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Stranger Saw at Our Territorial 'atr. A correspondent of the Republican-Register, Illinois writes con cerning our Fair as follows : 1 started in search of tlio Great American Desert. We went were it was in our schol day atlases and found ouiselves in the midst of au agricultural fair. It was held in Phoenix, the "Garden City ot Arizo na." And a garden it seemed when after the dreary ride over sand plains and cactus fields it burst into our view, tree cmboTered.and surround ed by green fields. Of course this vendure pre supposed water, and water is there in abundance, furnished by the Gila and Salt rivers for very appropriately we had taken jur post election trip "up Salt river." Eight irrigating canals with innumerable branches, convey the water through farms and city streets and wherever It flows luxuriant veg etation abounds. For hundreds of miles we had seen no trees except the pinion and other stunted moun tain growth, but here a well shaded avenue of four miles long leads us into the city, whose every street is bordered with trees, and its plaza is crowded with them.' Of course the streets are Tiricd with acequias, and through which the life-giving waters flows. The fair ground,is about two miles out of town, and tho ride thither shows more strange sights than you would see in a week at home. Jaciils and . Jacalitas Mexican houses, big and little made of poles set upright, ' thatched with sugar cane er corn stalks, and embellished with enormous strlng3 vf red pepper or chili. Adobe houses swarming with Mexican n.en, women.children, burros and dogs, Indians On borse. back and on toot, in blankets or in breech cloths, fields of alfalfa, of red pepper, of sugar cane, growing side by side; great, fat porkers, rival ing their brothers in Illinois, though they may never have tasted corn in their lives, aod oter all a Bky so blue and a sunlight s brilliant, No vember though it be, that the very clouds of dust are glorified. Arriving at the fair greunfli, we find arrangements the most primi tive, lor this" is Arizona's first fair and three months before its grounds weie a furm, on which grew some of its exhibits. The race track is the most conspicious feature, and here every afternoon were races of all sorts, trotting races and running races, burro laces, sack races, foot races from which Indians were ex cluded, and Indian races, squaw races, bicycle races, slow mule races and so on, adinnnitum. Then there was equestrianism by gentlemen, by ladies, by boys, and an Indian plow ing match. The Iuilian plow would set Deere crazy a long straight stick with a snort crooked stick stuck on Ihe end of it. And his pitchfork is just a forked stick which Dame Nature kindly furn ishes him. But if his tools are not of the most approved fashion, he makes good use of them, he raises the finest wheat in the territory, the finest we ever saw anywhere, and great quantities of it. I am told the white farmers often go to the Mari copa Indians for their seed wheat because it is so much better in qua!-. lly and so much cleaner than, their own; The only exhibits of wheat in this fair were made by these In dians, a fact which greatly mortified their white neighbors. The exhibit of these Mancopn In dians exceeded In variety and inter est that in any other department. Besides the wheat, of which there were several entries, they had on exhibition a large variety of seeds which they use for food, grinding them up and making them into bread. They seem to utilize eve ry thing among the seeds so used were some very fine black ones, from the careless weed, much like our pig weed, and red seeds even finer; there were common beans in great variety and mesquitc beans the screw be an, not a bean at all, but the fruit of a prickly bush, from which they make and exhibit a bran-coral ' looking loaf of bread, sweet rue-its made from the fruit of sahuaro, or giant cactus, very palatable, ground parch-. ed wheat and many other things, demonstrating that the Indian cui sine is not confined to dog meat and succotash. - vHere was exhibited Jthe dragon's horn from whose ; fibre : mats and baskets are mado; the criorm ous baskets woven of mescafor agave fibre, in t which, swung across her. shoulders and held In place by a banjfWoixnd her forehead.the squaw carries burdens larger than - herself; the great oils, -water cooler, and the panther-skin quiver full of arrows. , Not the least interesting parijifjbe exhibit was tho Indians .themselves, wfc clustered around and seamed p teased with the notice their produc- nulls CiiUllCU. 