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SALT RIVER HERALD.
TVRDAT....AreCT S, 1878 What I JLootiby KUnin( Kate. There was Lt Mtie, Kate aad Mary AU three beamifulaad yvnag Hat the name of Mary ever Lingered longest no ny tonaiie. And I hoped io secret c-h'Tvbed, Of a home wbre she eras queen : H'lt one day thoe sweet hopes perished And ett life a desert scene. They and I wen one together Frolirk'nr beneath the mnon. In fu ulldrtt mildest weather In Che oderoo arontu of Jane. And ureet Maty said. 'Sine aisee la the Diunnligbi time are due, I ireald take this beat of blisses From Kate's lips, if X n-ere you." Scarcely bad the thought been broken Ere, with hwwrt n4 eye elate. I had claimed the heoeyed token From the rosy lips of Kate. Hut alack I in Inns obeying. 1 had.made a sad mlitake ; For in ueart the girl wan lying, " Kate Kill los. what 1 hall take." " Kiss Kate ! " this is what she told Die ; But its meaning won Kiss me I O. vain, heart and ol eyes si I y. Thus to fail the truth to see I So we farted 1 wi:h sorrow. She with scorn, perhaps wi b hate ; And my heart grows sad by knowing. What I lost by kisin; Knte. Ore Redaction In Arizona. At Ticket Fo;t Pinal county, arc situated the concentration works of the Silver King company, this be ing the' nearest point to their mine, at which water in sufficient quanti ties for. the" use X( the works could he obtained. Owing to the success that lias attended the working of the ores of the Silver King mine by the Frue concentration process, -after failure to treat them, by amalgama tion, concentration his come to be looked upon as the only method by which the ores of this district gen erally can be successfully worked. This method of handling ores has the merit of being cheap, simple and expeditious, the objections to its em ployment being that it is incomplete and applicable only to certain vari eties of oie. It is used with great advantage to separate, by means of ppecinc gravity, all ores having a crystalline structure, from their cm cue being especially well adapted to the concentration of sulphurets. The Silver King ores contain large UuiUues of sulphurets of silver, lead, antimony and copper, with a Fprinkling of carbonate of the latter, about 20 per cent of tho silver ex isting as chloride or ' dry chlo ride," as distinguished from horn ilvcr. These Mil, -burets are crys talline and readily break from the gangue under the stamps. Thus - they are .' practically all saved, but the dry chloride beiug light und ex ceedingly triable is, at the same time carried over wiih the tailings. Were the metal all contained in the sul phurets not more than 3 or 4 per cent would be lost "With mines occurring in the limestone formation, however, entirely different conditions are presented. Them is a large jtroup of this class of lodes bordering Queen Creek on the north, the ores of which, arc . characterized by the presence of gray carbonate of load iu considerable quantities. This mineral carries the silver which blackens it but does not otherwise Alter its appearance or fracture. It Is amorphous or entirely homoge neous in structure, and therefore cannot be concentrated, because no matter how fine it be pulverized, each, grain still possesses the same specific gravity, and the only result of concentration will be a separation of the coarse from the fine particles. It is proposed, by parties interested in these mines, to employ this pro cess in the treatment of this ore, but experience will, I fear, demo'istrate to them, as it has to the writer, the fohVof the undertaking. How this 6re really should be handled re mains to be determined. It is not - to- be preen rued that it will auialga- - iusic, auu, iuiu"ii ii carries a iair . . 