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,.. 'J. ' -, .(.. a.. awdltilti alii I'.il .il f . SI... , iitiillii" mf tons! Itutliiiuil I'rlnrliilc "r I iitrrllll"'"'' 'dVltllCrHH'Ilt of )ir(((pr,.,Hiiri vrry section of Arloitu gBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS, AT X. TIIK pbescoxtt, TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION; it i Ut. t.c ". no One coy, six months, ,-. thr c tiionthj, $L'J59. ADVERTISING R.VfES: Kin. tunc, $-.00; each additional J on'' lime, $8.00; each additional ual l..ilf square ami square, same t ii, iii-; tin (inuring over one-linlf itttirc ii' J and churned one sminrc. id etiiuit will lie made (o persons con f Mi urn- cdvcrtlsctuent for three, six, or jiui or business cnrUa linwlcll tiMin i .is - fat' r ut takrn at )mr in payment fur jii 1 rhiiivj and job uvrk. ( Trrim, lnvarlultly In nilvnllcr. hUN ,1 MUIION, 1IKN.I. 11. WEAVE15, IV i-iu-r niiii riopnetnrs. i, jl. -.. i n ji ii? roiimi liCtfisiaiuiT oi me Territory of Arizona. NAMES OF THE"mEMBERS. ( or nci r.. ( un , M iitmicR 1!. I'i.att, Hb.nuv , I)i iei II Htii kni:v. i'- i f.xamikk .M-Ki:r. 5 I,' , II.MAM II. II.UtllY. I ( ,ri't -1)( r.wius I). Uass. ( 4 -I'tHS V. SlJIMO.VH, I.UW1S r en- l)Mr" s jLoi'vr. Mil V. OF UKI'ItCSEKTATIVES. i ( ' ' .tiutrs W. Lkwk, John B 111 . I " '!. C. HaUXISTT, M,WtVl?J JL mu- 'V s t .jios W. CiiAJiintns, Fiiamms 1 jZ-, l'H.XIr ilI,U UMAX. I , ( , ';' OUVKltLlSIWElf.JolIX IlgNIO.V. 11' . .!.. i - ATni:fiKt. Si I.swis. null.- HoVAI. J. CLTLXIt. ... John A. Ursu, Kou'Aim . (n r., Ai.lcx Oum.Umsh, Jou.v J'jiis T, Daub. t!l! ok tue Ooescix. liivln I) Rim. Serrinrv. -Al- ''Ml i li iv s. On: . O liAi S, vretaru. Willlnni II. Konl. i Hi v Cli.irli-3 M. llkike. tratunt at i in4' I. omit. ioo- Korper. Juliiin M ttrnjrr C"r !!nlil'onl, Jr. U'atee i 1 B Mi Ki nn-y. Hnirouiuy Clerk. (ieo. i xmvU. Enrolliny Clrrk.Joneih C. Len- Opricmu or thc Hiiukr. r Oliver Lin.ly. Chief Clrrk Follct ic linnl Clrrk-.-' AneiiAliu llrictn. 7 u ltrv. TliuiniM II. HokiI. tienjtant at II ir.i -c E. I.inJmy. lionr KtMper.ilea. in " Mai. nr iicnry - umler Jicn. - li ik -Joliu 1'. I'.oarke lnmViny Jo" i'h T.V-.OH Wr.kJiman. Tlionms Von- lUincers of the Territory. tfliDEUAL. UiMiaidC. MfConnlfk. SterHcry. I' T ( .i-tcr . Ixtittan! Sterttoru.-llemv ( lirv (Vile JiDlire.- Vi'iiliaill r. Tiiriier, nn' 'o !I.-iirv T. ItnL'kus. Ilurluiifh II. Cur. -S.' ,.,r f'. nrral. l.iiircn L"lon. .Ufliv .'f-Fl'iird I'bMno. Sunt. Iiuiirtn Atrairi r." V! Dent. liittriel Attorney.-Vm.iit. ' ' in' It mine. Henry A. Illgi-low. I. nil i-liiord. TKUKlTOItlAI. -I' ,) im - Grant. TrrH4inrer..Uiti T. 1 U, unal. William 11. (Jarvlit. i ,, .,fv. isiwiithnl. VnAtii I', mi Co. -Jiil.M-V It. Dfllonsr. 1'nmt ' .11 TViti . ir'..Ar. ! ll'llll.,,, I ,, v.. rv, -D iTi.l M. TliomM. Yav. f'r. -H I Uali UrnuU. I'ltul LSSIOXAL CAUDS. Wm. J. BERRY, Atti.ri.tv nml CounsoIor-nt-Lnv.. anil luniitiiKMomT of Duuils for tlio State if California. h"2l. PIMLSCOTT. AUI'OKA. J P. 1IAR0RAVK, itonicy and I'ouusullor at Iw, Cortez-St. Third houhc Koutli of thu Plaza, PltKSC'OTT, A. T. 7 J NO. HOWARD, Attorney and Countidlor at law, Proscott. HENRY JENKINS, fttornoj- and Counselor at Law, Tudac, A T. M. R. PLATT, t'ornoy and CouiiKolor nt Law Pino.St. TUCSON', A. T, G. n. OUJtY, Forney and Counselor tit Law, curt Houso Tluilding Tocso.v, A. T. HENRY W. FLEURY, XOTAKV UUllMC. fitsoorr, auizoa teriutorv. PltACTICAIJLK PACIFIC JIUA1) IIOL'TK. Via tiik !)5tii I'akam.kl. A correspondent of t lie Pliiladtlpliia !rm writes from Fort Marker, on the Kaunas Pa eille Railway, in regard to tlmt route, lie thinks tlmt the main road will Im extended Paciflcwunl, not hy way of Denver, but thitiiigli New .Mexico and Arizona: le II It neitns now to lie a nettled point that tli Union Pacific Railway, eiutern division, wi uc carnel tliroujIi New Mexico and Arizona to its ultimate and original destination, and not tlirouyli the 8t'ij)pniloiutymen), or rather labyrinth, of mountains which begin nt Den ver and end uiily on tin: Intnkn of tlic Sacra mento. Into the natural gorges of tli"e mountain and into the dep nrtirn iai cutn required for a railroa.l, the light, dry snows of that region will drift in such quantities n to defy all human skill and jwwer to kcci, tlicm dear. Kven