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VOL. 2.
PHENIX, SALT RIVER VALLEY, MARICOPA COUNTY, A. T., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 187S.
NO. C
The
El-VE B
SALT RIVER HERALD.
SALT RIVER HERALD.
Published crery Saturday by the
FHENH PUBLISHING C.OMPAXT.
C. E. MeCLINTOCK - Editor and Manager.
8nmcBimoM Batu.
On Copy ona year - - - $5 00
On Copy six months - i5"
a Copy Inn months. - - I 50
By carrier, i Phenix. Psr Month - 50 cents
Feorissueseonstitute Onf Month.
ADTKRTisnra Ratks. -
One Inch, one insertion $3 00
Each Subsequent insertion 1 On
Professional cards, per quarter 4 00
Agent.
BAN FRANCISCO Charles W. Crane
OFF ICI4L I) I RECTORY.
TCRKrrOKiAL OFFirsna.
Delegate to Coogress Uiratn 8. Str-rens
Oovrnor John P. Hoyt
8 wretarr John J. Ousper
Assistant Secretary ........ J. F.. AnMrrw s
Aoditur E. P. Clark
Treasurer T. J. Botler
Horveyor Central John Watson
U iprerae Jndres
First rw-trict .Chief Jastiee 0. O. W. French
ft-euoit District DeForest Porter
Third District. Charles 8 lent.
Clerk Supreme Court Joseph Neue;aa
V S. PiMrict Attorney E. B. Pomroy
V ilted States Marshal W. W. Standifer
D-puty Marshal, i Dist H. C. McDonald
Collator Internal Rerenue Thos. Cordis
Krist-r V. 8. Land OBes-
Prrseott W. N. Kelly
Florence C. D. 1'osten
Receiver U. 8. Land Offloe--
Ploresce Levi Rurales
rreeeott George Lount
. MABICOTA COUSTT OrFIC.
Prtbnte Jadg Win. A. llnneoelt
Sheriff Geo. E. Mowry
1's.ler Sheriff Joe Phy
Canty Reorder W. F McNulty
Cattnty Treasurer F. A. Shaw
Iistriet Attorney.. Joha T. Alsep
Clerk District Court F. A. Shaw.
SR. B. Carley.
not. W. Bock.
J. D. Monition.
rwr.!iix rarer rT.
Justice of the Peace : J. D. Ruraburt; and It.
P Hilaads.
Tsmpe Predaet H. Dtmhstn
Riehasoad Percioat. . A ndrew Laybey and J. D.
PROFESSIONAL.
TyHARTON 4c SHEETS. Physicians and
" Suiveon. Will attend professional calls
at aay boar of the day or aisrbt. Office first
dear east of the Courthouse. Phentx. A T.
O. H. P. Sheets. St. D.. late of Reno Ner.
J. E. Wharton, M. D U. S. Medical Exam
iner. SMt
JJR. B. L.COKTERS, Physician and Sur-
Lateof Viselia. Cal )
OFFICE Washington, twe d-jn from Moa
taxasma steret, Pbenix. Arizona.
JOHN T. ALSAP. Attorney and Couosrlvr
at Law. Phoenix. Arixona.
OJ. THIBODO. X. D. ltijrsirfcui and Sur
reoa, Oraduatc of the f'nirereitr of ttn's
roller. Canada, 1806. Oan at drug store of
T swan joa A Co.
A n- LEMOV. Attorney at Law. Office
opposite Court Honse. on Washiurtnn St..
Pbealx. Arixona. Prompt attention s?vn to
all bnsia-as entrnted me m the Federal and
County Cawns of the Territory.
TtTJf. A. HANCOCK. Probate Jndre. Notary
Public and Attorney at Law. Land busi
ness a speciality.
TOHN E. NAVLOK. Attorney and Counselor
' at Ijiw. and NuUry Public. Phoenix. Ari
xona. Will practice in all Courts of the Ter'ty.
rtOX BOLAN. Attorney" at Law, Pl.enii.
Arixinsa, Will practice at all Courts ot
the Territory.
T No. I OUK.GG M. I)., I'h v.i. Xur-
reoo aad Accoucheur. References without
permusion. F. M. C-vrill. U S. Senator,
Missouri. Col. John T, Criap, Dcm. Nominee
for Cnnrress from Misom.
OFFICE Two miles Sonth Harden s Feny
Arixona. "v?-n3tf
VRANKLTN McCUSKER. Attorney and
A Counselor at Law. Prescott. Arizona. Will
practice in all the Courts. Office with the Dis
trict Attorner.
