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r VOL. XX.-NO 11. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 17. 1S82. ESTAELISHED 18C4. rarant fffSTf; t JJK7 o PUBLISHED EVERY FK1DAT, n T CHAS. "W. BEACH, Editor and Proprietor. o e The first number of She Weeklt Mikkr trx issued on March 9, 364, and lathis, its eighteenth Jear.lt can, trith truth, cUsim to be the oldest, and best newspaper in the Territory Subscription. Rates. S5.00 3.00 1.50 25 812,00 One Copy, On Year....... ...... " " Six Months " " Three Month! SineleCupirs.... .............. Daily and Weekly, ene year,.... Advertisinss Rates. One inch C12 lines of this type), in column S2.00 fo first insertion ana Jl.00 per inch lor eacn aaaiuonai in lemon. A liberal discount f om aboTe rates -will be made to persons who advertut largely by the year, half year or quarter. Professional andTbusiness cards inserted for $18.00 per annum. Persons sending us money for subscription, advertis ing or job work, may forward it by mall, or oinerwise, ai their own risk. Departure of Mails From Prescott;, Arizona. EASTEUJJ, WESTERN AND SOUTH KEN. DAILY LINE To Miricopa, 3Shrs. Arrives 13 m;J due in Prescott jp M. MOHAVE MAIL -Depart Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays To-weekly at 9 a. m. Arrives Sundays, Wednesdays ai d 1'riJaja, I p. si A.lfc P. UVILUOVD MULNcrth Tri-weekly De parts 7:t! ays, Thursaaya and Saturdays, 9a.m. Arrives Suud.ys, AednesJaya and Fridays, 11 a. m CAMP VE1 DE Departs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays Tri-weekly 7 a. m. Arrives Tuesdays. Thursday, and Saturdays (due 11) p. at.) about 6 T. at. TTICKENBTRG South: departs Tri-weekly Hon days , Wednesdays and Fridays, 6 A. M. Arrives, Tut days, Tbnrsuays and Saturdays, aDoui 3 p v X.TNX OREEK AND BIQ HUG South, oeparts Trl- wsealy Tuesdays, Thurtdays and M.turd je, 9 a. m Arrives Mondays, Wednesday aid Fildajs,abt 5p.M BRADSHW South; departs Bi-wek y Mondays Fridays, 7 A. si. Arrives tnursday and Maturdays 7 a. m. T. W. OTIS, Fostnatter. LAN LOjJuE. No 177, F. & A. M lie nUr meetings of this Lodira -n the la Sutnrdavo reach month, at 7 o'clock P. K. aojoarutug ureiUfuiTATe tra-eraauy inritwi to attend. tlOiliUS UULUIVAroU, W. M Xm. X. Kclly. Secretary. Exauuuiu Gotu ulttnw T. J. liUTLER, J. E. AXDKP iv anil G V. GUUTIS. AHWJ.'ii i.ODJ. No 1. I .0. 0. F Regular meetiuji- of Una Lodge are held sfZQt' every WeduwUy -veuii.fc. rt MeinUero of this Order in good stanit Ins, are luv'itoJ to attend. OFl"IOiillS: W. a. Smith, N. u. chas ii. Rush, l'.ec. Secy, BUSINESS CARDS. JOIiiV HOWARD, Attorney nntl Counselor ar Law. Office South IIontezama Ft, Prescott. SAMUEL HAMILTON, ATTORNEY T Xj-A-W"., itineral Park, Mohave County, Arizona GIDKO.X J. TUCKKlt, At.ff.orn.ej and Counselor, Prescott, Arizona. ciiakl.es u. rush, ATTORNEY AT LA"W- Will practlov j. 1 a. Courts. Offlce north of Koii; & Stenhens where he will be found at all hours. Atleii- ion vaid to Convevancimt A. C. HAKEU, ATTORNEY AX Plienix. A. T. T.A"W Will practice in all tha Courts of the Territory, and in the united States OourU uiya EUGENE V. ARAM, ATTOENEY AT T.A"W, TOMHSTONE, AEI70NA. Will practice in allthe Courts. Specal Attention givi Miiiiusi CaeH. CLARK CHURCniLL, it. MASTKItSON, CHURChtLL & rYiASTiRSON. ttornv X ''ti'lr sil Law. Will practice in all the Courts of Arizona. Prescott, A. T., Nr. 22. tW JOSEPH T. HAKQRAVE, - - VM. II. MCQRKW, .otary Public and I L-ite of District Attorney. J I zan Jose, Cat. BARiiiA.YE &. ALcGKEW, vt otney.s ml Conii-'i a. L;.v, PRKbC.O T, I'aVaPaI Ci., A. T. Will I'lacliccjn au iht Uiiih vl the I'-iitw. BUSINESS CARDS. O. LINCOLri. Druist and Apothecary Htcays Blot, PRESCOTT. - ARIZONA. T- "X7S7. OTIS, MERCHANT ! PRESCO- A 13. II- WEAVER, DEALER IN General Merchandise. FRESCOTT - - - miQM ALOZG THE ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC RAILROAD. Leaving the Rio Grande on the A. & P. line the ascent to the Rio Puurco is made without any peitcptihle grade. The coun try is bairen of timber, but fine gramma and bunch "rasses cover the surface of the ;:irth, and countless herds of horses, cattle, sheep