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PHENIX, MARICOPA COUNTY, A. T.t WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1ST9.
NEW SERIES NO. 10.
VOL. 3. NO. 3. WHOLE NO. Go.
SALT RIVER HERALD.
PnblUhed every Saturday ond Wi dnewlay.
GOSPER McCUNTOCK - - Proprietors
Svbscbiptios Rates.
One Copy one year
One Copy six months
Jly carrier, in I'henix, lVr Month -Advertising
Rates.
One inch, one insertion..
Each Subeeqneut insertion
Professional cards, per inontu
$5 no
J 5i-
SO cent .
... S'2 0
lr
i M
A jrcnt.
!AX FRANCISCO Charles W. Crnm:
OFFICIAL OIKECTORY.
TEnHITOlIlAL OF' lEirR.
releete to Congress Ilium S. Steven
Oorrrmir John Kr. inon'
Sfe.retnry John J Oo-er
Auditor.. K P. Clark
Treasurer T. J. Butler
Surveyor Oen. r.il John Wa.n
S ipreine .IndireK
Kirst litriet. . Chief JusticeC.O. W. Fretic'-
Second District DeKoret l'o'ter
Third Kistrict : Cluirl.-s S lent
Clerk Supr.-me Court Joseph NuitaM
X' rt. litrict Attorney E H I'onvoy
I' lited .Stutea Marshal C. P. I take
Collector Internal Revenue Thos. Cordis
Register V. S. I-atid Ontre---
Prescott
Florence
Receiver U. S. Land OUice
W. X. Kelly
C. L. I'osteti
Kloreace
.Levi Ruirfrlef.
Prseott - Oeorpe Luunt
PJIOEESSTOXA L.
J. r. IIAIiflHAVE. BKNJ. MOIM5AX.
HARGRAVE &. MORGAN,
Attorneys and Cooimelors at Iaw
COMTF.Z STREET. PRESCOTT. A. T.
H. R. PATRICK,
Karreysr and Civil Kngiiieer,
PHENIX, A. T.
Ofliee with "W. A. Hancock.
WM. M. BRECKENR I DGE,
Civil Engineer and County Surveyor,
I'henix. A. T. Ofliee with Liurille & Wiley,
ne door east .f Postofnce.
HARRY B. JONES,
Attorney tit Line,
-lp stairs in Capitol 15uil.li.ir, The-
nrvirr.
v-.x. A. T.
J. B. DOUGLAS,
Architect and Superintendent.
PImhs. sitcitications. and etiumfe carefuMy
prep irt'd.
Office with Drs. Sheets t Whartun. eatit
cide of the I'laza. u'. -'m
DR. B. L. C0NYER3,
Ph.v-icia;i nnI Sursron.
Late of Vixaltu. Cal 1
OFFICK Withitit-.u. tr. d .rs from Mon
tezuma stert. l'heniv. Arizona.
JUL! US VV. VAN SLYCK,
Attorney and Cottnselcr at Law.
Mc.Milleiiville, ILiric pa comity. Ariz'-na.
Will pruc'ice in a'l the ouits of the Terri
tory. JOHNT. ALSAP,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Office of the District Attorney. Phenix.
Arizona.
A. D. LEMON,
Attorney at Law.
OITo'e opposite Court IIoo.e. on Washinptoi
street, rhenix, Irompt attention g ven to
all biisin -ss entrusted me in the Federal ami
County Conns of the Territory.
ritJUATE Jifiii:. mjtabv i'LBlic.
WM. A. HANCOCK,
Attorney at liaw.
Land Business in all Departments a Specialty
PIirESIX. ARIZON.
JOHN L. GREGG, M. D.,
Physician, Surgeon and Accoucheur.
"References without permission: F. M. Co'rill
IT S. Senator. Misrfo-iri. rol. J hn T, Cri.p,
Dtm. N'om;nee for C-'n-ress. fmm Mis ri.
OFFICK Two miles south Ha-yHen's Ferry
A rizona. v i-n:hf
PAUL WEBBER,
flttornoy and Counselor at Law.
1'RESCOTT - - - AUIZ'INA.
BLAKE & CO.,
Afayers.
Cold Dust, Oold and Silver Kullion nnd s
of every dwsflrijtion melted and assayed Alt
Assays Kuaria'eed. Pric-s f ore assay: Si ver
ami iuld, SJ; Lead. S3; Copoer, S-V Samples
an be Mat by mail or express, and returns
-will be promptly made.
