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The Market. Saw Francisco, Sept 10. Wheat Quiet; No. 1, $165; No. 8, 1.60; extra choice, $1.67. Barley-Fee-, f 1.27K1-32K. brewing, $1.85 1.32; chevalier, $!.401.5O; firm. Oats Weak; extra choice, $1.C5 1.67; No. 1, fl.50l.G2Ji; No I, l.501.55. Corn Nojinal; yellow, fl.tO 1.73. Hay Steady; $1218. I'otatocB 75c $1.10 Bmn $19. Wool Unchang d. The President. Washisotos, September 19. The T,i,i,.nt nd nartr arrived last night.' Herder nd Hnlclde. Atbaxa. N. Y.. Sent. 19 Alonzo Cash aed 48, shot and mortally r,l his wife, ilinnie. aced 17, near DoormatBvillc yesterday, t then killed himself. Exnerted Troable. Omaha, Neb., Sept. 19 -Two C om panics of the Ninth Infantry having linen cilHflcn 1v ordered from lorr Omaha and Sidney to Salt Lake irWiiKrrijctnirumor that trouble with the Mormons is expected dur ing the approaching election. Powder Explaslon. San Frwcisco, September 19. A Snntn Pruz dispatch says: A small mill of the California Powder com ii n this mornine. E Tufts. the only ow.urant at the time was killed. Eight hundred pounds of jfiaat powder exploded, filling the air with fiying timbers and breaking windows in the neighborhood. Indian An". Ir. Washingtos. September 19 Scc- ntnrr TV1It hns decided that In dian police may be furnished w'.th revolvers for the better enforcement of their authority, but the custom of supplying tbcra with improved breech-'oaiin.? rifles will be discon tinued. No rifles and no fixed am munition for breech-loaders Kill hereafter be placed in the hands of any Indians by tne Department. ThcVmlne Klectlona. Acgcsta, Me., Sept. 19. Official returns from all the state except six small plantations cive a total vote of 138,175. Robie receives 72,554; Pla isted, 63,756; Chase, 1,298; Vinton, 262 ; Eustis, 305. The Republican candidates for Congress are elected by pluralities little in excess of that of the Governor. The Republicans carry fourteen of the sixteen coun ties : of Senators, twenty-eight Re publicans and three Fusion; of members of the House, 103 Repnbli cans ana iony-one r usiumsia. Steamer Disaster. CoixiKOwooD, OnU, September 19. D. A.Tinkis an l Christine Morrison are supposed to be the only surviv ors of the wrecked steamer Asia. Tinkis says the ste-.merwas crowd ed and collided with a vessel on Thursday morning, sinking in twen ty minutes, iur-e Doais leu me sinking steamer; the one in which Tinkis got had eighteen on hoard. Many wore washed overboaid and Others died of exhaustion. Tinkis and his companion finally d ifted ashore near Point Barry on Friday morning. There were about one hundred persons on the Asin. Mtar Rants Busmen. Washington September 19. Pro ceedings have b'--en begun by the Government on the property of Capt H. W. Howgate. The prospect is that upwards of $100,000 will be realized from real estate belonging to him in this city. t Renewed" interest is created in the Star route affair by the denial re. ceived from Brewster Cameron and H. A. Bowen, of having approachrd or offered a bribe to Foreman Dick son to .convict defendants. Impor tant developments are looked for this week and the prospect is not at ail assuring to the parties who failed to support the Government at the crisis. Blaine JBIa Civil Service Re form Opinion. Chicago, III., Sept. 19. The Tri bune published an interview with Blaine, regarding the attack made on him by the New York Evening Post, on the subject of civil service reform. Blaine claims to be a bet ter civil service reformer than Carl Schurz, the editor of tte Putt, and refers to facts in support of his claim. He condemns the Mabone movement and thinks that Virginia should received aid from the gen eral government, as she suffered more than any State from the war, and was dismembered by the cutting off of West Virginia as a war measure for the benefit of the whole Union. Killed Himself. Saw Francisco, Sept. 18. G. Ij. Dillon, a farmer, aged 60. committed suicide yesterday, at the Lapier House, by blowing out his brains. Cause, despondency. Vanenhower's Denial. Washington, September 18tb, Lieutenant Danenhower presents a card denying the newspaper reports that he had unfavorably criticized the action of Melville and says that their personal relations have always been pleasant. Consrretnlated. Chicago,' Sept. 19. Hon.. Jr.mes G. Blaine, who arrived here yester day: from Omaha, was on 'Change tats afternoon and spoke briefly of the great growth of Chicago since the Chamber ot Commerce was builti ten years ago. It was then criticised as. too large, but now the Board are building another hall, which shall be large enough. He referred to his trip through the five great northwestern States, to their attachment to Chicago and the com manding market which this has be come, from which the whole world get its prices. The speech was in Mr. Blaine's happiest mood and elicited hearty app!ause. The Union League received the ex-Secretary this evening. One thousand invitations have bee1- is sued. The reception will be entire ly informal, though a large number of eminent gentlemen will attend.No political significance is attached to the aflVir. Yellow Fever Hpreadlng Boston, Mass., Sept. 19.