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THE PH(ENIX HERALD.
MEXI-WEEKLV EB1TIOS. Wrdnmday. July 16. i7. bT(Tblaze7 Coldman & Co's Warehouse Destroyed. Second Appearance of the Fire Fiend. On Sunday last at about 12 o'clock, the dreadful cry of "lire," was heard, and immediately the streets were crowded bv men ru-hing to the scene of destruction. The fire was in the adobe warehouse of Goldman A Co., and was fa-t devouring its contents, consisting principally of wheat and barley. Water from the main canal was turned on the ditches on either side of the afreets, when the crowd of by standers forming a line pa-sed buckets of water, by which it was soon extinguished. On the breaking in of the front door, it was discovered thai the tire had been under considerable headway before it was discovered. The building contained some 400,000 pounds of wheat and barley of which 150.000 pounds were destroyed. The build- ing neiongea to Cioiuman ct co., -also its contents. The loss is esti mated at over $4,000. Mr. Goldman tenders his thanks to the citizens for their promptness in quenching the fire. The damage to Mr. Wormsor's warehouse was but slight. insurance on either build- . . . ii i i i y" . TOWN AND COUNTY. Ess Nogs at the Hank Exchange. Milk Punch at the Bank Ex change. Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Xavy Tobacco. Coolest place in town is the Bank Exchange. A very fine billiard tabic at the Bank Exchange. Iced Champagne on draught at the Bank Exchange. All Iced Drinks of tho season a -the Bank Exchange. Genuine Krttg and other Cham pagnes at the Bank Exchange. To Commercial travelers Sam;ile room at the Bank Exchange. Ice Cream every day at Smith's res taurant opposite the Postoflice. Go to the Bank Exchange. Best accommodations for travelers. Ice Cream every day at Smith's res taurant opposite the Postoflice. Ice Cream every day at Smith's res, aunillt -opposite the Postoflice. Xo Knots or Pitch in Maricopa finishiug luinlK-r. CM I .CiiAMri.ix. School Trustees will meet to-night 1o award bids to build the school house. All Territorial and leading city nevspauers of tlic U. S. on file at the Bank Exchange. Ilarrv 'Savers e-tate is valued at ;l,lil5 SO. it. P. HilamLs is admin istrator. For building lumber at bed-rock prices, address Clipper Mill Lumler Company, Pres';ott. Smiths restaurant was visited the other night by parties who broke a large quantity of dishes. Send tr Maricopa for your building Lumber, Good and dry, great saving in freight. C. 11. Chami'LIX. June 23 12,5:11 pounds of the cele brated J. H. Cutter whisky left Ken tucky for John It- Dall fcC'o. of this city. . It is coming by rail. Contractors and Builders, address C. II. Champlin, Maricopa, for his prices of lumber, before buying else where. m Wra.. A-Hancock has all kinds of blanks on hand for entering land at the Land Ollice, and now that we are off the reservation he is paepared to attend to all business in that line, correetly and promptly. 