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THE PIICENIX ESRALD.
Friday lfpcaiber 17. ISSO V.- enployco of tiii office, aijrnt jr othe tasit a authorized to make purchases or oy.tract debta for and on account of the Himid. Xo bills asainsf the Herald will be recognized excupt for purchases and con tracts made by the proprietors personally or upon their written order. MARICOPA MATTERS. Local Events cf Week. the Past A3 They Appeared in the ''Daily Herald." JIOKDAT- Mt. Soman has gouc to Maricopa on a tliort visit. M:j'r Chaffee of Fort McDowell is in the city. The Board of Supervisors rcrc in regular session this morning. Pistol firing W becoming quite common on our streets at night. Barney Martin left last evening for his home at Antelope Peak. As we go to press the sale of the AYoulscy est at J is in progress. Messrs. Dexter and Garcia have returned from a prospecting trip to the mountains. J; our arrtsts ol drunk ana dis orderly were made yesterday by Under Sueritt" McDonald esttrilay was banta Guadalupe V Day and our Mexican brethren eel aafe bra ted with a good deal of spirit. Sheriff Walker of Yavapai county, passed thruiiuli Phoenix this morn ing with a pri-souer for Yuma. The net proceeds of the Union Sunday School entertainment held on last Thursday night were $49.50 Gilmer and Salisbury, lie popular stage men, are at present in Tucson but we understand will be in Phoe nix shortly. George Brown and a Deputy Shcr- ift of Yavapai county, with two in sane persons in choree, left this inoining for Stockton, Cal. L D Norton, J Ii Walker, "W II Rcavfc, Mrs Stenbrcok, Mr Dexter, Mr Garcia, It B Thorburn, ore regis tered at the Bank Exchange Senor Rehetti gave a ball last evening at his residence in the northern part of town. Our Mexican reporter states that it was a mvy Jino affair. Quito" a number of street brawls occurred in the eastern portion of town yesterday, in one of them a Mexican woman being Blightly in- j ured. There has been quite a boom of tax paying nt the Bank to-day,so Mr. ilazeltinc informs ns. Kemembf that your taxes wlH kivome delin- (iu,n it ioi paid before the 15th of this month. The increase of travel to the Ter ritory at present is enormous, and Ilicenix is beginning to get a share of it, as will be een by the list of our hotel arrivals. The announcement that Rev. J. A. Merrill would preach at the Presby terian cnurcu yesterday mornincr drew out quite a large audience. The gentleman delivered a very elo quent discourse on the subject of the "Prodigal Son." At the meeting of the Union Sun. day Sehool.yesterday, it was resolved that a vote of thanks be tendered to the Phumix Brass Band for their gratuitous services on Thursday eve ning; also to the ladies who helped in the entertainment, and the public for their patronage. mi ,1 ine lojiowing arc the arrivals . Alicenix Hotel: G Buckingham. D Mr. Sullivan of Williamson Valley passed through town Saturday on his way to Sun Bernardino. lie wil bring back with him some One blood ed cattle purchased by Mr. Gosper from the herd ot Jas. Waters, Jr, lie will return in about a week nnd will rrsl the entile hero for a few davs before taking them to Prescott. We will eive notice of their arriva and hope our farmers will not mis: the opportunity of seeing some very Cue stock. The first railway mail service in Arizona was put into operation last Friday. The value of this service to the Territory is incalculable, as will effectually do away with the ir regularities and unnecessary mis takes which have so frequently or. curred by non-responsible parties throwing off the wrong mails and enrrviner on to Tucson those for northern Arizona. The route is from T.o5 Anireles to Tucson, and was started under the supervision of Gen eral Superintendent II. J. McKusick and