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I THE PHOENIX HERALD. Proprietors Tii E THI TSI O F TIEE 33 ATT! Wo rise to explain it is necessary sometimes. It is said by a great many people that a lie is ji'.st its ' gool a the trulii v.-lien the difier euce is net known, and a lie put in circulation b3" no matter how unreli able part.es, is, if not orrLCled, taken for the truih. In Hie firsl jilaee the IIehaij) is accused by sev eral jealous papers of having the Leg5slativc?tnnlin:j and getti:ij ti.e Ep.nit Iy uufiir means Now, neith er the II krai j). nor John J. Gosper or C. E. HcClintcck, its sole propri etors, hive no iiitcrest.lurje or small, iicc'ly or indirectly, in the Legisla tive printing, the columns of lyin jealous newspapers to the contrary notwithstanding. The Democrat was given the job of printing by the Secretary of the Territory, and the law called for using long primer type, and not having timo to S'jnd to Saa Franc isco, offeied to buy a 70 K font of old long primer type that we had, which wc sold. Only tl is and nothing mr.re. Again we are aloo accused of cheating the county on our last year contract, !y publishing in larger type than called for. In only one ins:. nice in twelve months did we use larger typa than usual, and then on the express orders of R. S. Thomas the Sheriff, who wished the tax no tice to appear as conspicuous as pos sible, and the assertion is made that theJBonrd is not to blame, not understanding printing aud printeis measurement. The fact is lost sight of that Judge Alsap, one of the Board then, is a practical printer. At. the commencement of our coc fracr, we gave a bond of $1000 for its faithful performance; we hare complied with onr contract faithful ly, and all onr bills and work have been on the square. Baker has introduced a bilin this Legislature to prevent quackery. Oue.of the provisions exempts pe nons who have been practicing in the Territory five years. So this bill cannot reach one against whom a. warrant was caused to be issued hy merchant of riiocnix many years ago. FKEIGHTS AXD FASEg 1 AVe thought it impossible for a session of the legislature to pass without the question of railroad freights audf-trcs being brought up for consideration. Wc consider ac tion n this, very important subject, at the present time, premature. We have not yet forgotten the discom fort, dangers aa.l inconveu;;nces el a stage ride, we have vivid recolle; tions of the cost f the same, ariti until our memory fails, sre fdail be . content io let more than well enough alone. Of cir.e, we have no know ledge of the nature of the bill to be brought up for consideration of the present legislature, but it can be nothing but an attack on rutos of freights and passage as now charged by the Southern Pacific liailroad of Arizona. We shall strenuously op pose the bill, for we believe the time not yet come when it is'wise or pol itic to attempt interference with the affairs of a corporation which has done so much for our Territory and its inhabitants, and we confess to being surprised that an attempt should thus early be made against those who have benefited tliiscountry so materially. Freights and fares will regulate thenibelves. Competing lines of railioad will settle the trouble and make reductions, if any are necessary, bet'er than legislatures possibly can. A year hence will fee great charges iu this respect, and we are willing to trust unie to remove all diflieulties, and settle any vexed questions that may f.rise, as between the railroad and the people. Let us be Ttatful "Tor what we have, eyf-n if for a little time, it is' more costly than we tiiink it should be. Do not let us begin to Cnd fault with a good thing too soon. Let us remember a little while lonLr what we endured when there was no railroad. We now travel quickly; we have the comforts of fine coaches and sleeping-cars; we have no fear of road agents, r.nd we py imicb less money for much mere comfort, and yet vre arc not happy, but try to stir up sone excitement ; make trouble, and force those (o be entmies who desire in everv way to be our friends. This is a mistaken ' policy, and our private and public j interests demand thai it should be j abandoned, and at once, and we trust j that any a.ction on the pait of our I legislature at present, as against. ! railroads, v. iil, ly a majority of its .members, be deemed impolitic and univiso.-pru'jsoa Star. A letter received by one of cur fellow townsmen, from President Ni .-kerson, of tlie A. T. cz S. F llai!- road, states that and the A . Sc. P. freight per rail at Brigham City, on j or belc.re the first day of July, 1K.