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THE PIKENIX HERALD.
McdneMdny, Itlarrlt 1. Special notices in the rfu.Uii columns f the IltUALl aie charpe for at the rule of tn cent-S vr lioe t-MCh iuieiliim. Subscriber wl.o lo uot receivol tlitir f-arer regularly will cwulcr a favor by atitldrtsjiug The HEMAlAt in innuej every Wednesday and Siituniay aitemxu at ';lm-kT ami eon Ciin Telegraphic aews up to that hour, TOWN AND COUNTY. School books at J-oring's. Court time is approaching. Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Xavy Tobacco. Ed., the burlier, has a new shop next to Packer & McKciina's. Tlie board of supervisors meet the first Monday in next month. All kinds of canal work a specialty at our job printing establishment. Miss Olive A. 'Wharton and John A. Henderson were married last .Sun day evening by Kev. "Win. Myers. Murphy it Dennis have dissolved partnership by mutual consent, after a business relation of over thirteen1 years. Charlie Clark, has disposed of the Pallor Saloon to Dan "While and Jack "Walters, who are now running the same. M. L. Peralta has been moving his goods to his new store during the past lew days. New goods ar daily expected. A quantity of goods for C'astcnado, of Signsl City, have arrived, and are iK-ing placed in the store t'urinerly occupitd by M. L. Peralta. "Work i now progressing finely on Dr. Goodrich's two-story brick build ing. Another ornament to Plmaix and indication of our prosperity. THs Pha'iiix flour mill has shut down. It will remain idle for the uevt tew months, until the new crop is available. Xo wheat is the cause of the stoppage. imn-inv nF H.wt..n rillli till 1 I ! has been organized to work the Silver ! Xugget iu The eastern portion of the 1 countv. A mill is beinir constructed ! in Chicago for this valuable properly. Hugo Uichards, tlie Prescott capi talist, and Mr. "Webber, the efficient j (superintendent of the Tiptop com- ! nanr. left Oillett hist Sundav for an inspection of some ....l.i 1. ..1.... :.. ini-is lit 'Junto 5a.-in. Irvine's lmihlina h;is about replied the height for the first story, oine delay is hein e.ei ieneed owin to tlio lion arrival of lumber. The Imildinir will lie a handsome strue inre. It will he an ornament to our thriving city and a credit to its cutcr lri.siiig pnijirictor. Michael 15ra"ni:art coniiniited sni- ide la.-t Saturday evening by shoot in;! himself in the mouth, the weapons used leinj a double-barreled siiol gtm and the hig toe of his riht foot, with which tie nulled the trigger. Deceased wit-t agctl alKiut :'S years, aifd a native of Germany, lie owned considerable property in Pluenix. CJustav Ivauchcr, the jeweler, late ly intrusted to ?. friend a handsome -t of jewelry for the purpose of ex hibiting it, which he wished to ralile ft The friend claims to have lost tiU same, and as the owner is very poor, the loss is felt heavily. An' information regarding the same will be thankfully received by "WV.itur t'liburj adjoining Dr. Conyr's drug s-tore. yL . Kales arrived from Prescott Jiy itilurday evening's stage. 3Ir Kates has filled tlie position of cash ier of the Hank of Arizona since its establishment, and he has now taken up his residence iu Phu-nix for the purpose of conducting the afh.irs of: the branch of the above institution in this town. The safe and vault front is expected to arrive daily, and will be immediately' placed m position, the iijuiuhuion having already been constructed. Mr. Kales expects to " he ready for business by the lirst of April. A shipment of rich ore passed through Pluenix 3'esterday for San Francisco, consigned to Flint, Pea body & Co. The ore is from the I'earl mine, owned by 11. Groom Co., the Yirgiuia, owned by J. X. Jlodenburg & Co., and the El Dorado, owned by A. A. Partheimer. All these mines are ipiite rich, and are located iu the Humbug district. The latter mine is tdtuated one mile west of Tiptop, and in the past year the owner has, without any assistance, taken out and had crushed at the Tiptop mill ore that yielded him U,000. The ball at Tenipe Monday even ing on the occasion of Mrs. Decker's birthday, urujs the most enjoyable affair ever given iu this beautiful valley. Tne attendance -. very large about sixty couple the toilets of the ladies exfpidu: ami the music enchanting. The enjoyment. Jickl Itrit sway until early morn. A mim ler of ladies aud gentlemen from JTirenix were present. Knowing that number of the fair sex were expect ing ye local of the IIeuai.o, he ollevs as an excuse for his absence that be was prevented by a severe ca.