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- r 1 1 fe.-i. Hi 5F1 lit. . u& rvg SUNDAY. OCT. 8. 18S2 Territorial TickoL PORTER VS. CUET. The Porter boom continues to swell as the timo of the election approaches. The contrast botween the two can¬ didate! ii bo marked, that as they mako t- . . . .... I ine canvass the popular verdict ib IflrPelv in f Arnr nf .Truli-A Pnrtur fia tliA imDEIXGATKIXCONOKEsa more competent man. Mr. Oury is a DEFOREST PORTER, pleasant gentleman, bnt as n repre- Ecntative has proven himself a dead I failure. Judge Porter on the other I hand is a man of aOairs. He thoroughly understands the needs of OF MAMCOrA COUNT. rorSaprinttBient of l'sblie In.trnrtion. A. E. DAVIS. OK MOIIATK COUSTr. Legislative Ticket. B. Y. 1L C J, F. KXAPP. E. II. COOK. BirEESUTATITEA, BIVINS. J. H. FAWCE1T, BROWN. D. 8XYDEH, LEOPOLDO CAKRILLO. joixt couxcrucis. J. W, DAVia of l"inJ. County Ticket. Probata Juilc Slieiia ItaconUr.... ........... DUtrict Attorn?.- Trswtirer..... Public Acbniniitrator.. Sorrcjor.... Scprrucra J . -K. W. AKAU ....II. II. PAUL .C. K. DRAKE . . F. M. SMITH JIcC. ELLIOTT -H. UUEHJIAN 3. II. ALL1S J. H. TOOLE W. L. VAIL A. V. OTIS W. F. HCOTT ,W. A. ATlUNr-U.. the Territory, and in his work on the stump discusses them intelligently and , impresses the public with his capacity to make others think and understand as he does. That is what the Territory ! needs. It is a man of pleasing address ; and persuasive powers. Snch a man ! can work wonders in securing the j needed appropriations for our Territory i and cive us the rights at Washington that we Bhould have, Mr. Oury's speeches indicate barrenness of thought and resource, and show that he neither properly comprehends what ought to Jtutiroof tie c ( lor n.A. ahvissu.-i Precise Xo. L CHAS. II. MEIER ,. , ,, II. WAIUJ (.o-utables ' a nODKIGUEZ I J. N. MASON Srfui TraJtM. J. B. HOLT I V. W. GKhOJ JOINT COUNCILMAN FOE PIMA. Pima county has without a dissenting voice conceded the Joint Councilman givon by the new apportionment to this oonnty and Final to the latter county. The candidate for this position will un¬ doubtedly be the Hon. J. W. Davis, of Florence, n lawyer of ability and in tegrity. Mr. Davis selection will be fc&tisfactory to the people of Pima as well as Pinal, where the gentleman is well known and deservedly popular. The relations between Pinal and Pima counties are the most harmonious, and its members of the Legislature have al- AHENDE H0N0RABL2. Tho Oztizek has no prido of opinion which makes it disposed to persist in a misstatement. We havo no hesita¬ tion in retracting or correcting any statement we make, when we are satis¬ fied that it is erroneous, and wo are al¬ ways disposed to do an injured party full justice. We do not intentionally make misstnteuienlf, but occasionally wo will be misled. That was the case iu a recent article headed "Indian Agent Wheeler." We credited tho absconding agent to the church system of appoint¬ ing Indian agents. Ihq Citizen- for this statement owes and makes an humble apology to the church. The church, all know, has load enough to carry in the mutter of rascally Indian agents, and will be thankful to be relieved of tho onus of Wheeler. From tho bc3t information we can obtain, this somewhat conspicu ous man was appointed through politi cal influence, and no denomination of Christians can be held responsible for TELEGRAPH. PACIFIC COAST. him or hi shortcomings, be done for the lerntory and has no' There was a dispatch published to the idea as to how to proceed to accomplish effect that Agent Wheeler had returned anything. His term has been a blank to the agency and settled his accounts as far as accomplishing anything for j with the Government Ah far as we tho Territory at largo or any of his I can ascertain there if no truth iu this constituents personally, and there is report, though we wish there was. for nothing to indicate that ho has learned anything that will render him of service in the future. It is simply foolish to return such a man for a second term, ! continue a virtual vacancy and let the great interests of the Territory buffer in consequence. UTAH SOOTHERS. The Utah Southern, one of the feed¬ ers of the Union Pacific, is rapidly ap¬ proaching the line of northern Arizona, its alleged objective point being Pres- cott. The intention of the Union Pa¬ cific in extending tho Southern is to connect with northern Arizona and southern California, and for tho furth¬ er purpose of securing a port of entry at some point in southern California possibly at Wilmington and to secure a portion of tho trade to China and it is a melancholy spectacle to see a man, either in or out of official life, go to the bad. It is certain that ho is not at the agency, and has not been nearer to it than Casa Grande in some time. Whenever Mr. Wheeler turns up and disproves the serious charges which are nitdc against him, and which seem pos¬ itive, tho Citizen will be pleased to pub¬ lish the fact and do him justice. ways worked xa unison except at the Australia and Japan, which promise a last session. We wish to say that our people have no desire to dismember Pinal county and this concession of tho Joint Councilman, who will have to re¬ present our interests as well as those of Pinal, is an evidence of our good faith. Pinal county has suffered as much as any from the fraudulent census in Ya¬ vapai. Tne census in final no one olaims exceeds the actual population. and but for the frauds perpotrated they would be entitled to a fall councilman Pima county will do its best to see that Pinal has its due weight in the coming Legislature, by giving Mr. Davis a hearty support for the office of Joint Councilman, and insure his election. large increue in the near future. AN INTEBESTWQ LETXXR. Evidently Mr. Oury's fences in the northern part of the Territory are sadly out of order. The following letter emanating from the Democratic Com¬ mittee of Yavapai was picked up on our streets recently. It is quite interesiinj and will pay for perusal: Campaign of 18S2. ) Democratic Committee Koous, v Pbbscott, Arizona, Aug. 25, 18S2. ) Jt eie.vd uonr: i inclose you a cir¬ cular which will explain what we are doing here. When are f oa coming up? Lift me near from tou as soon as pos¬ sible. Abe committee Uiiuk one thousand dollars about as small an assessment as they can expect from von and if possible mora. The Republicans are working bard nnil nave b great ad vantage by reason of the Board of Supervisors being all Republicans and tho appointment of the registration officers being in its hands. Our part here is not as united nor as enthusiastic as it should be. Tho ticket is not the very strongest. You will hava to come up here and do considerable work. If you can make arrangement to come by eaver and lay over tbere and do Home talking to the Mexicans; there is a large vote there mostly Mexicans. There are some pin rnirardinc the election here tnu year that 1 don't want to commit to paper but will wait till vou come up. Let me know when to expoct you. You ought to make arrangements ho as to be in this county election day. Your friends down south are more numerous than hero and this is the Republican stronguold. lours truly. Mor.EIS GOLDWATEE. Cochise county, according to the reg¬ istration so far, will poll the heaviest vote of any county in the Territory. Tho reason of this is obvious. The po¬ litical excitement in that county has been intense for months. One paper there received as high as 81,000 for the various announcements of candidates before the conventions met. There was a strong desire on the part of the old ring to perpetuate itself and on tho part of tax payers und good citizens to have new doaL All these circumstances have combined to create an interest iu that county that does not exist any¬ where else in the Territory. In this county not near the full vote will be registered. But little interest is felt or expressed in politics. This paper did not publish a single announcement be¬ fore the conventions met, and tho Star only a few. Our people are too busy even to take that interest wbich