his chief clerk. J. C. Coolidge who are on an official visit to the Territory. It is getting past the usual time for the bcrinninir of our winter showers but still no agna descendcth nor do the heavens hold forth promise of any. In fact the situation is such thac wo have an excellent opportunity for springing upon long suffering public the ancient gag about the "parched and thirsty earth crying aloud unto the brazen skies," etc., but we don't think it would be ;nfe. Our front doors cost too much money to be smashed in and ruined by any infuriated vigilance commit tee. The Yuma Sentinel states that 'Orders have been received at the Government Telegraph Station here that uo more repairs will be made oa the Government Telegraph lines in the Territory. We are at a loss to understand the precise object of this proceeding and hope that there may be some mistake about the matter. On inquiring of Jlr.S.L. Pat ton, the manager of the signal service of fice here, he informs us that the above refers to the line from Mari copa to San Diego as they have no further use for it being on the line of the Western Union. The Govern ment still inlendstokeep the interior lines in order and for that purpose are sending out more iron poles and fixtures. TUESDAY. ?le occu- of The jail is without a sin pant. The Phcenix flour mill is tempo rarily shut down on account of the non-arrival of sacks. Lt. Perkins of Portland, Maine, and Jas. II. Anderson, Silver City, M. are at the Phoenix Hotel. Messrs. Gilmer and Salisbury, the stage men, have rcturneu to can Francisco from Tombstone. Jas. Stewart, the efficient superin tendent of the Gilmer & Salisbury stage lines in this Territory.returned from Tombsto"- '' '"-"-s The four Mexicans who were ar rested Sunday for drunk and disor derly conduct were released yester day on the contribution by each $10 to the County Treasury. The following are registered at the Bank Exchange Hotel: M Weil T W Curtis. II N Plate. John Base James Stewart, L J Stevens, G Tvks. Geo W Thompson, S M Wes sels. The Board of Supervisors have ex tended the time of the Tax Collector for making a settlement with the county to the 24th inst., which gives tardy tax payers until that dale to settle with the county, The sale of the real estate of the Woolsey property took place yester day afternoon. The prices brou-rht are considered quite good. The town property sold for 3,:J35.50 and the proceeds of the cutire sale amounted to $4,GGS.5S. If i ou want the sweetest, mos W Anderson, Mrs Blair, Carmen Al- juicy and palatable bread, go to J, varez, WIl Seamans, B F Ames J Heinson's bakery, opposite the Court A Merrill and family. Uarl IJeddinir. House. He ha3 tho only Z P Clark, J Y T Smith, R E Light burne, Mjor Chaffee.wife and child, Charles W Lafavre. Caj t W. II. Seamans, Deputy U. S. Revenue Collector.passed through i-iicKinx on tiuiiday from a visit to Tip-Top and the Peck Districts, He reports everything as looking well though comparatively dull. The Peck mill is soon to start up on Sil ver Prince ore, which he thinks will make things lively in that section. Mr. B. F. Ames, a capitalist from the Quaker State, and who has boon in Tucson for the ) ast few months, pvis on our streets yesterday, having returned from a trip to the iniDes in the northern section, in company fwitii Capt. fceamaiis. He is well fdeasel with Phtenix and the sur ounding country. A petition is being circulated roun l town for establishing a daily Inail service between Phoenix and jPicet Post by way of Tempo and LUcsa City. The increase of popula- lon and the business connections fvhicli so closely unite these two daces demand this additional mail jf.icility and it is hoped the petition twill be granted. The sugar cane planted on Super visor Wormser's ranch has reached