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THE PH(ENIX HERALD. BE3II-TVEEELY EDITIOX. Saturday. Septeinbt-r 2, 1S79. TRIUMPHANT TOMBSTONE What is bsing Dans in this nsw District. The Great Waalth of "the Tomb stone and Corbin Mines. A Truthful Description of tficirWorth. The mineral resources of the "West em portion of this continent have been wonderfully developed within and for variety and richness are unexcelled by those of any other country on the globe. Tht great interest is taken in the subject of mining in general is not to be wondered at, when we take into consideration the immense deposits of aold and silver found in Arizona, Colorado, Kevadr, California and oiher States on the Pacific slope, and the wealth that has already heen ob. ts.ined from quartz mining, and that promises to be of limitless produc tion in that most wonderful land. The Tombstone and Corbin mines of Arizona are among the more recent bonanzas that give encouragement ot immense profits to their lucky etockholders. They are respectively owned by the Tombstone Mill & Mining Company, both of which are incorporated under the laws of Ari zona, with a capital of $5,000,000 each, divided into 500,000 shares of $10 per share. The organization ot these companies was made in Do comber, 1878. On the Tombstone mine there is a ton-stamp mill, and there has been sent to market since its erection in June of the present year, the sum of $108,000 in bullion. One dividend of ten ceuts per share has been made by the company, but future dividends will remain in abeyance until after needed working expenditures hare been provided for. It is expected tht after October, continuous divi denria will bs paid oa the aviliable product as fast as the ore is ttrned into bullion. Both the above mines are true fissure veins with an extra ordinary amount of ore in sight, and which is estimated at the valua of $5,000,000. The Tombstone mine wiu opened up in March of last year and is at the present depth of 115 feet. Both mines are very valuable and they wiir average $150 to the ton. The Corbla mine has a fifteen stamp mill in the course of erection, and his been worked to the depth of about 300 feet and shows a good vein at that deplh. The average cost or production, including milling, is $15 per ton, which includes every -expense counting the wood at $8.50 per c-rd, and there is plenty to be ob tained at thet price. One mill is run .by the water power of the San Pedro river, the other is ft tteam ia:H. The above Mines are perfectly accessible by good roads and are sit uated iu one of the richest mining districts of Arizona. . No stock has been offered for sale in this market, but,the-Company will soon be prepared to sell a limited amount to those persons who have capital to invest in a profitable enter prise wliich is already beyond the reach of disastrous casualties ; the mines requiring nothing more than proper aud economical develrpment to i.n.- ure their stockholders iqouee returns. The directors of both mines are men of energy and honorable stand ing. Thosa who act for the Tomb. ttae Company are ex-Governor A-P. K. Saffrrd, Richard Gird, A. E. Schieffelin, E- L. SchieSdia and Hamilton Disston; and for the Cor ia Company, Ex-Governor A. P. K. Sttfford, Richard Gird, A. E. SciieS lin, Frank Corbin and E. A. Corbin. Ex-Governor Safford is President of both Companies and D. C. Tield, Secretary. Their office is room 30 in the new Bond Building at 115 Broad, w, this city. 2xo York Trada Re porter. -r, ' O CBVCDtracd Food For Horses. It is known that the Rsian and Prussian Government have adopted a kind of biscuit for horset contain, ing much nutritive matter in small volume. According to La Nature, the biscuits are formed of the meal of oats, peas and lindseed. The va rious combinations have been studied with care, and a mixture has been obtained such that one kilogramme of it is equivalent to five kilogram. Dies of oat. It has been found that horses bear fatigue better and are cure vigorously when fed with these biscuit than when fed with cats. The biscuits can be threaded logctb. v by means of an iron wire; thus a horse may carry its own ;od for four or five days. During the late war with Turkey, RussiavsedSO.OOO.. 000 or these biscuits acfl the rees were so good hat -the fiuthorUra have continued their use ia iae &i pcs.ee. . . Cherry Creek Mine. Miner: