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TERRITORIAL OFFICERS., Governor, rWretary, A nil' tut "StcTetary, Attor&ay liener.d, Surveyor Ueuera', Auditor, - ( to. A. Tkitl. II. M. Van Alt nam. JoUS K. ANililiSCX. K. P-. Km hoy. V.'.VSMO. K. I'. Clam-, 1 rcn-mre r. Turn J. Bl'TLFK. fmp't of Public Instruction, M. 11. Siikrman. rlerate to Cuiii.re, OluNViu K It. OtKY. Eup't Territorial Pri-ion, (iso, M. Thcrlow. SUPREME COURT Chief Justice, - C. O. W. Frknch. Associate Justices LH 'hKIT I'llRTKR. V. 11. Stm.-.vk.i.i. Reporter Supreme Court, C. IX Rvsrt. DISTRICT COURTS. Ju-lifa 1 .Tuliiid D'o't, V. IL Stii.wkm. Ju l,e 2-1 .Tudicinl D-i't, D-iKr-aT ToiiTir".. JuJtf S-I JuiicWl Dis't, C. (.!. W. Fr.L.scH. U. S. Or riCERS. V. S. MarshM, - C. P. Dakf. XT. S. Dep.ity M.-Thal. - V. C. IlUN!v. tf. S. Deut. Marshal, lloreuce, Jcha C. Lou. TUCSON LAND CFICE. Receiver, C. E. Dailey. heater, ... Henry Cousin. PRESCOTT LAND OFFICE. Receiver, - Gkiuicz Soutkm. Kejfister, - W'M. lCCLLY. CUSTOM OFFICERS. Collector CharWton, En.NMT Ml'Cll'IIB. pept. Collector, Tucson. . V. T. ScoTT. Inspector, S. M. Ballmteros and A. J. Keen. JNT'L REVENUE OFFICERS. ollcetor, Tocos, D-tpt. Collector, Yam, Tn' Cordis. II. X. A LUX AN IMA PINAL COUNTY OFFICIALS. Sheriff, T'uJer sheriff, Treasurer, Probata JmV, Clerk of District Court, District Attorney, KecorJor, - Deputy UecorJcr, J. P. Uabmrl B. J. Whukidu" . ' " P. H. CilADV G. L. Whattrv F. Moskk II. B. Sr'MMi::.s Tn;. J. Dkvine HlNiS Thomas ( Tat. IIollamv BiMurrl of Supervisor, Jxo. T. Y: ptlKscn L. Geo. F. Cook Clark of B.oard of Hup. Hinson Thomas. Supt of l'u'i!!- &hrols, - O. L. Wrattkh. Justice of the Peace, at. Floron Jsn. Mitxo. Jojtica of the Peace, at Pln.il, V. II. itKSsoN. J ust ice of the Peace, Han Pedro, J. N. D-vison. Constable, nt Violence, - Avnr.F.w Ham. Deputy Sheriff at Pin.il, K. K. Kennedy. PablioAJuiiniatrator, Henp.y SchoshusR.. ( Wm. Hakvey. School Trustees, i B. II. De Arnitt. I John Millkk. The Denver Jpottioii. ruEstovr, Mav 20, 18S2. JF7irei, It is proposed by the citizens of Colorado to hold a mining exposition lii tho city of Pan ver, to ha cloned in August, 1382; and Whcva, An invitation has been ex tended t Iho people of Arizona to par ticipate in tlie some, und present for ex hibition t-c-imens of liioir various uiiner als, mining mao'iincrj', etc., and Whertm, Tub Excec-utive Las ruasoii t.j believe tliat the several railroads passifig tlimagh Arizona, ITew Mexico aud Col- oi-ado, will transpjrt all orus free of charge Vj .-id Denver, and Whereas, It is most espcoiully importani that arraiiijanii'iits be perfected looking to Arizona's proper representation. TUrtfur, I hereby reqm-st that the citizens of the several tiii.iintf districts throi'ghtout tho Territory, hold auieolin" on or beforo J una Ifl, for the purpose of electing a suitable person who- shall be commissioned by the Executive of the Territory to make a full collection of io3 of liis district, ascertain tho assay value :id chra-;ter of the same, prepare suitable casos in which tho same may ha placed in the department sot aside for Arizona, and hip to the nt.arr-xt pjint on the railroad, to be taheu and transported to Denver The roprcRertntive appointed tu be present at the exposition to take charee of the mining district he represents. The Ex ecutive will also appointotio commissioner, whoso duty it shall be to secure suitable accomodations from the proper authorities Runtroliiig the exposition, und to allot, to e.oli rpreaei'.tativo from tho Territory hU proper space, and to fjenei.tlly sapt-r-vh,e and report upon tho conduct of our representation. The Executive of this Territory is with out fund under his control, by which the exienses connected with the ariTn; ment for conduct of said exhibition by jthe TeiTitrry can bo pai-.V. The roveral miiiinp; diatru'la ore there fore iiioit reapectfully reriuested tj provide the necessary means to enable their ro prostintativs to carry out the objects of this address. ' The presi of Arizona are most earnestly mV, i to (tub! hdi thi. nddruwt untiil the Xr"- 'i -h.yof June, ld6'2. Most respect i . . oruarjntod by F. A. Tritle, Governor. V: rater Miuins Exhibition. "' Arwnrjoments have been made for hold c .r at Denver, Colorado, in the month of August, UStt, the lust exhibition ever . organised in America principally for mi.. ing machinery, ores, products of mills, cmelting works and other establishments connected with the mining industry. The plan of the exhibition has been received with groat favor, end it is alrearty certain that the most important and valuable col lection of ores, machinery and reduction products ever gathered in tho United fctatea will be exhibited at Denver. Largo numbers of men interested in mines, inveefcora, manager.