-jt tl' iickutii. He ia better now. The Taj lor Couietiy Campniiy. The Taylor Comedy Troupe made their first appearance iu Pluenix Monday evening, at the American Hotel hall. I-ong before 8 o'clock the place was ' jam-full" of people to witness their pleasing perlormance. The entertainment began with a drawing-room scene, Mrs. Taylor awaiting the arrival of her husband, who is very lardy. "When he comes he informs her he has met an old friend, etc., but makes amends by saying he has tickets for the opera. He was reminded U103- had promised to play for a church festival, and at her suggestion proceeded to practice some of their pieces. The "Larboard Watch" and the Mocking Bird" were sang in an excellent manner, followed by a banjo duet. They then left for the festival, and "3Iike," the handy man, and 'Kitty," the house maid, (same persons) put in an appearance and amused the audience for a while. Little Mattie then made ' her appearance and personated the characters of the "Dashing Belle," the "Fisherman's Daughter," and the Old man of Seventy-one,' all in rapid succession. Mr. Taylor made his appearance ami announced he would show what he could do, and imitated the Trinity church chimes, using two banjos. For the next half hour he ! kept the audience in an uproar over ; his droll jokes and witty sayinjrs. The play ot the "LiUle Orphan," written expressly for Mattie, con cluded the entertainment. In this, piece the favorite of the evening appears in four different characters. The performance last evening was witnessed by even a larger audience than Monday evening. With the ex ception of Joe playing on his two banjos at the same time, there was an entire change of programme. Miss Mattie, as usual, became a favorite with the audience from the lirst. They will make their first appearance before the Prescott public Saturday evening. lteal Kxtate Trail is rpr . Tlie following deeds were recorded in the countv recorder's ollice during the months of J anuary and February, i" addition to those published last Saturday: J M Bright to John Howard Smith, Yagia "Wilson mining claim, siilW. King S "Woolsey to W W Jones, 10 acres laud in section !), sS:j(M. Probate Judge to Jesus Otero, lot o, lunch, u , Alex. StieuaUer to 1 II Goodrich, 1 10 inches on cast side lot 15, block 50, ! sou i J I) P.uinbiirg. administrator cs- ' tate of Frank storehouse, to Geo II : Kothrock, lots 1 1 in block (51 and in block :J4. j John Timmernian, adxunistrntor . j estate of Ouo II Wilson, to James SI ; j Urlghl, whole estate Yagui Wilson,! '),. j i King S Woolsey to Jtanactte Barn- ! ! 11111 X W corner block 5. SV200. I I'robate Judge to J J Gardiner, lot 10 block IT, 5.5.'). J J Gardiner 10 J T Dennis, lot 10 Mock 17, ;f.-0. J T Dennis to Geo and S D Lount, lot 10 block IT, :?S. Thos Howe ta J II Holderby, block -18, 25(). Chan A Tweed to E W Wells, lots T to 12, inclusive, S300. TKUNOXAL, K. Ewald, of tan Francisco, was in Phicnix yesterday. Charles Wellhoil" has again been in town from his station at Maricopa. Charlie gets over considerable coun try, staying but a few days iu a town, except Yura, where the attractions are great. Wm. Stewart, the veteran stage man, was in town Saturday. J. Erickwood and F. Stein have arrived from Prescott. Mr. Gardner and wife have re turned from Tucson. M. D. Young, the well-known freighter, has put iu an appearance on ouv streets. And Williams and 1. W. Uegold, two Prescott gentlemen, left 03' to day's stage for the railroad. The first named gentleman goes to Kala mazoo, Michigan, and the latter to Colorado. C. P. Mitchell is in town from Prescott. The Tucson fftur says: We called a few days since at ''llajden's on the Rhine," or the ir' ditch. Colonel ! Haydcn has one of the busiest coun- try places in the territory. His mill j is running constantly at its full ca ! pacily, and the farmers for miles ! around find a ready market at this ' point for all their grain. The colonel j has recently purchased a sugar-mill, j aud it is now in running order at the fern-. There is a large amount of i sugar-cane raised in that vicinity, : aud tho purchase of a mill was nec essary to meet tlie wants ol the trade The immense water powerat Harden j ferrv .Makes flu, .mllm- orooortv, ! valuable, and the t-uei'L'V and i cnterpr'e of Colonel Ilaydcu has won for him a trade which cannot help but increase from year to year as the development of tlie rich ngri cultural district progresses. A large number of neat residence buildings arc being constructed in Ihe c lutein poitioa of town. ARIZONA. Interesting News From All! Sections. THE CONTRACTS AWARDED. AfliiiSiovernorlosperAii)olnts Xcw I'riMon 'oiiiini."isionerw. A Iaricoiia ?Ian IJecives an Ap- point mciit. Tlie Railroad Approaches Valley. Criminal antl Other .Vcws from the Capital. SPECIAL DiSPATCHES TO THE HERALD. jt'Mi'ED hah.. Pkkscott, March 10. Xicanora Rodriguez, the notorious Nevada an.l Arizona stage robber, has jumped his bail. stanton i:f.i.easi:d. Charles P. Stanton, Irish Lord, was released by court commissioner Ilargiavc on a writ of 7fi!ci: corpu from three charges of grand larceny, on the ground of insufficient evi dence. NEW COMMISSIONERS. "William 31. I'uffum has been ap pointed prison commissioner, vice DeLong, resigned, and J. 1). Ilmii burg, of Pluenix, vice J. Colling wood, resigned. CONTRACTS AWARDED. The following are the lowest bids opened by the quartermaster Mon day: WHIPPLE. Com, M. C.oldwater, sS:j.3.); barley, C. "W. Ueach, s:.47 to No. 'JO; bran, X. Ellis, No.l!:!; hay, J. II. Lee, gram ma, !?40..j0; hay, J. II. Lee, bottom, :J5.S1. CAMP GRANT. Larky, A. E.Jacobs, si.OS to 1.25; corn, Jacobs, .3.43 to 3.0:$; wood. S. Urachman, hard, $4.!)5; soft, 4.75. m'dowei.i.. Parley, Isadore Aaron, 0.:J: ; wood, Slankard ii Black, hard, sS.-O: soft, kT.!).") ; hay, X. Ellis, haled alfalfa, js:-2;i.l2; F. Fowler, loose alfalfa aud bailey, '-1.5' 4-5. c.vmi- VKiiiiK. j M. Goldwater, all corn, So.OTU'; W. S. Head, barley, S:!.'J5 ; Geo. Hull. all hay, tS-Jii.: W. S. Head, all j wood, s.j.-jO; hay, local bid, s-J-j...j. dki-ht at ciu 11K.M). A petition asking the 8. P. K. H. to eIahiUh a depot at Gila Uend t. con. nod with a road to he built to that place from l'rescott is being circu lated and signed by everybody in town. Yima, March IT. Two hundred and lii'ly Chinamen returned from the front to-day. Hails laid 108 miles from Yuma; grading completed !5 miles beyond last rail. Special train with Crocker and several railroad officials returnud to uight from a trip 1 to the terminus. WaMhiiiK'toii XeivM. Washington, March 10. Randall was elected speaker of the house yes terday on the first ballot. McPher son was elecied chairman of commit tee of military afliars; and Davis of West Yergiuia chairman of commit tee on appropriations. Contracts at Camp 3IeIotvell. We are indebted to John Y T. Smith, of Camp McDowell, for fur nishing us with the following bids received and opened by the quarter master at that post : Sheridan it Clark, barky hay at !J1T.50 per ton of 2100 pounds; same parties sorghum at A 15.00 per ton of 2100 pounds. J. Y. T. Smith 250,000 pounds barley at 1.73 per hundred pounds; 250,000 pounds at 1-S5 per hundred pounds, hard wood 12.50 per cord; soft, 50 per cord ; charcoal, surface burned, 70 cents per bushel. JScf, David Ilorst, 1:J J4-100 per pound. Krcisslit Arrival. The following freight has arrived at the end of the railraod for this sec tion : March 8. Plurnix J Ee Earr, V-i liquors, 2-')()5; J Samter, 2 hats, 100; E Irvine Jc Co, 4 uats, 32.3. Gillelt Anders & Eowe, 11 medi cines, S4.3. iUh Pluenix E Irvine & Co, 2 i shovels, 2 dry goixls,:!3 ; Eliis Asher i & Co, 15 groceries, 41 sundries, 42:J5 ; j 11 Hi McDowell J Y T Smith, 4 ' tobacco, 273 j 12th Pluenix SI 'Edwards, 40 groceics, 11 fruit, 2 liquors, 4810; I Sheriii" Maricopa county. 