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If WEEKLY ARIZONIAN
SUNDAY, A Pull- 4, 1869.
Sin 'Whipple, from Camp Crittenden,
jHIuevd J. W. Fleming, from Florence,
jfe Divine Service in the Court House
3lock on Sundaj evening.
Sgfeblishthii week, the report of the
ffefel Treasurer. It will, doubtless, be
iffactorj, as it'is credilableto the tax-pay-jfeighout
the Territory, to find that, not
fertile current expenses of the Torn
time reported, been liquidated
Jdtom . . i . T ii fnrmar
Jfry considerable amou.u m o
Rlnas also been cleaied away.
SdeuiC Extiieme. Start from the corner
Goldber' & Co store and travel uown jiam
She corner of Franklin, observe the heels
(every g.ntleman's boo's fceVe you. as you
HSSUlsandyoa will find but lew sira.g.n.
iffupon the route. Now :h!8 is not owing
tSgfeial-formniion about !?at particular e::
M; b-it, for it you are indebted to. the
gfffelors who look wih iinsoncerri at the
n!cipl street running for two lull blocks,
Hrsely on the side of a declivity.
IpfjTATE Letters This mode of commu-
Sj.r general news is, to some editors, a
Mijessing : for instance, the paper published
fpSopott receives by ''private letters" all
wslfrora l'ima county news which, in ms
wii not known in Pinia coun
atsule the office ot the Akizonus, until pu
SIMffV . . i.
ihauTthou-li tins paper. iow, ai wh oh
SflRnr implications in the Prescott naii
S5?5"nrivMe letter" we verv iiMlv contdu
StBlie writer copies his article from tl
juizoxus' a'ld sends it to the Mhier while I
mirant ot the fact that we exchange wi
hmtice Chief Qr. Master
Suit. risiittcT 01' Tccsox,
Tucsox, A. T., March 20thJ8G9. ,
Sealed proposals ik
lUiVDHLTLICA 1E will be received at th.s
meeliiiitii 12 o el ck, .M , en tin? 'Huh day oi
tjinlJ lor tne nuiveiy oi tuiiAur. ai
neubllownig named places, vz:
ckaj.v, lbs. I hay, lbs
JhSsoti Perot. A. T.
larnm Crittenden, '
.OTAU 3'JoO.OOO. 0.237.000.
IBjw 11 be received separately for the whole
mcupn to be delivered nt ach plate men
loaediab'.ve or m y put tl ereof, and hiddfis
ilUUStstt- s-1 aa'f!v t ht-ir liiii- ner nnniul in
llllHoin for Ha as well as fur each lind ol'
TffiM iooi.t: ".omit of liny and ihe atiitiuiu
'.tftggli Iwud oi Uia n tht-y "mar be able lo
Em Is for WHEAT will be entertained.
l'j. i I (rive tlirir iinmo in rnll wnU
When j luces of residence. nd the i -ronosnls
iMge ai-coirpanii-d by a Bond lor 'J vo
lhousa" 1 ($2 0U0) Dollars, signed by at l-at
wjuespnrisible persons hs a ui.raii"y, that in
aseT contract is a winded to the party or par
esfprop. sing, the contract will be accep.ed
m H ay must be of iho
ooniry aflords, Iree from Hoots, Sticks and
nd must be well itackfd in such places,
sthe Quartermasters at the places named
gov, may direct.
E pain must be well cleaned and free
SiJfiX 8Ubstan"3 d-b. d
Edel.Teryofthe Hay and Grain to com
SIkS.1" J " no,ificitio bj theun-
,fee tL0U;,th r-bids, f P"on f ""doubted
isfermi ien,,fd,States Government will
Sgjtcriamed, and the undersigned reserves
i't to reject any and all bids offered.
K Propcal must be signed by two res.
nble persons who mil become sureties for
gfiitWuI performance of the contract.
