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A.MOKFOKD. . Editor- Katen cf WufcHrriptioii. 31 ally Seiall: TwWwk frX MoTitl.8... One Year ..sr. et ..$ a oo .. iO.UO Eoraii: Three Mon hs -.. Hix Month On Year in Advarce fcS: me on time 2i0 .. . 4.00 .... sou AjIT kT TB Omen FOB ADTEBTISIKQ ATtu Job R.ltes. Thl rarer on file at nil the Principal Newspaper Acnciealn San Francisco and I atcrn Cities. XhnrstVaj-, ... January 3. 18S4 HOW WEGKOW.. Our Record for 1883- The year 1883 is a matter of the past, but we look back over its pages with pride arid pleasure as we read thNtcwds of our town and county ; assecn Jn the numerous ad ditions to our business population the new buildings in T&JJ directions the in- creased acreage ot wid cultivated, the great increase in thfctamount of crops raised and oumbe5v c' n,:w settlers Ail evinces the f:irjt Xhht TELEGRAPHIC "AGJi.ES, I I.OVE THEE." San Fbascisco, Dec. 27. Thu deposition of Fri:dericfc.C. B irehard, an importAnt wit-iess in the case of Miss Agrgie II i II V3. Shiron was taken today. He tetiHuil lie was an accountant in a wholesale grocery house in Portland, Orego:i, and met Mub Hill in the Palace Hotel, in April, 1881, and afterwards visited Belmont, Sharon's country resilience, in company with Col. Btagg and wife, Miss Hill, and others. While there he met Miss Ili.'l frequently. The proposed acceoti u engagement acknowledged btfre visitors was broken off on the ground that wit ness deceived her as to the extent of his fortune during the engageme nt She told him Fred Sharonnd Dr Bradford were both deeply in love with her, and made her ofl -rs t marriage, but that no relation' ex isted between Sharon an I herse.f other thnn those of Friendship. B-'QCBST TO K RVARD OIXK3E. Boston, Dec. 27 By th j will of George Oaks Clark his estate, val ued at $300,000, is left in trut for the btneflt of his fanr.ly, and after their decease and their relations the estate is bequeathed to Hurvard Ool-lcga. the Salt Eier Valley i3 to becon?1!. h.o i, . , A. . . T Washington, Dec. 27. The adju uihuuu iiiici mat 11 8 Decomc more tnd more tShat ; tant of CJeneral Sheridan, referred its merts ina telegram to MijorGaneral Pops re wi'-''eiy p"jit Leavenwort'i, saying he - known capital and (Site prise will thought ihe white boy Charley Mc- to ere eagerly seek - place among "i. In the. city of Phoenix itself, during thtfpast joar, most extraor dinary progress Las teen made in BumeTous directions, rotwiihFtnnd ing theTi-ct tihat it has teen scourg- d'w1fh small pox for six months of Pennsylvania volunteers, that trine, and altogether has had one pneumonia here to-d ty. Comas, with a band of Chiricahua Indians, is daily expected to reach San Curios agency. DEATH OF COLONEL KINB-' Philadelphia, Dec. 27. Thomas T. Sine, who was a colonel in the famous "Buck Tail" regimpnt of died of of tu'e e"!oe st years fiaancially that frt ias ever krrevrn. , During hejear, thirtythree new ! and subsiaotiiil fi:ms tliat we now call to mlndilmve cone into business among us, as follows: WANT A CABLE ROAD. Chicago, D'C. 27. A director and engineer of a tramway company in Melbourne, Australia, have ar rived in Chicago te study the cable system, which they propose to intro duce in the colony of Victoria. Ruiz & Co., Littman & Co, and suicide op a telegraph opeuator. R.E.Farrirgton, general raerchanN El Paso, Texas, Dec 23. About dise; O. L. 3Ia!.oney and R. B.Todd, ten minutes past five o'clock last drug and variety stores; W. T. Wocd?, stationery and variety store; C. A. Catton, photographer; Mr. Titcum brot end shoe store; W. L Whepley, fruit and candy store; I. Miller, jewelry store; J. T. Hord, watchmaker; N. Zubrod, shoemak er; F. A. Pollock, bakery; F. Kuch- ler. bakery and coffee house; T. W. Byers, Whi'taker & Kuril, and J. S. Sheldan, carpenter and furniture shops ; B ilsz & Well,general butch ering business; ATthur W. Bvers, wngon-mnker.s shop; -J. -Orozco, general merchandise; J. Montarra, wholecale