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LEUS,.LLOW-rEEM.VG MAKES VB WONDROCS
SsERMrPage, well Knowing mat even .1
Ifccki.owledgeinent maj chaei r a bach
Hfjgplaced in our sanctum u
011 oao celebration on Monday last
t&ay of some fiftv naked savages
IBh paint, and howling like demons
" PM:,iK danced around nn Apache scalp
'' l Qt:gi from a staff.
'atLODliHlBSDXT last a party of Indians num
BafeS ! ten mnH-adeacent upon.aherd of
r50 madeardescent upon.a herd of
SlSnTto A. Lazard (better known
SMEhv'') drove off the herders ana cap
,f Gooi.S55SfeStire herd. Unfortunately there re
south Sg Camp Lowell olny sufficient troops
Sin the Post so that immediate pursuit
U4 be made. But little hope is enter-
ggRfrecovcring any of the stock.
'""'"iSBKichardion. Hotel will be reopened,
othiD fesftbo I7th inst, in the houe of W S
lh table will be supplied with the best
thefearket ; Lodgers will find comfortable
fiflfe- 'lE0 make this
men lay deadj.he was therefore undecided vrha1
t rf i,oa nnf nocurred since
sb' wJngWjmcut in conducting a public j ournal
:alc". klSSft that we have been called upon to
'"g'gSSBdeparture of any gentleman whose
aHh rawal from our midst has caused such an
r - :in
himaaTTexpreBgion ofregret in our commumiv
departure of the subject or tnu nouce,
Sfer Carao McDowell on the 10th inst-
about nine months since General
a here from Preicott and relieved
Crittenden in the command of this
let; during that time all ot that un-
i ti t i i t
'energy and sKill lor wmcn no oecame
during the rebellion has been exer
its ulmost to put down our terrible
the Apaches." Notwithstanding the
inmberof men furnished him has-been so very
'success has attended many ot Ins ct-
tran" e as it mav sound abroad, about
successful demonstrations made against
"ches in southern Arizona since the ad-
the California Volunteers, has been
un'er the management of General
it in lti3 command of this sub.Distric.
Gentleman and solii'ir wc have not
st.nnvi.ir nf General Dcvin in all our
sxperiettc in :uid out of the army. With his
1UE fnaryteristic -unpretending way of governing
t'ulmaRoremeiitJ ; he left us ivrhout any dia
pJaySahd so quetly that .but very few of our
tf" Jitwknert' anything about it, otherwise hu
ijjaTe received that parting compliment
B juyjOjustly entitled to. We-hear-tbe expreS
tCo "OMgtjregrst universal in 'consequence of hia
bjnngEalled from us to another field of labor.
1 lh goftrust that every success will atteud him
jrherever he may go.
RE fP"Tk outuage. The most daring as well
isdisasterous in result.
Q r??MbvIndians in this section of Arizona, mna
SCted on Tuesday last: The train oi
aKgrAially & Ochoa, consisting of nine
gonsmnd some eighty mules, left hereon
SS5IaSt lade" with SOerument freight for
':SariaP iuesday morning they dis.
coTCtgtta large party of Indians at a short dis
tancgSKnd eridently preparing to ma! nn
)fggbe wagon master, who bears a very
mnV a nut to tii t i. . .
i Sr us " SKUId' mdian-hghter, im-
fawiy ordered his wagons hauled around
n'g&2EFortn a circle and then turning fl,0
e&moleithin this inclosnre, entered with the
seaSaBagrty.sonie fourteen men, and awaited
,PiiC.aCh 01 the Indians. These cunning
.n1 samaaais well aware thatthev eonM nKt;
v -..v.! uu uosnnate resistance
ust be fatal to manv of them. annt.
flue of their parly who, addressing the I
roaster bv name. (Sunt-, n,. i.-
, , ' v " tuy mm
aS; the Indians did not wish to
4mmilu ur u,s Pty; that they were stron:
men lay aeaa;.xie was mcreiure uuuchu ".
courfie to ptii-sue when an unexpected arrival
accomplished his rescue seven cayalry men,
onminir from 'damn Grant to Tucson, arrived
oliarrP(l'. bodv of Ih
dians who ffero yelling like demons at a short
distance, but were driven back with two oi meir
number wounded. The sergeant in charge
ooointr tlinf. tt.'wnuH hft ntter madnes3 to con
tend further against a party of Indianshose
number had now increased to over three hun
drBd". and that his stock of ammunitioiAmus1
soon run short, as it required a constant fire to
keep the Indians at bay, now agreed with the
wagon master to leave everything and save tneir
lives. The whole nartv accofdinsrl v issued forth in
l' ' l J a J
a body, while the. Apaches who had lost several of
their braves did not deem it prndent to attempt
to make them prisoners, but after dis
patching a clond of arrows after them from
behind every thicket, then took possession. Ere
the escaping party lost sight of the Indians in
the distance, they discovered the flames and
araoke arising from the burning wagons and
Upon the arrival of this news in Tuc5on, Col.
