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N KV A DVKKT I SUM ENTS. SUMMONS. 1 1 Pintrii Court Sco d Julicial D'nrrlct, in tb County ui llaricpa, Teriitory ut Ari- OI.IVE A. MIDDI.ETOX. 1 Plaintiff Aeunt. WILLIAM II. AiUILRTOX j lfvulmnt. I Action arnufWt ia ih litri-t Cmrtoftha .4 Judicial I list riot inati'lft tli CtMinrjr f M.iriuta, in tb Territory ot Ariz-ma. Tb Trriti-r nf Arix-Hj ternl greeting to: AVilliani A. Middletoo. Von ar hereby mmmonM ami nfjuirt j to appear iiaa .: bmnifbt a.tinat you by the ai t oata-tl p mint iff, in tbe Di-tricc Court f tli SoconS Judicial District in and Ur tlie I'ounty of Marie!., in I be Tetrihwjr Arizo na, atd aniwtr tr.e rwmplaiat Hhd wnb th (Merit of Ihi Court at Ihnix in a..il Couniy f a copy of wbich runiplaint ar-vuiwuiiei tbi mnmuit) within twenty days. fxrluiv f XUm d ly of arrric) aft-tr th rricr npun J ui of this imtimna. if yM ia thi empty; but if ttc I otit of th dMinty ami witltiu ttiU li frict, tl.en within thirty Uy; in all (Lur caeca forty -day. The saitl action is b-oarbt to obtain a 'eeroo of this court discolvinff tt bxi b f nntrimony nw oxUttoc between, tho pLiiotitT and U fvndant and Ur grtim al rehVf. And you am hereby aotifiM that if ynt foil to appear and anrnrrr the complaint a abve required the plaiuiiff will ai pty to the ('nrt ftr the relief demanded in l complaint, and rout and disburaeiaeuu in this bvfcall vxjend !. Gives under my sand and the eal of uid lisfnct Curt at 1'henix this 17th Uav of July a . i. is;s. FRAYCIS A. 8IIAW, Clerk. A. P. LXHOX. Attorney ec riaintifT. n2."w lrroalf for Wood. Irnpa1 will be receiTCil to Atifo.it 15th for npptyior the Oolden Star Mining Compa ny, will On TborMnd Cord of Wood. TLe wood can be cut tn the immediate vicinity of the mill. nil It W. B. IIELMXOS. Surt RANCH FOR RENT. For Particulars apply t J. 1'henix Lirery Ktablo. Monihon. n'-.tf A. GOLDBERG Dealer in General Merchandise. rheuix Arizona Keeps tyery tkinj pirtaining to a first class Store. Prices as low as the lowest. NE Frank Purcella would respectfully infem his man' friends and the pub lie generally that he Las fit ted up an elegant SALOOX where onlv the finest WINES, I.IQI'OKl, and Best CIGARS, Will ba kept. Entrance an duor west of Ool berg'a Mercantile Establishment. o9W (..-Morgan & Go. Washington St., Thoenix. AND Morgan'a Statiou on the C5ila River. Importers and Dealers ia Groceries and Clothing, Dry Goods, Liquors, Tobacco, - Cigar?, tc. At prices to suit the times SALOON, NCW A 1 ) V ERT IS KM KXTS. Phenix News Depot. c. M. CLARK, tiT.AI.KK IX Xewsitapi-m, Book. lVriolicAlv, Candies, Silt. ' - - Ciifars, dr. ToIkmvo. SuWria.n. taken for aH Tapers and IYrW.ic ih. o- rr.RODiCAL.s un rsrASou Al Ibe BLUE STORE. First Door East of the Postcfiicc. e.vi Out! ing Out Owing-to my vh1p being1 slightly damaged by the recent rains I am clo.Inj out my enMre Stock, at aCreut Sacrifice regard'csof Priitiui. My stock cor si it's of Dry Cioods, Fancy Artic les, Cifars and Tobacco, Gentlemen's Tader wenr. Silverware, WntSe and Jtwe'r, All tlo, da will be sold at San Ftaucisco I'RICKS, At Privats Sale. ridic will Jo (o pxamiiiF my tx-k for " ny g"l to be dipot uf rriranllen olCOST. 31. KDWARIM. Xit Dor abure tlw uttice of Uie Salt Kit- r.a IIkhai.d. ' n5r.tr .NEW DRUG Just Q PENED. I n Wiuliintrtou Street, on flor wt of Motrxunut, tuijoiDiug th Magnolia Salon. The flood hare jmt arrived fnm Ran Fran d eo, aad warranted FKKsH and (;EM'IXa. Physician" Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. A pliarc of the patronapc of Phe nix and vicinity is solicited. 