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(apical Xotes, Washington", July 2S An attempt was made in the House tody to put through the bill appropriating :t dollars a year for the education of illiterate of the United Slate-, hut failed because of objec linns. The President has approved the aot apropriHtinS $50,000 for Mny t .; (lr&'Al on account 01 ai- mrc. The S:nat to-day confirmed the appointment of George A Johnson as collector of customs in Sn Die to, Caf. PgiLADRLrnn, July 2S. Senator m v i i,irj-r rhairman of the Kepuhlioan State couveptioti says, the reply of the In -ependenls does not chnnc;e the si nation aa it is merely a formality of rejection of propositions submitted by tje rcgu Jars. He thought the Independent movement I.1 lost its strength among the Republican masses and predicted the athwart and indepen dent ticket will poil less votes than the Armstrong labor ticket, the prob able strength of which he placed at something over 30,000. ExploIon Chicago, J ulySS. A terrible Ex plosion of giant ponder occurred this evening at the stone quarry in tho northwestern part ot the city. Many people were knocked down by the concussion many blocks away. Some houses several blocks away were unroofed and window rl broken. No one was killed j bnt a large cumber were injured u... ;,. v.oi;trr?d onlv nine danzar- ously. TVar Xo1 es . Julv 23. The In- n.ir.ia has cone to summon the Aloukcr fort3 to surrender, and will hombard Ihem If they da not. The Q'linnebauff alone remains of the American squaaron. lora vnas. T!.r.cfr.rr nr.kno wleusres the im- iar toiv - rnense services to generously ren Aara y,v the American marines. imnortant seizures have baen made of secret correspondence in re. lution to the bombardment between the military pirty aal the French official correspondence, said to prove iacoDtestably that the tlilitaay pir ty was aecrctly supported by tha Freneh. The water in the canal eoiitiriue3 to fall, and troopa for a week past " j?. hm-n deoendent on wallj, cis terns and condensers. The Garrison at Aboukir Inuring refused to surrender the fort, thty will probably bo bombarded on Fri- dav. Pasha has written to the Sultan as follows: "I trust it i r.ip thr. as the eaomiei of Islam assert, Ottiimaa troops are coming to E;rypt, as I should have to oppose them by lorcc." Btkllren Election. ?as Fbascisco, July 28. The fol U a list f the direrto s of o the Southern Pacific railroad elect ed to-day: ChiS. Crocker, Chas. F. Crocker, Chas. Mayua, "W V. Hunt ington, M. S. Smith, J. L. WilllcuU, Moses Hopkins. At a meeting or the -'irectors the followiuir officers were elected: Ghos. Cro -ker, Presi dent; Chas- F. Crocker, Vice Presi dent; X. F. Smith, Treasurer; J.L. WilJIcutt, Secreta;. Wabhixoton, July 23. Debate in the Senate on the Naval approp.-ia-tionJSill was interrupted by AVil liama, who offered an amendment to the proposed sundry civil bill direct ing the Attorney General to ascer tain what would be a reasonable compensation for Chas. II. Heed in defending Guiteau, and to make an allowance therefor not exceeding $5,009. In the House the Senata bill grant ing the right of way for railroad and telegraphis purposes to the St. L)uis and Sm FrancUco railroad company through the Choctaw and Chicasaw Indian nations was passed. Williams, of Wisconsin, from the committee on conference on the Jap anese Indemnity bill, reported a die agreement and further conference was ordered. A secret treaty, setting asfde the awards of the miied Mexican com mission against Mexico in the cases of Cebabue and Weil for $1,200,000, was sent to the Senate to-day. There is no ground for the report that Mexico and Guatemala have submitted their dispute to the ar bitration of Ihe United States. Pres ident Barrios, for Guatemala, has re quested arbi'mtion but Mexico has, as yet, not united iu the action. Anothe "at Horse. Chicago, July 23. A Cleveland special says? On Friday the phe nomenal trotting stallion Jerome Eddy, developed yesterday, will make an exhibition trot in which he will attempt to beat Smuggler's great record. He trotted to the three-quarter post in the third heat at a 2 :14 clip, when he was pulled back to let the field in, otherwise the record would probably have been beaten then. Bobbed. Deitvkii, July 28. One Mrs. Greg- ory and her son August, agt. J 18, re rfti7 arrived from New York, and stopping at on of the leading hotals -tere, she put $4,800 under her pi!