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JilVEK T T7 n lEBALD. VOL. 2. PHENIX, SALT RIVER VALLEY, MARICOPA COUNTY, A: T., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1878. NO. 13. HE SALT RIVER HERALD. Published trerj Saturday by the G35PE3 & McCLINT03K Proprietors. SrBKnurnoii Rates. One Copy one ynr $5 W One Copy six months '2 5' By carrier, in I'henix, Per Month - 50 cents Adtkbtihimo Rates. One inch, one insertion $2 ' Ksch Snbeeqaent insertion 1 Professional cards, per quarter 4 Ot Agent. SAX FRAXCISCO Court TV. Crane "OFFICI ilTni RECTORY, TERHTTOK1AL OFFlEML T Vrate to Congress H i urn S. RtTen Girr'r... .......... ...... Jolia C. Fremont S wrefary ....John J. Rwpei AsMtant Secretary J. E. AimIptmx Audit. E. P- Clart Trwurw T. J. Butler Sarreyor Ornerml , .John Wbmuq S iprem Jndgea--Kirst District.. Chief Justice C. O. W. Frenel Kcmrl Dwtrict....... D Forest Pirtr Third District. Charles 8 lent C1st Saprm Court Joseph Neo.-ana IT S. Dittrict Attorner E. B Pomrov Uiited States Manbsl C. P. Dake Deputy Marshal. 3o DUt ..H. C McDonald Collector Internal Rnrenne Tbos. Cordi Kfiitr U. S. I -and Office- Prescott W. N. Kelly Florence CD. Posteo Beccirer U. S. Land Office Fkirence Trl Rnrffler Preecott Oeore Lount MAMCOl-A COLSTT OFFICERS. Probate Judge... Wn. A. IJnneorl. Sheriff Geo. E. Mowry Vnder Sheriff J" IM.y Coanty Recorder. W. F McXultj Connty Treasarer F. A Shaw District Attorney Jho T. AUup Clerk District Court F. A. Shaw. SR. H. Carlcy, fif. W. Huck. J. D. Moaihon. PRT5IX rnwixrT. Justices of the Peace: J. D. Hamburg and B. P. Hilands. Tetnpe Precinct II. Don ha in Bichmond Precinct.. Andrew Lay hey and J. D. a3BSBBKBaoBBaZZaaanaaaaaaaaaaM PROFESSIONAL. TTTHARTOX SHEETS. Physicians and Sunreons. Will attend professional calls at any hour of the day or night. Office first door east of the Courthouse, Phenix. A T. O. H. P. Sheets. M. D., late of Reno Nov. J. E. Wharton, M. D., U- S. Medical Exara ner. Mt T)R-B. L. CON YE US, Physician and Sur" (Late of Visalia. Cal OFFICE Wa.hing-tun. twa dears from Mon tezuma steret, Phenix, Arizona. "JULIUS W. VAN SIYCK. Attorney and Counsellor at I .aw. McliiilenTilles. Arix ma TeJritorv. Will prac ive in all the Courts of the territory. nli TU11N T. ALSAP, Attorney and Coansler at Law. Phoenix, Arizona. r J. TIHRODO. M Physician and Sur reon. Graduate of the I'nirerstty of Quart's Cellesre, Canada. 1856. Office at drug sture of Thom:soo & Co. 4 I. LEMON. Attorney at Law. OflW opposite Court Hon, on Wiutiinrton St.. Phenix. Arizona- Prompt attention srTn to all bninM entrusted me in the Federal and County Coars of the Territory . "TTTM. A- HAN'COCK. Protrtte Jud&-e. Notary Public and Attorney at Law. Land busi ness a speciality. TOILS E. NAYLOR.Attom-y and Counselor at Law, and Not try Public. Phoenix, Ari zona. Will practice in all Courts of the Ter'ty. riOX & BOLAV. Attorney at I-aw, Phenix, Arizona. Will practice at all Courts ot th Territory. T.V. L. OUEtit;. M. 1.. I'hyn- i.tu. Sur " gwn and Acuuheur. References without permission. F. M. Co -rill. U S. Senator. Missouri. Col. J"hn T, Crisp, Dem. Nom'nee fur Conrejis- from Miso-.ri. OFFICE Two miles South Hayden's Ferry A rizona. yi-n:tt f A RAM. BRUXER & BKUNER. Attorney and Counse ore at Ltw, Prescott, Arizona. A J. KrunT, Notary. Will practice in all the Courts. Special attention given to Mining Law and the perfecting of titles to land. piTCH St CHURCHILL. Attorneys and A Counselors at Law, Prescott. Arizona. Will practice in all the Courts of the Terri tory. Special attention ariTen to practice in the Supreme Court; also Miuing Law and the per fecting of titles to land. "pAL'L WF.BER, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Prescott, Arizona. TLAKE & CO.. Assurers. Gold l)iwt. Gold and Silver Bullion and Ores of every des rHtion melted and assayed. All a says guar anteed. Ic-sof ore assay : Silver and Gold, l; Lead. $-1; Cpier, S-k. Samples can be sent by mail or express, and returns will he promptly made. Office, w;th Wells, Fargo Si Co., Prescott. J II. C- X, Attorney at Law and Jto'arr Public. 