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I Tes Tkutt op Pkacs. A Berlin PRICE GF bnARCOAL AT giving the dstnh cf ta attempt by the DlttGIIAB. Kchlux to kCl the County The idt Lake Tribtzp i.sinformed caved LSever, aH;f oCrs, &l of to ro iFKcitUT outum that infoftaation oar urorm m prifo tjta djuitoouui. thtelves ty TH sheriff sub- Thursday MomiLj, Hay8, 1871 BY THX ATLANTIC ABB FACtfM COXFAXY. oaL dkme Ca chare at ; n, i Bingham j sesntiy Juretted the der of the from a gentleman, who, with pencifand Bxklix May 17. A till has' posbj gtr andp will b0 tinednder the Tlire will t niwtlf of th territorial Con in fnd,' visited that locality KuLtax daa. tml Poraini.tieihc .Attend Art y of Stahj on for the texpreei purpose of ascertaining the German Parliament forbidding the sion of Paras and demanded the with17. Mrs. Abbey drawal of the Versailles forces behind Francisco Sax loans exmeans of of lotteries May by raising F.iturdiiy, the 2rh day of May next, at 2 oclock the price of charcoal there, and other cept in the case of various German gov- Sage McFarland Richardson arrived the Loire. Tbs treaty which was conr. n., at Salt Lake City. All the members are re with connected things here this evening. She intends deliver- cluded hastens the war indemnify to ernments. jti'Ktel to attend as Lusiuess of lmjHrtanee will He was told, and so entered it in his Germaiur f Half a milliard of it is to be ? ' 17-.- The Commune, to- ing a course of ledthres, Paris May Bate-maconn before Ji he Corn m it tee. and Buel cost that it pail fylnop in thirty days after the I f A and into enthusiastic each of in J. M. ORR, CliHiriimn. i factions, day, split large up open meeting entry of the Versailles army into Paris, 221 cents a bushel at Salt Lake Well Spicr.n, 8ocy . women suffrages was held 4his evesirg enmity with the other. td --City, on a con Chet for 76,000 bushels, and SUs,JLfcS Cifi, April 2A 1A71 December, of ti:b CORINNE DAILY JOURNAL. ff ofCE TELEGRAPHIC! Hpsha wh, ? re-ce- ct ' note-boo- k -- -- ore-reducin- , i u $500,-000.00- 0. coast, with the Cen tral Pacific. We .believe it owns what is called the Vallejo route, from near Sai), Francisco to Sacramento, with some in ore o r less iiu portan t b ra u ches. ;The tal k is, according Jo said dispatch,' for them to .join hands j with the Pennsylvania Central, aud build around through Ore gon and Idaho to the Union Pacific, 5 miles this side of Ogden. To offset thik there is talk of the Ceutral Pacific building from the terminus of its present track' southeastward, through Salt Lake !.- 'f, i' ,:,' City to Denver or .Santa; re or Albuquerque, and so getting for. themselves innr on the Pacific n cents is $10.12 ; at 20 cents it is $5.40, a difference of nearly 50 per centum in the cost of fuel alone. Knowing- - this, our conscience will not allow us to sup--, wess it even to please the Tribune. TINTIC MINING. e ' A correspondent of the Salt Lake writes from Tintic: The Whitney Sunbeam (recently sold) . a through rdute. ' llow "much of talk is taking out richer and more ore than there is iu all this and how much of de- - before. The Huntington and Lake termination, heeled to ,win, .time only claim (not sold) is doing likewise. can tell. We venture the suggestion The question is frequently asked who that it may be a big bluff, meant to force the O. K. Co? Answer: W. the Central Pacific into a consolidation compose T. Cottier of Omaha, Henry A. Keening with the gigantic eastern combination, and Fred. A. Wiebe of Grande Island, however it may turn out, we surely can and N. P. Lake of Silver City. Should the Peusvl- - Neb., but gain largely. V Their principal, place of business is at vania combination' and the Central Silver City. They are interested iu the consolidate, we shall hariq heard the Red Bird, El last of the rivalry that has for Two years Sunbeam, Highlander, Rev, Left Bower, Black Dragon and rendered either railroad barren to other promising leads. Work is being atid Corinne will then receive the J vigorously pushed.