Barnard started for the scene of the disaster
and returned on Friday evening after a fruit'
less pursuit of two days and nights.
Messrs Tully & Ochoa have-lost in this raid
property td the amount of about $12,000, and
t;he loss to the government and to parties at
Camp urant, when added, will make a total
loss of hardly less-than $20,000. y .
detail this is nothing more than might have
been foreseen and who is blamable ? Cer
tainly some one is not Messrs. Tully & Ochoa,
for all who live under a government aqd pay
taxes are entitled to protection of person and
property; for this are taxes paid nor can we
attach blame to the military in Arizona they
dare not furnish escorts; they are circum
scribed by orders to the contrary. We confi
dently hope that this occurrence, with the
weight of various other incidents of a similar
nature thrown in, may suffice to open the eyes
of the higher military authorities to the fact
that troops may be as judiciously employed in
tha immediate protection of property as in the
pursuit of its destroyer.
GaIgh, the Photographer, wil leave Tucson for
tho summer. Person wishing pictures will call
within three weeks, 2w
'21 San some St., San Francisco.
Li It. JACOBS
Tucon, A. T
ir. i. jicoBS & co.
DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDIZE
Main Street, Tucson, A. T
OFFER for sale at a great reduction from
ruling prices, an extensive variety of goods,
specially selected for, and adapted to this
January 2d lS69-tf.
IintAJl S. STEVENS
Camp Crittenden, A. T.
OULD jespectfully.ive notice to the tradine
uuvuu m " uuu uuiu vriiionaen. mac
avo just received a large and well selected
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 sell to all at tho very
at my store, at Camp Crittenden, Arizona.
E. N. Fish,
E. N. PISH, & CO.,
West side, Main Street. Tucson, A. T.
7'II0LESALli AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
We keen constantly on hanrl thfi lnrrrpst: nnA
r j o .v
most general stock of goodB in the Territory
souiu oi me una.
Are constantly receiving fresh supplies oi
ury uooas, iJiotaing, Joots and 3hoe3, Gro-
ai d cases, Cigars and Tobacco. sc, &c., which
weare.o jennjj at, exceedingly low prices.
Jan, 1, '9. 32!tf
Tucson," A. T.
.UroN ZeCKEXDORF- - LOCIS ZtCKEKDORP
Albuquerque N.JT, No 19 Dey St.,-N.Y
A. &. Lf ZEOKENDOEF
.... - , t
E E T AIL' D .E. A;;E1E S
CASH STORE I
TUCSON. A r
HAVING received a T,n-
Fall Goods, embracing supply of Summer and
assortment of Drv 0 a general and complete
dross goods, of c goods, Fancy good, Ladies
Cloaks and S' -rery description, Hatsand Caps,
Crockory, r aawls, Boots and Shoe3, Hardwareand
adhoreV . droeories and Provisions, eto.. etc. W
ablv . -o a cash system anil .sell our goods remark
low. Give us a ea!L
Jan. 1, 69
FOREIGN and DOMEBTiCDUY 'GOODS
HATS&CAPS - "
toilet articles. . .
VINO del PAIS
del RIO ABAJA
PINONES &c ic.
NEW MEXICAN CARPETS aud BLANKETS
'We' " "
han.u hnd arc : ...
r co.1istantlyreceiving .
V full assortment of
Every clas3 ofgoods suitable
for th.ia market, which we offer
on the most reasonable terms. One
of cHir firm resides in New York City for
ihe.BQle purppse of buying goods, aud being
Our merchandise t to
is purchased onthettoi
Who deal with us can refv fKJh
IT Havo this day apnointod E. D. TUT
JLAgont f6r GEORGE A. JOHNSON
Goneral P -M.US, J.
"Fort Yu.va, Cal., April 23d joqq .
