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Jn accordant Svltli piftlic notice K uicbting wus held at tlio houso of Potor BiWn, KSatJ., ht the mouth of Williams' Fork, on the Colorado' nver, on Thursday evening, August 4th. I8fci, tit 7 o'clock, for the purposo oV adopting tlio beet mode of disposing of tho lots of tho town, under tho Into Act of Congress entitled, Au Act providing for the increase of the Hevenuo. Tho meeting was called to order, and on roo- ion Peter .Brown was called to tho chair, and Louis F. Holtz, of tho Platiot Alining Com pany, elected Secretary. Tho object of the meeting being stated, on motion of Mr. llngaerty, the meeting proceeded to the election of three commissioners to carry out tho object of the meeting in accordance with uio laie act ot Uongress, lor tho purpose of lo eating town sites, fec wheroupon Peter Brown, IiOnis F. Holtz, and A. II. Peoples, wero duly elected said commissioners. On motion, it was resolved that the nantb of tho town be Aubiy. On m6tion of Wilbur Curtis, Esq., the Arizo sx Minkk was requested to publish tho proceed ing8 of the meeting. On motion, the meeting adjourned. ' PETER BROWN, Chairman. Louis F. Holtz, Socretary. l .'r lawi ind tl oi hiid ntorj it hif :?(Mh il j .i uinist.A, i an i , independf-nc) of tho United Btatfofc of Auldriou tho fjity -ninth. ,,u . iv.-. , ) .JUJJIN' IS . GOODWIN. By tho Governor. TA It. ,11 ' V r ill OFFICIAL. Richard C. McCojimick, ' Secr'ethl-y of tup territory. elected bavins: tho highest number each of the council districts Uy JOHN X. GOODWIN, GOVERNOR OK ARIZONA TEItftlTOItY, ANNOUNCING THE RESULT OF THE ELECTION FOR MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY AND CONVENING THE SAME. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : Wjjkkbas,- It is provided by tho orgauic law of tho Territory, " That the legislative power shall consist of a Council of nine members, and a houatt of Representatives of eighteen" and that the number of persons authorized to be ot votes m for members of the Council, shall bo declared by tho Governor to be elected to the Council, and the person or persons authorized to be elected having the greatest num ber of votes for the House of Representatives, uqual to the number to which each county or dis xsl ahfiii be entitled abali He declared by. the uoffleaor to xm uuiv eieau i icombni xr wo Houso of Ronearanttttivaa. And tho . norsoud wUiik-leetad to tiitj jLgisjr iv& Assembly shuli raMfcfc seen place, jrod on anch days as the Gtfsr&or shell appoint J r A' WirEKKASj By the returns, aa filed in . the oflfce.o? Ue 4tecrotpry of the iWito'fy, atari ejection , held in thq.eevaral cpanoil aodtrapreaen tativ,e,districts .of the Territory of Arizona, by tho quatiiied voters of said Territory, on the 18th (lay, of July, a. d., one thousand eight hundred and sixty four, for members of the Legislative Assembly, it appears that said election was held at the times and places directed by a proclama tion issued by me, dated the twenty-sixth day of MU.y,ji, D.,Qna thousand eijjht hundred and six fcy-four, and in accordance with the provisions of the organic Iawj And Whereas. It further ap pears by the said returns, thqt in the First G'oun oil District, Coles Bashford, Fraucisco S. Leon, .Mark , jAldrich, and Patrick H. Dunn, received tho highest number of votes for members of the Council, and Jno. G. Uapron, W. Claude Jone3t H., Stickney, G. P. Llarte, . Ik