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SALT RIVER IIERALD.
Mat a rd ay.- Drrrrabrr 2I.IH7M. TOWN AND COUNTY. Xice dress bats at UoMberg's. The flour mills arc all running. Brinjr your produce to Uoliltrg's. J. Sampter lias a flue show cum: cii route. Orders promptly attcnJcJ to at Goldberg's. Leave orders for Christmas cakes at the I'iontw ftikery.' Beautiful Cliri-tmas cakes made to order at tlic Pioneer Bakery. All our stores hare a -xxlly stock of Christmas presents on hand. Buy one of those fine black suits : Tor tuc uance, at liolillierg s. The new saloon next to Salari's restaurant is to open in a few days. j Tiie legislators from thu counlv ! will start northward in a Tew days. . , ! Concentrating works arc hems . , - . . CRC1CU HI II JiCnilltlUMU iui-1 liiiiuil. ; A large quantity of liquor arrived ; church, netted in the neighborhood of at Yuma last week for John It. Dall ' $ l- On Thursday Major Cox treat. ,p : cd his audience to an able discourse : on the " Inspired writings," and last Gardiner's learns arrived yesterd-y, ; evening Judgi: Lemon spoke on loaded with lumlier from Presc-ott, for i '" Popular education." The choir ri.11- i dered some excellent singing. Florence- - ., T . . , r Messrs. Goodhue & Armstrong .-.re George E. Loring has a lane force . .. , , , . . ,. . . ; here, awaiting the arrival of their tall of laborers at work on his new real-, , I stock of fruit and ornamental trees, deuce. I I shrubbery and flowers. All of the Lumber has arrived for John : i.t t came through in -.ccllent or Go rga witfc. which to construct a der and are doing well in the various .1.. -..11 I pails of our valley. These genlleiiien " 1 J01111 rsimnz wen lasi 1 nursuay eve" ning, of consumption, at the residence j of Mrs. Edgar. Aged Si. Messrs. Otero & Blake butchers ' ill be in their new frame building ! the first part of next week. Nearly as much freight for Phenix is now arriving at Y 11 111.1 as for Pres. tott Hurrah for Phenix. Over lfi.OM pounds of freight for . the establishment of Goldman & Co. arrived at Yuma last week. Tlios. Howe, at thi furniture fac- tory.has many articles in his line suit. able for ChrLstmas present. Part of the lnmber required for ,. . . .... ' . . reraltas new building has arrived. Ya'.T progfejs U being made. Ed. O'Conner has ha I a room fitt -d , . . . , . ,. . . vp for his harness business adjoining the new butcher shop of Otero .V Blake. A notice of interest to all claimants of the Favorite mine. McMillen dis trict, will be found in our adrertisi. ,erti.-iiig columns. Carenters are busy erecting a building, next to Charlie Clark's Par- j lor sakioo, which is to be tilled up as j a chop house. j Keligious services to-morrow at 1 1 ! " 01- , : A. M, and . P. M. .-subject in the eve-; ning: To what purpose this waste? Sunday school at 2 v. yt. Ererybody wants lumber and there in none to be had. It seems to us the three mills at Preseott could turn out enough lo supply Phenix. Messrs. Humpliryes & Wright will shortly commence the construction of a saloon and bowITng-alley, on the lot opposite the IIkhai.o oflice. Twenty-two thousand and si.xt3-.fw0 pounds of assorted merchandise ar rived by railroad at Yuma last week for M. L. Peralta of this city. The machinery for the McMillen Mining company, Maricopa county, has arrived at Yuma. It is expected to be at the uiiue by January l-Hli. AVork on the foundation of E. Ir- vine's new two-stor3" brick building will commence iu about ten days. vi. 1 1 :. ...:n i. 1 1 . "... i i mil viiiiiiii. 