w late as the first of the preent month, as I hare been infonued.fcoine of the pah-os through the moimtnins, between the heads of the Platto and the valley of Utali, were still covered witli from ten to twenty feet of miow not hhow which had fallen tipon them, but which had been driven in by the winds, and over which men and teams were panning as upon solid ground. IJiit locomotive and train cannot run upon the top of now drift, and wiiere they nroM enonnoiw it ii clear they cannot run through litem. It is equally certain that those Ioiir, deen. narrow gorges or cuts cannot be kept clear by any niucuhir or mechanical force that can be employed for that purpoio, for if cleared to- lay they may 1h tilled aipun to-morrow. To travel through such a region in the Winter season und the Winter in those mountains is nearly half the year would lc attended with such friffhtftil peril that tew would have the haniihiMMl to l.raveit; for imagine n pas senger train cnnglit in a nnw drift, far trom any humandiabitatioii. and buried, K.rchame, in a few hour, undr a snow Imiik in which even the train iUelf would cease to bo a db tiiiffuighalile olijeot. Some proptwc ui put the rn.ul umk-r rKf in all such places; but this is inier talked about than done. Moreover, the advocate of that oxjicdieMt uppear to foraet Uut.iVr is an advci-nary still moTe forniiiiaWc and un ouutPi.lable than snow. It may xuit the temper of swan hli-npiritod anil energetic iuntlemen to expunge the word imjmible trom their vocabulary, and, baring a mighty government at their back, to imagine tliem svlvfa to Iks omniMitvtit ; but prudent meti, such as those who inaii.uxe tb IinUTii Divis ion, hesitate to runlt blimily into di Hi -ul tie. with which lieitlh r they nor any other men are able to grapple. They have, however, that which their en ergetic rivals of the Platte line have not an admirable alternative. They con drop to a more i-outhtni latitude, where there are no snows to oltruct them, nor stujiendous heights to fcale. The southern deflection of the line begins at or near Pond Creek. The following information of the country between Pond voek and tinntn Fe. I- have from W. S. Stone, agent of the .Santa Fe Stage Company : .Miles. From l'oad Creuk to Fort I.jouoti the Arfcan kaiuMW river, about 900 mites wt uf the Slate of Arkanwut, a good Ixillalo gras re gion, r)llin iririM, pllaiteil, Tlieneo up two valley ol the I'urgatory to Trln ldml, the Uie ol tlio iiioiihuIiw. rolling prairicn, fori Hi:, con-nnl with batfalo grant, Tuviicr u nutumU of ltaton Pass. Thence to Bed Bivcr, Tnaicc to Oar.iz Fe, lliraus!: uamsi'ous va!!y and scvernl Mexican toum, oaio orcounld traldo ize, . t ... - me t-alilorma end to Uiliov. in Santa Clam county, and that before the line reaches that jwint work will be commenced nouih of it. It isaUo said that the company have decided "Ikjh limning the line through the valley in a direct course to the Colorado, across the Mohave desert and along the .Mohave river to the Fort, or some jwitit near it. From tlio Colorado, it in more thun jrrobablo the com pany will ran their line an near as may be Ut the route marked out, the 3oth parallel, which in about twenty miles north of Prctcott. In cane the road is built upon thia rout, tho jicople of thin section of country will have to go to work and build a road to connect with the main trunk, and by the time the main road is completed, it is almost certain we can do it. Speed the day. .MIUTArTTN'I) mlAN AFFAIRS. .Mr. Stickney, chairman of the committee on .Military and Indian attain made the fol lowing rejMirt, which waa received and placed on file : 'I'he committee on .Military and Indian af airs, beg leave respectfully to report : That a prajtcr and truthful representation of the condition of our Territory, discloses not only a sad picturo of the experience oi thu ntst few years, but also a gloomy pros pect for the future, unless happily name ehiingo can be made, IhhIi in the policy hith erto adopted and the mode of esecutinjc that , jwlicy. j Also, this Territory is Milled by an indns- inous, naruy aim enierprunntt people, many of whom Jimd they who havilmd tho hmU oiportunities allwrdeil them for its explofa tion, arc the most confident. are well itiH fled with its resources, lurth mineral, Ntstoral