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THE riKEXrX HERALD.
S0SP2H 4 McCUSTOCit - Proprietors COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. Fridy. ..ATBSirr 15!. SSi. The location of Phuiinx a trade center is not surpassed by auy city in Arizona. The firming land in the viciaiiy insures it bin-ays as a solid town, while the adjacent mining sections -will be the uiean3 of bringing bere many forwarding and wholes-lie houses. It will be to Northern A r-zona what Sacra mento is to California. On three sides of us are situated several promising minii:g cumps in virioua stages of development, ia wLich appearaue.?s indicate considerable work will bo done during the com ing year, which is that much better for Phoenix, as every dollar ex pended a portion finds its way to this city. A map would be of great benefit to the reader in un derstanding the situation, but ia place of one we can get a fair idea by placing the left hand, palm up, on a table, locating Phoeuix in the center of the palm. The thumb will then iudic-ite the direciioa of the Vulture and Cumberland, the the index finger Castle ('reek and Tule deck, the second finger Tip top, Tiger and Peek, the third fin ger Cave Creek, and the little fin ger Tonlo Basin. Of the above the nearest is 30 miles and the farthest 70 miles. The Vulture, or Central Arizona as tbe stock is known, has a new 80-etamp rniil, the largest in Arizona, about to run. The mill is located at the mine and around which ia a town or -30U pEopie. J ue mine uas es tablished its permanency by pay ing its osfaers three million dollars. Tie Cumberland is a California corporation and is being rapidly prospected and in a few months a .mill will be erected. Castle and ' Tule Creeks contain many rich and promising prospects, and is a good location for a custom mill. Tiptop is well known in the East as well . as California. It has been actively worked for three years and pro- duccd many hundred thousands of dollars. Cave Creek contains sev eral well tried projertie3 and con siderable prospecting i3 going on. One ten-stamp quartz mill is there now, and a probability of another scon. Touto Basin is being rapidly developed. A New York company is at work on one of the principle mines, and the owners of several -others are hard at work. All the -.above, bssiJes the (owns of "Wick enburg, Mesa City and Ternpe, are all tributary to Phoenix, and their benefits Phoenix. With a thorough knowledge of Phcenix, gained in a three years' residence, we are safe iu prophesying a large thriving town iu the next year of not less than six or eight thousand people. The year 1881 promises to be a very prosperous one for Arizona, All circumstances seem to combine to make it bo. Its eariy part will see the S. P. K, 11. connected with the East and the Atlantic oc Pacific Jailroad well advanced into Arizona and, perhaps, the Central Arizona railroad built to beyond Phceaix on iis way to connect the Southern Pacific with the A. & P. There is no denj'ing that these three rail roais will immensely advance the prosperity and progress of our Ter ritory. The two former will bring liandrcd3 of investors who have heretofore been kept away by the long and arduous journey by way of Saa Francisco and will make Ar izona easier of access than Califor nia or Colorado. They will bring traveler into the heart of the min ing regions witii litlkor no staging. Governor Fremont assured us re cently -that Eastern capitalists were thoroughly disgusted with Leadville properties and were turning toward Arizona with i view to investing their cash in its numerous rich mines. Salt