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News of the World for the Past Seven Days. The postponement of constaliulary vote v;is ou!y eouceeiled by ihe gov eriinient upon P:iravll's promise 1'L.At ticket. P'alXorui at!i!teJ, among oilier flings instruct K;iIators to vote for tiij iliviaioa of Pima Coaaly it sball not be obruetcd oaMomlsy. j at.! tlct-.hirui against llii; present sys- Minster Whitebait's dinner; which usually preceecls the close of the ses sion, will take place WeduesJay ; jeelt'd on- Monday but insetted ailii lem of ti.vxiair the ne: proihiet of milium. Tiie latter rc-iolulioii was re- next. 3'o.Vier i-arly I'clitiiv. t'.o.n 1U2 fi:i:il Diili Sinariinjr under tin ros dation3 adopt.'d by the Denioeiatio Coaven Uun i.f PUeenix, ileelarin "cU-rnal lio-t iliiy to the blaek IJepubikau party," the It 'pubUeans in all the hotter & Bradley r J 9 Associated Press Dispatches to J Tha Phtsnlx '-Herald." A BECMOS. KURNEU TO DEATH. STOCKS. Lawk esc-e, Mass. Aug 23. A Arc S.S Fk.s.:isco. An 31 The fid took place in the flock-washing room j lowing are the prices ot the principal of the Pacific Mills a one story j stor ks to-day : building, having neither d.-ior or I Xevada, windows, the only entrance 1ein; through the skv-Hirht, and Michael t tiJiiJMU LUC S?. -I 1 III , Uilll .IlllJIdCI Nkw Yokk, 28. A d-Irga- j nesar d i;ilrjck Moriartv, who were unable to get out, were burned to death. CHIEF OUK.VY's XIX T.t. Las Finos, Aug 2S. A runner has ju-t arrived announcing the death of : Ouray. The treaty has not ycl bcrn signed and probably wiii not be for a Hon nf vnlnntners ot the Mexican War were umong the visitors t- Governor's Island to day. General Hancock and the delegaliod had a pleasant talk. The delegation was presented to General Hancock by General Gibson, and a cordial hand- sliaKin- loo. piaee. . ..e -..i .... , ve.ir v,m 1)C mch c02lpI; pressed his great pleasure at meeting . u. theiu. The conversation ran away i - s:iv liM ,ack to the crossing of the Uio j tts5crtsr VTf" j',." 'sO.-Seorctarv Grande, of San Augustine ami ,,,c I Sherman was inin'dv.ced on Change thrilling scenes of days gone by. j and SJ((ku ycrv tek.nv. H.. retired Col. Tiball mentioned the name of ; lo l5iC ,-.., t2,.,"t wlicn here a year ago Colonel Cross, who-e death they all itl,cre w:ls Sf)n,,. doubt as to the ahu- deeply lamented. One of the gen- of (le Oovc-.-imuiit to cany out .!. .. I.,.- . I j nf . iiemen eu juireu v:i i jis rtTuiulinir scheme. Iow lie was L'nion, :;'J5. lielehcr, 2 V. Utah, yli)''. X Iiell.-. si.'1;. Ophir, fS4'. Silver Kin-, Meu a:i, i J'.iS' Mt. Uia'o!.', Sl.j u;n'.. S.X IjUEN VliNTt U A , AtlgUi '. A Spraga-j left the j ill lit one of the doctors attached to hi regimedt while in Mexico, Dr. Grif flu. "Oh. he ii doing well.vcry well," was the reply, "he is in Southern California, and has a nice practice tliero. I hear from him every now and then." With friendly remmis cacei of old times, and friendly in terchange of expressions on current topics of the day, tUo half hour passed very quickly. STCtTKS. The following is the closing quo lions of slocks to-day, Auj. 27, at noon. Xerada. Wi- Union. $20 '4. Best, fll. Kelcher. UJ.t'. Utah, 510. X on hern Belle, 813. Ophir, 3. Silver Kins. Mexican, $12J2'. XOMIMATIOXP. Lkadvillb, August 27. The Re publican State Convention, this morning, nominated J. C. Shattuck ami James lUcc for regents of the University. Charles H. Pall for at torney general. The contest for Con gressional nomination was firm. Judge Decker of Druvcr, and Judpc Belford, the present incumbent, be ing the leading contestants. Firs Fallot save Decker, 110; Belford, 10 ; and Thompson, 60. Oji the second - ballot Thompson was withdra vn, and Bel ford was nominated amid great enthusiasm. fti.VEn.. Sas Fkavcisco, August 27. Treas ury officials yesterday took 401,000 ounces ot fine silver for .-arious mints: Proposals to sell have to be ent to Washington, where awards are made. There were quite a num ber of proposals sent on from San ITrancisco, among which were those of the Angelo Bank, Bank of Cali fornia and Nevada Bank. Most of the offers to sell were under the Lon don cquivalent.bat they were all de clined, except oiico? ITTIj'j'J omicesT happy to announce that it win ac-compii.