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THE FILTER TROCESS.
The Engineering and Mining Journal of
New York has the following on the Fryer
To the Editor: Sir In jour editorial
of January 15th, on the Fryer Process, with
the general drift of which I cannot but agree,
you recur several timed to the high tempera
ture which Mr. Fryer uses In roasting, ob
jecting to it, as I understand you, in toto,
as far as solid auriferous ironpyrites is con
cerned. It is true, that in ordinary roasting of
solid iron pyrites for smelting purposes, a
high temperature is emphatically not want
ed, because the charge, instead of roasting,
would melt. In that state no further elimi
nation of sulphur would be possible. But in
roasting the same material for chlorination,
although up to the last period of the process
a low temperature must be maintained, it is
necessary to raise at the close the heat to a
bright red, in order to cxiicl the last re
Partly for the same reason, and partly for
another which Ishall presently mention, I can
very well understand why Mr. Fryer wants
a high temperature. This is, that at tlr end
of bis roasting process, when he has elimi
nated nearly all the sulphur (as much as is
possible in a kiln), he probably wants to
raise the temperature sufficiently to mtlt the
cold in the ore. If the ore had been eolid
iron pyrites (with, say, 10 to 20 per cent, of
silica,) it would, under the conditions main
tained in hia furnace (presence of carbon and
carbonic oxide), of courso melt also; but
there is no objection to that, except the
higher cost of crushing for subsequent
treatment. If, on the other hand, the ore
had been the common California gold quartz,
which contains from 1 to perhaps 20 per
cent, of iron pyrites, the ore, as a mass,
would remain unmelted, but a very stiff
slag would be formed by the strings of pro
toxide of iron and the contiguous quartz
sintering the mass, perhaps, while the gold
would also be melted. But in cither case
the gold would be present in Miiall, invisi
ble globules, scattered through the ore; and
in crushing and amalgamating this, the gold
would present itself to the mercury in
a bright state, so far as mechanical difficul
ties and losses permit.
In making this suggestion, I do not wish
it to be understood that I think the Fryer
patent kiln necessary, or even desirable, to
obtain the results indicated. On the con
trary, it seems to me open to grave objec
tions, the principal one being that it Is un
necessarily costly in its construction, that it
is not continuous in its operation, and that,
on account of the unnecessary water cooling,
it opens the way for a very large waste of
The suggestion of "Metallurgist" is rea
sonable. But as we understand it, Mr.
Fryer maintains a high temperature nearly
throughout his roasting process, and the
conditions will, therefore, be materially dif
ferent from those assumed by our corres
pondent. Ed. E. and M. Journal.
Our Colonial aud Kovolutlonary ITIagH.
In the beginning of the Revolution a va
riety of flags were displayed in the revolted
colonies. The "Uuion flags, mentioned so
frequently in the newspapers of 1774, were
the ordinary English red ensigns, bearing
the Union Jack. These generally bore some
patriotic motto, such as " Liberty," 44 Liber
ty and Property," "Liberty and Union," etc.
It is uncertain what flag, if any, was used
by the Americans at Bunker Hill. That
displayed by Putnam on Prospect Hill, on
July 18th following, was red, with Qui trans
tulit tiutind on one side, and on the other,
"An Appeal to Ueavcn." The first armed
vessels commissioned by "Washington sailed
under the pine-tree flag, a white flag bear
ing a green pine-tree. The first Republican
flag unfurled iu the Southern States, blue
with a white crescent in the upper corner
next to the staff, was designed by Colonel
"William Moultrie, ot Charleston, at the re
quest of the Council of Safety, and was hoist
ed on the fortifications of that city in Sep
tember, 1775. The flag displayed on the
cast bastion of Fort Sullivan, aftcrw:ird call
ed Moultrie, on Jnuo 28, 1776, was the same
with the word "Liberty" on it. On the west
bastion waved the flag called the " great
union," first raised by AVashington at Cam
bridge, January 2, 1770." This consisted of
the thirteen alternate red and white stripes
of the present flag of the United States, with
the crosses of St. George and St. Andrew
emblazoned on the blue canton in place of
tho stars. This flag was carried also by the
fleet under command of Commodore Esck
Hopkins, when it 6ailed from the Delaware
capes, February 17, 1770. Ilopkins had
displayed previously a yellow ensign, bear
ing tho device of a rattlesnake in the atti
tude of striking, with the motto " Don't
Tread on Me." Tho official origin of the
"grand union " flag is involved in obscurity.