-;, miners, m:!l ruen, scien'.iue men and others connected with the development of the g'-at min ing industry will bo present-. The American Institute of Mining Engineers, which numbers amonij il-i mcmbeis more than one thousand of tho lnading mining wen in America, will hold during the exhibition its iirst meeting we.it of tlie Mississippi river. In erery respect this exhibition and tho gathering of promi nent men to which it will "ive rise will be important to Western mining inter ests, which will receive tho principal attention both in tho exhibition and in tha meeting of the engineers. Arizona cannot afford to pass this favorable oppor tunity without energetic action. Much as our remarkable mining resources do erro attention and development, they will not recoivo it unless we bring them to tho knotfhidgo of tho world at proper timea and places. The JXmver Exposi tion is tho best timo and pl ice which has been afforded us since the beginning of mining in Arizona. For tho purpose of producing concerted action on the part of Arizona nuuiMg men, Ins ,c.:-.celloiicy, Oiovemov Tritie, has issued an address to the people, in which ha calls upon the residents of each mining district to chooe a representative before the 10th day of dune, and he has also appointed me Commissioner for tho whole Torri tarr. Unrlnv this commission I hereby notify all District Commissioners that collection of ores and other exhibits should b sent properly packed and thi- pivfn'i.l to one of tho fol'.jing points : Tuuia, Maricopa, luc.ion, Ben on, Willcox, Howie, in tiina to be at the railroad r,t ition bufore July 13th. As to the kind o; exhibits desirod this is ne-.-es-arily governed by tin chaia-tor of mining j-esourcos in tlie Territory. Ari zona has already become remarkable for its fret m lling silver ores and oxidized copper oris, ai d both of these should receive the utimst attention, as they are tho s'.d jeot of inquiry amongst mining men ai.a investors, ll.e lerntory u!so contains extensive indications of lead, goid ores and coal, which should be prop erly placed before the world. In general the exhibits will naturally fall into broad classos like the following: . I l-'re milling silver ores. IT B.ise silver ores. III Oxidized copper ores. IV Sulphureted copper ores. V Lead ores. VI Lead ores with gold and silver. VII Free gold ores. VIII Sulphureted vrold ores. IX In connection with the above, iron ores and limestones suitable for fluxes, and coal. X Product j of mills and reduction works. XI Plans and models of mints, mills aud chemical factories. XII Clear and detailed descriptions of ihe methods adopted for treating the ores, with plans of machinery. XIII Each district should send one suit of specimens of country rock, show ing the limestone, shale, nuartzite or granite, and especially any eruptive rocks that occur in tho district; XIV Statistics of ore mined, ore treated and bullion produced since the beginning of mining operations, and especially for the year which has elapsed since the collection of the census statin tics up to June 1, 188'J. In addition, the wood, water and agricultural resources of each district should be given; or failing the existence of these, the U3Ua! source of supply should be stated. In regard to the twelfth and thirteenth classes of exhibits, I wisu to say that this exhibition can be made of great perma nent value to the mining profession if the managers of mills and other reduction works will give t j the Commissioner a short account of tho methods used in re ducing their oro3. In mills, the weight of stamps, number of drops, biz of screens, single or double discharge, weight of pan charge, length of pan run, use of cheiiiioal3 both as to quantity and mode of adding thei.i, mode of handling quick silver, amalgam aud bullion, and the quantity of each, proportions of settling tanks, all questions that affect lob3C3, whether in aHmss or tailings, are some of the points desired. In smelting works tho style of furnace, character of ore, fluxes and fuels, the losses in slag ami flue du3t, tho management of sulphuret ores, and everything that relates to ob taining a merchantable product in one operation, are in place. It ia to be re membered also that the attention of thinking men will be aroused r.iost cer tainly by descriptions of experiment, novel arrangements and the frank state ment of difiicultie.