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" ILute Eastern Xev?s.
- New York, April 22 The Herald's Loadon
Special. sajH that London papers .caniineacvery
freely on the present Uite of affairs m Cuba.
The London OmRitnks'England and Franco
would, dedare war if theUuited J3tate3 shpul
attmpWo' wrest the -island- from paini
The Tribune special from Montreal says that
the onier ibr the withdrawal of hritish troops
from .Canada in"XTayli3 said by well informed
persons ta be kept m suspension tor a while.
Considerable excitement prevails in conse
quence of a dispatch form London that the
United States has demanded at explanation of
jhe Mary Lowell affair; this is looked upon as
another streak ofwarv Therfrench Canadians
contine to leave for the United States,
San Francisco, April 22 The new boatd of.
Commissioners appointed to examine the Cen
tral PaciGc It. R. returned a report that the
road is finished to monument statiou, leaving a
gap of only G5$6lea 'bebteea Jlie eh'daoflthe
two raods, eight hours staging. It is expected
the last rail will be laid thisrveek and the entire
road opened to general business On the 10th of
May, The company intend to lay ten miles of
track to-day this will be surpassing any pre-
Tion3 dayra work of track laying.
Helena, Montana, April 28 The most des-.
tructive lire, that' cvet yisited: this Territory
occurred itl hia, city tllis morning. Ninety
eight business house3 and about forty private
dwellings were destroyed. Total lose estimated
at not less than $300,600.
- New York, April .284Hira!d. says it is un
dentood in Washington that General Lee has
been invited to call upon President Grant at
the Whito Houso in order to confer in reference
to reconstruction in Virginia. General Lee is
now in Baltimoro with delegation of Virgi
nians interested in the Valley road, but intends
visiting Washington on his return',' and will bo
a guest of Montgomery Blair. ,
It has now coma to light that Secretary Se
ward, while the government was in a posture
of strong opposition' to French intervention in
Mexico, had authorized General Butler to fur
nish their army with nil the mu.lea they need,
New York, Aprilx29 The Tribune's Mont-
real special says: "lli desire of the people of
the New Dominion to cut.loo.e from their de
pendence upon the mother country, his receiv
ed a powerful impetus from one or two grea t
events, and whatever- course may finally be
adopted, there can be little doubt that a great
political change of 6o'me srt is uot far distant.!
Several pri rate meetings of influential persons
have recently been held here for thepurpose of
ennsidering the greaf; question of a change in
the form of government, and the general dis
satisfaction with the- present state of things is
more and moro openly expressed.
New York, April 26 A private letter from
the Antillas say3 that on the first of April a
Spanish war vessel fired upon the American
trig Ella Pennell near the Bahama Islands and
in English waters. The Spanish officers went
aboard, registeied the cargo and then per
mitted ther brig to. depart, ( ,
St Louisj April 27 T'ae earnings of the
Kansas Pacific B. B. lor the first half of the
month of .April were $102,000, exclusive ipf
contractors4 freight? The business of'the road'
is growing rapidly ; settlers are coming in largo
numbers; some counties along the line of
railroad have doubled their population within
San Francisco, April 25 Visitora.have com
menced to congregate in-the vicinity of the enll
of the Central Pacific road ; it is expected that
the laying of the last rail and the driving of the
last spike will take place next Friday or Sat
urday. The Denver and Santa Festageline is-again
in operation to; Trinidad and w'illyshortly be
extended to Elizabethtown via Maxwell's, run- j
ning first clas3 four horse coaches.
Mobile, Aptil 25 ThesteamepWElmo be
longing to the Mobile and Montgomery rails
road exploded her boiler this morning; the
stewardess was blown over board and drowned ;
six officers of the boat" were severely burned,
but no passengers hurt
Washington. April 27 It is ascertained from
an authentic source that only six vessels, have
i j : v- . a ,
Earthquake shocks are begining to be"-idani
fested again in different1 parts of the' world
They pay flying and- erratic fvisits. jOne dajr we
hear -they are in India( the next in WaleSf ho
next dancing along the the Pacific coast Now,
we ace. told, they .are coramenclugoSstrr up the
Canadians,-who can enjoy the cpnsequent ex
citement with: more zest than they can; the ex
citements dependent upon open displays of
In Chicago. Mrs. Brirhfim Younir and party
received invitations to the various places of
amusement and accepted several. ,Mrs young
is about twenty-five; accomplished and of
pleasant manners. Miss Nettie xoung, daugn
ter of Brigham,.is.a young lady of about seven-teen.
