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lfc!tf 1 ssuttMcriptiou iv- w . ... 2 cte $ MlO 13.00 (U V.ltU. Ouu Year Th'Bi- M -;b HiT Von-hii Un" Vij;- in Ailvm ce. UkV iSil liill''. ' .2-' 2 HO . MM jOj Ar.i.i ti 'iur. vmcK Ton auveutibing Akl) Job Katk. Thi- i :r m !) t nil ir PnnclKsl ud : n.-tcru l-liitae . TUnibUay. - - January lO. - mix i promis ed in Congress th!.s vr-eii forfeiting the Texas Pa cific land "runt. Co.vgke-i.-iikx have -jot on their frjjieo iv d huve fettled down tohui Ucss. Investigations seem to be rmnapn.i .-ro i n t f-1 f r ing m.-.tters aro' liable to be d--Telopod. . So fak from, an attempt to get the IViss P.ic;8:: ffntnt confirmed this winter by C ingress is Ffuntinrton thnl he is now fighting for delay and to keep tbe matter from be'ng taken In the ci3i; of the Postma-ter General ng-iiust the Lous'ana Lot tery cuipiny, thecompmy has ob tained iu tho New Orleans Circuit Court a perpetual injunction a?s.inst th-ir imi's baing witheld by th'. Potin ister General. Gesbral. Sherman came pre'ty neir the facts when he sail Arizona would not be worth a fig Uwlay -were it not for the railroads which have mide any e."tens:ve Indian disturb ance impissible and furthermore given lb a Territory markets and the means of reaching markets wilh iirHt-ient facility to render a general business possible and the settle-neat of the Territory a surety. 6ax Franciscans are busily agit ating the matter of a world's fair to be held in that city in 1SS7. At a recent meeting it was resolved to endeavor to get Congressional aid. A general executive committee was appointed and other measures taken toward m:i!;ing the exhibit a possi bility and getting the business into working shape. Who is tbe first ladv in the land? seoms to be the que tioa agitating the Washington mind just now even more than the question of who tbe at st president will be. The mo mentous question has been settled by President Arthur at a recent ban- quet appearin g at the head tf the t able v ilh the wife of Speaker Carlisle on hi? arm. He would settle it still more definitely by setting a wife of his Our farmers have completed seed ing for thi3 year. Most of the crops were in previous to the late rain and are now coming up very luxuri- enlly. The acreage sown wiil ex ceed that of lost year considerably. Mr. Y;n. Isaac has put. in about 639 a:re-; Mr. Jno. Isaac with, Mr. Pendegast have in about 1,090 acres; Mr. E. E. Lsaac has in some 573 iii'ies; Mr. J. P. llolcomb, some 650 acre-s ; Mr. I". M. Fonder has la up wn' b of 1300 acres. S ieriiT L. H. O Hoca Greenhaw and a num ber of other ranchers in that ncigh borlio ;d have i;i like large crops, and mostly wheat. The late rains huve si van the crop a tine start and an ab-.iad int harvest is, under ordi nary circumstances, assured. Dp the valley the same extensive crnp. ping is going on and it will be lutle u.ori if the fae's to estimate th-; c iruin crop of wheat at one h:uf more than the crop of last year. TELEGRAPHIC PALE OP A FRENCH RAILWAY. Paris, Jan. 3. It is said the gov eminent intends to sell the ttate rail ways. It is the belief that Itotsehild in hehu'f of certain great railways his o"Vied the goveinment 420,000, 000 fr.incs for the line.' If the sale i? c!iY:ct.d tbe government will be cn-ilit'cl to despence with the con- Icmplated lo.ia of 400,000,000 francs. 1'JI.E MEN IN PITTSBCUG. Pittsburg, Jan. 4. The number of idle m- n in the city at present is unusually lirge, owing to the glass cirike and depression in the iron and c.ml ir.-.de. An advertisement for "0 lubortrB in a paper Wednesday brought 800 reS-onfes. Reports fr.-iu various iron mills within the city iliow a belter condition of tilings than anticipated month ago- Ntarly nil the iron and steel works me running with fair prns-ert- f iucrea e of business during the j-.icscr.t motith. The P.epublic iron woi4ib will stait up Monday; th" Black. Diamond steel works are r.boui to lay a train of the largest ;!! woik, while several other mills are row working double time. Tbf-rc scrms to be a growing de-r.:i..d for iron, and manufacturers, tire i!nily growing more hopeful J!i;ine.-B is increasing and the out ock is more encouraging. A P.ATCALLT ACT. i.KAVKrwOKTif, Kan., ju. 5. V!;' vacj of the Kansas Proh bi t!o:i si, was er;ieiea by uuknown pi-iS:-r:E ti'Digh', who P'cl the forms. Half the type was thrown iu u .