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Weekly citizen. S USD AY, APRIL 2, 1SS2 EBITISB INSOLENCE. In times of insurrection, sedition and riot, a government is often compelled temporarily to resort to arbitrary meas¬ ures for safety and protection.andu pos¬ sible wrong to individuals may result, ft is, however, reasonable to suppose that, after reasonable time, the errors of the emergency may bo corrected and innocent sufferers accorded justice, if not indemnified for their actual unjust losses. The troubles in Irelaud, while not par¬ taking of the nature of a concerted in¬ surrection, Imve afforded England an op- .portnnity of exorcising an arbitrary authority quite at varianco with the spirit of the present age, and while sup¬ pressing the troubles arising from de¬ fective agrari.-iu laws, that Government lias deviated so fur from its reputed usual spirit of fairness and disregard of international law and treaty, as to im¬ prison American citizens temporarily sojourning within its domains for many months, without trial or official inquiry ' into the cause thereof. The best efforts of our minister to the Court of St James for the relief of these prisoners have been met by an arrogant snubbing through Lord Granville, and our weak represen¬ tative rejiorts that they can only be released through the "courtesy " of the Uritish Government! They are accused of no crime, but have been arrested and thrown into pris¬ on under the coercion act a subversion of civil process to military exigencies as being "reasonably suspected," and months aro allowed to pass without the least manifest disposition to inquire into the truth of the allegations against them. During all this time a desultory cor¬ respondence has been niantained be¬ tween our State Department and Minister Lowell relative to tho matter, but it has been barren of result Re¬ cently, however, Secretary Frelinghuy- sen has exerted more vigor in their be¬ half, and on March 2d, in a cipher tele¬ gram to Lowell he instructs the latter to use all diligence in regard tp the late eases, especially of Hart an 1 McSweeney, and report his action by cable. A THE OrXSMUT HIKE. Mr. P. A.'Chnlfant, who arrived yester¬ day from the Gunsight mine, Myers dis¬ trict, where he has spent the past two months, furnishes us tho following in re¬ lation to matters and things that have oome under his personal observation: Since about the 25th of January last work upon the Baker three-compart¬ ment shaft of the Gunsight mine has leea pushed right along. This has been and still is the principal, almost thcnly, work in hand upon this property, since it is to be the working shaft for not only the Gunsight bnt nlso for other of the oomtKinv's locations all lying within a luc citizens of ls Angeles aro or- ratlin of less than 1.000 feet. A ranizing a society for the promotion of part of this worir, an extensive roadway, manufactures. This is a worthy move- as also a working dump in front of the mentand a similar step in Tucson wonld shaft, and foundation for the hoisting prove of great advantage to the city. machinery above it, had to be The California papers are indulging in a good deal of rejoicing over the crop prospects in that State. Cattaix Thomas II. Fcench, of the Seventh United States Cavalry, and one of the participants m the Custer fight, died at Leavenworth Wednesday morn¬ ing. Lei-eocsi 0 .inamen are causing a vast amount of uneasiness among the citi¬ zens of Kan Francisco and the interest in the anti-Chinese bill is on the in- crea e. EDUCATIONAL COLUMN. Geo. C. Haix, Editor (Published ever- Friday.) Communications for this department should be addressed to its Editor. reply was received by cable, in cipher the next week. March 1, 1S82. Lowell says that on the 10th of June, 1SS1, he instructed the Vice Consul at Belfast to ascertain the cause of arrest, and if the prisoner were innocent to present the matter in the competent quarter, and ask that McSweeney be released or brought to trial. The same day Mr. Lowell asked Lord Granville to fnrnish particulars in the case. The Under Secretary at Dublin meanwhile informed the Vice Consul at Belfast that the prisoner was reasonably suspected of inciting persons to assemble unlawfully, and commit riot and assault. Xo farther means of ascertaining the justice of the accusation were open to the Vice Consul. Later, on the 29th of June, Inrl Granville informed Lowell that, ir¬ respective of the nationality of arrested pcrties, whether native or alien, in no ease could information be given beyond statements of the warrant of arrest. Mc¬ Sweeney having asserted his innocence, Lowell communicated this circumstance, unofficially, on the Sthof July.and asked that the case might be considered favor¬ ably. Lowell was therenpon distinctive¬ ly assured that McSweeney could not be discharged from custody, his conduct having brought him under the operation of the Coercion Act. Frelinghuysen then sent the following: The Secretary of State refers to the cause of O'Connor, Hart, McSweeny. Walsh. McEnery and Dalton. and directs Mr. Lq-etl o inform the British Gov- -runout aiscussiug the appntatmiry- the existing coircivo statute to the citizens of the United States, the Lord Lieutena-it of Ireland will be instructed, under the first section of tho act, to exercise the discretionary powers conferred thereby in this and all cases of impris oned Americans b ordering prompt trials. In reply to this, on March 7, 13S2, Lowell says the instructions of Frellng- huysin have been obeyed, and Earl Granville had informed him that the matter will have immediate attention. The matter now is attracting much at¬ tention in tho United States Senate, and although tho Slate Department has taken no steps to resent tho alleged af¬ front put upon Minister Lowell, Con¬ gress has asked the President for all the documents bearing on the case and will Tery.likc'y take immediate action. lcrs cards. lie had been a trouble Awosa the most candid political news- some passenger, and was ea-ued from ; pui-cro me .uonisviiie Miurier-jonrnat sleeper. The firing was unrtrovnked stands without a rival. Its criticism of and resulted in tho instant death ol tue uameM-Lhae letter is not only fair Suinroie hi-hk- Pi,,mri ri,.;.,;, says: Ihere is remleman. It wnnW wm irm tt, blasted out of the solid rock before the actual work of sinking could be advantageous¬ ly prosecuted. While blasting out for the machinery work iu the thrift proper had to be suspended forabout one week. At another time, owing to tiic fact that kouie of the shaft timbers en ruutc from Gila Bend were delayed on account of the condition of the roads, made impas¬ sable b the raiu, the work was sus¬ pended for two da a. With these excep¬ tions Superintendent Caldwell and Fore¬ man B. T. Russell have managed in the face of various obstacles to keep the work of finking the shaft going on both night and day, all reports to the contra¬ ry notwithstanding. When the uiners were obtainable, three shifts of five men each were cons'antly engaged in the shaft; at other times, or when the men were not to bo had, as was tho case more than once, two shifts of ten hours each were employed. In this manner, the shafr, on the 25th inst., had been driven dowi and perfectly timbered to a depth of 101 feet. To properly timber the shaft to this depth required 30,000 feet of sawed timbers and planking. A fine 30-horse power hoisting engine and boiler is in place, but hits not been used up to the present because a heavy cast iron plate pertaining