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I OENERALNEWS. rut: piTir am rorsr or m EVEKXTUlXti VVltllKXT. . . : ." : ( 4 . . T Quill Drops and Pencil Points Jotted Down p.y ' Our Reporters, "Who Are Always on Vie Alert for Any Item; o$" v News Tl nit ifay Transpire. ' Zephcr.-, yam-, and utl fcmd- of Janey goods, Ujt the New v"oik Stoic. (Sovernor Ztilick i- evpeeted to ar rive in thi efty to-nigl-i. Children school -hoe- very cheap, at the New Yo:k Store. It is very cvuufoi table to hae a Move to set bv these eokl morning-. All new a.vte dre.-., good, at the New York Store. One lone drunk wa- all tb,j no chini had to pa upon yesterday. Fine liroeaded .-ilk-, satiiv-, and velvet-, at the New Yoik Stov. The County Couit wa, the .-eei- of l gieat many Ivgal argument- to-day. (SentV utu1rwo.ir sold at M cent i,in the dollars! the New York Store. It is now- y.ated that Tritle wa.-a-ked to resign. Blankets and quilt- very cheap, at I the New York Store. r Bead the notice of re-taurant for jale in another coluinn. Ladies plain and embroidered flan wel underwear, at the New York Store. C. S. Ahhott ha- Mild hi- ranch at the foot of. the Mule mountain.- to Me-rs. l)avi, Coleman anq Connor.-. Ladie- and chil.lren'.- .oe- .-oal ! eheapcr than anywhere elve, at tl ( New York Store. Fred Cattle returned from Final' yesterday after an ab-ence of about eighteen months. Ladies line French, kid shoes and ijlipper.- with turned .-ole- made e.-pre-.-ly for, the New- Ynrly Store. o21tf A new (.'Tiires.s wagon made it?, aji earanee upon the ntreet yc-tierday, ind v ill deliver wood or coal 4 any prt of the city. There are 11 gooc many M ;;iger.- in Viwn, being i-i:piiiioncil lure an wit nesses and trial jurors in the county ;otirt. One or two of our prominent ranch qr tried to down the tiger last night, but the tiger v;:,s too strong for t'fUin, :jnd now they are vvi.-cr but .-edder men. Yesternip-afternoon Hilly Creigliton M'a- suffering from a severe attacks of rheumati.-m, but thi- morning he In completely recovered. There will be n.Mjte social' for the M. E. church to-night at the residence of Itobcrt I'lccle.-ton, corner of Fourth and Hrtice streets, at 7.f o'clock. Ai are cordially invited. The T. M. A- M. Co. have a force of men at work building a flume from the (Jirard Mill to the arroyo hclon; town, and will have it cqnipletcd by tfie firnt of November. Kurt K. Nye, Miss An Nvc, (ico T. F.xtoii, ML- Anna Kxton, Benson ji J. L. Miller, K. A. Price,. Sonqra ; M. Miles, cit v; are regiMered at the Oc-.l cidental hotel. The Knights of Pythian are. prepar ing for a good time on Monday even ing next, having invited all the djffer ent bulges of Knights in the Territory ,V ,, ,, I'lm, l",v v -'v. the initiation, of same twenty-four can didates. Thk To.Mii?TONi .has donned a new dress of IkkIv type mid aicar in uch improvetl sh.ipe that one can now read its contents. Thk ToMit.-TO.yK is generally well filled with local new and is always a welcome visitor to the ranctum of the Citizen. Citizen, Mr. ticorge l)csalier, SniH.Tiniiu:d7 ent of the Odessa Mining Company'. inines, and his bride, nee Mis Minnie Hawks, have returned from Los A11- Reles, where thev had gone to income engaged in that amu-mg pa-time to qne. Oeorge looks happier and more day on Allen street, much to the de qonlentrd thari l,c used to ws. Calico light of tie- m..U boys in that vicm i&aj I itv . "I'iKlil Willi si Ii(r. " Yc.