-hed and resumption was fixed fact. nr.'i. ante. re WM nisiit at ten o ciolk, atier a oompiii- sory resi.leriv-i! ther.3 of two and a hair' years. f.i avoid any ehamre for ex iitc:ict:t, the Siicritl' kept his own eouusa! 3 lo his murasusnti and Spra.i'ue- was a-t;iishe,l when waked ! up to ba ironed at l-;at hour. 1 he Sheriaftook him in his i-uggy to Santa Barbara where his deputy lakes him to San Q-iU;tin. llfCAV's SUCCESSOR. L:s Finos, August 31. The Grand C xinci! vesierdnv cio.ited S ip-ivonar ial saya it is s'aicd f liJenee of Ourav, to whom, however, that Engiioh has told j wa4 ia-liileretit. The Ut'.'s k::!e.: Ciucac., An Wasliinstuu sp here as I'.ac the National Democrat; .- Committee that he will not ask the Com mittee to send a dollar to the State, and has indicated that he will take care of Iudiamip !";s. JiOTUIN-J xr.w. Dktroit, Aur. SO. I-iiilc news from the wreck. The Marine f."i;y boat Coated ashore but iias burned to the water's edge. Her book and papers were lost so that there is no accounting just how many lives were lost. It is estimated that there were 120 passengers, and a crew of 40, on board ; and about 130 arc reported saved, the rest it is feaicd are lost Three bodies have been recovered, names unknown; one culT was mark ed Watson. OURAY'S SIXCE.-tfOIl. Ln Ptxos, Aug. IJ0. Iiaforeuan is moA favorably regarded by the Grand Council for Ouray's successor. He is inferior to Onrny. Treaty is in statu quo ar.d some of the southern Ules are bitterly opposing it. It ex pires October loth. AGAINST rROTEST. Memphis, Aug. CO. Dr. Rice In- A Journal's j Oaruv's s v.-na-o He had the cou- f Ouray's best hur pany him ir rounds. tu th h:i to a;;;:;; : huai counties have taiie:i up the gaunint thrown down to them, r.nd are oigan- L'.ing and forming themselves into a solid phalanx to mcel the enemy and show the Democrats that they, alone are not to dictate to the whole of Arizona, as to who shall be their t'-i:iiriei.-man. and who shail super intend the In-ti uction Depart meal of the Territory. The very bad poli cy fluwn by the Democratic Con vention, brings upon them the just wrath of many of their own parly, besides securing the enmity of nli K-publicnns. To cntru-t the flairs of our Territory to the signers of such outrageous bigotry as is con. iahicd in the Democratic resolutions would be lo proclaira oar-.r!vt's a? creatures i:ica!a!de of rea on or self govern met. t. All inuTi-erit men, whether Democrats or ICepublicaiis are aver.-e to th.; dnfvitia: pa:! lines i in a Ten ilorv. It can do u good, J as it d .? not i:;crea.:e or lessen t'.'.e j votf iti Cot'rc-y, on cither side. It i does h :Vi: ia ciusing men to vote j with their pa:!y f'.-'- their party liiin, j irres:''cl i ve ; his g;K:d firb::d (jtiali j lies. V'l;at iitijiarilai man. tree from j reiriy influences, would vote for I'ol j Gruuvil'e Onry after lie has miowu shown himself so narrow minded in j bis ideas, so shot-'.sight '! in his pol iey, and so f 1 ional in his senti- nients? Cedonel Oury may be a very j ftiii; true of a chivalrous S r.i her n j . .DKALEKS IN' MISCELLANEOUS. PETER B.RiX, PJICENIX, A. T. V V ODA ATER -AND- la & sesa For Saloons, For Fiii-iilios, For Everybody. LEGAL. In tht IVoliui'i t.ri nt .Mariv.Mia t'or.p.ty, iii i lie T iiU.-rv i f Ariaofa. In il: UiMtc cf llV.ZUe ol' I(i::a:i TU'.viiam. (k-civ;s-(l. 1'iirMiiint li :in : 1t (if caul court. ml? on the ""id dny of Ai!:-;ir, Invj. t.oaroi.s luTtltv Lr';cn ih:it Ttii;rMi.-v. ihv Z'ti f.v u S-'iilCM1. HtT. IH'J. a'- ll'i"l'i-J li. A. -H of ii'.ti j day, hi ilu- ( our ii-Mni; d -;id (iu.-i. n- tc; ion s iiui hlir.ir. tu I'uchix. 1.1 : l:v io;nnif M!S:'ULLNJ."l f Aiarii;w. havu l.'. n ;;' i:'cd. a- itw 1.1 A A T 1U..1 p!:icv lor primvin- lb- will of said : .TO O O " A I I I i iic ;;j.'licativ)ii iw A. J.i'or.. lu.- i.if i---ti-am- tu l.i-ii if K1 if in itsia!m:.il: r, n ai.d vli'T'.' any pcivui; '-uu uiay a:- ( .i . , . II v i. j In the .: CNmrt. t;n::ttv ai:ti "I1 I'li'jr v .!' iiv:ii.'i, in- t iianci'fl;. I'roI.jro .) u. ! In liiv m::tcr o! il-:u.o r M.iric.,;i., iiu , ui. A. CARPETS i ill JliJ.t, Jli JL V,' ; ! , rr-r II f n n I K:no S. Vv'.wi.sE". t'.