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FRUU i, JAN. , IS77.
mm )?& If mmt, wMrA Ammmm 4w ow or 6r-
r 111 fey iXcrofer, 1874, 4 atf
ft kfml mJrrtietetU which uppetuti in th
Mimrnt tm W that dtt arm dm ami papM o
J". . hlulrr. AM mtromti mtmtittg imm Ukat
ctatt m pmgmkh to Mmritm mW JtcwA, fire tent
T.K. Alexander, juct iu from the Peck
bum gire tu the folkmiiqr information
The cmoptay it how engaged in building a
road froa Um timber ou Del Pco ridge to
Uw atia. Tbcy Imtc twenty nea at work
on the road aatl have ft finished from tlra 1 traperstractitre, in ebon the wonM ordin li
mine to within three quarter of a mil- of i ily measure about fire feet around the waiO.
Mr. W4U Cue's hotiae; here they turn up ! bat oa a nmcaW tinUv mo. ah when
the mowrtaiu to the right aad will reach the
top or uie mu' s Hiiort tiutunce tu iitt nortu
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will beve no trouble in gwing nnywhere in
the oxtousivo pinury thnt covers the moun
tains for swersil miles. The work ttt the
Pock mine is being pushed vigorously, they
are now down soventy feet below the tunnel,
or 2i20 feet from the surface and are still
sinking although they are obliged to hoist
from 1,G00 to 2.000 gnllons of water every
twenty four hours. Contrary to all preced
ent in this district, and contrary to tlte ex
pectations of the owncift the ore in this mine
continues to be free below the water level,
and is of exactly the same character :u thnt
found near the surface. Every one acquain
ted with mining in this region expected they
would strike sulphurets a soon as the water
level was reached, but th chloride continue
in a strong pay streak, full three feet wide,
all of which pays on an average over four
hundred dollars a ton. They arc assorting
the ore and sending none to the null that
will not go over mx hundred dollars. The
now hnvc on the dump lire or six hundred
tons of second clust ore that assays alntut
$200, which will not pay to transjMirt, and
will have to be worked on the ground some
time in the future when n mill shall le
erected tlnrrc. At a depth of some thirty or
forty feet further, if the water will permit
them to reach that distance down, they pro
pose to drift both ways and tojc up to the
tunnel. Should this mine continue to hold
its own in going uown,: unas tor tne ia.t
seventy feet, it will prove to !c tlw best
mining propertr ot its magnitude in Ainer-
ica. if not the best in the world. Tlie Peck
in YavajHii and thu Silver Kinir in Pinal
counties, Arizona, are to-day yielding, each.
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more clour money, under the moit adverse
circumstances of a want of trattsiMrtation i
iacilttios, etc., in proportion to the amount
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ot monev uetng ex)enueu on titeni, tttttu any
two mining plants now leing workel here
i.irrrun rito.M imioknix.
Plntcnix, Dec 23 IS7G.
Eus. Mucku It was "biz" that brought
me to Phoenix, last Monday, and learning
oarly in the day that a Grand Chritinas Htill
was to take place, that night, in tho hall of
the C. & A. Stage Co., secured a ticket,
knowing well from previous exittrience that
was gooil to siiend a Merry j
at 9 i. m. "sharp" put in apieuranco at the
hall anil after having my ticket carefully
comiwred with the 1M of invitations nnd
punchol, countersigned, numliere!, etc., etc 1
all of which wa necessary, as the ball man-i
tigers sani me !ny was a -way np ana.r.
I went or fmthctcd in nnd found I was No. ;
71 and that evcnty-one couples was "thar."
Vnvniiii". viiiw t.t luHnnw. iliitiin'iii-ilirrl
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and already distinguished were quite numer
ous on the floor, amongst whom was Honor
ables J. P. Pull, from Mohave, John How
ard, J. 11. Marion. Hugo Richards S. C.
Miller, Geo. 1). Kendall, A. L. Mocler, and
L. A. Stevens, A sjtrinkling of the "solid"
men of Maricopa on hand, viz: Honorable
John Smith, King Wooley, C. T. Hayden,
C. H. Gray and J. M. Cotton. The toilette1;
of the Indies were varied and many of the
lateJt modes, and very beautiful and exjtress
ive. The Misses S of Prescott look
ed charming and were much admired. Mrs.
