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COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. Published Every Evening Except Sunday Thursday - . January 1, 1885 LOCAL LINES. Vale?Bd year: 1884. Sunshine for morning. Call for Boca beer at the Boca Boer Depot. Read the new advertisement of the Phoenix Cash Store. The IIekald force will go calling to-morrow. Boy .W anted to clerk in store Inquire at this office. of the Phoenix Cash Store. . ymcK sales ana mau proms n " the mrvll.. if Dillon 4; fCeneallv. A pack truin of twenty animals loadtd to day at Goldman & G lr Humbug. A child can buy as well as a full grown person at Dillon & Ktnealys Lumber for sale cheap at the Slankard corral. All sizes. If you like good cheap cigars and tobacco, try the PhoeniT Cash Store. This morning was the coldest of the season so far, the .mercury drop-, ing to 22 degrees. One car load of fine frtsh potatoes at Irvine fc Co.'s Read the holiday advertisement of the Phoenix Cash Store. Eleeant arrangements for hot rtrlnlro nf ftt I kinrit; utTCfirn & Lillke's saloon. - Mr?. Clark is about to move her millinery establishment into the bnilding next to the postoffice. For strictly pure old wine and liquors go to the family liquor Btore, opposite the postoffice. Sixteen large loaves of bread or twenty small ones for a dollar at Wright & Walbridge's bakery. If you want drugs and patent - medicines' you will find a full line at the Phoenix Cash Store- Yesterday was the most disagree able day of the season, cold, cloudy and murky. R. E. FaTington Las a , new 30' ton, Rankin & Brayton, water-jacket 6mclter for sale cheap for cash. Stand not upon the order cf going but go at once and securebargains in dry goods at Dillon & Kenealy's. leant Piano foi sale at a bar lrnin. Entirely new. Inquire at this office. Tin ladirs of the reading room complain of their periodicals being earned away. Remember that Santa Claus is waiting at the Phoenix Cash Store and is well loaded with toys and holiday eoods. A new and elegant "New Home" sew ing much iocs fur sale at a bar gain. Oiie of the very best machines on the market. Inquire at tho Her ald office. ' The cold, cold winter is approach ing. Get your blankets and com forters at Dillon & Kenealy's. We have seen stacks of them there very cheap. "-- Air. Henry Garfias' elegant brick letidence, on the corner of Jefferson at:d Papago slrcuts, is nearly com pleted, at.ii will Ix- ine of the hand sorriest homes In tte cil""' Go in the evening; is the morning; Go when you're looked fo, Or go without warning; i Bargains in dry goods you'll see ; There het'ore you, And the of tener you go there, " ' The moie they'll adore you ' at Dillon & Kenealy s. Talk is cheap, but the cheapest and best Holiday Goods are at G. F. Coat's. Sneak thieves are again about. Last evening during the wedding al the residence of Mr. C. A. Luke some one came into the veranda and atold a valunble overcoat belonging to 2Ir. Robt. Kern, a pair of over shoes belonging to Mrs. Baker and some other things from a child's carriage. Is it a tooth in to say that St. Jacobs Oil will cure the toothache, and you won't have to have the tooth out? Aix kinds of fruit and ornamen tal trees; eighty thousand rooted grape virflk one and two years old all" kinds for sale at the Phoenix Nursery, at California prices. These trees and vines are all home prown and properly accli rnaltxl, end true to name. ''" ' 'R.'iS. Fakrington. tfr. H. IT. TuttTe announces tbrpnghl to-day's Herald a new washing machine which he invent ed. The machine has been tried In town and we shall give a more com plete account of its work as soou as we can find time to investigate its operations. We feel assured that our friends will thank uSi for bringing before their notice articles which have no j superior among the many that fill the markets. We reler tothecele. brated Dr. Price's Special Flavoring Extracts. We have used them, and can recommend them as the best article in domestic use. IfOTlCE. Having secured Mr. Geo, F. Coats' selection of holiday cards, I am offering them with my owu nt tack bottom prices. They are of the best aud latest designs, ffava also $1 selections of photo graph aud autograph albums, with other holiday goods too numerous to mention. Cali and examine be fore buying any where else. Come anyhow cve'i if you don't buy. Cat ton, the stationer and news dealer. For Rent. The ranch lying immediately north of Veil's mill, east of Phoenix. Terms very reason .able. Apply to Dr. J. E. Wharton. T From Friday's Daily. iii 13 vioia )v;i is visiuug jura C. T. Hayden, at Tempc. Prescott opened her new library and readme- rooms with u brillitui reception. Lieut. O'CoDnell, of Fort Mc Dowell. is payinc Phoenix & vlsi to-day. Egg rogg was pleutiful yesterday' and there were several cases of its general application. California reports a heavy storm with considerable damage to buiid ings aud roads, bridges and railroads. The Tucson papers are full of par ticulars of the marriage of Miss Blanch Tidball and