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Fine Display in tlio Exhi biticn Hall. fr'rult. Urntn, Vi-cftnMi'ii, Sliner. .Krrbsnlc Attn, tiiirt fancy v rk . (Continued ) Tlie.ilrspl.Tvs al Mi:- fair yestorrliiv very t oiis-iile-mlilY !'.ti;;iue'ute'd by nume-roiis new -entries. rori.TKV. In this eli imi tine-nt almost tlie eti- tlic eliaplny t umc in on Vci!noetIay cvontng and Tliur.-iliiy furoiioon. We noUt the following: A cop of peiufowis by Mr. A. L Yi tar. A pair of elegant black Laushama y Mr. Coats. A cir ttl vehl9 gborn chickens by Mr. C ts. Pair f ttVle loghnrng by Mr. COrttH. Arizona burn wl, a curiosity, by Ktevc Dnncri. A pitir of Plymoath rck thickens by G. T. ilsou. Oor of brown h jhorns by Wflltor Khin . Cfop of (juinaa foYrlsby Mr. New Jill. J!t-S!i City. Coop i.r elegant Piste griytuikcya W. Uh.-es. Coop of Guinea fowls, W. PJiecs Cu !' of Golden Sj.iiugle Polish rliickeiis, W. Rin-ea. A roop of 1'lyiuouth rock chicken ly W. lihes. MISCELLANEOUS. j Aniongilur Diiscol'iiiicous and ne:w entries wv not ire A )t of ornamei tal trees and vims from tho I'liocui-x Nursery, by li. E. F.triinglon. Fruit tree-s from Turner' nursery, Ct.llon. California, Pati-nt bairow by L. Ii. Shaw. Corn on tho t-'.i!!;, which is twelve ftet high, by Mr. Wui. Newull, of lltsa City. Display of butti r by L. R. Shaw. Display ef butter by J. B. Mont qomiry. Fruit of egg plant by Mrs, C. II. Grey. Display of native wine by Win. Kewull . Corn by J. M . Moore ef Kirttlnnd Vnlley. Ir'sh potet'-es by J. M. Moore of Kiikland Valley. - Corn raised on the fair grounds by Ilurcul.ino Uset. Twelve styles of patent horse shoes by Uovey of Ash Fork. The various committees at ihe fair were hard at work ail day jess ter,li.y and n il I probably get threujjli their labors to-day. r BACKS TE6TBRDAT. The troitjng race last evening wbs won by Loring's nonel mare in 3:2, with Parkinson's horse secomt ra 8:4 and McNulty'3 bay third; the time of the latter we did cot get The bicycle race had three entries and three Btirted; Copeland, Scuott and Steincsrer. Pools sold about even and the T&ce was a very pretty one. Btulngger, Uowover, took "header" and j;ot loft far in the rear. OpelMd itfomiog out first 'with bchott a close second. In the three-quarter mile running dash, there were four entries and four starts as follows: "Little Buck" by J. Williams, "Cowboy" by R, Pacheco, 'Yellow Dick" by II- A. Larsen, "Don Thomas" by H. Colo. The race was won by "Yellow Dick" followed closely by "Cowboy" with "Don Thomna" a good third and "Little Buck" fourth. The fourth raco brought in the fun of the afternoon and as run by three Maricopa squvws. There was no foolishness about the running and lots of money was put up, but unfortunately for some of those buy ing pools the one which Bold second in the eels was scaTcd off the track by the yelling at the close of the race just before she reached tho. wiro. The best time wae the mile to 6:33. DISPLAY OF HORSES. The display of itock, trotting and runofn lioreei, at the fuir is quite xteniivr, and tS horses of the va rloua elassse exhibited would be a tecomrcndalin to many older and tnorc prctantious societies than the Arizona Fair Association. The va nous classes of runners, trotters, roadster, "draft hersee, and horses for all purposes Were well tepre Dented by some very fine animals. Mr. 11. A. Larsen, IMagstaff, had on exhibition tlie following running Block : "Yellow Dick," an oged horse, of clean build and rxcellunt bottom, which won the thtec-quarter, one mile, and twn mile running heat, "Roan Jeff," pony, 14 hands, and winner of the one quarter utile dash for ponies. "Kate," a beautiful chestnut mare, owned in Los Anccle?, and witner of tlx- half mile free-for-all ruce. Air. II. Cole, of Florence, exliibiis : "Don Totalis," buy, S-y.ar-old, iLi ribg coll, winner ef the rco for 2-irr-oK!3 end the tliree-q'inrter lreefor-al! dash. "Don Tomas" was sired by "Wild Idol," 1st elaru- by Victor, 2'ui dam by in-ported Her cuWi, and is therefore of :i vry ti. CelTi-iit strain and bi-U fair to show rlne speed. II. Wil!i;:uis, of Florence, cxh.biis running j-toek as follows: Flight" is a S-yenr-nld till. y which bhowt-d her b'.ooel by winning the half inilo dat-h for ui.tiied liornrs. Flight" ik graceful us n deer and shows a! a glunco tLat she is of no oomino.i strain. She vas sired by "P1"W Boy," lit dam by iin pnvted "Hercules," 2i.d by "'Jack Hawkins," 3 d by ' 11 .! K-y." Mr. "Wilii.inis i.iso t xl:::i:s the runi ing stallion "Plow Bov," b ytarr. tld. t'i ;l l.y Hii!