he height of six feet and is two nches thick. He has made some xcelh-nt molasses and panocha from t and will send sonic of the cane to Major Hooper, the gentleman who it rill be remembered, introduced the ane into ihe valiey aid who is iiuch interested in tho advancement knd development ol our section. After smoking one of Soman & Ieinc's fine cigars, our printer felt a ;reat deal like the poet did when he xpresscd his feelings in the follw--ig quaint and terse stanza: Sacred stlb'tancc! sweet, serene; ;oothin;r sorrow's saddest cvne: pYent-sulFusing silv'ry smoke, oftlv smoothing Buffering s strokt ; r-olacing so silently Mill so swift, so sure, so sly; noke sublimated soars supreme, h Aceltst soui-iuaining stream? He has the only artesian well in this town and the bread he is making can't be surpassed. Try it and convince yourself. A meeting of the Knights of Pyth ias will be held this evening for work in the second degree. All members respectfully requested to attend. By order of the Chancellor Commander. O. W. White, K. ol R. and S. A pleasant surprise party was given in honor of Dr. and Mrs. O. J. Thibido, at their new residence last night. The surprisers met promptly at 8 p. m. at the residence of George F. Coats, Esq., and there formed in line and marched to the scene of festivities, and tipped the light fan tastic toe until the "wee ema hours." Among those present we had the pleasure of seeing Judge Tweed and wife, Judge Hancock and wife, G F Coats, wife and daughter. Mr. Palhemus and wife, J V Collins and wife, J Lutgerding and wife, X Herrick and wife, A L Henshaw and wife, E I Fuller and wife, S E Pat ten and wife, O P Roberts and wife, Dr li L Rosson and wife, Mr McXul ty and wile, Mr Woods and wife, Mrs Dr Sheets, Mrs 3Iayer, Mrs Kel logg and daughter, Misses Barton, Rodger?, Woods, Jennie Linville. Shearer, Minnie Beechum, Judge J T Alsap, Messrs George Luhrs, O W White, Ryder, Hotbrock, Owen Kel logg, Alex KeIlogr, Alex Lansbcrg. Riggs, Reed, Patrick, Willie Woods and Willie LeBar. About 10 o'clock a sumptuous repast was served, after which dancing was again indulged in until 12:30 a. m. when the happy party commenced to depart, loud in their praioc of the pleasure thry had, and wishing the Dr. and wife not to partition their beautiful large room, but continue to give hops, and erect something of a reversible character to enable them to transform it as i' were into a ball room. The ladies who managed the afff.ir did well, as they are in all probability in the habit of doing, especially ou such occasions. c hope the Doctor will continue to build, and still higher. WEDNESDAY. It raincth. To-day is S;iU Eusebio Day. Sheriff Walker has returned from YumA. The Phoenix flour mill started up again this morning. E. W. Moore is registered at the Phoenix Hotel. General Kautz left for San Fran Cisco last evening. The total rainfall for to-day, up to 1 o'clock was 11-100 of an inch. I he JNellie Uovd I roupc have se cured rooms at the Bank Exchange. The Red Men will have a hop next Wednesday evening. All mem bers invited. "We notice M. J;. Peralta, one of most enterprising merchants, is back from Tombstone. A gentle shower began early this mornin? and, with slight intermis sions, has continued all day. T W Griffin, General Kautz, S J Stevens. Chas Maguier, Felix Laville and Joseph Walker are registered at the Bank Exchange. uur telegraphic report tails us to-day on account of the moist weather putting the wires in an un manaseable condition. A beautiful frosted gold Yegt Chain, weighing nearly four ounces, worth $S.j, for $53, at Uncle Harris' 221 Kearny Street, between Bush and Sutter, San Francisco, Cal. The Xellie Boyd Troupe will ar- rive m Phoenix to-morrow. The press has spoken very highly of them wherever they have