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rVALUHBD RVEKT SATCKDAt AT FLORENCE, riNAL COUNTY, A. T. THE XHTERPRISE CO., PuhUsh.r.. Editor asb Mmoin. 8VRtmrTIX KATE. fii eopr, ysr ecpr, i;i mouth cjw. Uirs months,. t5 M ........ 3 00 9 H) WJi'j Work at every description dnf pr-mly ami la the icrr brt and moat artistic umrr at rrasonubttt rates. K. I'. DAKC, CS Merchants' Exrhnnit. U mr anly aalh.rlied agent la auii FritnrW . California. Estersd St th Florsnos Post-Offlcs at second-dsns "FLORENCE, SATURDAY, NOV. 12. '81 Mi J. McLeiaan ia now commander of the post at Camp Thomas. Thb democrats have elected their ticket in Chicago by a small majority. Two cow-boys were hanged in the Shakeapeare jail ou the 9th inst,, by a mob. This Souate adjourned without day on Saturday la.t and most of the senators lime returned home. Tll Washington Territory legislative council votad down the woman- sutt'rage bill by seven nays to five ayes. Ths Garfield fund has reached $GC1, 000. This sum will place Mrs. Garfield in comfortable circumstances. .. . A COVRT-.MARTIAL for the trial of the "Indian scouts, who fi:ed on the soldiers on Cibuci Creek, convened at Camp Thomas Thursday. Tue Silver King has declared another dividend of 25 cents per share, agregat ing 825,000. This makes a total of $800, 000 in dividends paid by the King. 1 HE way matters now look, the Star route prosecutions will end in the thieves escaping; not for want of testimony, but because of bad management on the part of ths proscution. Col. Watson B. Smith, an old and prominent citizen of Omaha, and clerk of the United States court in that city, was shot and instantly killed at the door of his office on the evening uf November 4th, His murderer is unknown, but there ia rward of $5,000 offered for his discovery and arrest. Maj. CHAFrss urgently requests the re moral of tho military from San Carlos and the sub-agency believing the hostiles will not come in while the troops are at the agency. Tho Major may be right but the history of the recent campaign d nut allow that the hostiles are easily terriliod by the "trupes." Secretary Li-AiNg, at a ci' inet meet ing, held the early part of this week, in formed Attorne-General Mack Veagh, mat it was ins duty to assirt, in open court, the prosecution of Guittau. The latter took a different view of his duties and quite a controversy ensued, but it said to hava ben friendly. ' AjV'. :ssiox special to the Chicago JU. ku that Secretary Blaiae will re- ' tTj I, ..;,' Cabinet at the close of this l.i a;1 vj--fill remain. in Washington diVlist iheNtinter, and devote himself to advancing his cViances in tlie next Repub Jlcaii conventionV He'is working on the idea that the early bird catches the worm. i AN z yoTi'.B that a rS who have no political atrorsyiy favoring ths rotary Gosper aa Fl- Th iiey are satisfied wi h given ot his nines. vt,r the position by the manner in which hdj has performed the duties of the office ii4 the absence of the Vathtinder. -klR. DoKRiKoia 0f Vum Sentinel reads us alecture on personal journalism, and in so doing, Mr. Dorriivgton places himieif in the attitude of Satan rebuking sin. In tho same i&me in which he prints this lecture, we find him calling the Free rrett man a liar. Remember that advice hbout the "mote" and "beam," brothe Dorrington, umber of exchanges, axes to grind, are -ippointuient of Sec entont s successor. the proofs he has PUOF. rr.K E'S VISIT. I Thevisitof Prof. Price, of Snn Francisco, to this district at the present time is signifi cant of more than appears on the surface. Ho is a minerologist and a metallurgist of the first cloth, and there is, perhaps, no man on the Pacific Coast whose judgment and opinions are more generally and im- ilieit'.y trusted. Hence whatever he may think, of mines is accepted as authority, and whatever he may advise is usually acted upon. He camo hither, apparently, on a tour of casual inspection, but we know from accredited authority, that he came on bu siness and that his visit will result in sub stantial good to the district. He went from here to the Silver King and returned by way of Mineral Hill. The former he pronounces a wonder and expressed him self as perfectly satisfied with' the show ing of the latter. In fact he was so well pleased with what he saw here that he means to pay us another