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Territorial Items. - - - Y4VAPIA. i Prescott Courier: Tbe Bale of tbe Beloher mioe, Big Bug district, ia announced. F. CarlieU and other Kanses City capitalists are said to be the purchasers. The Belchei was the property of Judge John A. Rusb, and many thousands cf dollurt were taken from the free ores near tbe surface years ago; at that time the sul phurets could not be worked With modern machinery, however, the basf ores can be worked to s very high per centage of the assay VRlues. r Journal-Miner: . TT Tl i : .1 .Hurry jciiuoii ana resigned as en engi neer on tbe S. F., P. & P. acd wiil take abarge of an engine on the Congress bee line road. Mr. Elliot is one of tbt best eoginemen in Boy country and has many friends among all c'bssbs who re- gret to see him ohange stations. Sane L indoa is now tbe pioneer eneinemaD on this road, and like Mr. Elliot, is racked high in reilrcad ciroles. In tbe criminal doings of late in and around Presoott wherein men have been elain in co'd blood nnd others hve met their doom tfrjvMjgjTheir own folly, 's r-;iVj8st act Vwork. if Wiliy SljfScCi jSea boodeaLias been denied. Tbe nvoes are famous for tbe Immense body of ore in sight and tbe only requi site needed to turn this wealth into coin is capital. A fortune awaits the mining man who can handle this property. The price cf towo lots in Pearce havp, since the gord news of yeste day reaobed here, advanced in price 150 ptr cent, and desirable locations cannot be bad at that figure. This will be tbe signal for more buildicg, and several owners of frame bouses ou the buaiDets street wiil,as soon as adobes can be had, build, su bstantfbl stores sod move tbe buildings now on tbe ground to resi dence lota. GILA. nty, ac- yVcnTRjl a. 1, sdcu d be is evinced b iiient irquir"- no found within th job, and, rather tbey have elected nod have sent to tb of New Mexico for lr pobho eoiool. Teaham coukty. Graham Bulletin: Toe new converter at the Dtroi ompany's works, under tbe supervision of Mr. James Conway, is being erected as fast as the machinery arrives. Tbi plant, which is used to convert th matte into copper, is the fifth or sixtn one built in the United States. COCONINE COUNTY. Coconino Sun: About five o'clock last TuesJsy after coon, while bringing bis train int Winsiow. Freight Conductor Frank R Cunningham was run over and fatally injured. Thousand of oases cf consumption asmma, oougns, coins nod otoup are oared every day by Soiloh's Cure. Fo esle at Keefer's Poarmwcy. It ia now geoeraliy ondersfood that whenever the Phoenix Republican booming any ooa for eecatorehip or nry other office that it is at the Bm t ni figuring to put its band upon thai in'! vidual'a bank scooant or trying to pa a off some of its worthless stock. Indeed tbe writer has more than once eesn tbi fellow Wo!fly with one arm around bi supposed friend's neck while with tbe other he was prospecting bis friend's Docket. Put it down as a rule that whenever that sheet speaks well of any one it is proepecticg, and when it cusses a oit:zr n it is a certain igo the prospect didn't pan out well. Star. How to Treat a Wife- . a a j , . : I ou, ' a wile, ocijuu u, jr ....... u . ties ia your business, but do cot there fore, carry to vour borne a cloudy or oootraoted brow. I'.iur wife may have trials whiob, though of less magoituJe, tony ba hard for ber to bear. A kind word, a tender lock, will do wonders ir- ehi.sing from ber brow all clouds of gloom. To this we would add always keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Kemtdy in tbe hcu-e. It is the b?s and is sure to be needed sooner or later Your wife will then kDow that you really care for her and wieh to protect her bealtb. Pacific Health Journal For'salaby all Drugsts. Kir fa llover il urn l ea la a Fure cure for ffeadt-che hcd Nervous D eessef- N'hing reMoves ei quickly . For eele at K-f-r'e PharmMcy. FAILING 1 Genets! and Nervous Debility. " "Wpalines-i of Body and Mi;.:!, Ktfects of Errors or Kxcesses in Old or Youne- Kobust, Noble Maniiood fully Restored. How to Enlarpre and Strenptben Weak. Un- I developed Portions or Body. -Absolutely un failing Home Treatment. -Jienenta in a day. Wen testify from 50 States and Foreign Countries. Send for Descriptive Book, ex planation and proofs, mailed (sealedl free. G?obeSp i 1 ' W As 1 ERIE MEDIGAL C0M BuffalSj-inls J OUT AT GliKNDAIiK. A Budget of Interesting News Items" From tbe Grand Avenue Region. Glen dale, May 1, 1896. Strawberries are ripening fast now and tbe poacher youngster goes about witB the tell-tale brand of tbe luscious fruit on his phiz. Humphrey sod Divison are making large shipments al most daily, and their enterprising sales man, O. A. Fransiola, is opening up t more extensive market. Charley is a rustler. J. C. Mahoney, representing the "oitj paper," and tbe Child's Aid Aesociatioc whs here drummicg out business to iny. About fifteen hundred bead of cattle from the JTew River ranges are being herded north of town. J. W. Sullivan bohas