Mr. Abel S Dungan. The Prescolt road is said to be very bad owing to the melting snow softening up the ground and wash ing out the grade . Justice of the Peace, Meador, has been appointed .Notary Public, to reside in Phoenix, also Mr. J. L. B. Alexander. Two or three of the demi-mond while out riding yesterday, up-set the buggy they were driving and two of them were seriously injured, one of which is hardly expected to re cover. It is ?eporttd that a strong lobby will visit Prescott this winter to en deavor to get the legislature to re enact the old fee bill, in the interest of some of the office) s recently elected in the territory. Miner. A Scottish colony is being located in the northern part of Los Angeles county. Fifteen hunrlred will arrive next j ear. They will devote their attention to farming, and a colony site has already been purchased. Miner. It has keen decided by the supreme court to hold an adjourned term in Phoenix. It will open in that city on the last Monday in February, rr the first Monday in March. This in formation is authentic and lawyers can govern themselves accordingly. Tuestn Star. A number of ladies and gentlemen gathered at the school house, north east of town last evening to close up Christmas with a merry dance, when it began raining, and being unable to get away without a soaking, they were obliged to keep up the fun till morning came and a cessation of the rain . The Century Magazine for Janu ary 1885 is on our table with its most absorbing articles on the civil war that for the number before us being by Rear Adu.iral Henry Walkc. The number is lull of the richest llterature of the !ay ami ex cel's anything of the kind we have seen for the month. The minuet at the Guild festival on Christmas Eve w is greatly nd-. mired for the skill and ta5te dis played. by the young ladles and gen tlemen in getting up the costumes arid the fiBe execution of the minuet itself, which, in ye olden time, was the favorite !auce. .Now days peo- ; pie love to dance more in the "fast , and furious" style. Hr.rper'a Magazine for Januaty j 1885 is at hand in good season. A-i j a leader it publishes a most instruC' live and interesting article on John Wiclif, which is .'ull of early Enj; lish histoiy.. Another most absorb ing article is "The Cruise of the Wallowy," being a bright descrip tive article on the Florida coast and its inlets. Numerous other most readable articles arc also offered. From Saturday's Daily. Nevada sends exhibits to New Orleans to the value of f 60,000. Pleasant holiday weather and there seems to be an inclination to enjoy the same. We understand that the Jockey Club will hereafter hold their races on the track of the Fair Association. The Gila is reported rising consid erably. A good ferry boat, however, now on it, will make it always pass able. Well, Fargo & Co. hared moved into their new office, south side of Washington street, and nearly op posite their old office. The Baptists of Prescott are about to erect -a -new church in a more desirable locality than that in which the prevent church is located. A little .child of Mr. Berry, who Jives two or thiee miles above town, died last night and will be buried nt the cemetery at 4 o'clock this after noon. ' 1 Rev. A. A. Johns arrived in town yesterday to take charge of Phoenix circuit' of the M; EV Church: He is stopping at the parsonage with Mr. Oalfec. ' - .' ; ; Should Ibis weather keep up dur ing the winter, a barey . crop would mature on almost any ot the mesas, as most of thenr alTord a very deep and rich soil Last leap year ball, for four years to come on New Yei.rEve. See that you take it in and give the young ladies one more chance to be won over by your beauty. The river at Ilaydcn's ferry has been-tmpnssibls for some days and it has ' been accessary to cross for that section of country at the terry on the Maricopa road. Repoits from the north announce rriugh weather and the streams up. New River is again impassable. Like all vountain streams, it will run down in a day or so, however. Slogology is what they call it now. It has developed into a science and colleges and Universities will soon be supplied with professors of slog ology, which professors will be a slogolugists. "The report froai McDowell this morning concerning Mr. Gus Gold man started all sorts of rumors on the streets. We have heard as many as four reports differing in almost very particular. A man named John Rankin was brought in yesterday from the Grind Canal with a gunshot wound in the flesh of the left side of the rhest, which, he says, was made trying to kill himself. The man who brought him In s.iys a girl went back on him and he was meditating her murder when the accident occured. Yesterday, in speaking of the en tertainment given by the Ladies Guild on Christmas Eve, we inad vertently omitted to notice a recita tion given by Master Goodrich, little son of Dr. and Mrs. Goodrich, which was remarkably well rendered for one so young in yrars and deservedly received the favorable comment ot the