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TUCSOX, PIMA COUNT?. ARIZONA TERRITORY, SUNDAY, JANUARY 28, ISS3.
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important subject of legists-
. i ii- tbe attention eLour s
v.itt than that of ihb proper
'ft Kin of tbe i-toct raisers of
r Stock rsieing new em-
- -,iu.is of dollars of capitnl.
' ic important interest when
-.. ming of the pest. The stock
t'ie Territory, juHierffian ding
j WardneM, -M is u nraati-
. H..U, had prepared a uifl, have
..i- . ,:uMn rUVsiT eolation
- ; "Aiaioos. Tbe Citizen ha
: i i! a copy of tbe kill, which
; most complete, ooveriug all
.otiugeocies. We -regret that
r reproduce tbe entire lull, bat
tut- following synopsis, which
.1 id'-a of tbe proposed aet:
-1.2 and 3 provide for the
"Inspector of Hides and
.j facta county at tbe reg-
- J election, to bold of-
to ye.rs. The Boards
. rvi-.r-i are empowered to
-ii -ii o Hirer to serve until
rul eteetiou. T ay shall
a.iit to fill unexpired terms
ii. u'ft occur. Tbe Sherifi of
sh.iUact daring any interim ' treasurer.
. !r,v i- nut rejnlarly filled,
' .iud 5 provides for bond of ; pridit of tbe eount
-- '"r"i m minw upon 10 no so.
smmi stop an iwapeet tbm wiih mtoc
obmohb any Huneeeseary delay. If
there are any cattle found not included
in the certificate of tbe Inspector f tl e
eoauty from which tbe diove e me, then
tbe fees shall be paid oat of tbe proceeds
of tbe sal ot the cWe, otherwise ibe
person at whose instance the itu-pca.Hi
was laauc shall my itt fee.
section au. ine bide at el! cattle
iparted into the Territory from Mexi¬
co shall lie inspected ad tbe importer
smut pay the fees.
Section 27. Uornti aud males im¬
ported from Me-xin ehsll al4 be sub¬
ject to inspection at tbe expense of tbe
Seotion 28, 29, 30. 31 and 32. Shoo Id
tbe Inspector find among tbe hides im¬
ported from Mexico any hide which h
has roc sou to beituve were etolen it is
h?. f to aenarnto such hid. and no¬
tify te in eted party. Sbonld anch
party fr appear tbe importer
ana otb jfe-reeted purtiee shall
he anm ed t-f tbi "r.-'(
JBi:e or a Jnattee of tbe IWi
n time apeeiSed in tbe tmm
not to esoeed trettty-f..nr
bbonld t e importer oremimaiit
pruTe title be ehonid obtun bw r.-
erty npon pay went of InwpHMorV fecn.
It lie .fails to esidblitih life the i court
Uull order tbemro.d by ibe Iupeitor
at anetion, after advertieiu nt in a
newspaper for teii Jbvf, or if no im-wb-
paper in pablisded in tbe cooutv then a
notice in writing xball be poted in tb
eoarthoue and two or more other place
in the county, tbe Inopeetur letainiut;
tweuty-tSve per cent, of tbe purehtae
money after ded,ictiifr the expenaeF,
depUi the balaoee with tbe eondly
Ttie oonnty U-airer abali
pUoe one lulf of aid minor to tbe
Tut New ljork Snn evidently don't
tako auoli toek in tbe Alaska miniui;
excit-tBont, ami tbink-t investors can do
belter uear home. It says:
Mifl'lli' rnmnr.fMim 11n,lfntTaalnin.t i
ae rcksoate an tlie utoritH about early
etraubrritfrt and radishes that tre used
to Ilea r dnrini; tbe days just precedin?
the pnrcliu-e of North America's ex¬
treme e iruer lot. If there really is gold
eoonirli iu Alaska to attract to "the Ter-
ritoiy that portion of oar areat floating
popnlalivu that i always waiting for
snut'tbinir. to tnr'i np," whatever is
furthest away appearing sunt attrac¬
tive, then hleo-ed Ix- Alaka.
fore tbe mailt r and
OUK LAW MAKEIIS.
by mininir tmecalatious so often that it
enjoys tbe bite rnks its raonev in tbe
nnmiip comimDiw that are snre to lw
atarted, it ina be well to rememiier how
bwt s-i tbe Alaska reason for work. Low
oixtly mast I th transportation of all
maeii:uery. aud bow far from the imism.
biliv of b -inc wt hed all the managers
will he. Ore vieMinir S.VXI tier t in in
may lA lesn nrolitahlo than tpn
4 Jlarore nearer home.
JThh Qalifurqia papers are making a
- luaui )iinn. -Uort weignt butter.
The dairymen claim that tbev are coin-
iel.l to make short weight to satisfy
tbe retail trade. Tbe roll butter is four
onaees hort of tbe avoirdupois weight.
T.be commisHKin mmcbant buys it n
bnlk at it actual weight aud sella it to
tl.e retail merchant iu tba same way,
uning all tl.e gain in the short weight
to tbe retad denier. Tbe retail dealer
has not yet been heard from npon this
important quet-tion. Whether he will
rest under the charge that he is respon¬
sible for i-bort Wright butter remains to
be seen. Iu tbe meantime we will be
compeUt d to Ihiv and iii.e short weight
butt' r or reMirt to oleo-margarinc
mbichb&s this one viitu , if it iscoun
terfeit hotter it is full weight.
!, kii ooe tbouFnixl ami not
- i - i. n tli ismdi! which shall not
r want of form or on first re-
nia.v be sued from ime to
' Irpeetor sttali not enter
- :Yi - uuttl be has taken the
: . ..v :i and filed his bond. The
- -.:is 'f sheriffs shall extend
' i It- the proper iterformanoe
. t". s Inspector ad interim.
i rovklej for a seal .wbieh
ire J apon alt Mipers it
. . r. and his deputy.
- . aiiu s provide lor tne ap-
ii- o.r deputies to oarry oat the
- f - of tbe set who shall bo re
. .te bonds. Tbe Inspector m
-.Ii for tbe a'Jts of his depatMM
r-v-. -ver on their bonds.
. provides ttMit tbe name
- r Deputy Inspector shall be
' to tbe full title when at-
. auj offici il'paper.
1. Inspectors have antbority
Urate Initio of sales of stock,
ii 11 rnxks it tho duty of tbe
w.r in person or by deputy to in-
i bidec or animal reported to be
- . I.'aviog the county for sale
- h 1 iu hi- ditriot for elangbter,
; li,;lt keep a complete reconl
k f r that pnrp we of the nttm-
- trks end of all aauoals aad
-t- I l-y him with tbe names
if!t and parchasers.
1- rc (uires the Inspector to
pu-a of his record -i to tbe
S:;.er visor" monthly. The
-- 1 1 al Rays be open to irpec-
, 1 ' i rovides that tbe aet shall
: H- s iee;. g iat or swine.
.' : 1 1. Inept-dor bali grant uo
. f inspection for bides or
- i n tb ode 1 or when toe brands
'-- ii n. t be ascertained and shall
'.- - . ;i 'rum l-iug tekenwhhipped
': - .uut;. except when imlenti-
- ; or a proper hill of ealedaly
. , r,
1 1-- -
Inspectors' in y seize and
all nnmtirked calves and
i- .!io4e freshly branded un-
1'' Iupee4urs may seise and
. t nubraoded or indistiueily
r.a,nU or hides which are
i'f ta'ien fr h the county or
-.iiiiDdls re about to lie
i. iu lei tbey axe prop rly
Upon sneh i-eixures the
I'-;- i - - a;i report to tbe District
L," ' tin- Justice of the Toaje ac-
ti-i. ! i ti,.- value of the property,
..1 f.-y sli.tl! iue a summons to show
i'l - ln tin-property should not lie
' to tbe eonnty and sold for its
t tit ii,.- summoui shall be issued
ia-ritIor C instable and tbey
1 ' : ' i -rtiti-sl copies in three pub
I'pon hearing of tbe oa,
.i.'.e-ory pro if of ownership
' ' - I. tiif- pntperty shall lie eon-
i .in 1 sold. The Inspector shall
" ' r. nrth of the proceeds of any
' -1 tin; over the remnnklor to
! 1 -.u Treasurer to lie placed in
N ' i. IS All parties purchasing
k" " -!i. II procure a duly autheuttcatea
- ' ' "a 6 which shall set forth tho
kind, ae ami tbe marks and
i-. and liorore tbe animals leave the
'v th- ball be inspecteil by tho
I:.sTert..r or bis de'pttty.
