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v j HE HEEALD. 2r . a suiosEX'OS'JS. X:Aiie ova.cS. Piopiltor. lUtiK of tmcrlptIo. fr Week V.x IomLs. One Year rcn ft 5 00 W.W) -Wasrasay HarsklsS.:: Thrp- M..n h o Unn.ha 2 V V .. - r in AllVMI CO 4.K) Sie on time.. 5.00 4rAT AT H WfC Ml. -TBimMNM inn J iis Rate.. This rfr 01v "," "" ,tv melpal Ne,vr paper A fancies iu Sun Franciaco - nrt hii-tem Cities. . rtrr"S acent, employe or otber person FftHihoHsn! to rot c't bit. er aoronnt of this paper. except on written order ol tbe pror-rietor. Tknniday. - July lO. IHH-l Popnlalioa of Pbo nlx, - 3.COW FOB PRESIDENT : JAMES G. BLAINE, OF MAINE. FOR V1CK PKESFDEBT: JOHN A. LOGAN, OF ILLINOIS. Chicago is again the center of at traction. Out Trille is going east to work up the Central Arizona railroad r ject. Mcch interest is manifested in the results of to-Jay's session of Chica go couvention. Tilden will no doubt be tendered the nomination of the Democratic National Convention convened to day at Chicago. Paths and McDonald will doubt less cut considerable of a figure in tbe history of the Democratic party during the present Chicago Convene, A letter from Governor Tntle to- ...day announces that the railroad prospect are most flattering. Ue leaves for the east in a few days in the interest of the road . The Democratic National Con vention now in session will less ttraddle tbe tariff question Ty nominating a protectionist for Pres ident and a free trader for Vice President. W. A. Rows has very effectually killed himself in his party. He now stands about as much show of being Delegate to Congress by the votes of his party in the Territory as he doe of passiDg.rU Peter's gale. Pete Bolan succeeded in pocket ing Graham county .when be went to the legislature. He has now gone to the Democratic, Convention at Chicago and will probably attempt to potket bis piriy in the .Territory. Our Democtatic friends might just as well begin to fire their guns and light their bonfires for Tilden. By to day's dispatches it will be per ceived that he refuses unless nomi nated by acclamation, which will doubtless be done. Wheeler, the former Indian agent at the Pitna and Maricopa reservation ami who was drivm fairly out of the country, by the Isater and blow of t lie United Stales Marshal and United States .District Attorney, has been renoml r.uttd for the position be resigned ard will doul lless come back to the Territory, a strnding rebuke to the men who sought noto'icty, and pos sib'y blood money at the expense of a mill whom.; they dissovercd th couid frighten. ,; The Tilden boom has fairly 'cnuirht ou" to the Democrat!.- uretnren. "i Helen and reform, is the cry to-day. Tilden! Why? . Relorru! What? Is Tilden the "at'lest man ia the Democratic party? Will he d the country more good than any other Democrat tht could he elected? Is he the representa live to-day of the sentiments of the .uein'-crauc party? .No; he is r-i . . . neither the ablest man, the most powerful and active, nor an expo-. nent of Democratic principles. It is the drowning man thai catches at the straw. The foreign-born citizens of the Uniied States will vote for Blaine la.gely this fall from the fact that in his well known polii-y they see protection for themselves as Ameri can citizens. The puny Central American SlMrs will scarcely dare to imprison our citizens as they re cently did atXPanama: nor will Bismark dare longer to seize Ger man born citizens of the United Futes and force them into t. e mili tary service of Prussia; nor will JCnglartr seize upon our Irish born citizens at will - In thort both foreign and our own nation -eco?mze the fact that the election J Blaina means to give the United ij staDdifg among nations '.