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SALT RIVER HERALD.
KEHI-UKEKLV KDITIOV Wrdormlav January 1. IXT'J. TOWN AND COUNTY. Clicw Jackson's Best Sweet Xavy Tobacco. air.L. D. Copclaml, of GilUlt, is in the city for a few days. "Washington street is rapidly filling up with business houses. More lumber for Peralta's new store arrived this mornin?. Tlic Prcscott stage, by Gillett, left this morning with one p:useugcr. There is a great scarcity of brick A good brick yard would do well. John II. Dal I is oil on another bui. ness trip. He will return in a few weeks. Joe Phy, for a lonir time deputy sheriff of this county, has goue to ' Tucson to locale. I W. AV. Stewart, m m1r of the as- scmby from Pima county, ra.w:il through on Suudav's staire. Owing to the heavy roads, caused by the late rains, the Mages are all behind time about five hours. Carpenters are at work turning the second story of Smith iV S:rouus sa-1 loon building into rooms and oiliees. flrwffp K 1 jirinf lias received more lumlier on Clark & Adams' account. ' He U agent for that firm in this sec- ' lion. Miss Mattie Tucker will soon leave : for Prescott, where she has been promised a clerkship in the coming j legislature. j U. It Baker leaves Tor Prescott to-. morrow. He is a candidate for the : position of serge.mt-at-arius of the a. semblv.' Hons. Gray, Alsap and Bumbtirg, Maricopa's delegation to the legisla. turc, left for lVcscot this morning by private conveyance. IT P Mi-Donald will be ilenntv sheriff under R. S. Thomas, Thomas 1 Shcrman has been ajijioiuted jailor by the same official. The Blue Bird saloon has been cn. tirely refitted and furnished, and the n une changed to " The Parlor." All are invited to c:UL T. "NV. Parker, the gun and x k- .u...,, ereeun- a uau'ong wpposue the 1IEKAI.D office, to be used as as a : workshop by himself. ! :. .: i: :. The Yuma delegation to the legis-! "wure """ ,a KU ,a"i i1"r- , day cvenina-, and left for Prescott ear ly Monday morning. Hons. P. Thomas and Mead, dele- Kates to the legislature from Pinal , county, left for Prescolt this mornin g : after a few dav's stay iu Phenix. ' Lieut. "on Schr.ider, of Camp 51c Dowell, arrived by Sunday's stage from Lowell, where he had been attending a court martial. When you go to the Tijitop, j.itt your animal uj at the Pioneer livery stable of Mann & Cusaek, and house j-oursclf In the hotel of Single & Anderson. The following freight arrived at ' tendent of schools, territorial Ireasur-' ?;l"''-ls'''P Emily B. Sondcr, which Yuma last week for our merchants : ; er, and district attorney. In the leg's-! ka York ,llc !:l!l "r l '" M. P-9: G.& Co 1: G. II. X. L.. 1: 'latum he bus lill.-il ii.n fli:,: ,r! bcr for Turk's Island and Santa Do. A. G., 5; W. A. D., !'. G. C, 1 ; E. I. & Co., 6; G. & Met'., 1. j Goodhue & Armstrong's stick of trees, shrublery, etc., ordered by citi-'. zens in this valley, arrived to-day and i are being unpacked in the building lately occujiied by Nathan & Co. All travellers having occasion to : nass through Pieket Io,i sliinil.l mil 1 ... opaline ncKei i osi iioiel, Kepi uy ; Mrs. E. Beston. Theaccommiv.lalions ' are superior to those found in most 1 mining camjis. I The ball this evening at Woolscy & ' Wentworth's hall promises to be' an eniovable affair. C. Salari. the noim. : lar caterer, will furnish the sujiper. The fact that John I.utgerding i rloor manager guarantees a large attendance. Charley Clark, in the goodness of i Maj. I. II. Cox is one of our best liis generous soul, never forgets the lawyers, and considering his short printer. To day he sent to the Her. ' residence his business is large and lu AI.D a large pitcher of superb Tom , crative. anu jerry, ami a qua nuiy oi tine na- I Tana cigars. tliailey, accejit our I , thanks. Hons. Kirkpatrick and Iltiirhcs, members of the council, and Hons. Speedy and Vail, of the house, arriv ed from Tucson in a jirivate convey ance Saturday evening. They were