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THE PHCEXIX HERALD. Finding this not only expen.
' i sire, but a great drawback to their
LATEST ARIZONA NEWS.
GOLDj
tN & CO.
ELLIS, ASHER & CO.
Wednesday. September SM. 1879,
demand for their beer, they com
menced the commodious malt house
just finished. Thia malt house, th
largest and most complete in the Ter
ritory, consists of a fine malt cellar,
the walls and floor of which are ce
mented, a malt floor and a malt kiln
the furnace, pipes, etc., of which
were expressed from San Francisco
at great expense and trouble. Willi
their Dre3;nt improvement, they wi'.l
experience no troublo whatever in
filling any demand which may be
made on them, either for malt or
beer, and from present indications
their capacity wiil be fully tried in a
short while, a3 orders have already
been received from Gillettt and other
places for malt.
J?o employee oftbU office agent, jr other
person 1 authorized to make purchase or
contract debta for and on account of the
Bmu). No bills against the Hkrald will
be recognized except for purchases and con
tracts made by the. proprietors personally or
npon their written order. '"
TOWN AND COUNTY.
The San Francisco excursion leaves
Maricopa to-morrow morning.
All kinds of job work dons at the
Herald office at the lowest rates.
The county school opened Monday
with seventy scholars present.
Mining notices for sale at the II ek
ald oijke on Center street.
Business has been quite brisk in
the Justices' Court during the past
week.
Messrs Brown & Daniels have dis
solved partnership. Mr. Brown will
continue to carry on the business.
Letters of administration on the
estate of John A. LaEar were to-day
issued to-day by the Probate Court
to his widow, Mrs. Mary LaBar.
Quite a bevy of prospectors left
town yesterday morning for the min
ing districts north of tewn.
New stamps and dies. twenty .two (
of each, came this week for the Cen
tral Arizona Mg. Co. Weight 10,530
pounds.
Ryland & Mowry3 Great Ameri
can Circus will show in our city on
Saturday next, with an entirely new
and immense troupe of talented per
formers. :
Water was turned on the Grand
Canal a few dry since, but owing
' to the scarcity of water in the river
. will not reach town for several days.
John Hart accompanied by his
wife arrived a few days since from
California. H will occupy a post'
tion in the wholesale tiquorestablish.
ment of Jno. R. Dall & Co.
We are glad to see onr friend John
R Dall, of the firm of John R. Dall
& Co., is in town again. Whether it
is owing to matrimony or hi? trip to
the mountains, we cannot say bit; ho
is looking better than we ever saw
him.
We have rcccirc-d a circular notify
ing us of the incorporation, under
the laws of the Slate of New York,
of the Silver Nugget Mine and Mill
ing Company of Maricopa County,
Arizona,with C. G. Hojars, as Presi
dent, and Edward Webb, as Sec
retary.
Mondar October 6ih will be the
first day. of ihe October term of the
Probate Court. All administrators
stnd executors having unsettled estates
in thcProbate Court should be present
in Couit with their attorneys on tha
day at ten o'clock.
A twenty-six hour walking match
under the management of Captain
Malcom, for one hundred dollars a
ids between Messrs. Newell and
Wilson of Prescott took place here
from eight o'clock 8unday night to
ten o'clock Monday night. It result
ed in a victory for Newell, who
walked in that time seventy-fire mile
to Wilson seventy-four Newell.s first
mile was made in seven and a half
minutes. " Messrs. C-Conrad and C,
R. Martindale as judges.
D. W. Cummings, arrived in town
yesterday on his way to Aitar, Mex
ico, where he goes to bring back the
four valuable horses stolen from his
ranch,' seven miles west of Phoenix,
on the night of the 11th inst. Mr.
Cummings, with a praiseworth de
termination to recover bis property,
employed a Thomas Rogers, a trailer
who taking up the trail three days
after the theft followed it through
several cities.and over three hundred
miles of desert waste, 60 miles of
which was through a country where
no water could be fonnd, to Altar,
wUre he recovered the stock.
INDIAN INIQUITIES.
Call for Troops by the Gov.
ernor of New Mexico.
One Million Rounds of Cartridges
Ordered Distributed.
SPECIALLY REPORTED FQH TltK SEMI.
WEEKLY UERALU.
Revere Engagement
with the Red Devils.
special to the herald. J
The I-arrest Brewery in Arizona
Among the Industries which have
lRtely sprung up in Phusnix, and
which promises to be successful, is
that of brewing the healthful Ger
man drink lager beer. The pio.
neers of this new business in our city
were the two gentler&ea .comprising
ihe firm of Luke & Thalheimer, both
old residents of the Territory ; one
indeed, Mr. Luke, being an ex-Mayor
of Prescott. On April 16th last, the
first step was taken by them in the
erection of a temple to OIJ Gambri
eUs, and with such commendable en
ergy and enterprise, was the work
pushed ahead, that on the fifteenth
lay ef the following month, they had
the satisfaction of knowing that the
no brick building they occopied and
erc carrying on business in, bad
bea erectedln less time than any
rher brick edifice rn the Territory.