1 n -J II 1- ' , 1' proportion of lead, .it -i not rich enough in silver to pay for smelting wnere wooa ana iron (its requisite fluxj are so tar distant Still tuere may.be and it is even probable that the carbonate of load will run into galena as soon as considerable depth is .reached in these mines, when concentration cau be practiced upon tne advantages. A.NOTHEK formation and a DIF FERENT ORE. .further south across Queen ereek which cuts through the silver-bearing. belttlie proportion of lead con tained in the ore is so small that this metal no longer inteferes with amal gamation. Here the prevailing ore is horn silver, in itself not well adapted to concentration, while the admixture of the dry chloride is too great to admit of a profitable appli cation of this process. Continuing south we find the carbonate ot lead decreases while that of copper in ercascs, until this latter bceoiues the )rvdoiuinnnt luttal. A certain per centage of copper has always been eonsidi.rt.-d advanlnTCous in amalga mation, and even when present in such abundance s to deprceiato the j quality of the bullion, this is not a j serious trouble. These argentifer ous copper ores will iu fact very likely lie fonud useful to mix with other ores iu preparing them for amalgamation, which will surely be the process employe 1 for their re duction nutu the mines reach con siderable depths, when the ores may change and other means for treating them will come into use. The op ponents of this process point to sev- ral unsuccessful uttempts which have been made at employing it, but to this it may be replied th.tt the ores experimented on were, with one exception, taken from mines lying in the eastern or gneiss formation, all highly sulpliuretud and carrying lead, antimony and arsenic in such quail ities that uo skillful metallur gist would undertake their treatment without roasting. 1 he result of the other trials have never been made public, though it was hinted by one who ought to know, that a very high percentage ot the silver was saved, and that the work was discontinued because the quality of the ore did uot come up to the owner's expecta tions a reasonable solution, inas much as it rarely happens that a miner estimates his ore at less than twice its value. Experiments made with a hand mortar on many of the ores south of Queen creek have shown that they amalgamate as high as 83 per cent of the fire as say, and as this both simple and conclusive, it is suggested that in terested parties make trial of it. Scientific Press. Getting-Rid of Them. The Tucson Slur of the 25 th has the following : For sevc;al days the Sheriff and Marshal Hutncr have known of a gang of highwaymen and thieves hiding outside of town, and besides stopping men on the road, wou'd come into town of nights aud steal irom the people s houses. Inst Sunday morning they learned the whereabouts of the ganr, and the Sheriff, !utner, Brokaw, and a Mex ican, started in pursuit They dis covered the party in the Tucson Mountain, where they were hiding, accompanied by women. As the officers approached, the thieves opeued a brisk fire, which was kept up on both sides, vheu one of the thieves fell on his face. Ho was supposed to be dead, when the at tack was made on his partner, who had taken refuge behind the wo men, and was firing away at the officers with great rapidy. To shoot would be to kill those surrounding him, so the party concluded to re turn to town and supply their ex hausted ammunition. I his they did, and returned to find the "dead man gone, with the balance of the party. They all escaped. Mon day they gained information that the wounded man was at a house in this city, and they visited the place but found no trace of him. I hey again cot on tuc trail ot the party. who had taken the San Xavier road, and at this writing the officers are out after thein. On Sunday the 21st, Marsha Butuer, while endeavoring to quell a