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ME1ALD. THE VOL. 3. XO. 19. WHOLE NO. 97. PIKEXIX, MARICOPA COUXTY, A. T. WEDNESDAY, JUXE 25, 1879. NEW SERIES XO. 26. nri t t 1 HE flERALD Poblttha-d reiy Saturday and Wednesday. GOSPER &. McCLINTOCK, rBOPKtKTORS. Sciiciiptiok Rates: One copy one rear. -One ecpr aix n-ionths, - - -By carrier, in Fhoenii. per month. - Advert i aiNO Rates: One Inch, one insertion. -Kach subsequent insertion. Professional cards, per month. - - $5 00 50 50cts $i 00 I 00 1 50 Cbarli" W. Crane is our Authorized Airent in 8mn Francisco. PROFESSIONAL. H. R . PATBICK, (' I T 1 1 F. ns i n e r Deputy I". 8 Mineral Hurveyor for Arizona. Ornca With W. A. Hancock Pheeuix, A.T. II. M. HAYEK. Attorney and ( onpwlor at Law Phoenix. A. T. All kinds or Legal Business promptly attended to. BKJ. MORUAX. Attorney and Csansrlor at I.tw, Tucson, Arizona. All law business will receive prompt acd careful attention. J. A. ZABRISKIE. B. M. HKRKFORD. HKBGFOBD c'ZABBlMKIR. Attorneys! and Caunarlsn at Law And Notary Public. Office on Myers street, opposite Palace Hotel. Tucson. Arizona. R. I.. ROSSOV. M. I. Physician and Sirtfos. (Graduate of the University of Va.) Offers his professional services to the peopleof Phoenix and vicinity. Office N. W t'orner Washington and Center Stieets, op posu the Post Office. L. H. COX. A. C BAKER. rOX A RAKER. Attorney a at I. a w , Phcanix, A. T. Ofuce, np-stairs. in Capital building, on Washington srrect. M'HARTOX A HIIEGTS, Physician and Marcennn. W:ll attend professional calls at any hour of the dav or nisht. Ofliee east side of the plaza. O". II. V. Sheets. M. 1).. late of Reno. Ner.: 4. E. Wharton, M. D., I". 8. Medical Kxamiuer. J. W. NTKriIEiO.. Attorney at La w. riKEN'IX. MARICOPA COl'XTV, ARIZONA. j. it. r Kii, i.H. Arrliiteet ana tiaiir rin ten dent . Plan, specifications ami ewtiuiatt-s care fully prepared. OrBee with Prs. hheet. & Wharton, east side of the plaza. It. I.. COXYKIM. Phyilrlaa anil Sturgeon.; (Late of Vi.alia.Csl.) j Office on w a.hinjlou street, two doors JlMl.t V. VAX SiLYt'K. Attorney and Counselor at Lav, McMillenville, Maricopa Co.. A. T. Will practice In all the courts of the Tcrrl- tory. JOHX T. AUSAP, Attorney and t'onnselor atLan, Pha?nix, Ariaona. All business promptly attended to. Ofncc with the District Attorney. paniiTS jttdos. Notary ruBLic. --yf. A. HAM'OCK. Attorney at Law, Phtenix. A. T. 9!.and business in all departments a specially. PAI L WKllBKIt, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Prescott. Arizona. Will practice In all the courts of the Terri tory. joii.v l. tiny.afi. 31. f. Physirian.Hnrxron Jk Aeeoueher. References without permission: F. M. Cockrill. L". 8. Senator. .Mo.; Col. John T. Crisp. Democratic nominee for Conirres from Missouri. Office two miles south llay den.s Ferry. Arizona. BLAKE A CO. AMMAYKRK. Gold dust, (fold and silver bullion and ores of every description melted and assayed. All a-says cfuaranteed. Prices of ore assays: Silver and gold S3: lead. $3; copper. S-V Samples can be sent by mail or express, and returns will be promptly made. Omce with Wells, Fargo & Co., Prescott. BCSIXESS CARDS. NEW PHOEXIX BAKERY ! J. IIKIXWOV, Proprietor. Washington St., opposite court house. EIGHT LOAVES OF BREAD OR EIGHT BREAD TICKETS FOR A DOLLAR. PIES AND CAKES ON HAND. PIOXKEll BAKERY! Washington Street. yorthentt Corner of the. Plaza, Eight Loaves of Rread for Sl.OO Frnlt Cakes and Pa-try of all kinds! for wedding parties, etc., prepared to order. BAL'RLEN CO. To Academies, High Schools and Private Families. A X EXPERIENCED EDfCATOR OF Vyouthsof both sexes, recently arrived in this town, teaches LATIN. GREEK, FRENCH. SPAXISH And High School course of the English branches. Address. PROF. P. G. JOYCF. 91-tf PrifKNix. P. rV FOR SALE, From 5 to 20 acres Of Land with Water Privilege, within OXE HALF MILE OF PHOENIX. ALSO Lota lin the Town of Phcrnii. M-tf WM A. HAXCOCK. MISCELLANEOUS. Phoenix Hotel. Washington St., between Maricopa and Pima streets. CLEAN BEDS And Well Ventilated Rooms By the day or nipht. Best or ArrsnmodltlunN Families. A SHOWER BATH connected with 'the Hotel tor the convenience or guests and the public generally. 