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fKI'Oi:l. - Kilitor.
- Pcormiirr O. lH:t
A at hand.
:e is to have new
of all kinds at the
-.tts are showing up
- I-. VI una i . i . .1. vi
i to eastern states.
U r sails uround SO
A l,Aa riilnmn,
Not bad for the
i3 plentiful as
.st night ,
has been in
or three dnys
aud wife of
in town yes
n some days.
r boys and
of the train
r but a few
tie Baptist dinnor
11 by Mrs. L. L.
! ion by the beau-
It wa decorat.
ind blue frostiDg
occupy the store
by M. Jacobs &
d T. Olsson yf!11
business iulo the
1 iy Littmiin.
j property is es-
jTTTii; amount or moni
$151822 ; county script
cenjt on the dollar.
e waife arrested for dis
ace yes'erday on cora-
paman wnom ue toon
i City Recorder Knapp
i and was discharged.
tic Sheriff has been
fctit, and there is great
grand old party of the
Republican wants to be
fa Democrat .
Inrietta Lenox U s.vrt to
7,00),000; Miss. Catherine
V, Mrs. A. T. Stewart
all lire in New
ne to get along
,& sbftrp has been
iX ' T 1
, their ba.-ks up.
k desist, throueh
.omise of warm
e late T. C. Web-
00 TrHin the - Loco-
r's Brotherhood Mu-
arance Association .
a made out yeslei-
trith, the secretary
pr Tucson division,
's best known bon-
tc purchased heavy
yaijotoa mines, and
j v rrk wiil begin on
1 a very ffiioti lime
I'inn be enjoying a
which " has never
in this part cf the
ct the attention of
e sale oi several
te in the valley
(ice on next Tues
e court house in
.ortg-aees on the
i properly 13 engi
( See Sheriff's Sale
kissed ofl yesterday
our S"?n. Most
fiaes were closer! at
Ie tevoted the af-
.easant ' eatUorin-zs of
ighbors and friends.
jear of many about
"Mch were, of ourse,
chwacter and foi e
Iture cf Phoenix
Tf society .
i. A. D. Lemon to-day leased
few hotel vthicli has been named
Occidental" to t'r. V. J. Ab-
h who is experienced in the busi-
fs, and comes very highly recom-
.nded. lie fMmeriy lived in
fraska. no will start east, in
'bout ten days to purchase furniture
Ifor the house, which will be fnrnish-
fed throughout its thirty five rooms
with entirely new sets and fine cur-
f pciirig. Everything about the house
J will be first class, and it is expected
I that tho opening will take place
I about the 1st of February.
The Daptist fe.-tival yesterday was
quite a su.cess financially. Ab ut
120 were cleared on the dinner,and
at the tocil in the ivening $1,025
-were subscribed toward the erection
of a new chapel. The literary and
musicul exerciser at the M. E.
Church were cf a very pleasant
eliaracit r, and the song 'No Sir" by
Jennie Bryan and Bertie McNulty
bioujjht down the house. It was
.very well done indeed, tttxi showed
careful training and also tnoTe than
ordinary ability In tha line.
The uilitwing was the program-
fiir a-i the literary part wts
d : Til. E Choir, Miss Monk ;
Miss Dole; Instrumental
, Sarah Duckham; Seng "No
a.'er A. SIr:Nulty and Miss
; Ri-ndiujf, Miss Dole;
'5cklit.nl. - I
From Saturda3T's Daily.
The front of the Germania Beer
Hail is being improved.
The chain gang is nt work denn
ing Washington street, the prettiest
street in Arizona.
light shower last night is fol
lowtdliy a clmidy day, whyili is a
rarity in Ariznna.
A large sh;w window is being in
serted in the froi.1 of Dr. It issoh's
sh..p for the convenience-of Clark,
The pepper trees present a fresh
green foliage uninjured l.y frost, but
the cottonwood leaves with the
worms they have been feeding are
Mr. Holland, who formerly ton
ducted a Chinese restaurant and is a
large property owner of Phoenix, is
building a double frame house on
Maricopa street, near Mrs. Wolsey's
For the 2i hours ending at 7 a. m.
Monday, NfV. 19th, the Rankin &
Biayton SCMon furnace of the De
troit Copper Company, Yavapai
county, turned out 15,300 pounds of
The Presbyter'mn Church has
leased the Hooper Building on the
southeast corner cf the plaza, and
now hold service each sabbaih at 11
a. m. and 7 p. rn. Sunday School at
ii p. m.
The Phocni.t po'ice courts are
very quiet. One of our officials
gives it a Ins opinion that sneak
thieves go through pockets every
night, but as the crowd i3 not nnan-.
cially prepared to miss anything no
complaint is kkkJc.
