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MINER. VOLUME IV. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 18G7. NUMIJEK 1G. XUJCV. U1LLIAM H. FORD, Publisher. SOIISCIIII'TIOW I v ,, r,,oo Ksra - w.v.v.? vtbrccmoii In, Fof,lni)Ie copies, - ' b - ADVT3I1TISJSC( i Mtwe coual ten Hues of thin letter. One Are or lew, one Insertion, $3,00. Each imbue 1t Insertion, 1,50. O.ie square sending for K moX, 10.a). For six months, ft,00. -one rear, IM.OO; and nt the same rates for IfpMaDtIlilijoinV(mKi ill Vtnill nf lob work executed to order, with aipJli, aud at reasonable prices. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J. P. HAItGllAVE, ittjrney ani uouusuiiui i n ....... It. ... T .... f...!.... Ct Third house sotim 01 me riaza, PKESCOTT, A. T. j no. Howard, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Prcscott. DR. E. P. HOWARD, r n A a. m . 1 I Plliau mv - . - 1 J at run n iiijjjiu iiwjntan HENRY W. FLEURY, .VOTARY PUIH.IC. . Ainmi HM'rtV I 1'l.'t)l)ITAHV WM. J. BERRY, tlornov and Counsellor nt Law, IMtKSCOTT. ARIZONA. g M Cosr. J M. 1k. It. Hmn, R. G1UD &C0. Collectors, and General Kmnlovmcnt Agency. n 'i i'idr nnu imjlI .iiiirhi'L niirrL. iluuiu SAN FRANCISCO. negotiated Ranches, city Lois, Houses aud t i-i II. J3 n i irn-a rj?,iicts AT LA PAZ-FOR SALE. charge ofC. Moore, at I.a Paz, arc now red for dale. Apply to Gray A Co. Pres sor at La Paz. June 15 . NEWMARK & CO., tl'l.nl,....!,. I.aIa Ism ARDWARE, GROCERIES and PROVISIONS. UCADIA TILOCK. Kt. G imtl O. ljti Angeles, February, 6tf. TAIUI iDionn ft ff IUiYILin5UN & LU., UKH .VKIH.tt ASH UU.1I.1HMIU.1 MJCitCHAJsra's. LOS ANGELES AND SAN PEDRO. f. II. Levy and Co. lllli.Sfrini . Snn Ilnrnfirrllnn fin I. Dealers in DRY GOODS, CLOTHING. ivio nnu oiivrio nun, iiuru warc Crockery Groceries and Liquors and n Jiarv 3 tf T, B. JEWELL, nu Ji. A. r KANKMX, Druegist and I'hoto- grapner,) RAVnrnvinmvn niTivnnvti "i Jics and jewelry sent by mall from Arizona carciuuy rcpairea onu rutnrncu. B. CASWELL. t. r. ni.u?. Caswell & Ellis, 'WHOLEflALK AND RKTA1L DEALEItS IN ArLK & l'AiNui J)KY UUUDS GROCERIES, PROl'ISIOXS, AND QENKUAL MRKOHaNDIE. AGKXTS I'OIl iALIFORNIA POWDER WORIvS CO. No. . Arcadia Ulock, Los Ann flu filrtft fsi Annrltl. 3a6 ' rf GRAY & CO.. PAZ and PKKSCOTT, ARIZONA, Mornlmnffi. lJ'yl,18C4. vln8 DISSOLUTION. MIE Copartnnrsliip licrctoforc existing be tween A. M. "Vhito and W. IJlclmrd. PC bu4lnces ttt ,j10 pjina Vlllspes, A. T under t Arm name of White A Co. Is this day dissolved irantnal coninttr. Whllo retlrlm- from tin F: Hld business will bo carried ca at the J'o named place under the Arm name of VV 33iclixd Sc Co. 9 fssumc all liabilities, and to whom all debts ""j nrra ox Hlilic man uepaiu. A. M. W1IITF., .v nrntf mn'L . . riraa Villages, A. T, May 10, 1867: ' PRESCOTT ADVERTISEMENTS. PRESCOTT HOUSE. LATE OSIIOItN nouei:. GRANITE STREET, Prescott, Arizona. KOMTREE & BAUNAUD. l'HOPIUKTOItS, ' Announce to the public that they have fitted up this house In ood style, and sre prepared to furnish both rooms and meals. The table will bo supplied with the BEST THE COUNTKi AFFORDS. BOARD per week. f!8. Per day, f3 per meal, II 35 Iii Ij3g;xil Teiider.s. Prcscott, June lit, 18C7. 13-3m CAMPBELL & Bl'FFUM, West ltlc of tho I'luza, P.tl, AriionM GENERAL DEALERS IN GnocinrciKs as niovisioxs, Furtign and Domtrtic W'inti and Llqvorr, TOR AC CO X- CIGARS. And a srcncral srnortmvrit of ouch urlicicn as fam ilies and miners need. Our goods are all of the best quality, ana at reasonable prices. KOIl CASH CIM.V. JOHN O. CAMPBELL, W. M. BL'FFUM. Prcscott. June 1. 