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JnflYlHr WOL. XIV. -NO. 40. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER 21, 1877. ESTABLISHED 1S64. 1 (Is DS. ie ri'itM-siiKo j:vi:ky Friday. Y CHAS. "W. BEACH, JUlitor anil li-orWtor. he flr.tn'rnl'er of the WKKKl.Y MlN'RK ithf inie Jon u i. -ci I aaA in tm. lt thirteenth yenr. it can, rjt'i rl.nui to lie the oklent. ami bet newspaper tho Territory. StilMffint ion r?:tN. C'M'-- One Year ............ I 55.00 : 3.P0I 1.75 9 t 4 S, Month Tliree Moath ler.ir1" ly and Weekiy, one vvht ..--315,00 .Ailvvtisinir Ksits. e ne!i ( li 1nef Hil type). In column, 3.0feTnr adv,rle Ihfiri'lr by tb year, hnlf jar r l"rf -u-l nir n money l.t uuentKn. aarenuiorf Kfr ......... Tjftt -, 4k :.. iVrnrHPt it by -i-ail, or otuerwur. at UMro-irr,V ... . , ,. wilUfia, Z-nUr X-'t't 'aifn at ;vjr in pjjrncnt or P TKUMs. " aJrahf inrariawy. 1USLKSS CARDS. LAWYERS. JOHN I IOWA 111), toriicyumi t ounseior :if Law, ice South Montesurui St. Preacott. SA3IUKL HAMILTON, ni-ral Park, Mohave County, Arizona. PVUL WKBER. LMerncy and Counselor at Law, Prcscctt Arizona. T..1. DUU3I, and Counselor at Attorney Law. if. Frc3cott, Arizoan. FICK -S ia'h l.le of I'luw. II. U. CARTTKIl, ate.I mice. Justice ol the Peace pjSSia Conveyancer. County Building. Bt; J. I. II AUG RAVE, Attorney ami Counselor at Law, Prescott, Arizona. OfWCE East side of the Plauu II. X. ALEXANDER. 'jtua. Arizona Territory. "rractioe ia all the Courl. of the Territory PATL J. ROBERT. XTTOBIME-ST JT LA V7, l'KESCOTT, A. T. Ufcaki Krench anil Spamh. api". iW.AKKM. KKAXK MVC.KrK. AI.V J. BliL.f.B. KRAH, HcCUSKER & BRTJNER, nicy anil Connsplorsat Law. fMS. PllESCOTT, AltlZONA. Jnacr, No. 2, Ornci: Kow. Will fractiro in all the Court HFiljiB I m 55t i OdHl THOMAS FITCH, JSSrnt y & Counselor at Law, Prescott, Arizona. JfM Fritrtlco in all Courti of tho Territory. fb with the District Atjurney. Office Kow. JIEX.I A3I1X MORG A, " offlce wth J. 1. Hiu-crare. Ei,) pSuSSCOTT. YAVAPAI OJC.VTV, AKIZONA. '-TWirractlcK In nil Court or Ilif Territory, ifteticular attention civen to Mining Law. 1. B$SK HEFKKS TO mto.MAM buown. Caslnor lfcinu uauiornin. . Ktslt. ED. IV-. TTEtXS, Xoiary Pullic s.bK IIVSU Si WELLS, 5, &jcTo:B.isr:Er5rs x"W, CiCj 'ft-escott. Yavapai County, Arizona j !Wtr!r"v n'twl to all etrif lHimk nrutd to them i.f Kmml In tho Torriturv. AMtraeti . lattonl. ra civon to oiillvctiom. uiniru. Mtorn. v rimn Co. II. IlERr.FOKti. .Votary J'ullic IHEKEFOKI)& COODKIUll, Rsri'ttrnev & Counselor at Law, Tacaon, Ariz "na. iWW riractico in aM tb Court, of the Trrritory. ?kJ5m. A. J. TIIIliOIK), 31.A., -M.D. M A . Q-in'. rnjvw.lt)-. 1 c , j It. I)., Traitv I mi entity. S 31 It. f. rliy. n.l .-urc. SICIAN AND SUKGEON. rJpHft rre.rntt. Arl7ou:i. '5 tOfZcT- ami KF-Ii'CXtr. Jewell ltuildlnp. rat of An ttMClionc'g turr. WUll. WAKKEN E. DAY. SSrgeon and physician. d JIOlTICr M-i-teititn Strret nlxive Oo-xlnrln. I-rrcot. Con lw-i3.a.te 1 nt hi Ua 10 at nil hours: declM. E. Tli KILE, M. D., ,QrjJ??liyiicb3, Suron and Accoucneur rKESrOTT, A. T. Oftee nn.l rei'uleiio on Miiniwuma Street, oppotita the j- m.m axe. SCBTI'rivs.toentianeoto coaulutlon roomi, from tha Jec'JOtf MISCBLIiA-ISrEOUS. 1 J. CSOLDWATEIl & HRO., wnOLHSALC PEALKUS, .fficwwaruing ana oouiiuissiuu mctKuauw, El'BBI Ehrcnbers. Arizona Territory. m 3 - j n : : - ilt JAY U. KELLEY, ASS A YE IS, Prescott, Arizona Territory. GEO. 31. WATEKS, illwriilit Jiml Contractor, PRICSCrOTT, A. T. it LAKE Jc CO., 0m m VJ lSj! lefip - mMtr.l a- SM tut Ont.l an-l Silver nullion and Ore of -rrrr ai d aavl. All auy puamnteea. urrici id ;.u ;,im, r turmerly occujhcJ by A. !: . 31. ." S. C. IiIILLEE & BR0. Areow prepurj to rtflv an.l firwanl nil C!' n-l ,jt.erehB'li.-r i.-icBfil to thir cur-Ht roOBalil rate. Mmf rtJe will I a e Ebreobrc l'ur tim ir month H .S.O..M1LL.EK Jt UKO. .mnesoott joh iq isrr. if PKKSCOTT. C. T. HEAD, rrpocott. o "E3 ZH3 WHOLESALE AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE, 1 PRESCOTT A7i D CAMP VERDE, A.T., Respectfully announce to the people of Northern Arizona that they uow have on hand, ami are constantly recciv:ng the ! LAMT. BEST SULKliTliD AND CHEAPEST STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE i KVEll OFFHIMCI) KUU or Silks, Galicoo.