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HALT 1UVEII HERALD.
ne.mi.wi:f.kly kihtio. Mrdurwday. Januar)- 15. 1H79. K?ial notic? Id th? reading columns f th HKKAUt air roarer for at the rale of tii ceut per line mob initim. ' town and county. Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy Tobacco. Our merchants arc receiving large quantities of freight. Orders from country receive prompt attention at Goldberg's. FurnUliing goods and boots and allocs 1k;1ow cefc-t at Loring"s. Carjwnters are busy putting on the roof of Pcralta's new building. Thomas Sherman has been appoint ed a deputy l'nite.1 -States marshol. Men are at work on the foundation " of E. Irvine's two-story brick build in jr. With the return of pleasant weather operations in building have been re sumed. Judge Cox has moved his office up stairs over tvilari's restaurant, in the Capital building. Goldman & Co. have received many thousands of pounds of freight dur- .. , ins the week. , ... . , ., - , . A bov wishing to learn the printers trade can have an opportuuitv at this .. " oincc. ages pain. ..... : There is to l1 grand ball civen at i . " . . tempo, on next 1 liursoay evening, in i aid of the new school house. For the first seven days of the pres ent year, the Phenix postodiee issued 193 orders, valued at $7,2:3 :!.'. Nathan & Co. arc in receipt of an immense amount of new goods. Their new store room is packed full. he attention of farmers is called t the tact mat M. L.. i-craiia lias a large quantity of blue stone for sale, j Fourteen bars of bullion arrived from Gillett last Monday, being a shipment from the Tiptop mining company. It was valued at 21,i:!S . The Yuma stage arrives at Marico pa Wells alxuit midnight, and re mains there some eight hours, would j it not be just as well to get in I'licnix that much earlier and let the mail rest here? In the case of Goldman & Co. vs. Mrs. Holly, before Justice ilolan yes .tcrd.iy, a -erdict for plaintiff was ren- dered. The case of Asher & F.lli.i vs. C. II. Veil, ln-fore the same court, re sulted in favor of the plaintiffs. The attention of the ladies of this section is called to the new Domestic fewing Machine, and its supcrii.rily over all others. Cheap for cash. Ma chines can be seen at the ostofiicc. George E. Mowry is the agent for Arizona. Go to GohllH-rg's and examine his price list for crockery ware. The old court room has lieen par. titioned off, making an excellent of fice for sheriff Thomas and under sheriff McDonald. Tho court room will be in the rear of the old one, and be more suitable owing to its larger size and greater distance from the street, thereby being quieter. Judge Porter will have a very pleasant place to deal out justice next April. Haydcn's Family and Graham flour cornrucal and cracked wheat at Lot' ing's. The arrival "f the Herald job of fice, on Lutgcrding's teams last Mon day, was the greatest event iu the his- tory of Phenix. Our Gordon jobber ; it.f,.rm is a beauty, and the assortment of type Aao a ,,; to iimcmi certain scc Tcry large. The quality is assured . (ious of ch cimc.urui r when we state that it came from the j -m civil c:les Uoforr,.a. Jiousc ot Jlarder, Lusc v t o. Our stock of paper is from the house of A. D. liemington, and is complete. The Amrrinm Young Flk, pub lishct'.by Hudson & Ewing, at Tope ka, Kansas, comes to us for January with a bright, new " dress" on. It is a carefully edited, 10-page illustrated paper for boys and girls of from eight to sixteen years of age. It is pure and elevating, entertaining and in structive. Strongly endorsed by teach ers all over the west, aud is sent one year, postage paid, to any address for 50 cents. The publishers offer to scud a sample copy free. The new board of supervisors held their first meeting January 4. Geo. Buck is chairman by virtue of King a member of the old board. John L. Gregg secured the long term. James Gray was appointed roadoverscer of district No, . The Stonewall Jack- son mine payes taxes on $43,0iH), as the net proceeds of their mine for the past year. J. D. LaRue and F. M. i-omcroy ere appoimeu justices oi the peace for McMillen and Mesa City precincts. Board adjourned to meet on the 23th. Judge Dunham, of Tempo, paid his subscription for 1879 last Satur day, and on Monday last J. D. Mont gomery of this section did likewise These gentlemen, now when they read their semi-weekly