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iT A MOBFCSiZl, Edltci ojLa Pxopxlctoz. Kates of Subscription. 33il3r Kaiald: Per Week . 25 cti Six Month S 5.00 One Year .- 10.00 Three Monti $1.25 Six Month 8 2.00 One Tear in Advance 4.00 Same on time.............. 5.00 APj"LT AT TB OmCLPOL - ' akti Job Rates. TIBTIBmO This paper on file at all thi Tindpal Newspaper Agencies In San Francisco and K astern Cities . yNo agent, employe or other person CRnihorixRd tn contract bills en account of this paper, except on written order ot tne proprietor. Thursday, - . Oct 1ft. IWM Popnlatioa of Phoenix. - 3.000 FOR PRESIDENT : JAMES G. BLAINE, OF MAINS. . FOR Y1CK PRESIDENT : JOHN A. LOGAN, OF ILLINOIS. Territorial Tiehet. For Congressional Delegate, C. C. BEAN, of Yavapai county. For Supt. Peblic Instruction, R. L. LONG, of Gila county. For Joint Councilman 1st District, J, K. AINSWORTH, of Yavapai county. Kepublimn County Ticket. Council J. Y.T. Smith ( F. L. Brill, Assembly -J L- Fowler, Sheriff Jos. Drew Treasurer E. B-. Kirkland District Attorney Jerry Millat Probate Judsre J- JWinar Tfj..nrriW E- H. WlNTEKS ( R. B. Carley. - supervisors. . . -i j0HN Montgomery Coroner and Public Administrator R. E. LlGHTBCRNE T. W. HIKE lb. lorB?an and Long." "Yes, we've heard from Ohio. Only 25,000 Republican majority in Ohio. Vet Virginia good fo 4,000 Rc publican majority. Head's speech in Phoenix: left part of my manuscript at home thinking that there would be other speakers here." Who said: "If any five good Dem ocrats would ask me to withdraw, I would do so and leave the Demo cratic partv. I have had all the politics that 1 want." Dr. W. W. Jones has placed hims self on record as opposed to the building of railroads in the Territo ry. Does the Territory want an enemy - of iu business interests to administer its offices? Mr. W. R. Morris asks the peo ple of this county to make him County Recorder. He has been a citizen of the county at out. two yean and has held office all that time. In fact, he did not become a citizen ef the county till it struck him that he wanted an office. The Democratic candidate for Supervisor, Mr. H. H. Linville, pledges himself to a reduction of taxes in the county, which, he says, is "very much needed." An honest man in God's noblest work. How many more of the Democratic can didates are there that would so can' did ly acknowledge the facts of the mismanagement of our county affairs. Will the Gazette explain what it meant in yesterday's issue when said "What was the occasion of Mr. Bean's attack upon -the Jews last night?" No man, woman or child present on the occasion heard Mr Bean make an "attack" on the Jews or speak In a slight manner of them in any way. Will our gnat-strain Ing cotemporaryexp3aiii wherein the aitack consisted ?" The Democratic candidates for the lower house of the legislature don't seem to agree on the water question. Armstrong says he will examine the water laws of some other country, and if he thinks they are what wa need be will try to have them made a law for this country. Smith says that the water business is all right now, aud that be shall not meddle with it. If Dr. W. W. Jones expects to re ceive Ihe support of the people of this valley for the office of Superin tendent of Public Instruction, if he wishes to receive the support of the people of the Territory he will have to drop the old fogy idea of "keep out the railroad" which-he attempt ed to practice as a member of the committee oo platform at the coun -ty Democratic convention. The peo ple of the valley hardly expected such a course to be taken by sucb a man as Dr. Jones. But he has dis appointed them.