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COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. PutMlttrad Every Enlfl Except Sunday Tkim)7, - A OS. XS. 1W4 TO-DAY'S NEWS. LOCAL LINES. Ttegi-ter H once. Cutter Whisky at the O. K.. Time awful y Aov. Call for Boca beer at the Boca B.er Depot. 1 be Tucson FicMa is in full blast. Ti nitorlal iitra tei m to be w arcr. Ftrfb ljtiws at W. F. Evet hart's. Phoenix 11 pwilir-uiurlY quia just W. F. MtNulty i selling boots, tiff od clothing at eit. Froll contirut plentiful and . cheap. .Fresh toil butter received at Wbepley's to-day. Cbier reported on the coast of Mexico. Read W. F. Ererhart's our price cash iTfrig and variety atore ader. tisement. Quite a at ti In the dry goods Hue Ju?t now. A gocd steady hoy wnted at this office. Jiuhl hiie for a term o( tiiontha. Nobting new to-day in the politi cal circle?. If yon would keep cool durlrg tbiadofre, cloudy weather, eat lee Crcm. The new public-cemetery is fell ing lots now. Pure o'd Port and Sheriy "Wine mintage "IS, at Family Liquor Store pponte oa..ffi. Xle old cerai tery will be closed September 1st. Some icquiry g ang on for real . e-talc, about town. LtDlf a A. line of dicss goods, hosiery, liar.dkercbiefs, laces.nolions and fancy goods at tjrt at J. M Kui fe Co.'s The Lemon Hotel is having some Diw signs painted. Cee California Fruit Salt t re doc your head after over-iudnlu. ence in drinkta.'. t: Money wanted on outstanding ac count- at this office. TothkBot Farring on wantsa couple of ton of pencil stones. T , , ,r ,, I Mr. I. Levy, of Vuliure, is taking ( in the town. ' AUCTION Closiug sleorhr nes, wagon chain" Ac. and an as sortment f nearly everything al W. B. Uooper A Co.'g This is the last of everything. Coinmenclng at two o'clock Saturday. H. F. Scurnirms, of O-scci li, la., i at the L- men He tel. Turn fno-tstx Floutiino Mill if -ow dianufacturing the bel floor er lit fore made in Ariznna Star Hrand. f2.50 per 100; tupifine, 91 0 per 100; 10 lbs cratki-d wheat J5.;ts per sack ; bran JTiCts per 100. bpotcash. John Y. T. Smith, Tlia rrttii ihduse 14 rnther Ab?n rt.ed; catiae, politiis. jjTK. Barby nnounces hims lf as Independent candidate for c-iun'v recorder. Mr. Ada A. Fult' ti wiil -pi n s seb ct school for ouug children in the Prtshyttrian cbttrch Mnni'.ny, September 8th. td Mr. Herman, of Shoenfelt & Hy man, left for San Francisco this morning. The Prescott stage hroiight in a number of Whipple rhuiphcolen this morning. The Herald fftce h turned i ff qni'e a large umouut of jib worn the past two weeks. Til. f?fmtl r,.ir! Ih Mtni-ra' Union if Tombstone as disbanded and eutliely bmken Bp. Jndge Greet haw leturned to-dsy Irnm the Verve, where he has becu lnokiniz after bin cattle interests The watermelon racket is coming to . a close, though theie is yet a irge qtianuiy in me marubt. John Noaik gives notice that be Whl make application for pardon from the Territorial prison. J M, Murphy wi, I have his Kml adjacent to the city, on the east, laid off into lots in a few da.s. Mr Kales who ha been absent in California, for some time is expect ed home by the 1st of September. Mr. Allen anil lady who have le, n with us lor he paxl year ft' d a half, leuvc in a few days for the eut. Hon. Pat Ilanii.l-n has alsjut completed bis K6ouices of Arizona m d will leave in a few days for Sau FrAucic.o. Hooper & Co. are c'osing out. the odds irnd ei ds that remain of their sKM-k by auction. 'I heir bu-iness wiil be entirely dosed up by the 1st prox. The building tas beeu let for saloon purvjoses. Mr. L vt Hottle. Corydon, Indi ana, says he suffered from pains and i fl.iinntion. risiiliiiig fnm a lr:c tilred clavic'e, and after trying various rcmedte-, without relief, he tried St. Jacobs Oil and wuy i nt. d Mr. P. K. Hiekev h t reiirned his position as Secretary of the Fair j Association, en ui Count ot pre.-su e nf otbir bu-incss, a d Mr ti. W. I 'call has been uppointed to till his j lace. Caw fur Male. Fine milk Ciw Utrn1; prio Call en It . J. E. Wbat'.oii. tio. Physician ccctHiitneml D: Price's Orcam Baking Powder To-; lightening and lairing bier.d. bis cuits, cukes, etc., because, while making that table food more pleas ant to the palate and mote easy to the digestive orinns'. .in takes no nutritive element trom the original flour. Ch em juts endorse Dr. Price's Powder ?t the most perfect made. We hear that J. A . Tt. Irvine, so well and favorably kbOn in con nictiou with the late Arm of E. Irvine & Co., is about to open up a croorry and revision ft-re at the old stand.' His acquaintance wiili llie husiiiei-s and popularity with the people jreneral assuie- bis UC CSS. The gn at regi.vcr wi II be c losed October 13th. No name will be en tered upon it a'ti:r that date