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Three little words yon often Bee,
Arc articles, a, an and the
, A nonn Is the name of anything
As school or garden, hoop or swing.
.Adjectives show the kind of nonn
As great, small, pretty, white or brown.
Instead of nouns, the pronouns stand -.
,Hcr hand, his face, your arm, my hand.
Verbs tell its somcthlns to be done
To read, count, laugh, sing, jump or run.
IIow things are done the adverbs tell
As slowly, quickly, ill or well.
. ..Conjunctions join words together
!lt'"g man and woman, wind and weather.
The prcpositipn stands before
' A noun as In or through the door.
.trjMivThe interjection shows surprise
As Oh! how pretty, Oh ! how wise.
Annuities of the Queen of England and her
The regular annual allowance of Queen
Victoria is 385,000, or $1,025,000, "for the
j support of her Majesty's household, and of
the honor and dignity ol the urown ol the
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ire
land," . Ilcsides, this, the Queen has also
paid 6 her the revenue of the Duchy of
Lancaster, which amounted last year to
12,000 net, or 200,000 more. But thjs
prodigious allowance to the Queen, who rep
resents the head of the State, is by no means
alj. That expensive young man, the Prince
of Valcst draws an annuity from the British
people of 40,000 per annum in his own
.right, and 10,000 in tho name of the Prin-
cess' hid wife, making 250,000 a year,
which ho condesends to accept for keeping
up tho honor and dignity of tie heir appa-
-rent of the crown. In addition to this, the
Prince has as an income tho revenues of tho
Duchy of Cornwall, which amounted last
year to 02,515, or over $300,000.
j. Evon this inoro than half a million of mo-
ncy per annum. It appears, is not enough
for the expensive habits of our young
, Prince, who has contrived to run in debt,
al tor the example oi ueorgc the Fourth, to
"the extent of BC'eral thousands of pounds,
the scandal of which, with a threatened ap
peal to Parliament for special appropria
tions to pay it, has long agitated the British
. inind. The other annuities to members of
(juccn Victoria's family, which is composed
of nine children, arc as follows: Prince Al
fred (Duke of Kdinburg, socond son,) 25,
000; Prince Arthur (Duko of Connaught,
thirdson.) 15,000; Prince Leopold, fourth
eon, 15,000; Princes Royal, 8,000; Prin
cess Alice of Hesse, 0,000 ; Princess Hele
na, (5,000: Princess Louise, 0,000; Prin
cess Mary, 5,000; Princess Augusta (the
v Queen's cousin). ,"5,000; Duchess of (Jam
bridge (aunt of her Majesty), 0,000; Duko
ticorge ol LauibriUgc (cousin ot tho Queen).
12,000. Ic will thus bo seen that the
lucky cousin is in the receipt of considera
ble more annual salary than all the seven
Cabinet Ministers of the United States at
8,000 each per annum Cincinnati Com
mercial. GttEATKIt .ALI.EOfANCE TO THE ClIUIlCH
than to tiii: Statk In reviewing tho Leo
trial, tit Beaver Utab, the Territorrial Entcr
torpriso says of tho Mormons :
jiJjThcy'aro not lit to either help make or
execute laws. They cannot, without com
mitting perjury, even take the oath to de
fend the Constitution of tho United States,
' ior with them the Constitution and every
thing else is subordinate to a decree or man
date of Urighani Young. We would not op
press this people, but would put it out of
their jwwer to perpetuate further infamies.
"Wo would liave the Government make it a
penal foflense for a man to havo more than
one wife.t This is not oppression any more
titan it would be to break up a system of hu
man fsacriu'ecs were some descendants of the
.Aztec race in New Mexico to seek to reinau
guratc this custom (of their forefathers. We
would, tak,; from them tho right to vote or
Hold 'o'tfice, so long tis they held allegianco to
a mortal greater than they can possibly yield
to the Government. Thin is not oppression ;
it is demanded, both in tho interest of hon
esty and of safety. "We would make educa
tiontcompulsory in Utah, and, as far as possi
ble, 'prohibit the landing "of tho converts to
.sMormont3m. Wc would give to the Gen
tiles of Utah tho control of affairs, and sta
tion'soldiurs enough thcro to insure the exc
, cutien of the laws. Heretofore we havo
- treated Mormonism as n humor, which mild
remedies would eventually cure; now we
would prescribe for it as for an ulcer, which
nothing but a heroic practice could ever
CJkn. Jo. Lank. Tho (Oregon) Plain
dealer in its account of the celebration at
Jioscburg, pays the following tributo to Gen-
Li 't: ' .i. t .
vrai ooscpu Lanc :
"And now for the Orator of the Dav,
iioscuurg was lavorcd above all her sister
towns, by tho privilege of listening to one
celebrity of Oregon, General Jo. Lane, the
staunches t old patriot that over breathed the
free air of tho United States. Ho gave us
items oi juts personal recollections of the
,i veterans of the revolution that he had seen
and talked with ; scenes at the White House.
