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I THE HERALD.
H. A. Marford, Editor and Proprietor. V.HATKS Or SUBSCKIPTIOF : DAII.T MUtD. Single Copy lOclt BIX Montr.. ,.... 5.WJ un year 10.00 W1BKLT HCB4.1D. ' Three Months..". $!-25 ix Months . Uit Yer In AJTance Swe on tliue. .......... 5-0" AriI.T T TBI OrFICK FOB ADTMTIB1KB akd Jon Rates. Tula paper on file at all th Principal Newspaper Agencies In San Francisco nd Eastern Oitios . t3PNo agent, employe or other person authorized to contract bill on account oriels paper, except on written order ol the proprietor. Population of rhoenix. 4,000 Thnnday March , lHi Marion for Ten itorial Secretary? Well worse tilings might happen to ns but not many. The Covkibu seems te have coi. tracted a column. Got poor covers ins the load of coin it made out of the legislature. THECounty court business is tome thing like a fifih wheel to a wagon, neither ornamental nor useful and teiribly expensive. Charlie Beach is contemplating a trip to Washington atter the man . . J" ,I UA o le annoinied har or com- i E of Tombstone, is coming home from Washington. Has he got the gubernatorial appointment in his pocket so early as this Perhaps he has got a flea in his ear. Mr. N. Ellis whose name has been favorably mentioned for the guber natonal chair when Gev.Trl tie's time has expired, lias very gracefully given his friends to understand that he does not want the office through an article'in the Miner. Washington information is to the effect that large "numbers of would be office holders are returning home from their little wild goose eh use to the Capital City disgusted and dis heartened with their ill success. They have doubtless discovered that Urrcuc.u...fi... c in the United fstates governmental affairs than their little wants and petty affairs. The Yuma Republican says that the $10,000 leyee provided for by the legislature can be built to answer all practical purposes for 500 and further concludes that it would be unj'JBt to tax three fourths of the county for the protection ol one fourth. The Itgislature doubtless labored under a common opinion that the county of Yuma lay inside the boundaries of the 9itm of that - name. If the light of the Tucson papers is against fraud and extravagance as the Star says it is, why don't they take up a few more Pima count statesmen, those who got away with the swag by squeezing it out of the printers of Prescott if they could get it no other way. They make a scape goat out of Stevens because he voted against the cipital and have turned attention in bis direction while the swag rests quietly in other pockets- One of the very best laws ever passed by a Territorial Legislature was passed by the late distingi6ued, amidst all the toimoil and trickery . thiough which it is reputed to have passed. It is a humane and a Chris tian law for the lelief of unprotec- -fr"iildrcn and those not properly Ji by inhuman pareuts and those -rfT ani tiAini, hmiloVit 11 n in houses l of ill fame. The sooner that law Vcan he Dut into active execution tbc r J setter. Thi Tucson Star sajs the fight of the Tucson people is not against this ralley. No one ever thought there there was a fight against the valley by the people of Tucson ; it comes from a couple of journals published in Tucson that hope to receive, if . I, .... l.nUA nf olrnnilv rAo!vpr1 tllPlf 11U J 4IUTC uw.ivuuj ...... ..... reward from a clique that are fight- lng the valley from a purely selfish and and corrupt motive, and it is . from this crowd that those journals have got their que. That citizen's committer to "div iso ways and means' to keep Mari copa county down has begin to com' prehend the animus of the parties that originated the idea and the mo lives which stimulated the editorials of the Citizen and Star, and all the respectable gentlemen whose names were connected with it are withdraw ing. L. C. Hughes will be left as its chairman while the body of the thing, the creation of his own sens itive liver, wi'l have dwindled to F-iill tiie Tucson pi ess the Tail' trigs and Index retain their good sense. The Tailing in a very Bens Bible article argues the situation from its stand point but of course when it gats onto our railroad mat ters it gets oil its own base a little; but then we suppose the Taiilnyt feels touchy on railroad matters anyway. So fai as its criticisms oil the asylum bill are concerned there is something more in them. How ever there is room for a wide differ ence of opinion in this matter and Herald happens to