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COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. Fubifsheii Every Eain Except Sunday LOCAL LINES. rtiauksv Li'caiicn Koticea, Quit-Glaim Deed, .bargain and Salt-Dteda, B.UvU anil Morjgsges, and Jus ire's Blanks if all Uiiuls, fcr .ale at tl:e Her-ai-d cilice. ; The mnn viilh a political ax to grind is abroad. Cutwr'. Whisky at tho O. K. Cochise contributes f 13,000 to liie Terriioiial ixitie'juer. Deputy Sheriff Vandcbcrg, of Frracott, is in town. Call for lioca beer at tko Boca Beer Dopnt. Tho Territorial Grand Jury gays it gtt "Cinclied." Mr. F. A. Stveui is tht new postmaster at Quijotoa. Bix liumlred poui.o clio.cc i-iii-eto Candies ju.t received at Geo. T. Oats'. Harry Woods, formally of 'he Epitaph, i3 at the Quijutoaa. Shootine pains in the limb are cured by St. Jacobs Oil, the i&f.ii l:b'e conqueror of pain. Voters or Phoenix, .ee that your names are registered. City tletliuu 6;li ol May. Tho Quijotoa well is down 42fJ fttt, aicl Las ICO I tit of water. J A competent bookkeeper and ac countant wishes work at a rusoca Me salary. Inquire at the Herald office. The Town Council has a-ksil the iluynr to prepare a firs-limit -rii-i;ut. A uenl offlce, in an klir'bio local ity, to rent on reasojable terms. In quire at this II fcRALD office. Out. Tiiltio family 18 abi ut to lta-ve Arizona for the summer. Just rcceivcil a fxuu astortrront of East&r crcla at Plioetiix News De pot. ' A parting rummer shower g:'.vo us a few r. fr.-b:njf dr. p-- this ru rAag. OotoOf!". D 'iaike'a ffr fine i"i ! lirre jeweiry third tloor east of the post-efflce. Un'ied blutes Marshal for Ar:z i na, Hon. Z L. Tidbull arrive 1 f r. m Maricopa this morning. Another invo ee of lb' se exu a flue, Spiced Apple and IVach Bat ters, at Geo. F. Coaib' . Lrvta proceedings a d those of tin fur ervir.ors may be found und'-r the pr iper Uea'l and d tie on this p ge. How i it that Hus-:n B Antl.O'.y'fc can.B appears in "'Men of :h" Hour Who is IVs and How Docs He Look?" Wa';l!:.im aD:l Eiin g.!d and sii tit watcLes an t elegant jro'd and di.ver chains tit Geo. D. Cla'kf'e j :fl:y es'.ab'uthmeiit. To:n Brown will run the old Or.r cia Hotel, nl Ttmpo, for lu; m il few mouths, on political principle p.obab'y. 1 lie rivir li;i. risen sb-. ut a f- t in the past thirty-six hour. The snows to li.e north are eviile'. t!y liquidating. HOU6E to Kknt A new reaicUiier purt'y ftiruisLnl in the south-rfN ern part of town. Inquire cf L I) Copcland, at Smith's Hour mill. The sptci.il Grand jmy er.ip.tr. uaied for con-iilei rtM'.n ot (he Sli iii vick ca.-e found n ti ue bid and were discharged lli s morr.ii g. Mr. Win Lstujrhliii is liov-n from Tempo in atlen iaiK.-e at eo.irt rid made the Herald flit e a pleas-: -at call lrtbt evening. Canrasieis Wanted For my Pa ciflc States map, California SUte map, world at'.as, and other publica tions. F-T ' particulars write to !?. A. Teknet, 20 Sansome street, San Francisco, Cal. The Hon. Pat. Hamilton i.- suffer ing from a severe attack of iidlam-, matory iheuinatUm in the -left shoulder and arm. For a number of days he has been confined to his bed and suffering the most exsrucialicg pain. Today he is able to be up . The Gardtn City Drug Store has the. agency for the "Topsy," "Vil lard," "Sunflower," and "Oscar and Amanda" cigars, soma of tho finest traads in the market. A large slock now on bund, which will be supplied te dealers at San Francisco rates. District attorney A. C. Buker has had to be in attendance upon three Giand Juries, a case in court, and the iioa.-d of Supervisors, all at once, for the past day or two. Dr. L. H. Goodrich, who has spent a, number of months here in improving his extensive property and iu the practice of his profession, left to-day to spend the summer at his home in Cold water, Kich. Mr. 3-8. Simms will leave in a fiwdays for San Francuco for '.he purpose of procuring the necessary i.-oas and timbers for puttings ia 'he dam and head gates at the head of tbe Arizona canal, for which he has the contract. A recent dispatch to the Ciitzen from Quijotoa says: An Indian brought into camp this morning a piece of mineral- which weighs 8 pounds It was bought of him far $6, ana resold the next moment for $20 to George Teitsworth. It is evidently pure silver, and the real worth can't be less than $100. There is great excitement in camp about it. Tbe Indian claims to have found it across the Mexican iine. He was offered $150 dollars if he would tell where he found it, but refused. Tb.nr.UBT. April lO. 1834 Articles of incorporation have beeu filed Ay the Gosper Horse and Cattle Cempany organized under the laws of Arizona, by J. J . Gos per, Silas W. Ccoli and J. L. Bever idge. The capital stock of the com pany is $ 