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VOLUME 5.NUMBEIÍ5I. LAS VEG VS, NEW MEXICO MAIIOIL23, IS78 WHOLE NUMBER 250 firsrvrss cArtns.ATToiiMcrs. M osn :i:x a Hinr.i.n, ATTOItXKYS AT LAW, Lincoln, Lincoln Ctiirtf'i,. Xew Mericn J ii. Kooui.Ki:, Allornf.T nt I.nn, Lan I;;it, .Vcir Mexico, T (l!)ii.c at I' it K tixr.KTTH lniililinir. J outs siri.zr.sciiKit, Attorney nt I.nw, f.nt JV71M, Xrw Texicn Will ivt"'l"fl i'l all Hi" cvr!s ( law nii'l "pniy in the Torri'orv Kspivial attention irivon In tin' collecti-i'i if claims :in l remittances lii'innu'lv made. If. X. fuitTimi'iiMiT fe Snlnnj Pnitl'.c, HfKt.VIN W. MII.r.. iu Attonipy t Connaplor nt law. f 'tmarr.m. Xerc .IMi'iVo, Will nr tetii ( in nil i'ic courts of the 1vst iudiciil Itsirict "f New M-.ii'.., nit I will iv strict n' tenthm, and mi ike prompt returns, of any husi ness intra 'Vd lo hi r:irn s odm.y . ni;r.r.v;i,T,, Altoriipynt Lan, Xrw Mexico tjiu VerH ?T."V' at liesidc.li rn n.(' ri; iN. vv t. tuokxtox. 1. . (T. S. Attorney.) VI HOX A 'I'lIoItvroiY, .VlTOIIXKY-i AT LAW, Snnln Fe, Xrw Tcx!c'), Wl I 1 pr c t ic- in till the Courts throuehnnr t'io T-vrittrv. línsiiics- promptly .'ittoiided tn. )' mcm'"'i ofllie firm ahv-ivs In lie found a: odire in san'it t e . rp f. Con w, I . Sania IÑ Jso. t". IMjijck, .Silver City. niNYVAY H HISQCK, A t'orst'-yH at law, fmi'1 ff m l i '') r,;.'v. VfrMrrirn. Promot a'fo-;i .ii adven t'i a'l lr'';in"--s in th' line f'li"ir i n in nil I lie court.- in the Terri tory . rl . lilt"'.' 'Ml s . V,". (' II ll,tl'VK, V Sota A ! I HI c 1 1 h; f' i uc, i'!::.; A. z:.''ixe. A'i'lvil," i;V ( fil'NSTl.l i If A'f I. aw, .Vil tins'' o s in Hi" ÜM" ' t lio' prfx-s-i n n'- f-T,rieit to in 'lie coir.1s of the i-oonties of r.erua- liTtn, Vii i-ii. ?rvl S,,,.,,,,., ihroti.uliont the sec oof i 'l I O' i I '1 i tr Vi . Mr. r.rce I'' ill ullenil nil tint terms of .our'. A. MOIililsMX, 'iiuinr t Í.HH, l.r.l Vi í;l'í I'rn'tií'ií in -i'l 'I'e Vv !r''e nii'l .Tiw'ó'Ool ile' PfilPA rWll'U. (' .I1WI..I1 ;n. n!e i.l r'l inl 11 1 i"ll . Ift"iiiln'ii''"i nr. t'iliv ni-n'o. i ' tt ii : At the itiirf nl l leH. lit'i'M, r.ilihf Sijiinti'. T U. t'. J A'ltNKli, 'nnr.tttillnr al l aw f.t Yrji, ... . Y'' yhxifii : -l 1 f-,t : i 'i irei ilty . Iti"nitliiec' pn nil i1 ly fNl't'le. " 'ill. in ur.n. I ayx i;.!).n naos., I!:n:iorH. ni rj.n, ... .! .ir-xii'o, It'inUinr. in nil IN lifiini'lies. Koi'stzi". I'.ii ."., Ni"v York. liefer to UAnnr.ns. B AlUtKlt S!l )! A. Míe, Irirlol nr. Wliivinir 'in I li iir tviUhrr, sli'iinoo'iin;' nml i'ilnlrt'in' M'nl ilvimr iloue to or ler, In the TOnnii t'orni "'H' oi""ioo', hv I, it,, n lie. on the jiorlh-ouM i.i' oT I lie I'nlil ie s ii:ii e, Lnn Vrqit, ,.ie Mi.r.vo. Ml rl-i-.i'i of work in linir w iu.i, liuir Jewelrv, tiii'iii"iitn, etc., ,1 in" t oiMit. cMPKXTr.ns. F It ASK oii;x. 