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THE COUNTY l'Al'EII. IXIIIYN'S .V ', Publishers. OREGON, ! ! MO T. C. DUNCAN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, oregon, Missouri. Will rrac lice In nil Court of Missouri, Kan us, low ft bii J Nebraska. Ileal Estate business, and Collections 1 romptly attended to. I. D. BEELER, I)KAt.Cn IK CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, FOUKST CITY. MO. Bourbon and Bye Whiskies, ami all Fancy and Hot Drinks a socially. Patronago respectfully solicited. J. T. THA.TCHF.R, M.D. list OPiEGON, MISSOUIU. OFFICE At resilience, two doors north ol J. A. Reeves' Store; formerly residence of Levi urea A. II. JAMISON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Real Estate, Insurance and Collecting Agent, MOUND CITY, MO. Will practice In all the Courts of northwest Missouri. MONTGOMERY & ROECKER, Bankers and Brokers, OREGON, MO. Loon Money, liuy Notes. Draw Drafts on all nrlnrlrtal cities. aiid'Collcctionsnromiitlv made. l'ay Taxes for non-rcsldetits; Loans negotiated on real estate, nudlnviMinciits made on favora blctiTin. Interest allowed on 'f line Deposits, G11AS. V. THOMAS, Lawyer & Notary Public, OREGON, 110LT COUNTY, MO. Collection mailc. Denoslttons taken. Convsv- udng done, Legal Information glvcti and Gen- cm i-anu ana iiavr uusinces nucuueu ic B. F. O'FALLON. LF.IGII IRVINE. O'FAI.l.OIV 3c IltTIi:, ATTORNEYS - AT-LAW, OREGON, MISSOUIU. Will riractleo In all courts of Missouri. Collections, and all manner of legal business will receive our prompt attention. EZTOfflce forth sulo of Court House, over uiudc'a Drug store. R. I. REA, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Notary Public and Real Estate Agont, MA1TLAND, MO. Will attend to nil legal business Intrusted to his care, lu all theCourtsot NorthwestMlssourl. Has for ealo a large number of choko business ou. CLAltK PHILBItICK, FASHIONABLE 1 West Bide Public Snuarc. Respectfully Invites the patronage of tUnso having anything In the narutr, nair-i;uitingor pnampr.oning l.lno. L.R.KNOWLES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, oncaoii, aiU. Will practice In all Courts. Real Estato bus! ness and Collections promptly attended to. H. TEBBS ALKIRE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, OREGON, MISSOURI. Will practice In all the Courts of Mlssojit. Real Estate and Collection buslnss promptly aiiynueu to. Office over Schulte Bros. Store. E. J. KELLOGG, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, CRAIG, MO. Will practice In oil the Courts of Missouri. Real Estate and Collecting business promptly attended to. 1ATI0NAL HOTEL, FOREST CITY, NO. Our entire building Is newly furnished throughout; our locution Is central, our rates are, low, our accominodutlous-lucludlug Himp1n XioomiS, are unsurpassed, and we respectfully solicit a liberal patronnco from the traveling public. B. B. FOSTER & BRO., Proprietors. NOETHWEST NORMAL SCHOOL, OREGON, MO. Tint Term begins Second Taim begins Third Term lirctim Sept. 13, IBM. Nov. 81, 1881. Fod.6. 1883. Fourth Trrm begins April 17, 1882, Tuition, $5.00 per terra of ten weeks. Course of study thorough and practical. Boarding In family $3.00 to $3.80 per week. For further information address, C. L. EDAUGIT, Principal. & BANK, FOREST CITY, - - - .MISSOURI. TRAN8ACT8 a general banking business. Bells exchange on the chief cities ot the United States and Europe, Allows Interest on deposits when left a specified tlms. Collections qelve careful attcnth uou. , FKAZKK, PlILSIUII.NT. GEO. WEUER, CAsuir.n- FOR SALE, both rurrtOYED ksd raiMrnovED REAL ESTATE. At prices ranging from $3.50 to $35,00 per acre. Borne of the tluett land In Northwest Missouri, io both targe and small tracts. Desirable town property in all the towns ot Holt county. Also, few tat farms In Kaasas. Partlesdenlring to either sell or buy land, will find It to their in terest to address mo atonic, as I iuu constantly bavin? calli for all trades of lauds, mid can ult all purchasers whomsoever. Aiidrrnt, II. TEBBS ALKIRE. Attomey-at-Law, Oregou, Mo. WEEKLY REVIEW. ''ii'rnl rVuMM Summitry. Thu conl mines in anil nbotit Spring field, 111., employ about l'-'OO men. J. M. Hcsts' mill atN'ilowood. Illinois, as burned Dec. 25th. Loss, $10,000. A clothcs-plti linn tit Denmark, Mo., will use 1,000 cords of birch next year. Tlicro Is n national bank in every State ntid Territory except Mississippi and Art zona. John Evans, Provident of tlio Mutual Union Telegraph Cotnpauy, died In New York, Dec. 25th. Mexican papers nrgtio that postal cards and railways will facilitate that country's development. Frederick I.aucr, a woll known brew er of Heading, l'n., has failed. Liabilities, $300 000; assets, $250,000. Tlio losses by flro nt the South street bonded warehouse, New York, Dec. 24th, arc placed nt $2,000,000. A company hni been organized to mine asbestos nt Sherbrooke, Canada, and starts with $500,000 capital. Tlio railroad train in Germany that runs hvclectro-mapictlsmos thcmotlvc power, continues to be a great success. The rcsldeneo of Augustus Ilyromi', on Michigan Avenue, Chicago, was partially dc stroyed by lire Dec. 2-lth. Loss, $25,000. lbcrt Honckc, n farm laborer, was found dead near Omaha, December 22d, having accidentally shot himself w Idle shooting rabbits. On "tho nlelit of December 2.1d, at Green Plain, Vn., the'storu of .1. II. and J. 11 Prince burned, and two clerks perished In the flames. Tho shaft and buildings nroitnd the Ilazleton mines, Willi' Gulch, Colorado, were destroyed by lire Dec. 25th. Loss, $35,000; In surance, $5,000. lluv. Dr. Leonard llacon, a professor In Divinity nt Yale College, died of heart disease Dec. 21th. lie was a prolific writer and highly esteemed lu Congregationalism. Whllo&Co's tannery, near Highland Station, Mass., was burned Dee. 21th, with the machinery and a large stock. Loss, $150,000, Eighty hands nro thrown out of employment, Tho United States Supremo Court has decided that failure to pay an Insurance pre tnluui when due forfeits tho wholo policy, nnd that sickness or Incapacity Is not a valid excuse for non-payment. bonded wnrchouso in Now York stored with silks, tobacco and spirits, burned Dec. 21th. Loss, $500,000. On the same day n building on' Btoadway burned with a loss of $1-10,000. Tho well known prlvato banking housoof Haskell it Harris, of Hlllsboro, 111 has made nn assignment to Judge E. Lane. It: liabilities are reported to bo over $100,000; as sets about $00,000. At Codnryillc, Ohio, about threo o'clock on the morning of Dec. 24th, a liodyof masked men broke Into all fie drinking places In tho village nnd