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LimJBccci.Ea, Register of the land office
t Florence announces Patents for I Ian nib
J. Postle and Levis J. Alters, ot YiTajtai
"Go out, young man j Ae' not here !" said
a Pennsylvania preacber last Sunday, in tie
midst of his sermon, to a youth whom he
taw standing hesitatingly in the doorway.
JToTBtxcol the kind is now apprehended
at present, but if Mrs. Twain should be cal
led away we hope that she will leare her
Mark in the world. D anbury News.
Mr. Pridham is about to establish a Wells,
Fargo & Co. Express station at White Wa
ter, to co-operate with the Wells Arizona &
New Mexico Exprew line, which will tike
charge of goods from that point on. Los
Mr. Henry "Wells, the bead of Wolls,
Fargo & Co.'s Express Company, returned to
San, Diego yesterday, with bis wife to sp:nd
the "Winter. Our citizens who made bis ac
quaintance during bis sojourn here last Win
ter, cordially welcome him back again fSan
Diego Union, Jan. 20.
A subscriber writing from Gamp Sfcim
baugb, Wy., under date of the 9th of Dec.
says: "On the 30th nit. an old man died in
Atlantic City, Wy.f and a Rev. Mr. Buck
delivered the funearl sermon, for which he
received $5, and within fifteen minutes from
the close of the sermon I saw him m a
saloon playing poker with the S5. That
evening he was 9G0 winner. The people
here think Buck a mighty fine man." f Ex.
Tur Herald Pamphlet for 1876 Hits
u the title of a publication, issued from the
office of the Los Angeles Herald, descriptive
of Los Angeles County, California, with very
complete statistics of all k?nds of business
including Railroading, banking, merchandis
ing, farming etc Wc are indebted to Lewis
Lewin & Co- Sole Agents, for a copy. It
contains some eighty pages and is sold for
.Pbebcott. Is very near the geographical
center of the Territory, and in many respects
the most attractive town or village therein,
haying a population of over 2,000 almost en
tirely white people. The town has nearly
r quite doubled in population the present
year, and the country around seems to be
equally prosperous. New and exceedingly.
rich mines are being discovered almost daily.
The "Bradsbaw" mountains some 40 miles
south are perhaps as rich a mineral country
as can be (bund on the continent. The new
and exceedingly rich "Peck Mining District"
is the north end ot the Bradsbaw range, and
by careful and exhaustive examination in the
district I feel compelled to say that it is not
inferior to any now known. The ores are
mostly silver, though at some points differ
ent lodes have been worked for gold, but in
almost all when work is carried to any depth
silver takes the place of gold. The silver
ores show well in ruby and in honi silver,
with rich carbonates, and in somo sufficient
galena to make them good furna e ores. The
noted "Peck mine" which on the surfnee
showed but a few inches in width, now at
fifty feet deep shows tico fett and over in
width, and th whole body assays far up into
the thousands of dollars per ton. Some
weeks since ten tons of this ore was sold
here for $18,000, which was no doubt far Ikj
low its real vnlue. Thirteen thousand
pound of the ore is now on the way to San
Francisco, and I have no doubt it will stir
up San Francisco capitalists very much.
fCol. Hodge in San Diego Union.
LARGE. NEW, COMPLETE
WAMN AND BLACKSMITH SHOPS
Gnrley Street, Fronting on Granite,
All kinds of Black smithing, Wagon-making and re
pairing done In good style by
feblStf FRED O. BRECHT
THE POST TRADER'S STORE,
FORT WHIPPLE, ARIZONA,
KERTS FOU SALS
CAN FRUITS, CLOTHIN G,
boots -evisrr SHOES,,
STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
TOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC.
HP" Prices Seasonable.
BOWERS St RICHARDS, Proprietor
RANCHIM IN WILLIAMSON VALLEY.
HORSES AND MULES WILL. BE RAXCIIED AT
v Tkrec Dollars per Month,
At my ranch in Williamson Yalloy.
leltftf WILLIAM J. SIMMONS.
S IB 1ST ID TO
J. A. LAMBERSON,
Of Walnut Grore, for
In any Quantity from One Back to
POINT OF ROCKS LIME KILNS,
A. S. dough, Proprietor.
LIMB always on H&ad in any qBiaties to suit the nuti
of purchaser. R. II. WEAVER, Agent,
Moatemmn Street Prescott tnraiyl
JUS. T. X KRAT.
Wood of all lengths and qualities, al our YARD on
QOODWIN STREET, near Campbell Mee'sshop.
"All order left with I.. Bashferd Si Co , or with reppanV
City Expresa, will be promptly attended to.
J 1 MCKRAY &. WALKER.
