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i --:r i " - "' i - . . ARIZONA WEEKLY JQURNALMINRER J. C Martin, Editor, WEDNESDAY .... FEBRUARY 3, 168G DEXEXT IS A BOX. A recent telegram from Washington . says that: -. "Surveyor General Dement, having flOne before the committee on public land:, jesterday, and entered a general denial cf the reports of frauds, attributed to him, three correspondents joined in a note tu the committee, asking to be allowed to substantiate the truth of dis patches they have published about him. - They ask the privilege of proving that Dement had made the statements attrib uted to him, and they will be given an opportunity to-morrow. One of the cor respondents claims to hsve preserved the notes of his interview with Dement, and claims they were written on paper furnished by Dement. Surveyor General Dement, of Utah, was examined by the senate committee on public lands, with reference to recent publications which embodied alleged utterances cf his, implicating " senators, members of congress and high executive officials in Washington and Utah in extensive conspiracies to influ ence by their bribery legislation affecting Mormons. Dement dented the state ments attributed to him without reserra- tion." The fart of the whole Dullness is that . it has been discovered that frauds reported by Dement implicated prom incnt democrats and that the SJrveyor general was compelled by the powers that bo to make the above denial and - place himself before the people of the United Suites in the position of a self " convicted falsifier. Another feature of Dement's first statements, too is that the exposure of frauds against the Mormotsl is ia violation of the secret understand- ing'cxisting between the moneyed po s of the Mormon church andthevena- ar.d corrupt leaders of the democratic party. Dement will hereafter consult with democratic bosses before makin any rash statements. CA ITALY LK.llVnmil'S HEATH. The report of Lieut Maus is verified hy the report of the Mexicans themselves . in regard to Capt. Crawford's death, and it calls for a thorough and searching investigation by the government. The Mexican report of iho affair appeared in the Estado de Chihuahua and read a;: ollows: To the Jefe Politico of De Gallado county: On the nth inst. we reached the camp called Tcepar or Sierra del IJavis, where e combated a great num- . her of tame and wild Indians, probably over ;oo, led hy foreign (United States) officers and cter twenty soldiers of the . same kin.i, who exhibited themselves. The fire lasted for one hour and a half . killing four of us, Major Mauricio Cor icdor, Lieutenant Juan de la Cruz, and privates Mamciano Madrid and Luzes terida There were also four wounded Apolonio Spier, Ilerculano Cruz. Our opponents lost a captain, four dead and three wounded. The moment was a serious one and our safety was due to the treaty with them under the war flag of the United States, to which the- pre tended, to belong, after their captain died. I acceded to their terms for the icason given, though they displayed not a sign of legality, as was evinced as much - by their strategy as, by the different animals which they brought and which I bring to prove they were stolen at this place. To-day, at the earliest hour possible, I will start for your city. All ot vshich I have the honor to communi . cats ii )ou for your information. Santa Asa Pkrez. Dolares Mining Camp, January ro,iSS5. TMi.MIMXI..- KLKCHOX. Yesterday's election elicited a greater tiiscusson-of the financial status of this territory than any event. which Xlrfsreccntry occurred. The appropria tions made by the last Jegiilaiure came ;n fur a full share of discussion and i neral condemnation, and many voted . 1 vt the tax j a rebuke to extrava ; "ti. ion. A c'iterly designed t-rtaarc was exhibited in a prominent '. : . wurou! th principal streets rc .iihs; trie $15,000 appropriation for '-" -.ivcrsny. $5,eoo tir a normal school . 1 c 0,00c for an insane asjljm . or-' a load heavier :hr. tax payers . r ,ti-h2 whil? the pur.lic schools were i tee for want of iundv Many who v.-y.id against the proposition expressed llf-atclves willing to contribute by " t ."teatary subscription more than the ". statin; they would have been taxed, had - j special tas carried in order to keep - - The inset piomlr.vnt topicin the 'V " J . T thscusiion r.oevcr and one in . n.ch a remarkable unanimity of senti- ". Tieoiwas expressed was the opposition . J- i-- 'he ornce of Tentorial Superintendent :'obic Instruct-.":: and there is no "" aot that an tfivr: will be made a: thr "" - ifs,ani the i:.slatere to have the - . . -a c aWt-btd. Th sum 0: $4,000 :-. . apjrnrxwtJ 1: the last session for . - s.