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XII M HEBALB. Edited n-V Ptopriatox. Kstm of wnVf'!1"""- Por VTiek Si.-c Voi.rl. Opo Year 2 c s 8 f.tin 10.00 WeeSJj" Korald: Three Mori ha 81 S K- - .vonins 2 ' -aYeHr in A'tvarco 4-00 S-wf ou time 5 00 KT TUB OriTCS ITe isli Job Rate. Ser-panel- A '-ccite Ir f n rrI- rd :-trrn '. trie-. 55--.-.. ..at .-v.rO" CT Of f jinibvix.i to cow tc' lil,',V r.f eh-. nanr. exciI o"u ?r. exejit on writty the irciir;c i---v . f 4 Tim i Ha.v, . Ponuliitiw" ofn 7 T aSK. CK PI'.ESTDEXT: IN A. L5GAN, OF 1IXIKOI9. Bismaich vias cDcnly hisstd and jtertd by some Geimiin workiug mcn, who congregated at bis hotel in the country. Daniel Manxixc, Cha:rmnn of the Democratic State Central Coui nn!t. e, of New Yerk, ssys: "Mr. Tlldea's Utter mesas -what it says. His decliuatiou is absolute. Umier 'no ciicumetances will he Lc a cau didate." Vi'ijat mekes U itghct, cf the Star, eaytliis? "It is rcpoited, cn good authority, thai Oolouel H -ud is out of the Cocgressionul r;ice. Tlierf i co doubt but what G . H. Oury is ; but should be by any nccident get the ncniinHtion the Ki-pulicans would bave it huliduy walk over His political day in Arizona has passed."' The contemplated appropriation of $200,000 for secret service expen ses covers a gigantic commercial project. The Senate, in secret ses tion on tbe. 14th 'nstant, hud under consideration the concession to the United ?t.itts of the privilege of building the Nicaragua canal, which would open through Central Ameri ca a highway for our ships between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Let it bo remembered that Bay. I'rh-is-ipoed to silver coinage. This is sufficienT to put a quietus upon his aspirations 10 become the . Democratic nominee tor president. In all the history rf the United States congress there has been no O'.fcer influence brought to bear upon legislation equal to the popular de mand for silver coinage. Silver is money. It was made so by the im perative tone of massnieetir.gs and petitions from the renri'ie. irrespect ive of party., and ro party can live in the west who opposes ft. The Spanish of Southern ("alifor riaregard it as rather peculiar, and with some superstition, that since the advent cf the white man in that section there have ncvei been three mceessive dry s. ason?. Prior to the se'llement eT the whites this fre quently occurred and no'.hin3 was thought of it. but now it could be regarded as a phenomenon. L:tst season nearly everybody rrt'Jieted a "wet yea." because the wo preced ing had b-'en drj onr-f. The rains came ard general failure f crops was prevented. The two r-.iny years a rc often followed by two Cry ones, and then they nTteriwie with re markable regularity. But never in the history of the w'.iHe setllemert of the Sta'e have there been three uccessive years of drouth. Siar. Thu sore.headed flurry in New Turk and Boston has about spent its force, and so far has done hut lit le damage. Seme Hepublicans, hot beaded and upon tbc spur of the moment, fly into a passion because they fail to get their man nominnt f d, aDd swear ("ire venger.ee upon the party, bnt upon consideration, alter the smoke of the battle has I A f . beared awsv, and lust before a damage is done, by designing Dem ocrats who are in the role of Inde pendent!, cet them committed to the Democratic party, fly the track and come back to the safe fold of the old party. Principle does it. A republican cannot be a Democrat long at a time. He may get m id and swear he will not vote for that or this man, but be votes for him all the same, Oi at least does sot vote for the other feilnw. The sorehead element held a meeting i i Boston a few days ago for the purpose of smashing Blaine into smithereens, but they did not smash worth a ceDt. It was di-eovered that if there wa-i an attempt at forming a new party It woi:ld drive the Independents ! bck into the Republican party upon ! principle, .lieu st- U ull.tirerer ! Vine" lu-re, -f'i-..v. T. Tue Republican party wisely rec o;n izcg the fact that dark horses obscure, passive men-r-rhotild not be placed in poiiions vff"' they me incapable of fill jo sr"" 'Ai.e jiiexe . . . . -y sake oi naving The c-rgetic omimited iiiisites. It uj pose that a c-f t. is own, y to diiect legis- Jf; e li t best, and bis di fined policies, ,ye mace no personal balance of power has younsteadv that the Binjnriiy n seme cssts, j ie'dtd to the moiiiy "nd chosen candidates at their dictation . But Blame is the candidate of the majority and was hosen as the candidate of no clique or class but simply s ft statesman needed nt the htiin of the ship of staie. It was known t!