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COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. Put Hi Led Every Evening Except Sunday. Thursday. Stpttmbtr SO. LOCAL LINES- IXAtV is having Uis istcrons fionils. vti.p filifiee jewelry at Clark' izraat nivrtmc.t of w seven mile cation we found a gAissy place and feeliug sleepy we ucsark died anil picketed our horse and rolled into Our blankets.' Ten min utes later any one passing on the road would have seen a grey blanket stretched Upon Ike ground with two old hHts sticking oat at one end and tw.i p.iir of boms at the olher. At d tylisht we s iddlcd up pushed on to Ch-.u ton's wheie we Lad breafe fast. There I left John and took the cross road to Cave C-'riek. This lies .locks at ( lark's jcivelery store. The French have purneJ the Arr: can city of Coug . Any one wishing n-c.-ly furnished rooms, cau get them at lUo Gvejrory House. i i Tn .1. French dinners coxra uy f""1" cooks at the B-nk. Escb.ai.ce ' tauraut J. C. ricriidm, of rrescott, and IT. B Havs, of Vulture, are stopping at the PhoDTiix. . , n t ;n r r . a Three nice r'jm- i ioi nig - building. Apply Cox : Campbell law office. . More money made by dealing at Irvine's Phoenix Clash Store, than anywhere else in Fiioc.ix. , Go to JR.ith:ock's to get your Pict ure taken ut the Phoenix News Pe rmit Konth kiile of Washington street opposite the Post OfBce. The Prince Kestaavant is always in the ieud and from 6 a. m. to J2 m they keep up a regular pic nif: on the pro iiisi s. Ton can gut a meal theie good eaougli for a camp meeting. Phoenix is having a regular build ing boom; there bjini; over thirty . t Louses iu course of erecij-m at the1 i present time. This speaks well for , the eify of Salt. an. I proves c -n -lu-eiveiy tlint thu small scare dtdu't Amount to much. Stnr. ratches and ! leHVUS Vif-eux at the summit of ina uivice ao mt two runes lrorn -'Ciothiug a:id strar goods selling ott AT COST at McXulty's for c.ish Gail and pries his g.io.ls and you will be convinced thai he n ans wiiat lies -ivs aai that you will get the goo Uf-jr cjsi. : The wlsiiom of S'me of the min iag department papers well shown l-y a recent no e in the Western Man v.facUrer, which foollly venmred the opinion that "tbe whole Ti rri'orv of Ar:zo,iawill not p;-oduce $5,009,000) wiviih of insot copper inthentxt! :tsn year?," when available statistics show that last year Arizona alone produced 17,000,000 pounds of cop per, worth 16 cents per pound, and this year the estimated output at the present low rates is valued at $5,520,000 Mining Rivieur. A Coloheo mini-ter named But ler dropped dead m his pulpit in Kansas City t:ie last Sunday. The g -a! railroad San Fi ncU o set for been postponed. powwow in to-day, has OcKvaliey must look Tor new and more eKtens-ive markets f:r our grain and other products, wlintavcr they irrjr be. Our supply has gone bey-i .onJ mere local trala. The Miner of ye terday spcra? to be in-! Tee J to lr-a; us m rs fair y and suaiest it is stims to rsnjove tho quarantine. Bro. C. W. Beach, according to tb.- Courier, had a ca.,e presented to i into a few evenings since. Phcesix Herald-. , I: whs a wagon spoke "wrapped up in paper, giver, by a row-ir.'l slip pin;; up behind. The spoke cost the Conor $7o. Miner. AvTTatxa to get intj public Tisti .ce. S;)mc men w uld ridi the ai? liladder of a nominal first commis sion to place themselves l2fore the -public t hrough the colcmas of news paper advertisement. FRO. VI THE VERDE TO CAVE nr- r-'i im I Irt t r-i viii-ka nil u iiuiiiu. By Gur traveling Corrasponigj? After leaving the haunted spring mentioned in my letter, I ret irned to Mullen's ranch on the Verde, fif teen mile distant. and there weighed anchor for Phcenix. John Mullen fic-jompanied me, ai ha "had some busine in Camp Creek, and we srartcd late iti the afternoon, reaeh ing Hsrilenburg's s me four miles down the river, before sun dowr. Here we took s-upper and s'.artei out by moonlight towaids Cump Creek. Crossing the rivtr we watered our horses and th."H com racneed mounting upward through the long sandy bed of the seven mile canon. As we jogged si'ently along 6C'irc:ly one word wsw exchangd between us and no sound broke the peifecl silence around us. The nar', row road white in the moo:ilight,the black bhrubbery oi ciiher and the dim mountains towe-ingfar above us to tbe righ and left seemed wierd and solemx, and more conducive to thought thin conversntion. Suldenly I heard tho deadly whirr of a rati I e pnake,an.l John's l.rsc b-Tuuded fo r ward aslf "struck." He wis struck ludeed, but only by the spurs, for Tohn Mulle:i, a thorough wood-man and ever on the alert, hd heard the rattle, and quick as thought had plunged the spurs into his horse's flanks and forced him out of danger He immediately dismounted, for he said he r.cver pissed a rattlesnake and le't it alive, and slr.rted back to VW it. Idld not fancy tackling" B i -ti an rnen yi'i l!io dnrk and re mained on my hor.