Mr. A. M. Smith, Super intendent and General Manager of the Golden Era Mining Company, came in last evening from Cherry Creek in company with Mr. Gosper, one of the owners. The company have their saw mill about ready to run, the only thing lacking la 600 feet of piping, which, is being made at the tin shop of Messrs. Frederick & Hill. So soon as they can manr. facture the neceesary lumber fcr the erection of their quartz mill, a large force of men will be put to work In its erection and all of this can be ac complished during . the next forty days, when we expect to be able to chronicle the successful working of the'Golden Era quartz mill. Since the companv started to put up machi: ery, a few weeks ago,- several very valuable gold leads have been dis covered in the district, and the great est activity prevails althrough the bills in and around Cherry Creek. The latest find is a huge gold mine, four feet wide, by a Mr. Sessions, formerly proprietor of the Big Bug station. The lead is said to be ex tensive and the ore extraordinary rich. "We are more thoroughly con vinced that our country is hardly scratched over, and that hereafter all of our best mines are to be discover ed. Am Embarrass ins Situation. An English professor aud a young lady from Baltimore were lecently wrecked in a rocky cave near Mount Desert at nightfall. They had gone into the cave in a small boat, and were sitting on the rocks talking about mineralogy. Suddcniy a big wave broke into the cavern and swamped the boat. The Englishman plunged into the boiling surf, endeavoring wiih the freDzy of despair to collect the remoants of the frail bark. Useless for the purpose of navigation, the shattered craft might still serve as fuel, for the cave was cool and damp, and the suades of night were coming on. The pro. fessor had lucifer matches and he built a fire, and there they remained until morning, when some fishermen, amazed at the unwonted spectacle of smoke emerging from a cleft in the rocks of an unhabited island, ven tured in to the rescue of the imprls ened couple, and with the aid of ropea drew them from their perilous position. Of a Bad Crovrd. The Healdsburg Flag' learns that Elijah Frost who was lynched in Mendocino recently was ' a cousin to the Frost boys, of the Frost-Coatea feud of a few years ago. The Flag' informant details that bloody affair as follows: It was war times and election time. One of the Frosts and one of the Coat;s met in a saloon and agreed to fight, the former represent ing Jeff. Davis and the latter Abe. Lincoln. Whilst the latter was lay- ing his coat down, he was stunned by a blow with the butt of ; a revolver. Recovering, he chased hi antagonist wjlh a knife, and stabbed him through and through; another Frost then killed young Coates with a pis. tol-shot. Coates, Sr., then killed this Frost with a rifle. The tragedy was closed with the killing of four uuarmed Coates boys by two remain ing Frost brothers all on the same day. A. Moving County Seat. The town of Covington oa a bluff of the Mississippi is fast losing ground. The banks are gradually being eaten away, and the ground on which the Court-house stood a year ago is now covered by many feet of flowing water. A few days ago the current ?et inshore, and took off a strip of land thirty feet wide in a fewhaurs; thereupon the buildings left near the water were moved back, and a few days after the land upon which they stood was also taken away. Two vears ago there were six hundred feet of land between the principal hotel and the river bank, but now one can toss a stone out of the hotel window into the river, and tho building is being put oa rollers for removal. - The Implements of Trade. U. G. Shaw, publisher of the Pa cific Life, brought suit some time ago against Sheriff Xunau, for the return of printing material which had been seized in payment of a debt, ;on the ground that they were implements of trade and were therefore exempt from attachment under the Code Justice Wright decided the case in favor of the plaintiff, when the Sher iff appealed to the Municipal Court of Appeals, and judge Freclon has reversed the decision - of. Justice Wright, holding that tier type and other property seized, did not legally constitute implements of trade, and could be attached in payment of a prpven debt. When young ladies eo out buckle berrying, they Bhould be careful where they stand. Report says