demolished the contents, 8omeof the buildings were torn down. A project is on foot, under tho super vision of M. M. Dekrcrber, of Berlin, now In Boston, to establish an International Immlgra Hon society to aid the emigration of German girls and women to the United States. Tho sccrctnry ot tho National Pro hlbltton Alliance, Mrs. M. Brown, lms fcauo.1 circular containing the names of over 100 del egates of the New York reform conference. calling for a general conference of prohibition Ists to be held In Chicago, March 1 and 2, 1SS2. Tho wholesalo grocery firm of Knowlcs, Cloyes & Co., Chicago, suspended Dec. 21th, They were engaged chiefly In the coffee, tea and splco trade. The liabilities arc reported at from $325,000 to $350,000. Their labilities nto largely to parties In New York oston, Portland and Philadelphia. Phillips, Marshall & Co., of London have Just concluded a purchase of 1,300,000 acres of land from tho Stato of Mississippi, Seven hundred and sixty thousand acres Is known as loose, lands, and located mostly In the lazoo delta, comprising some of tho rich. est cotton timber lauds lu tho South. Tho In tentlou Is to Improve, colonize and cultivate these lands. Complaints aro reccivod that much difficulty Is experienced In getting the Indian Agency supplies transported. It Is caused prln clpally by a failure of duty lu the contractors, Many ot tho supplies aro reported frozen up 1 tho Northwest rivers. It Is tho Intent on the part of tho Bureau to hold tho contractors strictly accountable for neglect. Tho bgeuele are clamoring for vaccine matter. At Joflcrson, Ind., Dec. 25th, John McCIcllan celebrated the holiday by putting pound of powder In threo bottles, fastening them tightly, nnd then attempting to cxplodi them lu his yard. Falling In this, he placed tho bottles on n tablo In tho house. Mrs. Me Clellan desired to light a fire-cracker, aod In attempting to Ignite It from tho lamp, tho cracker went oft and tho lamp exploded, setting oil the threo bottles, which exploded with fear, ful effect, scattering glass evcrywheic. The house took Are as did also tho clothing of Mr. and Mrs. McCIcllan and Miss Berry. McCIcllan was badly burned and his wife dangerously her clothing burned from her body. Miss Berry Is probably fatally Injured by flying glass and splinters. A piece of glass penetrated McCIell an's leg so that It could not be extracted, Window panes were torn out and pieces of glass Imbedded In the walls. Crime ami Criminal. Four Italians were stabhod in an affray In New York on Christmas day. At amatinco ball In Baltimore, Christ mas eve, Charles Miller stmt Martin Wright fa tally. Both aro young men, A man named Koostors has been hold for tho murder of Oscor Hnmincr, a barkeeper lu Omaha, on Christmas morning. By it collision at a crossing In Now Jersey, Dee, 10, a locomotlvo and two cars nnd a signal station were wrecked, A fireman was killed. W. Robert Jones who murdered th threo Walker boys on tho 29th of Nov. lit Aber dcen, Miss., lias been arrested near Tuscaloosa, Alabama. A family row at ilelonwood, near Chattanooga, Tenn., Dec. 24th, resulted In the shooting of six men, threo of whom at latest reports were dead. At tho Ohio Valloy comont mill near Jeffersonvllle, lnd., Dec. 20th, white and color ed workmen had a row, In which, Henry Mltchsll, colored, was killed. The total amount of funds for the re llet of the Michigan Are sufferers, raised In Cbl cago, Is $13,000, besides a large amount of clothing aud other supplies, Early on tho morning of Doo. 20th htllu Strlcs in Philadelphia cut his wife' throat and then attempted to drown himself. Th ! woirnti's condition Is dmgerous. Sttl s Is ider arrest During n riot among homo railroad laborers nt New burgh, N. Y., on Christmas night one Italian was shot and nn Irishman fatally stabbed. The military was called out and six Italians were arrested. At Fort Worth, Duo. 22d, Win, It. Raynor, United States Deputy Collector of In ternal Revenue, s'-ot dead John Morris, ono of the best known sportsmen In the southwest, In quarrel over n courtesan. Raynor stirrer. dcrcd. James W. Miller, ono of tho Catllsh, (Pa.) robbers, sentenced last August to seven years In tho penitentiary, escaped Dec. 22d by secreting himself In n box supposed to contain toots and shoes. The box was loaded with others on a wagon. When near the suspension bridge he Jumvd from the box and ran up the river bank. A liorriblo crimo -was committed at Ashland, Ky., on the evening of December 23d, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Gibbons who reside near that town, left nt homo a fourtccn-ycar old daughter, Miss Emma Thomas, seventeen years old, odd their sou Robert Gibbous. During the night villains came to tho house, outraged both girls, saturated their clothing with oil, ret flro to the house, and killed young Gibbons, who was attempting to glvo tho alarm. All three of the dead had their heads spilt open with a hatchet. A domestic tragedy occurred at Wiv verly, Neb., Dec. 22d. by Mr. Travlswiioli.nl neon nben' In the mountains three years. His wife supported tho family by clerking In a drug store midkccplng thu postollice. She w as said by inose Knowing ncr nest to have been an excellent woman In every respect. Travis re turned some weeks ngo, when a meddlesome neighbor told ugly stories but peace was reslnr cd. Dec. 22ml Tiavls ferociously assaulted hi wife, giving live wounds with a butcher knife nnd then cut his own throat. The woman may not die. Travis lu little hurt and Is lu Jail. Dr. II. llosonhnucr.a prominent phy stiian, was assassinated nt his residence nine tulles from Pine llluir, Arkansas, an the even ing of December 24th. The assassin fired through a window, lodging fifteen buckshot In the victim's body. A Chlncao laundryman, named Lee Chow, Is suspected. The latter had lately married Estella Smith, n beautiful but Ignorant girl. Soon after tnclr marrljge Chow and wife left Little Rock nnd settled In Dr. Roscnbanir'a neighborhood, and an IntI macy sprang up between tl.o doctor and tho Chinaman's wife, and sbo left her husband and took up herretldci.ee at tho doctor's house. Chow, however, persuaded her to return to Lit- tlo Rock with him. The doctor followed, ac cusing the woman of stealing money ami other valuables. Ho became very violent and abusive, and was arrested and fined In the no tice court, when ho Immediately left the city aim returned homo wherchc was assassinated Thu Doctor was n Prussian, but went to Arkan sas from Areola, Md,, where he has a famllv Icmh I'roiu Alirotul. JKKI.ANI). Tho proposed exhibition of Irish man ufaetuers has fallen through, owing