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THE HERALD. Kates of Subscription. Per Week .....25 eta Six Months.. 5.00 One Year 10.00 Three Mon'hs .'.. ...$1.25 Six Months 2 00 One Year in A Jvance 4.00 Same on time.. T 5.00 api.t at thk officr fok tsbti8iko ani Job Rate. This paner on file at all tht 'nnclpal spaper Agciicieais ban jJTanciscr eastern Cities. No agent, employe or other person authorized to contract bill on account Ji this paper, except on written order oi the proprietor. Thursday, - - Oct. . 18S4. Population of Phoenix. - S.OOO FOR PRESIDENT : JAMES G. BLAINE, OP MAINS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT: JOHN A. LOGAN, OF ILLINOIS. Territorial Ticket. For Congressional Delegate, (). C. BEAN, of Yavapai county. For Supt. PbdHc Instruction, R. L. LONG, of Gila county. - For Joint Councilman 1st District, J, K. AINS WORTH, m of Yavapai county. .Republican County Ticket. Council J- Y..T. Smith . . . ( F. L. Brill, Assembly.. .. -j Fowler, ". Jos. Drew tr. . E- B. KlRKLAND Attorney Jerrt Millay &Se Judge J.J- WlNdAR reorder.. E. H. WINTERS ( R. B. Carley. ipervisors. . . 3 Joh Montgomery loner and Public Administrator .R. is. Lightburnb m 111 TT vcvnr ! man i and men whose interests are so lo cated that all sections' will fare equally well at their Iiands. More than that, they are both men of such character and business standing in the community that there is not the slightest question that they will en deavor to do the best that can be done for the whole couniry.and that our interests will be safe in their hands. Bee that the names of John Montgomery and R. B. Carley are on your tickets for Supervisor when you vote on the 4th of November, According to the election procla mation of Governor Tntle a coroner and a coroner and public admlnis trator are to be elected this year. It seems that the "compiled" Jaws of Arizona in one instance provide for two coroners for each county and in another place for a coroner and public administrator. To cover the entire (round Gov. Trifle's proclamation is for the election of a coroner and tor the election of a public administrator also, thereby giving each county two coroners and a public administrator as the bungled compilation of stuff mis named"laws" seems to try to indicate. iEGISTER AT ONCE. Don't fail to register. The Mining Index, of Tucson, has - gone, over to the Republicans since Head "orated" in the old pueblo. Couldn't stand the cold wave, as it were. The Republican County Central committee s-hculd take notice of Gov.Tritle's election proclamation and fill out their ticket to corres pond with its provisions, viz. make a nomination for a coroner to be elected with the balance of the ticket' The Gazette must have crawled into its bole and drawn the hole ia after it- At any rate it has very regularly failed to put in an appear ance at this office for the past week and we have had to depend on the ability of our devil to rake one up somewhere in town if we got to see our cotemporary at all. In 1883 Cleveland carried New York State for the Democrats by 192,000 majority. In 1883 the Re publicans carried that State by 18,600 majority, a little loss to the Democrats of 211,000 votes in a year. Democratic hove must be exceeding. ly large if, in the face of these facts, they expect Cleveland to carry that State on the 4th of November! Four great big Tucson giants went to the Index office, the other niht to "lick" one poor little edit or who was m bid dreaming of square meals and clean shirts. One of the assailants got out his club and tried to spoil the dream by mashing the skull of the editor be fore he could get up, but somehow the club missed fire,, the editor awoke and said "gif and the four big assailants got. It is not known that they have stopped running up to the present moment. One of the most substantial and uncompromising Democrats of the counfv. one who has ever been in the habit of going a straight ticket and was never known to vote any- thing else, informed us on Saturday that he proposed to vote for C. C Bean at the coflrrsg election. The Btatement was not made for publi cation,' but we take the liberty of using the fact as indicative of how the Territory feels on the matter of Delegate to Congress. There are plenty more gentlemen who will do just as the gentleman whose Btate ment we have given will do. The Gazette makes an attack on Mr. E. H. Winters, the Republican candidate