Froa the outset, their .beer' found
iio: in the eyes of tfce beet imbib
J3g portion of Tae inhabitants -of
ric:z. that they were forced to
fj'sout c--er oz-t hundred gallons
ed jejsetlz'i'.ss doing EO till
dftte,.&U oi.tLia Lwr bet jg". brawed
from raait received from Caa Tun-
Washington, Sept. 19. Secretary
McCrary received the following tele
gram last night from Santa Fe:
Tbe Indians are committing hor
rible atrocities in Grant county.
There are not enough regular troops.
Please give me Federal authority to
put three or four companies of vol-
n leers in the field.
Lew Wallace,
Governor of New Mexico.
The following reply was sent this
morning by the War Department to
Governor Lew Wallace, Santa Fe :
Your dispatch is received. The
War Department is without "jnfor,
matioa as to the nature of the out
break or the number of hostiles. I
V ave taken step3 to have the neces
sary force concentrated at onoe. In
the absence of legal authority, I am
compelled to decline giving orders to
raise volunteers.
G, W. McCreary,
lMireury of War.
LATS.R.
Washukjtoji. Sept. 19 The orct-
! nance department has telegraphed to
U c-immundinsnt of the arsenal at
Fort Union, New Mexico, to isai
arms and ammunition to Gov. Wal
lace, not to exceed 800. and 1,000.000
rounds of cartridges.
Washisgtox, Sept. 19, The fal
lowing dispatch is from Colonel
Hatch at Santa Fe, New Mexico :
"I have Just received the follow
ing from McEvers, near HiiUboro :
"We had five hours fight with all
of a hundred Indians. We have ten
killed and several wounded. All our
stock is gone. I have sent every
available soldier out with Dawson
and Day. I hear that Bcver, Hugo
Lieut. Wright are all in the vicinity
and should be able shortly to over
take the Indians."
mzm
Cnpeaeefal ITtes,
Special
Telegrams
"Herald."
to the
Items) from Florence.
Florence, Sept. 23. Two silver
bricks came in to-day from Globo,
Reports from that district are very
encouragine; the miners are an
busy and the mills running steadily
and satisfactorily.
Large shipments of grain from
this place have beep made in the last
two davsi the larger portion of it to
parties in Tucson.
J. D- Walker leaves to-day for the
new mining district at Owl Head, to
look after his interests there. . It is
reported from Picket Post, that sev-
mines there are about to change
hands for a considerable sum to San
Francisco men. We could learn noth.
ing definite in regard to the transac
tion". ' -
FREIGHT ARRIVALS.
.AT THE
The following freight for Northern
and Central Arizona, arrived at Mar
icopa via Southern Pacific Railroad
on tie cvcning3 of the dates men
tioned :
8ATCREAY, SEPT. 20..
Gillett Tip-Top M Co, 2 coal oil,
160.
PhcenixG Coats, 17 sund, C30.
No freight on Sunday.
MONDAY. SEPT. 21.
Phoenix M L Peralta, 1 sund 105;
Soman & Heine, 2 pkgs, S05; Gold
man & Co, 12 pkg3, 11Q0; M Ed
wards, 24 sund, 2227; Ming Chung,
sund, 240; Gosper & McClintock, 3
paper, 300; J R Dall & Co., 10 sund,
1420; Quong Lee, 10 sund, 500; W
M Holland, 15, 830; M Edwards, 1
sund, 120: S Greenhaw. 1010: E Ir-
rvine & Co, 24 sund, 620; Ellis,
Asher & Co, 23 sund, 3771; G
Coats, 63 sund, 4131; Thompson &
TUibodo, 1 sund 40.
Haydeu's Feiry-C T Hayden, S
sund, 770. '
Signai Collins' & Co, 45 sund,
3629-
McDowell J Y T Sail.:, 1
Tigar E J Bjnnilt & Co, 14j.Wg,
975; J S Duncan 1 sund 70.
I Prescott E tlerzog, 11 sund, 5S0;
Raible & Worth 9 sund, . 790; Brown
Bros., 8 pkgs, 1019; Gold water & Bro
1 pkg, 100, T W Otis, 3 sund 28.
TUESDAY , 6ETT. 22.
Phosnix N Rosenthal, 2 pkg, ISO
G W. Rolhrock, 2 pkgs. 145; Geo
Coats, 1-1 sund, 3S0; Ellis. Asher &
Co, 7 sund, 8A5.
1-vescotl Dr. u Liacclc, sun
1,010.
