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THE TUCEXIX HERALD.
-July 23. lSO. Xo employee of this office, aent Jr other p rson is amhorrzetl t make purthascs or contract debts for and on account of the tlEHALD. Ko bill against the Hsbai.d will be Tccornizi-;xccpt for pnrchaaes and con tnnrti made fey the proprietors personally or apon their written order. MARICOPA MATTERS. Local Events of Week. the. Past fUThey Appeared intho Herald." -Daily 8ATCUDAT. The Epitaph, of Tombstone, comes out as a daily. Success- The Knights of Pythias will order their regalia by to-night's mall. Geo. rTamlio is adding an office, .harness room and otherwise improv ing his stables. Tlie crossing rurer the ditch in front of Wm. B. Hooper & Co's. bad ly oeetis repairing. Three soldiers for Preseott and two Chinamen for Phoenix -were the arrivals from JIancopa this morning. Mr. Peckham. Wm . Pierson and Samuel Henderson left by this morn ing's Black tjanyoa Coach. We are turning out some excellent job -work at the 1Iehau office. Call and see specimens and learn prices. Ira Stroud has returned from the Vulture and reports considerable ac ti.ity. Water is expected to be al the mine by the 1st. Lincoln Fowler has returned home after a six-month's trip in south-east. era inina jwJ is much pleased with the country. Daniel G. Harvev, chief clerk in the Quartermasters Department ar. rived this morning from Camp Bowie cn route to h'pple. - The sale of the delinquent stock of Ike Grand Canal has been postponed until Saturday July 2-t at the same hour and place. By order of the Board, Wm. A. Hanco;k Secretary. A correspondent of the Citizen from IJarshaw says, ot one ot their Dnsi ness houses: "Goldberg & Son are a new firm in town, hut alieady their fine stock and business methods have attracted a very enviable trade." The Self Producer is the name of a new claim showing rich ore. One of the owners, while in town the other day, informed ns of a ship ment of ore of which big returns are expected During the p .st week nearly all the Indians south of town have been drunk and have been having a glori ous time on wine made from the Saguara with some whisky added A. J. McNeil, who lately arrived from Carson. Nevada, has secured the store lately occupied by E. Irvine tuu in u lew uiiys mil tipeu uut a saddlery and harness establishment. Goldberg & Son have moved into tne ola woolsey nan Duuaing tor a few weoks during which time their old quarters will be improved with aev and higher roof, board floor, class front And other attractive im provements added. Geo. Freeman arrived to-day with a load of whisky ind tells us that when passing the Indian Reservation the drunken Indians, who are still observing Tizwin day, smelt the con tents of the cask and climbed on tne wagon and almost captured the load. Mr. Freeman was all alone and had to beat the Indians of with a club. Th Arizona Associated Press has been recently formed. Its object is the gathering of Territorial news and transmitting by telegraph to its vari ous members. It hasrepresentalives in Preseott, Tucson, Yuma, Florence, Pinal. Globe and Wickenberg; and the Hebat.d as the .Phoenix repre sentative will be able to lay before its readers everything of importance happening throughout Arizona in a very short time after its occurence. MONDAY. Juan Encinas, was arrested yester- day for being drunk and disorderly. The new officers of Arizona Lodge No. 1, Daughters of Rebecca have been installed. A large quantity of job and news paper arrived this morning lor the IIerald. Contractor Cushman sent out a six teen mule team this morning loaded with barley for Fort McDowell. The Supervisors meet this mornins and atlioured until & o'clock this afternoon. Henry Morgan offers a reward $300 for the arrest and conviction of of I the murderer of Daniel Detrich. Some excellent melons are growing on the place of Xr. sheets. Wi sampled them