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SALT RIVER HERALD.
Maturday Drfruilirr 7. 171 COSPER A McCLIKTOCK Proprietor. Four weeks more anil the legisla ture convenes, and then the fun will comineure. Dakota claims a population of .v 000, and will ask admittance, to the union. It is stated that Col. John S. Mosliy leaves for China next month to enter on his duties ns I'nitt d Slates consul. There is nothing new in rejrard to ' the delegate question. To Mr. Stev " ens belongs the ofliec, and he will uo doubt get the certificate. Mr. E. C. Fki.uiws has bron ap pointed assistant general superintend ent of the Central Paeilic railroad, made vacant by the death of John Corning. Tub IIekai.d job printing office arrived in Yuma last Sunday. It will lie in Phcnix in a few weeks, and th?n look out for superior work in that line and at San Francisco prices. The Miner throws out a feeler on the capital question in the following: "But the 'knowing ones' predict that almost the first bill that will lie intro duced will be for the removal of the capital to Phcnix." Gex. Bl'cn.vSAX died at Washing ton on the 2!th. He commanded at Fort Humboldt. California, in 1K54, and was Gen. Grant's commanding officer, when the latter was a lieuten ant in the regular annr. Orsox IIydk, one of the Twelve Apostles of the Mormon church, died . at Spring City, L tali. t m art disease, i on the 2!tli. He had been quite ill j for the past six wi cks and his death j . wus not unexpected. He wxs 7:! years j of age. j It is now slated that there is no , iriuu mi inc. rumor mai iiciiih union: . are pending for a union of the Central . , , , . and Lmon Pacitic railroads, under a . , ; , , . single management, lor overland busi-; " ' . ness from tue Missouri to San Iran- Cisco on I), - " Congress met on last Monday and . President Hayes' second annual mes- j sage was submitted. Owing to the late hour which we received the mes sage it is impossible for us to give a synopsis of the document, but will do so in our next issue. Ges. Crook's official report on In- dian affairs is being mailed to the ' press. The substance of it is that we ' starve the Indians that are friendly to J im. and liberal! v feed the Sioux, that ' hate us. With the ludians generally, according to General Crook, it is "warpath or starvation." Foster, the United States minister at Mexico, gives a very gloomy ac count of the condition of affairs in that republic, aud advises Americans against emigrating th-.-rc to engage in any kind of business. Everything is in a very unstable state, and there is no security for either property or life. .A report comes from Europe that the Bulgarians wish to make General Grant king of that country. A Xew York pajicr ridicules the im.tter by saving that his name Ulvsses may be an objection, as the Bulgarians have meat of the positions taken by army no love for the Greeks; but the coro- officers as to the removal of the agen nation of Ulysses the First, as cm per- j cy from Fort Sill. Indian bureau ot orof thceast, at Constuntinoplc.would j Beers say that General Sheridan, even be a fine thing to round oQ the cen tury with. TrfE secretary or war's report states ; stantly in the place for live years, and that the numlicr of desertions during ' that the removal of the post was the year ending June were 1.G7S, greatly to the advantage of the Indi which is considerably less than any ' an service. In a letter received by year since 1873, but sliil a crime i General ihenuau from General Sher alarmingly prevalent. He renews his j idau, the latter says thus as soon as ho recommendation to fix s.K-cial limita- can return from Xew York, where he tion of period within which a deserter i has gone to attend to the suit against can be arrested. He thinks it should , him on account of the seizure of su be three years, provided that the time gar plantations in Louisiana, under hall not run while the accused shall ! the reconstruction act, he will answer have absented himself from the coitu- try, has secreted himself, or for any I other reason been amenable to justice ! within that period. , TnE following is from the .W.'r: We believe that a large town