Newspaper Page Text
THE PIKEXIX JERALD.
HE3II-WKEIiL ERITIOV. Saturday, Neptembrr No employee of this oirlce, ntrnt jr other person is authorized to make purchases o contract debts for and on account of the ITsrald. No bills against the Hsbalo will be recognized except for purchase and con tracts made by the proprietors ponsonally or upon their written order. "TOWN AND COUNTY. All kinds of job work done at the ; Herald office at the lowest rates, Mining notices for sale at the Her ald office on Center street. A sheriff's sale of lumber will take place Monday. Sheriff Thomas is around gather ing licenses. The Dublic school opens next Monday. R. II. Paul, of TTells, Fargo & Co., has returned from his southern trip. Ben Block, of Maricopa, was in the city yesterday. John Y. T. Smith arrived from Camp McDowell last Thursday. Arrangements are being made for the establishment of an order of Red Men in this city. -Peter Brix, the soda manufacturer, -a marc stolen from him last Sun- James Walsh was down from the Vulture this week, purchasing sup I lies. Read the notice on this page of lios for sale, the property of t;e estate of King S. Wo-, lsey. . Owing to the ' scarcity of water, work is somewhat retarded on the new school house. Next Wednesday is the day set for hearing the application of Mr. Mary I.a Bar for the issuance of let tori of administration on the estate of John LsIJur. We have received a copy of, the Paeijic Specimen, issued, by the Pacific Type Foundry. f Sun Fran ciFco. Manl'T, Li;e, & Co., pro prietors. Arv.ona I.oJg U. D. F. & X M. There will he a special meeting on Monday Tsniog, S-.-pf. '22. Work ia the Sr: degree. By ord.sr W. M. J. B. C'lIKAMFIil !.-. Ladies can, tr-t samples from I.. P.ien. Sacr.-tmm'o. in six d.irs front wrilia;;. Hin new adverti.iemeiit c.k I-.--.., .-.f (.1! ; ...!.. : firms Ins arrivfi 1. and a? lUfv conic ! ' direct he is ea.ibled to sell at the lewest price. An elerjantlj- carved lieivy c!-".l Ela;in Cliioii'oiHeter, the n:i:-h'. Wiitcli.s mide, a beautiful present for a ludy, ' ' i worth $li0, warranted for ei-lit ye.r3. will bs sold for 7K. at Uncle Harris', 221 Kearney street. I'tf.veeri Buili and Sutter. S.;veral stores were closed frv'in AV"edneday sundown until Friday fimdiwn in observance of the Jewish New Year, 5340. This feast is cele brated among the orthodox Jews two days. It i.s not a fast, but a diy of rejoicing and feasting. In our laree cities, most Jewish merchants close their places of business, but ia small towns where the3r have no Synagogue, this custom is not to strictly fol lowed. 3Ir. Shaw is assaying some ore that came from a new discovery about 13 miles north of town. Sam ples seen by us show considerable free gold. The owners of the claim arc J. R. Tilden, Fred Klockow and II. II. Linville. Rev. J. II. Adams, of the H. E. Church, will preach ia the Taber nacle to-morrow mnrning and even ing, ana win be glaa to see as many ot our people as may be able to come. Mr. Adams, accompanied by his wife, left Prescott forthi city, Thursday, and arrived to-dav. He will remain nntil Monday morn ing, when he will leave for Tucson ABalXan from Bishop Creels On Monday last an nnconth indi TKiiim, wno dm evidently seen a good deal of a tramp life, called at the Delta saloon and demanded a drink. "A drink! what on?"'