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THE PIKENIX HERALD.
HUII-WEEKLY E3ITIOX. Wednesday, Jnly O. 179. TOWN AND COUNTY. Colonel Wtx lsey left no will. Nogs at the Bank Exchange. Vacant bouses are a scarcity iuthis town. Milk Punch at the Bank Ex change. Ten prisoners, are confined " county jail. Chew Jackson's Best Svreet Savy Tobacco. The school house bonds have not been sold yet. Genuine Krug and other Cham pagne at the Bank Exchange. John Y. T. Smith s now running the Phoenix Flour Hills. To Cjm'ii3ial trivalers 3 imple rooms at the Bank Excliange. Last nijrht was the final perform ance of the Varieties. A very fine biUiard table at the Bank Exchange. The Board of Equalization will be in session all this week. All Iced Drinks of tlio season a the Bank Exchange. Read our advertisements and them go and patronize the advertisers. Ice Cream every day at Smith's res "4aurant opposite the Postoflice. The fruit crop of this valley will be very large this season. Go to tr.e Bank Exchange. Best -accommodations for travelers. Bend cur freight reports and pas senger' list. Both are feceived by telegraph. Ice Cream every day at Smith's res taurant opposite the Postoffice. Higi McDonald 5s now occupying his new residence in the northern part of town. Ice Cream every day at Smith's res taurntt opposite foe Postoffice. Old Sabre Slasher is engaged dur ing the day in cleaving off the mes qtiit from the town property. For a fine Cigar call at the Bank Exchange. Information is wanted as to the whereabouts of R. C. ZUcXary by his father, G. K. W- 31 cXary, Pres-cott- Iced Champagne on draught t the ' Bank Exchange. Mr. B. 31. Watts will leave for AVashingtoa ia a. few days to perfect the patent on his lightening bay press. For building lumber at bed-rock "prices, address Clipper Mill lumber Company, Pres-rott. The large two story building north east of plaza is being plastered on the outside and presents a neat ap pearance. All Territorial and leading city newspapers of the U. S. on file at the Bank Exchange. The thermometer at 2 p. m- in this city yesterday stood at 110 deg.'Ynma same hour and day 110, Prescott 85, Send tf Maricopa for your building Lumber, Good and dry, great saving in freight. C. II. Ciiampi-ix. Ellis, Aslier & Co. have leased the south room of Irvine's new building. The lease runs for one year, with privilege of two. Contractors and Builders, address ft IT 1 1 - . r . ' - . . .. . viiampnn, .uuncopa, tor his prices of lumber, before buying else where. m Next Monday is set for hearing the j petition of 3Iary H. Woolser, asking for orders of administration on the! ccuiie oi ii.ing o. v ooisey. No Knots or Pitch in Maricopa finishing lumber. C.H .Chahplix. Coolest place in town is the Bank Vxcbange. Ilappy Harmon of the telegraph office took too much familiarity with Howry's dog Towser the other day and was slightly bitten. Splendidly furnished, well ventila ted rooms, single or en suite, for sin gle night, or by the week or month at .reasonable rates, at the Bank Exchange- Last year during the month of July several cases of small pox were iu the valley. This year no cases have been reported so far. S. H- Mott of the firm of Perry, Woodworth & Co., extensive lumber dealers of Southern California, ar rived in town this morning. We are under obligations to Mr. G. 31. F. Herrett for a fine supply of peaches from the Moore ranch. They were of the strawberry Tariety and very rich. Water was turned off the ditches for several days for the purpose of cleaning. Last night the canals were very high with a goml supply running through the ditclie3 ia towa. The project for repairing the Black Canyon road is on the wane. II. N. Alexander, attorney for tbe Southern Pacific Railroad arrived ibis morning, lie appears in behalf of the railroad company who claim exemption from taxation. They have been assessed for $176,000, 3Ir. aterman having received a larse stock of goods can now make