VOL. 2. XO. 22. WHOLE XO. 51.
PIIEXIX, MARICOPA COUNTY, A. T., "WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1879.
NEW SERIES XO. 3.
SALT RIVER HERALD.
Pnblixhed every Saturday
GOSPER & M:CUNTOCX - - Proprietors.
One Copy one year ---$ J'
One Copy six nionthn - - - -By
carrier, in I'hentx, Per Mouth - 50 cent.
One inch, one insertion.. $- OH
Kach S;ilwciueut iiiBertiou 1
Profewiiunai cards, per quarter 4 00
SAN FRAXCISCO uhnrle V. Crane.
OFFICIAL IMKKC TOItV.
Ple)rat to Congress ...Hiram S. SteVer.n
Oure rnor. . .John C. Fremont
8 crtry John J. Gtwper
Auditor E. P. Clark
Treasurer .- T. J. Butler
Surrey or General ......... .... ..John Wtvftuis
S i pre me J mitres
First District. . Chief JosticeC. O. W.Freneh
Second District ItFrest P.rter
Third District Charles Silent.
Clerk Supremo Court Juwph Neuea
U 8. District Attorney E. 11. IVmniy
1 lited. S lutes Marlial C. 1. Dukr
.Cullrctur Internal Revenue Thos. Cordis
Kerister U. 3. J-aod Uffioe
Ptwott TV. X. Kelly
Florence ..C D. Posteu
BeeeiTer U. S. Land OHice
Florence..... .T,evi Bnceles
Freeott Geirjfe Lount
J. B. DOUGLAS,
Architect and Superintendent.
Flana, specifications, and estimates carefully
Office with Drs. Sheets &. Wharton, east
id of the Plaza. nl5 2m
DRS. WHARTON & SHEETS,
Ph)HirianM nnd SareonM.
Will attend professional calls at any hour
of tbe day or night. Office first dour east
ut the Conrthonse, Phenix. A. T.
O. If. P. Sheets. M. D.. late of Rsno N'er.
J. E. Wharton, M. D., LT. S. Medical Kxam
Ber. ' M-tt
DR. B. L CONYERS,
PhyMrian and Sirsron.
Late of Visalia. Cal
OFFICE Wahict..n. two d.jri from Moo
tMumi itrrel. Phenix, Ariz'iua.
JULIUS W. VAN SLYCK,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
McMilleuTill. Maricfpm county, Arizona.
Will prae'ice in a'l the courts of the Terri
tory. JOHN T.ALSAP,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Ofm-e. of the District Attorney, Phenix.
A. D. LEMON,
Attorney at Lan.
Offl opptasite Coart HiKise. on Wash ins; ton
etreet. Pbva'.x. Prompt atteatia ( tq to
all bttsta-M eatnttted mw in the Federal and
I'ooaty Cours of the Territory.
rBlBATC JI W.E. DOTAIIT riULK'.
WM. A. HANCOCK,
Altoraf)' at I-n w.
Land Business in all Departments a Specialty.
Om-With the District Attorney.
JOHN L GREGG, M. D.t
Physician. Surgeon and Accoucheur.
References without p -rmrMion: F. M. Cortl!
V 8. Senator, Mi won ri. Col. John T, Criup,
Iem. Nominee ftr Congress, from Missouri.
OFFICE Two miles south Ilavden's Ferry
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
TRESCOTT - - ARIZONA.
BLAKE & CO.,
Cold Dnst. Gold and Silver Bullion and Ores
of every description melted ami assayed- All
sways g-uarialeed. Prices of ore a.Hr: Silver
and Gold, $3; Lead. $3 Conner, A..Samples
can bo sent by mail or -express, and returns
will bo promptly made.
Office, w;th Wells. Fanro Sc. To.. Preseott
J. H. COX,
Attorney at Law.
Office Two doors nt of the County Re
lll'S IX ESS C A IUS.
2 5 cts
- 50 cts
la rear ot Cotton's Billard Parlors
New Phenix Bakery
J. rjElXSOX, Proprietor.
Washington street opposits the Courthouse.
Eight loaTesof Breiul. orKiarht Bread Tick
et for One LMUr.
Pies and Cat es al srars on hand.
Northentt Corner of the Plnzi,
H LOAVES OF BREAD FOR 1 DOLLAR
Fruit Cake, anil Pastry of all kind, for wed
dinf parties, etc, prepai ed to order.