-j.it -H" ' do V snub her The President has appointed S. A. Losch secretary of the territory of New Mexico, in place of Hon. W. O. Ritcb, whose commission ex pired on the 28ih alt. The new sec retary hulls from Pottsville, Penn sylvania, and is Raid to be a very able aad worthy gentleman. Mr Ritcb has filled the office f r eight years, and during thai time made many warm frieuds in t'. e territory. As an official he was careful and competent and deserves great credit for the amouiit of zeal he has shown in si curing a share of the western emigration for New Mexico. Silver City Enterprize. N otwith standikgi out dispatches tf lust evening seeming to indicate that Tilden would take the unani mous Domination of the convention at Chicago, other and later reports indicate that his answer of June 10 (Vus final. More than that, the ques lion as to whether he can get the unanimous support of the convert is of no ready solution. There arc men of nmbltion on the ground who see in Tilden's indisposition or dis placement a chance for themselves, and human nature is very much alike even in Democratic aspirants for Presidential nomination. Should Blaine be elected we opine that there will be a cKanimg nut of the old disreputable and broken down backs of politicians thai re cupy some of tbe Federal offices iu this and other Teiritorics. Arizona is tn especial sufferer in the matter ot incompetency and unscrupulous and disreputable practices in same of her most Important offices ; nota bly, that" of the Surveyor Geueral U . S. Marshal and U.S Dist.Attorfcey The facts and points is. i'oe admlo istrationoMhese offices in our Ter rJtJfJt'uave beeu long since noted at Washington, but through certain in fluences which have been kept at work there has been . and probably will be no change till there is a change is tbe administration of affairs and the owners of certain officials can na longer nil offices with their tools. MEVKETAKT VAX ABH1J IX Hit FORMER H03IJB. Hon.'H. M. Van Arman, at pres ent secre ary of the Territory of Arizona, is mentioned as a probable Republican candidate fJr Delegate in Congress from that territory in the coming election. Mr. Van Ar- man was at one time, some ten rr twelve years ago, a resident of Stale., He served the State as im migration agent and was considered by tbe board as the most active and energetic among all of them and ha displayed executive ability of a high order. For a long time h was city editor of the Journal and earned the good will of bs employers and the people. He went from here lo Cali fornia, where for several years he was on Ihe editorial staff of the San Francisco Pott, and was, in 1881, appointed to his present positiou. He is spoken of by the press and the people of Arizona as the best secretaiy of the territory they ever bad- We know him to be an able, energetic, square man, and if the people of that territory secure his services in Congress they will be ably represented and will ret one who is a worker, who will secure them substantial advantages. He has not only our best wishes for his success, but that of most of our cilis zens. Nebraska Stmte Journal. Letter List. inciaimca letters remaining in .the pc.ttoffice at Phoenix, Arizona July 7, 1884: Anders-.n, Robl Brown, R D Beet, C W Conley, John Connally, G H Corbin, Dan Davis, Jennie A Elliott, H N Gordon, Geo W Haitson, E Heath, Emma Hendrickson, Wm Lacome, J E Londeneleger.Thos Moore, Wm W Powers, Martin M Porter, Julia M Richards, J Renny, H C Renny, R H Stephenson, Geo Simpkins, Joseph Van Tassel, N Wolina, B Wilson Geo Ynery, Wui returned letters. Golicen, A B Leonard, Geo W Laxlun, J Sorg, Henry Varcla, M CARTES ESPA KOLAS. Andray Snys. Fedto Balles, Jesus M Pina, Carmeiita Valencia, Kusario Armijo. Cail for advertised letters. Geo. E. Mowrey. P.M. A mule story is told "ly Dr. Wm . A. Hammond, in the Youth's Com. paninn. While stationed at ton Webster, in what is now Arizona, he