-", Dcl.ninci, Linens, Rep., Muslins rlmiuik, Kinpresse.", Giughatns, Jjiee, lioi Gentlemen : Business Suits, Ovcrsliirti?, Overconts. Dr Suiti. l'anw. Overalls, Fine Underwear, Hosiery, Hoots, Picks, Shovels, Sledge, Wheelbarrow?, titeel, Iron, For JF'iii'iiiei'S : Hows, Mowers, Pitch Forks, Hoes, Reapers, Axes, Rakes, Plow Steel, Haling Hope, lite. Planes, Paints, Hatchets, Hammers, Saws, INai't, Window For Wool Sack Twine, Tar, Wool Saoki, For TTotels, Stntion Keepers itnl Saloons : Red-room Set, Ale and Porter, Glassware, Whiskies, Parlor Sets, Table Furniture. Wiucs, Tobacco. Ohaira, Crockeiy, Brandies, Cigar?. For Everybody : Flour, C;rn Meal, Beans, Bacon, Hams, Lird, Canned Meats and Fruits, Dried Fruits, Syrup, Sugar, Tea, Coffee, Rice, Spices, Soap, Candles, Soda, Starch, Salt, Cream Tartar, Ye.i.-t Powders, Stoves, Carpets. Oil Cloths, Matting, Blankets, Mattress.-, Etc., Etc. LIBERAL PRICES, IN MERCHANDISE OR CURRENCY, yon Cold Dust, Gold and Silver Bullion, Wool, Hides. ANI THE MERCHANTABLE PRODUCTS OF THE COUNTRY. J5? Prices at tho Verde House the added. NEW GOODS!! NEW GOODS!! AT THE PIONEER STORE, BEDROCK PRICES JOHN G. CAMPBELL HAS .NOW RECEIVED THE I.AltOEST A.H JIOST COMI'I.ETE STOCK OF G E j N E R A L j FIE EVIvR MtOUGIlT TO THIS Men's, Youth's and Hoys' Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Slippers, Mens and Hoys Hat-. Shirts, Neckties and Gloves. Hosiery and Ilantlkoichiefs, Bar, Damask, Russia and Crash Toweling, Calicoes, Ginghams. Alpacas, Poplins, "Wool Plaids, Tweeds, Cassimerr-s and Denims. White, Colored and Opera Flannels, Ladies' and Misses' Shawls, Cuffs, Collars, Crochet. Embroidery Edging, Vallenciennes Lace, Nottingham Iuice, Black Silk Fringes, F.et., Etc., Etc., Etc BLANKETS VTN J3 IVTTXtKSSJilS, Cotton aud Rustic Blind?, Tapestry and Velvet Mats, Tapestry, Ingrain and 3-ply Carpets, Oil Cloths, Wall Paper ami Border, Box, Cylinder and Thermometer Chums, Rocking, Dining and Oflice Chairs, Children's Chairs, Bedroom Sets. Tahle and Pocket Cutlery, Fish Hooks and Lines, Picks, Shovels and Sledges, Hoes Rakes, "Wheelbarrows, Planes, Chisels, Axes, Iron and Lead Pipe, Couplings, Elbows. Chains, Suction, Force and Lifting Pinups, Cooking and Parlor Stoves, Fenders, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Sporting, Giant and Blasting Powder, Fuse, Caps, Drill Steel, Paint Brushes, Wool Sacks and Twine, Paints, Oils, Glass. Smalts, Bronze, Turpentine, White Lead, Gold Leaf, Crocker-, Glassware and Lamps, Traveling Bag. Satchels, Trunks, Bar Glasses, Bottles, Mirrors, Valises, Chundclicis, Etc., Etc. A FULL ASSORTMENT OK TI3V, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORK CONSTANTLY ON HANI) AND MADE TO ORDKR. Staple unci Fancy Groceries, Or THE NEWEST AND CHOICEST DESCRIPTIONS, COMritlSING Green, Black and English Breakfast Teas, Mocha, Java and Rio Coffee, Mackerel, Salmon Bellies, Dri -d Reef, Smoked Salmon, IJoneless Codfish, Buckwheat Flour, Canned Fruit, Cracked Wheat, Hominy, Oatmeal, Mushrooms, Chccac, Hams, Bacon, Alden Dried Fruits and Vegetables. Tobaceo nntl Cl?nrs, Vines, Liquors, Ali, Porter and Citlcr. Saddles. Ox Whips, Blacksnakes, Collars, Harness Soap and Eureka Dressing, Saddle Mats and Cloths. Whip Lashes. liows, roies. uiigey nnaits, units, Hobbles; Halters, Buckles, Snaps, Rings. Wagon Spokes, Felloes, Etc., Ml or which will be sold at Hedriick Prices, or ecli:uicd for Products of Hm Country. PRESCOTT MEAT MARKET, NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE PLAZA. W E AKE NOW rREPAKED TO FURNISH THE FEOl'LE OF PRESCOTT AND VICINITY WITH Bof, PorK, IVEXLttOia., Etc., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, AT FAIR, LIVING PRICES. C. T. 110GEUS & CO. Treecatt, Arizou, Huth 1677. YM. S. IIKAD. Ctnp Venle. 33 c53 O G RETAIL DEALERS IN SALK IN THIS .MAVvKKT. Lawns, Xansooks, l'oplin., Alpae;u, llosienv IMerinod, Dompjitia?, lvibbous, Gloves, Shawls SIkhm, Hat.