j and agricultural, and lK-lieve it to m well ail iptcd to become the eacclul habitation of civilized man. and that with proper protec tion, it would noon contribute no small share ' to that volume of mineral wealth which i being xurel into the lap of cotmmrce and trade I mm the I'lu-'dic 'opc. Rut hopiful as ur! the people, coiifldenl us are th- hardy .ne r-, the history of whose individual experience would be more startling than are the imaginel deeds of Action. Thev re well nigh disheartened and d'tscoumged. in regard to the military loree of the ler (.j;Hi:,lljdorars.Mhichanuiuiit (if not trans ritory, your Cominitiee ran ive no ollieial i f,.red) he now holds mraiiiHt (he Territory in information, an the Adjutant funeral is absent from the Tel ritory, and has left neither leiiort nor informal imi for our puidaucc. Your Committee Indievv that a rcgiimnt of Arizona troom would be more efllriont than any Other clans of troops which can lie em ployed in the oerviro. Their acquaintance with thp country, with the haunts and habit of the Indian' ; their earnest deiw to tid the Terri tory of t heir common foe, ali ke commend them for the service in which they are mix ious to engage. And we would also respect fully urge, that should a refiment be raised, i officers lie selected entirely from the citi zens of the Territory. Your oininittce having, withmd cntcrimr into painful details, set forth our true rondi tjou, atul sujrested or concurred in theadop tion of such remedies as our needs require, ftr urging every effort which can bo made by a ieople so far removed an we are (row the Mauve ol jsiwer to secure tlieir adoption, can not refrain from an expression of their entire confidence in the readine and ability of the commanding aud subordinate oflkeVs now within the Territry, as well an the holdiern under their control, to render the people far greater aiu man iney an- now emulei to ao, the shape of lnni'ls and Territorial wnrr.tin Your committee also find that the Thiifl Iciiiliiture by an act approved Oct. SO, l&GG, abolished the odice of Attorney Oenerul. And that from Decemlier 1, i HOO, under an act of the Third iA-gUlaturc, approved Oet. !7, 1W10, the District Attorney for the mm 06 125 15 11 m This is the stHge mad. It in prwWhle that the railroad line will run a few miles east and south of Santa Fe to Albu pjerquc, ri Fort Union, on the Rio Qraude.ntthc eastern base of the Raton mountain, and thus avowl mt inountnins, and keep in n better country. The ct'tmtry all the way from Pond Creek to A tburpterque in probably tho fiucst grazing region in the United Staten; but it in a region utterly valueless until ojicmd and made ac cessible by railroad communication. Rut. when it shall be so developed, it will ixromw n source uf imincitse national wealth and pros perity. Throughout the giuater part of that immense iiastoral region, caltie require no stored food in the Wintcrseasoit. for the grass on t'je prairies, whether green or dry, is al ways good ami nutritious. This is tlic coun try ofthu hitherto unconquerable Apaclie. From the point where the mountains are first recliel, on the western borders of the vast bufTalo jjrasH plains, to the shores of the Pacific, the line of this rood will run through one continuous field of tho pivioiu metal, besides much timber and coal. Leaving Alluiquer(uc, the line through the hrnttof Arizona -that richest of our Terri tories in gold and silver, but tho most diffi cult to reach presents no serious diWiuiltie. Lous valleys, running in the right direction, bear it onward towards the Under of Califor nia, whence, turning the southern extremity of the great Sierra Nevada range, it passes up through Southern California, midway 1k tweun the mountains und the ocean, to San Francisco, touching the fine nort of San Diego by u short brunch, and the fiend of the Gulf of California and the jsirt of (Juaymas, if nol be, by other. 