liquor store; Jas. Mc- Carly, blacksmithine, I. Stroud & Son, livery and feed bu-ine-s; Phoe. nix Warehouse Co-; First National Bank of Phoenix: H. N. Alexander, law; Frederick & Hill, "tinsmiths and tinware dealers; Sears & Co, v-a uu ULa,clB iu i. egan,AVm.Taylor,John Divis, W.n. Maris, painter; Mrs. M.thoney, O- Applewhite, F. Slater and l.ew,s L. Mahoney, R. T- Osbotne, and Huckins. Three cf the five injur. night H. S. Beall, a telegraph opera tor in the tmploy of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe railway, com mitted suicide by shootinir himself through the head while sitting at his desk in the coruoany's office at the depot. JTo one was present at the time, and he left nothing afford-. ing a clue to the reason for his rash act. His family live in Cameron, Ohio. TEX, RED AND TORK HELD FOR MUR KER. To mb stonk. Dec. 28. The exam inatinn of Tex, R' d and Yoik, the Biabce murderer, was conclude. to days nnd all were held tor murder. The tviden e was conclusive. The witnesses testify to having heard of the plan of lObbery outlined before it took place. CONDENSED TELEGRAMS . Am ong the killed in the snow slide at Mendota mine, near Tellu- ride, Colorado, on the 24th, were J. H. Bond, C. S. Herrick, Thos Dun- do'vn breaks quick enough to keep the cars on. O.i examination it was foui.d that two large pieces of iron anil a brace beam had been placed over the frog switch. No serious damage was don !. It is bdieve l to be the work of some ex convicts FENIAN THREATS. Victoria, B. C, Dec. 29. Tue police are in possess' o.r-pf inform a tion that a plot is on foot to blow up H. M. S. steamer. Heroine and the dock yard by mens of torpedoes prepared by Fenian-, in revenge for the hanging of O'Donntll. Eveiy possible precaution is takea There is no fear of the naval authorities bein taken by surprise. TWO MURDERERS ESCAPE. Walla AValla, Dec 29 E fus and Owenbv, two murderers under sentence of death, knocked down the sheriff and jailer last Wednes lay night, and ma le their escape . The jailer was severely cut with a kni fe. A posse are in sharp pursuit on their trail. The murderers reached Uma tilla coun'y, Oregon, where they stole two hor.es and started toward Prineville. VTATS PAY FOR THE CHARGE. NEwYouK.Dec. 29 Ro-e Horan, formerly a ladies maid to Lord Mandeville began suit to recover $ 20,000 damages f'.r false arrest and imcrisoiimeat at the instance of Mandeville, who charged tbe maid Willi btrceny. AMERICAN CARDINAL TO BS APPOINT ED. Rome, Dec . 29. The Pope holds a consistory in April, when several cardinals will bo created and vacant sees in America filled. It ia rumor ed that another American cardinal will be appointed at the close of the forthcoming council in the United States. Probably Archbishop Gib bons of Baltimore will be selected. CONGRATULATING GLADSTONE. - Hawarden, Dec. 29. Congratula tions are pouring in upon Gladstone from all parts ef Great Britain on the anniversary of his seventy fourth birthday. won't steal any more horses. Little Rock, Ark., D.'C 29. For a long time past the northwestern part of this state and the southern part, of Missouri have been infested by horse thieves whose headquar ters, it is believed have be.-n at Cape Girardc-A farmer, named Kim ball, jiff rth of Missouri had three hi. Jsstolen. He orjra'i'zed m - a posse of seven meu, started in PRISONERS ESCAPE. El Paso, Dec, 31. On Saturday nicht as the prisoners from Ysleta were being lodged in the temporary county jnil here, Smith, a confidance man, and Hedges, a bnnco Bteerer, managed to escape; Smith by means of a piece of wire, picked the lock of the shackles and freed himself and Htdiies. Hjdires was under sentence of six years in the peniten tiary, for swindling and was a part ner of Salmoad also under sentence, who escaped from Ysleta a few weeks ago. GRAHAM COUNTY TROUBLES. Clifton, Dec. 31. Tho coroner i;eiurned from Duncan last n:ght. The verdict ef the jury .vas that the