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SALT RIVER HERALD.
tia(arda)- !)w n;lier 14. 1N7N. ThexValenoiaiia ?Jtoc, Arizona. Wie have had an op;Mir!unity of ex auiiniug a report mmle by Henry A. Bigelow, of Preseott, Ajizonri, to the President of .the California and Ariz ona Miuin and Real Estate Asrency, on the Yalencfcuin mine, in Ulai-k Can yon iiistrict, Yavapai county, Arizona. Yeni:ike sudi extracts from the re port as may be of interest. The mine is about 40 miles south east of Preseott, and O'J mi'es north or Phenix, near the stage r.;ad bet ween the two towns. The vein is in the great gold-bearing sluta belt which traverses the country cast of Preseott and the Sierra Prieta n:id Br.ids'iaw ranges of mountains, in which are many clusters of gold veins known as the Black Hills mines, the Bigliug, the Black Canyon (in which the Val enciana is the most conspicuou ;) and the New Kiver and Cave Creek mines. The Black Canyon mines were dis. covered in by Mexicans, who were working placers in Turkey creek on which Black Can von is situated. and thay at once built arastras and woiked the mine for two vears, dttr-1 ins wnicli time t'.iey extracted, acror-1 ding to Pcralta's books, over j,000 in gold. Three times the Apaches stole the i Horses ami . mutes irom ire reralta cf his girls," gave this rather crush- party and harassed the miners so iugieply: "Certainly; which would much that they abandoned the mine, )VOU prefer, the waitress or the cook?" which then laid tin worked until 1870, . , . . , T , 'I The widow alker, of Pleasant vhen a party of Americans worked it i- .. r i fJ : 1 ' allev, I i , aged to, is cutting a coin for several months, taking out alxiut , , , , . .. ' , , , i plete set ol n--v teet'a, a')ove and below. $21,009, by arastras, until the silver I it . : .. i . 11 r J 1 i Iter l:lvs ti:le li:mifil tier fur un nr excitement in tho Br.ulshaw moun- , tains lured them away. Iu the fall of 1377, J. B. D-Toche sorted over the , ore left on the dump by previous 1 workers as worthless and worked ID tons, which paid $1'S per ton. Pur- i ing the present year M. I.. IVr.ilta & j Co. worked three tons from the mine which paid in the Phenix mill a tr:!le over $ 100 per ton selected ore from j the bottom of the old workings. j The ledge runs nearly north and south and crops out Ixildly above the , the surface tor several huumln d feet, ' where the principle work is done, ' showing at intervals Tor 3,000 feet. I The main shaft is worked down in the ; old Mexican sty'c, by benches, to about 90 or 100 feel, and is not tim-'. bered, not being in a safe condition : ,s :'ir H.(J a year t,y selling for work. The main opeuins is made ' P'l'tr for ill .- curj of all where the vein is Si feet thick and lU-. For two dollars the pa the quartz has lieen taken out from ' ,kut receives six sheets of tisme p:u wall to wall an.l for 30 feet along the Pr, fire and one half by two, pasted vein. South of the shaft is a good l0-! t"l-'lUL"r ani1 impregnate-., with vir- cation for running a tunnel in on the Tein which would underrun the old ' workings and admit of .-tnpingout all 1 the ore to the surface. The quantity of ore in sight is enormous. Second- class ore on dump is estimated at 2o0 against C. W. IJarr, both of Eric count tons, which will pay from S12 to 13 ty, for fifteen hundred dollars dama- per ton. The quartz iu chimney in ! shaft for about 290 feet in length on ! surface will mill ?0. "Walls of vein I are soft slate. Vein runs down ne::r- ly perpendicular and shows every in-1 decation of pcrmanancy. Quartz is of a grayish white in which gold shows plainly, though richest por-' tion arc cupper stains in which not so much gold is visible. A good site for a mill can bejiad for the choosing on Turkey creek, anywhere from a mile cr two from the mine, from which to the creek the hauling would be down hill. At the mine there is no timber, but all along the creek is a good growth of cotton-wood, willow and ash, suita ble for firewood. A heavy growth of pine timber crosses the Br.td-haw mountains six miles west of the mine. Lumber and sawed timber can be bought at Pres.