Saturday evening. Deputy blienfi Hlankenship yes terday arrested William Beatty for assault on a man named Sherman. The first story of Gus. Bcchers brewery has been completed, when finished it will be an ornament to the city." - The telegraph offices at Tombstone and Charleston, Pima county, are now open for business. Tariff from Phoenix one dollar. T. Sullivan, John Ray and S. S. Draper arrived from the raijroac this morning. The two former for Phoe nix, and the latter for Preseott. For';y five Tempeites arc in the city to-aay attending the tuncrai ot Levi Homesly, who is being buried in the Phoenix burying ground west of town. Maricopa Charlie, an Indian chief, who speaks and understands English well, thinks that a Mexican and not an Indian murdered Dan Detrich. George nainlin has purchased the interest of Mr. Labaree, iu the Livery Stable, and will hereafter run the business alone. May his business double in size, as he certainly de lves it. E. T. nargrare this morning pre setted Ks V-ith a quautity of grapes, grcwii on" his ranch. They are of ihe Mucat, Sweetwater and Mission varieties, and were execUc&t. Geo. Coats has some for sale. Morgan & Co., one of our oldest mercantile houses continue to main tain the reputation of their establish ment, that of one of the best stores in the Territory. Fresh goods, p.rompt attention and reasonable pirices arc here found altogether. T. W. Stackpole, Government c-n-trior, arrived from a quick trip' t Preseott, Saturday evening. Tiii gehtleiftat; has a contract tu ueiivt-r 2000 tons ai hay on the cars at Los Angeles or Colton for use of Arizona nijijtiry posts! We have heard, tyif are unable? to learn the particulars, that the robbers of the stage, aboye Florence, a, few days jince, wereoldie'ra from Fort MtDowtll,. on .their road to San Car los and while intoxicated committed the deed. The news was brousiif do'n-n by a maii from Fort McDcwe'l fcatefiay. Superintendent Webber arrived in from Gillett Saturday evening and brought down 18 bars of bullion, val ued at $131,000, the result of a 14 days run of the Tiptop mill- The mill is rnnning night md day and at the above rate will certainly make a tine showing for the month, especially when it is known (that the mill is but a ten stamp arlair. We heard of a very cheap sale of bailey, yesterday, which is not the market quotation, fifty cents per hun dred beinir paid for it. An attach- I ment had been issued for that barley and placed in the Sheria s hands for serving, who was only waiting for Monday. The farnK r taking advan tage of the legal holiday, sold it at the above pricond had it hauled off. Saturday evening a man named Josepli Campbell while sitting on the railitur of the platform in the rear of Irvine s store lost his balance and fell a distance of about 20 feet, strik ing the shed in his fall. He was carried into Ihe store of H. Morgan & Cf. ami on examination was found to have broken his shoulder. Yes terday he was able to set up. W. II. Robbins arrived from Pres eott, by Saturday evening stage, hav ing in chaige Deme'rio Dominguez one of ihe murdprs of Thomas, last November in Black Canyon above Gillett. He was lodged in ihe County Jail, Mr. Robbins will leave this evening having in charge Leandro Ymperial, who goes to the House of Correction at Dulioit for robbing the United States mail, in Mohave couaty. Geo. B. Taylor. Past Grand Lecturer, of the Grand. Lodje of Good Templars, of California, will deliver a temperance lecture in Phoe nix next Friilny evening. All are in vited to attend. Tbe place for hold- inr the mcetins will be" nnnouneea through the paners. Mr. Tavlor or ganized the firt Lodges of the order in California and Oregon and will. undoubtedly, deliver an interesting discourse uron his favorite subject. E. Eckhoff and E. J. Bennett, sur veyor, arrived from Preseott yester day morning ana win commence im mediately the preliminary work