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NEW SERIES NO 177. NO 75
PHCENIX, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1882.
VIIL WHOLE NO. 8Go.
Governor Tritlc ) expected ' te'
,'turn home en or about the lt in
.TnrvV Uuhlwin nd Patricio at
Ceo. F.Contes'. tf
t. C. Ilurbt f, rf the Tucson Star,
wasted tbioieh phftnix to-day en
tDU'.'- for Tiiwou. He vaill probabiy
iboTT. R. al. O. as he
Is not an itinwnopJ t.
Trv a liot nt Will's boottnr:
KklU ty and cool off will an i. e cdd.
Tndar the mfiurnoe cf the recent
rains Ihe placer mines in the Santa
Kitas re reported to be mating a
handsome yield. Citizen.
A.rosrriVE cure for dyspepsia
Mrs Post and son will open a new
boarding house on Sunday noan m
the bouse formerly occupied by 31".
PaeUword. It wiil be called the
Arizona H- use.
Tee Mexican remedy for dis
eases of the Kidneys and Bladders is
Daniiana Bi iters.
.Bun Bullr,rhn during Lis sojourn
In Phrxnir, has become ft general fa
vorite with all, 'ook stage to Pies
ccU tv accept a rcry advantigeous
p'lion off"?. fci there,
i 1 voc v.:?it- a uobby and stylish
ehh't, go to Goldman & Co. for it, as
they are just in receipt of a Sn as
sortment i- that line. lw
x-Gcvern r Fremont arrived in
Tacaca froia Sonora about two
o'clock yesterday morning. The
etsge was overloaded, so for the last
four cr f.-. luiis he ctmc in cn his
cub cons'-' ;-'sncc.
The f ri.CBris and viciiity
sv'.U 3cd U to their advantage to ex
amine the oU-ck of Mii'.incry Goods
a; Koti-t:;al K-.itaer's, before par
a rsrt7 of t'.iroe -ROtncn and four
mn ri-:ing c?l Portage river,
nor Hougtoc, Mi.-higan, yesterday,
T.Len the fcoit overturned and two
v-coien tid one man ccmed Geo. La
CrccFe "ve-e d ro -Tried. Ii;dT3S
avcC tre otlisrs.
'i .- f.nes:i nud largest assortment
of Bu...t-.s Si. Vs. ifRtior, Grena-di-es,"C,
ever bi-ontktto Arizona
j.-u a-d a-t the iV.e ot Fust.
foa -t Rii--?r.-h: & ILutne-s' store
jui:e W. II- Stfcwe:: i- in Sa
rrri.icis( o and at present rfsidirf in
the Palace H-tcI. He h.;s Ione
much vi-iiinsr and nw feels ready
to return to his pot cf d'ery ia Ari
B. iia, and n i 1 be here in time for
the ope-iicg term of the next court.
5be 'at'se h-.J won an enviable rep
utation and his mauy frion&i will
bt Ifiscd to welcome his return.
Va dill aitenlion of our readers
to the adverti-seiuent of GusS. Eliis
&-Co. oa this page- During
text sixty ays this firm will sell j
ail ot trc;r immense mui.
tiliia tiii; cLiipest. The majority of
ti ir g:rdi si'l be said tt actual
cost, nrt many Eriiy'.es even below
coat, li d- no barm to visit
tV.-.'r e jre el aolice tbe remarka
bly Uw prices, even I you do not
Why can't vtmen turn famersT
Mrs. Nettie Steele sowed 80 aires of
wheat last winter, deducting all ex
penses she has one thousand dollars,
eei!ing her p-ai-i to Rosenthal St
I&jtncr for $1 50 per cental, and after
paying ail her faintly expense bills
for herself and four children she has
over six hundr dollars to Mart in
with for anKuei' 3-ear's f ruling.
This ia certainly better thnn teaching
the young idea how to hoot or run
ning a inillia;T shop.