Snt.i a All parties purebaaing
. 11 obtain a Mil of sale, which
tbe marks ami bramls on
e tlie weight and whether dry
'. After inspection ami pre-
'"i'a',..n ,.f li lof sale or power of at-
' :''' Iu'pector shall issue n cextifi-
' ""iphauee with tho law, which
; complete until the somej
'i v b.il of sale, Bball be recorded
li. .-..ri-'V ottiee and certified an-
- ha"J and sesl, which shall pro-
' uj tlie payment of fees in any
: 'ii-t-i.'t. except tbe county from
. ' ,e -ame may be expoited.
s- ' ' n Jl. Any persons driving cat-
' : -ii own mark or brand shall le
'; it' the certificate of inspection
. . i:k at of Inspector's fees and
tlie certificate of tbe Recorder
1 :.d or mark.
s ' i -L Any person driving cattle
- t in ynud the limits of this Ter-
-h.-il place upon sncli cattle a
" ail brand, tbe device to be id bis
- .ion, and to be plsced on tbe
-of tbe back behind the eboul-
''brand to lie duly recorded lixe
1 e ' l'"adv
"U2X Persons desiring to ship
i s to Mexico may do so at any
' the line where there w a eus-
' but at no other. He shall
'ii ra to lie inspected before they
-en aeroKS the line.
t 'Kin 21 and 25. Whenever a drove
J i-'ittle is passing throagh tho county
Section 33. Slioald any person appear
a claimant bef e tlx- sale and establish
his claim before the court tne hitler
shall be delivered to -im, the e-spdn
' -.Lg paid ti the imi . rtcr.
Seotion 34. Ibe Iteowder shall trans¬
cribe the I st or all recorded marks Bud
brands in his conuty ;.nd revme the
same. Such tevistd list shall be writ en
in a welt bound book. All brands i.f
the letter clao shall Im aTanved
atpbalietically, following which shall be
the numerical characters an I device
brands in the ordar of their date of
registration. Opposite ach brai.d
shall be stated tbe marks correspond¬
ing to Bhid brnul, the name of tlie
owner of tbe brand and fai-i Uce of
residence; if the Mime be sold the name
of the purchaser and Hu restueiace with
ait particulars rel tting to the mirks or
brand. Itefore each brand shall he
placed its number and the oin: of tbj
owner or each shall lie indexed. All
new maiks or bran Is i-h ill be immed¬
iately recorded and indexed. Ibis re¬
cord shall alwsys be gnbje t to inspec¬
Heetion 35. The Itee order shall re¬
conl all marks or brands aaless tbey are
similar to some alrea iy recorded iu wfai,-h
event he shall ri fuse to r.-coid or issue
ht eartu4eat. Mxenfit when the h,M i
is of older date and of record in ano her
county, in which ease it shall be re¬
corded with a minute of tbe f ief-.
Hecti Hj 36. Marks or brands t-hall
be recorded in the emnty or cons ies
where they usually rnue; stock gathered
near tbe county liue, tbe bill of sale
shall be recorded in Imth eaunt'e. The
Inspector shall procure oojiies of tlie
brands and marks iu eoniity f r him¬
self aud his deputies correcting it
Section 37. No pe-soa shall in
originally marking and branding aci-
mitls make use of more than one ma k
or brawl; be can acuie atocK witn
other Uraoiis by pnrch tse but the m-
erase of saoh stock sh dl be marked
b o'ie and the aimi ra irk.
Section 35. In all caien where the
eouoter-branding of any cattle shall be
deemed necessary or expedieai, the per¬
son no counter-branding shid! counter-
brand the existing brand of tbe animal
by which the owner thereof is then
known, or by which it is then claimed
aud owned, by brandiog liel w tbe said
brand its -fae simile;" that, i-s similar
letters, characters or nnmlierf, as tbe
cAse may be; and he shall aIo place on
sahl animals the brand of t'ie thfii
owner thereof; but no person s al-
oliange or alter tbe ear maiks of any
animal, but in oounter-bra tiding sua 1
leave the ears bearing tbe same mark or
mrks as lvfere eoHnter-l.r-iMliiijr.
ir-'ection 39 An persou having marks j
ami brands recorded in tbe Iteeordei's i
ofgee may tile with the Inspector a list I
of bis recorded marks and brands, cer-1
tified by tbe Iteoorder under his seai. to
wbich cettitietl lidt shall be attached tbe
names of any pei m or persons whom
tbe owner of said stock may wish to an
tbothse to gather, drive or otherwis.
handle his sti ck; and the filing of canl
list with the Inspector shall be deemed
sumctent authority to the person or er-
fons named iu Hich 1 ft to gi rx r, drive
or otherwise handle any auimalsot tbe
marks or brands therein described.
Section 40. in making inse.-tions tbe
Inspector s tall not trust to the state¬
ments or representations of an pe-'ion,
but ho shall in person carefully inspeet
and examine each animal or hide sepa¬
rately, so a to identity tbe marks and
brands, and, in the cases of animals, tbe
ages and sexes.
O.vE of Ibe most successful business
men of this Territory was ovei heard to
rem irk that Pima county could aflbrd
to give Sl.Oflri.OIXI to seenre railroads.
Aud one of tbe most important in his
ju.lgmeut was a roid to tide water on
t ie Onlf of California. This gentleman
is not a ies deal of Tuc-ion and is no
way intereste.1 iu the Tucson and Gulf
of C ilifurnia railroad project. Our peo¬
ple hbould not allow tbe present session
of the Legislature to pass without
maLing s.me provisions to offer induce¬
ments for the conUrueti'iu of railroad
hoes centering at this city. That will
mike Tucsou the commercial center of
the south weft.
UrterV-rU lioor Mrnilr of tho Coancll.
Ma Prwentt Miner.
liOCTOlS r. K. AIXSWOKTB,
Of Yavapai, was born in the State of
Vermont, in ISM, and at an early age
moved to the city of New York, whre
he continned to reside until bo came to
Arizona, three years Bgo, with the ex¬
ception of a brief period he wes absent
in his nativrt State in attendance npon
the University of Venm.rd. . He is also
But be- , a graduate of medimns from Hia iii-.Ti'
somewhat more I M ,li, it,.-
New "iork City, where he entered iiKin j
aud enjoyed a good pnutiee of lus pro-1
fession. Three years ago he came to
1'rescott and entered npon the pructica
of medicine and surgery with nnneunl
snr-ces. At the Ilepnblioon Convention
lest Augnst be received the nomination
for tbe Council, and on the 7th of
November was elected by a majority
which speaks for his popularity in
Yavapai county. He will make an honost
ana userut member.
box. r. . MOJLAS
was uoru in uiiniin, Ireland, ibM years
of age and a lawyer by profession. Ir.
Bolan was a member of the Arizona
Legislature two years ag-j. in the Lower
iionse.-uuil made good record. This
tem he comes as joint Seaat-T from the
counties of Graham and Cochise, lie is
a good parliamentarian aud nlways
ready to tackle any measure which he
inmKB uuwise or detrimental to the
people. To use the language of another
it would be 6U perilous to attempt a
imiurr uescnpiion oi a man so well
known all over the Pacific Coast and
HON'. MORRIS GOLDWATEU
was born in" London in 1832, aud tho
same jear came to San Francisco with
his parents. He is a son of M. Gold-
water, onu of tho oldest, shrewdest and
most successful merchants in this Ter¬
ritory. Morris received a lino educa¬
tion in San Francisco, and at an ea'rly
day entered npon mercantile pur¬
suits. Six years ago he came to Prescott,
entered the storo of his father, as clerk.
and finally became a partner in the
business. Ha has been Mayor of l'rts-
coix, anu we now una mm in tbe Coun¬
cil, having been elected by n good ma-
Jrty He is the pc.-rof lus brother
meinuers iu all things, and better posted
ii i .
mini xuhuj- in parliamentary usagey. .Mr.
