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HEXI-VECKLY EB1HOX. NXurday March H. 170. j Rvmi&nee oTa Vonne A young man froiu one of the back towns cauie in to buy a pres ent for liii girl last wtekv His won dering' gaze being fixed by "the' gor geous (lLpl:iy of a dry goods win dow', he filtered the store and bash fully stopped in front of a pretty young lady behind the counter. "How much arc those?" he in quired, pointing at a pair of hand-fconiely-uiadc nickle-plated pair of garters in the window. "Seventy-five ceixte" replied rtl-.e young lady, sweetly, handing out the articles in question and blushi'ig slightly.,, ;.-txi.n i: 'I think they are pretty, don't you'-inquired the young man an xious for somebody else's opinion. "Very, """replied the young miss; "they are the latest style, "Everybody, wears them, don't they?" continued the young man. "Almost everybody," said the young lady, affecting an unconcern ed air. "I was going to get them for a girl that I know," said the young nuuv rarvausly-i ou- tUiiik she oroukf Bke them?' w v ' "I should think she might I don't know," Returned the young Lady blushing again. "Well, I don't know myself," Buid the young man, picking up one of the dainty articles and exauiin ing it closely. "You don't suppose they are too large, now, do you?" ;Whj- I I," stammered the young lady, the blush growing deep- er." - j "They seein sorter big like," con tinued the young man, not observ ing her confusion, "but, of course, I wouldn't "be certain. She's mid dliu' size, but not very fat, and meb be these things would be a little too loose. I should think she was about your bigness if these would fit you of course they'd fit her. Now, just suppose you try them on, and if' , . v,...S -.behind the counter in an awful voice that lifted the young man's hat on the end of his hair, "you are insult ing!' and she swept away to the rear of the store, leaving the bewildered young man standing in dumb amaze ment, holding ju. his hands wh;ii he Opposed was .beautiful, -pair of bracelets. ' : And when one of the men clerks came and explained his mistake, the young from the back town struck a direct line for his team, and in a very brief space of time was tearing to ward home at a rate that threatened to irretrievably ruin the old family horse. He won't buy any more bracelets HOW until he's married. The difference between an Indian tramp and a pedestrian is, that the latter hires a hall. The princess Louise has offered a reward of 5 for tiiplets; and now why does Lome let the mouey go out of his own family? The remnants of the ChVyennej have arrived at Sidney, where prop er accommoditiona for their starving to death have been prepared. The city editor of ihe Des Moines Register, in speaking from experi--ence says that "the beauty of a "young man's parting" his' hair in the middle is that it gives both cars an 'ifcoual chance to flop." Courier-Journal: It was at Clif "ford, Indiana. A revival in the Meth odist church was in progress. An Elder of the christian church was invited to": pray. He accepted. He 'took 'advantage of 'the opportuuity -to introduce a piece of religious enter prise of his own. Into his prayer he incorporated his views on babtism as contradistinguished from the uie thodists;whereupon the alert minis ter iaflharge promptly iuvitedhim to halt. The Postmaster General has made