purchased, will arrive Sunday nnd superintend their shipment. Geo. Alkire is with the party in charge of the herd. S. N. Van Eiohelberger expects to loave for bis home in Brown county, Kansas, the first of next week. The Good Templars held their quart erly eleotioo of cffioers last Tuesday aigbt and elected officers as follows; C. V., E. E. Jack; V. T., Jennie Trask; secretary, T.B Woodward; F S , Harvey Harper; T., J.W.Mitche'.l; M ,L.sah Byer. Tbe lodge talk of giving an entertain ment in tbe near future to raise some ney to liquidate tbe indebtedness Vndj.Tjg in rent of hall. ftifg those who attended the Ter- iff convection from here were C N. H.. W. Adams and Judge X - r r i r R btaq n Holatmta and waB an alternate for tbe reg roe, who has been here for r mou hs. left Tuesdav iosgo to finish her term ibere where - he has been or tbe p.'tst thirty Pierce will stay here tbe wet da on bis vbich keeps him Pierce expeots to return of July. yGad Company has been 1m road leading-from tbe cro6s aide track where bay cars are Four cars of gravel bave been a it and two more will probably be 5sed. To the enterprise and aid of Harry Ad ams and C. T. Hirst this im provement is largely due. Harry Kiund leaves tomorrow morn ing for Cripple Creek, Colo., from whiob place be oame here several months ago Mrs. Harper of Phoenix visited ber son Harry bers over Sunday. w . u ivulwiler nod Dr. Uole were here on business Wednetday. Dr. Rudd expects, to leave soon for Springerville, Ariz., to settle some busi ness matters there. Tbe doctrr bas built up a nice little practice bere. H. Li. B;z has leased his hall to tbe Odi Fallows, who will furnish it end lease it to other organizations. Tbe Odd Fellows will meet Friday eights and the Masons Saturday nights. The ball is one of the beet in tbe Territory for lodge purprses. Miss Lida Myers vis:ti with relatives and frierla here Sunday. - Mr. G. Puteooy. who owns a kiln of first class lime at R)ck Butte was bere Toifrauay' and arranged with J. B Dover, the purchasing agent of tbe Live Stock Association, fur tbe handling of his' product in this district. Shipments last week include four cars of bay, two cf Jive slock and one of rolled barley. C. T Hirst, will ship oar of new hay Saturday and Garicer & Co. a car of rolled barley. Judge Bliss took down with him Wed nesday the ntmes of forty two voters that be has registered. That is a good showing for the fi.st month of registra tion. Glendale wants a large hotel before the beginnicg of next winter's travel. and will get it too. Nota Bane. Arcadia. Kxpectoration a Crime. Dr. Paul Gibier, a high scientific authority, eaye: "If this habit of ex pectoration in public could be stopped I aji sure that in time tubercultsis would die out altogether. This seems a very sweeping statement, but it is not an ' ill-considered one. Tfcere is no question in my mind that tbe spread of tuberculosis is due largely to tbe habit of spitting. A c refit many people bave tuberculosis without beirg aware of tbe f-et. They tio nni Icmn of tbe danger tht emus from - j c'ir g the sputum here it becooueb uiy uad pulverized d then flies bbout in minute partioles to be inhaled by healthy persons, who are thus inoculated with tbe disease This random publio expectoration is a crime. Ex. THE BOL.T1SRS' CONVENTION. Who Were Present as Members Yesterday. The following is a list tbe of counties represented acd members present' :o tbe bolters' convention yesterday, which we publish in juilioe to these who would bave nothing to do with the bolters' convention: Maricopa J W Benbam, Wade H Uulirgs, J M Ford, Pierce Evans. A R McCamley, Webster Street, J J H.3d- nett, OWPugh, I N Bail, Li B H-iyet-TJ Wo fly, LiJ Wood, A P Shewman. J B Woodward, J B Early, R C Lowell, M H MoCord, A Root, L W Collins. J W Bolton, Thompson Walker, H C MKgne. Pima Charles Weston Wright, W C Davis, HELiF.cey, Geo Christ, J, O F Schumacher, J H Perry, J A Blxch. P Grindell, Thomes A Borton, F Stevens. Yavapai W S Head, J S Caller?, R E Morrison, F P Kel'ey, Grant Carter, I E Morrison, Tbos Racb, C H Akers, E F Andrews, F D Meyer, W S Marks W Wickler. Yuma Ben C Heyl. Pinai John Li Knudson, Thomas C Graham, W L Scbultz. Altogether there were but five coun ies of the Territory represented, one cf chem by one meaibar acd tbe tota rDortber&hip wee 43, (Tut of 112ds'egtef orel'itut-ing tbe regular R-pub!'cir oovection which roe.t on tbe 29:,h in tant. For Dsp eai and iiiver Complaint you haven printed i?uuratee on ever; HriT.fc'tt ra Sirillnh'a Vll'tfl:7jT T t. nave. to cure. For saJe at Keefer't Taarmacy. Terape Department. From Thursday's Daily, Col. Ridley is quite ill at the Tempe hotel. Normal Alumni Association will hold i meeting next Saturday. Frank Rapley took a load of freight to Goldfield today. Will Melton will open a school for tbe Leaching of tbe Spanish language next week. M. W. Moore, of Pinal county, passed through to Mesa oo tbe morning tram. Mr. Zuck, of Holbrook, came up this afternoon to visit with friends and re latives. Phoenix is