-Four deaths have oceuired from yellow fever on board the bark Arthur Wade, now quarantined. Capb Hknrt, September 19. Yes terday morning the Italian bark Gal ilco, bound lor Hampton Roads, passed here with yellow feve abrard. Four persons had died BrownsVillk, Sept. 19. A large portion of the city is still inundated The river is still rising. Seven new cases today and one death. Matamoras, Sept. 10. There are still fifty to seveiny-five cases here, with several new cases daily. Prnsacola, Sept. 19. The out look is worse than since the first yellow fever case was reported Twcuty.seven new cases are bullet ined. Brownsville, Sect. 18th. Th water is still running on the streets. Twenty-two new cases of fever and one death. The fever on the Mexi can side of the Rio Grande extend: from Matamoras to Reinosa. C aiurgo and .Mier; on the Texas side it only extends nine miles abov here, to Point Isabel, with a few cases at ranches in the direction of Corpus Chiisli. Washington"; Sept. 18th. Owing to the increase or yellow fever in Mexico, it having appeared in seve ral towns along the Rio Grande, the contemplated removal of the uppe Cordon, extending from Laredo to Corpus Chri sli. will not be made and additional guards have been eta tioned at the river crossings opposite the infected districts to prevent its further introduction into Texas. Guards are also placed, around the infcc.ed camp of refugees, and for forty miles south of Corpus Chrlstl on the Brownsville road. Brownsville, Texas, Sept. 16. The river is rising; about one-fourth of the town is under water. Twenty. two new cases but no deaths with the fever. The sick at Fort Brown are doing well. One death at Point Isabel to-day from fever. Six deaths at Matamoras. Our mornings are very cool and the days hot, which causes many relapjcs. Galveston, Sept. 15. Twenty cases of fever at Fort Brown. The troops are moved from Camp Smith ten miles down the river on a high bluff. Prnsacola, Sept. 15. discs today- reported, eleven ; deaths, two. The fever continues to rage in this city and destruction and suffering are on the increase, while the means for its amelioration is daily growing more and more inadequate. The National Board of Health refuses to make an adequate appropriation and aid from outside is scarce. There are eleven new cases and about one hundred cases under treatment. Medical men have been taxed to the utmost. Corpus Christi, Texas, Sept. 15 Four cases of yellow fever are re ported at Mier, Mex'co, introduced in gforls from Matamoras on the 11th. Refugees are going lrom Mi er to Monberg. Brownsville, Sept. 15. Thirty two cases are reported, including re- apses and intermittent cntci. No dt-aths. Galveston, Sept. 15. Reports are at hand showing an outbreak of y fl ow fever at Requoca and Hidalgo, Mexico. News from Matamoras gives six deaths in the last twenty four hours. The fever is suddenly and start.ingly increasing. There s a slight increase of cases here and the disease is of a more deadly char acter. War la Egypt. Cairo, Sept. 19. General Wool- scley and Admiral Seymour, are con certing a plan for a simultaneous at tack on Demicttaby land and sea. Abdella Pasha has surrendered. Alexandria, Sept. 19. A troop of Indian cavalry will leave Cairo to-day for the purpose of scorting the Khedive from Alexandria to Cairo on Thursday. The ministry of the inetcrior will transferred to Cairo to-morrow. Abdella Pasha, commander at Damletta, reqnested that a officer be sent to inform him of recent events. This is considered as foreshadowing the surrender of Damictta. The British. Occupy Cairo. Port Said, Sept. 15. The Eng lish advance guard arrived at Cairo by rail. They wero received enthu siastically. All persons of rank concerned in the rebellion made submission. Arabi Pasha and Toul Ba Pasha arrived at Cairo lai-t night. They are both virtually prisoners. When the English troops entered Cairo all the enemy's magazines were blown tip and all ud movable tores destroyed. Alexandria, Sept. 15. The Khe dive and !?ir Kdward Malet, British Consul General, will proceed to Cai ro as soon as the road is open. All offers of submission must be made to the Khedive no ninally, but by ac tual surrendei to General