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SALT RIVER HERALD.
XF.W ADVERTISEMENTS. MISCELI.AXEOCS. MlsfEl.LAXEOL'S. M ISC ELL. IXEOCS. PUESCOTT. LEGAL. Matarday Urrcinbcr 21. l7i -, . The ;oI Jen Star .tliue. ' The Golden Star, (which lias jusl yielded a dividend) is situated HO miles northeast of I"lorener aud oO miles east ftf 1'bcnix, inthel'radshaw range of mountains. The course of the vein,, wiiieli uc jurtf in a slate for mation, is northeast a:d soulhwot. running with the stratification of the country. It crops out itoldly for 1,000 feet, and pitches northeast at ananjrle of 30 degrees, conformably with the slope of the mountain in which it is situated. The letljje matter for a dis tance of 403 feet below the cropping is so exposed that for a length ol 1000 feet it literally forms the face of the mountain; and for a much greater distance down it can be reached any where by sinking to a depth of from 15 to 00 feet. Under these conditions the ore can be mined at a mere nomi nal cost. This denuded portion of the ledge averages in thickness aliout five feet, and contains at the lowest calculation, 50,000 tons of ore. As a short tunnel run from the adjacent canyon would intersect the ledge at a depth of S00 feet, the cost of ore ex traction and drainage must for a long time be con lined to a very low figure. The ore here is a lively, auriferous quartz. The gold is so coarse and free that it shows readily to the eye, and the ore can le prospected in a very satisfactory manner by crushing in a mortar and washing with a pan of horn spoon. The mass of it assay.-, at the rate of SO dollars per ton. care fully selected pieces running up into the thousands. It is safe to estimate that this ore will yield 50 dollars 'per ton under the stamps. As it can be mined and milled for five dollars per ton, there would be a net profit of 15 dollar on every ton reduced, or a gross profit ol $750,000 on the ore already exposed in the mine, and which may be reasonably considered but a small precentage of the whole, as the lode occupies a true fissure aud will no doubt carry its ores down as far as it will be practicable to follow them. The gold is very pure, being worth 19 dollars per onncc, and so fn-c that the ore can be worked up to 00 per cent, of the fire assay, by simple mill pro cess. To say that the ore can In- min ed and milled at so small a cost im plies that the natural facilities for handling it are good, which is really the case, there being wood and water in fair supply in the immediate neigh borhood. There is not a more prom ising properly ,i;i all Arizona. 1'tiri jic Cvnt Mining Ileciett, for 173. Tllden Caught in the Toll. A. social event in Xew York re cently was the second wedding recep tion of Mr. and Mrs. James Mackin, given to their Xcw York friends in the W indsor hotel. Mr. Mackin is state treasurer of Xew York, and Ids bride was Miss Sallie liritton of St. Louis, daughter of cx-Mayor James II. Britton of that city. Among the company was Governor Tilden. The bride was taken into supper by ex Governor Tildyn. On again entering the parlor, Mrs. Mackin introduced Mr. Tilden to several of her friends, aad suddenly turning to a young lady in deiicate blue brocaded stlk, said: " Governor Tilden, allow me to intro duce you to Miss llazeltiuc, of St. Louis, the lady to whom you are en gaged, you know." Mr.Tildn, much embarrassed, hesitated and blushed at thus being brought face to face for the first time with the lady whose name has recently been so publicly connected with his, but on recovering himself he laughed over the widely circulated reports, and treated the whole affair as a good joke. The meeting .between these former stnin- "gers bad been anticipated with much, interest, and formed quite the event of the evening. A Berux correspondent states that the German government projxjsos sending to America men holding dan gerous socialistic dx-trincs, and warns Americans that only congressional legislation can prevent large numbers being shipped. Influential journals, noticing the fact, state that the dan. ger to our society is much greater from Uiis source than by any incurred by the importation ol (.'hint a-.