be among those who believe that the true economy of the business is to have a tuilding at once that will las! for years to come; besides the sum of $30,000 uameil by the Tailings would give the number of insane now belonging to the Territory very cramped quars lers and entail the necessity of ans other appropriation and : another siege of building within the next two or three years. The appropria tion which lias been made will put up an excellent building and one that will last fur many years to come fo far as ! he- size is concerned, should theie not come to the surface too many ctlilois such as some of the Tucson journals have lately brought to the surface. The Tuccon Citizen which now edits nine out of ten colums of read ing ma'ter with a saw, has conclud ed to sit down on Maricopa county hard. In Saturday's issue it bcliti ties the county and the valley i It talks of "a few sections of agricultu ral land" in this valley in a wuy that very pointedly betrays the stupid ig norance of the writer or vicioup, im becile jealousy, and that is the sum and substance of its colt.mn of tirade. Of course the people of the valley might a? well begin to migrate now that the ancient maiden has set her face against u?. We can expect to see therass turn brown in a few days and the water in the river dry up completely. Oh, ancient, poor, old lady, won't you give 11s a lock of your hair before we go? Marion, editor of the Courier who thinks he is the most eminent Demo crat ot them all on the road for the secretaryship says: "Pat. Hamilton hasn't the ghost of a show to be sec retary we pass him" etc. Now the Hon. Pat. Hamilton has more true democracy in his little finger than there is all over Marion. Hamilton is a Democrat from principle and dont live on his politic. Marion is a Tleniocrat from policy and makes his money out of his party. Which mac would the peopic of the Ter ritory rather have as Secretary ? frightful Accident. A most remarkable and frightful accident occurred at Stoddard's camp, on copper, mountain noove Gillette, a few days since, as we learn from Maj Ingalls who stopped there on his way down from Prescott. A Mr. Brown, who was at work in the camp en a shaft which has no' leached a depth of 150 fec-t, wishing to go down . to the bottom of the hliaft, arranged the hoisting machin eiy, as he thought, so as to gradually low er him . Getting into the tub he no sooner swung over the shaft than to his borrow he began the descent with the speed of lightening; the machinery had in some manner given away at the moment he beenn the descent and an instant wauld dash him to pieces at the bottom of the i-haft amODg rhc rocks, for like a flash he went to the bottom, bucket and all. He didn't dash though. He is a tough old miner and don't mind little tumbles of 150 feet or so down dark shafts. He has gotten used to it, and thirty minutes later was walking about the camp, not exactly as well as ever, for rocks and tubs and things arc harder than the average muscle and bone, though they probably got the worse of that racket for they are yet in the bottom of the shaft. Seriously Mr. Brown escaped, miraculous as it may seem, with a few severe bruises, a back somewhat strained . and being knocked senseless for a short time. His compainions' thought him dashed to atoms and went about getting him out. He shortly recov' ered sensibility and doubtless to his own astonishment, certainly to the astonishment of everybody else, he waked, up in the same world he started from, and soon found that he was not killed at all, that he had not even a broken bone and that at dinner lime he could eat as much bacon and beans as the next fellow Mr. Brown attributes his remarka ble escape te the fact that he retained his presence of mind when he found himself going and instantly raised himself from the bottom of the buck et bv placing bis hands upon the edges, and thus swinging the musclss of his . arms served to deaden the blow when the bottom was struck Mr. Brown is again at work about the camp. J. L. Fisher brought in yesterday from the Lynx Creek Hydraulic Works $1,200 in gold amalgum, the result of a sixty hours mn. The wa ter supply a3 yet is sufficient to ins suro a steady run for many days to come and the future yield of these rich and mammoth diggings will res suit more profitably thon has char acterized them in any former year Miner Those of our dealers and ranchers who have been able to hold their crops until now are realizing hand some prices and will probably see a further