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J ft NEW SEKI133 VOL XL NO U, PHCENIX, MAEICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA TEEIUTOIIY, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 20, 1381. WHOLE NO, 1S00. A TPi 11 hublicaus. General Lngau very frankly giv.-s up the flsht and no doubt a day or two more will cojii plctely determine the matter. Dispatches received at this office j office are legal citiz- nsof 'lie United lodav leave very little hope f.r Re- J States and that the government will keep on its way prctly much as it has dor.e for the past twenty ycara. The I net i Ibnt liie d:fi". ror.ces be tween the two great parties hto per force of f iri nmstances merely nomi nal. There cnnni.t and will not be any more free trade in 18'iT, say. with the IVmocratii! )aity at the helm thi.n Ihere would huve been had the R pi.lilieno parlj kept it place. The rmrure of ti c campaign just clifd rvincrf ihe.-fact thai tlicio i;o jrreal opposing-questions ef polity nr expediency whereupon each party t(,ok 1: plant!. There was hut cue se Htiment, ant! to that each party declared i1n adherence, nan:ely 'hat there should he a tariff. The campa-cn therefore dtgrcded itsell to the slvms of libelous personali ties and never in the liUtrt cf the nation has there- been diiticr work done in this line. Cut so far as any radical change in mutters of tovemmcul because cf Democratic supremacy is cor.ci inn: it would he certain par;y eulcide froia the fact tiiict bush-ess interests, th.e i;alr?ral channels of ccmn:cice, the con.- civa- tive nature of oiir institutions of uli kinds will not peiniit of Fcdden chang'-s without Ftnous interference w;th business, and s. ii:e of the radi - cal elements of Pcmr-crae-v n ill bo astonished possibly that the country ! is not upset anl the world turned side down because a Democratic RostoE Coskuso, though & vuin ljr prend and ambitious man, is hardly the one to place his foot on tho neck of a fallen foe. Co:.klinr baa had his revenge. As we long Rgo said, he was the bottom of tb Now York Independent m;-vcittcn' It was successful, as the very latest tiispatejfces inform us. That be will b a candidate under tbe Democratic banner for the Senate, wc hardly believe. He is too pnUd of Lis Re publican following to accept office at other bands than theirs, and we Imlii-vn his Belt fifrfct will be to make Stalwart Republicanism the supreme political force of the land About the first thing the legisla ture should do when it convenes is to remove) all otstaclis to fair and lust legislation. One of these ob structions is the capita! question hieh has always been made the pivot of almost ererj legislative -enactment eirce tbe Territorial govern ttnt was formed. The Star believes that if the legislature as its first it, pass bill pennanet.lly Jo baling the capital at Ihecnix, the 6me to take t fleet fcix menths I rem the date of its i-afsftgc, that the re ult could not be rtherwise than ben eficial. As to the place of location wed- ub: irany right minded mem iirr of tbst 1ks.iv or any citizen cf the i Territory will for a moment ques tion tHe justice or expedieut-T of the place snggcMrd. Ev-ry flrgun;en$ in in its fnvor. Twn S'.ar. 1 ! J ft inn ie 1 I ? i. G CONTINUES. IV!UT liOrSt OK TJSSJJiiS. Cholera Fc;arel t rarps tVrccli ti 'iiSMpsiKi-rlriili:, i:lliu,; t-'ifeeen I'eople. TIIK JEW TOUR CAtiVASS. fcpe.lial tt- the HfcHALD. Xkw Yoiii", Ir;iv. 13 The official canvass ol the eleciioa it-turn con tinues to come ii. vtiy fclowiy. llos cou Coiiklii'g sayb there is no leuuer any hope for Republican success. FKA US OF CIIOIERA. Spooi'd to the JiEiu.i.o. VV A5UIKTON, D. C, Nov 13 Great fears r.ro iiow ciilcrtaincd thai cholera will rt aeh the U. ittd tftaUs. The Miiticiiu! Ilt-ard of health Las issued a circular to governors of al! the stales ad thing appropriate and prompt legislation lookiug to thear rct ard prevention cf the spread cf the disease should it appear on this side of the Atlantic. T ft A. MI'S TilKtrV.- A TII.1N Or CAUC INT'-' THE HIVI.K. JSpeeiul tu the L'EH.M.o. Ill-.iii"sTi-:AD, 1 ex , Juv. 15 A tcr iib!e di.