on the line of the Arizona Central Rail road between Maricopa and Phoenix. Mr. Eckhoff ells us that their pnn ciple work lies in finding good places to cross the C-fila ana talt rivers, in about a week a party of 12 or 14 per son will be wit in the held to perm anently locate the line; and inside of two months the first spike will be driven and four months from date the steam ensile will be run into this town. The Coroner's Jury in the case of Daniel Detrich brought in a verdict that deceased came to his death from shots fired by a person or persons unknown to the jury. They also ask the county and Territory to offer a reward of $500 for the conviction of the murderer. G. H. Willitts was arrested yester- on a chanre ot erand larceny, on a warrant from Tombstone. The pris oner fleclares himself innocent, and tells this story. A year ago he with his wife, was living in Phoenix, but moved to Tombstone. A trunk was enroute. havinsr been shipped to Mar icopa in care of Barnett & Block. The shipping receipt was sent to this town, to Mr. Wiley and mat gentle man sent it to Tombstone, uut it missed the right parly, was sent to the dead-letter office from Tombstone and in due time returned to Phoenix. Mr. Willitts hired a wagon in Tomb stone for a definate length of time, to come to Phoenix and jret his trunk arriving here, and not finding is as expected, he went to Marloopa, where he found the trunk, but with some twenty dollars charges, and being unable to pay it he returned and en deavored te earn or borrow the money. This detained him longer than he calculated for, and he wrote to the owner of the wagon of his inability to return in the specified lime, but yesterday's mail broujrht a warrant for his arrest as aoove statcu. TUESDAY. Justice Warflcld has gone to Cali fornia. Geo. E. Loring and son have gone on a visit to Boston. Two passengers went north via Wickenberg this morning. To-night is the regular monthly meeting of the t . a A. Ji. Hon. Charles Albschul returned last night from a trip to Prescott- Yesterdav afternoon the Supervis ors raised the assessment $500 on the Hebaij) property. AVm. Ball went up this mornins to (illicit via Biack Canyon and J? rank fiauiinon came down. John R. Dall has leased Stroud's interest in the Capitol saloon; where his many friends can always hnd him. As will lie seen by an advertise ment elsewhere, John McConnachee has ceased his connection with the house of Wm. B. Hooper & Co. A. J. McNeil's harness and sad dlery jestablishment was opened for busiress yesterday. He is located in Irvine solo butl4;u2, tne next one south of -Goldoian & Co's. Brent Kirkland has secured the building and business lately run by Geo. Loring; and, being well known and popular, will, without doubt. have a big run of custom. i he supervisors this morning con cluded to ofler a reward of $300. for the convictit n of the person or per sons who murdered jj;in Deitrich. This with Mr. Morgan's reward makes $600. Wm. D. Fenter wiile3 to Post master Mowf ry from Harshaw that he isdoiii!: well hauling freight and npplving the camp with beef and milK. He will visit. Phoenix about the 10th of the month. A bag of chicken wheat stands at the office doorof the Phoenix Flour ing mill, marked: "lhree weeks subscription to theDailv Expositor.' The little Republican editor of the bir Democratic paper was, no doubt laying in his week's supply ol victu als. While Mr. Lutirerding and wife were out riding Sunday afternoon one Ins- horses became fnirhtened while crossing a bridge over the north extension ditch and jumped in to the water awi was drowned. Mr. Lutgerding and wife saved them selves from injury by jumping out. WEDXESDAY. Captain lxaskcl, ot W hippie, is in the city. Captain Adams is in from Green Valley. The Coroner's services in the De, trieh inriuest county $39.90. Postal Asent Mahoney arrived from Preseott last evening. The month of July in