RAM. BRl'NER Ac BRI'XF.R. Attorneys
" and Connse ors at Lnw. Prescott. Arina.
A. J. Brnner. Notary. Will practice in ail the
Ceurts. Special attention given to MiDing Law
mad the perfecting of titles to land.
VITCH at CHVRCniLL. Attorneys and
Cauaselors at Us. Preer,tr. Arixona.
Will practice in all the Courts of the Terri
tory. Special attention given to practice in the
Supreme Court; also Mining Law and the per
fecting of titles ta land.
JOHN HOWARD. Attorney and Connselnr
" at Law, Prescott, Arixona. Office, South
Miatexuma St.
pAlIt WEBER, Attorney and Counselor at
Law. Prescott, Arizona.
rp J. DRL'M, Attorney at Ijiw. Will rme--
rJea in all the Courts. Prescott. A. T.
TLAKE at CO.. Assayet. Gold Dust. Gold
aad Silver Bnllion and Ores of every des
eripn. melted and assayed. AH assays guar
anteed. Prios of ore assay : Silver an1 Gold.
3; Lead. S3; t'opper, 6. Samples can be
ant by mail or express, aad returns will be
promptly made. Office, w'th Wells, Fargo
Co. Prescott,
BUSINESS CARDS
BARBER SHOP.
Shampooing, - - 25 cts
Hair Cutting, - - - 50 cts
Shaving, - - 25 cts
Or, all three for $1.00.
I rear of Cotton's Billard Parlors
HENRY TIPPETT,
Proprietor
New Phenix Bakery
J. HEIXSOX, Proprietor.
WasMagtoa street opposita the Conrthouse.
Eight loavasof Bread, or Eight Bread Tick
ets far Oa Dvllar.
Pie aad Cakes aloays oa hand.
H tf
PIONEER BAKERY
WAnrNOTON Street.
Xorthtxut Corner tf the Plata,
ILOATES OF BREAD FOR 1 DOLLAR.
FnrH Cakes and Paotry of all kinds, for wed
ding parties, etc, prepared In order.
v?-aJ--f JVLIl S BAITBIXy.
BUSINESS CARDS.
. PHENIX: ' HOTEL.
W'asl- iDgton Strwt, between Maricopa anb
Pima Streets.
Cleao Beds aod well Ventilated Room, by
the day r aigbt.
Best ot Accommodations tor FamillfS.
A shower bath baa lately been enncted
with trt Hotel fir ih ronrnienee f
guests and the aublie generally.
I. J. GARDINER, Proprietor. 15 tf
T. J. Morgan,
Gurler St., ona door east Post OrOca,
Prescott...... ....... ..Arizona
DEALER IN
Diamond?, Watches, Clock", Jew
elry and Silverware, Spectacles,
Gold Pens and Pencils, etc.
Watchmakers aad Manufacturing Jewelers.
All kinds of Jewelry and Silverware made from
Native Geld and Silver. Engravings ol every
description. 8eal Presses. Ribbon Stamps.
Furniture Factory.
Ucntexnma, between Jefferson and Adams Sts
Eastern Mad Chairs Constantly oa Hand
Phekix, . , . Arizona.
Thos. Howe,
Prop'r
THOMAS. W. PARKER,
Gunsmith and - Locksmith.
AH work In my line Intrusted to m will
be executed promptly, aad la a workmanlike
Orders left at my residence, Montezuma street,
will reAeiee prompt attention. 15-tf
T. C. Df pew.
J. T. Walsh
Carpenters and Builders.
.Store anil office fitting promptly attended to
also Jobbing
Shop Comer Tv'asbiogton and Cortex 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 e.egant style.
PERFECT FITS GUARANTEED.
I or" I give mr entire attention to cnstonT
nuMle work, and 1 bave everj facility for giving
enure saiisiacuou.
SEND IN YOUR ORDERS.
GUSTAV KAUCHER,
Next Dnildlogi south of tbe FlERALO Office
Manufacturing Jeweler.
All kinds of Jewelry made and ra. aired
REMOVAL.
REMOVAL.
XEW TIN SHOP.
Tlas been removed to the block nbova tbe
Hkuald office and adjwintog tba Saloon of
bteveo Denari.
All warktn my line done in a workmanlike
manner and at a xeasoaable price.
v3-n2tf E. PESQUEIRA.
"Washing ! ! "Washing ! ! !
