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i- TTI 1 ! T PllESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, APRIL G, 18G7. I j I I .kl 1 J AT. NUMBER 7. -iv. . . a I.' II II k I t. I C I . U:ri 1 1 r I III1. lire " . i lfl. ,.,1 anfpnl nirntinfa - lillti .rn mmii.iiii-va ..is t!finnit titiintf fitwl tnntt IL-Ilt f.irts mid Incidents in the r I'l.rnnlii.ri' rliirli wo have not lie noticed, and from winch we nrc informed at the age of sixteen lie lolt his HOILEIt 'ITIIES. COLD MIXING IX NEW MEXICO. It would scum there is no limit to the vast An improved method of fixingand unfixing mining territory uoti thin coast. In n lute I the tubes, of steam boilers lins been provislon St. L-uis paper wc find the followinir nccount ' nllv specified bv Mr. I). McDowell, of Kines- o , ....... , . n toll, Jamaica. It is a well known fart thnt many accidents occur to boiler in conse quence of the tubes being allowed to re main too Jong without being taken out and cleaned, and the interior of the boiler proper- EXCHANGE MAKING COPPKJt DIRECT FHOM THE. SAN FUANCISCO ADVEUTISEMENTS OHE. ....... . Dr. F. Lc Clcro of Paris, has recently pat ented a process by which copper oies arc bra ken into piece.", anil roasted in a revcrbcra tory furnace, nnd when they nttain a red heat, water is made to fall upon It like rain. When the white vapours disengage, the heat is Increased so as to effect the fusion of the nun, after which it is run ofH. a matt of a LA PAZ ADVERTISEMENTS. ! to the letter, except in the fact of his orthc to-opening and Miccessful working of mines in New Mexiro: "A 'gentleman con nected with the Piarer Mining Comtmuy of New Mexica Dr. M. Stock, formerly Indian Superintendent of that Territory, arrived in St. louis on Indny last, with a considerable iy examined, nnd it need be, rciinircd. it is amount of the precious dust. His object for ! generally admitted that the (treat reason they j very white col r being obtained. Secondly, visiting the city, on his way Eastward, was I nrc allowed to remain mi long is owing to the , the white matt is broken in pieces, and roast ed in a reverberatory furnace, in presence of a large amount of air. The heat is flrstslow ly applied in order to prevent the fusion of the mass, nnd immediately a red hea' is ob tained he projeefs water in the form of a fine m Germany for the purpoooi aiding in : .,rjej,mv to engage the skill of our nrtisans I oxjiensc incurred by their removal and rcpla .1 i.. .H.l.mnii fil 'liivnu nm llm I . . ... . , . .. . . ... rill. wv . . in mi iiiMiiiii.r inn nuiinisjirr in!!P!imiirv i.t viii.. I b II un uuiiii lii luil iimt luifun I'l ItlS SlOry Ol III! valijF"- liuiii vuu mill- rs of Colonel Fannin and his companions nnd would have lasted several years longer have been entirely or almost destroyed, by taking thorn out, and In nmhy instances' the tnbos are al- rain on the mineral mass, care being taken to lowed to remain until the steaming qualities well Mir and subdivide it with a Mirror, in of the boiler are entirely destroyed, rattier order that the water shall act on the greatest! With a small five stninn Instrument Dr. RuhAs than Incur the expense of ronlacinz them. Ilv number of whits. Immediately cornier an-1 t i extracted two hundred ounces in the short 1 1 lie proposed nrrangement these evils will be pears In a metallic state the above roasting Comer Montgomery 'space of a couple of month. The PI.ver ! removed. In the first place, the tubes can ; process is repeated, until the larger pieces of gjj FRANCISCO, Mountain is within thirty or thirty-five miles hc fitted in their places in les than one quar- matts have become transformed into metallic j of Santa I;o: but through tho medium of the , ,ur of the time generally taken for such pur-1 copper which is rapidly effected. The add!