-! aid." :i fi.l: !noth er..to "Kai e lii-e," Irt (l.au !y ioi poru d "H-rc' ls," and dtiai "Bon ait Jean," ny 'Belmonl." !r. J K. Tmumn, Mtsa C'iiy, ex hii-i'.s "Jan es G. Biaine," S-veiir-oid ii adster, a fii-e hioivo :oli, wlut h lr w ihc fiiat pnniiuni in his clft.&. ii. V. Vi v? -. y.-.A City, txiiil) lock," a fine di.rk brown, 14 years old, and v.tlliiug l.C-to pounds. ' Dan Vol .i k" took the la premium hs a draft st.Uion and tl-e following premiums were swarded his get: Di unit' 3 ycar-o!d filly, ltt pie mium Porter's 3year-old stiillioo, 1st premium. MoniK"DteryV spun of 3-yearold cdt-, (irt piemium. Poi'er's 2-yesr-old lilley, 2nd pre mium. Knmbiirir's sucking colt, specinl prilniiim offered by Biizzee. Mr. P. P. iiriee, of Mesa. rxhilr its "Ked Kobliihood," stallion for u 1 1 purposes, taking 1st premium. Baiuett Br -a., of Men Ci'y, ex hibit "Major B.," st.illimi colt, 20 months old, roadstor, tnking 1st prcs mium. W. JNewall, Mesa City, 4-year-old mare for general purposes, 2nd pre mium. "Dave Bl?z." of Phoenix, exhib its "Index," suriell, trotting stallion with record of ;0 E. B. Kirkland, of Phoenix, ex hlbits "ItoxicV'cticste'it filly, 4-year old, treitting slack, and winner of the 3-ycar-nlel tntiing race. A Tombs'.or.o gentleman exhibits "Bald Hornet" nd "Little Buck," pony running stock. i.d. tVilliums exhibits "Sleepy J l.n," running horse, and winner of the quarter mile and half mile dashes. Kelly & Speedy have on tho grouuds "Butcher Boy," trotting horse, and barred by the manage ment from tho E-minute chiss. M1KF.IIAL DIsrLXY. The mineral exhibit, under the management eif Mr. il. Ji. Muxson, is very llnely and sj'stem;itically display" el.rueh portion of it being so j arranged as to give a complete min- j erai insioiy oi me mine oi uisirici, i so far as the individual display will ajinit. The most complete display in this respect is from the Copper Queen, V, arren district, Cochise county, which takes in everything from the -urfnee er lime cr.p of the ledge to UO per cent line copper bullion and the size which is lett utter smelting. Tombstone eiistiict exhibits nu merous samples of all classes of oie3 of carbonute, oxide, chloride and other characteristics. Tevis district of that county makes an extensive and very Ihie display of gold ores. Cochise county, altogether, has something over a hundred of her mines represented, and takes tho sweepstake prize for best general collection of ores. Tombstone comes in for sweep stake prize on test general collec tion of ores from any district. e.ocuiSe ea.es nist premium lor . Ilu.diattiy ,.csin tlu;lr commissions best display of ores and Yavapai j artl j, ave :he Territory. Unfoi tu second premium. 1:B(eiv U llt clflss of meD rareJv du For best display of ores from the , ,,t Vei-resien and alwavs ait lobe- Territory at large II. B. ilaxsou of Tombstone takes first prizs aud Mr. E. Ganz of Phoenix second prize. For the best display of silver ores from any ruining district, the Smiths line Bros, of Tip Top take first prize and H. B. 31axson of Tombstone second prize. Best collection of useful minerals from Arizona, II. B. Maxson of Tombstone took first prize for fire clay from the Uuachucn mountains and mineral paint from tho Swiss helms aud IS. W. Wiley of Yavapai second prize tor gypsum and lime, For best collection of fossils, etc., J . A. Culbertson of Maricopa coun ty takes first prize also first prize for collection of crystalized minerals. The Vulture mine Ukes the second prize feir display of gold ores. This collection is very pretty indeed and with the various forms of crystal! zatioc, which accompany it, adds much to the display. The Smithline Bros.' display com prises some twenty-four samples of silver-bearing ores, which net 700 per ton. The United Ycrdo Coppor Com pany, of Yavapai, makes a fine ia play of ores characteristic of the various stages of development of tho propeity. They also havo on exhi bition a copper ingot weighing lo5 pounds of which 67 per cent Is cop per, 15 oz of silver and 3 oz gold. This display will be forwardeel to New Orleans. The Copperopolis group of mines on Cnstle Creek also makes a display ofnopper ores and a 1C3 pound bar of copper bullion. One of the finest displays, how ever comes from the Kling group of mines in the Hacuuvari mountains, and tha only display from Mohave coilnty. The ores are rich carbo nate.", silicates and sulphides of copper and attract much attention from practical miners. The Ofborne district of Maricopa county also displays a fine lot of copper