1k. COX VERS, n2.ilf Proprietor. Nursery Headquarters. I have hen api'ointed A cent for Armstronfr and Goodhue, reprriientinfr W tfc. T Smith's Nursery nt Geneva, New York, and am pre pared to take orders for FRUIT Ornamonta! Trres, Vines, Shrubbery, F.te. Osne Orange In any quantity for He-lffint;. And can jrove that the pfunls do better in this Climate than any California stock ever hroucht here. pyc am. ant Examine Catalogue asd PalC'tlt AT TUB I5I:LSUI!E SI!T()iRIIK. l'irtt Doi.ir K;t.-t of the Poytoffn.e. n:.'Mf C. M. CLAHK. Sslliilg e!3 SALT RIVER IIERALD. HATiit:.v....Ar;rT . Cami Mektixu will be held in September. i. L. Ti nxF.it, Sr., left for Mc Millenville, Wednesday. Cave Creek is at present sup plied with three saloons. CiOI.imseRc's new building will shortly be ready for occupancy. A LARUE number of buildings arc InMiig crocte 1 in diffi-ront parts of the town and valley. J, D. MoNtimx has a well water ed rand., partiidly cleared which he desires to rent. Mrs J E Brow.v and clniijrhter arrived from tho Tiptop last Thurs day curoute t j San Francisco. V. C. Rorxnr has purchased ono of those cidebrated Packard or gans from R. F. Coleman, the agent. Wji. R. IIei.i.ixcs wants one thousand cords of word for the new mill of the Golden Star Company-. Mr. J II Ccmmixgs is very ill at his residence. Neii Osboru has tho been nuite sick but is getting better. - ! . SKTTI.EIt has been added to the Little Prospector's mill at work in the yard of the Phenix Flour mill. Jonx CI. Campbell, arrived from Prescott Thursday, and leaves on tins morn in'; s coach tor the Southern country The steam thresher belonging to Captain Hancock turned out 2'). ('00 pounds of grain in three dajs of last week. . ITerrick & Litokrhixc. are building a large addition to their es tablishment, iu the shape of a store and coal room. Strong doses of advertising should be administered to business that looks bitious, especially at this sea sou of the year. . "We call atlention to M. Edwards' "Selling Out" advertisement on this page. . Goods slightly damaged by last Thursday's raiu will be sold at a great sacriiice. Goi.nsrAX, our enterprising mer chant has become the possesor of a fast horse making his mile easily in about 3 minutes, lie is a fiuc looking animal. Charlie Clark again appears before the people of the town and valley and has something to tell about his lit :1a Rlue Stoic, iu a new advertisement, George E. Mowrt, informs us that the postoffiee, for the week end ing July "-If, issued money orders to the amount of $3003 10 and paid out iu the same time f 1322. Dr. It. Jj. Coxtf.rs of Yisalia, California, who had the finest drug store in Southern California has st irted in business iu the same line in Phenix. lie is located next door to M. 'NYormscr's etore. Kiiy, son of Jesus Otero died at Mission camp June 20. lie was on bis wav home from Caltforniu. He was taken sick shortly alter leaving Yuma, and getting worse was left over iu hopes of his getting better Rand progress is being made on the new ditch, about sixtv men at present being employed. It is ex pected to be completed in time tor the new crop. 1 he P.oard of v rectors are J. D. Rumburg, F. A. Shaw and 0. H. IV Sheets. Siiook's train left Yuma, July 22d with following freights for Phe nix J. Y. Thompson, 025; More and SafTord, 50; Brunson & Mor- off, 1 SCO: Miss Lydia Shnltz, 200, A. Goldberg. 