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T.IE PIKEXIX HERALD.
H Sl I- W EEKLY GOSPER & McCLlNTOCK KDITIOX, - - Proorisiors. Wednesday. JI,v i'"t. Is7!. Tnr.nr. is not a day pusses but i a'. tvc nre interviewed by persons ) fi'.i in for small dvrellins houses. Tlnrve is not an t nipry houst: in our village, and from present indications t! -re will be none- for a long time to come. At least fifty families would, make tli im their permanent home could comfortable houses be obtained. An other sreat drawback 13 the U'y'ii rent out of all proportion ivisli :!u price of labor. These tilings are au injury to any growing town, for it has a tendency to drive away fami lies that should be onrr.ui aired to abide with us. F.tni;:ie. give :t lo--.ii a deirrec of nerr.taiiTce not otherwise obtainod; fortney help to support our mercantile stores, and also elevate the moTal standing of a community. En couMge the introduction of families i our midst, by the erection of com fortable dvrcll:o houses and reduc ing von rent. TriE Tre-icott papers are p.otv an v. . catiqg the building; of a narrow- fh nloMnt,.,-! Sav.j;C v.. ..w... ...... ........ with the southern Pacitic at Alanco pa. The JET nUrprite says: With Prescolt as a railway termi nus, the town would soon increase in Wealth and population to a marvel tins extent. Here would be the depot of supply and transhipment not only for the surrounding country but for 3tohate county and northern Arizona Capitalists could be brought into our midst witUout the necessity of endur ing the horrors of buckboards aud stages, and at their ease e.xamin? and invest in out mines. During the mimmer our friends from Phrenix and Salt River Valley, could in a few hours be brought out of the heat and dut of the otherwise deiihitiil local ity, and in the winter ur people ou!d return Ihe visit. Flour, v-aiu nd fruit could be laid down here from Salt River and the fiila at moderate cost, and life could be made pleasanter and mora comfortable in consequence. Secretary: Sitekmax ha? writ, ten a letter to John B. Iiaskin, an ex-Congressman, declining to be a candidate for the ottice of Governor of Ohio; but throws out a hint for the Presidency as follows: "What I would aspire tt in case that public opinion should decide to make me a candidate for President, would be to unite, in co-operation with the Republican party all tile national elements of the country that contributed to. or aided in any way, in the successful vindication of the national authority during the w ar. 1 would do this not for the purpons of irritatm;? the South or oppressing theur in anv wav, but to assert. and i maintain the supremacy of the rational authority to the full extent of all the jwmers conferred by the constitution." If cm.- Aht Kiewe returned from Phoenix where he says the people are defaming (or are tryinpr to) the gruyl nmme of "the only wiiite man's town in the Territory Frescott- Just keep on dearlt !eloved brethren, your vitu jierationa ill fall hack on j our own vile heads. Miner. There is o1 a person of this place but what worffd like to see Prescott prosper, and tfie Hon. correspondent knoitt it to be so. Tok R(Mtrxso the discoverer of the Robinson district. White Pine, Nevada, was thrown from a buggy and killed, at Eureka, on the 15th. Mr. Robinson was well known throughout Xevada, havinrr served ono term in the Legislature from j White Pine connty. He leaves a ' wife and two children besides a host