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Phcenix JLJ niCEXlX, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1830. NEW SERIES- VOL. G. -No. 4. WHOLE No. 393 THE THIRD TASTE Of Capital Chips, frcm Bill Biank. Ainswarth's Scandalous Liason With Pauline Markham, A Hostile Husband Hunts Doc with a Shot Cun. Plany Pithy Presoott Paragraphs Preparalytic Pungent Pen of oar Proamlr-iiaiinj Penciller. HE3ULAR HEIM.f.0 COHEl'aND.NT. PuEacoxT, A. T., Sept. 1. 1830. One tliiug that really seeuis luuny iti this mountain town U Ihu peculiar reverence that its inhabitants have for tiio oM pioneers. There used to be a similar feelinir.u California for those who arrival there in search of ii fVirtiuw a in -4s) or the spiintr of '50, but it has gradually laded away. So here there is a term, OI.a naSSAYAMFAi, That puzzelled me for a long time when app'ied to the eld residents, bnt I found out that there ii a stream named the Hasr:iyaiii.pa which heads ia the mountains some ten or twelve miles south of Present, and runs saath til! it uaius with tlw Gil.i. Prom 133 to the present time the stream has been worked by placer miners, and in early days yielded a great deal of K"U, ani supported many people, and the phrase "I used to work on the Hassayampa in "G-l" was a password to the best society, an;! so at last the name came to be a title to designate the oldest inhabi tants, bul tuers's nofliiag in it to my car, and I had about as scoa be called AS OLD BILK Or old stilTas an old Iiassayampa. Some of these old fellows weie men of brains, fthouij'.i rather un evenly balanced, I fancy.) and have figured as correspondents for the pa pers to some extent and have not been too modest to let the fact be known, either. This prelude brings me up to the point I wish to mke, viz. That every time a letter from Pres. coit make its trance ia any I -...... else, and it gets back here and is cir culaied sonic old H issa' gets the cred it of it. If there are any mea -who Lave come to Uiis section of Arizona . recently, who know anything about war or can write out their o.va ideas the public have not found them out yet, and so I have had lots of fun by hearing my productions accredited to some body else, and I could name at least half a dozen gentlemen who lire accused of writing for the II eh alo and who seem to me to feel coa biderably inflated by the proud cou noiencousnesii that they are each no of them suspected by thoe who "know his style, you know," of be ing Bill Bis.uk. THE AIXSWORTff FAREWELL PARTY Came o!T according to programme and was a success. It was aa invita tion ball expenses paid by previous subscription and live dollars paid at the door and was very select. It wa ii the theatre supper was splendid, music by the Ft. Whipple band and, of course, was excellent; the weather, simply magnificent. The Doctor was arrayed in a suit of spot less white and looked like a hero, and us happy as a bivalve. Some thirty odd couple were present, in cluding nearly all the otliccrs from Ft. Whipple and their wives. Some uther folks and their wives who do not generally associate with the "Nob Hill" set, were invited and promptly embraced the opportunity to swing around the circle with the aristocracy, and they gave a kiml of tone to the party and made it appear as though the "Doc's" practice was not entirely confinded to upper crust. Probably no invitation ball was ever gotten up that did not slight some parties and cause some growl ing, but A MORE AGGRAVATING SNCB Was never administered by any invi. talion committee than was given to C. P. Eagan. of Fert Whipple, Chief Commissary of Subsistaiice of the Department of Arizona. Every other commissioned officer at the Post was invited, even the Captain's chief cierk had au invitation, but none was received " by