10.33; Phenix, Tip- Top M'g Co., 2D0Q. Geokge K. Lor.ixn is enlarging his store to almost double its former size. George is enterprising and tends to business, which we hope will increase iu the next six months sufficient to justify him in erecting a two story brick to accommodate bis customers. GooimrE & Aumstroxg have appointed C' M. C'ark, of the Blue Stoic, their agent in this valley, for fruit and ornamental trees, vines, shrubs, F.tc. and whe-re all infor mation can be obtained. This firm gave the very best satisfaction last season, and Mr. Armstrong, on a recent visit here, received many new orders for this j-ear. Newcomers and all others who failed to hand in their orders, can now have an on porluuisy. Sl-c advertisement. Articles frf incorporation ' have been filed of the Bohemiau Silver Mining Company, to mine in the Maricopa district of Arizona. Cap ital stock 10,000 .000. divided into 100,000 shares. Directors Adolph G. Roden, Thomas McKeever, P. Yon Loesecke, S. Klein and G. Kla ber. It is as impossible for a merchant to do business without advertising as it is for machinery to run without motive power. As evidence of this observe nil the linns within j-our knowledge who have tried it and see how their business has fallen off, and how they ultimately have to give up and quit. An eclipse of the sun took place on Monday last, and was visible in Arizona. In our town, men, women and children were peering through smoked glass, many of them for the first time, casting their' eyes heavenward. At 3 o'clock, it be came almost dark, the air sultry and warm, and forcibly reminded us of the hour for retiring. Sherman, ITvde & Co., have stMit us "When the Twilight Soft is Falling," "Song and Chorus, by' D, S. Hakes- A Perfect Musical Gem, and a rare Combination of Senti ment, Music and Art- , AYith illu minated title page and beautiful print, A production replete wiih the tenderest emotion other than an introduction. . Price f5 cents. Six months ago three lofs on Washington st;ect were purchased for $000. 1 he owner has lately re fused $1,500 cash and asked $300 more. lie rightly gives credit to the Herald for this advance, knowingthat.it has been through its columns that attention of inves tors is rapidly turning to this town, Some business men sav- it doescn't pay to advertise, that lio one ri ais the advertisements or locals cither but if a paper contains a Hue of the smallest type made, in the remotest corner of tho paper, which is in the least derogatory to them, they will Hud it before the paper is is drv, even though they are not subscribers "Ym.B. Hellixgs arrived from San Francisco last . week, and soon straightened out the affairs of the Golden Star Mining Company. Fif teen carpenters and ten laborers were put to work last Monday morning and business commenced in earnest. More men will be put to work as fast as room can be made for them. It is calculated that the mill will be np and running inside ot two months. There was very little excitement on the occasion of the Democratic primaries last Saturday. John T Alsapwas inspector and L Ormc and John E. Naylor judges. , One hun dred and twenty-five votes were polled and the following ticket elected: L Orme, X Broadway, J P Holcom.P Bulan and Gus Chen- owth. The convention for nomina ting county omcers win meet in Phenix at 10 o'clock Monday morn ing, August 26. "Wednesday afternoon Phcnii was visited uv a very severe rain preceded by one of Avizonia's pecu- I - mi . nar sana storms, ine lain -com menced falling about 5 o'clock and continued almost the entire night, according to the gauge at the milita ry office two and a half inches of water fell. Except in one or two instances very little damage was done. Ashcr Sc Ellis had a large amount of goods damaged owing to a leaky storeroom. One end of Goldman's warehouse was blown in, but no loss resulted to the barely stored therein. E. Irvine's stock received no injury, owing to an