anything in his line of business Any person wishing anything in the tin and shoetiron line will find it to their interest to patronize him. Op posite the postoffice. Sheriff Thomas keeps the prison ers busy evey day clearing the ceme try and other town property of the mesquit aud other rubbish, when they are returned to the cooler in the ufternoon after working all day in the hot sun. They must have anexcel lent appetite for Bupper. It is with some degree of satisfact ion that you can buy meat at Baltz & Kelley s putcher shop anil then go home andeatitwith a relish. Every thing is so neat and clean and tidy. This establishment has connected with it a sausage machine that after you have seen it run makes ycu eat nothing but sausage for some time to come. The machine is supplied with three large knives and as the cylinder revolves the meat is well cut, in the hands of a thorough butcher, Mr. Baltz. It is well seasoned and is just excellent. On Sunday night last the Jones' Variety troupe gave Billy Brewster a rousing benefit, in which Billy as sumed several different characters. Mrs. Jones sang sweetly several new songs and took part in several larces. She shows considerable talent, and in a few years will be a star. Brewster is good in all his parts, and manages to keep his auditors in the best of hu mor. The tumbling feat of the India Rubber Boy was well executed. The other me libers of the company sus tained their parts well, and were heartily applauded.. It was decided ly the best bill given here. FREIGHT ARRIVALS. SPECIALLY BP'-rKD FOR THE SET1 WEEKLY HERALD. The following treight arrived at Maricopa on the following days : SATCTtDAY, JCLY 5. Phoenix G. Coats, 17 sundries, 9S5, Byron McMurruy, 1 trunk, 4."i ; II M Ryder, I hardware, 100; E Ir vine & Co., 1 hardware, ISO. Prescott L. Bashford & Co, 1 pa per hanging, 150; Golden Era M Co, 9 machinery, 20,000, (1 boiler, 2 mor tars, 2 smokestacks, flywheel, etc.) SUNDAY JITLY C. G Coats 1 berrie, 1 lard, 149. Monday, July 7. Phoenix Goldman fc Co, 20 bags sugar, 1 carpet, 2,115; PBrix, 2 sun dries, 330 ; B L Con vers, 1 whisky 50 ; M Asher & Bro, 1 clothing, 100. Prescott V," 31 Buffam, 7 tea, 9 crackers, 1,180; James Daley, 1 ci gars, 2; D llatz, 1 cigars, 70; L Bashford fc Co, 11 sundries 655. Tiger mine SO sundries, 4,973. TCtCSDAY, JULY, 8tH, Pha-nix Gregory fc Wiley, 1 car lumber, 22,000 ; E. T. Johnston, 1 mdse, 290; G. Coats, 1 honey, 1 ber ries, 85. Prescott A. S, Robbins, 1 hard word, 130; Boweu, Knowles & Co., 18 sundries, 1,310. Another cur of lumber came yes terday for Gregory & Wiley, but bill ed for 3Iaricopa- PASSEXtEIt LIST. BY TELEGRAPH TO THE SEMI-WEEKLY HERALD. The following passengers left Mari copa on the date named and arrived in Phcenix the next morning and Prescott the day following. List is furnished by Agent Van Fleet: SATURDAY, JULY 5TU. Prescott Mrs. McAllister, U. J. North, Johu Cheslcy. SUNDAY, JULY 6tU. Wickenburg Mrs. B. Martin and two children. Prescott R. Rymer. SIQXDAY, JULY 7TH. Chas Besse and wife, John More, Thos. Sutton, J- II. Qninn, JnoRyar, N. Ilackley, R- Reyenout, II. N. Alexander, S. II. Mott. A Valuable Present. You can send the Semi-weekly IIekald to any part of the United States, postage paid, for one year $5; 6 months, 3 50. Keep your friends posted on Arizona matters. Xotice to Farmers, The undersigned has for sale eight fine American horses. Hay or grain taken in payment. Apply to J. E. Dukkee. Seymour A. T. 98 l'-m IstMalc, A Large white mare mule strayed from Maricopa Wells about ten days ago. Any information will be re warded by the undersigned. 93 6t J. M. Bryaxt. For Hale. Claim to section 6 Township 1 North, Range 1 East, taken up under the desert Act. -5200. Inquire of Geo. E. Loriag at the Express Offic.