-at ho had persona'- rmmies aid th..t they wouid be bitter bLt the party ti list ed to the rood' sense "f Republicans to make Ibei) penv grievances sub ordinate to the welfare of the nation. If there be Jiosc otherwise j itolir.ed, thev cie cot patriots and , ... , 1 cans. It was a duty :.b w e'l as a privilege to discuss favorably or un favorably the candidates lit fore the selection in order thr.t lh best ui.m cr.ig'Nt be chosin. But when the evi dence was all in ncd the jury has i vei wht!iniDg!y dtCK'ed a ju-y coi'falij' 'elected for ir.toilcencc urui patrioti-m and a knowledge of the needs vf tie oa' lor. it is but duty tu yiela to th:;t jn;y who represent, in the nemin atiou of Biuine. the ui t grity of ihi Rej nb.iean part-, the riouiiuatioa biivingbeeu made unan imous by the eonvemion. The St. Louis Giobe-Demccrat, whii stren uously opposid the nomination of Blaine, sajs: '-li is very sal'efor a Ilej ublican orgau or voter to con clude that a convtr tion of delegates from all sections of the country, imbued with an earnest purpose to do what i3 wisest and best for the paity as a pa:ty, and having the ad vantage Pt comparison of views and feelings in a direct and explic it way, will not come sboit of a result which, all things considered, will be aboul as nearly correct as human nature can reach in such matters. That is what is suggested by common sense and the lessons of past experience; and henee the ob ligation resis alike on Republican papers nud Republican citizens to make the pief renne .of the conven tion their preference, whatever may have been their previous thought anil.dssireO'n ' the ground, as the New Yoik Tribune clearly puts it. that 'the maintenance ot the g-e;;t parly in which alone lies the hrpe of national prosperity and the safety j of national honor is dearer than any personal triumph.' " The Aibuqut rque Journal, a sound Republican paper, pays our Territo ry the following compliment. New Mexico has been very unfortunate ju her officers, appointive and elec tive, but Arizona, of late, has been peeuiiaily fortunate in securing ijood appointed officeis. It says: Our neighboring Territory of Ari zona is entitled to the credit of one of the best and si unelu t planks iu the new Republican platform. Wu refer to the resolution to the effect that all appiiinlmenis to otlicial positions in ihe Territories of the United States should he made from the bonalide residents of ihe Teni torles. There has never been a greater a!)tiS!j of the appointing power than the custom which now prtv.tils cf farming out the offices of Ihe Trrriturios to the broken tlowu poittcian In the States, thus making these districts a son ofpeual asylum for men whj had bce-u re (jUdiaicd ai h. me. Vi hen the custi-m w as i slablished of hiling the offi.-es of the Territo ries with men from the States, it was all well enough, because the aveiagu Teintory nt that time was little better than a "how ling wiider-nc-s," and peopled only by a few hunters and trailers. There was iu fact no material in the Teiritories frojii which to make officers, more than there is in Alaska at the present lime, and in order to Bud men com petent to fill the general offices of the Ternloiy it was ucetssary to luke them from some other part of the country. But such a condition of tilings long since ceased to exist. All tiie Territories (txcept A!a;ka) now have a stable population, with people just i.8 intelligent and worthy md jusi as competent to di-charae the duties of Ihe Territorial otticers as any of those iu the States, and it is not ouly grossly unfair to them, but positively unjust , and in oppo sition to tho best interests of the public serviee to liil these places by appointment of men from abroad. People who live in ihe Territories arc no less Amorican citizens than those who Jive in the States, und the general gevintment has co moral right to rob them of the benefits of their citizenship to the extent of totally ignoring their wishes hi the selection of rueo who are to fill their public offices. The principle involved in this matter is identic 1 with oue of the greatest grievances that was alleged by the colonies against Great Brit ain, und which our nvoloUouarv fa;ii ;-h ju ti.fitd io legiatttig by a n i 1. : . i : . I. . t ... . 