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s 'pHESWTT, MAY 4, 1K07.
i nt IP SERVICES will bo resumed to l'"1'' . .. in-t . ,i. n i... tlio HcV. .Mr. niiiM.-, iiv niu vuuii i "J irro'. jock,'A M. m i,.t1 IViHiahror rflitrnfil In . VIJATf iCrn - Is looking well, aitnougn uciuig very ami he autlniciy iieiui'u " j"u"s " . .i,0 died nt San llcrniirilliio previous to Ills " .. . win. ni.. ilt(tcrcciniciion. THE CENSUS FOIt 1807. The Census Returns for 1807, giving tJie present twptilntioii of eacli county in the Territory, have been received nt the Gover nor's olllce, excepting Irom Pah Utc county. They arc ns follows: Pima Count r, Yuma " . Mohave "... Yavupai "... Allowing Pnb-Ute same as last year, viz: ... 2,770 1,150 MO 2,327 In addition to the ranching about 1st wlliCll WO lial! Bjiunvu iittnuin, mu botmJ In gardens. For the first time seed Ei ir ind there has been so much rain that ,oil U exceedingly muuun uu ikh, i,v iu eRrdcn, they inny uc icnccu aim cultivated rhonri of digging every day will prove both Itlol nd profitable. Kxpcrienco haa shown tn t this alllluae, nearly nil mo lavorivc rtiblci snd radons may tie successfully raised. tno better potatoes man tirose produced i Uit tcason. ' A Co.. at I'imo Villages, have a large of flonr mi liand, and are running their , mill regularly. Mr. Knowles U the naive rislcndcnt of the establishment. A. O. Bene- ;oiginftr. orrn A Co have a store at Sweetwater, now dame of Mr. Rlordan rrank Lnrkln, ifrio to charge, Is said to be coining to 1'rcs- dnatiosto tub wniunT. line in aan l . . i. a. ... .1... .... rico, aicssr. uancruu iv vu. uiu iiiuiiir fcihtr. presented the Governor for the Tcrrl I Library, a copy or Hittcil a Compilation or Gcotr.,1 Law of California, a very valuable e 6f to large octavo volumes, and much in ore bkte thin Wood's Digest. sarlScabourgh, Esq. ol the Aita California, . ., v.. T . . . 1 . . .. . . f r T 01 IDC nocKiun iauci)cnu(:ui.Bi:iuuiiaiiu copy of i)e Tociuevillfc's " Dcraocracy In ri(a,"one"of tl ablest-tind rnrrcst foreign re- i of our govcrtrmcn.1. books are now In the Territorial Library, he Librarian haa formally thanked the gener- lonors for tbclr presentation. Wo hopo other i of the Territory, In Ban Francisco, will re :rour Infant library hi a similar manner. 611 Total jiopulation,- 7,130 Elsewhere will be found the proclamations of the Governor, iiued in accordance with law, mid announcing the apjiortionment of members or the Legislature, and the offices to bo filled at the ensuing general election on Wednesday, June 5th. In this connection we reproduce for con venience of comparison, the census returns Us heretofore rendered 1800 : At lV'colt, Arizona, on Tuesday April W, .W' nt 7 1-4 r. .M., Mawiaiu-t (iutrriTits Hi nt. morning of this week. The Governor was cordially welcomed by hlAiumorous friends, who nre hiehlv plnaed to see him returned in the enjoyment of good health to the dis- 1'ima Couutv, V It " i uuia Mohave " I'ah-Uto " Yavapai " 1801 ! 2,115 810 448 541 1,010 5,521 ,001 OTixo.-At Camp McDowell, on thoKlhnf .Joseph Kclrey shot aud killed Geo. Davis. : sold to be an old difficulty. Kclsoy wai hn- blclr arrested and Ironed by the military au- kics, and Sherlirnoorke has sent ft party of ko bring him to l'rcneott for trUL jnei. HSKronn. Hy a lato general order, tlfin it to return to Cuuip (inint, which will Fort McDowell and the Verde district under First District (now Pima county), 1,00 econd " ' (now Yuma, Mohave and Pah-ute countic), 1,157 Third " (now Yavnpal), 1,030 4187 WiCKHNmjnoVui.TnitK Mink. The new VtiHuro Mill is in active operation, crushing with ten stamps, nbout 18 tons a day. As yet all the stamps (20) lmvc been worked but n small part of the time. The engine is per haps the lwst yet put up ift the Territory. It was built by II. J. Ilooth & Co., of the Union Foundry San Fnincisco, and is of 50 horse power. It has Scott A Eckarts self-adjust ing cut-olT regulator, nnu all the newest im provemcnts. in connection with tne null is n Hhike crusher. Adrick's separators and Hnndy's concentrator arc also used. The buildings of adobe nrc commodiua and substantial, with roofs of shingles from I'rcf-cott. The pjans were made and the structures erected by II. W. UonlwcH. mill wriglit, who has had largo experience in Cali fornia and Nevada, and