. 2. IK)
OTKICK FOB AlVKHTI9INO
on a It- M hI! II: e Principal
- .Vi-nrie In ! n Kranciscc
'out. employe or other person
:d to contract bill en account
,r t-x-vi on written order ot
ion of Phornix. - -MM0
York State lias umk'itaktii
!e tliroigh its Legislature
ldrca sh all not visit skating
fOSK's t.aity in- Virginia is
A as broken up. It was com-
of mrcratic anil lirpulili-
lrf. seems to lie a way of get
t the secret sessions of the
e. and the ilignifieii senators
xceeiliogly stirred by the
cation of some of their business
to the public eye look 118
5I1 the stately gentlemen i
nt considerably when they sup-
l they were behind the door.
if. editress of the Holbro'K
r ties a millstone about the neck
lo Mttrtr nl th Si .ToTins JTernJd
"Vt iuto the en. Weal-
kBro. Heiil had r-lionl-
ill to know better
.cxjjitit it took
h scrpect to beguile.
lions arj however, that
paste pot manipulator
,0 live at ' Ic'ut another
1 or friend Hiu'hes
I other Ocmocrat than
r will be the Gov-
i u the expiration
rm of oftice, he is
r that he
psc of it
f.ls think ol
fnor? To be
itiitor of a couu-
afmall town and
it. ' he. over fifteen
per year, but
1 is a first class
kis EO I
in itii-r which wil I
tins: i.f nnyoue
quires into the Vif-Sinl that is
that tiiere i no oppo. ition Hnd no
giowlinir on the part of the pro
ducers of t Ii c vciiley concerning the
railroad proposition. Those who
have wheat, hay, barley, fruit, hogs,
cattle and farm products to dispose
of have uo objection to any means
thai will brliii; them transportation,
quick ami cheap, and this the raii
roait people have promised and will
without doubt fulfill
1)k.Y. V. HriKiE.- the indomi
table pusher in the development of
the Ithaca O'onselidaied .'oup of
mines on Cave Creek i again with
us. The doctor has at length over
come every obstacle that has been
thrown in In- way by designing and
scheming men who soiiuhl. oYten
by 1 lie most disreputable means, to
wrest the valuable propi rty which
he represents from him, and to rob
him ol his money used 111 develop
ing the mines in every shape and
form. The Doctor bus stood suit
after suit, ami even mftVieil impris
onment in Chicago 011 charges
trumped up by his enemies, but lie
has swept them .ill aside, and with
the eourajre and success of a man
who knows no defeat, he elands to
day triumphant in his undertaking
and the Jtlinea Consolidated mines
are a success and arc turning out the
bullion, an argument in his favor
sliat cannot be gatnsnyed. Or.
Hick ion has been straightforward
ami conscientious from the begin-uir.g-in
all his dealings, intending
no wrona to M'V man, and we pre
dict that if he retains his health a
a few years he will convince his
bitterest foes of that fact and de
velope on.? of the most valuable
mining properties in Arizona.
JiDc.K Hayse. of Tncscn, has
pledged himself to "bust up" the
Maricopa courts' railroad scheme, so
we understand on the best of author
ity, claiming thst the issuance of the
bonds is not constitutional, or some
such sort of thing. Now the fact of
the business is that there is a ring,
several of the members of which wc
niieht name, who have set about a i
scheme to extract blood money from
Mr. Salisbury; a low down black-
mailing scheme which is 10 be cars
tied on under color of building a
lailioad lo Phoenix Ly way of Flor
ence front Tucson, in which 51ari-
copajs to iieip; but It isuoposed to
ruin o'.ff. chanee f""r r. :.'id'" any
place and the road to jucsou will
never be built. In fact ft" would be
utter foolishness for the people t;
attempt to parallel the Southern l'as
cifie road by an opposition; then
to be sure they would raise rates on
our valley and use every means in
rSieir power to crush us out. How
evtr, it is not the intention of this
clique to build such a parallel road ;
it means that Salisbury shall br
blackmailed, and we warn our citi
zens tli it they may be aware of the
nature of this nefarious business. It
means no railroad; it means the an
tagonism of the Southern Pacific pec
pie: it meansablack mailall around.
Tlie Salt IJiver Vall-.v.
A glimpse at the future of Arizona
as an agricultural country is afforded
the traveler whose good fortune casts
his lines along the classic banks of
the Rio Salinas. Less than a score
of years ago where lay a desert un
broken save by a solitary stage sta
tion here and there, to-day lies an
emerald expanse more precious than
ever graced the jewel case cf Kaiser
or King. To those familiar with i
the history of the creation and ,
growth of ihe community, it is easy 1
to realize the cause of its prosperity. ,
Founded by the energy of a few j
esolute workers who with rude im-
eniftBfs5-Inostly of their own ui-in-
facture "took out" the first ditch,
rying a few hundred inches of
ter, sufficient to irrigate less thau
usand acres of land, the boun-
es of the desert have been time
n beaten back until over a
million acres of the finest
s, and property
;o, would have
ue by the h un
.en and twenty
on it at
c else can
r ot a
J valley of
yJ ,u I rwinj
i- Ine Jllllll K - FV1'J t, maun I
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Vekol Mixes, March 25, 1885.
