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ERALD. VOL. 2. XO. 22. WHOLE XO. 50. PHENIX, MARICOPA COUXTY, A. T., SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1879. XEW SERIES XO. 2. The SALT RIVER HERALD. Pablinhrd every Saturday C05PER 4 McCUNTOCK - - Proprietors. RcBKiirnos Rate. One Copy one year - - - (Ml One Copy six mouths - - - 2 50 By earner, in Phenix, Vrr Month - 50 cent. AnvKKTisixa Rate. One inch, one insertion 00 F.sch Habaetiaent lnnertion 1 Oil rTolrMional canls, per quarter 4 00 Acrnt. RAX FRANXISCO Charles Y. Crane. OFFICIAL. DIRECTORY. tkrkitokial officer. Tlejrt toCougre Hiram S. Steven fimwrmov Jh C. Fremont 5 teretary Jbn J. Giwper A adit. E. I. Clark Tresuarer T.J. Bntler 8-jrreyur- General .... . .... John WaMun 6 ipreme Jtntge First DiAtriet. . Chief JosticeC. O. W. French Kf-iil District IForef Irter Third District. Charles .Silent. Clerk Supreme Court ........ Joepb Netif ass IT S. bistrwt Attraey ...E. H- INimrny V iite-1 States Marshal C. I'. lakV Collector Internal UTnne Thus. Cordis ReritT U. 8. l-and Office Preseott TT. N. Kelly Florence C. D. IV ten BeertTer U. S. Land Office Fltreaee... Levi Rnr?lr PYeseott Georre Loitnt PR0FESSI0XA L. J. B. DOUGLAS, Architect and Superintendent. Plan, specifications, and otima'es carefully prejnred. OStt with Dra. Sheets & Wharton, east ai4a of the Plaza. nil Sm DRS. WHARTON &. SHEETS, Fh)-Hirimn and Snr;Fona. Will attead professional calls at any hour f tha day or aijrfct. OAce first dojr east f tha Courthouse, tMienix. A. T O. II. p. Sheets. M. !.. late of Reno Nee. J. E. Wharton, M. D., I S. Medical F.xam f. ";t ' DR. B. L. CONYERS, Pnj-Kirlan and Nirsron. Late of Tisalia. Cal 1 OFFICE Washington, twodejrs from Mn tcrama sterst. Phenix. Arizona. JULIUS W. VAN SLYCK, Attorney and Counselor at La. MrMillenrille. Maricopa county, Arixna. Will prao'ice in a!l the Courts of the Terri tory. JOHN T. ALSAP, Attorney and Cooitselor at Law. Otbrm of the District Attorney, lbenix. Arizona. A. D. LEMON. Attsmrjr at Law. Off opposite Conrt IInse. on Washington etreet. Pht-nix. Prompt attention crrn to all biiM Qt ratted me in the Federal a ad County Coor s of the Territory. HOTAKY riltUC. WM. A. HANCOCK, A t j at Law. 14 Bniaess ia all Departments a Specialty. OFTim With the Iiistrict Attorney. JOHN L GREGG, M. D.t Phraiciaa. Sergeoa and Accaacaeur. Refereaees without p-rmssion: F. M. Coerill I" 8. Senator, Missouri. Col. Joha T. Crisp, Deal. Nominee for Congress, from Missouri. OFFICE Two miles sooth Hayden's Ferry Arirona. TSnJtf. PAUL WEBBER. attoraey aad Counselor at Law. PRESCOTT - - - AKIZOXA. BLAKE & CO., Asssyern. Gold Dust. Gold and Silrer Hnllioa an.1 Ores f arery dassriotitm malted and assayed. All aars sjoarinteed. Prices of ore nssar: Silrer aad (Sold. 3; Iad. $3, Copper, .v".SampIes aa ba seat by mail or esprass, and returns will ba promptly mail. OIBca. w th Wells. Fargo k. Co., Presmtt. 'OTatr pi Btjc. J. H. COX, Attarnrj- al Law. OrrtCK Two doors west of the County Re border's office. BUMSESS CARDS. Barber Shop. Shampooing, . - as cts Hair Cutting;, - . -50 cts Shaving, - - - 25 cts la rear of Cotton's BilLird Parlors IIEXRY TIITETT. " I'rojirirtor New Phenix Bakery J. HEIXSON, Proprietor. Washington street opposite tha Courthouse. Eight loaves of Dread, or Eicht llread Tics ets for One Dollar. Pies and Cakes ala-ays on hand. 14-tf Pioneer Bakery. Washington Stkeet, XarthiMt Corner of the Pbizn, H LOAVES OF BREAD FOR 1 DOLLAR Fruit Cakes and Pastry of all kind., for wed dins; parties, etc, reiarod to order. YS-n-Mf Jfl.US BAUERI.EX. PALACE SALOON JOIIX LABAKIt . . Proprietor Washington Street, Phaniz. "XOXE BUT THE BEST" Is the motto of this popular piacc. MISCELLAXEOCS. Phenix Hotel. WasLington Street, betwee. Maricopa anh Pima Streets. la Bds and well Veotilat ed Rooms; by 1 d .y ar night. Best of Accommodations for Families. A shower bath has lately been cnimectetl with the Hotel for the cooTenienee -f guests and the public generally. I. J. Q ARDINF.R. Proprietor. Ki-tf Y0UXG AMERICA Hotel and Restaurant, UILLETT AKIZOXA. Board by tlie tlay or week fiillett in the location of the mill of the Tipton Mining Company. Persons vis tins: tins live nvninir camp will find the Young; America Ho tel and Kes'anrnnt the cheapest and best p arc te put up at. Terms reasonable. 