and all names of niters in the rounly muss be entered dm ins the present year, if thiy wish to vote. The oll ieg i&lrnlioti will not answer fui lh;s yar. Mr. TV'. C. Weir, of La Porte, Indiana, writes that his lHtie girl found Instantaneous relief and was cured of ncute n-uraliri of the inuscela of the neck, intending to the larynx, by St. Jacobs Oil, the great pain cure. Wc understand that arrangements have hren made for et-lahlis'iinsc a meat pncklnif establishment here, and that capital to the amount of $20.WX) will be invested and work will begin nt an eatly day. Mibbinf, we learn, Is the favorite candidate for Delegate to Conres' in the southern portion of the Ter ritoiy, Mibject to the decision of llie Republican Territorial convention. Messrs. W. H. Bradley and C. I. Adam of Chicago, who have been tit at Cave Creek examining min ing property, returned to day and are. at the Lemon Hotel. f Messrs Win. Hill and Tho. Wiis-m. alt Lko hae perfected a contrivance for printing photo graphs which it i said will revu- lui'iuizj that business. I Messrs. Moth rock & Burnett have just completed and mounted a rlne group of the first officers of the first Giand Lodge et the 1 O. O. F. of Arizoua. W. O. Henry of this place, we see by the Champion, is at Flagstaff making raids on roouulaiu trout with pele and hook. Mr. Tburbi.r, who has been here adjti-ting affairs in the Hayden at tachment business, left for San Francisco to-day . The thermometer if giving its final lift on the Caloric condtti ti of the weather t' day and reaches 104 degrees in the shade. Mr. Murphy, our Commissioner to New Orb ans. has left for that cilv ' "" An A jol-i KX- A respec fully apoligize to the people of the city of Phoenix ar.d Maricopa county, A. T., for discon tinuing the great clearam e sl of the stock of K. Dillon & Co., until Saturday morning. The rusii of people to the sale Ha iti g eat thut we found ourselves unable to py pr'-pr attenlii-n to our c ustomers. The sale will be continued with renewfd vigcr on Saturday morning. August 29;h, wheu we will display on our coun tera still greater baigaios. All goods will be marked plain figures. ' E DILLON &C. By order of Dillon & Kkkelx, L.w Angeles, Cal. Dr. Pi Ice's Special FIvorine Ex tracts are natural fl ivors, obtained by a new process, which gives the most delicate and grateful taste. Tby are of great strength, and bot tles contain half nwre than those purporting to"" co tain the s me ouanlity. We conscientious! y rec ommend Dr. Price's Fiarors. His vani:la tiav r is delicious. Goldman & Co.'s sur plus stock shall, will and must be sold At Cost! These are facts; come and see. Sales commencing Monday, September 1st. GOLDMAN & CO. AccoBDiso to last night's dis patches cholera has t'caughl on" to this continent In a most unexpected quarter and where it is most likely to get the best bold ami do the mcst damage. It i- reported to have ap pealed on the west coatt of Mexico at Salinas Cruz, s mewhat south of the Ci y of Mexico . It is to be hopi a that it is nvjrely a leport or that it is not genuine Asiatic cholera; but if it should be the genuine thing its spread in Mexico anl both north and south is certain, owing to Ihe absence of the proper sam'ary condition to nrrest its progress in tVie great majority of the Mi xt.-an cities and towns. Too careful htluntior. can not be given to the matter of clean !tries about houses, yaid;, sinks, out buildings and personal habits. The 1 nc-oii ,-ior nmn wants can didates to pay this traveling expenses BU(3 hotel bills of the delegates. It is supposed that he will be a dele gate to Phoenix, bence the want. C tKII To ali who are snflertna t from errors and indiscrciious f( ou:li. J n -.rvuu ve.kijcs. et.rly d-ca low of ! roai hood. Ac.. 1 will send a receipt-that i will cure j - a. KKKKOi'. fcARi.K. this freat rmdy was dbcovcrrd b a roisMoii- rv fw ttootb America. Send s- If-address- e"veloi"H? to Kkv. Joseth T. Uxik. I titii'n l, ?iio Vork. - TELEGRAPHIC S.-IATIC CIIOLKKA IN MH!C . Chicago, August 27. a spe. I.sl from Las Vegas, M-. jtic, say that the captain of the port of Gituyuias lias -received officii; I notiflcatiou from ilie Minisler i t WhI' that a vessel has arrived at SiHnas Cruz with Asiatic cholera on Iwiard. He insti ueis the captain of that poit to a'l w uo one to land from vessels arriviug fiom Salinas Cruz, or from other pons low. r on the coast. The ofllcial n. lice bears d ite Ci y f Mexico, August 18." A similar no tice ha been ro tivid at Mazatitin, San Bias, Alttn, Mi.ii milU and other Pnciflc p rti. Sniinas Cruz is thechi-f poit oi the Sate of Te-i.uai.ttkt-c, and ties 8.0)0 miles south- ot Gm.ynifts on the Pacific, and it is consi.ien d t.naecouut:ible that any p-rs.n could anivc there from the infected district of Eu rope. It is generally believed the j Vessel in tiuestion U from Chii a Aid brings ihe original cho-ra germs. The news causes great uneasiness along the cast cities, it being thu first information of Ihe arrival of Asiatic ci.