Prescott, January?, 1876. '
V"AH rJoej ldebtd to the wdersigued are reques-ed
to call aad sett) their aceoanU before the 20th day of
FebraaiTBext Certain changes in oar firm make this
tiend UnceratiTely neceewtry; that w may close the
beek of the late co-partnership, a P. HEAD & CO.
A gtri to de gettml Ihwmwtkk fa fee- copabj; wafea,
Mr aioath ; or a mm aad -wife, wbs are to
werkVona WHJSW"4 by ' tldacJsce, fttt
Corner Main & Fir$t Sit.,
3t California Stmt,
Sax Kkaxosco, Cal.
JAMES M. BARNEY,
Successor to the late firm of
WM.e.HoonR & co,,
Continues the Business is
ABIZOHA AND CALIFORNIA,
Importer fc "Wholesale
Will carry a fall prime stock of
SADDLERY, & MINING MATERIALS,
Selected to exactly fait
Merchants, Banchers, Station
Keepers, Freighters, and
Miners of Arizona
Solicit orders for (roods, and insures satisfaction ; FOR
WARDS freight and mercbandi.e to any pert of the
World, insuring', if desired; Buys, or makes advances,
on all Arizona and Mexican produce.
Tie Sale of Ores and Minerals a Specialty.
Buys and Exchanges
GOLD & SILVER BULLION,
Gold Bast, Legal Tenders,
TJ- S. Treasury Drafts,
SOLDIERS' WARRANTS AND VOUCHERS,
And Good Commercial Bills.
SrCCIAL OUDERS WILL BE ATTESTED TO T THE
SAN FRANCISCO BRANCH HOUSE,
With promptitude and fidelity.
All Orders and Commissions shenld be addressed to
JAMES M. BARNEY,
February 4, 1876. Yuma, Arizona.
Yuma Unig- Store.
Wnolesale and Retail
Main Street, Yuma, Arizona,
Has in store a full line of
DRUGS, PKRFUMERY, PAINTS,
Toilet Soap, Tooth Brushes,
Aad All Other Articles Usually Kept in Drug Btciei
13? Inscriptions put op with great care.
Orders from the country solicited, with the assurance
that prices, Sit., wfll be found satisfactory.
YUMA NEWS DEPOT.
STATIONERY and BOOKS,
CUTLERY, FANCY GOODS,
CIGARS, 3c C-A.3ST3DIES,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
JAMES AB EGG, - - Proprietoi.
Main Street, Yuma, Arizona,
jy Agency for the Ar.IZOXA Mixer.
STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S
LEAVE SAX FRANCISCO EVERY
SO days for Mexican Forts and the
mouth of the Colorado River, connect-
i ins; with River Boats. Agencies of the
610 Front St, San Francisco, California,
Yuma and Ehrenberg, Arizona.
I. rOLTIAMCS. Jit.
December 31, 1675. General Sup'L
IS. IV. FISH fc CO-
Desire to Inform the public, tbroojrh the medium of the
MlXKK, that their extensive stores and warehouses, at
In Pima County, Arizona, are always filled with fnl
lines of such (roods as are needed in the Territory, and
their ample facilities for purchasing: and receiving goods,
enable tbem to sell better article, for less money, than
any other firm "in Southeastern Arizona.
In addition to regular store articles, they keep on hand
PIXE LUMBER AND SHINGLES,
BARLEY Sa CQRN.
Mr Fish will be pleased to receive calls from soch citizens
ot Northern Arizona, New Mexico and California, as may
visit, or pasa Tncson.
PIONEER NEWS DEPOT
Established 16T0, try
J. S. MAirSKLD. of TUCSON,
KXWiPAnU, AFD MAQAZDTES,
STATrMERT, CfTllJff, OttM IW TMJtCCt, ETC,
J OrAenWlelVFr iiW '
A'ltetrrorfhe'AinzwrKlx ' e-
PRESCOTT POST OFFICE.
Arrivals and Departures of Mails.
From Southern .Arizona, -via 'Wiekeuburgv Itcralx and
Mundavs and Thursdays. I Monday and Friday at 7 JO
I P. X.'
From Calif.Taio, Eastern States, Cerbat and points in
Mondays and Thursdays. IWedcesdayi at 7i30 1". Jl.
Satnrday s at 7:30 r. 1L
From Santa Fe fXew Mexico), via Forts Wnjate and
Defiance ual Camp Verde.
Monday and Thursday Tuesday i Friday. 8 P.M.
r-oa "Wickenbarr, -via Walnut Gnrre, BritUhaw and
Saturdays at 6 r. K. .Sundays at C aii(.
Office hours from 8 a.m. in 7 p.m.
