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COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. Published Every Evening Except Sunday Thurs!oj-, - - - January 8. J8St4 LOCAL LINES. Blanks, LiKraii m Notices, Quit-Claim Deed,- bargain and Sale Deeds, Bimils and Mortgages, and Jus' tice's Blanks ct all kinds, fir a!e at the Heraij office. Coldness. i'nnw in tlie mountains. SeviD? Maonines of all kiada re paireu at McNulty's store. Two new buildings begun yener day. Whepley kepps a very 6ne cigar. Ask for the Upinan or Ambrosia. A..E. Fay is making a good paper Of the Champion. Wasted Ten thousand men at Ihe falace baion to accept a of pleasant and profitable situation to drink Tom and jJerty. Brlham Young, Jr., arrives In Mesa City tu-day from Maricopa. Travel by the stage couclies keeps up a pretty fair lick. The Garden City Drug Store bag the sole agency for the celebrated "Punch," Havana filled, ci gar. Mr. Gundel of the Gila mica mine anrvcd in town this morning. A fine Florence Sewlujr Machines for ale cheap at McNoiiy'B store. The Epttmph comes out with an eight page edition to begin the year wit!). chiton, Topeka and Santa Fe ronlo containing a map of the United States, colored to show the portions of country each staidard of time covers by the new system of time laic ly adapted. A rumor reached town f-day that "Falt " Smith well known here and all over the Territory, killed a nil- road engineer at Kingman under ercut pmvaoatiion. How true the story is we do not know. The Sentinel mourns that Yuma can't t-et up the old-time number of Christmas drunks. Keep trying neighbor don't lose het.rt as long as there are the women and children to fall back on and yu have a ra'lr- ad to ship io the go-ids. Mr Geo. Martin has been in Tuc son recently, returning this week. He will shortly remove to th-it place, having purchased a drug store The Olden. Member or Cnir . WM. D. KELLEY, there lli.-bnsin-ss will b c induc ted here the same aa formerly fr for present Ssnti iel . Dr. Goodrich wi1) leave Phoenix afsout the 10th of January. All thai W:mt Dental Work done will do well in call on him sion. The real estate Arm of Patrick & Hickey yeseidiy sold a block of eilit acre? m the Uenuia adaption to Phoenix to Mr. MT. G. Moore in A$c d Sen-vie. A Brief iieteh ef His Uf. We give this week an excillcnt likeness of the oldest member of the Hous?, the Hon. Wm. D- Ke.ly, of Philadelphia. Mr. Kelly wai born at Philadel phia April 12th, 1814, an 1 is there. Ths purchaser has already begun J fore nearly seventy years of aire Genuine Imported GuineaseV extra tout Doublin at i-her-nan's family L.iouor store. Mayor Carr, of TomLctona h.us ' been re-)cted. The carpntsr work on the curt h )ao will be anisbed probacy njxt week. Hair, Troth and Nail brashes and everything necessary for the Toilet department of it lady's boudoir to hi found at the Garden City Drug Store. Mr. Carey has sold out his furni ture business tJ Messrs. CuaniDg Si am and Mills. Miss Ifedbery, the sweet singer from Tucson; took her di-panure for the ancient Puebio to-day. Lu'j'.o't soips, Purzoni's Toile Powders, and a complete assortment of Domestic and Imported pi-wcl-rs md 60p at ihe Garden City irug gtore. - " . Mr. Litrrille i opening up h-s tract of land southeast of t wa and -will sell it out ia io:s. "Caribou Bmwq arrifl in. Piioe liix by the Prcscott. stae this morn tag. ' Messrs. Llewyllen,. K. A. Flagler and Sir. B.igh-y w re piisengers on tho Maricopa bound stage toMiuy. haul in T lumber u-joo the lots and will at once put up a good substan tial residence. Our loHg time fri n.l and brother of toe quill, CIihk. A. Gardner, list stepped out of the St. Helena Siar. Charley is a good writer, a food I iewelary estiblishment. Havi ruMier, anu a goo i lenow auu we nearued the trtida he removed to i. .A l . i. : . n;vA f v I Boston where he worked five years RttnV UU KtiS IliC 1 .111 UCI 1 llUir, I ' I t . 1 TJ- : . j k ai ..