ITT- 1- il.. .11 n. ii .
uuuiiuurbc me oiu uencrars views ol a
man's duty to his country's rulers. His ad
dress to tho ladies was unsurpassed and met
witn uue appreciation, ana wc liopo tuat for
many years he may continue to broil his
steak with unabated vigor."
v r f
Thk Sacramento Herald says our law, re
quiring physiciaus to havo diplomas, "is a
t jfoolishonej that the possesion of a diploma
is no more cvideuco of a man's capacity as a
physician than is a lino suit of clothes an iu
. ilicatipn that the wearer is a gentleman."
" Arid then the Herald intimates that diplo
mas can be purchased for money. Tho Her
ald, is all wrong. Tho diploma is prima facie
cvidenco that the holder has seen a few un
x&rtunatc bodies dissected; lias heard some
lectures by scientific men, and that, if he
guesses aright what ails tho patient, he will
proscribe, something that relieved some oth
er man who was writhing under a liko of af
. flictioa.. .
A Maine girl left her clothimr in an onon
boat and hid herself, and when her parents
were, crying and saying if they only had her
back they would obey her slightest wish,
sho appeared and said she wanted to marry
Gitx a boy a market-basket of groceriesto
carry .homo and ho will swing it across his
spine, "bend half way to the ground and
f groan with agony, but give him that weight
of a base bats and be irill skip along as mer
ry as potatoe bug in a ten-acre lot.
By his fireside, sad and lonely,
A bachelor sits on winter night;
Scenes of the past cow charm him only;
Poor old drone, It serves him right
Now he sits with holes in socks
And loss of button or two on shirt,
And dreams of the past, and thinks (and rocks)
Of girls with whom be used to flirt.
Yes, thinks if the knot had then been tied,
'Twould give him now a churming wife,
lie may twist his toe, his sock won't hide,
'Tis what he gets by single life.
The coat on his back it needs repairing,
In short time now 'twill be a shred;
Think old wretch, your room needs airing,
Some sour old maid you'd better wed.
I know you have no faith In woman,
Your heart is set on what you cat ;
But spite of that, she's more than human
An angel bright, divinely sweet.
Your house and noma aro filled with gloom;
No light at night, the lire goue out,
Don't sit like one that's struck with doom,
But rise and straighten things about
Paris, August 11. Tho government has
prohibited the sale in France of Mr. Glad
stone's writings against Popery.
THE ARIZONA MINER
NEWS, BOOK AND
JOB PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT.
In the Very Best Style of the Art,
Prices Conforming to the Times.
POSTERS AND CIRCULARS,
CARDS, PROGRAMMES, INVITATIONS,
All Mining and Legal Blanks,
BR IE F S3 TRANSCRI PTS,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Tho Mixer is, by tir, tho most complete office in the
Territory, and jwisiessod of every facility for the execu
tion of work at which none can reasonably complain.
E. IV. FISH & CO-
Desire to inform the public, throuirh the medinm of the
5IlXF.lt, that their extensive stores and warehouses, a
TUCSON AND FLORENCE,
In Pima Countv. Arizona, are nlwarx filled with ful
lines of such goods as are needed in the Territory, nnd
their ample facilities for purchasing and receiving goods,
enablo them to sell better articles, for less money, than
any other firm in Southeastern Arizona.
In addition to regular store articles, they keep on hand
PINE LUMBER AND SHINGLES,
BABLB1T 5c COEN.
Mr Fish, at Tucson, nnd Mr Collingwood, at Florence,
will ins plcaed to receive calls trom such citizens ot I
rortliern Arizona, Jvcw .Mexico and California, as may
vii.it, or pass these places.
J. K. KUl'LKT.
It. T. Clilllt.
RUPLEY &. CRUM HAVE SUCCEEDED IS PRO
CURING A SUPPLY OF
GOOD "W ATEE
MINT ami SKULL VALLEYS,
Where they have established a Station and respectfully
ask the patronage of tho traveling public.
Wood and Grass are abundant in the
vicinity, and Water will bs furnish
ed animals at 12 1-2 cts a bead.
The water. comes from a cut run into tho hill, and is led
in pies mile to tho road. RUPEEY & CRUM,
TUCSON & VERDE
HENRY SPAULDINO, Proprietor.
