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N. A. MORFORD,
Editoh axd Propp.iktor. Thursday. . ' October 11, ISS3 -r -. Kates f tnncriptton. Pally HeraU1, per week, 25c'ts Tilv Herald, sii months $. 5.00 Daily fiprald. one year,.,. . . . , 10 DO A'e'kly Herald, three months. 1.25 Weekv Herald, six months,.. 2.00 "Weekly Herald, one year, in ad- vanco, ..4.UD 8ama on time,. 5.00 A.M.Y it mt Omen Ton Advertising A5n Job Hates. TM patter on file t nil the Pnncinai I. O.Tfe;.tJ VercTT;rrt-!-i!ichange, is our Snecial tm Frin Cisco ssm. J H. Ba'es41 Pa k Rjw. will act as our rSei Yor Aent. . II ir. P. Fisher, 21 Merchant's Exctianfre, solicit business. pf Bon n itnthoHzerl to do bnines In anv way for thi paper vthoe nam- is foot here announced s our ageat. We natravetins anenrs Laxgtry is oa her return to Aiaer ica and once moTe the Jersey Lily !U rejoice the -heart of Freddie I Gebliard't while his coin la9ls. I Joaquin JIiixeb'b mother aged ! sixty years, "was recently married to a- young man aged 22. Harried the mother of gretnes3, this rash young man d:d. 4ib!ih tdday the official ce- Comptroller of of Phoe fation to begin business. Je postal note business just suits fjttery companies as they are Jnle to bearer' and their orders l:inr circulated to make remit 1 n'mps. Staff U to have a new paper Jllled The Aztec We nope the prictor has made his pile and Cv,t the paper for fun ; he will I 1 ksly to be disaopointed. i J THTLrnitrl States caes are to bp tried tried first we learn and we doubt whether room will be left for any thing more this term as the Yuma term will open on ths "22J iastant unless adjourned. jOtm hotels are crowded to their Dtjmst capacity and rooms are be icjg Eought eveiy where. The import ance of more ho' el accommodations beginning to show up in a mfin- fr'that wiU convince some man th money thrt it will pay to Invest :n V.i. hucinpca in Phoenix. II 11 ..41. . - i . ' . 1 " - - 1xr c rm-ccd yesterday with & tlendance and a number of Jiished attorntys from differ j'eu"i Kions of the Territ-.ry are Jpi-esrii ad more" are to come. The menibTrs of the Phoenix bar are all busy as bees well knowing the dis position of Judge Pinney to permit V10 dullying work. The term pro 'Vises to be long and lively. hot has got up a tun- ; but it is a peculiar s president does all k is frcsident. The .ockholders seem to which U it most The tunnel is 'usly, is of fair will ilct'bo'ficished "fthe. cnlTable Qualities in the ttockiiolcfcts have been worked out. Reports from Sonora announce he decline of yellow fever In Her- mosillo and Guaymas. If the truth is told there has-boen many burials V lore the u. fortunate subjects were per.-.ons employed in burying the dead aud peculiar cmoatose condi tion into which the patient falls be fore deiith." Ohio Gu'x-roa'toriaV efectlon lakes place today and in a meauure will be an indr-x of Hie changes in public sentiment ihat have taken place since last fall in that State. So far as we h ive been able to follow the fight iti' that State the indications are that a close vote will be polled I and whether Foraker comes out rends much upon how far jrGerman element ha--recoverediU um' III in i.llliiuj.,j JL msb jem He is llkey to in . The Citizen is advocating a sub merged dam on the Santa Cruz for 1. . . . c 1 : fciiC luipiBC IfL bCllillg MIC WOIVI fri.m flowing off through the sand, and cites the cae of a submerged 1 V 1 J dim on the Santa Ana in Los Anije KtS county, Cal , where sufficieLt wa ter has been preserved to irrigate a considerable-tract of country that foamei'Iy could not te" reached by water The Rio Siiinas in times when water is very scarce has a ha bit, at certaia points, ot traveling - beneath the surface. iNow if her nilprirn lif linahanded there will never bo want iu this valley ut any I time, and to do this a dam should - be put down lo bed rock at some " convenient point. We understand that the dam of the Arizona canal conpany will be put down to bed rock. If this be the ca6e a vas-t amount of water will be saved to the rslley which has heretofore found W thrnn-h thrv.'j"'' ! snadto! s.- ' - TTae laruowa ou VcetTT .. . . t sons or sm ,ii rain and excessive 5T face evaporation' .which occurs once perhapse in ten or twelve years, the the -surface flow disappears for a skort time, but there has never been a season that an abundance of water could net be found a few feet "below the surface a heavy body of water percolating through "the great gravel strata which underlies the entire soil Surface of the valley and which car ries" such a body of water that wells cannot be sunk through it on ac count of the flow. To be sure this body of water lies at varying dis tances from the surface, but the va riation 13 not great and the water strata is invariably found. There is an abundance of water.but the trou ble has been thai it is loo far below the Eurf .ce ' for grain, crops and young trees. The point is to secure the distribution of a portion of this water upou the surface and to do this c dam must touch bed rock at some