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A nrmirnille , ri iu irr, ilcsuliil tin: ,ntllrtloii ii f Coiilliitloiinl l'rliicliilc. of (!o-riimriil, (t ml the ml vitiici'inrnt of tht IntrrnU nT rvrry m et Ion or At Itoiin. PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS, AT TBESCOTT, -A.. T. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: tOi e cot'T. 0'"' JC"1-! 7 M c0I''i ' month, " fl.OO. One copy, three tnotitlis, i'i.W. ADVERTISING RATES: Half square, on0 llmo f-00! oach additional " Oni sjuaft ""c t,,nci W.OO; each additional liir.' T-'-'W rJi Additional half square ami square, mno lerticinrnts measuring over one-half square 1 he connt d (tint cliartted one squnre. V i.i ml ih'coiiiit wilt lie Iliad to persons eon inning tlic rime advertisement for three, six, or t n months. I'r if .Muual or business earu Inserted anon rram ru'lc terms. 7a' TrHtr Xotei taken at par in jtojmtnt for luii. r jition, adecrtiting andel teorlt. Trrin, Invitrlulil)- In utlvuncc. JOHN H M UDON, 11RXJ. 11. WKAVKR, PuMlrhcrs and Proprietors. AGENTS POR THE MINER. T fu.l'jwins jhti arc authorised to receive p. ,i r l"T iiuo'crlpttoii nuit advertising: i kin A. II. Peoples. Wnluut Grove, n iV-mtwr. Skull Vsllev, .1.11. MM hew ;i3 r ' . J'. Melvin. Ajrua Kr!o, 4. 1'. Osborn. I! , Tii-i' i. If. K. I.erty, Big But:, J Thomas t I) It Poland. I'iijt IlMsavompa, Ji n l' r-on. Postlc's, J. Brown. Tucson, J I' a. n. A sua CalWmt'-, K. . Woolsey. I-n P-r I) K . - llardjvlllo, J. P. BulL Arizona t u M.irtit.. Fort McDowell, P. MeCannon. Officers of the Territory. TKDERAL. iiv.tii'Ji ilWiard C. MeCormtck. Seerrtury. im P T ( irter. AuittuHl Secretary. tlettry H r,rv (Vii Jnftiee.- Wlllbua F. Turner. .Iaiixvi'ciw Henry T. Hackus, Ilaricy II. Cort-i-r Si.rti-vor (irneruL Ijmrm Vou. Mar iW -I iusrcl Phelps. .S'iy. Irutui Affair. ( r jr''' W Dent. Dlttriet Attorney. Vitit. Anettnrof Inlemil wen . I ten ry A. lMgeknr. 't'olu tor Let I Ilasliforil. TBHKITOKIAr Avlilor Jnmn tlmnt, Trtnturtr. Jutiu T. A p. .lrl,Uint nentrtU. U'HIImn II. (iarrln. '-7a'f in "Congrrtt. Cole llafliforti. J'rnM JiiHjtt. J'imn Co. SUoey It. Deloaff. l'iH J.) cj-h II. Tattle. JoAar r. WIIVum I.. HaiVril. l'ah-Vle Co. DflrU M. Tham. l' i.-xu llczfklnh Urixikx. PHOFESSrOXAL CAKDS. J. 1 IIAIU.UA VK, .. T-i-Mvt.' ivi fnT'vcm nit it.i iw Montcruma street, I'rcscott, Arliona. JOHN HOWARD, ATTOUN'KY AND COUNSEI.Olt-AT-hAW. PrcMOtt, ArUona. WM. J. IJECIGS, VTTOHNi:V AND C0UXf5K1.0rt-.VT-UW, (irn i: In Miner Oinee, .Mouteeaina street, Pr Jtt, Arizona. 4t wm. j. jiEimy, ATTOHNEY AND COUXSKLOIt-AT.l.AW, Prescott, Ariaena. 11. W. PLKUIIY, O 'X' ARY X' U Ji X. I O . Prescott, Arlzena. S. E. IS LAIR, Jl'STICU OF TUB PHACK, Orrirn Montezuma street, Prescott. -IvSS G. W. BAKXAKD, J r S T I C K OF T II B r K A C R , Otrn e Granite street, Prcacott. ivK IVr. R. PL ATT, mt(j:m;t and counski.ou-at-law, Orri' i: Pine street, Tiieson, Arizona. IIEXRY .IKJVKINS, noitSKY AND COUNSKLOIt-AT-LAW, Tulmc, Arizona Territory. (J. II. OURY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSKI.OU-AT-I.AH'. tort Houe Hulldlng, Tucson, Arizona. E. DARLT3YG, I'lONEBIt PIIKSCOTT, A. T. R. M EACH AM, V I T CJ T I O 2V JH 13 1. . I atrnd jorsorwlly to tho sale of jiroji- - I CtlV nr rrurf .1i...l..lln.. I ....ln..l..l. M Try Mlhorltl?. .