an order which took effect Jamiaiy J, ISTJ, that any description of matter produced by the ty pe writer electric pe:i, papyrograpb, and man" jfold procesbess shall be charged let tor rates of postage when sent in the mail, and that first-class matter shall bo held to embrace manuscript' except book manuscript passing be tween "&uthoi s and publishers, and j joofbheoU, or:a fac tlm'.h of ti e came, except lithographs and photographs. MISCZLLAXEOUS. SALT KIYEll .Flouring .M ill. tf ' " 'c. tl. VEIL, Prop. ! I The Largest and Best Mill in the Territory. OFFERS FOn SALE ALL THE BEST GRADES OF FLOUR In quantities to snit purchasers The ful.VwiDir brands constantly on hand: XXX FAMILY FI.Ol'R (warranted.) KXTKA FAMILY EXTRA SI I'KRFIXE, OKAHAM. CKACKED WHEAT. AI-SO ; Bran. Short and Middliisff. QPFCl.iL ATTF.XTIOX INVITED TO MY XXX Family Flour. Every sai-k .f which is puami t-'ed equal to the be.it mannfuctured i-i ihe Terrirory or money refunded. Having a large stuck of hand, purchasers will do well to give me a call before purchasing elsen here. y PRICES LOW AS THE LOWEST. Highest Price Paid for Wheat. 21 Restaurant. Capital Block, Phenix. BEST EATING HOUSE Is The Salt River Valley. Our Tables are always sup plied with the best to be obtained in the Market. Polite Attention raid to tiacsts 8 C. Salaki, Pkop'k PACKER & MCKENNA. Ou WaTnigton stree in the old Capitol Build ing has beeu Refitted and Kefm-nislied. -STAKING IT THE MOST ATTRACTIVE - place ill l'henix The Parlor sdjqiuinfr fontaius games capable fuamusing the ntost fastidious. Carpenter Shop. Jobbing of all k:.nds promptly attended to and aud on the moot REASONABLE TERMS. Contract work a specialty. Estimates furnih ed on application. Workshop in the rear of the siore of A. Gold berg's store. W. It- MORRIS. Express and Delivery wagoni J J AVISO A WAGOXBUILT EXPRESSLY for the porpose I am prepared to do anything in the above line. furniture moving a tH'cialty. Ordnrs left on the slate at the Magnolia sa loon will receive promp attention. J. W. 9IARKJUEV. New Saloon. We would respectfully notify the Tublic tha we hare opened a new saloon in the building Opposite the Postoffice. And intend to keep it as a saloon should be v kept. Th very best quality of . WineM, LiqaorN, and C'isare. ALWAYS OX HAND. avd sold at Trices to suit the Tlnit-s. A Itndftoiiiply furni-.iid Club rocm attached for tho use of our p:itn.i . , UrsCKLLAXEOl'S. The Bradshaw Mountains IS OUR PLACE OF BUSINESS. DON'T GO TO For we will sell you goods RIGHT AT YOUR CABIN DOOR FOR LESS MONEY ! Than you can buy at Prescott and transport them home. We have depots at Gillette, Tip-Top and Peek District: Mining Men take Notice ! And save the bother of packing, The Loss rs Time, and Actiai. Camh, by buying of ANDRES & ROWE. VV. t. LEROY, MANUFACTURER of Artificial Limbs! md Deform It laratu. Ap- a fir C'vjT F ot, Fow Leg .Spinal C'urv;ttur, Shorten, e.l Limb. Uip IjiaeHS We;ik Joints. ami Elastic St:'Ckiiirs, Support ers. Tru-ses t!rutihs. A C A nw and superior S"s pensory bai-dnire vri'e S;l" Hew elastic Truss C"ii b snt bv mai'. AHT-KI-CIAI. LIMBS and API'A ItATlTS can b: mnd fnnn measurement Send for Measure b'aTiks with in stru. tiolis. or for Catalogue "A." Address . O. LKIsOY, Northeast Corner of Clark at-d Madi-on Sts, 20 CHICAGO. Tha Magnolia Saloon. I MORROW & CO. Proprietors We would reapeetfully