convenient point where" the water will not escape into the sands on the sides of the river channel. Donald Kobb what a Scotchy name fur an Irishman ia out on a sort of Caesarian expedition against 'the Gauls. His glottes arc sung in something the"style of Caesar's glo ries, but there is a slight variation and the thing runs for Donald's somewhat as ft-llows: "I mbe l." He has seen 1 a taiK with him about the IridiauTi&nd the coal fields, apologizes very sincerely for his threat,-his avowed declara tion, never to let up on Teller and Wileox till he had pitched the lat ter into the disreputable sink oft official corruption and ' tumble the BeoretaTy of the Interior,- as- the walls' of Jerico were tumbled, by tooting his bora. Jlen of the great est prowess, the greatest power, are invariably those most distant from the point of danger, the point of ap plication. There never was a boy that did'nt whale-the stuffing out of his adversaiy in the absence of the latter maul the very ground with him, yanked him into smithereens. Yet when the adversary wa pesent the mind of that same boy had un dergone a very great change on the subject of extermination. So our friend Robb literally tore and swore while out here" by himself that the Jjut.ww -TepsrtmePt shou!J be "busted" so TOide open that t "ex terior" depirlncnt would liF.ve a chance to gtc! in its Has somewhere. Donald shtiiitdered"-hi-i' n-t an.'! went to vVa3hing'fi''fl came) he wormed his 'frSr yel'tr's i,ffi c, (I s;iw) be JLeSi hearing and was talked to, Tsjythouga hi- Dutch uncle had hiioc by the ' ear, till he came to thecooclusion he had made a vcry.'great ass of himself (I suc cumb) a'nu'be theiefcre apologized. There is now one thing more for the redoubtable highland laddie from Limerick to do come back to San Carlos and hug Indinn Agent Wills cox; indeed from his present status we don't see how he can omit this without wounding his self respect. Robb has discovered that his call ing Teller a thief don't make him a thief and yet Robb was supposed to be convinced that Teller -asd Will cox were aSi-ut to steal" the D er Creek coal fields; that Willcox was Teller's creature and was stealing from the Indians for the beueQt of Willcox and Teller; there was no end to corruption and devilment in the Interior" Department. -Ali,- Robb, our wits aft gang aglee. From Copp's Saltry List and Civil Service Law we gather the fol lowing interesting statistics relUin 1 to the salaries of public officials in the Territory. Governor $2,600 3,000 ; ,000 1,800 500 2.250 1,100 1,000 2,500 2,500 1,500 2.500 Chief Justice, 2 Associate Justices, -; Secretarj', Interpreter, (Translator) Collector of Internal Revenue 2 Deputy collectors, Deputy eollectiir. Surveyor Ueneral,' Chiel'clerk, Draftsman Spanish Translator, Mineral c!c k, Minora! Draftsman, Transcribing clerk, 2 Registers and Receivers of Land Offices, fees and Special Treasury Agent, p. d. Superiutenclent of Quartermas ter's Depnrniient Pack m ster, CirgadT, Quartermaster transportation agent Quartt rrnaster transportation agent 2 clerks in Quartermaster's 2.010 1,505 1,200 500 8.00 1.200 1,200 900 1,500 1,500 office, . 1,600 Clerk in Quartermaster's office 1,400 Clerk to Commisary (I CI Messenger to commissary 3 Paymaster's clerks. 6 acting assistant surgeons, 1,800 1.C00 900 1,200 1,200 COLCRADO RIVER INDIAN AGENCY. Agent, Clerk, Blacksmith, Interpreter, Teamster, School teacher, Matron, Cook, $1,500 1,000 900 300 300 900 720 COO MOQUia PUEBLO INDI AGENCY. A""nf, , $1,300 800 Teamster and farmer 700 Teamster, 700 PIVA AND MARICOAA INDIAN, AGENCY . Agent, $1,800 Physician, 1,200 Teacher, 900 Blacksmith, 1,000 Matron, 500 SAN CARLOS INDIAN AOKNCY. Agent, Physician Clerk, Chief Scout, Storekeeper, Head farmer' Blacksmith, Carpenter, Issue cTerk, School te.icher, 2 sehool teachers, Matron, SeamtresB, Assistant farmer, $2,000 1,200 1,20 1,000 900 900 ' 900 900 " 9D0 800 600 600 600 '720 POSTMASTIrtS. Pinal, " 543 Fli rence 886 Globe. Phoenix, Yum, 1,000 to 1,250 Tombstone, 1,275 rrescott, "'3100 Tucson, 2,600 TELEGRAPHIC SAN FRANCISCO. San Fbancisco, Oct. 9. The question of a World's Fair to be held here in 18S7 was mooted at a preliminary gathering of a few citis zens yesterdav. A meeting was called to be held in the Chamber of Commerce in a few days, when a sense of the community at large will be taken. The crew of the yellow fever steamer has been allowed to cime asbore. They were all provided with new suits of clothes and 'their old ones burned. ' Quarantine officer EIcAHister'will continue to detain the vessel in quarantine until it has been thoroughly fumigated, so that, as he states, when the Newborn goes back to Meric there will be no chance of the steamer being the means of carrying back the disease to these cities which have already been s severely scourged. The nurse Mrs. Ainslie, who Dr. Mc Allister says has done the part of a heroine, "was, with her two conval escing patients, removed to the barge provided for them. Information received here states that the Australian colonies