- as a journeyman lewener; lie men returned to Puiiadelphia and began He received a very Ihorongh educat ion and began life as a proof-reader in a printing office in his native city. After a few 3-eari service in thij c - pacity he became an apprenrica iu a Ass"cite Jus'ice A. W. Sheldon anived from Maricona to 4 av l v u,e slu"y 01 law aDU ,D lQe cnu,se private conveyance. He will remain of time entered the profession, also here till to-morrow when he und devoting himself to various literary Associate Justice Pinrtey will jour- I Dursuit , " . , .1 Mr. Kelly was twice elect;d Pros- the SHtnu'n of the Sunrpme Court J which convenes next Monday. ecutiog Attorney of the city and it, - , . . I county of Philadelphia, and wrved llr. V Igus, manager for Frederick 1 11 & Hill who have the contract for f,,r ten yea'9 as Judj;e of lUe Court d'in the iron and tin work on the I of Common Pleas of that city; w court nouse lias Just receiveo- tne 4 delegate to the Kati ;nal Renubli- iron :ting doors for the six wooden d-ll-i and the iron fir the four iron tanks that are to bo erect-. ed, also the creating for the tower. The work of putting the cresti-ig, doors and tan'ss in placd wiil begin in a day or two . The New Tear edition of iUe Al buquerque Jottrnal reached us t -day j and ie a fine specimen of Albuquer que enterpnae. A. numoer or Albu qvjeique firms have had cuts o their can Convention at Chicago in 1S80, and one o' Li-.cola's heartiest Bap-, porters, He became the candidate for the Thirty-seventh Congress and was elected, and has been returned consecutively every term sii:ce bin first election, by an average mijor ity of a' out ten thousand over his Democratic opponent. Mr. Kelly h s been and still is a place of business prepaid and the conpicious figure in onr National tirt paiie is devoted to tnese. On another page is a fair map of the Albuquerque country io general and fourteen other pag-e are devoted to a description of the city and sur roun.iinjf region. MirT. w: Hine, C. E.. ha just re- Legisiature ; his utterance-i command ing a prestige consistent wi h his long service and variej experieiice in public lifo . His greaiert ambit ion is to continue during life In his pre-e,nt position is rpresentitiva they wiil be open for business about the miJdle of February. CHEAP TALK San Francisco, Jan 2. A Chrons icle Chief go special says: Hunt lugton has maile politicans very in- dignaut. A memb'-rof on of the committees which Huntington in ticiatcd be "Oxed" in the 44th Con gress, said today: "That man's talk U an infernal outrage and his insinuations are criminal. Another thing is very clear ia this Hunting ton business, and that is ho has cooked hi3 goose in his attempt to get the Texas Pacific Land Grant. I should like to see the representit iveorseuator who will enthusiasm in behalf of any measure which Huntington or the Southern Pacific is even suspected of having and in teiest in." WANTS AN IXVE-vriOATION. St Lons, Jan. 1. A dispatch from Texas sai l Frink Hurd, a con gressman from Ohio, will introduce in the house immediate ly ;.fter the holiday recess, ici-oluiions c-illed for a committee to investigate the con duct of B'ew;,ter Cameron, John tY. Bown and Z. L. Tidball.r' conneclcd with the deparment of ju-tico in Tt-xas against whom specific char ges have been prepared, and which will be presented at the same time. Tidhall is now United S ates mar shal in Arizona. ThU action is said io oe instigaua uy A.. JNorton, an extra marshal ia the northern dis trict of Texas, and who is an uncle of Frank Hurd. A VEiiY poo it saowiN-a.' New Vobk. Jan 2. The report oi the sub-committee appointed l nveitigate the cornlitio.i of the Ore gon Transcontinental company has been presented to the executive com mittee. The assists to Jannaty lt were as follows:. Oregon R. Ii. and Navegation company, 162,027 shares Noithern Pacific Preferred, 103,700 shares; Northern Pacific Comnio i, 17,934 shares : Wisconsin Contra stock, 18,714 ihare3; Milwaukee and Lake Winnebago preferred, 12,775 shares ; ditto common, 2,200 shares; Orrg a and llaliforuia st ick prefer red 150 shares; ditto, comma l 400 shares. Oregon Iron and Steel com,ia-iy. 1,S0J shares; Oregon and California, second mortage bonds f2,000,OCO, land earneJ and other real estate as per ledger $736 EG9: Oregon Improvement Co, 574,128 share; Puget Sound Riiiro:id and Lumber Construction not bonded 1401,022; Northern Pacific Railaroy b-il mea of account $174,208, cash $102,929. The liabilities of the company from the best sources are snow. i to b" as follows: Bills pay able, 110,522,500; credited voucaeis $393,733; Oregon Koilwayand Nav.s gation Lo. 45,595. Tlie (ar T ISet h tei.ein. Jlr. Frank Gilbert, in hi "Worlds llisto ical and Actual,' pase tiiirty two, quotes the learned Prof. Gouumier as follows: "la 1887 the 'Star of Bethlehem' will be once more seen in 'Cleopatra's Chairand will be accompanied by a total eclipse of tho sun and moon The star only makes its appear ance every 815 years. It will rppear