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TOWN AND COUNTY.
Fresh fruit at Losing's Bazaar. Fresh cocoanuls at Loring's Ba zaar. The postoilicc onlers issued in this city on last Wednesday amounted to ?1,7C5. George Turner, Jr., has been r.p pointed deputy United States mar shal. Beautiful Ladies Satchels at Gold berg's. An excellent job of pencilling is be ing done on the building of J. M. Cotton. Limes and Lemons at Loring's Ba zaar. Get one of those twelve dollar suits at Gold')crg"s. M,Edv.-ards has a neiv quarter col unia ad. in this issue. lie has a fine stock of goods. English walnuts, fillH'rts and nl mends at Loring's Bazaar. All kinds of stationery just received at Goldlerg's. A catholic priest is ia town solicit ing subscriptions for the purpose of erecting a church in Thcnix. All kinds of trunks, valise.-, satchels etc., at Goldbergs. Choice llavauj cigars at Loring's Bazaar. The attention of our readers is call ed to ths notice of collector Mowry in regard to the payment of taxes. Hanging, side and grand lumps at GoIuIa rg's. Smoking Tobaccos of all bra-ads at Loring's B;iz:i:r. llic teams of Messrs. Brown and Gaivia anived this week with a large amount of freight forour mcr.'hants. Take your kibies to Kntliwck's and have their pictures taken by the Lightning process. Cups, saucers and Vi.tcr pilchers at Goldberg's. This valley was visited with a spendid rain on Ust Tuesday night. It continued until the following morning. Call and examine the laUt styles of Gents hats at GoldU rg's. Fictures taken by. Lisflitnlng at Kothrock's. The odd-fellows of Plicnix are re quested to meet at the oiliceofthe County Treasurer next Saturday at 2 o'clock, with a view of organizing a lodge in this city. For a complete collection of Ari zona views go to lioihrnck's. The following appointments have l)cen just made by the Southern Methodist Conference: Frescott, S. M.Adams; Fhenix, A. Groves; East ern Arizona Mission, J. W. Craige. Embroideries, Laces, Tics just re ceived at Goldberg's. Itc'igious services will be held in the primary school room northeast from the church, on the corner, at 11 A. M. and 7 P. M. to-morrow ; nd ev ery Sunday until the church is finish ed. ; Blankets, Winter coats and suits nt Goldberg's. The litigation in the Peck mine case, it is asserted, has been arranged by compromise, and the election of a new board of directors, as follows: E. G. Peck, L. B. Jewell, Jas. K. Lowe, n. P. Sonntag, Judge Stebbins and Win. Sherman. Onlers from the country receive prompt attention at Goldberg's. Siucc the election has settled down to its usual quiet, we don't hear as many '"hurrahs" as we have been af flicted with for the past month or two, and the salutation "What will you have in yours" is not extended with that olf hand liberality that characterized many in this communi ty during the campaign. We are informed that the splendid stem-wheel steamer 'Disappointment' will leave this port in a few days for a trip up Salt Itiver. If possiiile we will give a list of tlic crew and pas sengers in our next Rsiic. Tickets will be placed at a very low figure ia order to en.-'.ble those Mho where in the late rice for ofi'.ce to enjoy the ex cursion without !cing completely "busted" ia a financial sense. All uboard ! Mr. Chapman, of the hae of Spruce, Stan ley Jt Co . wholesale lienor nurcliauts of San J-'raueUcj, has lately paid this town a visit. V. E. .Strcaach, Su?riiiten.l.iiit of the Mc rac:n li3;nc Company, iaid Uii first vbit to l'henix several Jays sicce. M-'jor Tnieman, atrent of the pnt office de partment, passed tltriMieli riienis tlii week, oi his way tj Tuesou, and latnoc to .Sin Francis co. S. VT. Cneue, H.pior merchant of I.os An geles, has bien soliciting orders from mer chant uer. Rev. D B. Wright, of Prescolt. is here on a visit. Mr. I.orinjr, lately of Boston, whose arrival here was sjtoken of last week, has been qnito unwell, but we are pleased to state is fast re covering his health. Mr. J. Sampler, of Yuma, has arrived in J'henix and will make this his home nerejfter- Mrs. A. II. Teiple, of Wickenburir. is visit ing frieu 1 s in rtienix and will shortly return ocauuipanied by her sister fMiss Tina Cavanefs Mr. Hiitehinson, representative of te li-pior house of Moore, Reynolds & Co., was hero a few days a.o, aad passed on tjuards Tuesor. Captain Gconre L. iJimon. peaerat airent for several eastern i:u.Erar.re cmiinU", was here last Mei:d;iy and tallied iLsurair.