-, Caps, eic. Ore Sacks, Hope, lilack Powder, Gimt Powder, (Jiant Powder Cape, Fuse, etc. H arrows, Scvthcs, Lie. iMoolirmiess : Units and Screws, "White Leiid, Wall Papci Paper Rorder, Shades, Oil anJ "urpentiue. - GroAvcrs r Sheep Shears, Sulphur. Sheep Dip, same as at Prescott. with additional freight BEDROCK PRICES! R C H A N 0,I S E .MAllIvKT, COMPK1SIXG Ladies' and Gents' Fmlcrwenr, Etc. the MISrKLLAXEOrS. S-AW 3VIILLS, ScC X. Z. WH.SON. A. . IUoKTL WILSON & HASKELL. Sash, Door & Blind Factory. IlMVinc no it cornptetml. ami la full operation, our NEW MACHINERY, We are premrl to furnlth. rhimj-rr than eer bviufv Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mohlinvrs. i utc. i:tc. etc Turning, Scroll-Sawing, Planing and Matching Dour to Order' Piiriiisliiiivr Material & Building A Sl'KCIALTY. All Orders Promptly Attondod to. OKIfCKuwl l'AiTORt On tk loner of CmIix Ltwl Alirev.&trfl. l'rereolt, Aitzuwu A T T B N T I O y 1 THE CLIPPER MILLS Have established a aetr L, XT I t 33 1 1 - Y AE O, On Uie West side of Ginnito Creek ' Corner iVIcCormicli X. GurIeySt.. 1 1ST PBESCOTT, t Whf re the j.riivrietir ill ulwuy liave on !jfcbt nil VliJ I of buiklinc lumt-er. j lluvirc jut xllel 1'lntiine aad ShiDRle JLachlsei. I am aoir reiaml ti luruUh Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Etc., AT THE LOWEST MVINO KATES. I The Mill, are itnnte,I elcht mile, mmth of I'revutt, In the finest txuly of Umber Id Ynvupl Connty, ami haTe LUMBEB 1 Iiml. .AlwoyM on trSlVirtleolrtr attention rlTfa to uJer feu CLEAN I.UMltKi:. ami bill, will lie fillel with tlMiiiou. JAS ti. WILEY. Preterit. Nov. 19. 1S75. NEW SAW IMHiL.. Two and one-half miles South of Prescott limine, cow Ccapleted, dad In Foil Operation, ay new Saw-Mil!, with ta laten iaprowi rMchhery, con sisting of SA7, SHINGLE MACHINE, and PLAINER, I ant prepared, fit the sbertett notice, to fill all orders for the following kinds of Lctnter, either at the Mill or at tny Lntnlcr Yard in Pres cott, namely: j MERCHANTABLE, C LEA IS, SURFACED AND RUSTIC LUMBER MATCHED FLOORING, Casings, Iiloiildings, Panelings A XI) S II I iN G L ES, OF Till: Fl.XLST QUALITY. la hrt. Evorvtbine !n my linn iJ'ou Ti-nn co.vsTnucriON FIRST-CLASS LDI1YGS. Terms Cash on Delivery. All nlra ent tiv umll, or thnmeh Ikv inrhiin1s o' i Pre i"ott, will rrcelve l rutci't attention OEO. W. CUKTKS. I IVfcott, May Si. PIONEER DRUG STORE PRESCorr, ARIZONA, nlway.on lmn.l anil fr .al Ayer", Jaj nr', nri , lliilt', lluiN nuil l'l ifr' Family Rrledicines, anil iu fiirt a full nMirtuBt uf nl'i 1 P A I C.Vi i hiChlbUitO: .... I ( now In the market, wurraateJ ul.ray frU an.! genuine j Fancy Toilet Articles, uoh a Snapp, IVrfumery. Coloenee. Satohetp. I.uolnn' (teuuine Extract. Maifnolln Watir, Klorila Water uuJ Lett Hay Earn. uuJ iho Urj:et pupply of nTeprx-e ry lTD r77"A'7?.?i USU W . W . u. . Ever kepi ttt Arimna rnaMinir me to pot up any elmr wterof I'lZESCKir-riON that may Im ut In frotiiT.ni or Country, ami I liie. hy tnrt atiention to my lml re... in tr'liieli I Il.tve been ensioM for tlio lat twenty. fi e vtM. to merit nml receive a i vty liberal i!ronni;e. Physicians' Prescriplious A1it.iv rarefiillvniKl nrenrntelr romr'iinleil. A Competent ami ouliffipp clerk ulimv. In nttemlanee. I.EO. I). KKND.U.I., rre.-ott, April 11. 18T7. l,roprlettr. WJl N.KKLLT. V. A.ftTEI'HK.Ni KELLY & STEPHENS, 1ST IB S AGENTS Auil Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Boots, Shoes, IIosieiy? Gi:. 7'N' L'XHElt WEAR, robacco. Cigars, Confectionery STATIONERY, Fancy Goods, Yankee Notions, Fised Ammunition. Guu3, Pistols, Cutlery, Buck Gloves, Figs, Datca, Nuts, Toys, and Watchcn. Musical Instruments, GJIRIDEIXr SEEDS, ETC. Cor. Moateiniaa anil Gorlcy Street. Protcott. A. T MERCHANT TASLOR, CHARXES NORTON. Orat.lte Street, first iloor emith cf IlatliawayV. Cleaning and Repairiug Neatly Done aud Carpets sewed and Fitted, l'repeott, Aritona, June IS, 1S77. Coyote Stock Ranch. Eiuhteen tnile from rresoott; liept of ransre anil water. Terra $i lr heail mr month. SUwk calliil for once a week at Frcjcott feeil yunl. THOMAS D. SAUNDKUS. lyoU kait: Tiroors doing wokk, Forty-Seven Italian Killed. fllWrrMlll flue rirritritfinn trnn. ! T!ms m tl. ..!,.. I,,. li.,w i. iinrwsiuiiy on Hie citizens o! bout hern Ar- iziMIM illirilll' liliit riwr unil ..n. ilm ! mnrh comment and uni.leasantness hrtwctn I " . , . I " Corre!M.ndence with Professor A. , mnod.ng ol ieer at Camp Bowie, gives us the Dlinildf .vho is mnr iu ,,JlriSt aml will re ; & ?I.1K !"S-'". '''"f o scouts from ; nuiIn then, lllltil ,fter tIle Worj(Vs EvpMj. 