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THE PIKEXIX HERALD.
HEHI-WEEKbY KDITIOX, GOSPER & McCURTOCK Proprietors. Wetfneisday April lO.'ISta. Hon. Toiu Fitch is playing 'Rich elieu" at Baldwin's Theater, Say Francisco. Boston, even Boston, is said to spend eijfht dcllar fur toh.icco to each one dollar she spends for brer.d. A rosTAL-CAKD from 51 iduletown, X. Y., properly directed and sent 13-n-ay of experiment, recently pased around the globe in ninctv days. About twelve hundred men have been set at work, recently, in the Hutro tunne l at four dollars per day, aud a Nevada paper says there is about twelve applications for each I I ace. Tiie "White Lead Manufaetury in San Francisco uws lead ore from Utah aud Arizona. It is not im probable that a fjtiite extensive trade may spring up from our lead ore, How perfectly worlhkts and in the wav. A call has been issued for the meeting of the California Democratic State Courention at .Sacramento, May 27th. This means business, especially if the new constitution should be adopted, which will cau.se a complete chanye of vff lirs. The Georgetown Miner says that at tUe Stereos mine, near Gray's Peak, Colorado, on sinking a sh-ift the ground was found to be frozen to the depth of 3o0 feet, then a warm streak down to o-jO feet, when frost was again encountered and the ore showed frost anil ice through it. The mine is 12,000 feet above the sea level. During the year ISTy orer twenty thougaud applications were made for patents, and nearly thirteen thousand issued. To run the patent depart ment for that year it est the govern ment $5lf3,02.fe'J. The receipts tor patents issued. Ac, amounted to iJ12.ji.37o.35. Excess of receipts over disbursements S1-32,SU2.C0, a very tfne showing for that department. The N. Y. Tribune, in describing tbe large locomotive ''Uncle Picis," being built for the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fc railroad, says it is ''sixty feet from lse.idiijbt to rear end of tender" and iheu that "iu passing over the grades one end v.-ill often be three feet higher than the other." One foot of grade in twenty, eh ? What eastern paper v.ill get up a locomotive that will climb a tree? Ex-GovEKSOn Downey, of Califor. uia, a president of one of the L"s Angeles banks, loaned money of the bank and contracted that he should share in the profits accruing from its use. There were large profits, the bank sued Gov. Downey for the mon ies he had received, claiming that he acted in the capacity of an officer of the stockholders, and hence was doing business for the bank iu so using its funds. The bank recovered judg ment against Downey for its portion of the profits. TltAVELmiS who have recently been in the southern part of the territory inform us that it' anything Phujoix it improving more rapidly than Tucson, , and that the improvements of Phceuix ! are more perfhanent in their charnc-: ter than those b'tin.ar made in our "ancient capital." Enterprise. 1 The above is a deserved compli ment and we are pleased to note this friendly spirit of the Enterprise to wards our growing town. L'ntil about one year past Phttnii was but little thought or talked about com pared with the thouglit and talk given to Tucson ami Prescott. Now I'hcenix i3 being considered by many ot the best and most liberal minded business men of the territory as the coming toTrn or city of our young Commonwealth. The time is not fr distant when Phoenix will be without doubt the leading commercial, edu cational and political center in the Irnitory. The Herat,!) has advanced this thought from time to time, until wc find many others are now agreeing with us. We have the decided natural advantages of other