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SSr ffl WEEKLY AMZOSIAN
be for ih
'ie tenure hstr
SUNDAY, APrtfL 111, 1869.
t!es of the Wjifhavc been wU tlut a quarrel at t loreiice
-s' ffifiSsifay last, resulted in the shooting und
tictruction Utnofa man named Brannard.
RtTTEitfrom Arizona City speaks of the
Sfiily condition ut the Yuma Indians at
he office Sce. The mav he found, in a state of
'e Army, Swatioti. pron iimdin j the streets at ail
' jSfjfboth da and night One of thera, while
erj from jflluf condition reeen 1 killed another who
ffiied to be sober.
EctiKS xiiD maim : A portion of the
i rcom. Sstern mail was urougm in on eunua;
sessional Rrntu torn into fra 'intuits. Hie express
Sj.s attaekrd by i pan of Indian near
i auviee WORK r.i iV.iwiri.r who lr d uoon n in. kiw
is male; iurtuiiutely for him tli a attack
or to re-
e felt on
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fiiSIQa te in tae nuiiiu iruuuu ut hit- wan emu
IfflffiU where he arrvel in afety having
fRgrvihing behind even his boots, which
la-Jotfe'jKSgnaed. tint Ins tiini miiit oe unmouir..
gtmbiiat Ofrrejilj Messrs. Reel and Anderson, coming
ffihe road short! aiterwaids, discovered
ls. earI fjffiul nnttertoni into fragments an.l scat-
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teieiutKer tli i ;rou.i'i. i nei oiougm moiig
wltOTiiein to Tnei m, such of it as the could
INwc, reoflSgidentl collect some two or three
" ash. uoiind-.
ITn i long this "Noble ReJ h-s ben per-
finifled to lumper with ihe postolliee depart-
LS lv a'"' ' ls timesonie measures were taken
Itbjnroteet mails or. tins rout. . I hese repealed
Irat'u, resulting in the destruction of mails,
mll not hf overlooked because '"it is hoped
llhatjsuc'i may not a -jam occur. J he same
liSlUao e id occur again ami again iu.t so
hSj as mails continue to pass ov-r this tout
pnitected. The military as weP as the
tegil in A'iznia, being inconvenienced by these
Bderiredatioiis, it is not lit el v that the district
Bjnrn mder woul i refuse to grant a militaiy
pr, to acjotn.i my the mail, if the same
Tucson, A. T.
Aaron Zeckendorf Louis ZscKENDOttr
Albuquerque N. M. No 19 De St., N. Y.
A & L. ZECKENDORF
R ETA I L ' D E A LEES
iOffice Chief Qr. Master
SCK. DlSTlUCT OK Tl'CSON,
Tucson-, A. T., March 20th 1869.
SEALED PROPOSALS IN
ADKbi'UCA I E will be received at this
Thee until 12 o cl ok, M., on the 20th da of
Kiril IHo'.i, tor the dHirei of FORAGE at
tollowing named places, r .
Rue-son Depot. A.
1" An .
HWk.1 M III.
E2TAI 3,930,000. 6,237,000
lid will be received separatelv for the who!
Rmo'.nt to be delir. red at each idace mei-
e.l above or any oart thereof, an.l l.i,lH.r0
11 sUt srparaiely their nrii-P i.mp n,,,.,i ;
)H coin, for Hav as well :ik for nol. ..r
. . ' - vh.u auiu ui
lor.;i..; aiepthe amount of Ha and the amount
.;aen hum oi Oram the ma he able to
N'd bids for WHEAT wMl i.,:.,
Uiduer.s will .'ive their name in
ss their place, of residence, .ni? the proposals
must hp uwntK - r i , ' ...
nou5a.i m)) Dollars, signed bv at leasi
5-respiinstoie persons as a u:.rainv, that in
Case a contract U awarded tn tli r.r n
- prjpoMng, the contract will be nccep'ed
- . w.w i. tin llllU.
l'he J ay must be of the ht ,--!; ,1-
rCOIirilrr .ill-.,,!, .... r. .! . . '
In; " v, ,,ce iroiu oot., btifks and
sine quartermaster at ihe
above m.,y direct. 1
k,n1,l?fl'"-mUStbe WeU cIfaned 0
l.o.n all tiireiL'u n'ii9n..., ,
Ihered in Hulk. U U"" 08 e"
The delivery of the Har A n,o:
ne,oi;it,'r-hi,3i pPrS0,1S f undoubted
?e l J A .StiUe!' ver...ne..t will
Ttninsd, and the u..d.r,;.,M,l .