'ifear" by-the Indian department were" -six bales of cotton to which w&8 iawawkd, in addition : to the Territorial premium the: premium offered some two" or-;tItree years ago by -the United States government for the best cotton of the first crop raised In thii Territory, This was grown aubut'nine-. miles from Phoenix NciiP by the cotton was some corn which' would nave taken the prem-luni'jffi- -in Illinois fair. ' It grew neaY Phoenix and was planted the la&tjojf, July. Corn planted in May will be dried, up by the summer heat, but planted so as to come up the Unit -half pf August, fills out and matures "beautifully . While the quality, was .so jcood the quantity was. notici-ably small. Sandwiched in between the corn an' cotton "was an exhibit of sugar cane, the Louisiana kind, not sors glium, while out of doors, becaus e it wastoot tall to exhibit in the hall, wa's-"HE?b-inese' sorghum flanked by cornsliiks bearing enormous cars higher wp than I could reach- This grew on the fair grounds. Pump kins svcha9 we call Hoesier pump. kins-were there in all their glory, weigHing from sixty to eighty-five pouads -apiece; crook. necked squash, eaciiout: a good lifj for a man; Irish and sweet potatoes, the finest wo What a ever saw or tasted ; yams weighing over nine pounds apiece; festive peanuts, artichokes, chufa or earth almonds, raised as food for hogs but palatable for man as we proved by tasting; egg plants and tomatoes of wonderful fine flavor. But the fruit exhibit excelled al! other agricultural products in quan tity and quality. Apples, pears, peaches, grapes, apricots, show what Arizona can do in the fruit line. Here were white winter pearmain apples weighing 14 ounces each, most clear and beautiful to look upon; pears of even greater size, and immense peaches clustering on the boughs, thick as blackberries on their stems. The fruit from around Prescott, higher in altitude and lati tude, was noticeably smaller, though 1 as good in quality as that qrowu in the Gila valley. To be continued, W expected to see a very fine ex hibit of ores and were not disap pointed. It occupied nearly an en tire side of Exhibition Hall, and is under the supervision of Mr. H. B. Maxon. The handsomest exhibit is made by the Copper Queen mine of ' Bisbee, which in September pro duced 423 tons of black copper and in October over400 ton9. The ar rangement of this exhibit is excel lent for showing the way in which the ore occurs. First comes the limestone capping, in which only the experienced eye sees "indica tions;" tnen the ledge formation, exhibiting oxides, bromides, azurite, green carbonates, etc. Here also are seen some water formations of exquisite beauty, if not of any great value in the miner's eye. Then we come to the refined copper, the cop per mate, and finally the slag, thus being led through the whole work ing of the mine. The Tombstone district sent ex hibits from over a huudred of Its mines, including the Old Guard Grand Cintral, Emerald, Stonewall and ToughnuU Mr. Maxon esti mates the average yield of speci mens from the Tombstone district at $80 per tOD, mill test. A specimen from the Bronco mine will assay into the thousands while one from American mine, lately sold for f 100,- 000, assays $15,000 per ton. The horn silver in this specimen is spread on the rock as we spread butter on bread . The Elgin mine sends some lead specimens of galena, and the I . X. L. sends a sample giving