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THE PIICEXIX HERALD.
IVoilurKday, June 1S7. TOWN AND COUNTY. The Plueuix flour mill is running. Milwaukee and Boca beer at Ed -wards. Chew Jackson's Best Sect XaTy Tobacco. Califoriiin Faesli Roll Uutter at the Xcw Fruit Store. Star Cheese, the liest ill the market at the New Fruit Store. A Mexican circus was amusing the natives last Saturday evening. The professional curd of J. W. Ste IUens'in appears in this issue. A concert will be held in Steinak er'i new building, Friday evening. For building lumber Ht bed-rock 3nces, address C lipper jull jjttinuer Company, Presiott. If 3011 want Bill heads, Letterheads Cards, Dodgers, etc. cheap, cail at the He&ald Job Rooms. . , ... . . , . , - e have fitted out of onrjob oflice some fine billheads for E. Mayer, our new livery stable man. Comb Honey and Honey iu Cans, fnrsale by George F. Coats, at the New Fruit Store. A Coefca lias been confined to his lied fur everal days by a billious lever. JTeno" is the popular game now adays. Local Kin of principal place of business Morris & Co's sulwoii. Thompson fc Skidmore, of Dow ney city, Cal., have ojm.-uw1 harness shop in ibis city. Slurenberg has just completed im provments in his bathing establish ment, that goes better. Ventilation, and light. 3Ior"-nn & Co, lias jus finished a large trs.ni ; building adjoining their storo, wuti a framing oil Washing ton street. R. P. Ililands will shortly erect a building between Coats' Fruit store, and LiuvIJie & Wilej''s where iie will open a stationery store. j The Supervisois have adopted the plans and specifications of A. P. Pet- I it, for a Court House. The cost is : not to eiceed $28,000. i Steintker's new building is almost finished. The lower floor will soon j 1e ready to receive its occupants. ! Tlie ur per, to be used by the Masons ' 0M Fellows and Knights of Pythias j .ir.l be completed by the 1st inst. j STiirried Saturday, May .'10th, .it ; fiie .residence of the fcride, bj-Justice ! BolaN, Jlrs. CatlmriBe E. f'i Dalian, of Nova Scotia, to Daniel McLucghha. I No cards. ! J. D. C'ushenberv. of Seymour. h as bonded I lie San Dominuo silver. mine near Wickenburg. front A. H. 3'eeples aim George .Monroe, for the tiRIH of $7.iivK)- The many she's ln'ing fired thro'tgh iie day. at the siiwdliii; gallery neat ?!iis oitie.e indicate tk.it W. J- !:! lride. tke jsropjitta itz dumg a Tke Surge hay stales vf M. I TVr alta. are tin only ones in the valley. j i'liey - ix' doing raiuttderahlt- bu-iiies ; in tke shijie f wuigkiiig load of' of hay and bu'ley. 1 Lorings hniisoine faKalain is in po- ' ition. and he ready for busin-j ess upon tke arrival of sime chenti- I which ere starled with the ! reX 1iut atistarried. j T. A. U' a.'.term.sn, the ti-nith j hue mved his sbup 10 the building ! formerly used nt a portion of the ! American Hotel. It is just --.cross j the street from the Post oflice. Pat i ionize him. J We have just printed a large num-! 8er of circulars lor "Toney" who! Ifcecps the fruit store below Ike Her- ; mt office. This gentleman is wide siwafce, and deserving of tiie patron- jige lie is receiving. A social dance was given iii the 'oil rt House last evening, to give J. i J). Jlonihon and his estimable wife. Jin opportunity to meet their many friends for some time to come, as thev jire about to leave on a visit East. The affair was well attended. The handsome ner saloon of E. ianr, was opened to the public last Saturday. The plaee was densely -rnwded ail the evening. Den Corer is the mixologist, and thomnsrhiy un lerstands his business. Everything is kandsomcly finishel and furnished anil cannot be beaten iu tlia Territory. M. Asher fc Bro have opened their new store on Washington street. Cotton's building, opposite 1hc north west corner of the plaza. They in vite the public to call and inspect the the goods, and especially their new prices. They lmv a prominent ad, vertisement in this issue. Frank Furjua has caught the spirit of improvement, and for the last few la3'S his saloon lias bert closed and many changes