-oier on thin continent. BvR TO ATTACK MKNT8. W'ashigtos, August 27. Acting Secretary of the lireri-ir btisoeoidt d in the case of the Southern Pacific railway vs. tho State of Calit-inta, that invitlid chool sections are a bar to attachments of laud under railroad right. KGDl) DECI.INKS. Stockton, jhI., Augiiat 27 The Democratic second Congressional district delegation met here this afternoon. Charles A. fMi inner whs nominated for Cou tress in place of James II. Budd, who dcelii ed on account of the danger to bis hcaith if he engaged in an active canvass. Major briggs was nominated for Presidential elector tn place of G. Gouchi r, who declined on account of hie financial inability to make the canvass. TEXAS GREF.NB CKEK. Galv tsTON, Aug. 27 A Sewb1 Waco special sats that the State Greenback convention convened to day. It was decided that a full Butler nnd Veil electoral ticket be f ut in the field. When the nomina tion fot Stse ofliceis are made it is generally understood that the Greeu bwekers will support G. Washington Joms, Independent candidate for Govtrnor. AGCKRO CArTUUED. New Tokk. Augu t 27 The Tri bune says: A report whs brought to thi city yesterday by the schoon er Cienf ;iegos, from Cienfuegos and Nassau, that General Cmlos Agitero the Cuban rcvolirionary lender had been captured at the Inner port us he was departing for Cutia with arms ud men. The repoitisuot believed by the Cubans in ibis city or by the friends of Aguero. JOUOF. Fi-.INCB NOMINATED. Santa Fe, Autusi 27 The Be. publican Tcrritoiial convention met' to-day to nominnto a delerrate to Congress. Four counties bolted the Republican nominations. The con vention nominated Judge L. Brad ford P.-nice, of Santa Fe, unani mously on the first ballot. The bolters will nominate Col. Wm. L. Kyncrbou, of Las Crucc, to-night. A REGULAR MELEE. BosT.)M, August 27. The Windsor Theatre was crowded last night during the sparrug match between Dominic McCaliery, of Pittsburg, and Pete McCoy. Among the spec tators were 200 sporting men from New Yoik. Besides the gate re ceipts there was no particular purse, bnl belting was very h'gh, the New York men - generally backing Mc Caffery, whi le the Boston i aim enp portad McCoy. The first round consisted of skillful sparring with but little or no heavy bitting. In the second both men resorted to wrestling tactics in wuich McCoy showed himself superior. Once he threw McCaffrey so heavy tiia. his grunt w as beard all ovi r the house, and ag tin McCoy thiew McCaffrey and the latter fairly shouted with pain. The excitement ran high as the second round closed with Mc Caffery and the crowj making the pli.ee a pandemonium. In the third round McCoy kuockd McCaffery down twice, when a number of ex cited outsiders jumped on the elasc. As McCaffery attempted to i ise Mc C -ysttucU a heavy blow- at liiui which was the signal fur a general melee. Both pugilists hi.d many paitisius and these separated in con testing forces as they rushed on the siage. John L. Sullivan, second for McCoy, knocked down half a dozen supporters of McCaffery, when the police rushed upon the stage and slopped the performance. The fight was declared a draw. TKI.LOW FEVKn. Washington. Aug. 27 The Ma rine Hospital Bureau is iuformed iliat yellow fever is prevailing with reat fatality ou the island of Porto Kico. The disease is uot confined to the lecent immigrants from Spain, but it also attacks the Creole popu lation. FAIIX'KK OF THE COKJt CKOF. Washington, August 27 Scnor Romero, Mexican minister, has re ceived a conimunical i ju announcing the failure cf the corn crop in Cht bu.ihna, and asking him to notify the exporters Of corn in this country who may wish to export it for seed to Chihuahua to address the Gov ernor of that State givlDg the price, quality rind rjurntily. ILLTKKAXICKST i V OilH DUKV. Chicago, Aug. 27 Henry Mohler, Oscar Ridel He, Mr. Pease, Mrs Slater, and Mrs. Parker, who were the oMetisible managers of the Home for God's orphans, were all bound over to the gnu.d jury to-day for illtri a'.inent of young children lefi in their charge. The testimony of lour voting inmates tended to show that a hirge number of babies died in the asylum appuren ly through want of care, ar.d according to stories related by young children. to couit, they were subjected at all tim" to vigorous tre-itmenl by be ius lockup tip alone iu dat K rooms kihI given very little fod.