to ndls, ptlte between Dublin nnd Belfast in regard t royal patronage. It Is denitd that Pamcll lias been removed from Kllmalnhaui. Resolutions were adopted condemning Wayland act as nd mli.lstered and demanding a compensation aud purchase by the State. Bigger, Saxton, Lalor, O'Connor nud O'Donncll, members of Parlla ment, have Issued an address expressing deep gratitude- lor services rendered by the Ladles' I.aud League. Tho Privy Council havo decided to proclaim In Dublin u new law, making It Illegal topos, ecss arms without a license. Catholic priests aro circulating in Ireland copies of BIshopNul ty'a litter to the priests of the Heath dlociso stating that the laud Is the common projwrty oi an. SPAIN. A largo meeting resolved to ask tho government to remove the ast vestiges of slavery lu tho Antlllas, Tho confession mado by a postofllco clerk has led to tho discovery ot a gang of thieves nnd forgers who need tho contents of stolen letters so as to procuro money by forg ing acceptances. Five thousand letters were stolen. Tho clerk when nrrcstcd had on clothes made cxprettly to conceal the plunder, Sixteen personswere arrested, Including several conncctel with thu postollice. Ono hundred valuablo letters, directed to Important firms in Madrid, were found In the houses of his nccom pllces. Many arrests have been ordered throughout Spain. ENGLAND. llov, John Davlos, on Christmas day, In the Chapel Royal of St, James' Palace, 6ald "Ono of tho events for which the present year will be memorable Is tho appearanco of tho revised New Testament. Tlio eager demand for tho work among tho Anglo-Saxon commu nity, was an exceptional event lu history, The greatness of the future of nations belongs to the Republic of the United States, and It Is thcro where tho work was awaited with tho most universal Impatience." The Mormon mission nrles held a conference In London on Christmas, They proposed to take converts to Utah early In 1 8S2. Fifteen hundred converts have been made since August, Soino of the elders will remain In England to proselyte. OKItMANY. Emigration from Germany promises to bo more colossal In 18S2 than In 1881. Four teen thousand tickets bavo already becu taken for transportation on vessels leaving Bremen for the United States. The Fate of a Government Clerk. Tho Jnnuary part of Mrs. Ilurnott' now serial stoiy, "Through Ono Admin istration," now appearing, in The Ccn tury, contains I ho following sketch of tho dubious tonuro pf a Government clork: Arbuthnot had como In later than usual, aud had appeared to bo in an unusual mood. Ho was palo when he entered, nnd had no joBtlng speouh to mako. IIo took his soat by Bortlm, and replied to hor romarks with but littli) of his customary animation, now and then lapsing into sllenco as if ho had forgotten his surroundings, llurtha seoincd inclined to let his humor pass without notieo, as If It was not oxiietly a now experience, but Richard com mented upon it. "Something hns gono wroiifr," ho said. "What Is It, Larry?" "Nothing has gono wrong," Arbuth not answered, with a short, ohcorloss laugh. "I hare soon a ghost, that Is all." "A ghost!" said Bertha, In a low Volco, and then sat silent, guarding hor faco from tho liro with hor favorlto po acock-feather Boreen. . Ilia I.HMt Hose. Bald a suffcicr from ktdnev trouble when asked to try Kldney-Wori for a remedy. "I'll try It but it will be my last dose." It cured him and now he recommends It to all, If you have ills- oruerou urine, uon" i ran to uy , lotmiama GU1TEAU. Washington, Dec. 21. Gulteau c.ime hit" court tbl morning, appm-ntly under some strong excitement. Col. Charles Read ti ok n teat by his side, and whispered soimtYngto nun. tiuiteau, siriKi g ino lame violently, ne- gan to txpo tuiatc, sayirg, "i won't ii any thing of tho kind." At this point Scovllle whispered some expostulation when uultcau angrily said to hlms "I won't have you compromise my caso by your fooling questions. You must get oil my cask If vou can't stori pomDromlsInc It." a wiiisicrcii cnnsuitnuoii uciwccn ine niree above mentioned seemed to result In pacifying the prisoner, who looked with a smlla and said, "l was going to maxe n speech, out i nave changed my mind, and I gucs I won't do It." He then bulcd himself in opening his mail, re marking, "This Is the first time 1 have oiiened mv mall mvself for some time." it. ineo. i lamomi, oi Aiimirn, .i. who had been summoned for the detente ami re tained bv the proectltlon, was called to the stand Witness believed that, luddng bv the evidence to which lie had listened, Including that of the prisoner himself, and from the ap pearance nuil conduct of the prisoner., he Is a sane man. The hyothctlcA! que Inns 'put to Dr. Woostcr tpslfi'av were tin.i riad to wit ness, and lie lunlled: "I should say ho was sane." Scovlllo asked how oM a pliyslcl n ought to up oeiore nu coum uistinguisn nciweeii u sane ninl Insane man) The Diwtor said lie himself was not old cnoush to so distinguish. Hmicau nroKc m wun n compliment to the witness, and caned the audition ot me nihil- encp. Ouitcnu I opened my mall mjself this morn lug. (holding ti twenty or more letters), prett) cood mall too. and from Mill toned tieonfo to ,. They are beginning to think better of mo out siiie. iiign toned lames are terninj ir mv autosraph. th v think I'm a big man. but'l don't enro n snap whether I'm n big luin cr a iiino one. The prisoner busied himself reading h's let ters and soon broke out again saving, "V ell, 1 did not tiotlic before, ladles ami gintltutn, 1 have n letter from Dr. Spitzka. He snys bu re ceived 210 letters cnncTiitulatlnuhim on his tev tlinnny and only two tlirpatcnlngoiie. Pretty good showing I tliliih', When .ho came on hen for nothing mid did not get n cent, whllu these fellows nro lmndonn'lv paid by the, Govern incut. Ilero'6 another from Mr. llealtv" ludire Cox Will, that will do prisoner, we have not tlmo to listen lo the reading of your u iirctvmiciKC. uuueau u right, sir. After rcccs thu witness wan asked If he thought it would Ih' any Indication of IniMiilty mi man oi iniiiuri' years, who noncMiv hiiiev ml ho as Inspired to kill the Piesldinl of the U lted States, mid who honestly believed when I nt motives were known to the people tbev would not onlv excuse but nnidaud Ids net. he replied! "If he honirtly believed that and his will was dominated bv that conviction, It would bean Indie lion ot Insanity. Scovllle Do vou believe in inspiration! Answer well, not sK-elJlly. (inllcail Well, ilnelnr. If Cr1 pnnl.l Intnl... n nun 2,000 years ngo, why could ho not do so now ) ScoUlle I've no ohleetlon (n votir oiimvit