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SATURDAY. HAY, 7. 16S7.
The Act passed by the last Congress
increasing the annual appropriation tor
nupplvingarms and equipments to the
militia, provide in its second section
that the distribution to the Territories
and District of Columbia shall be made
under euch regulations and in such pro
portion as the Fresident mar prescribe.
According tbo resident has issued
the following regulations governing- the
Firt-Eiich Territory shall, if includ
ed within the provisions of said Act, an
nually receive arms, ordnance store,
quartermaster' stores and camp eqmp
2xe equivalent to the quota of a State
having the least representation in Con-
Second Arms, ordnance stores, quar
termasters stores and camp equipage
ahBll be issued to Territories pn requiai
tion wudeby the Governors thereof, and
to the District of Columbia on requisi
tions aDproved by the senior General of
the diMrict militi in the manner as re
quired by Sections 3 and 4 of the Act as
before referred to in the case of States
and Territories, ,
rri...jtua fnriii.liri to make issues
1UI1U LI .-t ' .
n s'ntna and Territories m excess ot the
nmnnnt to their credit, under provis
ions of Section 1.1C1, Revised btatnles,
as amended by the above Act. The reg-
hv President Fierce
April 30tb, 1S58, under an Act approved
Murcn 30, ISoo, are uereDyrcvua.cn.
Ocb delegate to Congress can make
himself a reputation that will abide
with him forever, by a successful effort
to secure government aid in sinking
artesian wolls; in making surveys of our
watersheds aud storage facilities, and in
constructing mountain reservoirs for ir
rigation water storage, in this Territory,
These are matters of internal improve
ments that should command the con
Hnn of the River and Harbor
nomrnitteo and a recognition in their an
nual appropriation bill. It is bs much
benefit to the government and particu
larly to the people, if a hundred thou
eond dollars are spent in Arizona to de
i.. minna nf hrin e-ini? nrospenty to
)UVU Uibu-J w- -
mnnVhannv hornas, as it is to "improve
ir.f r,f nrwk-t that can never be made
unviable or mud lagoons that are call
ed harbors. Such improvements are of
practical vilne to a oountry and are of
.n.,or,t rlmrni'ler. fiDtl WOrlUy OI
O Ciwuukui ... r
the best efforts of our delegate in Con
gress to secure for onr people.
rrrri".- ihi rnmmission of crime IS
made to lecoivo its penalty with a 6Wift
unerring und unsparing hand, the crim
jnal business of onr courts will drop off
to the adjudication of the Bmall offenses
with only r.n occasional investigation of
deeds of desperation. The greatest se
curity of life and property is nffoided by
the certainty of the penalties of crime
being indioted upon tho perpetrator?,
and when buoh deeds trnnspiro as that
on the railroad near this city a few days
ago, every effort withinlthe command of
the law should be invoked to bring the
guilty ones to their merited punishment.
The moral effect of their prompt dispos
al is a safeguard from the perpetration
of like offenses by others, "We hope, for
the good of our country, that these bold
robber? will speedily meet tho fate they
have sought und that their example will
forever deter others from imitating
The report of tho finding of a large
body of llowing water by a tunnel run
into the Santa Catalmo mountains from
Pima canon, has been fully confirmed,
and the importance of the diBOOvery
s far boyond that of its merchantable
value which in itself is great, becouaa
it fully demonstrates tho existence of
hugo bodies of water susceptible" , of
development in those mountains. The
example of the water developments in
r r;0tmv Madras of Calif ornia, is ona
worthy oome tnougliUul BtuOy nad
- imitation. They h&ve brought out from
the strong rocks large streams to irrigate
thousands of acres of land, and under
?!roumstance8 far lesa promising than,
those existing In sotttbern Arizona.
The Santa CJatalinas are'graxd reser
voirs of water and the simple proof of
the smhll efforts made.in Pima caiion is
sufficient to justify other and larger ex
pendituresin a BeBrch for other bodies
of tho precious fluid.
PeUoaps Arizona has an active vol
cano among its other attractions, and
that eastern visitors can find means of
interesting diversion in the study of the
many great wonders in which our terri
tory abounds. Wo havo enjoyed the
distinction of po3seasinx tho marvelous j
petrified forests that have no counterpart .
in the known world, and also tho most
sublime scenery ever discovered along
tho grand caiion of the Colorado. We
havo wonderfnl mines and vast herds of
cattle, high mountains and booming val
leys; freedom from disease and tho best
climate in the world. In fact we have
long enjoyed blessinga in abundance j
and immunity from the great misfor
tunes that be3et our eastern brethren,
and the only thing lacking to complete
our cup of ecaUtio joy has been a vol
cano, with an attendant earthquake for
variety. Now that our prayers have
been answered and the tire has leaped
forth from the crest of our mouutains,
we feel that nothing further is required
to bring the whole world to our feet
with its homage. And we would here
suggest to tourists in search of wonders
that it they do not see what they would
like to behold, not to shrink from ask
ing for it, tor our stock in the wonder
line is complete, down to the latest in
vention. We have enough thut- occu
pies somo position in the proce-esion
from the sublime to the ridiculous, to
interest m umuse every person, and we
may well claim to be the most grand
and unique show on earth, all under one
That earthquake was a strange visi
tor to Arizona. Wo are nssured by
those who have had access to the old
records of the mission fathers and have
reid the history of this Territory cover
ing a period of nearly ihreo hundred
years, that no seismio diiturbanee has
been known here during the last three
centuries. Geologists claim that the
earth's crust is very thick and solid
throughout Arizona ind Sonora, and
therefore such disturbancas as occurred
on Tuesday must necessarily have been
intensely severe at its most aolive
point Tne telegram from El Paso place
the time of its appearance there before
it was felt in Tucson by twenty minutes,
allowing for the difference in local time,
which would indicate that the wave
passed from east to west or else it wove J
from north to 60uth covering n very
wide path. The earthqako in California
on Tuesday morning bIso suggests its
intimate connection with that of Tues
day afternoon in thii city, which would
give it a general direction from the
northwest lo the southeast. It is prob
able that the news received to-day will
settle the question of the route of the
tremblor, bnt it cannot account fur the
6trange visitation Arizona has been hon
. The following from the Phenix Her
bld applies with equal force to all por
tions of Southern Arizona: "The idea
has long prevailed in the east that Ari
zona was fit for nothing more than a
range 'for Apaches und n wriggling
ground for rattlesnakes. Thirty-five
years ago a similar idea prevailed as to
the great Sacramento plains in Califor
nia and so far as that is concerned, the
whole of California. For a hundred
years the great plains that now consti
tute the great and wealthy states of Ne
braska and Kansas wero regarded ns the
Great American Desert." And j ot to
day how changed is that ''Great Ameri
can desert." It is studded with happy
and wealthy homes whoso tt.nenti till
thu soil and exact therefrom untold
wealth. So in tho great inland plains
of California, what thirty years sgo we
spurned as worthless is to-day n land
ilowmg with milk and honey, llere in
Arizona like conditions have begun to
prevail with astonishing intensity.