every good citizen should take in political matters. As a rule Pima countv has been fortunate in her selection of of- rlcers, and we have no outraged commu¬ nity struggling to redress its grievences. The way for our people co continue the existing state of affairs is to take a live¬ ly interest in the choice of local officers and Fee that none bat good men are nominated and elected. Leopoldo Cai:rii.lo one of tho Re¬ publican nominees for tho assembly is one of our oldest and most highly re¬ spected citizens. Ho is a bagncious and successful business man and has the confidence of the public. His nom¬ ination was a due recognition of the loyal Mexican Republicans who are a numerous class and are true to their colors. Tho Republican party is the strong friend of equal rights without re¬ gard to race and our Mexican citizens appreciate that fact. Leopoldo Carrillo will be elected by a handsomo majority and will surely be elected. It is reported that Sam Purdy'a mis- sion at Tombstone is ended and he will again take up his residence at Yuma He took charge of the Epitaph with a great flourish of trumpets and now is crawling out the little end of tho horn. He was not able, however, to save the rotten and corrupt ring that sought to mnke that paper a means of perpetuat¬ ing itself. Special to the Cmzxx. Total Wreck. October 5. Last even¬ ing a large and enthusiastic gathering of citizens met in front of Danner's to listen to a speech delivered in his usual happy and eloquent manner by the Hon. J. Rjskrueo of Tucson. His remarks were brief but suggestive. Sav Fkancisco. Oct. 5. Fire at the tnrn nf J. It. Kollv & Co.. "o. 221 Mar ket street, last night, destroyed about SC000 worth of property. District En¬ gineer Ross and five firemen wero badly asnhvxiated bv the smoke, but were 1 rploricl. Another fireman met with a heavy fall and was severely injured. Lateb The loss by the fire is not much heavier than at first supposed. The loss by fire and water is now esti¬ mated nt $l,UUU. several oiner ure- mcn were injured by tho smoke. Special to the ClTIZEX. Fi.or.ESCE, Oct. C Judge Porter ar¬ rived litre to Jay and was enthusiastic- all v recoived. In the evening there wero bonfires and tho town was thor¬ oughly aroused. A large audience gathered at the court house ond filled the building to overflowing. Judge Por¬ ter discussed ably and fully all issues of the campaign; showing clearly the ne¬ cessity of our being represented by an active and energetic delegate. The speaker was frequently interrupted by immense applause. Porter's strength is increasing daily. The probabilities are that he will have a majority ia our coun¬ ty. The peoplo aru greatly dissatisfied with Oury's record. IL B. Goodwin followed with a few apt and sprightly remarks, after which in response to loud cries, J. W. Davis, candidate for Joint Councilman from Pima and Pinal counties made a short and stirring speech. Bpecul to the Cmzix Calabasas, Oct 6. The opening of the Hotel Santa Rita last nigut was a brilliant affair. About thirty couples were present and danced till two this morning. The banquet was superb. The town is quiet and trains now run to Kogalcs. Sas Francisco, Oct- 6. Tho Grand Lodge ot Good Templars have elected the following fficers for the ensuing year: Grand orthy Counselor, W. I). uould, of Los Angeles; Grand Worthy ice Uuard, Mrs. L. 1. Stevens, of ban Francisco: Grand Worthy Secretary. G. B. Katzuustem, of Sacrament6; Grand Worthy Treasurer, Dr. J. S. ilalsey, of Vallejo; G. b. J. W.. Mrs. M. E. Rich¬ ardson, of Murpbys; Trustees of Grand Lodge, Niles Searles, J S Ualsey, Rubt. Thompson. EASTERN. Col. J. H. Fawcett of Arivaca, one of I the Republican nominees for the assera ' bly is a prominent and successful min- , . . . Washisotos, Occooer C. The Post- ing man operat.ng ,n the southern por- offico Ue,mrtIueut is endeavoring to tion of the county. Tho development stop the practice of postmasters using to striving, ener- tbe money from the tales of stamps in their own business while reporting of the county is duo getic men like Col. Fawcett. The Col. possesses the requisites of a good legis lator und will be elected. SAILING UNDER FALSE COLORS. Delegate Oury is Bailing under false colors up in the northern part of the Territory. The Alta Arizona, published at Mineral Park, Mohave county, con¬ tains an account of his speech there in which be claims credit for obtaining the order for the survey of the San Carlos reservation and securing an appropria¬ tion of 3100,000 for public survoys. The order for the survey of the San Curios reservation was obtained by Governor Tritle, and Delegate Oury knew nothing about the order until it was issued. The appropriation for survey of public lands was only 310,000 instead of 3100,- 000 and is the regular amount appro¬ priated upon tho recommendation of tho Secretary of the Interior and the delegate had nothing to do with it In fact we seriously doubt if he knew any thing about it until after it was made. Mr. Oury made no pretensions of the kind while here. He knew better, but ho is evidently presuming on the ig¬ norance of the people of Mohave. Mr. Oury must be hard pushed, when he hai to claim credit for the work of others to secure his re-election. It is n hopeless case for him any way. It rarely occurs that a county has the opportunity to secure for its prose¬ cuting office an attorney of the experi¬ ence and the ability of Judge Smith. The Judge is the peer of any lawyer iu the Territory, has a large and important practice, and his acceptance ot tho nom¬ ination for District Attorney is an evi¬ dence of rare public spirit. The coun¬ ty cannot afford to miss the opportunity by electing an inexperienced lawyer. Judge Smith will bo an able and reli¬ able adviser of the county officers, and in his hands the laws will be duely en¬ forced against violators, and Pima coun¬ ty will then have its reputation for good order reestablished. With Paul for Sheriff, and Judge Smith for Dis¬ trict Attorney. Pima county will be a remarkably unhealthy place for crimi nals. The grand jury compliment Recorder Drake's manner of conducting tho office. C It Drake has the confidence of the peoplo and they want no rem inieconco'i of the Carpenter administra¬ tion of that office. All good citizens owe it to them- elves and the community to qualify and exercise tho right of franchise. TnE office of the Recorder of Pima county under the administration of C. H. Drake has been all that the citizens of this county could ask.The recordshave been faithfully kept, mid the opportun ities of the office have not been prosti tuted to blackmail. All who have had business with tho office have been courteously treated. There ia a marked contrast with the previous Democratic administration of that nff'ce. E.V. Aeau. Esq., the Bepablicau nominee for Judge of Probate, is devel opiag large strength in tbe canvass. He is a gentleman of acknowledged ability as a lawyer and reliability as a citizen. He has resided in Arizona for about six years and is universally repectod wherever known. Mr. Aram will make a competent officer and under his administration the rights ot all par¬ ties will be carefully guarded. B. F. Brvxss, Esq., whoso name heads the Republican Assembly ticket in this county, has done as much if not more than nny other man to develop tbe great mining interests of Pima county, Through his instrumentality thousands of dollars have been and are being ex pended in this county ic legitimate mining operations. He is a man of great energy and practical ability and J. McC. Elliot is one of the oldest and most highly respected citizens in tho Territory. He has undergone nil the privations, vicissitudes, fortunes and misfortunes of a pioneer prospector. He has always bten ready to help his fellow man and is the soul of honor The miners of the county will b3 glad of the opportunity to signify their regard for him by electing him to the office of Treasurer this fall. TnE administration seems to be hav¬ ing a bard time in New York. Its can- will make n serviceable representative. I didate for Governor, Secretary