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SUNDAY, MARCH 23, ISG9.
Colons Bkowx and lady are in town.
Col. B-ihkiud is x till among the mountains
in phriuit ofAprfchesr"''
Major Yale arrived in town during the
Our correspondent at Florence failed to
iveany account of transactions there during
the rast week,
t.... j ,i i,: i
fcjme oi our citizens huvo umt-icu ciu-p.-
les fro n San Frawcraco, and we expect that
bef re the month of April is out, these toys
may be seen whirling over our plazas. ;
Ma. JouK30x,whp was. wounded by the
Indians in tbeiratta'ck upon him at the Picacho
as mentioned in pHr; last 'issue, is under the
rare of Dr. Lord and, we are happy to say, im
proving rapidly; '
Thb 2d' of April is not far distant, and' upon
that day some one can be the possessor of a
i valuable property fdr a small amount. We
I refer to the sale at auction of the property of
j Charles Hardenburg.
We observe that this rule holdj good thro'-
1 out Whenever anything of more than usual
interest is transpiring in the East, our ex
changes are always a couple of weeks behind
time- The daily 'New Mexican' which, up to
two weeks past, wag received on Wednesdays
and Fridays, ia now received on Fridajs only.
Oar exchanges from the States too, are some
weeks later than they might be
The 13th of April is fast approaching, at
which date the Bodges- House will be trans
fer eJ from the hands of its present owner to
t!iose of somebody else. There are a few tic'k
e'B s'ill remaining. Send on $20 and purchase
(.ne before you are too late. Yon who have
not seen can have no idea of the great value
of this properly, here offered at lottery, for 20
O'in'siperaiile commotion was caused by a
b irse 'race which took place on Thursday
pvrning between the '"Sorrel," entered by Mr.
Uo.ljic34 a'nl the "Pinto," entered hy Mr.
Durfpp. Bi'h animals presented a splendid
nr-nrarane". The distance was a thous'ind
ranis- stakes $100. Like all contests for
n ns'ery, th grand result was but 'victory and
CoxiiDRKARi.E excitement was occasioned
hereon Fiiday last by a party of seme eight
or l n Tudiai s having came within thiee miles
of town, and attacked a Mexican named
AdVph Oiego, who had left town cn horse
aek about half, an hour previous. Giego,
Iho-igli two bullets passed through his clothes,
escaped with .but a slight scratch and returned
to to-n The alarm was immediately around
w.pi, about sixtv' mounted citizens, together
w th a foinpaiiy of cavalry started in pursuit of
!.-- in ' i i i
.queues, inviv cunning uiaiviauais, now,
fir. iiau meir pians arranged : upon seeing
n.eir lni-MiJea victim beyond their.reach, albeit
tt:.v purged him within a mile and a half of
t.ie tern, and knowing that his report would
in followed by immediate pursuit, they
..nn-.iuitely tied and succeeded in reaching the
:i.!ams before their pursuers had got iipon
... '.i track.
Timt pernicious habit of shooting off pistol,
:fn'id the streets hfis become very common
f- especially at night, some parties
"yaue particular pleasure 'in shooting,
on the C ,itrt Hou?e plaza". We do not observe
-iiv efforts on the part 'of anyone, tending. to
'"I a stop t.) this dangerous-amusement. The
I'royAbilitits are, that, no one will interfere
uuc ' aucmenuy snot, wiien, per-
" i". nui auenuon to business, in the wav
o; c.'tiiining those-convivialists. will begin to
mauitcst itself in some of our officials.
"American- Artisan." Wg have received a
, i i
copy oi tne ile?7ca?i Ariisaii published by?
isrown, Looms & Co., 189 Broadway, New
York city. This journal is devoted to the m
erests of the industrial population generally
and contains much useful and interesting
knowledge a should be read by all manufac
turers mechanics and business-men ; they can
no. expend $2 in any other manner and
receive so much in return, and for that trifling
ura you may receive a copy of the "Artisan"
rone year. .
ON FRIDAY THE 2d OF lo;9;'
(at 10 o'clock, a. m., on th prentiss,) '
rmTTAT' flno unit enmm'o di'oWrironertY belonging
u tr. nwin FraTdcabuf5:"6ituateditthe North
ern end of to wn, formerly- tfWned and occupied
by Samuel. Hughes. . " J c - .
OFFICE CHIEF vGTXARTERM AS TER
Department oir alifoirma.
