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SALT RIVER HERALD.
ttetardajr Jiiitrj SO. TOWN AST) COUNTY ITEMS. FH0ESI2 PARAGRAPHS. Sprier ttsse has eosae la the Sail Rim Val lay. Barley ia getting scarce la tbia market. Hold- ra aaa three eeeie. Hoa I A Stevens will ha la towa tha latter pan f Beat week from Presrott. Han V II OMrtnvl pwln aw the Inter nil of tha Heme Insurance Ooip..y ia Mar.ru- county. Now n tba tiaM far gardeaing. Met ant ynnr wietet-s hoard "f seeds aad plant your hardy aorta of vegetables. Jivlre J A Rush left Prewrott far our town laat Friday morning; Ha will probably remain with aa n tiaM. J. B. Montgomery- had hc potatoes lor tha table la tba middle f Mar.-h List year. Who will beat tbia tha ptnral season Residents at emr valley having legal boeiaees wiih Presrort will Had tha rani at several rorjiieent lawyers Ir aor advertising columns. A. N. Janes, formerly Yuma, baa lomtd m rear town. Ha area in PVieeix the cming row of tba Territory, and bis settled accord- Morgan at Dougherty, watrha-akers aad snaaulaetoring Jewelers ot lr-rU. ere rsestem filutieg establishing a branch of their business ia -Fbucaix J W Swilling waatb irst settler to locate In the Salt stiver Valley, and ia the man whogare tha name to tbe ouming tuna of the Teniuay -l'bueoix. Thaxkb. The Httau.ti ia tbia. it flit issue take plraaun ia thanking Hon King 8 Wool uey air tha maay kiadneesee bestowed upon tu at 'different bases aad ia diaereat wa a. We have aararad tba team 4 ilr Parker a Aalt Riverite. to transport tba material of "fa Malt Kivsa Haatun from Prenm Phoaaic, which will ha started oa Mueday morning Oar enterrsriaing merchant. A Ooldmtn. late ly received a lot ot SSI lard runs lor rlilf-rent Isi nasi In our vutley. Tbey were manufactured la Prreot by C rrderielis at Co. whose adver tiaenent will appear ia the axt issue. Tba irst flouring mill lorared ia oar Tel-ey ia that now awaed by Mnjur C H Veil, and was built bribe "rustler" aad rate i prising W U Hsllings, at a mat of over afly thousand dullure. avad eaa truthfully be called the " Old Mower." W. B. Hellings has fmm to Califarnia to re eei re the I acre ia puymeut for hi pn-e-woja Star lode la Care Creek district. Tba aaVa T tbia seine aaa raiard great a.ipea ia the breasts of tba worthy nmiaem ia that district. Our Mormoa fellow -cilirens do not have eery gved luck with their Indian converts. Eeuch of the latter oa brine! baptized ia pieaeated by the ehureu with a auit of ekdncs, aad the euese ciiseaee ia they want tu be baptised eiaay liases. The Herald ia aow one of dm flxturee of lhoe afx It aaa been sta-ted with tba object ot per aaaaiary. aad will be Halt Kiver luatitu lioe iej every aanaa of the word, and what is f the talaraat of tha Valley shall be oar aim to ad vocate. For waat of a inon la which to meet, there sum beea ao BMeriaa: of tbe afarieiipa Library Aaeueiatioa this auauu. As tbe otBcara uf the yearahoald be eleetad at tbeiist myelins; of tbe year, this imponaat matter eauuld he alien. Ud toaoow. Preacbiaur la the Ceurt Hones na Roa.tny. the 97ih mat-, at 11 a. m.. by Hrv. Mr. W hile of tbe M. t-Cbuica. Rer. Mr. W kite was for tea years a member of the Nerada Conference, la a f Cahfora a, aad exMcu to make a peramnent laaiilaaae ia Arisoaa. Forty Inches of water for tha towa ditrbaa has been sainted an by the proper authorities. It tiaM be a braent