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SALT RIVER HERALD.
S.tlur 1 . Vrbrzi try "i.'I.
The SA I. T III VEIl 11KHA Lit
is he firs' a.hlonhf paper published
in Jl iricip i Cj'in'j.
PIItENTX AS A UlSINK.-SI
.CENTRE.
Situatod as our town is, in tu-citit.-c
of a vi: ajiLMlttiral area,
wliio'i 13 a.l:ui.t.'.l t tlie licst anl
only unfailing yearly s ntroc of sin
ply for the in nr.it lia tro.s ami
iiiiuing camps of t'.ie Tc.rit;y,
t'acre can be no doaot of the g'o.i
ous future of our town, that must
be realized thr.iu,;!! the-'e interns:.-?.
We say ii'it'iilia' .-ourot; of tup ply.
became having ik'v,: fii'iiijj water
for irrigation, our farmers are ahvt'ys !
sure 01 liieir yi i 1 in cup:", as no
drotnclit a:e s:i:H.-:e:.t t) cut our
.. . i -it '
crops Aho:t, and no frost eceur at
tLLs al.itale, that can injure our
staple productions. No o.ht r valley
of epaal extent in this TYr.lt ry, is
so highly favored a ours. Not on
ly as thj "garden of Arizona," is the j
""alt River Valley to be knowu, fir
its Piiojnix is, and always wiil be.
the great grain depot of the Terri
tory. While our arictl'iiral re
sources st md thus alone and beyond
uj riv.iLy in or out the Terr tory,
our mineral resoircs are ly no .
. , -1 i i . !
means to be considered as i e;ow i
thosa of th4 other c m.iti.'
zoni. We have within our eo.it.ty
limits a goodly share of the fauiv.is j
Globe District, all of the .MeMill in, I
Cave Creek, Vuitu.eanl M j:c !'i--t.-icts,
i f these it m iv be loii.-Hy said
that, as already .stat -d. fllobe Iis
tiict has already became famous, by
reason of its numeroas large, rich
and well d-.2:ied bides; beating the
precious mt tals.silver predominating.
Cave Creek dlstiiet is lo.nniiiL' ui in
importance, through the recent .ale j KU r s '! ve u ,lsu -M "Al
and promised active dLVelopment cfj"f-' 1,1 nl3 -M. Kautz,
oi'W.li.lIe'.rn.gs'd-.l.lenStarh.d -.r''11 aiinue t grow in the god
This (lb t:ict, although cmp araiive- 0l mi,,a of a!1 Wt'J m"alao' 1111 1 ljir
ly a new one, giv.b promi-e rt' a mh'1' i-othw ithsiauding the
future wtakh and impo.unc.-secnd j l'ia'" J a,,J "'"-ured ttatemeuts
to none in tl.o Teiritoiy.
ehow rich returns in buth gold and
silver. I?i.v.-ral good minis arc be
ing developed, the celebrated Cold
Hill mine beit g located here. Its
MTi'iiiitv anil "on.! w:i!T m roid tn
T , ,. , .
I hoenix as a Las.' ot supply is a
great advantage to this ditriet.
McMillan's district ailj..ins the Globe,
and gives promise of djual wealth
and iiuporta .ee. Moore district is a
new one; lying just ca?t of the Hum
bug d'Strict, turiaee iadii aliens are
good, as samples of lock tthit h may
be seen at the llieorder's office,
abundantly show. Only a few
claims have, as yet, biea recorded,
but we are informed that it is a gvoj
mint ral field and sevctal prospectors
are looking it over. This dist iet
has the tame ailvantag: s of wa-o:i
road and contiguity to I'h. c-nlx th tt
are possessed by the Cave C:eek
country. Of the Vulture it is well
known that it has yielded more old
than any one mbte Li Aiizon i. We
arc glad t j h am that tlx re is a pros
pect of its iigaln bei.tg extensively
worked and believo that utuli r its
new management none of the follies
f the old nill be enacted, and this
mine will hereafter be a substantial
cause of ptide to every Arizoit'an
who desires the mineral development
of the Territory. We might as well
add Humbug district to the above
list, fer although it is in Yavapai
c ui:ty, ye: its supplies must of neet s
slty come from our town and valley.