10 BUSIXESS CAKDS. BARBER SHOP. Shampooing, - - 25 cts Hair Cutting, - - - 50 cts SUavinjr, 25 cts Or, all three for SI. 00. Ia rear of Cotton's Billard Farlors IIEXRY TIPPETT, lroj)riftor New Phenix Bakery J. HEIN'SOS, Proprietor. Washington etreet oppoait the Courthouse. Eight learesof Bread, or Kiirht Bread Tick ets for One Dwllar. Pies and Cakes always on band. 14-tf PIOXEER AKERY "WAsnrsGTOs Street. XorthMst Corner of the Plaz'i, LOAVES OF BREAD FOR 1 DOLLAR Frnit Cakes and Pastry of all kind., for wed' ding parlies, etc.t prepared tu order. T2-n5-lf JCLU S BAVERT.EN, Cracked Wheat and Rarlev. The nnders'ened re.peetfullv ealls attention to the erist mill of Win A. lianrock now in pen.tioi in Phenix, and state that thejr are prepared to execn'e oritur, in larjre and sinnll fiiintitiee. Custom work charged fur at the late of twenty fire cents p-r hundred pounds. F. M. BlankarJ, ajeuU BUSINESS CAIII S. PUENIX HOTEL. Washington Street, between Maricopa anb Pima Streets. Clean Beds and well Ventilated Kooms, by the day er night. Best of Accommodations tor Families. A shower bath has lately been connected with the Hotel for the convenience cf guests and the public generally. I. J. GARDINER, Proprietor. 15 tf T. C. Depew. J. T. Walsh Carpenters and Builders. Store and office fitting promptly attended to alee Jobbing Shop Corner Washington and Cortex sts. 11-4 T. OLSON, Corner Washington aid Centre Streets. BOOT AND SHOE MAKER. FahionM1e Boots and Shoes. Of the best material, made to order in elegant style. PERFECT FITS GUARANTEED. I V I gire my entire attention to custom made work, and I have every facility furgivirg entire satisfaction. SEND IN YOUR ORDERS. GUSTAV KAUCIIER, Next Kuildiag; Math of t Herald OEca Manufacturing jeweler. All kinds of Jewelry made an 1 re: aired D. Monihan's LiverT, Feed and Sale Stables. Washington St., liCvwecn Center and Cortez. est ' Livery EEorses and ele gant vehicles at all time?. Horses boarded. llay and grain always n hand. CARPENTERING and CONTRACT "WORK IN FACT Jobbing work of all kinds done at the shortest notice, and on the most reasonable terms. LeaTe orders at the News Depot. W. R. MORRIS. DRESS MAKING Milli ery Establishmnet. The nndemipned rs pert fully announces to the eop'e of l'h?nix and vicinity that she is preitarcd to execute all wrk in the lutst fnitli ion. and will guarantee perft-ct natt9f:tctitn wi?h all wrk ttoae. Alfu silk embroidery in merino, flannel, etc. i'hiinsewing of all kinds done in good style. Charges to Correspond with the Times. Mil. COAKE. AVashiniron Street, cast of Woolsfy WeutwortU s rcw kail. t5;f BUSINESS CAKDS. YOUXG AMERICA Hotel axd Restaurant, iILI.ETT ARIZOXA. Board by the day or week 22 SINT.I.F. Il ANDERSON, Props. GILLETT LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STARLES. Eatin St Cnsark .... Pritrs Th: rioner Stab'e of Citlett has nt all times hay and grain and all the accommodations tor boarding hotscs. Horses on band at all t'mcs t et and for sale. OO-tf PICKET POST HOTEL. Having lately parchased the above named Hotel, I have made many improvements, and offer superior accommodatiocs to the TRAVELING TUBLIC. A Feed Yard and Corral are connected with the he use. Lor at ion, directly opposite the Post office MRS. E. BESTOX, Ffior. no 04 ;f SAM WING. N E W LAUND RY. Washing k Ironing Chep. POLISHING VEATLY DONE. Adairiv street. Adjoining Goldwat.r's ltuiMissr. T'.'ntllf KONG LEE. LiUXDRX, WASHISOTON Street, t : rilEMX First block aliove Ionilion's Corral Wasbins; called f4r and returned. TOoltf MEAT MARKET, MEAT MARKET, MEAT MARKET Opposition end Competition. HaTinjr in.t opened the tnent market on Monlexuma s reet, next Ulaioe's Uni store, we are prepared tu lurnish the t-itizens of Phenix with Iht best meats obtainable, nnd Ht the low est rates. OTKKO &. BLAKE. 