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THE PIKEXIX HERALD.
8S9l-n KEKI.r EDITIOX, GOSPER MeCLlSTOBK Proprietors. WFituMdav. July 3. IS70. rht VEii on fevi R " Tb'i fe'-a'ppeaff-.ncc of yellow fever m the Southern .States has caused quite dri exodus from the larger cities. In Merrfplits, seventeen -aes have thus far been reported, of which ten have proved fatal. Business is almost wholly sifspended, particular ly ainotig the wholesale merchants in the above rity. Several banks have closed trroir dooYsf having made ar rangerrrerrts to pay their depositors in other citiusi Tr:im are crowded with the lleeiug jeoj)le, and in con nnuence, everything is confusion ad excitement. Fearing that the fever may assume an epidemic form, the physicians and the Board of Health have advised all that could do so to leave the city. This is indeed a sad picture to look upon, as it spares neither youn t old, rich or poor, u eak "or stron. W are: fortiu:a!e to be away from these terrible scenes, bat unless more attention is paid by property-holders to the- cleanliness of their premises, we will have malaria, and a great amount of sickness will be the result. For three months of the year, or during the heated term, particularly, the ditches running through the streets of our town should be kept clear of filth and gar bage, and everything that is offensive should be removed. A sure remedy to prevent contagious diseases, is cor rect habits and a cleanly neighbor hood. Let each person in this city ec that no fault lies at his door, and by this moans we are in no danger of such visitation. AJS EXTKIttMIlMIXtt CITIZEX. We were pleased to receive a call yesterday from Mr. A. 51. .Smith, who comes into our midst to assist in the general development of our won derful resources. Mr. Smith is the Superintendent of the Golden Era Mining Company, which was organ ized recently m Chicago, under the inspiration of his own strong spirit. The mill is now ea route for Cherry Creek Mining District, Yavapai county, where it will at once be erect ed and set to work. Last winter. Mr. Smith in company with Mr. Gosper, -r Territorial Secretary, madeavery ' "Till examination of the facilities for mining in the above district, and concluded that a ten stamp mill must go into that camp. On his return to Chicago, he set himself at work with energy, and the result is one of the best gold mills in the Territory. Mr. Smith is a railroad man of twenty year experience and in that direc tion lias been a success, He leaves the much desired position of General Passenger Agent of the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Rail-oad to engage in mining. If business abili ty and energy that knows no yielding will bring favorable results in this mining enterprise, then the owners of the mill and mine will find large profit from having the money and Jvains of Mr. A. M. Smith in their service. We aderstand that at least two of the flouridg mill in the valler of Salt River have made a corner on Hour. They refuse to grind wheat for the farmers but propose to buy their wfcxeat ait aoertaui price and sell their Soar wJcat thty please. We do r Hay remedy for the tillers of the soil other than combine and put up a eratnger's flouring mill. It would break, tie monoply, if such it may be called- Miner. The Miner ha undoubtedly been misinformed on the subject above re ferred to. Mr. Smith of the Phoinix flour mills informs us that tbcre is no "corner" on wheat or ftoir, sod lh.it no farmer has been refused the grinding of his wheat. Heretofore thpt mprohnnl tin Tiimrtir tlii irruin and sold the flour to the consumer. The above gentleman buys his wheat for cash and sells his flour on the tame basis. He has purchased wheat at the market value, and is .filing his flour to all at wholesale rjes. The other mill is we J earn i l'fttS2 tnc same thing. A.,cfjnuttec of mining engineers , wi!.lee;Xew York on the 28th in. ..stant, ,Qr..j; tour through Colorado, veiMejXjcic.iiffld Arizona. Thecom ,.rni.ssion consiis of seven members, . and qre sentry Philadelphia and -,Scw . Yprk capsaj'.rts to report on ibe.rftag iad.isjt .f the repec rteie -1ocBtt:is. -Tfyree .of the com. misirug iJl thoroughly pvaspect the Tombstone district, and oilier minpb adjacent thereto. Our Terrt,ry is rapidly ga1.