S,n-raCtr:m bC ,Ubj'CCt t0the aPPal
S " DepartmeDtand Diriaion Com-
Her of Br. BRIG. GEN. DEVIN.
mdffSub District of Tucson.
GILBRRT O OWT-nrr
:apt. & Aflt. Onr U TT o .
thiefOii.rc . . .
pggV " """er, oud district.
OFFICE CHIEF ClUAETEEMASTER
Department of California.
417 KEARNY STREET,
Sau Francisco Cal., February 2G, 186Q.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE BECEIVED
at this 0.iico until 12,m.. on the FIFTEENTH
day of APRIL, 18G9. for tho transportation of
GOVERNMENT STORES to the following
posts, as follows :
For receiving stores at Tucson depot, A. T.
and transporting the same to gu6h posts
as arc, or may be its dependencies.
Bids to state the PRICE PER POUND, IN
GOLD COIN, for ONE HUNDRED (100)
Bids to be addressed either to me or to
CAPTAIN G." C. SMITH., A. Q. "W., at
All bids to be made in triplicate, -with a ctopy
of the advertisement attached to each bid, and
no bid will be received unless accompanied by
a deposit of two thousand dollar0, as a guaranty
that the bidder will take the contract if award
ed to him. , (
Bidders are requestedHo 'be' present' at the
opening of the bids.
No contract made under this advertisement
will be considered jj.n, force until approved by
the Department'an'd Division commanders.
The right to reject bds is reserved, if con
sidered for ho gooS of the service.
Any information in reference to life freight
to be transported, routes, etc., can be had on
application at this otlice.
. - '; H E NRYsC,. JI 0 D G ES't . "'
Bvt. Lieut. Col. and Q. M.. U. S. A.
Act'g Ch'f Q. Al., Dej.t. Cal.
m20 ' ' '' "'; ";!" ' Jw'
Estate of Joaquin Tapia, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given by theundersigne'f,
adminisirators of the above named estate. ( to
the creditors of and all persons having claims
against said deceased, to exhibit the same with
the ticccivsarv voucher?, wiiliin. om yar -from
thedawj of this notice lo L. B.' WOOS l'ER. a.
Ins More in the town of Tubac in ihe coiintv
o: P.n.a, or to PHILIP DRACHMAS at his
More in he townof Tucson, in iaid county.
Date I at Tucson, A. T., ,.
March 22d, ISo!).
PHILIP DUaCUMAN )
L. B. WOOSTER Sw
Territory of Arizona.
Countv of r
Pima. ' j
To the unknown heirs of Thomas F. McLean.
dect-a-cd, their gitiirdia'ns, 'agents, itc,, and
all other persons interested
You are hereby notified' that upon a fina
spttletnent of the estate of said deceased, had
in ihe Probate Court of said County and Ter
ritory, on the 15th dav of March, A D. lS'di).
a bal:iiC',o(-tiiiie hundri'd and. tiiitpci) dollt
and eight v-eiht ecu's, was fotin I d ie said
estate, and rrmainii g in ihj hands of Soloman
Warner the adiniuisirator 'thereof! ' 1
The unilersiuned having been appointed by
said Piobate Court, hs an agent to toke pus
cession and charge of said moneys and having
yivfii bond as r quired by Ijtw, will hold ih
5ame for the term of one year subject to -the
chumand demand of the lawful heirs of said
dece i 8.d.
At the ixpiration of one year, said money?,
if uncalled for, will be paid into the Territorial
Treasury of said Territory in accordance
with the statutes in such cases made and pro
vided. Tucson, March 10th 1869.
JOHN B. ALLEN,
12 tf Territorial Treasurer.
HIRAM S. STEVENS
Camp Crittenden, A. T.
WOULD respectfully give notice to the trading
public in and around Camp Crittenden, that
I have just received a largo and well selected
ii took of
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 soli t all at the yery
at ray store, at Camp Crittenden, Arizona.
Janl. I8fiC. ' -
R. W. JP. RICHARDSON,
Office Richardson's Hotel;- ..
