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HE SCENI VOL. 4. NO. 5. WHOLE NO. 121. PHCENTIX, MARICOPA COUNTY, A. T. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1879. NEW SERIES NO. U. p :i The Herald. Published eveiy Saturday and Wednesday. GOSPER & MoCLINTOCK, PKOrF.IETORS. Stbscbiption Rates: One copy one year. - -One conv six months, - - -By carrier, in fhcenix. per month, -Adtertisiso Hates: )ne inch, one insertion, "C....V. ant,. Annan! IncuPttnn $5 00 a 50 50cts $2 00 1 00 Professional cards, per month. 1 50 rs3vr v W Pn kn In nnr Authorized Azent in San Francisco. PROFESSIONAL. II. It. PATBICK, C 1 -v i 1 I n.K inter Deputy C 8 Mineral Surveyor for Arizona. Ornci-With W. A. Hancock Phamix, A. T. BEXJ. noRGAs; Attorney and Counselor at X.aw, Tucsrn, Arizona. All law business will receive prompt and careful attention. J. A. ZABRI8KIE. B. n. BEntPOKO. HEBEFOBD & ZABRISKIE, Attorney and Counselors at Law And Sotary Tublic. Office on Myers street, opposite Palace Hotel. Tucson, Arizona. It. 1a hossox. m. i. Physician and Surgeon. (Graduate of the University of Va.) Offers his professional services to the people of Phuix and vicinity. Ofnce N. W Corner Val i sirton and Center Street, op posite the Post Office. I. 11. COX. A. C. BAKKK. COX Jfc BARER, Attorneys at Law. Pbcsnix, A. T. Oinee, np-stairs, in Capital building, on Washington street. jr. XV. STEPIIEXSOX, Attorney at Law, Phcexix Arjzoka II. JL. COX V Kits. Pnysleian and tturgeon. (Late of Visolia, Cal.) Office on Washington street, two doors fram Montezuma. JULIUS V. VAX sivca, Attorney and Counselor at Law, McMillcnville, Maricopa Co.. A. T. Will practice In all the courts of the Terri tory. . T. AISAP, Attorney and Counselor atSTnw, .Phcenix. Arizona. Ail ni!n'ss promptly attended to. Office itn l District Attorney. ruOBATR JTJIXiE. NOT ART rt'BLIC. WJl. A. HiXCOCK, Attorney at Law, Ph-jenix, A. T. Ear-Tind bubiness in all departments a specialty. JOIIX L. USEftdi. M. IK Ihj-slian, Surgeon A Aeonehrr. References withont permission: F. M. Cockrill. ir. S. Senator, Mo.: Col. John T. Crisp. Democratic Bominee for Conirress from- Missouri. Office two miles south Ilay d':l.B Ferry, Arizona. It LAKE A CO, ASSATERj . Ooid dust, gold and silver bnlliou and ores of every description melted and assayed. All assays guaranteed. Prices of ore assays: Silver and srold, $3; lead, $3; copper, $5. Samples can be Bent by mail or expross, and returns will be promptly made. Office with Wells, Farzo A Co.. Prescott. MEETING NOTICES. 55ASOXIC XOT1CE. a ARIZONA I.OTf?K TT. T). jr. & A. M Xf Retmlar communication on the r third Tuesday of each month at 7-W r. yt. Sojourning brethren are fraternally invited to attend. J. T. ALSAP, W. 31. J. B. CREAMER Secty. BUSINESS CARDS. PIONEER BAKERY ! Washington Street. Northeaet Corner of the Plaza., Twelve Loaves for One Dollar. Fruit Cakes and Pastry of all kinds, for Oedding parties, etc.. prepared to order. OTTO GEISESHOFER, E. T. Lowell, CARPENTER & PLASTERER All work ia the above line promptly auendd to. East and of Washington street, one block beyond the Phsuix hotel, and directly op posite the building of A. W ormser. 