1. T turn nejiei-e. mill w t country Las nee inlets, and to y jr is j!i .... maw wr us wfiojT foic of aims. The iuhabiUuis of the Territories are fi'Iy up to the average of the country ut large i-i tdl.ciitioo, intelligence, social woilb aud all those quiiliiies that go locnui stitule (he progressive, repect;ib!e American citizen, und to force upon them as their chief offict rs a !ot of cheap pbiiiicians ho were pioba b!y repudiiited at home because of intt-llcclural auci niornl iiil'erioriiy, is i.n outrage that no tilass of citi zens in this country ouht to be ic qui.ed to hiibmit to. Of course we do not mcnn to say thai all nn n appointed to ffice in the Te:iitoricM are if Ill's class. Jinny of ihem are a'-le and worthy nun, and innke ho:i.-st, failliful ofii.-iais. but this f ict do. s not cftVct the case nt Is-sue, f"r it is uUei'lv im po.'dMe fur a m iu coming I ere a H t.il stranger -to the coui tiy, and its laws and custom", to make as cord hi) (fti'.-er as one who has In ccine familiar with :he wanis cf tin peo ple by a residt ncc in tin; Ti rrit-iry. But I hat plan!. in the nati. iia! Tilaifoim to whie!'. we have nferied will correct all this, ind while the nalh nr.l r.ciminif-lrniioii rcmsitio Ri piiblican we shall hi-vc minap- j p. intea to oiu e lrr.m uiuHg imi on ti c i'iz' n-5. who have tin l'lteicst io the welfare of the l eiri;- r. I'Ire st P,---soott. Pl-.EsCoiT June 17. A fire broke out here iiist night and destroyed j ihe Arizona Mimr btiihllng and KaibJes' l-reweiy buildings ard cou- tentj. Iusured for six thuu:ncd (loilais. COSDlSFD TELKl.R A7.1S. In Li iidon, Ont , Ju e 13ll), fr ur lucmbi-'S of the sa'.v.ition army wtre fined 10 each or 10" days hi jail fen beating drums etc., in the streets. They appealed. In New York, June 13, J-mes N Fish, ex-pres :deul of the Murine National bark v o indicted by 'be United S'r.tes Gmtid Juty for vit iating banking laws. For the w ek ending June 1-3'h. there writ 2:G lailuies in the United States; 25 iu Canfld. Iticrcase of 13 over previous week. A l i rifle wind-toim at Clifton on the 13'.li blew don the bridge across the" San Francis o river while several persons were crossing. No lives lost. Charles Francis Adims will prob ably be chosin president of the Northern PaoitTc. The case of l . G. Campbell, at torney i:i the no'cd Biiner trial, which cause the I itic isnali riots, chargi d with attempting to bribe a juror, went to juiy on July lo ll. Bull fights have been forbidden in France. The Q'leen we.s present at the election today nl Balmoral, of a brorze statue of John Bmwn, which represents him ittin d in Highland costume. The statue was placed in view of the Queen's apartments. San key, the ev:nelist, left Lou don for America an S ifirdav. Territoi-'ul Twij The bri 'gc across Hit Gila above R.' vers ice hi.s been finish, d. Ptcf. J. G. Lemon, !hc well known b' iai.ut of Oi.klar.d, Ctl ., nrd hit.' wife are camped near Peach Spi inus end arc making u rc-lhction eflhe many plants and ll' weis found in Mohave comity. The professor says he has found ronie four or five v;.r rii lies of plants iu that coviuty hitherto unknown to science. The Tombstone Epitaph of June 14th sjtys : The glad tidings have g-no f.nth that the San Diego snrdlerwill s'.ait up next week on custom oft'.... The house of Chas V . Leach, foreman of the Ginnd Central mint, wi.i burned lust night by an incendiary. The Pi i sect t Courier, of June 10, says: Jack Fro-t displayed him self Salui day morning last. It was his last nppeaiance this season.... Giniie Creek has a big supply of water; bigger than we have seen it, t this seaso n, in twenty years Judge Fitzgereld v.iil opcnaspic ial term of court at Tucson, July 23, to try indictid city and county oflicer . . . .Gai land has taken his first sler-i to build Ihe Prtscott rr.il tvud . The Globe Silver Belt of June i 14 h says: A new CO ton furnace ar rivtd Thursday fvom San Fun Cisco for the Old Dominion Srm.ltin Company. . . . John Ho ward, f G lobe, diet! very suddenly last week .. AH p. r.ons, except tho-e authorized by law, have been ord-rcd