D of Hayden's Ferry was superbly at
tired. Elegant toilettes were worn by
Mrs. John Smith. Mrs. G. H. Oury, Mrs.
Judge Hayden, Mrs. Dr. Pierson, Mrs. Jo
seph Pity, Mrs. C, H. Gray, Mrs. John Mont
gomery. Mrs. Orme, Mies Tuckers, Miss
Flora Murray, Miss Grant, Miss Roberts
and many others whose names 1 could not
learn. Not being a "dancist" I could not
determine who was tho best lady dancer.
They all looked pretty and did jirctty. It
was generally conceded thatMesvrs. Mocler,
Thomas, Richards, Hussey and Larkin were
nn ait in dancing. J. I). Monihon, (a bach
elor pro lem) acted with his usual zeal as
floor manager and music 1 director and was
ably assisted by 31 r. Geo. Ruck. The mu
sic was furnished by the Phoenix String
Rand. The stipjer was furnished by mine
host, Hayes, of the Phoenix Hotel, and was
something to remember and under the able
management of Messrs. Larkin, Ivirtland
and Shaw, all jinoscd of merry as a mar
riage bell and the boys wnt home with tho
girls in the morning tit .". Tho Yavapai's
were treated well by the Mnncoiinns and
vice verse and I believe you can safely note
it down thnt the Yavajiai nnd Maricopa
Councilmen and Rejiroscntatives will pull
together to secure our rcsjicctivc rights dur
ing the coming session of the Legislature,
so" say we all. More anon.
.Steamers from Santa .Monica for Snn
Francisco leave at 1 1 A. M, and make close
connections with California and Arizona
Stage Company and tho S. P. Ilnilroad
from Indian wells.
Geo. Tyng has taken cnargc of the Ari
zona Sctilhicl, and the next issue will be
under his direction. We wish him fitcccss.
Jr. I). L. Maftutta. who hashaki the
PQaUkK of Modkl Director of thailflliiry
Department of Arbnua for a ioof tiu
took lib departure jeaterday lor St Lool,
.Miaouri. lneoott and Fort Whipple will
ntiea the lr., epecily, on aeeoottt of hie
social qtufittea. rrmin.U us of hie
fbadneat tor pbctag hhweeif in ridirTu
attitude - in hit early renuniaoracc, and
particularly iu (he caee of Turn Small, a
young lady of whom he waa quite fond wheo
about the age of eighteen. 'Una wa young
aleo bat weighed moethhig ever two hu
dred pouadt; aad to aee the Dr.4 own lan
guage, poeteeeed a noble physique, the wit
1 broad at tlte base, ur mounted
by a too
yMjicai Dircetor was to eMrt
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her to church, he suspected Unit her mother
and sifter had assisted her in reduchig
her circumference. They proceeded to the
church, the day was warm, and in the mid
dle of the .sermon Tina Small swooned
awny, ami fell upon the floor; here vau n
predicament, she wai too heavy to carry,
he was too much frightened to call for as
sistance; the minister stopped hi discourse,
and all eyes were turned upon the nufortu
nate girl ami her escort. He saw that
something must he done, so he undertook
to take he up in Ids arms and carry her out
into the freh air; this was soon found to
be nn impossibility, Tina was too hoavv,
so he partly drugged her until some one
sumiiontly sclf-jo.jessed eninf. to his as
sistance and finally they deposited their
precious burden on the front stops of the
church. Now came the most critical point
in the game, ho had not yet read mediuinc
nor studicil anatomy, nnd wlmt to do in
such a case as this, he had not the lpnst
conception; perspiration was fairly boiling
from his fortihond whic! without taking
time to search in his pockets for a handker
chief, he was endeavoring to keep free by
an almost constant application of his open
hand and coat sleeve, which .ere complete
ly saturated, as were tho rust of his clothes,
jjltf.ns cmphatieallv "in a sweat." His
j mot,lcrf wh() lln.,pencil to bo ; lhe Co.
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Sp. :it tuw juncture took pity on htm
' an cll, relief; he hntl always had
! n high regard for his mother, but now she
i appeared to him more like an angel than
1 IT. .
ever nciore, ncr nrst ronitnaml was to
apply the knife, he, ready and glad to do
anything under her direction.. out with his
jack-knife and was ready to commence cut
ting anywhere and everywhere, but with
out any definite idea where or what for.