- He shows by his action that he is an enemy to the bu&iness interests of the Territory and that he would continue it in the ''backwoods" if he had the power. Is "enterprise" of this kind the Doctor's recommendation to the peo ple for their suffrage? The Democratic candidates who have been traveling about the coun ty have used their utmost arts of put oaf-ion to induce their party to "vote the ticket straight," "vote the whole ticket,""vote the ticket solid, etc. A blind following is what Ihey want. They would permit no man to think for himself if they could help it. They want the ticket to be taken without examination, rotten places and all, and swallowed whole, no matter if the result should be general nausea. Let the Democrats, the real Dem ocrats, of Maricopa county take into consideration the condition of our county affairs as a result of the man agement of those who have hereto fore induced them to vote tor the "Democratic party," which meant for the chronic office seekers of that party. Let the Democratic voters consider their men this year. If they are such as will give us the very best county government, such as will reduce our rate of taxation, such as are interested in the mate rial advancement of the whole coun ty, then they can conscientiously vote for them; but if they find that there are other citizens of the county that will more effectually nil the conditions and gain the desires of the county, then it is their duty to themselves to vote outside of party lines. The "eight tiutliful Democrats" who swung around the circle last week, represented to the Mormons it Mesa that the Republicans of the county had declared that the "Mor mons must be eradicated." If this is a sample of their truthfulness, and their truthfulness is an indica tien of their honesty, that "truthful eight" will be able to get away with the whole county in the next two years. The Republicans do say that polygamy must be eradicate!, but outside of that featuie of Mor mon society. Republicans believe a Mormon has as much right to his belief as anybody else. That feature of Mormon doctrine is in open rebellion to the laws of the land and to the instincts of our social organization, and therefore every true citizen of the Republic, be he Republican or Democrat, is oppose to the doctrine of po'ygamy. Only demagogues who want votes pander to it. Mr. R. B. Todd, Democratic nom. inee for the council, thinks we need a railroad. Ml. Todd don't seem to agree in this respect with the so called Democratic organ here, which now proclaims against a railroad and is endeavoring to- discourage that railroad all it can. The lime will come before long when this matter will be remembeied as the position on the Reavis land steal is remembered. The fact is, the organ is stooping to the lowest depths of demagoguery. But a few weeks ago it was advocating a railroad, has been (advocating a railroad all along for the past two years, and now because it happens tn think that certain of the Democratic can didates may lose a vote or two if they advocate a railroad, it caters to that idea for possibly half a dozen votes, deliberately stultifies itself and opposes the business interests of every farmer and business man in the Valley. No wonder Mr. Todd is disgusted and endeavors to re deem the party which the pretended mouth piece has so disgraced. Let the voters of this couoty take notice that the Democratic Counly platform endeavors to dodge the question of bringing a railroad into the valley. To our certain knowl edge a plank was prepared advo, eating a railroad, but was squelched by Hie committee on resolutions at their county convention. Tiie com mittee was composed of Jo Camp bell, Democratic candidate for Pro bate Judge, Dr. W. W. Jones, Dem ocratic candidate for Territorial Su perintendent of Public Instruction, A S. Armstrong, Democratic candi date for the Lower House of the Legislature from this county, and Messrs. Geo. Millar and G. W. Sir. rine, who are not candidates. It will be seen at a glance that the majority of that committee are now candidates before the people of this county, and yet are the men who have struck at the very life of the valley in attempting to kill the proj ect of getting a railroad to us from the outside. Yet these men, who have thus arrayed themselves against the interests of the people are asking for their votes, asking Demociats to vote for them solidly, blindly. Let our Democratic farmers everywhere in the valley make a note of this matter. The facts are stated as they positively arc. There is no exagger