and goats graze and grow fat upon their nutritious substiinee. .At the Puerco a fair quality of bituminous col exists in ledges of allsizes. Aside from coal is found alabaster of fine grail', and equal to that found in middle Egypt. This article is used by the Mexicans for various purposes, but most extensively for whitening the in side walls of their comfortable adobe build ings. In time the alabaster or trypsum of the Rio Puerco must become an important article of commerce in New Mexico Leaving tho Puerco on our westward l l '1 rr 1 1 fnirnrfl flirt 1 -1 i ii eF flirt i T 1 1 n f Afnip I I isfoundoldcitiescrumbledandiilnioRti'ntirRlr h T.1S -E FUR J ITI rjRXi eraced, where once lived a race whose history CAKPETS, WALL PAPER. would be interesting, could it be recovered, window Shades, Pictures and Picture Frames, llonld not only as to their color, habits, etc.. but EAST SI3DK OF" CLUE 'r-srr. A PLAZA. in reference to what the West was a few thousand years back. But theirs is a lost history, which will never be recovered, and our ouly solace is in studying their habits by relics found scattered profusely overthe country, go where wo nmy.f The trip across the plains of New Mexico on the 35th paral lel is instructive and pleasant. Towns of tho civilized Pueblo Indians, constructed FerreOiypCS Ci SpCCin 11 y in a rude and a"alar style of.architecture, uvuij uuM uiiu iiiuii yruuia iuu uvu uiiu . EMANUEL, Photographic Artist GOODWIN STREKT, Open every dav from 1 A. M.fco 3 p. v. i HE BIT SALOON. AND LODGING HOUSE. HlHh A. Kt'kU. Willsinoiiy atiua iu aii cirii uiuike ouixuta io iui u tb eiri uuu.m ul tMvrj iu lue lorn tor v. a.4um" rrompxatxjaiuoii ffiTcn 10 oououuDa. THE BALDWIN. Tne eadiuc Hotel of San Francisco and tli taosx legantlr appointed hotel in the world, over $3,5X),U00 kaTing been expeuded by Mr. Baldwin in its construc tion and furnikiiujg. Headquarters Army and avy. J! pedal accommouauens iox l amines ana irge parues. Price the uun aI,)T)ufrfclrfct-clas hotel, $3 to 3p per day. Special contracts will be made for permanent hoarders- The hotel coacho. and carriages in waiting aU boats and rail 7 depcu. Hooms can be reserred foreirnral by telegraphing the Baldwin, II. IL PKAlt-SON. Uuslp VAN9EVER BROS., Forwarding & Commission Merchant MAUIUOPA., ARIZONA. Goods Forwarded to Any Point WITH PROMPTNESS AND DISPATCH. -Jlark Qoods-Care "V,' or "V. Bros.' old stand of James M. Uaraev. At tha NEW FALL GOODS -AT THE- immttiwtu. Worn -OF- 3IBS. A. A. FVRBISJBL CORTKZ STliKET HWEY, THE BLACKSMITH "As oft in my smithy I'm blowing my Are, And of earth, air and water am making my shoes, All the world like the spa-ks I see upward aspire, And to draw this reflection I cannot Dut choose, When once on the anvil my work I have got. Never fail, sir, to strike when the iron is hot. In searching my heart should I find I intend Borne good to myself or another to do, To relieve the distressed or myself to uaecd. Oh! watch the brignt Uuie when the purpose shall glow; Tor happiness hangs on th moment I wot, If I fll not to strike while the ircn la hot. When'er by my smithy you happen to pass, And hear on th- anvil my hammer's lond clang, This truth in your mind do not fail to rehearse, Thai you heard from a blaciFmllh as b STXBif bf voir aim, b tch atrrrr you V JOOX iAIt.TO fcTBlkE, Bin, 1 I XIS PACIFIC BBBWEB?. a.K uavin i. w. I. i Era FNSON .District Attoiiiey )0( G-ZR-A-IIXriTE STEtET, JOHN S OHO! Is first class style. AU the best brands of Liquor nroTus&lv Covered ' .til L'Ood L'niSS, while the Wmes. Cigars. Etc I1 - . ... Reds, 25 and SO Cts. brings the mind to a condition of study and careful reflection, while scattered here and there the more modern walls of towns built by Mexicans are seen, and create a peculiar contrast in shape, size and convenience. The Mexicans follow very closely the archi tecture of the civilized races, while the buildings of the Indians have some of the most ancient peculiarities, such as doors up on tho tops of buddings, with ladders upon which to ascend and up- ..itry well watered, cc ..ueraoiu timber, and 1A la sTiil'lliVa ,JS. A;toiueya dud Ouuiis-'lurs At Jjaw llllXKKAJ. 