towns, and then our business men are more, wide-awake, and enterprising and manifest a stronger public spirit Blood will tell. ItAM KOAD WAii. A railroad war U threatened in Colorado between the Atchison, To Jieka & Santa Fe and Denver A: Kio Grande railroad people. It seems the Denver fc Rio Grande people leased their line to the Atchison, Topeka & Hanta Fe folks for a term of years and now propose to "crawfish" and wrest the line from the hands of the other company by force, having jailed to invalidate the lensc. To this end the Denver ife Rio Grande f.!ks laid a plot to seize the trains on the- road the night or' the 8th instant, but the Atchison, Topeka fc Santa Fe people pot wind of the matter and ptopped the trains to prevent capture. It seems the Invading" party had dis tributed arms among their employes to d ii. hoHinjr por-Tioi; v.i;-n oneo nht .lined. THE IXUIAX SCAHE. During the past week or two much has been said by individuals and the several papers of the territory, about the danger of an outbreak of the San Carlos Indians, the likelihood of our having a bloody Indian war within our limits, c. The Enter prise, of Prescott, especially has been exercising its bowels of compassion over (he impending and bloody war that was sure to follow the escaping o:' the painted warriors from the res ervation. Wo are inclined to think the Enterprise made an extra efl'ort to get up a little sensation and inter esting reading matter for its sub scribers. While it is among the possibilities that we may experience again in this territory a cruel and bloody war wiih the Apaches and kindred tribes it is not at all probable, aud th' rcfore it is very foolish aud unwise for our citizens to give play to their imagination, and let their cool aud better judgements he dor mant. Especially is it unwise and almost criminal for the newspapers of the territory to give rent to teel injs and thoughts originating from an overdrawn picture of what miyht be. Arizona has been kept on the back ground of rapid settlement many years from the fact of the hos tility of the Indian toward the white settler, and the fear of (linger from the red man when no fear ought to have been entertained. In the inter est of peace and of commercial pros perity within the limits of cur now rapidly growing territory, erery good citizen and periodical should refrain from giviug one word of alarm ex cept where there is or may be a real necessity for so doing. V, ith our numerous military posts aud camps, and our well organized and disci plined army, under the able com mand of General Wilcox, the De partment commander, the outbreak and murderous attempts of tiic In dians we apprehend would be of bhort duration. Let not the wheels of commerce be clogged and the stream of increasing capital be turned back upon itself by this in judicious and unnecessary cry of In dian war. ISCOHPOHATE. Now is the time for incorporation of the town while it is young and growing. This should have been at tended to last session of the legisla ture. There should be hands, csrciul hands, to train up the town "in the way it should go," to care for its streets, its squares find the town property generally. There is already an evil making itself painfully and obnoxiously apparent. We refer to the cemetery. Already buildings are going up about it. The time will come not long hence when it will be in the very midst of our town unless removed. A well-filled pave yard is highly productive of disease, poison ing the water of wells in its immedi ate vicinity and loading the atmos phere, to some extent, with its death ly vapors. The cemetery should be at least two miles beyond its present location. This removal cannot well