will jiprjpg into existence, and lie perma nent, near Gila Bend. It will lie the ' ncarot jioint that the railroad will ! everything in most excellent working come to Prescott, and the country lc-' order. We made a personal exami tween the two points pre-ents no oh- nation of liie mill, from the top to stacles of a serious character to pre-j the bottom, and it would be a hard Tent the ojrf'uing of one of the best task to make a single improvement, (wagon routes in the territory. It is : however small. Under the efficient estimated by those familiar with the ! management r Mr. Hel lings, evcry new proposed route that Gila Bend ; thing works as smoothly an 1 perfect can lc reached in 125 miles." i ly as a good chronometer watch. The Eiitt rjn i'' has Iwen advocating The plan of the mill and the dura surh a tow n in opposition to Phei.ix, j ole manner of its construction reflects but the aliovc is. we Ix-lievc, the first : gnat credit on Mr. II. W. Boardwcll, break" the Miner lias made. Old who is no novice in such affairs, lie tc misters inform us that the distance having built several or the largest and is ICO miles instead r 1'2", and as we ' best mills on the Pacific coast, have been over considerable of the j We have never seen a mine where route, we know it is sandy and with- the ore could lie so cheaply mined as ont water. Such being the case it is . the olden Star. Kadi miner aver impossible to establish the shipping I ages alioiit two Ions per day of tw- lve place for Prescott ami Xorthern Ari - zona in any place but in the vicinity of Maricopa Wells. The Kn'trprine and Mintr know this, but they wish j but we n ill certainly be much grati to show their love for Phcnix by ad- J Tied when an opportunity occurs for a vocating an opposition town. a r;topur. v. The writer is not a prophet nor the son of a prophet, but he thinks he ran read the signs of the times" suf ficientljr well to enable him to fore tell with a considerable certainty a few events, of much public interest, which will transpire within the lim its of our now isolated and little known territory. F-r a period of nearly two months the writer has been moving in the midst of that chiss of men who, by their money and their enterprise, "move the world." We have talked with the moving spirits connected with the building of the Southern Pacific railway, and also with those interested in the building of the Atchison, Topcka and Santa Fe railway, and with tlej knowledge thereby obtained as a bais upon which to rest the statement, we will hazard the opinion that the iuvinci ble Iron horse, driven by the South ern Pacific railroad company, will be scenting the air of Arizona with his delightful snorts, all the way from Yiiui.i to Maricopa Wells, a di-tancc of two hundred miles, more or less, within the next six months. We prophecy that the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe railway com pany will, before January 1, or within a period of two years, build their road down into our country to connect with the Southern Pacific railway, thus giving us the advantage of a through railway connection both to the ea.-t and wot. The Texas Pacific mil way company, now acting like fools, are halting mid way between the east and west, await ing expected additional aid from con gress, which wo think they will nev er get, and thus by their masterly in activiiv in the matter of actual rail- ro:l building thev n-c losing preei- us time while th:-y are lobbying with ,Ilc limVcrs that be, and spending ttvr ijiue nw money on men who wju .,. )t: ti,c to do them any good, ,,,. ,.,vo companies aliovc mentioned c iniprchcnding the advantages of the I situation, are pu.-hin their cuter. pri.-es forward as fat as men and .,, , , ...... ,i . .... i llionev Mill cuaiMu iiieiu m u" r.. : ,, ,, " . ., , ,. .en. i Follow ing the completion of the i , , " ,. r , .. . . . through line of road across our . ...... .i . 