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ARIZONA MINER. VOLUMK IV. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER 7 1 QP.7 vmriiriii on 'I lUUPi l I , I , I' VII IKS. K 21 ri jaw a $Hiiw. Issued Eveiy Saturday. WILLIAM H. FORI), Publisher. SfHSCIlIl'TIO.V I r fin" TH'i tr,oo 1,R0 I Var three inontlis, r.nm coj.i.a, - .- J It l auvauee, wimum vxkvjitiuu. AllVKUTISI.VOl .n.ilrt ti n Hue nf this letter. One LV 5r i . our Insertion, .O0. KnCh subso !S Insertion. fl.W. Oiio square staiidlnif for E mouth, 110,00. For six months, 15,00. Far one year, fi'i.OO; and at the mmo ratea for -K"1u joil WOIIIC I All Mill f J1j w"r'- executed to order, with iiii it h, inl at reasonable prices. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. M. R. PLATT, Attorney and Counselor at Law Plno-St. Tl'CSON, A. T. G. II. OURY, lAttornpy nnd Counselor at Luw, Court House Building Teosos, A. T. HENRY JENKINS, Lttorncj and Counselor at Law, Tib a.-, A T. J. P. I LA RG RAVE, attorney and Counsellor at Law, Oortcz-St. IL.n) house south ol the riau, PRESCOTT, A. T. 7 JN0. HOWARD, eAtnrniy and Counsellor at Law, Proi-cott. DR. K. P. HOWARD, Physician and Surgeon, Prucott, A. T., and . . . ,1-1 - . I II. -.1.-1 "? at rort vt uippie nospii.ni. HENRY W. FLEURY, X OTA I IV l'OIJMC. fRhM OTT. ARIZONA TERRITORY WM. J. BEIUiy, Rtbrney and Counsellor at Law,! I'KKSCtlTT, Alll'.tl.V.V. ! fee oq Coitct Street, fronllrg the IMaa, 3Cm j K FRVNCICO ADVERTISEMENTS liners' Foundry; AND MACHINE WORKS, NA. 215 and -55 Fiimt Strekt, SAN FRANCISCO. lowland, Angol and King, Proprietors, lnufucliiror.s of Machinery for jAItTZ Mil. 1.4 Sur Milla. Pnwdnr Mills. flcur MiIM, Sti;:ar MUlr., Pir MilU, bteam hiigines of nil kind- Anial ganiatnrs i-'f nil kind Mining Pumps, Hoisting Work", Oil Well Tools, Rock It rttilf or--a nil cbmery and C'afctings of all kind, cither of 11W2? on BRASS. and Sheet Iron Work in all its branch- -Hies and Dii-s of white Iron, inanufsc- M for and imported by us exprcsly for p purje, and will last 'm jor cent, longer fi any ether made on this coast. IA of any degree of fineness. fe ire tho only manufacturers on this coast ortuo HICKS ENGINE, most compact, simple In construction, and uurauie ol an I.ngmo in use. W. H. HOWLAND, H. II. A KG ELL, E. T. KING, CYRUS PALMER. "gust, 1C7. 18 . CASWELL. 1. r. ELLIS, Caswell & Ellis, l'H0I.i:sAIE AND IthTAIL HUALHIta IN Al'LE & FANCY )IY GOODS GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, AND GENERAL MERCHANDIZE, a a i:ts FOR UPORNIA POWDER WORKS CO. No. 1, Arcadia Ulock, tl''i Angtln ktntt, Is AngtUt. H WW, SAX FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS. I PALMER, KNOX & CO. GOLDEN STATE IRON WORKS, Nrw. 10, 21, 2.5 and 25 First Street, SAN FRANCISCO. MANLTAeTl. KU all kindi of Machinery, Stemn Engines, and Quartz Mills, Dunbar's improved Self-Adjusting Piston Packing requires no springs or screws; is nlways steam tight, without ex cessive friction, and never get slack or leaky. Wheeler & Randall's new Grinder and Amalgamator. Hepburn & Peterson's Amalgama tor Knox's Amalgamators, with Palmer's Patent Steam CliChl, superior for working either gold or silver or and is tho only Amalgamator that has stood the test of coven years continual working. Genuine White Iron Shoes & Dies. IT-..J 1 - .... I f .1 . . . , lining oven engag u lor pen. ten yeat - ... ,,f., -I-., mini ivmciB.ni n ii , all the iinmrcinent, either