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MISCELLANEOUS M ' CE I, L A XEO 1 "V? . .1ISC E h L . iXOl ' a all THE PIICEXIX HERALD. 8HI-nXKiV EUITIOX. 3SPSF. Xc5L!T0C:t - - Proprietors. Wednesday, Juse 4, 1S?0. One nf the. greatest cTrawbac'.cs to ti iew mining country, 6ek!nj dercl. rpment, is the manner by w hich own ers try to control the mine and freeze out their co-partner?. There are .1 great many cases in which a man has lost his all through the conni vance of those who wih to get t:1 of him, hut there are Courts etab lifead for ra t fyirg these di fir-retires, and any other coue is lawli sere.;-'. "Weaielcd to thesa rcsirks by the Peclc troubles in Yavapai count; . This mine bears a good reputation all ovcr:he country, as being a very rich one. Of its richness it cannot be doubted. Just at the time when its brightest hopes were about being realized, a complication of troubles arise- the mine property taken and held by 1orce of amis, even so far as to prevent the legal officers f the cooaiy obeying the mmda es of the law; the mine is shut dowu, thereby, hindering Its development. What 13 the result of this taking possession of a mine by force of arms ? It cas 3 a dark shadow not only over the mine in dispute, but over the Territory at large. To develop mining property capital is required, and men of mean and energy are invited t- invest, bi t Tvhen lawlessness takes precedence over judicial power, cj-pitalifts arc timid about putting capital in such a country; those who contemplate visiting the Territory are reitictant about coming, and a spirit of uncer tainty prevails. The mine alluded to will in all probability be shut down for month; its development will lie dormant; its silvery s'ream of bullion will be Mopped: nl on account of differences that could be adjusted without this show of ill. gained 7 owe. The resources of our Territ ry are spoken off all over broad land, machinery is now being brought to develop mines that have lain iiil" for rears, new life has been infused in the miner and prospector, and a blighter look has been given the whole Territory. "Will not this re vert back, if differences between own ers cannet he settled by legal meas ures instead of force. Or It X ATA I, DAY. Kour weeks from this date occurs a Any that slioul.l be dear to every true lover of liberty, and ihe proper b-1 nervunce of wbich sbould be enjoyed i by all. Phoenix no longer a small J ton with bnt a sparse populHtion. j but now a city, has, thus far made no ' preparation for celebrating its ad- Tent. Our citizens should call a j meeting and canvass the matter, and j let hare the finest celebration ii; the Territory. There are a larje number of persons living near by . in the valley, that would visit the I town. Since the settlement of the Territory, this day has passed with simply a remembrance, and if cele brated at all only by a horse race. Let us wake up trom this lelhergy of j bygone days, and enter into it with a spirit of patriotism. Other towns in Arizona have taken the matter in hand and will celebrate in a credi table manner. Let not Phoenix the romi-je city of the Territory be backward in the movement, but coni menee at once and make arrange ments for a general and good jollifi cation. A will l e seen by our dispatches j in another column, the Prison Com. missioners met last Saturday at Yuma and sold the bonds to Lewis, Bro., of- j San Francisco, lor 'JO cents. Tho ap propriation will build twelve cells and a dining room for the prisoners. For some time past the prison has ; been crowded, and these new cells ! will come in verv handv. j The Sentinel