of friends in that State and Arizona. The newspapers of California are Bow tilled with articles, pro and con, for the formation of a new party, to be elled the "cw Constitutk n Par tr." The Chronicle devotes nearly all Its reading pie to articles condemn ing Kearney. From present indica tions, Kearney has the best of the fi;hi- The widow of Daniel V. Stone has given j-2o,000 to the Young Men's Christian Association of Boston towards the erection or a new buiid ing. Several other persons promise liberal cenfributions. TnE track oi a portion of a railroad in Colorado, Las been laid over a mountain pass, 10,2-10 feet above the sea level. 'Tltis is about the highest point railroad men Tvill ever get to heaven. The Senate has confirmed the ap pointment of Joseph IT. Parish, of Missouri, as Receiver of Public mon eys at Florence, Arizona. Wb are indebted to Hon. J. C Campbell for a supply of Congres--i mul records. Tiik Ifousc hns passed thr, "Warner .silver bill by a majority of twenty. ffiy tlie Carson Trihww: It is 4Wi that i. t Mills, rrcsidriit f tjUs Virfrinia untl Tni-1iee Kailniwd, :- purrlwisefl ihe esinio f 3rirk f IopkiiiK in the Centra Pari tic Ifnil Tnnil. Mills 1sprobnb!v the wealth, icsftttian on the Pncific Coast, not ex pptinjr John Tackny. Mills owns TXM),C00 of "Wrstrn Uufon strck, ihe V. T. P, K,. the E.& P. P. IS., u rreflt drnl of Well, Fnrr" fc Co. the J?nik of f':iliffriii;t, ;u;tl hS :i V.:U I; New Mexico From the Alamosa Xcics v. a leave the following." News came up Thursday that thieves had stolen the stock recently tioui the Pecos mail route of the Messrs. Oosirro.vf-s. Tht-r took all the stock fjom three stations below Frt .Sumner. It will t?.Xe all the troop l-nole Sm lias to keep these rfakfi t ia;ii i ncivcs in oraer. Mond-y A f.i.rlv of men came in from Si; ili 'l a i:inn ill'lil ll.-U 1 A iv, an t ru iiorieu l lie i.ame of .laiiic? j en i.illod on the 1'inins j aqotit 100 raik-s east of Sumner. Tlic party started lrom pan Antonio i lor Colorado, coming by way of Con-1 cho. Dunn -ot into a difficulty with j Dr. Ti'.ornttin over a walking cane which reuiii d in iiif- i-in.i wn s; dcMth oi'tl.e inriarr. f'r. Thni:iti"i"i , Cii me n tu S'.iiii.'in" and t.-fi'trtd to j pive himself up, but the magistrate I would not receive him iis the crime was not ccmiE!!!:d in this Territory, j The Alamosa postofTre - ill us a I nioni'v order rr:.c:i ::','c-r Julr 1M I Jucitfe Havt. the nostinasier. has al- ! ready forwarded his bond to Wash- uirrton. A Uirad ot f ii.inni. w mi ap proved snrities was required and the bondsmen had to certify to double the amount eif property of the bonds. Our KcierTat5oi. The Citizen says that Inspector Hammond made two jiro;os;tions to i soive t "u o reservation ji;eMiou : tlic i :i rt to extend the present reserve ! alo,) the north side of the liila t its junction witli j-a!t river, auove pre.s- CUl U,lml WH.I.-UK.-1.1. t."ii.L , ah()Ut th ree miles aoovc its tunction with the Verde, on wh'ch many In dians now live; the second to remove the Indians down the Gila below the junction of it with Salt river In the first proposition, t:ie Indians now south of Salt river were to jo to the north fide in lauds indicated, or down the Gila valley above mouth of 6alt river. In the second a practical abandonment of the present reserve is conienipiate.I, an l tiie lac t tnal it wouht invni-e an appropriatioa by Congress, caused it to be looked upon as a sort of last resort. The