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KATKS OF SUBSCRIPTION: DAILY HEBAI1. Single Copy 10 cts - Pr Week Wets Six Months $ 5.00 One Year 10.00 WEEKLY HERALD. Three Monfhs 1 -25 Six Months.. Oae Year in Advance J-JJ? game on time -w irai t tbi Ojtfic fob Adtsbtisins ahd Job Ratzs. This paper on file at all the Principal Newspaper Agencies in San Francisco and IfiaPtera Cities. K7Ko agent, employe or other person IB authorized to contract bills on account of thiB paper, except on written order oi the proprietor. PooDlatiom or Phoenix, - -4.000 Thursday February 1. 1885 We learn that tbe Railroad Subsi dy bill, already introduced in the legislature, will be greatly modified, or perhaps a new one will be sub stituted. President- elect Cleveland is a perfect thorn of torture to tbe as uiring Democracy. He so far has failed to say to any one man "Thou art the man" for the Cabinet. An interesting railroad meeting was held last evening at tbe Bank Exchange- hotel and the Freights and Fares bill and the Railroad Subsidy mattt r fully discussed. A committee of four was appointed to draft uch a railroad subsidy bill as would meet with popular approval here, and have the same forwarded to our representatives in the legis latere. We understand that a second com pany stands ready to build a rail-. ,-road out of this valley, behave seen letters from most responsible men in the east making this states ment. Tbe second company asks that the county give them assistance in the sum of $200,000. Their terms otherwise were not stated, but it would be nothing more than a bust ness proposition for our county to state its terms and such as will pro tect it, and then we have no hesis tancy In saying that the people will tax themselves to the amount of $250,000 or more, if need be, to get the road, but of one thing they must be absolutely assured before they willingly make such unqualified presents, and that is that they will be given an equal chance for outside markets with California and the East. Phoenix wants a railroad and must have it. A railroad from any place that would let us out to the markets of the Territory and other portions of the southwest would be welcomed aud we believe would re. . .ceive the earnest support of the people. The idea of one or two of our citizens that a railroad to Mari copa would be of no benefit to us if the regulation of freight rates is not accomplished by the legislature is certainly a mistake and a bad mis take. The influence of a railroad upon the valley, even though freight cost the same that it now does to this city and though the present discrimination against the people of the valley, or rather against a major ity of them, should continue, could be nothing else than beneficial. The mere consideration of money set afloat in building and maintaining such a road would be of a most ben eficial character and great assistance to the business men of the valley. The population it would bring us both of producers aBd consumers would add largely to the volume of - business and give us standing char acter as a commercial and agricul tural community, a matter that would have great influence upon the pros perity of our business men. Again, the increase in the value of property, the taxes which the road itself would pour into our county treasury, to-, gether with the immense scope of what is now -wild land that would be brought into use, attain value, pay taxes and yield produce would always be a benefit to the people and business of the valley, aside from the consideration of the social and educational privileges which invariably come with population and the development of a country. People don't stop to inquire what freight rates are or what the fare is on a railroad when it opens to them the advantages of bettering their condition. If thpy did the Pacific coast would yet be isolated from the east by the peaks of the Sierras and Rocky mountains. The matter of railroad charges can and always will be regulated after a road is built. The demands of business are the regulators of such matters, and when the demand i3 sufficiently imperative, when bus iness is sufficiently pressed by such charges, then, and not till then, will they be regulated, either by mutual agreement or by legislative enact ment. Let us have the railroad anyway. We can be no worse off and there is scarcely a chance in a thousand but that we shall be vastly better off the moment a pick is stuck in the gronad in the actual construction