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THE PIKEXIX HERALD.
HK1II-WEKLY EIHTIOX. Till: SITl'ATIOX. An Open I-otter to the Board of Hatnrday Mawh H. SKcia! ornicen in the refilling1 column oT tta HkkaU me charge for at thti raw ot tea cents ler Jiue each in? rtiun. Subscriber who do not receivo.I their paper regularly will cuufur a favor by aciiltlrt sing thim ullice. The II KM ALU i ismed every Wednwdav at.d Saturday u:teri)iKJti at 2 o'clock, ami cou .Utn Telegraphic news up to that hour. TOWN AND COUNTY. The harvest season npproaches. Drinks one bit each at the circus bar. Cartridges, all sizes and kinds, at Loring's. Chew Jackson's IScst Sweet Xavy Tobacco. Patronize the bar at the circus. All drinks one bit. Kd., the barber, has a new. shop next to Packer & McKenna's. The IIkrai.i is the oiiht setni weekly newspaper in Arizona. All kinds of canal work a specially at our job printing establishment. A social dance will be given al Tempo on the evening: of the 17th. The new postollice, in Peralta's new building, will be (he best ia the country. Sixteen bars of bullion from the Tiptop, valued at $25,067.32 arrived Thursday. Our job work is better and our prices cheaper than any ollice in Arizona. The harness and saddlery manu factory has been removed next to the postoflicc. The American Hotel re-opens to morrow morning for breakfast; meals at all hours. Read the advertisement. By a private letter we are informed that an auction sale of town lots will be held at the new railroad town in about five weeks. Several teams loaded with goods belonging to Mr. Castenado, of Signal City, have arrived, and that firm will soon start in business. "We would be pleased to publish communications from Tempe relative to local matters, if any of our friends would tavor us with lliem. The circus last Wednesday was sigiin largely attended and an excel lent programme rendered. A ifr.ind performance will he -riven this even ing. From this place they -jo to Florence. j T. A Watterman arrived yesterday j afternoon from Signal City, where he lias tor some time been in business. : lie is looking up a location and pro- ; poses embarking in the tin and ';eet iron business. j James Kean, of this place, has in- j vented a spark arrester, which he is ' having patented. Through this j country it will prove a great safe- ; guard against fires, where everything is so dry and easily ignited. Messrs. Sherman, Hyde & Co., San ! Francisco, have sent us a charmiu son-i and chorus entitled, "Breathe t them once again," by D. S. Hakes. The song is so easy that a child can play it, and so pretty that everybody will want it. The key is B flat. Price 35 cents. For the information of bidders under the advertisement of Chief 0,uartermastcr Weeks, of the 1st inst., inviting proposals for transportation during the fiscal year 1879-80, we arc requested to state that the distance to be paid for from Ehrcuberg to Whip ple, under the new contract, will be 181 miles. Archie Mcintosh, of Grapevine Springs, has reported that the San Carlos Indians were about to leave the reservation, and the commanding officer at Camp McDowell has been Gentlemen: By the acts of the last Legislature (peace be to their ashes) you are called upon to issue bonds to the amount of 6,000 to build a wagon road to Maricopa Wells, also to issue bonds to the axioutit of 40,000 to construct a courthouse, and 100,000 to any rail road company that may build a road from Maricopa Welis to Prescott via P!iu?ni.Y, making a sum total of $lSii!, 000, said .bonds to draw interest at the rate of 10 per cent, per annum, mak ing $19,000 interest annually. To this add 10 per cent, for collecting, and we will have to pay ijil.oljO