'trpintor, Ituililer nl t'.tiitriielor. J,ii Vtijnt AVi Medio Mulorhtl Ciirn iitif 1 im.l work ilone in us wir.'k 111 :ili 1 i k f in inner. Aurl itl 'benntr RiiIph, ""hill nny ol!ior e t ihlMini"iil in I lie town . f?" "iioi on inili s St., two tloDi's north ot ( z.;t ri'. oi'i.'e. 1) TtiltS J M. I ( XMXtill M, M. II., Iloiucoji.tllilr I'liyslrluii A Siir;onn, I. at fiinr , AVif fi'.i iet. Will pnie ''t- , tlic nniilii't'ii eonnliefl of Hip 'I eriitiiry. J H si IHX. OeiHWt A IriilKI. Iln.Ml.til'A l llli; l-IIYsl- flAN . llenli-lrv nii'l Oenlnrv n Sieeinl ity. I'iitienl em fvio.'t bkl'll'iil trpiiiinenl nt our liHii-t . tlillee rn new liniliiinif South S nel St. inrih.i.s. ll ci:avioi:ii, HiH reniove.l 'villi lil fninily unit liotnelmlil ooi, to I'lkf elui'ifn of Hie Hotel tliul MilltP hlillltin. Sapelln Xrw Vrrirn Kormerlf nn Ii r Hie o'oirletorlili of tie. .rite ri'Kir Ttie n"w H iin ii lor leí refniiiilie, 1 1 I rfltt-it the liiue niel I- tirep'iHfi io 11110111 1 11 Irnveli'i-i In the limt m-inniT. Tilín (ilnee w ill dp nil eiiilie.t iniion on the Htiti't' lonle. (iooil ineiilit ail K"" 1 1 '' 'ionio. 1, 11:011. Hvstr.ss ca nns.vr.R cha srs. (!!!KLACTIOVSKI, Dcnlpr in ; pne nil Mei'fliamlisc, Purlin (! f.Hna, A'i' Metito, ?T"- Country pniitiiec nnd cutllfi lveeiveil in liny liieiit. YM'ICKS NKI.SOX, t (piiinl Mpi'pJinnt. Anton Cliien ew Jlexii'o'. II:i eontrilly 011 Imnit n tonnriil iissnrf incut ol nieri-lriieli e. whieli lie seM nt lower r:i'" Ihnn nny lie'ilev in town, lie huy wool, liides mid in.' I Is, n"il niys Hie liiiliet noukel priee. Al-o kpen-i'ii Fiim S'-idlo for the neeoino iliilioii of t r;i I'lers, Give liini n c, ill . 'Jnii 1 I. MllOIiK, Ot-alfr in Ccpiscrnl MorcIia:iHsp, Puerto rln I.una, A'cw Mrricn, Woo', TT'i!e. Tellrviril n'l kiivli of Country I'roilnet' tnken in m. nii'íe f ,r (.omls. 1 Y. KICK W. It .-JIJKliT IIOP.ERT k Kucr: Iinlr:'!i In !l rlniirs ol1 íüprrhMiKlNp, I'lii'l-i!-. si.iMe- noil fonii'e mwn-v. lliuhe .t 1 r'ee i 1 .-ii puiil for woo nucí hiid'-i. Anion C)h, A'.'io Mexico. m'lxcKi.iu:!:'; ui.ds., "U !'.v;-.'.!' A ipt:n ilOJ-fnili, Snnffi V, Xrw Mexico. Mev.'ii nt i 'lir Ui'ioiit Hie Tenito'v ''11 fuel ü to t!',"i oii:.-,' to nil 11 tl'is Kmporiniii liel.oe ir.jiut- I'n-t, :ij llieir .niods 111 e esperinlly !!- 1 ' 10 ilii- lieu L et . ' ti""7';;'i.s'. A r. p.Aüiai::' 'o:e'!. II;va!s. S'tm. mil Ovutrmit'sit.it r.'.I.VkT.R. I. n !.., Xrir Mrxho. tiit'li"-, K. ..,it, )r;iiilif', Cliiriiiir, M o l, !0... , r-ilrirli' iii r. !..".' II leii'i.or. ete .M ... ,.im 1 i,:ii!Us. ..ii-. dpi i ,iit!v, e e., on ll :.. I f. '.!.- 11 on ' l o 10. v'l, -.,. -t ( ncv of !lie i.t:i7M . r'Axnis. J7KI1V l'Al'A, 7'3r:;::s, I,.? T'i"":. , ,V"?i Mexico. All l.iiei-ol Tin, Coop-, :.. nnd Sliet'l-iron wnve done to ord.ir. Tin It n . ii :i :r :i;5.! i;.:i1 'tiz n r!opi:ill,v. ir. ''oí. :,v'i.-.,-i Corner ol l'luza, in I lit lii.r'iei l .iiii rii Ten! lin'T. I. II SlIOI T, M. !. (I. Y. STKl.lllNS. .J. II. KIZOVV A ., W.'U-tH .j' Iicf.nl Dealers hi p 1! I ''iir-.di"i'-!.iMidmi' lieine ilni'o, ,:-ut on' I ('loes il-.O'. rol niodico-es ti, (:- rool ttf"li'.0i 'ivo". itii'dic'e'i' flro;'-.l'.illlli'.lictnes liner, nieilicine i'im'j: niel nieiliroien di'iius. end nied icier drill:- -.' 