have msued an order in council prohibit ing the importation of cattle, dead meats, eic.j from several countries, among which America is included. Mr. Creighton, agent of the New Zealand Government of this city, says it was adopted as a precaution ary measuje, but that will probably be modified by substituting a quar antine system. The order, if main tained, will prove a- serious embar rassment to the trade in blooded stock which is being developed bet ween New Zealand and Calif rni. Alexau ier Webb, treasurer of the national league of Dublin, has re turned $130,35 donated by the Hib ernia Brewery and Dr. - Gibbons of this city, for'the destitute families of the men executed lor the Phoenix murders. The treasurer write, say ing, "to give the money donated woald be construed as sympithrzing with the murderers and encouraging assassinations. Lake Tahoe forestry commission has resolved to ask the Central Pa cific railroad company to withhold from sale, until after the meeting of legislature, sections of railroad land on the California shore. The L ike Tahoe commission is anxious to preserve the forests as a place of at traction for tourists. THE' MORMONS . - Salt Lke, U. T., Oct. 8. The at tendance at the Mormon Conference to-day was much larger than yester day, fully 6,000 persons being in the Tabernacle. Th ; audience was ad dressed by Apostles Richard-", Car- rinsTton, Lyman and Cannon, all of whom impressed their hearers on the necessity of living up to their religion-; 'going Into polygamy and paying tithing. Apostle Cannon pre sented statistic of the Church, show- ing a membership in Utah of 137, 294; number of families, 32,000; I irths in past six months, 1 ,200 mal es and 1 100 females; number of children under 8 years, 37,0 0; nums ber of. marriages in six months, 330: new members, 23,040; deaths, 781 The Chureh organization embraees 12 apostles and 58 patriarchs, 2,885 "seventies," 3,153 high priests, 11, 000 elders, 1,500 bishops and 4,400 deacons. Arizona reports a' membership of 2,264. Idaho, not "reported, has double thst of - Arizona. - Eighty one missionaries were appoint, d to go on mission to Europe and the United States. Eighteen of tbi number were set for missions In the Southern States, where the t'hun-h is meeting considerable success 111 increasing its membership. Tii Southern converts are being colon ized in Colorado mainly. BE STICKS TO HIS WIFE. Chicago,1 Oct. 9. The Tribune says: It is now generally under stood in railroad Circles here that Ijhn V: Gault. who was recently ap pointed Commissioner of the Call tornia road, will not accept the posi tion. It was stated before that Gault would not accept thn position if he was required ta move to San Francisco, as hia wife's health does not permit her to reside in that place and he does not care to go there without her. ' Officers of the Central and Union Pacific roads, 11 is understood, insist that the com misMoner should have his head quarters at San Francisco. Names are already being canvassed for an other commissioner. C. C.Wheeler late General Manager of the Sauta Fe, is being mentioned and also E.' P. Ripley, General Fieight Agent, Burlington, E. P. Vining, Freight Traffic Manager of the Union Pacific. It is understood. however, that neither Repley nor Wheeler want the position, as they also do not want to move to San Francisco. Therefore it is quite 7 1 cincj MORE YELLONV FEVER. Jacksonville, Fla., October. -9 A Sumptervilje special says: There ' is unmistakable yellow fever at Ponsotfko, three miles from Sump terville; the man came from Mill view, near the Warrington navy yard. YELLOW FEVER IN ALABAMA. Montgomery; Oct. 9. Tour corn respondent w as informed to-night by the Montgomery quarantine officer, just from Brenton, that the malig nant fever there is nothing else but yellow fever and is spreading. He reports 17 cases and two deaths To day the railroad ' trains will pass Brenton without stopping. ' FROM G CAYMA3 . Guaymas, Oct- -7. Through the kindness of Don Manuel Bustaman te, I forward you the names of all foreigners ho have died here since Aug. :18;h. From him I also learn that the total number of deaths for the ssime date from fever at this place are oue hundred and forty five Thos McDonald,- Pectro Batilo.Chas Stewart, Kugene Brower, C U Rein harl, Fred Baalaz, J Martin, Antonio Perrelto. H R Hovey, J Richertson, Jacobi Jabeleti, J B Grandsello, Anto Dnchenf, John Parral, C H Gould, Chris N Cbcso, Mrs "Barrock, N Gardiner, J G Angelloto E Os borne, -Johnson, Chas Drt ffie, Ed Meieville, H Gilmouie, Tho Bur rows, M P Adams, T Sydom, Chas Riddel), Wm Pease, There is reason to believe that of these unfortunates who were sent 10 the Curl hospital and died no record was kept. At a called meeting of the Board of Health to-day, it was decided to de clare this port free from fever by the middle of next month, should the present immunities from fever and deaths continue. Thermometer has not reached above 88, the last day. To day one more death is re ported from Punta Arenas and none here nor