atlon about it. Men are asking for your, votes who have secretly at tempted to discourage and drive off any parties who might be thinking of investing their poney in our county in the shape of building a railroad into or through our valley, by endeavoring to create the impres sion that the people of the valley are opposed to a railroad, which they know very well is not the fact. Time and again our people have held meetings to discuss the project of getting a railroad to us. and were always, under all circumstances and ever, unanimously agreed on one thing and that was that vie must have a railroad- Mark these men, Jo Campbell, Dr. W. W. Jones and A. S . Armstrong. They are against improvement. They would continue to grind the farmer down by pre venting him from having a market for his surplus produce. They would cramp our business houses by keep ing out population and preventing them from readily handling their goods and grain and other produce ia which they may deal. They would continue a large portion of our valley a desert by keeping it in such a shape that there is no induce ment for settlers to come in and im prove it. They would keep manu facturing enterprises ont of the val ley. They would relegate the whole community to the dullness and ims becility ' of old-fogyism and blight the fairest portion of Arizona as with a curse, if they could, and that they are trying it, the evidence is iu disputab'e. Are these the men into whose hands we should put our offices? Ara such men as these the ones to legislate for us? Are such men as these the ones to develop our public schools? Are such men as these enemies to the community the men to adjust the m ilters of our widows and orphans? Never. No tt.an with thp interests of the com munity 3t heart can vote for them. Some Idea of the magnitude of the work on the brirlge now being con structed across the Colorado river made be deduced from the follow ing statement made to our reporter the other day : The scribe asked why it was that the piles were not driven faster. "Because," snid our informant, '-they have to be ham mered throu gh a great quantity of stones used in the construction of the old piers on the east side; but the work will progress faster on the west side." We were also told that it took 118 "taps of the immense hammer on one of the pile drivers to force a pile 1 inches into the river's bed; also that in one instance in required a day and three-quarters to drive a single pile. It is no won der, then, that tourists from other parts, whiie waiting for their trains to pull out, are accustomed to utier remarks of surprise concerning the tardiness of the construction of the bridge. Sentinel. Professor J. G. Lemmon and Mrs. Lemmon, the well known enthusi astic scientists in the field of botany, have created quite an impression by their valuable and interesting col lection of the grasses and ferns of Arizona and New Mexico, and the beautiful array of field sketches of new and rare wild floweis, executed in an artistic manner by Mrs. Lem mon. If they should decide upon taking their exhibit to the New Orleans exposition, they would be sure to receive the deserved admiia- tion of thousaads of visitors from all parts of the world Mrs. Lemmon exhibited only fifty of her field sketches of wild flowers. She had a great many more, but she could not obtain the requisite space to display them. Albuquerque Ex. Miners' wages in Bisbee have been reduced from $4 to $ 3.50 per day. ''Kong-h on Toothache t Instant relief for Toothrche, Neu ralgia, Fateuche. Ask for "Rough ob Toothache." 