in mining or ! milling, wo are prepAred to furnish, at the ' shortest notice, the imwt rrtect machinery ! for reducing ores or savitw cither rold nr ' ior rtuucmfe ores, or saving euner goui or .Silver. Is I International Hotel, 15 Jackso.v-Stkeet between Mont joinery and Kearney. SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. m HIS Old Established 1 lOllSe i .1. .. I is in ponect order 1W. ...w . aceomnKMlation of gstewu. Persons seeking comfort ami economy will And this the best Hotel in the city to to at. Tb )eds aro new and in good order, and the Room well tt-nt listed. The Table will al wnys be supplied with the bt in the mar ket. 1'rirn vtryitig from S! iW to S2 per day for Hoard and Room. Kitie Rath Hons and liarhcrsbop attachesl U the I loose. F. K. AVEYU ANT, 1'rvjkrietor. August, 1hT. 18 John Taylor & Co. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN ASSAY IMS MATERIALS. Druggists' and Chemists' Glass Ware, Pliolttgraphic Slock, Sec. ol2 and 51 1 Washington St. San PrainHcv 1 rK arcreccttiagdtrvct irom Mirs. jsdi Oertlins (lnd.m) and Reikt-r A S'-ii (Antwerp, Rilgiuui) their Assay ami Bullion IIulancQs, And from Franco and Germany, na well a the KasU-m Ute. PI RNACES, CRLCIRIJiS, MCFPLESL RLOW-PIPK CASES, Chemical Glassware, Gold 8CALKJ?, and every article require! for Amt 0 Bices, 1 .a bora t oris. Ac. We hav civeii thss branch ot our bo.uMt ; pnrticular attention, to sewcl such articiW ns are necivary in the development of the win ! cral wealth d" thh. mt. , A full airtm!it of Druista, Glnsasmre. ! nnd Drnwri-U'SuiKlrle.. Acids ami Chemieak. constantly mi hand . . rUg. ISJI lg i BLASTING POWDJiB. I velope will b mt fjr fcl ; elrrcn for 2 ; ' thirtv for 8i j aixtv Ave At $10; one Lun PRICE $3 PER KBG.iredforSlS. A LSO SPORTING, CASNON, AND l Mt'SKBT POWDER, of superir quali ty. FL'SE and SHOT always on baud and for sale at tho Ollice of the California Powder Works, No. 31S California-Street, San Francisco, Cnl. JOHN F. LOUSE, Secretary. 0. S. M. Cone. J. M. Fisk. U. Gtitn. R. G1HI) &C0. REAL ESTATE AND HOUSE BROKERS, '"Hector-, and General Employment Aroiicj-, No. 9 Po.l, and No. B Market Street, Room 2, 8N FRANCISCO. Itenl Estate bought orsold on commission Loans negotiated ltanches, city Lots, Houses aud Stores to rent or lease Rents collected, etc. FSM-tf. Comer Jloiit goincry anil limit Streets, SAN FRANCISCO. This house possesses nil the requirements of a nrst-class hotel. Its snaclous reading room, with a lar;c mineral cabinet, and cxtcn.lvu collections of ram specimens irom tne uiiicieni milling regions oi the Pacific coast Kraiich Tclejrrapli Olllcc eon. nccllni; wltlf llnoa throujrliout the country and news stand all eontribatlug to make It the head, quarters and home for the Callfornlan business man ami tourist. Tlie Table of Hits House sltall not be excelled by any, Hoard, tlin u dollars per dvy. LEWIS L ELAND Ji CO,, Wf Proprietors. NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS. I GREAT DISTRIBUTION j BY THE MERCHANTS' AND MANt FAC- TCRERS' JEW ELY ASSOCIATION, 193 A PJ5 Broadway, New York City, Of Rosewood Pianos and Melodcans, Fine Oil i aiiiiiiijfs, i.ugras inga, silver ware, (Jold and 311 ver YVstclics and elegant Jewelry, ronltW of j Diamond i Diamond Ring, Oolrl ISwtkts. Coral, Florentine, Mosaic. Jet, Lava, and Ladle." sets, lioiu reus with Hold and Silver extension holders, sleeve buttons, sets of