at the s'ations above except Hermosillo, from which 'points all sorts of reports are now prevailing here, News from Lower Californra of a late date receiv. d here to day, tell of a new discovery in Lower California whih wilf be sent you -ns soon as they come on shore. At present the vessel awaits examination. Through the kindness of Consul A S Willard I was shown a letter to-day which was written Sept.'Boih at Puerto by W K Rogers cf the Topolovampo railroad company, from whicti the following extract is taken-"With the cxeption of Mr Bnri. who died, aH of the party have recovered and are at work in excel lent health." As a telegram from San Francisco anuounced the death of tvyo of the parly, this will serve to assure the company that all - are well. " NO BEIQN OF TERROR. ' ' Guaymas, Oct. 8 The telegrams of yesterday should convince the public that no reign '. f terror exists here, yet the statement of Don Ma nuel Vasqmz are so extraordinary that they require the faets as regards the spread-of the disease in the in terior. No reports received here by private or official circles confirms his his views as regards Guaymas, though we cannot say the .port is free of the disease yet, but few new cases are reported, and the most of them imported. To.-day our popul aiion is some three thousand, and not over two hundred sick of fever, as shown formerly. ' The total amount cf deaths will not, for the fifty odd day?, re eh over two bun dred. '' A northwest wiud is blowing to-day. and we hope soon to report the city free of fever. EXPLORERS RETURN ' San Francisco, Oct. 8. The schooner Leo, with Lieut. Ray and party on board, arrived here yester day from Point Barrow, Alarka. Ray had been tent by the govern ment to take meteological and-auro ra observations in order- to better determine the magnetism of the eaith. He reports having succesful ly taken many thousand observations during the two years he and his party have been north, trie import ance of which remain to be deter mined by the signal service bureau at Washington. In some explora tions made he discovered some riv ers not previously known of. Lieut. Fred chwartkn, who has been ex ploring the Yukon rivet, came down with the Raj party, having joined them at St. Michaels. Schwartka rtrtorts having ascended the Yukon a dktance of 1,800 further north than any previous explorer has gene. The result ot his trip will be made in the form of a report to the war department. Federrneyer and Cuerrerothe, two wheel barrow pilgrims, 6tarted out yesterday on their overland trip. A large crowd assembled to see them start. AGAINST SUTLER. Boston,' Oct. 8. The Herald says : "Secret meeting' of Boston Demos crats, opposed to Governor Butler, was held ori Friday evening and it is said that among the number pre - sent representing every ward in the city, vri re many democrats who voti d-for Butler last year. Measures will be taken to organize an inde pendent democratic movement in every ward and the support of the organization will be given to Robin son. At a meeting to be held Tues- ay next, when the organization of this new departure will be perfected leading greenback politicians will be present. THE NIHILISTS SENTENCK THE CZAR TO - DEATH. Berlin, Oct. 8. The Nord Deut sche Zeitung says that the Nihilists proclamations which have been iss sued so solemnly sentencing the Czar to death is because, he has fail ed to grant liberty to the people. Assassination of a united states consul. New York, Oct. 8. A cable dis patch to thr. World from London says the new from China ia of tho a uiod. 1 THE NEW YORK HERALE-.. j ATWASSATJ. t 3 New York, Oct. -4. The ijrald announced this morning that as soon as posefWi it "would have its own news i-tands in dircnt parts of the city at which the JferuCd aad other city newspapers would be v$old at piices. printed oa. them andy not prices in which retail dealers migM consider proper; advertisements for $500 men and women tosell tbeZTer aid appeared in the same issue. SENT TO JAIL. Benson, Oct. 5. N. W. Wheeler has been sent to the Tombstone jail for three months by Judge Muni ell foi stealing a pair of blankets. Benson is building up very rapid ly and business is lively. BCTLEK'S CAMPAIGN DOCUMENTS. Boston, Oct. 5. A novelty in the way -of campaign docuratjpts will be tcattersd broadcast by Butlar's man-, ager, headed "Regular Republican Ticket." It is printed in ballot form on material which is an imita tion of a human cuticle after tan ning and drcssihg, bearing the names for state officers and of gen tlemen prominent in the Tewsbury almshouse. BUSINESS MSN. New York, Oct. 5. The Cham ber of Commerce to-day, in view of recent failure in this city, resolved that a committee be appointed to prepare and submit to the Chamber, such amendments to existing laws which regulate as-inmenti In bank ruptcy as will prohibit any and' all preferences, and which will place all creditors upon the sime basis in the distribution -of assets. The Committee on Railways erdcrcd a report of what amendment of exist ing laws are necessary -to check the growing evil in stock watering, fourth term. Baltimore, Oct. 5. The democra tic mayoralty convention unanimous ly nominated Fe-rdiual C. Latrobe for the fourth term. still at it. New York, Oct 5. A meeting of the new-dealers tb-niglit with clossd doors.it is stated that the central council representing several -local union organizations. ' A committee will be -appointed to prepare an ad dress to the public so that the news dealer,' struggle may be properly prevented. 