-love and melted. WiLL NEVEB GET TUROCG1I. ' Dublin, Jan. o. The- United Ire laud piitilibhcs an ucc uat of the murder of Carey, wriltou by a geij tlemaj who received it fro. u O'Uou nell. T:ie acc -unt sliis thi.t O'lJoiioell deliberately killed Carey; that there wits no btruzgtu and Carey made uo att ck ou O'Douuell. f I id Hud Judge IJouuiar permitted O'Donuell to speak he would hve led the whole a lory about the kill- FAGS KXfRKSSES HIS VIEWS. Chicago, Jan. 5. EsCongress nmn Page, of California, passed lhi3 rriiy yesterday on his way to Dakota. Speaking of the Huntington letters be Bui.l: "I think the letters Hunt ing! on wrote were very injudicious and unjust to many congressmen and senators, and that they did not fully explain that he is left in doubt whether his adverse criticism was directed arraiust them as friends or enemies. or because of their weak ness ns representatives. He spoke of different parties nmong others Jji LJcli n being a!waK tight. Page declared that a number of tTi.e Ban Francisco papers, when he was first nominated for Congress intimated be was in the interest of the Central Pacific, but he r outi cds his vote was never in their interest unless it was his vote last February to consolidate under one management the Southern Pacific wiih connecting lines tr the Gulf. He declared in his-view the Kansas Pacific wi uld fail to re-cue tbe fourteen million land grant; he sail he believed the democrats would favor fr.-e trade and free, ships but would not dare carry the d c trine inio practice on the eve of a r.residenti-il election. He believed the rrpublicnn party has a platform on which to win, "uncompromising pio'ertive tariff. INTENSELY COLD WEATlIEIt EAST. CuiCAG'j.Jan, 5 The ihermometer at rive o'c'ock this morninsr dropped to a point 27 degrees below zsro, whiah taken with the cold record ye-terday, makes it the moat severe showing in the way of extreme weather known fir many years At 8 o'clock the themometer stood at 24; fit the s-ame hour in K -.nsas City it was reported at 24 helow; at St. Paul. 20- Omaha, 3i; Dabuqu", 32; DesMoines. 24; K-okuk, 25. The effect in this city lias been in a measure to partially pa-alyze the ordinary course of business A MOVE IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION. Washington, Jan. 5. One of tbe members of tbe California delega tion has, it is understood, in pre paration a resolution which is to be offer, d in the house ordering an in vestiga' ion into -the affairs of the Alaska Seal Fur Company. He pro poses after the fact3 are all brought out to follow it up by a bill taking from the Alaska Seal Fur Co. its privilege of ca:ching sals for the reason it has never carried out the provisions of its contract and has al ways violated it by catching more seals than allowed by law. CanilNAL CARELESSNESS OF A MOTHER PrrrsBCKG, Jan. 5. A Duke Cen tre, Pa., dispatch to day says: The dwelling of J. V. Game, employed in the K''3Ttone Oil Co. on Kir,7.ut Branch near here, caught fire from an over pressure of gas, whlTS Mrs. Gartner was a'oseat and in a few minutes it was in ashes. Four 1 Title childien aged from one to s;x vears were left in the house and all per ished in the flames. Thomas Mc Ilale fished the bodies out of the ruins this afternoon. They present ed a horrible sight. The parents are wiid with grief. DEATH OP AN EMINENT.fi 1CRM AN. JTet York, Jan. 5. Dr. Edward Lasker, tbe eminent German, died suddenly of heart disease at 1 a. in. to-day iu this city. KORTHEP. PACIFIC OFFICERS. St. Pacl Jan. 5. Private advices from 2few Yo:k gives the following as the new list of officers of the Xorth-.-rn Peitic railroad company: President and general manager, fhos. F. O.tkes; general and chief engineer, Adua Anderson, who is now chief engineer; Superintendent of transportation, J. F. O'deil, who is now superintendent of the Eastern Division COMMERCIAL TRAVELER STOOD UP. Wilcox. Jan. 6. W. G. Vande- water, a commercial traveler f i F. P. Macy, one of the pioneer mer chants of Wilcox, was robbed this evening atiout five miles from Wil cox, the robbers two in number secured fifty dollars, the proceed of the tale of a lot of merchandise which Mr. Vandewater had dispos ed of t Fort Tho nas. The robbers are supposed to have gone in the dirtction of Mexico. GENERAL SHERMAN AND THE SOCTH- EHN PACIFIC St. Loos, Jan. 7. In an inter view recently published in St. Louis, Gen. V. T. Sherman, speaking of railroads in general, is credited wilh having said that some rail roads, uotsblv the Souihern Pacific have been badly treated. They areheatre with Senator Jones, appar- as civalizers. simply invaluable: the government could have afforded to to build them and give awty miles on either side. Huntington is really entitled to the land grant he i try ing to secure. It is unfair to call it a steal ; tbe ro ds acro.