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THE PIKENIX HERALD.
HEMI-TTEEKIY EDItlOS, GOSPER McCLINTOSK Proprietors. Wcdaeadty, July . l79. TUE TEACi: OF AHIZO.VA. The Chicago Tribune is building bigli hopes of secuiing the trade r.f this Territory for Cbicsigo, over the Atchison anclTopefea road, at cheap. r rat-.s than California. In reply to this, the Bulletin says that if Chica go can send goods to Arizona at lss3 est than from San Francisco, all rilit; that the mines of Arizona are in the hands of California capitalist and they will purchase gooda where they can get theru the cbonpt-st. This competition for tra-.ie will inure to our benefit, and we care not whether we are supplied from the east or west. As our mines are rapidly getting into the hands of eastern capitalists, we think the tide is turning in their fa vor. The Atchison and Topeka is f.ist approaching our borders from the east, and the Utah Southern will soon enter from the north. These roads will undoubtedly bring goods to our doors at cheaper rates than from San Francisco, and in nearly as quick time. Even now clothing is shipped from Boston to Prescott at less cost than from California, suid we might enumerate many otner ar- tides. The Atchison road is built by Boston capital, and the ownrrs will certainly do all they can to secure the trade for their ciiy. Sail Francisco has heretofore been the mart for us, but unless she deals kindly, she will lose what she formerly controlled. It is a well-knocra fact tbat in the smaller Totvn3 on the frontier, but lit tle attention is paid to the spot select 's 1 for burial purposes. Graves are dug here and there without regard to regularity, and if siarkei at all by some flimsy stick or board that a gust of wind would remove. Such appears to be condition of the ceme tery at this place, but during the past week it has liecn considerably im proved by our worthy Sheriff, who has had the county prisoners at work clearing it off. It would take but a few hundred dollars to put it in ex cellent condition and move in this direction should be made. The final Testing place of man should be made pleasant. England is con-iderably worried over the agricultural depression of that country and at a meeting held in the House of Commons, the Govern ment agreed to the motion for the ap pointment of a royal commission to inquire into its cause, and how far treated. During tne debate that fol lowed, it was stated that the success of British agriculture was dependant upon America, and that if the cost of importing cereals fell below the cost of prodnv.ing a home article, the ruin cf British agriculture was not far distant. The Stockholder, a paper published In New York, contains five columns devotpd to Arizona mines and othtr resources, thus bringing us before the people of the Eastern States. This paper states that se-eral mills will be shipped from New York for this Territory, to be erected at Tonto and Richmond Basin. At the rate that mining machinery is being brought to the Territory, we will soon be first In the number of mills on the coast, and the first in the amount of bullion produced. As soon as the heated term is over, considerable building is going on in this place. During the past week, several contracts have been signed for the erection of brick residences, ami business places. Next year, our town will be double the size it now and with more substantial build- rFrfta our Territorial exchanges, . w e eeejihat the Fourth was celebrat ed in.ai'. cf the towxjs in the Territory with coiEsiv-erable spirit. KeV&iUi Commerce. The ncttsjil aanual ccumerce of Mexico wbh Ih.er cations, ;Vicording -to the latest ofBcia'dJata, is 3s -"ollows : Imports, 29,500,000 :.iports, irlud fccg 23,003,000 cf pjerions mt.'als, -273Q ,000 : total, 58,?5G00?. Co -n-Ncred Wfcji fhe