At tHo timeJgT its adoption at Cambridge,
the colonies still acknowledged the legal
rights of the mother-country, and therefore
retained the blended crosses of St George
and St Andrew, changing only the field of
the old ensign for the thirteen stripes, em
blematic of their union. After the Declara
tion of Independence, the emblems of Brit
ish union became inappropriate, but they
were retained in the flag until the following
year. Congress resolved, on June 14, 1777,
"that tho flag of the thirteen United States
be thirteen stripes, alternate red and white;
that the union be thirteen stars, white in a
blue field, representing a new constellation."
AppUton't American Cyclopaedia, rethei
edition, article" Flag."
New Patents. Through Dewy fc Co.,
Patent Agents, San Francisco, we receive
the following advance list of U. H. Patents,
granted to Pacific Coast inventors, viz: S. D.
field, 8. F- electro-magnetic regulators for
steam engines; S. D. Field, S.F. electrical
switches and cut-outs ; P. B. Horton, S. F.,
sadble tree; C. Lea, Florin, Cal., wheels for
vehicles; F. C. Milliken5 Santa Cruz, Cal
adjustable mold board scrapers; F. Oppcn
keiiB, S. Fn vehicle seats; L. Swctt, S, F
clothes lines; H. Von Haverbcke, 8. F
shoes; 8. IT. Cowles, Sacremcnto, Gal. quartz
mills; G. Ei Hopkins, W. T rotary cultiva
tors. C. B. Dahlgren, 8. F- condensers for
fumes of mercury; AW Dans, Petal uma,
harness trimmings; P. llinklc, 8. F. Clutch;
X. K. Howes, S. F., refrigerator; A. J. Lar
rjOB, 8. Fn animal trap; S. Lawton, S. F fish
tcalea; D. P. Russell, Dixon, Cal., reapers;
H. K. Watercousc, 8. Fn vehicle spring; II.
JLaderaon, Yidlcjo, Cal- handle attachment
for bn fG-toberta, S. F. (trademark)
throat or broaclual "affec tio n s.
Any om Icnowisg the whereabouts of
W. T- Grrwst wfcv last heard jpo,-w
it XotUTe, dietrfct, Arizona, will confer a
grwtfavor bywritiDgjo X'D. Grant, Tall
ley xoru, ouswas wuui.. ....iw...
Centr Main it first Sti., 304 California Strut,
YOUC, AUZON. Sas fkascibco, Cal.
JAMES M. BARNEY,
Successor to Use late firm of
WM, B, HOOPER & CO.,
Continue the Business in
ARIZONA AUD CALIFORNIA,
Importer fc "Wholctsiale
A X D
Will carry a fall prine slock of
SADDLERY, & MINING MATERIALS,
Selected to exactly uit
Merchants, Ranchers, Station
Keepers, Freighters, and
Miners of Arizona
Solicit! orders fa; goods, and inrures satisfaction ; FOR
WARDS freight nod merchandise to any part of the
World, insuring, if desired ; Burt, or makes advances,
.on all Arizona and Mexican produce.
The Sale of Ores and Minerals a Specialty,
Bny and Exchanges
GOLD & SILVER BULLION,
Gold Dust, Legal Tenders,
TJ. H. Treasury Dra.fts9
SOLDIERS' WARRANTS AND VOUCHERS,
And Good Commercial Bills.
SPECIAL OIUJEIIS WILL BE ATTESTED TO UV THE
SAN FRANCISCO BRANCH HOUSE,
With promptitude and fidelity
All Orders and Commissions should be addressed to
JAMES M. BARFEY,
February 4, 1S76. Yuina, Arizona.
Yuma Drug Store.
Wnnlesale and Retail
Main Street, Yuma, Arizona,
Has in store a full line of
DRUGS, PEKFUMERY, PAINTS,
Toilet Soap, Tooth Brushes,
And All Other Articles Usually Kept in Drag Stores
ty Prescriptions put up with great car.
Orders from the country solicited, with the assurance
that prices, &c will b found satisfactory.
YUMA NEWS DEPOT.
STATIONERY and BOOKS,
CUTLERY, FANCY GOODS,
CIGARS, Sc CANDIES,
Kto., JCto., Etc.
JAMES AH EGG, - - Proprietoi.
Main Street, Yuma, Arizona.
fjyAjency for the Alt! ZONA 3IIXtt,
STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S
LEAVE SAN FRANCISCO EVERT
SO days for Mexican Torts and the
mouth of the Colorado River, connect
ins; with Hirer Bouts. Agenclc of the
610 Front St, San Francisco, California,
Yuma and Ehreno r& Arizona.
L rOLUAMUS. Jit.,
December 31. 1875. General Sopt
E. 3V. FISH Jfc CO.
Desire to inform the public, through the medium of the
MPTCB, that their extensive stores and warehouses, at
In rima County, Arizona, are always,, filled with ful
lines of sach cools at am needed is the Territory, and
their aaiple facilities tor purchasing and receiving goods,
enable them to sell better article, for less money, than
any other firm in Soetheaatera Arixuoa.
