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if. MCSFCI -33. Kates f mfniMi.. ICsiIAjr Slorali: P.-i- WcfV., six WoitiLd . Due Vear ..as cm Three Mon h Six Months 2 ' Odd Year in Advarca... ............ . Snme on tim s0"j A-TVt.T T THB OTF1CB PO. B1TIS1N. add Job Ratbk This1 paper on Sl nt All tsi -rnciin. Newspaper Aencie& In San Franoii-r. aad K astern Citic? . fjNo aent, employe or oter pifnn a authorized to contract bills on accoU:-.! of tbi pap", except on wi ltten order M the pror;tsor. I'cpwlnl ioi. f fMiavnix.- .0OO ThartMlay. - - - - Ansr. 7. 14 JAMES G. BLAINE, OK MA1HK. rots tick pbrstdent : JOHN A. LOGAN, F It-LINOr. Territorial lt-pwbllrnn Convru-tiou In acccrdarce nith the action of h ntral Commit'ee. a Territorial Conven tion of the Uepubllcan party of ih-Trri-tory of Ariz- Da to consist of e'ghty fou dclig.tis. it- beieby cal.ed to he htld in the City of Tomb-tone. Monday, Sep tciuber 15b, Iff, fur 'h pnrpose of ndtai Tatios! a canciilate tor De!rgat to Con-jrr'-B, a candidate for Suprrinti-ndent of Pnb'lc In-truct:op.ai d forthct ansnctinn of sncb other tiueiners as may proi erly come before It . The s. vcial coontiea of inn Tr Tory ' will be cntit'ed to iUe fo'luwint nniber of Del-ga (i la fald Territorial tonven- ton.'oiri'; I A pi cht- .. .1 ; R-.ciiise ." IS j lb 5: In n: h for its own town and the j'tbe Monarch, and it is feartd they Herald has nut in lis best licks for i ptnsn ior iacn oi ntoner. Phoenix, bin the fate di-crecd that we should lose tind ve succumb as gnni fully as possible but in doing i il is not IP he understood that we tnvy Tombstone boys in tin lcttst i n tlie tillur hrd we conjjiatuiati llum ud t'.-t ir enod lin-k. The Hon. Clark Cfcuitchiil.C'ta.r man nf tin1 Rcpublicai Central Com mittee of Yavapai county, has ten ditd h:s resignuiim nt a reeen neetii g of tbal ti mmitteo. In a net speech. His reBton-for the resitr t alinn ate that he is nl6o h member ami chairman of the 1 ci i in 5:al On trnl Committee and a member of the Nnliot al CVntrul Con m'ttee. Dr r . K Ainswnrth of Preycolt line been h"--en to fill the place of Hon Churchill as chitii man. Grahim... afaiicopa.. Hohae... rira- Pinal.. 5 1am.. 5 la-xpai. It B act -f the Territorial legislature, ap p oved March 7'.h 1HS3, the conuii-- of Ya-ra ai, Y im.. Mohave, linche and M-tricopn are permitted to Join in the elrc'Hii of a Counriiman to the L- gielative AF-embly; and tho eonntiea oi Cochlce, Graham, Gila, I inal, and l ima are like Wi8" p-.imitttd to join in tbc elect! i of a councilman to 9.:cb Assembly. Th re-r--e, let oant letrgate be an'hotiz'-d to meet in sub conventions at said t'lue and place to make nominations therefor. That there may be efficient party ee trice it is desirable t have delrajates attend the convention in person, and to have a few prxiein the convention as practical. I LARK CHUKCUILL, Ch innia Cen ral Committee Wibptib Strest. Secretary. Dated, Angusi 4, 18K1. of Uu-r l-J ...,...ja THE A. T A ! F. TEPI IX. The Odorado diVtKin, wlncii lh a hrancii of tht; Soialiorn Pac ini', run nin ft' m the Nredlvn to Moliavt-, u distati'-e f two bunlrtd and foil milts, has l tn sold t Ihf Auhia n, Topek-i and S:int:i F- railtoai cttm pny. This -mpany, learn, is ;ibo ne-ioti tliti!' for the purcl-aee of the forimr roinpittiy's rond front Deniing to Oakland, and it i rm ?red that ti c sale arid tratisft r will be made during the t-omin-j inontti. Th s-tle whs iiomina ly n.a'le to the A. & P. cotni'atiy bin it U vi-di-ntUmi ihe anta Fe t-on pai y i lhe real pu: chafers. By the terms nnd ot.tlitions of the tale, tbc A. & P. or