-I. j Bi igham City is on the left bank of j the Colorado, in the western cx- IrPmittf nf Am:'-!.o fn.inli. Arlvon-i ! and o:ilhe'J3di parallel. It isdistant i-.bout 130 miles from Piesco'.t, so that the Railroad will soon Lc at j our docis. An enormous swami of j laborers at work in the sradin ' tnd track laying of the A. & P. K. and thousands of additional laborers are coming westward to work on the line of the road. Democrat. The bill, just introduced to appro priate money to repair the road ever Antelope Peak iitova W:ckenburg, t a ooi measure irad thou;-.! j-.- a. Arizona's Eleventh Session At Work. What cur Representatives arc Doing. Frkscott, January 13. Hayncs' bill passed conferring additional powers to Board of Supervicors. Majority report of Committee cn Counties to division of Pima Co. was lost by v.ite of 12 to 12. Ayes B irton' Brown, Dunbar, Lurty, Xor t n. To Igers, Iiol-b, Bouthwick, S r:ith. Stead-nan, Woods and Wol lenburir. "ays--Bolao, Doran, G:fford, Hayncs, McCaMerty Mi-Cormi k, Roman, Samaniego, Snydi r, S'aarp York, Knapp. Most exciting and bitter debate followed on motion to lay report of minority on the table, which Haynes, McCaf ftrtj and Woods, of I'ima, Brown of Yavapai, Bolan of Maricopa, and Robb of Pinal indulged the division, obtained the floor and held it for half an hour. All motions to adjourn voted down and debate growing fast and furious. CanT.rU, Prescott, A. T. January 13lh. Ma.tersoa introduced a bill making the amounts stated in insurance pol c the measure ol damages against the insurance companies. ilso a till to fund the debt of Yavapai county. Pkescott. January 17. The time of the House was engaged this morn ing in the discussion of House Bill Xo. 1, creating the new county of Cachise. The divisionists have clear majority of three on tes-t vote On motion of Haynes to refer the bill to Committee of Whole, it was lost by a vote of 10 to 13. ".yes Uolan of Maricopa, Doran Pinal Gifl'ord, llayr.es, MeOaffert .ttonian bauiaiiiego .and Snyder if Pima, York of Apache, Knapp jf Yuma. Xayes Barton of Apache, Brown of Yavapai, Dunbar, Lurtj-, Smith and Woods ol I'ima, McCafferty of Maricopa, liobb of Pinal, South wick cf Mohave.Sharp of Mari copa, Steadman aiid Wollenburg of Yavapai. Much parliamentary skir mishing is now going on and the bill has been considered engrossed and nlacc.1 on final reading. Amend ments are now being offered to it. House Prcscott, January 13. Xo business of importance. The House in Com'' mittce of ths Whole ordered indefi nite postponement of McCafferty's bill to compel R. 11. Companies to furnish water free of tharge to trav elers and stock. Knapp gave no'ir e of a petiion to Congress to have all Federal and military prisoners confined in the Yuma Frison. Also, of a joint resolution for Commissioners of Immigration to write up the mining, agricultural and athcr interests. Also, a memorial asking Congress to establish a blanch mint in the Territory. Xorton gave notice of a bill per mitting the Phoenix Gas Co. to es tablish works at Pliceuix. Sayder gave nctice of a bill ask ing an appropriation for improve ment of Antelope Hill Koad, Yava pai county. Rogers introduced a bill licensing dance houses." Bolan introduced a bill amending Sees. CO and 31, Chap. 43, Compiled Laws. Gov. Fremont presented a petition from the Monument Committee at Washington, asking contribution of stcne for the . Washington Monu ment. Bill to repeal tax on net proceeds of mines is still in Committee of the Whole but may conic up to morrow. ci,a ii. Kill ere: ing Caliie county was referred to Co mit.ee on Counties. house. Pr.ESCOTT, January 19. Brown gave notice of a bi.'l to amend Chap ter CO, Section 1, Compiled Laws. McCaiic-ty 's bill, compt lliug rail roadj to furnish water to travellers and their stock, free of charge, was indeSnattly pottpoiitd by a vote of IS to 4. The bill for the repeal of the bul lion tax has debated for two houis In Committee of Whole! Haynes and 7iIcC'a3erty lor, Woods and Brown against. Committee reported pro gress and asked leave to sit again, txuxcn.. Hcrcfor.l introduced a bill to amend the General Railroad Incor poration A of February 14, 1379. Cornwall, an act to amend Kection 10, Chapter 5, Compiled La vs, relat ing to County Reci iders; also a bill '" resrulaie i ipariaa water rights in Yavapai and Apache counties, The Cachi.ie county bill coaies up lids afternoon. There is no le-isou why P.ohb's bill, encouraging fish culture, should cot be suppcrled by the entire legis lature assembly, as the members will do