row among some Mexicans, in the upper part of town, was set upon by them, when one drew a ktiife and was iu the act of using it, when Butncr shot him, the .ball passing through his liver. He was taken by the officer to jail, when Dr. Handy was c tiled in. He was taken to the hospital the same night, and the chances tor lite are about even. But- uer's life is threatened by a mob composed of companions of the man shot, ... SUlitary Orders. The following orders were issued from the Headquarters Department of Arizona, July 23rd. 1S7S. Corporal Oliver Vowles, Coram ny K, Sixth Cavalry, now at Camp McDowell, A. T., sick, is relieved from extra duty- in the Quarter master's Department, and will join his company as soon as he is able. liieutenant-Colonel J. D. w ilk ins, Eighth Infantry, is relieved from the Department, and will pro ceed at once to Bcuicia Barracks, CaL, reporting upon arrival to the commanding officer thereof. Corporal Frank Hardy, Company A,-Iwemh J nfantry, - is relieved from extra duty at Whipple Depot A. I, and will report in person to his commander, for duty. Privates John Justice aud Mat tliiig Bauer, Company I, Sixth Cav alry, are relieved from extra duty at Whipple Depot, A. T., and will report in person to their comuiau der for duty. Lcavcot absence for one month is granted First Lieutenant J. S King, Twelfth Infantry. GENERAL MEIlCHAXDISE J.A. Miller & Go. MeMII.I.F.XVILLE, ARIZONA DEALERS IN General Merchandise, such as OROCEIUES. DRY GOODS. CLOTHIXO. BOOTS AND SHOES IlATSi. UAFS. TINWARE, HARDWARE. OI.AS5WAKE, CKOCKEKY. UKl'C.. Cigars, Iron Steel, k Fuse. Tobacco, Powder ilM A full line of COOKIXfJ and HEATING STOVES, anl H ollow Ware, which sr. offer at Bku Hock Thicks for cash Our stock of "Wines and Liq uors are unsurpassed. At we bar for rash and aril on the same tem, we fi'et conndeut that no huus in the West can compete with us in rnces and quality. MISEKS;oUTFITS A SPECIALTY aj-Cull and see ns and be coovlooed.J so 24-tf SILAS Tin WELL. J. R. Nichols. TIDWELL & NICHOLS Mi MILLKNVILLK, A. T.f WHOLESALE & RETAIL Dealeri.il Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Groceries, Jioots and Shoes. Hardware. Drugs, Crucaerr. Tinware. Glass ware, Wood and Willow Ware, Medicines, Tobacco & Cigars. --55- WINES and LIQUORS. Dried F.tiits, Canned Goods, Etc, As we purchased our goods during the decline Eaxtern markets, weaie prepared to offer spe cial inducements to our customers; Onr SjtccLilty is Mixbrs' Outfits. all cheap for cash, Highest Price In cash raid for GOLD and SILVER BULLION noS4' TIDWELL 4c NICHtlLS. Herrick & Lutgerding Are now receiving a lull assorament of Iron nnd 8tetl Together with a large lot of the b?st NEW JERSEY TIMBER, And are prpard to do a few? ral btuinet in BLACKSMITniXO AM- REPAIR WORK. 6 hop at tho old itand of rank CongroTO vest of Flour mill, where you can gmt anything repftirwl, from a Fih Hook to a Quartz Mill. Hotm and Mole 8h otiet hj tho belt Yetori narimn ia the Territory. t 3-tf M. L. PERALTA. Estnbllshad 1S7. WiCKENBruG, - Maricopa Count Wholesale and Retail Dealers in General Merchandise. SPECIALTIES: Ererthinr Required br the Miner and Prospector. All of whicboa be had ul Itic la suit. mE SCOTT. NEW IJErARTLT.E. Saw Mill. Lumber. A Mr nt ton All. HUTinir purchased the sar mill fiirmerl ok DMi by A. K Noyes; mured It to Groom Creek sovenniilot south of Fresco, t. Newly refitted aud are furnished with the best of Ma chinery, are prwjiiired to furuish " Lumber of all Classes At the nfcortMt nntle. Fnoinjr, merrhnntabl nd rltar. Drafted nnd matched fl"iirin(f. Hur&ufHl and Knitic Shingle. I .nth. Mo-il.t-inirt. Kiih. I nor. Etc. In fitct vrUiinir keitby FIRST CL.AM3 MILLS aud at Priors to Suit the Times, ' FilHnir rnlrri frQnnrtz MUli mail a peo n.ty. Order Uy MAIL or thrunt;h any of the Merchant f