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i . " c .1 f 00 . 10.00 "WasleS7- SC. H-w. h .r S . 1 . 4.iS. rei, A.lYre3 hs ua uru--.. .... AMD J Ua :t I !. pr-r utl Pe St nK 11 Ncwsfcmx r Af mlt In lean tia fc-iTti,tnIe. Ia amrorisa i to rout o'. Mil. a spotlit ihi pdjjo v -ir. i witt.u o.J;r ot proprietor. -7 -V. . - Mrm.rvn.tml t'vUronry 14. lf-l. f . J . jA 1 a. ICViliwa ne... e United Stales in the matter , iron and limiber, nrd ptr- j f the Uulied Stat, a tvn.pa I i j. l j j move in Tucsoii to hsv'e Judge tacdtr Ctrtr pbiH epi o'ntcd to place ts&du Vut::ct by the deatli JuJe Sheldon ia to the pvint. tcow of no Ijeltt-r man for the. lac, and arc sorry to knew that Ir. Umiibell positively relilie io feci Ft the place. Gr.KAT b.ss by floods ie reported i'.ong the Ohio rivr: The village fff Mocroe has been entirely sw pt sway, tn all stcnojts n uie country come the Tins of telegraph iices down, and a etneta'. dislocn- ' tion of the joints of commercial m tcrcouree. Xumerous cases of death by tJiownlrPg are repi'ited. DoyALD Kobb vri ites the Si-i'r Eclt that he h3 discovered that '-it is easier to wiitc editorial criiicisms in Anxoi.ft tbsn to get legislative wcrk done in Washington." The ifdicuiota fire thai Doi-ahl has jrot i-bent to the point, v.lten we con.-ider the fact that cot one Wli lias yet rasscd the House. It looks as though the life would be "consid ered"' out of the country in consid ering bill before cny thing can be done for, its relief in the many di reciions for which legislation is needed. The Becsoa Herald, cunyassicg the Democratic candidates for Con gressional Louor in the Territory, as this to sy of the Hon. Geo. II. Stevens: "George II. Stevens is en titled to lots if credit. Asa wan lie EUrda uublemishcd. Ue has beca tried in several potitions and in no instance fi.und wanting. He ha made a good Sheriff for G:aham county, and Fervid several ttsMons in the legislature, each time coming out with a clear record; his most notable action ia that body occur ling iu 1S73, when, nfter the entire Pima ciiuuiy de'egatien had stod before King Woolscy and with ups lifted harwln pledged their honor to tland by the bill locating the capital o,i I'hoenii, Stevens was the t-nly wan who Lnd any honor, and stoutly liiaintaincd his pledge to the end, rnd that, too, where such men failed as Sydney R. JJel.oug. Wm . Zeck cnd rf, y. II. Drachman anil a lot of others. Bi:.lVlti j.fcn rp t THK Salt' lire mi to nlrt TiUr. The Keavis cbiim bids fair to r iicU b test of its vi lidily at- in dis tant day, ami in a manner that may 1 once bring .he mutter io a focus in the Surveyor Gecetai's oaice, and how np the sulMstaoce of the claim which the "Red Baron" supposes he has upon thtss porti-m of the Tirri tory. Attorney General Claik Churchill ovri8 a flue property UL-ar town, and for some time has been cndeavoiinjj to obtain a concert i f actioii among the bar of this place on seine dcii aite policy to be pursued !u ci-.-aring up the ircubus of the claimed grant. It seems, however, that there is some difference of opinion among them as to the policy to be purmetl, "and the Attorney Geue: al lias con cluded to push the matter on bis own account, and to thai end filed yesterday evening, with the Clerk f the Court the fcllowing COMPLAINT: In the tVUtri-1 ("curt of the Second Juriici il District of the Ttrumy f Arizona, in and for the County of AJancopa. Clark Churchill, Plaintiff, ) vs. I James Addison Rcavis, lit ft. j Now co m -6 the above named plaintiff and complains of the above named d' fcni'.aiit, and Tcr cause cf action alleges a&d slows to the irt. Flint the said plaintiff above ,11V. is, nod for a long l:n;c lias been, the on'm-r, in the of and ci.ti lei to the 5f that certain tra-t, tl parcel of land and icai ilialc,. lvinj And bcir:j ii V x oi ,i arFeoi