-ott for '0 per 1.009. The Nigger, Brown, Gille.-pie, Swilling, Mason and other gold mines which have been worked hy arastras in years past, are near the Yaleneiaua j at "ie w J"iug of their guardian. But and could furnish ore to any mill crec-j l',c human heart has no change like ted on Turkey creek that would work ; tl,:lt )f nature. It has no returning custom ore. 3Ir. Kielow, in conclu- springtime. Once blighted in its sion, states that all the facilities of ac-' llour o1' freshness, it bears forever the cess and working coii.-idered, he re. ' '"ark tf the spoiler. The dews of af gards the Yaleneiaua mine as one of -t lection may fail, :md thu' gentle ruin the most desirable gold mines yet dis- of sympathy be lavished upon it, but covered in Yavapai county. Sciailif- ,!ie stone root of blighted feeling will ic 1'res. The ox-train of Gregorio .Vr-ison y Baca passed through town on Wed nesday. It was loaded with mining machinery, boilers, stamps amalga. nintnri .to V. - tl. A, 7 " " 1 ' -"-'H. u iiii; Mill Co, on the Sonorila Uiv. r n,, Tubac and south of Tucson, Arizona l"m1' iiU"' Iu"lc ,,v' ,K rs 1,11(1 mining The total weight of the machinery is ! I!lL'" l c"uln,,ult! niiner.dogicMlspec 50,000 pounds, and the frei-ht alone, 1 lmen's for ",C 1,,us,',llu to " Univcr from the terminus of the railroad to i M!-v' wkicU WelK Karjjo & Co. have Tucson, at G' cents p,T p..:ud will !1-rt',-, to ""vard free of charge. We be :$,500. It'costs a small fortune to ' b"Vl: lllt'rt' ,vi" b" a St.A and gen start a mill in that country...!, Ye- VUm rtl:"IIMi to Jilis ciivular. The gut Guzi tte. j mining interests of this coast arc so j closely identified with our w hole so- Tue exlitor presented a bill foreight cial economy that it seems of the ut years' back subscription. The old ' most imporlanee that our chief edu fanacr was first amazed, then indig jcational fstabli.-hmont should be iu nant He put on his spectacles, scru- lo; a .-ssio:i of r preseuiivc mineral cab tinized the bill, and after assuring inet. We ought, on this oat, with himself that it was genuine, he ex- i very little eilort, collect the finest dis claimed : " I've been supiorting this ' I'lay of the kind in the world, and the yere pajier for nigh onto ek'ht years. ! library of the State University is just and I never had no such thing as that j "te place to keep it. Let every min flung at me befoie. I'll stoi sun- i Suprintendent and every miner p p in' it." A. max named Baptiste Matt was sentenced in Missoula, Montana, to pay a fine of one hundred dollarsand costs and to one day in the peniton tiary, for giving whLky to Indians. For tlte LncIieM. "Ir'ae never told her hive," but he knew all about it, for he saw the oth er fellow slide out of the side door as he came into the front gate. Scotch plaids in quiet tones are brought out in various qualities. This sty b: of dress material is considered fashionable for ladies' wear. "Spell love," said a young man to his girl one night. "V-o-u," she timidly essayed. The courtship has been a protracted one, but they are married now. Most of the beautiful dyed feathers sold in -v.