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10.C-0 ei j, .. 1:4 t Voittn . . V& Vr i: AdvPC 6- uu tun- 2 u 4.0- S.V mHr t pn.?R rv. .it -Km Pirck. ri:t i.a:..- "V V-.1! " i.-.t tjM nil tv l&r1:ft: In Sn franclsC" ns'-Ni- ftten. cnip'.nvf or ft-.vr pi-cnor r iW rmp-.". on writ-vn oid.rr oi r(nliiii or tlto- nix. - 8.X j Jn y ft. iw4. KOR 1-KhMDE.ST: JAMES G. BLAINE, UP MAINS. FOH TICK rnrsrDivNT: JOHN A. LOGAN, OF ILLINOIS. R. H. JicDoSALB, a banker of Ear) Far ci?c, is likely to 1x5 the Prohibition oatidi.lat :oi President, accortiing to advices fotu Pittsl:rg, where the Convention of that party iS now in session. JcD&k Apekso.n, of Kl'-rciice. in:mi to be looming tip ns an impor tant candidate before the Democrat-, ic ct Vriition for nomination as dele k'.e to Cootjrcss. Co!. Head, of Piftcott, is also making headway, koUHou.A. C. Biker, of Phoenii. is i'ett.Ci' ills wites to work. The e:i'tro Democracy lias con cluded to rrnke New YorB and O'.i'ijtlif battie-fied and nil! nae every c flout to catry these twoS'ate?, b. -Iieying, hs tliey do, that wi'h auc cts ft lluut poiiits llifcir ticket vi i!l cuut aliei.d. JJoney and oratois will lie tenssfd in thca two S aiea wiihout ftint. JUjuisiasa i growing fu!t of Blaine and Logan club and many of tbepeople of tbai Statr, not liere ;ofore tndentified, are acting itu the Kepabiinaa party from the fatt that tue Demociatio platlorm prom- ines them no protection in their noost iiupa:taat business canu ly augar gron-msj- Tna report of the Surveyor Gen eral of Ibe Territory, juat published, -on tains the- following item of in. lerest concerning the various inilt- acJLresei various jn Terri'ory: The total are of these reerva !jr in this "TetiTtory is 107,0'2"j t:crt a os covered by tuutccn. esei vaiious, lowit: ACRES. . 48.920 4 2 341 , 24.750 Ciimp Lowell " Grant McJowolI " Good nin " Bowie " Yerdu Thomas v . . Apacbe. " Moju-ve , Crittenden ' - Grai t(old) Whipple '.; ;er reserve, Wblppie. Total 24 040 t 23 040 i 1 ii93 i . 10.467 . 7,421 . 6.480 . 3,378 . 2,031 . 1 ,730 720 lb7,052 Several inaeeu-ato tables of the Itectoral votes of the Sta'es have etn recently preseuteJ. The lo! wing, hlcb isconcet, is givtn for :e information of our readers: labama v 10 urkanstis 7 uliforui.t 8 olorado 3 tnntOleut. . . ft 3 4 12 2i lo 13 9 Vi s 0 8 :. . 9 1 10 5 3 w riarcpshirt . 4 . 9 . 3S . 11 . 23 '. 3 . 80 . 4 e"v Jersey w York -rtli Carolina ai" Tson.. ... nurylvAma. . .ode Inland illi "T-'aroilna anessee . . , v is rmort rginia , ;3t Virginia scoasiu . 9 . 12 . 13 . 4 . 12 , 6 . n 401 rotr.L... ..................... V.irab r required to eh et, 201. I - The Tucson (Jilizzn very uaturallr "j s thatTucfton should have llte piib'.lcan Tenitoiial Cci.vention s year.: Its main ptoinl against. .." :: . )it: that all thedcl- i Ktajje. it. All uvj to fetae il e from Pima, V 'Uire iide to j'. . Wu- 9' t V .. S IJ j Vti' letaware... . toiida e -rgia itii ou I .sjart'i , T' ame. . ....... -!t- ' .irylana ....... ..N issKChusetia ........ .TV. . . . .higan tanesota i-slsst ppl . "is. oui i. . . ebrasR. . evaa. . ; . mtiniseircs rmucr man insist thut those- who an- obliged lo bear the liUide or il should 3e compelled to lake is, ail? Aiorecver, the average tx.it un- for delegate to Tucson wouid be CfTisiderably in excess of lit- avorngi- to Pliot-uix. Coupling iluiieopi't. five delegates os a slauo- j off lor -i. equal number fiv-ni Pima couii j, nml we b.ave left fifteen UeK rsatt s fi"ii Oocbi e, tour from Gra ham, a, d four f:nm Pirns, whose i-xpe tts WiiiiJ U fc-r utei -in P Loe uix lb -i n to Tot-sou. Tiiia Umvo uu t-si t-sii or ii m nn moors wiicj won, a i i t)' a much or more to gel lo Tuc- son aud have- more tisvel. I The rti'orl ot the Surveyor Gen- i rai of tii Territory is at baud and from