no violence to their political con victions ia voting for it. Then the prospect ol artesian wells in the Ter ritory will make fish culture very profitable. If the Santa Cruz did i not "ret too not in tiie summer tine. it would offer ereat facilities for the cui?ure of fuh but then this could be remedied by the introduction of ice. The Salt river offers even- ad- vantaare io this enterprise. btar. There is outstanding, at this date, United Slates currency to the amount of .IIG2,5S3,424. During Ihe past six months the redemptions of national bank notes have aggregated $"32,399 - C.;0. The national bank notes outstanding- amount to $343,219,543. The net increase of national bank note circulation during the year was j the President, and each of the Coun- ; to jOJ) per kia,. Some things can 'Marriage," says an ei change, "is ' cil.'ors, so that If .the Cenineilh.'is will 1 c one better than others, but youn kno'ty euostion." It is, indeed, keep their he-ids cool, they can be j me,i are not the parties to do them, but it's Lie". i sure ke('P xh-ir ann. i NTon isu-wu Herald. i : ARIZONA'S CRIMINALS. Report of tha TeriJoria! Prison ' ComniUsioners. , . -i special dispatch to toe UERA1B Pit escott, January 13. The rtport of tlie Ptison CoiiiuiU.-.io.iots for the past two years has been mjili', from which the following iulcrestin facts j have been collated: Xo. cf prisoners on hand at the j close of Vii'i was S3, again.-t 19 one j year ago; 14 received daring the year; one escape and two i;s; hargrd. Those incarcerated come from the I following counties: Pima, 12; Pinal, j 5; Maricopa, 5; Mohave, 3; Yavapai, j S. The balance are United States J prisoners. Their occupations are j laborers, G; cooks, :i; mechanics, 4; miners, 3. 'l iny are sentenced loa the follow i:ig causes: murder, 0 ; at- j tempt to -murder, 4; manslaughter. 2; robbery, 3; arson, 1; butgiaiy, 3 ; i rand laiccny, 11; assault, 1. The cost of running ihe institution j for 1S0 was 29,298.13 against 19,- ! 414.39 for 1S19 and $12,419.34 for i 1ST8. The average co-t per day per : man was: in id.S,?.: -ii ; jb.J, $2.19 and 4 3; 1S80, tl.lZ. Piovis- ions cost, per man, per d;-.y, last year 41rj cents. The prison is enclosed on t'.vo sides by a high board fence and the other sides by wails made by excavating The health of the pn-oners Las been very good. The bonds of the last appropriation sold f.jr CO cenU. Xo means being at the disposal cf the Commission, the men can not be made self sustaining, alih.iugh their labe-r co-.iid be uti'iizrd in the manu facture of furniture and wagons, using the mesquit and iron wood pe culiar to that section, and their labor would iu no w ise conflict with out side mechanic;. Trouble al tSie Crntcuui.il. Just now there is a belligerent dis play out at the Centennial mine, which, we trust, w ill not lead to any serious results. Tlie surface facts are these: Ir. II. G. Bond, of New York, President of the Ce.'.teonial Mining Company, arrived here a few days since, and after examining the affairs ot the Company, considered himself justifiable in discharging the Superintendent, ?dr. V. P. lleil ings. This dismisal Mr. lieliir.gs refused to rcccgnizc. Mr. Bund had already paid oil all the iv.cn, with the intention of temporarily suspend ing work until trrangenier.'s wrrc completed f r the erection of the mill. Mr. Helling-; i then c ir.ie to town, secured a numlier of guns, and returned to the mine, where he now holds possession, with a number cf arm -d men. Mr. Hond cl -.in:s justi fication of his proeedure that Mr. Ilellings has not obeyed the Com pany's instruct loss. As this matfr will come before the letf.d tribunal, tiie "bottom tacts "win oe given to the public. In the meantime, we deem it necessary to sav that Mr. Riotte, a man of large mining ex perience, wuo accompanies Jir. Bond for the purpose of examining the .ues of the Centennial ia order to ascertain the best method of re duction, pronounces tiie mine a valuable property. As soon at this difficulty is settled, it is the inter tion of the Company to proceed at once to erect a mill and continue the development of the mine. On the other side, Mr. Ile'lings claims that he has been appointed Superintendent for five years ai-.d it was expressly stipulated that he should not be removed by the Beard until so lie ill l ui iLicu;ii,e.,i.k. 1.1 ; neglect w s proven. Mr. Heliingsj challenges an jnves.igalion ot nig manageme i', and agic;c3 to resign in the event of any neglect or incom-, petency ueinj shown. 