PHCEXIX, MARICOPA COUXTY, A. T. WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1879.
XEW SERIES XO. 28.
VOL. 3. XO. 21. WHOLE XO. 101.
Pibllihad Teij Saturday and Wednesday.
GOSPER &. McCLINTOCK,
One copj one year. - - -One
copy mix months, - - -By
carrier, in fuccuix. per month,
One inch, one insertion.
Each uubsequeut insertion.
Profesnlonal cards, per month.
Cbari.e W. Crane is our Authorized
Agent in San Francisco.
II. II . PATRICK,
Peputy t'. S Mineral flurreyorfor Arizona.
OrricK With W. A. Hancock Phoenix,
II. M. HAYEK,
Attorney and Counselor at law
Phoenix, A. T.
All kinds of Legal Business promptly
Attorney and Counselor at Iaw,
All law bnsiness will receive prompt and ;
1. A. ZABR1SK.IE. B. HEREFORD.
IIIiREI'OKD A. ZABRINKIK,
Attorneys and Connneiora at Iiaw
And Notary Public.
Office on Myerw street, opposite Palace
Hotel. Tucson. Arizona.
II. L. BOSSOX, 91. I.
Fhyaielan and Mnreeon.
(Uradnate of the University of Va.)
Offers his professional services to the
people of Phoenix and vicinity. Office N. W
Corner Washington and Center Streets, op
posite the Post Office.
I. H. COX. A. C. BAKER.
COX Jk. BAKER.
Attorneys at "Law,
Phcsnix. A. T.
Office. np-sta!rs. in Capital building, on
WHARTOK A SIIEF.TK.
rhynirtana and rjeon.
Will attend professionnl calls at any hour
of the dav or night. Oflice east side of the
plaza, o". H. P. Sheets. M. 1).. late of Reno.
Nev.: J. E. Wharton, M. !., V. S. Medical
J. W. 8TEP1IEXBOX.
Attorney at "Law.
J. It. ItJI-GLAH,
Architect and Superintendent.
Plans, specifications and estimates care
fully prepared. Office with Drs. Sheets &
Wharton, east side of the plaza.
5. I. COXYE1W,
Fhyaielan and Surgeon.
(Late of Visalia. Cal.)
Office on Washington street, two doors
JIL11S W. VAX NLVCKi
Attorney and Connsielor at Law,
McMillenville, Maricopa Co., A. T.
Will practice In all the courts of the Terri
tory. JOHX T. ALNAP,
Attorney and Counselor at J Law,
All business promptly attended to. Office
with th District Attorney.
raosiTi jcdoe. notaut rt'BUC.
WM. A. HAXCOCK,
Attorney at I a w ,
Phoenix, A. T.
3T-Land business in all departments a
JOII.V I. UREUU. M.
PhyMiclan,Mnreeon A Aceoucher.
References withoat permission: F. M.
CocWrill. U. S. Senator. Mo.; Col. John T.
Crisp. Democratic nominee for Congress
from Missouri. Office two miles south Hay
den.s Ferry. Arizona.
HL.AKK Sc. CO.. A!AVE1W.
Gold dust, gold and silver bullion and
-res of every description melted and assayed.
All assays guaranteed. Prices of ore assays:
Silver and gold. lead. copper, 5.
Sample can be sent by mail or express, and
returns will be promptly made. Office with
Wells, Fargo Co., Prescolt.
A complete set of
, Surveyor's and Civil Engineer's
for sale reasonably. They arc in first
class condition and guaranteed.
Apply at this office, or to the un
dersigned. "0-tf WM. ISAAC.
Nortlieatt Corner of the Plaza,
Eight Loaves or Bread for Sl.OO
Fruit Cakes and Pastry of all kinds, for
wedding parties, etc.. prepared to order.
