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St Peter and the Pull-Back.
From tbe Nex York Graphic we learn thatthe
rail-Back bas had some trouble with St. F:tcr.
and tbU is the way it Is told :
A little Fullback sought one daj
The ftes ol Paradise;
St. Peter wiped his cpectaclct
And rubbed his ancient ejes.
And throngs of female angels came
With enrions gaze the while.
Intent, as ladles always are.
To ee the latest style. 5
The Saint put on his glasses then
An observation took ;
"What! What The said; "this traverses
The laws of 'mustn't look.' "
Tied back iu front ! Piled up behind t
'Twill never do, I fear ! .
The thing is too ridiculous
You cannot enter here."
What did she do? My curious frtend,
She got behind a tree ;
And in a Jlfley she was dressed
As angels ought to be.
SU Peter kissed her then, and said :
"Pass in my little deir ;
But mind, you mustn't introduce
8ucli naughty fashions here."
The San Francisco Christian Advocate,
the orsran of the M. Jb. Church on tins coast
while advocating the free public school
tern, would restrict it to the simplest
inentary branches of education, and entrust
the higher studies entirely to the
guidance of tbo churches.
The ministerial interference in the public
institutions of the country is becoming an in
tolerable nuisance and the laiety of both
Catholic and Protestant churches may ere
lone have to combine their efforts to save
the schools from priestly und ministerial jug
There is quite an excitement in the "up
per circles" of ban Francisco society oicr
the suit commenced by Charity, wife of AI-
vinra Hay ward, for divorce. She claims
divison of the property which is estimated
at 10,000.000. In the answer which accom
nanies the complaint Mr. llayward admits
that he is in possession of considerable com
munity property but is unnble to state the
value of the same. He also asks that the
property be divided and the divorce granted.
Application for Patent.
U. S. LAM) Office. I
PRESCOTT, A. T. Dec 31, 1875. j
Kotice if hereby given. ,bat F. Temple, by his
attorner-ln-fact. Caldwell Wriest, whose P. O. addresii Is
Cerbat, Mohave county, A. T.. has thin day made appll
cation thn.ugh this office lor U. S. Patent fur one thou
and JLOOO'lincar feet of the 8chuylkill vein or lwle,
bonrinir nrecioui metal. with surface irronnd thrco hr.n-
dred 300) feet In width, situated in Wallapai Mining
District, eountv of Mohave. Territory of Arizona, and
described In the plat aid field notes now on filo in this
office as follows, viz :
Commencing at Original Monument, near tho north
west comer of south shaft, thence X feS'SO East 'A27 clis.
to monument on East line of claim point of beginning ;
thence N 430' West 9.09 chains to KB corner nnd monu
ument of stones; thence 8 eiW W 4.54 chains to stake
in monument of stones for NW corner; thenco S 403:y
East 15.15 chains to SW corner and monument of stones ;
thence N ei30' East 4.51 chains to itake in monument of
tones ntSE corner; thence N" 4330' W 6.06 chains to
point of beginning. From the NE corner of the claim t j
corner between Sections 3. 3, 34 and 35. on Towtublp
line between Townships 23 and 24. North It an 51. 18 W.
Olla and Salt River meridian, bears S 51 E 18.50 chains
distant. Containing 6.67 acre.
WILLIAM N. KELLY.
Proposals for Fresh. Beef
IlEADQCAnTEKS l)FA''T OK ARIZONA,
Office Chief Commimauv of subs-istrxce,
PnESCOTT, AKIZONA, December 15, 1875.
SEALED PROPOSALS, in triplleate. with n copy or
this advertisement attached to each, will be received :it
this offlt until 12 o'clock M-. Thursday, February 3. 1675.
for furnishing fresh Ueef and Mutton 011 the block to tl.e
troops, citizen employes, and Indian allies at each of U e
following named posts, and at nay others that may here
after be established in the Department of Arizona, viz :
Camp Apache, Camp Mojavc,
" Bowie, " Verdo,
" Giant. Fort Whipple,
" Lowell, " Yuma.
" McDowell, Yuma Depot,
during the yar, commencing- July 1, 1376, and ending
June 30, 1877.
The supply will probably require about 1300 Beeves
Ilids will also be rt-eet ved at the same time and place to
furnish the utttcerc and their families with choice cuts i
BeeCTVeal, and Muttnn for the period abovo mentioned.
Proposals will also be received at the umo time and
place for supplying the Posts with Ueef and mutton 03
Separate proposals fur furnishing Freih Ueef and Mat
ton on tbo block, or on IU hoof, will be received for cadi
post, or one proposal mny include nil the posts. "
The right Is reserved of accepting or rejecting any bid
as may be deemed best for the interest of the United
Further information as to oenditinns, forms of propo
sals, copies of instructions to bidder, advertisemects,
quality of moat, payment!. Sec. can be obtained by ap
plication to this office. Bidder are Invited to be present
at the opening of the bids.
Enveloiies sboald bo endooed. "Proposals for Href and
Mutton." JOHN D. WlLKINS,
dtc2ltl Lt. Col. 6th Inft., A. C. C. S.
