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0!S?c3 M:CUMT3CX Proprietor. Wxlnilay. June 11. rfa&. There Is not, nor has there ever btci. a town, seokinj; fiv.ir. hut whs" hu a ct of chronic JU'arbers. Men wli. bare co oceupjui.iu. nor would ar ccptooeif wnnted, are the pri.icip:; gralm. Titey see nothing that i. praiseworthy or gvi, except ta theii own conceited salves. Labor is as taucb a stranger to them as the w.-rd "gentleman," and as a consequent they are only hftppy when villifyiiijc those that are the b me and a'aew o: place, and who are en.leirnriaj to advance itg interests. Th.y pay n taxes, having no property, no per manent home; cure nothing lor n school or churchts. aud in fact, have little care f.ir the wants of o:hrr-P.-asnis h;;s hr raeuiLs .is we!i a ether places, ana ia the min. t;i-.-elaas alwnre n-feird to are ti... principal talkers Some are ktov.-I-ing about the new Court If juae, oth ers about the railroad, and every thing 'else that dnes nut co . . nn t.T their narrow views. Harlc-v ty contains a lirge populmi m now. and in leas than two rears it will be doubled. Its farming resources art unlimited. Its mining i-dutries are being developed, and Its future is far brighter than any other connty in the Territory. At the present time there are In the neighborhood of 14.000 acres of wheat and barley being har vested that will goon be in the eratia fit. J''D this li.rje amount w 1 not supply :be demand, and supples will. s a matr of necessity, he drawn from California. These shipments please the . g., and gives him a chanch to ply his vocation with re newed energy. In a couple of year.- tnore these thiags will be regulated 2J larger area sown. It is expected that 'withlu the next two yer& this j ralley will supply a larjje portion ot j the Territory with fruit, and a great ! tndny other things now brought frm California. Bw. Pact- Weses called in on u yesterday. He reports that the time are much improved in Pre.so-it, but that unless rain comes soon, the farm era will not hare crops, lie is on hi way to Tucson on a business trip. He reports the mines in the m i-1 . borhood of Prescott loolctna well ami that bullion will soon commence to flow toward the metropolis. ITo;r. Gidkox J. Tccker. formerly if T. Y., is now fruitinpr the Prevott j EnterprUe durin? the abssnce of It.-. ; Welier. Mr. Tucker is interestinj : himself in our mines to a large ex-j tent, and bas won many friends in Arizona. We wish him success in ! his new enterprise. Got. Fsemoxt was to have left New York for Arizona on Monday ! ia3t. He has succeeded in enlisting j capital toward our mines, and we j trust his brightest hopes will be real-! ized. I The Prescott Uirur is now lam- j pooniugGov. Fremont, Judtje Silent j and the lottery, and the latter is Re- J verely dealt with. We are roxiously ; waiting for the next course. j Considerable lniiiJin.rU now r' . Ing on in town, anil as soon as ti. heated te-m is over a greater ninuOer of builtliajrs will be erected. Our streets daring the week hive been crowded with teams loaded with mining machinery und other goods for our northern neighbors. Mall Contract to be let. The following are the V. S. mail routes advertised for bids; service from October 1, 1879. to Jons 30, 1532 : 40103 From Phoenix by FHvden's Ferry to McDowell, 31 "miles nn l back, three times a week. Leave Pncenix M-.inday. Wednesday and Friday at 11 a. m.; arrive at McDow ell by S p. m. Leave MeD'iwe'.l Tues day, Thursday and S turday at 8 . m. ; arrjveat Piioeni.' b '3 p.m. B::.d rsqnired with bid. ? 