of the road. been interesting indeed for a num ber of days. Gen. Gordon was not found at Khartoum, as has long been anticipated he would be. That city was found in possession of the rebel Arabs, and it now looks as thougli Gen. Gordon and. his forces had been wiped ut of existence. Gen, Stewart, who got near enough Khartoum to ascertain this fact him-, self made a very narrow escape from Bedouin hordes that surrounded his forcewhich he had formed in a square and for a whole day made rush after rush upon him. The coolness ef his men, all being picked veterans, to gether with the knowledge of the desperate nature of the conflict in which they were engaged, and their superior arms caused them to fight wii the determination of men who know that it is victory or death. The Bedouins were mowed down in such numbers that they even obstructed the charges of tbe wild horde till at length they were compelled to retire. and Gen. Stewart and his force escaped to an island in the Kile where they were safe. It strikes us that the proviso in the new freight bill that "Such com pany or corporation may charge a higher amount per mile when the distance does not exceed thirty miles, and provided, also, that the total charge for such distance less than thirty miles shall not exceed the total charge for a distance greater than thirty miles." As the clause reads there seems to be nothing to keep a railroad com pany from charging as much in total for a distance of less than thirty miles as it would from San Francisco to New Orleans if the road so elected. TELEGRAPHIC. Special to the Hebald. house. Prescott, Feb. 10 The House met at 11a.m., Speaker Rollins in tbe chnir. Nkhol's introduced a bill giving right of way, water, and other priV' ileges to a railroad to run from Will cox via Tombstone to Bisbee, BDd it gave rise to lengthy debate, Rollins strongly opposed the bill on the grounds that such special privileges could not be granted by Territorial legislatures. Rollins' speech was the best yet heard. It was able and conv incing. Referred to the JudN ciary Committee. Rollins' bill changing Cochise from the Second to the Third Judi cial District gave rise to Iong'debate, Rollins read a letter from Judge Fitzgerald opposing the change Gen. Wardwell made a nnfiing, characteristic speech In opposition Porter spoke in its favor. Sias' !j ill to create the office of Commissioner of Immigration was taken up, read the third time and passed by vote of 18 ayes to 6 nays The Insane Asylum bill came up on its passage. Ruggles made a speech opposing the bill, claiming that the appropriation was too large and that the money would be mis appropriated, and moved an amend ment that the appropriation be re duced to $50,000. Watkins opposed the amendment in an able speech, making happy allusion to tbe pres ent temporary insane asylum on Nob Hill saying the present institu tion was only for a few days, but the proposed institution was for all time. Brannen also opposed the bill on account of the amount appropriated Porter made an able speech in its support and said that Maricopa county had never receivsd any ap' propriation from the Territorial treasury, but had always been ground between the upper and nether millstones. The bill was passed by a vote of 13 ayes to 11 nays. THE COUNCIL. The Council met at 11 o'clock with President Ainsworth in the chair. Stevens gave notice of a bill to re- inburse Mr. BuBtwick for arranging catalogue ef Territorial library. Weedin's bill concerning the lia bility of railroad companies in kill ing stock was then called up, 100 copies ordered printed and the bill referred to the Judiciary committee. Bill giving additional powers to District Judges when sitting in their chambers was taken up and passed Weedin's bill to exempt growing crops from taxation was reported back from the Judiciary committee with the amendment that growing crops should be asses sed as so much improvement and part and parcel cf land. The amendment was support ed by Stevens and opposed by Weed' in, but tbe amend was adopted, or dered engrossed to third reading. Armstrong introduced a memorial asking President-elect Cleveland to appoint residents of tbe Territory to the offices of said Territory. On motion of Stevens the memorial was referred to the 6elect committee on English Grammar and Rhetoric, of which Mr. Todd was made chair man . Watkin'sbill giving bounties for the scalps of wild animals was re ferred to the committee on Territo rial Affairs. . House