10 NEW BARBER SHOP. 1 have opened for the present, a new BARBER M1U1 in the rear ul the Jluguolia fraloon cntiauce on MOKTEZIMA STREET. By strict attnilon to business, I hope to war ra ut a lair share t 3 our i-atronage. VM. STUnXBUIEG. Late of San Francisco. TEXAS PACIFIC RAILROAD. Xodre. I". S. I.ANIl OFFICK. K.oi;i:n-e June If, IpTt I am authorized by the Texas Pacific Kail road t'tmi)any tt say, that occupant ut lnnds rfM'rvcu to tuna tonitHny, liy Act il LonjrrcFS. who tile npilicHliops. C4in have the option ol ptirchne nt dciilile tninitnutn price Jur a s'ated tunc niter tue title u cnipiete. GOLDMAN & CO. GOLDMAN & CO. Successors to A. GOLDMAN, AVIIOI.KSAI.E Liquor Dealers, Anil AVholexale and Retail deal er la General Keep always tn hand orrocenes, Provisions, Dry Goods, Clothing, 13oots and Shoos, Hardware, Saddlery, Mining Materials, gricultural Implements, Etc., Etc. In order to make room for fall and winter goods, we offer from this date positive bargains in every line. Saloon Keepers Are invited to examine our large assortment of WINES, LIQUORS AXD CIGARS. Which will be sold at San Francisco prices. C2T Orders from the country promptly attended to. G0LDMAX & CO. so26tf E. IRVIXE & CO. THE Southern Pacific RAILROAD Has already been of inesti mable benefit to Arizona. It has reduced the cost of transportation very mate rially, and lessened the time of receiving goods at least one half, besides add ing greatly to the comfort and facility of travelling. ith this record in the past, the prospect of a speedy extension of the same into the Territory is very encouraging for the future, as it will add very much to the prosperity and wealth of the whole coun try. E. IRVINE & CO, Have taken advantage of the quick and cheap tran sit ot merchandise, and are constantly receiving new oods, which they are sell ing very cheap. lhey have just received an assortment of Plows, IIocs, Rakes, Picks Scythes, Shovels, And other Agricultural in struments. A few set of Harness, Lines, Bridles, &c, Also, nardware,Tinware, etc., including a few Cook ing Stoves and Ranges. Blankets, Flannels, and other Dry Goods and Clothing, for winter use. Hats for Men and Boys. A full line of Dried Fruits Canned Frui s,Can n ed Meats, Canned Honey, etc. A complete assortment of Groceries. Giant Powder, Black Powder, Fuse, Picks,IIam mers, Steel, etc., for min ers. Adobe and lumber have their respective merits for building purposes, and many a neal house of the latter stands out in strik ing contrast with the more sombre buildings of the former. E. IRVINE & GO. Have purchased from Geo. W. Curtis, of Prescott, 100,000 FEET of lumber, consisting of a ceneral assoatment of boards, plank and scaut- hr.g. Call and examine this before purchasing elsewhere. SALT RIVER nERALD. Matnrday. Xovrmbrr 9. 1S7H. JAY GOCLO. Some f the Characteristic of the Cireat Operator -A Man Wh Truwts Xobody. He Is a queer little creature, this Jay Gould, small in frame, scarcely bigger than a puny boy of sixteen, with a black beard, black hair, black eyes and a shrinking, cowardly way about him. And a thorough coward he seems to be. You remember when one of his dupes fell upon him a year or two ago and beat him and threw him into an area, Gould's ouly thought seemed to be to run away as fast as he could. There was none of that manly warmth about him which would have made even Dminie Sampson or William Pcnn himself turn and grapple with such an assail ant Gould's methods of operating are just as cowardly and subterranean us you would expect them to le. ju lj- ing from a good look at his tx-:t. It is said that his own partners are ob liged to watch him as carefully as if he was one of their opponents on the street, and not one" f