ores frottvihe Grand Central mine. Mr. S.II.Jj.ckman exhibit a beau tiful little collection of petrified wood from the petrified forest on the Colorado is the northern part of the Territory . In Mr. Maxson 's general collection is displayed a piece of ore from Cochise county which assays $49 000 to the ton. Mr. I. Stroud, of JPhocnix, shows n hai dsome case of Si'vi r King ore, the only exhibit in the fair repre senting -his famous mine. Messrs. C. A. Luke aud 11.11. McNeil display considerable gener al collections. The Red Dog mine of Winnefreel eiistiict, Maricopa county, makes a very nice little exhibit of gold bearing ores. The Tom Chillis mine of Gila Bend exhibits a huge chunk of ore largely galena, but, euiryiag gold and silver to the amount of f J00 per ton. C. Ji. Fhi'es exhibits sont'i rich .sun pies of ore- from his Casrauau.i mine ou ('ave Om-ii. Mr. 11. C. Culbi.i toon makes a line uisjjiiy of prehistoric relics coin oosed of scrapers, metats, curious one pulMes, si one uxc- , etc., etc. urd e fine eli.-rlay of mineial tryf lalizatious. l:iIii.X DEPAIIIJIKKT. j P. -h .: v 11 ; poitto.i of-he- V.: '' in t!:e riiiau Lull has tiUi.eied so uiiieh Htttrtiiiu ;is that made b the Iuui&np. Since we former.'y noTTced it a very cocideruile addiuon Im.s bet n Piitue. The disi'l.-iy comprises every sort of vegetable product fia eerned in their food, such as di ieit green peppers, dried iruit of Spanish biiyou, l, dried fruit of nahiiara or ginnt cuetuf, dried Indhiu grapes, di itd cactus bmis, peed of "cureles weed," a tmall brown seed some thing like a mustard seed but small er, Indian k hent (two varieties, fo -uora and Woolsey), seed of Stieiton gr:ist mesqnit beans (common and spri-w vai teties), uu squii benu bre;id, two vuiieties of corn (i'inn; anil pop rori:), three varieties of beans, wa termelon seeds, etc., ( 1c. The Indian wheat took firdt at:d second premi ums. Rumcrmis domestic utensils etc. were alio exhibited together with the ma.erial from which bohi of tiiem uro funned. Tin.- blue!; splint in t!u-;r bkrts f;r insiaiiee a:e obtained from the or-'inaiy drnon's claw, Ifiirtyria. Oood can ti tens, ratlks, sniidiils, osiers, baskets of all sorts, Trnr clubs, the remains of a raw hide shield from the famous tMittlrgii-uril of Blo-dy Tan!tsi::i the upper Salt Kwcr, slid huk-.cious otlicr pai aplierniiiiA were nahibiiid, not least interesting of which is an Indicn woodtn plow, an exact eoun-. terparl of those u- ed V 000 years ngo in the valley of the Nile. We have to udd thr.t the Indiv.r.s also took first premium for best plow dis played. Jlr. Rufwell O. Wheeler, Indian agent on the Pimn and Maricopa reservniion, stationed at Saeatoi., paid Phoenix a pleasant visit on !aiu-dy last aceoinpanicd by his wife, sister f.nd olhers who took in the fair. Mr. Wheeler i;d lady are very much pimped with Phocnss and the !r;ait river vitilt-y ard con template milking a home among us. As an Indian ngeut Mr. Wheeler bus proved himself an honest and able officer, notwithstanding the fact that a certuirkcotcric of political btim-mc-rs ftitcmpiLd to dcttioy his reptt- tiition with the government and Uis place l.im in order to make glory fir themselves by ruining Mr. Wheeler. Their nefarious end cowatdly schema very properly showed up iis true color &nd Mr. Wheeier,. though disphiccd for a time end thoroughly iuvesiigatcd, wus esoi:oruUd front ail bian:e and fu'.ly vindicated by being sent tli rcctlv 1 aek to the position he held ' i,L,iort. ,ho a,,;;c!, VV!l, 1Ilade up,,n iiiin j IlIld Wiicie he remains a standing j rcLuUl. i0 ticse v,ho at'acktd him j ,,,(! ,,.i,n :r y, ,,, f charr.cter of men who thcugUt they Lad a just cause for the course they i.ok In his prosecution, would im- kicked out. The Herald wn9 furnished stntetncLt at the time the attack Wis made upon Mr. Wheeler, which ws published ansl with h we have sin learned was entirely false, and that wo were imposed upon tothatexte and induced to lend aid to tho very clique which we have long sin learned were themselves the ones who should have been investigated instead of Mr. Wheeler, and it was but au act of Justice to him whe t we finally saw what was up and took up the cudgel in his behalf, which we did will, a right good will. Funor.il Kites. The funeral of 1 ittle Ken Mark Lemon took place this forccoou and his remains were followed to their long and pea ef til resting place by a largo concourse of sympathizing friends and acriuaintaucea. of the bereaveel parents, brothers and sis ters of the little sleeper. The Rev