the A. T. & r. F. companies re eniitii in run "their trains to Uakltid 4ivi;r the Hue of the r-oulh- Paeifii-. The iicticipaled sale a(i ironv Doming to Oh! lat.d may lie Hie probuble cause that the 8. P. ifc R B. Co. proposes to con struct on J" a t niporary bridge nt Yuiiift. Should this new company lake hold oi this line, we shall si il i brtvc an abiding fuilh ia their sue cessful manaeem'-ut and a spi it of liberality u its patrons. Sentinel. c. n Maricofa county is entitled to twelve delegates in the Republican Territorial convention. Tombstone and Phoenix are now the Meccas of the ofHce seeking por. lion of the commumtv. who d'etre to eo to Congress or be School Su petinlendent. It is now in order for the Repub lican County Central committee to hold a meeting and designate a time for holding primaries and th Coun ty Convention. Hon. T.J. Butler has resigned from his poMiion of the Republican Central Committee of Yavapai coun ty -and Geo. H. Tinker has been elec ttd in bisetrad. Some of the prominent FepuhlN enns of this county say tbey would like to see ihe vote publi-bod which makes Tomhstone the place of hold 'ng the Republican Territorial convention. G. W. Ccktis piibl-Hhes two paues ab nt what G W. t tirtis said and did m the meeting f the Ph'ir sees in New York the other (lav. Trobly else sei-ms to take much notice of his great fizzle. In order to have aon.e e xcuse for i convention nod a ticket to put up jvith more than one Dame on it, the i '" ' el parties of the Ten Story are e'eciinir jjjji itf noininatin? dnd ipomtive. num.. inteirient. If the 1 1 eh ald might be allowed a susrses-l itn in the mailer of Fccaiii.g sampK s for the purpose of exhibi tion at the New Orleans Exp tsition, it aould be somewliat. as follows: Thiil our County Commi.-sioncr see the leading farmers and miners and arrange wiih them to deliver to him sample of ibtir vari-tus products. A circular addressed to evtry resi dent of the county might set the peo. pic tj thinking and there is turely euough enterprise among farmers to induce them to furnish the desired samples. The main point is to have some place to bring the samples an-l Rome one to take care of them which very naturally would be the appoint ed County Commissi iner. By this plan there would need be but very litt.'e expense attached. No doubt the lailior.d will carry gooi! to NtW Orleans frtc of charge or fot a nominal cost. The result wilt be that Maricopa County can make a very creditable showing on a small sum of money. The question should be, as has been-suggest d to us by a gentleman greatly lDtere-ted, how to get along without expense and yet have a fine showing for the county. VTe believe it cou'tl be accomplish, ed in tLe m-auner we have jusi iiitii rated. ARRKs-TED FOR FORQEt- Y. San Jose, Aug 5 andfoid 1. Ad.ims, manud and twenty four years of otrc, was arrested in this city last tvini -g for forging an order on H. W. I'la", a t:in Joi-e reai estate agent, foi -$50, about mx c ts ago. Adams hud just return ed ftoui 2eva)a t'i y. BTRCCK IT RIOH. LoRPfrBuhG, N- M., Aug. 5 Pro bably the mi st impottanl str ke in he luslory of southeastern New Mixico was made at the foot cf the Burto l un'uii ii, sixti n uiilex u rtheast of this place. Threa di -line ltdgt s, eight, ten an.l fouiteen ftet wide, i f fre mil.ing ore aver aing over two hundred doliarp, Itavi betn discovered. Frof. James, ol the ( 'arlis-le niine, examined sev eral of the principal mines last week nnd r in rk d. "boy. , il is pod ei.otigb." Al-bouh the camp is li ss than tliree wei k old over nx'y lindy miners-have east lln-ir lot there. T:.e ii;.ine of the "Slrikc is M.ilon City. Tiiht th-.