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SALT RIVER UERALU.
Saturday .Drrenbrr it I. IWeM. GOSPER a McCLINTOCK - Proprietors. 1 i KSni.WeEKLY IIKR.ILD. Comincncin-r with the month of Januarv. Thk 1Ikiiai.ii will be iss,,. .1 ! twice a week every Wednesday and Snturdav. JEST Wednesday is Christmas. TiiEV are already lalkins of John Shermm as the next republican can didate for the presidency. The si pri me court of this territory will meet iu Preseott on thy first Monday in January. TitE amount rec-ommen.led by the pension ni)iropriation hill is Si;i.l!l'i. 000. It is estimated lii.-iT this will fall short of the amount rci,!iiicd by $2W,000. IT Will lie seen in our leh-grnpiilc : column that John U. C;:mpicl! has received his certificate as delegate to congress from Arizona. This we be lieve, sclllcw liie tiicslion. Tub death of Henry Wells is an nounced. It took place at ;ia-i-oAV, Scotland, on the 11th hist, the senior iictiIkt of the lic was : rrivil ex press company of Wells, Far go & Co. For tTie A-c. k e:i ling i:i.l. iy. !); ccm'.ier 11. the following freight has arriA-cd ut Yuma, for the dillcrint Arizona towns, according to the tinrl, of the loth: I'n-MoM.i'J.Ot'T; I'lienix, .il."i7:); Florence, :.7Mi; Tuc eod, C:'.,l)4. The editor of the A.'.'- 'ivi the railroad shall slop for liiesins' at Gila llcnd, while the direi-tors of that corporation state that it will go to Maricopa Wells. Xow in a few : short months we will have the saiis- j faction of kninving who rims the Southern Pacific railroad. Tiie aUoniey-g. neval has designat ed Wyoming and Michigan as places for the con!iuei.ie:;t of all criminals coni-icted and se:;;e;ieed for violation of United States laws in the territory of Arizouri. Persons seiiienced for o-er six months and less than two vcars go to Laramie Citv. Wvouiing, anu iuM3 seme.ieeo mr a peri, hi i.i over two years ure to be taken to the Detroit, Jlichigan, house of eorrec- ' lion. The bi !1 i ntroduccd in the V. S. sen ate a feAV days ago, by Senator IJooth, j lArorides tiiat Avlien bind-, reserved fir : : railroads, or on account of Mexican , ffnints are restored to the public do- ' main, all persons who have previous- ' ly and eoutinuoxisly settled on them with the intention of claiming the I lands, on homestead or pre-emption . laws, shall be entitled to all benefits of said laws, and date, back such , rights to the date of actual settlement. These two selections are from the the Prescott papers of the same- date. Pay your money and take your choice The road from Prescott to (lila licud will be built via Dale creek and Jlartiuez. . The route by way of 'Wickenbnrg and Smith's mill is im practicable. J ("-. TIia fnim InrH ti Bend will be liuilt via Wickciibur and .Smith's mill. The route by way of Date creek and Martinez is iuiprac- j ticable. r.utt rjirtxi: The fraudulent sale of examina tion papers, to the teachers in the public schools in San Fr.inci-co, has leeu undergoing i:iAei::tiion in that city for some wee s and llie end is not yet. From the evidence so lar adduced it seems (hat the titiehers .who had a few hundred doll.irs to spare, were rcncrnlly the succes-hil -applicants for positions. K-.liica'.ion. nd all the jt'.:diiU :.'!ions that are MSUiilly reijtrire-1 in n eo-npelenl teacher, Avere ignore 1 a!-)u'.!ii!-r. Il is thou-l-t that the a-.tl.orsofilii-eis-reputable bu-:ness will Ih; br-.