off' the San Carlos reservation. A law of Ari zona requires that w here ole mar garine is sold that the fact must I e made known by three postetl no tices. The failure to give such no t ice suh-p.'cts the effe-uder to a line and imprisonment. The Florence Entcrpiise of June 14th say3: The Odd Fellows at I'inal and Silver King are prepar ing to build a fine ball at the latter place Native silver has been 3ttuck in Mineial Cieek district, but we are not at liberty now to state in what mine the virgin mital was fount! ... .Jesse Brown, en gaged in assorting ore in tie Silver King mine last week, feil down one cf the winzes, a distance of 40 or 50 f eet, ar d was seriously injured The small number of cases brought br fore ihe grand jurv speaks well for the order of our county. Pinal counly is the best behaved as well as the richest county, in resources, in Arizona... .nr. M. Fleishman, of Phoenix, was here this week, mak ing arrangements to move the goods of L. Goldman & Co., from Butte to the Salt River valli-y, the Pinal Consolidated company having con cluded not to restart their mines and furnace at present. Mr. Gu Hirschfeld, who hael charge of the dorc. will to to Din nix and a.-efnt a situation with Goblman & Co. . . . D. T. Klmore, say the Index, of, the Jesse Benton Idining Company at Owl Haads, brought in bis usiial shipment of bullion this week, weighing 1GG prur.ds and valued at $2,000.. .On lust Thursday, with out a moment's warning, Captain Crawford, presmnrd to be r.ctinj; under ordfrs from the hero of the Sierra Madrn sum nder, came liow n to the 6an Caiks cot. per groep will: cc mpaniesof soldiers and compelled the large for e ff men :it work tl'.eti: to Itavo post-baste and Hbnrrton the l-ropsriy end c.-tly in. pi ovemouts . This is one of the diilie-t pieces ot villainies vet perpvtr-lerl by the ,.miit. n-lil.trr. Three I ir.ies toe western line oi the nservatiou has teen run by competent stiivev- o;s, and e.ch time it wns f.:und that the San ('arl s Uupper aroup lv at least, twe inilrs outride the reserva tion. Upon tiie slienaih of iliese su: vcys. and without anv protest fiom tin Indian agents or the gor- . iri.inmt, an eastern ccmpnny. coin. po-ed of ho; o.a'::!e cPizenx, paid I stWOOO cash for these ; huvr expended many mines cd tlmusiiiids I inore in devele-pini the ).ro; erty, in leuciinK buildings and in pmclo.i j in-j rtiicitfis and maehiueiy for the j ted-,. cl ou of the ore, while Mr. j Twnd h:is exixude l $15 000 in j building a road into the mines and tn-'r.gin t Oila. Anoether at lets si iOO.OCO have lem ixpen.Ied rn this enterprise, and had i: not bi eu t.:sti.ib'd the company w. .old Mive di-lutsed in this ar.d Gila! county, during tho next twelve morlht, ovei 1300,000. 'Ilic Piescott Courier of June 17h tp.ys: Contractor F. U. P.nkcr has made a start on the City Hall. .. . T! c Dosovis iliiiing Ci nip any em ploys thirty-one men, nud expect r-ce-n ti - h ave more than 100 men on their pay roil .... Don't talk about county divisi n, .Messrs- Schemers. The people have enough taxes to pay j-.ist now, in d do not propose to bo lax. d heavier for the benefit of a few -aspirants for power and place. ....Tonto B isin people are in ie pes of getting a mat! service fioui Globf to Verde by July lit Wonder it the g. vemmeut will ever payAii-zo.-nns for ropfrty ciestroyed nnil stolen Vy Ivrlitns and for b-sses sus tained in organizing and keeping companies of voliiDleer- iu the field? ...A crc:it inary citizens of Yuma county have asked Mr. r'ntnk Murphy, ( oininissioner to tho New (trh bus Exposition, to nppoint Jo. Stein as ilistrict commissioner . General Crook is expected to aniee from the east on or about the 23th instant ... .Colouel Burlier will soon lake cbaige of the Adjut.int Gen eral's office, when IMi.jorJ , P. Bourke will perhaps be g'.ve:i a rest. The Ptescotr Journal of June 10 h says: A number of eastern capital i ts aro exp'.et"d to imive durii.c this week to in vestia'e our miniiiir resources with a view i f invcstim;. T!ie Low-ell mill, on Lynx Creek, has been pKced in complete repair agai; , and will shut up to-mm row on ore from Mr. Casady's Siioo Fly minr, on iowc" Lynx Creek.... J. R. Adams, who was convicted ot man slaughter, for the killing of Constn ble Robf il-, at Tonib.