'A3UC, A. T. funs ilti-tf J N. JlcCAXDLGSS, M. I)., PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON Orrzns MoNTKznMA St., Pbkscott. Abizona. MKS. E. A. 1NG A.L.L.S, HI D (Michigan Unlversily,) PEYSICM.y d.YD OCULIST, pp"GlTes special attention to obstetries and diseases wommen. Residence In house formerly occupied by So Lewis on Ourley striel . DIt. F. K. AIASWOKTIJ, PRYSICIAN $ office: DAI'S 0CT0G0SAL BUHDIUO, QUBLET SXEEET PKESSOTT, ARIZONA. D. C Thorne, Prop. Fine Wines. Liquors and Cigars. Meals al all Hoars. Tradt MarU. U0NTEZUMA, BETWEEN GOODWIN AND GARLTON STREETS. PRESCOTT, A. T. COOO LACER BEER, Wines, uqnors and Cigar -ways n hand. JO. N KAIDLE, Prop. Ptscott.V 6. iera SLEEP COMFORTS BLiJ SAZERAC SALOON! ADJOtNINO THE WILLIAM'S HOUSE, QURLEY STREET, Pi BUCOTT, ARIZOXA FINEWIffES, apl-1." LITTORS fi C.GAES. HALF WAY-HOUSE AND PEED "S-ARD. The Half-way Uout e o i the v hippie lload, wn ac commodate Oje trai lln , public. Plenty of hay and grain on hand. The . Liquors and Cigars direct from the East dispensed at the bzr. TUOfl. LQNQ, Prop. Prescott. Nov. lfi. 1K7H -to" Arcade I3i-e wery. IjTJTCH; Vc rHAIiHRIMiiK. Phenix - A, J . Make and offer for sale the fintM quality of BotUed H'' BE SR. which axels IJ f-nported leer. Also malt of a supe rior quality. Rreeniuppli-) at short notice. Orders solicited. dl5Wn LURK THA LHSIMEH. RE1DTJC EX3 ?RICB LISO fVHLLICAN'5 ARIZONA BREWERY. Jk.i3iL Saloon, GUKL Y TRwT EaR PJSTOrFIDL IES OTT, AltlZi v. AUMULLER & ..EACOBY, I'KOPRIKTOKS. Prescott,-Arizona, Feb. 18, 18S3 -v P I O N E E R ILACKSMITH SHCi FRED G. BRECUT respectfully informs his friends and the public gener ai:ya that he is now neue r prepared than ever heretofore to do aU kinds of Iron anil Wood Work jarbon and c7nervTjrisy2ldl sits are very lumerous, making it atTinTjWlSsirable country in which to cast anch. r and ma quick fortunes. i'lio Atlantic and Pacific r -ad crosses the e mtinental divide which divides the Allan tic and the Gulf of Mexico with those ciiursing to the Pacific Ocean, and runs down the Itio Puerco of the West to Nava j. 10 Springs, which are lociited a short dis- . .A r . i , i- . luiicu west in too Arizona line. Hero wo are in the heart of the great Navajoe In dian tribe, the wealthiest nice of uncivilized beings in (America. Their lands are rioh in r l-aiiiiuraiwliilc thoiipftstur&idiro of tlitrbi&t and covered with horses, cattle and sheep. The Little Colorado is next reached after leaving Xavajoe Springs, by passing over an undulating country, where is found petrified forests of pine and other classes of timber. Along the Littlu Colorado the Mormons have reclaimed the country from a barren waste, and now orchards, vineyards and large fields of grain are common and add lnuplj to tbo THE PELLTIEU PAVEMENT. A Directorate Appolnutea Ilia Enterprise Involving Millions. The French Minister of fine Arts has named a comuiMuion to value the crown jewels. The stockholders of the Pelletier Pave ment. Company met at tho Palmer House yesterday afternoon and elected a Board of Directors as follows: Charles S. nailer, Potter Palmer, William Harrison Bradley, A. J Alexander, Cyrus H. McConnick, Jr., X. K. Fairbauk, Mark Kimball, IS. P. Hutchinson, Clinton I5ry;s, Hiram Wheeler and J. B. Waller. This boaid will elect a President, Vice President Secretary and Treasurer at their meeting next Monday. Captain Pelletier was present at tho meet ing, having returned late on Monday night from .New York. Ho announced that he had a conference at the Astor House on Fri day and Saturday last with several European parties with reference to their purchasing the right to manufacture the Pelletier pat ent pavement, and, in short, to push it m Europe and Canada. The gentlemen con stitute a s'iidicnte, who proposed to invest $10000,QPQ.in tho enterprise.. They ottered oi ine ngui uuu o rviurreu iu v,wu,wu in cash and a considerable portion of the stock. Captain Pelletier will return to New York on Saturday 'vith the authority and in tention to conclude the negotiations. The company has also propositions from a num ber of capitalists iu