-.v ;k iim.Ilt the gener.il term of Cas:ms, are chicken leathers imported from Nassau, in Holland, and dyed and manipulated iu this I country. A Pennsylvania girl waited a whole year liefore bringing suit for damages I against a man who kissed her without warning, and the crushing verdict of ' one cent damages took her breath away. Q-ieen M-irgtrcf, of It-.ily.Jis said to lc oae of those happily constituted people w ho never feel fatigue. Her life, full of traveling and public cere- monies, seems lo suit her perfectly; she has always a sweet smile and a oow hit everv one. An aristocratic papa, on b.ing re queued by a rich and vulgar young tellow for permission to marry "one three years, and the cause is now :i pareut iu the teeth which are coining through the gums. What an outrage that such an a'iliction (?) should be put upon a widow. MaJeinoseilu X meeting one of her old hoarding-school friends who hud jut been married: "Well, are you happy ? do you gel along well together?" "Happy ? j-es, without a doubt, but we-s piable a great deal." "Already', and about what?" "Paul pretends that it is he that thinks the most of uk', and Put very sure that it s I." Mrs. IJ j'lin-sin, win figured con-spieou-dy in the shootiugof Jones, the editor of a Chicago $:irir.iiistic paper. t;u's remarkable for expression, by u'inS ltft ovtr "'S't oa desk of 1" departed Jones. la the county court at Buffalo, X. Y., the suit of Mrs. Juliet Schraigle, ges for assauut a-.d battery, in kissing the plaintiff by force, was trird. Ad ditional interest was attached to the case from the fact that the plaintiff is about 20 yeats old, married, comely looKing, and was onec a domestic in the de feudent's family. The ilefend- cnt is no.v over 70 years old. The jury gave the plaintiff ten dollars. A ZienatirsI r.xtraet. The glory of summer has gone by the beautiful greenness has become withered and dead. ere this all, were there no associations of moral desolation, of faded hopes, of hearts withering, in the bosom of the living. connected with the decaying scenery around us we would not indulge in a moment's melancholy. The scene of flowers w ill come again, the streams will flow gracefully as before, the trees will again toss their cuiuberous heavls of greenness to the sunlight; and l.y mossy stone and windinj; riv- I u!l'1 c,""ig 1'lo.soins will itart up never again waken into life nor the crushed flowers of hope blossomed with their unwonted beauty. A -od Prcjrrt. The University of California is de. a iiuus loruiin an ore deposit collect- lo"' U1U ,li,s ls-s,llU 11 circular to that uu me coau son:i at ouce a spenmen of his best ore, and in p. few months we w ill have a cabinet worthy of our State pride. Strt l!,prt. A colony of Danes propose to settle u.'ir CoHax, W. T. MISCELLANEOUS. THE BALDWIN. Leading &s3oteI ! OP SAX FRANCISCO. Am! the mont Hirnntlv nppnfnteil liotel in the or'.tl. ovr 8l..Ui.U( ha vitiff bei'lt rxpin)d by Mr. HuMu ittin it mntriM-ti"n and fiirnih iotf. llai.-iiareri Army hdI Navy. 8rial Arromnmtluiiotts fT Fatnilit-a anl larirs I ir- tte. Inc the tume as at otbur tjrt-iart do tfln. $ t to ptr lav. Soecinl cuntracU will b nial for vrmaunit boarder. The hotel pa h anl fnuriirw in waltlnv at all toatft and milwav diMits. RiHm can Iw rvservt-U before arrival bv tM!irrnih. JOHN A. KICF.. I,ewe. Formerly proprietor of the Orand Facitic, VUi- r;iiri. Photographs. THE rXrE!t'-IC.XED CALLS THE AT tention oflbe oktie to the fact t'.iut b ?n- prrd to exprutu all work in bi line in Brit ckuuityle. Alo cimlantly on nana a Una Of ftortment of views of ARIZONA SCENERY Stereoscopic and BxIO lUe, contesting In part if Government Posts, Altec Ruiaa, Indians Cartnt, and other Character5 stic Scenery. At Luring's Biznr, Washington St.. I'henis nfi O. II. ROTHROCK. HARNESS & SADDLERY HAVING OPENED A SHOP FOR THE tnuuufHCtura of Hurnesa and Snddlerr, I am prepared to execute all work in tha t.ind tn ft FIKST CLASS MAXXEK. Fartncm and stock men will find It to tbelr In tenst to bestotr their patronage upon me, as none but first class tvurk is tnrocd out at niy estabUb ibent. One block nVove the tin bop, and atj' lining the Hkkali effice. ntf KDWARD O'CONNOR, Gunsmith and Lccksnilth , niExix K TT7AV t rSen lng 3Iarhines Strpsirrd. SjH'eial attention jriven to opening ami repairin;; safes, even when the combina tion is lost. Satisfaction runrnntccrl. Ojtlers by mail will receive Special attention. T. W. Pahkeu. Fresh Tilk. IS DELIVERED TtV TIIEt'SDERSIOKED tt rustooirrs in Pbenix and vicinity daily. Haviuir a large dairy three miles nurtb of town I can luiuisu 31ilk Freishcr and Sweeter Than ran be done by keeping your own cow. Give we a trial Orders left at the PostotCce Will ReceWe Prompt Attention. n9 W. L.OSBORX. SAM WING. 