year ly on these bonds, or only !J102 less than all the taxes we now pay, or equal to the sum of i:i,28'3 that we will have to pay each year, if out territorial taxes are no higher than they were last year, and this tax is to be raised from an assessment roll of s70r.37-? the amount of taxable property in this county, rate of taxation will be ( lo7 per ftlOO. But our taxable property will very likely vhriuk $100,000 the first i Allison, 5; Wm. A. Hancock, $29; year after these bonds are issued, j Geo. E. Mowry,i0; John II. Bur Gentlemen of the Board can we stand j ger, 10; G. 11. Rothrock, S2.50; this rate of taxation at this time? In j Wharton & Sheets, 10; James Gray, anew and issolated country, most! v ! o ; F. M. Fowler, S20. A meeting hence our ' Buck, Oas- Jew Host! . The bill that passed the legislature authorizing the construction of a wagon road between the railroad and i Phtsnix, designated Telegraph Pass as the point through which the road j should be built through the moun tains. The road viewers appointed by the supervisors selected a gap sev eral miles further west, through which a better, cheaper and morcdi rect road could be-made. By build ing on this route it was supposed that it forfeited the tight to lue the mon ey appropriated for the Telegraph Pass road. The sum of 8017.50 was raised by private subscription, as fol lows: J. M. Cotton, 50: M. L. IV ralta, ."0; Goldman & Co., 50; Ira Stroud, 2o; Simon Xoviugcr, :J5; Frank Purcella, $20; H. Goldberg & Sou, $20; Ellis, Asher & Co., .25; King S. Woolsey, $50 ; Heu.vi.d, $10; J. Sauiter, $20; H. Morgan &. Co., $20; Smith & Co, $20; Brown & Daniel, $10; Geo. E. Loring, $15; J. D. Monihon, $25; John Lutgerding, $20; A. D. Lemon, $10; Thomson &: Co., $10; John T. Alsap, $20; G. W. $?0; E. Irvine & Co., $25; Jno. R. Dail & Co., $25 ; B. L. Con yers, $15; X. M. Broadway, $5; C- MISCELLANEOUS. Arizona Lottery ! UNDER THE DIRECTION OP Governor J. C. FREMONT, Territorial Comuilnslouer. Michel (Joliw.itpk, j Bank or Abiioxa. President.! Tteiieurer. settled by poor people, who have im migrated to this oasis in the desert to make themselves a home. And this ad ditional tax, that has been voted by those Quasi legislators is to be taken from our hard earnings, that we can- of the subscribers was held in the sheriffs office Wednesday afternoon to take steps towards its construction. Judge Alsap was elected chairman and C. E. Mc'Clintnck secretary Judge Alsap briefly staled the object: In r.poontatire with an act of the T.pgiiilHiive Assembly of Arizor.n Territory, And the Protiln million of the Governor issued thereunder, a Lottery! Wilt he drawn at Prescott. A. T.. on Wcilnes day, Jans 4 th, 1679. GOLDMAN & CO. MISCELLANEOUS & CO Jobbers and Retailers of GENERAL MERCHANDISE ! not spare from our business, if indeed ! of the meeting. On motion of Mr. we can pay it at . ull. Were we allowed ! Goldberg, J. M.Cotton was elected to retain these amounts in our sever-! superintendent, with power to collect al vocations, allowing that we can so ! the subscriptions and build the road invest the same that it will bring us ' The meeting adjourned subject to a 10 per cent per annum, it will amount : n.ottce in the llERAi.n from tite su to the enormous sum of $1,:5SJ,000. ! perintendent. Mr. Cotton w ill start That is to say $10,000 at compound interest at 10 per cent, for 15 years and $150,000 at the same rate for twenty years will equal $ 1 ,.'10,000, and this vast sum does not include collector's fees, which is 10 per cent, on all the money collected, or nearly $10,000 out in a few days with about ten men- TELEGRAPH. Y a m n ton , M :i re li 7th Th e President will issue an ouU'i conven. iiiir the 40th congress