audience. A report reached town this morn ing that a gentleman of Fort Mc Dowell had sei-u Mr. Gus Goldman some eight or ten days after he was first known to be missing over cn the Gila river. A telegram was im mediately forwarded to McDowell by Messrs. Goldman of this city, when it was ascertained, from the description returned, that the per son seen was Mr. Fritz Brill who works for the firm, and that it was not Mr, Goldman. We heard a visitor to our ciiy, a strauuer, commenting yesterday in o very complimentary terms on the condition of the streets and side walks of Phoenix. The fact i, they are a matter oi surprise, remarK and disgust to visitors during the rainy season. "What do you do with your town taxes" said a stranger to a citizen a few days ago, "I don't now" said the citizen, and he told the truth . For the amount of money collected in the shape of taxes and licenses nie town reaily gats very little work, which may be explained by the fact that the Council is ob liged to pay tho highest rates for every strike of work done. From Monday's Daily. Lots of Biee things at the holiday stores yet. Cold rain and sloppy streets con tinue at intervals. The Courier thinks the Salt and Gilfc rivers should be bridged. W. S. Hodges, of Yuma, is a can didate for a legislative clerkship. Mr. Jas. Stewart reports the Ash Fork and Prescott road as very very bad. The river is running full but not so exceeding high as last winter. The Hon. C. T. iJaydeo and lady are visiting friends in town for a day or two . Our chutches me commanding large and attentive congregations now days. The Masons report a fine time on Saturday evening at installation and the subsqeueut supper. People are beginning to consider the project of a railrr.ad into the valley with great earnestness. A heavy orange crop is reported th's Eeasin fiom Los Angeles and Sau Bernardino count:es. A Tucson man ofiers to furnish frett several acres of land upon which to establish a university. The accident to the ferry boat on the alt rivi r will piobibly delay the crossing of teams for soine days. Mr. C'has. Blush has a claim on a few t.f the successful candidates for office in the late campaign which he thinks should be pnid. We notice that the Copper Queen mines aie to shut down after the 1st of January till they can open up again ou the three dollar per day basis. Work has begun on the extension of the San Diego and Colton railroad to Dagget on the A. & P. Four hundred graders are driving the grade over the plains at a rapid rate. Should a railroad ever reach the north side of the Salt river it is quite probable that it will cross at Hayden's as there the channel is narrow and the only rooky bottom in the valley is to be found- The stays under the ferry line down at the river, gave away yester day and the line' dropped to the groond, allowing the boat to fill with water aud sand ;..on attempting to raise t lie wire the guys holding the boat broke aud it floated off down, the1 river some 600 yards bes fore it was caught.' Mail is now crossed in a skiff. The breaking of the hawser on the ferty yesterday came near proving a serioua disaster. ' Some fifteen men were on the boat at Jhe time, when, by some mismanagement, the boat was thrown square Kacrdss stream breaking the line, which sank aud drew the edge of the boat down so that it look waU r.t. t,Ur,. J. Y. T Smitlr'quickly cut the guys and let he boat float downstream. It soon causht and all landed safe.: ; From Tuesday's Daily. . Coldest night of the season last night. New Years res-ilves begin to put in an appearance. Square accounts tor the year and start in with a clean score. Brook?,the ex-postmaster ef Tomb stone, has gone to California. - A new side walk is being put down in front of the Capitoj hotel to-dav. The editor of the Florence Enter- prise la.ks of a Christmas gift of strawberries. Numerous of our coteinporaries are telling of the boxes of cigars they got Christmas Eve. Beuson protests against cow boys keeping the town awake all night by firing revolvers. The marriage of Mr. J. B. Long andMiss M.M. Hurley will take place on New Year's day. The Benson smelters that have been slopped for repairs, have again started up, says the Herald. The Sacramento river, Cal.. is again on a tear. Levies are reported broken and much damage done. Mr. J. li. Long, formerly of the hardware department of Rosenthal & Kut.ner, has returned to town for a few days. Mr. Geo. Hamlin and a few miners left this morning for the mountains to look after claims during the pre carious season of to-morrow nieht. Another paper is talked off for Nogalcs. A chap who could live on cactus sprouts and clothe a la Yuma Indian, might do well there in the newspaper business. Three stages from Prescott to-day. The Miner says Gov. Tritle Is pre paring an elaboi ate report for con gress on a h -orographic survey of the territory. Commissioner Murphy reports the New Orleans Exposition as yet in an embryotic and chaotic condition, which will not be overcome before the 1st of February. Mrs. Margaret A. Hairis, residing seme four miles north of town, died yesterday and was buried herein the cemetery to-day. She leaves a bus-. band and large family. The cause of her death was consumption. There will probable be a proposi tion made by Tucson for the Terri torial L'ni ver.