Wolseley. London, Sept.15. The War Office has received the following telegram from General Wnlseley; "Benha, Sept. 15. General Lowe has occu pied Cairo. Ar&bi Pasha and Toul Ba Pasha have surrendered uncon- i Li on ally. Ten thousand troops at Cairo have laid down their arms." The following additional dispatch has been received : "Cairo. Sept. 15. Arabi Pasha and Toul Ba Pasha are both confined in our guard room. will now change my base from Ismalia to Alexandria." Peruvian Towns Sacked. New York, Sept. 16 Peruvian advices via Panama say the cities of Fdun, Janjo and Htiancnyo were sacked by Peruvian cnerill:is when abandoned by the Chilians. Natives and foreigners alike suffered. Many were massacred at Concept ion. The Chilian garrison, numbering seven-ty-five, were finally annihilated, af ter killing about three 1'Ondred as sailants; their wives and children were butchered, but the Chilians re captured the place and executed all who could be found concerned in the massacre and burned the town, lynch JLaw. Wjlliston, S: C.Sept. 16. Lynch ers hung h negro named Nathan Bonnet and . riddled his body with bullets, lie tried , to rape a little girl. lie confessed i ian. Republicans in Hew York. Albany, September 19. The del egates to the Republican State Con vention are gathering at Saratoga, and the convention will open tomor row with near'y a full representa tion. The preferences of the dele gates elected give some intelligent idea of the' probable action of the oouvention. Two things seem clear first that there will be no nomina tion on the first ballot, and second, that the partisans of the Federal Administration will not control the organization of the convention. There are now six candidates who have delegates in their favor: Gov. Cornell, Secretary Folger, Congress man James W. Wadsworth and W al ter A. Wood,, ex Congressman John H. Slarin, and Gen. John C. Robin son, who was Lieut-Governor under Gov. Dix in 1872-'74. Nearly all the delegates except those for Folger have either been instructed for the various candidates or have announced their cnoicc. With few exceptions those for Folger are uninstructed, should more properly be classified as Administration delegates. They were elected through the influence of ihe Federal Administration, and will vote for Folger or any other man the Administration may select. As Secretary Folger appears at pres ent to be the Arthur candidate, all of the delegates . of this character are credited to him. The convention will be composed of 496 members making 249 votes necessary for a, nomination. The contest at Sara toga will be close and exciting, and the result in doubt. The attempt of Arthur and Conkling, aided by Jay Gould, to prevent the nomination of Gov. Cornell, and to dictate the nominee of the parly, has roused a very bitter feeling threughout the Slate. Reports come here from all sections of Republicans who declare that they will boli the ticket if fol ger or any other distinctively Ad ministration candidate is selected. Senator Warner Miller, who favors the renomination of Gov. Cornell, and who will probably lead his forces in the convention, says: "The Ad ministration is aiming especially to get control of the party machinery If it succeeds, the Republicans will see a power controlling their organi zation and exercising a supervision over the pettiest matters and the pet tiest offices such as has never bean seen before in this country." This s an Administration that thinks about the offices and. nothing else. The real significance of the contest has become apparent as the canvass progressed, and although Cornell may be beaten, it is believed that more than a majority of the dele gates will unite against the Adminis tration candidate for Governor. If, contrary to the present indications the Administration should prove ' victorious, it Is not improbable that an iudepcrdent movement simitar to the one in Pennsvl v.mia may be tartcd. Melville and Danenliovrer. j New York, Sept. 16. Willi re- gard to the recently published re- i ports of bad blood between Lieulen ant D:ineuhov.'er and Engineer Mel ville the hitler this morning, in re ply to an inquiry, said: "I am very much pained at the publication.;, for ; they arc entirely without found i- ; ion. There is no bad blood between Danenhower and myself, and has never been. We arc as good frie ids as ever, and any statement to the ontrary, by whomsoever it may be uttered, is false. I was specially as signed to the command of the whale boat by Captain DeLong himself, a fact whic h Danenhcwer fully recog- ized aud acted accordingly. If he felt hurt that he should be super seded by me he never showed it in any way." Melville said he had never written the Navy Department