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p-jrjr CE'NI Lebald. VOL. 4. NO. 5. WHOLE NO. 122. PIICEVIX, MARICOPA COUNTY, A. T. WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 2i, 1879. NEW SERIES NO. 45 The H ERALD. Published rvety Saturday and Wednesday. GOSPER &. MeCLINTOCK. StlBCSlPTtON flATEil 1ti copy one ycr. -'nc cawy ix month. - -Ey carrier, in 1'Uofuiat. pyr month, -AflTtHTieisr, Kates: vn.inch. on Insertion. -Each subsequent inFeruon, -Professional cards, per month, - 2 M : e-Ocia : i $2 00 I J IK) i 1 50 CnARi-E W. Crane i-j A cent in San Francinco. oar Authorized mmmmm PROFESSIONAL. 5 , . II. R. PATRICK. C f V 1 1 K n.K I n e e r TVputy IT. S Mineral SunTorfT Ariicuiia. OrricB With W. A. Hancock Plioiuii . A. T. Bt:J. MOKUAX, Attorney find Coanitrlvrat law. Tncsi n, Arizona. All law business will receive prompt and careful attention. J. A. ZABB1SKIZ. B. O. HEREFORD, j HEREFORD A Z innlSKIK, Attorneys and Counselors at Lav And Notary Public. Office on Mycrfl street, opposite Palace Hotl. Tucson, Arizona. R. Ii ItOSHOX, M. 1. Physician and HnriMn. (Graduate of the University of Va.) Off its hi professional nervices to the people of PhMiix and vicinity. Office N. W Corner Va-l i ijton and Center Streets, op posite the Post Office. L. H. COX. A. C. BAKER. COX A BAKER, Atttrn)n a i Law. nPhomix, A. T. Ottict. Hp-stain, in Capital building, on Washington street. J. W. HTEPHEXSOX, Attorney at Law. Phcexix Arizona It. 1. IttVVKKS. Physician and Murgfitn. (Late of Viealia. Cal.) Oftie on Washington street, two doors from Monteznma. Jl'LIl'H XV. VAX HLVCK, Attorney and Counselor at law, McMillcnville. Maricopa Co.. A. T. Will practice In all the conrts of the Terri tory. JOIIX T. Al-HAP, Attorney and Counselor at i Lnw, Phcenlx. Arizona. All inspire, promptly attended to. OHlce iii'ilh i ae District Attorney. MtOCATB jniSE. Jf OTAHT rt'BLlC. W3I. A. IIAXCOCK. Attorney nt Lav, Phoenix. A. T. , r-"Lruiu business in all departments a specialty. joiix l,. uaiian. .n. Physician, Snreeon &. Aeei:iner. Urferr:nre without permission: F. M. I .krill. IT..S. Suutur. Mo.; Col. John T. t'rip. JVrancrstic nomiut'e for Coiiaf-n f -'.n Mi-Jo:iri. Otuoe two miles south. Hay l.s Ferry. Arizona. KL1KF. A :.. iS!tVEIW. , fioid dust, jjold a&'l silv-ir hulHm and .tr''s of every description iti ;i!ed and ftayd. All ai-ays uaraat.1.!. Prico5 of ore ttssuy: Silver and yo;d. iid. copir. Jt-"-Sample cm be pent by myil or e"ov.sp, and returns will ii proraptiy nin-.le. Olilce with Well", Karat. Oy.. Prvcott. MEETING NOTICES. MiMft.VK OTtCi:. AEI.'.O.NA l.f '". K r.n. K. A. M Kesular coirr.iiuicaiUn on 'he ' T N ihirdTnedAy iifich month at 7-0 T. x. Sojourning brethren ars fraternally invited to attend. J.T. ALSAP, W. M. J. B. CREAMER fcecty. BUSINESS CARDS. j PIOXKEU BAKERY Ij WASHIXGTOS STRtKT. Northeast Corner of the Pbiza. j Twelve Loaves for One Dollar. Fruit Cakes and Pastry of all kinds, for . Cedding parties, etc., preoarcd to order. 1 OTTO GEISENHMPER. j E. T. Lowell, CARPENTER & PLASTERER All work in the above line promptly attended to. East end of Wafhinirton street, one block beyond the Phrenix hotel, and directly op posite the building of A. -Vormuur. SS-tf LUMBER!! GREGORY & WILEY, Having made arran;emeutn with a Lumber firm, in San Francisco aro now ready to furuith LUMBER, SUIXC-LZS, DOORS WINDOWS AXD MOULD TXG, And in tact everything in our Line. CHEAPER THAN EVER SOLD IS THIS 3KAKKKT. $30 0:$ A MONTH enaraiiteed. Sly i day made at home bv tbe in- diiMtrious. Capital notreqtiir- i-d: will Elart ton. Men- women, ooys ana girls make money raoter at work for us than at anything clw. The work is liRht and pleasant, and uch as anv onecango right at. Those who are ie who see this, notice will send us their ad ire?scs at once and eo for themselves. 