100,000, and its principal place of business Prescott. Miner. Mr. W.J. Eennets, nephew of Mr. W. II. Thomas, of the Golden Fleece mines, has arrived in town direct, from the great copper regions of Lake Superior where he has spent his life, so far, in copper mining. Mr. Bonnets will take a look at the various copper prospects of tho Ter ritory before he returns, and, possi bly, if suited by what ho hncts, ln- vtl some money among us. Theft. Louis, Mo., Ptst-TUpa-h says that Mrs. Phoebe Rie, 103 ilaiison Birect, a sister of Henry C'iay Senior, Chief, St. Louis Fire Department, had been a sufferer fioru mdu-nmatory rheumatism for seveu vears; the mv.t-ciea of her han'.U and limbs were oontraced and she i.sed crutches.. Ey a single application of St Jacobs Oil she was benefitted instantaneously, and final y completely curtd. Quijotoa. Fi r all the latest news from the cr mlrg city of the silver southwest, rend the Frotpcctur, published week ly nt Quijotoa, Arizona, by Hany Brook, foimerly editor of the TTp. Subscription, $5; single copies, 15 ctnts. Address, Prospector, Qai j .:oi, Arizona. Elite allery. The finest nniBtic cabinet Photos and views of business In uses and men arc to be seen at Cation's News Depot, the work of Chas. B. Noe, formerly of Virginia City, Nevada, aUo San Francisco, Cal. In addition, Mr. Noe is prepared to give the Nonpareil picture, one of the latest in the art of photogra phy. Catton Nok. I'eti-onal Property Taxes, Phoenix papers complain of citi zens of Maricopa county being com pelled to pay taxes in this county on pirsonal properly. If the editors had gone to the office of the Mari copa county Sheriff, instead of list ening to the complaints of the "in jured" individuals, they would have ns trained that the same system of colle ting taxes on personal prop erty is in vogue there that they com plain of in this county. D, V. Car ter, a resident and properly owner cf this place, who had already been as essed and hd paid his taxes In this county, was recently in Phoenix with his lean , bu his tax receipt was nnfor uua tly at his h-me here. He wab informed by a Deputy Sher iff that, unless he paid Lis taxe3 on his team there, they would seize and sell :rmule, and to avoid difficulty e paid the rcquued amount. Yes terday be went before the Board of S;:pcrviaoi&, and cn the above thow ing, and exhibiting his tax receipt f.ora Maricopa county, had the am runt paid here refunded by the Shuiii . Journal. i mflc.T.tlc JIomji-rCH for the Xaiional Democratic t on vent. on. The fo'.lowing circular has been sejit i u! by W. A. Rowe Chairman Dvmocatic Tenitorial Cen'ra! Com mit Ue, to its various members. Mr. Huker, a member for this county, has received the following: Logan City, April 5, 1S84. Hon. A. C. Biker of th". Territo rial Democratic Central Committee: Dear ik You are respectfully re quesled to consult vith your coN lecgties and select two candidates to atiend the National Democratic r.oniiuiUing convention at Chicago. July 8:h. Should your delegation be unable to decide upon any two names, then each member may sub mit the name of his favorite. Nora inaiitmj wi 1 close May 1st, when all the names from the several coun ties will be forwarded to the county delegations and they will then vote for the two allowed. The chairman will vote only in case of a tie. Care should be taken to submit the names only of those who would go' if elec ted. I'lease give this plan ail the p iblici'ly possible and he prompt with nominations. Very respectfully. W. A. Rowe, Chairmgn Territorial Democratic Central Committee. Other members from Maricopa: C. H. Gray, AV. W. Jones. A Baltimore papi-r sa3-s that city alone put up, the past peason, 14, 400.CC0 cans of peaches, 2,000,000 cans of peas, 300,000 cans of string beans, 100,000 cans cf pears, 3,000, 000 cans of tomatoes, 1,000,000 cans of fruits and vegetables This is an immense amount of what may be called a new industry. Ez. To the above statement might have been added some 15,000,000 cans of like products for California, and yet the market for canned goods is far from satisfied and rapidly ex tending. The Hawaian Islands, Australia, China and Japan are growing markets for the canned pioducts of the Pacific Coast, as are also the Eastern States and European countries. What we are endeavor ing to get at is to show that capital invested in the canning industry in this valley would have an extensive market and a cheap and wonderfully varied source of supply in shape of fruit and vegetables. Nowhere can these be produced so easily and in such liberal quantities, nor so quickly from the wild land as in the Salt river valley. Land can be had readily here at from $1.25 per acre to $25 or $30 per acre, an original investment of at most not 33J