-. LATEST ARIZONA NEWS. Special Telegram: "Herald." to the Rain General Throughout South ern Arizona. Double Murder Tombstone. at The "Enterprise" Newspaper at Prescott Changes Hands. Jodgc Silent Stearins; the Weber Defalcation To-day. SPECIAL DISPATCHES TO THE HERALD. Prescott . Prescott, July 9 2r. ir. Sprink ling rain now and heavy clouds with prospect of heavy fchowers. A man was injured at Bradshaw by falling (iown a shaft. Name unknown His condition is critical. Prescott, July 9th. John Mari- on is again at the wheel, me en terprise is defunct and from it3 ashes, phcenix like, arrises the Arizona. It will be neutral in politics at present. The Paul AVebber defalcation mat ter is bein? heard before Judge Si lent to-day. Prescoit lodge No. 1, K. of P. elect- ed officers for ensuing term last night. The Board of Supervisors are in session to-dav. The jury disagreed and were dis charged in the case of the United States vs. John A. Byers for counter feiting. Another Murder at Tombstone. Tucson, July 9th. To-day's Cit- ezen will contain a letter trom the Tomb; toae district saying that John Hicks was shot and killed and hi3 brother was mortally wounded on last Sunday night. The writer says that the shooting wns donn by Levy McCormick aud a man named Jackson, but the coroner's jury found that death was caused by a ot fired by some one unknown. It was raining on every side of Tucson yesterday, but very little fell here. Very heavy rain failing east and north of here this morning. Tnrson Ticks. Tucfon, July 5th. The For.:t"i was celebrated in a fitting manner at this place. The military of Fort Lowell assisted by tbe artillery fired the salutes ; the Sixth Cavaly band furnished the music, and a polished oration by Hon. Benj. Morgan. In the evening there were brilliant fire works and a free dance. Over 2,000 people were in attendance. Eight more bricks are ready for shipment from the Tombstone dis trict. Weather is hot, had a little rain ast night. Rain at Florence. Florence July 9th. Rain com menced at 7:45 last evening. It still continues. Weather cool. Maricopa Katters. Maricopa, July 9. It commenced raining here early this morning and still continues. Dust nicely settled and weather cool. Lieutenant Scott with a car-load of Government horses from California is expected here to-night. The railroad pile driver and con struction trains are at work in this locality. Burnett & Block are moving into their new adobe building. The Bank Exchange dining rooms and restaurant will open for business this evening. Our dispatches indicate that the rain has been general throughout the southern part of the territory. Varna Gatherings. Yu.va, July 9th. Six car-loads of lumber for Perry Wood & Co, Mari copa and 1 for R. E. Farrington ar rived here on Sunday. An extra engine came in last night for the gravel train, to work at and near Maricosa. Salute at the Fort, a dinner at the Colorado Hotel, a ball at the Court house, with a grand supper at the Colorado Hotel, where dancing was resumed and kept up until daylight, was the way we celebrated the Fourth Yuma, July 9th. Coal derricks for Texas Hill aud Maricopa, with iron tubs, etc., arrived yesterday. Lieut. Scott, Cth Cavalry, arrived with 31 horses, J. Whitney, former ly of the St. Charles hotel, Los An geles came in charge of them. IVickeburs Items Wickenburg, July 9th. Mr. Els worth, Supt. of the Oro mine, has just arrived from that place. The mino is located sixty miles west. He brought in an egg of pure gold, worth $106, which was produced from 500 pounds of ore rock, worked by an arastra. Weather cool and threatening rair Mining Locations. The following locations were re corded here during the month of June : Comet ledge, Wickenburg District, S Braffett, J03 McKinley, A H Pee ples. Ruff and Lamoile mine, Touto Ea- sin, J. JSi. uotton, m. acnun;, ju ga zelle, Dr. Conyers. Wickenburg ledge, Spring Valley 6 miles west of the junction of Castle Creek and Agua Fria river, Henry Wickenburg, William Gillespie and Chas. P- Stanton. Dolly mine, 3IcMillen district, S. Richard O'Connell. NEW ADVERTISE3IENTS. Peter Brix & Co., Phoenix