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John J. oosplr.
- PROP City Official Paper. According to returns made for the year fending I88i, by the united States Internal Rer enue Department there are in Arizona seven hundred and -eighty seven retail and thirty three wholesale liquor dealers, or j4ace3 'where intoxicating liquors are sold. That 'will give, by taking' into consider ation the reailers alone, one saloon or liquor bar to every fifty-one inhabitants of the whole Territory. I Montana the percentage is the same. In n'l other States and Terri tories the difference is much greater. West Virginia, as a Democratic -State, being in that respect - an anomaly, as she has less saloon3 than Ari zona -with a population nearly fourteen times as great, or eight hundred and seventeen inhabitants to one retail liquor sLop. IF ith such a showing for a Democratic State it is but - fair to suppose that most of the drinking is done on the sly. Citizen. 1 i, 1 J. -J LI Nearly two weeks have elap r ed since the Democrats of this county held their primaries and still the Republicans re main in a state of lethargy. Why fo it that the Eepublican Central' Committee " does not take some steps toward calling oar primaries? It appears to us that this matter should be attended to as early as pos sible, or it may make a great difference in the final result Two years ago the Itepubli . eans "of this otmty made a strong straight fight They were defeated but they showed their strength- even in defeat This year wcrljeliae the party lias nearly doubled its for s, and that a close party con test would sncceed in more than dividing the county offices. ' The record of the Democrats during the present administra tion will alone ba - equal to 50 votes in our favor. Our strengh is slowly year by jearincreasing;and this year tlie influx of population has been Altogether unprecedented, and for 6 Tral reasons presumably Eepublican by a fair majority. All that is for us to "have faith oh- ourselves and not be bull dozed into the idea that the other party is the stronger. Eally and stand close and we -may find that the Republican party, "the great unwhipped," will do itself as much credit in Maricopa county as it has al ways done in National elections.. cai..i..s cconaea -una me peopie shouted and tire firecrackers snap ped. Although tve were not living at thai time, vet we have that cn t'lnisiaem'that no doubt the people of that day j-oessed. "What a bit ss cd thing freedom is, and what a bltssed thing that, lieslires the peo ple our country is alio free. Me thinks it must have taken a good deal of work to decide whether we fhould be free or whether we should be bound over to slavery. Although none of the gentlemen that signed that paper are living' to-day, yet we can extend to them our most hearty thanks for the good they have (!:n-U3. Valtnre "r"esponapjiot. IXDEFEXDEXCE DAY. EDITCB IIeuai.d Everything joj along here about as usxtal. The mi!l is Tunning steadily, and the mine r.ither full. No excitement in politic jet, but we espect Lefore Ion 5 lo he ir some talk. Mr. Main, the mill foreman, w ii leave for San Fratu-Uco next J!--:-dny. AVe regret very much I frHe hsm, because he is a gvod man, :r;:d the right man in the rifcht place; i-v.t he knows what is liest, sr.d it is very probable that he has a ht-itrr pn-i-tion awiitig him in the Ooiden State. Mr. Drew is going to run Ihc boarding house, v.-e henr. Our school teacher left u -, a few weeks ago. Our M. D. is leaving -.-.i o for Cal ifornia. He came here for hi health. lie was the i-omr::ny doi tor, and leaves a vacancy which, a t!:e pay ia good, should be filled hy :;rjifc nr.-t-chips doctor. The Hon. W. A. Rovre, ot Tiplop. was in town last week, lie wui as happy ns ever. " Hr. Jcnson.our vcncr-ible bntfher. has moved ni family up to IVcpIu-' Valley for the summer. 