a young lady living uot fifty mile from here went the olher day, aud it so happened that she stopped direct, lyover a live bee's' nest. Distance to first house, 3 1-4 milea;, 4ime, 4 J-3 T&mttc3&4Kde;rnr?eacn. PRESCOTT. Lumber. New Saw GEO. W. CURTIS, Proprietor, Two and one-half miles south of Presoott. Having now completed, and ia full operation, my new Saw Mill, I am prepared to fill or ders for Merchantable, Clear, Surfaced and Rustic Lumber Matched Flooring, Casings, Mouldings, Panelings and Shingles OF THE FINEST QUALITY In short, everything in my line for the construc tion of First class Build ings. TEIOIS: Cash on lclivery All ordek-s sent by mail, or through ihe merchants prompx at.ienuon., ' ' Geo. "W. 'Curtis. Clipper Mill 611 D-e-r COMPANY, Pre3eott, Arizona, TTAVTNO PURCHASED THE INTKlt 1-1 tofJ. G Wiley, we bare rehired tlie above mills wiih new eawa and machinery, anil are now batter prepared than itit to fuia- ua an Kintu or 31 ercb actable. Clear, Fencing, Rus tic and Surfaced, .Matched Flooring, Beveled Siding, Lath, Shingles, -Sash, Doors, Monldinss, &c, at BED KOCK PRICES Get oar prioea before? 1 charing elsewhere. 02ce corzer Cortr and 3ood-rin iwti O. R PARKER. F. O. PARKLU. SMITH'S RESTAURANT. Old Americas Hotel building, oppoelte the PostoSlce. WM. SMITH, Prop- Wit. SMITH, is well-known thronihout California as a first-class Cook, and assumes (be enure control of this .Department. Good Cooking, Will be the main feature of my Restaurant. Freshest and Best Fruits, Vege tables, etc., will be supplied, on the Table. Terms Reasonable. tyiteiucrnUor tbe Piae SEYMOUR HOTEL. G. A. STBZCKlSD. VroV. " Situated at the mill site of the Cea tral Arizona iiiains Company.. Stage station for the famous Vul ture mine. Prices Reasonable. SEYMOUR SALOON, JOICK CODY, PKOP Q who calls on me will be treated la a gen tlemanly maun. A FINE BILLIARD J1 ABLE In connection 'with the house. MISCELLANEOUS. iilliams House Prescott, Arizona. Tbe Largest nod moat Complete Hotel In Arizona. Jas. A. Guild & Co,, Proprietors. In conjunction with the above is the Sazerac Saloon, Where can, be fonnd the finest stock o WINES. LIQUORS, ETC. RESTAURANT Capital Black, Phenix. BEST EATING HOUSE Is The Salt River Valley. Our Tables are always sup plied with the best to be obtained in the Market. Polite Attention Paid to Gaest C. Safari, Prop'r BUCKALEW & OCHOA, GENERAL Forwarding and Commission MERCHANT, JIABICGPA. AEIZOXA- Alw, wholesale and retail merchasts at Santera and Florence. BARNETT & BLOCK, MAHICOPA. and CAS A GRANDA. A. T. Forwarding ASD Commission FslERC.-. ANTS, R. E. Farrington & Co., - - Dealers in General Merchandise, AST) FORWARDING & C0IWM1SSJ0N MERCHANTS, Maricrpa, - - Arizona. Ill J..J MAnntwiiul 4t MM mrill Yf promptly forwarded to any part of the Territory. - Uecvy msotnuery oa U&rt ixxio. MARICOPA HOTEL, H. W. KLEIN, Prop'r. MARICOPA, A. T. The natron ace ot the traveling public ii respectfully solicited. The table supplied with tlie best the market affords rai satisfaction guar anfeed. Eggs, vegetables and fruit for 6ale. Fashion Saloon, HAITORD, Prop. 33AIUCOPA - A. Ti All visitor at this town are Invited to call at the above named popular place of resort, next door to tbe hotel, where thay ccs ob tain &n!y tie best Liqanrs. ALL ICED DRINKS of the aeaeoa concocted by cxp cricoced ml ologiets, ,C.n, 4-901 Fresh Eflilk. IS DELIVERED BY THE UNDERSIGNED la eusunners In Phnx and vicinity daily. Ilavioa- a larg. dairy itarae nilles north of tows o&b ftunish ililU Fresher asa Sweeter T Than can be dons by keepitj your oirn eow a roe a trial- Order ;aRt M9 Postslflce VVlii Receivs Frcrpt fittsnticp. b8 W. L. OSBORN. PHfENIX HERALD. SEMI-WEEKLY HERALD The Leading Paper of Southern Arizona AVill devote its columns to furthering the interests of Phoenix and Maricopa county and the southern portion cf Arizona, It is the intention aof the pub lishers to make the HERALD a newspaper or tne aay, n , 1 complete in all its details, and in every department Tl'Lfc AX RELIABLE- The Editorial columns will discuss all live topics of the day, and its local columns will contain a complete resume of all lo cal happenings, and all matters of home interest. TERRITORIAL TELEGRAMS. Tbe HERALD wjU con tain the latest news opcur- ring in the towns aud eities of Arizona, TERMS. One copy, one year - J One copy, six months. - 2 50 Delivered to any part of town, 50 cents per Itoiitb. MISCELLANEOUS. TntiM-national Hotel. 