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THE rillENIX HERALD.
NKMI WKKKl.Y FIHTIOX. fiOSPEK It McCUNTOCX - Proprietors. Marrh 5. I7. With tin addition of $150,000 :oour debt, county wvrnwit-i will be very cbnj. .ffiorrfd Congress legalize I lie rail road wliilj ;liillv our. Hoard of Su er"isor have either to sign the bonds, resign, or jjo to jiiiT that's-i tvhas (Cray's bill provides. Prudent, persistt advertising ivrviT fniJs So a rent rttrr cent on the inrcMiufnt. wither the outlay be in tens, or i iiiidreils or thousaiuts t dnllncA. The most prosperous busi men in the world have attested ness this truth. Olive Iihax writes to the ( iiiciii natti Knqairer that she said to (iener . ul (iranl while he was reernlly in Kuglaix) ; "Are you going to be (he . a -st presitlent of the Tniled States. (leaeralV" "X, I am not,"' he re. plied. Then., af'rr a pause, he added, But I'u eing to be their most iiide- . jiendeni eitixn."' f...n AY km,, the only Jew in the!rr , vnnnv,i nii,.r ,-,,:' North Carolina Dcnitentiarv' has been pardoned out liy Governor Vance, w Ito i ,-or thc year3 18T9 antl 1SS0 o50. rationed the following on the paper: , Filth For the distribution of -I take pleasure iu swung that. I sign pMbHe documents, pioclamations of ' lh pardon in part recognition of the j tlie governor, the laws and journals yHl and law sbidiug chaiarter of j 0f tB legislative assembly, to lie fx our Jewish citizens, this being !"- peutl-fl under the direction of the . firt-t sei iouB t-ate t-ver iirought to my j .,.rP(ary ,f the territory in Mich notice ou the part of any of that peo-j sums as maybe required from time le. The censes hilt as it passed the House, provides that the enumeration shall commence on the first Mome nt June, and the returns shall be forwarded to supervisors on or before the first of July, I860; and in any city having over 10,000 inhabitants the enumerat'o i shall be taken with, in two weeks from the first Monday in June. The president, by and witli the consent of the senate, is to have the appointment of the supervisors of the census, whose number is limi ted to 150, and who are to receive a compensation of S500 eat-h. At the present rale of construction the Southern Pacific TJailroad will reach Maricopa YVells in about six weck-s, and instead of halting for the sumxier, as is generally supposed, msny pcojile in Pha-nix are of the npinion that work Aill be continued northward, on Gray's line-, to a point t the base of the ISradshaw moun tain, and ia thc vicinity of Gillett. For th9 making Pho?n ' wv sta tion, thc taxpayers f Maricopa county, (the larger portion of whom reside iu this section ) are called up o:i to pay an interest of 15, 000 per year, or an amount about j efitial to our entire revenue. The road constructed as above mentioned j tion, provided that no reward so wnnld 1 of great benefit to Prcstott j offered or paid shall exceed 1,000, while we the losers would foot the j and he may in his discretion pay for WIl Mr. Gray- the father of this bill, ' services rendered in arresting or pur makes the stHtemeut that it is only suing criminals, when iu his judg. intended to construct the line to Phce- ment the public good will be rro nix making this the great teamiuy j moted thereby, iu cases where no rc- center for all easter.i and northern Arizona. Should such be thc case we doubt very' much if the benefits derived would justify the increased taxation. X clause should have been inserted in th bill giving the taxpay- ers the right to say whether ire arc in i a condition to be saddled with such un enormous debt. With the .South ern Pacific Railroad completed to Maricopa, and a good and direct road between that point and Pliienix, we will be placed in close euough connection with the outside world ft r some time to come. IX JIK3101SIA3I. At a regular mectiug of (iarden j Valley Lodge, Xo. 1, I. O. C. T. ot Phu-nix, A. T., held March 1st, 179, the following preamble and resolu. lions were adopted : WiitKEis, It has plea.