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Day-Dreams and their Uses.
Josh Billings on iomatoes.
,1. I II All Gil AVE,
-;NCY AND COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
M .utczuma street, Prescott, Arizona.
:VBY AND COUNSELOR-AT-LAW.
A. J3. DAVIS,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
Mohave CHy, ArUona Territory.
F. P. HOWARD, 31. D.,
Aztlan Lodge No. 177, F. & A. M".
K-gnlar meetings of this Lodge on
the last Saturday of oach month, at 7
o'clock v. m. Sojourning Ilrettaren are
l'rau-ruallv lurltod to attend.
BDWLV DARLING, W. M
Jamb K. McCArrnr, Secretary.
Why is it
That the Prescott people wear teller clothe.
tra Ko better cigars, chew better tojaeo, look
'naJsomer and are happier than fsraerlyt Ask
inderon &. Co. niylB.
I. 0. 0. F., Arizona Lodge, No. 1.
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oi tins London euaoua cttcii
iiil'd. nt 3l;tionlu nan.
MHner oi tne oroer, in jjom
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Av A. 0. .N'OYES, N. 0.
E Diruso, Rcc Sec ' angJ
"Dream, oh! youth," Mys llulwcr in one
or hU loftiest stories of household life j 'dream
niiiiifiilly and nobly, nnd thy rlrentns shall bo
jirophots nnd before htm Schiller struck a
kindred chord when ho bade the reader 'cling
to the dreams of his youth;' while Victor
Hugo puts the thought to the test of practi
cal suggestion, in language that may be para
phrased, " We might more often tell the rent
nnture of man by his day-dreams, il we knew
them, than by his notions, for the dream is
tho spontaneous olfchot of his leing, but bis
acts mny be governed or produced by exter
nal circumstances.' Indeed, if we could jien
etrate the veil underneath which the human
heart and brain are shielded, we sbjyld JJuil
that tho day-dreams cliorhhed there exert a
manifold Influence upon the characteristics of
men, and, whether for failure or sucrae, point
as with an index linger to their future desti
nies. There are probably few classes among the
myriads of earth's workers in whom the
dreaming or imaginative faculty is more fully
developed, and in whom it is accorded
greater range, than among inrentor?, for ide
ality and constructivencM arc the agencies
that gnve'birth to new creations of beauty
and usefulness alike in science and in art, nnd
tne same in all molds from the common inci
dents and appliances of life, the forms of beau
ty and utility that endure for ever.
No improvement ever came into the world
but had the archetype in the dreams of him
who made it, and although the though U of
tno writer, the subjects or the arttat, and tne
mechanical 'principles of the projector may
all be old, yet imagination in dels csc arran
ges them in new relations with each other,
and the hitherto unknown form looms up the
incarnation of the dream.
In the old times a jwinter took for his
model the face of a woman ho saw passing in
the street, and under his brush the orarte
features softened until the calm lineaments
that his imagination had pictured looked
down from the wall of the Vatican, where
men stop to gaze and iionder upon their won
drous beauty to this day. Ijiter, ajioet noted
the tleejR'r and softer elements of tbe human
nature around him, then wrapping them in
the folds of his own thought, wrote the story
of Genevieve, and for ever after the world re
fused to forget the song. So, once, a man
thought that tho futile experiments of those
who Bad lived before htm might yet m brought
to more useful form, and in his day-dreams
saw machinery linking without twwer of
horse or wind or water, and anon the dream
took shape in the productions of the forge
and the founder', and now the great pnko if
tho world beaU with the throb of steam; yet
had there been no dreaming, no kindling amid
the shade of the present of uncreated light
to illumine the future, no angel face would
have beamed frcm the temple wall, no rhyme
would have made misty the eyes of the
thoughtful, and no new motor would hare
guerdoned the earth with its colhw.i.fll power.
Surely the day-dreams that gave birth to
thac had their uses in the world.