15 &25c. St. Johns, Apache couniy, is to have a Catholic church erected at once. "Kouirh on Itch." "Rough on Itch" cures humors, eruptions, ringworm, teller, salt rheum, frosted feet, chilblains. Pima county claims to lead in the live stock business, and wili market between f300,000 and f 400,000 worth of beef this year. Life Preserver. If you are losing your grip on life, try "Well's Health Renewer." Goes direct to weak spots. The supply of miners at Tomb stone is in excess of the demand, al though about 300 have been em ployed since the strike Pretty Women. Ladies who would retain freshness and vivacity. . Don't fail to try "Well's Health Renewer." Mr. Eccleston, of Tombstone, a first class harness maker and dealer, will exhibit a fine saddle, bridle, pouch, holster?, spurs, and pistol belt, in fact a complete horseman's outfit to be called "The Cowboy's Outfit," at the fsir here in Novem ber. He will also exhibit a number of very fine saddles and some har ness work of great excellence. TELECRAPHIC. OHIO WHOOPS HER UP! ESTIMATED KKPUBJL1CAHI 1IAJOK1TY 20.000 tiood for 40,00 .Majority in X o Tcmber, Special to the Phoenix Herald. Cincinnati. Oct. 14 The total vote of the city is estimated at from 65,000 to 70,000. The Republicans claim the election of both congress men, Butterworlh and Brown, and the entire county ticket. Columbus, Oct. 14, 10 p. m. Four hundred and seventy-one wards and precincts in Ohio show a net Repub- l'can gain of 7,317 votes. The en lire number of wards and precincts in the State is 1,892, and the esti mate at this rate of gain will make the Republican majority between 20,000 and 26,000. Columbus, Oct. 15 Additional returns this morning very materially change the figures of last night. The Republican majority is rapidly increasing as fuller returns come in. Will be able to give a very close estimate on the entire State this afternoon. Columbus, Oct. 15 The Repub licans have elected Congressmen In the First, Second and Twelfth Com. gressional districts. Coluebus, Oct. 15 Johnston, for Superior Court Judge, runs ahead of the' State ticket in Hamilton county and probably in the whole State. Wheeling, W. Va., Oct. 14 The Beytiter, (Dem.) claims the re-elec tion of Wilson, Democratic caudi date for Governor, by a majority of 7,000. Wheeling, W. Va., Oct. 15 Re turns this morning from 92 precincts in this Slate indicate that the Re publicans here elected their ticket by a small majority, probabiy about 4,000. lOUNGSTOWN, U., Uct. 1 1 He in dications lon'gbt, estimating fron this and adjoining counties, -ire tun' the Republicans wi'l mil up a ma' jority of 45,000. Cleveland, Oct- 15 The late indications, from returns now In are that the Stale will go about 28,000 majoriiy Republican. very latest. Cincinnati, O., Oct. 15, 1 :30 p. m The reports now in from all sec tions of the State, comprising up wani i.f 1,200 preciucts, indicate a gain by the Republican ticket be yond that at first anticipated, and their majority in the State wl?l not fall below 20,000 and may reach 30,000. ' Sl.OOO Reward. Special to the Herald. Prescott, Oct. 11 Govsrnor Tri- tle today offers a reward on the part of the Territory of $1,000 for the apprehension of the murderers of Winfleld S. Friiz and wife, James Raffeny and one Raymond in the Huachuca mountnius. A DISCOURAGED HOB . Evansvillk, Ind ., Oct. 13 A tele phone fiom Canneiton at half past eight this morning says the mob from Troy did not ccme here last night, but that a mob of about 150 people formed at Canneiton jail and was very threatening, but did not do anything because they seemed to have no leader, and the nun arrival of the mob from Troy discouraged them . NO CHINESE NEED AI'PLY. San Francisco, Oct. 13 A. J . .Moulder, superintend! nt of public schools of this city,, declares that. acting in conformity with the ad vice ot W. T. Welcker. State Super intendent of Schools, lie will deny the right of admittance to the pub ic schools of Chinese children horn in this country, notwithstanding the recent dicision of the United Stales District Couit that such .are citizens of the UniU'd States. A FISHER STATEMENT. Bostou, Oct, 13 In reference to Blaine's denial of tin.