-uvht iv a ru'.l sense of their iril;nn v. The (Vlton 'i:-7V7( is ::iil!ior ity for the statement that by the time the railroad reaches Maricopa WelN the hot AA'eather Avill be so exec ive as tocaue a rcs-a'.io:i of work until etiol weather returns, iy lii-- inter val the lalMirers will Ik; employed in building a cut off" lx lwei n Mojnve station and C.)'io;i, thin :-; viiiLr one hundred miles i: tic; di-l u- -e be-tw-een Pheuix and t:-n Fiii!icico This ehan-e will leave l.'is An-eb s off the main line, lV;r v l-ieh we are irry, but Avlirn IIil- b-.i-iness inlere-it-. of I'henix and Ios Angeles fonllict the weaker mu-t i'ia to the Avail. Tnu IIi:hai.! can l- b.ttnd m hie ut thefoiloAviiiiriinniiiiieiit places in S u: rrancisco: Hotel-:- Iiah'win. (irainl. Pa'ac, Hus-s I.ic'K, (n-eidt-nt.-d, Coni mereial and Ainericin KxehaiiL'e; also at the Mercantile and Mechanics' Library, and the Uvuio'ic iub. The pajx-r is also tiled at the J'ieo House and Free Library; Los Angeh-s; Or leans Hotel, Sacramento, and the Grand Pacii'.c Hotel,' t'hicni;o. AVe do not think it is an ex:iL'-.'ex:-.lion when we say thai nt least fifteen bun dred iieoide rend every --s"c "'" T,!,: 1Ikr.m at thoe fil'iem I'miuiin nt places. The Ix-netit to this sn-lb-u and to our sulvs r;e:s by ihis judit i ous distribution is verj- jrient. IIJJI-vTMAS THOl'UIITS, Christmas, a day held sacred in Christian history, a day devoted to good feeling mid hearty cheer, a day wi)!!C observance has la-en purified ami brightened ly flowing touches rn,,n ,I,C' --ilirIiii pen i.f Charles !" On that day the Christian world will he called to prayer and the chinch chimes will rins from every steeple in the land. That day will bring to the mighty Hock, who bow to no clerical dictum, the same fcclinjr of joy anil gladness, the same happi ness, th; same love, and the same glad some spirit of brotherly unity that is not the monopoly of any sect, nor the birthright of any creed. The good and the true, the nolile and the gener ous, those whose hearts are warmed by the sweet breath of Charity, will welcome tiiat day alike with those who knee! at altars ami listen at pul- l i. i... . I ii-f .ni t mi tii.ii; ii- ii.iiv mi. -t.t I i .,, , , , , , 1 will not he known, hut humanity he : J ; ever present. I And o:i tli:it -in v when families are I unite 1 at the same lioard; when the ! children laugh anil make music swect- i er than the strains of lute; when the j fathei and mother iwk benignly on : the happiness they have created a I happiness that is not rcllish, hut re ciprocal. an;! mat will, when the glr.s- y locks of the iirime oflifeare siher-! it I and Avhilenel with the snows of age, enhance the giver an hundred , fold; Allien the grandlather, who will soon be beckoned to that land where I ile"s mysteries are -. leared, looks ! round with loving eves alreadv dim i i... .i. . i. ..i t-1 i. . ... i : happy homes mirth and joy abound ami ine spiru oi i.ove, iii.vering over- fi.