both ia tba cleaaliaraa and neallh of our eitisens If there were severs aia aumvnta imposed upaa aay one eastiua; or wash a alia lata tbe villafa water ways. Tbe walla of the ehurrh adifloe f-a- the M Hin dis iseopal Cbusrh H.aith are eojnpkrred ami ready foe tbe root Nearly all the lumber aea eseary to Aaiah tba building has been delirered to tbe Duikiiee; committee, awd it is hoped that auNUber uneuu will fta.i tbe cbarcb lotsbed, paid iut and randy tor si reiina). All who have 1 see i red of the new s'ock of trees, eVeera and shrubbery, lately ielirered aeie, steak well of tbe s;ol roe liri.m of the aame. Muck things make homes pleasant, and will add voDderfuMy to the beauty nod Talus uf lands so improved, slay tbe planters be le aiaKled a tbomaml arid ia luscious fruits and iieaultful -kuwers. I Mr C H Gray, south of Pbueoir, owns one of the most TalUaule rauehes ia tue valley. Mr U aettled where be aow resMlos aercral years siaoe. with full faith in the future outcanv of tbe val ley. and with a determine! hm iu but id biraelr up a home for all lutu:e time, wbicb ke htui ml niirab-y sajoceeded in diaus;. Mr U to-day is sain f oar tendia; iaruiers aad a guud ueuber of auciety. GaAIX. rboenix. tbe areat araia emporium -of Arisooa. which had eTBiberi-a in its various f'raneriss several miliajoaut muiids of barley ai d wheat the sl aeaaoa, are last becouins; araifity, aad tba price of these articles steadily iacraaaiasT. By tbe time harvcat airaia swiuaa wound, aad tba goldea ce rials are reany to be received into the treasure vau'ta. hot a nund of surplus araia will be left on tbe bauds ot tbe prouocara. The Tempo eaaal, or irrigating- ditch, hasooe hundred aad three shares, and o-jriimllr raat ' twenty thousand dollars. The first farm I rum tbe source ot the canal is owned by sir K B Car ley, and is sneeeede.1 by tbe ram-h uf tint old aad f opular - war-horse. " Captaia N ttbarp. From theaee the canal axteads dowa tha terrile valley far about twelve miles, ami suilisa tbe fluonsir mill of Hon C T Haydea with aa abnadant power to rua tbe heavy machinery of that valuable iastitutioa. We call attention to a eery iaterestlnr article am lhoeaix and Vicinity " in this lene, writ . ten by a cittxea of Pboeoix. If yon do aot care to preserve aad tile away for future relereaee each copy of the Heuau aa it comes to you. permit us to suggest that yea semi East li some ialerested iea4 earh paper cob taiaina artielaa descriptive of this euanty. Tbe 8alt River Valley Is ponscasrd of numerous aad alraoss hmitiasa raaoorees. and facta relative thereto should be hera ded Co tbe world, klnoey and Bsneele are eraatly aeeded to devekipe. brine oat aad beautify this mad of promise, and caavh will earns to us some what la tba ratio we give to the public a kaowledgeof what we bare. SUBURB AIT S0TE3. MsiEJCOPA WCLLS. Ttito fttatioa to thirty mim bj nmd mnd twelr by trail frota Pbtmix. It I tb prioei-l U tkm tb Sootbcn XmaAe mail Um. HATDBXS nCKMT. Tld plae U sitoatd irht Bile mat of FbtM. Ik. Clwrlc W. HiUwAwtary I'ublie, muy ipiiDtcl by tb Uorrr. K. B. Carley. Cbairviaa of thm Brd of 8a prvitMra, livfMttbi gntming tuwm. KsiOT rasxix. Bra it lootd tb Ury loarinf mill of MaJ. C. H. Vail, wbOM aavmim4Bt will ba kmnd oa tba aaeoad paa. It i Uraa mim eat of Pboaotz p-vpar. CAMr M'DOWELL sUaaat Draw la aow la PrcaeoU, tha Jy- 'P11 Ariioaa tu will ratara boaia