Proposals for Subsistence Score.
llEADyUAKTKKS DEl'T OF AlUZO.VA,
Office Uiiikf Commissai:v of Suiwistexce,
Pkescott, Akizona, Dec 15, 1875.
SEALED PROPOSALS, tn triplicate will be receiv
ed until 12 o'clock M., Thursday. February 3, 1876. for
furnULlng all the Pork, Bacon, Flour. Deans, Hominy,
nnd Cum Meal required nt the different posts in tho De
partment of Arizona (except Pork and llacon at Cainr
Apache', during tho year commencing July 1. 1876. und
ending June 30, 1677. or such less time as the Commissary
Geueral of Subsistence may direct.
Tho following amounts are approximate. The con
tractor will be required to furnish all required, whether
more or less :
Vattx. Pork. llacon. Flour. It f ant.
Camp Apache, lOO.OOOBs. lO.OOOtSs.
" Howie. 6 000 IBs. 3,000 16s. 23 0.0 2 51)0 "
" (Jraut. 28.000 14.000 " 130,000 13,000 "
" ixiwell. 17.000 " 8.500 W),000 " 9 000 "
" McDowell, 10.000 " 5,000 " 60,000 6,000
" Moiuvw. 7 000 " 3,500 " 40.000 " 4.000 "
" Verde. 23,000 " lt.500 " 120.000 " 12000 "
Fort Whipple. 14,000 " 7.000 " 80.000 " 8.000 "
Yuma Dep..t, 8,000 4'000 " 43W0 " 4,500 "
For Information as to tho amounts of Corn Meal and
Hominy required, attention is invited to "Instructions to
Due notice Is to be given by the Post Commissaries to
eentrocturs of the amounts required and time of each de
livery. The articles to be supplied under any contract made in
fursuuiH-e of this advertisement most be products of Ari
zona vr the adtacent country.
Samples of the Flour, Hears. Cora Meal and Hominy
to be furnished as early as practicable with the bidder's
mama and the contents plainly marked thereon.
Ibices must b stated ia United States currency.
Separate proposals fur furnishing each of the articles at
any post, or all of thm at any post, will be received, or
eue proposal may Include all the amounts at each aud ev
The right is reserved of accepting or rejecting any hid
a may be deemed best for tho interest of the United
ProMals must be accompanied by a proper guarantee
tigtrd by two responsible persons, that within ten day
after notification of the award of the contract, contract
shall b rnlertd Into. A gtod and snfficient bond will be
yequlred Irons the party to waora any contract is awarded,
wdafao a certificate from the Clerk of the County Court
r a. maiiratr, that each bondsman Is worth that amount.
Each 'bid will be accotupualed with a copy of this ad
TerUsesseiitaad "Instractioas to Bidders."
TIm ewtneU to be subject to the approval ef the DiT
iefee aed Dcyartseat ComasaBder.
ta eteI She abandonment cf a post, the contract to
Uiat limtc ix tfaat pott.
Ftir tfetsuted Information, copies of "Insrructioni to
BidJ," advertisements, ic. apply to the Military
Headaaartef, Saata Fe ; Chief Comaaissary of Sobtin
meo.'Sia' Fraacico ; Chiet Comalssary of Subslsteace,
PrateoM, and aay post in Arizona.
BUdersaje laTited to be preseat at tie opening of the
kaTelcfie tboaU be eadDrsed "Proposals for (aaase
ta artielet), s4 addressed to te Chief Comtafcwary of
J. K. WALKCB.
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES
Granite St.. bet. Goodwin & Carlton.
HATHAWAY & WALKER, Proprietors.
Beit livery horses and elegant vehicles at all times and
at reasonable rates. Hones boarded or bought and sold.
Hay and Grain always on hand.
HATHAWAY &. WALKER
Prescott, Aug. 20, 1875.
W. L. HEMPHILL.
BLACKSMITH, WAGON MAKER,
HAVING TAKEN THE STAND FORMERLY OC
cupled by Mitchell Si Gardner. n Granite street, nearly
oppotlte Hathaway Sc. Walker's livery stable, wtll con
ductfend carry oa
WAGOIV AND CARRIAGE
MAKING AND REPAIRING,
Particular attention paid to Horse-shoeing.
VT. L. HEMPHILL.
Prescott, August27, 1875.
NEW BAKERY AND CHOP-HOUSE.
The anderslgned begs to Inform the public that he
new running a
BAKERY AND CHOP-HOUSE
IX JOHN LAUQHLIN'S BUILDING, MONTEZUMA
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
Hp The best of BREAD, PIES and CAKES always
on hand, for sale cheap. U. IU I UK.
Trescott, Augast 20, 1875.
PRESCOTT MEAT MARKET,
NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE PLAZA
W are now prepared to furnish the people ot Present!
and vicinity with excellent Beef, Mutton, etc., wholesale
and retail, at fair, living prices.