Where once grew nothing but spurce
brush ami 1 what appeared to be n ssudy
and arid sot), the most vigorous pro
ductive quulities have duplayed them
selves when water has been put upon
the sail. Like magic the wild wsile i
turning into green fields, great
orchards and spreudiug vineyards, thtit
hove already begun to yield in Buch
a remarkable maimer that the truth
scarcely dare be told lest onr eastern
friends should conclude that we tell
highly colored and sensational yarns to
deceive them into investing where we
want to get out. lie not deceived in
this matter; there is nobody in these
broad valleys to-day who does not want
more of tho lend than he has already
got, is striving und straining to get
more before it gets beyond his reach.
To be sure, there is plenty of property
for snle because it is in the hands o
those who have bought it to sell to buy
yet more, or to invest it in improve
ments on i portion which they retain.
All up and down this valiey land ha
ri-eu iu value from 100 t 1W)J per cent,
according to locilion, wit! ia the past
year and still it hmv. Another yefcr
and there will be no cheap lands in the
Salt River valley. This o -ming fall
will eee thousands of acres now in sage
brush, clean and smooth and green with
alfalfa fields or dotted with young vines
and fruit trees. Eeh day the sage
brush now goes down by the acre and in
a very few month instead of a va-t use
less plain will be u vast green expanse
of orchard, gardens nnd homes sprung
into existence as at the touch of n magic
The city of Phenix, by electing Hon.
De Forest rortar itsmayer over a very
popular opponent, bn3 not only honored
itself, but has shown n grateful appre
ciation of his Ubors on behalf of that
city. There is no question that the
present and prospective prosperity o;
I'henix is due largely to the building of
the railraod at least the boom has been
hastened by its construction and bnt
for the persistent efforts of Mr. Porter
in the legislatrre nnd his labors since
the county aid wbs secured it, no such
activity as now exists in that city would
be known. The compliment paid by
Pcenix to Mr. Porter is lull merited by
The stock interests will gradually but
hurely grow better during the coming
summer and fall. The losses that have
occurred in the north nnd in Texas,
havo relieved the supply pressure and
;iu advunce iu prices is inevitable. The
rauges have been taxed to their utmost
nnd such numbers as they carry to-day
ibey are capable of grazing at all timef.
jtfany small producers have been forced
from the field, and tho prices have
touohed their lowest notch. From now
az, tho industry will grow stronger and
better and many stock men will soon re
cover their losses by tho drouth and low
Theke is a touch of grim and timely
Fcorn in Mr. Conkling's suggestions to
the effect that it is specially pleasing to
eee the memory of Grant honored by
those who did not wait for the glorifi
cation of his death to show them his
rusged grandeur, or the honesty of his
purposes and his reverence for the rights
of every fellow creature." The fame of
unch a man is a national possession, of
course, and all citizens have the right
to be proud of if; but that does not
make it appropriate und pleasing for
men to pose as his conspicuous eulogists
who, during his life, could find nothing
too mean to say about him. SU Louis
As attempt will be made to secure
flowing artesian wnter on the Territorial
University grounds and a contraot will
be entered into for boring a well to
flowing water up to a limit of a tbou
ennd feet in depth. It will be an experi
ment that, if successful, will be worth
many thousands of dollars to Tucson
nd the surrounding country, Bnd if
even the limit of the thousand feet does
not reach tho coveted water, the people
of this city should assist in extending
it downward even double that depth.
The inducement is certainly worth the
Thet talk of a "sweeping revival" at
Presoott. The chain gang has been set
at work, probably.
Denteb is in the full enjoyment of a
brisk strike. Now that ia tho kisd of
dtrike that hurts,
We have been nsked why the CirizEX
says bo little concerning tlie work ac
complished by the officers ..in . hunting
down the tram robbers. We have
maintained Bilenco solely at the ex
pressed wiBh of , the officers, that the
ends of justiee may be better subserved.
Our natural desire to give all 'the news
must sometimeslv: restrained to attain
.tno endsot jnitice. When at liberty to
speaV-ntS will giro nil that has trans
The resumption of the old freight
rates, eveu temporarily, starts up anew
the commercial activity that exist-d
prior to the enforcement of the inter
state commerce law. Tho intricacies of
tha new tariff were difficult to learn,
while the simplicity of the old was a
guaranty against error or overcharge.
Tho merchants seem well pleased with
the old tariff, and indeed they prefer it
to the new one made odious.
Kissane's crimes nrej'uat beginning
to lenk out, and the forger' and steam
boat burning ore commendable virtues
compared to his other crimes. He is be
lieved to bo no less a person Bgo than the
notorious John Doe, and indictments
have been found against him in every
court in the United States, for oil kinds
of orimo from murder down to swindling
the newspaper man. It takes time to
bring these fellows to a level.
As near as can be learned, the recent
earthquake was n purely local affair,
confined to southern Arizona nnd New
Mexico, and Northern Sonora. It was a
gentle affair nnd so far as its effects are
concerned they are more beneficial than
disastrous. The opening of new wntcr
sources is one of its greatest blessings,
and it they prove to be permanent in
charaoter we will have occasion to be
thankful for tho strange visitation.
TrtE Los Angeles Times has n new
libel suit on hand every day, and it all
of them shonld hold they could easily
dispose of the treasury surplus in pay
ment of the damages demanded. Rut
then, libel suits against a newspaper
arc tbo best kind of advertisements for
it, and we half believe the Times has
hired the alleged victim of its malice to
commence action agr.iust it on n purely
The city authorities are taking meas
ures to pluce the city in as good sani
tarv condition aa possible before the hot
summer weather begins. The move
ment is timely and wise.