Tr;-ri;0-v V-ud r'' t 1 in V r fire fit F.orence, Arizona s-aid de scription ueing fto-orriitig io wie United St:ites official survey thereof, together with oil ami singu nr, the let cmi Dt-,hi'redi:smccls and appur U'liuiu es thereto belonging, or ia any w he appertaining. I I. Th.it list- sail! d.emlnnt claims mi estate or intercut in eaid iirojujitj adverse to said plruuiiir. III. Wherefore p'ainiitf pinys thiit 8 M defendant limy he rrttuirid io set f.jilh the ualure uf said claim, and th .t the said adverse claim of plaintiff be detciniii.cd by the udr ir.iDt ai. d -Uicii'eof This H"i;or;tb!c Court, and thut by f-aid judgment ;ind decree it tie ndjudgt-d irmUe-. rreU ihiit eaid plain; iti' is the owner of sard prenu.es, nnd that said de feniiari has no estate, tight, title, i. terrbt or claim v. hatsoever of, iu or to said real estate, luiid and prom- ies, or R.y ran m, re. t, a.ui mat id J( fcndaiit be fbievei haired and perpetua ly er joined fn ni nsserling l,..tv I,, t. ,l, . i:ir,d aid ucl is'a'e ami ptemises above th perilled, oi any tirl u them, adverse to tiie eaid piairjiMF; that piaiiit rfi" n'c'jv-r fioin t.'fciid;'nt his costs Inn in, M:d Mich other, fur her .md rfiflVrin;. relii f as may he rgn e ab'i: to iqa'ty and fO' d eonscx-uce. Clai;k C jiLittuil-i., In pro ycr. A HEAVY FIRM. Leo WoJtlrlimiit'i Furniture lloute atTca. The JjHrzeHt Bofilne")! or ttimt In rizoua. the From a lung article in thu Tucs-'U CUistn we make this fol.'-owiug ex cuvpts concerning the busiue-s firm aliove n.uiu d, of that city, which is a c edit to lhe whole Territory, and by fur the most extensive of i.s kind in Arirons, if cot in the entire south, west. Speaking cf and describiug this house, the Citizen says: Entering this vast st.klishm eut which has a ground floor of the di mensions of GOxlOO feet, thi visitor s first con f ron led by three lines cf j eh gaut chamber mils ixtending flora, the front to the rear doers. These admirable adjuncts to home comfort vary in pr'ue ami pattern to suit the puise and ta.-le of every brytr. While it I ti:st lhe customer lua- be led to examine a set fchat is p. aborate enough to grace tiie bed-chamtc-r of a Turkish Sultan, he can easily prevail upon the c bliging clerk lo show him -uits that in dura bility and cost are iu the actual grasp of the most economical labor ing man. This i&planaticn applies to all departments cf the house and the customer can get, if he wiip?, forty different styles of any form of furniture, nd at foity uiflcrent prices. Ko visitor will be obliged to turu away because his purse does not meet the prices demanded . Hv has only lo conform his tastes to His purse. Although there is on exhibition an! for. sale chamber suits cf ash. walnut mahogany and many other woods, the particular one that fas cinated the repoiter s rye was a aiAlIOGAXY CHF.VAL Sf'T, Standing near the main and corner entrance of the commodious store room. Tuts especial set consists of four pieces. The bedstead has an extremely handsome, j-quare-top headboard, carved and decorated in thetylc of the Italian rennaisai.ee. The carving, although heavy and somewhat s;cru looking, bears the imprint ot luxurious richnrss that cannot fail to capture the fancy of the connoisseur. The dresser, a brilliant appendage to any sleeping room, contains a cheval mirror of bevcUd French plate, 20x00 inches, and at each side of a cushioned slipper case at the foot of the mir ror are conveniently situated two closets and handy se ts of drawers. TO A VP.ENCn lM'.ICSSKK SET, A beautiful combination, the repoit er"s attenl ion wis naturally drawn. These pieces have Tennessee marble tops, and the dre-.