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SATURDAY MORNING. JANUARY U, 1S70.
Smi KrnnrWrn Auriir)". TlloMA llOTCK l the
nathrlted rurent for the Ml.NEIl in 8.n 1'ranoinco. Orders
l?n at titt office, Ko. 'JO (nuroiul floor), Merchant-! Kxchanjre,
OuLUornU tlrMt, below JloBtgvmery, will be promptly
I P. riKHEIt. ronma 'JO nnd 21, Merchant's rixclianjre,
California ttreet. Ran Krnnclnco, It authorized to act as
ejcent for the MVitiL
Slnjrle ccpie! of the MtNF.lt can
tie purcluued nt the
Death of Ex-Secretary Stanton.
Edwin M. Stanton, who fllloil tbo position, of
Secretory of War with unflagging real and abil
ity, during the greater portion of tho time In
which the late war was waged, died tu' nshing
ton. on the morning of December 24th, 18CJ.
Mr. Stanton was born In Slenbcnville, Ohio, In
1815. and was, nt tho tlnuof Mi death, about fit
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years or age. iho uest mat can uo sntu tor
Stanton Is that ho was an able lawyer, and n
hard worker. Uy nature, ho was cold-blooded
and tyrrtnlcal. To hltn nra attributed many
crimes, one of which Is tho murder of Mra. Stir
Summary of News.
Tiik Navajoks. If the Moquls Indians who
recently visited us are to be believed, bands of
Nnvajoo Indians have frequently mado raids into
this country, plundered, aud, perhaps, murdered,
our citizens. One of the, Moquls nvcred that
Ijavajoes stole Campbell fc llufTum's animals,
from Chlno Valley. He told 11. Hussey, of this
place, that several Moquls saw tho Navajocs
driving said animals towards tho Navajoo coun
try. Of course, we cannot believe a tale told by
even a "friendly" Indian, but all wblto men
who know the nature of Indians know they wilt
all steal from, and kill, a white man, whenever a
favorable opportunity presents IUelf. Wo had
hoped, however, that tho " reserved " Navajocs,
tinder their freshly made treaty, would not pes
ter us, but It seems they travel a couplo of hun
dred miles, every once In a while, to glvo us a
taste of their metal. We would thank the Indian
agents of New Mexico to keep their pels at
home, or, at least, put a stop to their coming
this way. We havo quite enough to do to guard
against our own scoundrelly Apaches.
AmzoSA Paper- Major Seward has placed us
under additional obligations by placing nt our
disposal a late copy of the Arizona JInrr, pub
lished at l'rescott, in that auriferous Territory.
Tho paper Is ably edited and though a column to
tho pnge less in size than tho Daily Ueacos. It
seems to bo healthy and vigorous, having nearly
completed the sixth year of its existence.
Akron Ohio) Dally Jieacon.t
Wo are glad to learn that tho Major has ar
rived nt his old home. Tho Minkk is now in its
seventh year. Mr, Beacon, nnd whether ably ed
ited or not, has tho favorablo opinion of its sup
porters nnd tbo. good will or most or its ex
changes to back It up.
KmtE.NTJEno. The people of the new Colorado
river town of Ehrenbcig, had a pleasant time.
New Year's evening. A ball was given by Jacob
SwarLz,;and dancing was indulged in up to a late
hour; Ji II. Tuttle furnished the music, and our
correspondent avers that It was good music R.
Reeve, a popular caterer, formerly of this place,
prepared the supper, which, we are told was ex
cellent. Wo believe this was the first public ball
glvenin tho new metropolis of tho Colorado.
, From. Mohave County. Writing to us from
the Moss Mill, Mohave county, under date of Do-'
cctnbcrltfd,' Jos. P. Bull Bays that a large pack
train crossed the Colorado river, on that day, en
route for Prescott. . . .Dut little mining was going
on. in the county. . . .Mr. Crossman, a wealthy
citizen of San Francisco, And an experienced
miner, had arrived, and intended to visit this
section of the Territory. Mr. Bull endorses him
as a worthy gentleman. We will be glad to see
him in Prescott
A Convention. Tho Santa Barbara Prtss
ursres tho assembling at Los Angeles of a con
ventlon oi tho merchants, business men nnu
members of the Pres of Santa Barbara, Los
Angeles, San Bernardino and San Diego coun
ties, for the purpose of taking concerted meas
ures to sustain an opposition line or coast steam
ers. e seconu tne mea. uur people havo too
long suffered from tho exactions of the steamer
monopoly, and relief will be found only iu or
ganized action. D)a Awjdu Aetes.