150. lltf E. DARLING, JPi onocr DRUG- STORE, PRESCOTT, -A.. T NEW STORE; XORTIt SIDE OF THE I'LAZJ, rrctcoll, Arizona. r"FMIE undersigned ofTeri to the public, ot X LOW PRICES FOR CASH, Butter, Crackers, Cheese, Bacon, Ird, Tick lea, Pork, Oyeters, Lolttors, and other 3Px,oriri;ioiifei. l'iftols, Powder, Powder Flasks, and Shot A gcnrel astortment of fine cut and plug chewing 1 TOBACCO. Smoking Tobacco nnd Cigars. Also, n variety of other staple articles of Ucr chandize. LEVI BASHFOKD. rrescott, MaylftO If, 7. Quick Sales and small Profits, j D. HENDERSON & Co. OFFER for sale, :heap for Cash, n splen did assortment of Gents CLOTHING and Furnishing Goods, OAI.Sh a:nj; rii Vj HUUib, A superior nunlity of cliewing nnd tmioking Tobticro, Cigars, Stationery, Fanry Goods, Cutlery, Playing Cards, Yankee Notions, and Confectionary. Also Ijtdion. MifMM and childrcnV BOOTS and SHOES, Dry Goods, Arc. Ac Call and examine our stock, nt the new tore, comer Granite and Gurley Streets, rcscott. Mav lOtf NEW GOODS. WORMSER & CO. CALL the Attention of the public to their new nnd large assortment of Goods, Juil received from San Francisco. They bollere this stock to be the not complrte ever broucbt to PRESCOTT. It consists of CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, BOOTS and SHOES, LIQUORS, and a general assortment of the choicest Groceries, To be sold nt the lowest rates for CASH. WORMSER & CO. May IP, 187. 10-tf LA PAZ, MOHAVK, PRESCOTT CV.S3S STOUX, The Undersigned wishes to Inform the public that In a few days he will receive by tho schooner Tow bando.a large slock of goods, comprising a large slock of Groceries, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, A fino assortment or Wines and Liquors, Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, Havana Cigars, L'lgurito Paper Huts, Dried Fruits, 1,000 sacks of Flour, 120,000 lbs. Barley 200 Sacks of Beans. A lot of Potatoes and Onions, 20,000 feot of Assorted Lumber, Windows and Sash Doors, Which he Intends to keep constantly on hand at La Paz aud Fort Mcbave, and Intends to sell the same at the t IQVm POSSIBLE FIGUKE8 FOIL CA8t MANUEL iRAV.KNAi PRESCOTT ADVERTISEMENTS. JAMES GRANT, MONTEZUMA'ST. COR. CARLETON, Proscott, Arizona. II AS JUST RECEIVED FROM CALI FORNIA, AND IS SELLING FOR CASH, A large and valuable ADDITION TO HIS STOCK OF GOODS INCLUDING Flour, Bacon, Lard, PICKLES, CRACKERS, BUTTER, TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR, DRIED FRUIT, CANNED FRUIT, MEAT, FISH, and VEGETABLES. boat), Uoal Oil, Candle, and a gen and of eral assortment Groceries & Provisions HARDWARE. Also A choice supply of HARDWARE, Miners' nnd Joiners' TOOLS Cooking STOVES-LAMPS-POWDER, Shot, Lead, Fuse and TOBACCO 0F ALL KINDS. Vouchers Bought, AND SIGHT DRAFTS, Upon SAN FRANCISCO, issued. Prcscott, July 1, 1S07. 14-tf PEED AND SALE STABLE. GOODWIN-ST. OPPOSITE PLAZA. PRESCOTT. uiidonMpn'd hafi- constantly oa HAY AND GHA1X band of the best quality, and at the LOWEST RATES LINDSEV A DUDLEY. Prctcot:, July 12, ISC7. H-T.m Quartz Mountain SAW MILL. The attention of the public Is called in the fsct that we have renewed Urllitiea for the jnanafactare of all kinds of lumber fur building purposes, for ; mills ;-id mlnlne llarine become Uficd with the credit system as now practiced here, we have! concluded from this time to credit no one. and have , flxrd theprlces of lumber at the mill as fallow ' Por pood mcrcbantable lumber, SCO per M. Second tmahty. 830 per M. Clear lumber, 8100 per M. Tcriui, iibu On uolirery, payable In U. S. gold coin, or Its rnnlraleut In curroncy. A. O. NOTE. Agent. Prescott, Nov. 2t.l-6. SXSTTIIVO- OFF. CLOSE 'BUSINESS The undrr.ljrjiPd. wishing to cJok tip business In I'rwott, oilers his entire stock of goods at re duced prices. WM. H. HARDY. Prescott, Dif. 1st, 1SC0. 3tf Freighting and Jobbing. T'lIE undarsitrned is constant!? on the mad X between Prescott, Wlekenburg and I.a Paz, and is at all times prepared to till all ordure for freight, or small quantities of GOODS FOR PRIVATE PARTIES. Goods purchased at La Paz will be freighted through at the usual rates, with 10 per cent added. Freight hauled at the usual rates. Orders acnt to the undersigned at La Paz or Proscott will rceolvo striet attaution. Or der solicited. Any amount of freight, not exceeding -10.000 pounds, landed in Proscott in lb days from timo of shipping. Juno 2o, 18G7. CHARLES W. BEACH. 