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T.1 E PilCS SIX HERALD.
Friday. ..November 19. IKHC. ITs npioj-ec or thin olUcc. agent otbc 4-1-31 1 s authorized to make purchases or OTitruct debts for and ou account of the 3 c 3A i. D. Xo bills against (he XlEBAr.i will be recognized except for pnrchunes and con- t racis ninde by iae proprietors personally or upon their written ord-r. MAR.CQPA MATTERS. Losa! Events of the Pas Week. As They Appeared in the ''Daily Herald." EATCRDA T. Go'dnian A Co. are receiyie j a lot ef gram to.iiay. 3Ir. St. Ontje, the painter, left for Tufsoa. this morning. Steve Doll'. new coffe stand will be ready for butinc-s iu a few days. A divorce suit is orenpyiiig lhe nt eaiion of the District Court to day. George F. Coats and Mr. Thnl-hciuu-r leave to-morrow for Tiptop. Tuesday night is Uic stated meet it: j ot Arizouti Lixlgc, No. 1, F. and A. 31. Monday niht is the regular con vocatinn of Arizoua Chapter. No. 1, K.A. M. Messrs. S-o!t and S'jerman are doing- the brickwork on B:iliz' new residence. & Ryder ara doing the work on Di. Thibodo's Iloherls carpenter resiceuce. The Ko3er of troops serving in this Departnu-nt, Nov. 1, lias been received. Judge Porter is making a mimher of tasty improvements around his residence. The Phoenix Brss3 Band Lave moved their rooms to the second lorr of Irvine's building. The Vulture mining camp, sixty miles from Phoenix, promises to rqual Tombstone during the coming year. The raffle for that handsome bridle at Jack Walter's saloon comes off lc-ni;jht at 7 o'clock. The winner A seventh edition of that much praised book, t'opp'i H..iia-Dook ol Mining haw, win soon be out: to contain the btute and Territorial minim; laws, and instructions how to examine title, in addition to the lists of Government patents, digest of decisions, and other good things in previous ettit'ons. Its editor, Henry N. Copp, of Washington, D. C, has an extensive Tor:, on the same subject in pr It will give id full the Land Office and Court decisions now in force, and be the authority on United States mining law without doubt TUESDAY. The Board of Supervisors will sit to-morrow for general business. Joe McCafferly, of Tip.Top, and Charles E. Uurdick, of Alexandria, are registered uttne .batik .Lxcu&nge. The official returns as reached by the lioard ot supervisors yesterday differ in no respects from the returns as published in the Herald some time since. Supervisor Lively did not sit witii me tioaru. Jucet y t , i nitryiines. While we hail all new enterprises with our best wishes, yet none has been wished for ia this valley moie than a Xo. 1 gristmill that we have now iu fuil epcration. Though the enterprise ami perseverance ot Mr. Charles Chi isman Salt River valley can boast of having the fourth grist mill ia operation, aud ol the very latest improved machinery that can le rot and arranged under the super vision of a man of f jrty yeais expe rience in the milling business, we are confident I:s patrons can get wh.:t every good house wife wants god flour so that every good hus band can bias of his wife's good ; bread. We had the r.lcasura of tryinr the first sack of flour ground by the new mill and find it equal to 3Ir. Hayden's best. Tlie lueheapc Itoek. c nave reocivru th? annual re port of General O. B. Wilcoj, co;n- mandin-r Ucpartmetit of Arizona. II is a small pamphlet of eight pages, out is printed in excellent stvle and reflects credit on its printer, Charlie Alurbach. From a private letter we learn that the Drill su-ipeuds its ordinarv lisue for a few weeks iu consequence of tiie enforced absence of its editor, Judjre Hcymert, at Florence during tne term of Court. It will be issued regularly however in a condensed form. This morning, llosea Green haw drove a herd of hoirs to Peralla s scales to be weighed. The herd-was composed of 254 hogs and weighed pounds, an average of 206 apiece not a barf average for lings raiseJ upon stubble land, as thev Vtr. Thev have been purchased bv C. T. Harden of Tempe. WEDNESDAY. to The Supervisors ase ia session an v. George F. Coats is back from his Tiy-Top trip. W. AT. Snyder arrived from Bum ble Bee