'Mot tut loeun pursuit ot the Warm Spring... . t0.o , . . , ... , ludiane, who nun, brought from Sow Mc" , t,0 in 18 i8 mI wIhi wishes to i Anzo J ico tv Agiuit Clum ome three months s:tu- ! w,a Iro,"1,,ut ! " " oxlnbitiou, in 'anil ho last week left their reservation I onW t,,"t the lMM,I,,e ot Euroi ami the i Have beer, overtaken by Hucker ami Milium ! f1 ot Jn wvll may we what we have er 3!rAlliterV raneli on the Uni.er CUn. i lru, ,nluve c"5,,Ul' to co,"t" :iml ' nml 47 of their number are positiveU Iknown ' Mr-,I),rre' prKs to forward to Pro! Du 1 to have been killed. j ruiiu all specimens of ore or other products ! the Civil and Military. It will he reniem-! Veh" the.,r2c,,u.M, sen,n,,i u? u,a" to I IhtiiI tht General Kautz rontemhid during j A- Derw' 41S A J street. ; last winter and jpriu; that these Indians ' " j were ciMiuniitin not of tho depredations j The Ateh-Hithop of San FrancUeo, de in .Southern Arizona and living nml reciv-! creed nod ordered the elerv under his protection from the Warm Snrinir's Agency in Nuw Mexico. Tho civil author- 1 III. .hi ii.. .1 .1..1: ., .i ? i , iim pinceil tlie ilenreuat:oiH ius those of In- ! dnttw livim, in Amnnn n.l tl. f .1.. great cry nlmail that the General was al lowing Indians in his Department to commit murder and crime and that w ithout an effort on hi part to uppre-; or stop it. Suhae ipieiit devflopmenu proved that the murders and theft were committed hy New Mexico Indians, over whom General "ivautz had no control. We say subsequent development proved this because the plunder was found in tli iMs.$es.Moii of these Indian and in every instance they were tracked into New Meico. Agent Clum, who wished to be- i come a Second 2saitoleon. recommended the removal of these In. Han to Arizona, and thn.ugh briery and tine promises, they were induced to come to the ijan Carlos "where they, after a residence of three or four monthf, became restless and left for the mountain an 1 probably plunder. They had 110 more taan left San Carlos before the de parture wa known to the .Military oflicer stiitioned on tlut Reservation and telegraph ed to Headquarters, and soldiers started in pursuit which has 'erminated mot satisfac-fori!-. It will now be seen by every unpre judiced mind, that by having an ollicerof the army, stationed on tin Indian Reservation at .-Mti t ar.o, who w in center and report prompt!, any outbreak of the red brethren who are'sjimoscil to liw there that ti. suppose I Commanding Geneni! can take time by the lorelH-k and great good result therefioni. The Indians were making for the Chiri eahun inoiintnins at last accounts with the troops in pursuit, they having arrived at Soldier's Farewell. Lieutenants Ruckcrand Hanna have done much hard and good service iu the southern portion of our Territory aud deserve great credit for the same. With a fair show we believe, General Ivaut?. will satisfy the whole people, even those of Pima county, that he is equal to the emergencies, let them be ever so great. OS3IAN TASIIA-ltOlt mKS. We have just received the following let- ter, which is iu itself explanatory: Cami Vkisdk, Sept. lSth, 1377. EtiiTon Mixku: A short time since I 1 saw au article in the Army and Navy Journal stating that Ostium I'asha, of the Turkish ai my, was Huzaiiic, a former .Mar shal of France. I know positively that suc h is not the fact. 0-mnn Pasha is an American of Scotch parentage, and was burn in Smitlitield, Mass.. in lto4. "We were schooliuntes and bosom friends for years, and still correspond with each other. 