-., whether overcome or not. A careful selection of specimens showing the country rocks connected with the oro.3 will have great interest for expe rienced mining men. Especially import ant are the eruptive rocks which usually occur in dykes and aro abundant in Ari zona. Tho exhibition wiil bo attended by bcieijtitic men who are interested in such collections, and who will freely give their aid in uiukiu the ore deposits of Arizona uudtiatood and appreciated. Specimens of ore should be accompanied by an assay giving the amount of gold, silver, copper and lead. It is intended to collect all such facts into a suitable publi cation. To increase the value of this wolk it is requested that a s.hort state ment should bo sent from each district giving the position, altitude, surface char actor (whether mountainous or rolling), population and other facts of the district at large, and also the especial facts con nected with each mine represented in the exhibit. Each district wiil also supply a esse to contain its exhibit, and such cases when intended tor a table should be two and one-half feet wide, "fifteen inches high at tho back and eight inches high in frout, inside measurement, with a sash cover hinged at the back; length sufficient to contain the specimens sent. Wall cas?a to contain specimens should be six feet high and eighteen inches deep. If any district omits to appoint a commis sioner, any person desiring to exhibit can send his specimens marked as above, pre paying charges, and write to the nearest appointed commissioner, asking him to take charge of his exhibit. District Commissioners, when ap pointed, are requested to communicate with me for the purpose of securing har mony of action. Communications on the subject of the exposition may be ad dressed to mo or to 1 nomas K. horm, Assistant Commissioner, Tombstone, A. T. IiIKECTIONS rOK PACKIXU. 1 Select fresh specimens if possible. 2. Wash them clean, using a tooth brush to removo hardened clay. 3. Do not jMstt any label on them. 4. Write separate label for each speci men, giving name of mine, district, county and owner. . .. 0. If necessary to mark the specimen use red paint nnd a small camel's hair brush, and make small figures. 0. Wrap the specimen with its label in pater. 7. Pack in a strong box and fill the box, so aa to prevent shaking. Do not use sawdust, but pack in with paper. 8. Paste the printed addres-i attached to this circular on one end of the box, and also mark the top with ink. Pack ages not marked with ink will net be re ceived by the railroad. Alt packages should bo addressed as follows: John A. Chcrh, I E Mining Exposition, Denver, Colorado. Tlir. EDIl OIt AS a UELPEZU Journalists ara, we take it, quite as intelligent as lawyers and doctors, and are much quicker, a rigoroua natural Se lection starving out slow rain, and they are compelled to learn a vast number of faet which aro not harder 't- leara than the anatomy of the body or the practice of the courts. Coutinuous attention lone, apart allogether from special in tellectual capacity, immensely increases knowledge, and with it the power of forming an opinion. Take the most or dinary illustration. There is no subject upon which the average Englishman is so densely ignorant as Scuta American politic. Tho telegram informs fcira that the Argentine Confederation Las declared war upon Chili, a-nd leaves him just as ignorant as he was before. But he happcn3 to know a rather stupid houih American merchant dealing with the republics of the Plata ; he talks to him, sud in ten minutes he possesses four or fivo times tha capacity for an opinion that lie possessed before. He may not form an accurate opinion, but still it is not a totally ignorant ono, and i, therefore, pro lanto, f.atur than the one which, without the merchant, ho would havo formed. The journalist stands to his reader just in the rolation of that morchant that is, he can help !o's qnestionr a good deal toward an ji'ii,v,i, whieh wdl bo sound cr nn according to the joint capacity of ;i m 1oih, but will be indefinitely -o'lii h r than that of tho man whj liaa ml; lio-r.i the news. .union Spectn-'if. war on. wbitxet praised cex. BVTLER. The late Dr. Aliston W. Whitney was a rrreat admirer of. Gen. Butler, and, on being asked why he supported the latter so strongly in his campaign for Gov ernor, the 'doctor gave the following reason : While ho was a