-lds hcrAV!ii!'s in a benison on the , I scene- -then should the hand of (Jen-: . iris cf Charity from the purx- of Plenty, and the poor be remembered iu llie halls of the rich. Il should Ik-adavofn-uiiioii.offor-' .. , ..." ..... getlulness ot past wrongs, ol lor give- ; ness of injuries. It should In ing to ' the nii-llii r's breast a renewed love lor her children; to Hie husband a ten- oert r regain lor iiis wne ami lanniv. -.Alio :,re his earl hi v jewels; to the children a betler anurecial ion of ll-.p ii - - blessings shinvereil upon them by lov ing hand: lo brother and sisler a leepi ning ail'i elion and a strcngthing of the link- of love. The day should ... ........... . .....ug.i.s . and betler aspirations, faith in the pre: ?eiit ami hope for the future. Then will the di:v b a dav of rejoiciii"- , and the chime of the church hell ring . out on an a.mospliere maile Danny ; wilh the sweetest zephyrs of liumani- . IV. h.rri, i,,'!'. " , , It is to be feared that congress w ill spend too much valuable time in dis cussing liie money question, Avhieh ; Could be'h-Aoted to far more practi cal and beiieticial matters. The na , lion is no', threatened with a financial j crisis of any kind. The credit of llie I republic is unshaken at home and 'abroad. Treating one kind of dollar ' as money and another kind as bul lion, having two sih-er dollars of un equal value iu circulation, and paper : money the price of w hich tluclua'i s almost daily, are some of the anomal ies and absurdities tlir.t hae nrisui from congressional meddling Aviih mouev matters. The clirrcncA- qucs- li"' shoul-1 be allowed a rt for a while, Aaioxi; the details of the army re. ' orL'.tniza'ioii hill mt spi-cially men tioned in the report of the l'liiriiside commission, is llie provision that hereafter all vacancies i:i the ru-le ef second-lieutenants shall be tilled by appoiuimenls iVoiu graduates from military academics, and by prom-. . ti'Ui of merilorious soldiers in the I army, and that rencral ollicers shall be selected from the army; major- : srcncrals from brigadiers, and briira diers from the field ollicers of the line It is slated ilcit the friends of Sena tor Tiiuriiian Avill in.-ist 0:1 his beiii !;e next c.sn li laic for roA'i-rnor of Ohio. .i lii-vin-j him the only man to beat tin- n publicans. Should he be -!U ces-!"'.!l. he vii;'l be able to set tire tin- liominalian for the .reideiicy. Aitvncs froisi YVashinirton that there is a stron.u Icclin-j a slate "tin -t the ce.njipuiii; .11 r . nt of I.inderniai' :u ilin-elor ot liii: San Ki:iin it o mint, and Avho.; term of oi'licc has expired. T!r Pri-q-" i'l Arizona. lb nry i!. Kvvald b-l't San Francisco on Tuesday, Di eeniln r Inih, for Ari zona, lie will visit various part. of that iiromisiiii territorv in the inter est of our paiier. receivinir subserip. tions. tnkinir notes for nubiication . etc lie s -Aell ami taA'olablv known : -ja Oakland. California, as well as in : , , , , ..... the teirilory, where he liasle.-Hietl tor A'cnrs. il our lPlentlitll. as i;ir as wi-can "ain fai ls, lo -'ive or iininence to ihc n -d and permanent interests of our nei'ihbor.ii'i n rrilory. NVith her our stale is beeoinju more an 1 more iutini.-itely connicUd cai rv day, and that literally; for it is said Hi::!, as early as the day after the publication of this notice, ri-mil.tr iraiiii Aj'i't be ruiiniiii; Irom Yuma to Oiia . jly. Thi is onlv the first short sten in a pnt-ress which is lo reveal lo the out - side world more clearly than ever be. fore the vast resources' mineral. a-jri- culiur.d and .rrazin of Atizona. Any iissi.atici.