-tnne, w ts sen tenced by Judge Pinniy to five years iu th.i Territorial pris'-n ;tt Yuma. .Strg!tt:t f.a'.vrc nr-e, conrii fed of ninr.sliuuhter, for ki ling a fellow soldi; r at Wilk-ox s me m nths ago has hi en" senlencad Io eighteen motiihs" iuipt'.s uineut in ihe peiii tcnliuiy. The I'rcsco'.t Miner i f Juno lGtb, says: ( aiulidates for the Prc-ci-l' Ltind Ofliee Ueccivcrsiiip are numer ous. We lean Hi it Mr. Frank Howard, son of our new Chiif Jus tice, has commenced the sindyof law in Ihe ofliee of Disli let Attorney L". B. Ru'-h Dr. Ainsno.ih in forms us that Rev. Mr. I'e-'ison, who is t rdl'i ting wi h a compound frac ture of the bones below the knee, and Miss B'fid way, i ieee of .Mrs. C. P. IInd. who received a fiactuie of the lurg'j bone btlow the knee, are doing well . . . . M es-i s. F. V . Blake and Secret.'ry X.-n Annan came in ye-tcrday from a nip to the Turkey Creek mining dis riet, very well pleas'-d Willi a'l they saw. The excellent lirojui '.ies krfcwn as i'ir.e Flat, belong to the Chase Conipasnes, is indied looking fine. Already n fine ten-stamp mill has been put in place. Enough ore is already upon the dump and in sight to keep the e mills tunning upon frte milling gold rock for some 'en years. Some of the ore wi'l go, we are told, fully 1,000 per ton in this frt e ; roduet, and the camp is exceedingly happy with the prospect of this district, erelong, being one of Hit best and largest bullion producing camps in Arizona. The scenery around Tine trial is indn-d interesting, and the cair.p is composed of a happy set . Other propeities in this dis'iict arc looking finely. The Pine Flat peo ple have a!r?:ily $25,000 worth of ore for shipment. The Tucson Mining Index of June 14th says: We are informed that Ex-Governor Safl'ord is in the Ter ritory for the purpose of making it li 13 place of residence .There is an igifation in Apache county look ing to ihe removal of the coun'y seat from St. Johns to Holbrook, on the lailroad. The expenses of the Sheriff of Gri.ham county, it is said, amount to G,C00 thus far in 1884 R. C. Pearson will soon have his salt mi.l in operation at the Electric Light works. The coaise salt will come from near Dos Pal- aias, on the Colorado desert. 1'assengers and mails are conveyed across the Colorado, at Yuma, by steamer, a distance a five miles be tween the foivn and the gold mill down the stream on the California side Last year an expropriation was made, by vote of the Deoule, amounting to $10,033, for the pur pose of building a City Hall and Ensini house, a Smallpox hospital and making some small bridges It is a remarkable fact that out of this $10,053 appropriation, the Council expended $25,507.73 Why should not th-3 tax-ie-i-er ci v out in hitter- j nes ot i and beholds i $7.",000 ruin of a Cour'. house; a $40,000 . ruin of a School bouse, anil 50.000 of county RnUroad bonds uypo:heeiite.l mid drawing interest lor God knows how Ions without a bhove! full of eai tli removed lookinu to the build ing of the rai'.r.-ad? Is it a crime to ciy out iagaintt c: ime?. . . .The edilor of the Index i oneludcs that Qui jot oa will exceed the population end prosperity of Virginia City in its pulmies; d:i s: that TtcstD will be eve; crowded with population, and business will boom li.cre as it never has be:o:c, before the next twtlve uuinth.- explris: that Quij--ton wll: yield more huudreils if i u ill ions than were evi r aken on' j of Mount David-ou; that the f et of I I he ore being where no water wi.l j interfr-ie w th woik, and where no i Hoisting win ne w ;ie uuuc, iu- suivs an advantage of nne-fr in ill in the expense cf gettipg the ore to h e mil! . That the t onr.tiy between t'iiMi Giar.de and Florence constst of ri lie mesa lands, heavily Wi.oiU-d with mc-quite. Some tiaj- this w ill ail be brought under culiivation and watered from the Gila river. A great canal scheme, having this ob ject in view, is already assuming shape. Ar.d it is on ns-ured tact that Casa Grande is destined to be come a town of cons 'ch-ruble iuipor tance iu the near future. liftitr l.lnt. Unclaimed letters remaining in the pcslofiice at Phoenix, Ai izoca June 1 j, lbbt : Allen, J T (2) Push, Mrs M Broot s, G W Boyle, Thus Byets. Jot-n A Cavy, B F (2) Casey, Mrs H B Ciihoun, Waiter Ci lman, AVra Catr, John Cai r, Mrs Bat ha Dickey, T II Davidson, Vv' t Davison, J Davis, A J Duuckii' John Fi.wier, O P Fovh r, O Percy G i ten, Janies Hail, A Gray, Thos E Hill, Frank R Howe, E F " Jrv.qnini, tiustof Meyers, John H. Moore John T MofTjtl. IV S Nash. G V Reiil, L T Rit.