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E HERALD; iry Vt Ariunn i'tnntutui F lloaexty of Sir. Arm- l-'rous or Maricopa. H j : ? ii(jr J.bat'fae: Leeislaiffre tfc&fcK j, tilings art mure ijuici iu t, but we made a call on the ry to-day and rund ?himtfuKe xing up' his ' accounts and ir g the laws , for pu,ltlipalion e corps t clerks, iat necessary journals of the , 13ih Legista-. ssembly Were more voluminous any preceeding. it, and the Q laws will make quite a .large asked -'he Secretary's opinion f Legislature and he unhcsi- ly said, althcuch there were men oijaleni liiJutULouses seem to be a spirit of klepto- auism; prevailing, jiJial bode no !-iHeTerHy-.aotL. wasJ icing .tu jtcacc.aiicl gooJ order, first break made by tbeni was cuftvVof "thai VIitoinaYiiaiiisnj r inslaucc the nult-agc roll. The st titfrnbcir of miles mi meiiibrt awarded was 1,020 for one wlio elerl 160 miles in ..cuuiiug; .lfi00 a member who. resides in , Yava county, and 2,200 for members came ftauiiTntsOj tls ustiej a;e .allowed being 640. .1 will however, that all the members not stiind, in' fortius steal, and one bad the honesty to make a hd against it; that was Mr. Arm- Dgj rt Maricopa, w ho eamc. lo rino aid.- J".t. Secret I don't, nl you to :ty that mileage. It i . right, and ' I", for o'newill not I ett.' ."Well,,! shoBld think you luUIiii,'i,"sifu' I,'"Tor 1 don't intend pay any tif if." ' 1 n sji-ct y u, Mr. n'trong, for your honesty and n .t-lanmni; up . against a reasury of Uncle Sam I told him." ' The air d with dish onesty Ima forty thieves. ipply of station ery l- Ink stands would ihe:.Ajesks of jnem mysterious manner. Vand mucilage c'l purchased du-,n-.eurly $400 worth rHTi it tee i clerks are all that .-ry for lUe work ol a lern- seutily, yel the 13lt had 44 .lioni liny paid f360 each. I ery nu ii.lier who u. d female rela tes, available, rung them in, not e of whom . tver wrote a line, .roe promiut nt members had their fee "as committee clerks: knowing ; I if . ma a ai mnli. In 1 i-u n rtfiv. RftfT jood e .ated in, both houses' from e first day, and I only am surprised it nothing serious occurred. How- cr, there was s ome nectssary legis- ion consumated, notably, that fa ring construcuon 01 ranroaua. ithout rai roads Arizona' is: value swith them she will arise, from r apparently apathetic situation d become a power in the sistei rd of States. Should the construc- b i". 'J l c u Ti railroad suit from the legislative session (iefc ruuiti, i win iui nil nic mau ts done by it Miner. . .1 .j ; . ...:n rA. .it iv.. 1. filM and Inconsistent. The Tucsou !larT wliith of late as been trytDfi to liatclinp some targe against our excellent toyer- or, stoops' to "Things" and methods amarjlj,:;ftls$ "t'Torn .beginniBg to nd and without foundation. The fdltor of-tbeStir, 'wfao' is agent: of the . Associaied . Press dispatches ' at fTucsOn wires thc account of mass lm.-etlng in Tuenon, which was held to censure i wo f Us. .members in the ' "S pisiaxOTr'.-brCRUFe of their negli- ence'fnintriirHig 'the -removal of the Capilal in m Pi'cscott ' to that pity, raid couples the name of Gov ernor Tritle in connection 'with said Xheeting, when in fact his name was never mentioned Or thought of. This we characterize a9 malicious," in jurious and demaging, and should bo condemned by all fair minded people, ' ' . ... It is a well knewn and established fact that the Governor has attended te the duties of his officer with strict care and impartiality, always look ing to the advancement and material interest of the Territory, and such is his record that not a straw can be turned over and found - crooked Now, for tho purpose of placing some charge against him, the Star man has found il necessary to sloop low dijj:. .;."-.: ;he mire of deg ehood and send untruthful.