prisoner in Libby, 1 eld as a hostage for a Confed erate officer of cqnsd rauk captured by our army, Gen. Buruside, who waa operating in East Tennes ,ot) rvith the Ninth corps, enpttued two rebel Cap tains, who were hanged as spies a:ter tatifafactory proof tttat that was their ruibsion inside our lines. When the news readied IViebnio'.id there was great excitement among the Confederates, atari the result was that nn order was itwr.ad that two Union Captains should be hanged in retaliation. Tho choice fell upon an Ohio and a New York Captain, who were notified to be prepared for death on tho following day. Almost immediately afir the announcement of what was to be done, Gen. Bntler, who was then in command of the Army of the Jame3 in front of Kichmond, waa apprised of the fact. Ho had just capt ured Gen. Fitzhugh Lee and another Confederate General, and sent back word to the authorities of Kiehtaoud that if ihey executed the two Captains be would perform a liko duty with Jho two Generals. Tho Confederates pro- .. t ik i tested Uu the execution of officers of a superior ranK ior uiose ci an interior rank never was known in tho history of war, and was contrary to all precedents ; but the only satisfaction that they got from Gen. Butler was that ho didn't cars what had been dons in the past, and that he waa willing to establish a new precedent, if necessary. Xho result was that the lives of the two oflieers were spared, and from that time to his death Dr. Whitney never ceased to praise Gen Butler. Boston Journal. LUURy TO HE BRIEF. Long visits, long stories, long exhor tations and long prayers seldom profit those who have to do with, them. Life is short Time is shortf Moments nre precious. JLearn to condense, abridge and intensify.' Wo can endurs saauy an acho Mil iil if it is scon over, while even pleasures grow insipid, and pain icioler lblo, if they are protracted beyond the ''.jiit-iof reaaon and convenience. Lajrn to be brief. Lop ol branches ; f-.tiek io the main f.ict in your case. If you pray, ask for what you would receive cud get through; if you speak, tell your messagn end then Lolu your tongue ; boil down two word. into one, and three into two Learn to b- brief. Ithaca R.rpn ts. " Yf.s," he cried passionately, " I love you so true, so true " "Never mind, darlidg," said she, artlessly, I'll hnvi hit troii-K 'Ml .irri.-r .,1 nt oint." vic a- STOMAC2J .4 Li3 It is the concurrent testimony of the publie nd the medical profession, that Hostetter's Stomv Kilters is a medicine which achieves result! speedily fell. thoioti:h and benien. Beside reetifying liver disorder, it invigorates the feble, eonvuers kidney and bladder com plaints, and hastens the convalescence of those recovering from eufeebli-;g diseases. Moreover it is the grand riKcific for fever and p.gue. For sale by all Druggists and Dealers generully. j!ierilf?s KaJo. In tho District Court of the Second Judicial District of the Territory of Arizoui;, in and for the county of Gila Michel Lew, Plaintiff, "j vs. L E. E. Chulson-, Defendant J Un-l-r and by virtue of an execution issued ont of the District Court, Second Judicial Dis trict, Territory of Arizona, in and for the county of Gila, on the 15th day of May, A. 1). 1882, and to me directed mid delivered, in favor of Michel Levy, Plaintiff, and aiiainst K. E. C'hiison, defendant, for tho sum of Seven Hun dred and Ninety-two 1702) dollars, costs of suit amounting to the ram of One Hundred and Fii'tv-nin and 80-100 (Sir.9.80) dollars, the percentage allowed by law, amounting to the sum of Thirty-nine and 00-luO (S.TJ.CO) dollars, and all accruing costs, I have levied upon all tlie right, title and interest of the said E. E. Chilson in and to the following described real property, to-wit: All the right, title and inter est the said defendant had on the 31st day of March, A. D. lt'82, or that he hes since ac quired, in and to the E Plr.ribus. Home Ticket, Homcstiike and Keward mining loca tions, all situated, lying snd being in the Casa Grande mining district, Pinal county, Arizona Territory, and lyii g about twenty-seven (27) n-iles couth of the town of L'asa Grande, in said county ar-d Territory aforesaid. Notice is hereby given that I shall on Ttll RHCiY, TItK GTH DAY OF JT I.V, A. TV 1S82, betweeu th-3 hour" of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock ?. M., to-wit, at tho hoO.r of 12 o'clock M., proceed to ::eli in front of the Court House door, iu the town of Florence, couutv of Pinal, Territory of Arizona, at public auction, to the highest, and best bidder for cash, to satisfy said judgment, costs, percentage and "all accruinsr costs, all the right, title and interest of the aaid E. E. C'hiison, the above named defendant, in and to the above described property that he had on the Slst dy of Tdnrch, A. 1). 