THE PIKEXIX HERALD.
GOLDMAX & CO.
tSatnrday. May 17.
TOWN AND COUNTY.
Salt Kiver is very lou-.
Plia-nix hoa.sts of a sinking; school.
J. I). Monilioti m eiglis 2:32 pound-.
The boaril of n pcrrisors will meet
n (tic 1'Jlli.
llubbitt meUi! for sale cheap at this
Tom Sherman has resigned Lis
position in the sheriff's o)!ice.
J. C. ICeynoliIs and family' hare re
nnovetl to Iliwnix from Signal.
Mining blanks for sale at this of
Jice. Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Xavy
Joe the restaurant rutin lias gone in
partnership with the Sheriff,
Rates Charged by the S. P. R.
Cost of Bringing Lumber
KlpfBHr Attached to the Ship
ment 'o r Ore.
The name of Hard en's l-Vrry jost
ollice has been changed to Tempe.
Miguel Pirada died at the luspital
("ol Woolsey has returned! from liis
trip to tlie Agua Calionte.
For building lumber, art Wtl-roek
prices, address Clipper Mill Lumber
Sheriff Thomas is out in llie south
western portion of the county with
.1 M. Castaneda and family, liarc
arrived from Si-gnal, and taken ux a
lcrm:ncut residence in I'ltK-nix.
Tlic townsnd valley W rapidly fill
ing up with straiigers, si.fi new faces
on the street are many.
Bricks are Van dollars a thousand
in this city (ii-jner :lian adobes ta
Plm-nix isflie pfirrst and most or
tlerly town iu the teirt'.ory, owing, of
course, to her excelleat officers.
Mr. Clark, of Clark Sc Adams, Pres
cott, arrived lr jn wale comeyauee
seito sioo ... si no
A large brass ker was lost vestrr-! " 100 to $500 " 27 150
Tay near Irvine's new bui Win-" The ' " $500 to ? 1,000 " 32 80
finder will please return to this office ! vc'r ?1'00 37 80
i From Gila Bend, $1 fc'O; and from
J- W.C'o-ilmrn is x--proprietor of Texas Hill, $4 CO less Uian above
Ihe saloon on the corner of "WashJnsr- ' rates.
ton and Montezuma, formerly kept ! Ore iu lots
The special freight agent of the
Southern Pacific Railroad, Mr. Thos.
M. Cash, arrived in town on Wednes
day morning last. His visit is for
! the purpose of examining into the
business of this vicinity and to see
what is necessary to le done in order
to secure the irreatest amount of tratic
over the road he represents.
The following are numd as the
through rates from Eastern points to
From New York 1st class, $8
class, SJj ; :ui class, So: 4th class, ?.j
class A, $4: class 15, 3 50; class C,
3 25; classl), 3.
From Chicago 1st class, 7; 2d
class, $G; 3d class, 5; 4th class.
$4 50; class A, $3 75; class B. 3 50
class C, ;) 25; class I), $3 per 100
Rates oa lumber per carload often
tons from various points in Califor
nia to Moricopa.
From San Francisco 23S 00
From Maderia 220 50
r rora Wilmington 1!3 00
From Los Angeles 178 00
Kates on canned goods trom San
Francisco or San Jose 2 50 per 100
Rates on ores of 10 tons or over
' from Maricopa to San Francisco, Sac-
i ramento, Melrose, Oakland and Oak
I land Wharf.
i Valuation per ton of 2,000 pounds.
' Xot over 35-.. $1C 80
i From 30 to $!i0 inclusive 17 80
News from Yuma. Maricopa ana
!y M r. Coitou.
We learn (hat the Maons. Odd
Fellows. Knights of Pylhias and
Jood Templars will jointly oerupy
.Stei.iaker's Hall as a lodge room.
JoKiah Oregg fcwt this season vm
1 r cultivation, twif-) acres ot peanuts.
Jr. m which he will get eight thou
There will tic- preaching in the
Tabernacle near the south west cor
ner of the Court House Square, to
morrow at early lamplighting.' Sab
lialh School in the Church at 3 p. in.
