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VOL. 2. l'lIEXIX, SALT RIVER VALLEY, MAIUCORA COUNTY, A. T., SATURDAY, SE PTE MI? Ell 28, 1878. NO. SALT HIVER HERALD. SALT RIVER HERALD. Public, hcd ernxy Saturday by thf phenix Publishing company. C. E. McCLINTOCK - - Editor and Manager. HoBKCftirrioir XUtkh. One Copy one year , - - $5 im I hi Copy six month"' - - - i nw Copy -lir- timttlia. i - I S Byrmrrirr, in l'h-nlx, Per M-tw'h - 50 cent iur iMiiv co-til-it On" Mttnib. Adtkhtikihq Katkh. One inch, one innertioh.. $2 0T Kch Hnbtw-qneut iunertiou 1 Prufflwiuujil card, per quart. 4 m Asrnt. SAX FRAN'CISCO. Charln W. Crane OIFI1IVL DIRKCTOKY. TERKITOlflAI. OF' VKITR. TVlemte tn Confirms. 0ermr. ............ ... H rreritrT Ait;uit S'tr-rtarj" ....... Antli. Htmm S. Stems ...John P H vt ..J. .-o J. G.Mpf ..J. F.. A mirr-- X K P. CUrt T. J. Hail-pr . John Ww: Trearer . Nir-r--r-r frnrl - S l pre me Jntlire Ft ret IHtriet.. Chief Jatice C. O W. Frenc! IFiHwt P.rter R-enl 1 Hntrirt . Third UUtrirt. . Clerk Snpc-me C'onrt ........ V R. Di-tri-t 4lmer V litrd Stmt- Marnhni ,,. I -pa MnmSnl. Li Collector Intermil Kenue.. Kepitr U. ldke- I'mMwtt Florence Re-iTer IT. S. Ir. Office- riurtirt frtwrtt ..Char,.- S lent. .Joseph NfUif K. R INim'oj . V. V. rifanililri .11. C. !MeI iwtl.I Tbo. t'.mlir W. X. Kllr CD. PiMteti .Geitr-fe Lotim MAKK Ul'A COI STT OFFICKUft. Prvhat Judct... Sheriff l 'ler Sheriff (antr Rrrlrr. ........ I'anty Trennnrar. .. ..... Iitrif Aftnrner ..Win. A- Hnwk ..... K. Mnwrv J II V V. F Mt-XnUy F. A Khitw Jhn T. Alwp Clerk Harriet Cuart. F. A. Shaw. Sit. H. Ctrltrr. .;-. V. Huck. J. IK Mo tihon. Saperriaor. r"F.xix rn-rrxiT. Jastirw of the Pear- J I. Kumbars; an.l R. p nihvas. Tempe Preeinet H. pnntiam Richmond Precinct. . Andrew Iayhey and J. I. PROFESSIONAL. TyHARTOX A SHEKT.S. Physicians and Ranmm. Will attend prfesstitnil call at any bfHir of fh day or nisrht. Office first dmr lf nf the Courthouse. Pkenix. A T. o. H. P. She M. I.. late of R -no Ner. J. E. Whartoa. M. D.. U. S. Medical Fiara wer. M-tt TR. R. I. COXYERS. i'lijaic'tmn and Sux gaoa. fT.nte of Visalia. Cal 1 OFFICE WaKhinton. IwoJ, from Mon teznma sten-t. Phenix. Arix-ma. JOHN T. AI.SAP. Attorney aud Cotmselwr , at Lair. Phoeaix. Arizona. ( J. THIROnO. M !. Phy!eian and Snr- "reon. (Jtailnat of the I'niveritr of inn's Calibre. Canada. lS.'iti. Office at dnig store of Thompson &. Co. A I. LEMON. Attomey at I-aw. Offi-e nppiHiite Court Ilmise. on WHUinftton St.. Pbenlx. Arizona. Prompt attention iTn to all Inning entrusted me in the Fedeml and Conntr Conr s of the Territorr. tYTM. A- HANCOCK. Probate Jud. Notury ' Pablte and Attorney at Law. Iond biui aess a speciality. JOHN V.. NAYMK. Attnm-y and nneIor " at l.nw, and Xrt ry Public. Phoenix. Ari zona. Will practice in all Courts f the Terty. n'X Si. BOLAX. Attorney at Imw, PI e-iix, Arizona. Will practice at alt Court ut the Territrr. TXU. 1KK;; M. l.. Physn-'iMU. Sur- arena and Aeun-hnr. References witbint permission. F. M. CoTill. U S. N-nntir. MisMHiri. Col. Jihn T, Cri-p, Dem. X'om'.nee f r C'Mtcress fnm Xisrio ri. OFFICE Two wiles South nayden Feny Arizona. v-'-n.'itf A RAM. BRCXER Sr. BKl'NER. Attorneys and Connse ore at l.nw. Present t. Arizona. A J. Bnwr. Notary. Will practice in all the Cenrts. Special attenrin ffiTen to Mining Law aad the perfecting of titles to land. TWITCH CIU RCH1IX. Attorneya and Connselor at Law. Preswitt, A riwir.a. Will practice in ail the Courts of the