to the boilet furnace had failed to come to hand, con¬ sequently the boiler could not be set up. A duplicate is now en routeand inabou: two weeks from this date tho hoisting will be done by steam. At present it is done by a whim, with which about twe feet depth is made per day. The inten¬ tion is to sink the bbaf t 000 feet before entering upon the regular extraction ol ores, or further development of the two immense ledves, the Gunsight and Sil¬ ver Girt, midway between which the shaft is being sunk through the country rock. But, as showing how nearly tbt whole hill will come to bo a sohV mass of ore, a three-fool ledge of wha" appears to be good ore has been cut it the shaft itself. Mr. Chalfanl says thn' in his candid dnvictiou the glowing re¬ ports of the' great extc t and value ot the ore lmdies in the adjacent mines ar no exaggeration of apparent facts. Iff also says that in viewof the great amount of preliminary work to be done, several months, possibly a year, may elapse be fore actual mining can be fairly begun It hoped and expected that water insuf ficient amount to supply a mill right at the dump will be struck in the workinc shaft. The realization of that hope urns' enhance the value of the property ma¬ terially since, otherwise, the ores win have to be transported some five milet for reduction. Knowing something of the actual condition of things and tin situation in general, Mr. C. gives Mr Bivins, the General Manager and Mr. Caldwell, the Superintendent in charge decided credit for tho pluck, energy and judgment displayed by both, in meetini and overcomirg the many difficulties they have had to contend with in bring- in' lis. "rwrtfce-i JUrj-arAtTterV-'Tfd" vanced state of development. But foi them, the first named especially, it is not at all likely the district would have been heard of for venrs to come. Now' it b;ds fair to soon be one of the most impo - tant in the entire Territory. EDUCATION AND CBUiE More than one-half of the fund raised by taxation is consumed in the prosecu¬ tion of criminals. A single murdercase sometimes costs the people more in ac- tu d money than would be the cost of n thorough common school education for every child ip the county whero the murder was perpetrated. The homely proverb, "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure," applies well here. Tho more education advances tho less liability there is to infraction of the law. This principle is too weil es¬ tablished to need argument. Tho time has long passed when education was TiiEitB can be no question that the general results of public education would bo far greater were thoso en¬ trusted with the direction of such mat¬ ters to adopt the principlo that they would first select the most competent teachers available, and then assign them salaries sufficient to content them and mako them regard teaching as their permanent occupation, and that the last measure taken in the interest of economy should be the decrease of the teacher's salary below a proper point. It is repotted that half the silver half, dollars circulated in Montana are count¬ erfeits, containing only sixteen percent. of silver. It is believed that they are thought -i dangerous training of people, I year than ever before known Prticott Para;rajilis. Democrat. Michael Welch, a county charge, native of Ireland, age 35, died March 24th, at tho Sister's Hospital and was buried Sat¬ urday evening. Mr. Mundy is np from the Verde and says that everybody and everything looks lovely diwu there. Fanners are busy planting their crops and a larger ncreugo of small grain will bo put in this made bv Chinese in San Francisco. enabling them to commit crime the more skilfully. The culture of the pres- TlIE Masons tbroughtout the State of lent century repudiates the proposition that national education is a national curse. Tho rank nnd file of mankind in civil- Kansas are experiencing an immense re¬ vival of work in the Chapters and Com- nanderies. This is probaoly owing to anticipations of the pilgrimage to San Our friends, young and old, are slowly but surely being downed by that arch young chap, Cupid. We hear that sev¬ eral others will soon fall by the wajside. Well, if a man wants to get into such an entangling alliance as matrimony ap¬ pears to be, he can find no fairer a mate I .1 11 11 - 1 A i,,ia i.,;t- mi .uiu i , , n.. We ate informed by Mr. Sims that the better under the humanizing influence ' ,..; , , i..- i or letters. 1'cople read tho telegraphic raade connection from both side a on Fri reports of misdeeds, and say that they I day morning. It will take aliotii six never heard of so much crime in former week finish 'up tho work, when it will days; that tho world is surely becoming hIA ?. JJifJ.T, Francisco reporter, he said: "1 find in the more Ticious, whereas the fact is that is nearly as manv more feet of heavy tasterr States too mucn ol a renex oi tue teiegrapuic intercommunication oi rocs, ciuung icauing up 10 me lace. English manncts and customs, and reflec-1 all lands is only now throwing ita calci- The many friends of Mr. a. I'. Behan r . l . 1 ! It. I nm 1 1 ,l . h ru-tM I.rvH waflnnr I UUU U.t?9 AA UUU u VUC3 UiC IUU41HII 1 tionsot tnemseivcb arc not auimr.iuic . , , . , . ... m7lt; ,hl. - - -.- , -. i ; ; i "-"i . - what i nice uesi is ine civinzauen unicii " "-v- "v " (Jougregntional church, next iVeitnes- ihe neonle of the West have formed for immediate Jo?al neighbornood ol their, day evening at 7SJ0 o clock. After the Francisco in 1883. PtRHAP.' Oscar Wilde :s not sa bad a man alter all as lie has been painted. In I a conversation the other d.y with a San XeiT Meslco Kews. The firemen of A buquerquo had their ball on the 17th. The Review says it was a great success. The A. and P. railroad aro attempting to reclaim the desert portion of ita grant by sinking artesian wells. The name of A. S. Merriman, of Chi¬ cago, has been sent to the Senate to suc¬ ceed John Sherman, Jr., as United States marshal. Fort Selden, on the A., T. and S. F., is to be made, so it is said, the headquar¬ ters of this military district. Ten com¬ panies will be stationed at the post. It is stated that all the land along the Atlantic and Pacific railroad, west from Albuquerque to tho eastern border of Arizona, will be surveyed this year. Frank D. Allen, the yonng man who shot aud killed West Whiton at Paschal, in the Burnt mountains, has been held in So.OCO bail to await the action of the grand lury. Monday morning last, a severe wind store swept over.Las Vegas and did con¬ siderable injury. The cornice of the store of Jaffa Bros, was blown down, burying two men in the debris. On Wednesday Hon. John A. Miller made a bet of S 100 with E. Shepherd and councilman L. D.Millerthat the railroad would be running into Silver City in twelve months from tho timo of making the let. Southwest. The nmmotora of the nronoseil Tpxas Santa Fe aud Northern Railroad will, it The Romance of iTood Ensravin?. Like printing, the infancy of Wf.od-en- granng is shrouded in well-nigh ULfnth- omable mystery. The first woodcut nuw known to the world appeared itout 1123, and nobody lian the slighest idea who cut the Mock. Tho only exiatiug imprcsiion was found pasted inside of tlinMivorof it ir-.,iuu:critit iu tlw library of a Sunbian convent, aud is now 111 Eai I Royal Costumes. From the Fail Mall Oasette of Feb. II. The queen held tho first drawing nntinnof the seascn at Buck¬ ingham palace yesterday afternoon. Tliej Prince and Princess of Wales the Duke t of Edinburgh, Princess