-;iS!tr and ciiu.e oecuntd here last night by which a train of cars viis U-r---',n from the bridge acrof.s the Jinizns into the river by tru'.tipi, totaliy wrecking it, and in sl.iiilly kiliing Sftetn persona iar. wounolng twenty unie, fcG.-::e, no dr.ubi, fi.lillv. I'ott declare; that Tammany's powc for evil has forever gone. The braves will ixver he in a position to knife another Democratic presiden tial candidate as they knife Cleve hind. The honest people of this city has gained possession of the municipal government and are not going to let it s!ip back into the hands of thievtj-s a:aiu. There- is no chance for Tsmui-uiy to get a sliaie of the spoils during tiie cet two year:. Sc-Mst WOni.DI.Y TALK. Nf.Vi' ViiHK, JJ" ov. 1C The World pr!nti the following nuclei the lie.ici line, "A iiiu: tJ Steal:" T)ie man agers ( f the Republican committee, under the leadership of J5iaine. are niuliing desperate iflorts to steal the S?tiue of iiew York, i by means of money and prom.se of olilcial pa ttonngc are seckiair to d -bauch can vassers of election to appear before the county boards of canvassers and correct returns. All day yesterday secret conferences wete held in the rooms of the Republican national committee, Stephen D. Elkins, Sec ret ary Fessenden, monopolist Jones a::d others being present, i'recisely what was done is not mnde public, but a:, rive o'clock the following dis patch was Si t:t over tne Western Union v. ini : "Ttoi ins Nuiional Re publican Committee, New York, -.November lu j ne toiiirr.i:t e is conlldcn! that the ofiicial count will give- us New York and elect B! ainc and Logan. .Signed, T. Fesscndeo, Secretary." A few minuses after wards a (iispat.ch was scut to a trusty President is at nation! atiairs. the head of e.-jr In a long editorial the Ei-itcrph Bp- aks ia the highest terms of i inlge 1). II. Piuney and iu referring to the nllegcil chaiges aguinst him enys 'hat no one knows their nature evcept the throe att4rneys whose ua e.es are ltc':;d tj them and vtho have been unsuccessful in carrying out some of tb!ir ccberneB in Judge I'inncy's court. It eays, however, that th- re la aud cm be nothing im pugning the Judge's integrity, la speaking of the attack of the Miner on Judge Dinney it explains the cnusi-, well known here, that Judge l'muay reftised to ap-.-oitit the now rditor of that paper court reporter liere on account of his intemperate hubiU. As a Judge, Mr. Piuney has al ways shown himself a diligent and honest gentlemaa, whom, we believe, the bar of this pU.-centorse ivilhout single excep.iou. - ! Sioa4 ti of Kai-i-vlfdrA, I'j.imii Nov. 10, IM: lioaia rn-t i u fM .r-t to c-a'l it She ' ehiiii suan, at In r.Yl- .1;. ir, . I'i.es- j i Ctrl : A. J- iia.orn; fit. i.r!:e BAIT.ItOAD W AH. Seciti to rlio IiiH.-.i.r. I iiicauo, Nov. 15 The rsilroau War on rnds between this city and N'.. w York has beguu Ccrcc-lr, aud is being ; TofeftUed with terribU ca :K-f Uie.-s . The. rait s of fare have 1 .e.-! cut io nine dollars for through pa-.eiip- betwit i. 'he tW'i eitics with pri.fj.. c't ei rurther reduction uv It is a some hat astonishing fiict that at tlie Ttrritrial fair now in jrogress, and loctitcd, as it is, in the midst of oue Of the finest grain pro ducing regions of the United States, riot a 6inglo die;dy of grain of any kind, or cf flour, meal, brr.u shorts or anything of the kind 19 exhibited, lcpt a few quarts of wheat by a Maricopa Indian. We are not in- cllnd to drsw unfavorable compari sons when the enterprise of the peo. pie of our valley is at stake, but in this instance one cannot avoid the matter wben forced into public notice in such an astonishing man Ber. 