ioined at this point bv Hon. A. E. J: ay. memiier ol the house lroni Puna county, and S. W. Carjienter, aud left lor Prescott .Uonilay morning. To those who may be afilicted with loss of limbs, deformity, &c., we cheerfully call attention to the adver tisement in this issue of Mr. I.eroy, of Chicago. We have known Mr. Leroy many years, and believe his artificial limbs to be the very best in the market, and have the very best reason for the faith that is iu us. Mr. Ba1.se, of Yuma, left Phenix for his home last Sunday, after a visit to Sunflower valley, in this county, where he has nearly 2.000 liead of cattle, and several hundred head of horses. He has spent many thous ands ot dollars in that section in vari ous kinds of improvements. He is" an enterprises citizen, anil one we would be pleased lo see locate perma nently in Phenix. In the distribu'.ion of gifts at tlio late festival held in this city, we learn that outside parties were also rcmeru 1 irnl. Of Uicjc wo would inertly ' I.K ate.l oaa block south of the The slate that one of our par-sous drew .a ' nix Flouring mill. Bverytliing in his p itk of cards, and another had beeu I line is made in a superior manner provided w ith a bottle of c hampagne, I So n:-ed of sending to San Francisco but not responding to his name, he j for furniture as long as Mr. Howe re no doubt ec:!pcd the risk of sM'iid- mains in l'heiix. in jr a night in the cala!oo-c. lie. This city boasts of two phologriph- however, wonders who appi-opriale.i his C'hri.-lmas gilt, as he ihereiiy was alo Jirevented from jdaying a game of seven up with llro. Wiley, the ini tio Wing geneially imli.-pe.isil.lc on such occasions. '1 he ethics of I'he nix, like the town, is rather crude. rhi-nis IVopJc. Tlie following is a continuation of the article commenced in our la.-t issue. King S. V"oo!scy arrived in Arizo na in ISO:); was in Salt river valley in lstil. ami came here to live per.na ik-ih.j iii iu.- ua "llllljjob:lScanl-oll(ncanii.,TC. Their territorial council live tanus, viz: In , , .:.. i r.t.,,i I i'... c . i .....t. 1 .. ,um, scmu, soeou., uSmU am, main sosions, aim was resi.ieiu o: the last two. He owns nearly o.lXKl acres in the valley. C II. Gray is from Arkansas, and came to the valley in ls'it. His lam ily was among the first to come anil remain here. He owns over l.tHK) acres in the valley. He haj tilled the position of uiervi.-or f ur years, and is now a nie.ul r of the Lnit nial c mncil, having been elected last No- j vciuIht. I n i i,.,i:..An...i-..,.i t . ,. , Lawrence com:! v, I:idi;a:a. He grad - , , , ., . . . .. uatel at the Imliana M.iie I mversilv in ISIS, and at the law school of the i .. , : same university in !"!. He prac ticed law at Bedford until 17 1. In JSUI he was elected to the legislature I ol Iiidi.iiia, from Lawrence county, by .V majority, and was a member of the Slate Democratic Central C'oni- "' for 172 and 17:. He was one of Use Jircsidenlial electors for the 1 slide at large in the campaign of 172 Ion the democratic ticket. He came I west in 1374 and settled in San Diego, j California, and on the protective failure of the Texas Pacific railroad, j removed to I'henix in May, 177. I J. 15. Douglas, an architect and su Imicnt f 1 1""1 in . ; aur rapiilly growing city. I inns. j sjx.-cilicatioiis and estimates carefully ; Jirejiared. Dr. 'Wharton is a graduate of Star- lins Medical Collei.'.Colunibus, Ohio. He has practiced his profession twen- i-nc jears, ana nouis Hie j.osiiion ol ; ' i United States medical examiner in the I p,.nsiim depnitmciit for Arizona He h.,s n.s;lk.(1 ja Ulls xaUvy for ,c ,.s, ijve Vl.a,s. Dr. Sheets is a rradua : of Wiliibie v U1"W ,K;lr 1 'vclanil. lie arriveU in Phenix last February. Thirl v-four years lie has practiced his profession, i large portion of which time has j in California. Dr. B. I- Conyers graeu ited at the Louisville College in 11!. Has jirac- ticed his jirofcssion in California for the past eighteen years. In the few months he has been resident of this city, he has done a large and lucra. live practice. His drug store was ojiened in August last. J. T. Alsap crossed the Colorado river in !