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Garibaldi speaks about fourteen languages.
1 Cincinnati has 25,000 loafers.
A cicar making machine ha3jben invented.
The Catholics are greatly increasing in num
bers in the New England States.
It cost $1,400 for soap and combs, to keep
Congress clean at its last session.
, -The latest Yankee intention is a machinefor
It is estimated that twenty thouFand North
erners hare been stopping at East Florida this
Sleeping cars now run within fifty miles o
Salt lake valley.
Portland has "sheet parties," the guest3 be
ing arrayed entirely in bed linen.
JL velocipede race near London, for one
hundred dollars, was won by a dash of two
two miles in 6:30.
Carlotta writes letters to Maximilian every
day. Theyaresaia to be charmingly composed
Gen. Breckinridge was at the Clarendon
Hotel, New York, on the I6th ult.
The New xork Jenkinses say that Grant
appeared with a black silk hat and a pair of
brown kid gloves on the notifiction occasion
Mr, Jounson win oe treated to a procession
by the German Democrats of Nashville, on his
Itis said that cultivating our soil one inch
deeper would add $150,000,000 a year to the
wealth ot the country.
Boston has a milk inspector and his oper
ations have materially improved the quality of
tbe milk sold there.
The New York Post thinks one or two Amer-
ieln men-of-war would be Rood things to have
at Havana about now,
General Grant is said to call the enter
tainments got up for him by designing politi
cians, "pump-bandle ieceptioni.
The New York Exprest says it is reported
that ex-Preiident Johnson, will sail for Europe
in April, and it is also believed that he will run
for governor upun a platform of his own.
The nioit beautiful young lady in Madrid, is
Marshal Serrano's illegitimate, daughter. She
is nineteen years old, and was educated in the
the choicest Parisian schools.
Hon Samuel Willifton, has given $250,000 to
the v llhston Setrinary, atEasthnmptcn, Mnssa
chusetts, since 1S41. and now proposes present
ing anqther quarter of a million.
' - The Ausirian emperor, on the 23d ulf., gave
a dinner- in honor of th Prince of Wales
visit to Vienna, to which the king and prince
.. royal oi Hanover were invitee.
unrt. i Mm
A very singular phenomenon, and one that
has attracted great attention and elicited gen
eral inquiry, occurred in this county, on Friday
February 5th. In this locality the diij was
fair, and no indications of a storm were dis
cernable. The people residing in the Western
part of the county, however, notcied that
about noon, a dense, peculiar looking cloud
was hanging over Bald Hills about the head
of Roaring River. At about 3 o'clock, the
residents of Bald Hills, Roaring River. Janes
ville and Eagle Creek, were startled by an ex
plosion so terrifically loud and beculiar in
sound as to create general confusion, and fear
on the part of some that the hour of final ac
count had indeed arrived In several locali
ties in the immediate vicinity of Bald HMj
the earth was felt to tremble and vibrate for
everal seconds after the explosion, leading
some to suppose that an earthquake had taken
place. Many persons in this town, twenty
miles f:om Bald Hi lis. heard the explo&ion, but
parties on Roaring River, and in the vicinity
of Grey's store, affirm that they first heard one
very loud report, which was followed by a suc
cession of lesser sounds, rcsemblinjr the almost
simultaneous discharge of artillery. Two mrn,
a white man and an Iud'an, were tending a
ditch at Bald Hills when the phenomenon
occurred. The former, who is a man of in
telligence and veracity . states that while he
and the Indian were passing along the ditch
he observed a sudden flash of yellowish light
which illuminated everything around, followed
by an explosion so loud as to a!mo3t stun him.
While the sounds were still reverberating, he
cast his eyes upward, and beheld something
reiembling an immense ball of blazing fire
fall with grea velocity to the earth, producing
a shock which caused the earth to tremble
beneath hii feet. His first impression was
that the falling body had struck within a few
hundred yards of the place where he was s tand
ing, bat afterwards concluded that the distance
was much greater. For several minutes after
the fall of the mysterious body the air was
Strongly impregnated with a peculiar odor
resembling that caused by heat generated by
friction in heavy machinery. The Indian al
luded to, alio beheld the fall of thefiery mass
and fell upon the ground, where he remained
several minutes with his hands upon hit eyes
neariy ingntenea out ot his wits, un regai
ing his feet he started to run, and never stop
ped until he had gained a rnncherin severa
miles distant, where he succeeded in satisfying
his copper colored companions that the great
Spirit was Tery anjrry with him for some
From what information we have been able
to gain in regard to the matter, we conclude
that the falling muss was nothing more nor
less than an immense aerolite or meteoric
body. Efforts will be made to discover the
exact locality whf-re it fell, but, as a very heavy
rain itorra occurred during the next few days
following its descent, its discovery is doubt
ful. Shasta Courier.