-e to nu,st of our merchants. Sir. Hayes, who made the recent rauipui:i ;n the interest ul the Hon. A. K. Iav.s, i-i iter ' :iw:i!':n ir rc!'!.-tl- '' h i I. USAMJ JIRV BEPOBW. October Ttiii or tJie IH.ttr'ct Court of jlaricopc County. Hon. DnFor.EST Pouter, Judge Sec ond Judicial District, County r.f Maricopa, Territory of Arizona October Term : Sin Your gran 1 jury beg letre to submit the following report of their labors : We have examined all criminal matters brought before us. We have found one true bill for murder. One true bill for inpe. One true bill for manslaughter. One true bill for assault, with at tempt to commit murder, and wc have ignored one bill. The above concludes all criminal matters brought lcfore us. It having lcen brought to the knowledge of the grand jury that fe males, arrested for misdemeanors, have bec-a confined in our county jail in the s.ii::; cell with laale piisoncrs. the jrr.md j'.i.y can not too rtroaly condemn such praciic?, an 1 demand, that hercaftir the sheriff or his sub ordinates refrain from repeating the oH'elliC. The grand jury desire to call the attention of the court, and the people of the county, to the diplorablc con dition of our reads, and request the proper authorities to take such action as may be necoss.'ry to put iiiei.i in giHjd repair. In this connection, we will stete that a committee was ap pointed to examine into the expendi ture of public money appropriated by the last legi-lat;:re !'..r the building or certain toads, in our county, the re port of that committee having been adopted by the iT.iiid jury, is append ed hereto and made part of this re port. The n port of the committee on county tif.ices. having been adopted by the grand jury, is also hereby im pended and made part of this report. The report of the committee on pulj. lie buildings having been adopted by the grand jury, is abo appended, and made pait of this report, as is also the rejiort of the committee appointed by the grand jury to report upon the depredat:ons committed by Indians belonging to the Pima and Maricopa re-ervation. The committee appointed to report upon the justices o;;ices report them kept in a neat and orderly manner. In making this our final report we would state tiiat we have been some what delayed iu our work, in getting witnesses lie fore us; we have also been delayed by our several commit tees who have made a thorough ex amination of our county affairs, which we thought necessary at this time. Respectfully, M. II. C.uj)F.swoon, Foreman. To the Foreman of the Grand Jury of Maricopa county, Territory jf Arizona October Term: Sin- Your committee appointed to examine into the manner of expendi ture of money appropriated by the last session of the legislature, in the building of wagon roads ia our coun ty, beg leave to submit the following report of their examination: AVe find the county was authorized to issue bonds, running for a period of five years anil bearing interest at the rate often per cent per annum, to the amount of $13,000, to lie expend ed as follows: Fifteen hundred dol lars to build or improve the road from Ph.'iix to Wickenburg; fifteen hun dred dollars to improve the road from Phcnix to IP.aek Canyon, or Shill ing's ranch ; fifteen hundred dollars to build a road to Agua C.dienta, or St.iuwix station on the Yuma and V ucsou