-s the west have put the Indian question in a manegable shape; there could now be no outbreak which couid not be quelled before it had time or an op portunity to spread. Arizona with out the railroad would not be worth a nicklc. going TO retaliate. Wasaington, Jan. 7. Congress man Calking proposes at the first chance he hai to introduce a bill to arbitrarily prohibit the importation of Freiich wine3 and brandies so long as prohibition on American hogs is allowed to stand. He thinks congress will be forced 10 take per emptory measures iu order ta reme dy the injustice done to one of our chief articles of American export. Cn.AS. DELMONICO MISSING New York, Jan. 7 Chas. Del moico, the famous restanranter.has been mi-smg for several days past He has beea suffering from nervous prostration whiU had affected his luiud. TUB COLDEST IN 133 TEARS. Cuarltton, N. C. Jan. 7. The thermometer -his moridng at four o'clock stood 13 degices above Z--ro, the coldest weather iu 135 years. 4 CJL. KATHBONii's CASE. Hanover, Jan. 7. i'o. Rath bone's physicians are of the opin ion that the.r pathsnt will recover physically from hie wounds but be liovu it will be necessary to send him to an asylum. ABOUT VILLA ItD's ADMINISTRATION. C-ATCveo, Jan. 7. Horace AVhile, Tieasurer of the Oregon Hallway and Navigation Company, sl.itcd yesteiday, that the amount d ie that company from Henry Villsid was about .$340,000. This sum he said, represents a balance of a running account between Vlllard, person all. and tbe Itailway and Navigation Company. It was Villard's custom, whenever money was needed by the Oregon Trans-Continental Compa ny, to rais it on his personal creJit. I have known of Vlllard raising as much as a mil'ion dollars on bis DersonaLereditfor. the. jpurposc of helping the Oregon Trans-Continental Company, or other corporations in which he was interested. PRESENTED ITER TO MRS. CARLISLE. Chicago, Jan. 7. A Washington special says Sirs. Louao is credited with a neat political triumph at President Arthur's New Year's re ception. Noticing that the wife of Register Bruce, a colored lady, was almost ignored by her sex, she qui etly escorted her along the line and introduced 'icr to each of the ladies assisting the president, FATAL FAMILY TROUBLE. Portland, Or., Jan. 7. Early this morning Alfred Yanke was as sassinated by his brother-in-law, Jack Murray, while walking on the street wilh Murray's divorced wife, who is Yauke's sister. The shoot ing was done through pure m dice. WHAT MORMON APOSTLES SAY- Chicago, Jan. 7. The Times' Salt Lake special says: In the tabernacle yesterday Apo-tles Can non and Woodruff both declare that Mormouism in all its feitures and doctrines would bo continued, whatever congtess or the country might threaten, and that the prog res of the church could enly be stayed by killing all lue saints. ROASTE CHINESE BABIES. SAn Francisco, Jai. 7 Two Chinese babies were burned to death last Saturday evening. It is assert ed thnt the deed was purposely committed so as to ria the mother of the (Care of the children so that she might be used for immoral pur poses. TWENTY-SEVEN PERSONS BURNED TO DE'TH. St. Louis, Jan. 8. Further partic ulars of the fire at the Convent Notre Dame, of Bellvillu, Illinois, Saturday night, slate that when the ruins were sufficiently cooled, vol unteers went to woik to bring out the bodies. It was a ter- ble sight at times; searchers ould find two or three chirred m i-s-.s lindtlea closely together seemingly seeking protection from advancing flames; two bodies were f 'Und iu in tbe rear part of the bnilding burned, into an unrecognizable m iss, but the majority were found beneath where the dormitory w is situated I'hev seemed to have sought shelter in this room and too late to recog nize that their escape was lmposi- ble, the flames beneath eatius away the support nnd letting down the floor iuto the seething vortex of fire and smoke. Tiie total numoer of known dea'.hs is t entv-seven. of whom tweniy-'wo were pupils and five sisters. Among the latter, a Sister Superior. The fire originated in the furnace iu the basement will bring in a bill forfeiting TEXAS PACIFIC LAND GRANT. Washington, Jan. 7. It is under stood Huntiii.'ton is trying to bring a pressure to bear upon Gobb's polo lie lanuTjommit'ee o see if action on the Texas Pacific laud gr int can not be delayed. Huntington and and his party do not expect to get anv favorable action from this Congress. Congressman Cobb has said that he intended to bring in a bill this week forfeiting the Texa-) Pacific land grant. EXTENSIVE FIRE Cincinnati. J.m. 8. Proctor & Gambles' extensive