bill to regulate accquias south side of Salt river was referred to the Maricopa delegation. House bill to prevent the use of obscene language was taken up And referred to the Judiciary committee. Council then adjourned. - Special to the Herald. COUNCIL. Prescott ,Feb. 11 Council met at 11 o'clock with President Ainsworth in the chair. Minutes of yesterday lead and ap-, proved. The Special Committee oa Gram mar and Rhetoric, to whom was re ferred the memorial to the President elect asking that all appointments idents of tho Territory, reported that they had struggled with tbe propo sition carefully and they present the memorial In anguish and rec-. ommeml that it do pass. Carried. Stewart introduced a bill to pres scribe salary oi county, precinct and certain territorial officers. The bill provides a certain salary for each and every county officer. -The House bill to prevent obscene and abusive language passed. The Insane Asylum bill was taken up and referred to Committee on Territorial Affairs. The bill to create office of Com missioner of Immigration referred to appropriate committee. On motion of Weedm the Council went Into a Committee of the Whole to consider the bill for registration of voters. There are three bills on the subject, which it is intended to frame into a general law. The Council then took a recess until two o'clock. house . The House met at 11 a. m., Speaker Rollins in the chair. The Council bill increasing power of Judges when sitting in chambers passed. The Council bi.l reducing license of commercial travelers from $200 to $50 per annum ordered to third reading. The Council bill on divorces in. definitely postponed. "Wardwell's bill to make County Recorder the Clerk of Board of Sus pervisors referred to J udiciary Com mittee. The bill to punish bigamy by ims prisonment in Territorial prison for ten years gave rise to le ngthy de bate. Passed : Wardwell's bill to revise statutes indefinitely postponed. Rollins' dynamite bill reported back by a substitute, Passed. The bill makes it a misdemeanor for any one to have explosives in his pos. session without marking the same with the name and character of tbe explosive. Tho bill prescribing the salary of officers gives the Sheriffs of Cochise, Pima, Maricopa, and Yavapai $4,000 each and other offices in proportion. about pension tjwb. Washington, Feb . 9 George Le- man, pension attorney, of this city was to-day before the House com mittee on the payment of pensions, bounty and back pay, and in aswer to inquiries f the members, said he paid Col. Ingersol $2,500 and J udge Wilson $1,000 to secure the passage of the law enacted at the last session of Congress, relative loan increase in attorney's fees in pension cases Leman further said the payment of these sums was contingent upon the passage of the act. in self defense. St. Louis. Feb. 9 A Cuba, Mo., dispatch says: At one o'clock last night E. S. Green, a clerk in a drug store, shot and Instantly killed H. L, Martin. Deceased was drunk, and went into the drug store and de manded whisky, but was refused -, whereupon he assailed Green and the latter fired tbe fatal shot. Both parties are highly respectable. FIRE IN NEW YORK. New York, Feb. 9 The damage done by the fire lat night to S. B. Crittenden's building on Barclay street is said to be $50,000; fully in sured. Loss cn stock $200,000. ASSIG35EB, Cincinnati, Feb. 9 D. W. Miller, proprietor of the Miller Carriage company, has assigned. Assets $125,000, liabilities $106,000. FAILURES. New Yobk, Feb. 9 The failures of last week in tbe United States were 314.Canada 32, total 340, against 354 for the previous week, and 411 lor the weeK previous. The failures are slill numerous for the western and southern states; in other tec tions the figures are about up to the average. SUPPOSED TO BE LOST. San Francisco, February 9 The British steamer Sardony sailed from Victoria, British Columbia, for Hong Kong, December 10. Since then she has never been heard of, She had 400 Chinese on board and a light cargo of coal. She is said to have been unsafe and is supposed to have gone dow n . Fonnd So Poison. Dr. Samuel K. Cox. D. D., Prac tical Analytical Chemist, Washing' ton, D. U., who made thorough and careful analyses, reports that there is mi her morphia, opium, emetics nor poisons in the Red Star Cough Cure; that it must prove a boon to those whose systems shrink from the use of such compounds, and especially to mothers, who iustly dread the evil, and, at times, fatal