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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 9, 1850.
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ITE'8 EXPERIENCE IX ARIZONA.
BY W. II. B.
Yes; I will confess that I do look long
ingly back on the days of wild adventure
that made up some of my earlier years;
but particularly those pcnt under the
beautiful ikies of Arizona and New Mex
ico." The words were spoken by my friend
Cipt. W. 51. Williams, as we sat in my
pleasant chamber, one winter evening look
ing at the bright firelight and listening to
the wind as it sang mournfully over the
He was loquacious, and I was anxious to
draw from him, while he seemed in the
humor, some of his adventures on the fron
tier, 60 threw in a question now and then
until I got him fairly launched, and this
was the story that followed: "I have al
ways been a practical man, and have given
no credence to dreams and omens, but had
I the least turn for the supernatural, the in
cident I am about to relate, would have
strengthened it beyond question.
'I was, at the time it occurred, superin
tending the working of a mine
about 40 miles from fott Buchanan. Dick
Ewell, poor fellow, then captain of com
pany A., First Dragoons, was in charge of
the post, and a braver officer or warmer
friend never existed; he had many excen
tricities but we knew the manly, soldierly
heart that beat in his bosoin, and if we
ever noticed his oddities, did so only to
laugh at them. But to my story; when
our trains from Sonora were delayed and
our supplies ran short (which sometimes
occurred, for we worked UO peons in our
mines and had to provide their rations as
well as feed our corps of white assistants) I
was forced to send but oftener go to the
lort for prvisions 'to bridge us over' until
our tardy wagons came in. We had been
listening lor the songs ol the teamsters, for
aeveral nights, for we could hear tliem
a long way off, as they sang
to their toitering oxen, as though to encour
age them in their weary work, but in vain;
tho snarl of the cayote, was tho only music
that had been bore to our cars, and we hud
strained our eyes in the glaring sunlight of
tho days between, but no train, and so I was
forced to look to my mustang, sec that he
was well fed and aUo to see that my knife
and revolvers (constant companions) were
in condition to assist me if called upon in
my journey to the Fort on tho morrow."
"The morrow came; and nt the ulimincr
of day I sprang from my cot and begun
.. ! .! . . . . , , i .
mas.ing preparations ior my ride; out I was
nervous, and my heart felt like lead in my
bosom. I had no reason fur the depression
and thought tny morning draught of black
coffee would settlo me, but on this occasion
i i i i 1. 1 i , i,
"1 nau rccKuuuu wnuuui my uost, ior UN)
tkl.. t II.. I.. ..I 1. r
BVTTIUIU luouug turn uu lani-u jmiiwhsioh 01
n rrrnw stronirnr as tho luoinenU ml.
vaaccd; I felt as though tome great mis-
fortune was about to overtake mo and the
.fseliog became so absorbing that I Anally
art rent to ny ft'r and becamo at once
the lauffhinc stock of all at the breakfast
table, with tho exception of my cousin,
Captian Jim Williams, who saw that I was
much distressed and insisted that I should
postpono my journey for one day at least,
as he had many things about which he de
sired to consult me. At his urgent request
I consented and the day was passed in ex
amining the differcut leads and shafts that
were to make millioniares of U9 all. I tor
got my forclwdings of the morning in his
genial company, and could imagine a pile
of silver brick half as high as our abdobe
dwelling, as the result of tho nextf few
months' work; but agaiu the morning broke
clear and bright,and I found that the fears of
the day before had returned with redoubled
force; I wrung my cousin's hand as I sprung
into my saddle aud said to him that if he
found my body on tho trail without a scalp
that he had better look carefully around
the neighborhood for some dead Indians as
intended to sell my life as dearly as pos
sible, for this was tho source from which I
finally located my danger.
Out into the plaiu I rode following the
trail to the Fort, but looking longingly
back to our coufortable quarters, until the
sweeping lope of my mustang had taktm
me far out into the sterile sea; the build
ings on the mountain side had disappeared
and the bleak rocks looked frowniugly
down at me, the only human on the trail.
My fears were strong upon me; each
mesquite or cactus bush or every boulder
within rifle range of the road was closely
scrutinized for I expected every moment to
see a puff of white smoke curl out from
the muzzle of a rifle, or to hear the hiss of a
bullet, bent on its errand of death."