13-3m NOTICE. Cou.ECTon'8 Omen, V. S. Ik ternai. Rev., DIs. of Arizona, Prescott, July 10, 1807. "VTOTICE 'whereby ghen, in accordance il with provisions of excise Law, that the annual Internal Revenue Taxes havo become due nnd narable. and that the Collector and deputy Collectors wltl bo lu atlcnd.mco to receive the same on the llrst day of August next, at tncir respective offices In the rollowmir divisions, to wit : County of Yavapai, Tho Collector Prcscott, " " Pima, D. H. Stiekncy, Esq. Deputy Collector Tucson. ' " Yuma, Rolert Coles, " L Pa. Mohave, U. K. Doollttle, " Hardy- vllle. If any person shall neglect to pay, for more than ten days from said date, a penalty Of flvo ;er cent, and the fees prescribed by law, will bo added. ' LEVI BASHFORD, Collector NOTICE. Parties wishing to locato Ranches on the Pres. eott and Mohavo Road, will not bo charged toll for passing over said road to and from their ran ches, for'ono year from March 1st, 1817. i ,WM. It HARDY, J'rcs. P. k M. T. Rdad, . .Feb. Sltrtf., LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. fatal of William V. Adam$. dtctattd. ''piIE undersigned having been appointed JL Administrator of the above named es tate Notice Is hcrcbr trlvcn to all nernons Inriebt- ,cd to sild estate, to make Immediate settlement, ana all person liarlnc claims aeainet said estate, to present tlicm, with the necessary vouchers and proofs, to the underljfned, within one year from the date of this tiotim J. T. ALFAr, Administrator. Prescott, A. T. June 80, 1807. JLt-Sm ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. ESTATE of Domingo Galllo, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undcraign rd, Administrator of the above named estate, to the creditors of, and all pcrtons having claims against said deceased, to exhibit the same, with no wKKKwy Toncners, wiunn one year iroin the datn hereof, to the undersigned, at the ofDce of Mr R. Piatt, In Tucson, county of Pima and Territory ol Arizona. Tucson, January 7, 1K07. ESTENEN OUUOA, Administrator. FOR SALE. The death of E. A. Bentlcy having prevented the completion of his contract to purchase the Akizoka Misek Office, It Is now offered for ale at the price he was to have paid, without addition for the outlay for new material procured since the date of his contract. The t-stabllihsieat has t'B'O good pr, and in news nnd Job type Is one of the most complete up on the Pacific eowt, outside offian Francisco. Parties wlihlni; to negotiate, and rsdy to pnr cluee for cash, will address ARIZONA MINER, Prcscott, A.T. July, lfc67. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Ettatt of Gtorgt P. Jlridgtt, dtaat(d. r I tHE .undersigned havinir been annolntwl J. Administrator of the above named estate! notice b hereby jrlrcn to all persons Indebted to said estate, to make Immediate settlement, and all persons bavins claims against said estate to pre sent tbcm, witii the necetsary proofs and vouchers within one year from the date ofthts notice. J T ALSAP, Administrator. Prcscott. A. T. June SO, 1WJ7. J 13-Cm ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. EtMt t.f Gwrgt IP. Davit, dtcraud. the above named estate, to th creditors of, and m) lacK " witness, iiie pass or canon con all persons having claims agslntt said deceased, tinued for many miles and presented an ever within one year from the flt pnbliratlon ofibl. notice, to P. ilcAtecr.atnurcsldeneeln Mrkland, Valley. Yavapai county. Territory of Arizona. P. McATEER, Administrator. JOHN HOWARD, hi Att'y Prctcott.9uly 1st, l7. JI3-Su VTOTICE. In ecrordsnce witlt the provis ions of the V. St Internal Revenue Laws. Art of July 13th, ISfifl, parafaph 37 notice Is hereby given that apwls conei'mlnjf any wone- ous or cxceltc valuations, atsesrnents, or tnnn . . l . i . i .... . . r ir,r i tit Hl.trirt orArimL hr ihJ faftesAor and assistant assessors of said dbtrict, win ie reccircg aa ariermiueaai incomce oi mei Mr.r. In th- town of Pmcott. ronnty of Yara- yal, and tme ae: id TrrltorT of Arizona, from the filth day the twrnlliUi dsv or tlie same montli. And all ar- peals to the -usessor a afreId shall !e made in requestwl; and