-Vivi-u to a jreiitleinan, Avhi. like Mr. Fwabl. Ai!l have 1t in his i.i.ui i- ti i,i.lili-li in liie w.i-l.l svhal hexes and hears, will be an ac:l , - , ot Incit-Mop lo the l-.irili;iy, whose i-dvaiiceiiieul we all Ai ish to encoiir- l-'relitSit Faet. The Yuma S,)t;,,,l, of the 14th hist., notes the arrival of the follow ing freight for Maricopa county: SAt.CltliAT, December 7 X'licuix E Irvine, 4 powder. 160. ? Hayd n't Firry C T Harder. 1 carboy acid, Hi. VcMillen-T M Iloyd, 1 tntlse, 400; II C HiilTinjifi, 1 ciirnrs, 3.". SC.Mi.w, lli crmlicr 8 l'henix J M Cotton to oil. ri; A fluLllMirif. 3 oil. '.h Nathan Sl Co, 3 o:t, S4."; Aslier Jk EMU 2 (rlovcs, I7H. iriiydciTs Kerry C T Ilaytlen. 1 stationery ISC; Hiydi-n's niilll, lUf nit. 1 HV). TCKsHAV. I'peemtM-r 10 l'lii-nix Asher & Ellis, 5 bar Iware. 3.110: E Irvine A: Co 1 lry (food.. Kill; M i. I'eraltA, 0 saldljr, l.lco; T II.. ra. I leather, 1 10. Vl.liXK.-1-AY, ltfcemher 11 I'licnix M I. lVr.ttta. 131 groceries, 1-J .-?': J Sumptcr. I show case. 210; C E MrClint.irli. 1 marble. 140 Tnt KMi.W, lecem!-r 12 I'a'iiis M K1 ward., 5 md-ie, 5J M E lVralta, 52 hardware il eroce rhs, 21 p.iints. etc. A CluMbrs;' Id hnnlwa-e, 1.320; John K Dull & Co. 11 Hii. r. 2 .".ID; Inlne Jt Co. 2 hnr.ln-.irc. I Oil. lcM:l'en Slinwal. J:nl. a o mine. 6 ma- ctaincry. :6I ouicksilver. 3 Ch F L Jluml ull. 1 h;:rilffari'.T.'i. ,, ., ,. . Caiuit Mi-Ilmr.-ll I ti 0s. nn lrie 4 4-ii. j F !.(. nereniber 13-I'benix II It rut. rii-k. I ind. I.Vh O H ! SUceH. 8 irriN-enee C1.!; AlitT Ellin, SeUthin. SCL'i; It Morgan ; i Co, 11 ToUuxo, a. minilrin, .i,0o.'; Oul.l- luan S; Ci, 7 toh.-iiM-.i. t.' eannil irotilf . 2 i!l ' er.N-erii-, lli.0!l; O II I L, 24 tlnilrie 170; F Ct.iou, 1 luUe, 4; M L I'etatta, 4 milte, I "I. i M:Ai I -n M-M Iten 1 ilnis, 1 little ! elont, ll.'i itiinin suniltii-s, 7 0.i. ILivJcn's Fes 10 bMit.i.!H ff-o'erii". 7.31) camp Jiwiwi; -V s .7 aintnuniiioa, l.uil. Joitx A. Fulsr.iE.Avho arrived in Xew York from Mexico on the 14th. ini.;iLa (', ..r ,i,i- r ...iv-.. n. ..,. u l,ich is 'verv dcsirous'V pre-1 sei ving fiiendlv relations aviiIi the j I'nited Stales. "It has established or- , hit. aim inauiriir; ie i an eueeiuai an the frontier. The I.ipan Indians, for- merly very troulilesome. :;ro now re- moveil to llie interior. Uiaz ivali.i - ,n., r ' '".', eiu-rprise n.l capital nuist 1 1 n till riilrii'tilv n.l ,)...-..1,vt i i. mi:11.s , Mexico. Tlie Sinalort niir.es are attr.ieliug California capital, other districts awaiting develop. llli lU l,r,,llii', ',ually rich, and will prove as prolitable as those ot Neva- ; , ,iz, j(i;lz fa vors international railroads, ami at- .tribute. Mexican opposition hitherto to disirttM ot t!:f .-ilulitv ot'llte i;:rtus :ipp!yiii lor fr.uichi-s. (mtiiimii c;ip. ii.,i;.! Mr,. ,.:,ln, r ti.; .liimj ..r American enterprise, and Avilh other! loreigu- rs arc ir'llin the U-.vU' ot Ihv counlrv larclv in xUvir Iiaiuls. Pro.vpfi'tirc Knilriintl Waw. Our cuMcru cxli:incs liavo liiucli lo say ahout an tarlv ilissohiiioii of I A... t i .i i: : ,,(.,vv,.eil . VltSc.x,,,K 15,,,-li,,,,,., aI (juiney, Chicago. Rock Island and 1'ai itie, and the Chicago and North- western lailioails, Avlneli are gelling ,.,,, wh, r(.;lin's ,,,;,;,,,' Ihe two latler roi-ds, is very desirous to break the pool, to Ik- enabled to make Avar u; o i the Chicago, Uiirling ton and (Juincy. This road has lately obtained control of the Atchison. Ti peka and Santa Ke railroad, and the leasing of the