and more pro tracted visit at the end of three weeks. It is said by those, in a position to know, that his speedy return to San Francisco is to report to capitalist, who are ready to invest here, if his opiniota of the district is not an adverse one. That it will not be adverse, wc know, and because of this knowledge wo confidently expect the speedy taking up of the bonds on the Alice, the Leroy and the Martinez, all of which aro deserving of the best that Prof. Price or any other scientific man can say of them. ' ' v - Thk preliminary examination of the Earp brothers and Doc. Hollidar who kill ed the McLowreys and Clanton at Tomb stone recently, has developed an entirely different state of facts to that announced at the time of the shooting. The testi mony proves pretty conclusively that the Marshal Earp party were the aggressors, and that the killing 'was without even a shadow of justification. According to the evidence the official party went down to the corral where the cow-boys were mak ing preparations to leave town, and one of the Earp party cried out, "You son of a b h, you have been looking for a fight, and now you shall have it." Another said, "Throw up your hands"' Tom. McLowery, who was unarmed, threw open the lappels of his coat and said, "Iv'e got no arms." Billy Clanton threw up his hands and said, "Don't shoot me; we don't want to fight." In this position both were shot. Frank McLowery did not attempt to shoot till , seven or eight shots had been fired by tho Earp party and he had been wounded. The Earps and Holliday, who were out on bail have been re-comniittcd to the custody of the sher iff. An effort to liberate them on a writ of habeas corpus faild, the judge, after hearing the testimony did arguments, re manding them to the custody of the sher iff. There has been a decided change in public opinion since the true inwardness of the sanguniary and disjraceful affair has been brought to light. And th i law abiding portion of Tombstone's popula tion evince u determination to see that justice shall be dune. IIo.v. Granville H. Oury, of Flor ence, was tendered a banquet at Tucson Wednesday evening, in which all the prominent citizens that place participated. Speeches were made by Gov. Gosper, United States District Attorney E. E. Pomroy, Ben Morgan, Mayor Carr, Judge Van Voorhes, II in. C. D. P'oaton and others and called forth a happy response from Mr. Oury. The Citizen prefaced its six-column report of the banquet with the following graceful and merited compli ment: "It was announced some d.iys since that a banquet would be tendered Hon. Granville H Oury, delegate elect from Arizona to the Federal congress, previous to his departure for the scene of his labors. The affair seemed to be a spontaneous desire, irrespective of party,' to do honor to one who had, tor twenty six years, braved the perils and shared the vicissitudes of frontier life in Arizo na a generous friend, an open foe; brave and chivahic and ever ready to encounter danger when lifo and property were to be protected; who amid the wild and lawless scenes incident to life on the frontier. dian,ribe in America. They are wealthy in stock, provisions and are not without plenty of arms and ammunition. The Mhur has earnestly presented the Indian situation north of Prescott to General Willcox for his consideration. We have asked for more troops, and whether this present fight brings a general war or not, we want the army reinforced in Northern Arizona all the same. Our interests in life, stock and all material advancements demand if. The Navajos can place 2,500 warriors in the field inside of forty-eifrht hours, and if the' should so elect to do, how is the government yoing to check them? The uru-ent necessity of the case demands immediate action. Protection is wanted and the United States must fur nish it. We have information direct from the front, and learn that the end of the track is several milrs west of Hol brook, on the Little Colorado, and is pro- tTi'ssing rapidly ia tins, the westerly di rection. The company have steel rails at Bacon Sprint's sufficient to extend the road 100 miles, and their arrangements are such that there will be no lack of rails for the entire road to San Francisco. The trark-layinw force, if not interrupted by Indians, will build to Bri ham City, 30 miles, in 30 