for County Recorder, and attempt to cast a slur on that gen tleman because his business hap pens to be that of keeping a livery and feed stables and the rearing of fine stock. With equal propriety the qualificaliens of the Democratic nominee might be questioned be cause he keeps a garden and door yard and cleans them up with a rake or a hoe. There is some difference between raking np leaves and rais ing onions and keeping the records of the county correctly. We might add that there is some difference between a man making his living by enterprise and a business of his own, as the Republican nominee does, and depending on the pickings of office aod being appointed as a deputy when election fails, as has the Democratic Mormons to their convention, put them on their committees on plat form, gave them projjiintnce in all possible waj-s, and on demand noms inated a Mormon on their ticket for Supervisor, and today the party will cot vote for him proposes to trade him off for a Gentile. In other words the party in this county is openly patting the Mormon citizen on the back and saying: "Bully fel low! we'll staud by you," while it is secretly plotting to keep him out of an office whice he is made to believe was intended for him. Of course this is not "denouncing Mormonism and at the same time assuring Mormons that the talk is ail buncombe," but it is encouraging Mormonism openly and secretly plotting its destruction. Which case is most honorable in the premises; to work secretly against Mormons in general but to cajole them openly for the purpose of obtaining theij votes as the Democr atic party is do ing, or to ope nly denounce the practice of polygamy as rebellion against the laws of the land and haVD it understood that while the Mormons as a people countenance it, they can expect only the earnest opposition of the Republican party TELECRAPH1C. TO destroy the fleet. Taris, Oct. 5 The Telegraph states it has received information that the government intends shortly to call Admiral Courbet from China and has therefore instructed him to destroy the'Chinese fleet in the event of the capture of Kelung failing. A protective association. London, Oct. 5 The membership of the proposed association for the protection of holders of American railway securities will not be limited to members of the stock exchange, but bankers and merchants will be invited to join . The expectation is that one or two private banks with out difficulty will be induced to join nnd support the movement with their names and money. Hundreds of members on 'change attended the meeting yesterday. a grave charge. San Fkaiccisco, Oct 5 Rev. Mr. nominee for the Morrison, late Grmid Recorder and majority of the time he has been in the county. at present Grand Counsellor of the Order of Chosen Friends, and a well known physician ana Episcopal minister, was arrested yesterday on "You will now and then see in a I a charge of foijrerv. The storv of Republican paper the brazen asser- the crime charged is that Dr. Mor- Iiob that their party is the protector I . ,, . , ,, ... of the country; of labor, etc. They "son was the orgaoizer of Califor- roreet that it was the .Democratic ula cuuul;l1 w "ll;u uaic cuarier party that protected the country members, four of whom weie dum- against Great Britain, against Mex- mieSor imaginary persons for whom ico, against China, against "Amen- r t u jj , - can Empire," against Austria, and Dr- Prison has paid dues and as against all enemies." Courier. sessmeiits since the organization. Suppose the above to be all true, Tw0 f the mies have been re- I nnrtpn noun, nnn hv mpans nf fnrp-en it strikes us that the Courier places death underta-kers certificates, its party somewhat in the position r. Morrison has collected $3,000 that one of old named Judas occu pied, for it seems that at the present day that parly is trying with might j and main to deliver the country Into the hands of Great Britain and for each death in the n;:me of the fictitious beneficiary. He was en abled to make the peiforanee of his crime easier by the fact that he has acted as medical examiner for the council. The reported death of the China by opening the gates of the third case was suspiciously similar country to floods of cheap mauufac- to lhe two previous ones and led the . . , . . , , , . , . i in mi una uiuit & (fc suill 111 vcsli.i lures LUttl win urive uur lucruunmcs i tion, which resulted in the discovery iruuiuieir worn, s.iops. uur epiuneiK ((f he f , auJ t,ebcri b.