so:ip and candle works, the lar jest in th.i city, are on fire with a prospect of tot d loss. A general alarm has sou ide I. Toe loss will probab.y aggregate $200, 000. OPERA HOUSE BURNED. Cleveland, Jan. 8 A fire this morning destroyed the opera house block at Meadvi.'lc; loss $100,000. DEATH OF A CALIFORNI N. Washington, Jan. 8 P H. Mc- Gowun of California, recently ap pointed Revenue agent and detailed for duty in New York, died sudden ly at the Harris House, in this city. Saturday night. He attended tic ently well and returntn.'to his room was attacked with hemorrhage a-.d died before Jones could be summon ed. He was well known anions mining men in California and Nev ada and was formerly connected with the business department of the evening Post at San Francisco and latter with the mining stock papers th ere. SEW TRIAL ACCORDED. New York, Jan. 8. A short time ago Marie Prescott an actress got a verdict for $12 500 against the Am erican News company for circulat ing a newspaper containing an al leged libel. The "general term of the superior court reverses the judg ment and directs a new trial, MARRIED IN ENGLAND. London, Jan. 8. Charley, a well, a well known baritone, and Eliza beth Ennis, a wealthy American were married yasterday in Viuna. THAT SETTLES IT. New York, Jan. 8. The woman suffrage state executive committee denouLce Senator Edmunds proposi tion to d':hfrancbUe women in Utah t as a gross wrong to non-polygamy and to polygn mists by compulsion) and as punishment without trial of those who believe in polygamy. They call upon New York senators to resist the proposition. TIRED OF WORKING ASSESSMENTS SAN .FRANCISCO, Jan. S.li IS stated that J. W. Dent is unnounced as having been foun 1 dead at the Alvord mine, near Daggett. J. W. Dent is a cousin of Mrs. Gcu. Grant . He committed suicide; he was in bad health and was working Out, his assessment 011 stock he held in the mine. He leaves a wife in thie city. CALIFORNIA BILL. Washington. Jan. 8. Represent ative Tully introduce a bill appro pi ialiug f, 130.000 to buy a site and erect a posdofhee and courthouse at Los Angeles; also a bill ma,klng a judicial district in California out of San Diego, Los Angeles, San Bernar dino and Kern couutl k, to be krown as the southern judicial district court to be held at L03 Angeles, ses sion to begin ou the first Monday jn Aprii, tne scct.nl Monday in August and the first Monday in December. An additional judge is to be appointed wilh a fnlary of tS.OOO. The bill also provides for a marsl.nl and district attorney. A T STEWART B RLMAINS RECOVERED New York. Jan. S,- Jndge Hilton realized the danger he bad incurcd who he refused to negotiate for the recovery of the body of A. T Stewart, thr iu gh the attempt made to steel his own scven-year-old-bo3r which attempt was fustruted;. then came nuominous letters reading "you were ia time last night: rest lime you will be too late." Hilton then yealdi d to Mr-. Stewart's views of the case nnd negotiations were re opened. At last the sum of $50,- 000 was fixed upon; the thieves iu-t-it-ti d tp n eetmg the moncv in hand before delivering the body the place selected lor delivery was 11 small bare hill in Westchester Cou ty, commanding the approach from every side. J he directions to Judge Hil od ran virtually thus -'we will be there at four o'clock Sunday n.orning with the body; you send rue n in ui iirn cd.cn fc ot wilh $50 000 for us when he has given us the money we will leave him in pos-. session s of the body." i he pro gram was carried out; the money paid and the body r coved. While negotiations were pending the vil lins pioved their indentity by send sending to Judjje Hi ton a piece of paper exactly tl.u size and shape of a pii ce of zigzag clothe they cnt from the !i dng of the coffin they h id left b.hind them iu Stewart's vault. COUNTER CHAROES. St. Paul, Jan. 8. Mary H. Ver milye to day filed a- anwr to her suit against Daniel B. Veimilye for divorce, she having denied that she committed adultery with Gene-oil William Myers, ns charged by Ver milye. i?!e charges Ve"mil3':; wit.h beini a habitual drunkard, gamhlcr and frequenter of houses of ill re pute, and that he tried to blackmail Myers. She filed across bill asking for a divorce and the custod of the Child. BIG FIRE IV NEW YORK. New York, Jan 8 A five story cotlln factorv at 191 and 193 Christie sireet soo:: ff e enrlv this mominc ana was destroyed as also the Lon don theatre. The Bowery alnvst adjoins in rea i-of the f .ctory. The firs is spreading, and an other theatre is burning The factory ftand- between tall tenements, nnd abuts in ihe rrr ou n alley cut'ing in fr.im the Bowery and Revington s rc-ets inhabited by a dense populat ion The denizens of the alley were threatened by tot ering walls in the burnintr factory, but were bu-tled out by the police. Loss said to be .f G00. 