made. Handsome bar fixtures have been added, and are an attractive feature. Frank lias a piieX and cool place and au excellent Mock of liquors. I he Arcade brewery saloon. .in She i tirick building northeast corner of the ! -ilaza opens to-night- The delnv has been caused bv the non-arriral of ma terial. Messrs. Thalheinicr fc Luke will be in readiness to weleo-ne their guests. An elegant free lunch will be an attractive feature. Judge Ililands has just returned from Cave Creek, and informs us that the man who was found dead in his -abin, spoken of in last Saturday's Herald, was named James Gk-ason. He was supposed to have died last Wedaesdey morning of sciirvv. His age was in the neighlioi hood" of He was decently buried by his neighbors. The Phoenix Hotel, or perhaps bet ter known as Gardiner's Hotel, is re ceiving the finishing touches of im provements that so alters its appear since that the old settler will not know it as the place where he received ac omrao(laiion when there were but lew houses in Phrenix. A number of new rooms added, the old repaired and refurnished and a new oflice ad- led. A dining room will soon be II ue . added. A brick side-walk lias been : ;ai 1 the entire frontage. l.'iO feet, and 'vlien all the improvements in con ?pmpiAt:on are com h !.? 3j Next Sunday morning at nine o'clock, W. II. Swain will talk to the people of this city, from Irvine's coi uer on the the following subject: 'Tell us what shall these things be, and what shall be the sign of Thy coming, and the end of the world." Geo. F. Coals of the firm of Wood head & Gay, Los Angeles, has opened a new fruit store iu "the frame build ing on Washington street, adjoining li ving's brick building. In addition he will keep all kinds of trees and seeds; also butter, eggs, etc. He will run a wagon between this city and the railroad, making three trips per week, bringing fresh goods in his line, a day and a-hail" from Southern California. The trip over from Mar icopa will be made in the night, thus keeping them in the freshest condi tion. Mr. D. Balse, has ju3t returned from a trip to Ton to Basin, and re ports the following item in the last Sih-cr Belt, as correct : Uu the 15th inst, near Green Valley, Tonto Basin, a band of fifteen or iiiore renegade Indians entered the camp of Sidles I and Wixon and utter taking ever- I tLiiijr f value, set tire to the balance j and shot at the parties, but without ', and retreated in the direction !of the Mogollon mountains, winch , oQ tf) CQVer their micks j tJj(j gauie ,ace am, time th j rajJed th(J rarlchrof Mr Houston, ami , killed five horses and several head I (,f cattle. It has not ben ascertained to hat tribe these Indians belong. ! On Sunday last our town for a short ! time was the scene of excitement and ' bloodshed. For several hours during ! the day races were indulged in, at j trading a large crowd cf lookers-on. ! After Uie races, and while the crowd 1 were discussing the merits and de : uieriia f their respective favorites, a 1 Mexican, mounted on a fine animal, I was seen approaching with a drawn . sabre in his hand. Upon reaching the crowd he dashed through, strik ing risrht and left with his weapon. severely wounding three men on the head. He rode down the street for a block, then turning, put spu r to ins horse and rushd through the street again, striking, but fortunantly not hitting any one. Several shots were fired at him on his return but unfor tunately missed him. Seeing that of ficers were after him, he concluded that to "git" was the better part of valor. He was followed for some distance but being on the fleetest ani mal made good his escape. He is said to have taken the opportunity of the large crowd to avenge the death of a brother who was killed some I flue since while attempting to rob a stane. The people were so in censed at the time that had he befii caught, we fear some hemp would have been stretched. Rea! Estate Transfers. j The following are the real estate : transfers record :d in the County' Re corder's oflice during May, lt79: . Henry Tippett to