5Ir. Petcrman Is on his pin uln;. after the cattle affair. Sir. Wm. Liggett, one of o '.r b- s saloon men, has gone wi:h his fami ly on a summer visit to Plxenix and the southeast. Mr. William Church is ttcking up his house with furniture ve do not know what is up but it looks very muh as if ire was going to double up. One cf his friends pre sented him with an o!la, cj water cooler stand, dipper and wnter p:ii'. last nigh', and ' tell you Ke feels as feajipyasa king, and he told 'as all to come up and take a dr-.nlt ont of his olla whenever wc felt like it Billy is a firat-ciafs fellow ctid' we hope when he do-ubVes np he will j W right gM in the harnefs with Our brewery is- at a stamfctill again ; our brewer skipped the cr u'j try. " i Mr. Barnes is talking sl goir g l the Denver Exposition. Mr. Christy was talking of gj i -lg io Washington to see the ass?s:Ja hung but he could not leave the old woman. Mr. Weir U better. We heard that J. J. Go.-per is to be a candidate for Dclegaie to 'on. gress on the Republican ticket. Gos per is the right man, ar.d Vr.lture will support him. Don Cap 1.0s. Vnlitceto letter. most intc rant and vicious clement Of h;3 piitr. Uobwon will not nc complii anything for himself or his party. Reed nni. Robiuson will grow; he will eleclx. On the Da uocratic sieTb, Mr. Ran dull, of Pennsylvania, spoke first a stammering, hesitating, and bungling speech, btirlcy and un wieldy like the man, unimpressive and insincere. Mr. Randall'B politic al course, like that of Robesrfa, is nearly finished. Neither the politi cians nor the people love him. When he speak.-, spectators leave the g!. lery and members hurry OiT to the cl.ik room. Iut he d-cs not fair ly repre-cnt his party iu debate. S. S. Cox ais-.l Hewitt, both of Xf.w York; J. R. Tnektr, of Virginia; Bh-cUlmr:! a'ld Kr.i.tl, of Kentucky; are all better talkers, sume of them pxtrs.ni iy govnl talker?, lint above all or ilu'.'ii.as 111 impressive speaker r.:,. ii;e s,t tte.-uiaii, I put Mr. L'a: lisie. of Kentucky, whom Senator Frye, of Maine, o 1 occa?i;a called the brieht particular star of the II, .use. He is nt this h-ur, I think, tiie ab!e-t mart in the body. II 13 ad. niirars c.il hi::j Wcbsierian, and Cut-t-tlnly there is fometL'ng of We'ostcr a! 9 :t him. liis calm, erv a r.ni d ignitiel bctrir.g , v.:: si vj '.eature?, powerful ititei.fet, umi tli'jrjugli p.c ,'iui!;i!:.".nec with Cons tir agonal law, mt.iud the o!drr men ntf ihc Massa il u-etti si:;;e.-ir.a!i. lT.is speeches arc all thf.l couul !- tlcsired. The 'foil c !::vjri:!bly puts away its ncwi-papi'is Slid t'srs when he rises to speak ; for it 'jelieves in his t ag:;c ity Mill iioiif j'y, and, besides, it has i-crne to aif c'sc h:s fpcccbc, which sre. like It i man, sirav. -aim, strong and irnpr s,ive. Mr. C'ailysle is not yet ti :::- drs dd, and he has a great future -tl jit i, if the Democratic priy '"..a any future. Should the nexi 71 ,nse be Democratic, I think y,ii w.H see Carlisle its Spcuker. The tar Route casesare brconling ns lOvii DU3 as Congressional rro crcdiii; ;.s. They will drag aleng :n to !h; ."a!! ne.l wind up with au ac f;uitta" They are conspicuous in 1:0th i-jg now thrtl the ovtlty has wot lf, but the nbilit- of the la?.--ye"S fngagi-d in th;ir conduct. I m fjn specially the ability of the lawyer for il.e d-jfense, for Mr. -b arick is this only gord lawyer on 1hi-tiJe of I he prosecution. On the r-tlier side are the well known Bob Ir jrersoll, who carries in'f t-is couit r on) his wit, eloquenc? ;;-re-l:jrion; Mr. McSweency, f GM', rho is best jury t;.lker I crer ;;;rv; ;!; Mr. Wil-on, who at one time rcpfr tented an Indiana District in Coa j;res rates not less able, though with less reputation. I say there will b! an aequit'.til; thit is the general ud dispiiteil impression ; exactly why I can't say, it is in the air. Washing ton always kuows how a case will end, perhu, s it is instinct ; perhaps, czperienc I taw a gen Ionian yes terday evening who h.id jast talked with G'uite;in. He reported him just ft little hepefut, cheerful, appar ent indifferentalso thelfuture in go d h'-s!th and spirits. I venture the prtliction that he muin'atci this de me;.Jior cn the scaflold. Ton can certi. inly test the prediction in a few dav 1. . X. niOE.YIX SAL0O.Y. STROUD A KlCIIESOir, Props, Cox. Washington & McnteiumaSi PJiVLWIJL A. l5?E3, . ll'COBd ASD CIGARS bf tStt best Brands always on tafta. uodrt 3vn 1 ) tnrrvci 12 Ordinance Wo. 7 Tbc Cctrniioti Council of ri;oen!s do or dain a follows: SECTION t. or i-iiictfct'iiT, tir fs rAVm-ive io tii Ht Jis-? or an ob-Tr-Tiimi to ibf free use ol nro nrf y. so at t :nrrlr ru v. Uh coinf:t libtc onjoyiiit-nt cl" lifo or vrwby hii tr.:i;i ooinnuir.ii y or ni!ihortiOMl .r by any ror.