Christian, rnn- cess lfeHtnce, the unite i uuraiuno at d the duke and duchS3 of Teck were present About eighty presentations cording to Painl on a French woo I er graver, and wnteroatno subject, tuete were some blocks even oleer tirnn Ibis. They wore cut, mi his recount runs by the "twin?, Alt xandni Alberic Omio and Isabella Unuio. Th mmden is des¬ cribed as being surprisingly beautiful, talented and accomplished; at IS ahe nn- derstood Latin and geometry, wrote ex¬ cellent verse, plael uj-ou several in¬ struments, and hxd hi 'iiu to design and jiaint with deiicaej uud taste; while her lirother, the tlnvulr.c Aiberic, was uf quite ravishing beauty, and oue of the i most chunniug voiitlw iu foitrteeuih century tit Italy. At Hue eoniinuuuVt a squadron of hore in tlie wrs, ad dis¬ played extraordinary valor. After dis¬ tinguishing himseii by defeating SIX) of tue foe he returned to his aruijbteitister, and in conjunction with her designed and executued eight wonderful wood¬ blocks, illustrating tho progress of Alex¬ ander. On the completion of this re¬ el irki b e series he ouee more ventured ou the field of battle, !eioK accompanied by the passionate lover of his bwtntiful sister. This brave action, lutwever, is said, commerse to grade the r-iatl j proved fatal, for lie was killed, ami Ins Spencer's famous collection. But ac- were made tu her majesty. The follow- them;elves.' As exchange says eight hnndred sub¬ scribers request every Sunday to bo put iu connection by telephone with the South Church, Hartford, Conn., where there is a jiopular preacher. They re¬ port themselves able to follow nearly the whole service. There is occasional difficulty in getting the solo singing, or if tho speaker turns away from the transmitter there is liable to be a break in the discourse. perpetration. As Ajax Telamonides praved for light and defied the Fates as to all else, so do we pray for general dif¬ fusion of education, willing to grapple with the problems of social and political affairs relying upon their speedy solu¬ tion, if only "oi polloi" are rescued from the slough of ignorance. THE COMMON SCHOOL SYSTEM. The common school system, as now in force, can be regarded as a permanent factor in the social culture of the State. Theie are those, without doubt, who de¬ sire a change in some of its features but no one wishes its overthrow. The children of the commonwealth mnst be ..... .t- I ssue, tacKieu tne question in ims siyie taught, and this is stmnlv impossible Chinaman wouid sooner 11 a me without some system, under the guid- through the new and capacious hospital. man go on a uruuB, uuu oum iamc. anep auu guardianship of the law. And. rw.. in a Government like ours, such guard- Mr. James Mee came in vesterdnv tanship cannot, in reference t i those w,n eOoj pounds of bai.ioa from trim nrA tn ;t m-i- tne luscumoia mm. Soun of the Eastern papers are in¬ clined to grow facetious in discussing the Chinese question. One, in a recent I ceremony there will be a reception at tho residence of the groom, at which Mr. and Mrs. Behan will lie pleased to meet all their friends Wo congratulate our fnend Price on his new and' lucky de¬ parture1. He has chosen for his com¬ panion through life one of Prescott's most accomplished aud chanmngdaugh tcrs. and his future is bright with the rosy hues of happiness and prosperity, fJUncr.J Felix Gallcgos and John Connors who were very unfortunate on tho line ol rail¬ road, ncc ssitating tho amputating of each s right arm.i aro getting along uu der the careful management of Dr. Ains worth, as well as circumstances will ad¬ mit, considering the serious natute of their wounds At present there are 111 theconnty hospital, as county and other patients about 24. In tho absence of Mother Monica Suiter Teresa showed ns washee washee cheap than sit round a bar-room stove, chewing, spitting and swearing, 'allee bamee Melican man;' therefore, politicians reason that he will never be anything but a heathen, nnd won't "assimilate with Americans It is very sad. TitEitE is no country in tho world growing richer and faster than this The rate of interest in wealth is two millions of dollars a day. The annual increase f wealth in the United States is esti¬ mated at eight hundred and twenty five millions while the annual accumulation is three hundred nnd twentv-five mil¬ lions, in France three hundred and wenty-six millions, and in Germany inly two hundred millions Annnal in¬ comes reach the highest averages iu this country and Great -Britain one hundred and sixty-live dollars allow any distinctions of high or low, rich or poor, bond or free. The possible blessings of the system mnst be common t to all. Connected with the svsteni there are, it is true, problems of great difficulty and as yet unsolved, growing out of the relations of Church and State, but those difficulties are not of such a character as to warrant any radical attempts to give up tho present system and try another, nor do we believe that there aro very many within the State who serionslv entertain a thought of this kind. Hon. E. E. Higbee, Stato Superintendent of Schools, Penn. CAM. There is something so relentless in the pressure of our public school system, especially in its higher grades; there is in it so little possibility of adoptation to the needs nnd weaknesses of individual pupils; and the spur which it constantlv applies to the more sensitive and finelv- constituted minds is bo excessive, that great and often irreparable injury is the I thousand dollars iu bullion was obtained, result Resnonsihibt for rim eiistenrA He inspected Tom HalLck's mine also ..ni.:..i.4rn.: 1. 1- the old Planet copper mine, and has a . ....., u...v,L. a ,t.c joqj opinion of them. in Tinrc ttitii inn rfiipm. nhto i ta rnn I . . .. . --- --- -, JJr jonn n. isoDcrts who arrived in ciatwuK auu mnexioie; in pan wiiu this part ot Ap.wj'M'.iji.iSE', trrx rr From Mr. J. N Mnrlow we leatn that 12o men are emp'oyed iu the Tip Top mine, and thct the mm is running to its full capacity. The Onartermasfer at Whipple yes terday paid out between three and four thousand dollars in new silver com, just from the ban rrauciaeo mint We are informed that on the 21st of March, there was born, to the wife of George Wood, of Verdo Vallev. n daughter, but since learn that the little ono died on the 2Gtb. We yesterday learned that Chaplain Mitchel. U. S. A, departed this life at Bowie, Thursday last, March 23. Those who knew the deceased eay he was 11 good and upright man. r irman .Meiia. our .Mexican minim: friend, is up from alnut Grove when he worked some five or six hundred pounds of ore from a ledge that formerly belonged to Fred. Henry. The resuft shows that the ore worked will vield some $400 per ton in gold and silver. Mr. E. J. Reed is back from Bill Wil- hams i tork. Signal, etc Ha sava that a clear clean up was made, alter a recent short run, made for the purpose of try¬ ing the McCrackui mill, and that six- The depth of the wa'er iu portions of the overflowed districts in Louisiana is -nggested by a telegram from New Or¬ leans which states that a steamer left Black River on Wednesday, and steamed lown the lane's, over fields and through the quarters of several plantations, ex¬ citing the wonderment of people who .rowded the lofts ot tho gin bonees Die 1oat ran two and one-half miles in- 'and. th waves of the boat snlaihinL" .1 11 rich cotton section. Stock was on fail to herd sigsCi weakness; nnd in I "here be has as good a cattle ranga aw scaffolds iu many place?, waiting to be taken to high