What ourwirw Legislators meant in
allowing the rapai i y ,f the Yavapai
delegation to bite that little three
cornered chunk ot humbug out ot
the fair proportions of this county
weare at a lo.-s to know. But in
Fpite of this l'hoenlx must supply
Humbug district, the conformation
of the country is such that its mines
cannot afford to receive rations and
forage bv way of a mountain road
flwny off to I're.vott, when a much
better an.l shorter road will reach
Plioc.tis, .-ml cheaper supplies.
l!y a n f r.'iic; ti the Commis
sioners' report puMi-heil ia llii pa
per; it will be foeu that Phoenix
will fivr.i have goad wag-n load
connection wtlli :d! parts of M trlev
p.i county, aa 1 with the more im
jxir;a..t towns ot iheTeiriiory. IIo
i.;g iiitnr..I!y tin- centre of trade for
thi county oar town mast Ir; tlie
grain emporium for the Ten i:ory and
the rriiK-ii il bi.se of supply fir nil it
11111 .1. Th it s)iiie rlfir;. will be
Made to deprive in of a jmni .i of
thes-. advaut igc.. iM be expeicd.
but if oar pe.ip'e. and the i;licer.-
who e dtiry it is tj guard
our b Jt in:enst-, are o:i the a'ett
and active in the dl eliar ;.' of their
dii.ijj, li:tle d inger tie. d be appre
hended lltotu such eir.ut-. It is
- j.h - n-.-cssary t fully comply i;li
i.ie law atsti keep ourt:ui cr .- sires
on all approaches to the t iwn i.i ; md
an 1 eoiujikt : order. Wi.ea little
.1 ii i . i
an i3..rt:is this, will accomplish an
oi.j.ct so ad import int ti our pi. s
p -ri;y it would be criminal neg'i
get.ee, il it ve:e not immediately at-
tended to
general kautz.
This geiit'enian who La- been so
long in command of :h3 Depatt
lutnt of Ati.'.o::a Las receive ! notice
rt..,. r... .-I V;t..,.v- ::i , ....
cvd hini.
time so many uni.ur atid prejtniii i d
stat .'mjiits in the columns of the
Citizen and Sentinel of this Teiri-
I cry, that wo deem it our duty tj
say a word or two.
We have been acquainted with
the (Jen. ral a utficieut length of
time to have tu.ibhd us to form
a safe judgement of both his charac
ter and cipaeity, and if our know
ledge of tut'u and insight into char-
(-miuutiiig from c rtain sources.
lLsn moral from the command
of this Department at this time docs
not argue iiielfieioiicy, dishonesty,
nor anyihittg of tne kind. General
Wildx according to military rank,
custom and usage is rutitlod to thi.
I . a
command and is eucceadtug to it in
the ordinary course of military
event?.
Iu the light of the peculiar sur-
vieis r.iiuireu oi tne mintary, in
keeping the peace within the borders
we deem it unwise on the pa:t of the
War Dep tituieiit to cause a change
of comiinnidt rs, in as much as Gen
Kautz is fully ac iuiintel with the
situation of afi'airs, the strength and
character of the wily ci.eniy we
have to deal with, and ho ch iracter
of the coutttry which must rcc isiuti-
alv be fcittt d over in search of the
renegade Indians, Gen. Wilcox will
h ive all these important lessons to
leara and in learning them he too
may engender the animosity of new s
p iper"i'et:erals who a-suine t i know
more about commanding a miiitavy
dept.rt'nent than the ( ier.e al him-Fi-li.
(Jen. Kautz and Lis eslimabhj
lady will c v.ry with them from this
Territoty the good will and well
wishes of the great metis of those
whose fiiritiitc it has been ti Luvj
made their aeqin.Ltt nice. ? lay we
not hope and reasonably expect, f r
the sake of the sao ty of our ci;i'.en-i
and the security of the ir jirojh ritv
iu the more d tneerous fccctioas f
the Territory, that all men and
ncwspjpt rs. and the military under
the new commander, wiil unite most
heartily in putting forth every pos
sible et'oit to inantain the peace
which now reignp, and to visit
speedy and summary punishment
upon all trea -heroin Ind'ans who
duo to Ie ive thejr re-trvat"oin to
kill snd plunder.
