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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 23 November 1864

ARTE ONA I TISI?ALE ii. llAND.. Si "The Gold of that Land is good." Publishers - - .. . . . . . IJSB ' ' i II II Mil I IM .Mlll , .... . I P - . y" -T- --. - -r- -ir" .VflW HRi VUIjUMW 1. ijp- ,sr: 'j. - T. A. HAND, PuSEmnvfjfr Payable in advance', without exception. For one year $5,00 For six months ......... 3,00 For three .mouths 1,50 Siugle copies ,25 PBESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 23, 1864. NUMBER 1G. ADVERTISING A square equals ten lines of this letter. One square or less, one insertion, 2,00. Each subsequent insertion, $1.00, One square standing for three months, $0,00. For six months, 10,00. For one year $15,00 and at the same rates for larger quantities LAWS OF ARIZONA. OF THE V AUTHORITY. FORMATION AND COUNTIES. RIGHTS OP A. Be it enacted by thu Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Arizona. Section 1. This Territory shall be divided in to four counties, to be bounded and named as hereinafter provided. First, the County of Pi ma, shall be bounded as follows : On ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 23 November 1864

THE AlllZOXA MINER. PRESCOTT, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 18C4. "Tho Gold of that Laud is good.' T. A. HAND, Publisher. JfXAl&S A.T LAST. At last we luive something tangible-regarding mail service in our long neglected Territory. The Santa Fe papers contain tho official adver- tmnt tn nnrrv ft weekly mail irom Albuquerque to Prescott, by the 35th par allol, the Whipple route. . It is in these word with additional details : PosTomcK Depautmbnt, Aucust 10, 1861. f .... . i i m r SWOMWrASSE. 1 Wth H'roops will bo furnished at tho earliest poss.bl. of November next, (to oe uociueu uj-mu nmt; "" momont. ana ine uenenu la wuuuuui muu Will Judgo Baca and tho editor of the New Mexico presb remember thatwohnvo the Apache to contend with, the worst Indian upon tho Pn ciGc slope 1 Will they add to our cares and troublos by foisting upon U3 six or eight thous and savages who havo no moro claim upon Our attention than thoso of Idaho or Dalcotah ? 11 tho Dosquo Kedondo bo not ft good locality, le...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 23 November 1864

THE ARIZONA MINER. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1864. Judge Allyn hag gone to Tucson on a visit. of L. B. St. James is on the road hero with a train goods. J. Wm Read is with him. Geo. Bukk, who left here with Major Willis, ia a I partner with C. S. llincklcy, sutler at Fort Craig. 1 Tub Arizona Historical. Society chartered by the LcgiflUturc, has been fulIrganizedParticulars in oar Jcxt g JTidjgr Attention is callcd'to the notice"of the Ilualapai inciting, Mining and Assaytog; Company in another column. SjfV lr n' 7i n imm ,i .; ' tfDjK ti, hi J Lt.-Col. (formerly Major) "E. B. Willis, late com manding the district of Northern Arizona, ia now in command of Port McRae, New Mexico. We see frequent mention in the New Mexican papers of our gay and festive friend John L. Waters, sutler at FortWingate. John is not forgotten by his many friends in Arizona. Wish he would make a visit to Prcscott. The Expres3 will return to Port Wingate on Friday, the 25th inst. Letters must bo left at the offi...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 23 November 1864

THE ARIZONA MINER concluded puom vinsr VAor. j returnable, ami proceeded witH i't the nest courts prpvidpd fur in this net us it' they lmd been ro Wruablu thorvt?.. " 7. This act fIihII take cftect and be in force from and after Its parage. ' ' ; ! w. CLAUDE aoXES, Speaker qf tho Mouse of RopreE.ntnt.ves. ' ' COLES BASH FORI), n " " Presidijflt" of thiTCorniciir A)rtt)Voaoiiibfer S), 18(51 i : .JOHN N. GOODWIN. A true copy of the original on file in my rtfflou. RICHARD (J. MuCORM'CK, Suorotnry of the Territory. -The Alia California has the M YSTBIU003. following : WaS 1:Ik' Man-thawed T Spmo lime since n eentleinan, Whose name would indicate that he wu3 as sharp 1 as a scythe at tho lowest calcula tion, come up here from Arizona, and partly on iho strength of his alleged relationship to a cele brated Union General, and partly on account of mijies of immense woaltn, which he chinned to hold in fee eimplcut a wide swath through the city for Borne two' months, letting in the livery Hta...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 23 November 1864