Folger, is opposed by the Tribune, Times and E. H. Cooe who is on tho Republican ticket for Councilman is one of the ablest men in the Territory. He is a well xnown and successful mining man and his election will be both n credit and a benefit to the interests of tbe county. Post, all Republican in their tendencies. Hepburn tbe nominee of the Republican convention for Congresaman-at-large declines to run. It seems to be a dark day for the administration. Hos. J. F. Kkafp, us speaker of the late Assembly and a member of that body from the county of Yuma, was ever the truo friend of Pima. This county now has the chanca to demonstrate the fact thnt her people are not ungrateful. The fact that a man is a good fellow is tho poorest kind of recommendation to elect a man to an important office- on. What is wanted is ability and integrity. Such the Republican party offers for every office. The Democracy of Pima conntyhave JiTDOixo from Morris Goldwaler's let¬ ter to Delegate Oury, the Democracy stamps on hand. Chicago, October 5. Mier Marcuse formerly a well known dealer in furs in this city committed suicide by shooting hims If in Lincoln Park this morning. Cause financial embarrasimeiit. Hu leaves a wife and duughter in Vienna, Austria, and relatives in Southern Cali¬ fornia. New York, Oct. 5. Colonel Bodine was elected captain ot the International Militaiy Rifle Team, to shoot in Eng¬ land iu 1883. Portsmouth, N.H. Oct., 5. James G. Blaine is at York beach and was very ill yesterdaj and day before. He was more comfortable last night. Washington, Oct. 5. Prof. Salden submitted District Attorney Corkuill a report of the chemical examination of tho poisoned bouquet given Guiteau by Mrs. Scovillo tbe day before tbe execu¬ tion. The report says a large bud half opened contained over five grains ot arsenic. Corkhill is trying to discover who poisoned the flowers. Jf found ho uill bo held to answer. AcausTt. Me., August 5. Blaine ar¬ rived last evening in special car in very comfortable condition. Pexsacola, Florida, Oct 5. Fifty dve new cases of yellow fever and threo deaths are repotted. BnowsviLLE, Texas, Oct, 5. Threo new cases, no deaths. Two at Fort Brown. At Point Isabel no new cases: The lithinst. is tiio last day of reins- 'be cases are convalescent. In Jlnta "Is heaven's name, do?" Delegate Oury G. H. Stevens. what more can 1 1 in his letter to "I have been unable to accomplish anything." Delegate Oury in his letter to G. II. Stevens. bAlLi.vo under false colors will n-t save Oury's political bark from ship¬ wreck. It is the duty of every Republican to register and vote. TnE mining outlook of the Territory is bright tration. Wkj the "Royal'' Is tin; Ilest The improved method br which it has been made possible to produce pure cream or tartar, bas bad an important bearing upon tbe manufacture of link¬ ing powder. By the process heretofore eeneraliy employed, it has been found impossible to removo all impurities. more particularly tho tartrate of lime, which remained to buch an extant ns to greatly impair the quality of tho cream oi tartar, and to interfere senouslv with the strength and wbolesomeness of the baking powders into which it en tered. In the now process, which iB owned by the Royal Baking Powder Company of New York, and exclusively employed in its extensive tartar works, the im¬ ported crude grapo ncid is so treated as to remove all vestigu of tartrate of lime or other impurities, giving a pro¬ duct belore ncKnown a chemically pure cream of tartar. By the employment of these superior facilities, tbe Royal Baking Powder Company has- made tho Royal Baking Powder, as chemists all certify, of tho highest possible drgreo of strength. absolutely pure moras no new cases; no deaths are re¬ ported. (Sacine, Wisconsin, Oct 5. Hon. Robert II. Baker a prominent politician and business man and a director in the Union Pacific R. It died this morning. XAsnviLLE, Tenn., Oct C This morn¬ ing at four o'clock and 30 minutes, Mr. E. E. Barnnrd. of this citv. dis¬ covered that the nucleus in Crul's comet had separated into threo unequal lragment8. lhe largest ib estimated at 15 thousand miles iu length and tho space between tbe fragments ot the nucleus is estimated at not less than two thousand miles. lesterday morning Mr. Barnard observed that the nucleus had assumed the form of a long strip not less thnt twenty-four thousand miles in length and three thousand in breadth. Wilkes oaree. Pa., October 5. At the fire yesterday at Stanton, Pa., tho airshaft was destroyed and the head house. Sixty men in the pits were saved in an exhausted condition. AiiQCsta, October 5. There was a falling off in the vote of both narties. There was considerable general apathy among the oolored people who were ex¬ pected to vote solidly for Gartrell. The majority for Stephens is 40,000. ter's reply. The letter from James proffers to surrecder through consider¬ ation for his wife ond children and a desire to relievo his name; thinks bis sufferings have already done penance for his actions. He denies the author¬ ship of any letters threatening assassi¬ nation in retaliation for the murder of Jesse. He asks for amnesty, if possible, and states that tho nnswerwill reach him through his wife, who at IndeDendence. Missouri. On re¬ ceipt of this letter Gov. Crittenden renlied that ho could make no definite promise, but would recommend James to present himself before me ixiuri where charges now re6t against him and answer them as best be¬ comes men. In accordance there with James aDntieared to the Governor to-day accompanied by Major J. W. Edwards, ot Sedalia, as counsel, and fnrmallr surrendered himself. He will arrive in Kansas Citr to-morrow and have a hearing at the Independence countv seat. St. Loins. Oct. C A special from Jefferson City sayB that when Frank James surrended to Governor Crittenden he handed him his pistols and stated that he (the Governor) was the only man, except himself, who had touched them for twenty vears. Frank is nt the McCarthy H use. In the evening many prominent citizens were there shaking hands with him. Sterlino, Ills- Oct a There nro re¬ ports to the effect that ice President 1 T " 1 1 1 . 1 .i.l.' n X&T1U AaVIS Will UU UJiIICA onJ " November to Mi3 Addie Burr, of ar rentown, N. C. Ciikten-n-e. Wvn.. Oct. C In the Dem ocratic Territorial Convention M. E. Post, the present Delegate, was reno¬ minated. Anmsto.v, Ala., Oct. C Ten days ago n burly negro, Jno. Brooks, brutally assaulted a little girl on the outskirts of tbe town. He was captured on the fourth and lodged in jail. A crowd took him out of the sheriff's hands and lynched him. Chicago. Ills.. Oct. 7. The forth;om ing report of the State Bureau of Labor will snow that Illinois is only second to Pennsylvania in production. The coal output has increased from six million tons in I860 to nine millions this year. Forty-six out of the hundred counties produce coal. Tbe aggregate value at tho mines has been nearly fourteen million Tatlobville, Ills., Oct. v. The pre¬ diction is made that Miss Emma Bond will not survive the night. Her death will cause tho instant re-arrest of Mont gomery, Pettes ond Clements who declare that they will use repeating rules before they will ngatnsuffer string¬ ing up by the mb. Sfrinofield, I1L, Oct 7. A terribl oxcitemeut exists in Creston county where three hundred armed men are searching for John Leigh who shot Jam- s Rigby. If found he will bo shot or hanged instantly. Leigh tbe father of the murderer who-promised John a thousand dollars to Kill Rigby has been committed to jail and his life is in danger from tho mob. WAsniNOTON, D. C, Oct 7. Wo un derstand that Internal Revenue Com misioner Raum will speedily retire from his office whether he is successful iu his ambition to succeed Senator Da vis or not. It is known that Folger has for some time desired the removal of Ilium, as the Commissioner and the Secretary have had serious disagree¬ ments. Folger has objected to ltium s prolonged absence, and assert-d that H.iuni resigned his office at the request of Garuehf, and that be subsequently asked that his resignation be withdrwu. This, however, was not permitted, as it is alleged that ltaum has been holding office until his resignation accepted. Such, at least, is the version that has been given of the coinmis doner's office. It is believed here that ho does not expect to resume its duties, nt least lor an length of time. Vixcexxes, Indiana, Oct 7. Joseph Fry, an aged miser has closed his career of money getting, borne years ago the iioard ot ilealtb required him to pro- euro a new suit of clothes. Iuside his shirt there was yesterday found stinking moss of greenbacks amount¬ ing to $4,200. His chief avocation ha been collecting cigar stumps and he died froru attempting to live on green apples. His will gives S250 to the Catholic church and the remainder to n sister in Germany. FOREIGN. Alexandria, Oct. 5. While tho arri¬ val of the Khedive nt Cairo was being t 1 .. t !. 