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Arizona Weekly Enterprise
rCBLISIIKU bvkrt satuhpat Al' FLORENCE, PINAL COUNTY-, A. T. THE ENTERPRISE CO., PublUher.. tnoa. r. wrEijv. 8u t-iVrttRirTiux n.iTr,!. rar I wr. 1l oioit.h 1m ih7, Ur mouibi, . M 00 , . 3 K) .. 5 00 A ;OOI MIOVtl.W. iVJnb Work if nrrj drarrlirtton done prmnptlr nd In I he very ImhI aad most prtUU maaarr at rraaoabl rate. R. f. PAKE, M Merchant." Exchange. U Mr aalT aataarisrd agent la na Franrl a, California. Kntoiwl at tb Flortnca PoM-OtBoa m wound -cla aikiwir FLORENCE, SATURDAY, DEC. 31. 81 Wl arb indebted to the Hon. O. II' Oury for regular installments of the Con greisiuiial Record. T. O. IIowe, of Wisconsin, is tho new postmaster general. One by one the old cabinet in em hem step down mid out. DmiNG the five months which ended No ember 30th, there arrived 201,818 immi grants, against 254, 2C2 in the same period in 1881. ' Thb political experts any that Arthur' cabinet will be composed of stalwarts from the North and champions of Muhoneism from the South. Up to tho present writing, 2,003 bills have been introduced in the lower house of Congrts, and quite a number in the upper house. About half of them are in the interest of jobbery, and a majority of the remainder for the good of some indi vidual, perhaps. We have entirely too much legislation. The San Francisco Bulletin, in an elab orate and careful review of the mining in dustry for 1831, shows some very inter esting fact:, which should meet with se rious consideration at the hands of mining capitalists who have doubted the capabil ities of Arizona mines. We make the fol lowing oi tract from the review in ques tion: IOWER CAUroKN'IA AND KIW MZ.XICO. Am't. Sfin.000 7,500 Mines. AsaeKsrat. Csrbocca 2 El Teoro 1 . Total .....3 807,500 The Carbocca is in Sonora county, New Mexico, and the El Teoro is in Lower Cal ifornia. They are probably not the only mines in those Territories that have been assessed during the past year. The sec tion is too remote to possess much inter est to stock dealers here, though it is like ly that the time is not far distant when both will claim increased attention. Recapitulating the assessments levied during the past year, w,e have the follow ing summary: Locality. Mines. A'ts. Nevada 87 171 California PS 151 Arizona 12 IS Dakota 2 3 Maho 2 2 Utah 3 4 L. Cal nia A N Mex. 2 3 A mount. 2,237,859 207.500 125,00i) 35,000 35,000 67,500 The estimates of the government for the next fiscal year amount to nearly 8340,000,000, an increase of forty-two millions over the appropriations for the put year. Much of this increase conies from the Increased demands of the pen lion department. Flow about that talk concerning gigantic frauds and steals in the department? lias it ended in smoke, as is usually tho case J ' The following is Gaih'a opinion of Quiteau: "He is a man almost totally de praved ; calloused to the sufferings of cverbody but himself ; a coward in every thing that concerns himself ; a liar, a thief, a dead bent ; yet if you had under taken to arrest him before he shot Gar field, every court in tho country would have decided him sane, and all the wit nesses would have sworn that he was re sponsible for his acts." A. fciU. has been introduced in the lower houso providing ' That any attempt wiUi deadly weapon upon tho person of the President of the United States and the infliction of a wound upon his body shall be held and deemed an act of treason against the United States, and upon trial and convic tion ot the person so offending, the crime shall be punishable by death." This makj the crime in the intent. c - - si.- -' ' : '! crevr of the ill-fated ' .- be m found. The i ci united iii tha ice, about "Cv hundred mik-s from the Siberian coast, and the wrecked explorers made their way back over this long dis tance in open boats, and the hardships they encountered can better be imagined tlian described. We presnmo they have enough of the North Pule business to sat isfy them for the present and are ready to surrender their Arctic contract to some other pole-struck idiots. Totals . . . . 