appeared, and we bespeak full houses for them here. Mr. S. M. Wessels, wife and chil left on this mornings Maricopa stage, irom there they will goto GaylcyvUle, California District, where Mr. Wessels has extensive mining interests- Mrs. Wessels has oeen resuiing in I'hcenix for some months past and in that time has made many friends, who will join us in wishing her a safe and pleasant journey. We learn from Mr. S. M. Wessels that 12 carloads of machinery, lum ber, etc., has boen shipped from San Francisco to the CalirornialDistrict. The Texas Mg. Co. have bought all the engines, tools and material of the Ojo Mining Co., which had been shipped to Gila Bend.. This has been loaded and forwarded to San bimon. The California promises tn be one ot the leading districts in the Territoiy. The following will be of interest to our Base Ball players: " The Na tional Base Ball League lias made the following revisions in the plav- ng rules: The pitcher's position it moved five feet further from tht home base; the number of called balls is reduced to seven, nnd strikes to three; warning a good ball is omitted; the runner shall not have a substitute run for him under any clr- , cumstanccs. A base runner mav h ' ut out on re turn lug uu Xiis base afte a foul ball, if touched by the ball in hands of a fielder, after the pitcher bandied it. In scoring, the column ot hase3 on hiiS is subatitutcd for bases run, and of errors for ttdal chances offr-red. Tho Spaulding League ball was adopted for tho next season. T.1UUSDAY. Mud! And plenty of it. xuu loiai rainian yesterday was 51-100 of an inch. Prof. G. W.;Maynard arrived from Prescott thistmorning. G II Adams, Gertie Hughes, Chas Watson and Frank Curtis are ut the Board to Phcenix Hotel. Rev. G. II. Adams arrived yestcr ay from his extended trip to Col- orado. He left on this morninir'a stage for Prescott. Miss Gertie Hughes, daughter of L. C. Hughes, editor of the Tucson Star, arrived on yesterday's stage, in company with Rev. G. II. Adams. 3Ir. Meyer, the pa6tor of the Pres byterian Church, is about to take a to the Tinal and Globe. Rev. Mr. Merrill will officiate during his ab sence. Daniel Martin, L J Stevens, John Base, I 31 McKcnzie, Chas Vandc- ver, Thomas A Baker and G AV May- nard are registered at the Bank Ex change. AA'e advise all our readers to ''take n the sciopticon exhibition at the Centre Street to-night. You will not regret it. Exhibition commences at 30 sharp. Constable Blankenship has just relumed from a tax collecting trip to the McMillen country. He in. forms us that he was quite success ful, collecting 151G. and that there will be but few delinquents in that section. AA'e call attention to the advertise ment of Charley Chang, proprietor of the Dudley House, Prescott. AVe have partaken of several meals at the said house under the present management and can recommend the haracter and cooking of the food. Adobe Tom slipped on the moddy sidewalk in front of Jack Walters' iloon last night and in falling his left leg caught in such a manner as to break it just above the ankle. He is being attended by Dr. Rosson and, no doubt, will soon be all right gain. Act of the Territory passed in 1877, which exempts the Southern Pacific from taxation for four years, is not in contravention of the Act of Con- cress, which forbids the granting of special privileges to private corpo rations. The tax levied against the Railroad Company he decides is therefore void. The Red Men's ball last night is stated to have been an exceedingly enjoyable affair. The rain and mud did not in the least interfere with the pleasures of the evening as the Lodge placed carriasres at the disposal of its guests. An excellent lunch, pre pared by the ladies, was partaken of about half past ten o'clock, after which dancing