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SUNDAY, .MARCH 21, 1869.
EDITOSIAI PARAGE. ABHS.
Tom" still hangs out, on" Main St., and
i li ml fnr cash.
"ia vr tvs vjii " - -
V natice the arrival in town, oi L,ieut.
rt r f
Calhoun irom wwh
uR wton Israel from Oampuram, ar
I . iha VAPlv- 1 I1B L'lHUS.
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VPil Mi U , Tl J 1 1
: ,uf APtion oi me o.m x
Rot wv.l Pro""3t" ,. . . (1
... x.o,r m me conuumii ui
jonrihe middle part of last week,
oh sckness. We nave neen
w - - liiKillir 1 tin
If .t line fallen dunn? the pnt weeic,
:., t,a ivPftther has became dear and
irv- vo'Ptation is therelore verj rapid, ami
ho pros; ec-ts ot tnose wno cuiuv. c
n . . :
Tin. new brick building, ot Lwmoltlo bnrino,
w .rta vprv other butlduiff
in 1" aiuj; '' -
nppr storv of this building rfiiaer 11.
By Mivaie letter from Las Unices. IS.
t. arr informed that a Catholic college for pit-Is
. i. nrn,.in.l that nlnpp. Father
a a..tii.i i". cin."." .-- i
. i t i.q r.imt-f.hpc ,-vt inttii Ann.
,1 f T ' i ' 1 , UVJL V . .w v. .. v. '
V w.o.li callatttcntion to an advertisement
Ms-sss. Davis it Barklla, subcontractors
t in i n. mini, iitrnv Jt:ii iiL'ie u. 11 u
: 1 1 ai -vi firrn'fn nnro rn r r i mv i 1 1 1
il. ..h v i r. rn rxii t ll f rv f It vlrrlkr
i ,.t o c? tin a crin rnroronon
iiUIIUO tfc -. -j
to their SCUiuuie iiui" meits uem nutunj ua
Wh wouM call attention to a notice in an-
tlr f..himn. ot the sale at auction, ot the
ertv is conr. nifntiy situated for a private
.k nn th.- ppiniifl nf A uril. will h
I ... 4 ..I I lit.. 1 1 ,rr it r t.l tt n rtf
i i: :i i mu l ui.' tit t oi, u iv i . v . v.
A rr.:r I-'tter to a oitiyon of this place
fmm.Ii.n T CsinrtHs. st:ifps that the citizens of
S in M.oo havepuiHTibea a sum ortt.uuu lor
b'.ii'din,; the new wagon rond between that
v',i.M and Fort Yuma. Mr. C. is about to
s irt '.ir San Faneisco with a -view of raisins;
nn, re funds, to be applied to the speedy com
p'otu n of this road, which it is-paid, will reduce
the price of freight one hundn-d percent.
V"i: huw received the February number of
'Efti'j Month,' a .Magazine of Universal
1 iti-r.uure," riubHhod lv C. H. Jones & Co.,
lOSFu'ton St. New York. The premiums
oiTer.-l to cbbs, subscribing fortius magazine,
surpass anytliiug we have ever seen proposed
for a like purpose.
Mn. Jarvenillo arrived from New Mexico
about ihe beginning of last week. He brought a
Ira n of watrons ladMi with srenernl merchant
disc and established himself in the newly fin
ishod bmtninrr of Leonoldo Carilln. on thr oust
side of Main St. There are now in Tucson.
ii iiuu retail usiauiisu-
inents, est lusive of liquor stores.
The f Unwind are the names of the snc
cesshil bidders for the commissary contract,
,; ii7ive,i ,ini awaraeu on me lotn
nstant: 150,000 nound.s fl
T drier. Secretary of ihe Teiritorv and actin"
governor of Arizona at 8 41-100 cts 20.000
I -'"ids of beans, to Lord & Williams, Uer-
I - T"L'sr," a.1 at cents 9,000 pounds of
: u i L-in. Agmrre, ot Altar, at G 9'J 100
: cects per p..ud in U. S. gold coin.