hceins to understand his bucinc fully. A. K. Gage is his assist ant. Thomas Williams is the engineer. The Vulture mine, n our renders nre aware, is some 14 miles Irom the mill site, on the Ilas sayampa, one mile north of Wiekeaburg. The claim of the Vulture Co. consists of 300 feet, the original discovery claim of Henry Wickcnburg. There nre two shafts each alK)ut uo lect in depth, showing a large vein of pay rock. The quantity of xurfurn rock Imwiktant Mam. Xi.ws. Just ns we go to prws we learn by private letter, that after July 1, there will be a tcirular weekly mail service between San llcrnardinoand Prcscott via La Paz. Also that a weekly service will be established Hum La Paz to the Agua Cali ente llaneh, on the Gila. Also, that the ser vice between 1 lardy ville and Yuma'will prob aoly be twice a week. Also, that contracts will probably be let for weekly service from Ilardyville to Austin, Nevada, via Paranngat, Mid from Prcscott to Albuquerque. J Ins Is good news, and as it comes from a Well informed correspondent wo are disposed to rely upon it. INDIANS ON WILLIAMS' FORK. For some time past the settlers on Wil liams' Fork have snfTered from the depreda tions oi Indians, and lately they have suc ceeded in finding the rancherias of the red thieves and destroying several of them. On the morning of the 28th of March, the Indi ans cleaned out Osborne ranch on the Fork, just above the store of Lightncr & Knowles, taking a number of animals. A party con suming of W. Thompson, Murphy, Osbom and James, and A. S. Evans Esq. of San Fran rinco, who was oil a visit to the Great Cen tral Works, immediately started in pursuit accompanied by Ireteba and six Mohave. They ran the WallapaU (forsuch they proved to be) to the Wallapai mountains, a distance of forty miles, licforc dark, and were then in sight of the thieves but night prevented their capture. Next morning the party returned to the bttightcruf Isnnc L. Hunt li., of llnlnr.iy, ISVw ( charge of the executive funrtiom. oi lion, uiciiarii i.. MtuonnicK, i y, nre informed that a plot w lersrv. mid wife (iiMcrnor of Arizona. Aged 21. The etichlcn and unexpected death of this mot i-adiimlile and gronily beloved woman, has eat u gloom over this eomliiunlty which language can-1 not de-crlbe. Since she came here In Novemlitr 180., :i the companion of the fiovrrnor, sho has been the pride of the Territory, and the dwiile or no other perron could have created such ft wide spread eciitntluu, or more universal and profound grief. As It Is made known In the various settle menu, In the mining and ranching camp, at the military potts, uud nt Iho road side station, btisl nets will be suspended, and stout hearted men, who seldom mourn, will be excited to tears, for no one had a stronger hold upon the popular af fection. Mrs. McCormlck came hero fresh from the com forts and luxuries of the best society in the Kast ; educated aud accomplished, but singularly un pretending, and to this attractive trait, combined with a rare nobility of soul and mind, a moil am lablc and benevolent disposition, a love of adven ture which well adapted bur to pioneer life, and a glowing Interest In the country, may be attributed her remarkable hold upon the public eetoam and admiration. In the prlcolcf s elements of character which constitute the genuine woman, the "true and honorablt wife," the ueful and commanding mtmlier of society, and the practical and coiuls tcnt ihrlitlan she greatly excelled. In the purest aud best sense she was to her honored husband " A suardlaa aagc! o'er hU lift pnnlding, Doubling his pleasures, aud his carts dhlding." Her married life, was exceedingly Joyous and PostDonod Sale. as cnterci into bv five men in Santa Fe to follow nnd rob Col. J. Howe Watts, paymaster, on his way to Fort Union with n large amount of government funds to pay troops tit the sever- ni osis in uit ji.iv "ishm i. I hn nlot was iiivuiscd at .inn .ioe where one of the robbers proved to the Corjiora! in command oi col. atts' eccort to join them nnd share in the plunder. The Corpo ral made pretence of yielding to their plans, and nt the tirst opportunity expocu the scheme to Col. Watts. The consequence was when the gentlemen thought their booty was sure and within reach, in the hotel at San Jo-e, they were fired upon as they ap proached