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OKHJIN' OJ MAS!.
Pn)fcir tiutimttg iim htm
leridof Gc logical lectr -'
eiscii, in wliu ft? hjioomh
tfartiiug ill- 'iur- '
, declare cm eu aim tcnHWHV.ttiaB
fcur.-cortle!. ind with far ruater'iSiKScj.
la bis lecture on tlic origin of man; at
Disliaway lull, oa tlte lata insL, he said:
Mm ton "ii a continent which lies now
the bed of the Pacific ami Indian oceans,
aad whose tablelands arc now the islands
of Oceanica. When this continent wasmli
Hionjcdf ",an Passed thenco into Asia, and
fra Al. first into America and la.it into
jaruiw. Science will not echo the despair of
tke hutorhn. Lmt is not lost, and whether
n Earojw, Asia Africa or America; whether
jfl tbe wihts of Oregon, or on the lat found
Uod f the Pacific, whenever we find man
fefisd him under the shadow of a mighty
t, h i cch cs revcrhcrate through his
8Bcrs and sjmj ch. Man pntwled nK ng
Aiiboresof oceans and lake and hanks f
xircrs, and won his sujijiort fr m the waters
"Wow he pushed In dominion into the
fiU Man wan itnjKttent it wa only
thi fringe of thi great gloiKs tint tin
&.gtmU of years lie rotild plant the mile
of his foot. At the hnve-t level of die fit
tiif-tre.it of CalUtoga all the tree whirli
fere been exjiossd to view lid north and
wtb. The trees at tliis level have lurcii de
ftmtil hy some sudden c.itatnp!it unit
knrtl under lava asltc. Tiim pucl, a d
mt this scarred iu.ii spread nnithcrgrv
d red who I. The lips f the cniter oma -d
iiin, and an uIut ll d of scrir. hnd
tiwrcrof ah whefmeil the jr ive in ruins.
IiKtil trees occur at five or six lovclV. and
orerthe lntve.it level were 500 feet f lava
vk. A1mivj thf highest level wiu a ImmI of
CMl'imcrate. TIvj hjI1i?cs had lec.i to.litl
ml rousded ,n a twirh. The lava has Ufa
tr.led to a depth of live feet or more, Thi
hi'Wr sutains a stuitirant rrlatinn to
aw. A visitor at the forest may see
fragment of wh-tt was redwoo-l front one of
& loot levels a fragment which hi
Wb kicked hy some sharp instrument.
wt likely of olwidian. It is oliviou mat
till hacking w-s done hy a man, and d-n.
ta th-i tree, not the fo-sil." We infer that mm
aia CiHfornix ln?fre the great vulraafc
tfaptja which burial tinder ash and sc ria
tl great part of Sonoma county, and which
pre birth to the C ast llan-e mountains.
Tbeiaia of that jieriod was not so low an
edhp:erof the lust century. Thi mty
J the eldest record of man faird on the
fee of the glole, but a Iw-tter chnm dogicsl
rscor.l is found on the river. A river writes
iuhktory. and the history of everything
bt! with it, tn its Innks. The cnsion- of
tie rirers of Europe and America, ex
tent tbose ive-it of the llnvkr mountains wr..
rfthenaine depth, showing that the rivrr
!nf ne.irly the ame use. 3Ian was provv
I'ngaloiMr the hanks of the Thames when it
ficd 150 feet above it present level, and
is.hdrnpel his implement of thnt, fat
?Id them Mice now. Primitive nun in
Iwpe wa a cave dweller, and mot inter
tZ traces of the habits of the s ivage a c
f'Cfclin the cnrei. O.ie of thee caves in
twiid has lcen thoroughly cxplonI, and
a? feit laver of ear.h, which records a
fwi of alnut 1,500 years ago, we find lh
WMtef anim ds n w"c.xiting, n-mai is of
MBin of the d itc of Trajan, and imple,
of bronze. Again, we come to a IkiI
frtskgmite 15 feet thick, which may have
m nearly 303,000 years in form'ng. Be-
Uiis i more cave earth, and in it we
W remain of animals that lived in a tro
!lcHmite. tich as the river how and
fiffr. Man wis here, alo. and thi l
"!lt recird w have of him. He wn
lfreaviiif little letter than Id rav
'e, but fnan such a past has come th
iit, and fnm h? pres-iit what a g'ddei
remay unfold, for man i not made, but
.TisGooaTtMKK a-Coiso. It is a very
tSesnt fact that people It ve letfiin to
Pjd-lUr obl piece ovrr the counter in
e y of onlln try trafle I It moms that
rsMmpt!on of jecSe payment is almost
J,onpli.hMl fact, Ily the fir;t day of
wj nxt It i ipiltp probable that a
fti of pamr m nev, whether legil len-
rwra naiioaal iMitk note, wm oe equiv
fHi market to one dollar la pdd -the
'dtT Mandartl of value. Put that into
wplpv, anti reumpionl s, ami smoke
Dytn (Ohio) Journal.