- Thlsbonse possesses nil the requirement of a clear and pure atmosphere of that rejri.m it l- " the next place, they can be made . tion of from only two per cent, of coal in pm. ; "J" Ixttirt eollMtloiu of seems almost tn overhang the western suburb to fit both tube plates perflVtlr tight, so that i Jur to the ma, while at a red heat, fatilit- J Bpi-eimens from the different mhilntr retrlons ot of the quaint oldSpanisl, town. Indeed, with j tlmre will bo no danger of cracking or burst-1 ntes the roasting, although it is not absolute-; a lirilliant sunet and the weather thorc ii'"S icu hi unuing mem, w men is Tery iincloudcHl for months together one can hard ly believo that a spare exceeding a league at farthest intervenes between the city nnd the iroMen Sierra. Thc mines of this mountain have heen worked forever a hundred nnd fif ty years. Us wealth was knwn to the ear- often the case when tubes do not fit tightly in the tube plate. The greatest benefit ofnll will be tie facility with which the tubes ran be taken out when required, cloand, and put mining, nnd he accordingly lea an order for a I which nrc very little the vwc1 ten utniep mill, with the requisite accompa niments. The mm ft 7 nf tint Ptnror Mfiiintnin the only survivor of tho party, over ( tlirn,oll, w ,.... ,,, th bund.-..,! ,li. who had surrendered, and in violation of! ,ars cord-aii amount above the average onns. of surrender, were tnkon out m ..r ,..iln, n.v iu, rnlf.,i M ..,, ii, t.i r . . 1 1 1 . 1 ' -v divisions and snot down in com oiooo. j order was given and carried out by Gon. j m 1H3C. Rut Yoakum's history of i i - savs tlierc were some iwciuj -mmuii csraied, and Mr. Elirenberg's name ap aniong the number. There is a gentlc- m Mil Francisco, a very promintnt iron 1 fcemH n, hr. tlun a boy like hhrenberg, who was a member of that ill-fated company, and made his escape tho night before the rre. They llrst met afterwards in San mi i. and tne inten-ity of feeling mani- t .. ...,JI r.iti(.rtitmrol lit- fifirtlitft liriMitlll. i i-. ..v.. - tf i was in thirteen yeara sub.cquent e tcrnlle nffair before mentioned. Their in? was like two brother who had sup- . L ...I. I LU 11 I'LIIVI ... t l I ler huh eveni in .wi. r.iiuninji ic I to Germany and completed his cdu- . f.1- ..I... ....1 u C.t. u...imI ..nf .. in tin' (.i-niu'iii minus. I lien lie enn- t .1... II.. .11 ....at l1i.... tfhf.!t liifi.. i jipent probably nut more than two in whnt " a) Ihj 'tilled civilized life. He in tut- fttri U-t M'fie, Iktii an expl rer tioneir iiiuu-r in ilie wihlem?, for the 1'.. ..r ... ...... tu.. turtle T III. tllfll ili til 4II MlinunH II ,v-...l oils wcat.ier of life ended in . old air. s.vl pKture to the living, and weiiw henny ujion his itiin nions utill mi , irnnij- strinli-. wliii tl contiltUtiB flYitll tue Itami-s to send out the hour. L .mibergV death adds another to the . i f 1 .jmi ffltif !) luuitl It1tttt fit! ftli CM' fill V-a IIUI V V Miav " and containn the names of mauj- valuable ntcqn8ing pjiritt who liavc pasacil the gulf bctwrccn earth life antl the glorious n w ... 