Inn, doctor. Thu question was read over again, and the witness replied, "If tho Lord did Inspire nnv IkhV 2,000 years ago, Ho can now, If its ehooics." Gulteau That's mv Idea, tfo not nulv run. but did In till eiicc. During a greater part of the -iflcrnoon Gul teau was engaged In writing an article for pub lication and apparently paid littlu heed to the progress of the trial. When the witness was excused Gulf can .exclaimed: "These experts may bo all high toned, honorable fciitlrnien, but my opinion Is thov hang more than the doctors kill. General Garth-Id would bo nllvi to-day, but for the doctors. Thuv completed what my shot began. The Lord Intended he should go, and so'let the doctors kill htm." Wltncjs Shaw was called, when Gulteau shouted! "Here's the man that told that lie. Nchavevour record. Shaw. fr..in NYn-. Tenor. where the Judiro said you ought to belli the penitentiary." Witness was asVed If he had liecn Indicted for perjury. Ho replied that he 1 ad. A stormv di alogue ensued. Witness was finally aliowul to eiuiun ii. ii arose irom n misappreueiision and he was acquitted by the Jury. ccuvinu Kiuu nonce io enawinai no iuut de fend his character, as four witnesses would te tlfr pntitr.irlH-. Adfnnrnr.1 t Washington, Dec. 23. U;ion tho opening of yuuri uimi-auui-sireii io no nearu, and without any show of excitement silds "It Is said that I have been abusing Scovllle. Now, tho fact ot mc iiuuieriK, i wnni, io iiihko a speech noo'it Hint. H'-nvllli, I. .1,,!., TiM' ti'ntl In llita ........ considering tils theory, but ho Is not n criminal lawyer, no is a 11110 examiner ot titles. lie can tell VOU nil nhdllt vnur nlnrnr.ta i.f (111.. i nu b u L'l ii leiiiiMr flnn iMfr piiika rvnm nor r titles, butl cannot havo Scovllle hero compro- iiuiiiib in i-uM-, mere is no lawyer in this Court-room but knows that hn Ima ntl.-. ed a question of tho defense which has been a posttlvo Injury to tho defense. I canuot sit hero when a life Is at staku and hfvc mm compromise my case In tills way. My r.i...... I, I. . 1 , 1 ...... .-' . .iiviiii, .iiuiii-b m-t-u, wihi was loriweivo years I) Strict Attorney nt Chlr.if.ii. ninl h tlriLxlnta lawyer, has very kindly nssuited to nssume charge of the cjbc, and I Introduce him to your ..uMvi, mwiuij Dim iuu tuuuricaii people, nu Is n ITOOd fellow. Scovllle Is n rrnn,l fell nu-. Ino nud I want him to continue lu flic casaand help In every way. Scovlllo Immediately nrobo to make a Dertonal exnlanatlnn. slntlnn- tin. ,il(ii. cullies under which liu had labored nnd his iiisappoiLimciit nt not receiving the assistance no nan expected irom certain eminent counsel, Ho ns'itcd If tho court Would nisa unon thn urn, pnety of Reed assumlu;; tho nctlve duties ot usMicimu counsel ill wis ease. Judgo Porter thought It would bo out of place lor tho court to ha aikcd to rulo on sjch proposition, and, siK-aklng for the prose cution, promised no objection to Heed and no criticism of his course lu becoming counsel for th defense. Judeu Cox -"1 think that suflk-Ieut I hnvn privately stated that I saw no objection to such u course ou Reed's part." Corkhill It Is absurd to talk about it, Reed has been assisting all the way through ut,d has inn uccii oui. oi Hgui oi ine court room, lleed (quickly) That Is not true, Mr. Cork- uuiivmi wu, vuiHiuu iuu b veil iuu iruin any way I Reed has quietly assisted Just In tho interest of truth and Justice; that is what wo n..un,.. nu .l.i.iu t. .... .. . ...... uru uero lur. Corkhill was about to call a witness when Gulteau broke out excitedly i "There's a vast amouut of rubbish getting into this caso that nas nothing to do wita It. 1 want to know what all this has got to do with my mind on July 2d! You can't tell what Is going on now In th'it foreman's mind or Ju go Cox's; how can you tell what was In mine on the 2d ot July I AH this nonreuso uhout whether I am Insane, Hon or was years ago, has nothing whatever to do wim mis case.-- Binning ine tame, and grow Ine moro nnd more excited, heemitliipilt rr T can't feet Justice here. I exiect an act of (lnd for my protection. Ho lias taken away tho wife of ono ot tho Jurors, for which I am sorry, audit necessary he will tako ono of those Jur ors right out of tho box to save my tfiu In the interest of rielit and tustlee. Bcovillo explained lu regard to the letter of Spltzka, opuv.li! and commented on yesterday by Gulteau. Ho s .owed that tho letter was ail- dressed to mm (Bcovillo), and not to tho pris oner. Ho knew It would bo commented nn In itio prosecution that Dr. Spltzka had written to a man ho said under oath was Insane, and he, (Scovllle) desired tho court and Jury should uuuciDinuu iubi, nun IIUCCUIICII, Wm. A Edwards, cleric In tho oillco of Bhaw. said he overheard a conversation lu which Gulteau told Bhaw he would kill some big mau some day. as Booth did. This contradict ml Shaw's testimony that nobody was present at the Interview, but witness maintained his state, mcnts as correct, Tho prisoner tried to Involve witness In a fraudulent real estate transaction, Gulteau sneered and Scovllle tried to quiet him. Gulteau retorted. "I know what I nm doing I'll tako my chanco on letting tho iMiim aii lil, rpi.lS !,,l,nln M.. I. .. Il,. ii- ,uun.. .lite nnviu iuiiiu i.i, ii ju counsel take It too seriously. It, Ii. n lie. 1,-t I go, This fellow ten 3 ears ago was a eleik on $8 n week, 1 daro sav 1 would eonitult him on a big real estate transaction such a numbskull as tills lellow, it Is absurd, and Judge Cox ounht to kick him oil tho stand." Dr. It. Talcott, medical expert fromMIddlo- umii, iii i , iiuu iieitieii over unu luuuaauu in satio persons! had observed Gulteau closelv and assuming- lie told tho truth regarding tho shooting aud his life, should say that he was sane on July 2, Same answer to hypothetical question. "How much do you expect to get for that onlnlonl" shouted Gulteau. "You've been hero two or three weeks; I suppose you'll waut $500 (sinning me lauio angrily j, uut i uou'i care a snap for your expert testimony i I don't care If you uniiK in nu sucn witnesses." Judtre Cox demanded nult. "All right, your honor, I'll bo quiet now." Davldge "Your honor will please notlco the ag ncy quoted oy prisoner operates all right now, as he can keeD oulet when ho desires." Gulteau "I don't pretend I'm Insane now any more than you arc, but on tho second of July and thirty days before, I waa Insane, that's the Issue." ' ' Davldge "Then If you are sane now, you cer tainly know how tn lielmvn vnuraelf." Gulteau "I do and I behave just as well aa you, I appear nsmy own counsel, and have n much right to talk as you. You havo nltogi titer too