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alje VOL. XIY'.-NO. 33. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER 7, IS77. ESTABLISHED ISG4. uu jmn ill 1 i (THE Alt 1 ZONA MIN'KK. I iliu.ih::i kvukv kkiday. CHAS. "W. BEACH, 1 Mi tor :uul Proprietor. T!'ifi-.n!vnWoftli Wkiikia Mlr.n wIuiJb I . !stl an-l in thi, i! thirtrvoth vrnr, it Caa, in lu irmiorx. sSiil- eript im ICatos. OwC'i'V. One Yr 5.00 3.00 ..... 1.75 35 ...$15,00 Si M-tfc T!irt MHMh SlncVCr Di i and WrtViy . ir ar. . . . .Ail'i'tiini; lats. O 10 lintHuf thi trji. is cmIhiihi. $XWlrr5r fit -I" ml l ' w " atMitiiHwI iprrlinn. , iHrA l '-'t from titavr rt" w 111 h nMil ut rr- l- ' i & iv-.o-i. ea.t-ic i nwi'V h,ri'tJtin. lrrtiiric Iw i.i'i irk m f.wuitni t by a.il. or UrrnUr. t fob- r .n -W offici a l ni u kctor v. TERRITORIAL Ol'FlCKHS. .Hintm S.Slitvn. J4.H I. Hyt. J. J. t!iTr. K f.Clirl. T. J. Un'ler. (l.fn' ...... S"VHry EAuI'.t tT r- ...... SSi-f.r '"r?tl ... .M " I)KVrt Wvler. M " C A. Twl. ICVrV Cntrt Joih 11 Axtttns. Ef n " iiwn.r K . INmnr. El'ii l "5'v Martmt W. W. StamliXr. Pl-p t lih.tt Lr li Wm. J. O.U.rn. If l'ml 1 Jhm. Cri!i. rr " " " . ... M I.. SliW-. I'rfwll . . . G. Iun:. Y V.P.I POl'VTV OI nCRKA Ifrohitr Ju'lc ... Hfcrlvr H. Curtttr. rt. V. HmfN K. Itrnwn Win. WiH-r-rtn V.. J. O-A IVtil Wl-r Wm. wnvrrxm. ISh-r-T Irn 'r Sh.nff ICniTv KNMr ... IC.'ii'v Trirr . Il)l'r .- tn.r ... IC!-rK Di.tr e Cwrt. Snpr inr . ................. O !) ltrtmVi.. f Rs. W. CurtU. 1 Pjotiooi .if Imv: II. II. fntttrr. C. K. Calf n..l fCots"abV J. K. Rirwlt ntnt TniaV Murrar. ijluvor K. J. CooV. r.:,, ( I- J- .M'w. W. 7. WiUun. v I l. Mlm Mtxl I:ih IIir. lRr,iaI rrnV Mtitay !Ar.vr J. V. Mmilor. vim.oi: or ruKevrr. r ii:i:scoTr post okkici:. uttit'rvi, ixn hkiuisti'ki; ok v. s. maii. From Clif.im'a. la-lrn s.m-. an.I Svntlit-ra Arfin . i vh . ontKi: n IV. r- ' f . . , . . . . . i i:ki:v nn t oiv. -iifl.i- IfidiAvr Cf"v M:n-.l V,rX CrUtl n- lUnlrvllI.. Oav. i wrk'v Sjitftiil S r. v.Hwt rnprj m I'm! v. 01 f Tu.lu . Iri "a iuhI Saw(.M A To Wa'nul lirn.al HfmJlmn mmvh imk. T. w. oris. r. M. :ri v ,f illi uimlh. Ht 7oVUA V. 51. , i'-mibc Uri"tUr fnivraiillv (nt-lt-vl I A. S HASKi:t.i., w.M. ! i.k. m z .iuit;rr r. s. i:rrr. j. kodkmicko sa 1 j o. ii x.-. i I. 0. 0. F.. ARIZONA LODGE No. 1. K-mUr Mtinc? oxt first ant! thinl $at- urv;a .-tVaoh Kmaih. ut .Matnic Hall. Mfm- . COr.SWKM,. ENTIST Xe.SJO Koamy St. SAX KHANCiSCO. 4 4T'IV l .'litll U I . i. ui:m)i:kso. & co.. C nmniissioi: tock Brokers, n:lemeitt Nev:nl;i Itlork. . . . . . ,, i. , i - . . . . . Coyote Stock Ranch. JtitfVrn ni ffm lnNU : Iwit of rnnct and N( VWT J IT al ( t iTl 1 it'll . Til IAS D. SAUNDERS. LODGING HOUSE. iMt'Oiw"!" f.w' f i I.vlcinc lloue on Coin Sir! t'eiw!' OSir llow. Koomi, - SLOO .50 C.OTI.lKn CUKKU VrvtrT Siucle Bds. 1 throaty p rut Ot i i: rv T In.Hr1 rn mr! rrvW. ilir'rt your tWrioi tt l o --iit l' llr hnr th t cun. ret Direct to all P inti, 32 p2r Rrlonth. ....... v 1 T'i iir.iU'rj cfl'-I I n in. ol ftciSti. lorrnrchlrr t. i hi :rii i-(v-..t ei. m iini rj-.ch u urji'ci tuiirr trau. r.i.ni.iri ox ,ir. Hull. I.r mv MER C HA N7T A! LOR, CHAHLZ3 HORTON. Grat.it" ST", first il.mr iwh f llaUaatrny't. Lleaiung ami Kepainug e.ittv uone anil CarjK'ts sewwl ami Fitted. Prr-colt, Anxn, Juu- IS. IST7. E. O. GRAWT, WICK EN HI KG, Mil ZONA , IM'AIFK tt GKXE.IAL MEKCIIAXDISE, CUHAP KOK CASH. A"-.lf C".1 n.irt1. I'tlf LK(, A t. II LA IV KS. Of JErcn Clans ami Kind, Attray oa ban; nod fr .lUr. ut th -MlNF.lt ner. -crri rawil 24 Uult llh. J. ID PKKSCOTT. C. P. HEAD. l'rtrott. HE3 WHOLESALE AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE, PRESCOTT Ay ) Respectfully announce to the people of mm are constantly roc -'w ag the KVKK OFFERED FOR Silks. Calicoes', Delninos, Litiuns, Kopi, Muslins. FluuiuiU, lSmjircssei, Ginghams, Jju-e. 1701" Ovcrshirts, Business Suit?, Drivj Suiu. r tuts. I losierv, Fine Uuderwcflr, For Wheelbarrows, Btecl, Iron, l'icks. Shovel, Sledges, b or Plows, Mowers, Reapers, Hoes;, Hakes, Flow Steel, li.tliug Planes, Paints, Hatchets, Hammers, I Saws, For "NVool Sack Twine, Tar, Wool Saoki, For TTofcols. Station Koepcry mwl Saloons r Red-room Set, Alo ami Porter, Glassware, Whiskies, Purlor Sets, Table rurr.itutv. Wines, Tobacco, Chairs. Crocket y, Bmndios, Cignr. For Kvcr.vbod.v: Flour, Ctii Mcjil, Beans, Bacon, ll tms, Lird, Cunii! M ats and Fruits, Diiid Fruits, Syrup, Sugar, Tea. Cotli'c, Rice. Spices. S.vip, Ca:idles. S"da, Starch, Suit, Cream Tartar, Ve.i.