9 m.es.ng our isuffuriii and trial in? tn u'rlfimtf the wnarr to the Aririna . . i t.i in in ii.i' MC'diiiii nuriii. SANSOME STREET, Corner of I1AM,KC1C, HAX riCA.CIHCO. "TJIE EXCHANGE" Is s r,01) FAMILY HOTEUconUinlnif two uo tirrrn riiri.v rrtKisiiKii koohs. exU-n1lnir from llMck tnHariinfntottr-U snd Is FIItE I'KOOF. boir.s KvTS"irr CornrrBanomr nd llslteck Street. Prices low tn ait ilir times 21ml T. SAItfJENT, Proprietor, GRAY k CO., LA PAZ and PIUWCOTT, AIUZON Merchants. July 1. 16C4. ' rlnP, OCCliM HOTEL. anil Ilnali StrtrH, ly necessary. The condition of the Ingredi enU may w ascertained by withdrawing some of the large pieces from the furnace nnd break ing them. The roasting should be continued until these pieces indicate the presence of liest pioneers the San Fran-isco Monks smoke io.) 5s to bo enlarged 1-isthof an inch nnd even boforo their advent, the natives of i diameter more than the rest of the tube, the country supplied themelve with orm- monts from it nch resourre. Slnro the ae- bnck again. In CAirymg n it tiiis invention ;&qper In a metallic state, at which time the one end of the tube (the end next to the ; heat is increased, mi as to effect the fusion of the mass, and a mixture is added of the jw dered chsreoal, or cork, lime or other caler- the enler5meiit to extend about 1 1-2 inch tons matter, after which the whole is agitated from the end, which will bo enough to alkiw ' and mixeil as completely as possible. Thlrd- fesion nf the Territorr, nlnt twenty yenns mandril to Ihi apjilie! to diift it tip iu the . Iy, a rtmklerable chemical action will now Ic produced in the metallic bath. The sujierna tant scoria is renwed by tie aid of a suita- . . a . i l i ... : i a . l. .a. l aert, tHiHtmr ifcr1ion Itsvr iimi vmlllK"I t n " sni mat uht vcrv Itmiitl limennhm : the old fuft have htai in the tulw lat at the smoke box end sinxdy In-en vi-in-d . slid with t'' exemption J will be 1 8 inch larger than at the fire Ikix now and then, .if wi cntcrpri5n cerkfr wl. Thai the moo enteonj ftwn the smoko nnmmr the mVli, when a rain omir, for a uugiret, or the jmlveriMtHm of a cart Im'l of news stand all eon'trtliutln'' to make It the head quarters nnd home for the CallfornUn business man nnd tourist. The Tstde of this Houe slisll not be ciccllfd bv any.' board, three dollars tcr day. LEWIS LELAMJ & CO., Ctf I'rrrlctor. V. CUSHING, Agent for ths parrluw and shipping of MwcurccKrtY oir ai,l jci?cx)s. IIorsl sttmllon triven to QusrU Vitl Macbln- ery and Flodlcgs, and JIIihts JUtwtel of cterl dewcriiittOD. Mine a 1'rcettcal JIat lilnUI, and jrlvlnt; my rton aiu-ntlon lo tint trTiliun of , OrUerf. I xnanintee tlx ietl osss or work at LA PAZ, MOIIAVI'I, PRESCOTT CANII NTOItE. The andfrsfirDMl wlnbes to Inform thi public thf In a few dsys lie will receive by the schooner Tut lunilo. a large stock ot goods, comprising a Utjt stock of (iroecries, Clothing, Boott and Shoe A One assortment of Wines and Liquors, Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, Havana Cigars, Hata, 1 .000 sacks of Floor, Uigarito Papr Dried Fraiti, 120)00 lbs. Brl-y 200 SbcVa of .Deaos. A lot of Potatoes and Onioni, 20.000 feet of Assorted Lumber, Windows and Snh Doors. Which be Intends to keep coostantlyon band atLt i'az and Fort Wtbsre, and intends to sell tie sac. at the LOWEST POSSIBLE FIGURES FOB CASH. MANUEL RAVEN A. p. R Soon after January 1 I will also have a complete stock of goods in Prtcott. at the store ormerty occupied by Jacob'ElIaa. 