eighty-two per cent. lead and $32 silver per ton. The Ground Hog, until lately con sidered but a poor show, sends a very tine exhibit of horn silver and is now yielding some of the richest ore in the Tombstone district. The next four shelves are devoted to gold ores from the Tevis district, Cochise county, averaging from $30 to $G0 per ton gJJ, and carrying much iron. The Vulture, of Maricopa county, makes a fine display of free gold ore. The Smithline Brothers, of Hum bug district, make a fine display of silver ore, most of which yields $700 per ton. The United Verde Copper Comi pany, in which Gov. Tritle is largely interested, make a fine exhibit, showing the different character of ores, silver as well us copper. In this mine free gold is olten lound. In this exhibit is a bar of bullion weighing 160 pounds, which is 97 per cent, pure copper and contains 15G ounces of silver and ounces of gold. A specimen from Gila Bend dis trict, Maricopa county, carries good percentage of lead and assays $300 in silver. Silver King sends the most beau tiful display, showing silver in its many forms, ruby, naiive and horn; some of it so pure that it needs only the stamp of government to convert it into coin . The gold camp in nuachuca M t. sends in gold bearing rosk, placer gold and nuggets as big as your thumb. There is also an exhibit of tin, another of mica, and another of fire clay, showing the great variety of resources of this wonderful territory, The entries of stock, except hogs which abound, are not very numer ous, but Bhow fine animals. The cattleare mostly Durham and Devon shire. One cow of the latter stock weighs eighteen hundred pounds Ehe;is matched in weight by a Clydesdale stallioD. There are some very fine horses on exhibition, in cluding roadsters and carriage horses. Entries for the races include the. fastest horses in this and sur rounding territories. The fair was open a week and closes to-night, Nov. 17th. It speaks well for its management that in spite of all the obstacles to be over come by a new organization, the distractions of the election, and the fact that Phoenix is thirty miles from the nearest railroad, and that a road whose passenger rates are ten cents a mile, it has provtd a finan cial success by paying all expenses Great credit is due for this to its efficient secretary, Maj. Ingalls. Its moral backbone is showed by the fact that in spife of immense pros ure brought to bear to have racing on Sunday, which is in accordance with usage out here, the Board of Directors voted to close the race course on that day and rigidly en forced their decision. Amnng the distinguished visitors were Gov. Tritle, wife and daughter, C.-.I. Clendenin iind wife.from Whip ple Barracks, Adj. Gen. Sherman, lute Superintendent of Public In struction of Arizona, Brigham Young, Jr., of Salt Lake, and his representative of Mesa City, Bishop A. Jr. Mucdolialil. Mary Allen West. Sj riip of t lx. Nature's own true laxative. Pleas ant to the. Palate, acceptable to the Stomach, harmless in its nature, painless iu its action. Cures habit ual Constipation, Biliousness, Indi ces! ion, and kindred ills. Cleanses the system, purifies the blood, regu lates the Liver ami acts on me uow- els. Breaks up Colds, Chills, Fevers, etc. Strengthens the organs on which it acts. Better than bitter, nauseous Liver medicines, pills, salts, and draughts. Sample bottles free, and lame bottJes for sale by U. J. lhib- odo, Phoenix, A. T. Tost Yonr BaMng Powier To-Day ! Brands adTertiacd as absolutely paro THE TEST I Place a can top down on a hot stove nntll heat!, then remove tho corerond smell, A chem ist will not be required to detect tho presence of Ammonia. THVFS NOT CONTAIN AMKGXIA. It HealthnilMM Ha NEVER - Qowtloaed. In ft mflllon homes for a Quarter of a century it ha htood the consumer's rclialtlt- Us?tt THE TEST OF THE 0ES. Price Bating Powder Co., MAKERS OV Dr. Price's Special Flavoring Extracts, The strongest, most delicious and natural flavor known, njid Dr. Price's Lupu'.in