-, and n. We hope lue 'iiKidfr his error and f behooves bim, who itered. to . sell his J for one thons&nd time Hon. Grant Our y a candidate oo the Demo cratic ticket for Delegate, while ,Hon.jJ25'reBt Porter was a can - aiduie for the fame position, aod the Star, the Demoratic standard-bearer, oft' ered, as above,, staled, for ODe .thousand dollars, to drupe Oury and : raise the name of Mr. .Porter. This : would have been a "jobbery" indeed,: hnv1 had Sir. Porter accepted the Lre, would have equalled the "job- igrs.'" Ew started by the Star in sending infamous lies to the. outside world. - He has prostituted bis trust, as press agent, to gratify some per ienal feelingi and should receive tlie condemnation of Presiden t Clee-i land's Cabinet. Miner, k ('lima JlesaLnd 4'rows Claras are very "abundant at the 7: fiiouth of of Frdzer Hi ver, Washing ton Territory. When the tide is out : ? the hogs that are pastured In the ad j ; joining; woods rush down the bank . and begin rooting in the sand for th luscious bivalves. No sooner are h hogs down.flie bask than i crows " light upon-thcir shoulders, ui, no sooner are the clams uncovered than the birds snatch tlitin and fly awyl -They get over a roek, and droiiping the clams," immediately dart rlowji after them. If the shells" are not broken the first time, they ascend higher and let them fall again S i Iteusa Jt'rmm kbe Appro priation Kill. V A Tr i tori; rihrA ud i tor,-.E. P. Clark, lias" permitted usto"cTrpy the. T6116w ing terns from'ihe appropriation bill: TerV tonal prison f 20,000 OQ Salary of Auditor 2,000 00 Salary of Ticasurtr.. 2 000.00 Safaj-y, oifBcel traveling and- printing laws for Super intendent of Schools. . ; ,?00 00 Salaries of UlUtrict Judges 3,000 00 Supreme Court expenses.'. 750 00 Rewards for criminals 5,000 00 Phobogiaphic reports., 0,000 00 Subscriptions for news papers for Territorial LI brary. 300 00 Pr't'g for Auditor's office. -' 250 00 Salary Attorney General.. 2,000 00 Extra compensation Attor ney General....- -5 .800 00 terj-ttoriah Library3.. . . .-i -1,000 60 iosmanee for Tirritorial Library. Distrilvulioitof puldie.iioc ' uments4.".;.f . . ICent of Territorial Library" Kent of fciovernor's oOices. Adjutant General's expn's- Supreine Court reports . Givern's private secretary. 118 00 ! 200 00 T20 00 1,200 00 1,000 00 1,550 00 1,100 00 li :i --. , : 150,488 00 i I.KGISI.ATIVE tXTENSKS. Stiai'oiiery. A ..!. . . -i 888 88 G.;S. Porter, rent of fur niture 50 00 Printing aiiiljut. wspapers ttt J. U, Martin 6.005.00 Printing and "newspapers.-"' to W. O O'JSei! 6,890 00 Printing journals, reports, j;tc. dr., aud newspapers to .1.11: . ariou . .'. 8.1S0 00 Kewspiipers to 'I crritoi ial Press 1,030 80 Clerk hij;e ami rent com- , luiHeerooiu. . . .: ; L 25,040 00 Pay to members 2,040 00 $54,017 08 Courier . InKCBlons Counterfeiting. - iSmirioiis bullion has been dectecN d at several points throughout the Country for some months past. Some o( Jit Jiaseen found in the United States minlj - It was k clever iniitii tion. buT ITwas immediately discov. ered. The counterfeit metal came to the mint from the a.ent of the Atlams Express company. The want t)f specific gravity attracted atten tion. It looked genuine and with stood the acid test. An analysis showed that it was . made of steel filings covered with fine' gold made to adhere by a composition- of tur. pentine. The deposits weighed about ten ounces each, Troy meas ure.. Col, Snowden "says it is the boldest attempt in gold counterfeit ing he has known in later years. Philadelphia Presf. : Fiehtlns . Thirtcentb. I As a Tatner singular coincidence, the session -which Iras just tnrown the mantle of office, honor and great ness from its brow, was organized on the thirteenth of January for the thirteenth time in Arizona. It ads journed on - the thirteenth and had thirteen tight. ! There was a tie, politically, in each branchy wad ; there - was equally as many married men in each house as tjherc were unmarried. Miner. ; Il was remarkable how honest and virtuous some of Our legislators got toward the close of the session, par ticularly the Ecnator from the north ero' district5, ' who lived across1 the street from the Council Chamber and put his hvilcagc bill in for 1700 mile and afterwards' on account of the prickings.of bis delicate conscience, made a motion to strike $000 from an honest bill whiih had been le gally contracted by . the legisl ative dy. Miner . '' ' f h r' From Saturday's Daily. Two neat dwellings nearly com pleted in Dcnni's addition.1 "v" ; The Hon. C- T. Hayden and fam ily are expected to return iO Tempe from the east in a few days. Mr... L. II. Orkne is expected home from Wabhingtou in a few days. He left for the west last Tuesday. By the new charter city - elections will be held on the firet Tuesday in May which.: this year comes on May 