13ut nothing occured to stifle me, my
mustang was throwing the miles from his
heels, as only horses of his breed can
in that warm climate; and now that I was
approaching the Fort, my fears and fore
bodings disappeared and the reaction came
on. I thought of the many warm friends
that I had left in 'the states;' I though of
the war that was then brewing I thought
of a pair of bright eyes that had pre
tended, at least, to love me, and finally my
feelings culminated in music, and I started
the 'Jack Rabbits' with such roundelays
as made them scamper off into the broom
at lightening -speed. A pra-
rie wolt would occasionally eye
me as I came at respectable rifle l ange and
would then trot off as though he
deemed my songs as suitable only tor ama
teurs and considered himself a profession
al. At last I began to trace the outlines of
the fort, and later could see the "old fl.Ag,"
which "old Dick" was so soon to abandon,
hanging lazily by the staff, as though il re
turned thanks to the breeze for being
equally as idle as itself.
"The sentinel came to a present as I rode
into the fort, and soon I was among my
friends giving and receiving a cheerful
"The commissary was as kind and oblig
ing as usual, ana promised to nave my
wagon loaded Ifor I was to secure two men
and a wagon and team of mules to tran
sport my supplies l by the time I had dined
with Capt. Ewell, who had done me the
honor of extending an invitation.
"My gallant host seemed to think of lit
tle else than the war-cloud that was gather
ing over the nation, and was deeply dis
tressed at the prospect of the fratricidal
strife. He loved his country; to her he
was indebted for his martial training; but
he loved his family, his friends, and above
all, the "old commonwealth" more; for
was he not a son of "the mother of states
and statesmen?" lie did not think at that
time that Virginia would link her destiny
with tho south, and he expressed his inten
tion of paying a visit to a maiden sister in
the "old Dominion" in case of hostilities,
and then away to France; being unwilling
to lend his sword to either side in the im
"Poor Dick! I can see his bald head now
and the look of pain that came into his
eyes as we discussed the prospects of the
future, little did he tiiiuk as he sat in his
quarters at Fort Buchanan, far away from
civilization, that the God of battles
had destined him to be a
central figure of one the most san
guinary struggles of modern times; for his
name will go pown to future ages linked
with that ot "Stonewall Jaeksou" and his
'foot cavalry.' "
"Dinner over and the sun's rays being
robbed of some of their fire by tho ap
proaching evening. I bade farewell to my
hospitable friends and followed again the
trail that had brought me into the Fort.
My teamsters were good natured frontiers
men, ready for fun fight, or work, ami we
cracked many jokes at each other's expense
as the six mules, with their Hpanish bells
jingling, toiled over tho sandy plain.
Tho scene had little in it to charm, as
the soil only afforded, a few tropical weeds
and tho ever-present cactus, that looked as
if tho scorching heat, and dazzling light
were but an element they loved, the declin
ing sun seemed to "fire tho air with a re
flected radiance and made turn tho gazers'
eyes away." We could do naught else but
keep a good puce, as wo were to reach the
mine by three o'clock in the morning, ex
pecting to make most of our Journey under
tho starlight. Night came on at last, to
our Intense relit.'f,and tho blue vault did in
deed seem "a majestical roof fretted with
golden fires." We were cheerful too, und
only laughed when our shadows, tho wolves
skulked across our path or the owl's Happed
past, intent on a supper of field mice or
"Our iouruey was coming to an end at
last. We were near enough to have heard
the barking of the dogs at the mine, but
strange it was that uut a note of welcome
came from either Fray, Blanch, or Sweet
heart. As we were constantly on tho watch
for some marauding band of Indians, it
was the custom ot a party np
iroachlng the mine to shout
at the bottom of tho mountain
and a disregard of the custom, was liable
at any time to make the offender the target
of our rifles.
"I shouted ; no response. I shouted agaiu
and held my breath to catch a greeting
from either man or dog, but the echo that
came rolling back from the mountain side
was the only sound that fell upon my ears
My head swam, my breath came short and
the foreboding of the morning came rush
ing back upon me with ten fold force-
knew that something horrible had happen
ed, and nerved myself to probe the matter
"Boys;" I said to my comrades, "some
thing is wrong at the mine, will you see me
through?" "Yes;" came from each pair of
compressed lips, and I knew that I could de
pend upon them. "Turn all but your sad
dle mules loose in the mosquite bushes at
the mountain side and come to me again" I
said, and sooner than I can tell you, the
mules were at liberty. "Boys," I said
again, "foul work has been done here, and
there is no reason for offering new victims
to the sacrifice: so ride with me up to our
dwelling, stand by our animals while I en
ter the building, and if you hear a shot
fired, put spurs to your animals and get
away, for the enemy will be too numerous
for you to fight. So up the rocky path we
rode, every hoof stroke seeming to make a
sound that could be heard for miles, and at
last pulled up in front of our quarters.