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAYING HEEN AP
lKunted by the Hoard of Supervisors a Committee to re
ceive and lorward to Yuma, SPECIMENS OF THE
fltOUUUTS OF YAVAPAI COUNTY,
CENTENNIAL AT PHILADELPHIA,
Respectfully invite mine owners. Sinners, mechanics nnd
all others who have anything that they consider appropri
ate for such an Exhibition, nnd are willing to contribute
it for that -purpose, to bring their oflerinrs either to the
Store of a P. HEAD &. CO.: the NIFTY SALOON; or
WIIIO AKl.U.NA JIIM-.K Ur FIUE.
Parties furnithinir mineral sicclmens. whether of nn-
uicuw, iiitic, i-uat. au, uuuuiii suioe or ower naiu
ralprottucts of the earth, are requested to select samples
ot sufficitnt sire to fully exhibit the character of the ma
Mineral specimens should not weigh less than ten
pounds, unless they nre real cems in richness. Grains,
Seeds, Grasses, etc., both wild and cnl'ivated. Ancient
Relics, such as stone implements, pottery, petrefactioos,
etc JTatlve AVoods and their products, b. short, samples
of anything either useful or rare aad carious, will be re
ceived and forwarded to Yuma, when Dr. Jones will
overhaul aad make (elections for exhibition at Philadel
phia, a r. head,
H. A. BIG BLOW,
Prescott, July 23, 1875. Committee.
.!a. l : . , i . t hi . .i .
PRESCOTT POST OFFICE
Arrivals and Departures of Mails.
From Southern Arizona, via Wickenburg, Phnix and
Monday end Thursdays. I Tuesday and Friday at
I P. It.
From California, Eastern States, Cerbat and points i
Mondays and Thursdays. I Tuesdays and Fridays at 0
I r. m.
From Santa Fe ("New Mexico;, via Forts WIngate and
uenance ana Lamp erde.
Monday and Thursday Tuesday A Friday. 'J r. M.
F-om Wickenburg, via "Walnut Grove, Rradsbaw and
Saturday at 6 p. M. Sundays at 6 A. M.
Money order office hours from 9 A. M. to 4 P. II.
Registration duces at 5 r. Jl.
Office open Sundays Irotn 9 to 10 A. M. and from 1 to 2
p. a. o money orders issued or paid on Sundavs.
fe!2tf JAMES S. G I LES," 1'. M.
AZTLAN LODGE ffo. 177. F. & A. M.
Regular meetings of this Lodce on the last
, Saturday of each month, at 7 o clock P. 31.
Sojourning brethren are fraternally- invited
to Bttend. GEO. LOUN'T. W
Wit. Kellt, Secretary.
I. 0. 0. F., ARIZONA LODGE No. 1.
iv0Sru!1''' Jle"lar Jieeiings oa nrsi ana thira a
SATuruayoi eacn monui, ai .nasomc nan. jienv
t&sbers of the Order, in pood standing, nre In'
Hffnf yit,.d to attend
E. J. COOK, Secretary.
JOHN W. DAVIS, N.G
All the nicest, freshest and best Ham, Preparations:
J'omaues, UHs, Dyes, and Invigorators. Lttl-in s Genuine
French Extract. Soaps, Powders and Cosmetiques, can be
naa ai uk. kkmjaIjIjS, Pioneer Drug Store.
Delegate to Congress Hiram S. Stevens.
Governor A. P. K. Sallbrd.
Secretary Coles Iiashtonl.
Auditor A. C. Benedict.
Treasurer P. It. Tully.
Surveyor-General John Wasson.
Supremo Judges, 1st Dist, Chief Justice K. F. Dunne.
2d " DeForest Porter.
3d " ......... C.A.Tweed.
Clerk Supremo Court
U. S. District Attorney....
United .States Mr.rt.ual
Deputy Marsha! 1st Dist,
Collector Internal Revenue
.James E. McCaffry.
F. H. Goodwm.
Wm. J. Osboru.
F. D. Parker.
... Thos. Cordis.
S. Land Office, Prescott W. N. Kelly.
" " Florence.. . Leyi Ruggles
' " " " M. U Stiles.
" " ' Prescott Geo. Lount.
YAVAPAI COUXTV OFFICERS.
Probate Judge Harley II. Cartter.
Sheriff. Ed. F. Bowers.
Under Sheriff. F. D. Parker.
County Recorder Win. Wilkorson.
Deputy " W'm. Fo.ter.
County Treasurer John II. Marion.
Deputy " E. S. IVnwell.
Dirtriet Attorney Ed. W. Wells.
Clerk District Court Win. Wilkcrson.
CGeo. I). Kendall,
Supervisors A. O. Noycs,
Justices of the Peace H. H. Cartter and J. C. Otis.