11.11 11 11111 iv ii.uitiai'Ui- est business structure in Arizona. , Steinaeker's building is still delay: ed on account of the scarcity of brick. "Whv don't sonin .ro.f m,m..tni.i n.-.n Start a first-class brickyard in iiie. i nix! There is "millions in it" I t -vr n .. ..I -.1 .1 . J. M. Cotton settles with the road overseer every two weeks, paying 1 one-fourth as much money as all the I other citizens combined. Mr. C. is , . , ,, , , , ! determined we shall have good roads. Our job office will arrive within the ! .... , ,1 .. . , . . j next ten ua vs. when we will lie lire- - 1 parod to do all work in that line in a i first-class manner, and at prices a ! trifle above those of San Francisco. Hand iu your orders. Vkta. McKenna advertises his pho tographic gallery lu this issue. He is prepared to take a good picture, and at reasonable prices. Procure some and send to your friends, his advertisement. See Poineer, alias "Frenclry," charged .;n, ii.n iai; ti -in" niin iiv niiiiu n A 1H7LI1.IS l..llllll at Wickenburg, on November :0, wa taken before J"dge llaueo.k on a writ of habeas corpus, and held for manslaughter, bail set at i,00X I J. T. Priest, administrator of the a i tate of John K. Thompson, deceased, ! advertises in this issue that he will I sell to the highest bidder, tiie north-j east quarter of section 3.1, township 1 j north of range 4 cast. j Tho Soeretary of the McMillen Mining Company advertises in this is ue the first ast.ssnieni by that coin- j pauy. The pripcrty of ihls'coriiora- tlon Is situated In the eastern end of Maricopa county, and perhaps Inller , , known ut the Stosewall Jackson mine. TUU coaipany is now erv-ting at the mine a quartz mill, thu payment for which tins assessment must "bare been icvu.ll, as the mine lias been more Uian paying ex'H-n.'-cs. , Attachments were issued last ton day ugain-t the mine ami personal ; pnierty of tl.e lioldcn Star Mining company, for sums in favor of various j iuuiiiaii , lor sums 111 i nnuu parties :"ig-n-galiiig nearly 1.7lMi.and ! the sherill is now in lm-seyMoii ol the 1 properly. Tl.e mill has been ,,,! il.iw u ami linr employees of the com- j and unsophisticated as the much pany are all in i'lienix a ailing ile- laug'ied at countryman. The hero of yelopments. .Mr. llcllings was still J ., s ,.,..1, i,.i i,",st lin discliar 'ed i in Nm irancisco at last accounts.; We will she our readers the fullot ! particulars ne.M week, and hope liny may be of a bright nature. Ir. L. II. GiMHhich, of Michigan, who is wintering in Arizona and com billing business with pleasure, has brought his instruments aud is pre pared to do as tine dentistry work as ean lc Hone in 1 lncago or Mil t ran- ciseo. He will remain in Phenix but a tew weeks, aim as lus terms are j reasonable, all tliose requiring his ! services should lose no liir.e in call- ing on him. lie cofuvs highly rcruui 'ill,l- ..... ... T , Major Cox and Judge Lemon, last .. J . , ,, , - -, I Thursday and Iriday evenings, in aid j , . .... .. . .. . A. are gaining a reputation in their bus. j mrss Hint will lead lo fortune in Un next live years, in Salt Hiver valley. The new building of Xathan iV. Co. ! s nearly c unplete.l, a:i.l will b oecu- 1 pied the early part of next week, j ! , '" lv" " " 1 ; K'ss uian 1 wo monuis. uiu snow ineir ; , laiui iij tiur iui;ia i' iui ii.iiij ru.11 estate and erecting a lirt class iiuild ! ing thereon. T liev are live business i 1111M1 :mil li:ivi riiii vi'il n'turn if ion ill' amougour perm enent" business houses. J. M. Wilkin ng?:it for several : first class liou-c-s 111 San t rancisco, t , s,.n, a few days in Phenix la,t week, j i ,lis ,Ilrfni nc UIafcM n-gular tr'V ' """ sivlion ot I