-ng favor in the il, and the report f this committee will be looked for witfe interest. An excursion from Maricopa will leave for Los Angel and Santa Monica on or about August 1st. Fare or the round trip is placed at $20. . f -ifnn allowed five d-tys at either of he abve places- Ttose desi rifig to - .ake theirs will please leave 4lieir .a-j.es r.t his otitcc. J.f-r a tin C'iflJ r- lt Bai;k I t"cta.i.- ; ' I FREIGHT ARRIVALS. SPECIAI.l.Y KErOltTED FOU THE SEMI WEEKLY HERALD. . The following freight arrived at Maricopa on the following days: SATURDAY, JULY 10. Phcrnix G Coats, 3 pears, 1 butter 205; Thompson fc Co, 2 oil. Tiji-Top W A Rowe, S oil. Hoyden's Ferry C T Hayden, SI hardware. SUNDAY JULY 20. Plurnix A P Pett't, 1 car lumber, 24'500; G Coats, 11 sundries, 570; M Asher Ero, 10 sundries, 058. Tip-Top AY" A Rowe, 1 dry good:-, 1 card board, 140. McDowell J Y T Smith, 1 match, 2 crackers, 221. Whipple Barracks U S, 11 sun dries, ,;s9. Prescott L Bashford, & Co, 5 sun dries, 655; Levy & Co, 52 sundries, 3.C7S; CP Head & Co, 27 sundries, 5,350. MONDAY JULY 21. Pr s ;ctt C P H & Co, 58 sundries, 0,160; Tip-Top W A Rowe, 8 sundries, 2,100, Phcenix W R, 6 sundries, 755; W, & W, 1 sund. 60; H Goldberg & Son, 3 pkgs, 130. Tiger mine Shekels, 5 sundries 245. Prescott L Bashford & Co, 36 sun dries, 3,950; J G & Bros, 2,020. TUESDAY, JULY 22. Phnenix 1 bananas, 1 butter, C beans, 1 nuts, 1 cheese, 8 raisins, I lard, 400. Prescott P B Brannan, 1 whisky. 380; Sam Hill, 40 hardware, 5,190; L Bashford & Co, 2 hardware, 100; C P Head & Co, 22 sundries, 2,470; Brown Bros. 2 iron plates, 385. Tiger Bennitt ifc Co, 17 sundries 1,255. Hayden's Ferry C T Hayden, 2 saddles, 1 leather, 5 sewing machines 010. Special orders No 85 from Head. quarter's says: Corporal Dennis Burke, Company "B. Twelfth Infantry, having q lali tied as marksman to con test for a pjace in the Division team for Creedmoor, will proceed at once, to Presidio of San Francis o, Cal., and report in person, to the Assistant Ad jutant General, Military Division of the Pacilic. The Quartermaster's Department will furnish the neces sary transportation, and the Subsis tence Department commutation of rations for eight days, at the usual rates. Prrtahed In the Ieerr. We learned last week of the death of two men on the desert, between Panamint and San Bernardino. They were James Coleman, 30 years of age, a native of Ireland, and James Hearn, a native of New Jersey, aged 27 years, both miners. It appears they started from Panamint to go to Arizona, on th" 20th ultimo, and, on the old Com pany Road, between Post Office and Lone AVillow Springs(thesc places be ing thirty-five miles apart, and with out water between), both became crazy. Word reached Panamint, and on the second day Jack Xagle started out to rescue them. He found both alive, but was compelled to go to Lone Willow, to get water, and, upon his return, found the two unfortu nates dead. One was yet upon the road, the other having wandered off the road some eight miles to one side. Messrs. Comer, Jones and William Bambrick then went from Panamint to the place, forty-five mile;, distant, and buried the remains. Thus are added two tiaore victims to either the fright or tlic real dangers in travers ing the low deathly wastes of our southern couutry. Inyo Independent, July 12th. Vr) Um Fever. New Your, July 19., Specials re. port that a large number of Sisters of Charity arrived at Nasirille, Tennes see, from Memphis yesterday. Ref ugees from that city say the worst has not been told, and successive stampedes from Memphis seust result within the next few days. The gloomy news from Memphis has oc casioned great uneasiness at Union City, Tennessee. The Board of Health has ordered the establish ment of a most stringent quarantine toward .all railroads- Under-the ex citement citizens have packed up thejr trunks and arc in reidiness for flight at any moment. Attempted Knicide in San Jose. Sax Jose, July 13 Louis Gerdes, the boy who on Friday, attempted u icide by cutting his throat, is yet liv ing. The physicians attending him say that they think there is a slight improvement, and are a little more hopef ll of bis recovery than they were lust night. He is able to speak, twl the doctor discourage it. He has eAvi-n t'o jntimatiou of the cause that led to the act. float I'pset. Toqoxto, July lO.By the capsiz ing of a yacht last evening, Mrs. Oc tavie IV Lisle, 'Emily Lare.ti, Louis La Ecbe a;jd son , 1ouis Gauvin, Za vier Gamnti, Ferdinand Blair and Dr Urnesi. ! L'J-le were dry' ned. MISCELLANEOUS. 