- The court looked upon the ni'inagers c-f the mstilutloM as belonging to a very riftiigerc.is class of fanatius. EFFtCT OF W .R ON AMERICA. Xkw Vokk. August 27 A Sun's Washington special says: The effect cf the Wnr between China nnd France will, it is believed hen, .opertite greatly to the advantage of the United Slut, through the almost imrnediatt ii crease in trade between 'his country aid China. 1 he de mand for all kinds ot mcnnf.icti.rtd goods heietof.iro supplied Chitm through Frem.li agencie will nt nraily bo truuafcrrt d t- Ihi cou.ilry. The Chinese goveri.tin-nt, which posessej a lnrgu a. d poweiTtil navy, will undoubieril y prohibit the ini pi rtntion of nil French, goo s, its ports will be closed against Fn neb commerce, snd n t only v. ill llie Chinese i:ed muuilions ut win, but k'eo ci mmisniy .r:d qitarlermaster supplies, which can be transported from New York to San Francisco, Ihvnce to China by steamship lines, tl.e tr:-fhV over which has percepti bly itiet'cai'd Muce the agii.ati.in of the Ftaiico-Chineie tn uble. China will continue to purchase cf Eng lard as lung as trade is untrampied, but the natural hichay of her trade is by the vay of Sau Fra- Cisco. Ihe Fair tMMittioa. PHOtsix. Aug. 23. 2SS4. Purfuanl to adjournment, . Ihe Board of Pirecti rs of the Arizona Industrial Exposition met l the office of the Secre.arv. VieePrei- ; a. i v T Sn.iih l.. the rl.air. In the matter-of permanent grounds for ho'ding Ihe lair, Mr C. H. Oiay offond to sell to the directors of the Asoci illon eighty acres of land at joining the ranch of Mr John Morugomeiy, on the south. The ft ice of i he land to be $1,250, and Mr. Gray to take forty shares of the Association stock and $850.00 I in money, tiaymei.l to be made in one year, possession of the grounds to be given luitui diaUly. The prop, osition of Mr. Giay was, by vote ot fbe Board, accepted. Mr. John Montgomery made a statement to the Board that he would give a deed for n fifty foot road acioss the south end of his land for the benefit of the Association with out any cha-ge. Messrs. tarrington, Lounl and Lming were appointed a Guance and auditing conimi tee. Mes-is. Novinger, Wills nr! Loring were appointed a committee on ti uck. The secret aty was ordered to pre pare a schcuule for premium list a;.d ai!v rtising. Philip K. Hickey having tendered his resignation as t-icrcta y it wus accepted. An election to fill vacancy in the secretaryship khss ordered and re sul ed in '. he choic e of G. W. Ingalls. Meeting tiiee adjourned, until two o'clock p. tn , 2-"5 U tost, P. IC. Hickkt, S'-ct'y pr' tem. PnoEMX, August 25. The Board of Directors pursuant to adjourn ment, nut at the office of the secre tary at two p, in. , President W . TV. Jones in the chair. The committee on trade stiomilted a preliminary plan for location of track and 'uildm.s and asked for further lime to complete their re port. By vole of the Board the committee ou track was grunted further time and instrue'ed to pio ceed with the preparation of the grounds, location and laying off of track and to report on location and character of bui'niings for the fair The President ar.d J. Y. T. Smith were chose i a committee b submit at-the next meeting a p'an and esti mate for a grand stund and judges stand. By vote of the Board the secretaiy was instructed to personniiy cail upon nil the stockholders for the amount of their assessment. Board adjourned to nuet subject to call of the ' resident. G. W. Ingalls, Scct'y. Pleasure Itrivea. Welis & Rice of the City Stables have now on hand an lcgaiit and easy riding open baroiich jti-l the thing for evening drive3.- Leave j our orders with them and enj-y the b'tlmy fresh evening nir for un hour in a very delightful manner. Messrs. Geo. A Stone & Co., of the Silver King hole!, hs.ve com menced suit against J. A. Keavis, to recover f 100 due them for the pro visions Reavia and that "pro pec tive bri ther-iu-'aw'' fattened on while ss journing here. If times ant so hard that a mxn who claims to own half oi Arizona can't pBy a small boord bill what is to become of us poor devils who do nol claim to own more thau a change of socks? Enterprise. And what will be come of the lenient host here, who claims a bill of f300 and leela his pockets in vain for (he coin? Busi ness must be mighty 0 nil. California Fkcit Salt is made from sound ripx California Fruit. A plensant and iflic.uious r nicely for allst imach troubles. Relieves heart-bum and distress from over indulgence in eatiug or drinking. For to stipntion aid Blliiousn'ss ue in hot water half an hour be fore eating, but for D-.spepsia take in cobl water nfter meals. To be Lad at he Garden l ity Drug Store, Agents for Phoenix tts Marion of the Courier, is supposed to be looking out for Head's fences iti the lower part of the Territory Avoid l'itl? Being larpety compoced of morcurvihy eventually ruin the ofoniacn, but Alien's Kitilyiis Pi-T.