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inaugural ball costs $45,000. The dry goods firm of Halpin Bros., of San Francisco, has failed for $18,000. Blaise lias taken up bis residence in Washington and -will devote kira self to literary work. Two European governments :have just sent in onlers in tne uniiw.i States for 150,000,000 cntiidges 'f'HI Gladstone ia seventy-six years old and has been a member oi me House of Commons for fifty-three years. ? S i : Los Akgki.es had a double hang' r yesterday and San Francisco started a single candidate up-Hie golden stairs in alike manner The newspapers of Arizona have 1 j underscored certain names -aMong tlie late legislators: thev will le re in fin Ik-red ... ..... ...... i, .i.i.i rB III iin; sntti i j "-.v We have not received a co py-f ltl, Oithen of Saturdav last lmt wei - - . - - hear that it cleus out the Herald, Phoenix and tiie valley in fine shape. tiCBKNSLASU, Australia, has a new and remarkable gold discovery. The mt-tul ia fmiiid in connei tien with Iron and rnns eighty-five ounces to a ton of ore. . Th great railroails of the Miss issippi valley and the west keem to be obliged to keep up almost a con stant convention some where in or der to keep their pooling arrange - nVeiits intact. Thk Citizen says "Tucson people have concluded to attend to their own business." Thai's a good, re tlveVnd indicates thai the Star edi torliHs'Iosf "Ins " grip"aint "will be obi igeTfprrfin 1111HH TifrSfdflmblT? alone. - C.'.y.'.L:STEVBKS has ;: returned to TuT-qn prad ptoposes i to jf popper "llueUea aud the fellow i MaisU" who - rushed down there with bis talc of woe, ,by callitig a meitinj of Uie citizens of Tucson and - telling bis ,811b of Xhe Urry., T ilK llfcerd ecBsidei Tom W ced- ia actioh on wlmCilcall? the "ini quitous Sierra Boni'a bill," unac- -s -:f s v-r a -r countable, and-says: ft is more in 6or- ,-OjWlhan .angerfbi it is thus obliged to " chastise ' Thomas; and iilieii",:WH)oo hnoT-""- : - - -" g" n r " i , i'j If & 'A writer rs-AheK.lbuqoeique Journal inaKes tbe sl'aicme'at'fbat by the laws of tbe. Mormon church no Mormon can sell land lo a .GenUff and adds: - - '' You have liere ft! spectacle of a man who acqurei iis laud from the go vert men t, hiold- ' ing the same in trust for a churdh at war with our government." an.ls iDsiUutiooa." Secret art op the Istekior, La mar, has directed the 7Cminfssioner ofi PabU'a Jb1s ta give noUeejtp, tbe-J various land offices concerned that Texas" Pacific forfeited lands are open t6etlltrnent aV$2.50?per acre; .'nd to order the -various land officesr: to publish the same in Ihe various local newspapers. It will probably" tie but fewdays now before these "Railroad lands" are formally de clared open for settlement. 1 ' 1 istlRkATioK -fi-oi 5 thoi eaist; an 1 nounce an assignment by Pope, Cole A Col, of 'Baltimore ;'leir liab.li- ' ties'are placed at fiOOO.OOO. 'Their trouble seems to have arisen frorQ their connection with the Old'Do- minion Copper company of' tJlobe. iul -1 ...I-;. T ! " ,,,.,,.: . The company hold an immense lot of copper, which has for the past fevr L months greatly depreciated in value .... 