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Arizmam Silver Befefc.
ThurdH3't Koowibsf 2
far af$t Gto-T&mvito ifc it--Mate.
We learn from Charles OSvnits,lto
is on his wy to Clt&on, who left-
Yuma on the 20 th, and says that we
Southern Pacific railroad had five
hundred graders at work, and more
arriving dully. Iron is being laid at
the rate of a mile a day, and was
ihen laid nine miles from Yuma.
The Prescott Enterprise of the
16th, saw ; ' Chawieey J. Mitchell,
founder of this paper, is on bis way
from Phcenix to Prescutt. A tola
gram from him informs us that he
will shortly start a paper at Phcenix.J
The Gosper Herald wll then have
something to think of, besides lying
about Prescott and abusing its
The .2faw Yrk Mming Record .
mentions the Adelaide mining prop-
ertyof Leadville, Colorado, under
ttre superirrtendencr f John E. Ka-
gruder, as having a output of am, i
than sufficient to run the smelting
works of fbe company, which has a
capacity of twenty Ere 4ons per day
Mr. Mauder, not long since, vms j
largely engaged in mining iu Grn;nt
fiounty, K . M.
Incidems in the U.es of great matraml . .he
howrver trifling, are snapped at by
spooney editors, and nshovod under
the nose of readers. The ht&t is
Lincoln's reply and meeting wilh
little girl (Jrace Bedell), who smelt
ef bread and butter, and had written
him "he would look better if be wore
whiskers." Their meeting at West
field was iruly tonohuig, and vslidti
be kissed her several ishousaTid eyas
were bedoszled with tears.
The Stevens partisans at PresooU
telegraphed him that Spriugervie
and iSt. Jobns vote was a fraud be
ond qaestion, and most be fcbeowe
out. ae total vote ot iese o
mi 1 . t. i .
precincts was iuu, oi ihucu uwajj-
i r- r - I. " L r . I
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hell received 150, Woolsey 44, and
Stevens i. Clifton, whkh gave Ste
vens 9T majority, was thrown oat ;
the Springerville and St. Johns vote
was counted, and the action of the
board of canvassers, in that regatd,
is to be legally determined.
The Tucson Star, of the 21st,
ssiys "Hon. H. S. Stevens left yrg
Jtoruay for Washington. Congress
ineeta the first Monday in December.
The fraud ad corruption exbibitel ill
Yavapai will have no effect in Jie
.ei.d Steven3 will be our next Bep
reseutative. Right ml prevail, and
Judse Silent, as well as the House of
Representatives at Washington, will
see that he has his rights." TJftO
question to te investigated by Judge
Silent is, was the board of canvassers
of Yavapei right iu refusing to count
tome of the Little Colorado precincts
ana uiirtoni n is cmiincu iuv du
ihey been counted Stevens wuuldj
have been declared elected. J
The Legislative Assembly of tkd
Teiriuiry will meet in the old couri
house at Preseott, on the 6th of Jan
uary. The Enterprise suggests ifcatj
the assembled wisdom, instead of en-;
deavoring to remove the capital, had
better try io proeure better mail ser
vice aad appropriations for making
better roads. It also suggemts a
change in the registry law it daee
not believe in compelling citizens M
live in Uxe Territory one year before
being allowed to vote aod rccomends
six mouths as a reasonable time. The
Goveroer iu his message fjoiiid flo
recommend the change, and shat reg
istration of voters should cease irty
days before each general eltci:on.
j.BVil rttSSlting Iplil-'lHffSWre ol! 111
'is ii)oriant latter from Wasb-
ItnnHntnj milia irfctnutirin to rhp. Intent
4fikdma of Huntington for heading
Iriff the Texas ;& Paodic. Acoardms;
l.tt the scheme Huntington proposes
to counoet xum wtttu j&ausas if;
and she great cities of the Yfostgif
extandinir line from Yutnu aflQsS
Arioa &d the upper eorplr" ?of
mew mexioo tote&usmsonopGKa
& Sam IRailroatL fPhe gup is
not a very mm ojiCdMUw then
once jusit .muajxu
control of the jriofe
cific trade wol
as he now controls ihe
ftific from ?Satt i?iaatoSfii6 to iSuma-
At the saroo time exs .jab
tire Buutli be Bn .
The forego tug. feain ihe Jta!