started down tbe canyon on a very fine and large mule. The beast stopped abruptly, and signified that he would not budge a step. Spurs were dug into his flanks to no pur pose. I here lie s:oexi as n m as a rock. Hammond pulled him around and gall- ped back to the fort. The next morning it was ascertained that at a point scarcely a hundred yards in advance f where the mule had gained his victory, some Apache Indians had ambushed the road, and but for tbe brute's keen nose and ears, and firmness in resisting an 'stinate man, short work would hvc beeu mj'Je of both. South. CMcago Convetioi Special to the Hikald ) Chic-ao , J uly .8 Anti Tammany delegates held a five-hour caucus laEt evening and adji-urned at one a. m. this morning. The emphatic and unanimous expression of those present was for Cleveland. TILDBK'S POSITION. Chicago, July 8. Tilden positive ly refuses to accept the nomination unless made by acclamation. He claims thai he toes sot want the ffice. DEMOCRATIC RATI'ISAI, COMMITTKE. Chicago, July 8. The Democratic National Committee began its ses sion at noon, naming Hubbard of Texas for temporary Chairman of the Convention. VERMONT AMD CONNECTICUT FOR CLEVELAND. Chicaoo, July 8. Vermont and Connecticut delceatcs will vote solid for Cleveland. CHICAGO FULL OF POLITICIANS. Chicago. July 8 The Palmer House, which is the headquarters of a large numbtr of delegates and for the most important delegations, is literally jammed full, as is the vicin ity of the hotel. Great excitement prevails throughout the city, even exceeding the session of tbe Repub lican convention in this respect. JOHN KELLY. Chicago, July 8 John Kelly was interviewed by a prei s reporter today and said he intended to stale his case clearly. If nrcesssry he would endeavor to break the unit rule, un der which sreral delegations bad com" tu the convention. He regard ed it as detrimental to the best in teresU of the party, a well as an imposition upon the delegates: MCDOM ALD'S CHANCES. Chicago, July 8 McDonald ban ners are appearing on the streets and ia the ball; but nevertheless there is little hope for him in any event. BEN BUTLER OK THE GROUND. Chicago, July 8. General Butler spoke thtt morning and said, by the way, that be would support the nominee of the convention. Chicago, July 9. Hubbard, on bis taking the chair, spoke for some time. He said in the course of Lis temarks: "The war Ia over. Our boys have married the maidens of the South, and for evermore they will con'inue to go to the altar of j ,OTe Ugclner am, and sidc by s.de ! at tbe dyjnfi bed and ulk of far ff I home from hich no re- ' lurDg T. now too ,onc 8inco the j ,iir0e of war racked our natioM to bring up the bloody shirt. Tbe war has long si ace passed. ' CLEVELAND. Chicago, July 9. Cleveland men continue hard at work and are grows iug even more confident, though it looks like up hill work to pull him Ikrough. OHIO DELEGATES. Chicago, July 9. The Ohio dele gation is badly divided on Thur man and Hoadley. Tbe division is very nearly equvl and there is no probability of an agreement being made among them. TILDEN ANSWERS Chicago, July 9 In answer to last telegrams again begging Tilden to accept the nomination, he stales positively that bis answer in his letter to the Chairman of the New York State Central Democratic Committee was final, and that be will not reconsider bis decission made previous to the publication af that letter. This is regarded as final at Chicago and the convention is turning its attention to other can didates. M'DONALD's CHANCES LOOKING UP. Chicago, July 9. The McDonald men have gained a namber of points in the 1 tit few hours, especially since the final refusal of Tilden, and tbe free-traders are jubilaat. Harry Watterson leads McDonald's forces. butler conncbiating. Chicago, July 9. General Butler ha not appeared