1"r express ridr from Apache Pass ar
r.w.ihHre on Tuesday, but brought no Eastern
ma.' He sports that the mails failed ti, con
nect ia ci'..seqnence of some stocky belonin"
tothe roaJ having bcn run off by Indlaas
rear the Mintnhr. ti. wt.-.
t - xue nesiern man was
nardiy more fortunate. The driver. Mr. John-
fTnr n w r.P.wts Thos. M. Yerkes L. ii.
Wooster. A. C. Benedict and other gentlemen
from Tobac have been in town 'through the
week. Col. Lewis intends to start for Wash
ington city soon accompanied by his lady, who
came to isolaied Arizona nearly a year since
to sojourn with her distinguished husband but
the climate of their locality not beingwell adapt
o.d tn her bfiiilth she nrefers takintr the Colonel
back to their congenial home to enjoy
again the luxury of thatsociety. Arizona cap
not well afford to lose such men as Col. Levis,
and we trust that after a season he will return
and help to complete what has always been
his aim while amongst us the building up of
Is. consequence of our late Eastern dates
being less important than usual, and a press
of local mattet on band, we have omitted our
us &al column of "latest news."
niNTON, HOOPER, & CO.
San Francisco and Fort Yuma, California
Arizona City, Maricopa Wells, Sacaton,
Sweet .Water and Camp McDowell,
Uxited States Ixtkkn'al Revenue,
DtSTUICT oe Auizona.
"RvTOTICE is horcbv civen, in accordance with
Jjj provisions of Internal Revenue Laws, Act of
July 13th 1S6G, paragraph , that appeals rel
ative to any erroneous or cxcossito assessments
on tases for 1S69. made in this district, by the
Assistant Assessors, will be received and deter
milled at tny office, in Prescott,, each day, during
business hours, from tho fifteenth to tuo tliirty
first day of M arch.
All appeals must be made in writing, specifying
the particular cause, matter, or thing, respecting
which a decision is requested, and stating the
error complained ot.
Communications sent by mail will rccoivo imme
HENRY A. BIGELOW.
Assessor District of Arizona.
Prescott, llarch 2, 18C9. 12-tw.
Territory of Arizona,
County of Pima, J
To the unknown heirs of Thomas F. McLean
deceased, their guardians, agents, &c,, and
all other persons interested :
You are hereby notified that upon a final
settlement of the estate of said deceased, had
in ihe Probate Court of said County and Ter
ritorv, on ihe 15th day of March, A. D. 18G0,
a ba'anc- of nine hundred and thirteen dollars
and eigbtv-eight cents, was found due said
estate, and remaining in the bauds of Soloman
Wanier, the administrator thereof.
The undersigned having been appointed by
slid Fiobate Court, as nn agent to take pos
session and charge of said moneys ami having
gh'en bond as required by law, will hold the
same for the term of one vear subject io the
claim and demand ot the lawlul heirs or said
At the expiration of one year, saJd moneys,
if uncalled for, will be paid into the Torrlti-ria!
Treasury of said Territory in accordance
with tho statute in such cases made and pro-
r,.t, i nil, 1 00
l, .'-.111 AtLll 1 UU.
JOHN B. ALLEN,
SOn, Was firr-d llnnn l-.l .... x i
i.. i -f .w.u ivummeu, on .Monaay
t by an ambuscade of Irdians, at, or near
the I ieacho. He was upon his outward t,i
wiun thus assanlte 1 and was obliged to return
i?nTf r Hla7I?B"'l. though it may disable
iiny serious consequences.
'"K was thrown bto quite a lively ex
cement on Thursday last, by a report "that
Ul ,wa- ,!,s attacked near the Pi
rZ Vhe 1 lnt of Mountain bringnwr this
D". v 'nF , P0"' L,eut Wi,,ters wtl
" . . '.lz3 a"U SOine mounted Tnfantrv
a I the
M. I. JACOBS, L. 11. JACOBS
221 San some St., San Francisco. Tucon, A. T.
M I. JACOBS & CO.
DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDIZE
Main Street, Tucson, A. T
OFFER for sale at a great reduction from
ruling prices, an extensive variety of goods,
specially selected for, and adapted to this
January 2d 18C9-tf.
set .,., f. .i.. i u.,ue mounI
P nntC; '"eicene,ot the reported calamity.
anl ' ralUlsJ 'ond everythinjr quiet
een rPKSedt Ipar that no fndians
raVa , J My, f Irty with the
sUitTi-t J- fuPrtS' however, corroborate the
unftn ?r?sence of Indians upon the
to MeK lhursdaJ evening the bodies of
nb:e Z r .' W"e found. abt the place
atiaekIS tu n Was rePrted to have been
ooSX to have b
Fout Y"uma, February 20, 1SG0.
