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title: 'Arizona miner. (Fort Whipple, Ariz.) 1864-1868, March 23, 1864, Image 4',
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Three flaheni went sailing out Into she wait
Ont Into the west as the sua wttti ilewa -,
Bdt thought on the woman whrf Wed hha the tart.
And the children stood wasafci!E them out of the
' Iowa ;
Vafmem mttst wort, and women most weep.
And there's Utile to ears, sad many to keep,
; Tbtmgh the lywbor l.r irt moaning. . . ;
"Three wives sat np 1a the light-bonae tower,
-And they trimmed the lamps as the snii went down ;
Theylook'd at the maull, mm! they lookjd at theahower,
And the night-rack came rolling trp ragged amTbrown!
Bat men must work, and women must weep,
fchMgh storms he sudden, and waters deep,
And the harbor bar he moaning.
J Three corpses lay ont on the shining sand,
In fte mondag gleam as the tide went down.
Aad the women are weeping aad wringing their hnnds
?or these who v.-ill revcreoaM back tu the town.
Itpr moa must work, and women meet ween,
And the sooner it's urer the aooner to sleep,
And goed-by to the br and ite monmg."
. HING WISE & OTHERWISE
t iw crtt tidae- i absolutely impossible to be slow
pd4tttt Imttoe ft watcft.
' Pi-ao behair told that tome anemie nadfipotea
of fain, said : tl. matter not ; I wilt endeavor so to
fP, titftttto (rife mall fcttere them."
f pAR-rbMOTOKia de1iahte& that Prtece Alfred
vonld hate notknur to do with Foreign Greece. 8b
a be ha- ;4waj8 ttongfat he had mack better atlck
..." t - l! .
id ma nnuvT. us.
'1 Ctah tine enrrsncy seesui to he peculiar. The
laps! n?Wr isay., "T'Ttil further advised.no more
fftic pig i'vn- wlitttfefl on indebtedness to the Deaere.
Stews, as ferd-fc Very sezree."
A VOICBJ FIIOAX THE WILDIEIltfttiK.
Should tho outgivings of the Administration
In referenco to the position of our government in
conuection with tho French Moxican question bo
verified, Xow Mexico and Arizona, duri'ug the
coming siyon, will tjo the scene of important
event. our locution ja ono that will naturally
attract attention as a ba30 of operations from
which to move armies and munitions of war in
to the sister llepublic with which to assist in ro-
ievwg hot from tho presence and oppressions of
uer ueswoymg ioo. u'roin no part ot tue uniteu
States can so advantageous a position bo selected
or military movements into Mexico, i? rom no
pert of the country could tuoro damage bo done
to the r rencn pretenuera.
ibrougli iSew Moxico there is an open road to
the Mexican Capital. As soon as as our own
units are passed the Mexicans in Chihuahua
would join our army of relief, and furnish it with
nil the supplies that the country affords, indeed
all the nocoaaanefi of an army of from jQftQen to
twenty thousand could bo nroduced m Chi
huahua. Passing from Chihuahua to Ihiraogo
and Gadalaxara th same condition of things
would be !o ana, and by the time our amy ot re
hef would reaclt the city of Mexico Ht woald be
composed of such numbers, be so well appointed
and in every respect in such a fine condition that
the vaunting Frenchmen would soon begin to
look about them for means of egress frora the
country into which, by force ot arms and contra-1
ry to all the usages ot civiiizea Bauaas, they
forced their way when the peopla conld not re
9iet them because of the exhaustion they bad
suffered from civil warr,
Approached in this way tfce French wttal of
necessity nee from Maxioo. Q other alterna
live ifiuJse left them. To attempt to resist the
cembiaed forces that wonkt be broaght against
thein would be the extreme of folly. We ail re
member how tue Mexicans, unaided and badly
supplied with the necessaries for conducting war,
; held thorn at bay at Fuebla. VV ith. a respecta
ble ft rray of Americans encouraging and assist
ing thein to maintain their nationalitylhey would
battle with all tho vigor of their natures, and
give their invaders a leeeou is warfare that
woniti tactt them the dangers of agwretaive mm
tary moveaienU axon-the people wio hate them
THJ5 (SOTJRJfOJ3l, rjROCIiA&IA.flOjf.