- strike is u impot tant one there can be no doub'. Kote-t lins have been latring in the Burros and on the plains adja cent tliereto, f.-r Uie time days, tiestti ying bund i iris of cords of wood f.ud tin tisands of actea of fine j;reziii2. VE-U, ASHORE. London, AuguM 5 An AmeiicHn frigate, believed to le tht Lancasb i, is iisl.o.e on ihe southeast of Shin gle. Bar, ifl" I lust Castle. A KATAI. FALL. Washisotox, Aug. 5 The hack pttto tie United Stnte- H- el. sit uated on Paeific nveutn , teli in with out warning ye-teiri.iy evening ami bnriid in IWv ruins n number of peo ple estimattd at from seven to thirty. A general fire ula ui w is sounded which brought out a number of fir -engines, h'e.k a d ladder companies an I sipiad f poij. e. 'Ihe cm s I :inl n-.minA eiifihl lit lii.fii-H Irrtiii tli. ruins and it was supposed thai all who were imprisone-i were not dead Laler dispatches say that Mrs BeKU-p, wife o;' th-j i roprii tor of Ihe hoUl and two others h ive bjen res cueil. Tlie greatest etiorts are being put forth to res.eue the reninininjr victims, but it is fered all are di ad. IXDIAXS ON THE WARPATH. Gai.ve-ton, August 5 A News Van Buren, Texas, special says: Ab ut fifty Apache Indians are camped mi (he ranch belonging to A. it. Cox, seven miles from this station and fifteen miles from Sierra B!anca. The Indians broke from then servation at Fort Sititon.N M., anil are on the warpath, stealing and killing horses. Seri -us trouble is c.pprehende.I. Last niuht Captain Murry and a cropauy of the Slate Rangers left Muipbyvilie for this place by a special train over the Texa Pacific. It is probable'that the troops from For Davis will be ordered in pur-nit. I.IKUT. GREKLY OS STIORK. Portsmouth, Aug. 3 Early this morning Mrs Cree'.y came over to j the city finm At' mi ral Well's resi der.ee, and then w.ok her two lit le ' until 7, p, m. There are 78 choltra patients under treatment in Pbaro hospital. Of the ten admitted into the hospital yesterday three died and two were cured . TCLtN, Ang 4 Six cases of eln b -r:i M G ii fuyr.inii, four fatsl, and 21 Cases at Pancolicii, 8 fatal. M IRSEtLLK-', August 4 Ei-jbt deaths of cholera here last nif-hl; two nt Toulon. The residents con tinue to ret urn . The total number of deaths here since the outbreak is 1.548. Durit g the 24 hours there were BG deaths here und 8 at Aries. Rome. Aegust 4 ('boh ra is re ported in from ten to twe:ay c- m munes, but is not spreading. KEsIGKED HIS P( SlrlOJT. Santa Fe, Aug. 4 Stephen El kins, member of vLc Re ubheau National Cintmittec, has ri sinned the presidency of the First National Bank of this city, which he has held lor thir cell years, in oider to give more time to the dulit.- of (be Cam paign. UUTCEIKGS WILL HANG. Fiiajici-co. August 4 Frank T. llutcbins, tht sirnniiler, appi-ar-'d in Juege VV iltoi r.'s court for sen ttuce to-day. On motion of tiefen dan 's eoiio-t I there was an exami nation by a lunacy c in mission and for a new trial, nliich were succ ss -ively denied by the. Court. The piisoiitr was then sen I (need to death bv hnngirtg. The Judge will set the day for ixtculion some day uext weik. THE FI.Yl'KS. Providexcic. A tig. 4 Jy Eye See on tlie Narraianselt Ptirk lri.c-k todiy surpassed all previous per formaiiees, 'making a mile in 2:10, thus bentin-.