834 and 898 Kearnv JL Street, Son Francisco. 81.21 and S1.&0 per clay. ii. f. I'atrtcige, rropnetor. Two Concord coaches, with the name of the Hotel on, will always be in waiting at the landing to convey p&gnonpers to the Hotel tree. He mire yon get into tne ngot coacn n yon ao not, tney win cnarge you. bin T7" Menssdorfter, Hats and Caps, Whole- Xl saieaiuk detail, Jo- l&Jus&rajr street. san Francisco. urn T Hicks Co.. Practical Book Binders 1 J and Blank Book Manufacturers. No. M3 Clav street, near Monteomerr, San Francisco. Blank books ruled, printed and Donna to oraer. tm Be rrr & Place, Importers and Dealers in fining Engines, Saw Mills, Steam Pumps, Portable aud Stationary Engines, Stamp Mills. Air Comnressors and Rock Drills, wood ana iron worKing jnacninery. etc.. etc. Cataloene sent on application. Mlrket street, head of Front street, San irancleco. cm 1 L. Bheta. D. D. 8.. Dentist. All XJm branches of the Dental art done in the best manner possible, at reasonable puces, and satisfaction guaranteed, bontn west corner of Third and Market streets. Entrances No. 8 Third street and 703 Market street, San Francisco. 6m LELONC'S NURSERIES Los Angeles. Cal. The Laraest end Most Complete Stock of serm-iropicai ana norinern Fruit Trees, Evergreens SHRUBS, FLOWERING PLANTS, ROSES, AC, Send for Cntaiog-.ie aud Price List. Free to all on application. Trees aud Plants pocked and delivered at depot tree oi cnarge. ra Thtt Magnolia Saloon. MORROW & CO. Proprietors We woald respectfully notify the pnblio tha we have opened a Saloon in the new FRAME BUILDING on the Corner of "Washington and Montezuma Streets. The verv best qna!ity of Wines, Llqnorsand Cigars alway oa hand and sold at prices to suit the times. Give nfc a 10t rail- The Bradshaw Mountain IS OUR PLACE OF BUSINESS. DON'J GO TO For we will sell you goods RIGHT AT YOUR CABIN DOO FOR LESS MONEY ! Than you can buy at Prescott aud transport them home. We have depots at Gillette, Tip-Top and Peck District, Mining Men take Notice ! And save the bother of packing, Tub Loss tjf Time, and Actual Cash, by buying of ANDRES & R0WE. Si 500 TO $6,000 A YEAR, orgs to i'M a aav in your own locality. Ko risk. Wo men do as well as men. Jfanv make more tnan tbe amount stated above. No one can fail to make money fast. Any one can do the work. You can make from SO cents to $2 an hour by devot ing an evening and spare time to the busi ness. It costs nothing to try tbe business. Nothing like it for money-making ever offer ed before. Business pleasant and strictly honorable. Reader, if you want to know all aboqt tbe bost paying business before the pub He. send ns your address and we will aend yon full particulars and private terms free; samples worth also $5 sent free; yon can then make np your mind for yourael. Addrebt?, GEO. STINSON fc CO., Portland, Maine. Starke's Hotel, SAN BEBXARDI-SO, CAI; Meals, - - 25 Cents. A. HTARKE. Proprietor. C. H. CURRY, Watchmaker and Jeweler. (Late of San Francisco.) Has established himself In Phoenix and is prepared to do all kinds of Watch, Jewelry and Clock Repairing. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED -Or No Charge. Give him a call, he intends to become a permanent resident of Vhoenix, and has flattering recotoiceidations as evidences of a good workman, In th window of Liu viile & Wiley, on Washington street. S2YIVSOUB Food Yard and Corral, : p. PACKWOOD Proprietor AUia, iuv (' "J" ' . -1 - tiaC nt nil limps li.iv rind (ti'mid. and all the accommodations tor boarding horses. Florses on hand at all times lo Let !K) tf and for S;i!e. LEGAL. XOTICE TO CREDITORS. IN THE PROBATE CO CRT OP TEE C o inty of Maricopa, Territory of Arizona, lu tbe matter of the estute of Lin ilosiaoM.deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undercien ed, Administratrix of the estate of Luke Monthon deceased, to the creditors or and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessa ry vouchers within ten months after the first publication of this notice to the said Admin istratrix at her residence about six mile south west from the town of Phoenix, in the county of Maricopa. SARAH E. MOIHON. Administratrix of the estate of LUKE MONIHoN. deceased. Phoenix, Sept. lain, 1879. 