complaining of Dancuhower's con duct, but ou the contrary had praised im. He did not believe that Danenhower ever made a reflection pon him; that his words were mis construed and misinterpreted. The bscnee of the Lieutenant from the Dclmonico dinner last night, to which he was specially invited, has aroused some comment among mem bers of the reception committee. Accident in a St ne Quarry. San Rafael, Cal., Sept. 16. A frightful accident occurred in tne stone quarry at Point Jran Pedro t"iis morning. Particulars later. Robeson dominated for Concrras. Camden, N. J., Sept. 1G. The Re publicans of the First district have nominated Geo. M. Robeson for Congress by acclamation. . The Britten Team Win. Creedmoor, Sept. 16. The Unt il won the international military tie match by the following score: British, 1,975; Americans, 1,805. The President. New York, Sept. 16. President Arthur arrived at the Gram Central depot at 10:15. He was metjbyhis carriage and was driven at once to is house in the city. Killed by a Stray Ballet. Auburn, Cal.. Sept. 18th. At a Mexican dance last night, an alter cation occurred between Black Jack and Antonio Garcia, who fired sev eral shots with a revolver, inflicting wound in the neighborhood of the nee. A stray bullet stmcK a Doy named Ayers, In the back, inflicting fatal injury. Garcia escaped. Marqniw of Lome. San Francisco, September 15. Last night the entire viceregal par ty, under the escort of Chief Crow ley, Captain Lee, and a squad of Eome twenty-five policemen, explored the mysteries of Chinatown. The party spent over an hour in that quarter of the city, visiting Chinese restaurants, theaters and temple. They expressed great surprise and pleasure at the many novel sights presented by the town. Tornado on the Mohawk. Albaky, N. Y., Sept. 16. A terri ble tornado swept through the Mo- awk valley this afternoon. At Mundcrville a man driving a load of hay drove Into a barn to escape the storm. The barn was blown down and the man and team killed- Se vere thunder storms have eccuTred ong the Iludson railroad. The track t was flooded aud telegraph r bU'cked. -The Queen's Physician Dead London, Sept. 15. Sir James An derson, physician extraordinary to the Queen, Is dead. Nebraska. Omaha, Sep. 15. The Democrat ic Statr Convention met today and nominated for Governor J. Sterling Morton. The YVlne Cap. Cincinnani, O., Sept. 15. The Re publican convention declared in fa vor of submitting an amendment for the regulation of the liquor traffic. Melville biivrn a Reception. New York, September 15. Eu gene Melville, of the Jeannctle Arc tic Expedition, was given a public reception at Uitg Hall to-dy. The Flyers. Boston, Sept. 15. The Blanchard $10,000 trotting race for horses of the 2:17 clas-t, at Beacon Park, was won by Edwin Shorne in three straight h. ats. The race was wit, nssed by over 15,000 people. riie Women. Washii.gton, Sept. 15. The Women's National Industrial League effected a permanent organ ization. Among the honorary mem bers elected were Peter Cooper, Gen eral Rosecrnns and Wm. Corcoran. A letter from Rosecrans, expfessing sympathy with the object of the so ciety, was read at the meeting. Train Captured and Officer Killed. Cn.TTANoOGA, Sept. 15. Sheriff Case and Deputy Conway, of this county, today took the train for Knoxvill with John Taylor, a pris on the charge of murder, his case being on appeal before the toupreme Court. About seventy-five miles from h'jre, at Sweetwater, some men boarded the train, killed the Sheriff and Deputy, and took charge of the train. They left at Simmon's sta tion, with the prisoner, and escaped to the mountains. Lumber Mill Destroyed. Toledo, bept. 16 Hits morning a fire in the extensive lumber mill of the Mitchell & Rowland Lumber company entirely destrtryed it. The fire spread to the large piles of lum ber with which the yards were filled and thirteen to fourteen million feet of lumber were consumed. The loss on the mil is $100,000; insurance, f 60,000; on lumber, $22,000, w hich is covered by insurance. Nearly all the insurance companies represent ed here are interested in this loss. Telesriiphie IKotca. September 17. Tomb tone, September 16. The following card from William Milli ken, one of the seconds in the Ham ilton-Pun) y "duel, appeared in the Republican this evening: In this morning's issue of the Epitaph ap pears a card to the public signed by- Edward McGowan. In this conuec tion, permit me space in your j ur- nal for publication of the following statement: " The articles of agree ment for the Ilatuilton-Purcly' duel were arranged Jby Judge McGowan and myc!f, acting respectively as se conds for Messrs. Purdy and Ham ilton. After the articles of agree ment were drawn up it was aurecd between Judge McGow in and myT self that I should procure a new pair of Colt's 45-calibre pistols for u-e in the premises. This I did, pureha.