(, amJ (he con irom tueir looms, our tiiueiuahers sequent arre-t of the perpetrator from their benches and give our I Dr. Morrison denies all criminal in- trailp nr. tho nn lianrl into the lent ana claims to he Hie victim of control of Great Britain and on the other band into the hands of the heathen Chinee. It is not what a man was onee but what be is note that determins the people's estimate of him, and so with a party. We forget what it was, because of what it is. We borrowed a Gazette today from a friend and in. it we found this fling at the Republican candi dates: "It is ren.arkable to what an ex tent the Republican ticket is made up of new, inexperienced, and un tried men. The older citizens were cast aside to make way for the new ring of political manipulators, whom the people universally view with distrust, regardless of party affilia tion." The above is noticeable only for one thing, and that is its attempt to mislead those who may haps pen to read it. We wish to assure the would-be Democratic organ that he older Republicans themselves took the matter in hand to give the a conspiaacy of enemies. THE ENTHUSIASM EXHAUSTED. Albanv, Oct Ji Governor Cleve land arrived here early this morn ing after a quiet trip from Buffalo. No demonstration w as made upon his return. GUNBOATS ATTACKED. London, Oct. 5 Advices from Hanoi to-day stale tli .t the gun boats Mosqueton, Massne and Hach, while cruising in advance of a par ty which was reconoitei iug in the valley of Cochran, was attacked by Chinese regulars. One French offi cer was killed and forty wounded. Reinforcements have already arriv ed at the scene of the encounter and others are on their way. a town of paupers. Rome, Oct.- 5 Mauy complaints of distress have been received from Specia because of the cholera cordon which causes the town to fill with paupers, lhe town will require re lief from the national government again ordered to leave. Nashville, Oct. 5 Since the Mormon converts in Lewis county The Republican nominees for Su. perviso.rs for the county are pecul iarly fit for the place. They are justly taken from the two most im portant sections of the county; are men who are recognized as among the most prosperous and solid men among us. Both Mr. Montgom ery and Mr. Carley are old settlers, closely connected with the history of the county tines it inception, i pacific coast failures. San Francisco, Oct. 5 Bradstreet merchantile agency reports twelve failures in the Pacific coast States and Territories for the week ending yesterday, as compared with t ei: of the Drevious week and twenty for peopie goou, fcuobianuai men wuose the corresponding week in 1S83. interests in the county give them as much right to have a voice in its government or to administer its offices as though they were fossils were ordered to leave on pain of of a hundred years standing and had meeting a fate similar to that of the two elders who were shot down, many ot them have departed fo other states and others are prepare Again the young Republican ncm- jng to follow. Some of them have inees will compare favorably with I renounced their faith in order to any of the Democratic nominees Bavu lueinscivts houj uuuuie. a . ., . . ,. - . second notice has been posted warns i mi; ail inuiuiuuii bVJ uepuiL iiuuieui- .uxgray -m,! uonuoeu u. me , ff . conseouences people. MjA for man the people They are greatly alarmed and it is should carefully compare the Re- thought nearly all ol them will go. publican ticket with the Democratic Bancroft, the historian. ticket in this respect. JNewpokt, R. I., Oct 5 Bancroft, the historian, celebrated the 84th The Phoenix Herald admits anniversary of his birth to day. there are Democrats who "can't go Congratulaiions from all parts of polygamy, anu it is iigui in one nI.1 r,,,red in. The reren bummed their living around public office the whole time. sense. JNo uemocrai oeneves in de nouncing Mormonism and at ttie same time assuring Mormons that their talk is all buncombe. Demo crats are the only ones who have tried to stop polygamy, miscegena tion and other degrading habits. It is under Reoublican rule that these things have flourished." Prescott Courier. (Democratic; The above is too good to pass. Let us see how it will fit the facts in the case in this county, ine Demo cratic party of the county admitted tion was largely attended and was a delightful