1,130. 40117 -From Tucwmi, hv Empire ranch and Huachuca, to Tombstone, 95 miles and birk, thr-e liineu n weak. Leave Tucson Monday. Weil. Besday and Friday st 6 a. in.; arrive at Tombstone in 20 hours. Leave Tombstone Tuesday. Thurso-iy nnd Saturday at 6 a. m.: arrive in Tm--mn in 20 hour. Bond required with bid. S-V700. Check. ?."53. 40113 From Tres Alanio. by Rich. Held, Old Camp Grant and Mesavillr to Riverside, 85 miles and hark, ouee a week. Leave Tres Alamos Tm-f-day at 8 a.m.; arrive at Riverside in24 hours. Leave Riverside Thurs day at 6 a. m.: arrive at Tres Alamos in'24 hours. Bond required with bid, f i.roo. 40110 From Date Cieek. bv Saint Marion river to Signal. 65 miles and back, twsce a week. Leave Date Creek Mnrtny and Friday at 6 a.m.; arrive at Signal by 9 p. m. Lt-ave Signal Tuesday and Sntnr lav nt 0 a. bj.; arrive at" Date Creek bV 9 p. ni. Bond required with bid, $2,400. 40120 From Camp Thomas to Camp Apache. 6 miles and back once a week. Leave Camp Thnmn T ie davat 8 a. m.; Rrrire tt Cam; Arrwbe in 15 hours. Leave Cutrip Apiehe VVednesday at 13 m.; arr!-e v! Cnmp Tboma in 15 hov;rs. Buad required 4 M. $1,200, 7:1.1 p.xsccrr -KiR' Aaainst th3 Sait R.v:r Valisy a; d EurroR Herald: The Picrcoit J iu:r, never wry k:;.d tow.i lie p iiple of this vaney, h,u- lor ta ) tt ..1'iutli or two, Lceu nut-do.n iUelt in ay;u bad tilings about St.Ii .iiver Vailey and iu people, and c. .iecia!!y about Piicecix and her in lahttaiiis. As I happen to be u Ml:, ii-riuer lor t;ie sheet, and oc asl.ia'lv real i ' when I hav i.ilulnr else to da, I have had thi ,:easure of rea.iiuj soaie vi;r3- nice. r.i.y pararaiius c-ai-eraiag uty neiiibors, and, of course, I could i u a 'i.id t.iat so,u of it was in.Mut for myself, although I am not one ol ..iijv) whilom residents ot Pie cott h it the J.M.V charui terizes in such -.lij.'.lit and ehate language, albeit, i:ie of tiieut ate mi: ai our bes;, .a t i::dus.ii-us and thiivia c.l.- V.iattver the cliar.-icter f raei .u y iiivc ti y wii.le ieiuiiigin Pv .... a. 1. 1 l.s l. ;:i: y, i; :s n.n ki.i.i, t .s.-y tiie le.u-t, lor tnc people of Pret." .-tt r !:e i'rec-Jtt p pt i. w.ieu tiie na e sett led in a iieijfliluirin lnwj ui I u.uier the g.-nial mtluan.e of its . i:tu .te, a. id tiie tei'.etai p.o. periiy a.MJ.ul thea:, have beiMJl , in t njiy tiiiivinj and prn.-per u hu. lu.i.ai a. id upriiriii ine.:, to t li ill audi .til Uiixni.l vv?ty a;oul tlie.n, Ufl only reuii.i.linj tiieiu of w: at taey wou.d pro.ia ly lie to f.ire:. Iiui as it w.-re. waruin thei.- n.-ig.i.ior. against them, by telni,j win-t thy Acre atone time in their iivis. uu.