The Spanish dagger or yucca pro
mises to furnish material fur a new
industry in the wet. The leaves
make an xcelleut quality of paper
and the roots are used for making
soap. Several eastern firms have
sent men to select localities for
When business houses can afford
to pay monthly rent from $3.50 lo
$4.00 per front f-ot during bird
times, for very chijap buildings, it is
a good time to invest money in
houses. Notwithstanding so-called
hard times, rent is high and vacant
house3 are scarce in Phoenix.
Our valley lias advanced sufficient.
1y far in agriculture and fine stock
raising to warrant the establishment
of an annual fair for the competi
tive improvement and display of our
products. Such an institution
would invite visitors and exhibitions
from 'all parts of the Territory as
well as be of immense local benefit.
The Palace Theater has had the
good fortune to secure a large front
age on the west side of ths Phiza,
near R enthal & Kutner's. and is
moving into the new quarters to day.
Two large rooms will be used, and
this popular institution under the
name of The New Pace will continue
to furnish unlimited entertainment
for the public.
The reason why D. Price's Flavor
ing Extracts, Lemon, Vanilla, etc.
are superior to all others is because
they are prepared from choice se
lected fruiis and aromatic?, without
coloring or poisonous oils, that till
the flavoring principles are retained
unchanged by chemical action,
highly concentrated, requiring loss
to flavor. They are perfect.
Tile Indians ia the Cojeta or Cnajo
mountains, south of Maricopa, have
worked out a problem in Arizona
farmiug, which will be of some use
to future settlers. That country is-
entirely destitute of runninc 'rier,
yet prospectors come upon r
fields of groin and vegetables in the
most romantic spots. The Indians
have selected natural positions for
tanks and, in their tedious and pri
mitive way, have removed the soil
and made vast reservoirs that hold
sufficient water to irrigate the land
which they wish to cultivate. When
the tank is dry they carry out the
mud that has accumtnulated and
pile it up like chiiKueys that serve
as land marks for miles around
A Phoenix &tre.
Today the carpenters at work puN
ting iu shelving and counters aud
finishing up the handsome store
room of Guss Ellis & Co. will com
plete their work, and a handsome
job it i. In the part named is a
total of 8,890 pieces, gr. at and small,
and aim.- , st innumerable joints. The
gentlemen doing the work, Mr. A.
H. Macdonald aud Mr. J. H. Carter,
of Jlesa City, have been at work two
weeks with some slight assistance,
part of the time, in putting up shelv
ing and counters, and during that
time have worked about nineteen
diij's of ten hours each.
The work i3 done in pine, red
wood aud cedar, and is very neatly
put together, reflecting much credit
od those who have had the work in
charge. The room is finished with
rows of shelving and eoonler run
ning down each side for smue
eighty feet. In the center and front
portion of t&s room and running
back thirty feet has been erected a
double bank of shelving, surrounded
by a vtry handsome ounter. In the
rear of this central shelving will be
located a number of double tables
for stacking goods. In ths rear of
this salesroom and separated from it
by low p-jrtition are the oGtces, one
for the accountants and one for pri
vate use. T.-:c room wT.l be lighted
by twelve chandeliers, and altogeth--er,
when the painters have finished,
will be tbe handsomest and most
convenient salesroom in the Tcr
Beneath the salesroom is a large
cellar, ns large 3 tho room itself,
and to tha rear anil back of the
offices will be a rcxira demoted to the
storage of goods, etc.
There are no handsomer nr more
complete commercial establishments
in the Territory, and few out of it,
than the one We-have partially and
haslliy described, and it is a credit
to the town, and goee tc long way
towaid demonstrating the fiiith the
peo;le have iu our town au;l valley.
From Monday's Daily.
Mr.Oeo. Wil'cox, of McDowell, ii
in town today.
A good rain fell all day Saturday
in the mountains north of town.
M;ij. Geo. A. Purrmgton, of the
3rd Cavalry, is stopping at the Phre
nix. Mr. A. A. We.rd, who has been ill
RtMjDjvvull, arrived, in town yes
terday. He seeuis quite recovered.
Arizona i3 to have a Live Stock
Journal to be published at Tucson
by the Cameron Bros. The first is
sue will be about the first of Janu
ary. A couple of Mexicans today noon
had a little discussion over a team,
with wagon stakes. There came
very neariy being a fight till the
second man got a club, then the
matter cooled off.