201 352 $9,306,960 We have not complete returns for 1881 of the dividends of all the incorporated mines in the above territory, but ifar as we h.ave been able to perfect our-infor mation on this point, we report the fol lowing dividends for the past year: Mines. Nevaila 7 California 14 Arizona 7 Dakota 3 Utah 4 Dividend. S1.3S2.500 1,B.700 2,265.000 1,015,000 1,175,000 Totals 35 $7,640,200 Tt is known that the Gold Hill, at Ouartzburg, Idaho, has divided up a handsome profit private'y. The Custer mine, of Idaho, produced $911,981 m the first eleven months of the year, nearly half ol winch represents proht. It will be seen by the foregoing stale ments that the' seven dividend-paying mines of Arizona pay $402,300 more than do the fourteen dividend-paying mines of California, and 8382,500 more than do the seven dividend-paying mines of Ne vada, and $55,000 more than Utah and Dakota combined. The figures also show that Nevada leads Arizona in assessments by 86,211,610, and that California leads us in assessments by $1,940,350. This showing is all the more gratifying when we remember that California and Nevada mining men have fought the pro gress of Arizona at every step of her ad vance. Their opposition has been deter mined and systematic. They have thrown their combined influence into the balance against us, and resorted to every means within their power to lower our mines in the estimation of investors. Each of the seven mines, which place Arizona at the head of the list of dividend-paying sec tions this year, was in turn examined and adversely reported by the hired minions of this plutocratic confederation of Pacific Coast mining men, and for a time the stock went begging on the market. No mining district of the west has labored under as great disad vantages as has Arizona, and the fact that she now leads the van of dividend-paying districts should convince capitalist that her claim to superiority in mines is genuine. .'of. Klahe'a Visit to Mineral Hill Prof. Blako's visit to Minora! Hill por tends good to the district. Hi; is one of the best accredited authorities at the east, on mines, their geological formation, etc. His reputation as a geologist and miner alogist is national and second to none of the present celebrities, in this particular branch of science. Whatever he may say concerning our mines will be accepted by the general public as reliable and trust worthy. He went to Mineral Hill with the intention of remaining but one day, but was so surprised at and pleased with what he saw upon his first day's inspec tion that he prolonged his visit three days, and examined a number of claims beside the Alice, finding in each of them the same geological evidence of perma nency and richness. He returned from the camp Monday, a short time before the departure of the stage for Casa Grande, and as he fcft by that stage, we had only a brief conversation with him concerning Mineral Hill. He said the district was a good one and contained some of the finest veins he ever saw. He found them not only exceptionally strong, but permanent and expressed surprise that they should have lain there so long undeveloped and apparently unnoticed. He found horn silver till he got tired of looking at it. All the conditions of the district, he said, are favorable. He will make an elabor ate and exhaustive report on the district at once and its contents will be a sur prise to those who have persisted in be lieving Mineral Hill a low-grade and val ueless district, and whose belief has re sulted, in most instances, entirely from unreasoning prejudices. We forego fur ther comment, as we have the promise of a copy of the Professor's report, as soon as it is ready for print and shall publish it in full. It will speak for itself. Saddle Mountain UiHtrict. It la claimed by some of tho legal lights of Washington that the jury in tho Guiteau case is disqualified by reason of the fact that two of them perjured them selves to gain admission to the jury box. They stated on oath that they had never been iu the employ of tho government, and it is now claimed by parties acquaint ed with thein that they did hold positions under Uncle Sam some years ago. This fact, in case of conviction, will be used as an argument for a new trial. But J udge Lynch will probably step in to dispose of all motions for a new trial. Speakino of Arizona the New York Minining Record, says: The Mining lUcord, from its outset in the special field in which it was established to work, has asserted the great mineral richness of that part of the nation's domain; a posi tion amply sustained by the mining re sults of the current year, during which seven Arizona properties will have paid dividends to tho amount of 82,435,000 with no assessments upon the shares of