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4EE WEEKLY MTZONAN
JULY 24.... 1869.
Tfc.0 follnwintr nrt?!r:na iirnrwiSPrt bv Hon
-v iauu" j
John B. Allen,, and bie reply of the Governor branch of the s
mereio, muj explamjhemselves :
TERR1TMV OF ARIZONA.
(jFFTr.i' or THE TnEASOKBR.
Tucso.v, July 22, 18G
fiECOBD OF HORRORS.
We published a list, lasi week, of those who
Lad been slain, rcuidgfcd, or taken captives
hv the Indians, dnrint.- tl.P n. .1,1. To His Excellency,
j 7-- , r.. v "juiccu p K Safihil
months, in Pima county alone, but have sincp ' ' -Ta
vr 1-.- -IK I
ueiHgcyBipiuie. .accounts, never published in rr , n
".H ACUUUHS CUIUU illUUllJ, u.i lis vv.
existence, x aeemii unnecessary w jutauuuu bmuuiuu Vj u..j. onvetnani.
plain for argument a statement of the facts against persona or Jo salities. ea.
. I in In rnn thft tt l-i t I r. 1
;s sufficient. ..w.w uuiury prosr.
Witn regaru to our eucuuu iuuuj j. uin,' r"t""v '"" ; ;ne ,
say that had I arrived here in time I should ces ox tne xerrupry developed, am
noi-i-i n vissiiPrt !i tirnr .imntmn ca in nn uatxu, us biie la uesunea tn h
lit, c v.. . t - ' 7- o l ' up. .s
any newspaper, and receired from various
election, as provided by law ; to have pursued richest and fairest jewels of the Rep
any other course, upon the ground that the law accomplish this object I earnestly 1
was illegal, before the highest courts of the tue good people of tlie Territory t0
.1 . . . icouniry nau aeciucu iuu uucsuun, v.uum u.-ivg jv.uiuuo.vo mv. r.uU, w'"uosit1P,
. ... ' S'uur oi me lernhrr tn "laKe care uiai . . .. ... , -.r.. ... .
sources, Binco our last usue, show that ten Li. i r , J J , .. , i -n been a plain usurpation or juuiciai power wnicn iugt3iur nijieiujn- .i wwing obedip
' tne Jaw3 are faitlifnlft-ntppiifed. the DeoDie will I ., tJ r :i. i. I. r ... .i . . r. u'k
men, not spoKen or in our last week s record, r i . ,f . en 1 cxbcuiu o , -.u i.Sm w cnuuauu uFuu , laws, hi eiuuavoruig io subdua ti
. . . o r " -r---1 ouuuua th
(four of whom were Americans and sis Mex- 1 l! V . , V . 0UI . ...' . . y' ujr.iup nemy. ftud ln developing the count..
icans,)fell into the hands of the Apache, at rZlTl: MV m n . " .r?amC T ! ? ,"mt0,T ?! sectfullv v :
Tubac, Camp Crittenden, Camo Bowie and 7r ' ' C"'e" ! . f . : tuo laws beta.tntui.y executea.
r, , . ,.r , . iilC(janreV. and it SUCH decisions. HI TOUT T hp inw the npnn ( nnitht fn ijitp I ip nnvi-
ampuooawm. we nave also received ac- fl. , r ...- L " , . ' 1 . From the Los Angles w.,. 7
cnnntRsnntirinv fbnt an ,i;i;n,! iq i. T1 u-e any ot iu i fcuB uege-oi cuaoging tneir puoi.c servants as ouen, i . n' ,ve
0 iU u I lo r.. !.:, aie:
ixican named Bautista Nero who,'
Of stock have been stolen, within the nast ninr, 'V . kmu.;, H.ej uuuj iucu , .
Months, from Tuba Point of Mountain an d WM . e Actg passed by their representatives in the Legis- - --""
Tucson-making a totalof stock st6len.in Pima " f"!0 ' ' an , . I " Jature" AcUns 0a thlS conTlctlon 1 shou,d 7J' ' r flea:
connty, since Jan., '68, 1690 head: and stock 1" """S ?Q Ine call a special election, but I find from a care-
' . nu rv ' : r mnni i at . ino mar 1 x .. I - i- 1 1 i i T I cu.uo buij.
l-illoH 99(1 ha.i.l I - cAaimuu.iyu luuii tuu ouveiuui iiua uu i .. - , - ,
JUlieU, ZiU neaU. I nn . ........ ! I A mutiny onp.Tirrpd r.n .j. . , .
V I IV lion ,n Tntiw in.lnn.nnt ...ill -la Ormil nf i- 1 i 1-11 J uyiHU inp k-.i.