88-if LUMBER!! GREGORY & WILEY, Having made arrangements with a Lumber firm, in San Francisco axe now ready to furnish LUMBER, SHINGLES, DOORS WINDO WS AND MOULDING, And in tact everything in our Line. CHEAPER THAN EVER SOLD IS THIS MARKET. S300 I - 6a'Bwi, 1. a day made at home by the in dustrious. Capital notreqnir. women, boys and girls make money faster at work for us than at anything else The Work is liirht n.1 nl-o-,.,,, . - r, -. ., aln. sum gB UD V- one can go n;;Iit at. TUose who are wise wuosee this, notice wiil send us their ad dresses at once and tea lor themselves. .ost.y outfit and terms Iree. 2sow is the time. T nose already ut work .are laying up JS sums of nioarv. Anting, JjiliE Ji C,. .ao;ui-a. JIxui.1. MISCELLANEOUS. Big Bug Station, YAVAPAI CO., A. T. 27 Xiles from Prescott and SO Miles from Phoenix, on the ' Black Canyon Koad. Having purchased the above station, the traveling public will always find meals, grain and bay at all times. A bar, with a good stock of liqnors on hand. 8XVIER.3IIJXC"V Jt CO. Boot and Shoe Maker. Washington street, adjoining the Store of Castancda. Fashionable Boots and Shoes of the best material made to order in elegant style. Perfect Fits Guaranteed. X irlve mv entire attention to enstom made work, and I have every facility for giving entire satisfaction. Send in vour orders. H. L. GEHftlAfi, Practical Boot & Shoe' Maker. Boots and Shoes, MADE TO ORDER, AND REPAIRING NEATLY DONE ryShop at Waterman's Tin Ftaop. ice! ice!! LOUHT BROS., Will deliver ICE to any part of the city at the following rates; Ten Poan-.ls and over per day. Six Cents per Pound. Cnder. Ten Poundx per day, stien i.pms per ruunu. Leave orders at the Factory, or with E Oanz, Washington street. 95 tf EVIEAT, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, GRAND CENTRAL MARKET. Corner Center A. Washington (Diagonally opposite Rostofflce,) t-BEEP, VEAL, MUTTON, LAMB and PORK and all meats served as required Delivered to any part of the city free of cuarge. BALSZ & KELLY, Phoenix. T- A. Waterman HAS OPENED A NEW Tin Shop. Opposite the Post-ofRe. Prompt attention given to Repairing and Job Work. A large assortment of Tin and Shout Iron ocnBtantly oc band Sis elders" (VIATERBAL. The undersigned has jnst received a lwe and complete assortment of DOOIW, HASH. liI.IXIHt. and WISDOW9 Which are of a better quality and will be sold cheaper than at the Saab Pactry in Prescott. Al! orders promptly attended to. Adan street, one-half block north of the Herald office. I. 4'4kll-',f. VI STAR BARBER SHOP. FELIX DEES, Shaving 15 cents. Formerly -with W't'Ham Stnreubnrs ha fitted tvp a Barber Shop opposite the Herald Office, where he wiil he pleased to fee hi numerous fr;nd? and the public in EenerRl. t-bj.vinc. SnmpooinfT and JTair ISOtl; MISCELLANEOUS FALL IMPORTATION DRY GOODS. L. BIEN, 34 J Street, S.4CR.VMEXTO. Has jnst received a full stock of the latest style of Fall Goods, Consisting of CAMEL'S HAIR, CASHMERE, MTJMI-CLOTH. SATIXS & SILKS ALSO STRIPED BROCADED SILKS AND SATINS. These gooda are all direct importa tions, and can therefore be sold at the very Lowest Prices. Black Silk at 75c, $1 and $1 25 Heavy Black Silk Lining, VELVETS AT SI SO A5D 81 75, Striped Corduroy, the very latest at $1 25. Splendid quality of JO-IXOH BLACK CASHMEKE, Warranted all Wool, at "5c and $1. 33 Inch wide, 50c. A splendid line of vroo? dress-goods in all the new shades at 20 and 25c. It will pay well for every lady to send for sonifies before buying else where. Ladies will bear in ruin J that it takes but Three Days for a letter to reach cacramento, and I nree the time only Six i)jys a. together. Addrrss Letters 224 J street, Sacramento, Cat. 