per cent on what the same quality of land will cost in California or any i where else, that is fit to be put to garden and orchard uses. Aside from the great gain on the original investment, the rapid appreciation of tue value of lands here must be taken into consideration. It will be but a year or two before our lands will be selling for as much as they are cow worth about Los Angeles, San Jose, or in the Napa valley, California. To some man or company of men who understand the business of raising an l canning ft iiiU and vege tables there is nu excel eut oppor tunity to start a profitable business, and one that will within two or three years grow to enormous di mension!", for it taki s but thiee years here to have an orchard in full bearing, and hundreds of thousands of trees are already planted. It may be that our straight-out Democratic cotemporaries, the Cou rier and others, have a sniff of a job to consider at home. Recently they have had nothing to do but nose around Republican affairs howling "j-o-b!" but of course it is ull straight when the Chairman of their own Teiritorial Central Committee takes the ma'.ter of nominating del-, egates to Chicago nil to himself. He allows the Territorial Central Com mittee to uame their men and vote for two of those named and without ever being together to send the whole thing to the Chairman who iil decide who is elected. We do cot wish to interfere nor seem im pertinent in matters where we are completely out of the question, but we merely refer to what the Demo cratic leaders are ubout, as a sort cf political curiosity monstrosity, pos sibly of which the public gener ally, of all sorts of political faith, have a curious desire to know some thing. TELEGRAPHIC. EVARTS PREDICTS FOR LINCOLN. Ban Ficascisco, April 9. A Chronicle Washington pecial says: "YYm. M. Evart9 prcdicis that Lin coln will be nominated for Presi dent. He aid: I have been watc h ing the drift of public sentimem. very carefully, and I nave gradually ccme to Ihe c- nchmou which I hope, as well as predict, will prove true, that Robert Lincoln will be the nominee of the Republican National Convention ior President, unless Arthur goes through on the first or second ballot. HEAD CHOPPED OFF. Ai.toosa, Pa., Aprils Mr?. L 51. Beach, wife of a prominent phy sician, was discovered in her room this m- riling Willi her head almost severed In m her body. The circum stances, arc so suspicious that the Doctor has been am sted. It is said he has ahedy admitted to a mem ber of the family that he committed the deed. Two large knives and cleavers used f.-r amputating Dur- poses were f u;.d beside the victim. A EIIILCE DI. ASTER. San Francisco, April 8- The cable bridge which connected the Cliff House with a rock 300 feet distant was overturned yesterday af:ernocn. Sume fifty persons weie in it at the time. The arcitlent was caused by some loys making the bridge sway, thri ving the people suddenly to one side when the rail ing gave way and all were tumbled off' on to the beach be'ow, falling about fifteen fet. Nine persons, including some young children, were seriously injured, some having their legs and ribs broken. Up to the present time it is not believed any of the injuries is fatal. A JOCKEY INJURED. San Francisco, April 8. Orrin A. Hikok, a well known driver and trainer, while exercising his horse Ruby, collided with a runaway horse and sulky. Hikok was thrown out on his head, receiving severe in juries. H is thought tie will re cover. U. H JS.96T ItllSXKICT COCBT. April Term. 1S&4 H. PISSEY, ASSOCIATE JCS TICK, PRESIDING. TERRITORIAL COURT. Phoenix.. April 7. Court called to or.ier at 10 o'clock a. m. Order ispued for 23 Grand Jurors to appear tomorrow at 1:30 p. m. Trial Jury of 24 members ordered for Thursday, April 10; b, at 9. a. m. Motion made by District Attorney A. C. Baker foi the temporary re moval of Jas. Larsen from the peni tentiary as a witness for the prose cution in the case of the Territory vs. Chambers. Motion set for hear ing tomorrow morning. Adjourned to 1:30 p. m. u. 9, court: Order issued for Grand Jury of 23 members to appear Tuesday at 1 :30 p. m., and for a Trial Jury to ap pear Thursday at 9 a. m. Monday, April 7th. U. 8. COURT AFTERNOON SE6SION. TJniled States vs Tribolct, Tarbell and Burnett; nolle prosequi en tered. United States vs Porter: nolle prosequi entered. TERRITORIAL COURT. Isadore Bagley vs Marion M Bag ley; referred to C H Knapp to take testimony. First National Bank of San Jose, Cal vs Samuel Franklin et al ; on motion of H N Alexander, ordered that his name be stricken from tbe record as attorney for defendant and that Ue have leave to withdraw two special demurrers by him in this action. A A Ward vs O W Cunningham; demurrer argued and overruled by Court, and order to file-answer tos morrow morning. Max Oidenstein vs W TGrey; demurrer withdrawn and ordered to answer to.morrow morning. Eli Ellis vs J C Reynolds; case dismissed by agreement at plaintiff's cost. E P Church vs L H Orroe, Sheriff of Maricopa county ; demurrer with drawn nnd ordered to answer to morrow moruiug. Gils Ellis & Co vs J C Reynolds; dismissed by agreement at costs of pl.drdiff. R T Rossnn vs Piter Denee; judg ment ordered as prayed for. Ella Alien vs N H Allen; re ferred t C II Ku.ipp to take testi mony and report, XV M Church vs L II G.