Editor Herald: This mine is
situated thirty miles south of Casa
Gracde, in one . of the numerous
foothills that jot this vast desert;
altitude about 2..500 feet and under
the direct influence of the gulf current-
The weather iias beeu delight
fully ccol, and occasionally a little
more so. There ate no streams
within many miles, jet within a
short distance of this place we saw
forty acres of belter wheal than we
ever saw in the Salt River valley.
This is cultivated by nu indepen
dent tribe of Pituas, and is an index
for the future of Arizona's agricul
ture. The Vekol (Oid Giandmother)
was discovered in 18t0 by Mr. J. O
W alker, and is owned by Mr. J. D.
Walker & Bio. The ore is chiefly
chloride. Development commenced
in the following August. The silver
product of two meu the fust day was
$59. The ore- is assorted at the mine,
and th; best is shipped 'vast for re
duction, -averaging at least tfoOO pel
ton. There are more than 0.O11O tons
of second class ore which will aver
age 50 per Ion now on the dump .
There is a ten stamp mill here, but
owing to a failure of the parlies to
comply with their contract the Wal
ker Bros, have not received it. lint
we are 'told the ore wiil Lot spoil
and thai it is a safe iuveslimut as it
now lies upon Ihe dump. About
forty men are employed, chiefly
Mexicans and Indians. The quantity
of ore appears unlimited. There is
hut little waste labor. The south ex
tension is a continuation of the Ve.
The fiini mils a store well stocked
with staple goods and many luxnr-.
les, which are sold nt about Salt Riv
er prices. The boarding house is
supplied with the best viands the
market affords. Complaints are un
heard of liy the men. The propriet
tors are at all limes ready to pay
cash for labor when due. Daring a
sojourn of several weeks we have
not seen an intoxicated per-on. The
water for camp use is obtained at a
well two miles distant, depth 15 feet.
The supply s abundant.
Ve predict that 011 some future
day this property will rank amongst
the first in the Teriitory . The ore
is abundant, tua sih'e? is in it and it
is free milliug.
A Sun special froyi Boston Rays :
Business men in this vicinity who
handle large quantities of subsidiary
silver coin are considerably dis
turbed by the occasional detection of
genuine counterfeit half dollars,
which it is judged must be in very
extensive ciicalatiou They, call
them genuine tjounttrfeits bewir
when properly coined they are iden
tical in size, weight and composU
tion with those from government
mints. It is only by meaus of au
occasional tliw in the coinage that
they ure detected, and It is therefore
impossible to estimate the quantity
of them in circulation. Counter
feiting of this sort is exceedingly
profitable when done on a large
scale, and detection is practical!'
impossible if neeersaiy precaution
are taken .
It is not at all surprising that
crooks, who recently stooped to
counterfeiting pennies should make
this a brauch of their work. Bullion,
at the value of one dollar in subsid
iary silver coin, is oniy 77 cents. A
23 per cent margin of profit makes
quite an indiK-emeiU4.fcauniejJjiit-.
ers, and "It" "is believed that most of
the metal used is from remelled
trade dollars. By purchase of these
in large quantities counterfeiters
obtain metal already mixed at just
the standard! To illustrate the profit
in the opeiaiion, 100 trade dollars,
purchased for 8-1 cents, ihe present
market price, will yield 217 standard
half dollars, profit of 24.50, less the
small cost of recoinnge. The secret
service olVu ers have no clue as to
where ihe. -voi k is being done
Freak) of Great .lien.
!i was said of Thomas Jeffeisoii
thai he would never peinut any per
son to cut his hair. lie used the
scissors himself. He had a super
stition that his strength would do
part if he allowed anyone else to cut
The laie Thaddeus Stevens could
not pass a pin without picking it up.
Furthermore, he always walked
around, if necessary, to get thepoint
toward him before picking it up.
The venerable philanthropist, Mr.
W . W. Corcoran, will not sit down
until he had raised up the chair.
Mr. Lyman, the present chief of
the Bureau of Navigation, is noted
for some strange hallucinations,
though a uiau of varied accomplish
ments. It is almost too ridiculous
for belief, but it is a fact that he is
convinced he has been married to
the departed spirit of the Empress
Josephine, and that the spirit Is the
mother of a child to him which is
now six years old. For a year he
has Jiept ilrs. Best, a noted Boston
medium, in Washington under a
good salary because she could "ma
terialize" the spirit of Josephine so
that it could come out from the cabs
inet, sit in his lap, and kiss him. To
his intimate friends Mr. Lyman
talks seriously about the affair as If
it were an everyday concern.
If Senator Vance hears a cock
crow before midnight he is nervous
for a week for fear thai some calam
ity is about to happen .