000. WASHINGTON MATTERS. Washington, Jan. S, The treas ury reserve of one and two dollar notes having become exhausted, Secretary Folger has asked Con gress for an nppropiialion of $150,000 to pi int four million ones and three million twos. Failing in in appropriation, the Secretary de clares he will have to suspend or decrease their circulation. The ap propriation for gold and silver notes and large denominations is believed to be sufficient. The committee on militsr' affairs has authorized General Slocum to report a bill for the releif of Fitz Johu Porter. Town-end has intreduee a resolu tion requesting the President to inv;te the co-operation of the over men's cf Am rii n ramus for I Keen' ins ti e establishment of free commercial intercou se and Ameri can customs; I lie union nbo propos ing corstitulioral htni nilmcnt by prohibiting the electi n of sanators the people. Thomas has introduce a bill srants intr pensions to all United States soldiers and sailrus of the Inte war who seived thirty da, s or participat ed in any engagement, and widows of all soldiers deceased. MILLER'S RESOLUTION. Washington' Jan, 8. The senate resolu ioD presented by Miller, of Ca'ifornia, and agreed to, is as follow: Resolved, The Secretary of the Treaury 1- directed to transmit o the sena e u documentary infoi mation in his possesion in relation to the executive ae:t of Congress, ens title "an act to execute.- certain treasury stipulations with the Chi nese," approved Mny 6th, 1882, to gether with all the facts that have come to his knowledge cf certain difficulties encountered by officers of tha trov. raieut in the enforcement of said acts. rejoicing over villard's resig nation. Tacoma, W. T., Jan. 8. The peo ple of this city rejoice at Villard's resignation, who has loi.g been charged with discrimination against Tacoma find in favor of Seattle, as the terminus, having private inter ests there. Every body is confident that real estate and business enter prise will largely iccreas in valua within the next six months. HOU-E for the pioneers. San Francisco. Jan. 8. The Cal ifornia Pioneers have decided to erect a building on their lot on Mar kit street, left to the society by James Lick. The estimated cost of the building is $150,000. From Tuesday's Daily. Mrs. C. A. Tweed is putting up a neat residence for rent on Adams street east of Maricopa. The Breeze has blown up another column, and now numbers four in stead of three. Wild ducks and geese are report ed to be very plentiful west of town and very destructive on the new crop of griin now coming up. Tom Davis, the infatiguable clothing man is again in town.ready to take your measure for a spring, summer or sporting suit. A number of gentlemen from Mesa City and Tempe are in town attending the session of Ihe Board of Supervisors for various purposes. Mr. R. M. Howland, son-in-law of our esteemed citizen E. Mayer, ar rived by this morning's coach fiorn Maricopa "mid will remaia in town visiting a few days. Messrs Whittaker & Kuitz are cutting out larce double doors in ihe front of the Woolsey building, formerly occupied by Guss Ellis & Co, preparatory to its occupancy by Bob Kern & Co. Tue-on his dis overed a Chinese leper m her midst, so far gone as to be nimble to help t-ia.sclf und very naturally wants somebody to do soioeihing to help her get rid of so udcsirable a teutint. .billy V ij us lias put clown a pipe to water in front of Fedriek & Hill's store, by first dinging down etsrht feet au:l then driving pipe some twenty fctt further, water is found, and a fine well is the result. Sir. Walter Hail now dispenses the liquid revivifiers lit 'Job Kern's saloon in a manaer that tickel- the fancy of all who pa rouize that po pu'.ar re-ort. Bob is h good fellow himself and h- sees that none other are in his employ. Tbe probabilities arc that we shall have a regular cold Bnnp one of these days. The coldest weather in forty years is repi rted from Min' 1 es. ta, Wise nsin, Illinois and sur rouiu.ing stHtcs. In several instan ces the muicury went down as low as 40 degrees below r.ero J. W. Abbott, who had leased the new hotel from -Mr. Lemon and gave uphisle se, was arrested last night on complaint of Mr. W. M Hitchins on charge cf obtaining mmty under false pretenses. It seems that Ab bott had sub let the bar room to Hitchins and borrowed sixty dollars on the strength of it for the pur pose us was alleged of procuring bar fixtures, etc. !