-.ti te tain d -moralizing intluances. Wli. n ni- u hare oeen able to see i lie error o. tneir ways, and I.ave de er lu n.-d, in a new country, with mw as.-o lates a id under in ie b n-gii in llae.iees, le id a u.-tler life, it is uu- eniiuaii iiu.i cruel to twit iin-m v. nil tiieir liiiiu.-ren. a-o -latio.is. Wliea, iiic paper retell A to accused us f tlmanilia 1..5U pi t. e- lor our pr. lu is, , t i 1 g ,k .t itio 1 h.itlis.i lo 11 tie. 1 he q e . .0.1 0 pn -s li aiw 10 ivuhi.e i sup ply ai;d ileiuaud. i.ave pa.d six, e.m, leu an t nen le.ve c u.sei piiilHJ lr potatoes ami cal.baue tioiu lav.,p.ii county within liie p st two yens, and e have not 1li1.uj.ht it .lorui wuiie to t;o to the jii.i.c-. s and growl or wniue iihont it T..e insin iitiio.i that lar.ncrs neie wee di.-poe-e. : to l.ur.i Ui-.r .ain raii.er ibun seit it il a lair liie, or at st'.eh a priee as the san.e qtinli.y of grain C.illld be I:. id Uow.l llfle lliilll Callfi.r U.a or other plaets, b . re lat e , and wicKe tiy falo. '1 li f -Ct is, t.ie 1 rice ol oariey :.t I lie ilep.it ai .ilaii c.-ii.i isl 73 pel I. u. idled, ibe treint is 1 pn la n oeii, wiucii wouiil make I lianey i'2 10 ueli. ami we are selling o.ir i. alley lineal 1101114,1 5u tol 73. an we o.iaii not have e.ioiivh lo sjp ply the OeuiHiui uii ti.e v. ar io iciic. e liavc never bur. is. t no iies:rov ed j any bacon or uanis, but 011 liie otner I ha.i l liave soi i it al 10 t 1 ti 1 i i;t. per j pound rii"!i it cost trnn 20 to cents ' per p'.un.l to l.-.v down the saiut ui ti- j c.e rotu fa! ifoi 1; .a Xaugi.ty and wicked s8 this pa- I per i.a l een 111 lelin.g tiie s o. .is ab.) e re er.cil to ali.iui lis, 1 cou.U have bi r.r ie a'.i l.i'.s iu silence, k.l w i.i thai sensible men voil"i enquire it these tilings wele le: lly so and, would ili.-i ovn' at last tlinl t ie p.ipers Were wrong it they were no, nolo lo tiuU a motive f..r the mi.-reprtstiita-tio.is. liu; iviiMi tii 1 Miicr accuse I lb .. people ot tiie Sut Kiver Valley oj s andcri.ig fit. s.-ott, l.;al hurt; it exitcd Ul.V ieclnig a. id I ivas f.ii.i to cry out; why are we ace e ted ol iiiee ti.i-r-. l i ii 11 v.iv did we sla. siler Present? I iiir.l.c.iiately began to make inquiries as 10 who hail done I tiie 111111 iiity thing anil in wnat man- ! nert.i.y l.a 1 pioi e.i.ed in heir evil j course. I I l iun.l one h id slid, th it in times ' pi..-i the i'.e co. I !-c;s wne oluni 1 u..li l.ii.g i. thews .In tiu.1 the stage c ...cii 01 t.iis d.iy, hu u iit in l.uud poimos tif 111..1I mailer, on another d iy i.!JJ poiiniis, on aiiotlier 2.U0O j o 11 tls. 1 11 I th.it since ;1 e I trseott Lit. la passed liiniugli Phce.iix, a 1 or-1 d...ar l o-l. 01 se wagon hu;r pr.s.-i-u I jit-r Miigon. lia.l be. 11 ab.e to liars-! port s.l I..e liiai.s ami p.