Money order oSSce hours from 9 A. JI. to 3 r. M.
Registration closes at 3 r. M.
OtSce open Sundays from 9 to 10 A. it.
No monev orders issued or paid on Sundays.
fe!2tf " THEO. W. OTIS. T. M.
AZTLAN LODGE No. 177, F. & A. H.
Reffular meetinsrs of this Idce on the last
Saturday of each month, at 7 o'clock JVM.
C J0 SoSonrniar brethren are fraternally Invited
r to attend. GEO. D. KENDALL, W. M.
Wm. N. Kelly, Secretary.
I. 0. 0. F., ARIZONA LODGE No. 1.
...ja,, Retilar Meetinrs on first and fliinl Sat
Mulurdar of each month, at Masoaic Hall. Mem
iS&353?lersor the Onler, in pxid ftandins, are in
r&mZ' vitel to attend. E. J. COOK, N.G.
Jas. GOL'GU, Secretarj-.
All the nicest, frehet nd best Haib Pr.ErARA-
TtO8: Pomades, Otis, Dves. and Invlpwa-
tors, Lubin's Genuine French Extract, Soas, Powders
and Cosmetiques, can be had at
DR. KENDALL'S Pioneer Drop Store.
Delegrate to Congress .........Hiram S.Stevens.
Governor...... .............. ......A. P. K. SafTord.
Secretary.......... Coles liashlord.
Auditor - - A. C. Hcnedict.
Surveyor-General John Vn.on.
Supreme Jndres, 1st Dist, Chief Justice E. F. Dunne.
" 2d ' DeForest Porter.
' ' 3d " C A. Tweed.
Cleric Supreme Court Joeph 11 Auston.
U. S. District Attorney E. 11. Pnmrov.
United States Marital... F. H. Goodwin.
Deputy Marshal 1st DisL. Wm. J. OsUwn.
3d " F.D.Parker.
Collector Internal Revenue 1 ho. Cordis.
Rejrister V. S. Land Offlce, Prrntt W. N. Kelly.
' " ' Florence.. . Levi Ituirslos
Receiver " " " " M. U Stiles
" " " ' Prescott Geo. Lount.
tavapai cou.vrr orncnr
Probate Jadjre Harley II. Cartter.
Sheriff.... Ed. F. Rowers.
Under Sheriff. It. C. Karnes.
County Recorder Wm. Wilkerson.
Deputy " .-. Vm Foter.
County Treasurer John H. Marion.
Deputy " E. S. Penwell.
Dirtrirt Attorney Ed. W. Wells.
Clerk District Court Wm. Wilkcrwin.
t Geo. D. Kendall,
Supervisors A. O. Noyes,
UI W. Fleury.
Jmtices of the Peace II. II. Cartterand J. C. Otis.
Constables Jack Leonard and Joe Knott.
VILLAGE OF ritESCOTT.
Mayor Geo. D. Kendall.
n f G. P. Foster, Wm. M. Buffitm,
Couneilmen J w z WHson and L J A
Marshal II. M. HerNrt.
Recorder J. C. Otis.
Treasurer Wm. llasblonl.
Two and one-half miles South of Prescott.
Having cow Casipleted. and in Fall Operation, my new
Baw-Mill, with the latest improved machinery, coa
listing of SAWS, SHINGLE MACHINE, and
PLADfEB. I am prepared, at the shortest
notice, to fill all orders for the following
kinds of Lumber, either at the Mill
or at my Lumber Yard in Pres.
AND RUSTIC LUMBER,
Casings, Mouldings, Panelings
OF THE FINEST QUALITY.
In short, Everything in (my lino
FOR THE CONSTKUCTION
Terms Cash on Delivery.
All orders sent by mail, or throuch tbo mcrrhnnls of
Prescott, will receive prompLattentiuM.
' GEO. W. CURTIS.
Prescott, May 28, 1S75
THE CLIPPER MILLS
Hnve established a new
On the West side of Gianite Creek,
Corner McCnrmick & Gnrley Sts.,
Where the proprietors. Messrs. WILEY &. CASEY, witl
always have on hand all kinds of building lumber.
This Mills are situated eicht miles south of Prescott. in
the finest body of timber in Yavaptii County, and have
Always on Hand.
npParticntar attention piven to orders for CLEAR
LUMBER, and bills will be filled with dispatch.
WILEY &. CASEY.
Prescott, Nov. 0, 187.'.
THE PIONEER MILL
OF THE TERRITORY,
FORMERLY QUARTZ MOVyTAIX SA W-MILL.)
HAS 0:sr HAN13
ALL KliYDS OF LUMBER,
CHEAP AS THE C II E A PEST.