-ince the base has been abandoned Abbott has failed 10 return the money promising it from time to time, but failing to "put up." As we go to press his examination is eoing on before Justice Morris The Arivaca stage company has been incorporated in Saa Francisco, Uli a capiial stock of $50 000. The incorporators are Monroe Salis bury, J. L. Robertson, S. D. Bar-t. ow, Alfred Coff and F B. Young- The company intend to run a line of stages from Maricop , via Phoe nix, to Prescott and to the Qu'jotoas, Pima countv. Index. Tcwn onncil. The regular meeting f the Town Council took place yesterdiy after neon; full Board present A number of billb were auilited and allowed. The matter of the opening of Har rison street on the southern h un dary cf the city was taken into con sideration nnd finally referred to the ity Attorney to report at next meet ing. Adjourned to meet Thurdsday, Jan. 10th, 10 receive repoit of the Town Marshal and Treasurer. ' (aijo:oo. Bona Meeting. The Q ijntou road meet In? "teas attended last night by a number of gentlemen interested in its construe tion. Mr. J. Y. T. Smith was culled to the chair and Mr. C. H. Knapp was ehcted secretary. The chaiimiin stated the ohject of the mei tiiifr to be the ap Ointment of :i committee to view out. the road and muke est. mates of coi-t and to appoint ti treasurer Messrs F. A! . Fowler. J. T. Porter and Wm. Ruff were appointed a viewinir committee to report at a call meeting and Sheriff L. H. Orme was ipi oiiited trea-urer. Meeting adjourned to meet at call of the i hair. J.et.e.- 1.1st. Lnclflimed letters remaining in the pi.i-toffice at Phoenix, Arizona, Jan. 7th, 1S84: Bluck, W II Lorvg, Harry, Bl .cK, Uidiam McChure, Curtis Ch. rry, L II Meyers, J W Carruiy, Win Miller, R Lt Callelt, Sylvester Marsh, Richard t'oui min, Jumes Forti r, M Hunt, A H Jones Tic Sanders, Mrs L Jones, T II Kean, E S Patterson, Sylvcst Passy, William Jackson, James T Talhott, Thos G Vamcr, t has CARTAS E6PA0OI.AS. Eulogio Martinez Fmnci.-co Lopez Pedro Valless Mariano Berduuo Antonio Cavanais Marillila lieyna Jo.-c .uu lieyna, Leonardo Gaicia Rofaela C de Kmz Call for "Advertised Letters." Geo. E. Mowrt, Postmaster. Statisticians of London ore a little surprised In a review of their figures to lind that the reported actual wealth of the United States exceeds that of the United Kinirdom by nearly $10,000,000,000. Taking into account houses, furniture, cat tle, lands, bullion, etc, the United States is worth $19,770,000,000 while tho other power has iu round numbers, $40,000,000,000. Ks.. Board of Ki: f rvisors. Office of Board of Supeuv sons ) Maricopa County, A. T. J Phcenix, Dec. C'Cth 1SS3. Board of Supervisors met pursu ant to adjournment. Present M. Wormser, Chairman; N. Herrick, Supervisors; Frank Cox Clerk A. C. Baker, District Attor ney . Minutes of previous meeting read, approved and signed. In the matter of S. E. Patten's bid to put gilt pointers attached to t he tower clock into new court roo-n, said bid was accepted by vote of a!! members present and price lived at $69.00. On motion and by vote of Worm ser and Derrick the official bond of J. E. Bennet as notary public wis approved by tbe chair. Phcenix, A. T., Jan. 7, 1S64. Board of Supervisors met this date according to law to hold reg lbir quarterly meeting of said board. Present: M. Wormser, Chair man; N. HerrJok, Supervisir; Fr.in'c Cox, Clerk, and A. 0. Baker, Dis trict Attorney . Minutes of previous meeting r-'.a 1, approved and signed . On motion Board adjourned to 1 o'clock p. m. One o'clock p. m Board met por suant to adjournment. Present: M. Wormser, 'hair:n in ; N. Herrick and A J. Ililbett, S.is pervisors; Clerk and District Attor ney. The County Treasurer and T..x Collector came before tbe B ard a. a I settled their license tax uuciuot for the last quarter which settlement was approved by the Board. The County Treasurer produce 1 his vouchers for disbursements dur ing last quvrter, together with his quarterly statement an I procee.le 1 to settle with the B ard o' Supervi sors. Upon examination of sa:d statement and vouchers an 1 after counting ihe money in the treasure on motion nnd by v -te of foil Board, Treasurers quarterly statement und account is accepted and approved as correct. By vote of fu'l Board trio follow ing bills were allowed and ordered paid : No. 1, T. G. Greenh iw, ' salary ns Probate Ju lgc, $75 N. 2, A J. Halbert, per diem Su pervisor, $60. No. 3, M. Woimser, per diem Su pervisor, $60. No. 4, N. Herrick, per diem, Su pervisors, $60. No. 5, Fiank Cox, salarjr as clerk and stamps $126. The matter of bill of W. Rich ins coming up, said bill being for Bup plies, nursing, e!c, of small 1 ox patients at Me-ft City, Geo. W. Bir rine made a st.