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SALT RIVER HERALD,
NKin-ni:iKi,v k i i t 1 x. USPEH 4k McCLINruCK - Proprietors. WH.fwIa), ... January lt, IMS Arizona thai lias marched so Mead- : : : : ! ily or survly to lare coimiHTciat nt- Tue Atchison, Tnptka and Santa tuinnioiits, or whose merchants ami Fc railnad crossed the New Mexico ' hiisim-ss men -renerally have smeeeil- line, at Ihc summit or the Katium j , l.uihKnr "1 a li'iorc prosperous mountains, at C o'clock on the tven- Uii-ins, as that ol l'hi nix. To-day ing of November SO. she stands as the second business ccn- : , ...... . I tre of the terriiorv, and the future is Ges. Miles, colon. 1 ot the i ifili in- ,. . , ., ' I lull ot promise to the active, ener fantrv, and who is known as one ot"; .. . , . , - ' H- 'llC IniSlIlrSS l!f'!l f)l HlIS 'rri'.'lt ill.ll me most aiue orncers in tne arniv. rrites to a senator in Washington that he is ardently in favor of putting the Indian triles under the war de partment's protection. Two regiments of Mexican regu lars, under command of Colonel t'al delas, have arrived at Guayuias. They have orders to sustain the Sunora leg islature, which is to impeach Govern or Mariscal for unconstitutional exer cise of authority, and for mal-appro-priation of public funds. The new goloid dollar, which con tains half the nuantitv of jrolil in the gold dollar and half the quantity of! silver in the silver dollar, and is about the size, of half a dollar, is advocated as an ingenius compromise between gold and silver, and its introduc tion is calculated to assist in preserving the equillibrium of value between the two metals. Gov. FitEMOST and Judge Silent have recently made a trip to Moluivc county, to inquire into the condition of the Indians living there, and in a forthcoming report will recommend that they receive aid from the govern ment. Judge Silent thinks the gov. crnmcnt should set apart a permanent j reservation on the Sandy river, as their field of supply is constantly be ing diminished by the encroachments of white men. A Scrajctox correspondent says: " These are dismal davs in the cabins of the Pennsvlvania em.1 miners. The olt crouches at every door. If the combination of companies outlasts j tl.i. mnnll, fl.o min.-rs .,,n noli.. ! ing before them but starvation. Their woes furnish Christmas time reading for the country, whose barns and grain elevators arc bursting with the greatest harvest ever seen, even in this teeming New AVorld."' The Mining Iln-ord, published in New York, in a late issue, says: AVe had the pleasure of a visit at our of fice one day last week, from Mr. John J. Gosper, of Arizona, the secretary of that territory. Mr. Gosper gave us most encouraging assurances of Ihc progress of the mining industry aud development of Arizona. He person ally visited the Tip-Top and confirm ed the most favorable reports which liave been made by the local press concerning that properly. The Texas Tacific Uailwavcom- Tnnv lias filed its answer to the hill rccvuuy uicu ju ine supreme court oi the District of Columbia, intended to restrain the company from disposing of the stock and property of the Mem phis and EI Paso company. The an swer demurs to the jurisdiction of the court, on the ground that tiic Texas Pacific officers arc not residents of the district; that it has no place of business there, and can properly be sued only iii the states and territories where its road is located and its offi cers reside. Br a telegram from Prescett, dated December 17th, we learn that Assist ant Secretary Anderson cauvassed the vote for delegate on the ll!)h inst., with the following result: Campbell, 1,452: Stevens, 1,0!)0; Davis, 1,097; M'oolsey, 882 making the total vote counted, 4,521. The above is without the vole of Pinal county, the returns from 1'inal not having been received at the