the room which contained the cov eted green backs. They precipitately fled and were followed almut two miles, but none of them were raptured. The men, it - said, arc known and if caught will be punihed for the attempt wliich they made to rob Col Watts. Gov. Mitchell report having encountered a most terrific wind storm during his recent trip out from the States, about seven miles the other side of Maxwell's. The driver was blown from his seat and did not light on the ground until he had been borne about fort-feet from the stage. The dust flew in great clouds, and good sized stones wore liorne through the air with a force and veloc ity that were not wholesome for human llcsh. The coach had to be fastened to the ground by chains to pru.-enu it in ijomIiou. The storm continued about twelve hours, ' durinir which time the Governor and Con- promMtig; no woman In the Territory wa more ductor were compelled to remain in the coach, happy. Her hospitalities were. dispensed with an I it being impossible for them to leave without open and generous hand, a charming freedom and ' onuangermg tiieir lives r"MIE sale nt Auction of the llanch and X Quartz interests belonging to the estate of J'. M. Hums, will take oIrcc at the Store if James Grant, the Administrator, on Moil lay next, May 0, nt 1 oVloek, P. M. H. MEACIIAM, AuctV. May 4 Dissolution ofJCoiMrtncrshin, r'lHE interest and reopwibility of Mr. A. I. F. Garrion, in the late firm of A. F. Oarrlson i Co. censed on the 14th day ol Mnrcli, 1807. I he I tisinoM lormcrly conducted nt Kurt Mason, A. T. will he removed and continued Irom April lpth, 1HI7, at Tucson, A. T. by K. N Fish and H. Kllverbcrg, nnder tin; firm mine nnd style of K. N. FJSH & CO. E. N. FISH & CO. Fort Mason, A. T. Marcli Uth, lWi. 0-31 grace, which made thegnest, whether In buck skin or In broad-cloth, (for bo was no rpccte' of icrsons) at ouo at home and delighted. Her dinners to the List Legislature will loni: bo rc- j in cm In; red an the moot agreeable entertainments Fork, and a company of 15 moil mado up ! of the kind that could posslby Us provided in this from the Planet and Great Central mines, remote country. An Intrepid traveler she had, with her husband, ; from whom she was never separated, visited all ! tutrtJL nf thin hrruwl nntl vIM TtvrUr,rv nnjl nv.pr. ahnoichof Williams Fork, and not over 50 1 wlicrc Uer ,,,,,,,. nnd unostcnlatIou, i, miloH suth-wct from Prcscott, they found her genial maimers, and her ready and cheerful two Wallapai rancherias and destroyed thorn conformity to circumstances, however unpleasant, started out April 1st, and was gone six days, I traveling 130 miles. Upon the Santa Maria tod of Colonel Sanford. who has heretofore I Is very great. 2,00(1 tons are now ready for I to efficient. This will much gratify the Ifrtcndtof the Colonel. . McGcary win havw command of Camp Wal ed the Santa Rita Camp. liRASOE ItrroiiT. Wchcar that some rain- caireo. after sending word to some of 1 Gregg's commsnd'to come tfcercnad catch aladluH, deliberately forewarned the savages I ipprosrh of the military, and thus aided ItotKspe. Vo hear lurtlier that these ruin- te teen trading with these hostile? Indians. e nutters should be looked into at once. FIRE IN PUESCOTT. j TIE BlR.Vr.n KARKOW HSCArC OF TIIU M sr-R OrricE. l3 A. 31. on the mornlne of the second It the drinking saloon ofG. 31. lloladay, lontczuma street, was discovered to bo nd the flames speedily communicated i nstr theatre Adfoin'n", the ro,orr-v of . l.Uigi McGinlcy. Both buildings entirely destroyed. It was only with catcst cfiort tlrat the bakery -djur.lng lay's, and the store of " cheap John," hy Gov. McCormick, adjoining the i were saved. Itoth were much dam- nd the 3! iner office, near the rear of the 1 ncciciy Bcorcueu. I nreis sunriosed to have been tho work ncendiary hanng a grudge against Hol- Tbe loss II1SV ho t.lllimif1 nn fol. lloladay, 1200-Littig A: .McG. JgOOOO .ucuormic.K Kj5chroder. tho ba !00. ' j citizens worked with a will, but in the oi ouckets, hooka and ladders, they do but little. Steps should at once bo 1 provide these necessary articles for iniccssity. ee gentlemen who were active In their i to save the 3Finor office we take casion to return our sincere thanks. the nilfl. Inger fc Co. of Fort Yuma, have the contract for hauling nt $10 per