The old lady seeing that he hesitated, seized
the knife fiom his hand and with the as
surance of a skilled surgeon who knew ev
ery tendon, ligament and singwin the human
anatomy, plunged the blade into the dry i
gw-'s "i enveinpeti me iair tonn ot the !
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ment, she began to increase in size as the
cords that bound her popped under the keen
P(ge of lne Uafa mntn anv
boons and to his iov and astonishment, site
O )04j nf,r cvcs? bean to breathe and j
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!4tfi nlli CAtflt- "ln.1 . t-itt, fllllll- flrtnr .lint I
mid said, enftlv. "don't vou titbit dfnr tlmt
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111 a n lr. II ilk fitA At...n .i.n MM.. I
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ici ua iaki' a nam in tue open uir. l uc
Dr. nys he can never forget Tina Small
Agiia I-'ria, Item.
KuiTOtss Minkii: Improvement is by no
moans "con lined to the town of Prescott and
its immediate vicinity, for it extends even
into remote regions of the country. No
sooner do the tracks of the Ajtache disaj)
jiear than monuments of civilization nnd
comfort arc erected, ami families that once
lived in constant dread of the scaljiing-knife
anil the arrow arc now cosily settled in
jiertnanent hornets with the nucleus of tine
herds and certain fortune in the near future.
I have just returned from a beautiful val
ley about forty miles distant in the coun
try, on Ash Creek, and occupied by Messrs.
Osborne and Jlarnum, old jiionecrs whom
you all know. Mr. H.irnum is building a
house here that would reflect credit ujion
the little nietrojiolis of Prescott. He had
completed it sufficiently for comfort and !
moved his fiimily last week. For conven
ience this structure is certainly a model.
Mr. Rarnum certainly merits his share of
the credit accruing from the masterly man
ner in which he has wielded the saw and
the plane, and although he claims no pro
ficiency as a mechanic, he is no botch. To
Mrs. Rarnum alone belongs the credit of
planning as convenient a house, I venture
to say, as there is in Yavapai county. One
woman, at least, has lived to witness one of
her chief objects accomplished a house so
constructed thnt she can do her work with
the least possible labor. Mr. Barnum
evinced his good sense, as every ono who is
a husband, in the intrinsic sense, will do,
in according his good wife-tho privilege of
moddeling her house witlf adaptation to her
style of doing her work. How do I know
this ? you ask. I will tell you: I visited
Mr. and Mrs. Barnum, who with their char
actcrstic courtesy took great pains to con
duct me through the various departments of
their dwelling, explaining the office of each
and every part.
Before building, 1 would advise every
husband nnd wife to learn the advantages
of Mrs. Itanium's plan of a house, nnd that
bugbear that crowds out the brain, and isti t
entitled to skull room, respecting womati's
inventive genni?, win iii?nppear, never lO
Th quarts mSH fe MhteraJ Park i t
been ruanlag for a week past bat large pil
f rich ore are being piled np around As
ni it is nor u.,"-rt0od that the fill
will ttart again oo after the hotid,-aj4ttMl
then the aauat ihipments of diver Ineka
will go forward, The Itaefcbarry il ha
stopped for few months aad wilt prefcebtj
put iu a roaster before atartliig. "Without
roastiog, only Wtuti cent o th& 41m
ooutd he eaved ia the mill, leiof the water
Ureal, the ore nee still haw and an ml a
par cent enn tiegnt without raentng that the
.t . 1 '
eompaay think it cheaper to pit in a rons-
ter at once i irruwiun Clwa; Arthur nanott, cjuruiiuig nua, wum, m
Tk MwLin r,tv a. nnmktH, Clerk. The limjse tbt-u adjour.ied to 3 r. n. , Territory ami B'.tfch CoumWa. The larg
The Mecracfen Lompaaj n running vUU(.u lucl 4irsuant to iijournnwut. , tsf inrrcn h j c-wIh. whieh produces
their ten stamp mill with gnoa Mieteas and Roll died, n! all pn-tcm. 't he winuio. ; g.a, !oe tire nnwmnt of gold aad
it w rumored that 'a large mill of m SO j " rpr. vi ?!!Sn t i I ailver of tl. l oite! States. Arizona pro-
i , sat. H. Woolly rwivHi eight ot. and 11 . . ,.w . . . . t . UnU.M
stamps will be bnllt b the aptn. Th.