Go ahead, brethren, and do all you can to tor
pedo the monopoly. You have tho best wishes
of tho people of this Territory for success in the
contest with the leeches who oppress you and us.
FnoM Fnotx. A letter received here recently
by Dr. J. T. Alsap. fr6m Jack W. Swilling, of
Phcenlx, states that Major McKinnoy nnd othere
Intended to start from that place, soon after the
dnte.of tbo letter, for Biack Canyon, to engage
in placer mining.
Los Axoei.es Items. Wo condense as follows,
from files of tbo Dally jVetcj:
Geo. Ottcnhelm, a native of Germany, took
poison and died recently.
I. Meekan had found rich silver ore near
A new tin mlno had been discovered 40 miles
north of San Bernardino.
Prospectors from Yellow Pine were arriving
in tho city. They gave flattering accounts of tho
mines of that region.
Discharged soldiers, from this Territory were
arriving. We would liko to see some who are
not discharged, coming into tho Territory. Tho
force now here is very small.
The Railroad Company paid $20,000 for tho
Tomlinson property, ai San Pedro.
J no "last" steamer brought a great many
Some 50 men had been enlisted at Wilming
ton, for Bervlce in this Territory.
I' Tickixd. Tis said that tho London capitalists
who recently purchased mining interests in Ne
vada county, Callnornia, arc highly pleased
with their purchases. - Were they to invest In
some of our Arizona mines, they would dance
with joy. A sight of tho Vulture mine would,
no doubt, astonish the portly Johnnies.
Earthquake in Camfooxia a.ni Nevada.-
Ileavy shocks of earthquake were felt in the up
per country, during the afternoon of December
Hk. At Virginia City, firewalls wcro thrown
down, bells rung, clocks stopped, dogs howled
and horses snorted. On tho Pacific Itallroad
between Reno and Wadswortd, a train was stop
ped on account of rocks and earth, displaced by
the shock. At Sacramento, the shock was more
severe than any ever before felt there except
In October 186S. At Marysvillc, the shock was
the severest ever felL Two shocks weru felt in
' TnE Legislature of California threatens to re
peal the Act against carrying concealed weap
" Tun Democratic members of tho California
Legislature havo subscribed $1,072 to pay for
phonographic reports of the Legislative pro
ceedings, to bo published In tho Sacramento Jlc-
Jj'At Gilroy, California. Dec 22d, Nathaniel
Thorric andtFrank Oltd.quarreled about a wo
man. Otto was killed, and his slayer married
the woman tho next Monday.
San BEnNAnnixo. Tho San Bernardtna (Cal.)
Quardian of January 1st, prints a letter from J.
Ross Browne, wherein that gentleman shows,
with much clearness, tho benefits that would ac
crue to the people of San Bernardino, were they
to assist in building the California end of tho
.Southern Pacific Railroad.
December 31st was the most disagreeable day
tho editor of the Guardian had ever seen, In or
out of California.
A Poslofllce had been established at San Gor-
gonio, with Mr. Brown as P. M.
' NKAn Alvarado, Alameda county, California, a
Mrs."SrotU, 60 years of age, died recently. Un
to tho time of her death, sho bad not eaten any:
thing for 55 days, and drank nothing for 42 days.
So say the California papers.
The. Los Angeles JVeuw accuses tho San Fran
cisco Chronicle of changing front on the Chinese
question. Hope the Chronicle man isn't going to
throw off on bis. Joss, or switch his tail in the
eyes of tho Johns.
Wiit So Mccii MonE. In Buchanan's time, tho
expenses of rnnnlng tho War Department a year
were $16,000,000, Under Grant, per year, nearly
$60,009,000. Why to much difference. Are fron
tier settlers better protected now than they were
iu Buchanan's1 time. ' Not much.
A unnK clothlnc establishment reeentlv failed
in Stockton, because the proprietor neither ad
vertised in nor patronized tho newspapers. Cal
The storekeepers of this Territory, who do
not advertise, should take warning from tho
The working people of the Territory do nearly
all they can to support tho Press of tho Terri
tory, and we very much mistake their spirit if
they buy from thoso who tiro too mean and stingy
to help tho country along, by contributing a lit
tie of their profits to the, support of tho local
newspapers. Most buyers are aware that the
men who advcrtlso liberally are both public
spirited and liberal, and, of Course, tbo proper
men to trade with.