'A sent for OGJSESTIC PA PUIS FATTEKX Notice. Having establ:shed a'Furcl:a-iDg Agei cy, JHR. L. BIEX will give his personal attoition to all orders of any Kind, such as Boots ana fiioes, rur niture.Groceri' s Crockery, Carpets, Jlillimri' Good:;, etc. WOODHEAD ri, Los Angeics, Cal. GEO, F. COATS Pho?nLs, A. T Wholesale and Retail PEAI.5BS IK ALL KlNDS Or Fruit & Ornamental Trees, Flower, & Gakden Seeds, Plants, Bitlbs, Green & Dried Fruit, Bctter, Honey, Lard, Canned Goods etc. Soie Agent for the Celebrated Star Cheese. Bnyingand Shipping our fruits direct from tne orcniirds. and having our own teams, leaving Maricopa, immcdioteiy alter t he ar rival of the traiu, three times per week, we are able to furnish our customers the best and Freshest Fruits, Butter, Eggs, Etc., The California HarkO affords. BANK EXCHANGE HOTEL. Washington street opposite Plaza, Phoenix. the E. GANZ Proprietor. This new hotel is now open for the accommodation of the traveling public. The rooms are well ventilated and handsomely furnished in suits and single, superior accommodations for families. The aim of the propri etor will bo the comfort and wel fare of his guests. Rooms Reserved by Telegraph Billiard Table and Bar Connected with the Houss. Only the Finest Uquors & Cicjars, PRIVATE CARD ROOMS. The principal E.istern, California and Arizona paper3 kept on file. A share of tlie public patronasg is o!ieitf; . E. IRVINE & CO. 111 HE UNTIX, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, I 79 In the meantime we -A AUCTION Remember m w not be u By any N PHCENI PHCEftllX AET GALLERY Southwest Corner of Plaza. rriHE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING COM K uleted bis new Gaflcrv. te low tre pared to execute all work in bin Hue in the best tv!e ana at reasonable rates. A complete assortment of ARIZONA SCENEKY alwavs on hand. A full line of Picture Frames and Mould- in . Pictures framed to order. ti. II. ROTHROCK. White & Waiters KEEP A FIRST-CLASS On Washington Street, Phoenix. Imported "Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Cheap Livinj Board reduced to $6 00 per week. Single Meals - 37 cents. Board by the day - $1 at the Cosmopolitan Restaurant. ARCADE BREWERY SALOON, Citlmt i'Js-is at XibSiift in Town. Suprjed wjth J3ottJe4 or Kes Beer. Cbolca WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS 27 Come everybody and enjoy comfort. C. A. LUKE, Jos. Til AT. H KIMEIt, Businebs jlanaer' 1 roiTielor. g M ostponed 5 will sell off our present T- PRICES ti Store X. LUMBER! LUMBER! ! -AT- Clark & Adams SAW 3IILL, AXD YARD, PKE SCOTT, ARIZONA. Having moTed onr mill Ave miles vest of rrescott. on willow CreeR. JSear Tunrao Bntte, at a point within two miles of the Miller road, near Iron Springs, and having completed an excellent road to the Miller road and to Prescott, we are now prepared iu xurui&n any umauni or quality UI LUMB EE, Shingles, Doors, Sash, LATHS, ETC.. AT BEDROCK PRICES. Barley, Flour. Corn and Produce Taken in exchange for Lumber. CLARK & ADAMS. Geo. E. Lobxso, Acent, Phoenix, A. T. SALT RIVER Flouring EVSill. C. II. TEIl, Prop. The Largest and B est Mill in the Territory. , OFFERS FOR SALE ALL THE BEST GRAPES OF FLOUE la quantises to suit purchasers Tto foUvyw:B branj; coasiastly on haad: tli IIA KAJI1LY EXTRA 8UVERFIXS, GKAKAM. OKACEED WESAT. ALSO j3ron. Skorts and Middlings. O PECTAL ATTENTION 1KVITED TO N V XXX Kamily Flour. Every sank of wh'ch Id guaranteed equl to tbe best manufactnied In ihe Territory or moaey refuuded. Hnvi a larfirs titock of hand, parc&asere will do weU 10 give mt) a cali b fore purchasing o'sev here. E-PRICSS LOW J Uijr'ieat Trice P S THE LOTVEST. HI far Ti lieat: THE PHCENIX HERALD SE3II-TEXLY EDITIOX. tSatnrdaj,' September SO, 1879, FACTS ABOUT THE TIGER From One Who Knows About the Mine. All Great Expectations as lo Future of the Mine. the What a Herald" Reporter Learned. Mr. A. P. Allen, the genial 1 igcr mine man, not Laving the fear of a newsDaDer interviewer before his eyes, stopped, on his -way