1 have 'etters now in mv possession written i by him from Constantinople, dated March U'th, Ibn. 11 ;s true history is as follows: At the age of sixteen, he arrived in San j Francisco with his father, and I lost truck , of him until lSo'2. He was then mining at ti .it ? -i . .i i rainu Hidings, cine inuc norm oi me Prairie ille on House, ami miles from Marys-: the Foster's Bar road. He was J next neanl of as a drummer with tne HIH- r J blister Walker at Nicaragua, and for his i t5cs y"d computation, have also been bravery was made Colonel of Infantry, and i carried oil by private parties. The steal was Walker's chief counsellor. " After i fr this yoar are estimated at about that celebrated llasco he turned his steps . l00,000,0u0. ! Southward, xnd he is next heanl of at Dali- j j lonega. Georgia, operating in the gold ! The most im'Hjrtant discovery vet made jinines and at the breaking out of the war j ,)UbHc, as the result of astronomical obser- I 1111 4 . y Mm 'i iv"-unii, in. wtiitiitriKJiii:! ia l,JIH i nei oi tne isi ueorgia vavairv, and scrv with distinction through the whole war. Tor several years after the close of the war he neglected to write, until 1S71, a sister, now residing on O'Farrell street. San Fntn- t.... i ..i i.: ....i i. i i rerv-oinleiice wu- reneueil He received his i title of "Osnian" from the Sultan for quel- li"tf n r'ot. singlo-hiinded, at the Ostnan j, -n - W,1(1 ft Crtmftjn (- the Sultan's body-guard: and since that time has received rapid promotion. This is the fact in a mil shell, and I can. when called upon, produce his lutteis signed 'O.-nian Pasha, or your old lriend Rob a photoin-aiih on which he Ihimsf and also wrjt(en ,4R jjurns Twos. Denny. i:iu: KEi.ir.io.v or Tin: Hindoos. The most ancient book known to tlie world is the "Vedas,' which embodies the religious principles of the ancient Hindoos of India. If the oldest religion is to have the preference, as many contend that it should, on account of its anthjuity, then this system should be considered the true one. The human soul, before being finally ab.-orbed in God, has to pass through a series of transmigrations aud journeys in different worlds and through the bodies of tunny dilfercut animals. Those who have not done well go to the Moon or Sun, and Mime return to the Earth and enter the i bodies of dog, worms and adders. There are intermediate places between here and ' the Sun and Moon where the souls ot those who were not very bad go and spend a sea son of probation. The purgatory of the Catholics was borrowed from this ancient religion. The Veda"; snvs: '-If a man hns done deeds thai load (o the dun lid goci to that world, if to the Creator he goes to tho world of the Creator." It teaches also that ani mats' souls go also to other worlds and en- Ijoy themselves there according to the de Igree of their intelligence, and passing j thence to other spheres they become purer j and more enlightened, j The Euytians borrowed this doctrine from j the Hindoos and incorporated it into their ; religion. They embalmed the bodies of their relatives because they believed the .-ou I did not leave the body until it was en tirely decomposed, hence the mummies we sne in iiiun'iiins, and thev wanted to keen j the Spirits in the bodies as long as possible j before starting on their perignnations through animals. ; The Romans burned their dead in order j to destroy tlie body at once and set the i oul at liberty to proceed on its way to a higher destiny. j The ancient Greeks also had an idea of the transmigration of souls, borrowed from the Hindoo! through the Egytians. Py thagoras taught his followers" not to oat Hesh nor to abuse an animal, because, said lie, it may contain the soul of your father or mother. The. Next WurM's Fair. A. Dwre, Secretary of the Cerro Colorado Mill nrt AlinJlwe Putn iim m v vrli. ti tlitit , " " i -vnzona. eniruMeu u nun lor mai mr- iMise. I'ariie Imvinj; specimens of milieu ! that they wish represented at Palis next .ve"r' ,M,TO .k ,lo.ne prominently, by la- . cuar. to un, ,imn lllllv, nil ,. first