Cnliee ollici ded and preached an affecting sermon on tho o.xasiou at the church from which tho cortege took its way to the new cemetery where ho was tenderly laid away. And is it not better than: "3'hronch all the tail and weai-incur of life i o u :ie with ioni;iug oye across the years; "And roacli imploring hands from out tho fc'.rife, ' To trrasp at tho beyond amidst lifo's tears JMrcctors I lecieel. At a meeting of the etf-ckholders of the Arizona Territorial Exposi tion Association on Saturday even ing at the courthouse, tho following new Board of Directors was elected for the ensuing year, commencing January 1st. We are sorry to say that the old Board positively refused to serve another year or it would have been unaiiiinouslv elected. Those edecttil aie as follows: P. K flicker, J. B. Monlgomi ry, C. U. Gray, Ira Siroud, G. Wr. Churchill, J. M. Gibson, anu Hosea Gieetihaw. E. I. Fuller, formerly of Ibis place is advertised as a i:or,denco swindler by the Chroi.iele. He is now operating under the nr.mc of Nelson. Ilia return to Phoenix for about twenty minutes is earnestly desired, as there is yet some tar and a few feet of rope to be lound in the place. Since leaving here he has aneniptcd to swiudie the Gild Fel lows, the Knights of Pythias, the Young Mens Christian Association of Kan Francisco and probably every private individual who had any thing to do ivi'.Ii him. ii Moris.o Cuii-it.T Vote. The oSicial count, of T.Iohave county shows the following vote: Bean 'ii.i Long 2oU t.'ilLWill! .. 'Jll H'.ivd 2i)S .Iiini's; i'QTi Aincwiri!) 207 I'.. Siem (iieii.) fr she-! 11' . .218 i. 'l'hoii"ji."eij (Licm ) Tlie San Bernnrdiuo ranch ner ihe Mi xiriin line- :n f'evcliise county has been foM for ?25.()00. Ii litis a watir fici) aro of nine miles and is one of the fiuet gr..7.iug sections of country in the Ti.rii;o"y. Mr. Jos Ifofier of Tombstone is The next- session of the Masonic Graml Looge of Ari7,f)i;a lias been fixe-cl f( r l'ii jci.ix next j-car. Cjis-a cf7hiio!t, The ladies of the Catholic church tender r.rateful thanks to friends in the city and country in geueial, who have contributed with their usual generosity towards the success of the concert and dance. Special th.-.nks are elue to those taking part: Mr. mid Mrs. Alexander, Mrs. Pierce Miss Mclii'yre, Mr. Kondley, and Mr. Eischman. The amount re ceiwd is fill; expenses $1. MAIflSIKi. TODi)-MOUHl la Phoenix, Art z na,at tlio residenee of tho bride's parents, by the Rev Mr. Fulton Mr. 11. B. Todd, of Vulture, aail Mips Gertrude B. Morris, of this pint". RO i l (ROCK In Phoenix, Ariz!, November 14, 18S4, Lulu Etta, in faei daughter of G. II. and Kiir.a Ro'.hrock, aged 10 months aud 1 day. Tijs Arizona Canal CoHiiany. He reby announces that it will sell water lor the ensuing year in such quantities as may bo elcsireei, iu any pnrt of the SALT RiVC VALLEY ;iouth of its Canal ar;d east of tho Agua Fria. Application.! shonid be made with out delay as they will Le consiui rcHl l.y '.he com pany in the order in which thty are presented. j The application MUST be mr.de in VviilliriLT, stating the JNi.me unil Address of the npplis cant, a description of the land ou v. hick it is to be used. The quantity of water desired must be stated . Rates will hereafter be fixed by the Company, and applicants will not be bound to take water until they are uotiiicd of the price, and agree thereto. Address all appli cations to CLARK CHURCHILL, . President, Phoenix, Arizona. O 5 T Y Jj STABLE, East Washington St., adjoining the Phoenix Hotel WSLLS & RICE, Press- EVERYTHING M. W We wish to inform nil our friend, and the public generally, that I have opened a first class L:very and Feed Stable in Phoenix, and solicit share of their patronage. Anything in the Livery Stable Line can be found here . HORSES BOARDED By the day, week or month, and giv enOareiul Attention. MRS. F. II. CLARK, AND ALSO Faracy Goods- hiilctt Styles, New Good, and Satis faclwn Guaranteed. First Door West of Oregory House 1 hoemx, Ariz. SKViFJE & CO. Ploeaii Casli Sore. Offers new ineiuecments in the way of trade. A LABGE, FHESII STOCK OP T T VTCTA 7s,T C AND F a :n i i v Groceries GENERALLY JUST RECESVED. fin I'-nttAii all JuULLiji , CONSTANTLY OS HAND. Antl sclliiig at the lowest notch for cash. '!;!! nJ txitmiiic our stock, at the OLD STAND Washington St., Phoenix mi t THAT LORILARD'S CLIMAX PLUC TOBACCO Willi Ifed Tin Tasr; Koue lxnf Fine Cut ( in ivintr; vj t'Uppinsis ami ISInck. I'.ruwn iid YeilAV S.Vl re the bet chuaiiOst, quiilltr curiexdcreit ? ? J 1 1 r fi