" - -117 KEARNY STREET,
San Francisco CaF., February 20, 1809.
day of APRIL, 1SG2, .for, the transportation of
G 0 YE UN M hiN T SiOllliS to the lolloping
posts, as follows :
i. M. r St
For'rcceiving stores at Tucson ae
and transporting the same to such
us urpor mav, be haidopeiidencresr;
Bids to state the TlilOE FrJU fUUAIVjli)
GOLD C0UNT. for ONE, HUNDRED (100
MILES.''! ' ' -'Hi t'.ti'"
Bids to be addressed cither to me or to
CAPTAIN -G.- C.SMIT-H.7- A. Q. M., at
pot,. A. T.
All bids to be made in triplicate, with a copy
of the advertisement attached to ench bidnandl
no .bid jvill be Treceivfecbunless alcc;bnipa?iied by
a deposit of two thousand dollars, as a guaranty,
that the bidder will take the contract if award
ed to him. .... . . . j fr
.Bidders, are requested foVbe. -present at the
opening of the bids.
No contrAct:ins.deunder. tins advertispmenl
will be considered in force until approved Jby
the Departmental. Division commanders.
Tlie right to reject' blds'is-reserved, if con
sidered for the good of the service.
Any information in reference to the' freight
to be transported, routes, etc., can be had on
application at this oflif.e, . ,
Bvt. Lieut. Col. and Q M., U. S. A. '!
Aut'g Ch'f Q. :M., Dept Cal.
p;olic io Credieors.
ON Monlay, April 5 th 1869, will be sol
Liorn fUu'nat 11 0'clck, a. m., a
- oonof Mr, P, M. Hodees the , dwe
. . auu ,ot ot ,ram W. Fellows, deceased
'hL , pieCe 0f I'rope.ty.-and
' iv'a l,! a.l en'10n of any one desiring ttr
wiilte 1 Partieu''" may be learned
-?rsiffnpH t ' J ,Mquinng 01 'Re un
C. H. LORD,
Estate of Joaquin I apia, 'deceased. . i
NOTICE is hereby given by thp undersigned,
administrators, of the above named estate, to
the creditors of and all persons having claims
against said deceased, to exhibit the same with
tlieMiecessnry vouchers, within one year from
the date of t his notice to L. B. WOOSiElt. ac
his store in the town of Tubac, in the county
of Pima, W to PHI LIP -DRACHMAS. ,at his
store in the town of Tucson, in said county.
Date 1 at Tucson, A. TM.
March 22d, 1809." ' ' " " " " ' "
L. B. WOOSTER
Territory of Arizona,' )
County of Pima. j
To the unknown heirs of Thomas" Fi McLean.
deceased, their guardians, agents, &c,, and
- all other persdns 'interested : ''
You are hereby notified that upon a Tina
settlement of the estate of sniddece"ased, had
in the Probate Court of said County and Tcr
ritory, on;.thel5th:lay, of rarch, A. D; 18G9,
a bahinct of nine hundred and thirteen dollars
and .eighty-ei,'ht cents, was found due said
estate; and remaining ni theiiatidls of Soloman
Warner, the administrator thereof.
,s j ..... . .
The undersigned having be'eri'' appointed, by
said Probate Court, as an agent to take pos
session and charge of saitfrnoneys and having
given bond as required by law,-will hold the
same for the term of one' year -.subject to the
i'laimand tiemaiid;.of Ahe'laiYful heirs of said
rrA't-the;txmVatton5)fropeyrarj; said moneys,
if uncalled for, will be paid into the Territorial
.luiiauij ui , oiiiu x(urriiory ii accoruance'
with the statutes'.ip such cases niade.and-' pro
vided. . , ,. ;
Tucson, March' 19th '1809. ,: ' .: ! '
' 'JOHN'S.'. X'LI-EN,
- .. -. A'gent and ',
12-tf ' .s-Territorial Treasurer.
' ASSESSOR'S OFFICE, ',
r ..... 'iTD States LxteLvai: Revexue. b
- ' , Distkict'oe Arizona.
W'??10? h(5rr0 given, in accordance with
Julyasth. fr, paragraph 3 7, that appeals rel-
V- 1" e m3 or essivo assessments
on taxes fbr lSSO, made in this district, by the
Assis antAsiessQrsTiU be received and deter:
mined: at my ofl.e.e, ln .?weott.each day, durine;
bus.ness hours, Troin the fifteenth to 'the thirty
first day of M arch, -. . ""'
All.Appealsmust bo mado.in writing .:-:
the particular cause, matter, 'or thing,' respee tins
which a decision is requested, and stating thl
error .complained of. .