headquarters for all kind of politics these days and a goodly number of Tempe politicians are down there laying in a supply to suit their diversified tastes. Mr. Sboof of tbe O&ce Cafe was visitor to Phoenix this afternoon. Tempe Hotel Register: H. Holman, Pinal, Ariz ; Jno. Wald'e, Eddie, N. M , Prof. Joclyn, Jerome. Andrew Xailsen will leave in a few days on an important business mission to Milwaukee and will be absent about two months. Tbe military drama will be repeated in Mesa Friday nigbt closing with a ball. Those desiring the best brands of josfcice always come to Tempe after it. We may be a little bit slow in buaicese, little bit modest in society matters and play second fiddle in politics, but when it oomes to olean cut steel plated justice, administered without' bias and in doses to suit the oase invalids always prefer treatment by south side methods A oouple of Phoenix people bad a little legal difficulty to adjust and after sizing up tbe court facilities of the Capital city decided the Icoal expounders of the law were not oompetent to adjust tbe matter properly so they sent over for Justice mith who went d wn this morning and posed successfully in his magisterial oapacity acd to the satis faction cf all. Fr"m Friday's Dily. Tbe Zstetio Sooiety meeting will be more than usually entertaining tonight. There should be a good turnout. Dive Tseters bas purchased his part ner's interest in tbe Office Cafe and will hereafter be sole proprietor. Prof. Jocelyn, of Jerome, editor of the Educator, was a Tempe visitor yester day. TSow that we are getting new build ings on Mill avenue and fair prospeots for more, what's the matter of agitatirg tbe waterworks question a little. Ef forts have been made two or three times to figure out a profitable scheme for conducting this enterprise, and some day it will surely be found. Property owners and those who bave anytbmg left to burn should see it some means of protection sgaiost fire as well as providing a good water supply oannot be found. From Saturday a's Daily. A mummy is on exhibition at tbe Tempe museum. Messrs. Aikns, Campbell acd Dobie of Mesa, passed through to Phoenix this morning. The dance at Ms-i last nigbt wss wall attended, over seveDty members being present. This is excellent weather for the pro- soution of Maud Mu'ler's agricultural enterprise. A special train of oattle will probably be shipped by Messrs. Hogan and Pat terson tomorrow. A or of local merchandise and a car of sugar were received for Tempe mer chants today. Tempe Hotel register: Thomas C Graham, Florence; H. F. Westbeimer, St. Joe: John Jones, Phoenix; J. B. Sel man, Pnoenix. Mr. and Mrs. 0. D. R9ppy, who bave been visiting C. J. Ulmer and wife, re turned home to Florence today. Wm. Girffitbe, of Dripping Springs, returned borne yeeterdey. Li. W. Ji man's has a severe oold and talks like be bad a horse fiddle in hie throat. Owing to May day festivities John Young and Ei Coffee are unusually bright and chipper today. Prof. A. E. Joscelyo, editor of tbe Arizona Educator, and Principal of Jarome schools, acd Mr II. E. Bright, of Prescott, visited the Normal today. A Mesa picn'c party, among whom are Li Salter, Miss Flo Sirrine aad Mise Kimball, left for tbe Arizona canal head this morning and will return to morrow. Mrs. A. M. Frahklin returned from Los Angeles yesterdi-y morning. M Franklin arriving from Globe this morning, where be bas been on a bust ness trip. The Mayday party at tbe KiDgsbury residanoe yesterday was a very pleasant ffair, ebout sixty couples being pres ent to acjiy an old fashioned basket tinner. Tbe lawn is one of tbe pret tiest places in the valley and j jet tbe place for a party of that kind. Tbe express office has been reeurveyed and now occupies tbe nw. of the e. md tbe n. of the w i of J. L. Richard's store, township Tempe, in range between tbe front and back door, Gila base and meridian, with the Chap- tin still employed r.s initial monu ment. Toe .Normal audience room was crowded last nigbt with not only tbe trouth and beauty of tbe Soutbside but xrith a liberal representation of tbe ilder generations, toer joy the May day arogramme prepared b7 the Ztetic ociety, and published in these columns in Wednesday last Every number was leserviog of praise and gave evidence hat tbe members of tbe society take a leep icterest in their literary work. Tbe baliada rendered by Mrs. Liiilian Rice, with Mrs O. W. Miller ss tccom- anist, and representative of May dxy "estivities iu the lG .b and 17 ih centuries vera novel and entertaining. Each se'eci.ioo on tbe programme was appro priate to the occasion and err j :yed by those i resent. The last number was a ablaaux representing the May pole dance. THK SHR1NEKS. Tbey "Raise the Koof " I-iast Night. The Ancient Arabio Nobles of El Zribab Temple of the Mystic Shrine ia this city held an important meeting last night at their Temple in the Moni hon building. Some tea car-d;dite were admitted to tbe gorgeousness of the inner eanotuary of tbe Temple and instructed as to their orienthl