this valley always brings rains. This monthhad several showers already. The man who broke his shoulder is ffeftinc: along nicely, under the care of Dr. Sheets. J. W. Clark has purchased Robert Few's property in the southern pari of town, - Some burglar attempted to gain an entrance into 1 rumper s jew.ery es tablishment yonday night. ' Robert Armstrong, the pioneer nurserj-iuan, is iri the city, and "Will remain quite awhile. Dr- Rosenthal .has a kangaroo lina ment that he warrants to fi;re all the pains that flcsi is i-ir to. One of Mr. Gregory's boys has sold thus far this season, $24 worth of melons, off of a patch ot less than ouc-cight of an acre. The temperance lecture to be de livered by P. G. L. George B. Taylor, next Friday night, will be at" the M. E. Church, on Center street. It is proposed to held a meeting of tire stock holders of the different ca naison August 21st to consider a more effectual means of irrigalion. To-morrow morning Administra tor Greenha'v will sell lots 3, 5, 7, iu block 35 and certain bar fixtures be longing to the estate of Henly Sayers- An election precinct has been es tablished on Salt River, above the mouth of Tonto creek, named Steam boat Rock. T. S. Moore has been appointed justice of the peace of said precinct. Deputy Sheriff Blankenship left to-day with G. II. Willetts, who is being taken to Tucson to an swer to a charge of Grand Larcency ; an account of which appeared in the Herald Monday. A man whose name we did not learn, while out fishing last evening in Salt River, using giant cartridges, held the instrument of destruction in his hand too long, which exploded, so mutilating this member as to cause amputation necessary. Henry Alexandervattorney for the Southern Pacific Railroad appeared before the Board of supervisors thi mornins to protest against their as sessment ; but on mouon it was order ed that the assessment stand as now The Company is assessed in this county for 196,074. The following is the programme of the Open Air Concert to be given this evening: Quickstep, De Italia ... . Kelly Polka, New Year. . rkener Waltz, Beautiful Star Quickstep, Cecilia Polka, Sancho Panza Waltz, Nightingale Quickstep, Adelia Waltz Andante Fautasie, Pork and Beans. . . ..Keller Butler ..Keller .Rollinson Keller .Heinicke . . Samutb THURSDAY. The Good Templars will elect officers next Monday night. Judge Wm. Yaudever, of Mari copa is in the city. One passenger for Sej-mour on the coach this morning, Ira Stroud will leave for the Yul ture in a few days, where he is in business. The wife f Lt. Dravo recently presented her husband with a 9 pound boy. Some excellent peaches are being grown in the orchard on -Ur. IJuek 3 ranch. Capt. Charles P. Eacnn, A. C. S. passed through, en route to Fort Whipple, yesterday Sup't AYebber, of the Tip-Top mine, has returned from a trip to Tucson. Henry D. Polhemus is now joint manager ot iVin. B. Hooper & Uos establishment with Mr. Dargie. we would be thankful to our country patrons if they would send us items ot special or general interest in their community Messrs. John and L H. Ormehave over 1,300 hogs on their ranch, 800 of which will be slaughtered this season. D. Shirpser, one of Pre-,cott's merchants, is in the city, cn route to Globe, where he will be hereafter located. Rob't Kennedy, an employee of Wilson & Haskell, passed through the city this morning, for Maricopa, to put up a wind-mill for the Gov ernment. Henry Brown and Geo. Webber. for Gillett, and Sister Mary and Sister Teresa for Preseott, were the departures; Mr. Pecham, Wm. Pres ton and Jno. Roy the arrivals by the rsiacK canyon line this morning. The administrators sale of the estate of Henry Savers, this morning was sold to Air. Miller lor S951. The propert. rents for $40 per monin. Lt. Haskell, Aid de Camp on Gen erai w iieox s stun, Jen this morning ior the southern section. Me has in charge some military prisoners. whom