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   Mexican Times (Newspaper) - January 1, 1867, Mexico, New Mexico                                - -r MINERALOGY, AGRICULTURE, LITERATURE, COMMERCE AND POLITICS. \ \ J K I'LUKIM'S UXUM. .An Amu-.h-an N.\tio>*a i. .So no. writfkn itv ("ai'taix G. \\\ t/rrn.K. Thoueh inanv and hri�ht ;ui: the s-tars that appear In liral fl- boundless dominion alone,- 13t;l ihat banner, whose loveliness hallows thr air. And ilieir tm-tto of "Many in one." We art- manv in one, where there Hitlers a star In tl.e Idne of the heavens above : And "}r.n;t> >liaiJ tjuaii mitj their dungeons af i r, Wh* n Hiv gaze on that motto of iuve. ft .-ha!I irh-am oei the sea. mid ihe b.dts of Ui- storm. Ov, r ti-u-peai, and battle, and wreck ; A:�'i (Line wle-re oi.r tjiins with Lh�ir Lhu'i- d� r i�iow waiju. 'N-::h the U�hm1 �! i!ie slippery dfr.k. 'i iif; t>p;-:es�'d �i li�e eji r J h t'� Ilia',   fin.lard "Wlni.vri ii- t-i'd-i ?ha 1 he *prp:*d : An'i tb*- exile sdiMi f- fl 'tis his nwn nalive Wii.Mt: it- >:ats ?hall llo.it nv#?r les head. Ai.d l}..-r�- >':�rj.- >h*i( increase, till t)ie ful- { i'l t trie I-* m li'-ifcs nf r;vrh s h:lv Tji�-�-h our hiuud. 1-ke r�ur river-, shall T)ht-1' � tit i'T /;?'.*// in r-u �' '-rr.'t        'rr hind* l't the rest >tf l'"C won't:      >:rt art''. j   .� �       ---- ;     ��-��-................................ in inr ] Lnoij hares ; th�� el- j travel to fr-ejirilt- a goodlv and reaflable. v,�i. 1 rhicli Mexico provider I ijee :ir��i:t it.    W'ha chaiity U in \\\* moral, ir^i^o royaler, he cu:t  ; n  tb-  no-on  \ , ihe tsM!en\il w.odd. and irmninir of Decemb-r : as rh.*ri?v U sij I to rover a multi-u h? of ^iii^ ^> do s *-!i�^ m^itii sh.ed Ii'r li^'ht m> t-iid'-r:v �iver die il. f.i:mitu*> Tvh;i !i hv dav are si otr�t.-ive ti� the s'0;;;irner �ri the ra-pita! �tt the Moeleznina's tli,it>li-- even makes jihinj5**t�f beauty h^ulders. *� I must, trv ami       old i ana Ira* h t> p*new.    I suppose we may as well once, l)a!!a^'. ' He hH the room, followi d by H trnet. ' o'o!g- Hailas sat over ihn firo in an at-tiu: (e  ii evr.i of tho*-. \yU,. v.ir alter year I trradti.tllv liis mind, usuallv eonl ;;n>t nn- 1 nt lrom either the count: v or .! u-r. �i--ial!v  r.^iti-i   hv   Atiwrn-;i:i : ruled more �jon�| liumonred than before, j t- he m*-e;i"*r'*d the. room, soherly attired. ' .t-i bee.ime a  ui :n irnin-x to do business in ^^^^ ; ill* t")iv. *l Dun'l h- down ii"artfd ; the old j lady will k-ep i:e;* wjrd. I) >:i'l he afraid ; j aili, in tile uasin li:n�% We'll pull tbron^ii. ] I'nt yout eoal mi, and riouie. aiutiir. \uu il "ivr* it-' some �!iuiieif  Haniet, won't you I j And i!' DeHiifi ruils, a^k htsn tti j>>tn �s. lie . wi.,U/* he continued, with a lavish, l>e-j ca.i^e he. believes in tavern iliii:**rs, iiiid 1 pots in fai h in ours. We're snobs who live i in I'utwiinr*. Ofvtr^e. yun know; but he'll ' droi* m i^e evening f-�>t eno? ^h.:1 i "i':.e appltratiuii l.i .Mr. Shadrach proved ; .-i I't'eas:!!*, an 1 (.jt-orije Oal;:is leinfiied with \>\ "Wan Koiiili to Jiis ludorinirs, more tirmlv [ ti'd to him i^an ever, hj lUc strong bond ; ct an iiiere.-ised ruo.'ievohit jatiou. j * 1 IVtMty tidy Lexiiis, weren't they !M � H-oitJ) a>krd U.dhis, vrhrii he had told Ilar-, rm I. in answer to her anxious questioning, ; ;? ;  an e.er-buru- : illU.r,,!s.    J):iy aftwr day h, sp,n:. several   a tlowery Wilder^ of acaeia, convoivu!,., | Ion. .,au,e ihu, a royal Vesi ienoe."   The eartu-', oleamJer, and other shrub.