much to say hi tins can-. You nro as hadna men Imrn with tho diarrhea. Now, you kee.) quiet." Witness did not believe the prisoner acted under an ln.me delusion when tie shot thu President. If by Inspiration was meant n hap py thought lo commit thu net, then lie was lu spired, but in any other sense lie wasn't. Dr. He ry P. Stearns, Superintendent of the Hartford Itclrcat for the Insati-, was the next witness. From WX) to 1,000 cases of insanity had como under tils supervision during the t'.g' t years lie lias been connected with the 'Rctmii." Witness had made four examinations of the prisoner at the Jail directed to his physical nnd mcntiil condition. Gultenit Interrupted, saying, "You camo to doctor mo at a friend, and t, supposing you were go ng to testify for the defense, talcdk very freely with vou about mv religious feel ings and all about mj self, but Corkhill's money wns too much for you, I want to say hero that I don't pretend tbAt I nm any more Insano nt this minute than Mr. Davldge Is. I won't sav Corkhill, for I believe ho Is cracked laughter, but I rest my rase right on thH claim i that 1 wasliisaiioonthc2dof July when my Inspira tion and thu stato of my mind Impelled me upon the President. I mako it short ; that's all there Is about It. I don't care what these cx (icrts sav about my sanity now; that's got nothing to do with It. Wltnes detailed at grcatlenalh the rcults of his examinations nnd Interviews with Gulteau. Pending tho cross-examination, court ad journed until to-morrow. Wasiiinhtos-, D. a, Dcc.2-1. Col, Heed, Sco vllle nud J. W. Gulteau were lu consultation half an hour before t c opening of court. Di. Stearns look thcMard and Scovllle ro sinned the cro's-cxnmlnatlon relative to the var ious forms of Insanity. Witness tinted that the faculty ot the memi.ry first shows Impairment In mod, nil the loim of Insanity. Scovllle asked, "Do you agree with ilia last witness that Insanity l nUvnyntm outward man ifestation of n dieased binlnl" Judge Potter objected toll.o form of tliequcs Hon, and lii'IMcil that the defense oh'erve the same rulethc prosecution had adhered to of lit tlngeaeli witness testify as to wl.nt be knew, and i.nt found In argument upon defe iifi'. Gulteau You arc getting riled, Porter. Scovlllo - 1 must say Judge 1'oiter can mak more of nothing thuunnv man 1 ever iret. After somu further qui stloii' relative to Drain dlcaH, Scovllle nski-il, "Is It Ir e that such iIIhmm'S can alwnj s I t- delected by examination of tli.it organ I" Ans. I cmi onlynnswer that thcie bavclK'cii casetot brain dlto.isc where, after death, no hi'-mii uniiu as iieieeieu. Witr.u-13 Wns uhout to rtiake further nbrnrvn. Hons Just as Fcovllle proposed n question. Judup Porter (to witless) liu on, 1) dor, nud tlnlsli your answer, Sco lllc Well, hold on a minute. We would llkulokuow who In conducting Hits examina tion; you or It 1 urter I n'minu Ihecouit Is conducting this trial, and to thu court 1 shall always mmeal fur the enforcement of thu nilesof practice. The witness Is one of Hie most noted scientists of this country, and ou must notattempt to treat mm ns inousn nu were your s.-noouioy. l win not permit it. Scovlllo with some warmth Well, lit us see iilmut It, Mr. Judge Porter. uuueau chimed In with a lilt nt Porter, but without ralsliiu his eves from thu nainnldet which he protended to lead, but n broad grin overspread bis features. rtsti;e witness wasahout to retire (iulleau said! 'Allow inn to ask If you hold an opinion that n man cannot ha Insane In u etiei'llli- net. without having a dlfe.ised brain!" pcoviiio assented to the ques.tlon nnd witness rc pi tul: Insanity meant dlM-nse ot the brain. Gulteau asked another question but Judge Porter suggested to witness that he hold no lollcqur with tho criminal. Gulteau, angrily "I am no crimlnat any more than you are, I'm hero n my own coun sel nnd I have as much right to peak na vou have. Walt till I am convicted before you "pall me n criminal. 1 stand a great deal hotter out. side than you do. Plenty of people will say I'm a bigger man than old Porter." Corkhill suggested that If this nbitso wns per mltted tho prosecution must Insist that the prisoner bo remanded to the dock. Judge Cox The Court li.ii already considered tlio ndvlmblllty of such a course. Gulteau Tlie Court has no discretion In the matter. I appear as my own couucl, In accord nucn with law and us ago In every Stato lu thu country. Tho incident was evidently not without effect upon tho prisoner, who realizes now that hn has boldly asserted that hu ts perfectly rune, and that ho will ho held amenable to tluinmo rules of belavlor as otheis. lie seemed to enjoy greatly tho storm of angry words. Judgo Cox Interrupted with n few smooth words, and Iho examination proceeded fonietlmu without incident. Dr. Strong, of Clevcliud, who vlnlted Gulteau In his cell, was about to testify, when Gulteau said! "Doct r, let mo rut this story short by saying that I'm In as good physical condition as vou are." Judge Porter demanded tho Interference of thu Court to stjp tho prisoner's Interup Hons. Scovlllo demane'ed that Porter should make some proiHisttlon, lustead of making speeches to tho Jury. Porter (excitedly) You havo Insulted a dis tinguished witness, an l now assume to dlctatu the management of our case. Gulteau shouted back at Porter, wiillo tho latter was most Impressively addressing tho Court, and neither could be heard. Judgu Cox securing bllcnce, btated that while ho old not desire to act hastily, ho bhoulil punish the pris oner for contempt if he again transgressed tho bounds of propriety. Gulteau said ho did not appear as un ordinary irlmliinl, hutns his own counsel. Heed tried to get a categorical answer from tho witnos on tho hypothetical cac, nnd n s harp colloquy between lteed and Porter en sued. Gultuau Interjected, "Porter, you've got a mouth llku an old cattish. You'll bring up In a lunatic asylum yet," lie soon after informed the witness tbat ho was thu stuptdcit nnuy t; and ns lie stepped down said, "Now go an J get your $500 and go home." Dr. Ahram Show, superintendent of tlio Con necticut hospital for thu Insane, had observed Gulteau in jail and to thu court room, and had formed tlio opinion that ho was sane, Gulteau "Sane now nud Insane July 2." Ho thought ho was sanu July 2. After recess Reed conducted the cross-examination of witness. Gulteau Interrupted once and with some ex citement said i " 1'hese experts may nil be vefy honorblu men, but 1 don't earn a snap for their testimony. I wouldn't glvo a cent for a bushel of It whether for mo or against me." Judge Cox "Bo quiet, prisoner, you