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ARI 'VOLUME IV. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 31, 18G7. NUMBER 19. SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS.! NEW YORK A 1) VERTISEM ENTS. CALIFORNI V ADVERTISEMENTS. LEG A L A DY ERTISKMENTS. MINER & - Issued Every Saturday. WILLIAM II. FOttl), Publisher. stniscniPTioN $5,00 3,00 l,fi0 i Kor fix month", vurtlirLfiiiontliN r. iualt' copies, I'avabic 111 auvniicu, nnuvu,, v..,-.-... AI)VHItTISl I " . i ...t.l.m.l .ivtMlfnn ((jiiarc cotni ' .inn i wua 01 kinds of job work executed to order, with J, li, and at reasonable prices. PROFESSIONAL OAK US. M. R. PLAIT, mid Counselor at Law Pinc-St. TUCSON, A. T. IttnrnOV G. 11. OURY, 1 I T BLttonioy and (Jounseior at, .uaw, Court House Building Tucson, A. T. HENRY JENKINS, jLttonicr mid Counselor at Law, Triuo, A T. J. P. 1IARGRAVE, Ittomev and Counsellor at !iv, Oortez-St. I Third hou.-e south of tho Plaza, PRKSCO'IT, A. T. 7 J NO. HOWARD, Ittorncv ami 1 itinreilor at uw, rnwnv. 1)11. F. P. HOWARD, Ivurun and .Surgeon, Pruscott, A. T., and at Iort Whipple Hospital. HENRY V. FLEURY, .vot.vuv t'uni.io. skSfOTT. ARIZONA TKKHriUK. WM. J. BE Hit Y, Itotney mid Counsellor nt Liiw, IMtUStdlT, A11I7.0.V.V. Ice on Cortcr Street, frontirs tlie Plan. 36m IS FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENT h j . iner s' Foundry! AND AIXS'P AbniNt VBUhiVo. XoV, 215 and 255 Fiiist STar.tT, SAN FRANCISCO. owland. Ancel ana Kmc:, Pitoi-nir.Tons, nnlnnlnrnro n 1 i I in h 1 1 1 0 r r It l r lUT'f (tl r O C....- Mllla J-.r. fSllt UJlli Jlllllll. .1.1 k illlll?. ft Ulllltl -'lUiri lour Mills, Sugar Mills, Paper Mills, ou'stm hngiues ol ail Kinus amai- pam.itors of all kinds Mining Pumps, Hoisting Works, Oil Well Tools, Rock Breakers i-nml lnnery and Casting of all kinds, cither of mojsr on brass. ors nnd Sheet Iron Work in nil its branch- Shoes and Dies of white Iron, manufac- mi unit iinjKiricii uv kaii-"i urpo-e, and will last 25 per cent, longer any other made on this coast. of any degree of flnoness, re the only manufacturers on this coast oftho HICKS ENGINE, l.iMivti niuoit ill vs-i'as.sw" uurauie oi any r.ngino in use. W. II. HOWLAND, II. B. ANOELL, E. T. RING, CYRUS PALMER. O " auwi t -a y 7 . Divo mTimwm?i) i ir it .ai i i v i'ii ti i i n. i. 1V1 IV liJ3 Ulers4MrV TjWVT D osaaiwak M WM Q aaaa w - dor, $3 per Keg. ItEDUCKD PRICES ALSO. I-1. II- i t- i n ti i x " " - i - tl - " no superior. ror sale uy KDWAttl) II. PARKER. ooi i.i-e' t,. i o. t : . IMMIIIII'UIIVWV " . . . . . .. , Agent for tho Pacillc Coast. 1807. 18 . .nlllrc canal ten line or tills letter. One K square cq i . . m Kilcll g.,c. ."..'.k',i. SI..VI. One square standing for .. .....n,. S10.00. Tor six months, 15,00. ,,u7 irr, 25.Wj ud it tho same rates for USSIA WT PALMER, KNOX & CO.j GOLDEN STATE Nos. 10, 21, 23 and 25 First Street, SAN FRANCISCO. "A,f A NU FACTURlfall kinds of Machinery, IV1. Steam Engine., and Quartz Mill, Dunbars itupravctt Seir-Adjusting Piston Packing requires no springs or screws; is nlways steam tight, without ex cessive friction, and never gets slack or leaky. Wheeler & Randall's new Grinder and Amalgamator. Hepburn & Peterson's Amalgama tor Knox's Amalgamators, with Palmer's Patent Steam Chest, superior for working cither gold or silver ores and is tho only Amalgamator that has stood the test of seven years continual