duties to wards themselves and their fellowman and as to due affection and respect for tbe faithful Arabio steed that carried them safely over the difficult paths of their pilgrimage and to be bumbly thankfel for a bountiful supply of des ert refreshments and interesting speci mens of ancient pottery gathered on the way. When the ceremonies of tbe sanctury bad been completed the as sembled Nobles withdrew to the ban quet room where the inner man was fully aad f uasptuous'y fed. The new Nobles are Dr C D Belden, Phoenix; Hon Wm M Griffith, Dipping Springs; Hon F K Nichols, Wiloox; C O Sutter, J G Hilzinger and H C Underwood, Tucson; Col C W Johnston, Phoenix; Hon Tbos Davis, San Francisco; Hon Tbos C Graham, Florence and Mr J V Owens, Phoenix. History of a Grft Discovery. The attention of tbe medical profes sion was brst called to tbe fact that habitual aloobolio drunkenness "was a disease by Dr. Maneus Hues, of Stock holm, Sweden, in 1819. Soon after the publication of the extensive and very exhaustive researches of Dr. Mangus Hues, some of the most progressive, advanced thinkers in tbe medioal pro fession in this country and in Europe uaoame vigorous advocates of the new discovery. From that time to the present almost innumerable investigators bave been engaged, constantly extending ou knowledge in every direction in tb vast field, and fully confirming the cor reotness of tbe opinions of Dr. Mangu Hues. There is no fact in tbe medics scienoe more clearly established than this, tbat habitual drunkenness or in ebriety is a desease, the . earliest en most characteristic eymtoms of which is an intecss, morbid craving for tb intoxicating, soothing effects Df alcobo lio drinks or other narcotio'agents For more than forty years this faot bas oeeo gradually gaining recognition But even now it isdiffioolt for a large mnjority of people of average inteli gecce to divest themselves of tbe ide that drunkenness is scything but an aot of folly," a sin, a vice or a crime. Th finger of eoorn bas been pointed at tb sot as an object of ridiouie and coo tempt. .The drunkard has been etig mat'zd as a gocd-for-notbing scape grace, who loves excess for its own eakp, who lives but to gratify his vitiate tastes, who from his inherent depravity knowingly and unblushiogly prefers v!08 to virtue, drunkenness to sobriety It bas been tbe habit of the tbeologia to denounce tbe intemperate as willing !y guilty of heinous sin; and the judge upon tbe bench to punish tbe riotio drunKard as a criminal offender. .Few seem to bave given bis condition of body or mind a thought. Faw seem to have even suspeotad that be was sufferer from both physical and menta disease, and so only contumely acd ap proach, pains and penalties bave bee employed in the treatment of thesa piti able subj-ots of albobo'io mtnia. fl-is this treatment of the inebriate beeu humane and j idioious? Is tbe in abriate but a fooi? Ii he but a ano and wicked sinner? Are all bis out breaks of drinking but the fruit of an evil, perverse disposition? To all these questions medical sciance answers emphatically No, and plainly does common sense echo the denial Men and women of the highest culture, the purest life, tbe most ex halted aims, have beoome rtcileje drunkards. Tbe dearest minds, tbe kaenest intellects. the most aocurate reasocers, bave fallen victims to the fell destroyer. The warmest hearts, the kindest souls, tbe most unsalfish spirits have been trsns formed by th9 "trioky spirit" into the coldest, mast selfish votaries at Jthe shrine of Baocbus. we nave rnese and a great oompacy of such fallen so low? Not from a de sire to fall, cot from wicked and vain imaginings, not from a determination to become drunk, not from any innate love of inebriating drink, bub from a want of power to resist tb.- overwhelm ing weight of a weil-nigh irresistable impulee withia tham, which when fully awakened hurls them aw.-iy in spite of their vain efforts to etoape, into a whirl wiud of exoaasiva iadulganca and da bauchery . Ij drunkenness tbe affect of disease' EIow any one who has witnessed the oaraer of a confirmed drunkard ever bad any doubt on that subject is beyond ordinary human comprehension. Yt there are some who deoy tbat in ebriety is ever a disease, or tbe effects of disease, and insist tbat it is only a moral vioe. But this antiquated idea bas been slowly giving away for many years past, foroid bok bafora tha enl gnten- ment of modern scientific icqjiry Moral obliqaity and vioious tastea may sometimes b3 tha o luie of iasempsr ance, and wa f.