2 SINtil.H ANDERSON, Props. VILLKTT LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES. Mann Jk. t'lsark Frt This Pioneer Stable of nillett has at all rimes bay and train and all the accommodations tor txstrdinx horses. Horses on hand at all times t ct and for sale. aitf LEE SIXG'S XEW BAKERY Establishment. Xicc Ties ami Cakes. Between the Ameriean Hotel ane Moniho l.iverr Sfrtble. Meat Market. Opposition and Competition. On Montezuma street, opposite the II-raU uAW and across the strrrt fnno our for mer IvraTioa where we are pffpared to fur nish the citizens ttt Fbenix with the very brst BEEF, VEAL, MUTTON, POUK, ETC. That can be obtained. OTF.RO Si BLAKE. Barber Shop. I hare opened ft? the present, a new HARDER x SHOP in the rear td the Manoll-i aloon entrance ua MONTEZl'MA STREET. By strict attention to business, I hope to war rant a fair share et jour patronage. WM. STfRNBCRO. Late of San Francisco. TIN SHOP. On Mnntezama Strtft one Moek north of the 1'riutiog O flic The ant.erimi-d having ieirrd a full line f ma-e iU nete-tfary f-r th s section, resp-ct-fully infairm the imhlic tliat he now has on hand a full ass -irtment of LARD CAN'S, STfH E riPE, Gl'TTERS, WATER SPOUTS, As I am reeeiring; regular shipmt'nts we an altray prepHred to fill ordTn in our line tr deis promptly filled and satisfaction ruaranteed -Special Attention friren to r-Tirinjr ard Jnb- TEXAS PACIFIC KAILHtiAD. NOTICE. I". S. I.AI Ht'VlCE. Flukknc t, Jube lr, Itne. J HAVll BEEN AVTIIORIZED BY THE TEXAS PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. To say, th nt or cn pa ts of lands rear-rred to satd Company, by Act of Conrress. who Ale applications, can Lave the option of pnrchase at dnbl minimum price lor a s'ated time after the title is complete. W'M CuviiLta D. POSTOX. $2 Sent to Our Office Semi-Weekly Herald. - SIX MONTHS. Sent to an part of the A K PI.lvX 111 I HOI.I DAY PltKSEXT TOSEXD TO VOI R Fit I KMIS. jriSCELLAXEOUS. FURNITURE FACTURY. South side of the Plaza. EASTERN MADE CHAIRS CONSTANT- I V OX II AND. I'HEXIX, AKIZOXA. Tlios. Howe, Proprietor. P hotographs. THE I NDEU lilNT.D CAI.I-S THE AT tenti.n of the pablU- to the tact tliat he is pre psrril to exctlte all work in his line in first class styla. Also constantly on band a fine as sortmrnt of views of ARIZONA SCENERY Stereoseopic and Px 10 size. CnMtine In part of Qurernment Ptwt, Aztec Ruins, Indians Cactus and other Chnrncteristle Scenery. At 1'idk "s Dazar, Washinttin st.. l'lienix ft . II. RttTHROCK. PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY. The nndersiened would respectfully call at irai.00 ui inr pnonc hi oib Ars t.anery, wnere he is prefttired to execute all work in his line. CARD PICTURES JS Per Doi. CABINET PICtURES f 10 Per Dot. The beautiful Sun Pearl and "Watch Dial pictures are special lies. AVm. McKenna. Artist. DRESS MAKINCr Millinery Establishmnet. The nndersirned respertfiilly annonnces to the teip'e of Phenix and vicinity that she is prepared to execute all wrk in the Litest fash ion, and will guarantee perfect satisfaction with all work done. Also silk embroidery in merino, flannel, etc. Plninsewinjr of all kinds done in good style. Charges to Correspond with the Times. " Slits. Ooake. WashlnirtoD .Street, east of Woolsey &, Wentwurtli's