We know that whilo we write, in work
shops where the fluors jar with the motion of
drill and plauur and engine lathe, and where
sharp tools cut and chisel and mold wood in
to a thousand shapes of usefulness; in ship
yards, where the bound of the hammer and j
calking mallet are never stilled, and on farms
where the Harvester ana the horse-rake are
brought out ready for their work, there are
men who are dreaming dreams in which new
machines stand cit to their gaze in fairer
proportions and with greater promise than
those they have known before, in which new
proceaeea take form to produce results great
er and more useful than the old method have
It is now about 8 or elevefr years Finco folks
began to hanker after the! tomato. About
that tirrm some doctor ov plls disscktcd one
of these vagrant vegetable and diskovered
tome doktor stuff in them.
As soon as folks fonnd on: they was fisick,
they began to be very swec on the tomater.
At that time thev wuz in the habit ov
growing in sly piaces,wherdthey wan'tafmid,
over behind stone walls, atjong broken jugs,
dead kaU, and old Injun ubW boots, for
jK'nple wouldn't let them grow in gardens
enny more than they would, a kannadii this
Thev wnr vni'dliond uifn1o nnil nvtn ti
wood Log wouldn't oat onejey the brrys thut
grows on them enny quicker than ho would
a ball or red stocking yafn.
Hut it waz decided" that there wuz sum
pills in them, and they were put to nuss in
jwt and vase, and lived on the phat ov the
land, in hot houses, along side or tiger lillies
and roses ov s baron.
It took most folks about 18 months or per
severance and sea-icknes togetthotomatoze
to go quietly down, and from a vile wood.
more smelly than a dead klam, the tomater
has actually got to be more honorated than a
buckwheat slapjack, or even a ponkiupi.
This shows what love and aireekshun will
I havn't any doubt that if Professor Itats
lane would my professionally, that waiw'
nests was good to make a moosteche grow
black, half the men in the country would get
a wa'p and go into the nest bozr.iues.
I don't belfere a tomater will keen a man
say more healthy than red cioror will, but
l tn just like every one else, 1 wanted to get
some better than I wuz, and I went to school
to the tomater, and have got learnt how to
eat them, if they are filled with salt and pep
er, and soaked well in good aider vinegar.
Hut tomatozc hare worked themselves up
I - . . , T, . ..... , ...
snij iiecesnarr, nn i m noi ioe man to mit-r i
their repartashen, for I believe an innocent
humhug izsz much right to win (if they kia)
as enny other man.
I have seen folks pick tbera ofh from tbe
vines in the garden, and eat them right down
slive. I would as soon undertake u eat a
handful of putty.
There is one thing that I do hope, that no
body will undertake to make kaHer He one
of the luxuries until after I am dead, for kas
tcr ite and bed bugs iz 2 things that I sol
emnly swear 1 won't hare, if I got to b ever
Decay of the Crow IndiansTheir
toms and Mode of Life.
The Crows are jwor, possessing but few
ponies, and the few they have aro jo-'r in
fiualitr. I'lnd ranidlv decreaini in nutnljers.
Other Indians ure constantly stealing from
them, and they can neither buy nor steal
enough to make up for their losses. An Ab-ra-reu-ka
chief who possesses a doien ponies
is called in his tribe wealthy. The men arc
ignorant and slothful, and look upon labor as
degrading and only fit for women. Hiding
their ponies after buffaloes and stealing hor
ses from neighboring tribes is the extent of
their lalxirs, and in such exercise they find
great pleasure. They comjiel their women
to do all the labor, and often reward the
overworked creatures with neglect and cruel
ty. The squaws are sometimes sold lo the
whites, and a pretty one may be got for a
poney. One of the chiefs offered me his
daughter in exchange for my horse. She is
youn and pretty, and I thought her rbeap
at this price, but for reasons known to dis
creet husbands, I declined hie generous offer.