To Academies, High Schools and
AN EXPERIENCED EDUCATOR OF
youths of both sexes; recently arrived
in tins town, teaches
LATIN, GREEK, FRENCII, SPANISn
And nigh School course of the English
PROF. P. G. JOYCE,
Sl-tr Pucesii. P. O.
From 5 to 20 acres
Of Land with Wator Privilege, within
ONE-HALF MILE OF FIICENIX.
It In the Town or Phornlx.
-' wst. a. tia:cocs.
The Only First-Claws Hotel ii
JOHN WHITSEV Manager.
Big Bug Station,
YAVAPAI CO., A. T.
27 "Hilen from Frenrott and WO
Slllen from Phoenix, on the
Itlaek Canyon Road.
Having purchased the above station, the
traveling pnblic will always find meals,
grain aud hay at all times. A bar, with a
good stock of 'liquors on band.
8XVDER. MAlXt EV A CO.
Boot and Shoe Maker.
Washington strrot.afljoininK the
(Store of Caataneda.
Fashionable Boots and Shoes of the best
material made to order in elegant style.
Perfect Fits Guaranteed.
T give my entire attention to custom made
work, and' I have every facility for giving
entire satisfaction. Send in Tour orders.
II, I;. GEIIMAX.
Practical Boot & Shoe Maker.
Boots and Shoes,
MADE TO ORDER, AND
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE,
EShop at Waterman's Tin Shop.
LOU NT BROS.,
Will deliver ICE to any part of the city at
the following rates;
Ten Pounds and over per da".
Six C'entn per Pound.
Vnder. Ten Pounds per day,
Ncvra Onts per Pound.
Leave orders at the Factory, or with K.
Ganz, Washington street. 95 tf
Miss Katie Hayward - - Prop.
Knvine lessed the Old Prewery Saloon,
and refitted it entire, and added a' suderior
WINES LIQUORS & CIGARS.
I would be pleased to entertain my old
friends and the public generally.
95 tf MISS KATIE.
Fast Freight Line
Phoenix and Maricopa.
Freight delivered in One
The Public are Informed that we have e
tabliabed a Kant Freight Line between this
city and the railroad. Addree all enm muni
cat io us. 3I AKULKV e It LA k
Fluent x. A. T.
T. A. Waterman
HiS OPENED A NEW
Opposite the Post-office.
Prompt attention given to
Repairing and Job Work.
A krse assortment of Tin and Sheet IrOT3
oenprtfrtly or bac.
Formerlv with William Stnrcnbnrr
ha fitted np a Bartwr Shop opposite the
Herald Office, where he will he pleaid to
o hi nnmeronrj friende and the public in
jreueral. Khnvine. Shampooing and Hair
C'nrriiig done in the Latet-t Siyle and sati
Southwest Corner of Plaza.
THE UNDERSIGNED. IIAVIXO COM
pleted his new Gallery, is low pre
pared to execute all work in his line in the
best style and at reasonable rates.
A complete assortment of ARIZONA
SCENERY alwavs on hand.
A fnll line of Picture Frames and Mould
ings. Pictures framed to older.
G. II. ROTIIROCK.
White & Walters
KEEP A FIRST-CLASS
On Washington Street, Phoenix.
Imported "Wines, Liquors
Board reduced to $ 7 00
The United States
Wishes to inform the public and
lovers of good
That they have reduced the price of !
u.nticu uui:i y hi
Three Dollars per Dozen,
In order to allow the poor as well hs
the riHi, to obtain a beverage hiclily
beneficial to health.
I.ats of Salt Lake City Brewerv.
The Lendinn HotH of Snn Frnncifco and
the most elegantly appointed hotel in
the world, over Sl.MHOM having been ex
pended by Mr. Baldwin in itn construction
and furnishing-. Headquarters nnv and
navy. Special accommodation fin" families
and larire parties. Price th6 name as at
other firs-claH hotel to per day.