Ti-nJ-T Jl'I.irS BAVERLEX.
JOIIX LABARR . . Prophietor
Washington Street, Phenix.
"XOXE BUT THE BEST"
Is the motto of this popular place.
Was!. in on Street, between Maricopa anl.
lea ' Beds and well Yentilnt ed Rooms, by
I d T er night.
Best of Accommodations tor Families.
A shower bath has lately been connected
with tbe Hotel for the convenience rf
guests and the public generally.
I. J. GARDINER. Proprietor. K-tf
Kots! and Resaurant.
Board by the tlav or week
riillptt in the legation of llirnilll of the Tiptop
Mining Colnpmiy. IVrsufis vi tinir tin lire
in:uii!r intuit trill fird the Yiunir America Ho-
tl and Kr atimnt the eheii)t aud butt p uce
te put up at. Terms re a 'liable.
2 SIXCLS 4c ANDERSON, Props.
LIVERY,- FEET) AND SALE
3fann & ( nark
This Pioneer Stab's of Ci'.l.tt has at all
times hay and jreinand a!l the accommodations
tr bimiding horses.
Hones on hand at all times t et and fur sale.
Nice Pies and Cakes.
Between the American llnt.l ane Monihon's
Opposition and Competition.
On Monteznma street, opposite the Herald
office and aTov the street from our lor-
mer itM-ation where we are prepared to fur
nish the citizens of Phenix with tbe very best
That can be obtained.
OTKRO a llIiAKi
I havopenel fur the present, a new BARRER
By strict atten'ina te business, I hope to war
rani a tuir snare i out patronage
Late of San Francisco.
On Montezuma Street one block north of the
The underpinned ha vine received a full line
r ma'e taU neresnrv f--r th section. resiect-
fully inform the public that he now has on hand
a lull as .rtuient of
LARD CANS, STOVE PIPE,
GUTTERS, WATER SPOUTS,
As I am receiving regular shipments we are
alwavs prepared to nil orders tu our line Or
ders promptly filled atid satisfaction guaranteed
i special Attention given t reunn una job-
im!T- ti . s-fueirn.
TEXAS PACIFIC KAILHOAD.
V. .1. Land Orm r..
Flui.im k, Ju-e li, lili.
I HAVE BEEN AUTHOr.IZED BY THE
TEXAS PACIFIC RAILROAD
To say, that occupants of lands
reserved to said Com nan v. tv Act of Congress.
who Ale appliCHtiors. ran have the option ot
pure unite i a'nni minimcm price lor a s'ated
ume aner i&e title u cinnpiete.
l'J-tf CUAULtfl D. POSTOX
Sent to Our Office
Sent to any part of the United States postage paiJ.
A )iI"I.KXIII IIOMDAY I'ltKSF.XT TOSKXDTO VOI R f ItIF.lH.
South side of the Plaza.
EASTEllN .MADE CHAIUS COXSTAXT-
I.Y ON 11A.NL).
Thos. Howe, Proprietor.
THE tXDERcKSXED CALLS THE AT
tention of the public to the (act that he Is pre-
pared to execute all work in bts line in Cnt
class style. Also constaatly on hand a fine as
sortment of views of
Stereoscopic and. PxIO size, eontist.njj in part
of Government Posts, Ax!ec Uuias, Indians
ttriu, anil omrr viiwrai-iertsiic arenery. j
At Loriog's Raxar, Washington sU. Phenix
nti O. H. 1EOT1IKOCK.
The ondersifrned would respectfully call at
tention of the pnblie to his New GMiery, where
he is prepaired to execute all work in his line.
CARD PICTURES $6 Per Ooz.
CABINET PICtURES $10 Per Dot.
The beautiful Sun Pearl
and "Watch Dial pictures
m. McKenxa, Artist.
The undersigned respeetfullv announces to
the eop'e of Phenix and vicinity that she is
prejutred to execute all w-rk in the latest fash
ion, and will gMiarnntee perfect satisfaction with
all work done. Ass.lk embn.iiiery in merino.
nannei, etc. 1 laiu sewing of all kt&ds done in
Charges to Correspond with the Times.
Waslilnroa Street, east of Woolsey A
Weutworth's new hall. n.'iif
A LT. STYLES OF LADIES IIAIU DRESS-
ins: skillfully execuLed.
3Ionufactnred and Repaired.
A LA MODE
Mrs. William Sturenburg.