Herau, will have the proud satisfaction of knowing it is theirs, because '.hey have paid for it. An invitation is hereby extended to all to come and do likewise. In this connection we will remark, our paper published twice a week is prov ing very e.ensivc this, together with a heavy freight bill on our job office, makes us very shyrt of cash. HARD AT WORK. Legislators Eusy Passing Laws. COMPLETE PROCEEDINGS. Jlnrh Time Wasted Over rrintinc OuBstiou. the Special to the HERALD. Saturday' rtocoeitiiisE. COCMII- Pukx'OTT, January 11. The toun- ; cil convened at 10 A. i. ! On motion of Mr. Wells, the cum Imiltees on finance and territorial :if I lairs were authorized to cinploy ! clerks. I On motion of Mr. Howe, the mini- ' j Iut of standing committees was iu-! creased to thirteen, th latter commit- , tee to be on roails and ferries. On motion of Mr. Kirkpatrick, a joint commiltce vas appointed to pro" cure printed rules for the government of both houses. Adopted. j Mr. Wells was appointed by the council. j On motion of Mr. IJowc. tin house : ' concurred that the committees on i prill I in:: of both houses lie instructed i' - ...... . r ,, to arrange with tne Aiterprire lor all ' l,ri"' A motion to refer the matter oft printing to the committees of both ; , houses, was lost. The original motion to :;ive all the '. printing the Fnterjieixe was carried. The house message that the com Imittccs on printing in both houses confer, and m ike a report as to the I printing, was nonconcurrcd in. Mr. Hcan gave notice that on Mon day he would move to reconsider the motion irivin the printing to the A"- r,-nri- .Vjourned until Monday, I!oik. The house convened at 10, a. m. On motion of Mr. Fay, the hou.ic proceeded to elect a chaplain. llev. D. H. Wriulit, ot" Prcscott, re ccived eleven votes and was declared elected. Mr. rilcli introduced a bill con cerning district court reporters, em powering judges of each judicial dis trict to appoint short-hand reporters, at a salary of $1,0 JO per annum, and who shall take evidence, rjlings, ex ceptions, etc., and shall receive $10 per day for taking notes, aud not ex ceeding 13 cents per folio fortraii- j scribing, to be paid by the party in whose favor judgment has been ren I dered. Hefcrred. i it-On inolion of Mr. Hamilton, ac m- m il Ice was appointed to impure into and report the amount due each mem ber for mileage. Messrs. Hamilton aud Leitch were appointed. Mr. Speedy introduced a bill con cerning the registration of voters. It repeals an act Mipplcmcntal to chap ter 24 of the compiled laws of the ter ritory ol Arizona, concerning the re gistration of voters. The act is to take effect and be iu force from and after its passage. A resolution was offered by Mr Alsap that the printing committees of both houses confer and contract for the printing of the journal, rules, etc., of both houses. Adjourned until 2 l M. House convened at 2 o'clock. Mr. Fitch introduced a bill to amend section 24, chapter 31, of tl e compiled laws referring to ireneral corporations. Also a bill to fix the salary of j judges of the supreme court at $2,000 I per annum, payable quarterly, and I that $300 for travelling expenses in : addition to salary be paid by the gov. eminent. After a lengthy discussion, the bill was referred to the judiciary commit tee. Mr. Hamilton gave notice that he would introduce a bill at an early day res;iecting mines and mining. A resolution was introduced by Mr. Hamilton that five copies of the pro ceedings of both houses be printed aud furnished members and otticcrs. The discussion on printing occu pied two hours, when the house ad journed until Monday. Jlon-iaj 'H Proceeding . COUNCIL. t.;j mi.t at v m j TUc j)n,sidcut appointed Messrs. Thomas, Kowe and Gray a committee i 1 lir.xiflt.uauu.ut i-j. mi; tuuu. - ou r)):lus a,a bridges. Mr. Kirkpatrick gavs notice that he would introduce a memorial to ap propriate money to cover expenses of making a geological surrey of Arizo na. Mr. Head introduced a bill to pro vide for the erection of county build ings in Yavapai. Passed to engross- j mi nt. Mr. Hughes bill to restrict gam bling was referred to the committee on "finance. Mr. Dean moved that the council concurrent resolution relative to print ing lie reconsidered. The question was debated at length. Me-srs. Dean, Kirkpatrick and Wells voted iu the aiUrmative, and MesM-8. Itowc and Thomas in the