1 safe, 1300: li'"! -lt:l -v ClUCK5 1 c,oul- l"S 1 hardware, -110; J EcbalT, 1 l'''lno 1300. 13th SIcDowclI J Smith, 2T sun dries, 1715. ! Tlueniv II Morgan A- Co 1 .lev ! goods. 255; JLebarr, 10 beer, 1". Ellis A-her & G, 2 huts, 13); (ioUl Kiiiil it Co, 127 council lulls, 30 j j liiiir.-, GC!M. 14th I'luenis II Stroiul, lOirul 303. MISCELLANEorS. Arizona Lottery ! VXDER THE DIRECTION OV Governor J. C. FREMONT. Territorial t'ostujiisxloner. Michel (ioi.i.watfis. I I'reldent. Bank oi-- A HizoxA. Treasurer. In r.cirdanr-e with an act of the Tjeff i.-iluti ve Assembly of Arigom, Territory, and the l'rtnl;ini:iti.in ol' the (iovfrnor . Issued thvrer.nder, 3 Lottery! Will be drawn at Prescott. A. T., on Wedura day, June 4th, IciTu. Act of tlit- liegila nr. An nt to alii in tlie construction of Capitol Iliiilriincrs, and for 1I19 siipMrt of 1'ublic Schools in the Territory ot" Arizona. Be it enacted by the Legislative Assembly of Arizuua Territory : Section 1. It shall be lawful for, and the rifjitt, power and authority is hereby granted lor me penou or Twenty yrurs. ironi the Jst day of l'i'bruary 18, to The Arizona Uevel opment (Company a corporal ion organized aud existing- under and oy virtue of the laws of tlie Territory of Arizona and iU assigns, to srive public lotteries, at which, or by means of which money may be lawfully disposed of by chance, anything- in the laws ot this Territory to the contrary notwithstanding, etc., etc. .Sec. "J. The (roveruor of the Territory of Arizona, aud his successor in otlice, and in the event of the absence, disqualification or dath of tlie Governor his l?srnl substitute is hreby ap pointed a Conmiisstoiicr to superintend the drawing or distribution of prizes in said lotter ies and each of them, and certify to the cor rectness thereof, etc.. etc. Sec. 3 All lotteries drawn under the pro visions of this act, shall be drawn in tome public place to be designated by the Commis sioner, between the hours of ten o'clock a. in. vud five o'clock p. in., and in a manner to be approved by the Commissioner, Sections 4, 5 and ti provide tor Ihe collection of ten per cent, from ull prizes and the pay ment of the same into the capitol and school funds. Certificate of Territorial Treas ure i T. Thomas J. Uutler, Treasurer of Arizona 'IVrritor.v, hereby pertil'v tnat Hie Arizona Development Company lias lliis day filed in my nlliee its acceptanee in writing of the act of wliieh the above is a copy, anil has also filed in my otlire a boinl in the sum of twenty thousand dollars, whii-h liond has been Hp proved by tin? Oiovernor and an Assoeiale JnsTiee ol tlie Supreme Court of Arizona Ter-rilor-. conditioned lor its faithful performance of the rov'sions of said act. THOMAS .1 IU-TI.ER, Territorial Treasurer. l'rescott, February SUtl., Ir'.'X Proclamation of the Governor. TEltKlTOKY OF AlOZONA. Executive lu.i 'r., February -M, 1ST:!. J I. John C. Fremont, Governor of the Terri tory of Arizona, and ex-otlicio Comniisi-ioner to superintend the drawinir of lotterit-s for the support of Ihe public schools etc., by virtue f the power aaj authority vesteu in nte by law. do hereby desiirtiate as the place where til- lr'T.v'l:a I be .irawii by Hie Ari-.ona iy. vcl.ii'uii'iil Company, the Theu'rc in t'rs . wit. the Capital of saitl Territory of Arizona, and the time when the same shall be drawn shall be the -1th day of June. IH71I, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. ni. and 5 o'clock p. lu. Witness my hand and the jrrent seal of the Tcrritorv of Arizona, this 20th dav of Ftbru arv. A. IX 1ST!). I'seai.J JOHN C. FREMONT, Goveriior and ex ollioio Lotterv Commissioner The first f.ottery under the foreiroinir law will be drawn at the Theatre, in l'ryscolt, oq JUNE 4th, 1ST9, I or sooner, if all the tickets are soonor disposed ! of, on which occasion there will he distributed ! 'I'M 1 It TV ON K THOUSAND TWO Hl'N- 1IRK1) A.Nll FIFTY" DOI.LAK.S, iu 2SJ prizes as follows : One prize of $10 (1110 Oue prize of o .(MM) J.MK1 1. IX 10 each T.Weach , Mil each S."i0 each 15(1 each l'HI each -.1 each . l." each JO each One prize ot.