department has adopted the firsi-pauird rcpoi I. Tlic time of pi:t- in it into actual lorcc. wc iccn advi.c.l. 11,1, e UOi Isaac C !atcman, the wnl-kunirn mining operator, died at Sierra Madre Villa, near Sun Gahriel. Lo Aogoles ' , , . . IT COlillty, C3Tiy tills ninrEin. J.r. Bateman v,as one of the pioneers of the silver nmuit; industry of tins coast, having first settled in Washoe in tiie early days, and has since been actively engajrea m mining projects and the development of mines. lie v.'fts one of the principal owners of !he Xorthern Belle minr, and was the man who first brought the mines of Eureka dis'rict into notice, open ing tiie Eureka Con. mine under great disadvantages, the smeltin"; in terest then being in its infancy. Br. Bateinxi'. was in tiie -ilish yct'.r of his age and leave a -.vife to mourn his loss, as well as n host l friends among liijh and low. scattered in every city, town and mining camp on the coast, to whom the name of Ike Baiei'.tan was a synonym of enter prise, kindncr.? and ;rord fellowship. His (ieath v. VA be deeply felt in miu mj; circles. t;r w-ierever Hicib was a poor man sti urlii! to open a mine, his thoughts turned t Ike Bateman s ths man to rr.is or furnish the capital. He x.rs larsely identifieil with the mining industries of Ari zona. .Mr. Bateman was an honored Mason, having attained the L'od de gree. S?tJ; Tlrpcri. The York Ifrrnl-f of M?y 2 has the followintr dispatches from Valpar aiso, Chile. April IClh: TheChilean gnuhoat Magallanes was attacked by the Peruvian corvette Union, tons, carrying 70 pounders, with a crew of -lii'l men, assisted by the Pil coniavo, fiOO tons carrying two 70 and four 40-pounder guns. The en gagement took place off the mouth of the river Boa, forming the harbor to the port of the same name. This river forms the boundary line, near the coast, between Bolivia and Peru. The two Peruvian vessels fired 150 shols at tin M'Jeallanes, which fired for'y shells and solid shot in return. The tiring of tiie reiu.ians v. ai tctj wild, the Magallanes onlv being struck once, and that by a ricochet- shot. The Ln ion then stoppea firing and escaped with the Pilco- ! mayo, which was badly damaged. The Chilian ironclad Almirante Cochran has gone in pursuit. The mpnairerie establishment own ed by .1. 3T. French, five miles north of Detroit, was destroyed by fire Mar 22d, the elephant Sultan, five lion?', a zebra, a leopard, stag and many other valuable animals were cremat ed. Loss heavy; insurance small. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Arcade Bi revery, New Briclc Building, Cor. Washington and Jefferson stroets, PiKENIX, AiaZOXA. oolett iPJare of Resort i;i Town. JBK.EE AS COLD AS ICE, wiiich v.c (ft"er for ealc by the Glass, $uart, Gallon or Barrel. HALOOt AXI) FAMILIES I Supplied with BottJcd or Ke Eeer. Orders promptly linen. "j?Fli;a:jti giTc us a trial. C. A. Lt'KE. Jo. TfTALHKIMEH, BtisiuetiK Manager, I'roprictor. CAL!FORf?fA OAKERY, ADAMS SI R1ET, Onv r.htck north nf !( i:i iht rear of C pl.,id"i Ssh und Fresh 15 read AhnyM on 2Ia.nd. RYE AND GliAFIAjf Bit E AD nmdo to orJer; also PIKM A. CAKKS. fW'Vri'ctt to suit the t'lnv'ff. i Lute of S;:n Bfr:i;ii'ii MlSCKLLAXKOi'S. Arizona Lottery UNDER THE DIRECTION OF IGDvenor J. C. FREMONT, Territorial Commissioner. Michel Go"LTvATf-R. ' bank or mnx,. rresideiiL, Treasurer. In f.i-fMnni-p vitb tm fl-t nf th Le2ilni' e.,-.nlv ot Arra Territnrv. nnd tlie Friirlnm-i-iim rtf b" Cl-vi-rnor lss-inl tbTCUMtlfr. a ottbry! be drawn M Prescott. A. T.. on Wcdnej day, June 4ib, l?7i. ! Art of the I.oirilAtiir. A" arf to aid -in The ronstru:iin of CflTvfcl j TltiiMinc. n"fi for Tit support of lub!ii' i Schools in the 1n;nrv o Arizona ' Bj- ti nact"I by th I.eialaiive Assembly of : Arizona Territory : .Section 1. It shiill h tatr-fol for. nrit the j ripht. power noil M:itliorify in hereby ernoteil r--r Tjjo pnol 01 ?"