Goldwater is a Master Mason, a bright
scholar and popular with tbe masses.
in polities be is a ejnseivative Demo¬
crat, aud n n lioufT-t one at that.
ho.v. 1-ked. o. Hronetc.
useful. Thus fur he has shown uual
good judgment. Pulitionft, he is a lte-
HOV. RTl. W. Wlu.U
Is a native of Ohio. 30 yuan of ase. and
a lawyer by profe-siou. Kmntee years
ago tie caino to Piescott, tium CJ..ri.i!o.
with his father, who was tdfctefi tbeliist
Jurticoof tho Poa.-eof Prescott or the
county. His first einpia mant was in
opening a fnrni "ii ti.e "rrde. After
wants jje rctuiucu to frtseott. was
slpptpil Cin t Khl? inliT. O'mI tu ijn i Iim
study of law. Ho finally formed a part- Church for moneys expended at tne
uersbip with .iuitge num. aLd tbe oo-1 Denver expmition wa- undo tba si.e i-u
S-reial to the CinKS
Pkbstott, .Ian. 22 In the Council
the bill for the relief of Professor
partnership still txi-ts. Mr. Wells has
served this county twin le.'oroiu the
legislative balls, anil has always aopiit-
tea lumselt nonorabty anj satn-mctt-rily
hei oe. any ollice he asks at the ha tuff
or this iieoplo lie u sjrr i i eeeive. Mr.
ttetis marneit m tins city seveial ears
since ami has an interesting family i f
inrte cuituren. lie Has aoquire't,
inroogii persistent una constant study
and labor a respeeiableeomiietency, and
can sale ly be etat-si-a one of h
heav men of Yavapai mnntv. Politi-
callj , Mr. Wells is a sua we, out-and-out
I HOV. U A. .TOf.
Merchant, of Mohav eitjfcwii born
m the city of New AorfETBSUrSiid'cnu-
eequently is 4 1 years of age. In 1853 be
left home, and went to San Francisco a
mere boy, and entered the dry goods
house of Murphy, Gra'it Co, one of
tue largest bouses iu tho city, remain¬
ing with them sixteen yoats. He went
from San Francisco to lied Blnfl", where
ho entered into the mercantile and lum¬
ber business. Three tears age Majoi
ueiion cume to Arizona. i-tttliUL'
order for next Monday. Davis bil
regarding special and gejeral election'
in the Territory; DaH bill givtug
Hiitb.Tity for iLe governor to appoint
when vacam-ies occur in the ollico of
Probate Jud-e nud the Behan bill b
collect taxes in Cochise county were
indefinitely postpone I. Hughes gave
lotice that he would introduce an act to
mend chapter 33 of the compile.
laws in relation to the limitation'
f actions; nlso tbe act to ameu l
chapter )o of tho enmpihd laws le-
Irtting to attnabLicuts. Executiv,
lesjion atked tbe Governor to withdraw
tho nominations for prison commiision-
ers in order to hear from their constitu¬
ents. Tbe object is to manipulate and
get iu personal friends. Tho Houe met
at ten o'clock. Some bills were taken
up and passed but notniog of impor¬
tance has been transacted. WnrdwellV
fuma 111 A n ...11..... a..
Mineral Park. Mohave countv.eiiuapiDe htock bill mailetl to interested parties
in mining, milling aud mo clisndicini I to-day asking suggestions.
good Tbe extent of liabilities of tkodra
matic firm are not known.
San FiiAScwco. Jan. 21. A Los An.
celts iiiroatcb as tuat Cautain Vater
bi.nse wontMltc at Tebiicnepi uaxt last
Illicit. One of his children is d nig.
All the other wonuded are doing well.
Tue Coroner of Kern county has issued
warrants for tlie arret t of engineer and
baakemeu of the wrecked train.
Sax Frascisco, Jan. 21 A Carson,
Nevada, dispatch sajs that the intel¬
ligence has been ieceivd beio that on
ru.iav last a moot liorrib.e murder was
commuted at Gold Mouutuiu, limiaral-
Ja county, a place about tliiiiy mues
irum Caudelaiia. It is said that five
men loJe into the camp euteiiugu
store of a Scalavouian, named Umdo-
vich, aud wttuout a word of warning be¬
au nring at ttie proprietor nnu uis
assistant. The firing lasted for two or
tliree minuttn. resultiug m tho death of
Chidovich and bis clerk and tho severe
ouudnig of anottiera-isistant aud the
JtatU ot t'vo of the rubbers, the latter
uaxing nppearance ol cownoys. xne
.-.tore raniacked by the surviving rob-
uers, and booty amounting to consider¬
able was taken. Ihe wounded man
crawled a dirtauce of about eight miles
.iud gave the alarm. A peRse of men
-darted for the teene of tbe atrocity but
before tbey arrived there the three eur-
viing scoundrels had been at Silver-
peak camp, thirty miles from Gold
mountain, where they entered another
toie killing tbe proprieti r and bis two
clerks, the names of whom are yet un¬
known. There they also g t off with a
large snm of money and other valoabks.
lbtse rolibrrs are well mounted ami
srmel. Further details are not yet to
e obtained. That section of the conn-
CoL. B. F. Bivi.ss will probably ship
copper ore from tbe Silvor Bell mines
under his control during the work of
development. Tlie ore is very rich in
tLese miues, ami will pay to ship, and it
will eo tble tbeni to determine the best
method of working it. This ore will be
shipped from Tucson, and will furnuh
empl..ymiit for many teamsters. Tbe
CoSoLet always has some enterprise on
hand that improves and benefits tba
The goner 1 opinion of the passengers
on tbe l.l fated train wrecked at Teha-
cbepi is that the accident was the re-
su't of carelessness on tbd part of ino
railroad empl yes in being absent from
their po-d of duty. A bill lias alre ady
beu introduced in the California Legis¬
lature defining more st-ietly the dutiss
ot and responsibilities of railroad em-
The San Diego Union wnnts the
Southern Pacific to build a road from
some .iot ou its line to San Diego be¬
fore it mikes its title clear to the land
grant of the Texas Pacific road, which
has been assigned to it. It says
that one of th) conditions of the grant
wns the building of a. road to San
We hard'y think tho asnults in the
Star UIK.U G .vernor Tritle are gratify-
iuir even to Democrats. We know thsy
are not to tbe members ot either party in
this community where tbo Governor is
highly esteemed personally as a busi-
uees muu aud regarded as an excep¬
tionally good executive of the Territory.
The Pheuix Gazette contains the fol¬
lowing favorable mention of Pima's Dis¬
trict Attorney :
Ju ice F. M. Smith returned to Tuc¬
son to-day. During his visit tho Judge
nreited a very favorable impression
among our people, as well as with the
itiemliersof tbe bar.
I Tht recent ra Irood accident occa
I sious iiNiversal horror. As y-ttliore-
Hioin-iiiility is not satisfactorily plucod.
If tb" bntkemen were away from tbo
train a large portion of it mnst ret
The Sau l1 raueisoo Kepoit mskes tbe
following comment on the appointment
of Hon. Joseph WasoB, brother of Gen.
John Wasson late Surveyor General of
Ihe dispatches from Washington an¬
nounces that Hon. Joseph Wkssom, for
two terms Asse miiiyman fn m Moi oand
In'vo counties ba beeo appointed Ciii-
snl at Ssn Bias. Mexico, to suecee.1
Undd Smith, resigned. llie appoint¬
ment is an excellent one an.i will meet
with general apjirolwitioii. Mr. Wasson's
familiarity with men aud mutters iu tbe
Pacific t oast, his varied experHireee in
Mexico, and above all, his knowledge of
the Spanish language, will enable bim
to serve hts eonntrv i'h gn at rredit to
all- concern d at San Bias. General
Miller secured his appointment and that
gentleman miy rest satisfied that be has
made no mistake. Mr. Wasson wa tbe
founder of the California State Mining
In spite of tbe attacks of the Tomb¬
stone papers. General Waidn.ll is prov¬
ing a most active and valuable member
of the Assembly. Cochise onnntv and
the Territory is likely to lie tinder obli¬
gations to bim for much important leg¬
islation. His stock bill is especidly
important. He is largely interested in
stock raisinr, and bs h prsetiml knowl¬
edge of tbe necesi-ity of pioiding bit¬
ter laws to protect the industry.
The roal to tbe Silver Hill district
aud tbe Young America copper camp
should be looked after. Ore is to be
shipped from that direction, and Tuc¬
son should gt the beBsfit.
iMiiiATl.cuK has from time im¬
memorial been recognized nud despised
as the iowest and basest a rime man can
be guilt of.
