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Tbarsday nerember 5. 18S4 Fence culling has been reyied in Texas. Thkt have a "Solid man's Camp over on New Mexico Bahdits wrecked a freight train on the Mexican Central on last Friday. As the holidays approach and taxes are paid off, business seems to be reviving a liitle. Albuquerque is rapidly growing into a solid town. Her improve menls are substantial and napidly increasing in number. A St. Louis paper ttales that for every carload of cotton received in that city from the southwest, three carloads of merchandise are sent out. It is said that Beecher will suc ceed Minister Lowell at the English Court upon the accession of Cleve land to the White House. Sister Tilton should be provided for somes where over the water, too. tllRISTJIAN CAHTlSiUS. It is a foregone conclusion that there will be no Freights nd Fares bill fiassd this legislature. One can couiit on his finger ende to-day sufficient vote against it, and as certain as though they had been cast, to kill it as dead as a door nail. 'Let Maricopa's legislators cot waste time and fool away opportunities on that score. Such a bill is simply impossible this legislature and the time had better be devoted to some thing that will tell. Tom "Weedin is a Democrat and the Herald solid Republican, but it would see Wcedin seated in the Council as a simple act of justice to the people of Pinal and to Weedin himself, who is undeu'otedly their choice. Tom held on to the bird tn the hand a little too long but then a merely technical matter should not stand in the way of the choice of the people of his county, specially as Mr. Walbridge would not catch the plum if be should shake it off the tree. Phoekix should join her forces and endeavor to get something, through, the legislature, that will have a tendency to give her a start; either a railroad or some of the pub lic institutions located here would have a tendency to revive matters with us a little. If something of th kind is not done we can expect to see harder times than ever for som months to come, and at the best, w can hardly hope tor a revival till active operations on some such pub' lie work begins. The Herald is not in the mood of moralizing on Christmas this year. Each successive season the great majority of journals all over the land write up the "history" of Christmas, and talk about the man ners and the customs of the fading past concerning Christmas day. Much of this is interesting, in sincle doses, but when the thing is repeated it spoils ones appetite for a Christ mas dinner. As a general destroyer of lom-tur-keys and cranberry sauce the world over, the day has no equal. Unlike Thanksgiving Day, it is not pecu liarly an American institution, though the tomsturkey is. It is a mooted scientific question , however, as to whether the tom-turkcy was not a special providence for Thankss giving Day, and whether beeT should not be the peculiar aliment where upon Christmas rejoicing should be based. The day is practically an English institution, and an eminent writer has paid, in effect, that, to be English is to bo beefy, hence the deduction that Christmas should be beefy, in a gastronomic sense. Ther6 was, however, another im portant dish that occupied the seat of honor in the capacious stomachs of the early Christianized Anglo Saxons about Christinas time; this was a roasted boar's head ; don't mistake; the head was raeted; the boar cut no figure in the case alter he had lo6t his head, though he occasionally cut various figures in the epidermis of his pursuers before ho constutpd 1 furnish tiara the needful for the occasion. There ClIltlHTMAK IN (KMUAl. AFK1A. Christmas is a delightful season in Christian land, especially whun the balance of presents and dinners is in one's favor, and the tin-horn crop among the children has bera a failure. Very different is Christ mas in heathen land?, where the use of the stockings are utik nown, and Christmas trees are hung with un fortunate travellers and unappre ciated missionaries instead of glit tering and showy prevents. Think of Chrisimas in the region of the north pole, where the nights last for six months, so that even the ablest of the Esquimaux cannot dis tinguish Christmas eve from Thanks