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PIIKX1X, SALT RIVER VALLEY, MARICOPA COUNTY, A. T., SATURDAY, APRIL 20. 18TS.
NO. 10.
SIAMCOPA CUl'.ViY.
TERRITORIAL ITEMS. i GEXEHAL MERCHANDISE.
camp McDowell.
FAXCY GOODS.
J
SALT RIVER HERALD.
Publiphwl every SaturJry by the
PBUF.XIT. PITM.IS1IISO COMPANY.
. McCLl3iToeK . Ltiilur and Mau.irr.
Subscription Raxes.
One Copy one year
One I'ovy tx moutha
ine c'--y 'liree uionaif,
biligle aaaibera -
AtvFHTis:so Rates.
One inch, one n.-t-rion
Kuch Sul-..e-i,i..:i: insvrV.ou
ProfeKMionol cards., ler qu.irter. . .
$S Oil
a so
1 50
15
$2 (1
1 l'l
4 l
ttuaiuraR rdvertisrtnrtit.-at Reduced Rale,
A;i:vrs roi: tiji: hi it ti.i.
SAX FRANCISCO...
FKESCoTT
Ch;.r!e W. Onine
T. W. Ollt
OFFICIAL. IUKKCTDKY.
TKU'dTi i I'.IAL OF F.KS.
IWffnfr to Cuiiffrrs Hi:;rv S. S!.rrr
;... n-..r .Joan I' II yt
rWre-arv. Join J. On-i-er
A.t';inT StTffLvry ..
Auditor
Treanrnr .
Survey. w OenT.i. .
J. K. AnliTMm
K 1'. CUrk
T. J. BnTl-r
Jt.tiD Va..n
ti irreme J:;d-
Firt li-tri. l. .Chief Justice C. O V. French
S-eond ivrir't... lit-KreT Pt ter
Tnird Iitrift C. A. Tw.l
Clerk Supr-me Court Iijb Nt iiira
1 S itri--t tttirnev K. H INnn'm
1' lited SihIhi M.in.tii W. W. Maml;!
l-pnty M.tbu! 2- lit H. O. M 1 n i d
4'ulUcior fu'erual K"tiup 1 bi. CuriE
K'-aint-r L. 3. l.and imSh-
lwtt W. N. Ke!lv f
VJorvnf
Krorirr I'. S. I And
,N-:vU .
Florin'- i vi Rnririra
FlVcjtt l.eorije L.uDt
In,bat Juil-fe... Wm. A. !!nNrk
Shnff te V.. ! iv
1'ndor Sheriff X- VUy
Cuonty KMrdr F !t-N-t'ty
i"Minty TrmriiDT K. A St.aw
I:firit Anom-y J hn T. A'.i
Clerk I Strict CArt Jo!m W. Si n:i.kr
Saperrbort.
:e. V. l:,.i.
F. T. ll u-trruve.
JTONIX PK"rirT.
Justice of the IVaif : J. I. Humbert an K.
P IliluaJs.
Tmp Prerinrt II. lnnti.itn
lUcbioood Piciict. . Aiv1rw ly hey od J. 1.
IaKiie.
r i u .mx iost orrici
Arriral nd depArture of t. 8. Mailn :
From California. F.atTD State aud Arizona
evrr o'hr d-iy.
To California, Kpstern Statin and Arizona,
every other d;y.
Camp McDowell Leave Miday and Tbarn
day; reTur on Tuelayt an 1 Fnian.
UUSIXESS CAIiDS.
"rHART(lN & 8IIKKTS. I'by-'eiara and
Puliih. W;ll aMr.f) yr -.'ei"i' I en)!
a any Ik nr of the d.iv or n'rb. Oifi fint
diHr e:.g ttf thP C nftliMiii. Pi.t--.iT. A T.
O. H. P. Sh-et M. I.. late of Kenn Npt.
J. E. Wharton, M. U. S Mediral Fxhdi
per. 9-it
TOHN T. A P. Attnraey and Counialor
at I -w. Phoenix, Arizona.