Special contract" willJw made for perma
nent boarder. The .-hotel coaches and car
Haires in waiting at all bontH and railway
depots. Jiot.ms ran he reserved before
arrival by telegraphing the Baldwin.
A. MACABEE, BUbinesa JJauaer.
HoUl and Restaurant,
Board by the Da- or AVeek.
Oniorr in tlio lnrntinn nf Iho Ttitll nf tt.o
Tiptop Mining Company. Persons visiting
America Hotel and Restaurant the cheapest
and beet place to put np at. Terms reason
able. SINGLE & ANDERSON, Piopr'a.
rihe public are respectfully Informed that
X 1 have moved my barber Fhop to the
building on Washington pfr;t lately occu
pied by the druK Rtorc of Dr. Conyefs, and
that I have also opened a firjt-class batliing
By strict attention to bnpfnp I hope to
warrant a fair share of your patronne.
WM. S i L'KNBt RG.
T atJ of San Francirco.
The undersigned has on hand a large
Furniture and Upholstery.
Also manufactures to order
FINE CABINET WARE,
AND OFFICE FITTINGS.
Eastern made chairs constantly on hand.
On Washington street, adjoining the store
of Nathan & Co.
67-tl A. COEKA.
Washington street adjoining the
Boarded by the
Week or Month.
Keeps always on hflnd the best quality of
wheat and grain hay, barley and oats.
Good accommodation for teomters and
travelers. Keeps constantly on hsnd fine
turnouts. Horser boarded at my stable will
receive the best attention.
One bloric north of the Herald Office:
also in the rear of Copeland's Sash aud
Fresh It read Alvvay on Hand.
RYE AND GRAHAM BREAD
made to order; also
PIF.S AXIS ('ARES.
J3?Prices to suit the times.
(Late of Pnn Bernardino.) 88 tf
Notice to Farmers
Persons desiring to purchase machiner
of any kind will do well to order the same
J. A. S1IITH. Aeent,
for Frank Tli'others. AVe arc ready at short
notice to furnish
And to ive time on the same.
.1. A.svmif h.
Gurley St., Trescott, A. T.
FIRST - CLASS HOUSE
On the European Plan.
and Clean Bods for
codgers, and Elegaxit
Rooms for families.
FRED WILLIAMS. Prop'r.
T. J. MORGAN,
Gurley street, one door east P. C,
Diamond?, "Watches, Clocks. Jew
elry and Silverware, Spectacles,
Gold Pens and Pencils, etc.
Watchmokrand Manufacturing Jewelert.
All kinds of jewelry and silverware made
from native gold and silver. Kn cravings of
every description. Seal presseis and ribbon
The iindersisnd ha just received a large
and complete asbortment of
Which are of a better quality and will be
Hold cheaper than at the
Sash i'actiry In Prcscott.
All order promptly attended to. Adnm
Ftreet, one-half block north of the Herald
pflice. r.. I. COI'I'.I.AM).
BRICK FOR SALE.
THE VN PER SIGN ED WISnES TO
inform the public that be haa un hand
Brick of a Superior Quality,
And in a-y quantity desired
eat Corner of Town.
U. IJ. I.lSVItLE.
E. IRVINE if- CO.
Or No Sale.
WILL HATE THE
A.Y OR KEEP OUR
We hereby notify our
friends and the public
generally that from this
time forth we will cease to
sell for credit on any
terms whatever. We are
aware that in order to do
this Ave will have to sell
cheaper than our neigh
bors, and we are prepared
to do so. As we are
building we are very much
pressed for cash, and
therefore it will be better
for us to sell for cost than
to sell on ever so short a
time, no matter, how good
the birycr. The facts in
the case are just these
is a necessity with us to
have our goods or to have
the wherewith to buy
more. Of course we do
not expect to do so much
business, but we are de
termined to do what we
Our Lumber Yard is
now full and nearly com
Boots and Shoes,
Iron and Steel,
&c , &C, etc., &c, &c.
rvine & Go.