-ity . The project is being-canvassed ot making a tempo rnry donution to the regents of the new school house, until such time as suitable building csn be erected . A gentleman also offers a tract of land in an available location for the uui versity. Citizen . Mrs.'O. M. Gccdhue, who for the past fuur months has been visiting her parents in Canada, arrived by this morning's coach. A mere men tiou of her name calls to mind sweet memories cf happy associations in the heaits of our belles and beaux. and causes them t leap for joy at the prospects of ice cream and cake, and pleasaut little strolls to her al ways tastefully ariangd parlors. We join hands with Mrs. Goodhue's many friends in welcoming her back to this, her Arizona home. The Board of Directors of the Fair Association have accomplished a good stoke of business by leasing the fair grounds to Me.-srs. Wells & Carey. The lessees are to seed the grt'Unds, according to contract, in barley, alfalfa, Bermuda grass, keep the building and track in as good order as they find them ; keep a per son residing on the grounds to care for them, etc., and are pel nutted to make a public resort of the grounds and keep the race track open to use under such rules as they may deem proper. The lessees are, however. under all circumstances, to keep the place perfecllj orderly and free from all lend and . boi-terous characters. If the directors had attempted to hire the vtork.lone.uhich the lessees are to do, it would have cost the association four or five hundred dol lars. As It is, the grounds will be put in g'jod order, the town will have an orderly, plea- tint public re sort and the association will be at no expense. Letter lit. Unclaimed letters remaining iu the postoffice at Phoenix, Arizona December 29, 1884: Byers, T. W " " . Brooks, G W Cole, John ' Coiiyers, Ben L Dora?!, A J Dickey, Thomas Dowling, MrE Davis, Grant S Finlaw, A (2) Hottinger, Fred Kirby, Frank Montgomery, Sam Morgan, George O'Neill, Stepu (2) Simpkins, Jos. Tilden, Tickney Vrooinan, C A(pc) Wcatherhy, B T CARTAS KSPANOLAS. Manuel Martinez, Cornelio Balcu zuela, Lorenzo Figueroa, Refugio Leibos. Call for advertised letters. G. E. Mowry, P. M. 1 lint '11 You Take? Mj.-Jerry IV Thomas. Central Park Hotel, 59th street and 7th Ave nue, New York, writes as follows: Last summer I suffered fearfully with neuralgia and could not get any rest, night or day. A friend who had usrd tt. Jacobs Oil, thought so highly of it- healing qualities that he gave me some to try. I tried it and obta.ned the first night's rest iu week's and was cured. I have found it to be the very best remedy. I keep it constantly in my house for my family, have recommended it to others and would not be without it. "Hill Itereive. ' The following ladies have signi fied to oiir-reporter their intention to receive CHilers to-morrow: ! Mrs Geo. F Coats and Miss Laura Goats, ;. . . , ; Mrs McNully and Miss' E Mcln tyre; flt'Mrs McNultyV. t Mrs D II rMunty, at' her home; assisted by Mrs C A Tweed and Mrs N A Morford. Mrs S D Lount and Miss Ha-ttie Lount. Mr?. C A Luke. I. . O. F. Notice, A special meeting of Phoenix Lodge No. 2, I. O. O. F. is called for 3 o'clock p. in., on Saturday ifternoon, for the consideration of important business. Member.' of the lode will please be in attend ance. By order of the - N . G. Jtabitual Coutttipatiou Is a prolific source of misery aud many il is, giving rise to headache dullness, fevers, nervousness, rest lessness, biliousness, indigestion, poisoning of the blood, etc. The bitter, nauseous liver medicines, pills salts and daughts, formerly used to relieve the sufferer, only aggravate the disease and tdeken the stomach. All who are -ifliicted in that way know the importance of a remedy pleasant to the palate, harmless in its nature and truly beneficial in its action. The trial bottles of Syrnp of Figs given away by our enterprise ing druggist, Dr.- O. J. 'i'hibodo, prove that it is all that can be de sired Large bottles at fifty cents at one dollar- THE NUPTIAL KftOT. A Notable Event. 