Eagan, which looked strange as he had been very active in promoting the party, and was Ains worth's intimate friend. The fact was that Eagan's fight against Silent, in which he was badly beaten, wa3 disgusting to the whole community, and it was manifest that the ball would be a failure from non attendance of dangers, if it was known that E lg in was expected on the floor, so Aiusworth was told that Eagan was too mucii weight for ilieni to carry, and Eagan and the subject were dropped together. Lieut. Wotherspoou did not attend the party, being indignant that his friend Eagan was so ignored, so it is stated, and they will not accept any invitations to mingle in Preseott so ciety hereafter, unless accompanied by apologies for this insult. The full details of this dig at Eagan will be mora fcaUsfactory to Judge Silent than even the public demonstration in his favor, at the Coutt House, or a draught of pure nectar from Jupi ter's own cup. There are some ItMJTIOAL ITEM)) OF INTEREST .Tli:it JiH't . not appeared in nriat.' but will lose nothing in interest by being boiled down fur a week. Beach, the editor of the Miner, has gone to San Francisco, (Tucker of the Democrat hints on a free pass,) and last week and this mi.ke two issues ot the Miner without any slur lK-mu cast on Secretary Gosper through its column, which is a re lief to (iosper, and th? readers of the Miner, w ho don't care a d ollar w hat Beach thinks of our Acting Governor or his horse. It is nsser.cd j that the Republican County Com mittee -rare Beach 1,000 to goto the Bay City, to buy material for the Miner, etc., etc., for the campaign. That the fact is this itemizer does not propose to ba "drawn and quar tered" into any newspaper contro versy, and wishes to incorporate this plank into his platform : that as his rule of business he will not answer nor notice criiicisms'in other papers, but on the broad basis, that FACTS HAVE A SUKK FOUNDATION Andean hold their own, to let his le.ters stand on such merit as they possess as the public eye shall view them ; but this time I will say a word or two as to Yavapai's statements in the Expositor of the 27lh. He speaks of the slur attempted to be cast on the "Doc" by my letteis, and endeav ors to be be funny, which items I disdain. I may have invited blame unintentionally by usiDg slanir terms in the description of the person in question, but the words used seemed to convey my ideas very plainy to the intelligence of jour readers Yavapai included, yet L promise to be mare choice of language here after. It is a notorious fact that the Doe's conduct as a medical adviser and attendant broke up all the confi dence and harmony in one family here, and that the hostile husband laid for the Doc with a shot gun which he was fortunate enough to avoid. SOME MOKE OK DOC'S FUXSV BUSINESS. It is a less notorious fact but not less proven incident, that he was wont to talk to one of his patients of the physical beauties of another, the peculiar development of a second and the infatuation of a third, who would paint her face and pencil her eyebrows when the knew he was coming to make his usual profession al visit. It was such a line of acticn on his part that cau.-cl h;ni to be called a masher, etc., and as long as the "Doe" considered the names used ds compnmeutiiy and gatheiu.i up all the copies of the Hpr vld with that letter : to ocuJ awy Uirougu n,..:!. it seems straugo that any other man should find fault. His scandalous liason willi the stupendous Paulinj M.irkli.uu did not damage his prcticeor lessen the number of his female patients, so far as the !oys around town could see, so why should Yavapai kick? Bill Blank. FREIGHT ARRIVALS. Arrivals by Railroad Last Night at Maricopa. No report received to-day. LOCAL LINES. Shipping tags at the Herald