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KMC talworiptlwa. DaUAy SCoraAA: Vr Week Six Months.... Qua Year...... .8 eta . 5.00 . 10.00 Tbre Mm ha Six Month Ob Tear la Advarea. am en time - i ts 2 IO 4.00 5 Oti Ami omen ro Tikt tains ad Job Ratc. Tfc iarr " ale ' tv ""einal new-poer Aeeueieela Baa francWeo mod astern Ci! i . ryitn ayont. Mnpl or other person anihorl. to conf o oil!" on account 1 ihi pape-. xcpt on written order ot taa proprietor EfcaradBT, JanT. SI 1M84, rpBlatia of . Ph nix. . S.OOO ITOR PRESIDENT : JAMES G. BLAINE, OF XAUTZ. TO TICK FRKBTDEjrr : JOHN A. LOGAN, OF ILLIKOIi. Candidates for Territorial hon ors appear w uc tjiucuv iuiiiiik o strings in silence, all vxcept those especially, particularly and emphat ically Wist." TE Churchill brief has set the Ream's ring squirming and wrig fling at a terrible rate, and disturbs tbe "organ's" digestion to the ex tant of a severe constipation. -Xe Mesico Penitentiary Bi'Dds wont se II and tbe contractor is at work with his pay guhronu-ed ky the Frst National Bank "of Santa Vs. There seems to be trouble ahead for somebody, In our neigh boring territory. 6tocx thieTcs eenvto be becotn. irg numerous In the Territory, es pecially in tbe south eastern portion of it. A round up, Montana style , will soon be in order and doubtless will b inaugurated at an early day, by tbe exasperated stockmen. Cietelasd is slow in coming to tha front with bis letter of accept ance, which was promised last week, but which has vet tailed to appear. It he contemplating a decline in so cordaoca with the requests pouring ta upon him from his par'yt The Thompson Bank "Note Re m.' .i;.i"iit Re w"6rfcPturriI ou t re black-miiliug scheme. Jtens to "publ'sh" banks, jT and others whom they place ca their lists without leave, to ru ke em pay subscriptions and nlver- envents. he Los Anreles Herald is down Beecher, since that Reverend eman has quit Cleveland on iat rf licentiousness. So long icher stood in for Cleveland i a bully fellow" but now, njjed, in tbe estimation of ltd. classed as a polit icl "dude," 1," or "half -breed" carries i.honornble with it, but if be set down by all honest yry party, in the class in Reavis organ grovel!". V V 1 cur, we should begin e was something loose V ,ville exposition opened )id tbe St., Louis eiposN 1 en to-day. The San Wbanics Fair has been yme time. These great mechanical, artistic, Vnd etber products .trful stimulting in nproveinent in qutlity uch product. gold certificates in "NhJW grown In favor NJearing bouse fneans leans of are- I with the ' worst elements oi Democracy at his back." There seems to be great dissatisfaction among tbe Democrats of that state at the 1 em oval of ex -Governor Johnson's R gtstrar of tha Port of San Fianc:BCo. It is generally claimed ihat he was "too honest" a Democrat forStoneman. Tuerewil' doubtless be a serious spitt anions; tbe Democrats of that state this year, and well 'liere should be when the siate governtnaut proves to be in the hnnds of the mo.-t rotten com binaiion that state has ever seen. Got. Stonexan has removed rx Gov. Johnson, Registrar of tbe Port of San Francisco, and bus apoolnt ed Gen. P.F. Walsh, late of Hooper & Co's. business here. Gov. Stone man is going after bis Democratic enemies and rewarding his friends, and those who did not opposn bis extra session. As Gen. Walsh was in this Territory during the "extra stssion" Iroutilts lie fortunately fell into the Governor's favor on his re turn. We are sorry to learn that the Quijotoa Prospector after sinking considerable of a shaft, running a long tunnel, and drifting desperate