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THE PHCENIX HERALD.
t plrmher I -HMO Xo cmriJt to of this ofiloe. n cent ,r otta-.-r j -ron f ruiiioriz'd t:t rnafc? piirchas-r; or c rtitrtict l.bt for and on account of the Heralx. No bill; aainrt the I1kkam will It a rcciiiiiz'd except lor jinrCfiHse ami con tracts m;id hy the proprietors pensoually or upon tliplr wriiui; ordor. gavMnrarasMOi MARICOPA MATTERS. Local Events of Week. the Past As They Appeared in the ''Daily Harald.' SATURDAY. D ive B iHz hn returned from the Tnto cou-itry. W. II. Keviiold, of Fort McDow. t-U, is iu t!.".- ciij. One yenr ago "ast Sunday tlio col iimwooils on llic i'lazit bole l'ruit. Several persons who li:ivo jrrnsvu i-ottou m tins valiuy testily to h: rciit pro.luctivenuii. A ba:iutif-il r:il:i o-Au-l tlie ii'rno.s in ri; a: i du;ic-;isei with the ?-rvicc-s .)i tUepritiKiiii cart tkid morning. The number of o.fliue stekers u the Deaiucrulio ii!e oi die i.ouse in crease 5 as l!ie day of the cojveutioii eomts tiigi:. Mrs. Pickins. M. D., h:ss moved to b.lildic 02 liie souiii side of Vv'as'i :igt!:i t-lieel, m few uoois cait of ibe i'lijeuix liotei. Jesus Gonzales was accidentally ';i l, at i"e.7i;?, a few day .ngo lr.it 1 rnpii.li 1 1 L-eov ;r the care of L). Gun vers. We noticed three government nm lu.icd staiidid, ul one ti.ne, yc-- u rd.iy ;j fio:;l t.f.iiii Uaiik Exchange i.oie.. U ijo.vOu ieiy. lloa. Patrick Hamilton, over the (isfii'i'tiro -jf Yavapai, is aaiu favor la:? Uw Es;j;w';lr viib. his euttrlaiti- la-' aau rea.iu.e avoseuti ucacunnirs. Tiiar-wia;.- last Albert Tt'olleiibcr, 'a.u5;t ao.i of Mr. L-'iuU Wylicn-c.-jf, .s a -cid .-uU.lif ru.i over and -liiuiU' kiiie.1, ia I'reicott, by oi cr:. rt.'d l.idv- sai 1 within A yiiuiijj m.: r ieariii ' v;. teidav, that Dr. Ai:u- 1 .wjitA v.-jo tnj nu.-t escruciaiin" Lic.ituie she had ever see:i. "jueh a Uiviuu t'jiui and lovely eyej is ai-inj.-t unliearabie" and "oil !'' sIk' id "ii 1 Was uot Irani nieled by i.i.iir.i.iDiiial vows 1 wouki set my olur Djc." F.ict. Who Hc-pu'.dican Club, of this city, '..r-o IasjJ, lor the cau:pa! jTi, the i'tiiidiu-' oa Washinirton street, form erly occupied by Wiley's auction iost.s. C-ri)cn;er itive leea bus' lor the jiatt few days fixing it up fur 5.JjV J.3 up.iats, and a birge tr.ins msucy wild the wonts "Kcmiblicau iIt:uiUar:crs" wiil soon be in place- Hi-; piaee will be auiply supplied vvitU soils aad newspapers from all j-irtj of the (Miuutrv, and will be a L pleasant place to spend the evenings - ........ .1 . : 1 1 Hwnui)'1 uaiu eietioji, uuu ne..i ujX reid iLe h-.tcit news. A numlKT rf people who were dis-po.-ei to -.1j:s; ticj:i last year failed u dj so, Geo ts c itlonwo ii waj the only tliiair Hailuble which tliey did not iiiie. li.'y c nteadinj; that the willow Mould not grow, but we, be lieving diffj.'Ln'.Iyrset out fourteen -i them, tea feet apart on the 10th of January last and now some cf them have brunches an inch aud a half in da.aetcr and IZ feet Ion;;. In this short time they Lttve so lapped that a perfect s:iade is made for a distance of iiali'a blocli in froui of the Hkk. props rly. We hope m:my will lul.ow uur example next year. It is c.y ciieap r.ud un exceik-nt shfidc. The Uuion mine is situated 15 miles north of Phoenix. The claim is GC'OIjCO feet no adverse claim. It con i.iias three distiuctgolJ bearing veins which crop out a distance of TMJ le-.-t on this claim. ery little v. ork has been done on this mine. A seventy two f.tot thaft sho.vs a well deli..ed le.ie v Lie i averages 3' i fet iii Uiickuejs. .