'Jt'or Better, For Worse " Marriage of Nr. Frank I. like and 1I1SM nilie Lirbenow. For some weeks Phoenician socle ty has been on the qui vive from the announcement of the approaching nuptials f two of her well known and highly osteemtd young society people, namely, Mr. Frank Luke and Miss Tillie Liebenow, which took place last evening at the resi derce of the Hcn.C. .V. Luke and his estimable wife. Some time since a large number of invitations were istued, and it is needless to say that every one who could possibly do so availed them selves of the opportunity to be present on an occasion that was more than ordinarily replete with interest aud joy. The hour announced lor the cere mony was 4 'clock, p. m., and long before that time, and for some time afterward, the guests came pouring into the elegant residence of the generous host of the occasion, whose step-daughter Mis Liebenow is. Shortly before five o'clock the strains of a wedding march from the piano announced that the ceremony was at hand. The parlor doors were thrown open and the groom appear ed escorting Mrs. C. A. Luke, Mr. C. A. Lake immediately followed with the bride; these were followed by the bride's maids and grooms- , men, Mr. JiJin Luke, brother of the ! groom, and Miss D. Asher, and Mr. E. J. Bennett and Miss Fraukie Alexander. The wedding group was arrayed at the head of the west parlor when Father J. Bloiso stepped forward aud iu an impressive manner pro nounced the wedding service accord ing to the Cathtlic ritual. m At the close of the ceremony the guests joined in most hearty con gr.itulations of the happy couple for the next half hour, when the doors of the laige dinning rooms on ilher side of the hall were opened, the weddincr feast was announced and the guests directed to seats at the four large tables which proved perfect marvels of elegant and sump tuous viands. The repast was such as we are perfectly safe iu saying Arizona has never before offered on any occasion. The variety, bounty. c xccllence and elegance of edibles were a mailer of universal admira tion and remark among the guest, and wiie accompanied by champaigns, clarets and other wines in Juxurance only equalled by that of the eicgan menu itself. At the close of th repas t tea aud coffee were served and toasts were drunk in sparkling Rhoederer to the prosperity, happi neca and long life of the bride ar.i groom. After supper the guests repaired to the cast parlor to inspect th wealth of wedding presents, which were arrangi d on two large tables So far s the reporter wis able to note there were the following r.rrav of articles cf use and btauty : Mr. and Mrs. C A Luke, a grand Knabe piano, Mi l. C. A. Luke, an elegant, large French plate mirror in hand em broirtered velvet plush. Mr. and Jars. II. Asher, a nne moroi co bound cabinet albnm. Mr. Rnbt. Ktrn, to the bride an elegant pale blue satin dressing case with pure; ivory mounted uressicg set; to the groom a larre soltare diamond stud . Miss Fraukie Alexander, a blue satin hand-worked handkerchief case, with point lace handkerchief. Miss . Mclnlyre, a cut glass buts ter dish. Mr aud Mrs Coal, n large silver cake dish . Mrs. Jacob-, a pair of hand-work cd satin mounted mirrors . Mr and Mrs bchriver, satin em- cmbroidertd wall pocket. Mr J J Sweeney, shell card re ceiver. Dr R T Osborn aud lady, traveling case with cut glass cups and; bottl, MiFs Katie Recum, a handsome pale blue talm pin cushion in Span ish lace. Miss L'illie Kelley, pair of toilet bottles, handsomely embroidered in blue satin. Mr and Mis. McNulty, beautiful cut grass wine set. Mr Frank Luke to his bride, a morocco handkerchief case filled with point lace handkerchiefs, aud morocco glove case filled with kid gloves. Mr E J Bennett, ornamental mirs ror, hand-painted, framed in silk plush. Miss Edith Jacobs, silver mounted tooth-pick holder. Mr Jos Thalheimer, a half dozeu each of silver knives, forks and tea spoons, in morocco case. Mr John Eyrick, u Ooztn silver napk in l ilies . MrAdo'ph L'ebt-iiow, half dozen silver knives and forks and cigar sUnd . Mr John Luke, a half dozen each of silver table and teaspoons. Messra Leo Goldman, Bernard Goldniau and Maurice Fleishman, a set of ivory mounted carving imple- ments in morocco case. Mr and Mis N A Merford, a shell jewel casket. Misses Hattic and Lulu Barnum, satin sofa pillow, hand palutud. Judge Dc-Foresl Porter and lady bionz equine Btattie and parlor rug. .Mr M Jacobs, china chamber set. Miss D Asher, silver sugar bowl. Mr and M is E Ga nz, silver bulte dish. Mr and Mrs t harles Goldman, silver pitcher and tray. Mr and Mrs J B Kelly, inlaid pearl card case. Miss Lsiura Coats, perfumery stand. Mr a. ill Mrs A Iviewe, pair of sil ver napkin rings. Mr H Goldberg and family, silver fi uit dish . Mr H Goodman, pair of terra coita Ruben and family, pair of brouz statues. I McNeil, pair of terra cotta vases. Mr T II Seelig, dozen and a half of fancy plates. Mr No: th Wilcox, pair of vases. Mr and Miss Gr. gory.pair of vases. Schoenfehi & IIe3in.iii, pair vases Ellis & Co, silver mounted fruit dish. ' Miss D Goodman sent from New lork a goiil mount: d gla&s liquor stand, consisting of Lain 1 and glasses, a silvei bell and Duchess lace hand kerchief. Mr D H Rtcr.rie, pair of bronz grey hounds. Among tha guests present we noticed : Father J Bloise, Hon A C Luke aud wife, Hon DeForcst Porter and ifi, Hon H N Alexander and wife, Hon G F Coats, wile aud daughter, M iss Laura, Hon A C Buker and wife, Mr and Mrs II Goldberg, " JB Kelley, " M Jacr.b-, " Duvenpoit, " J M Sch river, " J L B Alexander, " E Ganz " W F McNulty " NAM. rioid, " A KieW", " Dr R T Osborne, Misses Ha'tie and Lulu Barnum, Mis Fraiikie Alexander, E Mclntyie, Mis A