1 Knm l4 0 ground m the MctWkin
lode hits been sold ttito rt.-.:atl to parties
fnmi San Francisco but 1 h&ve not learned
as yet that deeds have been made out. If
this ground is sold as reported then a large
mill will soon be built on this claim.
The Johnson mine near the .McCrackin
will soon .start their furnace and a large
yiold of bullion will be the rtwult.
It is now quite certain that a ten ttninp
mill be built on the Dean mine in Wallapni
Mountains during the winter or ceming
At Cerbflt a small mill was built last sum
mer to wonk tlte rich ores from the 03 mine
but it turned out but little bullion bufure
the owners got into a quarrel alout bullion
and the result is airreemeuts to jmv lawyers
) ,.,,, u-..,, wlm new milk tliet'i
ami coets. iten tlie new mills mat
talked of are built and run together with
those already built then the bullion ship
ment will le large from this county.
The ieiplc of ilolinve county are in hopes
tliAt the tiiuv lnnil nontruefurd will vtil in-
creased sen-ice and the line extended to the
S. P. It. U. enrlv in the stwitur and wo are
certain that this will be done if the railroad
company gets their matters fixed up so astx
commence laying raiU towards the Noodles
The mail route from 1 lardy villc to Pres
cott seems to have Wu let to the old Tele
grajm Stage Com jinny awl we may sec a
competing line of stages running from soma
point cm the S. P. It. 11. via I lardy villc and
Mineral Park to Presoett before next spring.
If a tri-wcckly could be established on
this mute so as to get us a good healthyop
position to the uescnt via Ehrenberg, the
jieojile of Northern Arizona would be qritc
well alis8ed. I learn front lmrties hint in
front Hardy villc that the Colorado Hivcr is j
very low and it was with groat diihculty !
titat the btentner :o!oratlogot to llaruvville Kutxules, KukIi.
on her last trip tip on the 13th, inst. Void i . I,::?,r;-IJu.M' f M.ohavY.?r)'e "
. , 1 ' ., , ' , I tieeof his intention to introduce a bill for tho
north winds jirevail and many projthecy a j jwr,anent location of tho Capital at Prus
drv winter and extreme low water for a oott, Yavapai County.
i,..m. On motion of .Mr. Ochoa, tho regular hour
long time to come. . of mwliuy, wllI at 10 a Ju of oah t!:iv
Jimmiouants a.vh STtK-K. j it wvs rosol ved t hat 00 eoplo.- ofthoCov-
Trains of immigrants with large herds of ' ornor's MoRsngo be printed; also, copies
, , . - . , of swtne in SikuiLmi .
tine stock contiuae to arrive iVniu the noith. s joHiV(nT ntat live eopius of e-.ich itews-
I I hiutr of a ik-ove of six httndrad brad of i
c,c itveon thw place and Stone's Ferrv. !
Some of the immigrants estimate the num
ler moving towards Anxona thi winter to
1m5 I than ten thousand head, a jtortion
have already arrived. Yesterday three men
arrived from Kent Count v. California and
n'port that large lots of stock will le driven
m l'ic sl,"nS r0,u thBt suction of California.
t,c iui m aw.uuo stteop nau atraatiy star
teil besides larg lots of cattle and horse
soou to start. Good stock ranges will soon
be scarce in Arizona as not less than twenty
ranches have Won located in Mohave county
during the past six months and all well
stocked with cattle, but few sheep or horses
stop in Mohave County. W.
The following is the Calendar of the Su
Iremo Court, hich coiiTcnes ou Monday,
Territory of Arizona vs. Louis Davis,
from Thin! judicial district, Maricopa coun
ty; criminal; Hancock for resp'd't., AJsaji for
J. M. Sanfnrd vs. A. L, Mouller, Third
district, Yavapai county; civil: llownrd,
Southworth and Goodwin for nppel't Har-
i t i ii tt r mV ,
grave, Kush and V cb ; for rosp d t
m. Cole vs. C. C. nnd M. M. Ueun,
Third district, Yavapai county: civil: Har-
grave, Rush and Wells for rosJp'd't., How
ard. 3Insterson, Goodwin nnd l'omroy for
Village of Prescott vs. J. 0. Campbell,
Third district. Yavapai county: civil: Mas-
tcrson for apjiel't, Rush, Wells and Hitr-
grhve for respM't
II. W. Floury vs C. Jackson and W. J.
Tompkins, Third district, Yavapai county;
civil; Mastcrson, Farley and Pomroy for
appcl'ti?., Ilargrnve, Hush and "Wells for
rcsp'd't. Arizona Citizen.
