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l'RESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, DECKMBKft 26, 1808.
mii pi i mi mm mmm
liberal cHSjssjhdSjt 1 tMMnilt
tor from San Francisco.
rOSPKNCE Of ARIZONA MINKIi.
iWf Sax Fka.ncisco, Dec 3, 18C9.
4l)tiiiOiIiNra: I think I ree you treading
' JSJK'-'UV' 'rom J'our "icc "wn to ,'oc
nn MoJ?er'i through the snow. Your manly
4 oo forwjK a littlo )lnchl by the frost, and
2 50 veer Iv4l countenance bears evidence that
25 , yoi are after a "nip." Well, It will do you
(Joed, and afterward, what say you to a walk
tisVilossgomery street, just to seo what's go-
ijjfiPHJ.. Good I Well, oomo along, lloro
Montgomery and Washing-
lr U 7C IWexWe' i taken at txir in payment
Tcriti,T"bl' In ailvanc r.
JIISIIMAWOX . IIESJ. II. WEAVER
i) rectory of Yavapai County,
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TKttMS Or Odl'KTA:
,trVt (Vmrt-llnt Mo4ijr k JUf. 1 IXrf Ma-
iviaro or ewnnvisoRS.
K J Uwk. A. J mmU n4 U A. Swt.
. irdiwrfrwi Uw TV t-tlT to J .Miry, ArtO,
ameratr tf t-rCr'rncr
tea ftHk K'.rhangc, you know. Kbit-well,
rT if I I ai4ilmn tnkt snrlllimr.
biTer I do, it's about this time in the
trmKrTice jhaco that llank Exchange,
iPillUOiie of the old staml-bvE. Out
Beautiful and AfTectionata Love Letter.
The following boautiful lettor (soys an ex
change), U said to urpaj?" in eloquence and
I)tho anything of tbeJ.'ind ever written. It
was addressed to a young man in Dyemburg:
Dvr.Rsntnn, Aug. 5, '08,
My oyji dear Pleat. j livery time Ltblnk
of youmy heart flop up and dgwp like a
churn-dasher.. Sensations of tinntteHWo Joy
caper over it like young goaifl over a stablo
roof, and thrill through Jt like SpuUh nee
dles through tow-linen in- crs. A-.agoslin
swininietb in delight fa n siui-puMlc, to
swim I in a ton of glory 4 Vwione of ecstatic
j rapture, thicker tlmii tlitair or a uHtcuitg
I Imisb, and brighter tlitrjifce hues on & hum
' ininR bird pinion, virfj me in my lumber,
and borne on their invWblc wing,your Iroiio
j Maw b.'fore me. and I retch out to grasp it.
I iike an old jxrinter ampying at a Woe bottle-
tlv. When I first beheld yourmintly perfoo
1 ti'ons I was bewildered, and my brain whirled
Southern Paciilc Railroad.
The San Kranckoo Alia, of the 5tk inst.,
gives its views on this subject, m follows:
" An mwociotion entitled the Snn Diego
and Gila Southern l'arille ILnilroad Coinmny,
incorjforsled about fourteen years ago at San
Diego, nd still in exiitence, is working by
lobbyists at Washington to ?curc a subsidy
forJtaelf and to prevent the granting of a
subsidy to any other Company, partly U
CHtiie the granting of assistance to a near
an'l parallel road would interfere with its
chances of success In lobbying, and the build
ing of another road would perhapi entirely
prevent the construction of its own. Oen.
ItotecrMM haa iuUraiteJ himMilf in the Sun
Diego scheme, and is using his influence with ' Ktmic Clara....
inetnbers of l; jnrrw in ravor or a road to i uruz
Official Veto of California.
As a matter of future roferencc, wc glvo .
the oilldul vote of the State of California by
counties for President : .
Sau Diego Iv3
Dos Ahceles 7-8
San liuniardlno 263
Son Louis Gbkpo..
! tBrWWHhe opposite corner, you see the an-1 around like a bumble -bee under a glass turn
pie venders driving their littlo trade. The J bier; my oyes stood open liLe cellar doors in
.Metropolitan, you perceive, is lit up, but we
won't go there joor acting. Hulow the
nerner here, on Washington, you see the Vjc
minrr bulletin board; but there's nothing
(tartllng displayed on it. IaU of these ieo
pie aro.direetlng their steps to JIagulre's Op
era ileu-m. " After Dark " i good jiiocc,
and ccrtinues to attract crowds Wbeatldgb
rislncis & Trofcssioiml Cards.