new hall. B5tf LADIES Hair Dressing ESTABLISHMENT. IX STYLES OF LADIES HAIR DRESS ins: skillfully execuned. CURLS SWITCHES RUPEES, Etc I on urac tared and Itcpalrnl. -1 LA MODE Mn. William Sturcnburg, (Late of San Franeisco.) Rooms Washington street opposite Moni ihon Livers Sublo. T. C. Depew. J. T. Walsh w.uhh .t nr.PF.iv, Carper.ters and Builders. Store and Offlrr Fit Una; Prompt- Shop is in lbs niM!ngeastof Carlos Penuzo block- 50 and we will send the FCR - United States postage paid. Mist 'E I. r.AXEOLS. Dentistry p ei:vthixo in- the .novn mn-k executed in a mauner highly satistac I tiry. I FINE PLATE WORK FILLING TEETH. Satisfaction sriamnteed. Terms rt'asonabK. CtMice in the tianliuer House. I.. II. iVOODRH'ir. Gunsmith and Locksmith, PHEXIX ARIZONA. Smlnr 3Iarhlitr Rrpalrrd. Spit inl tittcntion rivpn to openini; and rt'pairiii": sjil't-s. pvt-n wlu-n tlie - mil i na tion is lost. Satisfat-tinn oiiarantcctl. Ojders liv mail will nwivc Sptt-inl attention. orshop oppoite the Horahl oflice. T. W. Parker. HARNESS & SADDLERY AVISO OPENED A SHOP FOR THE maunfaeture of Hnrness and Sarl.llery. I am prejmred to execute all work ia tha tiiud in a FIRST- CLASS MANNER. Farmers and stock men will find It to their in terest to bestow their patronage upon me, as none hut first class wurk is tnrned out at my estahlshment. Directly opposite the HF.R.W.n oflice. n! EDWARD O'CONNOR, T. OLSON, WaMliington Hired, an joining- the Mtore of 31. Ij. 1'eralta. Boot and Shoe Maker. Fashionable Boots and Shws. Of the bes uialeriul, mad to order in elegant stvle. PERFECT FITS GUARANTEED. tT I rice my entire attention to custom made work, and 1 huve eery facility forcivine entire satisfaction. SEND IN YOUR ORDERS. GUSTAY KAUCIIER, 31 A XIFACTIRI X i JEWELER. All kinds of .Vvcry made and re ropairi-Il. Montrznm.-i street one block north of the IIkiiai.I) olliee. THE BALDWIN. -the- Leading Hotel ! OF SAN FRANCISCO. And the most elctmntlr appointed hotel in the world, over SI..VSMKK) hnvins; been expended by Mr . Baldwin in its constrtirtion and furnish ins;. Headquarters Army and Navy. Special Accomniadations for Families and" larce I'.ir- ties. Prices the same as at other first-class ho tels. 1 to $5 per day. Special eoutracU will be made for permanent bonrners. The hotel eoarhesand earriefres in waitina at all boats and railway depots. Rooms can be reserrea ueiore arrival nv teleprnpli. JOHN A. HICK, I.-ssee. Formerly pn'piietor o(ue Crand 1'ucifio. Chi cafv. B1J E. 1IIVIXE if- CO. MONEY SAVED IS Money Earned. ME ARK Selling off Cheap i To make room for XEW GOODS now coming in. Call around and see what wc have. Variety Store Tienda Barata. E. IRVINE & GO. SALT RIVER HERALD. HEMI-W KEK l". V KiuTIOvT- Matnrtlay January II. 1S71. FROM FI,ORK( K. A General Hiiiiiuinry of w. tutor in that institution. His politi. Correspondence of the Heuald. cal career began at 23, when he was Fl.oitK.NCK, January , 187!). elected to the Massachusetts legisla- A special term of the district court sl,rvinS several terms in the as. was held at Florence. December 00, i scmuIJ' l senate. Mr. Cushing's Chief Justice French presiding, to I first i,nl" tont service to the United cousidcrthe quo tramntto pntceedings i 8'ates ervernment was in 1814, when of Gaines vs. Kuggles, in the contest- I hc visi,01 t1lin!l M American corn ed election for the treasurship. His j m,ssloncr. ilnJ negotiated the first honor after hearing the case dismiss. treilt "iU'e bctwel, empire and ed it, first for technical reasons and j tI,ls coun,r.v- In 1817 "e was a con also on the ground that it was a case ! flicuous adv ocate of a war with Mex involving federal questions, and there- j lco' aml wll'l'P a regiment at his fore without jurisdiction or the terri iovvn exI,(1,s" IJt;inS appointed its torial