We have ben shown a private letter,
dated Montezuma, Yuma County, A. T.
Dec. 20th, from which we extract the follow
ing, in reference to mining matters at the
Silver Glance Mining Company's works:
'They arc making a big success of the
furnace'here; hold on to your stock- To
day is the Sth day the furnace has been run
ning and thev average over two tons of high
grade bullion daily- They have 2--0 bars
readv to ship so far, of very high grade, none
of it assaying under $(00 per ton. The
Stipt., .Mr. D. R. Gillett, Jr., expects to run
out 1 .10 tons before shutting down, ami has
sufficient ore on hand to tlo so. Things arc
very lively at the McCrackcn. Mr. Walker
is expected here from San Francisco, daily.
Tho Silver Glance company are buying for
cath all the first class smelting ore they can
procure, nnd are making arrangements to
purchase all tho smelting ore taken out of
the .McCrackcn mine. I am doing very well
here, and will be over to the old camp this
month," We are glad to see such encour
ur'mg report? coming in from this (section
of the country.
em. Ju llSTt
Th menthers clet ortna fiirtaiattire
mt 1 1 i M 1r-tav and ttk th uath fit office.
It wm administered by Citief Justice French. ' n-waro offsml for h appreheooa, aad
Va oraaatearJoa may be expected to-mor-1 will, of coon, gu them.
row. ' i lracott' hoccs for securing the Capi-
rrVD JAY. tl are
T-uao.v, Jaaaafy t-Tbe lions of Rrpre- San fHty s Dec. 4, WtoWW JSTp't Ylen
MBntaave) oegantsd temporarUy wtUt u. tior, f W.-lla, ifurgo & (Vabaahiog bouse,
IL stereiis, Hpwsker pro wa tnth. chair, ( , hitl maanai ,Uiec.t of jedous
r rP ! I--l w of ippi
and wnTSTorti in. M. H. thkrwood k. hirer during tb year U. cowpila-
iimnustfMtiiyabKtdNiafcer.. Andrew I'rau. ti.n aiu a nggregatr ywUlef $8fii3,
ley, naoittme fur Uhief Clerk, wu usiaai-1 17.; tiw largest ever aoowti ia any one
TIm followinjc werd alio
4 lucUJd: j J. hum, Aaakaaat chief clerk :
j J- II. ilehan. f
I tfr, lotr-Kepor; It. Ail, lTme ; J. wwm,
N('ht Wfticli'uaji : J. tl. c. Wiuuna-.h, kk-
iiRht Watchman: J. U. c. wiuiiua-.n, ku-
JTuu. Aw4ant U ra; k A. llumfy, Nv
l-Aru; u. Woo-i, Ikjot-Kimomr i
311 Ida D.iKev us, Kwro.lmg I'K-ri; Slw.
I.rYStevoiHMaxy, lSngro-vsingClorK; John
Ainfnemisn, Night Va;ehman, and Starling
It. Wood, Page, were elect vtl, and sworn in
bv Chief Justice French. Mo.ss.rs. ytovon,
Ituggles anil (jiHhlwiii were opjMiiuted a
Committee on Uuh. The r(de of the tli
lAsgisInture were adopted until othara are
nmile. A rcce until 3 v. M. wsw ordead.
lWli 1 Inures met at 10 a. w,
l.OIIIKll lltei 115 m-r aujuiu iiiuvni. iiuii.
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K.S. Woolsev in the ehair. Itoll was culled,
anil all prusnnt. Mr. ltiislt was apjtoiutud to
act with the I Ioupo Committee on Joint iittlos.
Mr. KuhIi pive notice that at nn early date
be wotthl tntnxliuv a bill providing fur the
periiiunem hk-ruou oi me iiiptiai, so as to
tore to transact other businos of importuned
to tlto Territory. Mr. Stevens gave notice of
his intention to iiitrtHluce a bill for the pre
vention of cruelty to animals. Council an-
; Jfiirnel until 10 .v. m. to-morrow.