ZONA r.- Xr. SUPPLEMENT. VOLUME I. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 23, 1864. NUMBER 16. :Jw;U SUiifr ' '',:. I' 'I . ' V''- A "R T MINER I I I . . . , ' . 1 ; ; , V- . 1 - I, V LAWS OF ARIZONA. llY AUTHORITY." W SHERIFFS. Bo it onacted by the Legislative Assscmbly of tho Territory of Arizona. Section 1. Tho Sheriff of each organized county shall bo elected at tho general election, for tho term of two years, and shall givo bond to this Torritoryjin tho penal sum of ten thousaud dollars, and with sufficient sureties, not less than throo in number, as tho Judgo of the District Court, or tho County Commissioners Blmll approve. 2. Tho condition of such bond shall be in substance as follows : "Whereas, tho abovo boun den hath boon olocted to tho oflico nf Sheriff of tho county of at the gen eral nWtinn held therein, on tho day of - Now therefore, the condition of the abovo obligation is such, that if tho said shall well aud faithfully in all things perform and execute tho office of ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 23 November 1864

f fa COUIW TIMS. Bo it enacted by tho Legislative Assembly of tho T orritory of Arizona. Section 1 . The Judge of Probate, tho Sher iff and tho Recorder of each county now or here after organized shall con3tituto a board oC com missioners, to bo known as. the County Com missioners." They shall uieot annually in their counties, at the office of the Rocord- nr fnr thn'f rnnaactiou of business as a board of county commissioners. They may also hold Bnocial meetings when necessary and places as thny may find couven t m r rnsnective counties, uuu buuii tn ndiiMiiTi from time to titno as necessary; Tho anuual- county treasurer the eaid bourd shall tako the same piocecdings in regard to tho monies and ef fects of his office, and the Btatemont and inven tory thereof ns i3 provided in tho next preceding Bection, and shall retain tho same to bo delivered to liia successor as soou ns ho shall have entored upon tho duties of his office. .g 8. It shall bo the duly of such board, as of ten as shal...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 14 December 1864

ARIZONA If MINE Tisdale A. Hand, " The Gold of that Land is good." Publisher. VOLUME I. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1864. NUMBER 17. THE ARIZONA MINER. T. A. HAND. Publish?!-. SUBSCRIPTION I u Payable in advance, without exception. Foroncyenr $6,00 For abc months . . , 3,00 For throe months 1,50 Flails conk . - , i ,26 DVEUTISING : A sqnarc canals tcu lines of this lettor. Ono b ;iare or fm, one Insertion, $2,00. Loch subsequent fauBcrtion, 1,00, One Hquaro standing for three fltoiouths, $6,00. For aix months, 10,00. For one Jyear 15,00 and at the same ratea for larger quantities CONCURRENT RESOLUTION hOF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF TflE TEERITORT OF ARIZONA. Resolved by Urn Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Arizona. That whereas, the able and valuable services of Captain T. 'J'. Tidball, of the 5th Infantry California Voluuteers, in his various succefcs ful expeditions against the barbaroui Apaches merit tlio highest expression ol our approba tion and as the o...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 14 December 1864

It. i-M'..M.'0'r i". M'.i.NriSIMV. DECEMBER 14, 1804. "Tba.Gohl of that Land is good." T. A. IIAffD, X'uliMshvr. -The Ammova Mikik is not u political paper, ' and those who. acjt?agor to make it such will have "tholt labor for nothiug ' whilo it remains in the present hands. Irr tiro initial number the 1 following pltttfeniHwas avowed and it will uot Ijo departed from : Independent in everything, tho organ of no exclusive interest, wo shall noc be without fixed principles, and a purpose to maintain them. Be Having, with tho immortul Washington, that " Jt iti Qply in our united character as an empire that our independence is acknowledged, that our now; er'"oftn bo regarded, cr ou; credit supported',' 'we shall to the extent of our inflneuce, uphold ov er constitutional and necessary measuro adopted ktflhv general govormhent to preserve tho honor and int&grity of tho Rdprtblfc. In this, however, we shall not. question tho right of any honestly to diffe'r with us, as to men .and me...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 14 December 1864

ft ill in 10 -7 ar r d. hu Ut .i THE ARIZONA; .MINER. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1801. ' . OBeiirendt, of, Los Angolcs, lias corao .and. gone I n . T "l it' ' 1 1 It 1 Hymn, ue w one oi our moflt expert travellers. JfKSsns. Hunino, at their store in Osborn's build ing, havo an attractive variety of goods, Call and ace The present number will close tbo first voluino of them. tho fill ncr, although it was begun in March, that future volumes may run evenly with the years. , . Mir. Rodkrt McCov is now Recorder of the Hassa yampa District. Hon. R. W. Groom liavincr declined captains andkrson and Tiiompson nave gone arc-election. with cavalry to the Agua Fria country after Apaches. ,. . ; c I Louis St. James has taken Uid storo on the Plaza Git ant's E.twr.ss reached here on Saturday last, lately occupied by Mr. Laaky. Ho has a large stock with Sm Fraucwco dates to. November 22d. of goods, and will bo glad to sco bis old friends. Picr,iXED. Joseph R. Walker haa decliucd the appointment of No...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 14 December 1864