have promised to keep quiet," Gulteau "All right Judge, but I wanted to gut that Idoi lieforo tho Jury," Witness stated that he did not think that tho prisoner had been acting a part or feigning In court. He thought that ho had been acting ac cording to bin natural characteristics. Dr. Orpheus Evart3, superintendent of pri vate asylum at College Hill, Ohio, was called. Ho says there Is no uniformity of his head cither as regards slzo or form, thu expression of thu face, while some Indication la no sure Indi cation lu determining the sanity or Insanity ot a person. Witness had examtued tho prisoner It: Jail and conversed with him and had closely watched his conduct during tho trial nnd had formed an oplulou that thu prisoner on tho sccoud of July was sane. Objection was made by Scovlllo and overruled and exception noted. Gulteau This Is nil rubbish, all this Is non sense. To prove that I am sane now has no thing to do with tho 2d of July, Theeo experts havo seen mo since tho trial began. I don't claim now, and dtdu't claim when they saw me. to bo Insane; consequently they assume that I was eano on tlio 2d of July. It Is all nonsense. Upon cross-examination witness stated! "I did not helluva tho prisoner was shamming In tho sense of feigning lnsinlty. I do not believe htm U) bo sincere, but I do not think ho has boon feigning Insanity In court. Mrs. Seovlllu tooK tho stand. Mr, Scovillo stated that ho desired t ask tier n few questions now, as owing to sickness In their family It was necessary for her to return homo at once. Shu identified a letter written by her father In 1857.' In which he said. "Charles is crttzv, and shou d bo In nn asylum." lyorkiuu uesireii, as aionuay win no a legal holiday, to havo an adjournment till Tuesday, which was so ordered, and thu court then ad journed to that time. Wabiiikotos, Dee. 27. Thu court was densely packed to-day. Uion reaching his seat Gulteau looked around smilingly and sal 1 : "I had a nice Christmas dinner, and hope everybody else did. I bad lots of fruit, flowers and lady vis itors, and bad a good tlmo generally," Dr. A. E. McDonald, Superintendent ot Ward's Island Insano Hospital, testified that during his practice bo bad had 0,000 cases of Insanity. The witness stated tho difference between "delusions" and "Insane delusions," the ono being subject to correction bv tho Judgment and senses. Thq latter not being correctable, and tor that reason Is do-noi.-.luatrd as an Insane delusion, also Illusions and hallucinations giving illustrations from hts own experience, lie believed, Judging from experience, that the claim of Inspiration fre quently resorted to by insano persons proceed ed from a eourco of hallucination or lusauo delusions nITcctliig tho semes. Witness was then asked If any person's netlon tinder n claim of "Inspiration" wolld Indlcato It any other way than by their assertions, nnd he replied! "Their actions and behavior would Indlcato It ns well ns their assertions. To lllustrato It, n person claiming to be Jesus Christ and acting under ni Inspiration, clothed himself llko tlio Saviour, gavo nway his property and slept out of doors because, tho Bavlour 'Had not where to lay his head." Witness was asked If such per sons would feet any apprehension of bodily In jury or would take any precautions to guard against danger. He replied tho "Inspiration" always overrides all fear of bodily pain or in Jury, and renders tho person who believes ho Is acting under Inspiration wholly oblivious to such considerations. Witness was asked If such persons usually planned with deliberation, and replied! "On tho contrary, their acts aro sudden In lioth conception and execution, as a rule, nnd they seldom attempt to avoid conse quences In nuv wnv." Wltnsss thought a tier son acting under Inspiration to commit certain deeds would not lie lictcrrcd from the commis sion of that act through any consideration of personal harm to other persons, Gulteau "Oh, you are talklrgnbout canks now, I don't belong to that school." Witness visited (luiliMii In the prison and ex amtticiMilui on the main Incident? of Ids life, including the nssaslnatlon, which the prisoner called "my conception." Wltncssaskt it him If the act was GoiI'b why tic didn't leave the de tails to the Almighty and not practice with tho pl-itol. The' prisoner flushed llko nnd said, "The Al mighty often leaves the details to his agents.' The ptl'onersald regarding his future plans, tbiitwhllo ho wasn't insane hn had studied up Insanity and believed the jury would find that hu w-its legally Insane July 2d nnd would acquit him; that ho would goto the Insane asylum, and after a few months the commission of lu nacy ivould pass on his ease, find him snno of lOurse and discharge lilni. Witness believed Gulteau n jierfoctly sanu man. Witness then proceeded nt some length to give reasons for his opinion, using tho ex pression, "I havo frequently noticed that his most violent Interruptions have liecn made wheu the weight of evidence lias becu ngalnst him." Counsel for defense objected Hint witness was u.Miri.Ing the functions of Iho Jury, who nlono could pins upon tho fact thai the evidence Was for or ngalnst. thu prlslnr.tr. iho court over ruled the objection and exception wns noted by the defence. Gulteau, who had kept unusually quirt nil through the mornlntr, hero mldrcs'etl tho wit ness (spp-iklng without nnv show nt excitement) "ou nto tnaMng a gr nt ado about nothing, dor-tor. I don't pretend that I am insane. Now tell us what you know nliout Abraham. 'Get your money and go homo." Mitiicis, continuing, closely analyzed Iho conduct and remarks of tha prisoner during the trial, and concluded lie had been playing a part ever shuo thu first day. Gulteau Well you see, doctor, Corkhill has corrupted thn rest of them. "Evil conmiuiilea entlons. you know, corrupt good manners." The llrnt hypothetical question ot the prose cution was read, end an objection wns mailu by thu defense to the elausu "Assume that I o rals el an ax to his sister, which ne t the prisonur himself denies," em thu ground thattliu witness could not be asked to pass upon the hypotheti cal question containing; two propwsitfons din metrically opposite. After thn nrgi'incnt to tlio Court In sustain ing the objection, tho prosecution modified their question, and In a modified form It was put to the witness. Hu replied! "I Lellcvo the person to have been sanu." Objection to the question, and tho reply was noted by thu defense. After lyeest, Dr. McDonald again took the stand. Gulteau, who had Just taken his K'at, looked over to the Jury and nald: 'The ex perts nro doing llils bushiest