The Star is no longer the great nn-
wasl ed. TI e hof e of tl.e new city
water company did tbo business.
Colorado's rapid nud prosjierons
irowth ws largely due to the efforts of
a bureau of immign tion.
'J he bill for the new city charter will
soon be prej ared aud ready to be sent to
t'reecott for iMSHge.
Governor Pitkin still leads in the
Senatorial r ice iu Colorado, but he is
not out of tbe woods.
The wiu-oq roaJ to Kiverside aud
Globe will build up the trade of Tuc¬
Sr. Louis is ruising tho question of
removiiig the national capital again.
Born in Cheltenham, England, March
J!0, 1837. Hia parauts emigrated to the
Uuited States and settled in the City of
New York in 1S10. In 1854 he lunuched
out for himself nnd went to the Pacific
Coast, located at Forbestown, lfutte
conuty, Ual.. in IbGO went to Weshoe
and was in the Pyramid massacre, in
18C2 camo to Arizona with the Califor¬
nia Column, and has remained here and
iu New Mexico over since. This is the
third time Mr. Hughes has served in the
Legislature of Arizona. He is in every
sent-e of tbe won! self made and n true
pioneer. Politically Mr. Hughes is a
HON. J. F. KNAPr.
The gentleman whose name appears at
the head of this notice was born at
Fort Madison, Iowa, in the year 1S19,
henct is a 'liter, not however in tbe
sense it is used on the Pacific oot
Mr. Knapp received an academic educa¬
tion, and entered upon the journey of
life at early age. unassisted to anv creat
degree by com, therefore he has been
a worker. W --1 .l .
under tne Oovernment for a number of
jears before coming to Arizona which
was in 1S79, since wbich'time bejbas been
engaged ns agent for tbe Southern Pa¬
cific Ilailroad and Colorado Steam
Navigation Company. At ono time
published the in ma Sentinel. Was
elected to the Eleventh Legislature nml
speaker of tbe House by the unanimous
vote of that body.
This term he comes to the Council
from Pima county aud wiw elected if
our memory serves us right by the larg¬
est vote of nny man upon the llepnbli- j
can ticket to which branch of the politi¬
cal religion h- is an ardent and faithfnl
followor. For n young man we consider
Mr. Knapp has mado for himself a re¬
cord of which ha mav well feel proud.
He is n good member and the only wish
tbe Miner has in the premises is that
Hon. Mr. Knapp may live to attend
many sessions of the Arizona Legislature
and never get left. ,
Member from Maricopa countv, was
born in the State of Indiana in ISO, and
is n graduae from tho University of
that State. Ue studied for the law aft-
ergraduating, nnd practiced many years
in Indiana, when, in 1K73, he went to
San Diego, Cat. At San Diego he prac¬
ticed his profession successfully for
fonr years, when he moved to Phenii,
Maricopa county. Mr. Lemon is a good
lawyer, a genial, affable gentleman, and
makes friends rapidly. He was elected
bv the Democrats byn rousing majority.
lis is a good legislator and will prove a
credit to the county and people he rep¬
no.v. n. k. lict, ,
Of Apache eonnty, was bora in 1S2S, at j
Yorkshire, England, and is a graduate
of the World's College, one of the wry (
uesi Known to ine uumau race, ai rno
age of 30 he came to New York city, re¬
mained one year and then emigrated to
Arizona, arriving in Tnoon in 1SC3. He
eutered tbe employ of E. N. Fish at the
ancient nud honorable pueblo on the
Santa Cruz, as bookkeeper. After a
brief period with Mr. Fish ho engaged
in the freighting business, aud wrjs sub¬
sequently elected post trader at Camp
Apache, r-e received a handsome ma¬
jority for tbo position he now holds.
Mr. Lacy is a good business man. up¬
right and hnnorablo in all things. His
word is hir bond, hence he will make n
useful memlier in the present Legisla¬
ture. Politically Mr. Lacy is a tborongh
and uucompromising Republican.
hon. urnAr mastkrson
Is a child of the sen, being born in tba
Levnnt 18-12 on bis father's vessel. His
early lxyhod was passed at sea, chiefly
in the East Indian and Australian trade.
Ho has traveled extensively and is awell
read man of tbo world, has been in the
Confederate navy. After the war he
emigrated to his kinspeople in Ken¬
tucky, where he taught school and
studied the practice of law and was ad¬
mitted to practice in Lexington, Ky., in
1SGC. He emigrated after h;s marriage
to St Joseph, Mo., where he practiced
his profession. He came to this Terri¬
tory in 1975, and has resided in Presco t
ever since, occupjing tbe important po¬
sition of District Attorney, from which
office he was elected to tbe Council in
18S0 and was made president of that
body. His merits re-elected him to tbe
s.ime body for the present Legislature.
Socially speaking Mr. Masterson is a
native Bohemian. Ue is a fine classic
I scholar, a good musician, a good actor.
a clever lawyer ana can aiwaB get
along wherever he may be and in what¬
ever company ho may be thrown in. Ho
is a consistent Democrat, free in his
views not burned but thinks for himself,
and is making a good record for him-
! self in this Territory, as ho has done
. , , , , HON. E. H. WILET,
A fewdajs ago the was placed ou i
chise county, and in politics a Republi¬
can, and 3G years of age. Mr. Wiley was
born at Charleston, Illinois, in 1SI7,
where he resided until 10 years of age,
when he entered the Naval Academy,
graduating No. 2 in n class of 75 stu¬
dents. He entered the service and re¬
mained on active duty until 1875, when
he resigned to engage in commercial
and railroad affairs. Mr. Wiley, two
years ago came to Arizona and assumed
charge of the Grand Central mine at
Tombstone. He has had a varied expe¬
rience in many important industries
and ai a legislator bids fair to be very
with .Mr. Grouuds. Mr. Welton hoi-
done much to promote every material
luuusiry in .uouave conuty. ana is
looked upon as one of tbei-olid .dllars.
He is active and headstrong iu what lie
undertakes, and in everything tlinsfni
nas ncieu witn sound judgment, but it
nothing more than his late departure.
uniting unto himself and his de.itin.eg a
very amiable and accomplished lady ol
mo uoiiien Mate. .Major Melton it-
Joint Councilman from hia own ami
luma county, bo:ng elected byn hand
some maiontv. The territory nr ilis
tricl he represents oxteuds from tho So-
unrii hue, on tbe Colorado rivtr, and
runs north five hundred miles along said
river lo me Nevada and Utah lin
The Major, with all his good traits i a
sound, uucomjiromising ltepubiican.
no.v. j. w. DlVlf,
Lawyer and joiut Councilman from
l'ima and Piual counties, was born hi
Morrictown, Pa., in 1R15 He spent
some years iu teaching. Read law i
Trenton, N. J., and was dmittvd t.
pract eo by tho Snpieuie Ooiirt of tlia
Ktato iu lrt. He eugngiil m tbe sue
cessful practice of bis profession ir
Somerville, N. J. where be reniainci
until tbotit two jears since, whin In
came to Arizona, uud is now located a
FIc renoe, Pinal county. He is a Vo-
publican in x.litics, and was elected b
u complimentary majority.
1. 11. OAIirENTER,
Chief Clerk, was umi in the cilv of Nov
York, Dec. l'Jth, 1851, educated" in New
ork school", nud is by profiss-oui.
lsiokkeer:came toCIiforum 1873,ani
to Arizona iu 187l. making Prescott hi,
home, with theexieptionof thissuminei,
which he spent ut Si lt River, as busi¬
ness manager for Hon. C. T. H.i...n
lie has mude manv friends in this it
and was olectrd Chief Clerk by tbi
unanimous vote of the Council.
CUT. FRANK INOALLS.
Assistant C.erk m the Council, is n ua.
five of Maine, came to California r
lHil. J'ollowed surveying in that State:
fif'Wj0 toShlt"fl Aimnt fcecretar-
Arman, was, at the organization ot ill?!
I'rescoit Ititles, elected Captain, is i
married mau and has bis wife and twi
children with him iu Frtscott
Het'.ipltutloii on the Kail.
