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WEDNESDAY, DEO. , 18S6.
The price of silver hai taken a
sadden downward tendency.
It is said that Charles Driscoll.
the efficient secretary of the terri
torial democratic central commit
tee, will be a candidate for chief
clerk of the nest Assembly.
V: H. Barxes Judge of this
District, in the incapacity of Judge
Shields to act, held District Court
in Yuma county last week. The
session was a short one as Judge
Barnes dispatched the business of
the court with his usual prompt
Sas Fbaxcisco has been enjoy
ing a temporary boom in mining
stocks. Anything in the shape of
mining stocks has been boomed to
the fullest extent The brokers
have had more business than they
oould attend to, orders for stocks
were literally poured upon them.
Several firms of brokers who were
on the wrong side have been push
eu me wan, ana me Doom is
thought to be at an end
Fixaxcial and Mining Journal
of Nov. 27 says: The Luke rain
ing companies have not yet com
pleted the pool sale that has been
under negotiation, and the market
has ruled quiet but firm at 12 to
12 1-4 cents cash, the latter price
for small lots from second hands.
AHzona brands are held at 11
cents, and Common Baltimore at
10 3 8 to 191-2. Chili bars in
London are easier, having declin
ed to 39 15s.
The Albuquerque Journal con
strues the order temporarily plac
ing the Department of Arizona
tinder command of General How
ard to mean , that Gen. Miles Trill
not return here. For some time
he has b'een desirous of taking a
leave of absence and possibly pay
ing a visit to Europe with his
family, and the war department
evidently acquiesces in his wishes
and have given him permission to
take a well earned rest
The VarluuM County O.Mcials.
Below is given the names of the
couuty officials eloctod at the gen
eral election held November 2nd,
18S6, in the several counties of the
Territory and who will take pos
session the various offices January
Council J. H. Breed; Assem
bly J. Q. Adamson, James Scott;
County Judge R. E. Morrison;
District Attorney Harris Bald
win; Treasurer J. T. Losuer;
Sheriff Commodore P. Owens;
County Clerk and Recorder E.
W.Nelson; Assessor A. V.Greer;
Surveyor G. E. Kentner; Coro
ner and Public Administrator-Alex
Stewart; Supervisors Divid Rope
J. A. Richards.
Total vote cast 91&
Conncil L. W. Blinn; Assem
bly F. W. Heyhe, B. L. Peel, J.
M. Biacowoll, A. C. Richards;
Sheriff J. H. Slaughter; Treasur
er H. A. Tweed; District Attor
ney Ben Goodrich ; Recorder
W. F. Bradley; Assessor J. B.
Honnessy; Clerk County Court
Allen Walker; Coroner and Pub
lic Administrator J. A. Koska;
Surveyor J. H. Hoadloy; Super
visors J. E. Durkee. T. J. White.
Total vote cast 1,725.
Conncil P. C. Robertson; As
sembly E. J. Tripple; Sheriff
E. E. Hodgson; Treasurer Thos.
A. Locercan ; District Attorney
J. D. McCabo; Rocorder Chas F.
Martin; Probate Judge W. V.
Kingsbury; Public Administrator
W. A. Holmes; Coroner John
C. Jones; Surveyor A. G. Pen
Total vpto cast 514.
Council G. H. Stevens; Assem
bly D. H. Ming; Sheriff Ben M.
Crawford; District Attorney P.
Bolan; Probate Judge J. T.
Fitzgerald; Treasurer & W.
The Anaconda Copper mine
which had decided to close down
on account of labor troubles has
resumed work again as the follow
ing press despatch explains:
Butte, Mont,, Nov. 22. Special.
This afternoon the 500 smelter
men of the Anaconda Copper Co.
accepted the reduction of 15 per
cent and went to work. Their new
concentrator will be started up
soon, which will add forty tons of
copper per day to their production.
The men had been receiving
3.00 per day and the reduction is
the result of a compromise be
tween the manager of the" Ana
conda and the Knights of Labor.
