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NEW SEEIES VOL XL NO 16. PHOENIX, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, THURSDAY. JUNE 19. 1884 WHOLE NO. 1707. v 8a2 Fbascisco lias assumed con trol of the copper market of the Unit, d StU. Goteuwor Sheldon bus asked lue people ffNiw Mexico for help for the Rio (Ji slide sufferers. Tildes'? letter. June 10. tJ the -Kew York Siato d mmittee snvs tnnnt ouw assume the lubors oi ai' administration or ef cauia s.' It has been fnllr demonstraUd that the cliesp and rapid plan al build in? railmiris m the Veils of ravines and ininn diatily on rivets Is c-ffstt by costs r-f repair r.tcCFsi nted by a houls Had the lo-s of traffic ' Itj d' Uy. It is probable that engio etrs will conclude 10 locale rmlroadi above hib water mark. When Delegate Stcbbins reached Cbicafo he found P. P. AVi:cor. In dian Agent at San Carlos, in the committee rooms fully qiipped with credentials ns a reprc sentaiivc from Arizona to the RipubJicm) Convention. He was prompl 'y tired out. Wm. Griffllh, of Pima, un al ternate, had indorsed over to Wi crx h a credentials as alternate, and the latter was coing to ncf for Stebbins. Judge Churchill cnme ti the relief of Stebbins, and af.erward ssiid of "Wilcox: ,-I made him admit tht he bad never voted in ArizoiE, and fiittbermore, that he would not if be conld. .The idea of such a nmn pn--Biimioe to act for the people ef Ari zona in so i.nporlant a mutter us naming their President ! Sammy Tildes final assertion thut he w ill not act as figure- beud for the Di mocrats during the next electiou takes the wind out of the s.i i Is of that rudderless old ship and lenvc her helpless among the break ers fiiir.mv'n filure in 1870 wss n extremely sore spot among: Dem ocrats aod its frniHrting was sufficient t" render them blind to tariff or any other pr inciple for tit fake Of vindi cating the so culled election of Til den and Hendricks over H.ijes and Wheeler. The Democrats would have remain, d united und entliuai iifctie witt Tiiden as candidate and l lie contest Would have been hot und party lines closely drawn; but bis .iliS'.luie refusal discoueeHS Hum a' d they are airraiiy scouring the field and beating the bush,-if per chance they may scare out a dark horse. And rrsiny nn old war-horse, dark and ob-cure enouh, ticts cut tlirruigh the pale TilJen has left opened. He pr mc-. th, out be beud tth his nc-k with prMe, he saveih hHl ha I nd smelU th the bottle afar ill but iht lie;.ul.licai:s have si nt all daik Imiges to the f :.r and have tioMeil f rili two thorough bieds for the ra e. Why, tvtna blind man w.uld bi t on Blaine. Tentorial Twigs. Ice four cents cott. a pound in Pies- TELEGRAPHIC- It is nn open question whether Stale election laws that effect the national result shoold not b some what under national gnpe. "ion The election 1 ws of Louisiana verv nearly caused civil war in the United Slates in 1876 when Hayes and Til "den were cnndldates, the former be Inj. counted in by the .Louisiana re'urning board, the electoral com misir.i;. In itself illegal, supporting the Sute laws Louisiana elections are a disgrace to a republican form of government. The 2ew Orb ans Pir.ayutie says that the "vote on the con-tituiional amendment, as pro. mulnated by the official jviin: L eti.o.1 57 76t in favor a d 83,401 nj-ainj-t. but the Democratic caucus conclncirt that it bns been curried a i-lericai error of 8,000 votes having been discovered. Reprksi STATivE vohn H Lewis, of Illinois, has been instructed bv the House committee on public lands to retort favorably the i ii.t resolution which prohibits the btc retary of the Interior from taking any further steps to o: fi m or pat ent any lands granted ny corpora tion, btate or person by Congress, in any case where icporls favoring the forfviiure of such land grants have been made in either branch of this Congress, until after final action -bull be taken upon " such bills, or until llin Supreme court of the U S. shall decide upon the validity of such grunt. The resolution further provide th t the Secretary be pro hibited from certifying or patenting to any corporation an lard grant, except when suih corporation ha cr.ruj lied ftiictly with all the cmdi fra f the cranling act, aud that in all cacs of doubt in construing tliOS;1 condition", the benefit of the doubt be j:iven the government. A Bti.L providing that ibiid ard fourtli class ma'ter shall be foiward- ed, from one destination to another, without the payment of additior al rostage, the same as letters and postal cards aie now forwaidi d, has rec- ired the unanimous approval of the House PoMcfflce Committee and will probably be passed. On account of the legal aod commercial adver tist menfs which they contain, news papers should be forwarded to their d s:iniion. Newspapers are enter ed ns "second-class" matter (under protest as regards editorial!