hall, moreover, state the ground or principled gjjjjgyj Asset. or i 8. Intcnul Revenue, Dlt of Arizona. Prcscott, Maylt,16C7 l luiraii & k MANUFACTURERS OF ReVOlVe)'S RifleS, .? ttlltl. Oft'hilirt For the United Statas Service. Alio 3Tooltot mul Holt Kovulvmn, REPEATING TISTOLS, Rule Canes, Revolving Rifles, Rifle and Shot Gnn Barrels, and Gun Materials, sold by Gun Dealers and tlie Trade rwierally. In these days of housebreaking and robbery, ev ery lion, store, bank and office should have one REMINGTONS' REVOLVERS, Partlts desiring to avail themselves of the late Improvements in pUtols, and superior workman ship aud form, will tlnd all combined In the New Remltigtou Revolver. Circulars containing cuts and description o our arms will be furiiUhed upon application. E. REMINGTON A- SONS, Hllon, New York. Moonn .t NmnoLs. Agents, No. HO Courland Str.vt, New York lit Comer ?Iotitgomery Anil llmh HtrccW, SAN FRANCISCO, This house possesses all the requirements of a nrnt-ohtaa hotel, iu acious rrauinc room, witti a large mluoral cabinet, aud extensive collections or specimens from the different mining regions of tho Pacific coast Branch Telofrrnpli Office con necting wfth lines throughout the countryand news stand all contributing to make It the head quarters" and home for tho Callfornlan business man and tourist. The Table of this House shall not lie excelled by any. Board, three dollars per day. LEWIS LELAND & CO., Olf Proprietors. AMERICAN EXCHANGE SANSOME STREET, Carrier of II AL1.KCIC, SAM F11AKUI8CO, "THE EXCHANGE" Is a rtOOD FAMILY IIOTEMonUInlnsTwo hok nsien mnti.v ro!isiir'o ms. exteadlnff rrom HslUek- to Hacramento street aad ls FIRB-PROOP, IjAOlrs'.ETasiiCa CorasrSsasoms and HallecSt ci ). ' P, I, . nil h.rlrr1M: J Jlm3 T. SARGENT, ProprIetor.iJ DCllKTiU. INDIAN EXPEDITIONS. Phescott, June, 15th 18C7. Editor Anizo.VA Mi.vr.n. I read in the Alia California, of the 11th of April, a brief account of the Rio Verde expedition against the Indians. As no details were given I think a more graphic description may prove interesting to your readers, and at the same time have a beneficial effect on tho mining widngricullural interests of the Territory ; at least, it is a foregone conclusion in my mind, that the subjugation of the Indians must be accomplished before the attention of capi talists or practical quartz workers will be attracted in a manner tending to devclopc the vast mineral wealth of the districts at present infested by these infernal red skins. So much by way of preface, and now to my subject. I Bhall not trouble your readers with dates ; suffice it to say, that the troops under command of Captain J. M. Williams, have been In the field about two or three months, and will probably remain until the rainy season commences. The first and most successful attack up to date, was made on a band of Indians numbering in all, about sev enty, who inhabited the slope of what is known as the Black Mountains, about forty miles to the eastward of Prescott, from whence they paid occasional visits to the settlements whenever their larder fell short of horse or mule meat, or any other delicacy in accordance with the Indian palate, that the settlers might happen to leave unguarded. Captain "Williams' command marched from cmP Whipple about seven o'clock on a Sunday evening. The moon shone clear and bright, in short it was one of those lovely nights, peculiar to Central Arizona, unsur passed In any part of the world. Thirty miles were accomplished with case before daylight. Th'! trail lay for many miles over the Val de Chcno, to a pass through the mountains, which presented the most magnificent moonlight scene it lias ever been rar3'l"g succcwion of the most gorgeous views. Sometimes the slopes resembled huge fortifications, at others they had a cas tellated apjicarance, irresistibly calling up from memory's store bouse the giant tales and history that every one has cither heard or rcsd of, the almost impregnable houses of the FeudarBarons, nor would it take a great stretch of the imagination, to people