5. ' The MasoDS and Odd Fellows are about to erectTa stile .over the wines tery fence In order that the gates may be kept closed. ; Don't foi get that the Good Tern plar's dramatic club have in prepa ration a considerable lot of fun and music for the public. J. O.Martin, of the Jturnal, lias gone east with his family on a yisit. What a blessed thing a legislature is to some printers. Mr.: Robt. . Kern of the firm of Kern Luke is finishing up a neat residence on north Papago street just outside the city limits. The new charter requires all elec tors to have been residents of the city at least ninety days previous to an election to be eligible to vote at a city election. The delinquent tax sale by the county amounted to about $300. Somewhere near $1,000 remain de linquent and are probably among the uncollectaWle taxes. Mrs15. Seibert, 71 N. Broadway Baltimore, Maryland, says she was very much annoyed with a cold and could get ntf -'reliefr E Finally Red Star Cough Cure was recommended. A. few doses cured her. After Sunday School at 9 :30 at the Ceuter street ; Methodist Church South, regular services will be con ducted by ' the Rev. Mr. Chapman. Services in the evening at the usual hour. '. ' ; . ; The principle use a tobacco chew er has for his slobber in the summer time is to keep the fttes off his chin " -ill shirt front. Thev wont (ouch '?uose localities when properly doc- iwpbIpw H I The Services 'ftt: the Washington St. M . E, rjiurcb for tfwnioVri.w Mi, . ' "" I .". : i Infill sermon by Rev-.A- A. olms, .11 a, m class fleeting 12 in; Sunday school, 2:30 b. ni.'r.short'sermon on "A call ror' ai O fiVcer." 7 :30 p. in. , The jmb lic isi invited.w'i ' -l :ii:itii i A I ....-. . .,; . Out of tliirtj' eight appointments recently made by Governor -Tritle twelve of tliehi ' WeVe" "Democrats. This1 would not seem Ths though', the Gcvrnar was as bitterly partisan as some of the Democratic members of the Hotise of epreseiVlatiVtj'S.Vi-' ner.) , ..... ...1, . ci. , . Mjr. J.H. Burger returnd y ester day from a trip to west Humbug dis trict. He reports the hills full 'of prospectors aDd man y of them c-ricn-Ine up some veryrieh and' valuable leads. , nq predicts that that section of country will at once.. de,veop Jhe greatest activity in 'mining aud says that it will be fully justified."' The number of miners already ia:,th,cre at work is 'astonish ing 'to-- outsiders, aiid they all seem to be dotng'"well. The llassayampiy'placcv mirfcsare alive with men-thjs . winter ., and spring aiut.o. grcidt . al , ot gold Is bcinir tiken out. A similar business in '52, in California wouidlIave brought in thousands .of . men from the eastern stales'; ln-revery little at- tention is paid to the matter; even old miners let the chance , si ip by with scared n-irtsslng thought where once they would1 liave'-houldered their pick, shovel mid pan in a mih- ute and starred' out for the diggings. i As I was walking home pne eyen iiir last week Ironi a theater I was apptoached lij' a small beggar girl a ragged .little' thing of nine' or ten years.;j "Hi use niigtor give me a dime." "What for?" "For mv little brothers and sisters." .This said in tlie most plaintive Iihips. ""How many have yoii "g6?" '"Thcte aie seven of us. and . mamma is. isick." "Stvehl What on earth did she have so many children for?" .This query I meant to be a mental one, but the little thing thought I was asking her "Because she is blind !" ! irave the required dime. Ex. TELEGRAPHIC. : "TnC rABTXlt BANK. Vs .. ? t New Vokk, March 21. In the trial of ex-presideut Fish,, of the Marine bank, to day M. II; Gilch rist, the bank book-keeper, testify that on April 17th the directors had shown ttiat the account of Grant & Ward was overdrawn $143,045, and that, the information .. was in the book devoted to avcragiog daily ba lances. Two checks for $175,000 were charged to the Special account on April'ITlh, 'but witness did not know wether they were charged to the general , account .of Grant & Ward or not. Carston Sieck, a di rector of the bank, testified that' he" never knew of apy loans being made without collateral being put up; did not know of any cr edi t ,6' t G ran L & L. Ward nntil nftr ihu -r uliire" "orrriel bank, nor did he know ntil-vnen that Fish was a member, of the flrm of Grant fc Ward.