rise. WASHINGTON WEEPS. The Senate "Wants to go Home' and Will Adjourn About the First of March. But a Few Appointments Being Made By the President,; Female Clerks Misappearlag Front the 1epartmiemt8. Brnnettea vs. Hlonflea. From our Special Correspondent. Washington, March 19, 1885. Ed. Herald: Since my last letter to the Herald Washington has had time to get her breath freely after the rush consequent on Inauguration and now the situation is more clear ly appreheuded. The new administration is a source of continued surprise to the Repub lican senators. So few nominations have been sent in by President Clevelaud for confirmation that the dignified and easy-going legislators are actually weary of doing nothing and wish to go home. Hence it is about decided that a final adjourn ment will lie taken by the last of this month, The Republicans no less than the Democrats expected that at least 200 nominations would be passed upon during the extra ses sion, and, while the former, are as tonished, the latter arc dissatisfied at the small number of changes made in the lucrative offices. Both alike desired the credit of confirms ing a great number of new officers but will end their labors with a feel ing of but little accomplished. "However, it will make no differ encc," said a Democratic senator to day, "the rush of appointments will not cccur until we adjourn and the list of new office holders will swell rapidly during the eight months which will intervene before the next session of Congress.'' The host of new appointees during the recess will be inducted to office without opposition and the senate can con firm Ilium next December in the us ual course of business. The hosts of office seekers, who remained here after the inauguration are disappearing rapidly, it being found that the new administration is determined to take things easy in making changes in office. The 5,000 applicants who have recently visited Washington are returning home sad eyed aud more or less disheartened. the party managers have decided that all Republicans must go, but President Cleveland dictates the or der of going, and, under the circum stances four years will be required Ho make a clean sweep. The discovery has been made that the number of female clerks employ ed in the departments has largely decreased during the past as com pared with previous years. I his is attributed seme say, to the working of the civil service law. The Bureau Chiefs, when called upen to decide between a male and female appli. cant, invanab'.y prefr the man, and so it happens the number of female clerks is diminishing. This is an effect certainly not anticipated by the author of the law. But it is possibly not tbe law that is so much to blame as the administration of it. What sort of men are these Bureau Chiefs that ihey should "invariably" prefer male to female clerks? But this is not the whole of tbe disheart ening story. When it comes to a decision between female applicants, the chiefs favor the brunettes at the expense of the blondes. The excuse given for this is that the blondes are too quick tempered and do not make as efficient clerks as the brunettes. This has driven the blondes to des perate and dark devices. An inci dent is given of a lady recently ap pointed to a position in the Treas ury Department, who during the trying ordeal preceding her appoint ment, disguised herself in a dark wig, only showed in her true colors as a blonde of the blondes where her position was made sure and sec cure , TELECRAPHIC. A COPPER SUIT. Baltimore, March 24 The Ari zona Copper company, of Edinburg, Scotland, has sued out two replevins in the United States circuit court for a receiver for the possession of cops per, valued at $13,300. The plain tiffs, owners of the mine3 in Arizos na, shipped crude copper to Pope, Cole fc Co., ami leplrvins to recover possession of the copper consequent upon the failure of that firm. The United States Marshal seizPd the copper. the hoomeks. Coffeyville, Match 24 The boomers are gathering from various points at Coffeyville, and leaving in squads as fast as they arrived for Oklahoma. A number of teames arrived to-day and will probably leave on Monday . The Coffeyville colony has a number of detachments now in ( klahoma, and a number on the road, notwithstanding the president's proclamation. A special to the Arkansas City Times says the intelligence that the Coffeyville col onists have crossed the line and entered the Territory occasioned considerable excitement there. While the