negative- The motion was lost. A message from the house, relative to a joint committee on rules, stating that the rules had bcei oncurre.l in by the house, was received. Adjourned. ASSIIMUI.V. The assembly convened at 10 a. m. The motion of Mr. Fitch to divide the printing between the J:'nttrjifiie and Miner, was voted down by a vote of 10 to S a strict party vole. A resolution from the council, ap pointing a committee on joint rules, was adopted. .Mens. Purdy and Filch were ap pointed as a committee. The speaker referred the various subjects of the governor's message to a pn piate committees. The subject of printing was again before the house. The concurrent re solution that the printing be given to the Euttrprif again aroused a party spirit, and after a lengthy discussion. Mr. Fitch introduced a bill to let the printing by contract, which was ta bled. Mr. Alsap introduced a resolution to appoint a committee of two to con fer with a similar committee from the council. Messrs. Alsap and Vail were ap pointed such committee. Adjourned until :! i M. In the afternoon session, Mr. Ham ilton introduced a bill concerning mines and mining claims. Kefcrred. Mr. Alsap called for the reading of the bill introduced by Mr. IJehan yes terday, to change the name ot John McLaughlin to John Harry, Head a second and third time and put upon its final passage. Ayes, 15; noes, 3. TneMtlnj-'N ProeeedinjiH. fOl'XCII- Pukstott, January 14. The coun cil convened at 10 A. M. The joint committee, consisting of one from the council and two from the house, were appointed to r port the best method of obtaining the ne cessary printing for the two houses, reported that they had considered the matter and obtained from the Minrr and J'ntirjirii'f a list of the prices of printing, which will lie submitted with a concurrent resolution to be presented in the house, and would re commend the adoption of the same. Accrpted. The council bill, No. 4, was read a third lime and passed. A message from the house, that the printing committees of the two houses make arrangements with Messrs. IScach and Weber, jointly, for the necessary printing for the two houses in accordance with schedule prices was submitted and concurred in. Dill No. G was read a third time aud pnscd. Mr. Head was cr.Hcd to the chair. Mr. Hughes gave notice that he would introduce a bill providing for me aesi!-.iiiiHi in mining ciauns 111 Pima i-oiintv nUn intr.Mlii.f..l i 1.111 1 to make the ofik-e of probate judge elect ive. A memorial, petitioning congress for sufficient money for a geological and mineral suivey of Arizona, was presented by Mr. Kirkpatrick and passed. A message from the house, that they had passed the bill to change the name of .hihn McLaughlin to John Darry, was received. Adjourned until afternoon. ASSF.MIll.Y. The assembly convened at 10 A. it. Mr. Fitch reported back from the committee on education, the house bill in reference to judges' salary, with amendments. Mr. Alsap presented a report from the committee appointed to confer with the proprietors of newspapers, for the purpose of arranging for the public priming, and moved that the rules be suspended and the matter of the public printing be taken up. Car ried. The concurrent resolution to give the printing to the Miner and Ent.r irie equally, was adopted. Mr. Alsap inquired as to whether any report had been received Irom the treasurer of the territory or oth ers, giving an account of the financial standing of the territory. None re ceived. Mr. Fitch's bill relative to mort gages was read a second time aud re ferred. Mr. Fiteli offered a joint resolution that the judiciary committee ol both houses be instructed to prepare a proper memorial to the department at Washington, asking for a review of the ruling of the controller of the treasury, in respect to the salary of members of the legislative assembly. The council informed the house that it had passed an act to amend an act to provide for the erection of county buildings in Yavapai county. Mr. Vail introduced a report from the judiciary committee, reporting back to the council the concurrent resolution, advising the adoption of the California code , and recommend ing that the resolution be returned to the council as imperative. On motion of Mr. Fitch, the con current resolution passed providing for tlic printing of 130 copies of each bill for the use of members vf both houses. Adjourned