affair. Bancroft received from cottagers many floral devices. Mrs. Anna Lodge, mother of Henry Cabot Lodge, sent a wreath, as also did many other distinguished ladies. The celebration was quiet, owing to the indisposition of Mrs. Bancrolt, who all day was compelled to keep her room. A GERMAN CENTENNIAL. New York, Oct. S Arrangements are being made at Sttinway and Leiderkranz Halls for the centen nial celebration of the German So ciety of New York. The program at Steinway Hall includes speeches by Carl Schurz on the history and beneficial work of the Ger man So ciety and by President White, of Cornell University, on German im migration and its influence in the development ot this country. The Liederkranz and Anon Societies will furnish a choir of 160 voices, and will sing appropriat selections. At the close all present will join in singing the old German hymn, com posed in 1849, "Now let us All Sing Praise to God." In the evening a dinner will be given in the hall of the society and toats proposed. A RESISTLESS OUTLAW. . San Francisco, Oct. 7 A special to the Chronicle from New York says: A Nuevo Laredo, jlexico, special to the Woild says: A reiirn of terror has prevailed here for the past tw enty-four hours, and luind eds of persons have fled from the city. The alarm grew out of a re port that a desperate and bloody brigand, "EI Coyote," had gather ed 100 followers from the mountain fastnessess for the purpose of sack ing the city and rescuing from jaii about a dozen of his fellow murder ers wb.i were under arrest. A panic seized possession of the populace; all who could, sought safety by flee ii.g to the American side. The au thorities immediately took steps to resistand hurried preparations are beini-made to meet them". Later information states that "El Coyote" had arrived at Barranca. Reports have been received at that point of a desperate fight be' tween Coyote's gang and the citizens of Salinas, in which twenty persons, including the Alcalde, were killed. Three youcg women were maltreat ed and then killed. The ouilaws are aided by the ruffianly element of Salinas. The latest intelligence is that "El Coyote" is bivouacked at Villa M!dana, with 200 men, ai d it is now feared the government forces are not strong enough to resist them Terrible news is expected. FRANK HATTON'S ELEVATION. Washington, Oct. 7 Frank Hat- ton has been designnti d by the Pres ident to Act as Postmaster General for ten days from yesteroay, OVATIONS TO 1.CG4S. Charleston, W. Va., Oct. 7 Gen John A. Logan and suite arrived here from Huntingion, en route through the souther n part of the State. Large crowds greeted the gentlemen all along the route. Gen. Logan stepped off here and made a spe ch to a large crowd, and left two hours later. He will stop at all the towns up the'valler and through to the Virginia line. There was much enthusiasm demons! rated and the speaker, Hon. J. G. Carlisle, passed through the city this morning en route to Point Pleasant, where he speaks to-day. A GRAVE CHARGE. San Francisco, Oct. 7 D. M. Burns, secretary of State during Gov. Perkin's administration, who is charged by Controller Dunn with having embi zzled thirty-one thou sand dollars of government money, surrendered yesterday afternoon. He denies being gurUy of the charges and says the money, was taken by Thos. H. Reynolds, his assistant. He will be taken to Sacramento this morning. a windfall. San Francisco, Oct. 7. Jack Jacobs, well known about the streets of San Francisco, who gamed a living by peddling cigars and doing odd jobs, has received information, together with a draft for 2,000, that he has succeeded to an inheritance of $3,600,000 left by a brother who died in Loudon. Jacobs, during his struggles with poverty, had from time to time borrowed small sums of money from merchants, aggregating , about f 600. So soon as he obtained funds he pr ceeded to repay those who had befriended him iu time of need. Some of those loans, dated back years ago . THE MURDERER HIDDEN. San Francisco, Oct. 7 Up to this morning all efforts to find McCarthy who, after the Republican parade on Saturday night shot and killed Thos. J. Crosby, have been fruitless. His relatives profess to be ignorant of his whereabouts. It is now claimed that Crosby gushed McCarthy on the head with his sword and that it was this that induced him to shoot. CHOLERA IN ITALY. Rome, Oct. 7 During the past 24 hours 36 fresh cases of cholera have been reported and four deaths. At Naples and Genoa 27 fresh cases and 22 deaths have been reported. Advices from Madrid states there have been no fresh ease of cholera or deaths reported in Spain during the past twenty-four hours. PARLIAMENT TO BE OPENED. London, Oct. 7 Gladstone has issued a circular notifying his sup porters to attend the opening of Par liament, as he proposes at the earli- e.