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atpbpaV.". -MAY o. iwm LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. TIIK Ill.VD )V A GIRL iHK IS. Ill speaking of l'licpbe I'ozyens, who lias applied to lie apjxjiiited on the I tali I'omtiiission, the "Tunes, of limco, cslls her a young laily. The first time we saw Miss L'ozens was uliout thirteen years ago, back in Missouri, at a lien convention, then being hehl in the city of Saint Louis, and she wore a much larger mustache than we iliJ at that time. During the convention, while the gentle I'luebe was delivering herself LATEST NEWS BY MAIL. ew York. Mav 1. The Washington correspondent cf the Mail-Kxpress says that Senator Edmunds of the judiciary committee to whom the President's message, about the outrages of cowboys in Arizona, was referred, had reported tMlay that it was uie opinion of the committee that there was no ne cessity for further legislation and that the Kxecutive nail -t in uis power to pm down lawlessness in the '.territories and using, it necessary, me army as Kjano comitatus. ( arlaiul made a brief address in support of the committee's finding. Sii-n.-itnr Call offered a resolution to the effect that murders and other outrages by the Apaches m Arizona demand that the entire military power ot the Lnitea States should be used for the punish ment of the perpetrators and for the pro .utin nf nur citizens. Dawes honed that snch outrages would be stopped but of a speech, lr. Mary Walker, who was charged that it was a scandal on the ad- to speak after her, thought that J'liii'be was consuming too long a time for a brief sjieech, and became very nervous; in fact so nervous and impatient bad Dr. Mary grown that her breeches couldn't bold her, and she bounded out to the front of the platform by the side of Miss Conens and commenced talking, and such a cackling match that took place was never before or since witnessed. Var a full half hour loth of these wnnitn yelled at the top of their voice, but the audience was unable to distinguish one word spoken. During this heated contest the strong-minded women on the rear of the platform were consulting the best method to put a stop to this rivalry, when Susan B. Anthony, J ulia Ward Howe, Mm. Livermore and Klizabeth Cady Stanton advanced to the speakers. Authony aud Livermore pounced on Dr. Mary and Stanton nnd Howe jumped riia'be. Then came tho tug of war. The women went rolling over the stage and got their legs so mixed up that it was impossible for the spectators to dis tinguish whether it was Anthony's legs that were covered with alpaca breeches and the Doctor wore the blue stacking!, or whether it was Stanton who wore the pretty fluted drawers or rhadie. During the whole of the melee Walker and Cozzens were yelling as loud as they could. By the aid of the other old hens on the platform, the rivals were carried out of the back door. There was more fun there than at the last Dem ocratic convention held in Lincoln county. Miss Cozzens is not so young as the public consider her. It would never do to make her a Commissioner, for she would certainly talk tho other members of the Commission to death, unless Dr. Marv Walker was also placed on the Commission, so as to stand her off. Georgia's ablest and most prominent Statesmen are retiring from public life. It was not long ago that Alexander H. Stephens, the most conscientious and ablest man that ever represented that State in the National Capitol, announced his retirement from public service, and now late dispatches from Washington state that the Georgia Senators, Hill and Brown,- will follow Mr. Stephens' ex ample in this respect. Mr. Hill is sink ing into despondency on account of his cancered tongue, aud Mr. Brown is auf fering with lung disease, are the causes given for those gentlemen withdrawing from public life. In New York city the street-car com panies now have their horses cleaned by steam. The apparatus is similar to the brush run by steam in the barbershops in large cities. At first the horses didn't take to it kindly, but they soon became reconciled to the latest style. A weekly newspaper is now being issued from the Leader office in Eureka. It contains twenty-eight columns of in teresting reading matter. Price, $3 per year. If President Arthur would devote his attention to the affairs of the Nation iu. stead of politics, the people would think better of him. ministration that such outbreaks should recur yearly. Ingalls was in