populatioti the) total wis ?3-83 fnt each 'inhabit nt. whifc the United 3tatc3 eanais $i."7 per hVid, Cuba $120 pry head, Epiin $17 jifr head. El eiruo da Sfayo. Fcblie Xotice. The public arc notified that the support being insufficient, I have .withdrawn the sprinkling cart, and will be oblig-ed to go in other busi ness with my ieam unless better pat ronage is givea me. I will call on Jhe businessmen Friday, and if those ,Tvb3.do not subscribe will do sc, I .con continue. Tbee is a Jarjre strstch -f land .on the main t-treet that has been -daily watered, for which I receive no pay, there being no builings on said property. Three cnts per foot for the whole distance watered would be sufficient pay to justfy me in continuing. F.0GER5. Pacifis Coast Telsrans. Fire at San Itaf&el. San Rafael, July 5. About eleven o.clock last night a fire broke out in the residence of Mrs. Samuel Saun ders. The building and contents were consumed. Loss about 2,000; insured for $P00. Irowneil. Stocltton, July, 5. Theodore Tlart wig, stone cutter by trade, aged twenty-four, was drowned in Black Slough, on the lower end of R ibsrts Island, on the 2d inst. He kid been sent up the slouzh to Jordan's camp, when bis boat capsized. The body was brought here and interred. Tire at roville. Oroville, July 5. Last evening obout 9 P. M-, and while the fireworks were being exhibited, a fire broke in a frame building in the rear of the Commercial Hotel, which speed ily communicated with that building and both were consumed. Had there been any wind the whole bus iness part of the town must have teen burned. The loss is about $10, 000Aabout half covered by Insurance. The principal loser is Charles St. Sure, ownv of the hotel. The oi igin of the fire is unknown. Iea.th of a Humboldt County Pio neer. Winnemueca, July 5. Charles Kest 1-py, an old pioneer of Ilumbold- County died yesterday, and was bur- K$ to-day under the auspices of the Winnemueca Hose Company and Humboldt County Pioneers. It was this the largest funeral ever seen in countv. Miscs llancous Telagrams. tYlioTeHale Poisoning. St Pari. (Minn.),'July 5. Seventeen persons were poisoned to-day by some substance, supposed tartar emet c, in lemonade, at the picnic at Laneoboro. Some are dingjrouily poisDael, and their recovery is doubtful. Burned to Death. Pocgiikkepsie, July 4. M iss Jessie Dunbar, aged twenty-two year, was burned to death to-day, boys having ignited her clothing with firecracfc- er3- Lisutlniu Fire with KrroRene- A Mother and Child Burned to Jeatt New Yokk, July 5. Mary Ander- son and infant were burned "to death to-day. Cause, starting a fire with kerosene. Order by the Postmaster Gen eral. Washington, July S. The Post ma? ter-General has required all Post masters to make an actual count of the number of letters and postal-cards, j and of packages of third and fourth j class matter deposited for maiin? at their offices, upon the first seven days ! of September; and the 3uerintcndent j of the Railway Mail S-rvicc is direct. I ed to have a similar count made np oa car3 and steam-bsats for the same length of time. Sentence Eentittcdby the Fresi dint Washington, July 3. The Presi dent remits the sentence of dismissal by Court-martial upon Captain Joseph Rendelbrock, Fourth Cavalry. He was found guilty of misbehavior before the enemy Indians, and neg lect of duty. The Court recommend ed clemency, on account of the age of the Captain, lonj: and creditable service, and the fact that his physi cal condition showed him to be unfit for an active campaign. TELEGHAPH1C BREVITIES- At Lake Quinsegaamond on the alternoon of July the steamer Isaac Davis, loaded with passengers, upset and several lives were lot. A wharf gave away the same day at Trenton. N. J-, and lives were lout. The erime record in New York was large. The Third Presbyterian