'j Tut. San Francisco Call believes that England
has about concluded to foot the Alabama claims.
Which way, Call? Pay them or kick them out!
'John McKinzie Jackson, your mother, Riichol
F. Jackson, of Clarkavllle. Texas, wants to see
you mighty bad.
' bomb raceiious itwivlutrai nays that In the elty
of New York, an imitation of California wine is
made by sbaklng a pair of old shoes In cider, and
letting the mixture ferment. a. F. JlnUrtm.
'Bless us, JIullelln, how must thp original stuff
taste, if U takes essence of old .hoes,
added to Gotham elder, to give tho bogus article
'ye flavor" ef tbo California "Julco of tho"
what is It!
The Nevada (California), Iranncript asks that
any law for tho sale of mineral lands shall con
tain a provision requiring any pre-cmptor or
purchaser of a mining claim to expend at least
$100 worth of annual labor in working it, so
thus thoso speculators who niai to make claims
and hold them (to tho exclusion of tho miners
who would work them) till t boy can Mill, shall
be barred out a far as possible. "Annual la
bor" Is good. Will the 7Va-ucrfp please Inform
us how much of that kind of labor it would re
quire to balance $100?
The Dsvlsvllle (California) Advertiser cm
ploys a Cblncso printer. No danger of that in
tltution running short of Q's.
The Commissioner of. tho General Land Office,
at Washington has Issued a new order directing
that tho lands heretofore reserved for tho South
ern Pacific, or 3&IU pamllol railroad, nnd which
We learn from tho California papers that an
aged gentleman named Elehrs recently walked
from this Territory to Stockton to see his datigb
Collision at Sea, Tho steamships Orijlame
were about to bo placed in market, shall bo re- ana" Par.lfic, ron Into each other, near Santa Bar
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frervea tinin lunner utocri. iuu i-uad i imr, n enori iirae ngu, ioiu cicamer were Da
ray of hone for our road. j, injured. No lives lost.
Tho Canadian rebels havo gone and done It.
Thoy have set up for themselves, nnd conse
quently bearded tho Urltlsh lion In his den.
They call their country " Rupert's Land," and
havo issued t Declaration of Independence,
sltrned lbv John Bruce. President, und Louis
Relllo, Secretary, which sots forth that the peo
plo of Rupert's Land nnd of the Northwest Ter
rltory, have established u Provisional Govern
ment and hold It to bo the only lawful authority
now In exlstencu In Rupert's Land, which claims
the obedience and respect of tho people.
A lying dispatch was sent over tho wires from
New York, December 23, which stated that "Stx
teen disabled soldiers wero turned out penniless
from the Brooklyn Poor-home yesterday, because,
as Btated by tho Superintendent, they wero Re
publicans. They are till cripples." A later dis
patch contradicts this, and prove, conclusively,
that it was made out of whole cloth by some
The operators In the Memphis and El Peiso
Railroad stock had commenced "gouging" each
other, and soon the grand swindle will explode.
A recent dispatch Is ua follows: "William A
Farmau was arrested, charged with converting
to his own uso $150,000 of bonds of tbo Mem
phis, EI Paso and Pacific Railroad, of which he
was Assistant Treasurer In Paris. Tho order of
arrest was on u civil suit to recover the money,
a motion was made before the Court of Common
Pleas to vacate the order of arrest, because the
action arose In Paris between two non-residents
Tho decision was reserved."
A St. Louis despatch, of the 2.1th nit., says
"Lieut. C.L. Spear. ngent, nnd W. J. Godfrey,
interpreter for the Southern Ute Indians, deny
the recent statement of apprehended troubles
with the Utes and Apaches. The Apaches are
out on a hunt but do not refuse to go on their
reservation. A report to this effect originated
in the jealousy of the people of New Mexico,
who deairo tho Agency in Colorado broken up
nnd fstabllshed in New Mexico, that they may
secure the benefit arising from tho Government
appropriation. Tbo Utes arc peaceable and
manifest a deslro to cultivate education and the
privileges of education. They nro well provided
for and well contented." The Apaches spoken
of in this despatch are those known on the fron
tier as "Plain Apaches." The Apaches of Ari
zona are n different branch of tbo accursed family.