P""'' 10 reJt an and all bid's offered,
h nmn ,,,, .., i ,.
J!isi'.iir l7nroi) two res
.. . . persons ho will becom, ,.! lor
E-ich , I,Prlorm;i" of ihe contract.
c walnut, Denartmnnf .....l r:..:. : ' r.
Manlier.: jlivisioii uom-
J orJer (0 BKI6. GEN. DEVxT.
r";',,,r:,?"b Dir!a ot" Tucson.
13 iy "sermaater, Sub District.
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC DRY GOODS
C I G A R S.
'101 LEI' ARTICLES.
VINO del TAIS
dd RIO A RAJA
PINONES &c &c.
NEW MEXICAN CARPETS and BLANKETS
hand and are
a full assortment of
Ever class olgot ds Miiiable
for this market, which we offer
on the most reasonable terma. One
of our linn resides in New York City for
the iolc purpose of buying goods, and being
con si a n tly.
Our mcrclian lise
is purchased on the most
advaiitagous terms, iliose
Who deal with us can rely upon
our itock beinr of the best quainy and
at the lowest j rice-. We would call the
attention of meicliants from this Territory
nora, to our
well assorted stock
especially suited toiheir
market, ami can conlidenily
say it wiil be to iiVir advantage
to examiiiK it before purchasing elsewhere.
hikton; hojopee, & co.
San Francisco and Fort Yuma, Califonm
Arizona City, Maricopa Wells, Sacaton,
Sweet Water ai.d Camp McDowell,
ynOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Forwarding and Commission
We wish to call .4;e aitention of the public
generally. and Merchants, particularlv, to our
facilities for Wholesaleing and Jobbin'f at LOW
We keep constantly on hand at
The largest and most General Stock of Goods
in theTenitor.or in any one House south
of San Frandisco
COMPRISING EVERYTHING THE COUNTRY
AH our goods are either importei? directly o
bought of direct importers. 'e buy nothing
from second hands ; thereby saving tho
San Francisco Jobber's Profit which is
ALU WE ASK TO HAKE.
"Live and Let Live,"
is our motto. Our terms aro
CASH. EXCLUSIVELY, and for cash,
ire ureal way." in readinejs to supply dealers,
rancheros, others, with goods, injobbinglotsat
Unprecelen1Hy Loir rrraili
IIINTON, IIOOPFR A CO.
Arizona City Dee. IJ, 1368-tf.
THE KICIIAllDSON HOUSE.
DR & MRS. N. P
HAVING leasnd the above named TTofpl
we are prepared to accommodate the public.
A thorough renovation has taken r lar-p. thp
rooms are kept clean and airy, and no pains
...:n . . t . i .i .
wm oe aiarea to mane tue patrons ot tne
'1 lie table shall be furnished with the bes
he market affords.
Roard and Lodging per week $20 00.
Board without Lodging 1& 00
Single meals 1 00
Terms cash. All bills payable week!
Tucson, Jan 1, 'G9.
F II Goodwin
A data Saaderj
GOODWIN & SANDERS,
Dealers in General Merchandise
- TUCSON, A. T.
MARKET PRI CES
S O N O R A
Prcduce of Arizona and Sonora, taken on
commission and rold' to the best advantage
for those who favor us with their confidence.
A. & L. ZECKSNDORF.
TncaoHA..T. April 11 1869 tf.
HAVE this day on hand and are constantly
receiving, a largo stock of goods selected
EXPRESSLY FORTIUS MARKET,
consisting in part of
Dry Goods and Clothing, Hats and Caps, Boot!
and Shoes, Military Furnishing goods of all des
criptions, Staple and Fancy Goods, Bolts, Pistol?,
Powder, Percussion caps, &a , c, which they
will sell cheap for cash.
Thankful fur past favors thoy respectfully solicit
continuance of public patronage.
Jan. 1, 186 9-tf,
BY TODD, CULVER & DURFEE
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 Retail.
The BILLIARD TABLES are now and of
the latest style
The proprietors will take special cartohav
everything of the best, and insures prompt
aitention to their customers.