notify the public tha ire hare opened a Saloon in the new FRAME BtTILDIXO on the Corner of "Washington and Montezuma Streets. The verv best quality f Wines, Liquors and Cigars alway on baud and sold at prices to suit the times. Give us a call. intf Merrick & Lutgerding Are now reoeivin a mil assornmpnt of Iron and Steel Together with a large lot of the bjst NEW JERSEY TIMBER, And are prepared to do a general busiess. in BLACKSMITIIIXG REPAIR WORK. Shop at the old stand Frank of Cosgrove r.est of Flour mill, where you can getanything repaired. Horse and Mule Shoeing-, by the best Veteri narinn in the Territory. T 5-tf Til E, Chicago & North -Western RAIL. W A Y , The Great Trimli Ilne from the IV est to Chicago and the jKast. It is the oldest, sh'trtpst, most tlireet. con venient, comfortable and in every reject the hst line you CHn take. B It is the (rrt:itJ8t and (rramlst railway orga uization ia the United States. PULLMAN HOTEL CARS AHK Itl'S ALONE BY IT TIIHOUUH BETWEEN Council Bluffs & Chicago. No other road runs Pull nut n Hotel Cars, or any other form of Hotel Cars, through, between the Missouri lliver and Chv-rio. I'AfSKXKlf!" 4VO(Xi EAST should bear in mind that this is the Best Route to Chicago AND ALL POINTS EAST. Insist that the Ticket Aeent eJIs yon tickets bv the N-rth-Westerii Koal. Kxiraine your Tickets, and refuse to buy if they do not read over this Koad. All Agents sell them and check usual bug grace free by this line. ThroTiarli Tickets via this Route to all Eastern Points can be procured Ht tho Central Puifio Kuilroa' Ticket Oflioe foit of Market S reet. and at 2 New Mon'jfoinery street. San Frnt'CTSiio, and at all Conpou Ticket Olliees of the Central Pacific ltailrond. . MA U VI IICOIIITT, (ineral Manager. Chicago. W. II STKXXKTT, vol Jnol tieucrul l'asstfiii'or At-u. Chic.ujo. rRESCOTT. New Saw Mill, Two and one-linlf miles south, of Prescott. Having now completed, and in full operation, my new Saw 51 ill, I am prepared to fill or-dei-3 for I Merchantable, Clear, Surfaced and Rustic Lumber Matched Flooring. Casings, Mouldings, Fanelings and Shingles OF THE FINEST QUALITY In short, everything in nvy line for the construc tion of FIEST - CLASS BUILDING S Cash on Deliver-. All orders sent by mail, or through the merchants prompt attention. Geo. "V. Curtis. F. O. TAHKEK. G. A. I'AIlKEIt. J. G. WILEV. Clipper Company TTTR CL-lPPEft MILLS H'M II Kit COM PA X Y, have established a new LCMBEU YARD on the w.st piiIm of Granite Creek, corner McCorinick and (iurl y str"et. in Irestroit. where the jroprietor will alwiLVS have on hand all kinds of Tiuilain- Lumber. Huvtny just aildt-d Pinning and Shicgfe Machines, we are uow prepared to furui.h Dressed Lumijee, Shixgles, Etc.. Err., Err.. AT THH LOWEST LIVING RATES. The Mil! are sitmitrri in the finest body of timber in Ya- vapai citmty. and have SEASONED LUMBER. ALWAYS OX HANI). r-3 P:trt!'nl;ir nttenrion pivn to or.Itrs "r Cl'.KAR LL JIBER, ami hil's n ill be filleil with ili.