Prcsrott will rcir prompt attvDtiun. Term, C;ih no delivery. CLAKtv & AIAMS. li t NEW SAW MILL. vo and one-half miles south ol Prcscott. Ilnring now omplc-ted, and in fill operation, my new S;iw Mill, I am prepared to fill or ders for Merchantable, Clear, Surfaced and Rustic Lumber Matched Flooring, Casing?, Mouldings, Tanelings and Shingles OF THE FINEST QUALITY In short, everything in my line for the construc tion of FIRST - CLASS BUILDINGS TERMSCnMh on Helirerj-. All orders sent by mail, .1 Is Is or through tne merchants prompt attention. Geo. "V. Curtis. SAW .MILLS! SAW MILL.! ATT E N T I 0 X ! THR CLIPPER VIf.T.ft U'MBKR COMPANY. have ostahlisbed a new I.CMIlKK V AUD on tho wist side of Granite Creek, corner McCormick and Curley streets, in Prescott. where the proprietor will alwavs havrt on band ull kinds of Huildin. l umber. Havintr lust added Pianino- and Shinrlo Marhiues. we are now prepared to furnish Dkessed Lumber, Shingles. Etc.. Etc., Etp.. AT THE LTKST LIVING HATES. The Mills are situated eicht miles south of Prescott. in the fluent iMxIy of timber in Ya vapai county, and have SEASONED LUMBER ALWAYS OX HAND. Particular attention riven to order for CLEAR LUMIiEK, ami bills will be fillr with lisrab'h. M. I. CAMl'llKLL. Manager. Bowcn's Yeast Towders. We the undersigned Wholesale rroeers take pleasure In remarkins; the increased demand fur Bowen's Premium Yeast 1'uwder, and of tes if yiog to the jreneral satisfaetiin piren br this Brand : WELLMAX. PECK & CO. K(M)T Ai SAXDEK.SO.V. I.EIDEX. WHIPPLE & CO. MEBILS Sc. CO. HAAS BItOS. TABER. HARKEIi CO. -M. PIKE & CO. J. A. FOLGER & CO. NEWTON. BROS. & CO. W. W. DODGE CO. MILLIKIX BlICS. CASTLE BROS. KRL'SE & EULER. JONES It CO. M. EIIRMAX & CO. ADAMS. MCNEILL 4. CO. T. DANEKI Sl CO M.&C.MAXGELS. TILLMANN it BENDEL. ALBERT MAU Si CO. BOOTH Si CO. ALLEN A LEWIS. DF.LLEPIANE St CO. THOMAS JENNINGS. 8. FOSTER & CO. BO "WEN BROS. MANUFACTURERS. 10 California Street, Sau Francisco. BO WEN KNOWLES & CO. I'rcrfcotl, A sent? fur Ariz iia. MISCELL A XEO VS. ANDERS & ROWE. Gillette, Alexandria and Tip-Top Mine. .lonitPKS AND DEALERS in Cienera Mrrliamlir. With well filled stores at the above plact'S, we have no hesitation in dcclnr itig to the MINER AND PROSPECTOR! THAT THEY CAN SAVE MONEY I BY PATKOXIZINO OUR HOUSE. At each ufourttorei may at all timet be fuued full lines uf Groceries axd Provisions, MIXERS' TOOIeS AND HARDWARE. POWDER. CLOTHING, UOOTS SHOES, DRUGS, ic, &c And iuch a jrentnil AMorluietif a if usually lound tn a FIRST-CLASS OUTFITTING HOUSE . Silver ore bought or 'hipped on Solo Agents for the Celebrated Vulcau Blasting l'uw er. We refpectfully Invite the attention of FARMERS OF SALT RIVER. the fart thnt oar house mt Olltette, is partic ular, y well sttu&toti (r a 1'rtHiuce ipot ith our sfvernl branches at the pritx-i-)nl Mj nin ir On t res, we have tinriv ailed facilities for the dtspfwul of the Products of the Valley. CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED, nd sales myde upon a very small perc.ent.ure. tor particulars inquire of ANDERS A ROV.K. STAGE LINE . and EXFRESS, Leaves the 1 laia btablrs everj MONDAY and THURSDAY Mornings for GILLETT, TIPTOP & PIIEXIX AMD MARICOPA WELLS- And the Store of George E. Lor'uig Every other day for GilletU and Prcscott. p. c. tc CO. ATTEItSON, CALDWELL LHVALLT itt line Coaches between Prescott, Pheaix, carrying Gillett, Tiptop ana Passengers, Fackagcs, Light Freight Letter.", Papers, Bullion.Etc., We Intend t. make this a permanent hnslnes. and tn that end are sbickinr tne road with th. rery best stare horses to be found in the mos trv. r. u. m. -yj. FASHION STABLES, (Formerly Ilan.) Allen Stroutl - Proprietor nAY AND GRAIN are kept on hssd for th ttSK of TRAVELERS & FREIGHTERS Syery accomvodatiun is proTided fur parties tesirous of rampins; ia tue