-arv of iris .cacer, besides per Mtc tr.rhsSipc ct iaticncry travel- tpmse-. etc. tmounting to $;,ooo Vtrfcv or nxac :w the two years. This -' Is,-, preferred claim a;ains: the territoria ";' s-booi fund, and absorbs a very large 7epa:i.tan ol 1:, and the spectacle of an jnicial drawing a lu salary as super- intesccnt of schools whi'.e the schools are compelled to dose for nant of funds is a rather ridiculous situation for the territory t; be in. The American colony iu Paris num bers abut 3,000, but the shopkeepers say it is worth more to the trade of the French capital thaa its 30.000 Germans and iS,ooo Italians combined. KUL'.MI Ttt HAVE CSM It is unofficially whispered, but on what is apparently good authority, that United States Marshal Meade has gone south to secure an additional bond, as a result cf the recent overhauling of his accounts by Special Agent Fisher. A large amount of the Marahal's accounts for expenses of United States court have been suspended, it is alleged, in Wash ington, hence an additional bond is re quired cf him. It is no secret among all who have watched the proceedings of the court here that the exjense has been greater than at any other term of court held in Prescott for years, and in fact there probably was never a term of court held for which the expenses footed up such an cnormou sum. The exact fig ures are not at our command, but the appropriation usually required for two terms, it is safe to say, has been absorbed at this term. Not only this, but the United States has practically nothinj to show for it The government is usually liberal in the administration of the de partment of justice, and stops not at expense in the punishment of the viola tors of the law. But when an unusually large amount of money is expended and only one criminal conviction entered up as an offset to it, an investigation is but a natural consequence. The additional expense of United States ccuits, it would seem, is not confined to Arizona alone, as the attorney general has called for an additional appropriation of $200,000 for the payment of witnesses and jurors. It must not be forgotten, however, notwith standing the increased appropriations, which are called for by nearly every de partment of government, that this is a reform administration, and that the au thorities are determined to have an eco nomical and reformed administration, if they have to exhaust the last dollar in the United States treasury to bring it about the iiikal, .life. communicated . ADREM. Strive for intellectuality As they beacon star of light; Gained through the power of men tality, To be thy buckler of might! To dwell on the imaginary, unreal, fanciful or visionary, is to draw upon the ideaL We, all at times, 'dwell in the attitude of this reverie, which is bot tomless and shoreless, making if, "for the time" a living, expanding and progress ing thing, with the powerful radiation o of the Divine. The ideal life, then should be the life of love,- which is lodged immense and obscure under the depths of human life, even supporting its basis and lowermost foundations. The family should rest upon love, and society upon the family, placing love in advance of everything, then we can seek the ideal; the ideal which can be realized to-day, without postponing it for a better state ot society. One phrase resounds always the same along the scale of life, whether we go up, or down, a single phrase; "I wish for something beyond myself." I wish for too much all! and always. So the ideal ascends, and always will ascend, without reaching its summit. It would have nothing, that is not absolute ly endless, without margin or limit It has a profound instinct, desiring itself in its ascendency, penetrating itself with light, like love eternal, until darkness closes around it, and it disappeats. Imagination cannot be termed a rea soning power, but pertains to reflex per ception, or mental exercise, auxiliary to it Through this faculty we see through the mental eye, and are continually, yearning after things of beauty and ihapes of grace, not content with what we have, but picturing to ourselves things brighter and more glowing than our vision can comprehend, fancying worlds within worlds, and all celestial. Never underrate this power, but educate it with might, to work for good, as a standard element in human happiness. WHAT IIUKDCTTK UOIT liXOVt- I notice some of the newspapers are making no end of fun of a Harvard graduate who could not tell who dis covered America. Oh, well my son, that is one of the things you don't learn in college. I am like the Harvard graduate. I do net know who discovered