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THE PHCEN1X HERALD.
NE.nl WKF.KLV EOITIOX. Wmfrdny. July 1. 179. TOWN AND C0UNTY7 Luring is sinking a well- EllS ""g- at the Bank Exchange. Farmers are disposing of consider able of their grain Milk Punch at the Bank Ex change. Bid. will be received next Monday (or feuding the county prisoners. Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy Tobacco. The Phopnix flour mill is puttin-r up a warehouse adjoining their mill. Genuine Krug and other Cham imgnes at the Bank Exchange. The District Attorney lias paid into the County Treasury $G4$.83 delin iuent taxes collected during June- To Commercial travelers Sample rooms at the'Bank Exchange. M. L. Peralta reports time picking up in Seymour, and is sending con siilcrable merchandise to his store at th.it oint. A very fine billiard table at the Bank Excl.ange. Senoritta Manuella Arviza, sister-in-law of M. L. Ptralta, has returned to her home in San Francisco, after a four months visit in Puofiiix. All Iced Drinks of thv season a the Bank Exehauge. The Board of sc hool Trustees met Wednesday bnt transacted no bus. incss. They will meet again this ev ening. Ice Cream every day :il Smith's res taurant opposite the Poslollice. Anders & Rowe, of Bradshaw, have dissolved partnership, Mr. Ko we hav ing purchased the inUrest of Mr. Anders. Go to the Bank Exchange. Best accommodations for travelers. Watterman, at the tin shop oppo site the potoffice, hai on hand a large assortment of stoves which in tending purchasers will lind to their advantage to inspect. Ice Cream every iliy at Smith's res taurant opposite the Postoftice. One of our livery stable keepers, last Sunday while cleaning a buggy which hud been out all day found two dresses, one wrapper, one small apron, ami several other lesser articles. The owner can hare the same by calling lor ILem. Kor a fine Cigar call at the Bank Exchange. Mr. Howe tells a good story of a 31 r- E. , a San Francisco "capital ist", wiio told him he wanted to pur. 'hase about twenty good mines, vary, ing in price from $73 to floO, and that he had a town lot in Oakland, value about $2,000, with which to make payment. Mr. Rowe said he had no such high priced properties. Iced Champagne on draught at the Bank Exchange. The Board of Equalization has re-' fused to strike of the assessment of the Southern Pacific. I tail road, Mr. Alexander, attorney for the company having apiearcd before the Board iind asked it, in conformity with an act of the Legislature. The District Attorney of this county informed a Hku.u.d reporter yesterday that Yuma and Pinal counties had also ret used the request of the company. . For building lumber at bed-rock prices, address Clipper Mill Lumber Company, Prea-.-ott. Superintendent Webber of Tiptop arrived Thursday evening, bringing down with him $30,232, being a twenty-eight days run of twelve hours each of the company's mill at fiiliett. The hoisting works now on the ground, will soon be ready for use, when enough ore can be sup plied to keep the mill running steady and of course a corresponding in crease of bullion. All Territorial and leading city newspapers of the U. S. m file at the B.rnk Exchange. W. A. Rowe, the lively Bradshaw merchant spent Thursday in Pha-nix. This ecntleman seems to be deter mined to control the entire trade of his section of country, he having just started a fourth establishment at the Vulture mine in charge of Mr. Drew. The other three stores being aljhe Peck, Tiger and Tiptop mines. Mr. Kowe is energetic and active and is deserving of his success, lie re ports much activity in the mining camps and anticipates a brilliant showing in the next few months. Splendidly furnished, well rentila led rooms, single or en suite, for sin gle night, or by the week or month at reasonable rates, at the Bank Ex change. John Ii. Dall & Co. have been ap. pointed agents for Southern Arizona, for J. H. Cutter's ce'ebrated whiskies of Milton .1. Hardy, Louisville Ken turkov. A car load will arrive here ia a few da vs. Married July Oth, by E. W. Wiley George J. Smith and Edney A. Mor- rcll. IJ. P. Hilands has been appointed minimis. rator of the estate of Harry Savers. During the coming fall we shall open a tre yard In the city, which will 1 in charge ot Mr. J. W. Weav