d-iys. After the cars reach the latter ioint it will certainly be the most desirable route for persons living inl Northern Ari7ona to follow in foing east. Freight can also be brought in from that direction to a better advantage than via the southern mute. Prescott Democrat: It is estimated that Prescott and vicinity receive annual ly about 10,000,000 pounds of peneral merchandise. Think of it! Estimate it at cents per pound, and it amounts to $250,000, or upwards of S20.000 per month. It would pay our citizens to send on to the respective presidents of the con tending lines, some active, energetic citi zen 'in this connection we name either Levi Bashford or C. P. Head, or both) to lav before these railroad operators just what our prospect are. As it is, we are emulating Rip Van Winkle and letting folden opportunities slip. Our citizens should take active, early and ener etic measures, if they expect to effect any thin w. The Hidden Treasure Mining Company, of South Litchfield, Conn., ia operating in lurkev Creek. Bradshaw Basin mill is temporarily shut down on account of wood and salt. Mr. TVfahoney expects to start up by next Monday. The banks of our city have paid out up wards of $100,000 in currency during the past thirty days, to railroad laborers, con tractors and others Doctor Lincoln left for his stock farm in W llliamson valley. He and his part ner. Colonel Head, propose to be the great fancy stock raisers of Arizona. Their resident stallions are pure blooded and they are importing some hich-priced animals from Versailles and Lexington, Kentucky. This will be a great advan ta-e to stockmen in Arizona. Mr Howell, General Cogswell and Mr. C. C. Lane are en route to the Hackberry mine, Mohave county. The mine is be ing bailed out, and these gentlemen r pose to commence active operations in that neighborhood. Mr. Lane is secre tary of one dividend-pavins mine in Es meralda county, Nevada, and if he gets the Hackberry started, he will mum add another to the list. The Hackberry was one of the best paying mines in the Ter ritory, but its management heretofore has been a disroce. Pho?nix ITtrahi: O. A Hyatt and Mr. Stetnuan passed through to day from Tuc son on their way to Signal. Mr Hy.t lately sold a claim in the Old Hat district for 810,000, cash, but the entire amount is now locked up in Lord & Williams' bank. The new town located at the PhcEnix mine in Cave Creek district, has been named Harion. after the esteemed wife of E. H. Spooner, the legal aeent of the Central Arizona Mining Company, at Vul ture City, A. T. The town site has been located by Messrs. Spooner, Treadwell and Hopkins, and these gentlemen have made the proper application for a United States patent for the new town. The necessary documents have been tiled and proper orders issued for surveys, etc. which will be commenced in a few days. The indications prove that the Pluenix Mining Company are going on actively with the work ot developing their mine. this is good news for PIkeiiix, as an en terprise of this extent in strong hands will immensely benefit our city and valley. Phoenix has long waited for the boom which the merited development of the Cave Creek district will bring, and our entire community is glad that the boom is coming. I would further state though, I am sat iiified from a twenty years' experience with the Indians and the military of this section of the Territory, that it is idle for the citzens to expect any relief or assist ance from the military in the present dif ficulty with the Cliiricahua Apaches. As soon as those Indians have secreted their families and herdi in the Sierra Madrcs of Old Mexico, they will m ike constant raids upon our settlements for the purpose of murdering and plundering our people. Long experience, dearly jaid for, has taught us that to depend upon the mili tary for assistance or redress in these emergencies, is the height of folly. With in my experience, I cannot call to mind a single instance where any such result has been obtained except in official reports from subordinates to superiors. The citizens of this section of the Ter ritory ! rj unanimously of the opinion that the onl' way of settling the present In dian difficulty is to raise volunteers ac quainted with their haunts, habits and camping trrounds; who have interests at stake, and numerous wrongs to redress; who have lost Indians, and who know that their safety hereafter requires that they shoulu find them. We have hundreds of such here, and when the governor con cludes the emergency has arrived, requir ing him to call tor such, then 1 can raise him 100 or 200 men in so many hours. I will then be prepared to accept a commis sion in the militia or volunteers, or enroll myself in the ranks. 