- I.' consideration to which she is entitled by Dr. Graff and party are examining her situation and surroundings. If both our district preparatory to erecting mills, through enterprises are pushed to suc- should they find sufficient inducement. cess, the interior of this country will be Mr. Peabody has returned to Diamond largely opened and built up thereby, and City representing an incorporated Omaha It may thus .get, at once, what it might mining company. Clarkson A Cos trio not have obtained for years but- for the of furnaces will be in operation in a few rivalry of these great railroad combina days. Mr. Sickles, Superiutendant of lions, each seeking a through route. the Medallion Company (formerly American Fork), is stopping at Eureka City. THE INDIANS IN ARIZONA. A Denver dispatch of May 12, says Mr. Hall, representing New York capiconLa Mesilla advices received talists, has made some good locations ; firm, the reported massacre of Indians thinks his company will soon operate at Camp Grant, Arizona, by citizens, extensively. Capt. McNamara and Mr. and increaser the number of Indians Alma are developing Pecks Black Draft killed, j to-- 150. The people of Southern gon for an interest iu the mine. SutherNewJJIexico and Arizona are growing land & Co. are taking out large quantidesperate,' and are determined to protect ties of good milling ore from their Ruby themselves if the Government fails to do lode. Col. Kenzie A Co. have some so. They sav henceforth the Indians good locations near Eureka Citv. These . t the must stay ou reservations, or be shot gentlemen are prepared to purchase : wherever found.' when figures arc made reasonable. The Gen. Stoncman, in retiring, from the Grey Eagle, being worked by the O. K. command iu Arizona, addresses, a letter Co., show handsomely in Galena. The to the Adjutant General, in which be Gypsev Nell lode is opening up finely admits that' the Indians are verv bad, with an 18 inch vein of rich ore. The murdering and depredating on American Chicago hide is being worked, and bids, and Mexican alike, without much let or fair to become another Sunbeam. The hindrance, but insisting that it is mainly Eureka Hill the magnitude of which because of hunger, absolute want of astonishes all beholders is still more " something to eat' and wear. He urges than holding its own for rich ores, and the collection of the Indians as: much the owners chuckle quietly over their ns possible on military reservations, there big prosjHjcts. I believe the Fond du to be clothed and fed, as the only rem-ed- v Lac Co. are the heaviest owners in this the case admits of, and thinks the mammoth hill. Mr. W. T. Matthews, v extenoperations of the array in Arizona du- formerly of this Co., ring the past year, although, not .very sively with Messrs. Jackson A Green, fruitful in Iudian scalps, have had a aud with good prospects, particularly on ' most salutary effect. Sunbeam No. 2. The Milton lode, Fry The lesou is being well learned. The Co., arc taking out rich ore. tr. Indians must be corralled and. fed, or SUPERINTENDENT SICKLES ON 'exterminated. The East is for the first, FREIGHTS the West generally for the last. A juWe find the following dispatch from dicious admixture of the two appears to T. E. Sickles, General Supt. of the U. P. us the true course. GenT Haricy gave Road, to Mr. Dahler of Salt Lake in the us a touch of the 'latter at Ash Hollow, Tribune: ' Gen. Connor another on Bear River, .The increase of rates on ore aud Col. ChivTngton another at San Creek, bullion by this company was made in Gen. Sheridan another at Machita, Col. pursuance of a contract with the C. P. Baker another in Montana, and we pre- Company, in which contract that Comthe same rates sume the few surviving settlers in Ari- - pany agreed to make Francisco. We from Ogden to San zona have been trying their hands at it and with the terms of contract, complied at Camp Grant. These kicks aud cuffs, the C. P. Company did not. If the well rates are too hign for the' interests of duly administered, seem to dove-ta- il with the Quakerpoliey of Gen. Graft. Utah and the interests of the two roads, can be reduced, there being a In our judgment, indeed, they 'are all they clause in the contract, which provides that gave it the slightest efficacy. It is for a reduction on mutual agreement of well enough to put the Indians on reser- the companies. The Vice President and myself will be vations and feed and clothe them, but in Salt Lake: City in a few days, and will in the pride of their be pleased to confer with you. will neither on they streugth, T. E. Sickles, Supt. go such reservations nor stay there. It is THIRD DISTRICT COURT. only the feeble remnants of any real The Tiibune says: powerful tribe that can be handled in Judge McKean held ;a session of his that way. To reduce the strong tribes Court yesterday. There were seventy-thre- e to the condition of remnants, there has cases on the calendar, but not one been but one way discovered, namely, to ready to goto trial or be argued. Conpitch into. - them,. This, we are glad to sequently, after the calendar had been notice, is- being' done, as occasion de milled through, the Court was adjournmands. () There is probable a good field ed until Wednesday, when a now at number of persons will probably be for a Quaker Indian naturalised. The Court is then likely Grant, where he wo ojent to massacre. this before and eaten adjourned tine die. Tri-bvn- 1 , , f Pa--eif- ic . Cor-inn- to-da- y, about to engage in the business. bushels of charcoal at 37 Twenty-seve- ? t . ple . 