Meagre particulars, ni)s the Los An¬
geles Times of the 20ib, of one of the
most sickening horro s of the rail evt-i
chronicled reached this city y, .stents;
atternoou. A pleasant, jolly crowd leli
Los Augelo.s depot ou the Ilisteri
iHiuud emigrant train at 5 o'clotk
Thursday afternoon, but before it hao
proceeded farou its journey towaid the
Arizona plains joy was turmd to sorrow,
nud mirth to awe; and uiauj of tine
who are on their way to Eastern homes
wdl, for long years, remember tbe tel-
tlement of Spsslra, in Le- Angeles
county. Tbe traiu leaehed ipadra
twenty eight miles from this city, about
seven o'clock Thursday eveuiug. Among
the piiL-eagers who lelt th train to I.miK
about ami stretch their limbs was one
man who was devtiued to go no farther
The name of the uiiforluuati' muu could
not lo learned. Whou the traiu starttd
he, with others, got aboard and stoodoii
tlie platform. A gust cf wind blew off
his hat, and as the train was not yel un¬
der much headwny he jumped off to se¬
cure the hat. In jumping he slipped
and fell under the wheels, head tote-
must, the wheels ot one truck iasing
over bis neck and almost completely
seven us the head fiom tbe body. The
alarm was immediately giveu aud the
traiu stopped. The sight that met the
eyes of the pi.Fengeis wa ru-keuing iu
the extreme, tho head of the dead msn
lH'ing cruhi d hi as to lie rtltwe-i uuiec-
try is being scoured for them by
Punvii-T x T .Inn "A Th ConrfTl determined men who will make snwrt
cil met at tbe usual hour. Masterson
introduced a bi'l for the rec very of ore
taken from mines by theft. Lemon
bill to secure liens aud contracts to
mechanics, laborers and others. Davie
t Pinal a bill to niaend section 4,
chapter No. 10 of the compiled laws.
Masterson a bill fixing the number ot
jurors in criminal cares in justice
ourts. Adjourned till to-morrow.
In the House Webb, of Maricopa, in
trodnefd a bill concerning distr.et court
reporters. Brown, of Pima, gave notice
if a bill amending tho act to provide
revenue for the Territory of Arizona in
he several counties theteo.
iiwml to tbe ClTlii s.
Grant. A.T.Jan. 22. A man named
Hubert Tardv was shot and killtd b.
lobn W. Colbnrn i.boitt three mitle
rom Grant. It is reported that Col-
burn shot TarJy with a ca-hitte tbrougi
i hole behind tho wall of C dburti's own
oom and at tbe time Tardy uas staud
ng with bis ones partly turned. lb
ullet paestnl from oue nkle to the othe
jf the body causing death iu a fe
hours. Colburn U in tlie Guard boose
t Grant awaiting tbe arrival of tin.
Six Fbancisco, Jan. 22. -A Jlerkelei
lii-piteu says .that tbe mixing bouw
ud six istcKing Houses ot Ibe great
t'oudsr works at Pt. UUioet.t near Went
tieikeley expludid at i ve.iierdsy attei-
ioou. The shock of scteu eiplosioi.s
otv felt in this town. Oue white wan,
to re in bit Conk and between 4U aud w.
OhiLese are known to have been lilowi.
to atoms. Nearly tbe entire plant wm.
itstiotod by tbe fire which began im¬
mediately alter tne explosioo. ll.e
iiipenutendant was thrown u long di
Uerkele. Fire still raging. A large
magazine eoutaiuiug uier 2W) tons is
till safe. About eiubt ta-ns exploited
Loss eau not be estimated. Tbe dwell-
u. holies ouo suit o: the uiu ate raie
out all the glass sbalteitd.
San Francisco. Jhii, 22. -Total lo
bv reason of tbe explosion wilt reach
wot less than iltM.OUO. 'Ibegiaui
tHiwder works snsUiued a datwir ot
cotUsJO. Ti e acid works of .1 orison
.t Co. S40.mil). It is imiN.ssible to a.-er-
isiu the exact loss id life, but it is as-
umed to be between 311 and 40. I be
first explosion oceuired about t o'cloek
in the packing bo'ise in whie- avul
200 pounds of jsiwder was stor.il. Jt i
uot -till known wueiuer any one was
killed b tbe first explorion or not. As
soon as tlie packing bouse exploded a
numberof ( binomen em p loved in i ther
deKirtments rled for their lives ami I ad
reaclu-d ibe open space wuere tne
mixing house exploded, killing mos. of
he men m their tracks, it is tlKHtgu;
Jerdin and Kompf ; the superintendent
ki led lv this explosion.
In about a minute ono of tbe smaller
houses exploded, followed immedi tely
tv a fontth elplosKiu, uhveli aottnuew
killed the snrvivmg employes. A work¬
man named August Forgofky was very
senoii.l injured. All the other white
men have been accounted tor, ami tue
dead are all Chinamen. There are some
thirty or forty houses on tbe point occu¬
pied by employes at tho powder works
and acid works, anu mo.se oi tne win¬
dows are shattered. Doors and sides in
maut instances were dashed iu by ton
work of robbers it caught.
San Frani imx, Jan. 23. Tbe follow¬
ing di-pntcn Irum ludeena puts a
different face on the robberies reported
f.iom C.irson. John Cbhlorieb was at¬
tacked ou tbe night ot the 21st instant
by two men named Rockwell aud Tex.
I hey wore repulsed by the inmates of
'be store, who sustained no iujiirie.
I'ne robbers were ptirsned by Indians
and killed tbe next dav at Tiile eauyon.
ibout sixty miles south of Oliver Peak.
There was no disturbance at Gobi
mountain as far as known. Rockwell
was tbe sou of tbo notorious Peter Itorkr
well, ot Ciah. Tex has always had a
i emulation u: oeing a iwIk.
Sak Francisco, Jan. 2'!. Tlie arrival
d the st- anier Ci y of New iotk from
Australia ierdy morning, adds an -
it her to tne list of horrors. Tbe Ans-
ta ian G.1,1 mine, at Creswtik. was
doode 1 iJecember 16th by a rash of wn-
er from s ime old workings, into which
die miners broke, rortv men were in
die miue. of whom fourteen eMeope I,
I'he remxiuder weie enti mbe 1 for two
Uis. (hiring which time ever)' effort
nm made to reach them. When dinsov-
rel five were still alive, but tbe remain¬
ing twent) -two were dead.
Hamburg, Jan. 22. A survivor makes
tbe following statesaent: The w-atber
cleaied ap'to 11 H a. m. Frday, leata
dense fog then set in which' esHttitm d
ai:d increased in deus ty. t'he e igines
of the Cirabria were kept in full speed
nnil 1:9) and at h..lf sie-d until 2 nnd
after j.Inch tl-ey were kept kt sl.iw
speed. At 2:10 another whistle was
heard and tbe engine of the fimbria
i tstantlv stopped. Tbe Snltai not seen
until within 120 feet of C:mhria. Later
tbe steamer truck shaft the bulkbeid
on tbe port side. She ke-b-d over to
the starbosrd ami speedilt sank. The
Cimbria left Hamburg '1 borsdav. She
rss aground lefore leaung Elbe, but
got offal flood tite with tbe assistance
of tbe steamer Hansa. The names of
those rescued nvl all asreiiaineet. but
tbe names of the missing are nearly all
Lisbon. January :
Warts sank of this
sons were drowned.
2.-The ship Von
place. Eight per-
Lonikik, JantiHfj 22. Tbe Briton
Ferry, ales, iron work have atoppeiil.
One thousand persons are oat of em¬
Hauf.ix, Jan. 28. -The Otomrster
fishing sahoeeer Juases A. OfcumiM lest
hix men im the snow atdtm. wlweh oaate
up while tbe men were t-unong uma
the names are Vm. Morrtfou. John
McKenoc. Eder Bropby, John Whit¬
man, Andrew Bonn and Unas. If v.
Tbeinetise shaft on the BkefcEeefe
mine, Yuma county, is 4ft) feet in depth,,
and m good ore.
James Brash's team arrived in FIb.
ence from the Pinal Consoliihitexl ftwr-
nace Sunday last hmded down witfcv bnl"
liun. The f umaee bow turas out. on au '
average, 175 ban of bullion every twsn- .
ty-four hours, and the bars average 99' '
A force of men have been at work est
the Chief mine, in the Owl Heads dis¬
trict. duiiBg tho past month, dnftirjfcia
the vein from the bottom of the ineKee.