1 am, General, very resptfully, your obedient servant, F. G. Hughes. astern Transplanted i WJH H. HARVEY. M. D. yftrth if h ifd Sufgeotf loi:l.e, Ar.to:.A. ope! ed The Alice Jliue. Mr. Mvkat Masterson has succeeded ' tij.h editorial management of the Pres- 'ontxrat, and judging from the mm . evidence before- us, he is fully nt for the task. The Ieiocraf is paper and we predict for it con uccess and popularity under the nafement. We extend our best to Mr. Masterson. 1 . . .. .. . ay bo of interest to those, who are . , epg tho fond hope thw the bond on Alice will not be taken up to know tlif t rT. Miller ha(l been offered $75,000 fv a thi... interest in the mine and has refused . t: offer Mr. Jriiller knows when he h a good thing and is 'not the mn to let-it slip through his fingers. The Alice will 'bring him many times that r.'uiuut. We had the pleasure of an interview with Mr. William P. Miller, of much min ing reputation, on Thursday evening, and obtained some information of the Alice mine, in Mineral Hill district, over the discoveries in which there has lately been (when, figuratively speaking, every man so much excitement. Mr. Miller, like all was a law unto himself), never forgot his mining men of weight, displayed no en- 1 1: i: i i- . 1 1 i- thusiasm but gave us a few facts in a bu obligations to his neighbor or his country. I - ... f . . . . ,, , ' siness-ukH way. lne leave runs across nor ins own sen-respect. beloved and the summit of a high mountain and aver- respected by all, he has been elected the ages fully twelve feet in width. A shaft It m now reported that the hostiles hare taken refuge in the Guaynepa moun tain, on Mexican soil, and that to dis lodge them would be next to impossible. It is probable, hovvevor, that they will re turn to h.t ugency of their own volition time. Simple and untutored as they are, they can appreciate too well the difference between being supported and supporting themselves, to remain away from tho reservation more than a twelve month. representative of this people in the halls of the National congress, and the mantle has fallen upon worthy shoulders. Last night the citizens of Tucson showed their appreciation of him as a man, in the ele gant banquet spread in his honor." The parties who hold the $70,000 bond on the Leroy mine of Mineral Mill, are now in New York arranging for the sale of the property, and there is but little doubt of their success. The mine was ex amined by Mr. Schaffer, of the famous Swansea smelting and refining works, and in conversation with the writer hereof, Mr. Schaffer expressed himself as confi dent that it would fulfill its promise of becoming one of tho largest, most perma nent and productive mines of this section. A simple inspection of the immense pile of fine ore on the dump, and the ore un covered in the main shaft would convince tho most persitent doubter that Mr. Schaffer was not too enthusiastic in his belief. If tho parties negotiating for the Leroy will but send competent experts to examine the property, we have no fears of the result. Ths results of the recent State elec tions are not fully known yet, but are re ported as follows up to date; The read jus. erj claim Virginia by a majority of 8,000; Nebraska goes republican by the usual majority; Connecticut is claimed by both parties but present estimates indi cate republican success; in New York the tltmocruta have secured thv legislature by a majority of 2 in the senate and a ma jority of 4 in th lower house,, and have probably carried the state ticket by sev eral thousand majority; the republicans eU'.ru Wisconsin by a majority of C.000; t!ir. republicans have carried Pennsylva nia ry a large majority; Minnesota has gone republican by 20,000; Maryland has tion into it, and a general war is possible, po.ie ueinociaiic by "tho usual majority. ' The Navajos are the most formidable In- Territorial Talk. Prescott M iter: On Monday of this