-- uu.irr iiruer- o lioiirL AUHiinmniior. Letter from Walnut Grove. COIUtE?l'ONI)i:NCi: ok tiik misu. "Walslt (laovi:, Nov. 20, 1807. KtitToit Arizona Muii:n: N'othini: of un usual interest has occurred here ince I lust I wrote you. further than that a moru cneral .... O ' 1 sntisfiirtioii jirevails among us as n fanninjf community. Thoe who a short time ago were determine! to leave for Mine new Kl Dorado, are quietly rtauming their former occupations, prcjmrntory to cultivating the soil, Mjlijllml that in the end fortune will fa vor tho hravc. 1 any bmre. for no one who has maturetl a crop hut ha done ao nt the I and Canal Compuny, and that the capital imminent peril of his life. And when we ', tock is and shall be ten thousand dollars, di tnko into conniileration that wo ar Amriean ?'illed i,,.t?.illr 0n4W) Ji'cs of two citizen, anil have ltii invited by our Gov ernment to settle this Territory, and promised protection by the hhjhost fnnctionariea of the powers that be, we do boldly asacrt tliat wc aro the most forpotten, forsaken community that ever attempt! to pnt a hand to the plow. AVe have llrexl nttoit hopes, and manr have fared hardly, to my own knowledge, 1 be Indians borer around m day and night, i ami we mint quietly submit to it ; we are not ' SHtHcicntlr strong to cope with the Apache j nation and jirotect our homes. The hooM of .Tames M. IWrd caught fire recently, ami everything of a cowumeaiile , , . . . nature appertaining to the structure was burned np. Had it not been for Mr. Wert- heimcr, of Prescott, who is an old fireman, .. . . ... . ... vuneiy oi - jHonuer wouk! nare oeen atroyed, ami the loas tronl.1 have been extraordinary. The only thing that stands to-day to remind the passer of the once well known hoase are the blackened adolie walla, which wore coitructed ami reared to their lofty dimensions by one whose fertile brain dctigncd the building for the Capitol of the Territory : failing in the attempt, and being a Capital man, tie followed the Capital away to it present sandy foundation. The Apache boys visited the Reaerration last night, in the abiutce or Mr. Btepbenon, thrashed out hi entire crop of bea, and came to the honm to have a talk with the big white chief ; but lie not being at home, they left in disgust, though giving evWeoces of soon returning again. I would here recom- mand Mr. Stepheuanii to tbenw tht b. as a iwoper person to l at one appointed ndian Agent of the whole Apacha nation. iwium mi imwi, mr pum. .....,. cA'lu Improrement, un every hand, is the ' inot noticeable feature, liouaee arc being j built. AraMrMnr. b.ingcooi.ilete.I ty Mr. j V. lAmbertaon, at hie flouring mill, to he run by water power. He Intends cruching rock from the Dig Kebel, Josephine, and Walwafa. r 1 1 xjrll I I . no amy, Ainrii . iium miiht hw uckii iw Wickenburg for the benefit of hi. health ; he ! give notice tiat be will grind tho Toll and : keep the grist on and after next Monday, un til further notice. JEacxiAM, Jn. Letter from Wiekaabtirg-. caxi:iti'Osnici or tub xivxk. WirKxxacao, Kor. 13, 1867 Kditok Axizoxa Mixer I hare juat ar- i i i.! J . LI 4 turn up, a the officers at Lamp McDowell Ikye4 ine a brelr string, awl force'. fll out mr home on Suit river. It m to sccmm l !" fcJsl "TJT fk m, . t . 