Today's earthquake at Benson destroy
ed about all the drugs at the drug store
of that town. Those medicines were
well shaken before taken.
Ax artesian well at Willows, Oal-, has
created a real estate boom. The hint is
a good one for our Arizona friends,
LosAxoxles wants n
The SDgelis city evidently
That was no earthquake after all. It
was only the tramp of the big boos
Tho wholo physical mechanism be
comes inpaired by the heavy winter diet
and lauk of open air exercise. Ayer's
Ssrsaparilla is the proper remedy to
take in the spring of tho year to purify
the blood, invigorate the systom, excite
the liver to action, and restore the
healthy tone and vigor of the system.
Note. from Olive.
Olive Camp. A. T.,Mu 3J, lxST.
I.D. cjmzcx: Uar peaoemi mining
samp was somewhat startled to-day .about
230 p. m., by u severe earthquake
shock, lasting about threo minutes. -A
few seconds before the shock was felt,
a rumbling round, as if a train "of cars
was passing over a bridgo was Tory dis
tinctly hetrd, and .-then tha shock
came that caused Jail -who were on! top
of the groundr tetremblo. What f c
ladies we have ia csmp ran from th'-.r
homes to tha nearest dump for safetv,
not realizing at first what w&3 IL tru j
ble: ? I am happy to eaj no ctie " o
hurt, with trie exeption ?f tii;- f -w who
were very h's'y 'nute'i' J.
Afi 7-ieeem to Lo poted about the
shipment of ore, I do t d -m it nec
essary to again report the shippers
names, with the exception of a few,
whose names do not aprear in your laM
notice. Tbo Rusk RrothpM shipped li"
tons Ust week. Curry ,t lion.u, from
the Matchless. 10'' tons, and now have
20 tons sacked, but will not t-h;; until
the 10th inst.. when they prepare, the
"the pny streak" holding out, to rnise it
t'- 30 tons. Charley and George r.re
now working twenty-three men, inking
out on an average t or. to one aud i.
nnlf tons per day. ore that worta from
?150 to ?2."0 pr ton. at the smeltor.
lion. J. R. Scott and Beny Began, on
tho "Wedge," hnvtf a very promising
prospect. Uiffjrd .v Craig, ou the
"Breakeven" hope in a short time to
strike it rich.
The camp was visited yesterday by
the following persons: Mr. Frank l
Davis, Miss Rusk, Gen. J. B. Allen and
Your subscriber out here would like
for you to publish the quotations if
lead, silver and coppor. N. S. W.
A Dangerous Practice.
S. K. lltvrUi
A deplorable aceklrnt happened is
Raleigh. North Cirnlioa, jesterdai.
A militia Colonel fell off his horse,
while parnoing with his regiment, and
whs trhUftixed by his own sword. A
Mmiiur accidtnt nenrly happened one
Feb. 22J, on Van Ness uvenne two or
three years ago. 'Ihe Lors.- of a gallant
officer at the reviewing post, unaccus
tomed to the sight of troop', twerved as
the bend of the Second Brigade ap
proached in martial array, and nearly
threw his rider. Tne latter, with grout
pre-enco of mind a most valuable
quality in a commander dropped his
trenchant blt.de and clasped lin steed
around the neck, losing his chnpeiu ia
the performance. The horFO stepped on
the sword with n hind foot and broke it,
and the chapoan, falling a little farther
to the rear was t-ubjected to still more
ignominious treatment by the frightened
animal, nnd had to be carried away on
tho end of an infantryman's bayouat.
All this shows the danger of entrut
ing some militia officers with swords and
To I)ilNlc the Kiiemy.
When it takes the form of disease of the
kidneys or bladder, is n task well nigh
impossible of accomplishment. Renal
and vesical maladies aro more obstinate
than others. Counteract, therefore, the
earliest indications of inactivity of the
many organs with lloctetter's Mo ranch
Bitters, which possesses nmong other
excellent qnalities, those of an efficient
diuretic. The degree f stimulation np
porent from its use reaches, bnt never
goes beyond the bounds of safety. It
invigorates always, never irritates.
Bright's disease, diabetes, catarrh of the
bladder, are diseases successfully
combattid in their incipiency with
this benign medicinal stimulant and
tonic Itesides reinforcing nnd regulat
ing the kidneys and bladder, the bitters
is a specific tor fever.aud ague, consti
pation and dyspepsia.
Col. Norton informs us that a row oc
curred among the Apaches in the Mo
hawk valley last Sunday in which one
of them was pretty badly stabbed. One
party of tbesejlndiane profess to believe
that the numerous deaths from measles
are caused by the girl which they at
tempted to sacrifice as a witcn, some
weeks ago snd to which reference whs
made in these columns at the time. On
this account they again determined to
sacribce her but were opposed by an
other party of them who bed promised
Col. Norton that the girl should not
be killed. Hence the row with the above
result The Indian-who did the stab
bing fled to the mouotnins, Sentinel.
LISTENING TO DAVY CROCKETT.
A Hoj-' Ituprr1o:n of tlie I'amont Man.
Telllnj; a "Il'ar Story."
No quieter or more gentlemanly person
did I ever meet tliau Davy Crockett,
He came slowly lounging into tho ven
erable office of The National Intelligencer
one beveru winter afternoon, when and
where I was indu-strkmily warming my
little boy body nil round tho small, square
There was a vacant duUr near me. He
took it with solemn deliberation. Then
over the tlttt stovepipe he extended his big,
Cold," he sakL Nothing more for a
I looked up at him looked intently, for
this was, an uncommon comer. A largo
form to my boyish kiea cigantic a great,
strange bead, down cither aide of which.
from a intitule parting, fell long black
hair. Something sjivntfe about him. yet a
most gentle avap, ah if lie ooukl fondle a
baby. iK puiss ami even cry very heart
ily, bciiuc. moved by proper c'r.wuttauce.
My lather, present ot course, lor ue
belonged to the otScc," obaenirur my
amazement, ftmml tiptortnnity to whisper
in my ear: David Crockett."
I knew a few things aoout the lamous
man; knew that liis me nau been n ro
mance stin!4ii the imaginings of any
poet or novelist; know and what so sur
prising as thU that he was now a mem
ber of cotteres. ltHieeu. i nau itearu reau
at tlie breakfast tatrfe some of tho "b'ar
stories" with which be frequently aniwted,
cvuxiused and convinced the "house."