he takes as far as Maricopa, ana rrom mat point to Aieairaz, they go in charge of another officer. Jack Miller had one of arms se verely injured Tuesday, at Tempe, by a California lion, the properly of Mr. Ko'unson, Air. llavuen s book- Kceper. hue m an intoxicated condition he thrust his arm through the bars of the cage. General Wilcox, Dep't Comman der, stopped a few hours in the city yesterday, on his way home from Maricopa. His trip clown, 130 miles, was maae in ao hours, ruling time. he desiring to be at that point at a specified time. Master Gregory this mornins pre sented the Herald with a splendid, large wa'er melon, grown on hi father's place, in the eastern part of town. Instead of $24. as stated yes terday, this j-oung man has sold over S4u worth of melons since July 1. off of h;ss than a quarter of an acre. This mcrninsr, with Dr. (.'onvers. we visited Wm Fviston, the "man who lately had his hand blown off. while fishing, with giant powder. His eyes, nose and mouth, as also his left arm, were badly shattered bv pieces of bone thrown from his right hand the one in which he held the cartridge. Dr. Conyrrs amputated the right hand at the wrist. It is healing rapidly; ice being kept on it all the time. The injured man is feeling well and improving rapidly. The Band-King: Imbroalio. I will admit that pitch and soot will blacken a man's face and hands, but a proper application of water will take it ofJ, but the kind of black that Mr. Bicknell has blackened him self with, soap and water can have no effect. Mr. Bicknell came to me on the night of the 3d of July, at the dance, and congratulated me for not tell ins that he was one of the band, that did the low act on the nisht spoken of at tiie Palace Saloon- Mr. Bicknell has told a falsehood, for he was there on the night mentioned, and 1 can prove it by Mr. W. C Roundy, the night watchman, and othcre. 3Ir. J. W. Blankenship now makes afudavit that he was not at the Palace Saloon on the night of the weddintr. He was there as 1 can prove bv the nisrht watchman. Sir. W. C. Roundy, and others. I can prove by Mr. Theodore Hanson, that he came to me on the evening previous to the publication of my reply In the Her ald, and said: "Don't expose nie to the public, but let the matter drop, as I would sooner pay the biy." I akci him why he signed that card. Hedcmed signing it, or ordering it signed by anj'one, and said that he did not know anything about it, until some one told him his name was there. I ask the public to stop and reflect before bclievinff such affi davits, as I can prove much more, as J. AY. B. knows. Jonx Kixa. Itemoval, AYc have moved our toek of Mer chandise to the hail of AVoolsey & AVcnlworth," for a few weeks, until our old store is renovated. H Golpbehg &ox. FREIGHT FACTS. Arrivals at Maricopa Railroad Last Week. Specially Collected forthe Phcenix Herald." Saturday, 17 PHCENIX. J Ileinson 13 pkgs 1349. A J McNeil 3 pkgs 090. G Becher 6 pkgs 285. Geo Coats 13 pkgs 650; 2 pkgs 100; 1 pkg 50. C Salari 1 pkg 450; 2 pkgs 35. Roberts & Ryder 1 car lumb 22700. Sam AA'ing 4 pkgs 185. Goldraan & Co 2pkgs 130; 2 pkgs 1S3. E Ganz 6 pkgs 1080. H Morgan & Co 3 pkgs 165. J Y Collins 11 pkgs 1345. D E Abbott 12 pgs 005 ; 52 pgs 3, 125. G E Brown 5 pkgs 268. PRESCOTT. P Brannan & Co 3 pkgs 450 j 1 pkg 325. Dougherty Bros 1 pkg 37. D Hatz 1 pkg 15. Jas Daley 1 pkg 120. L Bashford & Co 48 pkg 5890. Dr O Lincoln 2 pkgs. 105. apache. A C S 86 pkgs 10842 ; 143 pkgs 11 320. J F Cutting & Co 85 Beer 20800. GILLETTE, Geo E AYebber 127 Salt 20150. J Anderson 57 pkgs 4315. MCDOWELL. J Y T Smith 2 pkgs 990 ; 32 pkgs 2310. , WHinPLE. Depot Or M 3 pkgs 511. TIPTOP. AV A Rowe & Co 118 pkgs 7385 ; 2 205. TEMPE. CT. Haydcn 10 pkgs 1140. VERDE. Capt W M AVallace 3 pkgs 174. Act Qr 31 3 pkgs 275. Monday, 19. PUCEXIX. Morgan & Co 20 pkgs 5S0; 1 pk 150; 2 pkgs 95. J W Craig 3 pkgs 180; 7 pkgs 320, Carl Sherrer 