this morning. Messrs. Baltz and Stearns have re turned from their trip to Globe. J. Sampler, of the Vulture, will be in tne city soon on his way tj ban Francisco. in frescott sweet potatoes nre worth seven cents and eggs seventy five cents. Hupposed Fraud. Gila Bend, Arizona, Nov. 7, 1SS0. Editor Phoenix IIeiiald: We the undersigned, voters in Gila Bend voting precinct, know there were but thirteen votes cast during the day, of which seven were Republican. Dur ing the whole time of voting no one was allowed to see the list as it was kept covered up, but we, the under signed, kept watch cf it and know there were but 13 votes cast, 7 being Republican. The returns as given in the IIekai.d of Nov 5th, show there were 21 votes cast. We also ee by the ''Expositor, Nov. 7th, that the returns were not under sea until after thev arrived in Phoenix. We also know the Judges, Inspector and Clerks lobe all Demoi-ruts. S.in:L S. Clawso, C. G. Fci.i.Kit, Garrikl Ai.i.kx, J. 31. Jenkins. Fiied S. C'akscadix. Names o the parties that voted Samuel S. Clawson, Gabriel Allen, J. 31. Jenkins, Fred S. Carscadin, Ed King?!ey, Charles Fulier.l) Noonan, S Benedict, Daly, Wm Burk, Pii'antine Burk, Francisco Noriage (Mexican) aud a Mexican, we do not know his name. A VI re That ix W.ippini Maahool Xo stir in the air. no stir In the pea The shiD was elill a she miirht be: Her sail from heaven received no motion Iter keel was sundy in the ocean. Without either eijrn or sound of their shock The w-ives flowed over the Inchcane nock So little they rose, so Ii:tl they fell. They did not move the tuchcape Bell. The holv ablvt of Abe.-hrothok Had floated the bell on the In' hcane Ttock On the va-cs of the storm it floated and swnuu. And louder and loader its warning run When the rock was hid hy the tempest's ewc:j. The mariners heard the warnin.2 belt ; And then they knew the perilous roe!:'. And blessed the priest of Aberbrothok. The sun in heaven tione fo pay Ml things were iovful on liial duv: The sen-tirds screamed as they sported round. And there was pleasuie in their sound. The float of the Inchc-ipe Bell wis seen, A darker speck on the ocenn irreeu ; Si;- Iialph the ltover walked dock. And he lixed his eye on the darker speck. He felt the cheering power of spring It made him whistle, it made him siujj; His heart was uiithiiil to exee.s; But the Kover's mir:h was wickedness. His c w ;5 on the bell and float : Quoin uo. My men. pntl out the boat. And row me to the Jnchcape Rook. And 111 p ague the uriest of Aberbrolhok." The boat is lowered, the boatmen row, And to the Inrhcapc Hock they go: "Sir Ilu'ph beM ovtr from the boat. And cut the waminij beil from the float. Down sank the bell with a pursiin sonnd; The hubbies rose anit burst aroand. Quoih Sir Kalph, "The next who comes to the rock Will not bless the priest of Aberhrothok." Sir Ralph the Rover sailed away lie scoured the seas for many a tlav; Aud now, crown rich with plundered store, lie steers his course to Scotland's shore. So thick a razc o'erspreads the st-y, Th- coald not see the sun on liifi ; The wind had blown a sale alt dusr At evening it hath died away. On the drtck the Rover take his stand; So dark it is they see lio land. Ou ,th Sir iialph. ' It will he lighter soon, f'or theie is the dawn of the rising moon." 'Canst hear." said one.kithe treakei" roar? For yonder, methiuks. should be the shore. Now where we are 1 caunot tell, liut I wish we could bear the Inchcape Bell." Thev hear no sound; the swell is strong; Thoii-h lh wind hath fallen they drift alou; Till the vessel strikes with a shivering snock O ChrUU it is the Iachcane Roekl Hubert Sou they. TELEGRAPHIC. MESAV1LLE MATTERS. will be a lucky man. The administrator's sale in the estate of Kins- S. Woolsey has been postponed to Dec. 13. See notice in our " adv." columns. All our carpenters report consider- abl activity in-their line. ."New building are numerous, and im- rrovementa are visible everywhere An auction sale of a cooking stove and a sewing machine attracted a crowd in front of the plaza this morning. The prices brought were low. Professor' Clark's einrring school is progressinjr