1 1 1 ? a A If- nosaiiatuon. forbiddinc tne to cut any. He moved tho road to an almost impacaahle 1 crt'-eiiig of Salt river, about half a mile below my hottec ; they drove their own teams, j llehtlr loadetl. over their road, and even went . so far af. to threatening citizen freighters for Government to depnva them of an urcort, il ; M. Chapman. they inahiteil on crowing near my ho.rse. j Preamble and reaolutiou read by the Sec Sceinr it was of nc lu-e to contend wJUi W!?4 Mlnnte-of hxt .nteUng tho mighty on., I went further away, and dug a well on the Thirty Mile Deort, about twolvo tnilos from tho station, ami succeeded in getting water, which was greatly needed for heavily loaded wagon, in fact, for every body. No sooner did the Quarterwaeter at Fort McDowell hoar of my getting water on the deaurt, than he laid a plan of moving the road two or three miles south of tho well, if I insisted on (.faying there. I have cx jicndud money ami a great deal of labor, which, as it turned out, U lost to mo, as I bad to take what I could get for all the im provement" 1 had made. I am not conscious of having done anything ngaiiwt military rule, and can't for the life of ine see why the irescnl Quartennaator, Mr. Grant, should act so meanly, so low-lived, so unguntlemanly, ami cowardly toward me. Cowardly, certainly ; for no one but a coward would use such threats ami means as Mr. Grant has iwed, with the military to back him, to deprive a hard-working man of tho means of subsistence. Againat the other olfleoni at (.amp Mcuow- oil I have nothing to aay Capt. C. Uarr, os jxjciallv. CoL anfortl gone home, so lot has hhn go. P. MiCasio.v. Smiling Irrigating and Canal Company. I At n niwlint? ol the loratora of the Smiling Cnnal Cotnjmny, nt AVickcnhiirj, Xovemher 10th, 1807, the following prcatnblu and reso lution werr nilontod AitTin.K 1. AVe. tho und-sitfiieil.l.0r..il,i. i ,,ay formed ourw-Ivi- into a Company for the .... . ..f.-l.: .1 i . Iiuriivse ill iuhiiik wiu nivi iroin Hie CUB till 01 of Salt river at a iniint claimed and located hy J. W. fsuilling & Co., Nov. 11th, W7. and ! to conduct the ainc into and tlinith the old I Montezuma Canal or Acequin, which canal or I acifpiia we have also claimed and located for : irri(rf ing and other pnrjijse?. J Aiit. 2. Uefolvcd. J'hat this Company is I nnd Klinll lm It noun mm llm Snilliiii Irrii'fiiin hundred ($200) dollars per shafeT 'M that J . , I a claim shall consist or one ntlietli part the undivided stock of the ComiKiiiv. or embrace one fourth of a mile of the ditch or canal ; provided, that if then- shall be anv choice of lands or sections of the canal, such aid choice lots shall be sold to the highest bidder, and no party or parties shall bid on such lot or lots thus offered fur sale iiiderg he or they hall lie common stockholder in the Comjany jirior to soch sale or sale, and that the prtKls of Mich aale or aalea shall revert " m lc to the common stock of the Company, for the Ufc and lienellts thereof. A nr. 3. Iti-ohed, That the roanaslni board ; of tM" Comjawir shall cuneistof the follow ing I f,4 ",,?of..ttok('??T"? : lat, a 1'remdent, whose duty it shall be to l M xinpi wf tBe Co,nr, and , attend to such duties as may l deemed ne- 1 eeatarr by the Director. 3J. a SecreUry. !. .I..II . I. . .11 t I-.. , --v " i?. "..""r " ' . IJVtlKiZZZ . "Z.ZlZ'.ZlIr . L V. A. T. . H,yrJlLri ","m li " ,!l T. each office. 