working. Genuine White Iron Shoes & Dies. aving been engaged for the past ten yen in . in cpiartz mining, and being conversant with all the impnivemcuts, eitlier in mining or milling, wo are prepared to furnish, at the ' shortest notice, the most perfect maehinerv 1 tir rnilnnimr rtNiu gy ci vitur n t lint tt.ltt r.f silver. IS International Hotel, Jackson-Stbki:t between goineiy and Kearney, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA T 111S Old Established 1 lOUiO I :.. C....I 1 r ,l.nIAwii 1. Frost, Waveri Terracr, XV ejtv Iji- li ill puuea umui lui uiu accommmlation of rucsts Pereoit seeking comfort and cconomv will And thl the best Hotel in the city to atop at- The , ... . , ... i am is are new ami in goou onier, wki me i Rooms well veiittlatMt. The Tbl will al wuva Ikj supplier! with the best in tbc mar ket. Prices varying from SI 50 to 2 por day for Board and Roam. Pine Hath IIoiimi ami Barbershop attarhetl to the Housa. F. E. WE VGA NT, Proprietor. August, 1K.7. ' 18 John Taylor & Co. 1MPORTEBS AND DEALERS IN ASSAY KH'S MATEKIALS. DruggisLs' and Chemists' Glttss Waro, PhoUnrraphie Stock, &c 1 512 and 5M 'ailiiiig(oii St. San Franciaco. ' " T ai-p pei.ivinif .linvt from Mcmnt. tdd V 7 . . -: v- LjoJ)s im., Belciuin) their Assuy mi isunian inianfcs, And from Franrc awl Gcrinany, aa well ac . i the Eastern States, FURNACES. CRUCIRLKS, MUFFLKS, BLOW-PIPE CASia, Cliemical Gla-.warc, Gold SCALES, and every article retpiirod for Assay Oflleos, litoratoncs, Ac. i t .1.; . 1 .1. e , . . . iii! imvn ffivuii mi oraiicu 111 nor iiiiftinmA i . ..... . tutrtien nr fiTliinriim III Sillwl aiteti firfleliw aro iiurvsMrv in tho development or tbe inln- cral wealth 'or this coast. . - .. ... . . . . A lull aortmeut til iirtigeMU' uiaswarc, ' i ii :. . ) c i i TJl i in i constantly on hand. Aug. laf7 IS BLASTING l'OWDKB. PHI0B$3P3HKBG. 4 I.SO-SPORTING, CANNON, AND iV MUSKET POWDER, of superir finali ty. FUSE and SHOT always on hand and for sale at the Ollico of tho California Powder Works, No. 81 S California-Street, San Francisco, Gal. JOHN P. LOUSE, Soerctarv. O. S. M. Cosb. J. M. Pisk. It. iftt. R. GIUD &C0. REAL ESTATE AND HOUSE BROKERS, (.'olloctors, and Gunoral Employment Agency. No. 0 Poit, and No. COS Market Street, Room 2, SAN FRANCISCO. Real Estate bought or sold oil commission Loans negotiated- Ranches, city Lots, Houses anil Stores to rout or loaso Rents collected, etc. KSM-tf. Corner ?Ioii(Komrry anil Iliislt Streets, SAN FRANCISCO. This honsci possesses all the requirements of a first-class hotel, Its spacious rending room, with a large mineral cabinet, and extensive collections of specimens from the dltlerent mining regions ot tlio Pacillc coast Branch Telegraph OfUco con nixtinL' with lines throughout the countryanil news stnud all eontrlbutiug to unike it the lioail. DCCIDBNTAL HOTEL quartcra ana homo ror mo uaiiioniian uusmuas Dinn.aml tourist. Tho Tuulu of fills House Bliall not bu (iicollcd by any, Hoard, tlircu ilolliirs per day. LEWIS b EL AND t CO., Otf Prpprlrtors. UK EAT DISTRIBUTION BY THE MERCHANTS' AND MANUFAC TUHEHS' JEWELY ASSOCIATION, 103 ,t 105 Broadway, New York City, Of Rosewood I'lanos and Mclodeaii, l'lnc Oil Paintings, Kngratiiigs, Hlhcr Ware, Mold and Sil ver YVntchus nnil elegant Jowolrv, coiitttti)K' of Diamond Pins, Diamond Rings, "(Jold Hrat-elcta, Coinl, Jflorrntlnc, Mosaic, Jet, Lata, and failles' Sets. Gold