Mexican found hanging to a tree near that place, came to his death at the hands of unknown parties. It is the opinion that the man wis hung i" a spirit of pure cussednes3 by tne rustler element on the Gila river, who ore anxious to biing on trouble with the Mexicans. A re ward will be ff.:red by the slieiilf to-day ior information leading to thearre-tof the guilty parties. Nicholas Olguin and liSs po se will be taken before the Probate Judge in Solomi-nville to-day for the purpose of having a hearing and will then probably b-3 releajel on a writ of habeas corpus. FATAL SHOOTING IN EL PASO. El Paso, Texas, Dec. 31. Early on Sunday morning one of the cu s tom house guards at Paso del Norte, wh'le patrolling the river bank east of town, noticed a man on horse back CDssing the river tr.i-.ix the American side, having apparently contraband goods in his possession. Tho officer, Juan Culleo, waited until the man had reached the bank, when he called upon hiui ti halt, whereupon the latter drew a pistol and fired, the shot entetin? the riifht side of the officer in the region of the bowels. Calleo is not expected live. His unknown asaiiaat efl';ct ed his escape. FIRE AT CHARLE TON . uhaiu.estdf, UcC 31. At ttiree o'clock Sunday morning a fire was discovered in the sleeping room of tne collector or cu-toms. and soon everything in the room w-as destroy ed . The loss however, was ali ght with the exception of eight hundred dollar of government money and a fine rifle which had be'j'i presented by the citizens of Charh-stown to P. R. Child at the time of the Indian outbreak last spring. From Wednesday s Daily. Pony up. Cold raw slow colle clion to-duy. Cold mornings make late break lasts. The Territory is astonished at the verdict in the trial of Murphy, in Tucson. Mrs. Colburn was thrown from her hor-c yesterday at the races and her leg broken at the ankle. A social is to take place at the residence of Mrs. Tom W. Brown this evening. The material has arrived at Ash Folk for a teh graph from tliut point to Prescott. - Callers were numerous and busy yesterday afternoon. The cusitome Was more generally olstrvid than ver before in Phoenix. To-day we publish the nur-ery advertisement of A. W. Adams of Los Angtles, Cal. 'He has an extensive nursery well selected ai.d fays he will not be undersold. Some of our young men h:vl a runaway yestciuay their te-tm ami bugiry l.eing caught a mile or two above town, without damage to either. We picmised not to Itll en them. The ball for the benefit of the Catholic Church was fairly attended on Monday evening, but" not so largely as wag desired. The dancing was pleasant to those present, how ever, as the room was not crowd ed- The music was good and the elegant supper by Miss McLaughlin Is highs ly spokon of by thosa present . j McCann, Mrs F Farilio Rojas Pike, J M Juana Montenegro Swensen, Miss B Call for "Advertised Letters." Geo. E. Mowry, Postmaster. ?MfiA S Wr-ts we may discern nonesi peop.e i-y , bv&JSS?3 J J ' V-3-3 their lack of affectation. i-0VA Every religion of fear Is sustained , t''(''-kpJgJ by an imaginary hell. 5t&6lv.Sy I STOKACH ESTABLISHED 1852 WM. 6. HOOPER & CO., DEALERS IN A false estimate of others tends to overrate. ourselves. Convenience is too often disguised in the garb of devotion Groceries, Wines, Liquors Cif?j kjiih anu raining supplies. SOLE AGENTS FOR The distribution of prizes yester day at the Baptist Sunday school was largely attended by thu little ones O' d everything passed off Tery pieasantly and with the greatest harmony. The ladiraof the Baptist Society have done mu! hard work during the holiday seasou. At Balsz's race course yesterelay the trotting contest was between uNulty's bay ho-ss, "Patchew," Kelley's "Butcher Boy" and Parkin son's "Patchew Maiden," "Butcher Boy" came in an easy first ar.d "Patchew Maieien" second. A scrub running race followed but a foul was made and money off. The esta e of the Queen of Servia will be sold to pay