'ostly outnt and terms free. Now is the time. Those already at work are laying up Jure sums of monev. Address, Xlil'E & CO., Aa-4Ha, Maiac. MISCELLANEOUS. Big Bug Station, YAVAPAI CO., A. T. MMet from I'rt Hcott and SO 3Iile from Phoenix, on the Hlaeh. Canyon lioad. i - Tlavin the above station, the j traveling public win always bin! meals, i t;riiiii and hav at all time. A bar, with a j good stock of liquor on haud. I 1 MWUKKMIXCV JL CO. son Boot and Shoe Maker. WttAliiucton Ht reet. adjoining the Fa-h: Luaturi: unable Boot and Uo? of (lift brt 1 nihde to ordvir in aWi'iint style. Perfect Fits Guaranteed. I cive my entire aiioiiiion to cufro:n made work, ndI have every facility lor wiviu entire sntUlkction. Send tu Your order. H. L. CEHL1AE2, Practical Boot & Shoe Maker. Boots and Shoss, MADE TO ORDER, AND ItEPAUtiya XEATLY DOSE Sbop at Waterman's Tin Shop. ICE! ICE!! LO'JNT BR03., Will deliver TCE to auy part of the city at the following rates; Ten Poind and over per day. Mix Cents per I'oand. TniSer Ten Pounds per day, Seven t'-nts per Pound. "Leave orders at the Factory, or with K. f i-'iiz. Wa-hinton street. !)5 tf MEAT, WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL. GRAND CENTRAL MARKET. Crner Center & Washint I (Diagonally opposite Rostouicc.) tBEKF, VEAL, MCTTOX, LAMB and POIvK and all meats served as required Delivered to any part of the city free of charge. PALSZ & KELLY, Phoenix. T. A. Waterman II.VS OlTNiCU A NEW Tin Shop. Opposite Hie Io.st-mee. Pro-if t aito.-.tloa gi' Repairing and Job Work. A ar?e iirr-ortmnt of Tin and Shetft Iron oeneriiiulr on hand MATERIAL. The undersigned has Jnst received a large and complete assortment of s.isn, BLISDS. and WIXDOIVS Which are of a better quality and will be sold cheaper thun at the Sash Kaefry In Preseott. All orders promptly attended to. Adams street, one-half block north of the Herald oiiiee. '.. IV CIlPfl.tMl " STAR " BARBKllSIIOP. FELIX DEES, Shaving - 15 cents, Formerly with VHriam SmrcnSnrg hn- riiTed up a Berber 8htp opposite the Hfhai.d Office, where he vUi pleased to ecc hi uuRiornns friends 4id liie public in renera). Shavins. tiiMi)oH- and Hair Cutnn fl'iiw in the Lf.iesv btlc and bailr- Buiiders' MISJELL XXE. 5" 81 I lLL Ft' til hire tint 8 Sir L. BIEN, 2-il J Street. SiCKAMESTO. Has Just received a fuj stock of the latest style of Fall Goods, Consisting of CAMEL'S HAIR, CASHMERE, MUMI-CLOTII, SATINS & SILKS ALSO STRIPED BROCADED SILKS AND SATINS. These goods are ai direct importa tions, an(t cau tlicrcfore he sokl at the very Lowest Prices. Black Silk at 75c, $1 and $1 25 Heavy Black Silk Lining, VELVETS AX 1 SO AX1 SI 75. Striped Corduroy, the very latest at $1 25. Splendid quality of 40-IXCII BLACK CAM II Mil It K, Warranted all Wool, at 75c and $1. SG Ineli wide, Wc. A aplendiJ line of wool dress-jrooils in all the new shades at 20 atid 2oe. It will pay well for every lady to Feud for soinples before buvin"- else where. Ladies Avill bear in mind that it takes but Three Days f'"r a letter to reach iSacrauiciito, and Three Days more for an answer inakiiijj llietime only Six Days aitogeth'.