-si-ngt rs w.thoi.t tlo in le, a. id u uele com-j pel.ed to ai htn wieiige that . tv. ,;s wieUed aud slumlcruus t' say sULh tni.igs. Another had said that very niary o! ibe fabulously rich mines of Yaa paiionii y. we.e tiiualed far lo the si.u'.h oi 1'iescott and much nearer 10 tiie railroad than Pren-oit ua.4, wil in a.l probability, a year or two at the fartneit, w.m.d see a wagon road di ved lio:u those mines to the railroad at Maricopa, thus enabling tiie miner to b ive a great ileal ill f.eight. and some timeai.d money in traveling, it they ha 1 i-csion lo go lo Sin Fran cisco. It was as many ca:i see a wicked slander on ilia people of that tivvn, and the Ulan descried to be re piovi d. An"ilier had sM that he consider ed Sail Kiver Val.ey, a prospetous place w.iii a good n.ture, if its peo ple kne.v how to takeadvnntaueof it: 1 1 .t be cm sabred it a safer place .h ill Yavap.n co.-.nty for a fanner to settle in. for the rei.s'in that we depend td upon irrigation to produce crops, ai.d willi re sonal.le industry a tar nier w:i certain of a fair average crop of aim. s: s-n thing be ch.ve to lant, while in Yav!ipii there was the lia bility tint there might be a irv sea son sometimes, so t!iHt bis crops would be pinched, or theie was a pos sible V that ti.e frost tiiiuhl rip his com and bis potatoes, or ptihr.ps even his pumpkin vines. Anoth t h 1 1 s lid tint fnr certain months, ti.e nmo:i, t of gnod shipped overt.c lailroad, consigned to mer eliHi.t in l:.ricopa rountv. exceeded that ot Yavapai for the iime time. lo b:- sure, an examination ol" statis tics, sin wed th:t he wan not fur wrong, but wo ild it rot her Ivpn Inst r.s wt 11, perhaps lor him not to have sai l it. However ft n 1 parents are of their c hild en. tl ey often ci ae to lire them ms !oi;ilv as in infancy, wl e 1 they tret 10 1 larsre to whip. A110, ii-r hud s tid that f-r eirht or nine month nf theyi ar the climate of S ilt River Valley" was Hip finest he liad ever seen, (and he had traveled n:ar!y over tiie whole elohel; that for the otUtr three or fuur mu'nlhs i .rasnuaily m Lot as Sacramento, S'.ockton or Maiyovule, aud soma other places in Caii.omia. but itiii 1 a ..-1. n... 1 ne could emluru the sli r. heated term for the sake of er.jnyiug ..1- remaining pleasant seasou. 1 .nought it wii h.ea for hiui to standi r prescott so, and telt like reproving ..ui, but the thought occurieu to tiu aat 1 would write something about .t . D.i tie noma probably lean it. v..i.iiei ban suiU In.. I we were to .jsve a jew touil .tlcuse, auu sevcr. l me m Ituul tiisii icis weie preparing .1) wiiil iitw si U001 l.i um iii.tt pi r asps w. u.a have Huoliier cburcu 1.. it ..11., ami luai very 11: any new auu .unslauitni btiilUiugf weic iu course n courii uclioii lu me town of l'lice ,.ii ; inai several ol the cauals wouic ..eemaigid aud exieiideii tuis tali; lu.l 'li iu) u iibii 3itsa ci'.y were mi iicViug u.iU puitijig uu iue f.aru ot .i'Ui.iij vii.ajjes, ail ot whicn ludl . a.eu tuai ibe tjall Kiver alley was prosperous and improving ami u 100 inquiry, sirange as it may seem to t.ie t .. u..tiui ri aoer, it had never jc wUieu lo i.iai thai be should M.l have ola. i.iicU fit-sciilt iu that way. 1 beaut auother say that be w-as l.ei.llii a pli.ltui d b the ccuiLUliui- tor sal i.ig 11, that lue people ol Ihti . aili y siniUiU at all tunes, aud sea nii.j use Ineil u I most enueavoisto eu . obl j,e lue ULVcii.puieul oi the 111111 .5' l.ueieot ot the whole leirilori, 10 at vcii.p the mechanical iuteres,. auu ail e.ilcrpilses that would tend lo .net ease the wcailu and jaipulatiob ..1 u.e wnoie 'Iiiritory, lor lue le.isou uiai ihe pii sperity 01 this valley de peuiiea uiuiu the prosperity ot the ivuolo rcrriiory. And yet jou woulu y believe, that 1 iouad, alter a mug i.ud powerful argument, a nuui i.11 : me people wno bad listened lo ihe ili tier, could not lie convinced iliat he bad siamiesed Prescott. 