in extra session Act of the Legislature. An net to aid in tbo construction of Capitol liuiliihijfrt. and for th support of Public .Schools in tho Territory of A. ri 2011a- Be it enacteJ by tho Legislative Assembly of Arizona Territory : Section 1. It shall b lawful fnr. and th ripht. power and Authority is hereby granted ror uie period 01 twenty years, irom the 1st day of February 1879, to the Arizona Devel opment Comp.iuv a corp ration organized and ; existing endor and oy virtue of the laws of 1 the Territory of Arizona and its assigns, to j fjivs public lotteries at which, or bv means f j which mmiAv may be lawfully disposed ot by I chance, anything- in the laws 01 this Territ rv j to the eontmry notwithstanding;, ttc, etc. j Sc. 2 The tioverner of the Teritory of I Arizona, and his successor in office, and in the ! event of the ahsei'ce, disqualification or dath ! of the Governor his lp-al ."ubstitute is hereby j appointed a Commissioner to superintend the ! drawing or ili-tribnf iou of prizes in sa:J lotter- ies and each of them, and certify to the cor I rectness thereof, etc. etc. j Sec. 3 All lotteries drawn under the pro visions of this ae shall be drawn in fome ! public place to be designated ty the Conimis ' signer, between the hours of ten o'clock a. m. ! vud five o'clock p. m , acd in a manner to be j approved by the CmntaiftMoiipr. I Sections 4, ." and d provide tor Ihe collection i of ten per ct;ut. from all prizes and the pay ment of the sums into the capitol and school : f 11 ads. JOHN JX YOST 11. H. CROCKER H. S. CROCKER & CO., Stationers and Printers. Xv.4bl it 403 Sonmtnc ttrttt t'ranciaeti. S-tti rHEXIX and PICKET TOST ARIZONA more. Are you prepared to clinch I 011 t,,e i-111 01 -tarcn. the nail that'fastensthis erevious bur- ! Bhlix, Match 7th. The press con den upon us hv issuing "these bonds? ! elude from the speeches of In vou gentlemen, center our most j sanguine ho;es jf avoiding this fear i ful taxation, which if levied will as ! surelv bankrupt the cou.it v as the 1 to the Cardinal that the Pope there is but a Certificate of Territorial Treas urer. I. Thomas J. Butter, Treasurer of Arirona Teriitory. lujreliy oenifv tnat the ArixoDa Devplopmptit Coinpanv lias th5s Hay filed i den is laid upon us ! pre v and 1 'Ti is : hi I' ll e we uiav il on Congress to declare nnil id t:iese omnibus bond laws. which we are trying, and we miiihi perchance del'eat the same in the courts, but which is slow expensive, but we 11 fat our surest safeguard is in our board of supervisors. And we enter our humble but solemn protest l er!it n-osnfCt of nciee between the i '"' "'I'''-" ' acc-ptunno in nrilinir of Ihe act Vatican and the European states, es pecially Germany, unless the Pope considerablv modifies his sentiments. -tiit your issuing a sinule bond Mumud, March Cth. The resigna tion!' the Cabinet is considered in. evilahle. It is stated that the King airreis with Martinez that a change and 1 is necessary. .n Fkaxcisco, March 5th. Tlicre is considerable excitement owing to the veto of the Chinese biil tint no out break among the laboring class, as was general!!;,' expected. fiU d in my o!tii: a burnt in tle sum of twenty Tmu?an,i auuurs truc-ii oona lias oeen ap proved by tlie Governor and an Associate Jusnee ot rtie Supreme Court of Arizona Ter ritoi y. conditio-!td tor itb faittilul peiforn-ance 01 the provisioris of sa d art. THOJ1A1 J BUTI.R. Territo ia Treasurer. Trcsoott, Fi bnnrj 20tl.. TV! trapitJe Brevities. left of Chinese which laborers on an air tract. A young- Chinaman, who has been he will work as line railroad con. for cither of the purposes mentioned. These statements tire based on the proposition that we will get for