1 . 1. Copts ami threatened to kill nil the Christians in town. Tho military quell¬ ed me not. The Haqpe, Oct. 5. Tlie cholera is epidemic in Borneo and Sumatra. Paris, Oct, 5. Figaro publishes a re¬ port mat me ropn while walking in the garden ot his Vatican was fired at bv a soldier but not hit. The report is not conurmed. Kinostox, West Jamaica. Oct. 5. Webt Gate, alias O'Brien, who contested having stabbed Lord Cavendish, is not to be Bent to England after all. The authorities are instructed to do with him as they deem best Paris, Oct. o. Several cases of Asiat¬ ic choleTa aro reported nt Modane, on the I'rench bide ot the Mount Cenis tunnel. The Suez canal is to bo im¬ proved And enlarged. London, Oct 5. Chas. Wahab, who recently made an exploration of Hur- mah, starting at China, is dead. and wholesome, and with an always uniform leavenine dow- Washi.voton. October 6. Secretary er. It is lor these reasons thnt the I ieller lias rendered a decision respecting no. ai never iaiit to nroouee bread. I me rigui oi mill-owners anu residentn bicuit, cakes, etc- that aro light, sweet- upon mineral lands of the United iligestable. ana wholesome, tho eatinir I States to cut wood and timber from of which is never followed bv indirrs-1 such lands within the lines of minim. ti"n, or any of those physical discom-1 claims regularly located and possessed ions attendant upon tbe partakicc ot nader local laws and customs, and Inws improperly prepared food. In render- of tho United States governing tho tng possible the production of a bakini? I locating of such claims. Tho Secretnrv powder possessed of these qualities, I holds that locators of mining claims, mo long ns they comply with tho law governing their possession, are invested by congress with the exclusive right to tee possession, and eniovment of all the surface included within tho lines of their locations. This right amounts to property, and is capable of beimr eDjoyed or transferred, subject to all ordinary rules governing the enjoy meni oi an omer property, it mar consequently, be protected in the uonrts, and it is the duty of the pos¬ sessor to care for bis own if a trespass bo nttemnted br stranrrers. Tho Government having armed the locator with a complete grant of possession, he the improved method of refining cream of tartar becomes at once a matter or material importance to the culinary worm. Colombia Copper Compnnv. Tho Columbia Copper Compnnv made its first shipment of copper bullion since they commenced running their smelter regularly. The shipment consisted of IU ban coutniums about 25.000 Donmls of copper 90 fine. The smelter is now turning out over four tons of bullion per dBy. Tho stockholders hare nnrchaited large number of adjacent properties I alone is concerned for its protection. that are developing handsomely. They and may undoubtedly maintain a suit have organized two other companies, to that end; bnt he can no longer, after me Columbia o.'Jnnd o. . The ores availing himself of tho executive nirht. of these different mines make the whole I ask tho Government to brine action for a fine smeltiui nroDOsition without the I what is no trennnftR. nvront ncninst miMi . M:i:., , n ,tt I i , ... . ituuitmu ui huv uurrt-u nui. e pre-1 luumuuiu neni or Dossef.sion. nominated a precocious youth fori ' Northern Arizona is slightly demor- District Attorney, who beasts as a quali-1 a''zed. fication that he violated the law of the Und and voted when teen years of age- he was only eigh- violatoes of the law win oppose Sheriff Paul's re-election. They know they stand a small chaace to escape as long as he looks after the peace and afety of the county. The Democratic nominee for Recor¬ der was too intimately connected with the Carpenter regime in that effice to make a very strong run. HERirr iACx, is too valuable an officer for Pima county to lose. His ad ministration of the office is a record of which the county as well as himself have TnE people of Pima county are not I every reason to feel proud. likely to change an officer like Sheriff Paul who has great experience and hat been a tned and successful peace officer for years for a wholely inexpe¬ rienced man simply because the lat- . iti.i leruagooopeuow. Rcoistek. Sheriff Paul's motto is: "Let no guilty man escape." The population of the county jail indicates that ha lives up to his motto. lict that this end of the Santa Rita mountains will become the great cop¬ per producing region of the Territory, Mutual Benevolent Society, A meeting was held Thursday by our Mexican citizens nt the residence of Antonio Soto, for the purposo of organ¬ izing a Mutual Benevolent Society. Some of our prominent Mexican citi¬ zens were present nnd the organization was a success. After some remarks by Mr. Antonio Soto and others, the following officers were elected: Mr. Pe¬ dro aldillo. President; Mr. J. T. Made- ro. Secretary, and Mr. Antonio Soto, Treasurer. Committee on Constitution, -ur. rerreol .MaraviIIa, Fedro Burruel and lgnacio Varela. After a few re¬ marks by ilr. Leopoldo Cornllo, ex¬ plaining the benefits of such an orimn- ization, the meeting adjourned until Monday, October 9th, at 8 o'clock p. m. Bbowxbville. October C Kin new cases bere; six new cases in Matamoras. -o deaths reported. Daily death rata in Mier n eicht to twelvp. Thn weather is hot. l IMUrOLL uernher fi I horo nr fifty-five new cases; lour deaths. There is no Improvement and no encourage¬ ment to physicians. CniCAOO. October G. Gooru 5vviTil! has filed a petition in the County Court easing mat .Mrs. Scovillo be adjudged insane and confined in the asylum. LlxcoLX. Xeb- Oct a The woman a suffrage Campaign has hern nnpnnl in dead earnest The Board of Trade of this city tendered the free use of their rooms to tbe State fWroUri- nf thA Campaign Committee over the head¬ quarters until the election in November. Speakers will stump the entire State and immense efforts will be made to secure the adoption of the amendment IVC1U fT- - "XT. Z I T T" lhe average hotel wmter ii a nerfl I fMv nvio! Im. . lot... r- u prodigy at cards no tnluj a..ntinff .T,m.. n.i i ,A -, -.. - with his tray. dated st ri. om. i- .a ,. t. - - wwtwwt !Ok aAAl fcUC tat Odd W.diHng-lnN. "There is no jewelry about which women always show so much interest as tbe bethrotbal and wedding rings," replied a jeweler to a reporter's ques¬ tion. "The first has altersd noticeably in shape and betting. A pure white diamond, the only suitable gem, is un¬ der-set in short claws so that tho stone hides the Betting completely. Polished gold is preferred to Roman gold. The shank is oval and tapers from the -rem. Thero is neither enamel nor engraving on its surface, and inscriptions aro cut inside as tho purchaser may order. It is but an old fashion revived, and one which win be liked. In the last thirty years wedding-rings have changed twice in styles, from th narrow, double circlet, to the polished oval, and lastly the plain, wide, flat band, which i now also preferable in polished gold. A fourth stjle, nnd one eminently in harmony with the present temper of romantic sentiment, might wen rovivo the ornament which decor¬ ated a ring diheovered long ago in Egyptian ruins. It represented two cats sitting back to back, and between