-tirduv Dahlg, en, who o.ir.iyed a party of hunter- down into the count iv, spied a la-ge buck deer. He diew hi- -hutgtiu and .-liot the ileei j behind the ear, stunning the"antleied moiiaieh of the wa-tc." Dalilgiecn ni-hed upon the deer, when the huge buck lai-ed and .-bowed light. A bard fyuuht battle ensued, Mr.' Dahlgicen f getting the woiM of eveiy round. 1 1 - Jcfothcs weie almo-t .-dipped from b'.- body by the buek, and he was pound ed and biui-vd until he watt a- soie as if he had tackled the Bo-ton, pet,. I. L. Sullivan. Dahlgitcn fully vntended gtottica tope aiolind the nee A of the dker and lead it home behind hi-V-agon. Heat lat -iiecccilvd in get ting hold of the deer by the head (while they weie both, on tKe gmund) and thought he cotffl -uccecd in hold i,ng it down. Suddenly the deer, with . hind foot, -truc'f him a te-rible blow in the che-t, lauding him yid a f.iitli ul dog that wa, a i-ti::g Vh". about ten feet away. a,jd :Onn-t knocking ,;!ii in-en-ible. The deer wi- about to pounce upon. Dahrgtecu i',cn Ja-. l'vllaid came JI and filled 4 Dahl green to-day 1- quite -'e from hi beV.ing and vill l'ot tiy to lead a deei h'flie again.-.-(.;':i Yallev Tiding-. 'I'lie l,aI ol" lli-m- Iloi-ri-. Henry Hari.v., who was .-hot by IvJ-ichael Zellci on Sunday moining, between 12 anjl 1 o'clock, di-d thi '.uorning at live minute- fa-t nine. He wa- i-ien-ciou- almo-t up to the time he b.jcathcd hi- la-t, and at fre "Itieift Intel val- diuiii the nijIit moaned : '"Oh, when will fathti come?'' Tho-e who hae In en in attend nice at the bedfide of the or.ni; man .-ay that it -ccnied a.- if he weie kept alive by the hojo of once mote meeting hi father befoie he diet, bitt till lilorn in he ecl limed : "Oh, lam ;;"im:," and immediately expired. Hi- father arrived two hour-after he wa- dead. Mr. Hani- wa.- at Kl 1'a-o. Tea-, whi'L., '.it- received t',-e l;,-patc'; ,,. nnneing the .-hooting and ha- tiavel- ed night and day in hope- of -ccing hi- boy alive. Young Hani- ha- .-aid but little about the .-hooting, but ye tcrday he .-aid to hi- .-i.-ter, "Kitty, it vva-a .-hame the way I wa- .-hot down," The dcta-ed wa- a twin brother, wa- born in thi- cit;. a')'. aged 21 year- 1 10 i.. 1 !.:...- i....t. 1 .wo w ,,.,.,.. ,.. .....R-.... ""'Ucenieboautv between St. L.e:;.-, aid other, have been ci!g::;;:d- today i ,i. o:dei-,.-ho-.e. Champion. finding out further patticuiais 01 the fatal .-hooting. Coroner Clark will hold an inquest on the body of decea- d thi- evening, ai'd the funeral. will t-xke place Fiiday afternoon a:t 2' o'clock. S.iaramcnto jiaper .1 euli:i- i;piui:e. The following remarkable cjiilogue ii at'aehed to a Hebrew iiiauu-crip-, coinmentai"; on the lir-t book ,;f Mo--e?. which wa- wiittcn in Arabia Felix, in the year 1 1'.Hi. The inantl-cript i in the Sdf.ro Library, and the addle. was kindly tian-lated by Albi rt Mitro: 'Completed thi- Torah, which i- the book of (iene.-i-, on the fourth day of the week, which i- the eighteenth day of Tamil., in thevear 1S07 of the Pact Cycle, in the place Alm'clt.il Alcipizar Man .S'nanir D'mar. "May ft he preserve, fpr I'.l and. for l.