-t moment to submit important business for the consideration of that body. his faihei is in fact coining to this country, but the visit is exclusively domestic and will be of short dura tion. FOR FORGERY. Elko, Nev., Oct. 7 Charles Rob erts pleaded guilty to forgery this morning and was sentei ced to one year in the State prison. '"'Roberts, whose leal name is Lennox, forged the name of the general superintend-, ent. of the Central Pacific rail load to a pass and attempsed to travel on it from Battle Mountain to Ogden. He was formerly an operator for the company at Elk Grove. arrested. San Francisco, Oct. 7 McCar thy, the murderer of Crosby, was ar resied this evening. He claims the act was done in self defense. PROFESSIONAL J. E. WHARTON, IVi, 0., U. S. Examining Surgeon, OFFICE AND DISPENSARY : Adams St., near Maricopa St., PHCENIX, ARIZONA R E LIGHTGURWE, M-D- Physician and Surgeon Office and Residence nearly opposite the new Lemon Hotel, Wash ington Street. PHOENIX - - Arizona. Horticultural Letter. Ed. Herald: Observation teach es everyone who has given the mat ter consideration that melons and squashes grown in this hot climate are inferior to those grown north Most people have settled down to the conviction that it is impossible to raise as good squashes and mel ons here as north. We believe by the proper method much better ones caa be grown here than ever have been and a little cheap experiment ing will test the matter. Nearly all vegetables deteriorate in a hot climate, if grown year after year without importing seed from the north. Beside that cause bees are so numerous here they work on first one species of vine blossom and then another, and thus they hybrid ize squashes, melons, and cucum bers, and last, but not least, they bring the pollen from the bitter wild gourd from the plairfs and give our melons their flavor. The remedy would be to import seed from the north. There is ample time to obtain seed through the kindness of friends In the north, who would gladly do us this favor when writinglo us. Another rem edy is to plant the different kinds of melons so far apart that they will not mix. A great many Mexicans plant their water melons, musk rati ons pumpkins and squashes all to gether, so that the vines intermingle It is no unusual thing to hear an argument at a Mexican wagon, as to whether a certain melon is a pump kin or a muskmeion. Beans are another luxury that many nave despaired of having in perfection here. La.-t spring we sent east and got a 25 cent package of the German wax bean, (the best va riety grown), and we had a crop of as tender and luscious snap bean as we ever ate in any northern state. If we had raised enough ol them, we could have laid all the Chiuamcn iu the valley in the shade in the bean traffic. Do not despair ot good vegetables too hastily: but let us experiment and when successful make it known Observer. Two gentlemen from Phoenix fol lowed a horse thief from that place. and captured him about eighteen mi.es this side of Tucson. He was rid in sr the stolen horse at the time of the capture, confessed the theft and told his captors they could kill him if they desired to, ns he had no special desire to live. They brought him back as far as Florence and left him in our jail as they were worn out and did not care to have the trouble of taking him back to Pho nix. Florence Enterprise. A block of ore, weighing 400 pounds and assaving 30 per cent copper, has been taken out of the Old Globe mine and will figure in Gi!a county exhibit at the New Orleans exposition. Silver Belt. ft!Ss THE GREAT ,-ff bERMAN REEO i Jerrt Mili.ay. T. V. HrNE. Notary Public. Civil Engineer SY.liL.AY & HiNE, Attorneys ami Counselors At Law, and Real Kstate Agents. 1VICENIX. - - ' A1IZONA HANK COX, JoriKPH CAMPBELL CoX & CA?1PBELL, Attorneys at Law fci?