3d, a Treasurer, whoa duty it shall be to recvive all fund whatsoever be- . longing to the Company, and to account to the Secretary of the Company for the same, i 1 4th. a Foreman, or Foremen, whose dutr it ! hail be to direct all work of the Company, ami to rcfrt to .aid Director, at any aSid! time, whin called upon. Also, the laid Di- rector. sKl liav 1iZ w,r .. itmw n the Treasurer for funds nt to exceed two bun- drod dollar at any and ell tha, anl to re- ccipt therefor to the Traatar, aod to makr requialtiooa on uie majority of tue tompaaj foru,w two hundred dollar. bet. 4. i nat ine mraiar meetiaois or tne fifi J- each month. , Sac 5. That the tern of office for all offl- .cm of this Company shajl ba is saosLha. , . L flT? " !. ZSEJZZ zLjfr .iithememneraof the Uompaiir 0- w. rjsj.e, secretary jav ra. Omct or mr. Sra.i.rso Cjkai. Co., ) rk Twelve member, nreaeat I'noB motion of K. J. TIenslcr. Jr. the house was called to order bf F. M. Chapmau, Kaq. . . -um . . . a j ltaw jr wu .da Secretary- m tern Minute of the SaiHing Canal !K;of' meeting, held Xos ember 1 3th, read by the Secretary, and ar-prnved. On motion of Cha. (. flusker, the follow ing ofBcera were voted for and elected for the ,' term of six months: F. M. Chspmaa, I'rcsi j "Kill, . Kivni, -, , Ramett, Treasurer ; i. W. Sniniaf . C. C. Ctoaker. I). Dupjta, Henry Wkrketrbtsrg, 0 w. rtiison. inrectors. u lumtvu i a. Ilerwley, Jr.. it votoil that an ajtacaanu-nt be hrvied on the capital stock of the Companr of afajht hun dm! dot tars, one half to be paid on or before ! November itd. 1WVT, ami on half on or he- fore December lat, 1307. On motion of .Mr. McJlullen, th. meeting, adiourned until i ( uidock i. M-, Sovemtx r I8U, itm. i ' . - tai F. M. Cntru.vx. President. S. J. llcaraLKv, Jr., Secretary. OmrE or Tiir Sriu.ixo Cax at Co., ) 7 o'clock r. Nor. 18, US7. Company met, pursuant to adjournment. cjle,) to order by the President, F. read and adopted. On motion of F. M. Chapman, a Committee of three was aptxtinted to draft a code of laws ami regulation, for the further well be ing of the Company. The following named gentlemen were apjiointed : J. W. Quilling, Jamca McMullen. G. A. AVilson. Committee retired for fifteen minutes. Hooe caUed to order by the President. Committee on laws and regulations handed in report. HetMwt read by Secretary : We, the undesigned, agree to jwy parties for working out their han sixty-ai.x ami two thirds doflaw (C6n jr month in legal tender i Kites of the United States. (Signed,) Jamb McMi'i.Litx, .1. W. SciLLWo, O. A. Wttsox. 1. Jowirerf.Tbat the time allottetl to work ing men for paying their assortments shall be three months anf two wes4 fitnu tho time of notitkatioH by tlie Foreman. 2. 7AW,That the Directors of this Com pany shall rejvort to Uie Comjxuiy at tho next mee'ting, the number of working men required to further the enterprise. 3. HemJrl, That the working men bo fur nished with the necessary tools and provi sions, in addition to C01 in legal tenders, jrer mouth. , , 4. .Wwrf, That the Directors Miall have iiuii tnrntorv In the nurdiaae of tool J a,l neet$rr proHslon, and lie nuthorizxMl I to aiHy to tne rreatuewt e w vuipv order on the Treasurer of tho Company for funds to procure the crime. 5. HexAitil, 'J hut the Directors f hall he nl- lowed to draw uiwn the Treasurer of the ConiMiiy the full amount of the firnt ment, or such amount us may he in the treas- ry on oveml.er '. lMji. - Hnt the proceedings of thm HW'Ol llirr mill llir tnnlii ii.r.i.iniii I... tmK. -... ..-...m virou3 j.nt lishel in tho Akizona JIi.nkk The meeting then adjoumwl, to meet on December 1st, at the office of tho Comjmny, ai i o ciock t., jflO. Fkank M. Ciiaj'm.vn, I'refidenU Hr S J. HKxai.Kr, .it ftecrelary. Manhood Strnuor.. Tlinro is one apcct of this ouestion of manhood suffrairo that ; ought not to ho ignored. It is this, that so I rapidly are our communications multiplying Willi UioKawt, that Uie tide of ChinoHs which is poitring into California nnd Oregon may soon deluge the Pacific Coast with men who J know nothing of self-government or of Chris- .inifo fse r-eoverntnent or nf Chris. tianity. Jleand in the atm.ihire of catc a ------ and aervile deference, tber urc totally Inca- ' f m."