7 -i f i I , ! ' and continues t a low figme; hence the difficulty. Thk 3Iitt4r in making Democratic nomination savsi! ?Nw we come to the' Seci-'etarysh'ip and nominate Hod. Patrick Hamilton, a man f torn the Eirierald Isle, possessing all the qValincations'Mfflt -tbe 'Office with ability and honor.; He is the author of Arizona Resources; an able writer -f.ani fair iprator a .man of ability wherever you take him, and if made Secretary would give satisfaction nnd greatly; please bis countrymen of Atizona, who think their side ol the house is entitled to recognition at tbe hands of the Democratic par ty, because to the-Irish vote Mr. Cleveland is largely indebted for his success in Ihe late campaign." The .Miner s on the correct tack, (his time. THE UOVKItMIKXT'l PONI TIO.V OX THK t EXTKAl, A3IKHICA. aOl'K. Latest news fr.im Washington m.ike the following statements re specting the position of the govern ment on fiE ptleui3s 6fi Ball iisf to ,j " $ i I'if j t S s txtome fsjiptifiie dictator ; pvur Bie i 1 it 11 - ? Hz f --. f J I it CoiiUvii AiTiB-i iCntates. 'J I f I . 4 I 1 - fS i J f ti i. 9 I f I g "The first intimation 're'cefvedTjy the State, Department in-rega ? - i J s J (f?'t'H(l O the revolutionary 'htoverhent i ard to rths t telegraui from Barrios, to the tie - t - - " W i tf J i j S ; rlnrit' 'aiiijifiiiiciug llrtC lie ' linrl l'i esi t i 'as1-' snmedslhe title of supreme military, ; i !? Ti?3f J t 1 l chief, TtnrT'that the minister of fdr-' elan relations would soon .coine to Washington. L4ter dispatches wijre- received, stating that the Republics Sarr:dalvad6r, Nlcaraugna ami Costaf Rica would resist; Barrios, and re- 7 ; -? f :- j ;- 5 t . a v . -. questiug" 5 the 3 "interference --(if5 -tli'e; United States government. A telt. ''tl f Si.'1. .i .J! t.i .. '.'(.ill f miuisler to Central America. report f i 3 ! f t r , , ' a ......... eu umi itiicmias'wfl3 an aouva iar IX to Barrios' movement v Upon this , lh SliUeVl)fp'aTl!Rftt) lent a dBi, patch to Mr. Hall ol Guatemala, ins iml(injbi?ii,vhiiillHUtWritB while believing in i the voluntary as- ociatiiiii- ,ji :ihe iut eresttf it the C'en4 tial American states, would not i t countenance tio IiliiRij OfJfoilcf: ?ky any one or more states to coerce tbe eilherSriudJ UiAt-Ihe "i&niteS foates government . would stand. ready to exert its influence to avert a conflict and piomote peace. Similar mes sages were sent to: the governments of Nicaragua and San Salvador, and verbal a-surances given the minis ter of Co;-!a Rica in respect to his government. No communications hare been received from or sent to the government of Honduras.'' T he Plymculh Consolidated Gold Mining company, of Amador county California, have reduced the cost of milling their ores to 48 cents per ton and the cost of saving and reducing sulpburets to 21 cents pe.- ton. When Arizona" "can "do thTs "she will "be tire' i xfcacsTboufilrTiin lc"wor!d without r-.fL - ' ! rxcepltoi'i". STielias fens ""6 f thouj sands of extensive mines in aim st ,;-it . p fi H T anv; county- io ; tlie ' Territory that would yield a fproflt 5 tinder a Rke economic system .of handling ores, iiji : sTuiLRa is: ".geirei-ai scompla among business men that th y cai leswrf pothiEtol the rtquirenlentoir local hills passed by-thedefnnct leg aisliit6re S The bills'; often bf coiie lawsoif receiving the signature df the Goveinor and of ten concern busl iness yet for several months afleward at ser-ms im..ffstble to heai auyth&k from them or get a copy. Iocal pa pers will always be willing t.6pubj lish such bills if they Wfcsfelurnishi ed either by the 35srtitrirlaij Secre tary or by members" of