( '-e..-J. , j PiesqaTt HftstpTiii f!Tn ! it ai.ii-rinu' : a--. J..u-:-.-..r..i tt. bv ; f?1arscopa and Prose tit. as If duii't like it Siraiht. rL foi A SODA COCKTAIL ! Sai.oo.ns Ft:r.':.-u Tj:em. tS'-Ord-i-s solicited and satisfac tion L'uaraaleeti. Los Arsselos, Gal. I-mo,-rat. but v, want ot I'tiivairy jtist we v.-;::it is iiood, t:,;ii .-etis', wiiii ii a;.;:e:-rs are it o ' d i not ;a t Witat j imraon i mainlv I ;':'.'.: p:ri;(i'i iu Coioue! Oury Ly its abscaee. The Democrats have not been :i! le to rii.d a man worliry to re;.re-e::t the great interests of Ari zona, let its see if a wan worthy of the e.'iiii ii nee of the people is to be found in the ranks of the republicans. LARGEST STOCK AND LOWEST PRICES Happenings Throughout iho Territory. Ths Ti::.ii-e, August 28, 1SS0. ii-puoiicaus orguntzuu a Tucson items. Tucson, August 30. The great an nual feast of it. Augu.iti has been in full Mast since Friday and the at tendance, large enough at first is rap idly increasing. There are two feast grounds tlii. year, but the main crowd is at the one in the rear of Levin's Parle, where the main bt'.ihi- t iuo io-iiiiint wiin J. i. I nest as Presi.lenCcha. Koberls Vice Presi dent, Allien Decker .Secretary and "Wm Lauchiiii Treasurer. W e now have 3-5 members on our j At a Democratic mectiii-r held here Specially Telegraphed to the j ';t Thursday iiljrht we wvrc t-nter- t iiaeil witn siime of Hie eioreicnce of . .. A. D. Lemni! in necusiti the Metiub- Ph03RiX nara-d. ! jjcan p:iriy ! all the corruption "that rii. tallen race c-l in.in cm tie t;iu.iv of; ar.d a ecnliar tratie in hats j about the close ot'ihe mcetinpeculiai' ! lo the Democratic party. One prom- j iiietit Fieptibiican let-Is very thankful that he wore the poorest hat in the ' crowd as he was thus enabled to re- ; turn to his residence of siuslebless- I edne.s with the mine hat. j We arc expfciin.i t ) hive a ran.l j r:i!!y here :! ii itiir the week folh'Wing j the County Convention. i C. P. II. i SjWe guarantop any goods Ordered from our House, and sell to Arizona Customers at Le-s than San Francisco Prices. DOTTER & BRADLEY, NEW PIIiEXiX ISAKEIir, J. !!ES?c?iS, - Proi Tn oIVf' havp of XSreatl or 1 All my Calves arc my orn make, and nvt Imi srtctl . Pics tiv.ti r:izP9 p.!:.viv.-j on hand. V.jc Iicad m.-ulu tu order, ert Id i 1 1 by?.":. V.' ICal'j.-. tu-: :i.!inii,i;r;1iv.r of ;hc t i f?-iai'.: -f Miliar S. Wtn.-!My. dcvis . ijiuy- j j im; f'or aa o:lor (f of r a) i-.-i'tii-; u-;-; ; j ir ih in-c.'v-aiy t ) r".'l x v.iiu!. .t ;! tc;l j i:ii j. lit i:y ill d :.'( ( ;il-li.ii'n n-jii, i ik-- il-.'-wisi:', a:; i 'tic ic-r.'..-, c-;iiisa iid i j cinuc nt au;iiijii-t:..t".ii. j I. I-; Tl:o;i lijfv .)it':vtt-ii 1.-' tl Jud; of, t.-ftari- 01 .-.ti.i :i-.-'.;':iM,:L .'tjnii'jr I'O.'ur.- -i.t 1 clay ir "!;,br. A. i). y- at it o-;..-ck t in -Ik- !( v',i.Hi i' bnWi u ;v, at i'it tro'H'i , H.c.ui i,r ..uif'i l'.-ftj-aic CVii't. at c -U..;." : j JLiuildi:1.-. i:i Uio iivn it I'l.vjui. ir; .-.iii ; co'.ii:Ty yrr;r:cc.vfji, to fclit!r cii'io l.y :i I ! o;tif-r ";'!;oi;l:i nut l.c cr.::i.vl E.i T.: "-.iid i j ati:uin:.-:::a:ir t -xi-li -i, ir.iii-a of tl: Trul j j eiat: hi lll" r 'ti U'Ctv.-td ;ir- .-I;:i!I t !ie J-ja.-:iryt :.i;ti lilil c..-1-y '"'i-? o;-?r b. j and t)iibliih;d :ii ;Ul ix-atvv. j j V, Li. A. 2. "CO!'iC. i " CW li r.fLI .VIN-fi COM i A XV Via W-::.-s" ;ii.7A.v. Carying U.S. Ma!!?, and W. F. ol Go's Expr?S3 c.