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The Weekly Arizonian. (Tucson, A.T. [Ariz.]) 1868-1871, April 24, 1869, Image 3

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IT02IAL PARAGRAPHS.
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HEBI5 arc peupiw "
Bt u t,.t for itthev renounce '30me
IsTeve.s's Train, from Fort Yuma, arrived
EvednesdiT,. laden, mm vurujriimaici a
... .1- .1 t. T-
SSBatin salons are tailing inrougu uj
( - .
i ii.. tti nf "Dp Richardson
rp.ea?. ana
ieMfres'i vigor in cohsequence. ?
IRU not seen tf copy of the rreacotc
kHt . .v nV Ma rrn nr( KOrrV aS
enlftir a monm. ,
EfSggct sometimes mrnisncu u mnu ..uo.
this town who ,lov
.1 . 1.1 nnfl i7 1 Vl
fSHFand choose me com uuui, uu um-
ttfgcs3 of the prison cell.
wittle8EV, said to be insane, and for
tastftwo weeks in conGuement, in conse-Ssi-was
yesterday morning put aboard
tnuS of IL Stevens, an route for Yuma.
(IJfroipecls on the Gila are, according
fiorfs, very encouraging ; so much so that
eSur citizens have moved thither with
indention ofspendiug the . summer in the
;'5$mn ofland. The Bcltlemenrof Fior-
i';fl?5fiil!v rrowin2 and will, doubtless
lonflHe one of the most popujous ( points
i
aegicrmory
;eached here this Morning that on the
aEnSfi a 'ar" PartJ I'1"''0-113 attacked
.aSent train near Camp Crittenden. The
cSKsilaiJ to have been made within fu
Tfmhnt nost. and resulted in the killing of
'Jglafers and the capture of twelve mules by
Indiana,
fjR it: That some people who have
BPBl .till Yinf TtT n 1 1 o ct i in
IMCOut, ii"" '""""i v v
SrSRiii" an oxistance? We have r'o-
5eMn this ci'y crowd of such. individual
yjjj go hungry rather than work for
Sho will go half naked rather than
Tfoffplothes ; in short, tney ao notning
inSui they can find a "den" in which to
RSKfiiid thus, halt starved, halt naked
iuSoBjJ all wuo have any self-respect
. ..i. j n..7
out a wreicnea aim iuic inc. xruivt
... .1. . n r
manl are U ujsjjince iu mu uaiiuaaiun
aifd deirrve to be driven beyond the
itiaryili- of industry that their lazy dis
aonsimay no longer be pampered by even
oraellbf bread obtained by the hand of
svllQ'he fact that this class of men have
flUeiarved to death within the past three
sj3 proof enough that some hands, not
OWHahara been working for them.
Kffb'ehuld 1 Here comeB a genius, poem
m"dHand strongly imbucdwitn a spirit of
gjtion. lie is resolved to overcome so it
oveagou to earnestly iuvoke the Muse3
jjSiae bring your giievences to a matri-
iallcrlsis immeiiately.
KOitor ino louowing was suggsstoa by
jjgjjfco.poomu) to Joaquina, by C. v., p,ub
dSigour last issua. 0. V, will doubtless
ilarmcd whim ho soci it. and fear file' 'oppo
a Ioba encjuntsred in tho ''machine poo try"
aossgbtit opposition is the life of trade. A
ifimoupt of the same article is kopt oh1 hand
willloet mnde to order and furnished the
ieaslniouarto rates. Packages in ' quanti
ofiaifpu't up for country Dealers,.
TO LUCINDA. ' '
EmkutkT-7 Th?. dtiplajan ;MaintrcctfTn
ihe evening, otiprtiv JstJ hough po t con
ducted in conformity with the regulations oftbe
''rinf" was, nevertheless, pugilism worthy of.
proper notice. It was a "free fightt":rouQ m
Tucsouj A. T
Aaron Zckekdorf Lodis ZccKKKrinnr
Albuquerque N.M.' Ntf 19 Dey St., N. Y.
ev a gat deceive.
UUljOveiy ijucmua, you had better '.'look onl.
itralata fellow around. Jon't know what ht's
about.
!sben watching tho moon on a wintorv
ldlJQ sroly afraid ho has injured hii
KigSt.
irorSlMid he aro intimate, as we're told
eiaflttfes the Ii-'htofdav" for him to l,nhw
dtealoes "her radient
Shore,"
Mjfuiii liken them to "eyes, such as never
iW.ero oeiore. :
tcll of his gifts and what siehts he has
seea
and Ttrinrli 'Ini.l ,r..n t.:
haf been : : . , ,
VtSoUh wonderj he's soon, ho saya they're
Mbcaoath ' J
gonperful beauty of his fairy one's teeth,
jSSJSpriaU of children" he's watched oa
aoaMfitraymg enrapturodon
uujgTnuo straau,
tho smooth
fflHS???8,'.'' hear him -declare,
atEho"feet of his fair one aro har.l tn
&ou Lncind the thing yery meet
rest11 ii.n,o luus oi
never
Sbr-ad?-y'll fail net to noto
1S ?-A,t rS Jon. be well on your C.a?d
ffibs heann3 frotu this gUshing
t? l a Ilkc the
which- Tinv nerson was welcome to taUe a-
hand";
Round 1st B. attempts to conduct his nag
within the door.ofZ's establishment ; he only
wishes to plact his;shaggy "plug" near to Zs
almw.iviso fnr thfi hurnose of conlrasttus him"
wifli ftTfl qTriimatrinal little wax nonies in said
case.