-racV.- future forever till the Holy Cith Jeru-aleiu be rebuilt. Amen, forever. Se tli. "It wa- written, in the name of the great honorable who i- compared to :m evergreen tree, so mav re.-p-md the ever good (!od. "Saadyah ben M coded, w ho i- know n as AlS'b.ir. May (bxl grant him that lc .-hall study in it, hi- children and ;j- childrenS children, a- it i- written in Holy Writ, 'Thir. book shall.not de . part out of thy mouth and thou .-halt mediate therein, day and night,' etc. Jo.-hua i:8. And it wai written by the bumble, the luni'le-t of scribe-, Mco ded Ikmi Jo-eph 1-en Saadyay ben Jo sejih ben Solomon ben Nathaniel, who is. known a.- U. Hagon Al Chi.-i. "May (iod forgive me for all that I have read and omitted and for all that wa, hidden from my eye-, a.-is writ ten, 'Who can di-cern his errors?' ralm XI:I2 AmenforeviT, Sel i.h. "Bles-ed be (Sod, who a-.-i-tcd u-in granting our request." Mr. N. B. Iaizard, who ha- so justly earned the title of president of the Sa7.ar.ic club, has proved him-elf cajiablc of living a kite, having been OUR' POT- POURI isOc.iL or ash n:i:i:rro utai. xinrs. Items Thnt Please Some, YVhilo It Mal-es the (Vailty Sriuii-m, The re-ilo'-. Paper Always to the Pi out "When There is Anything to lie Foil ml OuL Local yev- is ver -caice t-o-o'ty. Dundee Marmalade, at II. 1. -V.an field'-. The ( ity Council hold theic :e'llr meeting thi- eveiiimc. lioneV-- .-aidine-. at U. 1'. M-ui--field'-. The Ioad o5 Siyieivi.-oi'. vill uu et again on Satuiday next at 10 u'ciViek a. m. '1 he 1 irge-t a. ortiiieut of f.niiey ciackei- yi thi- city jut received at l. I". Mau-lield'-. oet2if Will A. Na.-h, Notary l'ub'.iiv D.vn.v Tovin-roNj; otlice, Allen -fleet, 1k twei 11 Thud and; J;"vuith. The Wal.iipai T'il)tme -ay-: Mi Kate Ciothe-, of J'lag-taff, aitivd fiom her mountain home on Suuday aml a iune! chaiL'e of her .-chool lii-ie Tue-d.iy moiniuu. Mi Crotli-i-r- i- .1:1 a,.ompli-lied vomer lady and no doubt under her able tuition, the .-clejol.at thi- jilace will be a gand -ucec-.-. 'Say," -"aid an ditor'- .'mait lit tit .-on, a- he enteicd a -toie, '"do you keeji knive-?" "(di, ver-," rejdied the -toiekteper "We have kejit them foi year-." "Well, letiirned the hoy, .-tart-iiitr lor the door, "vou oulit t' advci- ti-e, and t:j.-n vou wouldn't keep 'cm -O flllli The tei raced height-of our grand old peak- are bedecked with the vari gatcil hue- of autumn, while high above tiinbei line the lir-t .-now of the -ea-011 l-nd- a .-ilverv cre-t to the : golden hue. below. The toiiri-t or I traveler over tic; ge,it .-uu-.-biiie route ' will not find 'J- eipia!' in point of The tow i" i- Hooded with ommei cial tnivelei- Horn M. Loui-, Chicago, St. .(li-edi and Sap. Ft.inei.-co, -olicit-ing t.vide that should go to Albuiiuer ipic meichant-. A little judicioii-ad-verti-'iig in. tht nev-i).ipcr.- of thi--ecn'oii wou'.il pcrhap- bring botier ic-. tur )s to our neighbor- th.ii.tiie nioi.ev .-pent in railroad fare- to fo-.eigii.mci-chants. Chauipioii. Mr. (ico. Mi arn-. father of Mr-. W. A. Scott of thi- city, lia- beer vi-iting ii tor a few day-. Mr. Mearn- i-a prominent lui-iiu in.ii'.iu San ijian eisco, ami like many othir- finds that Ariona need.- only to be seen and thought over, then our great re-ou.