Francisco Pcr ; celia and Jesus Otero, lot 12, block (!, j 15 M Watts and wife to Wm Mever, lots I, ::, 5, 7, block 3 a, sjoo. W B Gibbons to Tims Arthur, Newton mine. Globe district, $:j(()(). AG-tiiinuions to Vi" P Hamnion and A G Sirawbridge, Christina mine Globs district, U S to Robert Cooms, 1G0 acres land at Wiekenburg. Probate .fudge to Wm R Carv, iots 1 lo 7, block 27, 40. Jas M Miirtin and M Tierney to McMilleu Mining Co, the Stonewall Jackson and Little Mc mines, 300, 001. TIco II Harris to J M Martin and M Tierney, Stonewall Jackson and LitUe 31c" mine, $00,000. Chas McMillen to J M Martin and M Tierney, Stonewall Jackson and Little Mc mines, $00,000. J M Martin and M Tierney to Mc Millt n Mining Co, Stonewall Jack son mine. S500.000. Probate Judge to Herrick & Lut gerding, block 33, 80. J 31 Cotton to Luis Gertrude CotJ Urn, 1 acr of land, in consideration of love and affection. J 15 Creamer to EuginaW Johnson, 2 block 81, ?i00. Thos Howe to Edwin R Powell, block 47, t37."5. Estate of Wm Howe to B W Rea gan. '., of Levin mine, Cave Creek, .(i()0. " Geo E Freeman to I McKim and Henrv S Beck with, luts I), 11, block 3$, $400. Chas E McClintock to Goodhue. & Armstrong, lot 8. block 2(i, v). Peter Tompkins to Elisha Bishard. 375 feet in the Mammoth mine, 2.j0. King S Woolser to Ida Cawthorne, lots 2. 4. , block 18, $:J30, Issabi-lla C'osLTovc to Geo E Free man, lots 0, 11, bk.ck :5S, SI0O. Murph', Gr.int cc Co to E Irvine, lots 1, 2, "b.o-k 2'2, s?7.o00. Jas Edwards to A G and C H Bll deiback, Dead wood mine, 3Ic3Iil len district, .""0. J J) Monihon to N A Morford, lots 1, o, block ttS. and 11, block 26, 233. AG and C If Bilderback to B A Hardin. V, Deadwood mine, 100. J N -Rogers to .1 M Seymour. 300 feet in Sherman mine, Alfred K Ourbrow to J 31 Sey mour. Talmage claim, 1. Fred P Howard to J 31 Seymour, Seward claim. Silas Tidwell to Iienrv Fuller, mill site near McMillen. SKOO. I J 31 Seymour to Central Arizona I 3Iining Co, 1000 feet in the A'ulture i lode. 1. I Louisa Romero to Conception Pc I ralta, lots 9, 11. block 4, ?8oO. j Probate Pudge to Wm Wilkes, lots j 4, C, block -$20. Kins S Woolsey to Elisha Berers, ! lot 11. "block :14. S2.K. i Ed ICirkhind to J 31 Seymour Sew i ard mine, sl. I'robate Judge to AVm AV Ford, parts f lots 4. t. block 7V. ?S 34. Wm W Ford to John W Thomson, parts of lots 4, 6, block TT, SIOO. f J Thihodo to John W Thomson,, undivided portion of loo, block 77 Arm. Probate Judge to G A Rceder, 1,3, 5, block 74 ,22 50. lots Liquified It refreshments. 1 ne pnouc are respectfully in formed that my saloon is now open., after adding many improvement making it the most pleasant pla e of resort in the citv. 3Iv new stock are respectfully r , , -;...! , ' ,. t, , tT.. ! (..111, 7i 11, u jiuiii ui'n. iv line ixye. Corn Whisky and peach Brandy. ' Give rje a cal!. FSAyK FrcTTA. A'l'ic:."? E l:s A; je C'o's. TELEGRAPHIC. WMA. YtMA, June 3 A. C. Hessing ar rived this morning. Territorial Commission met Satur day and bids were opened. Medical attendance, etc., was awarded to Dr. Taggart. Supplies' etc., to Isaac Ly ons; work on prison, $19 50 per sell Lewis (brother of Arizona Bank Lewis) of San Francisco takes prison bonds at 90cents. Transfers from the military to the Western Union telegraph line have been made at Maricopa since Sunday. Prof. Sanies, mining expert, and Mr. Booth, secretary of Silver King Mining Co., arrived by uain Monday morning. Washington, June 0 The Senate by a vole of 25 to 24, decided to con firm the nominations for promotions in the army. There are about 400 in all. Washington", May 31. Governor Fremont has furnished Minister Za maconi, for transmission to the Mex ican Government, a full memoran dum coucering his project for Turn ing the waters of the Gulf of Califor nia into the Colorado desert. Senor Zemaeoua is much impressed with the importance of Ihe project, and as. sured the General that he will ear nestly recommend the necessary con sent and co-o;ieratiou on the part of Mexico. The Pima and Maricopa reserva. tion difficulty has been definitely set tled