Constables Jack Leonard and X. L. Grifliu.
VILLAGE OF PKF.SCOTT.
..C. A. LuJie.
Ruible, W. J. Tompkins.
. Foster and W. M. nullum.
.... It. II. Cartter.
AGENTS FOR THE MINER.
San Francitatl,. P. Fisher, Rooms 20 & 21 Mer
chant's Exchange, California street.
Thos. Boyce. No. 30. fsecond lloor. Merchant'. K.
.vDi lSrrnanUno Samuel Bcrge.
A'tm VvrkW. II. Ferris, :W1 North 22d street."",
ria Schnieder, Greirson fc Co
Wickenburg A-11. Peeples, and C. &. A. Stage Co.
jrardyvilleJas. P. Bull.
IVallapai Mining lHtlrici Corx & Potts, Cerbat.
J'hanix3. T. Alsap.
Fast I'licenixW. B. Hellings & Co.
Florence Jos. Collingwood.
Juwon J.S. Mansfeld.
gOOK AND JOB PRINTING
At the Miner Office.
Done in Good Style,
CHARLES T. HAYDEN.
Hayden Ferry, Maricopa County, A. T.,
UKALEH IX -
EVERY VARIETY OF MERCHANDISE,
Proprietor of the Hayden Mills.
Flour of the Very Hest Quality
From theso Water Mills always on hand. Also,
Cracked Barley for Feed for Animals.
Have on hand and for sale a largo amount of
Homo Mado Bacon and Lartl.
Freighters will find my
BLACKSMITH AND WAGON SHOPS
"Well supplied with material for repairs.
CHARLES T. HAYDEN.
HEZKK1AH KKOOKS, Agent, i'rescott, A. T. fel2tf
It. MOROAN. 1,. METurrctl.
H. MORGAN & CO.
PHCBNIX AND MORGAN'S PERRY
Maricopa County, Arizona Territory,
Our Motto; Quick Sales and Small Profits.
M. L. I'ERALTA,
Mining and Agricultural Implements,
POWDER, FUSE, ETC.
For Exhibition at the Centennial
"VT. S. FITZGERALD, of Yuma, will receive and
store all articles forwarded to Yuma for shipment to the
Centennial Exhibition at Philadelphia.
The Agents of the different counties will please forward
to his care. WILSON W. JONES. Art. for Arizona.
i lCKenonrg. jniyu. ica.
MAGNOLIA WATER FLORIDA "WATER
and the best WRIGHT'S C0L06XE, Fresh and Gen
uine, at DR. KENDALL'S Pioneer Drug Store
Two and one-half miles South of Prescott
Having now Complete!, aad In Fell Operation, ny new
caw-mitt, wita the latest ImproTed naciunery. con
sisting of SAWS, SHINGLE MACHINE, and
PLAINER. I an prepared, at the shortest
notice, to fill all orders for the folloxing
kinds of Imnber, either at the Mill
or at ny Lumber Yard in Pres
sttu c a rvr r
AND RUSTIC LUMBER,
A jVD SHIi GL.ES
OF THE FINEST QUALITY.
In short, Everything in my lino
FOR THE CONSTRUCTION
Terms Cash on Delivery.
All onlers sent by mail, or Uirouch tho merchants of
Prcsoott, will receive prompt attention.
GEO. W. CURTIS.
Prescott, 3fay 28, 1875
CLIPPER SAW -MILL.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PURCHASED
1U3 well known SHU, would resjectfully inform the pub
lic that we aro prep;ired to furnish
ALL KINDS OF
PRICES to Suit tlic TIMES.
This first-clas mill, situated on the Hassavamm eielit
miles south of Prescott. and in tho finest bodv of tiinlinr
in YavajKii county, has snjicrior fiirilities for fumishini;
Orders left with any of the merchants of Prescott wilt
receive prompt attention, especially tlio.xjfrom u distance,
and satisfaction guaranteed. WILEY &. CASEY.
i-nscott, July ai, lc7.i.
THE PIONEER MILL
OF THE TERRITORY,
(FORMERLY QUARTZ MOUXTMX SAW-MILL.)
HAS ON HAND
ALL KINDS OP LUMBER.
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST.
nd is constantly making the same, suitable for nil pur-
lwoes. A. O. NOTES.
fff Onlers left with G. Cornell or at tho store of John
G. Campbell will be promptly filled.
I'rescott, A. l, April J, lb75.
BEST AND CHEAPEST
Freight ami Passenger Route
.... FROM ....
SAN FRANCISCO, CAI,.,
G U AYJM AS, L A PAZ, MAZ AT LAN
And Other Mexican Ports.