lliver Valley will have occasion to rejoice for there is no reasonable doubt that hundreds of tillers of the s-il will, attracted by its easy access, pony into this fer tile country, take up farms and identify them-jclvas with the coun try. Along the line of the A. Sc P. are coal beds unequalled by any ia the world, excepting perhaps those of Pennsylvania, also ledges of great wealth of copper and tin, that can only be developed with the aid of railroad. Thousands of tourists will annually visit the tre mendous and sublime gorges aud canyons for which A;;zo:;a has been celebrated and it will not be long hence when Arizona will take its place as one of the States of our glorious Union. All the Illinois State bou Is have bees called in, and interest trill cease after January let. Tb.3 State will then be out of debt and have $100,000 iu the treasury. This is one reeuif ot tuo continued iiepuD- lioaa administration iu the State. Th". HittAT.D is the jonrralistic I guardian or the Vulture aidTip-Iop mioing rasnps. .Nearly eve;y b tsi- br.sg men tlilere re a sub6CriDer 10 luo Mailv Hefs.i.d. AX EOiTtiB s TMIi, The Phoenix Heiiald is per haps as well FUppiied with co: res pondents as any other paper m ll.e Territory, aud through that source our readers are constantly in re ceipt ot the doings and -happenings in our various mining camps. But occasionally the editor of this pa per, finding a few days spare time oa his hands, improves it by a per sonal inspection of our mineral wealth. Last Sunday tuoruing at 3 o'clock the said editor took a seat in one of Gilmer, Siiisbury & Go's stages and by breakfast time was at Agua Fria station, kept by il. II. Ca'tderwood, 22 miles amy. This station has always been one of the best ia Arizona and it still keeps up its lick. This is the only place on the ty iniie deceit where animals water, which the owner sells at 0 cents per head and is evidently disposing of considerable quantities. Twenty six miles more brought us to Sey mour, a town about as near dead as possible. Two stores are here I located, both combining the quali ties of store, saloon and hotel. Considerable rivalry has existed between these two citizens, which resulted in a fight last week, one of the combatants using a knife with which he cut his opponent on the wrist aud also a large cut in his shirt; in return ha cf the knife was badly whipped and yields up the honors to his rival. From Sey mour 12 miles up the ILissayampa is Wickenbnrg, 'also a very dead town, although many yeaja ago it was one of Arizona's principal cities. After a few hours rest and supper at Mr. Klein's Hotel, we joined fortunes, for the tiui being, with a mule aud sUrteo by inoou light, a'one, IS miles for the Vul ture or, as it is known to Eastern investors, the Crutral Arizona Mg Co. and what the c nnpany id doing is described in another column in this isue. This mule the one we rode is a political mule; it is also blind in oaa eye with a larre erlass eye in the other. This mule- changed owners cn the hut Mari copa county election but that didu't trouble him a bit. Mr. Kfein bet Mr. Joo Fugit the mule that Kelly would be elected Sher iff. The bet was taken but the last named gentleman wished to draw out the next day, which was no allowed. So the transfer will b' made as soon as the official returns reacn mcseiiburg. liiio is a good traveler, also good looking and has very Iods ears, very sun lar to those posseised by some of the editors of the Heualts rivals We icturiied by the road we came well pleased w'th what we saw which we tell of elsewhere in this paper. TL'ii fiiir CsoiBients. The