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The Weekly Arizonian. (Tucson, A.T. [Ariz.]) 1868-1871, March 21, 1869, Image 4

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The 'New York Tribune is accused of mak
ing $180,000 test ye sr.
Rerjidjtw to dine with the Glasgow author
iiies. , - '
Burlingaine and suite have been received by
Prince Napoleon,
A new department of Indian affairs has been
agreed npOn in committee.
Drake qpposes Gen. Morgan Smith for the
iliasouri inarsbalship. , . '
Bwrglers are operating on farmers' houses
in Illinois,
A Rocheiter canary ia accused of siurin
"i snKee Doodle.
New York cansot get velocipedes enough.
it ttasji early hve thousand learners.
Buffalo-eteaks sell in Chicago for twenty-five
cents a pound.
The Bfister, the new London comic journal,
is ip te managed ny seceders irom Punch.
Lonner is 3aid to be negotiating for the
purchase of the Herald.
A., man in , Greensboro, Vermont, nearly
Droc ins wile a necK, receutly, by playfully
suKiug uer.
The Kansas Branch Pacific Railroad bill is
still kicking.
Mr Ticknor the ex-Boston publisher, intends
1 ' T " '
jucaung in rnns.
Massachusetts last year-manufactured 100,
000,000 of boots and shoes,
iNew Yorkers annually smoke 400.000,000
cigars.
The Great Western Railway of England cost
nearly 5doU,ouu a mile.
Eugene speaks French only tolerably and
scold in Spanish.
Forty thousand hares were sent from Ger
many to Paris for Christmas dinners.
Mobile is to have a wagon and plow manu
factory. The ex-King of Naples is dangerously ill at
Rome.
Nqw York had a masquerade on ice.
thinj; '
Big
Seward denies the story that there are any
negotiations pending for the transfer of Cuba.
There is almost an epidemic of Scarlet fever
among the children in New York.
Mrs. John . Wood is managing the uiosl
aristocratic theatre in Loudon the Royal St
James.
Whoever has a square rod of jrround. make
it produce something.
. Victor Hugos new. work is said to .surpass
any ot ins writings lor. tliu past decade,
toiion is Dimming an iron Drig with circu
lar tanka for the transjoitation of molatses in
bulk.
Cigar color i the favorite tint now with the
Jimpress ot the rreneh.
'Seventv-two newspapers are at present pub
lisked in Mad: id. Of these only fifteen are
worth reading.
It is not to be wondtred at, that a man for
lorty years an edi!or ot a paper m Kentuckj-,
is now a raving maniac.
There were only seventy-seven thousand
bales of American .cotton on hand in Liverpool
on otli ufr.
An ingenious chap wants to contract to keep
the Hudson river from treezing by suiting ar
tesian welU along its channel.
Mr Dickens is to receive from Mr. Chappel
$50,000 for afarewell series of readings in Eng
land.-
Repdft has it that Pike has lost half a miU
lion through the lailure ot his dyking enter
prise.''
A'.Bufmloniah whips his ife for fidelity to
her marriage vows. It is impossible to please
some people.
Florence, the comedian, has become a partner
in a New York copper house, and will soon
quit the stage.
In an Indiana jail the female convicts out
number the males, three to one.
Over five thousand horses were killed in
Berlin last year for human food.
y Carrier pigeons are again coming into use
in England and France.
.Massachusetts proposes a school of horticul
ture fcr women.
A European letter says that Carlotta will
mae a journey to England and America this
yoar.. . .
A Paris writer on popular science makes
out that the people of the United States are
growing to a physical resemblance of the In
dians! Abbe Brasseur de Bourbourg assirts
in his works on America, that the physical and
moral characteristics of people of European
origin, who have made their homes in the
North, have become like the Iriquois, while
those of the South have become like the Cher
pkee.
An exchange says: "In Cincinnati,, the other
day, the rider of a velocipede, probably using
whip and spur upon his ligneous charger too
freely, got himself run awav with by the firy
timber-beast, and considerably damaged, Not
having properly broken his high mettled
courser, he came near getting broken himself,''
P- M- H0DG-ES,
31 A I N STREET
TUCSON. A. T.
