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la lb Washington Chronicle of March
1 Sib we . find the following allusion to
a speech delivered in the Senata npon
the Georgia Bill mmd Bingham's amend
meal thereto by Senator Stewart
The debate on the Georgia bill in the Sen
ate was continued yesterday by Senator Stew
art, in a masterly speech, in opposition to
Tan Fassca IUlcostbsts of whoai
Rocbefort is the most promioent repre-
entaiiva are behaving themselves as
he did in a manner to disgust those
who were inrlioed to feel a sympathy
with them. They persisted ia forcing
an issne with the Emperor and his friends,
wonld not take "no" for an answer when
ther souebt a quarrel ; and by their
preposterons behavior bare converted
many of Napoleon's critics into bis
frienus. . Prentice said that Rocbefort
was the George Francis Train of France.
Be seems, if possible, more ridiculous
than that paragon of blatherskites ; for
Train did keep np a show of bluster
and bravado even while occupying a
cell in an English prison ; bnt Rocbefort
whined like a poltroon from behind bis
bars. When Pierre Bonaparte shot and
killed Victor Koirthe world pronounced
it a cowardly murder. Judged by tbe
appearances shown np through tbe in
cidents of the Prince's trial, he fraud
himself exasperated into performing the
part of Fool Killer. Milliers, Gronset
and Lacrocce when brought into Court
to testify against the Prince behaved
more like half crazy beldames than like
men. These friends of Ifoir seem to
think themselves called npon to insult
the Conrt and gesticulate themselves
ato a condition of silly, impotent rage
and fury at the sight of the name of Na
poleon. Every thoughtful spectator of
these scenes arrives at the immediate
conclusion that as between Napoleon's
pecaliar characteristics and those of tbe
blatant opposition, all bis craft, canning
and tyrranny are preferable as the con
comitants of a governmental adminis
tration to the possible supremacy of
such vehement and senseless fanatics as
the men of the Rocbefort party. Pierre
Eonaparte may deserve death or impris
onment ; but if he does, and escapes,
the insane and intemperate friends of
Koirand Rocbefort may well be charged
with furnishing the excuse for his ac
the Binzham-Farasworth amendment. Mr.
Stewart established by conclusive argument
the points which are maintained bv the loval
side of tbe controversy, that the government
of ueorgia was and is provisional only until
the State shall have been by law declared to
be entitled to renresentation id Congress and
admitted thereto, and that when so admitted
tbe regular constitutional term of the Legis
lature will beam, lie traced tne record
which had been made bv Congress and the
Judiciary Committee, showing it to be in
perfect keeping with this view, and showing
also that t- hold now that the Legislature
was duly organised in 1S68 would be in viola
tion of all tbe action of Congress np to to. is
Referring to the effort which was made to
give validity to the organization of 1S03, in
order to insure the seat of Mr. Hill as one of
the Senators from Georgia, and to the remarks
of Mr. Trumbull of the day previous laudat
ory of Mr. Hill. Mr. Stewart caused to be
read a letter published bv Mr. Hill during
tne rebellion in advocacy or bis own candida
cy for Governor of the State of Georgia, in
which letter he repudiates the charge which
bad been made that he was in favor of the
Union, denounces Mr. Lincoln as an Aboil
tionist,and asserts his unwillingness to sub
mit, and bis purpose to sustain Jen Davis.
Mr.Stewart closed his remarks with a fervent
and eloquent appeal to the Republicans of the
senate l . listen to the petition of tne loyal
men of Georgia and of the country, and to
refuse to allow them to be placed at the mercy
of the rebels by adopting the proposed Bing-
nam-r arnsworto proviso.
Tbe Chronicle characterises tbe Bing
ham Amendment as a Chase movement,
Tan DsaocsaCT of White Pin are
"moving." They began to move on
last Monday at Hamilton. Our old
ecesh acquaintance, John R. Kittrell,
formerly a deputy in tbe California Con
troller' office under Sam. Brooks,
elected chairman. John made a speech,
going back to Frank Pierce's Inaugural
to prove that the Democratic rule was
the rale of virtue and happiness, and
contrasted that ancient epoch with the
administration of Abraham Lincoln.