-, and BUggest that the president notify the German government that dcortal:on ot dangerous socialists would be re garded as an unfriendly act. Every day we have evidence that the small boy has no soul. The other day a crowd gathered around a far mer whose wagon loud of butter and egtra were fast in a mud bole, and while some suggested thai he pull his horse gee, and others that he pull him haw, the ever.presnt small loy yell, cd, "It's no use, mister. Yer old horse ain't stout enough. Take him out an hitch in a roll ot yer butter." Tue Trinidad En terprue says: We are informed that the official order has been issued for the abandonment of Fort Union, New Mexico, at an early date in the coming spring. Fort Garland will also be abandoned, and the troops will take up their quarters at Cantonment Lewis, the. new post to be established near Pagosa Springs. Car Xo. 2257, of tho Southern Pa cific railroad, arrved at Yuma on the 8tll w ith 28,700 pouiuU of barley. J. D. Monihan's Livery, Feed and Sale Stables. Washington St., between Center and Cortcz. Best Livery Horses andelc- rr-l n t 1 11 tl of nil fii-ire Horses boarded. Ha' and grain always on hand. BEER. BEER. 'PHE FINEST ItKF.R. AI.K AM PORTER in Southern Arizena eta only b ibninid United States Brewery. One KXook Nout.i of Jlonihoi;? N table. flavin? received nil entire new outfit fur a complete brewery, we are prepare! to ftirnivb N,i1mi anil private families with any quanti fy desired the very best ilKElt, ALE and lUUTEK at prices that defy couipetitiou. Order deliver d to anr part of Fheniz and Ticiniiy FKEE OF CHARGE. Prompt attention fftvea nrdena eeeived throiifrb tiie pt olt.ee. llua't iaista the name aud location. 3u4 Boot and Shoe Montezuma St., Adjoining Magnolia Saloon. Boots, Shoes and Gaiter?, Mad to order of the best material and satisfa lion guaranteed. Also on band, an aMortment of boots of bis own make, so that 70a eaa be ftttf d at a mo ment notice. IILAIXE. HOUSE, SIGN and Carriage Painters. Opposite 1'Ueuix Ilrtel, in but Ming lately w cunied by A. M. Jtuies. HolSE AND SlOX PaisTWO, PaPEII Hancino, STAisrsr, and Grain inc. eatlv Dusk. Mixed paints prepared to order, and for tale la plan titles to suit. FBAXK. AHE. THE BALDWIN. Leading Hotel ! OF SAX FRANCISCO. And the m.wt ele&mntly apidnted hotel in the world, ovi-r :,.rMKHu6 having been expended by .Mr. Baldwin in it Tintrmtin and fumtfth inn. IIedtiarter Army and Navy. Speeial Atonmadt:tms fur Families mid large 1'ar tis Frio the same as at other tirst-eluM ho tels- $:i t S- per tiny. Seciul contract will be tii:tde for pemianent hoarders. The b.tel roaclit-s and rarri'ge in waiting1 at all boats and railway depots. Rooms cau be reserved before arrival In teU'trraph. JOHN A. KICK, Lessee. Formerly proprietor of the (irand Facile. Chi rviKK n; Photographs. THE VXPKR r NIXED CALT-S THE AT tention of the public to the fuct that lie is pre pared to execute all work in bis line in And class style. Also constantly on band a Bite as sortmvnt of views of ARIZONA SCENERY Stereoscopic ami 8x10 size, conufttinff in part of Government Foals, Aztec Kuias, Indians Cactus, and other Characteristic Scenery. At Luring' Bazar, Washington st., Fhenix ufi G. II. ltOTHROCK. HARNESS & SADDLERY IIATIST. OIT.SEI) A SHOP FOR THE mnnnfactnrv t.f HurneM and Saddlery. I am prepared to execute alt work in tha tiind in a FIKST. CLASS MANNER. Fnrnier anil tick men vill find it 1ao tbrir in terest to beatow thrir patrunaie npn ne, nl none but first claM work is tamed out at uiy estublabment. One bt.Mk aWive the tin sbop, and ailjuininfr tbe HKUAU) ollice. ni EllWAKI) O'COXNt U. Gunsmith and Locksmith. PIIENIX AKIZONA. Sfins MnrhinfM Itrpalrrd. Sicri:il attention pivpn to oppninj; mill n-pairinir safes, even wlien the (:inilin.i- tion U lost. , Sat isfact ion cuaranteed. Ojdcrs by mail will receive Siecial attention. T. W. Pakkek. Fresh Eilk. IS DEI.IVEUF.D 11Y THE lNIEUSIGNED to enstomera in Phenix anl vicinity daily. H.Tiog- a larire dairy tbroa tnilea nurtb of town 1 can lumish Milk FtTHhpr and Sweeter Than ran b.