'ow. ;uk. liEKALD, you see how li is, lioiwiths.aiiiii'.g uiy injured feei lngs ai.d indignation at what I then lho""ght the Ui.jusl accusations of the Miner, I miu conipelii-d to acknow) ruge thai we have been slandering our neighbor, however humiliating it may be. Now, I hope, that nfter this free and open conlessioii of our Ois and a nic(rs pioiuise to do so no mine, the irood Prrsci It paper will at least lei us s lot e. 1 1ml 11 iu Oct penitent enough 10 ssj tbst if thij vi,l let us alo;ie tor a ti w weeks we will con-c.-ut to h' wip.-d o.f thi map; that we wont' never pretend to s-iy again that we have any climate; that we raise any wheat or barley, or Iruit or potaloes or any of the good things thai we oi'ghl to, or that we have any bouses or anything but hut mud huts to live in, or that we have anything her" worth living for, or that we are any sort of being v01 th havinii life or existence at all, it l.y so doing we could get a lew weeks re.-l from that Pescott psp.-r. Old Skttler. MIS CELLASEOUS. Irizona Lottery 1 US DEE THE DI-CC7I0X OF Governor J. C. FREMONT, Trrritorlal Commissioner. TCICH Jj fOMWATl E. ITrg. The lottery heretofore advertised to iple piece Jl"'E -ih. lt'.i-. i j cttfci-cd n.tll AUGUST 4 T H. I I 7 9, To be it -in held at the ff tr.e plcre &b& djewn in the em" muDier 8 tertto fore aunotEceJ. ALL TICKET BCirEFS, De'rtntr to do o mey errrender their V.ck. eir To J. icldwnter A Fro.. Fref-co't. A. T-. ai.d will thereryon receive f. 11 cab vfflne for tLe tame. All cnmratinicttione should be addiesBed to MICHEL GOLD WATER, VIZt ilTT. Arizona. At tip Prawlne of AUGUST 3:h. ttere will be distributed the following prizes, z: Oh r.rijf .t ? 0 0' 0 0 5z - o' 2.000 ni- pr;7.- f 1 .V lir I'Tiz of 1.0T0 Peh Tvf r;i-ji' "f ............... 7nft -afh Kiiir yr'.z- f 5 0 Hrh s-. pi7.f 4.f CSO eat-h '! en pr z - of l.r-0 h h F ry i iz-i. t I fl f Hrh y f'y r f " 5 -an F-f t ir'z- i .. t.ttrh itn h'linired pn tf 10 each T1CKTS mav bsorderstl from . G0LDWATER & BnO.. Aen s. Presco, A. T. Kake &11 dr:f's end otrr ps'al mory or ders paa! !e 1o teTr orcer. jllpersor Lavinir claims against th ARIZONA LOTTFKT COM PANT. Viii present them to M. GOLDH'ATER, Fresidcitt, 1'rcecoit. Arizona. PHCSfJSX Flour Mills KING S. V.OCLSEY, - - Prop, EXTKA FAMILY FLOUR For sale in quantities to euit Purchasers. HAN i SHORTS FOR SALE. HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR WHEAT. 3IISCELLAXEOUS. STAR " BAKBER SHOP. FELIX DEES, Formerly "with William ' StnreDbnrp has hi ted up' t Itarberihcn opposite lie Iiekal-d Oiire, wcere t will b pleased to ee Lis nnmerona friende and the public in Tenra!. !ibainr. iiliampoolns and Kair Catting done tn the L&iel Hiyla and 6&ti faction piaraateod. Arcade Brewery, AND SALOON, Cor. WuMcgtcn and JatToraon ctrecU, PncESTII. XEI30NA Coolest Place o? Eesort la Town. LEEK-AS COLD A3 ICE, wUcb we cer for sa'e by tbe Glass, Quart. Gallon or Carrel. 