dav! - . . , . . , .. - . I ' mis moiiiii, ana in invoice i ne liuerccs-1 o . t. i i 1 ! M0" f &int Liuiluis who hy taithtul i prayer saved the faithful in Ascoh. Italy, mini oeuig crusneU by lalhng walls, when all the enemies of the Church in that place were killed by the effects of an earthquake. The object of this mass and invocation is to avert the happening of an earthquake in San Francisco during this year. If by this means they succeed in staving it off for this season, the Arch-Hihop proposes to take similar precaution annually, and thus pre-! vent any tarthcr trouble or apprehension ot trouble on the score of earthquakers DuiutiuEA in Hot Cotntk'es. In New Remedies, Dr. Talmy ; prescribes for the nr.w tVnm -ft on,, diarrhoea or hot coun grams of Inclose, or sugar of milk daily. He administers it in the simplest way the sugar, dissolved in a little water, or a a draught in the course of the day. An ex cellent mode of administration consists in putting the doe of milk to bo takeu into half a liter or two literi of milk, according to the habits and the digestive capacities of the patient. The treatment is spread over several mouths, diminishing the dose as nu trition becomes more considerable and eas-1 ier. According to M. Talons little work, ' Muu"sheI by (. ocros l'ans, the endemic , t diarrluea of hot climate is the result of a- functional lesion of the liver, which results it tin iliiitTmitwtn iitwl jtiti tin kitvy".T-k:c tkt of the glvco-enic. function of the liver. The siitftr'of milk may thus replace thtM "lucose whic" is wanting in the blood. Stiiaxoe Inkatcation. An old hen at Barnard's stables discovered a litter of young kittens the other day, immediately claimed them as her own, wouldn't listen to the expostulations of the mother cat, nor of the men about the stable, but insisted on hovering and chirking to the kitteus as if they were really the product of her own eggs, and she so continues to set and cluck, except when the men throw her out and shut the doors until the old cat has n chance to feed her babies. As soon as the doors are open anil she can get buck goes at old tabby and makes the fur lly until she regains jKiisession of the nest. Strange things are hapiHining in these latter days. Old gob blers set on egys and hatch young turkeys, old hens nurse young kitten, and what may we expect next; surely the world must be approaching its liual consumatiou. I'raiuli in 3IinmMit:i. The St. Paul Pioneer and Press has dis covered that a grand system of fraud has for many years been in operation in the pine forests of Minnesota. Investigations into the operations of one year which is admit ted to be a pretty good year for stealing lumtar show that between 7,000,000 and ;uiw,i)U" leet ot logs, have been cut on pub- "c '. " appropriated tor private uses 'l"C u.OUO conls of wood, and railroad vations of the planet Mars during its near approach to tne earth on the oth of this month, is the existence of two moons which ! revolve about it like the one which lHits 1 .... 41.. .1. ... - 1.. n.i . up me cm in ai uigiu. ineso are the small- Ost satellites vet discovered, nml tlm one '-' uenresi .wars is only about six thousand antes trom the planet and makes a complete revolution in seven hours and thirl y-cltrht minutes. Jim ICeene's Operations. New York, September Sth. The Indicator, u bear ing stock journal, says it is stated that Keeue is borrowing $1.1,000,01)0 upon the line of stock which be is carrying, and that his brokers stand in the gap of the loan; also, that tlm shrewd heavy speculators who bought with him, rather than buck against him. are seriously alarmed at the condition of the market, but are unable to unload. The public won't buy at present 'prices, and tho boldest bear is ai'raid to sell short. Commissioner ok Indian Affairs. New York. Sept, 7th. A Tribune's Washington special says: The new Commissioner of In dian Affairs will be appointed to-dav or to morrow. All are satisfied with Smith, but the President believes a chantre will be bene ficial. If Smith will consent to takeanothcr position