-ing the same at the store of P. W. Sml:h & Co. The weapons were identically alike ami came from the same box. The pistols were in my possession until we ar rive at the dueling ground, wlu n they were produced by me, in the capacit3' of second for Mr. Hamil ton, and Judge McGowan was in vited to take his choice. He exam ined both pistols and expressed him self as perfectly satisfied with them, and making choice of one took it to his principal, Purdy. In a short while he returned and pioposed to take the other pistol instead of the one selected first ' by him. His rc quest was granted, and it was fully understood betwien Judge McGowan and myself that the fight should take place with these pistols. At this juncture, John Sevenoaks, who was acting in the capacity merely of an altern; te second for Mr. Purdy, and who had taken no part in any of the prior proceedings, objected to the weapons for the reason that his principal was too weak to pull them off. He then produced a pair of pistols, with the statement that Mr. Purdy had never handled them. My colleague, Mr.- Burke, then spoke up, saying: " These pistols show marks of conant use. As to Mr. Purdj 's not having used them we tave nc thing but your statement, which I don't consider sufficient. Judge McGowan then said: "What shall we dot" I replied: "Judge, here are the pistols p rocured as p-r our agreement, and we are ready t fight with them." Judge McGowan then said: "My principal positively refuses to fight with those weapons." Mr. Sevenoaks then spoue up,saying that it would be much better lhat the fight should not take place; that Mr. Purdy was a family man, etc. and a reconciliation should be effected. Mr. Hamilton, who was lying .on the giound at the time, overheard th.s remark, and rising, positively forbade me to compro mise the matter in .any way, adding that he had come forty miles to fight, and closing w'ith the remark: ' Billy, take any pistol they furnish and I'll fight with it." I objected to this, telling him that his seconds were looking out for his interests. I said then: " Judge, what shall be. done?" He replied: "We won't fight with those pistols," meaning the new pair. I replied : '-Well, tL it settles it," and Judge Mc fowan took his priucip;il off the ground . My principal aud his seconds re mained on the ground for half an hour longerj thinking the other party might reconsider the matter and retu"n. The above, statement is correct in every particular. (Signed) Wm. Milliken. Hartforp, September 16. A ter rific hurricane passed over the vil lage of Winstead this evenin r, de stroying ten houses and five tarns mostly in the northwestern portion of the tallage.. No lives were lost, but se eral persons were injured. Anna, 111., September 16. Sam Hazel, the murderer of the little gir1, Mollie Dalton, was last night sentenced by Judge Browning to the penitentiary for ninety-nine years. The trial occupied a full week's time, half of which time was spent in securing a jury. Topeka, Kas., Sept. 16. An en tirely new and well defined move ment to defeat St. John's re-election has been originated, and the effort Will be made next week. Some of the best and leading Republicans of the state are at the head of it. Sept. 16. Wallace Wcodworlb, a prominent citizen ot Los Angeles, is dead. The model political platform of the campaign was unanimously ad opted by an Ohio Congensional dis trict. It read;: "Resolved, That we will beat them this year." Tenne see has twenty-five copper furnaces which Urn out 2,6 :0,000 pounds of copper annually. The Calumet & Hecla mine, of Michigan produced 414 more tons of copper for the first seven months of 1882 than it di.1 during the same time in 18S1. Drifts going north and south at the bottom of the Hancock mine. Michigaa are making available lode matter, whicSt is more heavily charg ed than usual wi h mineral. The copper ores of theOsouras, N. M., are unequalcd in ricnne;s and In quality, and could water be found in sufficient amount would become immediately available. A U. S. mining patent was issued cn the 7th of this month to Hiram W. Hoag, David S. Criswell aad Francis Hine upon the Dean Rich mond lode in the Tucson district. VULTURK IETTEK. Ed. Herald: The man who says that woman has never invented any thing should listen for a few min utes to the sewing society. When I was seated at breakf.tst the other mor ling the waiter said to a minister who is p?rtia!ly deaf: "Grat e, sir." Deaf Minister (complacently) "Ham and eggs." W. (very loud) "Please s;ty grace, sir." I). M. (emphatically) "I