-. 1, Last night young Gregory visited hfs mother'3 room and ab . Hbe money. He was ar ' 4 the rooaey recovered, f lsrellaneus. ebaum w.as arrested at ; emblexzling his em was dwtected by means -aey whicU was found admits having stolen ar Davy Crockett left San Franciero with a from Pennsylvania. Iran Xnr. 29. Tb Star's rnai, 6a ys': i tmn from the dis bar If trictof fcuaupa, it i3 reported that at the C incma the Apa-;h69 l,vc killed twen'jr citizens and are depre dating and massacreing the inhabitants- Gen. Reyes has left Hermo sillo with a larje force of regulars toward Elvis, where :t is said a band of 150 Apaches are preparing to make a raid into Hermo?iilo to lib erate their squaws, captured recent ly by Col. G rrcia. The people of Sonora are Tejniced to know that tren. Creole is to assume command of military affiirs in Arizona, and fael that it means subj atrntiaji ths Apache. A convict soldier latety imprsed into the fsrvice wa shat here on the 22 1 for d-.'scrllon. The steamer Maxin arrived hsra on the lSih, making the shortest time on record . On the 29th gale of wind pased ov?r the asrror, resii'tin m con siderable destruction and dragging the ships at anchor over a tjiiar-er of a mile. A lighter with twenty tons of iron was overturned. The Minas Prietas mine has shut down, throwing 200 men out of em ployment. Washinoton, July 29 The Scnite on motion of Miller, of California, struck out of the naval appropria tion bill the clause abolishing the gr:ide of Conimadore. The general impression is that Congress, at the latest, will adjourn a we: k from to-day. It will be impos sible to keep a quorum here even aa long as th it time, as a great many members of the House left y ester day, not inteuding to return. O the on"y vole taken yesterdiy there was but just a quorum. At the special meeting of the Call net to-day to consider the river and harbor bill, the bill was discussed and final action decidsd upon, but great seci ecy was maintained as to the conclusion. The government has expressed willingness to arbitrate upon the Mexican and Guatemala boundary question. Ex-Rcpreserttative Rice is spoken of as the successor of the late Minis ter Marsh at Rome The report that Joseph R. McCol man is to be removed is denied at the department. Rich Discoveries. New York, July 29. A dispatch from Vu It, N M., says: Great tx- citement was created in this vicinity by the discovery of new deposits of extraordinary rich silver ore at Lake Valley, ten miles from here, in the Black Itine. Ia one shaft Of the silver mines a vein of chlorides and horn silver forty feet thick has been disclosed. The influx is so large that the hostile Apaches have flad into Mexico. A branch railroad has been laid out from here tj Lake Yal Icy. The rush increases daily. Death Record. JEW lORi, July aa. The ap palling mortality of the past week 1,214, is the largest in ten years. To day the deaths were 213. One-third of the victims were infants, dying of cholera infantum. There were eiht sunstrokes and eleven deaths from heat to-day. It is now rain- ng. The thermometer is 84. . foreign X. Alexaxdiha, July 20. Osman Pasha Rifki and 26 Circassian ofH cers implicated in the recent plot to assassinate Arabi Pasha, arrived to day fiom Constantinople, having been summoned by the Khedive They were received with greit cere mony. Paris, July 29. The ministry was beaten on the vote granting credit for the Egyptian expedition by 450 to 5. The Cabinet tendered their resigna'ions. The President asked them to transact business till their successors were appointed. Co-NSTAxirKOFi-K, July 29. The Sultan denies having received any telegram announcing the submis sion of Arabi Pasha. Loxoos, July 