of last Saturday crn taiMd a poem in reply to "Argus" published in a contemporary some time since, that for biting epigrams and sharp cutting sentences, is very rarely equalled. It was called out, aays (he Seiilinrl, by long continued prorication, and we should judge that "Argus" U laid on the shelf. Onr Prescott exchanges state that a rumor is nfioat that our Governor wilj resign his ofliee as Chief Executive of I Arizona. We trust it will not he true, a we have every confidence in the j ability and good government of the Territory under the administration of Gov. John C. Fremont, and that he will be instrumental iu developing its many resources. Ob every hand can be heard the buzz of the reaper and the hum of the thresher in oar vatley. The vield j o" the vral this yenr will be large, probably exceeding that of last j-car. Our northern hrutliers are praying for rain, while we are doing the reverse mb it would euiail damage Ire. The origlual auLsidiary silver hill made the sum A twerily doilard a le gtl tender, but the bH as finally wi -d i.)ai.e the amount fen d'i!ar Encouraging news comes from the Silver District, Yuma county. Rev. F. S. Crawford has been com missioned fur the Presbyterian Church at Prescott. Si'.rer Belt: The Stonewall mill, flt'iotigh running but live hours out it the 24 in consequence of the scar city of water, 19 turniug out bullion a the rate of 20rt r,eT lunir. We t link it will not be long hefure full supp'y of water will be obtained and as the ore is abundant, the mill will then run on full time. Ent'rprUr : The different saw mi'ls in tlie vicinity of Prescott are all running on full time. G. W. Curtis' mill vesterdav forenoon turned out T.030' feet of lumber. Messrs. Parker, west of Prescott, have their saws at work, and C'ark & Adams have re ceived a new shingle machine which ;hcv n-;!l put in opt ration 11 1 their mill. Enterprise. The City Assessi r is about throuch with "assessing the property in Prescott for the present year. The roll will foot up about the same as last year, but the rates are lower and the lew will be. The town is out of debt with $2,000 cash on hand. The income from licenses pays all running expenses. ilincr. Probably the largest and richest copper mine in the world, ex ists in Yavapai couty. Bring your railroads in Mr. Capitalist and we will load all ycur traias daily with ore that contains 70 per cent, of the pure metal We know whereof we speak, and this same mice will, wlun properly opened astonish the world Just think of a solid wall 13 feet wide a mile long, and reaching down as far as the roots of the grand old mountains built of copper. S'tr: Edward B. Marshall arrived from Sonora Tuesday night. While there he visited t le Agua Ca'i ;nte !;n1-grant. This grant lies just over the line south of the Calahasas com pany's property, and is forty-eight miles square. It has been purchased by Barney F. Conolley, acting for Eugene L. Sullivan & Co.. San Fran Cisco. Mr Marshall states that the value ot this grant can scarcely be over estimated. Large bodies of tim ber are scattered over its surface. while streams of running water! flowing from springs of'living fresh-1 ness traverse its valleys and plains It also contains severai rich mines of! gold and silver. The Chicago Tim of the 20th ul- j timo, says the Atchison Topeka it j Santa Fe Railroad have bought the t Mexican grant of 15.000 acres per i mile to aid a railroad from Guj.y- j mas to El Paso, and already contracts ; are being let for the construction of j four hundred miles of road. To avail 1 itself of the urant, the road will strike ; out by the most