(;:!, and settled in this val ley six years later. He has filled the position? of probate judge, superiu- iiresident of the council in lSi;s. mem. ber of the council in 171, secretary f the council iu 17:1, sjieaker of the bouse in 17."), chief clerk of the house iu "i memiier of the house iu tuc oresont legislature, William A. Hancock is one of the U settlers. He sun-eyed the town site of Piicnix. and built the first! II ,. . usv. .is me nisi snerui oi Maricopa county, and has filled the Jiositions of county surveyor, probate judge, county superintendent of pub- liu :u"1 ,li'" kt '"i".v. He ,s a l"- number of canal '"'M-anus. I in. mr; resioes ai icmjie, anil is one of the "solid" nan of that sec j tiou. At the last election he was ! elected siijieivisor by a large vote. X;lc ,lrinei.!e barber shoos are own , , , ,, ed aud conducted by Yi llliam Sturn- iburg ani Henry Tijipett. Tlieir i location can be learned by consulting J our advertising columns. Phenix contains four bakeries. Ju. ; litis Bauerlin keeps the Pioneer on ' the northeast corner of the plaza. J units nas ueen in mis valley many years, and is a good citizen. J Hcinson keejis on Washington street, opposite the county recorder's ollice. where he has a large building, erected during the past year. He makes a good i.rticle, and in consequence cn- j joys a good trade. Sam Wing, heathen Chinee, is conijieling with his German neighbors, and holds ojiposite Thomson .V Thibodo's drug tt ire. Mrs. Gardiner keejis the Phenix hotel. She is very well known in this section of Arizona. She gives entire satisfaction to her patrons. This city is sujijilied with thiee meat markets. Two are owned by IJrawlcy, and the third by Otero & Blake. They all do a good business. They are obliging to their customers and keeji th-j very best meats procur able. Thomas Howe's furniture factorv is uueii. . ;c .-ilhrio, kept ropii-tivclv bv V,. II. Kothroik and Win. MelCenna. Mr. Hothiock has on hand a large as sortment of Arizona views, whi.-h make nice presents to Irieuds back home. Mrs. CYcka keeps a dress-making establishment cast of the store of Na than & Co. We recommend her to our lady readers, as an artist in her line of much merit. riieuix contains four first-class car penters men who uiider-ian.l their business, and who turn out as good a I IlillUO illH 11 t .41 IHim tit .'V. " I ; our 1 -t-rt i II column i,i jirxico. I. nice Iclreat ion nT I'ftKtrrn Slerenni'ln lo Vixit the City of ."Ucxico. Xkw Yor.K, December 21. T.et'ers 1'r.ini the City of Mexico of the Clh of Dec, st.ite Ihal extensive prejmlions arc being made for the reeej-iion of the Chicago delegation if merchants and others. Five committees have ; ta en apix-intcd to make arrangements : 11 . , . . land to contemplate lmjMisiug cere- . ' .. , ?. . monies ai era v ru. am: me iii- umphal march to the cajiital. After which a grand round of entertain ments has been jircjvirc 1 in the City of Mexico by the government olli cials. coiisisling of feasts, concerts, visiting notable places, etc. A delegation from I'liiladeljihia will join the party of New York busi ness men, who were to leave for Mex ico on the 2ih lilt. On the -l.h of I January the Chicago party wiil start. Each member of the excursion parti will take wilh him samjilcs of the ar ticles whose sale or manufacture lie reresents, and arrangements have been made by which these si'nijdcs will be admitted into Mexico free of duly. i; i:oi.rTh is. A revolution is going on in Guada lajara caused by the levying of an onerous lax. Several citizens have been killed in the streets and niim- o- ,, ...i cr.tiemcn imjuis- i i UAII.WAY MATTr.llS. Il is rejvirted on good authority that triplications of Americans before con. grcss for railway concessions wiil be ri.fils,.,l aml arranireiiu-nts made with , I Engli.