Almost all of the women are filthy, degraded
and olcenely vulgar. It would be difficult
to find a dozen virtuous women in the whole
tribe. They barter their persons in the same
way, unconscious of wrong, m they sell a buf
falo robe, ami think a few cot of sugar pays
theta well for either one or the other. They
rarely reach the age of fifteen years before
taking husbands, and some marry as early a
They consider no part of an animal too
filthy fr I hem to cat. When a buffalo is
killed, the entrails are torn out and thrown
on the ground near the carcas. and the feist
is prepared. Tbe papooses thrust their faces
into the heart and liver, and eat with tbe
vim of hugry wolves. The squaws wije the
Iunch over the grass am) tear it into strips a
foot long and two inches wide these strijH
are tied into bunches of knot and swallowed
without much ceremony. The large bones
are broken, and the marrow, dug out with
the finger, goes down with the iMuncb. Car
tilage, almost as bam na boae, is chopped a
How to Make Sprcc k llnr.R. 1. Take
three gallons of water of bUid warmth, three
half pinU of molasses, a tabic sjtoonful of es
Kpnrn nf Minify and the like quantity of gin-
I ger; mix well together with a gill of yeast;
let stanu over night, ami noiue in uiu muin
ing. It will be in good condition to drink in
twenty-four hours. It is a palatable, whole
'1 Those who prefer wend have only to
substitute honey for the molasos named
above, and for one-third the ginger umj all
epico. Half the quantity of yeast will Iks
suflicient, and the bottling should occur the
second dav instead of the next morning. It
will be fit to drink in four days after being
bottled, and will keep for many weeks. A
small quantity of alcohol is formed during the
fermentation, and this prevents the acetous
fermentation o common to ?priH bcor. Tho
essence of spruce is of course left out in the
making of mead. Tho alcohol formed from
the fermentation of honey resembles that
found in wethttjlin, while the alcohol formal
from the fermentation of molasses is rum.
Those who imagine that they can make either
spruce beer or mead without entirely forming
any alcohol are mistaken ; Hut It is present
in so slight a proportion as not to be sensible
to the most delicate temperance norvos.
A .II1IV 0
IW-ott, "June 12, ltxW.
NO. 1. COWS
A. G. DUNN,
Bru. and IlBAit Fioiits. The bull and
liear light in the upper part of town Saturday
last, was a success. This highly moral onter
tainment wits not witnessed alone by native
Califbrnians, but ainonir the audience was a
liberal sprinkling of ail clashes. Tho arena
ii which the fight took phu-e was a small en
closure of from flvo to six rod square, in
the centre of which was an upright twst, to
which the bear was chained by the hind and
the boll by tbe foro leg. The bnllV horn
were sawed about one-third off, to pit him on
a fair footing with bnrin who was Mind. Tbe
spectators arranged themselves around the
small enclosure as best they could; the pay
ment of a dollar entitling one to a seat on
the aricrAt2c side, neur worno com
set on end to keep the sun off, which they
failed to do. Considerable time was spent in
getting the animals in pontkm. The first
War being Idind not much of a Aght was to
be expected of him. Tbe most revolting
thine of the whole performance was to see
the satisfaction manifested when the poor
blind bear was being frightfully hooked by
the tawed -ofT horns of tho infuriated bull.
Thk Itepuhlican National Platform express
ly leaves tbe whole suffrage question to the
States, each to control it as it sees fit. When
Congress passed the law relating to impartial
t ofirage in Alabama and other Southern SiaUS,
thev were not States, but Territories, subject
to ioch conditions upon their re-admiion
into the Union as the General Legislature
If they were not "States, but Territories,"
why was their consent to the Fourteenth
Amendment to the Constitution considered
essential by Congress ? Territories ha e noth
ing to do with constitutional amendments,
Congress nested the Southern communities
as States, sad in preacribing qualifications
for suffrage in those States awnmed a power
which tnav l.o exerrtsou straw an
notwithstandinc the National Republican
little with a knife, and in large rbnks pas j ptatlorm. i. 1 . Utfi.
! illuUllllAlllM ,.f .1..V .U..
ever done and, whether the use of ho day- b t ag a Jrtinigumeilt for Wn &ind
dream shall be to guide the inventor on to , ,. , L. v.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Groceries mid Provisions,
f" 'h 1 1-7, l)ry-Gowh BjoU, Shoe, Halt, ttc,
G7"At the old stand formerly ooeuplsd by B.