8ALOOXS AID FAJJILITS Supplied wltli Bottled or E; Beer. Cboice ".VIKES, -LIQUORS AND CIGARS. S7Come evervbody and enjoy comfort. ". A. ITSF. Joi.THAT.n"tyEH. Buemcfts Manecen Proprietor. . CARLLIS &. CO., Wholesale and Retail Dcalera io Foreign and Domestic FRUITS, CANDIES, NUTS, GROCERIES, ETC. Goods Carefully racked and tsbippeil. 151 Malr. utreet, FonotEce Box 30. 1a Xngeles. Cal. In. HO TOR TIIE SVIazatz; '-"MINES. The nndcitrried hft onrie a store at tn Vf.z'?l mJni; and TnT.U, where can be found a full assortment of unocrsiis & rKoyisioxs . . . .ALSO MINERS' OUTFIT, CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES. iv ra a crII and wee for your selves that I sell AT PRICES i That will prevent you from going to JIc- Dowell or Verde. C. M. CLARK. Faotics to Farmers Persons de:-iriug to pcrcha.e machinery I of any kind will do well to order the same through J. A. SMITH, Agent. for Frank Brothers. We are ready at short notice to furcieti Mowers, Reapers, Ileaclers, Separators, Engines, etc., And to give time on the same. J. A. smith. NEW HARNESS SHOP, IN FHCENiX. Whr ftry m rl r g-rnrtr of Fanif as m"H thing- itrlainii g to ut busins can be bad As nenr Califurnia prices e ran b made. EEPAIMXQ DOSE AT BED-ROCK PRICES. Gira n a atl rnH lqrn our Pries. 2 tt FOR 8A L.E. From 5 to 20 acres Of Land with Water Privilege, within OXE-HALP MILE OF PHCEXIX. ALSO Lots .la the Town of Phoenix. 92-tf WM. A. HANCOCK. 1C0 Reward. The above reward will be paid for infor mation that will lead to the arreit of the Mexican with the.&abre. who wounded three men laat Sand&r. U. ri. Thomas, Sheriff. ZUaCELLAJZSQUS Nothing but the Truth. New Store And Hrst-Class Gcccs. t GastanedB Haf opiii h'm llnf wk l Hi.('jim 7.vi o tue t-.ie f'.rinerlv i-opifii hi M.L. Fentlta, ui posite the flala. Oar Stek Contista of a Oeoaral Anwiiment of Family Groceries, Wines and Liquors, CROCKERY AND QUEENS WARE. Glassware, Clothing. Boots and Shoes, lists. And Gents" FurnisliiDj Goods. Hardware, Agricultural Implements, Tinware, Ciiprs and Tobacco, Wall Taper. Etc. tV b rtT r.f tti hat und most frftl hT" f-d -ttt -ks nt F:t. t'v H t d' Gv4 i I uf'sif 'WV w:ri t h tia ity of tittr hf h t w t r-ptwnT the. nr ko - will tt s -11 itvc rk t)m rm C H'inr o(1a oaa b purchea iini- hro in low II. ChII and examine onr stork r.(1 sec lliMt we represent to vnn noiJiinyr but the facts. J. M. CASTAKEDA e. czpsrAsn & CO. Forwariini and Coramlsaioa Ccrrhants. MA RICO f A A. T The citizens are informed that a large Lumber Yard litis hern established and the Ties ! CALIFORNIA LUMBER Kept for sale. Send Tor Friee 1.1st. SUCXALSEVV & OCHOA, GENERAL Forwarding and Commission MERCHANTS, MARICOPA. - - ARIZONA. At-o. wholt-ile ar.d retail merchauta at Sacford and Pli.itcce. THE PIONEER SALOON, MARICOPA, A- T. CHAPMAN & AHERNf PROPRIETORS. virE cool r.rnTEiSErT. mtlvat'- Kray