.THE COLORADO 8TEAM NAVIGA-
,tim Company's excellent .Steamships
"NEWBEEN and MONTANA leave San
? Francisc every twenty davs for Mexican
ports und mouth of Colorado river, connecting with river
tmats. Freight lauded at Yums in twelve (12) days from
Agencies of the Company at (510 Front Street, San
Francisco, California, Yuma and Khrenlicrg. Arizoua.
I. POLHAMITS, Jit.,
Yuma to San Francisco,
,Per C. S.N. Co's Steamers:
JlST- Accommodations First Class. "Ti
I. POLHAMUS Jit.,
"iTii-iiia iOi-ng- Store.
Wholesale nnd Retail
Main Street, Yuma, Arizona,
Has in store a full lino of
DRUGS, PERFUMERY, PAUXTS,
Toilet Soap, Tooth Brushes,
And All Other Articles Usually Kept in Dmg Stores
5 Prescriptions pnt up with great care.
Onlers from the country solicited, with the assurance
uial prices, etc, wnl bo found satisfactory.
WM. COItr. jous- c. lfT-ra
CORY & POTTS
SELL CHEAP FOR CASH,
N"eecled. ly Everybody
1 1ST ARIZONA,
At their store in
CERBAT, WALLAPAI DISTRICT,
Mohave County, Arizona Territory
We keep on hand a large assortment of
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
Ls Call and see us. aurl773
Of Every Class and Kind,
Always on haai and for sale, at the Mixer office, at
prices such as no lawyer, Justice of the peace or other
officer can reasonably find fault with.
WHICH IS BETTER THAN BABBIT METAL,
for journal boxes, etiv, for sale at the illXEB oBce, In
quanuues to sun purchasers.
v ill 1 1 II T a in n fci m v 1. 1 . . .
uenuine, ai us. tu&auALdsa Drug Store.
CALIFORNIA AND ARIZONA
Prescott, Florence and Wickenburg,
San Bernardino and L,os Angeles
IX SIX DAYS,
Carryinc the United States Mai!, and tLe California and
Arizona Express Co.'s Package and Express,
Cwnnectinc with Well. Fargo ,fc Co.'s
Express at San Bernardino, Cal.
AUR CONCORD COACHES
J leave San Bernardino daily with
Possencrers. U.S. Mails and Wells, Fi irpu crerS-fS
i. C.'s Express, connectmc with Railroad at Spadra,
ruuninir mrouga 10 ios Anjreies in .Ninety .Minutes. Art
zona passenpers over these routes cross the Gila and Salt
Rivers, pass through
Phcenlr, Colorado River Indian Reservation, Ehrenberr
Do3 Palms, Ajua Calliento or Great Hot Min
eral Spniujs, Celebrated San Gorgonia
Pass, and Kany Place3 of In
terest along the Roata
worthy of notice.
For all particulars npply at our offices, represented by
P. S. EMPET, Acent Prescott.
II. II. HULL, ABent Phcenix.
J. COLLINGWOOD, Agent Floreace.
F. J. STARKE. Agent Ehrenberff..
J. II. HUGHES, Agent San Bernardino
E.P. NICHOLS. Agcnt.... Spadr .
GEO. PRIDHAM, Agent Los Angeles.
J. H. PIERSON, Secretary
OrKICF Wickenburg. fol9 tf
SANTA FE AND PRESCOTT
Semi-Weekly Mail Line.
IJuckbonnls leavo Prescott for Santa Fo
Every Wednesday and Saturday Morning
Carrying U. S. Mails and passengers, connecting at Ran
dalvillo on tho Colorado Caiquito with buckbonrd lor
Fare to Santa Fe, $75. Time, 7 1-2 Days.
uisrance, auu .Miles.
Fare from Santa Fe to St. Louis S10G.00
1-aro from Santa Fo to Chicatro 112. (X)
Faro from Santa Fe to New York 133.00
tlPFor jartioulars inquire at tho PostolEca.
HAYWARD &. BAKER.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL
District, Yuvnpai County.
MiimiA Stkiiiuxs, I'laintift", i
John STEJililxs, Defendant. )
Action brought in the District Court. Thinl Judicial Dis
trict, in nnd for the County of Yavapai, iu tho Territo
ry oi rtnzouu.
Tho Territory of Arizona sends greeting to John Stcbbins,
You nre hereby summoned and renuired to nnnenr in
an action brought against you by tho above named plain
tiff, in the District court of the Thinl Judicial District, in
and for the County of Yavapai, in the Territory of Ari
zona, and answer tho complaint filed with the clerk of
tins court, at I'rescott. in said countv fa. conv of tvliidi
complaint accompanies this summon), within twenty
days (exclusive of the day of service after the service
upon you of this summons, if served in this county; but
if served out of the county and within this district, tbun
within thirty days ; in allother cases forty davs.