7 The Versaillists have effected three practicable breaches, and massed a large number of troops within five hundred yards of the ramparts. The destruction of life and property by the. bombardment in the American quarters was fearful. Sax Francisco May 17. Papers are being drawn up here securing the most extensive and powerful railroad combination ever attempted in the world. It includes the Pennsylvania Central and connections, from the seaboard to the Union Pacific terminus near Corinne, Utah, and on this side the California Pacific (not the Central Pacific) which will be extended north to Goose Lake, Oregon, and connecting with the Oregon Railroad to Portland, and possibly to Puget Sound ; thence to Christmas lakes, thence eastward along the south side of the Snake river in southern Idaho to a point of easy connection with the Union Pacific at or near Corinne. This route ill avoid the heavy grades over the Sierra Nevada., and complete a continuous line from the Atlantic to the Pacific, independent of the Central road, $17 a ton for hauling thence to Bingham Canyon. The Government standard is 30 lbs. of charcoal to the bushel, at which rate a ton of 2240 lbs. would con tain 74 j bushels, which' will go in seventeen dollars or seventeen , hundred cents 23 times. But they count a ton at about 112 bushels, which reduces the cost of hauling from 23 cents as above to 15 cents per bushel. This added to 22 makes 371, and, we doubt not, our information is ns accurate as the multiplication ta We trust the Tribune will allow ble'. us to add that a thousand or a million be delivered at bushels of charcoal-ca- n Corinne for 20 cents a bushel ; and. as it takes by Buel A Batemans method 27 bushels of charcoal to smelt a ton of ore, it makes quite a difference to peo- A e, add will he constructed immediately. Ample capital has been secured in Europe for the entire work. No subsidies are asked, and the work will be commenced within two months with all the brce which can be put upon the line. Washington, May 17. The President nominated Nicholas Fish, of New York,' Assistant Secretary of Legation at Berlin, aud Wm. B. Parker, of Pennavl-vaniConsul to Seanti. Cincinnati, May 17. A fire last night iu the rectifying establishment of a, Mills, Johnson A Co., destroyed property o the amount of $200,000 ; insured for $120,000. -- - to-da- y, i i , f v j i half-hors- e half-alligat-or , . -- w, a so-call- ed , o- ItHDNlGHT REPORTS. Terry of Con necticut, and Logan of Illinois, took seats for the first time in the Senate today. Brownlow of Tennessee, Johnson of Virginia, and Kellogg of Louisiana, are absent from the city. There are three vacancies; oue from Alabama, Georgia and North Carolina. Alter prayer and reading of the journal, a resolution was offered, requesting the President, if not inconsistent with the public interest, to communicate copies of all correspondence in the State department in relation to the ship Hudson and schooner. Washington, belonging a citizen of Connecticut, and seized v the British authorities at Falkland stands in 1855 ; also, report of Lieut. ynch, or other naval officer, on file in the Navy Depart meut-O- n the same sub-ec- Washixotox, May 17. ' t. On uiotiou of Cameron, Senate went into executive session. New York, May 17. Statements of the sale of the Erie road are contradicte 1 by the managers. They prouounce the report wholly without foundation, and add that not only have no offers for purchase bccu made, but none for a moment will be Entertained. The will of the late Geoige Peabody was admitted to probate by exemplification in the Surrogates Court this morning, and letters testamentary were issued to Geoige Peabody, Charles Livingston Peabody, and Charles W. Chandler, who immediately qualified. Toako May 17. F. F. Marx who left