'country fnun cast to wot, the . r ... ., , increase of population and con. sequent rapid development of our . . t: r Dalur:" "'. r " "" roads will be projected and built, north and south from the main line. Another prep'necy we make: With in five years from this time, Arizona will lie more greatly blessed with railway facilities than any other ter ritory or western section of the coun- try. Look at the railway maps of the country and carefully study the lines already built in our vicinity and those projected, and then draw your own conclusions. Our beautiful -ky md" will not much longer be " left out in the cold." A grand and glori ous future awaits her in the way of wonderful and rapid natural develop, ments. Men of money arc anxiously looking Arizonaward, and are now ready and willing to invest in her rich and promising mineral fields. We know of one Chicago company who are quietly preparing to invest very largely in our mines, and they will not await the build ingif rail roads either. Skcrktarv Sciiriiz has written a j letter in reply to recent letters of Gen j crals Sherman and Sheridan. The I letter is a severe and caustic nrrainn- although he located the post there, could not know as much about it as an Indian agent w ho had been con- Sccrctary Schur.'s letter, calling for specifications of mauagemeut in the Indian service. Tin: .l.li'. STAR. A Visit to the .llinc ami JIV.l. The writer recently made a trip to to the aliovc property mid found : hours. Our time being limited we were ua- alrte to make further examinations, : rcnewa o. the trip. Cakds:'. X K W ADYKKTISE.M EXTS. PU3LIC SALE. Xotir of AJmiina ruUH- of Reml EftaU: KuUr is farmer giYa tbat Id punumnc ur ortlar of tli f'roiwt C.turt of tiio County f .Vtric , Territory of Arizona, ma da oa tba 9Jthdujr ol July. A. 1. It?l, la Uja a.altorof tba Blta of William Ituvt, drraaaad. tlia an deraitfna.l. Uia adroiuiatrtor of tba ..id ettoto. will aril at public auction, to tue binba.1 luddar for casb. untl aulijwct to e nf rmailoa by ail t'roliatu Court, on Monday tha J34 day o De cember. A. U. , l: C at 3 o'clovk I". u, at tke 1,'uurllioiiM la town of Vltenix County of Xtar l(ia, uil (be- r tfbt, title, iutrat and aa a e of tbv Mud Wiil:ant K iwe, at Mia tiuia of hiad.'utb. and all Uia rifeb, tilla and iiik-rt tli:it tbe fcid ajtu'a f tba aaid WilliMa kowa at tb tiiuo ot bt daatb, aid all tba rig-Ut, title, aud iutcra-t of tu aaid .akit" b is by uperuli.'B of late or olti.T is a.'i'tir.d oiber t bca or in ud iiiion io ih:u ol Ilia aaid William I&nwa al Iba lioiv i t Lis .lalh, ia and to au undivided one balfot tbatrart.iiu uiiua called tba ''Liwu." An uiidividod oiie-uartr (1 4) iuterasl ia tne Wsig or 1n1 of tiuarlz k.awn as Ilia 'Itackan-a:i.-fc," and an uudokleduue-b-ll iutMroMt iu Iba Sur i.mIu. situate lying and being in lue I'ave Crek Mining LliatTict. Aiari.ia County. Terribiry of Aiisona. Terms and t-oudilioua if sale: Cab iu U. S. cu reucy atiiiaa of bale or VO dav lima Ulin approved security. Deed ut tbe eluse ul lurcbusr. I'ILL,'U A. SilAW. Adminifttrator of tba estate of William Uowa, dcce;u,ed. l'benix, DecemlHT "111. 1578. Administrator Sato. Xoiice is hereby (riven tbat in pursUAnee of an order of tbe l'robaie Court, ot too county ol Mario-pa, THfitory of Anions, man on tbe tbird day of li eiubi-r, ls7S, in tbe matter of tue estate af Frk'ik Morehouse, deceaaed, Iba lludrrkined administrator of aaid estate will sell at private sale, to tbe biirbest bidder for cali. and Mitiject lo Confirmation by tbe tro bute Court, tuoratiar Moi.ilay. tbe IK'bday of lieccniU r, ls?S all tbe riKbt.'title and iuterest and es ats of the said Frank Morehouse, de ceased, ut the time of his dcaib.and all the r sf lit, till nud iuterest tuat tbe said ratals ba., by operation of lanr or otherwise, acquired oth er tbun or in addi'inn to tbat ot the suid intea late at tbe lime ol bis death. iu,ai.d to all tho.e certiiin lota, pirces or pxrcls of land situate, lyinir and b-itifr in the town of l'boenix, county il al.tnc.iia. territory of Ariwa. .leiicrilied as fohows, to wit: Tbe undivided one buit of lot number twelve (1-J. ia block number thirty I.'ur (:H). and lot number eleven (ii), iu block oilnibei eiKbryme (Si,. Terui uu.l cuiiitious of sale Cash in United Sla'es currency. 11..U may tie fifTtred at any time after the first publication of this notice and bel.ire the fcile. All bids or oITt must be in wiitinfr and left at the othc of J. T. Alsap. e) .or lelt with tbe undersigned personally. D.