-id. r h'n n nnli'T of f-t-rfone or which t:n lawfully obstruct! thu frc use tif any imk- hir-.ci .r j lam or hhrl.w:iy, i hereby declared to bj a public niii?;:r;cc. SECTION IX. Every jir-non who niitiiiins or conim:ts a public nui-ance ehall be doomed K'liHy cf a misdemeanor. SECTION III. F"prn Ihfl conviction of any poron for mai ilninc "r committing a public nui tiar.;:e. nuch nuisai-ctt itinv to removed or H'jitcd by an ordprof the Kecordcr, otcrtd on the d(ckt of the trial and the .Marshal eliatl carry such order into cu'ect. SECTION IV. Evory person throwing into any difh or waior coji-rc bcv rfut.-, tilth, cr uiuli-an vrtt?r or tluTitr, r"r by any means c.inpins the water in such ditch or water course tT become nnck'iii. or v. ho fUs up or ob s'rnci the tain j. cr deports any frarbnir-'. filth, refut-e riurt'r, or debris of any knivl or nature ujK'n any ?troet or pnbtic plnce, o. who beiu? VI run any vl:ir orob- ficn- l&nsuapcon the street." or sod walk, or lying or plecpinir in a diiinkco condi liouon any etilcwalk or street or p:it!ic place or creating a disturbance by nny loud, ui.nsual or riisorrterly noUe. or t u! jr.r or obscene jfiB-rna'p, in any public or pri vate place, cr entrninr in any riot orrf fi ay, or riain or driving "an nniirjii throuch any elrfet or public pl.tc? ai a greater peed ban five miles per hour, or riding or diivirjj or leading any aniinsl upon flny t.idvaii or ohstrnctinif nny f'devalk by any means whatever, or dis charging any Mrearms withiH the City Ivn it, or horpc-racing uu any ct'e--t or pr.hlie place, or indecent'y exposing the rerou in hdv public place, or washing in any ditch or water rur.al witVin the City lim its, fciiall be guilty of a misdemeanor. SKCTIOX V. All onlin-ncffl in conflict with thin ordi nance are hereby expressly repealed. SECTION VI. EC7 person convicted of a mipdemean- orrUaii be t utiiticu ny a tne ol nnt iesi than r;ve dollars nor more titan one bun dred d-llan or bv imorioninent fr a pe riod cf time not exceeding cue hundred carp or by both euch fine and imprison ment. The Kecorder shall tax a& aint any persou conviit. d of a misdemeanor, tn costs of the prosecution, in adtiiiiLii to the fine or imprisonment imposed. SECTION VII- The Marshal and Kecorder phall receive ffT Hurvic-jt nncer the provii in of this Ordioanc the name feza rts are iiowd by tiitiit to Conntab-cs nd Justice of the I'enre for similnr services. Papcd in the Common ronncil of Phce nix. litis Cth div o Jnne, . n., 3rfC Approea thu? Mh dav of Jnne, ltteS. F. A. SHAW, iiavor. TPenll A'.teet: Joesru Campbell, J ?-Ad Kecorder. PILES! PJL ES! Euro Curo Found st Last! fioCnc fieeEl Suffer! A srirc 'cure fbr Blind, Bleeding, ftchinganil Ulcerated Piles has been discovered by Dr. William, (.iu In iin remedy,) called Dr. AV'iilixm's Indian Omtinect A single box hns cured the worst cfih.hic :ases of 25 or 30 years fctnndih:?. .Xo bne -deed suffer five iriinutvo tfi?r Applying this wondcrfiil 6-jUiiisj vuuJicine Loiious, iiistiacuoita si-ia eleekiiaries do more harm t!'n stod. 't? ilUam's Oiu'.inent nbscvlw tl5 t;:;r,r.rs, allays Use intense iiciii::, (..v.tic:!ar1y at night after getthiz varm in bed) acts iis'a jionltij.-i-, srives insirnjc ami ptiia lis, relief, s;u.l r,r p.-nc-.i !.! tor pilos iu-hins ot ihe piiVato p-iris, anu ioj ;n-l!ii!ii; eiso. j Iic:v.i what tlie tion. di. -u. v.oiiui he:rv f Chnihiait r-;.;.s abimt Dr. Wiiiii'.iii'rf ir.it".a:i i'ile Oinii: eat: -'I have nttifscuros pilt; cures and it atibv'-s u'.C pleasure to say that lhave cever found anything which gave Sii;:h isinWiate " and permanent re lief as Dr. William's Indian Oint ment. For sale by all driispists or mailed ou receipt of price, $l.i)0. McCarthy i Csbsrnc,; helcsa'o Agent Denver.'Colora-lo. Kenry& Co., Prop. CLEVELAND. O 'ages: Good Alfalfa Pafetiirage, One-half mile Sotith of Tail's Flouring Mill, and three miles east of Thoe niii Al. Woeei.L'. California Mm. CARL SHERRER. - Proneior. QreaJ, pies, Qakes ami (Confectionery. 