The following from the Boston H'raTd, (of
Ihe 8th ult,) convinces us that the woman of
that modern Athena has daring to nndertake
and ability to accomplish anything, if ihe
think that, at the end, she will have gained a,
little masculine fame or notoriety. Already
we liavo found her in the "ring" ; now we find
hpr to "too the mark" and carry off the
"Several weeks ago several of the young
people who reside in the vicinity of Savin Hill
cametogethor and on the spur of the moment
improvised a jumping match fpra small puree
between Mike Flynn and a young man named
Murphy. In ibis match Marphy was badly
worsted, whereupon his sister Kate, a bright,
strong and sprightly girl of about twenty sum
mers becatre very indignant and gave out to
her companions that she could ouijump ilike
yiynn if her brother could not. Katie became
very earnest in her asseverations, and to satisfy
bora 'match whs made for a purse of $75
which she won. This greatly shamed the Flymi
jompUt so Mi Kate was challenged to anolh
or contest lor 200 a tide which came off yes
terday afternoon. The arrangements being
all completed the exercises began, Flynn lead
ing of with a leap of ten feet and three inches.
Katie then took her pci-ition, cheeredon by her
frionds, and niado the leap, clearing the dis
tance often feet four and a half inches. The
second leap was called for and Flynn cleared
ten feet seven inches. But Katie was again
introduced, her friends cheering her on and
feeling confident she would beat, Carefully
she placed her littlo gaiter boots qn the line,
and straining every mutcle in her well knit
frame made the leap clearing ten feet nine and
threo quarterlinches. This wa3 too much for
her competitor and amid the plaudit3 of the
whole company Katie retired with her purse of
Not a marrying man.
A year or two before his death Artemus
Ward visited the Mormons at Salt Lake City.
On hjs return he wrote a book giving an ac
count of what he saw and heard, in which,
among other things, he tells of the narrow es
cape he inada from beinj married to seventeen
joungwidows, as follows:
"1 regret to say that efforts were made to
make a mormon of me while I was in Utah.
It was leap year when 1 was there, and
ceventepn young widow's, the wives cf u de
ceased mormon, offered me their heart and
I calied on them and taking their soft, white
hands in mine, which made eighteen hands to.
gether, I found them in tears.
And I said, 'why is thus? What is the reaton
of this thusness?'
They hovo a sigh, seventeen sighs of djf
ferentsize. They said: 'Oh! soon thou wilt
be gonested awayl'
I told them wheal got ready to leave a place
They said. 'Doth not like us ?'
I also said, 'I hope your intentions are hon
orable, as I am a lone child, my parents being
far, far away.'
They then said, Wi!ttiotmarry us?'
I said 'Oh ! no ! It cannot wa3.
Again they asked me to roairy them and
again I declined, when they cred :
Uh I L'ruel man ! This is no much 1 Oh !
this is loo much !
T ! .1 t :l . r .,
j. iuiu mem iuii iiwas on account ot lue
muchness J dechcr 1.'
Willi i.x Ziajf bx&mut,
Tucson, L T.
Aaeos Zbcsbsdor? ' Louis ZncraxDORr
Albuquerque N. M. No19 D,ay St.K Y
A. & L: zeckendorf
BUT All, J) A LEES
FOREIQN and DOMESTIC DY GOODS
VINO del PAJ"S
do! RJO ABAJA
PINONES ko &.
NEW MEXICAN CARPETS and BLANKET
THE WEEKLY ARIZONA!?
P It 0 D IT G E.
"Ihe census of 1ST0 says the CjV.t''. -
Joi'rnal ' will cause some important change.
In 1S4 0 the West Pas represented in Consrres?
by tirtty members; awer 1S70 it will have.
eighty-two. In the Eastern Staf's a very differ
ent result will be poduc Those Statu, in,
1S40, had thiuv-eight members: their repres
entation vwil be but twenty-two after 1ST0. In
2 S-W, the Atlantic Eastern Slat 3, as divided
from the Southern, had one hundred congress
men ; a!ter 1S70 they wll have but ehty-sir
More than one-ih-rd of the ne.-t House o?
Rtpre89a!?v3, elected a "ter the censos of
2S70. will be frsm tHe West, and. united wh
the Southwest. Ill cons i' ate a cleir majority Produce of Arizona and Sonora, taken on
ot the members of that lndv as well as of Presi-J
commission ana soia to tne best advantage
r those who favor us with their confidence.