troops are engaged in keeping out the Couch boomers ens camped there they are going in at other points, and if the movement continues it will be necessary for the troops to march to Oklahoma and remove them. Freighters report a number of them settled along the Canadian river in tents and dugouts. Captain Dewees with five compa nies will reach that vicinity within a week and turn back the parly. General Hatch is here, and If he finds ii necessary to send forward the troops stationed at this point they will he replaced by six compa nies from Fort Leavenwoi t.h heavy suit. St Louis, March 25. C. M. Mof fat receiver of the Harrison Wire Works Co., ef this city brought suit to-day in the circuit court against the ex-President of the company, Thomas W. Fitch, for the recovery of $10273, alieged to have been overdrawn by him while he had j charge of the works, from 1878 to 1883. No criminality Is charged, and the attorneys of the plaintiff state that the suit is purely civil and simply to recover the money drawn by Mr. Fitch, presumably with the knowledge of the directors. Mr. Fitch was formerly a lieutenant in the United States Navy, and is a son-inslaw of General Sherman. Several other suits against promi nent citizens, it is said will follow thts. FREIGHT rates. Denneh, March 24. The trans continental railway association meeting on the 21st unanimously agreed that tbe rates of freight on all traffic to and from all points in California, Washington Territory, and all points cast of the 97th me ridian, be sestored to the tariffs of March, 1884. The agreemennt goes into effect on the 20th instant, and it is to be strictly maintained there after. The percentages awarded by Arbitrator Tucker will govern in fu ture. All roads Interested, includ ing the Southern Pacific, and the Union Pacific agreeing thereto. The meeting is entirely harmonios. A commissioner will probably be elec ted Monday, to which time the meeting adjourned. miners in convention. Pittsburg, March 24: The rail road ton miueis convention here to day was largely attended. Reports from delegates are very encouraging to the strikers. Of thirty-seven pits along the railroad twenty-two are closed on account of the strike. To day ends the second week of the strike and it Is no nearer settlement than when commenced . Ten thou sand men arc idle and it is estimated that ihey have already lost in wages a hundred thousand dollars. Coal is getting scarcer every day and a number of manufacturers are com pelled to close for want of fuel. convicts escape St. Louis, March 24 A Houston special to the Post Disrstch says: Capt. Hutchinson, of this city, the owner of a large rauch, has just re ceived private advices from his fore man of an attempt of six white con victs to escape early this morning. Two men were shot down by the guards, four escaped. Bloodhounds have been started in pursuit. scarnz. San Francisco," March 23. The New York Sun says: It is rumored that Carl Schurz will aiu-ceid Pear son in the New York post office. steamer sunk . London, March 23. The British steamer Uhouddah was sunk in the British channel by collision with the British steamer Brooklyn City from New York. GOLD IN MONTANA Helena, March 23. To-morrow morning the Independent will eon tain a full account of the new gold find. We extract the following: "The discovery was made on the old Black Foot road, about four miles from Helena. Six mines are in the course of development, and stakes are being set for five miles around. The ore has pioven so rich that it is taken from the mines in sacks and shipped without being put through any process. The country is alive with people. Within the last few days some veiy promising claims have beca located within the city limits of Helena. " condition or general grant. New Yoke, March 23. General Grant went to sleep between 10:30 and 11 last night and res'.cri uneasily. he slept at intervals until after mid night when he got up and walked about his ro-xu anil library. When the general arose this morning he lock some liquid food in his room. railroad racket. Chicago, March 23 S. R. Calla way, general manager of the Union Pacific road, says that be has been officially notified by the Central Pa cific road that the latter will charge thn' Unifn Pacific local rales from Ogden on all through business. The Central Pacific:, be claims, has taken this course to defeat, if possible, the recent reduction in rates from Chi cago to the Pacific coast, ordered by the executive committee of the Trans-Continental