office. School opens next Monday. Go to the Arcade Brewery for your Ice Cold Beer. Time for a ball. Everybody wants to go. If you want envelopes with your business card ou call at the Herald ofliee. W. M. James will arrive on the Wickeuburg coach, this evening. Wed-ing and visiting cards printed in superb sryle ai the Herald Job Office. Charles Cushman and Alex Gray den arrived last evening from YYick enberg. Full sets of Justice's blanks, for boih criminal and civil actions, for sale at the Herald office. Republicans who have failed to register should attend to that import ant matter. Luke ifc Thalheimer. of the Arcade Brewer-, keep the coolest Lager Beer in town. Try them. Letter heads, note heads and bill heads of every sixe and quality at lowest prices at the Herald office. Messrs. Bennett and Patrick ar rived yesterday from the surveying party of the A. C. R. R. The slakes for grading have been driven to the vieiaity of Harris' station, fifteen miles from .Maricopa half way to Phtenix. They will be here by the I !!, coming around the Point of Mountains, coining into town en the west side. Six mouths from today the iron horse will be snorting in the valley of the Salinas anil the days of the stage coach and freight team be tween here and Maricopa will for ever be passed. Jfc'ew Advertisements To-day. Collector Thomas gives notice of delinquent taxes. Capt. Eagau wants proposals for Hon r. Brown tells about his new two-bit restaurant. Billy, the barber, calls attention to his tonsorial parlor and Jus bathing apartments. Harrison also cails the attention of those desiring a neat shave or haii cut; and several eastern advertise ments, making over a column new for to-day. REPUBLICANS ATTEND! The Republican Club of Phoenix meets to-night at 7:30 o'clock at their Headquarters. Cat every m3.Tij3 attend. Ir. will KTS, Pres. C. II- aeCLISTOCX, bee.,. ARIZONA TELEGRAMS. Special Dispatches to The Phcenix Herald. Railroad Afrident. Tucsox, Sept. 2. Win. Reed, a con ductor on the S. P. R. R-. fell be tween two cars near Pantauo, crush ing his legs in a horrible manner, making amputation neccssarv. Death of an Old Citizen. PitESt iiTT, Sept 2. Cal. Jackson, an old pioneer, died yesterday in this city at the age of fifty-live. Deceased is a native of Illinois and caine to Arizona twenty years ago, residing in the Northern portion most of the time. He is interested in a number of valuable mining claims. His fun eral at nooa to-day was largely at tended. Advertised Letters. List of letters advertised Septem ber 1st, lt30, Phcenix Post Oilicc: Alimar. J J V, Blair, Thos II, Bcck-vilh, Harry S Bates, W II. 2 Bradford, Wm O'Brien, J II Collins, J II Collins, 11 II Cheney, C C Decker, Charles Ellinson. W P Ewalt, Henry Hopkins.Chas Hayue, Ben S Johuston, L YV Cheney, Mrs. Rosa Dunn, John Edgar, A W Hyatt, Geo H llowarton. A li IIa3es, Thos Kahlcr, Christian Dinke, A L Rogers. James Smith, Sidney S Shirpser. D Vance, G W Watson, James Waters, Jas P "Walker, L B Walters, John II. CARTES EbPAXOL. Acosta. Fran. S Ahlecon, Teiesa Bocaqui, Albino Bayestcras, Crispin Baldes, M Caperon, Diego Fuentes, Suan Graniilo, Francisco Gallego .Inati J Gulicrez. Jose Xunes, Juliana Ortiz, Manual Pehes, Rieardo Rubles, Francisca Pino, Manual Malales, Rosario Trujillo, Nosefar. RETURNED LETTERS James, Thos S Johnson, M A Kennecy, m- Z3?CaU for advertised letters. Geo. E. Mowky, P. M. Charles Wil'inms and Louis A. Gaines were lately legally hanged at Santa Fe lor murder. "Both died without a struggle, their necks being broken, A correspondent of the Chicago Economist, writing from Bed Rock, near Prescotl, July 14ih, gives a glowing account of the richness, number an.i size of the mines on Big Bug, together with the mills in pro gress anu 111 prospect. 