ly in all directions, has failed to find ibo metal and has abandoned the works. The Prospector was an able miner and the surface indica tions exceedingly flattering, but, as 60 often is the cuse, when be went down on it there Qua nothing there but tome delusive and barren rock. So goes the newspaper world. Maria Halpin, the woman whom CI Tfbind seduced has been bar rassed with dimand from the Democracy for a statement exliono'. tiling Cleveland, to which she re plies : "Me make a statement cxhonor ating Governor Cleveland? Nev. r! I would rather put a bullet through ray heart." She said, further, she could not truthfully make at y such sutement ar.d Cleveland would noidare to ask her to humili ate herself cgan that lie illicit eny honors and wealth, while ou bis account site was exclud ed from kindred and fiiends and patiently awaited for death tp end Lcr misery. From the Ft. Worth Gazette we learn (bat a wnrrant has been issued for the arrest- of the governor of Texas, John Ircl: nd, on a charge ot conspiracy with tlio peiiiteutiary officials of that state to deprive a pt'doned convict of his rights and priyilcetiS as a ci 1 iaen-iii-tbt llotitd States. .The complainant, Emil Francois, a pure, wbi'e, was convicU ed under the anti-miegenaiion statute of Texa, and on pardoning him tbe governor withheld his right to xcrcise th full privileues ef citizenship. The state statute it seems provides for the punishment of a wbite person only. Francois is of Afrlchn extraction, but white, and married a woman of the same extraction. The Board of Directors of tbe Fair Association complain, and very just'y, that in their endeavors to locale here among us an institution that will be a benefit to every foot of land in tbe valley, by increasing its value and will enhance every in ttrest, bring capital and population into the valley and will be a general public benefit, tbey are unable to fii.d with one exception a man gen erous enough to make anything like a liberal offer in the way of laud. One man wants f 100 per acre, an other $95. ano;her $80, another $75, another lumps it at $7,000, and so on lor pieces of land thai are avails able and upon which a good track can be made, and all want cash, or us good as cash. In fact it looks as though there was a determination to choke off every enterprise or to bleed it to death if possible, witboi.t any regard to the future benefit it may be to the valley. "Is such a course not a short-sighted policy tor our people to pursue, and especially in a case like this where be institution is not a money-mak- iog affair, not a speculative affair but but nn institution especially design- or public use and benefit and ,? Would it u t be ad visa "card of Directors to nts to locate the Ns available J hen if "SI" TELEGRAPHIC TELLOW FEVER XS 8OIT0HA. Chicago, Aug. 19 A special tel egram from Hermossillo, Mexico, to this city, suys yellow fever has made its appearance there and at several uther places withiu the State of Sonorn, including the towns of rVqu;era, Tonus, Cleniuegos, ai d Oitiz. Sixteen de-lb at Hermosil lo have been offleial'y reported since ttie first knowkdge of fever was inude public. EXAMINATION TO BE MACK. Washington, August 19 judge Hal man, civil service commissioner, ays owing to the lmge number of xppoin meuts to be made in the de partments it will be necessary t bo.d examinations soon in Arkansas, Colorrdo, Kentuckv, Louisiana Minnesota, Mississippi, Wiaconsi and Texas. PETITION OF IKSOLVENCY ?Ait Francisco, Aug. 19 E. F Bent ot Co., a grain commission firm, have filed a pei itiun of insolv. ency with liabilities about $18,000, Hssels $4,400. The Nevada bank $9,500; Susan A- MrGlaugblin $6,000; Lazard Freres, $2,.M)0. CAN'T GIVE IT AWAY. Long Island City, Acgnst 19 A Rus.