Pmm with Gold and Silver extension holders, sleeve buttons, kcts of stud, vest and neck chain, plain and chased gold chains, &c. &c. valued at S 1 , 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 , f"MIE Merchants' and Manufacturers' Jow- .1 .1. elry Association calls vour attention to the fact of Its Item;; the lnrgeftt and iikh-I niniUr Jfnelry AssoeUtlon In tlx- t'liltrd States. The UilncBa Is and alnnym ha x u iHtitdiirtcd In tlir iiiot candid and honorable manner. Oar rapldlr 1 increainr iraiie is a urr Brnaranlee ol the aimrc 1 etnuon oi our iMtrons lor Hits lurtltoil ol obt, illlillK rndi, eletfnnt and costly ooUs. The suildcii stag nation of tnwle In Hurojx1, owliip to tli late tier man war. and recent disastrous (mam-lal crisis In KnroiHi, Uh cauaed the lallare ol a large number of Jewelry Ihiusv in London and Part, obliging tuctn in sen im-ir goon ni a rii Mrnnre, in soma instance Ipm' tlMn one-third the post of inanHCactn tog. We have lately purcitatcd very iv rnJ ..ri, u-. m,r,i (n .,i a o.. iroou, and giv betwr etettcw to draw tlt hmm valuaMo prlsr tban any ottieretabflhiii('ia44ig similar imslm-w. Our aim is to piesw. anil o S?1'?'")'!? i"" u 'THvrH!8' St "r If tlx al year c have (uncardt-d a number of the 1 in.i.1 vafiitthl ttrlr.i ti all irl. rvf tHj MmHipf . TliOK- who patmtilK' n will rctcivi- tiir nil! vainr of Dirir liun-y, aa no article ott or Hat is vi, rtlt Icm than hc dollar, retail, and there are nu 1 blanks. I'artb- dealing wiilm nutf d-(ieiMi u(on ! ItartiMr praiopi retnrns, and the article dran-a will , . tie imuwdiatfiiy for ardod (w ail) addraas by rc- iMOIlt- lunt Qiail ur eipreas. The IMfciwtoa; parties liave rrecnily drawn ral ' iHiiile prises Irom the Mcrcbnnti' inl VtaaCsciar- era' Jewelry aaanrlatlun, and hatv allowed Me of - their natar : I t ii- . n.n ir Tu.HH r. . men I, WahiUt.. I) C-Ptano, valwe, IAQ; nm (hW eimsaeled and dUmund set Watch . ral- tie (n0: Wiltlem K HmfaOMn. Nrw Oriawsw. ' i? : 1 1 i-l ( . ' , T . . . UolHlr, Ala, surer lea tkl, tatue, 3W; hw lw ey Orewtt, AHaHT, 111. flrwine Marhlne. ratw mrs UaryS IVowntng. LnlUte, Ky, Cold Watrh, value 1400; Jamoa II IoWr, llariioljrs, Pa. Silver Hamtiiut caw- Wauh,e lU-r Will iam rrystrr, MllwsaVle, WW, U luvtar A WilatMi Sowtnif Mrtine. valor 1 ; J 3 Nektonl. Saa rranciMO, Ji, (sold thsod ailrer Tea , valsar tXI; Edward I. Kiev, Ml IMihi. No. Mekxieao, value f J); ma UtM K MfK-tatr. IratonM, Mich, Diamond ( l Itr ttliuc, i !; IIonOKt (2 Prual, (.'htrafw. IN, Casv Oil Mndnir. rater MOB: wr tlsariofe K How In. UntlrdsMM. Keet- saa, t-hieherlaf (iraod VUuo, value 7',aMd Ma e Bos, vsllM-M5l SUmy iaacH eoaM b wtaeed oa the Nat. heft 'we i pnbilab rto tuuttes without perHuxftaw. Owal 1 rotia are desired Ui M-nd oa L' S rwrrmry aWw ! ! eoavraiewt , .PARTIAL UlSt of .1 a 7 , to fcr Smnhr j One Xo1Ijh 13:iol. without mgard lo valu. aod mrf to be paid for ! ' 0'itil 3m know lwsl you arc t rercite : - 10 CbW-kciiag "rand Plaa, woilh fSO to ffltl i li kUe-ant Hoaewoud Maaoa - 0 1 4AO ' 15 Eh-i-ant Mrlodcoos. Rosewood eases 1 7 to -Tl SO Klr.r rl... ttrwlok Machine 40 to 7A Kin. titl Palatini.' " ") i ISO fine hlecl Kavratlnf, framed 10 to i I SO MoaU-BoKea to to ; IV) Ri voSv tiff Patent C r.. alher lo 4o i M Sliver Km it and Cake Bakct SO to Si l et 1 ea ana Table npoona tw to hi ISO Until houtaair rose Walt-bra, war'tdSO to V) 100 Diamond Ktaai, clw. A sin. dim ao i in tenia Watches A U. -00 Lsdiea' Watches 00 lo '' i Jtfl 75 GOO Silver Watches to Diatnoml Pins, Broochea ami Ear Drotta, u- die' Sets of Gold and Coral. Jet and Wold. Florentine. Mosaic. Uva and (W: Sots of . ,ywi 7?i Vtwt and Neck Chain., plain and cuas - . . . t1 '"If "ohl i,w,?"11!' 