1882, or that he has since acquired. J. P. Gatikie:, Sheriff of Pinal Cohdt, A. T. Florence, Pinal countv, A. T., June 7, A. D. 18b:!. jelOtd The above sale is hereby postponed until Thursday, July 13, A. l. 182, at the same time and place. J. P. Gammei, f-iheioil. Sheriff's OIKce, Florence, I'inal couutv, A. T., July 5, A. D..16S2. The above sale is hereby postponed until Thursday, July 20, A. D. 1882, at same time and place. J. P. Oabkiel, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office. Florence. Pinal county, A. T., July 13, A. D. 1862. To All Whom it Hy Couceru All persons are hereby cautioned against negotiating for or purL-hashing the wnole or any interest in a mining claim known as the "Sun Set" from any one exceit the unHersitmed. The 'Sun Sot' is the east extension of the "Silver Queen" mine Bituated in San Pedro district about nine miles west of the San Pedro river and was located by us January 5th, lS'i, and recorded in the office of the Count Re corder of I'inal Co., January 23rd, and we still boid said mine and the whole thereof by vir tue of said location made in conformity with the mining laws of the United Strttcs and no one except us has any right, title or interest thivein or authority to ss.U or bond any rai t thereof. Thomas Convoy, Anna Vvr. Bates. Florene' May 29th, 1A2. 10- 5 - V. S fm Jir " f ' J V 85 H eu COSMOPOLITAN SALOON! Main Streef, FLOREXCF, ARIZONA. A FIRST-CLASS IT HOUSE. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Wines, Liquors3 Cigars ETC. ETC. ETC. Fancy drinks of every description a spe cialty. Come Where you can get a metropolitan drink an at metro politan prices. J. V. WILSON, Trop'r.' lOtf Remarkable Escape. John Kuhn, of Lafayette, Ind., had a very narrow escape from death. This is his own story: "One year ago I was in the last stages of consumption. Onr best physicians gave my case up. I finally got so low tiiat our doctor said I could not live twenty-four hours. My friends then purchased a bottle of Dr. Win. Hal Balsam for the lungs, which benefited me. I coutinucd until I took nine bottles. I am ow in, r.erfect health having used no oilier medicine. From u-e aoove it is aill)v evillcilt thiit there is a cure for consumption, eVen in the most hcmeles cases, ami that cure is Ur. W m. Hall s Balsam for the lungs. Cures alh couijha alid colds. Cures all diseases of tlie lunas and chctt. Cures pneumonia and sore, throat, and is a sure cure for consumption, if taken in season 3 LH k CO. Uanufocturers &f fill styles of 405 Frost Street, SAN FRANCISCO, - CALIFORNIA. PEERLESS-SOAP the bcttt iii tills Tuii.et, U Precscd and wmj-ped, 100 bars 75 lbs. I1 reused and wnppeI, 43 Itara 56 lba. PrvBstrd tu. wrc-ppett, 4 Vr, 18 lb. Plain unwrapinfl. 10 bars 3Clbs. Pliia uiiwi-nMid.i'O bars, . 13 lba. Full Weight, Purity and Desirabil ity Combined. ' -A -if Notice of Forfciicre. Notice is hereby given to Eliha Bichp.rd and 'Ilios. H. Bush that tie undersigned has performed the annual assessment work an:o-.mtiug to ?100 f:r the year 1881, on the Pinafore mine, in Sacatou mining district, Pinal county, A. T-, and you are hereby no tified that unless you pay your proportion of the same, to-wtt: i3 ea'-h, widiin ninety days from the date of the publication of this notice, ycur interests in said mine will be forfeited to the undersigned according to law, and you will also pr.y for this advertisement. April 22d, 1882. 4-13 John Sullivan. How to secure IicallU It is strange any one will suffer from derangements brought on by impure blood, v.l.eh sco vill's sabsafbilla and stillixoia or blood asd liver syrup will restore health to the physical organization. It is a strengthening syrup, pleasant to take, and the t.evt Eiooo pi tifier ever dis covered curing sciofula, s-pliilitic disord ers, weakness of the kidneys, erysipelas, malaria; nervous disorders, debility, bilious complaints and diseases of the blood, liver, kidney;, stomach, skin, etc. Dr- DeWitt C. Kellingcr's liniment is an infallLle cure for rheumatism, sprains, ameness, and diseases of ihe scalp, and or promoting the growth of the hair. Resotied from Dead. William J. Coughlin, of Somerville, Mass., says: lathe fall of 187C I was t:ken with bleeding of the lungs followed by a severe cough. I lost my appetite and tLsh, and wa3 confined to my bed. In 1877 I was admitted to the hospital. The doctors said I had a hole in my lung aa big as a half dollar. At one time a re port went around that I was dead. I gave up hope, but a friend told mc of Dr. William Hall's Balsam for the lungs. I got a bottle, when to my surprise, I commenced to feel better, and to-day I fee! better than for three years past. 