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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 187G.
jVlTO HAS COMMITTED FUAUD
In 1863, without a Pastry law, Yavapai
Connty cat 045 vote, while Pima, without
a registry, cast 1,017. Two years later,
wlwri tht-re -was -local strife in the Election
for Oorinry 'officer?, Pima, under pressure of
ervHlancc on the part of candidates, had
her vote reduced to 700, w hile Yuma cast
thu cxtntvjgnat vote of 772.J
In 1874, still without a-Registry law, Ya
vapai had increased to 1,027; Pima had
crawled hack to 979, and Yuma only reached
452. This is the way these Counties , voted
when tllercvasTio restraint upon the quali
fications of voters f . t- . , ( s j ' .
Now, let uV look at the vote under the
operations of the Registry law, which holds
the illegal voter in check, and allows those
only 'to vote who; are qualified. Enough is
now known, to Tender it certain that Yara
pai'hasciwta "vote of not far from 1,500;
Pima will not vary far rfrom 700, and Yuma
has not gone far ahovn 200. It is fair to
prusnmo'that'all the Counties have steadily
iucTcmcdin population and in legally quali
fied Voter, and yet llicsc figures, which we
have -bbrn at considerable pains to hnnt up
from'old files of the Mikek, indicate that
all-the Counties mentioned, except Yavapai,
as tfir back as we liavo searched, have uni
formly polled wveral hundred illegal votes
each year since 1&5G, and how much farther
back it is hard to determine.
The Delegate elected on the 7th of this
month, whoever he may be, under the whole
some restraints of the Registry law, is no
doubt? ' fairly elected;-'but can the same,
thing be said of any of his predecessors for
many years",' in the face of the facts here
Now, let the Citizen rave and "cuss"
The returns, thus far, in the different
'counties show, that, as in . other States, and
Tcrritoriesrwliprc a registry law exists, a largo
percentage of those registered have not vo
ted, but the registration and the vote have
fully vindicated the census returns in the
various counties and shown that the ceusus
marshals did their duty honestly and faith
fully, notwithstanding the charges of fraud
Wehall probably hear no'moro of the large
population iu Pima, and the small number
in Yavapai in the face of the registers and
poll lists of the two counties, which from
present indications show almost, if not
quite double as many voters in Yavapai as
in .Pinia, , Judge French, Secretary Iloyt,
Governor SafiWd "and all the officials who
have had any duty to perform in connection
with the census re'rurn, apportionment ant:
election proclamation, and who performed
those duties fearlessly, faithfully and im
partially will feel a satisfaction at having
been so completely vindicated by the
registration and voting in the differ
ent sections of the Territory. Xot that thev
needed any vindication iu doing a plain, not
to .say imperative duty, but then it is a com
fort to know that jticu and official duty
have so perfectly agreed, and that the
charges that official action had sustained
francHvcre so entirely unfounded. '
"Tenting and Working Silver Orrs."
We liave received a copy of the above il
lustratcd work of 1 14 pages, for miners and
prospectors by Chas. U. Aarou. It is writ
ten for tlio minor, with no chemical symbols
or metallurgical technicalities to 'confute
those who are not chemists or metallurgists
Uudxir the heading of the first chapter,
u Testing Ores tor Silver, "we find para
graphs on ore formation, test for silver, "with
heat and water, acid or blow pipe. In
speaking of testing for a process, the extent
and richness of ore is considered, smelting
orcs;selecting and working sample, applian
ces for testing, roasting, etc. Under the
head of w"rorking Ores" the author des
cribes Aaron's process has something to say
of superheated steam, preparation of dichlo-
rido of copper and protochloride of copper,
use of copper and iron, quantity of chemic
als, carbonate of lime, chloride ores, amal
gam, Patchen's process, etc He also des
cribes the methods of working roasted ores,
treatment of baso metals, stirring, heat
of furnace, want of sulphor, etc., Under
the head of "Leaching processes" are the
titles, Smeltiug, Mexican process, Kroeucke's
process, Chilean process, etc. Under " Pul
verizing Machines " are described the uras
tra and its construction and operation,
stamp batteries, screens, Crooker's trip-hammer
battery, Pauls pulverizing barrel, Ken
dall's battery, Noicc's pulverizer, a cheap
Tn speaking of amalgamator the author
describes a cheap amalgamator, grinding the
orcv directions for making a barrel, prevent
ing mechanical wear, use of quicksilver,
copper in bars, Frieberg barrel, trough, bar
rel on rollers, Aaron's amalgamator, separa
Ha describes an improved retort, roasting
furnace' tools and" furnace building.
