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HERAUD Published Eer Evening Except Sunday Tbaraday - March 26, 18S5 LOCAL LINES. "Warm snap at hand. Sunshine and silver. More land business to-day . Town Council in session this after noon, Bread at Wright Je Walbridge'i old Phoenix bakery. Business continues to pisk. up con sulerably. Mrs. Clark's spring goods hare ar rived. "Any money to lend?" is an oft re peaced question now days. r' .11 f..r to,-' beer at the Boca Beef Depot. rrii tlirmtened raiu seemed to have concluded to pass by. Fresh bread at the Phoenix Bakery daily. The laud office is now making en- tries of the railroad lands. It's no use talking ;Barnard catch es the ranchers. The boys are scraping up spare coin to settle it on railroad lands UTr T.. l. Ornie returned from Washington yesterday. Fifteen ball pool table at the Phoe IliX Hotel. L.OUI3 Vidal. "Cheery moonlight" these nights lover's nights they call them. We are sorrv to learn that Mr. J. M. Giegory is quite ill. Peri ill.- new advertisement of the Phoenix Cash Stoic. Tue lire extiaguUhing hand gren ade is a complete success. The hestroll butter ever received in Phoenix at Geo. F. Coats'. The Orion Era makes its appear ance with the tame of Judge J. B. Milner at the heaJ as editor. An invoice of choice eastern cod iish ia rolls just received at Geo. F. Coats'. The San Francisco Post is grow ing in excellence since its new man agement began. Six nice cool rooms to let. In quire at Goldman's- Whepley has no trouble in getting rid of his fite extinguishing hand grenades now. Mrs. C. H. Bury will open a pri vate school when the public school clse. - "Little drops of watter" are com ing down today in a refreshing man ner. A genuine horse race will take jilace next Sunday neai town for for a $ 100 purse and gate money. P. Minor is selling first-class Ore gon pine and redwood lumber in the rough at 5c per foot . . Mr. R. B . Todd who has been ou to Cave Creek inspecting his mining propeity there returned to-day. Ferdinand, the French tmrber.will locate in the room next door to Sherman's saloon to-day. Daughter of Rebekah of Arizona No. 1, 1.O.O. F meet tomorrow, Thursday, evening at 7:30 p- In. A full attendance desired. Con tracts for plastering.and mason work in general, calsomining and linting by Geo. E. Bowers. Leave orders at Canon Bros. The Herald returns thaDks for a complimentary invitation to attend the Presbyterian concert tomorrow eveniDg. Aiizona is represented at the New Orleans Exposition by TJ. S. Com missioner F. M. Murphy, U. 8. Al ternate Commissioner H. P. Mason, and the following county commis eioners: Yavapai, Frank SmilhUne, Cochise, H. Neving; Yuuia, Jos. J. Stein; Gila, W. Beard; Tevis district; Capt, J. H. Tevis. Dr. P. C. Goodrich, dentist, has arrived fiom the East and will be found at the rooms of his brother Dr. L-H.Goddrich at the Gregory House to attend to professional calls. C. M .Jameson has been appointed legal agent of the Arizona Central Mining Company . The mine has been leased to parties who are now working it. The Presbyterian congregation have prepared a very excellent con cert which will be rendered at their -church on Thursday evening of this week . The public is very cordially invited to attend. To lovers of good music! Don't fail to attend the concert at the Pres byterian church Thursday evening. Doors open at 7 o'clock ; concert be gins at 7:30. Admission 50 cents. The Maricopa stage did not get in till after six o'clock last evening. The Gila is very high and it is dan gerous to work the ferry boat, cons sequcntly every thing had to be pas sed over in a skiff. A serious accident occured at Qui jotoa mines few days since by the explotion ef amisshot of giant pow der which seriously injured two miners so that they will likely lose thtir lives certainly their eyesight and will be badly mained. A third escaped without much injury. Two insane from this county since January 1st. It strikes us that the sooner the asylum can be built the better. Again we believe that it would pay this county to take care of its insane at the county hospital till the asylum has been built . Dr- P. C. Goodrich brother of our Dr. L. H. Goodrich arrived from the east last evening. He will locate here in the practice of dentistry . during the absence of Dr. L. II. Goodrich rho rnea east with his family in a Stn day. The Central Pacific railroad has bonded it its floating debt at six per cent. Already 85,000,000 of th bonds have been taken at par. Don't bother yourself about Gov, Tritle beinj; "bounced" Mr. St ah unless you have a dicent pile of coi to put up on the chances, lou can una pjeniy or taKers on the propor tion that Governor Tritle will not serve out his full term. The tone of the Star editorials on Territorial affairs betrays their sour ce. There is but one source of such stuff in the whole of Arizona and th Star has comented to be the mouth piece of the concern . What is to become of poor Mc Donald. Edward J. Phelps of Ver- month has been appointed minister to the court of St. James the first diplomatic place in the gift of the t'resiaent. it begins to look as though McDonald wants nothing. l he star and courier name Oury for Governor becnuae he has 'alwuyj stood by the party" and lager beer. Mr. Ourys indolence is as proverbial as is his capacity tor chair