to Mari copa, in Phoenix, Wednsedny. For his temerity he was promptly beset by a limb of the Herald, and, in the interestfli those concerned in the condition of the mines of cur Territory, catechised with the fol lowing result Reporter: Mr. Alien, I have called to get whatever information you can give me regarding the mines in your vicinity, in general, and the Ti.qrer, in particular? Mr. Allen: Very well. I am always happy to give any informa tion in mv Dower which can be of any value to the public. Reporter: To lead off with, how are you progressing in developing the Tiger? Mr. Allen; Splendidly, we have just sunk a shaft to a depth of three hundred and fifty feet, and have nearly completed a station at that point; we are also progressing finely with the level, and have every rea son to expect to be into the vein at a depth of forty feet, inside of sixty days at the furthest, provided no obstacle other than lack of water in tervenes to prevent operations. Reporter: This dearth of water will be something of a drawback in working the mine, will it not? Mr. Allen : No, I think the disad vantages arising from a scarcity of water, under which we are now laboring, will totally disappear by the time we have struck the vein, as every day we are cutting small water seams in the strata througn which we are working, and which combining will give us all the water we wiU require by the time we are in the vein. Reporter: What amount of ore are you taking out at present, and what is its quality ? Mr. Allen: "We are now taking out about twelve tons daily, which will pay about one hundred and fifty dol lars to the ton. Reporter: Have you any ore on hand ? Mr. Allen: Considerable. Vt'e have about two thousand tons on the dump, which on account of the quantify of ore we have taken out of the new shaft we have been unable to crush. Reporter: That js a pretty big pile to have on hand, is it not? Mr. Allen: Yes, it' alone would keep the men employed for the next four months. Reporter: How many men are there at present employed in the Tiger? Mr. Allen ; About forty. As a gen eral thine: we work from ten to twelve days out of every fifteen, and are forced to lay of the other days by reason of having no water. Repofter: Candidly, Mr. Allen, what is the general opinion existing in your section, as regards the rich ness of the Tiger as a mine? Mr. Allen : Well, every indication so far leads all who have had any expeiience in mining, and who have examined the mine to but one con clusion, and that is that it will not only hold out but improve as we go down, as it has done since ws worked As for me I know that if the mine improves, ana I nave every reason to believe it will, in the next hundred feet as ft has done in the last, we have most emphatically a very rich. mine. Only Tuesday we struck a five foot deposit of very rich ore. Reporter: How are thaothesraincj In your neighborhood making out? Mr. Allen: J boljeve t)j3 Gray Eagle is dojng a Jittlc, and the Peck mill will, I have heard, start up in a Jjart whileV" Millner & Watson's mi 1 turned outils third bar tf silver bullion. this we-k roin Silver Era ore. Weight 13V7 1-3 czs. 933 lies. Vuiue" i,i a TERRITORIAL ITEF..S. E E JjcrlQwe is Indian trader at San Carlos. " Considerable prospecting i3 going on in th e silver district. A new paper is to be started in Tombstone by Messrs. Fay & Co. The Grand Jury of Pima County found twenty indictments; two of which were lor murder. The Messrs. Parker of Prescott received an order for 20,000 feet of lumber for Fort McDowell. " The postoflice at Aztec Pima coun ty, has been discontinued and Oliver