Prescott. July P, 1B7-I
liAHGE. NEW, COMPLiETE
WAGON AND BLACKSMITH SHOPS
Gurley Street, Fronting on Granite,
All kinds of Blackstnithing,
agon-making and re
palrinr done in good style by
FRED G. BRECHT
FRESH MEAT AND VEGETABLES
PIONEER MEAT MARKET,
Montezuma Street, Prescott.
Eit plenty of both, and you will soon be as strong a
an ox, as fat in butter, and as stout, around th waist. a
Presidential Quaker. U. HATHA WAV,
Mules for Sale.
Messrs. Ruecles & Drew. 4 doors north of the MINER
office, have a pair of fine American mules for sale, at low
Team for Sale.
Ono pair of heavy American horses, well broken to
work either siuirlo or double, and perfectly sound' Will
be sold at a bargain. Enquire of Win. M. Bufium, or
myself. S. O. BAKER.
Prescott, ov.-t), levo. u
CHARLES T. HAYDEN.
Hayden Ferry, Maricopa County, A. T.,
-DEALER IX -
1VERY VARIETY OF MERCHANDISE,
Proprietor of the Hayden Mills.
Flour of the Very Best Quality
From these Water Mills always on hand. Also,
Cracked Barley for Feed for Animals.
Have on hand and for snlo a Inrge amount of
Homo Mudo Bucon and Xjurtl.
Freighters will find my
BLACKSMITH AND WAGON SHOPS
Well snpplied with material for repairs.
CHARLES T. HAYDEN.
HEZEKIAH BROOKS, Agent, rrweott, A. T. felStf
TIEiVDA B A RATA.
On ths West Side of the Flaze,
PIKENIX, - - - ARIZONA.
A General Assortment
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
Boots and Shoes, Etc.,
For Sale Cheap.
Drug's and iIed.icines
An experienced druggist always on hand in compound
medicines and put up prescriptions. E. IRVINE.
January . una.
H. MOCGAX. P. DtETKITCn.
H. MORGAN & CO.
PHCENZX AND MORGAN'S FERRY
Maricopa County, Arizona Territory,
Our Uotto: Quid Sales and Small Profit.
From Wolf Creek, about the let of November, one dark
bay ntaw branded C on the left hip and shoulder; and a
Strum 8 oa tho left hied leg. Also oae sorrel wtufe-Branched
with a heart oa the left hip. and other Spanish bras
sua d saddle marked. I wm pay liberally for their return
tne; er for iefcraiatiea. that wilt lead to their recoverv.
W. B. HAWTHORN K.
PRESCOTT POST OFFICE.
Arrivals and Departures of Mails.
From Southern Arizona, via Wlckeshurg, Phoroix asd
Xosdays and Thursdays. I Tnesdays and Fridays at
I P. M.
From California, Eastern States, Cerbat and points ia
Mondays and Thursdays. I Wednesdays at 6 f. H. and
1 Saturdays at B r. M.
From Santa Fe fN'ew Mexico), via Foru Wisgat. and
Defiance and Camp erde.
Monday asd Thurday Tuesday & Friday. 8 r.
F-om iVickenburg, via Walnut GroTc, Bradshaw and
Saturdays at Cr.M. Sundays at 6 A. If.
Office hours from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Money order oSee hours from 9 A. II. to 3 r. X.
Registration closes at 3 r. M.
OfSce open Sucdayt trom 9i to 10 A. X.
No money orders issued or paid on Sundays.
fel2tf THEO. W. OTIS, P. M
AZTLAN LODGE No. 177, F. & A. M
a A JjxV
Reirular aieetings of this Lodre on the last
Saturdajof each montb, at 7 o does: r. ji
Soiourning brethren nr. fraternally Invited
to attend. GEO. LOUST, W
WM. N. KELLT, Secretary.
I. 0. 0. F., ARIZONA LODGE No. 1
Recular Meetings on first and third Sat'
feurdavof eichmcnth, at Masonic Hall. Hem
rtuH tl.. nt.p In mini .t.rnJi. . mrm in
JJWiw vited to attend. E. J. COOK, JI.U
Jas. GoL'oh, Secretary.
All the nicest, frehest end best Haik PREfARATIOXS:
Pomades. Oils, Dyei, and Invlgorators, I.utln s Genuine
French Extract, Soaps. Powders and Cosmt tiques. can be
had at DR. KENDALLS, Pioneer Drug Store.
Delegate to Congress Hiram 8. Stevens.
Governor A. P. K. Safford.
Secretary Coles Kashiord.
Auditor A. C Renedict.
Surveyor-Oeneral John Wason.
Supreme Judges, lstElst, Chief Justice E. F. Dunne.
" " 2d " DeForest Porter.
" " 3d " C. A.Tweed.
Clerk Supreme Court Joseph R Auston.
U. S. Dittrict Attorney E. U. PomroT.
United States Marshal F. H. Goodwin.
Deputy Marshal 1st DisL, Wm. J. Osborn.
' ' 3d " F.D.Parker.
Collector Internal Revenue Tho. Cordis.
Register U. S. Land Office, Prescott W. N. Kelly.
" " " Florence... Ia vi Rucgles
Receiver " " " " M. L. Stiles.