200,000 copies will be printed ; two lawyers at the Tombs police court to morrow, to look afs ter the interests of the newsdealers who may be arreste.l on -account of the Herald, It is reported that the Sun; Star anrJTritvune will not per mit their papers to be sold at the Herald stands. - The commissioner of public works of Brooklyn has stated that he will not permit the Heiald stands on the sidewalks. DIHECTORS INSPECTING. " Boston, Oct. 5. Fred . L. Amess, Ezra Baker and C. N. Adams, jr., directors of the Union Pacific rail road, left Boston yesteriay for a tour of inspection of- the road. .It is probable that the Oregon line, Utah & Northern and Utah Southern will be Inspected, the latter with the view to Its extension via Salt Lake & Western, Westward to San Francisco. RAILROAD ACCIDENT Philadelphia, Oct. 5. A train on the north branch of the north Pennsylvania brant-h of the Phila delphia and Reading railroad ran into a street car on the Union line at Susquehanna avenue and American street this morning. The car was demolished and all the passengers were more or less injured. Ten per. sons who were most severely injured were taken to the Episcopal hospital and two since have died. The driv er of the street car was inside at the time of the-accident. Those who have ' died are James i Ilammii and James Devine. Among the injured was a- woman named' Mary Sellers, who terribly - mangled. She was carried to the hospital in a bag. She aud several ' others are expected to die. ' THB RACE TRACK. A-Ibany, Y. Y., Oct. 5. At the races today Jay Eye See, in an at cmpt to b-at his record, trotted a mile in 2:17. HATURALIZINO a chinaman. Philadelphia, Oct. 5. Chong Kee, first American to be naturaliz ed in the court of common pleas has had his papers, approved by the udge today. ' SMUGGLING- CHINAMEN. San Francisco, Oct. 8 A Port Townsend (W. T.) Cail says: Cus tom Inspector Matheson captured the sloop Star, with eleven Chinese on board, hailing from British Cols tun bin. It is reported, that several boat leads passed up th3 sound latex ly. As showing the profit made in smuggling Chinese across, two long shoremen of Victoria claim to have cleared $900 last month. The Chi nese acknowledge paying $15 a head fot their passage. religious fight. Belfast, Oct. 8. xx Orange pro cession while returning from, a meetine here On Saturday at which Sir Stafford Northcote spoke, was attacked by a Catholic mob and a desperate fight ensued and many persons were wounded. A lady in the convent, the window of wh:ch was smashed by the Orangemen on Friday who wss ill at the time of the attack, has since died, owing to the shock caused by the affair. ATTEMPTED MURDER AT SILVER CITY. . San Francisco, Oct. 8. Gertru de Billings, the proprietress of a bagnio at Silver City, New Mexico, attempted this morning to kill WiN 11am, alias Billy O'Brien, son of a politician, and who claims to be a correspondent of the New York Police News. The woman says that O'Brien had visited her place several times and had proposed an infamous crime to hr, which so d Jn her breast that she resolv- to seek satisfaction . She was booked for assault to murder. When the case was called in court O'B.ian failed to appear. MADE POPULAR BY SHABBY TREAT MENT. Maorid, Oct. 3. The excitement of the Spanish people against France Increases. Democratic and Republican journals unite in advis ing moderation on the part cf the people. At the theater last even ing an aotress substituted a na tional air for some French couplets. The popularity of the royal family vastly increaied since the Paris pro-, ceedings. A DOUBLE -MURDER BY THROAT CUT TING. Tombstone, Oct. 4. A ghastly double tragedy occurred about 12 :30 p. m. resulting in the death of John Standiford Sand a Mexican woman of the town naincd Maria. Standiford cut her throat with a razor, and then cut his own throat with the same weapon. Both are dead. TOMBSTONE FIREMEN. Tombstone, Oct. 4. The election for chief engineer yesterday result ed in the choice of Ike Isaac3, he beating Dan McCann by six votes. The contest "was a hot one. but pas sed off quietly . " Isaacs is an old J member of the Virginia City De partment and well knov, n on the Coast. XT. S. Canrt Calen i'r. HON, A. C. BAKER, DEPUTY Vf S. DIS TRICT ATTORNEY . U S vs. Patrick "White selling liquor to Indians, for del U S vs C H Cushman continued from last term, Porter & Millay for def U S vs Samuel Pnrdy continue ! from ?Qt fprm fnr tif V S vs Librado Oroz Manor to Indians, -B H K def U 8 vs P C Sham liquor to Indians, Porte for def . U S vs Godfrey