effects of these dangerous drugs. He further stctei it is not only free from all opiates, poisons, and emetics, (a thing which not one cough prepa ration in ten can boast) but it is altogether an original and most happy combination of the best reme dial agents, and is as harmless as it is effective. Tbe Rainfall. The signal service records show that the rainfall at Plia-nix for the six months ending January 1, 1885, whs 7.51 inches, being distributed as follows: July 07 August 1.84 September 1.50 October 1 12 November 24 December 2.74 KACES! RACES! A Twenty-mile Knee on Snnday Xext. A rider's race will take place at tho Fair Grockds Track, on Sunday, the 15th day of February for $100 a side, proprietor's purse added for the winner. Each rider uses six horses. Horses to start at 2:80 p. m. Admission 60 cents. "' Mi "Mil1 1 "" To Incorporate the Arizona Industrial Exposition Association and Make an Appropriation in Favor Thereof. INTRODUCED BT HON. R. B. TODD. Whereas, William A. Hancock, L. Fowler, C. H. Grey, Simon Nov- inger, E. Rood, E. B. Kirkland, G. W. Ingalls, Philip K. Hickey, Wil liam Isaac, and Hosea Greenhaw did on the 14th, day of May, 1884, form and incorporate a company, under the corporate name of The Arizona Industrial Exposition Asso ciation, the certificate of the incor. poration of which said company was duly filed in the offica of the Secre tary of the Territory of Arizona, and also In the office of the County Re corder of Maricopa County, in the Territory of Arizona, which said company was incorporated for the purposes expressed in said certificate of incorporation ; and Whereas, the said association was incorporated for the better ex hibition of the various products of Territory of Arizona, of every class and kind, and is for the best inter ests and gcod of the said Territory; and, Whereas, the powers conferred by the Act of tl:e Legislature of the Territory of Arizona, entitled "Of General Incorporations," are inade quate in several respects to the car rying out of the purposes of the said association in a proper manner. Be it enacted by the Legislative Assem bly of the Territory of Arizona: Section 1 That ilson W. Jones, C. H. Grey, Simon Novinger, Wm. A. Hancock, L. Fowler, E. Rood, E. B. Kirkland, Philip K. Hickey, Wm Isaac, Hosea Greenhaw, J. F. Whar ton, Pete R. Brady, W, W. Hutchin son, W. W. Wilkinson, A. H. Worm el), W. T. Woods, Geo. E. Loring, R. E. Farrington, J. M. Cotton, E Meyer, W. W. Houston, J. R. Loos- ley, J. M. Gibson & Son, A. F. McDonald, J. B. Montgomery, W K. Meade, A. H. Stebbins, W. C. Pimm, Rosenthal & Kutner, G. H . Kemper, Ira Stroud & Son, E. Gansz, Goldman & Co., Sherman & Mur phy, J. W. Crenshaw, Hill & Vigue, Jos. Thalheimer, Thos. King, John Eynch, Henry Ryder, J. Y. T. Smith, F. A. Tritle, F. M. Murphy & Bro., T. J. Butier, T. W. Clantou, R. B Todd, N. Meador, W. R. Morris, J. T. Alsap, Kern & Luke, J T. Simms, Frank Wells, Acker & Walker, Smith Turner, G. Churchill, J. E. Ayen, B. H. Knapp, Herrick & Co.. D, K. Burns, Henry Orme, C, A. Luke, Jasper & Rouotree, C. P. Head, E. W. Welle, Hugo Richards, P. B. Brannen, Clark Churchill, William Zent, J. J. Hawkins, J. B Hand, N. A. Morford, G. W. Ingalls, J . M. Gregory, Henry Davenport, Jacob W. Davenport, J. J, Baker, W. T. Woods, Arizona Gazette Pub lishing Company, A. P. Fitzgibbon, Frank Cox, G- M. F. Herritt, H Wood, L. C. Hughes, G. McCarter, John Marion, Thomas Weedin, Ari zona Miner, J. C. Martin, C. D Reppy, Mohave Miner, A. E. Fay, D. L. Sayre, M. P. Romney, J. W Sterrett, A. H. Hackney, J. W. Dor- rington, W. A. Nash, Geo. A. Clum, Yuma Republican, E. Rood, Wm . Osborne, D. L- Murray, and their associates and successors, and all persons who may hereafter become the owners of shares in said associa tion or company, be and ihey are hereby made a body corporate, under the corporate name and style of The Arizona Industrial Exposition Asso ciation, in which name they may have perpetual supceseion, and may purchase, hold and acquire by any lawful mean, such real estste and personal property and property of any and every kind as shall be neces. sary and lawful In the carrying out of the purprses of tht said associa tion, as set forth in the preamble of this Act, and the certificates of in corporation of the said company or association, and the said association may use, sell, lease, let, mortgage, hypothecate, transfer and convey, and may otherwise use and dispose of the same, and the said associa tion, under