-t Powder. Stows, Carpets, ( )il Cloths, Matting, l!lauke:s. Mattresse, IS;a, Ktc LIBERAL PRICISS, IX MERCHANDISE OR CCRREXCY, yon Cold Dust, Cold and Silver Bullion, Wool, Hides,! AND MEUCHANTAULK PIJODl 1z$" Price at the Verdj House the s.ime as nt Prcscotr, with additional freight I added NEW GOODS!! NEW GOODS!! AT the PIONEER STORE, BEDROCK PRICES! JOHN G. CAMPBELL nA now nncKiVKD thi: i.akckst and most comi-kkti: stock ok GENERAL fvl EVER BROtT.HT TO THIS .MARKET, COMPRISIXC Men's, Youth's, and Boys' Clothing, Ladies' and Gents' Cndem-enr, Boots, Shoes ntid Slippers, Men's and Boys' Hats, Shirt, Neckties and Gloves. Hosiery and Hundkeicliiefs, Bar.DAinask, Russia aud Crash Toweling, Calicoes, Ginghams. Alpacas:, Poplins, "Wool Plaids, Tweeds. Cassimcri s and Denims, White, Colored ami Opera Flannels, Ladies' and Misses' Shawls, Cuffs, Collars, Crochet, Embroidery Edging, Vallencicnnes Lace. Nottingham Lace. Black Silk Fringes. Eet., Etc., Etc.. Etc BIA.IVIvK'rS VIVI) 3 1 V rr rr ii: s s , Cotton and Rustic Blinds, Tapestry and Velvet Mats, Tapestry, Ingrain and 3-ply Carpets, Oil Cloths, Wall Paper and Border, Box. Cylinder and Thermometer Churns, Rocking, Dining and Office Chairs, Children's Chairs, Bedroom Sets, Table and Pocket Cuilery, Fish Hooks and Lines. Picks, Shovels and Sledges, Hoes Rakes, Wheelbarrows, Planes, Chisel-", Axes, Iron and Load Pipe. Couplings, Elbows, Chains, Suction, Force and Lifting Pumps, Cooking and Parlor Stoves, Fenders. Etc, Etc.. Etc., Etc.. Etc., Etc. Sporting:, Ciant and Blasting Powder, Fuse, Caps, Drill Steel, Paint Brushes, Wool Sacks and Twine, Paints. Oils, Glass. Smalts. Bronze, Turpentine. White Lead, Gold Leaf, Crockery, Glassware and L imps. Traveling Rugs Satchels, Ti links, Bar Glaeee", Bottles, Mirrors, Valisw, Chatidclieis, Etc., Etc. A FULL ASSORTMENT OF TIN, COPPER A IT D .SHE E T 1 It O IV W O It K CONSTANTLY ON HANI) AND MADE TO ORDER. Staple unci Fancy O-l'ocovie, or THF. NKWF.ST AND CIIOICKST DCSCIlllTIONS. COMI'KISINO Green, Black, and English Breakfast Teas, Mocha. Java and Rio Coffee. Mackerel, Salmon Bellies. Dried Beef, Buckwheat Flour, Canned Ftuit. Mushrooms, Cheese, Hams. Bacon, Tolinpfo and nxm, Whirs, Liquor-;, A!r, Portrr ntul Citlcr. Saddles, Ox Whips. Blacksnaki s. Collars, Il irtiess Soaji and Kurck i Dressing, Saddle Mats and Cloths. Wh:p Lisl.es. Bows, Pole-, Buggy Sliafts. Hubs. Hobbles; Halters, Buckles. Snaps. Ring. Wagon Sjiok -s, IVl'oes, Etc., Etc. Ml of which will he sold at Bedrock Prices, or exchanged for the Products of tl onni'v. PSESCOTT MEAT MARKET, NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE PLAZA. we Ann now rnnr-AKED to ki-knish the -ceoi'm: or pkescott and vicinity with Boor, PorK, Mxitton, Etc., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, AT FAIR, LIVING PRICES. i , , u , c- T- KOGEItS i CO. WM. S. Hi:,!!), Catiip Vrrlr A33 cfc RETAIL DEALEKS IN CAMP VERDE. A. T.. J w Northern Arizona that thev now hare ou hunt! SAL IS IX T1ILS MARKET. Lawn. Poplins, Alpaca?, Hosier', Gloves, Douutio, Utbboiis, Shawls Genl 1 01210 2i : Ovoreoats, Shoe J, Overalls. Uoots, lint?, . Gaps, etc. 3ff inei'.s : Ore S.icks, 15ojM', HIaek l'owder, Giaiit I'nwilor, Giunt l'owder Caps, Fuse. etc. ;iimoiJS : Pitch Fork.s Axes, Harrow?, Scythes, Hope, Ktc, Ktc. INLeelm 11 ics: : Uujis ttml Screxvs, Wall Papei "White Lead, Paper Rorder, Window Shades, Oil muJ "urpentiue. - Ci ro-wors : Sheep Shears, Sulphur. Sheep Dip. TIIK lTS OF T11K COUNTRY. BEDROCK PRICES ERG ! i A N D i S