tali. eva-; da and California, and he informs us ! ,.,, p,., l:lt ,)reS(.t a bright-j ;er future than Phenix. In this town ! I ll; rc eived erders for as many goods J as at Tucson, and was surprised at lt. lin.1Illilv. c,,,,..,,,,, l.re. j ' ,, ,, . . ; ! Mr Iml H-IVck, ' cnterpning , : young g( jiTieman coiinccicu witu tins 1 Shortly after the lionrot twelve it was oflice, has been appointed agent in ! moved, seconded and carried that re I i.: i-.., 1:... iv...,..; ... a-,. .. I freshments be secured, and the iiomi- ,-,; n.Wri;.,. the most aide arid intlu- j 'enlial paper on the Pacific coast. The i paper is delivered to subscribers on : ; "'.11 mmu.es ere cons im the arrival of the mail every afternoon, i m transferring from the shelves canned goose liver, pickled herrings. The turkey shooting match next i !iml other etceteras to the extent of a Tn.. .1.1,- i.i...tii..i: 1,1111. Iiiw. ciu.ri r.,ii l:' Mrnifii1 Mini oil r hero llwii st?irt. om ' Mf T J)ilrkt.r j ......... ..n ,.,,,.... ,.. .ln,l '. - . .irr.inj.1 .n ills, anil : it you wish 10 proc-ure a line, fat lur- ; key attend Uie malcli aad try your ma:kUKuiMiip. j The Lovell Family will give our citizens a pleasing cntcrtainme.it to-! night, at the stage olliee hall. This troupe is spoken highly of by the press, and we hoi to see them grcf - ' We notice that M. Edwards, of the j r;tec track was literally covered with California variety store, has received ! French delicacies, and muVh joy w-as , , t brought to the heart m the pmr In a fine invoice of irreen annles. as well 1 ,i-... 1... .1: 1. .. . j. .. . . . . i ..... .. ....v. ... iv . u.s .... truits, candies, etc. lie sells at very low figures. There is to be .1 grand ball 0:1 New Year's nighl at Woolsey it Went worlh's hall. The ball next Wednesday night promises to be a fine affair. , . ,, , ' , il:iv- rif ItiiliiTl s r:ieii lr:u L- i, 'I r.,i-.r..t llm rtl.es nnvl nTI..,- Fine 1,!:,ck su;u-to fit anJ" nl:,n ,lt Goldberg's. VMISKltilitAIIIXtX As a" M to lhe development of our "ch mineral resources, we have start- 1 a "Hkkalu Cabinet" of minerals, With t,,c a,lvtnt ,,fllie railroad, eapi- talists are desirous of investing hcrea- 1ouls mre ,., t.vt.r .,,.,1 ,h:lt c m.iy be able to show such evidences of t lie mineral wrultb of Maricopa counly Central Arizona, w .tjf'sire that miners and prospectors will have the kindness to send us specimens of ore of every description, und accompany the same with a drseription of tiie 1 . - 1 mine., location, owner, etc. A e hope to see our friends about McMillen and the Bradshav.- country take some in- teiest in this matter. FKKMOXAI AV. B. Jones has returned from a mining trip. Mrs. Gardiner, the proprietress of Hie l'lieniv hotel retnine.l I,,.,,.,. I Tuesday last, after a visit to Preseott'. I 1 . . 1 - I Mr I I Item- tt irei ild.rist ;m.I linn 1 in" ,',-;il! '" Chicago, has been ' 111 the city during the week. lie re- presents some prominent Chicago capilali He informs us that one hundred and fifty stamp will be brought to this territory within the next six months, fifty stamps of w hieh, including all the required machinery, are now cu route. Xotiee. Subscribers receiving their paper with this article marked will know thal the term for which they have paid expires with the next number, and will remit unless they wish the paper stoped, as no papers will be sent nil time. After January 1st the Hkkai.o will be issued twice a week, of the same size as at present, and at the same sub- rij"i" V" jri'S "r rel. crs two papers a week instead of one, Terms: 1 year. sCi.lxi; six mouths. ' $2.5U; U uioiilhs, xl.io. Three l