its corporate name, may sue and be sued, plead ind be un pleaded, contract and be contracted with, and have and use a common seal, and the same may change at pleasure, and make all by-laws necessary for the government of the affairs of said association, and use and have all rights, powers and privileges which are or may be necessary for them to bavo aud use as a company incorporated for the purposes herein stated and set forth in the said certificate of incorpora tion, it being the true intent and meaning of thjs Act to re-incorpo rate the said Arizona Industrial Ex position Association, and to give to the said association such increased powers as are necessary for the tet ter carrying out ef the purposes of said association, and to aid the same. Sec 2. As soon as practicable after the passage of this Act, the Board of Directors of the said Ari zona Industrial Exposition Associa tion shall call a meeting of the stock holders of said association, to be held in the city of Phoenix, in the county of Maricopa, notice of which said meeting shall be given by pub lication in some newspaper published in said county of Maricopa, for at least ten days prior to said publica tion to said meeting, and at said meeting of the stockholders the question shall be submitted to said stockholders wheather the said asso ciation shall accept the terms of this Act, and the reincorporation of the said association , and a vote by bal lot shall be taken thereon, each share of stock entitling the holder thereof to one vote upon said proposition. The form cf the ballot shall be "Ac cept Reincorporation," or "Reject Reincorporation." If a majority of the votes shall be "accept reincor- r.oration," the stockholders present shall then proceed to the election of thirteen directors of the said associ ation by ballot, and tbe persons who shall receive a mnjoiity of all the votes cast shall be elected as direc tors of said company or association, until the next election of directors, as provided by the by-laws of said association, and until their successors shall be duly elected and qualified. journment of the said meeting of stockholders, a certificate of the re sult of the vote of acceptance or rejection shall be made out and be signed by the President of tho com pany or the Vice-President acting as such at said meeting, and attested by the Sesretary under the seal of the corporation, which said certificate shall be forwarded to the Scrctary of the Territory, who shall file the same in his office, and a copy of said certificate shall also be filed in the office of the County Recorder of Maricopa county, and if the said vote shall be in favor of accepting reincorporation from and after the filing of said certificate in the office of the Secretary of the Territory, the said Arizona Industrial Exposi tion Association shall be duly incor porated uuder the provisions of this Act. Sec. 4. As soon as practicable after the adjournment of the ssid meeting of stockholders, the Board of Directors elected at said meeting, or a majority thereof, sh&ll meet at the office of the company, and after taking the oath of office, as required by law, shall proceed to elect one of the number President of the compa ny, and shall also elect at the same time one Vice-President for each county of Arizona, and shall cause a certificate of the election of snid officers, showing who have ben electtd, to be drawn up and signed by said Directors and attested by the Secretary under the seal of the cor poration, and shall transmit the same to the Secretary of the Territory, who shall file the same in his office. Sec. 0. The Board of Directors of th said company er association shall consist of thirteen persons, each of whom shall be a stockholder in the compan', and the said Board shall have all the powers and be subject to all the restrictions and qualifica tions prescribed in the Act f the Legislative Assembly of Arizona entitled"Of General Incorporations," approved .November 6, 1866, and known as Chapter 51, of the Com piled Laws of Arizona, not expressly amended or extended ia this Act. Sec 6. The sum of ten thousand dollar.! ($10,000) is hereby appropri ated and devoted to the said Arizona Industrial Exposition Association, to be used as the Board of Directors of said association shall deem best for the promotion of the objects and purposes of the association ; and the said sum is hereby directed to be paid from tha general land of the Territory in the manner and form following