be enforced until we arc an incorpo ration. Fine water works could very readily be constructed for the town, but we must be an incorpora tion in order to properly protect tbe citizen and give assurance to a com pany willing to bring the water in, in proper shape. There are many other projects and privileges that would accrue from incorporation, such as the abatement of nuisances, etc., but let these suffice as examples. The town is here to stay and the more beautitul and attractive ne can make it, the more will it be chosen as a place of residence and therefore the more will its business be in Greased. Town organization is best handled by means of incorporation. Shall we incorporate? AH3IV OaWKitS. Special orders .No. 41. Major James Biddle, Sixth Cavalry, Acting Assistant Inspector General, will make an inspection of the troops and post of Fort Yuma. Cal., and of Yuma Depot, A. T. Special orders No. 42. I. Major R. II. Towler, Paymaster, is relieved from duty as a member of the General Court Martial in session at Fort Whipple, A. T., by virtue of paragn.ph 6, Special Orders Xo . 23 current series, from these Ileadquar ters- II. The commanding oflicer, Camp Bowie, A. T., will grant a furlough for three months, to take effect upon re-enlistment, to Private Nicholas Bauers, Company C, Sixth Cavalry, with permission to apply to the As sistant Adjutant General, Military Divison of the Pacific, for authority, (under the provisions of paragraph 2, j General Orders So. 49, A. G. O., sc. i ries 174) to go beyond the limits of ; the Division, i Special orders No. 1-X I. Second Lieutenant Ldward L. Dravo, Sixth Cavalry, is relieved from duty as a member of the Board of Officers', ordered to mee t at Camp Mi-D.wt!l, A. T on the 15th instant. ! In- Special Orders No. 30. cunent ' seric. fn'm th"se Il.-adipi niters. II. Captain John M. Norvell, Twelfth Infantry, is detailed as a member of the Board of Officers or dered to meet at Camp McDowell A. T., on the. 15;h instant, by Special Orders No. GO, current series, from these Headquarters. Do you know that a w ise and good man does nothing for appearance; but everything for the sake of having acted well ? The latter part of a wise man's life is taken up in curing the follies, pre. judiccs and false opinions he had con tracted in the former. j Select your object in life, and then make it your great aud eosntant. aim j to attain'it. This is the only true j principal of success in any depart j ment of labor; the great principle j acted on by men who attain anything j like eminence. They select their ob ject, for Ibe most in early life, and ! then pursue it with unshaken reso- lution, and firmness. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. jXotiec to Creditors. Estate of Levi Pitts. receawd. Ni'tiee is hc--by iriven b.- the ur.dersie-ned-exeoutO'-"f t'.e Inst wVl ami testament of I.ev: litis, deeens'-d, to the ereditors of Rfcl nit pri'it8 liRvinir oln:nil aeainst 'lie ssid rfe eeased, to eThihit tbm with Hi no' ss-irv vi:ehers within -en months nfto the first pub lication -f this no'i no. to Hip sai l rxooutor. r.t Ins residence in P'-ie-iix, Mric"R oou- ty. Arizona. Jt'SI' S E WHARTON. Executor of the last wilt ot Levi i"itt, de- c-ancd. rt 'to i at Ph.enix. A. T., April 10, 18"9. I 77-4 vr. Blacksmith Wanted. A pood pnral TtrVinan waited to wrfc by llie rfny, or us partner, with a first-clas tragoir m uk or. A co.id tci of too1 nlrpndvon hnd. WILSON "Jk CAUEY, 15-tf Florence. A- T. FLORENCE 'Feed and Livery j. V. WILSON, Proprietor. Tiie OJdest and Best Known S4a b!e in jV'Iorence. FINEST UVFRT HOnsi'S TO LET 1!Y tlie dav. wek or month, on in'Bt -PHuon- timis. Iced and cme Riven sloes icit m