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VOL. 1. PHENIX, SALT RIVER VALLEY, MARICOPA COUNTY, A. T., SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1878. NO. 25. SALT RIVER HERALD. Published every Saturday by the PHtENIX POBLISHISO COMPANY. C. K. McClistock . . Editor and lianas ol SOBKOniPTlOIf Rate. Ona O!opy one year - - S ' ' One t'opy six months - - - i 5u j ne C"py llir-e smth. - - - - 1 .10 lit-carrier, in Plientx, Per Month - oO cents . Veur issue constitute One MiutU. j APVKBnSINQ K&TKH. ! One inch, oue insertion.. - $2 00 F.ach Subeequent insertion 1 j Professional cards, per quarter 4 00 j Agent. ' SAX FRANCISCO Charles W. Craae ! OI't'ICIiL DIKECTOllV. TCRKITOKIAI. OFFtT.nS. r-!ecate to Coujren Hiram S. Stevens Governor John P. H..yt 9. .creinrv John Oosper Auiotant Secretary J. E. Anders, a As.tit-r F..V. Clnrk Treasurer T.J. Butler R'irveynr ineral John Watson S ipreme Julre First Di.triet. .Chief Ja.tire 0. f! W. French S-r.m-1 District He Purest Porter Third District Charles S lent. Clerk Supreme Court Joseph Neuirnts 1" ft. Kistrii-t A t to rue v b. 11. Pumtnr V ilted States Marshal. .. P'patr Marshal. Di-t W. W. Stnndi'er H. C. M I).ald Voll.etur Internal Revenue. .Thus. Cordis atee-ister V. fi. Ind Office--- preseott W. K. Kelly Florence C. D. Fusion Receiver L'. S. I.and llEce Florence R.ier'es Prsseott (". Louul MiiiKTi x corsTT orncr.ns. Probate Judge Wm. A. Hancock Sheriff Ueo. E. Mowry 1'a.ier Sheriff J Phr County Iteeonlrr W. F MrNulty County Treasurer F. A Shasr Dtstrh-t Attorney ...John T. Alsnp Clerk D-strict Court r. A. Shaw, SU. B. Carley. (le... V. Buck. J. 1). Monition. Supervisors. rmKNix rti- iN"r. Justices of the Fence: J. II. K urn burr anl K. 1'. llilands. T.m)e Precinct II. Dunham llH-bmund Frwiincl.. Andrew Laybev and J. L. Laltue. POLITICAL. For HhrrllT. I hereby announce myself m Candidate fr HherifT ot Maiieoja county, at the commf lection. .ltiK!M.f3 l'HV. PntMS. A. T. Jane 22. li?7. U For lelr grate to roncresn. To the Voters of Arizona Territory: I hereby anmmnrf myself as a Candidate fnr I eleirate tu Congress at the enMtina; No veu.ber election. K.Xs S. Wuolset. For Oelejiate to Congress. To thr Voters o Arivma : I very rspe;tful y Bnoonnne m y f n nn Independent People Candidate for Ite-obrtinn totho 4tu CunirrfM. If 1 urn elected. I will trictly adhere to my former course, and with th adrautnje of pawd exjrirtnre, will 1abir to advance the entire intr-jt of the Territory and her pttpl. To thi nd I Try respect fully solicit the support of all citizens. lUspectfiiUv, Jue 1 187S. H. 8. StF.vex?. For Irl-patc o CoDgrrss. To the Voters of Arizona: la aceordatice with thtt cxpr wed wiih" .f a grrat many citisvn of the Territory-. I herewith submit my name to the voter therof. an an In dependent Candidate to the 4tth C'tiera of the United Stntrs, end most respectfully ask the siipr-Jirt of my fellow citizen. pn'mi-n? that, if elected. I will do everythiuff p-wnihle. ki an honorable way, to serve thetn and the Territory. April, 22, ltT7?. Jons fi. CAMPRKLL. 11-tf rnoFESsioxA l7 yVHARTtlS SIIEKTS. Physieians and Surgeons. Will attend rofeai"nal calls at any bnnr of the day or nieht. Otfice first door east of the Courthouse, l'benix. A T. (. H. P. Sheets. M. !.. late of R-no SeT. J. E. Wharton, M. O., L". S. Medical Exam iner; n-tt T)K- l 1 OSYERS. Physician and Sur geon. (Late of Visalia. Cal ' OFFICE Washington, twodojn from Mm texnma steret, Pbenix, Arixna. THX T. AI.SAP. Attorney and Counselor at Lair. Phoenix. Arizona. f J. TIIIIIOIXI. M. D. Physician and Snr - eeon, (Irad'iate of the 1'nlversitv ttf (Juen's Col leee. Canada. 