Tlte House rt.sseniblel at 3 r. m., Speaker
.,, ,.,, n mli.HL.Hinl nil
j uie ineinborH prvMUit. Messrs. lk'tinett and
Head wore apixjintod a committee, to join
otto front tho I'otineii, and inform the Gover
nor that both lloiisos are organized and
ready to receive any communication he may
have to make. Merx. Darriugton and ltieh
anls wore apjwintwl n eotnniittec to act with
a Councilman in the jinqMimtion of rulos and
regulutioiis for tho government of the two
Hott.-Hts. Tito House adjourned until to
morrow at lialf-jiost ten oVIock.
Till HI) DAY.
Tucson, A. T., Dec. 3. both Houses mot
Jointly in thu Hall of ltuorusontativus and
i listeneil to the message of A. P. K. Satford,
(tovornnr of the Territory. Tho ine&ago
was well rreolvud.
In Coi'ncii-President Woolsey nj)ioint
od lhe following standing committees:
Militia ami Indian AlBiirs iiedondo,
Mines and Mining Hugglos, Kendall,
I'lnnnco Moelkr, Hughes, Rodomlo.
Agriculture Stevens, Ittmgle-s, ltetlottdo.
Torrilorial Athiirs (iooclw iu, Kondall,
Jinltchiry Hush, Rugbies, Gcxxlwin.
lllncatioit Stevens, Kodondo, Hughes.
Claims Hughe1, Mocller, Kendall.
HngroHl and Kn rolled Hills Kendall,
Kleetions Kedondo. Hujrules, Kendall.
(;otinUas and County Iioutularie-.Moellor,
moor in tho Territory bo furnished ottch
mcmlHtrof the UyiMature atrtl the Clerks
iiiuiiii: liiu tLunni.
Joint rules of eighth J.cgi-laturc adop
ted also standing rule-of eighth Legislature.
Tcisox. Jan. 4. In the House, this morn-
ing, Mr. Dorrington gave notice of his inten
tion to introduce a bill to reimburse Yuma
county for guarding and taking care of the
Territoial jirisoners ; also, by Mr. Scott, of
a bill to establish the salary of the District
Attorney of Pinal county. Mr. Head oiFercd
a joint resolution providing for the daily
uniting of tlte jtroceedings of both Houses.
A message was received trom the Governor
appointing Leandro S. Taft as Messenger.
The apiHUntmeut of J. H. C. Waltemath, as
Engrossing Clerk, was revoked, and G. A.
Jones ajijioiuted instead. Mr. Parke gave
notice of a bill to define tho boundaries of
Maricojta county ; also, of a bill itermancntly
locating the Territorial Prison at Phronix.
Mr. Octioa gave notice of n bill to secure the
construction of certain railroad and tele
graph lines, ami to provide fur other matters
relating thoreto. The following are tlie
House Committees :
Judiciary Messrs. Bennett, Dorrington
Waysand Means Messrs. Richards, Ochoa,
Scott, Head and Hull.
Militan. aml Ilul5nu A
nniugu, iiillcr nnd Peak
Claims Mussrs. Ochoa, Hutchison and
Affairs Messrs. Sam-
Roads and Ferries Messrs. Stevens, Hath
away and Scott,
Enrolling and Engnsiing Messrs. Foster,
Ohnesorgen and Parker.
Printing Messrs. Marion, Bull and Sam-
uorporations jicssrs. i ar.or, liemieu aim ,
j- . a r 11. i l 1 1
Memorials Messrs. Hutchison, Miller and
Mines- Messrs. Bull. Scott and Peck.
Counties Messrs. Parker, Head and Scott.
Federal Relations -Messrs. Dorrington,
Foster and Richards.
Education .Messrs. Head, Achoa and
Agriculture Messrs. Miller, Ohnesorgon
BuildingsMessrs. Scott, Fisher and Bull.
Tucson, Jan. 4. COUNCIL Moumimi
Session : The House Resolution, concern
ing newspapers and postage-stamps for
members, ntnended and passed. Tho amend
ment calls for three copies of each weekly
paper iu the Territory.
Rugglps, of Pinal, gavo notice of his in
tention to introducu a bill removing the
Capital to Florence.
Eight hundred copies in English, and five
hundred in Spanish, of the Governor's Mes
sage ordered printed.
Weather pleasant to-day. M.
Special to ths Miner by U. S. Military and W. D. Linos.
Tpcson, January 1. The Supremo Court
of the Territory met thia forenoon and ad
journed until 'to-morrow at 2 p. iu Tlie
Judges are all here.