grouniL A man named William M. Haines, said to have been a resident of Yuma and an a tour through the east, shot and kil¬ led Alex. C. Swingateof Langton, on the Ohio and Mississippi train, near Mendo- ta, Ind., on March 27th. The assassin then jumped from the train, while goin? forty miles an hour, landed safely, walk¬ ed half a mile to the creek, stripped am' jumped in, drowning himself. Sonv money and whisky was found on his per- vm. His valise had a daeeer.md sramb 'en Id ins. The St Louis Mint bill will be favora- ily reported. Dick Hudson is prspnr"m to stock tho line between Deming1 and Silver Citv. The rains in Tennessee have uncovered bonanza in the form of a bed ofcoalon the side of Cumberland Mountain. Miss Emma, daughterof ex-Postmaster Ireneral Key, was thtown from a buggv it Chattanooga on the 18th and fatallv injured. cart with narents xchn r,ll .i aBV. !n Arizona, well stocked with sittle iiet. ..: iI An 1 ,1 ,-,7 and horses. He recently built himself fo lish pride to have their children make a irood dwelling lmnsp. Iin ntw.nf f,. ft good showing in the marks of the acres of wheat growing, and is going to term, and tho examinations and exhibi-1 prect wini' """'i etc. Knowing him to lions stimulate their nmhitinn t m oe a KO?."' maa wc are Phased with hi 1 ,.,.,"" . prosperity. uuinu ui nine ueuuu. jjui wnercver n....ci...i.i.-.. i . ...... 1 wcijj uiuuuaiu. hlu uisienousiy uis , - c 1 Hiiueareo irom uiif Jim? wimf rimo m.t remedy, the evil is a great, and if onr December, has been heard from, and is observation does not mislead nn. n prow. now-cn rnnte from rvewlork Citytothi: inc- one. TWnn .Tn,l T?r"to"V Stoddard, it will be recollect eil, lelt Ins wire at JJig llag, and his un- extilninetl nbsenrA trna tfiAnnticnr m-,.!. WHAT THE PUPIL SHOULD KNOW. snecnlatinn in tlinte.-.mti Afr KI.I.1 A child of decent mental powers ought has volunteered no explanation of his within the next 30 days The road will run from Espanola to Santa Fe, thence tj the Cerrillos mines and coal beds thence to Bernalillo and Albuquerque, nnd on south. The business men of Santa Fe aud Bemalitlo counties, it is said, will subscribe $20,000, and it is ex¬ pected that these counties will each vote the comiauy 3100,000 in aid of the en¬ terprise. The Socorro Sun gives the following as the history of the Socorro g ant: After the rcconquest of Mew Mexico by the Spaniards, through the influence of the missionary priests the crown of Spain conceded one league of land, where the town of Socorro now stands, to a tribe of Pueblo Iudians. These Indians suls- sequentlv abandoned the grant and it remained without any claimants until 1815, when one Maunel Trujillo secured fiom the Mexican governor, on the plea of the grant to the Indians aforesaid. the 00U.00U acres now claimed ing account of the dresses worn by the queen and tho princess is given in the Court Circular this morning: "Hie qneeu wore a dress of train black silk, tn mined with jet embroidery ana innge. and ft long white tulle veil, sui mounted bv a coronet ot diamonds Her majesty also wore a necklace, brooches, and ear- rincs of diamonds the ribbon and star ot the Order of tho Garter, the Orders ot Victoria and Albert, the Crown of Indu, Louise, ot Pruviiu, the Russian, Spanish, and Portuguese orders, and the Saxe- Coburg aud Gotlm Family order. Her royal highness, the princess of Wales wore a dress of golden brown wool (of British manufacture) over a june ot colden brown velvet, with deep volant of browu marabout feathers bordered in gold, with a tram of velvet Iineu in wool and bordered in marabouts and gold. Head-dress, a tiara of diamonds feathers and veil: Indian ornaments and the or¬ ders of Victoria and Albert, the Crown of India, St Lather ne of Rnsta, and the DauinU Family order. Her royal highness Princess Christian, nf Sleswick Hiteiu wore a dress of pearl gray satin handsomely trimmed with old Irish point, pearl trimniiugs nnd bunches of red poppies; ornaments diamonds and emeralds; head-dress, u tiara uf dia¬ monds nlnmes and veil. Orders: The Victoria and Albert, the Crown of India. St Catherine of Ru"sia, theSaxc-Cobtirg ( In Mifi Kgmtfv iintur IF-.. I'rt-.jin i only fult about it is only 1 Order ior care ot the sick nnd wounded, 't true, l'apillou, the author the Order of Louise of Prunsia and the of it, hud an exuberant inlaw nation, d I Order of St John of Jernsalem. Her friend dangerously wounded while de¬ fending him iu tne midst -if his etiMoy. This so affected the twin sister that she re-olved never to marry, and piuiug away in the approved style of meilieval romance, die.i at the interesting age ol twentv. ibis is a pretty aud effective story. I u that it isu the latter-day authorities ascrilie it to that peculiarity rather thn to sober hjm- tory. At all events .here has been a nVe little s-inabl'le atioiit it between varkus writers on the art of wod engraving; and as nobody but Papillou ever saw the pictures, nor ever heard of them until he published his "I'raite de la Grvnre," nnd as his proofs areot the mast shadowy Kind, it is generally inilieved in these dull days that the u bolt story is a ro¬ mantic myth of the Middle Age.- Lon¬ don Graphic. Coudinel I'e eirrami. Lord Ersine is d ad. The frontier treity between Russih Tho Denver extension of the Chicago, tsuilingtou and ljuincy road is now completed to Platte rivtr, eighty miles from Denver. In Switzerland the depression in agri¬ culture will send to the United states 450 of the dower of the Bernese and OberlanJ peasantry. J. C. Earlv. an attorney and well known politicia-, shot and tilled police¬ man Samuel lownsend a. LieaJviile 011 Tntsday night. I he House Committee oaUoniTerie reported Pacheco's bill farorb.v on Monday, establishing a fog signal sta¬ tion at an Luis Obijpo. The troops crossed the Yellowstone at Milt-s City in punuitof the Sioux who stole the (Jieyenne wn c. from turt Kcogh last Friday night. Pierre Duchane. aged 1G years starting acrois the country with a yoke of oxen, was snowed under near Caviller. V. 1.. ati 1 found dead eight days later. A. G. Bond pleaded not guilty to the indictment against him iu tha straw bond cases One is for subornation of perjury, and two for conspiracy. At St Petersburg the chief of the Nihilist Execu ivo Committee connected with the construction ot the mine iu Little Garden street, has been arrested. A placard has been postcJ in Dublin. menacing the members of Parliament of that city, because of thir supposed intention of voting for the Cloture bill, The New York World composhors struct: on luesday night for n restora¬ tion of io cents ti r IUuu ems and extra pay for tabular work, and seven hours' vork daily Poke Wells arrested in Wisconsin for burse stealing nnd oa ik iusery, wis enteneed nt Sidnev, I l. on Tuesdav. to ten years in the Penitentiary on the forgery charge. - ... .o. uaruem nas receive! a letter from her setting forth the ances she suffers from tho authorized publishers of bioirraiihies an 1 lortmit- 01 uenerai uarneiu and family. 3Icu IMio I ufiui hctd Their Ago. 1 he course ot lu-tory is not a mere game pliyed by a few geal men; uor )et does it tun in h.i uirteiUe groove which no single man can tarn aside. The great man influences his age, but at the same time he is influenced by bis age. Some of the greatest of men, as tar as their natural gifts went, have been Useless or m-schevious, because they were out ol g;ar with their own age. 