themselves. He is quite as lively to u:i lermiiia them as any one else. No one wiil doubt this who has read Charles Francis Adams, Jr., account of tlu gol 1 con spiracy oflSGS, and remembers that wonderful scene he describes where, after the bubble had burst on Mack Friday, and gold, having gone up like the rocket, had com down like the stick, and Fisk was p-vcing up ami down in his office, crazy with excite ment and seeking in his frjavti end up the price of giMaai i in buying all that w.is oTered him. 11; bought millions and millions for which he was no mire abletopay than he was able to bnv the State of California. Millions kept pouring in from some source or other, and Fisk kept buying, buying. And in the back ofHce was Gould, quiet, dark. sardonic, pacing, too, as he thought of the failure of this treinjc lous scheme and sending out stealthily, every few moments, orders to sell all his gold to Fisk! It was in this way that he poured out all his millions on his part ner, andjbroke the back of that elas tic person or would have done so if his back had been honest enough to brcak- niS FEAR OP NOTORIETY. An amusing story was told me not long since by a man who had at one time intimate relations with Gould. It was when that strange partnership was in full swing, and when Fisk ap peared every day at the gang plank of the Boston steamers dressed in an admiral's uniform, and surrounded by a glittering array of steamboat captains and promoted deckhands in blue and gold. It was when Fisk used to contrive to get himself inter viewed at least once a day, and always had a brass band as close to his au gust person as possible. One day the stewardess of one of these great boats recognized Mr. Gould moving quietly about in the upper saloon, which was almost einp'y. She thought she would at least plc; the great man by recognizing him, and stepping up, sai.1 : " How do you do, Mr. Gould ?" The hands of the little black figure went up in horror. " Hush !" he saidi and then looking around, added in a sepulchral whisper, " Don't ever do that again. I don't want to be known here at all, or to have my name men tioned. Don't ever recognize me m that way agaiu." Here was a con trast to the Admiral, the C'jio.iel, Uic Mauager of the Grand Opc-ra il.m.vj, the head of the Twenty-third street harem, and, iucidealaily, t.iu leaJijg spirit of the Erie railway. A MAS WUO TULTS -SOUODV. Gould is said to carry the same maimers elsewhere. Let sn.ue one wait upon hi in on lusiu.. if he does mil know or recog.n.e tne caiier, a mask seems t t;t w .a .ui lut.iat over his lace, and he a.art j uis u;ad in almost as a tuilie Joes. 1 hen it' he sees that it is a l.uii.ii.u' lace, he emerges witli aa " Ju'." and U:o tur tle's head comes u,). lie aceivlivu in evctylhuig. n i ..a "J U'aii Street that, wiimi G u.j ; vioioie there, they know me wo.na-r wjl oe good, for he has a haoit when uc is about to explode sonic i;ig m.j;c l withdrawing to his Fi.:a jivjuj house and iiarr.xv..! mere ua.ii u is all over, lie is so caret ul urn to con tide in any memoer ol the human species besides himself, that when he has a great operation in hand it is said that he has as many as three or four telegraph operators in dillerent rooms in his house, whom he keeps locked up, and among whom he di vides up the dispatches, so that no one operator shall by u:iy possibility see hc whole of one. It dues h jI tcni to be an unnatural precaution when it is remembered that one of these operators, if he had obtained any knowledge of Gould's plans, could make thousands of dollars by sell ing it a siiixioxaihe with ko visible rnorERTT. He is equally secretive of his wealth. Not one doilar of tangible property, I am told, can be found in his name, though he is generally supposed to be worth somewhere from f 10,000,000 to 20,000,000. Even the brown-stone front in which he lives belongs to his