Jhe Rev. Geo. T. Nichols informs
Vu he is daily receiving and an-
,Swering letters of inquiry from pari
ties in the east who arc desirous of
procuring propertyaud settling -in
this valley. He furthermore informs
it tLr"kit bout cctnpleUd ar-
f;h the A. T. A- S. F.
cial reduced rates for
,-rniH' iwfntv families
ise has bad r.othingto
say about the Reavis ditch scheme
for the reason that we were not here
lo say it, but from this time on it
will speak in terms that cannot be
misunderstood. We have and still
consider J. Addison a fraud of the
first magnitude, an individual
whose pretensions are those of a
cheeky, cranky1; adventurer, living
upon the credulity and gullibility
of people. His ditch scheme is as
wild and gauzy as is his claim to
Ihe largest and best portion of Ari
zona and we are surprised that in
telligent men should lend the pro
ject respectability by giving it their
support. It is plain to every man
who gives ihe matter serious thought
that his object in organizing this so
called enterprise was eilher to levy
blackmail upon a San Francisco
company or to further his own de
signs upon the homes and lauds of
our people. Iu pro f of this ccn
clusiou wc submit the fact that he
iad been tramping through this and
Salt River valley for seveial years,
aud the project of a ten-million doli
lar canal at .Fh:ence never suggests
c-d itself to him till he accidentally
discovered that a Sau Francisco
company was pr pui ina to lake rut
a large irrigating ditch here. Then
h a 1 ushed 111, located a w ater l ieht
at the point from which he supposed
they would start their ditch, and in
Uuced a few of our respectable citi
zens to join him in incorporating a
coin puny, lie tlieu pioposedto the
San Francisco gentlemen to go in
with him or buy him out, but I hey
very properly and promptly repulsed
bis advances ami ignored all his
propositions. llavinir failed in the
primary object of his scheme he
changed his tacvirs, a, by a feat of
financial legerdemain, known only
to frauds of his calibre, raised three
hiii.dred dollars with which lie em?
ployed surveyors who are now run
ning levels along the proposed line
of his ditch. The evident purpose
of this move is to prevent the San
Francisco capitalists from investing
here and fighjiug the fraudulent
Peralta grant . Having failed to get
any money out of them this la3t
was Ihe next best step. It wi'l not
culy relieve I11111 of formidable op
position lo his attempted larceny of
the GiU fcnd Salt River valleys, but
will enable hjui to go to Phoenix
and frTghteu-fariiicia iu ihut vicinity
into taking his deeds, by showing
them that he has commenced work on
a ten million dolUr ditch at Flor
ence, with reputable citizens of our
town backing the enterprise. . We
hope the Phoenix press will expose
the fraud aud prevent their patrons
from being swindled by Reavis. We
arc satisfied that the gmtlemeu here
who are connected with the company
are acting in good faith, Reavis hav
ing, b' scientific and persistent lying
deceived them into believing that he
could raise a million dollars per
minute in San Francisco. But they
shCTtrM ras!j, I.iiiii-. Jutfitv-frM. .44 i,ai
been only u few months since he had
to be sued for a $50 board bill, con
tracted at the Silver King bote!.
Ilnlibel's Treatment of a 'lil.
Dr. Mulhtrou recommends the
following trtalu. cut of a "common
cold." as first advocated by Dr. Do
bell, ot Loudon, viz:
1 . Give five grains of cai bonale of
ammonia and fire minims of liquor
morphia- (B. P., morphioe gr. one
sixth) in an ounce of almond cmiih
sion every three hours.
2. At night give one aud a half
ounces of spirit us Min.lereii in a
tumbler ..f cold water alter the pa
tieut has got inlo bcciicoveted up
"WifTT-Pxlia" blankets. Cold water
should be li'v.nk freely when there
3. In Hie morning the extra blan
kets slu uld be removed so as to allow
the skin to ; ool down befor.- setting
i. Ja- ihe patient get up as usual
and take Ii is usual diet, but continue
the ammonia and morphia1 mixture
every four hours.
5. At bedtime the' sicoud night
give a compound eolceynth pill.
Usually about twelve dosea of the
mixture will be sufficient, but if there
seems to be a tendency to a recur
rence ot the catahrral symptoms it is
well 10 administer 'six more doses
and a second pill at ni?ht.
T he beauty ot this treatment lies
iu ihe fact that it does not interfere
with the patient's business, and does
not expose him to fresh attacks of
cold which are liable to follow exs
posure to the outer air after a course
of hot, stimulating, diaphoretic
Killiug at ila Kenrt.
A murder occuned jesteiday at
Gila Bend probably in sell defense
fiom an insane man. It seems that
Mr. J,W. Field, who was brought
up to-day from Gil& Bend by Con
stable II. B. Dayenport and a dep
uty named Brewster was going home
from town and met the man Pres
ton, who was killed, with a gun in
his hand. He remarked to Field
that one of them must die, said he
would give Field a fair show and
laiddcwn his gun and a pistol aud
told him to take his choice. Field
took the gun, when Preston took the
pistol, stepped oft and began firing.