Keep on the West side of
the Plaza. Remember the
sign over the do r,
E. IRVINE & GO.
THE PHOEXIX HERALD.
SUM l-WKKKLY KDITIOX.
Wednesday. July 9.
The Supreme Court of California
at the May term, 1S79, decided the
following case relating to water
rights, viz., Stine Canal Co. rs. Kern
Island Irrigating Canal Co. In Aug.,
1S74, the Kern Island Irrigating Ca
nnl Co. appropriated a portion of the
waters of Kern river, and conducted
the same by means of a canaj to the
Old South Fork, from which it was
taken out lower down the stream, and
so continued to do tip to about the
spring of 1S78, when the waters were
conveved through the canals of the
defendant, without uniting the same
with the Old South Fork. All of the
water companies which are joined as
plaintiffs, except the Goose Lake Ca
nal Co., appropriated portions of the
waters of Kern river prior to the ap
propriation by the Kern Island Canal
Co., and consequently their right to
the portions of the water by them re
spectively appropriated is superior to
that of the defendant. The right of
the defendant is subordinate to that
of the plaintiffs, and it is not entitled
to divert the waters of the river to
such an extent that a sufficient
amount thereof will net flow down
the river to supply the plaintiffs with
their usual quantity. The injunction
granted by the District Court ordered
modified in accordance with above
A question of subterranean water
rights was decided in the case of
Hale ts. ilcLea. The defendant had
diverted the whole body of a subter
ranean stream used by plaintiff. The
point decided in this cate was that
the defendant could not exercise any
greater rights in respect to the diver
sion or use of the waters of the sub
terranean stream flowing "across his
land to the spring of the plaintiff,
than if he had been an upper and the
plaintiff a lower riparian owner on a
surface stream flowing across their
respective lands. The defendant can
only claim ns much water as he needs
for his cattle and for domestic pur
poses, leaving the surplus to flow to
the spring of the plaintiff in its nat-
But the defendant here
exceececi ins rinis ov (livening tne
whole body of the
water from its nat-
Itepttblicaiis in California.
All the conventions have now been
held, and the candidates are before
the people. It is apparent that the
Republican ticket is by far the
strongest and most acceptable of the
whole number, and it is equally evi
dent that Ihe Republican party enters
the campaign under the most encour
aging auspices. The II. B's have lit
erally fallen to pieces, after vainly
endeavoring to strengthen themselves
by effecting fusions, first with the
Workingmen, and then with the
Democracy. There is nothing left
of the party, and it has been so badly
and dishonestly managed that it can
never retrieve its blunders. The
Democrats themselves have frankly
confessed that they have no hope of
electing their ticket, and the W. I.
C. has an equally forlorn prospect be
fore it. The Republicans alone are
justified in anticipating a briliant
future, but they must not imagine
that victory is to be had without ex
ertion. An energetic and aggressive
campaign should bc:rin at once, and
be carried on with unabated vigor
until the eve of the election. The
opposition is totally demoralized and
broken up, and all that is required to
give assurance of success is a reso-
lute advance. Si(crtiiwnU Jiccvrdl
Xew York, July 5th. The Jlcrald
says: The final upshot of the stormy
Stale Convention at Sacramento City
indicates that the Democratic party
of California will maintain ils seper
ate organization, but makes it im
probable that it will carry the State.
California is more nearly in a con
dition of politeal chaos than any
other State in the Union. It is so
bedeviled with Kearneyism, and so
split up into factions, founded on
wild crotchets, that outsiders can
take little interest in the contusing
sqi'abbles. The election of Membeis
of Congress in California is the only
thing in the cTiniug contest which is
of any particular concern to the
country at large. But the politics of
the Slate are in so distracted a con
dition the two Democratic members
of last Congress arc likely enough
to be replaced by Nationals, or men
of some odd political stripe.