'We are pleused to say, how ver, thnt the incident is likely to do us good, for almost eve ry oue of our study farmers blushes as he be comes conscious of bis carelessness, backwardness and lack of enterprise in a matter that is of so much inter est to the valley and is so proniK nently noticeable by all visitors from other sections of the Territory. From various sections of th southern a&d noith central States come reports of occurrences that every good citizen of our country can but very deeply regret. From Georgia, from Tennessee, from Mis sissippi aud now from Indiana the information reaches us that rebel flags have ben raised, or attempts Lave been made to raise the same together w ith the conduct becoming such an act. Of course such acts are merely the outgrowth of radical ideas and hotheaded Ignorance on the part of Borne one; but in one ins stance, at least, the rt-bull has been a riot, costing the lives of one or more individuals, and should such acis be- countenanced by the Demo ci&cy, even iu the south, hut a very short lime will elapse before all the bitterness of twenty years ago will again appear and the good work ol reconciliation which has been going 00 oe entirely urdone. However, we apprehend that the first year of - Cleveland in the White Douse will serve to convince even the m st hot headed and radical southern Demo crat in existence that he and the party which elected iiioi to ijis high chairman ; ami J 'iork. Minutes at prcviu.- ms-etiir.; v;r:o rem', e.j'p: . .veil, ami t-igne i. it rpj-cmiilg let this Lioaid from n liable injimation that Mrs. Jose O ilntai'.i.rtz is iles'ltuto Wi'h a lare family of small children a:;d ucahic I to proeure a livelihood for her. elf and family. It is ordered thai the sum of ten dollars per month bo al lowed her from the poor house fund up and to the I'.rui dty of January. 15. . Upon petition from the offers of the Arizona Indus' tii.S Kxposiiioi; Assoeiatien to appoint two police ofllcers '.o do service ct the fair ground luring the holding of s-aid Exposition, it is hereby ordered th.it the said petition be granted and that the sai l p. lieemen be appointed for the term -f six days at the rale of 52 50 per dry, each'. On mettion and Lv vote of Worm-, ser Sl ilaibert, it is hereby ordered that the sum of tw hundred dc'.iars j be transferred fr.-m the General Fund to the Poor House Fua.i. On motion and by vote of W't.ri.i ser : i.i.d IJnlbeit, the clerk. J. L. . H. AlesandL-r, is hereby ejrd.:n d to pur chase a ticket r.nd to furnish the necess&ry nie.-nry to Mrs. McCoy, an indigent, U go to S.m Fruiicisc-o, Cdiiforuia. On motion, the Board adjourned till M on lay, Nov. 17, 1SSI. J. L. li. Alexaxdlh, Glerk. j the, W a. l'ii. ! 1 1 U L . The i;ate3 I'iAefi. Miieh inquiry h-is been made re specting tiie railroad fare to the World's Exposition in New Orleans from points in Arizona, but up to "he present time there hue only been conjecture. The rates have becu fixed within the past few days and are as follows for the round trip to New Orleans, limited to ninety days from the date of issue : From Deming and return From Benson and return. . . . From Tucson and return From Maricopa and return.. From Yuma and return... . The distance from Tucson is 1,471 miles, or 2,0-i2 miles for the round trip, and this rate is nearly 3?.( cents per mile, which is certainly a reason able rate for this country. .$ 59 73 . so . 90 . 105 Contra! uttttoi'3 . The Wetman's Christian Temper ance Union of Arizona in conven tion assembled heartily congratu lates the Territ oiial Agricultural Society on the success of its first agricultural fair, and heartily com mends its octiou ia exclu licg all gambling fn-m its grounds, and in foi bidding horse racing on the Sub bath. Mks. S. D. Cmkdesis, 1'iesidcut. Mna. M. 8. Hazeitine, Kccrelary. lnHlsllid The following newly elected of ficers of tl:e Urand Lodge of Ari zona, F. A, A. M., were installed to day : M . P. Freeman, Grand Master. cnj. Tilus, Deputy Grand Master. M.W Kales, Senioi Grand Warden. Abe Mai v. Treasurer. George J. Iiuskruge, Secretary. The two last named officers were reelected. Citizen. 'fi our friends we tender nr mo-t heartfelt thanks for their k hid and unc-fsing attention and assistance given to us in our great bereave ment the unexpected dentil of Ken ark, our darling boy. Ib. anu Mks. A . D. Ltiiox. CT" 0..y;:N IS tNVI..VTI'N. I 9j;Oi i.'. t; Unu.t.D. l.'i:'i-;i., Nov. 1.3 'l':,i -..::veti-lion cf sloe k:n( n now ;; s .,ion here tiel-.l yesterduy ar. inUiastii.g t'.is-eus.-ion as u. the foiir.,:hn of a Biirtai.