Tcrri try. Serijl attention iriT-rn tt pr.wtice in the Supreme Court; alw Mining Law and the per fecting of titles to land. JOHN HOWAlil). Attorney and ('..nnel..r ' at Law. Prenttitu Ariz-ma. .Otflee, South Mmteznma St. AIL WERaR. Attorney and Counselor at Law. Irescott, Ariz-Hia. T. J. Oltl M. Attorney at l.aw. Will prac tice in all the Conns. Prrctt. A. T. 1LAKF. Sl CO.. Aiwnyeni. Gobi Dust. Cw.1.1 ami Silrer Hullin and Ores of every des-ri-tia meltetl and assayed. All a says rxr oteel. Pric- s nf tre aMur : Silver nJ (ild. 93; IeaI. 3: Copoer, ". ' Samples can he eatbyjnail or ex pre., and return will be prooiT'tly m.ide. tWice. wth Wells, Fargo & Co Preaeott. L . i ;Bt6IXKSS CARDS. A.JL JS . ; : BARBER SHOP. Sh.nnijxioinj;, 25 ciz Hair L'utring, - - - 50 cti Sliaviny, ... 25 ct Or, all tliroe for SI. 00. Ia rear of Cotton's liilLird 1'arlors HENRY Tiri'ETT. 1 rnjtrU'tor New Phenix Bakery J. IIEIXSON. Proprietor. Taaainiroa atreet opposite the Courthouse. KiCht loaTesof Tlreait. or Ei:lit Itread Tick et, for One Dollar. Pie and Cak e al ay on hand. H-tf PIOXEER BAKERY AVASIIINr.TON Strekt. Xtrttfnt Cntrr of tfte Pltizti i LOAVES OF I..IEAD FOR 1 DOLLAR. I Fruit Cake anil Pa-try of nil kind, fr w d- dine ar ties, er., pr-pa'eil loonier. Bi--r Jl'I.U S It U KItl.EN rusixess ( Anns. TIIENIX HOTEL. A'asl.ington 8treet. between Mar'enpa anh Pima Streets. CI can Pea ard well Ventilated Rooms, by The day r night. Rest ot Accommodations tor Families. A .W.T hnth ),. Ivlr Wn rr,l EU(l Ktltl tli public ft Ktrrully. 1. J. QARniNKR. Pmpriotnr. lS-lf T. C. Dpw. J T. Walsh Carpenters and Builders. 1 RUir and nffii-e fittinK prnmptly attendvil Nr ft1! Jubbinc SImii. Ci raor W'afhine'on nnil C'nrlpi 1 1 ( T. OION, Corner Washington aid Centre Streets. BOOT AXD SHOE MAKER. Fa-hinnM.Te Roo'ii and Shoes. ' Of the best material, made to order in e.egunt style. PERFECT FITS GUARANTEED. t & I a-ive my entire attention to enstom maile work, and 1 have every facility ftrgivii:g entire satbtactioo. SEND IX VOI R ORDERS. GUSTAV KAUCIIER, Next Building sooth of the IlERALD Office i , Manufacturing Jeweler. All kinds of Jewelry made and repaired REMOVAL. KEMOVAU NEW TIN SHOP. Has been removed to the block; above the I) KKAI.l omce and adjtdaing the Ma loon of Steven Denari. AH werkin my line dtme in a workmanlike manner aud at a ;eao.ibie price. T2-n2tf -,,.E. PESQl'EIRA. Washing ! ! AVashing ! ! ! A Fimt-Clas WASH HOI'S K on the corner of Jrffersoa and Pine, streets. Rhck Hi. hasopetf ed where you can ihe bstot wbiur done at the short est notice by a Sianib Family. FAMILY WASHING A SPECIALTY. All Work Guaranteed. noS4-:m NEPOMI CENO CRtJl IJO. CARPENTERING and CONTRACT WORK I -IN FACT. j Jobbing werk of all kinds done at the shorted notice, and on the most reasonable terms. Leave orders at the News Depot. W. R. MORRIS. DRESS MAKING Millinery Establishment. The nndersiffned respectfully announces to ' j the lip'e ot Pbeni and icinitj- that she is j prewired to execute nil w-rk in the bttet fa!h- tn. and will srnarantee trf-ct Kitif:tction wi b all work none. A'sosilk embmidery in merino. , ttunnel, etc. 1 Uutisewing ot all kinds thine iu ' good style. j ! Charge to Correspond with the Times. Jilts. Cork a. M'asl.inr'nn Street, er.st of Yi'vo'.try A' Wcntnorth's new hall. uilf RISINKiSS CARDS. YOUNG AMERICA Hotel axd 'Restaurant, U1LLKTT ARIKOS'A. 15oarJ ''-V I,,e ,la7 0r w 01 k 24 8INCI.! & AKDKRSON. Tmpa. C1LLETT ! LIVK11Y' AXD SAI.K STAHLES. lann