Communications- sent by ,nil wiil receive imme
diate attention. .
. HENRY A. BIGELOW.
"t xr,. v SS8,sor District of Arizona.
Trcscott, March 2, IS 09: 12-tw.
1IJXT05V,. IIOOI'ER, & CO.
San Fran ciSco and -Fort Yuma.. fTnlifnrr,;
Arizona' City, Maricopa Wells', Saoatoa; ' '
Sweet Water and Camn MnDnwolI
juolesale'.andrail D'E'A'LERS 121
r-'H General Merdiandise.
ITorwal'diiig'' and Commission
. ..-WeT.wjsh to call the attention of the nublic
generally, and Merchants, particularly, : to our
facilities.'for Wholesaleing and JobbiH2 atLOW
Wo keep constantly on hand at
T.bftiargest and most General .Stqck of Goods
. uUhe. territory, or in any one House.south
COMPRISING EVERYTHING THE COUNTRY
All our goods arc either imported directly or
bought of direct importers, v"e buy nothing
T -yfrom second hands j'thprcby saving tho
San-iVaneiseo.' Jobber's Profitwhich is
ALL WE ASK'To'mAKE.
TifiEJlODGES' HOUSE LOTTERY
' Hot el Buil ding
FOR TWENTY DOLLARS I
WILL BE DISPOSED, OF. AT LOTTERY,
350 CHARGES AT $20 EACH.
"f ' " On or before
the loth day of April 1869.
nnilE largo1 and woll furnished building boloog.
B inj to F.M. llodces . sitnatoi? nn Mn.'n otf
Un, that tji, known as, tho Hodges' House and
nereiotorerused and occupied as a Hotel, Tho
House "contains Twelve largo and commodious
rooms, fronts Two hundred and tlrirty-fir? feet on
two streets, has all nwoaaarv outbuildings and a
garden of about half an acroattached. The building
has and always will, from its desirable loeation,
cemmafiti constantoccupanoy ata good rent, and in
conformity tfith tie desires of a number of per
sons, b disposed of at .Public Lottery, by tho
15th of April next', or as soon as all.th o tiekets aro
sotd. 'The "propertyBcins entirely uniricumbored,
will bo ceded and delivered lo tho person win
nitlg.i Iiniaedjately on tho j-esult of tho lottory
being declared.; and , to vitisfyall that the proceed
ings connected with the lottery will bo honorably
ami' fairly conducted, referenco is mado to tho
following, prominont citizons of Tucson, under
hos.e diroetion or that of any committeo whom
the holders of tickots may select tho Lottsry will
.'.GOL. J.P T GARTER, Secretary of tho To r
CAPT. Gt C SMITH, USA; ,
LORD tfr WILLIAMS, Merchants'
'E NEfsU kCO ' ' "
:- : M E JACOBS & GO'- ' ' i
GOLDBERG & CO -. -i .' !.. i
. . TULLY ,fe OCHOA , .T
GOODWIN, & SANDERS.
Tucson, January 21 1569 12t. - t '.
i"LivO and Lot. Liv?."2
' - - 1
Our terms aro
us ur motto
CASH.. EXCLUSIVELY, and for cash,
, ,we-ar.o always in readiness to supply dealers,
rancheros, others, with goods, in jobbing lots at
Vnpi'cccdcnfcdly ILoiv Torcaslj
11INT0N, Il'OOPFR t CO.
Arizona City Dec. 19; 186S-tf, ' '
E. 'N-FlSIf; r& CO.
Y-est sid; IIiin Street. Tucson, A. T.
"ffST HOLES ALE -axd. RETAIL DEALERS IN
- General Merchandise,
We keop:conatanily on hand the largest and
most general stock of goods in the Territory
squth of the Gila. ..'.,,
Are constantly receiving . fresh . supplies or
Dry Goods, Clothing; Boots and Shoes, Gro
ceries Provisions, Hardware, Liquors, in Bbls.
ai d cases, Cigars and Tobacco, &c, &c, which
weare offering at exceedingly low prices.
jan; i, 'w.y " ivr.n
' HIRAM S. STEYJEjNtS
Camp Crittenden, A. T.