*, dest:tu:e : hi if - �*ath� Uat is "nmniere^tiiir;/' The one of human interest exempt a f�-tv s-jiiiiid In � strikirttjly tiiu; hud dinif in th- wuA-- - itv is dian Villages, With ihe uitghtv peak of On- j the Moie. i i. or Seh.vol  of Mia--.  :he ta>t zaba. (rownin-r ,,ver it lrmu th��. inlan.i �hs- = Ie^:u;> I ft hv the Sp:im.-!t U venun nt t� tmce,  is probably even  now not   mueh ] tin* Mt-xiean na:iim. nr.- desue to {,<,^ huiwh oi the morny hours in the rf;vt di.it;enl!v et^n^ed m th-lorever Haunted before .us ey,!s-became i Conation of his new Comp.tny-a .rr:.�d hauntiM], to.., by an unreasonable and blind ! umieuukin- f,r work:r.� some nrvdv-h*-animosiiy M the .^ra;--er: who combined j rovered .live.-mines ir: �he IhaziJs ; and dav (.nine .ih.!.fclr, Ue.uo-,,    -aid Routh. * ho f vice w.i h weh re^ulatei . ronoiny, and the . SiU jr�t�       tin- h�<:vivveh..H da.fn-   and unbndled imlulg-iico ut Ins parous wi h l ilis c msnmmate knuwled.re of the nv7,M re eomph te eoldne.s ol hetil hud codings �l* j W:iirJl.(! hv the sle idv plo-ress winch the temper. Kouih h;i4�o knowledge of iVum-'s ; undertaking madr.   ' real position in lit"i\ hut li�d he a convi-.;i. r.p-; ha-. | however, suecumhed to tl;c diiniinio:i of ito- ,t t r'l'J ,ri"l"-,r�'y o/n-es ,.f T.�keri!io�vc- j iate-t tavmbrr, the railwaV to  Veri Cmiz that il liutl t)�*e.n, ldi�: his owk, that ul a r-i-tj. 1 , . r i ... r   l,...Jti. ;,1P..,;r..r -  .n... i '......:   \t ( i , it      i i    ,        r � r�   niir*.-: �iuli in^mrer^ , jrou i .       t:nj .u�*.viu�. winch at nresent ih-p^sir.s ies^onal swindler, he Would iy.tvv  h. -:n a . ..r.^ers wuh  m �he sea, at the ihre.lnhl ol Ins own ocrupuiion and his own protits very * ' .   .   . - considerabi v. \\ e   V dune \v.�u! I timl M-xi.-.i it hvrent tr.cn ,m Kn^-!:*di eitv.   1 o 'Lrine the fodowi'it* >:ub>ti'n"e a ji^Acng^rs ;u u temporary wriiTiris >oua-' w i!i i v"i-w tt> tinr-- rxpf*-liiitit^ ifl.vt-rv nf Ttieref When the cuufrnncfe Harriet Came to a co woman visibly troublv been lor some time, as the table, on whieh h-r elbows r->ttd, hrf ; the hr.iker/sauh'the next we- k mnst *ee it ! can devise. Notwithstanding the  natural . receive letters, sitha th ' vuiir in il 1 tsi^v. j iWvvr ini:,d ahoTjt 'Ar^."' s.iid K eni busineas i> to ; eat yotir >iiuncr. " | Stewart K^UJh had thrown oil" his low '. s; it its, a ;d ha i a.d but s iceeed.-d in ri��?ii;o; ; CiiOi^e Uali.fi \f,,ui Kind!;"- eonviVi.,i Ol.ly orea-�.�oaiiv  �;uarse, tie w.�  a d..ngr-' ro'isly pha-ant m-u at all  tini* s, an i       ) � m ci.dlv so �o W *or.re is   when H .liM-t ! Iir*-!\"       1              :i it J   }r i" Jimioij-", ill- t ;tii�l  o :i:nti. man wln.^e enviable kn.-wled^e uf 'life" : li ol been the lir.-t in" .i on. thnoiirh wh'eh ' he hi.l :i: it.   U'eui"-*  had   forgotten , tti" renewed bdi and hi-, t.r.e tVJ-uv tor a i wid.e, win.u the tu.-ti ion t.f i**anc'^ naoie ' rei'al'eti i� t.� h.- m>-morv. 4i Has l.)e.tne l� en ie:r. . lUrrv !'*  aike I � RiMnii ' No, .Stewart. I have h�*�ii at home ili � day. but he has u d ua led. " Ah - d'di.'t  happen   n vaul infl , no d..';(>:. " H � work, and sud'ering. When at Ite.^tn she j ,.,(|!?e u% H roiiditi..n of imminent crisis, had arose irom her chair wi.h an imp nn-nt , nc(.u productive �f uofinjr r.t w or remark-rhiver, dark eirrh-s were iou:�.J her bine eyer, j :th\ tl.IICl. ttftiwr*v Dallas. Thn: un t her pure \vax*n I'mnpit-xion iofik'd ini- k and yei'.ow; She lighted a caudle, turned tb" e;asi)ut. and Went for a moment fo the win luff. Tin* ecld i;ray linht w.ts h-^innini; present-/"fi^i/ftf.