favor of the general objects of the resolution but said ho was opposed to it H any renecuon was intended on the Executive. Hawley tonk the saina ground ami after further lebato a resolution was referred to the committee on J crmoncs. t'nii Ado, May 1, Some time aim tho Indian Department requested the military to arrest Captain lack nt tho White liiver y tes, who was in the vicinity ot J-oi t asname. me irrcst was made April '3.1th. Shortly after he attempted to escape and fled to a tepee near by, where he secured a cara bine and killed Sergeant Kichard Casey of the Third Cavalry. A mountain how itzer was then fired into the tepee, kill ing Jack instantly. Captain Jack was a notorious leader in tho Thorn burg and Meeker massacres and was a very dan gerous and very bad Indian. Aiw lonit, jiav i The Socialists of this city laid the corner stone of the monument to l'robel. in Brooklyn. It was the intention to march to the place iu procession, but the police authorities informed them it would not be permitted, and a force of S(X) men were hold jn reserve to prevent it, l no parado was given up. JiOSTON, .Mav I. The steamer (ilomorgan from Liver pool arrived badly scratched by ice. The vessel steamed lilO miles on the southerly edge of an ice field and passed fully 100 large icebergs, ou which were polar bears mid many seals. Several sailing vessels were sighted, icebound. Loxpox, .May I. Xcws has reached Mr. Uliphant, from Russia, of continued persecutions, too, are much more atrocious than readers would imagine who see nothing more trustworthy than the carefully expur gated reports allowed to appear in the Itussian press. A massacre recently to.k place nt Halta, a town distant from Odessa seven hours' ride, in which at least thirty Hebrews were killed, many wounded, and an immense amount of property desrtoyed. The Jews on this occasion did not endure the outrage un resistingly, but defended theineslves with such resolution that twenty Christians w ere killed. The Nineteenth Century for May pub lishes nearly 300 fresh signatures te the protest niiaiust the. l.uanuul lunuel, m eluding the names of many among the most distinguished peers, military, naval nttieera and celebrities of everv class. Everything (mints to an overwhelming force ot public opinion hostile to tins en terprise. The managers of the California and Xe. vada Railroad enterprise inteud building the road by white labor only. Frisco (Utah) Times: There seems to be a little trouble, the Suit Lake Herald tells us, between the Denver and llio Grande and the Utah Central Railways. The Denver and Rio Grande purchased the Pleasant Valley Railroad, which runs down the Spanish Fork Canyon, and it is proposed to make this a portion of the main line. The Utah Central some time ago laid oat a branch line to run up the same canyon. The Deuver and Rio Grande have contested the right ot way to its proposed branch line to Pleasant Valley, and the natter has been under hearing before Judge Emerson for some time. We hope that the difficulty will be amicably settled before long, so at least a part of last year's railroad boom will come again. If there is any truth iu the dispatches stut forth from Washington, Senator Don Cameron must be on the verge of insan it y. The dispatch of May 1st says: Senator Don Cameron is too ill to go over to 1 lnladelphia to attend the pro posed ci.uterence with the Independents. His ailment is of a character that does not satisfy the Independents when offered as au excuse for nou-atteudance. The illness of Cameron is chronic indisposi Hon that shows itself in nearly daily at tacks, which at times so prostrate the Senator that lie is obliged to rest from his public ditties in a Seuate Committee- room until a peaceful sleep has restored his nervous system, overwrought by this mysterious malady, which renders him morose, surlv, traciturn and almost in different as to what is said about him He of late associates very little with his fellow enatol'S, and is very seldom seen in the Senate Chamber. He is fearful of losing his power in Pennsylvania. Added to tins be has conjured up devices to make himself unhappy. Married to young and beautiful lad v, he has within the last year become insanely jealous. His jealousy is of the silliest possible character, because it is absolutely without cause. There was never a more discreet or reticent woman than the wife of Don Cameron." His jealousy, however, takes the usual form of desiring to isolate his