this country for the purchase of the right to operate the pave ment in several of the states, the consider ation in each case being well up in the hun dreds of thousands of dollars. Aside from these considerations the company, cmposed In Florida there are 19.7G3 white peo ple who cannot write their own names. When tho river rise3 one foot what be comes of tho othei? It remains tide, of course. A colored woman in Georgia fell into a well sixty feet deep and was not hurt because she fell on her head. The OiAge Indians have just ratified a new constitution, modeled on the general principles of state constitutions. Senator Garland has introduced a Lil' appropriating 1",000,000 for the con struction and repair of levees on thetMiss- issippy. A Richmond, .Indiana, special says : Four cases are reported ot women Decoming in sane hero from religious excitement brought on by revival.1'. Petitions from New York, Vermont and booth Carohua favoring tho abrogation of the Hawaiian Reciprocity Treaty have been presented to the benate. Judge Cox, whose impeachment trial is pending at St Paul for drunkenness, has very much prejudiced his casej byjgoing on as it is of men of large means, such as were ' a two day's spree. elected yesterday to the directorship, is abundantly able to carry out its present in tention, which is, to erect m or near Chi cago, extensive works for the manufacture of the pavement blocks. The merits of the pavement and the prospects of the company appear to be even greater than were pre dicted by the Herald, wheu it, first of all the papers, gave to the public full particulars concerning the invention. Tho above, from the Chicago Times, will bo read with interest when it is understood that our fellow-townsman, Hon. John G. Campbell, is a largo owner in the Pelletier pavement patent. Eb. Miser. "T'Jtnr.al Board of Education. the most substanUal manner and at the lowest price I wealth of Northern Arizona. T aguu wura. hot jiep&inuK auu ouueiug Specialties. At my old stand Corner (iranite ami Gnrly S Bit and Billiard Saloon AND BOWLING ALLEY. As the iron horse traverses the hills r.nd mountains on Its course to the Great Colo rado, new sights and wonders appear as fast as tiie flash of tho nye can go forth. Great mountains, with their towering peaks, rise up iu all directions. Smaller mountains, which have st cjmc rpmotu time been thu home of volcanic fires, are scattered here and there; and immense gorges present themselves to the view of man with their wild, weird strangeness, while beyond, as far as the gaze can penetrato, can be traced the black form of the Mogollon forest, which extends from East to West, hundreds of miles. .To the north of the Atlantic & Pacific, fl f'f TtueciTirr wnjf if ritio!c(i. Next door to Wells, Fargo 1: Co.'s office. l-...s ....ww range oi mountains, the Uranu Uanyon ot iivnrnv & sen OLE Y, Props, t.le Colondo, the greatest gorge wonder in The Finest Brands pf Liquors and Cigar. tho world, am be reached by easy travel by horse or wagon, while oft' to tho balmy south the Capital of Arizona rests beneath tho pinc-clad Sierra Prieta, which hi permeated with ledge upon ledge of gold, silver, cop per, lead and iron The tourist only wants to reacl this sec: tion when he can take iu all of nature's greatness, to bect-mo satisfied that Italy, the Holy Land, nor any other expensive foreign tour, can compare with wl at we have here The Territorial Boird of TMuuition mot at 10 o'clock this morning in the School building. Full Board, consisting of Gov. Trittle; M. H. Sherman, Ter. Supt.; and T. J. Butler, Ter, Treas. isiiit'bs was transacted beyond tlir nnnrrirn nf Min TninnT7T i u,mt ??5 I?re- vious meeting, and ihe receipt and adoption of the report of the Ter. Supt. for the year 18S1. The distribution of Territorial school mo neys for the last quarter of 1881, having been made at a previous meeting, there were no funds on hand to be apportioned. The Superintendent's report shows per sons of school age within the Territory to le i.:;00. Sonic :5,iil)0 of whom attend pub- r , , i r4if ...t v. .t.i lie scnooi leaving over j ,uuu who uo ioi. There