TO TBM PItOPLI OF ARfflOJfA. 'v
I. Jonw N. GOO0WTK, having been appointed
by the President of the United BtaUi, and duly
qualified, as Governor ot the Tbrritort of aw-
zoka, uo noreoy announce wiav
ore with which t am investod by an Act of the
Congress of tho Unitod States, providing a tem
nnrrif imvemmout for tho Territory, 1 shall this
day proceed to erganteo said 'government. I ho
ftf the Act. and all laws and etiaotr-
meaU established Uiareby, will be enforced by
the proper Territorial officers from aad alter this
date. ... , "
A preliminary censni will rorthwun m inKon,
and thereafter tho Judicial Districts will be form-
ad and an election of BQembors oi ine igisiauve
Assembly, and tho other officers, provitwa ay vm
A nt liA nrnirod.
T invoke the aid and co-oporatioa of all eiti-
zens of tho Territory in my efforts to establish a
crnvnrnmnnt wherabV the SOCliritT 01 ana pro-
l .tolmnf tf.ii limits
perry win oe umiuuuuuu wuuujhuux w
anu its varieu rtauiuw w
The teat of government will, for the) proaoui,
be at or near Fort Whipple.
JOHK N. Q00DW1K,
By the Governor :
Biotabd C. M'Coaaacx,
Secretary of the Territory.
Navajo Spring, Arizona, l3ec. 1SCS .
The mail route from
OJU X 44.VJU
y. must frntrnl i7t'xioa64. to mvr him an bat tl.c
head, and kbel him thna, chansiag he name to uii aml Uiejr cause with a hatred equal to that with
nmtHK.ui wiw. w'c'rnw. "Z whiifti rirtiui hftt tmj
Mara, who Mi dead, (drank) Kovemher 27, 1363
At a public maeBg ia ooantry town aik oitjqoenb
it ' "'I
rise to sat as. and a wi MoKwawK
i axdln tLc cWK; of ,wlocti' i , flat ni f
edfutio eawahfce aigauranaawyvttj
'ill rough all the visissUades of fartune the
Mexican Eepnbiic iiaa passed in this iat forty
years there has been nothing occurred fiiat can be
to forsake the lpnblicas pricciplss sik! rtrert
4to thcae of a ouach7 or fiupirav Diatracted
ady of WafrsarT .anacUy ,flwlh by civil conruWoiw, a4moat
:1U r- -JW it&Mpiher c .uaio . Jt i,. Without 6ttaon. ue coontsmance baa ever beon
lit lew n3.2ate.wiu uz. jon uwe
;t snbaet:dikle knz: i
'h'r said ihe elder wrJfMi to Sptiggies
jari!, t; ikttig to enKghten the boy ou the paona
gatlon 43f t ie hen specie'4 my son, do you know tnzi
chkkwiH '. ;mie ont f cph ?m 4 Do they T s.iid Sp; i-frU-n
Jmro:, aw he Hckfd l-.ia plate; I thought tgs
caiat: oat '.f chickeM." Thna ended the flrct Icason.
gtvo i ay g&ner ot he oppotinjr partttt. to meaa
tan o me ivepciic ana me eetauii&aieeni oc a
A VwcNtfhtdy recently entered a raiiroad carriage
fa Pari, hairc Hhere wpre three or four gent!uica,
aim of w!4Hrts Hhtlnjr a ckar. Obatrrbfr hsr,
witti the hftrftoteriftic oJUeaets'' o"a Frencfaroan,
ke aaed tier if smoking wdftUl incommode her. She
replied. " 1 do not know, sir ; no gentleman htfi ever
itaiaked i!. icy, presence."
A Mni;i...C8iiTrr:::ATa.fP8 Doctor: 2 will he
one hand teUaiittaevwitjr-five years 4d next October,
For orej eightgNfanr vean lv I haa aa invtdid.-nn
ite to tted ftxeent when moved -J3 a lerer. uut a
year ago tlioarU of U;e GnnSmte Syrafi. I beaght
a bottle meu jhf aork, and found ixrwelf a man. I
can hw rulLtwfSva niiUs and a toK ) n hoar, and
throw ninotn Hmnarsaolw without toppJiig.?