'I heir on age could not receive thein, and they could not make their age other i5e than what it was. The most useful kind of jfrtac man is he who is jut so far in advance of his age that bis age can accept him a us leader and teacher. Men of this kind are themselves part of the course of events; they guide it; they make it no quicker or sbwer, but they do not thwait it. Can uc, fur instance, overrate the gain whu came to the new-born federation of Amer¬ ica by finding such a mar. as Washington readymade to its hand? Or lake men nf quite another stamp from the Virginian deliverer. The course of bcr history fat the last 800 vears has been largely af¬ fected by the fact not only that wc un¬ derwent a foreign conquest, uf a partic¬ ular kind, such as could be wrought only by a man of a p.uticjL.r kind. Tin course of our history for the last loo years has been largely affected by the fact that, when English f etdom was in the greatest danger, England tell into the hands of the tyrant whose speii.U humor t nas to carry 'in his tyranny under the forms of law. English history 0 uld no; have been u hat it has been it William the Cor.qutrror and Henry VI II. hid oeen other than what titty were. me blushes to put the two names together. William was great in hiniielf, and must have betn great in any time or place. Henry, a man not withait great gilts. but surely nut a great man, was made important by ciicumstances in ihe tune ind place in which he In'M. But each influenced the course of events by hi: personal character. But they influenced steins iMiiy in iikt sense iii uuKjint?. 'lengthening and (itHckenms some ten¬ ia -ncics anu Keeping otners Dvhk lor a hue. Neither of them, m.r W.iihins.on either, belong to that class of men wS.i, Mr giiKi or tor evil, turn tne world uu side down, the great destroyers and the The distribution of freo soun to the 1" 'e able, at fourteen or fifteen vears f singular conduct, which may be set down . .-. . In T . . ,. .1 rn.. 1 x I . . ... I aa inn nf Ihrun fwnntp!nil.a nAA..? ,u ijuowu ix-.i-cu uti j.uesiav. .iuv 1 aire: 1. 0 read well, nnAii ti.u Tnw.ia 1 .. -w.-aniuu he very poor must look out and look i,.,, o t -. T , , " , ally met with in this wild country. very sharp, for thems.-lves. 1 le0,e Mr. J. W. Ambrose, a go-d nnd ener- The Government will have to feed 20,- . , . tuua"":raole PeoR- getic citizen or Wnlnut Creek precinct, XX) persons in Arkansas for more than raPlirand considerable history ot tho arrived iu Fresjott yesterday and in -wo months. Thi- fact alone shows how world and its eminent men, especially of fnrmed us that a few dnys ago W. G Mieusive is me calamity mat nas lallen Ins own conntrv. 4. 'IV n.nV .n,i """f- l"- wnne iene ipon the southwest Pnirl;B,, m, , ' ... . " inC , by a lire, started accidentally, n Frelerick A. Pnlmer. NWnrV. ' ,"'t: ineiarmers aim stocK raisers Vuditor. who was ronnete.l nf m l. nrrweu leuer 01 "US'ncss or fnendsbip. of alnut Creek and vicinity are, M. but magnanimous. It nothing in the Garfield-Chase letter of the 27th of July, 1SC3, discreditable to tho writer or treacherous to General Rosecrans. The use sought to be made of it by the Stalwarts is characteristic of their temper and methods. Democrat should hold aloof from the controversy. The name and fume of Garfield as a states¬ man, patriot, and man of honor are safe in tho hands of friends, who are able to defend his reputation effectively, late Bnd early. The career of General Roe- crans is his own affair, nnd. because he happens to be a Democratic Congress¬ man, gives him no claim upon the imrfy beyond what he may earn iu a civil and political capacity. The truth of historv will recorl that he whipped Bragg nt Stone River nnd failed t. reap the fruits of his victory, aud that at Chiekamauga Rrag whipped him and did the same thing. Who was to blame in either cse involve a good deal of revelation, which has yet to be written. But that Gar- Ss-Id's letter to Chase, which was straightforward and intelligent, was a breach of trut can only be sIhiwh on the hyivotliesis that a ChieT of Staff is su unthinking slave and bound to obey and servo bis master with the docility of h dog. This Garfield was not, and the effort of the Conkling crowd to have him appear so is as stnpid at it is malignant and mean. It will in the end HuredIy recoil upon its authors. cumstance that a sudden change from the use of Colorado river water to Indiana whisky is a dangerous experiment, and the uma turists should be cautioned agains the exciting compound. 51,CCC.Cd per acre making SiOOO.000 '""owed to render people happy, honor- 'or the extension of tho public parks of able, nnd useful. 9. He ought to have a AocojiDiNO to nn article reproduce"" by the Frouterizo, from the Panam.. Chronicle, the Republic of Chili had 1 fore the war of 1870, an area of 5S7,fXr kilometers square, not including Pata gonia, and a population of 2.155,029. o' whom but a half million can read; -100, 000 read and write, the rest being igno rant of any education whatever. Tin population includes 20,000 foreigners. 1,000 of them being from tha Argentim Republic; 7,000 Germau-; 5.000 English: 4,000 French; 3,000, the Iwlance, bein made up of Spanish, Italians and Amer-1 leans. It lias 1,023 kilometers of rail¬ road, 901 of which arc the property o' the State. Tlie number of agricultur¬ ists, according to tho consus of 1875. numbered 171,953, aud the nmonnt o! wheat- raised the sann vesr was 3C4, 372,726 litres. the city. The Railroad Gazette of the 17th re¬ ports a total of 214 miles of new railroad n8tructed, making 62:1 miles thus far e ported for 1SS2, aaiust 427 miles re¬ ported nt the corresponding time last ear, 733 miles in IPSO, and 201 miles in 879. Jersey City is in a ferment over a leg- slative job nc-ompbslied by the Penn- ylvania Railroa I Company and the Ho- oken Land aud Improvement Comnanv o deprive the citizens of the entire cou- -rol of their water front, millions' be- ng involved in tho tranraction. An Englishman named C. D. Owens, a stock of accurate general information. and to be interested in newspapers.- X. Y. School Journal. WHAT IS TEACHIXO. leaching, in its proper sense, is tho process of arousing and directing the mental activities in such a way as will lead to tho acquirement of knowledge and mental culture. The efficiency of tho teaching is properly measured, therefore, not by what is merely pre¬ sented to the pupils but bv the ewdaysaronearlv killed a vounn- la lv r"1 " P" n tuo activities f Tampa, Fla with a knife. The citi- P' tuclr minds, by what it lends tens t-ik him from tho jail nnd lynched the pupils actually to acquire. " Ji i Vr !",ec,uT las Henco the teaching should be adapted mrt. The Mayor and Sheriff had pro- ,i, ,,;(r,., , , .. . ' , osted. and Lieutenant Davis had order- to thc ,llflrcn' degrees of activity and ed ont the gnrrison, but too late. strength of which thc mental faculties The Southern papers tuke'unfavorable mn b capblo in the natural order, or news of tho crop prospects, especially iu successive stoges of intellectual growth. egaru io iuc cxiensive region now over- leaves to-day for New York, whero he goes to take charge of tho Prmciaal Purchasing Depot of the Quartermasters uepartmenc in lauini: lenve of Colonel Hodges, tbo Department Commander expresses his regret at tho separation and highly compliments him for tho ef- hcieucy of his conduct of the Ounrter. master's Department of the Arniv in the recent Indian campaign. On behalf of many warm friends and admirers of Gen¬ eral Hodges, we desire to add the regret. mr citizens at ins departure nnd to con¬ vey their best wishes for his futuro we)- aro in the new station to which ho goes Tumn Items. Stntine!. We regret to announce thc serious ill¬ ness of Mrs. G. W. Railton. wife of our R. K. agent. Mr. G. W. Harrison, assistant in iheR R. office in Yuma, has been appointee igent at Gilla Bend. He left on Sui.