John is a native of tbe tunny " Sooth
Mr. Frank Tilford, a peripatetic prospec
tor for official honors and a distinguish
ed practitioner at the " bar," succeed
ed Kittrell. Tbe White Pine News, in
its report of his sayings, says :
He concluded by advising the young Demo
cracy to sustain Democratic principles, bate
snakes, drink good whisky, and kias all the I
Mr. Tilford is also a native of the
' Sooth "having beea "born and
raised in Kaiatucky, sir." This love
feast was also participated in by Col.
Harry I. Thornton, late of tbe Confed
erate army. Col. T. is also a native of
Dixie' land. That exemplary Demo
crat and patriotic fellow-cititeo, Judge
Pitzer, wound np the exercises with a
characteristic speech. W are glad to
aot that tbe first movement of tbe
Nevada Democracy comes at the hands
of these unmistakable veterans. .There
will be no farther nred of the renewal
of party line after such a demonstra
If vi sisdzo anything to convince
us of the absurd untruthfulness of tbe
late canard with regard to the French
Emperor (bis death nnder tbe bands of
a surgeon six months ago) tbe following
proof of his foresight and sagacity
would be sufficient to bring us to that
conclusion. A Paris telegram of tbe
22d inst. says :
The Journal OfEciel contains letters from
the Emperor to Prime Minister Ollivier. He
says it would be expedient in the present con
dition of affairs to adopt all reforms which
will restore a Constitutional Government
to France, in order to put an end to that im-
moderate desire for change which possesses
certain spirits who disturb the public mind
oy weir unbelief in tne stability of tne pres
ent regime. Among the reforms which he
has instituted the Emperor places in the first
rank those which touch the Constitution and
the prerogatives of the Senate. He urges
Ollivier to concert with his colleagues for
submission to liim (the Emperor) of a pro
ject for a senatns consultnm which will fix
invariably tne fundamental provisions grow
ing out of the plebiscitum of 1852. divided
legislative power between the two chambers
and restore to the nation a part of the repre
sentation and power which had heretofore
In other words tbe Emperor is shrewd
enough to appear to suggest the reforms
which he sees are inevitable, which are
demanded by France and which he must
follow or be destroyed. Contrast the
iedom of hi coarse with tbe evideat
folly cf bis accusers and leading oppo
nent as demonstrated in the following
report of tbe proceedings of the Court
which is trying the Prince Napoleon for
the killing of Victor Noir :
Toms. March 22. The High Court of
Justice opened its session this morning. A
slight change was made in the arrangement
of the Court-room, leaving a very limited
space for spectators. M. Milliers was brought
m between two gem aarmet.
lowing ia last aveoiag's Gold Hill News:
About 4 o'clock this morning one of
Well, Fargo Co. 'a stage from Reno
was upset near tbe foot of the Geiger
grade, eight mile from Virginia, and
some of the passengers injured. The
two coaches bad stopped at Allen's sta
tion for a change of horses. It being
very cold, Johnny kmenck, one of the
drivers, was inside the oar-room warm,
log himself, and the horses being chan
ged, the hostler, as usual, ws just pat
ting tbe lines np on the brake, when the
other driver starting out with his coach
reused this other team to start before
Emerick could get npon the box. Tbe
horses were fresh and lively, and did
some pretty good running till tbey gat
to the first turn of tbe road, some 500
yards this side of the station, where the
coacb upset over the grade, which for
tunately was not very steep at that
point, bringing tbe runaway horses to a
full stop, so that tbey were secured
without much difficulty. Tbe coacb
simply fell over on its side, and
was net dragged, otberwisa much
and perhaps falsi injuries might have
befell tbe passengers, of whom there
were eight or ten. As it was, Mrs. Mai
comber, of Virginia, bad ber collar bone
broken on tbe right side, and Mrs.