VbecgiSteeure when Ihe biil.jt'passeil. vi . i W K aj'KiioL A few days since w"e attributed. to it ly mis take an article from tlie .C((teii, ad vising. Tucson -people not to trade wiUi-the Slt River .T8jiej.buf lo go to California for their produce. . VFe regret tliat the errer occurred. But 'why doeffthe Stat; opposeibe M'ari i coya Cojunty railroad ? ' That Is pure ly Maricopa county business and as the peopleranf tt-Tbcy -would not annul llps liilprovjding iiftbe .tuiildkigyl' a rSinjjdly a tolhot if they could have a vote on it -dy -i H s!rikf-8 us. that our article 1 ! . I . 1 ..lllla.lj '! t). 1 f was not so very far out of the way - j j -!t t'i j . as the spirit of optisillon seems ! lo '.-'-- -;--. ' r j v be'wiih the iSiar- though tlie weras, belonged to the Citizen. - .... , jJitEajf Ujiiiks the Herald is "really mad ationt Sblnethlrfg." Now don't you think Mr. Star that tlie rJEKALii. oughtLfd 1 "mad iftbDut something" il it cares a straw about the welfare, pf tli people whose 'in terests it represerts and would pro- tet ? When outsido bewspapers lend themselves to the attempt to injure the business prospects of the. Salt River valley and Phoenix when; they meddle in matters that are none of their; business t'uither than jeal ousy1 four prospects and enterprise would make it their business when they lend their influence to maligna and falsify property owners' inj the . valley and would paralyze if they could the most lital and important' enterprises wluch. are and will be going on.here,;& w'ould seem pretty-' near time some one was getting "mad about something. .When cotempo raries uttend tQi their "own business they will rccefye, the-courteous treat ment comiiig -heir position, and when they poe their noses into othi er people's business they will prob ably receive the" treatment due so contemptable a practice and should not be surprised If kicked out some ' what rudely." " ' 1 Secrktary of War Whitney has made the innovation of giving a Sunday evening diDner. The people of Washington and the east genera K ly condemn the idea and very prop eijy claim that an officer in such a pofeit3," where he will direct to a gi ai x;nt the customs of a conn y i6ul have at least a decent re spcot for the religious opinions ol tbi-Sirge majority of the American people . l oh A somewhat important matter, jolricBliy, will come up to day at Washington and will lest the civil roi v.ic-e- prtOfessions of Cleveland and his cabinet. Tlie appointment of the pHstBiaiir of New York city ex--s ! i - i ' pires to-duy. He has been a most ,spfJiTactory officer to . all p-irties; he carefully abstained from politics jilnrinst tlie campaign : his office has been coiidur.fed on civil seivire re ... rfsini .Di'lncii'Jes longer than any f. 3 I I ? other ea'tablishment in the country. .Lt. feiiiains to bo seen what course the 1 reside leut will pursue. f.$.ff Orovek Ci.evei.ani has decidedly sjji flint his administration will be committed to civil service ru J' V0 doctrines, and a number of his ca'jinet have also declared tbem eejycjj civil service reformers. That doctrine being carried out by the administialion Gov. Tritle will re lain his place nt least till his term expires and probably longer, for it is acknowledged by Democrats and Republicans generally throughout the Territory that the office has never, in the history of the Territory been filled so well nor eon Id it be