Curral, which is le.rge and secure. The LiTerr Stable is well sarr1''1 wl,h Sd" Uor.rs, Buggies and ambulances, and fur hire at reasonable rates.. HOUSES and MULES BOARDED on easy terais, "Washington Street, 0"K DOOR WEST PIP PIIEMIX HOTEL 19 J. D. Monihon's Livcrv, Feed ind Sale Stables. Washington St., between Center and Cortex. Best Livery Horses and ele gant vehicles at all times. Horses boarded. Hay and grain always on hand. LEGAL. SIMMON. In the IUtni;t Court Knnil .ludieial liri-t ii the County oe Maruiu, Territory of Ali- ZOlUi SAMUEL LOCKE. Plaiutifr. Aintint t DURVEA MILL WATER CO.. Ihfitit;uit. Action h-imtrht in tho IUtnct t'ourt of the Seraind Judici.il District in anl tor the County of Marioitt. In the Territory of Arizona. llielemtorvo Anxonn sand rreetinrto: Dnrvea Mill and Wnter Cotnpauy. Voa are hereby summoned and required Ut apiKw in an action brought afrainst you hy the ub-ve natn d plaintiff in the Dutriet tmrt of the .Second Ju dieutl fritrict in and for the County of Mari-pa in the Territory of Arizona, and answer tho complaint nitfU wiin ti e Clerk of thin Court nt Khenix, in suia Uounty within twentr davsft-x elusive of the day of service), after the servtre Uon you ot this summons, if served in ihU County; but If eived out of the County and within this District, then withiu thrty days; iu ill other cases forty da vs. or iudirment h- Hi. fault wilt be taken against you, according t the prayer ut said complaint. I he said action is hrouirht to recover the sum of One Thousand and fifty Dollars ( 1,000). al leged to be due aud owing from the defendant to the plaintiff for services rendered to the de fendant as Superintendent and 3lechauic. in the construction of and running the qunm mill of the said defendant during tliv y.nr ii77 ui.d unnioating January lutii, a, u. lc7w. J ue caiUrt ol aetion is fully set forth in h:s verified complaint on file herein, to which ret erence is hereby made tor further information, anil costs of suit. Andyouard hereby notified that if von feiil to appear aud answer the complaint as ahve required, the plaintiff will take judgment against you frr said sum of On Thonnand ami r nty jjollani (1,h.iU), and OMts and dibursc menU in this behalf expended. tiven under my hand, and the seal of tb sail District Court at Pheuix, this loth day of July, A, D, lr7d. r'KANCIS A. SHAW. Clerk. A. C. SwitT, Attornoy for Piaintiff. tflt?ir In the District Court. .Second Judicial Distrii-t in tlie C'trtinty of Naricnpa. Territory ttf Arizona MORTON M. BRirNKK, ) Plainti IT. i AiraiiKt Sw. nntTEA MILL at WATER CO. IefVndant. ) Action hrouirht in the District CNmrt. of tho Seend JudicuU District In and for the Couuty of Maricopa, in the Territory uf Arizona. l ne ieriitory of Arizona semis preetins; t Duryea Mill and Water Co. You a e hereby summoned ahd rrpiirei to appear in an aetion brought against you by the above named pla:n tirT, in tho District Court of the Second Judicial Distnet, in and for the County of Maricnitn,. in the Territory of Arizona, and answer the com plaint filed -with the Clerk of this Court at 11.-.-nix. in said County. a copy of which complaint accompanies this summons) within twentv davs ;exclusire or the day of service), after tlie sor rice upon you of this summons, if served in this County; but if served out of this Com1y and within this Distriid. then within thirty days: in all other cases forty diiys. or judrnient will be taken ajrainst you. ucurdiDg to the prayer of said complaiut. - The said action ts brooch t to recover the sum of One Thousand. Two Huodretl and Kiehtv one Dollars aod Seventy-five C'-nts. (tl.tf l 7A) alles;'d to be due and unpaid, from the defend anMo the plaiutifT for IuiiiIkt, sliinples and timber, sold and delivoicd U the said defe-nlam in tlie Cotinty off Marieopa. in the Territory of