a single mine, that we can recollect, during the year. At the same time, the product ot the Tombstone district will reach near ly 85,000,000. It is now thought that Guiteau was the author of the famous Morey letter, which created such a flutter during the campaign of '80. A comparison shows a striking resemblance between his chirography and that of the letter in question. If the trial continues much longer it will be dis covered that Guiteau has been the author of more.villianies than have been perpe trated by any dozen of the most noted criminals of the nineteenth contury. If the orthodox hell has an existence in fact, what a terrible pile of brimstone and sul phuric acid he will find piled up in his department of the furnace down there. Johnny Bcu is getting his brist'es up over tho attitude of our Government to ward tho Panama canal. The London J lines, tho official mouth'-piece of the English Government, in an editorial article on Blaine's dispatch relative to the C'layton-Biilwer treaty, says: "If inter national good faith is to count for nothing, with what show of reason ran England allow the highway between the twq oceans to be placed under American control, and in war and peace alike be commanded by Ai.-.civ.'ioi guns ? P-famo must remember " Sat freedom of p:.':. between tho two "'tfeii can in, i hjss.Uu event become an yiisive American riht. Tho whole world bus an interest in the maintainance t!i fr"f uj of th pT.--it highways." Senator Fendutox delivered a speech on reform in the civil service, in the Senate, last week, in which he said: "The spoils system implies to every one a vision of wrong, injustice, brutality, wastefulness, recklessness, frauds, specu lation, and such degradation, of persons and of parties as has driven from Ameri can political life much of the cultivated intellect and refined morality of the coun try and tilled the most hopeful minds with sadness, for much in tho present and grave anxiety for tho future. The spoils system was the real assassin of Garfield, It robs the President, Cabinet, Ministers, Senators, Congressmen, Judges, of the time needed in performance of public duties, renders their public action often partisan, partial and unjust, and too fre quently hurried and half done. In place of spoils system should be instituted a moral system, which should be founded on the idea that public officers and public trusts should be administered solely for public good. The fittest men shall ad minister then till fitter men can be found." Mr. J. Haidesty is just in from Saddle Mountain district. He reports rich strikes in that district, among which are notably that in the Saddle Mountain King, where a large body of ore has been struck, the whole of which averaged over $100 per ton. The Buckingham, which is the ex tension of the Saddle Mountain King, and owned by the same parties Messrs. Smith, Neinian and Snyder), is also show ing a fine body of high grade ore. The Lookout, owned by Messrs. Lattin and Harrington, is showing a large amount of high grade ore, which runs from 8150 to 8U50 per ton. We are informed that Mr. Lattin is preparing to ship ore from his half of tho Lookout. A very rich strike has been made by the Anderson brothers, some of the rock showing native silver. Mr. Hardest,', in sinking on the Ajax mine, opened a pay streak three feet wide of gray carbonate ore, winch averages 8150 dollars per ton. He also reports good ore in the Dodson and Eastern mines, tho latter of which is the first east extension of the Lookout The May Bell is also showing two feet of ore that aver ages 8100 per ton. There are also many other rich strikes reported on ana Deer creeks. The miners of Saddle Moun tain district, have constructed a good wagon road from the Lookout mine to the San Pedro, a distance of eight miles where it connects with the Tucson and Globe and Florence roads, so that persons wishing to visit the district can now drive their wagons to almost any of the mines. The owners of the coal claims, which are eighteen miles from Saddle Mountain will, after the 1st of January, begin a road from the coal mines to connect with the road at Saddle Mountain and other points, which will open the valuable coal deposits to a good market in Saddle Mountain and other mining districts. The WaiiI of Arizona. Hon Pat Holland, in his ."Resources f Arizona," in regard to the wants and needs of our Territory, says: In the foregoing pages has boen