-) nnd when they accumulate at washouis tr other points of interruption they are too frequently thrown as-ide and lost. Then ceme complaints from advertising agmts and trouble to fi rd duplicate copies in order to fill contracts. By all means let the bill p ss and uny o hers for the peifect incofcur mil service, which is good but should be better. XOT FOB FIELD. Stockton, Cat , June 1 1 A dele gate movtd to t-trike out the clause in the platform which was adopted iiere lo-d-y lepudiuting Field as n post'.le candidnte for nomination. 1 he motion was I-.ist by a vote of 19 to 453. TEXAS FLOOD. Galvestox, June 11. Near Tlioindal'. the Binzo- has overflowed 5, 00 ac es of fainting laud. The i ai Iroaris are distril utin car ioa'ls f cotton seed fiee to farmtr.s who will reiibut. Railroad traffic with in the sioim belt is at a stand ti!!, unit nuineious washouts aferepoil ed. 1 lie inihoad biiilge across the Trinity rivtr, between Palestine and lloiift n, is reported washed away. Near Alvaredo, in the Wissmiri I acitic at the ht ad of C lumbin Cr. ek, 400 lect I tnstle was washed away. All ti teams ate very high. I he Btiizos at Richmond is higher than evi r known, ovei flowing its banks for 2'JO hii'alted uiles. The Trinity i- flooding lhe ci nntiy for an ciual disti.rce. The Sabine is ?woilen to a great river, carrying tb.wn hundreds of thou-hijds )f loirs i ml a 1. com luliw is in imminem dai err i f breaking, - ailott ing the Viiiim b'c prpiny lope lost in the Gulf. Oran :e Ci v on the Sabine is entirely Hibmt'-gi d and the inhabi t.m's are going about in boats. Piper and soap works are the latest Tucon Enterprises. The Red Rock country, east of Verde Js fust se'tliug up with farm ers and stock men. The town we'l at Quij.itoa is now 500 feet deep and bus 2C0 feet of water, so says the Prospector. S. C . Rr-es, of Chino, ha, this spring, sold about $300 worth of strawberries from a very small pa'.ch. At a recent t'zwin dance at San Carlos, two Imiiun were ki'led in a generl free fight among the Apaches. Every month, more or less, in Ari zona during the last tlittt years the quanti;y of raiof ill has been incieusing; which indicates that At izona's arid days are of the past If so, mesa lauds will som. be con verted into grain fieids. Star. The Piescott Courier of Junt 12!h, says : A great de; 1 of lumber is now going fiom l'rccott mills to the .-ouih and wi st. . . . Po-tmns'cr Mr-b tinuKshe must have sent a'njone tin usaud letti rs esierdav ..The hotel will be built. .. .Lumber sales are large. A Fcientific commission cnmpo-i d of eminent Mexican ccienists ore visiting the extinct Cntzrendiro Vol cano that is situated in the Slate of il iehoacari . Alreidy a ul emmiBt of valuable data has been cfllictcd aid wit! be published on the return of the ctrumissiou ;o the City of Mexico, ItAXl'ALl.S KESOLCTION. AVashin;ton, June 11 At the mertiug of the Honte coinmiite on appropri it ons to-day the following re oluiion was oll'eied by Mr. Ran. dail i.rd was adopted as an amend mi nt on ihe tcnetal deficiency bill; the vote was six to three, a paity vote was af those present: 1 hat no Senator, representative or delega'e in congress, cr Senator, rcpre--enta-tive er delegate elect, and no officer, clerk or en ployee of the United States or any department, branch or bureau or any d' ;artment thereol or any person icceiving any sal ary or compensation from moneys diiivtd from the ticasuty of the Uni rd States, or any tontract under the United States, shall pive to any person or persons directly Or inrii nctly any money or valuable thing to he applied to the promotion of any political object whatever. That any prison suiity of the violation of this provision shall be guilty f a mitdi mentn-r, and shall, on cenvic liOL thereof, be puni-hed by a fine not exceeding 55,C(0 or imprison ment for the trim of three jears or by both fine ami impi isonu ent in the discretion of the env.