er, our authorized agent, for the sale ot trees, plants etc. Mr Weaver will soon call upon the farmers in the val ley, who will find it to their advan t.airc to reserve their orders until after seeing him. Woodhead & Gat, Geo. F. Coats. As an ice machine is about to be erected in Tucson, we would recom mend to the gentlemen starting the enterprise to take pattern from our institution. This machine, the invention of Mr. Lount, continues working very successful, and no matter how hot the day, our people are never in want of a nice cold drink. Ko Knots or Piteh in Maricopa finishing lumber. C.1I .Ciiami-lis. W. II. Reynolds has returned from McMillen where he has been for the past five or six weeks on business connected with the. Sheriff's oflico. He reports th stonewall mill run ning regularly and turning out about 500 pounds of silver bullion per week. The town of McMillen is quite lively its chief support, the mine company pays out in the neigh borhood of $12,000 monthly on ex pense account. The night before leaving Mr. Reynolds reports the burning of a small dwelling, the property of Charles Hoffman. Coolest place in town is the Bank Exchange. Fro n the report of the County Treasurer, for the second quarter we take the balances in the different fund--. Territorial Fund, $110 00; Schoil Fund, $4 50; Prison bond, $20 10; County Road, $29 60; School, $103 82; Maricopa Wagon Road, $102 02; County Contingent, 28 cents; Sink ing Fund, $508 02: General Fund, $45 08; School District, No. 1, $115 08; No. 2, $79 91 ; No. 3, $40 39 Xo. 4, $190 98; Xo. 5, $59 71; Road District, Xo. 1, 34 cents; No. 2, $250 34. Contractors and Builders, address C. II. Cliamplin, Maricopa, for his prices of lumber, before buying else where. m Ice Cream every day at Smith's res, turant opposite the Postoffice. FREIGHT ARRIVALS. FPKCIALLY REPORTED FOR THE SEMI WEEKLY HERAIJ). The following freight arrived at Maricopa on the following days: WEDNESDAY, JULY 9TH. Phoenix G. Coats, 8 sundries,410 A Goldberg, 1 penches; S. Jackson, 7 groceries, 590; Gilmer Laulsbury & Co., 3 axle-grease, 140- Prescott Randall & Kline, 11 hardware, 430.. THURSDAY, JULY 10. Pocenix G Coats 1 berrie, 1 pears 2 apples, 3 eggs, 2 butter, 1 hone-, 1 luster,450. Wickenburg II L Bull, 1 sewing machine, 125. FRIDAY, JULY 11. Phoenix G. Coats, 1 berries, 20; M. L. Peralta, 10 shovels, 480; H. Morgan, 1 hardware, 200. Prescott A. S, Bobbins 2 sun dries, 480; W. M. Butlum, 22 sun dries, 1,890. rAM8ESEK LIST. BT TELEGRAFU TO THE SEMI-WEEKLY 1IEHALD. The following passengers left Mari copa on the date named and arrived in Phoenix the next morning and Prescott the day following. List is furnished by Agent Van Fleet: WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, Prescott J. Howell, J. R. Argues. TIICRSCAY, JULY. 11. Phoenix G II Eldridge, Jno. Swaine, F. Rufcorer, II McGillan, M Wormser. FRIDAY, JULY, 11. Prescott Ah Sing, Ah Jim. Phoenix Ah Sam, F. Coblantz, G. Berliner, I). Balsz, J. J. Slime. A Valuable Prenent. You can send the Semi-weekly Herald to any part of the United States, postage paid, for one year $5 ; 6 months, $2 50. Keep your friends posted on Arizona matters. otlre Co Farmer, The undersigned has for sale eight fine American horses. Hay or grain taken in payment. Apply to J. E. Durkee. Beymour A. T. OSl-m I. out Male. A Large white mare mule strayed from Maricopa Wells about ten days ago. Any information will be re warded by the undersigned. 96 6t J. M. Bryant. For Male. Claim to Eection 0 Township 1 North, Range 1 East, taken up under he desert Act. 200. Inquire of Geo Loring at the Express OSce. LATEST ARIZONA NEWS. Special Telegrams to the Herald." President Hayes Revokes His Reservation Order. A Man Killed By Lighten ing in Tucson. Democrats Meet in Prescott Next Saturday, Tombstone Ships more Bullion. Chinamen on their Way to Work the Clifton Copper Mines. Interesting; Item from AH 8ee tiooM of Ariaoua. The PreHlilent Revoke the Halt Kivrr Kenervaiioii Order. Tuciox, July 12. The Citizen to day publishes a Prsidential order of June 14th, settinr apart lands in Salt River Valley for Pima Indians. One of the reservations lies between Mc Dowell and Salt River, and another on the north side of the Gila river, between the old Pima re serve and Salt River. These two arc absolute