The Democrats and Democratic
press cf southern Aiizona wi-j, if
they know on which side their bre.id
is buttered, drop their mi ik and wa
ter policy, end urge Delegate Oury
to strain- every nerve to secure the
passage, by ConreM of a bill reliev
ing us of the census frauds. They
have handicapped him with a plat
fv.iii ri'CJt r iruflii'ic which no
mea or, Mie iioket can be elected.
The opportunity to secure the pas
sags of the bill suggc-ted in the Citi
zen is a God-rend if he only avails
biBiseif of it. Cilizsn.
Mr. "Williamson, of 8tockton pass,
aboi.; eleven miles from Fort Grant.
sew inrre Indians a short oictance
froxk Lis reach yesterday morning.
Arroachsag & near as iwactica
blc, he thit they wee slaughter
ing oce ofLw bull?. Ee re.uraerl
l::rnc, una his soj-in-Iaw taking his
rv.ri "with him went out. Vp to the
t;L'ie ?Ltt messenger had left
U.er ha had not ifcturacJ. and it ia
ithred i e hilieai. Upon the re-
(;-: r. ; tl-c news Co'. Grant, com.
u lk:".: -rjonr cf the t?30js i.i the
il-:".' l,i fjC'i'Ltrj Ari'?cr'a, ordered
A- Dinth .'.a:ry, uaaer com-
rr. it I of 1-iei"
L. Ko2rt IlicnE., in the
Stockton pnst. 'witi-
Thii morring a telegram was re
C' iTedfroixi Billy - "Widmer, at Mo-D?-vell,
Etetig that Indiana had
besa teea creSing the Verde into
tha Camp creek country. As the
families of Ivy H. Cox and his son
3evly Cox are on a "camping 0"t"
expedition at Ash Grove in that sec
tion, some nncasiness is felt by'thelr
friends and relations in Phenfx, and
this afternoon party of nine, armed
and mounted, left town tot A eh
Tko Sew ladtaa rellry.
The Apache is oo tool. Not ooce
in all out dealings with him has he
Tcr ahrwn himrelf wanting in un
jerstanding or diplom.-iey. Oa the
outrarj", fc uadtcr.-tands the white
man bftter than the white man un
derstand Uim; he i thoroughly
cor.rrr-snt with the Government In
dian policy, and m-erpsitloH to it
lie luw policy of hfc? owu which
suit um just as wet! in shsjrt, he
knows on which Mde h:a bread is
buttered, and never fails to hoW it
right side u,:.
As will be seen by our ir.oraingV
dipalches they are pow having a
regular knock down and drag out at
San Carlos and as u ul it is the
poor hard working citizens who suf
fer and not the soldiery and pwlm-
ainfrmir Indian Aaents. The lormor
are, as a ceoera! tiling, too harmless,
and the 'attcr gentlemen-have always
stood in wkh ' their red brother?.
Now we have news of thretj distinct
marauding parties, all from San
Carlo?, on the war path at Ihe same
time. It appears to be a p'eccn
certed movement, and is no doubt
duo to lue news that Gen. Crook
wiil ehor;ly arrive and take m-.ttera
in hand. The Apaches weie in
furmcd of this fact almost as soon
as we were, and they all know and
fear him some from actual experi
ence and some from hearsay. This
then, is their new policy: To have
all the iun they can nnd get snfely
back to the reservation before Crook
arrives. It is a:so eviccni icai noi
being very certain of the exact date
of Lis arrival, they confine their
deviltries to the vicinity of the Res
ervation which they have long since
learned is their - ci'y of refuge."
Qce there, they are safe, for tney
kaow loo well that after undergoing 1
a mock trial they will be set free to
prepare themselves for another raid.
The next thing in order should be
the setting aside of a reservation foi
white criminals, where they can be
f;d up and rested until they are
ready to do some robbing and killing
and then return in safety to live on
government bread and beef and
sleep under Government blankets.