was resumed nnd kept up until midnight.; Messrs. Kelly.McXnlty and Garcia furnished music. The following is a list of those present: O P Roberts and wife, T Crown and wife, Don E Abbott and wife, J AV Clark and wife, Geo Coats and wife, R L Rosson and wife, Misses Laura Coats, Rjjers, AA'ilson, 3Iorrell, Mrs Geo Bi jJ, Mrs Lay man, 3Iessrs Lively, Rosenthal, Ba ker, Thomas, Blankenship, Riggs and Osborn. As cold weather is setting in, and it being rather too much of a good thing to be continually yelling out to every one that enters our houses to ' shut the door," we publish the fol lowing by " Arissch " in Cheyenne Sun. AVe quote it, however, for the benefit of the numerous tramps that at present infest the town: Were you brought up in a saw mill? Ever in a house before? Did you work about a brick-kiln, In the blessed days of yore? Did you tend upon a saw mill L pon some rocky shore, Or Jive upon a side hill. AV here the wind could always roar, And couldn t get a gorgeous nil Ot cutting to the core? In any case, my blooming pill, If you wouldn t lose your gore And rile a man who'd freely kill Or scrub you on the floor, And Lrcak your heart, or bend your will. And ashes on vou pour. And hunt up every little bill l ou owe and many more. And stab vou with a goose-quill And parade the socks vou wore AA'hy, then, you blooming mud-sill lou thoughtless, brazen bore You breathing, shameless whisky still AVhy, d n you, shut the door! Advertised Letters. List of letters remaining unclaimed In Phoenix postoflice Dec. 13th, 1S80. Call for Advertised Letters. Donnelly, Fred James, J E Lesier, 0 H Smith, Josiah T AVeh, S F TABTAS ME.IICANAS. Corella, T Caravajal, Isidorio Billa, Candclaria Guerrero, Antonio L pez, Concep'n Moreno, Anita Sa'etuna, Jose Ruiz, Jcsusita Bayestcrosde Salazar, Isabel. Geo. E. Mowret. Postmaster. NEW A D VE R TI SE3IENTS. The Hall is being fitted up for the use of the Xellie Boyd Troupe and is the agent, Mr. Maguier, informs us, at considerable expense. This troupe has been playing through the southern part of the Territory for some time and are highly com mended by the press of that section. We bespeak for them a hearty w el come. A3 the subject of railroad taxation hr.s been a source of much discussion n those counties through which the P. R. R. passes, the following de- cision, dated Tucson, Dec. lOih, will be of interest to Maricopa Couuty: Judge Charles Silent decided to la', in an action brought by Pinal County to recover lajcs from the Southern racific railroad, that the Dudley House, PRESCOTT, AGAIN Sends Greeting to the Pub - lie Generally. Charley to the Front! ! Suit all $8 per Week. and $1C CIIATtI.EY Cll AXCi hn. li-.ispd th T)nH lev lloiife and will conduct it on a avsteni to euii all. The Iunre room in front will bt for regular boarders who pnv $8, or for tliosi who wish nu-als at 50 cento. Tho bark room will be for private parties, and jJlOa week or 75 cenls per meal will bo charged. BEST BOARD IX PRESCOTT. 0. J. THIBODO, M. D. Druggist and Apothecary, ....Also Dealer la ... Patent Med icines, Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Brushep, Etc., Etc. Slavcn's Yosemite Colorrne. Harmless Yosemite Face Powder and Toilet Specialties. West of the Post Office, PHOZNIX, A. T- For a lost boy, about the size of a man, barefooted with his father's shoes on, had an empty bag on his back, containing two railroad tunnels nnd a hushel of bung-holes. He wore a muftlechop coat with bean-soup lining lie was cross-eyed at the back of his neck and wore his hair cut curly. lie was oorn before his eldest brother his mother being present on the occasion hen last seen he was shoveling wind for the Chicago Conven tion, trying to raise money enough to buy his supplies from the firm named uciow. me onering