A Good Book for Agents
A Statistical and Doscriptivo Summary of tho
Iincs and Minerals. Olimato. Tnnn
vunuiu, luiuiuiuuiures ana uommerco ot tho Pa-
ciUo states and Territories : including LOWER
BIA and ALASKA,
By DOtf. J. ROSS) BROWSE,
Complote in Omo Largo
of 874 Pages, Price SI.OO,
fif tram 1 torce an(l advised
-r S unarmed. The wagon
SfeW tbat , could have
-uuane could no longer hold it. No
iuu me Indian translate .t Mo rn.
'KSJiSS Ule wagon maafor'-c ra .i..- , .
JEiS&a. The little Z Z. Zl "r
'Tat interVa,S' -tileinthe
S?: hnl1o. cn cnarge by well
bullets from iv;n.; nr.. , .
jaSSBBL,,,:", UlB abou"en hours, the
m&:: rerea stock 0f am
nJaBsa wa r v f tbat his stock of -
mm 3 abUt esh!iUd aDd three of his
This is tho ChsaDept Work ovnr nfTnrnfl ?n h,;,
4 . .M IUIJ
market to Subscrintion Acfints. .anrl ;t ?j
pact with nsefnl information, Invaluable to MER-
uiiAiiio, J3oiii,iurttC5, xujiuu ajnius, JStc., and
s oi uoep micresi to Aiiii UidJjsiiS I
K. H. BANCROFT & Go.
Sau Francisco, Cal.
UNITED STATES INTERNAL
DISTRICT OE ARIZONA. .
TkTOTICE is horehv
Xl provisions of Excise Law, that tho Annual
Internal Revenuo Taxes haro become due atl
f payable, and that PETER R. BRADY Esq ,
Deputy Collector, will bo in attonuance to receive
tbo same on the First day o Juuo next, at his
office in Tucson, for the County of Pima.
If any person shall necrlet tn nnv for mnra
, -. -o . iJ .
than TEN DAYS from said dut. tVin f n
I scribed by law will be added.
: Pbescott., May 1st 1S69. 3t
BY TODD & DUREE.
The Best South of San Francisco
Main Street. Tucson. A T
THE best of WINES LIQUORS and CIGARS
imported direct tor this Houses kept
constantly on hand, for sale
The BILLIARD TABLES
... "VIT OUU Ul
tne latest style
The oronrietora will ta?rf
everythmir of the best, and inquroa nrAmnf
aweution to their customers.
A share of publie patronage is respectfully
Jan. 24, '69, " 24-3rri.:
our stock boingf the best quality and .. .
the lowe.st.Dnco. We would call the.
attention of merchaatffoa this Territory
nora, to our '',
well assorted Htoolr - ':.
especially suited to their
market, and can confidently
Bay it win ne to their advantn
.. ....I uc iu meir advantage
to examine it before purchasing else.' 1 "
Territory of Arizona,
Uduny of i'lma. J
10 the unknown heirs of ThnmfHj TnTan
deceased, their guardians, agents, &c and
uu oiuer persons interested :
You are herebv nntifisfl ah nf. nnnn o Ann
settlemeiit'of the estate of said deceased, had
in me rrooate Uourt ot said finnntw n,7 To.
. . - rj xvi
ntorV. on the 15th dav Of Irirpli A 71
a balance of nine hundred and thirteen dollars
anc eisrhtv-eisht cents?, was fonnrl An. nm
estate, and remaining m the hands of Soloman
warner, the administrator thereof.
The undersicned havincr hopn nrKrimntorl Kt.
oaiu xruuuie uourt. aa an .icrpnt tn tnL-o rna
session nnd charge of said monevs iind ha
given bond as reauired hv law. TO;il hnU tho
r- .... . J
aamc mr tue term oi one year subiect to the
iclainrand demand ot the lawful h pir n" cnir?
At the expiration of one year, said moneys,
f uncalled for. will be naid intn 4ho To
lreasury ot said Territory in accordance
with the statutes in such cases made and pro
Tucson, March 19th;lSG9..
. . JOHN B. -ALLEN,
, '-. ..... Agent and
- 12 tf Territorial Treasurer.
MARKET PRI CES
S .0 N O R A,
JP b. a B U C -M
Produce of 'Arizona and Sonora, taken on.:
commission and sold to the best advantage".
or those who favor us with' their confidence. T;
A. & I, ZECK'SNDORE. .
-Tucson, A. T. April M 1869 -tf.