Muds, vest and neck cbalm, plain aud eltased gold chains, At. vaioiii at $1,00 0,000, 3Tr Olio iliolliii, '"HUE Merchants' aud MajiufacOmrV J .JL olry Af--clation calls ti.ir attfntioii to the fart of It iMiiitg the la r and most popiil.tr Jewelry Assoristlon In the United State. TU' hualncM I aud always has I urn condurW In tin rawt eaiidid and honorable manner Onr rmpiHly iHereasing trade In a nure KuarantC! ol the ijire elation of oar patron fur tfaU method of ohuInlnK rtrh, elennt and coMlv pMAa The redden stag nautili vi irwie m 1 .11 1 uwiok .ue WUS VtCT- j iumn war. auu recent aiwu rtta awutrtai ertu In Kstrope, has eausnl the failure ol a larg nomlier of Jewelry uooars l Iadon -ind 1'aii. oMiring them la Mil IWtr tMui. t a mwmal uM. 1.. Kirua liMUHeea Urn than one-third the emt of ' inanufactM Ing. We hate lately prefeid very lately ortttfi0 ltuurHtllioodt.atcli exUeut ,y Iw, Uial m'B ,gorU , Httfr ; ptKH, ana gii ixiirr eiMnees 10 araw ue mat valuntdc prtie Umti any other ektaUUhmam (Imm a aimllar bun-. Our aim It to j.W-aiw, sad we L?,"rr ,M,,it yw JM7' wc T ,w- nimt nUHiMl "o IWrtng (Uo f4Ut (f w. furww.d , utl,lK!r o mn.t -allulllr lirlm la ill lrU nf Ihr Nnun Tmoiw who patronise us Kill r-i tlte full value or tnew money, as no srtKle on our IM I i rib , Icm than one dollar, retail, ana there are no ! Unks. 1'artie d'-allnir w tilt may irpai unon I baiinc; prompt return, and lti artirle drawa mUI i str iiaiiMKiMV: i i or war aea to any uareaa i) re turn mall or et-presa. I I be loiKwtnjf pMtte bare recmtly drawn vai- naole brlses from (lie Kcrrtuuts' and .Uaaw4ur ers Jewelry aesortatkm, and nave alios ed se of laeJr nausea: FrtderirV V Browne, Ki-j Trtasurr Depart-1 rton, D t -Tkuio, value. HM. mU ! . vtaveti Term, XV r-U.i mem. WsaUBfto 'Ah I. Froat. W C... r-U mt.A "-- -- U'... 1 .... . . . nefSDO; William H Emsxsu, New OvWasss, La eewiHg MorMsje. vane, vra; iwf I. Mreoport ' MoMm, Ala, Stiver Tea kW ralsvc ; mis La- ry Orcnlt, AJtmay , III. Setsiatr Xar-kinr. vslu M& j mr Mw S Downln. UmkvfiV, Kr. (,ld -(. ! 8!vr If nniia ease Watrs., ! T1 ; Rt WsU- j 1ms I'eyster, Uilwak. V Whkr A WAiso ; XSJZTiXr LJ XZtZ ); Kdward I. Bk. MUli.Ho MeJod.-m, ! rain fWO; wVm Keiesi K Wm latr, IMrwl. Mien. I Iiam&4 Cla er Sine. rain?3&; Uura:io U j Fr.wa, Chimago, III, lMr ihl tHIntms, i $mot mra l"bariot t V. H-ht. LKti nasi, Rau ! tu, IJUrkermc Uraad Piano, -i Ti, US'! jf tie Rot, raloe 8i. Many nansr rouM s ptaerd m ssvt U. fUit we oWsaasnw wilooet Hmi4an tur uM ram are desired to send us V 4 mrretws wnoa rwwnwhHSt. I PARTIAL UST if ARTICLES to it Sid' Oixe DoIIjli HSrioli. wltbout regard to vajae. and w4 to Ike paid aW kbiil uo Wnov what ym are to recrlve : 10 OilcLcring (.rand 1'iaao. wonn AH0 to 7 " 1 1 EtrplM Roewoo4 rtano " 300 U li Bfaapsnt MesoaVona. Koaewood ostm 1 71 to ' av first nm newma; jaacoutes nu tu T5 Flnr Ol! Paintings to ; H0 Fine nteti lafrav'.iit. franrnd 90 to 1 SO MsWBwxes X, lj ' 1VI nVsolvtcx Patnt Cantor, silver SO to VI Mrver FruM and Cake Baskeu to M0 SrU Tea and Table ftpooat M to l.'il (iuld kuul tne ease Watebes, war'ld V) l ion HiMneaS Kings, ciua. & sin. tv.- SO i in Gold Waaenss b to t to, : Us) ' 1( ! 