-Lbout 73 tons of oro are now on the dump. The ledge is pay ore throughout. Several as siiys of it show it to be worth $70. For Cj feet from the surface it is free milling then it turns base. The water level is at a depth of 73 feet. The miae is elevated b it little above iLc surrounding country and is suaale.i among a cluster ol small hills. It is eas,- ot accas.i being ac cessabia to the largest freight teams and is right ul the fanners' door of Sa;t Kiver valley. The nearest water lor milling purposes is the Grand Caa-;, eleven miles distant. The orv cm bj freighted from mine to ni:!!tr$; wood at :J. Country for ui.it ion grauite. Mr. Tread well, tinj mining expert, says it is horn- blca-.l-porpnry- It. is certainly a pritaiiiva foriation. MO.NDAT- I. Anron left this moraine for the Tiger. "Wiu.ll. Ila-vxT & Co. have just received i.r qtiantityof becrjand to those who dri.ik eastern beer we -would sujgejt the purchase of a Mr. Jackson, a'ld wife, have re turned from a rusticating trip u nth. Sirs. Jackson s u.ultu is maeh nn jiijvjd. Mj-wer- Decker, Priest. Sharp and M.llcr.Teuipeites, arc in the city 10-day. A. .7. McXeil baa just had a large double window p :t iu the front of bis establishment thereby throwing more light of his trjjJs on llu excellent quality Col. James Stewart arrived from the r.iilro:d this lnoi'iiin-'. He in lorm u that th -re s nothin r n the report of an i.i.vase of time on the railroad from C-d.'or, east. TfESmi'. Billy Moore is rua.iiug a saloon at Coateiuiou City. Don E. Abbott has returned from a trip to Pima county. Mr. Martcll is now one of the mix oljjisLj a:tha Tiger liquid pal.ice. J uuge Wilks returned from Pres cott last evening. Geo. W. Back ii hick from his rus ticating trip up north. ii-JI.-ia-on received, a few days since, a ToAajjiuiap. Carpenters areTiLtsy at woik on the H'joc of Gldb-rg's new building. Grant LeBurr and Mrs. A. Baitlett will arrive on this evening's Wick cuburg stage. Two lines of coaches leave Phoenix every day for the railroad connecting with the Tucson train. Wm. B. Hooper i& Co have just re ceived a large quantity of Damiaua Bittern. Capt Malconi. well known in these nirts. wa; lately murdered in the Tomb tone couuuy. The D-j.n jci-atij County C.mven tio.i hum s next Mond.iv- to put a coun ty ticket iu the field. The libr ."-y of the Union Sunday foh b.i lteea iu rea.cd by the aJ ul' .: '.! ' " -i : - v :'.: UJJ. JIcsrs. Harrison find Baritow, presidon:i of two political clubs of Tempe, visited r.s Saturday. jUes.-rs. Dennis, Kirkland, Decker and Piie.-t have returned from 11 rus ticating trip to the mountains. Supt. Webber, of the Tip-Top mine, has an advertisement in the IIkuai.u culliug for 30 miners. The Drill says that as the editor of the Kxpoiiior jrrmvs older he will learn that abusive language dots not serve to contradict facts. Charley Brown, for some time past the stage mid express nrent at Wick enburg, is iu the cil-, en route for Tombstone. Kritz L. Brill was in from his ranch on the Hassayampa, yesterday, wit 11 a wajfou load of potatoes. Mr. Brill ov.iisoiif of them )st productive places iu the Territory. We wcti'd suggest th :t the little editor ?o to the L'niou Sunday school next Sabbath and take a lesson on the kind of auimnl "Mary Magdalen rode when fleeing from the wrath of Pharoah. II. Monran & Co., one of our oldest business firms are t Dj:yin'' a b;isi nej excelled bv no house in this val- Their motto of quick sales an 1 small proiits ana t:ee;5i;iG: alivays the best quality of goods aud full wcih' accoiiats for it. The Tucson ' 'itizen sa3's that, visit, ors from San Francisco report Judge Tsveert renewing his youth aud re markably rr'tod looking The learned get'tieraan will shortly arrive to take up hio permanent residence ia Phoe nix i:i the prac ice of law. The Sentinel says the Antelope Peakausaet is not the largest ever fj'.md i:f Arizona. In May, 1801, back of La Paz. one weighing threj pound', worth $18 per ounce and a few months laier one weiirhinir six ounces more, worth $175 were found at the same place. All the great people of the country are cenlei tnu- at Tucson. General T!iom:;s Kwinir, Democratic leader of Ohio. Wallace Leach, Congress ional candidate of California, Bishop Simpson, the leading divine of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and next to arrive is President Haves. j The editor of the IIkji vi.n is think I ins of goiii-.r down to the "ancient ! and honorable" arid make the picture ! complete. j By the competency shown by the local tinner of a sction in Iavinsr be- fore ul!, tiie resources of its section so t in a rreat measure depends the ad- ! section. 