road, and ten thousand five hundred doil us to build a road from Pheuix to Globe City. Messrs. John .Smith, C. T. Ilayden, ami Jerome II. Ilarton were named in lite act as passed, as the commission ers mid-r whose supervision this ex penditure of public m n-y should be made. ('. T. Hayden havintr failed to qualify or give bonds, Mr. Win chester Miller was choc!i by lite hon orable board of supervisors of our county to act ia his place, on the part of the county. We find that Col. King S. Woolsey made a proposition to the lioard of commissioners to build a good wagon road from Phenix to Agua Calieiila, or Stanwix station, for tificcu hun dred dollars, iu bonds, which proposi tion was accepted by the commission ers; that Jerome 15. Barton was ap pointed by the commissioners as a committee of one to examine the road, when reported completed ; that he so examined the same and report ed it as completed according to agree ment, and that thereupon bonds to the amount nt seven hundred and lii'ty tlollars were issued to Col. 'Woolsi y for the same, (seven hundred and lifiy dollars having been paid in advance w hen work was commenced.) From all the evidence adduced it appears that uo contracts have bee-i made or-ciiicred into, or bonds requir ed, by any of the parties doing Ihe worn, in mis case it noes i;ppcar that 110 otmorinniiv was ...Tei - 1 it,.. public l compete with Col. Woolsev. ! or any one ci.-e; in short, that partial, ! ilv was shown him, as il does not an- pear lVOe! !li.,t aiiv other orooo-.t i ton vv:,s ed for the building of the road. is.iis were mvi i." Ihe ro.ei : d. Wi-:k a J: burg and Blark Canyon, it appears by the minutes of the committee that ten days notice has been given by posting notices, When the bids were opened J. II. Picrsoii was the only bidder for building the Wickenburg road who oifercd to build a good wagon road, suitable for large and heavy teams to travel, for fifteen hundred dollars in bonds. This bid was accepted, but uo contract or bond was required of .Mr. Pierson for the faithful perform ance of the same. In his bid, or pro posal, he otl'ered to build a good wagon road ; brush to be cut out for a distance of twenty-live feet from the center of the road on either side; that the grades should be good, and ih.it the width of the same should be fif teen feet, and in solid earth. From all the evidence we have had it appears that he has utterly failed to comply with hi part of the contract. I'.y parlies who have been over the road since it has been received by the ! c immis-ioiiers, it is claimed that but little work has been done: that the route is an impracticable one; that no teams have been or can trawl the road, and, in short, that it is an ut'er ly worthless piece of properly, and tiie fifteen hundred dollars in bonds paid him, f. r which we ;s tax payers ' .,t.i;.-..i i.i om- ,.r i... .. i whatever and a total loss to the coun ty. This road was examined, and re ported on, by Commissi, ;:i:t Smith, and a motion was made by him. as appears by the minutes of the com missioner, to accpt, as completed according to propositi, and that pay ment of the same was made by issu ing him (Pierso.i ) bnmls to the amount of fifteen hundred dollars. These bids appear t have been received for the building of the liiack Canyon road: One from W. I). iVnler, for $1,100 In bonds. One from John Mullen, for 1.4 40 in bonds. I One from Martin Thompson, lor i sl.-KV) in bonds. The bid of Martin Thompson was accepted. From T!ijiips:n, v!:o ap peared oelore our committee, :t sip. no:!r5 ,i,.,t llc was induced by one of the commissioners to put in his bid ; in fact that the said commissioner made the bid for him, although as he himself slates he had no knowledge of the amount of work required on the rod. (This, to say the lea.,t, i-; very ii regular and reprehensible on the part of a commissioner.) He also states that Mr. Uartou. one of the commissioners, informed him how he wanted the work done. Xo contract was made or bond required in this case ciiher. After reporting the road as completed, as per agreement, Com missioners Smith and Miilcr passed over the road, and decided the work had not been completed and that the road could not be received. It after wards appears that the road i.