l those fanciful habitations. Points of rocks Mld MJtc crSN n some instances beanng a cloe rcicmblance to the stalwart warden -.,;, i -j . or KaX ,no, md sometimes presenting an ab- folute startling resemblance to a crouching unwarj victim. But a truce to fancy, or I indefinite period. By daylight we were in the heart of the Indian ; country, andhat surprised me, was that we ' were actually in sight of the Indians. Cap- I tain Williams, atimrtrtorf In- f Jit. Pftt started in person, leaving Lieut. Hobart in command of the reserve. The Captain and icut contrivwl to keep the Indians in sight for the greater part of the day, without bo- ing able to get cloe enough to the Indian to nave a tight out of them. In tfce moan :!. tec reserve under command of Lieut. Hobart, proceeded slowlr in the direction of the Rio Verde, which place we reached with j killed, and one wounded. Private Drum the roscrvc about 4 o'clock, p. m. Captain mond, Co. B 8th LT. S. Car, arrow entered Williams and Lieut. Fctebct did not reach camp until late in the evening. Tho entire I t..L ....l l l .1 , not less than twenty hours. The folio day', wo caught fish in the Rio Ve did the DJu far nimtt as only weary can us u, aiiuiain.-u uu kuu iuiiuHiiig iiioiu- ing before sunnte with renewed vigor for the Black Mountains, distant about twelve miles from our camp. For a distance of -about seven mile?, an old Indian trail, which wc followed, may be said to be passable, as we got over it somehow, but owing to the rugged character of the mountain wc were compelled to abandon our horses to the care jofa guard commanded by anon commissioned officer and try our luck on foot. After a hard scramble we gained a comidcrablc ele vation and discovered three Indian ranchc rias, two cxcollent springs of water and a large quantity of mescal, part of it. ready for use and prt of it in coumo of prepara tion. The water was of excellent quality and the mescal formed by no means a bad lunch attcr climbing to an altitudo where tho air had a decidedly tonic effect. All the mescal and other Indian stuff was imtnedi ally destroyed. Wc then proceeded to the summit of the mountain, from whence wc had a most magnificent view of tho sur rounding country, but saw no Indians. Af ter following the ridgo for some distance recently traveled Indian trail was discovered leading down the mountain in the direction of the Rio Verde, but on tbe opposite side of tho great ravlno from that by which we had ascended. Tho trail was thickly cov crcd with moocasln and mule tracks, appar ently but a few hours old, so fresh were the tracks that we were in momentary expecta tion of overtaking Mr. red skin and gotting a fight out of him ; but to use all old saying we reckoned without our host, and were pres ently very much surprisod to see some men on" the opposite sido of thq ravlno about two ml'lr"" below, in sight, and a welcome sight it .wsV. for weVcreW'tlred.-; 'Various conjeo- j ougly tired out. We had been in the wddlopHa bEt ruKatli fiS M.VM-L. turcs were hazarded as to who tho men could be; as we nearcd them wo could sco plainly, that they were leading horses and mules. Finally we gained tho point where our own horses were, and the riddle was solved in a most satisfactory manner. The party left to take care of the horses observed some Indians endeavoring to cross a ravine a tew hundred yards to the left, a charge was instantly made and the Spencer rifle brought to bear upon the red skins for the first timo in Arizona. Twenty Indian warriors lay dead or dying in lees time than it takes to relate the fact. The "heap shoot" gun must have astonished them, that is. if thev had timo to be netonislied. The Indians foocht well and obstinately, and even after they were wounded endeavored to shoot arrows into the mulos they had stolen. Four mules and three horses were recovered, and one old fashioned rifle, some bows and arrows, and Iota of other things too numerous to mention. Wc returned by moonlight to our old camp ground on tho Rio Verde and took it easy. On the