'Dps route iua3' be somewhat longer than that through Utah and Nevada, but its gra dients will be so much loss that it will more than compensate for this lengthening of the line. For all purposes for which a railroad is desired to lie shorter, to wit, greater speed and economy of transiKirtation, it is believed tlmt this is really the shorter line, Rut whether longer in miles than tho other is not yot known, for the length of line necessary to wind through thu labyrinthine mountain of Utah is yet an unknown quantity. Re that as it may, it is certain that its grades will be lighter, that it can never be obstructed by hiiQW. and that tho country it will ojien up, whether agricultural, or pastoral, or mineral, is tenfold more valuable. To show that tho people of California are not idlo in regard to helping along this gronl national enterprise, wo would inform our readers that a contrast has been concluded with competent parties for tho building of were thev not restrained bv orders issued from San Francisco. Thankful to a kind Providence that amid so many and so great dangers we are among the spared, we would say to such of the people as are inclined to despair of our future, to be hopeful i7, confidently believing that the Government of the United States will not pennit a handful of miserable Indians to drive ns from our homes. I). II. STICKNEY, Chairman. RKPOUT OF SELECT COMMITTEE OJi TERRITORIAL FINANCED Your rtttnmtttte to whom wan rrfrrrsd the "ulijeet matter conulnes in the rvnointion Hsel by the House ss tho lAth inst., ap pointing a sehict cmimittee of Ice to f-xatn-iue into the ftnaiuial afi'jirx of thsTeMBowr. i o SxRertam the tutal miK'b;ei!nn or the ty of Yavajsii, hss lcn paid for services a Attorney (JkncraJ. Your committee lielieve that the appoint ment of Coles Rnshfurd as Attorney General waa in violation of htw, and that his claims lor services as such, were illegal, and should not have heen allowed by the board of Terri lorwd Anditor. And we. yont committe, ruaMMUK-nd that yon take such trp a ai necessary to stop the payment of said bonds and warrants issued to my said Colon Hash ford for serviw as Attorney Gctir ra!. Your conimiltc abv find t hat- umler elsnp ter twenty -one of tile liuwull t.'ode, the (rv crnorof the Territory is authorized toap jioint an Adjutaht General, ami that hiscotn s?nsstion shall iH-whuteviraniountthe Terri torial Audi tor ihall ill jw. Under mid law we find that um W.T. Flower was nnpointed Ad jutant General and for services whicii your Committee could uot Hte, was paw a warrant for the sum of thre hundred and twelve dol lars and fifty cents. Flower was removed, or resigned, and one W. II. Uavin was appointed, and has held the position of Adjutant General tip to the present time, and continues still to bold it. drawing at stated time htr regular warrants; and to him nave lieen issued warrants to the amount nf one thousand three hundred and two doilsrs and thirty-two cents. Dmiog a part of the y- an 1(195 and we And that the said Adjutant General did p" form kooi; nervsees. as the Territory bad, 'luting (hat tim, Hne troops in the field, and your Coninuttce can andemtand why warrants were issned to him during that time. lint Toar Committer caa not under stand why he should Is? puid wh n no 'kth of citizens on horseW-k und in irriB)fes moved out on the States toad to meet His Reverence on his approach to th" eity. Among those in the procession we noticed Hi Excellency Governor Miff Lei!. lTon the appttxich of the l!WHip m (j1(J train of citizens to the eity, the Cathedral and chnrcb Ulls were run?, and the people leathered in mantes in front of the Cathedral to ronsdly witness his arrival. In the Cathedral the Te Mtm ws celebra ted by the Vicario, Ttev. P. Kguim-n, m the prvsenee of a rant throng of eager njwetators and devout Christians. We are happy to be aide to congratulate the Bishop upon his safe return t.. Lis leld tf duty among us, awl hope he ntny long be pared to discliarge the fnnciious f ki- high and holy office. t . . " . " ifj. die i mm isoiAA. . uenver jsipir pnblishos the following tbetic u0ile onto the Fricndlics." There it truth in It, ff h.re isn't much poetry, and it will 1 ajmrecialed in this Territcry as well as m Colorado: Kobli- red man of tin? plain.