ard Monte The general supposition is that Un- , L. nm's boys have had their eye- teeth cut, and are thoroughly ac quainted with the ways of this wick- t.j world and the many traps set to catch the unwary. But one glaring exception, which occurred here last c.v cjMion, which tHcuiiet Saturday lik'tit, lrads us ., . ., "t H-y rc on on wcragi to believe ;c as verdant . ,. .., . " ,mm "'P MclWH, nlKr being stationed there for a period ot over two year, lie was beardless, had a tender look and a clear blue eye, anil his opinion of his own smartness vus very sreat indeed. He reached Flic" nix Saturday afternoon, en route to his home in Connecticut, and his en tire wealth was carried In one roll, amounting t-.i two hundred and twenty-five dollars. Aler partaking of supper at the American , he strolled up Washington street quite a distance, until at last attracted by crowds around several games or chance in ,. ,.,,,,,,.,,..,, .. ,. i..i.i;i.,1.i ""' nr numerous eslablishniei Is f,r the sale of " bottled irnM-eries." he entered and joined the crowd of liKik-crs-on. At one table a man was care lessly playing with three cards, two reds and a black, and asking his audi ence to point out the black. Our sol dier boy followed the cards with his eve and was confident he could turn ! ttwi lil'ii-W I'l'.'rv fifiw 1ft wms solir it- eil to make a bet. ami so sure was he that he could double his pile, that he announced his willingness to relieve the dealer of some of the cash piled before him. The cards were thrown, our soldier boy placed his two bun- 1 dred and tweiitv-live dollars on what 1 ho supposed was the six of clubs, when lo! and behold, it was the four of bear's. Our hero camped that nighl on the battle field, alongside the I stove, not having tlu-whercwitlial to procure a place to lav his head. Xcxt morning the dealer ol the game took P-V ' ''l'"" V" Maricopa Wells, hiiim tnere he will ,.,!,. ,is way to Y uma anl re-enlist. 1 a wiser man. ; three-card inonte. Moral Beware of Thr Mfdnlsht ftare It has liccii stated that there exisls in I'lienix more gen-'ial information pon the subject of draw-poker than . ..n ,1... (,.W..rll -. nii.h'i,. stales in vimhn Ph,ixites can extract nlorc ,,;,, full ,, ,..,.,:,;.,., '.:.,! .rnne ofdnw iiinmiiet m,r J s'-" 01 r.i, m aquiei back room, over their hot whisky, than any community this side of well. Phe-.lx. It was over this little game 111 a private parlor that mid- night of last Monday found five ot our citizens where tliev had been busy ...ni,1;;.. rir tl,0 past three bonis. !".c "'venlion buttoned up h,s nverc'it and started on his jour- ed 01. his return trip In hishastc he sullicient noise in closing the (1(M)r ,( .r.. ,. attention of night- ..,,,.,., ki:1i.-,..,s1m !, st.,n,.,l ,mrsu , whi.t l,e gl,p1)0scd was a burglar, thus causing the supposed burglar to bolt down the street at a ,lir,'(: spilling his preci- 011s load at every bound, and closely pursm-d bv the night watchman. Af- J..1 .',,.', ., 1,1,. i- il,.r,,:i;l ovcrt.lii,.n. recognized aul allowed to I depart in neaee. Next morning the oijui upiiii uie uisv-iji:ij oi souii an unexpected bonanza. The Murderous Flail. "Buck" Martin died Thursday evening, on a ranch north of town, from a fracture of the skull produced by a flail in the hands of Hickcy, his father-in-law. The circumstances, ns we are informed, are as follows: Martin and a son of Hickey were quarreling, and on the p iint of en gaging in a fist tight, when Hickey. who was threshing out some alfalfa seed, stepped forward to separate them, ami before reaching the parties he stumbled, the flail striking Martin and crushing his skull. Malt Kirrr Sugar. Wc have received a sample of su gar made by W"m. S. Osborn, a farmer in the Tempe settlement. From cane raised this season on five acres of land he made li.lMilpoundsof sugar, besides several hundred gallons of syrup. In a few real's, upon the introduction of machinery, this industry will prove a source of great revenue to this section. We will be pleased to show the sam ple left at this olliee to all interested parlies. 