-to vejwt.ible mixture aei 8 qoiek'y and eftectuall . cure. 'J5 ccnta; ut all druit;it(. llr-lw Satisfactory Evidence. J.W. Grahiim, Whrleale Prngtat, of Austin. Tex e, writes. I hare be-.-n brtod lin? PR. WM. H ALL'S BALSAM F Jit TH K 1.UNU8 Ur the pat year, ard have fijund it oni of the most salable medioin. s have ever bad in my honsn for Ooatrhf, CoidH and even Consompiion. aiwa9 r. . I .. i . . . i 13i -..... scotner trois. ' aug-.'s tt-w Times htc hard on the newnpaper fnternity The lleoiiHtjh and Dem ocrat, nt Iteming and one piper al Albi-qiK rqtie have in the last few days succumbed to the dullness of the lines; uly a shoit time ntro the Dona Ann Tmes. bocorro Sun. nod Quijutoa rrosprcior, went und r, and a grewt n any i Inersare n- w t o tio ragged edjje of despair. Lodgbu. g The Directors of t'.ie Fatt Assocl atiou are gcttirg ihines umli-r fu 1 headway, and ere long we shall httve a liHD'isonie fair ground pre parid with an excellent track. Wise has b. en .'hooting off bin mouth iu T-i.cson. It w:is Umdetl with the same charge that he let off here. '1 he weather feels Hkesprirg. The Ttic-on peoole are calling on A. 1'. 0 -, t 'halt in -.n of the Pima County Board of Sopt-rv'aor. to re .sin. O ls terms not only to h:iVt faiied in ht-s un 1 usiness 1 ut to have intuited the displeasure of the people. Agent P P Wi'ci-i, of Sau Cr h'S, wus hi re Monday, ei route, for Denver. He is in ill health and re quires a rrief icst from his agency labors. We tried nir pumping power- on the Ag- ut in ihts hope i-f find ing out something'' of the trite in wxrdncs ef the clash between the Agent and the 'ruUitiry, but whil.- Mr. VVilc-'X wa very eommmiiea- ! tive on other inat'crs he dt clined to J say anything atiout CruwfO'd's do. ings, for lie icsH 'l Ihat he is not i j-et ready to -peak on that subject. We know, iitnvevr, from a teliuMe soutcc, ( hut Mr. Wilcox has Im od in hi e3'e, s to speak, and either he or (r w ford mu-f go. If he cannot induce Mr. Ttllir to catn-e) his agreement with the War Depart ment and restore h'tm io ihe exciu Rive man-igeinent of the agency he will re.iitn. Upon his arrival in Denver Mr. Wile x will pub'i.-h his annual report in wl teti lie will rec ommend numerous r. forms in the I management of tigem y Indians. The Ii.di'tns at Sun Carlos, bu suys, itave settled down to business, and raised the present year one-Jia.'f million pounds of gtain. But the White M untain renegde, who ure exclusively under Ihe control of the military, linvo raised nothing, a'l reports to the contrary not wi.hsland ing. - -Florence Enterprise. Stock JIarvsfjr Barlry. I have a number of smck mares and colls on hand which 1 will trade for barley. Cull early if you wish a bargain. FniKK D. Wells. l.etlei' l.isit. Unclaimid litters retr.aining in the postoliicp at Phoenix, Arizona August 25, 1SS4: Allen, Co! Jhs Ismcrt, C F Anderson, .Mrs S J Kellev, Clus B.-.skiii, W T Moose, Jno T f'unniiigbnm, W Muyihv.Wm Duncan, John Muiler, Einil England, J F Oiiplmnt, J W Eileiiberg. M L Nelson. Miss" My Fiulow. A Pull, isoo, S S Goddird, Cha.- E Pot fills, 1'hos Ciegory, C P Rich, John Heiidt ickson, W Strau, M Hinton, F M Sufherlond, S C Hickey, TV M TViiU.mf.oa. Ash CABTAS K- TANOLAS. Luis'i Bayesti ros, Manuel Comedo, Jiiiiii Ocon.liafnel Montano.Caiisep eion Snto, Callctans Aopiso, Lauro Paraellon. y RKTCRNEI) LETTE!!8. Win. llemlnckson Cail for ndvertised letters. Geo. E. Mowhky. P.M. BOU. McJJtlMALI). In Phoenix, Arizo tii, Au"ust 21, 18S4, io ill- wife of A. McD'iDiild, a ion. Fourteen pout di r. KING. In Phoi nix. Aiizona, Aug. 6, 1884, io the wile of Thos. Ivmg, a son.' JtAKKlKII. CO WA N ASAT At t he u sidence of Ilev. Chapman, Phoeuix. Atiz., on Satordny evening, Aug. 23, 1S84, .Mr. John Cowan, to Miss Siii nil A. AFry, all of Tenipe. IHI'.O. McDONaLI).-In Phoenix, Ariz i na, Auuual, 25 h, 1S84. Rachel V. wife of Alex. McDonald, aged 40 years i53 iSSa IS53?'.4h?3i.,ii.VS--i.i5S3Bd TORPJiQi BOWELS, DISORDERED L1VE3, and MALARIA. From t iiee sources arise tliroo-fouTtns of tlieiliseaaesof tlie iiumaii race. 1'lieso symotoma inilicnW their' exisrence: I.OS1 or Appetite. Ttowels costive. Sick Ileudnche, fullness after t in$r,aTrTiiou tn e xertioit of body or mind. Eructation of fonU, Iri-itabil Ityol teinpvi-, A.otv spirits, A frr lintg oxnavlnft nrgle Ssumr dit",Ii ilness.i ntLorll at t he Heart. Iol lefore tit eyes, litfilily colored Uriue,COX(5TI PATIO . .and demand the use of a reined v that acta directly on tbel.ivcr. AsaLdvermedieineTtJTT'S HX.L.S Itave no CTtJ. Tlieii actlonon the Kidneys anii Sstiii is also prompt; removing 11 impurities through these tUreo " Bcaveiafrrrs of tile system,' producing nopuiite. sound ditreBtton, repniliif stools, a Ciear skin and a vhf oiousbodv. TUTTS I'lLLS cause no nausea or pripin nor intertero wilh daily work nnd are a perfect ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA. F-uld cverywnere5fl. Oilise-44 Mmriiy.St.N i . fiiy ifcn nit WmsKiiiw clianifed in- tantlv to a Glossv Black by a singlo application of tliis Dye. Sold by Di-jst gists.orsentbyoxpresson rccoipt o'$. Olric. 