TriboK charged with conspiracy. Porter & Millay for def U S vs C B Tarbell charged with conspiracy, Porter & Millay for def .. U S v3 J CBurnett charged with conspiracy. Porter & Millay for def U S vs Jos Wilson giving liquor to Indians, Porter & Millay for def U S vs Manuel Gallardo selling liquor to Indians, for def U 3 vs Scott Rush charged with larceny of personal property. Territorial Twin. Sentinel Hon, Samuel Purdy went to Phots nix on Friday evening. Travel east over the Southern route is again on the increase . Two bars of bullion, valued at $3,100, came down from the Clip on last Tuesday. Mr. O. F. Town3ecd goes to Phoe nix next week to attend the ' United States Court. -4. Mr. J. M. Ruiz will remove all his store goods from Yuma to Phoenix, In which place he proposes going into business. , The goods saved from the fire were shipped on Fri day. . ' The board'of prison commission- ners met on Monday, with a full board in attendance. The regular quarterly business was transacted reports received and accounts audit ed. The board viewed aud received the ninth cell, which has been built under their administration. They approved the work of the builders and were pleased with the manages ment of the prison under Captain Ingalls. An order was made outhor iztng the appointment of three more guards at the prison, which was un doubtedly a wise move. Among the improvements started for nextjquart er the Board authorised the pur chase of a new boiler for ' the ma chinery in the blacksmith shop. Hose was ordered purchased as a safeguard against fire . A track will be laid for cars to handle dirt excav ated from the hill . The board fence around the grouuds will be removed and an adobe wall be put in its olace. The next three months will prolific of good results if. well ma naged. Miner -Sheriff Henklo left this morning ior Agua Fria Valley with a war rant for the arrest of D. P. Howell, charged with assault and battery on P H Trotter. Both the part ies bes long to a hay camp at that point. Stretchy Heliglon. An old couple, man and wife were along the wharves a dav or two ago, hunting for an up-shore boat, and the woman explained to a steamboat agent: "It's a very stormy season, and we expect to be seasick, and we druther go on a boat where, the captain is a religious man." "Well, that's all right," he replied. We've got one very religious cap tain on our line, and his boat sails tonight." "Can we go down and see him?" "Oh, yes. Keep right down the street until you see the boat." The couple walked on and finally bearded the steamer. The captain and all hands were busy with cargo but the old folks w alked up to him and the woman said. "Gaptain, you have been recom mended to us as a religious man." "The I iave!" he promptly growled They looked at each other with consternation depicted in their faces and then the old man said : "Capting what church ' do you belong to?" "See here!" roared the official, "if you've come to bleed me lor some charity, or want me lo sign a petition, or expeet this boat to carry a lot of dead-heads up the lake. I won't stand it. Wbat do you want! i 1 1 I I 1 y Out with it, now, and no infernal chawing around. I'm blanked if I ain't bothered by more dashed luna tics than any other blanked man on the dashed lakes. Ma-i and wife retired to consult, and after getting ten feet away the woman said : -"Henry, he's not a religious man.' "Well, I dunno." "But he swears like a virate." '.'Yes. Maria, but you see this Is out West- We don't swear and be long to the church too up in New Hampshire, but they may do differ ently out here. He swears, but he looks like a man to depend on in. a storm.'" "Shan't we look for another?" "I guess not, Maria. I guess the religions out here in Michigan are kind o stretchy, and they 'low swearing on steamboats and around the depots We'll go by this boat. and if he don't swear any harder than he did to us mebby Providence will let him squeeze throuzh on the up trip and sink him when he comes down!" Detroit Free Press. How the Tide of Battle Ebbs and Flows. Uvva givss 35,000 Repub lican Majority. Ohio may require 'an Official Dete mine Vote. Count .to ;lotVA- . DES KOINES. , Des Moises, Oct. 10. The Repub lican S ate Committee estimate their majorite on the stale ticket at from 33,000 to 36,000 on all eicept Judge Reed, and 3,000 majority for him; 40 to 45 Republican majority on int ballot in the legislature ; very e.on prohibition. Ues Moines. Ia.. Oct. 10 One inared and thirty-three pre.incts show a net republican loss of 1,055, and in 54 precincts Hayes wins by some 400 votes a'tead of his ticket. Taking thi-se figure for a basis, it is estimated that Sherman's plurality will not be less than 20,000 in the state ; Reed, for judge, will probably run 400 behind his ticket, owing to the feeling in some quarters on the question of .prohibition. There is no doubt but the legislature is strongly republican. The democra tic state committee have closed their quarters and zone home. They concede that the state and legisla ture will-be republican. DUBtTQUE IOWA. Dtjbuqcb, la-, Oct. 10. Dubuque city, 1,700 majority for Kinne, and the county will g've him . 