-ian sailor wearing tbe United SlHtes n.-vv unifoim und bavins tb name of "Bear" upon bis cap. captured by a reporter tbi morning. The sai'or said be was one ot lb crew of tbe Ba.tr, thai he tissi.oted preparing the bod ie-of the Greely party at Smith's Sound for buiial and in placing them in the coffin he uoticed ti.at all the bodies except one iiad a piece of flesh out of them and the survivors bad told him where the missing fles-h was. O being asked his tiunie the sailor in qmri d whether it wi,s for the news papers and refused to give it, ayina thy told h.m at the navy yard tha be must not tell his name or giv any information to reporters. A BRUTAL MURDER. Los Angeles, Aug. 19 A brutal muider was committed at Newhull etetday afternoon by John Lenox ibe vic'iui of which was a man name'd D. Cope!ti . He endeavored to avoid Lenox, but the latter fol lowed h'm from the saloon where the de-p- ra'e encouuter began, 10 an atljoiuinar field where Lenox beat Ce-prtii over the Iieud wilh a clul mashing his bead to a jelly. Sev eral witnesses s ate tht Copett drew a knife af.er betng first as vaulted, but others deny this. Len x c'aims thut he was so druns at lb lime ot committing the murder thnt he ba not the faintest n collection ot asstultintr anyone. The coroner' jury eharutd him wiib muider, at- he was brought t this city to-day at.d l.-dgcd iu jail. BUTLEK 8 ADDRESS. Cotton, Aug. 18 General Butler says in a note that his audi ess is issuid thir'v davs sooner ihnn in tended ai the solicitude of his per sonal friends, but somewhat nirtiins bisnwn judgement. "I htid boDtd," says hi , "to have bad the ait vantage if a clistiniT stab men of prinrlples by the Democratic cat didale for the Presidency and ascertain from his own declaration whether in recount ing some of his public opinions, be night no', show himself belter than the official action of h.s p rty lias shown it-elf by its platform General Butler addresses himself directly to bis constituents, whirl word is found to embrace the people of the United Slates. He said he owed bis duty to the people but 10 no Dtmocratic organization what ever, and be bad intended if the grebt punciples of goveri.mmt which he advocated bsd been cordi ally received and honestly adopted by the Democratic National Con vention as the political chart of the party, to have permitted his name to go before the convention as a can didate for President. In which ca-e be would be bound by its action to support both platform and nominee He says tbat when the resolution offered him to so levy taxes ss beEt to promote American inteiests and industries and foster American labor, failed of adoption, from that hour his candidature in the couven lion became impossible The coun try has had bo experience for nearly a quarter of a century of what the Democracy would do If 1 bey had the power, and ibe people are now obliged to n quire the most explicit pledges from them of their intended action before we can put the eov ernment in their ban ts. We know that a Democratic majority would have miiae a Iree tariff law, contain ing all thf odious features of tbe present war tariff to break donrn vtry many rising ond struggling indostr es -and destruetion of the homes of our workingmen and the houifc market of Atjierli an produc ers. Who des not kJow tbat the very fear of tbe action of tbe Dem ocracy in Congrets has so paralyzed American enterprises and business that mills are ev rywbvre closing