Among the miscellaneous mention may be
fouflcjiiaxon's leaching apparatus, with two
or three different arrangements, a ,f mall
mill, sampling tailings and settling, tanks
etc Mr. Aaron is a practical miner, of
long experience on this coast. ''
Thdjbbolcirarservicea'ble one for miners
and' jrbsec'tors' use. Price, post free, (in
leather,) $2l&Q. Address Dewey & Co.
3Iixdto .and Sciextific- Puess, 224 San
some street; San Francisco.
A dispatch imin the -Danbury. News savs
thfitFJorfda-"water is nowrecommended&y
Tildens physician a-s a cure for ails ill- thai,
flesh is heir to. -
l .. . . .11 ' ' . , V
LETTER FJt0M OCR OWX MIXING COB-
Onr associate habeencouting around the
country recently Mid .gives the following
Since my last letter to the Miner I have
been on the move a little and give you the
benefit of my observations.
Some recent trips down and np the Has
ago the, Placer mines used to make an punce
a day with a rocker, shows that ha old
creek is not entirely worked out yet. A
short time since a little above the old Mont
gomery mine, Duff and Co. took out 1200,
in about three weeks, and Duff put out for
jr. - X jJ w
the Centennial. Just below the mouth of
Copper crepk, Kelly and i Hemphill are open
ing a claim that promises ounce dig
gings and above Copper creek, Merrill & Co.
have a fine piece of ground that pays them
from 0 to $10 per day. Haifa mile below
the Umqua mine two men are sluicing with
good pay. A mile above a party of French
men arc opening a bar claim with good
prospects through five feet of ground, and
between there ' and, the Clipper saw-mill
several men are working with rockers and
sluices, making ordinary wages. Nearly
all the Placer miners are also interested in
quartz and with J. 11. Darroche I examined
the Commissary, Buck, Silver Star, Orphan
JJoy, Buckskin, and Often Veins, and found
them all looking well for the developcments
made and evidently only needing more ex
penditure to put them in paying condition.
Some ore we got on the dump of the
Chance,-which -has not been worked for
nearly ten years, gave an assay of $490.00
per ton in silver, but as the shaft is filled
with water up to within thirty feet of the
tp, we could not examine the vein. On
the Often mine we worked two weeks at
the old shaft, getting' some good quartz, but
left the job Xve undertook of cleaning out
the old 90 foot shaft because we got a bet
ter lay out to realize more immediately,
concerning which another letter will explain.
Consequently, we made a trip to the Peck
district on the 23rd inst. returning on the
27th, having visited the Evening Star,
Black Warrior, Silver Chief, Silver Prince,
Peek, Occident and Morning Glory mines.
Nothing has been done on'the S,tar since
the lessees Bigelow, Thompson and Monk
quit-work last summer. They had ore
worked at the Agua Fria turnace that
yielded .$230,00 per ton, and there seems to
be a great streak left of the same quality.
Meyers and Laird are down some 20 feet
with a shaft on the Black Warrior and have
a pile of fine looking ore on the dump
which will soon be sent; to the reduction
works and we learned that Doo. Smiih
(onc'of the owners) and Geo. S. Thompson
have leased the mine for three , years and
arc about to start in 'on' systematic work
about November 1st.
Houghtelin aud Curtain arc sinking a
shaft on the Silver Prince on the main vein
nearly opposite the 100 foot shaft on the
little vein and are down about 70 feet, in
tending to go 30 feet deeper. They are
rcttinjr some verv ijood ore in a small scam
which shows every indication of near ap
proach to a good body of rich ore. On the
dump below the shaft they run in on the
vein a prospecting cut aud took out several
tons of high grade ore, which they have
packed ready for shipment, and the mine
generally is looking first rate.
At the Peck, business ,is lively. After
making a contract with the Aztlan mill to
crush 200 ton of ore the Peck Co. put Geo.