1 saw David Crockett.
lrw.,nlv I felt David Crockett. His
big right hand, gliding away from the hot
btweplate, cbose to rest itself lovingly
amoni; the cnrU of my hair.
"You never met a It r?" rumarxed
Davy; "in coarMi you never!"
I acknowledged my total unacquaint
anee. "Would like toT
Don't know. Better hear about 'em
"I'd be glad to hear, then."
"So you snail, my lioy. I'll tell you a
story of one I seed ooc't."
I wax charmed with the anticipition.
He would have begun it immediately, but
several 'members," senators aud others
that moment entered tlte office.
Their business soon over they still lin
gered, for a whisper luwl ntolen among
them, awl more chairs wero brought up
to the fire, and an espectunt circle unex
"I wjw going to tell this lad a b'ar
story." resumed Davy, when every voke
interrupted him with:
"Tell It! tell it! Wo ull wish to
He complied. Listening, that after
noon, proved my chief enjoyment of life
to date. Listening seemed to pmvo a
similar sensation to every person of the
group. It was a grand excitement just to
lkten. Whatever was related we saw.
We lived alone the remarkable incidents
from word to word. Who of mortals, save
David Crockett, could display snch vivid
power could so wield thunder and light
ninirJ Yet it was not altocether terror.
Comical situations were introduced. We
were eager, we were alarmed, we were
suddenly in most violent paroxysms of
laughter. Seaton Donobo in Brooklyn
I'rlwiH Life In Sihrrfa.
Prison life in Siberia is of many varie
ties, accordinc; to the offense of different
individuals and the sentences which have
been decreed in their cases. Tho lowest
sentence is to bimuU hanishmeat for threo
years, and the highest to hard labor for
life. The simple exile without imprison
ment is appoinR.'d to live m a certain
town, district or provtnec. and must re
port to the jwlire at stated intervals. He
may engage in certain specified occupa
tions, or rather in any occupation wmon
is not on a prohibited list: for example, he
may teach ramie or painting, but he may
m t teach languages, as they atlordtneon-
portuuity for propagating revolutionary
ldc:'S. He mar become merchant, larmer.
mechanic, contractor or anything elt-e of
that sort, and it not infrequently liamtens
that prison exiles enjoy a degree of pros
perity in their new Ihhmi taai ibey mu
not have iu European Russia. Exiles and
vih. ir bona have becotne millionaires in
lr-ibtna; a former aiwierotii oi irtooisK,
.'the capital of Eastern Siberia, was the
m u of an exile erf, life enormous fortune
having b?eu gained in tho oerlanu feu
Many exiles become so attached to Si
beria that they remain there after their
term of banishment is ended, but it should
le understood that their cases are the ex
ceptions rather than the rule. The wife
and immature children of an exile may
follow or accompany him at the expense of
the covernment. but cannot return to
Europe until his term of service has ex
pired. The object of exile is to furnish a
population to this sparsely inhabited re
gion, and it goes without saying that a
family man is much more likely to be n
good citizen when Ids wife and children
arc with ldm than when they are thou
sands of miles away. The name of "pris
oner" or "exile" is never applied to the
banished individuals; in the language of
the people they are called "unfortunates, '
and in official documents they are termed
"involuntary emigrants." Thomas
Hon- Seal 3Ieat I Cooked.
Seal meat as cooked by the natives but
a dirty brick red tint, owing to the fact
that when killed the seal is simply
skinned, the luood remaining in the car
cass, acting as a coloring matter to the
meat. To lumrccstomed stomachs seal
meat is unpalatable, its taste resembling
llsh more than flesh, while the oily odor is
of course trcvalent; bat if when newly
caught a seal is bled and the flesh allowed
to soak for a few hours, the meat, either
fried or Inked, become palatable. When
frozen there is scarcely any flavor percep
tible in the meat.
One of the Eights that a warm spring in
the month of May affords to the observer.
L the number of seals that cover the ice.
Young pup, earcely a month old, lie in
proximity to their dams, scmetiines wan
dering away from their air ltoles ami ut
tering plaintive cries like the bleat of a
lamb. At this season ot the year tne pups
ran 1 taken with tne hand, and the sled
docs make excursions upon the ice for
the purpose of catching these helpless
little animals, which are scarcely larger
than a young lamb. San Fraucijcu
llrslimlns In Tliue.
"James, I don't see but what I shall
have to have a new bonnet it I'm going
to the Permanent exhibition with you."
"Perm why, that's three or four years
from now. ou d better read up."
'Oh, yes, .Tames, I do read up. But
three or four years are none too long be
forehand to begin if I am going to get the
money in time." W astaington Post,
Wall paper is so beautiful awl artistic
cow as to be easily mistaken for frosco.
DMre?- After Eating.
This result of indigestion will no
longer be experienced it Simmons Liver
Regulator is taken alter eaeh meal. It
snch a good digester, and so mild and
pleasant in its effect tht it is used by
many, alter a hearty meal, to insure good
digestiou. The Regulator does not
nausesto or irritate the stomach, but
corrects acidity, dispels foul gases, al
lays irritation, and assists the sfotnacL
in its digestion.
Backfill's Arnica Salve.
The Bee: Salve iu the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers. Salt Rheum
Fever Sores. Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corrs, and nil Skin Erup
tion, and positively oures Piles, or so
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refunded.
Price '25 cents per box. Forsale by Geo.
Heresfter, day board at the Palace
Hotel will be S6 per week; CO cts, per
meal or three mea! a for SI. The best of
U Feed. Muii, Propr.
11-vt. ek. Mav 2 -Tfc- re bav. bcrn
eeveral mysterious ncd senret meetings
IJIUOUg the ptOlUMU-Hl "e" iu
radonndNew Mixici dnnog the Mist
ten day-. it ruraoreu urre nniKc
that ihe purpose of theee meetingj has
been to organise a oomptir, to be known
ueeuiuuK n,.ti .tut Trnnr
as tne ".iiuriiw" w-...