tbe goddess of love, who smiles sweetly on vacancy, whilo they glare around at each other in genuino Kilkenny fash "Would yon make it to orderr" "Certainly!" "I will bear that in mind. But mean time, can yon tell mo who invented the nnger-nng. "It's older than history. Tho ancients account for its origin by ascribing to Jupiter n sharp practice, which would be no credit to even a shyster. They my that, prompted by revenge, he had rometbeus chained to tne frosty Caucasus, where a vulture banqueted me nveionc dav on the cantive s liver. Jnpiter eventually relented, nnd to avoid breaking his oath commanded his enemy when freed to wear per¬ petually on his finger an iron ring, to which was fastened a small piece of -Mount Caucasus, so that, in effect In remained bound to tbe rock. I don't take much stock in that story. The ancients were some of them scaly fel¬ lows." TAH0E IS V f URilOIL. REPUBLICAS CLUB. home S6Dnd Talk from a Sonlarc. The Republican club met in the Ma¬ sonic banquet hall Friday evening. Col, Zabriskie, president, with a few well timed remarks, called the club to order and stated the object of the meeting. Judge F. M. Smith, chairman of the executive committee, made a verbal re¬ port und stated that the committee had t-ecured rooms underncaththe hall for the use of tho club and had also secured the use of the hall for their regular weekly meeting, which as usual, will be on every Friday evening, and further that the services of the Tucson brass band had been engaged to be in attend- once with ilusic nt any required time. He also stated that at the time he ac¬ cepted the chairmanship ot the com¬ mittee he did not then expect to be a candidate for any office, but as he markable spectacle. bad since become one ot tbe nominees Tbe day was windy and the lake he deemed it unwise to retain the chair-1 rather rough, but a number of persons manship of the committee, and ten-1 stopping at the hotel our Comstockcrs dered his resignationwhich, under the among the number - concluded to go to circumstances, was accepted, and Judge i the long wooden end of the er nnd try A I'lork or Vtafrrtpont ami Ureal VTate I'areerlnuvtcrlnr LnLr. Vinruim , aterpriie. Although Lake Tahoe is not a very large body of wt r, yet at times it "boileth like a -x.t." Tremendous gusts of wind run i down the surrounding gorges from the summit of tbe Siernt evada Mountains roost unexpectedly, nnd those who navigtiio the waters of the lake in sailliOMtsmust at all times even iu what weni the beet of weather keep n brk-i t lookout for squalls and be ready to let go tint main sheet- At this season the lake is very danger¬ ous for small craft, and tbere are fre¬ quently times when the steamers do not venture out. A few days ago. at the time wbeu the recent general snow and rain storm wns brewtu, some gentle¬ men of the Corastock, who were at Ta¬ hoe Citv, witues-ied a grand nnd re- Osbora was elected to fill tbo vacancy. Judge Robinsou was expected to ad¬ dress the meeting but unfortunately throngh a misunderstanding, he was not present. The club then by unani¬ mous vote, extended him through Judge Smith, an invitation to address them on Friday evening next. Hon. J. M. Kirk- Patrick was also invited to address them at the same time. Judge Smith being called upon for u speech, thanked the Republican party for the use ot his name. It had come to him unsolicited, und as the unani¬ mous action of the Republican delegates. Tho Democratic party in accordance with its principles, alone objected, but that surprised no one as it had been an objection for the last 27 years. They objected to the war, they objected to tho draft, they objected to the furnishing of supplies, they objected to peace, they objected to railroads and every import¬ ant measure that had como before the county for tho time stated, and that they objected to him under thn hue und cry of "railroad man" was natural and to be expected. For himself he rejoiced in the fact that we have railroads reach¬ ing to the East and the West and ex¬ tending to tho remote corners ot the earth. He rejoiced that through them commerce was extended, revenues realized, countries opened, resources developed, homes made, towns mid cities built. He was an employe ot the railroad, but they paid him no stated salary. His relations to them were ns any other citizen. They em¬ ployed him to-day and some one eNe to-morrow, and to their credit he would say that they had never attempted to control his conscience. If elected he would do his duty and in doing so would know no fiiend. His first duty would be to the county ot Pima and he would see that those duties were performed, not only with vigor but with rigor. On the railroad question he in¬ tended tn be h"ird in thiscempaign. Mr. W. C. .ivit being called upon said there v, a many strangers who did not know tue polities of this city nnd for their information be gave the fol¬ lowing figures taken from tho official records of the last election: C. 1. E tchell, Republican candidatefor Treas¬ urer, received 481 votes to his opponent It ri. Lieatherwood s 4.J; U. It. JJrake, Republican nominee for Reorder; re¬ ceived 561 votes to his opponent S. Carpenters JiJ; 1'. 15. uifford. tteinib- lican candidate for the Legislature, re ceived 553 votes to his opponent M. G Samaniego's 484. The latter recoived the heaviest voto on the Democratic ticket and he was CO votes behind his competitor. There is, Mr. Davis said every possible reason for believing that the city is more largely Republican now than it was at tbat time. J he remark of Judge Smith and Mr. Davis were re¬ peatedly applauded. Uol. Zabrukie stated that John Liogan. of Illinois, was expected to arnve Aucson some time during the coming week and believed that be should l- tendered a public leceptiou. lie would, at all events, meet him, and, it possible, induce bim to remain over and make i-peecb. and in that case a special meet ing of the club would b called, for Democrats as well as Itepnblicans were anxious t-j bear him. ibecliibtben ad jourued to meet again next Friday oven ing The following curious observations o sound have, it is stated, been carefully venhed by an extended series or expe riments: The whistle ot a locomotive is heard 3.300 yards: the noise ot h rail road train, 2,800 yard; the report of n ruiiikrt and the bark ot a dog, 1,800 ynrds; on orchestra or the roll of drum, 1,000. Tbe human voice reaches a distance of 1,000 feet; the croaking frogs, 900; tho chirping of chickens, SOO. Distinct speaking is heard in the air from below up to GOO yards: from above it is only understood to a range ot 100 yards downward. It ha been ascer tamed tbat an echo in well reflected from the surface of smooth water onlv when the voice comes from an elevation. Other similar phenomeua connected with tho transmission of sound have been observed, but tho results disagree. either from inaccuracy in the observa¬ tions or from the vnrvitig nature of the circumstances affecting tbe numbers obtained. Such variations occur to an extent of 10 to 20 per cent., and even mjre. The weather being cold and dry, or warm and wet, are the chief in fluencing causes. Iu tho first case tbe xonnd goes to a greater and in the sec¬ ond to a lesser distance. The Denver Republican, of Oct. 4th. says that General George Crook, who is now in Arizona, relieves himself of the loiiowmg chunk of wisdom on tbe In dinn question: "The Indian question in the United States will bo settled when every Indian has a piece of land which he can hold as a homesterul, nnd can cultivate the same as the white man." It is all right in theory to have the noble red man cultivating land, raisinzr cabbage and potatoes like other people. out me experienced tbe past goes to show that the noble family of Lo would rather roam than raise the necessaries of life. A little child was crushed to death in the Crowd ilrnp a circus tent in Yonngstown. Ohio, on the 23d of Sep¬ tember, in the pretence of its father and mother who were frantic in their an. availing efforts to save it. cadet WnittaKer. who bad bis ears lit or slit them himself, and succeeded