P. Kimbcrly appointed postmaster of Tubac Pima county, and Louis Thorn of Williamsons Valley, Yavapai county. David Balsz's herd of cows warn driven through Globe on Monday. They will be distributed among t!:e Indians at San Carlos. Capt. Ilaskill, Aid-dcCavnp to Gen. Willcox, arrived in Globe on Wednesday, and left for San Carlos and the military posts west, on Fri day. Citizen: Mr. A. G. Ryan, of thf Cosmopolitan, recently executed to J. K. Luttrell and E. 3. Ferric, rf San Francisco, a bond for the Hoi. land mine, Patagonia District. Tlio sum to be paid, if the property is taken, is 00,000. Arteorxrii: Mr. Coles Lash ford and Miss Ettie Parker, young people of this town, have come to an under standing. The day on which they are to become husband and wife is fixed. They are to be manied on th 17 inst., at the M. P.. Church, Wct Prescott. Com-ncrcial: Mr. E. S. Elassdell. w ho recently returned from Mineral Park, Arizona, brought back about $5,000 in gold bullion. He reports the examining of a mjnera! belt li) miles in length, and has great faith ;n that territory as a mineral produc er. He will return ft about two weeks. Mr. E. S. Junior, familiarly known to all old-time proiptctcu-z iL-Eikck .. Jack arrived per burro, from Brad shaw and reports to the Arizona everything running along smoothly in that camp, and that he is still en gaged in sinking on his Cougar mine which he says is locking first-rate. Sentinel ; A tine lot cf machinery for the Western Mining Company of Tombstone, passed through Yuma, consisting of mortars, settlers, etc., two large boilers with steam drums and an immense smoke stack over three feet in diapieter. They vrn made at the Fulton Iron Works, at San Francisco. The weight of the lot is 81,850 pounds. Sentinel: By Friday's train cnrr.e an invoice cf woolen goous for Messrs. Wcish & Leskisky cf Silver City, Jfcv Mexico. Wc noticed a short time sinco another shipment for New Mexico, which being Cali fornia quicksilver was easily explain ed, but that eastern goods should ccrno through California to Xew Mexico," seems unusual. Citizen: Major J. H. Stc.U left by coach to-day for the Tima agency, where he goes to transler to his suc cessor, Major Ludlum. Mr. Stout has had eharge oi the Pima Indians for over eight years and will vacate the office much respected by his In dians, his Department and by our citizens. He wiil return and in l!1 probability remain in Tucson. Citizen: C. E. Harlow iz in Tucson from San Carlos, where he holds the position cf Indian trader. The Apaches are all happy, so Mr. Har low says and Captain Chaffee is suc ceeding nicely in his administration . The old system of Indian pol;.--e is continued and there are no seldk ra at the Agency. Tho couunuscriea are full of flour, barley, sugar, etc. . so that Agent Chaffee had to tele graph the contractor not to send any more flour at present. This is as it ought to be, and there is now no dan ger of trouble. Ex-Agent Hart will be in town in a clay or two. Citizen: Our readers will be gin J to learn that Capt. James A. Mcor-V at least all ' of them acepaigttd with him, ha3 excellent prospects for an immense mfne in the Globe District. It is the Chromo, which he and Dr- vid Beardsley have been pystemat jcally developing for the pust year and a half. They have for mouthi past been driving a tunnel which 13 now n an ore body of great width, and of gufflciectly high grade to pay in that district at this time,' expen- sltfe as everything is and will be until it is made more easily acces sible by good roads. Capt. Moore is one of the oldest, most useful and c." eretic pioneers cf Arizona-."