- IntTOgated Mr. Wales, as he nrvevei be strancr- er from head to fort. "I'll d d soon show you what r t;, if you don't set 'em up pretty da-nan quick," was the response. At this unexpected qtie.t, Jim ros to his feet from an easy chair i whi;h he had been 'reclining, and re marked calmly; "Keep cool, young man, keep fool ?" But the young man paid no atten tion to this timely admonition, and striking threatening attitude, con-J tirtJjed: "I'm a bud man from Bishop Creek. I've killed five men in my i;i3', and I'm thirstin' for blood. I tell yer, the jrst tliinaryer know I'll commence a thnotin!" Jim thought he had listened to !..--t kind of besh just about long siig!i, a-,-; p.v.'fdy .IJ Mr stranrer to take a walk : that he had no use for him whatever. Accom pnnying his command with a little hustle, he landed the bad man in the middle of the street, in a manner that would have brought tears to the eyt.i of Boston policeman. We did'nt ret the number of the boot Jim wore ou the occasion, but we think the man from Bishop Creek won't fiad much comfort in a sitting posture for a number of weeks About hali an hour later he was heard to enquire for the loan of a six-shooter. He said a mule up town had kicked him and he wanted to get even. INDUSTRIOUS IRVINE. The Business Career of Successful Merchant. What Has Bsen Accomplished Pluck and Push. by How a Mexican Pony Started a Man in Life. Of all the business firms of our city none stand higher in the community thau that of E. "Itvine & Co., and rightly to, for none eaa claim a more deserved reputation for business in tegrity, ability and promptness. The firm is composed of father and son. and, for the edification of not only thoe who are desirous of learning what, can be accomplished by energy and fair dealing, but also for those who can appreciate pluck and push we will endeavor to 'ive a brief ouf- lineof the business career of the the father, -E. Irvine. Mr. Irvine is moA assuredly one of pur olde- t inhabitants, having been, a resident of the city since it was laid out. Ou his arrival hU entire world lv pos sessor s consK tutl ot a .uexican pony and accoutrements, a ten dollar gold piece, ana a one dollar uiu. witn a keen iaight into the future of the then i:i'ant tiwn, he traded his pony for two t-Dvru Jots and fifteen doilari in cash. iieccr.ui::g by t'lis stroke .-;!" business a lauded proprietor; nd, iu order to make the f.wthoM thus ob tained secure, he at ojcj erected building, which he used np to wi .iiin a couple of weeks as the h:iie of cp erations in his struggle for inde pendence aud position aimng his fellow men. IIi3 fisst b:tainr-ss vcu t '.ire in Piiuenix was as a manu facturer of ch.iirs, this after alijut a week's tri ;! hi disciiidcjj for ths more viiva practice of the l.-ivr, into wuimi ii-! entire I r.-nn ins u3u.i1 ejier v an 1 abilitv, praclicia.-r very ucocs-fai'.y tor !)it two years, when he mSi i.i JoiiJe.l it in order to embark in t.'ie more ctcitreniaj pur suits of uiL-.v.mtilo life. At t!:is tin e -. : . , ,. , ... , isis treuoral reputation for business tact an;l ea:orprie lia-l become &o ive!l known tiituniiout the Territory that hecouM wi!iiout di:Hc:tlty coin man J any support he desired; o: e firm alone, ti.at of Wm. B. Ho per it Co., of Yuma, perceiving in him that patience and application so essential to success, combined with no ordi nary natural aptitude for commercial life, ottered ltim any slock he might need. He started in general mer chandise business in his old building, where he continued until the growth of his business forced him to erect and occupy his present fine and com modious quarters, on the first iast., in his fine two-story brick building, fiftj feet broad by eighty