Field la astonishment did not fire
at first as he knew of no reason for
such proceedings but finally dd dis
charged one shot from his gun and
when Preston had fired all the ehota
from his pistol he lushed onto Field
who struck him over the head with
his gun aud killed him. Field then
went to Gila Bend and gave himself
up and was brought in here today.
There was no quarrel and ihe pro
ceedings were most accountable ex
cept in Ihe theoiy ot the insanity of
Southern California from li e Sue
ran.eulo 'valley to the Mevicau line
is suffering from drought. The San
Joaquin ' valley will scarcely raise
anything where not irrigated, and a
rain rJw would scarcely save half a
St. Paul, Minn., March 31 -
Manitoba railway officials got prders
from the Dominion government at
Ottawa to-day. for the transporta
tion of four hundrerLoops to Win
nipeg, to arrive to-morrow. These
are the troops the government asked
permission of the United States to
transport through Hit's State to the
scene of the Reil rebellion in the
LoN'iiON, March 3?-Ad vices fiom
Taiuative state that a disastrous
hurricane visited Madagascar, Feb
ruaiy 26. The American bnik Sarah
Holmrt, and the French steamers
Orzo and Argo, were wrecked. Sev
enteen persons lost their lives.
Chicago, .March 31 Gen. Ansou
Stagei die.! at 3 o'clock tills morn
ing of Blight's disease. He was f,u,
nierly superintendent of the Western
Union, and was chief of the United
States navy telegraph, ai d was bre
velted general at the close of the
. WiNsipi.u, March 30. Further
exciting rumors ccme from Carlelon
station !bf iheie was nnoiher "skir
mish :u d eieveu iiion; men killed
but this is to t co: fu mid. Gen Mid
dle; on, Col. Hoi, ,.1,1. ti nod 0 officers
anil (IsO mpn ol ihe Minlh I5a;a!liou
left here hist 'night and reached
Quappei i- ibis morning, wneie they
joined the first detachment of fi:'!d
buttery ol fifty i.ud lifteen Cavalry
ami h it this nior inn I"' 'he west.
lYIN u I'.N m.u,.
Xew i i.iuE, Mtireh HO. lieneral
Gram did not sic . p before midnight,
and at thai hour Ci:. Graril a lmin-ister-,
a hypodermic injection of
morphia :.i:d the Genpral then slept.
Aftei breakfast be ftenl driving in
Cential Pirk, scr-ompnnied by Mrs
Grant, -Mrs Sartftris and Mrs. Fred
PcTNfcY, Eftrch 30, f he itniveisi
ty boat race between Cambridge and
Oxford cArrie ofl'lhis morning. The
river banks were lined with specta.
tins. The water was smooth and
conditions favored the Oxford crew.
Both got off well together. Oxford
soon look tue .ie&d and maintained
it ! the end, winuing by three
lengths- Time of lace, 21 minutes
and 3(i seconds a trifling improve
ment over the itino a year ago, when
the recoid ws 21 minuins and 39
seconds. 'Ihe improvement was not
as great as inlicipated, in view of the
fine weal her and smooth water.
Sydney, March 30 In the scull
ing match 'to-day between Hanloa
and Beach, the latter won by six
Scakim, March 30. A rumor pre-
Digna desires losuirender, but upon
what terms is not stated.
free from Opiate., Kmvllr. and I'mImiii..
A PR0MPT,SAFE,SURE CURE
for Cough r, Collin, Sort Throat. II out-rveii .
Influtuza, Bronchitis, IVhtMiylinc ( ottj;h.
Croup Awtliitta, Quinsy, I'ftlnn in I b-t,
aiid ither .tfleiiurifc of lite Tliri i iimv.
Price SO cent it bottle. Sold bv DrnsuM nml
leale-s. I'tirtien xtuabU Ui indhce their Abater
to prow fitly (ret it t"r tttejit trill receive ttco
bfuie, iirtw charges palU, hj sauting oiie
nit ii u; i.ik a. vo4if LKK mriv.
Owners-a: A l!iuarturi-;-t
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The finpst tonic for norrons people is
Iloetetier'fl Stomach Bitters, -wuicli in
sures perfect digestion and asiinilation,
and the active performance of tneir fnnc
tioiiB by the liver and bowels. As the
system acquires tone through the influence
of thin benign medicine, the nerves grow
stronger and more tranquil, headaches
cease, aud that namless anxiety which is a
peculiarity of the dyspeptic, gives way to
cheerfulness. To establish health on a
Bure foundation, use the peerless invipor
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This powder DBVer vanes. A murYei o
treiiL-lh. purity and wuolrsoiuen.es
More economical than the ordinary Kinds
and cannot be sold in competition with
the multitude of low tesi, short weight
alum or phosphate uuTvd rs, Sold only in
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U. S. Land Office, )
Tccsox, Arizona March 23, ISS j. S
Pursuant to instructions of the Hon.