Destructive Ares had taken place in Philadel
phia. Property to the amount of 5100,000 was
Ellis' cotton packing house, at New Orleans,
was burned on the night of tbo 25th tilt. Loss
Casey, Collector of the Part of New Orleans,
has had a dlfllculty with tho 7fr)uWicti newspa
per about somo Democrats whom tho Collector
was forced to keep In tbo Custom House, ho be
ing unable to find Radicals competent to fill
Ex-Policeman Kaln, of Detroit, Michigan, was
found dead In the street one morning recently,
bis throat cut from ear to car.
General Ames, autocrat of Mississippi, has or
dered the Legislature to be convened on the 11th
of January. The State officers rccentlyelected
have been appointed provisional officers until
their Instalation. About one-fifth of the Legis
lature elected are Conservative.
A Cheyenne, (Wyoming) despatch of Decern
bcr 2C, says: "Two men stopped the Denver
stage fifteen miles from here, containing the dri
ver and two passengers, all unarmed. The rob
bers, after firing several shots, took the stage,
team and mall, and drovo off, leaving the pas
sengers to walk to Cheyenne. Sixty cavalrymen
have gone in pursuit to-day.
A flro ut Santiago, Chili, had destroyed mont
of tbo great warehouse on the ieyce. Loss very
Tho London Spectator hasn't a very fnvorablo
opinion of Secretary Boutwell, as n financial
doctor. It considers him a child in finance, and
says his plan of forbidding Interest on deposits
and limiting advances upon collaterals is Idiotic
Regarding Ocean Telegraph lines, a Washing-
ton special says our Government has Instituted
measures to bring abotit a treaty between all the
maritime nations on the subject of ocean cables.
Instructions on tho subject have been sent to our
ministers in England, France, Germany, Spain
and other countries. The Government asks that
no exclusive concessions shall bo given to nny
party; that no Government shall havo tho right
to examine tho telegrams; that cablw shall have
all the rights of neutrality; that their destruc
tion in tlmo of war shall bo treated as an act of
piracy, and that persons engaged In the work of
destruction shall be tried In tho courts of any
country capturing them.
Georgia, according to a Washlngjon special to
to tho New York Times, will soon bo forced to
accept tho terms offered by Congress.
The division of Texas Is again moolcd. This
time, it Is proposed 'to cut it up Into three States,
to be named Houston, Lincoln and Texas.
Generals Banks and Burnslde have got back
Tho Spanish gunboats, of which wo have heard
loo much, havo sailed from Now York.
Brlgham Yonttg, Jr., had lost his third wire
by desertion. Sho skedaddled from hitn In tho
At Maplcvillo, R, I., recently, Charles Murry,
cut his son's throat.
Gen. Frank Blair has settled In New York,
and says ho don't intend meddling in politics
The ngent of a South American Republic had
been swindled out of nearly $1,000,000 by a
New York ship sharp.
Tho Administration had under consideration
the case of Cuba, and, It was said, would speed
ily rccognlzo the bellgcrent rights or tho rebols.
A destructive flro occurred at Syracuse, New
York, December 27. Sovcn largo brick stores
were consumed. Loss, nearly half a million.
George D. Prentice, the well known editor of
the LoulsrilU Courier-Journal, was quite ill.
Tho Imports for tbo nine months ending Sep
tember 30. 18GD, were $3C1,5G3,034 in gold, an
Increase of nbottt $CG,000,000 over tho similar
period tho previous year. $550,000,000 of tho
total wero transported In rorclgn vessels, the
domestic exports wero about $8,600,000 less
than last year.
despatch from Richmond, a., of dato De
cember 27, says: "G. S. Cody, aherlll or Utilpep
per county by military appointment, has been
tried by Military Commlssiou, and fined 55,000,
and sentenced to five years In the Penitentiary."
We'll bet a sombrero that that Commission was
composed of honest men.
The Cuuard line of steamers bad refused to
carrv letters across the Atlantic for two cents
Great destitution existed In New ork, among
tradesmen and laborers. Send them West, whero
they can work tor themselves.
An American Annexation League has been
formed In New York City, with tho avowed pur
pose of gobbling up ull adjacent countries. Tho
League was at work organizing a rorce to send
to tho Canada rebels. It looks llko n Fenlun
That's a Facf-Whafs a Fact?