given "brief chronicle" of the Territory, its past history, its present condition, and its future prospect. Before closing this short sketch of the coun try and its resources, it may not be out of place to note the aids which it needs to bear it on to the topmost wave of mate rial prosperity. Arizona wants, first of all, capital to develop her vast mineral wealth; she wants men who have the en terprise and the Yneans to open up the treasures which lie hidden in her moun tains and mesas, to sink shafts, to drive tunnels, to erect mills and furnaces, to give employment to labor, to build up happy homes and thriving communities, and send forth such a volume of bullion as lias never been equaled in the history of the globe. As mining is the leading industry of the country, the capital to place that industry on a prosperous basis is a vital necessity for the welfare of Ari zona. Here are gold, silver, copper, coal, lead, and iron scattered in profusion throughout the length and breadth of the Territory; here are railroads penetrating in every direction; here is a climate of al most perennial summer, and here is ev ery natural facility for the extraction and reduction of ores, r or the men who are waiting in the East and in Europe for i chance to invest some of the surplus mil lions, here is a land with grand resources almost untouched, offering opportunities for profitable mining ventures not equaled in the western country, and only awaiting the magic wand of capital to cause its mountains and hills to send forth streams of treasure. As has been remarked in another place, Arizona wants men who will engage iu manufacturing enterprises. Hundreds or thousands of dollars are annually sent out of the country for supplies which could be produced at home. The manufacture of woolen goods, of leather, of soap and candles, and many other articles, offers almost certain assurance of success. For the man or men with a knowledge of the business and the requisite capital, who will engage in any of these enterprises, i fortune is in store. There are yet millions of acres of un occupied grazing land in the Territory waiting for the cattle raiser to utilize its fine grasses. On portions of this vast do main water is scarce, but the want can be quickly supplied by the sinking of wells. No finer climate for stock can be found, and no better beef is raised in the United States. There is plenty of room for twice the number of cattle now in the Terri tory, and with two railroads crossing it from east to west, and leading to the mar kets of the Atlantic and the Pacific no rix.1. cor.vrv records i'urnitthed by C'ounly Juo. J. IJevine, Recorder. PROFESSIONAL. For the week ending December 28, 1881 : MINING LOCATIONS. Yellow Jacket No. 2, Eipsey Hill dis trict P. R. Young, Fred Geett, John Trough. Mamie, Mineral Hill district Alex. Barker, P. Schaffell, F. LeBlanc. Annie Bell, Pioneer district J. B. Condron, A. G. Williams, J. H. Brown. Mineral King, Pioneer district J. B. Condron, A. G. Williams, J. H. Brown. Uncle Dave, Cole district Thomas Graves, Thos. Wilmofe. Uncle Ben, Cole district Jno. Cole, B. W. Kellogg, D. C. Potts. Black Spider, Cole district Thos. Graves, Jno. Cole, B. W. Kellogg. Home Ticket, Casa Grande district R. W. Chilson, E. E. Chilson, W. M. Chil- son, ft. A. K. Keener. Chilson, Casa Grande district R. W. Chilson, E. E. Chilson, W. M. Chilson, K. A. R. Keener. Mabel, Casa Grande district H. W. Chilson, E. E. Chilson, W. M. Chilson, K. A. Rt Keener. Silver Queen, San Pedro district P. Whitmer, Lyman Ferre. . MILL-SITK. Silver Queen, San Pedro district L. K. Watson, J. M. Roberts, J. T. Bates. KECEIPT. Signed J. Fraser and W. E. Miller, 8100, from Chas. I. Putnam, for assess ment work, 1381, on Short claim. Min eral Hill district. TRANSFERS. C. O. Miles to J. O. Earl and W. P. Miller, Black Jack, Leben, Eagle, Morn ing Star, and Jacob's Wonder, Mineral Hill district; 87,000. Jno. T. Bates, J. M. Roberts and L. K. Watson to Peter Whitmer and Lyman Ferre. Silver Queen mine, San Pedro district; 830,000. E. N. Fish to Aaron Mason, W of SW i, Sec 3, T 5 S, R 9 E, Gila and Salt river meridian, 80 acres; also 2 shares of capital stock of Alamo Amarillo ditch company; 81. J. P. Noel and Phoebe Noel to Harriet E. Swan, NE I, Sec. 8, T 10 S, R 18 E, Mont Diablo meridian, 1C0 acres; also 320 acres adjoinm above on east and south, all known as iNoel s ranch; ?j,000. A. H. Dryden to L. Tucker