Company," the ol J-ri m win mu m
to fight the Armour Dressed Beef syndi
cate of Chicago. The new syndicate
iacludes Nelse Morris, of Chicago, and
manv of the wealthiest cattle owners in
Colorado and New Mexieo and Western
Kbejms. ItHclH-.mea mm mej poiu
up n capital ot $J3.W0UJO.
r.vvi Trji-n Citt. N. Y.. May i
Tha riant between Ike Weir of Boston,
IJtJi AUW"U r-
a d Willie Clsrk, of Philadelphia, took
nlaoe last night up bong Island Sound.
l'h- rhrhi win to a finish, Marqui cf
Oa-ersbnry rules, with miJresd kid,
for 5lOW. 11 "MB .nvUlJ If,,".,.-, u.
laited one hour and twenty-three min
utes. , ,,
The "Spider xnocai-u uar oowu
twice JnriDjT me ora roHWi, umwn;
tho tirst blood from his aw. Weir ftiao
tn ni?t OHM nlenn knock down in the
seventh round, after whieh Clark fought
entirely on hwgaroenws, tskmg terntte
iHinisbmer.:. uirK - a uiy n
1 . . . l.,1l n . t 1 1 .1
msn. aw ince wits uwi; w f
liio "Spider wan scarc-iv mnraeu. At
the end of the twentn'.h round Clark's
aeconds threw up th eppnse, as their
man was unable to see, me eye nemg
entirely clostd and the other uenrly bo.
and he wai too weaK to gon w nmv.
The opinion of tbesporting men present
was that the "Spider" ecnld out-light
any msn nf his weight in tne woriu.
Chicago. May 2 -Shipments of I'a-
mtic freight from Chicago have jumped
from '2 to 3 cmloaca to an average iu
2tf carloads daily sit ce the near ra-ee
ir--.. nnt !ni tffoct last wci k. xne in
crease is principally in low alas-s freigh s
such as fu.-tt.iure, boggles, etc.
New Yohk. May 3 It.ports from
Chill regarding llw Chole.a. nnder date
otesterday, ar very enecursgiB auu
the iiumbor o: uen'.m ; aanti u e
Chili and Valpariio wero notably de
creased, only six having taken place in
both situs mtbiu the lat twe-nty-iour
hours. Fuurtevn new ess- a bad appear
J. Free communication is re-tored be-
twe-n the capital and pons, and sieam-i-r
n w smjiI regularly on their trip
alonir the sonthern coast of Chill with
out detention or delay, aud it is possible
that within n fortnight tne dreadful vis
itant will have diHappeared. Up to jea
terday 2.73 fiersonM had fallen victims
to the epidemic in Santiago de Cflile
Sr. L.oci8, May - 'I he case of David
S. Frothingbam,' alleged to have been
an accomplice iu the robbery of Adams
express on the St. Louis and San Fran
cisco railroad some months ago, was
calibd iu the criminal eonrt tsia morn
ing and both sides announced their
readme for trial. The work of impan
elling a jury was proceeded with at
once, ncd nt 1 o clock four jurymen
had been obtained.
Dexvkk. May -At the annnal meet-
ingot the bo!rd of directors of the Ien
ver A- Rio Grande road, held here to-day,
the resignation ot President V. J. Jack
son, which was sent in some w.ek ago,
was aecepted. David H. Moifat, Jr.,
president of the First National Bank of
tht citv, wan uniiuiuuiU4lv enoeen to
u -v'ii hiin. Iws .lnn .ns thanking
Mr. Jackson for bis errdtialile aad effi
cient management since the organiza
tion of the road, were adopted. Mr
Mnff it was re-elected director, and Wal
ter Soundman was chorea direotor to
Hit the vacancy caused by the resigna
tion f Mr. Jack- on. I mmetliaU ly after
l.ij election Mr. Moffat appointed . 1.
nmith general .'.npermtebdent ot the K.
P. and general miairer of the D. i li.
G. All of the old officers were re ip-
p inted. The directors start t j inspect
the road to-morrow morning.
Bakek-fillu. May 2 Sheriff II frris,
of Naps, accompanied by A. J. Urijsby,
brother of Mrs. Lyons, arrived here this
morcicc, oju afterward tliJ loqiirs!
commenced. Grigsby and the Sheriff
te-ti;ied that, although the n.--embhuoe
:o Olson was Hiring, the deceased was
not that individual. As it was ducov
erI that there was a letter tn Glrnvilie,
Lfrn's Valley posiomee, directed lo M.
Li. bibhert, it waa sent tor in the hoie
that it m y throw some light ou who the
J-ccastd i The inqoeit wns tbtrefore
adjourned until to-morrow.
Detkoit, Micb.. May 2. -William
Wheeler, a dime masenia doot-k-'prr
ind lecturer, came here Uoui Chicago
-iveral months -o. A f.-w weeks go
lis received word that h." had tallt n heir
to an un ltridtd Lnlf int. rc-tis Califor
nia to an uncle's SKXlJutrj fortune. Im
mediately be rcsig- d end proceeded to
clebrat-, so n dup-j.-i.-i. of hi nfute
oasS. F. r the s .ke r.i 1 .ce t take h m
to tho Got len Onto, he f-enrd n p
:iou t night okrk of the Colon n S.ti",
Last oiffht be left withont giving due
notice, kin? with him a tittl.- mcr
thau $IW belaufciog to the hotel
N'.. thing has nn-v been b-:ii.-d fr.m
P.vKta, May U-HeLse'j.lc Uave ?
ab-tence frvn the office of comta'Mry a'
ny-nr-Moselle has been extended
two mnntb. At the er.d cf his leave tc
wiil bo entitled to rcire ue a pensi-m.
He afwrU that the German eommiry.
Gautb, who invited him to At, point
edbtmcntto Gcraian dotee'ive uo
arrested him. The Uerain orh -ial rv
pcrt of the i Hoi- a-; s a e mmissao
otrctd Tan-ch ws ratra&ted with tn
task of nrreoiing Scbnaenelef, and it i
thought pr babte th it tho nnntes of
Tansoli aad antrU w.re mixtd b
thoio who accused Gfttecb of jtresohery
CcxTsuvibLK, OU May 3. A heavy
earthquake was rett at 8:12 this morning,
the direction being from forth to sontfc
prceeeded by n heavy rumbling explo
sion. Momcie. ImiisnH, May 3 Tho largest
ess well in the world bat just been nis
covered at Faircsc Unt, stear here. The
test of Prof. Orton, state iceologistot
Ohio, shows it is H iwiag nearly twelve
million ot feet per day.