down, mines shut up, furnances blowu out and every kind of employ ment so curtailed that the mcrehanic and workinirman are not etrning enough to support life in comfort, and that tbe fanner is evi n deprjved of a home market and being crush down by the discriminative rates of transportation finds bis corn, wheat nd wool lower than it has been thin the present quarter of a cen- n the people, therefore, adman Democracy with shifting, an evasive tform? The Re- of nionrv'N j--.r-ery ice. wry . THE MUTILATION OF THE TOMBSTONE OF BLAINE'S INFANT CHILD. Acocsta. Me., Aug. 19. The Kennebec Journal will say : "It was discovered about two weeks ago that the date of the birth of the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Blaine, which died ia July, 1S54, bad been care fully chiseled from ils monument. The object is not known, but it has been discovered that a cert iin per s.m who is suspected of this Vandal i m bad copies of the alleged birth record sent to various parts of the count! V, to papers antagonistic to Blaine. Detective are on the track. ANTI-MONOFOI.Y. CniCAGO, . Aug. 18 Members of the executive committee of the national anti-monopoly party began a session in th-s cily this morning. While no formal vote has yet been taken, the sentiment is unanimous lor the nomination of Anson M. West, of Mississippi, for vice presi dent on a lie lie t with Uen. Butler at the head. The executive, committee shortly after one o'clock formally placed .Mr. West in nomination for vice president by a -unanimous vote, and then went into a secret session to outline certain plans for tbe cam paign. NO SAINT WANTED. Denver, Aug. 18 The Rocky Mountain Coloied Bapti-t Mission ary association, comprising Colors do, Wyoming and New Mexico, is in annual session here,. Yesterday a resolution endorsing St. John for the presidency was voted down. WIRES IN CHIC -GO. Chicago, Aug. 18 The officials of tbe Western Union telegraph company were fined to-day $250 for the violation of the ordinance pro hibiting the erection of poles and stringing wires in the streets. Ap peal was taken and the case will be made a test one. INDIAN KAIDS. Mii.es City. Mont. August 18. Roving Chey nne ere burning grass in Powder River Valley. The dam age is heavy. Stockmen lire pre paring against ibem. repudiation. Richmond, Va., Aug 18 In tbe Senate today Mr. Libroy introduced a resolution looking to the total re pudiation of the State debt. The lesolution went over till Monday BLAI KMA1LKKS. New York, Aug. 18 The pro prietors and editor of Thompson's Bank Note Register were atnsted yesterday, charged with blackmail ing the Nas-fU b nk. teller for the senate. Denvek, Aug. 18 It i authori tatively announced that Secretary Henry W. Teller is a candidate for the United SlaUs Senate. LOGAN AT CHAUTAUQUA. Chautauqua, N. Y. , August 18 Logan arrived here at noon yester day and 'eceived a cordial urcetirg as he landed. He was received at M.rysville by Leu is Miller, presi dent of ihe Chautauqua Assembly, ai d other leading gentlemen, also by the Young Men's Blaine and Logan club of Jamestori, and es corted to. the hotel where be was greeted wlh cheers. How the Jtepunilcan ttonrcnlloii Went to Tombstone. The Epitaph this morning, speak ing of ibe matter of the calling of the Republican convention for Tombstone says: Au Epitaph reporter called on Mr. Street, who cheerfully turnished the following information: Hu stated that up to the tune of calling the convention (August 4) there were but seventeen replies frcm the Ter ritorial committee, composed of 29 members, and only two bad since been received, which would not chance the result. The vote stood Tombstone, 6; Phoenix, 5; Tucson, 4; Prescott, 1; St. Johns 1. The secretary said be did not feel at lib- ity to furnish the repoittr tbe names i f voters, and how each one voted. even if be could do so, as it would be only guess work, for in some in stances no names were sisned and be c uld but surmise from whom the votes came. This surely ought to be satisfactory to the Republican brethren of ihe north. .