1 Wt lkicklea, Gobi Pen and Peacua r. w.x n. n..i.l H.n. ,.f I, m.1.1 on. J ' " "" " ailvr nrtanaiun HoMeM. ami a lante aMrt- ; ry description, of tbe beat wake awl latest styles. I --j7A cbance to obtain tv of tbe above 1 article for ONE DOLI.AB, by Hircba4ng a j sealed envelois? for 2-' oents. live sealed en velopce will be tent for SI ; eleven fbr ; thirty Tor 5 j suty-rlve lor vtu j one hun dred for Sl'. AoKKTti Waxtk l!rn'nvnitiiii Unefpiall&d inducvinctita ofTewl to I-adie-s ami Uents who will act as soon, uur ties criptlve cireulare will be sont on application. . Distributions are made in tbe following I manner: I crtmcaios naminireacn ariicteniitt its value are placed in sealed envelopes, whicli are well mixed. One of theae envelope con taining tbe Certificates or order for some ar ticle, will be delivered at our olllce, or sent br mail to any addrcas, without regard to cnoice, on receipt of 115 cents. On recelvine the Certificate the rHirchaser will ee what article it draws awl it value, ami can send Ono Dollar ami receive the ar ticle named. Purchasers of ourhenled Envel opes nuiv. in this manner, obtain an article worth from one to fivo hundred dollars. Long letters are unnecessary. Have the kiudnose to write plain directions. Orders for Sealed Envelopes must in every caM lie acoomjwniod with the Cash, with the name of tho person sending, and Town, County and Sfato plainly written. Letters should be ad dressed to the managers as follows: JACKSON, COliNISir d CO. lDH & 195 BitotDWAV, Now York. TQALL WHOM IT HAY CONCERN, ATOTICE is hereby given that in conform 1 Uy with instructions received from the Collector of Customs for the District ofl'asso del Norte, Inspectors will herenflcr bo required to jsiy duties on all supplies Imported for the use of the United States troops, whether dollvered under public or private contract. 4 J. Y. STONE. Deputy Collector. Tucson, A. T. May 111, 1607. U-l l)ANNJiG & COMPANY, FORWARDING AND COMMISSION AGENTS, Wilmington. Josj Am abaHBSnislBHWl' m Ml ii I H. NEWMARK.& CO., Wholesale dealer In HABDWABE, GROCERIES and PROVISIONS. AUOADIA 1ILOOK, 2S"oh. C ami . Los Angeles, February, 1WA TOIYILINSON 5tf 0 on uu., rouVAKiiN; a cojimissiox MKItCIIA.jrj'H. LOS ANGKBES AND SAN PEDRO. I, JT. Levy and Co. Main-Street, San Bernardino, Ctil. Doftlorsin DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES Iron, Hartl waro Crockery--Groceries and Liquor and a Groat variety of General MERCHANDIZE. Mar0--tf I, B. J K WELL, WATCHJIAICim AMI ai;Ki.i.iiit, (Vnik St. A. Kjuskli.v, DrtqrxWt and PtMM- BAN" IIKKKARDIKO. CAl.iroitXlA. Wateliat and iwiiiry Mint by malt trmn Aritona aRreully rrjlreJ and returned. . B. CJLXWWJ. i. r. ttun. Caswell & Ellis, WHOtJBSAI.K XXO MKTAll. DliAI.KH IS STAPLE it FAXCV DRY GOODS a nocKR irs, pro visions, AND ORNK1UL MBKCHaKOIZB. AOKXTK foil CALIFORNIA POWDER WORKS CO. No. 1, Arcadia Block, Lo Arngtini Strttt, 1m Anfdtr. duartz Macliinery. IIAXSCOFit CO. 8ntfc Bast earaer PtesaJist awl Taitaiaa Stress. SAN FRANCISCO. iiatmasetore BH1or Mitt sad MaeadsMry for eaU mm! atlver ntltitwc. Aar-i p . - .. ".' ' c, COdfit f.lHC X) It lit St (IOC. Arrangement for 1867. i-:Krom Los Anuclcs to San rrau cisco In 4 Horse Staires. Hi: Stages of tbe tast Une, San Juan, 1. ami IxM Anrolca Stace Comttany, via ! Son Homaeeatara, Saau Barbara. Saa IawIs ObU- i .a a . 