(Late of San Francisco.)
Romta Va!)hiDgu.'n street opposite Moni
ihn Livers Stable.
T. C. Depew.
J. T. Walsh
WALSH A DKPEW.
Carpenters and Builders
Store and Office Fitting Prompt
Shop it la the building east of Cjrlos Perazzo
and we will send the
pVEUYTHIXr. IN THE ABOVE MXE
J executed in a mauiaar hictily sntistuc-
I FINE PLATE WORK
Ratisfact'on guaranteed. Terras reasonable.
Office in the (iardiner House.
i,. ii . ;ooini( ir.
Gunsmith and Locksmith .
Sew Ins Mnrlilne? ltepnlretl.
Spcchtl attonlion iven to oprnin,!;
mul n-puirinir siit'os. rvi-n
wlicii tlie ciiiiiliina.
timi is lost.
Satisfaction naniiitcc-d. Ojdors by
mail will receive Special atlenlioii.
orsliop opposite the lleralil ofiice.
T. W. 1'ATtKKi:.
HARNESS & SADDLERY
HAVIXO OPENED A SHOP FOR THE
mannf:icture of Hurnpu and SadAlery, I am
prepared to execute all work in tba tiiud in a
FIRST- CLASS MANNER.
Farmer and stock men will find It to their in
terest to bestow their patronntre upon me, as
none but first class work is tnrned. out at my
Directly opposite the Hkkai.p office.
n9 EDWARD O'CONNOR.
M'aMltlnsiton Htrect. anjolnlns the
Htore of -tl. L. 1'cralta.
Boct and Shoe Maker.
Kahionable Boots and Shoes. Of the bes
material, made to order in elegant style.
TEItFECT FITS GUARANTEED.
t& I Kr "v entire attention to custom
made work, and 1 have every facility forgiving
SEND IN YOl lt ORDERS.
GUST AY KAUCIIER,
3IAM FACTI ItlXti
All kinds of .Tcwery mailc rind rc
Montezuma stroct one block north
of the 1Ikuai.i ollice.
Leading Hotel I
OP SAN FRANCISCO.
And the most eletrantly appointed hotel In the
world, over Sl.frUO.CXj huvintr been ex i vended
by Mr. Baldwin in its ennstructitn aid furnish
i(f. Hentlqunrers Army and Navy. Serial
Accommniiaitotis mt rainilxs an.t larjre I'.tr-ties-
Prices the vnme as at other first-class ho
tels. $:i to $." per day. Special contracts will
be made for permanent toaraers.
The hotel coaches and ciirrie in waiting at
all boats and railway depots. R Mms can be
reserved before arrival hv teleirrnph.
JOIIX A. KICK, r,rsee.
Formerly proprietor of the Grand Pacific, Chi
Express and Delivery
JJAVISO A WACOX BVII.T EXPRESSLY
for the torpose I am prepared to do anything
' in the nltove line.
Furniture moving s specialty.
OrJers lft on the slate at the Magnolia sa
loon will receive prtirup atteutioo.
J. W. M AIIKI.F.Y.
Lu nch Room
Ol'KX ALL MtiHT.
C 1IK KF.X.
alUOOJ ljou ni
Johhinir of all kinds protrptly attended to and
ami on tue most
HE AS ON A TILE TERMS.
Contract work a specialty. Estimates furnish,
ed on application.
Workshop in the rear of the siora of A. Gold
XV. It. MORRIS.
Jobbing of All Kind Promptly
Location of Workshop opposite the
11 Kit A Ll Urace.
J. II. Cummins-
IS DELIVERED BY THE UNDERSIGNED
to customers in J'hrmx ami vicinity daily
llnvine; a Inrfre dmry three miles north of toirn
1 can luinisu
Milk Fresher ami Sweeter
Than enn be ilnne by keeping; jour own cow.
(ilvs me a trial'
Orders left at the Postoffice Will Receive
"Wasliing & Ironing Chc:ip.
POLISHING SEATLY DONE.
Corner Adams nnd ronteriinia sts.,
one-liiilf block north of the IIekald
M1LEY 4k. SOV.
Prlees very Reanonable. ta.tisfae
Orders thronarh the Postoflics or at the IlF.rt
AI.1) Office will reeeiee prompt nttention.
JI. il. LIXVIbLE,
Real Estate and Collection
Oflice, and Auctioneer.
Office with Probate Judge.