Loring has on the rod a liaud.-ome
of one ton or over, -10
j per cent, in advance of the above
rales; in lots of four tons or over 20
per cent, to above rates.
Valuation on which above rates
will be based, will be the market
price of ore at destination to be dcte-.
mined by assays made at owner's ex
pense, and subject to veriflcalion by
the railroad compauy-
)n base metal add 20 per cent, to
Charges on ore in car load: must
be guaranteed, and on lots less than a
carload must in all cases be prepaid. '
From this point Mr. Cash wiil pro-'
eved to Prcscott, and on his return. !
SPECIAL PISI'ATCIIS TO THE SEMI
Yl'M.v, My 17th This morning's
Col. C. E. Howett, Professors Blake
and Plumb left Wednesday by the
steamer Aubery for up river.
Four hundred Chinamen from the
railroad front arrived here last Thurs
day bound for the land of the CUrun-
icle and Denis Kearney.
A. Todhunter, rector of St. John's
church, at San Francisco, will arrive
by this evening's train. His mission
is to establish the Episcopal church
at Phu'nix, Florence and Tucson.
Makicoi'a, May 17th.
The raiload terminus moves to
Cnsa. Grande to-morrow. A falling
off" in business was anticipated, but
nothing serious. Most of the forward
ing firms open branches there.
The new depot hotel and Jones'
Theatre are rapidly approaching
completion. Xew canvas buildings
are being erected daily.
Col. R. R. Haines of the "Western
Union line was here yesterday ar
ranging with the U. S. M. Teletrraph
Kv virtue of an execution issued out of
the" Uisuic; Cu-.ri of the Second Judicial
DUtrict ef tii j TtiTttor- of Arizona, in acd
lor the cocutv of Maricopa, duly tested on
the Oolh tifiv if April. Is??, and lo lne direct
ed upon a judgment njuiie and entered in
s:iiu court :ieainl .Ismes llnett. and in
lavor of Hiram II. Linville. in a cause in
said court entitled -Hiram li. Liu
vilie against James Daeett. ly which said
execution I am commanded to make the
se.ui of SUr.W- the judgment therein and
iiy.rsJ cols and tiie acciuins citsts thereon.
1 have levied upon and will sell at public
auction a the court house door, in the town
of Phoenix, county of Maricopa and Terri
tory of Arizona, on the -lit day of May,
ISri. hetween the hour-; of 9 o'clock in the
inornoj and S o clock m lur alieruoou of
said dar. the following properly to-vit :
All the interest of the 'aid James Daggett
in and to a certain growing crop of wheat
now iro'.viu upoa the uuth Itaif ol the
outheftst quarter of section cieht. in town
ship one. north of raue three east of the
il m . on a Salt Fiver meridian uufl tlje dis
trict o! lands subject to sale at the Land
Ofhce at Florence. Arizona, and all the riht.
title and interest in said ?rowiuf crop that
the said .Tames Pairirelt had at the rime of
the entrv of said judgment. lo-wit:oulhe
JTith dav of April. lsrH.
This the SOih dav of April. 1S7!.
li. S. THOMAS. Sheriff.
T.v II. V. McDonald.
Fifty Thousand Dollars Worth
H. fsiorgon & Co.
Xotiee to C'rotlitox'H.
Fstfiie of Mil-had Rra uncart, doccaspd.
Niiii-e is lifreltv rivtu by Iho muler-unod
sdciiiiistrMlur of ihf eshitc of MichaH
IJrftupirt. de-'a-;d. ti the creditor of and
all persons haviiM; i-lai nisi against the said
d'ceased to exliihit them with the neeessarv
vonchcrs. wiihtn teu niouuiiis after the tlivt
public-ition of this uoiice to the snid execu
tor at hisotlice in Jhu-uix. lai icopa couutv,
HoBERT P. IIlI.AVD-5.
Administrator of the estate of Michael
Dated at I'lnenix. A. T. April iMh. 1S79.
Ttcsox, May 17lli. .
Col. Gray, Chief Engineer of the
S. P. R. R. arrived yesterday. The
railroad cuts through the northeast
corner of Tucson. The depot, round I UmM : P. Trustee
nouse auu macninc snons are to ue
iovem,r iosper (Jffers a reward of Two
Hundred and Kiftv Dollars for the arrest of
Win. Metnrdv who killed John Keefe, at
I-yiix Treek. April 7th. 17!.