-e-- cur - 'i1 w.;"! uuUu-ru Vicli-c i::'-a,i i 1? ;f i:: Ii e 5,tn 1 ! Wol'KS, il.l il 0 1 ' i. It- d;:y il ::iy. I ! '--, W spoetor of Nstioua! Board of Health in.s, 123 hy TO feet, is p.ieUed with at Yicksb'.irir station telfranhs that 1 cverv dicrirt':cn of 'lmidin tables he has taken five sick people from otT L tow boat Haven, which arrived last Friday eveniu.? from Xew Orleans. The-boat then proceeded up the river and saloons, while, throughout tue cxtensiva grounds -are dispersed small games, and booths for the sale of tefreahments. The principal at- .ipiinst his protest, but the health ; traction is gambling and the slU-ii- from the Anglo California Bank at $1 14 per ounce. The co ndition ut Ihe market 13 such that Ihe Gov ernment can almost make its own priced for silver. The foreign de mand has been steadily advancing, so that there is .about 2.j,000 ounces of fine silver awaiting a market. c far as can be learned t crc is not jnnch stock. In London there is "jut a comparatively small demand. V aeaisuTox, Aug. 2T. Transfer of 360,000, uver 30,000 ounces in standard gold bullion was ordered officers here are on the alert and the I'avcu will not be allowed to land. Sloe ;;s. Sax FiiAXCist-o, August CO. The following are the stock quotations up to nocn : Nevada 12. Union S'iil.j. Yellow Jacket o. Bulkier 52.. Utah 10. Xortuern Belle $13. Bodie 3. OphirST.1.!. Silver King S3. Mexican 11. Diablo 5JI5;'1:.'. Tip Top $7.- CAIGHT. S.vs Fiiaxcisco, Aug. 30. V. Delicti ve Fuiass and Detective Cof lery, of the city forte, have captured three counterfeiters who have been issuing d;.n'erous counterfeit stanel- Jo-day, from the assay ofiite iu New York City to the mint in Philudsl- j ard dollars for some months. The phla for coinage. Col. Jro. S Barbtir, of Alexandra. was unanimously nominated, to-day. prisoners are .Michael C'ullec Alexander Sweeney and wife. The Chinese s teamer Hochonsr ar- for Congress from Virginia, by the "''eu l.ns afiereoon from Jlonalulu Dcm. Convention alter 94 ballots. S:.e landed about 450 Chinese Night before last, near Cochrane, ! sengers at Honaluhi. It will depend 5 four j-oung white men went to a Pon instruction of commander rela tive to length ot his stay m port whether she will par-s extra duties and discharge cargo or await action negro cabin, broke down the door and Qred on the occupants. J. Brown, who live in the shanly, seized his inn, fired both barrels off and killed two brothera named Dykes. The tops of their heads were blown off. Coroner's Jury returned a verdict of Justifiable homicide. TWO MORE. of U. S. Government on fiic-s of Ilonaiuiu papers it appears that a lively contest has been uoing on lately in the Islands with regard to the Chinese question. John 'A'. Machev we.s to have been Waco, Tcx., Aug 27. Linchfield examined as witness for piTiiutirT Hurks was hanged here at 2 o'clock this afternoon for assaulting a little girl named Sarah HcBee. lie died denying his guilt. Dau-as, Tex., Aug 27. This after noon Allen Wright was hanged for murdering Jesse Wicks. Both were eolored men. Nearly 3000 people gathered around scaffold, women pre dominating. Some cow boys came hundred of miles to see the execu tion, MIACD. Sax Fbaxcisco, Aug. 27. Squire Dewey has filed voluminous account in Superior Court against John Mackey, J. Flood and J. W. Cole man, exeutors of Wm. O'Brien, Pa cific Lumber Flume Co , Nevada Hank, Pacific Refining and Bullion Exchange and Cal'a Mining Co., de manding an accounting of Califor nia Mining and it stockholders for alleged wrongs, frauds and breaches of trust and on such accounting re pay to said Company, for the use of itu stockholders all profits and prop erty belonging to said Company, ob tained by defendants by means of transactions set forth in complaint. The complaint is similar to those made in the notorious Burke suits against the Bonanza firm. The sum involved is said to be in- the Tetrion ' of 110,000,000. STOCKS. The following arc the closing quo tations. Nevada $12. Union 20 Bolchcr $U. Unah ?10. Northern Belle R13. Ophir $7;. Siirer King Mexican $12. Diablo $1CJ. Tip-Top FOREIGX. Ld.vdjn", Alpine 23. Yesterday's .struggle in the Hoi fe of C ommons reultud in a victory for the govern ment a't'.T ,2 hour's continous sitting i-da tlie ca?e ot jiarxe vs. i ;c-j(! t but fitiJed to obey the subpa-na scrv ( tion of visitors is engrossed cither by play or players. Among noted arrivals is Bishop Simpson of the M. E. Church, who preached last night to a parked con gregation at the IVesbvlerian church. It is understood that iti-wiJi visit-Phrnix. Gen. Thomas ETving, Democratic leader of Ohio, is also here looking alter mining interests. A 3iurder ami Apcit'.eot at Florence. Fi.ohk:ck, Auir. 