i h2) tern k liolesaie and deals n m- Shingles, Doors, Sash, Blinds, (VJouldings, and FIRST-CLASS BUILDiKC MATERIAL ?lt Reasonable Rates. Lumber Yard at Corner Adams & rVJontpzuma Streets, no Block TJorth off the Plaza. xiiiporting- AND iercantilo Job Prioters, L i t h O0 r a 3 h e r s ELAFK BOOK MAITUFACTUEEES 215, 217 and 219 BUSH STKEET, SAN FRANCISCO. A2TD CHiAS. XT" Of, . . . .ri:oi)ue;Kt ok.... PURE WINBB & BBAHDIE YiNiiYAKD, Cellars and Distilleey: ST. HELENA, NAPA COUNTY, CALIFOKNIA Send orders to CHARLES KRL'G, 61. Italoua. Or J. J. DICKINSON, Traveling Agent. - No. 5, Uydu St ., Sun Francisco. ? V .v i ) At the old sta.id, next door to the Bunk Exchange Hotel, Hi a, 4 13 S Of THE iE3T QUALITY, Also a well-selected stock of Dry nd Shoes, Ilttts, Furnishing Gl-oods, kc. Goods Delivered Free 51- PREPCOTT, SAMUEL HILL Wholesale aud Retail Ueulers in Tinware, Granite ani Apte Ironware, Pumps, Pipe-fitting and WINDMILLS A specialty W. W- VSGIJS IS -AST)- mm The famous The excellent Pianos I Hardinan Pianos! The popular and best medium priced FEAiS and mm MM I The unrivaled The celebrated STANDARD ORG AITS! are all fully warranted and sold to reliable parties ou the easy install ment plan. Tuning in-ulN. Pur particulars as to terms aud for IN Instratcd catalogues, apply to the agent for Arizona, A. KKni:uTM, Vailojo, Cal. P. O. Box 84 Fine Liquors A pe ialty TOM SHERMAW, Prop. Southeast Corner Wuehfngtonftnd Ceiite Phoenix Hotel, C.SALARI, Prop. North Siele of. Washin;tou Street Above the TliizH. rnoExix, a. t. ft 7 ' K;- iV T -Lb J II. btationers 3 T, 7?, 17: H- G ooas Boot of Cliarge. COLDOERC .AND FHOENIX Age-uL' for ALTI1 OUSE W IN DM ILL Job Wark and E-spaSrin? Promptly Dcno. East Washington street, Near the Phoenix Hotel . Bysineso ULfcJ tji-khti ucisiLL, E W. ClfKVis J'ios. Two and and one-half miles south of Fresco tt. A. T. LlercbantabIo, Clear, Surfaced and Rustic Lumber, Matched Flooring, C'asing.s, Mouldings, Panelings and Shingles OF THE FINEST QUALITY Having now completeel and in full operation, my new Saw- mill, I am prepared to 11 or ders tor, In short everything in my line for the construc tion of uilti Ings. TKKJtsi - Cash on Welt very All orelers seat by mail or through the merchants promp attention. GEO. CUBTIS. BETTER TEAK GOLD, 11 TtAWl-- jagJiliil md . USE IN HOT WATER. rem BALE AT inB (Jardei Clifcij Drug tcre Sole Aged's for Phoenix, A. T. We EC 'i'-i' itj'i fi., fiun tiuuois mi Conducted by Qul:ii-ri hVv' 7w -Tiif intent " kf-" I i 1 f h i .1 Ur it -d . Sii-.tfS. rVI.OSC I.iFV. l.:N e C-'. : -" fp..i!U;n. k. f-erl"- ct muMi- 1 Wr :"- a i HLiti pure u cilicl' t; CO -fVN oiire spjvi;T AVii l'Ki:: C'l'ltKs t'T ;tH i'ri'iiO, e.'iS-H, A iVertiorrf of trie Blood, Skin. Kirinevs. BWd- rj hot, trt:piinrs, L'iccrs, Uia C Sores, Cw If. ocftheGfands. Sores Kh th. Throat. Hone f v'S Pains. p--r!'.i:iitent.y cured nnu 1-ry.tiii.u ea irura tuc s- stt in Cor life. Sum inal lo'-.-es, Sexual fU Decay. Mental Phy?ic iii Weuknes?, Fniliiif; Mem ory, Wetik "Eyes, fiiunted Development, leaped i men r.s to Jlarrinpe, ei c. . from Excet-sp or Youth iul Ioiliee, or Any cause, ypeetlily. Safely and Privately cured, Yonns. liJille- A eet! and Ol:l men, htici a'.l who need nieflicnl feKil; Hiid exfrePiesn-c, tjnrt:lt old Euro- , citn I'hysic'ttn at once. His opinion costs lioibini;. ami may save fr.ture iiii--ery aiid shaine. W heii inconvenient to v it-i t tbu city tor treatment, ne(iirims r-in bit sen: evei-ywh'-tre hy exprfcHS. fret? !'s in oiwervaHun. It ik .eif evident t.fu:t a phyi:cifin who rivod hi vritoic i; tention to a c'r& of'tiL-Ciiees iittaEtiA tvfit Siili.nnd piiysicians throuyhout thecimniry. Itnowinethi.", iruqnetitjy rec ommend difticult case to th' -tX"!e!it Njn:ii i nf , by whom every known jrol remedy U used. TtTa Toctor' .1.C4 and K-Ttiii-rJosi makv hisojiiaioa ol t.iii?rPio l:u3;orauT. fr?' "These wlit c;tii see r.u one but the Dtict r. Co?ieu:turiont fr-e and c; ei- y fldnt int. Onset? wliica have faded in obtaining reiiet O-owbtrc epo ciu.r. so!iciv.,d. ''o mailt diSL-a-ea eiiccess iiiliy treat d. Thi C't?jr 'wil! airreo io forfeit &i,ii-o Tr a ca.-e ai dertiikcn, nui cured. Call r write doms: Dr.il y, troin 9 k. m. to I p. in. ; tj to S, eveniicjs ; tind'vy, SCJto Is oniv. Send :or 'i lie tniiliaiict Cinidc to iiealth;" .