E Smoked Salmon. Boneless Codfish. Cracked Wheat. Hominy, Oatmeal, Alden Dried Fruits and Vegetables. BL'SIXKSS CARDS. LAWYERS. .IOIIX HOW All I), Attorney uiul Counselor ut Law. OOlco S juth Moutezunn tl r, Prosoott- SA.m i:L II AHllLTOX, .MiiuTnl I'ark, Mnh:tve County, Arizona. pvt i. wi:m:u, Attorney autt Couhm'Ioi-at Law, Prescott, Aiizona. T..1. I)KI'3I, Attorney anil Counselor at Law. Proscott, Arisonn, Ot't'lCKHxa'h M I'Uu. II. U. CAIITTKU, 1'robate.I uilgc, .1 notice ot" t lie Peaci And Conveyancar County Duildtng. .1. l. IlAUCRAVi:, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Prtscott, Arisouo. OlUCK Et M or tbr IMiua. ii. n. ali:xa.ui:h, ATTORNEY" AT LAW, Tutna, Arisona Territory. WKI t I ail lh CWflt nf thr Trt4lw) . PACL .1. KOIIKUT. ATTOBNET AT LA"W, l'KBSfOTT. A. T. Vurih ftf 0iIin Sihmi mi Oimull. S-ral Kiteh al SpdHUk. pa.tf. UUKT.W. AH.M. KAK ilYtKKK. .IUIN J WORK ARAM. McCUSKER & BRUNER, iVttorueys anil ouiiM-lorsat Linv. PltKSCOTT, AllIXONA. 09S tn doors iu.f I". nr lliu i 1 .f. tl.H In all tH CWrt. THOMAS FITCH. i f .... . l ... T - .uuiu.,) cv tuunsuiu .ii -"" Pre3C3tt. Arisonn. Wilt PrHi'tlce in all rourt- r Itio Territory. Oftlr with th" In.lrirt I'nwv OfliCf t:w. BKN.JAMIX aiOKG.W, ATTOBNE-? AT LAW, (ifflr. wiih J I. t(rirr.v Knj ) rniLscorr, vavaiwi corvrv. ahizona. Will l'ruetlcf In H Court oT llio Territory. Particular attention t:iven to Mining Ijiw. nijritie". to hov. s. iikvpkxi'KI.ht, - - - San FraocJeo. " to.mas m'ow n.'i ashler lVauk Ciillfortila! JOHN A. KCSH. EH. W WM.I .tUrj lmhlic wi:lls. KCSI1 At Presontt. Yavapai County, Ariznnn Will lrirt)r KtlfWl t all M HHlfl4 H .r titi-1 Mii4f cwm- ni Kiiy aoHimt-iy wtM"'-' ermii allMtlfc gixtm Ut nBgt". l-iuu Cv-li-i. llntrtct .IMiN-rjr I'tma tV It It. H-nrnai. m:ii:i'(iii) cooduicii, Attorneys Counselors nt Law. Tucaou, Ariz tin. mil practic lu all lh Ciri of th- Trtr!try. pii"YSicixisrs. DK. A. .1. TJIIBOIX), M.A.. 31.1). M. IK, Trinilv I nivrr: ) M 1L C I'hy Mini Sunr. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. rrr-rntt. Arliiuu. Office ami KksU'CNCk Jrwrll ltuiMintr, it of An- ilr A 1!otc' lorr. n:. waiuu'n i:. day. SURGEON -AND PHYSICIAN. OrnCF. Muntrmmn Sliwt. Hbivi Onoitwin. Can In" ixmoiiIii? I at hi- Oltt v lit nil hmirc JwSll. K. TIIKlLi:, 31. I)., PbyaicLin. Surg ion mid Accoucheur lT.KSrOTT. A. T. OiVkv awl rrjklcne n Munli'iiiinti Strrrt, ppolte llif .MI5.KK oaicf. tTpl'rivBte cnlrnnro to comnlutUm nnitm, lnm tli rvar. MISCBLLAWEOTJS. .1. (;oldvati:k j uro., wnoi.EsAi.n ni:ii.i:us, Forwarding and Commission Merchants Ehrenberp. Atisonn Territory. JAY li. ULI.LEV, assayi:k, Proscott Arisom Territory. " CSIiO. 31. W AT 1 : 1 s, Millwright ami Contractor, PRESUOTT, A. T. BI.AlCi: Ai CO., A S S A "ST S R S j T.oM Dn.t. Onl.t in.l Silver tlulll.m nnd Orr ! eTrry dwripti.-.s t-ltt 1u.1l nwaynl. All iih. i;iurntrrl. OKHCK In t.iinif i.mrrly cciiirl by A. A: N. M. KxTi Cv. I'ruoitt. S. C. MILLER & BRO. Arf now jul..""! t.i tti-Ivk nml IitwshI nil pil nn.l m-robnii1i, is.vitfn.tl ! Ili'lr nf t lan'iU1i tatfu. Tnin wilt Inf nhrmlH-rjr lur ilm. I- r m.-ntli S C. .Mll.l.KU A. uo. TitkmU JuU 10 IS77. tf E. A. FARGO & CO., 1MC0KTF.IIS M JOIlllKH-OF BRANDIES, WINES AND LIQUORS, No. Jtt Knnt tiwt curnrr f Cuininereial, SAN ritASCISCO. CAIh fhlOmn Ehrenberg to Prescott. FAST Fit E 1(2! IT. Tli' tWt tram foil- I.'' KM lit l.ini tri" lnT I'rrns u f..r KhrriiU rir i" S"linlny .ikw Ii.iH hmI run iviru'nrU Unrt-nUcr. '!'. liirn- I.I.. nil Ii ib ltM-l in iliif tinrn. S C. Mll.l.KU .t III'O R. E. FAMUNGT.N, Forwarding & Commission MEKCI1ANT, EKRENBERC, AR3ZONA. Kifi, on bml u Icupr uply ot G E3YEI A I, M EK CI 1 A D1SE. Agent for S. C. Miller & Bro. SrSpoa'nl nnd Picmpt Ato tion given to t ho Foixvardiug of nil Goods marked R.E.F. K. K. Ir'AHlUNQTON. A Trllmtn lit Vagf et. Jiidjjo (J. J. Carjienter, in olojiug the De Yoiinjf liltfl cae, said: "Like many of you, I haveknown Horace K. Pugo for many yams. He lived hun-, I think, fir nearly neventeen ymrs. For much jif that time ho was mv nean-st nuteh- tor. .... TI 1 . ........ I.t... .. II .1. , unrv suuii linn ill nil wie luciucnu 01 llV. strtving to maintain himself and his fa uily. I have seen him a stage driver, driving; his own tnns and working his wn null confnict. Dnrinir all that time I Imvb ecn him ax hij itmitiow.s, public splriiel mail, working in the Interests of th mj euuj.es so near and dear to nil of us. i H ive served with him as n School Director, and I have known him after n hard day's vrfc to again lalwir far into the night to reft sehiKi! houes and make arrangements for the stlnriei of the teat-hcr. 1 have seen idm trp fnun one of his stages Into the hll uf (,tnsrit!, and while I am readv to tftiy ot Ids high c.toractor u a triend, citi icii, iiuMMinii Hiui miner, mere ts no man aint wham I Imve spent mo:e monev to defeat in iwiiiio; but notwitlutanding this. rieileteii ei mv friends. Mini nUa niv r He had more votes than I or mv friend had, mtd I accepted the result. After the ittbliatkwt of THIS INPAMOl'S I.IIIUIt Mr. Page cam to mc and said : "You have km ii mt as a citizen. Vo have been op posed in jiolltics. but bore is a case that concerns not only my xlitiaal standing, but me as a num.5 I tell you. gentlemen, knowing Mr. Page for many years: know ing that thef infamous charges were all ftsr, do you upKic it took me long to de cide whether I woitldjissist him in bringing his iMe brfnre a trial jury of hi country men, even though my action should sink me down to the the lowest depths of political I iff. Gentlemen, there are tunes when we arise aboie the hog, Iw1hoii aud tiger that is hi u?, kwI act as men, on those high prin- riitles under w! irh we hone, after having done with this world, to roach a higher and ! a U'tter life." Of Sknatok Sakot he snid : " ho wns Sargent, and for what was Aaron A. Nirgent in a Court ot justice? A nun u ho had been in Congress for twelve tears representing the State of California. I know I have j.-imI him bitterly. I i... .. c... .i. i.: i i . i.... ' i '" iiiiiuui; mini um, Ken , tlemen. to all ii.r mining claims, your hou-e- and your huid. you hold vour titles under a law i itrHluced and p .sed thtough Congre. bv A. A.Sirgent. He found them in a cha .tic condition. He reduced them to a sysicm, and I lielieve that every man gives him the chsracter of being one of the most ; activ?, untiring members of Congress. Very much, if not all of the federal legislation ji-sod for California within the last twelve i years was due to his uudving, energetic J brain." OKO. 0. OOUK.V.M. i Who was Georgu C. Gorham? The best ' liieiiu ami tlic luttercat loein all Call torn ia. t A man whose ability and talent wen rec- : egninsl by the ieadut s of both political A man who. if his oar ties in California j discretion was eiiual t his tdont, would to-1 J u j vftwdnivit cnmnirismi bewn ilie hImi name! xentlemeu and the De oungs i and iinnevs, the Judge contiuuud: j "lt mc sav t you, gentlemen, that if I Hae auy choice, I prefer the lion of any par.y to its political po' cents. I would pre fer to be torn to piecs by the loins of the Republican party, rather than to have to bury my clothes after every campaign." i.i:tti:k rno.M A HOV1.NO COKUKSroN- IIKM. Puccnix. Aug. 25, 1S77. ; Ki. Mineu: 1 found a herd of gay old ' Minis at Smith's mill now there w:is P. W. (Smith, ol course), and Doe. (Jones, par jh 1 )m tv), as also, the immortal Ridley (not ! Robert). Smith is sharp enough to clear I about $700 a week out of the mine and ar , ra'igcnient as his share, while Doc, and the Coi. come in for a profound share of the ! glittering yellew stuff. Well, the Doc. affects j an oriental life, and were there but a few j palm trees instead of castor-bean, at the Oa-is he might easily be taken tor a Sheik or a Pasha, but a the Millet.' trhut ctmli have induced a man of his capabilities, i auinini-irative ami executive, as wen as Mku uI this last word is intended as a dou ble tMltmlir, what could have induced him to