1 1 u f v . . - ' p ""a . 7V,7? ,. v. e. Lovirrr .t co. Proprietors. WM niCKLET. Geoeral SoperintntdeuL -lttlis L'alen Hotel, Los Anctlet. The Gash Principle . ESTABLISHED AT LAS1'. AT Wl. KELLER'S STORE AND WINE CELLARS, Alameda Street. mitn l t I . . . ........ 1 I , "n.P" ''""f Zr a iocaieu in can r raucwv, wi us iv vi , the unrivalled Vines a ltd Brandt from his " Riing Sun" and " Is Angeles" movants. a wen as ior me iraniaciion oi a GENERAL FORWARDING AND COM- MISSION BUSINESS, ! bogs to call public attention to the fact, that ! he bus it.iblibed the CASH PRINCIPLE j iu his store at I.os Angeles, where he projw-, ous to sell all merchandize in his line at the smallest advance on Sau Francico prices, to cover transjiortation and commission ; or, will purchase and forward for others, at aronunin sion of 5 jier cent, as advantageously as he could fur himseir. He is also prepared to make liberal Cash advance on consignments or Hides, ool. and other native, produce to hit care, and guarantees that his sales will show the best market rates On Salo for Cash or its equivalent GROCERIES, Choice LIQUORS, Dry Goods, Clothing, Lumber, Window Blinds, Snsh, Shingles, Iron IIoops, Nails, Rivets, &c. X. B Native Wines and Brandies put up In packages to suit purchasers, PUBE WIII'J TK Wirvri Vi.M-.ii Ml. Ac. M. KELLER. 1(3 Los Angeles, Aug. 1S07. AD.MINISTRATOB'S DEEDSA new fonn carefully prepared for sale at ifidlSKt ilWMturx... SHERIFF'S SALE By virtueofan execu tion issued out of the District Court of the Third Judicial District, in and for the County of Yavapai, Territory of Arizona, in favor of J. W. Swilling and: apalnst Jumes Cha-c, Jamos Curtin, P. II Council and David Woostcr, defendants ; by which 1 am required to make out of the property of the above named defendants, the sum of one thousand sis hundred and tliirtv-four (51, 034), with sixty-live 27-100 dollars costs and accruing costs. 1 levied on all the right, title ami interest of the said .lame Chase. Jamos Curtin, P. H. Conmdl, ami Dam Woostcr, in and to Seventy five feet east of ami adjoining (lie discovery claim on the Vullare I .ode. Ono hundred and twenty-nine feet in the . t , . - , , , ulture IitHlc;coinnMineliig at tbe icken-1 berg claim and running wost to Mowe'a lo- - IU U1C cation on said lAde . j the mine. The quartz from the Eureka On hundred and fifty feet in Rough Dia- j mBe aTerage SbC) ( 100, and the con tiiondIx.de; said IaU: being tbrw hundred centraUnl 8UHWureU from the same mine feet north of and mntting ialW with tbe , () The concentration is estimated u ture Ide. ,,,.,,' v Mr Deetken at about ?10 icr ton of sul- A ISO 4 Stone Hammers ; 1 BUckatnith's , I,l11IP,- : tKp Kureka Mill, and if I rrmm. Yica; 3 BlackainitA', Ton. ; 1 Blaukiilh a Anvil. All the above described property beinjr in the Wickenberg Quartz Mining Distri.