-t. COSMS6ED TF.LKGKAMS. Es-Jufrtice Noah S. Swajr.e is dead. Two hundred weavers nt Full Rivrr struck for wags ou June 12ili, closing 160 looms. Cincinnati Democrats held a Thur man meeting on June 12th. Calhoun Benhum, a prominent lawyer of San Francisco, died on Thursday. The Slate B ink of West Virginia failed for $110,000, wi.'h $115 000 assets, on Thur.-d.iy. The Choctaws of the Indian Ter ritory aie conducting an oigamzftl band ol" robbeis nuiubeiirg lbO. The military there have killed two aud aje pur-uing Ihe bah'l. The California State Democratic convention wiil prububly insTuct for Thurman, since lilden's with drawal. The Texas Dtmocratic convention demands the nomination of 'I ilden and Hendricks, also the n movnl of all res-tricli- ns of silver coinage. It opposes the acquisition of large tracts of public lands by aliens and demands the absolute exclusion of Chinese,, The Democrats of- Nivad'i are revolting against "the machine" of that state. New missions are to be opened this year in Mexico. Printing prcs-te will be sent. Petitions are being signed asking the goveFiiment for additional appropriations for Indian schools. The Flagstaff Champion, of June 7th, tays: 'I'ncnty criminal cases are to be tried at Presi ot: ...Mrs. B. A. Spngue, cf Albuquerque, is visiting Mis. Fay. . . .The Fish Com mission of iVa.-hington are to plant this week 1,000,000 shad in the Col oraao uver at the intersection witli the A. & P railroad. .. .Trains on the Mohave division of the S. P. R R vow lun on!v trv- wi eUiv. From Mohave to the Needles Tue?days, 1 hursdays end Saturdays, returning Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays ...Bu-iness men hereabouts should carefully scan nil silver dollars re crivi d, as the merchants of Prose J t ai- bring iroub'cd by pat tie- circu- latn-i. pn ity thoroughly excellent counterfeits. Close sctutiny is necessary for detection. . . .It is fear eel that the ne railsoad bridge now in course of construct ion acioss Ihe Colorado river, at the Needles, will not be completed befoie fall. If not, the traflic on the A. & P. will utler. Freight anel passengers aie now cio-ed by means of bouts. .. .Messrs Vinul & Pcrkius, of Hoibrook, we lei.ru, are to test the clay and sand in that vicinini'y with a view to opening up a biic'-- yard. If the materials ptove calefactory, and there is eviiy reas-.n to believe they wiil, ih' y iiitebd to go into brick makmg l y the millions. The indus try Will piove of vast importance to oui sister ril'age. . . .Our Inn nsmcn James Black und J. W. Spaffotd start to the Grand .Canyon to day or tos niorinw. 1 heir pmpose is to locate a new loute fiom this place which it is expected will hereafter be the favorite summer route. Mr. Black will select locations for a hotel on the road and Mr. Spafl'ord g.its to colli ct dali for future adveitisement of the Flagstiiff route Sam'l S. King, of Flagstaff, has been appoint i (1 to represent that section nt the New Orleans ExprsXion. . . .On the 3d, W iusloar gave the finest ball evi r held on Ihe line of i lie A. & P. road Tht Fourth of July celebration will be loud. The Prercott Journal of June 11th says: Woik on ihe new City Hal will be commenced in a few days New county schemes are crop ping out in several paits of the Ter ritory. . . .An order has been received at WhipDle for the transfer of Lieu tenant SiniDs.in to ihe insane asylum al Washington. .. .The road leadinir fn;m the head of the Hassayunipa across the divide to Lynx Creek, provided for in the Lynx Creek road bill, and for the. construction of which 2,000 was appropriated, has beeu completed, and on Sunday was examined by the commissioner- nn.l accepted. The bon3s for its con einicliou were today piid to the continctors, Messr-. Goldwater & S-r...F. A Smith has sold to Matthew K le u one-.