- IiA 1M7., Arizona. folS'ftl
Ulij Is it
That the Prescott Uars sell "bettor Liquors
tiats formerly? Ask HENDERSON & CO.
ZUSTEL & HOFMANN,
METALLURGISTS AND ASSAYERS.
Gold and Sllter Bullion Msayal
IIINEIIAL ASSAYS AND ANALYSIS MADE.
CU Commercial Street, San Francisco.
Silvek ami Oor.i Okbs worked In small lots up
to a hundred ;wuuds, by Uljiormauon
mid other methods.
Rsn Pranelsco, dd., June 27, 18C8. JylSmO
Goods well Jloushl, Sell Tlicm
Wilts, D. Hesdkihox, tho senior partner of
,lir Orm. is constantly emnloyod in San Francisco
Ung and buying goods by which means wo
L" ciablcd to Uko advantage of thotluetnations
"i prices, and purchase our goods at lower rates
'Mil any other House In Central Arizona.
PV50 P, llEgDERSpV &. Co.
triumph and succes,or, likea wil-o'-the-wisp,
lead him to failure and disappointment, must
in each case depend upon the manner in which
he reals the historic that other dreams
bavo left in the annals of mankind, and which
teach but the single and oft-reiterated moral
that, no matter how fair tho vision, it can
only bo realized by long labor and strict obe
dience to the laws which, in their respective
spheres, control every department of human
ctlort. Had .Michael Angclo neglected to ac
quire every detail of skill and practice that
relatod to the art ol tbe painter, in nana
would have been unable to execute tho con
ception of bis brain, his Work would have
had no existence and his nune would have
been forgotten ; had Coleridge neglected the
ordinary rules of composition, his poem would
never have taken its splendid literary guise,
and would have been but a failure; and in
like manner had not 'Watt boon a master of
the mechanical science of his time he could
not have surmounted the innumerable olu
cles that came in his way, and his grand ca
reer would never have been; so that wo sec
from these and unnumbered illustrations that
may be produced in addition thereto, that
thntifli the dav-dreain mar originate anl
slmpe tho possibility, the practical, and that
alone, can bring the posaiullity to iuh nuiuon.
iHJUiic iiivumor ioowj sigm u mu juiunj'i
that constitute the groundwork of the branch
in which lio'strirea to excel, and his day-dream
will be but a wave broken to foam and noth
ingness against tho rocks; but let him bear
them well in mimi, and tne uay-uream win oc
at once the cause and tho prophet of suc
cess Amriem Artinm.
A wehtbrn editor, in response to a sub-
scribor who grumbles that his morning paper
was intolerably damp, eays,"tkat it tt because
there is so much duo on it."
getting much fight from this Itear, another
boar ami hull were brought into tbe arena.
Half an hour was expended in vain attempts
to get them together, after the rop Imd
been removed and they were expected to go
at it. When they did come together, after
much urging, the encounter was a ternticone,
the bear grabbed the bull bv the nose, throw
ins his naws around his neck, and in this em
brace of death almost it seemed, bull and bear
both rolled oier in a creat cloud of dust
amidst groat cheering. The bull, in this en
counter, seemed worsted, and moaned pile
ouslv. but the bear said not a word though
fearfully kicked and trampled. "When tb
animals showed a disposition to stop the
fight, they were again urged on by the brutes
having the mangement. And thus it contin
ued until dark, and longer foraught we know
to the contrary. Lo Angdtt JitpuUuan.
Fjnb woathar, Mr. Jonos, capital weather.
II v wife's got such a cold thatahe can't speak.
I fike such wottthor.
'Men think littlepf what is.6ajdt unless they
think much of him who says it.