-t in Yavajtai (Mintv, Territory of Arii'tis . NOTICE i hereby jriven, that on Hatur dav the 7th dav of Septatnber A. D. Ii7 at 2 o'clock, P. L in front of the Court r"n, n me town oi rrtwuf i i oanty oi j avapai, rarritory of Ariaooa, I will exi for sale to tJae highest bidder lor cash, all Uwr nthi, f title and tntom-t of the 4efimdLs beru , Hamsd, in ami to toe above deaenvod xp- erty, to Mtiafr said eieruuon. JOHN P. BOURKK, Hberiir Yavapai Co RoiWC RT llKSCMSM, AoctT. Prwoit, A. T Aug. 17Ui, 1867. A DM I JCIfaTH ATOR'S NtiTICK. FMt a irsOaaa V. Ada, atsoMsW. r piIK uoderalgped ttavfaig boast afsnoiatcxl .1 Adusiatatrator ot" tbc above nstaed e tste Kotlrr hi hrety cii re to at! perton h4t-la I e4 to mM eatata, to nssJia Inimnaasis sottltsaent. atMt au psTMHss oaviajt etaiaa mpmw rms wu-, to prtwetrt thesa, with the urtrimarj oorhers and prvosV, to law iinasraiaasll, wMfeia otat jsear srowi the oat of thW aotice. J. T. AL"AP, A4aiaWtmor. ?rceou, A. T. Jaasc WO, 1SW7. J1X-m A DM rN ISTK ATOBTS NOTICB. CTlTt m1 nntnm Hatftn lireMavl T 1 Notice W berelTsr firm rr the tmJcrxiirn ed. AdattaMs-ator f the ahow whom m-tate. to the crodhors of, and ail proaa havhsa: S""4 "M 'tl.T' hcaortwwirr raariMYS. -wltwiB roar rw tb Oatc Iseroof. to the aa4rr.iy.sa, rt the taee in Mr R. Hatt. la Tacaoa, coatuyat risas and Terrhory ol Ariaoaa. Teeooa. Jaaaary 7, 1HT. E5TENEN Ot'HOA. AdminUtralor. -- ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Ei&aar if Oftrrnt P B. idff tirrramd. rpiIE omlemaed bait been apnointod I . TrTTTj-m-I.,...-,ZX.ii iw4 make Waiaiotali eturmi'Ol, ana an t hi sum haviac fUiso aoasaot xUd etate to re ent tbtto, with the Bf-raary iroof and vo'iehee iibia one year from the aW ofthU notkie. 1. T. AJLAAP, A4sulnUtr:.tor. Prescotl, A. T. Jan? , 117. i U-Se- ! ADMIKISTRATOITS NOTICE. vf fJeoro W. iy-trit. rrmmrl. TiiTiric i. kiwiir srieen br the under- - i -sgoed, dtrty afsnomted Adtmnbttrator of MltMn aa war from tb aret pawTtratloo or tws . ' xiit. mi y.iMidai!a Klrklaoa Villey, YiTij-i voMOr. TKlwry f AiUmh. V. MeAi Ktt. Aswataawswnw. JOKK HOWARD, hat AU'y Praseou, Jaiy 1st, WSJ. Jl-a ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. iW Teaaw I). M(oa, siseoaassf. ; XT oncB is aareVr airea y the aadenigiyd, i asp Adsslaiilrator of tbe ahoec aaotad-oatata. the eroMsH ai, sad U poraonn havhtg eiattji sin.t the hH deatasea, to exMMt Use sasae www the neaasarj vooohoi. wnhta one year iron the i . . r . - .m - n t riHi nun m Tae-oa, llsaa fouotr and Terrttorj' f Ariaoaa. Tnesoa, March I, 1JT. iOIIX O. BRYANT. AdmtukMratnr ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. 4t a Jaa F. Simme, VrvtW. "V OTICE i hereby given by tbe undetvian- . i 1 X ed, duly ajijaMnted Administrator of the 1 above aVed estate, to the creditor, ot, and all per son Ui rins; daiiiu aiaH said kx. sed to eabih it the kamr. with the maeasan vonchcrs, within ix met'tbs from the Bri neblteatloa ol this notice. to It. iwex, at nis pases oi acwintias in we towa Prescott, Yavapai County, Territory of Aricooa. . n. i ui. i Ir i u... u i ... u IO J. IWC.. I HH y mnm w mi., in, in ' " It iL.in. Jv, Administrator JNO. UOWAKD, hia Attamey. Preeeott, Aprl 1st, 13ST. 7-u. . rn.. i i m nfiivc Tritofy of x,L coawj of Y.- Iu p3 cSZTu ZtIZ,-! , tcr sM f.M. Tmnss, - fYvuen. 1)URSUANT to an onler of tbo honorable Huzekiah Brooks, Judae or said Court, notice is hereby given that on Monday the Ut day of May, A. D. lb7, In front of the store or Jumc (irant, in tho town of 1'reseott, In said county, at mm fi e lock iii nltarnoou of said day. I will cause to be sold at public auction, tbe following ; erUM.