THE PffffiN'IX HERALD.
ITER A McCLINTOCK Proprietors.
Mataiday. Jaly It. 1S7.
Th HERALD to-dry consists of six pagt
AUIZOfA 31 IKK .AV TIIK
N.-vor bt-fore in the luxury of Ari.
7una h.n her raining ihiustry been
brought so prouiiuvatiy before the
public a at the pre-wKt time, und as
we believe without article of col
oring. The leading fuipeM of the
Lint are freighted vrhii true accounts
of the hidden wealth -off our Territory
and offices have been established in
the principal l ilies of the cast, for
disseminating inloriniition regarding
this county. 'During the ij&st six
months a large amount Ol' mining
machinery hari been brought here,
i.nd more 4-t fe-coute. A syndicate
of Scsr VwiU and Philadelphia cup
italists ate about shipping a large
mill to Mohave county, and another
vm Philadelphia for the Touib
Mone Di-ti ict. In consequence of this
lavorable reaction, prospecting for
new mines hus received a fresh im.
petti, and all over our mineral belt
hundreds of men are at work deve
oping their mines and hunting for
others. Within the past month sev
eral rich mines have been discovered
in the Tonto Basin country and its
immediate vicinity. In Yavapai,
the mining outlook never pre-t)ted
v.o bright an appearance as it now
docs. The Tiger, Peck, Tiptop, are
yielding liamlsoiucly, and as depth
a attained grovr richer and the ledge
wider, and H over the Territory, the
same energy is displayed. A mining
journa! vuMi?liel in New York
ttaicsthat owar $000,000 have been
SoTfsted by capitalists of that city in
Arizona: mines within the past few
monthr. Sevorali stocks are listed
on the Exchange Board there, and
others will soon be. The syndicate
Wat 1ft- managing the mines in the
Tomitsfone district; are already show
ing: to the worliT, the riches of that
district, and undoubtedly the same
results will' follow in the devclob
mentof other wentiwes.
Dtiuxir the coming year, Europe
will depend largely on America for
lier hreadstufls, in consequence of
tic severe drouth in the principal
jrrnin produeing neginnson the Con.
linent. Russia that lias done largely
in supplying- the English market,
wiU' tikis year fail ftir short of doing
so, and it ib intimated" that next year
in consequence fP the rfrouth in sev.
rrnl province!H she will be a heavy
purchaser. The exportation of wheat
from tfle ITnitcd States is now an iui
nortant featunc, ami-' trVe demand is
steadily increasing. During the last
seasoo,.over S5W vessels Jaien willi
wheat and flour left' San Francisco
for Europe and China-.
The trialof JTayhewaod Ilickey
charged wirH' robbing the stage, ha. -occupied
the attention of .ludge
Varfield nearly 1nc entire week and
is sti?l unfinished. The pro.-ecntion
ts being conducted' 1y PSstoict Attor
ney Lemon and' Judge .f. T. Alr-ap,
A. C. BkT and J. AV. Stephenson
aTe actmg for the defen.v. In this
issue we give several columns of the
testimony, which will be read with
Tms Arizonan says that Yavapai
Is now on good friendship with Mo
have and trusU that it be extended
to Maricop.i. We know of uo bitter
feeling among our citizens again.-t
our neighbor, and trust that we will
'be closely alied to each other: " for it
nt I? good to dwell together in peace
I. H. MahoDcy, f.peci3l Postal
Agent for the United States, lias been
in Phrrnix about a week, taVing an
active interest m the Tnatrer of ferret
ing out the guilty parties connected
with the recent s4a.7 robbery. Mr.
.Mahoney appears 1o be a very active
-and efficient Posts! Agent and has
made a favorable impression -on the
iminds of our people.
"Chicago" Smith, Stjpenntenarjt
-of the new mining company which
13 to operate in Cherry Creek, Yava
pai ?onnry, will arrive with his wife
at Maricopa on Monday-. Mr. GospeT,
of Prescott, is now here to meet them
-with team and ambulance.
"Yavapai county contain nine
Yavapai county has twelve quartz
TTiills aad seven saw mills.
Tombstone stock is listed in Phila
delphia. Latest quotation. SfSt-j.
-Railroa;? olt'tfrges on jrrain from
"Yunia to Maricopa are $ 12 per ton.
Shares of the Orion Silver Mimns
Company are selling in Philadelphia
A steamer leave Tmsijia for Fort
TTofeave and way Jaan1iig.-, ext
f lifornin-kon -m'-a.-ur-mg -tw-o feet
six fncltes frrnw tip of no.eto end of
tail, wHijrtflert t ufke fdUUom.
last Thurt-diiy trcrijrtc
COSTIXCrt) FROM FIRST PAOF..