said ham and eggs. I could not help but grin, and all around the loom had & jolly g. od laugh. Attention is called to the fact that the man whh the heaviest gold chain usually has a silver wa'ch at the end of it. The Democratic club is nerving itself up to wrestle w th ihe great question of the da-, "When a woman and a mouse meet which is the most frightened ?" Erin Rangers met in froi.t of Knox's saloon lat night for their drill, when Cai tain Traciy gave the company a faw encouraging words, in this wise: Boys, we are working lor a good raua the land f r the cultivator of the soil. Loud cheers. I am down on landlords and landlord ism." Some wug in the crowd yelled out, "You are a landlord yourself didii't you buy uh use the other day?'' The speaker hud to stop for a mo ment to spit, when L eutenaut 'Glo-'-lyn called for onler and the speaker went on : Gintilmin," said he, "that fel low knocked the spe ch clean out of me; ut I have a few questions to ask my company. First Lieutenant, S'iind up. But wlut am I about? You are up, 'ci.use you can't sit down in the street. What is the em- blem of England, Ireland and Scot land ?" "The rose, shamrock and thistle, sir." "Correct. Second Lieutenaut, who would fight for the rose?" "An Englishman.'1 "Third Lieutenant, who will fight for the shamrock?" "Any Irishman bep-d, and that's what we are traiuiu' for now. be abers." "Well, Mr. First Sergeant, who will fight for the thistle?" aLd be fore ihe frereennt bad time to an swer the Captain some wag at the outside of the riug said, in a loud, squeaky voice, "Jimrson Wiiesol's ctiddie, bcrlad." The whole congre gation, now in a roar of laughter, broke in a run, and Ihe company went home, forget ing "right and left." I went into the Jemocratic club of this cily last night and wo had a good time; Mr. Polander in the hair, w Inch was fiiled wi;h bono anu dignity. The first quest on wus how to defeat Judrc Porter. The Chair stated that the best way to fight Is to make false matches. Now you all khow that the Judge re signed the Judgeship. Well, we can fix it up you know tbat the Judjte resigned because . he was afraid lhat the charges against him were true and he was nfmid of an investigation. One of the members, a little wiser than tne others, said: " Mr. Chair man, you have to consider the two sides of the matter. What can you say of the second law of thought?" Chairman "Nothing can both be and not be. For example, the door over there must be either shut or pen it Cii't'; both be shut and en." Tom C'orwin Young man, don't pay the minister over $20. You will need all your currency the first time Helena puts her dimpled arms around your 12 inch neck and tries to trade off two kisses for a spring bonnet. An army chaplain relates tbe fol lowing funny story. Seeing a ditty faced urchin on the fence in front of a house in Georgia one day, the preacher stopped and asked: "Is youi father at home?'' "No, he's gone to church." "Is jour mother in?" "No, she's gone too." "Then you are alone ?" "No, Sam's- in thar, hugginr the niggar gal." "That's bad." "Yes, it's bad but It's the best he can do." Arizona Exhibits an Hisotrical Prodigy. The aged man tells his experience He lives among the "hills of Gibral tar" that fortress like rear themsel ves in imprr gcable shape from the great valley of Casa Grande, in Ari zona, which stretches from the Sil ver King on the north to Sonora line on the South. He says: "My memory of incidents relating to this particular country and the anteced ents of its peoplo are vivid, as im pressed upon me iu a most lasting manner bv the clashing c-f elemeu tary violence that seamed for a time to annul the promise of the rainbow and inaugurate a reign of deluge so severe and sudden as to bring to ruin and desolatiou a section of country that once bloomed in ihe fragrance of rosetic hues and graced the valleys with far reaching fields of grain. My dates are pt ior to live livisof American historians. Shou d I name the specified era of Aztcciun government under which this pros perity existed and final disusiet oc curred, I should excite Ihe venom of seme fogisdeal fogy, who pteiing over tne records of ancient times shall diseluim the existence of such such things in the past or even an tpitaph of substantiion whereon a drowning scribe, seeing the flood gates of Heaven turned upon him hastily, seized the chalk of inscrip tion, aud. reaching higher than the wav' s of inundation, wrote upon the peaks of Gibraltar: "A profligate people have brought a retribution, and the flag and government of the Aztecs perished in a sea of ai quati cal ai.ger." The reporter here smiled at such an eloquent impromptu inscription as paying a high compliment