THE RICHARDSON HOUSE-
DR. & MRS. N. P. RICHARDSON
HAVING leased the above named Hotel.
we are prepared to accommodate the public.
A thorough renovation has taken place, the
rooms are Kept clean and airy, and no pains
will be spared to make the patrons of. the
nonse comtortabie, .
The table shall be furnished with the bes
he market affords.
Board and Lodging per week $20 00.
Board without Lodirins 16 00
Single meals 1 00
Terms cash. All bills payable weekly
Tucson, Jan 1, '69.
And Express Line "From Mesilla
N. M. to Tucson, A. T.
THE undersigned will run a weekly two-
horse bnergv between the above points, connect
ing at Mesilla, with stages forSanta Fe and the
East, EI Paso, and San Antonio, Texas; and at
Tucson, with the Los Angeles and San Dipjro
Semi-Weeklv Stage Line, and the Weeklv line
for Hermosillo and Guavmas, Sonora ; making
a connected stage line for any point in the
United States'on the Pacific or Atlantic slopes
of the continent, and points in northern and
and central Mexico.
Particular attention paid to Express matter
and comfort of Passengers.
The company are responsible for all Express
matter sent by their line except against Indians.
Buggies leave Tucson and Mesilla eveiy
Sunday at 4 o'clock, p. m.
C. H. LORD, Passenger and Express Agent,
Tucson, A. T.
DAVIS x BAREhLA.
423t. La Mesilla, N. M
district Court Notice.
N the Distriet Court for 'the First Judicial Dis
trict, County of Pima, and Territory of
Territory of Arizona,
John B. Allen, Territorial
Treasurer for the Territory
of Arizona, Coles Bashford,
and Charles H. Lord Terri
To Coles Bashford ono of the defendents
xbovo named :
ou are hereby summoned to be and appear be
fore the District Court, for the First Judicial Dis
tort, County of Piraa, and Territory of Arizona,
to answer the complaint ot Granville II Ourr,
Attornoy General for said Territory, in an action
for injunction, to enjoin the presentation and pay
ment of certain Territorial Bond and Warrants.
numbering as "follows: Territorial Bonds, No7
74 75 76 77 78 79 e0 81 82 83 84 85 80 89
88 89 90 91 92 93 94 9d 96 107 108 109
10 111 112 113 114 115 1 1 6 117 118 119 120
21 122 123 124 125 126 127 12R 129 130 131
132 133 134 135 136137 138 139 140 141 142
143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150, and Territorial
"Warrants numbering 42 51 52 55 105 and 106.
You are hereby required to answer the complaint
erein filed within four months from the publica-
rjon hereof, and to serve a copy thereof upon
Granvilo II. Oury. at his office in Tucson, iin said
county and Territory, within the timo above
And you are also notmcu mat n you iau 10
answer the complaint of the plaintiff within the
four months aforesaid, judgment will bo taken
against yon by default, and application made to the
court for the relief demanded in said corrplaint.
Given undpr my hand and the
seal of said District Court, at
Tucson, this 14th day of January,
A. D.. 1869.
OSCAR BUCK A LEW,
THE WEEKLY ARIZ0MAN
TUCSON, A. T.
The only Newspaper published
in the Territory of Arizona
South of the Rio Gila.
OR. I. P. RICHARDSON.
Office Richardson's Hotel
TUCSON, A. T.
Having lately received a
we are prepared to execute
ALL KINDS OE JOB-WORK,
upon the shortest notice, and as reasonable as
can bedone this side of San Francisco.
TV"e would particularly recommend our sheet
to merchants in San'Francisco, Cal.. and New
York, having business correspondence in this
section, as the only advertising medium in thr
Territory, south of the Rio Gila, and as Tucson
is in a section of
GREAT COMMERCIAL IMPORTANCE.
It is for the interest of every Business House
hat wishes to get a share ofthe trade, to adver-
si n onr columns; tneretore, sena in your
Addrs: "WVelcly Arizoninn." Tncon. A, T
SHERRY k DOONER. Publishers
"P. . HODGES,
TUCSON. A. T.
KEEPS constantly on banc a large suppM
the best brand of Liquors and Cigars.
Jan. 1st. '69 tf
NEW GOODS !
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
. XT TH.E
CAMP BOWIE, (Apache Pass.)
a,A Good Supply for travelers. tf.