and no, otherwise: At any time during the year 1885 after the said Arizona Industrial Exposition Association shall have accepted reincorporation under the provisions of tUis Act, and shall have filed with the Secretary of the Ter ritory the certificate of the elections of President and Vice-President, as provided in Sectien 4 upon the order of the Board of Directors of the said Arizona Industrial Exposi tion Association, the President of said association shall demand of the Territorial Auditor a warrant to be drawr on the general fund of the Territory for the sum ot five thou sand dellars, and with such demand (which shall be in writing) shall present to said Territorial Auditor a copy of tbe order of said Board of Directors, directing said demand to be made, du'y ceitifled by the Sec retary of said association, under the seal of said associatian; and upon receiving said demand and copy of said order the Territorial Auditor shall draw his warrant on the Gens eral Fund of the Territory in favor of said Arizona Industrial Esposi tion Association or its order, for the sura of five thousand dollars, and shall deliver the said warrant to the President of said association or com. pany, and upon presentation of said warrant, duly endorsed by the Pres ident ol said association, the Terri torial Treasurer shall pa3r the said warrant as other warrants on said fund are paid. Sec 7. At any time during the year 1886, upon like demand as pro vided for in Section 6, the Territorial Auditor shall draw his warrant on the General Fund ef the Territory in favor of said association for the sum of two thousand five hundred dollars, which said warrant shall bo endorsed, presented and paid as pro vided in Section 6. At any time during the year 1887, upon like demand, as provided in Section 6, the Territorial Auditor shall draw his warrant on the Gen eral Fund of the Territory in favor of said association, or its order, for the sum of two thousand five hundred dollars, which shall be paid upon presentation as provided in Section 6. Sec. 8. All of said warrants shall be numbered by the Territorial Aud itor, and shall be paid ly the Terri torial Treasurer In their order, as other warrants en the General Fund are paid. Sec 9. No sums shall be paid to the said Arizona Industrial Exposi tiou Association, under the pro visions of this Act, except those above specified that is to say: In the year 1885, the sum cf five thou sand dollars; in the year 1886, two thousand five hundred dollars, and in the year 1887, two thousand five hundred dollars. This Ac.t shall take ffect and be in force from and after its passage. leuipe Topics. Tempe, Feb. 9, 1885. Editor Herald: Ail is quiet at this outpost All men wonder if it may become "more so." Salt Rivtr rose 8 to 12 inches last night. Mr. Kellner, merchant at Globe, in attempting to cross the river at this place yesterday, lost money and other valuables to the amount of $50. Mr. J. A. Cowen and wife, ot Phoenix, escaped a duck ing by aid of a !ari;e spau of horses and high buggy. The ranchers have spent several weeks past in reconstructing the Tempe dum, which the last flood left badly dilapidated ; hence water has again made its appearance in the ditches. The schools, which had tempor arily cloned in consequence of the arpi-ai'ancen'oiCTflreairAreiny sion to-day. Last night was one of the coldest of the season. Moist ground was frozen solid. Early peach and apri cot buds are ready to burst. Look out for a March frost. Wheat and barley crops are not as forward as at this time last year. Some are still engaged in sowing. Speculations concerning the legis lature have abated. Have not heard of any bids here for the insane asy lum. An enereetic move towards a university in Salt River valley would be hailed with ioy, and its founders would be esteemed public benefac tors. Can the Herald give us defi nite items on this point? Certainly no measure so important can com mand the time and taleuts of our legislature. None upon which a great and honorable future of our Territory so much depends. Our village is as quiet as a Sab bath on the X roads since the Post- office was moved to Upper Tempe. Wbatevtr may be the merits of a fare and freight bill we are anxious ly looking for a railroad move, which will take us into the embrace of civilization and prosperity, to wit: a railroad through this valley; but we will try to wait with patience the grist which comes fr;m the mills of the gods, which are said to grind slow but fine. We are considered a very law- abiding community, having no jus tice of the peace in this precinct. J. J. W. A CAKU To all who are suffering from errors and indiscretions of youth. nervou- weakuees. early deeav, Jos of mat hood, Ac I will send a receipt that win cureypu, t-iti5.ii. ur UAKt.ju. xnis great remedy was discovered Dy a mission ary in South America. Send self-addressed envelobe to Kit. Joseph T. Inman, station u, ae lore. Fopnlar Physicians. 