39. Davitt arrived yesteiday. He ws interviewed by a reporter of the Irish paper. He said he would return to Ireland im mediately to put a spoke in the wheel of Cavanaugh'a land corpora tion scheme Sir Garnet Woolsey is seriously indisposed. Arizona Indian 3Tews. Lordsburg, July 31. A large baad of Indians crossed the Gila river yesterday morning, four miles below Richmond, making for the Stein mountains. Lieutenant Geary with a company of the Sixth cavalry and Indian scouts are following the trail. These Indians stole 21 head of horses at Mule Springs on the 28th. They had abandoned and killed nine head befaie reaching the Gila. It is believed that this band is only a scouting party from a lar ger band traveling in the same di rection. It fs reported here that the Indians are concentrating in force southeast of Whitlock Cienega. About two-thirds of the freighters on the route between Lordsburg and Clifton have drawn off, believing it unsafe to travel the roa.l. The De troit Copper Mining Company, situ ated on the old trail from San Carlos to Mexico, at about six miles below Clifton, have been obliged to shut their smelter down, being unable to obtain teamsters to haul their ore. Mr. Chureh, the superintendent, has attempted to obtain from the mili tary commander suitable protection forhis reduction works, but without success. Official Inquiry. WA5ni;GTeN, July 31. A Port land, Maine, newspaper of the 26th, states that one of Hubcll's assess ment circulars received at that city, assessing government officials con veyed from Washington fa a Gov ernment envelop without payment ot postage as Hubbell and other of the signers of the circular are mem bers of the House of Representa tives and the Senate. Inquiry will be made into the facts of this charge and be a privileged question which any member of the House or Senate can move to have investigated. It i? stated that a resolution will be in troduced into the House on the first opportunity, instructing the commit tee on reform ia the ciyil 6eryice to investigate the facts alleged and in quire whether the official envelopes or stamps for official business can only be used by any member of Con gress for other than official business, with power to send for the persons and papers. Kdmundato Iteaisrn. Washixgtojt, July 31 -'-It is re ported that Senator Edmunds con templates resigning, and will devete himself entirely to his profession. FracdnteBt Sock . OiscixxATT, July 30. It has just transpired that Gen. F. Doughty, Secretary ot the Cincinnati, New Orleans Texas railway, has made an over issue of ?40?,eC0 worth of stock of the r"ad. The U:scviv was not made till the death of Doughty some months ag. War otew. Alexandria, July 31. To-day the Khedive's Cabinet issued a pro; clamatioa declaring Arabi a rebeli Arabi has resumed the turban and robes of a descendant of a prophet. Pokt Said, July 80. Reports from the interior say the Bedouins, who first favored the Khedive have gone over to Arabi and Will furnish him sixty thousand men. De Les seps is making a great deal of trou ble here in opposing foreign meas ures, lie addressed a crowd of Araui's supporters in terms hostile to England and France. As a rssalt tie English, French and Germans have abandoned their intention of landing le;t disturbance follow. Iabr l'nlor.. Washington, July 31. The Na tional Federation of Labor Unions in an address says: "It is of great importance that candidates for the next Congress of all parties, should be called upon to clearly define their position on the great question of capital and labor before election day.'' The convention ot working -men is also called to meet nt Wash ington on the 15th of November. TacXeWJadge, Wasiiingtox, August 1 Tha Sen ate judiciary committee has decided to report favorably the nomiaalion ot W. W. Hoovar, of California, .to be associate justice of Arizona. Judge Stillwell was removed to makeilace for Hoover, and Still well's friads were disposed to op pose the confirmation. Charges DAILY. PHCENIX HERALD J. J. OOSPEIt, Editor and Proprietor. CHARLES COOLJDOE, Local .Editor and . Tiihlisher. P. C. EICKNELL Asocite t Kditor. TWEED tHANCOCS. Business Manager. oblisbed every evening ecept Sunday TERMS 0? SUBSCRIPTION. DAH.T. . 