From Sm,li. Iicoi.vxi.s-os A writer in a
late magazine tells a story which he had
Irotn the late .Major .Noah, to the ctlert that
when James Gordon Rennett first applied for
work at the office of the old Courier and &
murer, he was in such distress that tho kind
henrtod Noah first gave him a quarter of a
dollar to get a dinner with before beginning
to talk with him about his future occupation.
After Mr. Rennett hail satisfied his hunger,
lie made a bargain with Major Noah and
went to work. His duties included sweeping
out tha office in tho morning, in addition to
his more literary vocations. There aro few
men in history who, from such small begin
nings, hare risen to such -xcalth and power
as Mr. Bennett.
A bashful printer refused a situation in a
printing office whore females were employed,
saying thut he never ''set up" with a girl in
awsr. 1 be innate 1 cut into large wnps
one end of a strip is put into the moutn and
drawn In with the tongne, and, snake-like, it
rfips down into the great vat. Tbe animal
eaten uncooked, and in their baste they some
time oat the tksh white it is yet rndrering
with life. A dozen Indians can finish a buf
falo at one sitting. On Tongue river I saw a
little squaw put hemdf oub-idc of at least
fifteen pounds of buffalo, which js?rfornance
made a wonderful change In her jwrsonal ap
pearance. Stealing wjth thorn is an accomplishment
and not a virtue. Nothing within their reach
is sat. Not long inec one of the gentle
maidens walked into my tent, stneotbed her
hair with my tooth brnsh and qaencbsd her
thirst with the water in ray washbowl. On
taking ber dejrture she very skilfully re
lieved me of a number of articles of no raise
to herself, but very useful to my0 among
them tny soap.
Tbe Crows poess thousands of dogs, bat,
unlike other tribes, they do not eat them.
They hold them in soperstitioos reverence,
call them "good medicine," and lore them
almost a much as thev do thair children.
They are a cross between tho woif ami a j
dog, and are of all sizes and colors. They
neverioilow the men. but remain constantly
with the women. It k an everyday sight to
see an old sqoaw with twenty or thirty dog
following at her heels. Not long sinee I rode
out to on of their village which they had
pitched near Fort C F. Smith. As I ap
ttrrmebed tbe tepees, hundreds of these savage
dogs rushed towaras im. snapping ana nowi-
ing Use angry devils, ami Kept up tneir inicr
nal music until I went away. The squaws
were drying wild plntns and cherrks on the
ground among dry tmffalo chi). The pap-
tKJoses were penoctly naked, and aancea
socar. sugar, l nan no
surar to qive them, but Hung at them hand
r.,r..i , ' f nJis
lUls Ol unci nppiOTw uer. zwif7T jxtjxr.
A Mother's Lote ron her Sos. The
Dos Moines (Iowa) SMe RtgiiUr toll this
"Governor Merrill on Monday pardoned
Mrs. Catharine Macardle, the old lady who
has boon in tbe State Penitentiary tor four
years. This old woman, full of maternal de
votion, heroically sacrificed horelf to save
her son from tbe'gallows. The son bad killed
Ut. r. n.t . ! ,h.hAr tr, at'nrt thrt fffwttn
from her offspring, claimed and confessed that
it was she who bad committed the murder,
and on her own confession was condemned to
bo hung. Governor Stone commuted her
sentence to imprisonment far life. The poor
woman, after one or two attempts to commit
suicide in the Jackson county jail, was finally
sent to tho jtenitentiary, and in the gloomy
elasp of that prison she has been for four
years, waiting and praying for death. When
we visited the penitentiary last fall she was
shrivelled in body and nearly so in mind. For
four years she had received no word or ti
dings from her friends ; sixty-five years old,
with hor right arm palsied and helpless, aban
doned by all of her blood, a victim to heroic
mothurtv devotion, and with tbe light of
onrth, and seemingly that of heaven, shut out
from her, she was truly as sad an object
ercr trod the path of woe. Many persous
have Interested themselves in her behalf, and
ut lost, through tho kindness and consider
ntoness of our noble Governor, the disgraceful
chains are stricken from hor aged limbs, and
she is onco more free, but we fear not happy.
