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TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, A. T. Saturday JFebiuia-ry 35, '71 CONCLUSION of session. Proceedings of the Sixth Legislative Assembly of Arizona. COUNCIL. I1' TnntTY-SEVEXTir Day, Feb. 16. After opening, and receipt of several reports, Atr Bidwell introduced a bill fixing the apportionment of members of the Legislative Assembly, takin the census, &c. Mr Fowler introduced bill to amend chap. 2, of Code House bill fixing compensation of district judges was indefinitely post poned by a vote of 10 to 6. House bill regulating the distribu tion, custody, &c. of public moneys passed unanimously. House bill to provide for the civil expenses of the Q'erritory, passed by a unanimous vote; also by the same vote, the bill fixing time when certain laws shall take effect House concurred in Council amend ments to bill to provide revenue for the Territory, and counties thereof. Council bill repealing the Act creat ing the office of Attorney-General was indefinitely postponed. Message from the Governor was re ceived announcing his approval of Acts fixing time "for holding general elections, and for payment of District Attorney of Yuma county, and asso ciate counsel in prosecuting tax suits. After recess, members of joint com. acting in concert with citizens on sworn statistics of Indian depredations, reported at length, and declared in conclusion that "to sum up the evi dence, it is our opinion that during the year 1870, the Apache Indians have been, and are now, in more active hostility than at any time since the Territory has been under the Ameri can Flag. The vote on bill passed in the morn ing providing for civil expenses of the Territory, was reconsidered, the bill further amended, and passed by 14 ayes, and Mr Wilson's nay. Mr Fowler introduced bill for loan to prosecute war against hostile In dians. House refused to concur in Council amendments to bill relating to prisons, &c, and appointed com. of conference thereon, and asked one on part of Council ; and same action was had on bill to amend sec. of Act creating Boards of Supervisors. Mr Bid well introduced bill to amend soc. 6 of chaps. 31 and 32 of Code, on maiiages, rights of married women, &c, and to repeal chap. 27 of estates of dower, and then adjourned. TiintTY-EiGiiTir Day, Feb. 17. After opening, President Stickney's absence was excused because of ill ness. Mr. Stevens introduced a bill to amend chap. 49 of Code relating to license tax. House bill to create a board of regis try for elections was lost by Ayes Messrs Alsop, Cartter and Marniaduke 3. Kays Messrs Leon, Ochoa, Phillips and Stevens 4. claim of M. B. Duffield was adopted. Memorial aslanjr uonsress to allow House amendments to bills to estab lish public schools, and for benefit of school-fund, were concurred in; and House memorial asking protection from hostile Apache Indians was adop ted. House amendments to bill providing District courts in Maricopa county were concurred in ; also, House res j lution regarding introduction of new bills after 2 p. m. to-day. Message from Governor was recived announcing his approval of Acts pro viding for insane persons, and for com piling and publishing information to induce immigration. House bill to provide for the civil expenses of the Territory passed unan imously ; also by a like vote the bill amending sec. 0 of an amendatory Act of chaps. 31 and 32 of Code, and re pealing chap. 27 ; also by same vote, the bill on license tax; also, by unan imous vote, the bill to aid in printing testimony of Indian committee. House bill for a loan to carry on a campaign against the Apaches, was indefinitely postponed. Mr. Phillips announced the. death of Hon. D. H. Stickney late President of the Council, and, out of respect, moved that the Council do adjourn, which motion prevailed. TmitTY-xceni Day, Feb. 18. After opening, the Piesident pro tern was instructed by resolution to sign so much of the Council records as re mained unsigned by reason of the sick ness of the late