WE have this day a pointed Cnpt. ISAAC
POLHAMUS, Jr., General Superintendent of
our business on the Colorado River.
Tho res'gnation of our late Anent, Mr. JOHN
B. DOW. -and our Clerk. Mr, C. H. BRINLEY,
date from the 1st and 20th instant.
GEO. A. JOHNSON & CO.
TAKE NOTICE I
DTRECT FROM NEW YOUK
Vih-would respectfully announce to the people o
Tucson and vicinity, that we have on hand a large
and well assorted STOCK OF MERCHANDISE
GROCERIES, Dc, also, best EL PASO W'INF
and VINEGAR, which wo offer for sale at the
H. LESINSKF, & CO.,
East sido Main Street Tucson, A. T.
Jan. 1st '69, tf
PEARL ST. TUCSON, A. T.
"Wagons are made and repaired at this establish
ment and everything in the Blacksmith lins doso
with promptness and dispatch.
. b WEENY fc ETCHEL Proprietors,
-HOLES-LE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Forwarding and Commission
"We wish to call the attention of the public
generally, and Mcrchnnts, pnrt:cula!y, to our
tacilities for Wholesaling and Jobbim' at LOW
We keep constantly on hand at
The largest and most General Stock of Goods
in the Territory, or in any one House south
of San Frandisco.
COMPRISING EVERYTHING THE COUNTRY
All our oods aro cither imported directly or
bought of direct importers, YTc buy nothing
from second hands ; thereby saving tho
San Francisco Jobber's Profit which is
ALL WE ASK TO MAKE.
"Live and Let Live,"
is our motto. Our terms aro
CASH. EXCLUSIVELY, and for cash,
we are always in readiness to supply dealers,
ranchcros, & others, with goods, in jobbing lots at
Unprccedcntedly ILow Trices,
IIINTON, UOOPFR.dV CO.
Arizona City Dec. 19, 1868-tf.
E. N. Fisu,
E. IN7- FISH, & CO-,
West side, Main Street. Tucson, A. T.
W7" HOLES ALE and RETAIL DEALERS IN
We keep constantly on hand the largest and
most general stock of goods in the Territory
south of the Gila.
Are constantly receiving fresh supplies oi
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Gro
ceries V 'ovisions, Hardware, Liquors in Bbls.
ar d cases, Cfgars and Tobacco, &c, &c., which
weare offering at exceedingly low prices.
Jan. 1, '69. :52!tf
The BestiSoiith of San Francisco.
lIain Street, Tucson. A. T.
TnE best of WINES LIQUORS and CIGARS
Imported direct for this House kept
constantly on hand, for sale
Wholesale antl Retail.
The BILLIARD TABLES are new and of
the latest style
The proprietors will take special care to have
everything of the best, and insures prompt
attention to tneir customers.
A share of public patronage is respectfully
Jan. 24, '69, 24-3ra.
CASH STORE! '
GOLDBERG & CO
North-east corner Mam and Vine Sts
TUCSON, A. T.
HAVING received a new supply of Summer and
Fall Good, embracing a general and complete
assortment of Dry goods, Fancy good, Ladies
dress good3, of every description, Hatsand Caps,
Cloaks and Shawls, Boots and Shoes. Hardwarcand
Crockery, Groceries and Provisions, ote., etc. W
adhcreto a cash system and sell our goods remark
ably low. Give us a call.
tf. Jan. 1, 69
at the OLD STAND on Main Street,
TUCSON, A. T.
IS ready to supply all customers in
his line with as good beef and at s
jsLhS low rates as oan bo dono elscwnero
Jan. 1st 1859.
HIRAM S. STEVENS
Camp Crittenden, A.T.
OULD respectfully give notice to the trading
public in and around Camp Crittenden, that
have just received a large and well selected
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, GROCERIES,
HARDWARE, DRUGS, MEDICINES
nd all kinds of necessary articles, for
OFFICERS, SOLDIERS and CITIZENS
Direct from San Francisco.
which I propose to sell U all at the very
at my store, at Camp Crittenden, Arizona.