(Texas) Cominweiai, is tisue, IDhfe
Southern Pacific is build ii$ to ,00a-
nfHt with the Athiscn. Tooi k
w if ud. Thebar;rQfld
m vork nmtii, mi e 4
Uq Vegas. N. M.f jaliaat the 1st of
-i flnlk1. .hftiW .m,,
prcliaiijiui-y Lines frou &t pui hrp
Amona as far as l' tarettgo. v
is beng Uid qu ;Suth(ii jPitie
t the rate of a ikiie -a di and is
projnised to xmied irS ifr as
eife, (one futurtn d
sixty miles 4J V-hen
the .5RpecH ve aipfe OAcdi js r;egas
within ftve 3tl5t.3, th ii4nf.Hg
distance, in a,u r Jine ,gcmputcd
fr?m Lieutenant jpieler. .raps, is
four lumdrcd and ten Jiiilus, td this
gap will b closed within isvo years.
ejaa and the antirs Souili." as
the Commercial fears, wt ho left
without a Pacific road, tinlass the
"entire Soath3' uwte in giving Tom
Scott the aid a&ed far. No doubt
Henmud DeSoto Money, of Ms
sissippi, and Joha V. Jolw&toti, of
Virginia, taking their cue from Hunt
ington, will refidiate the idea of such
a union of iivtcaresate. But cliera is
this to say why the above raentio.Ked
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roads will unite : JtLuiitmstoms wen
aware that the iuehiaoa, Tpka &
Santa Fe Company have the omy
and credit to baild to Sitn Jpiego,
and make no secrot of their determ
ination to do sot pro vi fling favorable
terms caa r.ot be rxajiged vsi the
Southern Pacific, md Httiitgtoo,
is order to jawuitt the boildiug of
the through coneciug lina, .il ac
cede, if lie has n&t-jatready done
to tue wisbes of site -Boston c$g&iisi!
who control the Chicago, BuHtngto.
& Quincy and Atchts n, Topoka &
Santa Fe railwa.
The Souih should have bee.n on
tented with a main .stem ham Wort
Worth, Texas, to San piaoi(Mi
foraift, (nearly cot the same n,da).
In taking too .many Southern idtios
under k? wtag, atid by iafs:Sf ;n
omn ibiil to fioje GctttjgBs m
icuke tlte eastern eatl or wpgpm a
net-work of tracks, thoy l:t
I witnout' .traus
On Thb RxAi), Hov. 26,
7V M, TUitor sfffr Sfhttr Bill .'
ai the United 'Staitos
vs. James Bhode4iiJ John 5t,o$y
charge mail i
moned from CU&0B p
Phcaak and .tomy $m
thesSfion of oou'-t. -mfggzi
fdmrirBfl Ami MaJ. LCd for UITOJ0,.aa
when throe Jfc$3 a m
way borne er jjejai'koa it
uty 0. 6. Mursfeai ani by j
io Yuma to testify in tbet
a,ad kept wo eghjtep ti
rli'i tivrtt. fT ft thbusatid nl;
we were allowed ive .ftairf
from Clifton to Yuma (S(wi
and one uoiiar a oay rm
vml of forty-t&ree, im :WW
ceiW for e asd lj:avtwig -penscs.
Tim yourt very generously
Besidef leg out 00
actual isiteling expenses,
lost fdreieht days time,
Co Qsch of as at bast S
morWlf tliis is W, the United State!
is no - less a robber than Rhodes
wlmni-wa ware summoned to Xirbv.
ong f T lie fealatice of the witnessjl
f af better.
fiiSfi fcfl the brush vathar tMff uttftfu
lsurt to assist ill Jiddtig , 0jiitt6
The Ttp p jaiwg oommny
twelve ilES: ox Autftfui, vuiuea ar
R'hodaa. alias Stoat. tk& sbvsn
rorjead geiky at Yiufla,;
4waiteed to mne wmm mm mx
' iinftuifcs fewd labor in th TttrntoiiM
Tiie Prescott Enterprise says a
move will be wade ai the uonfling
session of the Legislature to form u
new comUv out of the Little Colorado
seetion of Yavapai eouuty.
Ehodes, who plead guilty to rob
bing th stage between Bhnmberg
ad Wickeaburg. at ihe last term or
court at Yuma, it is said told a fel
low prisoner that he had committed
five stage robbenes and three mur
ders in his eventful career.
The TWou Citizen, of the 234,
sys : Engineer Wm. Hood a ad party
of Southern Pacific engineers export
to break camp here next ioiidsiy nml
estiddili a mew oan about ikirty joiltd
isastwawl at Cienega. The route of
;he road will uadwitbiedly eontinuo
ovor the uutst practicable ground to
aud ihrwugh Dragoon Pass, aud net
vary much from the old ovje3aiid
stage route iaist of Cieega to tjie
nei.ghbohod of Croton Springs.
A YittJfta dispatch, da let! the Ifd,
to the Pheuix Herald, gives the fol
lowing railroad news: "Seven lojii
dred Chiuajoeti cai&e in ibis week.