New York Herald has a eulogy for tb.3 Chinaman. It sel dom speaks of hiui iu comparison with the poor white man r woman, but in derogation of the latter. Here is what it has to say, allud ing to the disgraceful mob wLich recently took plice at Denver, Colorado: The Chinaman never stands treat ia bur-rooms. The Chinese lauudryman washet clothes as cheaply as white woman do; he does the work no cheaper, but he always does it well, and the clothes always Some home full count and not mixed with those of some other person or family. All is sevsre oa quarrelsome, lazj' labour?, rum shop loafers and the heavy brutes who lire oa money earned by their wives at the washlub. Admitting that drinking at bar rooms is au American custom that would be "more honored in the breach than the observance," and was still have the fact that the money so expended finds its way back to the benefit of nearly every branch of industry in the community' while the savings of the Chinama'i are hoarded to be scut or taken back to his home in the "Flowery Kingdom." He does his washing cheaper, but uot better, than while women, and his presence is obnoxi ous, for the reason that he deprives th.'se same white women, by cutting under their piioe of the food with which to support their children. As to the "eomiiig home of the clothes" from a. Chinese laundry, it is su spected, on the best cf presumptive evideuce, that their clothe deliv erics are what occasions the origio aud spread of the small-pox. S. F. For the benefit of young gentle men to whom cigarettes tre de;r, the wav in which many of them prepared is submitted. The diligent Chinamen have di7ided the beats of the city among themselves, and at early morning when the spittoons are cleaned cut are always on hand. The cigar stumps are carefully gathered by them, brought to their cellars, dried and sor'ed. A portion are placed ia a tub of water, aud in this tub the Cliinaman stamps out the juice for the purpose of dyeing the papers of the chocolate-colored cigarette. The other portion is used for the filling. Now, boys, smoke your cigaretts and be happy. S. FM Stock Exchange. Mr. T. S. Stackpolc is busy filling a requisition for one hundrtd tons cf hay for military posts in Arizona. Two car-loads w'int forward yester day and others will follow to-day. Troth at IiMcount. Monday afternoon a stranger, whose whole appearance was a uead give away on his i!ipiy pockets, entered an C'liic iu Exchange i.l;ice and iisk cd : "Do I !iok like a mis sionarv about to sail lor India ?" "Xo, sir," was the prompt reply. "That's right. 1 like people to le frank v.ith ii:e. Do I look isit'I should turn missionary?" "., sir." 'Good acain. WouM you advise me to turn missionary?" "Xo, sir." "Thanks. I see yon are business !r.:in. I'm miotv.er. I rutin- in here e.iie.uisiir.c l tell you that I wss a missionary s'Kvit to sail for India, asid asl: yon lor a small fjinaii'ii. You woiii !ut have give a uie a cent, would vua ?" ' Xo. sir." "That's p'iMi'p, find it p!fses me. Xovv, tli-.-r., I'll'uli you the truth. I've no i:nmev, r.ol'niHg to do, don't waul work, expect to have a tins rub this winter, and will he much obliged for the loan of ten cunts." "Can't spure it.'' 'Xut even when I tell you the truth?" "No, sir." "Then you don't care w hcllier'I lie or Ul the truth '!" "Xo, sir. I can't sec how it eSects me any." "Vcvy well. It does cie pocd to find a frank, honest man, and on the whole I'm not disappointed. 