-ed Divine Providencu to take from among us our very worthy brother, Levi Pitts; therefore Brmlrtd, That in tlte death of Bio. Pitts our lodge has lost one of its mod active members, tlie temperance cause one of its most zealous advo c ites and society a gotxl and exem plary young man. llctoli-td. That as a token of our es teem for Brother Pitts and sorrow at the loss we have sustained, the char, ter and regalia of our lodge shall bear tlie badge of mourning for 30 days; and that the earnest sympathy of our lodge is hereby extended to the berenved relatives of out deceas(d brother. R.'Knlriil, - That our secretary ft,r- ! ward a copy of the preamble and! resolutions to the near relatives of j our deceased brother, aud to the j Rr-scue, at I.os Angeles, Cal.; and the I pBorxix IIeiiai.d for publication J. K. WitiiiTO.v, L. D. " Wm. Wit.bks, C. C. Covkad, "W. H. The place lately occupied Iv Tr. j 'onrers has been rcStteil and ftira- ! Uheri and is now occupied by Wm tlutenburg as a ttmsorial parlor and batli bouse. The latter convenience is something long needed here, and ill be really appreciated. Ol'R F.Xl'K.YNi:. Thr A mount Appropriated by tli- lU-srinlature for lrV7 anil "NO. An net making appropriations the current afcd coiitiuf eut rXM; ses of the civil gtyv eratu-ut of ihe Tertitory of Arisuu.a. for two years, ending on the 3 st d.iy of lJecember, If 0, and for other puijioscs. r m . t f Be it twirled by th- L('g;ltce Aesil- h!u? thr Territory uf rio:ni - .Sr.iTioa 1- That the liillowingsuni? be and thev are herebv atinroDiiated ! ' for the several obets herein named, atut the territorial auditor is hereby ! authorized and directed to draw hi: ,. mentioned and set forth, and for none ! olIlcr csrc' t us I'' "."1 ''X First To pay the salary of the ; territorial auditor, $1,000; .o00 to be i f' lid cturine each of the years 1870 anil lrr, as proviaet! liy :;nv. ! Secoiul To pay the salary of the .: ......:....;.. t -i ni m . i-.mt ; K I I I I'll Itll limri, 1 ,V7V , fJUU LU ! be paid in e::ch of the years and ( as provided by law. j Third To pay for rent ot office and incidental expenses of the terri : torial auditor, $300; $lo0 to be paid Uach of said years 1879 and 1S80. i Fourth For the tenitorial library, to include postage, help, extra slulv ; ing and all ordinar- expenses there- i ,i. r ,t, j to time, the sum of 150. Sixth For printing official docu ments and other necessary printing, to be expended under tire direction of the territorial auditor for thc years I 1S79 and 1880, the sum of $500. T -n to-n . .1 o. t ' January, A. D. lSiD, to the 31st dav Seventh tor rent of territorial h- c r 1 1 t- ,n n,i . : , I of December, A. I). 180. The terri brarj' rooms lor the years 18i9nnul. . , , ,, . , ,- . 1 tonal auditor shall not draw his war 1SS0, $500; $250 each year to be ex- ! ... ... ., ' , , , ,. . : rant for any civil expenses other than pended under the direction of the i , - .1 . . .1 1 , , as specified in tins act, except those secretary of the territory. , -.1,1 , -. , .1 expressly appropriated oy law . ghth-tor salary o- the supenn- Sec 3 lcr,.:to;.jal fflu,Htor tendeetot public mstructiou for the , .,KlU hu wamlnt; on tIle terri. rcia-s 1.11 !inf NS c HH I .Ninth For territorial salaries ofi ,iuv u.Muc- jiu.-es, as proviacu oy law to be expeattecl under tlie dircc- tion of tlie territorial auditor for tlie years 1879 and 1880, one halt to be expended each year. $3,000. lentn tor expenses ot tlie su preme .court, to be expended under the direction of the chief justice of : the territory for the years 1879 and i 18.S0, $1,00'5. i Eleventh For contingent expense of tlie territorial government for tlie years 1879 and JS80, the sum ot $5,000, to be expended by the gov ernor as rewards for fhe apprehen sion of criminals and other expenses incidental thereto, and the governor is hereby authorized to aud empow ered to offer rewards iu his discre- ward was previously offered. j Twelfth For paying