-eely concede tbat there is a m iral and rahgioos asp-) of in temperance, and that it there is in ebriety tbe disease, there is drunken ness, tbe vioe and crime. But many sad experiences have shown us that there are inebriates more sinned against than sinning. To impute immorality, vica and eio t, tha inebriate for bis physical inability to resist tbe intense involuntary, mor bid crave toat 03raes over him at times is as ur j jot as it would be to impute immorality, vice and sin to the idiot for bis idiocy, or the hereditary epileptic for bis epilepsy. Mr. D. P. Davie, a prominent livery man and merchant of Goshec, Va , hue this to s7 on the sut jct oC rheum atism: I take pleasure in recommecd- cg Chamberlain's Paim Blm for rheu matism as I know from personal exper- ecce tbat it will do all tbat is chinned for it. A year ago this epring roy brother "b laid up in bed wit h itfl3- matory rheumatism and suffered in tensely. The first appl e ition of Chamberlain's Palm pain and tbe use of pletely cured him. Balm eased tbe one bottle com For sale by all druggists. Interesting Paragraphs. From Thuieday's Dally. The Herald offic had a pleasant call from Mr Harvey Hubbs of Kingman, one of tbe substantial Democrats of Mohave county, this morning. Among the outgoing passengers cn the traio for the north this moroirg were F E Bsupre.Li Juntu; Miss Lirg jvortby, Omge Uaj, KnnsiiP; D B H?-nd nd family, Chicago; W H Rjana, I.j dianopolie; W E. D-fty, Lijs Acgelec; W. S. Williams, San Francisco; Mrs. E. B. Stone and two children, Chicago. Mpj.fr R Allyn Lwie, coanciimat from tbe 2;.d Ward acd tcting Mayor, ienies that be hos been served wi'bn notica to quit by tha Citizens' Associa tion. Ha is e ck abed acd the chance are tbat he will decide to remove per manently from the ward, thus resigning voluntarily fcs ha said ha wcuid iuei summer. Mr. E. M. Simmons, a prominent merchant and land owner from Cripple Creek, has taken up bis residence ir Phoenix, and wise'y subscribed for tbe Daily Herald, and this fall will invest in city property. Two months ago be arrived bere completely broken down in health, during tbe stay be has gained 35 pounds and one would think he bed never seen a sick day. General Agent Ira P. Son it hot the S. F. P. & P. railroad company today resigned his position and will go to California. Mr. Smith bas been with t his company sinos it was completed to Phoenix and has by his close attention no business and affable and obliging disposition gained tbe good will and esteem of tbe business community of Phoenix, who are sorry to note bis de termination to leave tbe city. - From Friday's Daily Bu'caer Touvre sh'pped a oarload of beef oattle to Congress this morning. Among tbe outgoing passengers on tbe morning train from tbe north were W E Hall, Daover; Mrs W L Vail Jerome; R G Sterasbury, Wuohita, Ks; G A Brannen, Minneapolis; R H GUI, Cheyenne, Wyomicg. Milt Brawley, for whom a warrant was issued on the 25th of last December on a obarge of disturbing tbe meetings of tbe Salvation Army, retured to tbe city last nigbt acd was promptly ar rested on the old warrant. He will bave a hearing before Justice Morris tomorrow. Mr. Joe Stein received tbe glad intel ligaoce this afternoon tbat bis wife and children who for tbe past year have been visiting relatives and friends in Gsrmany, had r6rc'aed Naw York in safety and would leave this evening tor home. The dsys will seem like weeks to Mr. Stein until be welcomes bis fam ily to his borne again. A yoaaz ootopus was received at The Saore by express this morning. Toe tentao'.es are from three to five feet long and one can form some idea of tbe enor mous power of this monster of tbe deep when grown to full size with tentacles fifty or sixty feet in length. It is with out exoaption the most terrible of at sea fish. It is being viewed today by numbers of the people who are aocus toned only to dry land. An enormous skata was also reoeived and both are tbe first animals of tbe kind in Phoenix. It is rumored that an elopement took place from Phoenix Wednesday nigbt whioh was nicely planned ard nicely car ried out. For some time gast the singer at the Acheuser saloon and the night bartender bave been notioed by tbe fre- queuters of that resort to very partial to one another. Wednesday afternoon the bartender hired a livery rig and with the singar drove to Tempe, and bave not b-ea saen sinca. The cext morning word was brought to tbe livery stable tbat the team was at Tempe sub j-ct to oall and that the couple had taken tbs tr i'a 'or the sou ill the even ing before. Some time ago tbe Citizens Commit tee presented a latter to tbe Board of Supervisors etating tbat they consider ed the payment of 335 a month to A. J, Portene as court interpreter and $15 to tbe District Attorney for' office rent were illegal payments and should be discontinued. The Board took up tbe matter at their meeting of yesterday and instructed the olerk to notify the committee th-.t they were willing to re ceive advice a:d suggesting from aoy oitiz90 of the county in the manner of oonduotiog the business of the county but that in ths t wo instances citfd tbey were doing xt--t'i was best for the tf.s p&yers of the c:unty and saving the county much more than they would by disscntinuirg t bo payments. Ei Sherirl J. K. Murphy is in the oify from h s mining properties about twelve miles north of Wickenburg, where be his been working steadily for the past ooupla of months. He bos de veloped the mine pretty thoroughly and fcas laid bare n vain of ore