in mating quite n sensation thereby and arousing much sympathy, which subsequent investigation shows was not altogether deserved, having no further occupation as a soldier, has turned up in South Carolina as a politician, and wants to run for Con- ress upon tbe Bourbon ticket against Mackey in the black district on the Re- ublican side. Uadet Wbittaker espousal of tbe Red-Shirt cause probably rew out ot a reeling ot revenge for his dismissal from West Point, as well as the feeling that his sore ears deserve tho indemnity of an office. Prior to tbe ppmg of bis ears. Cadet Whittaker was a Kepublican. It is now evident that tho Bourbons think their new apostle will make votes nnd draw off the blacks by exhibiting his scars as j proofs ot Republican ingratidude. They do not stop to think, however, that tbo blacks of South Carolina who have suffered for years from Democratic bulldozing and from tho whips and shotguns oi tne iMJ-bhirts will not be moved much by tho lopped ears of (jadet nittacer. lie may earn his price for tho dirty work set him by the Uonrbons, bnt he will not deliver any votes to tbem. their luck nt ti-thing. They had not been long at the end of tbe pier before their attention wa attracted by a great roaring. Looking across thelake in tbe direction of Glenbrook.they sswa regu¬ lar cyclone approaching. Before the hurricane came a long, unbroken wave, at least fifteen feet iu height. Knowing that this would sweep the whole line of the pier, all present beat a hasty retreat to the sho-e. When at a safe distance tbe party turned to gaze upon tbe incoming wall of water. While thus employed they were startled by n tremendous roaring to the northward, ard a moment after a ryclone 'rom tbat direction struck tbo lake. This sent be¬ fore it n huge wave which had soon at¬ tained the height of that coming from tbe southward. In a few minutes th-two waves enme together. When they struck a column of water nnd pra was sent into the nir to the height ot at least 100 feet The collision of the two waves was fol¬ lowed by n report that bounded like a heavy clap of thunder. A moment after this grand shock of the waters five or six wate1 spouts made their appearance, all within an urea of three or four mile, au.l carried great columns of water and spray to the height of several hundreds of feet. These cir¬ cled to and fro over the hike for some ten or fifteen minute-, and then ouo af¬ ter the other subsided, and for a time thereafter there was almost a dead calm. Watersjionts are very frequently seen on the lake at tbix season. Thin is owing to the peculiar situation of the lake, under the crest nf the main ridge ot the Sierra Nevada range of mountains. When a fierce gale from the west crosses the ridge it plunges down the great canyons, and thus are brought to bear on the lake conflicting currents of air. When a hurricane is blowing from the west immense voluntas of air appear tn be dammed up and eompri'ssod behind th ridge of the bVrni-, which at times escape and come over and down the gorges in tremendous puffs. No navi¬ gator ot the ocean sws half as iuhuv wnterspouU iu a throe joar' voyage as nre seen by persons residing at Lake Talioe in a single wimw. A flinJoo lloat Hace. At lust there is a hush nnd every eye is turned up the river. The boLts turn and como drifting down; there is a minutoof backing and fussing abont to ret them straicht and thr bows level, and then with a loud shout, they are off by mutual consent, A roar comes from the crowd all the way down tho banks to tho grand stand, and then swings back again like a wave on the flat sea sund. Served by thiir magnificent boat and their younger strength, the Mj an-oung crew jump off with the lead and continue to draw away until half way down tho course, where they are clear and have a bit of daylight to spare. Tbe. backers of the Peacock lire wild with triumph, but the Tohn-Kw:i party ure perfectly composed and declare that things o-mld uoto better. A quarter of a mile from home old KoU Kyahgyee lets out a ytll and, thougu there is no apparent quickening ot tbe strode, the gap, which ;or the last few hundred yards has remained unaltered, suddenly disappears. The I hree t air r lowers creeps stea illy up the Peacock s thwart. Oung Zi.hu, the Mayan-ouug bow, sees the unemy's boat tor the first time since tho start and a few seconds later tlo nose of the Three Fair Flowers sLows in front. Incoherent shouts of despair, encourngment and delight burnt from every tnroat. Old women tear down their scanty hair and work wita their arms as it they themselves were in the race. Girls rush to the water's edge heedless ot the mud and splashing that will ruin their silken skirts forever; young nwn and boys rush up to their necks in water t.nd yell with frenzied eagerness, for it is only a few lengths to the winning post, ami Thoan-Kwa leads by a foot. Old Oo Ohn can stand it no longer; for tho last minute he has been blinking all over an if he wero in n palsy, and his tongue and throat are as parched us if they were choked with lime, lie rushes forward with his hands in tho air and shrieks "iou kya iu a key that cuts through tho dm like a steam whistle. "Iou kya! the cry is taken up; "You kya oahtha! every mother's son of you; tho Peacock! the Flower! sway lay lay! row for your lives; row tor yournnvanquishedDamer The two boys fling their paddles from them and rise for the struggle; the wink ot an eye too soon and ho will miss his grasp; tbe flick of a linger too late and there will be nothing to seize. A great hush falls on tbo vast crowd ii;t if all wero stricken dead and then both men disappear m the water, clutching ap pareutly simultaneously nt the rattan. An agonizing five seconds, and then Uung Zhuii comes to the hurfaci- bran¬ dishing the rattan on high; the Thobn Kwn bow felt the scratch of it on his palm as it disappeared through tbe tube. The scene that follows is beyocd des¬ cription. Tho victorious crew sprint: up to dance, but the elief is inadequate and they can only escapo frenzy by plunging into the uver. Oo Ohn tucks his waiot-cloth and dances round in mad delight tilt his stiff old legs will bear him no longer. Pompous old fellows caper and plunge and shout. Younger men can only relievo their feelings bj plunging themselves down nnd rolling about wildly in tho mad. Girls '-ho at ordinary times would liardlv dare to C0K0.YATI0X 01' A Cll '!:.. ris their eyes to look ubout thero A 1'eM.Tiptkm or the Summer Com- j d",,ee -V-'1 ah"lt ln. et?y, nd their ... married guardians join in the rout, while . I"-""" ! the linis from the villages ronnd about Aiie omer nignt (unserves Jlary Jane, j strike tip, and the professional dancers springs-, i overjeara a real pretty , victors are fain to kot on as th ir in tended audience go through unpremed¬ itated Ugures. overje.ird a real pretty piece ot love's labor won, aud it made my heart beat faster and brought back memories of tbo past. It happened down on the dark ei,d of the piazza, next o my open window: "Who do you lve?" said he ungram¬ matically. "Papa," said abe innocently, with a coo. "Who olsef aid he. ".M-uiuia," said sm. "Who nlwr "Brother." "Who oWr "Sister." "Who elsr "Uncle." "Who elser "Aunt." "Who else?' "Oo" aud then I heard a whalebone snap and ti p eul-. ir gluggitv, glug, sound that didn t need a ilictioLarv for translation. Ah, hive's young dream, go on, go on; there will bo an awaken¬ ing somo luomiug at three o'clock in the future when a bottle of paregoric nnd a plnutive wail will recall tbe hours that have been, but are uo more. Over in the park I b ard t-i another case. One can hear of these generally and promiscuously at Uieee places it she will only try not to. They are sitting on a log near tbe Roek Snrini at their devotions. "And you love mef he said. "Can you ask it?" she answered. "I like you to say tbe sweet words over aud ver again, he gurgled. Theu I do love you and love you. she twittered. "And 1 must leave yem to-morrow." "Don't say it, dear heart, don't say it" "And what will my darling do when I am far away ? What will she do in this lonely evening hours