lightning and poker. In what other fields has he ever distinguish ed himself? Will the star point out one "thieving" bill which it asserts the Governor has signed and prove that the hill is not the desire of the veo Die generally of some locality, if it be a local measure, or of the people generally of the Territory if it be a Territorial measure? This matter of mxking libelous assertions is a very favorite way of getting up a feeling by those who are nei thr brave nor honorable enough to "take the field in person" and face their man . Facts are what will convince. Show the people where they are robbed Mr. Star. A story is told of a shrewd Scoicli- woman who tried to wean her bus band from the dram shop by employ ing her brother to act as a gho!t and frighten John on his way heme Who are you?" said the guldeman as the aparition rose before him from behind a bush. "I am auld Nick," was the reply. "Come awa' man," Eaid John, nothing daunted; "gie'a shake o' your hand. I am married to a sister o yours." TELEGRAPHIC. AX INTERESTING LxAnXAT10N. Wasihsgton, March 24- In a very qti let manner, secure nom an observation, the examination of the books of the treasuiy has been going on for some days ; The expert is V. M . Jordan, cashier of the third na- ionul bank of New York, .a fiieud of Secretary Mening. It ia not yet known how far back the examinu- tion will be made, but it is not im probable that 18 or 20 years 'Will be coverul. The only tasistan the ex pert has is a short-hand man, detail ed from the treasury force. These two gentlemen are locked in a loom on the second floor. SARAH SECDB.ES A POINT. San Francisco, March 2-1. In the suit of fcarah A. Sshuron against William Sharon to recover $750 ba unce remaining napnid for months of October, November and Decem ber, 1883, on a note made by defen dant, promising to pay Plaintiff for each and every month of the year 1883, the sum cf ?250. Judge Finn o-day give judgment in favor of plaintiff. silver king mining company. Ban Francisco, March 24. Albert . and Mary E. Bills have brought suit in the superior court against the Silver King Mining cempanv tor $215,500.30, claimed as dividends Tlue them on shares of the above nam'jd company. ELECTIONS IN UTAH. Washington, March 24. The Su preme Court of the United States to day sustained the decision ot the court in the favor of the board of commissioners appointed uader tha Edmunds act to supervise elections in Utah . The succes of the artist Bought on's papers on Holland in Harper's Magazine, and of the book which followed them, will make the read ing public double eager for the series which another American artist has written for that periodical. Mr. Frank D. Millet is the writer.he and Mr. R. Swain Gifiord coluborate in the illustration, and the general title of 'A Wild Goose Chase" covers a trip made by them, on a commission for the magazine, along the shores of the Baltic, through Lubeck, Co penhagen, and many picturesque out-of-the-way places. The first paper, "The Rise," will be given in the April number, and will have great abundance and variety of il lustration . Death of Sir. A. A. ktymondg. We regret to announce the death of Mr. A- A. Symonds at one time connected with the Hfrald and later editor .and proprietor f the Arrow which he publisher in Phoe nix and still later a member of the Guzette Publishing Co. As is well known here Mr. Symond was an able genial young gentleman but that fell distroyer consumption had fixed itself-upin him from a bruise of one of the lungs by a base ball and lie las finally died from it in .'his old home at Whiterboro N. Y., aged 24 yeais, whither he returned last fall ems time LEGISLATIVE ECHOES, "Thrift Horatio, Thrift" was dis tinctly the Motto ol tht "Fighiiii Thirteenth." - Tucson has a legislative saint ot honesty and economy, who is about to be canonized by the Tucson press. If there whs a Uriah Heep in the last session, it was this same sancti monious rtisiey. wonder what rtivy he got on the printing bills? Some men are dear at f 450, and few of those for sale during the ses sion just closed were worth that amount. Stewart, of Yavapai, was another thrifty statesman. At the opening of the session, he bleated loudly for "economy ,"but he fell down on every proposion of benefit to the people. On the Discrimination in Freights and Fores bill, his voice and vote was for the monopoly. He was charged by Tom Weed in during the last nip-ht of the session with offering to sell his vote on tho printing bills, provided he got a cer tain percentage. This he indignant ly denied and when Tom dared him to ask for an investigation commit tee, he had no more to say. One thing about Stevens that is commendable: He ia an outspoken political bandit, and unlike Risley, dots not assume a virtue when be has it not, Some men in each house were honest and honorable; and among the few that were fuMiful found none stood higher limn R. li. Todd People woiider how the printing bills ran up so high; but when they consider how the unfortunate news paper men were compelled to yleli? up by, legislative highwaymen, the wonder is that they were not twice the amount. The presiding officer in the Goun cil was another of the "Thirteenth" who made a record no one neid care o envy. Elected to that position he accused of having gone back on every pledge he made and of proving a recreant to iiis parly aurl to his riends. He could put in a 1700 mileage bill for crossing the street from his house to the Capitol cham ber, he could find a $300 clerkship for his wife, who never wrote a line luring the session; he could vote liniself JO per day out of the Terri torial Treasury during the deadlock, and yet when it came to paying livs ng prices for newspapers ftiruished he held up his hands in holy horror and declared the territory was being robbed ! 