and illuminate tne heavens, and ex ceed in brilliancy even Jupiter when in opposition to the sun, and there' fore nearer to the sun and brig litest The marvelous brilliancy of the 'Star of Beihlehem' iu 1SS7 will sur pass any of its previous vi-itations It will be seen even by coonday shining with a quick, flashing light t!ieiuti:e year, nftc-r wh.ch it wiil gradually decrease in brightness and finally disappear, not to return to oiir heavens until 2202, or 315 yiais after 1887. The star first attacted the attention of modern astronomers ia the year 1575 It was then called a new star. It was i.o new f-tar liowi ver, for this was Ihe star which l.one so brijrhtly 4 ti V: and was the star that i:lumi;mt'-l the heavens nt the nativity of Christ ." Flowe Kentucky, nao old BourlKia Whiskies, Claret, Port, Kherfy, Cucanionga, Madeira wines, "by the gallon or bottle at J. K. Rciz A Co. Mr. C. H. Mosher has res uined the quill on the OattiU. Mr. Thorn ton goes back to Tombstone. Ia our enumeration of new firms yesterday we omitted the roal estate firm of Patric.i & Hickey. Every one will be welcomed by our genial manager, S. M. Huston, who will be always on hand to dis play goods lo both patrons aad vi-it-ors at the Garden City Drug Store. A. siew residence is going up on the block south of Gibson's stable n the western part of town. A general good time is reported from the leap year party at Mis. T. W. Brown's last evening. The Fportsman presents its read . ers with a nun.ber of fine engravings of noted horses with its New Year's number. The Miner has just entered on Its 30th year and the Sentinel 13th year. Grave and reverend seniors, they. Adolph Leibenaa has commenced the manufacture of candy. We were shown some samples yesterday that were equal to the best. From childhood to age, all use St' Jacobs Oil for all kinds of bodily pains. It cures. Furniture, doors, snsh and blinds have started for the Quijotoas. Kot so much concern ab;ut the bouse part of it. Tfels morning two registen d pack ages reached the post oCice th t had been mailed at the same tune one in Washington, D. C , and one in Signal, A. T. Deduction: It is as far to Signal as to Washington. Goldman & Co. hare just received a large lot of elegant bugeies fro n a well known and responsible eastern firm. Take a look at them. Hon. Geo. H. Stevens Is on the string for nomination by the Dem ocratic coLVei.tiou for Delegate to Congress. The best cigar in town is "Regalia lc Gar.:ia," warraitej clear Haliana tobacco, a b x of them will make an elegant Christinas present. For sale at J. M. Rutz & Co., who are also ole agents for the "Travelers Com fort" brand, ju;t the thing for sa loons. County Superintendent Greeahaw has appointed Messrs. Winche-ter Miller, Chas T. H iyden and John L. Gregg trustees of school district ya. 3, Messrs. A. J. Halbert, Neil Peterson and Geo. W. Nichols trus tees of school district No. 13 . Fresh roll butter, egss, choice can dies, 'Missouri app!esat Whepley's. We acknowledge the receipt to dty of an elegant foldsr of the At- r jjfeived from Troy, N. Y., a splendid from Philadelphia, and his coustit- umiit uid oi ' . I utrucy vui uj uuuut sa-ura uuu mi provements which laid down here uono cost C208. Mr. Hine h 13 to-day been laj-iHg off Mr Linviile's addi tioo to Puoeaix with his new iustiu mtut and finds it works to perfec lion. He is now prepared to do ail kinds of surveying and engineer work. The following are the winning numbers taking the prizes offered by Geo. F. Coats. Those holding du plicate numbers will plee call and get their gifts. Should all the du plicate numbers not h ive been drawn the numbers will be publish ed Saturdav January 5th, 1884: 7, 9, 12, 14, 24, 26, 31. 32, 72, 79, 87, 82, 99, 112,115,122, 123,123, 141, 156, 102. 163. 170. 175, 183, 206, 228, 229, 231, 233. 246, 253. 2G3, 287, 269, 271, 283, 287, 298. 