510: G mos., $5; per week, 25 HESILT. I Yr.. $4. 6Kos. S2 B0: 3 Mos.. $t 6C. 1 yr. Advertising Hate made known c app'l canon. F. C. Da. 65 Mercbsiit Exc'SisS'fi. San Francice. i manager of tfcm comrnerciil department ol the I'hoenix Hr.RAi.idn that city from this aate. He i authwiizetl to take orders nod collect lor tiie emc. JannaxTlt l&t. L. P. F:snT:R. AJrcrtifin? A??nt, tl Mer chant Exchanio, tan Francisco, i ftnth crizd to receive advertisement forfbe column" of lb. paper. The HkkaU iS kept on file at hi? olilce. Mb. J. TT. Bates, Xewspapor Adverttin Aeent. 41 Park Row, (Timai Hnildinp) New 1 ork, is authorize! to contract for adver copoiflji is a a xt ? ivrrv if v BT PinCHA.SEN'G OF PROt-ESSIONAL,. WHAHTOX & COOK, Physicians and Snrzeomi Staricopa Street, Ea.-t Side of Plana. Phoenix. A. T C. A. TWMD. W. A. HAYCOCE. TtVEKD H.t(! OCR. Attorney stLa w. Phoei i, A. T. Tftiid "U9inea in all departmentu a Ill IK-i 4 C Oe It. I,. ROHSOV. M. I. OfHCE-Wwe Waslungton St. Five doors east of Post office. Phoenix - - - - -- -- Arliond. have been preferred agaicst Still well, and the committee after exam ining the record of the investigation in the department of lustice agreed to report favorably on Hoover's case. XnEqulte. WASstixtfTONi August 1. The Ssc retary of the Interior decides that mesquito is not timber in the mean ing or me law, ana inn ue tui vu the public lands. Sew Vorlt item. JSTbw York, August 1. During a temporary absence of 3Iari Eppol ter from her residence on Roosevelt street, a Are started and twe children were burned to death. The steamer Niagara from Hava na yesterday brought twelve China. men. Ine steamer nr.ra uoiinca mt Havana agent not to bring any more Chinese, fcr so far as they could see there was na possibility of evading the law. One hundred and thirty-eight deaih3 in New YorK from heat for th twenty four hours ending yester day noon are reported. arobabIetSulel le. Bosto.v, August 1. The funeral of Geo. K. Proctor, a prominent cit izen. whose death was attributed, to paralysis, was stopped by the medi aleiamin?r, who f.unJ a kull et wound in the back of his head, and a revolver with one chamber d:s charged, under the cellar stairs of Procjor's house. Ohio. CoLCiiBCS, August 1. Rjpor t from the county primaries in Speaker Keifes's district indicate that he will have 124 votes in the convention next Wednesday and General Kennedy 43. A negro attempted to ravish Mrs. Peck, aged sixty, at Canton. At tempt frustrated and negro lynched. Yellow Fever. Labedo, Tex., August 1. Several deaihs from yellow fever are re ported at Matamoras and Browns ville. CoseTAjrrixoPLE, Augut 1. In consequence of the instructions ol Russian representative the confer ence is considered terminated. Alexandria, August X. There are troops enough here now to hold the city against Arabi. but not enough for an advance. The French fleet sailed to-day bv order of the Consul General . The Suez canal company telegraphs from Ismalia to the press: The liedouin chiefs place themselves at the disposal of De Ltesseps by direction of Arabi. The Khedive authorized the British to occupy as much of the Suez canal af necessary for the expulsion ef the rebels The French residents of Port Said announce tneir intention to place themselves under the protec tion of the United Statas on account of the withdrawal of the French fleet. It. IV. Attorney 3IOOBE at - L a w No 14 Corcoran Building, Wasiiixqtox, - ------ D. C WILT, attend to bnin -tr t overy ne criotiou in the General Land Oficp. Patents for inventions procured, defended and prosecuted. correiDonacnce jeoiu-itea Fbaxk Cox, Joseph uxtbill COX CAnPBELL, Attorneys at l.aw. OrnCs next 9or to Court Houee. W II. BtrETT. 