week a man named Baker, in the employ of the Atlantic & Pacific railroad track laying party, three miles west of Hol- nrook, tne then end ot track, louna a Navajo Indian upon his horse, which he had lost some time previous, was exaspe rated and killed the Indian. This opened the avenue for a general engagement, when two or more Indians were killed. A Mrs. Berge, with her children, who were at the end of the track, were immediately sent out to Bri.'ham City. When she left the fighting was going on and the con test was hot. This will probably be the means of brineing the whole Navajo na- Letters remaining uncalled for in the Riverside post office up to Sept. 1st, 1881; Miss Lizzie Keyser, Fred R. Sheridan, Goovanni Couli. E. H. Andrus 2, Micheal Lester 2. C. D. Putnam, P. M. Lueious, sweet and juicy, fr ill cans packed in ice, DAILY BY EXPRESS In any quantity. Arrival in good order GUARANTEED. We have exceptional facilities for filling orders for these goods. Prices on appli cation. Emerson, CorviNe & Co., 805 Sansome St., HORACE S SITE. Attorney t Law, Flo i: is i:n Am: x1- " AND NOTARY PUBLIC, Florence, Final County, Ariona. SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA Geo. W.Gibbs&Co. HEALERS IK Iion.Steel s Blacksmith Goods Kealetl Proposal. Office Board of Supervisors, Pin At County, Florence, Thov. 1st, 1881. J Sealed proposals will be received by the Board of Supervisors of Pinal county, at their office in Florence, A. T., until 12 o'clock, m., of Monday, November 28th, 1881, for the building of a culvert across the public road in Silver King, A. T., builder to furnish both labor and mate rials; said culvert to be 10 feet in width, 8 feet lengthwise of road and 8 feet in depth. It must be built of 12x12 square timbers 16 feet long, well together. There must be also good substantial abut ments. Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Proposals should be addressed to the undersigned and marked' "Sealed pro posals to build culvert." terms of payment, cash. Horace L. Smith, 33 Clerk Board of Supervisors. ORDER OF SALE. In the Probate Court of the County of Pinal, Territory of Arizona. In the matter of the estate of John B.dlentine, deceased. Cr ler to show cause why order of sale of real estate, mines, mining claims and mining interests should not be made. It appearing to the Judge of said Court, by the petition this day presented and filed by itobert Williams, the administra tor of the estate of Juhn l!a!lentino, fle et ased. praying for an order of sale of real estate, mines, mining claims and min iug interests, that it is necessary to sell whole or some portion of the same to pay the deots outstanding against the said de ceased, and the debts, expenses and charges of administration. It is therefore ordered by the Judgo of said Court, that all persons interested in the estate of said deceased, appear before the said Probate Court on Monday, the fifth day of December, A. D. 1881, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the Court room of1 the said Probate Court at t'ie town of Florence, in the county of Pinal, A. T., to show cause why an or der should not be granted to the said ad ministrator to sell so much of the real es tate, mines, mining claims and mining in terests of tlie deceased, as shall be neces sary. And that a copy of this order be pub lished at least four successive weeks in the Arizona Weekly Enterprise, a news paper printed and published in said coun ty. G. L. Wratten, Probate Judge. D.vted October 31st, 1881. 32 31 to 41 Fremont street, and 32 to 40 Bool Street, San Francisco, Cal. Knabe Pianos "For beauty of tone, touch and action, I have never seen their equal." CLARA LOUISE KELLOGG. "The Knabe" is absolutely the best Piano made. A. L. Bancroft & Co., 721 Market Street, S. F. Sole Agents for the Pacifi Coast. 33 3ra Xotiee to Creditors. Estate of B. W. Reagan, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed, administrator of the estate of B. W. Reagan, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having ciuiius against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within ten months af ter the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator, at his office in the court-house in the town of Florence, in the county of Pimd, A. T. P. R. Brady, Administrator of the estate of B. V. R-t"an, deceased. 