300 The correct number of beans in the jar is 3103 Richard Fowler is entitled to the lamp; his being three 3,000. Lil at Iral ijflller'a Jewelry KjsajMMi iu. Ladies' diamond pins and brooches; ladies' ai d gents' goid watches, chains, rings, pins, etc., of superior quality, warranted as represented in every case. Ladies', neck chains and lockets; gents' silver watches of the different American manufactures to suit any taste all of the very best quality. Silver rnugs, napkin rings, match &afes, fruit knives, and many other things too numerous to men tion, among which is a clock that runs 400 days without winding. We have heftre us an article from a Washington paper, which, if true would make it appear that U, S. Marshal Tidba'l has other business east than bringing his family to Arizona. The allegations against that gentleman arc of a very grave nature and if true, and if the inves tigation now bein stirred up which will involve Mr. Tidball goes on there will doubtless be a new U. 3 Mar shal for the Territory. The article referred to, however, is from a Democratic paper, and the matter is viewid from the Demo cratx standpoint. We c inuot say, however, that we haye a great amount of sympathy for Mr. Ti 1 ball. Here in the Territory he has seen fit to cajole Democracy while he pretended to bo a Rjpublican and if he guts nipped by th:Democ. racy for his pains he has no one to blame but himself. TELEGRAPHIC. Haaonie Banquet and Vail. Arizona Lodge No. 2, F. and A M. will give their Annual Graud Ball and Banquet on the evening of January 8th, 1SS4. Sojourning brethren in good standing are in vito d to attead. J. B. Creamer, N Ro knthaL. N. Ueiikick, W. F. McXcltt, M. MlTCJIELL, Committie of Arrangements. Tbe Latest Bonanza in California. Bikbeu, CAr,. Mr. Thomas P. Ford editor of the Mnmtain. Tribune of this place publishes that the greit pain-cure, St. Jacobs Oil, has worked wouders in his family, and that he would not be without it He states thai among :.ll ihe people iH. Jacobs Oil is the most popular medicine ever introduced. Kitnatlon Wanted. By an expert and experienced ac countant, as book-keeper and clerk. Salary no object. App'y at this office Situation Wanted. By an expert and ejperienced ac countant, as book-keeper and clerk. Salary no object. App'y at thib office. CITY EXECTlOW IN TOMBSTONB. Tombstone, Jan. 2. The munis cipal election yesterday was the hot test contest ever had in Tombstone I he principal tight was on mayor, council and chief of poliee. Oiher offices there was not much interest taken. The mull was as follows: Mayor John ( 'arr, re-elected; Chief of Police, James Coyle; Recorder, James Reiily; Attorney, W. H. Savage; Ti-easnrer, Frank Hatch; Assessor, T. M. Empxy; Council First Ward, R. L. Kni-ht ; Sec nd Ward, David Cohen ; Third Ward, H. Schmiedinir; Fourth iV'ard, J. P. RafTerty. For tax collector the vole is very close between D. S. Gage and B. James and an official count is necessary to determi je the result. TEN PEUBONS KILLED ET A COL LISION. Toronto, Jan. 2. An accident oc cur red this morning on the Grand Trunk railway at Humbler, seven miles from this city; a suburban train containing workmen ran inlo a freight train coming east; ten per sons, chiefly men employed at the Ball works are said to be killed. THE POSTAL TELEGRAPH COMPANY. San Francisco, Jan. 2 The or ganization of the new postal tele graph and cable company, was per fected by the election of John W. Mackay, president ; George T. Ooo, vice-president; Henry Cu'iimiugs, second vice-president and general manager; H. L. Horton, treasurer; George vV. Willi-un, secretary and Wm. H, Fairbank, superintendent of the consiruction company has completed its pole liues to Washing ton by way of Philadelphia and Baltimore, and from Chicago to St. Louis; from Buffalo to Pittsburg through the oil regions and from Fostorio to Toledo. The wii e3 on these lines are now being strung and Adulterating; unit a'livorlas Wines. Various ingredients are ofteu added to iuferior wines, to give them the fi .vor of more expensive ones, and British wintB, to make theyi resemble thoe whi :h are im ported. Substances are lo added wi h the object of communicating the aroma of the geuuine wines Among the first class are bitter almonds, almond cake, the essential oil of altnoad, or parffcraoly, its colic solution. These are u.,ed to impart a sherry or nutly taste lo weak flavored wine-, such as oor tdierry. ruuSt, raisin, purrnip, and other similiar British wines- Khatan, kino, oa-i sawdust and bark, alum, etc., are employed .to give abtrinency, and the tincture of the seeds of raisin, to impart a port wine flavor Atnon tne sub-t;inces employed to import, the bouquet of the finer wiues may be mentioned orris rcot, eau de ff--u s d' oran ges, neroli, e3en;:e de petit graiu, ambergris, vanilla, violet petals, essence of ce lrat, sweet-brair1 clary, el-.er flowers quinces, and cherry-, laurel water. A grain or tivj of ami)' rgris, well rubbed down with su .car and added to a hogshead of claret gives it a flavor and b mquet much esteemed by connoisseurs. Wine Miiiivfact