20. Miguel Cer vntes, alias Miguel C'nyoic, shot and instantly killed Neavis Moutauo yesterday afternoon. There was r.o altercation or provocation ; llie mur derer was under the influence cf liquor which seemed to have devel oped a murderuii.; spirit as fcc tired at others and was only rcstraiutJ fre'in other murders by being dis armed. They Were Loih Mexicans. The murder was committed in front of a store in this plaf-r in the midst ;f a eroH-J of people. The munleri-r li now in jail here. i A man bv the name of Antnonv Pas" I Thomas had his hand blown oil", in Florence by the premature cxpli-sion of a charge of giant p'owtier, about ten o'clock but evening. S'olitieal aiitl Feast 'ews I'roia TuesGxi. Ti'esox, Ai:g;:s 31. The Demo cratic County Convention met hire yesterday afternoon with 31 delegate in atienJance, 13 jf whom held prox ies. Little business of important-'.: was transacted, except the nomina tion of f'jur oi the live candidates for lial ir.ragraj;hj. are organizing. .will soon be The Odd Feliow The. Public behool opeii';d. r,i.-i,iti tttti. t'-i Iwx.u irv-trrl ! for hore stealing. The chief reason Globe City wanls a new county is its distance from the county seat. This could be remedied b-' moviii" tiie counlv seat to l'jnai. MISCELI.ANKOUS. E S S ! & d 5 LUMBER! LUMBER! ! Clark I PHESi'OTT. i i j I I j 33 a b ! ;- i S 5i i ! g.si . v-rpj -t . ' - -Si-?IJMwliSrsow? 2 mmjmm m t'il IK V-.-i? Arcade Brewerv, AXD SALOOX. fc'iMES, LIQUORS AND CiGAaS dv.o: ibfi s'o. k. ir.i iittc-m: : (.'. 1 ) l-,vi--i.i tu tiio tilt. 6--'Vt:r;"-l MJl(;tir:it nani'.-.i of the r6.;)-wfc.u th..ivl- i: V, ("rih-'-.u. Tmsicr H i l-i K M CJili.on. 'i r::!..- ti i.'$.-0 lu-l vJ tit. It W ri.on. Tru.ivc. . .V 1.0 M A-id i ;lCl.:;Lllll'v, . ti la'.v ucd :. or-V.-r j of tin: lAJunl of iiirrt'iur-". inii'It ui ti:. cihih day of July. JitL t.) nMiy i-h.ircs t j vv.cU i:i:0'd of hucj block :.3 b- m c.-- 1 ; tary will bv s-U lit iki.:c f.i'.:i:-m. m. Uii j j n!ViC of tiif i,'iiijiar:;. . l';o::t G. l l;"-.ir j Buihiii'-. 3.!? iuiir-Jmo. v ?;ivt-t. Srm r !t- ! 1 ci-ti. t'uliuH;-: .Viontioy. fixitt : f tiny of ;?f;tLCiJibor. I.-.-S-J, : ttic h'-nr a' i i ! uVkicU, 1"- -i. of p.ii'.i th:-, to iay ; sal-. S. ). TGGTillS. Scrrorr.rv. Cil'fcuiia. i timt: to inrorr-.ii imh 'Mineral Tar'c. Fort Mohave aua II:: V.'e manufacture the FIX EST EE!1 in the Territory, which we .lii'er for sale by the Keg, Gallon Quart or Bottle. Ye make BOTTLED DEI II A SPECIALTY. OP.DEHS FILLED PROMPTLY i envoy- m'O llrlV- Of tl:ft i!ipoi-:e.l lioin St. J.o; a T ie : k-: ; ' us tlr;.:ih:. :-.o iiet.- in ihi .'Slwon . II E H . AKIZCA. Bv in the ieg!.-i - counc ils counsel ap peared, however, and stated that probably Mackey was iu Virginia City. The Orient Mining Com nan v. Bo- ! die District, made application for a new trial in the matter of dispute with the Xorlh Noonday Mining Co. which was argued before Judre Sawyer to-day. The Julia was assessed at 40 cents per share to-day. A case of small pox was found on Duponl St. between Jackson and Pa cific. The victim was a Chinaman Another ca:-e was discovcrd near lake Merritt, Oakland. AT J.AST CHANGED. Washington-, August 31. Trans poitatioa of mails was ordered over the recently constructed Southern Pacific raiiroad from Yuma, Arizona, to Benson, n-jarly 300 miles. This completes a continuous line of mail transportation through the entire length of California and nearly across Arizona desert. The transportation of mails ovir this rou'n begins in September and will be the first rail road service ever performed in that Territory. DEVILS TRAVELING. Attorney General Devens is on his way to Ohio to attend the soldiers' reuuioo to morrow, lie sneaks at Indianapolis oa the 4th and at South Bend on the GUi. lie will visit the State Fair on the S:h and expects to return to Warhington on the 12th. '.MA 1EM. COXVESTIOS. Trx'so.v, Sept. 1. The Democratic County Convention yesterday nomi nated J. S. Hood for Probate Judge; Hugh Farley for District Attorney ; C'has. Shibell for Sheriff; S. W. Car penter for IJjcordtrr; R. X. Lcuiher wood for Treasurer; all of whom are present incumbents. II. B. Smith, Public Administrator, James Haves for Croa?r. and a a!I legislative as follows 15. ueo. Ji. Stevens, W. B. Scott. Feast of St. Augustine crowded nightly. Gambling is the almost I sole attraction. Itavint: mov. rt cur nit!' f ve mitt: ivt st nl j r-fscnlii in Witt.v.