Tiger J H Andres & Co, 50 sund,
2,855; E J Bannitt & Co., 16 sund,
950.
EST A
Mercantile
M
OF
D
Commencing,
reat
SfcPlhiBEB 1st.
eduction
In Every Department.
NEW PRICE LIST
GROCERY DEPARTMENT.
Crushed Sugar
best
rown fcugar
Green Coffee
Ground Coffee (Java)
Japan Tea, per pound
7 pounds for $1 00
00
00
00
xiioe
Apples, dried
Peaches, dried
Grapes do
California Pink
California Cream Ch
California Lard
California Medium breakfast bacon
Bean3
jese
8 do
5 do
4 do.
8 do
10 do
8 do
8 do
15 do
5 do
5 do
Soda Cra-jkera
Golden .Syrup -
Do do
Home made Syrup-'
rickle3 plam or mixed
i)o . .do
per B)
8 pr.unds
1 gal. tins
h do
1 do.
gal jars
i do
Prest6a& Merrill's Yeast Powder 5 cans for
fable Fruit, jam- and jellies
l ie l'riiu
.Vegetables . . ' . -..
Ovsters IB tins
Lieutenat-Gencral Sheridan, in
Chicago, has received instructions
from the War Department at Wash
ington to detail a sufficient force of
military frora the nearest agency to
arrest the insubordinate Ute Indian
chiefs on the White River, and en
force obedience to the agent's require.
ments ; also, to hold the ring-leaders
as prisoners.
LETT l'EO)l TOMBSTONE
CORRESPONDEXCE OF THE HERALD
TOXBBTOUE DlSTBICT, ARIZ., )
September 20, 1879. )
Editor Herald: Thinking a few
lines, descriptive of this section of
our territory which has lately
created such a sensation in the min
ing world, would not prove uninter
esting to your readers, some of whom
may contemplate moving to this new
El Dorado, I take the liberty of for
warding you this communication.
The valley'of the San Pedro, through
which our road from Phoenix laid, i3
but thinly settled, and mostly by far
mers and stoc!5-rnisers, between
whom there is at present trouble, in
consequence of -nrhirh sevc-rai horses
belonging to stockmen, have been
hot by the farmer.?, Tke country is
well adapted to stuck raisinr, but a.3
an agricultural cc ;itry -Kill ci
bear comparison wi;. :-f -.a'.ssys t: j
the Gila or Salt river, c- .cc::. r .:; i
the scarcity of water? i-'rh-ri
Spring valley is, however, by : .r :ic j
best stock range I have ever see.i : !
fact, this section of the Territory ss a i
great field of heavy waving gras, bu:
off the San Pedro water is very
sace. 1 ne country 1b sparsely tim
bered with oak, walnut, Cottonwood
and willow, and fcem tha Gila is
dotted wjth raining locations culmi
nating in this, tfce grandest mielag
istrict of the Territory, where the
wildest dreams of the prospector are
5. r. W.
Well JUoriujr-
Having gone into other business,
I now oner for sale a first class well
boring and rock drilling machine,
The machine is almost new. It can
ba seen at the Ice factory. Good live
stock or other first class property
win De tauen in exenansre lor it.
Call on or address George Lount,
.Phoenix.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
DISsOLl'TIOX XOTICE,
-lfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN" THAT
the partnership heretofore existing
uuuer me arm name 01 Drown & Daniel,
ut ui?oivcQ luis any. dt mutual consent.
'I be baainess will hereafter be carried on
by Thomas V . Brown, who will collect all
bills, and pay all debts of the abave-men-
uonea nrm.
Tos. W. Bboww,
W. O. Banikl.
Photnix, Sest. 2?. 122 4wW.
American Circus
HIPPODROME,
AND
PERFORMING ANIMALS,
.... WILL PERFORM....
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25TH
At Phoenix.
tFor fall particulars see small bills.
3
4
4
5
3
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do
do do
do
do
do.
per can
1
1
1
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1 00
100
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
62J
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1 37
75
1 00
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E is
WHAT CASH AND RAILROAD
WILL DO,
Af.er giving tbii section of Arizona a fair trial, we have sti.fie.l oorselvM that th old
style of doing business, of selling ffood 'on credit will not nereartr da, w
have coma to the conclusion that nothing but
A CASH BUSINESS
can and will prosper in Arizona.
The merchant as well as the farmer will win in the
end-. "What we mean to say if Sell What VOU
Raise for Cash, and Buy your goods
for Cash We assure you, that if you give it a
fair trial, you will find it money in your poefcet.
You read advertisements often, and in some cases it
turns out not as you expected, therefore we have con
eluded to satisfy you that WE MEAN BUSINESS, we
inbita you to call and inspect our goods and prices at
OUR NEW STORE.