-ixth interest in the Kimball mine f r $23,000. The Present! Miner of June 11th iay?: R-yal A. Johnson, Arizona's Suivey;r General, has returned from the Chicago Convention.... Court matters are progressing nicely and smoothly under our new Chief Justice, Sumt er How.trd. . . . Me ssrs. Michell&Baer contemplate com peting fur a prize at the Turritorial Fair wiih their photographic work "ihe Horribles" huve to-day engaged space in Ihe Miner, which will be filled with an interesting programme for our glori-ms F u:tli, in a few das .Judge Lemon of Phoi nix, who has been iu attendance st our court and lias transacted all business in a very lawyer-like and satf-tactory manner, returns home te-moi rw. . . .The to. E. Church concert will net in the neighborhood of fifty dollars, which, considering the low ptice of admission and the disagreeable night, may be consid ered very good James H. Toole Ircasmer cf the Aiiz'ina Pioneer A-si'cianon. is a defaulter to the a-sociali n of (41125. Jim wiil probub y pay Ihe twrnty-five cents om of bis own pocket. Toole is no longer a member of the association. A correspondent of the Albuquer que Journal, writing from Hack ber ry June 10th, says: An expert m the interest af San Francisco capi tal sis of unlimited means, has with in the past few days examined the most extensive copper deposit known in Arizona This deposits is situ ated in the Grand Canyon of the Gbioradn and tome sixty miles from Peach Springs, on the Atlantic & Pacific railroad. The mine is known as the Copper Kina and is owned by Messrs. Spencer fc Ridem.tir, tiny having secured the property by loca tion. This copper deposit was orig inally found by the notorious John D. Lee some twelve years ago when he was fleeing from justice on ac count of ihe Mountain Mead ws murders. The writer has before him a rough draft of the mine. It has been found a ledge of coppe r, and silver shows for C50 feet in length, and the width varies from 20 to 60 feet. This deposit is in Sandstone. Two bundled (ret be low the surface this ledge is in pla n view frcm the gorge of the Colorado Canyon The ore ly a.-sny yields 40 to 89 per cent, copper and silver $15 to 65. Cuts are made evi ly 50 feet along the ledge and samples taken. It will require a huge sum of money to put in a working plant An outlay of $ 100,000 has been esti mated as necessary. The last, grand rites of the Huali pai chief, Sequanvali, who died about twe inoiithsa.ro, were perforin ed at Kingman, Mohave county, on June 6tb fy 800 or 1,000 Hualapais ard Mohavus 'I he Molmves came up from the river to assist in elect ing a new head chief. Schrum, Siquauyah's cousin, was elected biir chief. The f mural orgies coni- nn need early Sunday morning by their assembling on the sid : of the hill gently sloping toward the west and killing two horsi s lo be eaten They killed seven altogether. The mourners to the r.uniber of fifty or more, men and iquaws, gUheicd under a tepee or shelter of poles covered with brush and grass, 'iheir grief is loud and boistrous but not sincere They ceaselessly mourn andery from sunrise till suniise m xt mori lrg rry loud, long and violently, even till tears coinc with supposed grief- Near them about weniy warriors, neatly dressed in knit undershirts and red cloth a.iotit the ir loins are drawn up in line with two ciiiefs in fr nt, a horseman niih it mas- f f athers on their heads on either side. They give a shout and then lun about a hundred yards unj the n return. This is ki pi up all cay and right, repeating as eifteu as llicit endurance will permit. At dayhuht they tet fire to the pyre on which is iilaci d all the old chiefs I effects, his c.othcs, ornaments and leather ctown. hen the fire dies down they scatter to their respective haunts. for that purpose, but to win It is slated that the bonanza firm will make Casa Grande their shipping point, to Qnij itoa, when they bring their machinery down from Nevada and California. They have careful ly inspec ed all the routes leading fiom the railroad to their mine. and find that the Casa Grande is, by far, the shortest and . best on On,1 i ffice was honored by a long visit from Chief Justice Howaid last Sunday. The Judge told us that, he had served his time at the case when a boy, and for years alter and has had a lingering weakness for the smell of printer's ink ever since, and to verify h'S statement took his seat at one of the e ases nnd set up a stick full of tvoe in cood shape. If HuJ's Howard was as good a pths'-r as he is a lawyer, the fraternity lost a valuable member when be left. Mohave Miner A getillemau who returned from Tucson last night informed an Epi taph repo.ted that Governor Safford, M. B. Clupn and Charles Hudson ware all Ihere, and that there was some; talk of resumption. FnyYii another souice it wus learned that they wer - protected oy armed guards and among ihe number -was Ben Titus, formerly watchman of the bank here. There is said to be a tcirible bitter feeling in Tucson against all connected with the Old institution, and bloodshed may be expected. I. is to be hoped these rumors may prove to be unfounded HiUltM Mm & Cl.