-ns ac cepted, yet it does ;i appear that either of the commissioners again ex amined the road prior to the receiv ing or issuing of the bonds therefor. From all the evidence that can be obtained, from parties who have been over the road Ix.'th prior and since, it appears this contract was also a failure; that but little improvement has been made on the old road; that the amount paid for the work done was exorbitant in the extreme, and that the county is again called upon to shoulder an indebtedness of four teen hundred dollars, being payment for more than double the amount of work done, and all owing to the neg ligent and reprehensible manner of doing business by the commissioners. About this time, Mr. Winchester Miller, one of the commissioners, be coming dis.-atis.led with the irregular and careless manner of doing business by the board of commissioners, re signed his position es such and mir ed from the board. J.iille or no evidence has been had as to the progress made on the nail to Globe Cit-. It appears that the work is being carried on in a pri vate nminer, under the supervision of one oi me commissioners, .ur..ltrome 15. IJartoii. From Mr. Smith wc have learned thai the fund has been nearly exhausted, when we presume the work will be discontinued, unless our next b trisl.itnre may again pass ;in act authorizing another loan on the faith and credit of Maricopa county for the continuation of the work. This conclude; alioul all the infor mation or cvi'ieiice the committee have had on the subject, and, as a committee, have no sifrgtstions to make, ainl will only slate that in our opinion the money appropriated has been injudiciously expended by the commissioner-, and not for the best interests of the county; that the man ner iii which the money has been ex pended (iocs no credit to their busi ness sagacity or to their honesty as public otlieitds. The committe e, there, fore, leave the matter in the hands of the grand jury, to take such action in the matters, as herein stated, as they may deem proper and best for the in terests me county, trusting your honorable body will pardon this lengthy report, which we as a torn- inittee thought would be acceptable I1""" iaei 01 so utile information I '" llu: expenditure of this money i lmv!n- berctoi'ore been had by the j Very respectfully. Are., t.ll. V All., I. uaililiail. To 1 ill. FoliKMAS of THE Gi:a J i : Lie eomnno to examine the county oflieesbave the honor to make the following report: We have carefully examined all the public olllces, except the justices of the peace, for which a special com mittee was appointed. In the sheiiiT's ofiice wc find the books nd accounts well kept. We would say iu regard to the collection of poll taxes, that ia the year 137(1, when it was made the test of a qual ification of voters.therc were five hun dred and eleven dollars and 111 ly cents. That in the year 177, according to the records there was less than one tiiird oi the poll taxes collected, and the present year there has been col lected but sixty-nine dollars up to date. Vour conmiltec is satisfied that the sheriil" has exercised the proper dilieenec ia collecting these taxes but there seems to be a defect in the law. As it now stands it does not au tiioiize the sheiid'lo forci'olv collect the poll tax until after the third Mon- day in l)e:ember. We would recom mend that tiiis grand jury recommend to our next legislature that some amendment be made to the law for the collection of these taxes. ll'e have carefully txamincd the loks and account! of the county treasurer, counlcd the public monies and find nil the amounts correct. Wc also find that the county has no safe depo.