drop the gorgeous pomp and circumstance of courts and polite society, to fraternize with barley -venders and calico-peddlers, in the little adobie towns of "Hairy Zona; A , man w hom a Prince of the House of Haps- burg has f.ivorcd, to have chosen the desert ! wild of Ariz.ma for a residence! Not since j .lohn-the-Raptist went gabbing around in : the wilderness eating honey and locusts has the like ol Mons. Ridley been seen. He is a keen lover of the hunt, and nothing suits him better than to ciimb the rugged pica eh is of the Hassavampa in search of some j solitary doe, and sleep out the fatigue en gendered thereby on the polished surface ot some seoentary rock. "The world forgetting, but not by the world forgot," we recom mend the Col. for the Delegateship to Con gress at our next election. Now, there is Mr. Samuel Hughes, a young gentleman with the f.ce of a Spanish belle, of the Guadil quivir, and a half-Jay-Gouldish look; hois 11 true Pennsylvania!!, and looks one over quite critically, but Samivel is what the Chi nese would call a "good man." Then there is the o d Forty-niner, with the Mexican war ni..dal, a noble old soul, whom any con noiseur would take for a Biscaynu until he i speaks he is no unimportant addition to the celebutics ol Smiths null. Shay, too, the veteran scout, Sonoretie and Apache huntei, is there, and while your correspon dent remained. :ot up a pitclud battle with a irave of the Latin nice from over the So uora line, aud ran him out of the camp. Smith's mill averages $1,4 JO a week clean profit to its owners, in merchantable gold, with a 10-stamp mill running night and day they employ white men in the most re sponsible positions and Mexicans to do the ordinary work. Bacon. MiNiNo on the Sandv. Capt. Egan, Chief Commissary of the Department of Arizona, has returned from an extended trip to Eluenberg, thence tip the rvcr to the Colorado reservation, the MeCrackin mine, Greenwood, etc., 'hence via Camp Mohave, Cerbat and Miner d Park back to his hcad qtiartcr at P.escott TlieCiptaiu informs iu that the extension of the MeCrackin on which I Mr. L et i building a mill is by all odds the ! large-t vein of rich ore, thirefore the best ! mine, he has evor seen outside of Washoe. Messrs. Loot and Ewing are there, and by tlu lotii int. will hive their 10-statup mill running. Also ex-G.vemor SalTonl is in-tc.-esteii in this opendiou, and is, we learn, expected here in a day or iwo on his way to tint country, but will visit the Tiger, in the developemcut of which he is interested with Mr. Helm and others, before proceeding to the Suudv. Yavapai county has 14,000 inhabitauts. 1'iilcuflV In Ntw OrltMii. The suburlisof Jetferson wcroexcited a few evenintrs since. Sot ietv was nhakon to the foundation while all the urchins fairly veil ed with enthusiastic delight The eauce. it appears, was the anonncc- uipnl tlHU at nine v. m. on a green near Jlag arine Meet, silmky Hill and Rattling Tom ttto youths of tint section would meet in battle array to settle, according to the rulos of the prixe ring, a quarrel that existed for many uays. and winch had grown so bitter that it mis determined by common consent that nothing short of a tight could bring the niNtter to a 11 mil isue. Accordingly at the appointed hour the principals each accompanied by a delegation if iriemN ant ml in i rets, repaired to the bat tleground, and Hinid encrying shouts, such a -Slug him "Tom." Hust him wide open," "ICnock the stulfin out of him," "Urcak his jaw Rill." and similar kindly suggestions, the combatants leaped into the arena, so to ; speak, and began to strip to the butf, as jcr ,rue l,mo n" requirements. At this time ' th'' spectators gatlu-red at the ring side num. t " """""f " lu-' not only bovs and girls' but men and wo men, to whom the intelligence of the mill had come as a pleasant invitation to break the monotony of the summer's dullness nnd they were egerly, aud excilcdly waiting for the sport 'to begin; tor mind you, the treat was too delicious to permit the instinct of humanity a voice in the matter. On the outskirts of the crowd sentinels had been stationed to give due warning of the ap proach of peelers, and, in short, every prep aration to a firt-clttM tight had been made. Meanwhile the iale Luna illumined the scene and the fighters were engag-sl in re- it;ti i.., i;r,.... ; i i . i. . !.. i.: 1.