- of Animal ledustry. Many UieiaLtr cf l!.? convention opposed it, but a favorable resolution v.us finally jiussed. TSHHliilE EXPLOSION'. Btcjal tn tJi.- liLi:..:.D. Toi.kdo, O., Nov. 14 -Twenty- six thousand pounds of dynamite explo ded hero today at noon, causing great ;ditruction of property. The shock wja felt for tight miles. No Iive3 are known to have beta lost. EA7tTlTC;t:.-KE IX SF.1T 11 AXll'SC IKK . Spct-ai tt tht IlKUALf. t'eixcetiiu, N, II., Niv. 14 A ter rible earthquake visited this section of oounttyW-i.st night, br.aiiing win tlows, shaking up cr.ck;ry ware and causing a itencrai coi.iiii itiou. i he shock h.sti.d iih.mt three seconds. ckx. t;o:;nON Kii.l.iiD. Bi)ecinl ta tho II tUAi.u. j CniCAOo. Nov. 14 A Put is special fr-tui Jules Fere, pre.-sid.-nt oi the French c.-ibinet.nnnsurices telegrams to the cilVet that Gen. Gordon has been killed between Khartoum aud i,!-beib.;r, in an attempt to cut his his way out from Ilia Arab army. cl E v lit . A :'s it.c n a l it y. Sjcc?t.! to the Hekli.1 GatCAco. Nov. li The Ofiicial couut of election rclums has been completed, u:2 but Eis counties, and the result originally announced has not been rnalerially altered. Cle ve land's plurality, so far is !00. Gen. Logan announces that he has aban doned all hope of going to Wash ington. The Democrats are already giving their attention to cabinet making. Buyard and Lamar are mentioned for Secretary of frtate; Kundall and Morrison are named for Secretary of iiio Treasury; Thur n;an for Secretary of the Interior; and McDonald for Postiii' slcr Geu oral . WASHINGTON MONUMENT. Washington, Nov. 13 The mon umcm to-day reached a greater heighth than thnt of anyo'her strue turc in the world, being 52U f cct and 10 inches above the floor. The niGuumcnt next to the highest struc ture is the spire of the Cologne Ca thedral which towers 515 feet above the floor. It is estimated that it will take but twenty-live working days to complete the monument, so there is no doubt about its bei n finished iu time for dedication Ihe 22d oi February . fenxsvivania's vote. PniLADfcnPiiiA, Nov. 13 Ofiicial returns from all the counties ia the State, except Sullivan, which is es timated at 350 plurality for Cleve land, give Blaiue a plurulity of 80,553. The Republicans will have a majority on joint ballot, of 93. Next Congress delegation, 20 Repub licans, 8 Democrats; a Republican gaiu of four. WAK HETWEEN IXDIAN TKICE3 Wikkemucca, Nevada, Nov. 13 The Piutcs are going on the war path agaiDst the Washoe Indians. A large number of the first named tribe left here to-ilay for the Pyra mid reservation, where they hold a council to decide what aclion to take. Lieut. Council, of Fort McDcrmott, left here yesterday for adsworlh to endeavor to restore amicable re lation between the two tribes. The cause ef the trouble was the killing of one or two Flutes by the Wu&liocs. DKF.'KS TAMMANY. Sax FflANCifo, N v. 13 The Call' New York special rays. The J.-p:ib!ic--u at Gleneovc, Long Is land, as fo!!uivs: ''Have all the Re publican inspectors present in the meeting of thu county car. v.-r.-sers Tuesday. Don't fail. " A --irailar dis patch was sent to eveiy county in the Slr.tp, an.i it was t.loag the lino that every county return is to be challenged and plenty of cany asscrs are prepared to swear lo errors in I the count so as to chiuge the already I e- rfifieid and vorififil returns. Of clone at every eltCllon aud Uiose. in teresled generally have attorneys pre .-cut. Ordinarily tho matter is scarcely heard of b-.-cuse it is gen- rally done in the interest of eorr.c local candidate sxiciclv, but when the result is so close iu the cr.tire Elate on the vote for President, the people who never heard of such a thing, go wild with excitement over what they tei ru '"lJet.iri.iijg Board" ami are as ma! ifestly ignoran'- of how votes are-counted and officially returned ss they are of what consti tutes '.he associated proas. ecu; SLING. San Francisco, Nov. 13. The Bulletin prints a New York Hi-jt-ai.d's interview with Conkling, who said: "It seems to me quite obvious that the slat e of New York has ap pointed electors favorable to Cleve land Hendricks, and the sooner that fact