in the hall today, but things are remarkably active about his headquarters. Bntler's chances are looked upon now as quite equal to any other except, per haps McDonald. BAYARD BEHIND IN THE RACE. Chicago, July 9. Bayard has some adherents, but as yet there teem to be nothing like a general movement or any marked notice be ng taken of his candidacy. THE SITUATION. Chicago, July 9. The situation at this hour is entirely uadennable McDonald, Butler, Hoadley, Cleve land, Thurman and Bayard all seem to have their adherents, work ing like beavers, but as to any one or them eutsiue or Hoadley making any advance there is much quettioa. The gener al impression is that there is a very dark horse somewhere. Chicago, July 9. Gilliaa of Wis consin has been named as peima- nrnt Chairman. This presages a Hoad)r b-.em. Headly's friend are jubilant and lnuiman uiiio friends are accordingly reserve but fighting steadily. ADJOURNED FOR THE FORENOON. Cbicago, July 9. Convention ad journed at 11 o'clock a . m. over $18,000,000. Nkw Yoke, July 8 Grant & Ward to-day filed an inventory of their liabilities, which are found to amount to over 18,000,000, and of their nominal assets which amount to over $27,000,000, their actual as sets to $G7,000. Tbe licks of the concern are touml to be in a most miserable condition. cholera. Toulon, July 8. Nine deaths of cholera are reported for yesterday. It -is now thought that the dread disease will reach Germany and great alarm is brgiuing all overthe country. The oxygen cure announc ed by telegraph a few days since ia reported as practically a failure. DENIAL FROM GEN. I.OGAN. Washington, July 8. Shoit'y after tbe Senate was railed to order, Logan arose and said: "Mr. Presi dent I deem it due to my friends that I call attention to the statement I find copied in the public press as well as in the Congressional record1-, p. 278, June 1st. I was myself set clown in the list of what is termed land grabbers, as having in some mischievous nay accumulated the land. This statement is utterly without foundation. bills approved. Washington, July 8 Congress has approved the River and Harbor Improvement bills. CONGRESS ADJOURNED. Washington, July 8. Cougress adjourned this morning at 3 o'clock . DISASTROUS Ft HE. Eureka, Nev., July 8. The town of Tybo, 200 miles soulh cf Eureka, was almost entirely destroyed by fire on July 4th. The information only reached here yesterday. There were no water facilities, and all the houses were destroyed iu a short time. The body of John J. Olds was found in the debris. Total los upwards of $33,000. terrible accident. San Krancisco, July 8. An acci dent is reported to have taken place last night on the Atlantic & Pacific railroad, near High Bridge station, about four miles from the Needles, by which the conductor, E. . King, was killed, and several persons in jured. Their names are: J. P.Sul livan, road master; Wm. P. Am brose, deputy road master; W. S Hobbs, E C. Thorn no, Pullman car conductor; Geo. A. Baleman, of Al ameda; and J. S. Stanley, of Cliii C igo. Physicians were promptly telegraphed for and evtry thine pos sible doce to relieve tbe injured. Conductor Kine was-buried at the j N edles to-day. THE GREAT GERMAN- REMEDY FOR PAIN. BIivsi and eurea RHEUMATISM Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, BACK ACHE, HtCiCES, TOOTHACHE, SORE THROAT, QUINSY, SWELLINGS, SPBAIXS, SanMK, Cut,, Brui, FROSTBITE. BURNS, SCALDS, Aad alt thflrtwMlil? che Hi paiiu. FIrtT KT A BOTTIX Sold bvmll DnurirlBta and Dealers. Diracliea la 11 Tka Ckarlel 1. Voreln- Ca, C.S.A. llOSTETrE To the seeds of the touriet, commerria traveler and new ee'tler. Hos tarter' Stomach Bittern is pecnlMrly adapted, sin e it strengthens the disrostive organs. ana braces the physical energies to nn- bealthfol influences. It removes and pre vents