1 iirs .,1, medic no's d ni'.r dr'o' n d nit'dii'i'i" il it: V. -,1 rn 'jr-il rn.r.s nnd medicine T", !'nre Mclicinnl T . i 1 1 r nhvnys on luind . f.it IV.'11: Vew Mcr'co. Agent fur ó'nnssía v:;r. g ftp,, M. I iiuiv, Mo., 11 pay Hie li i:-,!ie.st Saii Prices I Olí W'O U,, IIII)i:. IT.T.W. K.Tr., Eto. 9 A.L U. P. V';A(JH AtlKNCy UK Dabíb cflínícrnííí. Tcvolotci Now Mexico, In nhv-iys sn j plie'l with a good ns Borttncnt of í rncral Mcrc!ia tul imc, ami hnvin a Largo Corral, Good ktaliltM iwnl Aliuinlanci) ol I'orngo 011 hand, oors the best of facilities tii the traveling community. ñfj GEO. CROXFOEB, Saddler and harness Maker La V?fi8 , ;V. M. Shop 111 llay'H liiiildinT, next dnor In (iuzelle. M:i!iitfiietiirpr ait't denier in Citliforniii unddles nnd Harness ol nil kinds, unlille trees ion row e. do n, collar- cut nnd w iirranted lo III . Mu i iif-s clc'iiicd ti ti, I icpiiireil with neiitni.-s nnd d n-ii.ilch All noik w 111 rented lor one x n Willi lair 11 11 iff, X I! I w irrnnt tu v siuldles not 1 ilmrt n linr-p nnd Mill innke llarncm to order eliiiiier Hum It can de lioi..,t t Uew hen.', liny ol llit 1'iuelical maker. ltvV Jhco. Wayner,. rcpvie'or, Nortli-Eust C timer of l'l;iza, VcQUi,.,. .XctcMexico This II Ml--e llioroui: l.ly trveatl.v fmnrj.ii1 uiri menl of il.e I it !-;.- as lieeu e.iili'd and to mee! ihe re, niiidier oi' Iravelers and : I ;: lie.-. .-C! are now Tie; M'i-y ISlllll i'ui of eouatry, .tiiodalioiiit llC'l Ol' .!(' liiered al I. lio" ill.. 1- -iR'Jst. in ;t' X"!i i"!'i i y rnovMiKi mo AIV.'. ) - .IK TA III. K . MTTU TU K I'.f.iT T'll AT Tllf ü a;.i;kt ai touih. I r.'ij.s s. I ALT-: ivirv i vi www i;i;; 11 IK MAIiKKT I.W AYS I.I.Y l'iitlVIIlKI) l;i T 'I II AT Ai-'l''u;i;s. A. A f Are allache l to llie lintel, which suip!ieil with llie t'lioice-d ipiiiliiics of liijuors and cigars. ltrgiilin' Hoarder", Willi or wllliout Io.Iiííii.l', w ill he n connnodaled hy the u't, I or month, "t the lowest I pussllde mten. . r.- eellent s'nldrt nnd t'oirals tire ntlaelieil i 'he llniel nnd feed and loraire fon-lanlly 011 hand, 'i he nt ruiiuji" of the pnl'l ic, i-i t:t:-HX'.vn.l.Y SOLICITED. S.M. tiO()iiI.i:it, I'ttitor. A I'lialtj letter from the Valioy of tljo r 1 i:iw. f Ku.-iWKI.I,, jXCnl.X Co. Fell. 'JlUh 1S7S. Editor Las Yt"jn Gazette: , Don't you iliitik friend Knogler, that by some legal, moral or oilier porniHsive pnwer. fit'tia-itimml story wrdcrs, liiogni iliors. liistorians, explorer.-!, an J liyhl niiig linn par.pet Kfrs 'lit" tij.',li our Territory should be disl.ruitni'1 fioni ait representing tin; chiiihclet' of oui native population to the man tier born, (or manor 3 you will), from misspelling the Spanish lunftiiass, tnifsin' the location of pvery lovvr, river, Riount.tin, and ci.ñ 111. missin?, Iy sonio letters the speliiiig of nine tenths) ot the inmes they use, supposed to represent such persons and places hooting f-t all the virtues nnd Hpplaudini all the vices of our pecple. neither of whieli ihey understand, nny more than 11 man could acquire a '.horouh education in the ;.;ei g-rphy t-ftht Heavens by biiii" "blowed up in 1 ideatn'ioat.1' I say, is there no rt;str..iiiing power which may pive 10 the inlelliooiit peophj of New .ie.v ico, a fair rep;e-entiitii):i before 'In people of the lie t.loic. di .-i'o tl.o 7;.ve dixit (.