-ed at tba exjH-nse ot the p. rcbascr. Dated Llecember 4th, I?:?. J. 1. HfMnrltif, Administrator de bons of tbe estate of Frank storehouse, dece is d. 17 Treasurer's Notice. Notice Is herrliy given tbat Ibere is now In the Siitkinir Ftii.d ol M.usiii cuuuty the sum of .s.. and that bids will be received by the usdrrsiif ntd un'il o'clock I. M., s;iturdiy the VUt ins, lor tbe surrender of County War rants on tbe t'.eneral Fund ot said couutr. mi der and ai-eordiug to the p-ovision of an act of tbe I.c.fi!ulure of tbe 'IVriitory .if Arizoua. en tilled au A-t to facilitate tbe a maul of tba debt or Maricopa county," aj'proved February Ith. Ir77. llids nmst be itathr form of seated proposals and Contain the warrants p:-otH-sert to tie sur-n-n lcnd aud lie marked ".siukiiur Fund." Ho bid will be r,-ceivcd f.r more than tbe p:ir val ue of tba warrants pro-erd to be anrrcndera.1. FKA.NCIS A SIIAW. Treasurer, rhenix. A. T., Il.'Cember7th, lets. LADIES Hair Dressing ESTABLISHMENT. A LI. STYI.KS OF LADIES HAIR DRESS - iuir skillfully execuned. CURLS SWITCHES RuUPEES. Etc. TlaauTarinrr tl and Repaired. .1 LA MODE Mrs. William Sturcnburg. (f.ata of Nati Francisis..) Rnitts Washinfftoa siraot oppoaita Mont ikaa Livara Stab!. Express and Delivery WACOM! JT AVISO A WAGON" Bfll.T EXPRESSLY for the isiri-oae I am prepared to do anytuina; to tbe above line. Furniture movlue a specially. Orders left on the slate at the M aa-oolia aa loan will receive prompt attention. J. W. MAIttkl.KV. McKEXXEY'S Lunch Room OVMTEBNi Kt..S. AT MCKEXXEY S LUXCII ROOM. orEX all Mi; n r. Hl.VIL. (HKKE.V. FurnSshed Room. ONE HANDSOMELY FURNISHED SUN nr fnnt Kooin to-let tiy the month. On V. astitni-ton street, one block above tne Vhe nix llolol. New Carpet; Hair mattress; 8love. etc. lieulleincn only, llcnt e?l5 i-er month. Bcarts for Gale. TSROM AND AFTER TO-DAY THE l'N-dersi-rned will have on bund for sale a btrtre ,iianttty of 1IF.ANS of tbe finest ttalily for sale in quantities to suit at tbe fullowinfr prices; IJ.-tail - - -12 1-2 cents. Uvthesaek - - H cents. 1000 pmiuds or over - 7 1-2 cents. OTERO & BLAKE. At tbe Meat Mnrkel south of the IlF.K.M.K of lice und mljoiiniinif the llMit and Shoe store. . Carpenter Shop. JoM.ii.r of nil V'mlt prunir"y oteled to ami aod on 1L0 tno HE. I.V0-V-TSLE TEH. US. Contract work a specialty. E-dSmates furnish cd tu npplicatiou. Workshop in the rear of tba store of A. Gold- lierir's store. W. II. 5IOKRIK. J. B. DOUGLAS, Architect and Superintendent Tlnns, specifications, and etimaes carefully prep-trrd. Office with Drs. Sheets i W'barlon. east side of the Plaza. nlo -ui XEW ADVE11TISEMEXTS, CALIFORNIA Va r i e ty STORE I If. SbWASDljl, - ProprUior. Having ftnri4 fm tx Angel with a larga ud Weill selected stuck of GEXERAL Merchandise ! Tak p.Mtsor in ftonrmncino; to th Grnoral Iuhlir Uiiti b .tuat oa baD1 and U eunstaotly receiriog large quantitiea ot Provisions and Family Groceries. Which are offered at price that defy competi tion. HaTir.jr had oxer twenty two ynari ex peri -mnc.m in tbo bueineM it han enabled ni to lot-t ouly tba choice t jr.MKU. Oir m a call and ee fur yorelTas. In thr old Store next to thr Phenl Floarrnill, rormerlj oc cupied l Arthrr A KIIim. Boot and Shoe Montezuma St., Adjo'tDtng Vagnolia Sal oon. Boots, Shoes and Gaiters, Made to order of the beet material and aatif fao tioa ffuaraoievd. Alfo on hand, an aiuorttnent of boots of hit own make, eo that yo can be fittd at a mo ment notice. LASSIE. MoT HOUSE. SIGN and Carriage PAINTERS. Opposite Pbaaia BrI, ia baildiaa; lately oc cupied By A. M. Janaa. HOUSE AX SlG PalKTryO, PaTBH Hamuix. St a untti and GllAINinO SE.VTI.Y Dose. Mixed paints prepared to order, and for sale ia quantities to suit. VA.XF.K A AM KM. J. D. Monihan's Lirery, Featl and Stile Stables. Washington St., beCwcen Center and Cortez. Best Livery Horses and ele gant vehicles at all times Horses boarded. Hay and grain always on hand. GEXERAL MERC11AXDISE. READ. BEAD. BEAD Hew Attractions Tbt nnderairned already well known lath Territory and in this Ticinity beg leare to an nounce to the