her debts. A Maryland hen lays egg3 thai n ii' rpli fitr nun f. o i.Qfirl It is said that the Zuni Indians in- j vented the cigarette. I There are 10,000 taloor.s in Phi la- I ilelphla. McEaery has been re-nominated for governor ef Louisiana. Another Chinese steel corvette has been launched at Kiel. Commissioner Price has issued au er,!er prohibiting dancing among Indians. A Boston house advertises shoes "fcr tlopeuients." They -don't squeak. Bismarck sr.ys cf Gladstone: He ia a cold-hlsoeied man with a healthy mind. Massachusetts ladies, meeting at social calls, talk polities almost ex clusively. General Butler never uses the word ed'tor without saying ".ed nosed editor." Capt. Elizabeth Clark, of the Sal vation Army, has been requested to leave Swilzerlanel. A judgment cf $4,5C0 has been rendered against Gen. Lonas reel for money lost m option deal.ng. San Francisco merchant say the Northern Pacific railroad has taken away much of their trade, Val B'atz Milwaukee Beer Dr. Siegert's Angostura Bitters Damiana Bitters Macondray & Co's Louis Roeelerer Champagne Harasthy & Co's Eclipse and Grand Prize Champagne California Star Oil Works Company J. A. Miller's Chicken Cock V1 Two Stamps, all nges Old Kentucky Log Cabin Whisl coronet wmsKy Vigor it Powder Company Proctor & Gamble's Candles Bay View Distillery ,of San Frail Tho nrressity for pit mpi and efficient hou-ehokl remedies is dailv growini! mo e imparativ.'', anel of the-e lloIelteI' Stomach Biite-in is the chief in merit d t'm most I'oputur. lrrei'iilarlty of lho stomach and bowets. nilnai 'evers. liver complaint, debility, rh;ninnti m and minor atirat'iits. are tnoronzbl" co qat-r-ed by this incomparable fan'4Iy reetora- nve anil m- elu inal par uard. ana it is j justly refraieli'd us the purest and IPot comprehfcrtiRive 'Cmrtty of its clas. For sate by all D.uggibta aud Deale.s geno:-ally. Furniture Shop. Go to Sheldon's Shop to get your furniture re paired, pictures framed, sign painting and job , work . OiLllTGOflflll This space is reserved for FEED-YARD. 0pp3site in m h r. I : x. .!.yfci. in connection, with CQICS mi, LIQUORS AX9 TO pursuit of the thieves, who number- I the uuntingtos corusspondhnck. Mrs. E. A. Ingalls, physicians. These are completely new additions to business. Aside from these partners have been taken In in a number of in stances and old places of business ed in the Virginius mine have since died. On Wednesday a miner n amed Breet Walla was buried on a snow elide on Clement creek and cannot be found tiil Spring. Two men were also caught in a sld near Ironton, and carried 1,500 feet, have changed hanels, especially they were badly frozen and cannot among saloons anil eatine houses. I recover. witnin tue town limits we are able to count about seventy new buildings, residence, most of them, and a number of business house s Several of the residences are quite fine costing from $2,500' upward; Among business houses the most important are the elegant and costly brick building of Gnss Ellis & Co., and the fine htitel building being put up by Mr. A. D. Lemon, The warehouse built by tho Phcenix Warehouse Company is also a very extensive and substantial stone building with iron roof and we must not forget the elegant court house now about finished. A number nsve boen put up just out- 6l1e the limits of town and in The funeral of Mrs. General Rose i Keahr's addition. Two other crans took place in Washingtem on additions to the town have inst been Thursday from St. Aloysi ns church Juid cut in!o lots, the Dennis addi- ' ne requiem mass was ceieorarea Dy tinn Ami IhA K;dc7 n.-lflitinn I i was oorne y onavr joun o. m nor umC3. naa .ueen steaeiy ana Gen p H sheridan Hon. Jo..n R. quite fair.taking the whole year into Glascock, Gen. Horatio Wright, consideration and the peace of the Hon. John S. Barbour, C1. G. C I tt it: n ,r T 1 1 .. . i T . . . 