' Ot.6f JiTfS.waH a hypochondriac, and one or hia
entnrtfiwaa that he a glos reeaeL Qua day, aa
Ik rMdTtudn a seat, his wile, who.-wac behiu,!
hhxr, hife' 'jerawbfa chair away, aul he ftsU heari
iy to thi lr.. ifThepi crk-d tdte tnnmphanay.
4 tit g to prove' waat i aiwayn , xon r no
mere tb fif guuts than I ai. ie yon wookl kara
bten br jVea into a thooeand pieces I"
crown of Spain w&s thrown off, the 'Mdxicatie
Eoughfras bnrrely forindtpendance as a people ever
fought, under nil the disadvantage which peeple
nsnally 5ght under, in revolutions of the kind in
which they were engaged at that time. The
world knows they fouht successfully, too. Kow
in the dav of their weakness tho French Kmperor
has hndei taken to Dosseaa himself of their fair
and and establish upon it an empire detestible to
.hem and odious to Araericand, who wish not
and will not havo such a neighbor.
We know that New Mexico will, with alacrity,
pjve her utmost assistance 10 uio reuei oi ner
unfortunate neighbors. Our people iove Mexico
because of her Republicanism . 'i'hey admire hor
beennae of tho valor alio ha3 ut8played in resist
ing Uui attackd of the mighty empire of Napo
leon. They sympathtao with her because of her
miafortnaes, They do not want to see that sun-
nv land pass into to tho hands of a ruthless!
stranjier. They do not wish to seo the treasure
of silver ant! gold that is hidden away in her
mountains go to fill $he cofieM of an Kmperor
wqo sits enthroned on tho other side of the sea
TI1JB oMAjrac ACT
AN AOT to provide a temporary govern man
for the Territory of A&oxa. and tor Otfiet
Hi it KXACTTO BT Tfl 8lTI AiD HoCsS OT
Amkkica,! CojioBKaa xj3UED, 'Pfaat ail that 1
part of the present Territory of New Mexico slit
uate west of a lino running line south from the
point where the southwest ooraer of the Territory
of Colorado joins the northern boundary ot the
Territory of New Mexico to the southern bound'
ry line of said Territory of New Mexico be, and
lae same oereuy. erecwu idu vruijvi m j
government by the name of the Territory ef Ari
soaa : Provid!, that nothing eoniaiocd in Uie
oroviaiona of this act shall be coaotred to pro
hibit the Congress of the Unitwl tttatea !ro;n
Uiviaing sniu l erruury or chiikiu jm w
risji m r.nnh manner aim at mctt time as li mar
ikeaa propei': Provided, further, Thatsate gor
each m: as t o ptopiu rtidinei in aW ferr!-
ry shall with fie ooosen el Vaagrm Wm
Sute gOTernm. nt, yepuhuoan tn iorm,4a4
scribed in ta i onttitution ofthe United S
and aortir for. aiW obtain mmm fata '
j Union as a State, on an aqaai footing with Utn
baa been .nxwlfly Jttod sjp , with
new sad comfortablt
mi froth acimftli9
mi. now affordi tpotdy mi
pL&auutnt trip to tka Stat&s.
. t T;?ijpaf3 ,aetij:ftd, tiiis route
Soch prvemdtloos harfng baeai taken by the
Military that there Is now no danger to b p
preheoded from either Indiana or OoamUaa.