.... Goldman says nobody can
undersell him.
TIIK NEXT DELEGATE.
The time is rapidly approaching
w hen (he citizens of the Territory
will again be called upon to assem
ble at the polls and there express in
the usual in. inner their wishes as t j
whom th -y desire shall represent
t'leiu in the national Coiigrcs.
The people t-'ioul.l realize that
they are soverlgn in this matter; that
it is their voice that shall sp-ik the
the- name of him who shall be the
coining man, that their will mu.-t be
obeyed, and il they :he hen1 . it iu-du.-tiious
1 ,1 n;vr, miner, mechanic
and trader iiiit. are awake t-i lluir
own intete ts and the int resti of
the public, they will give thought lo
this matter and by talliing and act
ing in harmony will d ei le (he iilc.-
liau in favor of some one fn. in among
toe very best ot ottr nolo a id repre
sentative me. i. Iiilitiei tu-s are at
work preparing the way 'o;-souiene
If en among tin ir own number. This
I all wed enough i; itiey will plan,
devise and cxecut; for the common
good of all, but we know thata large
majority of si called auil.itlou ; poli
ticians are extremely se!li.-h and all
their lions are usually put
I'll. th with a view to per-ou;d honor
mid agraitili.; :ue at only: aul we
ku nvlur.h r til it ipicii ion i!)l means
are fre pn-titly brought into renii.-i-tion
to enabl ; lh";n t ) inorjfiiliy
iiecotnji'.lsli their c iveted e:i Is.
In ail s -eii-Ms of our e itr.itry, is
thil sort of cm 1 let la:u -nt ibly
trtij, and more especially and dare
i igly si on tha frontier, and i:i new
etd -mciits. A spirit i,f abandon
and iccklessness is noticed in all the
depart in cuts of life social, commer
cial and political; iu these newly set
tled regions of our lmd, w hich it
not checke 1 and circumscribed
wuull eventually destroy the peace
of c -immunity and the power of self
government. Iu th; Territory ol
Arizotii, and more especially in iho
field of polities, have the busy labor
ers neen enrage. I accutnul it:ng iir-
petty anJ pox-r a;i 1 have seeming
ly looked upon this fair country as
a legitimate ti 1 1 of plunder, and the
me ins th 'y have, used, both fair and
foul, in farthering these extremely
S'.llish ends have been winked
at, as it were by the people, of course
there are honorable e.cep,ijin t
the general rule of cm duet above
alluded to, lint tiiev oven are as
scarce as "nens teelti. n e are
.i .,, , i
speaking now more p artlcul irlv of
the average; politician. We want a
tir.st class man in every p irtlcul ir lor
a representative, and it will make no
inati-riil diireraue'j with the busy
and scli-.x-cuoied peotile and the
k 1
best interests of tin; public as mat
ters political and otherwise, now
stand with us, whether he bo a Re
publican, a Democrat or an Inde-
pendent, or whether he hails from
the n irtli, the s itith, or the middle
pa t of the Territory, so long as he
is a in in i i the happy jioss essi n of
c.iar.ict -r, cipaeity atid cotirage
the true gui lc of a su tce-sinl m in.
The party and 1 ie dlty inU'ivst j of
Arizona, d n..t so much demand a
jtarty or locality in t:i i.i C .a-'r ss, as
she does on: w'oo ca:i rise above these
secul ir int -re.-t; ttti 1 iti a .s:ate;man
like manner morally attd ably rep
resent tin intelligent and growing
peoplA Arizona calls for bids for
the man be.-t calculated to besom
our mouth piecj anl outreq.a.t at
ihe ftipit d of thi-s great nation.
Who sitall h ; be ? Let the peoplj
si'k.
ONCE ilOIIE.
We paid for two weeks storage
on our materi tl at Yuma notuhh
stan l;tig a special team was in r.-ad-iii'
sstoc ii vi y it to li.oetiix, here
afer tlie piper will be issued rcgu
l.'ii I V ev r rsaturihty.