-itory for the public monies or records, anil we would ino.-t earnestly recomnier.il that a safe of sufficient capacity for the same be purchased. In the (lists ict attorney's office wc find a well kept record of all business transacted and we are satisfied that tiie district attorney has used all the means at his command foi the collection of delinquent t.xcs, and has been faithful in the discharge of his duties. In the office of the probate judge, and c:;-oficio superintend, nt of schools we find that the records of the probate court me well and truly kept and that the school fund has been properly accounted for. In tiie recorder's oliicc we find all the books and records of the ofiice kept in a neat and legible manner, and that the general business of the oliicc has been properly conducted. Your coiuinitlee are of the opinion that a loiisidei-nble saving tan lie made to the county in the matter of hoarding prisoners, and of medicid attendance, and we wo "Id recom mend that the board of supervisors look into the matter and make such better terms for the treatment of the. indigent sick and boarding of the prisoners as they may be able to. In the public administrator's office we find no book of record kept of the business transacted. In the opinion of your committee we find estates that could hnvc been closed a year since remain unsettled, and wc would recommend that all such estates be closed without unnecessary delay ard the proceeds turned over to the prop er persons. We would also recom mend that a book of records be kept in bis ofiice. Very Respectfully, 11. K. IH'KKU, Chairman. TO TI'E FollEMAX OF THE GllAXl) JfRY: AVe, the committee appointed by the foreman of the grand jury to view and rt'i)rt on the condition of public buildings, have the honor to submit the following report: AVc, the committee, do report that wc find the court room and offices in good repair except the joists over the court room and county recorder's of fice, which we find in a swagging condition and would recommend that they be strenglhciicd before more dirt shall be placed upon them. The jail we find :11a filthy condi tion, which cannot be avoided consid ering the present condition of its im provements, and would rt commend ibat the cells be enclosed wilh lumber in a manner, if necessary, that the boxing can be removed during ho! weather; also, that the prison privy be improved, first, by excavating the sink to a depth of at least ten feet, and by surrounding said sink by or with an adobe wall six by nine feet square and xtending upward to the full bight of the court wall. Also, that there be constructed for the use of prisoners a tube, sluice, or sewer for the purpo-e of conveying urine mid other water from the pri-ou cells in to the sink. The plastering and pencil work on front of the court house we found to be executed iu a neat ami substantial manner. The sluice in front of the court honsc is also well and neatly con-triicted. We found the occupants of the va rious ofiices gentlemanly in their de portment and and willing to impart any information asked for by this committee. We also found the olli-ce.- in charge of the prison to be gen tlemanly in his deportment, accom modating and ready to imparl to this committee any information, also ac commodating and gentlemanly to ward the prisoners. Josui'a Gi:i:og, Chairman. Mil. Ftiii.MV.N": Your committee would respectfully report that a very large party of Pima Indians, rene gades from their reservations upon the Gila River, and who now occupy ! hinds upon I lie north side of Salt riv - cr; thai the said Indians are a great annoyance to Ihe settlers of ami n si leiils of the Tcmpc .