Mr. Morgnette is down from the
Bradshaws and reports the season
exceedingly dry there for this time
of year. At the time he left neither
snow or rain had yet fallen. U.-ually
there is suow there by this time of
The Thanksgiving sermon of the
Rev. Chapman on Thanksgiving day
is very highly spoken of by those
fortunate enough to hc-ir it, as a dis
courfe of exfaordinary merit and
the ablest sermon ever listened to in
On Friday eight people in the
Black Rock mining district saw an
enormous meteor start on the
southwestern heavens which when it
had nearly reached the horizon burst
with a tremendous report that j-irred
the earth in th-it region and was
heard at a distance of thirty-five
miles, measured by the time that
passed between the bursting of the
me'eor as Been by wi'nesses and the
hearing of the explosion.
From Dr. Whurton, who returned
last evening 'from a trip to Castle
Creek, we learn that on Saturday
night the adobe roof of the residence
of "Dick" Davis at Frog Tanks fell
in, burying beneath it the inmates of
the house, some ten in number, bes
ing Mr. Davis, his wife and five
children, a man and wife stopping
with them, and a Mexican. Mr.
Davis managed to release himself
first and set to work to rcscu i those
still under the roof. Fortunately no
one was found seriously injured
though one hud been knocked sense
less lor a time and Mrs. Davis was
found with the heavy center beam of
the roof lying across her body, but
foitun itely just where a curve oc
curred in the beam and which it
confined her she was Dot iu imme
diate serious danger. It took the
men some three quarters of an hour
to extricate he.r from the debris and
then ii was found that two or three
of her ribs had been fractured. The
ir.mat.-s certainly were very fortun
ate, especially so considering the fact
that the wood portion of the roof
took fire from the s'ove.
During the past fifteen day3 the
following mining transactions have
been filed for record at the County
Recorder's office :
C W. Hardy has transferred to W
H. Thom:i3 a one half interest in
the "Violet" claim in CaVa Creek
C. V. Il irdv transferred lo S. F.
Mack the Old Milk R icch and also
the Silver Peak mill sites on Cave
V. Moreno transferred to Thomas
Sherman a one half interest in the
Santa Cruz mine a.d a one-fouith
interest in the San Francisco mine
on Cave C r ek.
tj . R ina;id transferred to Thoma3
SLerman et al. a one-half interest in
the Mount Christy mine, on Cave
Win. B. Benson transferred a ore
sixth interest ia the Honanzi mine,
in Canyon del Oro, to Robert Mil
ler consideration $2,500.
"Spotted Fawn," located on the
Gila by Gso. F. Kemper, et al.
"Emerald." locate! by E-lward
Cole, on Cave Creek.
"Lessing," located by Aadrew
Shaffer et al, Wickentmrg.
'Hawkeye," located by J. II.
Burger et al., on Cava Creek.
Pinal wants a shoemaker.
Houses are scarce in St. Johns.
Night sessions of the district court
are being held in Prescott.
Ninety-five dollars are on a sub
scviption list to buy a flag for the
A farmer of Apache conrty, rais
ed 1,500 bushels of oats without ir
rigation. A Mexican woman at Bisbee, Ari
zona, gave bii th to four children
last week. The quartet were born
a.ive, but died in a m.-w moments af
The Yankee Boy miue, near Pres
cott, at a depth of five feet, con
tributed to tho Territorial Cabinet a
$1,131 specimen of silver ore.
Apostles Young and Grant. Presi
dent J. N. Smit'i and Counselor L.
II . Hatch, of tho Mormon chtirch,
preached at Adairs, Apache County,
on the 32th ult. In his address Mr.
Young said tha the Temple in
Salt Lake City had cost $1,500,000.
The SiWerXing company has now
at Casa Grande the machinery for
well-boring, and are going to sink
al3-inch well iu the mill. Beside
the Queen creek flow, they have
now a 6-inch well, 150 feet deep.
They will go through the volcadic
reck and will probably find abuad
ant artesian water.
Patrick Hamilton, ia the "Kesour
ces of Arizona," says we have ' in
this Territory 35,000 Indians 'hat
occupy 17,823 square miles of the rich
et land in the country; 10 military
posts, 20 churches 97 public schools,
680,000 sheep, 31,800 horses, 13 ti00
mules, 11,400 hogs, 283,000 hel d of
cattle five years ago we had 'only
40,000 head ; and 68,000 ac. js of
land under cultivation.
McAtser and fvlocre Mor
CHARLES BEACH WILL RECOVER.