1 'hen-tore, every one uitcr f ifrft i!i f! of i!i'?p country should contiibiUetbcirquoto of support to their local pajjer. The better support the better paper it c:i issue, and the better advocate your cause, and when you purchase goods do so at a store that advertises, and thus helping support a medium that is fettling a community and increas ing the value of your business or property. Because a store does not advertise it is no reason it sells any cheaper, in fact statistics prove that their prices are at least 30 percent higher. In to-morrow's Herat-d, Goldman & Co. will have a double-column ad vertisement announcing a grand clearance saJe for the month of Sep tember. Prices have been marked dow n one-fifth their regular price, as room must be made for the fall and winter stock now on the road. There will be a perfect slaughter of eveiy thingiu their large establishment during the next 30 days. Bargains will abound, and the nrtttlcnt house wife, who htfi"sa'S?fliip her money and buys now. will congratulate her self unceasingly. Considering the range and merit of the stock of goods which now Sills the shelves of Goldman & Co., the prospect of the sacrifice advertised in to-morrow's Heiiald, to whih attention is direct ed for fulier particu'ars, ought to make the hearts of ail womankind of Salt River valley palpitate with delight. Look in and examine even if you don't buy. Courteous treat ment is giiarantt; d, eveu if you do not spend a cent. "WEDNESDAY. 5. F. Simpjon, for Prescott. and S. Randcl, for Pbo?iiix, came in from the railroad on this morning's stage. Mrs. Farrington and children and S. Andrade will arrive ou the Wick eubuig coach to-uight. The Phtrnix Brass Band last even ing re-elected their present officers, and the Secretary was instructed to order instruments for uu orchestra. Win. D. Fenter is in the city from the Tombstone country. We leain that he will be a candidate fur Sheriff at the Democratic Convention next Monday. Mr. Fenter has tilled the position of Under Sheriff one term i in this county, with satisfaction and, i if nominated, will make a good race. . I Programme for this evening's open air concert, on the Plaza. Moniiug Glory Quickstep Butler Love of the Beautiful Waltz. .Keller Leetle German Band Q'step. . .Ke'ler Sweet Memories Waltz Keller Get Up and Get Quickstep. . . .Keller Second Andande ic Waltz. .Heiuicke Here's Health Gallop Rollinon Imperial Quickstep Keller Plymouth Quickstep Rollinson Cornelia Waltz Zikoff Adeiia Quickstep Keller College Reel Keller Concert to commence at 7 :30 sharp. G. II Kki.j.y. Band Master. TnUKSDAT. Button holing is a new game. Mr. Heinsoii has received a force pump from San Francisco. Mr. Jenks, of Tempe, is doing the county seat to-day. E. Irvine & Co. received several show casi-s yesterday. N. Iioss.of he East Phcenix Flour ing Mills, pays ca:h for wheat. M;ssrs. iarnell & Smith have leased the Dublin Feed Yard. To-night is the regular weekly meeting or ine 1. u. it. At. A lull at tendance is requested. A large lot of stoves of all kinds and sizes lias just beeu received by iTOiuman ec i;o. Coaches to connect with the Tu; son train leave Phosuix every day at 11 O JlOl K. Our office is at present over run with orders for job work. May it ever be thus. The directors of Ihe Salt River Canal want to receive bids for clean ing their ditch. The Damiana Bitters is the best liver and kidney medicine in the world. For sale by Hooper & Co. A liue of the boiler of the Phcenix Flour Mill broke last night, causing a stoppage of eighteen hours. The plaza has been nicely cleaned, and the rubbish burned. A ne it picket fence would now add greatly. to its attractiveness. Mr. C. H. McNeil, of the Herald force, is a happy father. The event occurred early this morning, and is a girl. The occasion was duly cele brated at this office. The wife of W. C. Roundy leaves to-morrow lor Soccnrro, New Mexico, where she will make her future resi dence with her falht r. Her husband expects shciiJy tu leave f jr the jame place. Miss Blake, Master Eddie Blake, Xcri Osborn, M iss Sadie Osborn and a man from Chiaa arc ou the Wick enbtirg stage to arrive this evening. Long nights will soon be here aud Morgan it Co are daily expecting a car load of coal oil in anticipation of the desire of our people lo throw light