1F ...... v piJUU3 uuve ueen ri, ,, n ..... ,.:.. . . ., -r . , . , , . u""uj. T,p
" . i . i n i , . . . ,ui'uuuuij uuuxiuwuti oiuccio cipuc , vacancies in me Xjepisiature ana ue pffa p. n nprsnim pmranorf n f r":
muruereu. mat io nave oeen wounued. and i . j j , i. a n . V5 . - . arrested ar
.." ... ?- t wnat remedv do vou nronose to keen the ler- I Pnnrrrosa T ilasm t ncnlc; in nii i.nn,M bfnrfi th .Tusupp nF tlm Pnn.
'mail i it u wtsrta ciiirieu iiilii ninrivinr nni ... 1 . . . i i i hi.
,!., , . , I
eiecuon ior tue purpose or electing only mem- r-
Ders oi me uegisiaiure, ior me reason mat I
Pnnnrpc lmn mno T,n nnnrnnrl.h'.n tn UQ matter of the
the expenses of holding a session this year. rr r vu,r, AnA
congress nas enacieu mat, nereauer, sessions Tp the People of Arizona Territory
oi tue legislature in tbe several lerntonesshal -Nrn;Q ; i,,u t.
hp. hipnnin.1- nnrl it. tens tlinpvirATif ovnnnfofinn lirrrr filorl J Vi;o rt.. I:-, r?
.1. - . I T . T ''. f w
inac no session woum oe neia in anv ot Hie mwuujlo ui uuiumiatrauon unon tha .
, . . i "uai. iciueuy uu vou propose io
that two were carried into captivity and. inL:, i . o
n ' l it. i . , , . "tonal government in motion?
all nrohabihtv. fluQsrpd -ri thnnantiH .loiilw T.I
all probability, sutlered -a thousand deaihs. It
is a sad spectacle to contemplate. Out of 5, 500
persons, the population of Pima county, sup
posing one-seventh to be aduhs, we will have
an aauit population ol 7ao ; ot this number,
72.Tiavebeen killed and wounded and carried
into captivity, making a loss of over nine per
cent of our adult population, aiitj probably, a
JOHX B. ALLEN.
Tn TV .
niipstinn invn rffl in thf HP- rri. r.
i I uuestiuii is now narrowea aown to the uaie uuunnoom. in me town ntT,,..
struckablowii any cause whatever The offi- a , , ? T time when the term of the various County and persons interested m said estate are n
. Praainnt offififin, ni .nd wWnnni. en andlhere to appear and she ft
V" .Ui"; i cICigci,c, uui entati in the s,vera, count;es or districts, to be nursaed to fill the offices. anyuiey nave wny said petition sjonli-
tue number ot troops is sadly inadequate. I ,t ' n -i j n c n " . . . granted ana letters or adrainistratn
r ' ' 1 the Louncu and House of Renresentativfis. in Ihoi-n lioc hoar, en m, i,nn :.. .1.. ri """irdiioa
The Apache devides in sicallba ids and onlv Li,0 mn- a ' " , , m J afaca m , hereon.
.I.n i. : . r. , ' -the fo,,owinff words statutes of the Territory as to to the time fixed By orJer of the OUt-
oiiinco nwa uu tuuiuaiuincu SU1C, KIII3 UlS 1 .1 A .1 .1 1 . l i 1 T 1 n ' . . 1 r nt nir.V '
. , . . -, j. ' I. ",,u luu 'Ki-,ulia e'ccieu iu uie jjegis- ior tne expiration and commencement ofthe uajk oxuiiALVff
vicums s tzea h,s plunder and h :rnes away to lative Assembly, shall me, t a, such ulace and Lrm3 of ' of t . Conn Tucson, July Uth, 1861). C
iiis uiuumam uome wnere ue is secure. ou sucu aay as wie governor may appoint ; but t . -
' Tl, mi.ri.-!i:. o thereafter, the tine, uhice and manner iifhnld- I cmct mcers( that it requires careful exam- Ectice !
to guard the post's and send out small scouts T a"d, c.onducS elections, by the peo- 'nation and comparison to ascertain definitely In the matter of .the ) In the Probatpf
.b . ' f, t ,.. 4 t . Pie, and the apportioning the representation in how the matter stands. By reference to the J' state of L ' Pimni ,
who.hav6 not stren!ith to foliow them to their i mr,. ,.r,,ni n: n.,i;..,;ni,fn r,...;:,.:i . 1 r . ,., . . ..I . jrim'H.uuil;-
. . a - w .uiiuiiiyj w u 1 1? i i 11. L.-i lu uic .i;iiiiin ini..i..iA. l i cn n j i . . . . . i
homes and destroy their crops aivl fight the
upon, their own ground. Until this is done
course there on be ;no peace.
Cuiild our kindred know and feel h ow bravely
the poople ol Arizona are facing death and suf
fering all the hardships and privations of a new
ould-go forth to h&ve instant and ample as
Biswince seni io our reiiet. j years.