tanuly from all the ordinary social rela tions of Washington. He rules as the autocrat and absolute dictator at home, as he would in the politics of his State. After spending several thousand dol lan in experimenting on the one-track railroad, in Tulare county, the enterprise has been abandoned. I he track and rolling stock were sold under attachment just been declared valid, realized 19,000. ana uie engine wui e uscu ib neuiiug i eel from a hum near Huron. I Bodie is at last to have a church. The Committee of the Trades Assembly of San Francisco have adopted a stamp or trade-mark w hich they intend placing upon au Kinds ot goods manufactured ex clusively by white labor. 1 his stamp it is proposed snail be used by the I rades Unions represented by the Trades Assem bly, and, since it is intended for eeneral use throughout the Pacific Coast, it will lie brought before the forthcoming Anti Chinese Trades Convention for indorse. ment and adoption. The tedious litigation over the title to the property of the late Colonel Baker, at Bakersfield, is ended bv the confirma tion of the sales of land. The last is the third sale of the property, and it is stated that affairs have been so badly managed that the adminstrator of the estate has received nothing from these sales, although the last bne, which has STATE ITEMS. Ward has a doctor. He is au Ohio man. In r.itrKeld District, near Belleville, are being developed several promising claims. The Martin White Company of AVard, says the Reflex, is receiving timlicr for their new ore-house. On the 24th of April, says the Sentinel, the Eureka Con. had shipped bullion amounting to. KM), 1134. 90 for that month. The Sentinel says sixty tons of high- lanran re from the Bain Eagle mine has just been shipped to the Eureka Con. orks. The Clear Creek wood-flume, leading from the Sierras down to Carson Valley ready for business as soon as the melt ing snow bring! a little more water. At tho Alta mine, Virginia City, by a . , ... i . i 1 1 I 1 I. cave in a dint, l'aniei jicrauueu una ins ankle thrown out of joint, and his left leg, below the knee, broken in two places. , Eureka Sentinel : The amount of money ansferred from the General to the sal ary Fund by the Commissioners yester- ay was the largest ever Deiore maue, being $2,830.44. Silver State: The ore from tho Live Yankee mine, Paradise Valley worked at the Bullion mill recently, was assorted nto two classes. The first yielded S-i 1.- 3 per ton, and the second 4S. Eureka has an Anti-Chinese boarding- house, and board cau be'obtaincd at the ery low price of .$o per week, and single meals 2o cents. At such a price as this fellow would almost as lief pay his board bill as to bach on credit. Don t Con ! Ward Reflex: Ah Min, the Chinese cook at the Monitor mill, was lately aught in the act of getting away with malcam, and was let out immediately, if not sooner. Between cooking and whacking-up" with the owners of the mill, he would have done well in this country, if let alone. Austin Reveille: Several Piute chil dren arc reported sick at their camps in the suburbs of town, and one died day before yesterday. It had been sick for some time with what appeared to be diphtheria. This disease, pneumonia, otip and similar amictions cause tne death of many Piute children. The In dian doctors do not seem to understand and manage those diseases very success-fnllv. Eureka Leader: Latest advices from the Eberhardt tunnel are very encourag ing. Although they nave no soim mouy of ore as yet, every indication points that way, and a tew days more will luiiy de termine the matter. The formation now passing through is soft, with occasional bunches of rich ore, which is improving, ond tho tunnel management feel con fident of an ore body in the near future. The people of Hamilton are feeling much better and are beginning to think their fondest and dearest hopes will soon be realized. It is very generally known that the ex istence of a planet between Mercury and the sun has long been suspected by as tronomers, but if such an object exists it is ordinarly rendered invisible to tele scopies by the diffusion of the solar rays, during a total eclipse the glare of the sun is removed and it is hoped that the hypothetical planet may be discovered on such occasions. With that purpose in view, many oliservers will eagerly scan the heavens alxittt the sun during the eclipse of May 17th, which will lie chiefly visible in Africa. Japan would not le a healthy place