upon Ihe various subjects un der discussion. N. Rosenthal will visit San Fran cisco this month and while there will purchase goods for several new de partments for his establishment, making his place one of the best and most complete business houses this side of Los Angeles. Wm. Taplin yesterday presented the 1Ii--kai.I) with a small cake of soap made from water from the So da Sfriu-rs in Black Canyon, about 50 miles noiih of Phcenix. It con tains the properties of the best toilet soap and will, in the future, prove of value to its owner, who has reached this successful result after a year's experiment. The only chemicals used are those used in solidif) ing the water. Slankard's thresher will finish its labors this afternoon, Ihe other ma chines having stopped several days since; thus completing the work of harvesting in this Valley, for the present season. Mr. Priet, a prominent, Tempeite. is in tile city. II.: lias just returned from a trip to Prescott. and Vulture. He reports things at the Vullurj lively, aud the pipes working well, and a promise of water to the mine in about four days. The regular weekly tpen-air con cert last night, was well rendered, and appreciated by our citizen'. Three new pieces, nvire difficult than any prcvious ones, were performed, show ing that the boys arc progressing under the charge of Prof. Kelly. A correspondent in Ihe Citizen growls because tlicS. P. R. It. charge way passengers from Tucson to Ben son rive cents per mile. .Nothing like the days when stage coaches charge live limes that price for mak ing one-fifth the time for the "old settler" of this blooming country. Xo more use walking the streets all night to save the price of a be 1, betaii.-e A. J. McXeil has lust re ceived a large lot of cot frames, which he will cover and sell at cheaper prices than such articles have ever been sold before in this town. Postmaster Mowery yesterd.av re ceived a de-patch authorizing the carrying of mails by the Black Can yon route seven times a week. A few days sinre service wss cut d wn on this route from six t three times per week. Supplying ihe mineral country it docs the present order is Just. We learn that Thomas Sherman will run i s an itidepeudant candidate for Sheriff; Mr. Sherman has tided positions ia the sheriffs in Califor nia and also in this county, and now fills the resonsib!e positit n of Dep uty United States -Marshal. He has a host of warm personal friends in all portions of Maricopa county, and will make better time that scored by St. Julien iu liis recent race back enst. Our mercantile friend, II. Gold berg, ye-ici-lav showed us a beauti- fill specimen of ore taken from the Silver Queeu mine, in the Texas 11:11 District, of which he is one of the owners. This property is pro nounced by experts lo be very rich and will pay from the "grass "roots' dow;: Mr." Goldberg expects on his next visit to uaiirornia to matte ar rangements for working the proper ty. This gentleman also owns a val uable miae in Tombstone and oaciu the Dragoon mountains. Don Abbott is doing a rushing bus iness in the agricultural implement line. In front of his place of busi ness this morning, we saw srrme Bu ford single plows for J. T. Priest, of Tempe, a Brown sulky plow for Mr. Lewis of snme pl..ce and a Sweep stake Granger plow, six gang, for eight horses, for Orine & Gieenhaw, of this valley. Mr. Abbott has sold several plows of this kind this season iu the valley showing our farmers are getting up lo the times. A car load of wagons of the best makes will sood be here, advices having beeu received this morning. FREIGHT FACTS. Arrivals at Maricopa Railroid Lb.iI Week. by Specially Collected for the Phoanix 'Herald." I'rJday J3. rnosNix. G E Browu 20 spuds 2137. G Coats 2 mds 90; C mdse 270. J 11 Lrdirs 1 pkg 100. J M Bryan 10 pkgs 320; 4 pgs J W Thomson 2 mdse CO. FKESCOTT. N 5 mdse 330. Dr O Lincoln 4 nuli t 200. rt'm Bulluui 1 screen 20. 421. BEYMOUK. I II Levy 32 mdse 4223. TEMPE. C T II 12 sund 220. J T Priest 22 mdse 1HG3. KO DESTINATION MARKED. II 40 sund 2790. Tip-Top M Co 100 brick G00. GILI.KTTB. M Burfind 7 mdse 'M0. Jlondny. 