J'enAerand Kio Crande by llie laller has made Jay Gould very angry. The managers of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Ke are rapidly pushing their line forward lo a roiim-rtinn wilh the Soullicrn 1'iwi-, fit. Mr. ItoitM, it is said, will make ; a dopcrutc eliort lo prevent tin ' speedy carrying out of this project by making war on the Chica-jo, 15ur linton and (Jiiincy. There is but little prospect, how" A'er, that he will succeed, and he is no lonjrcr as poAV erful as he used lo Ih-, and Ihcll llie Chicago and Norlhweslern, on Avhieh he has never had a verv strong hold. may also slip out of his hands before lie is aware ot it. I he lSurlinirton is a powerful corporation, and with its splendid western connections, can rii'e (ionld all the li'.'ht he wants. Mr. C. l'erkins. the manager of the (hica IiUrlillLrton and (2,i',UCA, has J proven liimsell thus lar a man ol 1 .. . i.i . i -reat sair.u ity and sound judgment, and seems to be fully able lo check- I male Colllll iu his lllanipuiations. I U... ,i.. ,. ... i :.. -i At as curteiith rciiortcd in rail- ro id circles recently that the Lllloll I'aeilic. Chicago ailil XortllWestern, 1 and Chicago, Ib-ck Island and Pacific j . , ,. i i .i . I had tormed a combination ntsuiist . llie Chicago, llurllllton and (jllillCV : and the A I .hi.-on. Topeka and Sanla ; Ke railroads, and that the war lie- lAveeu tluw L-iants Avould Ih-siii be-' fore loii";. The eali-ru trunk lines! will no doubt be involved in this con-t'-st, and the indications are tiiat the Erie and Baltimore and Ohio combi- nation will side with the Hurlin-rton, . ., ,- . , ... . .. ... , while anderbi!t and rn-ott A.lll be fouiulon the side of . lav build. Scott, liKe (buiiil. is trvinir hard to prevent ,1 ir .... ... 1 c ..,i. I.- the Atehl.-on, lopeka and Nulla r e llom (C ll lll;' ail llldepemlenl outlet I ) lii; I'acilie coast iu order to help his Texas and Pacific scheme, which , 1 i 1 1 has received a jreat set liack hy the activi' oeralio:i lately carried on by the Vtel.iM'll, Topeka and janla Fe." " " .' Cp'i. John 1. liters has just re- turned from a trip to Arizona. He !.., ,. ... ,. ,cij , .'ikes that country very well. upecial- IV Willi the lllilll s 111 ine jjiausnaw (iisirict. I'rtscotl, he savs. is a town r....i ..1 1... ..... '1 1 ,..;ii. .1 1 1. . 1 .1..... . in sy. To whom il. nave. ncern:J.M.nrle,ornnv popu .-.noil ! .. . I here 1 OHl 1 ,.-, claiuenit inlcn-st in that certain minitiV Filch is raeti-illir hllV, lllld has a I location or claim known a-, the K AVOHITK mill- lar-'e and lie ralive practice. At the 1 -:aiin .ituainl In Jlc.Aliiieu Mining Iti.irict, ..'" 1 . ... 1 . 1. ., ' Maiicoa County, Artz-na. this is to ii.itifv ymt bite election loin was elected to the ;,),. iu'll,,j:,n,.e with Pn.vi.i..n of .Aliuin Act Legislature. They nian.ire Ihinirs ; of-Aiaj iu. and in compliance with the re A'el'A' llieelv IU IVcscolt. The Icadill-r iuiruicnts of saiil act. work has been iloneon i tnen ol bolh parties -t together and : noiniii.iie a ln-kel, and .that ticket L'ellerallV .ileclctl Wl'lioul lllUellopo- silion. So it was in Tow's case, lie .il- n-- i it'. l was telllllir At inters illioul ll, Ullll j AVOUIIU llo IIA leinarkinir: .1 lie last i time 1 run lor ollice in ,cvatla, lny asscsiineiit av:is fl.(KH); tlr.s time it' av:is .S.