1 his action is brought praying for a decree dissolving
the IkjihIs of matrimony now existing between tho plain
tiff nnd defendant, on tho irronnds of extreme enielti-.
causing grievous mental and' bodily sulferiuir to plain tin.
Aud you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear
nnd answer tho complaint, as alwve required, the pluintiir
will take default against you, and will upply to the court
for tho relief demanded in her said comi.liint nml
unu uisuiirseiucnis in mis beliall expended.
Given under my hnnd and the seal of the said Dis
trict court, at Prescott, this llltU day of August. A.
I). 1S75. AVILLIAM AYILKKRSoN,
I VS-' Clork.
RUMl &. WKM.S, Attys. far Pllf. angSOta.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL
District, Yavapai County.
IlAUIXY II. CARTTEK, Jit., surviving partner of the
lato partnership doing business under tho llrm name
ot H. II. Curtter &. Son, Plaintiff,
JAJIIS R. Pokteu, Defendant
Action brought in the District Court of the Third Jndi
cial District in and for tlie County of Yurapai in tho Ter-
riiury oi jinzona.
The Territory of Arizona sends greeting James J:.
You aro hereby summoned and required to appear in nn
action broucht against you by the above nameil plaintifT
in tho District Court of the Thinl Judicial District in and
for the County of Yavnpai, in tho Territory of Arizona
and answer the 'complaint filed with tho clerk of this
court at Prescott, in said county fa copy of which com
plaint accompnn'es this summons) within twenty days
(exclusive of the day of service.) alter the service uim
you of this summons, if served in this county ; but if
served out of the county and within this district, then
within thirty days; in all other cases forty days.
Aud you aro hereby notified that if you fall to appear
.......,,,., , wiiijwuiiu asaoue require)!, tlie plain-
tiff will take judgement against youby'default forthe sum
of live hundred feiCO) dollars, for legal services rendered
and costs and disbursements in this behalf expended.
Oiven under my hand and the seal of the said District
Court at Prescott, this 'JSth day of July a. n. 1S75.
I- K . . WILLIAM WILKERSON, Clerk.
Rusn .t WELLS, Atty's for Plaintiff jul30t9
To all tchom it may concern .
I heieby warn any and all persons against trusting
Charles L. t redenck either on my account or the late
firm or llrooks Jt Frederick, as I will not bo resiHjusible
for any such indebtedness lrom and niter tb'tf date.
I also notify all crsns indebttil to the lnte firm of
Ilnwks k t redenck, not to pay over to said Frederick
anything they may owe to said firm, until fjirther notice.
. . H.BROOKS.
" 1 ,
To all tehom it may concern:
I hereby warn any and all persons ngainst trusting II.
llrooks, either on my uccount or the late firm of llrooks tc
I redenck, as I will not be resKnsible for any such in-
i-rrscuii. J. l. AUir. .'. Ihi.i. ..C. t
'"-- iiuiu ouu iuitr wiis Uilie.
iww mjiiyoiipenoM indebteil to the late firm of
iWv a. r rwiencK, no: to jay over to atd llrwkn anr-
tklDir that mnv nn-M nM ...it r . ,r J
-n j j uiu siiin, uuiu igniter noil re.
. m . CHAS. E. FREDERICK.
Prescott, A. T., Aug. 13, 1&75. aug!3tl
To tc7iom it may concern :
D.J. Thornton having sold out hi interest in tho Wil
lows Ranch, the business of tLe late firm will bo set
tled by Breed &. Burch WJI ltURCH
J. II. BREED
,. D. J. THORNTON.
Willows, Mohavo Co., A. T., Aug. 4. 1873. aufitl.
The partnership heretofore existing between J. M. Cot.
ton and Geo. E. Mowry has by mutual consent been dis
solved. Mr. Cotton will pay all debts and collect nil
dues, and attend to any and all business belonging to the
co-partnership, and will continue the business at the old
land. j. jr nnTTnv
. , . . GEO. E. MOWRY.
Phcrnix. A. T., Ang. 1C, 187&. augSUtl
Location of Mining Claims,
FOR SALE AT THE MINER OFFICE.
No Prospector or Miner should go into the country
without a supply of these very bandy and correct read v
Camp Meeting Notice.
There will be a Camp meeting h!d two miles west of
Jimicupa county, in sail liiver V alley, commen
cing on Friday, Sci-totnber 10th, 1873.