I! Whittim; PsnvvfuiB mm. A ladr at a
iJ,r rcat. wbiwt nnrallv children an-
crjUMlr 1 1 th- hotel, the other day
?toanoted tearhcr, sittjng neat- her at
e Wlc: Professor, io you Micvc in the
?"'f,f rod, in the manar ment of chil-
-?, The pnf orlartd at her annoy
cmldrrn. and grimly replied -Somc-:JJdam;
but there are cases when I
prefer the revolver P
Tlte following, which is known as 'Moth
er Shipton's Prophecy," was first published
Iul48d. and repuidUItea in 1641. It hill
be noticed that all the events predicted in
it, except the two last lines which is still
In the future have already come to pas:
Carriages without horses shall go,
And accidents fill the world with woe.
Around the world thought anall ily
In the twinkling of an eye.
Water shall yet more wonders do,
Now tranj;e, yet shall be true.
The world upside down hall be,
And gold found at root of tree.
Through hilla men shall ride,
And no home or lias bo at his aide.
Under water men hall walk,
Shall rid Khali (deep .shall talk.
In the airmen nhall bo -een,
In white, In black, In reen.
Iron in tho water shall Moat
Aa oy a a wooden boa.
5o!d drill Ih found and shown,
In a Ian J tint not ye' knowji.
Kin: and er shall wnndenido;
Kairlaiid liall at hil admit tho Jew.
The svorld tuna end shall coiuu
In eighteen hundred and eli?hty-one.
Gki:kmiack. A Sacramento paer in
nticin tlf cin'Uiastaiii'e that ureenbacks
are but three h.t ce.it below gold, ask- very
jM?rtinenlly, 4Viu not brim them to par lV
tccepting them f"r custonisl" The hllairn f
the oou r . nr now in such a stiue that pa
lter roubl in tl iipt il in value to gold,
with but litti ditiicu.tv. Th'-re is but one
di-furbiug etement. and that Nthe unsettled
question rvla'tve to silver coin. If .silver
coin were nito" equal in value of yohi coin,
re-umptioii wouiU take place alino-t without
At Itsr. Our old friend Dom Pedr U
on his vav hine to hrxrii. He has .seen .ill
there is io ! seen outside of his own coun
try, shaken hands with nil the u.iamputated
peop'c he rou.d find, ascended in the only
elevator connected with photdgniphy in the
world, has gathered mterials for a lmk
which nit has umhI up his crelit with
the shoemakers by wearing out so many
halr- o.e. tnd now he n'tires to private life
i i the p-nd c aiMMou-ne-s of being the only
real, unadulterated Herodotus of the age.
A long uap i in order.
At the earnest request of the crowd. Wade
Hampton tn-ide n 'aief sjmh-cIi in Louis
ville. Ivy., last Saturday. It is scniible and
patnatic. He said:
"I come here, my friends not to sjteak,
but to INteu. I come, that I may, as a
Souther.! man. show my respect, not only
for yoar authorities of L mm-ille, but for
th" President m' the Unitetl States. I am
ttorlo-re to speak of aililics, but when we
thai man doiair hi duty, whether he be a
Kepubla au or Democrat, I am willing to
sav weU don- applau-e; and I think as a
jjreat maav of our friends havu said, that
the President has onlv haie his duty."