A. J. Brawley testified that he
knew Hickey tind Mahew; saw them
in my store Thuradry before the rob
bery; wanted to borrow gun; said
they were qo'u.g "muting; wanted to
Know if I v, onki buy a lot of jerked
venison if they brought me some.
Cros?-exanjination. They did not
get the gun. Said 1 would take the
Tenison, provided I .could buy it s.o
that 1 could make anything on it.
Re-ilirei-T, Tiiey m-nrioned some
place, with which 1 was uuacipiuiut
ed, as the place where they were go
ing to hunt.
JOHN r.R vxde::.
Testili'.-d. Am a ta&e driver: w.is
stopping ut Mr. Downer's on the
night of the robbery. The hou;e is
about twenty rods from the stage
road ; was sleeping out doors ; sar,
two men passing, going north, prob
ably between 12 and o'clock. One
wai riding a grity or white horse.
The other was a dark colored horse,
not a black. Should take the if ray
horsf 1o be !; larger one; could not
teli for certain. They were traveling
at a fast gallop or lope could not tell
whether they were armed or not.
The defendant then made the follow
ing statement :
Wr.s born iu Tosa; reside three
miles north ol Phu-nix ; lived there
sixteen mou'.hs. Mahew staid all
night with me. Friday morning had
breakfast; staid around the house
awhile; got two horses above the
house; saddled one; went to Mr,
Thompson's and got a saddle he bor
rowed from Mr. Campbell; came to
town ; staid all day; returned about 5
o'clock in the evening; sat around
the house until about 8 or 8 o'clock
then went to lied; slept there all
night. Mayhew got a mare there;
came to town and staid about three
hours. After dinner went to the ditch
above the house to take a wash. In
about an hour was arrested by Mc
Donald and Rogers. I never was ar
rested before; was in Pha-nix on the
night of the 11th returned alotit 5
o'clock; wasn't in town any more
that evening or night ; slept with Ma
hew io a room ; didn't leave the room
that night. Brawley's testimony was
substantially correct. Osltoruc's cor
rect except we told him lie were go
ing for the meat and the fna ud the
pleasure of the trip. Sidney Smith
wanted to lxrrow a gun in Morgan's
store; also asked for cartridges; did
not ask for any pistol balls; wanted
guns and ammunition to go hunting;
have a shot gun, Spencer ritlcanda
six-shooter at my house; gun hasn't
bcea used for four or live otonthx, the
hammer of the shot-gun was broken.
Horses have lx-en running on Os
borne's wheat for alnwit a monta ; had
intended going hunting down the
river about 50 miles. Osborne told
us the Verde would be a good place,
so we determined to go there if Mr.
South was willing. I saw a belt Sat
urday morning before Mahew left. It
was my belt, I left it under the bed.
It was wrapped around the scabbard :
pistol was in the scabbard; was in
Morgan's store between 3 and 4
o'clock. Asked for a gun, also carl
ridges I did not ask for ronud balls.
Xo one was present during my con.
versation with Mr. Paul.
, Frank Mayhew made a':-tatcmem
which was substantially the same as
made by Ilickey.
Mrs. Martin's testimony wu to the
effect that the defendants did not
leave the house that night, at Iea;
while she was awake.
Thos. G. Rodgrs testified to regard
to the track.-, wioe testimony favor
ed defendants in that regard.
W. W. Webb did not think the
horse's tr.acks were made by Iltck
ry' roan horse; did not think the
men tracks made, were tho.-; of Ma.
feew's or Hicfcey's boots.
T. C. Hayes, W. A. Wilson, snd
"airbeM testified, fc.it nothing of
importance was elicited.
W. L. Osborne was working near
the road irrigating until about 5
o'clock ; did not ee delendants pass
down -the mad, a1thogj they might
Isaac Hickey father, of defendant
testified as to the boys being in bed
after ten. and also when he arose;
went near the robbery and saw horses'
tracks; could not recognize either of
tracks as being mad by the grey
horse or fte roan ; paf7 mens' tracks
didn't take track to be those of Trice
Hicke-. On uswroing after robbery,
went across nverto meet ray wagon.
Melinda J. Hickey testified as to
being home on the night of fee lltfe.
Lou Teale, teamster met old Mr.
Hickey near Broadway's on the morn
ing after the robbery. He inquired if
I had nc-cn his son Dave. He had one
hor?e2t the time.
S. A Smith was with defendants
most all Friday, ,' aw them la.-t about
5 o'clock that night.
W. D. Hickey was over the Gila
after a load of wheat on the nigbt of
robbery. Could not recognize the
horse tracks s those of my father's
horse or the bot -tracks as those of
The defense then rlo.-ed.
To-day the Court has been occupied
to hearing rebutting testimony. Tw
arguments wiH probably be heard
Let it now bo wi le spread
So that all may know it,
Goldberg & Son.