Round 2d W. insists- that B'b horso must
not enter, whereupon, B doubles 'Up his maul-
pr .ind'ails into" W.. but receives a shock
on the nasal organ which quite destroys his
sense of smellingpro tern. - . .
Round 3d Z. now requests, .then demands
that peace be restored, when a random thrust
from some rebellious fist takes effect about
half wjiv between that erontlenun's noie and
chin. He retires.
Round 4th & -half strangled, and bearing;
in his throat, marks indicating recent and ex
treme pressure bydenifingers, rushes thr.ough
the crowd and informs the public that he (B)
has been "choked."
Hound 5th T expresses sympathy with B
is sorry that B has b'eeu deprived the natural
privilege of respiratisn for evon "one moment,
outreceivea from B, by way of acknowledge--
ment, an application somewhere in the region
of the optics, .which .multiplies T's power of
vision, causing him tosee objects double.
Round 6th P, with sUff of office arrives
all are quiet arid amiable in a momerit.
A. & L. ZEOKENDORF
W.'Hp.L.E S AL E
.AND
R E T-A-H ;D E A:LIKR S
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC DRY GOODS
CLOTHING, . '
LIQUORS, . . ...
CIGARS.
, . , BOOTS,. '., ,
, .... SHOES, ,.
.HATS&CAPS
CARPETS,
MHiuiuitNiiiS,
TOILET ARTICLES. '
' " FANCY ARTICLES,
VINO del PAIS
del RIO ABAJA
PINONES &c 4c.
NE W MEXICAN' CARPETS and BLANKETS
The following i? a Statement of the raes
aL which contracts have been awarded for the
sunnlvinff of cram and hay at tuo various.
i i j - - .
military posts in the sub district of Tucson :
CAMP LOWEI.Ti.
Ym. Zeckendorf 1,OOJ,000 grain2.68cts.
300 tons hay$14.00
Johu Anderson 500 do- do $rj,40
CAMP CIUTTENDKN.
A. Lazard 125,000 pounds grain3.25cts,
600,000 do do3.49cts.
L. B. W'ooster-5il torishay?15 00
CAMP WALLEN
A. B. Barnes 2 00,0D01bs grain4.25cts.
W.n Zeckendorf 3-10.000 do -.33cts.
Richardson 412 tons hay$13.73.
; CAMP BOWIE. .
Ttilly & Ochoa 550.0001bs grain 4.43 cts.
. 430 tons hay18.60.
CAMP GRANT.
Chas. P.! Hayden 560,0001b3 grain4-lcts
Haines 4o0 tons hay25. 00. '
The undersigned, from and after this dat'el
retires from all connection with the Arizo
xi an : Will collect no oues a:ter tms date tor
either Subscription, Advertising or Job Work I
belonging to thg Arizokiax or don in this
othce, heretolore.
April 15th, 1869
t We .
; have on .
hand and are
constantlyreceiving
a full assortment of
Every class ofgoods suitable,
for this market, which' we offer
on the most reasonable terms, One
of our firm resides in New York City' for
the sole purpose of buying goods, and being
in
market
constantly,
. Our merchandise
is purchased on the most
advantageous (arms. Thoso
Who deal with us can rely upon
our stock being of the best quality and
at the ldwest prices. We would call the
attention of merchants from ibis Territory
. . an
also
i . from So-
nora, to our
well assorted stock,
especially suited to their
. , market, and can confidently
say it will be to their advantage,
to .examine it before purchasing elsewhere.
San Francisco and Fort-Yuma, Californii
Arizona City, Maricopa Wells, Sacaton,
Sweet Water and Camp McDowell,
Arizona.
o ... M
fllOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
General Merchandise. "i
.
Forwarding and Commission'
Merchants.
K
We wish to call the attention of tho public'
generally, and Merchants, particularly, to our''
RATES8 f"r WIlole3aleinS and Jobbing at LOW '
Wo keep constantly on hand at
ARIZONA CITY
The largest and moat General Stock of Gooda
in the Territory, or in any one House south
of San Frandiaco.
COMPRISING EVERYTHING THE COUNTRY
REQUIRES.