There i an asKjatioii just started in the
P.oman Catholic Chttn-h for a-storing the
IV)iK5 to his temp-tal jaiwer. there are saitl
to be two hutnlrvtl and fifty million of Cath
olics In the rid. They can farm a mig'ity
h4h'iatioii. T.tey r.n men and money
enough ti convulse Italy, deluge that fair
land in !IoM?, and jhtIi tps, succecil in sub
jecting that ancient jwople to the arbitrary
rule of the Pope. hx
A vounir man from Co necticut wrilcs
home a giowinu' description tf life in the
Hoick Hills. He Kiys that the sunsets are
ieautiful. the almtwphtre delightful, and
money so pletitvful that he rvctntly made
f i00 in a stitytc day. He incidentally add
in ho expects to he hun that afternoon
f r jobbing a stage-coach.
PMUitrlphU Wool larkH.
PittUMiKUMttA. September 21 Wool Is firm
and in gid demand. Colorado fine and
mcliuta.2:l28c.:do. coarse, for carpets,
170 18c; extra -ml merino pulled, 85$3ic;
No. 1 ami siiht pulled ;M3c:,re fine
and medium. 20028c; do. coarse. 18!8v,
California tine and medium, 2a35o.; do.
I)ov Habkt 8krioli.y luu. Xews comes
from Peru, by the way of Panama, that
Harry Mcigss the American engineer. i
Terv til, nd not expectel to live. The
whole Peruvian community was in diitrcss
at tlte piosjtcct of his death.
Akothkr Upk for ilcConMicK. Wish
iBBton.Sept. 10. It Is said that Govern, r
McCormick has lccn selectcil to represent
tho United Slates at the Paris Exposition, if
Oaigrcss makes provision foi such rcprcsen-tatloo.
.llontezuma St.. - - l'rescotf.
D. C TIIORNE.
Cash 3?Hid for VuIuiiHIm Htwimnim.
HAH A AD HILLI AIM) SALOON,
Monteioxaa Stieer, Corner Gurley.
It the Laiicest and Uesf Saloon
.V NORTH HASTEHX ARIZOSA.
3. U. CKANE, Pnirrittor.
" BIT SALOON.19
Fine Liquor & Cigiu Depot.
Sold by Bottle, Quart orG.iMon.
Next Jo ir t tb NVw Ult d4 "O'ory of Irefrn " S
lnor. on (inuiltr itiret.
C. GEItAHD, Proprietor.
FHKI). WILLIAMS. Proprietor.
(On l).wr Vt f IUut.f..rd' Stnr.)
rtupplU. the "Royi with thnt whlrb rhron. but litft
m.i tnU)ilcHle. Het fpifcllly of Clear kt m limnl.
My Cli-b-lti.-m i nUl lit Im. tu unit mmf.irt.tbl pi nr.
IbI-w. Com. n.l & KKKI. WII.I.IA.MH.
Next door to Hie Minek Dolce. Presenti.
U(M)I) LAG Kit HKKIL
Liqnur and Cipart,
Alwayn on liana and tor Mlf
JOHN RAIKt.R. PmpriM r
Montexuma .Street. IMtKSCOTT. A. T..
GENUINE CUTTER WHISKEY.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
ENGLISH ALE AMD PORTER
Atirayi on hand. jaall-tf
L. LKY31AIUK & CO.
3STEW BIT SALOON.
Et renalon Krancalae.
Bt IJqnor ami f!irr tH'rnwd. Br by tb ration
or quart. I.iquur. ato xiM to .alt iurehiuer.
WINES AND CHAMPAGNE.
nKST HKANI1S IN THE PKESCOTTTltADE.
Prrwtt Mrrh 5b, 17. wkAtU
Supplies the Public with
EXCELLENT LAGER UEEK.
WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL.
WINKS, LiqUOKs, s. Cli.AKf
The Old Stuntl Is well known.
JUL. N. HOUKNHUKIJ
CAPITAL BIT SALOON
Meals : : : 50 cents.
Kt.ry atttotW-a f Iti-ii tn the cumfort f ur tniU
COME D SEE!