-ltl." Out- of these days, when Arizona -ts to be a slate, General j Winters 'belit-A-es Tom Filch Avill be a : I'nited States Senator. f7.- Jt'ijxirt. ' James Douglass Jr. lectured before the Amcricaii (Jeoraphii a! Society, .? "il'Si I I leccniocr l'.'lli, at l liicKerin 1 Ncav York City, nesenbini a journey j j nlont; the west natst of Sottih Anieri-1 I ea. lroni Fauaina In Valparaiso. lie I attributed liie ascendency of British I coininercial interest j lo direct trade j j betAveen Liverpool and South Ameri. I ir:m Hurts bv steamers ol viu ioch j lonti-j.-, aa hich' were able to penetrate I ., - , -i-i s; . i.. , l.:e rivers o! llie coast I he Sik letj passed a vole of thanks for his. inter- tsling lecluie, Oar Mining; IntrrpMtH. All organization has been formed in Neiv York City called a "Bullion Club," which has for its objects the promotion and sustenance of the gold and silver interests of the United States, and the exposition of our re sources and progress in that line. The New York W,y Ornili ie devotes a two column editorial to the enter prise, including the following pream ble to the club's constitution and by laws: The development of American gold and silver mining on Hie basis of a lc- ilimate industry and securing for Xew York that share ol the business connected with this industry which is due to the financial and commercial metropolis of the. western lieinis phcrc. To this end the club pro poses: 1. To bring into fullest and freest conference the parties interested, in cluding mine owners, mining engi neers and experts, ore reducers, deal er? ill mines, bankers and brokers, in. vcslors in mines and dealers iu min ing machinery and supplies. 2. To use the ltest means in reach of the club to ascertain the latest, fnilet and truest advices regarding the condition of mines, prospects of new districts and the improvements iu mining and reducing precious metal ores, and arrange the informa lion. maps, samples of ore, etc., oli tained for the convenience and in struction of all members of the club. 3. To promote negotiability here of iiitcre-ts in mines mid mining stocks on basis of intrinsic merit bv secur ing a better iindeistanding of the sub- j'ct generally on the part of eastern j. journalists, investors, brokers and legislators. To keep a record of mining operations and parlies connected therewith for the private use of the NEW A DVEKTISKMF.XTS. T.iVr.ltVTIIIXi: IX Til R AIIOVK LINK exetriitcsl in a in&un-r hi;Uly rulisluc- l..rj-. FINE PLATE WORK FILLING TEETH. Siitijifjirtion enfirantfil. Terms rrnsonable. Ollice iu the i;irdiner Htms. 1.. ti . -M3UlATir . PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY. Th itnilerMcn.! irnnlil ri-ipclfully fait at. lenti.tn of Uir pnlilic In hi Nw Jalry, whfre be iirrpaireil Uiexc-f-utu all wurk in bi liar. CARD PICTURES $6 Per Doz. CABINET PICtURES SIO Per Dot. The beautiful ?un Pearl ail Sltcll Dial pictures o ;nnri'iltir5 ; . ! AVm. MtKexxa, Artist. Almiit rator m Hale. Ntis it hrby ir'Ven llint in ptlrsiRnr ol nn orl(-r of thw Pn-lKit C--Hrt of t)i et-iia-y itf Maricopa, in llitr Trrit-ry of Arisonn, tnnrltt on the ilny itf llwirmlr. 