( J THtBOUO. M P. Phyiri.-n and Snr
-'iren. O flil'iat'1 if the 1'nl vritv of jn-enn
CoM.r". CanaHa. lR.'xi Olfiee at dnit store of
Thompson & Co
A I- LKMMV. A"-n-y at l.ryw. 1-fR-m
oppmite Coar Itue on Waliir.rtn St.,
Phoen x. Arizona. Prompt attftitinn k'v xi to
nil bu5n entrnted tne in ibt Fedenil ard
Co:mty Coqr of The Tfrri'or-,
rM. A. HANCOCK. Prohrte Jti.1r . Notarr
i-ml Altnit'T Ht I. aw. l.iiiitl I'U..
ne5 m sieeinl-iy.
TOHV F.. X AYI.OH. A.irn y an.l r.mn-eVr
at I.-in-. nnil Vot -rv ln'i'ii I'.nii kr'-.
xima. Will I'ricti in all Co-irtu of the l er'ty.
T II. C'l.. A'Ti riiir at I a r. IhiT.i
' Arirj'na. Vill -ract;c at all Ooiiru.it
tile Territ-TV.
"IT-'M. Ii.At-. Nurv.-yur cn1 Civil Knc-inoer.
All it.irSt c"-'raiit-.d I'rii.- r-!.i.'.n.ii'V.
fJrHr left w-iti th rbi-uix P..,tniii.ier will
reoeive fitteutiiin.
"t. A. M JAXr.S. IVnolur n( V..l
-L lntrni"-ni:il M isii. I'hii-.rx. A. T. Iii
Intriiin.-nt;il um:r the t'-nn i-mltr.trife ttrent V.
lour i..ii..n. iri;-r eniim.'riie i t any init A
e!a in rf.'!.! mun'e i mi . lw:n uri'i'iiip.!.
Airt-ney -rini'et)-ir:'nt. K":h- l'-ek..r A- Irvine
Pianw. Itisiriimn.tfl i.M mi iti-alinii.iit i;in
plJANKI.IN ViCI'SKKK Att..m-v ai-.l
'.-ilne:.r iit Preee-.tt. Artoni. Will
r-mf tie iti all the Court,. Oifli-e witli the liie
tri. t Attomev.
RAM. BUt SKIi .1- H' TKR. A't, ri,ey.
atnl C'o'hm' or at l.--wr. Preinirt A'-z-m':.
A J. Rnin-r. Notrv. Will pr.u-tii-e in m'1 the
Curttt. Si.-iat HtTieion uiv.'n to Miaitirf Ltir
and the ferWtiiitf of title to Ian I.
lITCH - C1U UCIHIX A !
.ltlnte.l.,r I I .
nev and
. AriT'tnu.
ill pr.-T-.fe in a 1 the Ci,ru of th 'IVrri
tiry. SfH'.'i.il ;t- i.ti irive'i t prtrUt-e . the
Surrein- Court; a"i Miuii I-uw and the i t-l-lii'fT
of iirle to land.
J.iHX lftW'AK!. An rn. y and l'.mnel.r
at Ijw, PrMutt. Ariz ma. Offce. Sutb
M'.nt-Ziim:i St.
1)AII WKB-:K. An.,rny and Couwelur at
-1 I -aw. Prt-Mtt. ArizHia.
n J. IU M. A-ton,ey at Law
Will ? rac-
ti-e in all the C -urf
Pre-w-ott, A. T.
LXKK A" C.. Awnyem. C.M tut. ;..l i
at:d silver Hullion a!d r nf rvtry d--rriptiftn
mee-1 and aityd. All a ayi."ru:r
attee.1. Ini .f orv axi v : Si ver n ;.) !,
-.; I,ed $:t; C-.n-r. Satiiilea e;i t
ent by mil or eapre, and r-turn will )
i r.iui-tly in .-la. Ofli-je, w th W-li. Faro &
Co., l'rescutt.
"WANTED ! "WANTED !
2;j TON?, OF BARI.EV HAY,
More or le,. hnleil. and nvut he a flrtlfi
articl-. Kai-h ba will l a aled. Vonev p. i,l
n d-livery " e.teh tin if reuir'd: ai.. f..(lr
or five to if A'f .IfA Il.iy imin -t tier. Aiilv
at the Sl,;ule, Kil..n. OL IILIX S." air
Inttn l-lienix Flou-ir.a Mill.