-. and somehow he conldn t manage his shirt u ill. ! Imitn immift.Kl bv Tom ( who numbering eighteen years wa natutally a letter sdiirt linger). Tom, having accord ingly shucked his shirt iirst, a.ked Hill "where he'd have it." and Bill just in the act of slinnintr his tormenting shirt over his --" -- - - - - 1 I head, said, Anywhere," not thinking the uo i ble Thomas would stiikeout before time was calks) Hut the noble Thomas had no no f;.,n .,--w;ntr r.,r Um.. -.hi! 1. Will. lam "hKie it" right then-and then, and to ! p-vchieal aim phyical j.lanoinem, are un sueh purpose that VUIiam.traightwnv stop- j que-tiouably genuuie t.xts. he thinks, "la ped cur u:i" his -hirt for the pure minded London and clsew herr ." he -sty-, -smntsaro nuroose . iiowlinir at his foe, and crving a-, : loud to the wds thst lie would have sweet revenge. In a trice the misenible shirt was ! oil', and then, like the graded tiger or the bearded lion. William sprang upon !.isiival ith a well directed clip under tne lett ear I supiKis,. mat the fun thev had come after i j they had obtaintnl in the fullest KlUlt 01 i metu-urc. Alter Billv hl himmerwl lom about ; live minutes that worthy cried "enough. ! mid veiled for the police. Then Hill let him p; the IwiUle over, and the vnnuisheil slinking away in disgrmv, left the victor to be lionized by toe crowd and retniiii a val iant hero for soma days to come. New Or leans Times. A. Ward to u Mltle Frleiut. We have len jicrmitted to publish a letter written by Mr. Charles F. Browne (Artemus Ward l to "a young lady friend of his a little girl, then of the agi of eight ud now the w ife of a prominent merchant in a neighbor ing city. The letter never has before ap peared in print. Snlem. Mass, June lSth, 1SG4. My Dear Amelia: I cannot tell you how much I miss you. it seems as though I had lost all my ic lutivus, including my grandmother and the cooking-stove. Why didn't I put you in a bottle and bring you down here with me? But I am al ways forgetting something. The other day I went otf and forgot my Aunt Sarah, and she's a good deal bigger than you are. I like you very much. I should like you just as well if you were tw elve years older. I am very singular about some things You spoke to me about a Ixiy who is jjj t,!lt j,,, j,uj ,e mav my rival, i.snouui icei vcrv sorry 10 drive me to it. I am in hojies that he will take Him self into a premature tomb that he may choke h.msclf with a large slice of pudding; but if he does neither. I shall feel forced to load him with chains ami read all mv lect ures to him That will finish him. His boots may remain, but the rest of him will have perisheu miserably long ere 1 have got through. You must he a good little girl, and always mind your mother. Never let your excell ent mother feel sorry that she is acquainted with you. If it hadn't been for her, you might have got drowned in a soup-plate long ago. In fact, my dear Amelia, so couduct your self that even on dark ami raiuy days the bright sun may shine wherever you are, and that the stars (which are next to the sun in brightness) may never Hash so brilliantly but that you can always look steadily and hopefully toward them. Faithfull jAiur friend. A. W.vuu. New York Sun. A COMl'I.lM KNT TO THE CllAKT. III the will ol the late Dr. John C. Van Wyck, of Oakland, Cal., wcurs this clause: I desire mv son Stedincn to be as thor oughly educated as he may desire, consist ent with the means at the disposal of his guardian. Should he not evince a disposition to acquire an education, or should circum stances compel him to leave school or col lege, to contr.bute to his maiutainancc. 