'I write this hoping every one aiHictecl with diseased lungs will take Dr. William Hall'l Balsam, and be convinced that COXnUMPTION CAN B3 CURED. I call posi tively say it has done more good than all the other medicines I have taken since my sickness. 1 Iniportast Xo.iee IVortln Warning. of We desire to give this friendly word of warn ing to whom it may concern, that all persons who have liceu, or are now dealing in a prepa ration called ''Clayton & Russell's Celebrated Stomach Bitters," put upon the. market by Adams & Co., of New York, render them selves liable to prosecution arid damages, aa said article has been pronounced by the U. S. Circuit Court, Southern District, ISew York, in a dicishn rendered by his Honor, Judge Blatchford, February, 18.82, as being an muta tion of Hostetter's Celebrated Stomach Bitters, and who granted a decree of perpetual injunc tion with daniages, against the said Adaro3 & Co. for violation of our trade mark in the prem ises. The principle of this important decision applies with ecjiial force to any article of hit ters, the labuls of which bear a genend resein- bir.uce to cur trade mark, as well as to the re filling of our old bottles with spurious stulf, or Ecl'ing in bulk any article purporting to be our preparation, and her ?e this triendly word of camion. W e never tail to convict, as the coun ty records of J,ew Orleans, St. Louis, New York and other poiiit3 fully arfirm. Ho'stettlr k Smith. Pittsbu-g. March, l?t,2. Shoemaker's Shop HENRY SCHMIDT, MAIN STREET, FLORENCE, A. T. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes ! Made to order in every style required. A large stock of tiie Quest leather kept on hand. REPAIRING ALWAYS NEATLY DONE I have a largtt searing machine and can do all kinds of liht ui.d heavy cauvass sewing. Harness repaired. WORK DOSE AT THE LOWEST CASH PBIf'ES. jn WIT,!. OFEN A ERA KOH SHOP AT liUTT!"., MMI, i'lCU-e i VS I&ti a cau. lo-u Mil 14 CIias.W. Tillman, CARPENTER & BUILDER ! FLORENCE. ARIZONA. Jo3 Wor.K, Fitting aXv Repairing Stoess a?;i Dwellings. I Keep on hand a LARGE STOCK OF LUMBER, SASH, BLINDS, DOORS WINDOW-GLASS, and all ma terial necessary in the con struction of building. Furniture Repaired, Saw-Filing a Specialty. 'Undertaker. Coffins made to order at short notice, aud always on hand. Notice of Forfeiture. Notice ia hereby given to James Coaklcy that the undersigned have performed tlie annual as sessment work amounting to 6100 for the' Tear 1881, on the Kearney mine, in Pioneer tliS' trict, Pinal county, A. T., anil you are hereby notified that unless you pay your proportion of the same, to-wit: ffo.i, v.itl.in ninety days irein the date of the publicati-m of this notice, your interest in said mine will be forie'ted to the undersigned aflcorHinK to law, and you will also pay tor this advertisement. M. L. Moiuy, Pat. Mor.cAV. February 11. 1382. 4f-13 PERUVIAN A OF TS5F.SE WiEX, CQ. VIX' YOl" THAT TEIKY ARE TJ5I; n i it la tlie World. They effectually cure ms.la,riai dis eases, vitalize the system asd arrest tho ravages of the dreadful alcohol habit, Dysomama. if For Sale by all'Draggists and Wine Merchant. 22-6m. CIIA3. W. WHITNEY. JOHN MARSHALL. WMtEET & larsMl, RON, STEEL, HARDWARE COAL, METAL, AND m 22 and 24 FREMONT ST., SAN FRANCISCO, - CALIFORNIA LOT IN THE UK tot OF BUTTE On the Gila river 18 miles SS-B fif. i S S': Hal This is to be one of the most promising camps in the Territory. THE PINAL CONSOLIDATED MINING COMPN'Y ARE NOW ERECTING THEIR REDUC TION WORKS. For maps and particulars, call on Gold man V Co., I'iual. or at the town. -ilOS. COCHRAN. T3B UKiEfil AS OStif I HOEES 3 "S EE MEM "S LdJs,.n 205 & 207 Leids-ddorff, and CHICAGO O'PK-'e, t 173 flO.'iROE ETR: wiil,f;'' BCOT Pi a ar m Era a ilii I Uasp on ha:iK tho larffst Stoclt of Ar5orScan raacy owe? liopt oa I tliia Coant, tosetlir vita a corapisto Btocix f IvjlJor & tch?.r' Sco-cii lyise, and c&3 ft'.mis2i at a. znozaebt's aoticd anything in tliQ Printers7 lino roai a. boaKin to s. Cyoatior Press. Vjo bava a. very l&rsc st-oclc r-I ew and Socond-baid PTlntins 3Pire!?5 of aU zuikfis aaid zL-jirs. Wo :,r oolo aarnts fcr, ctnd Keep f u steels, CampbeU Cylinder Proo3es, CottrcU Se Catco?i ditto, also Peerless, Clipper, Jeic-al, uonSaia and 57ashingicn obters, Wasluntcn Eac4 XTeases, now Salter tesjn 5:Vi:;irion f ust tho tains 2or priaters), Tueric "Wator BKotors, Gaa& Paper Cattors and a uU lino ot Sanborn's Bookbinders' SXacb-inery. Ouv Fidelity Roller Conrosiiion and Peoriesa Priatins InSis are cosirtered the best In uso. 12r.vo you uacd our Po. faction plate? -ny rn-.'