-, j x-oiei*jn ct uics oi i.i.i'.iin | __ _ _ ifwewcrfinot told that the driver of th? \ arri apt to ulk of our natonal siitVn-ssof regular diligence had been sliot dead upon ; tlemeanour. Perhaps ve em h.irdiv tlenv his box a few weeks before Mr. Buhook j the truth oi the impeachment. but wv may passed by that road. : f,-d soni � sarisfacftou in refiert.m�r wiih Mr. Thackeri-.y say* snmnwhers that t*.c hen   Hnliook  that, it w,i are     ff, we cannot si- is to >�y. on ihe sni faee of it. He. Wiissttil . !iradi�:g th*: desultory !i'e of a man wh*i, j w-th an :ru d better deeds and nobler aspirations. . i, � steamer t ireet fr^m  Holland, walk I are.    No/bin- savs Uv. strikes a stranger giOHiny. 4(Jnr w !; -iid. hi): aiond. ;h .-lie piiiled :h  t*dl on  the popunii'itv of the paper (or wh: ::ir:rr-s :i[i I . u-.^v w-.uld in p-.o|(Jiet..r>..    {.ieor^. Dallas \v.t t one. wtifd rain** 'nan Mr . h.:iaeter lh; le. were many con-j that no one who.se main obj�rt is lhu: see- \ mo.-pher- mt � eoo^ni:�i li::�p.:e-s but t\�r j tsa '.irinuis. ] nery should a'tempt to penetrate liey^nd [ rhe n-gular u f in-: tw 1 h. st pivw�.:ivc*, I;     With iiiueli of th* ^ fervor /�f the poeiie j Orizaba.    Wer*- the traveller, "instead of I B. iiish crick-t and British bee:.  Toe E;�^ j ternperainenr,   with   its  sffiisiimisn^ss and j riimbing- the Cumbres, which lead to thr I \XA\ me'cintV-e comniunitv of M rxic� has , sensitiveness, he ha 1 a orrtaiu rnm-chalauce j bare unsightly table-laud, to turn to th-   pUreil cricket regularly un SSnnd  prot g up :n fM-ortie I lah'a>' brra-t a:t-*r tin- ; ,v*t liiaat limes when he \\\;s apparently ' ' iuit-iviKW with his ui-.tre t in tl.e hou^ekeep- ; Mifrrie>t. and it h id  rjuitu as much to ilo ......        IVU'IIH      1IVHI.I/ A H�� j�.V.'^        �' � � , >      Itll,   t,l p    i\ (7 ki: I ^    LI l.l L ^'W(|li    i .  *" ! w. n.   .-i ...... '   .....      �. Cruz or Knropc, he Would declare, when he j ii*�h*ing >*' opposing factions up-�u the sur- i.iu-ivirw with his in-iifi -in li.'* bou^ekeep- ; Mlf.rrie>t. mid it hid  qiiiti! as much to du   got home, that Mexieo was the most en- j nKindiug hiUs) had'^never been allowed by er's to.no had gou- ihroto;!. the vainus j %Vl['u f.j, anxiety to ga hi-* debt to Kouth { chanting couutrv m tlu- world/'   If he goes j th.-m ti^iutcrfere with the regular observan->';.ges f:.oiiui.Mi to iiiiiulM:*;,! drsiirs in men ;     charged, and to set himself free from j further in search of the much   vaunted ' C(; of their Snndav  tr.inie. �\Viiere cricket t of -..'. haM fah When its stars thail he UaiTd ��n lite ground. BLACK SHEEP! C H A V T Y. il II. - 1 N  THE A V K .S t: K I - ('i.>iililiiiatii�:i. - A knock at trie door iiilefrnpl'-d her, and (leniire. Halloa entered the room. He looked weary and dispirited, and, before ihe customary greetings had been exchanged, Rou'li andTfaniet saw that failure had btfiithe result of the experiment. Harriet's eyessousrblher husband*^ facc.and read in it the extent of his discomfiture ; and the furtive trlauce she turned on Dallas was foil of resentment. Hut it found no expression in her voice, as she asked him commonplace (.picstions about his journey , and busied herself iu setting a chair for him by thefiro, putting bis hat aside, and begging him to take oil"his overcoat. He complied. As he threw thf coat on the chair, he. said, with a very moderately successful attempt at pleasantry- ** 1 have come, hack richer than I went, Mr*. Kouth, by that elegant garment, and nn more." '* Howled out, eh V1 nskfd Rouih, taktug the cigar from his mouth, and laying it on the mantelpiece. . uStumped sir," replied Dallas. Harriet said nothing. "That's bsd, Dallas. 