secre tary's ollice. The vote of Pina! was for delegate as follows: Stevens, 2l!7 ; "Woolsey.212; Davis, 107; Campbell, 98 which would make the total vote polled 5,233, divided as follows: Campbell, 1,583; Stevens, 1,327; Da vis, 1,264; "NVoolsey, 1.094. We ask why Pinal county's vote was not in in time to be counted with other counties? By what hocus-pocus was it kept out Would it bring Ste vens too near to Campbell, or would it show that Davis or Wnolsey had a majority of the legal votes of the ter ritory? Is there no law to compel county recorders to do their duty? If not, it is high time that our legisla ture guarded lhaL If the county re corders have the right to hold back returns, they certainly have the power to elect whomsoever thej- please to ofTicts. Of course the vote of Pinal would not have changed the result, but the principle of the thing is what wc look at, and shows at a glance that something should be done to prevent the possibility of fraud in that direc tion. We also agree with our cotetn orarics that registration should close lit least thirty days before election, thereby doing away with certificates. The registration law, even as it now stands, is a check on fraud, but can be bettered by amendments, and we earnestly rail npon all our legislators to do their utmost to purify the ballot boi. the freeman's only safeguard. JVsTICE. tiikskmi-w ffrlv hihud "We believe it run lie h:i'h! wllli ; ir.ni'li Miici-nty Hint then; is not an- ' i:ltcr ! 11 in all tlic lroal territory l productive valley. In order to sup ply a demand which has been for some months experienced, that of lurnishinu: our very large list of sub scribers with later news than can be given in a weekly issue, the prcpric lors have determined, cenunem ing with this number, to publish The IIkkai.d twice a week hereafter, (on Wednesday and Saturday.) itivinjr the very latest news up to the hour of go ing to press. As in the past, we shall endeavor i:i the future lo give the people of l'henix and Maricopa coun ty such a newspaper as will command their respect and patronage. In con- elusion we would return thinks to our liberal, generous-hearted advertis ing patrons, who have so materially aided us in placing The Herald in its present sound financial condition. A HAPPY XKXV VF.AK. To-day is the first in the year 1ST!), and as such we presume will be cele brated in the manner Usual with us since time immemorial that of feast ing and jollilieation.calling ou friends, etc. Many will be the resolutions made to turn over a new leaf in our life's history some to be kepi sacred- j ly, others to be broken at the first un I guarded moment. The Chiistian will seek the sanctuary, and there oiler up ids fervent thanks, with penitent heart, lo Il m who " doeih all things well," f.r the many blcviinrs th:it have been bestowed upon him during j ,-...,, ",1,Lrs Wl1 fnJ"?' tl.cir "'"10 oriJ,y may dictate 1Ile oU1 J car lias been a lesson to us ,,ntl n,i,.V Ke -nduct OUrselvcS in !. ,.,.n..if.,l - I.... . I i.;i the new so that at its close we may be a belter and happier people. To the thousands of readers of The Hkrami we would say, in the language ot" Washington living's " Hip Van Win kle" " May you all live long and prosper.'' A i.ati: Washington dispatch says: The contest for the republican presi dcnlial nomination, two years hence, seems to have already practically narrowed itself down to Grant. Blaine and Washburne. Tiic two formr-r stand as the principal active competi tors, and the latter is tiie most distin guished representative of ilie grand army of compromise candidates. It is said that Grant's strength lies in the south, Maine's in the northeast, and Washburne's, in a less positive sort of way, everywhere. Then, after an- 'llvtll' iif CtlflKrtll flf lfll liooil'fi. . . 3 . . . .".'"