Yeast Gerss For Light, Healthy Hread, The Beit Dry Hop aat in tho world. FO!? SALE BY CROCERS, CHfCACO. - ST. LOUIS. USB Ea H a m f - fci I In cases of dyspepsia, debility, rheuma tism, fever anil nirrie, liver complaint, in activity of thfl kidneys and bladder, con stipation and other orgnnic maladies, HostetterV Stomach Bitters is a tried rem fnjy, to which the medical brotherhood have lent their professional sanction, and which as a tonic, alterative and honsehold specific for disorders of the stomach, liver ami bowels has an nnbonndod popularity. For sale by Druggist and Dealers to whom apply for Hoatetter's Almanac for 18a5. DO YOU KNOW THAT LOEILAKD'S CLIMAX PLUG TOBACCO With HeJ Tin Tac: ISowe Lpaf Fine Cnt Chewinc; Xavy 'IliiinH hiuI Black. Brown nnd Yellow NM'KVN are the best omt clieajiest, quality considered ? au.7 lyw TUYY TORPID EOVtfELS, DISORDERED LIVER, and fALARIA. From ilK-susom-cos urine tliroe-fourtna oftlietliseaiieaofUieliuinan race. The symptoms iiulirUo their existence: X088 of Appetite, Bowels costive, nick lfeadaciic, fuilneas after eat ing, aversion to exertion ot'Iiodyor minfl. KracUttion of foocl,Irritalil ity of temper, Uov spirit., A fe line offaaviTiq; ntglc(.'?fft some dnty,lt Eliiess,l -i ' ?c rltfis at the Heart, lot before t!'o ''ss, hielily eoJored Urine.COisi'jruPATIOni.anfl demand the use of a remedy tb.-.t acts diroctjy.on tho Liver. AsaLivermedicmcTljTT'B PILL have no quaL Their action on tho Kidnevs nnfl Stein is also prompt; romovini;ftll impurities tlirousrh these tiiree.' scavengers of the system," producing appetite, sound digestion, rcifukir stool, a clear skin and a vif orousbody. TINT'S JILL8 cuuae no nausea or griping nor interfere with dailv work Hud arc a perfect ANTIDOTE. TO MALARIA. FoM'eTery'?ier,..-2jC. OiEeo44 MurraySt.N Y. UTTB HAIR DYE. CJRAT UAIH Oil WHISKERS ciiangeu 111 Btantly to a GLossr Black by a singlo application of this Dye. Sold by Drusr giste.or sent by ex press on receipt of $L Office, 11 Marrav Street, New York. sews jiAETUi, cJ tssra, E3CEI?T0 AH.GADE Having leased this Fine Brewery I am fully prepared to supply the people of Salt River Valley with the finest. by the Keg or Bottle. Orders promptly tilled. MICHEL WURCH. J. J- SWEENEY L CO- Wholesale and Retail JJealcrein Beef, Poft Yeal, Mutton, Etc PHCENIX, A. T. Corner ot Washington & Center iHs Robt. Steinegger Washington Street, De low the Postoffice, PHCEN1X - - ARIZONA. Former Asi.ayer fur Central Arizona Alining Co., Vulture. TERMS REASONABLE ! ASSAYS RELIABLE! i ; I i: I "lit; I : I J Lessons, by REV. J. BLOIS WHO ALSO GIVES Latin and Italian Lessons. r I CELEBRATED 351 PILLS BKEuIERY lie Arizona Canal Company. Hereby announces that it will sell water lor the ensuing year in such quantities as may be desired, in any part of the SALT RIVER VALLEY South of its Canal ami east of the Agua Fria. Application.? should be made with out delay as they will be considered by the com pany in the order in which thty are presented. The application AIUST be made in WRITING, stating the Name and Address of the applis cant, a description of the land on which it is to be used. The quantity of water desired must be stated . Rates will hereafter be fixed by the Comuany, and applicants will not be bound to take water until they are notified of the price, and agree thereto. Address all appli cations to CLARK CHURCHILL, President, Phoenix, Arizona. IRVINE & CO. Ploenix Cash Store. Offers new inducements in the way of trade. A LARGE, FRESH STOCK OF PKOVIISIONS AND Farn.lv Groceries GENERALLY JUST RECEIVED. Fresh Butter, Ens aniJrnit CONSTANTLY ONjlIAND. And selling at the lowest notch for cash, ('all and examine our stock, at the OLD STAND Washington St., Phoenix C. H. BURY, ER Contracts Carefully Executed Shop East Side Gregory's Lumber Yard Phoenix, Arizona SALT RIVER ASSOCIATION E, THE UNDERSIGNED, AN EX centive Committee appointed by a meeting of the directors of all the irrigat ing canals now In operation on Salt river, in Maricopa county, Arizona