church at Trenton, N. J., has been destroyed by fire. Loss, $45,000. The Uniterian chnrch tt Scituate, near Boston, was burned on the 4th. The south fonndaiy of the State Prison at Sing Sing wa3 burned Thursday night. Rev. Dr. Jay S- Backus, former Sec retary of the American Baptist Home Mission Societj-, died in Groton, N. Y., on Thursday. i . H. V anderbilt purchased for $125,000, 2,500 shares of the Trov and Boston Railroad stock, gaining a con trolling interest. We call attention of our readers to the adv. of the soda factory in this is sue, iney are prepared to manu facture the best of soda and sasapa ri'i'.H at cheap rates and warrant no dtiJtrl'ol"B substances are used. For a jrocd pleasant drink and one that will l.avb no bad ettect, there is no bjtter. GVve them a call and get a dozen or to. The Cerbat MJning Company has teon incorporated jn New York. It consists of -ten rovnes ; Also the Mineral Part Com paviy- R. P. inland's haa filee.1 a petition with the Clerk of the Prolate Conrt praying for letters of sdmi.istration on the estate of Henry Sayerv. Next Saturday is the c!;tr set icr hearing ret:ticn- REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. The following real estate transac tion? were recorded in the office of th County Recorder for the month of June: James McMillen to "U"m. P. East man, undivided Yi of northeast )4 of section 21, T 1 X, R 2 E; also in terest in one water right in the Tem pi Irrigating canal, and right of way in the Hayden extension, $500. King S- Woolsey to Conception Peralta, lot 7 in block 5 $100. Probate Judge to Eugene I, and Marj" A. Fuller, lot3 10 and 12, block 2? 15. Jcsu 'lorcles to J;c Monday, lot 4 in block 37 $22. A- D- 'Williams to A Mercer, J-.j in- serest in the McDowell mine, located two miles north of the Verde river $50. Michael O'Conel and H C Parker to John D- Banner, 4 Antler mine -SI. J T Porter and Amanda L Porter to J B Montgomery and J D Miller, S E of S 2, T 1 X' R 2 E-$2,50C- C A Tweed to J T Porter, SE if of S 7, T 1 N, R 3 E, lease for four years at $300 per year. Probate Judge o Jultus Baucrlin, lot 1 in block 5 $22. Julius Bauerlin to James Curry, lot 1 in block 3, $S0. P Trapert and Joseph Bishner to A D Lemon, houl s tanding on the west side of the cast of L 23, block 21 $410. Probate Judge to Gcnivivve Oury, lots 5 7 and 8 in bloc k 8!i $15. Probate Judge to G A Oury, lot 11 block 8S-S3; also lots 1 and 3, block S7-$9; also lots 5 and 6, block 75-11. also lots 5, 7 and 9, block 87 $25 ; also lots 2, 4 G 8 10 12, block 87 $40. J M. Cotton to Lois Gertrude Cot ton, northeast corner cf block 77, CO feet on akington and 80 feet on Center Love and affection. Probate Juuge to G II Oury, same as above $5. J M Cotton to Lois GcrtrudcCct- I ton, lots 3 and 5 in block 11-love and ! affection EJward Irvine to Ellis, Asher & j Co lea 1 yenr, with a privilege of 2, reut$75 per month, south room of , the buiuling oa lot3 1 and o Wock oo i . , , . , .., j Alexander Steinaker to C R Mar. j tiadale, O Murcer and S J Munds, ! Isaac of lower floor of building on block 20, 1 year with privilege of 2 st a rental of $75 per month. Charles L Martin, John. J Powers, l of mine -Eest, McMillen district, $100. T C.)rella to Oarlos Talamantes, lot 1, block 3-S3X F A Shaw to A R Chaffee, 16 in" tcresi in Calhaimir mine, Cave Creek ditrirt-$l. M Welch to J B L Ward. Jf inter est in th3 1st extension of the Kich msnd; if interest Ruse lode-200. S B L Ward to C H Belderbach, same a? above same consideraiion. MISCELLANEOUS. S. Jackson, Having purchased the entire stock of Merchandise From Mr. Samter, I shall hereafter keep a full assortment of GOODS, and will sell the same to the public FOR CASH, at a living price, such as ;o defy all competition. Simon Jackson, Mon'wima Street one door above the HER ald Office. WE HOLD