Dr. J. N. McOANDLESS,
I'HYMCIAV A.VH W17KC5KO.V,
(L f ttt 17. 8. Army.)
trt UiwttWi iitkt 1f t I'M! 4 ikUf
n W1 taU bofi. tt "t" pnttttAmOf
tl itU'2k,ti Atii ii. tau't flcm, JWtMM
a ooiintrr town : and I lifted nn my oars to
catch the silvery accents of your voice. My
Umgne refused to wag. and in fcilent adiaim
tlon I drank in the sweet infection of tore, as
a thirsty roan swallows a tumbler of hot whis
kv nonch. Since tlie Hsrht of your face fell
I upon my lift, I sometimes feel ae if I could
; lift myself by my shoe straps to the top of a
) church tede. Day and night you are in
mr tbouehu. "When Aurora, bioefaing like
is as good a over, and Kmelie Melville is pa- a bride, rse from her ssuTron couch ; when
thetlc and pretty; but we haven't time to go the Jay-bird jripes hi tuneful lay in the apple
to see them to night. Ivet's go along Mont- j JuTi VJ
,. T .. f deer's shnll clarion heralds the coining morn;
gemory. Don t you remember that young j whm thp ftWtkwittl pig fl, rroinls bed
fellow across the street? Of course you do. i anj (j, rortj, for mornintr refreshments;
That ' nn llensley. He's In the street-car I when the drowsy Iwetle wheels il droning
ad:crtiiRBsbBMne?3Ww; lioin? lu'll make a j flight at sultry noontide, and when the Sow
, . 7n t. v- . ..... ins cows come home at milking time, I think
fortune. There goes Kmperyr .Norton, rusty I . ik, a f w e!a'c my
as cvor. That qrowd in front of Parker's is 1 MflSirt nmi t stretch clear across my bosom,
rathered about Si. Stow, lie's talklne bet i Your liairls like the mane of a sorrel horse.
run south of the Gila and terminate at Saa i M4 a0'-'
n-n-m Y.-.-t in r.-u.-r! fn flu which it ! ranCISCO
is to fallow ewt of the Uio Grande, it seems
that neither be nor the Comrany have come
to any fixed opinion. In a letter addressed
to a gentleman in aan Diego, lie writes as u g, Jowiufn 2,101
the KepresentatiTM cf Arkansas, IvnaeaMe. TnoUssne yl
Iraiiana, Texas, Missouri and Kanwie would Mono 148
work together for the Gila line, but they j Calaveras 1,1 3
would want at least three branches east of Asdor 1.1W
the Kio Grande, terntinating at Galveston, 1 YA Drado 1.0.C
.Memphis and St. Louis. Mfeori and Kan- SswatMnto 3J3
, of eourte, liavu eomklerable interest eon- j i,!; iff
nected with the middle uanaeontinenUl route, V ,2T" 'T.
L.I Utl. .....I.I V.. A ' k.f. n .1 rttiM. - - ' 1 - ......
ed to cross ike Itocky MoenttirH as ftr south
The eiUzens of San Diego have their local
on some point or other. Her we arc at the
WWfss ofikc ; list everything i qoiet; since
the Supreme Cotirt dedded in favor of D. 11.
Hoffman as Elector, there's been no thrilling
atmoencemcnt to stick up in big letters on
the window. This little, dirty street Is .Mer
chant a place of law and guod restaurants.
What a fine now market, inst finished, and
L ....... rTttyf , At, i f i -t-
I Vfininia tret? Tit ""St ttfir
RNEV AND i liZ ,
painted sritn gold, ami the brans slide of yemr
SmnMetiLste neck-tie fills me with unbounded
aw. Your forehead w smoother than an old
coat, and whiter than seventeen hundred lin
en. Your eyes are gkrks to behold. To
their depth I s legions of little Cupids bat
tling and flgbting Hka cohorts of anta In an
old army cracker. When their lire bit me
full in the womanly breal it perforated my
entire anatowv like a kd of bird-ehot would
rn LhroUL'h a roltm apple, lour no is from
TUT. inu tuu laicu a guuin " .. , .
I1 iclks mu better thari ol yore, doesn't it1 j
Kw, wo b&vp reached Clay .street. As you -iml ,1, Gf nfledel
ntnnlnL' throuch to Clav. lwk un the other
" ' . 1 . " m .. . . t. J .L
war. and you catch a cllmpw or tbo I 'lam. a oi rarwn nwroie, ou yor muviu
looey on a bear's paw,
rri&ds of united red kisses are there
l(i .lown. " fco msny houses being re- rcadv to v oat and lfabt Kimewhwx' like
r tAicil or rsbtff.t. What's the matter with blue birds out of their jarcnt nest Your
I hem 1 Eartfaqtake, of course. Ik this lit- kugh rings on my oar Idee the wind harpV
I. i ii A tr M strain, or the West of a Mray lamb on the
iiic hcii uuw u iu i-vuiwi.. v ... , J!U Th .jimMia jj. TOur CHOCKS
i are like bowers rn bods of roses, or like hoi-
; t7A. K. DAVIS,
OIIN'SY AND O00KSBLOR-.VT.I.AW.