courts. This gives the treasur-! colontI. Ilc served under Gen. Taylor. hip to L. P. Kugsles. j aml Wil!3 slluscq"fntly promoted to Prof. L. IJ. Caidwell, of the Isabella 1 !',c rilnk. of l'?gaiicr.geiieral. While Mining companv, and Col. Win. B. ' in Mcx'co hc Wi,s defeated as demo Scott, of the General Lee mine ofjcra,ic c:,ndit,atc for governor of Mass Globe district, left for the cast on a cI' usctls- In 1852 lie became a jus Wwlnesday. ticc of tlic supreme court of Massa- Mr. Geo." Tvng, the genial editor of i c,l"sctu. antl "c following year he the Yuma Sentinel, payed a flying 1 was al'l'o'mtcd United States attorney visit to Florence on Sunday, hain : general, which position he held for returned from an extended triu to Southern Arizona Mr. K. F. St Straine.of the U. S si-nal ias been stationed in Flor - corps, who h ence for some months past, left for Boston, Mass., on Wednesday, for duly 1 l,u,IIltu Hnc ol u'c utrce eminent law at the meteorological station in that ! ycrs who rcvisel statutes of the city. While in Arizona, Mr. Strainc I L"Ucd ?tates- 11,3 services at the has carried on an extensive corres-1 G(-"Deva conference arc still fresh in pondence not only with the local pa-1 tlle l,ul,lic mintl- IIis last public pcrs of the territory, but also with the San Francisco and eastern press, and was the accredited agent for the New- York Mining Reevrd. Mr. Strainc carries with him the best wishes of his many friends, with hopes for his speedy return to the territary. Mr. T. T. Moore, of Washington, has lakcu Mr. Strainc' place at the United States military telegraph of fice in Florence. TKHHITORIAL. ITEM'S. Threc new towns have been laid off in the Tombstone district. Tucson Citizen: Ex-Gov. SafTord returned from Yuma Wednesday eve- ning. The machinery lor the new Tombstone mill is all in Arizona, but there were not wagons enough at the railroad to reload it all. This diffi culty will soon be overcome, and the entire mill will again le moving to ward Tucson by the 10th of this month. This is the mill that is to test the virtues of the Tombstone mines. A new and highly important devel opment is officially reported by Sup erintendent Williams in the San Xavier property, Arizona. In sink ing a new working shaft known as the Union shaft, on the line between the San Xavier anil the Calabr.sses, Mr. AVilliams expected to find the ledge at a depth of 100 feet, but much to his surprise hc got it at 20 feet and it came in with a richness that fairly startled him. The very lowest assay was $163, and the highest $S30. The ledge is dearly defined, between gran ite walls with clay casings, and at the I dale of Mr. William's letter the shaft was still in it. The San Xavier peo ple are much elated with their find, which they think establishes beyond a doubt the immense value of their properly. San Francisco rt: Governor Fre mont is winning gulden opinions from the people of Arizona. His activity since assuming his duties has been very remarkable. Bcsid-s gaining investigation, combined with his pre vious extensive knowledge obtained o, .... c.M...,.c., u.c means m torwuru- ; ing a valuable report for the Interior department on the character and - one on theSanta FVj AtGhiwn Md To sources of the territory, the Pathfind-1 peka am, ,hc g,,, Pa cr has made a number of journeys, j ci(ic raiIroaj. The gap will soon be visiting and examining the condition i ..ii , .i . of various Indian tribes, with a vicw of learning their wants and how best to insure peace between thein and the whites. Considering General Frc- iiitnu s "Jie, u is activity iiuu ihih ers ? ' J 1 . of endurance arc remarkable. They are not exceeded by the display of such qualities made in his earlier manhood. We learn that the general will soon make an extended trip to the Gila valley