rilled better by any man. A writer in the Albuqueique Journal gets off the following point, ed remarks concerning Cleveland: "The Democrats will learn more about their leader in the next month than they ever knew. The key note to his character is obstinacy. His TnTcniTdhsl ncTdoubT are"good7"Ciit he has, or he thinks he has, a certain nffnYbor fff irlefiS which lfefihtcrlds to .pMLin-rrtioe-uxspiteabiiiao cratic party. Twecjv millions of western :ecpTe Siajs qiie"ep"esen ta-tive't-tlie - Trfn iJiyf'irhr -ould lik:4tFl'Wirir'iirnntlia t'tlack eye v.n the silver iiicition." - , I ; TrrE' fbfamoris proCPTtiings--of L,, C. Huehc? of'tTbD Tucson'-Stars in his attempt to besthirk'tlie 'fair-name bf Govei hot Tritle; is well" rebuked by ihe e ndorsement of the'Governor in his private and official capacity b all,the k'adin Deocatt!i.mem bcrrdnhelesrife ndj&t enly ' is the Governorndoised-rjbv those gentiehien buttiy thee,fbiss of leaders in the Democratic parfy fn eveTycountyiii'lhe Territory. The Star stultifies itself in the position '.ittaka for 1ittls;bden--btrt;- ' few j!SVi'8r 'sihCf '-it- ftcknowleitged ;and ' spoke of the sterling qwaHtir3of: the OovernoV as an able pfHeia-1 :-? f , TiiE'Sttite of Missouri lifts taken huld nf.ithe,immjgratio.n,,bMsj.Qss in earnest,' act) -wi'M pay he" entire-cost pf. . IcansorUug.. jQe thojtn4 Missouri. Xs ate,;Mj!JUii Sn Mts , Biove ae6 ih iJUj--it tie lieiiif of life colutn'rf ' lor" V-fltiefrfnse and liberalily,..M)ney could not he laid out to better advantage tbaniin just such a scheme, ami Missouri will ere long reap ridi'wiwhs.jin her increase of- wealth and 'busincsss.. Arizona, on ihe other , ihand;, has L - growled and - -kicked at, jibe .imp proposition ,1.0, ap.PQi n.t , a 11 I m m i g j-i- tion'VfirimlPH6n-CT'irt--n-noiii fnal ci.-t. Arizona, above all other sections.' of the Union, npnls umi tiitir snppdiit aJ large pofiulal.Voe, .anil. jhojUf'. ..Jaid -- - i- where i twill .yield"; tlte. very ...lafgest Hiier es4-le.Uii jieopie, of. ih'e.'fcli'ito- i . -' l.r 11. .a ty.ai hi$eH Arizona could affuni to scDd 'i"Iunrr '"well paid luto casllewi4 cities to direct (fiVJ'hiVrtt-.'j itrtni"ra-tlfin-ro thifc-i'erritoW irud fllr.'-pei.ple of this Valley' Couki'anftA; toyihis expenses to have him send purchas-4 ers for our lands ft m one us. I 1 Ten Millions dl'."t4!-r4 They have been countec" and leie aTe ilO'.OOO.OOO voters ia tke -United Stales. ' Think of it 10,000,000 count 'ein .a -ABsomingt the averag'e" voting day to have been ten hours J;t., tba-tWrtH l;,p004)pljpis an iio'u'r dropping Into thd' 'ballot -bbxes t ' sonie th ing '.". IIH e SO.QOPf, poj ling places . - Nearly 17,000 ba1lots:every minute , all .day . long: ...Focnv these JOjOOOjOOO; 1 VO lets ; tn to a " t drii 1 i g4j t prooessioo and what a parade (they would make. March them ' double f fliV witH sfi feet '-Det3er? 'lficii and we sliould have a procession jfrpm New York to San Francisco ' and back to Chicago again I Form them into an army of defense and they wouhUmake -a ...solid wall four men deep from Augusta to haranBah. ?Cfe scent CCy. IZZ ' Tbe Territory, at tiie iirrat . Jh'.x Jilblt Maricopa, t'onoty leraps. : : fit). II biA1.TkntVo.ai 1 1 travU'ng CufeDonrieut hiisiil last "swoopetfl clown" uplSjgTpresctnt city. : nis dJr.!?nairrivg.