to the newspaper men of the Aztecian age and reflecting creditably U on the fraternity at large.' The eutlcnian coloring slightly, proceeded: "It wasway hack in the seven'een hundreds and the lime or day was noon, and the historians of those times were asleep. I was at work in my father's garden. As quick as 1 teli it there wus a dark, canopical cloud upou us and from it came wicked, tizzing lightning, fol lowed up by instantaneous volcanic thunder, as if ihe combined a rli Ho lies of the Sedan army were iu masked activity. Upon this tornado of sound' came an av..lnuchical waterspout that seemed to contain all the water and elements of des truction that was left over from the days when Noah quit his forty days of housekeeping. All lhat was beau if ul gathered in a conglonie rate and indiscriminate mass upon tlie waves of destruction, and the daisies and daffodils were alike mix ed with the good and bad, and the roofs of Aztecian houses along with the contents of the Aztecian mint loomed up under the flashes cf lighting as whales in mid ocean. Vesuvius and Etna and the descrip tion of the gates of Infierno are miniature when placed comparative to the horrors of that sad day when one million five hundred thousand were launched into eternity, save one, and that one the aged man who now relates to you the traiispir. ations of the d -ys go: e before. My escape was miraculous, owing to presence of mind. Seeing at a glance what was up, I tore from the garden gate a large block or her of silver, such as mining companies ship per express during the present age, and which we used in those davs as gate weights. I lashed this securely to my body, so that I would not be washed away ; but I was taken along like a bobbingifiVh-line, and whilst in a vortex of mental misery as regards that bourne from whence a weary traveler never thinks of returning, I brought up against the highest peaks of tho Gibraltar, to which I clung with a tenacity of for one's country and na tive land as would surprise cyen a pollcian of 1882. I stand today a living witness of that fearful cri.is, A refuter of opposing historians and with the remaining landmarks f those eventful times, 1 shall nullify the utterances of every doubting Thomas." The reporter hire smiled a bland smile, and 'the aged gentleman sus picioning there was d.niljt manifest ed, called for a vindication, mid re pairing to the sanctums of newspa per row, faced such authority as the Boomerang man, tlie Laraminian, the Ilawkeye man the Burl .ngti nian, and the telegram read in onen sc. siou from Twain the Karki:onian. Vindicated the Aztecian Recorder and placed hor$ du combat every literary prairie chipmunk that rai-eil his op posing head only to dub it down again. Denver Tribune. Denver Exposition. Mr. McGregor nlso showed us n Indian idol, cut in stone, horrid and ugly. The idol evidently belonged to the Jesuit age, ns a cross is paint ed on its buck with mineral paint, showing Hint in spit. of Catholic teaching by their Spanish masters they still worshinped their stone gods in secret. The god belonged lo the Pueblo Indians, but is now owned by Mrs J. C. Wi-.ter, of Georgetown. W"e als.) saw a stone cup. of gre:it age, evidently used for'a lamp. The stone is very much decomposed in the country rock porphyry; was found fifteen feet below the surfp.ee, in digging a well. The geodes and cryslals in this cabinet arc surpassingly love'', as also a piece of white mica, im los ing a bcautiful'y delicate leaf form -tion of gypsum. Standing in a frame at Ihe eiul of he cabinet is a most won.Jerfiil ; ic ure, in talc, found imbedded 100 feet deep, and a pcrlect photo of he mountain in which it was found, while sinking shaft on the McGreg or mine. Some time in the long ago it must have been under water, and the nitrate of silver, or perhaps iron, in solution took the impres sion, sediment deposited thereon preserved it, and finally, at the great upheaval, it rose in Ihe heart of the mountain, to remain there till the latter part of this ISineteenlh century. Mining Review. TE BItlTOBIAL SOU !S. Tom zona. Fitch has returned to Arl Tucson wants a public library Does Phoenix? A big effortis be'ng modi to bring Calabasas to the jront. Fine ore has been struck in the Apache mine, in the Santa Catari. na. Tlie Albuquerque papers reach us at Ihe same time that we get the Tombstone and Pre-cott papers. Camp Wo d miniig district, about forty-Sve miles west of Truseo't, is excited over a rich strike of silver. Purely, of the Epitjph, hns been arrested for currying concealed weapons and discharged on the ground that he was about leaving the city. A young son of Adam Fc-'-tt, of Ferguson valley, recently stepped upon a rattlesnake and was bitten deeply, from the effects of which he died in a few minutes. The Santa Rita copper mines put oat fifty ions of ore per day mid have u forty-stamp mill and twenty-ton fuma.