Office, w;th Wells, Farjro & Oo., Prescott.
KOTAKV I't llUC.
J. H. COX,
Attorney a4 Law.
OfficeTwo dors west of the County Re
corder's office.
m-SlXES VAIIDS.
New Phenix Bakery
, HEIXSOX, Proprietor.
fnrashinr;:on street opposite the Courthouse.
F.ight loavesof BreeJ. orKiirht llread Tick
ets for One io!lar.
Pies ami Cak es al .rav on hand. 14-tf
Pioneer Bakery.
Washington Strkkt.
Xttrthenst Corner of the I'Utztt,
S LOAVES OF BREAD FOK 1 DOLLAR
Fruit Cakes and Pastry of all kind-, for wed
ding parties, etc., prepared to order.
vi-ni-'f Btl'EKLKX & CO.
PALACE SALOON
JOHN LAR.YRR - - PnorniETOR
Washington Street, Pheuir.
-0
OS-ONE BUT THE REST"
Is the motto of this popular jduce.
MISCELLAXEOUS.
LIXVILLE A WILEY,
Real Estate and Collection
Offi.ce. and Auctioneers.
Fast of Postofiice.
The Public are informed llmt I hare
;pened a real estate office, where any
.nforinalion regarding property in
iJhe-:ix and Salt River valley will be
urnished. Letters promptly answered.
Abstracts of Titles furnished.
Collections of all kinds undeitaken
:iud returns praomptly made.
Auction sales in any portion of the
count v. 21
Phenix Hotel.
-VaS' ington Street, between ilaricopa anb
Pima Streets.
C lean Beds and well Ventilated Rooms, Vy
the day or night.
Best of Accommodations tor Families.
shower bath hns lately been connected
with the Hotel for the convenience rf
gtlehts and the public generally.
I. J. GAKIHXKR, Proprietor. 15-tf i
tilLLETT
FEED AND
STABLES.
LIVERY,
SALE
M n u ii Jk C'nsaolv
Prprs
This rioiwr Stable of C.'iTIett has at nil
times hay and grain and &' the accomtnudaiions
. Writing hors-s.
Il-trses on hand at all times t
! l-t and forale.
20- tf
LI eat
Eiarket.
Opposition and Competition.
On Monte7.'ima ftret, opposite the Herald
oSTire. an.l arro-s the strevt fit.tn our ttr
i iiiit ! afion where we are ri-nrt-d tn lor
iiisli the citizens of I'henix with the very bst
BEEF, VEAL,
ML'TTOX, PORK, ETC.
That can be ob''-iin"4l.
OTERO BI.IK!!.
jXcw Saddlery and Harness
Shop.
PETER DIBEK,
La'p- f s.m Tl -n i-rtino, Calif'-ruti, would
re-p e-fi iff --m the ri:ziis f Phenix and
siiTOU''ii.r c-'-'n n- 'hat h has opened a first-c'a-s
sa hi'- r a -it harn-s sU.p in the building
i fttrmerly c -up;e-' by Illainc the bootmaker,
j where he is prepan d ! d- itll work in his line
I in a wo bavin ike mat nor.and at reasonable
p ic8 . A sha; e -f the pnhic patronage so-
; 'ic'Ted.
I rm shop.
On 5f;-nez .ma Si eet one block north of the
j Printing: ' Mtice
i Til- tin ie'-ii-ri havinir received a full line
o' ir a c ia' f-eces-ary f-rr this section, respect
I fully i fo m h- : nil c that he now has ou hand
a full us rme"t --f
L,D CAN'S. STOVE PIPF.
j GL'TTKUS , "WATKJi SPOL'TS
. Fve yt' i- ?r irauntactnred in this shop b'-ucrht
ntt iu;:rk tl i.ir the same, will liv hxed at the
fi-nt time on any damage turning froic the reg
ular use. free of charge.
Buy your Tinware from the Tinshop, if you
wish to have it guaranteed.
I dfy competition in pi ices, and buyers will
find it so, as I am compelled to make my liv
inir. Special Attention given to repairing- and Job
bin jr. Pt'nquoira.
LOR I NG & LARK I N.
The nnd "rs'g'ned, being ntrenf for Clark Sc
Adam, of Prejtcott, are prepared to furnish
Lumber to the Public at
LOW PRICES!