A CuMnck Proprn. Tb:s Iimeer Stable of Oillett has at all times hay and grain aud a 1 the arcommodations titr balding botses. IIires on band at all tiroes t et and for sale. H-ff PICKET POST HOTEL. Having lately parchased the above named Htel, I have mad many improvements, and offer iijrior acci mmHlMtious to the TRAVELING TURLIC. A Vr4 VarJ and Corral are cnanectrd with the hotue. IriLtion, il'rw'ly Appmitf lh PiMtoffire NHS. K. nESTOX, rmr. SAM WING. X E W L A U X D R Y. Washing'. Ironing- Chc.ip. rOMSIIINO XKATLY DOSE. Ailnmx Klrrrt, Ailioinin Gnlltrnt' lluililimr. x j n:ut KONG I.EE. L i U N D R Y. WASllISCTOX 8trert, : : Tiiknix First Mixk alMiveMonilion's Corral Waiihinir railed for and rrlmnd. T?nltf CARPENTER SHOP. A.l.orilinmrli.done.tt.,..horte.toex!Unino tovik before tice. Cootracta taken. Corner of Adams and Montexama itreetii. . J. II. Cl'MMINGS. . .Vtf "EV BAKBKU SHOP. i hare oftened for the present, a new nAURKK Mlol in the rear ot the Magnolia uloon. eut.aure oa MOXTEZmA STREET. Br strict attr-ntion to InisineM, I hope to war ra nt a biir .bale ol 3 out jMtioiiMge. wm. sTiMxauto. Late of S:in Francisco. WM. KVKKKTT, HOUSE A XI) SIGN V A INTER. OppnfiteIIr.UAI.il HtT;ce, Tbenix Koi'SK ASD fSltlX Paistino, Papeu HaXSIXO. STAIXINil ASU (.lLIXlXf XK.VTI.Y i)tXC Onlers iett with AVahh & Irew will receive prompt at!en:ion. n j r K. IRVINE A.- CO. Now that the harvest is nearly over it is ascertain ed beyond a peradventure that the wheat and barley crop in Salt Rivr Valle is largo. The Gila Valley nsualh' 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 rnins will insure fodder .' in -the Northern part: of the Territory but it has come to 1 .to for the corn, so that crop will be nearly a failure this year. This state of allairs in the surrounding country will give the farmers of Salt River Valley a market for all their grain at remuner ative prices. Harlcy 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 anything usually found in a GENERAL MERCHANDISE ' i ; Store at the .very lowest price possible. They do not sell many times for cost but the)' sell at such a small advance on cost that all who desire to purchase will find it to their advan tage to go there and bin-. Having, purchased the en tire stock of the late firm of A. M. Janes & Co., they are prepared to sell many things at San Francisco Prices. Ruycrs wilt do well to note tins fact and call there and jit is all gone, as there are bargains to be had un doubtedly. Powder, Fuse, and Cans for MINERS. u Specialtv. Agricultural i t 1 1 1 Iniplemenls in stock and ill transi- for FARMERS. Do not forget the store on I the west side of the Plaza I . 1 . 1 with t he sign E. IRVINE & CO. BUSINESS CARDS. Photographs ! THE TNDER IGNED CALLS THE AT tention of the public, to the fact that he is pre pared to execute all work, in bis line in first das style. Also constantly on hand a fine as sortment of view of ARIZONA SCENERY Stereosoopio and PxlO size, condstin; in part of Government Posts, Aztec Uui..s, Indians CucttM, and other Character'! in Scenery. At Loring &izar. Wushinitton st.. Pbenix nS O. H. KOTIIKOCK. II A RX ESS & SA DULERY IIAVINO OrEXKD A RHOP FOR THE maunrHCtunt nf llamM and K.1dlry. I am prrrviretl to execute all work in tha Kind in a FIRST CLASS MANNER. Fit tier and ntnrV men will find It to their In-ter-at t betow tlieir patronnv npun me. at uone hut fl-t claM work ia turned out at my e,tiiblhroent. Watthington street, aeeond dnnr east nf Mnn. h.m-, Stable. KIUVAHl) O OO.S.VO.I. nU Torsorial Artist. SHAVING. 