-.-mr years jrom Ti-e ix diiy of l-'cbninrv lr1"!. to :'i!- Arizo-i: Ilt-ve!-,Iiiii-i! f :or p -ny - a e.-rp' r-.ei -n orirniz'-n niol xis'intr under .mil ay virtue of the taws of the Territory- of Arizona and it nssirns. to arire public lotteries at which, or by means of hich monev may b- l.TjrfTlilv disposed of by chance, anyth'ntr in t:ie hr,r"i this Territory to tnt? ron'rnrv n"tivithan(f rtf. - tr. Si--. 2 Th" CiVfrnor f ib Tr itury of j Arizona, pvd hi sit;rrnr in onip. ami in tht- vnt of xhf ai fleiiop. d isqnaTi fiT!.-.n or datli of tbp Governor his lcrtt ftnhstiutr is hrrhy 1 njPinprt a Cnrnnii'sionrr 1o sujirrintpnI tht ' (lr-tivinc" nr (.i'tribnf ion of rr:7.s in 5ai-l lttr- t ! fs am! f-ich nf fripm. niiii fertifr to the cor- ' rectness thereot. etc. ' Sec. tl All lotteries iliairn under the pro ! 1 vi.inn of this ai-t. shall be drawn in fomn j oiiblic place to be designated I V the C'omniis- ! 'sj.,,,,,, iftwwn tin hours of ten o'clock a. m. I ! ;-.d five i.vi. ck i. m , nrd in a n anner to be i I ri"vei by .mU.i.i.1r. : Sections 4. -i ard ' jirovn.e for the collection ; oflen pr, t. trnm all prizes and ths wv ; i nient oi iliea.!uie iutu :Lo capitol and school I i tuna, ; CertiEoKle of Territorial Treas urer. I. Thomas ,T. Butler. Treasurer of Arizona Territory, hereby eertifv tnut the Arizona D.irotoi.ment Company lies 'h:5 lir.y p.li-d in try oITiee i's act-eptjitice in Ti-ritinjf ot the net nf T.-liich the above is a copy, ami has also fled in my o!rte a bonH in the sum of twenty tooiijinnd ilo'lnrs which bond has been nn oroved by the fiovern'-r and :m Astoeiate Jn.ttce of The f-'u-iretne Ci-nrt of A-ir.ona Ter riioiy. o-itiditio-. d tor is f.iithfiil porforn.ance ot tl,e provision of s'-'d act. TlldMAS J Ttt'TT.rn. Terri'o i-.il Treasurer. I'rcscort. r'ebruars 20tl. lff.9. Proelasnntioii of the governor. Tr.'tlMTO V OI A KtZ'iNA. I j Kxfci Tivn TJF-I 'T.. Fcbriir.ry 1S! 5 j I, John C. Fremont, Governor of the Terrt- torv of Arizona and ex-officio C'otniri-sioner i to sope.rin"ii'i tht drnwinr of lotreris for the ! snpp irt of rhe public schoo's etc.. by Tirtue I of the power and authority vested in nio by j law. no heieljy desiirnafe as tha place where : the-first If.Ttrry sha'l be ,ii-nrrn tv the Arizona ltevelopment Company, th Theatre ia Pres coit. the Capital of said Territory of Arizona, and the time when the same shall be drawn shall be the 4th dc.y of Jnae. 1S79, between tbe honrs of 1(1 o'clock a. n. anil 5 o'clock p nj Witness ha'-d and the yreat S'aT or" the Territorv of Vrxona. this iXlrh da V of I'ebnt arr A. D. IS,'.'. Isfai.i .inns :. rnnMoNT, Governor and ex-oSjcio Lottery Coninniaaioner Tbe first Ijottorj nnrler th foreoinj? law will be drawn at the Theatre, in Pretuutt, oa JUNE 4th, 1870, or rofitior, if all th ticket". ar t-w-inr HispTf1 .f m wbirli ofajiion thfre will t i'strib'i-fl T"!'!TYOE THflrSAXD T"A"0 MVS ini:n and fifty ioi.laus. in prizes as follows : One prize ot.... .Sin 000 .. U.nno . 