and south thereof as far as the Sonora frontier. It is a fortunate thing for Arizona to have as governor a man of the great reputation, energy and ability of John C. Fremont. An old gentleman of eighty-four, and his bride, aged eighty-two, enter-1 ed a railway car the other day a;d took a seat by the stove. A youth, occupying the seat behind, sa-s hc overheard the following: Old gentle man to his bride " Who's a little lamb V" Bride" Bofe of us." Times arc very dull iu Southern Mohave. Death r Caleb C nsthlns. Caleb Cushing died last Thurstlar, the 2d inst., at the age of 79. He was one of the most notable men of tho republic. In his death the govern-uu-nt loses one of its staunchest pil lars. He was a graduate of Harvard and at the early age of 19 became a 1 u,ur ycars- ln Alrll lmo he was ! four president of tile democratic national ' c"nvontion at Charleston, but during ! tho civiI war gave the union party his j cal;aest support. In 18GC ho was ap- 1 l'ft was tIlat of minister to Spain in 1873. Female Free Masons. Says the Charlotte (N. C.) Obsertor: Kecently this paper, after referring to the fact that the Hon. Mrs. Aldworth is supposed to be the only female Free Mason in the world, divulged the fact that Mrs. B. B. Babington, who was st one time a resident of this State, was also a member of the ancient and honorable order. The Obcrcor' arti cle has brought out the Shelby Auro- ra to the front, and in its Issue of res terday, the editor, Mr. J. B. Babington,' ! wr"es as follows: "Inasmuch as the j la(1-v referred to in the above article is "ur """'cr, we ueein it, our auty to republish it and make the necessary corrections. The story is correct with the exception of places and ages. The lady's father was a native of New York, and moved to Greenup county, Kentucky, where our mother was born J and raised. The place where she was made a Mason was in an unfinished church room. She secreted herself under the pulpit, going in at an en trance from the side, and was eventu ally discovered while leaving her hiding-place after tlie lodge had adjourn- i ed. She was about 13 years old when she was made a Mason, and our fath er did not join the order for nearly ly twenty years after they were mar ried. We do not belong to the order, but wc have it from men who do that she is brighter in Masonry than a large number of men who have pass ed to the third degree. Our mother is still living, and is now in Boyd county, Kentucky, a few miles from where she was first initiated into the i mysteries of that ancient order of Masons." A private letter from a gentleman in Arizona says: " I have examined this country with great care and find undoubted evidence of a prospjrous future. Arizona is to-day, in embryo, the great mining empire of the Paci fic. I cannot, detail in a letter the j mines that produce their millions, but i they are man. The railroads are cmn-.n frnm .,. ,, ., TIl,. ,. nf u . ,,', ,,. commercial city with which wc shall have direct dealings. Arizona will score $0,000,000 in bullion, as its pro duct for 1878. I have secured one of ,t. i .... - . i tlie best mines in this rnnntrr and shall put it on the market in St. Louis. The mine is owned here, is thoroughly developed, has 500 tons of ore on its dump that will mill f 120 per ton. It is thoroughly opened by shafts and levels driven all in one, and shows over 3,000 tons. Idaho Amhinrhe. Burlington llmrlreir: Brethren, be fore we sing the next verse of "John Brown's body lies all mouldy in the grave." let us take a look into the grave and see that it is there. In these days of Ohio medical colleges a cemetery isn't no safer than a savings bank, and it may be that political glee clubs, who have been singing the song quoted above, have been chanting a rhythmic lie for the past I fifteen rears,.