are nine private schools in the Ter ritory. How many of the 1.5C0 tttend pri vate school we are not informed. The ice cone at the base of the Yo- semeto Falls is 200 feet high. There are numerous visitors and there are fiftv- nine residents in the valley. Senator Van Wyck has introduced a bill, authonxmg the Attorney General to defend the tittle of settlers against the claims of land-grant railroads. A widow of Shelby ville. Ind., aged 30, in duced hor daughter to discard a lover, aged 25, and then wo ed Iiini herself, and with such success that the wedding day is fixed. The last or Guitou. THE BANK OF ARIZONA Prescott and Phenix, A, T. SOL. LEWIS, . . , PresidePt M. W. KALES, , , , , , Cashiei CO It H ES PON DENTS. Bank of California, liaidlavo a;-Co., San Francisco. at, li?11""' in tll,0.,mft unexplored regions .r , I Ul XMJl IHUlll -VI 1.U11U, .t ew i oru A General Banking Bumiics Trausaietl. Tlo Pall Maji fjiizptto (Lqndop) in a rc: cent issue, says: The Americans are cut ting us out of another market. For many T1IJS- AliT gal u:in ollariut;. ........ iiair-cmUng...... Hhaiupooipp . .... . Btl-,.., US cts. 6" cts. ......AfCtP. .!, Sprnig Bed i Loaneg JVrA.N"tJFA.CTOKTr, Upholstering & Paper Hanging PKlt'KS, ki:asonable. f37 Vt my plcc cf business, near Ihe Democrat offic it 71. LA Al JBihQLn. WEST SIDE OF THE PLAZA BANK EXCHANGE., JPhetiix, A. 7. E. GANZ. Prot i ietor is the best Fitted Hotel this sideof J os Angelos. On the Europca 1 Plan! The Rooms an Beds are Comfortable and Clean. The Dinius Boom, in connecUon wlUi the Honse, is a Good as the Best in the Country Car fitted and stocked to equal an; Oily. COMFORT! PLEASURE! SATISFACTION! July 7th. 1879.-U" SUBSCRIBE FOR TIT AT T? I) I TIIE LKADINQ THE ARIZONA Jlll JilVi SEWSPAPEB. "Drafts and r.iegraphic Exchange yirs the demand of France and Germany n all the principal cities of the United for remounts has been confidently calcu- tates, bought and gold. latod upun by our horsG-ljieodcrd; but it would heem (hat in this market also we are beiug undersold by America. French agents are out West with orders for no less than 5000 horses for 'the French armv. Theyafe to tie shipped to IJavrc in batches of 250 at a time. Tiiese American h- rses, as the shipper says, are just the thing to carry a Frenchman into or out of a light, as they .uo hardy sud Sjpirik'd, Tljroo years ago :000 hordes were' shipped tp Loudon to tho Jletiopolitan Tramway Company, and a lot ter is quoted from Mr. 0. A. Smith, Chair man of the company, to tho ulfcct bat t!P Ainuiieuii loi t.-j ai.q t!m toughest iot hardy of any that wo iran get. T would give two Freneh hors-3 for one American one anv d;iy. It would seem that it is not only on the nice-course that the transatlantic horso-bi coders distances his Jiritiali competitor. Cortez fau. Bet. Gurit-y and WiIlU. PRi SCOTT. A. T. t"arte iff Vsifes, itupciii. Is. Vit- tprtn &; stP" s S4'' liuiy. WORK EXECUTED I.V FIHST-CL.V3S bTi'LJ CA Fine Assortment Strreoscopic yibws of Arizpiip sccdci, lALWAYS ON HAND.i Compiising scenes of Prefcott and vi ciuity, Camp Whipple, Verde, McDowell and others. Views of Buildings, Mininp Camps, etc., on short notice D. F. MITCHELL Dissolution IVotice. Thscopartnirshlp heretofore existing between Jo'iu Klrwaneu and Geo W. Sines has tMs day bern d:s solred fcy mutual conseDt. Jlr. Kirwac n retiring tml Mr. Sine retaining the business: AU bills due the firm or owed by them up to date will be setUed by the remaining paitaer, JOIIN KIRWAGEX, GEO W. SINES All persons snowing themEelrcs indibted to tbo Ute firm of Kiiwagf n & Sines are notified that an immedi ate settlement is required, GEO. W, SIXES. Prcacott, March 13th, 16b2. 3w The Presse Mcdicalc Beige describes two unitud children, born in 18r7 at Lacona, Italy, and lately exhibited at Vienna. Each tias a well-formed head, perfect arms, and a separate thorax., with perfect viscera, but they join at tho sixth rib, and there is but one abdomen, and one right and left leg. Each has power of tho corresponding leg only. Thiu Baptite commands tho right leg. and Jacob tho left. Each child has its own emotions, and one will laugh while th" other cries. Cincinnati Commercial special: "No one need imagine," said District Attorney Cork hill to-night, "that Quitcau will not hang on the fJOth of June. He will. The anni versary of that fateful Saturday will fjnd him under tlip dissecting knifo. 