(l ,iro,wty belonghur to the estate of the ftu0Vt namod deceaseil, to wit Ona luiitrovad Ranch of one hundred and sixty (1W) aeros ol land situated on the llaswiyainpa River, near t al uut(lroe. Also, the Qasrta Mlnlug laterastor said deceased, situated in Yavapai Couuty, and Territory of ArUoim. Terms of Sale to be announced on tue day ol ale. JAMKR (5 RANT, Administrator. ROHKRT MKACIIAM, Aiict'r. JNO. HOWARD. Att'y. Prescott, April l,.P)7. Postponed Sale. rpHEsalo at Auction of tbe Ranch and X Quartz interests belonging to tho estate P. M. Hums, adrcrtlsud above. Is hereby postpon- ! . . ' .. ...i...i..i.m..h .mill tlio tlrtil u.....i ... , T.i.i ,(. i,.i..inlr iinvf Jit tlicanicf . ... i.'.i.j c..i ilinro ara dent Or piillilU'V li i" place and hour. jIKA0IU5r, AuctV. June i, .isq:,, . .', . -4M9 SUPHURKTS. A corresfrandent of the AUn, writing from Nevada (Grass Valley) California, July 10th, has the followiug rtfranling the working of Sulpliurets. It contains information of much iuiortance to our miners, who are now con rineed that most of the lodes here abound in Sulpbiircta : A large jrt of the jrold in the aurifer ous quartz of California is enclosed in or ac companied by sulphtirets of iron and other metal", which prevent amalgamation, and thus cause the gold to escape from the quartz mill. The sulphured being twice as heavy in proportion to its bulk as quartz, can be separated from it by washing. This process is called concentration, and as the sulpliurets are, oa tlw average, not more than two per cent, of tin! vein inauer, and very seldom . , 1.-., AA ltoe Mtll Ik. nnii..nM,A.1 IIIUIB llini. , w .u Wllkvilililivu 8ni.j,arel or tailing may be twenty times M i,,h ... ,t nn it ' . f f -1-i.h.. tbe rolrorets there are about two per cent w iuc ore. i ne larger trie percentage the leas the cost, because tho i wnailer the amount of tbe material that has to ' Ik- handled. I bare inquired of many Superin tendent aboat tho best method of concen i tralin?, and most of tliem have told me that , iitw iHiuit aflfitiljwl tcttll !l9ivt)ltnq' flu.i . ri f i , Uwt thcy do not know .j,, fe tbc w machina n ufc. The blankets w, rn nlM! wlk out of ten, and no otb,r for eoncentraUng is used hi ono in len. Mr. Deetken and Mr. Maltman think the ; sulphur U should contain aixit fifteen per rent, ol quartz saitn. 1 ne more the quartz, the leas the expanse of concentration, tho le the los of pold in the process, and tlie raMrT the roastmit. If there are only two mt cent, of sand in the sulphurets, a con.-. : .1 . . : .J r ..1 ,. ... .. 1 . ... jSHKnOW HWIUUH W MUlMIH3 mill fiUUlO u l. i.. t L. i...,j.:i.i,. .... asm ik iwijpw-iic iu all tlw aulplHiretH and get rid of all the wnd. The' more tbe quartz the eakr the roasting, but ibe gmtter tbe ei7n-e of roasting in pronortion to the yield. If, however, tho wand la serpentine, tiien it presence is niju- rio to roasting ami the less of it tho ' better. I ClII.Oai3CATloX. j Tbe chloriiiatioii irocoss is considered the j best plan, ami indeou the only plan for re ducing auriferous uljdiurcts. These are ' roasted twenty -riMir bonrs in a furnace, com- t mmwIiw mi n Lm- rfl itnftt. finft fvrajlililK 9f1- j vancina; in temperature to 1,300 " -v- - - i e- rahrenhelt, j ffkn tbe mass is at a ml heat. During this pr Mdphur is burned off, and when f? ..,, , "b " , ' '"Z" ' as a greenish sulpburets of iron comes out j a purplish htaek oxyde