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THE PIICEXIX HERALD.
SEJH HEEKI.Y KBITIOV. .Veanesdiss-. S-pte-nber 81. 1S79. a. - - niwipwwj'iiniiw n NEW MEXICO. Lawlessness ir. our Neigh boring Territory. L:r.co!r. County Kcepir.3 up its Reputation. Gscturs of Throe Stags Steppers. From the Las Vej.-u Gazette cf the 12:li last : Glorieta is booming. Four hun dred mea are at work ia that Tu;ici ty. Eee'is chsap. Liquids except ing water are abundant. Owens, Phelps & JlsreditU will put up thre ttCiiia ni!!3 oc the Pecos; work on the divide Til! occupy about tec week3. The Sentinel is authority for the above. A little over two weeks aga a man stated .to have 'been from Las Ve gas was murdered west of Silver City. He was driving a black burro which carried his supplies. The body was dragged some distance up an arroyo and left there. The murderer is sup posed to have taken the burro and luggage. The deceased was about twenty-five years of age, five feet eight inches high and had red hair. A watch safe key and knife which were found may lead to the identifi cation of the body. Lincoln county items are genorally tragical. They Etill continue to kill people in that section. John Tones who killed John Beck with wa3 him self shot and killed. Clmgtr is the man who is supposed to have killed Jones. He was killed at Pierce & Paxton's ranch. A num ber had eolected there. Jones came up and was shot: just how is not dffiuitely stated. He was shot six or tight times. Pierce was also shot through the hips and is expected to to die... Jesse Evans is under arrest at Fort Stockton for killing Tom Jones. Charles Adams, special agent of the post office department came in from Denver on the Thursday morn ing's train and put himself in com munication with officials here and the detective who has been working "p the case.- Webb was one of the proprietors of the saloon on Center Street where he was arrejted and was dealing keno when colarcd. It is reported that he was terribly scar ed, and that he was really wanted t n a charge of having been engaged in a murder in Texas. The men bear ing the euphonious tille? of B S Jack and Slap Jack Bill, the pride of the Pan Handle, are gamblers who came from Otero some weeks ago. They are originally from Texas and are classed as teugh citizens. A good deal of sympathy is expressed for Webb by men who knew him and they uniformly express the opinion that he is not guilty of the stage rob. bery. Bat Mr Parker identific'3 him as the man who hired the buggy the evening of the robbery. Mr. Sander eon of company also identifies one of the men as being present on that ex citing occasion. The officers who made the arrest evidently understood their business all they took their men withont creating any confusion, the prisoners were kept at the hotel all uight and ia the morning started for Santa Fe for a hearing in the United States Courts. J B. Harris, foreman of the ma terial yard at the depot, reports ties, rails, spikes, bolts, etc., su flic it tit to lay sixteen miles of tractt. and also Trridge material sufficient for the next fifty miles. As soon as the tun nel is open the accumulation will rapidly increase. Track laying will be commenced again in about two weeks. Messrs. Griffith and Lowther of the Construction department of fhe railroad", went up to the. tunnel yesterday morning to arrange for lay. i'ng the track through, and arriving there, telegraphed for men and ma terial, A train was at once fitted out and sent back, and it is probable the hands wiH commence at once to l:.y the iron track through the Raton Moun tails. The completion of the tunnel will enable the road to re. duce the running