Giegory, Ida ltubcu, " Katie Recum, oris Asher, " II L Kelley, Mrs Pierponl M incr, MrE J Benntti, Mr I M Gre-ory, '"J J Swcciuy, " John Luke, " Jos Thalheimer, ' A' Liebenow, ' H Goldman, " M Fleisohman, " Paul Ruben, " R Stcinettger, " Robt Kern, ' Peter Brix, " Aaron Goldberg, " Jas Daneri, Hon Pat Hamilton, Shortly iiftersuppcr Kern & Luke's tring bind announce 1 their f resenc e by a delightful serenade. They were invited in and for some lime entertained the guests with most en chanting limbic. Iu the me in time cigars were passed among the gen tlemen and all was joy and pleasure till at length the guests were invited to adjourn to the Olympic Club Rooms, where Terpsichou held the boards for several hours before the crowd departed with n.uny happy wishes for the joyful lulure o f those whose weddtd life had so auspicious ly begun. All in all few peison in a whole life time h: ve ll.c pleasure of taking part in a more tonipMc and joyous occasion as that ; f the marriage of this young lady and gentleman whom our c inmueitv delight to honor. Nor most it he forcotten that in a h.rge measure the com pltler.esi of the inei aration for the occasion ate due to Mr and Mrs C A Luke, who,thus,bid God speed upon the highway of wedded b.iss those who are near and dear to then May the gei.llest zephyis blow and the most fragrant biossomi tver bloom for Mr Frank Luke and his happy bride. .Liverpool Trade1, One of the largest dealers druirs in Great Britain, Mr. John Thompson, 58 llancver St., Liver pool, ingiaud, writes: "It is a great pi. asure to sell a remedy which gives geneiul satisfaction and our people, likn Iheii American cousins, have become convenced of the fact that St. Jacobs Oil conqueis pain." Speaking of the Devocs a recent writer says of their beetproducing .qualities: The offal being light in proportion to live weight, make them a good bull hers' beast ; and then, as the English express it, Hi. te is more ninepeuny and less fourpen ny beef. The fat, instead of being laid on the inside as tallow, is marb led with the lean, making the beef better aud ihe loss by the tallow lighter on the butcher. Tlu beef ot the Devon computes with that of the more bulky bleeds s the mutton of the Southdown wiih that of th' CotswcUi.or the pork of the Essex or srnall-boued Berkshire, with that of a five hundred pound Poland - China. Ex Heart S'uinN. Palpitation, Diopsical Swellings Dizziness, Indigestion, Headache Sleeplessness cured by Well's Health Reuewer." Benjamin Franklin said a good many goop things. This was one of them: "Deal only with those who advertisejyou will never lose by it.'' "llurh-Paibaa." Quick, complete cure, all Kidney, Bladder aud Urinary Diseases, Irri tation, Scalding, Stone, Gravel, Ca- arrh cf the bladder. $1." Druggists. Take what comes your way, and he satisfied with it. A favor sought brings with it. a somse ef obligation that robs the possessor of the greater portion of Its enjoyment. "JKoukIl on Kath." Atk fer Well's "Rough on Corns.' 15c. Quick complete cure. Harder, soft corns, warts, burnous. A clergyman is reported as having Baid to a newspaper reporter: "You newspaper men must, have queer views of things. You are always looking ou aud never taking part. uppose now your idea of the day of judgment is that you will have, a able -off. at one side aud report the roceedings for lue p:iper." . Aigiit Sweats. Headache, fever, chills, malaria dyspepsia, cured by 'Well's Health Renewer-" $1 Card of 1 hanks. The ladies of the Epifcopal Guild tender their heartfelt thanks to Messrs Rosenthal, Ryder, McNulty, Miner and McNeil for kinelness.es extended to them at their Christmas festival, ai d to the public for their iberal patronage, MUS. C. HOU.ENBECK, Pies' t. Mr II II A young woman from the country was suing her ex-sweet heart for breach of promise, and the lawyers were, as usual, making all sorts of inqu isitive interrogatories. "You iav," remarked one, "that the defendant frequently sat very cloie to you?'' "Yes sir," was liie reply, with a hectic fiiis.ii. How close ?" "Close enough, so's one cheer was ali the sitliu' room we needed." "And you saj he put his arms' around you ?" "No, I dida't." "What did you say, then?'' "I said he put both arms around me." "Then what?" "He hugged me." "Veiyhard?" "Yes, he did. So hard that I came purty near hcllerin' right out." "Why didn't you holler?" "Cause. " "That's no reason. Be explicit, please. Because what?" "Cause 1 feared he'd stop." The Court fell off the bench. A young negro man looked in at the wiudow of tho Atlanta pclice station and anxiously inquired: "Capt'u, is you alls Bill Davis in lha cally boose yit?" "Yes. Do you want to see him? "No, suh! I dess wanted - to know whudder I cood go down ter hi house ternight. "Well you can ask him." "I don't wan! er ax'ui; ldess want ed ter know ef he was hyir an gwinter slay in." "What do you mean?'' 