1 insist upon his learning a trade of some kind: but leave the selection entirely op tional with him. I would advise him to learn that of " printing," as should he in af ter life adopt one, or "other of the lcarued professions, he will have acquired greater mental culture than iu any other mechanical pursuit. The Dr. was quite wealthy yet he was so much opposed to the fashionable follies of the day that he gives this direction as to his funeral : My cofiin ws be of the simplest nnd cheapest kind, made without any ornaineu tatio.i or iu-criptioa plate. The bandies (should there lv unyi are not to lie plated, and are to be as plain as possible. The funeral services of the Protestant Episcopal Church are to be jierfornieil. Four car riages will be more than suthVent for my frieuda. I do not wish my children to put on mott ring for mc: yet 1 make not the slightest opposition to their wishes iu this matter. The Emperor of China has forbidden the importation and use of opium in China. If ho can succeed in eradicating the use of this noxious drug among his people ho will prove himself a granter benefactor to them than their dotni-god Confucius. he sent the aforesiad rival to grass, and then j sujKjrtine spiritual texture, whereas human he proceeded to sit uown upon him, to stcp ! fo'ncs, under similar conuitiotis, became all over him and to pound him all over. ! aMe carl ropes Out ot these gnrm AU this time the crowd of observers fairly , s portions may be cut More the tempo dancekl with jov Thev ha ?nt seen such a . ' organism dissoh es into its origmaJ certi prettv fMit siuce web-fHititl Sal whipped ' xuotits- which it d-e even w hile vim are look tho b'le ir-eved milkmair and so it is fair to "Js' " - and the rent m the garment is m- "The boy .stood by llio stable door And watched th'o pensive mulo; A thoughtful attitude it wore, An air serenely cool. That bov approached its hinder end Let fall the pitying tears; "He's gone to meet Ins br. thor, and His ago was seien yeans." Let capital shako hands with labor, Let the poor have the bread they earn, For surely they need every onny, Is a lesson quite easy to learn." Itcmembcr the poor loo I heir children, So give them a .smile, not a frown, Live and let live, be your motto, Oh ! doni put the working man down. Little drops f whisky Mixed Mi h dmjis of water, Make a fellow frisky And do what he hadn't ought ten Alex. Majors the veteran King of all th "bullwhackers," came in on Saturday eve ning from Haydcns ferry on Salt River, where he has been suiKrintrndiog the farm ing business of Judge C. T. Hnydcn during the Summer. He is now on his way to Great Salt Lake, in his own conveyance, where he expects to engage in business with parties with whom he has been for some time in correspondence. Mr. Majors, in the days when he was the vetitable King of the plains, did a large freighting business with Salt Lake, and is well known there for his punctuality and upright character. So that he needs neither latruduction nor recom mendation to the people among whom he goes to make his future home. Judge How ard has suggested that jerhaps they want him to take the place made vacant by the death of Brigham; but th's he positively de nies, and allege, among other reasons, that there is a lady in Ssn Jose, On!., who excr- : cises a large lutluence over bun, and who is , , . , . , I '-Cldedlv opiiowl to the doctrine of JoIvg- amy, which, in order to till the place of the deceased President, he would be obliged to practice quite extensively. TkSXTSON's RlIOTHKU A SrilUTCYMST. F. Tennyson, brother of the poet, has writ ten u letter on Spiritulisiu, in which he says it is the grand subject of the day. to which' . no otiier approacties in iin:Hrtunce. 