30. PHCKNIX. G E Brown, 14 sund 953; 9 sund, 1074. E Irvine & Co, 33 sund, 1381 ; 2 sund, 400. G Coats, 2 sund, 240 ; 4 sutd, 225 ; 20 suad, 2150. Goldberg & S in, 5 sund, 400; 79 sund, 1780; 10 sund, 425. Asher & Bro, 4 sund, 133; 11 suud, 600. Goldman & Co, 11 sund, 1420. Wong On Lung, 28 sund, 2275. Sing Chong, 0 sund, 310. M L Peralta, 2 sund, 140. PRESCOTT. Dr O Lincoln. I pkg, 85. T Bray, 1 pkg, 1 5. B H Weaver, 13 sund, 675. A Seeley, 1 pkg, 05. A Mason, 9 sund, 620. D Levy 1 pkg, 175. NO DESTINATION GIVES. Cumberland mine, 1 pkg, 40. '- TEMPE. M Mathews, 10 sund, 270. J T Priest, 2 pkg 80. Haydeu, 1 pkg, 130; 1 pkg, 280; suud, 1000 ; 8 sund, 485. P Shannon, 1 pkg, 420. APACHE. A A Q M, 293 suud, 21850. VCLTCKK MINE. I Levy. 0 aud 1025. TIlTOr. G E Webber, 5 siind, ISO. GILLETTE- J Anderson, 12 sund, 1530. MCDOWUI.L. J Y T Smith. 8 suad, 770; 1 pkg, 100; 2 sund, 530. Tuesday, 31. l'llF-SCOTT. Bashlord & Co, 3 Mind, 570. APACHE. A A Q M. 200 sund, 28,700. JICDOWM.L. J Y T Smith, 43 sund, .3345; 1 pkg, 150. COX'S COMPLETE COURSE. How th-3 Youthful Ideas will be Taught to Shoct On fVJr. Cox's Coming into the Superintendency of Public Instruc tion. When an argument against the ef ficiency of Djmocra'.ic ollk-ials, so strong as to be irrefutable, is ad vanced, it is the custom ol Demo cratic sheets to endeavor to neutral ize its effects by blackguarding the person who, in their opinion, is re sponsible for it. That hermaphro dite of political journalism created by a Democrat, and nursed into life by a Republican, imported to supply the lack of bmins in the Democratic ranks of our county the Expositor, Scold, Granny, or Blatherskite -call it what you will, is not aud excep tion to the rule. It could hardly be otherwise, as originality will saa-ce be found in a man who, to cam a living, was forced to abandon all principles anil sink to the level of u machine, to be used by a ring of pet ty county politicians us the toy of 11 short campaign and then to be thrown aside, like an orange suck ed dry, with the brief epitaph of SACRED TO THE MSMOUT Of LITTLE TOMMY HKIGS, who vf EOCQUT, PAID rIt. USED, AXD El'HaiD by the DEMOCRACY OF MAItKOPA COUXTY Daring ih- Camp:vga of ISi'J. tie rigged olt and rigk-tl so w.-ll. Thai tiu p;lil cut ri woa.'J liI:l him; I:it lie rirl'-d al !asr, praise liotl ;o we!!, Whore i!t:iv' ri wii; never eiiWM A'3 OF SC'ja Id T-Ifi KISS'J Kl OI" MAHaoS. As I have not had the advantages of being educated in the school of Democratic viiuperativentss, or bil lingsgate. I will not take up the gauntlet thrown down to me hy the Expositor, on la;t Monday, i;i au edi torial concerning the publication of the report of the last Grand Jury of tcis count-, by the Dull, and enter the lists for a joust w ith that weapon which the Expositor is so proficient with personal biacl guardlsm taid hbuse. But I will endeavor to show whether that gentleman whom it seems to have picked out to play the liek-spiule to, more than any other, is competent to fill the ofliee for which they so strenuously advocate, bis claims. I refer to Mr. Ivy H. Civ l!ie -:imlidate f.-r Simerintwuieiit. of Public Instruction, who, to use : n:s own words.will it elected, "use his whole power to instill into the minds of our youth the principles of trite Democracy." This he could prob ably do iu the most approved si ie, as any one will soon learn by a cur sory examination of the books of the Board of Supervisors, during the peri )d he acted as Secretary. Leav ing aside those little eccentricities of book-keeping so pertinently inquired into by our last grand jury such as erasmes, pasting leaves together, etc., I will take ihe body of tlie matter still remaining, to show lo what a degree he carries his political convictions into his official acts. Not only is the writing anu gram matical construction of the records intensely Democratic. but so is the spelling. So much so, in deed, that I have, after mature con sideration, conclusive!' convinced myself that this gentleman is the one who lately, through tlie columns of the Citizen, under the nom tie plume of Bourbon Straight, entered the field of political literature to be come the Petroleum V. Nasby of Arizona. Now 1 ask the candid reader, frankly, if