I!iiij unit Xotire.
CMI1.LK.SII.VKR MINING COMPA
S' I.eution of principal plaee of business,
S:in Kraneisen, Calif.-mia: locition of wurk.s,
Marimj'a comity, Arizuna TerritoTy XuCicp
Thr is leliDuent upon the fwflowrioe- ile
seribed stock, vn account of ase-ismMit
Jpvid on the ninereenth (i9th) day of March.
if7l. tlt several amonnrn pt-t opposite t'i
nams of the re?peclive sla.rt hulutrs, us fol
Altiritb.'- Frank " L'l 10
j B-ll M:ss C 2i:4
t IJurekliHlTer A 2iV2
1 Kii-bi C 1", 1 rustle
Just Received at the
located just above the old military
laza at the east end of the citv.
Matters settled satisfactory between
Col. Graj- and the Council this morn
ing. Every one is satisfied and ex
press the best feeling at their act and
modest demands of the Railroad Co.
Gen. Wilcox arrived last evening.
A number of excursionists here
3IU !rr vs. Till welt.
Jadge Porter has rendered the fol
lowing decision in the case of Miller.
vs. Silas Tidv.ell and J. R. Nichols
at Yuma, May 14i!i :
1st: Find that the parlies. Miller
and Tidwell were partners in the mill
ing l.usine.-s from 3! ay 1 lo Sept. C-l.
Budd C P, Trnttfee
Hutld C P. Trustee
timid C 1, Trustee
Iladd V V, Trustee
ltudd C P. Trustea
liuild C P, Trustee
Hu.i.i (! P, Trua-ee
rltnlii C P: Trustee
ltudd (' P. Tnittee
ltudd C P Trustee
Hil'id C 1. Trustee
Ii:tdd U P, Trustee
Hrowu V A
Hroi.ks OH. Trustee
ItrooksC II. Trustee
ltur.'Umller Mr A
llurelihalter Mrs A
Purckhelter Mis A
llurekhalter Irs A
liureklialter Irs A
Hates S II. Trustee
11'ii.haiu B li
I'hest-beroiiirh A Trusts
Cottle It K
1 rhuiii ' ir;i
Klstun TU..:na S. ..
Klston J II
Eaten .1 II. TrustEe
That the partnership in the j A" ""l
business closed on the 24th ,; x
uay oi c-ei'tem oer.
1S77, 14. days, that the working
ol the mill was VM.
Kuiler A A. Trutee
soda fountain. It will arrive in ; he will be .'lad to receive snv snr.
coure of a week, when George will gestions our merchants may have to
lr ready to furnish the thirsty with a ! make that may tend to facilitate bus
cool refreshing drink. j incss and streugthtn the trade of this
By letter we are requested to an- ' l'orlion f ,he territory.
nounce that Ker. Alfred Todhunter,
Rector St. John's Episcopal Church,
will hold services in Phoenix, Sun- j The IIer.i.! has made arrange
ia , .uay j.)in. i lie tetter asks that ' ments to secure a report of all freight
Sd : That the net earnings of the
business during that period was !,-
i C74 01.
th : That one -half of litis amount
was the share of John A. Miller, and
the same has not been paid to him.
5th: That the said Miller rented
his one-half of the mill to Tidwell at
the rate ot 100 per month, and that
the said Tidwell has had possession
of the mill and use of same for twelve
months, only paying the sum of $125
rent, therefor leaving balance due to
Miller for rent of mill of sl.07j.
Cth: That Miller advanced to
Fuller A A.
SI 1 so
I S 50 I
Morgan's Station on Ihe Gila, lliver
Importers and Dealers ia
Groceries and Clothing,
At prices to suit the times
3 3 3
DIRECT FROM TIIE E 1ST, and especially selected
for this Market by Mr. A. Goldman, comprising :
Latest Xovelties in Calicos, Dress Goods, Shawls and
Fuller A A. Trustee
I' erry Cir-m V..