-w?:. oc- exteid'y&ujkJ.Sitwiiird' in"1rd 'use keepers wi.wbtcli lis nat- u raJ' itu'tl' inbefetit modesty , took alarm asd h ad to be f, dtftfefi bef ore, h ti6nlf comrit' c-W-saiif .oard- ing ho teepcTiiS ? has, .ibweyer woraa;t pruwe aaa -pjieeF.vf At ,iue anTensonable" jNa 40 Royql Sljrr-&$cfvib&z found sonie-jAriona nvSighsJwf rdfhirwlrj4aiidl jlel' ling roo3t(Jenp(ri. No one neeo.tj-leJ ,U VIU. .4vibiiius the E?(post4oiin. aiL-cotiut of ,lew (J'rleftqs eij'ens,e unless they'want1 to jlHat 'crack' hotel wlicr-; ihey . can ipny 4o tliei r .heai i's.'.conl'imt'''. .Th !bei.t''Bjfsteuxft.'tV.."..V'.?:TeM-PB. WonuD'ir Exchange on Buui bon Sii, but so inany people liire'yiVc6vered it; "fliat rlitA- tilri constantly' crcwdf A. I will some time give you-a.com- Imunication'descniiiiig the city cus toms'. ' In the present ' letter I -have more pressing mat ter to being1 before your readers.. Of. pouise, one of the til st plnees visited was the Arizona Exhibit ht the' Exposition.- Here I fo'untj our 'Territor'iWl and County Couiruissioners ,:liave . . succeeded in presenting indoubtedly and . by far (he be st mineral Exhibit in the great show, that" of Mexico not excepted. Thejt iuwe. had however .in some measure to make 'Uiricks. without si raw It seems to us incomprehens l . t") 1 . T 7 1.. . 1 sible how our Presco'tt Legislators should have passed by unheeded the g;overnor,s. . recommendation t - and neglected to appropriate, at Hue least calculation, sufficient Tuhds to 'rc-irnv burse our CommissioBers tbe money 'paid out 6f .pocketl.. . ..ye' .tholusand Ubllar were donated! by" Congress, of whii li one thousand; was held back for purposes of cons' truction leaving only $4000 avails; able for Exhibition purposes. 1 It must be understood " that thia donation was obtained by the Comi missioiiers and for the benefit of tho Territory- Travelling , expenses iou'nd 'Arizona etc., to work up the affair.. 'Packing, re-shipping and freight of the cases from Chicago swallowed up over $3000 aid left but' a f v - & n d i ed s for ill the New Orleans expenses. Our n.cn here yWppipwda k ,Jnitfaih Hhd, spnt rno'lU''f for .the giiod bf the 'TtrritOiy trusting to' the lidnoi1 1 of the legis lature to 're-imburse them.' They have beer byno-ineana t xtravagam but the actual expenses as'yet giving nothina whatever for any salaries aTe'bve? $12000 and" v ill -bei '$2000 more by June. - Towards .this,, the government, gives the. $4000 and the Leeislat pre voted $3,600 for expen ses from January 15, onwards leav ing over $7000 improvided for with out a cent of 'pay - for - any lime or personal expenses, of the workers or for means' Of properly advertising our -resources, -Now this is notright, ought to be remedied.. It would be difficult to overestimate , the benefit that must atxTue to our ' Territory from the'Kx'poqition. People judge of the relative resources of the dif- lereat secloios.' 'iWl'flie; cbuutiy Jroiii their exhib its at this-? world's fair. The" chltff htfut Octd b be reaped.is eotby tlold?'p.Ealern 'States but by the newer We'stein' Tierritories. FortJggJjgnor as. wellas profit, jof Arizona it -was Jeies8;ry' toltnie j a good exhiBft"anu''thfs'lirtsX'ee'u 'done by.:iii'ejarj;fj?ftb6is fiter- prise arid 4aj(l'Of.--uii"CoimiSBic n- jers'IJSk'e.'ii'gVe sv&Ssj$)& g est.the best, and most taslily'ftVrai g- .ed mineral EkniMf JrtlharErmeTtlon nl 1 Ire oini ..t.bitl.., receives .. the Xupst atteution, . as . sooq ..ai yoii enrer the doors of the government buildings you a re confronted by . the. Afiona anh'o'uncclVie'nt , ' Our cas;s and spes imens are RttTflctivc from to disliice and receive the closer inspection j of mosj. gijss.