THE FORT!' You Can't Stop us ! Stand Aside ! Let those roilow who Can! NEW STORE! NEW GOODS! CHEAPEST TRICES! Lower than the Lowest. Mm ASHER &BRO. C or. TVa-siin-ton A Soaterara CppoBtte nonhwest roriier of F'ara. Bui agformerly cecapiedjby Co lon'iealccn. MISCELLANEOUS. LUMBER. THE MADERA FLUME &TRADING - Company. Fresno Co., Cal. Having established a LUMBER YARD AT MARICOPA Are prepared to furnish all orders for any kind of building lumber, and FENCING, POSTS, SHINGLES, SHAKES, At rates lower than any inside or out side of the Territory. Give us a call, before purchasing or ordering elsewhere. Correspondence Ansnrred. C II. I'HAJIPLIX, 93-tf Agent Maricopa. CALIFORNIA Variety Store 31. EBR AKDS, Proprietor. Having jngt returned fn m San Franrisoo I take pleasure io anoouncin to my Quineroaa Mends 8Dd th public in (reneral, - that I have purchased a larjje stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE, which I now offer at such exceedingly I.OW PRICES, as to defy competition. COME, SEE AND BE CON VINCED OF THE FACT. Keep on band a large assortment of Optical Instruments. SPECTACLES, GOGGLES EYE-GLASSES, FIELD-GLASSES, ETC.' Also an Optical eye-jin;re for ! fitting spectacles to any person. Arcade Brewery, AND SALOON, Cor. Washington and Jefferson etreete, PHCEXIX, ARIZONA. Coolest Place of Resort In Town. BEER AS COLD AS ICE, which we offer for sate by the Glass, Quart, Gallon or Barrel. Five Gallon Keg of Beer for $3. AST) One Dozen Bottled, 2. 8ALOOXS AXD FAMILIES Supplied with Bottled or Keg Beer. Choice WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS- tycome everybody End enjoy comfort. C. A. LUKE. Jos. THALTTETMER, Business Manager'' Proprietor. LUMBER!! CnECORY & WILEY, Havlnp madearrantrementpwlth a Lnmber firm, in San Francisco are now ready to furnish LUMBER, SniXGLES, DOORS WIXDOirS AXI) MOULDING, And in lact everything in onr LiBe. CHEAPER THAN FVPB SOLD IS THIS MARKET. JOE POHEIM, THE TAILOR. 203 Mor'Tiery Street and 103 1 hird Street Hakes the - Best Fitting CLOTHES In the City. ni French orer "her lil or price in Goods are than any Merchant for cash. on est Deahnj rompt Attention, ilh a Perfect Fit, irt line workman, iip pnaranteed, jrehie mottoes. v- riee 8 American Goods: Pants, from $5 00 Suits, from 20 00 Doeskin Pants, from 7 00 Overcoats, from 15 00 Vests, fiom 3 00 No. 2m Montgomery street. fRnssh Block), and lfW Third street, San Fraucit-co. ty Samples and Rnles for Self-Meaenre xnent sent to any address. Sni Sins: Chong. ..DEALER IN.. CHOICE TEAS, MATTINGS, SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, ax cni.visE aroxioxs. Is 2?on Cfhe. Caries' Block, north of Herald 1 m p gag Evlaricopa. iky hi bj 13 a i MISCELLANEOUS Hotel. WOOD & SMITH, Prop's. This hotel has been recently finish ed at great expense, and i3 now ready for the occupation of guests. THE TABLE Will be 'supplied with the choicest the market affords. Board by the uay, week or Month Liberal Terms Innl with Hejju lar Hoarder. THE BED ROOMS ARE LARGE Antl commodioat and sirtably furoisbed. TFIE BAR in connection with the hotel, is liberally supplied with the choicest brands of Imj orted WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. 93 -f E. GERMAIN & CO. Forwarding and Commission Merchants. MARICOPA - - - A. T The citizens are informed that a large Lumber Yard lias been established and the bes CALIFORNIA LLTMRER Kept for sale. Send for Price List. BUCKALEW & OCIIOA, GENERAL Forwarding and Commission MERCHANT, MARICOPA, - - ARIZONA. Also, wholesale and retail merchants at Sanfont and Florence. THE PIONEER SALOON. MARICOPA, A. T. CHAPMAN & PftOPRIETOn AHERN, ICE COOL Bt'DWEISER, MILWAU- cec and Phitatltjlphia Lajror Ii?er el- vuys on hftim. Folite nuri attentive bar tenders always ready to attend to the wanto of cuntomer. A staarc of the public