till to-morrow. Tiik Hkkai.o is the onlv seini- wcckly paper published iu thclcrri-; torv. FKO.H lIt:sC OTT. I.orjil KventM at the Capital. Sjw-ul tu Ti:i: llE:i.i.n. Pki-xott, January 14. The dra. matic club will present this evening at the theatre, the comedy entitled "One Hundred Thousand Pounds." Hon. Thomas Fitch has been re- j (piested to reproduce " llichelicil" at an earl- day and has accepted. Gov. Fremont and wile are enter taining members of the legislature from time to time. Speaker Stewart is looked upon as a very impartial man in his position. President Hughes, of the council, is popular with the people. lie is an cllicient presiding oflicer. The Hughes gambling bill will meet with opposition. 1-ftOll VIM A. r-'.oiithcrn Par-Mo Kellroail-llore About the rw Town, Ktc. Si-orialili5pil. il lilTHK IlKSAMl. Yi'MA, January 13. A two hours' rido front Yuma east brings yon to Adondu station, a distance of thirty miles, w here you find a large water tank with a capacity of fifty thousand g-illons, a temporary platform for the delivery of freight, a barber shop, two whisky shops, one hotel, a telegraph office where a lady operator officiates, and a Chinese wash house. Passen gers and mails and freight are now delivered at Adonde. School, books of all kinds very cheap at Loring's. O'Neil's teams, with lumber for Loring, arc daily expected. All kinds ol school books and sta ti inery, etc., at Goldberg's. Asher & Ellis in the past several days have received 100,000 pounds of goods. All persons indebted to John H. Durger are notified to call and settle. Sec advertisement. Messrs. Goodhue & Armstrong have recently brought to this city a splen did assortment of fruit trees and shrubbery, which they arc disposing to our citizens very rapidly. Their stock Is of the very best quality, and warranted. They occupy the former business house of Nathan & Co. All kinds of produce taken in ex change for merchandise at Goldberg's. The first street sprinkler known in Phenix made its appearance on our streets last Monday. It will be a great blessing to our citizens next summer, and to retain it, it should be well patronized by our business men now. Mr. Evans, the proprietor, will be around with a subscription paper and should receive the signatures of all. Trunks, valises, satchels and carpet bags at Goldberg's If you want fruit trees go to James i tj;;cK ami son s tarm where vou can get: Three year old apple trees, ex tra line, 73 cents. Fine budded peach trees, large and thrifty, 73 cents. Ap- pricot trees of superior quality, $1 00. Pear trees, 73 cents. Nectarine trees 1 00. All guaranteed to be in good condition. To all purchasers of one liu ndred trees or upwards special rates will be given. If you can't come send your orders to J. N. Hobill, Phenix, A. T. It The following comparison of the volume of business transacted during the past year by the Phenix and Tuc son postollices will assist in giving the stranger and idea of .our rapidly growing city. Tucson Orders issued, $142,32(5 81, and paid, $37,2!:5 22' Phenix $107,020 Ot, aud paid $33., 273 21. On January 2d, the most dreadful accident ever known on the Sacra mento division of the Central railroad occurred east of the Summit. Engine No. 17, a mammoth ten-wheeler, weighing 40 tons, exploded, mst.intly killing Y. C. Norton, the engineer, fatally wounding Charles F. Hoy, the fireman, and seriously injuring S. II. Green, yard master at Truckce. Tiik workshops of the Southern Pa cific railroad, at Sacramento, arc very extensive. When running full handed they employ from 1,3(X) to 1,400 men, with monthly pay rolls amount ing to from $73,000 to $S0,000. At present about 1,000 men arc employ ed at the shops, the pay roll amount ing to upward of $01,000. During the year the value of the work done by the company nt these shops, in. chiding repairs, building of new ears, foundry work, locomotive building and repairing, etc., exceeded $3,200, 000. "The Hospital expenses have been unusually heavy on account of many indigent sick coming into our midst.'' The above is from the SMr of Tucson. This county is also suffering from the same complaint. During the past year several thousands of the taxpayers' money was spent for the care of the destitute sick. A larger portion having a nameless disease Steps should be taken by the proper authorities toward the erection of a county poor house where light work would Iki provided, thus making them self supporting. Tiik number ot miles of railroad constructed in the United States last year was 2.0 exceeding any pre-.