KEEPS constantly on hand a largewupply s
tbeibest brand of Liquors and Cigars.
Jan. 1st. '69 tf
NSW GOODS !
GREATLY ' REDUCED PRICES
AT
-AT THE-
SUTLER STORE
CAMP BOWIE, (Apache Pass.)
A Good Supply for travelers.
tn
ARIZONA OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
1S69. W
Federal Officers.
bovornor Richard C. MeCormick, Tuc3on.
secretary Jaraes I'.T. Carter "
Chief Justice William P.Turner, Prescott,
Associate " Hcnrv T. Backus, Tucson.
" " llarlcy II. Carttcr, La Paz.
Marshal Edward Phelps. Tucson.
Sup't. Indistns Gcorce W. Dent.La Pat.
Surveyor General Shsnnan Day.San Francisco
District Attorney Tucson.
Assessor Henry A. BigeloWj Prescott,
Collector Levi Bashford, "
Dept. Collector Bustoms --J.F. Stone, Tucson
iteceivcr of the Land Otticc-Uscar Buckalew.
Territorial Officers.
Auditor Charles II Lord, Tueson,
Treasurer John B Allen "
Attorney General James E McCaffrey "
Delegate to Congress Coles Bashford "
Comity Officers-
rixi.v COUNTY
Probate Judge John S Thayer
ShcrilF Peter R Brady
District Attorney Granvillo.il. Oury
Treasurer Sidnoy R DeLong
Recorder Oscar Buckalcw
Supervisors John W Sweeney, E. N.
Fish,
John G. Capron
Public Administrator,--Unas. II Aleycrs
county seat Tucon.
YAY'Al'AI COUNTY.
Probate Judge Ilezikiah Brooks.
Sheriff A John Moore
District Attorney John M Rountrec.
Treasurer William Cory
Recorder John H Behan
Supervisor.: John G Campbell, -
Couilty Sc: t Prescott. -
. TT I'M A COUXTY.
Probate Judge Joseph B. Tattle.
Sheriff David King.
District Attorney Marcus D Dobbins.
Treasurer Robot t Coles
Recorder.-- Peter Doll.
Supervisors-IV Itavena, C. Gross, M.Castinado
Putlic Adiuinistrrtor -John Duff.
county :je..' La P.iz
MOHAVE COUXTV.
Prooatc Judge Win. L Haskell
Sheriff EII Smith
Treasurer E M McCarty
Recorder James P Bull
Supervisors John Pearson, William Forrest
Chas Atchisson.
Dis't. Att'y. A E Davis.
county Seat Hardj-ville. - ' '
I'AH PTE COBNTV. '
Probato Judge Daniel 31 Thomas.
Sheriff -
Treasurer
Recorder
Supervisors
connty seat St. Thomas.
Koiaries Pulilic.
Puma Co. William S Baxter Afaricopn AVolls
Mortimer R. Piatt, Tucson; .John Al. Cass
iBache Puss ; J. B. MiKinnie, Florence ;
Yavapai Co. Henry W Fleury, Prescott: AV.
R Ferris, Wickenburg; Thos J L Hague Pconi.
J Al Lenraruer, Lamp Ale L)ov oil.
1UMA Co. Charles II. Bnnlcy, Arizona City,
H. D. Dobbs, La Pnz.
Assistant Assessors
Pima Co.- Mark Aldrich, Tueson.
Yuma Co -Thos. J. Bidwcll, Ls Paz.
Yavapai Co George Lount, Prescott: "W.
R.
Ferris, Wickenburg
SJcpmy CJoiieciors.
Pima Co. P It Bradj Tucson. I
Ytuna Co Robt. Coles, La Paz. I
Mohave Co Jas P. Bull, Mohave City. if
PlaccS and Tiaics oriloltliat
Courts.
FIRST DISTRICT.
Judge Backus Oscar Buckalcw, ffle rk
In Tueson, Pima county, commeneinfc on thefirst
Monday in April, and first Monday in October.