-ratch. F. G. PABKER, Msmifrr. Saw Mills! Saw !ILLs! AND LUMBER YARD. CLAIiK & ADAV.? J'renciitt. T. J. Morgan, Gurley St., one dooreaat Pot Ortice, Prescott Arizoua DEALER IN Diamonds, "Watches, Clocks, Jew elry and Silverware, Spectacles, Gold Pens and. Peucils, etc. Watchmakers and Manufacturing' Jewelers. All kinds of Jewelry and Silverware made from Na.iveGr.ld and Silver. Knif ravines oi cTery deecripthtn, Si-al Pr-ss-'S, Ribbon Stamps. DUDLEY HOUSE, Gurley St., Prescott Arizona. A FIRST - CLASS HOUSE ON THE EUKOPEAN PLAN. 3 Neit and clean beds for lodgers and ele -Ait roomi for families. FRED. WILLIAMS, Prop. n. S. FITZGERALD & CO. Vl'MA, Arizona. Forwarding rskrehants. Prompt shipments of all freight con signed to our care. Wholesale aud Ketail Dealers in GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, FANCY QOODS, AXD General Merchandise, Of every Descr'iVien. 3?irc atnnot be Undersold for cash vol :! nl JOB ritlSTIXG. HERALD Job Office. Pamphlets, Receipt Books, Bill Head?, Letter Heads, Legal Blanks, Ball Tickets. All Kinds of work for Canal Companies. Flyers, Programmes, Circulars, Wedding Card:, Business Cards, Labels, etc. PRINTING DONE TO ORDER, With yeattus and DinpatcJi. -VPON THE- 3f oat Reasonable Terms. A'D AT THE LOWEST CASH RATE. LEGAL. Proposals for Transportation. IIEADQ'K'S l;KPT OF ARIZONA. liffK'K CHIEF QUAUTKUMAjSTEK rr tw:t liarru" hs. A, T. Marel. 1. 1879. QKAl ED PltorOsAI-S IX TKIPI.1CATE, with a copy of this advt rtiiiiieut attiirhtd to eii-h uuinbor theivuf. ar inviifd anil will lie let-eivttl nl this oil'n-e until 1- o'eltiek, noon, Jlnn.hiy. yia c :t'st, J7;t, when the injisal8 will bt?iublicly oiieil forthe triinspcrtiiti. uf j pub ic proi erty i th;s artiiient nuni.tr 'he n.-Oitl ear innnineaciuir JUiy i, in., uuu trim-ing- June 30, lirt-t), ver the route i" this De pitrtnit-nt a?, st lorth in peiiif atiniis: whirl) witli blank tonus of proposals will l e finished bidilors .n ipi'litiat.on t. this ortiee, or t the iii:irterm-stt?rs at Yuma ami Tucson depots The a tentittn of bUMets is especially called to tbe xeqtiir-uienta ot tbeespec (Uatios. No prom5iil will 1f oon.i tered unless the ib nt ty ai.d rtspo sibility ot'the bidder an lr.a pr.nr .ii'tors uic certified theretm by a United fjtiit s otliiier, or local civil nihjritraie. Tha Gove.umeut reserves the rijrht to reject the whole or any part of any or a. I proj.osal submitted under this advertisement, and to eons der separately the rates s'ated in each ; proposal, over each route, and to or from each depot, post or place mentioned in tne specmca tions, and from or io any of the starling' poin'S or places of delivery therein mentioned: sub ject to the action of higher authoiity as to award of contact. Envelopes oontyininir proposals to he mark ed ''Proposals tor T:ansporta!ion," aud ad dressed to the uudersitri)' d. OEO. II. "WEEKS, Chief Q't'r. Department of Arizona. Proposals fox Fuel, Forage, Etc. HEADQ'R'S DEPT OF ARIZONA, OF ARIZONA, ) !EF tii:.4UTEItMASTER i.. T.. Feb. 14, 1879. OKFICK OF CHIEF Presoott Barracks, A Sealed proposals, iu triplicate, subject o the usual eondi iot s. will b reeeived at this of- ! tice, until 12 o'clock, noon; mi Monday, March ! 17th, lh71,at hi'-h time and place they will bo opeu d in pr-senc f bidders, for furnish- j in-r and tielivering- Military Supplies during I th fiscal vear eotmi eiu-intf Ji;ly ltt. 1879. and etidinif June 3V 16). as follows : Hard and soft (!, cm. barley, bran, hay, sTravvana charcoal, or such o- said j-upp ies as may he t-qtpred, duriuff he fiscal far ni-ntiond at Camp- Apa'be, Howie, Grunt, Hu.ti h ica, UwpII. Mc 'mv l, Mojave, J. A. timber. Photuas end Ver-.ic; and at Whipple and Yunia Dep ts, A. i'., and at P'-n Yun a, litl IrposaIs for ei'her class of th1 stores mcr- j tioiit d, . i f. r qua: tin-- lees than the wh de j rc-Miirrd, wirl t. r-C'ived I The govern uit: t rrsrves the right to reject ; an .