P H Goodwin ' Uaai SaaScr
GOODWIN & SAWDERS,
Dealers lit General 'jVfe'rjianclise
.TUCSON, A. T.:. '
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TTAVE this. day on , hand, and are.. constantly
recoiving, a largo stocK oi goous -sciecca
EXPRESSLY FOR THIS Jl.jYRK.lYi,
consisting in part of
Dry' Goods and Clothing, Hats and CaP3, Boots
and Shoes. Military Eurnishinc goous of all des
criptions, Staplo and Fancy Goods,- Belts, Pistols,
Powder, Percussion cap3, ic, ac, whicn tncy
will sell cheap for cash. '
iibanktul tor pastfavors thoy respectfully Solicit
continuance, oi public patronage. - r-
jan. 'i, laoa-u.
' U: S. MAIL. .
And -Expfesliine Fr6m ?Msilla
. , r j4N. M. to Tucson,' A. T. . , -
THE undersigned, will run., a weekly, two-
norse ouggyueiween me aoove poiuis, connect'
li .M-rr;ii . :'.t. i r oilUL n ja.
mg,ui .'icsiiuij wtui aisigua iui oauiac uuu iuv
East, Ef Paso, and SanA'rifonio, Texas; and at
Tudstin.'with'the L03 Angeles and San Diego
Semi-Weekly' Stage Line, and the "Weekly line
for Hermosillo and Guaymns, Sonora ; making
a connected stageline for any point in the
United States on the Pacific or Atlantic slopes
of the continent', and points in northern and
and central, Mexico. " . k
Particular attention paid to Express riiattei
and comfort of Passengers.
The company are rspousible for all Express
matter sent by their line except agniust Indians.
Sunday at , -l o'clock, p. m. , ,,'
C. II. JOliD, Passenger and Express Agen f
Tucson, A. T.
DAVIS & B A BELLA. ,
42-.3t.'" La Mesilla, ,NM
ARM Y SUPPLIES '
THE WEEKLY ARiZONAN
' ES ABLISHMENT ';.
TUCSON, A. T. ..
The only- Newspaper 'published
in the Territory1' of Arizona1'
South of the, Rio Gila.
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BJJEF AND MUTTON
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Oil Hoof or Bloci
A 11' I. Z 'O "NA.
OWhGW1 "OF ' Tiffin ,JCHIEF
Q0MHISSARY OF SUBSISJENCE,
DEPA11T-1IEXT OF CALIFORNIA
San Francisco, Cal., March 2."th, I860.
EALED PROPOSALS in duplicate. Trill lo
roceivcu at the olucc, Ho. 201 Sutter Streot
been employed in thepu'plic service in Cuban
wateri, the number being necessarily limited
by. the fact that Congress" made a great re
duction in the naTy ; but this number is eon
sidered sufficient for all necessary purposes, no
trouble with the Spanish authorities being an
ticipated:,. ' u
San Francisco, Cal.. by . the .undersigned, -tin
til.I2 o'olock-,. !!., on THURSDAY; July " 1st,
1869 (when they will be" opened) for the sup
ply and delivery'at the military posts in Ari
zona Territory, of all the BEEF and.MUTIONy
live or slaughtered, 'that may be. required ior
the troops stationed thereat during the year
The supply will amount to about 3,000
Beeves andl,000 Wethers.
".Gopy of'the present contract and .'defailed
instrnctioiis7 to' bidders can b'e'obtaineil at said
oflice,' the.Offlc'e of the ict'g. t'ConimTssary..bf,
oflibe or the A. C. S,- at any cTthe Wtary
Proposals yvill bo received for any part'oj'
the-supply. ' ' ' ' ' ' : ;
Bi'ddera are invited to be- presept at the'
opening of the bids, ' .
The right 'is reserved of rejecting a'nr or
Advertising expenses ($3p? wijllhe. bprne,
b'v the successful bidders." pro fata
; -j. mcl Taylor,
WnlH fiw 1 -'-f--lirt To? P S .
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Having lately received a
we areprepared to execute
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AliL IflNDS oi; joe-voeX
j.'i (..: LETTER-ITr ADINS;-rntoi--:
- BUSINESS- CARDS,
.. CIRCULARS, .
upon the shortcut .notico, ap.d as reasonable as
can be done this aide of Shii l'rar:cisco.
.Ve would particularly recommend our shoe
to merchants, in JSap Francisco .Cal., and New
loak, having business correspondence .iji this
section, as the only advertising medium in ,the
Territory, south-of the Rio-. .Gila, and as Tucson
s in a section of - .
GREAT COMMEKciAL- IMPORTANCE.
It is for the interest of ;very Easiness House
hat, wishes to get a share of the .trade, to adver
ise n onr columns ;jherefore, send in your
' AMZONAj OFmm-a
Governor Richard C. Mcr .
ChiefiJustice iviiiinm'f" n.er
Surveyor General Sherman -s
Dept.ColIcctor Customs -J.F ?.
xioojurer JUUI1 li Alien
- Attorney General-JaiUe, E McCaf, 4
Delegate to Congress-Colei Ba-lJ, f
i County Officers.
. Probate Judge-John.S Th0TCr
Sheriff-Peter R Brady
AUrDe -Granville II. Qar. H
JohnSGP.Taptr JhQ V I
1 robac Judge-IIcz;hiaU Brootj.