12 loaves for Ist-.i ji iuat'r i.S,- !n,'i' V r-ml Servo T.itsk-. rc-nlt of twe KKvP'S Jem f pructe SiVP..'- f-: .yj5if,J,pa nr.d cvbk with - si-v ??..'ttJ:; ihFiiino cm- r0.' ';MS'i'J?"3 taiktt Nervoa ; f1 . v; h',V auil Physics TFroni oar own drresponden-. "Wasuisgton, June 23. Tbere are several reasons why Congress is just now very buf ily ar ranging to adjourn. The weather has turned very warm and this, added to the bad ventilation of the chambers, makes life at the capitol very disagreeable; then, Represent atives are very anxious to be at home when the nominating conven tions meet, each roan desiring to serve the dear people a little longer. aim Ferry Hotel I. M. GARCIA. Proprietor. NEW, NEAT, CLEAN. 4oOl AromsiolatioD)4, J-"ir CIa 1"al"H. HiT Kooin ludrr a i'mronsh Hotel I'lan. TT e do not feel at al compe tent to write a Faurth of July oration or a high-flying bom bastic editorial. For the past Adjournment might have taken 107 years the people hare been place fcefore tljis time, but forth? celebrating the evnt of mer- trouWe arisiD out of ,Le SoullitrG r.n -j , , contested election cases. Au impr.r- ican mpendence, and tcMiay t-al court of justice would have ,et- ..v,lalaltall ueare oeais witn tied thei?e cases in two or three as much zeal as it did in the days; ytt they occupied the House days of 1776. From our boy- for as many weeks. Looked at judi hood's davs rtr iar,-rai cially, three of the Eepublican ccs- h Pnr,,n, t i i testants who were seated, were really the Fourth of July has been elected ; the other, Bisbee, of Florf looiied forward to with great da, was not. But you know that -anxiety, and its arrival was Congress is not in any sense a judi- -ushered in with the sound of cial ho,iy and that whcn PoIitic3 cannon and the rindse; of bells is in ,hB air' everi tliin3 is subo.-di. TTir. A fe OI , Bated to rank, Litter partisan: hip. Herem Arizona we have the The filibustenng and couaier-fiiibul ame patriotic blood as the tering on these cases wasicd much people of tile grand galaxy of Talualie time and, I think, disgusted sister States of the great Union 8ensibIe people of both panics. On to-morrow the scenes of , T1"5 onIy goof ia lhe whnIc -n , ,. . 1 business was the debate wliich was -the devolution will be brought aro-used by the introduction of the rap anew in the minds of the new rule which killed Clibuaering. - people of this ago and genera- Tnis 1 was ortnaie enough to hear, lion, and we know that'manv and nycme chance tosiudy ihe -oTi M .nT-;' i j. Mir strongst J men on both sides of the n old patriots heart will leap 1Iou3e. f ot tho impression that. -With joy when the old, old sto- all things considered, Mr. Reed, of ry of American independence Maine, 13 the ablest man on the Re ds repeated. - publican side. Though, but about TVe in Phoenix will celebrate for,yfoyr 'ear8 okl- lie ll8s vo omolT i, 1. -xi- r manT important cflices in his State n a Mnall way, but with zeaf nH t, ior,t nn Ba a e And fervor. Let every one add aji4 growing statesman- In debate. to its interest and make it a 1 118 is ren arkably fluent, speaking Tifr Gara.:a wishes to announce that he will ren this House on the 4th yf Ju."3', a.id solicts th public patronage. MEALS AT JTS. EOUHS. First-Class Wines, Liqnors and Cinars, CoDxlaniiT.ltepr at He Ear. C2 A E?VJ3 t ei Ci s .... AXD . . . . HAIR DRSSSFE WASaiXGTfX STREET, Out J;oor AVcst of Mtniczuma riKEXIY, A. T. . S. Lasu Orrics at Tccsox-, To Olyvkt. II. P. Shiets, ?iinricop Co.. Arizora. ib: Complaint huvina been made and entered at ttiin ofiicc by Joiin AV. larlf. aamt an provided hy ecction 3 cf the act xo pmeLd an act entmeo, "An act 10 en coarnrethc crowlh of timber on the W est- era Prairit?." approved Jane 14f 1878. for failing to comply n yonr part with tne conditions required by hii id act, and - (tamed oy yon :o tc vriormea in yonr tim ber caltnrc entry Xo. 3 . upr.u the north- No 2. North of ruj!C No. " at. tiiia and bait KiverMcriuian. rIale on the lt dav of July in Xhi thst you hure failed t- oroafc tr cause trt tti brosen or piwea Five sor-e of land overci thrrebv the nrt year alter eueh entry. That you tailed to treaK or cauee t