malaria) fever, constipation, dys pepsia, healthfully stimulates the kid n yi and b 'adder, and enriches as well as purities the bloud When overcome by faiiffUe, whether mental or pliyeical, the weary and debilitated find it a reliable source or mnewea strength and cemfort. For sale by all Druggists aud Dealers gen eral! j. TUTTS POLL TORPID BOWELS, DISORDERED LIVER, and MALARIA. From thefle sou rocs arise three-fonrtns of Ui diseases of the human race. These symptoms indicate their existence: oaa r Appetite. Rowrll costive, SUeat Heairteelae. fullness after eat af?, aversion to exertion af body or saind, Eraetatian at food, Irritabil ity of teae per, Lsw spirit., A feeling af tsas-ina; neglects! sente duty, Iftlx slnesa.Flntterlcs at the Beart,Iots before the syea, tiiahly colored Urine,COarSTiPATIonr,an1 demand th use of a remedy that acts direct! y.on tbe Liver. AssvLivermedicineTCTT'S PILLS havenooaoai. Their action on tbe Kidneys and Bktn ia also prompt; removing all impurities through these three M icaTsnrrl af the system," producing appetite, sound digestion, regular stools, a clear skin and a vin orous body. TITT'K PILLS cause no nausea or griping nor interfere with daily work ana are a perfect ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA. Bold ewTwhtreaSa. Office 44 MnnrsySt.N . TUTTS HAIR DYE. Grat Hair oi Whiskkbs changed In stantly to a Glosst JIlack by a single annlication of this DTE. Sold bv Druir Mi.is.or sent by express on receipt of tL , OfHce, 14 Muri-av Street, New Tork. MAKVAii tf HSerUii flvClT . I SAa. j30" A WICKED ADULTERATION. Eleven Per Gent of Tartrate of Lime Discovered in Price's Bak ing Powder. Analysis of Price's Baking Powder, of Chicago, shows: LTMH S.53 per cent AMMONIA .... - 105 per centj Starch 19.00 per cent Prof. H.- birshaw, of New York, found the follow ing in Price's Powder: TARTRATE OF LIME - 11.85 per cent Aeule from the inferiority of a powder containing a useless substance equaling about one-eighth of its entire weight (and which is the cause of the great lack of strength of Price's Baking Powder, as shown by the tess of the Government Chemists), there is to be considered the serious consequences that may arise fr-m taking this large amount of lime into the s-stem. Lime cannot be decomposed -by heat, and is not eliminated in mixing or L LllES eUUlinUUB UIUUU1UU11, i owder, remains m tne oread, Discuit or catte witn which it is mixed, and is taken into the stomach. By the application of heat to lime carbonic acid gas is driven off, and there is left quick lime, a caus tic so' powerful that it is used by tanners to eat the hair from hides of onimals, to quickly rot the flesh from the bones of dead subjects. Lime mixed with starch (and both are found in Price's Powder) will produce a ferment. The process is not quick, and does not in which the baking powder is used has been some time in the stomach. Indigestion, dyspepsia, and more serious disorders result. The cause of this large Baking Powder is the use of cheap and impure ma terials. Prof C. B. Gibson, Chemist of the College of Phy sicians and Surgeons, Chicago, had in view these im pure powders, containing lime, like Price's, when, after having made an examination of many of them, he volunteered the following testimony that Royal Baking Powder is the best and purest in the market: "ROYAL" ABSOLUTELY PURE. "Royal Baking Powdeb Co.: I recently procured a sample of your (Royal baking powder from the kitchen of a private tamily in this city, and subjected it to an examination. 