14 r:.i---;iv sr?e.t. tv Vtirlr. DTTJ ILiilCiL ii CSirUi Ki:SIFT3 F&1S. Garden City Mi Store. WASHINGTON ST., raicciTEs:. - - asizoita L'rre-and vati. d stock of new grcpsjustieceiv.fi. A l'ie-li supply of pure drugs and patent medicires of all descriptions. O ly supply nf flue Stationery, Glank Books, I,. dee s, etc., in ih--City, iilegnnl Toilet materials nf all tinds. Fit. est brar.bs of Cigats, wholo rl! nnd rotuil. Pe fcilt pu e Wines and WhU'kie for mtdiciue. TUTT S A X NO UN C E M E N T. COUNTY SHERIFF. X HERKP.T AKNOUN'M'. VTSTM' AS I a cnndliiilo f,r the effie of Mj; iti' ot Mrtc(Mn connty. sub'eci lo the sct'on of the Rfi'iib'lcnn t'onntv Convention, and if romlnHt d i wf't ty to vtii rli-cte t, an! ;f etecifiti, to rto ionct. s tlbl w.tic n ttin lnterc-at of t! e pe-ol- una the t xpnrers. tHANE 1. WULS. rRERMBY A V()UV K MYSH F AS a cai did t- for Mhciiff of Mi.ric Ta ont-niy. si'lii et o rhif def.iKtuu f llie fjubiicun county corv..?i-i.)r.. GXO. HAMLIN. Call fur uriiuii.icun Vuuutv Con vein ion. Ths R'-piiMicnn O- nT.'y I'onvpntitin for Va-ieopi connty is her i.y cilii d to inert ; t t'lineeix on TliUr.-d.-j-. 8:pL uiher 4 h. ISH4. ai HI o'eliw!l . n. in Said co. ve itini: i rstl"d t..r th'J l.U" pose of (-ircon-jr t.e v I'il L .li.L'Ht,. tn U ti e 'I'erriiortiil I.erubli-ur, Conv-nti' ii tdcli n e. is at Tomb-tonp cptendx. lfii.i. ISSA. for -be srteetien .if a Oo.tiity tintrsi c 111111110, an'i for i nrri"se of placii jf la neininaii'in c-d"d:if s f.r rniiowiiig o.ces to tie voted for al the uexi ifto-al ele tln. ix : Ope (I; m 'nib. r nf tlit C-n-ci'. 'wr. ( ) ioecil.:i of the Hou.-e t.f llepre ei ta iv on: Mienif. ols 'i ron-ur?'r. one Hr .L.a:e J'.'.dgH, ue T)isiri'-t ttorn . one Ki--eo. dirr. erie ' Vroner and iililie Arinlni:-'-t o!or. two SupervtSi'i's. Ollf Surveyor. P.iruartes forllia selection of d-'--frlVC1 Iw s id comity jvineutton will bo h.(i on -Mil da; ," Ati(C st :nh. 1S'4 in tlie var'o is preincti imd tlie p O'lionnie it of ryiir-'fieiitnt'en to amd couu'v co:iver tio i f im vnch pr cinctnha i ti..- ai. I'o low 10 wit: Phoenix. IU Temiip, 4 Valiur.-, Vte-a. S cick. nbt-rir. 1 Jtcllune!'. s t'uvc Creir, s Oi a i'.eud.- i t -eymo r, a Weltb. 1 Veid, 2 igu.i i.'Rliente, 2 1 A izeriii ranol, ' Ahh Kria, 1 "U.-'i Uo-er. 1 The tost f.'r qi.aiific-.ti.n ut ios r- si aid p'imttrioa u-'il- be '-D . 30:1 iiil.s d o support the Keppb ican ticket at the next ppnerat 1 I;r.tioi..' lly O. Our of the t'erf Colmiill ( IV JO.iN y. T, .-mint Chm-n. C. rt. KN A PP. S c 'y. Daiea Phoenix, Atifruft lmh 18H4. Trritti'iat Krpnbllran Conven tion . - In acccrdr.i w lib the act'on of -he ntral Conin.ip.ee. a Territoiial t.'onvete lion of ihe Republican i-arly of the Ten tory of Ariz- na to consist of elgli'y fen -dpt-g les, is hereby calicd to be held io ih.-City of Tombstone. Monday. Sep teruber 15-h. Ih84. ft.r tho p irpi.se of lion.l 1 altns a ram. i. lute Tor lie egat" 10 Con res, a candidate for Suprint -ncle:it ot Pub ic ln traetion.ai d fir the t ausncitoi! of such other Ituelness ue may proj.eriy come before it . TLe S'verr.l counties f 'be Ter itory will be entitled :o Ihe fo'ivwiu ' number of Dc-l' gn clt iu' said Territorial t ouveii. t on. to ivi' ; Apache 8 i-octiis.' ; It liili i .5 Ostium 5 Maricopa 32 it ohave 6 Ptma 13 Pinal 5 Yuma 5 Yavnpai 14 By act if the Territorial l.t-gistatnre. a;, p oved March 7 h. 1SS3, the counties ot Yavat-fll, Ytiro-.i. Moh.'ivff, Apache and Maricopa are peimiited to join in the elec lt-n of a Conm irr.an to the I. gtsla'ivo. AssCinbly; and tlie counties ot rociifse. Graham, Giia. Pirnl, and i'irua arc like wia'j permitted to join in the electin ot a connc'lman to s ich Aseoinbly . 1 h- re firo, let f'onr.ts UelrgMem be rui'lioriz 'd to meet iu sub conventions at s-.i 1 time and plac-i to make nnmiiia'Ions thoretor. That there muv be eftieieut party e iee i I; is deiri b'e t - hr.ve ei' ates attend th-.' j convcrit'Oe. in p.-rs.-m.ar d to bve ai few proxies in the convention as practical. ! I L.AFK CPrTP.CillLL, ! t:h t-mau C-en rat t'eiiitiitt'.ee j WEnsTKlt iTKEt:T. Pccr' tary. I Dated, Angus; 4. 1SS4. Assignee's fictice. rlin flrrri of M cDona'd, Tush A Cn . i f Manfy, JUiimoprirOui ty Ar:ztins nd A. V . Mr.cDounl.,1. of tlie v-taine pine hm 1-ig joined ia tn usaiknn." nt of iheir pr- p r:j- aud efT ct (xcepi a n-h p t ti'.ua o. the proper y of A. b". Mardonatd at are ti enijt f-m ex cation.) to xh mi dorsii e.i tor thi b fl oft -ir cedirors Ail peieono Ind bted to .