-me; on motion of B-.ker, R :sh and Wells wore :id led as counsel for defend- I ant. F M Fowler vs E W Bryan and T J Bryan ; A D Lemon added as counsel for defendants. Guss Ellis & Co vs J C Reynolds; case dismissed at cost of plaintiff. MORNING SESSION. Tuesday, April 8th. In the case of Clark Churchill vs J A Reavis Suit to q:;iet title; forenoon occupied in arguments on motion to dismiss case on grounds of lo jurisdiction. Tuesday, April 8, 1884. AFTERNOON SESSION. Territorial Grand Jury empan neled, nnd pannel challenged by counsel for Jas. Shadrick, on ground that tbe summouing officer is the chief prosecuting witness in his case. Challenge allowed, and special venire ordered for Wednesday morn ing, at 9 o'clock, Churchill vs Reavis; arguments on motloa to dismiss concluded, and case taken under advisement. Territory vs Chambers; motion for order to produce, Lai sen, a con vict iu the penitentiary, as a witness, denied. Wednesday, April 9. Special Grand Jury empanneled for case oi Jas Shadrick . Motion to dismiss attachment suits against W J Murphy being ar gued. Court adjourned to 1;30 p. m. The following Trial and Grand Juries were empanneled yesterday aDd this morning: U, S. TRIAL JCRPRS. J J Gardiner, A Goldberg, M Gi.di haux, W J Abbott, D C K) icg, A Goodfellow, G W Marlar, F Moss, W C Pimm, F A Pollock, J P Atkinson, E Lowrey, P R Ruben, C W Shawner, G F Slankard, J03 Thalhcimer, J P Moflitt, F Dchiney, G W Mauk, E W Hall, F Videll, W F McNuUy, SPECIAL TEP.R1TOKIAL GRAND JCKOliS . I Miller, W J Scott, W C Collier, W T Smith, S Novinger, J ttinsou, C Goldman, J R Thuriaan, J M Lewis, W L Suirine, E Gai;z, N Rosenthal. C II Grey, G M Whiltaker, J Bryant, W M Leggitt. J R Loosly, V M Webster, 11 II Linvilic, W M S aadage, J P llolcomb, H W Ryder, J Kelley, U. S. GRAND JUROES. M Asher H lioc maker T F Derrick E Winters F P Fowler Wm Liggett E Isaac J H Berger Thus Barnum Jaa Cotton J B Creamer E Ganz P K Rickey Ge3 E Loring S E Patton Jos Cartwright Charles Church J T Gibson E Rood S H Tiffany S M Huston S H Jackman TKV.RITOKIAL GRAND JURORS. M W K .lea Chas Goldman J R Loi sley N Rosenthal H W Ryder E Meyer E Ganz II H Linville Robert B Todd Wm Standage J M Lewis Thos Morrow J M Edis G II Rothrock I Stroud J B Kelly Jas Stinson 8 Noringer Jas P Halcomb J R Turin an W L Surrine C T Hayden A Benton Wednesday, April 9th. AFTERNOON SESSION. Tomas Perez admitted to citizen ship. Territory vs Chambers; nolle pros entered, defendant discharged and bail annulled. In attachment suits against W J Murphy, the motion to di-charge was denied, and cross-motion to file amended affidavit and undertaking allowed. A A Ward vs DBalsz; demurrer overruled, and ordered to answer on Saturday morning. First National Bank of San Jose vs S Franklin et al : demurrer with drawn and ordered to answer to morrow morning. Thursday, April 10th. U. S. COURT MORNING SESSION. U S Trial Jury excused till Mon day next. TERRITORIAL COURT. Special Graud Jury returned an indictment of Jas A Shadrick, for murder, and were discharged, with thanks of the Court for their prompt action. Territory vs Jas A Shadrick, de fecdant, arranged and ordered to plead tomorrow morning at 9 a. m. Territorial Grand Jury came into court and presented an indictment against John Roy for incest, and ig nored a charge against Francisco Andrada as being a cheat. The follow ing are the Territorial Trial Jurors empanneld: E S Hersche E E Brigeman W L Slater E K Buker Winthrop Sears I B Hand M Ellingsoa Robert Kern W S Mills A S Foushee E W Bryan J W Tedrow G D Hobson M Pomroy O M Stewart Frank T D Miller Jos Cummings Jos Means P Simmons John D Spooner C A Luke E Pescaro Amos Hawks E Pomroy Eoard of SiUjeri isui-0. Office of Board of Supervisors ) Maricopa County, A. T. ) PnacNix, April 7, 1884. . Board met pursuant to law; pres ent M Wormser, Chairman; N. HcTikk, Supervisor; Frank Cox, Glerk, and the District Attorney. Minutes of lbs previous meeting read, approved and signed. On motion, and by vote of Worm ser and Herriek, bill of M W Kales for $625, for insurance on Court house allowed, and the warrant or dered drawn on the Building Fund. On motion, and by vote of Worm ser