a man who spells authorized, authorised ;' judgments, 'judgements;' dimensions, 'demen sious;' asylum, 'assylum semi-annual, 'semi -anual ;' superintendent, 'su perintcndaiit ;' jailer, "jay lor; evi dence, 'evidince;' water, 'watter;' who states that our sheriff was re- quired to file an additional bond on j account of the death of King S. I Woolsey, one of his 'bondmen ;' who j lias 11 mui .11 r j 11. Lively was elected a 'temporv' chairman ; who rerords that B. S. Con vers was ur pointed examining -physicion,' and that Messrs Wharton & Sheets had been paid for services to the 'iudigint sick; that II. P. Petit had tiled ihe "drawing1 for the new Court House that J. W. Markley's bill for tians porting the 'corancr's' jury was re jected. etc., etc.; is not a man very likely to write such a commu nication as that peuned by Bourbon Straight. Were we ail Democrats Mr. Cox would make a mostaccepta- ole'Supcriniencaa. of rublic Instruc tion lor the territory, but bem:j neither all Democrats nor ouite in sane over spelling reform I maintain that Webster is good enough for the rising generation, and should be tauglit instead of tlie true princi ples of Democracy ' eveu when uealt out by such an able person as Major Ivy 11. Lox, late of tlie C. h. Army and at present of the legal-political ministerial professions. I will a i ways be happy to let any of the friends of Kev. Ivy H. Cox, who may doubt his intense democra cy, nave Ine numbers ot the pages from which Ihe different phrases and words were culled. Wm. O O'Neill Kcnresentatiou in Congress. The present membership of the Natioual House of Hepresentatives is 2'J:j. If the ratio of apportionment were not changed, the number would be increased to :5S0. This will not probably done. The hail is crowded now. It could not comfortably hold 380. The ratio will, it is presumed, be increased from 131,423 the pres cnt figure to 170,000. The basis has been changed every census since 17U0. The chauires were as follows: 1 car. 1789. . . 1793. . . 1813 182: 1838... 184:3 1853 183 1873 Basis . . 30.000 . . 33.000 . . 35,000 . . 40,000 .. 47,700 . . 70,680 . . 93.423 ..127,381 ..131,000 If one-half the stores, two-thirds the saloons and two thousand idlers shouid leave Bodie, says the Standard-News, we would hae the best busi less camp on the coast. As it is somebody feeds the idlers and the merchants have to foot the bill. Simon Rodman, of Visalia, lias agreed to fast thirty days for the $200 offered him by T. Bacigalupi. Ho intends to begin as soon as the physician prououuees him in a suit able condition for his self-imposed abstinence. He will occupy the City Hall, and will bu in cLurge of watchers during the time. Territorial Items. Col Tiffany has had plans drawn for an Industrial School to be erect ed at San Carlos. Already 160 acres .ire cleared for the purpose. The probable cost will be .?10,C00. The end of the track of the S. P. It. It., is now within 19(1 miles of El Paso, and it is the intention to reach that point on or before Jan 20lh 1381. Ou the 23d inst., the party at the front had surmounted all obstacles encountered in the Dragoon moun tains. The boundary line between New Mexico and Arizona will be reached ia 12 days. A Xetv Knilroad . Articles of Incorporation were filed at 12:43 r. M. to-day, with the Secre tary of the Territory, of a company called the "'.nricopa, Phoenix and Prescott Railroad Company." Hie Directors named are A. L. Moeller, W. W. Hutchison, John Raible and N. Ellis. The capital stock is $2,000,000. A map and survey ate also filed. It is undersood that the company will commence work on the road immediately, aud intend to push things as rapidly as possible. Tuesday's Democrat. At Agua Fria and vicinity the stock owners have been appalled, of late, by a cattle disease. The vic tims die soon after infection, and, on dissection, are found to have con gested lungs. Some twenty or thirty head of cattle and some horses have died. Arizona's Sew Katlroail. The rails of the A. & P. R. R. arc already laid about fifty miles, (includ ing 23 utiles of toe IS- 3i. & S. P. R. R .) out from Albuquerque, towards Fort Wingate. leaving less than 350 miles to reach Prescott. The con struction force has been doubled. Boarding cars for the workmen are sent forward, and the laying of rails is progressing westward!