1SU U. R. LOS ANGELES ADVEUTISEMENTS- ' I ....II tl. - I. -I.. I c t WIA W will jmwr. IHIm HVIT A -n laiSII titan ttlf, umil the iast inch nrw; then it MIAFTS GOINfS DOWN. cl tuc " uould & Lurry " Uoninonv. on ... i I .... rn r T ... . f. . . . f arui iar iii!iiiay iier a ce-aiK!is oi Bv a year Three shifts of men six men . '"' ""?. -". toiK by the nwMt pritni'ivp proeoW, to ob tain a fnny worth orttvo, the whole jilare ha until recently shown a total abandonment. Occasiotwl experiment, made from time to time have kept niive the tradition of the sincos lictween Wraith concealed within the motintalti, and i IJe iiiftlrtuMent. and air admitted irithout ic- lay into the Interior of the moUlliebath. Af-1 r tor numeruus experiments, on a coinjrtiTo-1 Klllij- Street, l!oton. ami lioni-s in New York, lv Un -let it has been found that the ac- ,"t'lr, uan.,U!l To?J?i?fwI" . t ry descriitku, Cotton and Woollen 31JII Ma lion oi sieaiiL, a prcwuu-iy cuipiwjcu, in win . ebincry, etc., at tlie lowest manumctnrcrs prices. . n. CASWELL. j. r. EIXI5. wilt enter the two plated tiehtly, ami a blew ,,r two of the hammer will sot it up to its etirrence with a r, Uent re y useless, the1 'V uc owtern States will le rcliabl.v furn , . , ., , ... '. , .. .. , , t . .1 i .i. t f1ied with cwt of Mining iUcblnery of cvery.de- plate. It may bearguwl that thk arrange- inflation or injection of air into the bath, iription on application ment would eonsMlerably weaken the tube which may lc ellected in any stiitaiilc man- eflnrtji were lB-ide flre yea ilnrs plate at th-smoke box end by reducing the 1 ner, will succeed jierfectl- by cmployin; tho tulHS 1-S Ineh Jes than tube of refratorr clar. The nontH.'UScheia- nditbc other, but such will not be tho cslmj, a I ten! action nroduecd by the inicetion of air to ths plats St the Mimkc lnx end is not exiioci i Into the mot Ilie lath generally exceeds tin Itefer ur icrmlwlon to Gorernor V. F. Low. C. T. Mender. Htockton. Jacob Underbill fc Co San Franelsco. J. W. Stowe, Itossell fc Erwiu MssuisctsriSh coJSpsoy- CssJfcy A ilMua, San KranclM-o. tieorre K. Gluyas, Chief Engineer 10 ' 4co. establish a company for the ro-ojninR of the to the direct action of the fire, as is tho plate old works ami leftlfzing the treasures they at the fire box end, therefore there is no nc rontain. Tho present aocIatlon Is the re- J cecsity for its being of the same strength j but suit of tb-o efforts. Gcohtts and praetic-iaahnittiitg that It does weaken It, it will be al cxpertu In gold mining have givon the opln- j oaay to add as much to the thfckne of the mf0as a real tint, and the silky appearance ; ion without adtsscntim; voice, lie Iwlievc, I pW,? woHHtglvcit tn Mme secttonai araftj msJeabHlty dtlrwl, after which the that the Placer is as rieh in golden ores as h thr. Tie iavwitor onwfdr 15 inch Imejtwl m-tal ic ru Into suiuble apparatus, ! any mountain on the Padfie slope or ah nrietrg!mtiit i enough for the largatt tbe, m arnuge not lo Trmii of the action of j tlfe buikbmte ranjtt orthO eonlfal jwrtlbh of and" not tot) much for the smallest, as that j jrm tfc njai a fusion, and havingonly tlie 4ntlHimt. It is a mapiiflcwit inle, oov ; "?J , TV ' tor Imimlnttlmi of the met- j r . . . ..a . . . . I . T99 a suri - a sra ia fri r swi av w I a , . . ( oroif with neavy iirauer w iw very suwrnii, fc .ty.., Vwi-irf. unniieas mWit ai- nuer &pwr may ev proHurro amU f celebmted -Tyler and abounds besides with leatl and iron or llM Khnuhl lie alknvt-1 toa-itBttlate n snt-:at:!y ofsctatr.crdsl valstlratiu of tho purest character, ami with coal that tube before it is takn oot, eapemlly where j uMs 'rt I row the ore. I these ca. It ! nmlAMMttnrM tatny eouatu, tn an toe tt u wnim