America. If you know, or think you know a man who does know, I wish you would tell me. I will give some money to learn just that much. I am also way down in spelling class. I cannot spell Shikespeare as Shakesperc himself spelled it I wish you would tell me the proper way to spell that great man's nrxme. I do not know why there are so many gray horses and no gray colts. I do not know whether the egg began with the hen or the hen started with the egg. I can't understand why we can't find the north pole when we know right where it is. I don't know why a matinee should come in the afternoon. I don't know why a man wears buttons on the tail of his coat. I can't see what caithly use an elephant's tail is to him. I don't understand why people in town are always wild to go to the country, and people in the country are crazy to come to town. Why don't they change places at once, and be done with it? I do wish I could somewhere hear of a wise man who would devote a few hours every certury to teaching mo a few simple things that everybody ought to know.and that everybody except myself seems to know already. Burdctte. Assistant Attomry Gsneral Zach Montgomerry has had his say about the appropriations of the -late thirteenth," and pronounces a whole lot of items as void. As the items he mentions arc long since paid, it remains to be seen what the. arch enemy of our public schools will do in the matter. it .uoivric imiiaK-MM-. When Cleveland was elected president the democratic party was jubilant. From all parts of the union there were shouts of rejoicing that after twenty-five years the democrats were restored to power. The united and harmonious democracy was to do great things for the people; government affairs were to move on like clock work, and there was to be peace and good-fellowship as the distribution of offices went on. All affirmed that "icibrrn was necessary" and that the right men were to be put m the right places. These pleasant dreams, however, were but of short duration. Amon the earlier appointments were some that the wiser and more experienced leaders did not see fit to be made. Old wheel horses, men who had grown old in serv ing the party, were shoved aside for dudes of inexperience, lacking capacity to fill the positions for which they were named. And so dissatisfaction com menced, and disafection has been growing from the day the president entered the White House until the present time. Albuquerque Journal. Uoun to Have 1'lr. Jesse Wood tells a good story of a ' farmer whom he saw at the breakfast table one morning in the leading hotel at Nashville. When the waiter handed the rustic the bill of fare, he glanced over it, and remarked: "Johnny, just bring 'em all in. I'm gosh durned hungry, and just got in Nashville." The waiter grinned, and after being gene for a few minutes returned with dishes that made a great semi-circle around the stranger's plate. He counted them all over, and then with a doubtful look remarked: Look here, waiter, I don't see any pie, and I'm mighty fond of pie, too." "aay, mister, we don't set no pie for breakfast at this hoteL Only have pie for dinner." The country gentleman, with a look of disgust, turned to Mr. Wood, and said "Neighbor, this a of a hoteL" "Why?" "Two dollars a day, and no pie." Doc Bamford, clerk at the Burnet House, tells a similar story of a man who once stopped at the Tremont House, in Chicago. He braced up to the hotel countermand greeted the clerk with: "Before I register at this hotel I want it understood that I must have pie for supper." "'Veil, sir, you can have pie if we have to order extra pies made." "That's all right then. I've had pie for supper ever since I was three years old, and I'm bound to have pie now." Cincinnati Enquirer. Too Kcaltatlr. Among others who saw the "Gold King" at the Park Theatre last night was a young man of fair complexion, blue eyed and neatly dressed, who, after taking several glasses of wine at the bar, went up stairs and took the right pros cenium box. In the play, toward the close of the second act is the cue for Hector, the New Foundland dog, to spring from behind the scenes upon W. T. Thompson, the villain of the play, and apparently choke him to death as the curtain goes down. Accordingly, at the appointed time, a large, dark object was seen to launch itself forward and settle with a growl upon the shoulder of the villain. The two fell to the stage, and the seeming struggle with death began. Just at this moment the young man in the proscenium box leaned for ward out of the box and pointing a pistol toward the man and dog, not twenty feet away, fired. The audience rose as one man and made a rush for the