Territory, do hereby make the following statement: To all purons whom it may concern: That on tho 5th day of November, t8&l, the aforesaid canal companies caused the wateis of the Kelt Eiver and alfo in all the canals, to be measured by two compe tent engineers, who duly' reported as fol lows: The whole amount of water in Salt river itK) yards below the head of the Arizona canal, was 31,09t inches. Amount flowing in all the old canals 30,593 inches. The distance between the two points of measurement is 25 miles, which""includes the he?ds ol the eleven canals now in operation. None of these old canals were full at the time of measuiement, some having not more than half their usual amount required daring the important irrigating geason. These measurements are reliable and are certified to by the en gineers who have done the work and are well acquainted with the character and capacity of tho Salt river. Signed on behalf of the several canals composing the "Salt River Irrigating As sociation," organized Nov 8th, 1884. A. L. HENSHAW. 1 A. F. .MACDONALD, J-Com. M. W'OKMSEK. ) Phoenix Hotel, IC.SALARI, Prop. North Side of Washington Street Above the Pla.a. PHOENIX, A. T. CITY iEBYtglEED STABLE, Kast Washington St , adjoining the Phoenix Hotel WELLS & RICE, Props. VVERYTHIXG A W We wish to inform all our friet.o. and the nnhlic irenerallv. that. T have onened a first class Livery and Feed Stable in Phoenix, and solicit share of their patronage. Anythhig in the Livery (Stable Line can be found iiere. HORSES BOARDED By the day, week or month, and giv ea Caret ul Attention. GARPENT AND R U I L D E P. IVllOR, Wholesale and Retail DEALER IH Lumber! Shingles, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, and F1RST-C ASS BUILDING MATERIAL At Reasonable Rates. Lumber Yard at Corner Adams & Montezuma Streets. One Block North of the Plaza. H. S. CROCKER & CO. Importing Stationers .. AND ... Mercantile Job Printers, Lithographers BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS 215, 217 and 219 BUSH STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. A1ID ....PRODUCER OF PURE WINES & BRANDIES Vineyard, Cellars and Distillery: ST. HELENA, NAPA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA Send orders ta CHARLES KRTJG? St. Halena. Or J. J. DICKINSON, Traveling Agent. No. 5, Hyde St., San Francisco. PRESCOTT, SAMUEL HILL,. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Tinware, Granite and Agate Ironware, Pumps. Pipe-fitting and WINDMILLS A specialty. W. W. VICUS, Business Manager PlAHOSj The famous Knabe Pianos! The excellent Haidman Pianos! The popular and best medium priced . : FSASS and ISIUIffl ! ; The 'unrivaled nr;is()i)rs.i;iii)iiHi The celebrated STANDARD ORGANS! are all fully warranted and sold to reliable parties on the easy install ment plan. Tuning gratis. For particulars as to terms and for IK Iustrated catalogues, apply to the agent for Arizona, ;,. . A. RbdeuilIj, Vallejo, Cal. P. O. Box 64 ELEGANT JEWELRY, WatchnakingHepairing ana Fine Engraving. AT Israel Miller's Jeweler's Emporium. Phoenix, Arizona. 3?A11 work warranted. jg?3 AtW.T. Woods' Phoenix Nvs Depot, opposite be Postotiice, Washiuatop P. K. HIGKEY, Notary Public. Real Estate, Mines, Insurance. Houses and Land Bought, Sold, Runted and Kents collected. Mines Bought and Sold on Commis sion. Insurance Fire, Accident, Life. ACCOUNTANT, RECORDS SEARCHED, COLLECTIONS MADE, LOANS NEGOTIATED, CONVEYANCING. Opp- P.O.. Phoenix i A-T- Orgahsj :and PHCENIX ; Agents for ALTliOUSE WIN DM ILL -: Job Work' and Repairing -..