Commissioner of the General Land Office
dated March 17, the public in notified
that the odd numbered sections of land
heretofore with drawn from entry by the
Krant to the Texas Pacific Railroad Com
pany, by the Act of March H. 1871, (Lave
lieen declared forfeited and the whole of
f-aid lands restored to the public domain
and mado subject to disposal under the
Reneral laws of the United States, by the
act of Congress, approved February
The books of tbis office are now open for
the entry of said lauds under the pre-em-tion,
homestead and otber laws relating to
an offered lands, except that in case they
are taken by pre-emption or commutation
of homestead entries, payment mnst le
made at the rate of two dollars and fifty
cents per acre, as in the case of land in the
even numbered sections.
K. M. THOMAS, Register.
Daniel H. Wallace. Receiver.
Fine Seed Aitlchokea. in quantise t
salt purchaser, ftt the Ranc& of
WH. BARNETT & SONS,
Best Hog Feed Grown,
Valuable for Table Use.
l.'.ftTCOHl'T UI tb" St CI'.' t.if
EO, F, COATS, i i K
Strayed from the ranch of the undersign
ed, three miles southwest of Phoenix, one
black mare, bald faced; one black stalliou.
star in forehead; each animal about one
and a half years old. Anyone wiving infor
mation of same will be liberally rewarded.
Estray N tice.
Cumt: to my ranch nine mili-s west of
Phoenix, one small roan horee: cncsniill
bay horse, lame lu left fore leg; one em nil
ed cow and bail calf, no brands
The owner will come forward, jruvi
propettv, pay charges and remove ;nme,
or it will bi disposed of according to law.
iHOh-iM-30-d BE:NJ. T. FRANKLIN.
Came to my ranch on the Maricopa road
north tide oi Salt River, one White horse,
no brand of any kind, almd all round, col
lar marked and about ten years oid. The
owner will come fotward, prove property,
paj charges and remove the same, or it
will be disposed of according to law.
PAT E U T S ,
t 'a ve - !iitl Trade Marks Ob'alned
anil all nrhpi- ti:siuess in the U . S . Patent
Oflice .vt. mk"! to for MODERATE FEES.
0::r otP.et I ODjwxUe the "C. Patent
C:!.c, imi w' t' an obtain Patents in les
timt t hull thO"- romote from 1VASHIXG
TOX. Sev.il MODEL OR DRAWIXG. We ad
vise ii. init inability f ee if charire: and
v. tm kc XO CHARGE UXLESiS WE OB
XAIX A J'ATEXT.
Wu rt:;r. Lt,:"e. o the FoKtmaster, tbe
Supt. ol Money Orcte- Div., and lo ofhcialt
of the t . s. Patent Office. For circular
advice, terras at.d refereneis to actual
clients iu veur ewu State ore onntv,rite
to C. A. siXOH 4 1(1.
Opposite Pa'ent Office, Washington, J. C.
Notice For Publication.
HGJiE STEAD NO. 260.
Lavd Office at Trcsov Arizona, 1
.March 31, IsSj. (
-VJOTICF. IS HEREBY GIVE.n THAT
lAi the lollowiiiE harried hettler has
filed notice ol hie intention lo make final
proof in support or his c'aim and that ea d
proot will be made before Hon. D it I'in
ney, Jude of Scconu Judicial District
I onrt. i:mitliv i f Miuicopa. at Phoenix.
.1. Hi'Viiu, of Mn enix .Arizona, for the N w
Ji of Sec. IS, T 1 N, R ; E, li & S It U & M
He naru'td the folit'wintr witDeese." to
prove lild continuous residence noon aDd
cultivation ul' said land viz: Henrv E.
Sloe-ser. Martin P. "riftiih, Gird Brau
and Neils Morton, all of Phoenix, Jlarico
pa Cotmtv. Arizona.
first publication, SJarch 2:5, 18s5.
lkinltiiton of I'opai'tiierpuliiii.
The undrirncd havinjr this day,
March 12. 1SS5, dissolved by mntual con
sent their copartnership, all Mils due by
them (the late firm) and ail outstanding
debts roil-e.ted by T. Heineon.
Livery and Feed
Wabkixwton Street, Brt-ow the
SOLBM kllUUll, Props.
FirstClasa Teams and Rigs of
all Kinds Supplied to Order.
GOOD SADDLE HORSES
ESS'-The very Best Attention Give tt
Boarding and Transient Stock-
West Washington Ntreet.
PHOENIX ARIZON A.
Fruit and. Ornamental Tress of All Kinds
Grape Cuttings, Etc.
at lowest cash prices:
R. E. Farrinston,
East Washington St., adjoining the
F- D- WELLS, Prop-
V TEE YTHIXG MJJ'
We wish to inform all our friend.,
and the public generally, that I have
opened a first class Livery and Feed
Sib!c in Phoenix, and solicit
share of their patronage.
Anything in the Livery
Stable Line can be. found
By the day, week or mouth, and g v
en Garetul Attention. .