it we clip what i most im portant concerning Ibis section ot i l lie Territory , namely, what ho has j to phv of private lauri prnls. The I document ns a whole is a rather verbose aid by lo means explicit j pl:itein ot of the i xisnog condition of affair in ;he office witn sundry opiniotiH, none of whieu are par icu-larlj- reiiiHrk-.ble tXi-ept pcKsibly th opiiiiOu thM is for the want of Cf-al that a north and south ruilioail hs uj! been biiilt In tlie Territory. If the document one of the Sur-v-ror Geneial's a tempts lo "educate the people" up to the point where they will kj prtciate the private land grant question "as I shall de cid -," we !-nall probu'oly be snme titue in reaching the desired point rf appreciation. How, ver, on pri vate crants he says .- Tins cla ol work in this offit.'e is uece'sari 1 y of i-low prosiess. In the I Ii vet!iga:ion of ihese old g.aiits, ! letters are frequently months In j iring an wered. photographs of j printing, writing, autograj lis, seals. etc , are not (infrequently sent both to Spain and the interior of Mexico, for comparison with authentic rrccrds, and every s'ep in the Inves tigation of a private land grant is laborious and requires time. Ex perts when sent to examine ancient documents iu remote places are oftt n absent for mouths ana are embar rassed by the lcc.i! custodians in instances to the detriment of the service. There are at present pending in this office highly important grants, which I shall not be ablo to report upon for some time to come, as the investigations have in most instan ces been but lately commenced, aud tu- interests involved art of too great i.mouut to admit f other than the no st feftichinji iivest'gi:tion, ard intelligent and e.xhitustive work. It Is to be regretted that at the time of thp purrhane of this Ten ifory.t lie Irenty in connection therewith did not s-i-eify a lirmtaiion of time within which the United Slates wojM confirm private land erants covering portions of the newly ac quired Territory and beyond which they would not be en'.ei taiued. Ari zona is t"-day covered in pottion by grants' which have not even at this late day bt-eatiUd. These grants exist in reputation only, ai d itseems to be the intention of the claimants to a'iw their alleged grants to lie uunt until towns are bunt upon '!'eul "rfc 'bfcir ar.-.ble and pasture lands are purchased from the gov- finmenl and setteld upon, when the cliimanls come foiwnrd and offer quit claims of title, or demand set tle nit nts tit exoibitant rates, usually commensurate with the cost of im provements, etc, and not infrequent ly these claimants are ptrsors who, in the strit t eye ef the old practice, would have come '.".ithin (he pale of putiisbment fr maintenr.n. e and champerty. This li.es of claim nts secure lOr.trol H e li'tle p ipers in an rffnrt tr perhaps have the grant e.onritmed, in the meantime quit clii ing and colie'lina- mnpey in settlements. The government can not exercise loo stringent measures ia regard lo the investigation of pi ivu e land claims of this character iu this Territory, uud especially those uoi tiled at this time, or those wh'ch .-.re filed and in which the claimant" thereto, are making t:o pin lirultr eiT'.-r' to furnish evidence, as this class of g4 are a great ctelrime t to the TeTi'Vory, and constant nightmare i Ihevtettlers thereof C'.H1 t'tttltl CIH.ONM, FIEAl The Courier of ye.