wbichgoes sixty dollars to tbe ton on assay and a great deal higher in concentrates. Mr. Murphy has r-!Caivod bo offer of $100,- 000 for the ol iim, provided it goes down i certain dptb nnd be is now engaged o sinking for th.t deptb, when be will turn it over to 1-ba purchaser, tie nas no doubts that the mine will go down as at tbe present- time it is so iwing up better as depth attained. From Satnrdny.B Daily. Mr. Jarrv SjllivaD. the large cattle buyer arrived yesJerday afternoon from Kansas City, wo&ra be went with a large shipment of oattle about a month ago. Hon. J. M. W. Moore, delegate from Yavapai couu'y to tbe Republican con vention that tnt oo the29h ult , ra- urued today from a visit fo his fine property in the v cicity oC Mesa uity. Mr. Fiunk Fi'qua has a force of men at work erecting -n elegant brics livery stable on his property on the corner of Adams and Fi.unh Avenue. He will remove from hn present quarters on Centre street a r. i t the first of next rifonth . Mr. Vic li.nry yesterday resigned manager i.f i Globe store and erased to b connected wan tbe h'rcu of Goldberg B rot t't-is, with whom he has eon connected for tbe past six and one- half vears. Mr. Hanny is a number one salesman acd bas a host of friends in this city. He expects to go to Colo- j rad.o to locate in s month or two. Mr. Ben. Williums, Superintendent of tbe great Bisbee copper mines pasted through tha city this morning on his way east. Ho was accompanied by bis niece and children who will stop at Prescott. The train for the north was held a short time for the party which cuiie in on the train from the south. Judge R jusa will adj mm c;urt here Saturday rsnd go to Pnoenix, where an a-1j turned t-?rm of t he- Supreme Court will convene Dei t Monday. The Juc'ge expects to return here tbe. latter part cf next week aijd will remsio uctil tbe Craham docket is cleared. It is now expected tbnt the United Sr.ntes court will convene here ou tbe 25-h cay cf May. Graham ('ounty Bulb tin. A circular has been received at the office of the S. F. P. & P. railroad com pany in Ib's city todhy giving notice of the appointment of Mr. R. W. Gillette ks Acting General Agent of tbht ccm pHoy , vica Mr. I-a P. Smith reaianed. Mr. Gillette bas fi led tbe c ffi-je of 1( cal ticket agent for that company for seme time and is an able and progressive railroad man, wbo will do everything in b'B power to maintain the popularity i f bis road at the point to which bis vre" decessor bas brought it. For every quarter in a man's pocket there are a dozan uses; and to ut;e esch oje in such way as to deriva the great est benefit is a question every one must solve for himself. Wa believe, however, that no better use could ba made of one one of these quarters than to exchange it for a bottle of Chambarlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, a medi cine tbat every family should be pro vided with. For sale by all D.-uggists. Mr. W. C. Davis, who owns some valuable mining properties at Goidao, near Harqua Hla, arrived this morn Ina from Tucson. Mr. Uavis has a twenty-five ton cynnida outfit in this oity, whioh has jast arrived from the east, and which fce will ship and erect upon his mining properties in a few days. Tha ore of bis properties is very rich and he expects to eav.e all tbe min eral through tbe new prooess which be will use. The enrollment of pupils in the Pbce- nix city schools for the eighth month, whioh closed Ifi6t week, is as follows East End, 152; West End, 170; Five Points, 82; Central School (grammer grades,) 341; Union High School, 97, making a total enrollment of 8-13. This is not quite as large as previous months but many of those who have spent the winter ia the oity bave already re turned to their northern or eastern homes, taking with them their children who have been attending the sohoola during the winter. But three weeks of tbe term cow remain and pupils and teachers are all bard at work putting the finishing touches to a very success ful year of school work. The "Liife of tbe fl-sb is the. blood therc-of;" pure blood means healthy functional activity and this bears with it the oertainty of quick reetor.ttio from sicknes9 or accident. Dr. J. H McLean's Strengthening Cordial and Purifier gives pure rich blood, and vita ;z9 and strengthens tbe wboie boAy SI 00 per battle. For sale at Kaefer'i PharmHOy . OUK CI1Y FAIHEKS, Special Election Called for the Pur pose of Voting Bond. There was a special meet-iug of tb City Council Inst evening at which was ordered that a special election b held in tbis city on June 2 next for th purpose of sllowicg the people to say by their votes whether or not bond shall be issued to pny tb 10,000 of bonds which will fall due on Ootooer SO next, and 6leo whether tbe fljating in debtedness of the city amounting to $30,500 shall ba bonded. Ibeo-iilfor tbe election also state that a Mayor and Councilman from the Seoond ward shall be chosen by the people Mayor Rosson having resigned some time ago and tbe resignation cf Councilman Iiawis of the Saoond ward being presented and accepted last even ing. The resignation of Mr. Lewis doeB not take effect until bis successor is elected and qualified. The next regular meeting of the Counoil will be held on next Monday evening when olaims will be audited and other business transacted. FHOKSII MARIifiXS. Current prices Corrected daily by Phoenix UTerciants Whole Barley, per 100 pounds J ss a Rolled Barley, per 100 ponnds 95 Grain Hay, buli-d, per ton Alfalfa, per ton 7 7 7 25 CO . 