Arizona. SODA WATER ....AND.... SARSAPARILLA. For Saloons, Families and Everybody, Pleasant. Healthful and Cheap. la yon don't like it straight, ask for a Soda Cocktail," Saloons furnian them. fj??Ordcrs solicited and satisfaction guar anteed. Let it now be wide spread So that all may know it, THAT Goldberg & Son. Are now selling their large and well selected stock of Gcner I Merchndis c, AT REDUCED PRICES. No trouble to show goods Satisfaction .for onr Customers Families furnished with choice GROCERIES & PROVISIONS, at KF.ii:t:i:i bates. Goods delivered to any part of this Town, free of charge. All Kinds of Imtnee and &oltl. Boofht H. Goldberg; & Sen. Next to Steinecker's new building. BANK EXCHANGE HOTEL. Washington 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. Superior accommodations for families. The aim of the propri etor will bo the comfort and welfare of bis guests. Rooms Reserved by Telegraph Billiard Table and Bar ConnectecUwith tbe Honse. Only the Finest Liquors & Cigars. PRIVATE CARD BOOHS. The principal Eastern, California and Arizona papers kept on file. A share of tbe public patronage is olieited. Fifty Thousand - Assorted Merchandise Just Received at the Huge E DIRECT FROM THE E LST, and especially selected for this llarket by Mr. A. Goldman, comprising : Latest Novelties in Calicos, Dress Goods, Shawls and White Goods. Latest Styles in Fancy Goods, Underwear, llosiery and Gloves. Latest Fashions in Ladies', Misses' and Children's Trimmed and Untrimmed Latest Patterns in Clothing for Men, Youths and Boys. Latest Designs in Boots and Shoes. And, in fact, everything desirable for Ladie3, Gen tleraen, Misses, Girls and Boys. The Whole Stock Has Been Purchased for Cash, AND WILL OUll PHI C LIST Will be found in the Store, to show everybod' that we SELLING SO LOW That Competition becomes an Impossibility. Yours Truly, GOLDMAN & CO.j GOLDMAN & CO. OOp Dollars Worth 0F - stahlishment OF Hats. BE SOLD AT For C a s h. where we shall be pleased are 00 MISCELLANEOUS H. Morgan & Co. Washington St., Phcenix AND Morgan's Station on the Gila River Importers and Dealers in Groceries and Clothing, Dry Goods, Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, fcc. At prices to suit, the times DUSTERS, From S2 60 Upward. LADIES LINE SUITS In Three Pieces for SI m.d.A 85. WHITE VICTORIA LAWN, NAINSOOK'S LAWN, AND BISHCP'S LAWNS. From SO cents a Yard rpwarA. Beautiful Pattens in Ginghams. Embroideries, From five cents & yard upwards L. BIEN, r A cent for - DOMESTIC JPAPJSU FATTEBX 234 JT Street. BACEAMEXTO. By sending Bust measure, length of fleeves, length of ekirt, a SURE FIT JN LADIES' SUITS can be secured. Ladies will bear in mind that it takes bat Three Days for a letter to reach Sacramento, and Three Days more for an answer making tbe time only Six Days altogether. RSotice. Having established a Purchasing Agency, MR. L. BIEN will give his per sonal attention o all or ders of any kind, such as boots, & Shoes, Furniture, Groceries, Crockery, Car pets, Milenery Goods, etc. LIVERY, FEED ...AND SALE STABLE.... E. E Y E R PROPRIETOR. (Late J. D. Monihon's.) Washington Street, Corner of Cortez. TTATO'C! PURCHASED THE STOCK. I I of Horses. Buciee. &c. latelv in ne , in this stable, the present proprietor will add to it the BEST OF HORSES And Most Klegant Tnraonts. Hay and Grain Always od' Hand and lor bale, AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL 37" Horses boarded by tbe dav, week or tnontli; at reasonable rates. ' Satisfaction guaranteed. FRESH Beef Cattle -TE RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE V Retailers of Arizona that we are prepared to lurnUb on hoof Fat Beef Cattle, at any season, in anv quantities, aud at tha Lowest Possible Price. The cattle are at tie excellent grazing etnimt v aiouuu lonto Basin, and in good condition. We will lur me reianem in logsrec-. ion with Dressed Beef lnni our Slaughter .louses, north of town,. Orders solicited.