AI'bII Aceoant of tho resperate
From Saturday evening Miner we
gather the following particulars of
h". Prescott tragedy :
The most disgraceful seene that
has ever occurred in Arizona took
place at 10:30 a. m. today, in the
open court of the 3rd Judicial Di-
triet, where Chief Justice French
was presiding, in the cas of Kelsey
vs. McAt- er, involving the right to
the use of certain waters of Kirk
land Creek, for irrigation purposes,
and which has been been pending
for the past five years.
Mrs. Keisay, the plaintiff, is a
widow and a most estimable 1-viy
and the mother in-law of Hon. C.
VV. Beach. She owns a ranch in
Kirkland Valley just adjoining that
of McAteer, the defendant and as
stated above, the case, which open
ed yes.erday was to secure. for plain
tiff her rights to the use of water of
the creek flowing by both runchcf,
without which hers would be worth
ies. During the trial ft question in
volving the admissibility of certain
tesiimony, arose, a heated argument
ensued, and the lie was given. In a
second Attorney General Churchill
and District Attorney Rush grap
pled, and wbil.i they were strug
gling J. C. Ilerndon, Rush's partner,
who was assisting in the defence,
threw an ink s'and at the Attorney
Genein). strising him in the face.
During the occurrence of the events
leading to the affray, the defendant,
P. McAteer, became almost wild
from excitement, and springins to
TIE DREW A LARGE 'SIZED DIRK
and approachi.ig to where the
struggling attorneys were, endeavor
ed to Ftab the counsel lor plaintiff.
Before lie could accomplish his
purpose, however, he was caught 13'
several of the bystanders; among
whom were C. W. Beach, the son -in-law
of the plaintiff; James More,
a witness for the plaintiff; George
TinRer, the Attorney General's Pri
vate Secretary; and Wni. O. O'Xeil;
Court Reporter. Endowed with the
irresistible strength that demonia-.
cal rage lone cn give, McAteer
threw aside those vtlio endeavored
to hold him, and a scene, which
would rival the horrors of hull, en
sued. . Drawing aloft the cruel knfe
he ru.-hed at James More, an '0".d
man over 70 years of age, and c'rove
it to the Lilt in the left side of his
victim, who, while endeavoring to
escape fie terrible blow, pitoously
MAC, FOR GOD'S SAKE DO.Vt CUT ME !
Withdraw! ng the knife from the
gaping wound, he left his victim to
stagger around the room, his blood
bespattering the furniture and walls
as he vainly implored for help, and
then singling out C. W. Beach made
for him and, before any one could
interfere, stabbed him in the left
side of the neck near the caroted
artery, with sufficient force to knock
him over the railing dividing the
auditorium from the bar. Wheel
ing around, he then ran at Court
Reporter O'Neil, who, 1hile acting
as peace-maker, had excited his
enmity by endeavoring to obtain
possession of his knife, and who
had aires ly received a severe rut in
the left bund.
O'Neil backed up agiinst the wall
in his endeavor to escape from tiio
infuriated man, but just as McAteer
had nearly arrived within striking
length of the reporter, C. W. Beach,
who had partly recovered from the
stunning effect of the wound in the
neck, drew a revolver", a 3S-c;vlbre
FIRED AT MCATEER
who, with a half muttered curse,
fell at t he feet of O'Neill, his in
tended Yictim, who lost no time in
souring the knife with which had
done such terrible execution.
With the report of the revolver
reason seemed So assume its way
among the straggling men, and the
fierce fighting that had been ragin g
among the attorneys and their clients
eeasT.l, ftnd all present turned thir
attention to the wounded men.
The man who, by drawing his knife
ad joining the fray, started the Tise
of more deadly weapons thin fists
and inkstands, came here from Al
buquerque, New Mexico, we under
stand, some 16 years ago, and has
owned this ranch for a long period .
Previous to coming here he had
been a party to a outii.ig affray , in
which he cut very seriously or killed
his opponent, antt his reputation
here has been that of a man vrith an
ungovernable temper whea aroused
who always went for blood, and al-.
ways osed a knife. But a short
time ago at Contention here, if we
recall aright, he cut a man, or cut at
him, and frcm the geueral opinion
of those who knew the" man, every
one expected bloody wrk when he
took a hand in the quarrel. He was
struck under the left shoulder blade
the ball taking a slightly downward
direction and lodging against one of
the ribs, from whers it was extracted
by Dr. McCandless. As it passed
fully two inches under the outside
skin, there 13 every reason to believe
that the ball passed through or bad
ly shattered the spine, as he is total
ly cold below the hips, complains of
intense pain in the abdomen, end is
undoubtedly mortally wounded.