' " " Prescott Geo. Lount.
TAVAfAl COL'NTT OFFICEHS.
Irobate Judge Harley H. Cartter.
Sheriff. Ed. F. Bowers.
Under Sheriff...... ...................R. C. Barnes.
County Recorder Wm. Wilkerson.
Deputy " Wm. Fotr.
County Treasurer John H. Marion.
Deputy " E. S. Penwell.
Dirtrict Attorney Ed. W. Wells.
Clerk District Court Wm. Wilkerson.
i Gen. D. Kendall,
Supervisors A. O. N'oyes,
III W. Fltury.
Justices of the Peace.... H. II. Carttor and J. C. Otis.
Constables Jack Leonard and Joe Knott.
VILLAOK Or rRESCOTT.
Mayor C. A. X.nke.
n ., f John Ralble, W. J. Tompkins,
Councilmen J Q ,, Koer Bnd w 5, nnffura.
Marshal Wm. Jenninjrs.
Recorder H. II. Cartter.
Treasurer - Wm. Bashfoni.
AGENTS FOR THE MINER.
Jan Francisco Chas. W. Crane, 426 Monteomcrr
San Bernardino Samuel Bergt.
Xtw York W. II. Ferris, 301 North 23d street.
Yuma Schnieder, Greirson St Co
Khrtnberg A. Frank.
Wickenburg C. Si A. 8taj e Co.
IfardjfrilUJ&s. P. Bull.
Wallapai Mining Vittriei Cory i Potts, Cerbat.
PhanixJ. T. Alsap.
fait PhanixW. B. Helllngs Sc. Co.
Florence Jos. Collingwood.
lucion J.S- Manafeld.
AND JOB PRINTING
Done in Good Style,
At the MlNF.lt Office.
E. TV. FISH St CO.
Peilre to inform the public, through the medium of the
MIXER, that their extensive stores and warehouses, at
TTJ CS O 1ST,
In Pima Countx. Arizcnn. nr nltmvn fiMrA with fill
lines of such gixxls ns are needed in:the Territorj-, and
their ample facilities for purchasing and receiving goods,
enaoic mem 10 sen oeiier articles, lor less uioner. tban
any oilier nnn in southeastern Arizona.
In addition to regular store articles, they keep on band
PINE LUMBER AND SHINGLES.
B-A.-RTJ-B-ST Sc CORN.
Mr Fish will le pleased to receive calls from such citixens
oi !ortleni Anzona, ew Mexico and California, as may
visit, or pass Tucson.
THE POST TRADER'S STORE,
FORT WHIPPLE, ARIZONA,
KEEI'S FOR BALK
BOOTS -A. 1ST ID SHOES,
STATIONERY, FANCY OOODS
TOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC.
EF" Price Beasonable.
ROWERS Sc. RICHARDS, Proprietor
RANCHING IN WILLIAMSON VALLEY.
HORSES AND MULES WILL RE RANCHED AT
Three Dollars per Month,
At my ranch in Williamson Valloy.
lelfitf WILLIAM J. SIMMONS.
SEND T O
J. A. LAMBERSON,
Or Walnut Grove, for
In any Quantity from One Sack to
Br virtue of an execution Issued oat of Justice Harler
H. Cnrtter's Court, Presctt Precinct, Conntyor Yavapai,
Arizona Territory, to me directed in favor cf William H.
Throne and against Fred A. Wcldon. I have seized and
shall expoe for sain at public auction for cash at 11 o'clock.
A. M.. ou Friday the SSth day of January, 1P76, at the
Court Uouse in Prescott, the following described property
to wit :
Lots 19, 21, and 23, in Block G, ami buildings thereon,
locatrJ on the corner of Gorky and Granite streets, in tho
Village of Prescott, A. T. ED. F. BOWERS.
Presctt, Jaaaary S, IS7K. Sheriff.
Of Every Class and Kind,
Always ea has! and far sale, at the MIXES ofiee. at
wires, such as so lawyBr. Justice ef the peace or other
oSloercaa reasonably find fault with.
,TJHI WEED SEXEDY 0101EGOX Z1EU
satio uur, at uk. kcaualis Dref 5or
Two and one-half miles South of Prescott
Havizg roTrCoapleted. &ad in. Fell Operation, mj sev
Saw-Mill, with the latut improved mcniaerj. can'
tjatisgof 8AWS, SHINGLE MACHINE, aai
PLAIKEE. I vs. prepued, at t3a ritortest
notice, ta fill all crden far the fallowing
kinds of Lnnber, either at tie Mill
oratayLtmber Yard ia Pres
AND RUSTIC LUMBER
Casings, Mouldings, Fanelings
A N JD SIIIiNGLES,
OF THE FiyEST QUALITY.
In short, Kverythlng ia my lint
roii thit: coxstructiox
Terma Cash on Dolivery.
All orders sent by mall, or through the snerchaals of
Trescott, will receive prompt attention.
GEO. W. CUUTIS.