5GJ SUtvt Watcfcr. to DhiHioeM Pitt, itrooehos and Ear lratst, La dra, Sou of Gold and Coral. Jet and Gold, Florentine, Xosnie, Uva and Cameo; i Studst, Veet.aml Keel it haina, plain and rhas is a k r sna . a t tu uw,q 1MRPi uulu nimoics, iirncts. it w (style I left Iluckleas lld Pco and IVnnla, Work Iioxes, Gold Pens wit gl extension Holders, and a Urge assort- a u .t;i a i ' r inont of Ruo Silver are and Jewotrv of eve- ry dcocription, of the best make and latest i4ylo. i tirST A cbance to obtain any w the above i articles Sir O Mi liOLLAK, Uy purrlming a ! so led envelooe tor 25 cent?.. Fit")e' en- Unofuallil imlueoments otlorut? to Indies ami Genu who will act as such. Our dei criptive circulars will be tent on aprUcatK n. l)istribiitioiH are made in the io?lowins manner : Ccrtincates nainint; each article ana its value are placed in sealed envefotos, which are well mixed. One of thee envelopes con taining the Certificates or order for some ar ticle, will be delivered at our nftlee, or sent by mail to any address without regard to choice, on receipt of 25 cento. On receiving the Certificate the puicboser will see what article it draws and its value, ami can send One Dollar and receive the ar ticle named. Pnrcha.4ira ofourSkl Ecl opos may, in this manner, obtain an article worth from one to live nunureu uoimrs. lmg letters are unnecessary. Have the khidnots to writo plain directions. Orders for Scaled Envelopes must in every cow lo accompanied v.-ith the Cash, with the namo of tho jtcrson sending, and Town, County and State plainly writton. Letters should be ad dressed to tho managers as follows: JACKS0X, CORMSII $ CO. 19.1 & 195 Bhoadwav, New York. TO ALL WHOM IT HAY CONCERN, "VT OTICE is hereby Riven that in ronform- ity with instructions received from the Collector of Customs for the District of 1'aiso del Norte, Inspectors will hereafter be requlrodto pay duties on all supplies Imported for tlie use of the United States troops', whether delivered under public or private contract. J. F. STONE, Deputy Collector. Tucson, A. T. May 13, 1607. 1M BANNING & COMPANY, FORWARDING AND COMMISSION AGENTS, Wilmington. Lc Angelas snd Libcrtsd MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTLSEMRNTS Quartz Machinery. IIANSCOM & CO. JEJtiin,Ii-oii Worlis, South East corner Prcmjnt and Tehama Streets, mv FlHVPlSffi bA:s rRANGISLO. Manufacture superior Mills and Machinery for gold and silver mining. Aug-10 : Coast Line Daily Slafe. Arrangement for 1867. From Loi? Ancrcles to San Fran- cisco In 4 Horse Stages. rpiIE Stages of the Coast Line, San Juan, JL awl Is Aneeles Staee Cotntianr. via San Itaettaventura, Sanla Bsrliara, &au Lonii OM- po and I'sm de ltobl-'. hA Sprltiga. Leaves L .i:ele dully, at o'clock, P. M. l'reprletors. WM. BUCKI.KV, General SuiteHnteixUDt OFl'lCE Belli Unten Iiei, Ia Affe!ei. The Cash Principle KSTAHLISIIED AT LAST. AT M. KELLER S STORE AND WINK CELLARS ; s .met. Alamedi rPHF. ttnderssrned. ltetng wtxr jrmiietly X locattMl in ftan t ranctsco, tor the s tl uawit ailed . rr . , , v ) i)l(S JfrailUt from his " IU4nar Stm" ami " Is Angeles" YiarrarsW. as wetl a tor the tram&rtKMi of a 1 O EN KH A U rlt W AH IKXCi XXI COia- , MINION IH.MNi, ; boas to call tmWie at tent ion to the fart, that I be ns ostJUMtMmd the I AMI PRINCIPLE in hi Uiv at Ix Angeln, w here he pro I." KRP constantly ou hand a htrgo asort c tu Mdl sit mt-ckadrz in hi lino at the ' IV meat of smallest advance an : anFwnMinoiH, tojSUinle and Kancv DUY GOODS, cover IrnoMfnX'lxtKm and eommti.km ; or, will patwhms atid forward for olhsn, at a wominii sson of a yrr conl. m adiantafooutJy as he could for Limai lC lie is