time on the road by several hours. Tire cars will come through fromt La Junta on the Arkansas river without tlvterf tion. The Empire of India ia IVavftur a tough time of it in Afhaniotau. The native troops at Herat have revolted aud massacred the civil ami military authorities. The Zulu war is just over, aud now England has her hands full w ith that Afghanistan rebellion. When native troops revolt aud kill a lot of Englishmen or when Eng land's foes slaughter, a few British officers, it is a terrible massacre. When British troops kill Afghun and Briii.h hird savages run down and murder Zulus, tUtit i- v.;irf:irc . F. Ht-j!; It-port. Chinese Cities. tn Eastern The Xcw York Herald, in a re cent article on the Chinese in Xuw Vork, ztutes there are besides 300 laundries, 50 Chinese groceries, 20 tobacconists and 10 druggists, with enough Mongolians in other callings to demonstrate the adaptibility of the race. In 1675 there were only one hundred and fifty seven Chinese iu New York, but the next year will show many thousands. Ia Jersey City there are three factories which employ Chinese labor alone. One of theta ia a shirt factory, another a shew factory, and the last an es tablishment for the manufacture of cheap cutlery. It is said that a beer saloon has been opened in Hoboken by two Chinamen. In Brooklyn there are about fifty laundries, six cigar stores and one grocery. From statistics furnished by the most intel ligent and best informed of these people, the population of 2 ew York has received an addition of 2,500, in cluding two females. The Chinese residents of Brooklyn number over 230, and two feruak'3. Jersey City (and LI'-'bokea Liive about two Uua- dred. About ten per cent of these I arrived in the city from Havana, the rest came overland from Califor n'a. Over ninety-five per cent, of the Chinese population are regularly en gaged in some honorable calling. Every few days the San Francisco Companies send out a batch of about a hundred Chinamen. About fifty of these come to JS'ew York, twenty to Boston, and twenty to Philadelphia. The rest scatter to other cities. The article further declares that the Chinese, have purchased lots in sev eral cemeteries including Green wood. Thev are marrying extens ively, generally Irish women, and a China. Celtic generation is spring, ing up. A Mixed Litter. Yesterday afternoon we were shown the result queer freak of aa ture at George Bailies Burton Ale Saloon First street. Mr. Charles Barr, who owned the place for a number of years, had in his posses sion for a long time a very large Maltese cat. She had had several litters of kittens in a certain room back of the saloou. Though op posed to dogs of all kinds, the cat in question became very familiar with a half black.and tau and half grey hound dog kept on the place. On the 4th inst. the cat gave birth to a litter of eight young ones. A few hours after, upon investigation, ii was discovered tiiat three of the new comers were pups, and the other five kittens. The kittens were per fect, aud with the exception of the ears on the dogs resembled those of kittens, and the feet of the latter be ing somewhat like those of kittens, the dogs are also remarkably perfect. There is no doubt about their mater nity, and so far the mother indicates a decided preferance for one of the pnps, the favorite being jet black, and the other two dogs being mouse colored. San. Jose 1 imes. Military JIatters. Lieutenant-Colonel Robert S. La Motte, Twelfth Infantry, having re ported for duty ia this Department, is assigned to t'e command of Whip, pie Barracks, Preseott. Pursuant to telegraphic Instructions from headquarters Military Divisioa