- Tib Annan's Promptness. After the Fremont rule of schemes and indolence, it is refreshing to observe the activity and practical good sense displayed by our present acting Governor. The red tape business is done away wilh, and in flated ideas of diirnity of oiti. e do not prevent "Vin Arman from listen ing to the wishes of the people, and doing all in his power to act wilh ready decision and prompt cxccu lion. During the late disturbances in Tombstone he opeedily procured troopg from the general government and bad them march into that city. His proclamation issued, warning people from importing diseased entile from Texas, is a most timely action. The peopln of tin's Terri tory feel that their interests are be- ng looked after by an executive who has the ability as well as in fluence to make himself beard and felt ilintvg Index- fciwret otxteen. 'I wonder what my daughter is about !" exclaimed Mrs. Fu.-san- ft-nther, jumping up and fctar ing 10 and iufoi m ihe younir ludy thiit nng Lrimsonbealc was getting ired waiting fur her to make her appe ir.ince. You needn't mind, Mrs. Fusan- fe;:tlier; I know wliat she's about," roolifd liie caller, rising and reach- t:r his hat. Jiat do you suppose my dear daughter is about, then, V se your 18-year- me from ppase e "SI th Republican Caarty Central Cm mtitee Meet ins. Phosnix, August 16, 1894. The County Central Republican Committee met this day pursuant to a call. Present John X. T. Smith, E. B. Kit k land, N. A. MoiTord.E. Rood, J. S. Drew, C. H. Knapp, W. R. Lewis and Samuel Bacb v by Lincoln Fow.er, proxy: E. E Kirk land by 8. M. Huston, ptoxy; and J. B. Creamer by J. Y. T.Smith, proxy. On n.otion it was decided tbat a Republic. m County Convention be called to meet at Phoenix on Thurs day, September 4th 1884, at ten o'clock, a m , for the purpose of eluding twelve deleiraies to the I'er ritoiiul Couvent!on at. Tombstoi e on September 15th 1884, for the pur- po.-e of nominating candidates for Hie Territorial Lea-latuie and the various county offices to Devoted for at the next general election and ihe selection of a Coun y Central Committee. N. A. M-rford offered the follow ing resolution which was adopted. Eetolved That the primaries for the electfon of delegates to the county Republican convention be held in tbe several vowng precincts on Saturday, August 30th 1884, be twech the hours of 10 u'clock a. m and 4 p. m. of said day, and that each preciuct be entitled to one del egate in said convention and one delegate for eah 20 Republican Votes, or fract ion thereof, cast for Delegate to Congress at last general election, giving to tfie several pre cincts the following representation in said county convention, to wit: rRECINCTS. delegates. ' lioenix 16 Tempe. 