106. Ottlee at drug store of i nosBPSon dt ts. A H. I.EMON. Attorney at l.iw. OtTir opposite Court Heise. oa Wa.iinton St.. Plioenlx. Arizona. Prompt attention riven to all business entrusted me in the Federal and County Cour's of the Territory. rM. A. HANI'IK'K. Prohate Judre. Notary Public and Attorney at Law. Land busi ness a speciality. TOIIX E. NAY l.tlK. Attorney and ('unseiitr at liw. aad Not try Public. Phoenix. Ari Xooa. Will practice in alt Ctuirts of the Ter'ty. OK 4k ItliLAN. Attorneys at Law. Phoenix. Arixoaa. Will prartiee at all Courts ol the Territory. .VJI. ISAAC, Surveyor and Civil Engineer. All work guaranteed Prices reasonable. Orderi left with the Pbotaix Postmaster will receive attention. yRANKLlX Mi-CI'SKER. Attorney and Counselor at Ijtw. Prescott. Ari zona. Will practice in all the Courts. Office with the Dis trict Attoraer. s A RAM. BKI'NER it BKI'NKH, Attorneys e - and Counse ors at Law. Prescott. Arixona. A J. Bniner. Notary. Will practice in all the Courts. Special attentioa givea to Mining l.aw ad the perfecting of titles to land. T.MTCH ClirRClULI Attorneys and I 'onnselnrs mt I t. v Prescott. Arixona. W ill practice in all the Courts of the Terri tory. Special attention riven to practice in the rtupreme Court; also Mining Law and the per fecting of titles to land. JOHN HOWARO. Attorney and Counselor at Law, PrescoU. Arizona! Office, South Montezuma St. IAI'L WEBER, Attorney and Counselor at I -aw, Prescott, Arizona. p J. DRCM. Attorney at Ijtw. Will prac 1 tice in all the Courts. Prescott. A. T. 1LAKE & CO.. Assaycrs. Gold Dust. Gold - and Silver Bullion and Ores of every des arition melted and assayed. All asays ruar untecit. Prie s of ore assay : Silver and Gobi. 3 : Lead. J?.l : lupper, SO. Samples can be enl by mail r express, and returns will be rrmtrtly made. CMice, a :tu WelU, Fargo & xJo.: rrcscutt. AltlZ.O.VA COMIK.VSKI). The following items wc cull frcm our Arizona exchanges : Horse thieves are unite numer ous at Tucson- The Tuc.onites are coinplain itiq aliout the mail. A new strike is reported in the lilnekburu mine nt (iila City. The m.ishinpry for tlie Gila city licej3 has arrived at Viiina. The garrison at Fort Yuma consists of three uicn and two offi cers. The Grand Central mine near Tucson, is spoken of as another bo nanza. The democratic County Com mittee of Yuma meet ucxt Mouday evening. The Eighth Infantry left Flor ence last Friday cu route for the Bannock war. A lat je amount of machinery has arrived at Yuma, fur the Gila Jlinin.' Company. A severe rain and hail storm occurred in the Tombstone wining district on Saturday lu.t. A soda water and sarsaparilla factory has been started at Yuma, l'ricc 75 cents per dozen. Dr. J. C. Handy and Miss Mary Page, were united in marriage at Tucson, on the 17th inst. Thirty-four bars of bullion from the MiCrackcn and Signal mills have been received at Yuma. A new military road is to be built from St. George. Utah, to l'res- cott, via. ilackerry distance 457 uilles- Two hearders lately had a row near .Stan mix station. They were separated before any damage was done. A Postofficc liai been estab lished at Ilackb' rry,Mojave count v. and AIouzo 11. Davis, appointed postmaster. A patent has b-en issued to Colou Jackson and others for the first north extension of the War Eagle mine. The. Hualapai Indians avo get ting troublesome. Xo person has been killed but they arc going after fat beeves. The Tiachao Quartz mill, in Yuma county, is approaching com pletion. The mines ot the company promise well. Au assessment No. 2, of 1 2 J cents per share has been levied on the capital stock of the Silver King South Mining Company. E. Ilosg, formerly in charceof the branch pgencj- of the San Car los Indian IJeservation, is now en gaged in mining in the Tombstone diatiict. The new road from Frescott to Yuma was finished last Friday. Stages will commence running this week. The schedule time will be CO hours. Capt. Smith's Company, Sth Infantry, under command of Lieut. Adams, which has been statiuned at Camp Grant, arrived at Camp Low ell on the 20th, and left for the In dian war. The body of a man lias been found five miles southeast of Mar tinez station, and thirty -oijrht miles north from Tucson, on the Florence road. He was on horseback, but, it is supposed, his water gave out and becoming exhausted, he took the saddle off his animal, and i-ii . ... v. iaiu uon wnerc lie Uicu. lie. was employed as draw tender of the