ton; they" cany 30 tons per day. The ore 'worked to tliis time shows few sulplturcts, nnd has re turned an nveragc of '(O per ton. Tho gold bare pass nt the rato of $ 17 jer ounce. J. 1), Cuscnbury, the sucrintcndcnt, has gone to San Francisco with Jnmcri W. Brooks, president of tho Vulturo Co., to investigate certain of tho legal entanglements in which both mine nnd mill arc involved. Hie im passion at Wickcnburg is that the New York nnd San Francisco capitalists will wj manage it as to leave 3Iesrs. Wickcnburg and Cuscn bury " out in the cold " We trust such will not be the case, for if any men are entitled to advantage from the working- of the Vul ture, they nre; nnd whatever the cmlmrrass mcnts or speculations of the Company their interests nnd rights should be scrupulously regarded. John II. Tatman. By some oversight the and several crop. In one of the rancherias the hide of a inulo known by the brand to have belonged at the Planet mine, was dis covered. Trares of a number of cattle lately Utcn most heartily welcomed aud klndlr cared for. Some of her mountain journeys upon horsc- tiaok, for the wsa an exjtert rider, were attended with eerlous dlllieulttes and dangers, but she met from near the Great Contra! mine, and the next day Jose Ortega, late of the Arizona Volunteers, and wdio took part in the Skull Valley fight, was started out with a party of 25 Mexicans, fitted out by the Planet and Great Central companies for a scout of one month. There is a report that this party has killed 43 Indians, but we cannot trace it to any au thentic source. A.S. Evans, Esq. ofthe JUi writing from Ilardyville on Sunday last, says : " Capt. Young, of the cavalry at Jlobavc, has tvturncd from a scout. At a itoint miles south of Willow Spring, on the Prcscott road, he killed 0 Indians and recovered ft an imals ; also destroyed an immense lot of food County Convention, VT a meeting of the County Democratic Central Committee held at Prcscott, on the 10th day of March, it was : llesalwd, That a Democratic County Con vention be held in Prcscott, on the 4th day of Jlay, 1807. JUeotrttl, That primary election? be held on the 1.3th day of April, in the various Pre ciiicts Hereinafter named, for the purpose of electing to said Convention the number of delegate:, apportioned to each pr-einct-. HtKqlrtd, The test shall Imj " Are you a Democrat?" The apportionment of Dele gates will be as follows ! StOleil lroin t I1C tork were alSO round. OH I them with atro1iillon ndensnImllrMM,..1 the St ft of April the Indians stole 3 horses lensed the nighst admiration. Her recent trip with the Gotcrnor, to San Kran cUco ria Mohave, and home tin Yuma, Tucson and Fort McDowell, which occupied some four mouth, and Included nrariy lrV) allies of btsd travel, much of It over the dreariest deserts and roughest roads on the I'aotSe slope, and through the worst Indlati dlttricts, was acconiplUhed In a really htrolc manner. Her return to l'rcevott was npon the 4tli o( April, whfiihcapcared unusually well and hear ty, and was In exuberant spirits, and she contin ued so nntll about a week since when she was at tacked with violent illurss, aud on the 00th of April, after much f ufTcrmg, the gave With to a mature but lifeless child. An hour later, sa the im belt led behind the stately mountains nilfr (ling her loved and romantic home, aud when Every body s Jicaks in the lushest terms of those In attendance were conirratukirlncr her unon i li A ( n til S ti " .1 .i r . . i . LATEST NEWS. Br the mail which arrived hero on the eve ning" of tho first, we have the Wilmington Journal, and San Bernardino (?mfln of April 20, and the AUa of tho 17th. The Journal says : Asaivm. The steamer Paeific brought to Wilmington, from San Francisco, on her trip yesterday several officers of the U. S. Army, on oflfcial buncs, 3Iaj. Gen. H. W. Halleck, Commanding Division oi the Pacific; 3Iaj. (ien. Ilolert Allen, Chief Quarter 3Ias- Kobt. N. alleck ; Tucson In Fubntary, Tajnian bad lately nr-1 rson )f the Pacific ; Lieut, Co. C. J. rived in Tucson from Prescott, and, while in i Snrague, Paynwlcr U. . A. 7 and C A. Haa liquor, shot ft soldier who had given him no kin, Paymaster1!, Clerk. Misku has omitted to mention the deatli of fr. '" ot l'aeie! '? ... , , . ... , , Scott, Aid dc Camp to 31aj. Gen. H this n!l knoyvn