1 communi! V Las been undistnrheH n-u-.tuiu, wu. n. j . uum on.i u uua ec three, and overtook them near For-ythe, Mo. The thieves turned upon their pursuers when a shirp fight ensued. Tw.- of the pursuers were seriously injured. Two of the thieves. James and Andrew Da- vies, formerly residents of Cape Girardeau, were shat dead, and the third was fatally wounded. THKXCtt NEWS. PAnis, Dec. 29. The decree pro hibiting the imaoration of sait' ed m"ats into French ports is pub lished. It admits, until January 20, 18S4, only wholesome, perfectly preservetl aid completely salted meats; th ey most be so pronounced by an expert. The reported French loss in killed and wounded in the capture of Son lay is 30 officers and nearly one thousand men. The l:ss of the black flairs in the same battle was 0000; but the black flag army, after their defe-at at Si'ntay, retreated to ilonghoa arid - Namdirk. The French found two million dollars in Sontay. It is reported also thai Washington, Dec. 31. The pub lished correspondence between Huntington and Ceilton has disap pointed many, in that it has not dis closed more speetiflc details, ami that no very prominent mem'iera are elireetly implicated. It will take a good deal more than has been printed to secure official investigation up m that portion of congress effi.ct. The effect of Huntington's correspond ence will however, be, to make it absolutely certain, that congress will refuse to pass the Texas Pacific land grant of about twenty million acres over to the Southern Pacific. SHOULD HAVE BEES HANGED. St. Louis, Dec. 31. James W. Cooke, who murdered Irs wife at Cave Springs, Mo., last November, by holding her head between his knees and cutting her throat was sentence 1 to 93 years in the peniten tiary. CELEBRATING THE EVENT. Ptttsbumg, Dec. 31. Right Rev. Boniface Wimmer, celebrated his fiftieth anniversary of entrance into The total expenses of the United States court, for the past fiscal year were, in rou ;d numbers, $3,000,000 Henry F. Giliig says that 130 000 American tourists have visited Eu rope this year New York City has passed an or- The demon Of dyspepsia has been requt-m- riecirte wires 10 etpelkd in thousands of households by the use of Dr. Price's Cream Bak iag Powder. There would be no The Canadian minister of finance restless nights, no low spirits, no ; is considering a reduction ia duties grumbling dyspeptics, if all the ar- on wheat from 15 to 1 cents per be placed under ground after May 1, 183-i, tides of our food were as whole some, nutritious and easy of inges tion as those made with Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder. Jame3 Munro, the condemned bushel. Professor Paul Pawey, of Paris says the United States is the dullest country he ever visited. He proba never met the cowboys of Arizona . .... . i mu inner, tenuccca to Le cangea ; A movement on foot among the on the 25th pro., tales the terrible Baptists of Manitoba to separate T. ' 1 1 .1 f,,SUKU tie it iu couj.y anu from the Canadian church and unite exhibits but little emotion when with the American Baptists. speaking of it. He expresses hirai j self as still retaining seme slight: A company of Dunkards, of Stauu hopes of securing a commutation of ton, Va., purchased, for $102,000, hia fttterce to life imprisonment on thirty-two thousand acre3 of land in account of his intoxicated condition Great Bend, Kansas, for the purpose tit the time the deed was committed. &f eetabiishiair a colony. Ricts are taking place between tho Orangemen and Catholics, at Harbor Grace, New Brunswick. Four men have been killed, eight mortally wounded and twenty slightly wounded. Terrible results are anticipated. Rpgular trams are now crossing the Atchafaiaya bridge, Louisiana on the Tej as Pacific railroad. The bridge has been under construction over two years and cost half million dollars. It is 1,045 feet long. The French government has de cided to prohibit the import ion of American salted meats. This em bortro doe3 not apply to the ports of Havre, Nantes and Bordeaux, where of new