1 lie writer predicts that w hen the A & P R R is completed, Bis Bug will become another Lea.'lviilo in i,isiiKujni-Lvi!" and much more durable by reason of the vertical and fissure character of the ore deposits. The Treasurv receives an addition of $-2.50U,OUOa'nionth of Bland silver dollars, which must lie unused in the vaults. Democrats refused to slop the coinage f the Bland dollars, ami yet they ask the complete con trol of the Government ou the plea of their wisdom. Democrats fear they have exasper ated Senator Conkling to a speech in Indiana.lt is true they are wonderf .1 expert in damaging their own caue, but the Srnator did not need their taunts to induce him to put in a few blows where they will do the most good. Why not trust Hancock V New Voi k Sun. Because he has spouted everything he has that is worth any thing with the toughest old uncle that ever Uuna up three gilt balls. Burlington Hawkeye. "We've got a fighter at the head cf our ticket," said an officious Demo crat .vho stood on the outer fringe of the crowd at the serenade to General Garfield Friday evening. "Yes," in stantly replied a Republican, "he did fight your party pretty well dur ing the rebellion. There is no doubt about that." Resull : A demoralized Democrat hastening to find more congenial companionship. General Garfield has accepted a gold headed cane voted to him by the vistors to a Catholic church fair at Port Huron, Mich. He had a laige majority over both Hancock and Weaver. FOll THE CAMPAIGN. The Herald during the campaign will be thoroughly and radically Re publican, will furnish reliable polit ical news, and devote its energies, in every honorable way, to the support of the Republican nominees. We will furnish the Weekly Herald, during the campaign for 50 cents. Ientistry. I will be in Phuentx from Septem ber 5th, for a few days only. Dr. R. F. Buhoess. bou.. McNEIL. In Ph mix. Sept mber 2, to tile wife ot C. H. McNeil, a dauuktur. NEW ADVERTISEEMNTS. BROWN'S RESTAURANT. Meals Tweufy five Cents. I have opened the Best Ealinir House in Arizona, at Beecher's Old Stand, next to the Court House, and solicit the custom of the Hungry. All the Delicacies of the Season- tSTOome an 1 try mo oacc, and you vulJl b satisfied. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Get Major Bu. ciy's '-Ufa of Garfield." Se" READY: Til K LIF O V Gen. James A. Garfield, The Tow-Iifiy. the Scholar, tb- Citizen- By MAJOK J- M. CUSDY, His pcr.-ni.al frirm!, rcri-ntly hia sruost at M tor. ami with evt-ry facility iriven bim h t.en. liaitirlrt and his must miima e fri.'mlt-. for oompilini: the mott remlabl nua auincutic lit., '-.Major itumiy s i,neoi Geneml Nartit'lri. mvs the Commercial Advertiser. the bt't one thai 1ms yet a )? red. and will undoubtedly te the bct that will be published. ' Hrirj. paper. 50 rent: cloth. $.W. A. S. BAKXKS &tU, Pubiiaherrs ill t 113 William Sc., N. Y. pt'p-Mni NOTICE is hereby given that the County and Terri torial Taxes of Maricopa County for the year 1SS0, are now due and payable at my oflice, at the Agency of the Bank of Arizona, in Phoenix, and if not paid 1 n T-v 1 on or ueioie uect-moer 15th, 1SS0, will become delinquent. 11. S. TIIOM A.S, Collector. Fikenix, A. T., ) Sept, 3,1880. lropuals for Flour. IlEArMJt:AI'TERS Depaktmkxt OF Akizona, orriCK CH l KF COMMISSARY OF SI IaTENCK. Whipple Har;iai-r-. A. T . Spt. 2. ISso. SKALKi PKOPUSAIS. in triplicate, wi.h a copy of ihin inlvrtifeiiirnt at tc)n'rt. wi!1 lc received rtt this- otlice or rt th offices of Tin; t'oinmifts-irii of the foi iowit'jr i anif d pots, until 1 o'clock, ixtoi:, on Saturdav. September .") 1SH, at which time and places they Wtll be opened in the presence ot" hidden for fnruitLi::g and dc- Hverv of Flour, us foiljw Po-ts. Fort Apache. A. T Fort Grant. A. T Fort Lowell. A. T Cam Hucker, A. T... Fort Verde. A. T Fort Howie. A. T Camn nucchtirn, A.T... Fort J!c owcll. A. T t amp Thomas, A. T Whipple Bavmckfl Deiiverv of one half tlu PoiNns. tO.OIK) art. i Kin l-J.IKKI T5.IHXI S.