well. 3Ieetittgsare held once a week, on Thursday evenings. At the: last meeting some fifty per sons were present. I he school is free and everyone invited. A grand ball will be given at Wool . ey and Went worth's Hall by the Plicenix Brass Band on the 25th ot November, for the benefit of 3Ir. Charles Be'se. A general invitation s extended to an. i icKets oi ad mission f'j.ou. improper characters excluded. A new contributor hands in the fallowing, dedicated to the lately dc re.tsml jickp.ss, familiarly known as the Exp: Th?; laid his wnren lioofs Ir-jr.jiher. Ti:ey folded his l:irreaiil Sijrcadingeare; lie has irone to rend his ceha AVi:h the m'isic of the spheres. (ionc to ni'Mjt liaucoctc. The EOtial hop given by the Ivtii.shls of Pythias last evening, at their hall, was a'lciided by fourteen t:ouple. Dancing vas continued un til 12 o'clock, and all retired having parsed a pleasant evening. Thcs" liota will be held fortnightly. Oniy members are invited owing to the am si Sue.':- of the hail. Lt. GIa-ord, connected with the military line in this Territory, left this morning for the railroad. Supt. Stewart of the G. & S. stage line will probably arrive ou thi3 evening s coach. WcdJing and visitingcards printed in superb si vie at the Herald Job Office. Sam. Edward's, traveler for "John S. Bowman & Co., ':-.n Francisco, left this morninjr for Globe. lhe Olone road by lieno moun tains should be repaired. Thousands of dollars worth at trade, every mouth goes to Giooe cty that wouiu come to I'hcenix. U the road was ia a condition to travel. The Herald Job Office ha? iur-t finished a brief for Mesrs. Wilkes and 3IcCabe. Our office is prepared to do this class of work at San Fran cisco prices. 3Ir. IIoteTling, one of the late own ers of the Black Warrior mine, ar rived last niirht with his wile, en route to California, to enjoy some of his share or the money received for that property. A man workinir for W. W. Snrder, at Bumble Bee, was lately badly in- jurcd by his learn running away. while near G'hetf, bringing in a load of hay. He is in Phcenix and is rapidly recoverin-r, and will soon be able to be around. Don Abbott has returned from the Southern country. 3Iujor Veil has come b.ck from Globe. 3Irs. Tweed lias arrived from San Francisco, and Mr. Blake, wife and Capt. Kazan, passerl through Phtrnix a lew days since for ban r rancisco. THURSDAY. i W. W. Snyder left for home this morning. MONDAY- WANvrn. A good single room, furnished or unfurnished. Inquire at this office. .Ino. S. Ca.-r. a member of the firm of Wm. 15. Hooper & Co. and iu charge of their interests at Tucson, is in .he city. Our compiler filled to send us cur regular telegraphic budget of news th's in rning, owing In lhe fact Ihat nothing of interest had passed over tiic wires. Some menns should b adopted to stop the reckless discharge of firearm;-, up-B our streets, which of late lus been too frequent for comfort. Pome drunken 3Iexicans disturbed the midnight slumbers of ourcitizeiis last night by a series of unearthly ye!!s with revolver accompaniment The baslile is the place for them. The T:o?s left Sunday morning for lhe Vu'.tnre on a business trip. He will return lo-morjow evening and will, no doubt, have mnch to tell our readers ot that Ecclioa ot the coujly. The '-Pilgrim," a famois tramp at.d a good printer, is reported on his way to A rizona. He is a journeyman in more senses than one and is sup. ;v;scd to be the most traveled tj'-o in the vrcvld all on foot. Some wretch has again been sup. plying the Indians a!wut here with v. hi. -key, and the ninhtly concerts iivea bv these Indians is of a thar- -ictcr that is ncil her charming to the -ar nsr sufficiently musical to ren ier it necessary for us to lose sleep iistemng to it. We learn that a horse race will yV.i- place at Tempe to-day between wo fast stepp'-rs, one from Florence ti i the ether from lempe. Consid rable interest is being taken and iite a sum of money staked,. The Pi.uM.dx Base Ball CJun had a . ..nee game on their croumis yej r.i.ij. "lhe buys sliw themselves j be j'i'i ext eit in lhe frame and romise : i be lhe l-.-uling Club in the crriiory. Tiie ftwtivv and Mef;!