Webster street bridge, Oakland, du ring the mouths of December and January last. Milting in Arizona. From Arizona excellent news of mining prospects come by every mail. A number of San Francisco experts and capitalists are bestir ring themselves in looking lor profit able investments and opportunities to (levelope enterprises. I lie con trast from the condition of the Ter ritory since the editorial corres pondence of the Post drew close at tention to its very remarkable min er?! anil other natural advantages some thirteen months since is very great indeed. Population is rapid ly increasing, especially in Mohave, Pimaaud Pinal counties the north western, southeast.' and eentral tortious of the. Territory. Tucson and the valley of tiro dauU Cruz. to the south, are being largely ben- cfitted. Eastern capital has flowed i into that section 10 the amount of over $1,000,000 since the Aztec syndicate for working the rich min eral lodes of the Santa Rita moun tains was first formed. The prop erty has passed into the hands of a body of wealthy I'hiladelphians, who intend working it as a perma nent enterprise. The stock of the two incorporated mines the Aztec mid Inca is held for investment and not speculation. 'I he origina tors ot the Aztec are now putting upon the market, under the desig nation of the Toltec Mining Syndi cate, a group of ten selected mines. two of which are being worked at this time. lr. 11. F. Burges?, n well-known citizen of Los Angeles, has just returned from a three months' tour ot the indicated region. He visited a large number of mining districts, found vast numbers of prospectors locating claims and searching for more, and confirms all previous reports of the richness of the Aztec, Toltec and Tombstone mines. The great need of the Territory is mining machinery. There is ore enough on the dumps for all the mills that can be erected in twelve months. The Tombstone District lies on the western slope of the fa mous Dragoon mountains. Messrs. Haggin & Ttvis ha-e invested largely therein. A body of Con necticut and Indiana capitalists have-recently formed at Watcrbury, Connecticut, a company for devel oping and working a number of mines and locations in the Santa Rita mountains, the Arivaca and Oro Blanco districts. These enter prises are all taking capital in. The I lie loltec Syndicate of I ueson and this city has reoccupied the famous Hacienda del Santa Rita. Arizona is to be congratulated on her prospects. The news is good from all parts ot the lerntory. Population, prospectors and capital are moving, especially from the East in her direction. San Francisco I'ost. A (jiood Woril for Arizona. Arizona is beginning to attract considerable attention in the East, and letter writers are giving glowing accounts of its mineral wonders. A correspondent of the Cincinnati Ga zette is. especially euthu.Mastic over the mineral developments of that Territory, and draws exciting pic tures of its future. He declares that to be richer in precious metals than an)- other section of the country. Its wealth iu silver and gold, he says, is not a new discovery, tbc " region having been known for 300 years as essentially a silver country. Before St- Augustine, Florida, was settled, before the Pilgrim Fathers landed on Plymouth Rock, the Jesuit Fathers had pushed out into Arizona on the pathway pioneered by the followers of Cortex, and there established Missions. They discovered silver there, but wilh their crude methods, uncertain pur poses, and the Apache violence, which has reddened Arizona with Spanish, Mexican and white blood for three centuries, mining was not vigorously prosecuted. To-day old arastras on which Mexicans years ago crushed ore by dragging a stone nrou-jd a circular water-tight com partment, with a blindfolded mule for motive power, can be seen, and slag from Mexican furnaces lies scattered on the mountains of southern Arizona. The time which has elapsed since these workings, is suggested by the fact that in the interval, great incstpiit trees of a notably slow growth have since grown