2 pkgs 260. Goldman & Co136 pkg 7975 J M Burger 7 pkgs 570. M Asher & Br'o 3 pkgs 225. Goldberg & Son 5 pkgs 500. Don E Abbott 25 pkgs 1750. PRESCOTT. Dr O Lincoln lpkg 195. P B Brannan 31 pkgs 2425. J H Gressinger 2 pgs 190. Kelly & Stephens 11 pkg 750. Bones & Spence 9 pkgs 810. AV M Buffura 1 pkg 195. WHIPPLE. Depot Qr M 1 pg 32. SEYMOUR. I II Levy 3 pkg; no, weight. MCDOWELL. J Y T Smith 83 pkgs 21820. Li .b.osK;iana cc tjo a pgs 160; 7 pgs 132o ; 39 pgs 2384; 25 pgs 1143; lpkg 275. ALEXANDRA. W M Buffum 1 pkg 195. APACHE. A A Q M 13 pkgs 689. TIP-TOP. W A Rowe & Co 20 pkgs 160. E S AYager 6 pkgs 375. HAYDES'S FERRY. C T Hayden 6 pkgs 650. I'robate Court. JULY 12th. It is ordered that M. W. Kales hav until the 13th to file amended 3d term exhibit. The Administrator of the estate of John K. Thompson ordered to have until Julj' 13 to file amended account Ordered that the Administrator of the estate and Guardianship o Christopher Fitzgerald have until July 13 to file report of his proceed ings in said estate, JULY 13th. Administrator of the estate of John K. Thomson given until July 19 to hie ammended account. Administrator of the estate of Christopher Fitzucrald to have until July 19 to hie his account. In the estate of Philiph Klotz hear ing for settlement continued until July 19. Administrator of Ihe estate of Kin"- S. AVoolsey ordered to have uniil July 19 to hie 3d term exhibit. Adjourned until the 19th. jult 19th. lu the matter of the- estate of Michael Braungart, ordered that set tlemcnt of annual account be coatin lied for one day. Same order in the estate of Philin i.lUIZ. T . X- In the matter of the estate of Luke Momnan the report of the appraisers to appraise and admeasure the home- stead for the use of the family of said deceased was approved and con firmed. It was ordered that Ihe homeslead of the same estate be set apart for the use of the family In the matter of the estate of An dreas Escobar, ordered that the final account of Executor be approved. In the matter of the petition of the Excculor of the same estate praying for an order of distribution of "said estate it was ordered that it be set for hearing Aug. 16th, 1880. In ihe estate of John K. Thomson it was ordered that the Administrator have until August 2 to file annual aecoupt. In the estate and guardianship of urisiopner r uzgcraid ordered that guardiauhave uutil Jalv 26 to file account. July 20lh. Iu the estate of Michael Braung hart the annual account of Adminis trator was appro reA and afrlrined. Adjourned to first Monday In August. Territory op Arizona, ) Cottkty op Maricopa. 8 J. AV. Blankenship, being first du ly sworn, deposes and says that he is a resident .of Phoenix and a member of the Phrenix Brass Band. That he accompanied said Brass Band to the residence of M. M. Jackson on the night of May 11th, 1880. That he was not in the Palace Saloon that evening, nor did he order, or cause to be ordered any drinks from said Saloon for the Phcenix Brass Band, or any one else on the account of E. irvine, or Phcenix Brass Band, or on auy one's account, or at all. J. AV. Blankkxship. Subscribed and sworn to before me this lfith day of July 1880. Tnos. G. Gnj:t?-rnw Justice of the Peace, Ma'frT'Sa- Anzoua iernlory Summer Accessaries. The Summer number of Erich's Fashion Quarterly presents its read ers with a magnificent chromo-litho-graph picture, illustrative of the season, and executed in the finest st3Tle The special merit claimed lor this picture, by the publishers, is that it is an exact reproduction of actual costumes, and not a fancy picture whose original existed only in the brain of a Parisian artist. A full description of the costumes is given in the pages of the magazine. Besides this, the Quarterly contains the usual instalment of good things for the ladiesillustrations and de scriptions of suits for ladies, misses and children, of hair goods, tourist's