TO OUR PATRoNfj.
Since our advent in Phoenix we
have itdopte 1 a cash policy paying
for everything received. We expert
the same treatment at your hands.
On tlie first day of each mouth, we
shall present our accounts and ex
pect all indebted to settle.
ADYEIITISEMEXTS.
I.f-ltrr I.Uf.
The fttniriD i a lit if letters remaining Id
ti. rtiimiz P.l (m -e :
Anni"irc tMt
lt.-n. H.iviil M. 0
In.frn. S.tiiml 2
Clark. Win J
I' nw ay. Win. 5
IIe.n:iu. .Iiseih II.
kiioHV. A J.
KtK-M.r. i;tin't m
I Mrt.-re. florc B.
I'ahl . Pma'-i-ti
I lti.l'.relv. II. M.
I It .I....H. Oil irln J.
I s.ivunm. Charle
j Si:iB- It.
I S-e-hnj. I J.
Vul se'. KrivM W.
I Wil!.n, T. J.
I.eiuiner, NV. II.
ll-'.t 'i t nl.ir,.,. I.
l..rft.in e.allin? for any 01 llie abive letter
plt'OAe s'ute tiuvt-rt:iil.
W. A. IIAVCl CK,
I..l master.
m v::;t!i:.
ltn'll i:s'.i:y MtltKIt l t'ie r. 'i.l-Ti.i-
..mi" i i i- r.iiii. r i.v tin- it-r. it. w wit-v.
Mr. J.h ! . !l"ii.; -y an l Mis X. J. Il.imr,
Ik.Ui tl '1 -:ii-'.
USST.
rt"i-ty Ws-niit on (I n.rnl Tut I f .tr iro
y:i i't'Uti'y Ar'i f t -r i-f 1h76
i.tli fr I'T t!i lui i'Ire.l ami luei'y tluliar,
il .twit in t.ivor "I J. E. W'l.ir'nii. in jviytii il
fur iri'-'I:":! jtfrvtf'" Ail ifrni nre hM-Ny
n,rn -l ii.it to pur- Ir s ti i w.nrjnt. i p:iy
tn... t v thi h t;o h. bca topi'J it tli Cuu-
Ttii i n .rt"f ." :it IT' itivtr-niV'iil li.-T
ntitli..- l l'.l'. NIOWMIN. t.c.'t.'.'t ull il-hr
.Inn llil.ite fi in ! 1' !-. 'la .V Iv I'a. Tho.
k::..v. in t-..-r.s.'lvp iiul titiil. will full an.l set
lie ttilll U- lur'litr T;Mee.
l. t . I'l l: I.TA,
T. rt.UCKI.l.A.
M. L. PERALTA,
Wlf'KKNnntr.. - Maricopa County.
fTTflTTlNO, ItlirSF. !!!
Ill TFt r i lNC Illll'sF.! ! !
OfTI'I ITINC, lliifSi: ! ! !
rr.n
roi:
Kltli
MIXKH ! ! !
SIIXItK! !
JltNICUH!
AN I)
AXI
AND
ri:ori:cTori!!!
riNISPKl'TOKM!
ritUSI-lXTOU!!!
Largest "-.took ami Cheapest
Prices.
BFCKKOARD 1'XrRES:?,
FItOM I'lKKNIX
Fars,
TO THE TIP TOP
5.00
Crthe Eo iniTrlpS3.00
I'.SI ItF.SS I'A( KACF.S taken at librr.il rait a.
I.ear.- the l'ot nt S o'eto. li every other
itay. O.l.l d.tyii iu 1 ri.oi.irj . I'uuiiectiir a itii
tauJle uuunai tr.nii una : iuiu.
NEW BUTCHER M10V ! !
JOHN KNAUS & CO.,
CI'RNltll VVAS1I1NCITON
ASU CKVritF. STKF.F.TS.
W'c are prepared" to fur
nish ciisloinefsj at reason
able rates.
HARRY 'Dublin" SAYEKS,'
Feed, Hxehantre ami Sale
STABLE.
A i"lu:nHi:i'i"::s fr 1 Inrsps. liny nn.l G rain
ulaitv uu bnil. ui.d bur&eri wi'lt car. U !ur.