3ir. ilellings I also proposes to have the whole mat ter investigated in the court?, and agrees lo cheerfully submit to the ecision. But be is unwilling to gi ?e any party p issessinn ot a val uable mine iu which he is three-tilths owner. We hope this trouble will be ami cably adjusted, and, at all even s, that the right may prevail. Glube Chronicle. A reporter was permi'ted ia even i.ng to inspect a private letter fro. a ' Hon. B. H. Hereford. Thsc gentle- I Dim very clcariy defines his position i upon the question f county division, j He says he pledged himself in the j canvass last fall to vote for a divi- j sion, but he was not pledged to any j particular lines, lie is still ready ! to vote for a divi-siou cf the county I upon an equable ba-is, but he does not propose t give the whole csunty, j except Ti.eson, to Tour bstone. He and Gen. Rollins agreed upon a divi sion of the county before they left for Prescott, but he says when he got ther he found that four ef th Tombstone delegation bad swapped everything lo secure their point, agreeing to give therapital to Phenix in consideration of a division of Piita county which would suit their exorbitant demands. He die not be lieve his constituents expected him to cut the throat of Lis portion of the county. If they did, whenever it was properly made known to him, his resignation was at their service. He further slated that he male a fail proposition them afterwards, which they declined on tlie ground that they were committed to the re moval of the capital to Phcnix. He does not yet despair of a satisfaelory solution of the question, and thinks j the capital will be removed to Tucson, though possibly not during this season of the legislature. ; Tucson Journal. ! reri j's 1'reftj- i'risent. The Prescott Democrat says tlu.t J. C. Perry, Chief Clerk of liie Coun cil, lias maje a very nanusome ana j te(.(ll. -The nice young man there acceptable, present of a toot nig to ,,.,,, r!,U,l .!. nrici. of lits YSir A Lament Long ago, when I was younger, then i didn't have to hu.-tle 'Round to buy my wife a tmiinct every time the fashion changed; Or the latent things in stotkins, or a new sell-acting bustle I'm deranged. 1 Lornr ago the li'md Ihut cla-ped mine 1 Ji.-ul the other clrtSi)cr broken, Bllyjng various colored da-hvs and French .clock thai wouldn't tro, : I shr-.il ne'er fni--; the word that M.e might ju-t as well have spoken, j ramvly : '"Xu." i I.r.'ooi i'i-A r Jinieui:le. Tin- riAoni v,-:is co.riy lighted lie coi.hhf t s"c, he .-aid. And when he tried to k:s In r mouth lie liimost jo.- t his lieml Because Tiv;;s '-j.e.!i v,-i:t3. ou set Her lins wire rosy red But when lie wei t lo kisv l!i;.t mouth. Bis head i'eil iu, intt-a i. Derrick IJcfore ntttl After. Before mai nasi". With wondrous rare, She hecks the minor And bungs her hair. After i:?v: iagc, With ar.-jrr SIm- iri iitis li"r slii'iier And bangs her heir. j ' A -.vorann t- ttio !n-ly f.iltu-r v.rrt, ir,: r rn C(! w n- tier i alert : Ami s.i 1: rr niii"lae:!anr-. frrear :!!id Fill all, .-li;- f i'riil'uliy rtlii-ar.-. .1 ttii-r.i .-it!: .nA ei.iff.-t in h-r ( ;'!:'U.k:ij ef -in. S!e' fe.vi.."il I'ni .-.'l'1 ;t tn!'-lie irer h -it i?cn And tt-irii" a of -e:ii:ini u: iitnl (tow n '!-. '.- 1 .i:-;.iil.';i..1 .-ip- in !tie tjwii. 'I'fj - ii"l i;;li:rr :o: ii t atier .ruui-tl fi - a-i-.i:m:Ti n.-ki-ii i-l lilin. l'.ut Mtel'- r -r rb" tic pnrden i-vc. lie Ii. I t l.er tai e-T-li'-e v-ss very r.:vO j And ih-it :o il l t't ! o.-.ai:ct flic rm;-: to I !.r; i.v lhe v:iv-:lr- v heiit Ihi-tA - .eruv,-. ! .i;il cathftiaa i!e largest, ri e i nn--. j Se:ilii-i- t lie -oi-a-: inut e. iien t v. etoae ; '-'.I-,.' inn.; ci:e.' :.: ka a;n i.nuii il:iy ' '! a l -ti li i in b:? c Tl:ie-nni- shi' iY.fi otey. ! t!'- wiinein. Tl'i-! in iie.i cl- lii:!it. I ! , . .1.. I - .V.I. ...,t v.r. ..I .l.t j K.V-itair r:'-t ei.-.'. -tie hi'ii e---sp 1 (!!. I N jit ilay but tiuv: li vv'iii to ui'.1 priest lu The Tii or pri.--t y ll;n-u:"- ill r.ml heanl tier i-tory "'s -ometuiii et-c for yon 1 seeds vvh'eU you have vr-ry r.np.1' , --iiut fatLer "twonki Iil e.vii. oa .'iiile'r I bi'l Tile sin T.i try fi : '1 iie "v.ina i te Over tl'.e ::I::t eri those secu a?n:n; iui.e hcuiit-red them lar and r.icr. 'o-. vale and mountain The ."at!i -r a s vr-.-d: "Now I h.ipe from e T intiT von V. i-.rt n:is: xi-:.-. Til." I. --toil I i Voti ..:ii!.eT u ."er e-aii iti By uey j-enaa '-rt-iiek the -ciilt'-ii-d -eca--f onee li - .::iiiai town Oi :.;ii:: luiaoiie. I u-lnred to t'tiew. ' I never t:"::d to chew tobacco but once." remarked the Kev Mr. IJod- wc-11, '"I sh:-.;i never forget tiie cir cumstance."' - "Tell us at it," remarked a voung lade, v.'ho a few minutes be fore had bcc:. baptized by the rever end geuticu:.:::. "I was i v.