equally important and agreeable, for which he is better fitted, the change will be made at once. Goi.n and Silver. The price of gold in New York closed on Saturday at lOJl-. This shows that the country is almost on a gold basis. The discount on silver coin in California has lately declined, the price for half dollars on Saturday in that city being four per cont below gold. Our delegate, Hiram S. Stevens, who bus been stopping in San Francisco during the summer months, lott on the 2!)th ult., for Washington, to be in attendance at the opening of the extra session of Congress which meets in October, at which time, we hope, Mr. Stevens will jeo to our wants in the lino of more ar.d better mail facilities. J. B. Crooks, for over two years foreman in the wagon and carjientcr shop at Fort Whipple, sold his furniture and tools at auc tion preparatory u a removal to his old home, San Francisco. Mr. Crooks was in the employ for many years, prior to his coming to Arizona, of the carriage manufac tory of Kimball, of that city, and is counted au excellent mechanic. Monday next will be the fast of Yom Kippur, or day of atonement. The Jewish feasts for this month are: The feast of Suc rotb, or Tabernacles: Saturday and Sunday '22nd and 23rd. Hoshnanah; 'Friday, 28th, Feast of Sheminee: Saturday, 2Uth,Feast of Simchas, or Tsrah, Suuday, ilOth. liKTTKK FKOM EHKKXi:i:G. EniTOit Miner: Ehrcnherg, like a great many other recei nig1 and shipping poiuts, is extremely dull only on steamer days. But even on steamer day the freight is'so quickly handled that the busy times are only of a short duration. The white popu lation is only about iifty in all, the balance being made up of .Mexicans and America's ouiij"the noble reil," consisting of the Molmves and the Chimehuevis. As long a.- these noble w arriors ami faithful squaws have been thrown among tho so-called cultivated and intelligent white, they have by no means acquired an over amount of moduli. Such i. the ooinion of the writer. oascu on uie style 01 uros. jjut vet, one 1 1 , . . ' must admit it looks like tin I must be a very comfortable attire for this hot country. I spoke of this ptacu as tairtg very dull, and rightly so, but there has Iweu two. things to happen in the last week to break" the monotony. The Iint being trouble be tween the Mohaves and Cliinitimsvis. each preparing for war; the latter sending their squaws and old men on the Arizona side of. thu Colorado, as the expected battle was to i take place ou the California side: but afters a lew hours ot excitement all ins restored to peace and quietness; so each family re-. turned to their respective campi, rejoicing at the peaceful and happy conclusion. ' Now, the second was not quite so great as the first, it only being the departure of one. of Japan's sons, who recently arrived here, en route to Yuma, ou a small raft, of his own invention. Putting his blankets and provisions in a box, he pushed otf lor the middle of the stream, went along all right for about three miles when, by some un- I now n cause, overwent the ratr, scnuing ' Pior "'"I'' .lankot'' aml grill-in the water. J NoV IlC thinks llC does ISOt UUtlt to "O lO Yuma. This trayelinir Jan was a few months ago chief of one of the culinary de-.! partments at Fort Whipple. Now for quite a change of subject. We would say that if the great S. P. R. It., in all their grand workings, would suml their freight that is consigned to the northorn towns, on the same day, or very soon after its arrival at Yuma, it would add a vast amount to proper management. McNeill's big team which left Prescott some three weeks ago, rxptvting to Isiid freight already here on its -u rival, has had to lay over all this time uudrr a hravy ex pense, as his freight has not vet come. I '. came with the same exuectatious. have . J0 1"i,re a am htru now :1 know" !I0W l01!? 