-.tem. nt xplan.ttory of said matter to the Board. Oo motion the considera'ion of s.ii 1 matter wns continued and the Board adjourned until January 8;i, A. D. 1684, at 9 o'clock a, m. M Wormser, F. Cox, Chairman, Clerk. Piicesix, Jun. 8lh,-18E4. Board of Supervisors met this d;ty pursu nt to adjournment. Pressut : M. Wormser. Chairman ; A. J. Hdbert and JN. Hern.-k, b-i- pervisors; Frank Cox, t'leik, . d A C Baker, Dist' ict Attorney. Minutes of previou meetinj were read approved and signed. In the ma ter of the bill of H. Kichens J . Y. T. Sm th. member of health coinmitiee cm led and request. ed to mtike 8 a'ement in regard to expense of committee :it Mesa 'ie stated the commitiee sen; Dr. ln hoi ev to Mesi six or seven time and had to pay him and biitrgy hire also, also Dr. Muhoney vaccin ated some 300 at Mesa. Dr. Mahoney ma le five or six visits to Mesa City, but could not say if the goods seut were absolutely needed. On motion Boa-d adjourned till 1 o'clock p. m. One o cikcx d. m. iio t.I conv 'e- ed pursuant to adjournment. All present. On motion the following-bills were allowed and ordered paid. No. 6, A. O. B iker, Distriet At torney's salary and fees, $380. No. 7, John L. Gr g.i, si'ary us county physician. $150. No. 8, N. A. Morfor.l, printing. $62.50. No. 9, S. E. Patten, turyi-gpiu-pers, $104.50. In the matter of toe smill pox bills from -Mesa Git-, : No. 10, Goldman, merchaod.se, $23.75. No. 11, Cri-man & Turman, mer chandise, $24. No. 12. C. T. Hay-den, merchan dise, $17. No. 13, Wellington Richens nr.6 wife service as small pox cook, etc., $121. No. 14, G. W. Sir ine, health of fleer. $60. By vole of foil L'oar i it is ordered that a warrant bu dr.-uvu on toe gen eral fund in favor of T. L. Dspain for $G0 to pay the tnree in mt!i ex -pense of Calvin Baker, indigent, as per order made heretofore by the Board on Oct. 4 h, 1834. On motion and by vote cf f id 1 Hoard the following bills were a I lowi d and ordered paid: No. 15, F. A. Shaw, clerk's fees of Districi C urt, $G16 50. No. 16, L H. O me, sheriff's fees and disbursement, $3,419.05. , - No. 17, Clin-. J. Uobson, service in charga of pest house in Alesa, $25. No 18, C. R. Hokes, for all the nurses employed in small pox nt Mesa City, $240. No. 19, M. Jacobs & Co, merchan dise on hospital furnishing fund, $111.30. No. 20, Guss Ellis & Co., sctaper furnished toad district No. 1, $15. No. 21, J. T. Dennis, rent Of hos pital building one month, $14. No. 22, J. A. R. Irvine, rent of Supervisors' office and J udge's room $81. No. 23, W. R. Morris, Justice of the Peace, $37.74. On motion Board adjourned until the 9th, at o'clock a. m. P?'V srtTS' Lv if ROYAL Ij tj Absolutely Pure. Th1 powder r.VftT rari s. A marvel t ffKon ',-th. puriir arm t hi) Jtnu-M ?ilory economical lb;n xbr or dinary tir.rt nml cannot h 8 !d hi cotnp m ion with the multitude ot Jrw U'B . r-Ii.it -tv-Miit u!um or phosphate p wa rs. Sold enly In cans. hOY.AL BASTING FOWPEftro , cp.V5yw 108 Wall Sr., Now Tork. 61 SJ 5S ft TORPJSS BOWELS, DISORDERED LIVER, and EV2ALAR8A. From 1 iieue sources uride tliree-fonrtha ofthe diseases of Uio human luce. These symptoms initiom their existence: Lo8l of Appetite, Rowt-18 tostifv, bieU Itenduclln, fullness alter eat-iu-?, nvKrnEoii to exertion of body or niud. Bictatiou of fowl, Iri itnlill ity of temper, I.o-v cpirit, A feellnff of Iiarliigrieglfv some duty, lis liucRS,! ! rti -J at the IIeart,Iot before t.o it-yes, hfla;Ily colored Triup,Ca.TrS1iATiO.i,iinfl demand tbe use of a remedy that, acts directly on the I.iver. AsuLivor iiiedioineTUTT'S 1'ILI.S liava no : !. Their action on tbe Kldiieya nnC iiiiu is also prompt; removing all impurities through these tbrco KC-avesjaer cf tlie lyitcra,1 producing nppt-iite, onnd digestion, reguhti- stools, a cicur skin and a yig orousbodv. TITT'S Pll.l.SaiuBioio nausea or griping nor interiero wilh daily work ana are a perfect ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA. Hold evervuve reu8. Pt3fe44 'lnrrnvSl.S V. TTCTTS HAIR 0E. Gray Hair or Whiskers changed in stantly to a Glossy Black by a single application of tbis Dye. Sold by Druir giet s,or sent bv e xpresa on receipt ot $! OfTlce, 4i Miir:i v Street, New York. 133 The npcee-ily for pump- and rffe'ent hou-choWl reim'dipH is ivdv groin mo e iinpnrativ , Kirloi th- 1 1 o-t r rer- Sicmach Hiite if ;he chi f in Trerit a d t'- most popular. lire ui-uy ol 1he titomach and bowe's, m.iJ.