character, winch occnm-il at RwJ , Ge.,..n I the prtwrvation of her life, the suddenly foil back and with scarcely a straggle, quickly aud qalc-tly age4 to the better home uf God's elect. Dnrlug her painful and protlratlng airkness she UUplaitd ciidences of the lufllest cbiintUu patience and en durance, and It wa remarked by her CUlnfu! phy slelsns that in nil ifcelr practice they had not known so brave a woman. Her death is attribu ted to no result of her Journey, hvl to the Unusual size of hvr child and the consequent exertion of delivery. In her IHbe he was ixmiuntly tir rouudtil by tender and sympathizing fr!M5. She spoke frequently of death, but never in gloom or dejctkm. and she was eonsdoas to nearly the intent moment. When the sod, startling news of her decease wc I.S"ut hc wSTm was bushrrt wills -cr row, and her fuueral at noon on the second In stant, (the day preceding the 21th anniversary of it the special election held in Bernalillo County on the 22nd Feb. for sborifl; 3Iartin was elected by a majority of eight hundred over his competitor who was run by the Cha vez party. ell done for Bernalillo. Tho friends of General James II. Carleton will be gratified, as his enemies will be cha grined, U Irani that the United States Sen ate on the 23d ultimo, confirmed him as Bre vet .Major Ucncral ir. tho rognlar anny, to take ellect from and after March 13, 1805. Wc learn that General George Sykes has been ordered to relieve the General in com mand of the district of Isew Jlexico, and presume he will soon be present at Santa Fc to assume command. Capt. Ed. Thomson and Jacob Ambcrg re turned to the city on the 12th JIarch, from a long visit on business to the Pinos Altos Mi ning region. The report which they bring with regard to the mineral wealth of that country, confirms the many other favorable ones that have been received heie. We learn from 3Iai. L. G. Murnbv. who ar rived here from Fort Stanton on Tuesday morning, that the work of plowing at tht Bosque Heservation is progressing well, and that it is expected all tho land that was planted last rear will lie broken up b- the 10th of this month. We also learn from the same source that the Mescalero Apaches have been commit ting some thefts of cattle in the neighbor hood of Fort Stanton. Captain William V. 11. "Wat-dwell has tnrned over at Fort Graig the offices and at parlances of United States Assessor to his succcs.-orj William Breeden, Esq., who has opened his office in this city. Hon. John S. Watts arrived out from Washington by the coach ol the'th instant. The Judge will, however, make but a brief stay among u, as he informs us he will re turn to Washington this coming week. Gov.-Mitehel! has appointed Maj. Nicolas Quintana his private Secretary and Tran-ibv tor. He could not have conferred the favor n a more deserving young man. During the past three week the mails have lieen very irregular in their arrivals in this city from tho cast. The roads are re ported to bo oxceedinsrly heavy. . Col. James L. Donaldson, who was for sev eral years and up to 3Iarch, lr-02, on duty as Quartennasbor in Acw ilexico, has been con- Prescott, Skull Valley, Kirkland Creek, Augua Frio, Big Bug, Walnut Grove, Postle's Itancb, Lynx Crcelr, Wy lie's Camp, Lmpqua Jline, Wickonbcrg, .McDowell," VultiircHno, Ticondcmga, Turkey Creek, Wcavervillc, Itto Verde, Black Canon, Sterling Minc, Walnut Creek a ....... r-.i.n.i.. rii. Jxo. A. Bush, "Charrman. Jso. P. Borssn, Secretary, CONVENTION. i T a meeting of the Union republican JV. County Central Committee! held at Prescott on Monday. March 25lh, lfttf", It was or dered tlt n Convention of the Union Republicans of Yavajial County should fc-sciable In" Prcscott on Monday, May Gth at 12 m. It is recommended that primary roSetlng for the election of Delegates to attend the Convention be hcJd in the several precincts on or bciof e Satur day April UOth. 17. The following number of Delegates will be mJ-" mittcd from each precinct: Prcscott 7 McDowell 2 Turkey Greek 2 Lynx Creek 2 Wick enburg 3 Skull Valley 2 Rio Verde 3 Agua Frio 1 Postle's Ranch 1 Big Bug 1 Ticondero-' ga I Walnut Grove 1 Sterling' Mine J Vulture Mine 1 Black Canon I Weaver 1 Agua Cala entha 1 Walnut Crack 1 Ump qua Mine 1. By order of Committee. J. V. IIARGRAVE, President. E. DARLING. Secretary, rrweott, A. T. March 