(jrs.b-. IJ. would( surprise anli iX ifiHiir' So liifcitr 4he-' constant 4 tfi HtluaimJn aluii.t i rLT . 1' trr i t n V . and the nunrbwof persons who wish and areTesol-ved to- mke il tiweir per manent home. - We 'ought to- have Hon. Pal.-HamiUoh's book, broken ugjlpto'jginjpli.iets - and distributed liere by the thousand or - the whole work sold at a cheap rate. No better op poi tnnity lor advertising our re-; sq.mces, and ju viting capital to '(lev velopTliem TfbuW pussible'bo Drest entcd than ii given here. And this l omqgs me jo; at"9tMore immeaiai- j- ely5 J conceruiBg Maricopa :- and to Kbiah special .attention. The feature of our show which exites most surprise' is, that of the fruits, cotton and grain from Phoenix. le are astonished to hear of our agricultural capabilities and tbe immigration Tesuliiiag from this ex hibit will probably tend mo large ly in that direction. TtSterjvj-iJri as --peniied a Phoenix article for the New Orleans Timet 'D(mocra(, specially calling attention to Maricopa. ' " Our agricultural and pomological iiDecimens are-ezceedipgly good and !attrflotiTej !ut they noed multiplying ten fold.j .We have two bales of cot ton and eight big sacks thereof, twen-ty-seveti' to thirty "cans of fruit, some ol Cox 'ahoney with sugar canca and wheat In straw;, two bushels each of i weet and Iri'in ' potatoes and lema theiiVifetWj&tJjifOftiteel you can find . aceouimjssferflon, good k pur Phoenix tne td make up at once sonie more cases our orouuee anu senu uu uere wit th'ouY delay . Send us some more fiuits, honey, grain , vegetables some uit trees showiug our marvelous ytur's jjrbwtb'; send as niany archae ogical curiosities as can be collec t ted and let us dlsplny Ihem. The'cost of 'tiHiisportation is noth'- and ihe fiK-( cost i- nearly r.o'th- iiir. while rio'tette'r inve'stirie'ht could dossibly be rna3c. California and oiher states and terS tofles'are constantly addinij'to" their ek'lnL'its.'"'!Let" Arizona be' alive to Her'oWn interests and shov. ..lore' of bier' productions .' Three montl of ie Exposition are yet to elapse and excursionists from all over the Union ifi he coming all the tlmel our meil' an tliegriiund will do their best' But' material must be supplied from hofn'e.' oiiie'people ' (tenderfoot's of course) imagine that Arizona is "indeed fin' .rid zoue consisting or uoilgnt DQt otlk's' and 'cacti .'" -tVe Viint" to' con 'luce U.ein to "tiie cbhirVry : 'and tte. pah'"d6 it if oar friends 'f ving' in tne jai'deii Valley "will on IV' respond 't6 jour appeal. . - 'Plii's 1et'erFbeiiig written for the' BteresV of" Phoenix ' is sufficiehf iii'poidg'y for" "its ' t xeinsive 'dealttf' with Territoi ial topics. We will try and "liiake bur' liext' communication mnrp irpnprtil nnil ensinnn'ol it ri 'tfr - t.-. 1 CR1BO trail iter Than Pietton. (' The head of one of the -oldest1 and most "respectable families in Missouri died sevcrabyears-ago leaving prop erty ! In" real estate and business -investments' -valued at $492,000 to hi daughter, aged ' IT years She was tho last and youngest of a faintly -of seven children, and " her father was '"the last man of his ' race,'' as he used to sav.