-1:1'. Piomptly Done. Easv Washington sfreet, Near Ihe Phoenix Hotel . NEW SAW MILL KU W. CtKTIS Pros. Two and and one-half miles south ,pf Piescott.A. T. Merchantable, Clear, Surfaced and Rustic Lumber, Matched Flooring, C-asing,s, Mouldings, Panelings and Shingles OF THE FINEST QUALITY Having now completed and in full operation, my new Saw mill, I am prepared to fill or ders for, .. In1 short everything in my line for the construc tion of First-class Build ings. TEKJIs t Cash ou lellvery. All orders Bent by " mail 'or through the merchants promp attention. . . :: - GEO. CURTIS. MRS.F.M. CLABK, CM I L L I H E R ALSO Fancy Goods. - Latest Styles, New Goods, and Satis faction Guaranteed. First Door West of Gregory.. House Phoenix, Ariz,,. ( . Estray Notice. Tome to my ranch, miles authwest of Phoenix, one dark brown horeo, slight ly saikUe marked, with left hind foot white and branded I ) on left hip. Owner will come forward X pro ve property, pay the charges and ttvke the mune Rway, or the property wjll be disposed of according to aw. JOS. MON1HON. Phoenix, Mot. 29, 186.. . , , CHARLES DANKER, Ie.tatTaiior. SUITSTO ORDER AND GOOD FIT OOA11ANTEED. Repairing and Cleanfng NEATLY DONE Part of the trade respectfully solic ited. , Shop jn . Thalheimer's Building, On Mantezuma street, four doors north of Washington," . . PHOfiNIX, - ARIZONA J. IDE dBr.Liebig UU Private IHKpcuvary. 400 Geary ft., San Francis co, Lai. Conducted hy Qunliritid (ft Pliysicianaund yurooiis i.l reiiular liraclnatoB . cialinti- in the United States. TvbOBt lipk incj expbkience, perfect met h ol and pure medicine in sure 9PEBDT aild PKRMA nkkt curbs of all Priv.ixe. Chronic and Nervous J-i-eases, Atluctinus of the Blood. Skin. KidnevS, Bind fy-- C der. Eruntions. Ulcers. Old r-j Sores.Swc lii.g oftheGlands. ZI Sjres Mo th, ihroat, bone C3 Pains, permanently cured 3 and eradicated from the 5, system for life, 5NERV0US?mK,SJ, cterainai ixippey, bexuai j Decay, Mntu! and Phytic- j al WeaktesH, Failing Mem- j ory. Weak Kyes, Stunted J Development, Impediments to Marriage- etc. , from KxceFsea or Youth j ful Follies, or any cause. Speedily, Safely 1 and Privately cured, Yo unc Middle-Aeed and Old men, and all who need medical kill and exiei'icm?t counult the old Euro pean Physician at once. His opinion costs nothing, und may save future mis ery and shame. When inconTenient to visit the city tor treament, medicines can be sent everywhere hy express, free from observation. It is pelf evident that a physician who gives his whole at tention to a class of diseases attains great n kill, and physicians throughout the country, knowing this, frequently rec ommend difficult cases to the Oldest Kpertnlist- by whom every known good remedy is used. Th Doctor's Atre and fcxperlenoe makehisopinioa of HUireme importance. Ki? Those who call see no one bat the Doctor. Consultations free and sacred ly Confidential. Gases which have failed in ohtnininir reliei elsewhere espe cially solicited. Female diseases success fully treated. The Doctor will agree to forfeit Si.OOO for a case ui.dertaken, not cured. Call or write. Hours: Daily, trom 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. ; 6 to 8, evenings; Sundays, JO to 12 only. Send for ''The Sanitarit Guide to Health;" sent free A-dUrees as above. fgr The seryices of the celebrated old German Physician, Dr. O. GIKAKD, from Straus burg, have been secured at the LIEBIU DISPENSARY. His fame as a specialist for diseases of men is universal ly known, and hundreds are daily avail ing1 themselves of the opportunity of free consultation, personally or by letter, in all languages. MIC. LIRItlGK Wonderful tier man In vigor at or Permanently prevents all Unnatural Loss es from th system, tones the nerves, strengthens the muscles, checks the waste, invigorates the whole system, and restores the afflicted to Health and Hap piness. The reason so many cannot get cured ot Seminal We ikneae. Loss of Manhood, etc. is owing to a complication, called PROS TATORRHEA with H YPERAETHESIA, which reqmres peculiar treatment. Dr. Hebig's Invijrorntor if the only positive cure for PROSTATORRHEA. with pecul iar Special Treatment, need at LIEBIG DISPENSARY. I'rl ce of Invlsrorator Cased six bottles, $10. Sent to any address, cov eicd securely from observation. Most powerful electric belts free to pa tients. io prove the Wonderful Power of the 1NVIGORATOR, A Bottle tiiven or Hent Free. Consultation Free and Private. Call, or address, mf.kk; 