feasible rut tor j Mexico. The terminus of the Atchi- ; son Topeka & Santa Fe will be it : Gi aymaf, 'which has a fine harbor, ou j the Pacific ocean. PERSONAL. S. Xthan lias rMurned from a short trip to Seymour. M. Edwards has cone to San Frnr eisc.o on a business trip. He will re turn in a few days. Senator. V. J. Graves, who h.is been spending a few rtaj-s in Phornix, took his departure last night, lie is in the Territory on mining business. G. A. Vinzent took his departure for Oakland a few days ago, after a lengthy stay in the Cave Creek dis trict. He took with him some e c llent specimens of ore. sho'ving fne gold in large quantities. G .-orjre Xcale who has r c ived the Bpioii-.tment of Court Reporter for this district, arrived Sunday, and took his departure last evening for San Bernardino. He will return in about a month and take up his per manent residence here. J. W. STKPHKXSO, Attorney at I. a w. riKENIX, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA. froroialM for Printius. -ITS WILL BE EECEIVKK BY THE Ji C'htii rlnrin ttf tbe liotird f SupGrvior. np to Julv 1. ism. to do sll the County Printiac for the Couittv of Maricopa, from J'llv l."t. Iff. to Jan 1st. isii. It is order ed t'hdt tlie Clerk of the Board hnve thif ac; vertiKeinent inserted in The Territorial Kx poitor and Pho:nix HEitAi.r for fonr weekp Tbe Board claims the riht, to reject all bids. I. It. COX. Clerk Board SupervisorR. Plio uix. June J. 1S7'.I. l-lw-W To Academies. High Schools and Private Families. VN EXPERIENCED EDt'CATOTt OF youths of both sexes, recently arrived I lu tins town, teneuee LATIN. GREEK. FJ!EN"C1I, SPANISH And High School conrsc of the English branches. Address. PROF. P. ii. .'OVI'E. 11 -tf 1'iiir.MX. P. O. "WE HOLD THE FORT!' You Can't Stop us ! Stand Aside ! Let those follow who Can ! NEW STORE! XEW GOODS! CHEAPEST TRICES! Lower than the Lowest ASHER & BRO. tor. Washington A Montrznma. GppoiTe northwest corner of I'lftza. Build inr wrni'Tlj" o"c lied hv 'ittoii' suloon. 1 111 tf' I XEW ADVERTISEMENTS. j i Express and Delivery WAGON, VavisR a "ran2 fccilt esprcrplv for I'm purpose I air! prepared to do anything h ibe above iiiic. ! Fomltnre Jloving a Specialty I I ! Order loft on the "late at the Mas-oolir ; s tioon will receive prompt attention. T. IV. ItARKfiEY. NEW BARBER SHOP. FELIX DEES, Vnr fitted id a PsrVtPT T-y.c-p "Tvposifc XX er ai.d Office, where he wilt be pleased id free h;i numerous friend- and the public in general. t?hvinc hflmpoini; aci Hair Cutting duuc in the Latent Style and jfatis faction puarautced. & Co. HAVE OPENED OK Washington street, -west of Gardiner's hotel. A la"-jr d plen,1.ltqeJi of General MERCHANDISE. Which they offer to our citizens at the lowest pos sible prices. Every one is respectful ly inviterl tooallanrl exam ine our stock and prices. nol2 $50 Reward til-n. from the hinif on the onthnM corner of the plaza, on the nitrhl of Mav 27. a bnekekin hnr. marked "Clark". It con tained the following article: One pair n't diamond earrinrr net in jt-t. in the phnpe of a Mar. One pair amethynt sleeve button, with four penrlf in each. A piece of gentle man gold watch chain. A bunch of key and about twenty-pix dollar in coin. For the return of the proper v to the IT khaj t of. flee the above reward will be putd. and no qucption aebed. S. CARLLIS & CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Foreign and Domestic FRUITS, CANDIES. NUTS, GROCERIES, ETC. f.oods Carefully Packed and Khlpped. I 151 Main street, - I.op Angeles, Cal. I roptoffiee Box 30. In. IIO FOK TIIK INES. The nndernitrned hn opened Ptnre at tbe I .Marntzai