on band. Polite an1 nuciiti bar tender always ready to attend to the r.tims of custom tre. A sli-re or tbe public pairon age solicited. Par open ail niht. BARNETT, BLOCK & CO., MARICOPA, and CASA GEANDA. A. T. Forwarding AND Commission R. E. Farrington & Co., Dealers in General Merchandise, AND FORWARDING & COMKISSJCN rVISRCHAfiTS, Maricopa, ... Arizona. ATI freight conMsrocd to our care will he jpromptlr lorwarded lo aoy y&rl oi tLe TurrUory. MARICOPA HOTEL, H. W. KLEIN, Prop'r. MAUICOrA, - - A. T. The patronajre. ot the traveling public is respecitiil! v solicited. The tble supplied with the liest the mmket aflortls and satisfaction guar anteed. T-"ts, Tcgetabks and fruit fctr sale. fa. Oa.il m TUCSON, A D ALEXANDRA I H i'l 11 iiy ii a kit ? m 9, its icill & Wholesale Corner of Maricopa aud Jefferson Our ror.nortions in Kentnt-Tcy. New York and San Francisco enables to purchase direct from Manufacturers and Importers, and having facilities io nlwstvs can v a lurtre stock, the quality of which we guarantee, we can sell at liiiu h lower fi-iurcs than any oilier house in the trade and can con tHently invite pu rt Lasers to call and examine our goods before buying elsewhere. Have on hand a select stock of Old Bourbon and Rye Whiskies, Brandie Gins, Rums, Port, Sherry, and Maderta Wines. Champagnes, Clarets, Jnutcrnes, Liqueurs, Bitters, and evektthisg appertaining to the LIQUOR BUSINESS. IMPORTED AIJD DOMESTIC jr- "VVe would call the Rttrntion of vvinos, Li(Unis and Cijjr.rs, tiie s'.tpnliccl 1'V lirst-class houses in San THOROUGHBRED Poultry and Berkshires T.-r-et Storlc of yi'li:lif-;? impoiK-a Fowls (h-';: .. . :" x; ..'!' '.n the rucitic J ..;.iHii3.tW Otrhoiie Tylers. y.&VsV " .iw vsisvy. My Berkshire T!reelers hve 1-e n imported direct from Ensland m rre;t expi-rse. I will sell a limited number of choice pigs VERY LOW To adver tise my stocK. I urn nlso breeding Poland China Pigs. . ...... . TI.. ir.D Pnmnq nr From stork imported mreer ironi me c.v, v...., .... . . i i. m.i r. , ..ninn ohprrl nlll v answered. Add Letter oj inquiry. ineioMiiir WILLI AX XIT.F.S. Iiiinorter Mnd En E3"$iife i.rrivl of fowls and eu'gs USTICK & CO., DEALERS IN GENERAL MEGHAN AXD OUT FITTING STORE. the Pioneer Store OF MARICOPA. Faijj Dealing Our Motto. Teamsters, Miners, Ranchers OR AXY ONE ELSE Will find it to their Interest TO ALL UPON US Before rorchsjsinc Eleeirhere- PHCENIX, 0 Liquor Dealers. Street PkeraU. of ronrioisfiirea to mtr xery select stock quality ol' winch will equal anrihinjp Francisco or Eastern Cities. General Paciflc Const Asnt for Americas Poci. tiiy Fked Yahs. It will make your hens lay und pre vents disease. !i"--i- - ed.-r. Los Anpelesr Cal. guaranteed.J .-T & Co. BATE OFESED OX Washington street, west of Gardiner's hotel, A laa;a aad p?adid atecft rf Ceneral MEKCHAXDISE. Which they offer to our citizens at the lowest pos sible prices. Every one is respectful ly invited to call and exam ine our stock and prices. Fast Freight Line BETWEEN Phoenix and Maricopa. Freight delivered in One Day. The Public are informed tbat b CAUOAff. 1 Ai HLh Hi. i ras'i. A I-