1.500 . l.noOeaeh i'O eairli irit each Ji'O each ill ram 1 't earh 10 each V"' i'": " "' 1 lirte prices of ...... . . Two iirtZKR f Four pr-K of. ......... Seven prize of ...... Ten pr.Zv-sof ....... Fifty prizeiof Fifty prize of Ftf y priznof Uua hundred prizes of. TUT, MAXXKROF niSTPTTirTIOX WILL bE AS F(jLLOWS: Twelve tlionpaad slips of leather nnmbrrcd frum oaH to twelve thonfund will bp publicly deposited in n lariro plas? wheel which will then be rlel and scaled by the Territorinl Lottery Vmmissionf r. Two btirnlred and eighty-two slips nf leather numbered in c cnrilanre wiib th pri7.es annni need, wilt be publicly deposited in a small plans wheel, wliieh will al5 be rinsed and sealed by the Territorial Lottery CommiMionrr. A eommitt-e of seven citizens will be se lected by th ticket holders to examine every tnce of the protieediny.i. Jioth wheels will then be revolved in slight of the audience, until their contents are mixed ainl thoroughly mincled. Th seals will then 1m broVen nI the wbeettt onened, and TWO CHILDKKN UN OK E TEN YEA HS OF AO K wiil be plafed, one at each wheel, and a prize and a number drawn at he jmme time. The wheels will then Ue eloeit and revolved, and another number and prize d'awn. and this process repeated until the 252 prizes are all drawn. The holders of ticket bearing1 corresponding- numbers will be entitled to the prizes drawn. Only 12,000 Tickets Will be Sold. WhoSc Tickets $3. Halves. Quarters, $1.25. Tht Bank of Arizona will act sit Traurer, and all money received from safes of ticket will be deposited thereto await the drawinjr. i'rizes will ho vnitl tn tlavs ai';ar the drawing-. All ordt-rs fi.r tinkers must be aeeonipa iie l by the money, which can be sent in rinnk Drafts on Hun Francisco, OertiSrates of I)e 7osit or J'n-ttal Money Orders, or by Wells, Farr Uo's. Express. AHiIrts a'l comtnnnications. nr.d niake all d ruft 4 and money orders payable t the order of the Arizona Lattery Ccptnany Prescott, iteyiter all letfcrt eontaininjr drnTts ?"pnst al order, i'o av.il ffirycries, buy no tic-tot? exce;, of regular agents. j MISfKLLAXKOCS. MISCKL LAX KOI . Forwardinn and Commission Attention I MERCHANTS, fTL -Svl?V ,,,co,, . . ; mmmm Aler.. wholesale and retail merchants at ( O OO 1 0 '10001 l'K"7l ,r"'-,vl'.i' Hfrk , nmzm i&rH Nb uUUUo ucson, 1)7H?k,JJ phenix, THE PIONEER SALOON. ! WJf' - ! BEFORE SENDING TO , ifjW j CH APFS AM & AHEf?M7:Jj. 0 J Jt!i L V 5 : ! rrornrTor.S. AND ALEXAKDRA, j I Sit J Street, S U KA3ir.5TO. " r- i YKTront. t?rrvj:t8F.K. mti.wt- ! ; Kcc sth! rhlinrli'lpl-ia I.Pccr t:--. r Ml - j v.ays nn hand. Poli-c and atlenive bar- I tenders ninays roady tf otnd In 1 tie wants j of customers. A share of the public patron j Tj - ..to,,,. B:,lm.. yree! Bargsuns. Nothing but the Truth. I W Iflii ffl lf!A In Embroideries, from 5 cents a yard up- Bj jrj g Epjj K 0 M H g g g M yjjf fS H Eg White PiouM lroto 19i e-nts a yd npirard. j ra (sj l na M & S Vm S S M B It JN ew Store And Flrsi-CIass Gccds. .y estaneda Has opn-" h: fin "torti f fi'sf-flns roils in the rr f'trin-rlT ttrrtipird hr ?f . Ij. l"ernita, ot I'oeite the IMaza. Our Stock Consists of a firn-ral A fsortment of Family Groceries, Wines and Lienors, CHOCKERY AXD QUEENS WA RE, Glassware, Clothing. Boots and Shoes, llafs, And Gents Furnishing Goods. Hardware, Agricultural Implements, Tinware, Ci'rars and Tolu Wall Fajier. Klc. ; I Wh ltax tn of tli ipt utl trrt't "rrrfu!!y 1 si f-l .t"ks tf Furry arri ,:tli' ( iiH.t.s i I l'asiir. Vm w;irrnrt ?ln- (iii.iliti vf