xirer. Tho -.whip has a good dfal lo do with giving the habit. J He colt urj:ed lo a. fa ter pace than it can trot naturally breaks into a run. If it docs not recover after a few sav age yanks at the bit, the lash is ap plied, and then breaking is ustociat- ed with puuishment thereafter. The violent snu'ehing injures the mouth, and as the pain is partially reiuved by pressure, a sharp hold is taken of the bit. It takes some time for ihe pupil to learn thin tho trot is ihe pice the driver de:-ins and 'this knowledge will be acquired inudi more readi'y if not frightened. Timidity is. not overcome by vio lence, aud in ninety-niue cases iu a hundred fear in place of vice is the cause of w.o g-doing. Sportsman. The newest brocaded Ottoman filks are iu designs of fruits and trailing vints, ard the ecissois of the dn ssmakerw will make as great havoc wish apple", plums, aprlnots, hops, nasturtium grapes, a.id the like, as thej' did last season with the heads of Insists and birds. ? KH-SKSitiiaiKw jji! ajfig&iijftiiaai n.wiitj'i:; THE GREAT GERMAH REMEDY FOR PMU. Relieve! &ud cur. RHEUMATISM. Neuralgia, Sciatica. Lumbago, BACKACHE, BIAllCSS, T0OIH1CEI, SORE Tlir.OftT, QL'IKST, SWELLINGS, Eonsss, Cut. BruiKt, FROSTBITES, Eritxs, SCAL11S, And all othrl-oill? Mbes FIFTY CISTS 1 BOTTLE. I.yall lYnijei-st ani Dalrs. Pirecliuud iu 11 lauguagea. The Ctirl x 1. Vcgelfr Co. (SnooaMiri to A.VosclerAGo.) Baltlaiorc, B 1., I . S- A. DR. L. H. GOODRICH. AT niS OLD STAND, BAKX EXCHANGE r flHOSE dnsirine work shnnld oall eoon JL tlie may bo urief. Delivered in Phceuix from my ranch Morning and Evening. C. A.TWEED. Cic!s for Feeding Pris-cnera. XTOTIfE a Bi.nid s heiebv eiven that the f --nuervisor 01 Maricopa cni.n y. A. T., will, o th l-ti !fnv of Janrnr.v, E5. . SS4. at ill -ir inlce in l'nofitix. at It) o'elork. u. ni . ol" t -:t day, receive a -pl'-d tid? f-ir i. etiit.g ill ; cuujtTy p.-i -o--r lor Ibe y!br 1K4, at eo cii-cu lor ecn uuii tv rv nieal Iu--niHiiea I'.oarl r;Ktrv..- the riLht to relict a.uv By order of Boaid. Deo. 18 h. riliSK COX, Olcrk. J. T. Ai-sap, A. C. Ba ib ALSAP &. BAKER, At' a Walad j d aU OtfaitV.lVi U m CFFItF.-Olit Court Koue. Phoenix, A. T. rjoncn. Redemption of ITlaricopa County TWTOTICE id hereby eiven that tberc if iy iio-winthe Huklna Fim I of Marl enpa County the um of live tho:itaijd ftiur hundred and nine (S5,40ft) dollars, at d bdt wiil be received by th-j uudor- eigrned. at hi. on'ce, up t JMouday. the eighth day of Janu ry, 184, t 10 d.c ouk A. M. of sail day for tha Burreutler f xlii- county w irrantp of Maricopa Count? on the ieue.al Fui d its ied prior to April The bills mnst be in th? form of tt:.1ed rrnoRlfl. addressed to thu undrBifirued. pud must co tain the wanants ropoed to be t-unendered and the vrica at which they wiil be surrendered. No hid wilJ lv- connidred Tar m re than the faro Tulue of -kid v. a-rants with isten et added. If no bii(ari received tu-i monev will bo apply d u i on the oldest warrants and in-tctet-t on the same wiil be fliopped on the tla e above mentioned. ii. F. KJS M PER, Treasurer of Muric;pa County. Arizona. -Dec. S'Jih. 1SS3. S iefs for County Printing. VTOTrf'K is bcrebv p'ven t1 at the Board of Sunejvt-or of faricona county will, on the l-4tS Cny rflauu .", - Ii.. lAA-i. it their .'ffice iii tiie city cT t-uorii.x. at 11 o M(H-k. a m.. of n at duy. r'-cf ive walfd bids I'-rtioina- the couuty iirtittin? tor n vtvar A. T 18ft t. at so iruch for each and every q arter. Kaid hida liiiiat h3 inr do rt? iu printing wuttu its 1 r niiy i rtiTSMrir vr oo con f r the county, inclnd.nf? the oubliehii s cf delirquet iiftt and all pubiica tions icon rd by l av to b- mad ! by coun'-y ciiicers, aii DjanK?, rcuns. war- nnii, atfl nunntes and order of th Hard. The perpon ro whom thr contract ip award d will be rt a'tir-,d to srlve a cood bond fir il.'K)). l-fourd of 4.lpfirvFo) lvcrve the right o rejec anv finci nil ring. xsy order oi iioard tut- in- n or uc. iW3, EKAKK COX. CKrk, UaSaankMaHa3aia3UMll TUTTS U t3 E In o)J times it was held to be es sential that a fast trotter should be a pulier. In those days a sellt-r would ei ol the horse ly stating tliat he had -jl '-goo l month," m-eaning by that that he would pull so hard that it was a trial of strength between steed and driver, and strong arms were a necessity to control most of the trotters ef that day. The very best of the reinsmen of the present are men who arc not 'endowed with great STi-tigth and these have a knack