3t. !.. Physician and Sil rtcon. Cotton's Bitfiilng, PHftNIX,- ARIZONA, CA large and fine slocic of Dnisrs con stantly on band forpresrtption purposes SCHR1VER & MINOR ARCHITECTS And Builders, Our friends and the public in general are respect fully invited t3 call and examine our immense Stock just received from the East Our display comprises evftry article imaginable and we do not .hesitate ia stating that for taste, quality and comparatively low prices, it surpasses any that have eVer entered thid market. Special pains have been taken in the selec tion o-f wares for our lady patrori3. Besides a com plete assortment of Dress, Fancy and White Goods, We have added a beautiful line of Hats and EVIHIinerv Goods. - ALSO Late Eastern Novelties Plans and specifications furnished and estimates carefully made oa all classes of buildings. Dealers in all kiads of California Lumber, Shingies, Doors, Sash, Blinds and Mouldings. Office and Lumber Yard on 5. E Coiner of Adams and Maricopa Sts. North of Bank Exchange HotJ. SmaH Profits for Cas Our assortment cf flents' Furnishing Goods ,Hts,&c Is complete in all its details and cannot be equalled anywhere. Ve have also received complete lines of the follow ing, arrl and are prepared to oner mem 10 our patrons at 20 j.er cent less than any other noune in JL hoeni ANK EICHANG .'CELEBRATED 9f It is the conenrrent tentimony of the public and medic&l profenioQ, that Ho. tetter's Stomach Bitters is a medicine which achieve results speedily felt, thor onKh and benign. Beside rectifying liver disorder, it invigorates the fedble. con quers kidney and bladder complaints, and hasten the convalescence of thoee recov crme from enfeebling diiea"ea. itoreover it is the rand epci0c for fever and aene. Forttlo by all Prneigts and Xeaicrs n'asliiiisten street opposite the This new hotel is now open for thJ accommodation ot the traveling public. The rooms are well ventilated and handsomely furnished in suits and sincle. Superior - accommodations for families, lheaim ot the propri etor will be the comfort and welfare ol liis guests. Booms ircseivrd ly Is 7Itit Billiard Table and Bar Onnectcd with the House. AH the Finest Liquors & Cigars FBITATE CAES KOOMS. The principal Eastern, California and Arizona papers Kepi on tile. A share of the public patronag solicited. E. Hardware. Paints, Tiirware,Gi a ss war e , Crockery, Oils9 Carpets, Clothing, Trunks and Valises, Ladies Dresses. Wrap- x pers Parasols, Etc. iOMJSTHIMG OMETHING I1EW MEW 0 8 ? i p IP H Oearance AT GUSS ELLIS & GO'S. Of S5QS000 (Jeqeial MeJandi, hi Gugt and Below Gq$ during fiie ne 60 daij Call and h CoqVmcei ss !E311is Sz Co- PI10E.YIX S.1L0O.Y. STROUJi f. IilCH Z SOX, Praps, Cor. WmLInf-' a Sc Montezuma St riWrJXIX, A. T. WISES, I.KJL'OSS KsV, CIUAES Of '.be bi-'t brands !iiwy! on 02ml. GOOD CI.UI5 KOOH3 ATTACH ED JOS VVAGNEJ? & CO. ITa nfactorers of French BurrSTill-S tones AND PortabisMiifs. 10o and 107 Mission Street, AOBITT TOR ICE CKEAM PARLOR A full asscrtracQt of Cigars, Crfjarettes, Candies CorfectIorter'"Etc. Ml of the latent A car load of Furniture will arrive in a fax? days from the East. Pleaso call ancf jttdge foT yourselves. Pakees and Magazines Agents Studebaker Wagon Company. FREE READING ROOM AT LORING'S. Anheuser Buscti Brewing Association. Domestic Sewing Machine Company. P2LES! Piles! Sure Cura Found at Last! Ho One FJaed SufTar! A sure mrr f-r B'.i'n), Tiloelinc, flching anil I lcert.f''! Pilfs has been discovered !iy Dr. WiiiiHii), (an In- li:in resiicily,) culled Dr. AViili-tin's Indian Omtiiu'iit A siniriu box has curi'it the worst '!rirnio. in.'s of 25 or -id rears i:uuinsf. No nue need sailer live miri'.:u-u nflor nnplyinsr (his wonderful h:n;r moiliciae Lotions, instrumt'iits und electiiaries d iiion- harm than eoo'l. AViiliin's Oiuiincnt Sibsorijs Uu; tumors, allays the intfiise iuhiii, (particularly --t night at'tT M'.iii!! wurin in bed) nc'.o as a iouliii-V, ciws inst.iiit arid puin lis? rcdief, aud prep:u cd oniy for pi It's itching fif tiie private p.irt, and fur tii'thms eise- Iiead what the ITori, J. M. Co'din licrrv of Clevel.iiid snys about Dr. W iliksm'o Indian Pile Ointment : "J hive used scores of pile cures und it affords me j-.'casure to say that lhave never fouiid anything vhiffh gave siii h ijnmediale and iiermancnt re lief as Dr. William's Indian Oint ment. For sale ly all druiririsds ormailed on receipt of price, 1.00. McCarthy & Osborne, Vyhclesa'e Agent Denver, Colorado. Henry & Co., Prop- CLKVJSLAXD. O Aei:iir Sr.ltitt C'lothn. soil -r;ll ''rp!i-.l . Kelly k Meyer "SVholcsale and Retail Daalers a BOUGET AX 1L3 IT til STAR STABLES ITors? lrokta i uz I nes; sick a?", i lura-j hrv-i : . . and trcaievi tl e v; i;i' horse iUUt ia Ncnlie-ra A.