'Well.old boy, you're gelling away with a pretty good boodle, can't you set them up?"' said one of the Third House to the chairman of the appro priation committee, as he was about o mount the stage. "D a scandal, d n scandal, but don't sy an tiling bout it," whispered the blushing isciple of economy, from the banks f the Santa Cruz. The bill providing for the drain--e of mines, the Sierra Bonita bill, he bullion bill and the capitol bill, were the mrst important, speaking from a coin basis, of any during the ess ion. All the apcsllcs of honesty, econo my and reform, fought theimmigri- ion bill in both houses, simply bs- couse there was "nothing in it" for hem. Yes, the Ancient Pueblo got badly eft, and no wonder its denizens are Icklng vigorously. Well that 13 one amusement that the deleateu annot be deprived of. As the old sailor remarked, "blast my bloody eyes I can growl anyhow." "I can't find him, he's got into the woods," was the report of Sergeanl- urms Cuddy, iviien oidertd to ring in an absent legislator during the closing hours. ' I wish to God I was there too," remarked a sober and isgusted "member. . Post no bills," was the legend prominently displayed on an honor able member's seat of honor, while stretched at full length on a bench and peacefully snoring during the weesma' hours on the last night. Take them all in all we shall not soon look upon their like again. Although badly abused, the ' Tlrir. teenth" passed some good measures which will stand to their credit here after. l.etlrr I.lst. List of letters remaining uncalled for in the Postoftice at l'liofiiix, A. T. March 22, 1885. Akers Charles Adams C B Bauer Miss Anr.ie Butterl'ield II C Cummings Tom Clinton J F Gasse Geo E Hamilton Geo Pate S (' Stinson C Winn Lizzie A Webb Johnnie A Humphries C P Jaques Arthur A Roth Geo A '1 homtoii E S Wood C'has C. CARTAS Merced Lopez ESPANOLAB. Guadalu'e Alvarez Ynez Talafex Manuel Roblez Tib'io Ballesteros Juan Hidalgo Margarita Equer. RETURNED LETTER. Pomuseno F lores Harry Hanington, Call for advertised letters. Geo. E. Mowrey, P. M What the hcitou Haiti. Air. Lewis Edwards, Sexton of Mt Vernon Place Church, W ashinglon, D.C .certifies that for several months past he had been suffering with a sfv vere cough which distressed him day and night. He was very'much debilitated, with constant pains in his chest. After trying various remedies he used the Red star Cough Curt, which gave hiin to Mrs relief Governor Trllle anil Arizona. Public Oi inion a paper published st Chambersbiiig, Pennsylvania, the former home of Governor Tritle, contains the following complimens tary notice of Governor Tritle: "We are on receipt of the second biennial message of our former fel low citizen, Frederick A.Tritlo,Gov- ernor of Arizona Territory, delivered to the 13th Legislative Assembly on the 12th of January. During his ad- minittration the matetial interests of the Territory have advanced to a wonderful degree. His wise direc tion has done much to bring the pos sioilities of the Territory to the no tice of the world. From his mes sage te learn that in the rich valleys bordering the priacipal streams of of the Territory are large bodies of land, as rich and productive as any in the West, capable, under proper conditio! s, of affording homes for a large population. Immense stret ches of fine grazing lands are yet unoccupied. Vasts forests of tim ber are yet untouched while every hill aad mountain lange within its brders are "tiensure vaults for the precious metals. With all these great natural gSjtts;4here is no good reason why Arizona should not make rapid progress in population and material prosperity.', I.IO.W. Tjlcr Kxoitt-a. A Daily Report reporter was sent out in San Franc if co the other day to acertain what leading citizens tought of Emma Nevada's failure to sing. Lncoccipusly the reporter got into Judge Tyler's office. George W. was buried to the eyebrows in documents and authoi ithu s, and it was ea.-y to be seen that he was busy, and also that he was not in an amiable mood In answer to the gruff "Well, sir!'' the reporter humble said. 