1 SO 2 50 Alfalfa Seed Whtat, per 1''0 poranda Plonr, per 100 ponads Bnttor, per poond ; Cheese, per pound IS?1.1' Snuar, cabe, per 100 pounds S gar, prannlatpd, per lOOpoaiida Coffee, green, per Doncd 6 7X7 00 6 5u6 0 Rice, per 100 ponnda 5 7"g B 25 Beans. Lady Washington, per 100 lbe. 2 5 )ig8 00 Limas. per 100 poands 4 OUft.4 50 2 0 Pink, per 100 poande Sam. Kansas ity, per pound. ... 12 H 18 12' i lCl.i im 10& 20 4 . 5 lCgl5 4HS5 20 20 20 25 15 15 15 20 15 2 75 8 Ou 6 Ot 10 3 SO Baoon, per ponad Lard, leaf, per ponnd Dried Apples, per pound Dried Peaches, per ponnd Dried Apricots, per ponnd I ried Prunes, pe pound Dried Grapes, per ponnd .. Dried Bailing, per pouztd .... ... Honey, straiued, per pound.... OiNSED GOODS. Peaches, per can ... .. Apple, per can Pears, per can Berries, per can Tomatoes, per'oan String Beans, per can Corn, per can Je ly end Jam per can 25ttgs..per dosen STOCK. Beef on foot; per hundred Huge, live,per huudred Sheep, dressed, per hundred Turkeys, live, per pound Chickens, perdozen MEATS. Boef, Round, per pound Si loin, per pound ' Porter tlousa, per pound. Pork, per pound Mutton, per pound FftQIT. Lemons, per dozen Oi-anKfte. per doan Apples- per ponnd Pears, per pound VKGKTAB Onions, per pound 10 lr 10 12 V, 2Ug 35 6 S 2 V.i 6 iu IS radishes, beets, beana and aii Potat os,per ponnd wweet Potatoes, i er pound Cabha?e perpound Cauliflower Celery Families are supplied with. turnip. onious, peap. e-rip? small vegetih'eR hy vsetah'a .nv-nons . oiore thRn half the ills f t Tea is a p For Bale? rl's Olovar Root lor ootiBtipation. KEiL EST.iTp; TltANHFKItS. lleported t r (he Herald ry the V.I- ley AllstMci Company. April 29. Wm H Srnpley and wife to Thornae Jensen deed n J t li G se ?4 seo29 1 n 5 e; SKK30. Harriet C arid G S Lsmb to H W Brizee j - dsed purl, of lot, 1 I lls "25 Mess; 6200. John T D-rr-nie aud wif- to Wm J Kingsbury dd 50xl37J- tl te oor o!i! 57 Teaipe; SHOO. II H Giliispie, J-iau8 L Puttraon and E W Wilbur locn!e Ni-.iety-six ruining ulairn Ft McDowell district.. X .tf.ri.il bor.d t.f C P Siicms $1C00 Li B Ohr s y and J tmr-E. T Simojs sure tlea. B.ind of A J H'-.lsina, live etocU in spr cor, 500, eui'fties Cbae and Ln-o Goldman. April 30. R H Campbell to sd-iie R Campbell, de"d, ss I4 acd tj ew 14 f ee e"e 14, 1 p 4 e, except 1 acre ic ee corner; SI W D Falvviler t.nd wife to Eiln il Robinsor, derd, nw lj of nw sec IS, 2 o 2 e; 82000. Avis P il jlmes to Mandela L:nds'eyj quit claim di?ed, lot 13, Wiliowdale; SI Register and Receiver to Victor E Meesstsger, receipt, desert land entry lots 3 and 4 and s J- of dw J4 and sw ,!f see 4, 1 n 1 w ; $80. J W Fo&ter, affidavit that Frederick Foster was the owopr of und interest in sw of sw sec 21, 1 n 5 e; that Baid Frank Fester died intestate; that he is tbe father and Nancy A Foster the mother of said dtcssstd and the only beir at lav. O G Anderson acd wife end J W Foster and wife to Maricopa Lean end Trust Co, quit oiaim deed, tw 4 of sw sec 21, 1 p 5 e, SI. Li W Pinney and B 10k of Xn agreement extending moitgigs ciu'ed May 11, '91, for $456 95 cn lot 10 h;i 98, Phoenix, from the period of 1 year from May 11, '96. ' . Rio Verde Canal Co to Mior anpol'.s Tr-jei Co, amending tbe residuary fund clause of trust deed dated lit or" Jug, '95, and providing for exe'er g-? of wat.r shares. M..y 1, ISCb" R E Ii Linville to Mrtry E Ny!or deed lots 6 and 8 blk 4, Iota 1, 3, 5, blk 5, and lots 2, 4, 6, 8, and 10, blk 7 Lin ville Addition; $1000. Emma H Bdugb aiid M Baugb, to Ida E Holliogsworfch deed w of ne see 11 2 n 1 e; 32500. Geo T Brosius by a' torney to Pr ccee E Hamilton bond for deed iot2Mk4 and lot 2 blk 5 Central Place; 8333,2 years X per cant. E M'Bal'tiacb looas R-driver, Hope and Muscotb mioii g oinltuii, White Pica oto d'et. A Li Slve of G'inda'e, butrher's bond fl000,C T Hurst and H A Ham melsureties. V $ OFFICE OF Black well's Durham Tobacco company. to-day. Yours very truly, BLAC2WELL5S DURHAM tobacco coaPAr. If you havt any difficulty in procuring your soap, cut out this notice end tend it witii your order to your wholesale dealer. FOB SAI E. Rancii-:-120 km. Near head of canal with small house. S3. 