1 you had lent ne a dime it would huTe njiie for whiskey and 5fen wast'; if you had believed me I should have lied to you. Seems as if you miaUt recommended me to some ons in the block on whom a. pleasant He would have t-fXeet ; but 1 won't p.ess the matter. Au re-roir!" "Y.tas, there's mor.ey made In stocks, no doubt, said the old crn, as lie removed hit: -hit arid r:i his fingers thiouh his i;ray locks, '-jui it's a ree:ky iiiiC-s ; it's sur;;i;a' like Letting vh:ir lighising's ;-o-ieg to sirike, with the ;;dds ia favor of "hitting the tree you s.tacd v;iidir.,: "Thea you never spuculate?" "Never. I Uii; liloag ca ti 1J farrc, lain" o;ie crop with .-i;o:;.r, and pv.liing out stuu;;s when I've nothing else to Jo; slid if- I Coi'l make "adj grw.it i.hi.kes 1 haTeo't anything to worry ever. I had a puriy solemn warning during ihs coal ile excitemeat, liad il cured ue o' specula: iu." "How was that?" " W'aivl, I wa-i a widower thsn ; wite fell down the well a:iU wts draw-ed out as stiilusa poker. I had a bi farm, lots ol stock, and was called purty solid. Vf'e all got excited about ile. aud all of ii.id:;g more or less holes in se.u ch t:f '-ho si nil. AU of a sudden, a voider lirie' about two miles flora me found Ue in a dozen diifcTMii i-di'-'-s oa her form. She was a wider w:la a b;'.u cos, tr.:s!es ail over her facs, eves oa tbe soida and built ur liha a camel. lint when s'ne struck ile luut -vus a uiiic-e tl.ioir. Old Deacon Spooner, who wts a widuwer. 2t raa!iei rit'.t aT7ar. Our pre;'.chr, wbo had lost Vis third wilts, siw the spec, i tiiov-iriu it ever and coEC-ludud she was aa atsfl. 1 guess s-m six or seven on ua bej;un couitin' t'aat wider wiihij, siU'en hours af '.or th? first siht of lie. I i;i:ow tiia procession reached from the gate to hcusu." "And you irot ter?" -Xot much I didn't, and that's what I'm thinkful for. Smnphow er other I couldn't wor't up ttha pint. That no-e kinder stood mine wr.y eery time 1 was ready io pop the question, fcha :vcted like she wanted '.v.v, but Dcatoa Suonner sot the best of a!! of us, aud they ai'.ide a hitch. 'Ar.d whit?" -2otRip, sxcept slie had d0.-3 tthftl firm wr.h a barrel o; Hi, aoo thus got a husband for herf ilf and a home" for her five children. "When the news came oat I was s old aioHs the b!ub-lHne that they h-id to kiver ine up wiih a hoss-bl.tntei, anu since that time I hiwcn't er-n had the nervr to i.uv t.l "evj-n cect a dozen and hold 'era for a rUa." Al J'.ifi'.ieroue Bailr Journal: The A. & 1. track hits riow r?ac4:d jtl K'.to. about Sftv mil S3 west of ihe A. T. & S. F. Junction; the wire is up coeirXctiniT the yard here with the fiont by teleriiph, and thj line Is ir; complete worl;:nsr on-.tv to ;nc izt- ciiiiai stuUon. i he aerare T::l? or speed on the tr.ies jur.t i-jyed has been ulxut a mile a;:d a ooar'.rr per day, which ia very g'.ttd ci:isi,lt-rin.u' the character of the ground, worfced over, cnU it' kept op would oo:3ple! the road :o the Little Colftraiio in less fiian two yesrs. Traiss .tre run. ning resrulKrir. two trains in5 ut from and r.rrivinjj at Vh All;uquer- que depot dily. Le-tfrto Frescott J.'cmoirat. lue opinion :s somenhitt prevalent lci the track lvindr will cease at Mc- Carty's ranch, SO milis ve-.t of J.a- guna, uiit:l t-prinj, say, April, M, in th::t Cf..'e, tiie tr.f'K will not rsaeh Fort V'iii''a'? until June rt-xt. The gicttig jriii cs conunuoa k;i meter, a. id the lavins; of the iraCK 18 fcpriEs; will be pr.shed, so 3 not to deliy the wor-t. J he con!rc: tor me i;rauia are now let to ihe Arizona line. Final 'o'.y. The following r.rc tbe ofn.erc looted iu Pinal couuty all Uemo crals : For the Council Anderson. For Assembly liobb and Doran. For Supervisors liartiesou aud Cook. For EherifT Gabriel. For Keeonler Pevine. For Treasurer IJrady. For Ilifjtricr Attorney Summers, For Public Adminisiraior ilorris Terriisrisl Xt93S. The Fremont-Silent Srridi -ote have made another payment on the Black V arrior, 1-ecii uii;rict. Last week on Monday 13.S00 ff.