The Fate of The Apaehee,
A correspondent of the Chicago
Tribnne writing from Washington
has the following to S3y in regard
to the Apaches sent to Florida:
"The fate of the Indians captur
ed in the Miles campaign is practi
cally settled. It was not decided
when they were first sent East
whether any of them would be
tried for crimes or not. The Presi
dent has examined the case very
carefuhy and has come to the con
elusion that life confinement for
all of these Indians in Florida,
where tney can do no harm, will
be the most thorough punishment
which can be visited on them. It
would be a travesty on justice to
have these Indians tried in Ari
J X- mi
jt.uu Biiu iew aiexico. mere is
not a whiio man in either one of
those Territories who could sit in
a cr.se involving the rights of an
Indian with any kind of fairness.
The conviction of the criminals
would leave their families un
touched. These families would
train np children to revenge the
deaths of those who were punish
ed, and the result would be a con
tinuation of the lawlesness which
for years has made life and prop
erty so insecure in the two Terri
tories. As a matter of fact the 500 In
dians transferred to Florida have
leen sentenced to a lingering
death. They have been brought
tip in the mountain countries, ac
customed to freedom in the pure,
cold air of high altitudes. Their
transfer to and confinement in the
warm climate of Florida will sim
ply result in their dying off like
so many shSp. Experienced army
offtV-ers do not think that there
will bo one of them a'irr at the
c-eJ of the rest five years."
Pomeroy; Recorder P. Michelo-
na; Assessor . D. Johnson;
Coroner J. H. Lacy; Pnblic Ad
ministrator W.J. Parks; Survey
or J. H. Martinoau; Supervisors
H. C. Boon, Wm. Whelan.
Total vote cast 848.
Council E. L. Burdick Assem
bly P. F. Collins; Sheriff Rob
ert Steen; County Judge W. G.
Blakely; District Attorney Eb.
Williams; Treasurer Dan Smith
Recorder H. Bucksbanm; Coun
ty Clerk H H. "Watkins; Public
Administrator J. Buckley; Asses
sor IL P. Ew'ing; Supervisors
John H. Johnson, J. L. Nelson.
Total vote cast 517.
Council L. H, Goodrich; As
sembly J. Y. T. Smith: Samuel
Webb; Sheriff A. J. Halbert
Treasurer Geo. T. Kemper; Re
corder H. L. Wharton; District
Attorney Fr ink Cox; Probate
Judge Joseph Campbell: Survey
or A. Barry; Coroner and Ad
ministrator C.L.Eschmann; Su
pervisors H. H Linnvillo, Neils
Total vote cast 1,544.
Council J. W. Anderson; As
sembly A. J. Doran; Sheriff J
Fryer; Treasurer J. M. Ochoa
District Attorney R. E. Sloan;
Recorder Bo. J. Whiteside; Pro
bate Judge Levi Ruggles; Pub
lic Administrator and Coroner
J. C. Harris; Supervisors Arthur
Macy; T. D. Hammond.
Total vote cast 801.
Council Chas. B. Drake; As
sembly A. A. Bean, C. R. Wores,
Alex McKay, R. N. Leatherwood,
J. B. Scott; Sheriff E. O. Shaw;
District Attorney H. R. Jeffords;
Recorder A. B. Sampson; Coun
ty Clerk M. S. Snyder; Treasur
er John S. Wood; Assessor M.
G. Samaniego; Surveyor G. J
Roskruge; Public Administrator
George A. Clutn ; Coroners S,
Baird, J. W. Grant; Supervisors
H. E. Lacy, John Anderson, Frank
Total vote cast 1,501.
Council Isaac Lyons; Assessor
Chas. Baker; Sheriff M. J. Nu
gent; Treasurer A. E. Decorse;
Recorder J. J. Stein; District
Attorney G. M. Knight; Probate
Judge C. H. Brinley; Coroner
and Public Administrator J. H-
Total vote cast 303.
Council C. B. Foster: Assem
blyA. G. Oliver, W. H. Ashurst
O. C. Felton, J. J. Fisher, H. T.
Andrews; Sheriff W. J. Mulven
on; ireajurer 1 li. Bashford;
Recorder G. D. Home; District
Attorney J. H. Herndon ; Probate
Judge W. W. O'Neil; Assessor
S. Carrier; Coroner and Public
Administrator Patrick Ford; Su
pervisors J. L. Bohan, C. W.