Bach eoneV wilt be iq charge of a carefal and
atteiMvUdMiurtor, ao will make it his
aft feii a 'fog 'tha tefajSti'df''
ei wsW' sssb apsBjssa. aawW('iK,
v flfr v aajaapna
' dnaHmxw navnr war without a lesxim, nsrer fhlled
to extr WL himeeif In ay emergency by hiu wtt. At
a eoomry hoosehcre he wa once on. a ?Jbrft aa
ddefy maSdtn lady desired to be bis comsolpn in a
walk (Mccawn bimacW at first on axcooiif. of the
h&thr j of t'- weather. She Boon furwrd, liewcvtr.
iai ntad li'.m in an attempt to i-eupe hfei?. 1 " Well.
nhe .u 3. it lua eteaiedkJBp, X uce' "Why, y,M
ba a'v veredt 44 " bag eJareu np enough for one, mi
A f (MWHh yonthwaa paying markipd nisenKon to
a br at ami young laoy, wno xooKea m the naaeear.on
tJt m ittieraitltvir niece about six vear.s old. The oUiar
r,-.ii i he wa cn'oviu r a soe'.al chat vith rouus
Indf. iQitryhig inmehiniathT to ak the tjrritnc
cjvif. oft. wher. the Ute n'-t-ct? poAk1 the room. A'
" 1 af j a . tJ t t rr
new taowat apnea luts.ig naf on to Kneeir n
.& -.fci, rilU'oniVertng vo -lnny, d' ir, are yea
tflfciewW have yopr t-mi it hiy ows? 1 will
ar. t you nve nvn tk u j i uc, yeas
a:1 ite litt o thing- c.f.pj,.'. , n h-wuhi in glee. " Bat
hi.'', 't yon it ;tter givo my a tiiuonwid guhieas, aad
A oasTvc,'J'. nw dead, be'vg v.rj poor, oflatfCd
aan av'i i:';..' -a ltir ,w v;, . uu-x a larif'
Sac. 2. And be it farther enacted, That the
government hereby authorized shall consist of an
execniiva, legmiaure. ana jnurcmi pQwr.
irwut iv rowir ?hall bs tamCp(1 tn a OeVemor.
The lugblattVH power shall eonsM of aotmetl of
n'uio members, uud a buu of repreeentativea of
i i mi.. i" i -tn i. i . .1
eignieen. ine juuicmi power auajue vww u
a supremo court, to consist of three judge, and
such inferior court as tlm lecislatire. council may
,by law preecribo ; there shall alto bs a secretary,
a marshal a district attonrnev, and a surveyor
general for said Territory, who, togetliar with thn
be appointed by tho President, by and with the
advice and coneent of tho Senate, and tho term
of office for each, the manner of their appoint
ment, and the povors, duties, and the compensa
tion of the governor, legislative assembly, judges
of the supreme court, secretary, marshal, district
attorney, and surveyor general nforeaaid, with
their clerks, draughtsman, deputies, and aergant
at-arras, shall be such as aro conferred upon th
same officers by the act organizing the territorial
government. 01 iNew ,n exico, wnicn mwruiuaw
Wa ham ale eattblishnd Um of Ex?.
in connection with the
m m m S? 1
at Kansas City, Mtmm, au ao ierwru
4oney. w MiaW package, to toy part of the
? DATID B. .KNOX,
ALBUQrJlSRQ0E; - - wkw Hr.xico.
Hatinfe leased aad rcJlUed the Ure fomwriy set.
by J. J. TTutebinaoo, on the eat Hide of t!. Io'f
Ptaa, tb iHMi-mhja! waptrtfa'JT cvr.nnto m
'hey want to see nothing of;the kind and if they officers shall be appointed in the seme manner.
can avoia it, it will not comcio pass. aama io and not exceed in number those created by som
uazeite.1 ' net : and acta ntnendntorv theroto. toanvber "Jth
all locislative enactments of theTorritory of New
Mexico not inconeistont with tho pronsiowi or
arc prepared U etttrrtaia U la nunwr truy j
tbair patronage. Tlajir (able wiU be wi kjm.
with the lt the market afford -d U t r v-i
alwaya be Sarafehed with the nest eigas-v. i. r.-ju
hibjd BiDlard Boom, aad polkoiuJ attccuve walUi
WAJ & v
sonlo of the ealoona of Bngland hair is this act, aro hereby extended to and continued
,ed by owohrnery. and a writer explains the in force in the said Torn tory of Arizona, until
Ju iuHnw?n rt.?T rP..or nendpd by fnura legislation ; Pro-
BJEtUaiaiUG HAHt BY llACIIirSKRY.