4 Vuliuie 4 Mesa 2 Wickenburg 2 McDowell 2 Give Creek 2 Seymour 2 Verde 2 Augua Caliente 2 Gila Bend 1 . Webb 1 Arizona Canal 1 Agua Fria 1 Red Rover 1 Jietolvid, That the following per sons be recommended to serve as inspectors at said primaries': Phoenix Lincoln Fowler Tempe J. T Priest Vulture E. E. Kirkland Mesa Jno. H. Barnett Wlck. nburg. E O. Grant McDowell North Wilcox Cave Cieek Gila nend Ralph Palmer Seymour Webb Ve-.de John Mullen Agna Caliente Ai izona Canal W. J. Murphy Agna Fria Red R iver E a h inspector to appoint one judge and th -y to apj.oint the sec ond judge and thai the inspector for each precinct designate the place for holding tbe primaries. Resolted, That the tesi for voters nt primaries shall be "Do you in'.end to vote tbe Republican ticket at tbe next general election?" On motion of J. S. Drev, the chairman was authorized to appoint inspectors at the precincts not sup plied by the above resolution On motion tbe Secretary was in structed to publi-h the call for the convention in tha Phoenix Herald On motion Committee adjourned. J. Y. T. Smith, CLm'u. C H Knapp, Sec'y. 1 THE GREAT GERMAN REMEDY FOR PAIN. Reliorei and eurea RHEUMATISM Neuralgia. Sciatica, Lumbago, BACKACHE, EIaDaCEI, TOOTHiCH, SORE THROAT, QCI.VST. SWELLINGS, SFBAINS, Sonnets, CaU, Bruises, FROSTBITES, BCENS. SCALDS, And alt other hndUy mehm mad psiui. urn mis a bottu. So!dtT!t DrairctHUmnd radium !i Dealers. Direction, in II Tba Charles i.Toeelar Co. (Smmwit, I. A.Teeeler AGe.) nt" jl .. Mtt: RelMeaer. C.8. A. To tbft tied of the tourist. commrcia traveler and new se'tler. Hosteller's stomach Buters la necnIHrlv a:nDled ain e it s renethens the di?etive orgaijn and braces the physical energies to no. healthful lnnannces. It removes and pre. v"-. a maiunni ever. consctpatlOD. ovfc- pepsia. n alio ally stimulate in kid n yi. and h'adder, and enriches as wel ai pn iftes the b'ond When overcome by 1 1 iue, whether menial or phveie.11. the wi-ary and debt.itaied find It a relish e source of reT.ewt-d strength aide mfott. for i-aie oy ail urugeists aLd Dealers e erally . Ceo. D. Clark WatchmakerJeweler WASHINGTON STREET At Dr. Rosson's offlcs, sear the postoffice- PH1EXIX. g fine watches made a iUi"ttiinimii!EM3!! iT (OTDinnnEiiwiB jl lit TlhI81IIBI'j i!iii3 J j CELEBRATED 'OM PROFESSIONAL i BRRT MlLI.AT. Mtary Public. T. W. Tltwa. Civil Engineer Mil. LAY & HINE, Attorneys and Counselors At Law, and Real Ettale Agents. raasNix. - - ahizona 'BAMK Cor, JflSBPH mrtu CoX & CAMPBELL. Attorneys at Law t3T"OFFICE In Irvine building;. O. A, TWEED. W. A. HANCOCK. J. W. CBSNSIIAW TWEED. HANCOCK & CRENSHAW. Attorneys-at-Law. gp-I.and busm--F made a Speciality gr PlIOiMX. AUIZOSA. H. N. ALEXANDER, . Atto r n ey-at- Law. OFFICE Irvine's Block, Room PittENix, Arizona S. O. MORFORD, AttomsT d Couido: at Lot. rvlTK'E FOX. KELIiOt), S30 J Callforn'a Street, HAK UttXCIHCO. J. T. AL8AP, ALSAP A. C. Bai.ii 8l BAKER, AttomeTs asd CounSslors &l lav. OFFICE Old Court ;House. Phoenix. A. T. MS. E. A. INGALLS ,M.D. Physic?an and Oculist. aT1 IVES special attention to bte- r cm and IHseai.es of Women Oll.ce east Washington street. HERBERT R. PATRiCK. Civil Enginee-, U. H. Depaly Mineral Surveyor for Arizona. Subdivision of land a specialty. Office Opposite Post Office. O. J. TIIIBODO, M. D. limi aid A?0TECA?J AND DEAL&U IN DRUGS, MEDICINES. AND TOILET ART1C Perfumer,, Brushes, etc. Opposite the Postoffice. J. E. WHARTON, M. D., U. S. Examining Surgeon, OFFICE AND DISPENSART: Adams St., near Maricopa St., PH02.NIX, ARIZONA R- E LIGHTBURKE, IY1 D Physician and Surgeon Office and Residence nearly opposite the new bemon rioiel, Vasb ingtou Stieei. PHOENIX - - Arizona. C. E. DAILEY, Late U, S. Receiver 6f Public Moneys. T ASD PATENT Af7D CLAIM AG' NT JLj and Attorney. No. 114 Camp street, P. O. box 14, Tnceon. Rntduesa under U. S. Land Laws a apecialty. Robt.Sleinegger Washington Street, Be low the Postoffice, PHCENIX - - ARIZONA. Former Assayer for Central Arizona Alining Co., Vulture. TERMS REASONAdLE! ASSAYS