-ser has a mirror of French p:atc, 00x40 inches. The set Is made iu walnut, richly trimmed with French walnut burl vtneer. which is ijigbly polished and carved. The headboaid of the bedstead lepretents a lambrequin suspended from a hoi gonial pole. This is one of the most unique pieces of furniture iu the rooms, aud will at ouce attract, the artistic eye. In a trrur of inspection, probably a lover of the be utiful would come t a stftinisliii In-fore a b. dij..m set constructed wi;ti particular- regaid to the A: GI.0-J APANESt STYLE. This suit is of asii, or e ot the lr.os beautiful of polished wood?,!r:mmeJ wi h mahogany. The delicate carv ings i:cd the peculiar blending of tru tv.o precious wis makes this particular set txceedincly attractive. The dresser has a French plate mir ror. S0x33, cither beveled or plain. tv large and two small drawers ! and marble top. SEAR TirtJ MtIS K.VTRANCE Arc beans upon heaps of ruj-s, al mos' too handsome to b trodden upon and mudd'ed bj- the visitor or multitude. Vet tht is the object for which thty are intended, and no complaint should be made. EuiUnr down the left aislu are baby car riages ty the score, in desigus plain and fancy prepared to carry the millionaire 'a dnugter or the toiler's ollspring. On the ntbea tcde cf the narrow passage is a iine of secreta ries, bookcases aud sideboards. tUILKH's OFFICE PKfIT, PvoaPy ao oiEce in itself, is ouo of the inodirn inventions of cabinet arch itec' urr1, having movable tablets on eiLhcr side of the writer's chair, '" j- tint can be les-. ened la size or enlarged According to Hie possessor's vi?b,-the arr?r-g? men has advantaiem.Tnialcd by - oilier ! nt in i-ini. The ",,,i a vi. e.'.itM bill file, an abundance of small drawers; and drop letter file that can always be used wbeu the desk is closed and locked. Running through the center of the building is a line of wardiobcs of every size ai.d pa urn, while in sight thtre i.s row after row cf mar ble top center tables. TflE RATTAN DUI'AUTMENT . Hern is discovered a character of household furniture pcculiaily adapted to this latitude, airy, com plete and charming, it seems almost iudisper.sible to the people of Ari zona. Chairs, tables and sofas are manufacturer! of this material in numerous design. VPHol-STKKINO . IIei-e the visitor comes to a de partment that i. in every rcpeet a l;me industry. The firm will man ufacture parlor ftts, lounges, chairs, e'e, according to the wuhus of cus. tomers A straight parlor set would be composed of seven pieces, but the buyer may choose a "group seJ' and thereby order any number oi pieces, as his taste and means would dictate. There is ouo OUIUP PAKIon !I-T , Pailicularly h-.ndsome. The frame is of cherry, .delicately carved. Al thtugii now only upholstered in niusllu, may lie one of these days cuV; re : with the daintiest and pret ti.st cf plushes. The pieces may have ft coaling of tapestry, rich as the covci ics? of an Orientnl divan. The iirtn deals largely in carpets, oib lths, wall paper, bedding, mat lies-es, etc., in seeming endiess s'yle and variety; and also handle many specia'lies, among which are the El dri tge sewing machine, the atifom atic: siliool desk, oil paintings, chro inos, miimrs, brkj-a-biac enough to ornament and interest holisands of homes lu fact, the establi.--hmeiit is complete and extensive iu every respect. AZTEC VI A It I Ll ib. An In ter.t iuff Ularovery n tiie superntS tion 31 ;nntatn. I'es.-rs. Asa and Babcock, of Ti m pe, have been prospecting for some time in the !Hpers;itiori mountains. report the discovery of s cave or considerable dimensions in which they fiKind some 200 w ooden prehis toric war club.. Tcese clnbs arc Imrd wood, ranging from fifteen lo twenty ii.chcs in length, with a grip cat ved on one end somewhat after the style of a policeman's club, and th other end is perhaps three inches in diameter. The wood of which a portion of them are made is exceed ingly hard, snuietliiag like taanzani tj, while others seem to be of tough mou tain oak. Many of them are painted and roughly carved, the lat ter work ::ppartntly having been done with some rude instrument, possibly their stone axes. The pres tation ol ttise clubs is somewhat Timaikable, considering the . ages through w hich they must have lain nud tin ir present perfect condition. 