-h bondholders by which, in re turn for recognition of their bonds, ,ilt.y w;u lJIUi, rlakc ll.c construction of their inter-occanie railway. LATEST TK.I.F4. H V1SS. TII.'li:X TO UK KXAMISKD. Nkw Yokk, December 27. A d:v : natch from Washington says that a:uuel j. lililen will lie one ot the first witnesses called before the Potter committee when the house instructs it to investigate the cipher dispatches. STKAMSHII' 1HSASTKU. A London cable disjiatch says the iningo, foundered at sea two days out from New York. What became of the passengers, ollicers and crew is not known. Two seamen jiicked uji believe that all the others on board the steamer have been drowned. MKSSKXOKII niililU.ll. The messenger of the Imjiorters' and Traders' Bank was robbed, while '"n his way to the clearing-house, of a package containing 2 H),000. SEW STEAMSHIP LINE. It is rciortcd that Mr. Yandcrbilt is about starling a line of eight steam shijis, connecting with the New York Central Bailroad, to be called the 'Unicorn line," the first departing January K!tU. They will run to Li v. erjiool. Havre, Hamburg and Ant werp, carrying grain, cattle, fresh beef and jiroduee, but no passengers. I making the triji in fourteen days. The steamers have been heretofore running to Mediteraneau jiorts. XOKTilEUX l'ACIKIC ItAIl.KllAn. Il is rnmore.l that a contract has been made to grade and lay steel track of 100 miles for the Northern Pacific railroad at .'!),000 jicr mile, THE Kl.KCTKlX OUTKAOES. Washington, December 2. The trial of democrats indicted in South Carolina for violating the federal elec tion law, and for interfering with fed eral ollicials while in the perform ance, of their duties, will not take place until some time in February. SOITIIKHX ELECTION lTtAtTIS. The jircsident to-day said he was giving no attention to the collection of official rejiorts showing intimida tion and fraud in the recent elections in the southern states for the use of the Teller committee, as he had learn ed that the committee formally refus ed t i call ujion him for such informa tion. Tiik suit against the irovcrnment brought by the heirs of Stejihen A. Douglas, for certain cotton c:ijliired by the United States government in Mississijipi during the war, and sold as abandoned projierly, was settled finally in the court of claims, at Wash ington, a few days ago, by a judg lucnl iu favor of the claimants. COLDMAX & C O. GOLDMAN & GO. Wholesale and Retail Deal cis iu GENERAL MERCHANDISE ! AND VIIOLEALE DEALERS ! Have received tins week and are now offering to tlic trade : Staple and Fancy Grocer ies, Pry Goods anil Fancy Goods, Clothing, Hats and Fur nishing Goods, Boots and Shoes, Crockery, Glass, Tin and Hardware, Ammunition, Etc,, Etc. A liberal discount to ho tels, restaurants and sta tion keepers. Owing to a canslant increase in our saloon trade, we shall lroui now on otTer our large stock of Whiskies, Brandies, Cordials, Cigars ! At Sax Francisco Prices! Samples sent to the country on ap plication. GOLDMAN & CO. MISCELLANEOUS. if. L. PERALTA, Wholesale and General Merchandise. To make Itoom for the rooiIs on the SELLING A I bar fncilitiri fur pnrcln?lng vrytliinf In my lice at the lorest market msi-kef lric, I can aafrly :iy that no hmitt in the Toirit.iry ran alT'int to aell goods at the LOW rateg of fenMi. .My im.iio is; Quick Sales And the Trauuter, the Miner and all others. C.'ine Flour and grain delivered to any jioin added. Orders solicited READ. READ. READ 'lew Attractions Ths onilenoiriiod already well known in th Terri tory nJ iu this Ttciuity b"j leave lo a i cennce tit the public vf Pheuix and summml rg country that they kav opened at Pheuix a tor n ithatck of GENERAL MERCHANDISE. General Supplies for Farm ers and Miners. Crr eoRortment it romplt-tff in all it branch en Ccr fur littrx fr buying are miperinr to ever - ccuy ie, tvuicu miivuabie iu to Undersell all Others. And haTinar business