4'lirlst mas Tree. The public are invited to attend the Christmas tree festival, at the new building of the M. E. church, next Tuesday evening. The ladies and gentlemen having the affair in charge are working hard to make it cn- ' joy able. A committee will be in at. i teudancc during next Tuesday to ! l,,ilt L" thu Presents on the trees, and 1 every one is invited to place presents ... .... . 1 thereon. Admission free. Iai!y llrral.l. The Tenth Legislative Assembly of Arizona w ill convene at Preseott, on Jan. t. It will be in session 40 days and during that period we will, ifjus tilied by the number of subscribers obtained, issue a daily slip every af ternoon containing the full proceed ings of that body for that day. A Xew Year' Ireent. The Semi-Wekki.y IIkhai.o sent postpaid to any part of the United States or Canada, one year, t; six months, '2.."0. Subscribe for one copy and have it scut back to your friends. Persons wishing to go duck or quail shooting will always find first lass shot. guns for hire, in good order. Ammunition for sale. T. W. P.VIlKKIt. uo!0it Gun aud Locksmith.. LATEST NEWS Special to the HERALD. riton Yi Jf .t. Nteainboat for Aubrey An Earth quake. Special lo Ti:k Herald. Vi m.v, December 21. The steamer for Aubrey and intermediate landings leaves to day. A slight shock of nn earthquake was felt at 4, p. 111., Wednesday. Oeloeate iiction Mettled. Special ilisputrh In THE ltKUAI.K. Pukscott, Dccemlier 17. Acting assistant secretary Anderson canvass cd the vote yesterday for delegate, with the following result: Campbell, 1,4.V.; Stevens, 1,II!0; Woolsey, fSJ; Davis, 1,097. Campbell leaves for Washington shortly after the first of next month. He has the certificate. LATEST TF.I.KtiltAMS. IF. VTH OK I1AYA11I) TAVIOK. Washington-, December 20. Bay. aril Taylor died at Berlin yesterday at four o'clock, p. m. COXOItKSSION'At.. Dorscy, from the committee on up. propriations, reported favorably on lhe house bill to provide for the de ficiency in the transportation of mail by railroads. "McDonald introduced a bill to re imbuise the several states for interest paid on war loans, and for other pur poses. Beferred. The house bill, appropriating 4."0,. OtH) for the transportation of mails by railroads, was passed. Iu the house, J. G. Young took the seat made vacant by the death of J. J. Leonard, of the fifth Louisiana dis trict. The house then went into commit tee of the whole on the Indian appro priation bill. Throckmorton offered an amend ment providing that no Indians live outside the Indian territory, unless authorized by an act of congress. After discussion, Atkins moved, as a substitute for tiie amendment, an amendment limiting the prohibition to the Indians of Arizona and New Mexico. Adopted. 