una lle:rie:r, u appeurn.s tnai S E Pulton has put in tht! Court room gilt pointers at-.ached to tower clock. It is ordered that a warrant be drawn in favor of S E Patton ou the Building J una tor -pou, contract price. On motion Board adjourned to meet al 1 p . m. AFTERNOON SESSION. One o'clock D. m. Board met pursuant to adjournment, present, M Wormser, Ghairmau ; N Heirick, and A J Halbert, Super visors; Cleik F Cox and District Attorney A C Baker. The Sheriff and Treasurer pro ceeded, in the presence of the Board, to make Iheir quarterly settlement. It apperring to tho Board that sa;d settlement was correct, on motion, and by vote of Messrs Wormser, Herriek and Ilalbert, and settle ment was approved. Geo. F Kemper, Treasurer, fl'ed his quarterly statement and account with tbe Clerk of the Board, and proceeded to make his settlement ai required by law. After an exam ination of his said statement and vouchers, by vote of full Board, said statement an l account was set tled and approved, and the Clerk instructed to destroy the vouchers. On motion, and by vote of full Board, the following bills were al lowed nnd oidered paid: No. 134, A C Baker, salary and fees as District Attor ney .$300 00 No. 135, Frank Cox, salary and services as Clerk of Board 151 50 No. 130,'T G Greenhau, sal ary as Probate .Judga 75 00 No. 137, A J Halbert.per diem as Supervisor and mileage. 59 80 No. 13S, N Heriick, per diem. as Supervisor 85 00 No. 139, M Wormser, per diem us Supervisor 95 00 No. 1-10, S E Pa ton, tor cof fins and burying paupers.. 48 00 On motion Bead adjourned to Tuesday, April 8, at 10 a. m. Phoesix, Ap. il 8, 1S84. Eoard met pursuant to adjourn ment ; present, M. Wormser, Chair man; A. J. llaibert, and N. Her riek, Supervisors; aud Frank Cox, Clerk. Minutes of previous meeting read, approved ar.d tigned. On motion aud by vote of full Board the report of John 11. Pome ry of road district No. 4, accepted and approved and the fullowing bills allowed ar.d ordered paid. No, 141. J. II. Pomcroy, work on road in Di.- t No. 4 $112.70 No. 142. II. J. Harper, work on road in Dist. No. 5 95.50 On motion :tnd by vote of Messrs. Wormser and Halbeit, Mr. Herriek being absent, a bill was allowed M. Jacobs & Co. for merchandise fur nished the county hospital to the amount of $57 5 and and ordered drawn on Hospital Fund. S atemcnt of Geo. E. Wallace, Stewart of Poor House Hospital filed and- approved and accepted by vote of full Board and allowed for $428 on Poor House Fund. Bill of sundries furnished for hos pital allowed by vote of full Board to Geo. A. Wallace for $32.50, and warrant ordered drawn on Poor House Fund. On motion and by vote of full Board the following bills were al lowed an I ordered paid. No. 143. L. II . Orme, Sher iff's fees and disb'semcnt?$l,314.S5 No. 144. D. P. Jones, fees as quarantine officer No. 145. J. P. Moffett, work on road in Dist. No. 1... No. 148, N. A. Morford, for printing 135.00 688.91 350.00 20.40 No. 147. II. AV. Brizzce, Jus tice' fees On motion Board adjourned to 1 o'clock p. m. Tuesday, April 8, 1884. AFTERNOON SESSION. One o'clock p. m Board met pursuant to adjournment, wiih Messrs. Wormser, Herriek and Ilal bert present. R.L.Shaw and others apprared before the Board and asked the con sideration of a certain petltiou ask ing for the establishment of a school district, taken up. On modon, ami by vote of full Board, the matter of sa;d petition was continued until Thursday, April 10, 1884. Ou motion, Board adjourned un til Wednesday, April 9th, at 10 o'clock a. m. April 9, 1S84. FORENOON SESSION. Board of Supervisors met pursu ant to adjournment, present M. Wormser, Chairman ; N. Herriek, A J. Halbert, Supervisors; and Frank Cox, Clerk. Minutes of previous meeting read, approved and signed. On motion of full Board the fol lowing bills were approved and or dered paid. No. 148. O. L. Mahoney, phy sician's fees for quarter $198.50 No. 149. Chung Fy, feeding prisoners . . .239.08 On motion and by vote of full Board, the report of AV. Miller, Road Overseer of District No. 3, accepted and approved and the following bill ordered paid: No. 150. AV. Miller, work on road in District No. 3 $393.22 On motion and by vote of full Board, bill of Henry Rixen for clearing court house nnd painting signs as per contract to amount of $115 ai proyrd and wnrraut ordered drawn on 'cha Building Fund . . Ou motion and by vote of full Board, the following bills wure al lowed and ordered paid: No. 151. J. A. R. Irvine, rent Judge's chambers pr month? 