we now mauc to Is one that is bound to stamp mo as the LEADER in istablishing " Close Prices!!" The Proof of the Pudding is in the Eating. HOW WE DO ST ! give PERFECT Satisfaction to my My Immense Success Proves that I Customers. Y GOODS! I have now in store, and keep constantly on hand, all the LATEST and best patterns. I am now showing NEW GOODS suitable for the PRES ENT SEASON. I have also a handsome assortment of Hosiery. Gloves, Ties, Lace, Edging, and Insertions Never pay your You can buy your money foolishly, but buy the most you can for it GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS At wholesale prices at my storo. Everythiu in this department Fresh! Choice! Cheap! A Benefit for the Public:! i HAVE REDUCED PRICES ON BOOTS and SHOES! M y prices will bo found to be Lower than any other house. Call and Investigate. HERALD JOB Office. Pamphlets Receipt Hooks. Letter Heads desallBlanks, Kali Tickets. if is 1 PS P3S R 1 en ti a ess y ss Phcenix, Arizona. Wholesale and Retail Dealer GKOCEKIES & PROVISIONS PRINTING DONE TOIORDER Every Department Gampiat j. fli ers. rrosrainin Circulars, Wedding Cards, and I have the latest and newest styles and guarantee to give satisfaction. Chairs, Brackets, Carpets and Wall Paper I I have the fiucst assortment in this part of the country. All Kinds of Work: for Canal Companies. COE AMD SEE SURE. 1ST. ROSENTHAL. New Goods Constantly Arriving Dry Goods ! ! Fresh Roasted an J GronJ Coffoe With neatness and dispatch Santa Claus has Come. DUBLIN FEED YARD, Opp. Herrick & Lutgcrding's Black smith shop, Puccnix, A. T. Our Yard Las the best water in own ; also ample room lor stock. By JSTOCK BOARDED the Day, Week or Month at REDUCED EATES. A Tlsr nt which mn ho found First-Clas iouort and Cisrarn. run in Cnnrrti"n wits the Yard. " YARXJSLL & SJIlTU.h NEW PHCENIX BAKERY. J. iiEir ciov Irrp. Washington trcet, 1 curl flout e THflTf loavr Itread Tickets, or Bread- or I. 12 All my Cakes are my own make anu not imported. Pit e aid 'a'jrg always on land. J rc id made to or li r. "ov.ll-tf. Tye UTON TUB Goldberg Are unpacking' the lar-l gest and best assort, ment of Toys ever brought to the Territory. Calf and see how Cheap thev are Marked at. Most Reasonable Terms Save Your Fdortey, AND BRING YOTJK "Watches. Clocks Jewelry, &c, &c, to V. TRUSV1PER, Practical Watch Maker AXD JfnVELEK PIICENIX, ARIZONA.' WILLOW GROVE HERD. The property of JAS. WATEKS, Jr AND AT TUB My TIEHD now nmnhers ahont SO hi-ad of I'uve H red Nhort Hornx of tbe mwt popular families of the day. Stock for sale at reasonable prices. Correspondence I soiicueu-n. Post Office adiikess. Saw Bkrxardjso', California, Location of Kami, one n alf 1 nine soiuueasl ol &au Jucrnaruiuu. OC13 Everv Day. AG EXT FOR PitEscoTT Stage Line BLACKSMITH ! JAS. LARSEH, GILLETTE, ARIZONA. I AM: now prepared to exocuto mil kinds of work in my lincflnd in a workman like manner. Ken- irliis done in the short est possible time. ThoC needing my ter- Tice wiiJ please cnii. JAMES LAISOX. Gilletts, Tip Top JlilUite, A. T. LOWEST CASH RATE; CALIFORNIA BAKERY. Washmgton street oppoeite Jelly'8 meat Market. Best Flour, Sweetest Bread. Twelve Loaves for One Dollar. Crackers of all Descriptions Constantly on nana. KYE BREAD, OHAIIAH IIR2AIV PIES Jt CAKES. always on hand. li7liot biscuits cTcry mornins.ffJ Caul Scheuek, Piop. MARTIN ROACH, COOPEB, It-VSI FACTCKER r BARRELS, KEGS. TIES, AS1 ALL K1MX COOPEE iVGE, Back, of Win. B. Hooper JL Co-" rilCEXIX. A. T. Ilaviiii had 15 -ar cTxriwc In thr QuariT!iiaMcr' IVp!tiut.ut at usj I i prepared to fill aiiT ucdcr tn my ua eatisfaction to all. W. J. SCOTT. CONTRACTOR All kinds rf M:isnrw rtricV cr Adobe, cxe utcd ou slum tkv. aiul in a s:itisfact ry m..nm r. t3"Oi'lM-s left m ili Ifmvt Olticc v itl oc irounUjr altvndr tu