giving night, nor Christmas morn ing from Washington's birthday or Decoration day! Even more de pressing is Chiistmas in Central Africa, as a distinguished English traveller once discovered to his mingled sorrow and danger. The traveller whs a good and noble man. He was engaged in dis covering fresh lakes, new kinds of cannibals, and original sources of the File in thp heart of Africa, and his only desire was to do good to the human race, and prove that the maps made by other travellers were all wrong. He had been three years in the Dark Continent, and having suffered incessantly from fevr, starvation, the rude embraces of lions and elephants, the bite of deadly serpents, ana the cruelties of native kings, was nearly worn out He arrived late one afternoon on the shoie of a mighty lake which no other whjte man had ever seen, and which wjis t least five hundred miles distant from any of the varW ou Jopalitits in which European map-makers had previously placed it. He lay down under the shadow of the tree, faint with all the varis ous things lhat predi.-pose a man to be faint in Centra! Africa, but ex' uiling in fl'e thought that he would is some question at the present day compel the wnp-niajsers to place t tn whethPr thi.s was not lather a ake Mjambwe where he wanted It, sentence. You will listen attentive ly while we sing the opening chorus and the favorite plantation a doilies and you will guvt-8 every conum drum, and laugh at every joke. Say I not wisely, Brother Bon.es ?" A unanimous "yah I yah!" from the other kings expressed their warm approval. "No! no!" cried the traveller, in an agony of fear. "Give me some littl thow. , Burn me, if you will, but do not torture me on this 'oly Christmas morning with your law ful songB and conundrums. - I've eard them all at 'ome." And in his desperation the wretched man fell on his knees before the native king who had pronounced the dreadful sentence. That monarch, indignant beyond measure, raised his guitar and struck the traveller a terrible blow over the head. The whole earth seemed to reel, and the doomed white man became vmconcious. When he regained his senses he found himself sitting on the shore of the lake where he had sat the Dight before. A young man, neatly dressed in European clothes stood before him, and remarked.in a grace, ful way, -'Mr. Jones, I believe." "And you are Mr. Smith, I dare say," replied the traveller. "'Ave you got anything to heat with you V The young man hud been sent to find the traveler. He had with him all sort of stores, including canned plum pudding and boned turkey. As he drew the traveller's aim in his, and assisted liii'i to the place where breakfast was awaiting them, he said, "I wtali you a merry Christ mas." It was the merriest Christmas the traveller had ever known, and when hs returppd to Eoglaud with more new lakes and two private sources of the Jflle, he sold that all his honors ooujd not give him the de light which he had known during his last Christmas in Central Africa after awakening from his terrible dream of the. twelve native kings. Stolen. hogpisli cusloffc among the fore-! fathers of our race. Unlike Mark Anthony, who only wanted the cars of his audience, they wanted the whole head of an unwilling audi ence, and, furthermore, in view of the fact that in the asthctic present and not where they selfishly imag ir.ed that it would present the most picturesque appearance. Suddenly he remembered that it was the 24th of December, and that Christmas eve would raturaljy arrive in the course of the next two hours. The rBFABATIO!N'OKErTK TIMKS. There is but little change to note in general business since last week. The process of adjusting wages to thought saddened bin. He glanced the scale of prices tor mauufaotured at his bare feet for his supply of products continues, and in the great dish, the old custom must have been hoggish indeed. However, one can to age, me cusiom is enure a.m.iuuucu, nocKing naa Pg since given oui ma1orit of casps lhe workmen ac .1 . . 