be Drokcn or piov.ed, five acred of land during the eecuudvear. That you failed to cultivate to crop or otherwise the five acres required to be broken or plowed the nrt year, and that on the third year yon failed to cultivate U crop or otnerwise me nve acre? icqiiired to be broken the PCcond year, and to plant in timber, fleets or canines the five acres required to be broken the firet year, And that on the fourth year yon failed to cnlti vnte and put in crop or otherwise the five acre required to be broken the second year. And arks that a time and place be fixed for a hearing in id case, tuat h may d allowed to prove tatti alienations by him 80 made: and that -aii tim!cr c tnre entry No. 3- iriy le dec'ared cancel led and forfeited to the United States . Now. iherei' re, yon are herebv notified and reqnired to appear at thi- ofllce in tho City of Tucson. Arizona, on the 1-t dav of July. lN at th honr or l'J o'clock, a"m of that day, at which time and plice proof will be taken touching the allegation therein net forth, and that you will be al- 1 lowed to introduce such evidence as you eoftii cte nt. tcnoine t' cisprove. auch al legations and establish your ripht to said land uud-jr your entry ay sforesain. Yonrc Ejp'-tfullv. H15NRY COUSINS, Ilepister. C. E.T?AJLEY, ml 9-1 w Receiver of Public .Moneva. na! xeahne-s. Spcrmatorrha-a, Emissionp. Imo t icy Exh.in Fted Vitality. lJrc-ma:nr Dccilne. and LOSS OK MANHOOD Irnm whatever cattle produced. It en riches and purine the lilod, Strengthen th Nervi. lirain, Muscles, Diue lion, licproductive Organs and Phy and Vental Facnltiefl. It stops any u natural d iTnlitatintf drain upon the syste p-ev.-niini' involuntary looses dcbilitatin cir-a ii?, em;nal looses with the uriue. etc po disrrnctive to mind and body. It is n-e eliminator of all Kidney and Bladde Co'jipU'nt. It contains no iuju iou in cr'dient. To those iuftVrin from the evil effectp of youthful indiscretions or ex C sse. a peodv tLoroiiL-h aiid permanent .lire i.a Ou.itunteea. Price $2.SU per bottle or five bottle-in caoe, with lull direction end advic, $10. Sent secure from obse vation to any address upon receipt of brice urr. O. I). To be had only o Ir. C. D. SALFIEI.T). 21G Kearney tU. an Francu co Cal. Consultations etrictv contlden tial. by letter orat cdice, FHEE. For the convenience of patients, and in order to iu t-nre perfect secrecv i have adopted a pri vate address, under w hich all packages are Jorwaraed. TUl Ali OTXr-E FREE. N'OTlCi: will ucud a tiial buttle vf the KEJUVEXATOK euiheient to show ita meutt fre of charge, to anyone afflicted applying by letter, ftatini; his symptoms and "aire, Coniniuuicai.oiia etriciiy coa fidentUl. P. J. KcKEi Iraksfer Company. FKE.MX,AltIZ3N.l. W'TLlirioa ;neral transfer busi lies?, ealiiug for ami delive ing parcels, packages etc.to any part of the city. Robert t8sn8aarer, YcxirEH, Akizoxa. ASSAY Eli. TieerReslaiirant 2?-;cm Browns Old Stands Phoenix, Arizona. w s v a '".3 ait": Bex 13ltlkr, masaoeb. Day Board, per veelc, Meal Tickets. P for -Single JJcr.ld - - - SAMARITAN NERYtNE Insuiitx-. Al- l"tm--. Is tliorouglily acqtiaiut cd with assa3?ing in all its branches. Anyer for the Central Arizona MiniMr C'i'snpanj-. ! Nolle. Pno:xix, A. T, M:iy 24. -:. I l::ivc this d:iy S iM t i J'- 'i'll ii lieir.ior my entire sto. k of 1. i.t.-r. also leased him tlie Gir:i S ;! -i f. one year.. In retiring from ini-iui--.'?, I vi.b to thank all my friends for their liberal patronage in the pal :n:ii also ask them !o continue their paironnire to my sncressor with the same liberality. Good bye. bj2G-2w J. 51." Cotton. wj sj ri Gi. ti r. 1 It ('RIKTURS.Ulf.TIlt: Ilnvinjt the management new Ke.tu:iri::t, I can n-stTi friend, and the p;:h!ie if tier illy, -Uiey will '.e weii. rnl t.n-i:i:i!y tendvd to bv f-vor;:i;r iuv wait palroaasre. BEN BUIXEK. il::uaer SAIVi AHiTA ti KESVINE 1 l.