-aid Arm ir -o ih" paid A F M.icdonaid, h a ruque-Htd t make imu edi--t t:ynj,Tit to uie t the c lfl.-i! of Tweed, HrC'-fk A 're- shiw in the ci y o- vhrenix. or t !. B . Bu tp at th( p!aoe f bneifK'S"? of Th l-;lo fl-m of iiaeuouftld. Hush t C,t Mwu C-i'j . And all pcrfonf b.-viup ciaims irpi &t fluid lirni or iiga1n.pt tho 8 iid K. uc draid w ill pj-a-e presiri t tltt vtti.it to uie at ra fflro it i-ho citv of Pdoenlx. J: W. CRKN'HAW. Dated, Aug 4 li, Aignee. Piotice. Notice is hereby irivea th'it toe lr"n Cngr.s formerly used iu Hie e, P ..11 ,.-;il KA i ,...1.11,. auction to the hisrhest bidder fot ! ca.-h, in front of Court House door, in the city of Piioe iix. on Sattird iy, tlie 'JOth liny of 'Septi mher, ISS-t, at 12 o'clock m. of said dav, the Board of Supervisors iPFervini: the right to reject any sn.d all bids. By order of the B-ard or Super visors of of Maricopa counij-, mnde shis 18i ii day of Aititt-st.A. D ISS-t. Fiiank. Cox, Ckrk. A'ottec of . pplieation fir rarilon. Notice is hereby aiven that ni or nfter the txprii-Hti.n i f fifteen days front the day of tlie flfrt publi a tton of this notice, the uniiers iriied will apply to t'ie Governor or Act ing Governor of this Tcrutury. for a pardon for the offense of attempt to rob, ccnvicted in Mariropa Couoty Joi'iN Xowauk. A'-sust 27, 1884. Xotire QfAptili ation lor 'rloii. "roTICE is be ehi civ-n thvt to iN after ihe ex, i ation o! flfieen day f.-om th first day ut p'iliii'j.:tion o' thi notice llifi undersigned will applv to tlie Governor or Acting li..-veri.or of tut Tor ri or fri pardon for this offtinc- of hicll nav roLbjry torwhich be wse iodicted ar-d plead n Ity in tha rliHtrKt cotrri of Maiicopa conntv in October lnnt, JAK3 LAT-SES . Attgtsi I5th, Tfg-i. Intel nrtfi!9n tow no5iauicH Next Door to Mint Saloon, Washington St., Phoenex LEUUC, P :oprIoror. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT.! All person? knowing . iheniselves to bo indebted j to GOLD MAX & CO., arc requested to settl? up by September 1 st, 1 884i'ailu save cost. We mean what we S33-. G0LDMAX & CO. PKC.FK8SIONAI. I Jm:KT Mll.I-AV. 1 i t irv Pub ic. T. '. IIixk: HrlSi-i-AV & HEME, Attorneys ami Counselors At L'W, and Real A"f7fj Agentf I'KKNIX. A IZO.NA ''ha w k ttnr, Joeeif cauprki.i. CoX & CAMPBSLL, Attorneys at Law a7OKFirE In Irvir.e but Id it. g. . M, TWritU. TV. A. H A HCUCKs . w. i KKNNHaW TWEED, HANCOCK & C REMSHAW, Attorn eys-at-L.aw. dl.inid b:,HM ss nid! a spcj'laliiy.jjp' 111 OCX IX. AKIZe.V.t. H. N. ALEXANDER, Attorn ey-at-La w. OFF1CV Irvine's Block. Room 1. PufF.flX, Ar.I7.l)K S. O. R1 On FORD, 0 Kr'M E-l'l A kKI.I.OU,53t ' (.alifoin a street, NAX rit.tXCIM.tO. J , , 1 alsap. A . ' U At ZR ALSAP &. BAKER, Aitcrssn and ConnSsIsn at lav. el'Hi r OM t onrl IHsimi'. Phoenix. A. T. JVIrtS. E. A. INGALLS ,M.D. Phvsic.'an and Oculist. -I iv 1 ti-ieM und IHt?a-ft of Wecnen Jftice ei.st Vt'asti into on in ti. HERBERT R: PATR CK. Civil Enginee", C. ri'iiiiy tiiternt purveyor for Ariz it a. Subdivision of Isnil n specialty. OlHce Oppi.site Post Oilicc. 0. J. TIIIH0DO. M. D. 'fifif AFOIHSAS? AXD DEALIUi ISi DRUGS. MEDICINES. ANO TCLET ARTC Perfumery, Brushes, etc. 01'Psite the Postoffice. E. WHARTON, M. D., U. S. Examining Surgeon, ONKI0R AND IHsrF.NSAKY : iJarcs St., near Maricopa St, PHCKMX, APiIZ("A R;E.LIQHToURNEv M-D-Physlcian snd Surgeon Oil! re an1 R: f-Mcr.ce nearly otposi!e tlie new Lemon linn-, Was-h- PIIOLIX - - Arizona C. F. BAfLEY, Late U, S. Receiver 3f Public RToneys. TAt PATKST AKO CLAIM AOST J ar.d Attunty. Iso, 114 i amp street, P. O. box 1. Tacroii. P'ttMueSi under (7. Land t a-A's a special-y- loblSleineggsr HiMMIMWi9a Weshlngrtcn Street, Be low the Postoffic, PHCENIX - - AKIZCINA. Former Assaycr f.-r ('evtrf.l Aiizoen Al t'ninfr -Co., Vultuie. TERMS REASONABLE! ASSAYS KELIABLE! --p nmp: Iv. Sewfi g MachitiO "eed!e, all ki ids. ptr d z 'n. 6'H: Shmtlee for Knnillv Sin; r. enrh Jl.W Shmttes ti - tbei Muchitie. euco 1 50 A we e have.ii" jrcctp, w- wl'l ret ii Mairliioer d'r c- ly f ouffinrTnc-on ranch. Corr np iudiicp soliriied fn ui panics wish m g to purctiHH. .icmc-.uer, it i no Px:i,Tiinnt to hay a Otr.ifine ifinpr. Add i u.: bs(-Ki; ji x o. Tureou. A. T. j. li SHRIVER land YS, ClOlKiTlfiiAlCmORl. -AN D- is..:iav4 Plans and Specifications I'cr uisJietl. Kstirnntps Made ou AH Kinds of Buildings. Pesntrncr nortliwesi enrtn-r of Arlamr and Mtirit'oua sir. . t- '"to' iij, Arizuns. Airr iices km im. 100 Colurrns snr' 100 E g avjj tacft Is'tc. 43rd Year $1 50 A Year. S t d three 2e. Flai rs f- r nmvin cot y fl'nrii ii '' ' rtnnn) of iU