-h-inls, Mrs J Right, Chas Ri ieliesl, Peter Rjbeu, H Sileut, Cht-.s F Swain, Miss L'.llie Siocuin.SC Snapp, Rufus T Steele, Miss Lucy 1 homr.s, Gko We.lks, Jake Wi.der Geo Quigiey M G CAUTES ESIANOt.AS. Carmen, Quijoda Teiiiias, Agutsse Francisco, li Vaierguda Alia no. Ma-ting Call for advertised le'.ttrs. Geo. E. Mowrky, P.M. Ti'IiRt is Ar.i--icte. ia ? The attention of the public h.is been calhd frtqueirily of late t ) the tul je-el of "ammonia in food," ami the matter is being so vigorously agitated that -it nects.-niily a reuses the curf:si y of the public at latre, and leads them lo usee: tain, if pos sib e," what it is all about. In the first place, the Question uiise.-, what is ammonia ? w hence crimes it? Quoting "United States' Dispensa tory :"' "It was probably original'' prepared from putrid urine." Other sotnees are ' coal soot, s'ale urine, guano, etc." Tho "Encyclor .scdiu Kr.liaiinica" says of it: "earijonate of ammonia is obtained in largest quantities by the putt efael i u of Ihe urine of animals, or the dry distilla tion ot animal mi.tter." "l'oscoe's Chemistry"' states that "tvhen horns, cr clippings of l.iil s f.re heated, iinuuoiiitv is given of!"; hei.ee ammo. ni:i was known S3 spcilsof harts horn." "Toe rtitnt' ammonia is de rived from I lie- fact that a compound containing ammonia wns first pre pared by healing camels' dung." "Ammonia is mainly old -lined from the iimnioiiiaca! ltqii'irs of gas wnrkr.'' Guaoo. the dried excre ment of sea birds, and the urine of aniina's, likewise emtain large qiiantitiis of ammonia. Farmers know its value as a tertiiiztr, ard physicians know its value as a coimttr-irrP ant a: d rowerful stimu- lent. All physic ti.e.n r.I-.uc it siion-i.T drugs, and us a drug it is ii qiicstiou ot better to let it re- wi.etiui it is in inaiu in the hands of physieans and I crui! gists, and leave it out of our : fe.od. A rectnt article, called "A i P,.,l;in.- Pnwiti-r Ti-irt " nn.ii.miis I ' - as a st'lionc or trick the simple J ?4 U C.T9 -5 method which has been given j Q l?fl throuirh these columns, w hereby a i Porrto the SM-tit . hoosewire may aseer aiu. "ho... ! M: the Aid of chemists or chemical ap- teis m oo Hie event;. Iirk-.: 'Man, iP ... . . oi i.dii. vie tim- ete sia-rs.a. iiv.-r t-oin paratu, whether she is using an at- , ,,i.,j:o. f .-yr and asrn-. ihctunaiis.ii. ee -v-ti. le free from disgnstine' inirie- j 1n" ;'' b!li'v. o- p eiaaoue. il.-r av kamv j ii.nr oi una -upr ia" omc ..nd aoer.it v.. eiients; anrl after once convinced of ; there exi ts a r-;i eiric p ii:ei; which r. :o tie- ;i.; ve-i s.o.'r.:e t lae ir;ble. the t: ue -oure-e of ammonia, ami its , ,, , iT.es n ihs-Lio ant r.-rniune r-.t presence m an aiticlc of food, it is her option whether Hit use of it is continueel or not. The test may le I a simple one, but by its means the unsuspecting find that can-i of "Caking Bowder." slamp'-d on the cover "Aloolute-ly Pure," contain ammonia, and certainly no refined prison wno has once rend some re liable authority ' ii ammonia would like to bring home for use an article containing so mleiior a substance Baking powders have become a con venient, useful and important ai ticle in millions of homes, and every muntifactuicr should prepare and sell it only as conforms to Ihe well fcnowu conditions which insure health and safety. There is no dif ficulty in procuring a baking powd -r lhal vi ill stand the "'test of the oven" that does not contain nmmouin. If an article has merit, ai d has once become established in a home, its merits will always insure it n place there, but if a product of daily use, through unreliable sources, fs made to appear belter than it is, any means, however simple, by which its infeiiority may be judged, ought be thankfully received by an intelli gent consumer. Mr. Tom Sherman, of Phoenix, has a cabinet of valuable mineral specimens which must he secured for exhibition at the Territorial Fair, if it can not be secured for the Exposition at New Orleans. It has been collec'ed with grcitca-e, and we doub' whether it ran be sur p ssf- I in Arizona. MvhacI Atipnrilmfflcnt.' (fvv ck Srpr. of Scho- ) Phoesix. Aniz. June 13, T reinsurer f Mat ic. p,t t o: Dkap. Siu. 1 liavt this dy marie tile follow ina distiibiiti n of S.2,i(i9 of the sum .f $2,202 10 us rep rt, d by y, u as h' ing in 'hu sc'uot 1 fund of tiki co unty. viz : Lih-arv To Di st. No. 1. 