-.. will V,' appreciated. .Mr. Mearn-leave- for San Franci-co thi- afternoon and our good wi-hc- accori!cjy iijii Star. ticn. Atkin-, Indian Cniiiini ionci wa.s at Fort (Slant en mute to San !, Carlo- Sunday. It i- said he i- ac- 'comjianied by Congre. 111.11. Holman of the cotgre-.-ion,il c imniittee and other.-. It i- sincerely hopi d by the citien- n.": 'lt;c-ou that the party w?! find time '; vi-it u-and have a talk with our people on the uidiau que tion.--Star. At the li'dint on- la-.t Svturday evening Judge Berry a-ked the citizen.- there acmhled, to drink to the sentiment that if at the ne.t Icgi-la-t'lre a band of thieves assemble there like at the la-t one, that the new gov ernor exercise the vet.i powc very freely. The scntuiieid-.if thealove i all right, but it came Vxitli W bad grate from Mr. Berry, who i- uow,aiid has ever been, robb'pg the citi.eu- of Tomb-tone. He ija- ;d-o robbed the ;ity of Tombstoiie and the 1 ounty f if Cochise ever since he ha- resided within their lxiundarii-, for be has never jiaid one dollar of ta.c-, ami he has u-cd the courts of this county, which are maintained by the citien who do pay taxes, to rob these same citizens. Don't you talk about hon esty, Judge Berry, for you do, not know what honesty mean,. KtMirI'tflX; BV. 'E'tie ti-i:niii-:liii ol the . fill-.!' Wliole-iile Itiilelii-iMiix .--l:i l!iii. il. Olijeciv.. Pol the pa-t month tbeie have I een Illllioi.- lljtit a new whole-ale butcher a.-ociatior would .-hoitly be ott;an ied in thi- !-tv , and upon investiga tion w-lcai in d that the organiatiou hud been efleeied, and that it had al leady begun to ciiipete with the Tomb-tone A. ociat'ljn, They have lea.-ed the building belonging to Pal mer Seaman-, on Aflen .-tieet, ju-t be low 'lldid, and have littid it up iii good .-hape, making it one of the neate.-t -boji- in the cfty, and at thi ffhop familie-, lintel- and le-taiuauts can alway- "et the choice.-t ellt of juiiiie Auk lie. iu beet and Calif.oinia. mutton. Mr. IIiltv i- the Maiager f the Cochi-e Ca,ttle Compaii.v, and ha- Mr. Spicer, one of the hc-t-ki'own butch ei in thi-Teniti.iy ill aitv.'idayce at the -hop. The Cvchi.-e IJnJ;hering A.ocia tion have -jn tiiilimiti d number of Lit Ameiican beef cattle mi hand, al.-o California mutton, vea'i potk, and everything to be had in a Jji-t-cla butcher .-liop. 1'aitic- de-in'ng the fnie-t of lcei, p.jik and mutton .-hotild not fail to Call at the Cochi-e Itutchcr Shoji. A cliihl can. puiclia-" a- vell a- it- p'l'-enl-, a- the .Manager guaran- tee-the li.'-t ot meat- .nitl-iuH weight. I Judge John Ander.-oti and wife of Nogale- aie -topping at the S.m Xavier. Judge Ander-o:i i- in tlic banking bu-im-. F.on, him tlje , Star ka.n- of the b.igbt out',.., of the.itvo.t!.eliju.. A.i.ne:i!,geom - pany h.i- been o:ganied, giouud for the -ame i being giaded. Thiee -tack- will be put up at once, two for -il'.er and one for copper me. 'I hep- i- a probability that the rail mad .-hop- and In adijuarter.- of the . Soiiora i.tilroad will ! moved to No ' ga'e- oiviecctuit ef tbe unhealthy ';, I ititloi ,01" Ou.iyma-. lliilge -iiiitT.-on think-that the all-important thing for Tue-on i- the cun-tiuction of theTuc--yn and Calaha-a- railioad, a- he think- a l.uge jiatt of the Sonoia trade would come to thi- place, a will a.- a part of the Nogale-i bu-iiie . 