'l conic !r. Tyler, to see wether you thought she " Tyler "II 11 and ! Am I to be hcurded forever about that . thing? Havn't 1 said a hundred limes how I stand? Havn't 1 said was a canard?" George was red on the face with emotion at this time. It was not apparent to the reporter why a mention of Emma Nevada's prospects should aflect the elder Tyler thusly, and he ventured the assertion that it was impossible for it to be a conard. He then asked Gl W . T. why he (bought she had refrained from singing last week if her sickness was a preteuded one. There was a huge, oppressive silen ce for a lew moments, during which the lawyer and the reporter eyed one another inquisitivtly, and then the former asked his visiter what he was giving him, anyhow? The reporter reached the door before l:e told Geo. W. Tyler that he only wan'ed to know if he thought Emma Neva" da would sing, and before he could be mangled beyond recognition he had escaped from the building. Klegant Siulprlnc. Last evening a most elegant and complete surprise was tendered Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Goodrich who expect to leave for their home in Detroit to morrow, to spend the summer. About 8 o'clock they were invited by a friend to a siroll down to the Olympic Club hall ostensibly to see ome lancy skating supposed to be going on in ere nut instead lliey found the hall in posessioii of a fine string band, just the thing t'1 exeite the light faii!iis:ie, and a number of their friends took Losesslou of them and it is hoped made it one of their most pleasant evenings in Phoenix. The hall was just comfortably filled far dancing and every one seemed intent on being sociable aad agree able to everybody else and the result was all that could be desired. About twelve o'clock the company began to dissolve with ninny a bon voyage and wuh for the early return of the good Doctor and his very amiable lady. The Fire Kxtiii&nisher. Mr. W. L. Whepley, apent for the Hayward Hand Fire Grenade hist evening cave a very pretiy and effec tive illustration of the use of the grenade. - A deud wall was erected and thoroughly covered with tar and coal Aiil and;a.large pile of shavings at the foot of the wall also well sat urated with., coal oil helped to in crease the Jury of the fire. AVhen it was all burning ' throughly and the flames rushiug up high ido the air, Mr. Whepley seized a few of the small glass bottles holding about one pint each and dashed them against the wall when the flames in e. moment began to decrease and in less than a minute and a half from the throwing of the first bottle the wall stood black and charred where but a moment before it had been a si ething mass of flames. The thing needs no further argument or rec- inincndatii n. Every householder of whatever description of property should 1 rovide his buildings with a liberal supply of the grenades. ' The Republican, cabinet, which now consists of an empty mucilage bottle, three rusty pens, a copy of a good Jaw made by the Thirteenth Legislature and a clean printing of fice towel, has been enriched by a present from Mr. Lous Esselburn of an old Mexican coin. This piece of money, which was made in 1833, is of copper, and is so badly mashed that it is with difficulty that the let ters on the faces are discernable. Enough can be made out, however, to show that it is wha was called ' una quatrita," or fourth of a "rial This would make its value in U. S. money something like two and one- half cents. Many have expressed me opinion mat it is of the same denomination as the "calaco" in present use, or, more properly writ ten the "tlaco;" but as it antedates the recollection of all but a few we ineline to the opinion that it is the former, a forih of a "rial." This ancient coin was fourjd at Fort Yu ma tho other day. We return thanks for the curio. Republican Permanent relief and no prostra tion from from Red Star Coujh Cure. Temporary relief and power ful reaction from other cough mixtures. Ordinance No. 40. An Ordinance to prohibit bawdy houses, houses of ill fame and prestation in certain limits in the City of Phoenix. The Com mom Council of Phoenix do ordain as follows: SECTION I. It shall be unlawful for any per son or persons to open, conduct, keep maintain or carry on within or front ing upon that portion of the city of Phoenix hereinafter described, any bawdy house , house f ill fame, room or place of prostitution, or to reeidc or live in any such baw dy house, house of ill fame, room or place of prostitution for the purpose of carrying on, or assisting in carry ing on, engaging in the business or practice of fornication or prostitu tion, SECTION II. It shall be unlawful for any per son at any time to visit or enter any bawdy house, house of ill fume, room or place ot prostitution within that portion of the City of Phoenix here inaiter described, for the purpose and with the object of prostitution or of patronizing any inmate thereof in fornication or prostitution. SECTION III. It shall be unlawful for any per son or persons to ltut, lease, hire. or under let, or sub let, to any other person or persojs, any house, room, shed, shanty, tent, premises or place within or fronting upon that portion of the City of Phoenix hereinafter described, knowing tiiut the same Is 10 be used as a bawdy house, house ot ill tame, room or place or prosti tution, and provided that, the same is used as a bawdy house, house of ill fame, room or place of prostitution SECTION IV. The following is the description of that portion 01 the City ot Phoenix relerieu to in sections one, two and tbree of this ordinance, to wit: All that portion of the City of Phoenix contained within the follow ing limits, to wit: Commencing at a point on the south line of Monroe Street in said city, and at its iuuc tion with the east line of Cocopah street, and running thence south along the east line of said Cocopah street to the north line of Jackson street, thence east along the north line of Jackson street to the west line of Pinal street, thence north along the west line of Pinal street to the south line of Monroe street and thence west