mr M tin strict ("ppsite Guindaui &. Co.,) Fluif uce. For Rent. A BAKEIfY. on Adams strcot, frrl e'n3 I oven and Cxtnics. Inquire at the Herald i otBce. i''-t I IAL0ON !! "WHITE & WALTER3, Propr's. Washington street, pptt:te the Court Iloiie. Imported Liquors, "Wines. ALE & rORTER. The licfct brarris of cicara roiigTatiHr n hand. Tn public art rt-ro'fuHy intomipd that our t-im i to he p the bt bit ealo.ti in I'i'rt-nix P-ivale rooms, card aud reading rooms attached. Tha IVIagnoIia Saloon. MORROW & CO. Proprietors We would respectfully noti'y the public tha wo hare opened a Salo.-n in the new FRAME BUILDING on tbe Corner of AVasliington and Montezuma Streets. The verv best quality of Wine, Liquors aid Cigars alway on hand and sold at prices to suit the times. Give ut a call. 10 tf AGENCY OF TJIE Bank of Arizona, PIICEK1X, A. T. Telegrapiiie or Hislit Exeliangc Ir;iw ii on tlie. Principal Cities of the I'niirtl ttes and Europe. -ILL r-I ROIMSE OH MARE ADVAN Silver Hu'Hon. Terr.- i,i.l irH f'ooi.tv Howls and War'anta. Dis count C lum. r. ial I'lif r. receive lejiis re .aah'et.ii demm d. undertake CoRcmioua and trims-io; a eenera! banking buMu- rn. I tliee 1 i i. f-OTii a m to 4 p m. Vi t .M. W. FAIT?. C: si i.-r. I f l MISCELLANEOUS. Attention ! BOX'T BUY YOUR BEFORE BEXDirjl TO StTt J "Street, St.lCRAMF.XTO. real Bargains. In Emcro'.deriee, from Scents a yard up ward. White Piques from li'i cuts a yaid upward. A spltDdid stock ot Fancy Ginghams nen design. New styles of Sprins- Dress Goods, at 12i, 20 and So" cents per yard. Trimming Silks from 90 cents a yard up SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO OB SKU3. j Sample of every description sent on appli- cation. j Direct all letters, ! L. B E E3 , 4 J Street, r . O. Bet S40, ! 8A RA5IEXTO. ! i Exclusive A cent o' f DOMESTIC PA PER l'AITBEXS. Srring Styles Just out. Catalogues furnished free, on application. Notice. Iliivinff ca'aMMii-d a Fun-liafin? Atfcnry, Mr. I, Bieu will f,'iv Lis pr.-xuai iittvntiun to ; i.il iii ji-rs of a!i kiud su-h as H..o!i and j hce. Fnrniture. Crwckery, Carpets, JMilli n- ; try Good, tirec-rua. rc. Tlt'inir in constant lmsin-ss relations and hav ! inir a thoruUirh iicquaiutaiirf vei'h all tlie lea I- . inr lions-s. hidivs. in .rdfriitffthroii.il Mr. V.ieu will weive tb l:i!J benefit ot his ripe- ; ricr.ee and fii d it more i-dvtiiitajreous than j doing heir own sh"piinir. j Anuress letters. I'. O. Bol ?A0. GEORGE E. jDealer in Domestic and Imported. :0-. CIGARS, V1XG AND SMOKING TOBACCO'S, Of all the Leading brands which I am selling at Eastern Prices. Don't forget the Store with Tostoffice nSGtf J. Samter's CHEAr CASH STORE. I'.emoved to the Walters Bufldinjr on Moutezu ma Street next dowr to tl.e l'rintiny Otiice. The Attention of the Tublio is called to my weliseleeted stock of DSV GOODS, CLOTHIXO, i DOOTS & SHOES, GKOt ES5IKS. LIOCORS acd I'KOVISIONS Whicii I i ror-ose to sol! on the Live and Let Live principle. A word .o the wise is Suffi cient. JllJtri SAJITKK. Montezuma S'reel wi'.1 door above the licit ALT' '.'ttive. MISCELLANEOUS. ii Morgan & Co.; Washington St.. 1'hccnix AND Morgan's iStation on the Gila River Importers and Dealers iu Groceries and Clothing, Dry Goods, Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, &c. At prices to suit the times & CO. 1IAYE OPENED ON Washington street, west of Gardiner's hotel, A la"C and splfeudid Meek of Genera! I M E 11 C 11 A X D I S E . I Which they ofiov to our; citizens at the lowest pos- j sible prices. j Every one is respectful- j ly invited to call and exam- ; ine our stock and prices, The BradshaVV OUntainS IS 01 U n.ACE OF BUSINESS. DON'T GO TO For we will sell you goods RIGHT AT