And is constantly making the same suitable for all pur
poses A. O. NOYES.
Orders left with G. Cornell or at the store of John
G. Campbell will be promptlr filled.
Prescott, A. T April 1. Ie75.
ROAD STATIOiV RECEIPTS,
PRINTED IN DUE FORM
FOR SALE AT MINER OFFICE.
TJHS WEED KEMEDT OB 0XEG03 BHEU
taaue uure. al UK. KUAI.L,TH Drear Star
KTiTTTR OF PEKUV1A5 BAST WITH Vnn
taxUe of Iron at KESDALL S DrncSiore
ICA090LIA WATEX.- FLOsTTDA WATTTR
wd the best Wwcirr'a Couyz. Fieah ud &n-
ARIZOXA AND NEW MEXICO
CAPITAL, - -
HENRY WELLS. Prest.
Aurora, N. Y
HENRY WICK. Treas.
On or about January 1st, 1675, this Company will
GENERAL EXPRESS BUSINESS
Prescott, Wickenburg, Phoenix,
Florence, Tucson and
Ehrenberg, A. T.,
AND ALL THE
Principal Cities and Towns of the U. S.
This Company will connect with WELLS. FARGO .t
CO 'S EXPIlEfcS at the terminus of the Southern Pacific
Through Rates Given to all Points
in the East.
Particilar attention will be piven to the
COLLECTION OF NOTES, DRAFTS,
A 1ST ID ACCOTJ2STTS.
In order to ensure the speedy transmission of their Ex
press, as well a tu offer reasonable rates to the public,
they will establish a
Line of 4-Horse Coaches
Which will make
Terminus of the S. P. Railroad
PRESCOTT & INTERMEDIATE TOWNS
This line of coach's enables this Company to offer un
rivalled "time tu passengers between Prescott and San
Arrani(ement have been concluded with the Southern
Pacific Railroad to lurnish
Prescott to San Francisco.
Such Tickets will ba Good to either Sau
Jose or Sacramento.
CHAS. II. WELLS, General Sup't..
F. W. BLAKE, Airent, Tucson, A. T.
December 17, 1875.
CALIFORNIA AND ARIZONA
Prescott, Florence and Wickenburg,
San Bernardino and Los Angeles
IN SIX DAYS,
Carrying the United States Mail, and the California and
Arizona Express Co.'s Packages and Express,
Cnnctintr with Wells. Knnro 6c Co.'s
Express at San Bernardino, Cal.
MIR CONCORD COACHES
7 leave San Bernardino dailr with X: T
Pnsencrers. II S. Mails and Wells. Farco -nCTTJSS
Sc C-.'s Expres. connecting with Railroad at Spadra,
runnintr tbmuph to Los Anjjeles in Ninety Minntes. Ar!
zona rasncets over these routes crosi the Gila and Salt
Rivers, pass through
PLinix, Colorado River Indian Reservation, Ehrenfcere
Los Palms, Agua Gallienta or Great Hot Mia
eral Sprinifs, Celebrated 8an Qorgoaia
i Pass, and Many Placet of In
terest along the Route
worthy of notice.
For all particulars apply at our offices, represented by
F. J. STARKE, Afrcnt Trescott.
J.W.EVANS Arent Phtenix.
E. N. FISH i CO, Apent Florence.
' E. O. GRANT, A-ent Hardyville.
J. n. HUGHES, Apent San nernardino
GEO. PRIDHAM, Apent Los Angeles.
J. II. PIERSON, Secretary
OrnCE Wickenbarjr- fel9 tf
SANTA FE AND PRESCOTT
Semi-Weekly Mail Line.
Buckboanls leave Prescott for Fanta Fe
Every Wednesday and Saturday Morning
CAKRTINC C. S. MAIL AXD rASSEXfiEHS.
Fare to Santa Fe, $75. Time, 7 1-2 Days.
Distance, 500 Miles.
Fare from Santa Fe to St. Louis S 103.00
Fare from Santa Fo to Chicago 1I'J.(X)
Fare from Santa Fe to New York 133.00
Ct?Tor particulars inquire at the PostoQlO.
1IAYWARD &. BAKER.
A Splendid Farm nnd Family Journal.
THE KANSAS FARMER.
In its Hth year; 8-pce weekly. Upcrycar. Oripnal,
Independent and Progressive.
THE AMERICAN YOUNG FOLKS,
The best and cheapest Roys' and Girls paper publisheil.
50 cents per year. Copies of both papers sentiar 10 cents.
Address, J. K. HUDSON, Topeka, Kansas.