(.these self I'liti'ititiitetl rof.irinisi. Can't you lei! thuai l Ii si we catne I'nilii America, many of us. years uro where we bad o -adaated al Yale, Harvard. Columbia., University of Viritra, tint other home ironi the c. iiiiiii reia: wm ld of big cities, and other some, from the rur.il districts ol stales wlii re education, was not optional, but imperative, mid that we en inc. leielo couip'.etc mi ed'jcaii 11.. and that, ench w. eli we live In ia, that week adds to cur store ol us (''.I !::iowl de. 1? ill ! Kuoii ih of lh"se p-r-itistical liignt ed time set vers, vim eaii see no virtue '!i ii d.,i oOt iri;:i iintfi i.ti Plymouth Hock, nnd no talent that does not sliiy at home nnd wrangle in chtirches and conference debates, nn it .vrat.gled ot yore for a medal or a prize ia a Sunday School class. These nrsri pr.-etiln!ives id' li e people of New Mexico invariably leave ihe Territory with profuse prate: taMonx of admiration d r the country and frictulsliip for the people, whose hospitality cannot be que-dioned bul the more vi .Unible their ix;ires)-i..iis ol lb arks, the more hitler, virulent at d mail cicus is llie'.r abase, thou!. I they have at their disposal B few c damns of a cheap country newspaper whose editor substitutes a small j fur a capi'a! (i when h? indites tl.e. a) pe'.'.a.ion of'ih1' Supreme Lieing. l!uds i n (lie cot'ioiwoods are swollen almo.sl to lui-''ti''. 'I he wiartier is mild exei pt for heavy a'h, ds. Clouds threat, 11 and it is p'i-sil;!e we may exp rlence yet a snow Btt.rin lrth we have tseaped thn : i'.ter so for. A jreiil deal of ínter wheat has beer, (own. Spiing pi in'.ii'g will commence in i w 1 or three weeks. Mere than 50 urangers will "tup the earih'' near here this -icason, not the least amongst whom, let i:.e ni-iition my (Viend Tom Cooper, lie lian C-0 acres of fine land, ex'en lina from near the confluence oí the. Hm I'oudo and South Spring Üivtr, west, to the foot of the hills sou'h. I( lrot KOWIi 'ji sides I,, -.ides orcin. itniK.rti d classes, w' ieh 11 r" snowing and gout ds, fir.eiy. lie has ph. Med trees meloiH end sot, 'lowers, and popcorn and inuijorain, and rue, and s ay ' : 'Beneath the vine, these h-.hds have planted, may my own a?hes repose," gourd or otherwise. I will r mise that wi'hin a year I may poetize thus!) : In waves rank grasses, j ieldin;x to the lireee, See. 11 rolling lo the momi'.aiu 's liase. The cra.' s then crests uplüliii': o'er the trees. Con 'ess the homaire Willi proud grace. II111111 in llie valley, n til nisaiid feel henealh. I'liniindfiil of the lieaiilcois cen!, In h iii;r!ii grandeur .-:;t Hie Cracker hief. Tom t.uopcr, Miiokiii'j' his il 111I1 en. ' ri:t:os. ( -. .. . v J I!. Tcrrita'l l.itli'il in I.iiitolii Co. By a hitter from Lincoln we are inform p.1 of llie death of J. H. Tunstnll who will be remembered by many of our citizens bs having been in town for several weeks last Hummer. The deceased was an English man. nnd wes killed at Brewer's ranch on Monday the 1 Si h of February. Tha parti cubit s of the shooting we hnve nol ohlnined. Oin. (irrespoiideid does not allude to any causes iininedir.te or remote which h d to the diilieulty. The verdict of lheCcro net's jury íent tip, contains all the infor million known here at present. - It is ns follows: ''We the undersigned Justice of ihe Pence and jury who sat upon ihe inquest held this 18.h day ofl'Vbniiiry A. !, 1K78, nn the body of John II. I'tinR'all here found in precine (No. 1) number one ol the coun ty of Lincoln nnd Territoty of New Mexic0 find that the decease;! came to his tücalh on the 18th day of February A. I). 