-etikiii'-.it, by their constant trespasses upon fields and stealing and killing of cattle and hogs. They defy the authorities by taking, in armed parties, forcibly from the public enclosure or pound such of their animals as may have been cnipounded for trespasses ; have broken into and robbed the houses of the fanners when working in their fields or temporarily absent; iu short, they steal anything they can carry away. Everything that the citizens could do, by petition or supplication to the authorized agent of said Pima Indians, has been resorted to and have been treated wilh indifference, and no effort made on his part to abate the nuisance. The citizens have waited for years in the hope of the removal of these Indians to where I hey belong. It seems theirhopes arc not to be realized from present ap pee.rances, and we fear that very seri ous consequences may be the result from the continued and prolonged aggressions of the renegade savages who are amenable to no law, but are a great tax upon the industry of our new and struggling seltlements. YVm. S. Osuoiink, Chairman. TIIK S.IJ.'.TSOX. I'iiii Sloturn n to tiii Morn- Ielcsate lo ConjsrcH.s. YAVAPAI COUNTY. Prrcine'n. Wools. Ktey. Iliivts, Preset it t 20 11 2"t Hre.dshaw o 1 17 feck 5 2 OK Verde Brewery il 'I lli Ap iche (i Tiptop 12 3 4o GilicU 5 31 Yl'MA 'Of.NTY. Cr.mp. 302 31 3ti 20 H 30 Yuma 8 threnberg MAKIWr.V Phenix i'H T.-mpe 25 Wiekellberg . . .10 Lower Verde. . 4 Agua Fria 6 Stanwix 8 Smith's Mill. . . 1 McDowell IS Cave Creek 8 McMlllen 32 Mesa 2 1-1 X A I. C Florcn e 8."5 Silver King. . . 22 Picket Post. .. 27 Walker's A.himsville ... 2 Gila Uoad Globe Citv 53 111 43 112 51 1 COIXTY. 33 35 50 43 !) 10 3 14 2 0 1 1 5 1 7 2 C 2 1 1H 12 20 21 8 HXTY. 110 0 05 4 :') 7 4t 13 11 : 5 2 1 25 1 2tl 4 1 2'J 73 22 20 3 1 Sen Pedro Maricopa W. . 4 Riverside Summit 7 riMA COIXTY. Tucson 13 C4 Thomas 2 8 Tres Alamos. . 20 Grant 3 Camp Supply. 13 11 EC ArnTLATIOJT. Xo votes heard from Xo precincts beard from. . . King S. Woolscy II. S.Slevcns A. K. Davis John G. Campbell 37 5 1 10 120 23 37 3547 3(1 jus 001) Itfuriootia County. The following figures for county ollicers are complete and reliable and can be depended upon as correct. niF.xix. Council Gray, 402; reeples, 125 House Alsap, 474; Rumburg, 204 Calderwood, "130; Cummings; 14 Beardslcy, 103; Gleason, 70; Fowler, 32. Sheriff Thomas, 330; Phy, 94 Creamer, 88 ;. Slankard, 22. District Attorney Xaylor, 302 ; Lemon, 230. Supervisors Gregg, 30G; Lively, 351 Veil, 153 ; Decker, 104 ; Priest, 37 Berger, 73. Recorder Osborne. 157 XcXulty, 120: Baker, 52; Kirkland 132; Reynolds, 02. Treasurer Pc r.tla, 311; Shaw, 221. Surveyor Brcckenridge, 352, Bannister, 10!). Public Administrator Hilands, 508 Parker, 7. Justices of the Peace Hilands, 251; Bolan, 209; Warfield 120; Wilkes, 111; Walts, 25. Con stable Illankinship, 200; Garfis, 143 McDonald, 110; Sherman, 73; Terry Bland, 51. School Trustees Alsap, 117; Lemon, 121; Linville, 172, Otero, 101; Childs, UG; Cbenawth, 81. TEMPE. Council Gray, 51; Pceples, 22 House Als ip, 70 ; Rumburg, 1 i ; Cal derwood, 10; Cummings ; Berdslcy 0; Gleason, 10; Fowler, G. Sherill Thomas, fil ; Phy, 2; Slankard, '. Creamer, 17. District Attorney Xay lor, 45; Lemon, 37. Supervisors Gregg, 23; Veil, 47; Decker, 10 Pries!, 02. Lively, 10. For County Recorder Osborne, 10 McXulty, 47; Baker. 1; Kirkland 0; Reynolds, 15. Treasurer Shaw, 01; Peralta, 22. WICKF.XnEllC. For Council Gray, 1 ; Pceples, 30. House Alsap, 9; Rumburg, 21 ; Cal derwood, 2; Cummings, 30 ; Beards- lev, 25. Sheriil Thomas, 10; Phv 20. District Attorney Xaylor, 21 Lemon, 3. Supervisor Veil, 2' Recorder McXully, 3; Baker, 2. Kerkluud, 20. Treasurer Shaw, 1 Peralta, 30. Surveyor Breekenridgc- 25; Bannister, ". Public Administri: tor Hilands 30. VEI1DK. Council Gray, 8; Pceples, 3. For House Alsap, 11; Rumburg, Sheriff Thomas, 4; Phy, 2; Slank ard. 3: Creamer, 2, District Attor ney .Nay lor, !; Lemon, super ! vi-or Lively, 3; Veil, 0; Decker,!). Recorder Osliornc, 1; McXully, 7; Reynolds, 3. Treasurer Shaw. 0; : Feral!:!. ' burvevor irccUeurul?e. 2; Bannister, 9. Public Administra tor llilands, 11. MCMIIXKXVII.t.E. Council Gray, 52; Pceples, 42; House Alsap, 71: Beardslcy, 02; Gleason, 32; Rumburg, 7; Calder- wood, 4. District Attorney Xaylor, C7; Lemon, 27. Sheriff Thomas, 71 Phy, 19. Treasurer Shaw, 50; Pc. ralta, 40. Recorder Osliornc, 30; Kirkland",27;McNuUy, 30; Reynolds, 0. MISCELLANEOUS. 