-e. The snake Lad left the road and .taken refuse under the bnshps, where afrer ten minutes of a'tern.re conflict he was peisuaded t) "nhuffle off this mortal coil." Coming out at the head of the Clanlon's, nd branches .off to the west, following the bed of a tribu tary (julch to Cave Creek. The uis- tance is twelve miies to Woods si a lion, and after trvclina ni::e miles I followed a cow trail over the side of a ridge and d:;c vereJ a spring I was not the first discoverer, how ever, fur I found Mr. Hardy who formerly kept Cave Creek t-tation er.campi d here with his lamily He has built near by a Louse and corral. and has some cattle turd a band of i o.ses, also several very promiring n ins? i:i the neighborhood. lie has nami d his place Grap vine fprirg-. and it i-i known by that namc tirrniighout the Cave Creek country. ter:ng mv horse here I kept on towards my destination wniih Hardy told me was only three miles turtner. Just as I was becoming impatient at-ihe length of the road a t nt and then two boa t! houses come into view, a short distance ahead; and hi a few moments I wa- warmly wel comed by Sir. and Mrs. W. II, Thomas and invited to dismount aud partake of a dinner f venison which was al:e uiy sm iking on the table. I always have made it a point to Bed pt the situa'ion, and I did not bnak my rule in this in stance. During the meal I fou:;d I was in the can p of the Argonauts the searchers for the Colder; Fleece. Air. Mack, the Jason, was absent ou ii trip to the Eastern States but Mr. Thomas, the tiiorouh'y competent foremen of the mine, and the polite and i4)liging gentleman that he hai always been known to b , showed me, at my request, all tue works in and aruti-id this mine o: which 1 had he ird so much. The develop ments, at present consisting of a 8"'ift 65 feet iu depth and a tunnel 170 fett in length, are situated on the slope of a mountain five hundred i yards cast of thecimp, and hue 1,-iige-i they are attacking may be tracdall alojg the mountain si le, running in a southeas erly direction On reaching-and entering the tun nel 1 found that at. its further end it had penetrated six feet into the ledge, at a distance of 80 or 93 feet below the moutU of tbe shaft. Knocking off some quartz I brought : it out tpd ivlight and Mr. Thorn is Ipfr1 it 1 ri n lirtni ar.mn etmn-in me a beautiful array of '"colors" of gold. We then asccn led to the shaft and I obtained at the bottom another piic-j of quartz which-was 'spooned" with a similar result. The le Ige at the bottom of the shaft was 19 feet in width of splendid 1 looking quar z. I V- Thomas who is a very close i calculator o;i mineral bearir.g ores, i ... I estimates that this quartz carries jsi)out$35 in gold aud $13 in siver He also aseris that it can be taken out of the mine and put into the mil (provided the mill wa-t iu the imnie- d au- vicinity), for $3 pertnnnd milled for another $3 per ton; mak ing the total txpen e for handling and amalgamating $G per ton. in cluding wood wh.i -h is inexhaus'.ib'e and water, of which there is an abundance. Tnis being the case, the Golden Fierce is a birnanza indeed, and I am not afraid to predict th.at u-der the management of Mr. Mai k, who is about to put up as'aii,? mill on the ground, this mine will talic the lead in bringing to notice the hither to unnoticed mineral wealth of the CaveCierk mining district. TO-DAY'S OI3PACKES. THE BE:srJt FIRE. Bexsox, Sept. 19 A large Sre oc curred here last nigiit. Tfee cmse is unkaown. The loss Js nearly 40,0G0. All the block was burned opposite the depot. Sisson, Crocker & iCo., D. Jehns-m's Lv.-ry ttabh '.id house, Virginia hot 1, Een3on n ttl and all the ' saUous were burned. THE FIRE STFFERERS. Bexson. Sept. 19 The fire broke ut in the dwel.ing boose of F. Brandon about twelve o'clock. The cause suvpo cd to be inc-ndiary. It. coniinned burning until all the buildings from Sis-ii n, Crocker fc Co. were burned 8to;-ping at the Virginia hotel. The Inters are Sis son, Crocker & Co , $20 003,iu-:ured ; P. Johnson, livery and boanliuj hon.-e, loss $1,0Q0, insurance 800; Dyar, Finch & Baldwin, stock aim builiiing, $2,000, partly insured, Clark Brothers, fruit so;e, loss $1,500; Sam Stauton, saloon, $1,000; Frank Brnndou, saloon aud fixiure?, loss $2,000, not insur.