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 Ex change. Monday, Justice AVar'field trie! a case of assault against Sheriff Thom as. A paragraph in a publication, - "nductcd by James Reilly, reflecting iiin the Sheriff, was the foundation V r the case. " ot guilty" was the ory's uerdict. PASSEtiER LIST. Y TELEGRAPH TO THE SEMI-WEEKLY HERALD. The following passengers left Mari copa on the date named and arrived In Phoenix the next morning and TPrescott the day following. List is furnished by Agent Van Fleet: SATURDAY. JULY 12. Phrenix Mrs. Johnson and child, I. R. Walker, G. Hunt. . SUNDAY, .TULY 13. Prescott AVm Freer, P Tavlor, C VVillison, F Ash, Jno H Grubb. F Sell. Monday, July 14. . Prescott Louis Home and daughter Seymour B Purdy. TUESDAY, JULY 15. Prescott J. M. Masterton. Treett and IMiomix via Ttlark Canon. m. l. peralta, agent. Stages arrive odd days and leave even days in July. 3Iail carried cverv day: Arrived Sunday Prof. Sawver, Pr. Caldwell, Coj. Bocle, Capt. Gfav, J. T. McCarty. Departure Monday J. R. AYalktr arrive a I uesdav Kolw rt. Flum tI.io r?...-. i i ir i i, kins ' " " - 1 i " I Xo departures thii mornin" Board of Supervisors. Mqxday, July 7th. The Board met this day at 10 a- m, All prescut, U. "V Buck iu the Chair. Minutes of previous meeting read and approved. The Board resolved to sit as a Board of Equalization. Taxes on the ranch of Jaines Buck & Son reduced from $-1,000 to $2,500; .T. B. Montgomery, from 3,000 to $2, 500; II. II. Linville, from 2,000 to 1,500. The Clerk vras oideicd to notify II. X. Alexander, that the Board of Equalization -would be in session July 12th. On motion of O. . Buck, mu oi Keilly & .Mitchell tor county pruning was accepted. The following bills were allowed: I. II. Cox, services as LlcrU ol the Board for the , quarter ending June -30th, Tlios. Kogers, sprinkling street P. J- Bolan, services as Justice ol the 1'eace, iw- Keilly & Mitchell were required to 1 i tr r . r.. ..... : .-. give a oonu oi iur ,.1-riu, their printing according to their Mil. L- l'ackwootl was appointed Roadmasler upan the petition of per- ! 'ns resitting at lcM-nnurg. On motion of G. AV. Buck, it was ordered that the Sheriff deny the use ; of the Court-house to the Justices of j le Peace, for the purpose of holding their court Board adjourned. Board met July bth. All present. The following bills were allowed: F. M. Pomeroy, services as Grand Juror and expense of traveling 18 miles, $10 r0. M. L. Peralta, merchandise. 46 80. Riley & Mitchell, advertising, $59 50. A. D. Lemon, services as District Attorney, $50- IV m. A. Hancock, services as Tro pate Judge, 75. Ilenc k & Co., work performed, $5. J. F. Priest, work on Road District Xo. 2, $31. A. J- Browiey., trausferrred inter preter account, f 10. AV- F . McXulty, indexing deed, $240 73. AA'harton & Sheets, indigent sick, $311 4(. Henry Garfiss, Constable and inter preter, $272 00. AVm. Holland, feeding prisoners, $554 50. 11. S. Thomas, services as Jailor $304. R. S- Thomas, services as Sheriff $729 50. Xo more admissions to the Hos pital without the order of the Board- Xrial of the Ntac" Hobbcrs. Last Saturday afternoon Under Sheriil McDonald brought in two young men, charged with robbing the stage the night previous; A full ac count was given in last Saturday's Herald. The names of the prison ers are Trice Hickcy and Frank May hew. A preliminary hearing was commenced yesterday before Justice AVarfield. The prisoners are defend ed by J. AY Stevenson and A. E. Baker and 'the prosecution by the District Attorney and John T. Alsap. The first witness called was the ex press agent who testified that there was $724 shipped on 11th from Phoe nix in the box. Besides this about twenty-five thousand dollars worth of silver bullion. In the box was $5 that came through from Prescott. The $724 consisted of 273 Mexican dollars. $100 in gold coin, a Dair of huckrls Valued at $40, a $35 