-ry small boy at tiie lime and was a g: . :.t favorite of Daniel, a colored man owned by my father. 1 used to go out to Dan's cabin at nisilit and !!..: to his ghost stories until I was afraid to cross the yard to the big hou.-e, as the negroes termed our residence. One night, when the wind scattered tlie snow. Cakes around the cabin and while several large sweet potatoe roasted in the fire, I sat with old Daniel. Xo one who ha; been ruistid among col ored peoi.-lc can forget the comfort cf sitting around the cabin tire. The o!d spining-wheel , the hamper-baskets iu the corner, the red bedstead , and the dug-out cradle, all come back and defy the influence of glow- niir luture and sal t rutrs. L v.n was strikingly communicative on tii; nigiit in ijiiestiou. He had killed hogs that day, and the truth is, old D.in had been diinUing. "'Tom' remarked the old man.'ycr don' chaw terbikcr, does yer :'" "Xo, sir." "J)al's a pity. A boy who doesn't chavv- terbacker never will be a man j I'll bet yer can't spit over dat back i 1'V ! triet t." and I failed sistnullv." "Dar now. Doau yer know data ijnv wat ea;i-t Sj.jt win lu.vcr uc. a m:m? Ha! en' yer noticed how a m:in can suit ?" "Yes Kir." "Wall, wouldn't yer lika ler place yersef on do record, an' lai n ler spit like a white man "Yes, sir." "Wall, hrah, tak.' dis," and h? ct.t a piece of tobacco from a large- iwi t. "Smack dat in yer mouf, an' cha.v while de taters is roast in'." "I obeyed, mill in a few moments couid spit 'ike a man." 'Cum down on hit savage," he said. "Hit ha:d. Watch me," and li.- chewed vigorously. The lire grew exeee-si vely warm. I looked around, an 1 the hamper baskets seemed lo be turning over each other. "D.ian spit Lit out. Hit savaire. Chew hard, De victory is in sight. Is yer sick?" "No, sir; but but ." ''I had entca a hearty supper, but within three minutes from the lime I threw out tiie tobacco I was as empty as one of the hamper basket-;, an 1 as limber as the spinning wheel band. Dan sprea 1 a blanket on the floor, and, as I dozed oil' to sleep 1 heard him blowing the ashes from the po tatoes. I never have taken another chew." "You don't seems to make much money by bringing yours hogs down here, was remarked to a farmer who Lad driven Lis Logs seven miles to town an.! then sold them for precisely what v.-.is ctl'cred him before lie left home. " ell, no," said the agricul turist, pensive!-. "I havn't made much money, but then," b igliten-in-, "vo l know 1 had the company of tlie Logs on the way down." A nice young man at a church fair, recently, took the place of a young lady who was" selling kissis at twenty-cents a piece, and doing much toward replenishing the treasury and promoting religion and so forth. lie said leap yea-sanctioned the change. The only customer he Lad during the next hour were two old maids, one with a wart on her nose, and the other false front Established 1352.' W M. B. -H OIL and WINE PHOETX, A. T. lltuninating and Lubricating OILS of every description and MINERS' CAUDLES. Importers and Whclesale Dealers in Foreign and Domestic 5 51 kiLO 1 Wp. B. Hocper, Jno. S. Carr, Sole Agents for Arizona for tlie tlm following celebrated WHISKIES, Manufactured by F1ilton J. Hardy & Co., Louisville, Kentucky. Hardy's Own," "Private Stock," "Our Choice," "Old llye," "Old Kentucky" 'Early Dawn," "Old lleserve, SOLE PROPHIEToRS for the foliotrins Well Known and Establishes Brands; C!d Kentucky Lost OABSfJ. From the Distillery of E. II. CHASE i CO Wines, Brandies, Rum, Gin, Bitters, Mineral "Water, Ale, Porter, Beer. Sole Agents for AliZOIia and ITgW HeSlCO for tlie celebrated J. A. mvllr ''CniCKEX Cock" Whisky. None Genuine unless branded . A" filler Did Bourbon DSstllScrv. Al ('f the aliove Wln'skies arc Louisville, Ky.; art! uucinaled in Any "Wliiskies ever offered ia this We Call. Attention of the Our Stork, or CIKAKS, both t :rteil and Domestic, l.i oil can uot le CAt'cIli.J iu the Territory. jsf- .vlf SIop, Appctslea aid Ktienfftli Retuin wl rn Hesti t'ei"? Stomach litte"e fryt-temat ica J ,y u-ed by a b .iftus dys pejn'ic MitT'-;er. Mo e vt-r. pince lh- brain sympathizes c ofcly w ith the si; mach and iie associate o pans, the liver and th bow els, aa their deraiipcmert is j ei tified bv the fiction oi the Hi:fers, mental deppo' deney I-roduced by that derangement disappears For eale by l'rutrg 'f uiid I;taler Scn'wi'allr. STOMACH, OOPER & CO., ! CHANTS. CORONET AXD VViiiow Grova. Kemtccky ISTILLERS. I.i I ,: : iS(sU--!