Moaave CKy, Arltoa Territory.
F. X HOWARD, M. I).,
hungry printer, ft 'tor
night's work on the
he has finished his
Napa . 752
Chrmlde and on the lows in cakm of home-made sugar. I am ay-
TWfbmc to get his sandwich and his ; ing to fly to yoar jirnce, ana to pear oat
i 1 ' , . ., . , ., , . , . toe ijurmnr ewquenrc oi mr lore as a wnnj
beer. That dlgmflcd, if ruly, old chap lew.- j fiW. Away from you
ing against the comer, is, jvcrbaps, the vcri-1 j atB M :BfaiK!v)ly as a sick rat. SomeUmes
Uble "bar-room statesman" of the Clmmkit. I oan beer the Juncbssg of deovticy bstz-
Hore goes Mayor Frank McCoppin. There . ring In my ears, and ft! liaards of des-
r, Dave Heleon. with bis eves on the ! P?lr creirW dwn my bark ; uiKWith fears,
o - - , 0
interests to sabsen'e, and of course are right
in attempting to bnild a road outh of the
Gila, with U terminus at their town. San
Francisco, on the other hand, would prefer
that the lkst Southern Pacific Ilaiiroctd
should be built about latitude 35s, crossing
the Colorado near the southern point of Ari
zona, and running through the Tulare Valley
or along the coast of California. The Gila
road wonld pass through very little fertile
land m California; toe Uttrty-llttn parallel
road would ran for atleast four hundred miles
through fertile district, which would thus
Ik? brought near to uxv'k- '. and enriched. It
is the desire of the Saa Franciscans to haTc
alt that i? possible done to develop toe ra
rourees of the State, and that motive will
bve more weight with tlie general pnblic of
California than any other. Some persons
fancy that San Francisco believes that if San
Diego sBoaM be tho terminus ot & transenn-;
tinental railroad, she wonld be a dangerous
rival ; but wo have yet to find the person
here who entertains that view, or that ba.s
the lesst atmrebension on that core.
Tlie main question, however, 5s not which ! not be depended upon as bebg at
road would do us the most good, but which rate.
one can wo get soonest and at the least ex- j When on leld has been measured cor?
pense. It should be to poiiCT oi tne aouiu- rectly, a m jiows exactly now mucn sceq
ern 1'acific Rsilroed men, who are working will be required to put it to grain, and also
for the general progress of the count.' y and i the exact yield per acre of any crop he may
not lor that of eoiw- little spot, to consult ! tee fit to put upon it. A light pole just sir
carefally among thetneelvus awl find out ' tees and a half feet long, is a cheap and con
what project is the strongwt, o that they j venient measure; bat a four rod tape .line, is
way eomutne on mat. w Katevcr taey agree mnru better.
MiusBitisc Lino. Almost every farmer
has some way of measuring land, and the
most common is to step oft five paces ' for i
nxl, and call sixty by seventy-five yards an
acre. For common purpojos this mode will
answer very well, but when the exact mcas
u rein ont of a ptecc of land is desired, it can-
r JAMGS P. BULL,
, Ut Clark, U. S. OmmUtiontr ami lltmter,
llardytllte, .MetaireOwetr. Artiee.
UOtKSALB ASD KBTA1L DEALER IS
Groceries and Provision!,
. ihg, DnfOd; ITU'
r At the old wnd formwly ocouplM by H.
, I.X. VXZ. Atiron.
Hl.nk 3III"B ClMlletalm IJted,
ll nnd Oriirr-I l'orrif..tlloriit)-,
fnr.rn.lt at tUt illnrr 0c.
ciipu Fm no. l. cows
'ApS&: - : A.G.DD.
like a thoveand minnows, nibUing at wy
1 aiiri' ssi mv mmj! w ""rr-w! t?Ttg wtg
OUOUIS, H! ail WW twrai WWIim n.ws
per. My love is troop for you then the
smell of old ijatter, sweiuex ksnc, or the kick
of a mnle. It i unrer than the breath of a
j ouog cow, and more unselfish than a kitten's
first oatterwaul. As the onc-binl hungers
eld crov.,1 round Ute What Cheer House, for the lieht of day. the cautious httJe mouse
down there. Cp sSTalicrc is Judec John-1 w the fresii btoon in the trap, as a lean pup
ion's ofUee-Hutory of ArWyp know. v1 TJZZ
This book is about to be published byUnrta 'iTna vh r5iA in Whum
ground, as if ho were studying out the groat
question of the national finances; we won't
disturb Wm. Where's Cook? Don't know;
hid away somewhere; most likely, we'll find
him diving around, in and out, among the
Oild Fellow lodges.