check and the balance in currency- The money was shipped by me as agent of the company. Don't know who took the box. About one-third of the top was broken open. It was attempt ed to be broken open on the side but failed. Should think the instruments used were a chisel and round piece of iron, about one-half inch in diameter. Cross-examined The Mexican dol lars were deposited by the Bank of Arizona. The buckles were being reiurned by Mrs. B. D. Jones- Sam AVing deposited $70. Greenup had $200 currency, gold and check. Re-Direct The company gave re ceipts for this money. I received it as the agent of the company. In the receipts the amount is written in full. Adjourned until 1 o'clock. The testimony of George Thomson, the stage driver, H. C. McDonald, under sheriff and A. L. Rodgerf, al though in type are avoidable crowded out. AVill appear next issue. - r An ft Kaffir. One Singer Family Sewing ma chine, cabinet style, worth $140, will be raffled off at the Bank Ex change, as soon as all the tickets are disposed of. Thirty-eight tickets at $2 each. Machine can be seen at the store of H. Goldberg & Son, where also tickets can be procured. Ma chine is warranted perfect and has all attachments belonging to it. Xotlr to Farmer. The undersigned has lor sale eight fine American horses. Hay or grain taken in payment. Apply to J. E. Dubkee. Seymour A. T. 981 m I.oM Mule. A Large white mare mule strayed from Maricopa AATells about ten days ago. Any information will be re warded by the undersigned. 96 6t ' J. M. Bryant. For Kale. t.iaim to section t lownsnip l North. Ratine 1 East, taken up under he desert Act. S200. Inquire of Geo Loring at the Lxpress On:cc LATEST ARIZONA NEWS. Special Telegrams to the "Herald." Murderer Escapes from the Terri torial Prison. Failure of a Merchant at Tombstone. Tucson Tick. Tucson, July Kith. General Pas senger Agent Anderson of the Atchi son and Santa Fe R. R. is on his way to Tucson. Report says he wants to have some understanding with the Sou thern Pacific. A. X. Stowe, merchant, at Charles ton, has made an assignment- His liabilities reported at near $17,000. Heavens black with clouds. Heavy rains south and threatning here. V u in a (jiathering. Yuma, July, 10th. A convict named Theodore Brown, escaped last Sunday night- Men have been sent in pursuit, but no tidings as yet. He was in for 20 years having killed -a man named Kennedy at Safford with a pen-knife. Brown was employed as assistant cook at the prison. E- B- Ryan on behalf of the S. P. R. R., arrived yesterday to meet the Board of Equalization. J. P. Clum passed through here cn Monday, cn route to California. FREIGHT ARKIVALS. SPECIALLY REPORTED FOR THE SEMI WEEKLY HERAIJJ. The following ireight arrived at Maricopa on the following days: SATURDAY, JULY 12. Phoenix G. Coats, 8 sundries, 730 Becker, 30 sundries, 2,255; J R Dall 4 liquors, 905; M Asher & Bro, 10 sugar, 1,000. Gilkttt Tip-Top Co, 4 Vulcan powder, 2 fuse, 2,097. Tiger Mine X C Shekl-s, 2 fuse, 291. Prescott AA". M. Buflum, 10 drugs, J. Hcrspring, 9 tobacco. 585- Hayden's Ferry U T Harden, 2 bacon, 0 lard, 2 tongue, 2, 090. SUNDAY JULY 13. ' ' riixnix AV - Rosenthal 3 dry goods, 4 mdse, 1 show case, 1,140. Prescott Sam Hee, 1 dry goods, 190; L Basbforl, 20 soap, 280. Whipple Barracks U S, ,35 sun" dries, 3,282. Verde U S 5 sundries, 524. McDowell L" S 2 medical stores, 108. Tiger Mine X C Shekels 40 Gi tint powder, 1 caps, 2,390. Sevmour Central Arizona Mining Co, 29 powder, 940, MOXDAT JUt.V 14- rmenix J AV.Colburn, 1 cisars, 32 J. M. Custenada, 1 coflee, 100. Prescott AV n AViliiscraft, 1 cruci bles. 1 chemicals, 255; A J Mason, 7 boots and shoes, 440; E Herzog, 3 fruit, 275: T AV Otis, 27 sundries, 2,503; X Ellis, 200 groceries, 5,355. TUESDAY, JULY 15. Pheonix AV Rosenthal. 