WtCKBXBUaO. rrV? -tAi4 : Tbruoffh tba median ot prood to bo the pilw T tbe vuplo ot this happy m pntroua city la haarttly aad siararely oagTAtalatiaff tba people or Fbctaiz and the . Valley pwa Vieir acquwiiii of a mediam for tbe free aad full oxprci. of toeir frUwmcm, iraapenty, trials, tritMiUttoaa, otnba, maiTiavea. deati. price of bariey. w-vg m tueda, fUUHumf U4aa ubir, tue ar- rival aad dpartoni nf eteamera oa Rait RtTrr, anrt a vairt ammnf uf other ffearrml InftirmatMia which muti, and -rill fti-fV, .arria a rit influence aima lh fiitur- 4 nr Trriiiorr. It alsopreenU tippirtunity fr the Idle tV-tit, which hM briorur iluinhrrrl aw.tke fnim lla letharre P and rush Into litvratare in all It rmmificariona from m! difiuiniikHi upon ti prioe f pnuipkio to Tanyoaiaa pwrtiral flTiiioh. Vatluab1 coatrihiitiAn to aiea may al be expected, and partMrilarly to that branch of erincc cf which Mr. Hcheak treats o nhlr, ao it it belieTed that thr it mor -m-eral inlurnia-rfn apna the uhr' of ' dniw in kcr' In Hbieaia tliaa ia mU ihr Earna and Mid die Statrt comltine.. l.Titj anido, the aldt tiuo of a ev.p:tper ntht he of tiotaeme. yr.i, incatculatile bear At to what ia uMy tenti-d the rnrrtea spot of Arisuaa, and tlw people uf the Twrrit'iry will lo-k willi ple;iiirena tbe flow ing prusptnty of that tjctiua oitiie cuaotry. It innrnnt1y ntmorml rem tha' the Viiltira Gold MiiH-a Iwve b--a bonded M Mr. Nuyiic. mm expert from Sn-i Kntiiric. awl that t!e pmp erty h b-en pliwd la Calirirnia wlh capital -tt, who will lmrilr eimtiitnco makintf itch impmvemt-nts at will mnki it r:e ot the finc-4 ami u.tut rttliia-il r.-rt on the et. If all npirt ar tiw-. a ft'iini will b-ctriMted tocoarey water frMn th llawivamim direatly to the mne. and a IO"t rmp mill will he rivet ed toiru-h lUtn.w riy; lit at the niiir, ln-teuilof ti-a milcailUt:iiit,a4i"th pr-i-'nt mill t Hr, June etr. Hutith. The tattcr-nirad cnilain are nuw working thr ricbttri-f k tkiey luireever wiirki-d ia thfir 4Hnump mii:,fUeit lu-t clean-tip baiar tioefhinc iatnrnc. Ill' coorwt the rk int; of this mine oa a frnuid ai.il it-mt b of fienU advuaiace to tb ieole of Salt Hirer Valler. The cone ettration at wort on the 'OM Vn ttire" tailing at this pliio been diur its wtirk a-'hly, and but tii.twd it a icrut iuntiiy of aialT4m. but a Mr MCunly. th Huperin tcnaleat. h-s not the fai-Hitis fur rf-fiuinif the 1 fpeld. it will be tuMit V S.m KnuKic-i to be r litr-nl th-re, and ia roosiu.-nre tleexit results aiar a4 h knuen. This ftaiMuiy dr)rvs rrnt cmltt Kr the re-T.-niti mauner in which tbey have Mirud tli: Ir wink iuihe fore of uuiiiy tistcles. Aionc which nar be ritd a scarcity of watr ( having to drill titrfjr. in complefenctst f tha anvrbit.Ty snt thuiti ami 1 dflay ia cot:fUnce, ard hlMck-mailin; Hhnifttii rxlort uahard -f sinm ut moy we the mjt triviul aail UjterticiMlf rau.cav Thre are exreral t;ranrrs In town, amont: whtim we may aoticulUr. J Wo Col bom of PImb nix. who fame here to make stnuestuall r.!! lif Hi is au h-ioorary m-mbrr uf Um -brnck Club." TERHITOEIAL ITEII3. HnjaVB COl'XIT. Five ffeneril merchandise stores, three Testa'! rants aail thi.