buildings I the arrivals will be rigidly scrutins ized. China, acting under the advice of the Benedicllne ut St Vincents coK European powers, has withdrawn its j lege. The ceremony which ineluds ing the degree of Arch Abbott of Armenca, the first ever bestowed iu durin-r the whole time by a single brawl of any consequence more than arises in any community in the older stttea where the chanceg are sup posed to be much less. Amontr the amendments made in the Episc ipal praj-erbook the words: " Lord, save our rulers" are changed to: "O Lord, bless and preserve these United States. Thos. W. Bar'ley. The remains were placed in a vault in Mount Olivet cemetery. A miB3 meeting is called for Jan- nary 15th, by an organization known as the Grand Army of the People. The object of this organization is d"clared to be the e'ec'ion of pres ident Bnd vice-president by direct vote; free postage; govcrnm"nt telegraph ; 'ax on all incomes over 10.000; unlimited coinage of eold and silver; protection against mon The royal speech to be submitted j optdies, and ot'ier radical changes. to the Spanish ci tes announces the extension of suSrage to all who can real and write and who pay laxee, w-.th a view to further extension and p-is-ible reforms of the consti tution, provides for civil marriages, trials b jnry.ond announce-friendly relations with all countries. A 20 g-dtl piece and a silver dol lar were found ou William Petty's person after his arrest, iu Portland, Oregon. He is a tambler. The coins were hollowed out, and in each hollow wa3 a mirror, and while they were lying on the ta'ile at an angle of forty-five degrees behind a s'.a-k of c.in i l front of the dealer, he could s.-e every card held by hia opponents A THAIN bobbhk oapturkd. Deming, Dec. 29. One of the parties engaged in the Gage train robbery h io lieen captured near So corro, New Meiieo, It is reported that he has marte a conf- sion civing ihe names of the four others who participated in the reibbery, but the fficers who made the arrest will not trive particulars at present. It is believed the other four will be cap tured within a day oi two. TRAIN WRECKERS IS OAKLAND. San Francisco, Dee- 20. An at tempt was made to wree! the local Oakland train near Market street last nisrht: the engine jumped tlio track but Ihe engineer managed to troops from Bachnia. AFRICAN SAVAGES. Cape Town, Doc. 23. In Ashan tee people are overawed by the slaugliter of King Koffez family and the daily massacre of his adher ents, hundreds of whom have been executed. Sixtv-eit:ht of Koffez' children have been killed. When his adherents heard the King's life was endangered, they sent 80 men as ab tly gnard; these men remained with K-.flez several daya, with the consent ef trie present king, and were then sudilenly attacked and all kilied. THE RIGHT KIND OF A HAN. Chicago, Dec 29. A Washington special says that Judge Payson, who was in the West this summer to in vestigate the Pacific roads, is doing effective work. He has mastered the subject of railroad land grants and 'this country, was participated in by bishops from all parts of the Ua ted States. POORLY ATTENDED. San Francisco, Dec. 31. The ceremony yesterday afternoon re presenting the funeral of O'Donaell who was' hanged in London, was poorly attended Nt more than 250 wire in the procession. Tue Boarel of Supervors and prominent Irish organiz itioas in the city de clined to associate themselves v ith the movement. DEATH OF A NOTED MAN'S SON. Cildinnati, Dee. 31. Jos. Long worth elied at Woodburu at an early hour this morning, aged 70. L ng worth was a son of the late Nicholas Langworth, who amassed a great fortune in ieal estate in Cin riunati. Deceased spent most of his long life that he will cause many million managing the large estate left him So far he has reitivid no religious consolation, Mid if the wrrbt comes to the worst he expresses his inten tion iodic giinie. II is eo-prisoner. alias "Tex,'' l:o lids fair to expi ate his murder of Connors at Flag stall, on the gallows, appears Mt be entirely uiicorttenied for what the future may bring forth. Beyond v.iiriiig home for funds to be used in pre curing ccun.