along the south line of Monroe street to ttie place of be ginning. Also all of that portion of the said city included within a distance of five hundred feet of block number ninety two of said city. SECTION V. Any act in.violation of this ordi nance for eash and every day of its continuance shall be considered and deemed a separate ollense. Any person violating any of the provis ions of this ordinance shall be deem ed guilty of a misdemeanor and up on conviction thereof shall be pun ished by a fine not exceeding the sum of "three hundred dollars or by imprisonment in the city jail of the City of Phoenix.for any term not ex ceeding three months or by both such fine and imprisonment. SECTION VI. It shall be the duty of the Marshal of the City tf Phoenix to see that the provisions of this ordinance are strictly enforced. SECTION VII. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force in twenty days after its passage approval and publication and all ordinances in conflict with this ordinance are hereby repealed SECTION YIII. The Recorder shall attest this or dinance and shall cause it to lie pub lished in the Phoenix Herald for the space of ten days. I hereby certify that the above and foregoing ordinance was passed in the Common Council of Phoenix, this 25th day of March, A. D. 1885. Attest. T. W. HINE. Recorder. Approved March 25th, 1885. GEO. F. COATS, Mayor. A cremation society, witn a capi tal of $25,000 has been organized at Davenport, Iowa. Mothers, If you are failing, broken, worn out and nervous, use "Wr ell's Health Renewer." 15c. Mrs. Oliphant has written forty three novels; Mrs. South worth sixty five. Heart ruins. Palpitation, Dropsical Swellings Dizziness, Indigestion, Headache Sleeplessness cured by Well's Health Renewer." 'At lust" said a speculating cash ier, "I feel perfectly safe The Di rectors have concluded tu emploj- a directive. Koii;Ii on Fain.' Cures colic, cramp-, diarrhoea ;Jex ternally toi j.rbrp, pinns-, sprains headache, neuralgia, rheumatism. For man or beust. 20 and 50. Dried apple has been discovered ta to be an antidote for fish poison ing, and now the chemists are work ing double shifts to discover an an tidote for dried apple pie. 'itoueh. on Toothache." Instant relief for Toothache, Neu ralgia, Faceuche. Ask for "Rough ob Toothache." 15 25c. And so Augustin Daly has won another "infringement" suit. It seems to bi cold day for leal authors when Daly is around. Brruil We Ihe undersigned bjkers, hav ing found that we are loosing money at the present price of bread, will after this date sell bread at the old price, viz. : 12 large or 20 sm,t)l loaves for one dollar . Wright it Walbbidhk, Frank. Kuchler, A. - Manai.ia. Phoenix, Jan. 15. 1885. Notice For Publication. HOMESTEAD NO. i:M. lAsn Office atTtjcso Arizona, I .March 31, 1SS5. ( NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT tlie following named pettier lias filed notice ol hie intention 10 rnnke final proof in support of his .claim anil ihat pa d proof will be made before Hon. D 11 iii. Hey, Judge of Second Judicial Dii-tru-i Court, Cduntv of Maricopa, at Phoenix. Arizona, on May 2d, 1885 . Viz: Thomas J . Bryan, of Phoenix Arizona, for the N W of Sec. 18, T 1 iJ, H 3 B, & S U B fc JI He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of. said land, viz: Henry E. Sloeser, tMartin P. 'Griffith, ird Brau and Neils Morton, all of Phoenix, .Marico pa County. Arizona. B. M. THOMAS, Register. Ftnt publication, March 86, 1885. How itf Sti uek It Very Kieh. Mr. J. B. Franz, proprietor of the St . James' Hotel, " Man-field, O ., is in luck on account of iho pnrchasa of a ticket in the Louisiana State lottery. Several wwks since Mr, Franz, who has previously drawn small sums in the lottery, invested in one whole ticket and five one' fifth tickets, paying $10 for the same. Yesterday (Feb. 10th,) the drawing took place and Mr Franz received a telegram notifying him that his whole ticket had drawn $6,000 in cash, which sum is subject 10 his order. ManyieM (Ohio; hum eral, Feb 11 Its Wonderful Kflicary. No remedy ever discovered pos ess the wonderful efficacy of Syrup of Figs. The ceitainty with which it ex pells all impurities from the system, at the same time giving tone to the Liver, Slomach and Bowels, places it ahead of all other remedies, to say nothing of it being more eas ily taken. It is selling very rapidly O. J. Thibodo, is airent here. Fi-opoHal for Fresh Beef and Slutton and Beef 1'attle. Heaqakters Dept. op Arizona, ) Office Chief Com. of Bulwistance V Whipple Barracks. ) Prescott, A. T., March 16, 18S5. SEALED PROPOSALS, in triplicate sub:ect to the nsual conditions, will be receiver at this office, and at. the offices of the AcfinK Commissaries of Subsistence, at the following named posts nntU 12 o'clock, noon, on Tuesday, April 21st. 1SS5; at which time and places they w?H be opened in the presence of bidders, for furn ishing and delivery of such quantities of Beef and Mutton on the block, as may from time to time be required at Foris Apache, Bowie, Grant. Huachuca. Lowell, McDowell, Mojave. Thomas and Verde, San Carlos and Whipple Barracks, in this De partment from July 1. 1885. to June 30. 