-ttr rmrt;. . e.j- Samaritan Domini C::- !et -ii!1 t1 1 ma i ST. LOUIS BEER HALl Fiicenix, Arizona. SlAM'KACTlIRERS OK 3j) r, S)Ji Si -.i)i.'U ;i- ..c-itji t;taa..tt "nt-T l:ctteI and 1 LUMBER, Linn Bri AT' Clark & Adams' TRE SCOTT, ARIZONA. Havinr mored onr mill five miles west n Preecott. on Willow Creek. Near Thumt Bntte. at a point within two mile of the Miller roaa, r.ear irrn osnnps ana naviug completed an excellent road and to Preeot we are now prepared to fornibii an v amonut or quality 01 UmbS OOKS Sash. THE f3EAT ENGLISH REMEDY r-J'i;; T??7"'-7 Il? a novcT-Tr.ilins : -V--JA'- leMHtv. Exhaust ?s. "a wV; ed Vitality. Sem- iSniSGLES, i Has. Etf. at Bctfrock Pricei. BARLEY. C0RN:AND FRODUCE tea ia iiscjitnee for Lumber - NOTICE. PrE-coTT. AT March 3', 1S2. Tho Pfink of Arizona haa thia dav sold the trood will and buined? of ita Airencv Phor.ix. to KaJes & Lewi?, w ho will as 6nme all liabilities and collect ail asst oi said agency. We commend the new firm o our lrip-ndt?. anl apic a continuance oi their patronavc, THE BANK OF ARIZONA. J tfoi. l.jywis. President, Ty t I. W. Kales. Cashier, 21. W. KAI.lt 3. SOL. LEWIS KALES 8c LEWIS. Bankers, EN!X. .- - - -ARiZONA Kcforrir.ff to fheabovi, we bep to notify the public that we ehall continue the bank 1 biiHinesa iu all it branches, aud tender our services as Bankers to our correspond nts and others, and ak a continuance o tlie patronage nsretifore exten Ujrt- to ta rcucyotta-i I.;tik ot Arizona- We w Hast uc Agents of the Bank of Arij;on "' T V i t w - m. r cur. j vv-' 2ti; Sperma t orrhttea. sij Last iviannooa. potency, Parl is. and all the terrible effects of v' ; 'L -S'-i in 1 follies, and ex &&-ZJJ?&2ZS cessee in matnre vtiarlS snch" m Ions of memory. Lasitnde, Nocturne! Emtio aversion to society, Dlmn!M of vision, noises in the head, the vit;tl flnid pa'Piiiff nnubfifrved in the Urine and many other diseases that 'ead to in- sanitv and death. Ir. ?.lictie will aeree to forfait Five Hun dred Dollars for a caie f Ihi kind the Vital Kesxorative ftindcrnis spinal arivics and treatment) will r.ot etL', or for any thing impure or Injurious fnuu i j i:. Ir .lintie treat. all private Pieare soccens- fullv without mercury. Con?"'lt9tinn free. A thoraiiyh rx.iminaii'iT! m-d advice, in-r-liulinir aualysid of nrine. 5. Price of Vital fiostoraiive. S3 a bottle, or four timeo tlio ouaniirv. $10; pent to any addres upoa receit't 'f price, or C. O. D. frecur' from observation s nd in private name defired by A. . Mimic, M. X., io. llKear nv St Sdii Fiancie-co. "Samnle bottle e't free on application b letter atatiuc: - symptom hox and age Communications tIriet iv Confidential. Dr MintiuV K.:dnst Kekedy Nspn:tSTir CCM. cures ail &nu!s of Kiunev and biuudex Couii)ia!nts, Oonorihoja, G!eet,-Leacorriio:a For eale vy aii aruggists; $1 a oottie,si boltles. S5. Dr. MiBtie'B Davixi-io! Pili-s are th bet and cheapest lyipcpsia an d Bilious In tne n.arket. ror Hale ny ail arugiuts Ceo. D. Clark WatchmakerJeweler --L?n''' ii' v T. , i 4st4..ii id THE AMERiCAN a no ESTABLISH MEHT. 237 Keabxt Street neak Bush sax francisco. TCM W Sf'iTH. Pro:i;ie-o-. The rooms of tins r.cw Ile.tel :tn all newly rittel ny. swf furui-l;rti with entirely new furniture Everything is Neat and Cliar. TJoo'iu let bo t!.e Day, Vi or Jlcnth. 1 e i l::.ti'C A in tl- At tbe Bar ean alwrivs l.-e foui .l Hoard cno Bsiness Sits D2SS Sits, c c r , - t f.M crv, err NO sTioddy Trimraings or Chinese labor employed a'few facts to be laVen into consideration. Fi! Warranted or no Sale AOESCY op Tnr BANK lF A3i20HA, SOT.. I.TJWIS, ii. W. KALES Wines-Lignors & Cisars Of the bc?t I ranils m 1wn F!oni2stead. U. S. Land Offick Tc- po. Arioua April iT. its-, f Notice i hereby rive7 tbat 4-'rt;st Ccn rales y Bald? hus fitd notice nf intn lion t r nake fin p. I proof in s.i:oprt of h HoTresttnd C airn 5. cd lhz.z s.:id pr-of will be made bt-fore the Hn. ' F tr. est Porter. J ad ire of the eco-:d uduitl DiJ?tr?ct 'ourt for Aiizona. at cuau. ber in rhojni.x. Mjiric"iia rorr'r, A. on the l(Jth dsv ef Jijie. l.at Itu.V yt., tVr the XJi N K K fctttien o. Si. Towabip No. 1 X of R;lll No. Sri, tie name? the follow ine ur. ;:- prove his continuous reid-. r:c n a:;d cultiration 3f said land. v;r. : 11 vn n dca Valet c:a Kemaval tiorzaie. KnJ':to-'-Gonzale!, and Fran!? Pure! a!! l Fhwuix, A.T. HKNKV COl'SlNS, a K sis-tet- f is., o j irnt ' erf , v. " Paul R. Ruben, rEALnnix Cigars, Tobacco, Yankee Notions, Smokers Ar ticles, Stationery, Cutlery, Can dies, Nuts, I ; 1 1. e. -io T--e t - t j: . .'