mmea ana niju. wuere can fouud a full assortment of f.ROCERIEK A PROVISION'S . . . .ALSO. MIXERS' OUTFIT, CLOTUIXG, BOOTS & SHOES. fcilve mc a r.ll and nee for jour ttelve. that 1 Hell AT 1" It I C K That will prevent yon from going to Mc Dowell or Verde. C. M. CLARK. Notice to Farmers Persons rieeirin; to purchape machinerj of &dt kind will do well to order the same through J. A. SMITH, Agent. for Frank Brothers. We are readjr at hort notice to furnith Mowers, Reapers. Headers, Separator?, Engines, etc., And to g!va time ol ti;e -ame. J. A. Smith. Arizona Lottery UNDER THE DIBFCTIOS OF Sovenor 1. C. FREMONT, Territorial Commissioner. Michel t"ot t-" r, " Baxi of AwniA. rrVfietf.; Treasurer lU r.f-rrl !( 'W-ifT H fJr't.rtf tb Tvii'iY Afl"Wv , rw Territnrv. arid the rrfiinniioT of -erno" issued thereunder, a Lottery! Will he-drir-n at TernH. A. T.. n Wednea day, Juae 4th. 1879. Art of tlie TesrilJtfnrp- An aet to aid th construction f Cap'tol BtiiMincn. aud for rh Btirrort ' Iublic Schools in the T?rritorv of Arizona. He it enartfd bv the Legislative Assembly of Arizona Territory : 8pcTion 1. Tt hn)1 b wfii1 for, and th ijcrht. power and authority is hereby granted for the period, of twenty yam. trom itie 1st lay of February to the Arizona Devel opment Comprtny a eorponuion organized and exid'in tinder and iy virtu of the laws of he Territory of Ariz"na and itc a.sienii, ti (rive public lotteries, at whieh. or by means f whieh monev niny b lawfully disponed ot by ehanee, anythinc' n tli law ot this Territory O the eontrary notwithatandinff. ete.. ete. S. 2 The Governor of the Ten in try of Arizona, and his nwrewor in oflie. and in the event of the at'Bence, disqnalifieetinn or riath of the Governor his legit) Rnb5Tiute is heehv sppMnted a Commiioner to siiperintend the drHwinff or ditri"bution of p'iy.es in sai.l bitter es and each of them, and certify to th or rertnes? thereof, etc. ete. Sec. 3 All lotteries dniwn nnder thr pro visions of thi ae. Fhall b drawn in tom pnb'ie plac to he designated ry the Commis sioner, between the hours of ten ft 'flock a m. end five o'clock p. ni , nr.U in a manner to be approved by the Commissioner. Sections 4, 5 and 6 provide trlhe enllprtion of ten percent. frm all prizes and the pay ment nf ihe same into the Capitol and school funds. Certificate of Territorial Treas nrer. I. Thomas J. Bwtlr-r. TreHsnrer of Arizona Territory. lmr-hv ner'ifv tnat the Arizona Development Company h:B 'li:s day filed in my "ITicb i:s aeceptitiu: in writing of the nt of which the above, is a cop v. ml h als i filed in mv oftic a bond in the sum of twetttv thoiisund i.lbirs which bond has been p proved by the Governor and an As"Ofiite .Il1"tie nt the ei,",mP Piit-t if V -iT.nM IV' t.. v e - . r i- f irli'tt' eti-ji jT,e t. Itjf j'iO, ou- I d h X. THOM .A S .1 j:rTVR. Terri'otiM Treasurer. Prescott. -bruar 2ftU Iff 9. Proclamation of tlie Governor. :xrrtTTVK Pki'T.. February 'JO. fQ I T. John C. Preimmt. Ooremor of the Terri- ! tory f Arizona, nnrl ex-offiri ComminsinnT i to superintend the drawing of io'Tpri' ? fr the j Tijiport of the xuhlir sehoo'ft etr , by virne of the power nnl authority veston in m ly j Ihw, do liereUv deMirnnte ;i5 the place vhtre J development. Companv. the Th'-atro iu Prep rott, the Capital of Kiid Territory-of Arirona. and th time irhn the Hume. hnl1 be drawn hnM be the- 4th day of June. 1.?!. between the hours of 10 o'cloek n. m. nnd 5 o'clock p m Witnes my hand and the great s-a1 of the Territorv of Anztoa, thin 2(th dey of Kebru arv A. Tf 1079. JtKAl.1 JOHN ( FRKMOXT, Governor and ex officio Lottery Couimtssioner Thfirit