feet long, built at acost of over 23,000, and would be an adornment to any business street of our principal citie3. The first floor is divided into two fine store-rooms, the smaller of which is occupied by Ellis, Asher & Co; the larger by his own business, in addition to which it also takes up the whole of tli3 large basement as a store-house, together w ith the j-nrd, in which is stored large quantities of country produce. On the upper floor the Masons and Odd Fellows have their halls, the remainder being divided into two suites of rooms, eacli suite being composed of seven rooms. Measured by the old adage of "by their works ye shall know them" a man who can in less than a half dozeu years start with an average Mexican pony and eleven dollars ns capita, and accumulate therefrom, in ordinary business transactions, real estate which at a forced sale would bring at lean S30,000, be.ide a stock in trade worth over ?CO,003 is a success indeed. . Oar iiaighba- Orlia3 oonty N Y. it rit-h -n Arizona. I tbe .J-.ido De Forrt-st, Bur?h have l:rite; DEVdiirv Bts-r.' Fr.r-.er acd Wm. , the Albion ; E. K. II;ut, Orlfsris; Quien S.-.Le. -Ex cursion, Lockport and other n-:ce. The Ju2e .lescrves BitcosfS rntt -re are glad to know he has obtained if. Now let him settle do--c in Los Angeles and be happy. L. A. Com mercvti. Judge Lynch is not always right. to Warren county, Minn., a year ago, Wilber Proctor was hung by a mob for the murder of Mis3 Cadiz. The mob trir;d to get at Joo JTaTvinj and Jnbn Pwtnr," v"!!ber's aecompiict4!?, but failed. A t!:8 t.-Iii of the Int ir.jnt corola-lcd. 5r as found 'lis.: . nil flircc lvcie t-utirtly iuno:fri:. ARIZONA i'-f i O Special Telegrams "Herald." to the The Seventh Bullion Shipment from the Tombstone. Important Dispatch from F lore n co- iiuiiion Sliipire ntn. Trcsox, Sept. 20th. The Tomb stone Company shipped ten bars of bullion to Philadelphia yesterday, valued at $20,Sa8. This is the seventh shipment from this Company, mak ing a grand total of $150,333. Itctiif from Florence Florexce, Sept. 9. Tiiree bars of bullion, valued at four thousand dol lars, came in yesterday from the Isabella mill; and from the Globe district three more bars ready, for shipment, making an average weekly shipment of over eight thousand dollars. AV. J. Fu'.lcr, of Sau Francisco. arrived here last night. W. J. Pettigrew, of Oakland, is topping at Picket Post, looking after mining interests the;e. A. Fried, of the house of Living ston fc Co., left for Casa Grande, on the seventeenth instant. The grand ball given by the young men of the town, in honor of Mexi can independence wis a success, and apparently aa enjoyable affair. Ryland's circus is billed here for the 20:h and 21st instants. The usual amount of sand to-day, wind blowing thirty-five miles an hour. ARRIVALS. SPECIALLY RKTOKTED FOll THE SEMI WEEKLY HERALD. The following freight for Northern and Central Arizona, arrived nt-Mar- copa via tcnihern JrMciiie iiiiiio;ia ill t. e even suir ; o ti.' cat.' n ei : A o Pi cents M J- i'-Vr-nic, V CotflXi & I!;:!?, 3 gkgs. i m.n :;-5 ;---'. G pkgs, SiO; G C..ti-r. -10 J S Iuuc.iti. 8 suti 5.3.)0; & Soa, 1 pks, 25; C A I-'j sun.l, 177). Pscott naf.h ford i C' 3979; E H,:i?....fr 3 suud, Eliis, 20 stind, 3i io. Hayden's Feny C T c.dbcr - 1 1 ay & in, 1 5 sund 530. 