(.irtrdiier II S.
f-iil.iu ;.. W
II en ley Ilureljiy
Henrv A J .
Hill j W
Hill J W
Harris .1 W
H.,ire II I,
j Hawkins J C
' Hawkins ,T C
f Hatrkins .1 t'
Haves Mas L M.
Hart It I
some church member be requested to i for Prcscott, Phrenix and adjacent i T;dw--!1 tlie sum ol" cash, which
find iim n1-iA w-1a. . . . -: '
N. Mercer, the exiorienced scwing
niachinc inan lias taken rooms in the
building diagonally opposite the
postnfhVe. He will remain bat a few
weeks and those wishing to purchase
now will have a good opportunity.
All who have machines out of gear
.should take this chance of having
them put in running order.
The following list of letters, remain
uncalled for in Wells, Fargo & Co's. i
-office Phoenix. May 17. 1S7!): Don E I
Abbott, Hen Cora. M M. Elders. "VV
11. Greenup, John Griflith. Y H
Walker, Geo. II. Wyman, J. Wood.
ThesheritF of Ventura county, Cal- !
ifornia. j.assed through M etlue.-Uav !
sections arriving bv railroad at Mari-
! copa. The following is all that ar.
rived since our last report:
Tt'KSDAY, MAT 13,
Prescott I) Welloomy, 100.
AVhipple U S, 10,057.
Verde U S, 1,047.
Phrcnix J M Castanedo, C,!)71 ; E
Irvine & Co, 2,025; .1 Simon, 520; E
Ganz, 1,540; Geo II M Lull is, 305 ; W
Isaac, 375; II Morgan & Co, 55.
Prescott J Marks, tHO; F S Chad
bourne &, Co, 2020; D Shirpser, 1S13;
TC Pray, 3:50; L Eashford &. Co,
m00; C T Hayden, 720; F G Parker
Whipple U S, 122.
Prescott I) Levy it Co, 3745; D
amount has cot been paid and h now
bound home, having in charge a man ; C Thome, 20; Gold-ateri Co, 770;
named Jell Howard, who was convic
ted of murder in the second desree,
committed in Ventura, but escaped
before sentance being passed. He was
arrested in Prescott.
.lessee Morrow and A. ICeutncr
both of Fresno, who came ont on the
excursion train, left for home yester
day auorning. The former is associa
ted in business with Ir.t Stroud of
this city. The latter gentleman will
no doubt open a mercantile establish
W 15 u! fui li. 420; Sam Hill, 0S5; A J
Mason, 470; W A Fuller, 45,040.
Phtenix M Pesqucira, 2025: ML
Peralta, 34G0; I J Gardiner, 2S0 ; E
Irvine A- f'o 2015- Hrown A- Driniel
l.-rfl- ,TW,,v TOO - ;ol,l,.-,n A- f the defendant, the sum of .v7,012
713; Packer & McKenna, 140; M El.
wards, 815: J li 1) & Co. 1910.
The following is the passenger
rivals and departures, by Gilme
Salisbury's line, George. E. Loring.
31c. Ciorge "cale, phnnographic j :,Scnt
Court reporter from San I)i-e;t ai d tiii hsday.
au Eernardino. called at our office 1 ,,,Hn- M,u,u:. "' '" JU"' '''
is. Mieecly, Jesse .Mori ow, A-
, called at our oflice
to-day. 11c has just returned from
San Piegn, and in a few days wii'
flnK-eed r.s PiKeni.v, A. T.. where he
has reeeived the appointment of
!ti--ia! Court reporter. L. A. Com
mercial. A iict.- jKislal route lias j-tst been
established jMtwt-eu Col ton, Califor
nia and Fort Mohave in Arizona.
The routo goes through the Cajou
l'ass and .along Ihe Mohave river,
via Tecopirand Ivaiijiah. This wi'J
be a grcj:t co:ivciitetce for t::e mi;--rs
in the great mineral rcgiuu
Going north: A. 15. Burdick, W. A
Fuiler, J. B. Wilson.
(ioing south: W. I'og.m.
M. L. Peralta arrived from Wickfii
burg, Charles C. Hall stojipeJ al Scy
mour. THIS MOHNINii.