Sacramento street. The
KEIIK'S CHEAP STOKE,
.e KAt ltoora of lbs Old OepUol Bntldlng.
North Hide of tse Plaza, Proscott,
' i wish to purebasc
il-ticcrie and Provisions,
Liquor, Can Fmiti, Clothing,
irtWnic else needed by you, fe Iftrt mm
U saJao n bo bong W fur Mfwhwj ,f
P. Ward A- Cc that's m'c. tho "Co." and
rill be very handsomely printed, and will
succeed. I'll send you a copy of the first
mmbor, in about two weoks. We pas Harry
&i PatlenV, Wells, Fargo A: Cb.'s, and reach
California stmt. Wc are near the AUa and
7Wnt olllccs. We near the splendid Mer
chant's Exchange; also, all the other mag
nljiccnt buildings that have been put tip on
this street banks, insuranco olllccs, and all
thxt sort of thing. That rami we pawed is
just ont of tho pest houeo awfully pitted,
ain he l Well meet lots of them. There's
WJ&JRcH over in the corner. You know
JanisiaUlIe been working politics lately.
HSreVtho Anatomical Museum; n tine col
lectSn'on must go in some time. Here
goea Colonol Tyson; looks fine, don't he 7
He's going to White Pine, ihortly. And so
weigo along to Market, soeing the hotel,
not(ng the progress of Masonic Hall, awl seo-
ibo fasbion awl tho Imndwiwo cllplay
dooshnat fixed in
moiises, and brighter than the topknot plu-
mage oi a jiueoovy uock. ioh sxw ubkij
kisses, raivlw, ;wund-ctike, and sweetened
toddy, altogether. Jf these few remarks will
enable you to see the mtide of my soul, and
me to win your affections, I shall be as happy
as a woodpecker in a cherry tree, or a stage
hotc in a green pasture. If you cannot re
ciprocate my thrilling jnusion, I will feel ter
rjWc bad, and I will puie asvay like a. poison
ed bedbug, and fall from the flourishing vine
of life, an untimely branch. AnJ In coming
years, when the shadows grow leng from tbo
bills, and tho phikophic frog afno his even
ing hymn, you, happy in anotbtr love, can
oome and drop a tear and tot a clod upon
the last resting place of BcttLA.
nnoo. wiil. wc doubt not. be accepted here
a aatisfactcry. The cownteiion of a Southern
Pacific Itoad, or the grant of su indent sssigt
ece to secure ita completioe, is a want of the
coftfct ; and quarrelling among the different
route and the delay of aetLi on any i one
of thv chief uSQfitrn tO be fe&fvd.
We are inetined to believe on general prin
ciples that the roete about the thirty-fifth
nendlel would have mire friend in Coagrcss
than that on the thirty-second. A glance at
the map shows that the former i the shortest
route of coanrankation between the main
aeatrasof p-JpuHtion In the Mississippi Val
ley and on the Pacific CcssL St. Iuis and
Memphis would prefer to crow the Rio G rande
at Alboqucrqoe, ami New Orleans and Gal
veston could connect with a read there al
most as conveniently s witn one at lii t'aso.
The Maryland Farmer civos tho followtnir
table of distance by wincn an exact aero can
5 yd's wide by 908 yd's long, contain.!
" 004 "
1 1 i.
Size or Nails. The following table will
show any onj at a glance the length of tho
various sizes, and the number of nails in d
pound. They ard rated 3-ixm ny up to 20-pcn-
Thc inlluenee ofStLouts, which has already ny. The first column gives the number,'thB
Tub Conii NaI'oi.bos. iWhen Napoleon
the I, was forming the Code Napoleon, be as
tonished the Connoil of State by the readi
ness with which he illustrated any point In
dtwHtosion bv ouotlntr whole passages oxtem-
pro. from the 1 toman civil law; a subject of! fiTe
run a railroad out a hmg distance to the soutli-
west, win tic csfpeciauv HKn.ul yuwnw
natelv no Southenvfa.tteFcan camular.i tb(
trade of lhrMftdd';"llourishiBi: coniinu
ties in the interior of the continent
those of Colorado, tub, Nevada and Idaho,
the traf'e of which has materially aided the
Central and Union Pacific Companies to budd
their roads and fccli their bonds.
econd the length in inches, and the third the
557 nails pcr.pound.v;
333 " -
A It IVI AND COLD
A OTTO'S Htw BUarlug wt lllr Cattlog SVa,
Mor.Uiura Hlrtct, Prescolt, Arizona
?" BUrlnjrJlIslr Catting, In the tnatl fPV
in tiicjcnelry snnp winuowf.anu piancncttc,
and? what not? Hilloa! what's this I Tho
Grecian bend, by Jovol and a genuino caw,
too;-no half-svay business about that panier.