-lerdtiy pub j'lishes the toilowing cfti'il irom Col t. F. Hi ad. tespeciiug his caudl rii- KsThescott, Juiy 22, 1884. I 1-ereTi'.; announce myself as a candid'tte for the oiHce of Delegate to Congress froniiiie Ten itory of Arizona, provided suciTsctti,dinacy shall be ratified by the DihVsi'rntie Territorial Convention. I apologize to my many friends to"; whose repeated solicitations I have heretofore ever said no, but would urge that my seeming change of mind is caused only by their loo partial estimata of my fitness to serve them in the capacity of Dele gate. If nominated I will make as vig orous and extended a canvass as the time and exigencies of busttess w ill possibly permit, and, if elected, will use all the ability which Providence lias allotted to tne in behalf of the whole people of Ar zorc.-i Terri'oiy, it ref peclive of party, sect or con-, dition. If, however, it shall please the Territorial Nominating Convention to select another as their standard ; bearer, it bball be my pleasiTt , as well as my d,uiy, to as coidially sup- ' tiurt such candidate as I sho'.'d de sire to be suppo.te a eititaie ) TELEGRAPHIC DISCllABGKD. San Fr k Cisco, 01 , July 19 Dr Mame. who wun arribted charged wi'h the nmrdet of Mrs Van Z.imtt, wh died iast week at 'lie Pulsce Hotel undar peculiar ciieninstancep, iias been ai quitted fl'-d d'Scloned from eustodv, imritig examina tion litis at'ertiooii, lr. Mome ai'l thai iu his opinion the pt i:oi:.lin of the wiiEib which w;ts sttppused to have killed Mi. Van Z;.t.dl h::rt been dotie after de:.th lfiu cretin id. I.ti.ljT. OliKt- l.t v . Nfc'WBcnvrouT, July Hi Joint A. Gneiey rieeivrd the fi'lb'Wiug : 5T. JtiUK's, .N. i!.,Ju.y 19. I .tin cii.t- us w Y".,ik al. ut Au busi l. Shni: spt ml s'ik leave ttt Newt:i.rypOit ihis autumn. Per ICct'V Weli, but wtufe. (-ig'-ed) A. AV. G KKEi.tr. etit'Lt-HA. Paris, July 1! Three c-ih"S of ciiokia repo:ttd l.tra tod.iy, two fatal. Five cho'eia deaths In the department of 'he lower Alps. Fa miaat'toii of railw iv stations at Tou lon, Mar eilie , and Curis, lifts beeu discontinued. M ABsniLt-Ks, Juiy 19 Officials are pun ic si rit keu because -.f the faihire tochecU the spiead of chid eiu, and are fl.entg. Six denlhs fnm cholera at Atbs yesterday. . Marskii.LES July 19 Five dentils siexi: ihi morning. Ten patients nave beu cuied ai.d Lave lift the hosp lal. A COLORADO EAMvEll SU.'CIDKS. DKSVtR, July 19 The banking and commercial Ce iiiiiiin ities were startled this aft-inoon y 'by an nouncement that V. E. Rvei ett, the wt!l ktiown b' Lker nd cptiulist of Gotden, ha;l et;umiltiU suicldt'. Mr. EveieU had been l:tlitisr li;oiiil for his nerves, wLich ulleetel his nevves, viliicli afTicted his luain, and early this morning bcciine vio lently insane. Seiziig a revolver, and before he c.iulil be prevented, ended h!s life by shooting himself His business affairs were in execl lent shape. He lots been extensively engaged in mining in Colorado, was largely interested in mining pros pects ut Kingston, X. M. He was also one of the projectots and own ers of the Valley smelter at Golden and luterested wuh it iu its exten sive mining enterprise. CABIN' T AKD THE CHOLLKA. WASmjiGTojf, July 19 The ses sion of the cabinet to-.day was de voted mainly to considering the best method of preventing the iutiodnc lion of cholera into the United Mates. The Stcretary of State to day received cable from Councij General Walker, Paris, acknowl edging receipt of saniM ry telegram and saying it had been sent lo Havre, BoideftttX and Marseilles. He further say a Hint il will be strict y observed. Ihat there is no cholera in Pat is yet, aud the city is uuusutlly healthy TALKED TOO MLTOII. Washington, July 19 Stark says that the President has not issued a commission to John Jxrrett, of Pitts burg, to be chief of the bureau of labor stattsttrs, aud has not yet de, lerniined to do so. Janet t made disparaging n marks in regard to the President hi a public sp'eech at Pittsburg, and is in danger of losing the position which waswilutuhis grasp. OLD JIM FII1D AT LAST. Washington, July 10--James E. Legate, of Kansas, has been nomi nated receiver of public moneys at ibe Ca-ur d' Alene land