12 00 No. 152. T. G. Grcnhaw, pub lic bonds 1.50 No. 153. Cabinet Restaurant, feeding prisoners 137.20 No. 154. A. L. Ileushaw, ju ror's certificate 8.00 No. 155. AV. Miller, quaraus tine offices 28.00 In matter of bill ot R. T. Osborne for three ilr.js' alteneianee in ceurt, rejected by vote of -rornser ar.d Hallert. Adjourned to 1 p. m. April 9, 1884. afternoon session. Board met at 1 o'clock, p.m., with Wormser and Ilalbert present. O.i motion and by vote cf Messrs. Wormser and Halbert, il is ordered :hat the Road Overseer of Road Dis trict No. 3 procure the County Sur veyor and have the line of the Mar icopa ro-:d surveyed, commencing at northwest coiner of Section 23, T. 1 N.R. 4E. and running south cn section lines to S. W. corner of Sec tion 34, T. 1 N. R. 4 E. On motion and by vote of Messrs. WToi ruser and Herriek Ihe following bill was allowed: Sam'! Hill, stoves, tinware,etc. $70 50 On motion and by vote of full Board Sam'l Hill was allowed ou bill for stoves, tinw ire, etc., furnish- d hospital the sum of 44.37. AVai- rat ordered drawn on Hospital Building Fund. On motion Board adjourned to April 10, at 10 a. m. Report from Arizona's Insane PclHOOS. Governor Tritle has received a re port from Asa Clark, superintendent of the private insane asylum ht Stockton, at which the insaue f.om this Territory are treated, for the quarter ending March 31st. During the quarter 5G persons from this Ten itory have been confined ; 3 have died and 1 dis: harged, leaving 52 at the end of the quarter. Two of the deaths were Irom this conn y, being David Harris nnd Larry ("onley. The expense for the quarter has been $3,955 55, a warrant for which was forwarded to-day. Journal. At the meeting of '.he Republican County Central Committee on Satur day evening last the following gen tlemen fro:u the various precincts "in the county were elected delegates to the Republican Territorial Conven tion which meets in Phoenix on the 25ih instant for the purpose of electing delegates to the Republican National Convention to be held in Chicago in June: Vulture' . 3. E Kitklaud . .Geo. AVilcox .AVm . Laughlia J. J. Wingar . .Col.W. Christy F. A Shaw M.II.CuIderwood J. B. Creamer S. M. Houston McDowell Tempe and Mesa Phoenix The following dtdegates have been selected by Yavapai county to the Republican Teiritorial Convention: S Wollenberg, J H Carpenter, F Iv Aiusworlh, Geo H Tinker, F M Mur phy, J E.lis, P B Brannin, J C Mar tin, Sam'l Hill, AV O O'Neitl, P M Fisher, and J L Hall. From .Wednesday's Daily. Major Geo. E. Glenn is announced as Chief Paymaster of this Military Department, with station at Whip ple Barracks. A special Grand Jury was ordered this morning in the case of Shad rick, the slayer of Phelps. Prescott is asking of the Super visors of Yavapai county an appro priation of $400 to fix up the road to Ash Fork. The arguments on motion to dis miss the c ase of Churchill vs Reavis on ground of jurisdiction continued till 3:30 this afternoon, at which time the Judge took the matter un der advisement. Mr. Patrick, the engineer, informs us that ninety-five teams were at work yesterday cn the new head ditch for the Maricopa and Sa't River Valley Canals. It is expected that the ditch will be finished in about ten days. Mr. Geo. II. Tinker, Yavapr.i's favorite Bohemian, made "the Her ald office a pleasant fraternal call this morniag. Mr. Tinker's name appears among the delegates from his county to the. Republican Terri torial Convention which meets here shortly. ml . 3r .pr ii i i4i epa THE GREAT FOR AIOT. CURES Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbsgo, Backache, Headache, Toolhach, or Thr-But, Swelling, PpralK, BruliM, Ufirnn, tenuis. Frost liit, ABD ALL OTItEK bOUH.T FAIKS AUD ACHKS. Bold bj Drafriiiiind I)al-ra verywher. Fifty Ct&M a bottle. Direction in 11 Language. T1IE C1IAKLG8 A. VOfiKLEU CO. Trim am - V0(3LX2 4 OO-) Baltimore, fld C.S ASSIGNEE'S fJOTiCE ALL PER-ONS indebted to W. P. McNulty, will please call na nettle each iu(ieble(i!ie?s with "he undersigned, so as to avoid costs. Suits will lie com menced immediately against parties not paying promptly March Si, 1884. Crbkshaw, Assignee, tf For Sale. FEW HIVES OF FIRST-CLASS Italian Bees. Inquire ol Fbaki Cox lA3 I TOTY5S If n lisn dbs Ton?a BOWELS, r-nd MALARIA. 3 S3 5 1 . otfthodiaeiisesoftlic butiiKii race. Theae mptorus indicate tiieir exittenca: I.OSI of Appetite, Bawds costive, Kick If-itu fee, riill.is after eat tait.Mversiua ta exfertiOM mf XtnA-j r aMfiUi. Ki-MctAtion ot foci, f Jrrit abll liyottcin tier, lowt--ii-it, Afraltus siue3, '-Jfc'Uii'ltvjf a tlia Jiart,ota fcefnve r.:a -' t-, Iif-;SilT elerea Vrtne.CO.'V-sTif' A 1"Ii.".nrt demand tho usu of a reaie.ly taat ae.tdiretiy.oa the l.iver. AiiTornerticii'r"CXT'i J'li.IjS li.ive no : J1. Tiieir action on tha Kiiinys rnd Siln is also prompt; removiiis H im-ui-iti?s thioiijra tbaie tkreo " K-'av-ii-ra of tli atn," prodneicir appetite, sound Uiseaiaon, recrukir stools, elar ekiu and a tik t'ouabody. TCTT'S ntU