Opdykc in charge, of the mine and he has
been opening it in good shape, loO tons
have been sent to the mill by pack- trains
and the rest will be delivered iu a few more
days. Some croakers said when. the bar
gain was made that the ore could not be
taken out fast enough to keep the mill run
ning, but as those who knew best stated at
the time the getting out of 200 tons has
only begun to show where the ore is.
Messrs., Opdyke and Hubbard took us
through the mine at our leisuse showing us
where the ore had been taken out, the bod
ies of ore in sight and the proposed plans of
The work performed on the mine up to
this time amounts to this; one shaft which
has reached a depth of 210 feet from the
surface, and one of 50 feet, one tunnel run
in on the vein from, the south side of the
hill 240 feet long which t3ps the main
shaft 43 feet above the bottom, and 90 feet
of tuunql on the north side of the hill, and
five levels ruu from the shaft, three on the
north side of the..shaft? respectively 50, 80,
and 120 feet in length, and two just started
from the south side not oyer twenty feet in,
and in all of them high grade ore is found,
varying in assay value, from COO to $2000
per ton. It was the intention of the Com
pany to sink deeper in the main shaft but
the water came in too rapidly and work, was
stopped for the present. The water rose at
once ten feet in the shaft and continues to
stand at that point, and the 80 foot drift
mentioned, is, run just above the water
The Company propose running in a tun
nel from the north side of the hill on the
vein starting' as low as possible and give
dump, room, which wil give better facili
ties for working the mine. Such a tunnel
will probably pay well while in course, of
construction, drain the mine about 80 feet
below the bottom of the shaft and giyc-a
ventilation through the whole hill for all
time, to come. r
The average assay value of the ore sent fo
mill for the days previous to the 24th' inst.
was 1428.00 per ton.
Mr. Opdyke will leave the mine Oct 31st
and go east for a short visit, and 3Ir. Hub
bard will take his place as Superintendent
of the mine. '
On Turkev creek a mile west of the
station Messrs. Wells and Randall are sink ;
ing a shaft on a mine called the MorniBtr
Glory, better .knownuis the Cross,to the. old
settlers. The mine was located tea veara
ago, and but little work done on a pocket J
wliich afforded some very rich specimens
and gave out. Two Tears ago some of the
ore was worked in rastras and then did not
pay well enough to be satisfactory and it
again laid idle till two months ago.
Messrs. W. & R. have sunk twenty-six.
feet and have a large vein of quartz and fine
specimens as good at the bottom of their
ihaft as ever were taken from the surface
and hope to, develop a paying mine. .
' The Crook mill was no. runing as "we
passed,, but.was to start-up.next day. jovl .ore.
from McCloud's mine in Pine Flat.
Barry'tfc Co., are sinking on their CentchF
nial,.are',down.45 feefcjtfith.pay streaki of
silver ore six to eight inches wide. Their
mine is on the west fork of Turkey Creek
andin a fine location for working,
ifcthVXzti5nThniH rSupcrinfcSuent Pletz
showed us two bars of silver of 1,500
ounces each and said he would have four
more- next day,' and we left off at a good
lace as I do now. H. A. B.
Territorial and National.
San Francisco, Nov. 8. The Choroniclc
bulletin board says ' Senator Morton of In
diana, now in Sah Francisco, has a telegram
from Indiana saying the State has wheeled
into line- for Hayes and Wheeler.
San Francisco, Nov. 8. Gorham has a
dispatch from the State Central Committee
of. New York stating that Louisiana and
Florida are sure for Hayes, and if Oregon is
Republican Hayes is elected.
Zack Chandler telegraphs the same thing
from Washington. Republicans are jubi
lant, Democrats arc anxious.
New York,- Nov. 8. Latest dispatches
from Florida seem to indicate that the Dem
ocrats have carried the State by 20,000.
Republicans claim it by from 500 to 1,000.
The Democratic Central Committee of
New Orleans, to-night, claim Louisiana bv
Washington, Nov. 8. The latest advices
from Nortli Carolina represent that the dis
tricts yet to hear from may possibly over
come the Democratic majority.