-t of track, or overturee rui.es, was laid in J.ew Mexico by the b. i li. II. construction party. Those who imagine there is a scarcity of money in Tombstone says the Epitaph, should iraze on the stacks of ied c'uecUs piled up oa the fare layouts. A recent fire iu "Walnut Grove, Ta. vapai county, destroyed fb'JO worln ot hay, belonging to ilr. ileyers. Sur.erintcudent li. Ii. Haines, of the Western Union Tfdearrap'u Corc-punj-, arrived in Tucson. X. ii. Fulmer, chief bridge builder ot th"Bonoia r.iircail company, has just arrived Irosa Ouayums. lie re ports ij j riiils of irri; laid and 1 i.Mfnaoiive ani mean at Guuaymas. Thirty mile of irou have arrived, and two shiploads more expected thU mouth. The grading is done by Yaqui Indians. the company not hav ing iatrodiice'i a:iy Cbinete, lliev iug that the Vaquis would kill them ou tight. Star, A short time fince the Windsor mill worked a quantity of Eureka ore (raw process) up to ninety percent of its pay value, and the bullion went 975 fine in San Francisco. Can any body in the Territory Ler.t that for free" ore? Drill. Kev. G. II. Adams left Wilcox vesterdav for Central Cilv, Colorado,-1 on business conuected with the M. E. Cnroii. of Hint place. He will re tnrs t Tncen r tk Venus. Mr. R. G. Jenkins, F. R. A. S.. lias endeavored to show a singular effect of the planet Venus upon the earth. The present British Astronomer Royal proved, many yenrs ago, that the" disturbing effect of this planet was so great that the earth was mat erially pulled from its orbit. Mr. Jenkins shown that il is to this ac tion that we must look for an ex planation of the cold waves, which occur cn an averasre everv eitrht vears as iu 1829, 137, 1843, 1S55, 18-o3, lSTl. 1879 and that for the next forty years the temperature will be below the average, lie stales that a heat wave has been observed to pass over the earth every twelve year?, nearly cotemporary with the arrival of the planet Jupiter at its perihelion, such a wave fceinj; now close St hand. Tiie Phcenix Herald aud the Cali foi'i.i;! have arranged to etub on the below named tcrm-i. The Californir.n is the best anil most popular monthly ever published on the Pacific Coast. It is the only magazine west of the Mississippi Valley, and is full of the vigorous life -f the Great West. I;s lare r.nd handsomely printed payer? arc rilled with interesting and valu able contributions from the pens of many of the ablest mid most eminent writers in the United States. It is universally and kiahiy commended by the local and Eastern press. It is the risin-r magazine of the day, and its execUencB increases with" each issue. Yearly subscription in ad vance, $4.00. Single Xumber, Jio cents. Furnished," Postpaid, with this paper ( the price f which it ) for $7 cash in advance. Send your subscription to this office. If you want. Posters If you want F.nvclopes If you want Dill Heads If you want Statements If you want Box Labels If you want Xote Heads if vou want Show Cards If you want Ball Tickets If you want Programmes If jou want Letter Heads If you wr.nt Bank Checks; If you want Auction Bills J you want Wedding Cards If you want 3usiness Cards If you want Justice's Blanks If you want Invitation Cards If you want Pamphlets Printed If you want Business Wrappers If you want Job Printing of any rfeicriptioa, done in a most satisfac tory manner, you can satisfy your wan?