I be drift k ail ia ore, as good is grade
s it is great in quantity. This ainew
Supt. Farrar of the Castle Dome, M.
and S. Co. is crowding work on the
mines of his company. Ike two verti¬
cal k hafts are being sunk night and day;
shaft No. 1 is down 5fl0 feet and No. 2
is down 5W) lVet ami promising weM. The
two shafts are connected at every boa-
The Clip mine, ot Silver district
owned by Messrs. bbiptnan, Hwbbftfd
and Bowers, is turning out a remarks -
bte quantity of fine ore. Ia sews
weeks' time tbe stamps will le otmlmm
vie awl wilt add materially to (B
buliirn piodiict and wealth ot Ynaas
ecrnfy. - -
Pat. Scott, has a force ot wen from
lorn bat one. prospecting a group ot coy
per claims located about ttm miles
south of Picacho station, lloal county,
If Tucson provides the roads the
trade will b sute to come.
A narrow gauge railroad would help
reeoid iu ti e Kecorder's office of Yava-
psi county a lioud for seveuteen mines
iu C .pper Basin and three others adja¬
cent, ii. which George A. Treadwell, on
tiebalf of a company of English capi¬
talists, agrees to pay withiu tix months
froaa the preheat mouth tbe sum ot
3,"il,00a. The owner of these mining
olMBis i Colouel C. C. Boan, ot Pres
ootr- Mr. Tn adwell has gone to Eng-
l md t consult with his principals, who
Milt at once dispatch an eugiueer to this
property to m.ke a tborongh examinn-
ii H and report. Copper Basin is situ¬
ated only tea miles southwest from Pres¬
ognizable. The name of tbe mau, hU I toree of the concussion. After each
age, destination or what dixpositiou was j explosion the wood work of the Imild-
madu of his body, was not learned. . lugs caught tiie and bnrned steadily for
--- several boms. Ksfoits to pieent th-
Mr. G. W.Sharp, of I'loreme, bad n , rla'n-s leaclimg be main magszii e, cou-
iively runaway 'luesday. I'e was out j t.iinmg an immeuse qnnntity ol jiowder,
tiding with Mrs. Sharp, aud while pa"-! -e e lisnoih snccerslully. The coiM-e
ing in frout of tho lleagkn place tlie
hore became fngliteued st sometbini.'
aud liegau to plunge. Mr. Sharp checked
him long enough for Mis. Sharp to get
out ot tho l)U.g-, tint she bad hardly
touched tho grusud lfre the horse
stalled to run, and both lines broke iu
two. Mr. Sharp than jumped out of tbe
buggy and fell under the html wheel,
which pai-sed over his arm and shoul¬
der. The horse ran into t jwn, breaking
one wheel and a shaft.
Mr. P. R. Brady accompanied by Mr.
Stlverberg toSonora last week to" look
after some tine properly there belonging
partly tc the Joseph Colbngwood estate.
Mr. Silverberg an l two other parties are
also interested in the property, and Mr.
Brady went as Hie Hgeut ot Judge An¬
derson, the ndmituVtrat ir of the Col-
lingwnod estate. The property is one of
the oldest ranches in Sonora, and a very
queue would have beeti m st frightful
Had tbo main magazine exploded, ies one
of the snpenr.teideDtH sUted that there
is enough powder stored there to have
destroyed eierj Itviug thing on tlie t-e-
niusuli. The cat se ut the fit ft exp'o-
aion remains a mystery. Last evi-niog
Twelve Imdiesbail been counted lying
iu the debris, and tbe Coroner's invest i-
gat:on will probably dioehe more thai,
double that ntiml r. A force of men
was eugaged last night extingnisbiug
the fire and recove ing tbe bodies.
San FRAN-ise-o, January i. Tbe
Intent news I rom tie scene of tbe giant
powder exphision near Beikeley is to
the effect that the total number of boil
ies Hoovered from tbe luins is 2G, s far
as known. Tht number ncludes all
who were killed. Tno Coroner's jury
made an investigate n, and rendered a
verdict thst tbe victims came to their
death by n powder explosion, the cause
of which is unknown.
San FRANe-iso), Jan. 23. A Portland
dispatch says: There is no truth what¬
ever iu tbe lepoited foumk'rins: of the
steamship Oregon. The steamer ar-
The Mesa City people are enlarging j
their ditch to aliout 15 feet in width at
the bottom and to about 10 teet deep,
making it one ol the largest ditches in
I... 0l.a ;m..N.PiinA..l. 1 1 1...
t lit LUIIUIIJ. A IIV liupill.ruicilltl "111 "tT , : " - ,
finished in aliout two week. wbn it I uved there in safety last m,'ht
will carry enough water for u much I , " . .
Isrcorcommiiniiv than now lnmeto.1 in ! CHICAGO. Jauua.y .1 Ibo intense
thatsection of country. Tim noonlatiou coW w.b,cn bM preiaihw the pt
Js rnni.tlv incroimin in that cesoLin ,1 1 tlllee days COOtl IUei.
Thursday Mr. J. P. Gabriel bought
out tho interests of Mr. Robinson, who
was co-owner with Messrs. Gabriel aud
Elder in several fine mining properties
at Riverside. The cash was paid dnrin
tho forenoon, and Mr. Robin-nn took
the two o'clock stage that same day for
Two companies of troops from Fort
Huachtica have gone in pursuit of tbe
renegade Awches, in the Dragoon
mountains, who, since the massacre of
Mr. Reynolds and Mr. George, hate
been committing depredation upon tbe
settlers in the way of killing aud driving
The Florence Townsite Commission¬
ers completed their labors iu a very sat¬
isfactory manner this week, and Pro¬
bate Judge Bartleson will soon be ready
to issue deeds to the legal owners.
Tho Red Rover mine, on Cave Creek,
in Pinal county, owned by Messrs. De-
marbaix and Cox, hss Iwn sM to Mr.
N. C Fawcett, ot San Fraufiseo, for a
consideration of one hundred thousand
this mori in
at S o'clock was 'M below
streets Lsnily d serled.
New York. Jan. 22. The agents ot
tbes-e.imer Cimbiia received the follow
ing dispuleh Ibis morning from Ham
IIoibi'ho, dan. 22 Our steamship
Mauser r. turned ln.ru a cruise, saw
tbe wre-k ot the Cimbria five miles
northi a.-t of Barknm lightship, bead to
m.rthwest topsail yards above water.
saw no trace or survivors, or (mmims.
.Itbouuh tbe weather was clear. In¬
quired at Barknm lights-hip where
.o thing was kiH.wu abottt any boats or
enx.ns saved. Agnes. Emma and Otto
ICobeseei. Carl Sa-caudeis and daarb-
was not ou tbe Cimbria.
Elkto, Md., Jauuary 22. This eveu¬
iug tbe boiler of tbe Ledger paper mills
exntoded with terrific force, wrecking
half tbe immense Imihling. Patrick
VIcCormiek aud John Garret are miss¬
ing. Eight others were injured, one ot
whom will probably die.
Washington. Jan. 24. The promoters
of the NiCHiagtia Canal iu view of tbe
lateness of tbe session are eonsnlerine
tbe advisability of attempting to pass
the act of simi'leiuenrporaiioa, omitting
'be propfieed guarantee bv tbe Uniteil
New Haven, Conn., Jan. 21. Red
Cloud was given a reception yesterday.
Nikiara Kali. Jan. 21. An ice
bridge formed here yesterday, hundreds
f people crossing safely. Dnriog tbe
formation the ferryman's bouse was
lifted bodily aad turned on the side.
The inmates escaped with their hvee.
TRENTON, N. .U Jau. 24. John It, Me-
I'herson lus been nominateel for
United States Senator by tbe Demo¬
Ketsek, W. V., Jan 24. -A railroad
acciilent ocenrred at George's creek, on
tbe Cumberland railroad to-day. Three
coal trains, consisting of three locomo¬
tives, fifty-two hoppers and seventeen
good ale, all loaded, started from Cum-
lierlaod coupled together, one engine in
front, another in tbe middle and one in
the rear. Iu going down one of the
steep grades the engine lost coBtroI aa.i
t e tc&iu started down the steep incline
at r. fearfnl rate of speed, the traiu
kept tbe track until they got on to a
trestle work haying a reverse curve.
The front engine Hew the track, drag-
ting ad the cats iin.l locomotives afUr
it, all going roiling nud tnmbliu"
down the steep hill, between HI and
10 feet high. Harry Baldwin, fire¬
man, and Wm. Lyous and James Me-
Gelli en, btakemen were kill I; Martin
Wehb, the engineer, died sooo after
the wreck from their injuries. Daniel
llradv, fireman, Jamew Doh-n, engineer,
and Geo. Foekeu and Sol. C'eross, brake-
men were ii'jnred.