and F. H. Maxfield, i Gregory, Mineral Hill dis trict: S300. L. Tucker to Frank H Masfield, i Lelo. 4 Glasgow, lialatead district ; ?1. WM. HARVEY, M. D. Florence, Arizona. J. W, DAVIS. HORACE L. SMITH. SMITH & DAVIS, Attorneys at Law, Florence, Arizona. GEO. L. W RATTEN, Attorney at Law, AND HOTART PUBLIC, Florence, Pinal County, Arizona. . HENRY SCHOSHUSEN, -PROPBIETOtt OF THE- FLORENCE Meat. Market, Notice. Notice is hereby Kiven, warning all persons to beware pm-chaning the following; mining properties, situated in Mineral Jiul district, vii: the ielsoo and Lebon, said properties hav ing been jumped and relocated under the names ut tbe bilver licit and the isfrle. vv e are tne rightful owners of said property and have per formed the rrsralur assessment work for the better held lor this brancil ot industry year ending December slut, Its'. n. u. shale, i O. Wilkinson, The friends of Postmaster General James have again given out that he in tends to strike a decisive blow at the Star Route rascals before his retirement from the department. These statements are growing stale. They have been repeated with marked regularity about once a week ever since the disgraceful fiasco in the Brady case. The people betrin to believe that the prosecutors and prosecuted are birds of a feather, and that James and all the rest of the official gang got a slice of the "swag." Those Washington fol lows can do more loud talking and less real business than any other set of men on the face of the globe. They are always just on tho verge of closing their official grip on the throat of some public plun derer, but that is as far as they go. Less lip labor and more genuine business would be inure in accord with the public wishes, gentlemen. Hon. G. H. Ourv, of Florence, has been given a place iu the committee on niines and mining. This position will en able him to render his constituents a large per cent ot whom are miners or mine owners valuable service. At every session ot Congress some ambitious representative has endeav ored to tamper with the mining laws, and in most instances, these meddlers have bean men possessing as little knowl edge of mines as a hog has of etiquette. We want but little legislation on this sub ject, and that little, to be beneficial, must be shaped by men having practical knowl edge -of the needs ot mining districts. Mr. Oury having a voice in the delibera tions of,the cotnmitte on mines, can do much toward defeating any unwise or un necessary legislation that nmy b3 sug gested on that fiuhjoet. The San Francisco Stink Exchange, which always speaks to the point, has this to say of America's great female fraud: " Mrs. Victoria Woodhull announces herself as a candidate for President. It is time the old lady quit playing the fool, and that newspapers ceased publishing her antics. The American people resemble medieval kings and barons iu the charac teristic that they must have a national buffoon,' or half a dozen for that matter of both sexes, to amuse them. Political jesters are preferred, fellows who will jingle their bells from one year's end to another, until some greater fool throws them in the shade by his superior antics. This Woodhull person has been to Europe, and is spoken of by Fontenelle as 'an American lady, very popular in her own country, where she has made herself the apostle of social reform and the emanci pation of women.' Wroodhull and social reform! May the Lord forgive Fonte nelle for being such a fool or a liar or both. It takes a great deal of wealth, of enterprise, of vast charity, of talent, etc., etc, to offset the absurd figure we so fre quently cut in the eyes of strangers by this ridiculous and pernicious habit of pampering and encouraging our national jesters. This joke about Woodhull and social reform is a dangerous bit of humor, because Paris is such a glorious city for a woman of tho Woodhull's proclivities, that the Parisians may get an odd idea of what the American standard of reform really is. George Francis Train wore the cap and bells for a long time, but he was shut off in eood time. Let the Woodhull also be shorn of her insignia. She is creature of the newspapers, and wheu they drop hor she retires from tho foot lights, and the curtain falls upon the farce. can be found. To men who have some means, and can take advantage of the opportunities that present themselves in a new country, Ar izona offers an inviting field for the dis