Sax Fkanciso, My 3. Late last
nigh a are dostroyet two, two-story
frame building, ownd by Mrs. C.
I line, corner of Hyde and Union streets,
nnd badly damaged a tnree-story frame
dwelling adjoioisg. Lov, four thou
sand, partly covered by insnranoe,
Galvwto.v, May 3. A gotvl rain
storm prevailetl last night along the
lines of the t'nlf, Colorado Jk Santa Ft?,
and the Texts Central railroads, break
ing the drought throughout central
Chicago. May 3. The NV Wash
ington special says: Information ha
been rtceived here of very important
legislation recently adopted by the con
gress ot Chile. It the most impor
tant to the commercial iatere-ta of the
world that has been pas! for many
years, as it secures the construction of
two lines ot railway across the continent
from the Atlantic to the Pacific const.
The effect upon tho development ot the
eon t hern part ot South America will be
similar to that ot the construction ot the
transcontinental railroad in the United
States, and will cause a radioal change
in the commercml Bituatioa in the
Argentine Republic and on the west
coast ot South America. The road to bs
built is to fill the gap now existing in
the line built by the Argentine Republic
to Mendosi, within ICO miles ot Santiago.
It is expected tr-nt the road will be
completed within e year.
Mancti est ek, England May 3 The
Manchester axhibitioa was opened to
day by the Prince of Wales, who was
CRtrrBSDErf. May 3.-Thore wc3 a se
vere enrthqueko here at 2:13 this after
noon, but no Berious dnmago was done.
Oalauasvs, May 3.-A aevore earth
quake occurred here nt 2:10 P. m. shak
ing the houses very badly, but no one
Pantaso, May 3 Tho earthquake
was very sevore here, and nt the lo.ai
Wreck mine. Several ot the uepoi.
chimneys wero shaken down, and tne
dishes upset in all of the houses. My
upbosrd was tnrmd over aad tbo loos
ing glawes in the rooms wero hnockeu
about. The nilobo house or. air. i'iaf
fAaii's at this place. w;s eonsiderably
klamageJ. the roof being removed from
its fastenings. Mr. Shaw's adobe house
in the Totid Wreck, was also damaged
by being erccktd in several places.
There was a freight tram leaving ueto
inst as the shock came, and the engine
. .1... t.:.l t..a
was almost inrown irom mo unuso j""
Ukw Oiilbanh, .May 3. Fredrick
Knowland, of New York, General east
ern agent of tho Union Pacific road.pres
nted the petition ot that road for the
suspension of suction four already sent
in tbea9 dispstches to the interstate com
mwoii tc-Jay. laeir petition was
granted ia the form as granted to tto
other transcontinental lines.
St .Ioiixs.N.F . May 3 A terrible
ote rre irred esteriia at the
.. .,k&nni-l iirbcr. The Gias-
BP". .. -
gow (.teamsliip John xvoox, Iaaun witu
liquor, brick nd rolling stock, struck
reefs ncir the cbau: el harbor Mid sank.
In a half hour every soul on board
perished. A furious gide ot wind with
a heavy sea and dense fog prevailed at
the time of the accident. Some bodies
were recovered, having been washed
rintvn Rapids. May 3 A horrible
tracedv occurred at a farm house two
nii'ea 'soatb ot tbw eity last night.
Carles Martin, a farmer twenty-eight
yer old, has not lived happily with
his wife ard she be threatened to end
kor t-imtnuoc. ls.t night whiio hr
linsbaad was teinpwnnly absent, the
g avc "rough on raU" to the two vonng
cbiidren and then swaliowttd a dose her
self. It was late at night boforo tho dw
f tlie onine was made. The
mother and oldest child died bofore nn
antidote could ba administered; the
other child is in a rrecarious condition
nt last accounts.
Globs. A. T., May 3. There was a
sharp shook ot earthquake felt hero at
3:11 r- m., by the Belt office clock. The
nbranons were from norm ;o souiu sou
lasted twenty Heoonds.
At San Carlos the f hock lasted two
minutes ami a half and the. Indians wen
bad ly seared
At Fort Apache the shock was v.ry
severe, lusting fuily three minutes. The
cord en thesholvis f tto p.wt sntler's
rtore were shaken to the floor, and con
siderable damage was done the post
buildings. The pendulums of the clocks
iu Globe stopped.
Tombstone, May 3. A severe shock
of earthquske occurred here to-dsy i.t
2:11 o'clock p. m., lasting fort7 seconds,
f hew was much damage done to build
ings, but no person was hurt.
El Paso. T.xas. M..y 3 A shock of
earthquake wn ; lainlj feit here st 3.-&S
thw afternoon, which lacttd about two
minutes. The eiu'ck waa felt m every
portion ot the city, and tho shock ulara
td citis"oaof all olasses So such an ex
tent that only invalids and the he'.ple.w
Were left within doors. For probably
two minutes bef jre the sh ek many jtcr
aons recognised the distinct and oden
sive smell sulphur, una wheu the
shock oame the earth rcovni and many
artidfcK lianging to tho wails oscillat-d.
St. Iaicis. May 3 An important
labor measure pused the bouse thif
morning, 'ibis prohi'nts the use of
store orders, scrip note-, or certificates
in payment ot labor. It also makes it
imperative on all employers of labor to
pay at ba t monthly. Any violation of
these provisions is made a misdemeanor,
punishable by a fine ot frosa So to $50.
The vote on the bill was 02 for to 6
St. Iiorta, May 3 A special from the
City of Mexico sys the highest politi
cal sod social circles ot the Mexican cap
ital arc mush excited over a prospective
duel. One of the principals is a foreign
minisUr, the representative of a Euro
pean power, and the other is a conntry
man of the diplomat The trouble start
ed in a social gathering and grew nit
of a quarrel about tha daughter of a
areaeral known oa both -ntinent.
Friendrt are trying to arrange the diffi
culty so a.4 to avoid hostilities.
Al.BCyrEByCR. N. M-, May 1 At 3:18
yeteriUj atu rcoon the entire oommnn
lty was1 started by two distinct but al
most eontinncits vibrations cf earth
quake, the Vtbratious of which was from
at to wrst and eontir.ned fr tn sec--nds.