-r. Address Letter. L . B S E PI , 22 IJ strast, Sacramento, Cai. A cent for BOME9V1C PAPER PATTEBX Havini e:tabl'i.';el a 'Pure' a irar AgcLcy, M!i. f., BIEX w:!.' L.e i persoiiiil r.lte ;t'o:i to ail orders ol'any kind,'s:K h i s ik:o:s and Shoes, Fur nitr',Grorr;rics, (.'roekcrj', Carpets, MiMitMP Goo It. etc. WOODH !: AD C.vy. Los Angela, Ctl. GEO. F. COATS Phaii. A. T Wholesale and Relsi! i.!13 !' AIL .UN DS i Fruit & Ornamental Tree? Plants, BCTTER, HoNKY, Lard, Canned Goods etc. Soie Agetjt fof the Celebrated Star Cheese. Buying- and Shippine- onr fruits direct from tne orcnaxds. find having onr own teams, leaving Maricopa, immedioteiy after the ar rival of the train, three times per week, ve arc able to furnish our cuatoniers the best and Freshest Fruits, Butter, Eggs, Etc., Tim California Marke atTcrds. BANK EXCHANGE HOTEL. lVaMhtngtoD street opposite Plaza, Phoenix. the E. GANZ Proprietor. This new hotel is now open for the accommodation of the traveling public. The rooms nre well ventilated and handsomely furnished in suits and single. Superior accommodations for families. The aim of the propri etor will be the comfort and welfare of his guests. ltooin Reserved by Telegraph BiMiard Table and Bar Connected with the House. Only the Finest Liquors & Cigars. PRIVATE CARD K00.1M. The principal Eastern, California and Arizona papers kept on file. A share of the public patron-ige is I'lidie) I It" if i 11 Ayction Postpooecl9 TJXTIJL flflNDAY, In the meantime we E? -A AUCTION Remember we will not be By any lr4 ART GALLERY Corner of Pliiza. COM 2V rv is si u.ivCHe ail Wo.-k in the c j;:).' ; e ?e y - ; ; n o s o i .V 11IZONA " r'w al'.iys n: ii'! V iiiii of Picture Vainia aad Mould- cturea fra:nod to or tor. G. U. RDTIIR'JCK. Whito & Walters KEEP A FIKST-CLAS3 Ou Wasliinstou Street, Phoenix. Imported "Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Cheap Living! Board reduced to per Aveejc. $G 00 Single Meals - 37 cents. Board by the day - $1 at the Cosmopolitan Restaurant. WM. IIOLLAXIK ARCADE BREWERY SALOON. Coolest PJuce of Resort Jn Town. NAliOOXS AXD FAMILIES Supplied with Bottled or Keg Beer. Choice WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS JTComc everybody and enjoy comfort, o: A. tfKK. Joe. THALIIEIMER. IRVINE & CO. MBER 1879. will sell off our present T- PRICES. Store XENIX. LUMBER! LUMBER! ! -AT- Giark & Adams' SAW HULL AXD VAJID, PEESCOTT, ARIZONA. Having moved our njill five miles west of frefcott, on willow Creek, Pear Tbnmb Bntte, at a point within two miles of the Miller road, near Iron Springe, and having completed an excellent road to the Miller road and to Preecott. we are now prepared iu lurniisn any amount or quality 01 LDMB ER, Shingles, Doors, Sash, LATHS, ETC., AT BEDROCK PRICES. Barley, Flour. Corn and Produce Taken In excuauc for Lnmber. CJj.YKK & ADAMS. Geo. Z. Louisa. Agent. Phoenix, A. T. SALT RIVER Flouring IVIill. C. II. VEli, Prop. The Largest and B est Mill in the Territory. OFFERS FOR SALE ALL THE BEST GRADES OF FLOUR lu quantities to suit purchasers The fullowiug brands constantly on hand: XXX FAMILY FLOUR (warranted.) EXTRA FAMILY EXTRA SUPERFINE, UUAIIA.M. CRACKED WHEAT. ALSO Bran. Shorts and 3IiddIns fciVEOtAL ATTENTION INVITED TO MY XXX Fmnily Flour. Lvery cuck nf which ii giiar.uitdfd etnl to tutt best tuunufuctured i'i he TVrriTory r money refunded. Havings )nrr stock of hand, purchasers wiil do well to give me a call before purchasing elscnhere- CPRICES LOW AS THE LOWEST. K;Kefet Prieo f ii'l lcr Vhent. r THE PHCENIX HERALD SEMI-WEEKLY ED1TIOX. Wednesday, September K4, 187?. mmuQ MATTERS. Rich Strikes at Globe and Richmond Basin. What is Being Done in the Vari ous Districts. Yavapai County on a High Road of Prosparity. The following are summarized from the Silcer Belt: The Holland mine, Patagonia Dis trict, has been bonded by A. G. Ryan of Tucson to San Francisco parties. Sixty thousand dollars is the sum nominated- to be paid iu case of a sale . At the depth of one hundred feet in running a cross-cul from the hang