Association. It has been officially announced here that the Central Pacific road has agreed to join the Union Pacific in withdrawing the subsidy of $95 000 per montl from the Pacific Mall Stermshlp companp. A Chinese doctor at Victoria is said to lose very few patients. "It i3 suspected that the almond-eyed fraud never gives any medicine. The local heathen Chinee rather more than holds his own in some respects, and many of the children of the better class f mongolians have attended scho. 1 for some pur pose, despite the social restriction law under which they labor. The other day a California street matron, just returned from a three years' tour abroad, advertised for a first-class cook, whereupon nn intelligent pig tail aplied for the position. "Whtee you namee, John?"ask the lady in that peculiar baby talk sup posed to be adapted for infants and other foreigners. 'Wan Lee." "You sabe loust tltirklee, Wan?" lisped the lady. The Chineman knit his bmws and shook his head. "Oh! dear me!" said the tourist to her imported maid, in what is known heie as Mills Seminary and abroad as restaurant French ; "what am I to do? I cant make him understand." "It is veiy infortunate' ' said tie Chinaman, reflectively "I see you don't speak French very well, and besides that Chinese and English are the only languages I know." He was not engaged. 9jh Fran eUce Pert. ARIZONA. The Land of Sunshine And Silver. A Talk, with IT. . Coniinisioner Murphy About the Attrac tioiiM or the Arizona. Col. Frank M. Murphy, the United States Commissioner from Arizona, was found yesterday afternoon busi ly engaged making up a catalogue of the ten thousand or more speci mens and samples ot Arizona pro ducts, which embrace not only every valuable mineral known to the Northern Hemisphere, but all the agricultural products grown in the Southwest. Moreover the ex hibit contains oranges and lemons, figs, olives and all semi tropical fruits. "Tell me. Colonel, what induce ments Arizoua has to offer to immi grants," asked the Slates man. "Well, we have unoccupied GRAZING LANDS capable of feeding and keeping fat all the year round millions of heads of cattle. I do not mean lands that will j-et be made available for pas' turagc by irilgalion and artesian wells, but such as are already WELL WATERED, and which are now ready for occu pation by any one who may come and occupy them." "We have hundreds i f thousands of acres," continued the Colonel, "of THE FINEST AGHICULTUKAL LAND in llie world, capable of growing cotton, sugarcane aud all the cereals, fruits and vegetables. These lands can be purchased, unimproved, with water right sufficient for all irrigat ing purposes, at from $5 to $10 per acre. The improved lauds sell for from $15 to $25 per acre. This is identically the same land that in Los Angeles sells for upwards of $100 an acre. OUK LUMBER INTERESTS are quite extensive, timber being very plentiful. A single mill on the Atlantic and Pacific tail road turns out 100,000 feet a day ." "Where do you ship your lumber?" 1 'To Southern California; coming into successful competition with the entire Pacific slope; and also to New Ntxico and old Mexico. In fact most of the ties for the Mexican Central railroad came from Arizona,' "I am told you have LARGE DEPOSITS OF COAL on seme of ihe Indian reservation in Arizona?" "Yes, and it will soon be mad available. '1 wo railroads will at an early day i pen up our coal fields one connecting with the ATLANTIC AXD PACI FIC iailroail 8i:d the oiher one connects ing with the Southern Pacific by the way of Pnoenix," " iiHi d: you think about cotton growing in Arizona?" "Ae you have seen, we have some fii e samples of cotton here in OU Display. u renin Sj-s. an open qiles tion, howtycr, whether or not ou lands can be used to better advant age lhun producing the fieecy staple. "Are iiiorl of ilifi people of Arizo na prospering ?" "Yes, they are al I doiii;. Well. W are getting our full share of WESTERN IMMIGRATION, and I am daily li-ceiving advice3 as to the successful development and increased buliinit output of the va rious mines of tuc Territory. W have hundreds of thousands of tons of ore already on the (lumps await ing the arrival of railroads so as to get the benefit of reduced transporta tion. In Arizona ore that will not run upward of f oO a ton is not worked -" "How about your copper interest?" "I think thai Arizona bus caused the break in the price of copper, and I think iie time is not far dis tant when ihi- famous Calumet and llecla copper mines