1878. by means of divers bullet!- shot and sent forlh out of and from deadly wenpoiiB. and upon the head and body of the said John II. Tunstall which paid deadly weapons then and there held by one or more of the men whose are herewith written: Jesse Evans Frank Baker. Thomas Hill, George Hind man, J. J. Dolan, William Mortoii nnd others not identified by witnesses that testi fied before the Coroner's jury. We the undersigned to the beat of our knowledge and belief from tlie evidence at the coro tier's inquest believe the above statement to be a true an j impartial verdict. Geo. H, Barber John Newcomb Sam 'I Smith Frank Coe Jienj. Ellis, John Ii, Wilson. Jus! ice of the Peace in nnd for precinct No. 1 Lincoln county Territory of New Mexico, A Broadway (New Vo:k) lohaccouitt ex" hil.iits two pipes worth $1.00(1 each. The Huston Trunscrijii mentions it as a singt'ar fact that a lady of that city has fa lie 11 in love with her husband. , -m . The ambition of the bhrewd bey of the period ii not to become president of the United States, but sheriff of the county of New York, The latter gct.i the bigger sa lary, and has a much easier time. A young lady of illiams, Iowa, wishing to return a young gentleman u ring; attach ed a tag to it wiih his name thereon, and dropped il in the postnflice, On the hack of the tag was written, '"I hate to but I must." ''S.iF-it!'' said a timelier to one of her pupila, "you shouldn't make faces. Y'-n will grow up homely if you make faces." Susie looked thought fully in the teacher's face a few moments, nnd then innocently asked: ' Did you make faces whan ycu wcro n ültle girl?" . "B it Paul, how can the spirit be in n and we in the spirit, at the same time?" said liie young man to a venerable darkey, "Oh. dar' 'jo puzz'e bout that It's like dat poker: 1 put it in de fire and it jets red hot. Now, de potter' a iu do lire an' de fire's in de poker." -o OO s A woman in Denver has discovered, she says, how she can retain youth and live for ever, hot sbe declaren that she will not i nt- art the knowledge to anybody, for fear th it tn d'j tth s vi J a continuance of births would eventually overcrowd the earth with people. She will exercios thi) only in a few cases of persons whose perpetuated lives would be a gain to the public. ti- The Sitling Bull business in the North west nennin 8 new interest from the re cent stnti ment of Col. Corbin, w ho was one of the United States Commissioners to treat with that chief. lie says that tho treaty made by the Sitiinj Bui' Commission wi h the Canadian Cominis sioti of Ihe Northwest naturalized Sitiirg Bull as a Canadian Indian, so that, i' the chief does cross the harder