- at.sertiou ot Warien Fisher that he (Binine) had offered a sum of money for Ihe Mulligan letters, given in these diepatchts, Fisher reiterates his claim that Blaine did make such an offer. He declares that at the re quest of Elisha A. AlKins and at the special request of Mr. Blaine, he went to JNew York in the springof 1880 and met Blaine at the Filth Avenue hotel ; that then and there Mr. Blaine made a request to obtain, for money or otherwise, from Jim Mulligan, all letters and memoran da in which Mr. Blaine had any interest. The amount was not limited and he was authorized to pay ten thousand dollars if he could not obtain them for less. Blaine said John Cummings, partner of Elisha Atkins, would furnish the money. pacific coast failures San Francisco, Oct. 13 Brad street's Mercantile Agency reports sixteen failures In the Pacific coast States and Territories for the week ending yesterday, as compared with twelve for the previous week and 6ud twenty-one for the correspond ing week of 1883. THEY VISIT CLEVELAND. Albany, Oct. 13 Gov. Cleveland bad a large number of visitors this morning, including several excur sion parties. PRESIDENT ARTHUR. Washington, Oct. 13 The Presi dent is expected to return to Waih ington to receive the Justices of the Supreme Court at the White House on Mond y . THEY GIVE IT UP. New York, Oct. 14 The Demo cratic managers at the national headquarters here do not attempt to disguise the fact that Ohio is very apt to go Republican to-day. They do not forget that in thirty elections it has gone Republican twenty-four times. The leaders are now dis cussing the probable results of a Republican victory. It is conceeded that if the majority against the Democratic party is swelled to over 15,000 redoubled energy will be needed when the fighting ground is transferred to this State, but the idea that New York can possibly be endangered by whatever occurs to day is not for a moment seriously entertained. One of the Ohio cams paign committee writes that the best the Democrats could hope to do theie was to keep the Republican majority down. He said that the October election would afford no infallible indication of what would happen in November; that local issues were being bitterly fought out, and that u ben y, came to a choice between the national tickets a different story would be told. There is great confidence felt that this State will go for Cleveland and Hendricks. Senator Nelson said yesterday: "I don't think there is any more doubt about the Democrats carrying New York than there is that a campaign is going on. In the town of Flushing, for instance, there are about as many Independ ents as straighlout Republicans, to say nothing about the St. John men It is now perfectly clear that the Repuohcans are moie alarmed about St. John than they care to confess You see these people have an im pulse which is always formed where a single principle is at slake, and i( is not easy to make them swerve." THE GREENWICH MERIDIAN. San Francisco, Oct. 14 The In ternational Prime Meridian Con ference at a meeting yesterday adopted the meridian of Greenwich. The represen tatives of France and Brazile did not vote and the repre- sematives of San Domingo voted against it. ARTHUR AT FORTRESS MONTOE Foktrkss Monroe, Va., Oct. 14 The TJ. S. steamship Dispatch, with President Arthur and party, irriveil here from New York this morning The President visited the fort and a salute was fir, d. He sails for Wash iuglon to-night. VANISHING POPULARITY. Patterson, N. J ., Oct. 14 Gen eral Butler arrived here yesterday and was met at the depot by a pro cession of 100 men, wearing badges and headed by a band. He was Griven in an open Darouche turougti the streets to Passaic Falls. There was very little demonstration along the route. He addressed about 400 or 500 people at the Falls. ARREST OF KLECTION FRAUDS. Cincinnati, Oct. 14 Detective Rathbone, of the United States se' cret service, last night arrested thir teen men on a charge of conspiracy to use fraud at the election. The men are all white. More arrests are expected to night. United States Commissioner Harper will probably remain to hear the cases all night. GRAHAM COUNTY DEMOCRACY. Clifton, A. T., Oct. 14 Registra tion is about completed here. The total registration of this district, Clifton and Jlorenci precincts, is over 600. The total in the county is about 1,300. The regular Demo cratic ticket has been endorsed by the cattle men of the western part of Graham county and the mining men of this section. With perhaps two exceptions the entire Democratic ticket wil! be