here softie three weeks since for' Idaho, via our new route, returned yesterday morning, giviug good accounts of ropd and country through which it passes. The first train of freight will leave here for Idaho in a few days. , Paris May 17. The column in r the ' place Vendome was levelled at fix oclock this evening. Loxdox. May 17. Several were injured by the fall of the column at Ven.. dome. v . ' 17. The insurgents Versailles May are greatly disturbed ; as many as thirty were killed in one uight. Paris May 17. At Vendome three pieces of the square are henceforth to be known as the place of. international safety. The Maillot trains leaving Paris are examined, and petroleum owners are ordered to Import to the Commune. Madrid May 12. Muriel presented a budget favorable. Blase goes to America after the Assembly. - Loxdox May 17. There has been a cold snow storm in Scotland, and in the north of England, it la tbosgkt that crops are hart. , New York May 17- - The IVC has a long account from Columbus, S. C, ; dthh ,,r ISaaal to any ppest Speeches wero epade k II fj. the Germans evacuate the 'toT onk Of noted several advocates the our by of Forts. As to the abrogation Paris , ft-tm I ti cause. tteelxhhrcisl treaty, Biscidrck ttiliil Morrison, who was injured in the Mis- that the withdraw of France from the inctroment was sion Woolen Mills, , is not expect maintai nance of thatthe Xe$ in the of mainly receipt of hope ed to live through the night. ; ditieS wbch to ceari advises the liquidate her indebtedness. The ratifiParis, May Committee of Safety to cause erection cations of the treaty are te be exchang of barracks in place De la Etaile, place ed on May 20th. f 4-4-UDe Roane and Place Dey D uniay. Recent astroMacs The Ilaxkt . 1 -- nan-jam 7. The cecm-tLoxDox. XJity indicate that nomical disopfsriss special says the Versaillists will prob- the pbmsVHammTPblrstH earthto a GTm Avia Commnh-ist- s greater desrree than, any other planet. ably carry the city So thoroughly , Uam ben ctedied by TfteRwrleniterfirEVJpFW . are leaving in dismay. ; it many of the most cf jutttrapmtr A dispatch from Paris announces the in Pacific Halt j 4, J t s t to tuo territory. 1 to-day- in-ctesa- ed 5 17-Cluee- w&zm. Bvao L ossa. UtiJlO. o to-nig- rr , UQUOZIO and , suppression of several newapapetui Many persons were injured by the fall of the column vendome. ( Versaillist parallels have been ad vanced until they are now only one, hun- ciGAi:a sixty different views,' at different seasons of th Mars years, showing its seas, its WtA W k snow lines and its temper laSTSitf continents,-itate zones, to such a degree that the an- KwRljr kU it alogv be.twea and foe esrth teems to dred mcncs from the Tam parts of Paris. establish the conviction that Man is, in C! as well adapted to support !V- every Special dispatches from Versailles re- animal fspect. life as the earth. And if adapted 7.. i i taken. Fort Moutrouge for huport such life, why not for intelligent , J .' f t r . A French fishing vessel has been run man beings ? ' Corinne. XJth. down and sunk in the English Channel K. G. UACLAY, C a. BR0ADWATK2, by an American bark, whose name is CARROLL A 8TRKLK. xf J unknown. Two of the crew of the fish.uix-- 5 t. ov.-tfn&A-rjifa i y . i erman were lost. j ,.r Prcsi-ident Washington, May 17. The and Secretary Fislt suggested to DD DDD URR ' several Senators this morning the propriety of postponing investigation as to the publication of the treaty until after it has been either ratified or rejected I tmucm, Accordingly, that motion was made iu executive session, but was voted down ttoSACCO after a short debate. It was then decided that the proceedings In arranging E. 0. HACLAV.C: CO. i X; ,U cLomso, THIS IS TOTS' the two New York Tribune correspond,, a ents before the Senate shall be public. hr. MHAQDTYAnE, ONLY EXPRFSSUNE HAVING Shortly after 10 oclock the Sergeant-at-Arm- s . (' Connections . t i. appeared with the parties, when Through Eastern f,l Mr. Carpenter presented a resolution, C Ci ; G offering them an opportutnfy to to Gfjia Dayo questions submitted. 