-OFFICE J" Irvine building. O.A.TWEED. w.a.Hancock, j. W. CRENSHAW TWEED, HANCOCK CRENSHAW, Attorneys -at-Law. jLand busi-iK-ss made a speciality. PiKESIS. AitiZOSA. & H. N. ALEXANDER, . Attorney-at-Law. OFFICE Irvine's Block, Room Phoenix, Arizona o S. O. IOnFQ RD, Allomw and (talcr at Law, rii('K-F & KKLLOU, 530 Ualiiorn'a street, SAX KRAXCWCO. J. T. Alsap, A. C. Baker ALSAP & BAKER, Alters and CaxmSsIors. at Law, OFFICE OIil Court !I!ousr. Phoenix. A. T. SUnS. E. A. ING ALLS ,fv1.D. Physician and Oculist. GIVES siecifll att'riir.on o Oliste trirsuntl SisctM'Sf Wonien Office east Washington street. C E. DAfLEY, Late U, S. Receiver of Pubiic iYioneys, AND PATENT .A "D CLAIM. AGFXT under Y JUi and Attorney. 5o. 114 Camp street, P. O. box 1i. Tucson. Tiuslness U. S. Land Laws a specialty. HERBERT R. PATRICK, Civil Engineer, II. Slepuly TJinerrl Surveyor for Arizona. Subdivision of land a specialty. Office Opposite Post Office. O. J. TIIIBODO, M. D. DOTTani-ISf AFOTHCARY AND DEALElt IX DRUGS, MEDICINES. AND TOILET ARTC Perfumery. Brushes, etc. Opposite tlie t'ostoffice. mporian orrespondence TO THE People of Phoenix and Salt River Valley. San Francisco, Cal., Oct. 3, 1884. Messrs. Dillon & Kenealy, Los Angeles, Cal. Gentlemen: Your bid of 553c on the dolls for the stock of Alston Brown & Co. has bee accepted. Your s etc., ; James Grant, Assignee. luos Angeles, Cal., Oct. 5, 1884. James Grant, Esq., Assignee for Alston Brown & Q Dear Sir: Yours of the 5th instant receive! We shall give our immediate attention to tl stock of Alston Brown & Co. The entire stoc will be shipped directly to Phoenix, A. T., v Maricopa. Yours etc. Dillon & Kenealy. The above correspondence needs no expiation. It distinct and positive. The stock in question amoun in round numbers, to S 19,420.00, and consists Dry tioods, . Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Mats, etc., etq Purchased for 50 1 -2c on the Dollar. The entire stc together with the residue of the stock of E. Dillon &G will" be offered for sale to the people of Phoenix ai surrounding valley, at Smith's new building on or abc October 15th. By order Election Proclamation. Robt. Sieinegger mmm Washington Street, Be low the Postoffice, PHCENIX - - ARIZONA. Former Assayer fur Central Arizoaa Mining Co., Vulture. TERMS REASONABLE ! ASSAYS RELIABLE! for DFvxiBar. CURES Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Backache, Headache. Toothache. Sore Tliroiit, Swrllfna:, priitri. liruloen. juurn, M'liKfs r roi( ititeft, AND ALL OlMKIt KODILY l'AIN A.NU AdIIS. Sold by DruKiiiiri!l Dealers everywhere. Fifty Cent a dollK.'. Directions iu II Languages. THE t llAl:i.i:s A. VOUULEK CO. Vucoeuon ta A. VOGGLEK&CO-l Baltimore, MlL. U.S Admiuiftratrix Notice. Estate Aaron J, Macdo.vald, Deceased. XT OTft'E IS HEREBY" GIYKN hv the .1 underHitriu'd, administratrix of th'i eetnte of Aaron J. MficdoriHld dect aed, to the creditora oi, and 1.11 persons having claims asrainst the aid deceased, to ex hibit them w ith the necessary vouchers, witntn tour montns alter tne nrst publi cation of tbia notice, to the suid admin istratrix at -Mesa C'.ty, Maricopa county. a. i., or to a , .Macaonaia ot ttie same place, in the said county of Maricopa JULIA A. M.CDONALD, Administratrix of estate of Aaron. J. fllacdouald, deceased. Dated at Mesa City, A. T. t-'eptember fitn, 1BS4. sepa-im it g 6 si I .Dissolution Xoriee. "VTOTICli: is hereby given tliat the firm .A.- oi oas. lMCL'anny a: uo., uerutoiure M it m Washington Street, oppo site Court ITuuse, has run for FIVE YEARS. OLDEST and REST Eating House Teriiitort OF ARiZON'a, 1 Executive Debarment, . Office of the Governor. J To li persons whom it may contra, Greeting: WrHERE AS Under an act. of the !eg- illative assemblv. Territory of Ari zona, entitled An Act to provide lor gener al and special elections, it s provided: that there shall lie held hroughout the terr tory of Arizona, on the Tue-oay alter the first .Vonday in Novemb-T. A. 1)., 1STJ, and eve-j two yenrs tlierearter.au e.f etion for members of the legisla ive as sembly and such i ther officers us mav be required by law, to be cnosen at such ejec tion . And Wmus.ts. It is further provided in tid act. that n shall be lhe duty of the oiovernor at least thirty dm s before soy general cleciior. to issue his uroclamii- iion. desitrruitins; the olttces to be filled at ouch tiocti m, - ' ow, i iiukefoise, I, P. A.Tri.le, gov ernor of the the Territory- of Arizona in pursuance of the duty enjoined upon me, do hereby order a gem-ral election to be held on the Tuesday after the first Monday, being the 4:h day of No vember. A . !., ISti-l- and designate the of