also pnepartd to malto liboral Cms advanoro on rooiigomLWts of HisWs, AVooL and other native produce to hi core, ami guaratiteos that his tola will alsow tho hftU market rates. Ou hade -jr Cash or its euisrnient QKQG1SIUBS. Choice LIQUORS, Drj' Goods, Clothiup. Lumber, Y"intlow BIiiuIk, Susli, . Shingle. Iron IIook, Nailf. Rivets. &c. M. -.Native inca and lSraadiet put up IU packages Ut it rHirrha.ci. P I RE WHITE WINE VINEGAR, A. M. KELLER. L Ar.gc-f, Anp lh'"7 16 HT NEWWRRK & CO., vw.ai. deal. r in HARDBAKE, GROCERIES and PROVISIONS. f AKCnr.V ItT-.OCK. 't. nnd O. Mf THWIS Pfl ! I UlflLlllOUIl Ot UU.J ! Foiuv.vuDiNO a royiyiisjsiox LOS ANGELES AND SAN PEDRO. I. JL Xjcvy and Co. Mnin-Stroet, Stn Bernardino, Cal. Denier In DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, ROOTS and SHOES Iron, Hard ware Crockery Groceries and Liquors ami a Groat variety of Genoral MERCHANDIZE. Mar-&-tf I, B. JEWKI.L, tVATOHJlAKKll AMI .1 KWU1.LKK, (With M. A. FnANKLis, Druggist aud Photo grapher,) SAN IIFJINARDlNO. CALIFORNIA. Watches and Jewalry siit by null from Arlioua corclully reialred aud returned. HAZARD'S GUNPOWDER. Mining and Blasting Pow der, $3 per Keg. AT REDUCED PRICES ALSO. rpiIE Hazard Powder Company's Powder X has no superior. ror sale oy EDWATID II. PARKER, 224 California-Street San Francisco, Agent for the Pacific Coast. A ng., 1807. 18 1 DMINISTRATOR'S DEEDS A new form carefully prepare! for aalo at th .MINKR OFriCB, SPORTING POWDER MISCELLANEOl S ADVERTISEMENTS, ALBURQUERQUE HOTEL. JOHN E. MURPHY, PROPRIETOR. South W.st corner cf the Plaza, A LB U RQUE RQUR New M nxico. Alburquerque and SANTA opi'osrrrox link. REDUCTION IN FARE AND rumour. RXPRES6 I WILL run a eaten from SmtU re, and re- turn, ery fostr day, from this Onte. 1 am mi. !'?" iwu mum -or..j, w . l. r. . I- t l t.. piww.g.y. in ixr iwwiea oyer m roa in a lare, cfHomdos eweh. v ith four good an- imat atUebed, in good tisw, ad no Uage on the road except for the accommodation of. Iegcr. j vSck voum mm iMmrge Msruaii, otn I)oyet of the Kanso City and .Santa he lAUt, will engineer the arrangement, under tue Ui ructia of Je Guilerres, gesK-ral ag-nt. Al godone. 31. A. Upe-on, ngent at Albrr querone, N M. PRANC13CO PERRA, Prattnctor. iSPIEGELBERG BROS. Importers & Wholesale Dealers : MEKCIIAXDIZK. in SANTA FE. NEW MBX!"0, Clothing, Jioolj and Shoes, Huts, Groceries, Liquors, HARDWARE, QCBKNSWARR, ote. etc. W. T. STHACHAN & CO. rt T-rrmr . i ci 3U i XJJEJ J-VvD & G-eneral Dealers Soetb Wet Mm of the IHazn, ALBLRQL'ERQL SEW MEXICO. Wll! ll til Vindi of Merchandize, as low as they can he purdiased in tlte Tor ritory. ENLARGEMENT OF THE American Journal of Mining, VOLUME IV, Commencing Jsrly , ; 1 N eonsequcnoe of tlN rotnarkaU suocom py onuntry. At the time of his quiet sojourn A that has attended this Journal, the Pro-1 m St. An street be was an exile and icfu nrifltom loal warranted in increasinc its size re from hh native land, hai ins abandoned i : to i it to ericspe ine pensuty wuicu tue invannoiv Sixteen Large Pages, . d"w ,vft .,,c.ver fads to inthet upon the chief of a defeated or thus making: it the largest nnd most com pre-' minority party.' tensive Mimn); Journal on this continent,! rojuvBentinz the Gold, Silver, Copper, Iron, ; Thk South kk.v Nlgkou Dcaisc Tut Id, Coal. Slate, O.I, and in fact all the Min-: War. Gen, Halnen, fMiles 0' Riley) w.ho era! interests of America, conUininf; beanti-, (hrnrml