Mange, of that city, sustained some se
vere bruises. Some others of tbe pas
sengers received sundry cats and contu
mods aboot their faces and bodies, but
fortunately none are known to be very
seriously ltiured. 1 he other coacb
brought tbe wounded passengers to Vir
ginia, arriving at tbe usual time, tbe
accident causing little or no detention
Dr. Broosoo being sent for, attended
each of the ladies, rendering the requsite
surgical assistance Mrs. Macomber at
th Virginia House, and Mrs. Mauge at
her residence. The coach was but lit.
tie damaged by tbe npset.
AmTul af ft it. Csmriea Hotel
GEORflS TUFLT, Paoramea.
Cabot Cut. March 24, 1870.
R. D. ATby, City.
W. E. George, do.
C. McFarland, Silver City.
U. M. CorneU and wife. Virginia.
S. H. Marietta, do.
M. Spooner, Spooner's Ranch.
C. P. R- R. Bridgb Bubxid. Railroad
communication with Sacramento from hence
is temporarily severed. We find the follow
ing item in last evening's Gold Hill News
A telegram was received here this morning
from ltocklin, stating that tne ventral racihe
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nuiruiia oriage over lam American xvver.
three miles east of Sacramento, had been
burned. No further particulars have been
received ; and we expect the tire took place,
as all the telegraphic wires from Sacramento
eastward that crossed the American River
at the bride are silent. Onlv one line is
working, and that comes by Placerville.
Hox. Cusblss M. Gorham has been
re elected Mayor of Marysville by a
majority of 142 over Lawrence, bis
Democratic opponent. The election was
held on last Monday and resulted in a
general triumph of tbe Republican
ticket. We congratulate Mr. Gorbam
and bis fellow.citizens npon bis re-elec
BIDS AHD SEALED PRO
For the-erection of a bulliiin for A STATS
OEPJFANS' HOME, at Canon City, Nevada, will
ba race red bv the Boaru of Directors in accord
ance w iii a plan aod Speujcations adopted by
kuu Co. rd, whicU Plan and epe&fications will be
re?ly for rcj'w -iiou as lb oifice of the Controller
of Stale on and a!ier the 2d instant.
Said P.omnls mast be for ihe erection, and
ibmifchlsjr of all tue meiial necessary for said
batfuin, ia aoco-ance with toe Plan and Speci
ncalioi g, and most be addressed to the Board of
IKee ors of uio sU.e Oipbau's Heme, Caraon
t, r, Nevja, e-doted " bios sml Proposals for
anC 'i:ooof8a.e Ok "bans' Home Builtlins."
and v,il be received by said Boaid up to
Friday, April , 1870, at 3 P. 91.
A sufficient Bond, aonroved by the Board of
Ttireciors. I'll be required for the faitbful per
formance ol any contract entered into.
Tha Bod cf Directors reserve the right to
reject anv or all bids.
U. C. BATiEKMAS, Vice President
E.-ard of Directors Orphan's' Home.
Tnxo. A. Hals, Secretary.
Enterprise copy once a week for 4 Wieks.
lac r bxsidzst is said to be working
bard for the ratification of the San Do
mingo treaty. We don't need aoy such
Au kinds bad been faithfully tried, eaeh
had its faults, except the " Grover & Baker."
which proved perfect in all respects. C. H,
Napoleos's Skcbxt. The Emperor of
France has made Paris tbe resort of tbe
ealtby from all Europe, millions of
whose money are brought from other
countries and capitals to enrich that
What is toe secret? Broad, beautiful
sireets, so pared that riding is a pleas
ure, and because so paved, such a saviog
in carriages, harness and horses that
carriage hire is cheap : beautiful gardens
and public grounds, many of these
streets, gardens and grounds made, bv
almost innumerable gas jets more bril
liant at night than day ; fine hotels
large, hrstclass bouses, Sited with ap
artments for families ; convenient baker
ies and cookeries ; public amusements ;
streets safe at all hours cf day and night;
carriages so regulated that strangers are
protected : busses never permitted to
take more thnn they can seat ; articles of
food and drink carefully looked after by
the police ; bad ncd adulterated articles
destroyed, the sellers fined, and placards
put npon their shops warning tbe pub
lie ; lead pipes not nsed ; physicians'
prescriptions required to be written in
tbe language of tbe country ; quacks not
allowed to practice, and tbe sale of their
Collsctob Bailiy of X. T. is still
missing. All sorts of rumors concern
ing him are rife.