office. AT A PISTOL'S POINT. Wlt.i.cox, July 21 Al George, of San Simon, compelled the agent at i he point of a pistol lo open the stock corral and took out five car loads of horses without paying the charges. A special engine came to Wiilcox from Bowie for Ucouty Sheriff. Crowley and a posse. Will send further i ariiculars as soon as received. nooBip or nonsu TiifEvts. Salt L.tKa, July 21 News comes from J lid ii h City .northern Montana, that five horse thieves were cip turtd and hanged in the vicinity of Rocky Point, a few days ago. The bamang vraa done l y a regularly or ganized gang of cowboys, who Set out to round up the thieves that in fest that section, ajid they are doing ll.eir woik i:i good i-hape. They se cond thiity-two s'oleu horses fio.r. the quintette of outlaws and then und shoi t uoi k of them, hanging t' e lot to ibe utatei-t tree. In the nglon between lower Judith and Muesels Jfill, within three weeks, thirteen hoise thieves have been lynched and it is probable the end is firt yet. The campaign was begun by the killing of two hofsethieves :.t Mussels Hill, followed ly dispatch ing iwo half breeds at Ciaigett. One was hang.ed on Arnict creek and nn otiier ner' Fori Maginnis. Two more wire lynched al Lewistcn, and this big haul at lldeky Point makes a lot a of thirteen. KILLED BY A TRAIN. - Sas Fbancisco. July 21 Albert U.Uatemau, iwfiity years of age, iu junj.ieg f,ff a train at paklacd, was stiuck an engine an received in juri. s whlireM,l;eti iu hit dealt,. His patents livo 4U lictndt. Viichi gun. He lias: lesiQt u Oakland ouly a lew weeks. - CHOt.EItA. Marsf.ilies, Julv 21 The ber of deaths from chJlera iu j j . I hours is 58. NOT && BAD. """ ' Satt Fuancisko, July 23 The Bradstret't Meichantiie Ajjency re ports sixteen failures on the Pacific const Stales and Territories for the week ending Satu-day, ns com pi. red wilh thirty three for the previous week a it I ihirtyone for ihe corress ponding' week of 1S83. . . . - - THE ritOFIIBITlOKIST. Pittsburg, July 52 Deleirotes te the National Conventien of the Prohibition Home Protection party, to 'oe held bere lhis week, arc be seems to point most strong'y to Dr. R. II. McDonald of San Francis -o as the probable nominee for Presi dent. He will receive a stiocg sup port from ihn Mouth and West. THE PI.40UK Sr. Peterhbui o, July 21 The plaiiue which mule its an; earutie-s at Khars and oi her stu; ions if Cau casus, was broil 'jhl fvm Pers-.a . The oani'ai y Co: don nl liatu p-oved tise!e-s, 800 pei's-oiis having dit (1 :U Bedra during May. Prince Doii -doi.k- ft Kursu'.ofl" has iuterdu ted the Moslems of Caucasus fr- in makiug u pilgt image lo lite Holy place. TIMES lMfROViNU. Xl.W ORK, July 21 Favorable ciop advices and an improvi me. t iu our " foreign trade und husini.!. throughout the country were gret topics of convetsattoD in firiat.tihl centres during the week and -xei-cistd considerable it.Buence in values at the slo ic exeht;nge, tnso. much as it-tended to bring out strongly that the rial situation ti: tide of all street was productive of good, which was pluinly relit cl. , in f return of n nfi lente. Near and close ciop :ic."ttl!tts wete uni fortv !y of a r.fsl favorable cht. rac ier and scuictly ever before in the history of the c-.itintiy loive crowing crops progressed so f r wi h fewer niishups a- luive oc -tined this sea. son. A remarkable feature ot the situation is the f .ot tint ur.'tius pr.imise t; excel both in qua ity and q.iatiiity. THE GREF.LT I'AKTY. 6t. Johns. N. F., July 21 The survivor- are a' doing well, b it, u'e -till weuk and suffering frotti nerv ous prr-bt ration L euteiiont Grcciy has in.piove'I from 120 poun.is weight on ti.o 22d of Jure to 18D to-day. Sergettiil P.r.iinard nnd I he others iire pulling up propotionaicly The Uniteii