up. Anderson, in his Silver country, quotes from "Ward's His tory of Mexico, written in 18-27, as follows : AVc have the following record in evidence of tho masses of pure silver extracted in Southern Arizona: Dom Domingo Asmeiidi paid duties on a piece of virgin silver which weighed 275 pounds. The King brought suit for the duties on the several other pieces, which together weighed 4,033 pounds ; also, for the recovery as a curiosity, and therefore the property of the King, of a certain piece of silver of the weight of 2,700 pounds. This is probably the largest piece of pure silver ever found iu the world.'' Virgin.a Enterprise. 8. M. Ashrnfeltor of the Silver City Jhruhh is to lo a vandulalc for Congress fruiu Nov Mexico. MISCELLANE0 U.S. DUDLEY HOUSE, Gurley St, Prescott Arizona. A FIRST - CLASS HOUSE, OS THE EUROPEAN PLAN. ts New and clean beds for lodgers and etc gunt rooms for families. FUED. WILLIAMS, Prop. PICKET POST HOTEL. Having lately purchased the above named Hotel, I have made many improvements, and offer superior accommodations tu the TRAVELING rUIJLIG. A Feed Vard and Corral arc connected with the bouse. I.oratiou, directly opposite the Postoluce Mite. E. UESTON, Pnop. no54.f Washinir; ! ! Wash ins: ! ! ! A First C'iis WASH IIOVRR. on the corner of Jrf!VroD and Tine, strv!s, Ulwvk tt-V ha .p-n-rd hre you can the b-t of wshii'sr dune at lb shortest notice Uy a Spanish Family. FAMILY WASHING A SPECIALTY. All Work Guarrantoed. Bo241tn XEPOMUCENO UKQflJO. ARIZONA SCENERY AT LORING'S BAZAAR. A full assortment of vUwt of all parts of Ariz ot a ircludinir Yiews of towns, government post... Indians, cactus, etc-., 8t10 find stere- so..pic;if. G. II. KOTflROL'sK. tin snor. S3$r FKESCOTT, ARIZONA. C. K. KHEDEHICK, S. HILL. FREDERICK & JILL, Wholesale and lietnil Manufactures ol Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware, Proofing, Gutters and all hinds of work. Lard Cans at lowest rates. Prompt attention riven to orders br Mail. 3 3 LAUD OANS.-5g5ST Cosmopolitan Restauran Washington Street rtienuK. Next door east of Cotton s TtiUiara Parlors. The cheaes. and West place to jre your meals. Board prr tiffk S OO With teirs . O OO Simile; niraln ... 73 Wm. HOLLAND. HI WEEKLY BULLETIN Contain, all the S,w Francisco. Slate and j ('ant News ol tt.e week, while itn rxtenxive I (NrrcsHndftre nnd volumiumis di 'patches keep j ite loaders advised of all important events I of th? world. The MKKCI1 A NT. the .MINER, the MECHANIC, nod tbe FA KM Kit cannot af- tirrd to be without it. Iu Financial articles. Mining- stork and .Market reports are accurate, and its Airricultural leiaxtnent is made an imnur ant feature. Single subftcription. 43 per year: stx months vl 50. Chit of ten or tnoro, to one ad dreSM, will b furnished at $2 40 per c-py cr v-ar, and one copy free to the party getting up 'be Club. FOR SATE. Hhe Station nd and Ranch, known as Moore's Station, sit tutted at the junction of the Gil Ictt, Phenix and Prescott najron roadsoue half mile from Gillett. There are plenty ol a-ood building, suod corrals and a gnod well of wa tt r. A deiiir-ible location, and good chance for a party adapted to the business. Apply on the ranch, or at this ofiicc. uoiM tfvr W.O. MOORE. Xotire. I. S. Laxp Orrur. FLOKEXCE, Jul It, leVB. I am authorized by the Texas Pacific Rail rtMid Company to say, that occupants ot lands reserved to s-tid Couinany, by Act of Contrress, who file npplicatiopii. cau have the option of purchase nt iiootiie minimum price lor a s'ated time after the title is ct-ntpM. J'J If CHVKLCb 1. rt'MOX. BUSINESS CARDS. PHENIX HOTEL. WasUngtou Street, between Maricopa tub Pima .Streets. Clean Beds and well Ventilated Rooms, by the day er night. Best of Accommodations for Families. A sbowr bath has lately been nnnctcd with the Hotel fur th conrenienoe cf guests and the public grnerally. I. J. GARDINER, Proprietor. 