SECOND DISTRICT.
Judge Carttcr Clerk.
In La Paz, Yuma county, commencing on the firs
Monday in March and first Monday in September
In St Thomas, ran uto oounty, commencing on
the 3d Monday in J une.
In Hardy villa, Aloha vc county, commencing 0
first Monday in January and first Monday in Junn
THIRD DISTRICT.
Judge Turner Edward W Wells, Clerk.
In Prescott, lavapai county, commencing on
thefirst Monday m April and
first Monday in
October.
SUPREME COURT. .
One term in each year at the Capital', commencing
on the first Wednesday after beginning of the re
gular annual session of the Legislature. Oscar
Buckalew, Clerk.
THE WEEKLY ARIZONIAN
ESTABLISHMENT !
TUCSON, A. T.
The only Newspaper published
in the Territory of Arizona
South of the Rio Gila.
Having lately received a
LARGE SUPPLY
of
NEW MATERIAL,
we are prepared to execute
ALL KINDS 03? JOB-WORK,
POSTERS,
PA PMHLETS,
BILL-HEADS,
LETTER-HEADINGS,
BUSINESS CARDS,
CIRCULARS,
HAND-BILLS, &c
uPon the shortest not,cc; and as reasonable as
can bedonc thisside of San Francisco.
T.Ve would, particularly recommend our- sheet
o merchants in San" Francisco, Cal., and New
York, hiving business correspondence in this
section, as the only advertising medium in the
Territory, south of the Rio Gila, and as Tucson
;s in a section ol
GREAT COMMERCIAL IMPORTANCE.
It i3 for the interest of every Business House
hat wishes to get a share of the trade, to adver-
ise n onr columns ; tneretore, senu in your
. t f - i
orders.
Address: "Weekly Arizonian." Tucson, A, T
SHERRY & DOONER, Publishers
PUBLIC NOTICE!
i LTi Persons are Wamnil nrr-iinat trmn-iaalntr nn
Vhe property of the At 0 WRY SILVER APXE?.
Work will be resumea on an extensive'scale assoon
as proper arrangements can be made, and the con
dition ofthe cOHntrv will iustifv it. The nronertv
has been placed in the hands of the Military author
ties of the United States, bv order of flcncral
Grant, U. S. A. Commander-in-chief, at the request
of the undersigned. All iust and legitimate claims
against the Company will be settled upon resumption
ui nuiR.. liic unuersigned relies upon his friends
in Arizona to see that the snirit of this notice is
carried out.
SYLVESTER MCUVRY.
President.
Mowry Silver Alining Co.
fcew York, 0tct4, '67- tf.
TU VVJ1UM J 1 A Y ( )T( Ul,
- " w v - ,
NOTICE is hereby given that in conformity with
instructions received from the Collector of
Customs for the District of Pajso del Norte, import-
era ui nereauer ucreqmreu to pay duties on all
supplies imported for the" use of the United States
Troops, whether delivered under public or private
omruci.
J. F. STONE,
Deputy Collector.
Tucson, A. T., Sept 22, 1S0S;
tf
SOUTHERN OVERLAP
TJ. S. MAIL.
And Express Line .From Me9iln
jN. Al. to lUCSOD, X.
o
THE undersigned will run a weekly two-
horse buggy between the above points, conr.ee.
in" at Mesilla, with stages for Santa Fe and th
East, El Paso, and San Antonio, Texas; an.' at
Tucson, with the Los Angeles and San Di,
Semi-Weekly Stage Line, and the Weekly iine
for.He.inosiHo and Uuaymas, tsonora : making
a connectel stage line for any point in the
United States!on the Pacific or Atlantic sloDes
of the cciuinent, and points in northern auj
and centra' Mexico.
Particular attention paid to Express mat'er
and comfort of Passengers.
The company are responsible for all Express
matter sent by their line except against India?
Coaches leave lucson and aiesula evt:v
f Sunday at -i o'clock, p. m.
C. H. LORD, Passenger and Express Agn ;,
Tucson, A. T.