ing wall on the Southwest Alice a body of chloride ore four feet in width is penetrated which is estima ted will yield seventy-five ozs. to the ton. From the depth, regularity of the wall3 and solidity of the ore it is confidently believed that S. W. A. is a mine. Steve O'Neil and AVah Laurence are opening a ledge which they have named the Bullion. It is four miles south of Globe, on Pinal Creek. The indications are that the vein will prove of considerable width. Two tons and a half of the ore lias been sent to the Isabella mill for a test. Hitchcock, a well known mill builder, now in San Francisco, in a letter to W. V. Kingsbury of Globe district says : Haskin has "bought a ten stamp mill. The Mexican com pany will shortly erect a twenty Htanip mill for the reduction of Mex ican mine ore, and that the Miami mill will be rebuilt by the under writers. George Allen and A. D. bkimier have made a rich discovery about half a mile easterly from the Des preciadt. The ledge shows about 13 feet wide. It is a contact vein be tween limestone and slate. Assays have been made from it which gave as high as 1580 ozs. per ten. A strike in Richmond Basin has been made in ire Bilderbnck & Steve O'Ncil's mine wjiir.li is reported as unusually rich. It was ..mode on a ledge formerly eweed by Geo. Scolt anil abandoned. When first struck was a mere thread and in sinking 40 feet it has opened lour feet with pay streak thirty inche?. It lias not been ascertained whether it is a spur of the JIaeIc Moris or a "parallel vejn. Last Saturday's Arizonan came to us this week replete with intelligence from the mining districts of that county. With the coming of cooler weather work, it is said, will be resumed on the McCraQkiu mine and other mines near Ihe Colorado river. Owners of Santa Maria mining properties are getting ready for ac tive mining operations. The district has five ledges which carry gold, sil ver and copper. Weaver district continues its yield of gold. The placers are far from being worked out there. . Owners of Date Creek properties are moving as if they meant to start work there shortly. Silver Mountain district is coming to ihe front. The Mammoth and other ledges ' have recently added new lustre to their old fame. Larger ledges can nowhere be found. Humbug district, is as of yore, a productive ohe. The Tip-Top mine is still in the lead. The ledge is now a heavy yielder of rich silver rock. Tiger and Pine Grove Districts are keeping up their ancient reputations The Tiger, Lorena, Gray Eagle, Cou. gar and many other mines are still looked upon as great "kin;j pins." Peck District is not at present yielding much.bullion, but the Prince and Black Warrior mines are doing well, by producing high grade ores. Turkey Creek district is still a fa vorite one. lhc Goodwin mine is now receiving most atteutiou. A scarcity of water prevents ore reduc tion. Hassayampa, Walker, Big Bug and the districts of the Black ftijis are i receiving considerable attention from ! experts as toj! rs cutlers. Sub-KeU Irrieatln. A limited amount of water will ir rigate ten times the amount of ground on the sub-irrigation plan than it would on Use flooding cr surface, mettol. Jt is only a question of limited lime when this new method of irrigation will be generally adop ted jn all countries where irrigation is required, and especially in South ern California vhere it will soon bricg thousands of acres into culti vation that otherwise would remain, in a wild state for years to come. That the reader may have a mote definite idea of sub-;rrigation, we will explain the modus operandi, and when once understood commends It self a success to every