- lay. TM. I 1 , - 1 uc lumoer nas arriveu in s.m ran Tiir Russians have a cheerful way o' manifesting their lovcfortheirsovereigr ruler. An unambitious Czar they wil' grimly elevate with dynamite, or with i friendly bullet relieve weary royalty ol the cares or state. They aro now circu ating humoroas placards jocosely de¬ claring that Alexander III is condemned to death, definitely and without appeal. It is hardly possible tliat he will even lie riwed with water. Tho winter thcnuti imisiially mild has lieen excessively wet, mil farming operations aro backward. fu exception, the prospects for tho sugar I Top in Luiniana are all that could bo icsireii. THE HI03 SCHOOL. If no portion of a community which supports a high school was benefited A considerable engineering feat was I by it except thoso persons who actnallv iecoaph6hed iu Philadelphia on Thnrs-1 .ipelying.-doug the ground, 10G feet six miht be Pertinency in tho sug- nches long and five feet in diameter. 1 'ue opnngueiu union, that a Crt fnr flik ninnUtlnn nf t Ts W. W. Waterman, Snpt of Taunton. Gilla and she will he fini-he.! n Mass. . . ... 1 ne greater part ol the material has been hauled into thc hill, for thc new R. R. water wrufcs. Work has alreadv be¬ gun on the first reservoir, near the old tank. weighing eighteen tous, was raised to an high school in which onlv ten per cent. 'onK ,'mc' nnnM.f 1 -S . .1.. 1 I . . .... I rc. 1- Hishop Reed Breached three sermons in Yuma last Saturday, two at the Court house and one at the hotel. This va 1 he first protestan service held here in a English nnd American ilelecntec'tn flm alliance ot tho Israebsts h ave nrrtv.fl nf Menna to coufer with the Vienna branch I -reat cieatorsof history. r Freeman, in .MucYuji(;ia4iipij ui iiussiau .jews. I roriiug-niiy review. a oetim uispatcu says: t ire hundretl and eighty persons started for the United States on 1 uesdny via Bremen. Fmlev of Florida has introduced a bill in the Honse directing a selection from ihe public domain of lands in Florida, niinois, Louisania and California as ex¬ perimental farms, to be conducted under the.direction of the Agricultural Dennrt ment, for tho purpose of making careful anu sciejtinc experiments. During the examination of H. H. Jewitt and Francis Stanton at A .nan, .men., ior conspiracy in connection with Mayor Xavin's Iiogus water bonds, it was developed that Nnvin. since his flight had written a letter to Jewett on the M of March, from Chicago. Nnvmoffe-sto como back and go to the State Prison rather ths.u allow Jewett to suffer wropg- niiiy on his account He says he has suffered greatly forhiscnme,"and."means to pay every cent he owes. The bill repealing the prohibition of iu jujiKinmiou 01 nmcncnn porK has been adopted by the French Ch-imber of Deputies, with an amendment author¬ izing Minister Tirard to prescribe the mode of inspection. In the debate Achard maintained that tho fears of dis¬ ease were exaggerated, and that Amer¬ ican canners prepared the meat accord mg to the most improved methods. He cited medical reports from Chi' ago and. Cincinnati, furnished bv the American .Minister, showing the rarity of trichina?. Col. John A. Pratt of Lexington. Kv has beconio insane. During tho entire war Col. Pratt was Chairman of tlie State Senate Committee on federal Re- lations, anu he exerted more lnlluence Northern Arizona. Altioawt" Joarall. Tho building of tbr Atlantic and Pacific railroad is opetiioif up the north¬ ern half of Arizona in a wonderfully rapid way. What a venr iro was almost an nnKnown aud undiscovered count r t most of our readers, is now attracting the attention ol tieoole from all oaitsof tne J-.asr, it is well-sunwo ihat Arizont is wouderfitlly rich in mineral wealth. mid last venr its productions' amounted to about S12,000,M)0. A meiit portMiu of this came it is true, from TnrotMrone aud the other camps in the sontLern part of the Territory, but this is by no means in indication that the northern nart of the Territory is not eqnajy rich in minerals. It is nrettv well-kuowu that iu the vicinity of Freseott there ale num- liersof dmnctn in which eonsulembl development has been done, bnt which nas not yet been made fully productive, because of their remotemss fiom rail¬ roads. Northwest of Prewott is the famous Mineral Park and v allapai min¬ ing cotintiy. where there ato some won¬ derfully rich mines. The mines of Northern Arizona are not the only source of wealth: fur as an agricultural and Btock country it is in many respects far sui rior to the sonth- ern part In the San Francisco loonn tains there is an abtuidanro of magni¬ ficent timber that will wkiii I e hnraght into tho market and made to contribute to the wealth of the southwt. Snow fulls to n great depth in the San Fran¬ cisco mountains during winter, and logging can be earned uu with royal highness princess Beatrice wore a train of two shades of Etruscan satin with a dress of cream and gold Etrnscai? brocade with bouquets 1 ' llnwers. Head- dreas, feathers, veil and diamonds; or nameitts, diamouds. Orders: Victoria and Aloert, the Crown 1 f Iudia, and the Saie-Coburg and Gotba Family order." A Cranky King-. The idiosynerncies of King Louis of Bavaria, whom disappointment in love ears ago strangely affected, have been the subject nf many a column in the newspapers; but it remained for a Muuieh correspondent of the Chieago Times to give the mot interesting ae- euuut of the royal hvpoohoudriaV peculiar manner of life. He holds no court, gives no receptions, and can not even lie said to show himself to the public. When ho g jcs out for u drive it is in the evening niter the gas lamps are lighted, ir ono is fortunate enough to get a good look at his Majesty he will see a man or tliiity six, very stout, rather a saJ, intelligent face framed with black, slightly curly hair, dark niu-ttache and chin whiskers, and illuminated by a pair 01 magnmeent eyes. It is true, as related, tliat he never f.eouents the opera except entirely alone, when hia Majesty constitutes the sole audience sitting in his box grandly nloue in his glory. (Jltener he has the siugers comt to tne palace. Joliengrin is his wr- tieniar pet, aud he is never wearv of himself impersonating it in the Winter Garden in an upper story of the old citv palare, with the most elaborate svlvan surroundings, even the servants beiu dressed in baik so as to simulate trees. Tne young King Ls full of queer ireass. on one occasion, in order to avoid meeting somedistingui-hed men, be executed an unkingly vault through au open window into the garden below and Med, and no persnasion could bnn him back. He is very fowl of billiard! aud often driven his enjoyment ot the gi.me far into the night," to the great dis- ermfurt of the lackevs who are obliged to keep ip also. A sleeepy fellow hap¬ pened to yawu one night, ami the Man at ouee dismissed him fiom his position, saying he couldn't have auv one about him who so far forgot the respect due to his soven ign as to yawn. Ixuiis always removes from one pUv-e to another (ho has any numiier ot them scattered through his realm) at dead of night Some think his Majesty partially insane, while others as-ert that bis oddities are all the result of unconquerable "ninn- cheashne" (afraid of peopla) Of one thing we are quite sure it Louis lived in this cottntrv ami cut up neh capers, be would be included in the same cate¬ gory with cranks. rr--- Galena, Star ait a THE Pacific faler Mei h Krabnvep many f varan-. . n aod of pni pracut-al ntn t b lte- pHtrat. Xi other famam can r. darabibtj aait 10 cxna i-v ' work. JtOlt-. THnXFUTi , runninc on ihe Pkcitie rr Iwtom obtaiant u ririr, 1 " sing, eeunomj .f ta-. boa 1-ro.lool. reaairbis bnrk ur i- irrmt expends an.l In. of 1 1 -., Vota pi4e smelruic p.r.. all Um imoroveraenti thi . -, valunhfo la thi rlwi of m m- ' xpniel snelirrs run - e hmiiH mio vsrl to ujm.