- by calling at or addressing ni Ukjiai. PhcKHix. A. T. To thousand acres of land, with water rights, sufficient for irrigation. The r.bove land will be reuted on very reasonable terms in such quan litias as parties may desire. iVu.A. Hijfoorx. MISCELLANEOUS. CALIFORNIA ! BITTER: HETKATIVK, Ar.it 3jKKVI5iE. TH2 GREAT STOMACH REGULATOR THE IIEXlCAX REMEDY Dlisaces c! tl: '.Cidney3 & Bladder IKuZiniia S a WfxJfaw Herb, DAMIAIf A was firit marlf and drank hr ih? ?fexirns aTuN&c fr tLe Stomach 9!lvi Bowkls. DaIaIiA is ".cknowledsd hr tho that katf 3?J It to be a jjreat Intigqbatoji and Nektinb. DA.uIANA ;fct dirpcfly upon the Kizxets, DAMIAXA h ni'iidid Laxative for th I;ow.ii.S thus kee;jiug Lue 1.1TKB, frosi VM. B. HGOFER & CO., cie ifiili fer Arizona and 2Cew Mexico, in the V. S. and Sunora, Mexico. unholy ST. E. Farrinton & Co., Dealers in Getisr&l Merchanl A5B FCRWARDifiG & C0MMISSJ0N MbK CHANTS, Maricopa, ... Arizona We arc prppnri l handle luel freirbt aad hearT Tt:r.ljiporT on ihurt uotica. MSi-fc coois care Tl. E. l'ARRTNOTO' e. SPINNEY NO. I !. SVhARNY STREET, Treats all Chronic and Special 4i-ae. YOtTNa MEN IIO MAY 3K SLFFERIXG FROM tbe e:T&ct n i vouthfal foltie or indis' eretion. will do well tj avail themselves of this, tbe greatest boon ever laid at th hltarof nlTariTiir humanity. llt. SPIN'NEY rill yuammee to lerfcil for every cane o. Mniinal ww.icdmi or private disourte of soy kind or character which he an tier takes and fell to care. MIDDLE-AGED 31 EX. There are 01 any nt the are of tliirtr to sixty who are trw bled with too frequent eradiation of th blaaci r, often acootnpauied by a slight ruariitisr ortarninif sensation, and a weakness of the system in a DiADocr the patient canunt account for. On examtninir the urinary de posits a ropy 4etiinent will often be fuund and sotaetiriies iu:all partirles ot albamen will appear, or the co!or will be of a thin milkisb hue, aain rhanifinir to a dark and torpid ap pearance. Thero are many men who die ot this didi'nUy ignorant ot the cause, which is rhe srconil statue of seminal weakness. Dr. S will puarantee a pertVet cure in all such cases, and a healthy restoration of the genilo-uriuary srirans. P. S.-For private diabases of short stand ing, a full course of medicines, sufficient for a cure, with all instruction's, will be sent to any itddrcsy 011 receipt of $10. Ortice Honrs 10 to 4 and fi tor. Sunday from 10 11 a- 10. Consultation free. Thor utrh exaiuiuation and mivice. $5. Call or tdiiei, 1R. SPINNEY & CO., Jvo. 11 liearnj street 8au Fraceio PHCENIX HERALD. DAILY AND WEEKLY EEALD Ths Leading P: per Southern Arizona "Will dercte it3 columns to furthering the interests of Phoenix and Maricopa county and the southern porion of Arizona, it is the iDtentiori of the pub lishers to make the H ER A L D i a newspaper of the day complete in all its details and in every department Pfl.l A5 CK 3.1 A CI. 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 MISCELLANEOUS. OR ORES! nvinjr completed anrancrometiti; to co n.urat'j with isar. l-Vniicisco pnr1 ivs. we are Tiow pra:i -eel to itnnaie una uinposu 01 at Uiucbt market rales. Gold, Siiver and Copper Ores CRr'o.id, or in ?mr.ll lnts. Thoie contcoiplaiins p)iiiiiiis will liwd it to their iaterabt to ccmiuLinic:e with ue. R. E. Farrixgton & Co. WiCKEKS'JFiS HOTEL. Havint; mrciaPeUh- alfva named iiotc. 111 the town ot v icKenur. aori retiiteu iu mi u:nutial uiniiiier, 1 uin prepared to re ceive my frieuii. Tiie patroaace ol the travfliutr pnlilic is rcspt-ctfullv. solicited. The tsilile suppiit'tl vitu the host the lii'iiket atlimls uail sutlslucliou guar BlltPll. T. W. fiflclntosh CALIjruUatu, Is the place to get the Best &, Oheapest Counlry Produce Black Canyon Read. Complete accommodations for travelers, Fine Wines. Liiors Cigars. 