. - TUCSON, A. T.
United States Internal Revexce,
District oe Arizona.
NOTICE is herflby given, in accordance with
provisions of Internal Revenue Lans, Act of
July 13th 1866, paragraph 37, that appeals rel
ative to any erroneous or excessive asiessments
on axes for 1869, made in this district, by the
Assistant Assessors, will be received and deter
mined at my office, in Preseott,, each day, during
business hours, fom the fifteenth to the thirty
first day of M arch.
All appcalsmust be made in writing, specifying
the particular cause, matter, or thing, respecting
which a decision is requested, and stating the
error complained of.
Communications sent by mail nill receive imme
diate, attention. ' . . .
' HENRY A. BIGELOW.
! AssM.ior: District of Arizona.
Prescott, March 2, 1869. 12-tw. .
HINTON, HOOPER, & CO.
San Francisco ard, Fort Yuma, California
Arizona City, Maricopn Wells, Sacaton,
Sweet Water and, Camp McDowell,
HOJiESALEr AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Forwarding and Commission
.wish to call the attention of the public
generiillv, and Merchants, particularly to our
facilities for Wholesaleing and Jobbing at LOW
We keep cons'i.nf'v on hand at
I AKa0.tA CITY
The largest aud moat General Stock of Goods
in the Tenitory. or in 'any one House south
of San Frandisco.
COMPRISING EVERYTHING THE COUNTRY
All our goods are- either imported directly or
bought of direct importers, We buy nothing
from second hands'; tbcrebj saving tho
San Francisco Jobber's Profitwhich is
ALL WE ASK TO 1IAKK.'
"Live and Let Live,"
is our motto. Our terms aro
CASH. EXCtU3IrEL'Y,"'and farcash",
vrc arealway. in readiness to supply dealers,
rancheros, f" others, with goods, in. jobbing lots at
Unprecedented! v Low fwrcasli
11INT0N," HOOPER A CO.
ArionaCify Dec. 19, 180S-tf.
E. N. Fish,
E;- 1NT- F1SIL & C0-,
West side, Main Street. Tucson, A. T.
I10LESALE 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
f)ry'Go')d, Clothin '. Boots and Shoos, Gro-Ci-ries
1 -ovi-ions, Hardware, Liquors in Bills,
ai d cusps. C:gar an I I obacco,&c, &c, which
weare o.'ferin at exceedingly low prices.
Jan, 1, 'C'J. :52!tf
M. I.JACOBS, L. M. JACom
221 Sansomo St., San Francisco. Tucon, A. T.
AT. I. JACOBS & CO.
DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDIZE
Main Street, Tucson, A. T
OFFER for sale at a great reduction from
ruling prices, an rextensive variety of goods,
specially selected for, and adapted to this
January 2d 1869 -If.
Cn Main Strett (opposite Lesinsky k Co's store).
TUCSON, A. T.
TITE proprietors would announce to the public
that they are now prepared to entertain their
guests with the choicest Viands of the .ea.fn and
everything which the market can supply in the
finest style and shortest notice.
Gentlemen can be accommodated with Hot
Coffee, Chcolate, Pies Cnkn and Oysteri at all
hours. Open day and night.
FARRELL and TRASK Propri etori
March 1st 1S69. tf
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
NOTICE is hereby given that in conTormity with
instructions received from the Collector of
Customs for the District of Paso del Norte, import
ers will hereafter be.required to pay dul!es on all
supplies imported for tho use of the United States
Troops, whether delivered under public or private
.... J. F. STONE,
, Deputy Collector.
' Tucson, A. T ., Sep t 22, 868 . - tf
THE HODGES' HOUSE LOTTERY
A Hotel Building
FOR TWENTY DOLLARS 1
WILL BE DISPOSED OF AT LOTTERY,
350 CIIAffCES AT $20 EACH.
On or before
the 15th day of April 1869.