'Well boss, I'se co'tin' Bill's gal an' an' ytr see, I'm de berry Bame nigger what he busted down de pan nel ob fence wid las' Chuseday night. Georgia Craker. "Husband," said Mrs. Smith, Ihe other night, fixing her eyes signi fic.intly upon the seven year old pride of the family. I am afraid you will have to correct Johnnie he lias been a bad boy this after- noin." Husband, glai cing over his paper "What has he been doing?" "tin took his bhawlneck rooster over to M rs. Jones', aud Torn Jones go, out his Black Spanish, and they let the poor creatures fight for more than an hour-" Husband straightening: "Which whipped?" JSIaeon Ga.) Telegraph An Inside view. Mr. Winks Oil, dear, how glad I am that Ihe campaign is over. Yoi know my husband is running fo office. Well, he litis not been :i home until after niiclnieh.t for three months. Ycu see, he has to be ou with the boys cveiy uight gaining menus by making promises and pledges anil things. Mr. winks Oh, yes, I understand promising appointment and con tracts aud "'divvies" aud so ou. "Yes." "But do yi u think he will change his habits all of a sudden?" " Yes if he i successful." "You think so?" "Oh, no doubt tf it. He never wunts to sec anybody after he gets elected." The 1 1 if of the allui Children slow in development puny, sciawny, aid delicate, 'Weil's Health Kenewer." use Mr. i ieishman returned from a trip to the south by this evening's coach. "Kousrli oil I'aiu" flnster. Porous anil stiengthening, Ims proved, the; best for backache, pains in the chest, or side, rheumatism neuralgia. 2oc. JJrugmsts or mail. The Prescott Journal claims an ice fac tory for that town of two tons per dny. We should judge from reports that the Prescott machine ha? a capacity of several thousand tons per day just now. "KokeJi on Ia!n." Cure. colic, cramps, diarrhoea ; ex ternally for aches, pains-, sprains headache, neuralgia, rheumatism. For man or beast. 20 and 50. Very cold weather is reported from all parts of the north am! northeast, and the probability the low tempera-; tine will he repeated, if not intensi fieel during the present winter months 'Id nsli on 'I'ool liaclie..' Instant iclit f fer Toothache, Neu ralgia, Fai euche. Ask for "Rough on Toothache." 15 25c. Nature's own true laxative. Pleas ant to :he PaS'He, acceptable to the SloiiiHCii, harmless in its nature, paii.iess in its action. Cures habit ual ( . 'nn-,1 1 pation, Biliousn. ss. Incli nes! ion, and kindred ills. Cleanses the syst.-m piirfies the blood, legu biles the Liver and acts on the Bow els. Breaks up Colds, Chilis, Fevers, etc. Strengthen;; the oigaus on which ft acts. Better than bitter, nauseous Liver medicines, pills, salts, and draughts. Sample bottles free, and large botls for sale by O. J. Thib odo, Phoenix. A. T. ISsirgrnigh in Trot's. I i.avo 3,50!) clmicu Irees, two yi ar old bud, I shipped near one year iigo, to sill in bits 1 suit. Call uu me ai once at Bunk Exchange Hole. 11. 11. Tuttle. A t'AKSf To ull who are Buffering from errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, curly deca loss of mat hood, &c. I will semi a receipt that will curey. u, FKKK Otf hARUE. This great remedy was discovered by a missiou ary iu outh America. Send si-lf-address-ed envelohe to Kav. Joskfh T. Imman, Station D. Ne York. HAKHIS Near Phoenix, Ariz., Dec. 29, 185, Mrs. Margaret A. Harris, aeil 87 years. Test Yonr BaMng Pow fler To-Day ! Brands drrtised a absolutely par CONTAIN A MMOltU THE TEST : riare m. ran toe down on a bo at arm until Vrated t hen rtrrtnve the cover and smell. A client it will not be required to detect the preaeiuM of m r "i ni DOES SOT COXTATN-AMMOKIA. lis HaaUfcftiliuu II is NEVER Bm mllnil. In a mill! on homen for il nnar-ter cif a. nanturr It naM stood me consumers reuaujtf test. TISE TEST OF THE OVEN. Price Baking Powder Co., iLucnu or Dr. Price's Special Flavoring Extracts, The strongest, tno5t dellclona and natural flavor known, and Dr. Price's Lupulin Yeast Gems For Light, Healthy bread, The Beit Dry Hop i east in me woria. FOR SALE BY CROCERS, CHICAGO. - ST. LOUIS. Money Wanted Immediately. . On outstanding accounts at the Herald office. We j must have settlements and those knowing themselves) indebted to the office will confer a favor by calling early. N. A. Morford, Prop. Herald. ASSI E'S SALE Of Bi al .Estate nnd Property. Personal rrUlE UNDERSIGNED ASSIGNEE, of I Hancock and Duncan, oartnera. and of each of them, offers at private sale, and in seperate parcels, trie equity of redemp tion in me following- described lands. viz: Section four (4"). "n townshio one Hi. I no rib of range one (1), east Gila and Salt Aivcr menu i an ana lymg aDout len miles to westerly from the City of Phoenix, in .Maricopa Countv, Arizona, and in the district of lands subiect to sale at Tucson. Arizona. Also the northwest quarter of I Bection tnirty-iour townshio two (2). north of range two 2) east, lying about live miles westerly from said citr of Phoe nix, same meridian, county and lasd dis trict. Said lands were sold by the sheriff I oi Aiaricopa couriy. under a aecree ior lorecio-uie oi a certain mortgage in an action in the District Court, of Ihe Second j judicial