CiafTce ea li9 TiaII t
Special to the Hkr.id
Peicott, Julv 21 AdiiPtcli
has been received' tYtly, via Fort
JkicDowell, which says: Chr.ffee
has struck tbe trail of the Indians
who killed Charle3 Sixsby, E.l. Hu
dn and James Stinson's herders
Tewksbary and party stood In
dians o3 and made a gco.l killing.
The Indians are ni reported to be
breaking up Sat small parties Dr.
Ainsworth ;efl here for Carap Verde
to render assistance to the Meadows'
boys, w'.o are being conveyed to
Ctmp Verde and are still sixty miles
distant fro.n that place.
Lokdsbuio, N. yi, July 20. A.
tand of "White Mountain Apaches,
numbering between fifty and one
Kanut left the San Carlos reserva-
tion yesterday morniDg, ana wnen
about forty miles from San Carlos
on the Gila river attacked a tram
end killed one driver and ran ofl
fifty head of stock. They are head
ed for Ash Creek, and are traveling
on the same trail made by them last
pring. A courier was sent from
here on receipt of, the news to warn
the settlers at Clifton and York s
ranch. Unless the courier reaches
Clifton ahead of the Indians the out
rages of last April will be repeated.
A company has just been formed
here to construct a telegraph line
from this point to Clifton, which,
when completed, will enable the peo
ple in that district to be on the look
Camp Thomas, July 20. The re
ports from San Carlos state, that last
evening four Cliiricahua Indians at
tacked four teamsters who were en
camped within five miles of the
agency, between there and the
branch agency, killed one teamster,
named Farren and stole all the stock,
about sixteen head. They also ran
off some, if not all, of Appel's stock.
which was encamped one mile from
the agency. The Indians passed
the sub-agency, going north, at five
o'clock this morning, and cut the
telegraph line to Ash Ceek and
Apache. Burgess with twenty police
started from San Carlos early this
morning in pursuit. Farren belongs
at Smithville and leaves a wife and
A private dispatch just received
by H. U. Appel from N.B. Appel
rays: "Another Indi2n attack but
we rre all safe."
"Washington, July SO. "Wilson
W. Hoover of San Jose, has been
nominated for asssociate justice of
the supreme court of Arizona
Nbw Ort,eajs, July 20. The
ci .y was never in s teb perfect cr-a
ui'.ioa in sanitary resect as now.
The universal opinion of doctors is
,th?.t there will be do yelloiv fever
Memphis 13 qua aritiaed against
New Orleans, it being r" ported that
there was one case ia New Orleans
but which proved to be jaundice.
Tne sanitary condition of Memphis
and Vicksburg is excellent and the
Deadwood, July 20. A violent
hail storm visited this section
last night, doing much damage to
the crops During the past week
nearly half tbe crops in the Black
Hill have beca destroyed by hail
CoirsTAHTisoPLE, July 20. The
Porte sent Imperative orders to Ari
bi Fashf not to make aiiy move
ment. The Pxrtc has replied to the i Icd'-
ical note of the power, regarding
the dipatch cf Turkish troops to
Egvpt. The Porte propo es the as
sembling lor fresh conference. It is
stated the Spanish nmbasador in
formed his collragu'8 that Spain in
tends to station three gun boats at
each end of tin Suez canal to escort
the Spanixh mails through. Sh,
alo sends four ironclad to Ak-x la
tins. -- ;
Galveston. July 20. The D-mo-cra?ic
Sute convention nominated
John Ireland for Governor.
Jtllsrllanoaii Telearraai. --
-The Greetback convention otflf'e
33h congressional district, of Jlis
vhiri has renominated" Ira 8Hizel
tin" ' - .
A great fire is raging, ia. Smyrna,
Asia.- - Many houses have been de
stroyed. At Waterford, Ecgland, a railway
van containing a large number of
mill ary rifles and a quantity of am
munition was broien into and the
riflea and cartridge? stolen.