4 t . T Brawley and Williams, PlWltlETOUS, Montezuma street, one door Eonth o IIeuam oliicc. Choicestof FRESH MEATS Constantly on hand. Beef, Mutton Pork and Sausages. Satisfaction guaranteed. Give us a call. no Washington St., riiocnix AND Morgan's Station on the Gila River Importers and Dealers in Groceries and Clothing, Dry Goods, Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, &c. At prices to suit the times NEW mm m JUST OPENED. On WMhtntrtnn Street, one door VMt o MijntcLuuui, nljiiuiog Magnolia Saloon. rfaYin pnrcbascil Ihe Entire Stock of Medi rines ut E. Irvine &. Co., And witb Now Good jiint arrived aud on tho way from San Francis co, and warranted rKKsii and eisei.NK. I am prepared to give Satisfaction in all caeee. Physician's Peesckiptions A share of the Patronage of Phe nix and vicinity is solicited. Dn. COSTERS, PltOrKIETOR. n5lf Gunsmith and Locksmith. TIIEXIX ?-i"r ARIZONA. Hewing Machines Kepaircd. Special attention Riven to opening and repairing safes, even when the combina tion is lost. Satisfaction guaranteed. Ojdcrs liy mail will receive Special attention. T. AV. Paukkk. f'UEAfl SI I L Si. IS DELIVERED P.Y THE rNDEUKIOXED l, custi'inen in l'livuix and vicinity dally. Ilavinir ii lartre dairy three miles north of town 1 can fumUh Milk Frontier and Mwcctcr Than ran lw dune by keeping your own cow. ti'-ve luc a triiil'jj oJcrs Left il the Postofico Will Receive Prompt Attention. t; "V'. L. OS1101IX. H. iorgan & Go miscellaneous. iN & 00. HAVE OrEXED OS Washington street, west of Gardiner's hotel, A la'ge and splendid atook mf General Merchandise. Which they oner to our citizens at the lowest pos sible prices. Every one is respectful ly invited to call and exam ine our stock and prices. no 12 T9S CHEAP CASH STORE. New Store ! New Goods ! AT THE Staso Ofllrc, Building Fhtix. The undersigned begs to announce to the people of Phenix and Salt River Valley, that he has receiv ed and is now open ing one of the finest and largest stocks of UESERAL XF.RCIXAXDISE Ever brought to thii place. Which we propose to sell at Prices that will defy Competion. The GOODS are all fresh and new and Selected with the greatest care ta suit the Market. Examine tie Goods, and inquire Trices before pur chasing Elsewhere. Srilcmem1cr tlus riace.tgl OLD STAGE OFFICE BUILD I.XG v2-n2-lf JULIUS SAMTER. ' READ. BEAD. HEAD iw Attractions Tb b nndorirroel nlrea-Iy well known In ihm Territory anil in this Ticinity bef leare t an nounce to the public of Phenix and fnrrvnnd nff country tLat they bare opened at Pbemlx a tore with a stoek of GENERAL MERCHANDISE. AND General Supplies for Farm ers and Miners. Oar essorttnent is complete In all its branchoe. Ctir faC'lititu fir boyitip lire suiMirior to erery bedy else, which will enable as to Undersell all Others. And bavins' bnnincss nnnnections at PrcDontt an well na at other point In the Territory where th a products of Ihe country find a mar ket, we ran and will offer more "for the same than any other house. OUR STOCK CONSISTS OP Groceries, Hardware, Oils. Clothing, Dry Gooil?, Boots, Shoes, Farmers and liners' Implements, Liquors and Provisions, Grain and Flour sacks, Quccnswarc, Notions and wine, And all other goods portaininff to a well as sorted stock of General Merchandise. Which we are determined to sell at prices to snit oniFtimrrMt eithi-i nt wholesale or retail tiive us a cull before purchasing eiao where. ASHER & ELLIS.