31-lt Sealed Proposals. Oefice Board of Supervisors, 1 Pinal Co., A. T., Oct. 20, 1881. Notice is hereby given that sealed pro proposals will be received by the Board of Supervisors of Pinal county, A. T. u itil Monday, Nov. 28th, 1831, at 10 o'clock, a. m., lor t:iu furnishing materials and la , . t, , . .... nor lor cue ouiiaing ot a county ii;il in Florence, A. T. The superstructure of said building to be composed of wood and the foundation to be of stone. Said building is to be two stories in height, the lower story to be divided into three cells, for t!:e con- n lenient of prisoners and a h ill for con venient accesss to the eel's. Two of the cells are to be ten and one- half feet by twelve feet inside measure' ment; the hall to be ei.,'ht by tweuty-two feet; the large cell to be sixteen bv twen ty-two feet inside measure; and all to be nine feet in the clear. The upper story is to be divided into two rooms, each nineteen and one-half feet by twenty-three feet inside measurement and ten and one-half feet hi- h between floor and ceiling. All materials to be furnished and work to be done m accordance with plan and specifications now on file in this oifice. Payment for said work will be nude in cash. The Board reserves the right to reject anv ana all bids. Proposals should be sealed and marked "Profxsals for Building Jail," and'di rected to the undersi rned. Proposals will be opened on Monday iNov. SJHtfi, IKBl, at 10 o'clock, a. m. By order of board. Horace L. Smith. Clerk, Board of Supervisors, Pina! Countv, A. T. n30-Gt has been sunk in a depression, and drift run cutting through a back-bone of he hill, on the other side of which is be ing sunk another shaft for air. The g.iugue is quartz and carries a variety of ores, much horn silver being encountered in eveiy part of the claim. The ledsre has been tested thoroughly the full ex tent of the claim and the results have been marvelous. As we intend to notice the mine in another isiue, and as our in tcrvitw with air. Wilier wis a brief one we cannot give a summary of the test re suits at present. One statement of Mr. Miller co lveys astonishing information in this, that the north cropnings of the ledge, bein' 400 feet in length, aver age in lensth and breadth over 200 ounces in silver per ton, and it was mathematically calculated that these north cropping alone contain 593,000 ounces of the precious metal over fcCOO, 000. Mineral Hill district, before Mr. Miller became interested there, was drag ging out a miserable existence, but since, it has become a thriving camp, under the magic of his experienced touch, as we at first predicted. The jud, ment of Wm. P. Miller, as a mining man, is second to none in the country. The Alice mine is very available from the fact, that within a quarter of a mile is an abundance of water for reduction works which Mr. Miller has incorporated in a mill-site lo cation. This water lies four or five hun dred feet below the mine, and ore can be most readily conducted across the inter vening distance over a self-acting plane. Free Freft. XotieS. All persons are hereby cautioned ag iin: t negotiating a cert..i.i p.o.uissory noie f r $2J.25, dated November 20th, 18S0, pay able in o..e year from its date, an I ir.v.n by 1 Buchanan to Thompson & Boweu, s ud note being the prope..y of the sub scribers, and no other person having au thority to endorse it. Bowen & Jones ' Silver King, A. T., Nov. 1, 1881. 32-3w Sheriff Miio. The Indian Question. From Ite Prescott Deiao?rat. We call attention to the following able letter from the Hon. Fred. G. Hughes, President of the Tenth Legislative Assem bly, of Arizona. Its tenor will be en dorsed by every pioneer in our Territory: TrcsoN, A. T., Nov. 1st, 1881. General Clark Churchill, Adjutant General Arizona Militia, Prescott, A. T. Geniral: I have the honor to ac knowledge the receipt of your communi cation of the 28th ult., inclosing General order No 1. In reply I would state that .1 hold no commission in the Arizona militia, and therefore Lave no lists to transmit u required. In the District Court of the Second Ju dicial District, Arizona Territory, in and for the county of Gila. BUCKALEW & OCHOA, " Plaintiffs, vs. Mineral Cp.eek Mining Co. Defendant. Under and by virtue of an execution issued out of the Second Judicial District Court, County of