The condurt of the Khedive
causes much s-urprisc. . He has for
the last few days al'owed fevcral
. . . i
persons to oc at tne palace wuo arc
well known to have been intimately
connecteJ with Aribi Pasha. The
Khedive apparently trusts them, but
maybe he is endeavoring to get them
thoroughly in his power.
Heavy forest fires are raging be-
twrcn East l awas " ana an sauia.
Michigan. uonsiacraoie aamage
has resulted to pine and csdar.
William Prathcr who canre in
from the Tonto t:ountry yesterday,
hrimrg news of more Indian out.
ragea. One of tbe Sixby boys was
shot in the breast, ana tne oiner wuu
had left the ranch a short time be.
fore, has not turned up. The forrccr,
taking refuge in his bouse, stood
thera off several hours and thinks
killed three of them. Some of, the
shots which were fired through his
door were explosive bullets, and no
one in that part of the country used
them except Stinson's sheep herder,
so the supposition is that he has
been murdered. Sixby afterwards
took his horse, and wounded as he
waa, rode fifteen miles to a place of
safety. It is ilso repoited on good
Atlit.oritv that both of the Meadows'
.boysaxe.-itally wounded ia the
groin, one of them Iiavmg ooia
arms broken also. T he old man is
missing, as are also several other
oeraons. So far, the troop? ao cot
seem Vj l e doing much cf anything
and it is believed by many that tee
whole of Pleasant Valley has been
raided and all the settlers killed.
Copper ores such as our Nevada
miners -would not ioofc at are now
being successfully and piofitably
smelied in the east. Now, that the
Americans have turned their atten
tion to copper and' silver smelting,
they are making great strides m the
bu-iness. The Oxford Nickel and
Copper Company at its works at
Bcrgin Point, N. J., is smelting im
ported ores as low as three per cent
in cornier, and for a lot recently
offered, rnnni nir 274 per cent in cop
per, $4.88 per ton was paid. "We
doubt whether any other part of tbe
w&rld copper ores so low are smelted
with profit an eloquent proof of
the skill of American metallurgists.
P SEFF.BBED tOCALH
AdTertlietncnts tn this column will fce
iserted at 15c. per line each wcek.l
T"or health, strength and vigor,
drink Damiana Bitters.
Vn ti-tt t novnr hfeVf a SOlir Stom-
ach if you drink Damiana Bitters.
All respectable dealers keep Da
AVm. B. nooper & Co. arc agents
for Damiana Bitters.
- Elecancc and Parity.
Ladies who appreciate elegance
and purity are using Parker's Hair
Balsam. It is the best article sold
for restoring grey hair to its original
color, beauty and lustre.
Damiasa makes the old young and
the weak strong and healthy.
A delicious order is imparted by
Floreston Cologne, which is always
refreshinc, no matter how freely
Tf yeu want a good appetite, drink
Strayed or stolen from Desert Sta
tic, a medium sized black horse,
slightly collar galled en off side,
crooked tail, bent to the left. The
finder will receive 15 reward on
leaving him at the Herald Office.
"Well's Health Renewer" restores
health and vigor, cures Dyspepsia,
Impotence, Sexual Debility. $1.
A Card To all who are suhering
from the errors and discretions of
youth, nervous weakness, early decay
loss of manhood &c , I will send a re
cipe thi.t will cure you, "free of
charge." This great remedy was
discovered by a missionary in bouth
America. 8end & self-addressed en
velop-lo tbe Rev". JosepwT? Jkmam,
Station D New yerk. C;'I
and BsloW Go$, during tie next 60 da$.
Call and he Convinced.
O-tjlss !H!His Sz Co.