in the manner desired by the Ari zona Legislature. Governor Fre mont having sattisfactorily complet- j ed his public business iu Washington, lcrt town ast evenin2 ior Xew York v.'here he will close up some private affairs preparatory to his return at an earlv date to Arizona. PINAL COUNTY. Script" Crosses the Mountains, and Sees the Country. ! Picket Post, 3Iay 2S, 1879. I Eu. IIerai.d: Having i desire to j leave the crowded city to rusticate j and luxuriate a nidst mountain scen i ery and cool breezes, we left here last ! Friday morning to cross the Pinal range via Stoncman's grade. Devil's ! Canyon, Bloody Tanks and other . euphoniously named places to Globe . City. At the King mine, we partook of an excellent dinner, such 11s Mrs. ; O'Boyle knows how to serye. Faund I the hoisting works set and on trial, i Was informed by Aaron that the tim bers would be here in a few days and 1 : the engine would be put towoik- The mine is turning out its usual quantity and quality of , rich ore. After we had feasted our eyes on the bonanza at a distance, we descended I BANK the mountain in slow and measured j steps to its summit. Then, after cast ing one loniriug, lingering look east- ! ward over the Gila and 8:ilt River valleys, we struck out for Pinal Ranch, n beautiful oasis amidst a sea of barren mountains, where we were entertained bv 3Ir. lent, and his ex cellent lady, who know how to make a temporary home for strangers, pleasant. cloiu; CITY. On our arrival at Globe City, the headquarters of probably one of the richest mineral districts on the conti nent, we found a village nestled among the bluffs of the Pinalr, ind on a branch of Pinal Creek, assuming the air of a city. Its store rooms are well filled with goods, and tastily ar ranged. Many of the buildings have neat fronts and awnings, with neatly painted signs, so that one could tell whether he was approaching a sa loon, a smith shop or a house of mer chandise. Several hotels, well and neatly kept, with abundance, of viands prepared to satisfy the most fastidious. We were entertained at the house of 3Ir. Weber and sou, and found it in every respect a cheerful and pleasant home. We mtde the acquaintance of many of the business men, and the genial editor of the Silver Belt. There is an air of activity and order pervad ing the young citv which would j eclipse many towns of greater age and pretentions in the east, strang ers are made welcome, and generally leave the town with kindly feeling and good impressions. The citizens are alive to the attainment of any en terprise of a la ica'ile character; and are not siow in taking hold of moral j aud educational matters. MINOR MENTION. The Isabella mill is now rnnning I and working rich ares. 3Iine owners j and prospectors speak hopefully of ! the future. The people of Globe dis- trict deserve to succeed, and we trust i that a bright future awaits them. ' ' Script. FREIGHT ARRIVALS. SATriWAY. MAY 31. Phnpnii- P Urix, I sugar, 240. G Coats. H oranges, one wagon seat, 2 ' cherries, 1 limes. 340. 31 L Peralta, i 1 car lumber, 23,650. SUNDAY JfSE 1. Phopnix 31 L Peralta, 1 box of teeth. 45. G. F. Coats, 3 eggs, 110, : Goldlerg & Son, 2 trunks of dry i goods. 205. Nathan & Co, 2 coal oil, j 1 n-at oil fno weight) C Saleri, 2 j stove castings, HQ. I Uradshaw E C Shekels & Co, 1 I 15, 20 coal oil, 10 lard oil, 1 castOT I oil. 1 alcohol (no weight) ! Prescott D Lew. 38 canDed" 1 roods. 22.10, W 31 Bu'ffum, 1 mirror, ; 100. B H Smith. 1 cigars, 100 ; Seymour Central Arizona 3Iining ' company, 2 machinen' oil, 3 belting, ! 600. MONDAY, J USE 2. F'nosDix J A Smith, 184 sacks of I spuds, 2-3,431. I ' Prf -cott W3I BsSiira. 