J. M. MORE.
The saddest feature of the entire
case is the dangerous wounding, of
thia old and respected citizen of
Kirkland Valley, honest, straight-
rwarif, law abiding and indnstri-
s. txa was a man who was a
credit to any community and would
not have harmed a fly, and how any
nan short''"'' ." a rud iacirnate c-uld ,
strike him down with a knife, a
weapon generally cnsiiered in an
cient times, the weapon only of the
assassin, seems to us incredible. Ho
2ies at the Hospital, where he is re
ceiving the best of care, and we
learn by the latest reports that there
are some hopes of saving him not
withstanding the cnormou3 amount
of blood lost. He was stabbed in
the left upper arm ami the knife
was driven with sush force tint it
passed entirely through the r.rin, se-
vering the right brachial artery and
causing a wound in the left breast.
C. w. BEACH.
Is too well known in this commu
nity to need a word from us. He
was simply defending the rights of
his own in a legal way, and after the
affray he did not draw any weapon
until he had been attacked and re
cti ved what wa? supposed at the
line to be a fatal wound, and then
he fired but one shot, which plainly
shows self defence was all that was
intended or desired. We d.) not be
lieve Mr. Beach's actions need any
defence before fair minded men, but
in view of the fact that he was for
merly for a long time the editor of
the Miner, and the additional fact
that we alw.iys aim to give reliable
news, we have sifted the facts with
all the care one would apply to se
curing evidence, and our statements
can be relied on.
A very one sided extra has just
been shown H3 s we write, ;tnd
while there is not time to examine
it now, it leads us to state the fj'.ct
that a credible witness stated last
evening in the presence of frien-is
of Air. L'each that McAteer had sail
he would kill Beieh if he won the
Mr. Beach received a severe
wound on the left side of the neck,
the knife barely missing the j tgu
lar vein the width of the blade, al
most, nearer to the frost would have
let his life out before another sun;
83 it is, he is reeling -nsy and i:o
daDger is to be appichended from
A TRIUMPH OF EMU
Prepared from Select Fruiis.
Tliat yields the finest Flavor.
Have been used f'o- yrnrsi. lie
come 1'he Standard flavoring
Extracts. None of Or eater
Strength. Kone of mich Per
fect Purity. Always certain to
impart to Cahes, PutZJings,
Sauces, the natural Flavor of
Chicago, 111-, and St. Louis, Mo.,
Mfckfrs of Lnnclla Tea-it Gra, Dr. Pr!e' Cream C&k
lac Fowiiar, mad ir. Frie t ulqu PrfEUBee
WE MAKE NO SECOND GRADE GCOLS
LARGE Stock of Aprit ot, Peach
i.nd Nectarine trees, etc., raised
Entirely witbont Irrigation !
Clean and Healthy.
One year from the bud; 452 to 7 foot
tree- wiil be carefully duu and
well baled put. on the
c.irs at. Ooltnn,
Without Extra Charge.
tS-Libcral discount to dealers, and
on large orders.
Send for 1 'rice List, etc.
San Bernardino, tan Bernardino
Oct. 1, im.
DZAlERS Ii? OEXKKAI,
Eas: Side of P!aza
One Ooor North of Tolloek's Bahery
PHtKNIX, ARIZONA. -
A LARGE S-TOCK OF
ALWAYS ON HASP,
Including Powder,Fuse,Tril?, Picks
. Ore-Sacks, Etc.
A FULL LINE OF
Family Groceries, Etc
Hav and Grain
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Washington Street, Two Doors East
of the Court Ilouse,
Bull Mm House in Ptaiii
Board, Per Month. ......
Board, Per Week
Three T.Ieal Tickets
ITi ft? r 2
Rew Jewelry Store !
J. T. HORD,
Practical Watchmaker and -Jeweler.
Throe Doors West or the P. irk Exchan fi
Opposite ;hii l'liis:a.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry re
paired c; cleaned on short notice.
All work W;irnted.
Geo. D. lark.
At Dr. Itospcn's olliC6, near the poat.inioe
l'IIIKl, - A" T
Repairing fine watches made a
Fine En . z,v.i..
Israel Miller's Jeweler's
At Bothrock & Cat ton's store, near
the Pos'. office, Washington St.
J3F"A1I work warranted. jg3
Hay &, Feed Yard,
MARICOPA. A. 1.
Water furnished at 5 cents per head
or 122 cents per barrel.
Guaranteed to my patrons
Ar.KXCY O? THR I SOI,. LEWIS,
BANK CF ASiZOKA, ii. W. KALZ6
Kales & Lewis
The Bank oi California, San Francist o
Messrs. Laidlaw & Co New York
ILL PURCHASE OR AD-
van.-o on t-old and silver Bul
lion, County bonds and warrants,
Discount commercial paper, recieve
deposits repayabla on demand, nn
dertatc collections and transact a
nOIEce honr. from 9 a. w. to 4 t. w
Is thoroughly acquainted
vritli Assaying in all
Assayer for the Central Avi
zona Mining Company.