Gila, on the 17th day of October, A. 1). , 1881, aiid to me directed and delivered on the 18th day of October, A. D. , 1881, for a judgment rendered in 8iiid court on the 17th day of October, A. D. , 1881, in favor of Buckalew & Ochoa, plaintitis, and against the Mineral Cretk Mining Company, defendant, for the sum of fifteen hundred six and 4-100 dollars (51,500.01), and costs of suit amounting to one hundred seventy-four and 90-100 dollars t174.90). I have levied upon, and shall on Satur day, the 5th day November, A. D., 1881, between the hours of 9 a. in. and 5 p. in. of said day proceed to sell at the town of Oasa Grande, in the County of Pinal, A. T., at public auction to the highest and best bidder for cash to satisfy said judg ment, cost and accruing costs all the right, title and interest of the said Min eral Cre'ek Mining Company, the above named defendant, in and to the following described personal property: One new Rawson and Hittenger engiae,with steam pump and hoisting drum attached; up right boilor.with solid wrought iron bed, twenty horse power. Sheriff's office, Florence, Pinal Co., A. T., Oct. 25, 1881. J. P. Gabhiel, Sheriff. By B. J. Whiteside, Under Sheriff. . G. H. Oury, Plaintiffs' Attorney. The above sale has been ps'poned to November 15th. J. P. Gaf.riel, Sheriff. To the Unfortunate DR. G13B0N'S Branch D'spensa- ry, brand Hotel, Tucson, Arizona 'Istat IJd.'d in 185-1, for he treatment of Sext uu ! Seminal D Br. a- j'V".lJ.!4r:i . snch as UoNoRKHKA, fi 'THA J.'tf I i.iet, Stricti ke, Sv u' i .... .o J ..ll : f . . ...vi.Y.viv.v-j kviinal Weakness. I jp..ir:.LV.'uJ uac w.i mood van positively be cu el. I lie sick and amictea snoiuu not Ian to c ill upon him. The D etor has traveled ex tens' vely in Europe, and inspected thoroughly the varkjiis hospitals there, obtaining a great deal of valuable information, w hich he is com patent to impart to those in need of his servi ces. XJii. IjlisliU-M will made no charge un less he effect a cure. Persons at a distance MAT BE CURKD AT hoiie. AH eoinniunications atri t ly continental. You see no one b-it the Doc tor. Persons writing to the Doctor will pleatte state the name of the paper they see ths ad vertisement in. Charges -e-innariie ' or write. Iwr.Ad'fre. IR. OH1B9X, (i and Motel, Ti:eio i, Ar.cvna. S-nd 10 for a p cka;re o me tic-ne. GEO. 1m. WRATIJe;.,, Attorney at aw, W. R. STONE. AT Attorn et it Law. Mining in-teresVs a specialty. V Pisai CrrT, A. T. HENRY SCHOSHUSEN. -PROPRIETOR OF THE- FLORENCE Meat Market. T " T i n rt r . Mimujg uaijy irom uasa branae via uorence, Pim ver King and Riverside to GMe, l iw.vittiijii 111111 . I". K. IS. AT CASt CRASDE. UE CASA GRA5DK DAILY AT 7 A. M. AGENTS:-J. A. Wright, Casa Grande; A. Venton, Piual; E, WUliaine, g j.j. v ostiurgh, LiloUe Uity. Vfs. II. Sutherland, Gen'l Supt Wm. H. Guild, Secretary. . DEALER-IN MUTTON, PORK, VEAL, . EEEF, SAUSAGE AMD VEGETABLES, AT THS LOWEST BATES. S. A. SANDERSON. E. H. SANDERSON. Sanderson & Brother, Importers Wholesale Dealers in China,j Grlamware Lamps end Mirrors CUTLERY, Plats J and Sriiannia Wars, rts. Ect 310 & 312 Baltery Street. Catnr Comirercial St P. 0. Box No. 1607. SAN FRANCISCO. 30-3,n LOUIS WERTHEIMEIt. SAMUEL LEWIS. SAM. LEWIS & CO.. Successors to Lewis Bkoh. Cigar Manufacturers! AND DEALERS IN LEAF TOBACCO, NO. 24 CALIFORNIA STREET. SAN FRANCISCO, - CAL. :t.)-:ttri PERUVIAN NO. 11 KEARNY STREET, Treats all Chronic and Sprelal Dls asca. "STOTTISTG- IMIIEILSr Who may be Buffering from the effects of youth ful follies or indiscretions, will do well to avail themselves of thi. the greatest b(. 1 ever laid at the altar of unffering humanity. Dr. Spin ney will (ruarantee to forfeit $50(i for every case of Seinin-J Weakness or private diseuse of any kind or haracter which he undertakes and fails to care. !UIDILE-ACCD MEN. There are many at the age of thirty to sixty who are troubled with too frequent evacuations of the bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or burning sensation and a weaken ing of the Bystem in a manner the patient can nut account for. On examining the urinary de posits a ropy sediment will o:ten Iw found, and sometimes small particles of albumen will ap pear, or the color will be of a thin milkish hue again changing to a dark and torpid appexr ance. There are many men who die of this difficulty, ignorant of the caire, which is the second stage of seminal weakness. Dr. S. will guarantee a perfect cure in all such cases, and a healthy restoration of the genito-urinary organs. Oifit-e Honrs -10 to 5 and 6 to 8. Sunday from 10 to 11 a. m. Consultations free. Thor ough examination and advice S5. Call or address . RE. snwr.v A CO., sn7-tf. No. 11 Kearny St., San Francisco 1 i -r-fv "wh - Eastern Omcl: 88 wall street, n. t. Beuii; Aiiculi.rl VVcrkk. Ecnkf. 