-..0OI1 lO.irno lli.lIK) nn ik aiod amonnts will he reqriirel within 4" days, and the balance wiiniti yu nays amr iioiuicaiioii ot awaru. No bias will be entert iiiie-1 tinle samples be fttrni-hed- which should not be of i--s weight than i? pouud;, marked a to he rnaily identified, and should reach this of fice on or before the d:tto fr ooemntj btN. A -standard cample of Fv:t of the cp''.Mty .,m - H't'Ui C.tuU-IiiV;iiri" Wli t:; fur... lid ImlriiTri on application, whic application it is desired should be made at the earliest practicable date. The Government reserves the rijjbt to re ject any or all proposals. Blank form, condition!?. fcc, cmbrnc!nz all necessary information, will b furnifh-.d by aiy emmifsary in the department, or by the auderoigued. C'uas. T. Eagan, Captain and C. S., U. t. A. Treasurer's Xotiee. ""VyOTlCE is hereby given that thorp is now in th Si!,kiii:j Kund of Maricopa County the sum of Six Hundred 'tnd Fifteen Ioila'i and Sixty-two cenls (?I5 6- (joi; ani that bid will bo receiwd by the under-fig-ned lit: til three S o'clock, v. m., Fridiiy. September lTih. 180, for the snrrender of County Warrant on the General Fund of said C ounty, under and accordincr to the provisions of an act of the I.eiii-latuie, en titled -An Act to Facilitate the Pavmcnl . ol the lebt of Maricopa County,'' approved February y. 177. Jiiim "m:isf be in the form of teald pro posals, aud contain th warrants proponed to be surrendered, and marked --Sinking Kurd." No bid will be received for more than the par value of the warrant to be Biirrendert-d. FK4NCIS A. SHAW. Phcenix. A. T., I County Treuearer. Sept. 2, lt0. )" WM. STUREN3URG, Barter and Hair Dresssr, AVork done in the latest fasliiou uud at 3Iotlera!e Priced. Hot, Cold and Sulphurized BATHS At all hours. 2? "Call aud see for yourselves. Washington Street, opposite Irvine's 5 43 ? 5 g3gi!i3,l! fcSlEHlfi-igx mm am ri4.s be p. 3- Field Glasses. Telescopes, Pocket Barometurs and Com passes. Magnifying Glasses and Microscopes, Pocket Thermometers. The bret woods at lowest price. Condensed price-lint 2l paues pent free. A fully i.liiH trated catalogue of 170 pnrs lor ii centtt. In writing ni'jntion thin paper. K. A. d BECK, .Maiiufacliiriiit: Opticians. iep:ni Philadelphia, J 'a. Star Barber Shop C. M. HARRISllX, Trop'r, Tonsorial Artittt, South side of Washington street, Next door to Collins' Salooii, PHCE.NIX, ARIZONA. FRIDAY'S DAILY HERALD The latest telesrapliic local and other itewti for Friday lit fouud iu the flr!t three colacins of tUis p--3re. M ISCET T,AXEO US. DAILY PHCFNIX HERALD liuSPEU & vleCLINTOCK. Publishers aid Proprietors. Published every evening riccpt Sunday - TERMS OF SJBSCaiPTION. PAll.T. 1 yr., $1 0 ; 6 mos.. $5 ; per week, 25 wee:.t. 1 Yr $5: 6 Mos, $. 50; 3 Mos , $1 50. Advertising Rates made known on appli cation. C. V. CRANE, A gen:. San Erancisco, Cal. Mr, J. H. Bates, Newspaper Adverttnin Agent. 41 Park Ktnv, (Times liui'din-) New York, is authorized to contract for ad re r tiscment? in thePhtrnix llEiiALO. PKOFESL-IOJNTAL.. J E WUAItTOK. M 1). K. L. RfisSON, M D. C S. Exam'inij Surpeou. Lato U.S. Anuy 1VII.VKTOX & ROfeSOV PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, Calls Promptly attended to. IiiJld presented monthly. Oflice EaM side of Pli.zj, 3 doora north ot m. B. IJouper fc to. 3Ii:. X. -V i'l('KE.., PHYSICIAN, Miicrialty: Obstetrics and Dis eases of "Women. Office and idtM;c, Washijigton St., EaI of the Gardner Hui.tfe. Patients can be a: jomraodated with bward :uul lodiac. CS'-Calls answered at all hours. .yj A, V. IiAiii:i. Attorney - at I. a w. IivineV