Prescott, Slay 28, 1S75
THE CLIPPER MILLS
Ilave established a aeiv
On the West side of Granite Creek,
Corner 3IcCorraick k Gurley Sts.,
1 1ST PRESCOTT,
Where the proprietors. Messrs. AVI LEY Sc. CASEY, will
always have on band all Vinds of building lumber.
The Mills are situated eight miles south of Prescott, in
the finest body of timber in Yavapai County, and havo
-Ylwitys on Hund.
Particular attention civen to orders for CLEAR
LUMBER, and bills will be filled with dispatch.
WILEY Sc CASEY.
Prescott. Not. 19, 1875.
THE PIONEER MILL
OF THE TERRITORY,
iFORUERLT QUARTZ MOUXTAIX SA WltlLL.)
HAS ON HND
ALL KINDS OF LUMBER,
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST.
And is constantly mnVtng the same snitnhla for all pur
poses. A. O. MJYK5.
e" Orders left with G. Cornell or at the store of John
(. Campbell will be proraptlv rilled.
Prescott. A. T., April 1, 1875.
STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S
LEAVE SAN FRANCISCO EVERY
SO days for Mexican Ports and the
mouth of the Colorado River, connect'
inir with River Boats. Arencies of the
610 Front St, San Francisco, California.
Yuma and Ehrenberg, Arizona.
December 31, 1875.
Yuma DQi-ng- $5 tore.
Wholesale and Retail
Mnin Street, Yuma, Arizona,
Has in store a full line of
DRUGS, PERFUMERY, PAJLNTS,
Toilet Soap, Tooth Brashes,
And All Other Articles TJecally Kept in Drag Stores
ttff Prescriptions pnt up with rreat care.
Orders from the country solicited, with the assurance
that prices, ic, will he found satisfactory.
POINT OF ROCKS LIME KILNS,
A. S. Clongh, Proprietor.
LIME alwavs on hand in sny quanties to suit the wants
of purchasers. B. II. WEAVEIt, Acent,
Montezuma Street, Irescott. rarSCyl
A Splendid Farm and Family Journal.
THE KANSAS FARMER.
In its Hth year; 8-pape weekly. SSperyear. Original,
Independent and rrogresslve,
THE AMERICAN YOUNG FOLKS,
The best nnd cheapest Hoys" and Girls paper published.
50 cents per year. Copies of both papers eut for 10 cents.
Address, J. K. nuu.,5U, Topekn, Kansas.
Has quickly taken a hich place amonir acrlcultural
jonrBal. fN.Y.Tribune.....Ithosbeen conducted with
enirpry and ability, and we have comidered it aminp the
or ii or our exenanpes, ana a wortny representative of the
West. Phlla.. Pa.. Pmctical Farmer. ...Our Kansas
friends should feel much pride in the high character and
sterling worth of their State acricuitural paper. Nation
al Live .Stock Journnl I like the KANSAS FAKMF.lt
very rauoh. and as early as my present engagement will
permit, I shall esteem it a pleasure to write fur you on the
terms you" propHse. Jos. Harris of Moreton "Farm, au
thor of "Walks and talks " I read, the FAUMER with
deep interest. Wendall Phillips Bears unmistaka
ble evidence of the prov.-blal eneriry and enterprise of
the West Golden Era (III.). ...Master M. E. lindsou.
of the Kansas State Grange, says: 'I never forge! to
mention the KANSAS FAIiMER as being worthy the sup
port of all patrons.
Subscription for above papers received
at this office.
In the Probate Court of Yararal Countv. Arlzon v..
In the matter of the estate of JACOB 0'BnrAXT, de
ceased. Pursuant to an order of said Court made on the 6th av
of January. A. U, 1676. Notice is hereby jriven that Fri
day the ith day of February. ISIS, at 11 o'clock, a. M.. of
said day at the Court room of said Court in the Village of
Prescott. in the County of Yavapai, have been appuinted
as 'the time and place for proving the will of said Jacob
O'Brvant, deceased, and for hearing the application of Ed.
W. Wells for the issuance to him of letters testamentary,
when and where any person interested may appev and
contest the same.
Dated January 6l 187G. UARI.EY H. flARTTEIt
Probate Judge and ex-offido clerk of the Probate Court,
ELHLR0P PERUV1AK Bill WTIIPK0
toxlde of Iron at KEXDALlTs Srtsr 9ior
In the District Court fcr th third Judicial District,
County of Maricopa and Territory of Arntona.
Gordon A. Wilson, TUintiff against Byron W. Smith,
Tho Territory ol Arliona sends greeting to Byroo U .
Smith, the Defendant abova named :
-.... . v.Twht- tii.nmonol and reouired to anwar In an
action brought against you by the above named plaintiff.
; ?v,. niitriei noun for the third Judicial District, In and
.. ,v. Pranir nf At.iricopa and Tetritorv of Arizona, for
Twlflrt rrformance of an arreement. male and
..inn) intn b- nnd between vou and the Plaintiff in tU
action, wherebr you acreed that upon the payment ot the
sum of twelve hundred dollars by the plalntitf. you would
make executeand deliver to him a pI and sufficient deed
of conveyance to certain real prvrerty mentioned and
described In the plaintiff's eomplnint; and to answer the
.r,T,it i.t n-itl, thit Plert of this Court at Pha-nlx. in
Mid county within sixty days after the first publication of
this summons ana serve a copy oj juw m j.