-broke" r.r.p niaueili rtisarpeHrnnce. lea, s dies the roan n r li W. J. Seers is expected home from Picket Tost to-day. A meeting of the Red Men to-night. A full attendance is requested. E. F. Lowell is putting up a wind mill on the premises of Have Baltz. Andrew Curtin. late owner of the Black Warrior miue, i3 on his road to Australia. The thermometer stood at 3 o'clock this illuming 24 degrees above zero, and at 7 o'clock 22 degrees, so Post master Mowrey informs us. Supervisor Wormser says 3Iaricopa county's enormous debt will receive his first attention on entering ofli.-e. His knife has b?eu nicely sharpened for the first batch of bill presented A bottle of excellent molasses was received from 31. Wormser, this morning. It was made fioni ca. e grown on his ranch. A Coeka has leased the saloon of Geo. Roberts, commencing with Jan. 1, and will run a brewery in connec tion therewith, and promNcua regu lar San Francisco beer hall. E. F. Lowell a-id J. W. T..tK carpenters, are building the gallows on which Dominguez, the murderer of 'I hoina.'-, will be executed, one week from to-morrow. The hanging will take piace in the Court Ilou.-e Plaza, west of Meyers' stable, and will he entirely public. Superviior Wormser has eight acres of ugar cane, with eight-fool sraiks, all growing well. I ins is Sonera cane. The Sandwich I -lands c ne, distributed hy the Herald, is about half the above height, and proved to be a success, but was danted too late in the season. William Wilkerson, Recorder of Yavapai county.arrived by last even ing's stage from Prescott, and was this afternoon united in marriace to 3Iiss Ilatlie Skinkle of Preset!, at the Hunk Exchange Hotel. 1 v. I. H. Cox performing the ceremony. The hap;y couple leave Ibis evening for California, and will leturu in ab-'til three week-. If the youth of the present day but gave a thought to the injurious ffects of cigarette smoking, and eturdily tried to nyoid the pernicious habit, we : re convinced that both their nuntal and moral well-being would be vastly improved. It has been often stated by good authority that the indulgence of this h bit on the part of our youth tends to degenerate the physical stature of the person who is a slave to t!te cigarette. It m.y seem a graceful accomplish ment to roil the fragile piece of pc.per with dsiterity. 'There may be au innate desire on the Dart of an ambitions youth to arrive at that stage in the process of cigarrlte smoking one swallow the smoke which arises from the tobacco and paper, and let the blue cloudlets find egress through the noe- But we warn our youthful readers that iu becoming such adepts in the art which is rapping their manhoods tiiey have entered on a course which will eventually bring them fo mi eany grave. A physician ia New York recently analyzed a cigirette and found the tobacco was strongly impregnated with opium, while the wrapper, which was warranted to be pure rice paper, was found to be the ordinary quality of white paper whit ened with arsenic. A reectit writer has said that our next generation will be born of pnny-chested, slim legged, saiall-nockcd chaps, and what kind of a generation will it be? Idiors and mouleys! This may seem drawing it rather strong, but we have no doubt that it is in the cinin correct. It is truly shameful to se? a little h-llow not higher than your knee puffing away as if his life depended upon effort, "if needs the most watchful care upon -the part of parents to try and check this lendency lo an evil habit in their childrcn.-"- Phe Watchman. Some News Items from an old Correspondent. "Before the war the South had more taxable property on her rolls than New England and the Middic States combined After the contest and five 3'ears of peace she had sunk 300,000,000 below the New England Slates alone. In 185J forty per cent, of all Hie real and personal property assessed in the United States was in the Southern States, while now we have only fourteen per cent. 