1IAIK CITTINO. AND SHAMPOOING Done in tha Highest Style of the Art- LADIES- IIAIU-DUESSING A SPECIALTY. Slinp in the room adj lining the Brewerr. nfi ALFRED. "VINO DEL PAIS ! THIS CHOICE WINE. THE PRODUCT of Nalt River Valley rincyards, is pronounced by Connoisseurs to be superior to the Native wines of cali FORNIA. The nnderiffned has purchasel the entire Tintnire, e4nsintinK; nf nUnit oae Thousand Ti si Ion . I at prepared to dispose of it at a low UlT'ire, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Orders by mail orothsrwise prnmptly filled. n J. M. COTTON Puoi'KlKT ill. A. II. CUM MINGS, (Kitablinhrd P. O. Bjx 272, 82 J Street SACRAMENTO, California. Importer and Dealer In Green nnd Dried Fruits, Raisins, Candies, Nats, Honey, etc., All orders by mail promptly flPed. T. J. Morgan, Giirlev St.. one dooreatt Pott OnVe, rreacott A rixona deai.f.r is j l)lnmonib, WateW-, Clocks, Jew- dry iiiul Silverware, Spectacles, jold Pens aud Pencil:, etc. Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jewelers. AH kinds nf Jewelry and Silverware male from Native Clfbl and K;lver. Knemvittr ot ererv dvcnptiin. Meal Presses. Ribbon .Stamp. Fu r n i t u r 0 Fac to ly . Mrntezumaf between Jenerson and Adams Sts Eastern Made Chairs Constantly on Hand I'll E.N IX, . Tuos. Howe, Arizona. - Frop'r THOMAS. W. PARKER, Gunsmith and Locksmith All work In my line fntrasted tn me will be executed promptly, and Mi a workmanlike aiAnaer- Ordcrs h'ft nt my rejtidrnce, Montcr-nma street, will receive prompt atti-u:ku. la-tf LETTER FltOM THE VKKIK. Enrron Hekai.ii: TlirgtiMon liar- vest is fast lK-in.a; jratlifrctl in, and preparations arc licin-r matlc for a grand old time tin the 5th of Xovcm hcr. A grand hall will be given at he residence of J. W. Johnson, a whole-souled resident of this valley and a pioneer in Arizona. A horse raee between some of the liest metal in the territory will come oil" on that day. A fat ox will lie slain, a grand barbecue prepared, and a grand rati fication and jollification on the strength of Col. Woolscy's election t" congress. Una valley will poll 22.1 votes, and we will give Mari copa's candidate iiOO. Yavapai is sure to g.i for the colonel. His for mer, as well as his late, labors in our hehalf, are remembered, and the hon est voters will show their apprecia tion for his many kindnesses by giv ing him a " solid" vote from this sec tion. We believe him to be a man free from sectional prejudices, and a man that will do his duty for the whole territory, and therefore recog nize in him a tit person to represent us al Washingtou. We do not want a man who will promise-to do all for us and uothlng for the rest of the ter ritory. Fair play and justice to all sections is our motto. This valley will produce iu'eorn. wheat and barley this season about two and a half millions of pounds, besides a lame amount of vegetables. A. good grist mill is under course of construction and will soon be made to turn out flour and corn meal. SeilxT. with his company of Indian scouts, is out iu Tonto Basin looking after San Carlos renegades. Our valley is almost inaccessible from every direction. The late rains have left the roads in a very sad con dition, and as they are now freighters can haul grain from Salt River to Prcscott cheaper than the- can frim the Verde. Camp Verde is garrisoned by two companies of cavalry and twenty-five Indian scouts. Chills