"1"1T0ULD respectfully give notice to the trading'
t V public in arid around Camp Crittenden, that
I have just received a largo -and well selected'
stock of . 1
' DRY GOODS, CtOTHiNG,r(R0GERTES,
HARDWARE, DRUGS, MEDICINES
ndall'kinds of.bccessar'y arficley, for ,
.- OFFICERS, SOLDLERS and CITIZENS
Direct from San ITrancisco.
which I propose to sell U' all ' at't'ho very
O ist my store, at Camp Crittenden, Arizona.
.wcg; ?: ;. : ,.T .i ,a$ot?T j
!. ,1.. JACOns) ' I.-, if. JACOBS
221 San some St., San Francisco. Tucpn, A. T
M. L ,TA00BS"& CO.
DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDIZE
( " ' 7.p - - r
Main Street,! Tucson, A? .T
OFFER for sale at a "great .reduction from
ruling, prices an -uxtensive variety, of gpqds,
specially selected for, and.' adapted to this
' Janiiarj .?d lSG9-tf. . '"' ""
'Cn'Mtin' Street (opposite Lesinsky Sc Co's store),
' TUCSON, A. T.
j-rnHE proprietors would announce to the public
g ximi mey aro now pre);iruu 10 uiituriniu luoir
gues'ts'with tho choicest viands of ihe' season and
every thing which the market can supply in the
finest stylp andi shortest notice.
. Geniemcn, can r. ho accommodated , with Hot
Coffee, Chcolato, Pies Cake? , and Oysters -at all
hours. Open, day and-night.
FARftELL and TRASK Propri etors.,
March 1st lSCO.' tf " ' "
AND ' "
, . . . PEARL ST. TUCSON, A.-.T.
. AVntrons, are made and repaired at thi3 establish
mont and.' everything in" ic Blacksmith line doie
'wi'th promptness alid 'dispatch.
Jan. lit, '69
DR.-IV. P. ItlCISARjOSON,
'TUCSON, 'A. T. i
CASH STORE !
GOLDBERG ' & (DO
North-cast corner M"ain and Vine Sts
TUCSON, A. T.
HAVING received a new supply of Summer and
Tall Good, embracing a general and Complete
assortment of Dry goods, Fancy good, Ladies
dress goods, of every description, Hatsand Caps,
Cloaks and Shawls, Boots and Shoc3, Hardwarcand
Crockery, Groceries and Provisions, etc, etc.- W
adhercto a cash system and sell our goods' remark
ably low. Givo us a call.
tf. Jan. 1, 69
F II Goodwin Adam Sanders
GOODWIN & SANDERS,
Dealers in General Merchandis e
TUCSON, A. T.
HAVE this day on hand and aro constantly
receiving, a - largo stock of goods selected
EXPRESSLYi FOR THIS ;MARKET,
consisting in part of
Dry Goods and Clothing, Hats and Caps, Boota
and Shoes, Military Furnishing goods of'all des
criptions, Staplo and Fancy Goods, Bolts, Pistols,
Powder, Percussion caps, Jfcc, &c, which they
will sell cheap for cash.
Thankful for pastfavor3 they rospoctfully solicit
continuance of public patronage
Jan. 1, 1869-tf.
n. TCM-Y. ESTEVANOCHOX
. TULLY & OCHOA.
Main Street, Tilcson, A. T. .
EltEBY givo notico to their friends and tho
nublic generally that they have received direct
from the East a full and complete stodk of
DRY GOODS," GROCERIES,? HARDWARE &e.
and aro prepared to sell at as rcasonablo terms
as any merchants in tho Territory. Giro us a call
boforc purchasing elsewhere.
Tan. 1st 1809. ,r-
TAKE NOTICE !
RETT GOOS J
AYE would respectfully announcoto thepcoploo
Tucson and vicinity, that we have on band a largo
and well assorted STOCK OF MERCHANDISE
GROCERIES, etc., also, best EL PASO VINF
and VINjEiGAR. which we . offer for sale at the
H. LESINSKr, & CO.,
East sido Main Street Tucson, A. T.
Jan. 1st '69, tf.
BY. TODDj CITLTER & BURFEE.
The Best South oSan Francisco.
Main Street, Tucson, A. T.
TI1E best of WINES LIQUORS and CIGARS
Imported direct for this House kept
constantly' on hand, for sale
liol es a 1 e and Retail.
The BILLIARD TABLES are new and of
the latest stylo i i
The proprietors will takespq,cial care to nave
everything of the best, and "insures prompt
atte'ntion,"to their customers. .
A share of public patronage ' is .respscttully
solicited. -- '
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