1 WI!1 ,M! heTT' ' ind .who flic beat i was to have left on the 10th. but the weU . come or unwelcome uews came yesterday that she would leave ou the 15th. On the 10th, Howard, Lucas aud Brown'" left for Prescott with Government freight, j I am iaformed that the Colorado is aa low as it ever gets, and yet they must have "" had very heavy rains above, as the water is very muddy. " H. p. Ehrcnberir, Sept. 12th, 1S7T. Walkeu's Lake. For some years peo ple have had an idea that there was a body of water about tho base of San Francisco mountain, known as Walker's Lake, said to be surrounded by excellent grazing and ag ricultural lauds, "and many have looked fork ' without success. During the late heated term 31r. and Jlrs. btokes. who have a band of sheep dmn near the Agua Friu. coaelu- ". ded to go in the dircctiou 'of tlie saow, which was in sight on San Francisco mouu- i i acarco oi cooler weatner, anu on ' the way they fell in with an old "Mexican sheep herder who had beeu in the country thirty-two years ago with the Navnjocs. Mr. Stokes speaks good Sjwnish. and while in conversation with the old man learnetl where this lake is situated, in fact he point ed out the exact locality, which w i;a hy, and 31r. Stokes drove over to it. wsis at once struck with the beai' v and value of the place, ami made permanent camp, located the bind, cb:.raed the water, built a house and ws n towa on s;mmw . for supplies, nail:, c,c., and savs he has the best location for a nach tiat i,t. secn ju ArJZ0- There are oceans of feed, plenty of water, good soil and an excellent clmiate.;- New Ilnlnir Location. . We find the following new mines located . during the last few days by referring to tha records of Mines in the Recorder's office. Del Norte, in Humbug district, containing ' gold and silver, located by Ed Gobin. Silver Star, in Hnmbugdistrict, containing gold and silver, located by Richard Parks and Ed Gobin. Red Chief Lode, Peek district, quartz lode, -located by Geo. II. Fletcher. Red Rivur, in Rradshaw.containingsilvcr, located by Joseph T. Faulkuer and Geo. II. Fletcher. Grape Shot, in the same district, aa l b ' the same parties. Waco, in the Peck district, containing gold and silver, located by A. R Dickev, and the Florida, by the saint. llulgcr 3Iine. situate near Skull Vallcv. a j ledge containing gold has been located by r,. n. ran Key, J. u. J'arker and S.JJ. Dean. - Western Lode, iu Rig Rug. was discovered by 1). W. Morcy, and contains both gold . and silver. An Impost or. The people of Prescott will remcmbcrft., man who came here in July, representing himself as an old Soa Captain, culled hhu self Captain Tuttle, and proposed to lecture on his experience in killing whale- bear etc near the North pole He said h- had been East as a representative of the S tndwhich Islands at the Centennial, and made other representations as to his connt-ctioa with " institutions in that country which induced some of our charitably distJOM-d, citizen. to furnish him with money on which to travel to California. Others to whom he applied felt suspicious that he was a pretender, and wrote to those with whom he said he was intimate in Honolula. and received by hist mail an answer saying that he had been there, but was a fraud audwield none of the posi tions nor relations that he pretended to, and that more over they were continually re ceiving lettersfroinalloverthecouutrywhcri", he had made similar representations and received money on them. Californians be- ; ware of him. nil. a, ceiuciHucr v. .v special irom c.i.. Annn;. i'r......i ?:i' i i regular Mexican troops are in the steamer Vera Cruz t ibotit to embark to the mouth of Rio Grande, for service on the Rio Grande iron tier, to replace the local military. These troons will nrobablv beeommnnrliiriiv Clan. i . . nf.il OAn-ynlna TK 1 ,S . . . 1 . .IT.: ..." .. W.'JVVV ..IV V,.J.,..WJ, is to place a reliable military force on the . line of the Rio Grande, the local authorities being so independent of Federal control . and bitterly hostile to Ameriemis tht thv cannot be used by President D'mss ned his subalterns to enforce the terms of the ex- tradition treaty between the United State and Mexico. . , A postoflk-o has bm establislwd at Globe city, Pinal county, with J. .7. 15rnmg Vos burg as postmaator. " . . ;.