18Td. id the malli-r 'f tlte Mtntt; of J-.hn K Thinn. d reiMil, tliu iiiiilrr.Tirnmt the oilininiitlrator of saiil n-tntn wiil Mptl at prirat Mile ti tlte hili eil biilil-r forcaih. anl ittinj-t to cofirtrtiinlion by nuiil Pn-bate Court on the ?!h aav of Jaau ary, 1H7;. all the riirlil. title ami intpreiit anil etute ol tl e ail J.hn K. Thmpon, l-c -an-M at the time ol hi. ileath, anil all the riirht. title and iiiti-n-Ht tlmt the saiil entate has hv opi-m tioD of Lor orolliorwiw arijuireil other than an 1 in ail iition to that of the nuiil inlr.t.ite ut to time of hi death in and to all that certain piece "-'" ' . -"-:- -; y in the Kit 1 eotititv of Mam-opa a-ta Territo t f Ariiona. d-,-riiMl :u follow., tow.t: Ti e northea.t iUarter t section thirty fire (3") in tonhipet.e north. ol ranee f..iir(IJ ea-t ollhe dirii'l lund tubjcct ti .ale at the Land olfice , VUmre ArilO0J:l. Bid. wi , receive la. -alcd pr..poaii, at.ln?d to the umler.ifned, t" tK -en.-d on the fciid 'ith day of January, "7,,. "'i'". m. Ami ii nobiJ. .re nrcuved. thea at ri ocloek n-n-n. on Mild d.y ( -m irr Hm mi.l . .Ie-ribe4 t4ec i lund for .ale at public auction to the highest L'''dl"r fur cau- Adminl.irat..rof F-.tat. of John K. TaoTnp- ton decerned. Tempe. A. T. lee. is. is7s. i1..i..i:r...iur,rv ... i m .m. v ' .M t .M ; fr.itc. Calir.iriiia. l.ncati.m i.rwork. chdie I i'- AiimaTerrii.-y.x.ir is bcrei.y ' ifivcn that nt a ir.ci-niiir or the B -aril of It-net j ., h,.M ., ,ht. ,iay ol November, lMD. n awrMnu-ut (No. I)f twenty live cents per share ; l'v'r"' ",c --i"t' the cor- 1 -ortton, p:oatile iimne'iialc'A-in I'nited States ..u t ihc Sn-n-tarv. at the ollice of the Coml-any. riNirn -Jl. Safe ll.-lit ltuildilia; San Kniiieimn. ( a'if-rnia. An' "' "i" y''"1- j"nient sl.all remain unpain. on the second day of Jantl ;PA( 1 ill l delim-iieut ami a.lvi-nie.l for -al'e, i and unlns payment is made lieiore. will be j We-lneil:i. the h day t January. I lii!', lo ay thu lie itin.llent asM-ssment. ori-th : er with tne c-t of idvcrti.lns; and eXen.es of ; sale, P.y order of the Ik-ail ol lirectors. j A.u. 3lc.MKAS.s. seereiary. i. tilllce- lioln 1-1 Sale Itci-usit Itui dinir. San I ., .. nt ( i.,i,rri, 1 ..,,,1 Mining Notice. nitnmir claim lor one yeai lutst, eniiini- on Now, therelore. it within mnetv days Irom the rust palim-ation of thisnotiee, yi.o do notcome ' l-ay y.".r ,.r..,.-r ';"r"r" t ciist i-f Mild work, the nnd'r!iiisl will claim f iort'-iture of all y ur tiirlit line and interest in and lo every portion ol said ininine; claim. ilCli.Altl) tl iaiNNKl.T.. McMiltenville, Arizona, Ucocmbcr ?th, lt8. ls:in Races! Races! Thursday, Dec. 26, 1878. AT ROBERTS' RACE TRACK. ! "f jartls. fyr . Vnm ft-sw. Catch weiirht. tr fr all hor-s .M.in..i. c.xtniv Kntius to close on the i -.vlnst, at the Mauimlia sjalooa, A deposit of i I it) per ccut rniured. iOentistry, GENERAL MERCHANDISE. HEAD. READ. HEAD New Attractions Th trail rrsirn-l already wl! known io Ih Territory anti in this TiHnlty b-f leave hi i i oc Dec to f lie public of Ifaentz and utTwui "cf country tl.at tbey liave oenetl at 1'aeniz a tire withatock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE. General Supplies for Farm ers and Miners. Ccr nmrttnent U complete In aH Its bmnrhee Crr iHfr litiM for lHiyinif tire miirrrior to every bctly else, wuicu mill eunble ut to Undersell all Others. At.il hat-in lniBtneM rrvoncrtlon at rrrwtt ks well a nt ilir point in the Territory wnrie mo iriNitirTe oi the ruontry nnd a mar j ket, we ran and will uflrrmore tor the wine iiijr any oiuer Duaie. CUR STOCK CONSISTS OF Groceries, H.irdwt