CAl'TIOX.
X i.ii-e ia hereby given that all p. rnn are
cautioned acain.t uefotialinr wi'h A I Irew
ftarr or Jaeob S arr lot tlie Kile ..f enr in'ere.t
til-v maveiaim In he Ollteik livf' ..j
inCaeeCr-ekMininifdi.triet. JIaric..i' County,
r.r.'.ar.Kr. o r.r.iKx. es
WHEN FORMED BOUNDA
RIES SIZE POPULA
TION ITS FARMS AND
MIXES TOWNS VAI
LE YS R I V ERS EOA DS:
BEING A COMPLETE
HISTORY 11' TO THE
PRESENT TIME.
Nrf' M B E R ONE..
J. E. WllAltloX.
As at presei.t liivithd, Maricopa
ciiuntv is ceutrallv located in Arizo-
.... v i , i ,
j II I 1 ITntory. It ! tlOliniietl (III the
. . .
' I'm I II :i'iii I'lii iiv i:i.in.n f-.iiiiiiv
on the w .t by Vuiu.i and on t!ie
eolith lv Pima and Pinal counties.
Mi:sT SETTI.EMi:ST.
It was i:rt ettlrd about ten
ye.us ago; jiKuK-crs Itoinjj attractt-d
tliithor by the large extent an.l ? ur
passing lirbnos if tbe arable land?
of the 8alt River Valiey.
Tin-
richiicsj of the oil li;nl ulroatlv Imtii
.-l.nwii in t!ie little cultivated sjnits
tliiit h.ul leiu iiiiprovt'il liy llie
I'in.a ai: J Maric a Iinliund. I'miu
tin; last iiimioil tribe tlic county de
liver its name.
ii:riatiox.
0fcour.se, all its firming depends
upon irrigation, and for tbis. Salt
river i'uri.i.-hts the water supply.
This river carries tlic largest volume
(f wa!er (if any stream wiiliiu the
Territory, beiii' excelled in this
only liy the Colorado, which marks
Arizona's western boundary. AYi.h
a propor stem of acdiuais, there
is abundance of water to irrigate the
entire valley.
FARMING AH LA.
The arable land in the valley
can only be approximated, as much
of it is not yet survev cd. The val
ley proper lies in the form of a tri
angle, its base being northeasterly'
and its point the place of junction
of the Agu.i Fria creek with the i
Gila r'ver. The waters of the Salt j
river can, however, be carried across
, . ... , ,
the Apia rm ami a large part ot
the land lietWeen that dry stream
and the llas-ay nnjia creek beirri-
rated. Some of the ditche now in
course of construction are intend -d i
to be coutie.ued even" l.evond the
Api.i Fria. Fr .ni Call --v's ranclio
which is the fat tlit st up the river in
the settlement, to win re the forty
mile limit of the railroad gra:,t
crosses the Asna Fiii. tbe d:.-ta:ic
in about foitv ml as bv la-t inn. i
'I'
of Ariz.ma (UiiitfinV). Such a line
conhtitutert tlic biseof tbf tri.m-le '
we mention. From thence to the
mouth of the Agna Fii i the distance
is about lift- miles. Following the
Salt river and Gila from Cirh-y's
laneho to the mouth of the Agua
Fria we have another line of about
fifty mil,-.. Such a bounl .ry only ! :,tt "iiey-at-law. D.nis hit Stone
gives us th-it portion of the valley I a ''',nv "'bicli almost paralyzed
lying west of the Salt river, while I Stonehill had connected the
its cistern portion is nearly, if not j n 1,ll' ol Davis in a scandalous way
quite, as extensive. Extensive ruins a r!ain hnly. benee thct-ouble.
and the r.-mains of ancient nccquias. j gunboat Hoi ket has returned
which can be traced for many miles, j ,0 Victoiia. fVoin the scene of the In
go to show that all this land has ' 'ln diturbances with twelve prisou
cnee lieen und. r cubivatioii. an.l I crf- T'1" disonler arose tioui
should artesian water le found, a
no doubt it will not only this vast
area, but large bodies of land lying
contiguous thereto can be made
to yield largely in all the produc
tions of the temperate zone and
many of the tropical fruits.