0esids, tl:y tre cue n ore evidence of the harncter of that apparently t-imi civiliztd pciple who have at sometime occupied this whole sec tion with their peculiar and, in many respects, remarkable institu tions. Mestr.. Asa and Babcock brought away with ihcm quite a number of these remaikable instruments for prescctatK u to their Ji iei ds and as samples of wls&l they had discov ered . An Ancleut Ornauie nt . Mr. Ord way, w ho has been making excavations in the ruins above town showed us, a few days since, a pc cul iai m d hiehly ornamented bhell which he exhumed some lime ago. 1 he shell appears lo be a sea shell, about one inch by one ar.d three quarters in size, the outside of which 1.36 been covered by some kind of a dark cement or gum, und iu this is embedded probably sixty small t lirquoi- c, each of an oblong shape, the angles being perfectly t qua re each piece being worked in a cur'e on the under side so as to crres pond exactly wi b the curve of the shell. These pieces are so exactly fi-ted to g ther that the cement does not show up between them except in two small lines on each extremity of the shell, where it is obviously in tended they should show through by way of ornament. The pieces of turquoise are of numerous shades, from a bluish white to lhe most beautiful and highly prized deep blue. From the general indications the piece has no doubt at some t'ur.e been an ornament pendant from the cos rils of some one of the myste rious men of unfolded ages that have passed. A Iei ruble Position. One of the queerest applications for positions that has evei been made is the rtquest of an Oregon citizen, made to his member of Congress, to the tfiocl that he be ap poiuicd :is "'census." The Congress man looked through the list of till the cflices in the gift of a member of Congress, and could not find any tffice Ly that came. He inquired ol all the other membirs of Congress if they had had applications for the position of a "census." They all denied that they had ever been ap plied to fill that oflice. He finally wrote to the applicant and aske.l him what his application meaul. The man answered that he had been read ng that the last i eusus em braced 13,000 women, and he thought he would l.ke to be a census, 'lhe Ccngressman decided if th. re were tiny such position as that in his e,ift, he would resign his p siliou itnti take it himself. I'tck's Sun. A certain poetess is said "lo make goud jollies as well as good poetry.'' It is suggested that the also make a new departure, i.e., seud her jsilies to newspaper oflic s aud can her poems. Jellies d'sei. unt poetry as "inside matter" everv tiau'. Knrrit- From Monday's Daily. 31 ore rain threatening. More dampness promising to-day. Quijotoa is lo have a paper. B. A. Stephens will lie editor. A load of baggage got in last night from llaricopn. Yavapai has fifteen columns of the Ui.icr of delinquent taa list. The whole Quijoloa country is said to be almost impassable since the rains. The bar of Phoenix held another iaeeting on the laud question on Saturday evening. Car-load or less of paint at Greg ory's. Lend, oil, ready mixed paints, varnishes and colors of all kinds. Mr. nr.d Mrs. L. Basl.ford, of Prescott, are passing the w inter in Florida. Maiicopa county has proportion ally the least delitv;ueut tax list cf any county in the teiritory. China has the largest "floating population" ia the world. They float on rafts. A skid" continue to help the pas sengers and baggage across the rag iug Kio Suliuas. Mr. B. M. Jacobs, cashier