1 found it so different from many of the baking powders advertised as 'strictly' and 'absolutely Dure.' and so far superior that 1 thought you would be pleased to know it, and might find use for the certificate. ''In view of the vast difference and stupendous frauds that are offered to the most 'gullible' people on the face of the eirth. it pleases me occasionally to strike an 'honest article.' "Respectfully, C. B. Gibson." ELEGANT JEWELRY, Fine Engraving AT Israel Miller's Jeweler's Emporium. Phoenix. Arizona. EA11 work warranted. AtW.T. Woods' Phoenix News Depot, opposite tbe Postofficr, Washington St. PHdNIX RESTAURANT o 3d door east of Post office Single meal? 25 cents Board by the week $5.0 Board by the onth $20.0 C HAS. PARK General Jobber Well Digging. Clearing lots, eettinir out and carir.g for trees, shrubs, etc. Apply at Pollock & Wright's. New Jewelry Store ! J. T. HOHD, Practical Watchmaker and Jeweler. Throe Doors West of the Btck ExchftDg Oppobite lhu Plaza. Watches, C'locKsand Jewelry re paired oi cleaned on short notice. All work wsrnted. Geo. D. Clark WatchmakerJeweler WASHINGTON STKEE1 At Dr. Roseon'8 office, sear the postoffice I'IKKXtV. . AT Repairing fine watches made a Speciality. Building; Lots for tsale. Lots No. 1, 3 and 5 in block No. 1, city of Pboenix. Apply to Dr. R. E. Lightburne, office nearly opposite Lemon Hotel. j tal baking, and therefore all of 3 iwuuu au i- oivv o itu.ug and in dissecting rooms take place until the food amount of Lime in Price's Declaration of Trader. Sole Territory of Aiixoo. Cvud t of Mari copa ss. ALL IE ISAAC, wife Eli IS. Isaac, of the County of Maricopa, aud Terri tory of Arizona, -being desiron. to avail herself of the privilege and benefits of the act of Legislature of the Territory of Ar-zona. approved jjecemocr au, isri.. gir ing to married -womt-n tbe rigbt lo cavrv on and transact business under tbir own names and on their owe account, make tnis her declaration, mat shA in:euu& i carry on business in her own name an on her own account, and that from the date -hereof ehe will b" individually r sponsible, in her own rime, tor all dbti contracted bv her on accrunt of ;1k busl ness ehe will t?o enter into. Tiiat th business tbe will so enu-r into will by mat or farming, ana raisine and deann, in ttock. cattle. horMeb. awine. fowls, etc and ir far-m products And beine duly sworn, I, the said AllieJ. iMancdo depo-e and tar that the am nnt invested iu said bnsineis is Jess than the sum of nve thousand dollars. ALLIS J, IS AAC Jul 9, 1884 Territory of Arizona, Count of Marl copa as . I, Charles A. Tweed, a Notary Public in and for the County of Maricopa, and Ter ritory of Arizona, herebv certify that I am well acquainted with Mrs. AlUe Isaac who has made the J ore going declaration, that said declaration was made and exe cuted before me and in my presence, and was ot ner suDscnoeu ana sworn to De- tore pe this una da1-of July, 1W4 (S.1.) o. A. TWEED, j7 Notary Public OSINBURG BRO'S. HARNESS M SADDLERY. 25 to SO psr at, Seduction. Best Stock of Saddles of all varit tics made to or.lsr and warrant' cil, and a Full Assortment kept on band. Harness and bridles of all styles. EST" Best and largest stack ever brought to .Phoenix. Robt. Steinegger Washington Street, Be low the Postoffice, PHCENIX ARIZONA. Former Assayer for Central Arizona Mining Co., Vulture. TERMS REASONABLE! ASSAYS KELIABLE! J. M. SHRIVER, C0NTnACTORl. -AND- Builder. Plans and Specifications Fur nished. Estimates Made on All Kinds of Buildings. Rrsideocs northwest oornsr of Aatnt sad Atiiricors susrt: Hoen.ii, Arizona . PROFESSIONAL Jekbt Mill a v, Notary rnblic. T. W. HlMB. Civil Engineer MILL AY & HINE, Attorneys and Counselors At Law, and Real Eilatt Agent. 