- his own previous tec ord of 2:10?.f, nnd thai of Maud S. f 2:10. The crowd also witnesse.l i be famous b'ack ireldin;; H. B Wiusi.ip und mate beat their cli.uble team record Of '2 :0 and also that of Frank and nvte of 2.0S. The postponement of these events from Wednesday was a gieat disappoint ment to piominent ttiifm-in iu all particulars and the heavy tain on Thursday night ihteatiued there lir.qu'tshmeiit of the exhibi i-u Tiie ecnial sunshine and luv-iroiat- ing air today, however, were we! coined with widespread enthusiasm, and trackmaster Gtiftin speedily brought Ihe ciicuit into arimir b!e condition, althc-uuli the surface was not as firm and sprint y as he de sired. A DEMONSTRATION. Portsmouth, Aug. 4. The Gree ly relief squadron leaves for N-w York on Tuesday night and proceeds to Governor Island, where the dead victims of the rxpidilirn will be turned over 1o General Hancock. This afternoon the survivors of the expedition were put under the care of the War Department. A recep tion, by General Haz n, of the sur vivors was held quietly here to-day. and ln-niorinw or on Monday a foinial dnuonstrat'on in In nor of the returu of Greely will be held. The orcanizattou of thu Naval Di vision is on band to participate in the completed naval division of the paiade which will con-ist of six still-divisions comprising the naval .1 i.. i 1 .1 . , j : ' cadi ts, naval apprentices, marines the r ight ill. their grandmother, , .,, saiIors from ,he North Atlanti, fleet. Besides ftiis division the pa- TELECRAPHiC. purely ap- I Snper- Calfforjijia poiiiiciaus are t t . . ' . . . 1 i nam a foothold wi.b thecount a':d the p.ior people by working the free sch. ol 1 o-.k racket. The oil 1 theadoption of free text books i. Aeu d be opportunities for jobs and re hueks used n - iciiujiing er i xni mHinrf. tn k ..a 11 VUU h in the shape of tax to -re nte ew T:ork Sun a sirnio-ht. r r - - taper, comes out and jve.i,d be withdrawn -.-did-iry for President. . -at seem to have taken long for Democracy to get all ihe Cleve- 111 lliW won ll-a , "-u,. nuen men or a y persist in making a blunder f fHCti ot nit the dicta O s of com- ) ie"-e ,bei' my expect to suffer " tilts. EAKIl'IT TO STAI.ET. OsTkad, Atic'4 Henry M. Stan ley, who" arrived here yesWrday was received with emjhusia-tn. Stranek. ptesident of the international asso ciation, met him at the sleameis. King Leopold and the Puke du Matile were present at a hanquent given St -in lev. EARTHQU-XK IS BOBIilA. Tir..M!A, Aug 5 There was a se vere earthquake shock yesterday at Faco Bosnia., BI.AtXE'S MOVEMENTS. Ear II.hbor, Mr, Aueust 5 Bla ne leaves lo-day for Augusta, lit has not yet definitely decided about a teutiing ihe Convention at Motrauicock oi the reunion at Old Orchard. LKAUNING OP THE SPARROWS, that sNjJw'L1KS AuS- 5 T5)e fact outbreal. 35sWl'lc' mirHlerl at the , yci, reiurni o ajC; sparrows at all inT'r1 1,111 e are "" ed as evidence tliatnjc?! aJinc is vitiate. ThiRmiraihSiiP,'"c made a deer. !..... . 'sirls - ....j.,.. aciii i:n ,..l.i: . , i 1 l-uoiiu a du leu lo . ilem.o.r? f..r .1 prcservatioii of ihe ainuisj here. AriillT AT SEA. Ql-eenstown, Ang. 2 The steam er Atistiali;., Mliit-h nrriv.rl h.. to-day form New York, reports hav H'iT spoken the Monarch Mne ste-Ani. er, Lydiat. Monarch, Captain Hug- i. Wb,rh left London J jly 19th Ntw York, on Tlnirrt :. i... at the Rockingham hou-e, over to the admital's tn see their father. Alfjor Greely was overcome with emotion at the siht of his little ones. At noon, Snrircons Gnnnell and Head visited the Constitution to ex amine into the physical condition of the sui vivors of the Greely cxpi d'uion. General Hazen accompanied the surgeons and at the conciusinn of the examination, the surgeons decided that the survivors were well ct.oueh lo be tran-ferred lo the war de