of the Pacific the following changes in the stations of troops will be made: S,Company K. Twelfth Infantry, will be relieved from d lty at Fort Verde, and will proceed without delay to Fort Mohave and take station thereat Upon the arrival of Company K, Twelfth Infantry, at Fort Mohave, Company F, Eighth Infantry, will be relieved from duty at that post, and will proceed by the first available river steamer via. Fort Yuma, Oal., thence by rail to Benicia Barracks, Ca.1., reporting its arrival by tele graph to the Assistant Adjutant Gen eral Military of the Pacific. Fasa it Ai'onnd. Splendid advice is this from the New York Miuing Record: Our con temporaries in the mining districts may do a special service to the tnin inr industry of the country by a flat footed exposure of the facta as they actually are, whensoever they see published here any favorable notice of a mining enterprise based upon property in their respective vicinities, which may be known at home as lacking substantial meri'.or to be without the development or plant Claimed for it. Invariably when a mining property without genuine value has been put upon the Eastern market, so soon as the bubble bursts the reputation of the district in which it was located suffers, and, as a consequence, r ally good mines thereafter, from that quarter suffer from it, and meet little or no con sideration. A model refusal cf aii offer of mar. riage has been obtained at the office of the London Truth by offering a prize. It is as follows :: Dear Mr. -. I am very sorry; I appre- i ciatc you immensely, but I cannot ' cive the c;i6:et without the rretn. Increase of PliESCOTT. Lumber. New Saw Mill. GEO. W. CURTIS, Proprietor. Two and one-half miles south of Frescott. Having now coirpletetl, and in full operation, ray new Saw Mill, I am prepared to fill or ders for Merchantable, Clear, Surfaced and Rustic Lumber Matched Flooring, Casings, Mouldings, Panelmgs and Shingles OF THE FINEST QUALITY In short, everything in my line for the construc tion of First class Build ings. TERMS: - Cash on Dell very All orders sent by mail, or through the merchants prompt attention. Geo. W. Curtis. Clipper Mil! mbe r COMPANY. Preseott, Arizona. H AVISO PURCHASED THE INTER estofj. U Wiley, we bar rt-fitted the above mills Willi near aws and machinery, ami are now ht-tter prepared than ever to tarn ish all kind of Merchantable, Clear, Fencing, Rus tic and Surfaced, Matched Fluorine Beveled Bidins, Lath, In ogles. Sash. Doors, Mouldinss, &c, at BED ROCK PRICES. Get oar prices bforeo I ensuing elsewhere. OSce carzer Coriz and 5ood tn .'reef. O. R PARK BR, F.G. I'AKKER. SMITH'S RESTAURANT. Old American Hotel building, opposite the Poslofficc. WM. SMITH, Prop- WIT. SMITH. Is well-known throcghont California as a first-class Cook, and assumes the entire control of this Department. Good Cooking, Will be the main feature cf my Restaurant. Freshest and Best Fruits, Vege tables, etc., will be supplied, on the Table. -- Terms Reasonable. 3Itemember the Place. SEYMOUR HOTEL. U- A. STRICKLAXD, ProV. Situated at the mill site of the Cen tral Arizona Mining Company.. Stage station for the famous Vul ture mine. Prlecs Reasonable. SEYMOUR SALOON, jonv CODY, PBOP He who calls on roe will -be treated ifl'a gentlemanly- matttw. A FINE BILL1AED TABLE In connection 'with the house. MISCELLANEOUS. Williams House Preseott, Arizona. The Largest nad meat Complete Hotel In Arizona. Jas. A. Guild & Co., Proprietors. In conJaacUon with the above li the Sazerac Saloon. Where can be fonnd the finest stock o WINES, LIQUORS, ETC. RESTAURANT ! Capital Slock. Pheslx. BEST EATING HOUSE In' The Salt RlYer Valley. Our Tables are