President; after which Mr. Cartter was chosen President to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of Mr. Stickney, and Judge Reavis administered the oath of office. The Secretary was instructed to ad- vise the House of the melancholy in telligence of the death of Hon. D. H. Stickney, late President, and of the hour of the funeral, with an invitation to participate hi the funeral rites. After receipt of several reports, House amendments to license bill were concurred in ; also adopted report of conference committee amending Act creating Boards of Supervisors, which allows the recorders of Pima, Yavapai and Yuma each a salary of $400, and those of Mojave and Maricopa 200 each. - House bill providing for legislative apportiontment, passed unanimously. The Governor by message announc ed the appointment of Samuel Hughes Adjutant-Gereral, whereupon the Council went into executive session and unanimously confirmed the ap pointment. A committee, consisting of Messrs Phillips, Stevens and Ochoa, was then appointed to prepare and report reso lutions, (given in full elsewhere), re aming death ot the late President, and the form of proceedings to be ob served at the tuneral. j After much other business referred ! to in various ways hi our reports, mes sages were received irom the Governor , announcing his approval of bills to provide tor holding courts m Maricopa county; to establish public schools in Arizona; to appropriate money for prliinn.Hrmnl nm-nn-wn In fiiimud Hnnsft , , . J- . x . t, law, ana joint resolution asKmg jrres ident of the United States to allow claim of M. B. Duffield, as former Marshal of Arizona. After appointing com. to ascertain if the Governor had further communi cations to make, the Council adjourned until Monday, at OA a. in. Fortieth Day, Feb. 20. After opening, Mr. Phillips offered a resolution tendering thanks to Col. Thomas S. Dunn, commanding Camp Lowell, for kindness and assistance in selecting and preparing the grave of Daniel IT. Stickney, deceased, which was adopted. Housi o ioint resolution to order and pay for printin printinff revenue and school ! laws, Avas ruled out of order, and House concurrent resolution to suspend rules to admit the foregoing was not concurred in. Committee appointed to wait on the Governor to ascertain if he had further communications to make reported that he would forthwith communicate to that body, which was received and was in substance a complimentary one on what had been accomplished, after which the Spsaker announced, at 10 a. m., an adjournment sine die. HOUSE. TiilliTY-EIGHTll Day, Fob. 17. After opening and receipt of several lengthy reports from various coins., a message was received from the Gov ernor announcing his approval of bills amending sec. 14, of chap. 2 of Code on the formation and rights of coun ties ; to establish terms of the Supreme Court; to amend sec. 6, chap. 12 of Code on Jails and Prisons and confine ment of prisoners. Public School bill passed by unani mous vote ; by same vote passed House memorial to Congress, asking protec tion against hostile Indians. Council bill for benefit of school fund passed by 13 ayes, and Messrs Bid- le11 and Dobbins nays. Council bill to provide for District Courts in Maricopa county passed by lu aves, nays none. - House bill amending the amendato ry Act of Chapts. 31 and 32 of Code, relating to marriages, rights of mar ried women, divorces and repealing chap. 27 "Of Estates of Dower", pass ed by 14 ayes, and Messrs Elias and Romano's nays. Council concurrent resolution regard ing adjournment was concurred in. Council amendments to bill relating to marks and brands were concurred Mr. Bidwell introduced bill to ap propriate money to help pay printing o. tesumoiiy taKen uy uie xnuiaucom- , ""4". l U, uaioac upon the Governor regarding any ayes, and Mr Elias nay. , f(Jrther mesSttgeg S0011 YpQvt:( Council Ml to appropriate money ; thafc ft comimiIucatiou woukl re to Sisters of St. Joseph lor educational , ceiyed bafore 1Q a wMch wa3 dul purposes Passed by 14 ayes, and Messrs j