It lei the conenrrent testimony of the
public and medical pwfessioH, tbat Hof
touer's fetoniftch Bitters is a medicine
which Kcnieves reeulu epcedily felt, thor
oab and bcnlrn- Beeide rectifving liver
disorder, it inviorat the fedble. con
quers kidney ana bladder comolaints, and
hastens tha convalescence of those recov
ering from enfeeblinz dUeae. Moreover
It is the gran specific for feTer and acne.
iorsai oy ail ui uciT'fu ana x.eaiers
Is thoroughly acquaint
ed with assaying in all
Assayer for the Central Arizona'
J. a. L00SLEY.
10 000 Pianos
Cutt. Rent or
For Sale or to Rent.
160 Acres of land about
siv miles west of Phoenix
will be sold or leased on
reasonable terms, with
privilege of water from the
M ! LE( !
Delivered twice a day
Morning and Evening.
Three bits a gallon. 10 cents a qnait
v -i irf.irr-A"f PTJV
J. li. JtLJX 1 USJU.Gf. A
TOM SHERMAN, Prop.
Coraer Wash p g ton and Cecter?!B
Qeqeal Meftjjandige, at Cot
DAILY PHCENIX HERALD
J. J, GOSPER,
Fditor and Proprttor. '
Local Editor and Pubiisher.
P. C. BICKNELL
TWEBD t HANCOClC.
abllshcd wery evening except Sandfly
TERMS CF SUBSCRIPTION.
1 yr.. 10; S mos.. $5; per week. 25
I Yr.. 14. S Mos. 12 bo: 3 Mos.. SI 50.
Advertising Bates mede known oa app'l
C.W. ZTUkVK, Agent. San Era-'fiseo, Cal
T.. V. Saks. 65 Merchants Exchange. San
Francisco, is manager of the commercial
deDCTtment of the Tbokkix Hmat.t in that
city from this date He is aathorized to
take orders and collect for tae same.
L. P. Fish bb. Adertisin; Aeont, SI Mr
chants Exchange, fan Francisco, Is anth
oriaed to receive advertisements for tbe
colnmns of this paper. The liBa-4Lj. .8
kept on file at his otllce.
Mr. J. H. Bates. Newspaper Adverttsln
Agent. 41 Park Row, (Times Bnlldine) New
York. Is aathoricad to conuact for adver
O. A. TWIID. W. A. BAXdbCK.
Attorneys at La w.
Phei ,A. T.
ui Land "tuinea tn all department! a
OFFICE-Wcst WItinstoa St.
Five doors east of Post office.
Phoenix - - Arizona.
It. W. BOOBE
Attorney - at - Law-
No 14 Corcon Building,
Wasbikotoh, - - - -- - - i. o
I TTriLL attend to btisln ss of evsry des-
KW ln ., R.r.ntl I.ind Office.
Patents for inventions procured, defended
. . .. .1 .M.Mni).ni. tllllMUd
ana praiccuicu. vi.oc.........-.-
Fbaxk Tox, Joszr-a CAnrsau.
Attorn eys at I-aw.
Omci-Bcxl lor to Conrt House.
nrcin a wEi.iiS,
PaESCOTT, - ARIZONA
Will Dractice in all the Courts of the Ter
LOLA B, LAWREY.
TSACHCB Or TBI
Piano Ix' Organ,
TV. II. BLI ETT. 31. -.
..i..im1 fine stock of Dram con
stantly on hand for prescription purposes
ICE CKEAIT PARLOR
A full assortment of
Cigars, Cigarettes, Candies
All of the latest
Papers and Magazines
FREE READING ROOM
F. J. HcKEAlT,
WILL do a general transfer btisi
ness, calling for and delivering
parcels, packages etc. to any part of
Orders promptly attended to
TOM W SMITH, Proprietor.
The rooms of this new Hotel arc
all newly fitted uy, and furnUhed
with entirely new furniture
Everything is Neat and Clean.