alwaj-s sup plied with the best to be obtained in the Market. Polite Attention Fa4t to Gnesti C. Salari, Prop'h BUCKALEW & OCHOA, GENERAL Forwarding and Commission MERCHANT, MARICOPA, ARTZONA. ANo. wholea1e and retail merchant." at Sanford nnd Mvrence. BARNETT & BLOCK, MARICOPA, and CASA GRANDA. A. T. Forwarding AND Commission MERCHANTS, R. E. Farrlngton & Co., Dealers in General Merchandise, FORWARDING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Maricopa, Arizona. Alt fVtM eon;lrned to onr care will be promptly forwarded to any pert of the I am prepared to bardl. tnst freight and heery machinery on sbari notice. MARICOPA HOTEL, H. W. KLEIN, Prop'r. MARICOPA, . A. T. T1o mimniro nt the traveling pnblicis respectfully solicited. The table supplied with the best the market affords and satisfaction guar anteed. ' Eggs, vegetables and fruit for sale. Fashion Saloon. R. F. IIAFFORD, Frop. MARICOPA - - A. T. Alt visitors 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 Feaeon concocted by esp erieccedmi oloipete. Call, ?-lMf Fresh Milk. IS DELIVERED BY THE UNDEKMUXED to custrnxMira in Pheniz and vicinity daily. Having a large dairy three miles oartu oi town ean fui msa Hill Fresher and S-weeterSS Than con be done by keeping your arm coW Give me a trial Orders left at the Ppstofflea Will RecelW Prompt Attention. E W. L.O--DORN. PIICEJfIX HERALD. SEMI-WEEKLY HERALD The Leading Paper of Southern Arizona Will devote its columns to furthering the interests of Phoenix and Maricopa county and the southern portion f Arizona, It is the intention of the pub lishers to make the HERALD a newspaper of the day, complete in all its details, and in every department FCII, AXD RELI ABLE. The Editorial columns will discuss all live topics of the day, and its local columns will contain a complete resume of all lo cal happenings, and all matters of home interest. TERRITORIAL TELEGRAMS. The HERALD will con tain the latest news occur ring in the towns and cities of Arizona. TERMS. One copy, one year - $5' One copy, six mouths, - - 50 Delivered to any part of town, 50 cents per Month. MISCELLANEO US. Iutemational Hotel. 8-J4 and &Si Kearnv Streot. San Krnncieco. $1.25 and J1.50 oer tlav. II. C. Patrid2w, Proprietor. Two Concord coaches, with the name of the Hotel on. will always be in waiting nt the lauding to convey pafMcnKC-rs to the Hotel frite. B. an re von cet Into the right conch; if yon do not. they will charge you. 0m KMenesdorffer. Hats and C'aptWhole . sale and Ketail, No. 15 Koarny street, San Francisco. Cm Tv Hick Co.. Practical Book Blnd"ra XJm and Blank Book Mnunfactnrers, No. S13 Clay Btreet. near Montgomery. San Francisco. Blank books ruled, printed and bonnd to order. 6m "Terrv A Place. Importer?" and Dealers in I Minioi; Engines. Saw Mills. Steam Pumps. Portable and Stationary Kneines. Stamp Mills. Air Comnresors and Itock Drills, "Wood and Iron Workinz Machinery, etc.. etc. Catnlorne sent on application. Market street, head or Front Btreet, San Francisco. 6m BI Whcin. D. D. S . Dcntixt. All . branches of the Dental art done in the best manner oosFible. at reasonnMe prices, aid satisfaction tmaranteed. Sntith west corner of Third and Market street. Entrances Sn. S Third street and TO? Market street, San Francisco. I'm LE LONG'S fa U RSEHIES, Los Angoles, Cal. The Lartst snH Mnst Connl- Stock cf Semi-Tropical and Northern Fruit Trees, Evergreens, SHRUBS, FLOWERING PLANTS, ROSES, &C. Solid for Catalogue aud Price List. Free to all on application. Trees and Plants packed and delivered at du pot free of charge. 