n wjay ie np- "wni . iwi n wji- j iw im been axsumed that tne ore " ntmt" oi one ermp degree of ox. lation rc-quired, for which rca-1 Office No. 120 Front St., Sa Francisco. Km3 son rccoutc Jiould bo had finally to charcoal ' " " and woxi txs for stirring. The copjr is Jrf"ll A IDHU 11100 U C tented from ttmc to time, until the metal as- tL I KH lilUll 11UlllW fi. E. cor. Fremont and Tehama SAN FRANCISCO, s&tarc QUARTZ MILL, SAW MILL, ur mill, (i nit iiit(;nmtlnjf inaclitn- erj or mii uiiiil. Caswell & Ellis, -tyitOIXSALC ASD IXCTAIIj dealers is STAPLE & PANCY DRY GOODS GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, .VKD GENERAL MESCHANDIZE. 4CESTS roa CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS CO. So. 1, Arcadia Block, Ijm AngtUt Strttt, Lot Angdtt. 3ra0 TOMLENSON &C0., ; rOKH ARDI.YG AXD COM5IINSIOX MJi:itciivrx8. LOS ANGELES AND SAN PEDRO, plied, tho W anthradf e, l , ytgmnm rers f , etcr .un filKrltl the aUeiilion ana capital of New lttm 0r tny,-j resents, 1 two to ten jx.r ewt, of pie metal ; but when ; u. Agrotifiirtheraeiflr.Ccsatfsr Mexicu, and to this cae is t l attributed , , - - --- tttn, gr,y rrr f grater F-ntJ the ; Aor SoonVcaalarnl.bed the indlfpirence which hip; hwa rx'kibifeil i 1 c v'ul 1 bU Sl,r' lntotl 4 obtained in a sIiirJc operation; for for this farktng from pailie olaj? the same la this rn. i.. ! nniiwini. i ....... i. .t citv ana bacratneuto. iin5i- .iwfcpuri.o-u.mc r - wre i Jin. mnim, , - llitninini'i I'milirr. shift jre iwshiiiir forward, or rather cd route of the Atlantic ami ramie JUiirvaa trant tln ti-.rLr witli turw mill tain, lo reaeii iu funnnius on tue mo; t iev irum mi voisuimvu hui-i. mu-. , r&nimC-ni?c- Jftij Imias. ' cifncry wm ne fsrnuncu wim a act w orawings oi ramie it mint inks alnn the verv base 'f which Ua11 ucvn sulptMtiz ore to mi ctty lor tue tame trre or exiwr.w ramie, V 1 . D . . 5 , . . 'sinne time it. It U dUubt by mm to Iw ' i By UktatfmUon to bnnes we hope to merit the III not be lonjr before pfeet deep. tho The hoistin; shaft will liO and pumpini; ! this purtioe,tbe raw ore i first tneltetl, and This mine is located on Williams' Fork, 0 the sla removed immediately, on which the The best oow Jn oe in this Fute. . . . T lrflfnlr r.(t.ntlrA will lu. nr I'artlcolar attention will l Rivrn to drawn?a of .....t.i.. i..i r ii r...... ! . . .i . r i i u; i i . . . .. ..... .t ..i: i .1. t arwcoiar atteDiio lies wiunn ine huiiuw is me riacvr jioiui-) jjinos irom tHe vnMorauo uiior, anu auuuv ; injection OI Oir into inc metallic iraiu "uvuiu J VUJ of raacbintrr Parties purtbattnc BIS' (1 liinery is ofsufliHent capacity to allow of tin- very rich premunfory, which stands mm- ;on t,C yjilJ wUh ,1m vuet ; ,,Ht thci l-ijj to the depth of 1,;;00 feet, wr more, i way between banta J-c and Alt) quern,uc. :Fni,jKition hns nnt yet been dcmomlrated Mllth level of the tmnc is now lieintr W ithout doubt the mountnui will uecoiue a The mine J5 owncl caieny ly h.nt rrnctu t.. l'ui.iv., Th G1t IV-o ' patronage of the pcblic. and shall alwaya rndearnr Tiik 1 AiiRAaoAT .Mrnb -The fcalt Lake , aiusz to car caitnwers Vt.hU o Jan. 10th has the annexed in rela- , fe T- v l, . . . . w II 4AM - " " nwtw-n t turn to these mines: " .ncwrs. wrH'pen ano hl. ami the future tinMcctJi of the Com- .n.l ,l.,..t f.,r l ,t Knuiuiml lii..li-!if m. camtalists. ami is under the Minerintciidenre , Itavmond arriveil on Tliuntdar from the Pah- S are very Uatterinsr. The inna in tsjint i .,.':. t, . ,i..t.. i ! of Mr. WilHam Thompson. Work wa com- taimuat mines, where the former has been for t 7. . - . . - ikiisii; kw ik is aiJi ru in ink wii. s.. iia i . .. a " . . .. . t li'tli Ij the new jthaft of the linn rial ami i 1 . . . . ' ... ... hnneel uimxi it about three year auro, but Mime time cniraccil in Macntilic explorations ire l-Jiiiiwnie.