is neeopted the belter, It seems to i:ie, it will bo for the whole coun try. In this city and Kins county there teems no reason to apprehend any cerious difficulty on the tjiies tiou about the number jf votes given to the presidential tickets. That number is alieady kuowu far and wide- As to writs of mandamus or other extraordinary proceedings, I cnr.uot discover any excuse for them so tar, ncr arty justification for the prolonged haggling over the mat ter." Another New York uipatch ays: "It is uuite probable that Mr. C'ei.Uiii;g will be returned to the United Stutc-a Senate by a coalition vole of Democrats aud Stalwarts," I-IKE AT TKE SCOTT. c-cial to the ljta.M.u. I'uiiFCOTT, Nov. 17 The Chinese lr.un.lgry on Montezuma street was entirely destroyed by fire lust night. Irjburauee not known. ONE HVJNIJ.iliD AMJ FIFTY GUNS . Ci.Siv; land, O., Nny. 17 The Democrats tired oue hundred aud fifty guns here las! night over the definite announcement of the ulcc lion cf Cleveland. The music of the bands and the lire works display attracted about the brightly illuuii na'ed Plain Deaiwr building a great crowd, which was addressed by Hon. V . W . Aimstrong, editor in chief, and one of the national committee men for Ohio aud many others. "BRITISH l'HOTLXTOHATE. Lokdon, Nov. 17 Australian ad vices state that the British command er of an Australian steamer, In ac cordance with instructions of the British government, given some time ugo, had proieided to New Guinea, and on November G, with great ceremoney, proclaimed the British protectorate over part of that island. Tho protectorate covers the southern coast eastward from the fourteenth meridian, east longitude and includes the UlaniU adjacent to the South New Guinea seUjeuieut in ihe protectorate, not permitted at present. BI.AIWE ACCEPTS THK IlKSULT. Boston, Nov. 17 A special to tbe Herald from Augusta says : Blaine regards the official count of New York as praotieaily settling the Presidential question. Blaine, it is slated, on the best of authority, re ceived this afternoon a telegram from New York announcing the completion cf the ofiicial canvass of that city and which informs him that the plurality for Cleveland In that State would be 1.137. The same authority states that Blaine accepts tii3 result very cheerfully and has no regrets growing out of his con ucction with tho campaign. He feels that he made a good fight and he gracefully bows to the verdict of the American people. He bclievtes .ihe Republican party will prove true to the grand past and will in crease in strength with the coming year. He expects in 1SS",' it will again be called back into power. Bluiue leave- for Washington the middle of next week, where he and his family will spend the winter. He lias leased the trargeant house on Farragut fjuarc, and will shortly resume his work on tho second vol ume of "Twenty Years in Contrre.-g.'' The volume will be ready by June next for publication; Give IT IT. t'tiiACUsn, N. Y., Nov. 17 The Se.rucuse Morning Standard. Repub lican, this morning unnoorccl that in its judgment Cleveland had carried the State, and expressed the e.pinion that this view will be ac eep4ed by the Republicans through out the State. BIZ1I15ADED CIlTiSAMES. Lokdon, Nov. 17 A Shanghai correspondent of the Times tele- raphs that he has learned from Eurt-pcan sources, dated Harpsong, October SOth, thnt annamito auxilia ries of the French army had be headed five hundred Chinese prison ers ut Ivep. Bac Le is not. occupied by the French. The French have fortified K'-p, Dong, Tien and Ke wang Yen on the northern edge of Delia. The losses of the French during the last few weeks have beer. GOO men. HEAIJQUAltTEBS CXOSKI). Nkw Yui;k, Nov. 17 The nation al and State ltc-ad'j'istrlcrs of the Repub'K-au und Democratic coui mi'lecs closed to-night. Chai man Jones, of tho Republican national committee left f'.r his borne early his evening. St-cre' r-i-v Fcssei.elen an.i committeemen Eikins remained etu: ins the early evening and were in convcrfntiem with Walker Illaine. AU conceded Cleveland's election. Assistant Secretary Loomia said: "It is all over. We only await the action of the sta'e board of canvass ers Wednesday next, but we have made ft good fight considering that we did i.ot have one-third the amopnt of funds controlled by the national committee in Uai field's campaign ." The Deiiiocratlf- nationa1 commit tee he.