-.;v. Sale at.d trlih si,!J! a- ! .r rise harses j-r-'-.;vj f ; xr poses. Several very ije 5" vn ulotonian rtsllu.es '.. i .'.o. - "-'AIT BLET(i.I.V.," "ALMON T,- 4 "i'ATCH ::.:. .: . . stud purftrsr-- J. J. lV-toit A. J. 1. KrxETT. V?;jcvT. THE GREAT ENCL!Sti FII2T Porkii i Ftluttcn Etc- Diaconally opposite Postoffice. Gaiifurma Bakeiy ill! Ji CAR SHERRER, ' - Prorrister. W. A Rove & Co General fdereiiano'ise The attention of buyers and consumers is called to our two fine stoma at the VULTU.12 AND TIP TO? MJNES Every thing needed by Eisners and Prospectors greasi., pies. Qaes Gonfecrlonery 12 I oaves for S S Delinquent Noiics. Office of tho Meed CaiMJOomparv, Mega, a. r. Notice is horeby srlvcn th.t tiere iff 2c linatieiil tnsn the capual stock of the Me-a CtinM Oonnspv uo accouut iI 4 V 1 ?si t: z.zi. many !xr Jo5,a t-k sap'Tt mud t-& V A ihr.nu;a C5,2i-si:iw w- i- tJ Uliili y,' fU' npoa r.'f.p X f ric V. c !X irt"" z'd A. ti- iti-t; X. 1 Ni-Axu- irupi t c-i am i? lr AUaxiv' Kj-nat yssiT Niww a.eepsmentit levied npt Mar V2, h- m tcllAvinir cm omits nnon tlieshar 't rP I f o 1 I 1 1 I IS I" !.- ue ihe raiiica of tiie respective tuare- I J3 l ill IS c U i 1 H I I holder, to-irits tlUl Urn UJUUlIf McDonald. A. F., Jan, Ju & :Sd And ualutt tTie raH seTeral amouute paid to the TrtH)irer of sail Oonr'.nT oa on cr tolore iho 13. li day of Juij IS2, to maar tliare of scid stock of tle respwl ive shareholders as may ho minr to pay the wil oe uoiu at imonc auctpou on the said lSth day cJnlv, at 10 o'clock. a. k , at lue door of tho otneo of il.c coiu r any at the residence of Chas. I. Hib-cm, Mffrt. T.Iaricopft caunty, to pay thH id de linquent asseJmer.t. By oiiur oflheHoa:d of Piroc CilAb.I. HOUS Sec. June 9.1&K. Mil! Minins SUPPLIES L Speci.il ty.- A. HOWE co OGLE GP.RAT CIIANCK to male m2t'y. Ti:o who wrhhc tjike ;:rlvai'-a if t!ie g;oc. chanr.1! w innke lnry.'.y that i;.i?.c who uii not iluprovn fucii cha.iece rc mtu :z povorly. we waa; many men, wimien, boyb, uSj. i;ir! t wo.U lor Ut iii heir own lookru'e. Any i n can dotne wort i.r.i)ory 1'rom first si art. The baiinosS pay more than ten timet or- alnary wag...", hxpeneivtr oul?.t lurninheit tret;. No ftue wii.. onr.jr.'a failn ro m-I:e money rApi.ily. You can devote yonr whole lme to tin; ork, or n!y your ppar mo- mn?. i in! lnrtrfnAiion ana ail mat i nede.ii s.nt free. Aildr..ft(t SPINSON .t CO.. "arrRud. Maine. Tiger Barbsr Shsp. Barber & Hairdresser, WASHING LOX ST., Tl; or aiooi A T. Cigars. Totac?o. YrL Notion?, Saiokers Ar ticles, Stationery, Cutlery, Caa diO') Xut, Washing St oppoiie we 11 if 0, J. TH1S0D0 7 J. HcEBAlT, -C'TY 2- RakSFEk Go Mi PANY. For Sale or to Rsnt. 1G0 Acres of land aboat six raiies v.'est or noemx will be sold or leased on reasonable terms, with rnvixejre ol wascr irom tlie Grand Canal. Cabinet Saloon J, R, L00SL3V. ISlfLI. do a 5-;nerl transfer btisi if!! ness, cs'iing for and dliveriusr parcels, packages etc. to any part of tlie city. J Orders, promptly atteuded to JJ 12 UL fiU I L'L TOM W SKITH F.-oarietor. The rcoirs of this new Hotel are al! newly lilted uy, aati f urnLsiiod with entirely new u.":turo everything is Nest artf C!aanl Rooms let bo the Day, Vt'ck or Month. Board caa be obtained ia ts baildiiig." At the Ear caa always be fouzd Winssjiiquors & Cigars Of th uost fraad ia lonw OriJsSistKpclhscar DUGS MEOiCWES. TCILET ArrTCtEY PASTURAGE. St. FER MONTH. Tbe best of Alf-ilfji an J Grain pnstu.r:ic;a caa W had at my ranch at li. above rate?. LIYERY u FEEiJ STA2L loiKerbsix Sa: 1 -.-a.:c- Aiv cn hani. HAY AND GRAIN" At the lowest nwrttt rri Keoenii.