1 v . . i I nr., l. tV.ni. .I.l m t itiA hannv Virtracc I ana me wnoie nog is pm upon u.o u " m-h- inevitable reduction, while in Kncrlanrl wlutre the children I ' ' ' were preparing to hang up their the few strikes reported mother's longest stockings, whiie he I seem to offer much chance of success. noi oui nave some resyeei, lur must spend the blessed Christmas The stoppage of mills is less com- olden custom after all, for it was geaon among savage heathen and Rn(, -n the irou Md decidedly "brainv." which can hard- untrainca animojg. rje jeji at uiap i .... , , . . . ,, , , j . I moment that he wouul give his new It Tte snin of thf r ntnm of to-aav: I but, as it has gone out of fashion, it is most probable that brains are not llU ijHL1cls arid sobbed himself a necessity of the present Christmas sleep. day; stomache, however, is in de VV hen he awoke it was broad day mand in unlimited quantities, and lue wonds ere vocal with purruis wxiu incessantly reiuurK.eu, "Polly wants a cracker," nd oss triches and other tropical birds, each singing at the top of their voices. On llie linsnm nf the lnkn filiated . I certain loss immense native canoes bearing par I lies of excursionists, the music of The reports from the New Eng whose accoidiuns and banjoes came I land cotton mills are less unfavora over me water to tne weartea trav- be tne demand for wool shows con ellcr. lie was hungry, and felt in In cascG of dyspepsia, debility, rtiPtuna tipm. fever aud auu, liver complaint, in activity or the kidneys and bladder, con stipation and other organic maladies Hostetter'8 Stomah Bitters is a tried rein- He was among the earliest I ely. to which the medical brotherhood which as a tonic, alterative and houRehold ppeciric for disorders of the stomach, liver and bowels has an nnbonnded popularity. For sale by Drntrcipt and Dealers, to whom apply for Hostetter's Almanac for 1885. - If Maricopa county wants any thing from the Territorial legisla ture let her work for it. This timid ofraid-somebody-won't-like-it char actcr never won anything either for an individual or a body of individ uals. He who wins stands up for what he thinks is right and disdains to f ght as theusrh he had stolen something 'for which the laws of th land were about to seize him. Has not Maricopa been the dog of th Territory and been kicked and buffeted loc enough? There is a matter of importance to this county which our legislator: should take in hand this coming session ; we allude to the division o the county into at least three Super. visors Districts, from each of which a Supervisor shuil be elected, one each year to hold office for the term of three years. This is a matter o isuch plain justice to all concerned It hat it needs no argument or ill us l ration to -sustain it. The people llemand such a change and this l-hould be sufficient to guide our eprcsentatives. The Louisville Courier Journal ontinues to remain on the rampage ao-aay it is abusing Blaine us oundiy as it did in the heat of the campaign . i urlhermore, it is one f the journals in the country that ees Democracy in the tiny plant nd hears it in the storm and imag- nes that it made the seas and the iry land and that the ocean rolls in pae hollow of its hand. Kacentlv. to a lonir and clabnrate article de- Jcriptive of the completion of the Washington monument, great stress as laid on the incident that the pmpletion took place on the same ay that the electoral colleges of the urious States met, and thereupon ame a strained argument to the Ifect that various important events If the building of the monument larked epochs in the history of the ;irly. In fact lhe Courier-Journal is gone a little cranky on its party isiness. '"T- the two brains and stomache sel dom can agree to become part and parcel of the same corporation. People used lo drink seme in those days too. The called the stuff was sail; we call it tangle-leg; their term meant, in a general way, some thing that made cheerful ; our term means something that makes a fel lew imagine that a mistake has been made somehow in his legs and the anatomy within them is all back bone with the guys cut; in fact, he feels as though pretty much all his anatomy was backbone in a state of uncertainty . As to whether the early beverage or the later has the effect of developing the spirit of the occasion most fully, the philosophy of the present day scarcely seems to consider; in fact, digestion seems to have more to do .with the business than philosophy, anyway. they were