- at the rate of a miic a day. The time for reach ing Fori Wiugate is fixed far the fiivrt of January, next, and the point .North and nearest to Prescott, for next July ; the entire road to be com pleted to" the Colorauo for June 1st, 1332-. Among the improvements going on in Tucson the Star observes that the firm of W. B. Hooper tfc Co.'s oil warehouse, near the depot, is fast ne.mng completion' the carpenters are now putting ou the roof. Their up town store, ou Mcailla street, is also undergoing a course of plaster ing and painting, which will improve its appearance fh a large degree. Hon. H. W. Stewart received the unanimous vote of the Republican Convention at Phcenix, on the 23d inst., for Delegate to Congress. Mr. Stewart is wcllknown as speaker of the House, and will make a strong canvass and a thoroughly competent Delegate. He represents the pro gressive element of the Territory, and will lay his fossil opponent ou the shelf without doubt. Arizona Bullion. Senator Conkling will gratify Democrats by speaking his mind on the political situation. How would it suit them to have his first attempt i made m liKlmnr.r miscellaneous. . Morgan &, Co. Washington Street, PHOENIX, A. T. Importers and Dealers in GROCERIES CLOTHING DRY GOODS, LIQUORS, TOBACCOS, CIGARS, Etc. At prices to suit the times. CALIFORNIA BAKERY. w asiimgtou street ovposuc Kelly a meal 3Iarket. Best Flour, Sweetest Bread. Twelve Loaves for One Dollar. Crackers of all Doscriplions Constantly on Hand. KYE BHK.4I), C:JtA!I.VH SKAI. FI!S & CAltES, aHvayson luiiid. tSIIol biscuit3 every moriiinir.rj Oaiil Schekeb, i'ro'r. BAJA CALIFORNIA ! BITTERS ItESTOKATIVU. IWUiOKATOK And .KKVIK THE GREAT STOMACH REGULATOR And 13 spepwia Cure. THE 3IEX1CAN REMEDY FOR Diseasas of the Kidneys & Bladder Vaiuiaua Is a Mexican Herb, aud conies from a 1'ax. DAMIANA was firt made and drank br the 3Ie.Mi.-ans as a Tunic fnr the Stomach and Bowels. DAMIANA is acknowledged by those that nave uea it tu De a great isviooratuii and Nkuvine. DAMIANA acts directly upon the Kidneys, mHkhiff tht-ni stronger. DAMIANA is a splendid Laxative for the tfuvi'ELS. iiiiii Keeping mo lavEK from beeoailu Tonriu. e-DAMlANA GIVES APPTlTE.i3 WM. B. HOOPER & CO., Soie Agents foi Arizona and New Mexico, iu the U.S. aud Suauru. Mexico. MISCELLANEOUS. Salt River asi Phoenix. CASH PAID FOR lisiom Done at the Salt River Flouring Mills, East Phoe nix. 1TATHA1UEL ROSS, irietor. Save Your Money, AND BRING YOUR Watches, Clocks Jewelry, &e., &c., to V- TRUMPER, Practical Watch Makek axt) Jeweler PHOENIX, -. AlUZONA. Boot and Shoe Maker. Washington Atrcet, adjoining the fettore of tastaueda. Fttehionatilc Boots and Shocn of the best route rial uautic to order In elegant style. Perfect Fits Guakanteed. I give ray entire attention to enptom made work, aud I have evvry facility for civiug entire atitfaeiiou. Send iu vour order. The Leading Hotel of San Francisco and the mot 1 elerantiv appointed hotel in the rlrt, over :;.5X).d0U h ivinir been ex pended iv Mr. baidviii in i:p construction aud fnrniinp. lirariqua -hth array am! navy. Specirt'. iccoir.iiKKi.-it na for families and large partus. lricea che came as at other liio-ctutfi tittt-j.-. From $3 to $5 Per Day. Ppocial contracts win be mane foi perma nent bonnier?. Tlie hot'l conche ami car riaife ia waiting at all boat aud railway depot p. ?rRo(.ms ran be reserved before arrival by lulcraphin the Baldwin. II. H. PIERSON", UufinefB Maiiazer. R. E. Farringtcn & Co., Dealers iu General Merchandise, AND FORWARDING & C0MMISSJ0N MERCHANTS, Maricopa, ... Arizona. We are prepared to band to faat freight and heavv machinery onakorl uotica. Mark goods care It. E.FAKR1NGTON & CO. SOW READY ! Issued August 1st. American Newspaper Directory -FOK- Tucdfik Annual Volume. ON'K THOUSAND AND FIFTY TaUES I' rice j Fice Dollars, This work is the reorganized source of information ou the Statuticls of Amtjiiian Newapapers. Advertisers, Advertising A gent it. Editor?, Foliations and the Depai t incuts of the Government