Has quickly taken a high place amonsr ajrricultarnl
jouraals. f N.Y.Tribuae.. It has been conducted with
energy and ability, and we have contidered it airping the
best of our exchanges, and a worthy representative of the
West. (Phila.. Piu, Practical Tanner. Our Kansas
friends should feel much pride in the high character and
sterling worth of their State agricultural paper. Nation
al Live Stock Journal I like the KANSAS FAKMEK
very much, and as early as my present engagements will
permit, I shall esteem it a pleasure to write for you on the
terms yon propose. (Jos. Harris, of Moreton Farm, au
thor of "Walks and talks " I read the FaIUIEU with
deep interest Wendall Phillips. ...Bears unmistaka
ble evidence of the proverbial enenrv and enterprise of
the West Golden Era (III.).... Master M. E. Hudson,
of the Kansas State Grange, says: I never forget to
mention the Kansas Farmer as being worthy the sup
port of all patrons.
Subscriptions for above papers received
at this office.
Notice is hereby given that the Delinquent List for the
year A. D. 1673 has been placed in the hands of the Dis
trict Attorney. Delinquent Tax-Payers are hereby noti
fied that if the taxes in said Delinquent List specified are
not paid to the District Attorney-within twenty days from
the date hereof, action witl be commenced by said Dis
trict Attorney tor the collection or Taxes and costs
JOHN H. MARION. County Treasurer.
rrescott, A. T., January 23, 187G. 4
Of livery Class and Kind,
Always on haal aad ft sale, at the Mixes office at
pneessneh as bo Uwyer lattice-. f the peace or other
officer can reasonably find fault with.
nucn isszTrzK than 'babbit :metal.
ferjoarBal boxes,-etc. 'for ssvle at. the MarE&.pCoe. ia
quantities to suit rtirrhafers. "
CHARLES T. HAYDEN.
Hayden Perry, Maricopa County, A. T.f
DKAUX 15 -
EVERY VARIETY OF MERCHANDISE,
Proprietor of the Hayden Mills.
Flour of the Very Best Quality
Froia these Water Mills always on hand. Also,
Cracked Barley ior Feed tor Animals.
Have on hand aad far sale a laie amount of
Homo Mado Bacon nnd Xurl.
Frelghtfrs will find my
BLACKSMITH AND WAGON SHOPS
Well sapplied with material for repair.
CHARLES T. HAYDEN.
HF.ZF.KIAH BROOKS. Agent, rrescott. A. T. fe!2tf
TIES DA BAR AT A.
On the West Side of the Plaza,
PHCEMX, - - - ARIZONA.
A General Assortment
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
Boots and Shoes, Etc.,
For Sale Cheap.
Drug's and jftXedicines
An experienced drngjrist always on hand to compound
medxiaes and put op prescriptions. E. IRVINE.
January 7, 1876.
11. moucax. n. MtETjtrrcii.
II. MORGAN & CO.
PHC3NLX AND MORGAN'S PERRY
Maricopa County, Arizona Territory,
GENERAL 31 E It C II A IV D IS E.
Our Motto: Quick Sales and Small Profits.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE THIRD Jf
dicial District in and for the County of Yavapai, in
the Territory of Arizona.
Francis E. Shikreff, Plaintiff,
William Sihiiueff, Defendant)
A ctiira brought in the district court of the third judicial
district, in and for the county of Yavapai, in the Terri
tory of Arizona.
The Territory of Arizona tends greeting to VTillian
You am hereby summoned and required to appear in
an action brought against you in the district court of the
third judicial district, in aid for the county of Yavapai,
in the Territory of Arizona, by the above named plaintiff,
and answer the complaint filed with the clerk of this
court, at Precott, in said county, (a ropy of which com
plaint nccumpanies this summon-.) within twenty days
(exclusive sf the day of service after the service upon
yomT this summous, if served in this county; but if
served out of thfl county, ucd within thW district, then
within thirty days ; in all other caws forty days.
This action Is brought praying for a dtcree of this court
dissolving the bonds of matrimony now existing between
the said plaintiff and defendant and for other relief in
the complaint in this cause particularly set forth and
averred. And you are hereby notified that If you fail to
nppear and answer the complaint as above rpquirod, the
plaintiff will take default agaiait you, nnd will apply to
the court fur the relief demanded In said complaint, and
for eosts Rml disbursement in this behalf expended.
Given under my band and the seal of the district curt
aforesaid, at IVcseott, this 1st ilav ot February.
A. D. 1676.
L. S.J WILLIAM WILKERSON. Clerk.
RCSU & WELLS. Attorneys for PliT. Zebld60
Application for Patent.