Washington Street, three doors west
of Montezuma Street.
PHOENIX, - - ARJZONAi
IlCKEY ; AGAbD,
Real E state-Wines Insurance !
Houses and Land Bought, Sold, Kented
una urn's collected.
H nes Bouphl aul Sold on CommlsBion.
Insurance Fire, Accide nt, Life
Coert-Hcssa Block . - fa's, AriKaa,
"Wit-h County Recorder.
Adjoining the Court House,
PHOENIX, : : ARIZONA.
The Lest of
And other Refreshments.
Including the Finest
DOMESTIC M IMPORTED
The most courteous and gen
vvhicli the affable
Guarantees every one.
OP I'RESI.OTT, A. T.
;seg leave to inform the merchants
find ranchers of Phoi nix and Ma
ricopa county that they have
the largest and best as
sortment of good
at their saw mill
south of Presi oti that
has ever been put in this mar
ket. ?leichapttb'e, Clear, Sur
faced, Clutched Flt.oring a .d Hustic
kiii.v;:,k 1, vtci, esAMii
DOORS, BLINDS, JVIOULDINGS
We are prepared at the shortest
notice to fill orders with prompt-,
ness and despatch .
Flour Grain or Bn n Taken
in exchange for Lumber
TV. Z. TVTLSOX & CO.,
NEW SAW ILL
EO W. CtTRTIs Proa.
Two and and one-half miles so tb
of Prescott, A. T.
Surfaced and Rustic
T .-.-iTV.1-.Q-r "T of. -.b or! 171 rvr. vi n rt
Panelings and Shingles
OF THE FINEST QUALITY
Having now completed and
iu full operation, my new Saw
mill, I ara prepared to fill or
In short everything in my
line for the construc
TEStJIs " fash on Delivery
All orders sent by mail or
through the merchants promp
Washtr.jrroii Street, one door west of
Bank L'xcliange Hotel.
PHfENTX - ARIZONA.
FINE OLD WHISKIES,
Brandies thai are Unsurpassed.
Best Brands of Eastern
DELICIOUS MIXED DRINKS.
EST" The Best Brands of Cigars to
be had in the market, always on
hand. Call around and see us.g3
T. OLSSON, Prop.
P. BRIX, Manager
W F. IIclTULTY'S,
. . .FOB. . . .
Drj Goods, Furnishing Goods Cltoh
ii.-p, urocenes, I armed nd
.Dried Fruits, Hardware
of all Kinds, No
AIL EIXDS OJ1
Agent for Ringer Wewlnar 31a-
sty leaf iaicef
n n rs n
Balz &, Wells
"WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
And everything kept in a
We do not believe in mo
nopolizing any business
Shall spare no pains to
please, and solicit only otr
share of the public patroii-
We have come to stay
Boca Beer Depot!
PHCENIX, A. T.
Jos. TlaMner, Proprietor.
The fiuest and best cf Liquors and
Cigars on hand for our customer.
RESTAUR AN T
3d door cast cf PostofHco
Single meals 55 cents.
Board by the week $5 .00
Board by the month 20.00
THE COLLEGE INS 1 1-
3K,L n.l lerinl. Cc.mi liciited
fiEd to-calJed Inciirnbl
Chr.nicDi-.pF.aos Jr. Lie
hip's Oprinnn liivig.mto
n enr" J-.ervotti. find rhyp
ical D bility, Weaknrss,
Li.pt Mar.hnnd, Lui" of en
ercv. K-ir.L'irj? ad dizzi-
r.tsi- in tle hond m. Ian
hly. hclI:elfc8 f. clinc,
! firri all iho rePilllsof jouth
C5 fnl impril(!.:riCi ai: excrs--r
s( of matTire years. fl he
cetir, a rctn;lur college
1 livyicicn. will Hrec fo
forfeit a thnus-iiid dona
f'rarHSO ihe Jnviiio aor
0& will noi cme. nuder perinl
ircnimiiit and tuiTice.
The itipon tliat so many
cnmi"t pre' mr.-d of wfak-
nets Vert th lwv. dis.-nw 1 owing to
acrm:.lienti. ncaU.-l I'RDST -TOKKiiEA
which reniiiic-!'cu):ar trfHimenf.