1. J. GARDINER. FRESH Beef Cattle "1TTE RESPECTFVLLT INFORM THE Retailer of Arizona that we are prepared to furnish ou hoof Fat Beef Cattle, at any eafun. in any qnantitie. and at the Lowfut Possible Price. The cattle are at the excellent praziug country around Tonto Bavin, and in gitod condition. We will furnish the retailer in thin sec tion with Preyed Keef from our Slaughter Houses, north of town. Order solicited. BALTZ fc KELLY, Phoenix. Big Bug Station, YAVAPAI CO., A. T. 27 mica from Preneott and HO Hilea from Phrnix, on the Black Canyon Read. Having purchased the above stntion. the traveling public will always find meals, jrrain and hsv at all time. A bar, with a good stock of liquors on hand. H.VYDF.K. MAl'XCEA" A CO. Boot and Shos Maker. Watthlnsrton t rest. adjoinins the Store or Castaneda. ,,.,,,,,,. Boots and Sht. of th-Wsl material made to order in elegant style. Perfect Fits Guauaxteed. I cive my entire attention to custom made w.rfc. and I have every facility for jriving entire satisfaction, tjend in vour orders. II. L. (JF.IIMAX. Practical Boot & Shoe Maker. Boots and Shoes, MADE TO ORDER, AXD IlErAIIirXG XEATLY DONE fyShop at Waterman's Tin Shop. ICE! ICE!! LOU NT BROS., Will deliver ICE to any part of the city at the following rates; Ten Pounds and over per day, feiix Cent per Pound. Vnder. Ten Pounds per day, nrtrn Cents per Pound. Leave orders at the Factory, or with K. tiauz, Washington street. 95 tf Cem Saloon, Miss Katie Haywood - - Prop. Havine leased the Old Brewery Saloon, and refitted it entire, and added a" suderior quality of WINES LIQUORS & CIGARS. I wonlrl he pleased to entertain my old friends and the pnhlir eenerally. 95 tf MISS K ATIE. Fast Freight Line BETWEEN" Phcenix and Maricopa. Freight delivered ii? One Iay. The Public are informed that Wf have es tablished a Fat Freight Line befwe-en this citT and the railroad. Address aJl rommnui eatlonu. KKLKV C B r,A K K. FLani, A. r. ISGH5! I MI.SC EL LAirEots. u STAR " BARBER SHOP. FELIX DEES, Formerly with William Stnrenhnrj: ha fitted "tip a Barber Shop opposite the He bald Oflice. where he will be pleased to nee his numerous friends and the public in pen era I. Shaving. Shampooing and Hair Cutting done in the Latest Style and satis faction guaranteed. PHCEPJIX ART GALLERY Southwest Corner of Plaza. rpHE rXDERRIGXEP. HAVING COM J plefed his new Gallery, is low pre pared to execute all work in his line in the best style and at reasonable rat en. A complete assortment of ARIZONA SCENERY always on hand. A full line of Picture Frames and Mould- in? Pictures framed to order. G. H. ROT1TROCK. White & Walters KEEP A FIRST-CLASS On Washington Street, Phoenix. Imported Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Cheap Living! oaru reduced to per week $7 00 Millie A.eaJs 50 cents. at the Cosmopolitan Restaurant. war. 110XLAXD. The United States BREWERY, Wishes to inform the public and lovers of good LAGER BEER. That they have reduced the price of bottled beer, to Three Dollars per Dozen, In order to allow the poor as well as the rich, to obtain a beverage liichly beneficial to health. R. 1VEIIRFRF.TZ Lats of Sslt Lake City Hrcwery- THE BALDWIN. The Leading ITotel of San Francisco and the most elezantlv appointed hotel in the world, over $ l.."V).VRi h.iviii been ex pended by Mr. Baldwin in its construction and furniFhiiig. Headqnartere army and navy. Special arconmodntionj for families and laree parties. Prices the name as at other firn-clasri hotel-. S3 to $5 per day. Special contractu will be made for perma nent boarder. The hotel coaches and car riages in waiting at all boats and railway depots. Rooms can be reserved before arrival by telecranhiTii the Baldwin. A. MACABEE. Biit?mea Manager. Young America Hotel and Restaurant, GILLKTT, - - AR1ZOXA. Board by the Day or Week. Oillctt Is the location of the mill nf the Tiptop Mining Company. Persons viMtim; this live mininc enmp will find the Yomip Aini'rirji Hotel and Kestauraut the cheapest and best place to put up at. Terms reason able. SINGLE & ANDERSON, Piopr'a. Washington TH The pnblir are respectfully informed that I have moved mv barber hoi tn the bnildinjr on Wa-hmpton street latelv oren- pied ny tne oru store of lr. I on vers, and that I have also opened a fir t-claas