- . - THE CHCUpl OKGAN-- OS . J.YUAMT, Salt Lake, March 21 The church o rgan breaks silerice tonight tor the first tihW 4n! theirumot of the earn ing abrogation of polygamy at' the spr ing conference, It argues auainst it, but does not absolutely ' deny it admiltiL-g at tlie same lime tlia a portion ot the church ' favors' ihe step. It closes a long editorial say ing: The faithful who seek, loi know and do the will of God' will not be shaken of their purpose, neither will they abandon their . religious prin ciples in whole or part under any kind of pressure. ' They will hold to their inV-grity in the full expectation of sooner or later beholding the sal vation of God. TltKATIKS KATIKIED. Washington,- March 20. Senate in executive si-ssion has ratified the treaty with the Khedive of Egypt and convention relating to the bourn. dary line between this country and Mexico. The treaty with the. Khe dive extends to the United States the same commercial piivfleg.es which Great Britain enjoys by virtue "of the treaty made about a year ago. The treaty uiadc with Mexico recognized the principles of the international law in the settlement, of disputes which ma3' oecur over the changing bed of the Rio Grande river. ENTRAIj AMERICA. Washington, March 20. Rear Admiral Junette, commanding . the North Atlantic squadron, to-day tel egraphed Commander Clark of the Alliance, at New Orleans, instruct ing him to proceed to Carthagena and Barraquillaf jUnited States' of Colombia, and protect Aun riean in- tereita jn, tfintcum!t.ry. during tlie present disturbed condition of affair. The dispatch ir forms Commander Clark that vessels beloging to Amer ican citizens which have- been seiz ed by the insurgents without com pensation, may lie forcibly recover- ed. ItATKS ADVANCE. i Sas Frakcxsco, March 20. In view of the probability of war be tween England and Russia, insurs ance rates have advanced one quarter per cent, on cargoes sLipped from this port to Liverpool and Queens town in British ships: It is believed rates will further advance in a few days. , $4,000 HEWAKD.. f, :' Sak ; Frakcisco, : March. 19 The Examiner's ; Tombstone, ; Arizona, special says superintendent E, C- Alcott of tbe St." Helena mine,; Las Delicias, Sonora, arrived to-day in search of J. W. Smith, confidential clerk, who absconded on the 9Ji of the month with a gold bar valued at $13,000, which he was carrying to Hermosillo. Smith left the mne with the bar for Hermosillo, and striking the railroad at Zampato, shived oil his mustache, changed his clothes and I boarded the train for "Nbnief'. ?"Hc has not been seetfor heard of since. The company offers $4,000 for his arrest and. the return ' otibf. bttlltnn. I . "Tlnj Phoenix Temporancc Society lr ejected the following ofticeis for .the, ensuing turn, b ginning with March:,.- Preside ui, T. W. Hine First! ,V-irc Piesidi n, J. R. Simms Secoiul. Vtce.Picsiiierit,' S. II. Jack' man; Secretary, J. M. Shott; Choris ter, E.S. Hershev; Oreanist, Miss JennS- :Linville; Treasurer,- Joseph Gneg'. ' Executive Commiltce: Rev. W. Culfee, Thos. 'M" right, Miss Nellie Rosson. Financu Committee J. M. Gregory, J. M. Oeighton, Miss Ada;Wlmrton - .IIKIH RWCMB.:-... i Headache, fever, chills, malaria dyspepsia, cured by "Well's Health Rencwtr." $1. General Grant's salary during life. as General of the Army m there- tired list, will be $13,500 anually. Ued-ltota, Ulet.. Flies, Ror.ches,Snts,- bed bugs ials... mijco, gophers, chipmunk. cleared out by "Rough on Rats ."15c. A stranger passed about twenty counterfeit sliver dollars in Gold Hill. Nevada, last week. Tho conns terfeit. is.'a good imitation. ' ", ,j i "; '::'.'"iTilii"leotHe". "Well's Health Renewer" restores health and - viuor, cuies-Dys pepsin impotei ce, Sexual Debility. $!.''' - Between book loversr 'Say;:old lellow, 1. na me this book.". "Sorry, but L .can'l" do it . Nobody ever re turns a book he lias borrowed. Just look -at n:y lilrurv there -.a! I .bori- rowed books !'T ' """" -' ' 1 h I! ii - f the Xai i . Children si w in (!