All our goods arc either importod directly of
bought of direct importers, Wo buy nothing
from second hands ; thereby saving tho
San Franoisco Jobber's Profitwhich is
ALL WE ASK TO HAKE. .. '
"Live and Lot Live,"
is our motto. Our termj aro
UAijII. EXCLUSIVELY', and for cash,
wc are always in readiness to supply doalers,
ranchcros, & others, with goods, in jobbing lots at
Unprecedented!- Low for cash
HINTON, nOOPFR tt CO.
Arizona City Dec. 19, 1868tf.
THE RIO IT AED SON HOUSE-
BY
DR. & MRS. N. P. RICHARDSON
o
HAVING leased the above named Hotel.
we are prepared to accommodate the public.
A thorough renovation has taken rlace. the
rooms are kept clean and airy, and no pains
will be spared to make the patrons of the
House comfortable.
The table shall be furnished with the bes
he market aflbrds.
Terms.
Board and Lodging per week 20 00.
Board without Lodging , 16 00;
Single meals 1, 0Q,.
Terms cash. All bilis payabje weekly
Tucson, Jan 1, '69,
iff
SEALED PROPOSALS in
QUINTDPLICATES. will be received at the
oGGce of tho undersigned, in Tucson, A. T.
until 12 o'clock, on Monday, April 26th. 1869
or the supply of the United States troop3 and
. .7 "i-i .1 n tv i . -i
employees siauuueu at xuuaon uepot ana
Uamp Lowell A X. trom July Jst 18uy to
ime 30th, 1870 with .b'KUSU. JBflJif, on the
block.
About FOUR THOUSAND pounds, more
or less will be required per month.
Bidders will state their price in United States
GOLD COIN, per pound and they are re-
quested'to be present at tho opening of the
bids.
Each bid mu3tbe signed by two responsible i
persons, , who .will, become sureties, for the
nthful ' performance or the' Contract if
awarded ; and each set of bids must be ac
companied by a copy of this advertisement.-
Further.particulars will be given by the'un-
dersignod upon application.
: GO. SMITH.
Capt. and Asst. Quartermaster U, S. A. :
' A. G. S. ' .
Tucson Depot, A. T.
April 8th, 1869: ' . .
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' . 1 - 7
HI GHEST
. . . t
MARKET PRICES
PAID FOR
A ll Z O N-A-
s .
: o 2 .
A M
AND
P E O D U C E.
. I . JACOBS,
221 San some St., San Francisco.
I). .11. .JACOBS
Tucon, A.J!
M. LMA0OBS -& CO.
DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDIZE
o-
Main Street, Tucson, A. T
OFFER for sale
i r " i-, v iv&u
waaaerer from far . rulintr oricesl an rMtpnsivn vnrinfr hf rnnflb-
vlfrfJiSi'., I -a. i- . , . fjy-yj.
-0050m. .. specially seiecteC tor. and ndatited to this
no n no ueems it ' i . ' r
market.. -
January 2d lS69.-tf.
Produce of Arizona and Sonora, taken on
co.nmi3Sion ana rou 10 inc De&i auvaniage
or those who favor us with their confidence.
: A. &'L' ZECK2ND0RF.
Tuon,iA:! T.i Apr,iW.4S69
"tf.
CONTINENTAL
BILLIARD SALOON.
B TODD & DDRFEE.
The Best South of San' Francisco.
Main Street, Tucson, A. T.
THE best of WINES LIQUORS and CIGARS
Imported direct for this-House kept
Oonstantlj:.on hand, for sale
Wholesale aud Retail.
The BILLIARD TABLES are new and of
the latest style
The. proprietors will take special care to have
everything of the best, and insures prompt
attention lo their customers.
A share of public patronage is respectfully
solicited.
Jan. 24, '69, 24-3m.
NOTICE.
Territory of Arizona, )
County of Pima, )
To the unknown heirs of Thomas F. McLean.
deceased, their guardians, agents, &c and
all other persons interetcd :
You are hereby notified that upon a final
settlement of the estate of said deceased, had
in the Probate Court of said County and Ter"
ritory, on tha 15th day of March, A. D. 1869, "
a balance of nine hundred arid thirteen dollar
and eighty-eight cents, was found due said
estate, and remaining in the hauds of Soloman
Warner, the administrator thereof.
The undersigned having been appointed by,
said Probate Court, as an agent to take po3-",
session and charge of said moneys and having
given bond as required by law, will hold the
same for the term of one year subject to the
iclaimand demand of the lawful heira of said
deceaaid.
At the expiration of one year, said moneys,
f uncalled for. will be paid into the Territorial
Treasury of said Territory in accordance
with the statutes m such cases made and proy
vided. f
Tucson, March 19th 1869. ,-i
JOHN B. ALLEN,
' ' Agent and
' 12 tf Territorial Treasurer. '
dr. ar. p. niciiAKDSoar.'
.. Office Richnrdson'B Hotel. .
TUCSON, A. T.
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