JtniiT Millo-, T. YT. IIISE,
Jo:ury Pnhlic. Civil Knginei-r.
jLVJL attorneys & counselors at law
Aud Real Estate Agents, l'ho nix, Ariz.
Fiusk Cos. josErn Campbeix,
District Att'y. 1'robare Jiulire.
COX & UAMPBELL, '
J ATTORNEY S-AT-LAW.
Office in Court House.
Offlce in Irvine's Btoek, Room 1, Phoe
nix. Ar.zona .
, TWEED. W.A.HANCOCK.
J . W. CRENSHAW.
WEED, HANCOCK ft CRENSHAW
ATT0 R N E Y S-AT- LAW
Land hualness mado a spec.alty.
DePorest Porter. H. B. Liohthizek.
IORTEK & LIGHTirrZEit,
Office corner of Washington and Gortez
gtrects, next tiourthouse plaza. Phoenix.
J. T. Ai.sap, A. C.Baker
ATTORNEYS COUNSELORS AT LAW.
Otiice In Irvine's Block, Phoenix, Ariz,
J II. FORD,
Attorney and Counselor-at-Law.
Offlce with 31. Meadows.
.1 u-lice of the Peace and Notary Puhlic.
S:onteznma !St , Opposite Ctuss Kills &
Co.'s store, Pho.nix, A. T.
Will practice his proft-ssion in any
Court tor his tee . Strict and prompt at
teutioa inven. to all business plaeeiT in
n. e. sj-oak. ii. ciiAUiens.
OI.OAX & CHA1MEHS,
O Attorneys and Cotmselnrs-At-Law.
Minor's block, fhoenis, Arizona.
JE WHARTON. M. 1).,
. U. S. EXAMINING SURGEON.
Oilice and Dispensary Adam-1 St.. near
Mf ricopa St., Phoenix, Ariz.
MRS. TJ. A. IN I? ALLS, .M. T)..
PHYSICIAN and OCULiST
Gives special attention toOhstetrics and
Diseases "of Women, Office east Wash
1 T.OSBORNE, M. ..
V. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office and residence on Sionroe St.,
second door east of M. E. Church, south.
ERBBRT K- PATRICK,
U. S. Depnty Mireral Survejor for Ariz
ona. Suhdivision of Land a Specially.
Offlce opposite PostolSce. Phoeuix, Ariz.
. Late U. S. Recel er of Public Money.
Land paient and claim ajrent ad Attor
ney, No. 114 Camp St., I". O. box 14, Tuc
son. Bvsmess under TJ. S- Land Laws a
DR. R. K. LIGHTBl'RNiS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Office and residence nearly opposite the
Lemon bote!, Phoenix, Arizona.
Mated convocation on the second
Monday of each montt.. N, Hsrkick, H.
P ;. J. B. reame. , Secretary.
ARIZONA LODGE No 2. P. & A.M.
Stated meeargs on ihe Tnrariays on
or proceed the full moon. M. W. Kales,
VV..U.; J. B. Cueamer, Secretary.
rO. O. Y. PPOLN1X LOPGE No. 2,
a meets in Odd rehows Hull every
S iturday evening, J, St. (iUBSulti, N. O ;
Philip ft. HlccKT, necretary.
AO.TJ.W. PUOEN1X LODGE No.5.
Hegnfar meelias every W. dues.
cay evenina iu 51a -unix Hall. .i,.U.Alek
asdki!. .vi.W. ; Jos. CAHPBbU., Recoider-
KOP P. PHOENIX LODGE No. 2,
meet, on the fi-st and third Fridays
of each month. In Masonic Hail. J.E.
WhahtO.n, C. C.J H, W.Rtmr, K. cf R.
IO. T "si A KB EN T3XLBT
tjodge No. 1,1 O G.T., meets Mon
day eveniiigs at the Baptist Chunh. T.
W. Hise. V. C. T. ; Johk Bo.ck, W. S.
OC.P. PHOENIX COUNCIL No 1.
Meets first and third Thursdays of
each month at Masonic Hall. J.T. Alhaf,
C. C T. W. Uine, Secretary.
RAILROADS & STAGES.
p. 1. of Arizona.
Trains at Maricopa.
A A P- M- DAILY Pas&eneer
i mJ Train westward, via Yu
ma, Los Augelfp, and San Francisco,
conut-cting at Latbrop withliieAts
lautic Express Traiu for Stockton,
Sacramento, Ogden, und Omaha.
Sleeping car attached from Dt-minii,
X. M., to Oakland, Cat.
. . . JT A. M. DAILY Pa-senser
t-J Vrain eastward, via Ca?a
Grande (stages for Florence and
OlobP) Tucson, Beusm. (for Tomb
stone) AVillcox, San Simon, and
Deming, El P.iS'j, connecting for all
points norm, east, southeast, an Mex
ico. Tu-ousfh freiaiit ami emisraiit
train 4 :4o a. ni,
T. 11 GOODMAN,
Genl Pass, i Ticket At.