THE ARIZONA MINER. Legal Notice. I a. r. HoorBn, J. kkkt uoy pku, v iuntonI LA. PAZ ADVERTISEMENTS. District Court, First Judicial District, ) Arizona Torritory. ,0.v Alilrinli. District Court, First Judicial District, M v8 I May Terra, a. d. 18G4. Legal Notice. a. F. HOOPER, & CO., Commission Merchants, CIIAItliBS II. BRXIiEY,. Notary Public; Second Judicial District, La. Paz,, Arizona 'taRiTORYt AND GENERAL DEALERS IN Arizona lorntory. J Alfred Frear Charles T. llayden, vs. ' I UHViltl - . Vjranuvmo jj. j property anu uueuta ui cum uuibuuuu. It, appearing to the court by the return of the f0DljQnt Una not been served with tho writ of Shuriff of said District that ho has attached the ftMRfiilment s3ue(i in this case, and after diligent property, and effects of said defendant, that do- 80arcn an(j inquiry cannot bo found in said Dis- Groceries, lendnnt has not been served with tho writ 01 at- Urict and Territory; and it appearing Dy tuo ..i.r.rf Soanorl in f hid on so. nnd nftor...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 14 December 1864

ARIZONA MINER I ' t I'1" J i Mi -A 0 SUP'E'XEIIENT;:-.'-'- .Vm .. .-it; '-mi, . . M VOLUME I. . PUBSCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1864. NUMBER 17. LAWS OF ARIZONA. jllV AUTHORITY. MA. J- fr-)7 f'1 ft it org, tau tho aeal, rimo OP FEES OF OFFICETIS. 13 0 iten:iiicLbyi))egialaUjAB5GtnLy of tholntory'?jKArizoua,"r SKonox 1. The officers and peraons named in this chapter shall bu entitled to the foes therein provided for each respectively, that is to say KKKS OF ATTORNEY GENERAL. The Attorney General, in addition to the sala ry and compensation fixed by law, shall be enti tled to the following fees: On every trial for murder, when the defendant is convicted, fifty dollars ; when not convicted, twonty-fivu dollars. Fur every conviction under any statute against "timing or gambling, twenty dollars. The fore going fees to be audited and paid by the board of county commissioners of the proper couuty. In all other criminal prosecutions whereby law costs are taXed against the defenda...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 14 December 1864

.LAWS OF ARIZONA. DP OFjPICI.VIj OATHS AXX BONDS. Be i enacted by-tlt UgMtttivijt8softitily,'Of,tia Suction 1 . Tho official oaths of oil TerritorinI and county officers required by law to be tuken by them, and the ollieial bonds 30 required to bu given by them shall bu deposited and filed in thu several offices hereinafter named, that i3 to pay : The otlicial oath and bond of the Territorial Treasurer, and Attorney Ceneinl, in the ofiice of thu Secretary of the Territory. The official oath and bond of the Judge of 1'robnte, County Recorder, Sheriff, Notaries Public, Justices of the Peace, and Constables, in the ollice of the Clerk of the District Court, of thoproper county. 'I he oflicial oath and bond of the County Treasurer and Clerk of the District Court in the office of the County Recorder. 2 A certified copy of any such oath or bjnd inadu by the officer in whose ofiice the same ta required by the provisions' of this chapter to be deposited and filed, .shall be prima facia evid...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 28 December 1864

ARIZONA MINER . La:2-:'-supplement. ; SUPPLEMENT " PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1864. NUMBER 3. - - ...... lr n ma uM wmn I LAWS OF ARIZONA. BY AUTHORITY-. OP COMMISSOIVERS OP DEEDS IN OTHER STATES AND TERRITORIES. Bo it ouacted by tbo Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Arizona. Section 1. That tho Governor be hereby authorized to uame, appoint, and commission ono or more commissioners in each, or such of the other States and Territories of the United States, or in the District of Columbia, as ho may doom expedient; which commissioners shall con tinue in office during the pleasure of the Govern or, aod shall have authority to take acknowledge ment and proof or tho execution of any deed, mortgage, or other conveyance of any land, tenements, or hereditaments, lying and being in this Territory, any contract, letter of attorney, or auy other writing under seal, to bo used and re corded m this Territory and such acknowledge ment or proof taken or mado in tho manner di...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 28 December 1864