Thi Lats Ackokal Display is said
by tbe Reveille to have been very fine
Special Eotice. The highest pries paid fur
State Warrants, by II. t. Rica,
at Well, Fargo a Co.'.
BIDS AND PROPOSALS
F)R THE ERECTION OF A STATE CAPIT0I.
Building at Carson City. Nevada, will be re
ceived by tbe Board of Capitol Building Commis
sioners, in accordance with a Plan and Specifica
tions adopted by said Btrd; which Plan and Spe-
C!CCiions will be ready f"r inspection on and
aiier the llh instant, at tbe Office of the Con
troller of State, at Canon City, Aievada, and at
tbe Office of Joseph Gosling, Leo... Architect, No.
9 Post street, Sim Francisco.
Said Bids and Proposals will be received for
idone the whole, or any part of the work, of
erecting the Capitol Buildina, which is to be lo
cated on the centre of the Phua, in Carson City,
and the furnishing of any or all the materials re
quired in its construction, with the exception of
ttie stone, wn'cn will oe ruraisned by tne state
of Nevada, at its qaatry at the Slate Prison.
All Bids and Proposals most come within the
provisions of an Act entitled "An Act to Provide
for the Buildins; of a State Capitol at Carson City."
ap'aoved Febniaty 23d, 18t&, and must be ad
de&ded to the Board of Capitol Bnilding Comniis
bioners. at Carson City. Nevada, endorsed Bids
anJ Proposals for the erectioa of the State Capital
Building, and will be received by said Board np to
Thursday, April 14th, 1870,
10 o'clock A. Ma
A sufficient Bond, to b spproTed by the Bnard
of Commission ra, will be required for the faithful
perionnance of ail the contracts entered into;
In Carson City, on Marcli 24, 1570, to the wife of Board rwrving the light to rtyect may or ail pro-
T. W.W.Davies, a son
1 SITUATION, BY A MA!? ABLE TO IM
J every kind of work, aud can mako himself
Apply at tae appkal uLae.
Maich :M, 170. lw
A CERTIFICATE OF DKP0SIT, NO. 68C8,
iued by Wells, Fargo A Co, dated January
l!70, payable to the order of Peter frchelfer,
lor One Hundred and Forty Dollars. All penons
are cautioned apiiu-tt purchasing said Certificate,
a paj meut had been stepped.
March 23d, 1ST0. 3t
Hiavt Ssstssci. The Elko Inde
pendent cf the 23d inst. say a :
Yesterday morning Judge Keeaey
sentenced John Burke, convicted ot
murder in tbe second degree, to foriv
fears imprisonment in tne state rrison.
The Jury recommended Borke to the
m rcyofthe Court on sending in their
verdict of cruilty.
Abont tbe first of the month, Burke
billed a Chinaman in si eeneral row st
Lorav, eifrbt miles east of Toano. Burke SatUTfiaV. Match 26th. 1870.
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ta auuui luny years ui ag,
'HE BOARD OF SCHOOL EXAMINERS AND
OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES FOR
IiISIRlCT HO. OXE are requested to MEET
AT TnE OFFICE OF O. TV. ClIFDIC, County
7 o'clock P. 51., on
Any further information required outside of the
Plan and S oecifications, may be obtain d bv ad
dressing J. U. 11AZLKTT, K6.., st Dayton, Kev.
J. V. 11 1ZLL1T, 1'reoiuent.
F. STAnTMtLLEB, frecretrv.
Carson City, Nev., Maicb 11th, 18T0.