We have on hnnd a larg-e and well selected
stock v seaone i Lumber.
Ofliee in Postofli- building.
LURING &. LARKIN.
SAM WING.
X E W L A U T U R Y.
Washing & Ironing Che :p.
POLISHING JiKAiLV DONE.
Corner Adams and Montezuma sts.,
one-half block north of the Hekai.d
office.
Fresh
a
iirti
IS DF.LIVKKED BY THE LXDEUSiy XEU
to etistomers in Phenix anil vicinity daily.
Havinir a lurtre dairy three miles north" of tuttu
j can tu: nish
Milk Fresher and Mweeter
Th an ean he done by keepit g your owu cow
G' ve me a trial
Crderi left at the Postofice Will Rsoei ve
Prompt Attention.
nS W. L. OSBOEN.
MISCELLAXEOUS.
G. W. MASSEY,
Carriage, House
And Sign Painting.
Orders left at John Bur
ner's shop will receive
i prompt attention.
P holographs.
THEl'NDKK-IGNED CALLS THE AT
tention of the public to the fact that he is pre
pared to erecute all work in his line in first
class style. Also constantly ou hand a fine as
sortment of view of
ARIZONA SCENERY
Stereoscopic and 6x10 size, contistin in part
of O'lvenment Posts. Az'cc Ruins, Indians
Cactus, and other Characterstie Scenery.
At Lorinfr's P.aznr AVashintton t. I'henix
nfi O. II- ROTHUOCX.
NEW BOARDING HOUSE.
Southwest Corner of the Plaza.
J. S. BYERS,
Wtmld resiwctfiilly inform iIjp citizens ft
'htnix that he has opt-n-d n lirst ehs b-'aniiiu;
ho- st- at the ubov- 1- eaii n. an t is prcpa d o
take bi f riers hy tl:e fny week or month, at
ni"ertte prices M a's a-ivcd at all hours
'1 he tah'e will be Mtpp'ic-t n lite brt tlie
n arker atlttnl A suare of The puhiic ) atron-
pe is req-iesfed. fei'5 lm
New Tailor Shop
IN THE GARDNER HOTEL.
J. Wiener,
(if I. o Ann'
prepared ttt !o
t h:itt h iraWd
1 ki-idn fi'?
t:1 I'henix
'hos tado
pr e A
es-ed. iti
d :s
lire
tui siinrt
ot ttie p..
if-- . i l v:nrr
I at o:i;i:rH i- r ip;
1
T. C. Depew. J. T. Walsh
WALfH & DrW.
Carpei.ters and Builders
Store and Office Kitting Prompt-
.Ittemlctl to.
Shop is in tho butldlugeast of Car'os Perazzo s
block-
I have opened for the present, a new ISA ft !-El
SHOP in the rear ot the Magnolia .Siiiomi
entrance on
MONTEZUMA STREET.
By strict attention to business. I hope to war
rant a tuir share wl your patronage.
WM. STCRNBURU.
Late of San Francisco.
I", s. I ami office.
FLOKtNCK Juue It-, ItfTS.
HAVE BEEX AUTIIOKIZED BY THE
TEXAS PACIFIC RAILROAD
COMPANY.
To say, that occupants of lands
reserved to said Companv. by Act of Congress,
who file appIicHtioi-s can have the option ol
purcliase at d- uhle minim- m rrice tor a s'atetl
time niter The title is complete.
llMf CUoJLKH T. P08TOV.
THOMAS EVAXS
Is prepared to do all kin .is of
CONTRACT WORK
At moderate prices and satisfucttoD jnarantced
Will deliver W"OOI t
at tr.e Icvf-t in irket iriv ;
any psrt of the city
A 11 or.Iers let': with t i diiver ot the
liDg carl will receive pruaipt utteimun.
priuk
Barber Shop
MISCELLAXEOUS.
HARNESS & SADDLERY
HAVING OPEXED A SHOP FOR THE
manufacture of Harupss and S.idclery, I am
prepared to execute all work in tlia tltnd in a
FIRST CLASS MANNER.
Farmers and stick men will find it to their in
terest to hfstovr their patronage upon me. as
none but fi st class work is turned out at my
establishment.
Directly opposite the IIkrat.D office.
n9 EDWARD O CON'NOU
T. 0LS0X,
iVashington st rect. ait joining; Oic
store of M. Li. I'ei alta.
Boot and Shoe
cr.
