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TUCSON. A. T... : :
urn!? 2d lsca-tf
AtflNG just brought-ton from' Now XorK
; THE CHILD AND' TUE "XNGELS;
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The Sabbath .sua was .setting slow.
Amidst -the clouds of, even;
"Our Father," breathed a yqice below j
."Father, who art in fleavea!"
Beyond the Earth, beyond jtho cloud,
Those infant words "wero given ;
"Our Father," angels sang aloud,
' "Father who art in Iloaven I"
"Thy kingdom come" still from th ground
That child-liko voice did' pray ;
"Thy kingdom come," God's hosts resound
-Eay.-up the-starry way.L
"Thy will be1 done," with lisping tongue,
That ispbg' tone implores ;' ' , '
'Thy will be done," tho angelic throng
Sing-from seraphic shores I '
"Forever" still those lips repeat
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Their closing .eyenjng, pray ;er r
"Forever" floats in musio sweot,
High midst tho angels there 1
Thine be tho glory" evermore
Frdtn.The'e'may man rie'or sever ; ' '
But every Christian land adore ,
Jeho.vah I God I forover 1
The Affe ef'Our Earth.
3JOICE STOCK OF MERCHANDISE,
offering tho same very cheap lor c ash.
Bi at our goods and prices. 1 '
miles this aide of theciTor the prospectors
noticed, sticking through the snow, large
boulders and detached masses oF copper ore j
some ,pf the iboulders were of native copper,
the snow did not permit an examination of tho
ground- for" tho deposit of ledge of ore. He
found also, what appeared' to be a veiu of
about a, foot inwidth,. of silver ore, from which
he brought away something like one hundred
pounds; but the unhappy beast on which it
was packed stumpeded a'nd scattered his bur
den of ore and camp utensils far and wide:
The discoverer bad a few pieces of the ore in
his pocket, however, and from , these he pro
cured an assay which 'yielded at; the rate of
$1,300 of silver to tho ton. Wo mention this
"discovery incidentally, in confirmation of our
judgement thatVhftn Pine and Diamond'
ranges of mountain offer promising fields for
Correspondence off Hie Sun Diego
. , union.
The following communication gives Us an
account of Cupid's latest very wicked prank
which is very amusing, from the fact that
the ivy crowned god was the victim thereof :
-Pamose, San Diego Co., Cal.
Uarch 1, 1869.
Editor Sak Diego Union : The path that
leads to wedded bliss ig proverbially rough
G. II. OUBY, .
Hittorney and Counselor at Lav
lOHice in Uourt-house liuiti1 ling
TUUSOJN, il. i .
MEAT'S SALO ON.
lielnnlcrigncd having leased the abovo Sa
lloonT is prejured to iurmsh his f; rittnds and
nubjic with a ireneraj ussurtmon t of. tVincs,
JuoriTa ml liigars.; , i : , ,
S AUGUSTUS UU 1UUTA
""bSMOlVBER BUTCIIIIU SUIOP.
GO R GEE-FOSTEU. ,
be OLD "STAXD on Mani Street, "
TUCSON, A. T.
BJ IS ready to supply all custQmers in
23 his line "with as good beef ad at as
Sixe low riircs as "an oeuone- cisewijero-
Jan. 1st 1869.
TUCSON, A. T.
ggCER It 12 E El. ALE and PORTER
Constantly on hand.
A, LEVIN Jc J. GOLDTREE.
Inarch 14, 1669 11-tf.
BAMP GRANT STORE !