accustomed to give gifts in days, as we are now a beautiful and generous custom They had not developed all its beau lies in those primeval Christmas days; stomache ache, an article of exquisite delight of the present time, was then entirely unknown, and hence much pleasure of the occasion was lost. Then, too, Jonah had not been heaved long enough for people to know how to indulge in that delight. What bushels of fun they missed, and how plentifully their favored sons are supplied with those delights now. More than that a fel low can get a proboscis printed red, or an optic dressed in ebony now days; history is entirely silent as lo those, delicacies in earlier times; doubtless the ancient Chrisimas revellers did not enjoy them. But Christmas, in the abstract, was a season of joy then as it is now if the old timers did miss much of the beauties of the present day. The world is doubtless better for the day. It's the only day of the year that gets even on the miser and sel trades, where the shutting-down of lake for an hour in his English worn appears to aitiact more atten home, and he covered his face with I tion than elsewhere, the suspensions are offset by the renewal of work in other places. With prices lower than those to which the trade hafe been accustomed, it is a natural re sult that some works can afford to continue or resume production while others are oblige to stop in view of was hungry, his pockets for his quinine pills. but they were all gone. He tried to rise to his feet, but he was two weak and rheumatic to rie without help, so he sank back, mui muring, "'Tis 'ard, 'ard indeed, to die on Christ mas among 'eathen." 1 he sound of women s voices roused him. Three native women, clad only with the tsetse and poviba worn by their sex in that part of Africn, emerged from the forest on their way to draw water from the lake. They saw the traveller, and one of them, moved with compas- sion, sang, in a low, mournful tone The poor white trash done come to Africa. He hasn't no mother for to fry hominy for him, nor no wife for to send to the store with a jug." Enfeebled as he was, the traveller knew that this wus wreng, for he had read Mungo Tark's Travels, mm he could not help remarking, "You women tlon t sing that song as it ought to be sung." "Sing it yourself, then," retored tne singer, in a cold, heartless way, and thereupon the women passed ou and left the wretched white man to periscd. The cruelly of the women made the traveller so indignant that he re solved to make one tremendous effort for life. He managed to rise, after painful exertions and the use of rr.a.uy scientific terms," and hobbled slowly toward a native -villago abou a quarter of -In mi 1 away . He had scarcely reached it when he was seized by two gigantic cannibals and dragged to the king's palace where he hoped that eithei death or breakfast, he did not much care which, awaited him. ' The palace consisted of one large room with an enormous throne ex tending entirely across one end of it un tins throne sat twelve native kings in a row, each one with a musical instrument in his hand The' one who sat in the middle tinuttd improvement, and manufac lurers generally are at least in no worse condition. The coal trade is somewhat disturbed by the change of plan by the anthracite companies, which recalled the order fcr sus pending work during the first week of December. Everything in the way of price: for stocks depends on the view taken from day to day as to the pros pects of traffic, until navigation re opens in the spring, and the leading speculators are exerting themselves to induce investors to buy at once The jiormous surplus held by lb banks encourages these efforts, as does the continued low rate for loans And it is a practical sanction of tlu view lhat we see offered for public subscription new securities of strong and well-known railroad companies. UnderwooWi Reporter. ISow Wooden cipoola are Ufatfe looked fiercely at the traveller, and flsbness; they bring nothing Into it demanded of his captors what was and take nothing out of it except as the charge against him. objects of pity. Its one of the days that gets even on the gormand and helps to kill him off; its a Chris tian day. A box of 22 pounds of raisins from Malaga is shipped to Chicago, a dis tance of 3,500 miles by water and 1,000 miles by land, at a cost for freight of 20 cents per box; a box of Will you not give me some break 20 pounds of raisins from California "Poor white trash, Mr. Johnsing,' briefly replied the largest of the two cannibals. 