-j esJitar-ai wrs r.si io-apos-'tiac, and tcerelore sa.va money. Send for oar Shop Main Street, Florence, A. T. At this establishment you can get first- class work at moderate prices. SHAVING, HAIR-CUTTING, SHAMPOOING, ETC., ETC., ETC. Only the best quality of hair oils and per fumeries used. Razors always sharp. SAM. ECSTICK, Proprietor. BEWARE rrt tr-. UilO XLIDLIC IS CAUTIONED against SPURIOUS -;t imH.cdions. SakiugPoiudsr isiKs onlvTotuder con- Uolh ing but Q.?av,e GTzamSiftoce ard. Sngl i shSi carkSoda CCIEHTiFiCAliY COMEIriED. SAN FRANCISCO.'1 "tent, I, cy. 11, 1379, . A Patent, Hot. 0, 18S0. ZZ$&ZL Ksiioal Elsc-trfcitjr ,SJ'''S ET'ECTU(.3IAeETIC BEI.T. li'Z?-bj rtrt hmniim SMtt Fair lUvi;u,l?aiCI, IWW CVAKANTEBU CiB VEA8. BEST Ct TH WOULD . 1 .PS;tlve'y cure wnhoyt roediciii llhc-iatism. Pa. 3 0?3 S 3f 1 ti'l'ARAK TEEU REt-IEVPD k e 5 a- 3 P S Z orcurcd. Send foriJlutraleU Ba.teSa W ttSliicti calclotpi-.lluuJ.edsotcurK tOS Jfc-aritct 6t Saa Francisco, t'ai. WE KEEP IN STOCK THE LARGEST VARIETY CP GOODS IN THE U. 2. AND CAM SELL YOU ANY ARTICLE FOr? PERSONAL OR FAfn-LY 1 USE, IN ANY QUANTITY AT WHOLESALE PRiCC WHATEVER YOU WANT SENO FOR OUR CAT loquh (fr:e) AND YOU WILL FIND IT THLHE MONTGOMERY VARD & GO. 227 & 223 WABASH AVENUE, CHIOAQO. Nat,? GOliD - "ET"C' Sole Trmlersliip. Know all Men by These Presenta: That I, Ivlartiua Loss, witv; of John O. Loss, residing in Pinal county, Arizona Territory, being de sirous of and hereby intendinr: to avail myself of the benefits of Chapter XXXII. of the Ofcmpiled Laws of Arizona Territory, and spe cially Sections 25, 2G, 27 and 28 thereof, do hereby declare my intention and purpose to be come a sole trader, and to carry on from aud after the date hereof, in mv own name and npoa my own account, in the Territory of Ari zona, the business ot general mercnara-sing and trading, and that the amount of money originally invested is less than five thousand dollars. Jn witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal thia twelfth dav of May, A. D., 1S2. , - SIASTINA LOSS. ! L. S. v ' 8-3t LOlTIii WEfiTHEIMElt SAMCFX LEWIS SM LEWIS a CO., 6tJCCSS30n3 TO LEW13 Br.oa. ASD DEALSKS : LEAF TOEACGO, NO. 24 CALIFORNIA TREET, SAN FRANCISCO, - CAL. TXFS rOCNBBT ASE FBIKTEBS WAEE- PACii'iS COAST. 'W''T SC35ES0ES TO M1LLE3 M1LLE3 & F.1GKAS3 a Scotch Type Fi OUNDERS, 529 Commercial Streets, EAN F2ANCIEC0, CAL, -ompete v,!l!i ca la Qaallty cf fiorxls. OF r 1? --IB'i'HJ. ... '3 5 ff v.-- i--i X'.Arflj!kk.t HENRY SCHOSHUSEN, PROWtlETOR OF THIS FLORENCE Moat Marke BEALES Uf MUTTON, PORK, VEAL, BEEF, SAUSAGE VEGETABLES, AT THE LOWEST BATES. iisrL.Ti, TIN SHOP. J. SUTER, Prop, PINAL AlilZONA. A earefiilly selected stock of Stoves and 'Tinware Kept constantly on hand Orders from countiy stores promptly filled. Special attention paid to iobbing. .vj. s.c w-S Smelting k Lead Co., 313 fifloutgomgry Street, Gold and Silver Refinery and Office. Assay Highest Prices Paid for Gold, Silver and Lead Ores and Sulplnuets. Manufacturers (if Bluestone, also Lead Pipe, Sheet Lead, Shot, Etc. This Company has the Best Facilities on the Coast for working GOLD, fclLYEH ANDLE.VD OP.ES ND BULLION. ncS PRENTISS SELBT, Supt Eastern Transplanted Luiinus, sweet and juicy, fresh opened, in cans, packed in ice, "hipped 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, Corvilie & Co., 805 Sansome St., SAN FItANCISCO, CALIFORNIA BILLIARDS P. Liesenfeld, MaNTJI-ACTIIRER, EsTABilliHEB 1856 Scls Agent fop. the Osly GEITTJI2TS Patent Steel Plate Cushion! GUARANTEED FOR 10 YEARS. Th2 Most Elegant Stock op Billiard and Pool Tables on tks Pacific Coast. P. lisscnfeld H anufactar er of Billiard, Pool and Bagatelle Table and Assignee the Patentee cf the M Patent Pool Attachment. On account of removing to my new quar ters, arid the saving of rent tiie prop erty being my own I will now sell goods 20 loss than any ether house on the Pa cific Coast. 945 Folsem Streets, Near 6th. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. SESD FOB A CATALOGUE. Geo.W. GibbsOo. DEALERS IN roniSteeis Blacksmith Goods 31 to 41 Fremont street, and 32 to 40 Beals Street, San Francisco, Ca!. Knabe Pianos "For beauty of tone, louch and action, I have never seen their equal" CLARA LCUiSE KELLOGG. 'The Knabe" is absolutely the best Piano made. A. L. Bancroft & Co., 721 Market Street, S. F. Sols Agents for the Pasifi Coast 33-Sm - Tiie Great Engllsli Eemedj Is a never-failing Cor for Nervous l)ehility,-. iUaust-ed Vitality, r?.a Kannl IVoUaM 7 vieriiiaAHTl)oe;6SA' KS 4 VTT".AT, T l-3 cs m maturr yea such as Loss ot Memory, Lassitude, NocteiHaJ tmission. Aversion to society, I):iuiea of Vision, Noises in the Lead; the"vitai fluid past ing unobserved in the urine, aud many othea diseases that lead to insanity and death. LR. MINTIE, v.ho is a reynlar physician (,T:'.diiate of the University of Penn ) will sgrea to forfeit Five Hornrsn lJfii.tAns for & ci of this kind the, VITAL EESTOEATIVE (under his special advice and treatment) will not cure, or for anvthinor impure or injuri ous found in it DR. MINTIE treats ail pri vate diseases successfully without mercurv. CONSULTATIONS FKi-'E. Thorough ex amination and srivice, including analysis of nrir.e, 5 00. PKICE OF VITAL RESTO RATIVE, ?3 a bottle, cr four times the quan tity, 830; sent to any address upon receipt of price or C. O. D., secure from observation, nd in private name n acsirea, by a. Ju. L D. 11 Keroy Strrt, San Francisco, CaL SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE, sent oa appli cition by letter statii? pympt-mis, sex aud age. Comraunications strictly confidential. DR. MINTIES KIDNEY EEMEDY, NEPHRETICUJI, cures ail kinds of Kidney and Bladder Complaints, Oor.orrhoea, Oleet Ltuconhcsa. For sale by ail d-jjjists; (fLM abottle, six bottles for $5. DR. HINT! ITS DANDELION PILLEL are the be.- t and cheaiiest DYSPEPSIA and BILIOUS cure in the market For sale fey nil druists. NO. 11 KEABNY STREET, Treats all tiironic and Syochil IMseasss. toxjistg- eist Wlio may be sufteriujr from the effects of youth ful follies or iudiseretions, will do well to avail themselves of this.-tho treateat bosu ever laid at the altar of siifering humanity. Dr. Spin ney wiii jruf.Viiatee to forfeit r,0(i for every oae of Seiuiual Weakness or private diseate of ac7 kind or t haractcr which he undertakes aad fail to cure. There many at the ape of thirty to sixty wha are troubled with toe frequent cvacuatioria of the bladder, often accompanied by a elighfc smarting or burniu!? sensation snd a weaken in;; of the system iu a manner tho patient can not account for. Oa examining the urinary de posits f- ropy sediment will often be found," and sometimes small panic-It s of albumen will ap pear, or the color will he of a thin milkish hte agai changing to a dark and torpid appeso--ance. he:e are many men who die of this dirScvlty, i-norant of the' cause, which is the second stage of seminal weakness. Dr. S. will guarantee a perfect cure in all such cases, und a healthy restoration of the geni to-urinary organs. Office Hours 10 to 4 and 6 to 8. Sunday from 10 to 11 a. m. Consultations free. Thor ough examination and advice $5. . Call or address OR. 8K SXEY A CO., m"-tf. No. 11 Eearr.y st., Sah lranciseo To the Unfortunate! DR. G!3CGfr3 rw,4CSPennfagton fb T i 5 &tJ Cliurch ftitM 1 Si i?.: o-i. rr- . m lishtd in ISM, for utment of fcexu- ,Sa5-. vi ti'',' , such kb Gonorrhea. 25LsXL'4ik-j -lext, St&ictuke, St. peti.i.s, m all it lorias, Semisal, Weaekess, IsiroTKNCY, an;! 1.-st manhood cau positively be cured. Ihe sick and f.tllictcd should not fail to call upon hiiru The D ctor has traveled ex tensively iu Europe, and inspected thoroughly the various hospital tliere, obtaining a great deal of valuable information, which ho is com petent to impart to those iu r.eed of his servi ces. DIl. GIBBOXV will made no charge un less he effect a cure. Perseus at a distance mat be ccrkd at HOiiE. AH conminidcaiions strict ly confidential. . Yon Bee no oua but the Doc tor. Persons writing to the Doctor v.ill please state the name of the paper they see this ad vertisement in. Charges reasonable. Call or write. 2"Aduress, 155. tiiBSOX, Box 73, Ticcsoa, Ariaonit. CifSend 10 for a packaqeof medicine. THE CMLY BILiAELE BITTERS. best izxm III use: A.rStKE CI RE I oa OISI'EPSIA Read Physicians Certificate on Back of Bottle. Sold Everywhere, TRADE STJPFLIZE AT Arpad Haraszthy & Co., 530 Washington Street. if ;rv '. - . 1" A i ucy, Paralysis, ana iJ''y ' the terrible .ff.cts OH F J - '-s'js. : J i o be tre; ai ft-AsS"