The right of way has beea secured
clear to Tucson. Trains will ru
to (jila City in two weeks, and to
Marioopa Wei is by the latter pari of
March. Inside of ten days 2,G0ty
men wiU be eiouloved. After oassimr
(jrU ojioou. 3b wile from here, trk i
II 1 1 ! 1 . !t f
van oe taia at me rate oi two roues
iuoii oris raoat ARIZ OK A.
From the San Frmcit& Alia,
Hesinsr, President of
I! linos Sutat Zeiiung, the lrgest
- M ft
nnu most insMoittiai uennan nows-
pn per of th West, returned from Ar-
. m . n M ai.Jm i iriiarA ku Wt KnAtt
.. - fw ljust lwo moQ&B
examining the great mining interests
. . v . ...
of that Terri lory. Mr. Hetiug secui-ed
abuut twenty mines, some or niucn
nromise to be vei'V rich. He brougnt
a p"ece of ore. weighing 1C6 poaads,
from Uit Julius mine, vlobe uistnet, .
worth $7 per pound, aad is now ex
hibited in th. uJFice of the Alta. nlr.
Hcsing describes the Territory as of
imraeuse minoml wealth, and is now
on his way bark to Chicago to nrgar.
!Z0 a syndicate with ample capital io
icveb'p thv mines he has acquired.
The piece of ore above referred to is:
ue of the m-liest and imst mnar li
able speciraens we have ever seen,
and was takcu from the mine at a
dep h of twenty feet. This n .ine:
nrom'srs to become one of the n'cli-
jest bonanzas of the Territory.
-'Show me the fashion phfttra of
nnv ace?J ssud Talmage, 'and lvtll
taH yoe the type of morals of that
fZQ. Ail right, lalmagQ, weaug-
jreat-Adam and Svo. We h.vii?ffiei
pla' andy , but doubUess you re
?iDr Sa4e Gkeap !
WJjarB a t all times can be
nuaat w man and beast, at
,,, filivr Vtty, N, M.
fge,op on haiui and for sale at ths fa0S&'sh P18 hrgz assortmertt of
I it I AJ J . t: :t 1 , i-It,. . .... - C ..n.uwa i,hI
juijmerai miTCuaiiUKMt, sutiaute m iu waim w ugisa4 ww
Dry Goods, Cluig, Boots, Shoes, and Hals,
Glassware and Table-ware,
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, TubeoQ ad a
Complete Assorttnent oJ Grficfiries.
Partioular attention given to the filing of orders fram djaeeat camp.
Miners' Supplies Made a Spaeialty I
GU aud examine our goojla
SV. V. SIHtYOCK, JS.
Wo ha,re just reeetyfid aw and fr,osh
eoistairay on ufim .
- Dry Gseds aotbing, ptsni; Sboea, Hts and Cape,
Qrocoriea Drugs iand Klved!nAs
.. Hariivare, Iron, Jteel, fu Tools, Powder and Fuse.,
Paints, Oils, Putiy, Wiu
1 tjt .faf;An nP liiiuAm
TdJ-U.illVI.U JWL VI umj.wiw
' ' ' " W&wiff nfihe
ajiji Q0I4 : t
Y.u cwt not 07er-esMi5iUl
-Reta1! Dealers in
d list our priap. before purchasing
BWSJBL k CO.
JOUST H. MSB,
addfiJpDS to mir stock, and will
I ire, etc.
mil- KPftraisin better ffoou? i
w.mm '?W??3 fj VP 'i. "
f poiiiioe !
fiaai;Bee of establishing yoitfj
attg w aotee an Ao souate, auL fP
silver uity, wtooe.
Matn Stres'tj Gflobe Jte$spn&.
Groceries, Dry GrodS;
Ilarttware, GrocK&p, Glasiiware,
ra an u. 10 usooOj
, Steol, PdwirSHd Fuse.
jv iun une or
4 . . I. J
Wblea we dp
aud a a tlslaa ucij aranteo a.
Weuld call speclal alJtentlon to our stock ot
Graperies and Miners Goods !
Our stock of
WINES 41D LIQiBORS
Ar unsurpassed. -
As wa'buy for ctsh and soli on sraa teraw.
the Wot can epiujJat wrffi
ua In prices aud qHeKtw
rmers- Outfits a Sj
Mam and QBgm,
Known as Crlnfe Strt,
SI 0 aping Ilosms .nd Go,ed Bads'.
n - -
Beer will only be so5d by tbttle
or; qjiircu -
The Wst wnt 'ided anJ Uie
Ij Cf JJ G H
Main Street, vo A.a.
I CtkOi suppHsd at !1
cDIe rare, vi 1 v e ine