-. which has now attained r'"-4"" v -"i ( nntll nuite recently has undressed nut slowly lul the twtinc of ores. The lattery tuc fepth of 740 feet, and is beinj; rapidly ' the mad, and instead of a single ton stairip , ;R asiwjneinv of the unsettled state of the , representative of ea.tcrn capitalists, h have orders lor a tiiouKaua; , country, anil the (iniiciiities oi transportation uetel lareely. Mr. hly accotnjanieti SAN FltACISCO STEAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEN &tn Francitco, San DUgo and San Pedro, The California Steam Navigation CoBpaoy's Etcamiblp CUAELE3 TtlOHKE, CcssBaader, Will niake riKtular ulpa, leaviugaa folio wa: San FrincWco, September 13 and 25, an f October 0, 18 and SO. Saa Diego, October 0 and November 3. San Pedro September 10 aud 25, October 11 an-i 21, and November i. tfl i.r I IIU Fl V7GMI iimc-hiiiery wiii j miii WC shall as in the in. i iiu tiiirceiii iimviiinvi i iiiiiTiuiil man It to tho dentil of m-nr-iv ir unite I.UuU ' ...t.ti.. i l.....un.,.t .... l.l...r I. Iictwci'ii this cltv nnd the Lolontuo. I tiese ' tin iartv. iu having mill out hts interest lor The Curtis shaft or the Savage Com- takc thc 'htQ ntihe mm now. n,0Ilti()nQ(1. ! dlflirultles, however, having now been inoas. j 55, and will at once proceed East. Th ,oii h street, is now about -150 feet deep, . ' in ' urablv removed, active osratbn hnve lieen 'gpecimeiu hc takes with htm War indications i rs Wing recommenced Ut Monday after ; 1 art,,cr nnImUabV i commencwl, which have already iwultcd in 'of the richness or the precious ore which , igbecn discoiitinuetl for a year. The r ton miles distant other hxlcs have ,mwt important developments. abound in thrc rcjrion?. Thc bulk of the, lorth compartments arc being sunk at j Iwen discovered within a short lime past that According to the report placed nt our dis- j ore destined for the eastern market, has been ! nt, and when at a convenient denth. tho ither ctiniartmenU will be raised from r, instead or bei. g sunk from thc top. loistinc and pumping machinery are the .'weriui (or the purpo-o In the Mate, give evidence of oven greater richness. PIONEER ;MS mm, JOHN W. QUICK, Matmlactuter, ntvovrn to Vulcan Iron Vorks, Fremont St, Bet Mission and HowarO. San Frcnclsco. STASE LIE TQ FT. YUMA. Ntw Mim.no Isvotio.n The Stockton ImlejwmiaU gives the following neooutit of a tirgest engine be'uiK a beam enstne t recent invention : " E. It. Onniiin. ol Sonera, i teen cents kirsepjiwcr, and every portion of the. ,.t recent u Invented a wty ingenious con- .uv.i.,iiii iivni-l llfliuu, nuinr, l.i... iiii.iw .-..,.........-. i p me most perfect manner, so fcmooth I "v "'"" " ' iivaieu amottni to a iiently that it can scarcely be heard j arator, The model which he has dotonnimxl ' rounds. Heeular shipn mil standiiii: near It. hither ol t ho tn mud on to Wash iieton. tn hones oi uet-; neroaiter. . . J . . . I - G T posal, tho comjiany have two small furnace Rhipjd by the way of Austin and San Fran- scitEEN PUNCHING in all its branches, rnnninjr, turning out copper from 91 toOO 'eisco. These uentlcmen say that the, results ) ,,.,. r.,rtv- ,er cent, fine, which Is Udng shlp,d to this 1 far exceed their mint sanguine expectations. I QgUi nJt&n2l .SnV r". tv. A large lotnt tins roniter wn rocetveo un the other sife. we learn that nr. uowri"r: v.7.. ..... 