-d; G. VV. Bryan saloon loss $1,503, insurance $50.0 Bob. Stewart, saloon, $G,000, la-red; D. H. Logan, hotel, $4,000, insur. d; Virginia Hou-e, lo s $6,000 insured for $2,400. Had there bi-en much wind &l of Uenson woald have been in ashes. Several thieves were given five minutes to leave town. All quiet. THE COXIUTlON OF AFFAIRS AT QUAY MAS . Gutmas, Sept. IS-General (Jar bo has taken the cond lion of our iu fected city in hand and has appoint ed Colonel Hernandez prefect in place of Mr. Si bur a who has made some very radical changes in the old system. First physician musl, utiles sick, a'tend all calls, second, none are to h.t rernoved for burial unlets pnraonneed dead by a medical m n n 1 tfisn to be kept at the dead house tlire hours before cnteiment; last, a thorough e'ea ting of theyardi, etc and fires lo be built every night to clear the atmosphere. Tho steamer Newbern cumo from quarantine last night and to-day is discharging its cargo. The Mercedes fi'ora Maza- tlau is sti 1 in quarantine which has cau-eJ considerable comment among people. In poitto sail to day Bar ques Montana nd Trace Shrts for Puuet Sou .d Only six deaths rs ported in the last twenty four hours ELEVEN HUNDRED SFIORT. Globe, A. T. Sept. 10. Positive information has been received here that the count on . Fri la;.-, the 14th 5 ist., at San Carlos was eleven hun dred short and unaccounted for. Our citizens seem to beiu accord in their denuncia ioa of military manages mint. STOpK AND FIRST MORTGAGE BOJTDS. New York, Sept. 19. At a meet ing of the stock holders of the Flo rida ship Can il and Transit Compa ny, resolved that the board of direct ors be authorized to mike a em'ract for the continuance of the Canal iiid issue stock and first mortgage bonds for that pu: pos ROW IN TtIS KEPCJJ1.ICAS CAMF,"" Nv.w York. Sept. 19. The ex ecutive committee of the Independ ent Republicans this evening adopt ed a resolution denouncing the pr claiuation f the machine organiza tion ; thijt its doors were open to all RepnbdCans; declaring the late pri maries were conducted according to the Usual machine methods, and that only five of eighty dele;atej elee'ed are independents, and con lu-le 1 l y stati ig, whils they are loyal itcpuu- licaiis iluy do not hold themselves bound to obey the Order of this gang of politicians. SHIPWRECKED. St. Jonxs, N. V., S.-pt. 19 The French schooner Mercury, which arrive I at St. Pierre last night from Grand Banks, pioiicd up on the 12tli two Newfoundland hshcrman, Walsh an I M it'hews, in a dory, having beeT a.'rift six di:ys without food or wior. i hey become cte. inous ami Wilnh opened liis veins and sucked blood to quench his terrible tnin-t. They were s helpless that they had t' be hoi.-ted aboard the Vessel with a rope. The Mercury also brought the cap'aiu and three of the crew wrecked on a Newfoun ilann bark, the MeJianna. They knew nothing o; the bala-i.'-'c of tue crew. TIIE GIIEELT RELIEF PABTT. WASUIN3TON, .cert. 19. The Powha'tan will be ordered to-morrow to leave St. Johns for New York an 1 bring with her the Greyly relief expedition party. BROTHERHOOD OK LOCOMGTIVE FIREIIEN. Den-ver, Sept 19 The tenth an nual convention of Brotherhood cf Locomotive Firemen of the United States and Canada 13 in session here. President Artrold, of Ooiumbns, Ohio, pres;red At the opening ex ercisi 8 speeches were made by Co! il tyuard, editor of tjie Indianapolis Sentinel. Conjressmin Belford, Ex Gov Rout!, S, M. Stevens and o'hers Henry Ward Beec'nei who is deliv ering a scries of lectures ln-.re, spoke en minutes. About IS J delegates are present representing the same number of lodges anil a membership "f 8,000. Executive session to-mcr-row. EicK," the facile correspondent of the Herald, who has been doing the Verdo couatiy, returned last evening, and Will again point his Faber oa' the histoiy of Maricoj a County. K.-member that tliefe Is no imita tion of the Hoddkb Patent Blot ter that is equal 10 the thing itseif, Ii. is furnished at the Hsrai.d office at prices that dify competition and got'eu up by oue of the best job printers in the Territory. Ex-Indian agent Tiffany is on trial In Tucson charged ivnh some sort of crookedness which at San Carlos. He is endeavoring to get. a trial but the TJ. S. District At ormy docs not appear t& ba ready for busi ness yet, The October n.irper's Magazine wi ! have a large number of interest ing ar'.icle am ng bii-h will be the "Gl jt-Grass Trolti-rs," "Last days of Wa-hingtoo's Army 11 Nf.v- burg," "S.mnterings in Utah" "The D. livering of Iudependencu" all by eminent writers. Tei-rUorini Twisa. Thomas Fitch will -arrive here from Denver this cveninir. lie I uomej to