J. M. Myer, S. Schwilk, S. Ecunett.
D. Mun v. Wm. 31. Griflith.
due and owing to said Miller by the
7th: That the said Tidwell used
and took possession of a certain
furnace of the value of stlOO, which
was not included in the articles ot
partnership agreement between 31 il
ler and Tidwell. and that the said
sum of :.00 has not been paid to
Miller, but is due and owing to him.
8th: That the said .1. li. Xichols
is not a proper party in this action,
having no connection or interest in
the partnership business of Miller
9th: That the mill, mill-site and
all machinery belonging thereto is
the joint property oi" the firm, Miller
S: Tit! well
Wherefore, by reason of the av
ar.d the eciuities of the case and the
liudings aforesaid, it is ordered ad
judged and decreed that John A.
Miller, the plaintill", is to have and
recover of and from Silas Tidwell,
with interest thereon at the rate of 10
per cent, from the 24th day of Sept.
1877, until paid, with the plaintiffs
costs and disbursements incurred in
And it is further ordered adjudged
& ami tleerpril tlint lMilfc: tl.o rT-tic tr
this action, the said Miller it Tid
I weil, agree as to a partition of thj
I said mill and mill site and machinery
belonging thereto, in writing filed in
this court within 30 days after tiling
of this decree, then that the Sheriff of
Maricopa county proceed to sell the
partnership property, after giving
due notice of at least twenty days
and titter paying expenses of said
sale pay over to the parties entitled
their respective shares share and
. ..Si 172
Hart II L 2H7:i
Johusnn fi A ..
Johnson J A
Kuauer F S
Kelly I, A
Keene Mrs S C
T.m ;is f ;eo .1
Lucas Geo .1 ..
I.awrenee W K
1-anir .lohn ... . . .
I.avton R P. TrusVe.
I.avton R 1. Trustee.
MeDonalil V A
I McDonald F A
i M llor.aM FA
JIc DonaM FA
I.-ithn p G Xi
j McMcans A C
i Marshall J V.'.
; Marshall J VV
i Martin J E...
Martio J K 2!3S
i .Miluer C H 2!7l
iarlin J M 221!
M i lemiett ( has. Trustee 29
M'Derinott (.has. Trustee 27S
; M'Derniott t'h:ia, Trusteeli So
Martiu Tneresa E 141S
Martin 'V E 2252
Me.ll.kJ K li:!
Miehell George 11, Trus S'3S
Marriott I (1 Sii0
Marriott 1 G Stlil
Marriott I I SiK-J
5' I .
Latest Styles in Fancy Goods, Underwear, Ilosiery
Latest Fashions in Ladies', Misses' and Children's
g'j White Goods.
5 0 J I
1 25 1
f j 00
1- 5 I
25 Ml j
2-. oo ! and Gloves.
2.i 00 ;
5 oo !
25 00 j
"s : Trimmed nnd LTntrimmcd Hats.
25 (Kl ! T-
125 00 ; Loy
1 S 50
2 50 j
37 50 j
Latest Patterns in Clothing for Men, Youths and
Latest Designs in Boots and Shoes.
And, in fact, everj-thing desirable for Ladies, Gen-
V- i tlemen, Misses, Girls and Boys.
TO -Ml !
Fora tine. coo! and spajkhng drink
when at Maricopa go to the Pioneer
hjl-yjs. !'V Cli:i:-aio A; Aheta. :"
nllEIJE CAME TO MY HANTI1. ON
7h ir:t . Three Ha" H-;ses. with
i-K-cJfl!--- h nness vrar!:?. .Ki'.'I all arm,nrl.
C);:e )iran'lei -th the t.-;xrr (- iu c c:rck .
c-J ' t. . b."' ::C b;d eu i-i :rd:: tiner.