1I k rring to t'jc gi neia'.- ou.t"iio'v a'. p'o-perity in Pima county, Judge An- iei.-m state- that dining - twenty year-' ic idence ill Aiioia lje had j bound will take hrjakia.-t in Yuma, nevci kno n the oujli.ok t , 'ji more 1 on the 20th . encouraging t'j.in at the pie-ent, a-1 Ceorgc TUpjlow I;,i.-forwarded to the -tiingi iicy of the jia, t'o vcar.- the Po-t Otlice Dcpaitiucut, at Wajh h. id forced evciythjcg dov.i'. to bed- j ington, hi- application tor nppoiut rock, while the re. iiieiatio:.lad been ' ''ent a- po.-tma-ter of Yuma in IhSS. .-low. It ha- found a peijnaiicnt ba-i.-, aril the teal value ol oi.r ie.-o:irct - :, 1:11V.' beieg te.-ted am! deve!opcil iu :, legitimate way; and that while the depelopiueut of jiro-perity will not go f'lt ward vvit't a lmoi.i, it will advaui e with -tcp.-whicli wjlbnot have to be retraced. "Thc-i vicv,-, e.re. ed b one of the pioneer- if Arizona who ha.-followed the tortui'i.-of Arizona, tlnough forti::i aril misfortune, ougljt to be v,-orthy of con-ider.itiiui. ";t-ir. im- In Siii!:i 3.:iKe. l,a.-t Monday H. K. Kvans, well known -i thc-e part.- a- one of the pioneer, m .-,111k the lit-t w-;i in the vicinity of Caljco, left for the Soda Lake mine-, where He will- sink a well and open a provi-ion store fo- the benefit of the miner-. He ha-mining intere-ts out there and has ;l strong faith in tke futuie of the ,amp. He ha- a two-hor,-e Wg which he will u-e in carrying pa.-,ciiger.- between Lud low rai'ioad station and the mine.-, and al-o for the purpo-c of hauling .-'ipplie-. On the following day Frank Kigg, left town with an eight-bor-e w.igon loaded with miner-' suppllc-, which will be u-ed in the development of hi, mine-. But little work has been. done on the mines in that region, the .-bowing-, though good, being only pros pective. Hi-a good region for prospector-to gotc if they have good out-lit-, but the miner limiting for a job had better May away until there i- a demand for lalwircr.-. Calico Print. Mr. Ja-. Kenned v, agent of the N. M. vr A. II. B. Co. at Contention, who went eat some time since, is exjiected home next week, anil will bring a hand-oiiie and aecompli-hed voiiug lady uith hill! as his bride. 'I'lie Uiiiiuiiilii Haiil, i.V As Tin: Daily Tomustoxi: fiom the oMt-et h.w ipin-ed the .-eheme- of land halk- for tV benefit of the jieo ple, we have taken the pain.-to look livtT the n ciud- of the county and .-ee jn.-t how much title Foidyce Hopei of (ico. (. Herry ha- to the .-urface of the Mountain Maid piopeity.and we mV.-t tay that it is all in favor of the -ct-tb'i-, and a-the attie-i who me now Hying to eject the hone-t .-ettlej.- will have to give bond.- tor co-t-. etc. w'ich ha.- never been done xvi. am. which i- veiy necc aiy, a the jectioi: ijr.oK'd below fiom the Coinjii.ed Law.- (jf Aii011.1 : Section ."il I. When tin plaintiff in an, action ie.-ide.- out of tl. Territoiy, or :'r a foreign eoipoi.itiou, -cctuity foi the .o-t.- and charge.-which may be awai-led agaiu-t .-uch pliintiff may be ieiiivil by the defendant. When icijuiicil, air pioccediiigi in the action -hall be -t. i i-d until an mulct taking, executed by two or nioie pet.-on.-, be filed with tie (.Jerk, to the effect thtt they will p:iy ,nch co.