of the First National Bank of Tucson, is -pending a day or two in town. Mr. E. W. Weils, brother of Mr. Wells of the firm of Ealsz & Wells, is iu town for a few days' fi-.y. Trains f em San Francisco rewh Maricopa at 4:45 in the morning now, and from the east at 7:40 in the evening. A man named Frank Brandon was drowned in the Gila, at Riverside, on the "th instant, in attempting to cross in a boat. Messrs. W. J. Locan and Chas E. Hint, of the Excursion mine, Tot to Basin, arrivtd from New York yes terday. The I.ynx Crc-ck placer mines have oeain started up. From thtse mines $4,C00 were taken atone time in thii ty days. The Ton.bslone Epitaph of Feb ruary 2d riaclnd our c.flice this morning. It has evidently been on an excursion down lhe Gila, abd possibly has been up Salt liver. Mr. W. H. Thomas, of the Golden Flccre is in town to-day to meet Mr Fawcttl, of San Franci.-co, who will arrive lu re in a day or two to look at iome mining property. The contract for erecting out houses, digging well ar.d making well house, putting in judge's desk, cleik's desk, f ali.slrade, etc , was awarded to C. Avery. The Pr scot t parers at source an immense land slide on the Wicken burg road between Prescott and that place winch will recder the roads Impassable t-' teams for some time. A'oce Montezuma is the name of a new- monthly journal star-edatAl buquerque. The fiist number lakes in the New Year's matter concern ing that city nnd tcrriloiy publi bed by lhe. Albi quctque Journal. Mr. Robt. f-'leinegLrer for a long ime count cted with the Vultuie mining company, as assay cr, has Fevered his connection with that company and will set upaniffice here in Phoenix. The San Diego papers state that the Atchison, Topeka and tarda Fe Company has gained control of the California Southern railroad, and will build it through from Coiton to the Needles. Attorney General Churchill so journed amoos the brush up toward the mouth of the Black Canyon for five days in endeavoring to get to Prescolt, and then concluded to set tle down to the peaceful ways of the Phoenicians and returned" We are under obligations to Mr. M. W. Dunham, of Wayne, III., for a copy of his elegant catalogue for 1SSS4, of his noted O.iklawn stud of Percheron Horses. Mr.' Dunham has on his place somo 13,000 head of imported Percherons. The Florence Enterprise says that Casa Grande is Quarantined against the Pima Indians, who have small pox among them . Florence talks of quarantining. The Florentines can't begin quarantining too soon. At the special term of court called in Tombstone by Judge Pinney for the trial of the Bisbee murderers, they were indicted by thegrand jury and arraigned, nnd the trial is now pi ogie.-sins'. An attemtt at delay on the p.Tt of counsel Tv.-: J. fend ants was ovfciiidcd by Judge Pinney. A new Arm makes its api . trance in the Family Grccery busirts. :om peeid of the well known and popu lar young men Mr. Fred A. Tolli ck and JoLu Wiight. Their stock of goods are mostly awaiting the turn of the tide, on the banks of the Gils, but th.y will be prepared to attend to a multitude of customers iu a few days. We have before us the following prospt ctus: The undersigned will commence the pualicatiuu of The (Quijotoa yetcs n tr ult.ut Ftb.lG, 1884. Iiwil be a newspaper devoted to the inter is'softl.e Quij tna Mining District i:f Arizoi a, in d will keep the public fully t.dvised as lo all the news of the clay. B.A.Stephens, Quijotoa, A. T., Feb. 8, 1864." We sir.ceicly lope that Brother ftefbcEs will realize all he antici pated ar.d that the JVtws will boom wiih the mines and be worth "$8 a share" and inoie. It is a matter of much importance to plant good fruit trees, and to this end responsible nurseries should re ceive the prclerence of purchasers, because only "by their fruit shall ye know them" a knowledge that