4m The Magnoiia Saloon. MORROW & CO. Proprietors Y. would respeotfully nctiJy the public tha we have opened a Saloon in the new FRAME BUILDING on tbe Corner of "Washington and Montezuma Streets. The verv best quality of Wines, Liquors and Cigars alway ou hand and suld at prices to suit the times. Give UK a 10t rat. The Bradshaw Mountain IS OVR PLACE OF BUSINESS. v DON'T GO TO rescoff. For we will sell rou goo!s RIGHT AT YOUR CABIN DOG LESS MONEY ! Than j-ou chii buy at Prcstott and transport them home. We have depots at Gillette, Tip-Top and Peck -District. Mining Men take Notice ! And FHve the bother of packing. The Lo-s 's Time, axd Actual Cash, hv luivins of ANDRES & HOWE. SI500! TOJ6 0C0A YEAR, or $5 to S'-iu a aav in your own localitr. No risk. Wo men do as well as men. Jtany make more tnan tbe amount stated Above. No one can fail to make miny fast. Anv one ean do the work. You can make fronj 50 cents to 2 an hour ly dovot ing an evening and spare time to the bnsi nsw. It cost nothing to try the business. Nothing like it for money-making ever offer ed before. Business pleasant and strictly honorable. Reader, if you want to know all about the beet paying bnfiinees before the public, send us your address and we will send you fnll particulars and private terms free; samples worth also $5 sent free: you can then make up voar mind for yoursel. Address, GEO. ST1NSON & CO., Portland. Maine. Starke's Hotel, SAS BERXABDI-0, CAL. Meals, 25 Cents. A. STAItKE. froprletor. C. H. CURRY, Watchmaker and Jeweler. (Late of San Francisco.) Has established himself in Phoenix aud is prepared to do all kiude of Watch, Jeiedry and Clock Repairing. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Or Xo Charge. Give him a call, a he intendB to become a permanent resident of l'hocutx, ami ha natteriuz recommendations as evidences of a eood workman. In the window or Llti ville & Wiley, on Vasbiu2tou street. SEYMOUR Feed Yard and Corral. E. PACKWOOD Proprietor This, the pioneer stable of Seymour has at all times- hay and grnift. ant! all tho accommodations tor boarding horse.- Horses on hand at all times to Let 00 tf and for Sale. LEGAL. XOT1CE TO CREDITOR. IN jnE PROBATE COLRT OF THE 1 o mty of Maricopa. Territory of Arizona. Iu the matter of the estate of X.CK Moniuox. deceased. Notice it hereby given by the undersign ed. Administratrix' of the estate of l.uao Monibon deceased, fo the creditor, of and all persons haviui; claims against the aal4 deceased, to exbibit them with the necea ry vouchers x ithiu ton month, after the firl publication of this notice to the said Admin istratrix at her residence about aix mile, south west from the town of Phcenix, iu the county of Muricopn. SAKATI E. MONIHON. Administratrix of the estate of LI KE SIONIHoN. deceased. Phoenix, Sept. 13th, 1ST9. 1193 XOTICE. LAND OFFICE ) T VSeptemb-'rlS, 1ST9 Florence, Arizona, ) XTOTIt'E IS lIKKEnV filVFX Xl that the following-named settler ha tiled notice of his munition to make final proof in suppo I or his claim, and secure final entry thereof at tho expiration of tbinv days from the date of tills notice, viz: Trin iriAL. i'ALX.i, oi Maricopa county, who made li';iio-itert-t Application. 'o. 59. for the S H of S K H or Section 14. T 1 N, R 4 E. and names the for ming aa his witnesses, viz: Albert P-rker of Temp, Maricopa county, and Winchester ii tiler, also of Tempo, Maricopa countt. C. 3d. K. Paclisok", Eelster. 