states war ship Alert atrivid here at 8 p. in . ' Ft r deten tion was caused tfy fog and search for the other ships of the squ.;dn a Ail on hoard are well. THE FINDING OF Glli'EI.IT. Nt:w York, July 18 A special to the Tribune, from tit. John's, New Foundlai.tl, says: Additional de tails of the finding of the survivors are as fallows: At Bicwoit island the relief ships Thetis and Ucer made fast to the ice and parties were sent out to search lor recnls or cairns. Lieurennnt Lntint found a record on top of Hrevoort island, left on Oc:ober 20, 1883, stating Ihat the Greeley colonist hail established a perruai ent camp half way between Cape Sabine aud Ci ck d Hat ltdutid. having at that date but forty days' ratious. They were sorely pressed, but were all well and safe id the time. This news was received jit. t alter Colonel Wei!, Chief En'meir Lowe, and x-fMols Ashland und Norman hail t-!:iitid in the Bear's "launch to switch fortiic- Heche Citcl.e. They were called back &nd infos mc-d of the news and ordered to push ahead. The Thetis took the search parties on- board and immeiiiately followed. The ste::.., launch reache.l the camp fire.t ami rtturned to the shin with the tenihle t id i ri cs that ! onU. sf.ven of ,,,,, va.y Yt,rc vv i AUi lal Li.-uteuatU G.eclev and two ! of the party were dyirg. Captain ! Schley and Emery, doctor of the Bear, aud Ensign Reynolds were soon on the'r way to the camp "itli lestoratives, food, clothes, and every thing required for Immediate use. .Milk flinch was made on ihe way. The wi: d was blowing u gale a id it was only by careful management that the .am.i li reached camp. Th : waves flooded Ihe boat, drenching every one. WIipii Greely and his men were first found the search puny in the launch was obligt d to cut through a tent to reach the starving men. Greely was just able to support him self on his liands and knees. He was dressed in fur. with a red knit boo I, which added lo his haggard appearance. His long haii his wasted form ami deep sunke n yi s, which shone through his Liaises wi It increa-ed -brilliancy, his fe. !)'-; voice, which he strove loiottlr I but which ftiniiil.v revealed his leel mg , brought moisture to the cyt s of the relief jinny. On the other side lay two of hie companions in a djing condition Corpor.il Elisors . wit h both bunds and feet frozen oil and unal lv to raise his head, mi l Private Cornell, in his slciplng-ba-r, dying of starvation. Gie. iy had been leaning prayer, fur the dyinj j when the party atrivtd F an i f I the parly Sergi ant Prair.aid, Pri vates Long and Fredericks and Hos pital Steward B'f derbiek were ju-t title 10 stagger out of the ton'. A s.naii quantity of milk punch nod ammonia strengthened them and soon beef lea and warm milk Were added and all were s'injiilate.l. There pleadings for food woi heart-rending, but all solid food w as refused them, and they weie care fully trau-ported to ihe Th'-tts tin 1 B.-ur aad leudetly cared for. It was with dirlicul y that they were quieted. Their long Tast had left them liko insane men, and if they hail b;-tn allowed to cat as they de. sired all would have d.td. GENKltAL Ltl'GAS'a ACetKPTANCF.. Washington-. July 22. General Logan, in his acceptance f the mini iriHtian for he Vice Presiden y, be eins by sang that he avails him self of pari.) usage in si milying ! his approval of tin; resolutions of the platform ; he heariiiy advocates ' protective tarill" as a necessary protex jou to jahorinar men. aud points that the policy of the govern ;i Si t' protect both rapi- tal aud h.1 of duties. oper imposition ry sy- tlm countn publican p which has. in tiie h' Convert tnaiiita; est-) muchlf able yd? '" , f J s. t. South, where Intimidation and v:o- j lenc e are if soiled to at the pulls. Uader those practices rutnoritit s ; actually attempt to o I rent the cour-e of nulional till'airs. A li'mral tehool system isa;ivis:d fr the Southern Stales, and colored people be ma.ie as capable of exjtcisiog the dunes of elect.