D, Jackson, Jesu3 M. Elias, N. B. Appel, Norman S. Hig- gin3, and Gilbert W. Hopkins, received tho zreatest number of votes for members of the iloustttpf Hepresentative3. . in the Second Couu cil District G. AV. Leihy and Joso M. Redondu received tho highest number of votes for mem bers of the Council, and Louis Bonchet, George Al'Eiolallay, Thomas J. Bidwoll, Edward U. Xuttle.and William Walters, received the greatest number oi ,vote3 lor members ot tho House ol liepresentatives. In the Third Couucil District King S. Woolaey, Robert V. Groom, and Hen ry A. Bigelpw., received tho greatest number of votes lor members or the iJouncu, and John al Boggs',. Jackson McUrackin, James Garvin, and ."James b. Giles, received the greatest number o "vote's for mombers of tho House of Representa- .Uvea. "Now, in pursuance ,of tjio duty enjoined upon :no as aforesaid, 1 hereby declare roles Basliford .iFhmcisco S. Leon, Mark Aldrich, and Patrick H. Dunn, from the First Council District, and Geo. W. Leihy, and JosojVl. Redonda, from the Socoud Council District, and King S. Woolsey Robert W. Groom, and Henry A. Bieelow, from the Third Council District, to be duly elected to ilia uuuuuu uuui iuq reapeoiivc uibincis. And I horeby declare John G. Capron,W Claude Jones, D. II. Stickney, G": P. Harte, II J). Jackson, Jesus M. Llias, is. B. Appel, Nor man S. Higgins, and Gilbert W. Hopkins, from tuo First uistnct, ana .Louis Honchet, George a .llolaudy, 'inomas J. ismweii, Kdward D. Tut ' tie. and William V alters, from tho Second District, and John AI. Boggs, Jackson McOrack rn, James Garvin, and James S. Giles, frdm tho Third District, to bp duly elected to tho Houso of Representatives from their respectivo districts Bik JOfltf N, GOODWIN nnVRns'nn nv atiizoma TEKHiTOUY, AN.)0UNGINO THK KLBGTION OP A DKLKUATE TO THK CpNOKBSS OP TUB , TO XlAj WIIOM IT MAY CONCERN : v,hkkkas, 'In and bv the organic law of said , - n , " orritory, it is enacted" That a Delegate to tho Houso ot Representatives of the United States, to servo during each Congress of tho United states, may be elected by tho voters qualified to elect members of tho Legislative Assembly, who shall be otititled to tho same rights' and 'privile ges as are exercised and eujoyed by tho delegates. irom tup several other Territories of tho United States, to the said IJouso of Representatives. The first eleqtion shall bo held.ut such time and (places, and be conducted in such manner, as the Governor shall appoint and direct ; and nt all suusequont elections, tho times, places, and man ner of holding tho elections, shall bo prescribed by law. Iho persons having tho greatest num ber oi votes Bliau bo declared by tho Governor to be duly elected, and a certificate thereof shall be given accordingly." And whurkab, By proclamation given under my hand and tho soal of tho Territory of Arizo na, dated tho twenty-sixth day of MaV,. a. d. 18G4, 1 did appoint and direct an eleption to bo held for such Delegate, on tho 18th day of Ju ly, a. P, 1864, and did direct tho manner in which such election should be conducted : and tho said election was held, at tho time, at tho places, ana in tho manner appointed and directed by said proclamation ; and it appears by returns on file in tho office of tho Secretary of the Ter- X it. 1 1 . . ! ruory, mab au sum eiectiou uuarles 1. Boston received the greatest number of votes. rsow, in pursuanco of tho duty enjoined ,upon mo. as