'T.7:". i" ... .i- I IUU.W . uw flic uvrt uilti i.'iicnin:R u iv wu w.v a few days since, which has been sold for flf- j U not so sanguine, his operations not beingto teen cents per ismnd S300 tier ton. The niiccessful as the others, but it win in consc wst of delivering Mich copper here is but a t quence of the failure in his smelting opcra HttlfMiver SlfO per ton. Tho eompany has : thms, he having not been engaged in the pur- two more shipments on tue way, oom oi i suit or mining. J here is sutitcieni evidence, nt thtrtr thotissna : howevor. that nejst sprinp there will ie an t Misfta a'ov.- nieiitiuued will be at least IfcU lleiti tlm fall. Tim Chullnr I'll aw shaft is 700 feet ileen. but Is not be- i"ik deeper nt present. The shaft of the fn Comptny is alao 700 fet dep find F'ng suiik ilcejer, Tho Ophir-.Mexican ps about 020 feet deep, and Mnkiiur is Mmiied for the tm.iiit in nnlci-tn oneii III level. bU feet below thu ninth or low- M of the mine. A drift or gangway wing opened for thnt piirsiH', run sst towards thu h-il-u tliroii"li tbu hanl- nd of blasting rock, the bottom of the P'eing in tho west wall of tho ledge. wait, as well ns that of the Haled: Nor- vyviniuuy, is not in tne rigiit piate. Cotnpatii&i slidiild remove tlii-ir works bill, same as tho Gould &. Curry, Sav N Chullar Potosi Comutiiies have dune, i-r io coniorm to tho ilip or the lode to a wen n to taKu tdvantaR or tlio ting out a , for his iineiition, could easi-; - " -- nrosent: hence two company is nine to tuni ly be placed in a person's coat poekot. It is entirely diffureut ovory way front any seapr stor or tsmeetitrator that we have soon ttierf by quartz miners. A shallow jian, called the separator, elevated nu inch uboYe the concen trator, first receives tho water, sediment, quicksilver und gold escaping from thc mill above. The bottom of tho sejierator being deeiier than the.fiidcti or mouth where the water Hows over, the quicksilver and gold .. . . I . .1 1. 11.. .1... naturally seme iiowii, wiinu tue ngui nnnu and Hulphurets flow over with the water into the concentrator, which looks somewhat like the shallow top of n totip tureen. Small holes are perforated iu the bottom of this concentrator, through which the sulphurets n win h operation the Gould A. Cun v 1 into sinall pans beneath, while every- nv, for iu tance, gain 200 feet, the top thing else flows over the top Into conductors Homier olml't tin I) street bcimr 200 which rouvey It away. 1 he whole inschine 'low thu level of thu croiipiiigs of the I i suipoi uled on four stout wires, each fast- Ith such deep shafts coins down. , onetl nt the bottom in n strong Iraiucwork. view of the Inrgo bodies of rich orof Diminutive cog-wheels attached to a cylin hipmcnti will be made j extensive emigration to l'ahrnnagat, nnd theiycars. ; mines thronghnut Utah. Hie liuel mill at 111.. S3 l.. 1. Iniwliif. ..nt fit rr-.c- ent 18,000 of the precious metal per month. cheapest l'dclrtc Coast, and will not tip or teat OnJtft tolicitfi and yrvmpllir attended to. II J. W. Quick I thc only competent and suecrssftil uwnnUrturer of screens on this coast, hating made acrccna for the principal mliU for California and thc adjoining Territories for man y imw very kkmi article ot eopiier. Some of this copper hns been used by the brass foundries of this city, who have pronounced it a very fair article for "Waste ix Gold Mixj.nc. There