with a good deal of pjrrot-llliti talk. Dr. .McDonald deviated somewhat f.'om the courso pursued by the rest of them. I deem It but Ju lee to mjself In say I did not say to li m I had examined the law til relation to tills matter." Corkhill then read n second hypothetical qucstlo I, upon which Gulteau commented en imps am wun sucn expressions a, "That b ab Witness answered "Asmnilnir llin fnrta ,.t forth to be true, and adding that statement to thuothcrs, it strengthens mvopnlon that tho man was sane on Iho 2d of July. Exception to question and answer was noted by defense. Col. Iteud examined the witness at length with n view of showing that the acts and con duet ot thu prNonsr were not Inconsistent with tho theory of Insunlty, Tbo witness admitted that Insano persons aro moro liable to bo Judged f auo than sanu persons to be Judged Insane. Scovllle questioned witness relative to symp toms nnd causes ol Insanity. Witness stnled that insanity Is tho result of a diseased bratu. Being asked, "Aro you not confounding causo and effect cannot unusual excitation of emo tion or excessive worry and euro overturn tbo reason and cause dlseaso of tho brain!" admit ted that such might be the case with some nual Ucntlon. Ho Said! "Wo learn that tho brain Is diseased from the evidence of unsoundness of mind and from physical Indications." Pendl ig further cross-examination, tho court adjourned. Wahiiisoton, Dec. 28. Dr. McDonald ngaln took the stand this morning, and was cross cxamlucd by Scovillo. Witness w.i3 usktd If bo was not discharged for granting a falsu certificate of health to Wil liam M. Tweed, when tlio latter was confined in thopenltcntlary, nnd repllid! "I never gave rvvced a certificate of health or 111 health, and I was never discharged from any position In my life." Dr. Randolph Barksdale, superintendent of thu Central Iunatlu asylum, near Richmond, a , visited the prisoner at tho jail. He bad also closely observed lilin In court, and from his personal observation was of tho opiuion that lio was sane. Witn ss didn't bellevo the Deity ever Inspired him to kill a fellow creature, and any one who labored undir such an nsauo delusion would shvw it In acts if not by words. Answering hypothetical questions, ho said thu prisoner was undoubtedly Bauo. cScovlllo excepted nnd Gulteau Interspersed his remarks. Scovlllo made sharp crosa-examl-uatloii. Allusion was made to an lueldcnt, when Gul teau commented contemptuously! "Oil, uon ?sii6e. that nxe story Is the merest fiction. It's all rubbish." And shortly afterwards: "Doc tor, jou mu6t tell us something about Abra ham and wo will let you go." Witness also testified be believed Gulteau to bo unfelgning In eourt. Witness believed taking as true, tho facts set forth In the two hypothetical questloin of prosecution, that thu prisoner was sane when ho shot tho President, nr. John it, ualleiidar, or Nashville, Tenn., Supcilendentof Statu Asylum for tho lueaiio, had given special attention to tho study of In- mm Kiiuu rin-i-iui tiui-ui-iou io ino ciutiy OI 111- saulty tbo past 'wclvo years. Had teen about two thousand cases since his connection with the Tennessee asylum. Witness visited tlio ytkoner In Jail, and also closely observed hlin llurt, aud believed him perfectly sane. reeesB Scovlllo put tho hypothetical Kmun ivineii umuraccn iuu clause, "suppose prisoner behoved himself to bo a partner Jesus Christ." idgo Poitcr protested against the Question lasiihcmous. and It would be a disgrace to a rtof lusttco and to a Christian nation to otv 1 to be enterlnlned for a moment. SeovHlo replied that If no allusion could bo ado to what was claimed by thu prisoner to un aiiuaung inouve or n.uucnco mat led to i act, then tho whole defense, wuuld bu wined away at a siuglu stroke. Judge Porter proceeded to Insist upon his vlaw,nl declared that tho tlmo ha i como when ltlionuinn ot the American people and onbe lllf ot the Government lu thu federal Court, he (lemid It his duty to demand Hint tlio prts Mcr bu remanded to the dock, Gulteau (spitefully) Oh, you do, you blg-mUi-d Porter! i'hweourt olllelals sitting behind tho prisoner attempted to quiet hlin, when he- whirled around und snarled at ono of them, "Well, you mind your business or I'll bhip you lu thu mouth, you fool you." Ujidgu i'oitur continued his remarks and Gut h again Interrupted him and shouted out, "msll you I ad better mind your bu'tocss." J udgo Porter- That Is my business here t i-day, nnd your honor, I must now lutlst upon uy mo tion of Saturday that tho prisoner bo removed to tho dock. Scovlllo arose to hpcuk, when Judgo Cox said; "Let mo know first It the counsel desires to be heard upon tho motion to remove the prisoner to the dock!" Judge Davtdgo then proceeded to speak to the motion. Ho believed the time had como when every ono present was satisfied tlio prisoner vas perfectly sanu In respect to his behavior, and untenable to tho samu rules as other prisoners, In the case of Gen. Sickles, who was tried tu this court for murder, the Judge refused to do- naiuiiuiu mo iiiir, Himuutju uu uo n uistiu- gulshed lawyer and u member- of Congress nt ine time, anu ne sat in tue prisoners)' uock dur ing his trial. Scovillo said he would assent to anv nronosl tlou which might ho deemed necessary, No one had suffered more than he had from the prisoner's behavior. UUIH.U UJJWIIU Ull, ll O UVMIWD you are a Jackass ou thin case. If I bad decent l..in.. ninH.niln,.lirAll lit. fotiiiciv iniso!" "mat iello shows n lie;" "That Is all rubbish;" "It h nobody's business where I got the money;" "I did not kill hlin, the doctors killed him." rtr. ' counsel I shouldn't have any occasion for re marks. You aru doing well enough on your tlicory,lut your theory Is altogether too nar row. You haven't got brains enough for this cose. Col. Reed denied tho assumntlon that the prisoner's sanity had been established. No human knowledge could fathom tho workings of an Insano mind, and humanity would dictate If n rcsontble doubt should exist that leniency bo extended toward him. He thought admoni tion from tbo court would suffice. Corkhill Insisted upon removal of the pris oner to tho dock nnd removal from around him of the special policemen who were not regular attaches of the court that he should be kept In the dock with no other special protection than is necorded any other prisoner. Gulteau, trembling with anger or apprehen sion, shouted out. "You want to shoot mo ,dO you, Corkhill! You can't convict me, so you want to get mc'shot. You might as well hang me up outside and tell tho mob to shoot at uic. I toll rim fr.iUlm' his voire almost fo a shriek) God