and fever has been, and still is, quite prevalent We need a good daily mail, new roads aud other improvements, which we think wc can procure through the election of Woolsey, and for him wc stand, first, last and at all times. Yours, Gkaxcku. Vehde Vai.i.ky, Sept. 17, 1878. (.LOSE C1TV SEWS. Eiirron IT krai Ji: In consequence of high water, no papers were receiv ed at this oflice for more than three weeks previous to lust Thursday, when the Florence mail came in on time, bringing a large supply of mail matter which had been delayed since the rise in the streams. At best, mail facilities in this part of the territory are very unsatisfactory, but since the late rains they have been little better than none. It is stated that after the first of next month tri-weekly mail service will be commenced from Flor ence to McMillenville, by way of Globe, which will be the cause of much gratification to the people of this ranch and more so to those at McMillens, who have never been fa vored with a mail. Work oa Haskin's mill, which was interrupted on account of the rains, has again been resumed, and the buildings will soon be ready ftir the machinery, some of which is here and the remainder on the road from Yuma. Au unfortunate affair occurred here some days ago, in the shooting of Jack Syme, foreman in the Belt of fice. He was shot in the head by Mrs. Jones, and lived several days, dying on the 12th inst. An examina tion was had before Justice Swasey, but the defendent's counsel, F. L. li. Goodwin would not introduce any evidence and the defendent was held to answer, and she is now in the cus tody of the sheriff at Florence. A train of ox teams, which left here more than a month ago for Phenix to load with flour, were, when last heard from, camped on the banks of Salt river wailing for that stream to be come fordable. Many of the Globe merchants are anxious to get tlieir supply of flour from the Maricopa mills, if it is found practicable. P. J. Boland, Esq., paid Globe a short visit on his way to McMillens. Political matters are scarcely agi tated. J. J. Divine is the coming mau for recorder, aud as to sheriff it Is a ruse of qiiien nbe. The delegate question is receiving considerable attention, and King S. Woolsey seems to be the choice of most of our people. Ajax. The prejudice existing against frame building is rapidly being dis pelled, and we hope that the last a dobc has been started, we won't say built, tor several are now iu course of colli: ruction. VKKKAI. rnGMOXT. General John C. Fremont, the new ly appointed governor of Arizona, upon his arrival in San Francisco was interviewed by a JiulMin report er. The Governor is accompanied by his wife nnd daughter, his son, Frederick P. Fremont, and Jas. Kitch en. Messrs. Vassault nnd Donlittle of the Society of California Pioneers met the General at Martinez yester day, but made no arrangements for the forthcoming reception, as he evi dently wished to defer the matter. On this account, and owing to the fa tigue consequent on the long railway journey, the Pioneers did not formal ly receive him last evening. A re ception will shortly be arranged. His stay in San Francico will prob ably not exceed two weeks. During that time he will thoroughly explore the city, aud behold the changes made during his absence. However, as he visited this coast three year ago, he has already a reasonably ac curate idea of the city. He will take up his quarters in Prescott, and pur suea resolute course