YOUR CABIN DOOR FOR LESS MONEY ! Than you can buy at Prescott aud transport them home. We have depots at Gillette, Tip-Top aud Peck District. Svlining Men take Notice ! And save the bother of packing, The Loss (s Time, and Actvai. Cash, bv buying of ANDRES & RQWE. c6 Son. Successor to A. Goldberg, DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. illitrhcst price paitl for all kinds of 1 T wlr Grain. Y ool ClUllill.v I'lVVl,,...., , ,..c I Orders from the ccivntry solicit aud satisfaction guaranteed. GOLDBERG & SON. Xi'arthe new Itall of WoslffJ' aud t euoi tli. Goldberg SOLE AGENTS. TUCSON. D ALEXANDRA Wholesale Liquor Dealers. Corner or 3IarIeopa and Jefferson Streets - - - Elavins now moved into more Commodious premise oar faeilitiefi for supplying the trade are nnsurpaBswlby any other liouste in ourlin in the Territory. We cordially invite buyers of all classes to rail and examine our goods, feeling confident tliat we can afford to Rive them better value than by purchasing clcsw here. Have ou hand a select stock of Old Bourbon and Rye Whiskies, Brandies, Gins, Rums, Port, Sherry, and Maderia Wines. Champagnes, Clarets, SaiUcrnes, Liqueur., Bitters, and;F.VERYTHi;o appertaining to the LIQUOR BUSINESS. j Solo a;?t.n(s fur ArUona for tbe Celebrated CHAMPAGNES of Perinet & ; Uils, Reiins. IMPORTED AflD DOMESTIC i ; AVi,;..!) they invite buyers to call i ''at they are paying cb-cwhero. THOROUGHBRED Poultry and Largest Stock of Im- M General Pacific Coast ported 'Fowl on the Agent for American Paciiic Coast. Poultry Iew It xxdl Carbolic Powders, make your hens lay kc, on hand. asife and prevent disease. Mv Berkshire Breeders Lave heen imported "direct from Enslamt at "re-it expense. 1 will sell a limited immber ot choice pigs i.K LOW To advcni.su my stock. I am also breeding Poland China Pigs. From stock imported iiireci . ' V , I etters of inquirv, inclosinsc stamp, cheertnli!y answerctt. WII i t VX KILEH. lnipnrter and Breeder, Los Ad.s-cs, C'al. E-ife arrival of fowls and eggs gUiiranteedS3 SALT RIVER Flouring ri ill. C. II- VF.II, Prop. jThe j,ars;est and Best Mill ! in the Territory. j OFi-EHS FOR SALE AI L THE 13 EST GRADES OF FLOUll Iu q-iautitics to suit purchasers The foil' wing: brands constimt'y on hand : j - I I XXX FAMILY F' OUT? (warranted J j EXT K A u A5I:I Y J.XTKA SI I'ERITXE. j OKA HAM CRACKED WHEAT. -ALSO- Brsn. Short and Jliildlinss. Ql'ICl-M. ATTENTION INVITED TO MY XXX Kmnilv Floitr. Every sai-k -f whieh is pi.nr.i t-i d equal to the let inanufuctured i he Terri-o'v or inpney refunded. llavmtra kirire nock of hand. pnrJhnsers will do well lo give me a call brfure i.urchasiug e.aewhere- I-rRlCES-LOV.AS THE LOWEST. I Highest Bricc 1'aitl for Wheat. SI Washington ,-,.,T1- IV I TIIi;nT.l.!C ADK liESI-l-fTM l.L IN 1 ' formed that 1 have mo e.i iiij i ......... i . fffmi htlHct lllt.-IV ZZ'W&X Uwi'hn.ot. ' lie strict attention to bu.-inei-s. 1 hope to nir I raat a fair share vt voal ruiUuDUCC. v:-;. sun:;nvr.(!. .ii Tr.uit'svo. o. PHCENIX, jPliornlx. and examine and compare prices witt Berkshires Addtcsa 67-tf Restaurant. Capital lit.x-K, Plienlx. BEST EATING HOUSE The Salt River Valley. Our Tables are always sup plied with the best to be obtained in the Market. rolite Attention raid to tiw" c C. S.U.AM, lior'rt CALIFORNIA Variety Store ! St. EDWARD Proprietor. VOTIPF.-M'. F.dwards. barinsr left for San Francisco to select n new lot of Uh'.ioe. General Merehan.ti e. all the present .to. k n,ust be M.ld ehea,. lor cash to make ro-m for the new, whii h will arrive iu a few davi. GREAT REDUCTION IX PKK'ES. Thrpiildic are rrspeetf.,lly invited toe.,1! a, .T,Vi..i..e audjuiUe for then.seh . ..e tlo-.r to h- I'!nc:iU Fuur-n