. i blLJ OP TO 1 1 pci -; ri r "f :r X vf t'M i i4 -5- t- i'' ri '.v ;t ' - r v.- . r'a-il--. I.' " c i, 3 --'(2- . t itHH ;t I j i A " r:.o i-- ! vwa, nj i-li- f m Ii .eft - w--' i! rae B Ciras, b yvfw as i rv-cv Samaritan Menind .;erS. V' Krtt-ii. vti- l" a di- l t;:f tsc.jk d-'ti;:tv4 c--. - t K jau.H'xiiW -f IKi:li? e-i in! P trl -t )our -.t ri' if v ; J a u.: t w ..s v' tJ- tOl t f t- i.-cw!5-. 4 "'' ia- it" a. v( Toar sj-u - IN? ;o ar l-ti a -scr :scl It sm arv t a - Tn'a:atHr. itaf. teaysJt wa a-W to Lv ttolc fct-wt, as ";. ,S tfr t 1. . 1 iu i ji - mitl- n-sa: tri 3 rt-vt.iU't i-n SAM K!TAA M&iM sa sax ax tx -a ales & Lewi BANKERS, " .A.KIZOXA. OSBORX'S CASH; HCENIX LIVERY & FEED . STABLO ekj bnsine?s now before 5 a public. Yoacaumhke; V i ey fabler at work for ns 9 I at anything e!e. Ca bnsine?s now before the ke mon s than vthin-r e!e. Capita ot needed. V c will etart yon. gl2 a day ana upwaras made at nome nv tbe mauatri ..ns. Men, women, boy, and girls wanted everywhere to work fur us. Now in the i irae. Yon can worh m Bpare time only or rive your whole time to tht bu?inc3. You an live at home and do the work. No cth r businetji? will pay you nearly as well . No lie can iaii to make enornions pay oy en asji at: ar cace. uostiy untnt ana term tc. "Ioney made fast, easily and honora cuicts inui CO., Augusta, Jtlain TO EE j(oi WAKIUStlTOS STREJI r,! FHtENiX, - - ARJZOfk'A. ala clay. jre-tit r July. Tlie following' was written for U3 liy JIaster Tark S. Frambcs, and as it? contains considerable merit we publish it, knowing that our ciiizens will deem jt a well-written article, especially as I'arkie is tut 13 years oi tisc. Vi e liave seen a sreat manv ajticlfs wiittea by oI!er IieaJs that will not comnare with it Er;. IIeuald.' Once more we. are called vpon to celebrate tLe day that made us nd onr nulioa free. In the year. 1776, in the city of-- Philadelphia, -ou the 4th of J a!y, oar country became free. Onr minds -wander tack to that time, 'iien the little grandson cf the old bcllsian atter wailing tor the signal to be given to ring-, rushed -ip stairs and ere lie got to the tp cried out, "Ring, Cramljia, Klaff" -Anu iiic -!J man pulled the rope and pave firth tlj signal that ure were a- irec with much force in a loud mice; lie is of commnndics presence and his speeches although not highly rbetricalr Laze good senvc, clcar ces. ard evident sincerity, nhich always gain for him, -what is hard to get, tli close attention of the Koute. Ranking along with Jlr. Reed, in jioint of abili'y and Influence, are Messrs. ICasson, cf Iowa, and Robi- OD, of JH.-issachusetts. both, pei hsps, uiore :bolarly than Reed, and both re carefal and altractire debater Robinson is especially esteemed by his fellow mcmLers, and, being a young, active and clever man; is rap ildy coming to the front as a leader of -his party. Wr. Robeson, ofXew Jersey, - is considered, by niaoy, the ablest Republican. He does not eo impress me, however, in debate, and I enn see that the House Las do con fidence in his sincerity. Hi3 record is bad -he stood too close to the proven and convicted rawal? of Grant's adminitrr'tir.n an I t! oriri the citizens of Phtrmx - ""iiuiue ii-rruorj-, mat I have k- -oii nnirf Keep a fi:IJ - . c - of x a"vj ryceriuu, com. i . oi Coffees, T"e as , u g a r rih and Swsot PotMoaj, Green. .-aaw .0.d dri' FrD,t-J. Jams. Preserve". 1-in 11am, Tonjrae. Knd Chicken. Spice Oynters, bbrimpS, Picklce Kelch-ip ioaps, 1 cfferatle. etc.. eic- tie IJ, OSBOR, If KA.R POKTOFFK'E. J05 VVASNE1 & C3. i'a fifsctarcr of French BurrMil!