3,500 ma jority ; all the democratic county ticket is electic by a majority equals ly as large; all advices received here up to 13 o'clock show large democratic gains. Dispatches re ceived at the republican headquart ers concede the- election of Wood (Dem.) to the legislature in Floyd county; of Gilliland (dem.) in Chick asaw; of Oaks (dem.) ia -Winnes--heick;.of Combs (dem.) in. Milling ton . onio. CIUCI3NATI. CrsciNXTi, Ohio, Oct. 10 Hon. Edgar M Johnson, Judge Hoadley's partner, claim he has private dis patches showing large democratic gains in . Lucas and Montgomery counties. He says the democrats also have the Legis'ature. Cincinati, Oct 10. Mr. Halstcad of the Commercial Gazette, says Foraker will hold a small . majority ard the republicans have the legis lature by close votes; give praise to he German republicans for faith fulness. Cincinnati; Oct, 10 . The Corns mercial Gazette in last edition this morning says the impression pre vails that Hoadley's Is elected gov ernor by five to eight thousand ma jority; full returns may give a dif terent result, but the outlook is fas vorable. CLEVELAND. Cleveland, O , Oct. 10. Returns come in slowly ; at 10 o'clock this morning with two wards to bear from the indications are that - Eoad ley carries this county by a small mnjoiiiy. Roe, republican for lieutenant governor, by about 20,000; Whitbeck, republican, county by 1,000 to 1,500. Cleveland, Oct.. 10.-r-Noon The result oi the election in the county is still indefinity. The official count may be required to decide some cases. The republicans probably elect one judge and perhaps three of six representatives. -TOLEDO. Toledo. Oct. 10. Owing to the great amount of scratching, the res turns cf the city and county, up to 1 a. mr, are meagre but show that the democrats will probably elect their entire county ticket bo a fair majors ity. The democrats here claim the state by 20,000 majority on the gov ernor, and nearly the same figures on the balance of thi state ticket. The republicans very generally con cede the loss of the state, but claim larger gains in certain localities. Hon F K Knapp, formerly speaks ers of the house; arrived to-day . .We understand that he is here in the in terest of the Southern Pacific rail road to confer with our merchants and leading business men regarding freight rates, etc. The accidental shooting of a boy named Alvino Lopez occurred yess erbay in Tucson. It was a ca6e of fooling with a gun. Mr. J. T Simms of Albuquerque, arrived yesterday, He is '.here for the purpose of securing a contraet on the Arizona casal . He has bean a contractor on the A. it P. road fend also on the Lordsbur and CliN ton. Eastern Hons CELEBRATED (9TOMACH In fever und in ue districts, in tropi cal and other reElon- visited by epidem ics, and i deed in a-11 localities whore th ndiiiniiB dtp niitavnrubie o health, this fimo'is vegetable invisrmrant Tid altera tive, Hosve;ters stomach Kilters. h been fonrid a potent Bfegufrd even to f-eule eonytitntione ar.d fratrile fra-ne. while a - -.0 rr, inflifriKtim- hillioUHTirsa and kin -rel complaints, it ie without a rival For ale by all DrugtriatB (and dealer generally. COMPLETE rLOUH MIL For T $675. Krench Burrs. Bolt.Smuttcra, Elevators Jtc Portakre Corn Mill and Corn Shellars For Farmer. Bond lor Pamphlet and Frice Lint. THE SIMPSON GAULT MFO . CO. Established 1844 , CINCINNATI SO. S054. Treasury Department. Office of Co stp rBOLLER OF THE CCIIRENCY, Washington, Sept. 21st. 1883. Whereas, by satisfactory evi dence presented to the undersigned it has been made to appear that "The First Natronal Bank of Phoe nix," in the town of Phoenix, ia the county of Maricopa and Territory of Arizona, has complied with all tLe provisions or the revisea statutes 01 the United States required to be compiled with before an association shall be authorized to commence the business of bunking, JVoto therefore I,- John- S. Lang worthy, acting Comptroller of the Currency, do hereby- certify that "The First National Bank of Phoe niT," in the town of Phoenix, in the county of Maricopa and Territory of Arizona, is authorized to commence the business of banking as provided in section,' fifty-one hundred and sixty-nine of the Revised Statutes of the United States. In testimony whereof wit I seal ness tnv hand and seal of office this 21sl day of September, 18S3. J. S. Lanoworthy, Acting Comptroller of the Currency The-Japanese. Carry their tooth -p'.icks in their back hair, and always use them a ter eat in r anything. They take care of their teeth, and the teeth take care of their stomachs. Use tooth- Dicks freely, clean with SOZO- DON T, and bad teeth and breaths will be scarce. By One of the Fools. "Why. pardon my remarking 't, but. my dear old friend, h"W chanced you are. I dec! ire, you mutt have lived very hii?h or very ftift to have driven the color out of your ha.ir and the spriug out of your step this fashion." Looking &t the ennset on the river from the grounds of his place np the Hudson, mv school chnn. woio is now one of the best mining experts in the coi:ntty, ans wered; '-It wasn't fas-t liviug that did It, but dyspepsia acd nervons ollapse. from over work. 1 ourht to have stopoed years before I did. I was a fool. But who Isn't, if yon come to lh .t. 