San Francisco, Nov. 8. Sargent has re
ceived a telegram from the National Repub
lican Committee, stating that Hayes has a
185 votes sure.
Columbus Nov. 8. R. C. McCormick of
the .National Committee has just telegraph
ed Wickoff, Chairman of State Central Com
mittee of Ohi'), that Louisiana, South Caroli
na, Wisconsin, Oregon, California and Flor
ida have gone for Hayes, and that North
New York. Nov. 8, Feeling growing
stronger that Hayes is elected. Times, Her
ald and Tribune all claim Haves' election.
New York. Nov. 9. Congressman Parr,
of Florida telegraphs to-day that the State
has gone sure for Hayes. Democrats dis
heartened. Gbvorner Stcavens, of Florida,
telegraphs, "The State has gone for Hayes."
Montana, Magiunis, Democratic, elected
Chicago, So far Republicans gain three
New York, There is confidence in Hayes'
election, crowds are already cheering for
President Hayes. Republican Committee
now claim Connecticut by 000 majority.
New York, Nov. 9. The Tribune says!
"we feel warranted in saying that Tilden is
not sure of more than 184 votes, is in fact
in a little doubt about ten of these from
North Carolina. That Hayes is sure of 181
without Florida, and in spite of telegraphic
denials probabilities hint to Hayes having
carried this State.
New York, Nov. 9. MorrUsev's claim
of 188 for Tilden includes botli North Car
olina and Florida. There is more reason
at this hour to expect that Republicans have
carried North Carolina than to doubt that
they carried Florida. In 1872 it took 5
days to count North Carolina.
Tucson, Nov. 9. Stevens has 378, Oury
175, Hardy 22. So far as heard from in this
County. Puobla Viejo and some other
small precincts to hear from.
J. S. Mansfeld.
Florence, Nov. 9. Returns, as far as
heard from in Pinal give Hardy 8, Stevens
51, Oury 119. 3 precincts to hear from.
Phoenix, Nov. 8. In Maricopa as heard
from, Hardy 5, Stevens 27, Oury 245. Mc
Dowell and Sunflower to hear from.
Charleston, S. C. Nov. 92 r. m. Re
turns indicate that Democrats have carried
the State by 2,000.
N. Y. 3 p. 5f. Herald's report says Dem
ocrats lose N. Carolina.
Tribune accepts Gov. Srcaven's dispatch as
Charleston dispatch comes from Editor
of Charleston News.
Raleigh, N. C, Nov. 9. State gone Dem
ocratic from 5 to 1,500 majority.
New York, Nov. 9 Commercial says
"Senator Frelinghuysen has received a dis
patch that the Republicans have carried
North Carolina." The excitement here
grows hotter, crowds of excited men till the
streets shouting and cheering.
Washington, Nov. 9. Republicans are
still sending telegrams that Haves' election
San Francisco Nov. 9. These club re
ports are a synopsis of all the reports re
ceived here and are sdnt without comment
each subscriber can draw his own conclu.
New York, Nov. 9. -Democratic Man
hattan Club posts a bulletin, conceding 1,800
majority in Florida. Official advices arcTc
received that Democrats are kukluxing
trains in Florida, to destroy returns from
certain districts. It is feared that serious
fighting has already commenced.
San Francisco, Simonton, manager of
the New York Associated Press just tele
graphs from New York as follows: Kellogg
telegraphs from New Orleans to the Na
tional Committee to-night and declares that
the .Republican gains are greater than was
expected, and Lousiana is sure for Hayes.
Governor Stearns of Florida telegraphs that
he win need assistance to protect and guard
the returns which establish Styes' success
in that State. Morrisseyfs pqojs" are selling
Hayest 100; Tilden, 50. I heaift jfack Rog
ers, a noted New Jersey Democrat audgam
bler in Concrfess sav late this' P. M that
Florida was lost, and Haves' elected thnnwh
he claimed Tilden had the popular majority.
viaenccs accumulate mat Kra wing .Dem
ocrats give up the. fight. ,
,Charlston,Nov. 9.-4Latest returns indicate
that the Democrats have carried the1 Statu
bv two thousand. ' s '
! XewYork Nov. 9. Herald' bulletins the
report that Democrats lose' .North Carolina,
Tribune accepts Gov. Stearns dispatch as
conclusive. Charleston dispatch comes
the editor Charleston News.