of Lake ;-upe-rior will have to ti.ke a back iseat.' When tin- World's Exposition was first renounced the GOVERNOR OK ARIZONA sent Col. Murphy's name to President Arthur as United Slates Commission er for Arizona. He accepted the appointment because he was deeply inleieMed in the welfare of bis Ter ritory, and at once set about se curing the services of REPRESENTATIVE MEN to co-operate with him in getting up a creditable collective exhibit. The Daily Slates has heretofore laken occasion to refer In detail to the iin.gniiicent collection of miu eials and agiicultural products that go lo make op ihe Arizona exhibit. "Before ou g', a word about our Governor," said Col. Murphy. OOVEHNOl: F. A. TKITI.K, the man whom is due a threat deal of cre dit for this display if Arizona's he having devol. d lo H is woik his most eaircs; nergies, at all times urging the importance of having A ri .on a VIE WITH OTHER STATES aud Teiri tories at Ihe- World's Fair. "The present piosperous condi tion of affairs in our Territory," Col. Murphy continued, "is due in a great measure to Gov. Trille's efforts. He was one of the first nu n lo open the celebrated Comstock mine in Neva da, and is thoroughly familiar with he wauts and requircmen Is of new countiy. - He has succeeded in se curing for the Territory that degree of consideration at t ashiDgton city to w hich it was justly entitled, there by effecting results that have inured to the unspeakable benefit of the entire Territory." Sunday y. O' StaUs Cltrk "What is it you want?" Little girl 'I want a j air of stock ings." 'For yourself?" t "Yes sir." "Well, here is a paii I think will fit you. 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Farming Lands.Orchard Lands.Vine yard Lands and Grazing Lands Sought, Sol ni on Commission City Property Bought, Sold, Leased, and Rents Collected. ZW TERMS EASY. We offer to-day the following desir able pieces of property: O f ACRES, six miles from Phoe OOVJ nix, pood buildings, crrrale, water rights; title, government patent, farming tools, including header and one half interest in prowing crop Price, p.noo. Te'siir- easy 4 f ACRES of land one mile from f Phoenix; title, government pat ent: 2,000 fru:t trees on it, 700 in bearing for two vears. small adobe house, water, etc. Price, $4,200. A splendid bargain, 5 ACRES of iand joining city of Phoe nix on the southwest. Price, $1,000. Valuable property. Trvrpo 1 and 3, block 18, in City of jt JL lO Phoenix; Centrally locat ed, inclosed with picket fence, box house, water and fruit trees. Price, $1,200; part cash. T "VT l T r PROPERTY and IrLx.lX L tl 'own lots at Tem po and property under Arizoua Canal. 1 ACRHS ADJOINING THE CITY O on the south ; 4,000 grape vines, nearly all bore fruit last year ; good house ; 100 fruit trees; well stocked carp pond; must be sold at once at a sacrifice; price, 4,suu. rf-w ACRES of land under the AH Vr-ona Canal, take by Desert-act, x:i cents per acre paia Daiance to run uutu Mav 18. 18Mi: i0 acres cleared, beet ot sandy land: small box house. Price $Si ChSll. f f ACRES lailroad land four miles Cjtrom Phoenix. Hog tight fence all aronng and acioss it; improvement cost gSOd. Price $1.0cKl; half cash. SODA WATER Jlliiei al Water, Npaiklluc M ines AND ALL C A H U U AT K II B 1. 1 KK A U KH, Apparatus, Mttte-tials, aim Accessories lor Mauufacturiug, Dispensing and Mot tling with full instructions. Catalogue Sen on Application. The FirmofJOH JIATTMKWS First Ave. 26 and 27th streets, New York Oct9tw6m C. A. LEFFIE, Merchant Tailor Otero Block, Cortez St., Phoenix. 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By an overwhelming popular vote its franchise was made a part of the present State Constitution adopted December 2d, A. D., 187M. The only Lottery ever voted on and en doreed by the people of any State. It never scales or postpones. ItsUraod Kinjtle X limber lraw inSH take place monthly A frH4MII OPPOKTIXI. TT.WKA FOHl'l'XB. FOURTH GRAND DRAWING, CLASS f. IN THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC. NEW ORLEANS, TUESDAY, April 14, 185 171M11 Monthly Drawing. Capital Prize S75.000 lOO.OOW Tickets at Five ltollart Each, fraction, in PifthM in proportion. LIST OF PRIZES. 1 CAPITAL PRIZE .. $75,000 .. 25,000 . . 10.000 . . 12.000 . . 10.000 .. 10.000 .. 10.000 . . 20.0CD .. 20.000 .. 25.0(0 . . 25.000 1 do do do do 2 "FRIZES OF ti000 5 do 2000 . 10 do 1OU0 20 do BOO 100 do 200 300 do 100 500 do SO 1000 do 25 APPROXIMATION PRIZES. 9 Approximation Prizes of $750. do do 500. do do 250. 