-i': :.,ir1-t- i. -AGP KENTUCKY. of onr own Importation, direct fron? tielicncy and liavor, and superior to market. . LIQUORS AND CIGARS Trade and tlie InllIo. Generally to cf . 1 li- -r- EC IALDWIN. rihe Leading Hotel of San Frnnc!co and Jl the must eleaiuly appointed hotel in the vrid. over . riK. K having been ex pended cy Mr. lialtlwin in its construction nud furnisZiinc:. lleadtpiarters army and navy. Special iccommodaiions fur families nud larire partier.. Prices the same aa at other lira-class hotce, ' From $3 to $5 Per Day. Special contract will be mane foi perma nent boarders. The hotel coaches and car riairef iu waiting at all boats and railway lepots. i.IlociTTiP can be reserved before arrival by ittleraphius the ttuldwin. H. H. PIERSON, MISCELLANEOUS. Delinquent Sale Notice. ti iieral l.ee silver .tliiiins Co. Location of principal place of business Suu Frnpci!.C', Cuiil'ornia. I.ocitiim of works, Olube Dil trict, ri copa counry, Arizona. NOTICE. There i itoli:iqiie.. upon the foll:vinir dt'pcrilu'd Block, on acount ol assessment (?o. 5) levied on the. l'.lth day of Oclober. IsSO. ttiu seve al amounts kci opposite Uie i nines ot the respective share holders, as lollows: "o. Xo. Kamep. Cerl. Stirs. A ait. Atkinson. Thos E, Trust. -".8 Atkinson. Thos E. Tiu-t. 2'-tl Atkinson, Thos K. Trusl. :i0il Atkinson. Thos E, Trusl.. :liil Curliain. W T. Trustee... 21 llarrcll. Jasper. Trustee. . lll .T Hairell. Jasper, Trustee.. MS8 llairell. Jasper. Trustee. . 111:.! 11 ir pll. Jasper. Trusiee. . IUi;t 11 an el . Jasper. Trustee. . 1'U Itarrell. Jasper, Tiu--ec. . 1-:' 2 llarrcll, Ja-per. Trustee., lull:! Ilarrelt. Jasper. Trustee. .1UM i0K.( SH( 0 in: iu lio lu no 10 (( 1 tit) 1 oo 1 on 1 on 1 on 1 tut 1 on (i!( S 17 1-1 Pi I c;i I m ! no 1 to 1 W) 1 t-O 1 oo l oo i oo 1 oo 1 00 1 ;ki 2 oo 2 00 2 00 2 OJ lUill Ml Km 100 urn M 101 10.1 liW li'.l llealev, 11 h, Trustee ill SIT MesJai;. T 'TS 1M2 Scott. V li. T-ustee.. CGtl. W II, 'i'rustee.. Scott. V 11, Trustee.. Scott, V 11, Tiustee. Scott, W 11, Trusiee. Scott. W 11. Trustee.. Scott. VV t;. Trustee.. Scon, V B. Trustee.. Scott. W B, Trustee.. Scott, W 15. Trustee Scott. W Ii, Trt stee.. Scott, V I!, Trustee.. Scott, V H. Trustee.. Scott, W . Trustee.. Scott. W It. Trustee.. Scott, V 1!, Trustee.. Scott, W 15, Trustee.. Scott. W H. Trustee.. Scott, V B, Trustee.. Scott, V H, Trustee.. Scott, W B. Trustee.. Scott, W H, Trustee.. Sco-t. W 11. Trustee.. Scott. W IS, Trustee.. Scott, V li. Trustee.. Scott. W li. Trustee. . Scott, W R, Tiusine.. Scott, W It. T.ltstec.. Sc.tt. W H. Trustee.. Scott, W H. Trtistee.. Scott. W B. Trustee.. Scc.lt. V,' B, Trustee . Scott. V K. Trustee.. Scott, W B, Trustee Scott. W II. Trustee.. Scott. S" II, Trtistee. . Scott, V B, Trustee. . l'fc-l 1 nu ll (ii loo lOo I'd) 100 11X1 lit) 100 100 10i) 11VJ 2:io 21 jO 200 2.K) 200 2(0 eoo Si XI 200 . 200 200 210 20J 2i U 200 1 HI 100 W I li 0 2.-0 250 2-0 2.'0 ro.i 5l0 1H03 lfl Hill ni5 ICO-i limr 1U0S lilO'f ... into ion 1012 1IK3 1U11 1015 lmti ... 1017 ....I'.IK ... ll'I'J ....liKll It (it ....KI--J ... . l'CM uz ...10J) lira; ....107 ....ii.(-a ...A'l-Z'J ,...10':0 ....l'.ttl ....1fe ....!! 10:;B .. l'7 10W ... HH0 2 00 2 00 J 00 2 00 2 00 . 00 2 00 2 00 2 O0 2 00 2 tt 1 ( 1 00 1 00 1 OO 2 "0 2 Ml 2 r.o 2 r.o r tci 5 0-J And in accordance with law. and an order of ih Board of Directors, made on the 2-ltti day of November. ISsO. so many shares ot eaen parcel ol iiirh Ktock ah mat he neces sary, will be sold at public auction, at the omce o: me com anv. Itoom 6. No. 411 1 C'ulitornia street. Sail Francisco. I'aiifornia. on TII L HSDAY, the TWENTIETH l av JAN'l AltY. 1SS1. ot the hour ol one o'ciock p. si. of said day. to pav Raid delintiuent assessment ttiereou. t gether with costs of auveriisiuir ana eipenves ol the sale v.:. tii.t. f. r r. sipcv. Ontce Room 3. No. 411!i California t. San rrancico, Cal t)owe :oi.d mining company JlV Location of princiiial i!ace of bu-i n ess, Kranci c. C'a'ifornis : Itxatiou ol works. Mwricopa cnmitv. Arizona. No tice is hp ri by trivPii.th.it nt a ini'eiinr of tlie Board of Directors, held on the twiMitv second day of hecomher, isS). an assess- miMit (No. -J) of Throe Cents per share was ic eu upon me capital stock ot the cori. ration, payable immediairly in Tnit'd States pi. Id coin, to the .Secretary ai the office of the Company. R-om No. fi. S:i:'c Deposit Deposit ISuiiuins. 