NEW YORK CHEAP STORE
I the Only Store In the Territory that
Uixxli Dinet from Ntv Ywh.
Uy this arrangement, tho proprietor
enormous tariff usually levied by p ' , '
merchants, and Is thereby enabled toicltc?
cheaper than nny oilier merchant la Arlton
I have on hand,
Henry's Improved Itlllca and CVtriiW
Colt's Revolvers, Holsters and Belts
Percussion Cups, Flasks, Pouches '
A Ijurgc Stock of
The result of tho Texas election was not known
nt Galveston, on tho 25th tilt. Perhaps the
Nigs were still voting. It was known, however,
that John C. Conner was elected to Congress
from the second district. W. F. Clark from tho
third, and Edwin Degcner from tho fourth. So
far as known, a majority of Conservatives had
been elected to the Legislature.
It is rumored that the notorious Joe Holt Is to
be nominated to a seat on tho Bench of tho Su
premo Court Forbid It, ye gods.
Canada has had an earthquake.
Late foreign advices state that tho Delstlcal
Convention that met at Naples on the 8th Inst.,
In apparent dcflanco of the (Ecumenical Council
nt Rome was dissolved, after two day's session,
bv the Italian Government; tho ostensible rea
son being that tho delegates shouted " Vim la
Victor Huffy, President elect of SwlUerlaud,
died nt Lucerne, December 29.
Despatches of the 30lh ulL, say that the Feni
ans wero moving. Also, that great activity pre
vailed In the Navy Yards.
It was said that European Power were faking
measures to prevent the cession of any portion
of tho Island of San Domingo to tho United
Boots, (including Rubber IlooU.i si,
Cookintr Storm i.J
w i ji jn
together with s hu
Nulls, etc., etc.,
GKOCKKIES AND PKOVlSloxs
nuitnlile for thU Market, '
tjT Call n4 ire for )iran?lyt.
l'-tt, lurch SO, If EVI H A" WHD.
OAL. JACKSON & CO'S
The world moves, nnd with It, the whirl of
office. A grand move In the right direction has
just been mado by Mr. Cavanauch. Delegate from
Montana, In the lloumj or JCepresentatlvca the
other day. Tho particulars will be found below.
If friend Lnvanattgh's bill passes, which uod
grant it may, tho administration of our Territo
rial governments win be placed, at last, on a
purely Democratic, I.e.. republican basis which
will be practical, popular and just:
Mr. Cavanaugh, on leave, introduced the fol
Be It enacted by the Senate and House of
Representatives of tho United Stales of America
In Congress assembled, That hereafter- tho sev
eral governors, secretaries, and judges cT tho or
ganized 'territories or tho I nlteu state, ."ball be
elected by tho resident and qualified electors In
ench of said Territories, respectively.
And bo It further enacted, That after the pas
sage of thU act, It shall bu the duty of tho per
son acting as governor In each of 'said Terrlto-
torles to Issue his proclamation ordering and di
recting the proper officers to glvo sixty days no
tice tnat on the nrst .Monday in August, in the
nr Jc JJillinvcl Knlnm,
N t door to Campbell & Haffum'i Brit 8t
Montezuma Htrrrt, Prttrott.
Contain tiro of Min CoJIlr' h-t niffiuJ ti
an.1 U wll lupplled -!th cboie. WIdm, U,,
We hare recently rem-nted. rrtumUhM md i,u
our Muua, to that It I now the nminl nj mint thn
of renrt In Northern Arliona. CAU JACKSO.V Lt(L
frcKott, February 6, leW -
ORIENTAL BAKERY AND SALOON
Next door to tha Miner Office,
FRESH BREAD, WES AND CAKES,
Atwajuvo I aixU
Kurnlehctl t- the week, rlajr, or ratal.
I Oysters, Sardines, ec,
Bcrred la irmxt t U, at all knit
Pitcott, Decrmbrr 1R, 1WO.
ARIZONA BREWERY AND SALOON
Next Door to tha Post Office.
Excellent Lager Heer.
Of our own roaauLwturt,
Imported Wines, Liquors nnd Cigars.