of managing the hardest mouthed horses without a dead pull J-'txterity is more potent than stretch, and Chipney'e aovice to the jockey, to ride as though his ruin was a single thread, is tquil'3' as appropria:e to the driver of trotters. Not only is the dacgor of congestion lessened, as there is alo more free-. dum .f motion, ant onsjquentlv. greater ability to maintain the speed. Sportsman. Young girls is society when in full dress, .re wearing the hair ar-. ranged in five or six heavy curls in the back, confined low in the neck by a spark li. g ornament of some de scription, a sabre wilh a hilt of mock diamonds or Khiue stones and pearls, being very popular. Damiana makes the old young and the weak strong and healthy. All wine merchants, druggists and grocers sell Diniiana Bitters. You wir.L never have a our ston ache if you drink Damiana Bitters. The sale of an article is the criter ion of its merits. Damiana Bitters have large sales For a good appetite driuK Dami ana Bitters. Call for Boca beer at the Boca Beer Depot. Damiana Bitters regulate stomach and is the best tonic. the A rosiTivK cure for dyspepsia Daioiuna Bitters. For health, strength and vigor drink Damiana Bitters. 3 TORPJD BOWELS, DISORDERED LIVlir?, and F AUARiA. From tUetu sources ariase tUree-fonrths of the diseases oft be ur.uian race. Tlieso Bymptoms indicuto their existence: Xoaa of Appetite. Rowels costive, Stele Headache, fullness after eat aversion to exertion of body or naiud, ErurUtioti offaod, Irritabil ity of temper, Low spirits, A feeling of having jaegle . A aorae duty, Iiz-Ki-uega.2 " tt t he Heart ,lot s before .-. - ee. liisthly colored l'riue,COxSTI PATIOS .and demand tlie use of a remely that acts directly on the I.iver. As aLiver mcd icineTC't'X'S PILLS liave no .t".. Their action on the Kidneys and is also prompt j removing all impurities through these three 44 scavengers of tle system., producing appetite, sound digestion, regukir stools, a clear skin and vig orous body. TINT'S PILLS cause no nausea or griping nor interfero with daily -work and tre a perfect ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA, bold everywJifrc-S&a. OtSfel .'.iuiTHySt..N V . Gkat Haie okWuiskem changed in stantlv to a Glossy Black by a ainglo application of this DTK. 8oll by Druiy i;ist s,or sent by express on receipt of iL OSiep, 44 Mnr'nv Street, New Voi k. STAUANT. Washington Street, Two Doors East of the Court House, SO. 3054. TrfiBBry Xepartmeiit. Office op Compi-iioi.ler I OP THE CCKHENCT, ) V.'AsnixQTON, Sept. 21st, 1883. Whereas, t.y satisfactory evi dence presented ti the undersigned it has been made to appear that The Fir.-t National Bank of Phoe nix," in tho town of i'hoenix, ia the county of Maricopa and Territory f Arizona, has complied with all ths provi- ions of the revised Statutes of the United States required to be comp ic-il wilh before nn association shuil be authorized to commence the business i-f b.-.nkinsr, -VotJ therefore I, John S. Lang woniiy, cting Comptroller f the Cunency, do hereby certify that "The First National Bank of Phoe nix," in the town of I'hoenix, in the c unty of Maricopa and Territory of Arizona, is authorized to commence the business of banking as provided in section fiity-one hundred and sixty-nine of the Revised Statutes of the UuitcJ States. In testimony Khtrerf wit f n I n,'SB m' ''- rid ami sel f of office this 21si duy of ' f ' fcept rnler, isaa. J. 3. Lakgworthy, Acting Comptroller of the Currency Bids for County Physi cian. -TOTICE is berebv griven that the Board of Supervisors of Marioou county- will, on thr- 14th dftv of Jtanu ary, t !.. 1HH4. at their office in the city of Phoenix, at 10 o'clock a.m. of that day, receive seali-d bi la f-r medical at tendance tor and on all comity patients, to atleud all fiaiieut in count hospital, and to utlei:d on Prob-ire Court tt exam, ir.e Insane periling, ai d to furnish all medicine and medical a ttecdance for all county f-atients whatsoever, including co'irty pri(ion-rB and all perFone confined in any place who mav be indigent or un able to employ a physician for ihem pelvea. Eida are to be for Ihe whole year 1S4. at a certain sum fur oach and everv quarter. All or any perpon- wh . 