-, pouncing on ungnardeit trains, biK ym come and where yon go Shssrman'sswnt wonM like to know. Rurnimr ben? and mlpine; there, ea-t and west and everywhere; prowlknr like thu tig.r-at night and day slmig the Jlntie; stculing lwldlv at your nill all ahmg tho Smoky Hill; first you n.nie m parties small, now in nuiuliers tlmt sppul, spsnsiliig death snd devasUtion, robbiui tebeT burning tat ions such pervistent visitation do not claim our admiration. Mr. 1a, now quit vour tri ks! nnrely you'll grt in a fix ; new, 'just stop those ngiy caper, or well fend jou to the Quakers! If our Uiys Mart on a'eout, surely iiwy will wipe you oat. Gy hold red wan of the Wt, here ycair stay is idmrt ai best : go and hunt the buffalo we eau sjare yon, Mr. Iol Sosaum KuMjraxca. The MehUe' (Ala.) .UhnsHmrmA lietjitier says t! the feltow- seix- rendered. Yonr CoBitnitTi-e ft:4 that ' ing is a phonograph report of a speech re witMii the peat year, w hen the Tcrritorj lad ' . . t;eUverei in the IIou-, of Utt.rtwen- ioar.naiii tlic t.-tal mdeiiiedne-s OT iiw., wavn i .,, icnwiHi. , ; .a'.iv.tof that SlaU-l v Mr. i;M,,a, of Cfav Territorv what bonds or other evioVnoes. nfiWUWWrfa U Ow anioarvt of six h 'odrwl and 1 ' ' ' fifty f w ntoWasai ht Wa Itmmi to tl II. Uamik JaAsytataiit Ucootal for the Ti 1 1 i 1 1 ii i si i i 1 1 'iii i'lJbill ii a I'm an ii Hu: ! lh .lit It iHih lt nil. Vh I SsW tee, sausiy an that it is not without reason that this so general feeling of disconruKe ineni pervades all classes, and the active labor oi the coon try has well nigh censed. i ne iiepreaations committed ujkmi the jhoi- Mr. Streaker, kwk at the king of the air, e mahiestof uinla. the E-A- of th - Aha. aifll hhn Ss ha stsi.-dwero.-t s-ith his lirainl land i.-,ble Utrm uim some hi-.'h p .int aixm the total iiuleiiiedtM of the TerriUiry to lie Your Crtuiultie,( u itr, recoiaaxml that r"'a or in'T3lt-r, witli a k.-en ee jieep-tweuty-eight tboeuil, three hundred mod a pii n-. almg that section oi ' ctf up at the mim. lie kk th-cpy. drowsy, scvntv-five dollars m t-rn-uev. Vour . i 'hapter XXI '" f.- llVweti CVIe. anth.! r. d.-.i-.py. with the mist ami d w '4 the morn- mittoe' find that .mid ..,nd u, ihumsi ins the Temttoriii A-idrtof to ailow sar-fi i ng coverisM all over his frosty fami. Thu indebtedness have isjen instied fnm the or ganization of the Territory up to the pruo nt tim. for whst puqwse, unl iy wLai autbor- I hey have binUd the surges of danger and performed tiie ilutv assisncd them and fin ! la. Hoc it w. s paid. yizoil, the stroiigettt heart i faint. A truthful recital of the experience of the past year will, in the opinion of your commit- of fifteen UiuumurI dollars licaring iattrest at i fiw. ; is b. f-tc the H.-Z f , t length tn,rwBjJn percent pcrsnimmjajabjeicji i"r nw mm uu nni m , i"nn me niwiii;-.a mi onm years ftom date'of iuaMw prmrioal and in -! thsMksaad nhs hun-ired wJ aioi i W tinVh tbi m'tst. wrrms turn i.p a little, and terest payable in gdd coin, hae been tued i do.nw and scv nty hecU w i-u-d to I,, ue Oegsns t : I use soarmir ojuriiTis iiiae hr h Tmiiirial Tivmiwr in ii.,,iii .,f! A. llciitlrv for irinrjfui the Hsell (' a hat ; at.d he doe soar, aisl roar, wal sear! erty Iwtli of tho Government and the citizens j warrants drawn unon biin bv the Territorial : nM a warrant lortao di- imwI rie huodre! i M above tlw sSMk :uhI dust and ujnlering Hi for the iHifct twelve months, in tho agcremite, Auditoiw. ml iht thv r.. ifcf.,,i. i hliars was issued t W. T Huaell. C.mnii- j ebnid-, kickiaw lck at the t amounts wj a si to wnicn, to inose wno kikw jg wnrranu covering the lsdaacof the Ter- wser, to prepare be llowU Cw-K-, aud t bat ; Jfi rsinpsni nmiusion aiei npnar coivon noiuing oune cuaracter oi tnese jespernti ritorial indebtedness. , a warrant lor lao Iwndrcd nd i.fty ddiar J o Mw ma ."so win t ts with AtatximaTt Apnclies, would sevm iiierwliblc: but large j Your committee liml on examination that - iued to tl.e came W. T. lloaell uu w adopt this law. She will nM in iiiuSeet;; ns is the amount of this loss of property, it is Teiritorial warrant, drawn on the Ten i torn) reading rirsj' rf the Howell 'K!e: that a wbove ail the samHiading tnish and nil.liiili ' as of nothing worth coinared with the terri- j Treasurer to the amount of six thousand lour ' warraat for one dvx ami w ren liiindrnf ami j which lies piled np thick about it-. Butlfsdj' blu dostruction of life with which it has been hundred snd ninety-set en niMte-4t ..ne bun- f"rf seven dollars s is-insl to K. . Hent-s to it, and ya will have t send oattofj accompanied. Strong men have fallen at dredtbs(vi9? ,lt)d. -lUroiuatctwen iasucti to ! y for priattng law f the Terruorj- in the j ie State for yosr inMiect. aa l you lieferaa? their ploughs, in their houses, by the way- i f,. Bviitbid a Att..r;iet lienersl for thejAaiaos Miseb; that a warrant 'for one . 