fonvarded and waSchieny coinplimen Simth and Dobbins nays. 1 1 wifcIl referenc(i to what had been House refused to concur m Council j accJom lishcd durillg the session, amendments to bill relating to distn- A of resoiutioils woro io. buhon, custody, -c. ot public moneys, duced ;md ad ted am which was and a conference com. was appointed i . on part of House. ' tw tVh,lt tht! ilmTllff. of flfn After a recess, House bill lor loan to member8 of fllu House of Representa arry on war against the Apaches' , , hnmhv tanrlmfri passed by Ayes Messrs Brinley, Fitz gerald, iilias, Fowler, Goodwin, ALor gan, O'Neil, Romano and Mr Speaker 0. Nays Messrs xVnderson, Bid well, Melvin, Mercer, Smith, Taylor and Wilson 7. Legislative apportionment bill passed by Ayes 16. Nays none. This bill gives Pima county 4 councilmen and 8 assemblymen; Yavapai 2 council man and 5 assemblymen; Yavapai and Maricopa jointly 1 councilman; Maricopa, 1 assemblyman; Yuma 1 councilman and 3 assemblymen ; Yu- ma and Majave jointly 1 councilman, and Mojave 1 assemblyman. Council memorial regarding back pay of M. B. Duffield as TJ. S. Mar shal, passed by 10 ayes. House bill to amend chap. 2 1 of Code regarding organizing and compensat ing companies for Indian campaigns, assed by Aves Messrs Anderson, Brinley, Elias, Fitzgerald, Fowler, Goodwin, Melvin, Morgan, O'Ncil, Romano and Mr Speaker 11. Nays Messrs Bidwell, Mercer, Smith, Taylor and Wilson 5. Council bill relating to License pass ed by Ayes Messrs Anderson, Bid well, Elias, Fitzgerald, O'.Neil, Ro mano, Smith, Taylor and Wilson 9. Nays Messrs Biinley, iowlor, Mel vin, Mercjr and Mr Speaker 3. Not voti..g, Messrs Goodwm and Morgan House adjourned. TiiiiiTY-xiXTir Day, Feb. IS. After opening, a message was re ceiven irom tne Vxovern&r annuuncine: his approval of joint resolution askin tor niouiiication ot the U. fc. excise law, and bill relating to maintaining public roads. After reports by nearly all standing committees to the effect that they had disposed of all business referred to them, the report ot the conference committee fixing salaries of clerks of ! ' . -. Boards of Supervisors was adopted; lalsohattsani action on conference re- poit on bill relating to custody, dis tribution, &c. of public moneys. House bill giving authority to raise troops was indefinitely postponed. After some miscellaneous business, and a short recess, Mr. Goodwin made appropriate remarks on the death of Hon. D. H. Sticlcney, and presented the following which was adopted : Resolved, That this House deeply mourn the loss which the Territory has sustained in the death of D. H. Stickney, late President of the Coun cil ; and be it futher resolved, That the members of the Assembly, in a body, follow his remains to the grave. iy ... . r.. -n-i n , ltil 11 1WUSS. . jmu wen mtro- aucea a memorial asking tliat a cus toms revenue district do lormea oy uniting Arizona with part of Southern California, and making San Diego a Port of Entry, which was thereafter indefinitely postponed by a vote of 7 to 0. After another recess until G p. m., the House met and received a message from the Governor announcing his ap proval of joint resolution asking pro tection from hostile Indians ; bill con cerning marks and brands ; of bill re lating to marriages, rights of married j women, occ. ; ot Dill appropriatm 300 to pay for printing testimony on Indian outrages ; of bill to provide for revision ana printing oi tlie laws ; ot bill relating to distribution, custody and application of public money ; of bill amending Act creating: Boards of Supervisors; of bill to provide for civil expenses of the Territorial gov ernment : of bill relating to toll roads, bridges and ferries. Alter several snort recesses ana re ports of enrollment and engrossment committees, a message irom tne Gov ernor announced his approval of joint resolution fixing apportionment of members of the Legislature and pro viding for the census ; of bill relating to jails and prisons ; of bill to provide revenue for the Territory and comities thereof; of bill