-ent free d,!:e-s an nbee. Cv"The prrytcep of the celebrated old ti' rinai; PUj-siciHD, Dr. O. GIIiAUD, from S'.t.iis Snr.rr, htivn been s c tired at tbe IJI-i.D; DISf'EN'SAliY. :it- larac as a spL-ciftiiia: I'ordirteaseb ot inen la nnivorpal '.y kito-.vii, r:r.d hr.ndreds a:e iiaily avail in j; lu'UisolveH o' the opporMK'iiy f1 fre6 rn:iuilrti.jii. V6i8onaily or by letter, iu a!i laiiuarref- W otsdoiTal kkrman S i vifforator Veniianen: ly preveute ai) Unnatural Loee ty from Uu system, t -ney the nerves, i-T'-nijihtiE' the muycle, cheiki the wnt t. iuvirroTA'-oe th.t who.e Rt-m, and r -stores riie litllicted to licallb and Uap- 'I'f; ffa-on 8 many cannot sret cured ot S.T.iipH! Weakness. Lo?3 of Mtmhorxl. imc is r w::-y to a o nip: kR-ion, cal !ed IJKf.S T WUUllEA with 11Y IJEltABTiJ Jfcf A, wh:c:; rcijniivs iiccidiur treaMnent. Dr. i.iuh;pV Invi'orutor ii ihe only positive cm v for 1'liusTATOi RHEA, with pe -n!-i:ir Sp.-c'Rl Treainient, used at Li BIS DISPENSARY. B5ri-c of 2n visrr.itot 5- Ca;pof six tott'es, $10. Sent t" any add reus, cov-ei-d renirely irorn oSfci vai ion. Mo.-i pov.'urftii eleciric bells froo to pa ticntt:. :o prove th Wonderm! Fovcrofthe INVKJOif AToj. A : ?;;t?ii (.Ivni r f4-it Vj'ec. t,ii.j!.'i';:ti'.i: Free Private, cr i'd !ve,.-. 3 - 3 ? i t t j I 3 i X ! ? I V . Vi iit. -.yy treet San Kr m.-ico. tt. V: JZe.i'ny . eavry Diul1 I'il VVUN'TY-l-'IVE years V jf pi .-.ctical -xperi-ln 1 'in opiioii ri.jsi- (T.GO cr.ablre r;i' upon a I:lt-r-.- lixliinaioil (.! tie '.VMichM'ii iainiti liulily .-'.ii.e'tl.T (ir.v ex 8 dcu c' ol vi.i.ii!. ri':;oi;.s.'.!:'.i r- pcopl.- :i;:- their oyef. jilt. lruiiiciitiy iujiircrt by i,c-.'!i'Ct anu l-y pur t imirjif ri.i-i from Hu-oiiii-eieiit i;ntl cxiu-.!-iLiic.L;it puis vvl.t -h ili);!.-y r:nl udTiy Inert nCr vcntt.flflv ruins rl:f tnirLr.. Tl.e I'yi-, ijoiit sr -fie most proiPiH I'.t'.fi.tion to i:c? 'rve it, :.ii(t Ire Ck.i.i.ieinl aii iorenn not to dv!i:y. but to t .'iii ana nv tnctr e ves I'l imiuca rrne o chnru and eni-etttcl" pnp-r.y udjuftnd iiccosr.ry. t inr ioct; i,r Vi ica: uoela Ciiiti. irieid Opera auu bjy Otnss-s, i' . MAXXASSi'. Optlrlun ill Ke-any at., San fruiiCisco. tchutf Piles NyuU'tomet Qnil Cure. The evinptoms nro molftnro, liko per- ypiration, uncut c itchint:. iitcrea.-'d bv hcracliini': very diatreesincr, jmrtieuiar ly at ni-.'lit; it ccum as if pin worms were crawling m anu aoout tlie rectum; in private parrs ire sometimes affected. If allowed to continue very benou reulti may follow. BWAYNE'S OINTMENT ia a ilt"&sant and sunt cure. Also, for Teiter. Itch, Salt-Rheum, Scald-Iiead Srysipe'as. Barbera Itch, Blotches, all dcaly. cmeiy tfkn Dineaee?. Bx, by maw, :i c:s.: a ior Anan-sa, uti SWAYNE& SON, Fhila., Ph. Sold by UrnKgista. mon tu weu Til y. w floeaix mm. West WnNhlBxton Street. PHOENIX ARIZONA 3-,i ..i ft... ..,.!.' .f All'P.'-J Grape Cuttings, Etc. at lowest cash prises: , EE.'Farrington, Proprietor. ft & &l win I WASHINGTON STREET, PHOENIX - - A. T. W.C. PIMM, Proprletcr. Re-fitted and Re-furnished. EvsJfJihing Jielv, ffieai, Clean Good rooms to let by the day. week, or mouth. First-elass board can be obtained in the building. aoiceWlEes,LipniSCi!iars Kopt at tho Bar. HmMm i Jommissica, faricopa.A. T. Shipping Mark, S. & K. ARCADE 2PP 1 Stearns & lira wauufuctnr the FINEST BEER in the Territory. Orders Iromtly I'lll-.!- JOH LUKE. PRIVATE DiSPENHrtiiV. S 'A Kearney Street San Francisco, Col., KsTil.LtSIIKl) FIIII TUB SclF.XTJKlC AN SI'KHIY e'l.KE OF I'lfKO.MC, iS KliVOl'S .K Sl-.:;IAi, iHfiii.sKS. i f j t.'.ri:-i i Oi i.i!iTi.iui 7lt. ALI.KN, A:i TS WHU, KNOWN. tS J a rt.-2!r r:tiujfitt-'d rhj-.-ici::D . fottca. tt'd at j;outifjiij Vv:l,: mm l"i.iversit if TViichifcaH. lie line I'ovot-.'d Ifec: id To, a:id i ac:now!ed-;efl to lllr, in i'X pi'rt Siuri;,on in bis epwRtu:Ly on the la cillt; Coat. YOUNG MEN And MIDDLE-AOED MKN, who are anf lerini; lrorn the effcrlB of Youthful Indie crcLious or Excesses in inaturr joi;f Nkrvous and I'mykipal Debility, Impo tence, I.ot Manhood, confusion ol ideas tin 11 es, avt-riou to society, despot (kn cy, piuiLiles onthe face, lone ol energy, and memory, iruniuiicy ui" urinating etc. Komeinber that y a combination pf Vkuetablb Kkmedie of grcai curative power, the Doctor ha bo arranged hie treatment 'ha: it will i.ot only Httoid lai mediate relief bat permanent euro. (Having been ectrgoon in charge of two londiui botp:taln) cnablB me to trnat all private troubles with excellent results. 1 wtHh it distinctly understoad that 1 do not t-fuim to perform fmj o.ibiiit!ci( or to have miraculous or supernatural power. I claim only to be a skillful and suceeful i'hybicifin and Su ryeon. thokouwuly in formod in my epeciaity. Jieusej of Jiff an. All applying to me will recoive my hon est opinion of 'heir complaints .No jc penmeuting. I will guarantee a positive c:re in every c.