15-tf T. J. Morgan, Gurlev St., una door east Post Office, Prescott Arizona AND DEALERS IX Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jew elry and Silvcrwitre, Spectacles, Gold Pens and Pencils, etc. Watchmakers and Manufacturinr. Jewelers. AH kinds of Jewelrvand Silverware made from Native ir Id and Silver. Knrrnvinrsol ever description. Seal Presses, Ribbon Stamps. Furniture Factory. Mtntezuroa, between Jefferson and AdamsSts Eastern Mid Chain Constantly on Hand Pinexix, . . . Arizona. Thos. nowE, - - Prop'r BRICK FOR SALE. Inquire of ALLEN it FEW, Contractors and Builders. At the new Biick'yard, Phenix. THOMAS. W. PARKER, Gunsmith and Locksmith. All work In ray line Intrusted to me will be executed promptly, mud In a workmanlike manner. Orders left at my rvidnce, Montezuma street, will receive prompt attention. 15-tf T. C. Depew. J. T. Walsh Carpenters and Builders. .Store and office fitling promptly attended to also Jobbing; .Shop C.rn?r Washington and C'ortn sts. 11-4 T. OLSON, Corner Washington and Centre .Streets. BOOT AND SHOE MAKER. Fashionable Boots and Shoes. Of the best material, made to order in elegant style. PEUFECT FITS GUARANTEED. I give my entire attention to custom made work, and I have every facility forgiving entire satisfaction. SEND IX YOUR ORDERS. GUSTAV KAUCIIER. Next IluilUinr' sooth of the Heuald Office Manufacturing Jeweler. All kinds of Jewelry made and ri aired "Dublin's" Feed, Exchange and Sale Stable. Arcommralallons for Honrs. Hay anl Grain always on hand, auu horses well eared lor. A FIRST-CLASS BAR ATTACHED, Where "Dl'BLIN" keeps tbe Best brands of Liquors and Cigars. MURRAY & EVERETTS. HOUSE AXD SIRS PAINTERS. Opposite IlERaLDOffice . Phenix. Houses and Sign paiateit. Paper Hang ing neatly done. Also Stain ing and Graining Well done, with Skill and Promptness. Orders left with YVaUh Jt Depew will receive prompt attention. 15-tf. CARPENTERING mid CONTRACT "WORK- -IX FACT. Jub'uing work of all kinds done at the ibertes notice, aud on the ota reasonable tertia Leave orders at the Ken's Depot. W, K. .MOItr.lS. BUSINESS CARDS. New Butcher Shop. On Montezuma Street 'next te tbe HERALD Office. Villiaui T. Smith Proprietor, Begs to inform the People or Phenix andsur rounddinr country that tbe best Heats of all kinds will be found at hie New aad Clean Market. Give me a Call. I3t Y0UXG AMERICA Hotel axd Restaurant, GIIXETT - ARIZOXA. Board by tbe day or week 22 W. F. SINGLE, Proprietor. GILLETT LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES. 9Iann A CBcfc .... Fropr. This Pioneer Stable of Gi'.'ett has at all times hay and grain and all the accommodations lor boarding botses. Horses on band at all times t t and for sale. 20-tf BUTCHER SHOP. JOHN KNAUS. tonSERVASHINGTON , AND CENTRE STREETS: TVe are prepared to fur nish customers at reason able rates. A. H. CUMMIXGS, (Established 18G3.) P. 0. Box 272, 82 J Stree SACRAMENTO, California. Importer and Dealer to Green and Dried Fruits, Raisins, Candles, Sate, Honey, etc., All orders by mall promptly flUed. TIPTOP MINE Feed Yard and Livery Stablo. W'HF.N YOI" COME OFT to tbe mine be ' sure and leave your animals at my t'.rral, where they will receive the best of attentioa and care. A. S. NEFF. g if Proprietor. TIPTOP MILL BOARDING nOUSE. TWO DOLLARS PER DAT. THE TABLE is supplied with all tbe delica cies of tbe season. u g.tt 3IRS. J. E.BROWN. CARPENTER SHOP. All work in my Hne done at the shortest a. tice. Contracts taken. Corner of A dame and Montexuma streets. J..U. CUMMING8. 15-tf NEW BARBER SHOP. rlinve opened for the present, a new BARBER SHOP ia the rear of the Magnolia r-aloosx entrance on MONTEZUMA STREET. - By strict attention to business, I hope to w at rant a fair share at your patronage WM. STVRNBCRG. Late of San Fraacisco. BARBER SHOP. Shampooing, - - 50 ets Hair Cutting, - - - 50 cU Shaving, - - - 25 cU Or, oil three for $1.00. Ia rear of Cotton's Billard Parlora HENRY TIPPETT. Propriet'Je' New Phenix Bakery J. HEINSON, Proprietor. Washington street opposite the Courthouse. Five loaves of Bread, or Five Bread Tickets for One Dollar. Pies and Cakes a. ways on band. 14-tf A.J.MASON, 00TS AXD SHOES. RRESCOTT, - ARIZONA Secoud door north of the Pest Office.