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 Gener I Merchndis r, AT REDUCED PRICES. No trouble to show goods Matisftartlon for ar CMKtnter Families furnished with choice GROCERIES &. PROVISIONS, AT SKDCCEP KATES. Goods delivered to any part of this Town, free of charjre. All Kinds r Pmitore Bonglit and Id. H. CoIdberg&Son. Next to Stcinecker's new building. S. Jackson, Having purchased the entire stock of Merchandise From Mr. Samter, I shall hereafter keep a full assortment of G O O D S , ami will sell the same to the public fou CAsn, at a living price, such as to defy all competition. Simon Jackson, Mnnrpznma Street one dxr above the HER ALU Oflvce. " WE HOLD THE FORT!' You Can't Stop us! Stand Aside! Let those ollow who Can! XEW STORE! XEW GOODS! CHEATEST PRICES! Lower than the Lowest. M. ASHER & BRO. - Cor. WafffciHftt JJntt mm OppoaitP northwpt rorpcr nf PIf7.v TK nform'rly occupied by C'otton'tsahj-eu. MISCELTsAXEOUS. jj m li of! Lumber. LUMBER THE MADERA FLUME &TRADING Company. Fresno Co., Cal. Having established a LUMBER YARD AT MARICOPA Are prepared to furnish all ordersfor any kind of building lumber, and FEXCIXG, POSTS, SHTXGLES, SIIAKES, At rates lower than any inside or out side of the Territory. Give us a call, before purchasing or ordering elsewhere. Correspondence Answered. C. 11. CH.15IPMV 93 tf Aarent Muriropa. CALIFORNIA. Variety Store M. KIWA1U. Proprietor. Having just returned from San Franrisce I tafce pleasure in anennncinjj to my numerous fieolg aud tbe public in ffenerut, that I have purchased a large stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE, which I now offer at such exceedingly LOW Pit ICES, as to defy competition. COME, SEE AND BE CON VINCED OF THE FACT. Keep ou hand a large assortment of Optical Instruments. SFECTACLES, GOGGLES EYE-GLASSES, FIELD-GLASSES, ETC. AImo an Optical ejf-snajr for rutins upectaclcs to any person . Arcade Brewerv, AND S A L O O N , Cor. AVayhinjon flud JiiSVrsoji ytrt'etf. riUEN'IX, ARIZONA. Cooleot Place of Kcwort in Town. BEER AS COLD AS ICE, which wc offer for salt? by the Glass. Quart, Gallon or Barrel. sai.oovs .vxn familiks Supplied wiih Bi-ttletl or Kog Beer. Choice WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS- raF'on everybody and enjoy comfort. '. A- U'KK. Joy. TH ATJi KI M K ll Buriiuett Manairor4 .Proprietor. LUMBER!! GREGORY & WILEY, Hnvinsr mad'1 arrn2rmiiitTrilri a T.nmhor firm, in San Francisco are now ready to furnish LUMBER, sniXGLES, BOORS wixbo ir.s Axn moulding. And in lact cverythinr in our Line. CHEAPER THAN F.VKR SOLD IX THIS MARKET. JOE POIIEIM, THE TAILOR. 203 Montgomery Street and 10:$ Third Street Makes the Best Fitting CLOTHES In the City. His prices in French tlooda are lower than anv V? Tailor for cjitib. Honest DetlinK Pronipt Atteation, with a Perfect Fit, P I ind fine workman, iiAa'iuiJ ihip jrnnranteed. Iit of Prices American ool: runts, from $r 00 Suits, from 20 00 Doeskin Pants, from 7 00 Overcoats, from 00 Vests, from 3 00 No. Montiromerv Ftret. fRih Block. and 10:1 Third street, San Francisco. Samples nnd Knles for Self-Measure ment pent to any addrcei. 3m Sine Chong. ..1JEA1.EK IN"-- CHOICE TEAS, -MATTINGS, SILli HANDKEECIIIEFS, ASD t'HIXr.SE OTIOSS. 7ji Dos Carlos' E!ock. north of JJcrait? Ofte. ' 51 MItCELIAXEOUS ancopa Hotel, WOOD & SMITH, Prop's. This hotel J.nsliccn recently finish cil at icre-At expose, ami is now ready l'or the occupation of guests. , THE TAB LIS Will be supplif-il with the choicest the market aflbrils. Board by the Day, Week or Month Uhrral Terms mad withBe(H lar lfuarderfc. TUB BED KOOMS ARE LARGE And commodious and suitably furnished. THE BAR in conne tion with the hotel, is liberally supplied with the choicest brands of Inii orted WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. M-rf E. GERMAIN & CO. Forwarding and Commiftftion Merchants. MARICOPA - - - A. T The citizens are informed that a large Lumber Yard has been established and the hes CALIFORNIA LUMRER Kept for sale. Mfiiil for Price Uat. BUCKALEW & OCHOA, GENERAL Forwarding and Commission MERCHANT, MARICOPA, - - ARIZONA. Alto. wholesale nl retail merchant at Sunford and rloreucc. THE PIONEER SALOON, MARICOPA, A. T. CHAPMAN & AHERN, PROPRIETORS. TICE COOT, Tii nWETSER. MUAVAt' kee iiihI Philadelphia Laspi f!T :il-w.iv-a on hand. PoMt and attentive bur iMi4ltT! nhvayt? ready to aiteud tn the vantn of custom-.