6 Co, 11, cheese, 12.j; 14 pkg 2,030; Vulture W A Rowe 1325; 43 sund, 327 ). Gillette J Anderson, lfl sund. 1015 V A Rowc, C sund. 670. Tip-Top "W A Rowe, C!5 sund, 5, 7i5. Wickenburg F 3 Collins, 1 sund, 33-3; F L BrilT, 27 sund, 2072. Tiger E J Bonnitt & Co, 3 pkg, 1S5; N C Sheckles, 09 sund, 40s0, C II Champliu, 2 sund, 155. Whipple D Q M, 10 pkg, 12S2; Ct:pt. Byrne, 1 sund, 10. Verde A A Q M, pkg, S3. Weli tori us. Having gone into other business, I now offer for sale a first class well boring and rock drilling machine. The machine is almost new. It can be seen at the lee factory. Good live stock or other first class property will be taken in exchange for it. Call on or address George l,ouiit, Phoenix. HOTEL ARRIVAL. Rank Escliaiie K. Gani, Prop R K Evans. U S A W O Moore. OilrttJ C W Grvon iariocpa. jn Brent, do K M f,r;iv. I'itv K lei.iivvn Hn J 1) t'olwi;. do A Nnimv, ijoymonr A Porvz. Mineral P W Kiernv, " do V in O O Xeil Wasb'n W W Homan. county r .1 iiuourtl, r r A AIItn. &an r B F Marshal, city, .1 II Hammond. Pent Wm Fri-nd San F B J Clmrlf s Picket P J w KoUbins. (. utcaso .7. O'tloushertv. N. Y .1. B. Saiponte TncsonJ T Porter, Forreet'ile J Jl ItobL.ts, rreucott J it lowry, Cal Phoenix Hotel. J J Gardiner Pro .Ts Mn -phy W M GriiFt'i V M Bnti;:a and wife. Jtrj Crocker child. Jao Hartiiu and wife. J E Dnrkee, Gillette. K F ile-fluer, J!nr. Cha Bvron, Picket P. W H Picrsoii. " HARR1EA. DAL1.-MYER1? In Prescott. Arizona, Sep tmbor 11th, 1U79. bv Rev. Father Beckers John R. Dull to Frankie ilvcrs, both 01 thin citv. i E -V A D VERTISE MEXTS. SOTICE. DURING NtY TEMPORARY ABSENCE ro ;i th i T r.ito.y. any co nniunication ni3 rtiii ba ij.i with t'oii.A Biike- -JI-tf A. Ii. Pj IT. W For as- I will epII .-.t PflttlC AUf'TIOli. t liie Lylu i!!;nc"a, one mile eontkwsH ol ON TUE33AY, SEPT. 23d At 10 o'clock A. M., 628 HEAD OF HOGS, Ee!on?ins to the Estate of King-S. Woolsy iU c ja: ed. 3TAKY 0. n-OOLSEY. Ai!.!Eiititria. LATEST GOLDMAN & CO. . ...AT THE mercantile renew osra RW H H n 13 f9 f?33 FX B Commencing, ii JiiTerv GRO'CEKY DEPARTMENT. Crushed Sugar rown Sugar best Green Coffee Ground Coffee (Java) Japan Tea, per pound Rice Apples, dried Peaches, dried Grapes do California Pink Beans California Cream Cheese (.'a Hf. .rni-t Lard i:-;iut MeJiuiu breakfast bacon - IT o : .7 . io vlo, i ,. olaia of mixad Preston & Merrill's Yeast ! Table Fruit, i.ims aud iellios Oysters lib tins Oysters 2ib tin Sahnon 2 lb tins Corned beef, Tripe, Ilead-cl.ee Coal Oil, celebrated safe-gurrd test TOBACCOS. Six plugs, Lorilliard's Tin-tag navy for 1 Five 4Tb sar.ks p-enuine Blackwell's Dui'liam 1 . o - DRY GOODS Calico Gingham Lawn Dress goods, wool plaid Flannel red and white Bleached muslin Crash Jaquonet, AT HALF PRICE. Embroideries, Laces and insertions, A3 CHEAP AS IN NEW YORK. Ladies' Calico wrappers reduced to 75 cents Shawls Reduced from $2 to $1, Lace Curtains only 82 SO per pair. Elegant Brussels Carpet Only SI 25 Per Yard. BOOT & SHOE DEPARTMENT. Ladies Kid-foxed balmorals Men's Western cut brogans - 1 2o Boy's double sole brogans - - 1 50 Men's screwed elastic lace shoes - 2 25 Men's screwed double sole Men's screwed French calf, Men's canvass balmorals Men's Tapsole O K boots Men's screwed h double sole banner boots 3 50 Men's screwed tapsole French calf Centennial 4 50 Men's Tapsole Scotch edge Silver King boots 5 00 uckinsham fe Ilecht's hand sewed, extra quality French calf boots only 10 00 H iG & FURNISHING GOODS DEPARTIViFPlT Men' Cheviot s'sits only .dtn'o I)ia;onii! tits, puly den's Fi cm li sliK mixed "diagonal suits fen s overalls Men's Jleriao undershirts Men's linen ho-om White Shirts Men's Black "Wool HaU The abovo price list cnmpi ies tlp leading ni ticle