elected. Much ill feeling prevails here against the Mormons over their conduct They accepted several nominations on the regular Democratic ticket and are now said to have sold out lo the so- called People's pariy for a baud some consideration. There is muts tering against these t eople all over the county and if they veite against the representative men on the Dem ocratic ticket, who have the en dorsement of tax-payers generally, witheul regard to political feeling, a violent and anti-Mormon agitation will be the result. Iiettcr List. Unclaimed letters remaining in the pi.stoftice at Phoenix, Arizona October 13, 1884: Anderson, Albert Britton, W P Briau, Mrs O P t oyle, Henry Davenport, G W Doi.naily, A J FickJin, Miliard Hanike, Robt Johuston, W S King, Chas Jr mhard, Pierre Miller, J M Mullen, Jacob Melvin, James McMahon, Frank Simpson, J B Sherman, Mrs M H Tipton, Joseph illiams, Prof. CARTAS ESPANOLAS. Ylano Armento, Jesus Cata, Jos. Radrignes, Amagona Dahila Refu gia Yanez. RETURNED LETTERS. James A. Burns, James Mathews, Oliver P. Warner, J . D. Wallace. Cail for advertised letters. Geo. E: Mowrey. P.M. 91. Mu. Church Appointments. it the closing session of the M. E. Conference here this forenoon, the following appointments were made: Phoenix D. W. Calfee. Prescott N. L. Guthrie. Globe F. W-: Johnson. FUgstaff J. F. Pierce. Tombstone D. McFawn. Tucson J. W.Robinson. Willi . tnson Valley G.L-Pearson 1IKI. NETHERTON JSear Phoenix, A. 'I'., Oct. 12, 1884, Mrs. Eliza Netli erton, wife F. W. Netherton. ai:ed 30 years . Warm and windy. Summer ling ers iu the lap of Autum as though it were as intcroaiiog plu to be. A Little OH. Tempe, Ariz. Oct 14- 1884. Ed Herald: 1 was informed to-day that at the "Grai.d Demo cratic rally" on last Saturday even ing here in Tempe, Mr Frank Cox of your place presented Mr. Juan Zoza to the public as a model Mex ican Democrat, and said: "Here is Mr. Juan Zoza, who represents the Mexican race." And now, I hereby answer to Mr. Frank Cox that w e the Mexicans in this Territory, have nr,t got such a "representative" as Mr. Juan Zoza, and if lie considers him a representative of the Mexican people he is decidedly off. Please state this in your paper and oblige Yours truly, II. GONZALO. The Gran d Canal grist mill, above town some five or six miles, was burned down last night. It was a wooden structure.but contained some fine machinery, and, we understand, was insured for $4 000. The pi op erty has been in litigation for some time and bad been abandoned since t he washout of the head of the canal where it was situated, which took place last winter. It is not known how it took fire, but it" looks very much like a case of incendiarism. The Albuquerque Fair Associas tion has purchased an exhibit of canned fruits, etc., to send to the New Orleans Exposition as a sam pie of what New Mexico can pro duce. ine number ot registrations on the great register will reach some where near 1,700 names this year against 1,150 two years ago. Stl pon if3. i Txr. CURES Rheumatism, Neuralgia. Sciatica, Lumbago, Backache. Heartache. Toothache. Sore Thnmt. Sv-I!I,i-h. SpniliiM. lirulftca, Burn. Sch!1m. Front RIU-B, AND ALL OT1IF.U 11111)1!. V PAINS AM) ACHRS. Sold by DruRKi-itxaiid Dealers everywhere. Fifty Cent, a bottle. DireclinuR in II Languages. TIIE t ll ARl.KS A. VOUKLEIt CO. w A voar.LKCM Battimarc. MiL, CSAf Dissolution Notice. NOTICT? is hereby given that the firm of J as. Mef'arihy A Co., heretofore eneaged in the business of hlnck- mithing, horeett oeing, and peneral i epairinar has thiB day been dissolved by mutual con sent. Sir. Jas. McCarthy reiiringfrom the fame. The books and accounts of the firm may be found in the hands of Bernard Gold man wlto whom settlement of all out standing account.