EMANUEL & VALL0RY. Proprietors.
Grand Re-opening !
!Uvlr r.Ttl nml n-Ht r.1 Oh- UHAMI'ION"' In
,,.1 thf..bllr-rn.lj tbat l baf r rd ont In lb.
m at.l xtrwll .urt-r ltb tb bt qontlty of
WINES A '!' LIQUORS,
Mi Tllt -
VERY nKST HHANDS OF CIGARS.
A oay ml mfnrtrthle Cluh noom Attached
TO THE SALOON.
rroM, Arl'-a. Jon 16, '677.
RESTAURANT, IAKERY & SALOON,
Klnt balldi&r aoatb of th. Mvszz OSce, Pmcutt.
New House New Eventhingr.
Th oidpnlrnnl mntt trtjrlfa)f infiinn. th pahUt
that hU new place, which itamli on the ruin. f th
lillna: rrntly tlrttroytd by flro, i now ojn for tblr
accommoilatloa. awl that h will b rileaanl to ?ll theo
GOOD HUE AD.
Five Loaves for ()Hf Dollar.
PIES, CAEES, G TO.
KoaM pr wk.
TIIR SAI,M. DEPArlTMEST
Will alwaya b foan.l w.ll ttorkad with prrttr fro
Drinkahln and Cgn. DAN. HATZ.
PrrM-tt.o Arixona. tlmb.r 23. 1874.
'WHITEHEAD & FtUMERIDCE,
PBOI'KIKTons OF THK
Bar and Billiard Saloon.
West side of Plant, - PRESCOTT, A. T.
We bmr leaird the well known naloun from Mr t.uke,
and will open tl.e h u lr the acomi m-xl'Ion of th.
pnblic. A' e will nre n nieHD' tn make the hunt en
..no te nen- in the Territory. The bar will do top
plied will, the
Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Our HU I.IAKIi TAHLKSnrethe he.f In the cuntry.
The lie.taumi.t nrt will be ke(.t U in erery partiru
1 1. mim! n expeniw ir n nprel ! prurure all th
4elic.cie in the timrkat.
llas.f KOIIKKT I'l.l'MKUIDOr
LOVE LL & CROUCH,
I'lTictien I I?ool;rs.
Tin Ki..Rnir for u-irx-mll' and fiirnee. Can puck
nn lnnfe ri.if in .Mia'l ulk for thii ment li anr rrtf
the Territ-ry. I'm flrally Bre pt..'f: n grrat wf'rj In
In.mance. nnl rerj tl-tte. if any. dlffereneo betweea
that and uhlnele. in the ro.t.
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTING,
OUAtXIVO AND HLosmXO.
Pnner Tlnntrinc nd Cnlrimining.
Cloth Ckilixo a Speciaty.
PartUlly fire pnwf. and rery mmh rwemMIn plailet
R"All Worlc GarjmteelQ
M. H. K00NEY,
A few .J.r aUiTe I.ewi Store,
PRBSCOTT, A. T.
Dress Suits. Business Su;ts. Etc.,
Made to order. tnd t'.fHtion (pjAraatee.1.
a citmcn sroc.c of
French, English and ScotchGoods
CniHn;:v on lmnl. wbleh he Uyr pared to makeup la
theU'e.- ,'e M. H. MtMiXEV.
PKESC0TT 31 HAT 3IARKET.
MILLIGAN & CO.
fiVRLFA ST. PRESCOTT.
I'orttr IIixiM Steal
K.h.imI and Chuck
Carr.d Beet ilS"
lt.,U 10W 200.
Hi d Quarter.
lrr0'lt. Ariama. September 12. 1S77.
XAUOLM I. CAMI-BKU- KKA.NK C. rXHKK
CAMPBELL & PARKER,
CARPENTERS & JOINERS.
CT-SiSH DOORS AND ILINDSEl
Madf to Ordwr on Shortest Notio.
CARRIAGE AND WAION WORK,
ArchltectHral Drawinjiu Wort
inK Plans &. SpccincatieMi.
BraUeut Coraw of ttt PlaH-Sertlsttit Csmi
CetUt asd Qftftdwia ttmU W