without me?' Ahem, said an old ltacht lur, getting up from the end of the lo and startini: off for tho hotel. "I'll tell von what she'll do these hmely evening hours without yiu;. she'll lie sitting right out hero on tliu same log with another mash, making an big a fool of it as you nre. 1'heu he went out into tbe darkness and camo and told me what I havo written, and the two voung hearts will read ot it in these lines. There is lots of lovemnkiui: at all Summer resorts, ami I have found it prevalent nt more places than at Grav- son. It is usually a harmless species tf lasiime, a nu as it only continues dur¬ ing the season, nnd is killed off bv the frost, a very practical friend of mine calls it the Summer complaint. Stoek Notes. In tbe United Stites thero tro'19,- iWU head of cattle. The six-shooter was conspicuous b its absence in the Kansas roundups. J. D. Ford, of the Panhandle, has sold his herd of cattle to Muj. 1 owers for SIOO.OOO Ford is a Scotchman who. nine years ago, located bis ranca and began his cattle business with but 51,700. Manager Earl Spencer, of the Cattle Ranch & Land company, has added 0,000 Texas mixed cattle to his herd iu the Panhandle. It is said tbat a party of Chicniro cap italists are arranging to ship refrigera¬ tor beef from lexus to -New lork. Thej- have a capital or So.UUU.WU. Upwards of 45(1 or 500 oar loads of IIilW il I- I'otl-lllr Ierrrn..., nrilir Kremlin and lu ath,-l,aU The telegraph annouuLv., th , the recent visit of tbe Czar ,i,s',', to Moscow the coronatiut performed iu the Kreirni.,, . ' case a public corouation s': future period be dremj i, - private ceremony will - valid. The Jourual Ur 1-:-. scribe a public euronatun. The Kremlin, with its , v white btobe, with Ui'tiea. ut- in the form of Tartar arr.. eighteen green towers, hlu gates, is quite a town in it- ,: iug three eatbeiruUi, s,-r:, " monastery, a unutu-n i.,, t. -', al palaces. Let us iik'... , - three most venerable' - ,', ' cathedrals of the Assiiuiij:. nnnciation and the Aret:.it v . ' Michael, grouped in a su;.-;, , a sheaf with golden ears, "u , ' iron railing that shows u;,.. walls its great black net-.'.r Tho Assumption is th,- i .-. Rbeims, the estmint-r Am- sift. TT.m tht Pmi ..... ' -.hiio; , , f und here is preserved tl.e ,.i,.-u of the Czars in carved Wisul, the throne ot Wladinur.?.;,,'. ' The pillars, arenes an.i w..,', church, which was built frnai T, . to end by Italian arrbit. .. f, ornamented by large lii . ages of lon;.beardrd su,." heads are shown upon a ,.. , ' gold. These holy. p,-rs ., " purple garments 'look ' . of Asiatie potentates. siU-m a.' . The ico'losiasiwc.f tur A.s.-.t- a dazzling wait of r. display of gold, of ,r.-, K-u.- t. peans ana diamonds. i.,t- , ful wall are suspendt-d mr , , , ages of great antiqarj u dark eyes and brown skins tti,.f to grand dukes and wer i.- i Novgorod. Pskof, Kiew, .,:. ( " . nople. Their halos art- with precioTki stones th..t tu. stars and shin like r-d sj ,rK. meir garments and d.n-u..ti, topazes, sapphires, eui.-r.il., hies display marvelous ,n that interlace each otl.tr !,.. of flowers. The mirm-th the Virgin of Waldimir tiu.f . piety attributes to St I.ak-. . diamond necklace value! ..: roubles. Emeralds uUro-...i," set in tbe massive guide u ( ... lrgiu. Close to the inc.n-ta'is , covers tlie chair o( tbe P.irri ir. . . front ot it a velvet tent marw-; ., of the Emperor. Lamps,., ,,. vermilion with ttickerim: lur..:- great wax caudles with tiinr s: ,. . soft jets, are not sumoiri.t : .. the obscurity that ifci- :y ,:. sombre vaults of tbe old citur,.:,,, Tbe ceremonies uf the . . - take place in this church Kit:, . and splendor that are pev i.. ,; i ul. Before the Czar nun, - priesi n ith the cruoa, si.-;,,i leucuns carrying hwl wnt-r .:. t gold, sprinkle tbe uas..t'- perur is abont to take. Hu i. theuMelVi- upon lue steps th .: . the Imperial platform, surm ...u '. ohd -py of erimson vel. t : and fringes of gold, r,ui- Dukes and Crand lu, i. . ,, members f tbe Imix-ri.t, f... diplomatic corps, the bit I: -l-.i the hnipire. Senators in r. .1 Ministers bedizened n.'a ' ,. , cordons. Marshals in bril.ui adies of the eunrt, aud i-u-.l . , , junor in lhe national o stuui-. ug tlie Easocliuik la . mbrujdered in gold ur pt-.irN . i mutative uf the men-hants , ! .,, uties of tbe Empire, nut f vine or biack gowns ftuiv -.i . deputations from Asiatic -v,.; :. lo or subject of tbe Jc-mpernr. I ' Mongolians. Taitara. Baskir-, K , Khirgees Bmikbaras, Circi.i tans, Mingrelians, Lapland,- taaux, Persians, Tumtnians- . and wild mixture of dinVrfit i. lad ami armed, some with )-- lances, others with yatagans it Landlef, or swords with w, iti rudely carved. This danling and pu-turts.ii., ; sion advances, preceded bv ,i i of guards of honor, with ur : r-sd cloth starred with ailvr. . tvo mounted heralds, wiih broideretl brocades, red velvet sheep have been transported acres Ar-1 maces. Tbe imp rial arms, I . lzona iy me .southern 1'acihc railroad from I ahfornia to Texas. Tho Prario Cattle company has added to their already enormous possessions. the much and htrd of Hank W. Cress- well in Panhandle, Texas. This ranch is one ot th- best in the Southwest and tho cattle number about 30.000. Price. S-S50.000. Tho same ranch was offered three years ago for SluO.000. mukimr the increase in the herd and the advance in the cattle since then $750,000. a won¬ derful gain in so short a time. Snyder Bros, ic Ward have sold their Turkey creek ranch and cattle, in the ranuaudle. lexas, to Underwood, Clark Co., of Kansas City, for sSO.UOO. The purchase was probably made for the I'raine Cattle Company. Thesale com¬ prises about 15.1 00 cattle and a range of iu.wu acres, x lie much was bought one year ago for lKi,500 and S25.000 north or cattlo have leen sold off since tbeu which, with tho (So beeves received, niHKes a return nl upwards of saun.lXJi. ou mo titj,ww invested a year ago Philadelphia hotel keepers and others arc rejoiced at mo decline or the priees of beef. The majority of cattle now in that city a e lexuus that are highly i prized, native cuttle being scarce. Good Pennsylvania cattle are bnuKiniras Inch i , rm i,- i..i ..i... ' as "4 cents per pound on the toof. hi shoulders. Then he .,- Ohio cattle cost about tbe same at high ftiDctvonarie, are Ma,-. ! left of the throne upon a tal : rover of gold. Grouped ml cuureh under tbe portal dr.i , u-i velvet, the clergy, with c-r, mitre . are resplendent in thrir If s ami dalmatics sparkling i" Lhe metropolitan, led t th-- . politau of Kiew, holding et-i.s, r-. the arrival of the Emperor. t last tne Czar auue..'N. il, - eeuds the Ked Staircase up., a wr . I rian carpet, llowered witli ' placed. He wears tbe uiof.-na Gencal of Diviaton. with rr.l fr i-. and he walks under a largf ran - puts over his bead a ll . -f eagles in a bine skv. The Metropolitan of Moseou i r, bim the crose to kiws while tin- M ' iK'litan ot Novgorod sprinkles h-m " holy water. Tbe princes of th.- O. . conduct tbe Czar to the throm the Metropolitan of Moscowa'-i n. hi imperial Majesty and presents 1 with the orttrodox profession of f,. ' which the Czar reads aloud, stm-i.' with his hand upon the guard - f sword. Alter reading he recvn, . two Metropolitans of Kiew, who ,- : to the steps of tbe throne aud bring i . tho coronation mantle, lhe .