aforesaid, 1 hereby declare that Charles D. Poston is duly elected the Delegate -for the Ter ritory oi Arizona to tue Jiouso ol Representa tives. ol tho thirty-eighth Congress of tho United States. A A: La Pi G-'. F. HOOPER, & 00.,' 1.11. Commission Merchants, . Notary' iPubiic Second Judicial district, Pazuc . . j . . . Auizona Territory', 0. A..P"l5lLLTPS, ' I Attorney and Councillor at Law, and Notary Public, i I l'z; Arizona., Collections solicited, claims and titles examin ed, and abstracts furnished. Powers of attorney 1 A 1 ' i , '( i.') . . jdrawn, and deeds executed. AND GENERAL DKALKRS IN Groceries, Provisions, Liquor's, Dry "Clothingi Hardware, &c.. 1 Goods Gil AY & CO., : Merchants, . . LA PAZ, and PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. July 1, 186-1. vl u8 FORT . Given under my hand, and the seal of the said Territoryj.at'Prescpttj this 20th day of Auauat,1 k d. lo64, and of tho indepeodon'c of the wuiitu oiwiup ui xuiuuuu tue eiKHuy-ninnu. mix jr. WotJohy. iy iuq governor :t RxChahd , C. McCo.kwc, . , ,. secretary ot tno xorntory. And said mombors of the Council and Ileus .-J.. of Representatives will pieofc in legislative assom J)ly, oii tho 26th day of rfeptefmber, a. d. ono 'MvMktid ight Uufldrgd; aijd sistyi-four; at; 'noori' al tiie otm pmd oil lor; thai par rjcfe, m .Pret YUMA,. . . .... .COLORADO RIVER. Geo. F. Hoopkr, Agent, San Francisco. AUG-USTINE M. SUNT, i Bookseller & Periodical Agent, SANTA FE, ..NEW MEXICO. MINER'S, HOUSE, GEORGE CJLINTON Proprietor. LYNX CREEK ARIZONA. Board, per day, $2,00 per week, 810.50. A. S. GOULD, NOTARY PUBLIC & CONVEYANCER. ' Commissioner ' of -Deeds -for - 1 CHARLES G. JOHNSON, Attorney and Councillor at Law, La Paz, ' Arizona. L. E. THOMAS' FREXOII KAKEltY, - LA TAZ, ARIZONA. If, you want the be3t of bread, pies, or cake, call at the French Bakery, on Main Street, be tween Mior s and, Gray s Btores. JuIyl,18G'l. n3 ARIZONA PIONEER HUEWERY And Saloon, LA PAZ, COLORADO RIVKR. Cool Lager Beer, fine California Wines, and genuine Havauna cigars, constantly on hand. JKaJf Wo have also utted up a convenient Bath-House, with shower-bath, etc. ALEX. LEVIN & CO. July 1, 18G4. n8 LA PAZ , Bakery and CoIIee Saloon, LiOUlS HELLER, rroprlijtor. Fresh bread and pins constantly on liarid AHzorm and Nevada Territories, and Orag&u jflj.dtlhrred to any ptxrtor thcit ...... a is!! . . I'm, Jujy-J , 1884 1 SftrTFrancisco, Cfelifdrola. nS m joiik s. ,opOD,wiNaovKnNoa op akizona tkxri- T0KY, DKSiaNATINO. THE PLACE, ,'aND TIME3 FOB HOLDING A DISTtlCT COU.T OF THE UNITED STATES, FOIt THE THIED JUDICIAL DISTRICT., TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : Whereas, By a proclarnatfon by rae issued, dated the ninth day of April, a. d. 18G'l,dofining juuiuiui uiBtnuva, uuu uaaigmng juugea, mo mnits of ,the Third Judicial District wero designated, and the Hon. WilliaiHxF. Turner, .Chief Justice of tho United -States Court lor said Territory, assigned to said district, to hold the courtB there in ; and whereas, the times aud placo for holding he terms ot tho District Court in said district were not fied by Xhat proclamation. ISow, by virtue of tho power with which I am vested by tho organic law of sqid Territory, X do lereby order and direct, that until otherwise provided by lnw, in tho Third Judicial Distict a District Court of the united States for said dis- rict shall bo held, ,at Prescott, in said district, commencing pn the last