Gas6 Un't it? Woll, Pin getting tired, some
dayi when wo have time, maybe you'd like
to go around and soo tho uamagos caused by
the drthquake, and tho now drj dock, and
tho YjiMion, and the hundred otuer points oi j
iutcnat. It. !
Oii Sam Latbrop, tho clown in Fore-
jtaiigll's circus, has got tho bono question re
duced to a science, no ay wiu nmo iuho
got tdl pet up at 5.20 nnd work till 10.40 in
orderthat tho bondholders may be in bed
until 10.40 nnd retire at 7.30. 'Hie
weaniiig of 5.20's is, that it tnkes the labor
,.f tuuntv men to suiiport fivo bondholders
in idleness. The laboring man gets $5 of
his earnings and pays 20 to the bondholder,
limiibt untirelv Ibreisn to him. as his wnolc
life had been jkims1 in the camp. On being
.kd bv Trt'llLard how bo kid aetiuirud o
familiar n knowledge of law, be replied :
"Whon I was a fientenant, I was once un
justly put under arrest. The small room as
signed for my prison contained no furniture
but an old chair and cupboard ; in the latter
thore was a jionderonB volume which proved
to bo a dices of the Human law. As I had
neither paper, pens, ink nor lencil, ynu may
cosily imagine this book to have lieen a val
uable pnzo to mo. it was so uuikj j nu iu
leaves were so covered by marginal notes in
manuscript, that had I been confined a hun
dred years, I need never havo been idle. I
was only ten days deprived of my liberty ;
but on recovering it, I was saturated with
Justinian and tho decision of tho lloronn
legislators. It was thus I acquired my
knowledge of the civil law."
Wiibs men break their hearts, remarked a
cynical writer, It is the ame as whon a lob
ster breaks' one of his 4lars another sprOut-
lug Immediately anu growing m " iv.
Masv for Potato. I will give you a
receipt for raising potatoes, thnt is worth the
price of your paper for oae year, to any farm
er that is short of manure. It Ls as pood as
the beet superphosphate of lime, and It will
not cost hnlf so much. I have tried It two
years, and I am satisfied it is good on dry
bind. Take one cask of lime nnd Black it
with water, and then stir is one bushel of
floe salt, and then mix in loam enouzh so that
it will not become mortar; it will mike about Ililock,
Put in a half pint in a hill
jCTfc3.tennvrl inch 557 nails ncr.nound.i
; li Inches 353 - - m.
21 " 141 " "
Ftora tlis table an-y
nndluitaole sizes for i
WArBR rcmriBS Am. Set a pitcher of
water in n room, and in a few hours it will
have absorbed nearly all the rocpired gashes
in tho room, the air of which will have Lq
oome purur, but the water utterly filthy.
The colder the water is tho creator tb oa-
rowitv to contain those gace. At
iewraturc a jwil of water wiil contain n pint ner0
of carbonic gts, and several pints of ammonia.1 qj j
Tho cnjiacity is nearly uouoieu uy rcaunng
the water to tuo temporaturo oi ice. uence,
water kept in a room for a vtfhilo is alwa3's
unfit for use. For tho samp reason the water
from a pump Miould always lie pumped out In
the morning, before any of It is used. Im
pure water is more iujuiious than impure air.
jppputTios ok JarsxasK "
f the Aew lorHVnt
at mikt, who has recently visited
dtwirthe population of the ni'
&IIIO 860,000 Nagasju
ka a0.000 111
Ifteto. .... 208,000 Yokr
llEtbatmskoshisson worthy of esteem
by giving him a libfrsl edueation has a far
belter title to Jils Wdin nw duty than
ho that gives to him a largo estate without
Hi'Mons or the SotTTjir .
1 mint illtutmtinn svaaVl )
t rdinarj uhtr iJmulana-by a- nirr...
i equality, as rolkv
Almighty made de ;T -
made do black man
make cm nulOn else. ' ;
he roost on de fence, . '
do ground, l ou mr -
fence, and he get.ii
.wings but spmehov
get hack on do ten'
on de fenco and b