In addition to regular store articles, they keep on band
FINE LVMBEB AND SHINGLES,
BARLEY" 3c CORN.
Mr Fih will be pleaetd to receive calls from inch ciGzea
ot Northern Ariiona, New Mexico and California, as may
visit, or pass Tucson.
PIONEER NEWS DEPOT
KrtblWie4 1870, by
J. S. MANSFELD, of TUCSON,
HIWRAKBS, AID MAGAZOTf,
STITHitlT. CITLCTT, CM TMJMXt. ETC
V Agrsvryfortte ABWKCA MLYE&.
PRESCOTT POST OFFICE.
Arrivals and Departures of Mail.
From Southern Arizona, via WickenbHrp, Pbarelr and
Mundava and Thursdays. Monday and Friday at 7:30
From California, Eastern States, Cerbat and joints in
Mondays and Thursdays. I Wednesdays at, 7:30 r. M,
I Saturdays at 7:30 1'.lt.
From Santa Fe ( New Mexico;, via Forts Wingate and
Uefianoe and Caui Verde.
Monday and Thuwday Tuesday a Friday. 8 r. it.
F-om WicVeabanr, via Walnut Grove, Uradshaw and
Saturdays at 6 r. it. Sundays at 6 A. K.
Office hours from 8 cm. to 7i p.nu
Money order ofieo bnurs frum 9 A. St. to 3 r. X.
I'rcistraiiun c!os at 3 r. M
OCce open Sundays Irom 9 to 10 a. M.
N mnev order israed or pid on Ssndmn.
fe!2tf " THEO. W. OTIS, P. M.
AZTLAN LODGE ffo. 177, T. & A. H.
Keeular meetings of this Lodc on the last
Saturday of each month, at 7 o'clock I. St.
Soioumlss; breihren ri fratenially invited
T to attend. GEO. D. KENDALL, W. M.
Wit. N. KKLI.Y, Secretary.
0. 0. P., ARIZONA LODGE No. 1.
Kezular ilwUncs ua first aad third Sat
fcurdavuf each month, at Ma&uaii Hall. Mem
WJ" vited to attesd. J. W. SULLIVAN, N".'G.
Jas. G0LT.ii, Secretary.
YWjj.All the nicest, freshest Had best HaIU PRXrAUA
VJV" no.vs: Pomades, Oils, Dyrs. aad Inviera
tors, Lubin's Genuine French Extract, Soaps, Powders
and Cosmetiqups, can b had nt
DP KENDALL'S Pioneer Drufc- 8tore.
J. U. WALK lit.
.SSSSSSSSSB BH S1SSSSSSSSSSJ
LIVERY, FEED AND SALETABLES,
Granite St.. bet. Goodwin & Carlton.
HATHAWAY & WALKER, Proprietors.
Best livery horses and rlrpint vehicles nt all times and
at reasonable rate. Horei boaided or bought and sold.
Hay and Grain always on hand.
HATHAWAY Sc. WALKER
Prcscott, Aug. 20, 1875.
THE POST TRADER'S STORE,
FORT WHIPPLE, AR IZONA,
KEEPS rOK SALE
CAN FRUITS, CLOTHING.
BOOTS 3ST3D SHOES,
STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS
TOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC.
CP Prices Eeuonable.
BOWERS t RICHARDS, Proprietor
MALCOLM It. CAisrnr.LL.
SIDXET MCE, JR.
CAMPBELL & MEE,
CARPENTERS & JOINERS.
SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS .53
Mado to Order on Shortest Notice.
CARRIAGE AND WAGON WORK,
Ol which we make a sptcialty.
Southeast Comer of the Plan Northoari Coiner of
CortM and Goodwin streets. i
W. L. HEMPHILL,
BLACKSMITH, & WAGON MAKER,
HAVING TAKEN THE STAND FORMERLY OC
cupietl by Mitchell &. Gardner, on Granite street, nearly
opposite. Hathaway Si Walker's II very stable, will con
duct aud carry on t
WAGON AND CARRIAGE
MAZING AND REPAIRING,
Particular attention paid to Home-shoeing.
w. L. HEMPniLL.
Pro roll, Aujist 1T7, 1675.
BUY YOU R
FRESH MEAT AND VEGETABLES
....AT THE ....
PIONEER MEAT MARKET,
Montezuma Street, Preacott.