must come after" years of wailing and uncertainty. It would be s mat ter of congratulation if our valley could furnish 130 -bush els of fruit per day, du'ing tie season, for t'c evaporators winch Mr. Clayton, of Illinois, wishes to buPd here. Ko uncertainty attends our peach ciop and woidip, which are destiuctive to eastern Iruit, aic wholly unknown here, and it ie not probable that they will ever mar our perfect peaches. Our ci untry is remarkably free from ptsts; v.e have r.o fleas, no ticks i.nd but an occasional mosqui to. The pi tncipal pi sts we have arc housdlies and Indians; and a stran. eer would think Phoenix was on their nseivation. Science classes the former among the scavengers ard observation gives the latter a similar location. From Tuesday's Daily. The "Red Baron" is porting among the I hoenicians today. Capt. Madden and C. W. Fawcett arrived from Maricopa by to-day's ftage. Mr. Leo Goldschm lilt, of Tucson who was here for the purpose of bidding on furnishing the new court hose, left, this morning, for h me, J Addison Reavis will be up in lhe office if the CCertt of the Court to-rr.or;ow morning, at 9 o'clock, for examination on lhe complaint o' Attorney General Churchill, which we publish elsewhere. Mr. Israel Miller, the jeweler, has removed his es ablishment fn in his foimer location to W. T. Woods' I'ht tnix news depot, opposite the pobt office, where he will be pleased to meet hi- former customers, and others who may favor him with their business iu his line. The funeral procession of Dolores Coidova pafte-d down Washington street toward the cemetery to-day at noon, the cofijn borne on the shoul ders of his friends, and followed by a long train of mourners, mostly womeu. He died yesterday, after a sickness of several months, at the nso of about twenty-six years . Dr. Pr ce's Yani 1 Flavor is cx- facttd from the Vanilla Pod, .ou tlined ftorn Mexi o. This popular flavor, as made by Dr. Price, era- bodies all of the delicate aroma of this agreeable fruit, and is free fiom the ktroi-g, ini.k taste ot those ck. l i. acts sold as Vaniila. If something nee i3 wanted, to flavor, get Dr Price's Special Flavoring Extracts. Absolutely Pure. This powder never vanes. A marvel "1 ttreuctli. jaii-ity and wllol si.tneues?. More economical than the ordinary kinds nnd eiinnoi U.- s Id in -.oinp ti ion witli the nm.titilde of 1"W trs , shot! veisrlit alum or phosphate u wd is. Sold inly in ""(OTAL BAKING POWDER CO , ap3-lyv UXi Wall St.. jiew York. STETTI CtLtoKAIED They vbo work ea'-ly and late the year ron n u iii ef, occasionally, tiie neaiio tii Fiim'ilu- imparvd bv a wholesome toi ic like IIo3ittt'rs Sronuich l itters To a 1, it purity and efficiency as a remecl'- and preventive f disease commend it. It cheekt ?ucipJn hu maiism and malarial pymptoms, relieves constipation, dyspep sia and biliousness, arrests premature d. cay of the physical eno-reo. mitigates the iufiimitief of age aud hastens conva lescence. Kor sale by all DiuggUt and Dealers generally. . TUTT TORPiD BOWELS, DISORDERED LIVER, and MALARIA. , From tlieso sources arise thvt e fonrtlis oftbotliseasesof ttio human race. Tbuso symptoms imlieato tbeir existence : l.oia of Appetite, Bowels costive, SlcW Headache, fullneaa after efit averaion t exertion of body or miud, Eructation of food, Irritabil ity of temper, Io Mr spirits, A feeling oihavhigneglr . some duty, Ei tluejj.FI i-'TU. j at the Ileirt.llott before 1 .10 eyes, hlclily colored i:rtue,CO.STIPATIO.,ancldemana the uso of a remedy that acts directly 011 the Liver. AsaljvermeilicineTCTT'S 1'ILLS have 110 .t--1. Their action on the Kidneys nnd &j.in is also prompt; removing all impurities through these three " icaTingrra of tle system, prortuciutr. appetite, sound digestion, reptukir stools, a clear skin and a vijj orousbody. Tl'TT'H 111.1.8 cause