Itttery under the forernin? law will be drawn at ilia Theatre, in Prescott, on -JUNE 4th, 1879, or fooner, if all the ticVetn are Kooner di'posetl nf. on whieh oeeaeion there will e distributed THIRTY ONE THOUSAND TWO IH'N DKED AND FIFTY DOLLARS, in 283 prizes as follows : One prize nt One prize One prize of. Three prized of .. Two prizes of Four pr'.z-i of Seven rrizen tf Ten pnzffof Fifty prizf Fifty priz- ttf Fifty prized of , One hundred prizes of. ..810 000 ... S.nK. . . . son , l.Otxteach 7.V) eaeh .V0 each J50 eaeli 1M1 eneh -0 eaeh A earn IS eaeh 10 each THE MANNER OF DTSTKinfTlOX WILL BE AS FOLLOWS : Twelve thousand ulipa of leaJhr nnmhered from one to twelve thousand will be pnbliely tiiwited in a larjre pa wheel whieh will then be elrwed nnd scaled by the Territorial Lottery Commissioner. Two hnmlred and eiirhty-two slips of le:uher numhered in ac eordMnce with the prizes annoi need, will be publicly depositfd iu a small jrlaeft wheel, which will aio be chwed and sealed by the Territorial Lottery Commissioner. A committee of seven citizens will a se lected by the ticket holders to examine every fat? of the proceedings. B'rb wheels will then be revolved in sijrht of tli audience, until their contents are mixed nnd thoroughly mingled. The seals will then be brokn and the wheHs opened, and TWO CHILDREN l.'XIfE & TEN YEARS OF AOK will be piueed, one at each wheel, and a prize and a number drawn at the same time. The wheels will then be closed and revolved, and another number and prize drawn, and this process repeated until the prizes are all drawn. The holders of tickets bearing1 corresponding- numbers will be entitled to the prizes draw a. Only 12,000 Tickets Will Le Sold. Whole Tickets 5. Halves, Quarters, S1.25. The Bank nf Arizona will net se Treasurer, and all moneyH received I'rnm snles if lickfta will be dpenited there to await the drawing-, rrizen will be paid ten day aftr the drawing. A M ordfrn far tiekts must be aecmnpa lie i by the money, which ran be sent in Hnnk Drafts on San Francisco, Certificates nt I m poit or Iutul Money Orders, or by Wells, Farjpi Co'. Kxpres. Aidref4 a l eominunieatlons. aud make nil draft and mwney order payable f the order of the Arizona Lottery Copinauy. I'reeootr, A. T. Puirlitnr all )Atau Knt. tw Arafrm r.w r.t. al orders. To aroid trceries buy cu ticke'e ; except of regular afcni. j Nothing but th& Truth. New Store And First-Class Goods. J. M. Castaneda II:is pene h; fine atock of first-cla!" trnls in i tfie st-iro f"rtnfriy i-renpifrt by T. Ii. IVnilta, uf pfsito the Flaza. Our StorX Coneij'i of a CSenara! A ?sortm?nt t Family Groceries. Vmosand Liquors, CROCKERY AXDQUEEXSWA RE, Glassware, Clothing. Roots and Shoes, Tints, And Gents' Furnishing Goods. Hardware, Agricultural Implements, Tinware, Cigars and Tobacco, Wall Pi'.pcr. Etc. W haT- rne f thi hisf and mrst rarrfullv wiff?Bit!.j Fnury and i.wiin Omnin ;' I'bajriix. We wnrr;iT-t Ui quality of our jrtodis "'inne.vl' 'wmr'il?'.,.i,.i th nam- e'asn or giKMls can be purchased anywhere io ,owu- Call and examine our stock and ; see that we represent to von nothing; but the f;icts. J. M. CASTAXEDA i E. GERMAIN & CO. i I'orn aruins nnct (oinniiinion ' Slcrrbantn. j MARICOPA A. T TIio riti.cji are inlbrmei. that a Lumber Yard lias been established and the bes CALIFORNIA LUMBER Kept for sale. Send for Price l-it. BUCKALEW & OCHOA, CKNCKAI, Forwarding and Commission MERCHANTS, MARICOPA, ARIZOXA. Alo. wholesale and retail merchants at Sanford and Florence. THE PIONEER SALOON, MARICOPA, A. T. CHAPMAN & AHERN, PROPRIETORS. V-riCE COOL Bl'PAVETSER. MII.WAI kee and