Are now selling their large
and well selected
Gener I Merchndis e ,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
No trouble to show goods
Kntifcfactluii for our ( uulowrrH
Families furnished with choice
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS,
AT KKUI CEO KATES.
Goods delivered to any
part of this Town,
free of chanre.
All K (wd f frff nought
unit Hot it.
H. Coldberg &Son.
Next to Stcinecker's new building.
Having purchased the entire sto'.k of
From Mr. Samtrr, I shall hereafter
keep a full assortment of
aiul a-ill sell the saeto the public
at a liviDg price, such as o defy all
Mrmrnms Street oti door abore th Hen
" WE HOLD THE FORT!"
Yen Can't Stop u$l Stani Aside !
Let those o!low who Can!
Lower than the Lowest.
M. ASHER & BRO.
Cor. Washington A Sonttiam
vrr-ncile TiorHnrrat rorprr of ripz F.'i i
Ewtw Jfcuny .pccnrHcd.hy Cotioc'taalooo.
THE MADERA FLUME &TRADING
Company. Fresno Co., Ca!.
Having established a
LUMBER YA ;D A T MA III COP A
Are prepared to furnish all orders for
any kind of building lumber, and
At rates lower than any inside or out
side of the Territory.
Give ns n call, before purchasing or
C. II. C IIAIIPlrlX.
S3 If Asreut Msirirona.
M. Cltn AKDK. Proprietor.
Having" Just returned from San Francisc I
take plaure in ancnunning' to my numerous
fnends sail th public in cnerul,
that I have purchased a large stock of
which I now offer at such exceedingly
i.ow ntU Kts,
as to defy competition.
COME, SEE AND BE CON
VINCED OF TIIE FACT.
Keep on hand a large assortment of
Ala aa Optical ci-sinse tor
fitting prrtarle to any crou .
Cur. Wabiiiton and Jeftcrptm streets.
Cwolrnt Plr f Roort in Town.
BEER AS COLD AS ICE,
which M-e pfi'er for pale by the
Glass, Quart," Gallon or Barrel.
KA100S An 1A3IIIIKS
Suppiicd with Bottled or Keg Beer. Cfeofce
WINES, LIQUORS kUD CIGARS-
ome everybody and enjoy comfort.
C. A. IX'KE. JOH.THAUIE1MEK,
GREGORY & WILEY,
Having mad- flnwa-rorntuwith a T.nmber
firm, in San Yrancisco are now ready to
LUMBER, SKIXGLES, BOOHS
Andin tact everything in onr Line.
CHEAPER THAN KVF.K SOLD IN THIS
203 Montrromery Street and 10-5 Third Street
In the City.
Tlip prices ie
French tioodij aw
lower than amy
"ailor for oah.
i'AWl fr? 11 mil ne workman.
Fi3r3 l.".iiliA.jri.lliil .hip pitaranteed.
I are .his inottoeo.
.vith a Perfect Fit.
tlsi or Fricen American liootl:
Pants, from ?3 00
Suits, from 20 00
Doeskin Pants, from 7 00
Overcoats, from ! 00
Vests, from 3 00
"Sn. Jfrt Montcromerv street. iUnh Block).
DfilW Third rtrcct. San Francii-co.
Jfy Sampled and Jtulcs for Self-Menfiire
ment sent to any addret. ;im
CHOICE TEAS. MATTING'S,
AX CHIXENE XOTIOSS.
Tjj Don Carlos Block, north of Ilcraltl
WOOD & SMITH, - Prop's.
This hotel has been recently finish
ed at great expense, and is now ready
for the occupation of guests.
Will be jsupplied with the choicest
the market affords.
Board by the Day, Week or Month
Liberal Terms matte with Regu
THE BED KOOMS ARE LARGE
Anil oommodiom ai;d suitably furoighed.
TIIE BAP. in connection with the
hotel, is liberally supplied with the
choicest brands of Iuirorted
I WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
E. GERMAIN & CO.
F'urn ardius and C'ouiniiMXion
MARICOPA - - - A, T
The citi7.eng are Informed that a
has been established and the bes
Kept for sale.
Wend for Price 1. 1st.
BUCKALEW & OCHOA,
Forwarding and Commission
Al-so. wtiolefi.ii d retail meri'linnts nt
haiiftint jind "lofeuee.
THE PIONEER SALOON,
MARICOPA. A. T..
CHAPMAN & AHERN,
"XTicKrooL prH-EisER. MH.WAr-
i kre and rhilodi-litiiln I.aor Btvr h!
w on hand. Polite nnd ntioutive l)ar
tciids always ready to ntlend to the wants
of cnt'ttjai'-v-- A stiarft of (titf iHtruu
fc.2"liciU'd. liar oro H liijit.