no nausea or griping: nor interiero with dailv work and are a perfect ANTIDOTE. TO MALARIA. Hold tverywhere258. Office -14 M urniy&t.N'i . TUTT'S HAIR DYE. GrtATiliiKORWHiSKEES changed in stantly to a GLORSr Black by a single application of this DTE. Sold by Dru ajists.or sent by express on receipt of SL Oftlcn, 44 Mur'-nv Street, Nfw York. ftMTa iuauaj. c vurm, statin r&xx. For Kent. A Dice house of four rooms with four closets. Inquire of 3tdgtt C. X. Tweed. STOMACH fiOr. & Willi Reserve this 0 1 Advertisement. INTERS & WHOLESALE AND "We have just received the Latest Improved ROLLER MILL and Grain GLEANER Combined, and we are now prepared to furnish a First-Class Article of ROLLED Barley at the Low est Market Price. CUSTOM WORK done at Eeasonable Rates. Barley De livered to all part3 of the City FR OF C -URHE. CASH PAID FOR BARLEY. Office and Warehousa at L Y. T. smith's MILL, Phoenix, Aricona. P. MINOR, Wholesale and Retail DEALER IN 21 Shingles, Doors, Sash, B inds, Mouldings, and FIRST-CLASS BU.'LDIKC MATERIAL. Sit Reasonable Rates. . Lumber Yard at corner dams & Mirtezuma Streets. One Block North of the Plaza. THE FAMILY HAS To the First Door West of Kel ly & Speedy's Market, $30,000 FOR $2. 6 til I'esnlt in ar Monthly Flraw- 11 take plaee lu Uoving- Ky. THURSDAY, FEBRU- RY 28th, 1884 A Lawful lottery anti Pair Kran ins Chartered by the i.egiflatore nf Kei und twice declared le?al hy the highest court io thf State. Itow 1 given to Henry coun ty in ihe firm of $100 000 for the prompt payment of all prizes sold . r'l braary Si'beiae. 1 Viire jwi.ono 1 Prize... 10.K10 1 I'rize 5.tli , 2 Prizes, S.50O -a:h S,WI0 ' 5 r-rizes, 1.100 ench 5,Ht;0 0 Prizes, 3HJ each, Apprxmtn 2.700 II Prizes. 800 e cli, 1.K00 9 '-'riss s, loo each. " 90i ' 20 Prizes, 500 each 10.000 100 Prize?, loOeech 10.000 00 Prizes, SO ea h 10 1-08- 510 Prizes, 20 each IO.O11O 1000 Pr zes, 10 eacti 10 000 w bole Tickets. Ha f Tirk'tn , SI , 7 Tickets S50; SS Tickets ' SIOU I Kemit money, P, stal Noie or Bank Draft ( in Leit-T. or si rid by Exprese. OKOEKs j of $5 aud upward by hxprrss. cin be tout nt our expense Addies all o-ders to J.J. I.OUIJLAS. 1 Coviugtuu, Ky. et-ta-tbaw. -. J.T.Dennis & Co. TEMPE, A. T., Run a daily line of stages from PIKEXIH. TO TEMPE, Aud also a Tri-weekJy Line from tempe to Mcdowell, Via A esa City. Also Dealers ia Lumber, Hay and Grain. Jumpers, Beware. ALL PtRSONS ARE HERFBY r-OTI rte- not to pur base- from one J. C. Bullord t,ny interent part or parcel 01 th fullowingmiiiicgclaiiui. situated in Yuma co .nty. in the tiacuuver mounta:ns, near Col'Iris' Well, Arizoua, to-4i : Kroperor Regent. King, Que n and Prince mines. The eaid J, c. But lord owns uo interest in the said mines, and tiie undersigned are tiie absolute owners of the same, 1J C KLLNO, C. B. HIULES. Space for their PARKINSON, HETA1L DEALERS IN 5T . 3B IH 2Ex ! UIGOR STORE BEEN COMPLETE rLOUK MIL! For T $675. L MIL! l-renrh Burrs. Bolt.Smutters, Elevators &c Portable Corn Mill and Corn Shelters For Farmers. immm a up mil Send for Pamphlet and Price List. THE SIMPSO.V A OAULT MFO . CO. Established 1844, CINC1NNATI.O Declaration of Sole Trac'ership. TrOW ALL MEN hy tht-ee oreBente XV tat 1. Nancy A Pover. of the i.uintty or Mrtcopa no T r'irorv of Ari zona, and wife of Kelix Povor. b''ns cie-r-irou.