'These figures have a deep signifi cation for the young men of our sec tion. In lhe ante-bellum days the South not only held the balance ol political pnwef.but she had thefhian. ml p'ri-ngtli and the intellectual cul ture to control tha uestiniesof the Republic. "lhe generation now coming to mat ni ity have to rebuild upon the new foundations, and rciaia that in dustrial and commercial strength which passed away with (he four years of war. With a climate so at tractive and a soil so fruitful, the re cupcraiion has been as rapid as could have been expected, after so radio 1 a change iu 'he social system, and vc now enter nnon a di cade fall of pro mise: one which vill more than re store the wealth destroyed in the contest, and develop our industries on a more pro peroas anil enduring foundation." New Orleans Picayune. correspondence: op the herald 3Ir.SAViLLK, Nov. 7, 1S80. Ed. Herald Dear Sir: The elec tion is over; the people of the San Pedro valley went to the polls and enjoyed the privilege of ballot with out noise cr riot. A school district has been formed on the lower Saa Pedro, and school is now opened with 3Ir. Gates as the teacher. Farming, stock-raising and niinins are the industries of this valley. On the er.st side of the San Pedro valley lies a great chain of moun tains, cut only by Aravaipa creek. In this chain of mountains recent discoveries of mines have been made. There sre two districts: the Saddle Mountain and Bunker Hill. On the south of Aravaipa creek are several ledges bearing free gold. The Ara vaipa is from 8 to 12 ft. wide in the croppinca. Yejterdav the owners of this min?, while sinking a shaft, found ore that the bet judges say will assay $1,500 per ton. On the east of the Aravaipa is the Triumph mine. This ledge is four feet ia the bottom of the shaft and runs high to free gold. The Aravai pa belongs to Judge Dodson and Parson Groves, and the Triumph to ilessrs. Williams, Smith aud Groves. Two miles south of this camp are a large number of mines. The principal one belongs to 3Ir. Hooker and Dr. Atkinson. Their ledge is 10 feel wide and assays from $100 to ?30O in silver. The owners are rap idly driving a shaft on this mine. I;evelopment and impr9vemenl in mines and ranches is being rapidly carried forward in the valley and mining camps. A. G. Poultry Keeping NEW TOKK'S VSTE. New York, November 17. The official vote of the city is, Hancock 123,015 and Gai field S1.6SG, Weaver 610, Dow 26. THE FORGERY CASE. The Grand Jury is now consider ing the Morey letter case. HONEY MATTERS. Ciiicauo, November 17. An Iutor-Occan Washington special says that the Directors of the Mint estimate the gold coin and bullion of the country on November 1st at $52,700,000 and the bullion at the m:ut SS5,000,000. This does not include coin held by miners and private parties. RAILROAD SALE. Denver, November 17. The Times this afternoon announces a telegram received from New York which states that Jay Gould has purchased the Deliver and South Park IiailroaJ. The purchase money, something near two and a half millions, was paid yesterday. Jay Gould haa been endeavoring; to control the Denver & Rio Grande li. Ii. but has failed through the opposition of General Palmer, President of the road. It is thought that the purchase of the South Park ll.nlroad is made with a view to dictate the policy of the Rio Grande. The two road will have parallel ling to the Gunnison country and Gould hopes to bring the Rio Grande to terms through instrumeatality of the South Park. GENT. MILES. Washington-, November 17. The fact that General 3Iilea bade his soldiers a formal adieu on leav ing them to coaie to Washington, indicates that he expected it to be a final leave-taking and that prob ably he would be appointed Signal Officer. For a lost boy, about the size of a man, barefooted with his father's shoes on, had tin empty bag on his bai k, containing two railroad tunnels unit a bushel of bung-holes. He wore a muftlechop coal with he:in-nup lining. He was cross-eyed at the b ck of his neck and wore his hair cut curlv. tie was born before his eldest brother his mother beintf present on the occasion When last seen he was shoveling wind for the Chicago Conven tion, trying to raise money enough to buy his supplies from the firm named below, me oiienng we now make to Mi 4 11 