Ge-ieral Thomas C. Devan, com
manding at Fort Laramie, died at
bis home on April 3, aged 5- years,
lie participated in 72 battles and
skirmish is and was wounded only
once. At Five Forks he arriv?J
j just in time t.) SAVC Custer's COUi
j tuaiu, which was being cut to pieces,
Yavapai. The .-allows on which j
M done was executed at l'rescott a !
short time njro is now bc:iij taken '
down . ... One case of small pox is in
thept st hou-e at Preseott .... Eight
pii.-oneis in tlie County jail....
Mollis I.insey is planting i(it;itoes
in bis i?ard n near 1 "roscott which
Ki-ft him 75 cents jier pound ... .
The urw C iurt h.iuse is rajii lly ap
jToaehiiii; coiuplction.
MoilAVK. Court colivi nos the
(i:h of next month . . . . McCiacLe u
aud Signal miniiii' coinpauiis to
gether ciiiploy about ."0 men . . . .
B.iaid is SKI per week in Signal
I citv. . . .JiiiL'e T(ecd will luiiclice
law in this c.oui.ty.
1'lNAL. A. llaniinerlai:, of the
firm of J. Collinjrwood Co. ha
n tured fMiu San Francisco. ... M
All' i . . 1 . . . 1 '
. . . .The firm of Zaekeu lorf Bros '
has been dissolved Arrivals in
Tucson are iiuTeasiiip; .... The
licadqiiaiters of the Six'h Cavalry
will shortly be changed from Camp
Grant to Camp Lowell.
ii :. ami stisMirtv.
A gentleman who arrived in Salt
Lake City, April 4, from Idaho
brings information of an uprising of
the lSannock Indians on the Itoss
Fork Ib-servat ion in that Territory
Several marauding bands have s:ol i
cattle from settlers in Port Ntut
Valley, aud Goodman Brothers o.
Logau, Utah, who have been wintu
ing cattle there, have been drive;
off and have suffered heavily iu los.
of stock. The-e are tbe Indians
who created trouble la.-t Fall and
l.n.l OHO I...i.j,. t .1 V..... .1 1 ..
jr a i.irvvil Hum llieiu t.i
r, . c .
ociivl.ii oinii it.
Iuf.iriuatioa ha
beeu received .1:
the Iinlian Oiiiee, Was'iingioii. that
70 ,,,J-" of 1""l-:lJ ,,:lV0 1, ft "
reservaiiiu atrti.-i.st tlie Oider.i of
their .geiit. Congress dt lays ap
propriating money ti) remove toe
Indians to their promised reseiva
lion, and liny go away in disgust
from their present uusa:i.-f nt ,ry
lU iilc1--
The ir!.i fi ;lt.- on tin- CVm-
itK' I,ave CiMiimfiuvd. Thirtm.
fist di-put s occurred Li one day dur
ing the early part of this mynth.
The one which caused the most is
c't'inent was between, Sam Davis a
reporter of the Yirg'.ni i City
Chr'-nwb; an.l Major E. I! Stonebill,
whisky, which is systematically sup
plied to British Indians at Port
Townscnd, on the Amcrie in side.
On Wednesday, Apiil 4, the
Treasurer of the L'utetiion (Go.)
Branch Biilroad was robbed of
$3000 cash and S20.000 iu notes
and mortgages.
Thomas Coiiroy, foremen of the
Penobscot mine. ILlena, Montana,
fell down a sh aft April 2, receiving
injuries from which he died duriii '
the ui-ht.
ti T f - . .
ILcGoveinor of California has
appointed ex-Assemblyman Tuttle
j Transportation Commissioner.