Ent plenty of both, and you will sin be as strong a
an ox, as fat as butter, and as stout, around. th waist, as
Presidential QuaVer. G. HATHAWAY,
LARGE, NEW, COMPLETE
WAGON AND BLACKSMITH SHOPS
Gurley Street, Fronting on Granite,
All kinds of Ulacksiaithiag, Wasm-mUins; and re
peirins; done in rood style by
feblStf FRED G. BRECHT
RANCHIHG IN WILLIAMSON VALLEY.
HORSES AND MCLES WILt. BE R.1NCHED AT
Tkree Dollars per Moutk,
At tar ranch in WJUiaitsou Valloy.
(lkf WILLIAM J. ' SIMM05S.
House to Let.
Thie ndemraeiL wiskiap to return to the mountain.
wiH ret two, four ar fife rooms. -Apply .t the Minn's
Saloea, oa South Granite stmt. C. Y-. 5 HELTON.
rcbraary S5 1S73. t tf
Houses for Sale or Rent.
For particulars apply to ' ' " J. L.'FISnER,
ARIZONA AND NEW MEXICO
CAPITAL, - - - 5500,000.00. i
HENRY WELLS. Pie.t HENRY WICK. Trtas.
Aurora, S. Y. Cleteland, Ohio
C. H. Wells, Gcn'l Sujrt., Tucson. Arixuna.
This Company " now prepared to transact a
GENERAL EXPRESS BUSIITESS
Between Prescott and th Tennlnas of th Southern Pa
cific ltailroad. now ut Whitewater. Cat. running via
WicCenburc and Ebrenbenf. miOiinp c!oc connections
with tbeir stages for Phienir. Florence, Taestm and
Southern Aritona, and scliinff ttefcet al tbeir offices po.xl
over the Central and Southern Pacific Railroads to San
Joe San Francisco, Sacramento and intermediate places,
and thenec to 11 rincipal cities and town of the United
State. Quickest and eaeint route to San Francisco.
Larpe and comfortable Kimball four and six- horse
Shortest desert crossiuff. good water, and good stations
Fire aud a half days to San Fran
cisco. Two days to Tucson.
The Arlzunaand Nw Jlexieo Express Company, bar
ins; complevd its orgitniuition ol linrn, vCicrs and cm
ploj es, has entered um u
GENERAL CARRYING BUSINESS
Terminus of Southern Pacific
Where they will make connection with WELLS. FARRO
&. CO.. for express matter destined to all part of the
United States and Europe, a'e now ready to carry pas
seugers and do a general E.iprvs business.
Will be carried on all our stages, three times each week,
eaehwav. Government stiiuiped on elopes will be sold
by us at all our olBce. with our frcrnk, carrying letters to
any part of the United States and Europe.
BULLION AND CURRENCY
Will be received and forwarded with difratch and safety.
McNealc & Urbun's Cincinnati! Bauk Fire and Burglar
Proof Safes at our Pr'tcott and Tucson offices.
Orders for the purehnw of goods at San Francisco and
lcowhcre. will have prompt attention. The collection of
Notes Drafts, Accounts and Acceptances will have spec
iui dipotcb. ;
Throtieh Rates given to New ork, Boston, Philadel
phia, Baltimore and New Orleans.
Stages Leave Prescott every other day
at 4 P. M. Odd days in March and
even days in April and May.
OHAS. II. WELLS, General Sup't..
F. W. ULAKE, Agent, Tucson, A. T.
February 18, lPT
CALIFORNIA AND ARIZONA
Prescott, Florence and Wickenburg,
San Bernardino and Los Angeles
IN SIX DAYS,
Carrving the United States Mails, and tho California and
Arizona Express Co.'s Parknges aud Express,
Cnncting with Wells. Fargo A Co.'s '
Express at San Bernardino, Cal.
Aim CONCOKD COACHES
leam San Hrnardino daily with
Piuicnirprs. TI 8. Mails nnd Wells. Farsrop
Sc C-.' Express, connecting with Ilailroad at Spadrn,
runnin? through to Los Angeles in Ninety Minutes. Ari
zona pussotigers over these routes cross tho Gila and Salt
Rivers, puts through
Pkenix, Oo'orado River Indian Reservation, Ehrenberg
Dos Pains, Agna Callienta or Great Hot Min
eral Bprings, Celebrated San Gcrgoaia
Pais, and Many Places of In
tersit along the Ronte
worthy of notice.
For all particulars apply at our offices, represented by
E. S. SEED, Agent rrescott.
E. N. FISH Sc CO, Agent Florence.
E.O. GRANT, Agent Hardyvillc,
J. H. HUGHES, Agent San Bernardino
GEO. PRIDHAM, Agent Ixs Angeles.
J. II. I'lERSON, Secretary
Ornct Wlckcnburg- fel9 tf
SANTA FE AND PRESCOTT
Semi-Weekly Mail Line.