-teea s:il nn. are reriired toward SUlyin toe wonts of H.irnal City. Tbe Htennl mill is crushing urn at t!ie rate of siatrca tous a day. The popn'ati.in of HinM City aad New Vu giaus is aliotit Tiff. The nld mill at CrDroud is still working on tailings. Peraons seeking work find ao aiftlrulty ia ob taiatng it at g anl wagea at Vignal City. Mr. Ewiar is baikling tbe first brick building ia Mohare ouuaty. rVm Miller Is hauling ore f a the $i.rnal mill ; tbe McCrnckea Company have pureha-wd teams and will do tneir own banting. Tbe Signal Minine C-Mnfutiiy has lcv'e.1 an as saenwnt of flrty cents er 's'uwe. dliaipieut February SC. nxAL r-ii-rnr. O Bilicke Co or Olohn fltv. received fif teen tons uf geaeral mercaandise u one week lately. T M OriftVi ha been apnoined Riierinte'.d. ent nf Since's ia r'tureace, at an annual salary of WOO. Rupervianr P Ifoll: ad bns res'gne I. giving as a reason that it ws impisihlc in the pri-sent ooosniielion of the R.nl f .r htm to prelevt tlie tbe iaierests of Ibe people PIMA COfSTT. t P Ilorra, at present a eitlrea of Klor enee his bemted tbe Cielora mine eitiiltd aremteisrhty miles soo'h of l.irenee, but in li ma matttiy. Psymes'er T.nrW Is now at Camp Ap.irlie. imytaguu' tnsiH. Tbe bniking of a lamp was the c-usct.fa &re in tha f )aio Sa'uou ; !ms, Sn,jt, Some one bpr-larizM tbe bouse uf the editor of the Te--eua Mar li:bily. Mr A J Mitchell of S in Kn,n-iro baa taken posaessiim uf the Palace Hotel Tujsou. TLMA CUIMT. Delinquent rolls of Yuma eonnry lira year anxmnt to 'M, about avrra limes tbe UMial amount, Tuesroreaf Julius 5tamteraae dmtroe4l iiy fire on the niortiiugof the 1-Jlli lust; lu-sl about tl4.60J. T Horn is Hug!ies Ks i. is ree-vsrlng from the hnTlet wound he received in the breast a few weeks air a. A CAHD. tlfrrrg or Sfxj't or the Ttrr.BrrorjT, PutscoiT, A. T, Jan. 13, lHIH. Ib owners and mtsejeri f ain'i in Aritonn: OFMTi.t;3sa: a grsud otrporrntiiT is now before us to advertise to the wor'd Lie wotnlt-r fill richirrm of our utiitea, said we abonhl speedily avajt oureelvea of It- Gov. Md.or mick, of our own Territory, fortniuwly f.rr m, will soon go to Paris, aa the rrpresuistlve. of tlie United HUtes at the great Expoxition, n:d it wUl become his duty, and uo donut his pleat. nre as wt-U, to give Arizona and her productions consMeraiile promlueiicr. Milliuus of dollar lie biuoen away tu the bottomiesa Inlgea of gold and silver within our limits, snd capitnl is greatly needed with which to develop tbia audioes prodnctioo. Comiairatirrly little ir kuuwu of Arizona ami her milieral resources rxccjit by lire own cat lena, therefore It Women the "duty of every Artzotiian to avail hiutwlf of every opimrtu nity coming hie way to give wings to this knowl edge. We have been ssked and even nrgcil by public spirited nieoou tin Vadllc Coast to acud to Han yrsnciaco specimeim of our orca to be sent from there to the World's 1 M" aition at Psro-. Seemingly little or nothing haa beeo done Iu the matter of furnishing aprci. metis from this Territory to he thus forwarded. I am Inf onned by the Ohairmw of the Com. inittee oa MluernU for tlie PsclOc Coast til's tbey will ship tren ban Franeieco within about four weka. The time ia very limited, therefore what we i!p must be done quickly. IfourWfB)fend to tsk care of this office sried nreiia ot ope, 1 will fee that they are carefully labelled snSsecurely packed, and duly forwarded to tkrlr dealiuatiora. Please give flattie of mine, and owners of same, from whech specimens ar taken ; also amount of bullion produced, estimated total value of ore on tha dump, and the averagn value per too of ore produced