11AXK SfSI'KXSIOX. CixcivxATt, December 20. The banking house of C. F. Adac & Co. has suspended. Liabilities are stated at !f7l.M!0, of which iS0,0uU is in time certificates and the remainder is due on call. The assets are stated nominally at 10: 1.000. A HOOK KAI.I.s IX. St. Li h is, December 20. A Kansas City special says that the roof of Frank's hall fell in last evening, ow. ing to a great weight of snow. The building was entirely crushed. One man was killed and several seriously injured. Hl'ItXKD TO DEATH. Com iks, X. Y., December 20. Pat rick Hourke and his family of live children, residing in this town, were all burned to death by fire last night. TO ISK l-l'XISlIKO. Lonhox, December 20. A siecial from Jumrood dated rcsteiday, says it has been determined to inflict vig orous punishment upon Khel, who led the recent attacks upon the Brit ish campat Fort Aliniuijid. Twenty, two hundred men will leave Alimui- jid to-day to surprise their villages, U-a miles distant. DIKl) OK HEAUT DISEASE. Sax Fit axcisco, December 20. A. J. Pope, of the linn of Pope & Talbot, dic.l to-day of heart disease. SEXATOU HLAIXE. Senator Blaine is expected to make a flying visit to Calafornia during the recess of congress. MONEY AND STOCKS. Sax Fuaxcisco. December 20. Money (.old, JtH)1; greenbacks, U!)V 1; silver, 10i. Stocks Closed: Tiptop, 1 30; Sil ver King, 12. LATK TKI.E;iCAIMIIC ITEMS, The Electoral bill passed the senate: ayes, ;o ; noes, 2(i. The condition of Gov. Hampton, of South Carolina, is very critical. The first National bank of Saratoga. X. Y. , has suspended. A defalcation is the cause. It is staled that the Sioux Indians, under Sitting Bull, are making prcp crations for another outbreak. A Boston dispatch of the 1:1th says: The Denver tfc Kio Grande K. U. pass ed into the hands of the Atchison, To peka iV. Santa Fe li. It. The Grand Duchess of Hesse Darm stadt, Princess Alice of England, died on the 1-lth lust, of diphtheria. The Grand Duchess was the third child, and soooud duughter of (jaevn Vic toria. From Washington we learn that het house committee on appropriations have agreed to recommend an appro priation of StioO.IKK) for the expense of a fast mail service. The committee also completed the Indian appropria tion bill. It appropriated $700,000 less than the existing law. Dispatches from Missouri. Iowa and Kansas report the heaviest snow storm for year. Uailroads arc gener ally obstructed, and some ol them are obliged to suspend running ot trains. The Mississippi river at Hock Island is closed, and people cross on the ice. The Missouri river is tuli of floating ice, and its closiug is looked for soon. The new bill for the re-organization of the army provides that General otli cers shall be reduced to six, namely: Two Major Generals and four B:iga- dier Generals lor pcrnienent organi zation, instead of eleven as at present tiie reduction to take place by cans utilities. Also, that the present organ ization shall consist of not more than 2",000 men, exclusive of signal sol diers. At Washington, on the 14th inst, a bill of complaint was filed against the Texas Pacific Kail road Co., in the su preme court, by Pierre Favolle and thirty-nine others, all citizens of France, except Mr. Hyde of Vermont, in which, in behalf of themselves and of other owners of land-grant bonds of the Memphis, El Paso, and the Pacif ic It. It. Company. They pray Ithat the Texas and Pacific liailroad Co, lie restrained from the transfer or sale of its stock or other property : and say they are interested to the amount of about A:;00,000, but have received no dividend or payment thcrcou. GOLDMAN & CO. GOLDMAN & GO. Wholesale and Retail Deal ers in GENERAL MERCHANDISE ! AND "WHOLESALE DEALERS ! Have received this week and are now offering to the trade : Staple and Fancy Grocer ics, Dry Goods and Fancy Goods, Clothing, Hats and Fur- nishing Goods, Boots and Shoes, Crockery, Glass, Tin and Hardware, Ammunition, Etc,, Etc. A liberal discount to ho tels, restaurants and sta tion