'Mr. Bones I should say, pris oner," began the kiu, "what do you say for yourself ?"- I am a white man," replied the traveller; "but I 'aveu't 'ad any soap for years, bo I plead hextenuating circumstances. Besides, I am'ungry. laid down in the same market over a distance of but 2,000 miles by rail road costs 35 to 40 cents freight per box. fcist?" The king's face grew bright with rage for it could not grow any darker than it was and he turned to h is brother kings, aud conversed with them rapidly in the Mjambwe tongue, rbey were evidently, dia- The cowboys arc not all college I cussing the fate of the ' traveller, for graduates, as some sentimental peo- presently the middle king cleared pie suppose. A cowboy of Jack's I his throat, and said : valley, Nevada, recently posted up I "Prisoner, you have forfeited your the following notice: "If any man's life, but we are disposed lo be mer- or woman's kows or oxes get in ciful. You ought prooerly to be these oats, his or her laii will be'eut baked alive, and afterwards ealen, off, as the case may b$."Ex. 1 but we shall pronounce a lighter The birch is first sawed into sticks four or five feet long and seven- eigths of an inch to three inches square, according lo the size ot the spool to be produced, These sticks arc thoroughly ser-soued. They are sawed into short blocks, and the blocks are dried in a hot-air kiln At they time the are sawed a hole is bored through them. One whirl of the brittle block against sharp knives shaped by a pattern, make the spool at the rate of one per second. A small boy feeds the spool machine, simply Dlacing the blocks in the spout and throwing out the knotty or defective stock. The machinery is automatic, but cannot do the sort ing. The spools are revolved rapid ly in drums and polish themselves. For some purposes they are dyed yellow, red or black. They are made into thousands of shapes and sizes. When one sees on a spool of thread "100 yards" or 200 yards" these words do not signify that the thread has been measured, but that the spool has been gauged and is sup. posed to contain so much thread When a Bilk or linen or a cotton firm wants a spool made it sends a pat tern to the spool maker. The pattern gives the size and shape of the barrel and of the head and bevel These patterns determine the amount of thread that the spool will hold . One factory turns out 100,000 gross of spools per day, and consumes 2,500 cords of birch annual!. Brigham Young imported from Europe the first Shorthorn bull that ever crossed the plains. He was a vicious brute as well as high bred, and valuable also, and one day gored one of the Apostle, when the Mor mons slew him, (the bnll we mean,) and burned his flesh, and for many years chanted a curse in the Taber nacle for all Shorthorns. Breeder and Sport man. Dr. Edward BFoot as a lepre sentalive of electric medicine, as a writer of popular medical literature, and as a physician stands prominent, and is, perhaps, better known by his writings than any other medical writer who has directed his teachings to the people rather than to the pro fession. Born and raised among Connecticut settlers, on the "Wests ern Reserve" in Ohio, he early began the work of many self-made men Starting at the age of sixteen as "primer's devil" in a newspaper office, he worked his way to the edi torial chuir, and was severally con nectea witu the most prosperous weekly, of its lime, in Connecticut, and the first successful morning paper of Brooklyn, N. Y., but his main impulse had always been toward the study of medicine, and to this end business enterprises were sacrificed until an apprentiship with a noted botanical specialist, and a course of study fiiiisliiur with grad nation, found him prepared to follow out the bent of hjs life to its com pletion pf those who advocated the publica tion of anatomical, physiological ai:d hygienic books for the masses, and his success in writ.ng and poj ular books has been conspicuous His first