- Sheriff- A John MWo
' DistrictiAttorney. John M Itounb.
treasurer Willirtm Cory
Recorder John H Behan
' Supon-isors John G Cample!!
Probato Judge Josoph B. Tuttlt
Sheriff David King.
IHstrickAttorneyr --.Marcus D DoWu
Treasurer Robert Gol',-3
Record er.'i'i Peter Dolt,
i Superiors -vysRavena, C.Gro?i,Mp,
Public Adininistratf Jhn Jwl
county scat La Paz
Probato Judge YTni. L Ilnskdl
Sheriff EH Smith
Treasurer E .M McCarty
Recorder-Jumcs P Itull
Supervisors John Pi.nri.n. Will,.,
lii'f. Att'y A E Davis,
l'A UTB COUNTY.
Probato Judge Daniel M Thunuj.
T re n surer
IOL.I.Y. KSTKVAS OCHOA
TUJbLx & OCHOA.
Main Street, Tucson, -A. T.
HEREBY give notice to their friends and the
public generally that they hnvp received direct
irom me .hast a full and complote stocK of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIE8.- HARDWARE, &c,
ana are prepared to soli at as reasojSSio terms
as any morcliant3;lp tho Territory. Glvo us a cal
oeiore purcnasing elsewhere.--Jan.
TAKE 3TOTICE !
SEW GOODS "
DIPCT- MOM KE YORK
.. omu respecttmiy announce to thcueoploo
Tucson and vicinity,' 'that we havo on hand" a large
nnnPRTa-5Cd ?F MERCHANDISE
. ,,t,vi? Cc- V ucal EE" PASO YINP
ana AwiiuA u. which vo offer for sal o at the
owest ffirures.' i
H..LESINSKY, & CO.,
East side Main Street Tucson, A T
Jnifet Vqo;' f r ;. , : ' '
AT GREATLY . n REDUCED PRICES'
OAMP-rBOKinhfAtiaclm p1.. ''
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Hat. A' Good Supply for tnivelefs;--
connty seat St. Thouia.--.
rmiA Co. Willi nm S Baxter 3! ti"
Mortimer R. Piatt, Tucson: .l..im "
cho Pcss: J. B. .McKinnie, Fi-r -.
Yavatai Co. Henry V Flearv. I' -
R.Ferrii, W'ickenburg; T!id J I. lh:
J M Lenzarder, Camp MeDov e!I.
Yuma Co. Charles III Brinley, Ariwa
M.: D:-Dobbs, Liv'-Paz.
- - -Assistant Assessors
Pima Co. Marjt. Aldrieh, Tucson.
Yu?ua Co Tho. J. Bidwell, Ls Paz.
Yavapai Co George Lount, Prcso'.t.
PlMA Co. P R Brad Tucson.
Yuma Co Robt. Coles', La Paz.
Mohave. .Co. Jas P. BuIJ, Mohavo Ci
Places and Times of 31 oldie
vinST nismicT. S
Judge Backus Oscar Ruckalow, C!. k j
In Tucson, Piina county, commencing 'f
Monday in April, and firt Monday in 'A- JLjjj
.SECOND UlSTRICT. " &
Judge Carlter- ' 1 :
In La Paz, Yuma county, commenciaf - m
Mondayin March and first Monday in Sep it
Tn St'Thomas. Pali Ilto f!,.imtv pcinmea- Ss
tho 3d Monday in June.'
In Hardvville. Mohave ;ounfr. coiwech:
iJrst Monday in January and first Mondaju
' TUIRD DISTRICT.
Judge Turner Edward W Wells, Clerk. .
In Preseott, Yavapai county, commene -Cg
the first Monday in April and first Ji -i
SUPREME COCBT. DBS
One torm in each year at the Capital, cocs'-Jn
in tho first Wednesday after beginniug ""pcffi
gular annual session of the Legislature. .I
Buckalew, Clerk. Q
ALL persons are wafnod against trespi"
he property of tho MOWRY SILVEKk "
Work wjll boresumea on an extensive'sc1
as prbpor arrangements can be made, salt:
union oitne country will justify it. Then
has been placed in the hands of tho Militwi-. -i
Grant,;U.. S. AI Commandor-ln-chief, at tie" l
of the undersigned..- AM just and legitime '
acafnstfhiif'niif,f.v..,.in f:-..i.l ..n,.nif.iv
I .nil! ttftViw i.ill I. A n ... 1 1 ...I ..nr.n 1
of "wprk.ttiThu unddrtiVrifid- mKo nnon biicttif
in Arizona, :tp.scprrthat tt -bpirit of thiJ'-jHl
carried out. - ' '
SYLVESTER MOW m
. . 3Iowry Silver MiBips"- gfl
New YofkOtctl, 'b'7- m
!;- Office'' IticnartlsbnV J Hotel. ,