ARIZONA OBICIAL DIRECT 0HYI
IiIj persons nTf" wnrrwl ininct
he -rotortv of rhcMnWTtv RTT.rv.n -m-vpc
Work -will bo regimen on nn PTniro'eeii-. onK
proper arrangements onn h mr,r?p, ni1 tW con
dition ofthe eonntrr will inaHfV ; Tt. r,.Anri
has been plnrod ;n the hnndof tho Afiliinrr nt'W
nes or the ITnitod gtne. hr or-W of Oonnr-O
Grant. U. S. A. Cnmmnndpr.;n-,.ti;,.r ot ... ,
of the undersigned. AH ?nt and WiMrni Ma'tr..
or work. The undpri2no-l ret'o-r .man hU f-?"wH
in Amona to see that the spirit of thi- nntice 5
vt , Mnwry Silr Mining Co.
New YorktOtc4.'fi7- tr
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
"VTOTICE is hereby r;iren that in conformity with
l h instruction? received from the Collector of
v,usioms lor tne District of Paso del Norte, import
ers will hereafter be required to pay duties on all
supplies imported for tbe use of the United States
Troops, whether delivered under public or private
Federal Officers. i
Governor Richard C. McCormjcfc Tucsot'
Secretary James P.T. Carter ' it 1
Chief Justice willinm P. Turner, Prc?eot
Associate " Henry T. Backus, Tuesnn
" " Tlarley II. Carttor, La Paz '
, T.1 T 111 . m :
Jlarsnai cuwnru i ncips. meson.
Sup't. Indians George Y. Dent.La Pi?
n i ci x . '
ijurveyor umiur.u ousriiuin uay.oan t; m-'J
District Attorney Tin - n.
Assessor Ileury A. Bigelow, Trcscott,
CollcctorLevi Bashford, "
Dept.Collector Rustoms --J.F. Stone, TV.
i . ... i irtii r ix i
liecciver of 'no ti.inu umec-uscar isucki.k
Auditor Charles H Lord, Tik -,t
Treasurer John B Allen "
Attornoy General James E McCafTre.- "
Delegate to Congress Coles Bashford "
Pi MA COUNT V-
Probato Judge John S Thayor
Sheriff Peter P. Brady
District Attorney Granville II. Oury
Treasurer Sidney R DcLong
Recorder Oscar Buekalow
Supervisors John V Sweeney. E. X r
fohn G. Cnpron
l'ulihc Administrator,--unas. u jicvitj
county scat Tucson.
Probate Judge Hczikiah Brooks.
Sheriff A John Mooro
District Attorney John M Rotintrce.
Treasurer William Cory
Recorder John II Behuii
Supervisors John G Campbell,
County Seat Prcseott.
Probate Judge Joseph B. Tuttle.
Sheriff David King.
District Attorney- Marcus D Dobbins.
Treasurer Roliert Coles
Recorder.-- Peter Doll.
Supervisors Ravena, O. Gross, M,t;i
Public Adininistrator---John Duff,
county seat La Paz
Prooate Judge fftn. L Haskell
Sheriff E II Smith
Treasurer E M McCarty
Recorder.Tnmps P Bull
Supervisors John Pearson, William F
Dis't. Att'y. A E Davis.
PA II UTK COUNTY.
Prob.ito Judge Daniel M Thomas.
Connty seat St. Thomas.
PnitA Co. William S Baxter Mari""" "
Mortimer R. Piatt, Tucson; John M.
Tachc Pcss ; J. B. MoTvinnie, Florcifv ;
YavataI Co. Henry W Fleiiry, Pref "
R Ferris, Wickenb'irg: Thoa J L Hazier
,T M Lcnzarder, Cunp McDov ell.
Yuma Co. Charles II. Brinley, Arizona 1
M. D. Dobbs, La Paz.
Pima Co. ---Mark Aldrich. Tucson.
Yuma Co Thos. J. Bidwell, L Paz.
Yavapai Co Georgo Lount, Prcseott; r
Pijia Co. P R Brady Tucson.
Yuma Co--Robt. Cole, La Paz.
Mohave Co Jas P. Ball, Mohave City.
Tacsoa, A. Tv Sept 22, 1868.
Places and Times of 22olilin?
Judge Backus 0ear Buckalcw, Clerk
In Tucson, Pima county, commencing on
Monday in April, and first Monday in -'
Judge Cartter C'e'
In La Paz, Yuma county, commercing n
Monday in March and first Monday in ?'r
In St Thomas, Pah Uto County, tommc
tho 3d Monday in June.
In Hardy ville, Mohave county, core tecs
first Monday in January and first Mondavi-
Judge Turner Edward W Wells, Clc-k.
In Prescott, Yavapai county, comun'
the first Monday ia Aprrt and first -October.
One term in each year at the Capital, cvcac
on the first Wednesday after beginning "f
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