extra clerk hire for the tenth session of the leg islative assembly, "2,722, to be paid to the persons herein named, as fol lows: To XeriF.Osb.iru, assistant clerk of the council and C. SI. Mar I shal, assistant eleri: of the house of i representatives!, each to T. J. ! Drum, J. A. Piercy, John A. Appcr Ison, Charles A. IJchm. A. T. McMil lan, U. R. Baker, Frank Munay, clerks of committees for the two houses of the legislative assembly, each the sum of 310; aud to II. A, Dusouchet, clerk of the printing committee, the sum of 102; to Angie Mitchell, assistant engrossing and cnrollin!r clerk of the council. and Etta Parker, assistant engrosing aud enrolling clerk of the house of representatives, each thc sum of ?240. Thirtccuth For paying assistant sergeant-at-arms and door-keeper of the two houses of the legislative assembly, $480, be paid to tlie per sons hereafter named, as follows: To Henry Krowell, assistant sergeant-at-arms aud door-keeper of the coun cil, 210; and to Thomas Stein, assist ant scrgeaut-at-arms of thc house of representatives, 52-10. Fourteenth For payment of pages for the two houses of thc legislative assembly, $400, to be paid to the per sons heieinafter named, as follows: To Albert Behan, page of the coun. cil, $200, and to Harry Thibodo, page ot the house of representatives, f 200. Fifteenth For printing the joum- tls of the legislative assembly daily, 750, to be paid to Beach and Weber, Sixteenth For printing bills aud other printing for the legislative assembly, $l,(J08, to be paid to Beach and Weber, to include printing of the I governor's message in the English i.uiguat:. Seventeenth For newspapers fur nished for the tenth legislative assem bly, $1,125, to be paid to thc persons Tit-reinar'ter named ns folloxv;.: y0 charUs Beach, 260. To Paul Weber, 2$7.3p. To Gosper & McClintock, $U0. To James Reilly, jfs-27. To T. J. Clum, $33. To Of-rr"' T ns. 10. To A. K. r.-iy, esfo. Th Hia-knr yi Morehead, To Carlos Yclo-co, sj'.'O. ! tenth leni-ilal ivu assembly the sunt of fJ". ie lenu.iritti aiuim is t 1 . I. - . . . i l I . hereby directed to draw his warrant , ' - . on tuc treasurer mrtiKii S4itt. tn iavt;v I of T. Y. Otis tiottrw.ist..r ,it lWtHt. " " iiiit.i.-i.i Nineteenth For telenraphin"; me- . . .- 1 . I moriai ot tli& fegislalivc assembly in ; relation 10 lmiiaii resei vatum upt-vn ."?ttlr river. 20(5, and the territorial ! '"Hlitor is hereby directed to draw hi- warrant on the tenitorial treasurer for that nnount, in favor ol" the i governor ol the territory. 1 Twt'titteth For di-fraviii'.r the vx- Vpenses of his excellency; the goveru- ! or of l'K' t-'IT'torj" SoinS l" Vash- ! I""11 to asjst in procuring the nd , J :" l"pei loeanou o. iu 1 :.. .. I 1 .:. T aian reservations iu mis territory. dollars, and the territorial au- i ditor is hereby di: ected to draw his warrant for said sum upc the terri torial treasurer in favor ot the gov tnor ot the territory upon his de mand therefor. Twenty-first For printing the gov ernor's message in the Spanish lan guage, :JO0 copies, $175 to be paid to Tully & Fay. Twenty-second For printing the election proclamation ot the goverr. ! or, to include deficiencies in the year 1S78, the sum of ?:J00, to be expended under the direction of thc territorial auditor. Twenty-third For paying the sub scription for newspapers, of which the secretary is directed by law to keep files, the sum of if 150, to be ex pended under the direction of the sec retary of the territory. Sec. 2. All the appropriations ; made by this act for salaries or for otiicr purposes shall be paid out of the general fund of the territory, and l;ti'ill ntillv- rrnlYl llio flrtt rlnv of torial treasurer for the salaries pro. I rtilnrl ftn- hi t li 1 nt-t rttiarferlv for Ihp ,mount e for the preceding quarter except where other times of payment of salaries are expressly provided for by law and for tlie other appropria ;n ...-.-I., n... 4i.;.- i, .-t.cti rt....,.