-el forhis. defense, lie h b exhibited no interest in the uiatUr. Hintr. With the adveet of the New Year we aie pleased to introduce the real cs;ate firm of Patrick and Hickey, v.ho will conduct a general land busincs, iccludiug surveying and .'uldividlLir; making negotiations and transfers, renting city properly and colleciii g rents, and also insur ance. This firm is composed of two of cur young hnd enterprising citi zens, who are both already identi fied with ihe interests of the com -mur.itj', having earned for them selves reputations for honesty, in tegrity and business ability, and we heartily commend them to public patronage. II. R. Patrick, our well known Givil Engineer, has been a reskicEt of Phoenix fcr five years, n uowiEg n:s profession ot en- gineenng and surveying atd having thus at quired an acurate knowledge cf the ai;ds throughout the county and of the resources acres of land now held by spacula- by his father. Jos. Longworth leaves which they posses,s and havina had tors to be thrown open to bona fide settlers. PADDT RTAN FLUNKED OUT- Chicago, Dec. 28. Paddy Ryan who was expected to meet Sullivan in San Francisco next mo'dh. left for Toledo unexpectedly two davs aeo, and late last "night telegraphed here: "I have to throw uo every thing at present." Par-on Davies, who had been managing Rvan's af fairs, had arranged for Paddy's ap- a wife and son, Judge JNicholas Longworth, his daughter, wife of Colouel Gto. Ward Nichols. P.T. BARN UM's WILL. New York, Dec. 31 P. T. Bar- num has just made his will, in oreler that there might be no question s to his sanity on which to contest af ter his death. He had eminent phy sicians to examine him and secured their attestation that he was of sound mind. The will anel its' codicils pearintr in Minneapolis and St. Paul cover more tllau 700 V0 ieS in a sparring expedition, ana nad also bi'led various places on the Northern Pacific road, with the ex pectation that Ryan would anpear as his principal attraction. These exhibitions were to he riven on the way to San Francisco. On receipt of Ryan's telegram Davies wired him to the effect that he was show- njr the white feather and was afraid to meet Sullivan Ryan replied that he wnild return to Chicago as soon as he could move his mother. Later be telegraphed Dv'es that "every thing was off." i"cludins his meet ing with Sullivan, ns his mother was very sick. Davies comments very freely upon Ryan's conduct, and says it is a clear cse of flunkyincr and that Paody is hiding behind his mother. Other sporting charaeters declare Ryan is in no conditon for a match of any kind; that he has been drinkinsr hejavily, and that in a se cret friendly match with "hwiff, the Prussian, the latter showed himself the b"st man, so that Ryan has no business with Sullivan. A Toledo (Ohio) telegram -ays: "Mother not eriously sick ; attempt will still be made to hold Rvan to the contract." cap closely written and disposes cf real estate and personal property of the value of $10,000,000 to 27 heirs. The property is in New York Brooklyn, Bridgeport, Colorrdo and several other places. Mr. Bartiuin values his interest ia Bamuru and Londoa shows at $3,500,000. His bequests to charitable purposes arc numerous and large. TURN-ABOUT IS A FAIR PLAY, New York, Dec. 31. It it stated on the best of authority that Villard resigned the presidency of the Northern Pacific ou Saturday. He refused to be seen yesterday. Bil 1 ings is said to be his successor. BROKEN DOSE OF SICKNE3 AND much to do witji our canals and pub lic improvements, is well fitted to enter the uew field that he is about to add to his business. P. J. Hickey has resided three years in the terris tory, during wnich time he has been connected with some eif our princis pal business firms, forming