play of their industry, energy and enter prise. For live, active men, with plenty of "push" and vim, there is always an opening. Arizona wants men with strong hands and stout hearts; men who are will ing to work; men who are not afraid to rough it in a new country; men who can fight the battle of life, and are not dis posed to give up the contest because for tune does not always smile on them; men who are not above turning their hands to anything that presents itself; men who are sober, steady and industrious. With such a class of men to build up the coun try and develop its grand resources, Ari zona will soon become one of the foremost States of the American Union. We have briefly stated here the char acter of the emigration which the Terri tory wishes to attract within its borders; it may be in order, also, to allude to the kind it doesn't want. Of lawyers and doctors the Territory has more than enough, and an influx of the "learned pro fessions" is not desirable. They are al ready overcrowded, and sharp competi tion has made the practice of law and med icine anything but profitable. It is true, in these, as in all other professions, 'there is room at the top, but unless a man has the acquirements and the talents to take that position, he had better re main where he R Of clerks, and all those who are Beeking desirable positions, where the labor is light and the salary high, the supply on hand already exceeds the demand, and such persons had better tay where they are, unless they are will ing to take hold of anything that presents tself, from driving a bull-team to "polish ing tho head of a drill." That large class who imagine their for tunes would be made if they could only get to the Wrest, without scarcely an ef fort on their part, need not come to Ari zona, No drones in the hive of industry are wanted here. As everywhere else, energy, perseverance, and hard work, are 40 Joseph McKke. Frank Monahan, (i. N. Finch, H. C. Coe.nwall. LO T IN THE NEW TOWN OF The W. P. Republican says it is the Chief Justiceship of Arizona that Uriah Bruner is after. Deforest Forter, for merly of Brownville, now holds the posi tion. r remont (.Neb.) Herald. C. G. W. French is the Chief Justice of Arizona, Nat, and Hon. DeForest Porter is Associate Justice. Both fill theii positions to the entire satisfaction of Ari zonans, and wo do not care to swap either of them for Uriah Bruner. If our reco! lection of Uriah is not at fault, he is bet tcr qualified to run a bank than to solve law problems. Present our compliments t Uriah and tell him to stick to his note shaving business at Cuming's capital Should a change in our Chief Justiceship bocomo necessary, we have plenty of home i talent ta draw from. ?ab-? BUTTE On the Gila river 18 miles EAST OF FLORENCE This is ta be one of the most promising camps in the Territory. THE PINAL CONSOLIDATED MINING COMPN'Y ARE NOW ERECTING THEIR REDUC TION WORKS. For mans and particulars, call on Gold man k to., I luai, or at the town. THUS. UUUHKAiY Probate 'bticc. Territory of Arizona, County of Pi ; nal, in Probate Court. In the matter of the estate of Fordyce Phelps, deceased, notice for publica tion of time appointed for proving will. etc. Pursuant to an order of said court made on the 3d day of December, 1881 notice is hereby given that Monday, the id day of January, 1882, at 10 o'clock a. m. , of said day, at the court room ' of AlTORNET pecialty. W. R, STONE. Law. Minino interests a Pisal Cm, A. T. .- -DEALER Uf- MUTTON, PORK, VEAL, . BEEF, SAUSAGE AND VEGETABLES, AT THB LOWEST BATES, S. A. 6ANDEESON. E. H. SANDERSON. Sanderson & Brother, Importers t Wholesale Dealers in Ohma Lamps and Mirrors . CUTLEHY, Piated and Britannia Ware, Etc. Ec 310 & 312 Battery Street. Corner Commercial St P. 0. Box No. 1607. SAN FRANCISCO 30-3m Sheriff's Sale. o3 ct3 -4- Eening Daily from Casa Grande via Florence, Pinal, Sil- ver Aing ana iiiversiae to mooa, OXSSCriXG WITH S. P. H. R. AT CASA r.Elnr CASA GRASDE DAILY AT 7 A. MT. AGK2.TS: John Loss, Casa Grande; A. Venton, Pin&l; E. J. Voeburgb, Globe City. W-j. H. Sutherland. Gen'l Sunt. LKATIXQ WWiams, Silver Kig. Wm. H. Guild, Secretary. &lofeqe, Qfizoifh.- Hahtkrk Ornci: 88 WALL STRPPT V V Beuicia Ajiricuhunal Works! BeBicU. 