- or .1 proposal . A pr fereutre j m 1 uti fj;veit toun.Co-sot domestic produc tion. H ank propos-ils and printed eireufars, stat ing t--e kind and e--ri nuiied qnantifica required at each d-pu ;md jM.;.t, and 'ivinjf ful- ir.ntruc tiot.s as o the m. inner of bidding conditions to be observed bv t'id'-iers. and terms of contract and pi.yinenf. will b fnruisheii on application at this utUee, or ! ti:e qunrterntaster ai ai y of the depots and posts uumed- Envelo es cou tuiaiug proposals stiotild b marked " Propo sals for harlry, cm, wood, etc.'7 a the case may be) and addressed to the un lrriirned Local pr: -p-als, to be addresed to tli ' Quar tertaasrer of lie depot or o.--t lor which the b'd is intt-not-d, ahd marked ;s a ove, UiH be re oeivttd. t;E( II WEEKS, M-'jor atd Qu.irtermster, U. S. A.iny. 62 FKOPONALS FOK BEEF AXD 3IITTOX. IlF APQUAKTEItf T'El'A i;TM EXT OF AltlZOXA, Utlice - f (Jnief C -iHi-n issarv of Subsist euce. Pkescott. A. T. Feb.uary 10th, l&',9. SEALED PROPOSALS, in triplicate, with a opy of this advertisement attached to each, will be received at this otlio and at the oilices of tha Acting Assistant Commissaries at ea -h of the posts named herein u-i'il 12 o'clock noon. Moi.day. March I7ih li?7i). tor the sup ply of such qiiiiiitiiirs of B ef txuA Muton on the block as may be fioin time to tini" ictpiircd it: I 'an-.ps A pacae, how ie imnr. 11 Uiichuca, Lowell. McDowell, Mojnve, Supply, Tiuunm. Verde, and Fort W hippie A T.. and Fort Yuma. Cal.. lrom July 1st, to June 3Uth, IfO. Illauk forms conditions. eftimaTes. A c, furnt-hed on appiication to the Ai:tit.g Assis: aut. Commissi: ic3 a any of th. posts uhova named or to the undersigned The c.-ri'ra ts to be made ii!id-r this a. : vet Tism tit xbll u t be oustriied li invo.ve I'i'ited Stares in any obligation lor pa no lit in txcessttf be appropriation granted by Congress t.r the pur pose. CI1 AS. P. F-A O AN. Capt.et.d C S. Xotice, In tbe Prob.i'e Court of Maricopa county. 1 1 eintory vt Artz-ma. i In the matter ol the E.-taie ol Levi Pitts, do eei:eel LTi'.Sl'ANT to an order of said court, marie --- on the 2'th day of Februa-y. J7Lf, nufiet j is li-rcbv given that Moi.day, the 3ist ilny of i March. 'A. I. 1871. at 10 o'clock a. m. of said . day, at the coiirr romi of fatd c. tirt. ut the town of Phenix. in said county of Muncnpu. have been appoint d as tlie time and place tor ) proving the will ot said Levi l ifts, deceased, i and for hearing the application of J. K. Wliar ; ton for the issuance to h:m ot letters testamen tary. when and whrc c any person iu ertsted st the same. m::v appear and cmte. Dated February 27th. 1870, WM. A. HANCOCK, 3-4t Probate Judne and es-otlicio Clerk. Delinquent Xollec. Grand Canal Compauy. Location of principal place of bnsiuess, Phe nix, Maricopa. County, Arizona. Location of Canal, River Valley, A. T. Notice There is delinquent upon the fol lowing described stock, ou account of assess ment No 14, levied on the i5:h day of Febru ary, 1879, the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders, as fol lows : N-'ines. IE J Cartwright, J 1 Osborn, Wm L Osborn,' J M Bryan, T G Oreenhaw, E K linker, P S Moore, Xo. of Shares. Amounts. 