fixing: terms, times and expiration of certain Territorial and county offices; of joint resolution o pay J ohn H. Pureell 60 for making 4 copies ot revenue bill. Adjourned until 9 a. m., Monday next. Fortieth Day, Feb. 20. After opening, Mr. Bidwell intro duced concurrent resolution which passed to suspend one before passed regarding new business, so as to ad mit a joint resolution to provide for publication of revenue and school laws. -L, f.j T, ccn,i v... ,r ii -vn,rC Committeo wa3 appointed to wait tives be and they are hereby tendered to the Hon. M. D. Dobbins for the able and dignified manner in which he has presided over the same. After some remarks by the Speaker, the House adjourned, sine die. For Akizoxa. A party, under the lead ership of Thomas Miner, an old resident of this county, is now making up in this vicin ity for Arizona.- Mr. Miner was some years since on the ground where lie now proposes to go, and asserts that from 50 to 100 per day can be sluiced out to the man. A lew more are required to fill up his company. White Pine News. S. SlLVEHBERG, San Francisco, Cal. E. N. FISH & CO- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL .DEALEKS IN. General Merchandise TUCSON. . . .ARIZONA. -o- ave constantly on band a large and .well selected stock of DRY GOODS DRY GOODS DRY GOODS r CLOTHING CLOTHING CLGTIIING BOOTS & SHOES BOOTS & SHOES BOOTS & SHOES GROCERIES PROVISIONS "GROCERIES & PROVISIONS TOBACCO TOBACCO CIGARS CIGAIiS HARDWARE HARDWARE And the choicest descriptions of- LIQUORS, M'INES, dx-., LIQUORS, W7NES, d-c, October 14, 1ST0. 1-ti. Charles T- Hayden- -o- WH OLE SALE AND RETAIL . . DL'ALEK IX. Every Variety of MEKCHAISTDISE. Tucson, .Aarizoiia. November 5, 1S70. 1-tf. NOTICE T THE PUBLIC. -o- -E very rcspet;tfull anil0ullce t(Ahu Y T Public, aud especially To Travelers, That we now have at- C a EB1 5 A complete stock oi DRY GOODS, CLOTHNG, DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES, BOOTS & SHOES, BOOTS & SHOES, GROCERIES & PROVISIONS GROCERIES & PROVISIONS, i GROCERIE S & PR OYISIONS, GRODERIES & PROVISIONS, And M i n er's Tools, which we oiler such goods can ritv. at the lowest rates that be bought at in the Tcr- "VVe would especially call the attention of Prospecting Parties and Emigrants, and the people of Rallston City, tfiat we will SELL AT LOWER RATES ; Than they can bin' the same on the Rio"' Grande or in Tues'on, and save them the great cost of transportation from either of : the above mentioned places. igg?" Give us a call, and you will be satis-. lied with goods and prices. 2tf TTJLLY, OCHOA & CO. For Sale- i 7E HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROM ! Tt Prcscott a j Fine Lot of Selected Lumber, 1 which we offer cheap for cash, at our Flour-1 ing Mill, Adamsville, A. T. 10ni3 W. BICIIARD & Co. J O B - P K IXTIN G OF ALL KINDS SOLICITED AND Ex ecuted with Neatness, Promptness and at Jt'cuionable Prices, at The Citizen Office. E. N. Fisn, Tucson, A. T. TO THE PUBLIC. -O- E take this method of- rcspetl'iill"1Sr announcing to our friends and A "the citizens. of Arizona in genera , that wc have just received, and are now open ing NEW AND COMPLETE STOCK 'Frbui Eastern Markets, Consisting of. DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HARDWARE, QTJEENSWARE GLASSWARE, , ' ' . XIQTORS, BOOTS & SHOES, , and PROVISIONS. -Also ailullstcckjof- LEATHER, HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES, CHAINS, COLLARS WHIPS, CARRIAGE. AXLES AND ' BOXING, Mule & Horse Shoes, And in fact everything required for Outfitting Freighters. s nu STfi V7 great cam bygone of the linn, and witU special reference -to' this market, we ai confident that we can sell our goods at CHEAP IF NOT CHEAPER than any other House in the Territory We arc therefore certain' that as to quality and adaptability to the wants of the cow Uiunity our stock is unsurpassed. for these reasons vc respectfully Mtlitit a share of the public patronage, fcciing assured that our goods and prices eanuot ail to give entire satisfaction. I TULLY, OCHOA & DeLONG.