-.dn'jarters wore deserted. Senators Gonnon, Jones end Bar nii!:i 7iave left the city feeling their work wes wine. Chairman W. 11. Smith, of the State committee, has gone heme to Pittsburg, end Bccre tary Burns left this evening. There was little to talk about in the hntclu acd public resorts about the election. ilETUODIST Eri.-COPAJ. CIItJKCH. Philauslhi:) a, Nov. 17 Thegec eral conference on church extension of the Methodist Episco pal church resumed its session yes terday, Bishop Winds presiding. The comniiitee on annuities reported that in their judgment, the board should not receive fumls on annui ties from persons less thtn 65 years of age, or pay more than 6 per cent, per annum, except in special cases upproved by the corresponding sec retary cf the general conference. ' This fund is composed of money loaned by persons to the board of chvrch extension for the purpose of forwarding the work of the board, and on which the board is required to pay a certain annual rate of in terest 63 lonir as the donor lives. t eta b o ft-.- M Must, shoii and will be sold - C- A c.- u til O j O O These are facts ! Come and see, Sales commencing RtslaaV m&aa o ssiza hit-"' rauus iwik Seotember 1st. 'A zii 3 o m Tar v Is f p v B-3 0 y;t--w..' .y. The San Jose Mi rntry, one of tho old st-jnd-b.-B cf California, under the long time management of that very able man J.J. Owen, has been sold aud will be united with the Times on the 1st of January. K:-''iao:;,,7r--,-ri ia Th ir powilor never Tai ios. A mi'rvel o tUromrtti. pnriiy and T,vInl-aoinnnei3 "More evor.omicai than tlie ordinary kinds and cannot bo sold io competition with the nmititude f low test, thort wcU'lit ulutn or pbospbatc puwd rs. Sold oniy iu CaKOYAL. BAKING VOWDSRCO., p.Vlyw 106 Willi i?t., New Yorlt. HA m M -AND- (3 i hKm i-Jt I ml ki Contracts Carefully Executed. t?hop Kast Side Gri--;ry'ti Luciber Yo.nl. .-.4.1 WivfVSc"i-:"i-3!' mi Fine Wines, Liquors rind Cigars Choice Kentney Sour Mash WLiskies a Specialty. 1:1 P5i spa 875 THE HOMER BOOSE, 1884 iilLIIItlll IK 9. m a nt r.rm .. u it t- Phoenix, A- T Wholesale Liquor Dealers, Im porters and Jobbers of Fine Wiies .Upors ni Cigars JGS, Proprietor. The Valley 'iCS&X BSdSJ &X2 Of PHOEN.'X ARIZONA. CAPITAL - - S50.G00 M II. SUKKMAS WM. CltltlSTY.. . . E. J. Bennett. . - - President. Cashier . . . .A. Cashier AOMlfCT OV Tlill I SAUK OF ARiZO'. SOL. I.EWI8, 41. W. KALES r- t f 9 "?. Mm C 1 A. 1. & "-i" DBRECTORS: M. n. SrtKnMAM. Sam'l A. Monrni W'm. CUKlaTY, E J. Beknktt Get Bennett. Receive deposits, muke collcctioBS buy and sell exchange, discount commercial paper and do a general bunking business. Kff-QfacQ honri from 9a. m. to 4 p. m Phoenix, Arizona. j Ball & Son, WHOLESALE AXntD RETAIL y toilers BEEF, PORK,- VEAL, MUTTON. And everytliing "kept in a first-class market.- CORRESPONDENTS: The Bank cf California, Sep. Frncisi.-0 IKessrs. Laidbw & Co. New York WILL PURCHASE OK Ad vance on gidd and silver Bul lion, County bonds and warrants, Discount commercial paper, recievc deposits repayable on elen;and, un dertakc collections end transact a aB.1l.ul. Bjss'.eo Ddsl-jbss Efif-OIBcc boari. ti sm 9 A. . to 4 p. M" !Tlf5 ("if 5 i fi u mm 4 JiM. 4ii.'fw2 ! 0 IS t&IllOSlMlU Washincrtori Street, oppo site Court I'lmse. has run for F.1VU YEA IIS. OLDEST and BEST Eating House in Town. Seta best tabie m the cilj' Single mi-iilp Tbree Mienl fi-.-lset-s. . . .Sftctc . . i.l.W Sole Agents for the A. A. A. Old YaSSey Whisky, A??heuerBusch Oesf, Fredricknbu Brewery Ctf Agency of John Li. Bowman Co., San Francisco, Cal., and Straitbn & Storm, New Y"ork, Cigars. The largest Establishment of the kind in Arizona. m 2 : ! FANCY POULTRY, i'.:, 1 fetfe-w;' "-V al44 erkshire and Polarsd-Ghina Pifzs I nave some Fite Short-ttotn or Durbaffl Bulls for sale. ECirculars r.nd Price Li?t pent on application'. Address, "WILLIAM XILFS, tOM Aniel! C.l ..