55, 1607. THE death of Mr. E. A. Ikntley having pre' vented the completion of his contract ta purchase the Auizona Mixr Olllce, It Is now of-, fcred for sale at the price he frss to ltave paid, with the simple addition of the outlay for new material procured since the dale of hl"contrac! The ctablUhroent has two cood prcisex, and in most corapu-je Krancieo, I IIockt 31orXTAiN (Denver) XtKt of 27th, has tho followint' suggestion : SC0OEST1ON. Believin-r in th miricnt uj, the national maxim, thot 4 in Un- frc is strenwth wi r..ei fniu- Cltrr. fthc iicoploof nil tho western Territo- r CallinLT of n reinvent ltr nt aim timi " f v4 m iTwiMV a-aiiu the next six monthsto lie composed Sites from all of said Territories, to ' uPn matters of public nolicv and In interest, and espcchilly to consider iuuirs. ouc , convention miirlit ! 111, in time to lay its nrocccdimrs ongreMwheii it assemble next in As a suitable idaco V( WOlllll fcllir. Bt Lake City, but will defer to any I'at may be considered more convenient tonccrnetl. I WJ our contenijwrnrieB In Newilex Wna, Utah. Nevada. Montana. Dako. P and Wnshinuton." Idea is a good one If practicable, but i travel from the various Tcrrito- alt Like Citv would lw henvv. mncli , , , hi Imj required for journeying, unci could attend. Is it not hitrhlv urob- M the conventhiri w'ould be Composed 1 men as might chance, for business or n, to lie nt Salt Iako at tho time, 1 ot the Bolld, influential rcprcscn- n of the Territories ? ef mine in Greece, which suspended M over 2 (Vifl U i.t orked. -'"-' " lrL r TnKASUKK. A lanro atnnnnt 1 rum tin, irwiA ... . - v w tf.uaa ivkll. Hi I I llll rdlno from Ilardyville, eii frajicUcc. in route and turned over to the military, nnd attempt-j j Ing (so the story goes) to cscapo from the guanl house, on the first night of his incar-1 ccration, was shot. There is much dlfierence of opinion in Tucson as to the circumstances of his death, many thinking that the soldiers shot 1dm wantonly nnd without excuse. It is to say the least, to be regretted that the Sheriff turned him over to the custody of the soldiers, who were much exasperated in view of the (loath of their comrade, wliich was, of course, a crime for which Tatman could not lmve escaped responsibility. Tat man came to Arizona several year since nnd usually lived at Prcscott. Something of his history is given in the annexed nrticle from the San Bernardino Gmtrrfiau : " Ho came to this country in 1849, and in 1851 settled in JIariposa. Ho made more monev than would have tsufiked a doten men for fortunes. Klected to the Legislature in 18-j7 on the Know Nothing ticket, he was conspicuous there for his eccentricities. The tiro of '37 hi Mariposa cleaned him out, and disdaining sympathy or assistance, he shoul dered his pick ami sliovel, and Joined the pioneers to 3Iono in 1858. From thence he passed down through thu wild Indians of Owens' river, to Potosi, then newly discov ered, but finding it unsuited to hU peculiar genius, ho went to Holcomb, where he re mained till 1803, when the news of the dis coveries near La Paz induced him to embark his fortunes in Ariwinn. Ho remained there drifting about with varying fortunes, und now we have received newn of him nnd of Ids unlSmely deatli. ' Poor Tatman was one of tho most gener ous of mankind open-hearted, a sincere friend, and loved bv those who knew him. He leaves a" wife and twp children in the ncigldxirhood of Visiilia." Tatman was estimated in tho same Waj, here, and had many friends who regret that liis worst enemy, liquor, should have led him to such nil unfortunate death. He was n man" of great wit nnd humor, given to odd nnd pithy expressions, and with advantages of education nnd good habits he Would prob ably have attained high position. For Au?oNA.