BUYERS, Phoenix, Arizona. Wholesale and Retail Denier Is one that is bound to stamp ms as the LEADER in I m Establishing Gloss Prices !!" The Proof of the Pudding is in the Eating. GROCERIES & PROVISIONS HOW WE DO IT ! My Immense Success Proves that Customers. I give PERFECT Satisfaction to mv Every Department Complete DRY GOODS! I have now in store, and keep constantly on hand, a'l the LATEST an d j best patterns I am now showing Ablv UU suitable lor the 1-Mtt.b- ENT SEASON. I have also a handsome assortment of Hosiery. Glovss, Ties, Lace, Edging, and Insertions. We Can t Talk. Witnout showing the condition of our teeth. Every laugh exposes mem. in order not to be ashamed of them, let us use that standard dentifrice, SOZODONT, which is sure to keep them white and spotless. jmo tartar can encrust them, no canker aliect the enamel, no species of decay infest the dental bone, if SOZODONT is r. gularly used. It is a botanical preparation, and its beneficial effects on the teeth and gums arc marvelous, as it removes all discolorations, and renders the jfuus hard and rofv. Never pay your You can buy your money foolishly, but buy the most you can for it I S m Goods Constantly Arriyin At wholesale prices at my store. Everything in this department Fresh! Choice! Cheap! A Benefit for the Public ! 1 HAVE REDUCED PRICES ON Dry Goods ! ! Ebtray. Came to ray ranch, on the 2d day of November, two work horses, one white horse, branded of the left hip. thus O, one bay horse, collar marks. no brands. Owner is requested to ca!l at my ranch, prove property.pay charges and take the animals. L. b LOCUM. BOOTS and S My prices will be found to bo Lower than any ether house. Call and Investigate. 3IARRIE1). HTS and APS ! Fresh Roasted and Ground Cofi22 Everv Day. ROBERTS CAFR In Phoenix. Xot. 13. 1SS0. by lhe Itev. Win. Merer. -Mr. O. 1 Koberte, of Fiinix, to ifiss il. Carr, of I .uoeKou, Jiaas. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. I have the latest and newest styles and guarantee to give satisfaction. Chairs, Bracktts, Carpets and Wall Paper ! I have the finest assortment in this part of the country. LOST. On the road between Phoenix and Mesa City. Nov. 11th. a lted Morocco Leather wallet, cmitaiiiins a check ol lhe silver liinif .Minnie C o.. l.xlas pii-'ht. signed bv A-lrin M:isi.u in favor of W. McQueen, for one nnndrutland thirty-three :-lGU. Siat.25) dollars, endorsed iu blank by Vm. H. McOncen. The flnder will nbli-'e b deliv ering it to the cilice of the Phoenix Herald and be eunnblv rewarded. Puvment. i.r cnccK naa Deer stopped, and the other pa pers in the wall a are of no value except to the owner. Phoenix, Norembcr 12, 18S0. COE Af&D SEE. f2E X. ROSENTHAL. AGENT FOR KESCOTT s a L-z -w- xJ at Jt-J The matuiiaclure .f thread from woodier crochet and sewing pur poses has, it is said, recently been started at the A by cotton mill, near the town of Norkoping, in the mid dle of Sweden. The" manufacture ha arrived at such a state of perf c- t coiaetli as dies flp roaring lien to i7.e on his prey, lhe pilgrimage j i;on that it can produce, at a much f these constitution :iy potcriy- ( OW4r pri,.c, tlireaci of a fine finnlity ricken animals haveccrimenced to : a; "Clark's," and has. from this cir l in toward the north of Arizona riniistar.ce. been called thread "a la id Phoenix has lost one of lhe bfst ; ,ri; jt ig wolln(i jn balls by f iu recommendations that of be- i town shunned by these "cnt- rs." Ma see mat last year s warn- ig has been forgotten by them. Seeing t'.ie great necessity of ac .muiodatinir "our large number of istomcrs who reside in the southern iri of San Francisco, I have opened fine establishment for their accom odation. Parties wishing lo pnr ;;se any article from my immense jck ray be assured of getting only st-class nrfjiclos. Itcinvmber the act location of lhe new tstablish nl. No. Kearny Street, west !p. between I Bush and Salter, next Maison DorVe Restaurart. Cncic machinery, cither by band or steam, which, wild the labeling, takes one minute twelve seconds, and the balls are packed up in card-board boxes, generally ten in it box. Plenty of orders from ali pans of