General Banning is here in, the interest of
the Southern Pacific Railroad." He will
lik&ly ask for legislation in the interest of
Rogers, late Sheriff of Pinal Connty, w ho, j
vmJ to rtmeMtW m awa -with oer
C the ihndb ofHhat t. id by
safe m but at. ricream). i le was
with the culprit. Tlu-y claim nil
In In t,u Crr- tarn notablv taken
in Anson. Xevasla, Ooloraun and
i "?, "rr-, ; "
i $-tt6,M4 in leer buUkui, 671,900 in ore
' sou luie bull tn; total, inline.
Col. Ferrer tuts received further mfonoa-
tion, by letter, from the Slcxican Consul
Pritehanl, in San Franciaco, relative to the
jllabustering expedition to Lower California.
The following is an extract from the Con
sul's letter of the 27th ult.:
The schooner Cygnet, Capr. Uomstock,
and the pilot-boat "Fanny, Cupt. Tcbbctts.
sailed, each with 150 men. All of them
; , .., , , -tj. rp, -
f , " oiiriuguciu nuia. j
liad no artillery, and it is not believed liiey
had any great amount ox provisions. jt
I'al tallage. Jan. o. uov. l)Kv was inau-
i .rurateil to-dav
- c nit, T.,n 4 Tin- fnlnn'-s Meetal
r bMX ",ef .' J,nn 4;liU. K"' ",?.t ;
from htngton hist night wjs It to
now :ic-riiiifu oevonu iioiiot. mai.
whole pnnceeding under which Cronin was
apjminted Presidential elector from Oregon
originated in New York, and were directed
from thence. Cronin testified to-day that
lie demanded and was furnished $'J,000 for
his traveling expenses before lie left Oregon.
Washington, Jan. 'A. The Democrats here
are naturally disturbed by the fact that
the Democratic Senate of Louisiana, in or
ganizing on Mond-ir, recognized Kellogg as
Governor, by sending their Committee to
Miss Nklue W'lUJ.OiS wib to nanounoe ta the
)onij MV uf lr4( aad viotulty I hat Lr 1 nuv
I'rtHk' ch lrsn In Mutio. Alt lU"r Ttl.hinc t..
encHfj hirr rvtcr cua Ji bv enairins of Mr. Jbr
man. l las it bit pUaw nltlcb will l hrra in irrr
IVoticc Iiullsrcitt Slclc.
lrf.lj will b recirei! br lhe ltiwt of Sttjvr
vir of Yarapai O'uotj-, Arliova Trrritory. up to
JtutHlar, Jauiuiry S, ieTT. ai 10 u'.ituak. A. it , tor taking
oar oi thr l&it'C'Ut ijirl. of calJ County buardickT
nuriinnl fttrnfohW;? )Iu.titl accojnaiuiUtloB forlhf
Cleik of the Uount uf Suptrvinor. '
Uy UtUt of tk- ltont
ISEUl-:.tlITION OF . .
C O U iV T Y W A R It A IS' T S ,
OKVICK Ol' COUNTY TJtEASUUF.U
l'uicorr, A riivua. Ian. 1ST7. )
1 rUl pay. on prr-rnlatiim a: lay office. Cmnty AVhf
ranu .IrAwn Ufna the rvsptiv Kiiinlof Vavapal wioty
vfUie kri f 1STS. a fu)toiv, li. wilt
COI NTV (5KAK1UU KtXH
No. 1 V0 inrliulrc
llt Wrfrirr rfnl.l Warrant xrr ttrnrlu- nntifW that
lntrrrt lltprrvM .-pawt trunt the .Utr hrto n!Uxr.t; onii
tlMt if tin- ainr W not j rronlTl witUlntra Ju. the fttndk
at njrt lr their r.lenij-ti.ti irill p api'llcl to the pj--tHvut
f wnrmat ttexl in the onlcrln uhii'Ii tliry wer
b,e.t. t J. COOK.
PECK MINING COMPA'NIl,
OAl'ITAl. -STOCK t,0OO,O0O
IMiXJO Shrr ut $10 r Share. .
Leonora A. Jewell, "
E. 0. Peck,
.Mary 31. Bean,
TU PECK MININO COMPANY nr.. the-owaer oZ
HIX) frt't iu ehuh ul he Peck ami Occident Mlurs a
mlMdi,- rUte f -l.eU) teet at Ate.Vindin, in the Peck
MIkImc Di-triet. ui.d ure 1m owners uf the Aitljto Mill.
un Utuuiu Crtuk.