-r '! J."11 "J I-g.lative au ble of appreciating either the character of l"1 lhe sto or Jerntory In which our insUtutions or the niwiiUHtle of a ! l ' wtnatwl: That vote. Are these Are tl.es ihpii i,.wi.-l ' with tho right of suffrage? Are the wor- r r i . . ... y. 1 V ,1 vt u . i XMn , ' ,nw ,0' u ' EL wfLb,e tm, u lie reckoned among the free ami iwleindeut voters of a Christian Hejwldic? I'ractically, that question will be on us in a few day. Our conntrrtnen in Culifomi. nlrwifv fnpr.l uZ .1;-.. sion, for seventy thousand Chinamen u to make up the jwiMilation of ' the Land of Gold.' The Idea m alurtl. Comnwii seM! uv ihM mm nt.l.i t tw. .A...,i ... tlie franchiMf until they are oualhled. Give them welcome; give them work ; protect U.n in their Demons, and in their nmM.rtv : let the shield of the km- be thrown a room 1 them as around all dUaem: but in the making of the laws, and in the ektion of our ruler. kit thm an tolr. nniii h. t, auch couditiom as caiabfrh their tltneMi ftr the high ranwnsibilitiea of aToter.-AVW luUUiatnter' ! a . v. j fJZ,LLJTu "'rTi'TT "S Tj JfaSfc m,' Aew ,,eo.' " Hdt'n f "9!PT ' by heat, and this is efSeeted br wtswNuxiMi I rharcoai with the ore $md MMking them born I toevtber in the furnace oader a atrong blast. ' Tlie blast is given by a large beitows. or, , i . i. i . . - i . r i - i r . , , ' j T" Z ll ullamf ZnmZ vb n. , .i: . 7 jwt or the ore can very well be tmeiUd m ZlTZLZlrJZ i ttna or tmtiJeiarv am mil a. tk team wUiamnr. The exkeaaw X , disuemg and smelting uwee ore amount to , ahmrt twelve dofhus per ton, and the total ; expemos of both mining ami amelUBg to about twenty dollars. The wages of Uborurs ' are much lower in Xew Mexico tlna m Cali lornta and Nevada, therefore thirty dolier would not be too much to estimate the cost of the there. The ore of the Cahada mine t an argentifecost galena of a htue- . olack color, but utnetimes greenish from the ; admixture of green oariMioate of copper, and at outer greywa iron ine preooMunancc ui nlpiuiret in silver Jowxeos's Fiuht. The CMoago TrOxiM ksrinr i-krd if Johnson will iarht hauM-tefc. ment or awpenainn, the Thai thus takes rap the matter : " It rut make very little dinVreace w!iat Mr. Johnson will do, or wnetber Mr. Johnson ; - jii cr will iwi Jtr. 40UIMKHI WIU Si tit. Neither do the De- moo racy propose to interfere to prevent the fight. Mr. Johnson k not their champion. There are indication, likewise, that Mr. Jokuaon regard, the rwult of the October , chxtiona m the Sight of an indorsement or i the Iridential ifilicy. To this the Democ- I racy have no janMbie oojoction. nut n .Mr. minute rejMtrt at the trial, ironi winch it aj Jobnuin upj"-c, or if any one sKpjwses for j ji-rs that in six run over the meaM-red mile, him, that he ill be able to identify the Dom- j the gunboat U'atmrilei, (hydraulic) obtained j ocntie jawty with hi Administration, or an average speed of f),S67 knotc, with forty I bring that jatrty to his MipjKirt. the jierson , one reviihilinti of the turbine, again-t an av i inducing such a .uppunition is wnefully tai- , erage of v,2a"7 knots by the cretv Utats, with I