1886. Also proposals for furnishing and deliv ery to the Acting Commissary of Subsis tence at Fort Apache such qnantites of Beef Catt le on the hoof, as may be required by the Subsistence Department for issue to In-ian prisoners and scouts at Turkey Creek. The probablo quantity of Beef Cattle for this pnrpose will be about 60 neaa per montn, from July 1, 1158"!, to June Also for the deli verv to the A O H nt- Fort Mojave, A. T., of 60 head of sheep, and eu ueai ot tnree-year-oni steers: the de livery of the sheen to be alwint .Ttilv 1. ItWi and the delivery of tho steers to be about uctooer 1, is-:. The Government reserves the right to re ject any or all proposals. Blank proposals, guarantees and affida vits and f ull information as U the manner of bidding, conditions to be observed by bidders and terms of contract and payment will be furnished on armlieatiori to this office or to the Commissaries at t he post-s. Hjiveiopes containing proposals should be marked "Proposals for Beef and Mut ton11 (or '"for Beef Cattle. " or sheep or steers.""! "at . A. T. " and ad dressed to the undersigned or to the Com missary of ttie post bid for. J. f. ttiSSTON, Captain and C. TJ. S. Army. Chief Commissary of Sulwistence. IkiSMolbtioii of ('opart iiernliip. Tho un dersiirned huviwy this dftv. March 12. 1SS5. dissolved hv mnlual inn- sent their copartnership, all hills duj by them (the lale firm) and all outstanding uenis cofifcied ijy .1. iieinson. J. II b I SON G. VSGEIillASS. P. K. HICKEY'S nn, ,'fiTnTn I f nfTT : Ml mm Apcy j 0pp. P. 0., Phoenix, Ariz. J?ual Sstatn, . Minfis. Insurance. RANCHES and CITY PROPERTY bought fold and n-med; MINES bought and sold on commission, PJRE, LZF and ACCIDENT INSURANCE, Accountant, Ni'Wry Public, Records Searched. I'oiiections Made, Leans Ne 'jotiuied, Cocveyancing, Business Transacted by Lettsr lJhnenix mv place of business, is in the Salt Hiver Valley, miles from Maricopa, ou the S. P. R. R. Altitude 1000 feet; cli inte delightful and v?ry heal'hy. Every thing arows by irrigation. We are now oft'ering the following chnnfi'S for investment: :)1 HSO ACRES L AND, 7 and 12 miles from Phoenix; 1 water share in Salt River Valley Canal. 200 acres ofthe land sown in wheat and barlev. Water paid lor this season. Price $b.0U0. 32 ICO ACRES patented land; 1 share Maricopa Canal ; 60 acres in al!alfa;feuced; adobe house. Price S5,OO0. 34 30 ACRES In Mesa C'ty, 1P0 borne steadpatent ;160desert entry :S0u Irir.t ?rees, 12 water shares, farming implements, 160 acres in wheat, 15 acres alfalfa. 30 acres fenced, house ; place we'l improved, rich bottomland. Price $1,500. 35 1GO, ACRES in Tempe, flue 2-story adobe house, cost t!.000, mnst sell on ac count of leaving. Price $4,000. Zi Oattle Range. 10 miles from Phoenix, 2 acobe houses, good deep well.controlsa fine large range, whim for hoiffcing water good property. Price $3,000. 37 ACRES of desirable land adjoining city. Price 81,350. 33 lOO ACRES rich school land, house, hog corrals, granary for 110 000 lbs., well, 25 acres in alfalfa pasture fenced. 120 acros sown to grain, yield 40 bushciti per acre, water paid tor. Price $2,000. 39 3 DESIRABLE City lots, ea 50xl!7'4 feet, best part of city. Price $1,000, 40 SO ACRES li miles from city, nice building site, fruit trees, fish pond, la-ge arbor of fine bearing vines.good fruit land nicely improved, a desirable home place. Price, $3,000. 41 04 ACRES of patented land, fenced aud ingrain, irrigatinc ditcb.es all fixed, fine rich land.lays beautifully. Price31,240. 42 J LOTS and fine house, well situated, fruit trees and vines, a nice home. Price. gs.ooo. 43 ONE SECTION, 040 acres of land, 12 miles west of Phoenix, paid out, 300 acres in cultivation, 3 water rights Grand Ct-nal. Price $4,500. A bargain." 44 SCHOOL LAND.KIO acres, improved, near town. Price $1,600. 45 TITLE LAND, 320 acres, 8 head of horses and mules, 2 single plows, 2 double plows. 100 stock hogs, 1 header, 3 wagons. 3 header beds, 1 mower, 200 acres growing crop, house, well, 200 grape vines, 170 fruit trees, 40 acres alfalia fenced, fencing 20 acres more, independent watrr canal, permanent water, a lot of chickens, and wood; examination requested. Price $ti,000. 40 R R LAND. 80 acres with gKd house on, Cottonwood trees. Ac., desirably situ ated, adjoining fine ranches. Price $400. 47 R R LAND, Hit) acres, improved. '3 miles west of Phoenix with growing crop, bouse. &c. Price $1,250. CITY i'ROPRRTY lit all t rices; houses to rent. LlfaVILL and lots, a Ljood chunc ing lots cht;ai1 E'S Addition blocks Dod bui Id- STOCK RANGE FOR SALE. T ANGIi V ;K 5.fl-: Ii K A D OF CAT- TLE; spring or running water, of 200 barrels capaei'y per day. I r. quire it the 11ehai,d oilicu. Termiv rnnh ; price. 