-t and charges a- may lie awaidedagain-t the plaintiff by judgment o: ui the piogie.-n of the action, not e.ceci!ing the .-11111 of three huudiej doll.it-. Anew or an addi tional undei taking mav be ordeied bv j the coin t 07 judge upon pi oof that the -jiiginal unjleitaking is iii-iitlicient ' -eeiintv. nil!. procccl!)ig- in the ae- , ! ! ! tion ,-t.i.ved upjtiT -uch new or addi- ti.onal, itn.ib'ita',iirg be t.vcutcd and filed. We "(one t'.'iit t'je cifirns u-lio ;1ic :;:feie-teiVin the Mountain Maid titles - """ "" Pu riei-.-iomuer to Ule ,vhwl :'r'tl ,!"'t vi"!' will, f.,r we kn"W f""" w,Ml v"" Km' . that I. ..t t . .! 1 . . the Mountain M iid ha- no title to th -urface giound ? 11111:1 licm, . Y.H1M 1 Stiitir.el.l Fiom now uiijii i'i't lime Yiim.i po c-vc, the fii'cst c'.imate 011 e.uth. Over eight caiload-of '.'.eight weie s'ljjuied up the rivci by Yuma mcr-cl.an.- !att Sajurdav. We wai I t v,ai ii, pci i.oining to Y111111 to hrij'g theii bl.mj,et-. You will need them heie if 110t.it home. Tie- (Seim.m loloui-t- for. the l.i-rdo colony arc expected ljt'io about the tii t 0! Noviiubcr. Won.'t Yuma conn to the fmnt.' '.t i- iiiniored that the p.icnger tiair,, change -o that the 1.1-t-bound , tr.,i wjn take -tippei. and the wc-t- Thuilow 1-a Republican and wants to have hi- apiheat'oii in on time. Mj (S. W. Norton prc-enlid the Sci'tiiic! with a llirge sweet potato, rai-ed in hi-yard on Bailroad Avenue, that weighed four and a halt pound-, lie ha, a 1 H-ket fuli.of t'll" same kind, and sav - that from one potato planted tin ic, which never ha.- been hoi d or hibid, he will have 1,000 pound.-. W!jo can beat thi-? F. A. O.i.-e. ".Jin p'.tad gui'ly and wb.ti wa, -cntenecd to Yuma pn-ou for two year-,.-ir.d who w.i- hioiigbt back to te.-t'fy for the d fen-e in the ca-e of l',e Tenitory v-.Lathroji, wa to day after giving hi- ictilnoiiy, or dered by the Curt to be remanded to the county jai'.'aud that he should be indicte-1 for perjury. The Aver Li.mber Company having icceivcd a large order for -qtiare tim bers, will not ciO-e down at present. The facilities of this company for turning out -peeial bills and more par ticularly dimension.- that are not kept iu .-toi.k, are un-urpa-.-id iu the wc.-t. Champion. (tii.- William, .-ay- that notwith--tandiug the pre-encc of Porker and other gentlemen, that he -till ha., plenty of that which cheer.- but doe not inebriate. (in.- William- bason evhibition.it his saloon, a -mall bale of cotton, which wa- r.ii-ed iu the garden of C. D. Kcppy, on 1'ir-t street, and is a tine a, can be rai-ed anywhere in the Cnited States. A choice lot of dried fruit of all kinds, at K. P. Man.-licllf.-. Fine Tea, and Coffees a specially, at B. P. ManMield's. Try a hot tie of Old Korre-ter whi key, at IL P. Mansfield'-. Pickled pork, ju,t received at B. P. Mon-tieid'-. C01111I y Court. Ho:,. Wriis-.i.ii Silt it Countr .tucU.-"-' .(). W.iii..cc i Clerk Tn:-i).vv,()ct.i!0.1SS.i. Minute of la-t .- ion read 'and ap proved. ' Tetiitory v-. W. F. I.athrop, grand larceny. The following jurv wasempaiinelled and the cn-e went on for trial: A. C. (iale, Kd. Hvhns.r. W. Smith. F. .1. Taitcny, C. F. llino, W. W. Woodman, Muily Long, D. S. Miller, .1. 1. .Shanghue-y, M.l'eraisch, .). W. Sheph.ud, A. D. Meachalii. Several witne.-.-cs wciu t'xamincd on both .