A First Class WASH HOUSE, on the comer or
Jefferson and Pine, streets. Block 85. has open
ad where you can the best of washing dune
at tba shortest aotice by a Spanish Family.
FAMILY WASHING A SPECIALTY.
All Work Guarranteed.
no4-lm SEPOMUCEXO URql'IJO.
CARPENTERING and
CONTRACT WORK"
.IX FACT.
Jobbing work of all kinds doaa at tba shortest
aotice, aad oa tba moat r mineable terms.
Leave orders at the News Depot
W, R. MORTUS.
DRESS MAKING
AND
Millinery Establishment.
Tbe nndeniired respeetfnlly announces to
tba renp'a f Pbenix and vicinity that she is
lreared to es-ecnte all w-rk in tbe lM-t fa-h
n. and will guarantee perlWt satUfaetion with
all wtark, done. Aieoailk embnVlTry In merino,
flannel, etc. Plain sewing of all kinds dune la
guod style.
Charges to Correap. with the Times.
Mr. Cof.ka.
Wash tor 'on Street, east of Woo'sey k.
Went orlb's srt bill. Do'f
BUSINESS CARDS. : ;
New Butcher Shop.
Washington Street, near Tboirson St Co.s
brag Store.
William T. Smith Proprietor,
Begs to inform tbe People of Pbeulx and snr
roun ling Cwantry that the best Meats of a;l
kind will be fuuud at bis New and Cleao
Market, liive me a Call. 12t
YOUNG AMERICA
IIotel and Restaurant,
GILLETT
ABIZOXA.
Board by the day or week
82 PISCLB A ANDERSON, Props.
GILLETT
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
STABLES.
Ifana St Cnnack .... PrsprM.
Tbi Pinnr Btak's a OlUatt has at all
time bay and graia and all ike aeoum modal ioas
lor buarding borses.
Uoraes on band at all times t at aad for sale.
SO-tf
PICKET POST HOTEL.
. Having lately purchased tbe above named
Hotel, I nave made many Impreremeats, and
offer superior accommodations to tba
TRAVELING TUBLIC.
A Feed Yard and Corral are oonnected with
tba bouse.
LacaClB, directly opposite the Postofflce
MRS. . BESTON, PROF.
no24.f
A. II. CUMMIXGS,
(Established 18B3.)
P. 0. Box 272, 82 J Street
SACRAMENTO, California.
Importer and Dealer in Green sod Dried
Fruits, KaUins, Candies, Nats, Honey, etc.,
- All orders by mail promptly filled.
SAM WING.
NEW LAUNDRY. "
Washing & Ironing Che.:p.
rOLISHIXO XEATLT DONE.
Adams Mtreet, Aojolnlnrj Ooldwnler's
Building. v2 t:lll
KONG LEE.
L iUNDR Y.
WASBISOT0X Street, s : Piiemx
First block above Monition's Corral
Washing called for and retntned. vSoltf
CARPENTER SHOP.
v All work In my line dona at the shortest no
tice. Contracts taken. Corner of Adams and
Montexama streets. J. n. CUMMIXGS.
15-tf
NEW BARBER SHOP.
I have opened for tbe present, a new BARBER
1 KItol' in tba rear of the Magnolia Saloon,
entrance oa
110NTEZUMA STREET.
B.v strict attention to bnsiness, I hope to war
ra nt a lair snaie ml roar paUonagc.
STLRNBLRU.
Late of Sen Francisco.
1TJ1. EVERETT,
HOUSE AND SIGN
PAINTER.
Opposita HE BALD nflSce,
Pbsnii
IlnrsE and Sign PAi:rn!r, Papeu
IIanotxo, S t a i s ixo Axr
Gr.vistxo seatlt
Dose.
Orders left with VTalsh ft Tfepew wilt receive
prompt attention.
rt.Mf
E. IRVINE & CO.
Now that the harvest is
nearly over it is ascertain
ed beyond a peradventure
that the wheat and barley
crop in Salt Rivr Valley
is large. The Gila Valley
usually produces an enor
mous quantity of that grain
but this year very little
has been raised there, ow
ing to the lack of water
for irrigation. The late
abundant rains will insure
fodder in the Northern
part of the Territory but
it has come to l ite for the
coin,- so that crop will be
nearly a failure this year.
This state of affairs in the
surrounding country will
give- the . farmers of Salt
River Valley a market for
all their grain at remuner
ative prices. Barley has
advanced a quarter and
wheat half a cent since har
vest began, with an up
ward tendency.