-!-. A share of the public palrou-a-4u .solieitert. liar open all niht. BARNETT, BLOCK & CO., MARICOPA, and CAS A GKAXDA. A. T. Forwarding A X 1) Commission MERCHANTS, R. E. Farrington & Co., Dealers in General Merchandise, FORWARDING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Maricopn, Arizona. All frlnt cotiNincri to our care will be promptlv forwarded to any part of the Territory. I am prarM to hamll fast freight and beevy inacauery on sbari Dotice. MARICOPA HOTEL, H. W. KLEIN, Prop'r. MARICOPA, A. T. The patronage ot the traveling public is respectfully solicited. The table supplied with the best the market affords and satisfaction guar anteed. Eggs, vegetables and fruit for sale. Fashion Saloon, E. F. HAFFORD, Prop. MARICOPA - - A. T. Alt vMtors at this town are invited to call at the above named popular place of resort, next door to the hotel, where they can ob tain only the best Liquors. ALL ICED DRINKS of the peason concocted by experienced mix ologtetn. Call. ftVtf Dental Notice. Dr. E. P. Ryder, of Prescott is in town where lie will remain for a few days. Any one desirinjr his services can find him at the Bank Exchange. I'hocuix, July 2d, 18T9. Wtf arden & Oilman Carpenters and Builders, n tb' r-hp formerly ocrnpirH by Wai h t ftopew. f-HM o( Pon t'arll' block. : AH worfc in our liuc luranfrd o sivc KUIIOIHCK Tilt rLAl'Ll VL. Pali & TUCSON, AND ALEXANDRA. John Wholesale Csraer r Maricopa and Jefferson Streets ... - rkaix Sode Agext 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 Fran cisco, Sole Agents for the Pacific Coast. Onr conneetions in Kentucky, w York and Sn Francisco enables to purchase direct from Jtanv.la. Uirers and Importers, and having lac.lit.es inpurui.i.t Jiii r ki,-li we .'iiarnnlee. we an fidently invite purchasers to call ami where. Have on hand a select stock of Old Bourbon and Rye Whiskies, Brand ie Gins, Rums, Tort, Sherry, and Maderiu AVines. Champagnes, Claiets, Sautcrnes, Liqueurs, Bitters, and kvktiythixg appertaining to the LIQUOR BUSIWESS. IMPORTED AUD DOMESTIC would call Ibe attention .P cBioissnr to our very , ii;, I?iMHo's and C.S,.rs. the qunlity of h;. 1, will ial aay.h.ng supplied l.y tirst-cla-ss holies in Hun Francisco or fcasteriej THOROUGH BR ED . Poultry and Berksliires Largest Slock of '"' ;UI ' " '' K..nt lmpo!t3d Fowl . ff , ; 1( ... Ar H Poultry Food. on the . l'acilic 0w - , JToSi ("oust.- V-v -aaS-J It will in ake r.ur C:irboricrowdtrjr- -37J HENS LAY and iIAlMJSNC&s prevent disers,. 31 V.Berkshire Breeders have bec imported direct .?.n?" -reat expense. I will sell a limited number :ot choice piga VA LU uuvcruse my tiuuv. 4 w Poland China Pigs. From stock imported direct from the Magee ,,. Letters of inquiry, inclosing stamp, cheern.llly ;'r"cr'-1 WILLIAN MLKS. Importer and Breeder, Los Angeles, tal. t3tf-5ale arrival ot lowls ami eggs D. H, LOG AN, DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE ! A"D OUTFITTING STORE. T II E Pioneer Store OF MARICOPA. Fair Dealing Our Motto. Teamsters, Miners, anchers OK ANY ONE ELSE Will find it to their Interest TO CALL UPON US Before Vurchasins, l-l&cnlicxc o eaoiwte m Liqcok Dealers. ciaiuiuu , j. o d. Addrcs 7tt 1 AT HAN & Co. HATE OPENED ON Washington street, west of Gardiner's hotel, - A lftrpe and plndid stock rf General M EllCIIAXDISE. Which they' ofler to our citizens at the lowest pos- t 1 siuie prices. Every one is respectful ly invited to call and exam ine our stock and prices. Phoenix Hotel. Vahington St.. hete-n SUritop. d rim Kireets. Cooi and elegantly Furnished Rooms iSimrly or on suite. BATHS, Warm or Cold. EAR AND It KADI NO ROOM. ItHUS 5IOOKRATK. J. J. vAKPlNtli.