keepers. Owing to a canstant increase in onr saloon trade, we shall trout now ou offer our large stock of Whiskeis, Brandies, Cordials, Cigars ! At Sax Fit axcisco Prices! Samples sent to the country on ap plication. G0LDJIAX & CO. Gtr LIQUOR MISCELLANEOUS. CALIFORNIA Variety STORE ! ST. K 1 W A R I , - Proprietor. Having arriv4 from Xxm Angel with a large aud well selected tock of GENERAL Merchandise ! Tallin p'earir In announcing to the General b lie that he bus on hand and is constantly receiving large quantiiies ot PROVISIONS AND FAMILY GROCERIES. Which are offered at prices that defy competi tion. Having had over twenty-two years experi ence in the bueines it has enabled ma to se lect only tue choicest -hnIs. Give me a call aud see for yourselves. Tn the old Htore next to tiie Phenix Klour mill, formerly oe- eopird 1" AMher A Klliw. ,AT! Brawlky and Williams, ProritiETotis, Montezuma street, one door south of Hehai.u oflice. Choicest of FRESn MEATS Constantly on hand. Beef, Mutton l'ork and Sausages. Satisfaction guaranteed. Give us a call. no H. Morgan &.Co. Washington St., Thcenix. AND Morgan's Station on the Gila River Importers and Dealers in Groceries and Clothing, Dry Goods, Liqaors, Tobacco, Cigars, &c. At prices to suit the times NEW DRUG STORE. JUST OPENED. On Washington. Street, one door west o Montezuma, adjoining Magnolia Saloon. Harin pnrchurd the Entire Stock of Mttli einea ot E. Irrin & Co., and with New Goods just arrived and on tbe way from Sua Francis co, and warranted FIlESH and GKNiriNR, 1 am prepared to give Satisfaction in all Physician's Prescriptions Cartful. y Compounded. A chare of the Patronajre of Phe nix and vicinity is solicited. Pit. COXVERS, l'KOl'KIETOK. UJtf miscellaneous: Removal ! J. Samter's CHEAP CASH STORE. Removed to the Walters Butldinr on Monteza ma oireei. next d.ntr to tli Printing Office. Grand Display for Christmas. The Attention of the Pablio is called to t wel; selected stock of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES, GROCERIES. LIQUORS and PROVISION'S Which I propose to sell on the LIt and Let L.:ve principle. A trorn .o tne w.se is sutn- cient. J1I.1LH HAMTKK. Monteinma Street one door above the HEa ALU Office. ATHAN & CO. HAVE OrESED OS Washington street, west of Gardiner's hotel, A Urge and splendid stook af General. Merchandise. Which they offer to our citizens at the lowest pos sible prices. Every one is respectful ly invited to call and exam ine our stock and prices. nol3 Pioneer Store M. L. PERALTA, Wholesale, and Retail Dealer L General ilercandise. PHF.MK, - I AriMM, To mala room for goods on tha waa, t m SELLIXG LOWER Than ny sfore In town. As I hare facilities lor pure has fns; erery thins: in mv line at the lowest market market price, I can safely say that no house in the Ter ritory can afford to sell goods at tbe tow rate, offered. My motto is; Quick Sales And Saatf Profit I ean fnrnih the Farmer, the Teamster, tha Miner and all others. Crsoe and see and satisfy yourselves. Flour and Grain, delivered at any TMnt la, the Territory at Cost, with freight aided. Orders solicited n2Gtf M. L. PERALTA, Herrick & Lutgerding Are now reeeirlag; a rati assorament af Iron and Steel Together with Urge lot l tha heal 'EW JERSEY TIMBEB, And are prepared to do a feseral baeieas. ta BLACKSMITHIXG KEPAIR WORK. Shop at tha old stand Frank of CasfroTa west or Floor mill, when 70a can get anything repaired. Hone and Mule Shoeing, by tha beat Yetari aarian In tha Territory. 1 3-sf Alfalfa Seed. THREE tbotmand pounds for sale t qnaatf titiea to suit purchasers, at 1(1 caats pr pounp. 10'Jml U. MORGAN it CU.