W e also call your attention to our large and well
selected stock of
CLOTHING,
BOOTS AND SHOES
FURNISHING GOODS,
CANNED COODO.etc,
FORTY-FIVE DOLLARS AT
ELLIS, ASHER & GO.
OD
New Brick Building, 3d door from the corner of Washington and Koctenma stnata.
eystOi'S iiv till -
Salmon '21b. tins
Corned beef, Tripe, rHead-cl ee
Coal Oil, celebrated safe-gusrd brand, 150 degree fire
test '-' - - per gal,
TOBACCOS.
Six: plugs, Lorilliard's Tin-tag navy for 1 00
Five IB) sacks genuine Blackwell's Durham 1 00
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT.
Livery,
Sale Stable !
Calico
Gingham
Lawn
Dress goods, wool plaid
Flannel red and white
Bleached muslin
Crash
15 yards for 1 00
8 do
8 do
5 do
4 do
15 do
8 do
00
00
00
00
00
00
EXPRESS AND DELIVERY
WACO N .
Hiving a Warorj tr!!t exnreaalv fnr h
p-j-ro I ja pi-epared to fill ail "orders in
thi-. 1.1.3.
i'araii-srs ."VfoTias rjpeoialty.
C:i J.-3 :cft 53 '.hi iV-it at th Magao2ia
Jaquonet, riarssilles and Nainsook
AT HALF PRICE,
Embroideries, Laces and Insertions,
AS CHEAP AS IN NEW YORI-
Ladies' Calico wrappers redyced to 75 cents.
Shawls Reduced frora $2 to $1,
Lace Curtains only 82 50 per pair.
Elegant Brussels Carpet Only SI 25 Per Yard.
BOOT & SHOE DEPARTMENT.
Ladies Kid-foxed balmorals for
Men's Western eti't brogans
Boy's double sole brogans - -
Men's -screwed elastic lace shoes
Mea's screwed double sole lace shoes
Men's screwed French calf, centennial tie
Men's canvass balmorals
Men's Tapsole O K boots
Men's screwed double sole Banner boots
Men's screwed tapsole French calf Centennial
Mens lapsole Scotch-edee Silver Kinsr boots
CEO. HAEV3LIN.
Washington atreet adjoining the
Phenix Hot.
BEST OF HORSES AND MOST
EtEGANT TURNOUTS.
G00DWELL FORCE PUMP AND
HOSE
LarGe Corral to turn loose
stock in.
Hay and Grain always on
hand and for sale.
i
1 25
1 25
1 50 TjSSHorses boarded by
2 25 the day, week or month at
2 50 Reasonable rates, batis
2 50 faction guaranteed.
1 75
3 50
3 50
4 50
5 00
H. Morgan &Gq.
PHOENIX, A. T.
DEALERS IX
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.'
Wholesale and Retail.
bare on hand
400,000 pounds
Indian Wheat,
....AND....
200,000 pounds
Glean Barley,
For sale at the lowest cash
price.
Adima aueel,
Best Flour, 3-7.
Bread iillversi re.
uckingh-am & Hecht'3 hand sewed, extra Quality
I'rench catf boots -onlv . 10 00
a riJS.?V.-ki&Z GOODS DEPARTMFNT
Clr.':.:t rr':.'2:7 - - f 10 00
': --.?" rV r : . - - 15 00
" '; :' ,t . . - - 3sj
'-z -.z:-. v, Chars . -- 100
;-; - ,'- -: ::- - i oo
WATER RIGHTS FOR SALE.
Persons desirous of purchasing shares In
tne
Salt Rivsr Valley Cana! Company,
oa rns ...
JIAHICOPA CASAL COM ?AXT
Can do so on advantageous terms ty apply
in --r to tbrt undTsiirncd at hin rfuc;? in ibe
towjj of Phoenix. Oohn T Au.ip.
le -dinj artie'e' on!y, hni .jre bg-
rfoe of ALL
Cabl iicasjica, tro r, 1
re iuoe-J the
O'-" i"" ";;"'
A WEEK in ronr own tcwr..
and no capital risked. Yon c-n
laj U esnease. Tia ist ociiortuuiiv
e.eoi.ered ur tboso willing io uo;k. You
should try noitliog else until you sea k:
yourself what-you can do m th buyinesa v. t
Oii--r you. No room to explain hare. Yuu
can d-jvote all your time or only your sparr
time to ihs basuss, aud maka g;'at"pi;.
::r evry hc-i.- ;r.-:t yon -oik. Vci-iu
S. Jackson,
KsTing purchased the en'Hre stock o
erchandise
From. Mr. Samtar, I shall hereafter
keep a fall assortment "of '-'
GOODS,
aud will sell the same to the pallia
FOR CASK,
at a living prise, suoh as
lefv uj!
Simon Jj3ck-
tv
au Clnoe,

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