- -will be it ade immedi ately to clot-e up the bu-inees JAS. MCCARTHY & CO. Phoenix, Oct. 7. lSSi. vorxtiitin! head thik. The Voltaic Bell- Co.. of Marshall Mich., offer to serd their E1.E TliO VOLTAIC BELT, and other Klectic Ap PLt.tNCKs. on trial tor thirty da a. to men (yenng orold) afflicted with nervona de bility, lost 01 vitality and manhood, and all kindred troubles Also for rheuma tism, neuralgia, paralysis, and ntany other diseases. Complete resi oration to health, vigor and manhood guaranteed. No risk is incurred as thirty days trial is allowed. Wtite them at once for illus trated pamphlet tree. Notice of Purchase. OTIGE is hereby given we that have bought a span of mules., spring wagon, eic, Ircm Ah I'i. All persons naving claims 01 whatever nature against the aatne are hcieby notitiea to present llie same before the 15th rinv of Novem ber, 18S4 I'HUXG IIIN5, llSliSlM. A CAHII-To all who are suffering from errors and indiscretions of youth. nervou- weakness, cariy deca , loss of mar hood, Ac. 1 will send a receipt that will cure y.-u, FKKE OF hARt.E. This great remedy was discovered by a mission ary in South America. Send self-addressed envelobe to Kuv. Joseph T. I.n.man, station Ui ne xor&. Notice of Dissolution. Tbe firm of Rosenthal, Kutuer & Co. has this day been dissolved by mutual consent, Myrtil Gmlchaux retirinsc from Ihe firm. Business will be carried on hereafter under the firm name of Rosenthal & Kut ner. Myrtil Godciiaux, N. Rosenthal, A. Kutnek. Phoenix, Sept. 22. 1884. C. E. DAILEY, Late U, S. Receiver b'f Public Moneys. r AND PATENT ATD CLAIM AGFXT U aud Altomcv. !No. 114 l-'arnp street. P. O. box 14. Tucson. KitMucSs under U. o. Laud Laws a specialty. O. J. TIIIBODO. M. D DRUGGIST and M. AFOIHCARY AND DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, AND TOILET ARTIC Perfumery, Brushes, etc. Opposite the Postoffice. SODA WATER Mineral Water. Nparkling WIiipn AND ALL OA RUO.V T E I It K V K It A G1!H, Apparatus. Mate ials, ano Accessories for JUanufticturin?, Dispensing and Hot tling with full instructions. Catalogue Sent on Application. The liim fJOII IIAITHKU'N First Ave. 26 and 27th streets. New York. OctUwOm OJiCOBS QII GARDEN CITY DRUG STORE, Washington Street, Phoenix, Arizona. A Large and Varied Stock of New Goods Just Received. Only supply of fine Slntiouery, Blank Books, Ledgers, etc., city. Elegant Toilet materials of all kinds. Finest brands of wholesale and retail. Perfectly Pure Wines and' Whiskies for Medicinal Purposes Important Correspondence People of Phoenix and Salt San Francisco, Cal., Oct. 3, 1884. Messrs. Dillon & Kenealy, Los Angeles, Cal. Gentlemen: Your bid of 55c on the dollar for the stock of Alston Brown & Co. has been accepted. Yours etc., James Grant, Assignee. Los Angeles, Cal., Oct. 5, 1884. James Grant, Esq., Assignee for Alston Brown & Co. Dear Sir: Yours of the 5th instant received. We shall give our immediate attention to the stock of Alston Brown & Co. The entire stock will be shipped directly to Phoenix, A. T, via Maricopa. Yours etc. Dillon & Kenealy. The above correspondence needs no expiation. It is distinct and positive. The stock in question amounts, in round numbers, to 19,420.00, and consists of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Mats, etc, etc.. Purchased for 55 1 -2c on the Dollar. The entire stock together with the residue of the stock of E. Dillon & Co. will be offered for sale to the people of Phoenix and surrounding valley, at Smith's new building on or about October 15th. By order MONEY TO LOAN ord REAL ESTATE. H- H. LOCAEM, Lemon Hotel. JAS.McCABTHY, Horse-Shoer. Having sold out his interest in the Slankard shop, has moved back to the old Stand on CortezStreet East Side Courthouse Plaza', Where he is prepared to do all kinds of horse-shoeing at reasonable rates. Look for the sign of the Big Horse-Shoe Pioneer Sho Phoenix - - A. T. AFITOL HOTEL WASHINGTON STREET, PHOENIX - - A. T. W.C. PIMM, Proprietcr. Re-fitted and Re-furnished. Everything flew, Mea6,Gflean Good n:oms to let by the liuv. weeK, or month I ir.t-r-lass board Ciin In: obtained in the building. Choice Wines,Lipors & Ciprs Kept at the Bar. in the Cigars TO THE illon & SOLID EASTERN FURNITURE ! ! Imported Direct from the Esianufec tory in Car-Load Lots. Bciflii, CaSfi Pair. THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF f.R0CKERYtfiLASS7AlRlE, AT THE LOWEST PRICES. 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