A share of public patronage is raspectfully
Jan. 24, '69. U-2m.
V. I. JACOBS,
t. V. JACOBS
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 j.nce, &n 'extensive variety of goods,
specially selected for, and adapted to this
January 2d lS69-tf.
HIKAK S. STEVENS
Camp Crittenden, ji T.
TV"01'1'1? respectfulljr giv notice to the trading
? T public in amlaround Camp Crittenden, that
I have mat rceeivpit n I-. .. .
stock of b uuu weu ",ected
DRV GOODS, CLOTHING, GROCERIES
HARDWARE, DRUGS, MEDICINES '
nd all kinds of necessary articles, for
OFFICERS, SOLDIERS and CITIZENS
Direct from San Franci son
which I propose to sell U all at tho very
at my store, at Camp Crittenden, Arfsons
Janl. ISfi9. J
E. N. Fish,
United States Interval Revenue,
Distbict oe Arizona.
NOTICE is hereby given, in accordance with
provisions of Internal Revenue Laws, Act of
July 13th 1S66, paragraph 37, that appeals rel
ative to any erroneous or excessive assessments
ou taxes for 1869, made in this district, by tho
Assistant Assessors, will be reccivoJ and deter
mined at my office, in Preseott,, each day, during
businc.-u hours, from the fifteenth to tho thirty
first day of March.
All Mppealstuust be made in writing, specifying
the particular. cause, matter, or thing, rojpecting
which a decision ii requested, and stating the
error compliined of.
Communications sent by mail will receive imme
HENR7 A. BIGELOW.
Assessor Distriot of Arizona.
Prwcott, March 2, 1869. I3-tw.
E- 1T- FISH, & 00.,
West side, Main Street. Tucson, A. T.
NOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN"
We keep constantly on hand the largest and
most general stock of goods in the Termor?
south of the Gila. 3
Are constantly receiving fresh supplies ot
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Gro
ceries I'-ovi-ions, Hardware, Liquors in Bbla.
at d cases, Cigars and Tobacco, ia, &c, which,
weare oiferinj at exceedingly low prices.
Jan. 1, '. 32!lf
Territory of'Arizonn, 1
Count of I'ima. j
To the unknown heirs of Thomas F. McLean,
decided, their guardians, agents, tc,f and
all other persons interested
Yon are hereby notified that upon a finn
settlement of the estate of ?uid deceaed. had.
in the i'robate Court of said Count and Ter
ritory, on the 15th dav of March, A. D. 1869,
a balance of nine hundred' and thirteen dollars
and eightv-eiht cent, wn-t found dje paid
rstate, and remaining in th- handx of Soloman
Uarner, tire administrator thereof.
The undersigned having been appointed by
siid J'robate Court, ai an agent to t'ike poi
session and charge of said moneys and having
given bond as required by law, will hold th
same for the term of one year subjeot to the
iclaimand demand of the lawful heirt of said
A t the expiration of one year, said montya,
f uncalled for, will be paid iirto the Territorial
Treasury of said Territory in accordance
with the statute in such cases made fend pro
Tucson, March 13th 1869.-
JOHN B. ALLEN,
1 2 tf Territorial Treasurer.
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of Joaquin Tapia, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given by the undersigned,
administrators of the above named estate, to
the creditors of and all persons having claims
against said deceased, to exhibit the same with
the necessary vouchers, within one yar from
the date of this notice to L. B. WOOSi'ER. ai
his nore in the town of Tubac, in the county
of Pima, or to PHILIP DRACHMAN at his
store in the town of Tucson, in said county.
Date I at Tucson, A. T.,
March 22d, 1869.
PHILIP DRACHMAN )
L. B. WOOSTER ) 8w
THE COPARTNERSHIP heretofore exist
ing under the name and firm of BROWN &
BOoSELLE is this day dissolved by mutual
consent. All persons indebted to the late firm
ol Brown & Bosselle will p:ease settle up their
accounts with Mr. CHAS. O. BROWN, as he
has assumed the payment of all the debts of
THE CONGRESS HALL will hereafter bo
conducted by the proprietor, Mr. Chas. O.
Brown, hence the former patrons of the estab
lishment can rest assured that no paius will
be spared to make them perfectly oatisfitd.
f CHARLES O. BROWN.
1 JOE J. BOSSELLE
Tncson, A. T. April 4th 1869.