(lme by keeping your own eow. Giro me a trial' Orders left at the Postoffice Will Receive Prompt Attention. w. Lm osnoux. SAM WING. .VEV LAUND RY. Washing k Ironing Che.ip. POLISH INO XEATLY 1K)NE. Atlanta Htreet, Adjoining Goldwatrr's Uuildiaa;. t3 n3tf T. J. Morgan, Gurlor St.. one door eat Tost Otfice, Frescott....... Arianna DEALER IN DiaDionJf. Watches, Clockp. Jew elry and Silverware. Spectacles, Gold Pens and Pencils etc. Watchmakers and Manufuctiuing Jewele rs. All kinds of Jewelry and Silverware mnrfe from Na.irelld and Silver. Kneravines nt Tcrv description. Seal Presses, Kibbou Stamps. DUDLEY IIOUSE, Ourley St., Trescott. Arizona. A FIRST - CLASS IIOUSE OJJ THS EUKOPEAN TLAS. CV New and clean bets for lodgers and ele atit rooms for families. FRED. WIM.IAMS.Prop. Cracked Wheat and Barley. The undersigned reapeetfully ealls attention o the irrist mill of Wm A. Hancock now in operation In Plienix, and state that they are pieared to execute orders in large and small quantifies. Custom work chared for at the rulcuftweuty five cent per hnndreil pounds. . 1'. M. blaukarJ, oeuU Express and Delivery WAGON! JJAVlSO A WAOOX BIH.T EXTP.ES.SLY for the porpoav I am prepared to do anything in tbe aliove line. Furniture moving a specialty, Or.lers loft on the slate at the Magnolia sa louu will receive prump attention. J. MA UK I.F.V. Mt-KENNEY'S Lunch Room. OVKTF.RH. AT M( KKXXKY'H LUT(Jir ROOM. OPKX AM. XIOIIT. (IIHKKV. "LUOOj ioun S.A3XX3M K Beans for Sale. pROM AXr AFTER TO DAY THE ITS- d-rsigned will hare on hand for sale a large quantity of BEANS of the fluest piHlily for sale in quantities to suit at the following piice; Retail - . . -12 1-2 cents. ?y tlic sack - - 8 cents. 1000 jioumls or over - 7 1-2 cents. OTERO 4 BLAKE. At the Meat Market sonth of the HeraMi of fice and adjourning the Rot and Shoe store. Carpenter Shop. Jobbing ol all k'nds promptly attended to and and on tbe most REASONABLE TERMS. Contract work a specialty. Estimates furnish ed on application. Workuhop in tbe rear of the store of A. Gold berg's store. AV. K. M OR KIM. PALACE SALOON JOHN LABAUU - rnopmETOK Washington Strsst, Phenix. "1TONB BUT THE BEST" IS TDl MOTTO Whiebhas tseurid to this farorita astaalisb ment its well deserred popularity. In tha fu. turn, as in tha past, my patrons will ba serred NONE BUT THE BEST" WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS. "NONE BUT THE BEST" And most skillful attendants are employed to administer to the wants of the gentlemen who faror me with their patronage. The loc ition, between the Postoffice and fourthoute, is the most eoarenient in the town ; to this, as in all ther respects, I will hara '"OE BUT THE BEST" Restaurant Capital Block, Phenix. BEST EATING IIOUSE In The Salt River Valley. Our Tables arc always sup plied with the best to be obtained in the Market. Polite Attention Paid to Ciuents 8 C. Salaki, Fkop'u. BOVEN'S Yeast Powders. We the and'rs'gned Wholesale grocers tae pleasure in remarking the increased demand lor liowen's Premium Yeast Powder, and of te tifying to tbe general satisfaction ifiren br this Itr.ind: WEI. I.MAS. PECK & CO. ROOT Si SAXIlEltso.V. I.EIIES, WIHPPI.E & CO. StKIIIl'S Jt CO. II A AS IlltOS. TAllElt. HAUKEK Sl CO. J. M PIKE Si CO. J. A. FOI.GEIt & CO. NEWTON". BROS. & CO. W. W. UOIXiE &CO. M I I.I.I KIN Itl'.OS. CASTLE UROS. KKi;K Jfc EL'LER. JONES Jc CO. M. EHUMAN- Si CO. ADAMS, MrNEII.L Sl CO. F. DANF.Itl & CO M. C. MANOEI.S. TII.I.MANN Sl BENUEL.' ALBERT MAU CO. 1IOOTII Si CO. ALLEN St LEWIS. DEI.I.EPIAXE Sl CO. THOMAS JENNINGS. S. FOSTER Jt CO. B 0 W E N BROS. MANUFACTURERS. j 10 California Street, San Francisco BOWEN KNOAVLES & CO. l'rcr-cotr, Agents for Arizona- The Bradshaw Mountains IS OUR PLACE OK BUSINESS. DOX'T GO TO For we will sell you goails BIGHT AT TOUR CABIN DOOK FOil LESS MONEY ! Than you can liay at Troscott ami tninspnrt tfeem