Kansas Citt, Jan. 24. The cases
auaiust Frank Jam will be called to¬
lNDEPXxDacr, Iowa, Jan. 23. The
Kat Sole school bnikling t k fire with
thiee ht-ndred cbiklien within. Tbe
sails ware totally det.oyed. Tne pu¬
pil- lost all their wraps.
1WK IIilx, Ky , Jan. 21. Yesterday
men engaged iu ruilruad work attempt-
el to dry Hercules powder cartridge-,
when they exploded, bkiwiag al4ack-
smith shop to nieces, and killing Albert
Reeves, Louis Fortuersud Dsvid Brows.
Tbe budie weie thrown fifty feet in the
Montgomery, Jan. 23.--I'he OpeJika
riots have been renewed. Tbe Mont¬
gomery military are under orders.
maut nan ju0; returned Irum 4 sear-a
for tbe missing passengers aud crew i t
tue Cimbria. She brutiubt in sixteen
pusnengei-s and the uitman of the dl
lated steamship, the rescued passen-
gnra state that their boat eauented sool
alter leaving the Cimbria. ihey so ugh l
reluge m tbe rmging ut the toiideitu
steamer where they lomained tew hoars,
were nearly frozen to death when ies
cued by the Diamaut. Many in the cap
sized boat were diowned. Ibe aarvi-
vivers describe tlie scene as m. horri¬
ble and heait rending. All praise il
highest teims tbe conduct . f the cap-
tuiu and crew of the fimbria, who never
moved from their posts or fiuirhed fron.
duty. The rescued phsaetijKrs atfirai
tliat while tbey were cliomng to the rin¬
ging tbe lights ot the Soltau weie e-leai-
ly seen anu that cries for help mut hav,
been beard on board, buv tue vesse.
went iustead of cou.ii g te t"ue r assist
ance. Ibe csptsio .f ene buiian make.
a s'-iteiiH-ct ue pniport of whicii is tu,.i
uo blame should be Attached to hut act
11H1. tie claims ho useu every precautiLi.
(-..using bis eugiues to go very slow dm
ing the fog uud sounding his wbi-tl.
every lew minutes. .V beu be first d.s
covered t' e CamLri.1'4 lihla he use.
every bumau erfoit 10 prevent the dj
aste r, claims he remained 00 the seen.
ten 11 iheboHie, Lot heard uo .nu.
duiiic that tiiLe. He severely cenaom
the captain el the L movia lur "iug wiil
outaecertaiMiug the e-xient ot the daa
age done. Bslure Ibecejuaioe be bean
no whistle f.om tlie Cambria, be had l
idea tbe Cambria Uad foauoVred ui.ti
be arriveil at Hamburg. Of tbe Wtme-i
ou board the ste-tser only three wen
saved Of tbeeigbt boats of the Cam
bna only lour Could lie lowered. '1 1
number of pset gets muwuig is SIKi
known to Ik. eafe 21. 'Ine mu-siog a
toM 131, safe? so far as kvowu 53. 'ihn
is the Hit ami makes ti e total nuai
tier 011 board 4b7 iustei.d of 4HI. A late
dispatch from Hamburg sals tLe uffioei
ot the steamer Stiltiiu have been place-
under hail and tne steamer eened by lb
police, 'ibe captain asMftta he waited n
tbe scene of ' lee d least e r for twelve boat
alter the culiisiou.
HAMRCRei. Jan. 23. The steamer Din ntli eiiCOurajniHr results.
were located bv bim a few
since. He is becked by a New Yi
capitalist, who will arrive on the
within a few days.
The Pinal Consolidated has shipped
lo0,ui0 pounds of bullion since tho
starting of tbe furnace on the 5th met.
This is tbe result ot 14 days nm, and
r.ill give some idea of Thsit tbe fntare
outpnt of the lurnaew will be. The for -
uace continues to ran us smoothly as
oiook work and may be considered a
positive and permanent success.
Foreman Fash, of the Specie PavintrLj'f
at Mineral Hill, is sinking a winse iH-CT"
Hambir.., Jan. 22. Tbe steamship
Sultan eobided with tbe stesaH-r Cim¬
bria dnriug a dense fog on the German
ocean Friday morning, resulting in a
most frightful marine disaiter. Ine
railroad irave: gieauy "fapraed. bms of life has not been defimtelv deter-
smiw is ck,d iu heavy drifts through minM,f bnt ,t mHt TerT Thw
wnicn iue ereiiw 1 uieir way wun n,mhria left HamKnr vit-i Xl nusi.n.
two ecgines and sre arriving hours be
hind. Tne cold wave is suoeeedrd bv
much warmer weather. The ther. 15
degree higher than Chicago si Omaha.
Cleveland, Jan. 22.-The thermom¬
eter fell 60 degrees in thirty-six boors
and this morning stood three degrees
below zero, promisiog to fall lower. A
furious gale pi evaded last night.
San Francisco, Jan. 2L Thentriral
circles are greatly agitated over tbe sad¬
den and unexpected closing of the Gram!
Opera House which lis been ander the
joint management of Me-srs. Ctias. A.
Andrews and L. Stock well for tbe past
three months. A large placard on the
door statee that owing to tbe abscond¬
ing of Andrews and Stockwell there
would be no performance. It is report-
eel that Stockwell has gone to Arizona.
Tlie whereebours of Andrews is not
known. The salary of tbe company
which is very large has not been paid
tbe past week. The basino ot the
house for the p&tt svsn weeks has been
gers and 1 HI in erew. So far as known
thus far, only 5S persons have been
saved, the remainder being missing. Ti e
foundered steamer carried eight life
boats. One hundred ami thirty-nine
persons have been landed from tbe
foundered vessel at Lnxbaven, but a
number of other boats are mtssiug.
Alter tbe collision toe Cimbria sank in
a few minutes. Tbe officers did all in
their power to save tbe passengers.
Owing to tbe heavy fog tbe green lights
of the Sultan were not sees until the
eteamer was only 150 feet distant.
Great difficulty was experienced iu low¬
ering tbe life boits a'nd getting tbe pas-
seng'rs into them. Seventeen persons
were picked up by tbestesmer Diamant
The Saltan, which has arrived at Ham¬
burg, baa a large hole stove in her bow
jat above tbe water line. The Captain
of toe Sultan absolutely refuses to give
any information concerning the disas¬
ter, bat has made a statement to the
British Consul. Five steamers have
gene south for tbe supposed survivors.
( Terr.tonal Leet.
'Ae rL.,1 ct j of smallpox has apriuam.
Five hn laired do0afw hemeT-Tr
improving the matt to Castle Cie. k.
Tbe new noted at MarMopabasstarlee.
up, and travelers speak well of it ai:
T'he papers of tbe Territory, of al.
shade ol politics, ateak eh of Uuv
Tri tie's late ntessgtt.
The Bhlwell-Gird ease has opened a.
in Sn Berasidiiw. A cool half nulliui.
is involved in 111 IM CRfe.
A Moqni Induiu reservatioa has beet.
establMttetei north i.f t'leseott. It is U.
cum price) sixty square mieca.
With a good wagon road into the
Bra da haw mountains Pheuix would in¬
crease her trade cunstdtTsbiy.
Arrangements bate been made to sbii
barley Irom Aibaqaerque to the enti o.
tbe track, owini; to a svarcity iu JtouaVi
If the "deadly weaEon" bill, now
(lending in tne legislature passes, ther.
will be an auuttou o old gane, ptstob,
Farmers throughout the Territory al.
want the present Legislature to iiase k
just hew govermog tue ue of water foi
Tbe Alb..qneriue laapers sav that the
bnsinees of lre.ghuna; goods to NoftberL
Arnwna, over tue A. f. itauuru&d, is in
Tbe Tombstone nepers are rea
modest, tbey only want Ihe Heeu-
iiuariers of the Army, DepnrMBent us
Arizona aud the eapiiai.
The local clsiis that lDenixxirlasue
tbe prettiest girktia the i'wruory. Tbe
yuuug man is evsieniiy not acquainted
with our boutberu lieautWJ.
Mr. Adams has extended anineitatu.a
to tbe membe r s t.f lli Legmlatuie .1. u
the press 10 visit tse Howell nulling auu j
quartz null at Lvuciuk.