defend Mover and altend to one or two other cases. Scotty Rush "vas held over by the court commissioner IQ await the action of the grand jury uiid-r bonds ol 430J, for wunt of which he languishes. A letter received by Dr. Maboney this morning, from Pres. A. F. Mc DuUald, f Mesa C'ny, states that all the patients tln-le arj doing well, and tho e who have had lha varioloid are leaving the hospital. Mr. McDonald thinks that there will be Uo more new Cases; no t'uither exposure - be ing known of. Winslo. Arizona. AFTER VILLARD S SCALP. New York, Sept. 19. Wall Svet 11, a. m. Another attack was made oa Villard"s shares this morn ing; Union Pacific declining 39 preferred, to72g and Oregon Tians fer to 6t,53; either stocks not prefer red and remain strong; s"me show ing of advance over la.-t night's closing. IF THE i-REXCa EVACUATE TONQUIN. Loudon, Sept. 19. The Daily Tel egraph orre-p indent at paris states that China has proposed to accept tbe French protco orate in Annum on the coi d.lion that the French wacui'e Tonquin. WHAT BUTLER HAS TO SAY. Boston-, Sept 19. Tbe following is f.n interview 1 ad with Ceni-ril Butler, to-night ; Rjporlc-r '-Governor Butler, 1 se3 it npp- ars that Henry L Pierce lias written a letter of withdrawal from the Oinvass." jGem ral B itlcr said, "Yes I see, but news papers lie, so I can't place -iny dependence uimn what thev sav. Do you really tuk" it to be a with drawal?" Reporter -'Yes, sir, I am sure of iti have you any thing to say about it ?" Gov. But'cr "Yi s all I have to say is to repent an old cou piet. "Three cheer for the head al ready; Hurrah for the uext to die." From Weclnes-lay's Daily. The calendar of the coming teiui of court will be the largest and most important lite county has ve-r had. A rifie team of twelve shooters from this department will shortly lave f or Sau Francisco to take part iu the military riflj contest. More men for breakfast ut Lords burg. A p iper run at. that place ought to be printe I ia lei inn and have a black border. The Hon. Pat. Hamilton has fin ished his work on the manuscript copy of the "Resources of Arizona," i.nd leuves to-morrow for San Fiauciscoto attend to its pubiica lion. Justice Eicbard last evening held G. W. Webb, Sr.,G. W. Webb, Jr., Geo. Clerelaud and Mr. iard 10 await the ac ion of the grand jurv; G. V. Webb, Sr.. under bonds of $1,000, and the other three under bonds of $500 each . now are yer! I r. c on nbw 3tranger You ain't struck this trail before. No! Thougnt not! Well that aiu't cur'ou; Yer see we're right at the fore. "Ou the borders o' civilization, As the newspaper toilers say. This town was only chisteued last week, Just nine days old to-day. "A pretty hc-althy infant? Well now you're shoutin' bosa. That till, swarth feller over there, A leaoiti' gin his horse, "The boys ca!l Biack Snake Charley. He's tiie leader o this 'ere gang, And the mau that shouts without reason, By the Lord he's got to bang! 'Don't mind poppin' when there's a reason, Enjoy it myself if the'rse cause. But the cuss that pulls out o' reason Goes dead again cur laws. "Had a mau for breaUfast" this moriiin'.. One o' these s'y galoot?, I hat .1 rUs on a pai d wituout a warn'o', WesetVed him up cold in his boots "Women 1 .Well, not none to speak on, This ramp ain't no ptace for 'era yet. We'll get round to petticoats.maybe; But there's mishty few now you . can bet;. "Enjoy ' it? Well, bow hear ma -shoutin, If a gal should come in on that train, Why.the boys would go mad as Jutie hornets. No ! I reckon they wouldn't com plain ! 'But aiu't slicked Hp yet enough, ffranger, -Just give this 'ere camp a chance, Yer see we're a long way from Bos ton, And mostly forgot how to dance. "Laws vis? Well not much to speak of. Y'er see we run the, camp our way, More nghtiu' tiiau prayin ', as yet.sir Don't think ' you'll stop over. Good-day I"-. Ex. 2pitaph. The Arizona Copper com pan v 'at Clf.'ton have commenced the erection of five new furnaces and concentra tion works. , A new water power is to be constructed. The water will be taken out of the San Francisco iu a tlu me 4 by 7J feet ij dimensions and 4,000 feet long. It is expected to have the new wp;k iu operation about the first of next March, when the output of copper will surprise the country. 