3- Moutgoiaery Street, "-an Francisco. California. Anysrock up -n which this assessment shall remain unpaid on ih; t wentr-second day of January. iSM, will be delinquent ann aaverusea tor t-aie at public auction and unless paymr;t i made before, will b sold on M(N UAi. tlie twenty first day ot r euruarv.ihsi. to pay lite delinquent neM meur, together with costs of ndvrt isin and en -en so of sale. By ordf r of the ioara 01 jjirectors. 5:. D. ROCKKS. Secretfirv. Office Room No. fi. SaTe I'enosit Huild- in. Muutouiery street, San Francisco. caJiiornia. onr-ipive v making money when ft irolden chance isoiVer- ea. ui;rehy always keepni; poveriv from vour door. Thos who always takr; ndvautuL'e of iho -rood chances lor making monev t!;at are oii'-n-d jrenernliy became wealthy, w hiie t'ute w ho do not improve such cliaisces remain in poverty. We want iiiar.v men. women. bos iiiul cirls to work for "us riirht in ihei- own localities. 1 he business ,viM j tiy ten times more man oruinary wa:-r's. e iu nis-ti an expensive onitit and all th it vou need nee. No one wn eni;:ii's fails make money vry rapidly. You can devote your whole time ; the m o k. or only yo spare moment-", t nil information and nh that i needed (sent iree. Address SmiN s. Co., i otiand. laiue. the PRESCOTT, Sends Greeting to the Pub lic Generally. Charley to ihe Front! Board to Suit rl--$3 and $10 per Week. CIl AIIT.E Y CH ANG has leaded the Dud lev House and w ill conduct it on a svstem to suit all. The larjr! loom in fro it will be for regular boarders who pav $3, or' tor those who wish meal? at 5U ciitn. The hiirk riiom will be for priv.itf parties, and S:0a week or T.' cents per meal wiiJ bo churned. ' BEST BOARD IX TUESCOTT. SB33 Outfit eent free to those who wish to eiiiragc in the most, pleasant and 3 pi'olit.ible business knovn Kveiy thing new. Capital nut required. We will furnish on everything. $10 a da and upwards is easily made without staying away tro in home ovei night. No risk What ever. Many new workers wanted at once. Many are making fortunes at the business. Ladies make as much ae men, and voumr boys and gir:a make great pay. No one w ho is wihiug to work" fails to make more money every dav tnau can be made in a week at any ordinary employment. Those who encage at once wiil find "a short road io fortune. A a dress ii. iiallett & Co., Porlhind. Maine. IP OF AazoiA. COR'mciirfrc 3FvVT(Tny, 3rilStli lS7t, Trains will Jfave 3iari copa as follows. T .ff A. M. DAILY Passenger I .VTrain Westward for Yuma and Los Ainreles and fan Francisco. cDimeciir.!? at Lathiop with Atlantic Express train tor Stockton. Sacramento, Ogden and Omaha, Sleeping car attached from Yuma, A. T., to Oakland, Cal. F . M. DAILY TasPenger 9 Train eastward for Casa Orantlo. counectiug with stages for Tucson. 1 . Ji. UdUjJ.MAX, Gen. Pass. tL Ticket Aeeut. N.'Toki, Gen. bupt. N DREW J. COFFEE. NOTARY PUBLIC- Xo. 509 California Street, San Fran Cisco, Cahloruiii. Commissioner of. Deeds jor rizon(X. Conveyancer and General Business . Ajreut. Oct S5,3n9f . LumberS LttaBER! LUMBER! ! Clark & Ad PRESCOTT. ARIZONA. navinsr moved onr mill five milei wet oi Prescott. on Willow Creek. N.v.r Thumb Butte, nt a point within two nv.es of the Miller road, tear Iron Srin j-. and having comple-ed an excellent road "o the Miller toad and to Prescott. we are now prepared luruirih any amoun -jr quality of LUM'BE R Shingles, Dcors, Sash, CATUS, ETC.. AT BEDROCK I'liTOES. Barlej', lIour. 4'orn a:i (I Pro(la.e lakcrii in eicuarcje J'or J.iui(i.,T. CLAIiK & ADAJ!S. NO. I I, KfcARNY STREET, Treats all Chronic nuil Special YOUXli MEV TT7"nO MAY 3R SI FKI'lIIXO FROM ?V thr eff-ntB of youthful f..!lir- T ir.dis srerion. will tit well j avail the!iiflr.'s ui th;s tlie greatest b.cp evr Is: if I at tlt ;ihnr ui ttifferinsr lnnnat-itv. )1. SI'I v KEY wiV iruamurte to ferfnit for eicry r:ef- o. demiual wpakn(j or private diseitVe of any kind or character which Lh undertake ad aiia to cure. MIDDLE-AG1ID MEX. There Br many at the ace of thirty f :xty Tho ;:r tr; bled with ton frequent evaeuafinn jf the bladd -r. often aceonmunied hy a hiicht iinarting or Lurninif SetisatidQ. and a weakness of the systen- in a inaim- r the patient cannot account for. "?n examining the urinarv de posits a ri'i'V sediment will often he f.-und" an I domptimes bn.all parities o' a!h;:men will appear, or the color will be of a thin mi kish bu. aiTKin clianiriiijr to a dark ami r.irpi.I aj peuranee. Thre are many men who die ot fins dj.'ti' ultv ignorant of the earse. which he second stage of ttiuiinal weakness. ir. S xtll guarantee a perfect care in all much cases ,itid a heaifhy restoration ot the geuiio-uriuar P. S.