13 to 1 FRONT STFEET. W aj.d 111 PINE ST., Bah Fkakoisoo. Xc. t to U "J" sum , SACSAMZno. flffllffl & i BAKER & HAMILTON, lnd m ancta citeers or ricultural Intel SOLE AGENTS FOE THE BALE OF Ames Engines, the Genuine J. I. Case Celebratx! snt. ..."ti.. Bain Wagons, Champion Reapers and Mowem, Euebka Gang Plowi Star Moline Plows, Gem Seed Sowers, Gale's Chilled Plows Triumph Grain Drills and Seeders, Etc., Etc. Mannfaelurer's Agents for the Sale oflh. ivv UAKfiED FENCE WIRF, PLEASE SEND FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICE LIST. MAIN & WINCHESTER, MANUFACTURERS, aD DEALE8S IN HarnBss,SaQilles,WIiiis,BMets,RDu8S 21 4, 21 S, 218 and 220 Battery St.. Cbfczoois Sldafr Bpoiiges, Ciirry Combs, Curry Ctrdn, Leatuerback Bnuhel, I&L(ty Frushei, C larks CHpper, Tooth Kaj. Perfect CUppw, Eerortible Clipper, Net, Booy and Eur, Hith-WtsiKhts, Going's Celebrated Horw Medicines. Glham H.-f Oiutmeot, Eaktr'a Hocf Ointment, Castile Soap, English Crown Snap. Turner's Ec Hps 9on. Boston Oil Soap, Fr&zer'g Axle Grease, H. kh. Axle Grease, Stallion Nets, Vacum Oil Blacking, BSrbys Diesting, F.-rmka Irc4o, hiUeroore's Drewdafl. Crosby's Umtliii, Lrna Blaekiiijc Eairta Drtmii, Jamison s Omposttto. ets Foot OIL Bhaffc KatUen. W,S In atMftion V our lanre rtocV of nincle aiid double b&rnewi h&M u - A . . w, wouW inrite th, .ttSou of all lowi'ot tSIS' aa-tr. C.'PEWFIESE, Jr., San Francisco. O. H. MOORE, Of J use Moore & Co., Louj, villa, Ky. B. HCUT. mm mm mm n HUNT & Rtl tm 4 1 7 and 4 1 9 Market Street, bet. First and Fremont Sts. San Francisco, Ca!. JESSE I00EE & COKPAHTC KEIIUOKY Mocre, Hunt & Co, Sols Agents for tha Pacific Coast. Ev virtue of an excution issued out of Juu tice W. H. Benson's court, of Gila township, county of Final, Territory of Arizona, dated the 31at day of October, 1881, in a certain ac tion wherein John Garrison as plaintiff recov ered judgment against the rtnal Copper Com pany for 162.10 and costs of suit taxed at Stil.tW, on the 3lst day ot Uctober, ISM. I have levied upon the following described property, to-wit: Mining claims in Mineral Creek district, county of Final, Territory of Arizona, named as follows: Millie, Esmeran za, Burnside, Reed, 51 on: oi, St. Julien, Tib betts, Bilk, Ida Bell, Scorpion, National and Ray; Also the boarding house at Bolingei ville, the smelter, mill-site, store and other buildings at Riverside, and a quantity of ore near the said smelter. Notice is hereby given that on S&turday, the 7th day of January, 1SS2, at 2 o'clock, p. m., of that day, in front of court-house. Florence, county of "Pinal, Arizona, I will sell all right, title and interest of said Final Copper Com pany in and to the above described property, at public auction, for cash, to the highest and best bidder to satisfy said execution and costs. Dated at Final, the 14th d&y of December, 1S81. J. P. Gabriel, Sheriff. Bv J. J. Stewart, Deputy. 38 Xcw Stage Line to Mineral Hill. On Saturday, November 5th, the un- demigned will commence to run a serai weekly stage line between Florence and Mineral Hill. The stage will leave Flor ence at 7:30 a m. Wednesday and Satur day mornings of each week, and will re turn the same day, leaving Mineral Hill at 2 p. m. Fare $i freight one cent per pound; mail matter carried free. Office at Florence Corral. 32-tf. Wilson & Leblanc. JESSE. MOOBE i CO'S A A brand, bhla ftD! M bbls per gal $ 4 00 B briwl. -hblg aud t:f bbls per gal 3 :0 C braud. bbls and bf Lbla per gal 3 00 No. I hraud, bbls and hf bbia per gal 3 so Eye, bbis aud U bbls imr gal $3 Ml to 4 50 Deduction of 2S cm per gal on lota of 5 bbls AA brand m caei, 1 doi to rase, 5 w gal 11 00 A A brand, & casea, 1 dot to cane, 5 to gal 10 50 AA brand 10 cades, 1 dr.z to coee, 5 to gal 10 GO A A brai d, pint naske, 2 doz to cane 13 00 AA brand, 5 caees, pint d&ska, 3 doi to case 13 60 C brartd, 1 dot 5 to cat 8 50 C bnmd, 5 cases., 5 to gal g 25 C braud, 10 caaee, 5 to gal 8 00 30-4m J. W. PANTS In bond In KokchcIct, Spring 1S80 In bond in Kentackj, Bpring IJJ31 MOOKE, HUNT t CO. '3 Cron brand, 1 case, 5 to gal ...jg a CVjwn brand, 5oases, 5 to gal y pa Crown brand. 10 caaee. 5 to gal J ag Crown brand, pinte 3 aoz to cane '..'.'. I Rg Crown brand, pints, 3 dos to (as, 5 caaat I gs. Crown brand, pinte, 2 dot to case, 10 easei I i9 Anchor Champagne, phata, 3 dor g go Anchor Champagne, quarts, ldoz, f M 3 f'i Si MS 'I'W'T'W. MANUFACTURERS OF HERMETICALLY SEALED GOODS! 17 to 4:1 Main Street. SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. O-DEALERS IN EVERY VARIETY OF CANNED LARGEST STOCK ON THE PACIFIC COAST. 