for American journalists. A Yokohama paper says: "In Kochi ken a lecturer was sentenced to a fine of yen 20, three months imprisonment and six months police supervision afterward for having delivered a lecture in which he asserted that the Emperor, although standing at the head of the nation, was not doing any good to the country, and that the tax-payers should rule the land." A bet was recently made in Vallejo that one White, an undertaker, had con spired to rob the County Treasurer. The referee was M. H. fieddings, who decided against Whit. Geddings was met by White afterwards and asked if the charge was meant. Upon receiving an affirma tive reply, White drew a revolver, but Geddings wrenched it from his hand be fore it was discharged and the two clinched. In the fight. White was severely beaten. U. Blavier attributes the disappearance of the sardine from the coast of Britanuy, where it was once the source of a large revenue, to a change in the direction of the gulf stream. The question was deemed so important by the Paris Acad emy of Sciences that a special committee has been appointed to investigate the matter, Cyrus W. Field says that Judas Iscar iot was no worse than thousands of Amer icans who have their price and accept the cash whenever it is offered. Cyrus is evi dently working round to set up a monu ment to Judas. We don't see why he should, Judas is not favored, at least openly, by the British nobility. Gus Singsadly was asked if he had made any calls New Y'ear, and replied : " Yes. I called once on a king full and collided with fours. Of course, I blew in my last cent, and I shall not be able to call again until New Y'ear, unless the old man dies and leaves me bis sand. Down to the Bed-Rod!! It seems to be the Pioche and vicinity to buy at Kkd-Rock Prices desire now of the people of their goods low down, that is FOR CASH. This is the true spirit, and will increase the prosperity of the people, for no goods can be sold on time by owners unless tne purcnaser pays ior tne time givep. Anticipat ing the wants and desires of the people in this regard, we will sell strictly for cash from now on, at prices that will surprise the most credulous. We are now opening ar immense stock of DHT-COODS, CLOTHING, HATS, ETC., Which have been purchased for cash during the recent failures of some of the leading firms in San Francisco. Vli m SOT TO BE IDtRSOLD INI WILL SELL IT PRICES WITHIN THE REM OF EVERYBODY. f e will Sell ftn Better Goods fop less Usui Ibaa any other Finn In tit STATE. Flump eirls are coming into fashion again, and as Chesterfield says it is never pardonable to be out of the fashion the man who is engaged to a thin girl must break his engagement, even if he gets sued tor a breach ot promise. A coat with six lees was born in San Fran cisco. The goat, or more correctly speak ing, the kid, has tour fund-quarters; Due, though the extra legs are as large and apparently as strong as the ordinary ones, they are not used. " My Charles is growing a perfect love of a mustache," said one school girl to another; "I can see it right plain." "So you ought, dear; it is frequently under your nose." Ladies, Misses and Children's Shoes at Less than HALF FORMER PRICES. J. MYERS & BRO.. m24 tf PlonVkn. "KTA-n-n. Nearly every bridal couple that comes to Washington and Washington is the Bauoil&l uruiui .wva tisiia tuc jlxvus- ury vaults. The young and invariably interesting couple want to closely in spect Uncle Sam's plentiful shekels. When they enter the vault the man in charge of it, after a few preliminary words of explanation, hands down a package of notes from a shelf and tells the bride to take it in her hands. He then explains that this package contains 820,000,000 in United States Treasury notes, the young lady is delighted to be able to go away and say that she has held so much nionev in her own hands. She is just too utterly pleased. The groom also wants to handle the package. 