Almighty would eurso you If I was put In tliat dock and shot, you miserable wretch you." Scovllle with much feeling protested against tho proposition o tlio District Attorney, which could not bo understood by any ono ai other than an Invitation to all who heard It to shoot the prisoner If opportunity afforded. Alter a most impressive rguinent by Judgo Porter, In which he repelled thu reflection of counsel for the defense upon tbc District Attor ney, Judgo Cox gavo his opinion, stating that no certain means could have bcn taken tbat would not have abridged his constitutional rights. Whereas It hail been deemed, and he thought rightly, that prisoner's behavior and utterances would be tho best means of deter mining his mental condition, lie ordered tho prisoner removed to the dock, which was then done. i ho prisoner having been placed In the dork and quiet having been restored Judge Portir said ! "It Is to borne In mind that the chimera which seems to haunt the prisoner has no founda tion, Hu Is In nodangcr except from th hang man's roic end so longas theotllccrs of the law stand beside hlin no man w II Imperil thai t lllccr In the dlschnrgo ot his duly by firing n shot at the prisoner." (Applause.) Tue Court directed the Marshal to pine the prisoncrwherc he could havo a full view of tho witness. Prisoner (from tbo dock) I nm doing very well her . if your honor pleae, It Is only a confession of thu prosecution's weakness. I would not hi afraid to go nil over Washington alone, or New York or Boston. Thunder that broadcast. God Almighty will curse Iho prosc ciitlflti. Tnku tlmo ou tills, Corklnll, You are having your way for n lew minutes, but God grinds slow but sure. You havo got ho case, and you know It Corkhill stated that lie hail nlwaj s been op posed to having extra guards mound tho pris oner. JIo believed In nl owing him to stand trial llko any other man, nud lie never thought that Gulteau was In danger. Scovllle. sncerlngly "You must think every body Is going to miss like Bill Jones." Tho prisoner hero broke In with an expression of satisfaction with his present position, end thanking his honor for moving him there. Cross-cxiunlnation was then icsuincd, and Porter's objection to Scovlllc's question, ns sumh'g that Gulteau Is n brother to Jesus Christ, on the ground of its being lrrevcrant and bias phrmous, wns overruled. Porter i solemnly) As this caso will be his torical, as our exceptions nru utterly unavailing, nnd as we cnu In no casu under the law appeal. In belinlf of tho American Government and those they represent, I protest against this de cision passing Into precedent. Prisoner Sit down, Porter, and rest for the afternoon. Reed "There Is evidence to sustain Scovlllc's question produced by Judge Porter Inthelettcr which Porter himself rend to thu Jury, written by the. prisoner In ISO.", and addressed to the Oacliki Community. Tho prisoner claimed to bo In the employ ot Joins Christ A: Co. Porter Neither Introduced nor read bv me. The witness then replied that he should not consider Itnn Insano delusion for a man to pro fess himself ns a "member of tho firm of Jesus Christ it Co.," unless thcie wcru other evi dences of disease. Witness was asked If ha could see ary mark ed peculiarity In the plaster cast of Guttcau's bend. Prisoner "It looks llko liumpty Dumpty." Witness replied that the cast presented a more shapely and symmetrical hca than ho had an ticipated, but placed no Importance on the shape ot tho head ns Indicating sanity or lsnn- On redirect examination tho witness stated that he did not think tlio prisoner feigning ln-3 sanity In thu court room. Hu had merely beenifl VAllKUCIlllllIK HIS uuuuciiy unu iHsoienec. Ig Pr boner Porter exiu-cts to get S!5.f;on fnrl hanging inr. He tecs his money slipping away 1 oi-i-uuMj ino .kiiii-iieuii in-iipiu uoii'i wartime 10 1 uu iiaugeu, aim nc is man ni that. Adjourned. Tlio Mexican Indian. Tlio Mexican Indian has n cornier colored skin that has frequently a dark brown appearanco. Smooth, black, glos.y hair, protuborant check bones, very keen oyes. broad lins nud a flat noio nro his most marked traits. Tho board is generally heavier with thoso who inhabit tlio tomporato zono than with thoso whoso homo is to bo found in tlio hot zono; yet tho beard is tronor- ally very thin, growing only abovo tho nps anil on ino otiin, wiillo tho chocks very seldom show any traces of hnir. In Sonora, for iiistauco, n person who litis anytliini: of a prominent beard la certainly nt least from fifty to sixty years oi ngo. i no miiian lias a softness of skin In common with tho necro. Tim framo of tlio body is largo, stout, mus- cuiarand iu good proportion. Crip ples nro not to bo found turning tlio In dians of pnro blood. Even thoso who navo lea lor conturtesUiol vosof nonnr,. ful citizons possess great muscular strongtn. alio Indian is nnoxoollont porter and walker with a hoavv load nn his baok. It is common to son nmn carry loiuls of 300 pounds for sis hours, resting porhtipsonco or twico. Children of twolvo years of ngo carry 100 pounds, and seem not to suffer under this bur-i , don. Women in ceneral nro not tar- behind tho men. Tho way in which a company of ludiaus kocs to town la on. rious. Tiioy move constantly in a long row, ouu uuiunu tuo otfitr. If you ad dress a question to tho jiorsou marching in jioni, mo row win Btop at once, and not begin its movement ncain befomtlm conversation has ended. Tho Indian nn an errand seldom walks, hut is con stantly trotting, and in this way ho mnkes long distances in a very short timo without showing tho least sign of futiguo. Tho body f tho Indian is los3 nauio to eiiseaso than that of tho whlto man. Hl.cuniatism, colds and innti,- acho aro things unknown to Ahoso of ptiro moon, it Is not very raMto iind lu an Indian vilkiroi-ernP irsons li o havo passed tlWr hundredth vortr. Thoro nro soruo oxnuriennnn in nto. which mtiko-i us feel liko tho boy who, when ho Htubbod his too against a sharp stono, said ho was too bio- to r ,i flbadly hurt to laugh. ilTo-fts man was lluohed for rt,itn amuloon Sunday. It was another mail's mulp, by tlio way. "I had been sick aud inlscrablu so long and had caused my husband to much troable aid sxpense, no one seemed to knowwhit ailed me that I was completely dlshcaiteui-danddlswu?! ffTrV'm?? tl"s ,r,awo 01 mlU(l 1 got botUo at ln?iWlttTr8,aKU60d unsown to my iiwiS.lt0U, pa.'o Improve and Balnea e?rJ?ftth&t,myhu,Eanu """l nUy thoffghttt wh-Vi",1"1'111" bu' when 1 toldTem. VTy.lad helped mo,' they said "iiwahtor PJ1it,crBl wnginay they prosper? to ther A book with a looso loaf should bo oound over to keop tho pioco.