423L I-a Mesilla, N. M
P. P.. TULLV. ESTK v AN OCi' 4
TULLT & tOCHOA.
Main Street, Tucson, A. T.
o
HliUislSi give notice to tneir inenus ana t )
public senerallv thatthev have received dir. :
fVomthe East a full and complete stock of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,- llAKDWAKJS. .v
and arc prepared to sell at as reasonable ter.-
as any merchants in the Territory, wiro ua a cu .
before purchasing elsewhere.
Jan. 1st 1SC0.
district Court Xolice
"X the District Court for the First Judicial D
JB triut, County of Pima, and Terntorj-
Arizona.
Territory of Arizona,
vs
John B. Allen, Territorial
Treasurer for the Territory
of Arizona, Cles Bashford,
and Charles II. Lord Terri
torial Auditor.
i
J
tLo
To Coles Dashford one of tLo defen Ju.!-
above named :
i ou are herebv summoned to be and at pear : -
fore the District Court, for the Fhst Judi -ial I
lr;ct, County of Pima, and Territory of Ariz a.
Hi ans'-er th6 complaint of Granville JI !:;
Attorney General for said Territory, ir. an in-;. ,
for injunction, to enjoin the presentation m.d i
i:ent of certain Territorial Bond nrrt arr.n -
:mleriii!; as follows: Territorial Roud.-, .
. 75 76 77 78 79 t0 81 82 H3 84 &.' -''
.-8 S9 90 91 1)2 93 94 95 8U 1U7 M r -
110 111 112 113 11 t 115 llti 117 !!S li: 1.
121 122 12:1 121125 12G 127 128 12'J !::! : ;
132 1SS 13-t 135 13C 137 138 139 110 1 a I
143 144 145 146 147 !4S 149 150, and Tr.:t s
Warrants numbering 42 51 52 55 105 and .
You arc hereby required to unswer the curiij
herei fikMj wilh.-1 four mon,hs from the
ljon hereof, anil to serve a copy tneroi ii
Uranvile H. Oury.nt his office in Tucson, itn
county and Territory, within time a! v
specified.
And you aroalso notinea that 11 you ia:i
answer the complaint ol lio piaintm wunm 1.
four uionrhs aforesaii1, judgment will be la'..
against you bv default, and application mado tot-
court for the relie" demanded in said oolrplainf.
. Given under my hand and t'r-'
L. S. seal of said District Court, at
- v - J Tucson, this 14th day of January
A. D.. 1S69.
OSCAR BUCKALEW,
3lmo. Clerk.
THOMAS 11 YERKES,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL mERCIIAN"!
Tnbac, A. T.
T7" EEPS constantlv oil hand a large and we!I 1
sorted stok of DRY GOODS, GROCERll
AiS U 1'linv ISIUNS, whicli will bo soll reason n
and a LIBERAL CREDIT GIVEX. Grain tat
in exchange, for goods at market prices.
J.m 1st 1S03. tt.
Kolicc to CJrcditoi's.
In the matter of the estate )
of Hiram W. Fellows, deceased. J
NOTICE is hereby given byjtheundpr-L'T
administrator of the above named eit-
the creditors of and all persons having ! -'
against said deceased, to exhibit the sair,. v.
the necessary vouchers to the undersigiif -d 1
ofiice in. the town of Tucson, County of Pi""
and Territory of Arizona, within twelve m -tr:-from
the date of this notice.
Dated at Tueson, A. T., Jan. 5th 1SG!.
CHARLES H, LORD.-
Adminstratnr.
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of Alonzo M. Erwin, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given by the und riijr'i
Charles H. Lord, administrator of the e-rr
, - . 1 ' . .1 1 i I. . . r-.. . I
ditors of, and all persons having c. " ;
against the said deceased, to exhibit them .
the necessary vouchers to the undersigned. -his
office in the town of Tucson, County
Pima, and Territory of Arizona, within tw.i
months from the date of this notice.
Dated at Tucson, A. T. August 7th ISG?.
CHARLES H. LORD,
Administrator

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