01 hand. 6u &.y atsd trai-j for Sale. ralTSm OTTO bOLIS. Pr: O. T. RrmcBTS, H. IT. 2rsin ROBERTS k RYDER, COriTRACTCP.S & BUILDERS PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS Furnished. Estimates saade asd laarRtrri Shoj sontk ihle f Plaza. Phwaix. ART GAT.LEItT SoutliTAfs'T K r.t-T r.f FJa's. THK rNT)FP..I(tSK!. HAVING i M fvl hif tirvv (iu'If.-rv, i i.tt-.v vm I'sre;' to rscctitt: nil wt-r'u" in his line in the rn-it iyi, i;i;l at rait!'.!,;' isre;. A coiuntvTr assort niirnt of ARIZ' N A A fall I i i n of pirfiiri Krtirnf1 fm injt, t'ltromod. Stett-jHCoprf and tbTim- J'ictur-! frauird to ur'It'r. II. IiOTUKO' K. E. T- LoiYell, CARPENTER & PLASTERS3 All work ia tbe above line promiy auenuoti .to RESTAUKAT sCaplt&I Black, rh-ealm. BEST EATING HOUSE is The Salt River Valley. Our Tables are always sup plied with the best to be obtained in the Market. rolif Attention Paid to Cdfst C. Bauihi, Pkotr MISCELLANEOUS Arcade Breverv AND SAL00X. CkOlCB sVIFJES, LiQl'ORS hliD CIGARS Wf raannfiictiir the FINE31 sr.tii in ine leniiorv, wincii we Uli-r for siilo ljy the Kg, Gallon iiiiirt or liouie. e niuke BOTTLED BK.KR A SPECIALTY. JRDERS TILLED PEOilPTLT TTe hav oae of th Lpreat Eefrif-eratciri uipor;eu ltoui M. Louli. at (rrrat eiot aae o ' uablc uh 10 keep thtt Bcur iu tle baloou .coi fiu cruui;ut. .Luke 4r Thaliieiues A C E Pi C Y or TXK Bank of Anzorso PHCENIX, A. T. Tplesrranfcic or Mlrhr Exf nnr iravn on tfte ITinoipsl Cl s f the Cnitetl ictates and TriLT, prncrTAfo: on makf: adtak p n Oold unci SilTer rnllion. Terr1 toiinl and Oootity Bonrtu Hnl Wr.rr.qnli !;.. c.unt C-mmrrial Pniwr. tmwt Ter.fira r. lavaM on demand. nTtdrrnk" CnllfetjoBH and traxinnt a (rmral bankine1 hnsicns. mcm hoars from 9 a. m. to 4 r. m. M.W. KJS.I.E3. Cao!r. ASSAYERS, HAVINf aecnrpd the aervieea of ir. EOIiG.E K. KaLPII. from th "Tali fornin Assaj Otllce. fan Francisro. we sre prepared to make prompt re'urns of all orei minerals. Hold dut ana bullion submitted tor aay or Quantitative or Qualitative Analysis. Will send br return ftee rennlt f all aampleg rroeived by mail or exiraa( lraca accompanied hj caib. Sinie Assay for Gold ant Silver. ...I 00 Copper z IU L.' r.i . x t Hold. Silver and Copper S bO special ii'rmp to mui n a Pretcott.ilav 20, lfcBO. BLaKE & CO. 3 ers -MATERIAL The onrterirjned Sas Jnat rciTd a larja and complete aDa(trtMaent of DOOKU. MAkS II. anl Whirh are of a better onalitj and will be told cheaper than at tba Saxli KiM-try In Prssectt. AI! order!" promptir attaiided to. A''Jnirp street, otie.hail hiock north ol" the K, aid ie. 'j. i. tt-i:i.A:. Th3 Plaza Stable litTinj at all tiinee tit FiKST OF IEED AJJD Acccmmcdailcns ffr Herses, O.' any iu Norlheni A r.cna. Tbe under, hisrin-d der-ircs to tha - Kis cui-taners tor thrir former fatrona nd reqneiti1 con-tiiiuaiu-c. U a t.i Uivite ail others to uive iiim a cull- J. T. SHVLL, Fait Kide Plara. I'recott. A. T. Ball Beat and Shoe Maker. WenMnsTtOH trsret.atijelols C the Store f CitNUuieda. Fa."hionsle Voo i and Shoes of the best material made to ca-der in eleiit style. Perfect Fits Guaranteed. I ive my entir attecttoik custom made Ki.rU. and 1 bn re every re.r'(lity for tnyitf eutirt: vatisfu-ii tn. Benii n your orders. NOTICE is herebgiven that the County and Terri torial Taxes of Maricopa County for the yertr 1S80. are now due and payable at rrty office, at the Agency of the Bank of Arizona, in Phoenix, and if not paid on or before Ti)ecember 15th, 18S0, wi'il become delinquent. R. S. T nOM IS, Collector. Phcenix. A. . T., ) Sept. 3,180. f MISCELLANEOUS- Clipper r.liii r COMPANY. Freseott, Arize IT AVISO rrP-CHASKD THK 1NTFR - - t of J. i Wiley, hav rdtreict atov uiilU witb aew tri ii'iii! Eiieel)iry, ucd arv now bttir rtrat4rid thaa mvmt t lurn ifih all kinds of ilercbiuitsible, Clear, F.