of iron, and there is tm longer any sulphur to monopolize tbo i affection of tbe gobl. The black iron dust i now ;mt tato a tub filled with wafer, awl near bv tome twit, etilpuhric ackl and black jnangane are put into . bottle froa: wb:rh n nibe lend-; into tlie bottom of ! Ie tub. Salt is a cloride of sodium but the miirr iiteiai hii bmijmiui n. uuu uvuci iimi ; it does chlorine, so it abandons the utter, which, having lxsen driven away by a strong er rival, goes oil through the tube and unites " with tbe fluid, forming a chloride of gold, t w hkb tben dissolves in the water. The wa- ter ss drawn osf, and when a little sulphate ! of iron m thrown in the gold js precipitated sn a dsrk psrplc rsvrdr, hiru, after being tlted, turns into a bright yellow bar. The procew. ebetnically considered, is sim- m ii necesfary lor , swesasaa, w- ' miuired. accordiae to the cotnlKHltion oT tbe i .titJemit aulpbaivte. The price charged for chktritmtion ner ton has usually been about ! f-35, but bUelv tbe coiniietition has reduced 1 tbe price in Nevada County. 3Ir. Deetken i says the expense at jieesent in tbe works or ; vrhicb be Las charge is $9 jter ten, exclu-ive of cost of KUtterintcndence ; and with a me- l clmMcal farnace in which the ores are stirred 1 . (. t bv maebinon-, the expanse wooia w oniy a . , ie oMtOMtea tbe COt ol ctiemtcat tor a ion ),,- . -i ar black oxvde of nuneanesc, . SBjT,huric acid, $1 3'2; .... ' and 10 lbs. of -Jilt, 5 cents. Other jursons ; enraged in the bnsinesa y his figures are etriirety too low, and tbey think tha the pn cesacaanot be worked &rle than Sl rSl8 ' per too, but Mr. Deetken knows hia own figures , beat. All are agreed, however, that chlonna tion works xafbccotnc very numerous; asnu mcrotsa at shoemaker hbops as he expressed it. The Frarc Tha form of tbe fnrnate is found to be a matter of much importance pecuBianly. Wood is so expensive that tbe heat must oo. uMukimtiMl fwt nt the late luntaces nrc v. , " , limit with several manns, out o uuu.uv., the plan beiiuj claimotl by Mr. Mosheimer, of San Francico, a his invention. The ore is 1 jmt first in tbe highest hearth, where the ' beat "t least, and is gradually let down nearer : the flv till tHe nMStinr W compiew.-. ' Krka funsaec is after a French Air- oe at Pontfiiband, and U made on the same priodple, but 1- i " BVMV a w fc , higher lever but not over the lower hearth, the latter contains one ton at a charge, while tbe long upjter hearth contains five tons, and one ton is put in every six hours at the end hrthe8t from tbo fire. The difference in level between the two hearts is eight feet, ami five-sixths or the de-ulphuriwng Is uone bsforo the ore gets intotio lower heart h where it lemains four hours, afier hav ng been twenty hours abovo. The Lurcka lur nace cost 3,500. CLOKIN1TIOX ELSEWIIEItC. Clorination was inventw by ' Gomn chemist, and was the result or purely scientific theory. Us pract.ca value had never been proved on a large scale before IU Introduced, in California, and is earned on here more extensively than n any.otU" country. Mr. Deetken. the pioneer in the buines here, thinks thcieis only one small ohlorination totablishmontin Europe.and that at Roichenstein, in Silosia. I have . seen no aeoountor any such works Iu Austria or J. . . a . I a i a I, .-. IM Pl rn t or ' I LOIOrailO. Ill llincimu ., r te tablish.nents-stx of them In thto foou",'