our r;uds I t m what we rprp:nt thprt.. j Our tiofwif. wiil ! n& lnr a th Fr.ni-1 j I cla5s or juois an be purcliased any whnro in j Call and examine our stock and ' see that we represent to von iiothinrr : but the facts. J. M. CAST A EDA j pnrrd tn rxmiifl h11 work in hit line in tlic bt'-t ftyip at rt'iior.f'i.'it; rate?. A ronmlf r' ns-ortmrnt of AKIZONA Pt'ENKIiY ahvnyp on A full line of Picture Frames and MuuM int'F. j'icturcs framed to ordr. U. H. KOTHHOrK. SARfJETT, ELCCK & CO., Forwarding AND Oom mission MERCHANTS, MARICOPA. A. T. R. E. Farrington Si. Co., Dealers iu General Merchandise, FORWARDING & C0MM1SSJ0N MERCHANTS, Jlaricopa, ... Arizona. All freight cnnp:rned to our rare will h promptly forwarded to any part of l ho Territory. AllICOPA HOTEL, H. W. KLEIN, Proo'r. MARICOPA, :V. T. The pntrortMjrc ot ttir traveling; public is respoctfully solicilecl. The table supplied with the best the muvkpt all'ords ami satisfaction gnar anfood. T!:r;r: vcicctablcs aud fruit for sale. I I Ml Hi S I FRY a m w mm mm m urn a j G Southeast Corner of Plaza. j rj-'HE fNDERSKiNKT). IIAV1NO COM- i it- L'-J plctcil !ilt now -all'rv-. is t.o-vv tin- i A splnlid Btonk nf Fancy N'-tt srvlfs f Sprincr Dress Gooiia, Rt 20 nnl -." cuts per yard. Trin-.minc Silks from 90 cenrs a yard up. tspKCIAL ATTENTION TA1U TO OA IKUS. Samples of every de-criition sent on appli cation. Direct all iettr3, L. BIEN, 224 J Street, P. O. Ko 3-JO, SAfaAMIiSTO. Fn-iiMTp Aural of the 1 )l V KS1 l( ' V i'l.l: E'AITHliSS. Spriii; .St; lea just out. Catalogues furnished free, on application. lotice. TT; vins' pst;iTliOip ! a Fur-ln';Tire AfTTiry, ; Mr. 1 lii-'ii vrili piv his iirr.'nii! attmiion to nil iirii'TS f Ty kind mHi OS H tr nd Shop. Furniture. C'nrf-kfry, Carpets, lillin j try (i.icd.s, (Jnift-riv-s, ftc. ! Tifinjf in ronst.mt bi.n'n-fi relations nnd hrv inir a 1i (UV'Uch iM-fiu iii'lau"- wi'h rM liit en I I isf 1i'iks. .jiilics. in -rdprirtr through .;r. Vitri will rri vt tlit itill h-nftit r hi fxp j r'it4 nnd firil it m.rti td UTita-jeous ihuti : tl-'ins: hir tvn 'n pjrntr. I A i "It -.s lett-r-?. I. O. T'.ox 'MO. ! CALIFOIIXIA Vanelv Store 31. EDtVAP.DS. 5roprietor. NOTICE Mr. Fidwards. havin? left for San Franc;seo to seleet a new lot of Choice Oeneral Merchandi-e. all the present Mock most be sold cheep for cah to make room lr the new, which will aixivein a tew days. G TIE AT REDUCTION IX PltlCES. The pnhlic are respeetfiiUy invitel te call and examine ami jwlire for themselves. NflKt ilor to the Phteuix Kiourinjr Mill. rf-Nnf-kru'-v e TT, ! w i At the rmcramme for the Grand Oleiiinjr Nis;iit of D. JONES & CO.'S STAR COMBINATION OF VARIETIES, At the New Railroad Town of M A K I C 0 P A ! JOES & MATTOOX, I'rorfs. Trof. Jo.s. Cai.ifkiso. JSltisical Dircclor. Wm. IJrkwstkh, Stage lan:isj;r. J. 51. JjOVEi.ace, Sucrelaiy. ori:?viNfi jcir.HT grand itrst taut. Consii'titia of Realty. T?.lnt and Wit. Concluding with thf Patriotic. Finale En titled the -Goddefs of Liberty.'''' Rones, - - - - J. Ca?oy Tntcrlocutor. Uondcss of Liberty, J. M. Lovelace Hillv lirewster Hiss Minmu Browu Olio. MRS. H. T. .TONS. the Pacific Ni-jhtin-".ilo. in her Rndccf of Serio-Comic Soiir-. fotlov.cd bv BREWSTER. CASEY & LOVK I.AiE. in their Great Specialty entitled the "Two Rivnl."' MRS. SENNIK BREWSTER, iu her Fa vorite Ballads. Overture. ACT SECOND. Roaring Farce, "Nau. the Good for Xoth inc.,, Nan, Buff. Mri. Damon. Butcher, fr. F. D. Jones Billy "Brewster Mrs. Jennie Brewster J. Caey J. M. Loveiace Miss M. Brown IVKro. Overture. ir. nn(! ?.f;. Brcwetcr in their Celebrated .Vt. Brnvo Wood. Stn-'. - Mips Florence Ri'svitation. - - Mrs. Ettell Ashley Short Overture. Conc'mlir.rr wilh n Melo Drnmn entitled 'The t-'intt ." written expressly for Jones' Varirtit s. liv Wm. Brewster. Old D.:i. a Kiher:nan, - Wm. Brewster rirn'.c ( hk'l. ... .