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Appetite is restored and the nervous svstem rffreshed with much needed slumber through the use of this medicine, which is alto went ficial to per sons of a rheumatic tendency, and an in estimable preventive of fever and aeue For sale by all druggists and dealers generally. . OTELLE , L. Brighu, prop'? PHOENIX, - ARIZONA. Havincr obtained entire control of this It w ill bo conducted as a first-class house in every respect. The Leading Hotei in Phoenix New Clean Beds. Finest Table Set in Arizona Bar Supplied with the Best Liquors and Cigars. For Sale! 600.C00 lbs- of Barley and Wheat at one cent per pound for the whole. ami Her lots at private rates, lerma, caan on delivery. TRADE "7 MARK. fy o ij g 1 1 ui uIim -Kg. t Z9 nil it! To The People 3 L. From the fJoble banner in which you have Responde to our last Advertisement, we respectfully beg MONDAY, THE lGii OF fllEARflHOEt$ALEj IfjOLDEHlQpPORTUHlT REMNANTS OF REMNANTS REfift HANTS OF DRESS GOODS, t REMNANTS OF TABLE LIMEU, . REMNANTS OF CURTAIN NETT REMNANTS OF DOMESTICS, TOWELINGS, REMNANTS OF EACES, EMBROIDERIES, REMNANTS OF RIBBON, A General Clearing; Out of our Stock, preparatory our Buyers departure to the Eastern Market. N. B. In addition, we will make Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats, Cap Boots and Shoes, throughout our ZD X HI 0 1ST dz, ZIEUEiLL CAPITOL HOTEL "WASHINGTON STREET, PHOENIX - - - A. T. W.C. PIMM, Froprietcr. Re-fitted and Re-furnished. Everything flew, Neat,dlean Good rooms to let by the day, week, or month. First-class board can be obtained in the building. CMceWiEes,Lipors&Ciprs Kept at the Bar. OLD PALACE SALOON CEO. W. BANARD, Prop. Kiddle of the Old Court House Sleek South Side Washington St., PUoenix. Having teeome sole proprietor of this POPULAR RESORT, OLD AND NEW FRIENDS Will always find me at the helm anxious and able to supply their most dis criminating taste for Fine Wines, Whiskeys, Beer, Mixed Drinks and Cigars. Hit Us i Lick ::i Jo for Toolrcs W. F.McNULTY. ,KM. SHOTT McNulty & Shott, East Washington Mt. , Phoenix. ....Dealers in FAMILY GROCERIES And all kinds of GENERAL MERCHANDISE ....Such as Pry Goods, Furnishing Goods Clothing, Groceries, Dried and Canned Fruits, Ham, Bacon, Eggs, Butter, Cheese ....And a General Line of Family Supplies Agents for Singer Sewing Machine. Arizona Nursery, One-half mile S. E. Phoenix. Fruit and Ornamental Trees OP ALT, KINDS. True to Xamc. nnd Reliable. ALSO 2h:, F.::::, Ibis Trees. Etc Etc Furnished to order if not on hand D. TURNER, Manager lotice- IN VIEW OF THE CONTEMPLATED removal of the occuDants of the old cemet. rv to (he cHy Hottei'e flfld, vry liberal terms are offered to purchasers of cemetery lots until Jauuarv let. lS-i. For terms apply to MMlay & Hine, agent; J. ol. urr jfory, uiiueriajt-'r; or to a. a. LUU9111 , fioprieior. KEKA of Phoenix and leave to announce WE WILL HAVE SILKS OF VELVET, REMNANTS ODD PAIR STOCKING! DEALERS IN GENERA Northwest Corner of Plaza, WASHIfJGTOft! El iftfc Hf! f$Sk 4Fh U y U U hiJ li li Tz The Only Reliable House to get FOR FAMILY USE. Family Liquor Store, PRESCOTT, Wholesale and Tinware, Granite . PUMPS, PIPE-FITTINGS and Agent for Altao Windmills. East "Washington Street, near Phoenix Hotel. W. W. VIGUS, Business Manage HOLSTEIN 'r t ' 6AG0N and LARD .AT 1 5 Cts. per Pound AT. GRAY'S I7IlGl2,;Fre-k Candies, Pies a-nd cv One Mile South of Town. C H CRAY, n Salt River Valley that on FE A a clean sweep entire stock. &, K uf n L SIMD!SB ST., FHCEfJIX Oppe Post Offid ZAND PHCEH iaa 01 I m fLn y Retail Dealer in and Agate Wan WINDMILLS A SPECIALTY. Job Work and Repairing Promptly I CA1TIE! A few choice Registered Hi Book Animals of this breed sale at reasonable prices. Jersey's for Family U ALSO THOROUGHBRED Berkshire Poland-Clii l'ies. Poultry, all Varietie Address, WM. NILES. Lo Angelet, Caj California BaM I F. KUCHLER, Prop. Test and Largest tr:ai !2 Leans 21 Families Supplied at their rjuldenc variety. CALL EARLY an(J OFT