rices to be filled at said election as fol lows, to-wit : One (1) delegate to the forty-ninth con gress of ihe United stales, One (1) superintend jut of nublic in. Btru -tton Twelve (12) members of the council of the legislative assembly of the territory. Twenty-four (St) members ol the house of representatives of the legislative assem bly of the t- lrltory Apportioned under an act entitled "An Act fixing the apportionment for members bers of the lngislative assemblv of the territory of Ariz-ma. ' approved March Tth lecw. as loiiows, to wit: Apache Oumy One (1) member of lhe council, and two (2) members ofihe house ol represeniatives. j oocnise onnty One (1) member of the council ami nve (a) memuers of the heus of representatives. Gila County One (1) memoer of the council and one (1) member of tha house of representatives. Graham t ouuty One (1) member of the council, and one (1) member of the house oi representatives. Maricopa t'ouniy One (1) member of the the bound! and two fa) members of irS B H KAT I I union $s eneaii w SOLID EASTERN FURNITURE ! ! Imported Direct from the Maninf: tory in Car-Load Lots. Bill, tats, Wa iUI THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF RlO!CKlERlYt.X(LASS7lAn!E, AT THE LOWEST PRICES. SUICIDE FOR $100. San Fkancisco, Oct. 7 DeLiile. col lector for the French National League in this city, was fouud to be short $100 in his accounts. On the discovery of his defection he com mitte'i suicide by taking poison. cable broken. Londom, Oct.. 7 Bennett Mackey cable which was only recently laid between Europe and America is broken. It is supposed the break age was CHUsed bv icebergs. NOT FOR POLITICS . London, Oct, 7 Poullney Bigelow writes to the standard denying the statement that his father is coming lo England for the purpose of obn tnining mney to advance Cleve land's election to the Presidency and further the cause of free trade in the United States. Biglow snys engaged in thebusiness of blackmithing, j norsesr-oetng, and general i epairmg nas this day been dissolved by mutual cou sent, Mr. Jas. McCarthy retiring from the same. The books and accounts of the firm may De iountl in tde bands ol uernard uoid man witn whom settlement of alt out standing accounts wiit ho ade lmmedi ately to close im the bu-iness JAS. McCAUTHY & CO. Phoenix, Oct. 7, 1884. in Town. Sets best table in the city. Sinsrle meals Three meal tickets . .50otc 1 00 the house of representatives. Mohave Count One CI member of the council, and one (1) member of the house oi representatives. Pima County One (1) member of the council and live (5) members of the house of repri sentatives. Pinal County One(l) member of conncil and one (1) member of the house of retire eentativi s. Vav ipai Co nty One (l;member of the council, and live (5) members of the house Of representaiixes . Yuim Couutv Oi:e (1) member of the council and or.e (1) member ofthehuus-r of representai ivee. l he county of Yavapai shall elect onc (1) member of the council j.untlv with the coniriee of Yuma, Mohave, Ap-irho and M.-tricopu: and tne county ol Ctieiii-e sha! 1 elect or e (1) member of the council jointly w ith the counties of tirah-im. Cila, Pinai and 1'ima. Also there shall t.e elected In each conn ty of 'he territory two members of the board of supervisors, excepting in the county of Yuma three sh.-dl he elected, owing to the resignation of the long term member. Also, in each county one fl) sheriff, one (1) cistrict attorney one 1 county re corder, one 11 probate iudtre. one tl) treasurer one(l) surveyor, one (1) coroner ami one (I) public administrator. Also in each election precinct in each county, one tr; ana not more than two 2 constables. A so, in each tow nship two f-ii justices oi tne e-eace; and wllere more than eight hundred p.rsous reside in a township, such fact to be ascertained by the board ol supervisors, one HI adi.iiional justice of the peace mav be elected. I. Witness Wiiekkof, I nave hrre nnt ' set my hand and altixed the ert-eat seai of the territorv of Ari- (SEAL) zona. IJ lie at Prescott this 2Jud (lav ot September, A, 1). lss. Attest: " P. A. TRITLE. J. F. lioswicK, Governor of Arizona. Acting Secretary. Sn Fact, a Full Line of Everythin Necessary for Housekeeping:. :urniture & Upholstery Repaired 153 COUNTRY ORDERS SOLICITED. 0 mmm Tombstone & Phoenix, HE MI PHOENIX GASH STORE, NO. 79 WASHINGTON ST..OPP. PLAZA. 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