street. They thought a tragedy was being enacted. The young man dashed out of the box and ran down stairs. A moment later he was collared. Search revealed the pistol, a thirty-eight calibre. In explanation of the shooting he said that he thought that the dog was killing the man, and he wanted to save the latter. He was put behind the bars. The bullet, which lodged in the scenery could not have missed Mr. Thompson by ovaa foot Nashville Banner. Tlie Fieid ut Honor. New Orleans, February 6. A duel took place in the suburbs of Plaquemine this state, this morning between William Smith and Ben Anselm, two very promi nent yourg men in Plaquemine society, both of excellent families, m which the former was seriously wounded. The difficulty arose out of the breaking off of the engagement between Smith and Miss Marie Anselm, sister of the other principal in the dutl The two young people had been engaged for some time, and were very devoted to each other. A rectnt affair, however, greatly to the discredit of Smith, induced the parents of the young lady to break off the engage ment Smith revenged himself by speaking against the young lady. Her btother came to her rescue, and the two principals met in the neighborhood of Plaquemine. Revolvers of thirty-two caliber were used, and four shots were fired. Smith received three wounds, enc in the frontal bone, one in the fore-arm and above the right kidney. Young Anselm, who was unhurt, im mediately surrendered to the author ities. The terrible effects of the late cold spell in tte cast mil do much to encour age immigration to this land of perpetual sunshine. Eighteen persons are known to have been frozen to death in Kansas during the late storm. At Dodge city. two ycunj, ladies were frozen to death, while passing from their own house to another, on the same street, and two men in a stable were unable to reach their residence, fifty yards away, having to remain in the stable all night Look on that picture and then look at Arizona. Ex. Mtntt car mm Mkipa. There is a lawyer in Boston who is n the habit at times of addressing individi ual jurymen when inattentive or restless, and sometimes his argumentum ad hom inem is effective. Some time ago he waa trying a case against a street railway company, and there was an old sailor on the jury who seemed to give no heed to what either counsel said. The lawyer made his most eloquent appeals, but all in vain. Finally he stepped in front of the sailor aud said: "Mr. Juryman, I will tell you just how this happened. The plaintiff was in command of the outwatd bound open car and stood in her star board channels. Along came the in ward bound close car, and just as their bows met she jumped the track, sheered to port and knocked the plaintiff off and run over him." The sailor was all atten tion after this version of the affair and joined in a $5,000 verdict for the injured man. Detroit Free Pres. According to the signal service all of the cold waves traced out appeared first at Helena, M. T. except five, which five were ft Jt at Bismarck, D. T., before being felt at Helenx They have their origin in the vast regions of ice and snow near the Arctic circle, far to the north of the observing stations. It often happens that a cold wave sets in from the extreme northwest, and upon reach ing the Mississippi valley divides, a part going northeast to the lower lake region, and the other part southward to the gulf states; in either case the intensity ap pears to be greatly diminished. This action seems generally to be due to the suaden development of a storm some where in the Missouri valley. Another frequent feiture is that after a cold wave commences the temperature continues to fall in the northwest, and another wave is for me J ely distinct from the first from which it becomes separated by warm wave; the warm wave is only a narrow belt, but tne cold waves are per fectly distinct This is the situation at Columbus in a nutshell: 1. Lieutenat Governor Ken nedy, the presiding officer of the Senate has decided that the four Democrats from Hamilton County whose seats an in contest, cannot vote on questions relating to the contest The Democrats, to prevent an investigation in open Sen ate, put forward the absurd claim that Hamilton County members may sit in judgement on their own cases. The Republicans are making a fight for the investigation of the Hamilton County frauds in open Senate, where advantage can be taken of no one, and where the truth must come out The Democrats are fighting to prevent this, not to save the Hamilton County Senators, but to save their party from exposure. 