- Three prizes of...... Two prizes of Four prizes of Seven prizes of Ton prizes of.. r ifty prizesof Fifty prizes of Fiftj prizes of Oue huudred prizes c THE MANNF.HOF IHSTItlBI'TlON WILL l)E A.s Follows; . Twelve thousand slips of leather numbered from one to twelve thousand will be publicly deposited in a larere glass wheel which wiil then be closet! and sjaled by the Territorial Lottery Commissioner. Two huudred aud eiffhty-two slips of leather numbered in ac cordance with the prizes announced, will be publicly deposited ii: a small iass wheel, which will also be closed and sealed by the Territorial Lottery Commissioner. A committie of seven citizens will be se lected by the . ticket holders to examiue evcry staire of the proceedings. lloth wheels will then be revolved in siirht of the audience, until their Contents are mixed an.l thoroughly miauled. The seals will then be broken aud the wheels opened, and TWO CHILDliKN t'SIlES'l'EN YEARS OF A(iE will be placed, one at each wheel, and a prize and a number drawn at vlie same time. The wheels will then be closed and revolved, and another number and prize drawn, and this process repeated until the s-2 prizes are all drawn. The holders .if tickets healing corres ponding numbers wiil be entitled to the prize drawu. Only 12,000 Tickets Will be Sold. Whole Tickets 65. Halve. ri.50. luarters, Sl.25. The Uank of Arizona will act as Trasunr, and all miiuov.'i reocivd from al.s of ti.-ket will be .if'jiosit.'d then' to avait the drawinjr. lVl.es will be tiaid ton days alter the drawing. A 11 orders for ti.-kots uiiint be ae.-oinpa"ii.vl bv the i.ione.-, which can be spot iu Brink t Ilmfts .in Wan Franci&co, Certitieates ot l)e- !'oit or i'ostal Money Orders, or by AVells, i t'ar"o .fc I'o's. Kxpre. I Ad,lrMs 1 .'.loioiiiiirntit.nQ ,..1. nil drafts and money orders payable to the order of tho Arizona Lottery Copuiany. l'resuolt, Keirisl.r a!l lotlors containing dr.ife or post al older;.. 1 o avoid lorgeiiei), ouv no tu-keta e-itept re;u:,.r uia. ul-.iui GOLDMAN & CO. COE.PSV3AN CO. Jobbers and Retailers of GENERAL MERCHANDISE ! PIIEXIX axd PICKET Have just received and 5000 Pounds Crushed Sugar, 5000 Tounds 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 A"ege- tables, Cutting packing. 1000 gallons Coal oil. Safeguard Co.'s brand, fire test 150 3 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 Chemical:- A full line of Harness av 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. ALSO A full line of "Wines, Liquors. Tobaccos and Cigars. "Vc have imported as large a stock of staple goods as our warerroonis are capapablc of holding, and with the intention of selling whole packages at SAX FKAXCISCO PRICES (Freight added) Seed potatoes, Flour, Hay aud Grain always on hand. Blue Stone for sale. Call POST ARIZONA. ofier to the trade at Reduced and convince yourselves. Goldman & Co. MISCELLAXEO US JOUX D. VOST U. 8. CROUKEK. H. S. CROCKER & CO. Stationers and Printer. Xii. 401 it 40.1 Sinomt strttt J"'iiicitii'0. Sin Solicit tln rt.nae of reslileats of Aiizow, uttering a wall aelaoted stuck of (STATIOXKHY. SLAXK MOO KM. WJUTIXU 1APEB Farticular attentive glroa to Fine Job Printing FOR Merchants and Bankers. MINING CORPORATIONS V. ill find It to their advantairo to aeud u tb.ir ordora, as we make this olaas of work a spec ialty, CERTIFICATES OF STOCK Printed or Lithographed in finest style. COMPLETE SETS OF BOOKS. For all Incorporations, at Lowest price. CJThe National Gold Medal was awarded to Bradley & Itulofson, far the beat Photo gtaphs in the United States, aad the. Yieaaa Medal for the best in the world. 4 Ja Montgemery Street. San Fraaeisoo H. Morgan & Co. "Washington St., Thoenix AND Moi'gan'u Statiou on the Gila Hirer Importers and Dealers ia Groceries and Clothing, Dry Goods, Liquors, Tobacco, Cigar&j. &tJ:. At prices to suit the-taine q , 5j; Geo. L Loring, Deales iit IomestIe and Input. ..-o: CIGARS, PLUG AND SMOKIXG TOBACCO'S, '"" Of all the Leading brands which I am selling at Eastern Pkices. Dou't forget the Slorc -n ith ToiloiEce. U'Otl'