'ET LAUNDRY. Washing & Ironing Cheap. rOLISIIIXG X'EATLY DOSE. AdnntK Ituildiaic. street, Adjoining Oo'dwater's t2 n3tf T. J. Morgan, Curler St., one door east Tost Office, Preseott Arisona DEALER IN Diamonds, Watches, Clock?, Jew elry and Silverware, Spectacles, Gold Tens and Pencils, etc Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jewete ra. All leindd of Jewelry aud Silverware made from Na.ive tr.ll and S:lver. Kncmvituri ot every itfitoription. Sral l'ri-sM, ltibtion .Stamps. DUDLEY HOUSE, Ourley St, Preseott. Arizona, A riEST - CLASS HOUSE OH THE EUKOPEAX PLAN. New and clean beds for lodgers and ele aot rooms for families. FRED. WILLIAMS. Prop. Cracked Wheat and Barley. The undersigned respectfully ealls attention o the crist mill of Win A. llnnc.w-k now in njMatlun in Phenix, and state that they are prt-piiriMl to cxeuTe onit-rs in larire and small ii;iniiues. Custom work charipd for at the ra;e uf tnreuty five cents ir bundled pounds. t'. M. Blonkanl, ageuU MISCELLANEOUS. Express and Delivery WAGON! JJAVISO A WAGON BUILT EXPRESSLY fur the porpoaa I am prepared to do anything in the above line. Furniture moving a specialty. Oritur lpft on the vlnte nt thi Magnolia aa toon will rtfeeive prump attention. J. W. MARK LEV. McKEXXEY'S Lunch Room. OYSTER. AT MCKESXEY 8 LUNCH ROOM. Ol'EX ALL XKillT. qVAii CHKKEX. tuoo qounn leans for Sale. FROM AXn AVTER TO-DAY THE UK dcrslfrned will bare on hand for sule a larjre quantiTy of 11KANS of the finet quality fur sale in quantities to suit at the following prices; Retail ... 12 12 cents. IJv the sack - - 8 cents. 1000 pounds or over - 7 1-2 cents. OTERO 4 BLAKE. At the Mrat Market south of the HF.K.U.I) of fice and adjourning the Root and Shoe store Carpenter Shop. Joohfnpof all k'ntlf promptly attended to and and on tue must HEAXOXABLE TEUMS. Contract wnrk a specialty. Estimates furnish ed un application. Wnrkfhnp in the rear of the store of A. Gold oct a s store. w. n. MORRIS. PALACE SALOON JOIIX LABARR - Puopkif.tor AVuhington Street, rbeniz. "NONE BUT THE BEST" IS TDK MOTTO Which has securtd to thin rarorite establish ment its weU deserved popularity. Iu the fu ture, as in the past, my patrons will be served "N'OXE BUT THE BEST" WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS "N'OXE BUT THE BEST" And most skillful attendants are employed to administer to the wants of the gentlemen who faror me with ttieir patronage. The loo ition, between Hi PostofBce aud Courthouse, U the most convenient in the town ; in this, as in all ther respects. I will hare "0TE BUT THE BEST" n(5 estaurant . Capital Block, Ihenlx. BEST EATING HOUSE In The Salt River Valley Our Tables are always sup plied with the best to be obtained in the Market. Polite Attention Paid to finest C. Salaki, Tuor'n. MISCELLANEOUS. BOWEL'S Yeast Powders. We the andersg-ud Wholesale grocen take pleasure tn remarking the increased demand lor Biwens Premium Yeast Powder, and of te tifying to the general satisfaction plven bv this Brand: WEI.LMAX. PECK & CO. KMIT & SANHEK.SO.f. LEIDEN', WHIPPLE i CO. SIEHIl'S i CO. HAAS DUOS. TABEU. IIARKER & CO. J. M PIKE de CO. J. A. FOLGER CO. NEWTON, IIROS. i CO. w. w. nonr.E & co. M1LI.IKIN IlltOS. CASTI.E HKOS. KRl'SE i EULER. JONES & CO. M. EIIRMAN & CO. ADAMS, McNEII.L II CO. . DAXEItl & CO M. C. MANGELS. TILLMANN i BEXDEL. ALBERT MAU t CO. BOOTH &CO. ALLEN t LEWIS. KELI.EPIANE & CO. THOMAS JENNINGS. S. FOSTER & CO. BOWE3J BROS. MANUFACTURERS. 