-For private diseases of short stand a full course of nu'dicines. suflie.t i.r fc:r a cure, with all instructions, will be ent to any address on receipt of 10. Office iiours 10 to 4 and ti to f. Sund.iv from IU t' Han. Cor.su Tarion free. Tb.lr- mirh examination and :iitvi-o, 5. Call or "Miens, IU. Sti..KY CO., Ko. H Kearnv strewt. Shu Frauci I j ? &-3 o St a- - r- 4 1 1! 2 C C 5 S C -s We are Sole Propriutorsof the Umiva'ud "Kixg" Pia.no axd Org Ay The PuhUr-het? of this paTr has written to their references and ascertained that this company ' perfectly responsible and wormy of all confidence. Send Stamp fur Catalogue. Address : The Meiudex Pcrciiasixg Co., Memden. Cg.nx. m D ure Back Ache ii av ne n-i-i oftho Ivn!invs. H uddir I'riiiary Oruns by wi-arinj: tbf Improved Excelsior Kidney Pad It is a MARVELof HEALING and RELIEF. Simple, Sensible, Direct, painless, powerful. It CI'HKH whore Kit rl" A l(HVI-:LAno. and :!'.l.t- TIOX in JUdicine. Abwirniic.n or din'Ot npphcailt u, as ojipopt'd to unsat;sf:u-tory idternal inedifidi-s. ei:d for our treatis on Kidney troubles, sent Iref. Sold by drntriri1'!. or (?ei!t hy mnil, on rcceiit ol' pi ICC. The "Only" Lung Pad Co. 1YILLIA3IS4 VliOCK. DETItOIT, !ICII. This theOriiral and Genuine Kidney Pud. Abk lor it and take no other. Cui s b; 4BS0RP1I0N (future's way. Hi ', ING I IStASES. Ir BOAT DISEASES. b.itATKING TROUBLES. ItDKIVKM I J TO the ssu m cura tive a-renis and healinr Tnedicines. It PHAWS FIIOM tlie C.i eased partp tbe poions th.Tt cauep dei;lli. Thousands testify to its virtues Ycu can b3 he!:eved and Cu ed. Don't despni until von Imvc trirl this Sensible, East y A pol "ed : i;d liadtraliy r.fiVetunl K metlv. Soil by Pru ririi-tn. ,r ? nt lyitailon re ceipt of Price, .'.(, : Send for . ho f!,-ilu!' 1 i-nn Pxri P.i esti moni alB. and our 'WilHaiiiR liloi k. book. -4. J "T!-ciltr. r". ' T ttlM ,:Un;- a Year." Sent i ess ISO , Kj 1 R 5 4 5S flX pi LUNGp PA PI L I S. . V- H' can. r.'i Confrhs I'oM, Sai-e Throat Itn chit is, Asthma ronamliat And All blwaM mt Ttt ttUAT m- K. Put np ia Qur lk timm ta 1 H ;c I'-uivlj. 1.J K.-v. nJ t-'c wax-v T ; j J- -t - is knunn w our f p . rufc-.s. a hx tnm. and t" -f ' T c!-n;;. Pait. 1 A. il K I. m. -i'r . - - t yr,iF;hn Oa-1 Tl.l" K N K rs 1 ". t - K.-V-H-t rvl:"" fi:r I 'i ', i vl. trs:; j t 1 an-Ai, Wivk I- cr. iuu C- vmuLimi.mjm n. wi Clp: t ! - ' n--.l -i : . i d! i-h-lul t -ii - for ( us u--. t i----- 'j ' I j T , . Mr-.,,!.. r 1. - 1 i I ce o -ar i ' t. U v K l i - m I 1 T Ak i our V : tlriN ktM Hr U AoV J Vr.:r rr t.W ,;:-'. V' v 8 rs e .i srrti- r. t.-U fc.rv a Si-mv-m'. 1 1" v-a Si o: m-1 - -1.1" Shipped Directfor - S96. Plli-H T ' r '.i ii I l i 'in i xmuI i . t. ..-a ..... t-n. ..WW. ta.-. 1- f. wi.nr.iiMt.l.. v a. ;mi i i The Meriden Purchasing Ce BE.iL! IS HAfFMSS. - IIOKNE & VIST'S ELECTRO-r.lAGNETIC ZXEDICAZi BELT Tii ra BixT is on of Uw wocierm oi ife jv. K. m scientific iusirumt-nl. ia i? -r hat has boca sunpd W liaiiuii 'A..iWimmw " wt-rs the above tuct:oa. Medical LlKricitj and its contrucuou yyaCTfcLmak W a Aft lked on euurtfljr A ew 1 heory, laxfsnt'T rwsrvu FWfc. It cr?pr' "iih d;rA-e, mj- antrevnw '-f it--" raw ing ejeOtxicitT into tic w cAucvi i lucw tetoriTiE hc.lifa &i:d Ihe KlctroOJ4lic1 Prtmclnl Upon which the action vi turn covered bjsAjtual expert sw t ccjx- ity to the euro el Uut uxsummm bASuwki Uits belt is Hichly SeleMtiHe will 1m r wt It Is e-uaitT sinipli. inkcu-m -j raj vt lc is so iweriul ia ii 'Uufi, tut a t '-- or of burniD th C-h a i-r c if :t w- p--- i irmnc ciurvut (o gtiiic m icti-ua im - disturb Ui Xt-rea of mm Imfaat In its p(assap?. It iixMiuoirsa Lxrvr attity jf lis trie furota. and cwaK) it s .: a- sjv- b-nij". and to t'l.rry Krs io is. T ?e cwvtr c ctisr. lai k." theuc to the ' i-'i..-" ia rrkti n;ul li.r so lU-inf. i; stntili taa &w ucv a.afcji to licuUi anl Ai-Uvity Jb.very Orsrain tm tm lUJn Iz sl?o coiuiiu-ss toe c.irrvt. ai ta j lii'. urn r'noTu;jp a.1 tjrt-.r f It MtU Care U fuUowiaf; 1 l'-iiiii 1'. tf.e t adt. lii; . iKa r LoiVa Nervous iXiliti-, t-onorai lVViHty. 3 of KMmj Coat, I ita. -V-s. x This rnotleTn irrfprcTevl r-'' ?t ofc rr.,i Vii:t-tCi. V:i!6 t S.-WU. t-t Sictii - . I I-ut it tfiiian.-vs ia ls.ia Kiti S-t ymjm r?orfrfc-M3SWfl' Fert Fwft l--r .Jli i a-U-vt-VKtstitir Im-II 4 tv I Apiioncv... . ?? i ?TTn onlTtrc a It. ti a?? V fcje -: - rl U.r. I.t vti'.- Mo; -. 'cxt fcr I -i5. W ni"in'A v-Il be S.Ll I rt-A. i. aii cuiuimiuicifcUouat w- vtkKi to i Homo & West j Electro -filasnstia Beit C: NOTICE. Onr DeriptlTe Ill..trd Frt List. o.9. of lry Good!. Mc U fc iuueel about Murk quotU In No- will ntmlm xoJ mm tlmt dote. 2vnd us yonr OArtj copj ol No. SI), t rf. 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