1 hear that Scovillc has deserted the case and will file no bill of exceptions. Whether he does or not is a matter of no moment at all. The court in banc will grant no new trial. It has pracr tically passed alread upon eery poht that could be presented in any possible hill of exceptions. Every word and every act c f Judge Cox'during tho trhil was the result of i conference with all his brethren of the bench. There is nothing to he decided now, and the assassin will never appear in a court room again. His nest appearance in public will !) on the scaffold." Gijrfielrys Cfceerfulneaa. Probably no acminist ration ever opened its existence under brighter auspices thanj that of President Carheld, but it was not long before his great vitality ahowpd signs, of yieiuiiig to iu ur;ii;i;iiijj wear in iiie never ending demand and' importunities for place. Each day brought its exhausting physical fatigue and intellectual weariness tho re sult of a continual din of selfish talk. Fair ly staggering into the library at the close of a specially exhausting day hj said to me; "I cannot oiidu're this much longer; no man, who has passed liis prime, can succeed me here, to wrestle with the people as I have done without its kil'imr him." Yet through it all he was cheeerful. As throughout his. lifo, s even novy his great liearr held Its accustomed sway; "the playful, almost boy ish, humor, illuminating all. Leaving be hind tho stress of work and the care? of his office, ho wqujd often rv; " Hoxv the furi'is oyer, Ic'f, lis go to busiuess!" referring to some proposed recreation. Col. A. F. Eock well, in the Century. Tha Bodle Mystery, Tho Itunmii remains recently found in an abandoned shaft at llodio have been identi fied as those of Mary E. Turner, a young married woman, they having, been buried ju the Bodie c?ueter only a short time previ ous. Llie testimony eliciteu betoro tlio Coroner's jury went to show that the body had been exhumed by, or at the instance of Dr. Blackwood, for purposes pf dis section. The skull of the deceased was recognized by (lie peculiarly handsome teetli. Blackwood denied all knowledge of tho affair, but immediately too Ifrench lpyp finiio tp,wi(. ' T : ttvt : r ijoara Defense of tho Chinese Governor Stanford has bought the trot ting stallion Piedmont for 30,000. Santa Claus is the only stallion that ever beat Piedmont in a nice, ami Piedmont beat him last July at Chicago. "Get a divorce?" said Mrs. Sharptung my husband get a divorcei" No, ho is too mean to get anything! Why, that man has not got heart en..iiL'u to get the small-pox! fho'H..i t his hair pulled!" The newest trick of the three-card nionte men in Chicago is to use three cards of busi ness firms, instead of playing cards, and pretend to be only trying their skill as ama teurs. Victims .. e thu3 mad.0 of men who could not be deceived hf ihe sjil method. The author of A Fool's Errand" has lately gone into mining speculations. An exchange snys, "a revised edition of the oolsi.n-aifl witu notes ana appendix may shortly bo expected. In short, ho has just Degun ou ins errand. The anti-sl.ivery movement, iu which Mr. Hoars State took so conspicuous a Prti was to eliminate slavery from tho soaiI and political systems of the United States. Ef-ssachuse now, through its representa tive in the United States Senate, stands as tho advocate of a slavery more vile, and moro hurtful ii its etl'ects on fr'e labor than African slavery ever wis. D,iily Iteport. By breathing ns rapidly as possible, Dr. Yates was enabled t" endure a surgical operation. He says: "I heard the knife rip through tho tlesh, like tho sound produced mi cutting leather, I 1 1 did not feel the pain." It is saiil th it n wash composed of lime, salt and line sand, or wood ashes. put on in the ordinary way of whitewash ing, renders tiie root very safe against fire front falling einders, or otherwise in case of hres in the vicinity, i. ? ij The lahieat man Is on a Western naner. He spoil! photograph "-Itograph." There have been only three worse than he. One lived out m Kansas and dated hia letters llworth, aii-ther spelled Tennessee "10,iC," aijd tit.