bathintr eprshlishnlent. By Ptrict attention to burine T hone to warrant a fair than of ynnr patronnsre. W: STlTlCNliVKC. Late cf f:in Franc!; '-o. MISCELLANEOUS. On Washington street, in the old C building, has been ipital Refitted and Refurnished, Makinc it Phoenix. the most attractive place in The Parlor adjoining contains frames ca pable of amusing the most fastidious. FURfJITURE ! The undersigned has on hand a large assortment 0' Furfciture and Upholstery. Also manufactures to order FIXE CABINET AY A RE, DOORS. WAIXSCOATING, AXD OFFICE FITTINGS. Enstern mtiHe chairs constantly on hand. On Washington street, adjoining the ttore of Nathan & Co. 67-tl A. CO EE A. Livery Stable ! Washington street adjoining the " Phcnix Hotel. Horses Ttoariled by the iVeek. or Month. tiay Keeps always on hand the hest quality of wheat and grain hay, barley and oats. Good accommodation for teamsters and travelers. Keeps constantly on hand fine turnout. Horser boarded at my stable will receive the best attention. LiEO. HAMLIX. CALIFORNIA BAKERY, ADAMS STREET, One block north of the Heralo Office: also in the rear of Copclaud's Sash and Blind depot. Fresh Bread Always on JSand. RYE AXD GRAHAM BREAD Utaue to oulcr; tiUo PIES AJ CAKES. JTricufi to guit the tinics. OA TIL SCHEfillEK. ( I-ate of San Bernardino. P aioon. We would respectfully notify the pubMc that we have opened a new saloon in the building opposite the Express Office, and intend to keep it n phIoou should be kept. The very best quality of Wines, Liquors and Cigars ALWAYS OX HAND and fold at prire to pnit the times. A handsomely furnished club room attached for the use "of our patrons. ItltOU X V DAMEL. DudSey House, Gurley St., Treecott, A. T. FIRST - CLASS HOUSE On the European Plan. A Xew and Clean Beds for Lodgers, and Elegant Kooms for families. FRED WILLIAMS, Prop'r. T. J. fVIORCAfi, Gurler street, one door east P. O., Prescott, Arizona Dealer in Diamond?, "Watches, Clock?, Jew thy and Silverware, Spectacles, Gold Pens and Pencils, etc. Watchmaker and Mann fact nri ne Jewelers , All kindu of jewelry and silverware made from native cold and silver. En craving of every description. Seal presses and ribbon stamp. MATERIAL. The nmlersiirned has just received a large and complete assortment of DOORS. I1UXDS, anil WIXD'OWS Whirh are of a hotter quality and will be sold cheaper than at the Mash 'acfrj- In Prewcbtt. All orders prc-tcptlr attended to. Adam's ptrf, one-haif blo,V norh of tp Kerald eSlct. I,. V. COrCLAM). K. IR VISE CO. A E3EW DEPARTURE. .' JUT "Ml Gash Down Or No Sale. AVE WILL IIAYE THE PAY OR KEEP OUlt GOODS! We' hereby notify our friends and the public generally that from this time forth -ve will cease to sell for credit on any terms whatever. We are aware that in order to do this we will have to sell cheaper than our neigh bors, and we are prepared to do so. As we are j build illg WC are VC1T lUUCh i pressed for cash, and ! therefore it will be better i for us to sell for cost than to sell on ever so short a time, no Matter how good the buyer. The facts in the case are just these: it j is a necessity with us to ; have our goods or to have the wherewith to bin7 more. Of course we do not expect to do so much business, but we are de termined to do what we can. Our Lumber Yard is now full and nearly com plete. Provisions, Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes. Fruits, Hone, Summer Hats, Ranch Butter, Hardware, Tinware, Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty, Crockery "Ware, Iron and Steel, Lamps, Powder, Fuse, kc , Ac, &.c, &c., &e. Irvine & Go. Keep on the "West side of the Plaza. Remember the sisrn over the do r, E. IRVINE & CO. Variety Store Tienda Barata. THE TIICEXIX HERALD. SF.HI-WF.KKLY K1MTIWS. Wednesday. June 179. FORTY YEARS AtiO! WRITTEN EXPKESRLY ALD, FOR ME HER Hoir wondrous are tlie changes, Jim Since forty years ago; When girls wore woolen dresses, Jim, And boys wore pants of tow; When shoes were made of calf-skin, And soeks of home-spun wool, And children did a half day's work Before the hour of school. The girls took music lessons, Jim, Upon the spinning-wheel ; And practiced late and early, Jim, On the spindle, swift, and reel; The boys would ride bare-back lu