Philnd'lpliia Lairer Beer al ways on hand. Polite and attentive bar tender! always ready to attend to the want of customers A idiare of tbe public patrou as;e solicited. Bar open nil ni'ht. BARNETT, BLOCK & CO.. MARICOrA, and CAS.V GRANDA. A. T. Forwarding A X D Commission BW1ERCHAMTS, R. E. Farrington & Co., Dealers in General Merchandise. FORWARDING & COMMISSJON MERCHANTS, Maricopa, ... Arizona. All freight convened to our cure will he promptlv forwarded to any part uf tlwr Territorv-. MARICOPA HOTEL, H. W. KLEIN, PropY. MARICOPA, A- T. Tlin pstronnee nt tlie traveling; public is rcpfctfliv solicited. The table supplied with tlte liet. the market allbrds and satisfaction cuar- UDi.'t'tl. KlTgS, vegetables UUv! lVuit for SlllC. TUCSON, Af'O ALEXANDRA. i Wholesale Corner f Maricopa and Jefferuon Our connections in Kentucky, Xew York and San Francisco enables ns to purchase direct from Manufacturers and Importers, and having facilities io always carry a lan;e stock, the quality of which we guarantee, we can sell at much lower fimires than any other husc in the trade and can con fidently invite purchasers to call and examine our goods before buying elsewhere. j ; Have on hand a select stock of Old Bourbon and Rye Whiskies, Brandies I ; Gins, Rums, Port, Sherry, and Maderia 'Wines. Champagnes, Clarets, : 1 -.. ..t .... T ;..iiDiir lliltivi- mid ITVrKVTHlM: Jl OOl'Tt :i lHin T tO tllC t LIQUOR IMPORTED AVe would rail the attention of VVines, Ijifjiior and Clears, the supplied by first -eluts houes in San U8TICK & CO., DEALERS IN GEN ER A L MERCHANDISE ! AXD OUTFITTING STORE. T II E Pioneer Store OF MARICOPA. Fair Dealing Our Motto. Teamsters. Miners, Ranchers OU AMY ONE ELSE Will lincl it to their Interest TO CALL UPON US Before Purchasing Elsewhere. Arcade Brewery, New Brick Building, Cor. Wahiugton aud Jafferson streets, PIICEXIX, ARIZONA. Coolest Place of Kesort in Town. BEER AS COLD AS ICE, which we offer for aale by the GIa6S, Quart, Gallon or Barrel. HALOOXS AM FAMILIES i Papplicd with Bottled or Keg Beer. Orders t3T"I'lcape give ue a trial . C. A.T.l'KE. Jos. THAI.HK1MER, Butinera Slamijicr, Proprietor. Jjt-Tbc Natior.Rl (iold ledhl wae award ed to Bradley A Kglofpoo. for the bet I'ho tojrraphw in the I'nited Sunet and the Vienna Medal for the H'et in the world. iCS y.' jr.itMr.crv urcit, l":ar.c:tto. PHENIX, Liquor Dealers. Streets Pharnls. BUSINESS. of ronnoistires to our very select stork quality of wlnrli will ecual anything Franrisen or Kiistern Cities. Attention! DOX'T BUY YOUR NG GOODS UKFIIUE SKXDIXO TO L. BIEN, 2- J Ktreet. SACRAMESTO. Great Bargains. In Embroideries, from 5 eenta a yard np wurd. White Iiqnea Irom 121 enta a yard upward. A splendid stock of Fancy Ginfhatns new design. New styles of Sprinc Dress Goods, at lai, 0 nd US cnt ier yard. Trimming Bilkn from 90 cents a ynrd up. SPKCIAL ATTENTION PAID TO Oft DEKS. Knmples of every description sent on application.- Direct utl letters, L. BIEN, Z'i J Stroct, I. O. Box S-iO. SACRAMESTO. Fxdu-iiY Agon! of th IOMKSTir PA . PEK IA I'TKKJiS. Sprilvg Style just out. Catalogues furnished fre, on application. Notice. ITaTincr established a Vurehaeinc Apener, Mr. I Hicn wilt jrive his pernal attention ' all onWrs of uiy kind, such aft B os nnd SIiop-i. Knrniture, frwekery, Carpets, Millin ery tlood, Groceries, etc. UeinC in constant business relations and har itur a thoitnirh ticpmintanee with all the lea I inir houHe. lmtir-s. in orderintf fhri:h Mr. Jtieo will rlv the full hFMlit l his en rieiu'e and find it more dvautn(rems thuu doinp 'heir iwn h"i'p iiff- A-:dr 1e.ttr I. V. Box 0. AND DOMESTIC G A R S .