- lions V. .1.1 ..v-.,...t r-.o.. v...... his warrants as directed and required i teiuiu pn.tsais should b. marked Pr.p , , . , ,, . I sals lor barley, corn, wood, etc." (a the case by this act. Jn warrant shall be , ,nnv i alld a,i(iressed to the underi-inaed drawn for services rendered or in- i...i vfr-si;, to be addressed t.. "; - debtedness accruing during an3- other fiFcal vts-.r than those for which np propriatiaD are made by this act. PHfEXlX. Translated from the Sttvcctti.sb. In Paradise, under the Tree of i Wisdom, grew a hedge of roses; here, j in the first rose, a bird was born. His flight was like that Ot light ; bis j color was beautiful, and his song glorious. But when -Eve broke of thc Tree of Wisdom when she and Adam were driven from tlie garden of Paradise, a spark from the flaming sword of the Angel of Punishment fell into the nest and burnt it. The bird died in the flames ; but from the red egg there grew a. new bird, Phoenix. It is an old tradition that Phuuiix lives iu Arabia, and every hundred years burns himself and his nest; while, from thc red egg, flics a new bird, the only Phwuix iu the world. The bird hovers around us, swift as light, of beautiful color, aud with a glorious voice. When the mother sits by Iter baby's cradle, he is near the pillow aud beats with his wings a crown of glory around thc child's head. He flies through thc cottage where content reigns and brings sun shine with him. Butthebird Phoenix is not alone Arabia's bird. He flut ters in the northern light on Lapland's ice-plains; he flits about among the yellow flowers iu Greenland's short summers. L'nder Fahlun's copper cliffs, in England's coal mines, he flies iu the shape of a moth over the 'psalter in the hands of the pious workman. He sails on a lotus-leal" down the Gauges' holy waters, aud thc Hindoo girl's eye glistens when she sees him. The bird Phoenix! Do you not know him? Thc Bird of Paradise, song s holy swan! On thc chariot of Thespis he sat as a cawing raven, and beat his black wings; over thc Ice landic singer's harp glided the swau's red, ringing beak; like Odin's raven, he was perched on Shakspcare's shoulder and whispered ''Immortal ity;" during the concert, he flew through Wartburg's hall ot knights. He sang for you ihe Marseillaise, and j-ou kissed tho feather that drooped from his wing. Bird of Paradis.'! renewed every hundredth year, fed in flames, dying in flames, thy image made iu gold hangs in thc halls of the rich; whilst thou often roamest, lost and alone, one myth only, the Phatii.x of Araoia. In Paradise, when thou wert born in the first rose under the Tree of Wis dom, our Father kissed thee, and gave thee thy right name. Poetry. GovERxnit Roberts of Texas, who makes a great show of simplicity, wears homespun clothes made at home. Nevertheless his last mes sage, read to the state legislature a days ago, filled thirty columns iu fine type. M IWELLAXKOl'S. Probate -Yotlre. In too lrubaw! Court of Maiiopa county, Territory of Arizoti . In the matlt r ol the Estate oi l.evi Pitts, at - CCilSed. Pl.'KlStrAXT to lln order of l.ii.l court, made nn Tilt. 2lti il of Kohrii:Ai v lV.I. notice x on the -.T.h dnv of Kebruui v 1 h rei.y given that M... day. the 3it day of I March. A. I). lS:i. at 10 o'cio. k a. In. of said the fi-urt PH-in ot said 01 lirt, Ht Ihe ! "!- m wid coii .ty cf .Muicoi-a ; U11V ,., .... r,,.,i ,, tlic lime and place I. ! i-rorintr the will ot paid Levi i ins, de-e;ted I and for bearing the application of J. R. What. , f,.r ,i,e illttnne to him of lotle.s tcstainen tary. worn tint wut-rc Hiiy person m ertsted inrv iippfur anil c. .titt the ume. IJ.itcd Feuruarv 27th IS II. W !. A. IIAXIIOCK 3-4t Probate Juiteuud ex-utlK-io Clerk. Ie!iiiqnrnt Xotice. flrand Canal Company. I.iH-atio of nrinfipul place of b3dine6!i, rbe tix, Marirop i c..nnry, Arizona I.neai.on of Catul. l River Val"y, A. T. N -lici- There i leliniumc upon 'he fol lowing deserilid hp.K-k, ou aecuat of s-es-tnei t No 14. levied on 'he i5 h dw 4f tVhru aiy. ie79, the everal ntnounU set op(pi!t the t:auie of the repeo:ive shu?i.hlde hs fol 1'iwn : N mes. It J Cat to-right, So. of Shart-5. Amntints. 