following day the battle ground was visited and a great quantity of provisions and other stuff destroyed, that had escaped observation on the previous night; the good Indians lay sweltering in tho sun. Tbcy were a well built wiry looking lot, but I don't think the same number of repugnant, villainous looking countenances have ever been so judiciously and summarily disposed of in the history of this Territory. The next morning we started in high spirits for the head of the Rio Verde and traveled along the right bank of tho river for several miles, but the stream became now so tortu ous that we crossed and re-crosed it several times, and finally crossed what may bo termed the east fork. About three miles ' above that stream, on the left bank proper of the main Verde,, as wc were winding slowly round the point of what may be termed a high bar, wc came suddenly in sight of sev eral Indians. They had been encamped on a rocky ridge, having a deep ravine on cither sido of it, a high bluff of rocks at the back; the whole sloping towards tbe river. CapL Williams issued his orders promptly and tbey were as promptly executed ; one jorlion of the command ascended the slope to the right of the first ravine, while the remainder moved rapidly round the point of the bar, and charged directly up the bank, thereby, bringing the Indians between twoJres, with a bluff rock in the back ground. A better manouvrc could not have been conceived. The firing commenced instantly and was kept up n a manner truly marvelous; and I can not help thinking the Spencer is the rifle par excellence, for Indian warfare, aj.i am con" vinccd th& extraordinarily rapid firing caused the Indians to imagine they were attacked by a much larger force than wc really were, or they would have made a much more de termined resistance than they did. As it was, they fought well and obstinately. The fiSht lasted about half an hour, and may be said to have been abort, sharp and decisive. Thirty-one Indians wore killed, two small children captured, and a large quantity of mescal, with all their camp utensils and rub bish ; these, were some f-w trinkets and a quantity of buckskin. The provisions were immediately destroyed. We had one man 'the cavitv of the cbet. killing him instantly. llWwt pay; a, tribute to the memory of this KIil. . .-sr i m-Km..:itimLl. Ltt - remarkably fine ccnSrita. to endure the hardships incidental to asoJl dicrs life in Arizona, as well as far younger men. Strange to say, he seems to lave bad a foreknowledge of his death, and openly stated, that he would be killed by the In dians on that day. His presentment was re alized. It is to be hoped ho has gone to a better world. Peace to his manes. The wound received by private nughes, wajTery slight, merely grazing his lips. Fortunately for him, he is a very diecrcet young nan and keeps his mouth shut. If it had not been for this highly judicious proceeding on his part the arrow must inevitably havo gono down his throat, nnd in that case might pos sibly hare slightly interfered with his diges tive organs. We encamped on the ground previously held by the Indians, and a small party was sont out to find straggling or woundod Indians. Tho Indian that shot Drummond, was discovered, hid under a pile of drift-wood. He was still alive, though literally riddled with bullet holes. to he continued. 1 Ubiquk. CoLoann Omio.v.Tho St. Joe Jterald is responsible for the followingf "lesterday scveral colored women were discussing, on Second sticot, below Julc, tho conduct of an absent female, when the question was put, was she colored or plain V ' Plain,' was tha satisfactory reply." An Eatist. A story is told of a man at Hornollsville, who lately ate at a single meal one largo square pic-tin heaping full of cold; beef and potatoes, twenty four raised bk- ciiit, two pounds cheese, two pounds honey, two pounds crackers, one pound butter, two w inilf i stotvfSns rde ancjB&fcwrS rnr.Gccerfi! Jtwkwtuss tncnTTlArf 'Wf He ttot isr t dozen herrings, six cookies, one mince pie and. glass of brA,,;; a- '