prominentlv in the 'ate war on the fal cnjratinrs, illnst rating tho latest improve-1 side of the North, in a recent number of his ments In millimr, mining and metallurgical tiajwr, tue New York Cititf, makes the fol machinery. ilowUnj stateneut: '"If Judge Kelly had The Journal has won tiie encotoiuuss of the South during the r, he could not prss of the entire country and Europe, and tpoak of the negroes of the South as if they nutBt-T! among its contributor more crate- ( bad aii been loynl to the United State du ont scientlflc men than any other jwblicatjon ring tho rebellion. The fact is that nincty ln America. ! ftro per cent of toosn were as faithful to tho The rojiorts of the markets in stock, met-1 Confederacy as any average and equal num als, minerals and orua, carefully cwrrected i bor of Sonthem whites. They formed the weeklv. are an iinnnrtant feature of the Jour- oitartcrmaster. Cuniiiu-srv. ordiiiunco and ual. " Subscription SI pry"; for six months, S'2 25, in advance. Specimen oo4os sent free. AddrcM WESTERN & COM PAS Y, Publishers, 37 Park Row, S. Y. JOSEPH GILLOT'S STEEL IDEIVS Of the old standard quality. Trade mark "Joseph Glllott, warranted," or descriptive name aud designating number. New scries good and cheap, from No. 700 to 701. Trade mark" Joseph Glllott, Rlrmlugham, with deslguatlng number. For sale by JOSEPH GILLOTT & SONe, 01 John Street Nw York. Hi-BT Owr.v,,Sole Agent, ,' ' j I'octry of the Irmak. Kendall, of the vn wiiviui i Kaynnr, yuo leels that unle&s the Government adopts more a:tive meas ures against the Indiana cf Tcsaa, the little hair left on the top of his head is in peril while he remains on hw rancho near New' Ilraunfels thus writes : ' Throwing aside as bosh all the sickly sentiments and trifling twaddle which it k faahlonable to indalco in about the Isdiamf, he r-.aily bat a tk of poetry al.out him I mean the prsiric lr,r',an. We will suppose a Und of Cmnanches on a reservation, bound over, as the Government fondly but foolishly thinks, to keep on their gowil behavior on the strength of having their animal want provided for. The deer, ante lope, buffalo, and other game soon is killed oti; within the litniUof the reservation that we ail know ; the yowng braves and hunters haw done this and all for grandeur and pastime. What next are the voting and active men of the tribe to do 1 i will suppose a highly painted and beaded belle among them of eighteen summer, with three sprightlv a'pinuits anxious to draw her off to thei'r blanket and board, such ns they are or it is. She withe to have a caUlorue of their elunt i spread before her before she decides. One stys: Uunng the last moon I hare loafed amt in the shadr, have slept tighten hours out of the twenty -four, have killed two coons and one mule eared rabbit, the skins of which I preHmt you, and won a buffalo tkki in a horse race.' This u h'u schedule, duly de livered, of what he has done, and for which he- hnmblv SfiM tor unit and f. .. 'ft... . . brave come up, and sabraits h'ts case He 1 w : 1. lno. We .lput.i,.t . i i . ' : T- -I - j , have refruwriy drawn Government rations of , nam rK and Lwrf iort, except on wvcral ;occkx; v ast. I r.az and did not ( linuw that the commissary I.ad ojned I titled a jt the other night which was prowling about camp, lmt lost three arrows in : tK rntw which it too r.