only, but we b e o sav lo (uir friends and patrons tlatwo have reduced the price of ALL GOODS IX OUR STOKE, REGARDLESS OF COST. OF Jpp TEMBER 1st. eduction UeDartment. SE PRICE LIST 7 pounds for $1 00 - . do 1 UU 1 00 1 00 30 1 00 100 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 62 15 1 00 . sn 75 1 00 5 4 8 10 S s 15 5 5 do do . do do do do do do do per 5) pounds gal. tins do do 8 1 gal jars 50 do 35 a. 4 Po'.vdsr 5 cans for 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 00 00 00 no 00 3 do 4 ' do 4 do 5 do 3 do 3 do 00 per can 3 brand, 150 degree fire per gal. S7 oo 00 DEPARTMENT. 15 8 8 5 4 15 8 vards for do do do do do do 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 Marseilles and E3ainsook for - $1 25 lace shoes 2 50 centennial tie 2 50 1 75 3 50 10 00 15 00 25 00 50 1 00 1 CO ELLIS, Fife IsililSp WHAT CASH AKD RAILROAD WILL DO. After giving thU section of Arizona a fair trial, we Bve eatlsflel onnelvn that the old style of doing business, of selling? tcooAs ;on credit will not hcniftw a, n have couie to the conclusion that nothing but A CASH can and will prosper in Arizona. The merchant as well as the farmer will wiu ia the end. What we mean to say if : Ssll what VOU Raise for Cash, and Buy your goods for Cash. e assure you, that if you give it a fair trial, you will find it money in your pocket. You read advertisements often, and in some cases it turns out not as you expected, therefore we have con- t r,ntif ,. U TfTL"! lit,' A T T3TTOT STTJCIO inbita yu to cai1 and insPeot sds and prices at OUR We also call CLOTHIfJO, BOOTS AfJD SHOES FURNiSHIftiC GOODS, OArEO GOODS, etc., FOBTY-F1V2 Kew Brick Baiii'.in -d fioor fiom the Livery, Feed & ale Stable ! CEO. HAMLIN. Washington street adjoining tho Plienix Hotel. BEST OF HORSES AiD MOST ELEGANT TURNOUTS. G00DWELL FORCE PUMP AND HOSE LarGe Corral to turn loose stock in. Hay and Grain always on hand and lor sale. tf3lrHorses boarded bv the day, week or month at Reasonable rates, batis faction guaranteed. WATER RIGHTS FOR SALE. Persons desirous of purchasing shares in toe Salt River Valley Canal Company, ....OB THS JIAEICOPA CAXAL COMPAXY Can do so on advactigoons terms by apply. in?t" nnrtrsignea at his ofHce in the town of Phctnlx. Oohx T Aliap. tsotr . A WEEK In yoxir own town, and no capital risked. Yon fen give the business a trial wiiljout firnpnrtfi, 'l'hn hot oniiortnnil v eve- uttered for those wjllinsr to wortt. You should try nothiug else uail ou see for yourself what you can do at ih business n e ofl'Tyoq. No room to explain hre. You can clavote all your time o.r onjy your 6par lime to the hutfi9, and mab great pay for every hour that you - work. Wuuui. ma-;e as mnch mony aa. men,, Send for T)(.il -pri Ktte terms aud particulars, which we mail frp". 5,5 Un;nt tree., i-'en t eviz n!ftin ot hard times while von hav sul h a c:;c-. Aeut. H F A'.I.KTT i CO POrllaliti, XaiTiO-, ASHER & CO. BUSINESS NEW STORE. your attention to our large and well selected stock of RGHANTABLE LUMBER, DOLLARS AT ASHER & GO. corcr cf Wat hington and Montezuma streets. 13 Morgan & Go. PHOENIX, A. T. PEALER3 IN GEWERAU MERCHANDISE. Wholesale and Retail, have on hand 400,000 pounds; Indian Wheat,. ....AXD.... 200,000 pounds Glean Barley, For sale at the lowest cask price S. Jackson, Having purchased the entire stcck o Merchandise From 3Ir. Saniter, I! sLall hereaftee- keep a full assortment of GOODS, and v. ill sell to same to the publia FOR CASH, at a living price, suclt as Jo defy aU compeUtion. Simon Jackson,