anmtnt to he cared for asi.ort. Secre-nry Char.dlcr dincted the men to be turned over to Hazen, who, on ihe advice of the surreons, directed that ihe survivors be kept at the nuv3- yard for hospital treatment for t n days or a fortnight. The survivors uently protested against this, saying they were' en tiiely aide to care br t hi u.scl ves, but Gen. Hazen rirmlv persisted lit in saying what the goyvrnmect was doinr as for their own go. d. '1 he suigeor.s gave it as their opinion that Greeh would require great care his condition Lc'ug rather unfav orable, ajcr Greely asked the Surgtons to peimit b!ir. to take quarters at the Rfx kinghani bouse with his family, and a consultation look place as to the advisability of permitting l.im to do si It is like ly, however, that the surgeons will j icld.ro Major Greely s wishes, but the sui genus will have Ames or some itijer surgeon from the fleet as-iigned to I he duty of watching over him He is uot permiitcd to lalk i b visitois ai d reporters are nol allowed to P-terview him. The object i f letaiiiing the survivors so under military surveillance and care is that ihey may gradually have their musels haidened and their strength mule genuine, instead of fictitious-, as the surgeons thinks it is apparent. When the reporter asked the sur vivors if they believed other expidis ti tin would be sent t the Arcric, one nnd ill answered "Yes, and we e al! ready to iro Willi luem and ail lo-morrow." Wins of Set rnnt Jewell. l-rhei?, in the tanks of rade will comprise military and civil organizations, five .companies, the municipal government of Ports mouth nnd of Sewhurypoit. and ihe State authorities. On Mi nday even ing a congraiulat.-ry meeting will be held nt Music Hall, at whh.li SecretarY Chandler is expected o preside. The Sew Oi leans Medina. Exposition ett for , "il Thursday, i i at- I ni.Hh 1. .:..-, I ilmb. 4i rl, ..-., . . ,. " "'"snuue Siswic She refiispdi I t ow, :T the B(-. for thi i (he d ccssi d military hon;; the other victin. to New Yi '.n oui Fn'day oe maae ;ri,ilir of detrees. wn l...o.l; . . . C" , suutnwest In conaition. any assistance. Wj pn Quite a number of citizens ladles and gentlemen, lurned out last even ing to the meet:ng al the conthouse called for the purpose of considering a represenlati i of this valley at ihe New Orleans Exposition. The meeting was called to order at 8 o'clock by Mr. J. M Ellis. On motion, Mayor Geo. F. Coats was chosen chaiimm and N. A. Morford, of the Herald, aud C. L, Mosher secretaries .' On motion of Judge A. D. Lemon, Messr-. J. Y. T. Smill', Sol Lewis. J. II Burner, J. I'. Alsap, F. M . Fowler and W A. Hancock were clioscn vice pnsidenls and n quest ed lo take seats on the ro-trum. A call was made upon Hun. Frank M. Murphy to cive a general idea of bis desir s regarding the repre sentation of the Territory and our county and vulliy in particular He said he di sired to goto New Orleans with an exhibit that would b: a credit to the whole Territory; that he was already a.'simd of a mineral display that would be sec ond to none, but that lie desired to also have a full agricultural and horticultural representation. He thought that the benefits to lie de rived fiom a thorough exhibit of the products of the valley would certainly warrant considerable ex penditures. He staled that the le sources of the vaKey were almost absolutely unknown even at so near a point as Prescott, that even the speaker, though be bad passed through the valley several times, he had never formed any idea of the capabilities of ihe valley till within i be past few dais after examining