'hese.s of wood and drawers of iraterItS ohic, iii i4eir jvurnrvniBp, iruis ruuucu n Itrntorv ; ftiiu that tiit- lotlow iims Teiritorwi x"Unn one uuoumi mnn irvitf -out 1 ihuk wmi wm raure, their Hell Iftdtitir nntl their ftnimaU. iiriiu i-1 -..1,1 1 Im i.-i4 1,1 T lmtl f,Jr nriniit r pals ami agents of parties who have come i .nm.uJK- llh,., ,-l ... i'u Governor'" Me are. Journal-of t!.efht L. - ; ' .R W'.rthy G..ven.orso,-nst.. be laboring hero from various States in the East, with I fcasbford m A tic true General as salarv and 'stature and the Kites oT the House arid 1 rl tp Ur " t nmsht into. the v(hV ..f iliv. -still. ' .Hl.il.l 1.. droLin ,.r r. lu.nil .xf .1.. I -;j. ,.,. !. , ... PnfOtt ill -IClf t. Bsl SHf IlltO 0. mines owupy rude graves together. tt... Hi.. .U 1..1. and grim skeleton are tineer tsists the track of ?vngc ferocity and cruelty. The j uti which has 0111 pai i u August 15th Mto" ' ''15 lol by the first Legislature amount COUntrV. "O far ftsjns iunirovina. in in UU m.-l lu. I.l. ......1. 11.- I , i.rft 11!. ill :n in ll'r in"m-nti- in tlw uim nfninc llinn pact so safe, eithur for business or for traveling ng H-l 1L" ill'. 117 11 ll'j 1JU l'l sand four himlrcl and sistv-threc aid ;?7-S ' r W worth .mpjing. Mum txw.ps. as it was eight or ten years since, I i 13 iftj' i ", i&t i-J- 12U 'latt! dwians ivbwb v . Cu.iit;si Urlkv wcr, !'r lf whole Tcmtiy te deairaUr.hut tlut Tho rowlt of this condition ot thhs is, the 13 Ui V&L lvi4." The inilrest on whi. h iimfieriycharg,d against the Territory, and , " JM"i d to any frt5cfc.r ilMnct aiMnueniM-nt oi aetuemeuta wnuu were oe 1 ha bwn isdd to August l-'.tb, itifif.. Al. in cstaWished, und the withdraw of enpi-' Umd numWrs 141, 142. 14:1, 144, 14rt, 14f., Ul, a general suspension rf induolnal tmr 147. UK 1 Hi I .vi Th- it.rt hi. h isHitej a perltsn Mop to all imigration to the , ,8, jm,.i IOAugit l'.tb, li7. Amount territory, and an exodu l tuc people from' the asn-nau- to three thousand one a. rountry tliey had imptd it. eaJl tueir homo. ! hundretl and fifty dollars, and the said Cli- he I idted Mut-. The tjme iwmn to have arrived, in our ex-1 IW.ford dw ln.S.h. ifhe hi not trt.ffi-md Your Caaiauf.ee aiao Cud neneace wnen it snail oe decided wueuicr : the csiiie. wrmntM iuiuU ps Si. 4 ..!. .VJ were issiKtt to . . in.e ss-tis to be laborir tr i;ht inl t ha etsto into From j rrs , iw.- lho,:!, nuuitan, 74, 7:,. 7L. rant Jbr ugfc: hnndrrd and tiity drflars and ; f1 """' ,H r,hat to nitrt i v... ... 'i.,- m. ..'.. ..11.L- r.- ..,,.. n.i.1 1,.- i,i. r,.r nr..ii; other dts'net thai hate more tioisia. TI I tnith pct-bap may b. that there are bat few P'int in th.it 1.1st tw.'t tf eountry that U or r. i I n,nisf trtl.i I- ,1 t lt T. rri. "Cl ! Wu baw iMUS torv if the proper (vprew.'nithnv were aiad j -Irsf. ;. at Wa-bii ft-m. Your Owuunttie ther.."f. t Whete ig-ioran.- is t.Ji-s 'tis AJ'y to be recommend that yon take si ii stiis as aw j wie. The editor f the .frsi, in his aocesssrt t t. t ilu- tost.ti U t.iv ti' Trees- i . , 1.;. Ttmtnn- -, -- - 1 ----- . ,- ' findWhly imaini - thai in di-ii kit incs- arrant . ,. . t. il'rtl' t P t mil' tt irf'iu nii 1 '""v so rieli and extensive a territory, Mtualed as .') 105, li amoimting to three thousand McCanaon awl R. C Mc- orm:, jtHHinting ths- s-tvantap-s .HIV i. d to ta'sir rtM .pit d in ours ic, on the most direct and piacticabfo , ti,. humlml snd fort v Mea finetsen-one to he miui of enr trinsanl f ! jnriredsivl tl.e rtgUm tf ct.u.itn .wnpri.n the Pfscott ruiito of travel from the Atlantic to tbo Pa- Umlre.lth dollars $ ;..:vl7.1t). Y'our com-1 idw-Jj-one dollars. f..r . o c iitcarr.1 w linnet. Such narrow minded w-al will -siner tane, snail m aoauiioiioa to the sole poaseskion . n,itt-e llnd that t olcs l!hf..nl was lir-t sp ami oecuincy of the most murderons, worth- pointed Attorney General for the Territorv less, thieynng race of savages upon this conti by Oovermw G.stdaiit on Kebniarv Ut. lmd ntilit. or Whether it hall be held by civilized ! .nl for scid sitit!nlinent vonr eoiiimittr.