-e. The Clifton copper .mines have been sold to a Scotch compnny for $3,000,000. Themir.es ii.clud d In the fale ate the Longfellow, Coio nailo, Queen, and the Metealf roup. GLOBE SEWS. Upt n intelligence received by our officers that Cicero Grimes had been pr. vided with the necessary tools to m:.ke his escape, a dilligent search was instituted ycjterday according ly, and iu different places around the jail and under the floor wore found the following articles, which had evidently beeu passed through the window to him : a bull-dog revolver two small files, a pocket-knife ai-.d a saw. which lutler tool was construct ed of a serrated watch spring set in a piece of board. He had bren making some attempts at filing his shackles, lut had only succeeded in freeing himself of one of them be fore being discovered. Additional precautions have been taken with him and he is now securely chained to a stake i i the center of the build ing. On Tues lay last thera were twen ty-one teams loa ling copper at the Old Globe smelter. As thi is uo: an unusual occurrence it should set at rest doubts as to tl.e future pros perity of this camp, and as the facil ities of this mint for producing cop per ingots are to be doubled by the erection of an. additional smelter, an. I the Long Iiland Company nd Buffalo in full blast, the Globe camp will take position in .he front rank. The following is the report of the Old Globe Copper Company for the week ending t?ept. 16: Production 94,270 lbs- Total pro ;uet 1,026,540 lbs. Shipments 167,880 lbs. Total shipments 900.81S lbs. Ou baud 116,733 lbs. A gentleman just from Camp Thomas rcpo.ts about a hundred Willcox teams on the road to Giobe. The main shaft of the Ma k Mor ris mine is down 700 f e!, and a force of rr.cn are drifting at the sev enth level. The La Plata compauy ii timber ing the working shaft an-I will be gin sinking as soon as the hoisting works are put up, wh'u h will be in a few weeks. Ihe boiler rr the en gine is on the road from Wi'doox. How t'leear Found IVattr in The painful intei est now attaching to the water supply of Ah xandria has led Dr. Saniual Cromptun to call av.ention to a passage in Ihe writing of Lord Bacon be v ing upon that -ubject. "Dig a pit," says the author of "Nviim Organon." "upon the sea-port somewhat nbove high water mark, and as the liJe comes in it will fill with a-atcr fresh and pota ble. This is o.mmon'y praetictd tiDon tlie coast ot uarnary wnere other fresh water is wanting.'' Lord Bacon refers briefly in confirmation to the experience of Cte-ar during the Alexandria war. T'-e ,uc:iieut is told Willi more detail in "Com mentaries Httributcd to H iritis. The General 01 the Egyptian troops was Gar.jmcde.who made great exertions to deprive the Roman troops cf their water supply by ihe introduction of salt into the 1 aunls su; phi'ig ihe cisterns of ihe quarter of the town held by them. When the bruc i-h-ness of the water became increas ingly known there was omctliing like a panic. Some blamed C;enr for i.ot :;t nee retreating to the. ships, while others were afraid that si.ch a sueh a s'cp wi-uiil lead to further mischief, sii.ee she r- trogade mivtu-ent iov.1-- not te concealed from Alexandrian tr- o;-s More over, in the part in which the I. mnn tn.ops were stationed where many iuhabitants charitably sup posed to be lavorable to Ciesar and his tortuncs, but whose fidelity was not to much assured. "All who know them," in effect says Aulus Hirtiu-, "will be convinced that they are most suitable instrument iu the world for treason.' To allay the lears of the soldiery Ctesar assured them lhat they could easily find fresh water by digging wells, since seacoasls nulurnliy abounded in fiesh springs, and Ihut if tl.e - oil of Egypt uilteied from all the others in that rested theic was the open sea ai d access hy it to Pnnvloniurn on the left and 10 Pharo on the right, whence thy could obtain supplies, lie counselled them to abandan all thought of retreat and to seek safety in viclury aloue. The soldiers were reassured by tbe words of their great leader. The centurions, laying aside all other works, devoted themselves to the digging of the wells, and the labor was continued by day and nigh,'. So vigorously, we are told, was the undertaking prosecuted that during the first rignt abundance of fresh water was discovered. "This," says llirtius, "the mighty projects of the Alexandrians were entirely de feated, and that wilh mt any great effort on our side." 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