( v'eliip'h eiit puny,., scrawny, aid delicate, - vise " AV ell's Heulih K newer." - ihti Arizona anal Company Hereby announces that " It will sell water lor the ensiling year in Such quantities as niay be desired, in any part ot tlie ; i SALT RIVER VALLEY South of its Canal ami east ; Agitit Fi iu. f the Applications should be iiihiIc 'With out delay as iiiey win ue :onsiderud by llie eoni- puny in the order u ; which they are presented. The application MUS'r be made in W KITING, stating the JNamo and Address of the appIK '"" canti a jtleBcriptioij of; s the latid Oir ?vLlch : it is to be used. Tbe quantity of water desired must i .- -; ? ; j s ; ; lie stated : ? Rates will hereafter be fixed by the Company, and applicants will not be 'bound to take water until they are notified of the price, and agree thereto. Address all appli cations to CLARK CHURCHILL, President, Phoenix; Arizona. Robt. Steinegger Washington Street, Be low the Postofflce, PHCENIX - - ARIZONA. Former Assayer for Central Arizoaa Mining Co., Vulture. TERMS RlASONAdLE! ASSAYS RELIABLE! ARCADE Having leased- this Fine Brewery I am fully prepared to'supply tlie people of Salt River. Valley with the finest. j". the Keg or Bottle. Crrders promptly filled.- ,.. MICHEL WURCH.' Arizona Nursery, (ne-half mile S. E. Plioenix.: Fruit and Ornamental Trees '. OS" Al.V KIXJIS. r ... . , .. True to ane, anil Keliuble. also "; ; " Shrubs, to, - Shads -TreesJ: EtfH .lie Furnished to order if not on" hand i D. TURNER, Man age r- NEW SALOON Fine Liquors A Spe ialty TOM SHERMAN, Prop. Southeast Corner Washlnetonaud Oen te : s ; .:)(';' ; BACON and LARD ....AT 1 5 Cts. per Pound -'- :...,.AT GRAY'S irRCI, One Mile Sontii of Town. C. H. CRAY. Stearns & Kirkland ForwarJiDi ;flinissioii " Maricopa.A. T. ! BREoIERY hipping Mark, 8. & K, H. S. BRIDGE & CO i IIIIIIIILORS. FIITE SHIETS MADE ! TO ORDER- 131 MONTCOME RY ST , S A fj' f R A N CISCO, C AL. 1 ' I 'Samples and Rules for Self Measureie- , sent on application, , THE LATEST GOODS H. GOLDBERG, -o u o t3 m o a 3 55 M " c oi b. k - 2 a -o K0Q - . S J a5"5J gfja a .-T .-""S -rga- S S g rltlillllliiit2iilllll4illlllil"ifl ! !-- hi-rf ,- .! tr . 1 f P.,u..-, j, "ohS,S 2 .:,- f ri 'i, It: t A Sj-tis-i-is t-5 :w.lV,g VJ - U": . r-fjm rS83? pS - Wis- i sA. ailao " ! Mi, i . , - ' ... t m i: -st-t :. m c.iii t. .... it-'- S - f - - f - 1&" -. . 4 EU - CJ " "" " -- ' ' .. i.ro -.i.J:.i I '";' I'attern. i-yual m'anytfcl A. :.".TIIK:.il''l riHi:4r NewsDealeES i Having arranged with an Eastern Agency tor T885 ' "aiid' 'fM16:hi! years, is prepared to fmni:-h sub scriptions f;r -'ill the leading' News Papers aod .Periodicals. American, British, French, German, .ilt.-iliw, Russian, Scandinavian, etc, at pub- ishers prices, pustpnid. . . ;.is News Depot 2d Door lEast " --.' ;'' ti- r.. of Postorocev..;'i I ! I V liOIT lJt:J TGHRSII J. J- S WEE1TEY, & CO- NVlioleeak; aind Retail De:iIei5iD Beef; Port Veal, Ifttton;. Etc PHCENIX, A. T. Corner ot VVashington & Center Stf HOTEL LEMON Iv. r. L ' Wight, prop PHOENIX, AKIZONA. Havinc olilained entire control of tl.is fOraiiJlR; FOOTED, It will l,n; cniuliicteil as a first-class liou.se in every respeet... ... The Leading Hotel in Phoenix ... New. .Clean : Beils,. Finest Table 'Set in Arizona- Bar Supplied" witlr the J3osti : - . .... . . . . 1 I . , J ji(p.iors ami. ...igars. p NEW SAW MILL . F.l W . I'I KTIh Pros. . . . Two ami anl one-half miles so ill of Prescoit. A.-T,,: . Merchantable, Clear Surfaced and Ilustic Lumber, Matched , Flooring, t'asiing.s, Mouldings, ! Panelings and Shingles ! OF THE FINEST QUALITY Having now completed and j 1 ill lull upeitttiuii, my now oiinr mill, I am prepared to fill or ders for, "' ""' j I n short, ev eTything iiv ni line for .tljfi.;c.piptTCM j ' First-class' Bui Id ngs." TKltJIs. , -asl n . yy' All orders sent by mail or through the 'merchants promp attention. GEO. CUBTIS. mm -t ...... i ....ti.,;, Ageitc'for "Phoenix". Kl Ll M.VK Ol? ISASIPL.KS ss-' oc 'ol fc. H? o e a (4 SSwfcW ""frnlit f4fn SisTn MtPticonly $1 8 Each machirncon tiling a full ?et of at tachm nt., Tho fur jitn'r1 : i? hlacfc waf niU. w th drop-leaf tah.e. f iv draw era niirt ctJvf r-box When ;jcrated for t liipirent it weichs MO loniulrtj freight wirtun miles 01 " ( hicapo f from 75c i . . . .fit 50; to to the East ern and Southern State. from $1 t $3; to Ihe 'pa'CiAc' Cb&4t faom 8"" to $7 Every niachiiio guaranieeil to. give satisfaction rir may be return-tl ar.ti money refunded. Thonsaii!- of other specialties iu 8tme pniiortion. .'ireularft free. Addre. , CH CA60 SCALE CO,, . : ; ; , . . .,, , , Chicago, HI. ELEGANT 1 J, EjffELRY, O .''Fine "E"i: ffraviiie.a.r''. ' 'Israki... 