and com mil depredations in the Ut.ilcd Slates, the Dominion Guvi rnnirut will he respon sible (or them. - There is no partv division on the silver hill. The voto on it 11 ihe senate, includ ing those who were absent and paired, stood; "(I Democrats and 20 liepublicans for it(i and lit Democrat:! and 11 Tiepubli cans ag linst it Some of ils most active and earnest suppor'ers, both in Ihe senate and in the house, were liepublicans, who conti ibiited at least a full share of the ar gument in ils favor. Nothing, therefore, could be more absurd, than the iippeal of some of th New York jmrmls to Mr. I'rye to muke it a Republican shibboleth and rally She party on it. t A negro minister who married rather sooner after the dn:lh of I. is wife than some of the sisters thought proper and becoming excused himsell as follo'is; '-My dear brederen and sisters, my grief was greater dan I could beiir. I turned ebcry way for p( ace nnd comfort, but none came. I snrched deSeriptnrs from fiinisee to Hebehiti.in, and found plenty promises to do wtdder, hut duty one to de dJurur, So I took it dnt de good Lord didn't waste sympathy on a man when it was in his power to coüifort himse'f; and Iinhin a fuss rate chanza to marry iu do Lord. I did so, and would do so again. Besii'es, bre doren, I consider dnt poor Piitsey Was jusg us dead as she would ever he." 'Ihe Renato Tuesday pa-ncd a hill to ar.end the pension law, which restores lo the roll mimM stricken off for disloyalty during the la'e war. During tho debate fievir.il eood pointi were made. Mr. Ing-. . alls referred to tho incongruity ol'rustorins leaders of the rebellion to full citizenship and in some instances elevating them to high ofliciel positions, and at the same timo excluding from the benefits of national li berality poor old men who had once served their country well Bnd who at the outbreak of the rebellion must have been too old to take active part tgainst Ihe (ederal govern" ment. He did not think such a course) an this was calculated to promote national unity. Senator Blaine and others spoke iu a aiinPur strain. 841 - RpiiiNitiii for n Murderer. Some mouth? ngo a man natiidd Andrew Scott was indicted by the grand jury of l.m Animas county for manslaughter, Pending the return oí t lie indict ment and Scott'-) arrest, the latler escaped and could not bo found. Lately the officers learned that he was hiding in New Mexico arid was suppos ed to bo stopping somewhere in Colfax county. John M. Waldron, ihe dislriet pro secutor of Las Animas county, heard of him and asked for a requisition on the governor of New Mexico for his arrest. The nqui. sttion w,ts issued by Oovernnr Koutt yes terday afternoon nnd Peter Burli-on has been appointed the state's agent lo net in ihe ina'ter. Denver AVtr. 3 turn mlrtnim. What is the ditl'ereuce hetween a hungry man and a gluttor.? One longs to tat, the ( Iher e its too long. W hy is a. good resolution like a fainting ludy al a ba'l? Because it ought to be dir tied cut. Why is the strap of Hn minibus like con science? Bt cause it is an inward check on the outward mm. Why is a pretty girl like a mirror-' Beeaafe