- an man. The ioint occuusaey, uikiii the condi-1 ntl.l t.. Hn.i' nr lw Tiu. Onni Art n.. ! where iurniislies IIh- aiitboritv. ai.d if don. under chapter sixt-n .f tt.p qw N.-h j I be ooHajidin, i.nKbtwd j-sol tin Temton Mexico, creating the olM.c of Attornev 'K-n- J I" wly-- 'he T nstoiul Aoditirs tral aitumved lVl.ru irt 1 S.V.I, mmt eom 1 and Tressinvr, and lor printi-.a, ii.U-r.i-t on H-;vHK.- uoiiars. i..r . n e mrarn-o ui ii,.r;rt. Such rsrr w minded zeal will -siner Lf J-xn-lithsi again.: the ' ,.,,,, Mrt , ... wW. ,jr gtki .de ludi.-ia. And y.n.i tsu.unu.i- Ik- . , u ' . ,. r- Ctut L-t ,i .,ttcra'f.-ris 1 panted ; ,r'h k ,Ke"' tu U- U thv ' hV" . . . , i . i .lo tions und, r which we now live, is no lonifw tolerable; the contest is too unequal. Even while this report i being writu-n, hrre, in the Capital of tlic Territory, the funeral proces sion of a fresh victim of itavag cruelty is jtass ing, bearing the body of one of throe citizens, who were traveling on the public high way about Ave miles from this town, in the day time; the other two, escaping with .serious wounds, reaching the town with their team. Without saying where or u 11011 whom re proaches should fall, :or tho miserable failures CoL K. S. km Uev . . t r t a . S 1 . l. 1 he M.gre-.- ine l i... l t..i..-. ho ;.- ! prtpriatin u M 'v msd for imr ivtief. lour 1 4iiin i-.e- ll:j't list IL .lialanei ol udttee tadiere it m illegal, f,.r thst act ass 1 hd aid other inc.l ntal , auiount- xrrnc np here, hi would be Brprwl "d de- !vbt-d with the itidii-tn ami tenacity of our sp!e, the num'-er aid ridtnewi- four mines, ibr tlKNtssn.'. uf a.n-s that, this year, have prodnoed tfoiwl c:-r of wheat. e..m, potatoes, tc , and tl tens of t'lunoswl- of seres yet mg t the i.u in ..f ttina thoiikjiit.i tii humirod ,' umwentMed. Wo 1.11 n.t cta.fmed to '4 one . 1 i. . 1 .... . i . . and eiirht dollars ami sixty -t u. . t ai.iended by an set pnsed bv the Irisisture of said Tcrritorj, nppn.vv-d February 2mIi, h2, and by an ait pa.-- J In suid lttiels ture ajiprovtvi Juiilihi -.r:h, Ih'.U. T.vereby circumscribing the duller of Attorney thm eral for the Tcrritorj- of New Mexico, by makintr naid officer District At tun. -v for the in the isut for the subjection of these wild 1 Fin,. .Iiaiinal I i -it ci t of said Temtorv. and nud.r the i'iiu- States, cxtvpl it.Mtauai.tcs, j ... I -II . " t i. .- -..-..-, . .,- . .. . -V 'I 'll .. .- . V t ' iHuiau irna, vour womiuuiee wouiu luu j ex-mcio Attorney (M iteral lor the lerntiv, either in their duty to tliwnscives, their ja-1 reducing his salary from fifteen hundred tosix uitiuii as RepiVHcntatires, a well a to the hundred dollar. ' Umler t lib. illegal appoint- jieople ol the territory, ir they tailed cither ! menr, a ymr committee Mieve, 1,'oles Rah to coihIuiuii such measures as have been pro- j ford acted as Attorney Genera! until Nov. 10th, 1864. And (or said services was al lowed and paid in londs of the Territory, the sum uf one thousand one hundred ami sixtv- six dollars. On November loth, 1S(M an act , to any office which s-lull Lav. Im en created, or lao Territorial Legislature creating tUiorlu" samry or inoiumcuis 01 n-nicu sosn olllco of Attoniev General anil Hxinir his sal- have beu inere.e.!, while tie was a number. ary, was approved, and tho said Coles Rash- j duntig the ter -. b.rwhiih be was elected, loiil was continued or re-appotuted Attorney pot," to mint- or farm ; our 1 1 mate i ntithor dilutive of no good results, or to commend tlio adoption uf such as experience and obser vation would seem to anction and dictate. Your Committee believe that no successful campaign can be carried on agsinst such an enemy as the Ajtauhe Indian, either with the present or with an increased force, so long an that force is directed by n cummamler 1000 miles distant from the scene of strife, and that over a country where communication is so slow and so difficult, whtm otlicers ready and willing, as are the commanding Generals in this Territory, to do their duty Isith to tho seryiuu to which they belong and to the puoplo of tho country they have come to de fend and protect, ure restrained in acting promptly, according to tho dictates of their judgment, as well as the circumstances which surround them, by order issuwl under othur condition-, by an otllcor one thousand miles away, thoni can be 110 elllciuncy in the force here, und hence no practical results. Your Committee cannot tM strongly ex proas tholr hearty concurrence and approval of so much of Ills Kxcellency Governor Mc Unrmiulrti .Message its suggests tho ootablislf munt of as.eparatuDei)!irtmgiitfor thi.jdndian rerrltoj-y, anil tooyproos tho hppo thnjycry proper effort will lye mado tp sgpuro'suoh . resiilt. ' " 1 - " 1 our 1 ommii ico nui mat 1 t v.oxcrncr . . . . , , ... v.. a,... and Ke, r. tan, 1 singer the Goteii. u,n nw fou '"." h merit of the i'li'ted Sut, w. r.