Chicago NToV. lO.An Inter )cean. spe
v.v. Tn; Porlrins. their New York cor-
lA4l 1IUUI 1
.respondent, says "he. saw Tilden yesterday
" 1 V. :k.i11v rnrinnr1pil flftp:it.
but charges fraud in Florida and Lousiana
TTnu-itt and Schcll admit, defeat
V t VXJ Ml.- w - -
-and 'Al'teraom- Sullivan says iisatches
trom rebel operaiora m wi iua m
Carolina lead Northern Democrats astray.
Hayes pools way up, Tilden way down
Tim fimirps received from all sources up
to 4 P- M. to-day, from the Territory give
Hardy, 864; Stevens, 78': uury, ou.
Bowers ahead of Behan for Sheriff 105,
with tiie Little Colorado country, Upper
Verde, Clifton, Lynx Creek aud Mount Hope
to hear from. Another count gives Bowers
.Tlic Delegate 'Election.
The Election for Delegate, so far as heard
from, stands as follows:
Yavapai Hard v, 811; Stevens, 133;
rlma-Hardv, 33; Stevens, 423; Oury,
199. " '
Yuma Hardy, 7: Stevens, 164; Oury, 31.
Pinal Hardy", 8; Stevens, 51;. Oury, 119.
Maricopa Hardy, 5; Stevens,' 27; Oury,
The following precincts are to hear from
in this County, all of Mohave, and several
precincts in each of the others:
Sunset. Springerville, Obed, Beaver Creek,
Apache, ' Clifton, Little Colorado, Mount
Hope, and Lynx Creek.
Tho lodging-house of Mrs. Clarissa drccn,
just South of Howey's jiow brick building
on Cortez street, is a tidy, quiet retreat, kept
in strictly first-class style. Thoso in search
of lodgings whore they can be entirely to
themselves, carry their own key, come and
go at will, are recommended to call upon
Bullion Siiipmknt. Sinco our last re
port, Anders & Rowo have received 7,2b'0
ounces of Peck bullion from the Aztlan mill,
as5av value 9,275 and shipped to Lovi
Strauss it Co., San Francisco, for account of
Anders ifc Kowo, Preseott.
W. J. Howard, the Jeweler, has in his
show window a lump of gray ore, which is
very rare and valuable. This specimen we
are assured U worth at the rate of ?100,000
per ton and is known as Tclluride of Gold,
(sylvanite) from the John Jay Mine, Colo
rado. At -Williamson Vallrr, Sun-lav. November' 5th. by
Itev. D. 1!. Wright, Mr. j.N. Marluw. to Miss KrauVie
Jn l'teicott. Nor. 5th, 187G, tu the wife of M. A. LijJ
fay. a ilmiirhttr.
Stolen or Strayed.
Tim TVhitp bone, oue a whito tlca-bittrn jiony with
li:ll on whru hut M-en. The otli-r n w hite bona thin in
ortlcr. Any oron pi vine intiirmatioii to C. 1. IIatl t
Co . of tlio above described animals will be made Kitis
fiVd. I). C. MOItKl XD-
Cam- tk my ranch about October 29th, leTfi two tvhit
lifilrr two yi-iirmil.l; no ear marks, on bramUit with
an imvrtPii (.) un the le!t hip, no liramM on tho othrr.
The hnitxlnl one has yellow linge alun' the side. Thf
oxvihtN reipiiMed to prnvp proptrtv. my rhrrc' ami
tike them mw. C I.. FKKUUSuX, Willow Creek.
Houses for Sale or Rent.
Fur particulars ft ply to
; li FISHKK,
(leal Kotnte Apent.
TV'ill 1; soH on the prcmiset to the hiheit bidder for
Saturday, Nov. ISth, 1S7G.
At 11 a. it', tin woo.len school building-, vitunted mar
the new br.rk choul lioute and being the prup-rty ui
ScIki.iI District No. 1.
By order ot the Trutce of School DUtriot Xu. 1
J. 1.. FLSUKIt, Auctioneer.
DR. O. LINCOLN.