C O. I1ILVX. PreWent.
T. il. LS..l)Klt. Vice-IWt.
K. (I. 1'IX'K, Su enntrkdent.
y V. llt.AKt;, ;xUry.
Main otSee at Pr. cutt. A. T.
IIahX aeeouut wiih l'ir.; Xiltiuli.-kl RuM Unnk f San
Kr.KiwK JauS tw
." 1 1
DAWiJS 6s GOXiDMADr",
YILLIAHSOK VALLEY, A. T.
Hiuhest Prico paid for lhe Pro-
4juci. fJj- tliu Country.
Just north of Kelly & Stephens' Store
IMPORTS & MANUFACTURES
All Kind of
FURNITURE, LOUNGES, BEDDING
Era, etc., . xrc.
Window Shades, Mirrors, Picture
Flames, Ktc, on ltatid ami
Made to Order.
KKI'ATKIXr. rUOMl'TI.Y ATTENDKD TO
PLAZA "FEED AND SALE STABLE.
PUKSCOTT, - - - A1UZOXA
GWEQN BROOKE, Proprietor
AursoyA , - KAxYKascac -
Ell f.tX H CRfi. AllIZO.NA.
Socceor to tht Utrfinn of
WW. fl.. HOOPER &
Continue th Batlnnw la
ARIZONA AND CALirOEjrii;
j JS AX jfcfi
Xinijortei fc "VVliolesmJj
SHIPPIN G IS1
WtU carry . full prime toe ot ' J3j
Drr tloods, cit
. . IlartliYarevUti
SADDLERY, & MINING ftlATEMf
Selected to exactly tsit ifer'
Merchants, Ranchers, Stiljjir
Keepers, Preighters, aat
Miners of Arizona -Rt
Snllrtt onlen for jronik. and taiuret fatijlictios ; J' s
WARDS frrichttlml tnerchDlle to anr
WurM. In.nrinc. If trlreij j Itiiy. or mit itXX
oa all Ariuma and Mexican pnxluce.
rnv. .r nMn tr;i.Mii. m ft h
liiu ULUU Vl uiuu uuvl iuiuuiiua
I II H X'AW. 'AiMl IW llll.l HIS. A AJiKw
liuys awl Kxcbua jri
GOLD & SILVER BULLrtw
Gold Dust, Legal Tendeni 1
XJ- Treasury DraiV cf
SOUHEnSWARRASTSJlND WfiOOWT j
And Good Commercial aati'
i':ciAt. ofcuetts wai. nt: attxsdcd Riud
SAN FHANCISCO BBAHCH Miat)
With promptitude and fidHri11 J1
All Order aad Coioiclusni thvoUtb? aJ Jii,
' Vhrujr-4. ISflfi. YsHM
Yiimsx Jruii sKLCiii
W!esale aia KetaU
-TT-v Tr- -w'-r - n
SlttiiJ Street, Ywma, Arl
Hon Is ttcrre a fall Use i
X) i jp e ii in 3Ittlicj
DX;UCS, PKKFUMrilY P3
Toilet Soap, Toota
And All Othsr Artidu Uisally in
J,"t lreerii'tioiiii put up with trratt eart.
" Onlrr from the' cuatry wltcnerf. won
that price, t i oudU togj
YUMA NEWS BEPOliji,-
iSTATIOISEIlY una B
CUTLER r, FASC Y OQOmfi. M
7 'icfat v
Main Street, Yuma, Xriea.
fjpAcen,y f tl AnnoxA Htrt
1. If 14 J. R V If il TT
Gwrley Stx-eot, ProscoOl hs
New and Ciean Beds for LUfrWci
Elcwnt Rooms for Ft;.no
- " , :Hotlum:
PIONEER NEWS t
to to us t
OIF A.33.IZ02SrJrans int
J. S. MAKSFELD, of T
h his sj
NEWSPAPERS, - AND
i at the
SCHOOL BOOKS, r of mj
STATIONERY CUTLERY. CIGARS MO bijing
Ordsrsf: 3jo ail Pjpir praaptlj aeJ's 1
V Aj;cBtjr icrthfr Aruo.va JUMS- .
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