- to ava'i mse)f of thf benefit of the laws of ini. 1 err. tory, au norzing' mar r ea w men to become o e trace;?, do hen'by declare that I intend to carry on Dueim ss in my own r.aine and on my own acct nnt. Such bu-inea to be carried on principally iu tai t Maricopa count) and to bu thut of practicing rot'dicine. ptirper and b-tetrics: buvinu and selling arug ana muaic.ne; oujme, geti n a-id deal ire in real estate; and nrourin and and dealing in pat ntsandpn ented ma ehinerv and articles And I fiirthnr io- clare that the m ny Invented in -aid bus- tries in IvitB tnau awe thousand dollars. NANCY A. i-OVER. Arizona Territory I Ma icopaC.nnty i I.Cliarle A.Tweed, a Notary Public in and for the county tf vlricopa in the Ter ritory ot Arizona, ner-Dy certily itmt ancy 4.. Pover. wh ha- executed the frt-i;oing declaration, is pers na ly Known to mn, and t..at naid d 'Clara ion was hy her made, and executed before me thlr8:hUa Of J-e TIlHri , A. D. 18&I. Iu wi iiene whereof I have hereunto pet my hand and alii Ted my official it-al, the day and year in'thiace tide a e wri ten. CHARLEs A. TWEED. Notary Public. L.VDY WAXTKP. A girl or woman, latter preferred to stop with a lady at her home in the country, as companion in absence of her bnsband. Tnqu ire of J. M. Ellis at Guss Ellis fe Co's., ttore. Tempe Harness SHOP. The old thoi isrlibred saddler, D. "W. Joues will run a saddler shop for a short season at Tempe, commencinna: in about two weeks from date. WM. B. HOOPER & CO., AVE FOR SALE THE FOLLOWING K TORNKR r.OT near Cltv Plez-.i, with larjra brie tue.coa; od Wit! and force purnit. stable and mit buililinaa in the city of Puo.ii... iSi, r"RA3JK DW ELL- NG HOUSE.. na bt. roams sncl bun .jji. UiU.i l NBLAR8E ADOBE WAREHOtrsE - cut of Ph eni. rjiWO LOl'S IS TUB TO WX OP MARICOPi. on tna It.ia of as. .or-.a-n riv J Kntlroirl. fH llOL'SB ASO LOT IN THE TOWH For fuKber pariiculnTii imrnh-e ot WM, B HOOPSR The Olflest Honse ir liu'l PIONEER MERCHANTS. ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE. Preparatory to the departure of Mr. Chas. Gold man for the Eastern Markets we have determined to make a Gr8ncl Clearance Sale for tie next Sixty Days, to make room for our Spring Stock. We have fully- determined to make room, and have put all of our st ck down to Bed Rock Prices. No. baits offered, but goods Must be Sold. In Dry Goods, Fancy ing Gooiis, Boots and hhoes, Hats, etc., we are n selling at rnces .Never Before knowa m the Var Call and Examine for Ycurselv-u Our stock is Complete the LaBGEST House ii better prices in ea-,h and other House in Central find it to their advantage to call on us FIRST. T-o-st ISeceiTred.. Car load of Studebaker Wagons, all kinds f!.ir load of Stndebaker Buggies, all kind., the best rnd cheapest in the market. Glidden's close Barbed Wire, Aulieuser Busch Beer, for which we are Sole Agents Remember our Clearance Sale for JjIXTY DAYS ONLY. Goods must be sold to make room. Coldman & Co. Orders from e distance promptly tilled. Arizona's Delmonico! I Cloud FIRST DOOR EAST BANK EXCHANGE HOTEL. PHOENIX, A. T. The BEST the market to order P OUR COOKS ARE LINE OF OUR KITCHEN and PANTRY OPEN TO PUBLIC INSPECTION. Board per week $7.00 CsEloffant lunches for travelers n specialty. C2?Wines, Liquors and Cigars served extra. S. Xj. Stai -ffor JL, Prapita'.or. L6 Wholesale and Retail DEALER IN CARPETS, BEDDING, Etc., Etc. Parlor Furniture, Lounges, Bed Lounges, Easy Chairs, Pat ent Rockers; Parlor Sets in straight suits and in group suits J-JJADE TO ODER-: Agent for" Eldredge Sewing Machine and the auto matic or self-folding School Desk. Price List and instruction seut on application. TUCSON - Pain & CreigMon AiRiciHiimEicms: AND .Shop cor. Montezuma aud JellcrsoD ets. rial;. nJ sppo'fl-atiorje 3 epf-cialtr. centrally Ueafc.-d. Lot )!? f.t. i Wa UE Mi.-loop i A-U. & CO.pocnixorTuctoo, A T. intfta Valley!! nil 7 isljf Goods. Clothing, Furn in All Its Bran ches, being the Valley, we cm offer every department than any Arizona, lhe public will Also a CAR LOAD of (eaufant, j affords, cooked and served at all hours. THE BEST IN THEIR BUSINESS - Single meals O) ct.. 3D. O. SCll 111 fl Arizona Thm BcniMf Gtmw la W lued March and bepU, each year: HIS pages, tsjrlif inches, with over 3.30C illustrations a whol. pie turo trallery. 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