-.Kpur teams belonging to Mr. Tibbetts, heavily laden for Prcscott and three teams for Ilardyville, left San Bernar dino lately in company for their destinations, America, Gen. Halleck. will nut go further than Fort Yuma. Lieut. Col. Charles McCormick, Surgeon V. S. Army, .Medical Director, Department of California; Lieut. Col. II. V. Beese, Pay master U. S. Army ; and W. V. 11. Horner, Paymaster's Clerk, reached Wilmington on Saturday lat. The lliutrdiau says : The Wjutker. Kal cleared oft" in th Iwgtnning of the week, since which time wo have had dry pleaant weather. For a day or two the clouds seemed to bo threatening another pour-down, but present appearances Indicate a continuance of fair veatlier. This will bo the second week of the year in which no rain has alien. Paimi.vsis. With deep regret, w state, that, on the 10th int., Mr. Samuel Cohen, of thu firm of II. Newmark & Co., of Ix Angekw, wa suddenly seixod with paralysis, mill was rendered speochle. Ho has his faculties, but is utterly liulplens. We hone most nincerely that his recovery will soon be announced. Dkpautchks Mr. nnd .Mrs. Pino having retired from the hotel business, left here this firmed a Brevet. Maior General. mi 1 11 i) 1 rii:. i news and Job type Is one of the moi "M" 7. V." ""f. 1 ibeTaciae coast, outride of San c are inioniieu isai our reiiauie and oner-, wbMBJf to n6iUttt and rcaJy i0. p ui imwu, imwi -"'v""' in ka- j cuase ruit (JAdll, win atiurt-ss Prcscott, Arizona. her birth-day) waB attended by the entire poputa- lccted to arrive in a few months with mining e siaics 10 the New J old Placer, in i-'anta Fc . . . . ..... . . ..... I .......... I wim I 1.1 M.IM f ll'n.L' .u. . Im I wen, lue oiuccrs iromron vtnippie, ana many i.-ta.... ..u... --" -" .,.. 11.1 iwwns from tho adjacent copntry. Prcscott was extensive estate of the New Mexico Mining t rescott, ApjJMT. never before so still and metaneholy, every store, j Company, at the itilonti and lim mi MrHI. ami nn tlU nr 1 COtini v. thought of busings. The Rev. Charles M. UlaVe, ChafUlu at Fort Whipple, and the only clergy man here, delivered a touching discourse, lull of beautiful allusions to the dead, at tho Gover nor's li'jti;r, asd ccremoalcs wore also had at the grave In tho pine forest near by. When the re mains (with those of the child), were In tho earth, many wild flowers were soattrred j upon them, and the weeping audience uttered a fen out amen to the earnest prayer of the Cnap lalu for the comfort and support of the stricken aud disconsolate partner, and (hat the tKtlcif and lowly uxainple ol the dear departed might be rightly Unproved hy the whole community. It is seldom that such a woman as Mrs. McCor mick becomes a pioneer, and it mutt be a mourn ful jilcAsure to her devoted husband, Aud to her roLitlvcs aud friends in the East to know that amidst all the prlrtlons and trliU of life ujkmi the frontlnr, and the dutte pertaining to the most conspicuous position In tho Territory, the per formed her part so admirably ns to make her death a public calamity, aud that, In view of the Although not in Bernalillo county this en-1 tcrjirie will prorc as beneficial to our county as to Santa Fe, and in time serve to develop the mineral roourccs of our Territorr. On the first day of March, Gen. C P. Cle ver was appointed Attorney General, vice 7 ! Stephen B. Elkin, Esq., who had been re-! deposited ?u:u ewr by the District Court j at banta t c, on the opening of the February term, still in session During the brief term ! of Mr, E-, he exhibited great zeal and ability,) his well known profcsional characteristics. ( As for tlic prex'iit inc-Jtinlent. Gen. Clever. lie fills the oiition with his vigor and talent, now well known in New 3Icxico. Hon. Benjamin Stevens, wdio labored so energetically at the last session of Legislature for the interests of Bernalillo and surround ing counties, (and impartially for the whole Territory), has again accepted the Clerkship of the Court, received by appointment of Judge Muney tl. llubbcll. week, to spend some time nt the hot springs.., uauy MrtU iirir and graces of character which near banta jtarbara. -Mr. r. neiiur in in jmarked her daily walk and conversation, " ller memory long will live nluue hi all our hmrts as mournful light That broods above the fallen suu, And dwell lu heaven half the night," NEW MEXICAN NEWS. From late numbers of tho Santa Fc health. They are genorally known through out the southern country and adjoining Territories, as having kupt a first-class house, anil being obliging and attuthe to all their guests. From the AH we learn that the Hnwian American treaty was confirmed by the Sen ate, but two voting against it. A L.uiv's Auvici:. An Eastern exchange ; zttte we gleall the following: has tho following: j Tho A'eif Mexican having intimated that A young lady, the other day, in