E. IRVINE & GO,
Who keep at their old
stand on the west side of
the plaza being in unison
with the best interests of
the country, will continue
to supply their patrons
with an3-thing usually
found in a
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Store at the very lowest
price possible. They do
not sell manr times for cost
but they sell at such a
small advance on cost that
all who desire to purchase
will Gnd it to their advan
tage to go thero and buy.
Having purchased the en
tire stock of the late firm
of A. M. Janes k. Co., they
are' prepared to sell many
things at
San Francisco
Prices,
Bu)'ers will do well to note
this fact and call there and
examine this stock before
it is all gone, as there are
bargains to be had un
doubtedly. Powder,
Fuse,
and Caps for
MINERS.
a Specialty.
Agricultural
Implements in
in transit for
stock and
FARMERS.
Do not forget the store on
the west side of the Plaza
with the sign
E. IRVINE & GO.
A Word of Kindness.
How sofilv on the bruised heart
A word of kindness falls.
And to the dry and parched soul
Ihe moist run? tear-drop calls;
Oh ! if they knew who walk the earth
uid sorrow, erne! ana pain.
Tbe power a word of kindness hath,
"1 were paraaise again.
The weakest and the poorest may
1 he simple pittance give.
And bid delight to withered hearts
lieturn again ana live ! -
Oh ! what is life if love be lost,
If man s unkind to man T
Or what the heaven that waiU beyond
This brief and mortal span ? '
As stars upon tbe tranquil sea,
In minute glory shine,
So words of kindness in the heart
Reflect the source divine.
Oh ! then be kind whoe'er thou art
That breathes the mortal breath ;
And it shall brighten all thy life,
And sweeten even death.
AKIZO.YA ITEMS.
The following petition is now be
ing circulated throughout the Terri
tory to the Congress of the United
StuVs:
The undersigned, citizens of the
Territory of Arizona, beg respectful
ly to represent that the coaches
bearing the United State mails lire
continually lobbed in this territory
and el.ewlier.-, to the disgrace of the
nation and detriment of its citizens
We therefore beg to petition that
the Pustmaster General of the Unit
ed Stat' be authorized to employ
a "Postal Guard" of sufficient num
ber and with adequate armament
to protect the mails of the Uuited
States wherever they are cairied,
with authority to kill and destroy
any person or persons who may
molest them. 1 hat the expense of
maintaining said "postal guard' may
be paid out of the revenue of the
Post 'Office Department and that its
organization mav be regulated bv
the Postmaster General of the Unit
ed States.
Star: Col. Lewis, a practical
miner and geologist, who bas oper
ated in all Hi' laming states on the
1 acme Unast, tics relumed tiotu a
tour of iiispeciiou of the Tomb
stone district. He B'lya he neve,
before aw so much mineral wealth,
ana believes that the district will
prove by development to be the
uiot profitable ever discovered on
the Pacific Coast. This is a broad
assertion, but the field is open to
the inspection of all, and interested
parties of exp -lience can see for
themselves. There is nothing kept
back. The ore is on th'' dumps at
several shafts, and more is being
taken out daily, and besides, the
surface indications nr3 before them.
In proof of our assertions in refer
ence to the richness of the develop
ed mnies. nil we ask is for practi
cal miners to give the district a per
sonal inspection.
Entqrprisc; Tom Waters,, a sa
loon keeper at the Peck mine, and
Murphy, a miner, became involved
in a dispute relative to a division of
some money which Murphy had
won at poker the night before with
a stake given him by Waters Tbe
latter called Murphy a "thieving
sou of a b " and both pulled at
the same time, and turned loose.
Waters received a flesh wound iQ
the shoulder ; a ball from his pis
tol struck the cylinder of Murphy's
revolver and split, half of it going
through Murphy'r) right sleeve.
Five shot were fired, when both
pistols, refused to revolve, and Wa
tt-rs struck his opponent over the
head with his, and the deputy sher-
iff stepped in and f-tnpped the row.
The following contracts for flour
have been awarded by Capt. Chas.
P. Eagan, Chief 0. S., under his
advertisement, of Juue 10, 1878:
Camp McDowell-20.0000 pounds
at 3.38 cts., to C. T. Hayden.
Camp Verde 35,000 pounds,
at 4.97 cts. to C. T. Hayden.
Ft. Whipple 35.000 pouuds, at
4.97 cts., to C. T. Hayden.