-- He died "while she was ttendin cnoo. ,, ;Bogon. ... Her O guardian, Louis Roche, was a Freach man of somcwhut doubtful character,- llKiughflier -father had th ut most confidence in him, Roche, in fact, had lcanaged .the- old uvaa's business tor hint for several years- before his death. ; The will gave' $10,000 to the Frenchman, landitbei rest of the property to the daughter.' Rouche induced the young woman to marry him before she was.18 years old i Two years afterwards the propei ty was sold and Roche went - to Europe.-- l ncy s-'.nua iz. Lyons near his- ancestral home, audi soon-after their arrivai a danghteij was born lo them. - Six other child- ren were afterward- born- to them lu i.iiciii s.. .Fouj childrcri four sons and two daughters years ago the last of the c died, and Roche, tiring of his. wiis induced her to convey all- her props erty to him, and then cut her throat and threw ht r into the- Seiue. She wasi-rescued by a peasant and Uif wounds dressed , but she-had lost her memory; had even forgotten -he name . The peasant-fell in : love w Uh her nnd they ; were -marnied. .,Laat summer she had cholera and' came near dying. -With returning health she regained- her meraorj. .fThje peasant interested wealthy people in, her euse and an ac lion was begun in, the courts- Against R .che. iShc is now in Missouri- - in - seorcb.df wituesses to aid her in recovering her property. Her husband's brutal, treatntest will cost him ..his liberty for several years. A decree of di vorce will be granted her on her re turn to France and she will then legalize her marriage with the peasant, who is said to be an esti ii.aWtl and intelligent man. Several people. f-reu New England .will ac- cbm-pany Mrs. Roche on her, return toFrnoe-' , -, ) - i ; . t .j... . . - j :o ... ..... 1 The PhoenLt. HERALD .complains that,Govh', aCqa.. was .not re-ap-jpokatel.asuie M lhf .. Piy son . Cpjn miswn(iWiuiJ,!jrt;ou:ttrsatioli. with .Govenrjur.iTroilBib'-day it was, learn-' iCtLlbM Uij;easoii,Jtor...ii8 not being .appointed. itain arose, .not from, ,any personal jObjections, to him but frfm aidcsire to .distribute appointments as much as possible in Ihe different counties., i .As Phoenix had already been ...represented in the malter-;of. appointments, he decided to give the appointment to Mr! Hiibbard.'very justly arguing(that at least oneicd the commissioners should reside ; iu Vum,a. Joyrnid. '" j j, . Absolutely Pure. This powder never vanes. A marvel o treogth. parity and whoh lomenate More economical than the ordinary kinds and cannot be s.ild in competition with the muititude of low teat, short weight alumorphoBphaiepuwd.ru, Sold only in MKOTAL BAKING POWDKB CO., yl'wps, io Wall Bt..Nw Tk " ( j I tl-. , t.l;. . olji it o I ? ;..l ifS" -I 1.. fr.pi 3-.,i Iiiif" u -.1 i . ... .. . .. ... - ; , . i -. i ! - :.-.! i. , .. .3 ,!,. j . , i , fbfthwest WASHicfdsy 1 est, Finest arid STAPLE AND FANCY GROGERIES -; - best i'Issorx '-;"; '': Goldberg's !G ash Store; ,7yh.je.faie anr -l.'rl Shingles, Doors, Sash, FIRST-CASS BUILDINC MATERIAL - r... ... .: rMtJiea.w liable. Mates, .-,,.. ...... ., ,'. Lurhher Yal-tf Cqhrier; Adarnls A Montezuma Streeij O ne Block North : of the Plazas i.s i I V !t . . .PRODUCER i Vineyard, Osi.iiAits.NQ I)iSTli.iiBi;, , . , . STj HELENA, ,NAE A, .COUNTY, ; CALIFORNIA i - - ' -.- (.-. . 7" ' ' 1 1 ,-., ,j ,. Seal .orders to CHARLES KRUG, St. llalena. Or J..J.ICIvINSON, i;raveibag Ageht ' '' J -'-' .. . ., ..No.,5, Hydci St.; Sun Francisco.