lluildin Kooius, 1 and , Phoenix, Arizona. O. II. t. SISKKT?. M. J, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, Calls promptly attended to. Oflice Three door east of Court House. Kt'SIl A WF.LLH, A t t o r n c 3 f. a t - h a w, TRESCOTT, - ARIZONA Will practice iu all th Courts of the Tor J. T ALS 4 P, Attorney -at-Law, Irviuue TIu:ld:nr Ilooin 3 Phfenix. A. T. Attorney at I a w. OFnt'E next door to Court Houoe. II. It. PATIUCK, Civil E n c i 11 e o r County Surveyor for Maricopa Ct-uutv and Deputy I". S Mineral Surveyor for Arizona As?ayer of Precious Metals. Opfick With W. A. Hancock Phtrnix, A.T. IS. I,. I'OWKRS Physieian and Nurseon. (Late of Visa'.ia. Ca!.) Ofiice on W'aHhinton etrcet, two doors fioin Montezuma. FHtBATI 1UIE. SOTART PUBLIC. WM. A. HAJWy-K. . A i lor liey at baw, Pba-uix, A. T. f3-T.find bnsines in all departments a pjiecialtv. .n.AMOMC .OTIt'K. ft ABIZON A LODGE So.! F. A.M "ff ytated meetings on the third r Tnefday of each montli at 7-M p. m. Sojonruing brethren are fraternally invited to attend. J. T. ALSAP, V. M. J. B. CREAMER Secty. I. . 15. M. MAHICOPA TRISK, NO. 1. of AlilZO na. Improved O, K. .M.. lileet;! every Thursday evenin.' at T o'clock at the Wig wam. Steinsker's hui.dine. Traveling brethren are cordially invited to attend. A. C. BAKr.lt, baeueui. Seki Osbobn, O. of It AltlZOSA CHAPTKK, XO. 1, It :- A:- 51: OTITKI1 COSVOCATIOXS OV on fcecond and fourth Mondays uf each month, tit 7:30 p. M., at Masonie Ha 1. So journing companions in good standing are cordially invited. Kv order (f .M. W. KALES, H P. J. B. CiCL'AXER, Sec. ap5 DR. SPEER (ORiTCiTB CI HiRVAHD VMiVERSITr) PRIVATE DiStASES A SPtCSALr Cali. os Addrkjs H. J. SPEn, M. D. Ko. 11 Keaest Etrbet. Eas Fkascisco, Caw J. V,r. THOMSON. Druggist L Apothecary .. .Also Dealer in ... Perfumery, Patent Medi cines, Etc.. Prescriptions careiuliy Compounded at all hours. East side of Plaza, adjoining Wharton &, Kossnn. Dis. GtLEBRATEO STOMACH IelViiNivck 3Suiration 18 a precaution which should never be iicj lectcd when dander is present, ami thin; f;u a course of the Hitters at this season is particularly (ieirable, c?petia.ly fr the IVcbli! and hickJy. As a remedy for bilious-Tio-H, dyspepsia, ncrvousnest, and bi-wel coinpHiiits, there in nothing comparable to tlii- wholcjomu reptorativi. For Sale bd all iragisU aud Dealers generally. Miners Wanted! At Tip-Top frline, 3f Good Mixers, sin gle hand drillers. None others need apply. GEO. E. WEBBER, Superintendant. SIITICE. The bools oraecoiiiit lut the late firm of WBAKTi.jit Suebts h-Jiing been placid in my hand Kir ,ettlemem of the lirm's bnsin-Ks. it is inqnesti d thiit nil persons knowing th :intelveH indebted to the laic firm, will call at- niv oihce and close thi ir accouut by payment or by esocatlh their note. (I. U. Cox. oiTT M I SCE LL ANEO US- GOLDBERG & SON. -BElLEr.5 IX- GENERAL MERC HANDJSE. The highest price paid lor COUNTRY PRODUCE, HIDES. WOOL, ETC. II. GOLDIIEIIG & SOX. cxt door to Eiiuk Exohanc llotci. The Plaza Stable Iliviagr at all times the BEST OF FEED AND Accommodations for Horses, Of anv in "Northern Arizona. The nnder Mimed desires to thank his customers lor their lormer puironairc. and rennesti a con tinuance, as well as to iuviie all others to give hini a cali. J. T. Slll LL, East side Plaza, Prescott, A. T, mil Blacksmith and Wagon SHOP, WIKECNSURG. - ARIZONA. T" HAVK done business in this Territory 1 for tiii'teen yeas. as a BIacKmi!h. I know ;hu wants of Kivihu r- and Triinsient Traveiert in !j';tieral. I will w.irrai.t nil work Uono iu my shop. X forrre a!i my own Eorr-e and mule shoes, consequently I can warm nt the t-ame. THY ME A.f SKK. 1 am not haid on travelers about cash. Give ine a cull., ALEX. GRAYDEM, Wickcnhur-, A. T. W. J. SCOTT. ONTRACTOR. All kind3 of Masonrj-, Brick or Adobe, executed on short notice, and in a satisfactory manner. f&B Oidcrs Krt' at the HiCftALTj Office will be promptly attended lo Wing on Lung ! Chinese Goods of All Kinds. TpvU.V SING TONU hming purrbafd VJ the interest of 'OX'ti SI MIX. in the store on Ailam" Street, tast of Monte zuma, will collect all bills due the estab lishment. Wall Si Min will cetllc his own personal accom.ts. Phojnix. A. T , August 4. 