Fanhionnlile Hoots and Shoes. Of the
material, made to order in eiegaut style.
PERFECT FITS GUARANTEED.
r3 T rive mv entire attention to custom
made work, and I have every facility foririviutr 1
eutire .-atijt;i-;iun.
SF.SU IX YOVR ORI)i;.:.S.
Liverv Stabfe.
Washington street adjoiuins the
Phenix Hotel.
Horses boa"ded liv tiie dav, weeV or 'month
Kef s slways ou hand the best tn:ility of wheat
and iruiu hay, llarley and Outs,
Go.-il eceommod'ttion fur tcmnste' s and Travelers-
Kt-cp ounstaittlv ou hand Fine turnouts-
nrss b'-arded at my fitab'e will rcc-jve the
best attention. JKO HAMI.IX.
Leading S.otel !
OF SAN FKAXCISCO.
And Ihe inst eleirantlv npjohi'ed hotel in the
world, ov-r ? . 50. .Ir0 having lie Jn expended
bv .Mr . Hnliliviii in its ci iistrut-ti'-n arid furnish
iii". lieaduarer Anny nnd Navy. Sjerial
A.'comntada'ions f'r Faini!is and laryre Par
ties Price tl-c nine us at other ri'st-ci-'.s ho
tel, t J?.! per day. S eeial contracts will
be mrt'le for pe mauent boarders.
''"he hotel c;.,ehes and cairieo in waitinc at
all ho-its au-I rai'wjAV dpot. Hooms can he
reserved before arrival hv te'er-r:;ph.
JOH NT A. KICK, T.essee.
F -rmerlv proprietor of the Crand Pacific. CM
men. ii 'U
Porter's Fresh Ranch
JL
nm SALE AT
E. Irvine & Oo.'s.
Wholesale or Retail, warranted A No. 1.
Stniter facli o! nn! Hi ipjotl to
Any Iart of the Territory.
Y0UXG AMERICA
HoUi and Restaurant.
dlLLETT
ARIZOVA.
Board by the day or week
Oilh-tt is the Ideation of the mill of the Tiptop
M ini' ir Company IVrsnn vis ii:t thi. live
m ninireainp wi.I fii'd The Y'-t.njr America H'
tel ami Hes'aurant the che.ipet aud best p ace
te jut-lip at. Terms r as'nabie.
03 .SIXGLK & ANDF.RSON", Props.
Cheap Livin
b
Board reduced to $ T 00
per week.
Single Teals
50 cents.
at the
Cosmopolitan Restaurant.
wm. iioi.i. vxn.
SEEDS
FEJKSH A Tltl K TO XAMF,
"VrE will send the followlnir seed-, post paid,
' on reeoipt of price. Kcuiit by Fotolliee
Order or l'ostag'e Stumps:
Keets. per oz Parsnips, per oje..I0o.
Carrot, per z lUc. ICadish. per oz. . . . 10c.
(.'abbace. per oz. 23c . Spinach pernz...JlV.
Letmee. p-r oz 15c. Turnip, per oas. Hk:,
Union per oz ioc. Tomato, per o...J-3c-
ANo in liicent packer-;, all vari-tics t-f Vca-'abl-.
Flow or iniil Tree Seetis. Send ftr
Price List. THOMAS A. COX &. CO.,
10 J? Uuwaid strtct. S.m I rantisco.
iTuc phi nifiiu
E. IIiriXE & CO.
CREAT
Clearance
AT GREATLY
Prices
-VINE
Are oflering at a Sacrifice
the Large Stock of Goods
which they have on hand.
Thcv have also a larcrc
lot of Goods on the road
which they expect to re
ceive in a ftw days, that
must be sold for less than
San Francisco prices, in
order to close out their
whole stock, as they are
determined to sell off
everything before the S.
P. 11. R reaches Maricopa
Yclls, which will be by
the 1st of April.
Xow that tidies are hard
land monev scarce, it is
of the greatest importance
to ooonomi'n Therefore
n -i -i mi
rn nrniim nni vnn wi
J
lind that you can purchase
as much for one dollar, as
yen could have purchased
for two dollars some years
ago.
Thev have a full line of
s
-AXD-
?
revisions
Which thev
CUE -VP, or
will sell as
CHEAPER,
than any firm in town.
Do fiat Forget !
You can make money
by going there to pureh-
ase.
as
money saved is
monev gained.