To Kcw Pcttkr Cool. Plate a cake of
butter in a saneer, and set it npon a common
dinner plat. Poor tbe .plate fall of water,
hot not high enough to run into the saucer,
awl place over the butter a common porous
flower not, which is iiKt Urge enough to sur
round the sawcer and stand it in the water.
If tbe flower-pot has a bole in the bottom,
com it with a eork. Set it all in a cool place,
and occa-ionally drench the whole with cold
water. If it is arranged in the morning, and
projHTiy attended to durins the day, the but
ter for tea will be nearly as firm as if kept in
an ice-boue. If the flower-pot be wrapped
with a cloth, it will be still better.
The Kansas City Journal of Cmnmeree illus
trates the intensity of the heat in that city
Yesterday a man wanted to find how high
np his thermometer had ran. He took a lad
der to go np and h- but melted before he got
half way np the ladder and run down again. ,
He was eaaght in r. tin pail by his afflicU-d
wife who ss a. -Unding at the foot of the lad
der and hsng down in the eiitem in hope
that he would survive. There is no hope for
him, however, till the cool weather sets in.
T.ixn I)nt ision. The Comwidoticr of the
General Land Office says that mineral lands
and mineral only aro exempt irom raiiroaa
prants. That a miner holds his claim under
heenrc from the United States Government,
which is not revoked br tho patent or tno
railroad oowpsnr, and w not a trespasser on
the public domain.
"IlAvr.TiiEJURYAORBED?" asked thojudgo
of a court attache whom he mot on the stairs
with a bucket in his hand. "Yc,u replied
Pat, "they havo agreed to6cnd out tor a gal
Ion of whiskey .'I'
Ax exchange says: "The gentleman from
Bibb, in the Georgia Legislature, got tho
floor in Atlanta, tho other night, for - obtrud
ing his sentiments upon gentlemen. Tho de
cision was mado by a ohalr in tho hands of
a gentleman, instead of the Spoakerof the
CtTtE FOR SMALt-P0X. C. E. R. UOWC
sends to the BStii the following prescrip
tion which be pronounces an infallible cure
One grain of sulphate of rinc, one grain of
fox clove (dipUeli)'. mix with a little water
and sugar; then add three ounces of water;
eive the patient a tabletpoonful of this ercry
! hour. At the second hour the patient begins
to feel its cllects by a great senw or comfort,
at the third hour a genial and natural warmth
pervades the systetn and by the eighth hour
the disease is thoroughly arnwttd, no matter
what stage it might hare reached. It can bo
given at any period of the disease. A smal
ler dose for children, according to their age.
One done ht far better than two Taccinations.
It has been used and is being ued with cer
tainly in every case, arresting the disease at
once. It Is used in tho same manner for scar
let ferer, ami with the same podlirc success.
Tn e Radical Lieutonant-Gorernor of New
York, recently made a speech in Broklyn.
and here is the manner in which he alluded
to the Democratic nominee for President: rtI
make no attack ujkw Governor Seymour as a
man. Most courteous and gontle in his man
ner, cultured in mind and persuasive in elo
quence, bis private character is without sKt
Haw to Got or RsnuseuiKD. Brery person,
who toils daily upon a farm in warm weather,
gttould be careful to practice a system of ablu
tion at tbe close of oach day's labor. Soneiimes
he may be so exhausted as to render this any
thing "but an inviting performance; yet by its
owlsdon b an much of tbe rclreslitnent whleh
tbe bears of repose are designed to Impart Clean
Uaoss of person is essential to sonnd and re
freshing slumber, bonce tho labor of keeping
one's person clean is amply repaid by tbe elas
ticity which follows from nightly ablutions, be
fore retiring to rt These aro especially re
quslto daring the haying and harvesting season
when profiiMt perspiration is a certain concom
itant of bard and protracted labor. Keep clean
and sleep soundly, go to bed unwashd and rise
in tho morning unrfrehed, with a feeling of
lassitude which the exertions of tbe day will
hardly be able to remove.