Camp Grant 10,000 pounds, at
6.25 cts., to Samuel Katzensteiu.
Camp lIuachuca-40,000 pounds
at 6.99 cts., to Samuel Katzenstein,
Camp Thomas 15,000 pounds,
at 6.10 cts., to Chas. Lesinsky.
Camp Bowie 35,000 pounds,
at S.37 cts., Chas. Lesinsky.
Miner : A handsome baker was
going along Montezuma street with
his arms tull of bread ; and sur
mounting the latter there was a
Lirge, hard. Ions sausage. One of
the loaves of bread descended to
mother earth, whereupon the child
of dough stooped down to try to
pick it up, which caused him to
drop the sausage, too. Being a
German, he exclaimed : "Veighn I
drop die broad dat vas bod, but
veighn I lose him lausagc, dat vas
bad zu worst."
Sentitwh The arrival here of a
single shipment of over 100,000
pounds of salt for the Ilackbcrry
quartz mill, shipped by rail from
San i rancisco, is not an altogether
pleasant thing to contemplate. Of
course the railroad company deliv
ers it at a price that benefits the
quartz-mill, and to that extent bene
fits the country. But on the other
hand this competition shuts out a
large number of men and teams
which were developing the great
rock-salt mines of the Virgin and
Muddy, and to that extent injures
the country. Ox teams have no
chance to compete with a railroad
and steamboat that cirries salt over
1,000 miles for less than one cent
per pound. If other goods were
brought into Arizona at the same
rates, then indeed could our joy be
unmixed. But there are two ways
of looking at this salt business.
Sentinel : Prescott freight is like
ly to lake a new route from Yu
ma. Several freighters have
offered to haul from there
to Prescott at 6 to 7 cents
per pound, and tor less as the roads
get packed, or grain gets cheaper.
At present that freight goes from
Ehrcnberg at 4J to 5 cents per
pound, and from l uma to Ehren
berg by steamboat at S20 per ton,
measurement, equivalent to Ij to 2
cents per ound weight. I be pro
position is to go by way of Burke's
and Wickchburg, bringing lumber
to Phenix and getting cheap grain
there on return trip. This last can
not be done on the Ehreuberg road.
As the railroad progresses up the
Gil t this new route will be adopted
anyhow, freight being delivered to
teams at new depots.
Sentinel: Truman did not come
out here, after all, to investigate
mail matters; and wc are glad of it,
for he perhaps would have done no
work heavier than hunting shade.
Prehaps the P. 0. Department
thought so too; a man has been sent
out who has fewer political patrons,
but who is willing to work. Un
fortunately his efforts are to be
chiefly directed toward detection of
robbers; he therefore requests that
his name and destination be not
made public. But Arizona can
still hope that live Agents may yet
ba appointed, who will look after
mail abuses quite as intolerable as
robberies.
Miner A meeting of the cred
itors of the estate of S. C. Miller Jc
Co., was lately held. The accoun's
of T. J. Butler, assignee, were pre
sented, audited and allowed, show
ing cash balance on hand of S2,
7U0 23. Amount received by the
estate was S6.560 69. Amount, dis
bursed by assignee, in settling up
estate, $3,7(37 51, leaving balance
as hist stated. A dividend ot 3 I
per cent, was declared to the credit
ors. Indebtedness against the es
tate to the amount of $45,560 02
has been provcu.
Miner: From present indications
the count' y about the Tiger mine
w'dl, within the ensuing six months,
have three mills in active operation.
The mill for the Orr Bouito mine
is on its way ; Mr. Helm, the super
intendent of the Tiger, has gone to
San Francisco to arrange for the
erection of a mill for that mine,
with every assurance of success ;
and the immediate erection of a
mill upon the Gray Eagle mine is
almost a certainty.
3finer: A "hasty bowl of soup"
looking individual, with a horse at
the end of a riata, threw open the
dining room door, this noon, at the
Bon Ton restaurant and inquired in
a stentorian tone of voice. "Can I
get dinner h-re in two hours ?"
"Well," said thu Japanese propri
etor very politely, "we have only
three mt.-n here to wait on the table,
but I think we can bring you out
all we have in that time."
Miner: Davis will carry Mohave
county by a large majority. Wool
scy will c.irry Marie p x, Pinal and
Yuma. He will come into Yava
pai ahead of Campbell 700 votes,
and lead Steveus and Davis about
500. He will stand either of the
other candidates off in Yavapai and
beat Campbell jn Prescott. That's
what's the matter with Hannah.