120 5tW ' XOTIff. ALL PERSONS KSOWISO TrlEM selvcp indebted to the undersigned ar reqnes;ed to call and settle their accounts between now and the Hrt of October, pmx. imo, fig afti?r ttai date, all accounts dua and remaining uppaid, will be placed In the hands of aa attorney for collection, which will of necessity enb'ect ssid person to further costs. M L. PERALTA. PhtEnix, Sept. 10th, !Sr9. mxf UISMOLVTIOX XUTICK. - "VTOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT L the firms of Baruett. Block t Co., and C. WeihoffA Co. are this day dissolve by mutual consent, V. Welhoff rtirinc. The firm will hereafter be known as Baroeit 6 Block, who will collect all blU. and pay all debts of the mentioned firms. A. Babxitt, IJ. Block. C. Wei.lhofi. Pnoesrx Sept. !hh. 1115 -tT" XttflCE TO ( ItKDITUUsK In the Probate Court ef Maricop county in the Territory of Arizona. In the matter of the Estate of R. P. HI LAND, deceased. -irOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY TUB 1A undersigned. Administrator of tbe es tate of RoBKitT P. hiLAXli. df ceased, to the creditors of and all persons havhur claim ajrninst the said deceased, to exbibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this bw tice to the said Administrator, at his placo of business in the town of Phienix, Mari copa county. Territory of Ari2ona. E. IRVINE. Administrator of the estate of Svbcbt P. IftLAXn, deceased. Phwnix, Sept. 2, 1879. US 4-w W" Fireman's Fund INSURANCE COMPANY ... OK.... "SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. J. T. Kta1e tiro. 1. 1'nriii VIpheHx Bull Win J iMltton Prrwlrtr nt. Ssrrrt.rr Vice Pre. Asw't Mrc I.osKe'S pairt....9:-3V.V2.17 KJS Cnpita! a-r- K.Ot0.000 1 Dox E. Absott, Aent, Phnenix, A. T. THE Chicago & North -Western RAIL IV . V . Tiie Urcat Trunk Line frjm the West to Chira-ro and the East. It fs he oHest, .hrtsst, tn'itt rfir-. e vln. roui'frtahi' and in evety rp.c U). b-st lin von enn tult. It (h th- jrrata.r and ritnls.t raI way rtgx nidation iu tbe Uiiitl Siats. rri.LMAK hot Ft cars auk nux aloxk BY ITTniiOt'CH BETWtJUt Council Bluffs Chicago. 'T.har r-'.-il rmi Piiltm o Il-itl Cs. e . ');, o:hcr i'.-r;.-. of 11,-tet Ours. lbri.-ui;U. b.twwn L'Uji b-.-ar in uiind tb: ti.is is 1h. Best Routo to Chicago AND ALL POINTS EAST. Insidt that th Tif)tt Arnt yQ ticket b th N- rth-Wefteru Kim-. Kx; win juor Tirkntd. nml r-fuw to buy if ttvy dt ih! rv4 over tin Rftd All Amenta MI tl.em aoU check nsuAi bajc pftfr fr- bv thiff tin. Tlironffh Tickets l thU Knt ioI Ea" tern U run b :ocirM at th Cewtrt-I Pa inc Kailra Tinket 'dee font of Mark n reet. a at 2 X"" Mrfomery i'pH So Francis).", a:id at a!i CnuHo Tiket OflWa ol th CeutraJ i-'arifia Kat!nAil. 31 Alt VI II CO HI FT. General Manar 4 hioayo W. II STKN.NET" to! 3no 1 General Faenfier Ageut. v r DR. SPINNEY, NO. I I, KEARNRY STEET. Treats all Chronle and Kpeelal UlgeaMik YOUNO MEN HV-HO MAY BE SPFKERINrt FROM V the effect, of youthful f..lli-. or mdu--. eretion. will d well U avail thmle. thia. the greatert bora -V" l;od ot th- -'' ufferius- humanity. DR. SI'INNfcr guarantee to ierleit 83110 far every eaj. seminal weakness or private diie of any kind r character which he undertake, aad :ail. to cure. MIDDLE-AGED MEN. There are many at tbe a of thiny ixt.T who sre tni.l!e.l with too fren.iwit evacoatiw. of tli bladder, otiea aeoomi-anmd byaihxbt smartiua or burniuy Seasiitioo. and a ' ot tbesvstein in a mai.mr the patient nM count' for. On exau.iniuc h. urinary de-l.,.i-s a r..v .eiliuient will often 1 Siund ."! ftuneliine. 'small lrtiel-. ol olbumi will ,.Pear, or tl c color will be of a thin milaaJ. bus. lUfuin rhanin to a dark and t.p.l r-peuram-e. Tliero are many me wl... d. r this dilUrnltv kwrl eee. - he second stnge of .eiuinal w Ir. 3 will euarantee a pe"'e.:t core in all an.l a beallhy restoration of genHuri.ary "o'te IIour.-10 to 4 .ndrt toSnc.!. from 10 t" 1 1 a. m. C. '""' ""V.Tl ouith examinatioo and "!". J- addiets. I.-R SPINN- CO.. Vo. i: K-.-arr.j-u-c. at raxct-e.