12, 68 $'20 00 70 17 18, 19, 20, 2:, 75 23, 77 24, 7:1 10 00 10 00 73, 74 GO 00 20 U0 20 (JO 10 00 20 00 20 00 0 60 20 00 li 25 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 law and an order of Jas '-iray. 58 Jno A Culberteon, 2ti, 7 Jacob Meyers, 2, 5fi Jas Buck C son, 40. D4 Hardeuburg & Bo- vier, " 41 , 93 I Hiokev, 45 Mrs L E Martin, 97 Ke-vos R Cart- wrigh , 13 T ho Broekman, fii J T Porter, 64 And in accordance wi'h the B ard of Dire- tors, made ou the io:h day of Februar- , 1879, sn many shares ot s id s'o -k as mav oe necescery will be sold at pub lic uueiiou, Mt ihe office of the Company, Wiishu gr. n stre t, P enix. oa Saturday, the 2;'d day of Mar-di, le79, at the hour ol 10 o'clock," a m. id said da , to pay said deliu-qu-nt asses-meut thereon, 'cg-fther with the Cost of advertising and expenses of sa'e WM- A. HANCOCK, Secretary. 63-rd Xotice. We the undersigned, Trustees of School District "o. 1, in the county of Maricopa, Territory of Arizona, hereby give rotice that we will receive t bias and s: e- iiicatious for a public school btiildivtg for said district. Said building is to be ot bri-k, one story high, all walla i or less th n fifteen feet h gb, five ri' ds. ofDt.r room 4t'40 wiug rooms 40x50 center rising above wings We further give notice that we will meet at the court V use in s id district on the 5:h day of Aprd. i8"9. to receive a:d pub icly often ana consider all plans aud spiecijcations for saia building. Cost ot building not to exceed e:ght thousand dollars. W reserve the light to reject auy aud all plans. A. D. LEMON, II. H. LINYILLR, JOILN. T. ALjSAP. March 4th, 1S79. FOR SALE. The Livery Stah'a. bushic-sof J. D. Monihon with the stock of Buggies. Harness, etc. This ihriving business is lo'ated in the center of the town of Phenix. on the corieropp s;te Court House square, and will be sold upon the ii o't reasonable terms, as the proprietor is about to visit the old folks at home. Fo. particulars ap ply to th uudersigned. J. IV MONIHON. Phenix. A. T.. Ja-uary 23tl, 1879- Ton n Pponerty for Nale. The undersigned offers ttne blo-k of excel huit town proper v lor sale cheap for cash: It is locate. I two Ido ks sou h of the plaza. The propeitv is plan fd in alhufi and surrounded t.-v an . choie. r ( r iiv- ) iei c-. Fifty dollars worth of trait trees in nourishing couditiu, ou ;he property, Tiios. HowE. At thefuruiture factory, ulliu JEOAL. iiKiucnt Xotice. McMillen Silver Mii inp C nipany. Eo'-afiou of principal place of business, an Er-nci.-e n Cal. E cation of Works, Maricopa e.unty, Aii zona Tei l iory. N"ti'-e Theie are deliiniU'iit iiptin th fd lowinr dt'Scrib d stuck, ou aecounr ot s -ni-nt ("No. 'iie levifd ou tht t wnty-fenl ) day of November, 1H7H. tlie itcverat am.'Unts set opposite the names of th! resjtee live sliareholdeis, as follows: No. No. Names. Certif. Shares. Ain't. Hates S IT, Tr 1 10! KM) ." (U) Konhain, B li, J J lit 5 1 i.. Ferbush. W C. 2-' HI XV 12 . Uarhiu, J II, Tr 1742 )5 : 75 do do 1743 9Vr.- SH'.H; 2.1 Ea rence, V E, !73 3 Eavtou K P. Tr 2";8 12 . do do 2H'! ;M) 12 30 Eudwi-. T .1, 1! 