Among theastounding discoveries of modern
jcience, is' that of the immense periods that
.ha.ve passed in the gradual formation of the
earth.: So vast were, the cycles of time pre
ceding the appearance of man on the surface but the stormiest old trail that was ever t'rav-
of our globethat our own period seems as eled is located in and about this section, One
yesterday when compared with the epocln of our good hombres attempted to follow it a
that have gone before it. Had wo . only the few days since, but sad and sorrowful was the
evidence of the deposits of rocks heaped above result. It affords a mournful warning to the
each other in regular strata by the slow accu- many old Bachelors who are living in single
mula'tion of materials, they alone would con bleisedness hereabouts, and, renews their be
vince us of the slow maturing of God's works lief in the old saying that Vpnly fools, go in
on earth; but when we add to these the sue- where angels tear to tread. For more than
cessire populations of whose life this world three months past, a wedding has been the ta Ik
has been tho theatre, and whoso remains are the neighbors far and near. Everybody
hidden in the rocka iiilo" which tho mud. or intended to get "tigh" dance all night and go
sand, or soil, of whatever kind, on which they home with their neighbors wives in the morn
ived has hardened in the courso of time or ng- l-'roin Friday till Sunday morning last,
the endrmous dhains of mountains whose up- people began to assemble, dressed in their
Wv.il divide.1 these nerioda of nuiat ano.ntnn- best and wearing their happiest smiles. .The
ktion.by -great .convulsions or changes of a San Fasqual hand ot music was on hand,
different -nature in the configurations of our making music for the- crowd assembled, and
globe, as the' sinking of lands beneath the tuning the hearts of the bride, and groom for
ocfan, of tho gradual rising of continents and the anticipated joys of wedlock
islands above or the slow crrowth of the coral Palo-Mission was alive with the solt sweet
i a l
reefs,, those wonderful sea walla, raised by the vrordu of tlie lovely, black eyed senoritas, the
little, ocean architects whose own bodies fur sonorous, manly voices of the caballeros and
nish both' the building stone and the cement the braying of a band of mules in the distance.
that binils hem together, a'nd who have work- All went merry as the great dance at Water
ed so butiily during the long centuries, moun- loo before the battle. When consternation,
tain chai ns, islands, and long line of coast, blood and thunder.! 'The news goes whispering
conslstiii'i ' solely ot tueir remains or the around that "the bride is missing! lhieres
countless forests that' have grown up, flour- have brokon in and taken away the precious
ished and decaye'd, to fill the storehouses of jjewel
coal that.feed: the fires of the human rocc It protod too true. The friends of some
if we consitierall these .records of the past other cuss, with malice aforethought, felon-
the intellect fails to grasp a chronology of iously, m'alicioiisly, wilfully and wickedly, had
!E unrcrsigned would respectfully announce which our experience furnishes no data, and abducted, stolen, taken and carrie 1 away the
y hare just opened a&ewstook of goods time that lies behind
us, seems as much an aforesaid expectant brido, .with intent then
XjftgTGOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, i-cl eternity, to our conception as the future- which und there to make h r the bride of the afore-.
SndJSfe prepared to sell on tho "live ant' lot live'' .tretche,indefinitely before us. Agassiz
JEmiM also announce to thoso persons desirnna
apjettie upon the Lower San Pedro, thattlmv .im
ictors of a large Asequie and wilt allow water
New I'leldsTorllie lrospector.
tfffigtaken from it by actual settlers freo of charge
. ISRAEL & COX.
amp Grant, A, T., Oct: 2d 186S. ' ' tf"
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litacrens a-e mndn nr, ... .
raItMnB in the' B,kith 1 i do e
IgUMprcirt.tcesj und dispatch.
otu,KX i ETCHEF, Proprietors.
Jan. 1st, '60
mmASSl) KKTAIL mERCHANT
Tuhac, A. T.
s rtc ITK M,han4ia !arge anl well" ast
Engl LI F R a L CREDIT G IV pV r 'Ti
llSTexchiT Ke. fur ,l ' Gram taken
Jin lniss 6 d' at,iaketrices.
The Austiu -Reveille contains the following
account of recent discoveries:
White Pine has given tha impetus, and the
entire eastern section of, this State is destined
to bo thoroughly prospected during this year.
The extensive -range of mountains known as
the Diamond, offer promising fields for tho
prospector.' The former is" already celebrated
as the centre of the'richest deposits of silver'
ore ever discovered in this State. Which has
produced an excitement, unequalled since the
gold fever of 1849. These mountains, are ex
tensive, both :as regards their length and
breadth, and it is more than probable that the
irapoitantdiscoTeries of minerals will be made
within their siope Before tho close of tho year.
Wa nere-inlornied this morning by a person
whose-partner recently made what would ap
pear a valuable discovery, that both silver
and copper ores exist in the -range south of
the Humboldt river, aqd perhaps also in' its
said cuss. And what was "the unkmdest cut
of all, it was surmised that "Boskis was
within." Not so thought the valiant and des
erted bridegroom. Calling his faithful follow
ers (they are the fellows who had come to get
tight, and not having had a drink as yet, were
willing to take some risks rather tha:i disap
point their stomachs,) explained tha situation,
grasped his shot-gun, maunted his bronco, and
off he went in pursuit, followed by those who
cared to join In the chase.