taken. The M)itiral ramjiaigns which have (r7.:C rtrvulutinns of ibe starboard cuglncfi, resulted in grand vicUiriea to the Democracy and lUci.2- of the port engines. The Jfmtt i H"ere not fought iion the jiolicy of Mr. John- mys the hydraulic machinery workid jr j son's Administration, but against that policy, j foeUy and alntuH iwiiselesHilv,'" without ''even i The Iemorracy regard Mr. Johnon as re- so much as a aorm bearing from the tlmoof j nponsible to the jieoplc for this ctate of things, ' its erection " in the hohl of the llWrrtrfrr. mt le. than the jwlitkal jrtv which nomi- noted and eicctetl him. lie h.i fallen lie - tween two stool-i. from which awkward aitua- tion the Democracy do not propoae to recue bun, by fight cKusing either his jxdicy or his Jiuido, the cajHta! of Jaiian, i the largest ami most jtonulous city in the world. It contains 1,300,000 dwelling, and 5,000,000 human 1 wings. Many of the streets are nine teen jannnwsrle In length, which is equiva lent to twenty-two Kuglish mihss. The com merce of Jedilo far exceeds that of any other city in the world, and the sea along the coast is constantlv white with the Mdls of rhip. Their vessels sail to the southern jtortioH of the enijare, where they are laden with rice, tea, sea-coal, totateco.hilk, cotton, ami trojM cal fruit, all of which can flml a readv mar ket in the north, and then return freighted with corn, aalt, isingla1, and various other jiroductlons of the north, which have a mar ket in the south. Ilorrs John Minor Dotts recently recov ered a horse that was olon during tho war; whoroujion tho New York H'urW remcrks : " If Hott wits discon'olato without tho homo, how hapjiy was tho horsa to bo free from Notts!" Not Tiirjtr An old lady announeetl in Court at Atlanta that she "had no counsol, that "God was her lawyer." "My dear inadnin,M replied tho Judge, "Ho docs not jmicticc in this Court.' Town Sites upon Public Lands. Ah Ad for the, Mief the Inlmhitnnit Citiet iimt 'J'vtr-iM vinnt the, J'utJie JjiimIp, It' it tutic'cl Uylhr Snnlennfl fatr, nf ltejy rivnitilitf 'if the. L'nilnl State if Amrririi in Conffttti nsirmlM. 'J'hat whenever any junc tion of the public lands of the Tnited .Statu have been or rhall lie Fettled iijxui and occu pied as a town site, and therefore not subject to entry under the agricultural jue-emjition laws, it shall be lawful, in cae Mich town hall l incorjKirated, for the crjorate nil thorities thereof, and if not incorjf jrsted, for the judge of the county court for the county in which snch town may lx- 1tiifstcJ, tuentJr at the jtroper land oilice, and at the iiiinimiim price, the land so ettlt-d and occued, in trust for the several use and iK-iM-Ht of the occuWMta thereof, armrding to their reajwet ire interarfs: the exemthm of which trwt, as to tho dioml of the lots in wieh town, -.. .1 1 .1... . .... .. r ... I... jwww i tiiemoei ineiein, io oc i j. . . t . amtla "er niio ami regulations C"rT ol the law J lntetMlwl ly tins net to be made shall be made, or a declaratory statement ol the jairjio'e ol the inhabltantft to i nter it a a town cite under this act fchall lie filed with tin- register of the jiroxjr land office, prior to the eommenccrttirit of the jMibtic talc of the body of In ml in which it 1" , included, aod that the entry or declaratory ! hJ' iiKludc only such lands a? is , a fipied by the town ano the title i to h, tb L "' ,1'. J,f ulM I aur.cjed lands the entry shall in Its oe- J'r ade In conformity to