15,81 $-10 00 J P Ofb-irii. 71) 10 Id Wm 1. (Hboin, 17 IU OO .1 II Bryan, IS, m, 20, 72, 73, 74 60 0O Tilt; reenlmw, '-' ' . 00 K K Itaker, '.:!. 77 21 Oil I" S M.mre, W 20 00 .taj -riiv. wis 1(1 00 Jno A (iulbertson, '.'ti, r,7 20 lit) Jae.'b Mevers, M 20 01) J is Duck i ron, 40, '.14 SO iO Ha denburg Je Bo- rier, 41,93 20 00 I itiohev. 4.-. 8 2.7 Mrs L Martin, 97 10 00 Het-ve K Cart- writflc, IT 10 00 Tlmi Ilrocktnan, oa 10 00 J T Torter, 64 10 00 An I in accordance wi'.h law and an order of the li.iurd .f Dire- tore, made on the ljrh dav of February, S7'J, s many i-haie ot s id sNH'k as tnav oe neoes. e ' will be sold at pub lie auction, Ht the ollH:e of thn l'o:iipany, AHShittgti u stre t, 1 en;x. cn Satonl.iv, the 22d day of March. Ic7i', at the honr'ol 10 o'clock, a. tn. of said day, to pay said d-lin-qu-nt asscs-taeut the-eon. iryethcr with the etist of advertising and exp.n-eit of sa'e Wit. A. HANCOJK. Secretary. 3 id Froiiosal's for l'uel. Forage, Etc. IIKAIiQ'll'S nv.p T OF ARIZ iXA. tit rt; r or chief Quahtkumasteii Present Barracks. A. T.. Feb. 14, 187J. Sen'.ed pr .poials. in triplicate, subject fo the usual Condi ioi s, will be received at this o' fice. unTil 12o"oli.ck. noon; on Monday. March 17th, lr79. at e. hi.-h time ami place they will be open, d in presence f bidders. f'T furnish inir nnd dciivetincr Military Supplies dnrinir th- fiscal v.ar coiiimencini; July lat. 17'J and eudimr June 31. 10. as follows : ilnrd anil ioft trwd, corn, barlev. nran. hay, straw and charcoal, or such oi said Mipp'ie ns may be reqn red, at Camp Apa "lie, Bowie, (Irani, lluarhtica, l.tiwell, Mci low. II, M'.jave, J. A. UucKer. 'I'homas end Verde; anil at Whipple mid Yuma lien ts, A. 'P., and at I Fort Yuma, Cal ' Proposals for eiihor class of the stores met - tioned, or for Uantities less thau the wh le uniount reiuiredr will be rtt i-ved. The government reserves the richt to nj.ct any or all p;oposals received. A prefen-usc will be (fivea to articles ot domestic I rod'.ic- l lion. i lilauk orortos.ils anil printed circula"S, stat Inj the kind anil estimated quantitica rcq-iired ' sl..li ilun.. an.l (.-t Ul.il ..ivinff fill) illhtrilC- ! tiot.s as 'o the manner of biddiuir conditions to 1 be observed by bidders, aud terms of contract and payment, will b- furnished on applicitiou at this otlice, or to the quartermaster at ai.y ot fh! de and t ,,,,, Kllv,. con. is iotenutd, and marked as a-.ove. Will be re ceived. CEO II EKKS. Mrjor acd Quartermaster, C. S. A. my. fi2 IKO POS A XiS FOR BEEF Ml'TTOX. AXI) j llKAPQCAKTEttS IErAI:TMHNT uK AltlZriXA. j ( illice f C -i-f C-itn issarv of .Sulxistence. Pi.ESCorr. A. T. Feb ua y llltli. ie: . EAI.ID I'Rfll'OSALS.in triplicate wiih copy f this ad.'eitisemeut attached to . ach. will be received at this ottic- and at the j oli; -s i.l' .a- A. liii- Ap.-iNtaut C.iiiuii ssar:c. at uo,,n. Monday. March 17th lt??ll. tor the ,-up- j ply of such quantities of B ef and Mut on on the hlock as may be ftom time to time requited a Camps Apache, Howie Grant. Huachuca, Lowell, Velow-ell. Mn.jave, Supply, Thomas. Verde, and Fort Whipple A T.. nnd Fort Yuina. Cal., Irom July 1st, lr79. to Juue3Uth, IPSO. Blank foftns conditions, estimates. Ac, furni.-hed on application to the Acting Assist ant Commi.-sarios a any of the posts auove named or to the undetstiriied The c ntra ts tubn inude und-r this ad vertisemvnt shall n t he construed to involve ill.