10 California Street, San Francisco BO WEN KNOWLES & CO. Treseott, Agents for Arizona- The Bradshaw Mountains IS OUR PLACE OF BUSINESS. DON'T GO TO 'rescott. For we will sell you goads BIGHT AT TOUR CABIX DOCK LESS MONEY ! Tha you can 1bt at Preocott and traaspert Ijem komo. Wc liaye depots nt Gilette, Tip-Top and Took District. Mining Men take Notice ! And sayc tlic bother of packing, The Loss on Time, and Actual Cash, by buying of ANDRES & ROWE. Tha Magnolia Saloon. BRIMS0N & t0. ... PranriUors We would respectfully notify the nubtie that we haTe opened a Saloen in the new FRAME BUILDING on the Corner of "Washington and Montezuma, Streets. The rery best jnatity of Wines, Liquors and Cigars alway on ksud and sold at prices to suit the times. Tire on a call. 10-tf J. A. filler & Co. McMILLENVILLE, ARIZONA DEALERS IK General Merchandise. OROCERIES. DRV GOODS. CLOTHINO. ROOTS AND SHOES HATS. CAP. TINWARE, HARDWARE. i LASS WAKE, CKOCKEUy. IItl(iS. Cigars, Tobacco, Powder Iron Steel, k Fuse. AIJ0 A tn line of COOKING and IIEATINQ STOVES, and Hollow Ware, which we offer at Bed Ruck Piiices for cash Our stock of "Wines and Liquors are unsurpassed. As we bny for cash and sell on the same terms, we feel confident that no hotina in the West can compete with us in prices aud quality. MINERS-OUTFITS A SPECIALTY 9Cull and see us and be conTipced-AI no H It PIIESCOTT. New Saw Mil), Two aud onc-lialf miles south of Preseott. Having now connilclctl, and in full operation, my new Saw 51 ill, I am prepared to fill or ders for Merchantable, Clear, Surfaced and Rustic Lumber Matched Flooring, Casings, Mouldings, l'anelinjrs and Shingles OF THE FINEST QUALITY In short, everything in my line for the construc tion of FIRST - CLASS BUILDINGS TEZ13IS: Cash on IeIIvery. All orders sent by mail, or through the merchants prompt attention. Geo. W. Curtis. T. C. 1'AltkLER. C. A. rAHKF.lt. l. G. WII.ET" Clipper Lumber Company TTTR CLIPPER MILLS LUMBER COMPANY, h-iro e.fablihPd a new LCMltKK YARD nn tlie wt nirifi of Granite Creek. erner McCormifk and GarlT streets, in Preseott, where the proprietor will alwavs hare on band all kinds of Builrtiof Lumber. llavintj jnt addetl Planing; and Shingle Mactiines, w are now prepared to furuiob Dressed Lumber, Siiixgles, Etc.. Etc.. Etc. AT TTTE LtlWEST LIVING RATES. The Hills are situated in the finest body of timber in Ya Tapai county, and hare SEASONED LUMBER. ALWAYS ON BAND. IT Particular attention riven to orders fmr CLEAR LUMBER, and bills will be ailed with disratch. F. O. PA IIKER, Man&(er. PHENIX Fluriong Mills. Northwest Corner Motitenuuua and Jefferson Streets. Smith & Vo8lsey - Preps. X.VXI'OaCeCnES EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR. GRAHAM FLOl'R, CH ICKED WHEAT, CORX XXAL, C.IOP FEED, BRAX, SHOUTS, EM. All of which is kept con stantly on hand for sale at Lowest prices. This mill is supplied vrith new and improved ma chinery, and second to none for manufacturing a choice article. Libera Trice paid (or lVUat. LEGAL. General l.es Mining Ca an Looal ioa of rineiai p!aetj tualuase. Francisco, Calilornia. Jjoeallun af . Glebe district, Aria,aa. Nnuc. is hereef mm that at a tneetief of the Brd of Iliseeawa. Laid on the IS.h dar of October, in, aa m eMiaent. No. 3, of twcilv-lTS mmmm ft share) was levi.d urnm the capital stock af the eer. rati'in, payable immediately ia Uaited States) iro4d coin to the Secretery, at the) office of the Com4iny, Rooms 10 and 13. Ka. 310 Pine street, San Francisco. California. AnvsUick upon whih tnie aaseumeat shall remain unpaid on the Th-rd day of Uecemhor lt?d, will be delinquent, and adrvrtistd far sale at public auction; and unlM payment ia made Ic fore will be sold on 'H ESl'AV. the 31st day ot DECKS! It hit; UT.fl. to pay the de liqiiuettt assessment ttgether with cost of ad vniiins: and exinite. ol sale. By order ef the ttoard of Oirectors. THOS. E. ATKINSON. Secretary. OrtBC-a No. 310 rine street. Rooms 10 aad San rranmco. Caliiornia. 