value received for every dollar expended, but will this be so. Judging the fu ture of road building by the past, in this county, for the Slcf.OOO that the j road will have cost us. bv the time the bonds mature and are paid, we will has a road that two good horses can draw four men, in a spring wag on over, if they have plenty of time to do the same. Our present courthouse answers every purpose, but for st3 le. But issue the $-10,000 worth of bonds, and sell them a: eisrhtv cents per $1 and you will have a $3S,0Q0 building j was robbed. Mail bags were rilled that will cost in the end 162,000 in-1 and valuable letters carried oil", terest compounded. And for the SI,- I Telegrams trom Paris slate that the 200,000 that these railroad Loads in j Chilean squadron is blockading Mex twenty years and you have what ; i Pones, Antofogasla and Caractcs. It equivalent. Echo answers.what cquiv- ! is reported that a Chilean lorcc has alent, will we have. Another and ; landed and taken possession of the very serious feature of this suicidal j nitrate mines. bond inning by our would be legis- I Commander Chevne. of the British j Htive solon tU, that our warrants j llavy, is ni:ikii)geflbrts to organize an win ue very liKely to Uepreciate to , t.vr),jCnjou to reach the north pole by i'roclamat'on of the Governor. TK oa ro y of Auizoxa. --'0, ls?0 J I, .loliu C. Kreniont. Governor of the Terri torv of Arizona, and ex-oflicio Co!lllisioner To superintend the drawinsf of lo:reri'S for the support of ihe public -schoo's etc , by virtue or the power and authority vesteii in ni by law, do hereby designate as the plaoe where !l,.i;rOr,l...vcllIl .1... A.: A Cinc innati paper says a man has i lieveinpmeut Company, the Theatre in frea- for California to engage a cargo ; '-up sam territory ot Arizona. 1 uiiic 111 name biihii ue lirawn shatl be the 4th day of June. Is7tt, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. ni. and 5 o'clock p. 01. Witness my hand and the tri eat seal of the Territory of Arixona, thU 20lU day of Febru arv A. I, lB.a. (skai.J JOHN C. FRKMOXT, Governor and ex-orticto Lotterv tomoits..!i,ner three years in America, was yester- ' day sentenced to tliirty days in the ! Kings county penitentiary on the j charge of vagrancy. A Fort AVorth special says: The! outgoing Yuma stage from Fort ! Worth was again stopped inside of; the city limits. The only passenger j The first Lottery nnder the foresroing law will be drawn at the Theatre, in Prescott, on JUNE 4th. 1879, ! i t or eooner. if all the tickets are soonor disposed I of. on which occasion there will he distributed : T.'UKTV ONK TIIUUSA.N'D TiVO Hl'X j IJKK1) AND FIFTY DOLLARS, ia 2Hi t prizes as follows : One prize of S10 0C0 ordered to proceed with one company ; from 40 to 50 cents on the dollar. i r l.ii... , -i of soldiers and the Indian scouts ,L" uvc,- ""u:" " """" 01 ,u snoken of in lnt. A-..,lnr.rlnv-. TTv. ! ,,or we -''"lloy or purchase we make. ai.d, to investigate the matter. They will leave Camp McDowell this mor ning. Indian-Inspector Hammond arrived in Phoenix last Wednesday and in the evening met a large nnmber .of out most prominent citizens in the ollice of Capt. Hancock and Judge Alsap, and was informed of many facts relating to the President's late order. Thursday and yesterday, in c mpany witli Capt. Hancock he inspected the country between Phoenix and Camp McDowell. Mr. Hammond will re main here some time 3'et. PEBMOXAL. the taxpayers will have to pay two dollars in taxes with colic ctor's fees added. O. M. F. IletTett has gone to Pres cott to obtain castings for the com pletion of Judge Watts' flying hay press, acd will be absent about ten days. Col. Wood and family passed through