5D PER ACRE Also S 1 ,8 DO Two good Tem pe town properties cheap, Rent for $25 per month. Fine Alfa'a Ranch, 24 miles fromR. J?., orchard, vineyard and never failing veil of yood waler,with 2'empe CanalKaler. No Agent's Commissions. Call on or address : W. A. BOLTON, Notary Public Temse. Arizona. Farmers' - Merchants' EAIS:K TE5TPE, ARIZONA, Capital SfSO.OOf , B. Q. FRANKENBURQ President NEILS PETERSON.... Vice President CBAS. N. TAYLOR.. Cashier General Banking Business Transacted. OOKKKSI'ONUKNTS. Uank of Nw York, S. B. A Ne- Yori glo-Califoruian Hank San Franeipei National Bsnk of ('aliforui . ..Ixs Angelas, Ca Consoliriaiod National Bank Tncson, Arit Vftlly Psnk ... AHb s a LOCAL DISEASE and is the result of colds and sudden climatic changes. It can be cured bv a pleasant 9 HAY-rl remedv which isamilied di rectly into the nostril a. Be- E nig-quickly absorbed it gives relief at once. Ely's Orsam Mm is acknowledged to be the most thoronjrh c no ior Nasal Cutarrh, Cold in Head and Hay l ever of l-ii roiaedies. It opens and clt-aiwea the n 'sal psissisp--. al!.-vB nam and inflammation, hrsls tlieaorcs. f iects the membrane fro. j colds, restores the 3f tnpte and smell. Price fi'le. at Drncmste or by r.t- :. ELY BitOTHKES. b6 W arren Street. Kw Vo: ISSMOFROE". A CKER5ICAL FstabVh? In Colorado, 1S66. Samolrs Sivma'I or FTp-i: "S witt receive prompt and eurefal itiiteution Bold a Silvar Buiiioa RiflA-tilelBh"i5! idd.-MJ, 1736 V38 l'"wl5' BsaTflf , Cob- j . I 1 "Who are nervous, weak, worn out with local troubles iiitd pure blood, nerve gtreniith, and perfect health in Hood's Sarsiiparilla. We do not say the above to raise false hope. It lias beeu the experi ence of many, very many women in those intensely trying; periods which demand and consume so much forec those special physical trials we delicately indicate by merely using the Words Maid, Mother, Matron. Like a confidential friend we suggest the use of Hood's Sarsaparilla, a reli able Mood purifier and tonic; it. has helped many others and will help you. " I was in poor health five years, broken down in strength, and appetite all gone. Local troubles and other weaknesses in tensified my misery. Nervous sick Headaches dizziness, heartburn and pains in my back made me think I should never be well again. A friend prevailed upon me to try Hood's Sarsaparilla. I noon began to improve and in six months it restored me to better health than ' for years. I have found Hood's Sarsaparilla a grand medicine for all troubles peculiar to ex I am now strong and healthy and can do a good day's work. I stand by Hood's Sarsaparilla, for it cured "me after other medicines failed." MRS. Lue DlER, Carlinville, Illinois. This and many similar cures prove that c?l U El IA 11 61 1: Sarsaparilla Is the One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. $1. Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co.. Lowell, Mass.. ww rll are purely vecetable, care-- HOOd S PlllS fully prepared. 25 ceuta. . Cripple Creek Destroyed. Mr. 33 M. Simmons,of Cripple Creek, Colo , who is an exteneive property own er of tbat place and who came to Phoe n;x n oouple of months ago - for tbe ben eh't of his health, received tbe following telegram tbis morning: Cripple Creek, Colo., April 30. El. M. Simmons, Pnoenix: Residences all burned with tbe rest of the towo yee day. Rev. W. T. Hunt. The loss to Mr. Simmons through the fire will aggregate in tbe neighborhood of 810.000. if DURHAM, N. C. Dear Sir: You are entitled to receive FREE from your wholesale dealer, WHITE STAR SOAP with all the Blackwell's Genuine Durham Smoking Tobacco you buy. One bar of soap Free with each pound, whether 16 02., 8 oz., 4 oz., or a oz., packages. We have notified every whole sale dealer in the United States that we wi:l supp-y them with soap to give you FPEF. Order a good supply of OSNUiME .DURHAM at once, and insist on getting your soap. One bar of Soap FREE with each pound you buy. Soap is offered for a ii.niteJ lime, so order r" a Chichester's 3 .ih liiomond Brand, EfffinSYAL PILLS Origi;ul s:;t Only Gen nine. safe:, at a.j ri'liabie. laoics auk , lriii.-f;-;st lur Ciih:t.ra Fiftith Via t morid lirftrri in fit d ait J Uvld mrtllic lKxes. s--aisJ wi h hints ribbon. Tukn 'no oihcr. He fuse tiannrryu mbattttf t ions and mii At Druirrima. or send In. in 3T.imr.ri f.T particulars, tatimoDiali and 'ltolief l,aile. in Utter, hr return VmSI. 1 (. rstimoninU. AVm- - Sold hj ail uocui DruKijU. I'hlUMlav. im COUGHS and COLDS ELY'S PINEOLA BALSAM is s sure Kerned L for coughs, colds, eorc turoat and for asthma, it abates the coneh, and renders especfe. oration easy. Consumptives will invariably derive benefit from its use, jVlany who suppose their caecs to be con sumption are onlv suHering from a chronic cold or deep seated coagh, of tea, . aggravated oj ca tarrh. For catarrh use Ely'a Cream Balm. Botu remedies are pleasant to use. Cream Bairn, 50 eta, per bottle; Pineola Balsam. 25c, Sld by Drnpeista. LX" BIiOTHiiS 66 Warren St., ew Yurie. cl- PfH ':-'r'1 rT"- ! i2!?-S$&-n' ' -- "l.-'iC PC'' v-:; And v - i5x ii lYtL I'M i ii't' i or ( rcinUnicce ; ? r'. (-iiiins; Mors LiK-tT. - n, rica ; J i A T;r Fnily ii lcOpll "t-t. Vhol-on.p 'i': i thly. i f : year. IliEMX Li Till CiSrs' i :1j $jgi;es you'lei tie's JSIonth'y and the; Fhacnin: if'eflly Hen hi. -t ; 'Send to t-'i-n f.t i I' .ttt;s'ni.nj J. -t;:..-, A. . . for new lltnxTruh'ri t-rfimutu 3,u.;ii . .ii j. i. i I -mm:-,;-.