- rs as white people. Ri ferritig to the Sj niiis'.i-A m; ri enn S ate.-, he says, diplomacy and irtirigue h tve tline more lo wrest the "commerce of Spanish-America, ! fiom Mie Unite.! States iliati ur.S le i gititnate commi.-rcrial com petit bin. 1 He tciv.- ciites the fijht-hour law; ur:;rs s'reimtlunintf ti.e navy; the I obligations lo the tiil'endets of the couniey should not be fo-go; lea, nor I the recognition -if them through t e pension system be imperiled by ad j verte legislation; public lands should l.e kept for tne people and reserve"! Sor nee noiiies. lie c i i eludes by saying ti nt the present Indian policy should be continued and improved upon as experience may dictate). BIIJCKI.ATEKS' STr.IKE. New Youk. Jnh 2:5. At the hen. .quarters of the bric&itiycrs ami labnier la.-t night it was slated the fight was virtually over, and that nearly alt the b.iH.letS had given tn to their demands. Only 2t.M) men are said now to be in the strike The Bu'ii'icia' A.-soci'iti'-n on the other hand announce that only two i firms had e.ivi n i't and these were i on. pel h d to i tx const pi en' e of their contract.-. Tweiiiy-'lx mini be rs of 1 he association and eijltt firms ut, I members had agreed to resist all de nial. els. The builders were in their busiest season now, hut in a' most eveiy case ll.eir contract contained i a ci ii-e providing for an extension of tiitie in gase of a strike. the ciiom:i:a. Tart-, July 22. There were thir ty deaths from cholera at Mirseil'cs last nigln and twenty eight ut Ton Ion. A panic was created nt Ton! on last night by the an iv il of 1( 0 c tf fins, ordered from Marseille-!. In order to alia the excitement it was found nic s-ary to send the c ifiins b :ck. At a mee'ing of tlie mitnici pa! council at Paris the director of public aid declared licit no caso of genuine Asiuti 3 or sporadic cholera had li.cn reported ttt the Palis hos pitals. The ilea h at ributed to cholera were reallj" t other c inses. Sixty-one desttlis from cholfi-ti at Marseilles during the twenty-four hours er.tliug at 9 o'clock last uigtit The number of deaths in that city since the epideaiie app.-ared Is 874, The deaths fipin cholera at Aries are averaging nine daily. The panic there is in retidng. The aicltbtsh 'P of Aix visitc the sutlers ers at their ho'nts. FtitE. Flagstaff, Ju'y 22 A t about 3 o'clock Ibis morniiiu a li-e broke out in Hie fiance hou-e in the old town, und iu ics than two hours barl destroyed all the business pi ces fr-m the dauce h-l! to the lowc-r er.il of ihe s're-t. Be-1 Uro. and Mc Laughlin's saloons are the only re maining ones. The origin of the lire is not known, but 'supposed -by some to be incendiary, while others think that one of she git Is emp'otcd in the dance bouse, whil intoxi cated, had upset the candle, tbercby ci' using t he burn, ug of eight build ings, The less is Lea"y. CAT.lFOitNI.Csj w IT SAT. San FiiANCts-'O, July 23. Crop reports received by the Chrmtirle from twenty-seven poi.its in Califor nia, iiiid from which sn estimate- lias been made, p'-ie.-s the imal of wheat proouclion at. 00,011') 000 bushels, auaitist 51,00.1,01!) bushels in 1S3J. This is tUa largest crop ev. r i r - d icetl by 11113' State in the Color. Th-? total acreage in w eit is given at 3,3j:),O0J After dedu-ting ftr seed aud home coiisuni ti.r ;, there will be a surplus of fif y million bushels or thirty million centals. The fruit crop, with ihe exception if peaches, is enormous. Wine shows a "jieat increase over every previous year. 