Phoenix en route for the southern country. Wm. Harris, of Pima station, was in town a few days since. C. A. Luke, of Prescott, arrived Thursday, on his way to select a site for business at the new railroad town baloons. He is an experienced Arc tic navigator, served under Ross, and has secured the services of Captain Templar, a well known teronattt. The closing hours of Congress were characterized with more that ususal confusion and disorder. The Senate chamber was densely crowded, both on the floor and in. the galleries, and .o-i-iw timoc Willi fiolit nf ton enfltnr dies of the Presbyterian church pro- adare!Aiae. the cAlJr at the sauie tinle and it was with difficulty that any thing could be understood. Th.re were eighty-two accessions and Taxp.weu. The Festival. j F.MTOU IIkiiai.d: In your issue of I last Wednesday- vou state that the la- ' One prize of . One prize ot 'I hr-e prizes of Two i rizes of Four prizes of 'i en prizesof Ten prize of Fitry prizesof . Fifty prizes of Fif r prizes of Cue haudrcd prizes of... 2.C0O 1 500 1,000 each 7o0 each Son each 2."0 each 1"0 ea h 1"0 each 25 eaen 15 each 10 each pose lit litiuga festival on next Friday evening. With reference to the Ies- j tival I judge it proper to make some ! statements. In ihn firt iiliico wli ilo i i it- i r i . ! to the Presbyterian, Methodist there ate tao s who .ore l-Vewlivtr. J " - t?...,;tfr -v.,,,.. r'..i c, f ImiIip nf tlio 1 ii Springer, on behalf of the Demo cratic members of the committee on expenditures in the state department, jtrcsented to the house last Monday for its consideration a scries of arti cles of impeachment against Minis ter Seward. nans, yet it is not Presbyterian church, nor of any I church in particular, that are getting j up the entertainment. In fact, repre sentatives of several denominations i are interested in it. In the second : place, the purpose of the entertain. ment primarily is for the benefit o" i a movement to organize a Presbyte i riau church. The intent ioti being to nave pews made and a place secured i in which these and other services will be held. It is intended to have j comfortable seats made at once, and 1 il is for this and other necessarv ex- j penses incurred that we H.-k the as sistance of the citizens of Pho'inx and sunoup.diir cnmniunity. The I'e.-tivil will consist of supper music, buth vocal and instrumental, readings aid recitations. A lull programme wi.l be published next week. i-AI.LS. day, fruits of the recent revival there A majority of these arc probationers more having professed conversion than was at first stated. Many, how ever, were those who, being aroused by the meetings, looked up their old church letters and joined in full con iicct ion. Washington THE MANNER OF DISTRIBUTION WILL HE AS FOLLOWS: Twelve tlfTmsami slips of leather cambered from one to twelve thousand will be pirWicly deposited in u lars'e las wheel which will then be closed and scaled bv the Territoral Lottery L'oininidsioDer. Two hundred and i eighty-two slips of leather num'iered in ae I eorilancQ with the prizes unuot need, will be j publicly deposited ia a mall p-luss wheel, j which will also be closed and sealed by the i Territorial Lottery Commissioner. A coruniiit e of seven citizens will bo se lected by the ticket holders to examine every I sTiifje of the proceed in its. ! 