Somewhere this aide of Temecula, the fleeing
captors and the willing captive were brought
to time by the pursuers levelling the "dogs of
war" at them, A parley ensued which termi
nated by the "burglars" telling the expectant
groom that he could, take the girl if he was
man enough, but the poor de,vil not having the
aupport of his friends in the - moment of his
dire necessity, concluded he was not man
enough just then, but would appeal to' th
strong nrm of the law, knowing that his cause
was just Ire felt in his heart Uiat he could not
fail. ' . V .. . :
The hesitating and appealing to the law.w.s
1 TTl a. . . .
me commencement of his-many trials
and overwhelming ; mhforicnes. the result
so far is as follows j The groom ,;ot ont.a war
rant for the'bride that "should be; the parties
appear and answer as follows :
First, the plaintiff hai no possesiory rights
in the bride or property 'claimed that he; hse -never
had possession of -her," and ha's never-
used or occupied her,
Second; that'tbe claim Is jumped, : and'' now .
actually possessed' arid occupied, in pursuance''
ui me siaime- in sucn case maue ana pro
vided. .'- .
Third,' that the defendant should'have dam- :
ages for the fear and consternation: brought
upon them by the-assault' of the plaintiff on,. .
the highway with' force and -arms.- That the
measure bf said damrtges is, in part, the price,
and value of one boy baby, suddenly and pre
maturely brought into the world because of .
such assault as' aforesaid.
Fourth, Uiat the said complaint should bo .
dismissed at cost, of plaintiff, and plaintiff held., j
by( the court and committed to the county jail
of San Diego county, for the .said assault.
A trial has been had by the -court, ; which
terminated as follows : . ,
Justice vDo- you like this -man the . plaint,
tiff in this-suit ?" i -
Bride "No sir, -not a,d d bit."
Justice "Will you marry him.?'' ,.
Bride, "Not if I know myself 1" - 4iJ
Justice "Is there any one else you, want.to.
Bride" You bet there is, and I want you ,
to splice us hanged quick, and make tkat other
green horn (meaning plaintiff) let us alone."
Which request was at once complied with
by the obliging justice and two souls made
happy atthe expense of one bleeding heart..
So soon as the value of the boy, prematurely
born, aforesaid, .can be ascertained, an execu
tion will issue against the estate of the plain
tiff of the suit thereof. -
The sympathy of the. people is with the,..
groom and wo feel develish mad at the "thieves
for spoiling . our fun. - It was a clear swin
die on the eaters, drinkers and dancors.
Everything is prosperous in this section.
The -settlers. are feeling, hopeful, most of tho
valley land is located and sejeral tons of bar-
ey have beemsown this year with a good pros
pect of a fine yield. . Yours Ac. ,
Old 49 icr
A Murderous Sea Flower.
One of the exquisite wonders of the-sea is
called the'Opelet, and is about as largo as tho
German Aster, looking indeed very much like
r . " . 1 1 1. 1 1 i - -.-
one. imagine a very large nuuuie Aster, wuo
eTer so many -petals of light green, glossy- as
satin, and each cnt tipped with rose coloc
These lovely petals do not lie quietly in their
places, like those of an Aster in your garden,
but wave about in the water while the Opelet
generally clings to a rock. How innocent and
ovely it looks on its-rocky bed. Who would
suppose' that it could eat anything grosser
j-han dew or sunlight? But those beautiful,
waving arms, as you call them, have another
uae besides looking pretty. They have to pro
vide food for a large open mouth, which is
hidden down deep among, thrm so well hid
den that one can scarcely find it. Well do
they perform their duty, for. the instant a fool
ish little fishlet touches one of its rosy lips, he
is struck with poison as fatal to him as light-:
ning. He immediately becomes numb, and in ,
a moment stops struggling and then the other
beautiful arms wrap themselves around him.
and he is drawn into the huge greedy mouth,
and is seen no more. I hen the lovely arms
unclose aud wave again in the wafer, looking,.
&i innocent and harmless as if they had. never
touched a fish.
The actual time of transmission of leler
graphic signal from Cambridge to San rran-
cisco 'and back doos not, probably, exceed'
three tenths of a second. ,
It isVaid that on e Slokesi severely . .punished
James" Gordon Bennett Jr-, iu-the yachting en
counter atr.Delmonicos -knocking him 'down
at one blow. . r ' -