Uucklioards leave Prcscott for Santa Fe
Every Wednesday and Saturday Morning
CAnnrixG u. s. mail and passcngers.
Fare to Santa Fe, $75. Time, 7 1-2 Days.
Distance, 500 Miles.
Fare Irom Santa Fe to St. Louis $106.00
Fare from Santa Fc to Chicago.. 111MX!
Fare Irom Santa Fe to New York 133.00
rSFor particulars inquire at the rostttlc.
HAYWARD Sz UAKEK.
CHARLES T. HAYDEN.
Hayden Ferry, Maricopa County, A. T.,
' DEALER IS' -
EVERY VARIETY OF MERCHANDISE,
Proprietor of the Hayden Mills.
Flour of the Very lient Quality
Front these Water Mills always on hand. Also,
Cracked Barley for Feed for Animals.
Have on hand and fur sale a large anonut of
Homo IVIadu Bucou anil Iurl.
Freighters will find tny
BLACKSMITH AND WAGON SHOPS
Well supplied with material for repairs.
CHAHLES T. HAYDEN.
HEZEKIAII BROOKS. Agent. Prescott. A. T. feiatf
T1ENDA B A RATA.
On the West Side of the Plaza,
PHCENTX, - - - ARIZONA.
A 'General Asscrtmest
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
Boots an Shoes, Etc.,
For Sale Cheap.
DxrigfS and edicines
An experienced drargist always oa hasd to coEpoand
inediciae and rt np prescriptiot. ' E. IKV1NE.
Jasa-ry 7. 1876 . ,
iELnTROP PKHUVIAS 1AI MTTV
WJSde ui iron at UA-L 3 -raf Mn I
IN THE DISTIUCT COURT OP THE THIRD JU
dicial District, in and for the County of amp, in
the Territory of Arizona.
FJtAXCXS E. 6HIKREFK, PlainUff. 1
WlUlAM SamuClT. Defendant. J
Action broorht in the district court cf tie fl- judif fal
district. In and for the county .I avapai, in the Terri
tory ot A raona.
The Territory cf Arizona itndt grx'tifg U WtUuxn
Yoore hereby summoned and required to appear in
an action bronchi mrainst yu in tho dutnet cwrt of the
third Judicial district, to and for the reaaty oO arapni
n the Territ.rj- of AriHW. by the above named plainUff,
ad answer the complaint filed with the clerk of this
wart, at Prrt.. in A county, (a copy of which com
claim aceouipanies this summons) wiajin tnent ilajs
( exclusive yf the day of servic after the servlc. upon
rouofthU summo-l if served in this county: but f
Icrved out of the county, and within this district, then
within thirtx davs ; in all other ca forty -
This action itbhx praying for a decree of this court
dissolrins- the toads if w-trimony vow exuXiag bet.Tfcn
the said plaintiff and defendant, and S.;r other relief in
the complaint In this cause iirt;eti!rly set forth and
averred: And vou are hereby notified that if you fa. to
appear and answer the cmpUint, as alH.ro renu:red.the
puiiniiff will take defautt acnlut you. and will apply to
ibe court ft.r the relief demanded in said comwaiut. and
for co.ts and disbursement in this ,'MPn.d5U' ,trt
Given under tny band and the seal of the district CtJrt
aforesaid. , at Precott. this 1st day ot February.
IL. S.1A I'1S7 AVI L LI AM WILKERSOK. Clerk.
Kl-su Wells. Attemeys for Plfl tthiiW
Notice is hereby Riven thai by vlrtne of an eiecutlon
iued out of the District Court f tbo Thml Judicial DU
trict, in and for the couuty of Yavapai. In the Territory of
Arizona, tested on tho 0th day or August. A. I. ISTO. In
the cause of X. L. Grifiin ajainst Geo. E. Berry, and to
me directel aud delivered, I have levied on and taken all
tho ricbt, title and interest of tbo said Geo. E. Kerry, to
the following property to wit : The Ranche known as thn
QuarttJrountjdn Mill Site, containing ono hnndred and
sixty (1C0; acres of land, bounded n follows : Comtnenc
lag at a monument fivrtv yards ( ) due north of the old
mill and running- eighty rods-(SO) cast; thence one huu
drcd nnd sixtv rod (1C0) south r thence, one hun.ired nnd
sixty (1C0) rods west ; thence one hundred and sixty rods
flCO) north; thenc? eighty rod (80) east, to the place of
bcinuing. Situate about 1 mile fr-m Pr-scott south,
in Yavapai county. Territory of Arisonn, together with
all the tenements and improvements thereon ; which I
will exposo for sale at public vendue, as the law directs,
on Thurday, tho 16th day of March. A. D. 18T6, at 11
o'clock In the forenoon, at the Court House Jn Prescott, iu
Yavapai countv, Arizona Territory.
r ED. F. BOWERS
Sheriff of Yavapai County
rrescott Feb 21 1S76 Lt3
The sale pursuant to the above notice is postponed un
til Slondav, the 27lh day of March, at the same hour und
place. ' ED. 1. BOW HRS, Sheriff.