Ci'lesi and Best Afl'icuiturpl Jou.ti3t in ihe w rid. O UNSE JUDO CO . dav:dwjubi' Pros. 751 Broiit!r' X . V . Fine Kreui h corsets made to orde- i also, a Fit neb system of (iress. tui litijs 10H2h. Mrs. ST. I . Mi'In'vie. 1,1 m ii H. tel, n. "in 16; one ujott'ii' uie. s-tu ill .MijgTlloFKilliaiiili t Maricopa, A . T. Shipping Mark, S. Sl K. . MR5.F.M. CLABK, CHI L L I H E R Y ) wmm ALSO Fancy Goods. LaleU Sty'et Aeto Good, nnd Sati fuction Ounranteetl. First Door West of Gregory House Phoenix, Ariz. CO TO W F. IfclTULTY'S- Dry Goods. Furnishiug Goods Clt.il it g, Groceries, i. arncd nd Dried Fruits, Hardware of all Kinds, No tions, Cigars, Tobaccos, And ALL Kf SDH OF Q?:is:kp.at. MkrcitandiskI Airenl rur Siuser Sirwii'K 31a eliinea1. Ploenii Nursery. M'et Washington Street. PHOENIX ...... AKIZON A. Frail ui Craaaantal Irsas ef All lids Grape Cuttings, Etc. at lowest cash prices: R . E. Farrington, Proprietor. OlHHOlutlon X ire. "VT OTICK ig her bv riven that toe ro- a 'I partneithip her. to fur e eii8 loir bs I Iwreen E M. Mi. is and W. cnentris; hatn, in the furniLnre bttiues. Is th day dlssi tved b mutual entieiit . V. W . t rrvst eiiM, E M. ILI.S Phoenls. A. T. AUEU't S, lde4. Tho hnfl-iets will be continued at the old stand b myself. V. W. C'lNNI.NUHUM. Phoenix Hotel, C. SALARI, Prop. North Side of Washington Street ! Ab.ive the Plazi. PHOENIX, A. T Private Boardim Wormser Block, PHOENX. A. T. Irs. A. L BRIGHT, Prep. Tbe cooking will be elenn ar.d pure, and the tible will be sttrjiied wilh the best lb market affoid.s. Terms J6 per week. Pacific' Restaurant. WASHINGTON ST, PHCENIX. Next Door toMinith's Mew Building. ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN. . .... - Private Rooms for Ladies and. Gentlemen. Everything on the Table" ihe Mar ket affords. lo Chinese Cooks employed. ANTONIO RO!yiO,Prop. DO YOU KN N THAT LORIL ARB'S CLIMAX PLUG TOBACCO With Ke.t '!i:i Tar; I.fir If in i tjt Ohewlng; !liavy 'I'ppiii!; Ht;d Btaek. Brow n nnd Ydlnw " V . ? nrr ihe betft nnd ccatiest, quality t'.nns-.d.tted ? au7 lj w Pitkin &, Thomas 45 So 2d Street. Ftiliad'a. Pa Sealsrs ia Sldard Araj Sloths, Bsck AND CLOTHING. atsn a 1-ifiC l n..r.itirijr nir einthlnr ifi.ld rar 'il tii.ip itieri. e.oti!.! t n.g !' iJavmrv iivercoHtal'ati s. icket.s. T a. k t'onib. Pieuted ami piuiu Blmtsr in p r feci oid'-r anil verr rlien:.. i 1m). tan dan Army Ittnn. etw, Knbbitr IPsnkets, Jic. tw ind.'.8l-r ARCADE lln'-ina 1 1 used h Fii;c Hrrweti I j.ru ftii ty jirepnred 't'lp.V Hit peo le of S;i 't Hivt r ' Valicy with the tiiiet-l. by the Keg nrl H"tte. - On promptly rPiod. MICHEL V.'UliCH. r of T :.oT, orA IICD OK s'JOf.FK. fto-n X.J llie Alttntrt v. isir'-h. x 'fi'-l t- ni , ii Jul' IV'ij, I P. ot.. t'-ti-sis. 4r.i ihoa. IS tiar.di bijih ir.id tfrrit-H nip; Oi. r I.-ai Ijcrt. Ii I.an- l.t'-fc, i round lh' t tml, 'l br Ri.ff n w' w til be pen. ft.rlhr ictnri f ill i 'fi J. K. iht, .v,rnitx t V'ib1 oonir, , tr In Goidmen i'e , l 'ie. . nljr. A. "' , or fo ir)lo.mil' n ( I eit o their r u-ci J.tJ- SWEENEY & CC- bolesak- and Itetsil tl-i " Eset Port, Veal, Msttea Elc PIKKMX, A. T. Corner ot Washington & Ctitr f TEDROVV'S BOSS SALOON : ; AN D : CARD TJOOSVK Washington Street, three doors went! of Montezuma ftrot t. PHCENIX, - - ARIZONA-' tn .as i- H 5Ci Ji? - &s.f W " S J3 A 5 if f Et ? S 2 o a 2 - m &3 3 tn r-i C3 O c 2 ir So S 2 5 6 S3 i 3-3 t I CD r. e t 1 " -. 'j rt r tr. . . j 3 sis.?? a " " t'TJ S B 3 H. i t m CASH IVEN'AVAV ff .,, ,,..,...,. .i,J o.i. i..g ab jvp aniomit, olicretl p y i.lnokwe:! s i r- . Liuu lyuiiwr w., u:usv VUSITC ...,"'-..:,. t 0 ctiidiUous on which tnei r-remiurus ar to tio' J warded: All bags luum bear our onstoa'.. : H'tii iiurnani iaoci, I Camion is'otice.' Tue iv I tectireiy in a package i ' of render, and number of ly marked on tlie outslduA prepaid. CrmteXLclo i Rorrt: HiEes f..ouid be forwarded Ii;. must reach us at Pnrbnru not i bir JSfA. No matter where y yottr packiure, advise usbyma . dona so, Rpld state the mniit Knrfii?s of nrce5:5t'iili"''''f-stiW of baps returned, wtll be pub. . Boon. Herald: New York, Hei phis. T.mrn; Pnrhnm, N. C, Sett Orlenns, Timtx-Temorraj. f rpiirrr: Chicsfco, Daily 2ei Chronirle. Address, Dlackwkli.'s JirnwM lcriTiM. V. C.V ETerv Bt-nnitte pnckagB bs pi 4 -See our next announcf I Hi i. just what its n;j Purely Vegetable ects directly upon tX th raanv cliseases in' portant organ, and f cicroas silmwiis tj ocrangeti or i rv P i the Lr.ef must SB. BAHTOSi)"! Invtsrorates Ihe els, Strcnglherj Blood. AjsistsI Is a Household Family llodiciui . 13. 8AKF0-2'9 I i An experience rf P ; SH7K?s ff TesHm-niolK yon PM.T? FT ALT. DK. For fr.'l mtoni"' mi ( PSMRiolt ci t" e '" t."--DitlAJiVOBn lit ue. a ry -' . -1- : i .rf'l To bocur.niilc 1.