1 wall pa ! r"- 130. Fusk Let-, 2? E'lse. 170. MISCELLANEOUS. Let it now be wide spread So that all may know it. THAT Goldberg & Son. Are how selling1 their large and well selected stock of General Merchandise, AT REDUCED PRICES. No trouble to show goods Matirartlon for our Customers Families furnished with choice GROCERIES & PROVISIONS, AT KKDCCKD KATKS Gpods delivered to any part of this Town, free of charge. All Klul of lpotlaei mid Mold. Bon slit H. Goldberg & Son. Next to Steinecker's new building. EXCHANGE HOTEL. Washlnjton street opposite Plaza, Phoenix. the E. GANZ Proprietor. This new hotel is now open for the accommodation of the traveling public. The rooms are well ventilated and handsomely furnished in suits and single. Supprior accommodations for families. The aim of the propri etor will be the comfort and welfare of his guests. It 00111 h Reserved by Telegraph Billiard Table and Bar Connected with the House. Only the Finest Liquors & Cigars. PRIVATE CARD ROOMS. The principal Eastern, California and Arizona papers kept on file. A share of the public patronage is olicite d. COME ONE COME ALL. Grand opening of the ARGADE BREWERY SALOON, Wednesday, June 4th, Free Lunch In the Evening. C.jl.U'KE. JOS BuhiuesM Manager. THALHKIMER, Proprietor. FOR SALE. A complete set of Surveyor's and Civil Engineer's Instruments, for sale reasonably. They are in first class condition and guaranteed. Apply at tliis office, or to the un dersigned. QO-tf WM. ISAAC. For Sale. CLAIM TO SECTION . TOWNSHIP 1 North. Ronsre f East, taken op under the Desert Act. S200. Inquire of Geo. E. LorinR, at Express Office. For Sale. Or ''ill ssebarre for hay and train jFre B'.ood PoJena-lIssee pigs, bred by . T. Walker, California. .!eo, Sissrer Sewisv 5! i a- feed Yard". GOLDMAN & CO. Fifty Thousand - Assorted Merchandise Just Received at the Huge E DIRECT FROM THE E for this Market by Mr. Latest Novelties in Calicos, Dress Goods, Shawls and White Goods. Latest Styles in Fancy and Gloves. Latest Fashions in Ladies", Misses' and Children's Trimmed and Untrimmed Latest Patterns in Clothing Boys. Latest Designs in Boots And, in fact, everything desirable for Ladies, Gen tlemen, Misses, Girls and Boys. The Whole Stock Has Been Purchased AND WILL astern OTJIt PRICE LIST Will be found in the Store, to show everybody that we are SELLING SO LOW That Competition Becomes an Impossibility. Yours Truly, GOLDMAN & CO. $0 Dollars Worth OF - stablishment OF 1ST, and especially selected A. Goldman, comprising : Goods, Underwear, Hosiery Hats. for Men, Youths and and Shoes. for Cash, BE SOLD AT For rices C a s h. where we shall be pleased 31 ISCELLANEOUS H. Morgan & Go. Washi ngton St., Fhoenir AND Morgan's Station on the Gila River Importers and Dealers in . Groceries and Clothing, Dry Goods, Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, &.c. At prices to suit the times GEO. E. LORING, Dealer in roceries PROVISIONS, FRESH NUTS AXD CAXDIES. Large Assortment of FLOtR 011 Uuuil. The Finest Brands of Domeitic and Imported CIGARS and TOBACCOS In the City. In Wells, Fargo & Co't. Expre Office, Washington Street, East vf tke Court House. Samter's CHEAP Cash Store. Removed to th Walters Buftding- oa Monte a mm street, next dor to the Printing Office. Th Attention of the Public is oalled to mr well selected stock of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS tL SHOES, GROCERIES, LIQUORS and PROVISIONS Which I propose to sell on the Lira and J.t Live principle. A word .o tbe wise is ut& cirnt. .UI.UN fit A JITER. MomuEiima Street one door above the UlK ALD Oftioe. LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE. E . MEYER, PROPRIETOR (Late J. D. Monihon's.) Washington Street Corner of Cortei. HAVING PURCHASED THE STOCK of Horses, Buceies. Ac. lately io ns in this stable, the present proprietor will add to it the BEST OF HOUSES And Most Kit-grant Turnouts. Hay and Grain Always on Hand and For Sale, AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL Horses boarded by the day. week or montb, at reasonable rates. Satisfaction guaranteed. CALIFORNIA Variety Store 3f . EDWARDS. Proprietor. KOTICK Mr. Edwards, hiTinr l-ft wr Ran Francisco to select a new lnt of Cbi- General Mervbaurti-e, a!) the present stock must te ?old cheap for cafb to nink room tot tbe new, wbirh will arrive in a lew days. GP-EAT REDUCTION IN PRJCES. The pnhV.o are respertJiMy in1 !tf4 t td examine sad .ludjre f'T tlimsWv. KosV jc-r to ti.e PharjLj; 1 iouria Mill.