-ide-. After the te.-timony of F. A.Ca-e, a witne.-.- called by the de-fen-e and who is now under two years vuteiu'c fot grand larceny, the Court onlcicd .ibl Cn-e lemanded to the. 1 ountv jail, and that befoie he is taken back to Yuma he be indicted for per juiy. A.- we go to pic the defendant, Latlirop, is on the Maud. It is ex pectid the ca-c will go to tho jury thi eveniji;;. oi mv ies:'oi(i. Tbe following in-trument- have been jled in the otlice of the County Uec oyler . WK!I Ol ATT.VCHMl.M. L. Lcvedthai' ct al. v.-. Pidvvell and Sitmiii'ii.-, fiir ?i:si. una. 01 .-via.. ' Abbott to W. 1. Davi-, X. I). ij.i I,. .it v oieui.in aim .1. i onimr, ine iroipiois mine and mill-ite-; -i-ltX). co.v-TAIiia:'- ji:i.i. Ben James to A. Foitloui.-,the Stan ton r.tiuh, In Coelii" county ; 2b"i. ii:i:is mini:-. Andy Ame- and K. T. June- to ('.. Abbott, the Iioquoi, mine and mill--i'e, Cochi-e county; ."jOt). novo Of Hilton t Co. to cany on the hu-iiv of whole-ale butcheiing iu Tomb-tone. AH IIIAV1T Of C. M. Hooker, of Wilcox, a- to to amount of beef slaughtered for -'cp-tember. A. II. Linanuel mid (Seo. Parsons came iu lo-day from A-h Canyon. Ju-t received a vaiiety of preserves. . in gla-- jars, at B. P. Man-Jie'dV. 1 (So to the Fountain for lunches, and g(t Holland hei ring, pig's fcet,Swi-, and Limbeiger che .-, lamb'- tongue, Cavier. etc. Open dav and night. oct2()-2w 1'iir S:ile. One of the leading tir.-'sclas- re-taurant, in thi-city will he oid reasona- bit- if called for soon. The reaon, for -iliingarethat the p iprictor has to make a tri; e..-t on hu;jne. ami does not know when he an return. For pirticul 11- apply at this ollice. o21tf Some I'rault Couli-wiiiii-.. "Our i niedie- :" tinri liable." Dr. alcntilie Mott. "We haveinultiplieii disca-e.-." Dr. Hu-h, Philadclpha, "Thou-and, arc annually slaught ered in the suk uhhii." Dr. Frank. "The science 01 medicine i- fciindcd on conjecture, imjiroviil bo murder.' Sir Astlcy Coojier, .M. D. "The mcdfcal practice of the pre 1 nt day i- .ilbur philo-ojiliical nor . common -en-c.". Dr. livan-, 1-aliu- burgh, Scotland. Dr. Die Lewis, who abhor.-drug-as a rule and practice- hygiene, i- frank enough, however, to say over hi-signature, 'If I found nivadf the victim of a -eriou., kidney trouble, I should u-e Warner'.- -ate cure, because 1 am -ati-ticd it i, not injuriou-. The med ical profe.ioii stand,, helple-.- in the iie., -nccof more than one .-uch mal ady." An o'd proverb say.-: If a person dies without the service., of a doctor, then a coroner must be called in and a jury empanelled to in ,uire and de termine tiwon the cau-e of death ; but if a doctor attended the ca-a, then no coroner and jury are needed, a.- every-, body know.- why the per.-od died. Medical Herald. oLS-lw Attention. Sturcltt-fpcr. Me. rs. Cadwi II A Stanford have for -ale, at a bargain, 2KH feet of new. redwood -helving and counters, all,! seasoned and oiled. Al-o one giMHl', tin-proof .tiv, and otlice furniture.. Will be .-old at a bargain for cash, if called for at once. C.vinvi:i.i.,v: Sta.vi oi:i, ol"tf Allen Street. . - IVsiu tcl. A lirM-cla baker.one who can take charge. None but a sober man need ajiply. A good situation and good wage- will be given to the right man. Call 011 or addre-s the llclin-e Bakery T omb-tone, A. T. .