-1' 1 -y ' ' ' ' I -V "" --' - !.- .I--". !,..,-... -,, ' -;.ili-- ,. .1 . , ., . ,i 1 mm : ... . t ....... .... .. .,; ; ra i- - T x& -,. 4 - Zf'Trv ' ' c?'" -: ' 'tr3"' i 'f "' ", CECOICE KenfuqK SPECIALTY.,;, JOS. TH A KM El Get your Printjng '- !- t'.-l .,. .5ib... ia. , , - J ol lr aid Office. " Prices. ,.i. AqWkCt o 'ruir 1 ; I " S h u . iii t. s' I V: BANK 0F,A.8Z,0M b.l, , . .... . , ,i Kales & Lewis: BANKERSv 1 XT hcknix, ..V-tz,?t;. . -CORRESPONDENTS-. ..,(.- i, ...,; .... rhe Bank of alifornii. San France c . " '' . ! - ' -J Messrs., Laid law & Co, New jfork w ILL PURCHASE OR AD-1 vance u gold and silver Bui- lion, County, .bonds and warrants, Discount commercial paper, recievc deposits repayable 01, demand, un dertakc collections and transact a . -OisiaiL Bank-no Business -;-- BrOesbol.ttem i..t4 . VilU'tl .1-1. ll.MBI, V-'t I 4S t "' ' .....l-i.li. ...1. - l-i.!..ti . -.J -r: .- ft pi ! itt tioltilnttttt -titt iA i GHlfJDISE, rrer of Plaa, srr;,r phoenix S 1 ...flU. .... : '."Cheapest Stockl'.'".':. , PctailDeaJfir.Uhji, f t t.n .Blinds, Mouldings, 7 .,rll Ol. .. . 4r- s f 3 T M BRy Proprietor. "fv: i - Ju"f - . u.l I Done at the Her , - . ( Reasoha bl.- This Valley ! PHOENiX --- - ARIZONA. CAPITAL - - $50,000 M II-.HKliMAN r - . President . . . , ... .Cashier ... . . A. Cashier ,Wm. Christy.,. . E. j. Bennett. . directors: ,AK II. Shermam. Sam'i. A. Mbnirat AVM. t 'HMMTV, . .. E . J. I5KNKTT ,i , Gov iBenbktt.i . . i , j Ueeei v'c deposits', utke collections buy and sell - exchange, .discount commercial paper and dp a general banking business. - ... MrOfflc boon, from Hi ta. U 4 p, tk. and AND GIGARS a a - t Must, shall and' Will be "sold2 "' '-' - i-ii i- .-- t, j.r it .juin. tt.i wr .costtI' These are facts ! '! ...... ,. ..... . j ,. j '-'" :'"J ' ntnvt'. u ,-'.' 1 - ..... 1" -' -f'- M t., l,.?f j --. . -. ,. ..... .. ... '" " ' " - :- ' : ' . ... . ''.r.''!: Hats,' Caps, Etc-V-Etcl VC-"i''' loIlMi:i;ili enxlas tttWhere ,Y6ij i Pan Find a ,v Full Lineiof Everythiner:ii TERMS CASH. j :!l. ...i R. B. TODIK Poprietor, , j T O D Wahiritort Stretf A Large: and; Varied Stock of TJew - Goods Just Received. -1 Onlv supply of 'fine Stationery, filarik Books, Ledgers; etc., m the city. KlegantToilet materials of all wholesale and retail, ... , .: t. ! '." Perfectly P u re W ines and W h iskies for Medicinal PurQOses. PRESCOTT. AND ' '' ! ' ' " - ; Wholesale and 5a .! , . i - Tinware, Granite ' I'UM PS, PIPEFITTINOS Ud ... .. ;..-.... j "' i'fe;.Apt Wmlls.;;;; ! JalM and; Repsdrmg' Prcxptly"; --' East "Washinirtori Street, W. W. VICUS, Business Managei i..,,r ...i t.n ii 4 i.. HOLSTKl2sT '"" 'L itt ii" liiiilyiiT ' tj n Impprtinj?: Stationers i- i . ..-..1 -...' and' .'.. " " ' !" - Mercantile Job Printers, Lithograohers AND - BLANK BOOK ,' HAlTUFACTtrRERS , , . ; 215, 217. and il9 BUSH STREET SAN rRANC'iSCO. ' I Come and-see. HO CREDIT. . O.L.E8CHMAN, Manager. D Phoenix, Arizona. - kinds. - . Finest,, brands qfCigara 'PRCFNIX .-l. : .1 ; i , Retail Dealer in . " "'ti' ' and Agate Ware Vv'INDMILI.K'A1 SPEPl "" ; . -.- ; . -. .",A.'r near Phoenli Hotel F CaITI E ! A few cliniee Reiristi-red llerd l'.oi.k Aniuials of tin's V-'eed for sate at re.TfOnabh priee,. .. . Jersey's foi4 Family Use ALSO TIIOHor'oiIBKEl)' Krrknhlrr A Fulamt .-hBa I'ia;. Houilry. nil A'irlrti.ii. Adttrt 18, ' -- --- w WM. MLES Lo nglet, tl. - '' '"