",lv,m" "' I.,tt -r thev se'J at ten cents a yard.
hepoMli mof road overseer of dis- of th(w -Ilg -J-01 aceos they have
tnt',-V,)- L itbe cilebiated Li.riliard ai,d Bru-
Pima. The f-h- rifT has started Iu.,t( , r;lluSj whu.h w the W()rd
on his annual ass. ssin- tour. . . . ' 0,- Sn(ikil g T1)11W.0S lhev l;lve the
Tucson has a minstn l company I)u.l:1111 a,.d Lo,,0 Jil(k Thcvsell
....Mr. A. lVne.who is lar-ely . tlie W (f Cal fornia or Arizona
interested in miniiii matters in tlrs 1 ,,.UOI) , 2S c.,uU cr poullJ and
county, is in Tuc.-on . . . . A Court ,.,; ,fi, flI1(. (res8 jr00ds at one dol
Maitial is appointed to met t at : i ,r ptT j.ar.j
Camp CJrunt on the 18th instant j
AVhen the Apache roamed over
Arizona transportation was high,
ravt l!ing d tngi r. us and the cost of
living iniioitionately preat. Now
that peace is establihed pi ices have
fail n. and the tendency is still
downward. Of those who sell
cheap E. Irvine & Co. have taken
the h ad in n duein prices ever
siiice they lir-t started in business.
Tle y beli vi; that a merchant
shoii'd 1 e satisfied to make a reas
onable profit. At this time they
have a large stock on hand which
thi ywi-di to clear out entirely, and
in order to do so they will sell Gro
ceries at the lowest market rates,
and Iry Goods, Hardware. Tin
ware, etc.. at a very small advance
on cost. They have a large stock of
Shirting. Sheetinrr aud Prints. The
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We call the attention of Farmen-
Siockraisers and Pr spie,
j , 111 "10 vi'imty of llayd ns
i Ferry to our large and well selected
Btock in 0;lr branch store at that
pi ice, which will be sold at Phenix
J price.
E.IKYINE&CO.
camp Mcdowell
STOKE
To Miners,
Prospectors,
Stock and
Ranchmen,
And Travelers to and from
Plienix to Globe City,
"Wheat Fields, Rich
mond Basin, M6-
Millenville, Up
per Salt river
and Tonto
Basin.
tJJI would announce
that the ahovc Store is well
supplied with a
GENERAL ASSOPiTM EXT
OF
M E R C II A N DISE,
Which I will sell nt current rates
FOB. CASH,
Liberal advances made on Wool
and other products consigned to me.
J0I1X SMITU.
McDowell, A. T., March 18, 1878
A CAPtD.
Mr. Goldberg akes this
mode of thanking tis cus
tomers and the public in
general for past favors so
liberally bestowed, and at
tlie same time desires to
inform his friends that,
having purchased the store
the old stand, and that
tlie increase in his business
compelled lain to make
more room for goods, which
will enable him to make
his establishment in point
of accommodation and de
sirability of goods second
to none in this town.
His stock consists of a
full assortment of
ECEirGeneral Merchandise,
Groceries, Provisions,
Hardware, Crockery,
. Glassware and Cigars,
Liquors and Tobaccos,
Clothing, Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoes-S3&
And everything pertaining
to a first-class store.
Parties will find it to
their advantage by calling
on me before purchasing
elsewhere.
A. G0LBERG.
Near the Brewery.
NEW BUTCHER SHOP 1 I
JOHN KNAU3 & CO..
CORXEtt WASHINGTON
AND
CEXTRE STREETS.
We are prepared to fur
nish customers at reason
tble. rates.
" DUBLIN'S"
Seed, Exchange and Sale
Stable.
AeeoraraodaHon for Hnraea. ITay and Oraai
.Uay, on hand, and homes well eared lor.
A FIRST-CLASS BAR ATTACHED.
Where "DUBLIX" Veep, th
Best brands of Liquors and
Cigars.
T. OLSON,
Corner Wauinrt"ii d Centre Streeia.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER.
Fa-hion tile Boo's ard Shoes Of t keat
material, made to order in e errant sty..
TERFECT FITS GCARAXTtED.
I five my entire attention te euatora
mml" work, and I have every lcility fur g
eut:rt satUtaction.
SEND IX YOUR ORDERS.
BARBER SHOP.
Shampooing, - - f 0 ct
Hair Cut ing, - - -50 cts
Shaving, 25 cts
Or, all three for SI. 00.
In rear of Cotto 's Bill nd TarFis
HENRY TT1TETT.
I'lnprii tor.
FURNITURE FACTORY.
M. ntezama. between JtffersoD and Adam ts
PncEx-ix, . . . Arizona.
Tnos. Howe,
Prop'i

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