and traveling over it. He expected to devote the next nine months to the collec ion aud arrangement of a credi able exhibit and urgid that our community lend a helping baud. Murphy was deeply in earnest coming down here is much having a creditable y products, and raveled over the talked with Jl prom and action among the people in the matter or do man could make a suc cess of our exhibit, lie then gave a short review of the proposed Expo sition, pointing out tbc fact that th people of New Oileats had gtvcu $500,000 toward it and were raisii g that much more, making in al! a million of money. Congress bail appropriated $1,000,000. The mu i icip: rty of New Orleans had given $100 000 and that tbirt-yone States - ud ail the Territories had made libt rable apprupiiaiiotis an i that H e exhibit would excel! any previous exhibit.- ii of the Mud. It would thuefoie be i f great ad vantage to have our Teiritory i.nd our county and valley thoieughly represented. The east scarcely knew of us ex cept as a pet feet was e inhabitid by wild Apaches; there is no idea ibroad of our products or that we produce an j-thipg. Now i our oj portuni'y to sh.-w the cast tha' Ar'zoua is not a pait of the "trre. t American deseit." Tho result of -uch an exhibition as we cou d make would be to induce ci.piti I ai d lahot to come to our valley to help us d'. vciop it; it would bring merchant.-, tuidc.-men. machine shops, coi ion and sugar mills among us und add to the bu iuess cf our merchant-', add to the demand for our products, hip u? t' our firs' n. tri a railroad. Colorado h?d sprung ftoui a simi'ar position as that in which Arizona now finds here elf, to the portion of one of the first States in ti e L'nion, by her lil eiulity, her etreiprise, her indus tiy in adveitisii'e her resouices. Judge J. T Alsap, on being ail ed t" the stand, said he thought the m:;'.ter hud beers- t before the people in its proper light and iu r.o stronger colors thau it deserved. He Ihoughl enough had been said, it was now time lo act, nnd the q ;eslii was how shall we get rur xhibit to gether and how shail funds be pro vided. Hon. C. A. Luke, on being called upi n i.s one somewhat experienced j in such matters, he having been Arizona's first c mmissioncr to an exposition, that at Vienna, 1873 said lie could but compare the condition i of the Territory at that time with wh it it is to cay. Th-n it w as a howling wilderness, to day we are a high ly enlightened and progressive people with a vast increase of pop ulation and the greater advantages to be gaired by an i xhibil of pres ent resources as well as less dilHcubies to be encountered. He thiiiitsht we should first de vise ways und nteass and with that ohjict in v.ew he moved th. t this meeting endorse an acti'in of the Boa d of c-upcrvisors in making an appropriation. The qui sli-n of the p-o able ex pense c ming up. Commissioner Murphy said that it was entirety a question cf how much the people of ihe county wanted to do. The Gov ernment had made an appropriation to the I'errilory of $5 (.00, but that would go hut a short ways in putt i g our i xhibil in shape. He thought that properly the Board of Supers visor?, siuu'd mak? an apnropria l ion such as the people might deem st.fticient. On motion of Mr J. Y. T. Smith the following committee ou ways & m ans was appoint! d by the chair: Messrs. Smith, Lemon, Alsap, Fowler. H!cimli, El'is and Burger. On motion of J. M. Ellis the ap pointment of Hon . A. D. Lemon as County Commissioner to the exposi tion was unanimously eudotsed by the meetinir. A motion was made by Mr. Frank Cox that a si ort recess be taken for the prepatation of a set of resohis tions, but as it was setting lute the motion was lost, and a motion pre- vailid to ai'j mi n subject to ihe call of the chair, on iufoimation from the Ways and means committee that they were ready to re, ort. o9ooo.oo. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder And Special Flavoring Fxtracis PURCHASED BY THE United States Government. The first conditions of healthfulness are secured when care is taken in se lecting the articles which enter into our daily bread. Let all the articles used be as pure and whole some as Br. Price'e Cream Mm Powder and Special FlaTorlnE Extracts, cf VANILA LEMON ROSE and ORANGE; and the health of tho family will not suffer ECONOMY. Consider the health iirst. This is true economy. ANNOUNCEivtlENl CO Respectfully announce to the People of Phoenix the opening of their W- STORE! With a complete st ck of ry Goods, Fancy Goods, . Clothing, Hats, Boots and Shoes, Ladies' nd Gentlemen's Fur nishing Goods. Private Boarding Wormser Block, PHOENX, A. T. Mrs. A. L. BRIGHT, Prop. The cooking will be clean anil pure, and the table will be supplied wilh the best the market ntfoids. Terms $6 per week. New Restaurant Next Door to Mint Saloon, Washington St., Phosnex. Q. tV9. LEUTJC Psoprietor. PROFESSIONAL, Jerky MiLi.av. T. W". TftsE. utary Pobiic. Civil Kr.gioeer MILL AY & HINE, Attorneys ami Counselors At Law. and Real Eatate Agents. I'JIGENIX, - - At.IZOJNA GflCBSIABEED AT BED-RQGKPBICES ! PrUVK Itox. Jlisnpfl l i.MPBKl.l CoX & CAMPBELL, . Attorneys at Law ISS'-OK'KICK fn ti-vine buildiag. J Strictly One Prace 0. A.TWKEO. W A. HANCOCK. I . W. CRENSHAW TWEED, HANCOCK & CRENSHAW. Attorneys-at-Law. ap'-Uaml bnski.tHK made a speciality P1KEMX. AKIZO.VA. H. N. ALEXANDER, Attorn ey-at- Law. OVFICE Irvine's Block, Kooni Phoznix, Arizona BETTER THAN GOLD. w&iaiujuuuijuiv jinny ITpiraMWiHisaailjl. ' rf(mttnfmiintnriiiiiw II I H iu.i'ittiiiiiijp ! 0HII8CIBIIJ i j.!j!!i!;b" ! jji!!l-,-)1pS-,jj!iji iLiliiBMHnjljjj llUilniiH il J i l l" I 11' j i 1 il w. i!;iiill:liii rt' !J9 THE GREAT GERMAN REM FD Y FOR PAIN. Relieves and cures RHEUMATISM Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, BACKACHE, HEADACHE, TOOTHACHE, SORE THROAT, Ql'IXSV, 8WKI. LINGS, SPKIIK9, Soilness, Cuts. Entisus. FKOSTBITES, BrR-N'S St'AI US KD.l .11 !lir lvltlj i::ie aud .Miuit. nm CESTS 1 BOTTLt Sold bvt" nriiXi'-'tsao-l UatltfU-J. Tnc Charles i. Tngebr Co. SuocMoera to A. Totr Co- Bsltlnurn BtL, C.8. A. USE IN HOT WATER. FOR SALE AT TIIE (aitier Citij Drug gtone, Snle Agents for Phoenix, A. T. S. O. MORFORD. Attov as. Cousselcr it Lav. OKKI' E KOX A KElil.O.,5U California btrt-cl, HA ril.AKClCO. J.T. AteAP, ALSAP A. C. Rai tn & BAKER. Smith's New Building, Phoenix. Attorssirs and Ci::".:li a. in, OVKICK Old Court :Uus. Phoenix. A. T. FOr Sale Cheap. Four Combination S f -L" ' JJ S7 From 860.00 up ward All in good order. Wm. B. HOOPER & CO. MnS. E. A. INGALLS ,M.D. Physician and Oculist. GIVES special attention to Obntf tries and lieanen of Women Office east Washington street. HERBERT R. PATR.CK. Civil Enginee-, (J. . Hepucy .fineral Surveyor for Arizo.na. Subdivision of land a specialty. Office Opposite Post Office. O. J. TIIIBODO, M. D. IWilll and W AP0THCAS7 W. F. EVERHARTS ONE-PRICE CASH rug& Variety Store NO. 79 WASHINGTON ST..OPP. PLAZA. . . . DEALKR IS .... PURE DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, PERFUMERIES, Fancy Toilet Articles, CANDY, NUTS, CNiAHS, ToBACC O, TIPES, CUTLEKV, JEWELKY, SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY DUUGGISTS" SUNDKIES, FANt:Y GOODS, NOTIONS. SEVV I NG MACHINE N EEDLES & ATTACH M ENT8, . Fancy China and Glassware, Toys, Paints, Oils, VarnUhes, Brushes, Window Glass, Etn., Etc., Etc Choice Fruit of the Season Always on Hand. buliciting a pottion of the public patr-inage and ruarnnteein full satis faction. Come on el Come all! Aud liKik if nol h in j more. OSINBURG BRO'S. HARNESS and SADDLERY. 