Sweden havo come in, but as lhe works are not yet in proper order, there has hardly been time to complete them all. The production gives fair promi-eof suc cess, and it is expected lo be very important for home consumption. Brewer; ror Sale- or I '.cut. At G; Addieai, iett, evcrvlhiaj 7-rrr.t let? Threading members of the Ame rican Mining Exchanee held an in formal meeting recently for the pur pose of taking into consideration the advisability of listing railroad stocks. The meeting in every re spect was a' privare on2, and railed for the purpo-u of ascettnininir the views of the "leaders" of the Hoard, who after a brief dis cussion, were unanimously in favor oi t!i? pro posit ion. t!tcp3 will te taken for railing a general meeting of the Ejtrlmnfp. md at' probnhi citv railroad stocks will 3hcrtly be I ailed. A French gentleman, who suppos ed he had mastcied lhe English language was sadly puzzled one day when a friend looked at lnm and said: "how do you do?" "Do vat ?" "I mean how do you find yourself?" "sr.'iir. I never loses myself. " "iJut Imw do you fecit" "Smooth you jut f in 1 me." Fifty tho-sand women are needed in Aiizona at once, and no questions asked. N. II. Uegisler. Then they won't go. They want to emigrate lo a place where there'll be one ques'ic.u asked Boston Post. And I hey will all answer "yes" to that one quertion. -Exchange. The Uaayraas sntt Ai ixana IS. It The pile bridge has been com pleted from Ardelia Island to the mainland, and a new town bus been laid out on the shore; forty miles of road has been graied.nml sixty more under contract, compl.'ting the line to Ilermosillo. A half milo of track has been laid at Puente tie Arena One locomotive and twenty construc tion cars tne working, and 1,800 tons of steel i &ils have been landed, and rboic vA i way. The road will be coicr.M-iri ard running to nerintv j Ayr-.l. -Star. The market for fat poultry nnd for eggs is so good that every one on the Pucilic Coast whohassuilicient range and attends strictly to business, may hope lo make the keeping ol poultry profitable, provided always that it be not attempted on too large a scale, for diseases are much more danger ous to large assemblages of fowls. In the counties about the bay of S. n Francisco there arc hundreds of small chicken ranches, ofttn of only a few acres in extent, and the unvary ing testimony is that a fair and secuie living is made. Warm and sheltered ravines in the foothills are eminently adapted to this business. At this season those who intend to commence the business, as also those who wish to enlarge their operations, should hi eramiring the stock of various poultry breeders, and making arrangements tor purchases. Unty young birds should be bought, the old specimens laying badly, aud late in seasou. Per those who have but a limited space at their command, as in a city lot, the Black Spanish and the Brown Leghorn are iwo of the best varieties. On the farm it will most assuredly pay to ra:i the poultry department with the same care that is bestowed npou dairy and livestock generally. A hen of average qualiiy will lay 11 dozen eggs in a jcar. The guano produced" by a flock of poultry will pay 10 per cent upon lhe cost of houses, fences and other necessary arrangements. A bushel of corn led to poultry ought lo prodace from nine m twelve pounds of live weight, and by rererring to market prices one can easily reckon as to the cost and profits of poultry. Young poultr3' during the warm days of autumn when the weather is changeable, are apt to lose flesh and look mopish and dull about the comb antl plumage. They grow feverish and the crop is found to be lull of undigested food. Put the affe cted bird iu a warm, airy, dry cop keep without water for a day, and feed with bread soaked in milk or ale. The next day "give water with iron in it. If begun in time this course will cure a bird in less than a week. The following brief notes may be of service: Fumigating fowls when troubled with vermin, is practiced by placing them in a close ccop and burning sulphur within. Care must be taken not to overdo the matter. 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