Office No., Office Row, Cortez
JAY li. KELLEY,
Assayer & .Metallurgical Chemists
Preseott, Arizona Territory.
I baTe opened n Sint-clais Lodging Home on Cortez
Street opposite Office Row.
OOTLIEB UKFKR, Proprietor.
ANDERS & ROWE,
Jobbers and Dealer in
Black and Giant Powder,
LIQUORS, TOBACCO fc CIGARS.
Drawn on San Francisco in ex
change for Currency, without
Soutk Side Plaza, Proscott, Arizona.
PLAZA FEED AND SALE STABLE.
PRESCOTT, ... - ARIZONA
GIDEON BROOKE, Proprietor.
Of .Every Class . and Kind,
. , -----v. ro, i are ADES oaw, at
pnee uch u no Jaryery Joitice af tk peace or other
otBctr can rrawwably find Jaalt with. '
JJJ PIONEER STORE,
BEDROCK PRICES! BEDROCK PRICES!
v JOHN G. CAMPBELL
Has now received the Largest and most Complete Stock of
Ever Brought to this Market, comprising
Men's, Youth's and Boys' Clothing-,
Boots, Shoes 'ind Slippers.
Shirts, .Neckties, and Gloves,
Cutis, Collars, Crochet,
. Vallenciennes Lace,
Black Silk Fringes,
Bar, Damask, Russia Sc Crash Toweling, Lalicoes, ginghams, Alpacas,
Poplins, "Wool Plaids, Tweeds, Cassimers and Denims,
White, Colored & Opera Flannels, Ladies' and Misses' Shawls,
BliANKETS and MATTRESSES,
Cotton and Rustic Blinds, Tapestry and Velvet Mats,
Tapestry, Ingrain and 3-ply Carpets, Oil Cloths, Wall Paper and Border,
Box, Cvlinder and Thermometer Churns, Rocking, Dining and Office Chairs,.
Children's Chairs, Bedroom Sets, Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Fish Hooks and Liues. Picks, Shovels, Sledges,
Hoes, Rakes, Wheelbarrows, Planes, Chisels, Axes,
Iron and Lead Pipe, Couplings, Elbows, Chains,
Suction, Force and Lifting Pumps, Cookhigand Parlor Stoves
Fenders, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc
Spotting-, Giant and. 3Bln.stni- Powder,
Fuse, Caps, Drill Steel,
Paint .Brushes, Paints, Oils,
Glass, Smalts, Bronze,
Ciocleiy9 GlassAvare and. Lamps,
Chandeliers, Bar Glasses, Bottles, Mirrors, Etc
Traveling Bags, Satchels. Trunks, Valises, Etc., Etc.
A. Full Line of Tin, Copper fc Sheet Ironware,
Constantly on Hand and Made to Order.
STAPLE iViVD FANCY GROCERIES,
r" . "'. Ot" the Nctveit and Choicest Descriptions, Comprising
Greenj Black and English Breakfast Teas,
Dried Beef, Buckwheat Flour,
Canned Fruit, Miihhroons, Cheese,
Uums and Bacon,
TOBACCO AND CBCARS,
"VVines, Liquors- A.le, Porter and Cider,
Saddles, Ox Whips, Blacksnakcs,
Hobbles, Saddle Mats and Cloths,
Harness Soap and Eureka Dressing,
Bows, Poles, Buggy Shafts,
All of wUich will be sold at Hedrock Pries, or exchanged for tho
Products of the Country.
.GOODWIN STKKKT, - - lVUESCOTT, A.T
j DEALER IX
! Dry Goods and Clothing:,
WINES, TIQUOKS and CIGARS,
Cheap for Cash.
Produce of the country bought at bast
DAWES & GOLDMAN,
WILLIAMSON VALLEY, A. T.
Highest Price paitl for the Pro
duce of the Country.
The undersigned has opened a
STABLE, CORRAL AND
' ' ' H ay-Y a i l 9
On South Montezuma Street, Preseott.
Next to Jitdjrp IIoirnrci'H,
With evejy ennyenience for teamsteri. pack train.v etc tn
either camp with their wn ieed or hare their aaitnaU
Harness and Saddles Repaired and Made
JyAuetion Sale every Saturday, at 11 o'clock A. If.
mm OWNERS & MINERS.