To William Miller, Col. F. T. Gilbert. Charles Carlton,
or any other person or ptrsons deriving their title by
deed from tho original locators in the Paymaster ledge,
lode or vein, situated In Wullapal District, Mohave
county, A. T. :
You are herebr notified that if you dn not, within nine
ty days from the'servlce of this notice, pay to the under
ir;nel, nt Cerbat. Mohave county. A. T.. your projir
tional part of the expends incurred on said mine or kca
tion, as no.uirvd by the Cocgressloual law. approved
May 10. 1672. the undersigned will cluiru a forfrituru of
your interest iu said mine. JOHK CODY,
J J. P. LAYXE.
Cerbat. Jsn'y. 1, 1S7G. JanHdOO
To the Wnllaial Cunst'lidatetl Mining Company, and al
others owning any interest in the Silver Star ledge,
lode or vein, situated in the Wallapal Mining District,
Mohave county, A.T.:
You are herebv nutified that if yon do not within ninety
days Jrom the serrico of this notice, uy to the under
sigued. ut Minenil Park. Mohavo County, A. T.. your
proportional part of the expenses incurred on said mining
claim .r location, as required by the Congressional law,
the undersigned will claim a forfeiture of your interests
inaidmin. 1 H.WHITE.
Mineral Park. Feb. I, 187G. tcWdOO
To John Funk, I- C. Welboum, 11. M. Pogson. or any
other person or persons deriving- their title by deed
from the locators in tbo St. Charles Oiusolidnted mines,
lode or Tehj situated iu Wallapai mining district, Mo
have oonnty, A. T.,
You are hereby notified that if yoti do not, within nine
ty days from the service of this notice, pay to the under
signeil. at Cerbat, Mohave county A. T.. your propor
tional part of the expenses incurred on said mine or loca
tion, as required by the Congressional law. approved
May 10. Ifc, the undersigned will claim a forfeiture oi
vour interest in said mine. EDWARD SMITH.
Cerbat, March 7, 1876. mr!7dS0
NEW SA W-3IILL
Two and one-half miles South of Prescott.
Having new Coiaploted. asd in Pull Optration, my new
Saw-Mill, with the latest impmed machinery, cos
zisting of SAWS, 8HIKGLE MACHINE, and
PLAINEE. I am prepared, at the shortest
notice, to fill all orders for the following
kinds of Lambtr, either at the Mill
or at my Lumber Yard in- Pres
cott, namely :
AND RUSTIC LUMBER.
Casings, Mouldings, Panelings
A IV D SHI A' GLES,
OF THE FINEST QUALITY.
In short. Everything in my lino
FOR THE C O XSTTOJ CT 1 0T
Terras Cash ou Delivery.
All orders ol by mail, or through the merchant of
Prcscutt, will receive prompt attention.
GEO. W. CURTIS.
Prescutt. May 23, ltf73
THE CLIPPER MILLS
Hare established a new
XJIVI DB IS 3R, - Y A. RD,
On the West side of Oiaoite Creek,
Corner McCorruick & Gurley Sts.,
1 1ST PEESCOTT,
Where the proprietors. Messrs. WILEY i. CASEY, will
always have on band all kinds of building lumber.
The Mills are situated eight miles south of Prescott. in
the finest body of timber in YaTapal County, and bare
Always on Hand.
H7Farticn!T attention sriren to orders for CLEAR
LUMBER, and bills will be filled with dispatch.
WILEY di CASEY.
Prescott, Nor. 19, 187Jw
THE PIONEER MILL
OP THE TERRITORY,
trotUtERLX QUARTZ MOUNTAIN SArT.JflLZ,)
HAS OIS" H -VIST 13
ALL KIIVDS OF LUMBER,
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST.
And is eo-tUatly asaking the saase ssHab?ti for all imr-poe-
, A0. NOTES.
Of Orders leit with O. Corn 11 or at Um (tore of Jote
G. Campbell will tx -roioptlT EUmL ' '
rretecHA. T., ArrUl,16733i 'S-Ltv- t 1 .
To the TJnfortnnai
NEW REMEDIES! NEW KEMSDHj
DE. GIBBON'S DISPEir
623 AEAKNET SHEET. Mm
CoruTiere iui. San Ftsneisen. PriTt
trance on Commercial .Street. Estah&tdTi.