-, l.y section ! an'l MmK.er css t w AIu.icl.ty -m. u-i ten of the Organic Act, which -ays. -l No ! coy'In'ts showers of raia, ahi.-h cs.I the at person holdinu h etmmis-i..ii or ipsnnlm-fit mo. t.!.crc and ciublc anv irsim. except a, - pi it.Mtauai.tcs, ; .... . . ,(...-.... n.l rum crow. snail is in. uit .-r ol tuo Lglt,ve Assem-1 x. , n .,t blv, r shall hold anv ottkv under the Gov-. 3 ,r' r 7- - ? cninicnt of sail Territory," prohiltitcd trip up hen?, a.. I w.'!! I- t yce hat jwuii. front holding th. otrke of Auditor; and that acKnon ledge thr.t su sin- ! I-td da" the Atturncy GenH-al tras sU.. prohibited V(,ir it. Come up. drink some of our frttmaeiuig as Auditor under the smuc sec- .nent a att r and pood la-rer bcor; eajuy lion, m iiicli says, tbs. no mcniU r of the . , ...,Aini,H1 with : t '.... i...... our .l.-ibrbtful ihmafe : ret -iinlwi aim --m -us" "T - aps..,i i , .... ' ... ..ro here - our newnn". sua veu 11 "" " in h day than vsi ever can in Tiwson. Goui ox Sax Ji vi, Rivks. Mr. Jnw General, which appointment wan a plain vio Istior. of that irt of the Organic Act, which says, that ''no member of the Legislative Assembly sliall hold or be appointed to any ollice which shall have been created, or the salary or emoluments of which shall have boeii increased while he was a member during tho term for which he was elected and fur one year after tho expiration of such term.' The snid Coles Riwhford teing at that time a memUor of the legislature, elected for two years. And vour eommitttH. find that the said Coles Rashford held said ohlce of At tor and fur one year after the expiration of ucn White, of whose jx-nlous vo)ae tarnBga m tcn.i. All of w Inch is rcsiettulh submitte I. '' n Canon we imMi-hed an sccoont f wir JAMKS S. Gll.F.S, . au- ine. 11 isirts that the rry aU- e..w-red ri.h and .xtem-itc dsfgUf r..it;bborhos of San Juan moaatain. "tone ... i t. ti.v n.iV s iii t tLsdsoth offlueon .llglli 11 lirt:- il.i se. liViii-: Chaitinan Select Cniniuitte. (1 Ni.h MKXito. The Sd.-na F rt- Risilop Lam v.- ThU Rev. Pr. late, Diocoan of Arizona tun I New Mi xi' o. arrit- d al Santa Fe on Thiirsdnv art.-n.nol-, ui'ter ;ll aby-nee rf nearly a tw.-lve-montli. Dniiiiif i.i b-aem-e he visited t)-e llc) his: aud otli.r mter- OatUlg plsiu.s ill LilA-ji.' Nc und' i-t.,o 1 '.e 1.1 .ul; witli Jjirn -ieia , let', . . , . .,.iin noHIU anu oiiiamni tueiy-ni: w-- -7 gold to the juii. 1 anotoer pw stru. k hard cem. id three feel lkw tfte fae. Thet did not penetrate the ecia but obtniiitil jfnod nnpects iir.iH-ted many other gulches, and tPHH neat l.i si! of them gold in I" (lu3nU The o-untry, howetcr, 1. txir inwj noy General from November 10th, 1HJ4, to j priest to oili ... M -1 ;.ud flva or , tNiuotw aud rugged, insomuch tnat U l ' Dseeinber 31st, lStitli and your immitteeLjjx Shdem of Chjitiy. - 7 vf eult4o travel from one point to ai.other. believe illegal!. ud(haifmiisitiiimMiff Nb hi((hnpisVoidd - . , Ml iiines'l'erritOi-bl'vvnrraiifB on tha Torritotial nwiitj and niii.eiv- wehome than did tlic f S11011 with Gold. The hfixc whuli W Troasiirer, irero-fissucil 'o iho sid 0uieJ Uli..p ftiun our people on Thuixlay, lsuiu L'liqieror of Austria rde wlun le Ttneliforil lis Altnmiiv flmisml fmill tile SSIll I n..lu' i-iinlil l.i-li.olv i-nl,-i iin-ii mid lulu editor i-lorm.I fvinr of Ifilliei.IV Vi M shoo 10th day of N'ov0iiitr,lb'frl,to1joembir 41, 1 his niety. Ciristt.oi tlrtues sn.l philanthropic oUi. Ilulidmlj of ptsssant-. h" dj dfi'Jfl, amounting to fliur thousand oigllthun 1 uilnistntiious oiiiojijr lUun our whom he has their acelsmif, iiruliablv had -flo'f cjrou ana iorfyfroycuiiiii8tecuoueuuuurcuiHs cnargu. jvany in tue biibitowii -v nuiuHuugd-iu ou(y a tncai