The Pinal Gold and Silver Mining Co-
Will be ready to purchase and receive OoW, Silver, and
Lead orea on and aTUr October 25th, 1876. at their worki
at Walnut Grove, on the fdllowitipdniliii .in :
Ore to be rampletl and nsayed at th Company'
office, which will be done tree of oat (a-mer of ore
may have the pulp to assay if detired.). Certilcatei for
its vnlne tothe Company will be issued. upn completion
of the assay. Payments will be made after it is made
We have on hand svsd thousand sacks, which will
be furnished, to partrei fSWlnjr to snpply us wih ores,
at cost in San Francisco and freight. Particulars as to
mtes at the office at Walnut Grove.
C. D. MORRISON.
o13 Supt. final G &8.M.C.
WLz iA&XLQr&(AM Depot.
Sold by Bottle, Quart or Gallon.
Granite St, corner of Goodwin. ..
T J, -. ' . C. GERARD, PrexHctor.
Ladies' and Gents' Underwear,
Men's Hats and Boys' Hats,
Hosiery and Ilaud kerchiefs,
Ets Etc., Etc
Wool Sacks and Twine,.
Turpentine White Lead,
Gold Leaf, Etc., Etc.,. Ere.
Mocha, Java and Rio Coffees,
Smoked Salmon,. Boneless Codfish,
Cracked Wheat; Hominy, Oatmeal,
Alden Dried Fruits and Vegetables.
Etc, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Whip Lashes, Collars, Halters,
Buckles, Snaps, Rings, &c.
Wagon Spokes, Hubs, Felloes,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc
N MONTCZUMA ST., two d.ors wmtU .f Omley.
fior. at bcd-rick price, tlifir Ontennin' election ol
New l.rand..f CM AIM. Specialty WlioJeiale & IlrUil.
olby pipes meenchaum ami wok1. tobacco poucliet,.
xquUitely flavored Sun-cut tobacco, in bulk, twit.
xtra fine brands of pine, ami bent lonp-cut tobacco,
StmVintr tobacco, of all kind, finut in the maikt.
upriorcigarrittas, mde uf the Burst UaTnnn tobacco,
8L larjre 5t,ck of CAKDIKS AND FRUITS, of which
Frequent ontigntnent nrc receired by fiut caaclt :
ruit frh fioin Southern California orchards enmprinlitf
ranges, lemnt. lime;. app!e, pears, grapes, etc., aIo-
j Wlives, sardine, anchorics, Holland hcrrinjr, chile, etc
plendld clear liony, fln- nu's. Bgt. raisins, citron to,
wi-nnd Limbnrjrprcheese, dried currants and prunes.,
o those desiring to raaVo a comfortable trip inniite,
he 4-I!oro Pnacenjrer Conches of Hones Si KosMro
xtra inducements. They make regular tripi, stoppini
very richt at px4 atatlon. jrmnfr opportunitie
rfrfbiiif!ccp, and ample time for menls. Orders w
cc-ive prompt-attention. It leftattbe above addrr.
M.M.COI r. CAlrT.KLU FKANK O. rARKKB
CAMPBELL & PARKER,
CARPENTERS & JOINERS-
GSASH. ODORS AND BLINDS SU
INIafle to Order on. Shortest Notice-
CARRIAGE AND WAGON WORK.
Architectural Drawings, Work
ing- Plans & Specifications.
Scntheaat Conisr of the Plaia Kortheait Ccrser of
Cortez and Goodwin strtna.
VALENTINE & WINDER,
HOUSE, SIGN & CARRIAGE
Harinp recurved a fine lot of Carriage Colors and Tar
nishes, we are now prepared to
IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE.
Prices to Suit the Times.
Shop Opposite the Miner Office.
BUY YOU R
FRESH MEAT AND VEGETABLES
PIONEER MEAT MARKET,
Montezuma Street, Fresco tt-
Eit plenty of both, and yru will sn be as strons; a
an ox, as fat as butter, and as stent, around tho waist, as
Presidential Qtuker. G. II ATII A WAT,
11 CABINET, "
Montezuma St.. - - Preseott.
D. C. THORNE.
CaaJi- 3?ail for Valuable' Specimens.