BaRNETT, BLOCK & CO.
MARICOPA, and CASA GUASDA, A. T.
R. E. Farrington & Co.,
FORWARDING & COMMISSION
Maricopa, - - - Arizona.
All freiuM consigned to onr rare will he
promptly" forwarded to any part of the
I am irifre to handle tat freight and
hevvv matihinerv on sliarwioto'e.
H. W. KLEIN, Prop'r,
The patronage ot ttie traveling
mi Mr i.i rpsnccttu IV Iicai. j uc
table supplied with the best the
market affords and satisiaction guar,
Eggs, vegetables and fruit for sale.
R. Y. HAFFORrv, Prop.
XARICOFA - - A. T.
All visitors at thi town are -invited to cnll
at the iibove named popular place of report,
next door to thefcot-l, where they can ob
t iln only the est t.i-uors.
ALL ICEB BBIXKS
of the he:v on eoncc1e.d by experienced
o!o"iis. Call. 9"'-tf
jjS THERE WILL BE A IUEETij
Jyfc of the
At MtrlTiaVf r' ffall n Phot-nix. on
Sntnrdtiv thr 10rh iphT, at 8 o'clock lirp,
p m. for thr tompletitm of trw nrronrpm-ntf
foi a dipQhation to lorm "ARIKUNA
IVrctliren in pood Manding arc invited to
Members of the Aporintion nnd thoFC di
rectly interested are. particularly requested
to attend. T
Ky order of the chairman.
1. H. VOX fciecretarv.
Phocnir. A, T.. July 4, 1S;!.
Dr. E. P. Ryder,
ol' IVcscott is in town wlicre lie will
remain for a. few days. Any
one desiring in sviees
can tind iyii; at lltu
-becois. July 2d. irtf
Wholesale Liquor Dealers.
Corner of Maricopa and Jefferson Streets - -
Sode Agent for Southern Arizona for the
Celebrated J. H. Cutter WHISKIES,
manufactured by MILTON J. HARDY & Co. of Louis
ville, Kentucky. E. Martin and Company, San I ran
cisco, Sole Agents for tho Pacific Coast.
Our oonnoctions in Kr,tm-ky. New York nn.l San Francisco
to piVii-hase t irc t from Manufacturer and Importers, nnd having " ''
wivs carrva larce stock, the qiiHlitv of u hUl. puarantec. e m
irfl rt mucl i"?wer Ueurea tlian anv otlur house In the trade nd can cn
Wemlvi.rpurcuTsers to call all e.mmn. our goods bctore buying vl.
Have on hand a select slock of Old Bourlwn and Kyc Whiskies, Drandies
Gins, rutins, Tort, Sherry, and Mailcria AVitws. Chainpflncs, Clarets,.
Sauternes, LiHteurs, Bitters, Hjid jiVJ'-Rvrtt tti appertaining to the
IMPORTED AMD DOMESTIC
rss- AVc would ...11 the attention of conno.ssures to our very selec .tork.
..tw ines, Liquor and t'.gars. the m.aiitv o. win. 1. w.ll equal anjthinff
supplied l-y first-class houses in San l'r..ci.co or 1-asl. rn ( ities.
Poultry and Berksliires
largest Stn-ck of
Impo tstl Fowl
I i-itf II. r II in li .i.
i - t
.in rtc. . Alwavs vi
1 1 11 luiux.
i.... t.. . ,afm ""s.-
Jtv Berkshire Breeders have l.een imported direct fromvJn$"ToW
. - t ..ai . li,if..,l nnnilipr of choice PlS V-X "
great expense, j. ix-h - .
to advertise my stock, I am also breeding
Poland China Pigs.
From stock ituportr-d direct from iho Magce roiHj:aV. , Addres3
r.t r.r i.m.iirv. inciosii2 stamp, chcertulllv anscied. Adaresa
N'lI.ES. linporter and Breeder, Los Angeles, Lai.
CS'-.Sate ;irriv;4 of fowls and eggs guaranteed.,.!
USTICK & CO.,
T U B
Fair Dealing Our JIotto.
Tcawrstrsrii-., jirvers, nchere
OH ANY ONE LSE
Will find it io tfceir Interest
TO CALL UPON US
Before I"ur hafcins l.lsc where
It. will make your
HEN'S LAY and
HAVE OPENED OM
Wasiaujrton sircot, west of
M B 11 C II A X DiSE.
Wfak'ii they oftVr to our
.citizens ut the lowest pos
Evety one is respectful
ly invitc-tl to call and exam
ine our stock and prices.
Waehinsztoii St.. between Stritop frrf
Cooi and elegantly
Siugly or en suiSe.
BATHS, Warm cr Cold.
Bill AND RKAn6 K O O M .
J. J. UAECINEK.
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