25 to SO psr cat. Reduction, Best. Stock of Saddles of all varie ties made to or-r and waiiam cd, and a Full Assortment kept on hand . Uarm-ss and bridles of all styles. CITY AND DEAL&R IN DRUGS. MEDICINES. AN0 TOILET ARTC Perfumery, Brushes, etc. Opposite, the Postoffiee. EfT" Bept and largest brought to Phoenix. stock ever 8 11 V.-'-l t'aw m m m Sill" 5 S- S L HI E a-1 mm (VERY EED KLEBRATEO To th iierl of ihe touriet, commcrrla traveler and new se't'er, llostetter' Stomach Bitters if peculiarly adnpted, nin e ic s rensthens the directive orgaus and bracen the physical euerfic8 to nn healthful mflucnceH. It reniovce aud pre. v'8 maiurial fover, conatipatiou, dys pepsia. hi ih'ully stimnlate the kid n y and bladder, aud enriches ae well as ini'8 tbe Diooa w nen overcowie dv icue, whether mental or phyeicn I. the ana aeoimHiea ana it a renao e renewed (frenjrtta a;d c mfort. DrngKieU aLd ltaler8jen- STABLE, Eus.t Wasb'ngton Rt , adjoining th Piioenix Hotel WELLS & RICE, Props- EVERYTHING .YEW We wish to inform all our fr'iends and the public general I y, that I have opened a first class L:very and Feed Stable in Phoenix, and solicit share of their patronage. Anything in the Livery Stable Line can be found aere . HOUSES BOARDED By the day, week or month, ind :r. en Gaietul Attention. American Line J. E. WHARTON, M. D., U. S. Examining Surgeon, OFF10R AND DISrKSSAKT: Adams St., near Maricopa Stv PHOiNIX, ARIZONA R E- LICHTBURNE, M D Physician and Surgeon Oflir-e and Residence nearly opposite the new Lemon Hotel, Wash ington Street. PHOENIX - - Arizona 11 HARDENS Late Odeon Theater. A new and splendid array of The atrical Talent has betn secured for this popular resort. Something: New EVERY NIGHT. The Best of c. e. dailey; Late U, S. Receiver 6f Public Moneys. J" AND PASENTA7D CLAIM AGf NT J and Attorney. No. 114 Cain p street, P.O. box 14, Tucson. Bniuess uuder V. S. L'aud Lawe a specialty. CAPITOL HOTEL WASHINGTON STREET, CooIide Beverages. Wines & Lipors. PRIVATE ROOMS, POLITE WAITERS, ICE CREAM, LUNCH COUNTER. JERE F- EICHERLY, Pn p'. PHOENIX A. T. -AND HAMBURG -AMERICAN PACKET Co. a purely vege f adaches, Bil ly tak'n. Ci. Steamship tickets to and from all parts of Enrope at loweet rate. Apply to A. Leonard Meyer, A?mt. rHKX IX, A H 17, OKA . W.C. PIMM, Proprietrr. Re-fitted and Re-furnished. EVBithinfl JleltV, MB&t,Cean Good moms to let by the day, week, or month. First-class board can tie obtained in the building. Robt. Steinegger Washington Street, Be low the Postoffiee, PHCENIX- ARIZONA. Former Asrayer for Central Arizona Mining Co., Vulture. TEDROW'S BOSS SALOOTJ : AND : CARD ROOM. Washington Street, throe doors west of Montezuma Street. PHCENIX. - - ARIZONA. douffc 0anjple IJionig, Co rner Court House Plaza and Washington St., hoenix, A. T. Perfectly new and rirst class iu all respects. A specialty made of Fine Liquors. The liest brands of Cigars con stantly on hand. Dmp in and test the matter S. C. DOLE, Pioprieroi. ARCADE H:iviiii based this Fiue Brewery I am fully prepared to supply the people of Salt River Valley with the tinest. TERMS REASONABLE! ASSAYS KELIABLE! by the Keg or Bottle. Ordcrt promptly filled. MICHEL WURCH. Kep- at the Bar.