articles, summer sports and pasttimes and hundreds of other items in every department of household economy. In every case the prices are plainly stated, so that a lady going on a shop ping expedition in any city in the Union, may know beforehand, not only what things she ought to buy to be in the fashion,but also what prices she should fairly be charged for ihem. A feature of the Quarterly is its system of combination subscriptions, by which the Quarterly is actually sent free of charge. The publishers receive subscriptions to all the prom inent monthly and weekly periodic als at the reiruhir rates, and as a premium on each subscription so sent they undertake to send their own magazine, for one year free of charge to any address desired. Published by Ehrich Brothers, 287 to 295 Eighth Avenue, New York, at 50 cents per jear, cr lo cents per copy. California's Crop. In Yolo and Sutter they have the best crop in ten years yield, 25 bushels. In Yolo county the price is 1 25 135. There are about.170,000 acres of grain in Monterey county this year. Three-fourths of which is wheat and the remainder barley and mustard, chiefly barley. The average yield will be about ten centals per acre. Probably one-half of the wheat yield will be ot gooa quality, and the other half more or less shrunken. AA'heat harvest is just commencing in the Salinas A alley. AVheat market has opened at Sesma, Tehama county, at $1 25 per cetal MISCELLANEOUS- Salt River East Phcenix. CASH PAID FOR ustomGrindin Done at the Salt Eia'er Flouring Mills, East Phoa- nix. NATHANIEL EOSS, Proprietor. United States Cor. Jefferson & Centre Sts. Phosnix, Arizona. Gustav Becher, Prop'r. I manufacture the BEST BEER brewed on the Pacific Coast. Brewer, Michael VVurch, AYell known throughout this country and Mexico, as tbe best in his pro fession. WHOLESALE DEALER, Selling by the Hogshead, Barrel, Keg, Case, or Glass. Po suit all orders and de mands. Bottled Beer a Specialty, And warranted to retain and preserve its lieaiuiiui tonalities in all climates and countries, and guaranteed to be totally impervious to all cjiiriatic influences. BECIIER'S RESTAURANT. Court House Block, Meals at all hours, and Board by the Slonth, AVeek or Day The Table constantly supplied with the best in the 3Iarket, tSCourteous Employees. Attention from all .22.00 ifills ESrewory MISCELLANEOUS. Livery, Feed & Sale Stable ! HAMLIN & LABAREE. Washington street adjoining the Phenix Hotel. BEST OF HORSES AND MOST ELEGANT TURNOUTS G00DWELL FORCE PUMP HOSE AND Large Corral to turn loose stock in. Hay and Grain always on hand and for sale. j5ilrHorses boarded by the day, week or month at Reasonable rates. Satis faction guaranteed. BANK EXCHANGE HOTEL Washington street opposite tilt Flora, Phoenix. E. GANZ Proprietor This new hotel is now open for the accommodation of tno traveling nuhlic. The rooms are well ventilated and handsomely furnished in suits and sincle. Superior accommodations for families. The aim of the propri etor will be the comfort and welfare of his guests. Itooms Iteservca by Telegraph Billiard Table and Bar Connected with the Ilouse. Only the Finest Liquors & Cigars. PRIVATE CARD ROOMS. The principal Eastern, California and Arizona papers kept on hie. A share ot the public patronage is solicited. ROSENTHAL. Washington St., Corner Montezuma, Phoenix, Arizona. i-3 .J w CO 3 o Si OS o T3 S3 c3 . i i o a, CO y D -U O O c o a T3 C a c 5 -o (3 o t-t o , too ' , O 3 o M o S-i D 3 a a t-i a a CO ci r7-t 2 to C O 2 o O Lu ci 1 ( m E-i O o en n a o a 3 ui to to 2? Si ci o o (0 o O ai to a; ,XJ O-' ci O ' 5; 5 M ci -i -Jl o o O -a 3 (0 o & a o O s 03 o 3 . El o a ci C3 o E o o enozuy 'xinooqj 1VH1N3S0U "N FOR SALE, !fY St Government Ambulance, in first-clas con dition. Will be sold at a uiirgain. For particulars, enquire at btaule. juul9tl dressmaking ! I am now prepared to do all kinds of 1 Dressmaking, ana Ouarantee Satisfaction