5S8 H3 f S' 40 " 2. "2 i2 8 40 " ?', 0.5 92 8 40 ' 4, 2b9 3 8 40 " 5, SI SO S 40 " " 6, 81 o0 8 40 ' " 7, 118 12 6 40 8, 121 US 8 40 " 10, 1S3 40 8 40 " " 11, 72 12 8 40 " 12, 72 12 . 8 40 " " 13, 84 80 8 43 " " 14, tG CO 8 45 l.StiO 70 100 3J T. H. ejiitr-Mi.iW, Co. Supt. Frem Tuesday's Dnily. j Private letters hom t.'ahtoruia j state that the fruit ciop lias t een materially injured by the r.iti. 1 ho grain ciop is aifco injured prjbably 10 per cent. The Florence Enterprise stays : 'Gus. Sciiamp, w l o recei tlv sold iiis boariiijg house a: the- Ray to Airx. Paxi, wi'l go Io Phoe-iiiX next week, to open a ho'el." City e-xp' nses must undoubtedly have been very light dur ng the past yrar, snd our CVy C'oitncil will prcbably find suslicit nt funds on bund to improve our str-ets. The engi s of the ditches arc too hii;!i, which should be remied by scraping this dht into the mid lie of the street, in order to make ihe water run into the ditchis. The deposit of odl adobes fr m demolished buildings, done by private citizi ns, has much improved Washington street ar-d a few side streets, while Maishal Gaifias' chain gang has kept il em clean w ith littie or no expense to the city. Washington stmt, ot leasi, should be placed in bettti condition t'm.n it was when the rains last w inter made it a lake of mud, impassable, almost fa1- days. Absolutely Pure- This iif.weer r-ever vari.-s. A marvel Pt.cni-til. aei.y a.i.i v li 11 s.ir.it.in s .".otri' ei-OMOmieai ill m lite o-.Iir.ury kti 'i!- niul c.iaeo. ii h id in enmp n ion v. ith tl:e muititllvle ol t-w U . slVMi weklit alum or phosi.liare p wq is. Sio'd nly ia aiiOYAL BAKIN'ti FOWREIl CO.. ap5-lyv lOti Walt St., Now York. ti W3 cE'iiBnaTFn M ! 11--'''? 'V? -l. ' ir;:o 't'. ;t ,-TV'? ., ' t--- o.,;- ', -.';' . D,.,,.N ,i JJ. j 'iifMfJjlf "-esS- sljii' SpSlfc . ST3IAC5 l$Sr? "r--r- nr-O f&X t.i r.r---? iia -.r-f . ja ... Ke'i- s:i e b a:l Druggists anel Lie-ai- ers ene-rauy. n i tr a Washington Street, Be low the PostofFce, PHCENIX ARIZONA. Former Asr-ayer for Central Arizona Miniug Co., Vulluie. TERMS REASGIMAaLE ! ASSAYS KELIABLE! Mew Thresher for Sal 3. A new first-class Thresh er with engine and ail ap pliances for sale at a bar gain. The thresher has been used but a part of one season and is the one bron o-ht into the valley last year by Creed Bry an. 3Iay be seen in front of Gardiner's wao;on and carrsgc shop, Phoenix. J. J. OA RDINEK. , ..-ii) da -.'! ,;'-. S3 'I'M I .-?? ' -. ? ;i 'f-.. PROFESSIONAL Jehrv MlLi.Ar. T. W lbsE. 'ot.iry l-ub;ic. Cn i! E-.f-ineer A.ttOmOV3 al)'' Counselors At LW, ar.d Heal Estate Agents i'JItENlX. - - AUlZO-NA -HAXIS I'OS. .lOSEFtl i.Arsr.ix CoX & CArViPEELL, Attorneys at Ltsw is-FIe'E In lrvliin bulljii.g. C. a, rw&tn. W. A. HS';OCK. TV. CBESbin.W Attorneys-at-Law. Pg?I.nnil hi.sin ss mail'- speclaiiiy4r PllffiSlX. AiaH3A.. H. N. ALEXANDER, Attorney-at-Law. OFFICE Irvine's Block, Room 1 PutESix, A it I ZONA its ".' ri'""'.,''i':? L: rn o e-ailtoru:a street , J. T Alrav, A. C. Bakkr ALSAP &. BAKER, Iiflf7 1, at LWi k.W3SWIM l.M Ctt't'iCK OJtS COIIH ;iiUSi. I'hoeiiix. A. T. t. v. muz. Surveyor and Givn Engineer Di'ch EiiL'inoerint and Itvtl Work a Specialty, Ofrlce wi'h Por ter tfc M llhij , upstairs in the Irvine Bui'idiui, Piioenix Arizona MnS. E. A.SNGALLS,fvi.D. Fhvsic?an ami Oculist. t 1VKS ar.priid at'cnt.nn to C-l-.wt- It liirsui.d 5i?sa.-'K nt Women On.ce east Wasliingion r-ueei. HERBERT R. PATR.CK. Civil Enginee-, IT. f. iter.uty iIii:ei'l Srvfyr for Ai i;'..n a . SuhelivUion of land a specially OiBce Opposite Pok. O.'llne. O. J. TIIIBODO, M. D. mm and .-'v""-y tiir AND DEALER IN DSUGS, MEDICINES, AiD TO LET flRTC Ferfamery, Eius.'ies, etc. Opposite the Postofriqo. i c yu ft jfvM v n J. u. V ttnu I C.J, i1:!. J., U. S. Ex-mining Sar-jeon, OFi lCE AMI PISl'F.XSAltV: Aelams St., neiir Maricopa St., PiiOEXlX, ARIZONA R E-LICHTSURKE, Nl D Physician and Surge:n Ofliee and Resilience i e-ivly opposite the new L"inon Hotel, Wash-ingto-i Sliect. PHOENIX - - Avizcna. BIJOU RESTAURANT, West Side Plaza, Fhcenix. A. T. The Best board in town. 0T3SIL at all Hours- . Sirgle Meals'. Loarel by w eck . . Board by Month. . . . 