A. & L. ZECE2ND0RP ,
Tvcxx, A. 5. April 1863
hand and are
a full assortment af
Every class ofgoodi auita,be
for this market, which we offer
on the most reasonable term, One
of our firm resides in New York City for
the sole purpose of buying goods, and btiq
eon sia n tly.
is purchased on the mast
advantageous tenms. Those
Who deal with us can rely upoa
our stock being of the best quality and
at the lowest prices. Wo would call the
attention of merckant froni, this Territory
nora, to ear.
well assorted ato,ck
especially suited o.thtir
market, andean confidently
say it will bo to their advantage
to examine it before purchasing elsewhere.
TUCSON, A. T.
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South of .the Rio. Gila.
Havintr lately received a
we are!prppard to execute
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CHANTS, FARMERS, MECHANICS, E., and
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San Francisco, Cal.
Josii BilUngs cays: Musick hath charms
tew sootJie a savage; this iray he ro, hot I
wouW 'rather try a revolver on him fusf.
THOMAS 11 YEEKES,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANT
KTubac, A. T.
EEPS fonstantly on hand a large and well as
sorted; Btock of DRY QOODS, GROCERIES
ANDPROYISIONS, which will bo sold reasonable
pad a LIBERAL CREDIT SJVEN. Grain taken
in oxenangotfor gwdj at njaket prim.
it;o 1st 18.
' f ... . i
IP a day
TYO lO MAPS FOP, 54,
Two Cputinents, America and jv
rope, a nd America with the i
ynitea pcaies portion on
an immense scale.
Colored in 4000 Conntieg,
"rTT'S'S'n rit; 1ST !vn!. now inst rfimnl..l
I 03 inencs isrgo, suun uce ot icn,, 1
lance, n iuuu """tj uu me inf,.
alteration j in the various European States. XhJ
Mbds are ncoded in every Schpol and famii. ?
the land they occupy tho spnpo of ono MPl
thrown front, and any part brought level to n!
eye. County Bigbts and large diicount giTtab
and foe Sample Mapi fint, if not sold taken v
A.r, . J. T. LLOYT). 1
23 Cortlandt Street, N, Y.
WORDS OF WISD,QM
FOR TOUNG MEN,
On the Euling Passion ia Youth
ana Jiiariy iviannooa, witn sm
HELP for tho Erring aud unfortunate Sent 15
scaled lottr envelopes, free gf charge.
Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Bo:
P, Philadelphia, Pa. jj24,tf.
A LL persons aro warned against trespaajinj os,
fane property 01 tneiuuniti aiu vjsu.miaes.
Work -rt ill beresumea on an extensiTe!scalo assooa
ai proper arrangements can be made, and the coi
dition ofthe country will justify it. Thepropirtj
has been placed in the hands ofthe Military author
tiei of the United States, by order of Geniral
Grant, TJ. S. A. Commande.r,-in-chief at the requiit !
of theundenigned. All just and legitimate claitci,
ajsinntthoCompany willbe settled uponreiumptius
of work. The undersigned relies upon his friondt.
in Arirona to see that the spirit of this aotiiou
Mowry SilTar MininCo.
KeT Terk, OtsW, '6T
Territory of Arixona, )
County oT Pima. )
To the unknown heirs of Thomai F. McLem
deceased, their guardians, agenti, ice,,. ni
all other persons interested :
You are hereby notified that upon a final
settlement of the estate of aid deceased, had
in the Probate Court of said County and Ter
ritory, on the 15th day of Mar.ch, A. D. 18C9,
a balance of nine hundred andt thirteen doljari
and eighty-eight cents, was found due said
estate, and remaining in the hands of Solomw.
Warner, the administrator thereof.
The undersigned having been appointed bj
said Probate Court, aB an agenf, to take pos
seasion and charge of said moneys and having
given boa,d as required by law, will hold the
same for the term of one year subject to the
claim and. demand of the lawful heir of said,
At the expiration of oneyear, aaid moneji,
if uncalled, for, willbe paid into tb.e Territorial
Treasury of. said Territory, ip accordance
with the statutes in such cases made aini pro-.
Tucson , March
JOHN B. ALLEI
A pent and
JOHX T. HATILAND
Haynes. & Lawton.
JOB. HINT HOOHER,
Gso..F. Hooper JiCo.
rglhe abqxo beg to inform.. theirr friends anldtli
JL public, that they havo established a
CROCKERY AND GliASSWAlBE
nndcr the stylo of
HAVJLAND HOOPER & ICO;
No 335 PINE St. Qnst below JJontgoi
WE WILL at all i;m00
- . u u iui: auu
Plete StOCk. Utld RpII nt ilia
Hjverv effort will ho mafia
m all resDects. to thnso tr'hr. u J
to favor us with their
tb cnnr.tnr w?!! A 11 x- fa- ' uyrej
r-Mj o..luunUu 10 give us a can
omiuu uur blOCK.
t HAVLLAND HOOPER & i
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