Marriott I (i SU3
Nounnan J F 15SO
Not, e ,v- Co II H 21C4
Xolile & Co II H 2:H5
Prceil E H olti
Iiaraiuore K I. its"
Paramore HI 2210
Pon.l Mrs M II Irilh"
I'riee 0 E W7
K .v C E
Uay C F. ..K '5
Reynolds Richard ,.1'5S
Rape 1 C ..llr2
Rupe I) C ..1C(M
liupe Mrs J M . .1255
Rupe VV S . .1253
RnM? M M , .125.1
Sn.ith Geo S . .1750
Smith -.n S . .224.1
Swr.lV-.rd l-ess!ey 7-0
Stein Jtury R . .1:17:1
Stein Mare li . .1540
Southard J 1! " - .1M1
Southard J It . .1042
Southard J 1! .
Southard .1 It . -1K44
Southard J 11 . .1015
Southard .1 15 . .lolri
Southard J It . .1(47
Southard J It . .1050
Southard J U . .1S29
Tilsi u Jll . 774
TttsMi J U . .10:15
Tlernv M . . OoS
Trllliedy John . -1SS0
Trubopv .I.-liu . -1S52,
TrulK.dy John ..l&2 t
W'estover (lil-s .
Wertheiiner C It, Trus. ,2!:t5
Watson R II . .21:ili
Wairstafl A E . .2251
Zwisler C K . .lsyS
taker T H ..1145
And in iu'eordanee with law and order of the
Boiird o! llireetors. made on tbe nineteenth
tl'.tlh ) day f March. 1S7S, so many shttres of
such s.tK:k as may lie necessary will he sold at
toil. lie ..rcttoii. at the otti.-e el the Coinpanv,
Kooin Si: Safe lero-it Ituiliiii.rr, .San Kraneis-
en ahforu'a. on I 111 H.-IIA 1 . the nltveuth
(15th May ot May. Ie79. at the hour of one
o'clock. I. .V . ef sai'i day, to p.--y said delii
'pient assessment Ih rean. together with cost
trS advertising aad eipensea fit sale.
A. (.:. JlfMUXS. Sec.'y.
OrVre Rocm 24 Sa Uep. sit ISuiW'ng,
iiii-.i FrLrlsc. Caiif.r.uia. i.c'I4t
The AVhole Stock lias Been
Purck sed for Cash,
AXD AVILL BE SOLD AT
1 a-, !
C a s
Domestic and Imported.
CIGARS, PLUG AND SMOKIXQ
Of all the Leadinsr brands
which I am selling at
Don't forget the Store with Postofficek
CHEAP CASH STOKE.
Removed to th -Walter Balld'to e Hasten
mm diri. next doer to 3L
Th Attentmnof tne PubHo is cmlleU to V
iretisetecced stock of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHIXO.
BOOTS SHOES, GROCERIES.
I.IQl'ORS od PR0Y1SI0XS
VTfeic.n I propose to lt oh the tiro and I.e
Iase principle. A word .0 tup wise t iufB-
wnt. jn.H N KAMTI'.K.
Montvznms Street one door above te 11KB.
OUR PRICE LIST
"Will be found in the Store, where we shall be pleased
to show everybodj' that we are
SELLING SO LOW
That Competition Becomes ail Impossibility.
' ca to
GOLDMAN & COJl
"1TE KKSPECTFI LLV INDRM THK
KettnltTH of Ari.oo thai we are
pivpart'tl to furnish ou hoof
Fat Beef Cattle,
nt anv scas-on, in ny quaiitttie. and at the
Lowest Possible: Price. The cattle are at
the excellent srrazinir country aruuud Tonto.
Masiu, and 1-n od xmditioti.
e will fHVliiph the retailers In thin pec
tioii with Dressed beef fnVni nur StatihteT
Houses, north of town. Orders solicited.
BALTZ & KELLY. PhOA-utx.
AV. -C. STRtETER,
Cdntratidr and Builder!
OF 1VIAi50N WORK
Plastering 'tntt Frttcaeitig Carefully
and M'ell Done.
Order left wit-h Linvine Wiler proir. tit
le attended tc-
3'"Tue"atOTiall Gold Jcdal as award
ed to JJrsdhty i Jtclofson. for tbc bcM Pho-
rspis in the l sited titcs and tho
t:a Metitu fur ttc best ;u tbe world.
Moutgcmcre ttrcet, .r.n rrr.ncitco.
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