1'HCENIX. - - ARIZONA bah Cox, jossrn AMFaai-t GoX & CAMPBELL. Attorneys at Law -OFFICE In Irvine bnildiaf. .aC 0. A, T W fc tl . W. A. HAKCOCR. J . W. CKBKSHAW. TWEED, HANCOCK A CRENSHAW, Atto rneys-at Law. a-I-and busmen madn a speciality.; PHOUV1X. ABIIOXA. H. N. ALEXANDER, Attorney-at-Law. OFFICE Irvine's Block, Room 1 PHtBKIX, Abizosa 8. O. MORFORD, Altaic d Counsels! it Lav. a-vm-K FOX KKlLi,IM J Calirorn'e Street, MAX rBAMClMC. J. T. Auir, ALSAP A. C. Baksb & BAKER, Attars i CcunSslor. &t tar. trniE-ou Curt !. Pboenix. A. T. MrtS. E. A. ING ALLS ,M.D. Physic? an and Oculist. GIVK3 special attentn to Otatf tries and Diseases of VameM Office east Washington sireei. HERBERT R. PATRICK, Civil Enginee, IJ. H. Drp.ty Miaieral lBrvej-r for Arizona. Subdivision of land a specialty Office Opposite Post Office. O. J. TH1B0DO, M. D. -AND DEALLK IN DRUGS. MEDICINES, AND TOILET ARTC Perfumery, Brushes, etc. Opposite the Post office. J. E. WHARTON, M. D.. U. S. Examining Surgeon, OFFICE aso dispensakt: A Jams St., near Maricopa St, PHCENIX, ARIZONA R E LIGHTBURNE, M D Physician and Surgeon Office and Residence nearly opposite the new Lemon Hotel, Wash ington Street. PHOENIX - - Arizona. C. E. DAILEY, Late U, S. Receiver 81 Public Moneys. -W- ASO PA8ENT A'D CLAIM AGfNT 1 J and Aitomry. No, 114 'amp street, P. O. box 14. Tucson. Kusiuesa under V. H. Laud Laws a specially. J M. CREIGHTON, ARCHITECT, Plars and Specifications Fur nished. Construction" of Buildings Superintended. Phcenix, or Fort Huachnca. CAPITOL HOTEL WASHINGTON STREET, PHOENIX - - - A. T. W.C. PIMM, Froprietcr. Re-fitted and Re-furnished EVerphing fleW, Neai.lJlBaii Good rooms to let by the dav. week, or month. First-class board cm be obtained in the building. Choice Wines,Liprs& Cigars Kep at the Bar. Notice of Dissolution of Partnership. TUB FIR heretofore; existtno nodor the same and style of Bslsz wens, uoint: ousiiiess as DUicners. in Bf city ol r'hifenix. is tbis flay dissolved by mntnai oonpent. rranu u. weus via P ! all Indebtedness of the firm, and col led all monies due ssiii firm nr to this F. B ALSZ, FRANK 1. WELL9. K1CUOLAS BALSZ. Dated July 1, 1884. Est ray Notice. ' rlAME to the ranch of John Barton, on the Airaa Fria. abonc foarteea miles west of Phoenix, about the 10th dy ol June, one small eray horse. 13 kands hth, age about 4 years, brandad PZon the leu nip ana ventea en jfu suuuiuer, vna BC on left hip. atd on the right hip. 'I ha owner will call, prove property, pay cots, or tue same will be disposed of according to law. JOHN BAKTOf , Dissolution Notice. -VTOTTCE 18 HEREBT GIVKH THAT FN the coparinsrehip heretofore existing between A. W. Cattoa and Chas. B. Noe, in the vhotograph business, in tlie city of Phoenix, county ot Maricopa. A.T., is this day dissolved by mutual consent. July B, 1884 C. B. SOS. Estray Notice. ATmvrarch, near Phoenix, in cha:ge of P. Met 8 A Co.. one black hoi se. saddle-marked, brand on left shoulder: also one ILiht bay horse, white fett, and whits stripe in face, brand not distinct. The owner cau have them by paying for tins uuiiue o.nu cuitres at ine reucn. t:. A.. 1 WEtD. Phoenix, Jo.lv 8, ItQi. 17. F. EVERHARTS Drug& Variety Store NO. 79 WASHINGTON ST..OPP. PLAZA. . . . DEALRR lit PDBE DRUGS, PATENT Fancy Toilet Articles, CANDY, NUTS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, PIPES, CUTLERY, JEWELRY, SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES, FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS, SEWING MACHINE N EEDLE3 & ATTACHMENTS, Fancy China and Glassware, Toys, rv inaow uiass, 10- Choice Fruit of the Season Always on Hand. tsoliclting a portion of the public patronage and ;uaranfee5n; full faction. Uomsonel uome MM GnliraBXlotii, DRV GOODS. 1875 THE PI0I1EER HOUSE, 1884 Unnnnr ii Phoenix. A. T. Wholesale Liquor Dealers, Im porters and Jobbers of Fine Wines Lipors ' anil Cigars. Sole Agents for the - A. A. A. Old Valley Whisky, Anheuser-Busch Beer. Fredricksburg Brewery Co. Agency of John Co., San Francisco, Cal., and Straiton & Storm, New York, Cigars. The Largest Establishment of the kind in MEDICINES, PEBFDHEEIES. Paints, Oils, Varnlnhet, Brushes, iuir.., x.ic., n.ic. abu iook u owiuiok mors. gains IN AND op L. Bowman & Arizona.