BARGAINS
Are to be had, as they are
determined to sell, and in
order to do so the' have
reduced their prices.
Keep on the West side of
the Plaza. Remember the
sign over the door,
Variety Store
Tienda Baratn,
Sale.
SALT RIVER HERALD.
SEH I-YV KKK IjY ki iti ox.
Wednesday.
JIareh 5. 179.
1'IXAL ( OIXTV,
Infarmaiion Iteeardiiis the
Towns, Its Mines and Farms.
Florenc e, February 14, 18T9. i
AVhile Phenix, as I stated in my I
last "notes," is the centre of a lanre j
and growingagricultural section, and !
.neseat 01 government. 01 .uaneopa ; thU ,)0rtion of Arizona, and bo
county, so Florence is the centre of a j trouble is CTer experienced by no
rich and imoortant mining country mal,s m gI..lzirJ!r tuelr 6tock, or of il
and the county seat of Pinal county, j IuniinntioI1 this weird country ritU
Florence is about CO odd miles, iu j Ur jolliest of midnight fires. In a
a straight di-eetion, from Phenix ; ft.w vear3 the yU,, j of vegetable .com
but the man who goes from Phenix j alu, smM right -m and arountl
to Florence by stage must travel 80; , Florcncei supply the demand
as the regular mail stage route is by j fr()m a of the mining districU irt
way of Maricopa Wells. Florence j proxilni,y thereto. There are what
was "started" about ten years ago, j m.,y be termed two railiy ieas0n
and is so called after a sister of Gov- ; lhis section of ArIzona.
ernor R. C. jlcConmck, Avhose lion-
ored name is a liouselioul word in
Arizona. While Florence is, to a
great extent, elevated to the dignity
of a town through ils proximity to a
nnm.bcr of wonderful mines, it is
also surrounded by many hundreds
of acres of excellent larming lands,
all of which may be irrigated by
waters from the Gila.
Tle houses are all built ot adobe
but present a better appearance than
adobe houses generally do. The
streets are laid out at right angles,
and most of the thoroughfares arc
shaded by trees that were planted or
set out simultaneous with the com
niencement of building. There is one
good hotel, three or four boarding
houses, and several stores. The
United Stales Land Oilice for South
ern Arizona is located at Florence,
and the place contains at least 500 in
habitants. The climate is much the
same as that of Phenix and the Salt
Hiver country, except that the cli.
male of the Gila river country is a
little more equable, if anything, than
! tIl:lt of tUliVi,st plains watered by the
: Salinas.
! THE JIIXlSC
DISTKKTS ADJACENT TO
FLORENCE.
I rennik above that Florence is in
the heart of a wonderful mining
country. So it is so far as is at pres
ent developed ; and I doubt not that
the discoveries yet to be made will
astonish the coast. The famous Sil
ver King mine, owened in great part
by Colonel James M. Barney, is near
Florence. This mine is one of the
wonders of Arizona. For many
months the Silver King has produced
all the way from 75,000 to nearly
$100,000 a month with ten stamps. I
sav while here 100,000 pounds of con
centrations that have since assayed
r early 20,000. There is also a fine
piece of property called the Redeem
er mine. There are two mills rimnrng
night and day is this particular'loeul-
it", and enough is on the dumps io
keep the two mills with their fifteen
stamps running for at least a ycar
from the present time. There are on
an average twenty men engaged in
taking out ore from the Silver King,
and enough is taken out to keep foity
stamps iu constant operation.1 Just
befoie arriving at the Silver King
mine is a place called Picket Post,
which may prove a formidable rival
to Florence at no distant day.
THE GLOBE DI STRICT.
Further on over the mountains from
Florenc e, King and Picket Post is an
amazingly rich district called the
Globe. Here quite a settlement has
sprung up, and the people are as or-
j in any mining or agricultural town
in California. Among the most prom-;
! inent, mines in this locality are the
Silver Nuggctt mine, the Imperial
Stonewall Jackson, and many others
of lesser note. Near the Globe dis
trict is mineral creek, showing a very
Jarge number of good leads. A little
way from Picket Post is another lich
district, with any o.uantity of paying
mines. There is one, called !he Union
West, down nearly a hundred feet in.
to rock at limes so rich that it cannot
be crushed. There is a smali mill of
five stamps in operation here. There
are a number of mines in this locali
ty paying their way in milling ore
while developments arc going on
This is only a brief outline of min
ing and milling operations in a por
tion of Arizona near which the
Southern Pacific Railroad will soon
penetrate. This brief outline, how
ever, shows a degree of industry, en
terprise and confidence on the part of
a hardy splendid set of men who have
i braved hostile Indians, Mexican !