U dh ALEX. GROVES.
To the Unfortunate,
NEW REMEDIES! NEW REMEDIES!
DR. GIBBON'S DISPENSARY
YO. 623 KEARNEY ETREET. CORlTEa
( X Commcn-iai, San Francbcu. IMTate ea.
i trance on Commercial Street. Establuhed I
t ISM. for the treatment of Sexual ni-it sl
l'w. uch as Gonorrhea. Gleet, StricrorT
SjThilis in all its forms, Seminal Weakness, Impoteatr
etc, etc Skin Diseases of years standing, and L'lceraui
Lees, etc. successfully treateiL
I)K. OlllliOX hss the pleasure of anncuncinfr that k
has returned from visliinc the principal Hospitals of TV.
rode, and has resumed practice.
The Doctor has srared neither time nor money in tv'
wjr mt xi-xr remedies, ntl has returned irith increuL
facilities for the alleviation of human suffering.
Seminal emission is the consequence of self-abuse. TLfi
solitary vice, or depraved sexual indulgence, is rcactli
oy tne youm oi oota sexes to an almost unlimited exttat
producing with nnerting certainty the foJlowinr ,Jl
symptoms, unless combatteil by- scientific medical
' l- .tMwuauvc, uaiA pjins unurf me M
pain in the bead, ringing in the ears, noise like the ruwS
of leaves or rattling of chamois, uneasiness aW. .?
loins, wcaknets of the linitw, confused vision, blunted
tcllect, loss of confidence, diffidence in approaching MaL
gcrs, a dislike to form new acquaintance, a dispiMitigota
shun society, loss of memory, pimples and varioos erv
tions about the face, hectic flushes, furred tongu,
breath, coughs, consumption, night sweats. wotsaMnS
and frequent insanity. If relief be not obtained!
should apply immediateiv. cither in person or h- iJFs
and havo a euro effected by his new and scieatif c bk?'
of treating this disease, which never fails of effLT:
quick aud radical cure.
Cured at Home.
Persons at a distance may be CURED AT HOME, br
addressing a letter to Dr. Gibbon, suiting case, svmptoa?
length of time the disease has confined, nnd havo mtd!
cine promptly torwarded, freo from damage and tcrioJhr
to any particular part of the country, with full and ulsa
directions tor use.
Pertons writing to the Doctor will nlease stnt tt. .
I of the rmper they see this advertisement in.
"j uvuais iuiu in n reKisiereU letter
thiough the Postoffice. or through "Wells, Fargo &. Co.
package of medicine will be forwarded to any part of Q
All communications strictly confidential.
juuress. xuc J. e. GIBBON
Jeimy. Box 1,057, San Francisco, CalitoVai.
FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD.
This compound of the verit
able alteratives. Sarsapanlhl
Dock. Stillincia and Stn.
iviui uie louiuetloipi).
yytass'tam and iron makrs a
. I - t- T . . ... T 1 . .
yt)f complaints which are verr
t"a (imiuui euic oiatfries
purifies tlie blood, purresmt
the lurking humors in tli m.
tern, that undermine heaith
and settle into tiuubleseme
disorners. eruntioas nf a
skin and the apjenranee on tho surface of hnsor tkt
should be exelled Ironi the blood. Internal dcrasn.
ments are the determination of these same humors to some
internal orjran, or organs, whose action they derange. st&
whose substunce they disease and destroy. ATEtt'S,' Sit.
SAIMKIIXA expels these humois from the. blood. VTl
they are gone, the disorders they produce disappear, such
as ulcerations of the liver. Stomach, Kidnevs, Lain,
Kruptions and Eruptive Diseases of the skin.'St. Antho
nyV Fire, Itose orErytipelas, Pimples, Pustules, Blotches.
Boils, Tumors, Tetter nml Salt Rheum, Scald Head. Riojr
worm. Ulcers and S..res. Rheumatism. Neuralgia. Pain ia
Hie Bones, Side und Head. Femalo Weakness Sterility,
I.cucorihea, nrising from internal ulceration and nteriie
disease, Dnipsy, Dysjiepsla, Emaciation nnd General De
bility. AVith their departure health returns.
Dr. J. C..AYER & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
HOLD 11V ALL VKURG1ST5 AXP UKALEHS IX JIHUICUr
TN THE JUSTICE COURT OP PRESCOTT PRE
X cinct, in tho County of Yavnpai und Territory 1
Arizona. Jas. C. Otis, J. 1.