When it is considered that we are battling TheJndcp. in ilir
to hold an area of territory nearly three times eided that the manner of making the apportion
latur e, in the folbing words: l" V1 Ulat tae election shall be held on the Court their petition prayinfor an o 1!
"Members ot the legislature shall be elected .v v. m c.tcu, jcar; msieaa iue personal property belonrnn- to
Un . rl Ot Hlfi first. Welnncrl-v? nfSr,t,il, .1 I I hp honrmrr nf Ihn on.n L.Ii... r
i nit: uuvcrnar n-iwif it
j , . . wvmfcitj t- i (.
Louncil shall in all cases be
I under the provisions of this chanter shall Z "L1! H '
... . . ucmuiia illieresren in cnH .
nire on thn nst. rfnv nr.T.,nn : .ji"t ...:fij .1 , . u"
- UUI,C "Jicau oi lMovein- ""cu men anu there to appear and
W(5 believe that firnrw Ar!nnn Ki,.i i. r ,v , ....
c.j,juUl;UUt;a uiui iue uegisiaiure mat assembled in pursa 'n, cfnf, f flc.h
that he is occupying the post of honor, for it is funceof said annortionment w,3 Rn illf., , fUe D.tatutes 01 Ife4f page 31, "An ActDe
the danjierous post nor will thv .irmW RnH tht. nil nn;,ur, .. . J' DninS tue Qualification of Officers elected at
duty-bat from present appearances iinW illerral and void. ' I7 beneral Election in the Counties of thehn the matter of the
ktfl mnrsi.!;5t,nMiU iu i:ui.L... ... j rT . . ... 1 -1 emtory, and leiralizin!r the ants nf th nm.l estate of
. --y "- "vi nuuii: nine oana win f- j-o uecisiou or u uacre sac ens is pnfiMrH in .... " vuv-
By order ofthe CIpi-L-
t t , , OSCAR BCCKALEIT
j. uLAUi . iitit ii i i urn ... .
T. 4 7- T T . n
T:n., n i
T . . . mill V.UUI11V,
u Uaie deceased. . Arizona Tprriim
3 is Pnfitlrii tr I . . ' " . .Ififin: J . . .
aS TOJ unlil ,hra is oae left o. tell ...! same respect aS that of ' other MWal vZ.'.'.T' ? ! f ibrSZrZti-.rrT"
, i " oiucu me nrst dav ol .lnlr . 1 vc, xiuun .
only effect the anduntiIthe Bnt 1 'Ll, that Charles IT. ir:
i - " v u,fcUl juuititii
ofiicer, but his decisions can only effect the
. . 1 "uiy cucti, UB -.J..:i ,i . f . , . j-xoiice 13 hnrAh-ir o.;on m. ...
t; irmnnnTning nrn hi nri . u AHj .m i ..... . . ... ..u uuiu iiji; iirsr. rinv ni i ias.an hw ." c . . 1 . ... . o-- uut wuurica ii.a.
r. -,.wu.u ...iiDio muuuuc in iiDiinuanoe. rwn . -r. . . . . : "i auiu hui. nrovinps "f hnt in on, p ior lottorR nf n:.M .. f
. , ... . . T"" uudociv eiae. Jt won t huva f hn rm ... ."vh-wulu uiuce t . "iiuiauuiion unon thn u
ithiis upon me same land vends an nhnndnnf ' iUl.o 0r nnnf t . uairre. dprpnao rpii. ,.. .,
harvest; our herd, thrive the year around and effe(ltas a decision ofa Justice of the Peace fn r,, Axed by this r!1
uuuu uie oeauiuui sunniv that nntnra in a case that wns m rhpfn h m - ' J &.-i urvuuu. snail 1 "y 01 juiv. A. n. trah m
given them. We We robm. nd tn nnnm fn,L,.n t?:.i. hj commence on the first day of DeremW w f1, of laLd day, at the Probate nftrt nnmn.i
. ., . r-,.. uimc, Annuel uutuu ucieriuiui; me r ?nts n t ip ., , . . town orT,.nn. ..j .... .
iiniinrpfis nt trtmic-.infio n( . , f .i.- i . a -
countries were it rot for the Apache. May the Paftlea in tue suits before him, for the time
time soon speed along' when we shall have as- be'nS an that is all either could do.
-...u mai, win unio iuo Jipacne trom the ae peopie, uirougn their representative"
country or compel him to live m peace with us enact certain laws; these laws must be enforced,
It would appear that the Indians of Northern a.Dey unt1' declared illegal and void by
Arizona study other nursuita than iWt nf h,Shest courts ofthe country, or annulled or
The Miner says: ' amended by the Legislature or Congress.