1)ARTIE3 HAV1XO ACCOUNTS AOAIKST
the V. A T. R. K. Co. are requested to pre
sent them at an ofhce of the Comfiahy by tbe 1st
of the mouth following thai in which they have
II. M. TERINOTOS. Superintendent.
February SS, 1870. tf
Estate of James H Stewart,
tun San Francisco Call seems to think
that tha California wheat trade will not con
tinue in importance for many more years.
It savs :
A contest is going on as to the profitable
ress of shipping wheat in bulk to the Atlan
tic States and l-.urape In tbe United States eheek after the KdnJl but the physician who
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testimony with firmness, but made no attempt
at aispisy. tie saia tne letter sent from
Prince Bonaparte to Kochefbrt was not a
provocation, but an insult. Being asked why
he wore arms- he replied that he lived some
distance from the city, and going home late
at night was obliged to carry arms for self
protection. lie incidentally Warned the
Government for delay im the arrest of the
Prince after the shooting, whereupon he was
reprimanded bv the President of the Court-
The Prince rose excitedly and declared that
Milliers and urouset had both sworn they
would yet shoot bint. This the witness posi
tively denied, and the audience seemed in
clined to hiss the Prince. The Procurenr
General insisted that the witness should be
removed to prison. The lawyers for the pro
aecution demanded that he remain and give
the remainder of tbe testimony. The Court
decided that the witness should remain, and
he concluded his testimony. Several servants
of the accused were placed on tbe stand and
some of his personal friends were examined.
1 hese latter damaged tne defense ly display
ins too much seal. Paul de Cassacnac was
But nxamined. He was insulting in his man
ner toward tne lawyers lor tne prosecution.
M. Lacrocce, who testified in favor of the ac
cused, was at one point called to question by
the Court because he showed too much
warmth. Ail the witnesses for the defense,
testified that they noticed a contusion on his
by birtb, and has been in the employ of
the Central Pacific Railroad Company
as foreman of a gang' of Chinamen for
He gave his I several months past. Be will bs taken
Slurch 23d, 1ST0.
RICH D R. PARKINSON,
t-ap't Public echools.
to Carson to-day.
very little wheat bss been shipped in bulk,
except on the western lakes ana la
a small vessel there is wo dittwwlty ia ship
ping wheat ta balk, bnt in ship for long
distances it is quite difficult. - In the first
place a vessel must be prepared for each a
cargo at considerable expense ; and, in the
aecoad place, wheat is liable ta injury from
heating when oa a song voyage. But, after
ail, there is aot mach necessity lor disputes, j
for ia a lew years California will Base bat
Itttls wseat to snip, for we snail -nnir some
other commodity which will pay us better.
Oar wines for instance. The history of Cal-
ifbraia ia ahiawpamg wheat ia that of nearly
all the Northern aad Middle States of the!
was called ia time to examine the Prince's
face waa placed on the stand and swore that
ho saw no siens of a contusion. He was
contradicted by the other witnesses, but re
peated his statement. The audience was
much excited y the contradiction. The de
fense attempted to prove that the Prince did
aot shoot until Fouville had drawn his pistol;
also, that a plot had beea formed against the
life of the Prince before the affair of the Kue
A Spookisb Clock is that which tbe
Reese River Reveille thus speaks of:
At tbe Florida mine, on Lander hill,
there is a common pendulum clock
which, until yesterday, had aot ticked
or moved a hand for a year ; tbe pendu
lum laid in the bottom of the case where
it bad fallen. All of a sadden tbe clock
struck "ten," and there was a general
movement of tbe machinery, which con-
tinned for an hour and a half, after wh:ch
it suddenly relapsed into quiet. The
action of tbe dilapidated clock astonish
ed some of tbe boys greatly, and they
believe that "something out of tbe
common way is going to. happen ta
somebody." . -
Gssikals Sbsbidas, Pleasanton,
Custar and others are moving in tbe
matter of an organization of cavalrymen.