12td PUBLIC SALE. Notice of Adminis rahir sale of Real Estate: Nutit-e ia hereby Kivrn that iu pursuance of an order ol tin 1'tobute Lourt ut the County of Marie )a, Territory of Arixona, made m tha JO;h day ot July. A. 1. lcTTa. in the matter ut the estate of V illiam Rowe, deceased, the via. dersirne'l, the adtuiui.trator of the a. id estate, will srll at puolic auction, to the bi(brt bidder f,ir cash, and subjcl ti conf rtniitloa by said Probate Court, on Mondity the 23d day !. ceniuer. A. I. , 1:-?, nt '2 o'chw-k r. m. at tb Ctinrtboiise In town uf Pheuix County uf Mar ictipa, all the right, title, interest and -tu!e of the said V ill.am Rtsre. at the lime of hi death, and all the righ. title and interest that l he said estate of the said William Kuwa at tbf time ot bis death, and all tb right, title, and iutcre1 uf the said tstat- has by ojivratioB of law or othrrwisM a iiiired other thru or ia addition 10 that of the said Wiliiatu Kiw at tho time t-f his death, ia aud to aa uudirided ona half ot that certain mine called the "Limu." Aa undi-.ided one-iuart.r (I 4 interest ia cao ledge or lMle ot q.iartz known as the Uacken k, and an undivided oue-half (l-d) iatorest in the rtar lode, situate lyiiigaod being ia th Uttte v.rreK Mining- 1'i.iiici. J4ancoa County, 'IVrritory of A.uona. Tcrmsand conditions f salt: Cusli in U, S. currency attimo of aaleor ('Jtl duvs time ujon approved seturity. xccu at tne exiicnsc ui purcuaacr. Fka.M'M A SlUW. Adtntnistmtur of the estate of VV illiam Rowe. dcccHMrd. Phenix. December 7th. l?7d. Treasurer's Notice. Notice is hereby vivcu that there is Bow la thi; Sinking Fu..d ol Maricopa county the sues of $Jl5 aud Ihut bids will be r.ceirrd by the UMite reigned un:il o'ciik 1. M., naturday the tfl.t iusr. tor tne surreudt-ruf Couuty War r.uits on the General Fund ot said ewuutr, na iler and a chiding to the prevision of aa act of the Lei.lalure of the Tenitory uf Arixona, ea titled an "Act to facilitate the atuent uf tha debt or Maricopa couuty," approved February Jth, Ir77. Ittds must he tn the form ol sealed pruposala and cootaiu the warraitls piM.puvd lo Ov sur rf ndered aud be marked "aiukina: Fund." ho bid will be received fir more than the par v al oe of the warrants pronsed to be surrendered. J-UANC1S A KIIAW. Treasurer. Phenix, A. T., December 7th, 18Tb. Wood Yard. Ilnvintr rsUb1tshe4 Wood Yard I am pre towc to Airuish good wovd on short aottee S4 Per Cord. Orders left at the pnt office will rTiT pnpmpt attfUtinn. XV . K. Mowrll. aw Hills ASO Lumber Yard, THE ATTENTION of every one is invited. AVe sell all kinds of lumber for CASH. We sell all kinds of lum'jcr for Barley. "e sell all kinds of lumber for Flour. Yt'c soli all kinds of lumber en. eap. 200,000 feet of lumber ia town. 500,000 feet at nr 2CUL Remember ITe never refuse cask. CLARK & ADAMS, PreBCott. H. S. FITZGEKALD i CO. Yl'M.V, Arizonm. Forwarding Merchants. Prompt shipments of all freight con signed to our care. Wholesale and Hetail Dealers la GROCERIES, UliY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, AND General Merchandise, Of every Description. tSyVe cannot be Undertuld for tilth vol-2.n1 WEEKLY BULLETIN Contains all the Stta Francisco, 8tat and Coast Kevrs ot the week, while iu ttx tenure eurrtflMndeiice and Yulutninousdtupatrh keep ite leaders advised or ail important events of the world. The MERC II ANT. tha MINER. the MECHANIC, and the FARMER cannot af ford to be without it. It Financial articles. Min ing stork and Market reports are accurate, and its Agricultural Department is made an Impor ant feature. Single subscription, (3 per year: six months $I .V). Clubs of ten or more, to one ad-d.-ess, will b furnished at ii 40 per C'py per year, and oae c-'py free to tii partj getting op be Club.