cnuse no nansea or frripingr nor interiare wiLb dail t vroTic and are a pei-fe.ct AF4"TIDOTG TO TALARI A. TOWS HAIR 0E. GratIIais ok Whissees changed in tan l ly to a Grxi.sr rxACX by a ainglo application of this Dye. Sold by Drnir glals.orseut bTrespiwsson receipt of SI. Office, It M:ir-v Strnot. New York. Sir J 2i.:.3L C? S3SHJI, T&ZX A No. 1 Grain Pastuie. A No. 1 grain pasture can be Lad ac the ranch of Wm. Isaac, 4 miles Avestof town. Price per head per month 1.50. No stock taken for less than one month. VrM. Isaac. DEM VARIETIES Pkopeietob ......J. F.EICI'.ERL CiUS PETEK3 Finest Theater ia the Territory, Cur List of Popular TevoritEs: Jchn MuHigan, Ida Thompson, Cus Peters, Willis Peters, Nettie KendaSI, Hattlo Kendal!, Ceo. Foster, Frof. eSathan. EESSSAME CSAit 553 XWICS A WEES Free adm;R.im is given to ltie li3n?e ami a twiMity f.ye rent rivink entitles yen to a comfortnhjr! gear, J.:cii order iiiTa rinbiy prewrved Mew Boxes with Pr.'vale tnirancc-s. 11 tesAfflKiS aoai aoLau. HaaaJ rW? Wagon, Miners, Grocers Portable anil Counter Scales. ai so, Trucks and Coff33 Mills. For fuil Catalogue and Prices address, D X. Hawt.et, Gen 'I As't. 1.7 & 119 Market St ,San Francisco. All wine merchants, druggists and grocers sell Daniiana Bitters. Vou wii.t. never have a sour sior ache if you drink Dainiana Bitters. The sale of an article is the criter ion of its merits. Damiuna Bitters have large sales For a good appetite drinfc Bami ana Bitters. J. M. Molano, agent, Damiami Bitters regulate the stomach and is the best tonic. A positive cure for dyspepsia Da'iiiana Bitters. For health, strength and virror, drink Damiana Bitters. J. M. Mon tano, Agent. Dastiaxa makes the old younjrand tbe weak strong and healthy. J. Montana, aent. 15 t xr trrTr Vi 1 T 1 in RCTT ntirl ntliPr t lectio Aprn-;-CEs. u ' " ill fieim on thirty da s trial to m fcX. YOUSC 1 ft Oi.l,-wL- aro S'ilfcriiifr f' trvous ie-bi.it-, JjC.si Vitality, aud t-iosc oiecses oT a pTonal nature rtsiitinj: from abuse ai.d other cam pes. .vpe dy r- li-innd com plete i-KAtoniTion to ileal' rt. Vior, and .Van hood Guaranteed. Semi ai once lo Iiiusi rated Pnmjiiiei free. Address YoIlaicEoKCo., m Proposals tor Fresh Baef artl Kutt:n. Tt'-iftqunrters repartment of Arizona. Omcel"Cbierevii::nii-!-ury.fSuli9teiic, Whiffle Bark jcks. Pi;escoit. a. i ., I .Vu'cii :il. 1SS4. S SEALED PK'PtSAI.!?, in iriJic.'.tc, subject ti the UMi-d conditions, will Le received at ibis -Dice or at the efKc 8 of the Act in i C nmiasariis of .Subs:t. encp. at the following nanw-d posts until 12 oVlocb, t:ocd- on OEtd;.v, April !41, IMS-, at which time and place lhey will be opt ned iu the presence of bidders, for furni?-hl k and delivery of mco qnan tit es of Beef and Mutton on ihe block, as may frjm time- to time be required at Forts Apachu, Bowie, Grant, l-uitch'.ica, Lowell, Met) e!l. Mojave. Thomas and Vcido ani Whipple Brravks, in ibis Department from July 1, ls4. to June oO, Mr-5. The 3o7cnimont rcRerves the riqbt to reject any or idl proposals, Proposals must bo accompanied by a gnar-.mee nie'iied by two rcspoa-ible per sons in the sum of $1,000 e:.ch. unit in kc conlancu with the fonn p. esc ib U. Each jironosal must be acon.p.mtel hv an affidavit st. tin;.' forth thai the bidder is not concerned direc ly or ir.eii-ecily in any other bid tban thai to v. hit-h his name la appemled. The sui-cessftil bidder will be rcqnir-1 to tutcr i;.to a written contr;ict with the Uuiteu States, with e-od and app.o-.cd ecurity. witLin SO daB after bciuif noti fied of the aceeptnn ,e of his prof osal. Bidders will understand ibat. coniracta made under this advert iem nt and pro posals made in response thereto, shall not be construed to involve the United States In any obligation for p -yment iu excess of the appropriation granted by Congress for tiie pnrp.-se. , , Blank proposals, guarantees and afnaa vits, and :ull inforination as to thornan rer of bulding, conditious to be observed bv bidder1, ami terms ofcontrici intd pay meet, will lie f-iniimed on appdemioii lo this ollice, or to the Coiumissary at the Post. , . , . Envelope containing propoa.s encuid be marked "Proposals for Bel' and mut ton' ami addressed to ti.e unlreurnei or to the respective Post Comralssav.es. i'HAS.i'. BAlUN, 4w Captain and. C. S , 17. S. Army. 5fl DAYS jBIAL tons ML 131 9T l 6, ei. 1-S. U El 54 S's M S d -OF TO BE HELD IN ' PHCENIXr A. T., APRIL 26, 1884. Under the auspices of Phoenix Lodge No. 2. . : COPVSrVJITTEEOF ArlRANCEMENTS M. Mitchell, J. J. Harkins, AV. A. Ilancock, J. E. Wharton, IVINTERS &PARKINS ON. WHOLESALE AND 11ETA1L DEALEES IN We have just received the Latest Improved ROLLER MiLL and Grain CLEANER Combined, and we are now prepared to furnish n First-Class Article of ROLLED Barley