11 " Very bad, my dear fellow, but very true. Look here,   the young man continued, with earnestness, 141 don't kimw What to do. I don't upon my soul I  I ?aw my mother-" J'Yea?" said Harriet, going up to his side. MVein" ** I Paw her, and-and she is unable to help me ; she is, indeed, Mrs. Kouth," for a hitler smile was on Harriet's face, turned full upou him. She hasnv the means. 1 never understood her position until last night, but I understubd it then. She is-'' he stopped. All his better nature forbade his speak- iu.k," s.ii I Iio'iih. -'Seen mioh >_.{ De-ne * I > Ve.i; he's .-.Jways ah.ml-h "s here most � day-, some torn: in die foreuion. " 4'hi llie forenoon; is h ? (Ji.nsidrriuff tlo-( hour- lie Uv.c\n at night, that -urpn'-es uu^�, I 'll d.-e- n*I surprl.-c nn:. He's Verv strour 1;ven the feebhn* form* of friendship, and asked sonic of ch-rn to lend it to her, and ; Dallas; was not simply silly ami egotistical probable being refused ; old friends alway* | w-heu he beli-ved that Kouth felt kindly and refuse to lend money.   She must have tried \ warmly towards him. -Citnt'ountl it all. he did not know, he could I >nlh whether a merriful and occult in-nut guess, what sh** had tried ! All he did j (lueuce w.s at Wotk within him, or the tide know, to his koiiow. was thai she had not ' ,,e (Veiiugs had hee.u turned by his sto~ sent the moi. *y ; ail he knew, to his joy, ! |1MV interv'u ws wi li his mother, by his being was th.it. thong i he was eoii>tantly seeing I brought iu'o such positive, routaei with her Sfiwart Kouth, that worthy had, as yet, nt- j \[{\. ;,ud its conditions, and having been ter* d no word discontent at its tion-appeur- ! ma-le to renli/.y the butemess In* had info-ance. j sial into it, it wore vain to impure.  What- Not he!   In  the hand which St- wart j ever his motives, however mixed their na Komli whs at the moment playing io the tore or confused their origin, he was filled, greater garm-of life, the card representing { whenever he was out of Kouth/s presence, and looked hisliie in the face, with an ar* dent longing to wcut ihe whole concern," might, or it might not," form part of the old I as he phrased it in his thoughts. And Har-trirfc, either wav : but it had verv litt/fi in- I rf-i? - for the '-whole concern" inrluded her lluence on his strategy and finesse. Th re ) as he was forced to remember-Hnniet. ihe were time when a five \mutu\ note might ! only woman whose society he hked, I/ar have turned his chance, but this was not one ! nei, whom be admired with nil adimratioii of them. | as pure and resoectful as he could have felt D.iven into a corner, prosed for the  f.ir Iwr, had he_.net l�r in the least equiro-m.-aMUf.lucliarging|�ltry deb'., burras-  "'."�>"� eVBI! ,,,n *e mo� ex�Ile.l |io..l.�... �e.lby dimuiug creduor., Sicwart Kouth   Well. h� w�..ld be very sorry to lo� H�r would have ;.eeTl..d and cLincd t!.� money I :,"';r      she ���'         *       ! :.nd he was dao.Terous.    '*l must turnover due to bun bv Geor*rc Dallas.    