Total vote cast 2,132..
The total vote of the torritory as
taken from the official returns of
each county is 10,807.
Nise, Sydney, New South Wales,
youths have been sentenced
to death for committing an ont-
r'ag on a sixteen year old girl.
iioiorooK is to have a new
Masonic hall in the noar future.
The cowboys still continue to
make things lively in Holbrook.
Five hundred men are now at
work on the Prescott & Arizona
The treasurer of Yavapai coun
ty received 8,045, of taxes during
the month of Novembor.
St Johns wants a tolegraph lino
built connecting that place at Na
vajo with the outer world.
Hon. Sumner Howard has con
sented to be a candidate for Mayor
of Prescott, at the coming city
The Prescott pap&fs tell of de
layed mails. Stages days behind
time, and of rain, snow and mud
The society of Arizona Pioneers,
of Tucson, are preparing for an
interesting annual celebration on
the 29 inst
The people of Globe are rejoic
ing over the prospects of the early
completion of the Narrow Gauge
railroad to that point
The prisoners in the Yuma
penitentiary wore given a splendid
dinuer Thanksgiving day by Sap
enntendent Thomas Gates.
Ihe Florence public schools
have an average daily attendance
of three hundred pupils. Three
teachers only are employed.
r IT" la r .
vjenerai iwyai a. dounson is a
candidate for Mayor of Tucson.
The papers of that city endorse
his candidacy enthusiastically.
The fall calf crop on the Tonto
and Salt river ranges is rpported
unusually light this season. No
reason is give for the falling off.
California is taking kindly to
Arizona Deer, a nan a dozen or
more California butchers have
representatives buying cattle
Wilson Donglas, who killed Cle
ment Lindstrum, at Tombstone in
August last, has been sentenced to
imprisonment in the Yuma peni
tentiary for life.
Charles Cohn, who killed his
partner Charles Spencer last week
near Hackberry, will be tried by
the TJ. S. Court cs the killing was
done on an Indian reservation.
A syndicate of eastern capita
lists recently purchased of tho At
lantic and Pacific railroad a mill
ion acrea of land. They propose
to stock their purchase with Texas
The Indian school at Fori Yuma
has a regular attendance of seven
ty five children. They are fed and
clothed by tho government. The
school is under tho charge of the
sisters of St Joseph.
Arizona mountains are full of
mineral of silver, copper and gold,
her mesa lands are rich in nutri
tions grasses, and the valley lands
fat with vitality and anxious to be
converted into grain, fruit and
E. S. Stover, of St Johns met
with a painful accident recently.
While returning from a hunting
trip his gun was accidentally dis
charged shattering his left arm in
such a manner that amputation
William Hall, the first prisoner
confined in the Yuma penitontiary
aud who was pardoned two years
ago, was sent back to that iustitu
tion last month from Pinal county
under a two years sentence fof
Sheriff Hatch, of Cochise coun
ty delivered three prisoners to the
penitentiary last week Pantaleon
Frajillo for grand larceny goes for
one year, John Jackson horse
stealing two years, and Wilson
Douglas, murdor for life.
Francisco Ortiz a milkman, liv
ing two miles this sido of Nogalos
wa3 robbed recently of $1,500 by
masked bandits. They tied their
victim with ropoa and by beating
and threats made him confess
where his treasure was hidden.
Tho El Fronterizo of Tucson
says: " e nave information from
reliable sources that the smallpox
SOLOMON VILLE, ARIZONA.
Having been thoronKhly refitted is again
op?n fur the reception of guests.
Every effort will beniado to make this Honse
First-Class in every particular.
BOARD BY TIIE DAY, WEEK OR
J. M. MOORE, Prop.
Boots and Shoes,
TIIE PIONEER HOUSE AND MOST EXTENSI VE
H ENRY BEN EKE,
WHOLESALE AND EETAIL DEALER IN
HARDWARE, STOVES, AND TINWARE
GOODS, CUTLERY, GUNS, PISTOLS, MIXERS SUPPLIES AJfD
jSL3IMlXJfITioT OF ALL ltI2VJJS.