--.r Uk- t i. l-f present, and Indiana range between 5' , and Cj cents. Three months ago west¬ ern come were not lo bo bad for less than 9) cents, and two months ago 8 wnsnsKed. lexas cattle now sell ut 4 and i'i cents per pound on the hoof. A New Yorker who is largely inter¬ ested in one of the coast line ot steam¬ ers, made a trip to Charleston a few weeKs ago. and soon after leavincr New lorx a storm came on, nnd the craft was tumbled around in a manner to fntrhten many of the passengers into the belief that their last hour had come. The stock owner was the sickest ot the lot, nnd in the midst of his woes he was ap¬ proached by a friend who is largely in¬ terested in New England railroads. "I understand," began the railroad man. "that you aro considerably interested in this line?" "Y-yes." "You own about half ot it, don't you?" "I I believe I do. Do you own any railroads?" "Yes, two or three." "And run trains on them?" "Of course." "And do thev stop at stations?' "Certainly." "Then you are the b-biggest fool in America lor t-traveltng on a steamboat, even if I do-do own half the liner shonted the sick man, and he turned his face to thn wall to wait for death ti come. Wall Street News. Referring to the county fair at Rome. N. Y., the Utica Observer of Sept 22 says: -ihere uns been a step forward What are the Tides! Sir W. Thompson iu a recent address fouud some ditliciilty iu explaining the tides, which he defined as tbe motions ot water on the earth due to the attrac tion ot sun and luoou. Ihere wereplaces where lunar tides vanished altogether. aud where there was only a rise and fall onco in the solar day. or twice in tbe solar day. Ihere were places where the water rose and fell ai cerdmg to the sun, and not according to tue mum; but such fluctuations were modified by local lu the theory of tides proper, , .i Kentucky First Railway. Kentucky, half a century ago, was the nonie oi some worthy pioneers in al¬ most every department of invention and progress. Perhaps in no other Slate was there sueh a general interest on the subject of railrouds as began to exist here about 1NJO. At that time tho sub¬ ject of improved highways wos attract¬ ing special interest on account of the extensive turnpikes in progress of col- stiuction. In 1S30 a company of Lex¬ ington capitalists, with Sl.000.000 ci.pi- were incorp- ruled uy the L.egisat- catises. iiii'ir.iuuiHia soiar annual iiue, ami - ,u r " .1 -, i..' KiZal rom- iX ' -LiD -toaT,Ie. the rails to be attracts the waters of tlie e.irJh towards " . ?" T 'ZlZVf 1 herself, and heaped them upon this side S X .i JLTl Il.,m i ot the earth. That ws t so; it would Lilt" r,I,? i v f,'" L,Te be so it the earth and the moon were La'r..Ir2 l ?s a dat? D " V ILBKllLll. 1U19 HOI, IUD UIB1 hi shoulders. Then he I tho Metropolitan of Moscou, .ili. -j i his blinds over bim and rrnt prnyer. xinally, tbe Cnr anses m.ij six' superb, dressed in btsmanth-of ! r. . Iini'd with ermine, and, taking ' imperial orown sparkling witi, - niouds, be jdaees it with bis on n ha, upon h s bead. At this iu--m-;.' t empress advances and kneels !("- aukust spouse, wbo, taking T crown, Ihhiis H for a momen' --' forehead of ttte Czarina in token ' share in his omnipotence. Ii the courtyard of tbe Kreu t cannons thunder. Tne three churches of Moew ring th ir j.-; I- and the vaults of tbe old catlir l'.ti ' tilled with songs of gladu. - -nd triumph. The mass begins. The s.,i. r i - ti¬ the icono(teso are opened. X ' ' bishops of Novgorod and of Km -' proocb tho Emp rur and infoa. that all is ready tor tbe au,.:i,t... Tbe Czar decent from his th-'-i.. The Empres accompanies him : ' door ot the sanctnarv, the thresha, - which no woman ean cross, it,.- tropolitsn of Moscow then dip:' ' vase that contains tn.- golden branch tbat be holds in hu -.-' and anoints the temples, the ey : the nostr.If, tbe lips the breist an.i bands of tbe Czar while itt.-'.:.- ..... i .i . ii . , i ' jear tue ursi raustone was i worus. "lienoiu ine seal oi i wu uuiuL-.n t-u me lau wi (uo lawn wua . i-,,i n , r , . i . - , , . . , the fall of a stone at the ...rib's B,,rf. I ,,,d. Hi L'"Bton with great c- remoay. Ghost." And after each hoh WllT ,11 ir not ...... .!.. (V.r.1.1 i, -- f... lUllicnilKUUIH U, IUV Ut.Wii). be nlwava fnllim- ,! never .m,Ic,,-. . c"lenl aiM strangers. Governor Mst- That seemed impossible. falling, but it had ii:tn7u..?L.'i citizens ami strangers. Th .-mi.i iml,.KU v -iX i c" othciating. Work on the road p-o- m,AHmV'r! .a.- b lar to tbe direction in which it was fall- '"tn " X mPte lo "". ing. and the result of continual falling , t l was simply n change of direction of its ; t m. itwV t i. rv r motion. That was simplv the dynami-1 inJa,rcV ' JTP I?rt,en'.a L'x: cil theory of centrical force If a ' f U eeh,nc "ho had oon,truct,l stone weJe thron horizontally it de- tVW''lbL1S?tU, bcended in a parabola, the stone falling ??XJ -Fran-tfort a model rad- awarfrom the line in which it locomotive and coach. Thebehcf .ua uAirmCTi uu LUH1 uctmsion mat carnages and heavy loads could thrown; so it was with the moon. It was seen always to be falling from the present direction and from the further altered line, and so it might be always isiung anu never come down. T hi of the moon nearest to the earth falling most rapidly, the parts further from the earth least rapidly. Each pre¬ served a constant distance," or very near¬ ly a constant distance, from th- common 1 i -rl.L I J -- -,u iu iuc laaiu-r oi none laren n aeioet i mni.. nF imriiv ik. -m ornot it has caused a steo backward in ! IT .l"! 'a " . . . ... " r" -. religious point of view readers can frce depending ou the average distance, judge. A minister entered his horse in The result clearlv wa. then, a tendency B "? Bt..a ctm?.-r fair. ani- ye'terdar towards the nn,,n and from the moon lie drawn ns certainly and easily by steam as boats could lw propelled" by the 1 lie part .' used ou the Lexinpnn giutni.inru,! "Tore . nnt.i isai -n. ;r,..t..; ., locomotive in tbat year was celebrated by a grand ball at Lexington. Tbe firit through train from Lexington to Frank¬ fort, on tbe date above given, tmished got into the sulky and drove. When one or the other drivers ran his horse and passed him on the backstretch. the parson went into the indies' stand and maae as grand a 'kick' as any old of the races was a Methodist and when the other drivers tried to crowd him to the fence he made their snokes rattle: one of them got his wheel 'dished.'" the traces. The ancient zar f - days used not to wash tbe parts ' body that had thus be n annoi itt .1 Conducted to the altar, the t z ." ' takes of the communion, win!-- r i - press, still knetJiDg at the di.r ' iconostasnp.receivfKalaotheeoEi::.''' frem the Metropolitan of Kie ' the crown upon nis bead, ti-e - Czar departs throngh the nortn p : passes between a o5onie row ' ' nadiers with gilded bemlets, aud ' the applause of tbe populace, en -' Cathedral of tbe Archangel m V ael, where he kissea tbe h"l d v' after which be re-enters the anc:ri.f ; ace by the Red SUi-ease. Tho repast of tbe eoronatioD is in tho Terem. Tbe Emperor an.i - Empress, served by the Marshals . Conrt, eat alone. The superior . tt - - headed br t' e Chief Mar-hai at.i - tbe distance in two hours and twent'-! corted by officers of the giiar.H nine minutes. Louisville Commercial. I drawn swords, bring ia the dishes the Metropolicao blesses, one ait n and from the mnon I ana mus, m a necessarily imperfect manner, he had explained how it was that the waters were not heaped upon the side next the moon, bnt were drawn up toward, the moon, nnd fell away , , ' ... me uiooB, anu leu away l?'0!?;?-? ta ?"e ' rom-the a a to tend to form an oval ngure. Skipwortb Wilrar is the euphonious name of a Maryland politician. If be Adelaide PhilHnn. nf nnpraliV famp. died in London yesterday. The Connecticut Democrats have nominated Taos. M. Butler, of Ne-r London, for Governor. Tbe census sbowr tbat tbe number of persons in a family in tlie United Stati-s is a small fraction over rive. In some families we know the husband is the small fraction over. When Fogg saw young Emptihed, who came into possession of two or .i i i , . . . . mier- mioureu itKKnami dollars upon other. When tbe Cxar wants t the ilinlonuttie enrol retires, baekword, and singers in gala cost: with word by their sides, advaac- exeente. during the rest of the r-t different pieces of the old P.nia pertoire. Ht:r- I. It li been btowmI from recin.- - Bedford Ut WnUer Scott's farr tt- John BuMVMa is a cvasse in bl si i-- ' were a ImdIt nABlat-l.A :.. tu ili-nth pj nnnla Vw. ..;.i ' :-.,l.- , fi..7 ,1 IWft x,,hn wa4 . hi, mh.bi p..,, ... ; , - f e onju . .1 .1 .,. ------- - - . - , . the pile of spondalix and invite it to go ae n.ow understood the meaning of j Srst thinker aad tbe best thicker ia along by simply mentioning his name. I -be "nM "trifies light aa heir." I family. !