I'resentcir- cumstances were, more tuvoiirable, and he only needed Oeurgp. Dallas1 assistance in Ins schemes. For Stewart Kouth's measures for raising money were of all kinds and of all dimensions *, the elephant's trunk of hi* genius could pick up a five pound no:6 bet from a fiat nt carte, or could move the Irver of a giant cay swindle. And he was "in for a large thing" just at this time. 1 t a hundred odd nuns. To be so treated in London would make an ordinary mortal rather ashamed of t - t   i ,        , i cen tue. subject altogether), ty wlueh the consent of �Un� has attributed j oy |I|B CllIlrtC(IUal Granger with ihe informa-tothc 'valley ol Anahuac." and he takes j j     .. C|ef| t:llU lit:ib|,; llUMlion, . ho-d u 1 the end ol the world Perhaps Mr. | l|||t ^abiv th. Mexican had no earthlv Un lock and his adversaries have managed j hli,uu.^ wh|,;h lu'Vrht betier havo occupied to |..i.W at the ii.fle.reut sides ot llie shield, j n|lJ lin| � for he observes, faiily enough, that the finest feature of the view does not show it- self in the voyager going towards Mexico from Orizaba: It must b* borne in mind that the traveller approaching from the east has his buck On*, of the tenons ensas dc Mexico mentioned by Mr. Bullock i-* the fact that the earliest railway .n the eminirr was made to ronvey piigrims two and a half miles from the capital \o the shrine t f Our Lady of Guadalupe.   Along the line are �-ighc praving turned upon the snow capped volcanoes f .   .       . ..     .  - it � �.i ii. "i ,i t-ii j : stations : o:it tne locomotive, l>ejii'r ot Amer-ropocatepcti and Iztactihuaih which lend  . #    ,   .     r    n r        1 ,       - ' .    I lean construction (and therefore. We presu- andeur it possesses to the , v ...      '      r    . whatever of gr< valley of Mexico. possesses Constantly at mummy ( money .     . , I'reidc of a crazy dUigKttcct now mounted on a good horse and now on a bad one, here entertained with graceful and luxurious hospitality by Knghah resident*, there obliged to (.hifi for hims If among the very narrow �   "ji��i Mt'xtcu iu nsSi-ft."   llj W. It. Bullock, Lrndon �n 1 Comhridge:   MacmilUa & Co,; 18fi5.j I wards, describe it as being. Under one as-pevt alone could I find anything at all to admire about it.. "When seen by moonlight,, ii was impossible not to be struck by (be faultless symmetry or- the streets. But by the broad light of day, 1 could tind nothing more to admire about Mexico tftun about Mannheim, or any other city built at right angles with itself." And again : "Much has been written of the striking effect of the Plaza Mayor, or great square of Mexico; but, like the rest of the city, it seamed to me that only when viewed by, moonlight was there anything at all attrac- by anoti or route, he finally left the inlund plateau f�r Tampv;o and the Gulf ^of Mexico In March 1S6?, Among his interesting memories will be found agreeably detailed the inevitable^bull-fight, a carnival at Tepic, a ride zound the Lake of Texcoeo, trips to a cotton plantation near Santiago and to the high mining district at Real del Monte, and other topics o) Mexican travel whicn would naturally come in the way of an independent Kuglisb tourist blessed with good spirit* and sufficient bodily strength and activity, Mr. Bullock met with no positively serious adventure of being shot at by the Juan'sU as an Imperialist, by the Imperialists as a Juarist, "r by brigands unattached as an honest and well-to-do man; hut his recollections of Mexico, now that the excitement of the moment is over, are probably just as pleasant as if ne had incidentally been ro..id$ a target of, or bid tb stand and deliver.   

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