L,i'lji"'i" Inv g rator No. 9. is a pea t:vc
cure f.ir""Prot.tatorrhea. Price of either In
vtirorrti.r f-2.(Xl oer bottle; lx bottled for
S'.O.OO. Sent to at y adduce on rrceipt or
C O. L. Kes -oT!il'iu perHr.np ray wh'-n
cored. Slrictt Bt crecr maintaiurrt. I'a
tier.ti cuitd at home. LieUtr'e liinpn
Biry tune an elegant drug el. rein it" build
Too frerjnent cV.-c:iati.-tis ol the bl-uhler
nr'.d ropv sediment in mine arc stm;itm9
01 fecot'darj' beniinrt' We:ikne-a antl Pros
tatorthcii. Comilai!it teadily yield to
Dr. l.iebis'e trentment.
ORL'INAHY CA?ES. Any recent cnp?
or special or piiva e dia.'iises cmed for
$10. Uemcilies ii fliclfint to e-ire bp
pr.nnutiy sent, with full tiirectionf ard
ndvic.! on receipt of $!0 All rncka,'es
nt-c eecuroly covered fiom obeiTai'-m
Invlgoratcr Samples Fres,
To )i ove the mider'nt power of the
(lr ai German ln iprorator a f-2 bottle of
titli. r nnieb rvril! be sent ('iveufi'liaiRC
I'eisi.ln cnie a lr-e Lof.le -will only
have in p iv eiii-es-ae on tie ivery.
M03 i-o.vo'i 'i Electiie Heirs free to pn-tii-nts.
ConulUit!o". E.t mtr.atiort UT.d
advice free end private.
C:iUor addrei-1" DP.. LIEBIG .v CO..4C-0
Geary litret. Privare enirance, 5-31 Mafoa
jeet. San Fiar.cieco. o'idwtf
NO II KEARNY STRET
Trkats All Citttoxic and Steciai.
-irrno MAY BE SUFFERING FROM
V the eifeels of youthful l.iiliei or in
discretion v.in do weil to avail th.m.eives
ol ibis, tile jrreaiest b ion ever lai-.l at the
the altrtr of cciT.rins hnrnanily. Dr.
S!'!NXEY nil; pnarautee to forf. it $oi
for every case of Sero'nal "Weakness or
private diffeHse of any kiml or character
whicl Ue nniiertakts and mils to cure.
.MIDDLE -AGED alEX.
The'eare many at '.he age of thirty to
Bixty who are troubled nr-iU too frcqufnt
evacuations of the bladder, often accom
panied by a plierht pmartinr or biirnine
pensation and a weakeniiijT of the fl stem
ir, f manner th. p.itient cannot account
for. t n eximii.in j the m inary deposit
a ropy sediment will ofieu be fonn.i slid
eoraetimes BUiail particles of albumen will
a t pear, or the color will be of a thin n lk
isb hue, aain caanjring lo a dark unci or
p'.d apprarance. There are many men h
die of liiia difficulty, ignorant of thfc cai e ,
which ie the secon i t.ia-e of s rainal we fe
ns Ur.'Spinney will Btiarautue perl t
cnreiuall puch cases, and a healthy r -toration
ol the gertito-urinarr orgrts.
Ofiice Flours 10 to 4 and 6 to 8. Suoclays
f.-om 10 to H -A. ai. Consultation tree
Thorough examination aDd advice, $r.
Calior addre- s
DR. SPISSEY CO.,
It 11 Kearny street fan Erancisco,
yeaip oi pracie
and cuRKb with
unfaii ito cn
Decline, and LOSS OF
rnm whatever cnnpe produced, it vn
riches and pnrlfien the BJ'Od. StreDBtaeti
tile Nprvfri. Brain, hu.c!t'?, Dijrs
Hon, Reproductive Organs ard Thy
ana Mental r acuities. It stops any
nslaral dc bilitatiut; drain npoa ihesnre
proven tine involuntary losses, debimafi
area tip. Fem;nal lonses wiih tlie nrino. ct
fo distrnctive to mind nnd bodv- It 's
sure eliminator of ail Kidney and lilarMe
tomnia'nti. it oontains no lmuriouB :
ffrdients. To thoe eutT-;rms from tne
veil effects of youthful indiscretions or ex
cesses, a speedy, thorough and permanent
i nre is (vimraiitccd. Price $2.50 per bouie
and advice, SUK Sent secai'e from obse'
Or JlVe IMU HVf I U C."1"C, W J L 11 1 III J UifBtl IUU
vjjtjon to any address nnon receipt of brice
or C. O. T. To be had only o. Dr. 0. D.