with the Indians, with w hom his frontier army career has made him conversant, especially with the Pi mas and Apaches of East ern Arizona. While carefully avoid ing interference with the Federal au thorities, he will protect life and prop erty as far as xssible. In regard to the railroad question, which has be come very serious in Arizona, he is reticent, merily saying that his poli cy will be to encourageany enterprise which will build up the Territory, which, he thinks, has marvelous mining in'erosts awaiting develop ment. He is thoroughly acquainted with the railroad question there. He said that the Atchisou, Topcka anil Santa Fe railroad has plenty of means and will push work forward as fast as possible. The Southern Pacific is already across the Colorado river, and before long Arizona will have plenty of rail communication with the world to the cast and to the west General Fremont was born in 1813, and is consequently C5 ycara old. He first found his way to this coast over the Rocky Mountains and Sierra Jfe vadas in 184:1, as Captain. Subse quently he was appointed Lieutenan' C'olonel of rifles in the regular army. He left this coast in 1801, and being promoted to Major-General, took tta active part in the organization of the army of the Southwest, which won brilliant victories under General Curtis, Seigel, Hcrron and Blunt Major-General McDowell was among those who called on him last evening. There seems to be a good deal of misconception in regard ts the local columns ot a uewspaper as advertis ing agencies. The proprietor of a newspaper depends largly upon hi advertising columns for support. The subscription rarely pays cost of the paper. The advertising columns constitute the publisher's stock in trade, the commodity which he sells to the public at a stipulated price. just as the merchant does his goods. And yet publishers arc constitntly asked to insert gratuitous locals, no tices and advertisements in aid of money making enterprises. TTith, just as much propriety might the mer chant be asked to donate goods froinh's couuter in aid of these enterprises a favor that few would think of asking. The sooner the public get a correct understand ing of this matter.the better All local news of general interest, we are glad to pnblrsh, but we sell the right to advertise private burincss at fixed prices, whether the advertising be for lectures, concerts, exhibitions or ordinary business enteqirises. The fact that the enterprise has a moral or religious bearing does not give claim for gratuitous advertising, any more than oa the merchant or me chanic for donation of goods or pro ducts. If we see fit to contribute to to these enterprises, wc prefer to do it as other people in money demand ing pay for what we sell. ' There is a question of sound morals, as well as sound business in all this, which will be approved by all who dare to use & little reflection. A first class narrow-gauge railroad with steel rails, could lie constructed ! between Prescott and Maricopa Wells , for one million dollars. It would I pass through Cave Creek, Tiptop, j Tiger, Peck, Turkey Creek artd the i Hassayampa mining districts, and j the towns of Phenix, Gillelt and Al I exandra. Seven quartz mills are now j on the route, and many more in con templation. When the Southern Pa cific railroad reaches Maricopa j Wells ( ?) this would he a good invest ment. Whenever the proper time ar ; rives we will prove that the iuvest 1 mcnt would be a sate ouc.