2, (MO 4 cs CD t-M O J rt ctf tU 4 O ti a S3 g PROFESSIONAL. JURRY UlUtT, T.W.HI.NE, Notary Public. Civil Engineer. "H-ILLAY HINE, jyl. ATTORNEYS & COUNSELORS AT LAW And Real Estate Agents. Phoenix, Ariz. Frank Cox. josfh Camfbe!.!., District Att'y. Probate Judge COX & CAMPBELL. ATTORN EYS-AT-LAW. Of)lC9 in Court House. II. N ALEXANDER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Offlce in Irvine' nix, Arizona . Block, Room 1, Phoe- O. A, TWEED. W. A. HANCOCK. J. W. CKBNSUAW. TWEED, HANCOCK A CRENSHAW, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. Land business made a specialty. Phoe nix, Arizona. Deforest Portkr. H. B. LlQHTBIZKR. POSTER LIGHTHIZEK, Attorney and Counselors-at-Law, Office corner of Washington and Cortez street!, next Courthouse plaza. Phoenix. J. T. Alsap, A. C. Baker ALSAP & BAKER. ATTORNEYS COUNSELORS-AT-LAW. Office In Irvine'a Block, Phoenix, Ariz, J. B. FORD, Attorney and Counsclor-at-Law. Office with M. Meadows. Justice of the Peace and Notary Tublic . Alonteznma St , Opposite Gass Ellis & Co.'b store, Phonix, A. T. Will practice his profession In any Court lor his fee . Strict and prompt at tention, given to all business placed in his hands. . E. SLOAN. . L. H. CHALMSRS. JLOAN & Cn ALMERS, !5 Attorneys and Counselors-At Law. Minor's block, f hcenix, Arizona. JE WH ARTON. M . D . U. S. EXAMINING SURGEON. Office and Dispensary Adams St., ne Mf ricopa St., Phoenix, Ariz. M RS. E. A. INGALLS. M. D-, PHYSICIAN and OCULIST. Gives special attention to Obstetrics and Disea&es of Women. Office east Wash ington Street. R T.OSBORNE, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office ftnd residence on Monroe St., eecoEd door east of M. JE. Church, eonth. Phoenix, Ariz. HERBERT R. PATRICK. CIVIL ENGINEER II. S. Deputy Mineral Surveor for Ariz ona. Subdivision of Land a Specialty. Umce opposite i'ostomce, rhoeiiix, Ariz, CE. DAILfc-Y. Late U. S. Recet er of Public Money. Land patent and claim agent a..d Attor ney, Mo. 114 Camp St., v. O, box 14, Tuc son. Bvsineee under V. 3. Laud Laws a specialty. E. LIUUTBL'KNK, Physician and Surgeon. Office and residence n.arly opposite the Lemon hotel, Phoenix, ArUona. SECRET SOCIETIES, RIZONA CHAPTER, NO 1, R. A M. Stated convocation on the second Monday ol' each month. N. Hkkuick, II. P. ; J. B. reamer, Secretary. kizo: rV Stat . M. ted meetir.ijs on the Tnr-sdsys on or proceed the lull moon. M. w . KaI-ks, nr prece V . M . ; . Al.; J. B. VHE.4MEK, secretary. O. V. PHOENIX LOIK1K No. 2, A m meets in Odd Fellows Hall every I t-atnrday evening, J. -Jl. ureoory, -. l-; Philip K. Hickkv, Secretary. A O.U.W. PUOEMX LODGE No. r. Regular ineetingra every Wcdnes. t,a' evening in Maonix Hall, -i .L.B.Alex- rr:; :: JLv.a meets on tliefiret and third Fridays of eaeh month, in Alasonic Hall. .I.E. Whabtos.C. C; H. W.Rtdkk, K. (.I K. I &1S. I- O. G. T GARDEN VALLEY Lodeo No. 1, 1 O G.T., meets Mon. day evenings at the Baptist Church . T. W. Hin-e. W. C. T. ; John- Buck, W. S. ; Meets first and third Thursdays of each month at Masonic Jlall. J. T. Alsap, C. C. T. W. Hisb, Secretary. RAILROADS & STACES. $ p. $ of Arizona. Trains at Maricopa. 7:40 P. M. DAILY Fassmsrer Train westward, via Yu ma, .Los Angeles, anci ean u rancisco, connecting at Lathrop with the it lantic Express Train for Slockton. Sacramento, Oiidcu, nrul Omaha. Sleeping car attached frm Doming, N. M.., to Oakland, C!:il. . . . f" A. M. DAILY Passen.ucr t-.LJ Trai'i eastward, via Casa Grande (suges for Florence and Globe) Tucstin, Bens, n, (for Tomb sto:e) Wiliccx, San Sim.m, and Pemintr, El Fust), counuclin for all poiuls north, east, southeast, an Mex ii i Tlirouirh freight and emigrant 1 r;i in 4 a. in. T. H GOODMAN, Gen'l P;:ss. & Ticket Aift. A. X. Townk, Gen'l Sunt Arizona Stage Co. J AS. STEWART, Supt. Slag leaves Phoenix at 10 a. m. for Prescott, via Seymour and Wick enburg. on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Hettirnin stnire ar rives at 8 p. m.. tin Tuesdays, Thurs day and Saturdays. Stage leaws Phoenix daily at 3 p. m. for Prescott. via Black Canyon and Gillelt. Returning stages ar rive daily at 1) a. in ., from Pres cott, via same route. Stage leaves Phoenix daily at 10 a. m. and at 5 p. m. for Maricopa, and returning, arrives at 1 p. tu. and 2 C. H. BURY, Gamenter&BuMer A. Contracts Carefully Executed. Shop East Side Gregory's Lumber Yard. iMioenlx Arizona. Phoenix Hotel, C.SALARI, Frop. North Side oT Washington Slreet Ahwve the Plaza. PHOKNTX, A. T. California fMery, F. KUCHLER, Propr. M ::i Largest Bread, 12 Leaves IU Families Supplied nt their residence. Fre h Candle, Pies and Kept constantly on band in great variety. CALL EARLY and OFTEN. PHGERIIX Livery and Feed STABLE Washington Stkeet, Below the -fOSTOFFIOE, PHCENIX ARIZONA GOLDMAN & ALEXANDER, Props, First-Class Teams and Rigs of all Kinds bupplied to Order. GOOD SADDLE HORSES ESf-Thevery Best Attention Give Boarding and Transient Stock- PKICES KKASOXABLE. tc IRVINE & CO. F&aenix Cash Stare. Otters new inducements in the way of trade. A LAUQE, FKESH STOC K OF PROVISIONS - AND Family Groceries GENERALLY JUST RECEIVED. Fresh Butter, Ens anfl Fruit CONSTANTLY ON HAND. And selling at the lowest notch for cash. Call and examine our stock, at. the O L D STAND Washington St., Phoenix CITY !veryIPeed STABLE, East Washington St., adjoining the Phoenix Hotel. F- D- WELLS, Prop. 