reservations, and the lands now occupied by said Indians in townships one and two south, ranges five and six east, south of Salt River are temporarily withdrawn until the Indians are severally disposed of and receive payment for the improve ments thereon. Heavy rains on every side and some is falling in town. 31 ore TombHtone Bullion. Tucson, July 11th. Ten bars of bullion, valued at $20,517 were re ceived to-day from the Tombstone company, and forwarded this even ing to Philadelphia by Safford, Hud son & Co. At one o'clock this afternoon a heavy rain storm occurred here, ac companied by sharp lightening and thunder. Wiliam Quinn was struck to-d.i and killed instantly by lightning, while standing in En-hill's shop, lie the same Quiim that caused a di - turbancc at Tombstone last Sunday night which resulted in the . killing of John Hicks and seriously wound ing Hicks' brother. Vint UatherlncK. Yuma, July 11th. Henry Lczinsky arrived Thursday with 50 Chinamen to work the Clifton Copper mines. A company of soldiers have arrived to relieve the garrison at Fort Yuma. C. Thornton of the Southern Pa cific Railroad Law Department, came in yesterdaj- and continues to Phoe nix. From the Capital. Prescott July 12th Nathan Barth arrivtd yesterday fiom the Little Colorado with salt teams. Five wagons filled with immi grants from Leadville, Colorado arrived here yesterday. They report dull times in Colorada. They want work. Governor Gosper left for the upper Verde yesterday. A meeting of the Democratic Cen tral Committee has been called by Chairman W. W. Hutchings for the 19th. Hon. J. II. Rehan Is quite ill. Maricopa Matter. Maricopa, July 11th. Dr. Gray left yesterday for Napa, Cal. where he will be employed in State Asy lum. Water has been reached on govern ment lot at depth of fifty-eight feet. An eight board fence has been built around the lot. Lieutenadt Scott of Fort Verde left here this morning with six hand some horsea for Prescott. Town is very quiet everybody in the best of humor. The late rain put new life into all of us. AXOTIIER STA(iK ROBBERY. The 51 earnest per im Badly M ound ed by the II ich wa incn. The South bound stage that left here last night at nine o'clock was robbed by two men at a point seven miles be low Phoenix and about three miles from two former robberies of May 5 and Juno 20. Besides the driver, Wm. Blankenship, who was acting as messenger, and one passenger, Wm. S. Head of Verde, were on board. The robbery took place on the op n ppiin, the highwaymen being con cealed by a fallen tree that lay par allel with the road. Blankenship was riding with the driver, with a shoit express shot-gun lying across his knees. He saw something in advance of the stage, which he took to be men, thus putting him on his guard. As the stage got opposite the tree, two men arose and the leader ordered a halt. Xo sooner had he spoken than Blankenship tired at him but unfor tunately misled. The robber imme diately returned the tire and was fol lowed by his companion. They suc ceeded in putting four buckshot in his hands two in his right and two in his left Another grazed hi. check and still another' went through his hair over his left ear. With four shot in his hands, Blankinship raised his gun and fired a second time and is confident he hit one, as a loud oath was uttered with the firing of the charge. The robbers having dis abled the messenger and gained the battle, they ordered the driver to throw down the mail and express box, which was done and the stag then ordered on. Upon meeting the up stage, Blankinship returned to town for treatment. The express box contained several hundred dollars. Officers are out after the highway men. Miscellaneous Telegrams. Washington, July 12th Colonel Wright has been confirmed as chief of Engineers, with the rank of Brigadier General. Lieutenant McCawley, 13th Inft. suicided Thursday at Atlanta, Georgia- River rose considerable during lait week. Last year during this month, it rose 20 inches in one night. Send to Maricopa for 3-our building Lumber, Good and dry, great saving in freight. C. H. Cuavfmx. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Ladies Take Notice! MISS MATT IE LE BAR, Is now prepared to do all branches of Dressmaking:, At her residence on Oritur street, near the leleprapu Omce. Bank Exchange Restaurant ....AND... Dining: Rooms, Bank Exchange IJotel building, Fhoexix - - -. Arizona, Iliivins opened a firM-elnss Krstaurant in eonneetioii with the bov- hotfl. nhre. by rtrirtt attention to the want- of onr irnestH. we hop lo merit a rhare of the pubfie nat-ronu-. The Culinary Department will be under tne penonal euperviaioii of Mrs. S.J. Munds, THE TABLE will be supplied with the bt-st mat can be procured. Private ftooms for Families. 31AUTINDALE, MERCER fc CO. WOODHKaD & (i.W, UKO, K. COATS Lob Angeles, Cal. Fhuenix, A. T. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all Kinds op Fruit & Ornamental Trees, Flower, & Garden Seeds, Plants, Bulbs, Green & Dried Fruit, Butter, Honey, Lard, Canned Goods etc. Soie Agent for the Celebrated Star Cheese. Huyincand Shipping onr frnitw direct from tne orcnards. and having our own teams, leaving Alariropa, immedioteiy after the ar rival f the train, three times per week, we are able to furnish our customers the best and Freshest Fruits, Butter, Eggs, Etc., The California Market affords. SMITH'S RESTAURANT. Old American Hotel building, opposite the rostotlice. WM. SMITH, Prop WM. SMITH, is wrll-kiimrn throughout C'alitornia a a tiit-cla Took, and assumes the entire control of tui Department. Good Cooking:, Will be the main feature of my Kebtaurant. Freshest and Best Fruits, Vege tables, etc., will be supplied, on the Table. Terms Reasonable. t73cmrmbet the Tjsc?. Fifty Thousand - OF Assorted Merchandise Just Received at the Huge Establishment DIRECT FROM THE EA.ST, and especially selected for this Market by Mr. A. Goldman, comprising : Latest Novelties in Calicos, Dress Goods, Shawls and White Goods. Latest Styles in Fancy Goods, Underwear, Ilosiery and Gloves. Latest Fashions in Ladies", Misses' and Children's Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats. Latest Patterns in Clothing for Men, Youths and Boys. .Latest Designs in Boots and Shoes. And, in fact, everything' desirable for Ladies, Gen tlemen, Misses, Girls and Boys. The Whole Stock Has Been Purchased for Cash, AND WILL Eastern Prices OUlt PRIC LIST Will be found in the Store, where we shall be pleased to show everybody that we are SELLING SO LOW That Competition becomes an Impossibility. Yours Truly, GOLDMAN & CO. GOLDMAN & CO. Dollars Worth - OF IM BE SOLD AT For Cash MISCELLANEOUS H. Morgan & Co., Washington St., Thcenix AND Morgan's Station on tke CiU Rirer Importer! and Dealers in Groceries and Clothing, Dry Goods, Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, &c. At prices to suit, the times LADOES' DUSTERS, From S2 CO Upward. LADIES LINE SUITS In Three Piece for S4 W. WHITE VICTORIA ' LAWN, NAINSOOK'S LAWN, AND BISHCP'S LAWNS. From XO cents a lard fpwar. Beautiful Pattens in Ginghams. Embroideries, From fire cents a yard upwards. L. BIEN, lAgemt for DOMESTIC FAPEB FATTKHIT 9tX4 J Street. 81CHAMEKTO. By sending Bust measure, Imjrtli of sleeves, length of ekirt, a SURE FIT TN LADIES' SUITS can bo secured. Ladies will bear in mind that it takes but Three Days for a letter to reach Sacramento, and Three Days more for an answer making the time only Six Days altogether. Notice. Having established a Purchasing Agency, MR. L. BIEN will give his per sonal attention to all or ders of any kind, such aa boots, & Shoes, Furniture, Groceries, Crockery, Car pets, Milenery Goods, etc. LiIYERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE E. MEYER, PROPRIETOR. (Late J. D. Monihon's.) Washington Street, Corner of Cortes.. HAVING PURCHASED THE STOCK of Homed, Buceies, Ac. lately in in this otHble, the present proprietor will add to it the BEST OF HORSES And 2IIoat t'.lant Taraeali. Hay and Grain Always on Hand and For Sale, AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL Horses boarded try. the day, week or month, at reasonable rates. Satisfaction suaranteed. FRESH Beef Cattle -tte kespectfvi.lt inform the W Retailer of Arizona that we are prepared to furnish on hoof Fat Beef Cattle, at iht icason, in an qnantitiea. and at tke Lowest Possible Price. The cattle are at the excellent grazing country around Tonto Basin, and in good condition. We will furnish the reraileis Jn thw sec tion with Dressed Beef frott tnr SUnghte House, north of town. Orders solicited. BALTZ & KELLT PhoteU.