Sole Agent For
Charter Oak Stoves, lirbanks Scales, Chantflon
Reapers and Mowers.
EL PASO STREET, ET, PASO, TEXAS.
supplies fou Miners, Easchees
WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS:
A ISlaekimth and Waoa
Importers, Jobbers and Retailers of
J ust completed. Ha ample acommodo-
F.(FTY HEAD OF STOCK.
Stocked with complete tools and with com- I
peteut workmen on the promises.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
trices in Competition with Kansas Citj.- Mail orders
Promptly Attended to. EL PASO, TEXAS.
IIAY AND GRAIN
A competent and trustworthy host
ler always in attendanoe.
atABGEs seasonable General Merchandise
Special rates for permanent Livery.
8. W. POMEROY. Propr.
Produce and Commission,
California Produce a Specialty
- Anmifrinn If run I !
HbS I AU RANT, ill llllll I Nil fl U fi A
HARM" SIMPSON Prop.
Lordsburg, N. M.
Under the Management of
EL PASO, TEXAS.
The only First-Class, Well-Constmctssl and Pleasantly Lo
cated Hotel in the city.
Meals at all Hours. Only First-class Hotel SAMPLE ROOMS FOE SALESMEN.
rapidly Rereading in Nogalos,
ind it ia not impossible fur this
ity to be invaded if the necessary
precautions are not Uiken in time.
Children ought to be vaccinated,
and no time should bo lost."
Last week at Nogalea, Charley
Anderson, a negro, had words in a
saloon with Billy Long, who was a
guide and scout with Capt. Lawton
throughout the campaign. Ander
son, who was drunk, left the place;
procured a Bhot gun and when he
returned to the saloon Long drew
a pistol and shot Anderson three
times, mortally wountbng him.
Phcenix had another visit from
the fire- fiond on the night of
Docencbor 1st. destroying Sweeny's
meat market; L. A. Mariposa's
grocery, Mantano a lamuy liquor
store and Wright & Harlock's
bakery. The buldin-j belonged to
Mrs. DeForest Porter and were
insured for S2200. Dr. Thibodo's
drnjr store adjoining the burnt
buildings suffered to the extent of
1UUU by water and rougu n anti
ng and is fully covered by insur
ance, lne origin ol tue nre is a
Board per Week $7i
Single 3Ieals 50 Cents.
aih Rooms end Berber Shop Attached,
Street Cars Pass the Door. Livery Adjacent,
THE CLIFTON DRUG STORE. loedsburg, n. m. B. SCHUSTER S CO., L B. FREUDENTHAL & CO.
Under the New Management carries a Fail
J. P. OWHBY, Prop.
ETC., ETC., ETC.
A. C. REARDON, Prop.
RAIL ROAD, 3IIMXG MEN
EL PASO, TEXAS.
Commercial Travelers. LARGEST STOCK
"West of Kansas City.-
First-Class in Every Particular,
Tables Supplied with the Best the
Market Affords. The rooms tiro airy
pnd tho beds clean and comfortable.
rolito attention assured guests, and
reliable information given when de
Orders By 2vEa,il
Promptly attended to.
SlAlN STREET CLIFTON.
All goods free on board of cars
The half way Station between
Welches and Clocks
Bowie Station, rs,:-: shotguns,
SEWING MACHINES, ETC.
And the only place cn the road at which
Women's Fine Slices Water, Hay and Grain
Cleaned and i?ut in condition.
Binds in tho latest Eastern styles.
Sewed. "SVorlc a Specialty.
Repairing neatly and promptly dona.
J. FRED D ALTON,
W. C BLANK, Proprietor. J. E. BAILEY. Proprietor. Graham CoUIltv, Ariz.
Good Meals can bo Procured at I
AND WHOLESALE AND EETAIL
EL PASO, TEXAS.
Has been Be opened with a com
petent Smith and Woodwork
er in attendance.
REPAIRING Neatly and
HORSE SHOEING a specialty
All kinds of Stock both of
. WOOD AND IRON
' for safe-
GEO. F. KILMER, Prop
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