50c ts. .-..7.00. . .S28.00. KELLY & SPEEDY, hole alo ar.d RetaiJ Dealers la Beef, Pork, Teal, Mullen, Eic PHCENIX, A. T. Corner ot Washington & Center Stc !C CREAM PARLORS, Opposite the Phoenix Hotel, Washington Street. Mrs. Brawley & CaiMsr wish to inform their friends and the public that they have opened Ice Cream Parlors at the above named place. Give Them a Call. P ilk in Thomas 45 So. 2d Slrsst. Phiiatf'a. Pa &?j in Staniard Arsj Cloth Sasb AND CLOTHIMG. Win a !icg3 I it of entirsly new cln thing of old l-di-.d tinnpat'era. eousi-tiT.g oi CavHlrv v-e;rco-i:st,an!S, -tricki-is, Frock Coate.. Plejtteil ana uiiiiu Blouses in p r font O'eteraiiel verv rh: m:. .'elsostardiird ATOrIS.:.tt!.'.wubb"r PilTIIIRS t; a P N !3k msK r ess f'i. s? k n r9 u n u u ii y $ k t Ufl 1 li W IB A POSITIVE CUKE FOR. t n Of seases The Great Stomach H emulator, fc f?" Htm vi jfs g5 kTh l'i 'l & w ti ti tj g li U iii ri - f b EJ -3 1 t fit if 4 ; 3 k t-a .'02sr Phoenix, A. T., OommenciDg on San Juan's day, June 24, and continuing to and including' the F08I87H iWt The ground will be neatly laid out, so as i,j nfl ml ccpnl accommoda tions for all. The race track is free for nil d ir::,g the Fiesta. A large f.eid, gooel fence and feed, free for nil from a eii.lance. Each evening. A good Band in attendance. Races for pnrse, f su't the times and hor-es. ( nek fighting, chicken pulling, utile clitublng, tdsf catching, foot, sack, buck and squaw racing for purses. Gond ordei guaraute-t d. For further particular-apply id VV. R. OS ?ll Pi! m .53 Y. -7 Jl W fSa F isi ir '-rA St fe.Ors IE FOLLOWING t 8JJfcirj f:V. i'OKVEit LOT imar cite-i-laz V ? an'i fi rt-ff 'p. Male i SI2 KRAME nv, i:i lo N'j iliUi-J V ah v lii-cMt-e i l o:o; I , . 4 yv. LAHSK ADOilB V.'ARBHOtriE .- i-i ; v r-f 'it e-ix. rs V.'() I.O! I It.iiio- IN TilE TOWX OP M AiilCOPa, on tho li.ie of fae S.iulnern Pcifie f n k uois; AXD LOT IN THE l'O VS V r For fureber ps:ira;ar? 'nqijiri' nt W fwl . .S3- H GOP E'l n i WHOLESALE AND We have just recet- eel the Latest Improved ROLLER MILL p.nd Grain cjLtA'VER Combined, mid e are now prepared to furnish a First-Class Article of ROLLED Barley at the Low est ALarket Price. CUSTOM WORK done at Eeneonal le Rates. Barley De ivered to all parts of the City FREE CF CrlARl'E. GASH PAID FOB BARLEY.' Givxa and Warehouse at J.Y. T. imilli's MILL, Phoenix, Arizona fir hf-'f t h 1 -ia'if S! fell '3 ' I A """ I I rH 2-2 S" Ti ' 53 L-J - r, - I -n o-jr T- .1 - i I A I -C ? n r- "- S" 3 s. la! ' 5 CO O 22 ?rO ?f r-H I f-hriirtft TIino-i T iftpftufi V. Pi frlutl UiiUiUli II lllUiiilillUi.) Ci KilgM. We manufacture the FINEST BEER in the Territory. Orders J'romptls ' Filled- JOIL LUKE. CHAS. PARK era! Jobber Well B.ggfns, Clearing .lotf, Fettins; out and cariig for s tree, s.ircts, etc. Apply hi Pollock ert . it's. h a m iilB dney and . v.-i FIESTA 7 DRIVING PAUK, p z, l C O c Phcenix, A. SfSv - S - t pgi-TT sJ.JC 3i?ZM RSHU1 VP - . j ' ivitb laro "brie: t ire thoreon : ran ri wa ,1701 ueioioui, in I lie CUV OI etiOe!MX ith Uvo !Ojai aiid bieh .o .ra, adjotilis the cimtraity l.eat d. Lot 43x137 feet, in tb OK T.i MPS, M'iiioopi county, Arizoan . & CO.. Phoenix or Tucson, A. T. it I n EETA1L DEALEES IN RESTAURANT. Washington Street. Two Dorrs Easi - .. . .... V of the court House, lG3r;" P II (EX IX ARIZONA M Mm Ucuse In PIiibiiIi Board, Per Month. . Board, Per Week Three Veal Ticheis Single Meals $22 00 0 00 1 00 50 E VERTTHIKG FIRS T- CLASS! FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT Inquire at. Mrs. Fuller's, one block north of Phoe nix Hotel. The Br-n-ns Gnus Is sued Jtiarch and Sept.. cr.eh illfi pages, 8rllJ i indies, v.-iih over 5iS0t y iih-sUafions a whola p'O ture iiaUerv. (siveswho!- tale yri!irect io eun-wmtva on nil prol for. iicrsonai or fcnii:? r-.o. Tell, how to ordur. un-.i r ived t..it cost ti verr. iil.jntc vou w, ct a-.-it.Ic, w,r. "r have irr.a Aviih. T'ltio invr-I'iiwoe? K-c-oiiA ceiv i.an ia.'f.rnaiion clo -nol from thtt mow S OI tilJ Hi I'M. v 3 via iuiwi a copj Vr ;; to a-v aiJtorvi I p -n receipt of tu osij-.-e -V ('.nti-- L .-t us hoar uoua yen. Eccne-eU'iillv, tfOMTCiGSlHY IVARO &CO. WtrS V?'i.b.aj Avenut Ci;jh."0 f HSHIX RESTAURANT o 3d door ca3t of PoetofYIoe I i:Bg!5 meals. . . .55 oonte tSOertl r y -. oj wevs. . ne i. i ' h.