1 oil, 8 sun dries. 525; AV A Hancock. 1 books, 20; J YT Smith, 4 bales Hour sacks, 780; G Coats, 7 sundries. 255; E AV AVilev, 7 irroceries, 400: Ellis, Aslier & Co', 105 sundries, 9,130; M L Peral ta, 29 sundries, 2,330; M Asher & Co, G sundries, 430. Prescott Louis Home, 1 mattress, 1 blankets, 70. (Marked Prescott, billed Casa Grande; A. S Bobbins, 1 car prospecting outfit, 20,000; Dr. O Lincoln, 1 drugs 120. McMillen P Shauler, 18 canned goods, 1 pickles, 1 dry goads. Tip-Toii Anders fc Rowe, 8 whis ky, 1,900. Tiger mine Shekels, 30 sundries, 3,040. HOTEL ABRIVALM. Rank Exehaujje K. Manx, Irop- .M Holly. Prr-ott I. M Lpc Tip-Top T SamptT. c-ily !Mis MariiT Tip-Top Uharlei Brsi wifp John Woore, Brnd'aMf and child. Watso'e 11 N Alrxandfr.Yiima S H Jlolt. Los A 1 T Saimderw. Snisnn C It Marshall. CVntral K B Yates. Maricopa W A Kmve Tip-Top ieo 1. Webber, Tip-T I) Bolton. Prescott A O Noves, Prescott. U Z Wilson Prescott Felix I'ablntz. S Fran lieo Biilme. San F I Ballz. Yuma J J Stein. Ynma Jeo H sisson. Globe R Thomas, city Fiank Knhne. Me D J K Walker. Prescott ! Dougherty, Tonto O Crow lev. McM T ' Arnold, S F Mrs Johnson d. S F J W Kvans, Arizona Jas DwyiT. city O W Raymond- city Wm Blanken-'hip W Nelson, city lioht Plumridpe, Tip-Top. lhnenix Hotel J J Gardiner Pro Mr Harris. ; T Tncker D P Stevens T Clark Miss Ashley Mr Griffith E F McCarty J S Bo-rle J T LaTourlettc A H Peeples, W Jackson, H T Clark S M Winn J T I'stic J H Mahonev 1) M Caldwell Clark Grav Y M Wilk'ins. XEAV ADA7ERTISEMEXTS. AMERICAN LAUNDRY. WILLIS A SMITH Prop. NO CHINAMEN Employed. WASHING CALLED FOR AND DE LIVERED. 37"Work for transient people a speciolty. Marden & Gilman Carpenters and Builders, In the shop fnrmrrJy occupied by Walsh & Dwpcw, east of Ion Cailos" block. All work in our line guaranteed 10 ivc satisfaction. KKJft3fUr.Il TUE PJLAC-! MISCELLAXEOUS. Ladies Take Notice! MISS MATT IE LE BAR, Is now prepared to do all branches of Dressmaking:, At her residence on Center ptrcet, near the Teiecr.iph Othce. Bank Exchange Restaurant ...AND... Dining: Rooms, Bank Exchange Hotel buildin:. Phoenix - - - Arizona, Having opened n first-claps Rcetanrant in connection with th above hotel, where, by priett anrntion the wants of onr pneats, we hope to merit a ehare of the public pat ronage. The Culinary Jepartment will be under tue personal supervision ol Mrs. S.J. Munds. THE TABLE will be Pnpplied with the beet tnat can be procured. Private Kooms for Families. MARTIXDALE, MERCER & CO. WOOIMIEaD & OAY, GEO. K. COATS Lod Angeles, Cal. Phcenix, A. T. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all Kinds or . . Fruit & Ornamental Trees, Flower, & Garden Seeds, Flaxts, Bulbs, Greex & Dried Fruit, Butter, Honey, Lard, Canned Goods etc. Soic Agent fqr the Celebrated . ... Star Cheese. Hnyincrand Shipping fnTfnirrdirrc! from trie orciiardt. and having our own teams, leaving Maricopa. inimediottMy after the ar rival of the train, three time pr wrek. wo arc able to furnish our customers the best and Freshest Fruits, Butter, Eggs, Etc., The California Market a fiords. SMITH'S RESTAURANT. Old American