rely upon its f-tulements as the only recognized authority. It given ihe Name of Newspapers aud other Periodicals. It gives the Puiitlc, Religion, Ciae& or Character!;; icp. It gives the Iys or Issue. It gives the Editor's Name. It gives the Publisher' Name. It cives the Size of the Paper. U pive the iSuhscription l'rice. It gives the Diit-i of Establishment, and tlie best obtainable information about the circulation, and several valuable tables and claHHiliciiticns. Kuvised annually. and information brought down to the latest date. Sent te auy address receipt of the price. aq uress OEO. P. HOW ELI,, Publishers, (Newspaper Advert ibing Bureau, lO Hpruce St ,cw York Tip-Top Hotel. Grinding Olson. GILLETTE, A. T. My hotel in kent in firt-chiss etyle. Rooms largo aud ncully 1'un.U'icd. Good accooimodatioua for iranbient pa troua. THE TADLE Cannot be fnrpassed in the Territory, Go cookiiiy aud pkuty of cvcrylliius. Bo A ul) JfH per Week. Meals . 50 cents. o.-p ami. ;i. r. izrt. Wm. B. Hooper & Co., Importers and Wholesale Dealers in FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, Wm. B. Hooper. Jno. S. Carr, John Dargie & Henry D. PE-IOENIX, A. .T. Sole Agents for Arizona and Hew HeXlCO, for the Celebrated J. A. Miller Chicken Cock Whisky. Manufactured by "WHITE & ALEXANDER, OF KENTUCKY. None Genuine unless branded J. A. IV! iller Old Bourbon Distillery. Sole Amenta for Arizona WHISKIES, fiiton J. Hardy & Co., Louisville, Kentucky. 'Hardy's Own," 'Our Choice,' 'Old 'Early Dawn,' Sole Agents Pacific Coast BOURBON The Coronet, All of the above Whiskies arc Louisville, K-.; are unequaled iu I any W hiskies ever offered in this j ... . We invite atieiuiou 10 uur exiensivu iiuc. in 1 1 r o, ri.reigii anu Domestic, BITTEltS. of all ALE, PORTER, and first-class Our Assortment 3 25 IMPORTED an. be found complete Improved Short Hose. A po v ctocd were Eagic Poland Bred from stock imported direct from the Manie Company. AITHnimaJ poln are go: ran teed as reiwsenteiti Cratimr or box iiil'. and feed for shipping. Fkek. fcfrlMfes io Piiri vry lowwS(3 1 me:m that every aiiTmaJ sold slock, ururs soiiciieuanu aaiisiaciion guaranieeu THOROUGHBRED P0ULTRY--a!l WM.NILES Importer and Breeder. 9tf A. J. McNEIL, Saddle & Harness Manufacturer, , .AND DEALER IN. Saddlery Hardware, Leather, Bridles, Halters, Collars, Whips aud Lashes, Horse Blankets, Brushes, Curry Combs, Wagon Covers, Awnings, Tents, Cot Beds, tc., &c. WEST SIDE tSTAIl Work Warranted. Rt'tiairiug ilouc niiJi NeatiiPhs aad DopaUli. aucrlO Auld, Carter Tevis Polhemus, Joint Managers, for the tlie following renowned Manufactured by 'Trivate Stock," Rye," "Old Kentucky" 'Old Reserve," for the of thefavorite WHISKIES. J!d Kentucky I r rr i--fc Cabin. of our own Importation, "iiect fiom delicacy and flavor, and superior to market. . , r nivro r j kinds, MINEIUL WATERS, all Liquors kupt by house. f CIGARS, both DOMESTIC will in Every Respect. Dish-Faced Berkshire purchased at great expense oi H. M.v Queen Victoria, Having been BRED and KA1SED at the Prince Consort's Show Farm, Windsor. Kngland. The Improved Berkshire isth at nral grass hog; is the most proline awl atf-, docile of any broed. Mv Berkshires are recorded in the Ameri can Berkshire Kecordtne authority for the Luiteu t tales on Tnorougnurou UerKsnire. China Pigs. shall be a stQlis afivortibemcnt Ur my of the leading varitties. Los. Akuules, Cal. OF PLAZA, AM PHtENIX. ARIZONA. nBm anil pwwPBffiw r '1Mpljll!p1wl'l',''' -";iiwwwiiiiiiauwii 3ItStT.f.r.ANFtn O. J. Tmrorx, M titer A'.o IV-t.-P i PATENT MKDiriNKS. toil:t aktu'LKs. PKKKr.MERY. A. West of th lVt OScir, rnCENIX, - - ARIZONA. Lodge Supplies ! MASONIC. ODD IT. LLC KNIGHTS OF I'YTHIS. I. O. It- fv. rpnE iierai.d pstt.:i.i3-oa.r J afut- lr lor hu W f . A. STRONG & CO.. IVtruit. )!'( ,. f tnpp!y all .nj la t xlwie Atu ' . i il'lrea GOSPEli i M.-CUXTtX-'S. DON. E. ABBOTT, Ins. Agsnt zi C; -ii.tXT to; -Frank Bros . San Francises- Ciu EEAf-EKS tr- Waijon Harrows. Cultivators. Plo.v-. Seed Soaci" And Piiiups. At.o aX-L s.t:s lllUIIKMT eitu t. rn la psymct f. A; tSOKl'KE-At DON E. ABBOTT. HEALTH IS EAPFilESS. 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