1IWKHIIV, 400 Geary street San Francisco, Cal Private entrance 405 Mason Street, four blocks np Geary street from Kearny. Main entrance through Dispensary Drug store. rpWiXTY-FIVE years JL of practical experi ence in the optical basinet-s enables me, upon a mere examination of the eyes, to adapt specticlea which win immediately remedy any existing defect of vision. Thousands of people have their eyes per manently injured by neglect and hy purchasing- glasses trom incompetent and in experienced persons, which in)ury grad ually Increases and eventually ruins the siht. The eye, beins; the most delicate of organizations, needs skill, care and prompt attention to preserve it, and I re commend all persons not to delay, but to call and have their eyes examined free ot charge and spectacles properly adjusted necessary-. Fine etock of Optical Goods, Unas, rieiu upera ana opy uiasaes, fli. .11AXXASSK, Optician. Ill Kearpy St., San Francisco, Itching Piles -- Symptoms and Cure. The svtnntoms are moistnre, like per spiration, intense itching, increased by scratching; very distressing, particular ly at mght; it seems as if pin worms were crawling in and about tho rectum: tho private parts are sometimes affected. If allowed to continue very serious results may follow. SWAYNE'S OINTMENT is a pleasant and enre cure Also, for Tetter, Itch, Salt-Rheum, - Scald-Head Ervaineias. Harbors' Itch. Blotches, a! scaly, crusty Skin Diseases. Box, hy mail. 56 cts.; 3 for (1.25. Address, DR. S WAYNE fc SON, Phila., Pa. Sold by Druggists. in on tu wed m & w ' West Washington Street. PHOENIX AEIZONA. Fruit and. Ornamental Trsss of All 'Kinds Grape Cuttings, Etc. at lowest cash prices: R. E- Farrine:tonr Proprietor. ' CAPITOL HOTEL WASHINGTON STREET, PHOENIX - - - A. T. l.C. PIMM, Proprietcr. Re-fitted and Re-furnished. Everything JfeW, Meat ,dlean Good rooms to let by the day, week, or month. First-nlass board cnii be obtained in the building. CboiGB Wlnes.Llanors & Cigars Kept at the Bar. BETTER THAN GOLD, USE IN HOT WATER. FOB BALK AT THE Bole Agents for Fboenix, A. T. m TOT Fboenix Nursery .j r- jl S i te OR. ALL! PRIVATE DiSPENRARY. 2S f.-3 Kearney bfrctii San rrancisco. Cai., KSTABi.1SilEI) .Poll THE StTHNTIFlC AND SPKKDY C 1KB OF L'lIBO.MC. K Kr.VOVH Al SI'kcjial. Diseases. THE EXPERT SPECIALIST. I)1 R. ALLEN, AS T.-i WELL KNOWN, IS Arff.-Ii)fir rrradlliited PhVHician. educa ted at Bowdoi'u College and University ot Michican. He has devoted alifetime to, and i:- arttnowIedL'ed to Ijo tli most vx peri tinreou in hie epaeiuity on tue Pa cific Coast. YOUNG MEN And MtDDLE-AOED MEN, who are stif ferine irom the effecie of Youthful ludis cretione or KxceHcS in mnturer yeirs, Nervous and Physical Debility, Impo tence, Lost Manhood, con Tub ion ot idoae dull eyes, aversion to society, desponden cy, pimples online face, lots ol energy, and mcmorj'i frequency of urinating etc. Itoineiubqr that by a combination of Vegetari.k Remkthks of ere at curative power, the Doctor ha so arranged his treatment that it will not only atloid mediate relief hut permanent cure. My HoHikltal Kxicrlence. (Having been surgeon in charge of two loading hospital;) enables me to treat all orivatu troubles with excellent resoJtu. I wish it distinctly understood that I d- not claim to perform impossibilities, or to have miraculous or simematural power. I claim only to ho a skilltul and successful rnysician and surgeon, tuohouohly in formed in my specialty. IMneaHer of Iau. All apnlyintr to me will receive my hon est opinion of their complaints No ex pcrimciiting. I will guarantee a positive enre in every case I undertake, or forfeit J 1,000. Consultation in my office or by etter frkb and strictly private. Charges easonable. Thorough examination, in cluding chemical and microscopical anal. ysis oi urine ana aavice, s&.uu. Office hours 9 to 3 daily. 