mill A dozen miles or so. And hurry ofl' before 'twas da" ; Some forty years ago. The people rode to meeting, Jim, On sleds instead of sleighs, And wagons rode as easy, Jim, As buggies now-a-days; And oxen answered well for teams. Though now they'd be too slow; For people lived not half so last, Some forty years ago. Oh, well do I remember, Jim, That Wilson's patent stove, That father bought and paid for In cloth the gills had wove; And how the neighbors wondered Jim When we got the thing to go, They said 'twould burst and kill us nil; Some forty years ago. Yes, everything is different, Jim, From; what it used to was; For men are always tampering, Jim, With God' great, natural laws; Bui what on earth we're coming to, Does anybody know ? For everything has changed so much Since forty years ago. CAPJTAL GHIPS, Gathered by a "Herald7 Corres pondent. fV" attars of Snterest from Pretty Prescott. Wandering Weber Waltzing Westward. Koatls Kepairetl Stanton Story a i.d Itobber ICuibel. Prescott, June 20th 3ST9. If I were giveD to making original remarks I should probably begin this communication by slating that '"times are fearfully dull," or "very corkj " or that '"the weather excrutiat ingly oppressive for this high unti tude." A LADY BELONGING TO ONE OF OUR FIRST FAMILIES Was heard to leinark recently but as I am not orign:0, I shall make no remarks of that nature, but pass on to matters of other natures which, al though they may not be of such para mount importance, have got sufficient to claim our attention for the m -menr. The Adjutant General of the De partment reports that Major Egbert, the county officer at Verde has put the OLD CROOK ROAD In tolerable rep.tir and that wagons lightly loaded may take that route to Apache. The Grand Jury have been in session dovv two days, but owing to the na ture of the instruction from Judge Silent, their action ou all mat ter remains for the present sub-romz It is rumored that they had under advisement yesterday. IIOXORABLE TALL WEBER, Ex-District Attorney of this county, but it is not known what action was taken by them. Paul started on a visit to the Tombstone District a few days since, to look after some interest, there which, required his immediate attention, but through soiikj unforseeu and nn fortuitous accident, he took the wrong train at Maricopa aud probably has not as yet discovered hi error. It ia need less to say that this mistake will iu all probability dclayuis return some what. Stragglers from the Ilill-Freeman-Mountain-of-Gold-Purty continue to arrive. We hope in the course of time to have the last of that bril liant enterprise. C. P. Stanton, the Irish Lord finds vent iu a two column and a halt article of a very personal nature in that very personal Republican org:nr Ihe Miner relleetiug upon justice, late District Attorney Mastcrson and various and-suudry other individuals who it appears were in a conspiracy io blast his fair fame for ever and ma';e him the principal ia a neck lie sociable. The Grand Jury found a bill against Juan Kuebal the stage robber aud upon bing arraigned he plead guilty, lie has not yet received his sentence. The Hon "Thomas Fitch and wile leave San Francisco for Precott to day and vpon their return may ex pect a perfect least upon new and good things in the thepian line. All Henry Wickenburg is just in with a load "of new potatoes which he ' disposed of nt 4 cents. Ycurs, Tl'JER. 1 SANTA FE. Elevation, Population, Age and General Appearance. Governor Arney of 2ew Mexico thus discusses Santa Fe to a St Louis icporter. "The City of Snta Fe stands r.pon both sides of Santa Fe creek, a small river heading in the lake on the top of the mountain twelve miles to the cast and runnine westerly into the liio Grande del Norte fourteen mites' from the city. From it the field aud gardens ia the valley are irri gated for cultivation, the whole vol ume of water being usually during the irrigating season, diverted into the branching acequias or ungating canals. The city residences and oth er buildings are almost universally o' the Mexican style, built of adobe or sun dried brick, one story high, are warm iu winter and cool in sum mer, and are withal quiet comfort able. It has been aptly said that the city, when