-noin?, us tic tul Surtaccd. MatiitJ Fioori"ir, llevclU Ilb, S'nnlfs, Sash. Doors, Mculdlssrs. c, at BED KOCK PRICES Gt 9wr itict before purciirAir' ittawLr O&C0 Cwiar Crtac anci 3 h iu nrr. K. fi. VAKKKK H. Morgan & Go. Washington Street, PHOENIX, - A. T. Issportor mad Dwlm i GROCERIES CLOTHING DRY GOODS, LIQUOK3, TOBACCOS, CIGARS, lie. At prices to rauit the times. lew Saw Mill. GEOr.V;. CURTIS, Proprietor. TrV and OBe-Titlf aniles south ol Preacott. Merchantable, Clear, Surfaced and Rustic Lumber, Matched Floorirp Casings, Mouldings, Panelings and Shingle:- Having now complefcrl, and iti fu' ojieratioii, rny new Mill, I am prepared to 11 or ders for OF THE FINEST QUALITY In short, everything in ni) line for the construc tion of First class Buildings- TEftltH: - Cash sn nrllvry All ordera sent by mail, or through the merchants prompt attention. Geo. W. Curtis. !M3 Ia3 id3t! : : -1 LUMBER! LUMBER! ! -AT- Clark & Adams' PRE SCOTT, ARIZOXA. nnTlnp moTcd our mill fire ralle. weM ol Preacott, on Willow Orcek. Near Thumb Butte, at a point within two nv.es of the Miller road, near Iron Spring, and having completed an excellent road vo the Miller road and to Prcpcott. we are now prepared furnieb any amount or quality of LOME E It Shingles, Doors, Sash, C atiis, Ere, at bedsock PRTCES. atari?. Flrar. Corn and Predars Takan In cxchane for Lnmtr. CLASS t AJAMS. i " ( ; 1 i I k k E9lS2l Sits! tfrisrSJI Ki DWXY H -CU LATO ICin-VrV: 1 fc;t a b n 1 1 a aaia-wwi i.r . - v . nK, si auws t l!.aet. v. mr aco'sit! J lSs.lV)..l!v.(r I.I tcs..i j lll .OUaal KHM. rlMla,M aas fcrs.tt ?k rtt l)llri(3l!K S.i M ii ! v c : r";ii i. j, j. fcojr uj matj -,s -n i -, , T f tlm f s . 4 f "a a a . ... at - a f awt as ' k.. M j.-, it lu. a t t... .... i . Brr( sV'U TjsaU4 mm 4 sTl M.. ITau.- Bat '. Ka;1'- f, tir rri i aM.aB, - - n -fa- y-ii ,i j. i - a I v Mai ajr i I w J iVI itljtOr?v.Mvr-ua. Sirl i. XM 5 aa aw : V-& ' , - ... Ut .W . Shipjsed Direct for - 395. m MtJattar taMki iWlaasawa AM J Ms -Safcas m L a Tb Mriisv P.-"iT!f Cos, health is mmi ELECTkO-MACN-TI c DICAX, BZXT. 13 rzrrr lzt!- Tun BxiT la 9tt- at mnmm o v WfaAt haa IMV Mifsji . asaaa.sa JM J m4 fl twttroecM.i X tf.aaia a tb W fcmrr oa vaurcaj u ? wet. -t 9 taW'. IMr.Tl lWa Jk akisl jr, 1 Aaltr-aJiW&l ' Iry to the criiS j i IM (Nil al.nr V fen tU I ill l Jit prvk. no Cv iv a-oa NMaJ" 1ft - ien hm arta M fth a-wri nrx to hai acl w fJ H-'1 I,"."! si aaVaaV 1ft viii Cm tkm ftafttowta i i in K Kroiti XXbUisJL lWDbaUA JRbciuntiiwaV iaia;-X liaWAsr cf Kdaaa Erini F - 1. Torp-ai JWwjtv 'IV. - r . i i-Wi AaVftV but ii climaora uk HiJ a. v u j m jaTili"j. mrii'tvj at tiiyjaa , jp waiJm ltaaMT - I?h; irrl. w:l aa-at i iw O ,. .'"a Horno West Elsctro-fslasnstis Ezlt w!th otp l.t- ITrftfttrft! ftft a-. , (pn14 aj wlioitM t tfw- is " -4 a thfpurfhaapr. Tasvn. IK'.a v u MOVHiOMrKY MlKUatU. am ii a i THE BALDWIN. Th Leaiinc T?Pt Saa ol tht u! c'it"' r . .!; J tl.e woritl. tvr k"4.v..a a -a- pectlt iJt Vr. Fa-uwa t: v. t--v. aud fUrui-'c. ilo. . -j ami larc ar?u. lvric u a&ji. aa aa oilier tracoa ikucsa. From $3 ta 55 Fer C35. Special cois?ra' V nr ttnt larctc. U a,.jji r- - rtaea ia wa-.iajj a( a N?.a atJ ;a.-aj cctts. ifKoom W tm-i Sv acr.'aai f As i ' -itsW . , MaaV