and best known book, en titled "Medical Common Sous reached a circulation of 230,000 copieB, probably because of its er'g lnality and novelty in a new field; and Ii is subsequent writings have been mainly in the same line, "Science in Story" having been written for the purpose of aflording a readable book for children, and one which should make plain to their comprehension the facts Vi'hich he considered It necessary for them to know concerning their own bodies. In speaking of the late Prof. J. S Smith, of Oxford, London, Nature remarks: 'It has been said that in toit nl itic tiiought, the best and most original ideas have always been conceived before the age of thirty." This is probably true, ulso, of the original of this portrait. His most radical thoughts were publish ed in his first work, written before he was twenty-nine years of age, and though his pen is never idle, his first success has not yet been equalled by subsequent work, though his "Plain nome Talk," a revision and enlargement of "Medical Com mon Sense," seems likely in time to obtain a circulation rivalling that of its predecessor. In practice Dr. Foote h-is always been independent, piogiessive and original, always a foe to old-fogy ism and trade-unionism in medicine; once a disciple of the old Thomp son iun botanical school, as opposed to mineral aud blood-letting prac tice, and now a staunch supporter of Eclecticism in ail that the name implies. He has been actively en gaged in the practice of his profes sion for thirty years, and as the portrait givm here is from a reci-nt photograph, hard work appears to agree with him, and he looks equal to twenty years more ot it. GEKnremEDY ron. pain. CURES Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache, Sore Throat. Hwelllnffs. Sprains. JSrnlsea Burn. Scald. Frost liltea, AND ILL OTI1KH BODILY PAIIiS AID IfllES. Bold by DruRrlaU aod Dealers ererrwhers. Fifty Cents s bottle. Directions In 11 Languages. THE CHARLES A. TOfiELER CO. (Snssasois u A. YOU HUE A CO.) Bsltlaiar, Hd. U.S. A. IIOSTETTE CELEBRATED if tjSfc STOMACH jS9 WOTIQE, ATA MEETING of the X. D'recie Hoard of tors of the Arizona Industrial Exposition Association, l)Rld this day at tbeir olicc in the City of Phoenix, it was ordered that ail persons who had sub fcibed to the Capiul Stock (fine sad at-soc'ation. must pai the fall amount of their subscription -o the Secretary at his oilice in he City of Phoentv, A. T-. onfos before the firet dey of Jannii.-y, ltfS5, or the same w'lj be ileolu-'ea delinquent and will be advo-tlsed for sale as provided by law. G. W. IN ti ALLS secretary, Phoenix, A, T., Dec, 16, 1884, Assignees' Notice. W . A. Hancock and Lawrence M . Bun can havirg assigned to me their property and effects for the benefit of their creditor All nernonH havintr claims against them, or either of them, are requested to pre- pent tnc same to rae at my omce mi uo---nix and all persons indebted to said as sitrnorB will please make payment to me without delay. C.A.TWEED, Phoanix, A. T.. Oct. 6, 1884. Assignee Young Bulls For Sale. TXCELLENT STOCK of fine younE I'jbullB for pale. Inouire of Judge C. A. Tweed or T. Men, at Tweed's ranch. WWII w iitntALYi From the unprecedented success and generous patronage we have received from The People! of Phoenix and Salt River Valley. Since the reopening of our Store, we respect fully beg leave to announce that on Saturday, November 23d, 984, We will display on our counters the Finest and Best assorted lines of Ever shown in the valley, and at such low prices that will astonish you. Consisting of the following, in all shades and tints: DRAP D'LOfSDRES, BROCADE SATTEEW, HoraEY moon cloth, OTTOMAN CLOTH, FRENCH ARMURES, EPAPJCELKMES, GEYSER SUITINGS, Flf-HEAD CHECKS, WOOL SERGE PLAIDS, LLENO, for ..Evening Costumes, COMBINATION SUITS, etc. -- Our ow com- In our FanCV Department can be found the la test novelties stock of Ladies , Misses' and Children's Shoes 's ncn plete. The Cents Underwear, as usual, stands unsurpassed. N. B Our stock of Ladies' Ulsters, Dolmans, New port Wraps, Shoulder Capes, Redingotes, English Walking Jackets and Children's Cloaks, wilt be sold at half the cost of manufacture, to close out. TOYS At Cost I HAVE TOYS at Cost. IfSntlo Ijovliness. The