A FlllsT CLASS BAH ATTACHED,
Vi le re "lA'lil.lX" k.ej e tlie
Best Lraiuls tf Liquors and
Cigars.
T. ALriON,
Corner Washing tun ami t'entre Street.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER.
I'a-lii.malite limits ami Stun-. Of tie but
in..;, nut, iiiuat- 10 ..ra.-r in .-;-tr;mt :ylf.
lUIlil-IXT FITS (iUAUANTEltl).
T7?" I irive my intire htti:t'"n ti rnstum'
mint'- work, uinl I livs ifvr (a.-ilil lurivii.g
eut re ft.ttiAiuc:. n.
SKMJ IN VOI K OKDEKS.
1JARBE11 SHOP.
Sli.impooii'g,
Hair Cutting,
Shaving,
50 cts.
- 50 cts
25 cts
Or, all three for S1.00.
rear of Cotton's Itillard Parlor.
HENRY T1PPKTT,
Proprietor.
A I) VEIiTISEMEXTS.
FL01RI5G HILL,
east rna:xix, a, t.
This well-known and popular
Flouring Mill is making
NO. 1 FAMILY FLOUR.
I have on hand the best home
manufactured brands in the Territo
ry, in quantities to suit purchasers
A MBF.PAL DISCOUNT TO THE TRADE.
Z-Sf" Orders solicited.
Cash prices as low as the lowest.
C. II. Veil, Trop'r.
S. JACKSON,
CHEAP CASH STORE,
PlHENIX,
- - Arizona
DEALF.lt IS
General Merchandise.
Kecj- oa fcan! nnd if eon-t in ljr reciviug
v-ry:inig crUiuin ui
A FIRST-CLASS STORE
Which ha will Rllnl th lowest pouiol liT'mg
inci'S. mi UiUltu u
Quick Sales and Small Irofits.
Remembtrr U rail mt
JACKSON'S.
J0H.X GEORGE,
Capital Block, VAtiiTifrt.n Rt, betwaen Mun-
tf zuma uuU Center.
The best quality of Wines
Liquors and Cigars
alvas tin hand.
JOIIII n. BURGER,
Korthwst cirncr Adamsand C :tei SU.
PlIOEXIX.
Arizona.
WAG OX-MA K E R
AXD BLACKSMITH
A D VEllTISEMEXTS.
W. TIIOMSOX.
O.J. TIUI10UO, K. D.
IIOMPSOX & TUIODO,
IVuhiofton St., bet. Cn'.r awl Curtei.
rugglsts & Apiithce.iries.
DEALERS I.V
D. res axd Medicines.
CUeuilralia for .lllulur- Vhc.
Alio, a lull lint of
GENUINE PATENT ilEDICIXES.
TOIT.ET ARTICLES 4c FEUFCMERY.
Physicians' Presciptions,
will ba attrnde 1 to hj rampt4nt peraona at alt
noun of rbe day and uijrbl, aud charree for the
mji riuaunabla.
riKENIX MEAT MARKET.
F. M. Fowler, - - Prop'r.
Wa.hi.gton Stnt b?wea Vontnama and
3lunc..ia,
( North aid. of Ilia Plaaa.)
Am praparrd tofurniih tha citizen of Phoenix
aid Tkiuil with all kind, of lleaU. Pruita and
Vetaliles
FURXITURE FACTORY.
M.nternma, betweea Jetfenoa and AdamiSta.
Pd(exii, ... Arizona.
Tiios. Howe, - - - Prop'r.
GEM SALOOX.
J. M. COTTOX'S.
Cor. Wtuhtaj-rtt-m and Motiteznma Stm., Koxth-
wt crur 01 me riata.
WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS,
ALSOfc
ALE AXD PORTER
of the choicest brands always on
Laud
FREXCII RESTAURAXT,
Capitol Block, Wabiogton St., Phoenix.
Will always keep ready
for guests the best in the
marke .
Meat,
Eggs,
Oysters, Game,
Fish, Tcgetables,
And everything pertaining
to a first-class Itouse.
C. Salaer.

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