6 to 8 evening Sundays 9 to 12 only. Call or address . . Kearny street, Kan Francisco. Cal, rRemember. the Doctor has a Veg etable Compound, the result of many vears of soecial practice and hard study. which, under his special advice, has nev er failed of success in the cure. of .IjOHt 31 an hood, l'rowtutorrliea. o0-lv-tf , . .. This Ore at ICejavlnatlni; Remedy and Nerve Tonic Is tho legitimate res nltt)f( twenty years of practe cal experience and CORES WITH uxrA.11.11r0 CIS- taintt rervoii and Physics ueDiiity, Bern nal weakness- Snerniatorrhosa. Prest atorrha. Emissions Impotence 15xhii stcd vitality, Frematar Decline, and IONS OF MAX HOOD from whatever cause proaiica. it cb riches and purifies the Blood, Strengthen i ne JNervee, Brain, juascies, ui sion. Reproductive Organs and PI and Mental Facnltfes. It stops any natural debilitating drain upon the syste prevent! np involuntary losses, debiiitatir dreams, seminal losses wiin tne urine, et po distrnctive to mind and bodv. It is pure eliminator of all Kidney and Bladde Complaints. Itcontains no injur ion e' in gredient. To those sunering from the veil etFects of youthful indiscretions or ex cesses, a speedy, thorough and permanent cure is Guaranteed. Price $3.50 per bottle or five bottles in case, with run direction and advice, 10. Sent secure from obse woHnn tn'unv Addresn iiDnn recemt of brlc or C. O. D. To be had only oi Dr. C. D SALFIELD, 216 Kearney St.. Nan. Crane ta co, Cal. Consultation strictly coenden tial. hv letter or at oiuce, p H&a. j'orta convenience of natients. and in order to in Kore perfect secre'cA' -adopted a pri vate address, nndei which all packages are forwarded. TIUAIi HOTTK FKEK. . NOTICE I will send a tiial bottle of the KEJUVENATOR sufficient to show itg merit free of chartre, te ny one alHicted applying by letter, stating his symptoms and age. .Communications strictly con gdenttal DR. MINTIE, (SPECIALIST AND GRADUATE,) No. 1 1 Kearny Street, . San Francisco Cal TREATS ALL CUliONIC, SPECIAL AND PKIVATE DISEASE8 WITH WON DEKFUL SUCCESS. THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY Is fl. ncvei -failinc cure for nervous Exhaust lr.M: edvitali ity.Semin al Weakness, S per- mstorrhoea, L,ot M an hoo d . I mpo- tency, Paraisyis, "ev SiV'..- i . and all the torn 5' i Die ' etrects"CI "M Z vC"-f- 'i self-abuse, youth cesser in mature vears such ailoes of memory; Litudc Nocturnal K mission, aversion to society Dimness ol vision, noises ih tne neaa. zo vital fluid passincr unobserved in the Urin aud many other disoaees that lead to in nanitv and death. " Ti- Mintift will apree to fsrffiit Five linn' dred Dollars for a case of this kind ihe Vital Restorative (under his special advice and treatment) win not care, or ior any thing impure or injurious found in it. Dr, Mintie treats all private Diseases success fully without mercury. -Consultation free. A thorough examination and advice, in cluding analyst of urine, 85. Price of Vital Restorative SI. 50a bottle, orfourttmee the quantity, $5.00: sent to any address upon receipt ,of price, or C. O. D. secure from observatioa and in private name,if desired by A. E. Mintie,M D.,No. 11 Kear ny St, San Francisco, Cal. . - Hample bottle sent fre on appli cation by letter stating syraptom,eex and age. CommucicationH strictly Conflden tial. . . . Dr Mintie's Kidnkt Rkmkdt NRpnREn oum, cures all kinds of Kidneyand bladder Complaints,Gonorrhoea, Gleet. Lencorrohea Forsalebyall druggists; $labettle; Sia bottles, $5. .... : Dr. Mintie's Dandelion Vxxxb are tte best and cheapest Dyspepsia and bilions otit i.v tn marKei. . toreum uy n anl-ltf F. McNULTY'S, ..;-.bob... . Dry Goods, Furnishing GoodsCltol iijr, Groceries, Canned nd Dried Fruits, Hardware of all Kinds, No-" tions. Cigars, """ Tobaccos, ; -And . A.I KINDS OF Genekal Meechandisb ! Aent tor Sine' ehmfs. Scwln $c Ma. Notice-' IK VIEW OP TUE'VONTEiTPLATED roraovaJ of tha oocupioits of ilioold ccmct.rv to the city Fnttct's Held, very litH-rnl terms are off rel to purchasers of cemetery lots until January 1st, 13. For terms apply to Miiluy & nine, agonlK; J. H. tiri'Kiiry. ninlertaki-r; or to J. 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