-. Oruek. N.-ar ThtimH ! p.iittc. it wnin: u i'.lita tvo iii'.'es of the I Miller rsad. iietr Iron nj.rinps. ami haviiif I compic'l nn i-:,C'-i!'. lit l-.uil U- ;i:o Miller i ree: an-l to I'r ..-ctt. v.'i' zr. imv prc-iMoc; j larm-li iiuy miiLtar.l ur iiUalily uf j LUMBE R Shingles, Doors, Sash, I L iTUS, ETC., AT BEDROCK', vine ESa-lej-. Vinsir. Caw asxi Iro:iui-o j T-iMci; ii- i-iuuuv lut- Luuit.'r. CLAllK &, AUA3IS. I 'Vl-V: 1 E li U ii K-i w w& gi m e m I IS AGENCY T OTifr: To a ah in it ra iv conrorn. jN .'ori;c Is L'-"-c!:y L'iv u iLut u o riaiu ; Pront ih6ry N(-;c. i:-.tcu iiIUn;, A. T.. Jun- j Ti, p;:y;tl'; six :iios:tiis ;i:t.-r dT'. to; Ptti-r AriHriii, or Order, Ir ih-i sum of Ti'Tt'f j Hvudn-d Jjuilr.r, v. iih kiictA-.-t r.i - r- r t ct-iit. per n:.HUi:. tiu'n-:! WM. ii. KOt'J'KU i Jc (X).. by .JOUX :.if roNNACil!:;, At:.r- j iD'y-iii-facr. was lost I'ctvvecn (iillett i Liu. '1 i'-r Minn, vn cr al-wut liv? f:h tl.ty f j Jun'." iS): jiiifl all ji:r.-oiis are i;-Teiy ; iiiitlir-r imlirii'ci thai. eaUl i.ore is vJr:It.-- J for the rv.-aon Timt il was ulveu withoat uav valualiic coiiNMliTiitioii.. nc-'U:iUi hereby noiiucd. thai tuo v. i.; :n :hk! ry til- aiitlcrM'jue.i. A incr llie tail !:otc, iaav tv. Pctt-r An. c-'tl. a- Gillc'i:, or to the uUcr-; svium!. ut Pliciaix. i jan:;0-:;Ui Vf. . UOQYSK A CO- Lu 'iCamp Vcrde and Folnta. in- for rnmii'H the sJmc in r r UinClCO ZV. I 1.. Principal Cities Pa-:. tit- cuni-.l io ' lotic::. Bank of Arizona, ; Circe-Witt WaUs. Fa-83 C.v In tbr Probate Cf.rrt f f Mariwpa Co:nty. i:i ! llit TcrrH-fi. f Aii.-:t-'ia. b:ora V ux . A. J Iiii:V.i-k. PrdhittJ Juj j Order lo thuw ca;iv- , :iv nrtir of ai! of : Jlejil E-tate shoiiM iio: be iu-de. In: he mailer of iLj L.-:;o t of I.l Ki: MiNTHAJi. 0oce.",-ei. j It appcariae; to 'lie Ju-.Il'o of -J-iu iurf j by ihe ;-etiti:n ili:s Uav irr.-t-nt ii anil 1 dv ISaruh K. Mon:h:in.A(im:iiislrfitr:s of :he I esuif t:f 1-uLiC iloiiih-ni. (lccaied. oinyii,y j tor an ortier of ?aij JBta'-"' 'hat it . j ncc-aiy 10 hl-II or.a portion ihe jVini'v. tint ol1:s nut staititi;. air.-i.:i: f i!.e ii. ct-a-ca the i!t!)'.s, c:;;i.:i.-c; ctd i tharL'Os ol rtcmiai.i.-irarioii. f It therefore ordered hy iho Ji::l'- of sid ' ColiU T hut ;lJ persons ilireivsled in ihe i-tr-i.'. of s:iid deceased, urpi'tii b.-iore : it evil i Pit bate court on Tii:;!day. ihe ;v;h tlay o! ! t-eVIf-ni D'.T. -Y. U. l.v (I, 1,1. IU ii v.;Oi A. 3., j ij cf sai;l cay. at the eoin-rtn:u ot s-:ia t ro- ; hate court in CuiicnV l.i:i!di j,". i:i i i.cer.ii. J i:i said ce.Tintv cf ?daricon:!. ftxnw tuiM- I wlivrci order ,.OlId n.i he ".ai;red the i tuid iiriiniti'sivatrix to ; mi PKHZSCOTT.. JAMES STKV.'A;r. far. muc!i ol liii rna:xix, a. t. To!-craprilo or Kitr'at Kxr Jtane Ir.-.tn on 11, tvi .!;.! Jtlics of tiie t'uStpit Ktutcs ur.ti "lui-eje. r'.-:ii es.::Ls .l' I U'jc- T. t Ali'l ti.Vt a r-v (-f 1...- or:ltT r' llli- ' i li.-h-l t l-.:at ti.i'r -oUs In (he 1'hanix i l-iicd :a sa:a cuutity 0 iJtlri'J PACIFIC Wit. A. n ANi orrc. Attt-st! I iv t, Ml' JuJ- Daicd Ju1 : Ib-.'J. MAIL AXD Xotieo cf i'uiil i'raor. I. ASK .' i-iis at 0. I (-n Ooltl end Siiv.T liuPhm. 'IVrri- rc.i-.v ntid Coimtv nn;i Warrant, CPUTit t '.;;!!r.re::il I'!'"!'. ree-iv T)ni..s:i! rr p;i; til.ieon deiii;o.l, nvxderfnke Collectio-a and tl.;t. i;ii-7 a irei'-rrl ijr.ri'f-::-;; JiM-.ii3t-t.ti. i iTV.vfc houijj frvzu Ii ;t. m. to -I ; m. :f. II. W. XaLS, Cashier. Wholesale and Retail Dealer Pome time last spring liss Vt"-nu wns engajred to te:;ch the. Bineim dis trict schoel by the school trustees, fur the consideration of i?T0 ;ier month. At Ihe time the school should have been opened Mi.is Wynn ;is sick .'ind iteterreil from teaching nnd shortly after another teacher was engaged. When Miss Wynn recov ered from her illness d:c olleied to teach the school, which privilege was denied her. She brought iiit to re cover her