3. The proceedings on Monday were orderly because the Democrats desired to reeognize the authority of the pre siding officer and attempted to bulldoze him. Gen. Kennedy, having ruled cotrectly that the four Hamilton County members could not vote on a question of contest relating to their own title, there were seventeen Republicans voting to sixteen Democrats, and no one doubted that underthe ruling (the correctness ot which has not Dcen seriously questioned) the order for investigation before the senate would be adopted. The Dimo crats simply failed in th;ir attempt to intimidate the presiding officer of the senate. Inter-Ocean. We are at a loss to know why the Albuquerque Journal should make the following remarks about our Chief Justice. Will it please give the facts from which it is led to make the remarks. The following is what it says: 'Chief Justice Shields, of Arizona, thinks his mission to that territory is to reform the judicial abuses that, he says, abound. This is the first intimation that has been made against the retiring judges in that territory, and it comes with bad grace from Judge Shields, who is yet a stranger to the country. If he has the honesty and one half the brains of ex-Chief Justice Howard, the people of Arizona are fortunate." "I hear," -rrites Gath, "that Mr. Blaine, in the forthcoming volume of his book, has set Evans in diamonds picturing him as ono of the greatest men the country has ever produced. He takes up the impeachment trial of Andrew Johnson, which he calls one of the most fcolish procedures which the republican party ever entered a piece of monumental folly and follows his description of the case by praising Evarts elaborately. In a chapter not far from this praise of Evarts there is another chapter in a different tone. Its subject is the statesman from the whipping post state, Secretary Bayard. It is said that Blaine has literally flayed Byard alive.' Capital punishment has been practi cally abolished in Kansas. A law passed there a few years since provides that a criminal convicted of murder and sen tenced to death, shall be imprisoned in the penitentiary for one year before be ing executed. It then requires a warrant from the governor to carry the death senteure into execution. At the present time there arc fifty-one murderers in the penitentiary under sentence of death, no governor yet having nerve to issue the warrant for their execution. "Lucky" Baldwin, of California, has apparently struck an unlucky streak iu bis pathway. He courted, deccired and ruined a young lady at Los An4eles, as she alleges. He married another lady and is now sued for breach of promise with god prospects of a verdict against him. Such lecherous, lustful wretches as old Baldwin should be shown no J mercy by court or jury. EiitorialuiMisctllaneuis Items. The Salisbury cabinet was of very brief duration. Gladstone has been summoaed by the Queen to form a cabinet Mexico wants Geronimo turned over to that government when captured. At a recent charity fair in Berlin the Crown Princess of Germany sold small sausages at $15 apiece. Lieutenant Commander M. Cutts, of the United States Navy, died of hemor rhage recently in San Francisco. Donald McLenan, an old resident of San Francisco and prominently identi fied with her manufacturing interests, died recently, aged 68 years. The department of State has directed investigation to. be made of the circum stances attending the killing of Captain Crawford on the nth inst by Mexican troops. Mrs. M. E. De G'er, of Scott City, Kas., has pre-empted land, founded several towns, built several hotels, and established several paying newspapers in Kansas. It is reported in Washington that $760,000 has been subscribed by the Bell telephone interest to drive Lamar and Garland out and down Cleveland's administration. A 12-year old daughter of John Spit ger, of Pocahontas county, West Vir ginia, bled to death last week, the blood flowing from the cavity of a tooth pulled by herself. A Virginia democrat, not satisfied with being accused of two felonies, two straw bonds, two wives who were sis ters and nineteen children, has eloped with a young girL Where post rcutesin Idaho are sublet for a smaller sum than that by which the contract was obtained, the government now annuls the original agreement and makes a bargain with the sub contractor. In the year 1 793 a white rose was planted in England and it produced a seedling. In twenty years sixty varieties had sprung from that seedling, and in fifty years there were hundreds of varieties all developed from one type. The Sharon will contest has been brought to a close in the probate court, Judge Coffe) declaring that Sarah Althea Terry has no interest in contesting the will, and it