from the miue, with anv other facta that may occnr to von, and they will be condensed ana written upon tlw label ao faraa ponelbk. Four pounds can be aeut through the mail In a alugle package at coat of one cent per ounce. If you iutrud to assist in making a displsy of onr mineral at the Exposition please sctatojnrx, while tbe sub ject Is npon your mind. A fine displsy of ore st Paris, such is ere are abaudantly able to make, will, no doubt, urine; a rich retaru to mine-owners in particular aud the Territory In general. lteaiectfuny yours. Joss J. Ooerctu Secretary of Territory. The above letter to mine owners speaks for ItatIC aad all I he citizens ot the Territory should say amen. We are living in an age of stroag eompetiticB, when every more on the part of individuals aad communities ia strained la eforts to scatter broad Intelligence of tbeir wares and productions. Many wealthy Americans will be 'a attendance upon the Paris Kxpientioa. and they will mrre Ba:ural.y give attention to American productiuaa exhibited t tiers than ia tbeir owe country. We hope in t treeteu pantos will seed forward speciuuwe of ore prompt as above suggested. SALT EIVEE. Tho Large it River ia the Territory. Who Named It-Where It Bi.ei ' Length and Breadth-Iti Trib utaries Suit River rises well up towards the eastern -part of the Territory, iu the White mountains, its head waters being the White snd Black rivers. It has numerous large branches, cowing in mostly from the north, draining the country far to tlie north, including the Ton to ISiisin, tlie Sierra Ancha, White, San Francisco, and other mountains. Its course is west and southwest, and it unites with the Gila below Pliicuiz, some thirty miles. This river was named the "Kio Salido," by the early Spanish and Jesnit ex plorer, on account of its waters be ing highly impregnated with Bait, wltich is easily noticed ut low water. This is caused by a heavy salt for matiou through which the river passes ABOUT ONE HUNDBID MILES ABOVE rncEXix. At low water it is a clear, beautiful stream, having an average width of two hundred feet for a distance of one hundred miles above its junc tion with tho Gila, and a depth of two feet or more. The Verde river is one of the L:r"3t northern branches of the Suit liver, its upper branches rising ut tlificn nt points to the cast, north, nnd northwest from l'rescott. It becomes a fine river of eighty feet in width about fifty miles northeast from Prcscott, and thence runs a southerly course to its junction with Salt river near Camp McDowclL Its whole course is about one hun dred and fifty miles. The Tonto, Sipieui-, Cherry, Agua Fna, and other large creeks, are also tributa ries of Salt River, coming in from tho north. The main upper branches of the Salt Kiver, the Whit:: and Black rivers, are both swift running mountain streim?, nnd rise iu the White luountaius. They arc well stocked with the real speckled mountain trout affording rare sport to the followers and devo tees of Isaak Walton. PAUL WEBER, Attorn y unit Cjiu-nliirul Iim. mi.SOOlT, ARIZONA. DUDLEY HOUSE, Curley SL, Pri-ii.tt Arizona. A FIEST - CLASS 1 It ) USE, OS Tin: tllKOVEAN PLAN. Iw" Xew awl eleaa beds for lodgers and ele gaut rooms for families. FIIEU. WILLIAMS, Prop. SAW At ILLS! SAW MILLS 1 ATTENTI 0 N! THE CLirPEB MILLS' have established a newLUMHKK YARD on the west side of (Iranite Creek, earner MoCormiak