-3 tones AXD Portable Mills iN'os- 103 and' 107 Mission Street, Denierbaix fe Sandscr. WaEhinirlOD StJ-eet, me block est of lb Poatoliicc. FINE TEAMS AND CAEEIAGK Always ou hand. Ilrse Hoarded T- the Kay.n eeli or -tloiilh at Reasonable nates HAY AXD GRAIN At the lowest market price. Git SAT CUi;-)A o:ai 1 mouoy. lnoae wnoawma taice advantage of the eoo chances to make moiiev tha are otli-ri'd. generally become wealthy, while loose wno uo not improve 8nco cuaocce re main in poverty. We waot niany men, women, boyp, and girls to work lor us in their own localities. Any cne can do the work properly from the first start. The oaeiness win pay more than ten tunes or. uiary wages, expensive out tit lurnished 'o one who engages fuiis to make ,rat- rapidly. Yon can devote your whole mou?yv a work( or enly your spare mo time to tiiv ' information and all that is ments. t-Dli .Address Sotice of Horaestcad Eau AST0RA8! Good Alfalfa Pasturage at ifjf ranch, one half a mile from Phoenixat the usaal rates. Milk deliv vred- in; Pixoenix norr' Uig au i evttViio-. C.A.TW'ED Cabinet Saloon Land Owcb at Tucson, Ariz., Mar 17, 1 1862. Notice is hereby given that Clayton S. Smith haa filed notice of his intention to make itnal proof in support of his Home etead Entry N. 34, and secure final entry thereof and that such proof will be taken be lore tne Hon. 1 Forrest Porter, Judge of the Second Judicial Circuit, for the, Territory f Arizona, at bin chambers iu tbe City of Phoenix on ihO 20th day of June 1882, at 10 oVa3" a. x., far tbe west V ol the S. W. ?4 fjFmif 3, lownship 1 N., Kange 3, aet, aiy. leg the foliowici; as hia witneeee, vi otftn T. Dennie, Alex ander Siienarger, Owen KelJog-g aad Benj. W. KeJJo, ail of Phoenix, M&ricopa Co.. A.T. HIa2 L T COUSINS, WASIIIXGTOX STEEET, Oppositethe Phiza, niOESIX. - - A. T. Repairing fine walchea made a Speciality. I'H I" TOM SHERMAN', Prop. Corner AVashingtori and Centwrsts T. G. W BS Bleaching Soa". EIGHTH WONDER of the World- OFFIC i 204 SACHAHESTO STREET. FRANCISCO. C x ICE -CHEAKf PARLOR A full asscrtmeut of Cigars, Cigarettes, Candies ConfectlonervrEtc. . All of the latert Papers and Magazines .H flffrN. ,im.Li!C!ii'i'"'r" Jfltaa,llirft.iTiiriTn1'i1ti -I ...I ri ti uU ,f Wm A Rove -ffc-ptf Genera'AJerchandise ihe attention of buyers and consumers is called to our two fine stores at the VULTURE AND TIPTOPTHJNES Every thing needed by gainers and Prospectors Mill and linine QTTDTT T T7 O VA,v.-,,n,.!. !Tt , o ;ir d-r t-::.;.t 1 r- - New York- - mftrrB .. . ------ : , bond tnd Werraut. t'SreouniC-mDiereia hsSi-.T- Jz jt- !- ysuc.a ordi-ke ccllectocf, end tranact: ia iil-a otaaut. - -. B. f PASTURAGE. vaSJ N I t ST05IAC5I Ha a Ess fea CORRESPONDENTS: The Barric of California, San Frarcisco i Co, The best of Alfalfa and Grain pasturage can be had. at my ranch at the above rates. Wm. Isssa c. OERMANIA BEER HALL. Jos Mieiffler, Proprietor. Cor. TJ'ashington & Montezu ma Streets, PHOENIX, A. T. It is tho concurrent t;sif "iionr f public and Hit; dt cal prafo-.--Un tti?t J'.-.;-t"itcr'd Stomach Hitter? si m M t t--which cchives lesuiii (n-iiiiT f-. ihor oah and lieaiu. Rtjiiie r-c ir 'ir (Mordt-r. it invii riis the firlr. con quera kidney and bladder cmMr-i'it. srd battens thoc-iivak-ctiice of ihio rro--arm? from enfeeblinar di-car. r.-f-iT it the prund i-pcii!c for f. vr nd m-. For sal by all iJrnsiM ud m-aluay pentrally. jaut Burst! rarrd - mQ wars jc. a. IHE SOLE AGENT FOR THE CEIjEBRVTED Bbcff Beer. L-.inclies, consistinir of Swiss Cheese, Pickled Ei? a Feet, Herring and Meat Sausage at all Lours. BILLIARD AND CARD ROOMS for the use and accommodation of patrons. SCHRIVER & MINOR ARCHITECTS And Builders. all Plans Specifications r.,,'oiin. ari."l estimates a ai uiougu r carefully maJe on classes of building- Dealers in all kinds of California Lumber, Shingies, Doors, Sash, Blinds andlf1culdings. I eadmg Cailv Pansi Published in Central Arizona. The II rated a- sat; mmt 5 &r b crtiivv!. Biar b fejd d rvxS ;r- u Vsmc tor m 1 Jkt?m.ZrA vjr - Health. ciittiT ttJiti-t- tw --msi of cttiv frem t v-r tAm liiuu tur. suil et- ti-' B .MiJt4 yas?n- Dli. A. KM UWXIU IV. Proper; on i-Ji ' i-iv la.'. l .t The Herald ia devoted eliief ' ' --: y io the interest of Salt liiver i, cnj rni.Ja -a n i.j 4i- w 1 be spared to lay before our : ' ' a-i 1 y tiders ell matters pertaining -" V0 - tju'ia ii t" tt f.'f w t j to Agriculture, -M.. . ..V ' . .... ..... I ..... ; . au.I Mining, ami we shall rJ I ad Ho'w. a. t. w?' ys keep our subscribers wel 1 " n " i. p.v ted in news from every por- K;P'TrfT.- tn n of the ierritorv. e bare tV..!-. u t c-l ol lh- .t,;l vjir.-t v ( Vi respondents in every Coun- Z??rT ' h Mil t1" 1)8 uepenuea on as re- I el-alt maubentf& WANTED! cn-rv! tVtv Fwt.ili fa - bt'Wn .Tift R!uis-r ,