119; XOTICE. LAND OFFICE 1 " at September 13, 1879 Florence, Arizona, ) XrOTIl'E IS HEREBY CITEX J that the following-named settler ha filed notice of his intention to make final proof in suppo t of his claim, and secure final entry thereof at the expiration or thirty days from the date of this notice, viz: Tjun idao Palma, of Maricopa county, who made Homestead Application, Xs. 59. for the S H of S E 4 of Section 14, TIN. R 4 E, and names the folljninE as his witnesses, viz: Albert Decker of Tempe, Maricopa county, and Winchester MiUer. also of Tempo, Maricopa count; . C M. K. Paulisos, Register. 130 5tW XOTICP. ALL PERSONS KNOWING THEM selvus indebted to tho undersigned are requested to- call and settle their accounts between now and the first of October, prox imo, as after thai date, all accounts due and remaining unpaid, will be placed iu the hands of an attorney for collection, which willof necessity subject said persona to further costs. M. L. PEBALTA. Phoenix, Sept. 16ih, 1879. lanf DISSOI.ITIOX XOTICE. -TOTICE 13 HEREBY GITEN THAT J the firms of Baruett. lllock Co., and C. Welhoff & Co. are this dav dissolved by mutual consent. C. Welhoff retiring. The firm will hereafter be known as Banieit Jfc Block, who will collect all bills and pay all debts of the mentioned firms. A. Harnett, B. Block. C. Weli Horr. Pnoexix Sept. 9th. lltMwW XOTICE TO CltEDITOUS. In the Probate Court ef Maricopt county in the Territory of Arizona. In the matter of the Estate of R. P. UP LAND, deceased. VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY TI11S Jkt undersigned. Administrator of the e Ulteoi Kobskt P. Ijilano.. deceased, to tho creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit thro with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this no tice to the said Administrator, at his placo of business in the town of Phoenix, Mari copa county, Territory of Arizona. E. IRVINE. Administrator of the estate of RofcCRT P. IliLitiD, deceased. Phoenix, Sept. 4 lcT9. 116 4-wW Fireman's Fund INSURANCE COMPANY . ... of SAX FRANCISCO, CAL. J. I). Staple . IrenlAnt. siscretary Vice Pre. Am1 Km. ,1. co. . iornia AlplieeiH Hull Win J Iatton r.osaes pftid....3.3.va37 S Capital asset! H.OOU.0OO OO g Don X. Abbott, ApenU Fuosnix, A. T. THE Chicago & North -Western I J A l I. W A V . Tlie Orcat Trunk Line from the West to Cblrasro and the East. It is The oldest, shortest, most direct, eon. vetiien, corofortabl. aud in every reapvot tb est tne ron Ain taKft. It Is the srreatAat ad grandest railway crra nization in the Uuited State. PCLLMAN ROTF.L CAR ask nut alcn J)V T TQKOUGU nCTVi tt Council Blufjs Chicago. No other road rnns Pullmnn TIotl Cnr, or rii 3 other form of Hotl Cars, through. betwvD tbn MionH River Bd Cbtmeo. shoald bar ia miod that Uiia U the Best Route to Chicago AND ALL POINTS EAST. Insist that th Tlikt A rent vQ rfckt bv the Krib-Wetern Eoa. Examia 5or Tickers, nnd refuse to buy if thy du no n4 over this Road. All A (rents 811 them and check usual dot- gTftffv free hv this Hue. Thronffh Ticket via this Rante to all Eastern Points cfn be procured at the Central Pa"tic Kauroa TioKet mce toot ot Mamn reet, aud at 2 New Mmnromery sir-t. Rao Kratoiso, nd nt at! Coapoo Ticket OflVs of th Ceutrhl Faaifln Kailrad. - MASVl ML'ttUITT. Goaeral Manaar. Oiioajo . W. H STKNNETT. rol Soo I Geaeral Paseniter Affent. Chicago DR. SPINNEY, NO. 1 1, KEARNRY STEET, Treats all Chronic and Special TOUKG MEH -fTTHO MAT BR Sl'FFERIS FROM eretion. will dl well J avail lhm.We of unennr ti wun.n , . , . ...... . - . - guarantee to (nrfeit SAX) far every mm ' 4m mat v'' "r r"' -.-. - kind or onaracwr - u cure. luill I KIDDLE-AGED MEN. There are many at the aire of thirty K !xty . ..;,K tnn rnwinant ineiltn.il WBO TB inmifio" - --y oi tne Dtaaar, uit t , J rnarting or barnlng Benwiioo. and a ea.Ktma of the evutem in a mann-r the paneot eacnM aooount' f or. On xaminio the urinary d poit a ropy sediment will cflea be f mnd an-1 Jomeiiuic. small rrtlclc ot alb.na vr!.t appear, or the color -wiU be of a thm milkuiB . - i i ... . Jarb and tnmid tH- reurance. There are many men who d!e of j: lmrant nt lh IUIM. Which hue thi dinii-ulty ignorant ol tne oae. wairo i" he nond stage ot eemmai we, u--- will iruaromoe a um and a heulihy rvstoratioo of the genito-uneajy "'ottloe Hors-10 to 4 and tor. 8urdiv from 10 tv 11 a- in. Consultation free. Thor, oaifh exmi.iation and ad .e. o. la.1 i-T uid.M. I'K SI-1NMA CO. No. 11 K.-.irn.. itiwl a.a Franc.".