UotoJ building, opposite the ForitoDice. WM. SMITH, Prop WM. SMITH, is wpll-known tliron-rhotlt CHlifornia hh a tirst-clit! t'ook, and assumed the entire control of thU Department. Good Cooking;, Will be the main feature of my Restaurant. Freshest and Best Fruits, Vege tables, etc., will be supplied, on the Table. Terms Reasonable. rRnmrmbrr the Plarp. BANK EXCHANGE HOTEL. Washington Mtrtret opposite the Plaza, I'lio-nlx.. E. GANZ - r Proprietor. This new lioet is now open for the accomruodatiort ol" the traveling public. The rooms are 'well veutilated and handsomely furnished in suits and sinjrle. Superior accommodations for "families. The aim of the propri etor wilr be the eomfort and welfare of liis guests. Rooms HfBfrcl by Telegraph Billiard Table and Bar Connected with the House. Only the Finest Liquors & Cigars. PBll'.ATE CARD ROOMS. The principal Eastern, California and Arizona papers kept on file. A share of the public patronage is olitited o9 Fifty Thousand -OF- Assorted Merchandise Just Received at the uge Establishment OF no DIRECT FROM THE EST, and especially selected for this Market by Mr. A. 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 Fatternsin 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 cSsh OUlt PRIC LIST Will be found in the Store, to show everybody that we are SELLING SO LOW That Competition becomes an Impossibility. Yours Truly, GOLDMAN & GOLDMAN & CO. Dollars Worth nn Goldman, comprising : Goods, Underwear, Hosiery Hats. BE SOLD AT where we shall be pleased 3fl KeriX,AXSOf 3 H. Morgan &Co d. TValiingtoi!' Sti, riicenijs . AND Morgan's Statio or the C-ila Hirer Importerr-aiMl -Deafer in Groceries antf Clottiing,- Dry Goods, Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, &c. At prices to- the times LADIES' DUSTERS, From $2 BO Upward, LADIES LINE SUITS In Three Pieces for '.and 5. ' WHITE VICTORIA LAWN, NAINSOOK'S " LAWN, AND BISHCP'S LAWNS-! , . Prom SO rente a Vanl l'ni-rE- Beautiful Patten ia GiJighams. Embroideries, From five cenU a- yard' upward. L. BIENV r A cent Tor DOMESTIC PArCB PATTERS JT Street. HACKAXEXTO. By seudinj: Bust measure, lrnirth' of sleeves, length of skirts, a 1SUEE FIT JN LADIES' SUITS caube secured. Ladies will bear in- niind ttiat it takes but Three Days for a letter to reach Sacramento, and' Three' Days more for an answer making- the time only Sia Days altogether. . Notice- Having established a Purchasing Agency, MR. L. BIEN will give his per sonal attention io all or ders of any. kind, such as boots, & Shoes, Furniture, Groceries, Crockery, Car pets, Milencry Goods, etc. LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE.... E. MEYER, PROPRIETOR. (Late J. D. Monihpn's.) Washington Street, Corner of Ortei. HAVING PUBCHASED TFIK STOCK of HorseB. BiiRgics. Ac. lately in ' in thin Btnhle the nruient Dronrietor tnilK add to it the BEST OP HORSES" And Most Elrgattt TfMtj. Hay and Grain Always on- Hand and or bale, r AT WHOLESALE OR KETA1D tW 1 torses boded by the day,, eek or moB-th. at reasonable rate. Satisfaction guaranteed. FRESH Beef Cattle -1TTE KESPECTFI I.I.T rMFOK.M THE y Ketmlcm of Ariiona that w ar prepared to lurnieb oil boof Fat Beof Cattlr tiv frason. in iit qnantitie"; and rt i .ki. Prir. l'h ittitt arc at at the 11., ... .H,in(rrnnntrv arniind Tnnta- pin. and in good condition. e Will lurillhn ine rnnucio n 1 tion with Drrseed Beef from our tiaiicm- Ho uses, north of town. Order aolicitvd B.U.14 i. JitU.1, lOMlUV