1SS0. lm. PHCENIX AET GALLERY SoutliTvest C liner of Plaza. Tni: lrNDEKSIGXED. HAVING COM pleted bit new Gailerv. is low pre pared to execute nil work in liif Hue in the best style and at reasonable raTei. A comnleto aPsortment ol ARIZONA SOKNEHY always nit hand. A full line of Picture Frame and Mould inirs. Chramos. Sicrcotscopets and Albums on hand. Pictures framed to order. G. 11. ROTI1ROCK. New Departure ! Having just received a very nice assortment of ERTAKi WARE, Consisting; of BUIUAL OASES, of various stvles and sizes, also TRIMMINGS, plain aud fancy, also Society Trimmings, A'.l of which I will sell at very reasonable r.Ucs. Also, au assort ment of Windows, Poors Ulinds, Mouldings and California Lumber. I'!:ue of Iisines, Washington St., cpjcB.te Gardner Hotel," rhojui.x A.liotu Terr it or v. J. M. GREGORY. O. P. Roberts, Jl. vr. Kvdek, ROBERTS & RYDER, CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS. FLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS Furnished. Estimates made and Guarantied r Grand Clearance Sale, Grand Clearance Sale, IN order to make room Stock, we have this dav stock Twenty Per Cent. to better enable us to make room for r Large Stock Now enroute. Immense this day been made in our Dry Goods, Clothing-, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Etc, and Grocery Departments. In fact, a General Deduction in prices of our whole stock. ti-NOW IS THE TIME FOR-CT We are better able to fill orders from the Country at Lower Prices than have ever been made iu this Valley. Rear in mind that is Sale to continue Parties in need of Goods for Winter supply, had better call, for their own interest. This is no sham to convince yourself of the truth, call for prices. No trouble to show goods and give prices. Each and every department is complete. Rear in mind we are the only house iu the valley that carries A Pull Line of General Merchandise. Each Dejjartment is well assorted, of the Rest R ratals of Gcods in the Market. GOLDMAN & CO. Piiffixu, A: T., September Having OLit Special buyer in fSau Francisco, we are ! much better enabled to hll all orders, at lower figures, ) promptciNtjiiiii any oilier house iu the valleA". : P n i n I i A A i i I I Hay for our Fall and Winter reduced the nrice of our deductions in prices have 1st, 1SS0. MISt'EI.LANE4vS. Livery, Feed & Sale Stable ! georgs haul::: Washington tir-t '.i.u.3g PiAtiuis llc'.tS. BEST OF HORSES AMD SCSI ELEGANT TURXO'JTS. ! G00DWELL FQr'CE PwV? A3 HOSE ; Large Corral to turn "22s a stock in. and Grain alwars hand and for a.I. tXHor?es board eU Vy the da)-, week or month as Reasonable rates. jNitis faction gairunteeJ. BANK EXCHANGE HOTEL, 1 YVaalUiijElva ir p lA E.GAN2 This new hotel i now opra u r ; accommodation ct tiu; pithiie. The rooms are .ri-:i.Nu ! t haudsj'iiiely f;;rjilhei a ls s... single. SoHT:-r uc. - ii : n lor lamiiit'A. The ami ?se ctorwi'l I the toti;;r tlujw, C." his "Ucsts. Billiard Table and Bar Only the Finest Liqucrs 1 Cir. PRIVATE CARU KMX. The princitwil E'.xcm.i'j; :'nrt!4 A sh;irc of the public fitVus solicited. N. ROSENTHAL Washington t., C.vrtH r M'.asm, l'hcciiix, Arti a. - H 3 o : c 55 i s3 i C T3 a o o 3 on- a o u s -Jill O " . r o 2 2 3 S c- g H s AC CO '1 - . . 4. . o c a ej X O suoiuv "T';i.T-t 1VH1N3S01I 'N MEAT, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. GRAND CENTRAL MARKET.