A mail route will
r,t Piit-.tronia scon.
be e tab'u-died
Agricultural Depression in Ens-laud.
London, July, 5tb. Id the House
of Commons last night the Govern
inent agreed to the motion of Henry
Caplin (Conservative) for tht ap
pointment of a royal commission tu
inquire into the causes of agricultu
ral depression and how far they were
created by, or are remediable by legis
lation. The matter caused a debate.
All sides were agreed that mie great
cause of the depression ?;as Ameri
can competion. Cnplin in his open
ing speech, said he regarded free
trade as a questiod definiteley settled,
but lie could not shut his eyes to the
failure of many, of the predictions of
the advocates of free trade. He did
not propose a remedy now, but only
asked for inquiry.
He pointer" out that the future fate
of British agriculture was dependent
upon the cost of production in Amer.
ica. If the cost of importation fell
below the cost of production at horoo
the ruin of Eritish agriculture was
not far distant.
Liberals such as Brassy, 3IacDuff
and Duff blamed the British land
system and game laws for the depres
sion. Their arguments were sum,
med np in a speech by John Bright,
who warned land-owners thai the
competition of the United States
would go on increasing, and the only
way of meetirg it was to get rid of
the stnpid and mischievious logislat
iou of regulating the tenure and
transfer of land.
. AlacEwer and Benterick advocated
protective measures, but the Marquis
of Hartington and the Government as
represented by Viscount Sandou
(Conservative) and Stafford Xorth
cote, Chancellor of the Exchequer
declared that no cause had been
shown for such measures, which cer
tainly would never be sanctioned.
The Marquis of Hartington Attribut
ed the depression primarily to the
King S. M'oolsej--
Our Phcenix dispatch is a surprise
in that it announces the death of
King S. Woolscv, a man widclv
known in Arizona and one snpposed
to have been in the enjoyment of
sound health. He has emphatically
a pioneer, and a man of energy and
ambition both financially and politi
cally How his estate will foot tip
will not likely be known till after an
official appraisement, but he always
conducted business on a pretty large
scale in stock raising and farming,
and latterly in grinding grain and
dealing in flour. His political aspir
ations made him the subject of some
severe public comment, but however
much of it may have been based cn
facts it must be said that King S.
Voolsey led an industrious and enter
prising life, and was always popular
in his own county when a test of
popularity was tried with another at
the polls. Our knowledge of him
was not of an intimate character, but
we feel justified in saying that few
men in Arizona were truer to her
welfare, more zealous in building up
the Territory on her natural resour
ces, more attached to it. Our Pine
nix dispatch truly says his death is
''a great loss to the community-"
The law and order classes of lexas
are bitterly denouncing their Govern
or for commuting the death sentence
of the murderer, Coward, to impris
onment for life. Public meetings
have been held at Galveston and other
points, demanding that tho Governor
shall resign. In the case of this des
perado, Coward, there is not a single
extenuating circumstance. Ife shot
and killed a man named Schachtrut t
simply because Schachtrupt tcstilied
against his brother in a horse-stealing
trial. He also shot at, b"t missed
Sehachtrupt's wife for giving similar
evidence. If ciiminals like this are
to be shown indulgence, what is the
use of the gallows t-Cnll.
The Estate of Itrisrham l oan;.
A Siilt Lake telegram snvs: Two
weeks have been consumed by the
executors of the estate of Brigham
Young to effect a compromise with
his daughter Emeline Young, their
efforts have been fruilless, and tiey
have jointly filed an answer with
John Taylor admits to taking prop,
city, claiming that it belonged to the
Church, and his defense is a quali
fied admission that Brigham Young
had used it during his life for the
benefit of his own family. The exe
cutors seem to be in doubt as to their
transactions, and submit their action
in the premises to the Court. The
answer is regarded as flimsy utterly
devoid of law.
It is stated that Stevens & Hughes
received $50,000 from the sale vt tho
! Her haw wines
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