Jan. 1, IS69.
g. ii. ouiiy,
Attorney and Counselor at Lar
Office in Court-house Building
TUCSON, A a
THE HODGES' HOUSE LOTTERY
A Hotel Building
FOR TWENTY DOLLARS
WILL BE DISPOSED OF AT LOTTERY,
330 CUAKCES AT $20 EACH.
On or before
the 15th day of April 1869.
TIIE largo and well furnished building bleg.
ing to P.M. Hodges, situated on Main straet,
in that town, known as tho Hodges' House and
heretofore used and occupied as a Hotel, Tho
House contains Twelve largo and commodious
rooms, fronts Two hundred and thitty-Svc fuet an
two streets, has nil necessary outbuilding? and a
garden of about half an acre attached. Tho building
has and always will, from its desirable location,
command constant occupancy ata good rent, and in
conformity with tho desiros of a number of per
sons, be distiosod of at Public Lottery, by tho
15th of April next, or as soon as all th e tiokets aro
sold. The property being entirely unincumbered,
will be ceded and delivered to tho person win
ning, immediately on tho result of tho lottery
being declared ; and to satisfy all that the proceed,
ings connected with tho lottery will be honorably
and fairly conducted, reference is made to tho
following prominent citizens of Tucson, under
whose direction or that of any committuo wham
the holders of tickets may select tho Lottery will
COL. J P T CARTER, Sooretary of the Tor
CAPT. G C SMITH, USA.
LORD WILLIAMS, Merchants
E N FISH &CO "
M I JACOBS A CO
' GOLDBERG k CO 1 "
TULLY & 0C1I0A "
GOODWIN Jfc SANDERS "
Tucson, January 24 I860 12i.
F H Goodwin 1 Adam Saadera
GOODWIN & SANDERS,
Dealers in General Merchandise
TUCSON, A. T.
SAVE this day on hand jand aro constantly
receiving, a largo stock of goods selected
EXPRESSLY FOR THIS MARKET,
consisting in part of
Dry Goods and Clothing, Hats and Caps, Boots
and Shoes, Military Furnishing goods of all des
criptions, Staple and Fancy Goods, Belts, Pistol?,
Powder, Percussion caps, Jtc, da., which they
will sell cheap for cash.
Thankful for past favors they respectfully solieit
continuance of public patronage.
Jan. 1, 1869-tf.
Cn Main Street (opposite Lesinsky Jc Co's stare).
THE proprietors would announco to the public
that they aro now prepaid to entertain their
guests with the choicest viands of the season and
everything which tho market can supply in tho
finest style and shortest notice.
Gentlemen can bo accommodated with Hot
Coffee, Chcolatc, Pies Cakes and Oyster at ill
hours. Open day and night.
FARRELL and TRASK Proprietor!.
March 1st 1869. tf
CAMP GRANT STORE
TnE undersigned would respectfully announce?
that they have just opened a new stock of geodz
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, &c.
and aro prepared to sell on tho "live and let live"
Would also announco to those persons desirous
to settle upon the Lower San Pedro, thattffey aro
proprietors of a large Asequie and will allow water
YePbe taken from it by actual settlers fmo of charga
Camp Grant, A, T., Oct: 2d 1863. "
rglho undersigned having leased tho abovo Sa
j loon, is prepared to furnish his friends and
tho public with a gcnoral assortment of WineJ,
Liquors and Cigars.
M. R. Platt. J. E. MoCafpet
ATTORNEYS JAND COUNSELORS AT LAW.-
' TUCSON, A. T.
January 2d lSG9-tf,
1DR. N. P. RICHARDSON.
Office Richardson's Hotel.
TUCSON, A. T.
OHAS. H. LORD, W. W. WIIAIAltS
ILORD & WILLIAMS.
HAVING just brought;on;from New York
CHOICE STOCK OF MERCHANDISE,
are offering the same very cheap for cash.
Look at our goods and prices.
Jan. 1 ,'C9.
JiVO. S, THAYER,
A uctionee r
Oilico at tho store of JUAiN iBiWiauia