6.750 4.500 2,250 1967 Prizes, amounting to 5.500 Application for rates to clubs should be made only to the office of the Company in New Orleans. For further information write clearly, giving full address. POST I. XO I'M, Money Orders, Express or New York Ex change in ordinary letter. Currency by Express (all sums of $5 and upwards at our expense.! addressed 31. A. UAIFHIX, Xtw Orleans, Ia. or M. A. DAUPHIN. 607 Seventh St., Washington; D. C. Make P. O. Money Orders payable and addressed rtegistereu ljetters to NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK, W8-wk-4t; New Orleans, La. Young Bulls por Sale. EXCELLENT STOCK of fine young bnlls for sale. Inquire of Jndge C. A. Tweed or T. Mem, ar. Tweed's ranch. Wholesale & Retail Agents ron THE Mechanical Razor, Patuwei. Constructed upon wa entirely new plan, with this razor yon can shave yourself at any time, even when traveling, in tbe light or in the dark, without any paine aud Impossible to cut yourself,. Send $1.00 Greenback for Sample, with which thonsands ol dollars worm of orders can be taken wad make from $5 to $30 per day Address, ACENCE AMERICAN, 18, Hue de la Fidelite, Paris, France. Rare Paintings, Engravings, Photos, Books Onriosites and Novelties bought on Commission for export. Send $1 00 as deposile and we wUl send you sanmles to aelect from. Letter Paataa-e a 't. Jan. li-S m. w Lottery DILLON&KENEALY Beg to inform the peo ple of this City and val ley that they will offer extraordinary bargains during the coming week. Special attention will be given to Reductions in Dress Goods, Fancy Goods, Hosiery, Silks, Satins, Cloaks, Clothing, Shoes and Gents' Fur nishing Goods. DILLON & KENEALY, Washington street. The Only Reliable House to get PIE WINES FOR FAMILY USE. Family Liquor Store, Opp, Post Office. ily; His fastest Reccra is 2:44, 18f4. and can trott In 2:40 any time. INDEX will stand tbe coming season, commencing Kebrnary 15th, and rndlc August 15 h. at F. N.Scofleld's place, north end ofPapago Street. Phoenix, Arix. TERMS: for f t aHOn ; 35 to Insure; Payable at tbe time of oivlc or before the mare leaves the nlaee. FASTUrfE.! PICK MONTH. Skilled and careful grooms employed, b escapes. Aanress, F. N. DO YOU KNOW THAT LORILARD'S CLIMAX PLUG TOBACCO Wilh HeJTinTag; Itovr Leaf Fine Cut Chewing; avy Ollppincrsi and Black. Brown and Yellow MI'I'I'N are the best and cheapest, quality considered ? au7 lyw J. N. MARIS, PaintinG OF ALL KINDS TASTEFULLY EXECUTED tr01d etaiMl, East Side of the Court Bonse J'hiza. Parlor Saloon, Opposite Plaza, PHOKNIX. AUISOX A. W. M. KELLOGG. Prop'r. o' 2 o p W C fD cn W t-r- 31 o c in I'i. 3 orq it Lay k LIQUOR Stands 15 hands. Weigh 1,145 lbs. By Keokuk. Kerord, 2:44 PEDIGREE : TNDKX was bred hy E J. Wlm-sar, of Scott Vi her. Sisklou Co.,Cal.; Hais Ivy Kooknk, dam by Morrill; tveoKiiK dv Vermont is'hck iiawy Dam by lliship llurublei'ut:n; Hof rill by the Jeiinison Horse, son J You n if liullrardi jVioreran. he by rush Morgan, son nf Jubtin Moriwi Dam by the Heath Mare, by tbe b"ar- rineton Horse, son ol in Vance ilore; second Dam by the Eaaten .uare. a fast pucer. INDEX inado a record of 2:45 a Santa Cruz, wliere be di-tanced al ma Jut tba Phoenix Fair, November 15ih it no liabilities assumed for accidents of SCOFIELD, Phoenix, Ariz. ESTRAY NOTICE. Cume to my ranch $ miles sontliwest cl Phoenix, on Jneequlte road to tue Felirunry 1", one small bay horee, ball lace, dihck scissor oranu. 01 handle dim, on lelt thigh, severely eadd n a-ked. Owner wi)l cume forward .proTj property, pay charges ana luKe iue sun M.wny, or it will be diapered off accord 1 1 to law. JNO, MOKTKR. March 8. lbS5. 30d, LIVE STOCK ASSOCIATE A meeting will e bel in Phtenix on Saturday March 28, at 1 o'clock, in., tor the purpose of oi jj-anizins: a Live Stock A sociation. All stock mel in the county are request;1! ' to he m attendance. If. II. Ltnvillk. MOM U fVI E M T ( AND TOIBESTONES! Persons desiring anything ia 1 Riiove line will en.lt at my Undertaking: Rooms, X.i' 2G Wellington St.Phoenis, A ntul see photographs and prices of'some of tbe veiT FINEST MARBLE WOll Ou The Pacific Sloje. As tv 11 as plainer anil cheaper Mi'tis. J. M. GREGORY, Ag' ESTRAY NOTICE. Came to my ranch on the Maricopa tj ne to my ranch on the Maricopa if i aide ot Suit hiver, one W hite b4 and ofaitv kind, shod all ronnd.l arked ana ttb-xit ien yars old. f ir will come foiward, prove proi-4 uuriu em no brand lar marked owner pay charge and remove tbe frame Mill b UUuoBiil Ol according to law.