A. N- TovsE, Geu'l Sut1
Arizona Stage Co.
JAS. STEWART, Supt-
Stags leaves Pliotsuix at 10 a. m.
for Prewott, via Seymour and Wick
enburg, on Mondays, Wednesdays,
and Fridays. Returning etao ai
rires at 3 p. m.. on Tueclat s, Thui s-dav-
Stage leaves Phoenix daily at 3
p. m.'for Prescott via Black Canyon
and Gillett. Returning stages ar
rive daily at 9 a. m ., from Pres1-
" , ''..' . ........
Stage leaves Phoenix daily at 10 a.
m. and at 5 p.m. for Maricopa, and
returning, arrives at 1 p. m. and 2
MILLuY & MINE'S
Real Estate Agency
Firrmintr Lands.Orchavfl Lands,Vine
yard Lands and Grazing Lauds
BsughU Sold ad L::::i on C::,i:::::;
City Property Uouaht, Sold, Leased
and Rents Collected.
EST" TERMS EASY. -S3
We offer to-day the following desir
able pieces of property:
"V ACRES, six miles from Phos
OOW nix. to. d bui dings, ci rrals,
vvaUT rights; title, tfove nment patent,
fa minp tools, including header and one
half interest in growing crop. Price,
85,000. Teinih easy
-f ACRES of land one mile from
4rV " Phoenix; title, g'-vernmenr pat
ent: 3,000 f u.t trees on ii , 70J in bearing
for two years, small adobe house, water,
etc. Price, Sa.aoo, A gplcnatd Dargain,
pr' ACRES of land jolnin? city of Phoe
f 3 nix on the soultwest. Price, $l,0u0.
T- VP C 1 Rnd 8, V.ock 18, in City of
UK 1 O Phoenix; Centrally locat
ed. Inclosed with picket fence, box house,
water and fruit trees. Price. $1,200; part
B4 VT l-T FKOPERTV aad
. I V ,iA KJ I L town lots at Tem
po and property under Arizona Canal.
1P ACRtS ADJOISrVG THE CITY
3 on the south ; 4,000 grape vines,
nearly all bore fruit last year; good house;
100 fruit trees; well stocked carp paud;
must be sold at once at a sacrifice; price.
ACRES of land under the Arl-
gBmJzoii& Canal, take by Desert act,
2."i cents per acre paid balance to rnu until
May 18, J8Sri; 'JO acres cleared, best ot
eaBdy land; small box house. Price
ACHES laiiroad land four miles
from phoenix. Hog tight fence all
aioung and scioss it; improvements
$300. Price ll.ooUj aalfcah.
Dark hay stalliou, bred and raised" by GenV
Withers, Ijexinton,. Kentucky. Foalded May lt.l4
1881; 15 bands liigli. " .
' Sired. Tor -A.laacLoan.t-
First Dam Dame Duncan by Black Hawk, Jr.
Heoond dam byMambrino Chief, sire of Lady Thorn.
Third dam by Hunts Commodore, son of Mambrina
son of Imported Messenger. "
ALMONT by Alexander Abdallah.
First dam Sallie Anderson, by Mambrino Chief.
Second dam by Pilot, Jr.
Third dam Pope mare, thoroughbred.
Alexander's Abdallah bv Rvsdvks Hambletoniau
Dam Katie Darling '
itysuyKs Manibietonian by Abciaiian. . I
First dam Chas. Kent mare by imiiorted Belfoundef1
hecond dam One ye by Bishop s Hambletoniau.
Third dam Silver Tail by imported Messenger.
Black Hawk. Jr by Blood's Black Hawk.
First dam Full
Grey Eagle by V oodpecker.
Second dam Ophelia by Wild Medley
Third dam by
moods illack Hawk by
That AlmOnt was
that ever lived, and one. of
7. 7 .' . . -o -
tion, all impartial horsemen will admit. His power'1
ot imparting speed is
scendants, but his sons
themselves as sires ot fast and game trotters. There
are seven different sons of his that have sired colts
with records of 2:30, or better. See Gen. Withers'
catalogue for 1885
Adrian is now on the
few days, when the public will be notified. Persons
having good mares to breed are requested to wait and
see this horse. He will make season at the Valley
Stock Farm, half a mile north of Phoenix.
J. T. SIMIV1S.
Weekly HERALD and PACIFIC
RURAL PRESS for S4.50, cash.
The Only Reliable House to get
FOR FAfWIILY USE.
Family Liquor Store,
tli s fl :lil ivkiIv: His f.istest Keccrd i
1884. and can trott in 3:40 any time.
wilt stand the coming s.uasoB,
'h. at F. X. Scofleld"s piece, norlh
TERMS:- tor fasoii;
tjr uriurp me mnre ioavee me piuce.