7iJerprise.3 At the time Len Red field was hanged he was negotiating With the stage company for a settlement. ILe was to pay $400 for the three stage horses killed and $3,000 dama ge. I lie papers had not ueeu aravn up and signed, b-t the terms of the settlement had been agreed upon. Dan sbou 'd have posted the boys be fore the hanging and they raigh. have given ltedfield time to fix up the papers. A private correspodent, from Wil cox, informs us that the rustlers of the Sulphur Springs valley and vici nity, are o;enly asserting- hat they will avenge the death of Tuttle and Redfield and make some of the citi zens of Florence "idle the dust." We would say to this gentry, by way of frieniby warning, that the citizens of Fiorenca are thoroughly organ ized for self-protection, not only against stage robbers and murderers, but every other class of criurnais who may lift a hand aga'.n-t eit. er the lives or the pr perty of our peo ple. Oue hundred well armed men can be placed in the field here, u short notice, and should they ever be called out by any act of violcr.ee on the part of the rustlers, it v. ill lie a dark day for the latter crowd. If a single citizen s-hould be harmed, a War of extermination will be prompt ly c .ii;mecced ag..inst the rustlers and pro-scented to the bitter end-. The time has gone by when the cri minal element could run this Terri tory and sho l dowu peace-able and lrtwubiding citizens with impunity .ind the sooner the former ciuss ree ognizc this truth . the less trouble will they experience in guarding, their necks a un-d halters and their J carcasses against bullets. Oar ci t- zens are ia no mood to be trifled with; they have formed a determina tion to keep order, and make life and property senile without appeal ing to the courts for their uucer'ai 11 protection. Globe and other lowus have tent word that they will stand by the citizens committee here asd furnish a hua Ire i recruits, if neces sary. Jhterprisi. CitUiri Los Angeles is b lasting of a 104 pounj water melon. The graders of the Narrow guagc railroad are working in town. General Sherman has returned East by the'Alamio and Pacific rails road, " - Some two months since an unoffi cial but undenied rumor was circuls ated to the effect that a change in the head of the firm of VV. B. Hoop er &Cc, in this city, was con' ems plated, an;l that Mc.Jt.-bn Cnrr, who for the past seveial y-esrs had direct ed its affairs, was to give place to rMr' S. H. Holma'p, a gentleman well known Ju San Francisco as a shrewd a; d capible manager of mercantile industties. Rumor developed into fae. Mr. Holuian, on hU arrival, immediately look chirge.anu at Oi ce made nettled hanges in conformity with his ideas of bus'.ness and the rhtp depression in trade. He, how ever, wisely retained the same able corps of assistants as employed by Mr. Carr, among whom may espt-s cially be mentioned T. P. Patterson, (eveiybncly in southern A'izona knows Tom Patterson), E. T. Taylor J. G. Ililsinge-r and H. Patemau. With the new order of things carao a revival in liusiness, aud tue house is said to have a belter stand ing in this Ten itory than ever be fore, however well and favorably it may have D'jen Known. 1 lie urancu houses in Phoenix, Guavmas, Her mosillo, El Paso and Chihuahua aie also said to be in a most flourishing condition . Citizen. The branch of the above named firm in th's city is regarded s one of the most substantial and enter Diisiug houses among us. - -s"- i TIIE 'GREAT ESTABLISHED 1852 I0QPER &- CO., "DuALERS IN cedes, Wines,- Liquors Oigarc, Oils and aiming Supplies, Val Blata Milwaukee Beer Dr. Siegert's Angostura Bitters Damiana Bitters Macoudray ci; Co's Louis lioeuercr Champagne Haras1 by & Co's Eclipse and Grand P. i'ze Champagne California Star Oil Works Company SOLE AGENTS FOR J. A. Miller's Chicken CoeS Wlsieky Two St-ijnps, nfl ages Old Kentucky Log Cabin Whisky Coronet. Whisky VigoritPowdw Corripany Proctor & Gau.'iiJe's C.-mdes Buy View D;stiiic.y;of Sua Francisco PRE-COTT, FT-lOEfM'IX, TO rr.3 STOVE FBEDEBIOK & HILL Wholesale and Pctail X)e;aler in Incoavenieut for ii-;nlier; The VYells, Fargo & Co.' agent nt Benson, died yesterday of Guaymas fever. From Tuesday's Daily. "Crawfishing" is an elegant past lime when it fails to be a regular employment. Our one small pox patient ii get ting well rapidly and no new cases probable. Mr. Frank Kirkland arrived today from Vulture, and will locate in town for a time. Tucson had a considerably fire on Sunday evening which seriously damaged Watson's drug store, Al lison's grocery store, and SchuaY-ld'b shoe-store, From Monday's Daily. J Mr. Warren Webb under bonds for an nss uiit on J. R. Hall failed to put in an pp--arance on Saturday and his bonds cf $503 were forf. ited i to cay the exan-in.