3In.i-.KR's Jeweler's Emporium. t '', : " ' ' PiiOExrx, Arizona-. : .ST All work warranted. S3 . i. AS VV ; Ti Whh1'- l'Uoeoix . News Depot,' opposite ' ' 'he' '--Posto-fHoe Washrht'tof ." ' -u.:- Pain & Creigliton Architects AND Shop and office cor . Montezu-r ma and Jefferson streets, : (Opposite Smith's .Mill) . Phoenix - - Arizona R E. FARPINGTON&CO F0 . WARDINGT0N AND - Commission' Merchants " ' ATCIV bgA-LlrKS JN - ' GEfJEfiAL' MERCHANDISE Ma-icopa and Phoenix. -Ariz. War prepare'd to haniile 'freiijnt and .;.-liLftv kuochineiytoti shor.t.iujUce.. . . i'avh alviiiw.innile on-Wonli &ui lliilea. '"Marit - ddrer - - , (... FAltK(UT , PlAHOS ITin famous Knabe Pianos f (TIie excel Itnt Hardman Pianos!; The popular and best medium priced - PEASE and IHVlKa PIAKQS T - j vi . ... '"The' Into vtvled " ' - -: i ! ' I .t . .. . ... , : . Tlie(eelebrated STANDARD ORGANS I . ' ' - r ' j ro all fully -warranted and sold to rtiliabje parties on the easy install ment plan. Tuning gratis. For particulars as to terms' and for IN lnstrated catalogues, apply to- the Hgent for Arizona, ..u... i A. Rbdkuill, Vallejo, Cal. P. O. Box 64. - en A " IMAft 1J 1 - 1 - I . ; t im. MINTIE, "" (SPEClALISTiAND GRADUATE,) -"r No. 1 1 KearnyEStreet, San Franc SCO Pal. Tit EATS AU. CHKONIC, SPECIAL AND Pit I.VATE S EA8 KS W IT H .If O!) , l i DEIIFUL 'SUCCESS. " the! dRMMM.Ipr. ' ' i ivnTsfTtj. .cure for.-, Nenrous ' 5" -tt'S5i&:,i: jDebility , Exhaust 'Cv vi matorrlioea, loet ImooJ Vi&jtency. Paralsyis, I 1 t t . i. II ..... 11 . ' .. A&d' aH- the tcrr-i-. bl t etFects of lelFabttBE.ytrathJ- Jfol follies, and exr aceBeee in matarer Sunri ttQCQ as iuh ui memory, Liaesiiuutv octaroal Smiseioo, avereion to society. Dimness of vis-.on, noises m the heed, the vital II n id passing nnobserred in tbe Urine anduitujy ottur diseases that lead to in sanity and death. Dr-Mintie Wilt agtee tafarfeit Hve Hun? dred Dollars for a case of this kind the Vital Kestorative (Under his special adTice and treatment) will not oare, pi for any thing impure or Injurious found in it. Dr Mintae'treats all private Dise&see.-e-neeeaft.. tully; without mercury. Consultation fre.;. A thorough examination And advice,' in . eluding anaiyet" of urine, $5, .. Price f Vital Kestorative$1.50a bottle, dri'ouriimes the quantiry, $5.00; sent to any address npon eceipt of-ricc. or ,C. O. D. aecur. from observation and id privato name.l deiiredy A.-E. Mintie.Ttf T.', N. 11 Rear--ny 8tSan Francisco. A'at- Mainple bottle wnt rt-ee on appli cation by letter stiitini; yraptoms.sex anil age." Communications strictly Confiden tial.. "' ' " " '" ' .- I...... Dr Mintio's Koni(T ;Kihidy Nkphreti cum, cures all kinds of idneyan.t bladder Complalnt8,GonorTbea,ileet. Leooorrohea For sale by all druggists; $1 a bottle; Six bottles, $5. ' Dr. Mintie'a Dandei.iok Pills are the best and cheapest Dyspepsia and bilious cure lj f Uo" marke:. For vale by- all ncgisla, ,, , .,(, ; anl-llf ' I tchins. Hiles - Myniptoina and ('nr. The symptoms are moisture, like per spiratian, intense itching. . increased by scratching ; very distre8inK. ititticulftr ly at irrchr; iiwecms s tl'piu worms .wore, ccawljiig in and. about the rectum; the pr vate parts are; uoiiiutinii-s aft'ected. If allowed toi contiiiuts.verv er'nHis re ults my follow. SWAVSK'S tilNTMl'-S r is a plrasant and stir.; cure. Also, for Tetter. ;Itch. Sait-ltht-nm, -caltt-Head. Krvsipe ns. Barbers' Itch; Bion lies, nll scaly. 'Crustv Sb.n Diseases.-, llwx.. by mall. J cts': 3 for Addriss. DR. SWATNE A SON; Phila.. Pa. Sold Viv Draggists. moil tu wed ft i & w (i JL"M: shriver, CONTRACTOR. -Affn- ui Icier. Plans and Specificfttious Fur I ;., . - ..: nished.. Estimates Made on. All. Kinds i ..of Buildings, ,j Hcfidence- northwest corner o Adams ml M iricoun street Phoenix. Arizona. Brand, of , . A.H.WORMELL Hole In the right ear of all Cattle, Hofn anil Sheep Maricopa Co., Arizona. Fine Seed Aitlcbokes. m quantities t f Buit purchAser, htthe RaiiCii dT' WM. BARNETT & S0K3, MESA CITY. Best Hog Feed Grown. Valuable for Table Use. Leave orders at the itore of CEO, Fv COATsi Ffcoeiiix, Cabinet Saloon J. R. LOOSLEY. Finest I-iquors in Arizona Corner Washington and Center St.' BETTER THAN MID. US , IN HOT WATFR. i i yOlCSALB AT TIIETr ,, i Ijai'tieii'ditil Di'us tore .' . . ! , ...t ,.l .. ,i. ., ,,l..t I Sole Agents for Plioenix, A. , T.i j O. J. TITIBODO,,M i.D . APOIHCAUT, AND DEALlili IN ' DRUGS, MEDICINES, AND TOILET ARTIC : Perfumerjr, Brushes; etc. ' . Opposite the Pogtoflice. Phoenix Nursery. ' West Washington Street. PHOENIX : ..... ARIZON A, Fruit asi Ormmsntal Trses cf All Hinds -.; Grape- Cuttings, Ete. . , r at lowest cash prices: ; ' R E . FiEirrihtoh , Proprietor. -ii is?. y y l " SEED ARTICHOKES KEARNY ST SFCti. rQSTABLISIIED FOB THE SCIENTIFIC AND hPBKDCVKE OF.X'HllOSIC, Jf JSKVOCS , AD BeactM. Diseases. T Vrf.IALLEN, AS IS WKI.L KNOWN. IS x' A regular 'graduated Ptrysioia-n. and Bureooii, educated at Bowdoin Collcee and University oi Mlefican. He has deJ voted- a lifetime to, ami in ecUnowledeed to bd I ho most expert ' Surgeon ifi Bis spvclinlty on the Pacific Coat. YOUNG MEN" And MIDDLE-AGED Si EN', who are' snf terio Irotn theetTeclfl of Youtiifu-. Jjitjia orci)B6 or Excesses in maturer years. Nervous and Physical. Debility, Impo-; TENcy, manhood, coniuaion oiiueas dull tySi avereion to socWty, ltwpondL-u-cy. pimples on the face, loes ol energy, and memory, freqncncyiof urinating etc. Remember that by a combination of Vegetable Hemediks of. great xurative power, the Doctor ba; so arranged n8 treatment that nt-nty- Aftoid-lai . mediate relief but permanent cure. ' II r IIoMpilnl KxiorieiwC4 t .-. (Having been surgeon, in charge of two loading li6pitait tnableB mc to truat all ?rivi .trouble with excellent resnlts. wish it distinctly understood that 1 do not cltiim to perform impopeibilitier, or to iiavo miracn'.ous or aiipernatural power. I clttim only to b skiUtul antl successful uyeiciau and SihrgeOn, THonOtroHi-Y fn forineU in my specialty, ,t r , liHeaHH of Mau. All applying to me'Will reoeirtf my bon est opinion of 'heir complaints No ex perimenting. I wiM guarantee a -positive enre in every cape I undertake, or forfeit $l;000-ti;onsutltaiion in in y office or by letter pbke and etrictly private. Oharpee reasonable, ; Thorough examiuation, ln cludinir chemical and microscopical anal, ysis of urine -and- .advice, $5.00..,. r Office hours 9 to k daily. 0 to 8 evening ouuu(nv to ix uniy.. - -au uruurcus . t - Kearny fttrtTt, San ?ranci8eo.i Cal, i Jit-mem be r.thi pocttir hue a Vejr tatkli" l'oniouiil, the ret-tilt of many years, t1 fSpeciai; practice And hard study, which, tiuaet his special advice," has tie v-" er failed of success in the curt' of lOMt Manliooil, lrOHtutorrli-a, ft o. 4 ; OA)-lV-tf r'iri-. dDr.Liiebig LsJ 1 iivalr IMiM-uar.v. CO, I 111. 1SS ollli in tbe be Uiutt-u- SMltt-8, .WhOSf I.1FB LONO KXPKiuKKCE, perfect inblh-' qk and pur merticine in sniie stebdV a'nil 'i'EHMAJ (:lironic and iVfervo:rs i I?- i(t!((. . ,ftectlons ol tlie Blood. Skin, Kidneys-. Blad- a,Q der, Eruptions, Ulcers. Old bores.ow 11 g oiineuianas. T, Sores. Wo lb.. Throat, Bone C3 Pains, permanently cured T .aLci. iteratlicaled from th.e , system for life, " 1 NERVOUS Impotency,' tf Decay, venta. 'and h'vslc-' orv. Wcnk Eyes, siunted J)eveliri)Oicnt,inuediinent8 t( MarriagK, cc. front Kxcppse? or Yonih- and Privately mi red. Younff llitilie Aged ' and Old men, and all vru ne-'tl medical skill and experienre, L.-jiiult the old Euro pean Physician at onw. His opinion oatft iMMhiug, and njajr save future miu ery an., shame Vh'U inconvenient to vfait 'lh ; city tor: trea nient, medicineft can be s; at everywhere bv express, free from ottM'i vntion. It is relfeTident that a pUyeioin.wLo, .gives bis; whole at-, tention to a clusn of di?cates attains great k.ill; and physicians throughout , the country, knowing this, frequently rec ommend difficult cases to th : Oldipwtr SpectnllMt. by whom every Known ffootl remedy is used. Th Doctor's A are and Experience make h;s opinion of supreme imporianre. Those. Wihtcl If 09 jppne -bu the Doctor. Consuitatione free "and red ly Confidential- Gases which have failed in obtaining reiiei leewhere espe cially solicited, Femal diseaef nccees fully treated. Tlie Doctor wil'V aerree to forfeit )S1,000 for a cape ui dertakn, not cared. Call or write. Hoar&l Daily, trom 9 a. m. to 4 p in. ; to. ft, eveninss; Sundays, MMol&only. Send lor he Sariitarist Guide to liealth" vent free. A-d dress as above. . BTThe service of the cen-bratea Ola German Phveioian; Dr. O. AMIS UD. from Sraustnrg,l have been s cured at the LJJEiilO 'DTSPiSSSAKY-. His fame -aft ft specialist fordieoasos of men i universal ly known, and hundreds a:e dailv avail ing i4iemsclvts a' tbeoppof.uuiiy ot free consultation, versonally or by letter, in an lancuagen. ... i . B.iu;'H . Yondi'iful 4'iinan I n vigrorator Penman en? ly 'prevents :all Unimtural Loffi- es irora tn system, uues tuo nerves, BirerigtlieDe ' the muecles, '' checks -the waste. invigora'ejJ the whote syeteni, and restores the aillicted to Health and Hap piness.1 - " ' .'