THE large and well furnished building beloo'g.
ing to F. M. Hodges, situated on Main street,
tn that town, known as the Hodges' House and
heretofore used and occupied as a Hotel, The
Houso contains Twelve large and commbdioui
room, fronts Two hundred and thirty-five feet on
two streets, has all necessary outbuilding and a
garden of aboutbalfan. acre attached. Tht building
has and always will, from its desirable location,
cemtuand conatantoccupaqcy ata good rent, and in
conformity with the desires of a. number of per
sons, be disnoscd of at Public Lottery, by tho
loth of April next, or assqon as all the tickets aro -sold.
The property being entirely unincumbered,
be ceded and delivered to the person win
ning, immediately on the result of tho .Iqttery
beiiig declared ; and to satisfy all that the proceed
ings connected with tho lottery will bo honorably
and fairly conducted, reference is made to the.
following prominent citizens of Tucson, unuer
whoso direction or that of any committee whoia
the holdersof tickets may select the Lottery will
COL. J P T CARTER, Secretary of the lor.
CAPT. G C SMITH, USA.
LORD & WILLIAMS, Merchants
E N FISH k CO
M I JACOBS & CO
GOLDBERG & CO
TULLY Sc. OCHOA
GOODWIN k SANDERS "
Tucson, January 2t ISH'J 12t.
, CASH STORE!
GOLDBERG & CO
North-east corner Mam and Vine Sts"
TUCSON, A. T.
' 'HAVING received a ncwsupply of Summer and
Fall Good, embracing a .general- and complete
assortment of Dry goodsi Fancy good, Ladies
dress goods', of every description, Uatsand Caps,
Cloaks and. Shawls, Roots and Shoes, Hardwareand
Crockery, Groceries and Provisions, "eto., etc. VT '
adhere to a cash system and soil our- goods remark
ably low. Givo'us a call. . , .
tf. "Jan. 1, 69
F II Goo'dwin
GOODWIN & SANDERS,
Dealers in General "Merchandise
TUCSON, A. T.
HAVE this day on hand and aro constantly
receiving, a largo stock of goods selected
EXPRESSLY FOR THIS MARKET,
consisting in part of
Dry Goods and Clothing. Hats and Caps, Booti
and Shoe, Military Furnishing goods of all des
criptions, Stap'e nn-1 I-'.incy Goods, Belts, Pistols,
Powder, Percussion c.ipj, ic, tc, which they
will sell clie-ip lor cash.
Thauki'ul for past fas-nrs they respsc.uUv solicit
continuance of public patronage.
Jan. 1, lSC9-tf.
P. E. TUU.V.
TULLY & OCHOA.
Main Si reef , Tucson, A. T.
"JT EREBY give notice to their friends and the
ll public gencraIv that they have received direct
f.-.-m tlic East a full and complete stock of
DRY GOODS. GROCERIES, HARDWARE, Sec.
and are prepared to sell at as reasonable terms
as any merchants in the Territory. Give us x call
before purchasing elsewhere.
Jan. Ut 1869.
NEW , GOODS j
DIRECT PROM NEW YORK
WE would respectfully announce to thcneopUo
Tucson and vicinity, that we have on hand a large
and well assorted STOCK OF MERCHANDISE
GROCERIES, c, also, bet EL PASO '.VINE
and VINEGAfl. which we offer for sale xt tho
H. LESINSKT, & CO.,
East side Main S'.eet Tucson, A. T.
Jan. Iat '69, tf.
BY TODD, CUL.VER& D5JRFEE.
The Best South of San Francisco.
Main Street, Tucson, A. T.
THE best of WINES LIQUORS and CIGARS
Imported direct for this House kept
constantly on hand, for sale
Wholesale and Re tall.
The BILLIARD TABLES are new and of
the latest style
The proprietors will takaspecial cartohavo
everything of the best, and insures prompt
attention to their customers.'
A share of public patronage is respectfullj
solicited. ' '
. Jan; 24, '69, " . 24-3m.