'in I. i . .1 1 .1. .. . u -H X UCJ Ul C IIIKUCL LU1U 111 .1 V HIE suv all of the denomination of $10,000. They constitute what is known as the " Bridal Package." Young married tourists hav ing heard of this package often ask to handle it just as soon as they enter the vaults. This is all very pretty. But it is a fraud ou the young people. The Treasury here does not hold that amount of money. The bulk of the money is in the Sub-Treasury at New York. Ibat " Bridal Package is a gay deceiver. It does contain, however, notes of the de nomination ot $10,000. which in the as gregate would represent 20.000,000 if thev were only signed, jbui tney are worth no more in reality than the paper on which they are printed, being minus the necessary signatures. l Boston uiooe, A new method of preserving meat is to cause the heart of the animal to pump boracic acid into the tissues, ror ex ample, a sheep is stunned by a blow, and blood being withdrawn front the left jug ular vein, a strong solution of boracic acid, kent at blood heat, is injected. The heart of the still living animal quickly pumps the antiseptic fluid into all parts of the body, and the sheep is then killed bv the butcher in the usual way. The cost is slik'ht. and the meat thus treated will keep several weeks in the heat of summer. At Pioche, May 3d, Geo. A. Sprsker, s native of New York, aged "i years. Office Telegraph jvpvaaav. Dr. Schweinfurth has succeeded freshening and preservine many of the leaves and flewers from garlands found on the breasts of mummies discovered last vear at leir el Bahari. A small herbarium is thus formed from plants which crew some thirtv-hve centuries ago. A numlr of the species have been identified with those now found in the East. A married couple at Leavenworth, Kau.. after having lived together thir teen years, are asking a divorce on the ground that they have just discovered that they bear the relation of uncle and niece. sua. DR. V. A. CHAICNEAU, Physician & Surgeon, Bundling, Pioche, CEO.C. MATHEWS, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, pioche, - - NEVADA. THE SAN JOSE HOUSE 11TILL BE OPENED APRIL 1st, U77, A8 A 11 . FIRST-CLASS HOTEL In all respects. The Table will bebesuDPlied with the bei the market affords and no efforts will be spared to make everything comfortable for permaneo and transient boarders. The boose Is thor onghly renovated and well furnished through oat and is the only house in Pioche supplied un BATHS. Prices tm Salt the Tinea. MRS. JAS, mrsl-tf PEARSON, Proprietress. Copartnership Notice. rpHE FIRM OF G. R. B.VETOS & CO., BRIS 1 TOL, Nevada, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All outstanding aceonnu win be coUectod and all on atudint ind-btedness of the Arm will be paid by O. B. Barton liriatol. navacla. narch 2V lwi. HAOBRTT 4 BART05, JACOBS BuLTAN. mHE FIRM4 OF HAfiERTY BARTOTf, 1 JA.ttBS . BULTAN and TORRE BAR BIERI have this day formed a copartnership under the hrm name and style of Barton, Torre A Co. .to do a Ueneral Ueichandise Bueiaess Bristol, Nevada. Brixtol. Nevada. March to. 181. HAOERTT k BARTON, JACOBS k BULTAN, al-lin TORRE k BARBIE RI. NOTICE. I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANT debts whatsoever contracted by any person without a w rltlrn Order Ram me. Pihruint. Taller. Kev.. April 14. 1M3, apllS-lm XESsVX SHARP OEO. T. OOBMAX. L. V. WEBTHXIMER. GORMAN & CO.. WtlOuESALR AND RETAIL DEALERS IN STATIONERY. SCHOOL BOOKS, INKS, PENS PERIODICALS AND NEWSPAPERS or au sispa. Imported and Domestic CIGARS, TOBACCOS. PIPES, CUTLERY, ETC. AGENTB FOR Eureka Daily Sentinel, A ND ALL CALIFORNIA AND NETAD Dallies delivered or Carrier to any car of Town MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE MEAD, i OW VALLEY PIOCBR, NEV. fl-tf E. Y. BUCHANAN, COUNTY SURVEYOR, AND Deputy Mineral Surveyor. Office In Pioche. with Thompson Oamnbnll, Eaq. General office, at Royal City, Linoolu Count, Nevada. 08 O111 G. R. ALEXANDER, Druggist ana Apothecary KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON BAND A LARGE lot of Pure Drags, Medicines, Chemictls, Perfumery, Soaps, ....ajn... i .3a.ll Toilet A.rtlolea, .. .AT TBI... i L0WE8T POSSIBLE PEIOE. JIala St., Pioche, appeals Panara Saloon. j CHAS. STEIPv, MAIN STREET, PIOCHE, NEVADA. Sealer lax WINES, LIQUORS, and CIGARS. THE PANAOA SXjOON Is Stocked with the Best ot ' : i Liquors and Cigars. DENTISTRY. HAVING RETCRNEDTOPIOOIIE, and expecting to remain but a short periml. all oerann. in tw...l of my aervlces will pleaaa call ou mo sa earl as poaalble. They will find in a In 1117 oM UBiirrst a" F. 0. N10H0H, (UJ 1 y t homo eaally Bias. JloOostly Outot free. Addre.s Tua a Ot . Assists, Haui. ' PHILADELPHIA BREWERY, Main Street, Pioche, Louis Kleine, Proprietor, IB- FURNISHING A BUPEKIOB ARTICLE OF Lager Beer, In Uuaatlttes to suit, at U Law"' , .Hates.: .': Adjoining- Camps Supplied on SHORT NOTICE. j Par nill.Heada. l.eUer-U.aaa, Cards Voaehere, and all kinds f Jab Print tag. althar Faster Pleas, apply tea Mssorsl Oaaea.