8 - JiLJf-! may De accepted will be required U ?PORT. wttn me isoara a oona in tne Fntn nr Wt.e I Thouoa- u Doliaro with eood and sufllcien ciir-ti that he or they will faithfully disscharjre their contract The Board reserves lha right to reject anv ana ai o-.ua. I5y order of the Board r,f Supprvisors. i'KAKK tOX, Clerk. Doc. 18 18S3. FAMILY LI injurs Second d or IVcst of the Court House, Washington St., Plioctix, A.T. We Lave on Land iLe st complete stock of Wines and Liquors, especially imported for tLe Uol.day Trade. IHfOipED WIMEg Hp LIQUCI. , Champagne .Louis lloedcrer Vermouth .Noilly Fret & Co. Cognac J. II. llenryssy & Martell Anisette MaJie.l3razard k Koger Benedictine Ly&bbeye, De Feaamp Chartreuse Garneir QuraCCO S .... E, Lafaune Ar Co. el Corcenigal in Tiiest Berber (Co uveO Ivite Meder fe Zoon, ScLiedam Hoord & Son, London CI - Hi. H arasehino Absmthe .0 Hofiand Cin. St. Croix Rus : ip . . tJr,RaiUU rujm G U i n esse E Xt ra StOUt E.fc J. Burkes, Dublin Hfr"rfTTr . . T . r T W win . Tnnnnrl ffltJii W NhS MiU 1 UuUKtS. I A r A-- i yr Eclipse Champagne "v.... A.rpid naraezky S,Co. S?Vtt j, rs ri npiirhnn W 5i"r!c Ij,- vvi Krirtrura iVistillerv Co Scur r1ash Bourbon Whiskies-Vock Spring Distillery Co.' B LACK BK lilt Y J1KANDV. "V PEACU BUANHY. Champagne ctdek, By tho bottle or gallon CUC AMONG A WISE, S30000 FOR $2. th 1 THURSDAY. JANUARY 31st, 1884 JSeiralnr SXonthlr Draw ne wii: xr.ke tiaee in ine a- sonic hall. 3iafomc lemnJe Fr. Liebb TUCENIX. .ARIZONA Best Eating: House in PMi ISorrl, Per Month. . Board. Per Went Tim e Veiil Tickets. Single Sleals.. .?25 00 6 Of) . 1 00 50 EVERYTHING FIItST-CLASSI POLLOCK'S ... .AND . CONFECTIONERY East Side Plaza, PIICENIX, A. T. Rye, Graham & Wlsat Breai French Rolls, Etc., haVert and deliv ered twice a dy to all parts of the City. Fresh Pies. Cokes and Crack ers Constantly on Hand. AVe employ two lirsr-rlass linkers and any extras in our line will be pnomptly attended to. C3?"U;inclers and Threshers sup plied with Bread delivered, without extra charge. O Q a: Eersa hviprat!?, O ti e oidesi kkeat- EST na BEST EE . KDY rf for the curt- of Ntrv. us vi;rA-h i.i Hnatnys-icai in-nuitv, vi- .i-k- lopb or M-Liihnficl. failing: "ijS Vt roory a d He x"l anri CO s ' Impmrnre Early Ie- O VFS-r3cn-v-1 -3'f mrt. semi- -J $7 WE KN.8S ad u uir ecu ,7 ii v s . j-'Uiu:u loltit-p and abus- nt liX- . fESS f)F .MAIIi'MCi. r y-; f s , perm -ncniiy prev nis Li-'.sifRi C5 Ihepysteu. as thousand? T. ...... i,. w. .....i ri'il-'sp tlie Kf-meiiy. In the past :3Vri Quariot or a niur wnicn it nan uecn oeiorc me puu-- lie ciS it Is Incised a Wondertnl Remedv toniner the nt-rves, vii: cft.hrnintr the muiscles. y ccecKiretne wat-t-. In visr- oratini? the whole ayttemand rc-torin? the afflicted toliALTllaud HAP PI- MS S. Ths Djctorwill irree to forfeit $1,000 for a cc.e undo taken notcured. The iea- von fo many cannot net cureo. or eis nea and ibe above disea-t f1 1 owin to a comr.lieiition called PW STATOKIEA, i-liich req-iros -i-eciHl trea-mcnt. I)B. LiKBIo'a Ivvions tor. No. 2, i tho onlv cure fo Pto.-TiTORHE . By it MAxnoon is restored and the hand of time moved b ck f otn agrc to yontli. Prireorcither In vigorator , C&ge of nix b. tt'es $10. Sent to nr ad dress, covon d cecurely from observation. ls. Ii-b!.r 3t t?o.. treat aiiccesefnl ly by Hi.im.eohathy every fuim of SI'K O'Al fHIVATB ir CHitOsl- DISEASE without mercury or naaeom drug? If vitilitv if drained Irom the b d numer ous i-i-ef follow that baflle ordinary med:cp.l trea'.ment If allowed toeonlin ne, tio nnnaturnl log.- causes . onurop tion, Dtabete. Briabt's lieai.o Insoniiy etc. Curef i'iiaroiei-d Diseases of the o nrinaiv orcans. kidneys liver and bluddej p-cia ly treatea. Jiiukass op WoSKN BHSEDILY CLRKD Qua iffvtl nml it-ponMtb!e Tr. Lie i-r & Jt. fiom EcwirK.are organised In complionce wiih California Medic 1 Law IJiploma pro. nred b ret-ular col lop ed-.ieHiion ai.d are now in their nine teenth jear of npc;ial practice.. Moi powerful electric belta free to pa tients To Piove Tbe Wonderf.il r-wer of the iNviGOaAtou a $2 E ti e Given or Sent Frke t 'onn'tK-i n free nnd urivnte. Hit. LIEBK.'.S WuKDHBRL GKKMAX InviGOhatok i- pr-'tect-d bv copyright ii om l-aieiit office of Ui'ited Slates Gov ernment. -re ol imitations Jailor addre-s. 1,1 FAS i ii I -K.S 1 K V, 400 Besrf rtr.-ct San Fruo. i-co. Cal Privnle entrance 4Q-, t ihoii St jet, foor Marks up G--arv a.'reet Irom Kearny. Main eu nance through Diapeusary Drug Store. For Sale. FEW HIVhS OF FiRST-CLASS A Italian Bees, lnqui'e of 1 PllANK COS A. Lawfol liOttry and Fair llraniiisii Chartered bv tne i.esrislaLure of Ky. and twice declared leeal liy tho highest court iu tne state. Iton 1 eiveu to llenrvcoun ty in Ihe enm of $10U.OOO for the prompt A. itevolutfon fi single IVunbe rPKvejy tic&et holder hlg own us. perviaor, an call out tha number on hi ticket and Bee the cor responding number oa the ta: placed in t he wheel in hie presence. These uiawinss win occur on tne last rnnrsaav January Si lieme. 