The CiuunberiaNi sampling works al
Kiugman, Mohave ouui.tj, are wtl.
aueiken ol by tbe Mineral I'-rk papers.
Prices paid 1 or ores appear to besstiB-
Ra Ironda are the great civilhters 01
the e. Ihey have done more to ro
mote the development of tbe Grea-
West than has tieu done Irom any oth¬
Fhwence baa le?a so thronged with
straugeis dunug tue tnree weeks p.i
that Uie hotels uave been overran, uiu
it baa been altoot impossible to iMinwh
necoMiimalMliou for tuem all.
In referenee Mr. Oewper's financial
emtierrase-Bient tbe Prescott Coe.net, 01
Wednesday, leauuks: "J. J. Gospere
imtstitesiueRis lootas np to the abummg
sum of 21,0 a hope Mm .Mr. G.s- j
per bmj. suoeeed, by gvod BMoagemenl, j
iu uvrrurHiiug uxa icniiunirj eouoaj ias-
Grant McDonald have taken a con¬
tract to giade utteeM mi Ira on the other
side ibT the river, tne work to be com¬
pleted early iu March. If this be so
tbey will Iiave to employ a large num¬
ber of men, as there la eoie-nd Braider
heavy weuk to be doueand tbe principal
part of it m cement woik.
Tbe windstorm which cam n over Prea-
eo't on the IStb, was the Rto-t seveie of
any that we have ever witnessed. Ooe
of the new chimneys on 'the Sherman
House was blown over, bat hwkily no
the face ot the north end tunnel. The
winze has reached a depth ot 15 feel,
nd at tbe bottom shows three feet of
b'gii grade chloride ore. He ie also
i.mldintf a wagon rued np to the mine
from the Seven Cottonwood, with th;
intention of hauling away suHeisnt ore
to make a thorough mill test.
Superintendent Elmore, of the Ha-t-
ii'n-s Com-olidated, went oat to the Owi
rirnds district again this week, to awtw
.ariher examination of the properties'
there be is negotiating for i tbemtetcsi
f San Francisco capitalists. They
.re evidently anxiont to seenre their
The greater part of the material far
he smelter to be erected by the Black
th ck M. Co. has been landed at Nor¬
ton's Ledge. The bnilding will be of
r.ck and 1 10,000 bricks will bo need in
its construction. Tbe Black Itoek Cent-
atny ate displaying wisddm in ereetwc
1 txiiktuiK that will not only be net ma¬
il nt but ornamental.
The Phenix Herald says that by the
1st f Annl the mining interests of
rl enix will receive an irapetn by tbe
teetion of a good sized smelter on one
f tbe copper mines ot Castle Creek,
od tbe erection ot a forty-stamp miH
n one of the Cave Creek mines. 'I'he
after, we are credibly informed, wiN bs
ut up during next month, or at looot
be business ot potting it np will benin
B. W. Hall baa put a. force of wen, iK-
ided into two shifts, lo work on th
oibam mine, located about fonr miles
ast of Pinal. They are down sboeittS-'
e-'ton tho foot wall, and JiJnrCfj Lisjb
"I'd uayjdjsk.glviiAe.,t wall w nna r.
'iriJ-wte banging mm liaeMoae. t't.-e
'ein is four feet wiele, with a qna't-
angue, and the ore is chiefly ebhirio -.
rbe pay streak gradually aud regnla y
widens as depth is attained. Mr. Hall
will spend about S1KM before be stops
he work, and this will dnve the shaft
I own to a good depth.
Superintendent Ciarnowski, ot the
South King, and Mr. Angus MeKenme,
if New iork, were in More-nee Wednes-
lay last. Mr. McKensie went there in
be interest of bis father awl several
itber New York capitalists who are m-
'erested in the South King and tbe Lost
fnze. He left there for New York
Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Cznrnowslrj
state s that be is now running three renj
nlar shifts on the South King in dirvinc
ilown tlie main shaft, the bottom of
bich shows favorable indications The
work will lie continued without inter¬
na nation tut toe mine snail have nee)
Superintendent Memtt has largely ia
-eased the water supply at the Jessie
Benton Consolidated mill by increaatng
tbe depth ot the well and opeuiua; a
large drift at tbe bottom. He has an
ibundanee of water now, and can ran
the mill regularly by night and day. He
ims ah added to tbe equipments of the
mine a condenser and a heater, by which
ue m enabled to save a large per eaat of
both water and fncL The Desert mine,
elongins to the same company, eootin-
iiee to improve as depth is attained, nasi
a, to draw it mild, one of the most val¬
uable mines in the county. It shew a
jotnpsct ard solid pay streak fnliy five
eet wide. Not a pounel of waste roefc
s taken out.
Judge W. H. Benson, of Pinsl, waa in
Florence last week atteediis; the final
tesKKiu of the Townaite CommnssioBeni.
num liiu tbe F.nterpnse learns that fc
md his partnere in the Chloride King,
A Rodgers district, have cot tract ed with
parties to sink abaft No. 1 on uud prop-
ity 100 feet deeper, which will give the
-haft a total depth of 130 feet. Tbe con¬
tactor have accepted a aeonsnleva-
t ii'i tor their work the ore taken out in
sinking, a fact denoting that they eon-
nler the ore very valuable. Th nay
-treak is M inches wide at tbe botttom
I the present shaft, aud aveiages fX0
per ton. It ia expected that tbe pay
streak will widen out to two feet at a '
leptb ot-'iO feet, as a 50 shaft stink on
an extension Of tbe Chloride King shewn
at the bottom that width ot nay streak.
.' Tbe King a grand property.
The Q'tebec Legislature was opened
Fnday with the nana! ceremonies.
Gebbnrdt has been challenged to fajkf
a duel by a Globe Democrat reporter.
L heavy now storm around Moat real
delayed the trains from fonr to ten
A fire at Cisco, Texas, Friday, de¬
stroyed two-third of the bnoiaoea nar-
Iidb of tbe town.
Tbe craw of tbe bark SfilKa N. Ilsags.
abandoned at sea in an almost uunjaared
roiidition, is still missing.
Tbe deadloek in the Senatorial eon-
test in Colorado still continues, wish no
immediate prospect of choice beuHr
The smallnox natiants under treat-
other damage was unstained by tbe pro I m("Bl imlUmoTe batuxmy last
pnetor of this structure, which .s still
in an unfinished condititkin.
Diversified farming is among tbe
changes now going ou in the Salt Kner
Valley. One honored to os.e tborwan.1
acres all in wheat or barley, or indeed
any one crop, is not good policy. Let
us says the Gazette, subdivide oar lands
and have Cereals, bay, fruit, sheep, hogs,
cattle and horses, m-.re or less geiera
on every farm. 1 ben we thall see
greater prosperity all round. Beef is
very scarce and not bkeiy 1 1 be other¬
wise. Hogs command very high pnees.
Poultry is abnormally dear. -A little
farm well tilted is a boot tbe beat kind
of a life to Ine.
They had their naaal evening quarrel
as they sat by the hearth. On tne one
side lay quietly a blinking dog, and on
the other side a purring eat; and the old
woman pleaded with be. growling h tu¬
be ml: "Yost look at dat gat nut tog;
they never gwarrfls tent fight like ne."
"Yah." said the eW growler; "I knew
dot; bat yust die dera together one
dime, and dsn yoc mo blazes f
be red 463oatt a Donulation of tUstf)0&
Tbe dMetine is now under control.
Forty power loom weavers in the afflt
mill oi Hnmil A Booth, at Paiorsoa, New-
Jersey, have struck because the firm re¬
fused to let the weavers ran two leonM'
Professor Wiggins, of Ottawa, emias
that the storm of the 17th is a-voiiiw
tion of his October prediction. The
second storm is fixed for the 9th of Feb¬
William Graham killed bimsoK Fri¬
day at LarkinevtHe, Alabama, in tba
presence of his entire family, boeanic of
hia fortune bttine nriiual kv uiaki- a
I runty debt.
Daniel Ceates was instantly killed
and John Shea fatally injured by tba
expioon Of twelve poo ml? of gntat
powder Friday at Grady Quash, naar
The 101st anniversary ot the birth of
Daniel Webster the Webster Bfetorioal
Seoiety eetebrated by a diaaer in Be
tee Friday enibav A large samber
, 1 i