(. M. Lovelace Heroii:-. - - - Jennie Brewster Yni!!!L' Kish.i'rman, . - - -I. C"a.oy Full Cliorr.. - - By the Company Pirates. Fishermen. Ieaants. fce., &c, by the Entire Troupe. The music for this act if under the imme diate direction of Sir. Jo. Califero, assisted by Roceo Tobracco and Orchestra. i'ine Vines. Liqnont and Cigars Will be kept Ahvays on hnnd. Jjf Huantifiil Yip'iiii T.adies constantly at luuul to courteously attend to tlit; wants of tho iriii'fctK. Kir't ii!L-ht. roitiv'lv no FKKK LIST. JONKS ,t MATTOOX. I'roprictoia. J. Jt. Lo Li..v:t;. Secretary. Wholesale C orner of Ilafieopa auU Jefferson Ov.r connections in Kentucky, Xew York and San Francisco enables n to purchase direct from Manufacturers and Importers, ami haviug facilities it) always carry a large stock, the quality of which wc guarantee, we can sell at much lower figures than any other houso in the trade and can coii fulently invite purchasers to call anil examine our goods before buying elsewhere. i Have on hand a select slock of Old Bourbon and Bye Whiskies, Brandies Gins, Bums, Port, Cherry, and Muderia Wines. Champagnes, Clarets, ail terries, Liqueurs, Bitters, and evkhvi hino appertaining to the LIQUOR BUSENESS.- OR S6a 53 i 11" We would call the attention Wines, Liquors and Clears, tiie Oi sur lied h' tiist-class houses in Han i if 4 J K. J U Poultry and Largest Stock of Im- $ ported Fowl the on Pacific Coast. Carbolic Powders, &c, on hand. ir.r rr,.vi.-t!.iro Krmii'rs Iimvo l great, expense. 1 will sell a limited inimber of choice jiigs VEUY LOW to advertise my stock. I am also breeding - Poland China Pigs. From stocli imported direct from the rIa:-ec Companr. Letters of inqr.irv, inc.losinjt stamp, chrcrfullly answered. Address W1I.I.IAX KIT.KS. Importer and Urcedrr, I.os Ang les, C'al. afc arrival of fowls ant! eggs SuLCL-ssor to A. GoHlbcrr, DEALERS IX GEXEHAL MERCHANDISE. TIirliot. mice paid for nil Vinds of country produce, llules, Grain, Wool etc. Orders from the country solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. GOLDBERG &. SON. Scnr the new lall mul Wentwoptli. of Woolsej" Tha Magnolia Saloon. MORROW & CO. Proprietors Y would respectfully aotify the public tlit we have opened a Saloon in the new FUAJIE BUILDING on the Corner of Washington and Montezuma Streets. Tfee erv best qnuMty of "Wines, Ltqnorsafid Cinra alwny on baH nrr?soM at iricpi to suit the tinges. Ciive Ub u cuil 10-tf I i tjstick & co- ;M O I O 13 I" DEALERS IX 8l Son. GENERAL Liquor Dealers Streets Phernix. TED A&a'D DOMESTIC co:i:Missurr-s to our very select stock: lolil y of inch " ill equal aiiTthinjj' :'. iici.-co or Eastern Cities. :U tei L Berkshires General Pacific Coast Agent for Ameuicax Poui.try Feed. It will make your hens lay and prevent disease. oen i!.ii)ortt-(l hreot troni l.nrland ai guaranteed. 3 .-u AND OUTFITTING STORE. T II E Pioneer S tore OF RSAR1COPA. Fair Dealing Oce Motto. Teamsters. Miners. Ranchers OK AXY ONE ELSE "Will find it to their Interest TO CALL UPON US Bpfore Purehasins I'.lsfwhfrf. Starke's Hotel, SAX SEEXARDIXO. CAL. 5 Cents.