1 Pllze $30,000 1 Prize IO.ihio 1 Prize 5.00U 2 Prizes, 82.500 each 5.000 5 frizes,' 1.100 each 5,000 Pr.ises, i0 each, Apprxnitu 2. TOO ! Prizes. 200 e :cli, 1.KO0 !) riz s, 1"0 each. " 900 20Piiz.s, 50i) each 10.000 100 Prizes, l'X)e-,ch 10.000 00 Prizes, fiO ea h 10.006 500 Prizes, 20 each 10.0HI 1000 Pr zea, 10 each 10 0CK) Tickets. : Bn'f Ticb-. PI , H7 Tickets 6-50: 55 Tickets, .io. Remit money or, Bank Draft in Le't-r. or send hv t xprees. no.'T SJNI BY K K GISTERED LETTER OR POST OF L'-.lin ja:n lis, until further no e ORDERS of $;, and ltpward v r.Tj)-i ss.can t,n sent at our ex puna' - all orders to v . - c lilas, Louisville, Ky" t-lu-tuw. I Z O N A MrsJ. J. Hani Practical Shop on the Corner of Cor tez and Washington streets, in the Otero Building. For Sale. NEW FRAME HOUSE, -with one or two lots, Euquiro at promises, corner Jenersoa ami 1'ine streets. oltf A Is now beginning to receive tha at tention from capitalists it deservs Grenter progress is certain to be in 1884 than in any previous year. All interested iu Arizona should subscribe for the WEEKLY hoenix Herald. Situated in the central part of the Territory, it is best enabled to watch the progress being made. The Daily of 28 Columtss, AND THE- Large Weekly, -OF- Thirty-six Long Columns, rnaEKTS to its readers A complete history of each week of the varied resources of Arizona, and pays especial attention to home jews. "Sample oopil'o scut free. TERMS : Weekly one year . . . $4.00 " Six mouths . . . $2,00 N. A. Mobforp, Editor and Proprietor. ANGELICA WINK. KRBT. MUSCATEL. HOCK. LA RET. ZIMFANDKL CLARET. WHITE WINE VINEGAR. 1 - From best Sonoma vineyards. Every article we sll we guarantee as represented. J- M. MONTANO, Manager- -rr- 111 Ulf lll'll IS ore, CH( UC GOODS ! ! riew Style Celluloid Dressing Cases Perfume Stands, Fancy Odor Cases, Celluloid infant Sets, Toilet Stands and Sets, Cigar Oases,Ladies' Necessaries Holiday Papeterie, Fancy Stationery, Autograph Albums, Photograph Albums Complete Stock ofs PURE DRUGS and CHEMICALS, DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES, PATENT E3EID!CarJES, PERFUMERIES. FINE HAVANA CIGARS, CIGARETTES, AND TOBACCO. All from the East, to be sold at Eastern Prices. mt S. IvI. HUSTON, Manager, THE GARDEN CITY DRUG STORE. I LK! Delivered twice a day Morning and Evening. Three bits a gallon. 10 cents a quart J. B. MONTGOMERY. GRAPE VINES. Well rooted. All leading varieties; from $12 per 1,(X0: Orrupe Catlings Irum MlK'Lorl.lKIO. General Nursery Stock. ExpcrU-ncrd In rack.iig fo lonj, distances. All siock lilih' ai.il true to name. C OATES &. TOO L. PCity, Ci .Z. WILSON & CO., OF PRESLOTT, A. T. Bog leave to inform tho mercliahls aud ranchers of Photr.ix and Ma ricopa county Hint they have the largest and best as borlmeut of good umi at their saw mill south of Prescotl that hns ever bern put in this mar kef. Meicinint ible, Clear, 8ur- Admlnlstrator's Notice. "VTOTICE t liereby plven that th nn dor gni-d has own appoir;t!-tl ml miniflrutor of tne -8tte or Lee Siup.de ceased, and ojedito--8 re heroby noiiued to eome f jrwurd nd settle their account with th-- same immidiaiely, nnd all per sons huving claim g-iiiiBt the taia o present them for adjaiitrnent . VV. T. SMITH. Admbv.r.rator of tie KtU ofL 64oa Vandover Bros. FOH1VAROIKO . a AD Commission Merchants, MARICOPA, A.. T. JOHN R. SILSBEE. HOUSE AXD SIQX PAINTING! AGEfiTS WANTED btrw Tn hnrllA nnr (T.I. I'M. V4 HII.V HII1L. Jiew Subscriitiiou tition now niaflv, taa l elerant evtr i)roduwd. Superb riioto. m AYf.lnivA dftMiimR. iliivnUv iimxined ciiroTH trade, and KUtndard i)nllict-.ons : 1. Manual, llitortos, eto. We oiler uiiriTnllad f.iri Al.itnlwwl Fl nriri "i. it Itiiolic iSlanual, llitortos, eto. We oiler uiiriTnlled fuced, Sli'.tCUed X l 01 ir.g a . U UUSUt j;,, with exduslTe terriuay. Write to . SIII5itiLKS,LTHAII OAIRD & DILLON fl,Apj rtTTArtK AfflTTr DtlVfi PnbLshra.ManufetiirHrandImnoTterJjkeind We are prepared at the shortest notice to fill orders with prompt ness and despatch . lour Grain or Bn n Taken in exchange for Lumber Z. WILSON & CO., For Sale." N IM'T.OVEU FAItM oflGOaero. (W miles we t rf town; iu ii'lf miU s.uih i-l ti-.et anil Onni. fr ce 'iv. - -HApplvtw XV. i I.I Eit I"AAC.