- Wholesale & Retail DEALERS In all Sorts of Dry Goods and and Uiothing of the Latest Styles, of which we have Also the Largest and Most Complete Stock of Whol Shingles, Doors, Sasv FIRST-CLASS B At Reasc .V ttiifl Retail Y : MouVJings. and, STATES? Iac iezuma Streets.. Plaza. H. S. CROCKER &x Importing Statv Srs tstilk Culture, The Preseott Journal of June 12th ys: The county jai! contains 20 prisoneisat present. ...S C. Miller i plan! inn 30 acres of his ranch in a i f al ft this year in ntlditili-.n to 270 acies of corn. ..The following notice was this morning posted on the door of the court bouse: "None but officers are permitted to carry weap ns in this court bouse either open or concealed." The order is a good one and should be e nforci d. . . . Gerjrge Hajgis, fornicily an a.va.cr in Preseott, died at Signal June Cth Some valuable ledges of mineral have been discovered uoith of Flagstaff. The Preseott Miner of Juns 12th says: Billy Davis, in charge of Ihe grading party on the Central Arizo na railroad, accompanied by Harry Darlington came in fiom the works to-day alter supplies. They leport progress in the grading anel say that thing- look very much like a rail road would soon be here The jury in the case of Tackett, the Flag, slxff murderer, biouyht in a verdict of murder in the second degree. This leaves it with the discretion of tii e court to imprison Tucket in the Territorial prison anywhere between ten ycarsand the reniaiuder of his natural life. The Cliff n Clarion of June 11th say-: Justice Sias sentenced a cul prit to $15 and c sts for killing fi-h with giant powder, and addea that he would next time affix the full penalty of the .aw ...A petition is in circulation n Clifton nsKing for the pardon of C. F Hubson, sen tenced to Yuma for two ami a half I years tor grand larceny .air. Slaughter, the E-igle Creek cattle man, has placed 300 Sonora cattle on his ranch .Duncan will have a grand celebration on the Fourth . .. Captain N. S. Davis lias gone to Pre-scott t survey and bee in work on the railroad .Jii vvetincsaay at the new smelting plant two crushers will be started up on L-ingfellow ore. The entire plant wilt soon be in readiness to "blow in." The assessment roll of Gra ham county will show a handsome inctease for 1881 over 1S83. We are us yet unable lo give exact figures, but ihe total will certainly reach $l.CO0,0GO against 1600,1,00 in round numbeis for li.st year. . . .The special Pima ounly grand jury, which was in session for thirty el ays, cort that county, according to the Tuc.-on Index, $2 028 The average daily product of the 0!d Dominion fur naces al Globe is about 14 tans of ingot copper. .. .Me-6rs. Cutter & Clark h ive begun work with a g 'od force of men upon ihe railroad which is to connect the Detroit Cop per Company's mines with the Cob lailo railroad at the .Longfellow station. The convention of b.ih parties in Graham covin y when they meet should declare in language that cannoi be misunderstood ;. gainst any division of this tcunly. The Tombstone Epitaph of Jnne 2tlli says: The Epitaph is aut hor izid by a prominent Tomb-tone sporting man lo wager any amount from $100 up to $4,000 that James G. Blaine will be the next President of the United States. Betting isn't f argument and he doesn't wish to' bet The recent exhibition of silk pro ducts at Philadelphia shotved a sur prisinr interest in the business of producing cocoons in this country, ai d demonstrated a surprising adap tability of ceiiain regions lo the vocation. It was mentioned that cn the fiist annual award ofprimiums two yi i,rs ago.there were twenty-six conteMnuts from four Stall s; on the second, one yt ar ago, there were thiity-threc contestants from eleven States; and at the third, last eek. the-ie were sever ty-se-ven conies-. tants from twenlv Stales These figures show that the subject has begun to excite a large degree of inicret, anel it is not too much to hope, that before many years raw silk will figure as one of ihe pro ducts of the country, and the facto ries in New Jersey will draw a por tion of tueir supply of material from home sources.