-lio 1 of Mr. G. VV. Webb for saue olfensa is taking place. O!sson and B-ix have the best mu sio in town Ju f now by the ni rival of four German musicians just from the Fatiiei lan'l. The gentlemen named are excellent ontcrtaim-is and always furnish the best of every thing and especially of music, .Go and listen lo the mudc. Within the past few days Mtssrs. L. C. Perkins, El Paso, Texas; W. J Corry, California; H. Clayton, Dela ware; 1'. Kieaton, Maryland; and G.G. Livericoore, R . Joseph, .Vlo., have been in our valley "taking a look at the covntry." John Wanaraaker, the Phi'adels pliia dry good. king. s,tnk $2:10,000 in advertising lyst year, but succeed ed in gathering a crop of p olits valued at $I.C50,00i) and expresses hims If well sdisSed with the in vestment. Ex. We, the undersigned, issue the fol lowing challenge: We propose to shave, individually or collectively, against any b.rbers in the U. S., for $1,000 a sid.-; the men to be shaven on velocipede revolving at 40 miles an hour, or on horseback at full gal lop; $500 are deposited as forfeit at F rringtot- & Wright. t'ciUMAXEit's Barber Shop. Two of the rustlers who attacked a stage load of Chinamen in Gruh-m county, a short time since have giv en themselves up. It is thought they feareil that they were to be giv en away by comrades for tho $1200 reward. Genehai, Debidwt, Lo?s of Ars petite, Indigestion, and all Kisorr1. t-rs of ihe Stcmach are cured by the regular use o" Dr. Henley's celebra ted Gr-gon Vild Grape Boot I XL BITTERS. Sold by all Druggists aud wholesale lipuor houses. Try them Jw Hon. P. J. Bolan is recovering from a sick spell at St. Johus, Apa che county Star JENfcemizeri's tiibe of Apaches, which numbers seventy members, is cultivating th-ee miles of ling along the San Pedro river. They have 00 cows and considerable of either stock I'he tribe has been sell-supporting for the last four years, during which time they have not received and ra tions or subsidy from the govern men. This isanother illustration of what ean be done with the Indian if the proper effort is made. Thirteen velars ago E iomiz j:j an! his tribe were aiming thu fiercest Apaches in Arizona. Psesrctt Papers The AibiiejUL-ique Journal threat ens lo publi-h a "black list'' cf par lies who are indebted to it, and whosj bit's dani-.ot be collide oiiouta an tne territorial pant is follow thi s example, thero will be lively limes aud some interesting reading. P. J. McCormic.k was in Prescolt Ibis morning and informed us that work would not be suspended on the branch AVcdnesday, for which the Miner is clad. Mr. McCormick purchased one thousand pounds of barley for kis grading c imp. L'ourier. Major Ingal s, formerly of the A. P. railroad, is confiued to his home Sy sickness. S. C . Jliller informs us that there is plenty of freight at Ash Fork. Teams are wanted to haul it. In the land office, yesterdav, Jacob L. Miller, a peonecr of 183:5, sprov ed up 0:1 a piece of lan'l. That other oil nioncer, Julius Sanders who is over 83 years of age, waa oue of Air Miller's witnesses. Gov. Tritle, J V. Cok-niau and othergenlk-m n haveg me to inspect mines, furnace, e'.c, belonging to the United Verde Company. The co d weather causes people to come to town, the consequence of which movement is observed iu busi ness circles. Miner- Messrs Merrington and Clark, out on Groom creek are fixing up their orenii-ses ami intend to operate their line reduction works very soon. In .this vicinity of the mill there are se veral fine mines being opened. Mr. Murphy, who ii sune-rintend ing the cons ruction of a large ditch on the north side of S ill river, pur chased a d iy or two since from the Messrs . Mclona;d twenty nine mules which are to be put at work ou the above mentioned ditch. Journal Judge McGrtw this morning sen tenced W. C. Foster to pay a fine of 675, committing assault and battery oa Mr. Beach, of tlie Miner. Texas SiHugs ' Wheie cau I buy a pair of cuffs?" iur;uired a late riser of ail Austin hotel propt ielor ooe Sunday morn ing. "Don't believe you can any where," replii d the hotel man; "clothing stores are nil closed up until 4 o'clock in tbe even.ng." rtWcll, where can J get a cocktai ? I am as diy as a piiS br.ll.1' "Can't; saloons are clo-ed up until after 4 o'clock. "T suppose I can get a ginss of sweet cider at some cornet grocery, can't I?" "ZSot much: gro ceries are all closed up until after 4 o'clock." 'Are eh? Then I guess I'll h ave to go down to tone drug si ore and get a ghis-s of plain soda.' "Can't do that, cither. Drug s'.or.