tht , gt "'wo ot tne public Un.is autu(,r- ia j v earn vt a. n t- muiji us 1" ' Ullt thousand eight hundred ami twenty; and whera the ibliahitantearti in number one hun dred and lea than two hundred, thall cm- "race ni rxoefling three numireu and tuen- '-v cr? in t-,tete her! th; '"bfbltants f ,nc,b iou ,Jh,B,t,r.0 um,rwl nd I l"fcn anc thousand, Miall embrace not esweding six hundred awl fVwty acre-; and . b -re the numl-er of iohabitants tsuncthou- sar.d and over one thousand, shall embrace not exneding twelve 1 undred and eighty Te ; J'rvri iit, That for each additional one thousand inhabitants, not exceeding fire t'iuand in all. a furthrr grant of thrt-u hun dred aod twtntj acre, shall be allowed : And ftlt frrtbrr, ITOA in aay Icrntory in w a land -flW may not have been thtab liabed, declaratory statement a hereinbefore protkled may I tiled tth the surveyor-gen-eml of the surveying dntrict in which the iaad are Mtuate, u bo ahall tranMnit aid de ratT 4tment to the general land office ttivHiJ, 4lr, Thm nv act of -lrl trueteta not made in coefonnitv to the rules and rejrnlatkm herein alluded to thall 1m T.ld ; effect to be given to the foregoing pro ivOT aemrling to such regulations a may be preacribed ly the ccrctar' of the Into rior: Aeul fr tided further, 1 tut the jimvix ions nf this act shall not apjJr to military or .tbT rrerrvatioM lieretoiote made by the United States, nor to roAervatSons for light houses. eootoM houses, mints or Mich other ulli- purposeii a the intcreat. of tho Uni ted States mar rrouirr, whet 1m-r hehl under nwfT ' kim ikranvh tha ImImi u(Ur lis !!? l.'V t!! derired fnm the Crown of Strain, or other. wie : A-A j nTided fmrtker. That no title ahall be aciiuiml, under the iirovkionsof this net, to any tuine of gold, tilver, cinnabar, or Approved, March 2, 1867. Thc hydraulic propeller Mcarmddp is n-ally beginning to arrest attention in Europe, as detined to overthrow the jrtw;Bt system, baa L.k! another trial in Stokw Day. HngUnd. with two Admiralitr s-retv---leli pitted against her. The l.omlon Tim devotes three cotumaa to tne Mioject, giving n very 1 Doukbtic lxrRuri-ni ix JIioii Ptacn. ' The Cbii-aco IleumUici a : ItoMon cm- j sip apjwMr to hae settled it, among them- selves at lea.t, that the tejiaratkin letwccn Senator Sumner ami his wife is wider than the ocean that ntllti between them. Thet xar the ca-e resembles that of Jodah P. Benja min, whose wife Urnk early refuge in Eurojie, greatly to the 'talk1 of New Orleon, tome year. a?o. Fnrtbermnre, that if the reasons ured against Sumner ami Sprsgiic by tlieir n-fjiectite hitoi eould iie averaged, thcro might be two hastier Senatorial households." PKAnins. Dr. Stone, tho eminent New Orleans phy sician, ami wlto had a larger tirac tice in fever, than eiiiajw any other pliysl cian, dcclarod that jilenty of jiuach orchanls are worth a thousand qua rant iocs for the public health. " No more sHrvv," said the l)octor; "cat jitaity of htewwl jaches, if you would keep ofr indigestion." AVhen N. P. AYillis lost his wife, out of love for her memory, he railed his estate Glenrnary.' A neighbor having met with the same Nilllction, ami equally desirous of keejiing lieforc him the imago of his dear de parted, followed hks cxamjile, and his fsnn U now known by the name of " Glonbetsy.'' Tub total valuation of real estate in Boston is S'io0,000,000, an increase of $24,000,000 ovor lnit voar. The jMttonal projicrty is vaJ- I ned at $10o,000,WJt. .May, r