wife. He said some time ago he did uot like property which you couldn't put your hands on when you wanted to, property on which you couldn't realize; he had put all his money into " tangible property," meaning stocks. usually considered to be about as in tangible property as could be desired. MAKIN'O MILLIONS BY PROVING ONE'S SELF A THIEF. But the most characteristic thingot all I have reserved for the finishing touch. It is a circumstance which, so far as I rememler, has never been printed before. Some time after Gould was driven out of lb:; Erie railroad. the public was ast :i:s'.:.l by an an nouncement that ': ...1 v. a com pelled to make rest- ti :t !i Krie r-ii!road of 0.000,0 i !i ..! prop erty, and we all -v : iered how so cunning a man hu 1 adov.vd himself to be caught in such t position thai it was possible to make liim disgorge. Perhaps he had made such a mistake, for the shrewdest men will guard arainst all the chances ol detection, sometimes, save the very one that ought to be guarded most; perhaps the property was of such a nature that he couldn't make advantageous use of it, and I think this was so. Anyhow it paid him a magnificent ' profit to give it up. For the transac tion was necessarily kept secret until it had been concluded; meanwhile, Gould, knowing that the news of the road's enrichment to the extent of 0,000,000 would send the stock tip, bought all there was in the market The announcement was made; np went the stock at least two points, I think. And this extraordinary being had actually made more than $6,000, 000,000 out of his own reputation! y.T. Corr. Cincinnati Gazette. Woman on the Phonograph. Fr..m the Eureka (SerJ Lrkder.) A Nob Hill man retired early last evening, weary with the heat and tir ed out from a protracted siege of pe dro, and vainly endeavored to woo the drowsy god, sustained and soothed by the uninterrupted flow of small talk from his wakelul spouse. Her con versation was not exactly in the line of a curtain lecture, as she was not ia an inharmonious mood,but was rather seeking information on the world's work. Her last question to her nod ding lord was in reference to Edison and his inventions. " How about the phonograph, dear?" she queried; "you never have explained it to me. How does it work ?" He roused himself and answered: " It's a little machine that the hus band leaves on the t"ble while he is down town, and on his return he turns a crank, and it informs him of every thing that has been said on the prem ises during his absence." She meditated a moment, then broke ut: ' " The fool men are always getting up some pesky invention, and if you bring one of these things in this house I'll leave." He promised not to do so, if she would let him go to sleep, and a great silence tell on the room. But she is new firm in the belief that Edison is a monster and an enemy to poor, weak oman. Ktlaration in the Army. General McCook, who is ordered to take charge of education in the army, will address circulars to various mili tary posts and stations in order to as certain what progress is making in that direction, aud to efficiently put th? svitem in tp-rati-jn. The revised statuses provide that schools shall be established at all posts, garris-).i -m l per;na.ieat amps, at which troo; stationed, in which the enlisted Ux. sha'.t be instructed in the common English branches of education, and esp -i-:.il!y in the hist'iry or the Unit ed States. 1'rovision is also made for the establishment ot schools for the instruction of soldiers' children. Gen McC'ook, while at Fort McKavitt, in Texas, fotipd that soldiers whose ear ly (Tdtication had been neglected, were glad to avail themselves of tbe prof fered instructions. Officers or pri vates, as circumstances may require, arc detailed as teachers. The Emperor William, of Germany, scut about $00, as a contribution to' the velluw tVver iu.i.rcrs.