salary for one month, and judgment iu Ihe amount was render ed in her lUvor. She has ago in broujht suit for ;S0, her salary for four months, during which time : he has beenoi no service to the school. She claims however that she was en gaged for six months. The cae was argued before Justine Morris yester day and to-d;i', and was taken under advisement by the .ln-lic uriil Thursday morning. Sau I5er;;srf!ino Times. Tbe Scit Icli'gate. pi Jr. JE. "Si OF GROCERIES & PROVISIONS t i nuTiriri; 2?r c'kj-, 5ir.j ltflh 17S. Traiu: will leave Tiari rcpa as follows. j i A iTi. si .TOTICE 5s hireVr ri .tu iN KvA-iLv-riuia M-ttler t:.s i-.!.-.! n..:lo- j j TT of hi li:t.-titi.:a to :iSe Mud pra- " Ul : "S" STl tf" JV E A I ccd, I'n.Siatj ob!.:j ol .Marieojia um; , rw -- JJ -- - ; aE li: t '.l!i-c iti I .u i. ' li-e.-t:-, - j S''l)!l-:abi:r I. isSU. sf,-:ir.' i il i v I .i:-j.vu:': WILLIAM P. i'SS'l'ti;. I ia::f'. - lroi'K--ti :u:;.;;c:i;ic:t, .s. l-:r il;c l.'crili-Ka.-r ev,i:;!i'it'r. '''-u.'i! 1-1. Ta-. n- j sliip 1 Cr.li Kaiii.'.-. i K;tf. ui usiet-f i: : f-ticwitii; a. bis v, : i...-... .-, viz: MurUn j KEttilNS ok'yrrtU. t. wnlhn, W v. :iii.a 1 V i. ;-. .iol:n i,-.r;u I 1 ' r.uct Siuiji: v-.'-r, i t ii;a;::;r, M.irlct?;::i : Counlv. j j 'fhe iOJi-:'.:..' wil! be ii;-M:f!,e.i in ti.J J I Phu'iiix litluvLJ S-r i ; . r; -a i'f ..it u'. s. i I c. Ji. K. r. l'iisi.. j TUBS, TIAUMt fc;-u:v:I th srvippg cf Sir. THE GREAT EKSLISH REMEDY. la A--.-H, Oi!t;v. Kan r'rancUi-o. we ro ! , -U, ; -. i-x;:.;,5 iTypurvd xo r.u-.ke pron.i.t rs-fu-us i!'all ores j i-fA' f - . Sh, , ' v?..i--I '.!-:!,Mtia'1 bi:li:" """- i if fef! ".-rn,:" 'wi.' .-' iniuilclu Quaiititutive or Qualitative ' t$ :lV;'r;r:'"; :lV-lt"r! Analysis. x'? eiuvl,a,i; i AT-ljV? ci'esia mature 1 FflClMX 7:OOi A. M. DATLY issencoi Train AVettv. urd foi Y una and Li Anirflcfj and Sui L"raneitco, c Ji;necii!i! at I-ailiii.-n with Atlantic l?:iire train tVir SrocUton. Saoraiu-j:t;. Odt-n ami Omaha, Sleeping car attavhed from Ytiiii., A. T to Oakland. Cal. V P. M. DAILY P::?.cnirer Every D eparfmeni mm couiiecim witn stai; ard for Cata. Brando e- f-ir Tncj-on. T. II. (ioODMAX. (ien. PaP. A Ticket Agent, A- t.'TonMS. Ueii. bupt. DR. SPINNEY NO. I I, KLARNY STREET, fnstanllv Arriving, AVill spud by return Pimre result efr.ll -iiy.ldee r -eeived i.y mnii ur e'ictd, v.hun accoijipanicd by ca.-ii. Sinrrie Aay f:.-r Gold .ind Silver. 2 0J -'Oi'iv-r ;-t ij Lead u r? tiold. Silver and (.'upper a 0V Mecial teriar to lit ill men. lTcscott, -Maj x'o, BLAiiE & CO. 'The Chinese must Go I ECTWErS- r'.KD FRLSCCTT iu Vcsrs iiicj it& lo ol memory, l.tip-iiitue. "Nic;::ri;al Enlist :o::. aver.-i:-ii t.i hocu-ry. P;:nr .-s of iioi, noi-rOs in t.;e hcd. :Jio vital lluid i-as.ii:; uii.ib;-rved in thw urine, and tLu.iiV other ai'jt'? th: Ie.;.i :o ,' itv and dc.it a- Ir. iiiafie v. iM aitroc to ft-rA-: tl vv- f?;t::d- red Doilnrr Mr a ca.- of k:.J il.u Vital ' iietoi';i.iive (under hi; l" i 1 - 1 " aad j treaiuiciit) v. ii! not car-, o.- tcr any-I.;::i: I iiiiiiarc ov iniuriuUiS iVsuiid ii i;. J"ir. Mii tit " t .-i:i!0!ir tnerenrv. i ttift'i;at:;iu Irre. A lheroiiL'h ('xuliiii.aiiyn :::id atlviee. hul ,:d:ni; j ana!vi of nrlae, . I'rii-e of ital 11 lor- 1 i'Al - l.:de, . r fot.r :t.e the anni: V'OU.D rci;eatfnlly irnjiOTince to the j tw $U.; r-ent to a;.y a'.:d:e--i t:o:i rt c ipt of ciiiiseiiti of l-b-.eu:i that I nave --u-rtuj i,.-ie.o or O. v. tt.c-:;e .rwiti o lie ;:mt in pr f ;V Via P.-; vi::---- a. i-:. LAUXDM Rns-ir.-. b, and am prepar'-d to do of v.ork in ibat line with ne,:t: d-.-patcu. PZICtS REAC0KABLE. J'lT'lnrhe. oalied for and riclivrri-d. "J-Al'MUY "st ot Paver's Liv.r-; Staid.-. aut'Ttf h. v,2LL::rs. e l.an.c. ii u mile, d. lt.y Ao ii Hncivo, la!. j !i- MiniiiV Kidney i:?:: 1 hinds i;:i. t i re.- -ill khid:- of Kit Mid ! Complaints, (iouoirha'a. O i-'ur t:K vy all tii't: t);)lLles. i-.. ;;-. JM:n:ieR Panhelkin Pim.h are the best and cheapest Dypep..ia and t:!lioae iu the ii.urket. 1 ur tale oy dUiut :dv Wt;r:ir.nT;r j cy n:id bladder el. MV-tiCtJiVtiie. 1 The Silver 5c-lt, llie Dt-niocntic org;i:a rf Pinal county, ;vs: Tliu Hon. M. Vi". Sit n nrt has hecn unani mously nuniinatcil hy the HepuMican Tcrritoriiil Convention Delegate to Conirre.