-s are not allowed to sell scda until after 4 o'clock." The mau moved mournfully over to the water cooler and had about haJf Sited a tumbler when a policeman in front of the hotel commenced shooting at a s-u- ptcions looking uog. ilio uo.ci guest dropped the glass, jumped about fourteen feet, and, running be hind the oilice itesk, shouted: "Don't shoot again, Cap! I won't touch a drop of your ci d old ice water until after 4 o'clock ! If you think it's tooVich for my bl od I'll prac ticc self denial and spit coilon till sundown." EBMAMieiefly j Tinware, Granite aM Agate Ironware FOR I w ! I gl s? ' 1 m i Keuralcia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Back ache, Soreness of the Chest, Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throflt, Swellings aud Sprains, Burns and Soaids, General Bodily Pains. Tooth, Ear and Head ache, Fro-led Feet and Lars-, aud all other Pains and Aches. JNo preparation on earth equals S Jacobs Oil as ii safe, sure, simple ami cheap external remedy. A trial ennuis out lue comparatively inning outlay ot ;t) rents, and even- one suf seritig with pain can have cheap aud positive prool ot its claims. Directions in Eleven Languages SOLD BY ALL DKLGGISTS AKD DEALERS IN MEDICINE. A-Vosefer & Co Baltimore Pumps, pipe Fitting, and windmills a speciality, agent for Altliouse Windmill. Job Work and Repairing Promptly Done EAST WASHINGTON STREET, NE3.PV TIF. PHOENIX HOTEL. nippiffiiii! PE.lLEr.S IX GENEltAL ! Tlie Tlirice-Arnied Panoply of Ten til. The success of ' merit when once recognized as a success invari ibly excites detiaction and estimulatcs envy, htitred, malice and all um-har-itablcness. No man or enterprise is worthy of regard whoso reputation has not been some lime assailed- 1 the baflied rase of some disapp ed one, whose ai'.em;t to oeirau defame or destroy a righteous cau-e has been defeited after detection. The panoply of truth , honesty and fair dealing !o all has caused The Louisiana Sta e Lottery ic be invincible to any attack upon tlie i nt gri'y of the management of its distributions by Gen. G. T. Eeaura gard, of La , and J ubal A, E irly, of Va., and while here and there, some disappointed one may grumble, pub lic opinion is unanimous that everys th'ng is straight and square. The next drawing, (the lGlst monthly) will take place on Oct. fl.li, and any information desired wi'l be given on application to M. A. Dauphin, New PnCCNIX, ARIZONA, A LAKOli STOCK OF 9 if- R miners iWATS ON TIAXD, Including Powder,Fuse,Drillc, Picks Ore-Sacks, Etc. A FULL LINE OF Family Groceries, Etc Hav and Grairs BOUGHT AND SOLD. mai's(k.'ti.i 1" 1 PS S 30.000 FOR S2. Orleans, La, .Sept IQ sSc ,20. Kesnlar SSonrhly llrawlrg ail. Mo ii- T npic Ba.Uiug, in I.01 isvilitf Kv,, TKU.S33AY, SE.TmBcR 27, 1S83 .V LafUt r-ottpry and Fair "ii'ir4erc(l ry the Lt?ijisIarT:re nf Kv. nnrt Twice di-elurud iee-al by tho highest court i'i th ciaio. Hon I irivuu to lleiiry c,)U--ty in h nn'ra of $103 00 for tLe pioippt pay ment of all I'Vizes eold . A. Ifevolutinn In wi?le A'nnber ZEvcy ticket lio di-r hi? own us p u-vistor, mi call out thii uumber oa hi- ticket ad see th. ct- i C";;oiiuit'g lirmbcr or the tu pljiocd in tbe w heel in tiis pretence. Tli'jse ci'-awiug-s Will rccu- on th'i lftt TrrcJay of every month. Head the- iiiaguifieciit DURHAM ana JERSEY CATTLE! FANCY POULTRY, AND 4 "T," Berkshire and Polancs-oninia figs I liave some Fine, Young Short-Horn cr Duiliaia Bulls for Sale. 2rCifculars and Price List sent on application. Address WILLIAM NILE 3, L03 Angeles, Cal. GOLDBERG, At the o!d stn.-id. nest door to tho Bank Exchange Hotel, nib i:h rami i Mm, i mm Of tiie Best Quality, Familv -Supplies R.1ade a Specialty. Also a well -selected stoclc of Dry Goods, Boots nd Shoes, Hats, Furnishing Goods, ttc. Uoods -Ueiivured r ree of Charge. GUSS ELLI ill H I p.p riCCOU ecis re nf oi Kemoval. 1 Isfl Domestic G ilclriiaii's. For a good una Ditlcrs . sewing mccliiucs a! ajpctite drinx Dami- ITarvc-sting machinery of all kinds at Goldman's. Call for Beer Dpot. Boca Peer at the Boca A carload of tl.,e noted Studclaler wagons at Goldman's. A positive cure for dyspepsia Damiana Bjt.lers. For lieallli, strength and vigor, drink DuinKaua Bitters. 1 Tiize. $.-5.).f.ili) 1 Prize KI.(KK) 1 Piio 5.1)00 -2 I'riiti, g-?.SP! .a..-h. S.'.CO 5 frizes, l.i Oil each B.0C0 9 Hr zes, 3 0 t-ncii, Apprxuitn 2.V00 !iP:i'f9, 200 e oh, l.SM 9 'riz s, li U each. " 9K) 21 Pi U s, 50) Kicll 1.1.WXI 1WI friz-:, UOemli li .M Ik) Pr.z-.-8, c Ii, 10 . I 5' 0 pnz -p. 0 i ac'n, in.o t. ltoOPrz.s, 10 e:sc!i 10 000 Damiana. Bitters regulate stomach and is the best loui( tha Damiaxa rr:akes the old voting and the weak strong and heali.!:;.