. A r hmbr natified. that if TO ci foil to appear
and answer the complaint as above required, the plaintiff
... . . 1 I anil akMla
will take Judgment tgatntt you oy ueuiuu, "l ."
the Court for the relief demanded In said complaint and
... t ,ii..i.iniinti In ttit hohnlf exnendcd.
Given under my band nnd the seal of the said District
Court at PhoBQlx, this first day or uecetnoer. .v. u. w.
J. W. SHOEMAKER.
declOdCO Clerk of the third District Court.
In Justice Court. Prescott rreclnct. County of Yavapai,
Territory of Arilona.
Jam u Dait, Plff., w. Cmakles Pbice. Deft.
The Territory pf Arizona ta Charles Priet t
You are hereby commanded to appear before me. at my
otuce. in rrtscou precinci. on me iviu ua ui truiuj,
1S76, nt 10 o'clk a. nx. thtn and there to answer the
complaint of James Daly, plaintiff, for fifty-five dollars
and interest, upon an express contract, or Judgment by
default will be taken against you for said amount, and
Given undtr my hand this 50th day of December,
i - , -. it i n, n nlDTTeW
Justice of the Poace in and for said Precinct,
AH persons Interested In the firt eaitern extension of
the Vulture lode are hereby notified that if they do not
nnnear within nlnetr davs from the date hereof and pay
their proportion of the expenses incurred in the amount of
work done on said lode as required oy law, tne unaer
sirned will claim a forfeiture of your interests In said
lode, in accordance with the mining laws now In force.
O. H. WILSON.
Antelope Creek. A. T., Dec. 31, 1873. do31dM.
CALIFORNIA AND ARIZONA
Prescott, Florence and Wickenbnrg,
San Bernardino and JLos Angeles
IK SIX DAYS,
Carrving the United States Malls, and the California and
Arizona Express Co. s Pnokages and Expreu,
Connecting with Wells, Fargo A. Co. s
Express at San Bernardino, Cal.
OUR CONCORD OOACITF.8
leave San Bernardino dully with
Passengers. V S. Malls and Wells. Fnrgo
& C.'s Express, connecting with Railroad at Spadra,
running through to Los Angele in Ninety Minutes. Ari
zona pusseogrrs over these routes cros the Gila and Salt
Itivers, pais through
Fbcsnix, Oolarado Elver Indlsn Beserratiori, Ehrsnterr
Dos Palms, Apia Callienta cr Great Hot Mia
enl Springs, Celebrated Saa Oorgoaia
Fats, and Many Flacei of In
terest along tbe Eonte
worthy of notice.
For all particulars apply at our offices, represented by
F. J. STARKE, Agent Preseott.
J.W.EVANS Agent Phoenix.
E. N. FISH Si CO. Agent Florence.
E, O. GRANT, Agent Hardyville.
J. II. HUGHES, Agent San Bernardino
GEO. PRIDHAM, Agent Los Angeles.
J. II. PIERSON, Secretary
OrriCE Wiokenburg. folD tf
SANTA FE AND PRESCOTT
Semi- Weekly Mail Line.
Buckboards leave Prescott for Santa Fe
Every Wednesday and Saturday Morning'
CARP.IIXO C. . MAIL AND r-ASSENCBKS.
Fare to Santa Fe, $75. Time, 7 1-2 Days.
AJistancc. ouu Allies.
Fare from Santa Fe to St. Louis ..S10G.ro
Fare from Snnta Fe to Chicago 112.00
Fare from Sunta Fe to New York 133.00
CtJTor particulars Inquire at the Postofflcs.
IIAYWARD &. BAKER.
ARIZONA AND AEW MEXICO
HENRY WICK. Treas.
HENRY WELLS. Pres't.
Aurora, N. Y.
On or about January
1st, 1676, this Company will
GENEEAL EXPRESS BUSINESS
Prescott, Wickenburg, Phoenix,
-Florence, Tucson and
Ehrenberg, A. T.,
AND ALL THE
Principal Cities ana Towns of tie U. S.
This Comranr will connect with WELLS. Pinnn jl.
CO 'S EXPRESS at the terminus of tho Southern Pacific
Through Rates Given to all Points
in the East.
Particular attention will be given to the
COLLECTION OF NOTES, DRAFTS,
In order to ensure the sreedr transmission of tfceir r.r.
press, as well as to offer reasonable rates to tho public
they will establish a
Line of 4-Horse Coaches
Which will make
Terminus of the S. P. Eailroad
PEESCOTT ft DTTEEMEDIATE TOWNS1
This linn of coaches enables this Cmmnanv in rff nn.
rivalled time to rassencera between Prescott url S
Arrangement have been concluded with the Southern
Pacific Itailroad to rurnUh
CTJPO 1ST TICKETS
Prescott to San Francisco.
Such Tickets will be Good to either San
Jose or Sacramento.