patron age solicited. Br opeu all night. BARNETT, BLOCK & CO., MARICOPA, aad CASA GSAXDA. A. T. j Forwarding Commission FERCHAKJTS, R. E. Farrington & Co., Dealers in General Merchandise, AND FORWARDING & COMMISSJQN MERCHANTS, Maricopa, - - - Arizona. All freight enneitrrjed to onr care will be promptfv forwarded to any part of the Territory. I am prrrtarJ to ha- dl. fast freight and bwvv mnrhi"rv on una- no'iee. MAIUCOPAHOTEL, H. W. KLEIN, Prop'r. MARICOPA, A. T. The patroDnsre ot the traveling public is respectfully solicited. The table supplied with the best, the market afi'ords and satisfaction guar anteed. Egs, vegetables and fruit for s?le. Fashion Saloon, It. F. H AFFORD, Prop. 3IAKICOPA - - - A. T. All visitors at this town are invited to call at the above named popular place of report, next door to the hotel, where they can ob tain only the best Liquors. ALL ICED DRINKS of the peaeon concocted by experienced mix oiogiete. Call. flj-tf Masonic fJotice. THERE WILL JQX of the EE A JIEETHCG MASONIC FRATERNITY, At Steiimfeor-K Hall in Phoenix, on Saturday the 19th ipt. at. 8 o'clock charp, p m. for the completion of the arrangements fot a dispensation to form "AlilKOXA LODGE. Brethren in good standing are invited to attend. Members of the Association and those di rectiv interested are particularly requested to attent.T Bv order of the chairman. I. H. COS, Secretary, Phoenix, A, T.. July 4. IS; 9. 100 Dental Notice. Dr. E. P. Ryder, of Prescott is in town where lie will remain for a lew days. Any one defiling his serviced ean find him at the Bank Exchange. Phoenix, July ?d, 137?. ?9tf TUCSON, AfiSD ALEXANDRA. Wholesale Corner of 3Iaricopa and Jefferson Our connections in Kentucky, New York and San Francisco enables us to purchase direct from Manufacturers itnd Importers, and having facilities io iilways carry a large stock, the quality of which we guarantee, we can sell at much lower figures than any other house in the trade and can con fidently invite purchasers to call and examine our goods before buying elsewhere. Have on hand a select stock of Old Bourbon and Eye Whiskies, Brandies Gins, Rums, Port, Sherry, and Maderia Wines. Champagnes, Clarets, Eauternes, Liqueurs, Bitters, and everything appertaining to the MQUOR BUSINESS. IMPORTED A$D DOMESTIC We would call the attention of connoissures to onr very select stork. ofU':nes. Liquors and Cigars, the quality of which will equal anything supplied by first-class houses in San Francisco or Eastern Cities. THOROUGHBRED Poultry and Berkshire L-rgett Slock ot Impo t2d Fowl on the Coast. Carbolic Powders etc., etc.. Always s;vH.4r' on Hand. My Berkshire Breeders have been imported direct J1 J"$nA5 c-rent expense. I will sell a limited number ot choice pigs VEKi IXW io advertise my stocK. I am also breeding Poland China Pigs. From stock imported direct from the Magee Companr Letters of inquiry, inclosing stamp, cheerfullly answered. Add C-3afo arrival of fowls and eggs USTICK & CO., DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE ! AND OUTFITTING STORE. THE Pioneer Store OF MARICOPA. Fair Dealing Our Motto. Teamsters, Miners, anchers OR ANY ONE ELSE Will find it to their Interest TO CALL UFON US o PHCENIX, Liquor Dealers. Streets Phoenix. Generl Paci'e Go Aeent for Akekicaj Poultry Food. It will make your HENS LAY and prevents diserse. guaranteed.. 67-tf & Co. HATE OPENED ON Washington street, wesS of Gardiner's hotel, A la'tre and Bplaodid stock ef Genera! MERCHANDISE. Whicn they ofler to our citizens at the lowest pos sible prices. Every one is respectful ly invited to call and exam ine our stock and priests. nol2 Phoenix Hotel. Washington St., between Maricopa and Pima streets. Cooi and elegantly Furnished Rooms Singly or en suite- BATHS, Warm or Cold. BAB AMD READING KOOJl. TERMS MODERATE. J. J. GAKDISEK.