1S tb wheels will then be revolved in sitrht i of the audifiiee, until their contents are mixed ami thoroughly mingled. The seals will then be broken and the wheels ojened. and TWO UlilL.DK EN I NDK rt TEN YEARS OF AtiE will be placed, one at each wheel, and a prize and a number drawn at the same time. The whf-els wiil then be closed and revolved, and another number aud prize drawn, and this process repeated until th prizes are all drawn. The holders of tickets bearing- corres ponding numbers will be entitled to the prizes draw a. Only 12.0U0 Tickets Will be Sold. i i Have just received and offer to the tra !e at Reduced 5000 Pounds Crushed Sugar, 5000 Pounds of Granulated Sugar, 5000 Pounds of Green Coffee, 1000 Pounds of Japan Tea, new crop, 1000 Pounds of English Breakfast tea, Comet Brand. 1000 Pounds of Green Tea,. Elephant Brand. 2000 cans preserved fruit, meats and vege tables, Cutting packing. 1000 gallons Coal oil, Safeguard Co.'s brand, fire test 2000 Pounds of Extra Candles. 1000 pounds of Powdered Sugar, 3000 pounds of dried Apples, Peaches and Grapes In fact, a full line of Staple and fancy groceries. ALSO A full line of Builders' Hardware. A full line of carpenters' Tools. A full line of Crockery and Glassware. A full line of Drugs and Chemicals. A full line of Harness an d Saddlery. A full line of Boots and Shoes, A full line of Clothing and Furnishing Goods. A full line of Dry Goods and fancy Goods. Solicit the patrnoac of rrgMaata of Arizou, offering a wwll elctei stoek of STATIONERY. BLAXK BOOKS, W RITIXG ITArEHS 1SK8 tad anrciuteK. Pikfticnlor attention firm to Fine Job Printing Merchants and Bankers. MIXING CORPORATIONS VTill find It to their advaotMr to Mod mi tttnr orders, aft we make this oUaft ef work a epeer talty. CERTIFICATES OP STOCK Printed or Lithographed In finest fttjU, COMPLETE SETS OF BOOKS. For all Incorporation!, at Lowest pries, rjThs National Oold Medal was awarded to Bradley Bulofaon, for the beat Photo (riophs in the United States, and the Vienna Medal for the best in the world. 4J9 Montgomery Street. San Fraaeisasi.- H. Morgan & Co. Washington St., rhcenix AND Morgan's Station on the Gila Hirer Importers and Dealers ia Groceries a ad Clothing. Dry Goods, Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, &c. At prices to suit the times Whole Tickets 5. IIlvcs, iJ.50. PIl r. rtlil.TC A Tt K lIKSPIfTFri.l.Y IX - t-.'-ii til h:r I hare mme,l mv Bailor Slt.p Ktr.'t laT'ly Convr.", ami las-i b..tu,u cs t 1 u '1; c" "n U':i-lii irio I'tipi il t'v tlin 1 rntf t rt f I tliai 1 ' live aU.j IubliiiUl(;ut, opei c.i u tirat A six iny witlkitiir match fur -i,000 and Hit; cliitmpioii bt lt, coni iticiu'cs 3Ioti'l;iv itt Uiltiioic's garden, N. V. Hy srict atfii'itm to rmstrif?!i, T hope to war rutit u fair thai; vt 3 our p.itronutfe. Lac WM. STrnXBt'RO. L-f 'ii.m rraccftco. Tli Bank of Arizona will act as Treasurer ;itul all liuinuvs r-cciv-(l Irum tal?s of tickfta will h dt't?-ite'-l thereto 11 wait the drawing. I'ri.ee will he p;ii I ipii days Hit r the iiruwitif. Ail ord r ttir tickets 111113; be acconia i:e 1 by the in nev, wliicn can snt in Bunk lj rat'is on 8a n Kram s , Vrtiticares ot le IMit or Potai Mcmey Orders, or by Wells, Farg-o Si. Cu'n. Express. A'ldrt'Sf a 1 communications, and mako all drafts aud money orders payable t the order f the Arizona -LoUcry Copmuny. I'rescott, A. T. ItHuir all letters containing draf s tr post al orders. To avoid fur-crics. buy no tickets except vi'rcgnlai" tr-:utb. t?i 'Jiu ALSO A full line of Wines, Liquors, Tobaccos and Cigars. "We have imported as large a stock of staple goods as our warerrooms are capapable of holding, and with the intention of selling whole packages at SAX FRANCISCO PRICES (Freight added) Seed potatoes, Flour, llay aud Grain always on hand. Blue Stone for sale. Call and convince 3'oursolves. Goldman & Co. 5 S 3 3 q Sj Geo. E. Loring, Dealer in le)Mestl ftad iMporteel. - :o: C1QAKS, PLUU AND SMOKING TOBACCO'S, " Of all the Leading brands which I am selling at Eastern Prices. Dunt -forget the Store with Postoltcc. n"6tl" t