V. s. Lank Omrr, J
1'KEoCOIT, A. T. Dec 31, 1873. j
Notice is hereby tfivcu. that F. P. F. Temple, by his
attorney-in-fact Caldwell Wright whose P. O. address is
Cerbat, Mohave county, A. T.. hns this day made appli
cation thruch this office tor IT. S. Patent for one thou
sand (l.OOO.Rinear Jeet of the Scbuylk.H vein or lode.
lenrinjr precious metals, with surface ground three hun
dred poo) feet in width, situated in Wnllupal Mininc
District county of Moliave. Territory of Arizona, and
derribed in the plat ar.d field notes now on file in this
office a fotlows, viz :
Commcccinir at Original Monument near the north
west corner of south shaft, thence N cjW East 2.27 chs.
to monument on East line of claim point ot beginnlnir;
thence N llJO' West 9.09 chains to NK corner and menu
unient of stones ; thence S S.V3I W chains to stake
in monument of stones for NW corner; thence S -KPrtO
East 15.15 chains to SV corner and monument of stones ;
thence N SjPIW Eat 1.51 chains to stake in monument of
stone at SE corner; thence N 430' W C.Ofi chains to
poii.t of beinninir. From the NE corner of the claim the
corner between Sections 2. 3, 31 nnd -T5. on Townnhip
line between Townships 23 and 21. North Ranee. 18 W,
Gila and Salt River meridian, bears S 51 E 16.50 chains
distant. Containing- d7 acre.
All persons intereted in the firt eastern extension of
the Ynlture lode are hereby notified that if ther do not
appear within ninety days from the date hereof "and pay
their proportion of the expenses incurred in the amount of
work done on suid hide as required by law, the under
sieued will claim a forfeiture of your interests in said
lode. In accordance with the mining laws now In tote.
G. H. WILSON.
Antelope Creek. A. T Dec. 31, 1875. de31d'J0.
To William Milter. Col. F. T. Gilbert. Charles Carlton,
or any other person or persons deriving their title by
deed from tne original locators in the Itiymuster ledjre,
lode or vein, situated in Wallapui District, Mohave
county, A. T. :
You are hereby notified that if you do not within nine
ty days from the service of this notice, pay to the under
signed, at Ceibit Mohave county, A. T.. your propor
tional part of the expenses incurred on said mine or loca
tion, oa required by the Congressional law. approved
May 10, 1672. the undersigned will claim a forfeiture of
your intcrestin said mine. JOHN CODY
... J. P. LAYNE.
Cerbat, Jtn y. 1, 167C janl4d90
IV O T I C E.
To A. D.Johnson, or any person derivinr their title by
deed from the original locators In the Oro Plata ledge
lode or vein, in Wallapai District, A. T.,
You arc hereby notified that it you do not within nine
ty davs from the service of this notice, pay to the nnder
signed. at Cerbat. Mobave county, A. T.. your propor
tional part of the expenses incurred on said mine or loca
V.0D .."'T1 bJ" ,h Congresuonal law. approved
May 10. Ie.2, the undersigned will claim n forfeiture of
your interests in said mine. JOHN CODY,
. . . J. p. LAYNE.
Cerbat. Jan. 1st, 167S. janHdM
To Wiiiam R. Hellings, T. McWltliams, and J. Fucitt
many other iters' deriving their title by deed from
the oilginal locators in that certain ledge lode or vein'
known as the Pbcenix location, situated in Vulture Min
ing District Yavapai county, Arizona.
Yon are hereby notified that if you do not, within nine
ty days from the service of this notice, pay to the under
signed, at the office of J. P. Hargrove, Esq., in Prescott
your proportion of the expene incurred on said mine or
location. OA nvmlrerf hr thm nmrre.Lmnt lav nnr..v
May ltth, 1872, the undersigned will claim a forfeiture of
Interest in said mine. E. S. JL'NIOR.
Prescott A. TM Jan. 14. 167C
To the WaUapsi Consolidated Mining Company, and al
others ownimj any interest In the Silver Star ledge,
rode or vein, situated is the Wallapai Mining District,
Mohave; county, A.T.:
You are hereby notified that if you do not within ninety
days from the service of this notice, pay to the under
signed, at Mineral Park. Mohave County. Jl. T your
propottioBAl part of the xpees incurred on saM minlag
claim r4con.ai required by the Cosgrrse-oaal Uw.
tie ncdenfgned will claim forfeiture of your interest,
in said mine. ti wtiite.
Mineral rark, Feb. 1, lgTC. tebVd
To the Unfortunate,
NEW REMEDIES! NEW REMEDIES!
V0. 623 KEARSET STREET. C0RHE1
d CmmercUu San Franerscw. Private -
Hkf'Tjl trance on Commercial Street. Established la
1SW. for the treatment oi Sexual and Semital
V Bsw Diicaes, sues as ttocormea. titeei. amenm.