the h i (oí d lo,k'ng lass. What is the best thing lo do in u hurry? Nothing. Why are 'roubles like babies? Because they grow bigger by nursing them. Why is a sailor taken sick in a tent like a crime? He's a salt within taut took ill. ISnilroad Cx tension. Tha Colorado Spring j Mountaineer re. lates that the New Mexico it Southern Pa cific lUilroads Company wm eirgtnized at San'a Fe on the 0th instant, for the purpose ol building a railway from Trinidad south wesierly throught New Mexiej, connecting witb the Southern Pacific near tho Arizona line. Tho corporation has nisi projected several other lines running to Santa Fe. Alliuquei que, and o'her points. This cor poration was organized in the interest of the Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fe railway, and indicate: an early movenent hy that CJmi'any to connect with, the Southern Paci fic making a through Pne to the Pacific. On the 7th instant the Denver it Bio Grande company organized under the laws of New Mexico, nt Santa Fe. One of its projected lines starts at El Moro and runs to 111 Paso. Another runs from Garland south, and another throught Tierra Amari lla into the S n Juan country, Denver Times Fraudulent Cípiich. Paris is the city lor this business." writes the French corresponded of the St. Louis Journal, which has been brought to the most astonÍ8liin2 perb ction, The astound iug transformation of grtinn of heavy-looking, dirty sand into a dia.r.ond of the finest water, ia the daily avoca' ion of a largo mini bi.-r of persons who avowedly work with the intention of deceiving everybody but the buyer. Everything in tho operation depends upon the equably of snnd. nnd (hat used for the purpose is brought from the forest of Funtaitibb'a u Large quantities of it are sent abroad , so high is the repute in which it stands, For imitating dmeralds, sapphires and rubies a coloring matter wi titcly mineral in its origin is employed and it. has been brought to a high state of per fection. About twcn'y years ago the prin cipal merchant in this class of jewelry was a M, Koiirguignnn, whose utclier was situat ed at Barrier rln Trono. He was the prince of his trade, and surpassed nil others in the enet Hence of I, is productions. lie employ ed nearly one hundred workmen, henil" a number ol women and young girls, who business it wps to polish the colored stones and lino the false pearls with fish scales and wax. The scales of tho roach and dace are chiefly used for this pu-poso, and form a considerable source of profit to tho fishermen ol the Seine in tha environs of Corbeil. who bring ihi.m to Puris in largo quantities during the season. They must be stripped bom the fish while living, or theglistening hue which wemlmire so much in the real pmrl can not be imitated. It wa, however, lo the "cultiva' ion" of the diamond that M. Bourguignein devotod his ingenuity, and had he detailed tho myste ries of his ern ft, some of the most üingular histories of "family diamonds'' nnd "heir loinis" would have been brought to lijjht. For Johwork of every ind, (rom visiiine cards to lull sized sheet posten, come lo the (Jazitit efi.ee.