- It was shown nt the Philadelphia exhibition that the leaves of ihe whitu mulberry j ami me osage orange are me lavo rite food uf the wwrms, the former being the belter iti.-d yielding the finer flo s. The be;t co?oons weigh 1G0 to the quaiter pound, &nd from 1 hat down lo 233 to the quarter pound As Ihe business is new, of course the be-t results are not yet attained. Beginners will make many mistakes, because they have everything to learn; but they will learn from the business - itself; experience will gradually suggest impioved mclhoJs till in the end the subject will he llioroughiy mustered. In the mean time it may be said that, a good sup ply of mulberry trees and csae orange furnishes the first and chief condition of the business. In Arizona, for which we main tain an Entirely Separate Department and where everything desirable may be found. Family Groceries anil Provisions! Sufficiently Large and Varied to Supply the entire valley. All Goods of the Best Quality and as low as they can be had anywhere. Northwest Corner Piaza and Washington St., PHOESX - - - -"-"""-""Arizona. AND A1TD ercanliiB job Printersx BLAITK BOOK MANUFACTURERS 215, 217 and 219 BUSH. STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. ....FliODTJCEB OP.... PUBE WINES & BRANDIES VlNETAED, OeLLABS AND DlSTIXLEBY: Sr. HELENA, NAPA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA Send orders to CHARLES KRUG. 81. Halcna. Or J. J. DICKINSON, Traveling Agent. . . .No. 5, Hyde St., San Francisco. H. GOLDBERG, At the old stand, next door to tho Bank Exchange Hotel, IROCERIES AND PROVISIONS ! Op the Best Quality".. Familv Supplies Rlade a Specialty. Also a well-selected stock of Drv Goods. Boota nd Shoes, Hats, Furnishing Goods, &c. Uoods JJelivered 1 ree of Charge, H. GOLDBERG AOKKCT OT THE BANK OF ARiZONA. SOL. LEWIS. At. W. KALES Kales & Lewis BAfJXECVG, - A CORRESPONDENTS: fhe Bank of California, San Francisi 0 Messrs. Laid law & Co, New York w TILL PURCHASE OR AD- vance on gold and silver iiiu- libn. County bonds and warrants, Discount commercial paper, reciovc deposits repayable on demand, un dertake collections and transact a Gisiil Biss'JO BmlKm taff-ORce hoar, from 9 A. u. to 4 r. The Valley PHOENIX ARIZONA. CAPITAL - - $50,000 m ii. ?fekma3i Wm. Ciihisty.. . . e. j. bennett. . - President. Casliier . .A. Cashier PFEyCOTI AND SAMUEL BJU Wholesale aud Retail " " . .fSSSv AgcnU fot Dealers ia J i Jsb Worl; ani Ssjairicj Promptly Dono East Washington street, Ne the Phoenix Hot!. W. W. ViG US, Business folanager Tinware, Granite and Agate- Ironware, Pumps, Pipe-fitting and -- j WINDMILLS A Bpeeinlty: Ltfo ill! Wholesale and Retail DEALER 1 "was iULllWllii 9 PH DIRECTORS: M. II. SlTERMAM. SAM'L A. MdkPHT Wm. C'jikiotv, E J. Benjsett, Gut Besnett. CATTLE! FANCY POULTRY, Receive deposits, mnke collections buy and sell exchange, discount commercial paper and do a general banking business. 4tOfBce hours from t a, m, to ?i-T Beikshire and I have Poland-China HiS some FiLe Short-Horn or Durham Bulls for sale. CARPETS, BEDDING, Etc., Etc. na,ri.ULfa,cfa-xex of Parlor Furniture, Lounges, Bed Xiounges, Easy Chairs, Pat ent ilocliers, Parlor Sets in straight suits and in group suits -H-qADE TO ODER-H- Agent for Eldredge Sewing Machine and the pat tod matic or seif-folding School Desk. Fricfc Listan- instruction sent on application. TUCSON - - Arizona eOBLffffCSBRflL FEED-YARD. Opposite Smiib's Mills, Phoenix ShiO id connecion, wiih Hay and Grain for Sale T. W003NUM & CO., Pro.u ietors. ("Circulars and Price Li6t sent on application. Address, "WILLIAM NlLES, Lo Angel af Cal, Ptaix tlnrsery. Wt 'nshina:to Ntrrrt PHOENIX ARIZON A. rmii &i Oasffiffitallrsa of All Sinds Grape Cuttings, Etc at lowest cash prices: R. E- Tarrington, Proprietor. Special RewarflS Tha Tvpl Stock Growers Asaoeiatlom offer o Special Reward FOtt INFORMATION which shll i ffect the roJ'm ry rf onttf branded diamond and n baTf A n It ft hip, wbicn Siid citue "halt hvo Cm beet driv ec orf the uld ClHQior Tnee ya'Hl jBug, Arizona, Uhout Mith'tritv from m owner. McfSrM. Fisher A Bnt-iiftr(j. Pnch reward con pi sit i f flvo (5) doUr vt head ou all enn'e tlm r- covered. Add rest W. . jUAZELTIN'' . S- reiary, mhoam PrtJCott, Arti. Ul SHELDON SIGN, House, Ornamctal LjwJiiI Chm iLmiJ1 IN OTERO'S BLOCK, (Cor'ei Si reel) Phoenix. - - - - Arizona.