1IAVIKO l Carpenter proceeded ' to explain the ,KS7Iv rKTXKM I-Surho reasons and law which guided the Cotn mittee iu the conclusions real-bed-. There is no doubt that when a vote ir EVERY OTHER DAY, Chicago and San Frantiscoy I reached on the trqqfy it vU be reached lee SjpffSji IVwimMffBtMs moiA by considerable m ire than a -- WWBITI.W DIRECT FROM Senator Fenton moved a1 substitute t Via' Far T7cst Freight Cenpaay, x I t . .. . . for Mr. Carje:iter's resolution, to the that questions be propounded to the Ar AND D DO: Rft correspondents as to whether they rer .t i i .1 t .1 HDD i RRR ceived the treatv from auv Senator or Our flidlltlM In nee nnt Csre IJne, EE K LLL any officer of the Senate. KB LL DrangWtMWH ceeslrr. After a lengthy debate, , the Senate K voted down Fenton's amendment by 21 UTAH. CORINNE, to 23. Hr EesjxrtfnVy mil the atleufl om mySdtf New York, Mnv 17. The following f is a special dispatch to the Tribune from or j. r Columbia, S. C the 16th : A party of CORIXXK. 100 Kuklux visited Newbury Court- MONTANA STREET, 3S 1 M house Sunday evening for the purpose of ; Us Denier WNelesale amSi.JteSall killing the Republican county officers. 'l r TO OUR They surrounded the house of the Chairand Bedding, man of the Board of County Coramls-sioner'r1 throw turpentine balls into his AND Tfcb PcJnt! Largo .Cfcsb and fired a volley thro gh the window. f Constantly receiving a fine eutortmeut --A2fl. m .m the houses visited other of promThey r, : inent Republicans, but their occupants tewk C-v. - pree OF' saved themselves by hiding. trwm t Salt Lake, May 17. Grasshoppers in CHAIRS, t considerable numbers are hatching out ' on the beach north of this city. tSr Onbre promptly tiled. Tnrchufni from The prospects for an extensive harvest font' in Bear Lake Valley are excellent. The KITCHEN , SAFES, LOUNGES, tv celt AsS Dock Merfr.. streams abound with trout and other j i s - , c GROCERIES, HR Ruurr R pnoviaiiri i EXPRESS' LINE; Pxxirs. . II A 5 v ( , i oo 00 freb (icrlbb oo ds. i 1 --o- t ft 1st --0-0- THE VERT LATEST DISPATCHES. s j CORINNE, g. note-boo-k, RAILROAD CONSOLIDATION. Our readers will notice the Suu Fran cisco dispatch5 in this Issue of the Jourof nal, in reference to the consolidation r the Ptpnvil vania Ceutral and California Pacific Railroad interests, with the view of securing a through route, from ocean to ocean. , The Pennsylvania Central already controls a continuous line from the Atlantic to Ogden, with many important feeders, valued at near The California Pacific is the result, of a rather lnte effort to secure competition to some extent, in railroad, CZ.iiPl - . h t I - i k - two-third- s. 1 - of-fe-et J u CHIN tcmvOTPST. i - - JAPAN i . - J. W. LEHEE. - onto . bed-roo- Furnituro s, , H calc at m, ;7 A ? A BUREAUS, Tables, Hedoteado, V fish. K 'j I a The Central Pacific Railrpad have 17 o b.u$D;a$c;'2 raised the ' freight on ore and bullkv ft from Ogden to Ban Francisco I I QATT11A88CB ABp, qCDnDO, raxsepABi o ' tJA .son also, a VAczrrr Bedbugs are said to open up more f rr fJJ f lively this spring, says the Idaho Democrat, than at any other time in the mem-- , ory of the oldest inhabitant. One of w:eX1 these insects, as seen through a microBABY CABBlJHfSHr Alt 1 4TTLB3, scope, looks about as large as a wild i g him on snout with a hog, three f&t long and nippers on the end .. td hang on by. When alarmed,1 the crit- tfiTH A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF ' 'vxx :i mv. ter possesses the faculty of slinging his dii tiAro. rnncoua, A&tY&bcy head from side to side just like a i t.tftirt hog at bay, and wheR. puacbol bw et him hear almost coaid little a yon up NOTICE TO M snort. To the student of and chomp o rr. i rr i x lover the of beauties and the bugology and wonders of animate natureC we 1 know of nothing more interesting than a magnified Vpok at an innocent and cusetyewSag te3 frisky little bedbug. i crctesdactews. f i S nCt 'h. I.ctollc Eurinl CxSi 4 jria Mmmmm f OZlBTvO, HOTffEO - a i . ?! in - - - T rJ 1 . )l 1 I . sce. oosixxr wrv -- , rT Ortf A petried nessl cseming tote pe foci within its shell. It was found in exartte qcurry ia Hawkins tsuefy, about tea feeiH&rtH ceaCteaticss cf the nae kiedtxrejbecx toend thtre, buYthis b tho csfy plcte one yet discovered. m f V TGlKncn ref 3d SnmilJ : titnvnf .! rj;Prjr. r' Postmaster General Cresswell has a fine estate at Elktori, ML, with the goodeatf eutVctnl ly and well tilted barns peculiar to this derpl region, which yields him aboct CljCCQ s YFrtuf hand year, His wife brought him the wealth received Furesdi some addition to taenf twe ItAma,' issteftoAhe4' :vfrom her father. ' 'chisg. t. BrS-dt- r a.t7.P.CT w' ed r1. C7uC? CIrp CCzCi tlcrco, blood-suckin- dog-worri- r aijfntl i ! Ccrb23tx. It ?r - I' : , M T7JC - .TT PAT r. -- Apc?is,ini. -- , r V I 1 ' ' l,f ;3csd 0210." .W , , ! i '