ISM. for the treatment ofSexnal and K"
Disease, sach ns nonorthes. Gleet SmI
S)Thilis in all it ."brm. Seminal Ti eaxnrss.
etc, etc. Skin Diseases of years sUading. aad Cl
Ler. etc sueeessinlly treated.
DR-GIBBONhPs hepl'ur ef annonnrfis; rf !
has returned from risiiine th principal Ifospii at li4
rode, and has resumed practice. vru3
The Doctor has spared neither time nor money fJ"SI j
injr oot nw remedies, nrnl has rtnrned with !eri 1
facilities for the alkrlation of humaa safferini;.
Seminal emisivn Is the cunseouenceof If-b,1u3
solitary vie, or depraved sexual tndnlirence. is Vimim
by the youth of both sxe to an almost nnlimits) wA
producinc with unerring- certainty the Mlowinf al
symptoms, nnless fmhattel by scientific niodlesi. 7
urvs. vix: Ralbw countenance, dark spntmider1btfta
pain in the bead. rinic in the ears, Boisn like tinH-W,
of leave or rattlinc of charnots, nneasinesa abestSi
loins. wruknes of the limb, confnsed Tision, hlantsJ wi
. I. . . .... . m . 1 ! . ,
icii .i, iom oi eonnuence, uiiuuence id opproacaHifMwf
jrer. a nijusc to tonn netr acqaainiancc, a ""p-ilissj
snnn society. Ins of memory, pimple ana Tarios
nuns acout the lace, beetle Ansa, furreu tongue,
breath, couch, consumption, n'cht sweats, wemi
anI frequent insanity. If relief be not obtained.
snouiit arpiv tmmediately. either in pcrsnn or ny :
and hare a rare effected W hU new and scientiiSe
ol treatlnir this disease, which neter fails of eflettistti"
quick and radicalcure. j
Cured at Home. I
Persons at a dlstancn mar be CURED AT nOMR, W
addrcssirjr a letter to Dr. Gibbon, statiajr case. sympte:
lencth of time the disease has confined, and bare bmA
cine pwmptly forwarded, free from damace and curiotf',
to auy particular part of the country-, with full and pl(
directions tor use.
Persons writlncto the Dccfor will please state the
of the paper tbve this-adTertisement in.
Ry enrlostnt; Ten Poltars coin In a resUtcred lttty
thiouph the Postnffice or through Wells. Fnrjro & Co,
rnckag) of medicine trill be forwarded to any part of ti
All communications strictly confidential. J
Addrcst. DP- J. P. GIBBON. f
Je5ly. Bor L937. San Francisco, Calirr.W
JUST ISSTTED.-THE 200th EDITION
Revised and corrected by the author, E. de T. CwSfi
31. P., Jfcc. c $
A Jtedical Essay on the raue and cure of ere teats'
decline in man, shnwinfr how health Is lost, and ho-sr.'i
gained. It gives a clear synowis of the impediments ti,
marriage, the treatment of nervurnnd physical debilitt;
exhausted vitality, and all other disrate apperfatsSJ'
thereto; the results of twenty years successful praoti,v
OPINIONS OK THE PRESS.
CrKns OX "3USH0!1.' There is no member of sstfr
ety by whom this book will not be found useful, wbttbr
ho be parent, preceptor or clrrjrj mirn. London Time.
Cllrms X "Maxhooh "This book should be readme
the younc for instruction, by the afflicted forrellef ; It C
injure no one. Medical Times and Gazelle. A
Price One Dollar, br mail or express. Address tie
author. Dgi CURTIS, 500 Sutter Street, er V. O.Box
San Francisco, Cal. sepl7yl
YOUNG ME IV
Who may bo sutTerinr from the effect of Touthfnt W-
lies or indiscretion, will do well to avail themsetTesj
of this, the greatest lioon ever laid at the altar ui saf-
ferine humanity. DR. SPINNET will ffnarante to
feit 8oC0 for every runt of seminal weakness, or pii
vnle disease of any kiud or character which he unJec
tnkes and fails Ut cure. He would, therefore say H
the unfortuuate si'ffrrer who may read thl noiics,
that you are treading upon dangerous ground whei
you longer delay In reeking- the proper remedy L
your complaint. You nmrlx in the first stage ; re
member you are approaching the Inst. If yeu at
borlering njon the lust, nnd nre snlTering some or 3
of its ill effects, remember that if you persist In pne
cnutination. the time must coma when tbo nnt (kiH
ful physician can render yon no assistance ; when Iks
door of hope is closed against vou ; when no angtl si
mercy van bring you relief, in no case bus the Doe
tor failed of success. Thtn let not despair work up
your imusimttiim, lint avail 1 ourself oi the bcnrficul
results of his treatment be'ore your ruse Is boyoad A
reach of medical skill, or before' grim death kurriej
you to u prmaturr grave. Full course of treatmest
T.0U. .Send money by Post Office order or Exprcts
with full description of case. r
Call, or Address, SR. A. B. 8PfiftrEr; ,
oclSyl No. 11 Kearny Street, flan Francisco. !