public of Pheni and currwuad jog country that they hare opened at l'henix a Ure withattock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Gcncral Supplies for Farm ers and Miners. Oor assortment ia complete In all It branches Oar fuc litiw fer buying; are superior to eTery bedy else, whieb Kill euable us to Undersell all Others. And burins: bnstneas ronnrtinns at Prescott as well as at other points in the Territory where th products of the country And a mar ket, we can and will offer mora lor tbe seme than any other bouse. OUR. STOCK CQKSZSTS OP Groceries, ILinlw: rc, Oils. ClotLing Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Farmers und Miners' Implements, Liquors and Provision.?, Grain and Flour sacks, Quecnsware, Notions and wine, And all other goods pertaiaino; to a well as orted stock of General Merchandise. Which we are determined to sell at prices to suit conramvrs, either at wholesale or retail Give us a call before pu rod a ins; elsewhere. ASHER & ELLIS. ryTha Katiunat Gold Medal was awarder! to Ilradlejr & Ralofson. for tka beat Pboto ITiaplia In Ilia United States, and tb Yiaaaa Medal for the beat ia tha world. 429 Montgomery Street. San Franciaeo. BEER! BEER! THE FINEST BKKK. L1. Ar POUTER ia toutaer Ariaaaa ass oali be akiaissa at the United States Brewery. One IMork Sooth of Moa.ikonn Htabie. IlaTins; receiTed an entire new outfit for a complete brewery, we are prepared W furnitb .HfUoons ann private ramnies wiin any quanti ty drsired the Try best BKKK. ALE and l'ORTtK at prices that defy cotneetitiou. Orders delivered to any pert of Pfceaix and Ticinity FREE OF CHARGE. itawlSnii iriM w. ovdans ecoired throus; rke poet otBoe. Ifom't mistakk the name aud location. u4 TAX Notice is hereby given that the County and Ter ritorial Taxes are now due, and will become Delin quent if not paid before the 10th day of December, 1878. Ceo. E. IV. o wry, Collector. TOWN LOTS. T'tlE of HERE WILL HE A PUBLIC SaLE Vacant Lots In the Town of Fhe- 11 IX. At the Court House on Saturday, December lh, 10 a. M, By order of the Board of Trnstees. A. L. LEMON, Cuairuiao SOLE John R. Dall & Go. Wholesale Liquor Dealers. Washington St., .... Phoenix. Hare on hand a select stock of Old Bourbon and RyeJWliiskiesramdia, Gins, Rums, Port, Sherry, and Maderia "Wines. Champagnes, Clareti, Sautcrnes, Liqueurs, Bitters, and'EVERYTnixo appertaining to the LIQUOR BUSINESS. Which tliey invite buyers to call and examine and compare price vab what they are paying elsewhere. A. COLEDBEIRC. 0XE PRICE Has only one price, and that the very Lowest. Have just reeeived a large and splendid Msortiusnt of all kinps of General Call taii set for yourselves. ITigeest price paid for all Hides, Grain, Wool, etc. Ord&rs from the Country guaranteed. At the one price Cash S.or. A. GOLDBERC. sl9.4. Kear th new hall f M'ealaer an TCentw-.. Amencan Hotel. Kra. Is. C. Hollj", - Northwest Corner of Washington aud Center The only Hotel in Phenix. Centrally Located, Beautifully Shaded, an Cowfbit ably arranged. Dining room open from G A. M. to 12 P. M. Meals sent to any part f town. Ball suppers, wedding and social dinners a ppeetality. light and oomforUblei House andFuruiturc cw. 0 LUiMJ ployed. No bar attached. . DHESS MAKING Millinery Establishmnet. The nnderiijBrnea rpctfi.l.y nnnonncei to the ieop'e of Pbenix ami vicinity that she i preitared to t?xecute all w-rk in lb it fmh um, nd will guaranty perfect Mttisfnction with all workdon. Ainu silk embroidery in merino, flannel, etc l'lain tewing ot all kind dune in good ityle. Charges to- Correspond with the Times. MllS. COAKE. AVasbiairtoa Street, east of Woolsey & Weatworth's new hall. 5tf Wood Yard. ITaTing ratablthe4 a Wood Yard I am pre purwc tu furn ih goud woud on hurt notice a S4 Per Cord. urnrrs ie:i at lum r" onir win wnw 1 prompt attvmiuit. IV Jtf. JXowcli. AGEXTS. CASn STORE. 1 s . Call and see fcr yowelTs. kinds of Cowntrf proitf, solicited and satisfaction - - ProprlecaaV n q $ $ $ Geo. E. Loring, Dealer in Domestic and Imported -:0: CIGARS, TIXG AXD SMOKING TOBACCO'S, Of all the Leading brands which I am selling at Eastern Prices. Don't forget the Store with Postofflce. n2Gtf V