RELIABLE! C HAS. PARK General J obber Well Digging, Clearing lots, eettina" out and caring for trees, atirnbs. ere. Apply at PollOCk & W-l'ght's. J. M. SHBIVER 5 GOFiTRACTI -AND- uildei. Flans and Specifications Fcr- nished. Estimates Made on All Kinds of Buildings. Residence northwest corner of Adams and Maricopa streets Vtoenix. Arizona . riii:i:n BY 31 Alb riLLEO p ompi ly. bewli g Machine Needles, all kiuda. per d. zen SOc Shinties lor Family Singer, each $1.00 outii lies 10- fuuet jnttcaiueK, eucu l.au 1 anil jc rent Maaips ukra Where we have nostrents. we will remit Machines el'recity f. om onrTncson iiranch. Oorr 8Dtndeuce solicited from OHM Kemember. U is no experiment to bay a TUU UKU 11 A K F' CO, Tucson, A. T. tsi iimm mm mens "Standard" & '-Exper Osborn & Alexai.der. Sole Agents. 628 Afarke . . y" . -" meCnaniC S I OOIS I h.mIw.m r..i,'-.. I Catalogue of all our goods tent free CAPITOL HOTEL WASHINGTON STREET, PHOENIX A. T. W.C PIMM, Proprietcr. 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July 34, 1834. 1 1J"OTICE is hereby plven that the fol-lOAinK-nsmed seitl- r has filed no tice of his intention to make final proof 111 supporr- 01 nis claim, ana tnac sate pi oof will be made before Hon. D H Pin- nev,j udge of the second Judicial District at nis ci.amoers in rnoenix Arizona, on tbe 6th diy ot September. 18 4. viz. - Edward Buker. of fnoeolx. M nicopa connry, Arizona. ior me n e sec 9ipi n r 3 e. O fc S R B and M. and names tbe f llowingas hi witnesses; viz : I inuley H. Orme, James P. Hoicomb. i-hailee ti. Veil and John T. rwnni. all of fhoenix. Juaricopa county, Arizona. lib.?. At. lilt'AlA, Ri;rittT (Fitet Publication July 31.JS84 ) D 0 YOU KNOW THAT LORIL AHD'S CLIHAX PLUG TOBACCO Wilh Fe,lTln T&e; Kom Ie ir Fine Tnt Shewing; savy ajiipntnsH ana n:acK, best and cheapest, quality coa.drad ? ION IrARDENS Respectfully announce to the People of Phoenix the opening of their EW STO With a complete stock of ry Goods, Fancy Goods, Clothing:, Hats, Boots and Shoes, Ladies' and Gentlemen's Fur nishing Goods. QOQDSIARKED ATBED-ROGKPRIGES Strictly One Price ! li ILLIi is jIId Smith's riew Building, Phoenix. W. F. EVEBHARTS" ONE-PRICE CASH rug& Variety Store NO. 79 WASHINGTON ST..OPP. PLAZA. jOGALER in PUBE DRU&S, 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, W inflow Glass, 8 Choice Fruit of the Season Always on Hand. Ji (soliciting a portion of the public paimnaee and guaranteeing f ull satil iaction. Uomeone! Uome IS A POSITIVE CURE FOR Diseases of Bladder. For sale at Family Liquor Store. x-i is? 4 tr.m 3 -1 (9 X , o o co 1 2 3 1 1 S-5 e If t3 W Si-' sis sg oq 1 O i i S- I 3 o 1 ' L I 2. S. L ' -I s 2 2. l3 a.1" . 0. American Line AND HAMBURG -AMERICAN PACKET Co. Steamship ticki ts to and Horn all Darts of Knropa at lowest rates Apply to A. Leonard Meyer. Agtn, iP E I 1 MEDICINES, PERFUMERIES, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Eruabea, Etc., Etc., Etc. all! And look if nothing more. r.i the Kidnev and ARCADE Having leased this Fina Brewery lam fully prepared to supply the people of Salt River Valley with the finest. by the Keg or Bottle. Order! promptly tilled. MICHEL WURCH. Pitkin 6l Thomas 45 So. 2d Streat. Phliad'a Pa Mrs ia Shsird Am; Cloth Ivh AINU CLOTHING. also a larire lotofHtitlr.lv n.w f in thlu of old re j ill itionpHttern, rinslt Ing of CftVftlrr ttvercottsPHIlift. J.r.lrMtk. rmrb Coats. Pleated and plain Blousea in per fen. order and very cheap. .Ui-oi'tandarit Army Blanl ets, Rubber Blaoken, Ac. fw inat-w mm ilf.i a ha a 9 BtSo BEEoIEEY 3 mm mm mm ! speciality. on application. au iyw FHCEXIX, ARIZONA.