The Public are informed that I have
opened a real estate oflice, wheic any
information regarding properly in
'heix and Halt Uiver valley will be
furnished. Letters promptly answered.
Abstract of 1 illes furnished.
Collections of all kinds undertaken
and returns praomptly made.
Auction sales in any portion of the
E. II! VINE CO.
To make room for NEW
GOODS now coming in.
Call around and see what
E. IRVINE & GO,
SALT RIVER HERALD.
SK5II WEKKLY LDITIOX.
IVedneHday January IS. 170.
Return of Secretary Gosper.
8:13-3 the Preseott Miner: Hon. J. J.
Gosper returned on Friday night last
from his extended trip to Nebraska,
Illinois, Xew York, AVashington, etc.
The secretary during his trip has done
much towards promoting the interests
of the territory, urging the postofflee
department to give us increased and
better mail facilities. Our mines have
been described to Chicago and New
York capitalists in their true light,
and many moneyed men have become
interested in our treasures, and have '
;lecided to invest their spare dimes in
mining and milling Arizona ores
Railroad corporations have interview
ed th? secretary as to our trade, out
lets, etc., and have become very much
interested in securing the carrying
trade of our territory, which must
soon of necessity surpass all other
states or territories in the west or on
the Pacific coast The Texas Pacific
will in the spring direct its course
westward, aud probably connect with
the Southern Pacific people at El
Paso, on the Rio Grande. While the
Texas Pacific and the Southern Paci
fic railroad people are busy with their
respective works, the Atchison, Tope
ka and Santa Fe company will not
rest on their oars by any means, but
will be pushing their road towards
the open doors of our inviting min
eral, agricultural and pastoral fields.
Again, the Utah Southern road i3
slowly but surely progressing south
ward, and with the coming spring
may shoot forward with the rapidity
of the magnetic stroke, tap and cross
our territory, and water the iron horse
at the fountains of the ocean at the
beautiful city of Guaymas in Mcxi.
ico. The secretary's visit cast, we are
confident, will be of benefit to the ter
ritory, as he has represented intelli
gently and fairly the resources of the
territory to men of money, and has
not been backward in telling our
Governor Iloyt was in Washington
when the secretary left. He had been
appointed associate justice for Wash
ington territory, but had not made up
his mind as to whether he would ac
cept or not.
The secretary secured only about
$13,000 for running the territorial
machinery for the comingyear.which
seems indequate, and will have a ten
dency to pinch in many places.
Jlr. Gosper returns looking well,
and was heartily welcomed home by
his numerous friends. . t
Southern Pacific Railroad. '
Mr. Hessing, in a recent letter,
states that, on reaching Fort Yuma,
the present southern limit of tlie 700
miles of the Southern Pacific railway,
he found laborers at work construct
ing the roadbed of the eastern exten
sion of that road. The company "have
put out to be constructed this winter
200 miles of road from Yuma to
Maricopa Wells being about one
half the whole width of the territory
of Arizona. This road bed will be
ironed in the spring. In the mean
time the Atchison, Topeka and Santa
Fe road is practically completed on
the north from Kansas City to AJbu-
j querque, in New Mexico, so that by
next July there will be comparatively
a short gap to be completed, when
the cars will run through from Chi
cago, over the Chicago, Burlington
and Quiucy road, thence by Topeka,
Santa Fe and Yuma to San Francis
co. Unless congress interferes to pre
vent it, the Southern railroad to the
Pacific will be completed in eighteen
months. With active work at both
ends, it will be pushed with energy.
This whole road from San Francisco
to Topeka, Kansas, will be built and
completed with private capital only;
not u dollar of subsidy is asked or
wanted, and yet, with this road thus
going on to completion, there are men
in congress and out of it urging that
congress shall vote a national subsidy
of $:i,000 per mile for another road
to be built over nearly the same
ground. Chicago Tribune.
Says the Oil City Derrick :
Frequent and constant advertising
has brought me to where I am. A.
My success is owing to liberality in
advertising Elizabeth Tilton. v
Printers' iuk did the business for
me. Agues Jenks. Also for me.
Free advertising has made a man of
me. T. De Witt Tulmage.
My son, I know of nothing better
than advertising, provided it is not
left handed. S. J. Tilden.
The odicial bond of Edward J.
Cook, treasurer cf Yavapai county,
has been fixed at sixty-five thousand
dollars for the ensuing two yeais.
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