A .1 lk...u. k... A A .a t-.?T The cause of action is filly set forth in his TcriAed complaint on file herein . to which tvf ereoce is hereby made for further information, aod costs of su it. And you are hereby notified, that if you fail to appear and answer the complaint as a bo v. required, the plaintiff will UKe judgment 'rainst yon for the n-iid sum of One Tliotissnd. Two Hundred and Eitrhtv-one IoIIarsand Seventy-five Cents. (Sl.'aitl 7.r; and rou and dis burpements in this behalf expended fiiven under my hand aud the seal of the said District Court at i'honix, this 2uth day of Julv. A. D.f ie7S. FRANCIS A. SHAW. Clerk. A. C. fiWiFT, Attorney fi Plaintiff. In the District Court, Second Judicial Distriet in the County of Maricopa, Terri tory uf Arizona. J. B. HITCHCOCK l'intiff, 1 Airclnit ss DURYEA MILL &. WATER CO. J Defendants ) Action hnmirht in the District Court of the Second Judicial District in an i for th county of Marie--pa, la the Territory of Arixoua. The Territory of Arizona sends greetinif to Duryea Mill and Water Company. Yon aro he.eby summoned and roqu ired to appear in an action brought airainst you by the above named plaintiff in the Distric Court of the Second Ju dicial District inand for the County of Maricopa, in the Territory of Arimn. andansnrer the e.iu plaint filed with the Clerk of this Court at Phc nix. in said County within twenty days Cexcla sive ot the day of service) alter the serriceupou you of this summons, if served in this County ; but if served out of the County and within this District, then within thiity days; in all other cases forty days, or judgment by defo.nl. will be taken against you, according to the prayer of said complaint The said action is brought to recover the sum of .Six Hundred and Seventy Nine Dollar aad Seventy fire cents, C?b?9 7."). all"d to be duo from defendant to p'ain tiff upon an are -uni f.r work and labor a Master Mechanic aad builder during the year 1H77. The cause of action Is fully set forth in his verified complaiut on file herein to which ret-, eience is hereby made fur further information, and costs of suit. And von are hereby notified that jfjoufaijl to appear aad answer the complaint as above required the plaintiff will take .judgment airainst you for said sum of Six Hundred andt Seventy-Niac Dollars and Seventy 4to cents, (t?!4 13) and wosts and dibursenients in thia behalf expended. Given under my hand, .and seal of the said District Court at Pheoix, this Um itfth day of July, A. D. 17(i. ' FRANCIS A. Rn AW, Clerk. A. r. Swift Attorney for Plitkitiff. '-'4 1 rebate Xotice. In the Trokate Court of Maricopa eonnty. Territory of Arizona. Ix the Matter or Tiin Estate of Jons TV ShoemaKKK. Decease)!. Notice is hereby iriven by thenndersigned, Ad- miaidtrator of the Estate of John W. Shoemaker deceased, to the creditors of aud all persot a bavins; ckum against the said deceased , to t x-l htbit them with the necess.vy voueheis. within ten months after the first publication t.f this notice, to the said AHaiinisWtor, at his resi dence, one a ixl a half mils s-nth of the town f Thtenix, ia said County f Maricopa, aad Tar ritory of Arineia, or to John T. Alsap. Attor ney for said AHaMnistrator, at his office in said town of lbwix, A. T. C. II. Orat, Administrator of the Estate of John AY, Shoemaker, deceased. I 'hen. I. July 18, 187?. 23 AX The Call Torn In rim! Arixonn STGE COMPANY (ESTABLISHED lSfifi.) Cakkyixg tue U. S: Mail AND tTELLS, FARGO i CO'S EXPRESS. From Trewott via Wickeabnrs; and Ehrenl ft toDn Palmas, Cal. f St!ibeni Pacific II. K. Als froai Iresroa Tia Wickeoburg and I'litB To Florence, Arizona. 8tae;es leare lbcenix ever other day, exru days ia February and eren days ia Jrarcb. J. H. PlKltsox, Secretary, James Stewabt. Oenl Sur't, San Bernardino, CaL J. V. Collins, Ajtot, I'hu-ui. '