to all. REPAIRING FOR GENTLEMEN Neatly aud promptly attended to, by Mits. M. IIakhison, riate of Santa Barbara, Cal.l Shoo in the rear of the Barber Shop of C M. Harrison, dissolution of Copartnership, TUB partnership heretofore existing be tween AdolDh Goldman, Charles Gold man and Charles Altschul, undar the firm name of 4wOlIniau Ac t'o., has this day been dissolved by mutual consent, Charles Altschul retirin from the firm. The remaining partners will continue the Dnsiness nuuer tne same nrm ana styie as before, will assume all liabilities of andol. lect all debts due the nrm. ADOLPH GOLDMAN, CHARLMb GOLDMAN, CI1AELES ALTSEHUL. Wm. B. Hooper & Co., Importers and Wholesale Dealers in FOREIGN ASMD DOMESTIC Wm. B. Hooper, 124 California St., San Francisco. -.V - Itv ; John Dargie & Kenry D. Polhemus, Joint Managers, PHGEmX, A. T. Sole Agents for Arizona and New MexiCO, for the Celebrated J. A. Miller Chicken Cock Whisky. Manufactured by WHITE & ALEXANDER, OF KENTUCKY. None Genuine unless branded J. A. FSiiler Old Bourbon Distillery. Sole Afrents for Arizona for Arizona WHISKIES.. P1ilton J. Hardy & Co., Louisville, Kentucky. "Hardy's Own," "Private Stock," "Our Choice," "Old Eye," "Old Kentucky" 'Early Dawn," "Old Reserve,' Sole Agents Pacific Coast BOURBON The Coronet, All of the above Whiskies arc Louisville, Ky.; are unequaled in any AVhiskies ever offered in this We invite attention to our extensive stock of UN fe, 1-oreijrn and Domestic, BITTERS, of all kinds. JMINEIIaJj WAiiKS, ALE, PORTER, and all Liquors kept by any first-class house. Our Assortment IMPORTED and be found complete Phoenix, Me -5 Lb Wholesale and Retail Dealer GROCEMES Every Department Complete. New Goods Constantly Arriving. Dry Goods ! ! Fresh Roasted and Ground Coffee Every AGENT Pkescott Stage Line Improved Short Uose. A portion or mv stocd were '9 if lagic Poland Bred from slock imported direct from the Magib Compant. All animajs Fold are gnsran teed as represented! Cratiiw or boxinir, and feed for shipping, fc'jtEK. Frlces 101 Pisrf very lowi3rJ I mean that every animal sold shall he a sliu-uii-g aiivetti.Ljucul 1c r m) stock. Orders soiicitcdand satisfaction guaranteed. THOROUGHBRED POULTRY-a!! cf th$ leading rarioties. VVIVl. NILES fmoorter and O feeder. 9tf " CIGARS, Ino. S. Carr, Jas. Auld, Tucson. mm for the the following renowned for the the following Manufactured by for the of the favorite WHISKIES. V0!d Kentucky Log Cabin. of our own Importation, c'irect from delicacy and flavor, and superior to market. ot Liu-n&,uotii DOMESTIC will ' iu Every Respect. Arizona. & PHOVISIOX S Day. FOIi Dish-Faced Berkshire purchased at great expense 01 H. M. , Queen Victoria, llavinc been nilEn and KA1SED at the Prince Consort's Show Farm. nulsor. Enirland. The Improved Berkshire lBthe latnral .crass nog; is me mosi proiuiu hum qos docile of any broed. Mv Rerkshires aro recorded in the Ameri can berkahire liecord tne authority for the United States oil Thorough bred livrkaturc. China Pigs. Los. Aubljes, Cal. MISCELLANEOUS- Notice to the Full:: t From and mltvt ihH I-U-. tie iav-s The Bank Exchange Hotel, WILL BE $2.00 and $2.50 per Puy, Jiooras without Ptri Ut e .rcvu..rnt. E. CANZ. Phtrnix. A. T.. Junr 3K Board by tbe WM-fc or Vtwh, at iac juM-Sw O. J. Tiiieopo. M. P. Druffist L Ar:tl::a: .Alio iK-ier la. PATENT .MEDICINES. TOILET ARTICLES. rEKFCM Eli Y, 1 Vel of the To-t 0:lv, PHtEXIX. - - ARI20XA. I"-',:-" - -S 8TOJIICII fay - - Serve an Iojuetw tl By ir.vigormtinsr a fobe Kr:vi:e. - ting a debilitated physique, ata tufrs.-we thin and innutritions. tirva.asi "-:! tSs-aiHr trs Stomach Bittt-r. e- a-- highly anctind. ad tHw w and nrtenta!ive in e ii stare for dale by all Dro.Ut t.4-Kmi HEALTH IS HAM IIORNE & AYESTS CLECTRO-MACNETIC "MEDICAL BELT. 3 Tv what h&s bvtru $urfH4 to Ml immma -fc Mmem swers tbe Above question. 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