-s. Tins is no dotibt llie fi'te;,t uominatiou that coulU have been made. Mr. S. is a very popu lar itian. The Drill fiics the name of Hon. M. W. Siewart ;u its niat hea l and says : I ii choo-iin 31. W. tf-;ewart as their nominee tor Delegate tu Con gress the Rcpubiioatis have made u wise selcetion. Mr. Stewart is pop ular ihroutrhovit the Territory and will probably take many Democratic votes trom his opjjoucal, besides ob t tiniu? the entire support of his own party. In all Iiis denliu; ho has proven hiasself to be jut, upright aiid honorable. His roi'ord btatuls clear and unsullied auil ia him Ari zona will have a Representative such as she needs one who will honestly and eup.dully tju.trd her :eat iutei- Treats all Chronic aud fe-ipeciaJ 1 iwcamoa. TOl'Nil MEN T'HO MAV UK HI FKRIX'fl FR031 ? ? th tilVets 4' yoiitlifid fo'dits r iutiis rretion. r'ill da wed -tj nvail ihe:nsoIvts of this the p !(! i est b-cp evir l:dd at Ji titiar of suffcric liniiiaidty. Si'lNNKY v:!! jrnaratiree ti It-rfeit 5oU for every cis- o oendual r-akti(3 or prlv:i: (li-tare of any kind cr eharaeter which he underiakeK and tuiid to cart.. JUDDIn-AC.ED liEW Thrp ar manj at tiit. aire of thlrfy sixty tth.i -nTP tronblfd nilii too freqneut e:;on;r.:Sn ol" tiit bhe.ider. oirea aecompaii.e.l by a tdiIit smarting vr burning eiiatt:ua. and a wculiccs ol" ihe t-ypuiii ir. ii iimnin r tiitt parent c:nnn: aoeouut for. On examining tbe urinary de psitB a ri-py sedimeut nill often be feucd aad uon-.ttiine-i t.aiall partieh-a ol ultmmen wiii appear, or the eub-r will c of a fniu juilkish hue. a?ain fhaiiiux' t' a dark and torpid ai-pctrani1-. There are many uicq v, die ol this di.HPUlty irntr;tut ! the cacse, wateh in he second siae of riinual weii r.u. Dr. S iriiJ yuaraitiee u, perfect cure ia nil tnch t-uss. aii it a heahhy rtslurtiua ol the gtnito-uriaary turfruurf. P. S.-For private diseases of bhort "tand ini;, a fall court e ot laediiduca. t.urtic.(.t.T for a cure, with all irs-tructicn, wiii be sent to any addruf rn receipt ofj'0. Oaiee Hoar IU to 4 aad ti to. Sunchyd froci 10 to 11 a. in. Cojs.iitatiou free. TLor- f on.r'i eiaiuii;atioo a;d a'lvii-. jfo. Call ur ; a li UK. Sl'lN.NJIV A. CO.. "e. It iit-utiii &irtcvt, Sau t'tancico. f Dry broods ! ! LUAVE5 rOlNlX r.MLY, 5 g TRAVELS is I rlca i THROfCfl the KA1JK CONTINENT and I DOWN TU i; (.'UMiO, iu;-.v thu la.i.-t i stii!-.l iVr, tiu-itiin-.'ly inttfri-.tlug usid l:i3T- ! o.-I 'soiling bo.'k ol'!. Cr.!y ri'.it iTt-nt :;nt! couinli'tL- poupk-V utlitoit. i'n STAXLTV'S j own laii'u:i''i;, Proltiwiy i!lns;.-;iit'a h- l.i'.l Every Day. lori mailer i'or t lit! uinni-v- h:tu j any other, ua'rk'iliii:'.-. l.a;-:-e t-:ivu, : oiily i .J. .tf.'nt wantwl t.i sond lor liVi j eral i .'rais. 0- lo save lime, scud -JI fur fa! J on Mil. STAND All!) BOOK HOUSE, i a;:ltCiuo h T. I.GL'JS. SIO. 3 i'.' fir- o c. trX c j c .5 t j 5 s I S -v. -3 5 ' 5 S. i' 3 ? : S . 6. t t, .- l -3 a -i - c -: a I -" :- s J Si ;. ; V . O v '- ? "t- - ' e S ! t - S boUic, MX . Cl L:,Vj lo Peck and Tisrer Mius, Fort A'erdo, Mineral lurk, Irt M. juve AGENT FOR JrMESCOTT STAGE LiNE 5 a g to a day tn your own j Sail h-Haii;y. No rUk. Wo Vr fc,? Ju:en do a well :t- iio-n. Many make inure man the amount, .-tated : rtuovc. o one can tail t laaKe moiivy j Iat. Anyone c;m ih) the work. Von r--': i :uui' froiti cent.s to au hour liv -!- "t iii' uu fwuiiii, and f-parc (iiue t h i-i I n ?l'o.ti.z lotiv ;.-e - to their rf-rcxuH- and cer;aiecl thr.l C:i : 1 YT. !,J,:i0i:i'-",:;"1,,T,VidCK- I "7 pnyily re.-a-.ibU sid olit :!;.r Vw-.-: :-ri. . '. Iju-in. vs b(;i;tri! tbe j : .i-- '"4r addr'. and c will j -.: tuK p:.rt'Cir. as.d i-iiv.-Ke term j , Addrc: yaaipi-.- wo; til ai.-o S.' fentlree; vm ! ... , ;ithe i:;Ue "o yur runid for voafaei. 1 Ur ;1I.1M:.V JYSlCH.tM.NG We -re S!e Proprietors of the- I nrivah d "King"' Piaxo and Organ, The rtiblhur' of Tln pnin-rhas rittn eiuH anil a.-i i perteeily t Ci'iiii-eiu e. Semi Stciiup fur Catalogue. Aiki iNiiitu IV, New.Vo. P. C. STFVKX upcritit ,'ii'i.i. G. II. IJv.vc;:. t'KUAhi A, .1.