Clock in all parts of the city
were stopped; chandeliers vibrated end
the plate glas windows in the that na
tional bank bcildinc were cracked.
Men and women rushed into the street?
and hones were fnghtem-d. Men nn
'ji'cbed their teams and hurriedly led
th-m away, looking upwards at the
brcldmes aa if thy expectrtl they were
d :t t topple ovor. Mnny per
sons coc. plained f a feeling of
-f apfekoefa. In eld town the people
were lemr-rieken r.nd many ot the
nea feared new a eruption from the ex
ttnet crater near her O-.iirt was in
sefwion iu tbo new eonrt honse ccca-ii-d
for the first tiise jeter1i,y. Those
m the eonrt room though''- 'he strnetnrr
abont U tall and a stsmide was made.
1 he judge hnrriediy adj urued court
aad the oMeers joined in tht rush. The
hock appears to be general through
nut the southwest. Reports have been
received ind:cti..g th-.t it was more
ere rely at El Pa than here. At San
Maroial two distinct h. ekn 7ere feit
; d tho al ,tm J great. At Ltkeville,
'sroctv miln south two hbock-t Were
felt, wib vilKation from t-nt to wet
continuing eight aeeonds and the time
-vks reported at 3:12.
Victoria, B. C. May 4 A Nnnaimi
sptcini to the t'eiunist, says a terrible
explo-uon occurred in a shaft of the
Victoria eonl m'aes, a few miles from
there, st 5 o'clock lest niirfit. There
are supposed to be abont 150 men in the
mines at the time. Twelve bodies had
been recovered, some dead and some
seriously injured and some badly burn
ed and little hopes i f the recovery ot
any more alive aro entertained. 'The
rescuing parties went down, but were
unable to do much, as they were over
come by black damp aad forced to re
turn. One ot the rescuing party, S.
II cJ so ii. died shortly after coming out
of the ni ce. The mine is cow on fire
and all the frame work is completely
destroyed. I he lira engine was brought
out and mcnni-d and saved some of the
adjoining buildings. The scene around
the shaft wasot the most heartrenderini;
description. The grief of those whose
husband, fathers and relatives are in
the doomed mine is beyond portrayal.
Latek: Fifteen dead and alivo have
been recovered from the shaft.
LATHRor, Cal , May 4 The brakemen
on the Visalia .t Tulare division struck
at six o'clock this morning, claiming 3,
S00 miles for a month and oil over that
to be paid for by so much a mile. No
freight trains have left here. The
Fresno traits were held torn while bat
were finally allowed to leave.
GcATitAs, Mex.,May 4. At 2:45 yes
terday afternoon two earthquakes were
felt here, with short intervals, lasting a
few seconds. Tha direction was east
and west. No damage is reported so
far. thouchall the clooks stopped run
ning. Similar shock were felt along
the line of the Sonora railroad. The
following is fron the agent at Torres
station. "One minute after tho first
quivering eecsatioa tho highest cliff of j
thn Chneiiin rnnnntttln fell. CnnsiUZ &
clour of dust to rise like smoke from
en explosion ot a large amount ot pow
der. From tbo stotiou it had tho ap
pearunce of u volcanic eruption."
Tombstone, May 4 SeversI shocks of
earthquake occurred yesterday about
5:40 and continued to shake for 40 sec
onds. This ia the first occurrence ot
this kind experienced m this territory
fortw.nty year. Tne windows were
broken, bnildiugi cracked aud mjurud,
but no persons hurt. Ten miles from
the city tv lake covering an aero ot
ground was completely dried up in
twenty minute-?. The embankments
nloag the New Mexican .t Arizona rail
road, were moved from their formor po
sitions in mauy instances as much as
Fort IIuachuca, A. T., May 5 In
vestigations disclon the fact that the
report of u volcano in the Whetstone
range is not true; tne woods are ou lite
on the north range.
PiTTSHCRo, Pa., May 5 A terrific
thuniVr storm accompanied by a he avy
hail aid wind equal to a hurnr!o ras.v
cd over the Alleghany monntains in
eastern Somersett nnd western Bedford
counties, between 7 nnd 8 o'clock lust
evening. The storm moved northwest
erly and was about a quarter of a mile
wide. For two miles large tretH were
twisted off like straws and everything in
its pnth was tlattcned to the earth.
Hail feil large a eggs snd yexetatiou of
ail kinds suffered severely. Tin; dam
age to fruit trees and timber will amount
to thousands of dollsM.
Sax Francisco, May 5 Johu D.
Spreckh'H has cubted the delegates of
Australian colonies now sitting in Lon
don, st the colonial conference, offering
to transport them free from London to
their homes. Ho will personallv bear
tb-ir raiiroal expenses ia this count',
ind send there to Australia on his own
steamers. This action w taken by Mr.
riprccklcs owing to the inability oi the
railroads t exten'i any eourreeies io
travelers because of tho interstate law.
The delegates have been offered fret
transportation over tbo Canadian Pan
tie line, bat Mr. Sprtcfcles hopis bis
more generous r.HVr wUI ba acoepU-d
and that it will be the means of maio
tami?g and strengthening the present
desirable commercial relations with
San Fr-vircisco, May 5 A. N. Towne,
general manager ? tlie Southern Paa
no nnnonnces ib: thu at.-Ae of the
brakemen on ihe Vis . i: divi-..n of the
Southern Pacific has b: c a sttuf.-cCHrily
Locisvibix. Ky., May 5 The demo
cratic atato convention htm nominated
Gen. Simon B. Buokner for governor,
Ciiarlbsto.v, W. Va., May 5 Charles
James Faulkner, ot MartinsbMrg, was
-!ected U. S. eenatcr on the first ballot,
to-day. He received fifty votes.
Marquette. May 5. A terrific tritd
swept over the upper pen.ctnla oc
Monday, completely profti-itid ,Le fe'e
graph and telephone wins r-n-t d ics
great uamngH'BiJUhphenning, Hough ton.
Negaanec, Escanaba and ail throagh
from Fort Howard to Iron river, and
from Norway to aulte communieation
was entirely destroyed, many buildines
were unroofed, chimneys demolished
and railroad travel bsilly interruied by
Victoria, May 5. The latest news
from Nanairnn stateo that there is little
hopes of rescuing tlu.ee within the
mine, but exertions for rcuisg the en
tombed men continues unubate-J. Ot
the 130. whose fate i still unknown,
about CO are Chinamen. The loss te
tne mice is estimated at $3uO 000.