SA TF1 ELT. 21fi Kearney St., San FranrU
oo, Cal. Constipations strictly confiden
tial, by letter or at office, I lit vl. iorthe
xnvemence of pati3nts, and m order to m
t.ure perfect secrec i have adopted a pri
vate address, undei which all packages are
THIAli BOTTLE FRKK.
NOTICE 1 will ecfid a tiial bottle of the
KE JUVEXATOlv el!!tccnt to show its
merit free of charge, to ay ere afllicted
applying by letter, stating his symptoms
and nee. Communications strictly con
THE GREAT ENGLISH RE25DY
Is a Ecvet-ta.Un:
V.""v7 a i' r o s t a torrb;va
(fwAr-C WS 4I'and " tbe tern-U'&-,
t-- rv: eelf-abns3, yontb
ful MUei. and ex--;-rN:"ir-"
-Ti5 Vvi '-cesses m mitnre
vears such a loss of memory, LaseJtnde,
NraEnrnal Emission, aversion to eociety,
DiiT.iiess ofvis'.on. noises ;n t!;s hes J, tho
vitul fluid pa-sinr anobaerved in the orine
and many other diseases that lecd to n
sanity and death.
Dr. Mmtie will atrree to firfeit Pilre Ilr.n
dred Pillars for a case of tM kiti-T thft
Vital Itestorative fnndert's srcial -idvfrfi
and treatment) will not ciire, orforanv
thirn: lmpuruorlnjurions found in ft, Jir.
Miufie treats all private Diseatr!' pcese
fully without mernnry. Consul Ut.Vn free.
A thormifih examination and edvice, in
clndins: analysis of nfine, J.5. Price oi
Vital Restorative, $3 a boLtlo. or four times
the quantify, 10; sent tf? any a .1 dress
upon receipt of m ice, or C. O. D. aeenrw
fi'om obserTation and m private nam ,il
desired by A . E. Minlie, M D.,l1o. Kearny
uy St. San Francisco
Sample bottle ie't free on application by
letter stating svinvtoms. kct nnfl arrw.
Communications strictly t'oAildeT-tial.
lr lmtie's Kidnbt kehdt kt1! rfti-
cfm. euros all kinds of Kidney an hladiler ,
Complaints, GonorrhcKP , ieet euor ha
For .ale vy all druggists; $! a bot.ie; Sis '
buttle, ys. - j
Dr. Minuo's DAnteuov Pn.i.9 pre the !
bt'Pt and eheapeht Dyspi-psla and bi'iots i
ij the market. For said oy all drur.ts. !
SiKiS-'ia K--I.V and
illhtf. A'OTUa isthe i.itimatc
tW.ft-'SS Jfc fir Kcron
V? f. fX-i al vlVolvne.s.Sper-
J. R. LOOSLEY.
Finest Liquors in Arizona
Corner Washington and Center SU.
WHITOKER a KURTZ
X" X 1ST XI
Snor Near corner cf Taslj
ingloii 4 Cortez Sts, south side -opposite
PHCENIX, - ARIZONA
Ent Wash'ngton St , ftiljoining the
STEOUD & SON, Props-
I wish to inform all of my friends
and the public gent-rally, Hint I lifive
opened a fiit clss L very anil Feed
Hwb'e in Phoenix, a-,il Solicit a
thare of their patronage.
Anything in the Livery
Stable Line can be found
By the d;iy, week or month, and gir
en Cm ef ul Attention.
PA'TUR.f;E FOI! STKCK ONE AND
o miles north of I'lioptni. nttke
raneli of ji. o. &L.ocUii.
Liverv and Feed
Washington Stuket, Bklow thB
JOS. L. "B. ALEXANDER. Prop.
Jos. DitEW, Manager. -
Fii-st-Class Teams 'H.nd Rigs of
all Kinds Supplied to Order.
GOOD SADDLE HORSES
T!?rT Best Attontion Give to
Boarding and Trnnei ut Stotk-
FlCirS B 160.VBLE.
T. W. BYERS,
Opposite Smith's Mill
Phoenix, - - Arizona;
Tine Job-work and Farniturej
a Special fcyl
C. H. RECUM, Proprietor,
South side TVashirgton St., next
door to Herald Oilice.
The Best and Newest Stock
end the most, favorable
Prices in town.
Made to Order,-
Done at the Shortest No
tice, in the Nicest
i37Ladies Shoe tjrtssing for Ssle.
tTaahlncten Street, opposite th
This new hotel is dow open for
the accommodation of the traveling
Itoemi JlaitrTf A b- Tele-sroph .-
BILLIARD TABLE AND BAR.
Connected with the Hctise.
Ail the Finsst Liquors & Cigar