ex cellent roof. Wc heat of a number of instance? where buildings leaked and gave things a good wetting but no serious damage resulted. This is the most severe rain that has fallen in the valley for several years. TELEGR AHIC. Liuc is down near Burke's station and no opportunity to get your reg ular press dispatches. Operator. Chicago, July 29. Reports from Northern Iowa and Southern Min nesota represent tho crops badly damaged. They will not yield sev en bushels to the acre. July 27. AH the Powers except tho Porto have now ratified the treaty of Berlin , ...... t'The National Gold Medal w awarded to Brtidtey Sc. Rulofson. for tho best Photo criaphs iu tbe United States, and the Vienna Mi.1.1 f..r the hetl -n the xorld. , i Mi'ii-Rt-mery Strrct, tun I lanttv. K. IllYlXEk CO. Now th.it the Mineral Resources of Arizona are being rapidly developed, agricultural products will be m great demand and the Farmer will quickly find himself King, and while enjoying home comforts will reap largely of the golden harvest of the hardy minor. Prospectors who i i arc searching tne moun tains for hidden treasures -it may be poor as Job's turkey will in a moment find themselves Bonanza Kings and be able to revel in luxury the rest of their days; but all men cannot become owners ot rich mines! All men cannot become wealthy farmers ! To the great mass of man kind the price of pork and beans will still bo an object. E. IRVINE & GO- being aware of this fact, propose to sell the best quality of goods at reason able prices. They keep in the little store , nearest the flouring mill, with the sign over the door VARIETY STORE. TIENDA BARATA. E. Irvine k Co., keep a large and varied assorment of goods which ther will sell as cheap or cheaper than any firm in town. Their stock consists of Provisions, Groceries, Dry Goods, Hardware, 1 in ware, ' Medicines, Clothing, etc. Miners and prospectors can do better in getting an outfit there than any place in Fhenix. Young folks contemplating marriage will -be surprised to find how much they can buy at the store of E.Irvine & Co. with which to make home comfortable and pleasant Do not forget that E. IRVINE & CO Keep the cheapest and , ... i . best goods in Phenix.' Hay den's Ferry Our store at Tempe con tains a large and assorted stock which will be sold at Phenix prices. Come and PRICE our goods be foro purchase elsewhere. Ar GOLDMAN. New Goods!! AT GOLDMAN'S General Merchandise., EMPORIUM. Bacon, California, . Axle-Grease, H & L . .. Pie Fruit, assorted, ;. Coffee, Costa Rica, ' Worcester sauce, L & ,P, . Dried Fruits. Apples, Tears, ' ; Peaches, ' , Grapes, , ' And Currants. Peppersauce, in vinegar, Sugar of Lemon, P & M. ' , Syrup, Golden 1 gal tins, Rice, China and Island, Lard Oil, And many mora articlet too nnmeroni to m ' tion at GOLDMAN'S : GENERAL Merchandise Emporium. . PniXix. FLOURING MILL,' EAST riKEXLX, A, T. . This well-known and Flouring Mill is making . popular NO. 1 FAMILY FLOUR. I have on band the best tome manufactured brands in the Territo ry, in anqutities to suit purchasers A LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO THE TRADE - Orders solicited. . Cash prices as low as the lowest. H. Veil, Trop'r. 4 - a wr ' O. J. TOIBODO,. w . TnoMrsow. THOMPSON, & CO.,:.i ..:'- ; . - ' ''! ' TTasbjafton S,-,t' Canter ui Certen. Druggists k . Apothecaries. i- - .. DEALERS I! 'Drugs axd Medicixes, Cbemlrala for Mining re. ' AIk-, a fnUlUtec" . ' :'!",. GENUINE PATEKT MEDICrSES r . TOn-ET ARTICLES It PERFUMERY . 1 . ' :- Phtsiciaxs' Pkesciptions, will be attendeito by competent j-ertoos at aJ imuMuf tbeday and ntght, aa-i ebarfesfor tba me reaaooab la.