Sax Francisco, Msy 5 Customs ofn
cer Westcolt has betu taken dewn with
the small pox. This efficer was one of
tbese who boardtd the steamer City cf
Sydney which recently arrived here from
China, nnd searched the passengc-rs.
Rumors have been in eiraulaiion for
several days that J.C. Flood had deter
mined to retire to a quiet li'e. Mr
Flood, however, yesterday set at rest ail
doubts as to his future intention by
-tating: "I have no present inteoi-a
't retiring from business. I expect p
remain in business till I die."
Sax Francisco, May 5 Morris K
Lock-', president of the Mirir-pa Jr
Phenix railroad is here on a visit, Ii.
eooversatirn Mr. Locke said tht not
withstanding the annoyance snUVred by
the company on account ot the interfer
ence by the gnverraeut Ih January last
and the consequent ti rnpori.rysnspecin r.
of construction, tho hne will bo cra
pleted by .lone 1st. M'iswger 1'owne.
of the Southern Pacific has i-rderr.l itu
constrneiion of n depot at f'hen.x -luc
tion, J. A. Fillmore and u un'.nber of
other Southern 1'iiciti-nfice.t! .1: .r J
eeed this wee to Phenix for the pur
pose of arranging the terminal l c iiioo
so that business may be oommeared ot
ihe Maricopa k I'henix lino without de
lay. Boston, May 1 The annnal report "!
tho Atchison, Topeki ft Santa Fe. which
will be re dy for nt.-ck holders Thurs
day, is ncnsnally interesting, the docu
ment containing much valuable infor
mation in relation to the proponed ex-trr-ir
a the Atchison has Isid out j for
itpelf, extensive new fields of bit trac
tion towards the west and southwest
leaving lines m the central part of Knd
ssi exter-siou to bo built aero-4 tin
prairi- of western Kaasaa and wist,-ru
Colnrrdo. from three to fonr hut Jr-d
miles to Colorado Springs, this lir.e
ailels for some distance ; b Ivaus.w-t !;
vision of tli o Union Paeific mnn-nc b -tween
that road and tnomsin line i.f ttt
Atchirtoa at Pueblo. Bnt the bi?g"t
nrpnw of all is that from Kirns, r.e ot
the terminals of the Southern K.nsat
in the Indian territory frontier f the
Kansa ime, is proposed aero the In
dian Territory, northwestern Text.
over the Llano Eatacado. and the aoti'h
wetem part of New Mexico almost oa
a line with the El Psso prospective line,
which is at least almost SUO miles long,
will e fiect a SHVing ot m.re than thxt
dial ince m passing from Missouri river
points to the Mexican frontier, and the
building ot it will be placing El P-o
at least 0 miles nearer tbo Missouri
river and offset the advantages of dw
tan"en claimed oy the Atchison's for
Pittsburg. May 4 The coke workers
strike for twelve and one-naif pr cent
advance in wage, was inaugurated this
morning. Ovor 13.000 men are idle, and
not one of the 12,000 ovens in the Con-
neiisviiie region are m operation. 'I be
struggle promises to be a long aad bit
ter one. Everything at prestuBt is
Charlbston. W. Va.. Msy I Seven
nauois wero tiKen for U. S, senator in
juntBBse-mbly to-day. The first stood:
j-ariMien 4a, Fjyek 30. scattering 7.
There wero insignificant changes in the
other ballots. Penotor Camden then
St. Locis, May 4. The cose of David
S. rrothinghfim, the Adams Express
messenger. indioted fornnmnltnilv ,n tlx.
robbery of that oomrmnv on "th H
Louis and San Frnncisco'railrosd lvt
October, was bogun in the criminal
court yesterdav. Th i
in and Assutant Circuit Attorney Me-
uumu openeu tne case for the prosecu
tion in a Ion? statement in wki.oh k
mentioned various things which he sUtes
he will prove during the trial. Among
them that Frnthinrh
robbery made inquiries with a view to
going to another position; that be
intended to leave the employ of the Co.;
that he emmirod nf nmnlniM in tiui
company's office as to what nightd the
largest run went out; the night ot the
robbery waa a run that ho xnew almost
to a dollar the amount of money ; that
several of bis statements regarding the
entrance ot Whitrock to the express car
and the manner of the robbory were not
correct; that his story about receiving a
letter front the robbers purporting to be
from Iioate Agent Barnett wm only
partly true and that numerous other ot
his statements were not correct, all go
ing to Show Hint ha em in nnlln
tne robbers. Testimony waa taken and i
given by the employes of the company j
f nnd. en or rwo bsre
tcsrtaia packagBa Hr -wore
ia the ear on '
Sax Fravcuo. yi .
Botcher 7 ml. Ukoilar
I Con- Vintinia M.Stt, r
GO. Ophir h.;jO. Saar
cross 4.HI. C':n?dese
bierra N-jvnia 'Stk I -Coo.
27i, Y-:t'w Jnek .
Io 4.26, Loixtm -tive . "
Gould Curry. 4. w.
IlALtrAX, May 4.- N .
known ifiativ to nht
at Sable l-land, by :
persons hit tboir Im
DiCNVku. Maj 4. .
say i: Jarjt il. Tagjleit.
who is lepoueel is it
with ilOd.UH) .,t tin I .
ot which h. was p&j iti
known in Drnitr. h ,v
eereral years. He el
iions in 'th pvtof c-.
taut poetciH-tr an, t :
rw. He left this p'r
tion with Aaxnt W
agency at raa Cs
clerk, lie renuunf
nearly a y ear and tt
From tttesxe tout
delphia. In fJeav
the beat kind of .
liano. Pi'i.-es' 1
liera of their s-t,(
the Pit'Sident t.n
were ni' ut th
tar-' Bayard ar
Par lor wbete :
been deooru-. -J
palms, fjrn a,
joi-g pawl rv
The truest! w
dent and Mrs.
riayard aad the
party were prest
minister. Taw n
formal im tame
were made. A1H
qnevu and pity ft .
and dev. ked the at :
Full Weigfct arc
Lrc HQ Hu
ing pnee ,t
bcsV UAra J .
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