at the Low est Market Price. CUSTOM WORK done nt Eeosonntile Rates. Barley De iverad to all parts of tho City FREE CF CHARGE. GASH PAID Office and Warehouse ai J.V. T. 13! VI Mi Five hundred dollars want ed to open up A Silver Mine Situated on the Verde1 Hirer. ONE-FIFTH INTEREST is offered for that sum! Size, 150 Feet between the walls J Average Assay of ore body at the surface 32 oz. Silver per ton J Forward communications to It. B. Herald Office. Pi RaillH fine: Sfallion Will make the seasoia at the FASHION STABLES, Phoenix, - - Ariz. For a limited number of Mares. The best cf attention will be giAen to mares left in my charge, and Erery Precaution will be taken to PreA-ent Ac dents. For terms and other in formation inquire of eper, Acenl. 1 al Notice to Creditors. Estate of Cauiel White, deceafed. VT OTICE is hereby priver. by the ur.fler siune adiu'r.i?. r iior c-f il:e era;e of Inpiel v lli e. (ice.-a-'-rt. loliie c-reiliiort cf. m il ull purm liaving rHi:iiB pnii at Sitkt deceased, to rxliib't the n wiih the neces-arv vouchers, within four nionih- after til - flrt pub nc-iuon of tin? notice, t,. lh:i s.-iid dn-.iiii-lrator ill his place of hnri ne9? in the ciiy of Plloeni-K in liie ccunty of MaiiC ips. Til OS. ShilttJtA N, V.aea iitocn iisib, im?. ovr Proposals for Flour. TTradqnartrs Department of Arizona, Ofrk-.eof Chief Commissary of Siibsisience, w Eirri-E JJAKKJICKS. rrcarotr, . . x-. 1 March 21, 18-4. 1 SEA1F.D PROPOSALS in tiipiicute. subject to the tianal condiiion. vill be rec'.iv-:rt a- tbis c-frt :e nd at iho office of the c ii.ff Ci n:m Bsuri s of " ubeis-t-ence at tho f .llowitir until -d pot in Ari- lona Terrnoiv, ui.til 1 c ci ck, rnnn. !fml v. April .il. 1 at which 'ime and pKcoa thy will be pe-.itc! in i ref,euce of biddeis, for furnishing ami detivervof Ariz.ni t-Mourasfo lows: Fort "Ap:che. 6 0i:0 lb- ; Fort Toivie XI.OUO lbs-; Fo:t Grant . S0.000 lbs ; Fort llnachuca, iW.WO lbs.; F-n Lowell. :.H.(KM n-s ; i-ort McDowell. 3S.0UU lb.H.: F'-rt Thorn ts. 26'WO San fnrlw, iiO.t'Uo lbs ; irn Venie, -jo.uOO lhg ; Whijiple B-r-raeks. 4.(xn ibs. Frt. ish.s fr f'.i-nibliirid: flinr mode in Atiz na and from n:'.oea -wh -ar oniy will b cons il -r -d. The (i.-vciument re rervea the rishi to reject any o.- all pro positi a . Ulank proposals, prnirantee and full iiifrmal ou as l.i'iie in:ini.ero! hiddinjr, condition to b- o-iserv-d by buld -rp. and term- of contract ai:d p.iynient. will be Iu riahd on av-pileiitioii to til s ofiice or to the Coitiniis-uriet? ar :he p-jal.e. Kuveloi es containing pionosaN phould be marked Pi-opo?-ili fir Hoiir ai. anil a-Mires-ed to the ni:dertign' il, or to the Commissary al the po-T. C HAS. E AG AN, 4w Captain and C. S , U. S. Army. S50 Reward. I will piv f?.10 f-r ir.rovmnti n Icdinr; to 'Iu- iIl'Ii ctf!iti tlic n m vrlio stoic a new wa-.cn sin t fiom roy premises. K. K. rAiti.WiT.Ji 0. F. 1334,: if imo! pit mm bCLCDnMllun,- TIIE - G. F. Kemper L. FovHer, FOB BARLEY. Smith's MILL, Phoenix, Arizona. FOE, SALE. A VERT Desirable : Ptcpeity. 60 ACRES OF LAND, AVel! Improved aod a .food Stand Selling Hay and Grain To Teamsters." Reference: W. A Ilancock or inquire at this ofSce. Alfalfa Pasturage. half mile northeast cf Phoenix. Also nil . I. a and gr-m nay aim -om ire di 1t:h covri for ettle. , , mli25-3w F. L.BKILL Special Reward! The Tavapai Stock Growers AesncUtion offer a Special Reward FOK I .x FORMATION which nhr.l! IT'.ct ihe recovery rfcat't. bra:; tied ilianiond ftn u a ha'f A k ft hip, TThicti sai-i eitue phall liavo 4. beti. driv en off the old Clamor rjnjrn a t'i4t,nS Arize.na, vttllout i.nthoritv J fnttu tliis cwn-.Tf. Messrs. Ftaher t I!n.Ji:ford. Such reward connt-ti 1 f tivf (5) tlol !i"r- t.cr head, an all cattle tlma recovered. Aiidmas W. E. klAZELTlH-'. Se, relary. mh-'J3ia Pret-cotti Arm. HP I I tJ tti M K. ; ( IV CJ t? ES KELLY & SPEEDY, holefale and Retail Daalcra 1b Beef, Fori Veal, Mutton, Etc PHCENIX, A. T. Corner ot AVashington A Center Pt s pi (L-3.5 eS a Anr.lvsls bv Tr. A. Vorlckcr. F. H. f., oa-PtilU:ig- ChemiKt Itoral Agricultural f-oe'd , Kiuilanri, eliowa onlv a tr ice ot nitniu-a In ;i.io!;-,vel!'s Hull Durham Toba- co. 'I uei u-tt at the (Hilden Holt of 2un h Caiolina. In whlcU Ui--lent. That ts the gecrft ot its 1 el 1 .wi ,ii.i,.,o Koitiinr- a xmiv ami ltu'irimis .or .'mnWni. l on t. foitrot Uic bran d. Ivooct uiiie wlfliont i ho trade-iuarli ut tlie liun. dealers have It. TThrn M:rie concerts driver.wtiy iil ep.your h--st soiiiee is loi.nd iu ham mo:inj 2'6u-.-o. ("; DLACKWELL'S " l :::.i CULL S V::A '' ':- DURHAM l..z:: ' SMOKING s:-"5' tosacco . ---: ftV-'T"!'-:- "" : a MA t 1 1 m - b &sf & g iO & or5 R 2.3y O i C3 5 p AwP H ' "is - g a-:sl Rrf o a i ci5geaS- Hft.- 11 'c S -33032 t ul u ca .;' '".V"