Al-syf i hse4, M H .
lrrcott, October 2, 1M3.
year one thousand eight hundred ond seventy,
and every four years thereafter (unless tho Ter
ritory shall have in the meantime become a State
In tho Union), an electMn will be held for Terri
torial Governor, Territorial Seoretary, and Ter
ritorial Jtiuges; anu every person nuaiitied un
der the election laws of tiny Territory to vote
for members of the Territorial Legislature shall
be competent nnd entitled to vote at said elec
And be it further enacted, That tho persons so
elected and commissioned shall hold their re
spective outers for tno terns of fear years, from
and after tho first day of January, In the year
one thousand eight hundred and seventy one,
nnd shall give bonds for the faithful performance
of tho public duties and take the samo oaths as
are now by law required for like officers up
pointed by tho President of tho United 5taU.
And bo It further enacted. That thesalarvand
compensation of said Territorial Governor, Ter
ritorial secretary, and Territorial Judges shall
bo pnld by the United State, and shall be tho
same as is now, or may hereafter be, provided
for by law.
And be it further enacted, That a Territorial
Cotrtntrnllpr nr Allrlltnr nnrt Tn.iitrop stint! tin !
elected in nnd for each of said Territories, at Vnfplininfcrs nnil JftWClcrSi
tho samo time, and In the same manner, as here- -
I) It. IIUFELAHrVS
Siviss Stomach Bitters,
i The first and tnoit bealthfnl Tom
lever Introdoeeil into the United SUIm
is still the !ed!nir trticle, sad o
Ithis sold tbso of all other sfrtW
(Tonics or Bitters. ,
111 EN DEL, Solo A Kent.' 499 ti
' iClay Street, San FraocUte, CsWonu.
70R SALE OR TO LET, CHEAP.
The TtomlerHt Quart Mill tihuUxl M
" Lynx creek.
Apply to HEXnV W. nJXRT.
rmoott Aupmt 21, U
L. Ji. JEWELL & Co.,
Inbcfore provided for tbo election of Governors,
secretaries, nnd Judges of the Territories, re
spectively, ana they shall bold their offices for
tho term of two years, tinder such regulations as
may be prescribed by the several Territorial
South eldo of PLtza, Prescott
A Rkxurkaei.e Fact. Tbo Carson Appeal, of
Uecembcr 23d, has the following :
It Is n very singular fact, nnd ono which Is
well worth tho study of scientific men, that the
body of no person that has been drowned In
Lake Taboe has ever come to tho surface. No
appearance of the three men who were drowned
there a few days since has been discovered, nnd
we learn that it Is In contemplation to attempt
their resurrection by tho discharge of Giant
powder into tho waters near whero they nro sup
posed to havo gone down something upon tho
old prlnciplo of firing cannon- over the place
whero dead bodies He burled by tho wntcr, to
mako them rise.
Hare on hand, for ale, a ne Morttef
Clocks, Watches anil Jewelry.
try Jewelry, of all klndt, made to order,
done with care and prornptne.
Can Slcii Tiiinos 11k ?-Sldney Webster, son-n-law
or Secretary Fisk, Is reported as receiv
ing tho fee of forty thousand dollars a year as
the attornoy for Spain before his august rather-in-law.
Is this tbo way tho Spanish npplo al
ways gets into tho Cuban dumplings at Wash
ington T Qulen aabe.K. Y, Herald.
OOK AND JOB PRINTING,
Done In Good Style,
joitx H. Miwox, rf,'-
VnvM, Arlwna, April 10. I69-
The Champion- VETOEii-Governor Flanders, "RA CIPIC BREWEBYi
of'ttnshlncton Territory, has veirwvl inn xm a
nsnington Tcrritorv. has vetoed 100 Ants
past by the legislature, including tho whole of
tho new code ol laws, which had been prepared
with great labor by a Commission and enacted
by a unanimous vote of both llonses.
Next door to the Mix Offlco, Tr"""-
Tho population of Wyoming Territory is esti
mated at 8,723-Cbcyenno having 2,303 and Lar
nmlo 1,717. ' '
McCool has heard of the Cardiff Giant, and
Glares him. to como out to St. Louis and fight for
$5,000 a side.- " '
GOOD IMAGER J1EEK,
Liquors and Cigart,
aik.itm on band and for sslo.
A. we brew o,.r own Iteer, and "ffi5i
it O K. lover, of th. healthy, JS5Z
do well by eallinc upon n. aed W'g.Wgfait.
rrncott, October J, IW