i i .4 t i i LAWS OF ARIZONA. UF COUNTY TREASURERS. Bo it onacted by the Legislative Assembly of the Torritory of Arizouu. Section . The county treasurer shall hold his office lor the term of two years, aud uutil his successor is chosen and qualified. I 2. liuch county treasurer, before ontoring on the ckties of his office, shall enter into bond, vviUi two or more sufficient Ireehold sureties, to the uoceptanco of the board of county commis woaertj of his proper county, in a penalty of dou ble the probablo amount ot money that may at any time come to his bauds as such treasurer, with condition for the paying over all moneys ac cording to law, which. shall come into his bauds for Territorial, county or other purposes, and that ho will faithfully and promptly discharge all the duties of his said office that aro now or may lioroafter be enjoiued on him by law. g 3. ilo shall likewise tako tho oath prescribed by law, to be endorsed on his certificate of elec tion, before entering on the...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 10 January 1866

" ' . ..v; V;---- ', ! "Iv" r,m- - - ---- )( ARIZONA MJTVTTJlTD V'OLU.M IS III. PIIESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1SGG. ARIZONA MINER. A. IIKNTI.KY, lMlIUIlr. Six. U. That raid comtiany I authorized I action may 1c brought for each instalment as ; the Judjru of Probate or the county in which j Judge or Probate of tho .. i ...... :i. -1 . . i i r. lie... ...i:.. . .. f In lnntl Ius. lit win riintiinirit t it Mm uit fitw ' Intitl ittiti ffititifti H HCC'OIIK'J) UUf. K. 'I "II uuuuil lliun ll awwij , , , . ' I 1 - ",o ! .uipiim construct, iimintnin and (H;rate a mi! way n NtMISC'litlTH'- Vytlc In a-lvnc without exception.- for otic yrar Knr lx mnntlit. Vor tlirf-e nmiitlii Hlufile cupk 3.00 . l.fiO IT, and tiH-onttriirt tramways nn adiact'iit to til wiinoct witn other railways nnd to unite anli M. ,VHIlTISl.Vl Wiwre rntul trn Unc of tW JMt. Otif rr win - .. ii One filiurc nianninn ir mire aKricll Korlx month. -'.00. For one (( rfinnrr or tmrtn mr, a.u. wmi" ----- ,.., f)riu. :...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 10 January 1866

l'OS r.:S Charles IWvX ia- Arizona, I W KDNRSDAY. JAM 'Y 1, t , . to ti WniMtiRton with ability and un ' tlrtm ?ruL It w not Bcnerallr expected 6 l ! " " ' . MJWMMiWMWM il ,. .1 ,1.1. . III ll.l. "": -.-t-.T: n:. " 1" ' """ ;.;;" .tci'riiris ' '! A COOL PROPOSITION, i A Nnw Cot-srv. Nlsewhore is printed the i PorriiBftx l-acmci ItAiilwuii wk TON AM) GOODWIN, i inr. ,.r.w.o,..vlu. ... - - - ,. lActof theLUIaftiroc lo,a,c chapter! TTT: U will bo oW. tlfe almost pre-histoiie VF"Z"A::? w.,b ,l,.. rr ISflf, It ! State, i. n notorious wag, but wo think he county "ku both .1,!, of tho Colowtlo; incorporation In thu olli.e of the t . . H hero soon Rner Mr. UtitlMltn im.t ".' ..u. n i. .,v..r t.nr..m M.mPtmtMl mtitv so huh! a north of Kl Dorado Cnnoti, nntl that it em- Statu; capital, thirtv millions ,r.l..n 11 Wk on bennlfof a Territorial pmt.- -; - ' . . ; - -hw b(nlll(,!lritw r Xpnilil to callow up The. residents of thin suction have found it ' I y- T. . " ,n",W) ;. T- '& B was rhown ...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 10 January 1866