- Uoited Sta'es in any ohlir..tion tor ia tm nt in excess of the appropriation grauted by Congress for the pur pose. CI! AS. P. EAOAX. Capt. aril C S. FOR SALE. The Livery Stah'a bns.De-Mof J V. Monihnn with 'he sn-tfk f BtitffiT'ea llarn-s. ero. This ihriTina: business itt l'M-aed io thn center nf 'he town ol Phentx. n thr cr -t-r op site Court House quarr. and will be sold u(Ka the ire reasonable ttrms. an the proprietor i about to visit the old fo;ks at home- .Fo particulars ap ply to th uodtrraigned. .T. D. MOVIIIOX. Pbenix. A. T., January 23d. 1S79- Notice For sale cheap, on reasonable terms, a steam threshing machine, engine, seoarator, derrick forks and rigging complete, mess outfit and tools, also one set of '2i inch French burrs for cracking wheat, barley or corn. WM. A. IIA.XOCK. Tom ii Fro;ert y for Sale. The undersiirned offers one block of excel lent town proper'y for sale cheap f'T cast.: it is located ttvo hlo-ks sou h ef the plazi- iTbe propei ty is planted in alfacfa aud surrounded by an ochoteer (or live ) fence. Fift d. lars worth of lruit trees, in flourishing coaditi.u, on the property, THOa. HowE. At tbefurniture factory. 5Um J. D. Monihan's Livery, Feed aud Sale Stables. Washington St., between Center and Cortez. Best Livery Horses and ele gant vehicles at all times Horses boarded. Hay and grain always on hand. MlSCE.LLA.NEOL'. REGULATOR'S ELLIS, ASHER & CO. Regulates Prices OF EVERYTHING Brousilil to this Market. We can give tlie People better Inducements and sell better goods than any o!IP in 1 1 1 r Tori'itnrv 11UUSC 111 HIO XLI111UIV IXIS, SHER & Co. I X. B. Our Store is lo cated on the Xortli side of the Phi a-, the largest buildinn in Town. J. Samter's CHEAP CASH STORK. Removed to th Walters Itutldinr on '. ma Street nextnoor tu il l'riutiu OlHce. Tb Attention of tha Public is called to my wel.ilectd slock of DRY GOODS. CLOTinXU, BOTS & SHOES, GKCKJEUIES, LIQUORS and PUOY1S10XS Whicti I impose to sell on the Live and Let Live principle A word o ttie w'se is Stitti tiHi.t. JI LIIS SAJITKR. Montezuma Street one door above the II Ell ALU OrtiJ. J. M. COTTON rpAKKS THIS METHOD OF ISFOKM iog Lis triced and the public that his Two Saloons ar always supplied with tbe Choicest Liquors and Cigars. Ttve Comfort aad eutertftionrnt of patroob ( .Mi:b studi'.d l'v tbs Tiofrivlcr aud u'.tacliw. : j TUCSON SOLE AND ALEXANDRA. Wholesale Corner f JIaiicopa and Jcficrtson Having: now moved into more t'omiaiodlouw pretuiMrs our faclllt ir for Muppljins tlie trade arc unisurpasised by any other house in our line in the Territory. We cordially invite buyers of all classes to eall and examine our goods, feelinjc confident that we can afford to Kive them better value than by iurc!iasin; clcswhere. Have on hand a select stock of OUFHourbon and Kyc Whiskies, Brandies, Gins, Rums, Port, Sherry, and Maderia Viues. Champagnes, Clarets, Sauternes, Liqueurs, Bitters, andEVKUYTinxu appertaining to the LIQUOR BUSINESS. Sole apfcnts for Arizona for the Celebrated CHAMPAGNES of Pcrinet & Fils, Reims. IMPORTED AfD DOMESTIC i "Which tbcv invite buyers to call I what they are paying ei.-cwhere. M. L. PEPiALTA, -j i Wholesale autl General Merchandise. To malic Boom for thc sootls M tlie SELLING As I have facilities for purchasing everything in my liue at the lowest market market price. I can safely say that no house in to Territory can afford to sell goods at the LOW rates to fcred My motto is; Quick Sales And Small Profits. I can furnish the Farmer the Teamster, the Jliner and all others. C nie and see and satisfy yourselves. Flour aud rrrain delivered to any noiu acUlecl. Orders solicited Coldberg & Son. Succesbor to A. Goldbers, DEALERS IX GEXERAL MERCHANDISE, Ilittlicst price paid for all kinds of country produce, Hides, Grain, Wool etc. Orders from tlte corns try solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. GOLDBERG & SON. Srnr th new hall of IVoolsej- ftt "'2Ts'OJT?il. PH(ENIX , AGEXT3. & OOa Liqiok Dealkr:?. Streets Pharnix. and examine and compare prices with i store Retail Dealer in way, lam LOWPHl ! than any Store In Town. in the Territory at Cost with freight M. L. PEIiALTA. nS6U" & CO. HA'E OPENED OX Washington street, Avcst of Gardiner's hotel, A Iago and spWudid afock rif General MERCHANDISE. Which they offer to bur citizens at the lowest pos sible prices. Every one is respectful invited to call and exam ine our stock and price.