Booms let bo the Day, Week or
Board can be obtained in ths
At the Bar can always be found
Wines Liquors & Cigars
Of the best l'.raal in trmju.
tmMneeR now before the
puMIc. You can nth.ke mon
ey faster at work for ne than
at anything else. Caipital
t needed. We will start yoo. $12 a day
num. npwards made at nome dt tne maasiri
ns. Men, women, boys, and girls wanted
. Yerywhere to work for us. riow is the
lme. 1 00 can worn m Bpaxu ume unir x
rrive your whole time to the baeine3?. Yoo
an livo at home and do th work. Ko oth
r hriAintAMa will nav von nearlv as well. No
ne can fail to make enormona pay by en
agin? ar once. Costly Ootflt and term
c. .Tioner maae it4i. wsny uu uuhvia
ddreea Tbu fc Ce, Ang nata, Main
CAUTIONED against JSPUR10US
is the prtlyoiudcr con
sistihg of nothing but
i SAN FRANCISCO.
. . AJTD , . -
ew Htlaniic fHOieS.
207 IVIontgomety Avenue,
Corner Kearny Street, San Francisco, Cat
rhe Leader of the Leaders
Rosenthal & HCistraer
Wm. B. Hooper &Co.,
INE AND MIL
Imoorters and Dealers in
Foreign and Domestic Products
Tucson, PhcBiiix, Guay
mas, El Paso.
Office- New York, 'M 3' Maiden Lane
We arc SOLE AGSNT3 lor
Val Blatz' Celebrated Milwaukee Beer, Dr. Siegert's
Angostura Bitters, Damiana Bitters, Macondray
& Co'b Louis BodererChmpagne,Haraszthy
& Co's "Eclipse" and "Grand Prize"
J. A. Miller Chicken Cock Whiskey,
Old Kentucky Log CabinWhis
The Coronet Whiskey.
Proctor & Gamble's Candles
BAY VIEW DISTILLERY, or Ban Franc isco,
CYLlFOItStASTAU OIL WORKS COMPACT.
GRAND CANAL FLOUR MILL
CRI3MA1T, TITRHAU & CO. Props.
four Barn and Shorts On Hand
At a!i timesat wholesale or retail
Plants, Bu lbs &.c
Dormant Bud Peaches
In larp-c ouantititles. Seed and nurs
ery catalogues., separate, and sen
It. J. TRUMBULL & CO.
Jt-4t Saasome St.. Sen FraPgi!-o
AUIZONA and SEW MEXICO for
A SPECIA TY
T. G, PARKER & CO
237 Keaent Steeet xeab Bcsh
sax fras92 sco.
Bsine5sSits 25to eso
Dess Sits 4 to 50-
NO shoddy Trimmings or Chinese
labor employed a few facts to
b" taken into consideration.
Fit Warranted or m gala
Cures Eptlrtio ras. -stuns.
Su Vitus ivu.-. w JMfcM
insanitr. p.m)f K i. km
t-u. NC-orai-ria aal
The tutU'.aile rvt ."'-:.
eruJioato rr srw. r i
raixrem-n M C a
t. bene ethev oimo. iwm K twjara t
It utterly desttvr tBf. (pir " "
by nautraOiiiK th ti"1r t to -poison
ixi ih pT-Ma a- s-1.
cruliaat. tim tia. ASO. a4 Ufcr ..
trcj s line c.iuiW.
Cares Fotnalrt W" ir-t-v --r-J W -'-itr.
LeacwrrvM or Wants. r;:t
struati.ji. l leerat r i
ternl heat G-avI- IsS.bum:'"
Blaar. ImtnUMt.- ' l- f
Kor WakciuittM t t-
better r'iuetr. Iuria v 1
lire. c FeaialV s.,4 9 .tas i- j
qaUts the ai-tvoa -. " a tt ri .
coaifuit aaU Br.;ur"9 --.- j
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h.hlt of oaiaia kit Ti-" i-"- "
habit, are hy aUf ww.
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s-ystera a4 rws: !" aji
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dUrars ft ik? Kiu-;
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ofo:ire iiou versoas ww nr
utdicine. and also tnesr ecast. pv
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