Tuesday of September next, and to continue two woeKB ; and a second term ot said court for, said district shall be held at said Prescott, commencing on tho last Tues day oi jjecemoer noxt, anu to continuo two weeks. Given under my hand and the seal of said rerritory, at Prescott, this tenth day of August, a. u. xou'i. auu ui mu ujuL-neriuunco oi ina unitnn States of America the eighty-ninth. JUilJV jN. UOODvVIN- By the Governor : M . . Riciiakd C, McCokmicjC, J . SecrbUry of tho Ternlory. " ,; .4?' Special attention given to the IucorpQra4 tion of ining Companies, and tho drawing of ucea, iB0trtgage3, powers ol attorney, nod othar nstrum ents, J. M OTIBR, La FAZy.f. ?ftv:fti. & .v.' Arizona Wholesale . ... and. Retail Dealer on CHARLES BORGER, ASSAYEJK.. Haying established himself permanently in Prescott Arizona, reapeptfuljy Bolicita ,ho patronbge of the public. Aissays made of all kinds of ores, and guaranteed . correct. Terms moderate.. ' Animals Taken. Gare of ATThf$ ' ' i Tii undersigned informs the public that he has always 6n. 'hand, and ibr sale, all kinds of grass which tho country aflprds. A- good corral adjoins tho houso aud h Ta prepared tp afford accommodations to ammnls, at the rata of. nfty cents' per day, for hav and attendance. Qivn Wn a.cajl. Bign 0f tho 'red llag and bupdb of Miller's Ranch. Tho undersigned gives notice that after this date he will ranch horses and mules at 2,50 per month, and all neat cattle at 1,50 per month, or as cheap us any other ranch in tho Territory. Location, one mile north-west of tho town of Prescott. Ordors and animals loffc with Mr. John! Roundtree, or U. W. Barnard, Prescott, immedi ately attended to, S. ;. MILLER. July 5, 18G4. u8m2 WHIPPLE RANCH. The subscriber cives notice that on and after! this date he will ranch horses or mules at 2,50 per rnontn, ana an neat cattle at $?i,ou per month, or as cheap as any one m thi3 Territory. RUFUS E. FARRINGTON. Whipple Ranch, May 25, 1864. IlLuVCICSJIITHIIVG AND Wagon Making. The undersigned would rospectfolly inform tho people of Prescott, and surrounding country, that tuoy aro now prepared to do all kinds of black- smithing, wagon-making, etc, at their new shop We intend to do our best to pieaso and givo Large .assortment of ready-made ii i i . i i - &uwiuuvr.jiuu iv an vruu mvur ua mill moir pa ironage. "ItABRIEL bABREDRA. .1 rm WlLHAM SlCILLICORN. Protcott, July 18, 18G4. vln9 SALE OF LOTS. Notice is hereby given that the last ealoof lots, of tlje.town of Prescott, nt Public Auction; .will.be-on-tho 1st day of October next. TermB and times of, payment will bo statod -on tho day of sale, . Van Smitu, ' ' Hezkkiau Brooks, - . j i 'R. W. Groosi,. ' Commissioners. Dry Goods, Groceries, a ( Provisions, Clothing,' Paints, Oils, ' Drugs' arid Medicines, .1.iv' C L O T H I iV C t Ifowfeatly at the office1 of 'tlio auizoxa Miner, Prescott, and 'sent by mail or express to all parts of the Territory. BLANK DEEDS, for the conveyance of Lodoclairas. .k;ii:ir BLANK OEHTIPIOATES of lHm fl?MM t nVm mocorderB, miners aiBdMmmiocoinaaieawM 4 ' . A nsaortmenu ohtsneowron, Conner, nno .I1IUI1JC LUUia' Ublill bUJUlftUlUlf . V ..111 II! IiVi tho best manufacturo, olvyays . on hand ; alstf pumps, ioad-pipo, Blacksmiths and Carponlers looia. jiuviu oAporiencea worKmon coiistnnuy em ployed in tho1 Manufacturo of tin, copper brass waro, I'am prepared -to' filhall orders In th most'aliafaetorynRhhe'rfalfwVhorUBt notice