To Willam II. Helling. T. McWilliams. and J. Fri;
or any other irsn deriving tlielr title by deed frst
the oiiginal locators in that certain Icdgs lode orvea '
known a the Pliccnix location, situated in Vulture 3fi
ing District, Yavapai county. Arizona.
You are hereby notified thut If you do not. within flise
ty days from the service of this notice, pny to the under
signed, at the oiTlce of J. P. Hnrgrave, Esq.. in Prescse
yur proportion of the expenses incurred on said mist
liMstion. as required by the Congrcvional law. approTel
Jluy 10th. 1872. the undersi-ced will clnlm n rorfelmni'
your interest in said mine. E. S. JUNIOR.
Prescott, A. T., Jan. 1 J. 187(5. d90
All person interested in the first enstcm extenstoai'
the Yulture lode are hereby notified that if they lion
appear within ninety day from the da'e hereof and pi?
their proportion of the expense incurred in the amimnti
work done on snM lode us required by Iarr. the unde
signed" will clnlm a forfeiture of your interniti in ti
lode, in accordance with the mining laws now in force. '
O. II. WIISOS.j
Antclbpo Creek. A. T.. Dec HI. 1875. de31d9l;
Notice i hereby given that tho partnership nerrtrA
existing Iwtween Charles A. Luke and -Martin S-ftf
brg. of IreM"tt. Arizma. tinder the firm name of C L
LiiVc&C.. was dissolved on the tenth day of ifw
1S7C. by mutual consent: Mnrtin Saffenberg- retiriaf
All debtf orinic to the said firm at the date of said djMe
lution have been assigned to said Charles A. Lust,
and are to be received hy and paid to him ; and all it
mands ou the said firm are to le presented to bin for far
mcnt. CHARLES A LUKE.
Trescott; Sfarch 10. 1676. tf
To John Dolan, or any other person er persons deriffcs;
their titlo by derd from the original locators la tb
Eclipse ledge, lode or vein, situated In Tiger 3flabf
District, Yavapai county, A. T.r
You are hereby notified that rf yon do not withla nisf
ty days from the da'e of this notice, pny to the ns-
signed, or to J. P. Hargmve, at his office In Proeott A
T., your proponlenal part of the expense incurred
said mine or location, as reqnlml by the Cootrr'
law approved 3tay 10. 187-, the undersigned will rial-'
forfeiture of your interest in said mine.
8 A MX W. WEIR.
Prescott, Jan. 21 , 1 76. dtt .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS- ,
la th JUtter of the
Estate of A. C. HA3KEJL, DeceaM
Notice Is hereby frivem by the undersigned admlai
tor oi th estate or A. C. Haskell, deceased, to the cre
tor of and aapersonsboldlngclaluisagainstsniddec
to exhibit then, with the necetsaiy vouchers, wltfetn j
month from the first publitatitm of this notice, to ths m
administrator at hia office in 31ineral Park. Jlohave er
ty. Territory of Arizona. W3I A.MII-
Mlneral I-ark, Feb. 2g, 1976. m3t
" ' 11 -
To A. D. Johnson, or unv nrm- Aenne their titl
deed from the original locators In the Oro Plata 14
lode or vein, in Wallapal District, A. T..
You are hereby notified that it you do aot, withla sj
ty days from the service of this notice, pay to the t.
signed, at Cerbat, Jlohave county. A. T yoar pT
tiomU part of the expense incurred on said mine or"
tlou, required by th Congressional law. spp j
Ma-10 IkCo v .i : a :tt -i,r . r..r&-iti
your interest la sold mine.
Cerbat, Jan. 1st, 1876.
To J. W. Good, or any
toy other person derivtaff their JjJ
original lncater in that certara
py aeea irom ice
era! bearing- qnartx lode, ledge or vein known j
Pennsylvania lation, itaated la Wallapal
cutrtct, ilobave rtunty, Arizona Territory.
You are berebr notified that If vou do not -libra
day from the serriee of this aottoe, pay to the tf"
signed at Chloride, Mohave county, A. T- your prT
tlenal part of the expense incurred oa said mis Wj
tlo, at recurred by the CoogreioJ law. ayr"
-Va lAtli layrt v .J.I1 1 .t.t fea-tmlWHi
v '.Him t ' am jii . k .
Chloride) trcb" d. 1877.