has been admitted to probate. In Paris the other day a thief, in try ing to escape by running along the roofs of the Rue Trouchet, fell through a skylight and pitched headforemost into a lady's boudoir. The madam's nerves were less hurt than the thiefs head, so the man was caught without further trouble. Charles M. O'Connor, first lieutenant of the eighth infantry, is the poo-bah of the United States army. He is on duty at Fort Brawn, Texas, where he serves in the multifarious roles of post adjutant, post treasurer, post range officer, acting signal officer, recruiting officer and su perintendent of the post schools. Ex. Between midday and 6 P. M. 9,500,- coo letters, packets and post-cards passed through the London General Postoffice on the day before Christmas, while the number of letters delivered in London alone by the first delivery on Christmas Day waj a little under 5,000,090 in other words, a letter a head for popula tion, and rather more. Ths evidences of economy and reform 01 tne present administration appear above the surface from time to time but on the wrong side of the ledger. Attor ney General Garland has asked for an additional appropriation of $60,000 for jurors of the Uuited States courts, and $r35,ooo for witnesses. Referred to the committee on appropriations. The visit of Special Agent Fisher of the department of justice to this territory may have no'speciai'significancelbut itjis peculiar coincidence that he arrived here very shortly after the vouchers f:r the expenses of the last term cf the United States court reached Washington. We have no means of knowing the total amount of expenses but do know they were greater than any single term of court held here for a long time and nothing to show for it except one con viction two pleas of guilty and two unim portant judgments in civil suits. The daughter of Joaquin Miller, the alleged poet, was recently reported in destitute circumstances. To add to her misery she married a poverty stricken actor. We can scarcely wonder at her i misfortunes as her name, "Maud Marie Stephanie Stanislaus Miller Mackaye McCormick," is sufficient to wreck the daughther of a smarter man than Joaquin. A telegram from the capital of Texas says the state treasury suspended cash payments of all claims to-day. About ' 2 o'clock a check for $3o,ooa was pre sented by the educational department for the interest due on the available school fund. Payment of the check was refused, and the curtain was rung down on all claims for the time being. The state treasurer stated he did not know when payment would be resumed, but thought before long. In fact the state is on the wrong side of the ledger to the tune of about $150,000 and not a cent in the treasury to pay it. All this results from the reduction cf taxation by the ! last legislature and which was strenuously opposed by Comptroller Swain as un- wise and impolitic. Treasurer Lubbock i seems down in the mouth about "affairs. 1 The cash balance in 18S1, as appears: from the records, was over $693,000, but ;l has now dwindled down to $150,000, worse than nothing, and with a big bond interest ahead to b. settled in July amounting to $85,000. Mutual Reserve Fund Life Association Total Number of Policies Issued, Total Amount of Insurance Written, - Assets, - . - - - . . .".... Reserve Fund, - - - " Average Daily New Business, - Losses Paid, - - , One Mortuoary Assessment Produces. - Amount invested in U.S. RcfiUtered Bonds "".' ' Amount deposited with Insurance Department, ctrYork, amount of H!e insur M- . v .Ik., company or auo:!itioo iWS'&ia In the United btawj. Gf5f Our ebatiTM for C -r- RSii' nine ta re low and h .If chc a prr t-"an th rte of the old lev-i premium compcie. We hare Git DrO P.ATKSwitaaItB-rIt FL'XD.TTie NET FAFT INGd of the ArSOCU- BRYANT BUILDING, 55 LI Br GUKLEY STREET, Stl ('LI B I1003IS, A , IP- -mrrs-ir mjr ,A MR - - - PTOpr Unexcelled Wmes,"Tiquors and "Cigars WILL ALWAYS BE SERVED TO PATRONS Holme Slade Candies. Manufactured Fresh Every Day Fresh Fruits and Nuts Of All Kinds. Oysters in Every Style. Jules Biumn. CviVi n?r, C s L Prott. Arizona Tlie largest Stock of P1CTU1SJK FMAMJES ray be found a.i ERWIN BAEIi'S I-liotorrrapli Gallerv Successor to Douglass & Stephens, ' PROPRIETOR OF THE Mfl 0.11 I Gurley Street, .Between Montezuma and Granite.Sts. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IX ALL KINDS OE FFesk aeel Salt Meats, SAUSAGES OF ALL KIND Choice Corned Beef and Pork a Specialty ESLCash Paid for at Cattle and Sheep. Jg hidei, pelts, etc, bju nt for ca,v Meats delivered lj all pans of the city and Whipple free of charge. J. Q. STEPHENS. P AO unu urn BULL'SHEA HEISLEU & POE, 0-0 In order to better accommodate in connection with uur ualitorma market, (at bouth Monte zuma street,) the Bull's Head marker., North Monte zuma street, next to the P. & 0. Restaurant, near the corner of GurJey Street, where we will keep always on hand the best assortment the followm;; reduced prices for cash, to which tne attention of the public is called cent J3 " Beef by iilnaqaarter Iteef bT toreqa-rne- H -sfieoraeil 3? " Bwr letn. 15 Usr rump ir,d round. Bf ritir jai- Keer ih: boilla? S Beer sirloin and -anerhouss ateik. IS Beef prim te ideripln and porter IIr lournl anil ch ark tiei:i. I to 19 . , Jlnttnn rjr oArcast or tlde ,1' Meats Delivered to all parts of uoarpctrorn B wfsP 1 1 til Jit law $35,000 143,000,000.00 618,911.63 41c.S50.20 200,000,00 1, 2f 5,000.00 150,000.00 205,000.00 100,000.00 Ion are returned to It members. Able and responsible moa wanted as agent In Ifextco, Arizona and Siiurhern C'.lfornl. send rr rate and V printed loforinsltoo. 1'i'srnd .Agent. Irrf0tr. A.Tlxmm LIT SI, NEW YORK CITY PHOPMETOES. our customers, we have opened and quality of meats, which we will sell at Mutton thpaliterand cacfc chopi.10 Mrtllnn prmi..inpt 15 .lu liamb br st-ie .. .15 .Bl Irfra r wanil luln cliop Porlc bj-jtideorquarter. Fork. ' ki 1'ork un'ajt .. J'nrfcplcS- Baln7v natite. Hrad clurfce 1T lo 2) 17. Uver Pa'Un -1 tfis City an. fort Whioais Eres to BGtn Matxets. i-r-.TriAJlJEL :m W MARKET Capitar Prizt, $150,000. do hmbr ctnlty that apna tb(rr-Bcnrnt for ail MonUSlr aM buue Ixuierr Compaar. and la pcr-oaaia. acand cnntrol tb Drawing, lhrMli7 ad that tn tame ar eoi iaeied w lih tr.f-lrnru. and In rood t lib toward mil maw tje.aid authorise V m ComtBT to mLi r will ntr all Prizes rfrsa-n In Th Tni.i... State fttrrie which may b pretat oar eoantrrk. J.M U-IUU-Y Pres. Louisiana National Buk. MAXUKI, H. KKASKBY Pres. State National Bank. a ..rtri. Pres. New Orleans National Bask yiptece-e nted AttracttQi! tTrfifai LoalsLaaa State Lottery CaapaaT Innrriorated Jn lr& tot St r br th Le U.ator for educational ana t'hmrU-ble parpofM-srlth capital nr$l.o , which anrrrxK tan J ot orcr tM ht since beer aldM. BjnoTer htlmlrg popular toU lis fraia ebUeirai madtt a pan or the present State CouUliotlon adopted December 3d, D. UB Its Gra-.d Slncle Sam er Drawlnss will take place month y I nevetaetles or post POQf. Look atthe follow In DUUlbatlou : l.th iirmm Xeathlr AND THE nmLwrn mm mm La iB Acado-J oi Jisnir. JTs r-a-Tstelajr. Marc la, Wt, Under the penoua snperrUloa sad bi xnvafc or GEN G. T. BEADItEGARD. of LoaiMaa,' aid GEN. JUBA.L A. EARLY, of Yit giai. CAPITAL PH1ZE $150,000. aVatler Tlrfceia are Tea 4!ar aly. Halve, as. ruiiute, Teat its, al. i.tkt or rsixn. 1 CAPITAL PK17K f 'M mo 1M 1 ui.i.i' 1 XUS.E. vrr gangs . . .11 f l.i. tt- ftl - : 1 large prizes of iom. 50 PlilZEH OP Slnoo SU do M Ico do aojQaa JLU OO 200 CtJ do loo iocq ao ao at j Arr-oxTJt attos r-ixra. ICO Approximation Prises ot $ fatal 10) do do Uti HUM 100 do do 730 7jm na Prim, amonntln to. tfmiM t Application for rates to elabs snonld be made only to the oce of the COBiBaajla New Orleans. For farther Information write eleari-, 1t Inc t-U Address. lHt7 . Express Woocy Orders, or New York KxcQanx Is ordinary letter. Carreucy hy Express (mil tains ot to and upwards at our ex pecs) addressed. M. A. BaCrHIV, New Orleans, La. or St. -. BACrRM. Waaalact-, C Make P. 0. Mot Orirs Mfikte asd address Register. Lttttrs to anew eKiAX TiaxA au k Pioneer Shops. BRECHT & THRONE At the Old Stall Uarry a full Stock of all Kinds of Blacksmith and Wagon Materia, and are pre pared to do all kinds of Blacksmith and On Short Notion Agents for theQsborne Iron Mower. A51.... Adams' Self Regulating Wind Mills. PeckStageLine. The sndsrstrnad, proprietors of th GREY EAGLE STABLES. Granite Street, Precot,t Ran stages from Prescott to Ak-aadria and return, once a week, carria passengers and freighL Will Leave PrcMott Every Monday Morning at o'clock, retnrning evny Tuesday di7 SHULL 4; AUSTIN'. New Harness Shoo Wm. Fisher, - - Proprietor Desiring to call the attention of the traTellnjc public, stockmen an- rtneberi that he has a First Class Stock of Harness saddj.es a id Saddlery Hardware. Also prepared h' r p-a itas J n 71 n o i kind. -rirV la T 7i VICIrtaAfU L It i 8EMT FRFF1m-- ""- ! e".- !ror Lai Ziar.Oa . acuan . . lmkv. uUMHe .t T eto the Cctua Stau-. Canning Mrs. James Roach has bought out the RECJ-PTION Restaurant aca will keep the UWes wpplled with .-VLL THE DELICACT-R.q that the market affords. PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL ail Kinds f Gaw h SeasM. D it per week . Waeonwork i s 1 Sar. x rr3ou, ' -V.; . " - 1-r1Wat1ii.... Mir!'