-iri'l 'rtcrs, r.vor omni:iM:t. debi ifv, rhf-nm-tti m an-' mi ii o- ailmi nts. .ir-1 ihnn n-jbl co q i- r d hy rh!s it:cin;iftrHile fjit-ilv rstora tiv niirt m- 1; inal sef.- nard. ai d H in justly re-.-a'did i-.h the pare-t nd mo-t cmireheiisive cm dy of its cla- Kor salt by ail D.ujgi-u a.ul Deals m geuer aJiv. Furniture Shop. Go to Sheldon's Shop to get your furniture re paired, pictures framed, sign painting and job work done. S. op in 0 t.io's Building Cort:-z Street. lOOBLirtfCOBRAL FEED-YARD. Opposite Smi Ivs IV ills. r"hoenix H.Ov i'l CD' llt'C'ior; , Wj:l cgoiss wra wes m cigars, Hay and Grain for Sale T. WQ0SNUM & C". Pro. rietor-". Fhoenix Hotel, C. SALAMI, Prop. N'rth Side of AVashinton Striet Abi-ve the Plazn. PHOEXIX, A. T. GRAPE VINES. Well ronied. All leadinK varie irs; from $:2 per 1.000; (irit- cilUlllel Ioin S3.ue .w i.w. Genera1 Nursery Stock. Exp.ri. nci d i i-aek.ng !o lunfe distances. All - ock b.-ui ill ai d trim to ame. OATES &. TOOL, I-apa Cliy.Cal m i l Delivered twice a day Morning and Evening. Three hits a gallon, 10 cents a quart J. 3. MONTGOMERY. For Sale. 480J Al'KES OF TH B P-EST W HEAT Land in the va'le1, 10 ml ec west of Pro-nix. all in cultivation, enod Hmiipp. Stable, Blnckgrnith !-hup. and A 1 well of water. Price, .),(M)(). ALSO.THKEE WATER KInHT- TN the Giaud t'anal. i rice each JS500 3iyr Al.-B.KS A 1 UNO, IJNlM SmiVJ prov ed Price, S'i.OOO. rpHO VVATER RItiHiS IN GRAND 1 f.anal. Price, fcttcn. tSSStO. -I f HtfiAD OK MUI.ES AND HAR JLv ness and three Kioigat Wagons, Prioc, l,5i0. Arply to .3mr WM, IstA.lC. eK3 c-ESBi' rel-Jlflta S?3t- CELEBRATED '. - Ck J -I -'I -'S"'-v2 J3- l f ESTABLISHED 1852 WI. B. DEALERS IN Groceries, Wirses, Liquors Cigars. SOLE AGENTS FOR Vn! 13'atz Milwaukee Beer Dr. tie;.rert's Angostura BUtera Damiana Bitters Macnndray & Co's .Loli3 Roederer Champiigne llarasthy & Co's Eclipse and Grand Prize Champagne California Star Oil Works Comrinnj This space is ITursrry cf Uorthsrn ard Ssmi-Tropical s i 3 ri in liisitsy. r . . VHIiHifla.il fit. Ill P. O. Box 128. -"oooeccccetsoe WE have a large and FI i ST CLASS stock of FRUIT TR ES, GRAPE CUTTINGS, VINES and ELEGANT StiRUBBEV. All tre-d well rooted and buds and scione taken from bearing trees. Our Nursery Stock took the FIRST PRE fsl I U fifl tbis season at the Los Angeles District Fair. "Catalogue and pi ices on application. CO T O .FOR. , Dry Goods, Furnishing Goods Cltoi i: tt, Groccrieb, i iiriDtd ud l'ried Fruits, Hiirdvare of all Kimis, No tions, (iirars, Tohaccos, And ALL KINDS Or General Merchandise ! Areir rr Klnlrer Nrwlns tla t-llIDCS . Has just iec-it-d from the Kast and California, a con ph le, frt-sh and ivai rimttd i-t. ck -OF- Drugs and Chem icals of II kinds, Patent Medicines Fine and Super fine Toiset . Articles, And everything in the Drug line. WASHINGTON SI-REE r. Three Doors E ift of Court Hons. PHOENIX ARIZONA. ARCADE Brewery & Saloon CloiceWines,Lipors& Cigars We manufacture the FINEST BEER in the Territory. Orders rromptlj Filled- C rf. LUKE. i w j oar ztm y.' Jx. m m e 7 J. A. Miller's Chicken- Cock Whisky Two Stiimpp, Ml iige Old Kentucky Log Cabin Whiskjr Coronet Whisky Vigorit Ponder Company Proctor & Gamble's Cniidlp Eay View Distille.y.of San Francisco reserved for BWi r I es I ..si i I ti rr Los Angeles, Cal. (5. ffl. 6JI3M?OIJ, I WI PORTER, cokseller. Stationer GENERAL ADSCHO0L FURvlSHER. ALSO Circulating Library. . Plinioiaph Gnlierv a1 the tear. I3TR m-inher th old stand, tvr o noors east oi post mco. B. K. FARRINGTOW. H. BILDr.IBB Phoenix Nursery. tVent M nnhlncton Ntreet- PHOENIX. . . . . . AEIZONA. 10,000 Home-grown Trees in Stock, with orders for 50,000 more. fruit si 0:;.::r.:ll:r.3 of All at lowest cash prices: Harrington &Baldrige, Proprietors. TTT "oTOTrTf xT3 " pw fry? Jinurgg Nonia v a diva (FH :suonoTtqrid pivpirais pan" eptu nu aoj pdJCMlinj XrMJrp -uaStwpOArrnpxa m"inq l-IV 'Oioa qadns- -pnpo.itt a9 :tb-sr GOLD! forth wrfc!"gr'ia a vnnd i u ct-nt i.r Dv ta f. - IK' w i itl mali ou Kuke ft rvval, f that win put you in taw rv o: ju.. -nnp morp mo i y 'n a fw d i s ihuit yo i f-vrj it voi i-vrj l Y". C.nii tit. t- rmlv j iu n-quif d will fl:rt you worKN t ne nme r in i-nre The worn i un vea'lv 1 diietl t h X'f. onnff a-.d mi. You cm cfi I cfirrt fT'm 50 C ii t 10 $5 wery evrn';:i Ifcat u 11 wito wmt woric may test tho rnsh-es we nafce t"l niiparalUilod oftV-: wfifi are .t wi ll Vitir-fl d w- wpI bml 10 iay for th t oalil of wrrirgTin Fuii u irtiruuiM. dircilona. rt : , s 1 ft1. ini r w-ioie Time ro itie vc -tk. ;ch c .6 b-o-ntly H ire. lionV 1 -drw-ia ton son St co, Po. aiar: - - 4iitp.