re, Oils. Clothing Dry Goods, Buots, Shoos, Farmers end Miners' Implements, Liquors and Provisions, (Jrain and Flour sacks, QueensAvarc, Motions and wine, Anil all nthr.r oinIs prtuininj( to a well as ortel tuck uf General Merchantlise. Which we are tleter mined to sell at price te Rtiit rtitiMiniri. eithei at whiileal or retail (jive us a call before pnrcliaving elsewhere. ASHER & ELLIS. i t7Tna National iold Medal wai awarded t to llradlev Sl Ru1ufn. fr tbe bent I'boto j I irtapht in the rmtea males, ana um leoaa ;udi for the bettia tbe oria. 42) Muntpomerr Street. Man Franeie. TIN SHOP. On Montezuuia Street one block north of l'riuting- Ollice BUTTER AND LATtri CAN'S MADE TO OKDKIC All kinds of T)airvinr Utensils for sale CIltAl-" roil CASH. Special Attention given to remirlnt; aed Job bine;. M. Peminflra. Select School ! EVIrs. L. H. Sheets Would respectfully inform the cilisentof The nix that the will open a pchuol lor (r- neral in-ttriH-tion in all the branches of a common tchoul , fliuca,iun oa JANUARY 6th, 1879, At her re M en ra on Kast Washington street. T crm moderate. nf lm Livery Stable. Wusliinctnn Street ntljoinins rhenix Hotel. the Il.ir.e oonrded br the DAV, WEEK or MONTH. Keeps always tin hand tbe best iiialily of Whoat and Grain Hay, Barley and Oatt. (iood accommodations for Tentn.tera and Travelers. Keep constantly on baud Fine Outfit Kl-gant Turnouts Nlnjcle ant,loubIe Teams. OOOI SADDLE ANIMALS TO LET. Hor.es board A at mv Ktables wilt receive the bi-st attention, and will be served with the lK-st feed the country affords. Is. r. XASH. John R. Dall & Co. SOLE John R. Dall & Co. Wholesale Liqcor Dealers. Washington St., .... Phoenix. Hha-c on hand a select sto-k of Old IloiirlMin and KyeJWhi skies, BraDditta, Gins, Uums, port, Sherry, and Maderia AViues. ClianipagneR, CI rets, Sautcnies, Liqucirs, Bitters, andjcVKHYTiiiNo appertaining to the LIQUOR BUSINESS. Vhich they invite buyers to call and examine ami compare price, Keith what they are paying efscAvhere. A. GOLDBERG. 0XE PRICE Has only one price, and that the yery Lowest. Have just received a large and splendid assortment of all kinps of General Merchandise. Call smd see for yourselves. Ilicest price paid for all kinds of Country produce, Hide?, Grain, "Wool, etc. Orders from the Country solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. At the one price Cash Store. A. GOLDBERG. - Tol9n4. Xrarthe nrw hall fWooWey and Wsilwsrls. American Hotel- Jfr. J.. V. Holly, Xorlliwest Corner of Washington and Center streets. The only Hotel in Phenix. Centrally Located, Beautifully Shaded, and Comfort ably arranged. Dininf? room open from fi A. m. to 12 P. m. Meals sent to any part of town. Ball imnirers, wedding ami social dinners a yiecw ty. Koo5 liKlit and eomfortablei House andFitniituie cw. CIllMv em ployed. No bar attached. lue Bird. THE BI.I K BIH1 Has flown nortbwanl and is now settled on the Opposite Side ( the Street From its former quarters. !atrons will ftntl eTerytUiD.- pertaining 4 Parlor Saloon. The Houne w ill Clowe at aiij linte for Card parti t-s. 2 16 AGENTS. CASH STORE. Cull and Bee for yourself ea. ProprlctreMH. !? 8 $ $ Geo. E. Loring, Dealer in Domestic and Imported ;0: CIGATt. PLUG AND SMOKING TOBACCO'S, Of all the Leading brands which I am selling at Eastern Prices. Don't forget the Store with Postoflice. liititf