148 lt 23 tK Mone. Jno J, Tr M73 30 12 So ' u do H:?4 lt!0 23 mt do do ldi-3 Jij 23 do do 1H33 f0 123 Vt Martin, Ella 1ir, o( 23 fK do do H.7U 100 23 ni Mcilmoil. Jno Tr t-3 21 i'3 Mir. hell. (ie II Tr 2K8 lOO 2" tNl Mcilmoil, Almira E 3t?J 100 23 f 0 do do 370 100 23 OO do do 372 100 2; 0 do do 5tj'8 0i 23 0 McCIe'land. Jno J 3414 IK) 23 OO McMinn, Jno 17:!8 30O 73 tM do do 17:U )( 23 W do do ti:t0 100 23 tm Martin, J M 226 30 12 3t do do 4&2 20 3 1H) do" do 3:i3 lt!0 23 OO do do 43 I(K) 23 (NJ do do S-20 23 T 23 no do 8-Jl 25 fi ; 3 MclJermot, C Y Tr ti) 100 23 do do 1(V6 13 3 73 Pettigrw, W J Tr 1H13 ldO 23 ml do do l!'4ti 100 23 HO f'helan, James Tr 14S 100 23 Ot) Pihdmrv, ; J Tr 713 10 2 30 Ilainey. Mrs A C l3i 23 li 25 SuiulerlatiL , '1 ht s Tr 2 8 100 25 Smnllwooo. E li 10:4 5 1 23 Southard, J li 1K41 JOO 23 0O do do J(i42 UK) 25 oO do do H-43 1O0 25 0O do do liy 1 100 25 0O do do 1K4S 1(H) 3 Of) do do Itilfi 100 23 OO do do lt47 lOO 23 OO do do 3u4rf lot) 23 0O do do Ih'IO put 23 rt do do ti50 100 2i do do lf21i 3tK) 75 ot Shcl hammer, IT Tr J7ti 4300 1123 id Silverberg, S Tr 17t; 1(K) 23 IK ri horp. J II li09 KH) 23 OO Wells. Olive t37 23 6 23 do do 38 25 6 25 do do 145( "t 12 3t Weitheinier, C II Tr 2135 1400 33.MM Ware, A ft 1242 t 13 t O Ilculev. liarclay (K-2 25 i 25 do do 2023 25 6 23 do do 2024 25 6 23 do ilt 2025 25 6 25 Warner, 1 C 109ri 50 12 5t And in accordance with law, and an enter of the ISaanl of Directors made on the twenty second 1 22,) day f November, 1878 many shares of each parcel of such Mt.ek as may b neces-ary will be sold Et public auction, at fh otlice of the Company. Room 24 Sate I.; it building. Sau Francisco, on Thursday, the ith day ot March 18i'J at the hour of 2 o'clock, p in , of said day, to pay said delinquent asses-ment thei f on, together w ;t)Cost ol ad Veitisinff and expenses of tie s:iie. A. C. McMKANS. Secrntary. Office, Room 24 Sa:e Deposit Buildiug- San Frauti.-co, Cal. Jeliiiqu02it -otire. Orand Canal Company: Location of principal place of businM, Phenix. A. T. Lot-anon of Canal Salt River Valley. There are delinquent ux n the following ili-cri-td ;ick. on aci-ount f ussersuient N. 13, levied on the 4th day oi Fehiuury, lt-7!. the seveial aitiounts s-t iipp .-ite the uauics of th respective inreholders. t'S lollows : .VitniC'. No. of CertificitTi. Aauutt.t dti. M J Cartwr:htT 12, ti8 20 tH J M Mt van. "lr. 19.20, 72 7:t. ',4 45 40 Th- s K I . rceiiht. w, 21. 75 20 HO E K linker, 23 77 SO (O .1 dm t'lrlwrNni, 2t, t7 20 o Har.U nbi.rg A: liovicr, !'., i'5 20 Wl F. L Mar in. -U.ev.s IM'artiVjJght, 13 1" Thomas rm-kn:ai. M. 1" 0 And in accordance with law ami an order -f the Hoard d Directors made on the 4th day ! February, 181. so many shares of the t-nul stork as iray be necessary, will be sold ut pub ic am tiort. at the tth nx the Company. Washington & rcet. Phe-ix, on Ttieslay. tb i5h day ot March. 18711. at tlie hoti ut 10 o'clock, a. m . of sa d day, to pay said delin quent assessment thereon, together with the coats i f advertising and expenses of the ale. WM A. H NCOfK". SenrWary. iaiiusr Xotioo. To whom it may concern: J. M. Drat e. orany others claiming interest in that certain mining' location or claim known a the KavoiUTE miu ittg claim sitwated in McMillen Mining District, Muricoi-a County, Arizona, this is to notify yt'U j that in accordance with provision of Mining Act j of May 10. 1872, and in compliance with tb re- qnirmeiits of said act, work has been don on said mining claim for one yeai past, ending on the 20 of November, 1878, by the undersigned. 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