-- ..; f : 'the reason so many cannot pet cured oi Seminal Weakness, Voss of Manhood, etc. In owing to a complication. called PROS TaTOkkH EA with H YPERAETHEyi A,L which requires, peculiar treatment. Dr. Liiebig's Inviporator' i th6 'only positive cuiefQR PKOiSTATOKRH E A. with pecul iar Specaf Treatment, tised at llEBIG DISPENSARY. - : , . i Price of Inviirorator C'ae ol six botfes,"$10, Sent to any address-, wv eiea seKUxejy Jroin oogervation. ; Most powerful electric "belts' fieeltopa-' tients; " '- - .0 . .,..(.,, ... 4 '1 o prove :ih Wonderful Power of the iNVIGOKATOlt; ;" ; A n.i JiottJf 4iven or Nent Free, Consultation Free arid Private. : Call, or address; ... . . , i Dr-.Idebic'r Wonderful Magnetic lleal ern or Self ATagnatisera the greatest car tivc inveiilion of the age. iCvery man or woman can cow be their own Magnetic Healer. Itcan be ufed without the . aid of a profesyioual haud rubb r. const quently no.oig fets to. Day;, .prjee $,'.00, complete; Sold only at the Dr. Ltebig Dis pensary, ri 1 4? , . - f ui:itH; niMF.HitY, if 400 Geary htreot fcfan Franeico.iCai. private entrance 405 Map on Steely fou blocks up Geary street from Kearny . Main entrance thraugc Dispensary .Drug, tore. rpWKNTY-FlVEyeare I of wactical eineri- . CI1LC 111 I HQ ujjui.ai UUOI t,. iiumi riia uma uir, ujjuu n mere exaTiiLnui ion 01 me .(Byes, to a.dupt specticle wnicn win lmuieiiiuieiy reflieoy- any -'Minting - deface, ot vision, Tljoiiands of people have thpir eyes jier tuanentlv"iiiiarea by -nrleet aftd by ptir ehaiinir ilasKua Inom 1 ncoHipet.ent and in exterienred persons, which iniu'ry ir'rail uaflyiBcreaw and L-ventually cains tha Bjjb,!;. Tlie eye, beinp the moat delicnt of organizaiionil. Hieeds' sk-ttl." cari-"tvfl prompt attention lo preserve it, and, -1 re commend all persons not to delay, lut to call antl btvn their eyes examined free oi charge and spectaclee proper. y adjusted neoesftiy.' Fine stock of Optical Gppd8, .('has. Fiplfl Opera and Spy Glasses, , X . J1.X.AS!k', Optlriikn." " , -ill Keamv St., San Francisco. J iRfi!$ REWAR ' The iiboVe" reward 'will: be .pai3' for the ( (i'ecbVetiyi of. the body Qf.;.GuV..G(ol(i-;' man " 2GoLMAN.(fe Co. -1 : ' ' : Phttenix' A j Ti C FEED, I LIVERY SALE STABLE. Cor. Jefferson and Ceoter Sis.- One l)lock-Mntli of th& Herald offlc-e P-HOEN IX,' AHIZONAw First:class Turnouts- of all , " Kinds, With or with out Drivers. " HERRICK & CO. 1 Props. lifl'. ; ". .. mm. -1 '. - .i -y 1 .. L 1 i;ioo 100 i"jast what its name implies y a jhirelr Vegetable "Cocipomid, thai acts directly upon r; curing thetoany diseases a thatlni portant organ, and ting the no merons ailm arise T W -.V. 1 Kits twig from us derauged'or tipn, jBnck'os Dyspepsi, Eiliocsnesa ariaSicTt-lieadaclie, It is .therefore fl tnusnapiAt ." To have Uood Healta DB. 8AHrOED'3 1IVEE INVIGOEATOS- ' Invfeoratea tlicr Liver, Regulates Uw Bowr eU, Strengthens the-. System, Purifies tho Blood , Assists Digestion, Prevents Fevers. ' ' Is a Household Need. ' Ji Iavaluable Family Medicine for common complaints. 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A---t:i...JUf- lis Four ' Points 1 i r-.i .-.i.Lr r l l r iurrIiA?rft exaininlttg Into th : V'K . n io.h n iwtfw arc. . , .. j -Tir ACTiCN, ' : " DURABILITY." it t ' CAPACITY AND FSKISH. :l (!.. -Jr- aliial.Ii- t iiliaes are cmhoiliiU to 2 I . , Manufactured by the CLEVELAJflji EDBBER COMPANY CLEVELAND, OHIO.. . CABINET. 1 l to t 7 ! To ttu -a ' - Iloopcr bnildinK, ' " 'FftTlor saloon. . next tu ' .. 1 I Jrenls"',' '35"50cf.'or fb'shrs j i epnred to 'Oraer.' CIil Ff s RESTAURANT Wasliiiigtori Street, oppo site C-ourt Uuuse, has run for five years. OLDEST and BEST Eating House ' " in Town. " Sets iest taiile in the city. " Sinirle meals Tbrei mral tickets.