Intelligent mind. It consists of pipes made of lime and sand, made by machinery (and is continuous if desired, with out joint) and laid along each row of Irees, eighteen inches or two feet below the surface, so as'to be out of the way of the plgw.' JV.t each tree there is a small --orifice': in the pipe from .which the water issues. This orifice is protecled bv a pipe which rents on the main pipe and extends above the ground six or tnoro inches. The water passes out under the lower end of it on the roots of the tree, sending them down instead of to the surface as in surface Irrigation. Evaporation takes place under the earth and spreads moisture for mof feet around, so that the ground mid way between the rows is sufficiently moist to grow any kind of a crop.- L.A.J our nnl. Mormon Machinations. The New York Tributu'i Utah editorial correspondent in a Tecent letter says : , The Mormon plan for solving the polygamy problem js to secure the admission of Utah, duriog the coming winter, as a State. Every argument, every consideration likely to weigh in Washington, will be put forward to persuade Congress to pass an enabling act, thus placing polyg amy and other questions" entirely under the control of the Mormons. The Tribune says: Ou its lace, this would seem an impossible scheme, but we have seen enough of Demo cratic rule iu Congress to know what the Bourbon nisiji ray means. The State of L'tah would elect two Demo crats to the United States Senate, would cast three electoral votes for a Democratic candidata for President, and would, in case of an election by the IIousc, give a vote which would neutralize that of Puritan Massa chusetts. There is a slake here for which the Democratic party might bo desperate enough to play. Trick that aro Vain. The Custom House officers at Si FiancWco have discovered a new trick attempted by the Chinese. A fc?.- days since, on the arrival of a vessel from Honolulu, containing several cases of shoes that had been shipped to that port by some Chinese house in San Francisco and sent back condemned by the consignees. The Custom House officials were curious to know tbe cause and this curiosity prompted them to open the cases when an ingenious plan was dis covered to smuggle opium into that port through the heels of the "con demned" shoep. The heels, at a glance appeared natural and prop erly made, but on pulling out a nail or two and removing one thickness of leather a hole ocenpying nearly tbe whole size of the heel wits found in which opium had peen placed ta introduce into lhc Hawaiian market The "condemned" business waso pari of the programme, and the ihoea were returned, evidently to be re loaded and forwarded again to that port. The Virginia Singe copies a per sonal note from last week's Reporter in which Buttermilk Canon i men tioned, and then atlds "Whoever heard of Buttermilk Canon before T Guess it must bo located in one of the new counties." Why,- yon-miserable ignoramus, didn't yon never study geography? By referring to your atlas you will see that. Butter milk Canon is in tire Paradise Mountains, northwest of Eden, about ten miles from Gouge Eye on the road leading lrom Lmiburger to Whoop-'em-Up, via Bull Town, Lay. 'em Out and Hungry,- and just over the mountain from- Bun-Eye, Knock-'em-Stiff and Louscy.- Now, you've got it, and for the sake of the high and honorable calling- of jour nalism, don't you make such a public di. play of your ignorance again. Pur id ite Jirporter.- At a funeral service the minister, his remarks was dwelling upon the loas to the hubxnd of the de ceased, when tl.at wonl.v sr oe uit '"Never mind nu-. Jj;t throw your : he t ou the corpse."