. ,i. i .. i .... . i. i
ctiL-iiti ojtts itnu uespciatioes, uuicii js
I proverbial of your real occidental
pioneer.
AtllilCn.Tl ItAL INFORMATION.
A large portion of the country
claiming Florence as ils centre, hol
ders on the Gila liver, and a irood
many thousamls of acres are or run
be watered from tliU stream, which
runs almost a'l the year round in
many places. The Gila does not at
all compare with the Salt River in
this respect, nor is there one-tenth as
much land susceptible of culivation
and productiveness. Neither is the
soil which is watered by the Gila i;
this section quite so rich as that
around Phenix. But it is good
enough to produce all kinds of fruit
grains and vegetables, and that is
enough. Grass and wood abound in
j The first visitation is a general one
in the spring, and the rams coustinucs
for some weeks and descend all osrer
the territory; then there are rains in
November or December, which
extend from about Maricopa Well
in the west to Tucson and be
yond, and from the Salt river country
to the Sonora line. These latter rain
purify the atmosphere, but seldom
cause a rise in the rivers, or do other
great general good.
TARLE OF DISTANCES.
Florence is a few miles northwest
of the old Butteifield road from Yuma
to Tucson, but the regular mall stages
after leaving Sacator, strike out on a
new road to take in Florence, and do
not touch the old road again until
near what is calle.i Desert Station
The distance from Florence to Phoe
nix is about 80 miles; to Wickenbiug,
about 140; to Prescott, about 220; to
Maricopa Weils, 50 ; to Tucson, a little
more than 70; to Yuma, 230; to the
Globe mining district, via Riverside-,
90 miles. ,
Major Dake, U. 8. Marshal, atvJ
Robert II Walter, deputy, have re
turned from Signal, bringing witfi
them two notorious characters, stage
robbers, whom they safely lodged fa
jail. One of the parties, it is under
stood, succeeded in getting away wit U
2!),000 in bullion,- a short tini ag
from Wells Fargo & Co., inNntBa-
Enterprise. " "
The Miner learns from a. eliabl
gentleman h.lely arrived iu Preacott
from the Black Canyon cousry, that
some sixty men are at w(k placer
mining along the creek , file can
yon and making good wages, On
luky gent who, has a better claia
than some of his neigttAuss, is-taking-out
$50 daily. All the eoaoiry wants
is plecty of water to pfoaa in pos
session of innumeralMs plaec dis
tricts, which would pay all th way
from five to fifty dollar pe tiay to
the man.
The. Enterprise ts En receipt of a let
ter from Ex-GoveBOF John- P. Iloyt,
now one of the jsKiges- of tks supreme
court of W ashington territory. Judgs
Iloyt seems pleased with his new
home, and no doubt the people thTe
will be pleased with him1, ia kbte
lawyer, he made at popular governor
here iu Arizona, and the people wfah
out regard to party,, or section were
sorry at his departure. That he will
make an equally good judge there can .
be no doubt, and the people of 'Wash
ington will have no eanse torcgret bis
appointment to his present position.
On February ltf, Peter Castello, a
miner employed in the MeCrackin
mine was blown to atoms by the ex-
plosion of a box of giant powder.
The lergext pi cue of the nnf'ortuuatc
man that could be found was one of his
teet, and the whole remains " vere
gathersd up and placed in two candle
boxes and taken ont and buried. It
is not known by what means the pow
der became Ignited, but it is supposed
that Castello was at the time taking
out a quantity with which to charge
a drill hole for the purpose of making
a blast, when tho whole blast became
ignited.
Governor Fremont appointed the
following persons as county officers
j of Apa .he county, to hold until June
j 1, 1870, or until their successors arc
elected and qualified; ,
James Steinson Probate Judge.
Board of supervisors P. Crcaghe,
W. J. Flake and T Perez.
County recorder E. W. West.
Sheriff A. Peralta.
Treasurer Thomas C, Grier.
District attorney II. J. Hct-htman
James Steinson and C A. Franklin '
were also appointed notaries public.
A terrible destruction lately occur
red at Stockton. Eighteen men were
killed outtight and twenty-three se
verely wounded.

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