- other, wrote Wyandotte There ia a man who cannot tret prompt service to liis bell at his hotel. The other night he gave the bell a violent ring at mid night, bhortlv .ifter the servant answered it. "I don't want auvthiii! now." said the fellow. "I ring now in order to get in on file. Bring mo hot water at eight in the morning. 1 ri t A well Ifitowii tragedian occasionally gave a pass io his landlady. She was sitting with her little girl in the pi; of the theater, when the heavy villain was about to st ihe tra gedian in the gizzard. The child seeing her friend's dinger, started up and shrieked out, "Qh, please don't kill lain, or he wont give us. any more tickets for the theatre!" It is reported that Sergeant Mason, who shot at Guiteau, is likely to be brought a second time before j cpurc niartial upon a chargp pi insulting the sqrgeovts V ho, m the course of the late trial, were sent to his cell for the purpose of examining a wound recived lv him in I the lat3 war. Only r, very ptor beginning has yet Ikjcd made by M. Do Lesseps on his Panama ca nal scheme, and yet it ia said tint seventy eight canal oclcials and over one thousand men have already perished in the enterprise. It is estimated that the canal, if it is ever put through, will cost 20,000 lives. Mrs. ScovUlo wrote an open letter to the United States Senate, in which she asked that Conkling be not continued, and charged him with being responsible for Garfield's murder qnd the sentenco passed on her "poor, crazy baother." Mrs. Scoville is proving herself to be a bigger fool than her brother. Bob Injjeroll says; "After all, there are but few lives worth living, in any great and splendid sense. 3Caturu 'seems full of fail ure, and she has made no execution in, favor of man. To tho reatcnt, to. tho most suc cessful Ihere comeo a tipe hoi the fevered lips. o,f life long for the cool, delicious kiss of death when tired of the dust. and glare of day, they hear with joy the rustling gnr meats of ni"ht. S. li. Evans is satisfied that the same race built the prehistoric mouiuU found in Mexico and the United States. He bases his belief i tho allege d facts of a close resomblance between the construc tion of these remains, of the similarity of the iuiplinients employed, of the bu rial of the dead being exactly alike, and of the closo likeness of the skulls found in the tombs of the mound building period, whatever tho locality may be. The Aztecs were not tho mound builders, because ho holds they had no tendency through religious' or other motives in that direction, ami the specinifiis of potterv r .i . ..1 i , . - , , luumi in i. i.ioim is ami n r..nii'is couiu , wer passonge TUE CHINESE BILL. Washington, March 10. When the con sideration of the Chinese bill was resumed in the Senate, Hawley took the floor and spoke against it. He wes followed by Jones of Nevada, who strongly advocated the pas sage of tho bill. Muller followed favoring it. Morrill took the floor and stated that he should vote against the bill. Farley, Edmunds and Sherman followed in brcef speeches. Farley's amendment, providing that the Chinese shall not become naturalized, wa3 " then passed by a vote of 25 to 22. Groves' amendment., declaring the term "laborers" whenever used in the bill shall constitute skilled laborers and Chinese en gaged in mining, was adopted by a vote of 25 against 22. An amendment was adopted striking out the requirement that passports shall bo pro duced whenever lawfully demanded. .