the course Gen. Carleton has received for his private of a lecture (after the man and manner of .,.. n,,i i.. iA . ...,. Miss Anna E, Dickinson), said : "Get ,narJ moneys collected in Dona Ana t ounty, ricd, young man, and Imj quick about it, too. V military authority when there were no Don't wait lor tho millcniuin, hoping that ' civil courts open here, we are prepared to the girls may turn to angels before you trust glvo ti,at J)apcr tho sum of five hundred dol yourself with one of them. Antottj t h.ng f f of , , of , ,usiulltion you'd be alongside an angel, wouldn't you I A youbruto? Don't wait another ,'ay but, tl,at w''' 8at'0' any thrco itnjrtial men in right now this very night ask sonic nice, in- the Territory. dustrious girl to go into partnership with Will it ttndertako tho proof for this rc- you, iu cicar your paiuno, .-i (uuu, , wanl Or will it do as it has done m former plant it with Lowers. shnilar 0CeaatQns rclnan 6lIcnt unj tUereby rfHANKS.-IJ. Lakdsbl-hoeii. the Pioneer i a,,,U t,,at i ,,8S witbout any cause, attemp ., JL thauk lleiiry, srJd agr"t tunny other gnticWeu, iorifj0 Steam Communication. r;t Tri,c,,,an(1 co-iartners under ' the name and stylo Ald.OKA Overland Mali Company. rpHE STAGES leave San fkrnardino eve JL rj- Jlonday afternoon, on the arrival of the Im Angeles Stages, for llardytille. W. N. BALIKD, Supcriulendtnl. WOLF & FOLKS, Arents, San Bernardino. S-lf Prescott & Mohave Toll Road Company. T0TICE. At a meeting of the Board of lN Directors of the Tresrott and Mohavtr Toll Rend Coinpiny, held at Prescott on Saturday, April 13th. I!7, au asesmcnt of ten (10) dollars er share was levied upon the capital stock of the Corrrparry, rmyrMo Immediately at tlie office of the SccreUry. W. M. IUkht. Pecrtfary P. & M. T. R. Co. Prtott, A.T. Ap I.., 1157. S-Vt In bhtriet Cwrt Thlnl Judicial DUpid in ami for said atmty of YamjlT(rlry ef Arizona. PJarntilfo f 50 cent internal revyuuo stamp ( cancelled. Defendants, UANKS.-L, Lakdsbuhueii, the Pioneer , " " ' ' uy cause, aenip- " CHEAP JOHN," wishes to express his i ted to do injustice to tnls worthy olficcr 7 ks to Messrs. Ty.on, Wundcrllch, Sykes, Fr. A cprirsiH'ndent of tho (ituttle recommends tho tltuclr assistance they rendered blm lu rcsctf lug his goods orj the Wtdnceday night Ore. Those geutlctacu displayed great action, and would make valuable members of a fire company. May-l. Ccran 8t4 .VraiB for Delegate to Con gress jmucu returned to tne ci iy y czi lucsoayi Wilmington & San riHE California Steam Navigation Corapa ii V a atcamshin CHAS. THOHNE Commander. Will make regular trips, leaving as follows : 18C7. S.Francisco. S. Diego. S. Pedro. May 8 11 12 .May 21 24 June 1 4 6 B. M. HAHTSHOBNE, Pres. J. S. WILLIAMS' Advertfsfnj? Aaricy, of Tredwcll vs. Charles G. Johnson A Geo. A. Johnson. Action brought in the District Court in and for the county of Vavajni, in the Territo ry of Arizona Tht Territory of Arittmn tend gritting, to Chat. fl TiJmtan noil CIrurnt A. JcJiMLTI. dl undautt ' FnillCiSC'O You are hereby summoned and required to p I ntar In nn netlon brought asalnst vou bv theabove named plalntltli In the District Court of the third Judicial DMrlct lu and for the county of Aarapal, Territory of Arizona, to answer to the coropulnt llled therein, within twenty days (inclusive of tho" day of service) altar sen ice Uioii you of this sum mon, if served within thU county; but If without the county and within the Territory then forty Uyp; mill If w ithout the Territory Ihcu twenty days, or Judgment by default will bo taken agalutt yon accordlug to the prayer of said complaint. ThU acthm U brought to recover the sunt of three hundred aud llfty-two 13 100 (3.Vi 13100) dol lars, dun from you to the above named pUliU.us, being a balance due njwm au account stated on or about the fllteenth dsy of Noicrubor, lbOO. And you arc hereby notltled thai If you 1)41 to appearand answer a above required, the ptaln tills will take Judgment agnbut you for the sum of three hundred ad say.two lil-ino .J-Wr. and for coU of suit Glrert nndjriny hand and the seal of tho saM Jrttrict Conrf, tfcfoJWJ1 of the Court, ji 9 i eastern coach which arrived l T On CV I A, HI A. I) 1667 1Z Cirnut-Strcct-Nqrt"h.liut Corner of Flflh, I ffl. flj ' E. W. WKLLS Clerk o ay f . , , ST. LOUIS, Mo. I ! nAnonsre, Att'r