appears to be as muoh waste in washing quart r. in Ati.trnlin as in California. A correspondent many commercial punnsM, J"t it comes of lMUm Juig Journal states that of late in the Hale it Norm and the K we may well feel encouraged pver pure proHpccts or the. CMmtock ledge, frequently of Virginia aud of our si- io generally der, which U kept in motion by the action of the mill above, sets the machine tn motion, and gives Jjotli the separator and concentra tor the Mime motion as that of u child's cra dle when rocked Kcntly, 'i '( . ':'' '; '" " from the furnace. Within ,css than two months they will have a larger furnace in operation, which they think will be able to turn out from three to five tons of copper per dar. The company own two parallel ledges or n.Odii feet each. Only one ledge has as yet been devehqwd to any considerable extent. Usiii this an incllno has been sunk to the depth of one hundred feet, at which point there nrc some indications of sulphurcts com ing in. At tho depth of nbont fifty feet drift have been run each way from the shaft about one hundred fiet, all tlie way in good ore vein varying from fl7e fo seven feet thick. The haft is nI.o connected with the surface by a tunnel, throug which tho ore will be token out. , The outcrop of tht vein has lieen stripped quite a distance developing good ore all the wax-. Tho superintendent esti mates that he has fully five thousand tons of ore ojicned to sight, which win average a yield of twenty-ftvo percent. SanFr. ScUw ((?',' . , . i.t ' -p. yi ' 1 while on a recent visit to Clunes, Australia, ho took samples of the refuse sulphurcts of gold washings, belonging to thre companies, and obtained from them gold at the rate of 28 oz. 0 dwt., 29 oz. 9 dwt-, and 30 ounces per ton. Dissolution Notice. The co-partnership heretofore existing be tween tho undersigned, and known under tho firm name of Clutter fc Darling, dealers in Drugs and Medicines iu tho town of Prcacott, A. T. Is this day dissolved by mutual consent. J B. Glutte, E. Darlino, All persons indebted to the above firm are requested to call and settle with E. Darling, who will contlliuo tho business at the"old stand. . DARLING. ' Feb. 27.187.' - o-ar.' Preecott, Af. T. Fe GEO, F. HOOPER & CO "I On and flrr Monday. Sptnber 10th. tie Ugr oJlbe cnderslcntd. carrjing tbe CnlttdSUtes an.! QnarUnnaUrvs mail, wilt Itave tbe Excbasft, at Wilmington. Califvruin, vrFvrt Yttma, at 4 ttdodi txtry JHwitay. jximng through Ijos AngtUt and San Bit nardino, Arriving at Fort 1 Vtua the fMmcing Friday. IUturningJmut Furt Yuma the f Ma- " ing Smidcif at C o'rfoct a. tn. LETTERS, PACKAGES, ETO, Forwarded on Rcasonatilc Terms. , The Orerlsnd Stage from San FraBlsco, leave Los Angeles every day; the clcaiuerlvdiic leaves Wilmington three tlmr each month. Tlie stage from Sn Dlcjjo to Los Angeles leave only once a week, and the steamer once a rnontl:. BAiNlJ't' KiXj Wlmlngton, Cal, Sept 6. 1SW. 10tf San Francii-ctiand I-ort i ninu. California, and Murieoia Wells, Arizona. COMMISSION MEROHANTS, And general dealers In G-rocerie lticI IPi'ovinioiiH, IilQLORN, BUY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, CLOTI1IXG, Ho.i'd.-wo-1'e, AND GENERAL MERCHANDIZE. mm WAGON FACTOBY Persons interested in Arizona mine can have all kinds of Machinery repaired at this Factor'. Wagon Mating, Blactoiing, AND Turning in Wood AND IRON PROMPTLY EXECUTED. 3 AH work done in this establishment .ntAil and our advantages are such that wc can execute work wUh dfapatch. ,J XIS ' ''' -' ' ' 5 r '