They expect to hold their first meeting
at Philadelphia in April.
Johs Havsa, Democratic County
Clerk of San Francisco has appointed a
lady to a clerkship in his office. Gal
lantry is "what's the matter with
FOR SALE OR RENT !
TOE SAZEIiAC BT'ILDIXG,
J V Gibson, as a Saloon.
Carsnn, February 26, 1S70.
JAMES F BASER.
FAR9IIXG VTEXSILS, ETC.,
E. D. Psce has been nominated by
the Reonblicans Of '.ho lenth Congress
ional District cf wL-io :a il tbe vacancy
d'Anfeuille, bnt the evidence tailed to sus-1 caused by the death cf Representative
tain either allegation. It is expected Roche-
fort will be examined to-morrow.
Bbooelvsj Narr Yard ia ta be
aioa. Wheat for a tiaw formed an impor-1 wId .nd tDe procef dl of (B . aie di
at item ns exports, but it. paoually sell eff, I
it will ia f Jiatraiai .. .-. i..- - bated ampaf tba other aavy yards.
Policb Jodgs Sawtbb of San Fran,
ciseo sentences ruffians who beat China
men for fuu to three, months in tbe
County ja.il. a , ; . V1 .. rT
riMlR UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALS.
J. at his Ranch in Douglas County, seven mile
Southeast of Uenoa, several Choice tieaa oi
FAR 31 HORSES,
A ltd the general articles of outfit oa his farm.
Enquire on the premises.
.... .... -f c VlTTER T.TflTTTT.K.
Oarson, March K, 1870. I
HER KB Y GIVEN BY THK
undersistied. Public Administrator of tha
County of Ormsby, and admiuistrator of the above
named estate, to the credi tors of , aud all persons
having claims against said dt-ceaeed, to exhibit the
same, with the necessary vouchers, within ten
months from the first publication of this notice to
the undersigned, at his office in the County Build,
ings. Canon City.
H. H. BENCH, Administrator.
Caraon City, March Stb, 1S70. 4w
TAR. OCT Pi 31 of Placerville,
1 J California, may be found at his office"
over Gibson's "Ssxerac" ealoon. where be will be
pleased to wait upon all who may desire his ser
vices in any line of Dentistry.
All Work Neatly Done aad "War
ranted to stwo Botlefiactiojs.
Advice Free. Chloroform administered if de
sired. Carson, Penteniber 17, 18fi.
Dissolution, ot Copartner sal p.
mm COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE1 Existing-
between A. YY. Tjader and Geo. MuncJc
ton, Physisians and Surgeons, isjthis day dissolved
by mutual consent. All persons knowing them
selves indebted to tbem are requested to settle up
by the first day of April, or their aceoaats will be
left with the proper officers tor collection.
A. W TJADEK,
Carson, March 19th, 1870. nihil
ROBERT It. SUARP,
ORMSBY HOUSE, NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE
CARSON STREET, CARSON CITY.
HAS JUST re.
ceived a fine kit
gfgf Direct from the
0 Man u factory, at
offers his services
to the people of
this place and vi
cinity. Good walk warranted at reasonable prices
lai-son, ireDroaty 1, ia
THE T. fc T. R. B. CO. ARK ANXIOUS TO
take due precaution against accidents and
loas of life resulting from tbe running of their
trains: and they take this method of warning pa
rents and gaanitaus against the dangers title udiiig
tne too common practice ox cniioren playing aoouc
their cars and loconiotiTes. Those having in charge
the business of the Company find it impoMible to
raucADt bojs, who frequent the termini and tp
niLsr places of tbe rtad from climbinz upon the
cats and engines; and they will frel themselTea
obliged to resort to more decided measures if these
annoyances are con tinned. Recent accidents,
which are wholly aecribable to the carelessness of
Demons ia Jumnins: on and off the cars when in
moKm, should be warning enough in tbemselTea,
tt. x. iBKJauiUA. BUMrinwiwenw.
February if iOTu. - . ,,. X I