District, of the Territory of Ari zona, sit line in and for said Count jr of I niaricopa, wticrein cnaries KuttriCK and his wife. Laura A. BuUrick, were plaintiil. and Wni. A. Hancock, defen dant. Said decree having been made and entered at tin; Anril t;nn of said court for ffht 5r' !.PMfCT -'MAO 1 the yer 1S84. Which lands wore sold by I nf A "hrvrlv rf Cna dnA said sheriff in eeperate parcels on thel01 tlie "Oay OI VjUS UOIa fourteenth day of Julv, 1881, The said Charles E. liuttnck beinir the pur chaser of said section four (4) at the pi ice j oi twenty eignt hundred dollars, ana being also the purchaser of said quarter section at the prica of five hundred dollars. The time for the redemption of said laud will and if said equity of redemption in said I lands be not sold at private sale before the 8th day of January, 1885, the same will oe eoia at. PUBLIC AUCTION, eej.-crately a3 to each parcel, at 12 o'clock !., on the said 8.h dav of January, in front of the court house, in the City of rnoemx, lor c isn, to tne nignest bidder. jueeos at expense ot tne purcnaser. Also tne loiiowinc personal property is offered at private sale: One mess watron. one water wagon and tank, one four horse wagon, one buck board, one double seat spring wagon, four work horses, one mare oue coit, lour mutes, six sets double har ness, two bets old harness, six header , beds, two headers, three single plows, six oarrcis. two tuos, tool Doxes ana tools. hore collars, tic ropes, halters, bush breaker, "go-devil, platform scales, stack oi grain nay about ten tons, saw square. axes, mattocks, griud stone, clock, lamp, couee mm, cooKtng stove. Duckets, pot. iry pan, snovei ana one iron shic tJ. A. TiVJSKD, Phoenix, Dec. 18. 1884. Assignee. Estray Notice. of Phoenix, one dark brown horee, slieht lv RarlillA marked, with left hind foot white V wmtj iu illy ituiuii. Jiimo DvuiunD. and branded Don left hiD. Owner will come forward X prove property, pay the charges and take tne same away, or tne i property wjll be disposed of according to aw. juo. iiuainua. Phoenix, Nov. 29, 1884. . W. CATTON ....THE.... News Dealer Having arranged with an Eastern Agency for 1885, and following years, is prepared to iurman sub scriptions for all the leading News Papers and .Periodicals, American, British, French, German, Italian, Russian, Scandinavian, etc., at pub lishers prices, postpaid. News Depot 2d Door Easlj of Postoffice. Arizona ? lursery, E. Piioenix. One-half mile S. Fruit and Ornamental Trees OF ALT, KINDS. True to Xnme, null Reliable. ALSO Shrubs, H::::, Shads Trees. Etc. Etc Furnished to ordej if not on hand D. TURNER, Manager o. J. TIIIBODO, M. D. "IMIT SIM Wjf APOTHCARY -AND DEALJBili 1N- ORUGS. MEDICINES, AND TOILET ARTIC Perfumery, Brushes, etc. Opposite the Postoffice. Stationer ana JAS.McCflRTHY, Horse-Shoer. Having sold out his interest in the Slankard shop, has moved back to the old Stand on Cortez Street Eaet Side Cowt?ixus Plaza, Where he is prepared to do all kinds of horse-shoeing at reasonable rates. Look for the sign Of tho Big Horse-Shoe Pioneer Shop, Phoenix - - A. T. C. A. LJIFFIE, Merchant Tailor Otero Block, Cortez St., Phoenix. All work in my line promptly attended to and warranted first-class. Special attention given to REPAIRING CLEANING. Charges Moderate. ARCADE Choice Wines,Lipors& Cigars We manufacture the FINEST BEER in the Territory. Orders Promptly Pilled- JOH LUKE. Cabinet Saloon J. R. LOOSLEY. Finest Liquors in Arizona Corner Washington and Center Sta. $10Drewardi$100 The above reward will be paid for the recovery man Uoldman ss Uo. Phoenix, A. T.- Stearns & Miami ForvarJii i Commission, IVlaricopa.A. T. Shipping Mark, S. & K. I Offic of Arizona Mining Co., VCLTCBE, Dec, 27, 1881. ( Sea d Proposals WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE UN dersigned forCUTTING and DE- LdVKlUWCi AT THE VULTURE MILL, AKD 2,000 CORDS OF WOOD AT THE COMPANY'S PUMP AT SEY MOUR. Delivery of wood to begin about March 15, 1885. The opening of proposal will take place in the company's office at Vulture City, at 10 o'clock a . m sharp, on March 1, 1885. The right to reject any and all bids reserved. ROBERT B. TODD. Agent and Superintendent, . Central Arizona Mining Co., Vulture, Arizona, i Young Bulls For Sale. I EXCELLENT STOCK of fine young libulls for sale. Inouire of Jndcro C. A. Tweed or T. Metx, ui Tweed'! ranch. The Buyers' Guide la I ued March and Sept., each year: 216 pages, 8jrllf inches, with over 3,300 illustrations a whole pic ture eallery. Gives whole sale priceirect to consumer on all goods for personal or family use. Tells how to order, and gives e.xuct cost of every thing you use, eat, drink, wear, or have fun with. These invaluable books con tain information gleaned from the ina kets of the world. We will mail a copy Free to any address upon receipt of tha postage 7 cents. Let us hoar from you, Respectfully, MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. aar M aa Wabuk Arcane, Cklw in. FT FREE! 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