proceae in the roliowmg article . . . , . nn , . n . r vh
When T went to get my hair thus brushed, Unwa createil bv this eel untilrtlrtv here entwed
had eftt.dpwn before the gla3, and been tnokotl npou tjie (ut;08 of their raeneetive offices within
in as usual vnta bin anu uressing-gown, ine nair tj40 snd Territory.
drwier took up ono of his circular bruBhes and Sko. 3. And be it further enacted, 'i'hattliera
hitch it to the revolving ounu over my neau. sha no t ier be alarerv nor iuvo untnrv aervitude
In a moment I felt a silent fanniug, as if somo ;n thR said Tarritowf. nthnrwise tbnn in tbe pun-
uionstroua butterfly wdro hovonng over mo ; this fefcrnnnt 0f crimoe, whereof the parties shall have
Watchsnaker and Jeweller,
. W I Ul
d. Ail work warranted.
was iae air oi mo twining uiuou, wmuu uuugui, ljeen (jujy convicted ; and aji acts an prLS 01
my hair up and laid it down, and travelled all actS( GjtheP 0r c()pross of of the TanriUiry of
over my head mth incessant. gntJ penetration. Xew Mexico, establishing reaolatinfjov in any
it crept down my whiskora and searched my way recognizinir tho relation of master and slave
neara wun me same ieuunr uuu ueuumi euuuu jn BQ1(i Torritory, are hereby repealed.
fit! t ,.t.: M Atfnn T il.n ' .
j.nort WHO UO euiuuuuiny. nun uuu wi niu uuun.
A.t auni Kit) ulrin rf nlinnlru fin I nltin wna
Ufc.,l n,l 1,.f Tf. w,iti a nnvr fjonaotinn T J IIB UOatll 01 WUOffO JJeauomn, HIS ruqiuuucu
1 . .a . , , t , -l in 'l'irtQ linn Iw.in minnnriMM nnil 10 frfMlIIV Ifi
Mt t u Khotiui nko to nn urngneu continuous- " w" """""" " 'vr-v '
Stratkp or stolen frqiyort Whipple, Pebrw
ith. a light roan, CalUbmia horse, with white JJi
lort thick nrnao, one wateh eye, ami several wi
award of $100 will be paid for tho return of t
.V;. it. niiKi-'lELP.
B. 0. MeCU)jfwiWf orfc Whipple.
, i i .v
!..- ir.t. -Oil? t. i" tr f .-r n:JT.n4'Li " -i -
an. 1 will .' -; - . Ajj fi- ricl.:y taJow(id wfJOwM Jv for a modth. My attendant told me that there ont.e(J ,n tho Torritory. 1 ho ddcoaseu has been
n t '.tvwjto t noUe iot-d. ihea in the gov- Was a strong opposition to it on tho part of the ft citizen of hew Mexico foj a wnboY of yoars ;
k M(l mirthil lmir-dresse, and that some pf them.llad indeed he vyn? among tho qldost A morion citi-
(r:.isr r.rnps n rrtnirr tn zwvs- of the Territory, aild .wis esteemed Jjy all
''msiHM at, uu uouutiiy uuu iiun: iuuu, iii uu mu
1 1 l3 bin:
"5 -P'lil 't Jti
jpr-iduce fttg. 4lftlof f-ghter " he added, "mast
. . ... V ' .
H! - int. i her wai 9eYapniy a tnnse or s-
irrat!;: in it, vljich t navter fell in a Iratr-
'rtEc.'.A-i i,-'.tjnj?B .reci-4 ju Chicago
o yrar i C, us;imaled fit S2,000,OUO.
rrlat4ortt of life Santa Fo Ginetts.
Tnn P eoite has confirmed 'the appointaejit of
Jube Brocrn" aa Ahociat Judge for fruvt
VT All I I3air. l'tJU ll - ,
T . 1 t L .
n n . "T . ...in. YiniTAf lICPll.
iron. nAuz.-?ixt:n. iIiumuiji, v.- .....-,
VMtftaif rViHttb r.f (MrtridKi. and tWO hOXTS Of Wl
imp .! -wi r " w ' . . ,
pru-fo ior au, av. appv w wwv.
And Envelopes for sale by
11 W. F