and (Airley streets, la Prsaoott. where the proprietor will always have on band all kinds of Butlaiaa l.nmbcr. Having Just edited Planing and bhiagle Machines, lam now prs pared to fcraish Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Etc.. Etc, Etc., AT THE LOWEST LIVING RATES. The Mills are situated eight miles south of Prescotl, m tbe finest body of Umber in Ya vapai county, and have SEASONED LUMBER ALWAYS ON HAND. C rf- rnrtienlnr attention giveo to orders for CLEAR LUMBER, and bills will be filled with dispatch. JAS. Q. WILEY. ADVERTISEMENTS. A. GOLDBERG'S CHEAP CASH STORE. Ph(enix, - - - Arizona. DEALER IN General Slerchaadis?. Kstp oa fetal aod to eoastaatly raoatoiug vTjrthtDf pvrtftUinf to A FIRST-CLASS. STORE, Which ha wilt sell at tha lowest reearinleUviag prices. His saotta is Quick Sales and Small Irofits. Remember to call a GOLDBERG S. E. 0. GRANT, DEALER IN General Merchandise Wlrkctburr;, 3Irlrisss C. CHEAP FOR JCASH. All Orders Filled Promptly. ANDERS & ROWE, WELL FILLED STORES AT Peck aud Tip Top Vines, AND AT Tbe Tip' Top Mill. We have ao hesitation in declaring tothe Miner and Prospector that tbey CAN SAVE MONEY by pfttraoixiotf OUR WELL FILLED STORE. At each of our stores may at all times be foaad full lines of Groceries and Provisions, MINERS' TOOLS AND HARDWARE, POWDER. CLOTHING, BOOTS. SHOES, DRUGS. e.c.Ac And each a general assortment as is usually found ia FIR8T-CLASS OUTFITTING HOUSE. Silver ens bought or shipped oa OWXERS ACCOUNT. Sole Ageats for the Celebrated Vulcan Blasting Power. ADDERS tfc ROWE . . Prop' ADVERTISEMENTS. A. GOLDMAN", DEALER IN General Merchandise. Highest price paid tor ALL CC'NTRY PRODUCE. JOHN GEORGE. Capital Slock. 'Vaahiasrtoa KL, between texunia aad Center. The best quality of Wines, Liquors and Cigars always on hand. JOHN II. BURGER, Northwest corner Adamsand Cortex Sis. Phoenix. .... A- izona. WAGON-MAKER AND BLACKSMITH. PIONEER BAKERY. Washington St., Northeast ro-ner Plata. Julius Baeuf.ri.en, - - - - Prop- J2TF.VC Loaves of Bread for $1. 1 Fruit Cakes aud Pastry of al kinds for weddings, parties, etc., prepared to order. AD VERTISEMENTS. FLOUR! FLOUR!! Yoa ona buy the best of FAMILY FLOUR, At the Unreal price, at THE HAYDEN MILLS, lit.) ilea' Ferry, A. T. Tbes i Water Mills that hare been ma so suc ceastnlly day and night ior two years, are situa ted in tba center of the great tropical valley of Silt River, the granary of Arizona. Founded upon a rock above all probability of danger from flood, drawiag their power with twenty three fcet of fall from the highest snow-capped -Mountains of the Territory, their capacity eaa : .-e increased with tba wants of the people. A '.trge run of FllENCH BUM. MILLSTONES are being added to their capacity, with other im provement of the bssf mechanical akllL With extensive granaries Slled with the BEST OF WHEAT and Agencies in the mining and comnreroial eem ters, we defy compotition, and offer all Cash Purchasers the advantages our facilities give oa. CH AS. T. HAYDEN, lYopr Haydea Ferry WanTg Cs A- T. A. M. JANES, PHtENIX, - - Arizona Svctl Ktore atutl Tree Dr-pol. A complete aad Fresh Stock of Garden, Field and Flower SEEDS, Just received-, and full lines of Fruit, Shade & Ornamental TREES Also, General Dealer la PROVISIONS AND FARM PRODUCE, AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. Orders by mail receive prop rat attention.