i..,.. tyrwT'""1"" . . . . 4 . ... JV'.I A- ft ft t - i r i I ! I !.-....( iMrtl'tlf . a .. "i3""' " li Hw53'f llMiop 1,10 Shc1i, in-ill t Philadelphia 't'l''r. n! iyp' fcrltorilii npHuted l HIIti of Uvt I 1 TUB ADJOUKXMKNT. Votoim. Tho Acting Governor approved ill n feared by some t!mt tlic closing of 1,10 ncU of Legislature saving two, Jio Legislature wouhl hn uimieaaaiir. In H'liich ho vetoed for tho following ronton Council ono iiicmlicr had actually resigned 1 which n'iH, wo think, be generally accepted as auogoiuor just ami ronwimulo: TiJitiUTouv or Auizoxa, Omen of run CSovkrxor Pimscorr. Dec. J!0. 18113. Hon. James S. Wiles, Speaker of tho llouio of Representative. .Sir i return without my signature, An Act to incorporate thu Preseott and Colo rado Jtivcr Jtnilrond Company. ! I mil of the opinion that thu Act of the Fir.it legislative Assembly entitled An V t I to incorporate tho Arizona llailuay (.'oini.ii-: ! ny, approved Nov. i), 1st; I, and thu act of the isame Assembly,...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 10 January 1866

fl U.U IUV ? W I U I U w ath Jxanber !t., Jud lUrku. 3K5rSLiW S"" Wrf "" ddW.rlth. Hlmrta hta, whtah I iiiriTtt'SS MEMUItlAL LA PA. A I) V ERTIS KM P.XTS. iksjott a i vi:utisi;su;nt TUB LEGISLATIVE OATH Hot l f J opinion of t!ie Attorn J Gen end: Prmcott, Pec lion. P.ter 0U, member .f ie Hnu. of Hjw5enUtirc. la your communication ( the 8th mUt yon my that ".Some of m.v cowtituetiU have allKl mv attention to the fret that the Con- iTritory oil coucnrral in by Judge Turner Tn the matter nf the application of Win. JI amy at. tar writ of maiHlamti to le feutexl to the Clerk of the IlnUus Court uf the County of Yavapai. hi the Supreme VUU. 1 Vt UN ITtllWl f Wl III urmoi le fwwVf errftin tW-h ' j ..MJrt. r.A t, Af Mnir A f !! lM.SPiYrT N'l- W AND SPLI XDIM fnw.t. of thia'nltwlStatwHiCongn- nWwI. VHU VrOUI.. 1 To the Smite and llorwe "2"!!! bly of the Territory f Artauna, would re-1 1V uJkhI wtaboa to Inform ttw pnUI Wt ; , of the Lmted Stales in Congrciw awui ti.,t tln-v .eve at the , t ,...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 24 January 1866

' 1TT"TT"TT PLUMEm PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 18CG. NUMlS" mk ' WImi 1 J vmBHHHkk rii-a!; -ilk tQJiUME m, 9, 1ZUUIV .'yHY'vi . . iiKNTLKY. Publlslisr. BUIIHCIlllTIO.Vl stable In sdvsnce, without txetptlon,-- 1 Art r,r one year . . s oo or month - or thrsa tnonun -iTi Ingle copies AOVKItTISl.no I A twiuare cwal ten imeg oi inia icucr. vuc are or less, one insertion, jo.w. r..u "r1"' rtlon ?l,W. une snaro uanuinc ior .un-v Uui, f 10.00. for SIX montUS. ? IS.WJ. rr vue r, 1 25,00, and a me same raws ior urger u- jon woiii-c i 11 kind of lob work executed to order, with pstch, nd navwnalilc jrlcc. THE DISTRICT COURT. Wlic term of tbo District Court of this Dig- wns belt! on tbe 18th ult., according to i irnmcnt. Tlicro ira no uuatness 01 mi- jicc. The following ejetraet from tho so of Chief Justice Turner will bo rcml interest, and show that hi) intend? a brotM enforcement of tho Uwb: Inder tho class of misdemeanors vill le ttld in the Code tho following oU'eijcw, to bfeb...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona miner. — 24 January 1866

m l' 131 m HA'ii m -a m mk imw . - COL POSTUX'S pnMiK'N. We can mak allowar.o f r the chagrin of Colonel Poston over his defeat, but as be has never bcon considered the opponent of Governor Gwklwin r f the Mixr.a, we are nt a loss to understand why he ba issues! a card so prolific of u sttmenU. The Mikk sunoorttid Colonel I'm ton in ISM, BOllOStly ,.di..irn tW hp vat the best man in tke j field, arfl we believe he did all for the Ter ritory Vhil- in Conjrres teat it was rooson able to expvt. Lest year on learning that ho Wuld be a candidate for re-election, al though lie had frequently stated bofe that he would not be, the Mink began to work for him a our standard bearer, but when it was apparent, that for reasons too numer ous to mention, defeat stared us In the face, and that a particularly odious man, his opponent ami oars, would bo elected (as we still linnly bolieve,) we turned our support to Governor Goodwin, a more popular man at the time, whom we know ft was possible to oloe...

Publication Title: Arizona Miner
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