home. We have tletxits at Gilctte, Tip-Top and Teok District. Mining Men take Notice And save the bother of packing. Tii Loss cn Time, and Actual Cash, by buying of ANDRES & ROWE. Tha Magnolia Saloon. BRIMSON k CO. PMfrMsrs Wa would resaectfully aotify the aublio that wa hare opened a Salosn in tbe new FRAME BUILDING on tha Corner of Washington and Montezuma, Streets. Th. Tybest nn!ity0f Wines, Liq.ors nd Ciffars alway on bend and sold at prices to sait she times. Civs ns a call. 10-tf J.A.Miller & Co. MiMILLENVILLE, ARIZONA DEALERS IN General Merchandise. OKOCERIES, PRY GOODS. CLOTH INO, HOOTS AND SHOES HATS, UAI'S, TINWARE, HARDWARE. OLASSWAKE, CHOCKEItY. Cigars, Iron Tobacco, Steel, Powder & Fuse. AIM A full line of COOKI-VC, and I1EATIXO STOVES, and llullow Ware, which we offer at Heu Rock Puices for cash Our stock of Wines and ! Liquors are unsurpassed. As W0 bttv for rash and nn (K nmi terms, wa feel conn-lent that no house in the : W..1 ran ,nn.l..l,l, ... i- - I i SIISERS'OUTFITS A SPECIALTY I slCall and sea ns and be conTiDccd-i f B0 m.a I New Saw Mill. Two and one-lialf miles south, of Prcscott. Having now convicted, and in full operation, my now Saw 51 ill, I am prepared to fill or ders for Merchantable, Clear, Surfaced and Rustic Lumber Matched Flooring. Casings, Mouldings, Paneling and Shingles OF THE FINEST QUALITY In short, everything in my line for the construc tion of FIRST - CLASS BUILDINGS TEIHW: Cnsh on lcllvery. All orders sent by mail, or through the merchants prompt attention. Geo. AV. Curtis. V. 11. I'AKKr.K. C. A. r.MIKKII. .l. li. WII.EV- Clipper Lumber Company TUB CLIPPER MILLS Ll'MBRU COMPANY, hav established a new LtTMHER YAKI on tbo wt pu of Granite Crek. corner MuCurniiok and Giirl-y Htrovtg, in Iresoutt. where the proprietor will altrava bare on hand all kinds of Ilniliiin,' Lumber. Having- just added Planing ami Shingle Macbiue, wa ara now prepared to furnuu Dressed Lumber, Shingles, T.tc Etc.. Err.. AT THE LOWEST LIVING RATES. The Mills are situntrd in the finest body of ;n.K : : ... , , - . , ... ..... . u . dji cuunij-, ana pari SEASONED LUMBER. ALWAYS OS HAND. J" Particular attention s;iTen to orders Tsr CI.KAK LUMBER, and bills will he Ailed with lisratrh. r . O. I'AHKEU, Manafer. PHENIX Flouring Mills. Northwest Corner Montegunia aud Jefferson Streets. Cm;tL , WnfllcHV . PrftHC EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR. 4RAIIAlf FI.Ol It, CRACKED WHEAT, CORY MEAL, CAOP FEED, IS RAX, SHORTS, Etc. All of which is kept con stantly on hand for sale at LoAest prices. This mill is supplied with new and improved ma chinery, and second to none 'for manufacturing a choice ftrrifl "l Hull's I-tbcrni Trice poid for M heat. Proposals tor the Care of Indigent Sick. Sea!el proposals will be received at the of fice of the Oonty Itemirtler. Maricoiot Couuty until the fimt Monilny in Junmtry. Ir70. tor the t.nnpce. lotticing- and metto-al treatment of the loiliipen: Sins, of the County t,t M:mni anil Terri:ory afuresai! for tiie rurreut vear. By order of the Hoard of Siix:rri4r4. W. F. M XI I. I V, Clerk. Treasurer's Notice. NOTICE J hereby p'ren that I will ml-eni upon pri-iwututton. at the f.flice f IheCiKimy '! reaur-r of Marinipa e..iiiity. wnrratiH on the general fun 1 f maid w mt y, X. 4., 4$, iVJ,5l, jJ. aVI. .V. 5 i. 57. , ill, ). of the i-eriea f IHH, and that interest will toj on said war rant ai this date. FRANCIS A. SHAW, Treatuier. Pheonix. A. T Derember 14, IHTl?. 18 hunimonN. Id the Juitife Court of Phenix PHc'nct. ta tlir Coiin-y f M irirt'pa. T. rrit.'rv of Arizona. It. P. llilan J. P. E. K linker. PiaimitT L'ain-t A. M. June, defendant. The Tenilory t Arizona fends j?reetitur ki A M. Janes de findant. You are hereby summoned to apear r.ef re meat my office ai Phenix jn tb- County of Maiicona, A. T., on the 1:1th d.iy if February A. 1., r?j, at 1U o . lock ,. m , jn an action brought nr m nst you by said plaintiff to answer the eoiuphuiit of the aUtve named plaiutifl'. Said action it brought to recover Ninety one dollars and )-U d..l!ar; which sum is c .in-o-ed of ntiioiiut due me on iudiid,il ac- ouiitsniiil njisit-neii to ine by Mrs, ll.trid Moore and Thomson fc Co. or judgement will he taken Biri.ii ft you f.tr tiie si id a mount. tyeih wiili costs ot this s-iit. if y-m fail to ap. ear and answer. To the Sheriff or any Ctntalle of said County, tirt-eiinjr: M.ike Injla service and tue return hereof. (riven unili-r my hand tbi 1-ith day ot December A. I. le.B. It. P. Mll.AMis. A Justice of the Peace of said Township ' PUBLIC SALE. Notice of Admiuis rator sale of Heal Estate: Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of an order or the 1'rotate Cuuit ut the County of Marie .pa. Territory of Arizoaji, made on the -.0th day ot July. A. 1. Itf.d. in tbe matter or the estate of William ltuwe, deceased, the un dei signed, the administrator of the Said estate, willsell at public auction, to ih biuhest bidder ftr cab, and subject to cmf rmuiiou by said l'ndmte Court, on Monday the tTJd day o D ceinlwr, A. U., P-7i, at U u'chk p. m, at the Cuiirthotie la town of Phenix Count v of Jtlar ieua, all the rght, title, interest and es tate of the said Wiil am It .we. at the time of his death, ami all the riglr, title and interest that the nid estae of the said William Howe at the time ot his death, aad all the right, title, and iutere-.t of the said estatr has by ienitiuu of law or otherwise acquire.! other then or in addition to that of the said. William Howe at the time f his death, in and to uu nndiviiied on half ot that certain mine railed tbe 'Lion." Aa undivided one-quartt r (.14) iuterest in the led ere or lode of tptartz known ns tbe 'Kncken sacK," and an undivided oue-half (1-3) interest in the is tar lode, bituate )yirrand being in the Cave Creek Mining li.tiict, Mwricopa County, Territory of A.izona. Terms anil conditions of wile: fash in U. S. curreucy attiMe of aaleor (WiJ davs time io approved security. iced at the excuse of puichuser. Fuantik A. Shaw- Administrator of the estate of William ttowe, det:ea-ed. l'heulx, December 7th. 1878. Treasurer's Notice. Notice is hereby given that there is now la the .Sinking; Fit'id ol Maricopa county the sum of SJOj );, and that bids will be icceived by the uudersigned uuitl 'J o'click 1. M.r iSaturday the lUst inst. for the sarrenderof County War rants on ike Genera! r'und ot said count r, un der and a-c,.rding to tbe prevision of an act ef tbe Legislature ot the Tcnitory of Arizona, en titled an "Act to facilitate the j a ment of tbe debt or Maricopa count v." approved Fcbruarv yth, ic77. ' Hid must be in tbe form of sealed proposals and contain the warrants proposed to be sur rendered and be marked "linking Fund." &o bid will be received for niore than the par val ne of tbe warrant prop.ed to be surrendered. FUANCI8 A MIA W, Treasurer. -lhenix, A. T December 7th, 187b. AKD Lumber Yard. THE ATTENTION of every one is iBrited. " ' AVc sell all kintls of lumber for CASH. Wc sell all kinds of lum'jer for Barley. We sell all kinils of lumbar for Flour. We sell all kinds oflumber cheat. 200,000 feet of lumber in town. 500.009 feet at onr Mill. Iteiiiember We never refuse cash. CLARK &' ADAMS, Prcscott. H. S. FITZGERALD & CO. YI'MA, Arizona. Forwarding Merchants. Prompt shipments of all freight coa siuetl to our care. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS," General Merchandise, Of every Description. E" We cannot be Undersold for cash vol-2-nl -' WEEKLY BULLETIN Contains all the S in Francisco, Stat and Coast lVews ot the week, while its extensiv eurrespondeaceaDd volamiuons dispatches keep ite leaders advised of all important events of the world. The MERCHANT, the MINKR, the MKCUAMC. and the FARMER cannot af ford to be without it. Its Financial articles, Min in(r stock and Market reports ara accurate, and it Agricultural Department is made an Impnr ant leature. Sinple subscriptioD. $3 per year; six months Sl 50. Clubs of ten or more, to one ad drew, will furnished at 6 2 40 per opy per yr, and one copy free to the party getting op be Club.