Syphilis in all iu fomis, Seminal Weaknes. Impotea.
etc, etc Skin Diseases of years standing, and L Icerated
l.esr. etc snccetully treated.
DR. G1BHON has the pleasure of announcing that
has retnrned from visiting U principal Hospitals of Ea
rode, and has resumed practice.
The Doctor has spared ceither time nor money in sek :
leg out new remedies, and has returned with incnased 1
fadlities tr the alleviation of human suffering.
Seminal emission is the consequence of self-abuse. This
solitary vie, or depraved cxual indulgence, U practiced
by the yonth ef both sexes o an alwost nnliraited exteat.
prodncng with unerring certainty th fallovriBjr raorbid
symptoms, unless combatted by scientific medical mess
nres. vixt Sallsw countenance, dark spots under the eyw,
pain in the bead, ringing in the cats, nois like the rustita
oi leaves or n.ttlinc of chamot... nneasinesa about tie
loios. weakness of the limhs. coafitseti visioa. blurted In
tellect, Tom of confidence, diffidence in approaching straa
gers, a dislike to form new aeqnatntancr. dlspflsitioa
shun society, los of memory, pimples and various nif
tion about the face, liectic firtshes. furml tongue, &et!
breath, cough, ctmsnmption, n'cht sweats, wotnananla
and frequent insanity. If relief be not obttTned. yoa
should npplv immoliatelr. either in person or bv letter,
and have a cure effected y his new and scientific made
of treating this disease, which never falls ofeffcvtisga
quick and radical cure.
Cured at Home.
rerson at a distance mar r CURED AT HOME, by
addressing a letter to Dr. Gibbon, stating case, svmptoet.
length of time the disease has confined, and have medi
cine promptly forwarded, free from damage and curiosity,
tn any particular port of the country, with full aad plain
directions tor use.
Persons writing to the Doctor win please state the came
of the paper ther see thi advertisement In.
lly enclosing Ten Dollar com in a registered tetter
thtongh the Postoffice or through Wells. Fargo .t Co.. a
package of medicine will be forwarded to any part of the
All communications strictly confidential.
Address. DR. J. F. GIBRON.
jeUffly. Box 1.M7, San Francisco, California.
JUST ISSTTED.-THE 200th EDITION.
Revised and corrected br the author, E. de F. Curtis.
M. D., Ac, &c.
A Medical Essay n tha caue and cure of pre mature
decline in man, showing how health is lost, and how- r-;
gained. It gives a clear synopsis of the impediments to
marriage, the treatment of nervous and physical debility,
exhausted vitality, and all other diseases appertaining
thereto; the results of twenty yean successful practice.
OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.
Crirns ox "Maxiiooh." There is no member of soci
ety by whom this book will not be found useful, whether
he be parent preceptor or clergyman. Loudon Time.
CURTI ox 'MAXltoo'l." This hook should be read by
the young for instruction, by the afflicted for relief ; it will
injure no one. Medical Times and Gazette.
Price One Dollar, bv mail or express. Address the
author, Dp. CURTIS, 5S0 Sutter Street, or P. O.Box 337
San Fr&mfaco, ChI. sepl'yl
Who may be suffering from the effect of Toothful fol
lies or Indiscretion, will do well to avail themselves
of this, the greatest boon ever laid at the altar oi suf
fering humanity. DR. SPINNEY ""M pnaran,f lo t,T
feit 500 for every case of seminal weakness, or pri
vate disease nf any kind or character which he under
takes and fails to cure. He would, therefore say to
the nnfirtunnttf sufferer who may read this notice,
that you arc treading upon dangerous ground when
you longer delay In seeking the proper remedy for
T . . V I .1 m . .
Svour couijoaink iuu may hit in iuc ursi vinire ; re
member you ore approaching the last. If yen are
lorienng upon tne lest, ana are suuering some cr all
of its ill effects, remember that if you persist in pro
cmstination. the time must come when the most skill
ful physician can render you assistance ; wheu the
door of hope is closed against you ; when no angel of
mercy can bring you relief. In no raw has tha Doc
tor failed of snccess. Then 1st not despair work upon
your imagination, but avait vnurself ot the beneficial
results of his treatment before your case is leyond the
reach of medical skill, or before grim death hurries
youtna prmoture grave. -ul course of treaiaef nt i'
.tt no v -J I T rm- i i- W
CJllAf, lCUU I ill, i, J 1 1 J a . ymn U1UC1 VI J. AJ'tVPI
with full description cf case.
Call, or Address, DR. A. B. 8PI1WET,
oc29yl No. 11 Kearny Street San Francisco.