13 to 19 rrCKT f-IFIlT. 105 u.d 111 PINK ST., Sab FHANClseo. Kc. lull 8a BAKER & HAMILTON IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OT k Apilral lift Wks SOLE AGENTS FOR THE SALS OV Ames Engines, the Gkmine J. T. Cirit rn..nn c-,. Bain Wagons, Champion Reapers and Mnw t.1 Stak Moline Plows, Gem Seed Sowers, GalYs Chilled Plows Triumph iSmra nT.,o .... c . . ... A-iii oiiutcs, s,tc. , X.TC. 3Ianufactxcr Agents for the Sale of the " T "N TT I . w . vva ujiijD FEnCE WIFi FLEASE SEND FOH CATALOGUE AND PRICE LLST. - MAIN IfANCFACTCEJItB, 214216F21Sand22 SUST PEA1TCI CI I am. is Skins, Sponges, Curry Comb, Carry Cbrdx, Leat;rri aU rruthct, rtdy PrushM, CItVb Clipper, To.th Ki t-pa. Ir mAVr Scr&prn, Pel feet CUnper. I evtraible Clipper, Neta, Hot.j ami Car, Hit h-Wfiatit. Goia ft CUelrated Hon Mrili lne?. Gl!hm H.-rf Ointmrot, taker Hot t 0.ntmmt, I V MriUCCTCD 4 -ft-!' 1 w i irv, i WtaWsM (1 3ntter7 ? j 1 Irsaiitl p our Unre stock cf single' and double trot, we hT . im'cku II.. rft&. ' J wewouldinntc.a atUu.i u . t all l.rs of the turf and , .1,1, .,. i aijllS'Z ' V '1 ' '" ' si t I- UK. We n-ake a bi iilty. f hwL bo, to : 1 Oastite 8oa. English Crown Bo: TUTDvf l Ei 1I;M Boston Oil 8uap, r racer Axl. Unu. n A L. Axle Onaaa. 8tiii.,n Net. Vacura Oil Blacking, Bixbys Dressing , 0 c. nrwFEKK, Jr., San Francisco. O. B. M ORF, Of Jesse Moore Co., Louisville, Kf. t -I 4 1 7 and 4 1 9 Market Street, bet. First and Frem San Francisco, Cal. JESSE MOOEE & COMPANY'S KENTUCKY "!4" I ai- Mocrs, Hunt & Co., Sole Agents for the Paoins Coast. JESSE MOORE CO S AA brand, bbls and Lf bbli per r J $ 4 00 B bnuid, ubls and i f ubU pur g 3 50 C brand, bbls aud Lf Lfols pr sal 3 00 Xo. 1 brand, ttct and hi buls per gal 3 50 Kye, tbis aud Lf bls pur cl 50 to 4 50 D.daitiju cf 25 . te per gal oi lots of f bU AA t rand iu ca-ies, 1 x to case, 5 to gul 11 00 A A brand, 5 eaaea. Id z to t asi, 5 to 1U 50 A A L-rard 10 .aov, 1 d x to iok, 5 to gi-i 10 00 AA I ra. d, i-it ks!s, 1 dz to t as 1J 00 AA braud 5 . aaes, piut basics, 2 dux to case 12 0 C t rand, 1 doz. 5 to pt.1 S 50 C irnd, 5 lasts, 5 to gat " $ 15 C brand, 10 ca&uff, 6 to ea! 00 3Mm J. W. DAKTB Iu bond In Kentucky, Sprint-180 In bond ia Kentucky, Bpriuf l&tjl MOORS. HUNT 4 OO.'S Crown brand, 1 cae, I to c;J Crown braud, fi eases, to ya! Crown brand, 10 (.'ases, 5 to fa' Crjwu fcraad, pints 2 dog to case Crown brffrid, piuu, 2 dog to tas, 5 eaa. . Crown brand, piubt, 2 doz to rase, 10 case Anchor CuamDafuo. niata. 2 doz Anchor Ciaampagne, quarts, 1 do. y fcj V L 5 ; 1 1 I 3ft i to MANTJFACTTJKEES OF RfilBTICALLY SEE ! A TRIAL. OF THESE WIXL. COX VINCE YOU THAT THEY ARE THE 17 to 41 Main Street. SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. t-DEALERS IJT EVERY VARIETY OF LAKGEST STOCK OX THE PACIFIC COAST. 30-3m. CANNED GOODS. CARRY THI 1!8TABIJSH1I 1853. iS fS SEs HininjE aid Swltiii Cmjiiy,! MELROSE, CALIFORNIA. Purcliasa Lead Bullion. Highest Price Paid for GOLD, SILVER and Leal Ores, OSES ASSAYED. Ores or Lead Bullion, loaded in cars on line of any railroad in the State; and Territoritt are deltrered at tcorks without change oj cars. No Cliargo Made for Sampling:. Consign to "C. I). Af. S. Co., Melrose, California." - 1-21-1 v WILLIAM P. MILLER, General ManAj! IMPORTERS OF Ranch l or Mule. Thompson's ranch, situated about half mile from Florence, is offered for sale. For particulars innuire of Buckalew & Ochoa. In the World. They effectually cure ma!ar'al d s eases, v.tallxe ths system and arrest the ravajei of the dreadful alcohol habit, Dysomau-'a. t3"For Sale by all Druggists and Wine Merchants. 12 6m. Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hosieiy, GIoybs, Riltes, Laces, and Agents for Ms Blankets, Flannels, Etc, NCS. 17 AND X9 BATTERY STREET. CQ.( T n n. . ac wm ia a rm? . m- '.v? -o"- . Merced San Francisco, 33-im. California.