- and numineof faroiu- t. apolieHtioa. Sjend for circninr. Pacific Iron Woks The foilowiiu; cwnimn - Mexico ar now aniaa h- r IIaaMrtur Hintme (x. I UnsAl XiBtMcruw. 1 St. . " t OUl litkie Mimnu'V.. I ' . Paragon Axis Grease Sertr Uqid. kn Pe til Hr J"u.st tlie Tfc. For ColUr (JalL Skraivji,. , on hor 4, FARMERS AND TEAXSTERS Wilt find this the T-y ber . fry it. (tet a li from jur . he has not got it, tail him to -- , TIT i. II. j.-. Sole .cnl. 203 acrjn,, j,i . rranrl-e... ChI. Mexico .-Itlverti Knowlrdgc la a .N utshell. A cubit is two feet A palm is three inches. A great cubit is eloveu fee. There are 2,750 languages. A span is ten and one-naif inches. A day s journev ta tiiirt-two anil one- hair miles. Two persons die every second. Souud moves sevunhundiednndfortv. lureu oMies per Hour. storm mows tnirtv-s:r miiev rr nonr. Coarse salt eighty. (ivo jMHinds per mi-tiiei. Tbe average ot human life U thirty-one ears. An acre contains -1,310 square yards. Slow river lluw live miles per hour. A firkin ot butter weighs fifty-six jwunus. ' A hnriicane moves eight v miles hour. A bnlUjt moves 1,000 miles per hour. Kapid rivers flow wven ailos per hour. The first lueifer match was made in IBS. Oo!d was discovered in California Eleetrieity ibovos 22S.00O miles hour. 11 WHOLESAU M) !; DE.U"KS 1 Genera! Merchandise MAGDALEN A. SONGPA A full p(ock of Mxic i- Drawmeht dinfT m " Clar. Sn Frai itiu. n -.1 liiy bitt of exehtfrtt ' ' poit. l oll lion m.t.i. l-U-lukhte luformatuin :rr. ic. Awnt m Taeon. n V XJtWlSt wu - MIGUEL LATZ, MaiSsta ati Inrii. S1:" D&LK IN Gene a I Mech::1: OVKERB UIS SBKTII'FH AS S!om. anl &articiilarfar m 1 m Palace Hotel, ALTAR, SONORA. T HB OtT iHyrm, per per 'l"he first horse ISM. ranroau was Dnilt in blows seven m les A moderato wind per hour. The tirei steamboat plied the Iludson iu lsu". Toe Hrst printing press in tho United owties was mtnaluceti m ItCU. lue first steam engine was brought i rum r.ugiaua iu ibii. a MtnBll than any other one man toward keeping cost preparatory to the spring aud sum- Kentucky in the Union. He has fori mer work. This i-nnntrr :! ui.it. K many j ears been a lawver of lanre nrac- tice, and was one of the r- tinsel for the erene in the famous Bnford trial in 1S74. Ho was appoiuted United States Pension Agent at Leiington. and has been prominent in Statu j ohtics during uis wuuie inc. brought within reach of tie nntsi.lt- world, and alrea.lv. as we have mid. it i begiiiuing to feel the inri.iencc of a n-w life as th' enterprise and energv of the East approaches it For Ailtuuueruiie the development of northern Arizona means a large increase in trail.-, and The ilii'Stau Hangman There isouebut i-tateVxecutionerin the vast Krutoian realm, aud he is a p.irdoned malefaetor nanunl Frololl, wIhi, iu the pie-Nihilistie days.wheu the abolition of eapital punishment was still maintained in Miimxivv, committed three successive mnrOers and a- cooileiuin-d to neual st-rvitrule for life. When, however, rev- lucion.try succeaeH renilert-l th tonri..u I'atli and t er Lorer. Alas! even Patti mnst fade. Perli.in f the little gypsy for cvnsv khe is in look, feature anil taste had the least suspicion of n herat, to that now and then a fellow could forc-pt hir rti"fip and "fall in love" with the woman, she might last longer. As it is, although ilie can t in tho face of dates drnv lior forty years ot travail in th is Wnrhl nf in 11.. . . "i" reaiiy appears to no ont twrntv ZT T ! !f - -Penal hangman ludispens.bie to demands of this increase will la nmde tX ,.J t"Ca nf. w0" nponAlbqer,erBercb.Bts..I,d ,U,v iTamav felT mnst be prepared to meet tbeai. or ti p golden opportunity will paa and grasped by othor cities. Dm n a Shaft. An Austin. Nevada ilianatrb iar that about noon on Sunday two ymtnit men 1 ... 11 . r, ..... eiglit or thirty. and doubtless ha.i fivcl.i.i.i . r m r.r -;3 V 'i 1 ""'."" rrnurui.iiiir hi. . . ...... . . L UJUtOUl fltl From circumstanrss tonnected with :he tragddy at Chandler":, ranch near Tombstone on Wcdncwlav, and the permitted to file a bill of exceptions in :estimony elicited at the inquest of Mr. the case, in which respect Guiteau en- M.R. Peel, there i reason to believe i.v n sdvantaire. The announccmen that the two cowboys killed in the first " Ba" 1J" a 'a," gram to have pro- named conriict were accessory to. if not principal, in that murder. Oscxn Wilije, in his San Francisco lecture, extolled the dignify of labor a dignity to which the esthetic Oscar bar never yet aspired. But. us Mark Twain dneed a gloomy effect quite contrary tc the intention of the sportive Nihilists. The royal prisoner is quite unhappy ovei tbe prospect of enacting the role of an embalmed monarch. upright poMtinn and secured to the base "ating iu the ground on which it rests, ind with which the main connects. The crossing of tho Texas bordor by General W. T. Sherman into Mexico, at Laredo, the other day, was made tho oc¬ casion of a demonstration that may be 'egarded as significant The bands on the Mexican side played Se the Con- -ltiering Hero Comes" and "Hail Colum¬ bia, and tho Mexicans shouted nnd cheered like wild men when the General took the hands of the Mexican officers. of the children are ever entered, and from whose rolls many of these drop out before the end of the first year, may be costing too mnch. But the hole com¬ munity is richer and more nrnsnpi-nim. and its general tone is improved, by the lietter education of a few. Well con¬ ducted high schools are worth all they Tlie Emigrant train on.Saturdav mom ing brought into town the dead body of a ucrman named Joe Hooker. An inquest was held at the Court-house, rouhins' in inuiii tu.ii mc man cuimiiiufu suiciur. by placing hi head on the rails so thai the tram should run over him. His head was horribly mashed, the brains bein There is hope of the dawning of a new era of law ami nn'nr in Tnmlnlin nas nappny remarked, a man can always An ordinance has been promulgated con- bishops signing to ignominious death the dog? TEACHIXO BISTORT There is no "patent method" for teach- Bkfore the middle of the seventh cen- mg.history. In this study, more than in ury the clerey possessed more influence most other elementary school branches, l!lJ;Painrlhan Wa' -!"rS!5ed.b)',a-n' ,her the teaser, by his skill, tact, and stores tratcd himself on the ground before the cost, even to those who do nnt di'rprtl-r cntTcly gone and one side of the loner usothem. IProv. (R.I.) Press. jaw mashed away. An examination ol in-, oooy aiso disclosed two knile cuts on the left breast. The man was evicently crazy. talk the best on a subject of which he knows nothing. THE troubles ocr in Cochise county seem to bz partaking of the nature of a reign of terror and arc j-ivmj that county j no vcrv enviable name. of that city br.viu no visible means ol support. The officials will try theii prentice hand in enforcing this edict. It was one of the laws ol Constantine