'I ain't thirtv-flve years old," wrPes Mr. ChanltsH, Watte, of West Some, Put nam Co . N. Y., and had guiTered from dys pepsia for fisteeu years Went the round of the current remedies. falcly so called. Littles, and without hope I gave Park -'s To-tic a triul. The le-ult may be stated in three words: Tt carea me. I endorse now withou- he-itation. it is the dyspepaia'9 refuge," Mr. O. R. Oole.lmeeist. of Carl nel. N. Y.. certifies to the truth of air. Watt's s'atetr.ent Hiacox Co., propr'e'or, call especial attention to the tact that this preparation whieh ha been known as Parkkk's Gin okr Tonic. As unprincip ed dealers ere constantly deceiving their castoratws by Bul'stitnting inferior articles under the name ol singer, and as ginger is really an unimportant ingredient, we drop the mis leadintr wpr. Tnere is no charge, however, in the preparation, itt-clf, and all buttles remain ing in the hands of dealers, wrapped tinder ih" name or Pakker's OiNQBtt Tonic, conta u the genuine medicine If the fac sira'le ignatuie of Hiscot. & CO,, is at the bottom of the outside wrapper. M II ? FIRST California Lumber ttttasVaij his Cheap as the inferior Prescott lumber that is sold in this market. Although not Selling Ou M S H Q 19 L. -e--ow'""4' ' lSpJ &. X CD P -23 Bo 171 S Li. gn ' P tu2J l3 ' B . " tfle Garden City Dms: Storg Have just received, from the East ana uaiirornia, a complete, fresh and .warranted stock of Drugs and Chemicals of all kinds, Pal- ent Medicines, -Fine .find . perfine Toilet Articles, And - everythine in the -Dm line. WASHINGTON STREET; Three Doors East of the CourtHouse, PHOENIX, ARIZONA. S300OO FOR $2. 2nd! Renlar Monthly 1 raw er win taKe pl;iee in me Ma s-jiwc I ail, MkfOtiie Temple Buudmp. in Lot ixvil le Kr ., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25th, 1083. A. Lanfal I-octory and Kalr llrawlnxti Chartered by the i-eriiiarvre of Kf. and twice aec:area lesai oy me menest court in the State. Bon 1 ptven to Henry enni tv in 'he njm cf $!U0jUbO for the prompt pajuiuiii ui an prizes Bum. A Revolution In winjcle Slonber lrawliK8. fyErejy ticket holder hii own o- pcrvisor, an call out toe number on ni ucftet ana see Ida cor- reffpondirsr nnrnher oa .ibe tae placed in the wheel tn his presence. These arawmgs win occur on m iai 1 nnraaay of every mon tb. Read the onaguiflceut October tftrbeme. 1 Fiize ...30.oon 1 Prize... lO.uuo 1 Prize 5.0O" 5 Prizeg. 8'2v5itO eai:h 8.000 6 Prizes, 1 .100 ench 5,UX) 9 Pr'zes, 3 each, Anprxmtu 2.700 9 Prize, ' 200 e.-ch, ' 1.800 9 'Tiz B, UK) each. " KOO! 20 Fiizts, BOO each 10,OiXi JOv Prizes, lOOescli,. 10.000 -.00 Prizes, SO ea h 10 i.O' 5 Prizes, 20 each 10.0" looO Pr zi-s, 10 each, 10 GO"t " hol Tickets. ): HnTTIckol St , 547 Tickets SoO; 53 Ticket, lOO. Remit monev or Bank Tlrafl In Letr. on end hv Express. 10.T SEND BY Rtt4 GI5STJSKEU LETTER OR POST OT Fun Mlt:''KS, nntil further nSJ lice imiitKs or and npwqrdl oy tiprui.cin pe sent at. our ex yeuse. Aaaress an orders to . J. J. Douglas, Louisville, Kf t-tu thw. Est ray Notice. rpAKES np on my premises, on O-ete 1 ber lot, lHoS..two inares with ontjtal one nranai-n . ine otner without bia.,, or mark. Ow.-er can have -the a&ni b proving property, patag damage antli ensrees. W H. CALDEBWOOD Phoanix, Oct. ft, iSSS. Notice to Settle. ALL PERSONS Indebted to me whos bills wire contracted prior to the firs of Atifr. 1S83, are reoueared to call tt nH omce on or neiore tne nrstoiuct 1H83, an settle the same or 2 per cent per montll wiu b charged from that date. J.M. OKfiyOKV. 8ept-J0 td .Treasurer's Notice. "TOTICEIS PERKBY THATther. A i now id uit oinaintr r una or mane pa county the sum of three thousand an thirty.two ($3,032) dollars and that bin will btf received by the andLtrsioned uati Monday, tue mtaen aav or October, A. I lab.1 at 10 o clock a. m. ofsaiday, form renaeror county warrants on me oeneri Fund of saidconr ty to the amouutof f.3.0. under and according with the-paoviaion ofanactoithe Letrislatnreof the 'l.rri tory of Arizona entitlt d. An act to Froyid a Uiuktns Fund. for the payment of thi debt of Maricopa County and to repeat at act eubiueu, --n net to r acuic&ie inefpa raemni tne geot oi atincont liounty. ij pr..red Feb. 9, 1877,' approved March 7tti ItBI. No bid will be received lor more tha the pr value of the Warrants with Intent est-aaoe-i. nor miess the warrant pr P',sea to oe eurrenaerea accompany ini bid. Bids sh-mld be In the form of scale' proposals addressed to to the under-igae ti. F .KKMPKR. County Ti.aiur.r. Vandsver Bros. fOItW.lRDIXG .... AND .. - Commission Merchant.sJ MAKICOPA, A..T. Cabinet Saloon J. E. LOOSLET. Finest liquors in Arizonj Corner Washington and Center Sts. inor d CLASS can be found, ar'