-c I undcrtiikr. or forfeit $1.0k. Consultation in my oifice or by letter fjisb and strictly private. Charges reasonable. Thorough lamination, iu clndintr chi-mlcnl ami microscopical ana! yai3 ot urine and advice, 5.k). Oflice hours !) to :i daily. 6 to 8 oveninir Sunday e 9 to 12 only. Call or add re a a liiii KeaTiiy etrout, iAO Francisco. Cal, ivRcmcniber, the Doctor hop a "Vep- tUI ( omacaud, the roeult of nanj yeare of mit'cial practice and hard study, which, nuLr hie special ail vice, 1ms ne' er failed of duccos 1 the cure of Set Jfunhood. i'roMtorrUca. odO-ly-tf Dr. SPINNEY NO II KEA1NY STRET- TiiSATB Am, Caaosic and 8pcial YOUNG MEN WHO MAY BE BUFFERING FROM the clients 04 youthful foille or In discretion will do -well to avail thxtriselvce ol ;hie, tha greatest boon ever laid at tbe the alt;ir of eiiffrrir.ff humanity. Dr. SPiNN KY will gnarantee to forfi it $WQ for every case of Sein'nal Weaknefls or private ditcaso of any kind or character which he uiidertak&e and Jails to cure. MlDDUbl AGED MRU . There arc many at tbu age of thirty to sixty who are tro'ubleo WHh too frequent evacuations of the blndiier, ofteo accom panied hya slight emarlina or burning t-eueation and a weakening of the system in t manner tlw paiient cannot account for. tn csamininc tlie urinary deposits a ropy sodiuieut will oftu be founl nd uomtlme t-mall particieu of alt)umcn wiil ai'pi-ar, or tho coir wll! bo of a thin n lk itto hue. fcRain caanin to a dark nd or j;id appiirj:ce . f here rro many men hn t.f iliir diJil: :il;y, li:oran of the cat e, wiiich if the -econ 't eta eof a -minal we fe r.(it?. Dr.tSpinney will piiaruiitec a perl i tar in ail such canoe, and a healthy r -t-jrariou of the 'jnito-uriiiary orgrr.P. cliice flours 10 to 4 and 6 t o S . Sundays Irom 10 to 11 a. sr. Consultation fice iht;roi3;b examination and udvice. $". Catlor addi'-- DK. SV1XNEY & CO., N 11 Koarnvtjtrect . tan Kraucitco, TU! ;reut .r?e Tonic. iy tho foiltlmate twenty practu experience CL'KKB WITD m " mtsmt nftl wekOftB Kpermatorrhcpa, P rct at orrha. Bmlslone fm potency SxhanBted1 vitalltv. rrcmamr Decline, and LOKH OF SfiAXHOOO from whatever caupe produevd. It cb rfchee and purines the Blood, btroogthon the Norvef, Brain, Muclutf Iiire fion, Kcprodncttve Organs and Fhy and Mental Kacnltice. 1 ctopi any u natural dobllltatinz drain upon the e yeie preventinr involuntary losses, dubiUtatii dreams, seminal locftep with the urlnu. ot po distrnctivc to mind and body. It is pure eliminator of all Kidney and Blatlde Complaint. It contain no injurious in gredients. To thotte Buffering from the veil ofFectf of youthful Indiscretions or ex ceesea, a epeody, tborouth and permacent cure ie Guaranteed. Price pet bottl or five bottles in cave, with full direction and advice, $10. Went secure from obse vstlon to'auy address upon receipt fbrlce or O. O. D. To be bad only of Dr. C. D. SALFIELD, 316 Kearney St., t?an FrancU co, Cal. Consultations etrlctly eoonden' tlal, by Ictterorat ofllce, FHKB. Pot thp t onvenience of patients, and Id order to in sure perfect secrec) 1 have adopted a pri vate addrcee, uudet which all packages are forwarded. TICIAIj BOTTLE FBKK. NOTICE I will send atrial bottlofthe KEJUVKNA TOR sufficient to show its merit free of coarse, te anyone afflicted applying by letter, stating his symptoms and aire. Communications strictly con flaemiai. BE. MXNTXE, (SPECIALIST AND GRADUATE,) Ha. 1 1 Kearny Street, San Francisco Cal. THEATK ALL CHltONIC, SPECIAL AND PKIVATE DISEASES WITH WOK DKRFDL SUCCESS. THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY Is a nevoi-fnilius 'V UVST-f'tSiSSi C1,re for Nervon9 t'SStfiDebllity, Eilmuet lvWS.Hf.k:1. .,. .f . Wi-Wi A'i luatorrhooa. Lost AiMiinbood. Impo- iV . -11 J ?..'v":r ; "JP to el utorrbaa ?-:-lf!and all the t.rrt- pii-aout"u. fuuia- fnl follfet,, and ex- ears euch n Jose o cieinory, Laecitode, Nocturnal KmlBslou. aversion to societv. Ditnneae of vision, noiee in Ihe hed, the vital tin id oaeisinc onobnervfd in the Ufioa and many other dleeMOS tbtjt lead In sanity and death. Dr. M in tie nil agrea to forfeit Five Hun dred Dollar? for a ce of ihls kft the Vital Kestorative (under hte peeial aJvIce and treatment) will aot core, or for an v- tmnir impure or tnjunocis to end in t r Miiiti.' treats all private Diseases auocosa fully without mercury. Consultation fre A thorough exaniioatin and advice, in cluding auaiyais of urine, ga. frloo 1 ital lieetoriitivegl-ytia bottlo,orfourtmes