Houekt H. Walker Plaintiff, ;
WM. J. Rom, Defendant
77ie Territory of Arizona sends greeting to Wm.J.Rost,
You are hereby summoned to appear before me at my
ofilce, in Prescott, in the County of Yavnpai, on the 2nd
day of October, A. I), le?."!, at 11 o'clock a. m., in an
action brought niriiinst you by said plaintiff to answer
the complaint of the above named plaintiff.
Said action is brought to recover tho sum ot one hun
dred -nnd twnty-eight dollars f$lU0) or judgment
will bo taken ngainst you for the said aaount
together with costs of this suit, it yon fail to appear asd
To the Sheriff cr any Constable of saiil county greet
ing: Make legal service and due return hereof.
uiven under uiy hand this 23d day of July. A. D.
' JAS. V. OTIS,
augCw l Justice of the Teace of said ITecinrt
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL
District in nnd for tho County of Mohave, and Terri
tory of Arizona.
Aloxzo E. Davis, Plaintiff,
T. N. Colli?, W. McGeauv, h. A. lUiusziiir. H. JL
DeIIew ht, Geoikje Scott, Jajifj Wateb). 1(. A.
Joxes, E. P. Raixs and Jon.v BAitur, Deft's.
Action brought in Iho District Court 4f the Third Judi
cial District in and for said County uf Mohave and Ter
ritory of Arizona.
Tho Territory of Arizona bends greeting to II. A.Jones
and E. P. Rains :
You aro hereby summoned and required to appear in sa
action brought ngain.t you by the above named pluintil
in the District Court of the Thinl Judicial District ia aid
lor the County or Mohave, in the Territory of Ariiuna.
anil answer the complaiut filed with the Clerk of this
Court, at Cerbat, in said county, fa copy of which com
plaint accompanies this summons), within twenty dais
urauuyui service; alter tnu service upon
you of this summons, if served in this county, hot If
served out of ihe county nnd within this district then
within thirty days ; in all other cases forty days.
The said action is brought to recover the possession of
a certain mining claim known us tho "San Francisco"
claim, situated in the Owen Mining District, Mohare
county, Arizona Territory, the descpription of which is
more particularly set forth in the said complaint and also
to recover the sum of thirty thousand (530,000) dollars
damages for the withholding thereof.
And you are hereby notified that if yon fail to appear
and answer the complaint as above required, tho plaintia
will tike judgment against yon for the restitution of the
mining claim nnd premUes ami for tho sum of thirty thou
sand f $30,000) dollars damages for the withholding there
of, and costs and disbursements in this behalf expended.
Given under my haud and the seal of said District
e Court, at Cerbat this 9th dav of Jnly A.D. 1875.
US. I CALDWELL WRIGHT, Clerk.
"v By II. UCCK8BAUJI, Deputy.
I hereby certify the within to be n full, tme and correct
copy of original summons, in the above entitled action,
now on file In my office.
crTiAlMt mr band and official seal this 9th day of
L.S. July a. i). lr-5.
V-- CALDWELL WRIGHT, Clerk.
JtiU23t9 ijy ii. HccKaliAUM, Deity.
TN THE JUSTICE COURT OF PRFSffiTT I'RE-
i- cinct in the County of Yarnpai, Territorr of Arizona.
Geo. D. Kendall, Ilaintiff, )
Wjl J. Ross, Defendant )
Tlie Territory of Arizona sends gruting to H'w. J. Rots,
Yeu are hereby summoned to appear before me at mf
office in Prescott in the county ot Ynvatai. on Ihe 30th
day of September. A. D. 1&75. at 11 nVlirftk a. m. In SH
! action brought against joa by aIU plaintiff, to acin er the
complaint of the nljovc-named plaintiff.
Said action is brought to recover the sura of tw3 hun
dred and fourteen dollars (6211.00) or Judgment will
be taken against yon frr the said amount together
with costs or this suit if you fall to appear aad
To the Sheriff or any Constable of said CountTt grest
intr : Make leaal serrlce and due return hereor. '
Oiven under my hand this 2M day of Julr. A. IT
lcto. JAS. C OTIS,
angCw4 Justice of the Peace of said lreiDct
To J. Wallace or any other person or persons deriving
iu onginat locators in tbe Jiiac
Tan lead lode or vein, situated in Wallapai Minfap Di
tnct Mohave county, Aroona Territory r
l ou are hereby notideil that if yon do not appu
within DO days from the date hereof and pay yeur pro
portion of the expenses incurred in the amount c f work
done in said mine, as rrqnired by law, the undersigsed
wUl claim a forfeiture ot your interest in said mine, in
accordance with the mining laws now in force.
Cerbat July, 3, 1673. Jyl6m3
TJNKWEED REMEDY OR OREGON RHEF
matic Cure, at DR. KENDALL'S Via,! BUi
wmmM win rrjit is