." i-urant, However, is almost invinci- ble from the fact that the tremendous influence of the money power i.-: all on bis side. Theiower that is to prevent it from accomplishing the same in lsso with Ilie name of Grant substituted lor that of Hayes has yet ... ;...1f ... ...... . .is.-, i . ts.-i.. .-mi. an; .iiu i.ronat- llities and possibilities bearing upon ! , ., . i the case. I he nomination of Grant, in l.si, according to the Chicago ' Timt correspondent, seems there-' lore, from prc.-cut indications, to be inevitable. Pai l Weuiskr the new proprietor of the Prescott Enterprine says: A public journal is, in a certain sense, Ihc property of the people and should only contain what is of public inter est. 3Iere personal squabbles shall never be allowed to defile our col umns, and when we have difficulties and dillercnces to settle with others, they shall be settled without any re course lo print and not be allowed to interfere with our duly to the public in the least. A journalist has no right 10 prostitute ins position lor mere personal ends, and the public may rest assured that whatever difficulties and troubles we may have with oth ers, the columns of the K,ttrri will never be burdened with the de tails there are better and more sen sible ways to settle such matters, We shall, in conclusion, earnestly endeav or to give to our readers what they have had in the Entcrprite in the past, a truly progressive, impartial and liberal territorial newspaper. It is claimed that the Southern Pacific company intend to lay two miles of track daily from Gila City lo Maricopa "Wells. The Ilackbcrry, in Mohave coun ty, is turning out about $40,000 per mouth at an expense of $15, 000. The mine in its shafts, tun nels and drifts looks well, and is regarded as a very rich and excel lent property. The name of Camp Supply, on the border, lias Lceu changed to Camp Jolm A. Ettcker, in honor of" ihc late Lieut. Ruckcr, who lost las iie by drowning, in attempting to save his cuiup uiiou iu aims, Lieut Hcul.y. NEW ADVEKTISEMEXTS, VY. t. LEROY, MAXUFACTITKKR OF Artificial Limbs! and Deformity Ar IuratUM. h f t Club F.t, Bow T.eg Spiitut Oirvanir, Shorten ! Limb. U:p 1im:uw. Mk Joint. & v. and Klax'ir St-kiniK. Snrt tri Trm-. (jrutrli-. A c A new ami suju-rior Sua pensory b.tidage, price, t-i: iw elastic TniM. $". Can y srnt bv miii . ART'r'I 1IAI. M.VKS ami Al'PA- ltA'l I S run bo m:id from niunren;-iit S-nl f -r MfHMire b!uVs Willi Mrn tion. or fr Catalogue A. Addrp H'. a. Li:i:oy, Xort'iAust Citrnor of Clark nnl Ma.li.on Sfs, 2 CHICAGO. Practical Plasterer. Ath.he Wri: f AH Kind. Estimate pivn. Contracts taken, order a: the llKUALU Ollice. Lrava WM. J. SCOTT. A VII. 31. Itltt.l KKMIIIXK, CIVIL ENGINEER AND COUNTY SURVEYOR. I'HKMX, Arizona. Order left with tlie C-junty ltecorue r will re ceiTe prompt attention. SALT IUVEK Flouring lYJill. '. II. VEII'.rrop. The Largest and Best Mill in the Territory. OFFERS FOIl SALE ALL THE BEST GRADES OF FLOUR In qtantities to suit purchaers The ftil'iv'otr !mnl rontant'r on XXX FAMILY FI.l'K(wumtutcd EX'IUA FAMILY EXTUA SI l'Kr.FIXE, liUAII AM. CRACKED WHEAT. ALSO It ran. KhoriH anil Ild.lliiiRM. OPErlAL ATTF.XTIOX IXVITEDTO JIV k' XXX Family Flour. F.rerv wk of wltieh fJ.... j .i ... t . '" Teni:..ry or m..ey r.fiu.dr.i. luvmira Ipriri .lock nf haml. piir.-ba.Mrn. will do writ to give uie a call b.lore purchaiu); :ewliere. rsyritiCESLow as the lowest. Ilishrxt Price Pa hi for Wheat. SI WILKY A SOX. Carpenters Prices very RraMonalric Natiftic tiuii liuarautiH'tl. Orlr through th P.nt.flif or at the Hkb ALI Ottice will teotrive prompt attention. J. M. COTTON rpAKES THIS METHOD OP INFORM ing his iricniU and the ublio that hi Two Saloons ar always supplied with the Choicest )..li nora And Clear. Th CVmrort and entfiiains.ent of patrons will be studied 1 y the rnpr:et-jr and a!taihe. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. J. IT. TIIOJISOX, O. J. TII1UUD3, Thomson & Co. Washington street lietween Center ami Cottex. Druggists Sc Apothecaries. DKAI.EUS IX Dkcgs axd Medicixes. CliemiralM for Mining; I nc. Alo a full list f OESriXE FATEXT MF.niCIXLS TOILET AltTICLES AX1 FERFUMEttV. riivsiciAxs' Prescriptions. Attende.l to at nil honrs of tbe .lay anil niirlit. t'hnrir's rea-tin:ille. Wew Saloon. We wonl.l resp-ctfullj-notTjr th Pulilic that we liave opened a new salouu la the building Opposite the Postoflice. And Intend lo keep it an s naloon ih.iuM be kept The Tery beit quality of WinoM, Llijuorw. and Cigars. ALWAYS OX HAND. ndiMM at Tricrc to uit tbc Times. A hamlioiTie'r furnidhril Club roe... nttiii.s4 for the ute of our patrom. IlltOWX A DAXIKU Tl IE fining Record" A WrEKI.T NFAVSPAPKR RprMcntttjr tho aiming Interests OF XOHTH AMERICA Complete Tables of all Mining com panies. Location of properties, Capital Stock. Market Value, Assessments, Dividends, Willi Valuable In formation from all the Mining sections of America. Th otiy paper financially devoted to these interest; pntili.hinir the dnily tranactrti. of rite Xew York Mi-'ihff Kx.-hanfe. Term, (in cluding posture) 3 ier annum. rnh'i.hed at OO Itroadn av. ST. V. ALEX. HOHT.CH1SOLM. Proprietor. X. 11. rnrrhnsen. fnnde of all kinds of min injr macbiuery fr.-eof Comuimi.'.'.ion. AH MIIXEX SILVER MIXIXrt COMPANY " Location nt principle plure of tiuiiiPM. San Frani'isco. California. Locution f work. Globe liittrirt. Arizona Territory. Noiire in herrhy ffiren. that at a meeting of the Board of I irt rt ors. held on the .hJl day of November, 1?8. an anrnmrnt (No. 1) of twenty five rent jr share was levied upon the capital stock if the cor poration, payable itnmediatety in I'niteU States jrold coin, to the Swrefarr. at the oflire uf the I'ompany, room Safe Ieputit Buildins; San Francisco, California. Any stork upon which this nns5ment s!:all remi.in unpaid, on the second day of Janutrv. lf";, will be delinquent and advertised for afe, and unbue payment is made before, will be sold on VednMla. the 2.t,h day if January, to pay tbe de ir.iient asiM-snient, nelh er with tue cont of idverti-injr and expenses of ale, r.y order of the Itoa'd of 1i rectors. A C. MrMKANS. Serretary. Office- Room'JI Sale Ut'i;s:t Cuildintr. San Fraucisco, California. llt.d It STI1NKMEXT. The ay of deHnsjucneT f the aboTe assess ment has brrn pstMin-d to Mmilay. Februnrw 10, Itr7y, and the day of sale to March 6. If 79 A C. MrMKANS, SfVet.ry. SMITH & STROUD'S On Wuington street in the old Capitol Build ing has beea Refitted and RcfurnUhrd. M AKINO IT THE MOST ATTRACTIVE place in 1'heoix The Farlor adjrinins; contaip games crble of amusiog tbe mcst fastidious. GKXEKAf. MEKCIIANDISK. Tli SHOP. On Montezuma Street one block north of the l'riiiting Oltictt iu:tteu and lari cans made to All kinds of Dairying Vl'-nsils fr sale CUKAft FOU CASH. Special Attention given to rpnirinc ard Ji.b bin. M. I'fMqneira. Contractor AND Builder. Jol.bins of All KlnilM Proini.tly Atlenilrd to. Location of "Workshop opposite the IIkkald Oflix. J. II. C'muiiiEiicM National AND CHOP HOUSE. Opposite the rostoffice. Will open for business next lucsday. Cwn from Hall past Six A. M. to Ten r. X Dinnrrx prepaired to Order. Tli hpsl Bread, choicest Cafcef ami Pi frch very .lay. I. Trnprt. i.1" hi u m in on n. In flie Jiwttce O-urt f IMienix PricJrct, in the Ctmnty of Miiriropa, Trrrifnrv tf Arizona. K.I. HiliiniA. J. 1. K. K. linker. l'.ainlitT caint A. M. Jane, dnfrndant. The Territory ot A rizna iend) rretiiijf to A. M. Jan- de fondant. Vm are hereby nitntirimit-d lu apprr befTe me at my t!ice at llitnix in th Coni.ty f Maiiconi, A. T., on the l:llli day id Kebntar'y A. H., Ip?7'.. ut 1U oVltick ,- M, in an act ion brought Hgn'nt yon by Maid ilintilT t nimrr tbe complaint uf tiie