1'iu meurnated tor penmL iiirymg trom a qnar ter of an hour to three hours, ami appear in the seaueo renins in the midst of the assem bled company, clothed in habilments palpa ble and material, which under microscopic inspection lose nothing of their wondstfol gantry uucu up ami no appeanince 01 tijo I'l'iiv. a twin itrt it-uti iir o ifuiu suem that Spiritualism is a family mutter with the Tennvsous. Stiiiili-y Miitlicuo 011 llie Silver Oiiestlon Ati i hns (Ohio). Aug. 27th. Stanley Math ews addre-setl a large meeting- hero on Sat urday night on political questions- He hand led the tin-incial question ably, and conclud ed :,4I join therefore, heartily in tbeduintiml for the monctizutinn of silver, the restoration to our coinage and currency of the ancient sdver dollar, without other limit than is se cured by govenuent control of its quantity' guided by an experience of the mutts. It is equally the demand of justice and sound public policy, the indispensable crmduion and only safe road to return pi ion v a resump tion of specie jmymentv which shall not re tire aud cancel our treasury notes, but make, them equal in value to silver and gold, and exchangeable at par with coin on demand, and so preserve and perpetuate them sis our national currency the cheapest, the most uniform, the most pet feet American currency. Bnnfort's Wine aud Liquor Circular is re sponsible for the following sfory of a Penn sylvania German who fills the twofold josi tion in the community of saloon-keeper on wecK-days and organist of a church on Sun days. A short tune a.40 he had been up pretty late oi Saturday night waiting on customers, aud next day, while presiding at the organ, found it difficult to kep his eyes open. The preacher proceeded with his ser mon to the end, and at its conclusion tneor ganist was fast asleep and snoring loudly. The choir being in readiness to begin sing ing, some one shook the sleeping musician from his slumbers to play the accompani mcnt. He awoke with a start, and electri fied the congregation by shouting at the top of his voice A Plucky Doctok. The Owyhee Ava lanhce tells of a plucky Idaho physician named Peters, who, when near the house of a man who had been accidentally shot, anil whom the doctor was going to attend, w.n thrown from a buggy and had his arm bad ly broken, notwithstanding which Jie dress ed the patient's wound, and with his left hand drove the team all day through the heat over a rough road to his home in Silver City, where the broken bones of the arms were set. There is nothing chicken-hearted about; that son of a G alcn. Fiiom C'ami EnsTEEN(Henry Lake), Aug. lioth. According to McDowell's order, ive begin a campaign agains. the hostiles on the 28th to the bitter end. Surgeon Alexander reported 30 men completely worn out and many horses in the same condition. Scout reported that the Indiaus are across the mouth of Slinking Water. Many Bannock have already left on account of the cold. Condensed Facts. A man walks .'5 miles an hour; a horse trots 7: slow rivers flow 4; steamboats run IS; sailing vessels mnke 10; rapid rivers flow 7: moderate winds blow 7; storms move '5(1; hurricanes SO; a rille ball 1.000 miles an hour; sound. 743; light. 190, 000; electricity. 2S0.090. 00 drops make a toaspoonful; tiireeteaspoonsfula tahlcsoon ful. There are 2,7o0 languages. One jMjrson dies at each pulsation of the heart; a genera tiou is 110 years; average of life 111 years. - Rev. J. 0. Rainur, chaplaiu in the U. S Army, who preached to the boys in the Mo doc war, but is now stationed at Angel Is land, has purchased a tine much iu Sonoma county, Cal., and settled his mhiou it. This is the first instance on record of an Army chaplain saving money enough to buy a valuable farm. Chaplaiu Bailor's accounts ought tube investigated. Let a young man and a young woman try the following scientific experiment: A gal vanic battery is set in motion, and while he takes one handle in one of his hands, .she akes the other in one of hers. Then " let them softly kiss each other. It biiugs out nil the fireworks there are in two loviug souls. Reports from Bozeman. Montana, of Aug. 2Sth, say General Sturgis has six compa nies on the Yellowstone to meet Joseph', hand. - . J ' - ..i f A JO-. m 1 ''""'-iwwii i ii i ii .. .