-, Tho Bill was then reported from the com mittee of the whole to the Senate, and a vote taken on Ingall's amendment to fa duco the period of suspension from 20 years to 10 yeara, which was rejected by a vote of 21 to 20. At 2:30 p. in. the bill was placed on its final passage and passed by the following vote: Yeas Bayard, Beck, Cameron of Wis., Cockrell, Coke, Fair, Farley, Garland, Gra ver, George, Gorman, Hale, Harris, Hall of Col., Jackson, Jones of Florida, Jones of Nevada, Miller of Cal., Miller of 2. Y. Morgan, Pugh, Eansom, Stanton, Slater, Teller, Vance, Vest, Voorhees and Walker. Kays Aldrick, Alston, Blair, Brown, Conger, Davis of 111., Dawes, Edinunds, Frye, Hoar, Ingalls, Lapham, McDill, Mc Millan, and Morrell. VOTE ON THE CHINESE BILL, Washington, March 10 Analysis of the final vote on the Chineso bill shows that twenty-one Democrats and eight Republi cans were recorded in favor of the bill in the shapo in which it passed, and that thir teen Rep. blicans and one Democrat and ov.b Independent, Davis, of Illinois, were re corded against it. Adding to these totals - announced the pairs showing is thirty Deni obrats and eight Republieans in Iho affirmant xive, twenty-two" xvCTinoricaus, one -Deuiociy and one Independent in the negatative, leaving fourteen members of tho the Senate unaccouueed for. Record of vote on the amendment to reduce tho time of suspen sion to 10 years, was made up of eighteen Repubioans, one Democrat and one Inde pcijbyit in favor of the reduction, and is. Five Democrats voted on t'hwnlmem!?? went yesterday when the bill was in Com mittee of theWholo, Tho diinunition of that nuinhor to one to-day is to bo credited mainly to the private exertions of Farley, who induced three of the five to change, their votes on this proposition. Miller and Farley jointly procured an extension of Pendleton's pair with Sherman, so as to ap ply to this amendment as well as to the final vote on the'bill, It simple justice to add that all (he Pacific Coast Senators have, labored unceasingly iu private as well aa public to ipiin victory, and that without their earnest, intelligent and abJa efforts of every description the bill would undoubtedly have been shorn of its most vital featares or defeated outright. Jones- speech, which brought the debate practically to a close to day, and which was wholly extemporaneous, is universally regarded os one of tho ablest oratorical offorts of recent years. :Aimoju, Tho New Moxioo and Arizona R. R. was opened for freight, and passengers to-day. H. V. Clark is agent at Contention, and E.H. Melonyat llenson. The fare from Benson to Carleton is $1.50. General mer chandise is 11 cents per 100 lbs. Train connect with all Southern Pacific Trains. fiENEBAIi NEWS. San FnANfteo, March 10. A number of Remington rifl es have been bought by Mexico to arm the people of Hennosillo iigamst the Apaches, AX UNt'ALEEU FOR ATTACK. New York, March 13. The attack on Garfield's character is i evcaling somepeculiar features. It is alleged that the letter printed in tho Now York Sun camo from Kate Chase Sprague, tluough Conkling. THE CHINESE ItU Washington, March 13 His the opinion among Comjressmen that tin Chinese biil will secure a two-thirds vote n the House. OETTINa READY 1'OK WOliK. lUrnum is at Washington organizing a Democratic Campaign Committee. A OOOD ANI ItKAVE OFFICEU. Chicago, March 13 General Manager Pot er, of the C. B. & Q, Railrv.d, has gracefullyrecognized the services of General E. A. Carp in ridding the bordera of Ne braska am Colorado of murderous savages for which General Carr received the thanks of the Legislature'of both of those States by nauiiug the station on his new lino to Denver "Carr City." The station it neat Summit Springs, where tlie General achieved one of his most important victories over the; Indians, WHAT OITU 1UXEGATE IS DOING. Washington-, March 13. Hon. G. If. Oury has introduced bill No. 4075, to pro vide for tho election of a governor and sec retary of a territory by the vote people of thu several t rritories, which was referred to tho Committee on Territories and ordered to be printed. whiskv axi Tobacco. The bill to reduce tho tax on whisky- and toba?co will be favorably reported. STOKMS IN CAUF'lltNU TKAVEI. FREIGHT: MARicor.v, March 33 Storms bettvoen Los Angeles and San Francisco prostrated! telegraph wires, consequently but fow dis -patches. Trains although come in on time. Townsend Cox, Jr., and F. F. Thomas. not haw been made h the Aztecs. I Herz ' , 500; Ik.id, JOuO. Raible, 1700.