- two .t t,t The aw was cjooded or I should have killed the animal at Use first thoC Astdnnt Nn 2 atasvla awklc, or roTls hinieotr up i buf falo rob cart isms to fcr. and saiter No. 3 antMsrw form nearfng What have you done during the hurt month T inquires the copper colored fair one I slipped off and went down to the Texas Feltleroents, killed an old. man and two children that I caught oat un armed, sdtde stvtt borae, was pursued, but , mrew mi on on a ooia trail, got saieir back, and here I nan. The bonne I stoh?&re all ' staked in front of your father's tent or wig 1 warn, and there are the scalp,' throwing them j into the evrPR lap. The firt words she would ( ntter would of ecwre bo. 'Come, rtt in this, i botota,' witit tn aeeomKniraents, and it is. ! rwesdiess la that the kxdlag lovers would i left out in ti cokl. S h&l chance would the workers in mete pork, hard sleep, coon ektnm, and wscli like, stand against thrte scalp, and sotch ntoten lres7" BnsiTio JffANrz, tub Presidcst or Mei K3f Wo find in tho New Or 1mm 7 wee tome interesting remniacencei ot lknitio Juarez,, tile President of Mexico. It says: - In the yenrs lH5i'aS-W, and 55, there lited in this city, on St. Anno street, between Dau niHHe and Bourbon, a middle aged, quiet,, dark campieiioned, gentlemanly iienonae,. who, either lv himself or aomtes, con dnetod a stnal) manufactnrv nf riwr.rrvllin. J A very wnajl, select coterie of friend knew - tise hmorj- of this inuividaai, and cuitivaten hW KKtety. Ilis life w that of a student, j a ete-e and silent olf-erver of men and event, 1 and hi habit were those of great simplicity and reserro. lie was a careful reader of tho ' iwppers, and, to gratify his curiosity, a ! freeuent visitor at tho editorial sanctum of I the old Courier, on Chartres and Custom I House at root, vrhm it was conducted br that amiable, intelligent, and energetic citi zm, Bmilc La Sere whom we are happy to meet frequently on the street, in weil-pre-scrvml vigor and good spirits. There was a oardUl intimacy mliting between Mr. La Sere and Ms visitor, and in their conversa tions tncy always etnplovei tlie familiar np prfktion of 4 RmhV and ' Benitio.1 Mr. U here's friend Benito is the same trentleninn , whom recent, and, indeed, jirevioui events have arigned the principal part in the inter- i) Wo. iMre, Prudent of tw nepuh- I lie of Mexico and the head of the party and f the people who have crushed the schemes of t imrriawiimr that atut diulaled and unban- 'f. . . . . . i - i. .t : : -l.l py departments; of the rebel armies work- fng faithfully find iieiveveringly at their lotted tasks although not five per cent of tue I able bodied whites were left at homo to cora I pel them to this work, had they been other wise minded. It i simply a bald falsehood. ' to stieak of the Southern negroes as haTlng i been faithful to the Union or faithful to any thing but the rebellion during the rcccut i civil war." Roy it. Misr-ottTt'NEA A correspondent, staking of the violent death of the Austrian Archduke Maxiraillian, rem&rKs ma?, many of his relatives appear to have suffered griev ous blows of fortune. The Princess Charlotte, wife of Leopold, died in clnldbirtb. J HiT daughter married tho Duke of Orleans, who was killed by a fall from a cab. Their cull drcn wen esjx-dlwl from the throne of France. The Prinoesa Carlotta is crazed. Mario An toinette was executed. Maria Louisa was expelled from France. An orcb.ducb.es? waa" lately burnt to-death. , ' . ' to mis- 1