ubure named f'laintitT. j S.ii.l ;trtttn i bmnuht to recover Ninety one j dolbtr atl 51-100 dollar; which mm i c am i (eil of Hnxtimt dut me on indi nlmit i nmiiig and tiKii;ne-i to m bv Mr. H.tvid ; V-w.p. mwl 'I'll.. t- or t...l.r..I..A4 ;!! takrn ocaii ii you fr tiie id nuiount, tocth with coals ot thin uit, if ynu fail to it enr and answer. '!' th ShfrilT or any Cimtnltle of said County. ;rteiinc: Make lela civiee and dne return hereof. (liven untltr my band this 1JIU day of lcuember A. D. )H'8 It. I. Hll.XltH. A Justice of the Peace of mii.l Township THE BALDWIN. Leading Hotel ! OF SAN FRANCISCO. And the mnet elerantly appnrnted hotel in the wurM, over l.fttMl.UOU having been expended by Mr . llaldwin in its construction and furnish in if. Headquarters Army and Navy. Spctu.1 Accommadntions for Families and large Iir ties. Price lite nime as at othnr firnt-rJa.'s bo tels. to ." per day. Special contracts will be made for permanent boarders. The hotel coot-lies and carriege in waitins; at all iMiats and mi I way dppitn. Rooms can be reserved before arrival bv telegraph. JOHN A. HICK, Lessee. Formerly proprietor of the (iraud Pucitic. Chi nie. ni:t II. S. FITZGERALD & CO. "VI'JIA, Arizona. Forwarding Merchants. Prompt shipmenls of all freight con siirued to our care. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in CnOCEKIES, 11KY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, AXI) General Merchandise, Of every Description. J2f ""," ennnut be Undertold for entlt vol-2-nt WEEKLY BULLETIN" Contain all the Sn Francisco, State and Coast News ot the week, while its extensive Oorremdtncn and voluminous dispatches keep ile leaders advisrd of all imortant events of the world. The MKUCIIANT. the M1NKH, th- MECHANIC, and the FARMER cannot af lord to be without it. Its Financial articbs. Min ing stock and Market reHrts are accurate, and its Agricultural Department is made an impor ant feature. Single subscription, $3 per year; six months $1 50. Clubs of ten or more, lo one ad dress, will b fucmehed at $ 2 40 per cpy per y-ar. and one copy free Iv the arty getting up ke Club. John R SOLE A Wholesale Corner or Mnriropa and JrlTcrson Havf now movril into more i'omjnotiiouM r.niirtpi onr fttrilitifs for wupplj iiis the trade are miHiirpaMxeil liy any other bonne in our line in the Territory. "We ronlially invite buyers of all dnrM Jo eali and examine onr roods, feeling eonliden t that we ran afford to give thrru better value than by purrlkaxiti- cicsw here. Have on hand a select stock of Old IJourbon and Hye "Whiskies, Brandis, Gins, Hums, Port, Sherry, and Madcria "Wines. Chanipa,mcs, Clarets, Sant ernes, Litjucurs, Bitters, and evkkytiiixo appertaining to the LIQUOR BUSINESS. n,-n Sole ajrents for Arizona for the Celebrated CHAMPAGNES of Perinet & IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC Vhieli they in ile buyers l call what they are payin.! elsewhere. OXE PRICE Has only one price, and that the very Lowest. Have just received a large and splendid assortment of all kinps of General ere Call and see for rourselvcs. Il.geest price paid for all Hides, Grain, Wool, etc. Orders from the Country solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. At the one j:rice Cash Store. A. GOLDBERG. rolSnl. Xearllie new hall ofWooliey and IVentworth. American Hotel. Jsorlhwest Corner of "WashinsrUn and Center streets. The only Hotel in Phenix. Centrally Located, Beautifully Shaded, and Comfort ably arranged. Diuingroora open from G A. M. to 12 P. M. Meals sent to any part of town. Bull suppers, wedding and social dinners a speciality. Koonn light and couilortablei House audFuruiture New. No CHINESE em ployed. No bar attaebed. CENTS. Liquor Bealeijs. SlrcctK IMia-nix. and examine and compare prices with CASH STORE. Call and see for yourselves. kisds of Country pjoduoc, roiirictress.