hit nn "the day of the sun" no servile vmk should be performed exespt agri¬ culture, which, being dependent on the Acather, could not. it was thoueht. be GEN. STONnN'lAN' is being cxtensiveir mcntioncd for thc Democratic rvomina- tioa for Governor of California. The Edison Electric Light Company reasonably postponed lias run it wires into nearly 1,000 honse in New York, anil lias erected over 14,- 000 lamps. AVork will soon lcgin on the apparatus for six other districts. The wires are under the ground. Eight years before the birth of Napo¬ leon Ilonaparte, Koueau recorded in print the following aupurjt I have a pre- -entiment that Corsica is going to pro¬ duce a man uho will astonbh the world." of information, must clothe the skeleton of facts with the flesh of imagination, nnd breathe into it the breath of life. But, rightly pursued, it has tho two characteristics of a nseful study name¬ ly, good mental exercise and nsefnl in¬ formation. John Swett WHAT IS E UCATION? Edncation means three things, each of which is as absolutely essential to the whole as a side of a triangle: (1) It means. To Know Something; (2) To Do Something; (3) To Be Somebodj ; To Know; to Do; to Be. Bev. A. D. Mayo. Some lunatic intends starting a new paper in meson to be called the Daily Index. It will be a failure -without a doubt Tucson has two dailies and cannot support another. There are too many newspapers in that Territory now, nnd some must go to the walk There is more money in starting a chicken ranch in Aritona than in a daily newspaper, with a smaller outlay and with a tenth part of the labor in carrying it on. leople who start a daily newspaper never count the cost in advance. If they did, half the dailies of the Pacific Slope would never have been born. Los Augeles Commercial. The question at Albuquerque it, shall shall we incorporate under the general law or not? populnuty besides. I studied bpr f.-ipo carefully the other evening, nnd though tuu was on uuty, i uuuK l obtained a very fair picfnre. Yon see, she has lit¬ erally to tight tho world of fashion and of art in this Nicolini natter. I dare say she is very fond of him, and he is a gallant-bearing chap, of whom mnnv women have been fond, but he has hail his day, nnd I'll bet a hat if there was less opposition on the part of peoide II.. . 1 T . . . . -iiuiiuu. ujic no onsmess to meuule in it at all. Patti woald soon turn him the cold shoulder. As it is, constant uKuung nas narueneu a nature never very ton or yielding, and there is a dash and defiance in her coal-black eves which seems to say: "If voa don't like it I don't care. What are voa going to do ubont it?" New York Correspondence Philadelphia Times. IMISt mbhlpisi mi'rant. ed bun. His offe.- was accepted, and for some time past lie nas been a husv man fi-r ever "function" he receives 4U silver rtibfoa about S3U from the Ituwiauex chequer; but that olllcial fee by no means represent the total emoluments he dt- nvea from the praetieea of Iiu handicratr for he w permuted to trade ution the anperstitMina still current in Rat-sian so- ciesy restiectiuir the luck conferred upon gamesters by tlie powssinn of a morsel of tbe rope with which a human being law been atrangleil, either by the hand of justice or by bis own. IN the .'atter nart of the eighteenth century Spain signed treaties with Trio- oli, turns and Algiers, and, for the first time in ten centuries, found herself at peace with nations she had formerk- horred and believed it her duty to extir¬ pate. SOME of the most VsllLlhlp irvrimrni nf wall paintings, cpnturies older than the Reformation, are preserved in the chap- ter-hou?e of Westminster Abbv, and have been brought to public view bv ihe res¬ toration of the chapter-bouie now going on. the King Alfred mine, mi Lander Hilt. Whilat btandmir at the edire of thia abandoned shaft looking dr-wo. the ground caved in, precipitating them downward into the mouth of the shaft. KIlinMA lia.l r.irutlw.rt..!. a... .n..l. ,A grasp a timber on the oppoitr side of! "ur HuteM Coins Arc. the shaft, thereby saving hinvelf, but l9 rarest coin in the Unitl States is Parrott fell to 260 station, striking on a double eagle of l&W. of which there pile of timber which stopped his poMib)e I "ly one in existence, belonging to descent to the distance of Sf .mndr1 1 the cabinet of tbe United States mint, feet. Young Shingle n turned to town I The next in rantv is the half eagle of and gave the alarm, when a party at It i said that tbe King of Sweden, once proceeded to the scene, aid npm , complete his eUeetiiii of United descending the shaft found Parrott, i Statei coins, paid 2,000 for a specimen, lyingon the timbers in au insensible con- Only five of ttese halt eagles are in ex- uinon. as tne rescuers were raKiag Par- i w'erjee. me Mlver dollar of ISfH israre rottfrpmthe rxonthof the shaft, Charles ' and valnable. OnW ten pieces ot the uurreiiy sieppeii on a ;i rooer upon tue i M-luu Board with or within' at Basonable H, oiisab. fnrfl A. tl l .Visceliunroit v POU SALE. m m km, nn, mm !i lilt rjse. --500 Head-- OF Mi Cows IS Kb. ' ' CO Hxtd. to aoit aarehawn. CMce Yflflei Breeiiif CatC All of entvi nufelllMl -It ,n i .. r . . bt irnub. Bulk ia tha TWnlorj. Ai . :iw ice to "Tiaas" IB th CATTLE BUSINESS Gaaoer !!; than to arail t t- -' oiHHtaBity. C?'-ia'Tiirii ,s -ncl. -l.it I petitkia in quality ami pre.-. II. I ll.'lk : i: lrnt ... ii 1 rh P. O. Tort Uraat. A. T. 1 LADirS. Ls Li I IBlj ymr la.tr Aciuiiinfau'r9. and IHS OF CMEfl. Lwrh runt h-v tnM-rihMl n f. - be Stirm! Scntnrri. with a tMrikv . ilWor-tiHl. For rMAnlM tuS. n.l ' tK-hotan tbt-y arc URar; aaeni. We fchali fuTKaaM to each .f tbe 1 I naim rw-nd op. a copy vt our itt. 'Shopping in New Y Yoil Will do Tiwr frtaMwt a. hanilMHne preminra at The an e f.n ENRICH BROS. Kijhtli Atms an! Itrl. Str- edge of the shaft to air, wl?n the gnund again caved, and Cnrrelly wh snot uown me snait imra which Parrott liad just been taken. The rescuers aa-ain descitnded, and found Cnrretlv with bis head badly mashed, and both ankles broken. Yonng Parrott is seriously bruised, bnt has a chance of recovery. His es¬ cape is dne to the fact that a'larcw luvl of earth caved under htm. and, d.'wpnd- ing in advance, broke hm fall. uarrelly wbo went to resene I'arrott. - ei"5 luriujiare.anaiiis iio.lv bs been taken in charge by the Odd Follows, to bebnned. Cnrrelly was a native of Canada est, and was Preairlent of tbe Minors Union at that pbc. wlueh ,uBre he was filling for the ecoad consicntivt term. I are to be fouml. TUCSOM GROCERY Wk CHAS. DETOY, Praprlefcr. W. Cnr, Clurt. Haa, T:::.. ' " Is tbe place i ,i roceries & Provisions AT BEDROCK PR i . Wholesale and Rt THE tl Paso Lo. e Star sav: "Let ! any person look around hi.n .n mis i u ! Hha Tl ett riTl A . 1?. Dealer ia and ask himself lmiri.ninuKih. ...nr.... ! ibai i now being spent here. "I be answer isnopviductions; nn farms yield their har¬ vest of jcokten grain; no imdttri or stamp mills turn not ihe preciwu metaU; b-jt few busine enterprises in the whole city htii j; in any money from tbe .mttrlr Poor j We "re " "''"K each her; and, if wc .... n jwdit io inc necessity it opening up the material recourses of the country, we shall nnd that we have eaten each other np and there is no more pro- vt-nrlrr." Eit buatlrsd dollars have been tub- Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware aii Ymlnrj. Miners' Supplies a bpa-u'V ia2S-tf i . . J. B. COLLS, IICILKK I.N' soribad hy tha citizens of Santo Fa fcr. General Merchandise, a fir company. u.T.