'i J'ER YTHIXQ , W We wish to inform all our frieucn. and the public generally, that I have opened a first class Livery and Feed Si,.'o!e in Phoenix, and solicit share of their patronage. Anythhig in the Livery Stable Line can be found jere . - - -- mm By the day, week or month, and glv enOarelul Attention. CAPITOL HOTEL WASHINGTON STREET, PHOENIX A. T. W.C. PIMM, Propriety Re-fitted and Re-furnished. Evening flew, Meats, Clean Good rooms to let by the day, week, or month. First-class board can be obtained in the building. Choice WiEesJjipors&Cipr$ Kept at the Bar. Notice of Forfeiture. To Piebrk Gautriaud: You are hereby notified that I have ex pended one hundred dollais ($100; in labor and improvement as asstssment upon the Nail City mine, Masr&zene dis trict, county of Maricopa and Territory of Arizona, in order to hold eaid premises under the provisions of Section 2324, Re vised Statutes of the United States, beinp the amount required to hold the pame for the year ending December 31st, 1884. And if within ninety days from the pub lication of thl notice ycu fail or reiuee to contribute youy proportion of euch ex penditure at aco-ownr, your interest in said claim will become the property of the ijubscriber, under eaid Section 2324. CUAS. KAMPII. Notice ot Forfeiture. To Pkirre Gautbiaub: You are hereby notified that I have ex pended one hnndred dol.ars ($100) in labor and improvement as assessment work udoii the S L Brice mine. Magazine district, county of Maricopa and Territo ry of Aiizona, in order to hold said prem ises under the provisions of Section 2324, Revised Statutes of the United Slates, being the amount required to hold the itame for the year ending December 31st, IBM. Ad if within ninety days from the pub lication of this notice you fail or retuse to c intribute yoar propotion of such expen diture as a co-owner, your interest in said claim will become the property of the subscriber, under said Section 2324. CUAS. KAMPH, Notice of Forfeiture. Pierhb Gautuiauo: You are hervby notified that I have ex pended one hundred dollars ($100) in labor and improvement a as-fSsmCDr work upon the Kvveka mine. M aiaz:ue district, county of Maricopa and Territo ry of Arizona, In order to hold snid prem ise under the provision of Section 2324, Revised Statutes of the United States; bein- the amount required to hold t hi t-ame for the year ending December 31st. 18M. And if wiihin ninety flays from tho pub lication of this noticr you fail or refuse to contribute y onr pi Oport ion oi'Buch expen diture as a co-owner, yjini inleiest in said claim will bueom! rrle property ofthe subscriber under said Section 2324. CHAS. KAMPII . FOR RENT. A desirable house of four rooms on AiIhois strvet ea$t of Maricopa. Inquire of O. A. TWEED. ESTRAY. Came to my ranch on the Grand Canal, nine miles northwest of Phoenix, three cows, one heifer six months old, and yeatlirg bull. Uws marked swallow fork in left year and slit in right; bull, swollow-forfi in each ear and under bit in left; ht-iler, swallow-fork in U ft ear. Two cows roan, one light red; heifer white; bull red. Owner may have tho same by paying charge-. T F DKItftlCK. Phoenix, March 12, 1885. J. M. Slid McNuIty & Shott, East Washington Mt. , Pliocni Dealers in FAMILY GEOCERISi And all kinds or ' 1 GENERAL MERCHASEI5 ....Such an ... Dry Goods, Furnishing Good Clothing, Groceries, Dried and Canned Fruits, Hani, Bacon, Eggs, Butter, Chees And &. General Line of Family Supplie Agents for Singer SewiDg Machim Freeh Lime In qnantitics to eult, at SI .25 per I0O POUNDS AT THE KILN. 2p:;:':l hi:: Gires!cn Lrg9 Quantities Or eoutrnt. Kiln eeven miles above Phoenix, on theTcmpa Koad. J-Con tracts taken for doing Concrete or Address, W. H. EDWARDS, Tempe, Maricopa Co , - Arizona OLD PALACESALOON Geo. W. Banard, Prop. Middls of Old Court Homo Block South Side Washington St., Phoenix. Ha ng become sole proprietor ofl POPULAR RESORT, OLD AND NEW Will always find me at and able to snpply tM criminating tart Fine Wines, Whiskey! Mixed Drinks: jrinksj Hit Us a Lick ::i v. S25 REW. GiLLsrr, Ariz., 1 On or about toe 12th dftv ol two horses left my place antl wbtV ft-e-n were going in ihe direction of y nix; they answer to the following def tion: f vne, a imv norse. aDont mteen hi nail hands liiL-h. shod all around, loll iruHi wui wniie, ana lame in game foot: nair on front legs clipped The other is a roan horaa with uhlt legs ana wmte face and iisrhttait. F or anv Information thut will lean the recovery of the above deficrilitvi ..T erty I will pay lu) ten dollan. 01 lo their delivery at my place in (iillelt A win pay (J'JoJ twenty-five dollars. JUSKW. COULSEN. MILK! - Delivered twice a dav Morninsc and Evening. Three bits a gallon, 10 cents a qnar! J. B. MONTGOMERY. Three miles Ni rth of jflioenix, A. T. UeO. W. h JUHIVMJN, IMPORTER and BREEDER Poland-China. & Irf:id SsrMiio Hogs Specialty. Every animal In mi herd ia STRICTLY THOROUGHBRED, and entered In the American Berkshire Record at Springfield, 111., or the Poland China Record Association at Dayton. Ohio. Visitors are clwas welcome an will he met at Phoenix, if dne notice is ffiv n, ORDERS FOR PiGs NOW RECEIVED. For farther information address. . jt Ceo- W, F- Johnson,- P. O. Box 129. Phoenix, A . T. Assignees' Notice. can having assigned to me their property" and etiects for the Denetit of tiieir creditor all persons having claims against them, or either of them, are requested to pre sent the same to mc at my office in Phoe nix and all persons indebted to said as signors will please make payment to ma without delay. C. A. TWEED, Phcenix, A.T.. Oct. 6, 1884. Assignee Administrator's Notice. Kotice is hereby given by the under signed Administrator of the estate o Nancy Denee, d3ceased, to the creditors o and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhi bit them, with ihe necessary vouchers, within ten months after the publication of this notice, to the said Administrator at his office, east stde of Cortez street, opposite Court House, Phoenix, Maricopa County, Ariz. Ter. 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