Xot a sound was heard, 'all was still as the
breast when the spirit has departed.' I
dismounted and with spurs jingling crossed
the little piazza whereon we had puffed our
pipes in bachelor comfort for so many
pleasant summer evenings. I drew aside
the blanket that served as a door to our
habitation and stepped quickly into the
apartment, not caring to offer myself so fair
a target to an enemy that might be concealed
in the darkness, I heard a strange noise, it
sounded as though some one was breathing
in great pain, and then it ceased. I had
advanced but a tew feet into the room
when I stumbled over something that I
knew in a moment was a corpse. I shud
dered as I touched it, but finally drew
forth one of two matches that I had in my
pocket, struck it, held it aloft and beheld
as it blazed up, a vulture flapping through
the window near the roof. The second
match was lit and I watched it carefully
(for it was my last,) until it burned stead
ily; turned it down and beheld my cousiD,
with his breast riddled with bullets and
the point of a bowie knife showing at his
throat, where if had been driven from the
back of his neck.
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Dyspepsia, constipation, bilious complaints,
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Tho basement li used for receiving nnd packing
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The 2nd, :td nnd4th Ihwirsuro given np exclusively
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oi bcovi l a liood anil l.lver s
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45 YEARS BEFORE THE PUBLIC.
Dj?. C. McLAITE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "tor all
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tions of the Liver, an 1 all Billious com
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"Insist upon having the genuine Dit.
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the market being full of imitations of the
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U ITKCHAsElfS NOTICE.
T u W
W. M. Mcl'heeters und nil o'hers whom it
may concern :
Yon lire hereby notified, that n vale of icnl cMnte,
niudu by the collector, l'ctcrSnup. ut tnesoulh west
dour of'the court house, In the City of Cairo, Coun
ty or Alexander and (statu of Illinois, on Hie Hah
day of July. t. I), Wh, 1!. S. Warn
rurc!iiiscd the following described runl csliite,
situ ;ed In said county for the lures, special as
sessments, penalties nnd costs, tine mid unpaid
thcreou tor the year A. 1). I H 7 and prior vcurs, to
wit! The fractional imiith west of section thlrty flvn
(:l'ii. towusblp fifteen (15), south rune, three
Snld land hidnir taxed In the name of W. W. M.
Mci'hcetcrs, and that the time allowed by law for
the redemption ot said real estate will expire on
the lnth tiny of .Inly, A. 1). 1SH1, at whb litlnio 1
will apply for B deed.
JAMES A. C.Mrl'ULETKII.S,
Notice Is hereby nlven. that on the Ifith day of
April next, between the hours of 10 o'clock In the
forenoon and R o'clock In tho afternoon of said
day. ut the lute, residence of William O'Callnliun,
decerned, In the city of Cairo, county of Alexander,
nnd state of Illinois, the personal property of said
decedent, conslstlnu of household and kill lieu fur
niture, bureaus, bedsteads, washstatels, beds and
heildliiK "loves, cooking utensils, bur tlx I lints,
counter, one cow aud other articles, will be sold at
public sule. Terms of utile rash In hand,
l'ATKICK M()( KI.EU,
March SW, lHK), Admlnlatrutor.
KSTATB or I.IZZIll It. llAI.l.lDAr, SIKC 1ILUIIES,
The underslirncil, huvlim been appointed admin
istrator with tho will annexed of the cstHtu of
y.l it. Ilulllday, alnrn Iluehea, late of the county
of Alexander und statu of Illinois, derensed, hereby
Klvea notice that huwlll appear before I he county
court ol Alexander coitulv, at Die court house In
Cairo at thu May term, on thu third Motidnv In
May next, at whdli time all iicraiina having claims
aunlnst said estate lire noil lied and rcoucstcil to
attend for the purpose uf hnvinu the siiine adjusted.
All persona Indebted to snld estate are requested
to make Immediate payment to the undorslitned.
IIkniiv L. IIau.ioav,
Administrator with will anned.
Dated thli tlh day of March, A. D., ItWO.
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