Skilled and careful grooms employed,
eecap s. Anaress, pB
r.4P!TAI, I'HIZK, S75.000
Tickets only $5 Shares in Proportion
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
"e do hereby certify that ire supervise
the arrattffchietttsfor all the Monthly and
Semi-Annually Drawings of the Louisiana
State Lottery Company, and in person
manage and control the Drawings them
selves and that the name are conducted
with honesty fairness and in good faith
toward all parties and we authorize the
Company to use this certificate with facm
similes of onr signature attached in its
advert ise men ts '
Incorporated in 1868 for 25 years by the
Legislature for Educational and Charita
ble purposes with a capital of $1, 000.000
to wnich a reserve fund of over $550,000 has
since been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote its
franchise was made a part of the present
Btate Constitution adopted December 2d,
A. D., 1879.
The only Lottery ever voted on and en
dorsed by the people of any State,
It never scales or postpones.
Itatxiand MiiuIeXuiuber Draw.
icg take plrtre monthly
A NfMiMIIII Orl'OHTIM
TV.tHV PORTI7VR. FOCBTH
GRAND DRAWING, CLASS l. IN THE
ACADEMY OF MUSIC, NEW ORLEANS,
TUESDAY, vpril 1-, IMS 17"Jtii
Capital Prize 375, OOO-
lOO.OOO 'l ickets at Five lllars
lviioli. tii'.cr ioiin, in Kin lis
in pi oporl ion.
LIST OF PHIZES.
do do ...
PRIZES OF stiOOO...
9 Approximation Prizes of S750. . 6,750
9 do do 500.. 4,500
9 do do 250.. 2,250
1967 Prizes, amounting to $265,500
Application for rates to clubs should be
made only to the office of the Company in
For further information write clearly,
eiving full address. -SXA L U 1'K.!!,
Money Orders, Express or New York Ex
change ioi ordinary letter. Currency by
Express (all sums of 5 and upwards at onr
M. A. 1AI 1II.
Xew Orleans, l.a.
or M. A. DAUPHIN.
607 Seventh St., Washington; D. C.
Make P. O. Money Orders payable and
addressed Registered Letters to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
WS-wk-tt New Orleans, La.
A desirable house of four rooms on
Adams straet eat of Maricopa. Inquire
of C. A. TWEH1),
sister to the celebrated race horse,
Sir Archy, sou of imported Diomed.
Vermont Black U8wk.
greatest sire, for his ag
the greatest of his o-eneraV
not confined to his direct de
are making great names for
roau and will arrive in a
Opp. Post Off
Stands 15 hands. Weighs 1,145 lb.
By K.-eltnU. Iterord, 2:44
INDEX was hred by E a. Wlneeir
of Scott Vlley. SUkHoa Co.. Oat.;'
He in by Keokuk, dam by Morrill
Keokuk tir Vermont B'aok riawk!
Dam by Bishop Hambletoniau; Mor
rill by the Jennlaou Horpo. son of
You nil Bullraph Morgan, ho by Bnll
rnsh Morgan. on of Justin Morgan;
Osm by Iho Heath Marc, by th Kar
rinKton Horse, son of the Var.ce
Hore; second Dam by the Eat"rr
iare, a last pacer .
INDEX ma1e a record of at
rlanta Cruz, where he dl-tanced all
madat the Phoenix Pair, November 15th.
commencing February 15th. and ending
end of Papago Street. Phoenix, Ariz.
luHttrp; Pavable at the time of te.rlOd
rs ix itji. 5 t n It OJN 1H .
b it no liabilities Resumed for accidents eu
N. SCOFIELD, Phoenix, Ariz.
! F. KUCHLER, Propr.
! E::t ssi krgst Srsoi 12 Leaves 21.0
Families Supplied ai llvir re-ddencn.
Fre4h Candies, Pies and
Kept constautly on hanti in grt
CALL EARLY and OFTEN
J. N. MARIS,
OF ALL KINDS
Old stand. East Side of the Court,
Opposite Plara, t
PHOENIX, - ARISOXA..
W. M. KELLOGG. Prop'r.
Stearns & MM
Forwariini I Commission
Shipping Mark, S. & K.
VonnK M en, Head Th .
Tns Voltaio Bkit Co., of Marshall,
Miclili an. offer to send their celebrated
E i sotro-Voltaic Belt and other Elko.
Tr.io appliances on trial for thirty days,
to men (young or old) afflicted with
neivons debility, loss of vitality and man
hood, aud kindred tronblei. Also for
rheumatism, neuialgia, paralysis, aad
many other diseases. Complete res to
tal ion to nealih. v gor aud manhood
guaranteed. No risk ii incurred, a thiry
days trial Is allowed. Write them at onc
for illustrated pamphlet free.
A CKI To ali who are Buttering
from errors and indiscretions el Tomb,
nervous weakness, early decay, lop of
mar hood, Ac, I will send a receipt that
will cure yeu, KKESOFCHAKHK. This
great remedy was discovered by a inissh n
ary In South America. Send self'-addrest
ed envoi one to Ktv. Joseph T. Ikmah,
Si alios r. Ne Yerk.
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