30-3m. GOODS. CARRY THJS Established 1863. Notice. said court, at the town of Florence, in the aid county of Pinal, lias been appointed as the time and place for proving the will required for success, and he who thinks of said Fordyce Phelps, deceased, and for . . . .... I 1,. H, a i;.,f;..r f lmn UTouT, to achieve it by any other means will be -Ft-""" ,. . ' . , , , , . , for the issuance to him of letters testa sadly disappointed, and should remain at mentary, when and where any person in home at ease." Of that grand army of terested mav appear and contest the same. fault-finders, never satisfied and forever complaining, that Territory wants none; men who sit supinely waiting for fortune to bid them good-morrow, who make no effort to help themselves, and then com plain of their non-success, should not come to Arizona. In this short space we have alluded to the class of emigration which this Terri tory is in need of, aud also that class it can well aflurd to do without, inere la here plenty of room for an active, enter prising, energetic class of people, who will open our mines, cover our plains and hill sides with flocks and herds, cultivate our rich valleys, build up happy homes and prosperous communities, and by industry, enterprise, temperance and integrity lay broad and deep the foundations of the coming great State of the Southwest. G. L. Wratten, Probate Judge and ex-officio Clerk. Dated December 3d A. D 1881. 3G Clias. W. Tillman, CARPENTER & BUILDER ! FLORENCE, ARIZONA. Job Work, Fittixo akb Repairing Stores and Dwellings. I Keep on hand a LARGE STOCK OF LUMBER, SASH, BLINDS, DOORS WINDOW-GLASS, aud all ma terial necessary in the con struction of "buildings. Wanted Immediately. Furniture Repaired, Saw-Filing a Specialty. A com!ettMit am) thoroughly reliable male teacher, illust be experiencea nrt temperate. None other need apiiy. For further particu lars call ou or address either of the under signed. Hill Peakmitt," V. Hakvfy, Trustees. Jojiv Miller. ; FK-Mice, A. T.. The 31 sr, 1.rfl. 40 Undertaker. Coffins made to order at short notice, and alw.ivs,on hand, Notice is hereby given, warnins; all per sons to beware purchsing the following mining properties situtaed in Mineral rliu district, viz: Good Truck, Extensive, Hary, and West end, said property hav ing been jumped and relocated under the names of lilac k Jack, Chicago, Tully, ana Glencoe, as we are the rightful owners thereof, and have performed the regular assessment work for the year ending De cember 31st, 1881. D. W. McUailan, K. Mackenzie, Robt. Bowkn, 36 Harry Jones. Sheriffs Sale. By virtue of an execution issued ont of Jus tice W. H. Benson's court, of Gila township. county of Pinal, Territory of Arizona, dated the 7th day of November, 1881, in a certain ac tion wherein Peter Palmer as plaintiff recov ered iudinnent against the final Copper Com pany for $108.61 and costs of suit taxed at 87.43 on the 7th day ot JNovember, 1881. I have levied upon the following described property, to-wit: Mining claims situated in Mineral Creek district, Pinal county. Terri tory of Arizona, named as follows: Millie, Es meranza, Burnside, Keed, Monroe, St. Julien, Tibbetts, Bilk, Ida Bell, Scorpion, National, and Ray. Also the boarding house at Bolinp erville, smelter, mill-site, store aud other build ings at Riverside, and quantity of ore near the said smelter. Notice is hereby given that on Saturday, the 7th day of January, 1882, at 2 o'clock, p. ni., of that day, in front of court house, Florence, county of Pinal, Arizona, I will sell all the right title and interest of said Pinal Copper Company, in and to the above described prop ertv, at public auction, for cash, to the highest aud best bidder, to satisfy said execution and all costs. Dated at Pinal, the 14th day of December, 1881. J. P. Gaeuikl, Sheriff. By J. ,T. St .-wart. Deputy, . S3 J! J mini am aeiniii mpf MELROSE, CALIFORNIA. Purcliase Lead Bullion, Highest Pries Paid for GOLD, SILVER and Lead Ores. ORES ASSAYED. Ores or Lead Bullion, loaded in can on line of any railroad in the Siatee and TtrrUori are delivered at works without change oj ear. No Charge Made for Sampling. Comign to "C. D. M. 8. Co., Melrose, California," ' 1-21-ly WILLIAM P. MILLER, General Manager. HOFFMAN & CO,, IMPORTERS OF si 7)ftss twrnsstSi m V3 ,sSr w Gents Furnishing Goods, Hosiery, Gloves. Rilitas, Laces, and Agents for. Merced Mills Blankets, Flannels, NOS. 17 AND 19 BATTERY STREET. San Francisco, S3 tu. California.