CHAS. IL WELLS, General Sap'L,
P. W. SLAKE, Ageat, Tucson, A. T.
December 17, 1173. (
To the TTnfortunat.
NEW BEMEDIES!NEW REMEDIES!
5 -VfO. 623 EBAS5ET STREET. C011EX
1 it Coramerciau San Francisc. Mvate en-
trance on Commercial Street. Established la
1054. for the treatment oi Sexual and Seminal
Diseases, such as fSonorrhea. QleU Stricture.
Svthllis In all It forms. Seminal Weakness, Imptteacr.
etc., etc. Skin Disease of years standing, and Ulcerated
Lec. etc snccsstully treated.
DR. OIBHOX hs the pleasure of annotreelag that he
has returned from visiting tb principal Hospitals of Iu.
rode, and has resumed practice.
The Doctor has sirred neither tiro nor money ia seek
lag out n.w remedies, nnd has returned with increased
facilities for the alleviation of human suffering.
Seminal emission is the consequence of self-abuse. This
solitary vie, or depraved xtuil indutgene. is practicee.
by the youth of both tuxt to an almost unlimited extent,
producing with unerring certainty the fallowing morbid
symptoms, unless combattrd by scientific medical meas
ures, vix: Salbw countenance, dark spots under the eyes,
pain in the head, ringing in the ears, Boise like the rustling
of leaves or rattling of chamots. uneasiness about tt
lolnt, weakness of the limb, confused tjsion, blueted In
tellect, Iom of confidence. dirtUenro In approaching stran
gers, a dislike to form new acttnaintance. a disparities t
shun society, loss of memory, pimples and various era
,tlons about the face, hectic flushes, fnrred tongue, feted
breath, cough, consumption, n'ght sweats, womansnia
and frequent Insanity. If rlief bo not nhfftlaed. yott
should applv immetUatelv. either in person or br Jetter,
and have a cr effected by bis new and setenfiflo mod
of treating this dUease, which never fatla of tfeettefta
quick and radical cure.
Cnred at Home.
Persons at a distane, may be CURED AT HOMkX by
addretsing a letter to Dr. Gibbon, stating case, symptoms,
lentth of time the dUen has confined, and haTe medi
cine promptly torwarded, free from damage and curiosity,
tn any particular part of the country, with full aad pJahl
directions tor use. "
Persons writing to tbe Doctor will please state the nam
of the paper ther see this advertisement In.
By enclosing Ten Dollars coin In a registered letter
thtough the Postnfilce or through Wells. Fargo Si Col.
package of medicine will be forwarded to any part of tfc
All communications strictly confidential.
Address. DR. J. F. GIBBON',
JeU3ly. Box 1,937, San Francisco, California.
JUST ISSUED. THE 200th EDITI01T,
Revised and ccrrected bv the author, E. dt
JL I)., Sec, Sec
A Medical Essiy on the cause and cure of psma tarsi
decline in man. showing how health is lost, and how re
gained. It gives a clear synopsis of the impediments to
marriace. the treatment of nervous and physical debility,
exhausted vitality, and alt other diseases appertaialng"
thtreto; the results of twenty yean successful practice.
OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.
CURTM OS "ilASUOvv." There Is no member of soci
ety by whom thin book will not be found useful, whither
he be parent, preceptor or clergyman. London Time.
Curtis ox "Maxjioow "This book should be read by
thu young for infraction, by the afflicted for relief j It will
Injure no one. Medical Times and Oaxette.
Price On Dollar, br mall or express. Address the
author, Dfc CURTIS, SCO Sutter Street, or P. O. Box .137
Sao Prandbco, Cal. sepl7yl
YOU1VG MB Hi
Who may be suffering from the effect of youthful fol
lies or indlscietion. will da well to avail themselves
of this, the greatest boon ever laid at the altar ot iuf
fsrlng humanity. DR. SPINNEY wil1 guarantee to for
feit ?500 for every case or Seminal weakness, or pri
vate disease of any kind or character which he under
takes and fails to cure. He would, therefore say to
the unfortunate sufferer who may read this notiee,
that you an heading upon dangerous ground whra
you longer delay In seeking the proper remedy for
your complaint. You mar be In tho flrit stace ; re
member you r approaching the Ins. If yea are
bordering a pun the lost, and are suffering some or all
of its ill effcets, remember that it you persist In pro
crantlnatton, tbe time mtst come when the most skill
ful physician ciu render you no assistance ; when the
door of hope is cfcd against you; when so angel ef
mercy can bring yon relief. In no ras has the Doc
tor failed of success. Then let not despair work upon
ymirimacinntioB, bat avail vourself of the beneficial
results of bis treatment before yonr rase I byond the i
roach or medlrnt'sktl!, or before "grim dfath hurries
you ton prmatur grave. Full course of treatmnt
$25.00. Send money by Fott Office order or Express
with full description of ra.-M.
Call, or Address, Dfc. A. B. BPITWET,
ocOOyl No. 11 Kearny Street, San Francisco.