'Ht:li:i.iii,::ti:;:: THE GREAT GZR'M.H REMEDY ".p.,.,!.:.. -s R 3::vcs ati't ciitps "'-i li i LLjI.VI IS3I i'.'':'-" 'J i Neuralfjia, '-''-tiitt::' tJScir.tic3. Lumbago, ;:r:s:ii! )' 5 SGT.E Tlif.CAT, ,,,tiiiirr .!.tt;a..: 1 ;;in.-:v", sivf-. lli.vgs. ii'Uiiifii ' tt'tttt't. 1 ai.T-!..!-' coj Sw.'t ZZ9 ' ' IIOSTHITES, 1 rkd u,I .T'l-tlilyachoS 4 at.l:ti.,-. 3 CZ :$ A BtnTLS. 3 s-d.nf iu 11 it-1 I'lisiles A. V. fV.cT Co. LI , --;J A iL.lilmo rt-.?.l..l..S.A. 0 CaECSATEfl S3 f i lag , 1 m The famous The excellent Kardman Pianos! The popular and best medium priced m.ll and B7ISS PlASfCS ! The unrivaled -PijtrosiRD oi;gj5I2SI The celebrated STA1TDAED 0HGA3JS! are al! fully warranted and sold to reliable parties cm the, easy in.-t:i!I-mettt plan. Tuniu;.- c.'tili. For. particulars as to terms tint! for lis lustra'.e.l catalogues, appiy to the agent lor Arizona, A. Peof.itii.i., VaiKjo, Cul. P. O. Box 64. STABLE, East Washington St , adjoining the Phoenix Hotel WELLS a RICE. Preps- EVER YTIIIXG XEV We wish to inform all our friends and tiie public generally, that I have opened a tiisl class L.vcry and Feed Stab'e in Phoenix, and solicit share of their patronage. Anything in tlie Livery Stable Line can be found here. IIOHSES BOARDED By the day, week or month, ind giv en Gaielul Alteniion. Sln, Hsuse,Cah riae, urna 'hi erst a I Paper Hanging Carefully Done ut Reasonable Rates, Shop corner of Otero Block. United Stale HOp-HOlp . . . the rear of i lie . . . . Parlor Saloon, "Washington st., Phoenix, Ariz. 0PEy day ajs'p night. Cooking iu French, American, or Spanish Styles. JULIUS ZELIHSKY. Proprietor- A. nOFvIO, Manaoer. Cilvieal iarke Balz Sl Son, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 1. 5" pores, VEAL, MUTTON. And everything kept in first-class market. 1 J FEED-YARD. Opposite Smiih's Mills, Phoenix Saioui. .n connection, with choice win mm m mm (lay and Grain for Sale T. VV00SNUM & CO., Fro. a ir-tors. ARCADE b ased litis Pin " Klw..r'P2 IU fill IV nreonred i, ... i ininlir he people of Salt, River 1 Valley with the finest. s.b, Kte: cr little. o.-.!A promptly fi 1 i e1 CITY j 0 a w tin a l o j r 1 1 3, 1 "t T B 1 obt.StsmeGfSfcr W Ut Washington Street, Be low the Pcstcftfice, PHOENIX - ARIZONA. Former As; aver for Central Arizoaa Aiiuiug Co., Vultuie. 1ERMS RA0?,AcLE! ASSAYS KELIABLE! PrivatsUoardin? Wcrmser Block, PHOE.NX, A.T. Irs. A. L. ERI&ET, Prop. The cookiujr will be clem and pure, and the table will be snrplted wiih the best the market atloids. Terms -16 per week. New Restaurant Next Door to Mint Saloon, Washingtori St., Phoenax. WEALS AT ALL HOUHS. Single Meals. Board, per week . .25 rents $5.00 3 nSTO F.ii ml I UL n WAS H INC TON STREE I", PHOENIX A. I. f.C. Fill, Promoter. Re-fitted and i?e-furnished. Ever JthiDg Jew, PJE3S,dl8an Good rooms to let by the day, week, or month. First-class board oni be obtnieed !" the bniidinsr. QolG3ffinesLlprsiCiarii Kep at the Dar. lEil GARDENS. Late Ocieon Theater. A new and sploiid'd array of The Bt ri. -a! Talent bus been secured for this popular resort. Something EVERY NIGHT. The Best of Mm, Eeveraps. Wines & Lipoii PRIVATE ROOMS, POLITE WAITERS, ICE CREAM, LUNCH COUNTER. JERE F - EiCHERLY, Prcp'r CiOaPu j&niple Fooni, Corner Court House Plaza and Washington St., hoemx, A. T. Perfectly- new and first class in all respects. A specialty made of Fine Liquors. The best brands of Cigars con stantly on hand. Drop iu ana test the matter S. C. DOLE, Propriernr. Wm l Aiartl. Real Estate, lines, Insnran no Buy and .Sell on Agrvcy lor Com mi'-sion : Citv i ropt'vty. Rcntinc T'ropcrty, Fhrmintr Lfl' lis. Ja;. inir Tf x-s. Sliiies. Adjiisvin Accoun'td. Records Searched, tonveyanses ftl3de. LIFE, FIRE and ACCIDENT INSURANCE. All Business promj.lc, tittrhit 'tl to. Cor le. pqiueiiee" Seliciteit. Offick : Washington st., npouslte tbe Pnstottice, l ua?ai.