Expositor ; A specia3 of wild cat
was killed in the cottonwood grove
twelve miles above Yuma, several
days ago. It had a long tail, a
double set of ears and measured
three feet two inches from tip of
noe to end t f tail. Its skin is a
matter of great cursosity to all who
examine it.
The arrangements for the con
struction of a telegraph line from
Tucson to Arivaca are completed,
and work will shortly be commenc
ed. It will cost about $5,000. The
Governor of Sonora is prepared ti
commence building a connecting
line from Giuymas. thereby giving
direct communication with the city
of Mexico.
A soon as the. Atchison, Topck.i
& Santa Fe railroad is built we'd
into New Mexico, Messrs. H. Lesin
sky & Co., of the Clifiou copper
mines, will guarantee it 4,000. 00O
pounds of freight per annum; thre
going out and one coming in from
their business alone.
The new hotel of Fred William,
at Prescott, is two stories high. 04 ,
feet long and 35 feet wide. It !
to have about 30 sleeping rooms,
besides a parlor, sitting uroni. etc
The building looms above all othrr-i
and is ai instiuiiou much ncedel
in Prescott.
Picket Post has four roercanlix
establishments, two hotels, and sa
loons without number. Thrc
quartz mills arc in active operation.
Subscriptions are being raised t
build a school house.
Fifty-seven recruits left Omaht
on the 6th of this month under Lt.
Rhodes, Eighth Cavalry, for dis
tribution in Arizona.
Yavapai and Mohave conntici
shipped during the month of Au
gust, to San Francisco, in silver bul
lion, 8160,000.
The Department at Washington
has telcerauhed Gov Aovt to r-
main until the arrival of Gen. Fre
mont. Parties are still pursuing the mur
derers of Adams and Finley,
and with good prospects of success.
Untheniehtot the 6th instant.
Elijio Diaz shot and killed Lis wife
at Tucson.
Sheriff Tyner has been appointed
deputy U. S. Marshal for Yum.i
district.
Fever is quite prevalent in Tubac,
in the southeastern part ol the Ter
ritory. Tucson at present b full of min
ine and railroad men.
Chief Justice French has arrived
in Tucson.
Yavapai county lias fifteen school
districts.
An Arizona.
Railroad
tion.
Corp or
Yuma Sentinel: The following;
articles of incorporation will soon bu
filed with the Recorder of Yuma
We, whose names are hereuutfs
annexed, do herebv certifv that un
der and by virtue of the provisions
of Chapter LI, entiiled "Of General
Corporations," approved November
9, 1S66, we have associated togeth
er as a general railroad corooratiotu
and pursuant to the provisions of
law aforesaid do declare and specify
as follows :
First. 1 hat the name by whicti
said corporation shall be known is
"The Southern Pacific Railroad
Company," and its duration shall
be fifty years from these present.
Second. That the enterprise and
business in which said corporation
proposes to engage is the construc
tion, maintaining and operating of
a line of railroad and telegraph
commencing on the western bound
ary of said Territory at the town
or village of Yuma (where it is to
connect with the railroad and tele
graph line ol a certain corporation
organized under the laws of th
state of California and known as th
Southern Pacific Railroad Compa
ny of that State) running thenc
easterly, following, as near as may
be found practicable, the 32J par-
ultel ot nort.ii latunao 10 me cas:
ern boundary of said Territory
the eastern terminus of said railroa 1
and telegraph to be at, or as near
may be found practicable, to thn
point of intersection of the eastern
boundary of said Territory and th"
said 32d parallel of north latitude.
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intra, xuai uie piace wnerc Btu
corporation proposes to establish
and continue its principal offico, or
place of business, is the town, or
villoge of Yuma, in said Territory.
Fourth. That tho capital stock of
tsnirl (vimnratinn is to bo twentv
millious of dollars ($20,000,000). "
Fifth, that the amount of each
share of said capital stock shall be
one hundred dollars ($100).
Witness our hands hcrcnuto set.
in triplicate, on this the COth day
of August, 1878.
David D. Covtoy
Chas. F. Crockfr
Aug. 23, A. P. K. Safforp
Charles Hudsov
Sent. David Neahr
Mr. Charles Hudson is comien
ed with the firm of Lord & Will
iams, Tucson.
Gov. Safford says the road will
be completed to Maricopa Wells
wiihin six months, and to Tucson
within nine months, or a year at
the outside.
My success is owing to riberalty
ind avert'sins. Bonner.

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