oonnpptionii nt Preott &t well at at other point in the Territory where the product of the ronnlry nod a mar ket, we run and will flermure lor the same than any other buune. OUR STOCK CONSISTS OP Groccrie?, Ilardw. rc, Oils. ClotLiug Dry Good., Boots, Shocsy Farmers end Miners Implements, Liquors and Provision.?, Grain and Flour sacks, Quccnsware, Notious and wine, And all other goods pertaining te a well as ortf-1 stock of General irerchanclrse. Which we are determined to nell at prices to unit eniimr. either nt wholesale ir retail Give us a call before purchasing eUewhere. ASHER & ELLIS. fpThe National Gold Medal was awarded to Bradley & Rulofson. for tbe best I'boto sjtaphs in the United States, and tbe Vieuna Medal for the best !n 'he world. 4i MontKoniery Street. Sun Frareiiieo. TUB PARLOR SALOON". Opposite the rostofli.ee. Xcatcst Saloon in the Ter ritory. All kind of Itot and Cold Iriuk. The only place in town where yon can grt a g.HHl Miijr ut Tom and Jerry. One nnd AH are cordially invited to call and inveslifjiite our CHAMPAGNE COC KTAILS every morning. Kirif Ntiirir nnd Mittt Fun'h every day. Toiu and Jerrj every nielli. Ucnuinc Havana 1 Slim. MISCELLANEOUS. tore Retail Dealer In way, lam LOWER I Hi an any Ktcrc in Town. Small Profits. I can furnish the Farmer and see and satisfy yourselves. in the Territory at C ist with frei'-hl M. L. l'EHALTA. li'-'Ott' CALIFORNIA Va r i e STORE ! 31. EU1VARUS, - Proprietor. Having arrived from Los Ang-elef with a large aud well selected block of GENERAL Merchandise ! Taks p.easnre In annonncinir the One ml Public that he has on hand aud is Constantly receiving large quantities of PROVISIONS AND FAMILY GROCERIES. Which are offered at prices that defy competi tion. llavinp had over twenty-tiro year experi ence in tbe bueineu it has enabled me to ae lert only tne choicest Kxxtff. (live me a call aud see fur yourselves. In the old Store next to the I'll mix Flour mill, formerly or rupied by Arther A I llin. H. Morgan & Go. Washington St., Thoonix, AND Jorga's Station on the Gila Kive Iuiporki and I)calcrs in Groceries and Clothing, Dry Goods, Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, &c. At prices to suit the times NEW DRUG STORE. JUST OPENED. On Washington Street, one door west e Montezuma, adjoining Magoolia Saloon. navin purchased tbe Entire Stock of Medi cines ot K. Irvine St Co., and with New Goods jmt arrived and on tin way from San Francis co, and warranted FKFSII and GENUINE, I am prepared to give Satisfaction in all eases. Physician's Pkesckiitioxs Carefully Compounded. A share of tlie Pnlronairo of Tlie. nix ami vicinity is solicitoil. Pk. conyers, 1'r.orr.iETOR. Uilf MISCELLANEOUS. emoval ! J. Samter's CHEAP CASH STORE. Removed to the Walters Rundinjr on Mooters ma Street, next dor to L l'riutiug Otlic. Grand Display for Christmas. The Attention f the Pablie U called to my well selected stock of DRV GOODS. CLOTHIXG, BOOTS & SHOES, GROCERIES, LIQUORS Dd TROVISIOSS WIn'cli I pmpose to sell on the Live mnd Tt Lire principle. A word ,o the w:ee is Snffi cient. JI I.U S KAMTKK. MonTPTiima Street one door above the UKS AM Ollice. HAVE OrEXED OX Washington street, west of Gardiner's hotel, A la-p;e and splendid stock f General MERCHANDISE. Which they offer to onr citizens at the lowest pos sible prices. Every one is respectful ly invited to call and exam ine our stock and prices. Geo. E. Loring, Dealer ia Domestic and Imported :o'. CIGARS, PLUG AND SMOKING TOBACCO'S, Of all the Leading hranch which I am sellifig at Easterk Prices. Pon't forget tlie Store with PostofSce n2Gtf Herrick & Lutgerding Are now receiViaf a toll assortment of Iron and Steel Together with a large Iof of t& oif NEW JERSEY TIMBER, And1 are prepared to dt I feisral bnsissa.- litf BLACKSMITIIIKG Shop at the old staad Frank of CosfroTo icent of Flour mill, where you can gt anything repaired. Horse and Mulo Sh oeins;, by th best YeUrt nariaa in the Territory. I 4i & CO. ty