APlVfl T those who are snfferieg from the error
J(a U nnd indiscretions of yootb. nsrvons weak
uess, early decay, loss of manhood, ice. 1 will send a r-
ceipe that will cure yon, fber VT CHAHCK. The great
remedy was discovered by b missionary in S. uth Arnerlea.
Send a sell addressed envelope to the Rrv. Joscrit T.
Injian. Stntiou D. Bible House, New York Cltr. au27mS
V. S. LAND OFFICE,
Pkescott, a.t., Dickmber17, 1873.
To the Atlantic nnd Pacific R. R. Company:
Tbo following Preemption cash entries vix: No. 65
made by Alfred S. Clouah. December 29. 1874. Covering
S. K. I of N. E. i. section 3G two 15 N R 2 "W and lot No.
and E. t of N W i sect 31 twn 15 N R 1 W. Settlement
made October 1st IPC?, Survey December 1871.
No. 67. Joseph Bridcer. December M. 1874. fne R W
of S E i sect 36 twp 17 N R 4 W and lot No. 2 of N E i
sect I 10 N R 4 W. Settlement December 1 1P69. Kurv.v
No. 72. William A. Denrlnir. March ro. 1B75 for R Wt
or H E i sect 4 and S E i of 8 W i Sect 3 and N W i of
N E ' and N E J of K W I sect 10 twp 15 N R 3 W.
Settlement Novemlier 1871.
The tracts la the odd numbered sections wen withdrawn
March 12. 1872. for the A. dt P. ICR. Co. Settlement
having been madfc In each ce prior to itirrnv and with
drawal said entries have been approved by the Hon. S. S.
uumeik v.ommiuioner it. u. v;.. tunject to aa appeal
within CO days from the date hereof.
WILLIAM N. KELLY.
dec!7 60ds Register.
Application for Patent.
U. 8. Laud Omcr. 7
I'REKOTT. A. T, Deo 31, 1875.
Notice Is hereby given, that P. P. P. Temnle. bv his
attnrneyln-lact, Caldwell Wright, whose P. O. address Is
teroat .-vionave county. Arizona Territory, has this day
made application thmnirh this office for II. K. Patent for
one thousand (1,000 ; linear feet of the Schnectady vein
or lode, with surface ground three hundred (300) feet In
widtli, situated In Wnllnpni Mining District. Conntr of
Mohave and Territory of Arizona, and described In the
plat and field cotes, now on file In this office, as follows,
Beginning at North end of shaft, where the orirlnal
monument was placed, thence 8 7630' W 2"7 chains to
monument of itones for NW corner t thenco S Hex
15 13 chains to stake in monument of stones for SW cor
ner ; thence N 7BP3V W 4.54 chains to stake In monument
of stones for SE corner; thence X 1130' W 15.15 chains
to stake in monument uf stones at NE corner: thence S
73ty West 227' to point of beginning. From S W
corner, the corner of Sections between S, 3, 34 and 35, on
Township line between Townships 23 "and 24 North,
Bonze IB West. Oila and Salt River meridian, bears va
riation 13330- E, S 4T3 E 4.G6 chains distant Containing
67 acres, WILLIAM N. KELLY.
Maricona Canal rAmnanr..
Principal place of business Phoralx. Maricopa County,
ArtZon. There is dellnanest nmn h.ilnln-t.ri'(i.
ed stock of said Company, on account of assessment lev
led on the 8th day of November. 1875. the amount set op
posite the names of the ruspective shareholders, as fel
W. B. Helllngs & Co, 10.11,12.13,14,15.16. 283 00
And iu accordance with law and an order of the Board of
Trustees made cm tht eleventh day of December. 1875,
so many shares ot said stock sbova nam,1 mi mav ha nac.
esary will be sold at public auction, at the office of tbe
Company, in Pbcantx. Arizona, on Friday, the 21st day of
Jauuary. 1876. at 12 o'clock 3L, on said day. to pay said
delinquent assessments thereon, together with the cost ef
advertising and expenses ef sale.
, . , JOIIX T. ALSAP, Secretary.
Phcenlx, Arizona. Dec. 29. 1875. dec3lt4.
Salt RiTer VnllfV Canal Cn
Princifal place of business Phoenix. Maricopa County,
Arizona. There is deliaonent upon the intlntn 4 mttIb-
ed stock of said company, on account of assessments, the-
amounts set opposite the names of the respective share
holders, aa fallows:
Xanut. Share of Stuck. Tint, l.st i'i
W. B. Helllngs&Co No 18. 15,20, 21 Sep 25 75 1360i)'
" "JH, 13. 20 81 ft 3075 120.00-
"I8.i9.20.2i Not2o:5 latLec
And In accord iace with law
Tnujteei, maie on the elerentb day of Dcmber. 1675.
...j -u jrc i ox ssock above named as
rcay be necessary will be sold at mi. .
office of the company. U.Phornix. Maricopa County. Ari-
on said day. to pay the assesments aasied herein as d
Iinquant together with the cou of advertislne- and a
P2f JOHN T. ALS A K Sccre tavr.
lucrntx, DecOT, .175. dteStli