-. A'l wine merchants, druggi erocers sell D uniaua Bitters. its cad Votj wir.T. never have n. sour ston aeh3 if you drink Damiana Bitters. The tr. io:i of is: have lar: le of r.u merits ;o sales itole is the crltr-r-Damiaua BiltLis Final iati ly iield a citizens meet ing and appointed a committee to 'orate ft pest house ar-d gather in the coin and then concluded to ap point a commuted to find out whe ther tiicy had the small pox ia town 10 not. Fos Banquets, Dinners and Pabtiks, use J&clipee Extra Zry, it is equal to any and superior to most imp-jried brands, anil the omy nat ural California Champagne in the market. Iw " tinl:-Ticket. : ISn-f Ti k'-ls. 1 , 5i7 Ticlits SoO: 55 Tickets, Tt -mit money or Bank Draft 1r Lp-tr. or nml Ii- Fxii;-e. MOV'I' sEVli BYB ilSlEKEl l.tTTER Oil I OS t OK- V Oa Oil US, until further no tice OHOER.3 cf and upward by fsp-fS- c-.n be sent ut our ex yense. Aililrt-e!s i-.H o d.-rs in J. J. Douglass Ltinisville, Ky St-tU-ttiW. Tellis it Very M vords if I enn a ijcok if us ;ics llcrSnect (Siiiife ISauft 3fe Still I liacl not seen h;r for twem y ye: r-. Now Ile was a welNproscrvcd mat ron wiih the SJinio s.vrrt pniilo on her fnoe, n. d a stt of spiced d teeth :hanks to SOZODONT. Her daugh ters cin her blessed because the brought them up properly. Notice to Settle. ALT, PERSON" indfibtei to me whose bilTe wi re c miracd trior to the flraf of A.-ir. 1K5 siern B en in qi i t my office on or beion ths tiro t of Oct 1SSS, and settle tbe sanii or 2 per cnt per monlb. will ba chai'jf ti from that date. "111 teM ir, .ir, in fav 'Viit i l:e story tvcu d CIl was done to it,,? ;u cly, MicbaeT, but mt it shri tbis time sos I chu squeeze it into a pag o lcr Mn .T-e. Pir Hioti, and iJiotc i'G ti.o iKands of pe -pin hvre i.i i;i!nrinp!on n . Y , y,rho ill tt-sii'v vo the'-n.th ct what I sav y na nc is AiicntH Gullfoyle. I am sov nty.loiir year!- o f . For nU-nu rine yar I v.-ai-t-hut ot lroin Av .'!d bv rhci miti-ra. I iind ppil lod &m:ill v ares in t;.ij c:tv lr y :.i'3, htuI hr.il i tVop iU;o irtitTK-T- At tt p. t"t:-r of iiaios I cr.uid oniy h:i.ble miscub.y ahc-u; with my earn I v.sa nearly flfuvie wuii piiin aitCt waku.'-s- uii lay IinhtiM w er : r.s-c'.css lo l:;b r witli. I v.a- bur ihe wrocls of a ffi-ce htrojii." Tn.tii. P.'onr; fifthe IllL.'!ici'i-is tih- all' si von f-.T rlis'.nria.is oi i mo the- le;t yond. sir. My ld fiifiicis and cu-tow or 9 fjjr.M.t me, .is tU;n;fr-ri I v as ander pa uad "Wiii; thfj end of my ncoc and lips of ta .: toes Tun.e i tc the recta o'':h" daisies.1 V v liav trglit" wer- (JoK f '1 and I'flin ful. J had no b-.po except in duili That i-' Gad's iiath, and Mr jMot-iur here kuowb it. T can't tc";I yon how. Vu PAHicer.'s Ton to enre d nv. Tfca: tti!'e ears ai;;. I n as iivc'y as a crirkt-t now, sit-, and to i.bo'U mv u-invFs eve y d.iy,rain or shine Vt,u unv tvt i th;3 toyll'tiic "world and ru ft r ihyiioubt'tis to me.' This prepitrtUi n, wi:i h "ir.s been kr.ow:i :ih Iter' diineri-r 'oiii?, vri 1 lo calle i tl'nply Ia Iters 'Von e. Tbia cha'igejs m:ifle fo.- uvo roa-or;.-: first, be CHt!H i:Xns:r ie nu Tinimp riinic flioti"f7 i --d ciir, a-:d secon My. t,e;an- np'in ci l'd d ? 1 ;rs deceive tti. ir Ciss-t 'ni -mv b ' p- b-t'tti- inf -iior prc3araf-ioua nutienhe ! iiar-io of jriupc'-r . 1 There no chnng(. howfvpr, in Tho rrep-i atiun i s..t, and all bot 1: s rt-main- j I ti lt m iii3 lied Js of deal s wiun ce under i I ii. : nnmi nf t'.t k fir's liiM'ftr'l1! ii '. t. I 11 ta ns hf erenuin- ntedicim- if ihe f.ic Jin- ! dotr. le si emit are of Kiscox A. "o is ac the b t om of tlij oinsld-j wr;.pi-er, iillipllirill E ARE JOST m RECEIPT Of a car load of Buckeye Mow- ers, Taylor Bulky Bakes Which isrefoeins: Sold Very Low. Farmers would do Well to call and examine. "We aie also in receipt of a car load of the Celelnated Studebaker Farm and Spring The largest and most complete stock of General Merchandise ever brought to this Valley now en route from the Eastern markets, all to be sold - Extremely Low oult sroccLs- Anheuser Beer, Buckeye If owers, Studebaker Wagons. Taylor Sulky Hakes, Glidden's Fence Wire, Domestic Sewing Machines i Cull s FOR Cstray fiotice. Taken up at my rancli on N". E. y ceo. 20, T. IN., R. 2 E., Maric pu cmoly about six miles southeast of the city of Pnoc-nix, about eighty head of hois, marked with various ar marks. The oivacr cau liavo (he same by proving -properly ami pay- Mouse t o Rent. n;.on s'ro:-. F no v-ird. ir ioa s'?ii(3 i.i t w.'ii . w u r at tu- bark It-rms ra-.n;it lc. Inn'.A v a: h.'. iJliQKIX UuK.'.Ljj oiiica. scp-tl' IT mmm JF It IV AK DIU .... AND ... Ccm.'ulssisn lilerchsnis, SIAKICOPA, A.T. tSotics to Cr5ti:t3re. All person sinrlebted to me are requested to settle at once, to enable me to meet any obligation. All accounts not paid by the 1st of October will be giv en into the hands of my attorneys for collection. C. A. LUKE. . ' H. L. Si.ossEK.