viewed from either ot tho fiuu natural eminences overlooking it, presents the appearance of a large collection of brick kilns. Hugh spurs of the Rock Mountains rise in the immediate vicinity of the north east, the east and the southeast, and loom in the distance to the northwest, the west aud the southwest, a series of low tablelands lying to the north, the whole presenting an interesting landscape. Situated at an elevation of 6.SG2 feet above the sea level, the climate is very agreeable, the ntmoa phere very rare and pu:e, and the salubrity of the place unsurpassed. It enjoys, on this account, a wide spread and very enviable reputation. THE rOFCLATIOX is now not less than 6,500. Of these. fully 5,500 are persons of Spanish or Mexican descent, speaking the Span ish language, the balance bing whol ly Americans and Europeans the w hole population being convention ally divided into two classes, the "Mexican, or Spanish speakiiig and American." or i.nglish speaking peo ple, the latter class being composed really of a majority of foreign born persons, among them a large propor tion of Jews. ME PLAZA or public square in this city, north ot the river, comprising an area of about two and a half acres, contains. enclosed with palings inside the streets, a beautiful park of trees, cov ering on area of about an ait ard a quarter. The trees are mainly Cot tonwood the eight large ones torni ing the entire north tier having been set out in the spring of lS-4 by Mar iano Martinez, the Governor of Xef Mexico, and others in 1U3 at the pri vate expense of the citizens. The plaza, is surrounded on the east, south aud west sides with good adobe build ings, the principal mercantile aril other business houses of the city, and on the other side stands the old "Pal ace,' containing now the Governor's mansion, the United States Designa ted depository, the United States und Territorial Court rooms, the Legisla tive hall, the Territorial library and the Territorial Attorney General of fice. THE OLDEST CITY IN THE rSITETV STATES. It is contended that Santa Fe iy really the oldest-settled town upon the whole territory of the L'nited States. As the city of Mexico of to day is but the old Aztec pueblo of Tenoeh- titlan of Montezuma,- so is Sanra Fe but the old pueblo of Cicuye of Coro nado. Santa Augustine, in the State of Florida, settled in loS5, was con ceded the distinction of being the old est until the acquisition cf New Mex ico and its capital, Santa Fe, by the treaty of Guadalupe Hidtilgo iu lS-IS. when the latter of right assumed that rank, by virtue of being, w hen the Spaniards first visited it,- in or about the year 1542, a populous regulated Indian pueblo or town, one that had been in existence there is nokcowing how many decades or how many centuries. A thirty minutes drive took the Mi ner man over a rough road to Clark & Attains' saw mill, six miles west of Prcsentt.- Oh the route he passed Thumb Butte, which has so many at tractions for the young beaux of Prescott,-who are familiar with the apex Of this prominent land mark. At the .pill he found several buildings used by the employes,- a fine large struct ure in which he beheld all the ma chinery necessary To manufacturing liimbtr, a new shingle machine, etc. Tne yard which contains several acres, is filled with au assortment of lumber1 and iiugc logs, vhich are to be subjected to a dissecting process by the mammoth machinery which hat done milch in the way of tearing into fragments the giant pine trees that h'avp been guarded for many deeades by the majestic Unite which over looks the country for miles around. IMVssrs. Clark & Adams have shipped lal'ge quantities to the southern coun try. Several teams were camped near Ihe lumber yard, preparing to load lumber for Seymour, Phumix aud other I ices. Senor Gavilontio, of Magdalen has inV.de a rich find near his ranch at Babasac. The rock is a very rich copper glance about four feet in width. Assays at the mint at Hr moiillo ran as high as 4,000. Aver age ass: ys made in Tucson run about 000 per ton. The Republicans of California have nominated Geo. C. Peikinafor Go- t-rnor and Gen. John Mansfield for Lieutenant Governor. The wife of Loring Pickering;, Saa Francisco, is dead ; aged Ci.