4 livfl To tho who are suffering from the error
villi II and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decny. loss rf manhood. Sic, I will send h re
ceipc that will cure you. fkee of CltAnac The great
remeily was discovered by a missionary in South A merles.
Send a self addressed envelope to the RF.v. Josei-M T.
iNMAN. Station D. Bible House, New York City. au27mS
IT. S. LAND OFFICE,
Prescott, a.t., DttcDtriERl7, 167i
To the Atlantic and PaeiAe R. R. Company :
The following Preemption cash enrrin vix: No.oi
made by Alfred S. Cloogb. December 23. 1871. Covering
S. E. 1 of N. E. . section 3d twp 15 N R 2 W and lot No.
2 nnd K. i of N W i sect 31 twp 15 N It 1 W. Settlement
made Oetolwr 1st ISfiP. Survey December 1671.
No. 07. Joseph Uridger. December 29, 1671. ior SW i
of 8 E i se t 37 twp 17 N R 4 W and lot No. 2 of X E i
sect 1 1C N R -t W. Settlement December I 16C9. Survey
No. 72. William A. Dearing. March W. 1675. 6r S W i
of S E i sect A and S E 1 of S W i sect 3 and N W I of
N E i and N E i of N W i sect 10 twp 15 N R 3 TO
Settlement Novemr 1K71.
The tracts in tbeoddnumbcrrd sections were withdrawn
March 12. 1872, for the A. P. R. R. Co. Settlement
having been made in each case prior to survey and with
drawal said entries have bn approved by the Hon. S. S.
Burdett. Commissioner G- I O., subject to an appear
within CO days from the date hereof.
WILLIAM N. KELLY,
dec 17 COds Register.
Application for Patent.
U. S. Laxi Offick.
PltEeCOTT, A. T., Dec 31, 1675. J
Notice is hereby given, that F. P. F. Temple, by hts
attorney-in-fact, Caldwell Wright whose P. O. address is
Cerbat Mohave county Arizona Territory, has this day
made application through this office for U. 8, Patent fir
one thousand (1,000) linear feet of the Scbnectady vela
or lode, with stirhic ground three hundred (300) feet ia
width, situated In Wallapai Mining District County ot
Mobave and Territory of Arizona, and described in the
plat and field notes, now on file in this office, as follows,
Beginning at North end of shaft, where the origlsal
monument was placed, thence S 730' W 2.27 chains to
monument of stones for NW corner; thence K llXt
15.15 chains to efnke in monnment ot stones for 8W cor
ner; thence N 7e?530' W 4.51 chains lo stake In monumeat
of stones for SE corner; thence N llW W 15.15 chi I
to stike in monumeat of stones at NE corner; tbeftteS
West 2J27' to point of beginnltg. From 8ff
corner, the comer of Sections between 2, 3. 31 and 35, na
Township line between Township 23 and St North.
Range 16 West Gila and Salt River meridian, hears va
riation rw E, S P E 4.C6 chains distant. Contalnrnir
6.67 cre. WILLIAM N. KELLY.
To John Dolan, or any other person or. persons deriviaff
their title by deed from the original lucators- In tic
Eclipse Mgr. Tode or rein, situated in Tiger Mlaiif
District, Yavapai county. A. T.:
You are hereby notified that If you do not within nine
ty days from the da-e of tWs notice, pay to the saccr
signed. or to J. P. Ilargrave, at hi nffiee ro I'rescett A.
T., your proportional part of the expeases Incurred on
said mine or location, aa required by tha C"ngressieBl
law approved May 10. 1672, the undersigned will claim
forfeiture of your interest in said mine.
SAMTi W. WEIR. ,
PrescoU, Jan. 21, 167G. dSO
In the Village of Prescott on Friday, Jan. 14, IS7"-!
sall gold locket with a bice onyx setting- oa one side aa
a Ught pink on the other, with the mi neat ure of a lady
the inside. I will pay 5 Ior Its delivery at Baggt
Drew's store, on Montezuma street
January 21, 1S76.
O rJ Ti
Dissolution of Co-partnership-
The co-partnership heretofore existing under the
nanws of C- P. Heart Sc. Co., doing business at Prescott
A. T and Camp Verde, A. T is this day dissolved M
mutual consent; L. Livingston and Jake Marks
drawing from the firm. The beafaess; will be cfratj
as heretor. under the tame firm aame, by C P. Hct
and Wm. S. Head, who will alone constitute the t
firnl. and will collect an indebtedness whatsoever dae
late eo-partBeribip, aad msaaie it liahiHaee.
. L. LIVINGaTON...
" C P. HEAD.
k :.-t- JAKE MARKS-
Saa Fwaciscc, Ca! , Dec. 31, 1873. jan2tt