Hindoo girls are graceful and exquinitey formed. From their earliest childhood they are accus tomed to carry burdens on their licaas. I lie water tor family use is always brought by lhe girls in earth ern jars, carefully poised in this way. The exercises is said to strengthen the muscles of the back, Tvhile the chest is thrown forward. No crooked backs are seen in Jlin- doostand. Dr. II. Spry says that this exercise of carrying small vcs-. sels of water ou the heitd might be advantageously introduced into our boarding schools and private fami lies, and that it might en tirely supcr- tetle the present machinery ot dumb bell?, etc. The young ladies ought to be tauirht to carry the jars as these Hindoo women, without even touch ing It with their hands. The same practice of carrying water leads to preciselv tne same rtsulis In the south of Italy . Now on display a complete line of HOLIDAY GOODS, embrac ing the latest designs m Bisque and Plush Goods, Bohemian Ware, Japanese and Swiss carved goods, Ladies and Gents' Dressing cases, Ladies Card Cases in shell, and choice novelties in Gilt, Silver and China Cups and Saucers m the newest and latest patterns, a fine selection of Books especial ly for the Also a full line of cheap: goods, such as Dolls and Doll Wagons, Iron and Wood Wheel Wagons, Vases, Toilet Sets, Work Boxes, German Goods, Mowers, Dishes. Iron and Tin Toys, Blocks, Games, unite seis, Cut up figures, Mechanical Toys &c, &c. Everything marked m plain figures, bee our P ??nm I? f 5 5 ei ?j rr.i $i nm mils? 13 S-"gS tie!! S-l-f " S-I -J- o a E7 jg a, C3 r 2 J 3 5f t o - - e s 2 C3 o S JS T( 5 B 8 "S. -j aa t3 ; - p. i i P O e 22 IsTtteOl IMdn't Kelouc to Kim. An old bachelor who lives in the JOB LOT OF TOY! vou whether" vou buv or not. Bring the children and show them the Wonderful Bear, Jum bo on Wheels, ac, qlc. at r.pnk nnd SO cents per package, suburbs of Austin hires a colored cheaper than the c'ost.of manufacture, ;My store is roan or auouc 10 to clean oui nia I Iitteu Up in elegant Style ailU We tiuan uc gmu iu occ room, nil me lamp, nnu perform line services. A few days ago the col ored domestic, wno had been using his employer's blacking, said : "Boss, our blackin' am out What do you mean?" giowled the sorbid employer; "everything belongs to me, I want you to under stand that nothing belongs to you." The terrified darkey promised to comply with the request. On the following Sunday the boss happened to meet the coiored menial, accom panied by a chocolate-colored woman pushing a baby carriage. "Was that your baby in that car riage?" he asked the next day, quite a numner ot tns iriends being pres ent. " No, boss, dat's not mv chile: dat is your chile. I'se nebher swine ter say Duffing belongs to me no moan." Toys At cost Go. F. Cm s. Toys nut Casl Store ! lhe secretary of the interior re commends that renters of grazing lands in the Indian Territory be rei quired to pay the Indians more for for the use of the lands than they are now paying, which is ab :ut two cents an acre. He also favors the repeal of all the existing laws by which Fettlers can obtain clear title to public lands, except the hme stead law and the mining acts. lie does not say anything about the pro posed leasing of. the public domain to ranchmen. Stockman. t, Finest and Cheapest Stock STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES BEST ASSORTMENT FOR THE HOLIDAYS. Goldberg's Cash Store. BEAD READ HE AD M LOOK LOOK tOOIil To the people of Phoenix and Salt River Valley- i take the pleasure of I ay inn before you one of the of TOYS and HOLIDAY goods ever offered in Phoenix or Salt River Valley. My entire stock, consisting of Ladies' Dressing Cases, Ladies' Work Boxes, ' Ladies .. Purses and Satchels of all kinds, Photograph and Autograph Al bums, Fancy Books, Christmas Cards, Vaces and Toilet Sets of all kinds, Baskets, Tin Toys, Drums, Dolls, Wagons, Doll Carriages, Horses, Music Boxes and everything pertaining to the holiday line, will be and must be sold at and Below Cost from this date to January. Give me a call and see for yourself. PUOENIX CASH STORE, W. F. EVERHA.RT. Tie Acme Pulverizer, HARRO W Cl OD-CRUSHER L E V E L E R For ail the purposes nf .tn ow is uuoxceled .R.SHAW, Agent for Marlcop Count.