a large circle of business p.cquaintances. Mr. Hickey has hael many years' ex petier.ee as a practical acco untant which, added to his experience as a searcher ef recortlsand conveyancer, has given him a thorough insight into the various real estate transac tions wc bespeak for this firm a long and preisi-erous existence. Judge Traux, of New York, has refused to admit to citizenship a Ohinaman who had taken out his first papers before the passage of the anti-Chinese law. Marquis T?cng, the Chines" min ister to F.auce, is described a-t a genial little gentleman or sinsuiar simplicity auel gentleness of manner, which conceals sterner stuff "His smile, it was childlike and bland." There are 1,509 railway trains starting from London, and 2 2M coming into the city every day and of the whole number 1,750 are da voted tG suburoaa traffic within thirty miles of the city, They have a muddle in Virginia over the elections to till vacancies in the state senate caused by senatcrs Accepting federal offices. The legis lature refuses to rrcognize the writs issue d by the governor. The Supreme Court of the United States has decided that the district court of Dakota had no jurisdiction in the case of th? Indian Crow Dog, tried and sentenced to death for the murder of Spotted Tail, and that his imprisonment is illegal. Secretary Frelinghuysen has sent a letter tc Commander Cheyne, of Toronto, saying that the scheme to reach the north pole by balloon is deemed impracticable. (No opinion is given as to w-hether the moon is made of green cheese.) Hay and Grain for Sale T. WOQ3NUIV3 & CO., Proprietors. ARCADE Brewery & Saloon CkolGe Wines.Lipors & Cirrars We manufacture the FINEST BEER I in the Territory. Orders IToraDt ly niTed- C A-. LUKE. Phoenix Hotel, C. SALATLI, Prop. North Side of Washington Street Above the Plaza. PHOENIX, A. T. B. B. rARIUMQT 71 1 TT FflOBDlX B. BJLDRIOB iiirson. Wet Wawhlnstoei street. PHOENIX AKIZCXN A. 0,000 Home-grown Trees in Stock, with orders for 50,000 more. Fruit ssi taalaliTrsa of All lth at lowesi cash prices: Farrington &Baldrige, i ropi lerois. Gill Ff's ESTAURANT, ITurssry of Northern and Semi-Tropical . MJIT and ORNAMENT TREES , Los Angeles, Cal. P. O. Box 128. Letter liist. POLITICS. New York, Dec, 31 The World says one of General Grant's friends says the ex-president will probably be confine d to his bed some time, Harttee, Frank the fall having caufeel a lei6on of a Hill, Chas R Unelaime-n letters rema'ning in the postoflice at Phoenix, Arizona, Dec. 24t h, 1SS3: Air.swonh, G A Pike, J M Bennett, Charles Pike, John M Caldwell, Saml Swtnton, Bertha Clink, John H Wimett, Henry C ark, W E Wheeler, Mr Clayton, Win Whitcomb, E K Dilda, D W Lula, Noriega Duncan, L E Marto, Noriega Dalv. Daniel Lorenzo, Guerrero Dutcher, Chas A Nicolava Garcia Davenport, D N Miguel, Villa Eisner, Reinhard Santos, Cowno Gi roy, C Miguel Masias Francisco, Morega Hijino Barrios muscle in liis hip. It is stated that .n-een, amuei juanano meuuois Grant will not suporrt President Lewis, Le M Lepcz Arthur, but is vcryfriendly to Lo- Leard, Henry Le Avelrdo Orasco gan, particularly so for the gallant McCormicb, C Lucia Martinez fight Logan made for him at the Mansfield, J Ysabel Salcido Chicajo convection. McDurmett, P II 1 Domingues Washington Street, oppo site Court House, has run for FIVE YEARS. OLDEST and BEST Eating House in Town. Sets best table in the city. Single meals 50Ms. Three meal tickets $1.00 WE have a large and FIRST CLASS stock of. FRUIT TREES, GRAPE CUTTINGS, VINES and iidiFGAJN T SHRUBBEV. All trees well rooted and buds and scions taken from bearing trees. Our Nursery Stock took the FIRST PRE" f-M I U fil this season at the Los Ageles District! lair. "Catalogue and piices on application. H. R. Patrick, ' ivil Engineer. P. K. HlCKET, Ho.ary Public. PATRICK & HICXEY, Rol Estate Agents, TANDS SURVEYED. SUB DIVIDED, J and Sold on Commission. 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