-, irii:oita. SHRiV filt a 1 1 ii -AND 1 n a 1 Plans arid Specifications Fur nished. Etstiniates Made on All Kinds of Buildinorr,. Residence nor"' hwest, wrnft -jf Adanm 4fi& -Maricoiia sircel- -': ,i i. Arizona. 5r 2 mi IzX. r,f.' . 4ww 11 i.C0 45 ia- Street. Phiiad'a. Pa tcrs atandsri. toj Cloths, heb mdclothi ng. Hljfci a li.-jft Inc of entirely new clothinpr o ..irv I'.e.ctjiisVan s. 'ackers, Frock i '. t'i. ted ami niain nieni-e- tn per f taiaTutlTory ihfi.. jlMi-tatuartl n, CLOSING PIPS If ILaa Are closing out their stock of Dry Goods, Groceries Canued GoortSi Toys, and in fact everything in their store at the Lowest Prices Ever Known In This Valley. Cube Stijar Granulated Suar Brown Sugar Salt 100 sucks, 2 pounds each. Salt 77 saclts, 3 pounds each.... Salt 50 sacks, o p' untls each.... SaP 2S sucks, 10 pounds ech Salt 12 sacks, 0 pounds each..'.. 5() pounds Dairy Sail 100 pounds Coarse Fine Salt Elsackd and IMIescM Domestic at -Jhh GOODS Jl TL WJiWfrW" Sales STRICTLY CASH ! These Gr ods are all First Class and will go in a short time. Come Early ana Secure Bargains. E. SRVIE & Co., Sonth Side Washington St. - Phoenl AUCTION OTELiWOOP&H CJO S, . m vrrv rtirj-wv itto-x. my trrv -ar.i. m wm LOSING OUT ! Daily Sales still continue. Bit ters or Whisky by the bottle or gallon, at wholesale prices If E ? rr urtjgo war NO. 79 WASHINGTON ST..OPP. PLAZA. .... DEALER IS ... . PURE DRUGS, PATES T MEDICINES, PERFUMERIES, Fancy Toilet Articles, CANDY, NUTS, CIGARS "TOBACCO, PIPES, CClLEKY, JEWELRY, SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES, FANCY GOODS, NOTION8, SEWING MACHINE N EEDLES & ATTACHMENTS, Fancy China and Glassware, Toys, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, Window Glass, Etc., Etc., Etc. , JSSF' Choice Fruit of the Season Always on Hand. bolicltins a rrtion of the ptililic prt'ronaire and guaranteeing full satis faction. Come one! Come all! And look if nothing more. - ilillliilii DlllBlS IS A POSITIVE CURB FOR liseases of the Kidiiey and Bladder. S3 )S.THALHEBR3ER 0 oca Beer Beit I Germania Beer HalPi Corner Washington ft ""!raos,'wh IS fl e 1 l Ul!Pr i" Atne IS J! I tii-tC.-ilifi.ri 14 II I ? 5"-v .0 ri cl.c It I j ta I S 3 I liui s;!in wei l.CUli L'"r' '-eooiee 3 .1 .l.i . We -r or me t eienrarea r.oca uer, iiit.Fs.ii tvinFitjp. I beer in America, "rnia i-o co UOI ere t leer w ith best water u Special Rates on Bottled Beer to Saloons, FAMILIES 6upp,leVral:r9d"tcod8aDd REASONABLE PRICES Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars Choice Kentucy Sour Mash Whiskies a Specialty. OSiNSUBG BRO'S. msam m baujjlmi.! kw l. bV - t.ii.l Best Slock of Ssj.'i.s t, v.-irie-I t--s made to o'.' :r nod '.rnntv.Ya ed, and a F'.'i!--.a .sorimenl i kept on haet! fiiirr.ess j and biiiilo-s ed ull i styles. Of Best anddargest sleek ever brought to Phoenix. Estray Notice. C.4ME to tb" rineli . f John trto. on lh .'.grtia t-'na, t.out foivteei' nni- ; wesi "f i-hoentx. about tli tni.h t'ay "! ! June, one smalt trrav horse, in brnois litli. ( ace ahem 4 ve. ts. b-.antle1 P2 on toe le.t bip imrt vented rn 1 u fh 'O i'er. and 8C ! on left h.p irnet o i ih rieh tiip. Tbe I of nweem i ! ca 1 .- t- u:...f t.'.i-H crts t OUT SALE. PO' LP a .$13 00 per sack of 100 pounds .13 00 per sack of 100 pounds $12 25 per sack of 100 pounds 7 no 7 6i 7 50 7 50 7 50 1 40 2 50 AT y Store w a. hi and Montezuma sts. .iitu,iietieiitip brewed Iroio hviiller a. Ku-gia river on Truckee Ir aborc sea ieve1. in A at erica TEDROVV'S BOSS SALOON CAD ROOM. Vashiugton Street, three doors west of Montezuma Street. PHCENiX. - - ARIZONA. American Line AND HAMBURG -AMERICAN PACKETCo. stti-nm-hip tickt U to and from ali parti Kmoiix ot :otHriH Apply tu Leonard Mevar twDt SALE TlnnnTlnnn Q"ori MIV,,' '-n f "-v li.-i:-: w I t ee :o-T-v--.t- o.