It will be plain that no other course can be
By order of thn nlnrt
, OSCAR BUCEALEIT
Tuson Jnly 19th, 1569. ciH
The Miner says
II.. 1 '.I" , f
a. yciiucuijiH jusi arrived trom Lamp I'ate j ut
Creek, informs ns tlmf xr; i- I Dtirsued without rpsulti net in rnin rr o n o .t,
company. B. of the 8th nnvnlrr nn.l rl I If. nnnn flip m
t the post from, a scout in the Hacquehi a Justice of the Peace, or other judicial'' officer'
jilountains, wheo the command saw plenty of n -i , , omcer,
Jndianq, whotn'they cquld not get near eHo-igh yea" f leS,0tl0a could be blotted from the
to kill. Some ofthe Indian's, it is said, yelled slatutes, the lives and security of the people
at the troops m Englisli," 1 ' would hang upon a very slender thread indeed.
Now, that looks like progress, and when the Such an interpretation in the piesent case
Quakers shall have sojourned with us for a would at once leave us without county officers
.-.u . jcaia, cmaj expect to una Lo in mroughout the Territory ; all the acts of said
t fit 1CmytnrnAM If TT.-. it . . I . .
transports over "Homer" or criticising "Shak- officers would have been usurpations conse-1 "v Board f suPervisors hold over,
aPearo" qnentlj void ; all criminals under indictment. ! Z LT " to ansact busi-
"NotMnrrlotA nr ;nforCf;n r t or that have been convicted, would be immp.
... jv.hj. xucson re ... ' '
11 1 I 1 I If.. I .J - . i ' . , , r. r .
cenuy. nai s aefaying you, Arizonan ?"' u,aie.'J mrnea loose, ihe Judge who made
Sen vcr I&rald. ' ' tljese decisions was holding court in pursuance
h.B failure of our sheet to reach the Heralds of these illegal laws, (if they were illegal as
sactum is a disappoitment to us as well as to claimed by him ;) many of his decisions were
our friend Goldrick. Yet it is a consolation tn effected bv amend msnts tn thn n;,.;i ..j
to know-that the fault is not ours. The Vandal criminal practise made by the same illegal
sons of blood and pillage, who destroycd our bodies. The Sheriff whom he directed "t.o ex
mails and kill our drivers, doubtless used our ecute his mandates, even to the extent of tak
ample margin in manufacturing cigarettes. ingthe life of a fellow-being,' had no legal
lay of Deeemhpr ' of laLd d7 at thi
anersuch eeneral e pot nns" Tf ; :j..i . u.uu II" persons interestadio
-..w. J.K io ctiuei u v iu.10 ari nntiiin.i ,
. ! . .. . . -t I ..... ii 1. 1 1 1 1 I Fit' I" H T o T" I , -T ! - i
7 luteuon.or the law, as it now stands, that Z,VS?' if any they ha, why wiSV
vau& wi i l 1 1 i ii n i 1 1 1 ir n nn if.A. r- i vu uuu lULLHru n t nnmtn am
cnn : , ." mureon.
umpire oa me last day of November after
such general election. It is not in 0.00,0
with the policy of onr rrovernment thnt nffi,
shall ever become vacant, and IomnotUr L
that the failure to call an election this year
would entitle the incumbents to hold until fhpir
uuiwebsors are elected and qualified. But to
aVOffl .1 ri.nirroi. nfIinni- .-. n- . -r
, v.uiouuic auu nnnnint. i urnnl,! I -r-.
ndviso .U vnA r f, . ' . .,u KBfi hPsf. ATol j n--, t-
: .. ' - rrny 4V. - 1. i .,
,uuuua counties, to UU their board hv fbJ .fVo.i; u lU9 JMuaER BRBWE
onn.-t i T J
-ivoimmeiu, ir possible, ot Ihe retirinfr mem-
hn 1 .1 ... "
ov-i, uuu men appoint the nrpsont. -a-r-,
ofthe various Countv and P,n;n( . UlIfJEJ
This Will malfP fbp Tnofn m I (Otlfifi IS llPVT-iir rvr 4-1nAr
members ofthe Board of supervisors hold overJhavoifr ?IRST MofilAY, MB
and a quorum is enmnptpnt tn . i. I niNTOTcr irnnnC ? member ofthe Fira
v iiuurjin K UO.
ness hence there is no Question wifb ,a
io their power. If the County and Precinct
uuicers can noid over until their successors are
elected and qualified, then their appointment
uio xoara can do no harm TT,.nn .i..
hand, if lt should be determined that their
uiuciai career ceases on the smt.HnvnFr
j ber, then the appointment by the Board con
tinues thpm ofrnllTT rc A u Lon
Tn the recommendations I have made, in
answer to your letter of inquiry, I have been
i w r nn h'i.rv irr.T r ' t
uci inn tifm v. . w.-0
'"o oia nrm will bo oht i. 7C "ITT" :.,4