-i.N viar since 173. Minnesota, Iowa. Missouri, Colorado and Kansas made the greatest progress in railroad building. GOLDMAN & CO. GOLDMAN & GO. Wholesale and Retail Deal ers in GENERAL MERCHANDISE ! AND ."WHOLESALE DEALERS ! Ilava received this week aiid are now offering to tba trade : Staple and Fancy Grocer ies, Dry Goods and Fancy Goods, Clothing, Hats and Fur nishing Goods, Boots and Shoes, Crockery, Glass, Tin and Hardware, Ammunition, EtcEte. A liberal discount to ho tels, restaurants and sta tion keepers. Owin? to a canslaDt increase in our saloon trade, wc shall lrom now on offer our large stock of Whiskies, Brandies, Cordials, Cigars ! At San Francisco Prices! Samples sent to the country on ap plication. GOLDMAN & CO. no-Jfitf iLIQUOR MISCELLANEOUS. HEAD. EE AD. HEAD New Attractions Tta and ere! cued alrendrwell known In th Terri ry and in tli:s vicinity be leave to a'i ncance 1o the public of Phrnix and urnmiid- tg country that they bav opened at t'heuix a tarm with a stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE. AND General Supplies for Farm ers unci Miners. Ocr EMortment U complete in all itg branches Orr laclitie for buying are mperior tv every body else, which will euable tu tu Undersell all Others. Acd having businen connections at Present t as well as at other points In the Territory where the products of the country find a mar ket, we ran and will vffermora for the saiae thaa any other house. OUU STOCK CONSISTS OF Groceries, Ilardw re, Oils. Clothing Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Farmers end Minors Implements, Liquors and Provision?, Grain and Flour sacks, Quccnswarc, Notions and wiac, And all ether foods pei-tataing te a well as ned stock of General Merchandise. Which we are determined to sell at prices te suit eoBfamera, either at wholesale or retail Give as a call before purchasing; elsewhere. ASHER & ELLIS. rF The Xatiunml Gold Medal w awarded to Bradley A Ruloftun. for the beet I'holo fftapfca io the Voited Statee. and tbe Vieeaa Medal for the beet in the world. 4J9 Montfomerj Street. Sao Fraacitto CALIF0RXIA Variety STORE ! .n. D W A It I) K, - Proprietor. Harinff arriTcd from Txm Angeles with a large and well selected stuck of GENERAL Merchandise ! Takes picasnre In announcing to the General Public that he has on hand and is constantly receiving' large quantities ot PROVISIONS AND FiMILY GROCERIES. Which are offered at prices that defy competi tion. Having1 had over twenty-two years experi ence in the bueiness it has enabled me to se lect only tne choicest goods. Give me a call and see for yourselves. In the old Htore next to the Phenix Flour mill, formerly oc eopied by Asher Sl Y.XMh. H. Morgan & Go. Washington St., riicenix. AXD Morgan's Station on the Gila River Importers and Dealers iu Groceries and Clothing, Dry Goods, Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, kc. At prices to suit the times GENERAL 31ERCHANDI emoval ! J. Samter's CHEAP CASH STORE. Removed to the Wnlters Bufldinjr on Montesa ma .street, next flor tu tLe 1'riutiug Oflico. Grand Display for Christmas. The Attention of the Public U called te mf well selected stuck of DRY GOODS. CLOT11IXO, BOOTS ic SHOES, OKOCERIE.S. LIQUORS and TROVISIOKS Wbirb I rmpnee to sell on the Live and fi Live principle. A w.ird .o the wee is Suffi cient. Jt l.lt M MAMTKK. Muntexnma Street one door above tne HKa ALD OIKoe. ATHAW & CO. HAVE OPENED OS Washington street, west of Gardiner's hotel, A la-jre and splendid stock f 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. 9 9 S k Geo. E. Loring, a Dclr la Domestic and Imported CIGARS, PLUG ASD SMOKIKO TOBACCO'S, Of all the Leading brands which I am selling at Eastern Prices. Don't forget the Slore with Pos'.offl-. 2Gtf NEW DRUG STORE. JUST OPENED. Oa Washington Street, ene deer vest Monteiuma, adjoining Vaffaolia Saloea, Having purchased the Entire fttoek of Medt ciaeeot E. Irvine fc Co., and with New Geoda just arrived and on the way from Saa F ran els co, aod warranted KREaH and GENU IKK, I am prepared to give Satisfaction in all cases. Physician's Prescriptions "rrfally CovpoMded. A share of the Patrona.ee of Phe nix anil vicinity ie solicited. Dr. CONrERS, ; Pitor-KirroK. ' uotf