the Quantity, 35.00: sent to anv address upon receipt of price, or C. O. D. socur- from observation and in private name,if aired by A. E. Mintie.M D..No. 11 Kear ny tit- San Francisco, Cal. (4omp(f bottle Heat free on appli cation by letter dating symptoms.sox and ae. Comaiunicatlons strictly Condden tial. Dr Mmtic pKidnet bekidt KEPiimKTi- ouk, cures all kinds of Kidney an. i blaidci Com piaint8,Gonorrhcea, Gleet, Leucorrohea KorBaicbyall druggists; $1 a bottle; fcir boitlep. $5. Ur. Mi u tie's DiNPELios l'iLi.8 ar tae ft and cheapest Dyspepsia and bilioas cure lxi tho market. For sale bv all utfgista. anl'ltt PHGSNIX ery and Feed Wash tngton Street, Below thk Postofpiob, 'j4'-'U3 Ke'inedy and tit a yeais of i i . -.3 vi nt V?ff 1 and PHCE.NIX. .ARIZONA W. ZENT, Proprietor. First-CIaRS Teams and Higs of all Kinds Supplied to Order. GOOD SADDLE HORSES VWThc very Best Attention Give BoArdir.g RD'l nt ritock- I'u i r:s xua k. Aai.E. ".. rr''.' - , '- . ' Positively the Shortest; Line from KANSAS CUT, ATCE1S0W to ST. ToCfflOAGOa Entire Trains run throuyb without chart. . rnuuing Tliroujili Slccprrs from Zacs-i3 City, Torfca, AtcLlccn t.zZ St. Jcac-pb to CHICAGO, P.uJ Palace Eeclinfiig CLair Cars on all Trains, Day aud NlgJsfc, Tuioush tu Ciiie-ago wiUitiut elmngo. MKALS SERVED XN THE r. C P fl Pltr.Tf Ooro AX ONLS 70 CltSTS EACH. PasseoKwaby thU line itrc few.tod hi Grewl Uoloii Doyot, Chicago, -wliere rltrtwt coniito. ttoDS ui made for all potato cuet- f.U Trtlnt Run Deiljr. Bo 8und Ity-ovar. OirCIHBiAfl. r COCUMBCaB, aMtf allfBlCta In iMNutMUI. avKmlT. thst Tftrsaalh Tlcbcte try 9U l.lac. c bo ir.d t all jrtiitpia atattfnui tu Ui wst. Hsiib thmt your atmi t et urvct thf Out UCittea uoaiu Via QUlCiY. T. J. fflTTEB, FF.KWVAL LOWEI.V Vic-Proa, s Oea. Maof 'r C I K- R. hi.PmlL. WK It. CAItSOM, S. K. BOOPi. Vlce-Pr SC5ii.Mii3'' Jo II B. 0n.PJ PAYNCS !0 Hot SparRAiT09finf PorUbl. Eugiuo baa cnt 10.000 ft. of !k!iiiew Pine Sovd In 10 bourn, burning efoi trouo iue saw in ctgnt loot iengui3. Our 10 Hone Wi Cwtramtt to faroitfc powrf to saw BSs) K-ot ot iiuiio- tt Doonid iu 19 noura. Our i ilorte vHii cut IO.O'jO ftet In same tiiue.1 uur i:i:f-ine3 are cu vjlaiti jacci to fnriiLah n hcroe-power oca ' . ..a lorn"". V its xaol tCid wc.t-.ir tneo t :y other Engito i-t-t flttrtf uau au Antomatio Cut-ots If you want a Stationary rorlablo Engine, I'-oiier, CMd- cular baw Mill, Ijhr.ft.lna ot- Puiliea, either casi or Medriurt't i'aU'Ut V rcu&ht Iron Pul ov. fiend for our illustrated Ca:a4 for information aud Y)ric-. t! W. PAYX35 & Elro ra. H. Y, Iiu B4 A fevorfte nrpftcrfrtlofj of otto Of tk4 boost not)d and euceoBful (tpeciullets hi tbo If. ti (now retired) for thncure cf A'rou JoOWt fCo'ytt StnvtHaexX, fVea&tiGGM and noov. Bout iMpiainsukledenveiufvoyVae. IixiliuuuilU. AdaVf ta WASP &Clt UnMaa, Mq. T!.Q re&sr Peir.fs To bti cottsMered by parrhaAerff oxanfaiuir Into tb merits of Clot a nriuars, are EASY aSTSOH, DUnA2!LSTY, An fiwTM vnluablo features nr embodied to . marked degree id lira Aovancs. 3kfanufootared by tho CLEVELAND SUB3E2 COEPASI CLEVELAND, OHIO. SEEDSIlFriUBTSI All of the befC, both new and old. Plants, Thva "Vlnee, Seeds, to., by mail, a specialty, s-tfmnrri gvaramttA. GO ehoiee.chaiip, 1 Seta,firttaiiipkK m a rm a a. 6FT.ENUID a. m ' Bloom iusr 30 PACKETS For the other 68 SI ftrCs and laDI thiriaM b eiilaa, send for our Uiurtnttad Co.akue of orr tin p?fc(St3, fro. tiUyra. SHOnma. 1 1 laKHrooona. TBS STORKS & UAKSPXa tho aimcrtsTtTtrD ymrt rS DLJli tmta, tritaS over SSOW iuiratfc ho0 pi4V mtr fBmA Btla pTixdirmt la conswtiw m 1 (rood' t. .'.l mr aunilr nai TUs m-.rr to ordr, nel givti exact oa f every. thing you u8, eaL elrink, ew, or havo fi:r with. Tlese mvtiluafcle kofcs coil, tain information fleantHl from tbo dim ke-ts of the worU. We will inil a eoriy JPree to ny address vpon remit of tha postage 1 cents. Let ua bear lrow you. Respectfully, MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. ST A gil WabMh wwft llht-oirtt. Hi. " GHAEPIOM " LOSKS, Easiest put on. Keys all Differ. Security Desk, TUI, P. 0. etc WiE OF COIKBINATiON LOCKS to retail, from 51.25 to $2 5C Tie Iipiit J?J?SK JCOCICS. moio"Ki3t3r Z:y.i" Cabinnt T ocka i'a.:loill3 tlmu ril ct pi'tilor coinbicuX V JTMike any peqalre 1 ji udIiw la .t. r 1 pp. rna i. st, iwJ juaiUO 0 PRT1?1 'i " i: -. m b j r i 1 1 k u ei Drairer, I . 5jS Ctoaet, ((0) Chest, j I o J 1 o I ' CEAnnoii PAii.:ra, R. E. Swrrca 4fTho l!i(liC!T Tta-1 Wfirc TTrTt.? t.p-. 1M -pir' m ruita iw Ui. -UtAnrioM" i iu moth. na luck caffisi.