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Late Eastern Sc.ws.
F JJ-Goodwin
-Adam "Saatlc
jHEWEEKLY ARl'ZONAK'
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(From Mm of the daily New Mexican.)
Chicago, May 10 Secretary Boutwell is
bavin a full inventory made of everything con-
not rieSed; costing near-half bmillion-dbllarsj
will be disposed of
Thp Times' special says the cabinet did
nothing regardiugthe Cuban question; TbeJ
Secretary! ofistatehasjdeclafeditffat there fisfl
nothing beiore nis aeparwuem suuwiug laai an
expedition has left this country. B.e looked upon
the newspaper reports as greatly exaggerated.
The government of Spain has never officially
informed this govornment 0,9 to any insurrec
tion in Cuba and it would not be expedient to
issue a proclamation, ot neutrality. The-Presi
dent Jand cabinet finally decided against' the
present repeal.
New York, May 10. The Sun has an ac
count of a gold discovery at Iloboken, where a
ledge of rock was opened to take out stone for
foundation of the Steven's free college. Some of
therock, giolded seventy dpllars pertoai ,..- j
New York, May 12. The Tribune's special
From London says the initial steps .haye. been
taken for an alliance, offensive and' defensive,
between England, France,and Spain against
theUnited States. Sumner,8; speech, tho fillibus
tering tendencies of Grant's administration,
and th(T' jeppr'te'd connivance at expeditions
from the United States against Cubnrar being
made the pretest for the necessity bf'swlr an
alliance. ' . '( V'1'
Washington-, May 1 1 Orders have been tel
egraphed f to' the federal officials at New Or
leans to look 6harp after certain Caban
expeditions said to be fitting out there.
Receipts for internal revenue for the present
month average half a" million1 per day: Receipts'
for customs aLio continue heavy.
Coin balance in the treasury $87,000,000,
bonds 20,000,000.
Government to-day received advices direct
from the insurrectionary district-of Cuba giving
information of movements in . that quarter.
Cuban synipathizershere;"state; that there are
now 25,000 inenjri the uban army, of whom
2,500 are, Americans, anu .3,1)01) more' arneri
cans will soon be there. These parties say that
the suqeess pf the Cubans is sure if our govern
ment recognizes them as belligerents.
Fabius, confidential agent of the Santa Do
mingo government, had an interview with
secretary Fisk on the subject of annexation
which will soon receive official consideration.
Washington, May 11 The Postmaster Gen
eral hearing that certain western .contractors
are in the habit of throwing off mails to.'ruake
room for passengers and. express matter,, has
fined two, of them one thousand dollaiseach,
and. will , apply this rule in every .case jheoe,
partraent will also withhold pay in every in
stance where a trip is not performed, no n. utter
what the cause may be.
New Ycrk, May 11 A Washington dispatch
aaya it is thought that, the infamous proclama
tion of Count., Vlalraazeda, .commander of the
eastern department of Cuba, .will lead to trouble
between Spain and the United .States.
New" York, May 11 It' is reported "here to
day that the difficulty between Fisk and the
Union Pacific railroad has been coniproiniied.
Havana, May 11 Gen. Dulce has returned
from Matamoros. Lighting is reported goinj
on near Nuevitas n"d particulars.
Denver, May 11 At 1:30 p. m., at Promon
tory Point, after the conclusion of a prayer at
li:4y, tne last gold spike was presented and
driven in at three strokes. Each Btroke was
simultaneously sent ove'r tne ivirea to New
York and san Francisco. At the latter place
a gun was nrea as tne strokes were given, and
great ntbusiaim wa3 manifeated.veriheiactf),
that- tne iPOn band that uniteaoceau td ocearf
was complete.
The weather for the past five or six days has
been very stormy, .heavy winds prevail accom
panied by thnnder, Iijhtnin!: and rain. On Sun
day last a heavy hail storm set in hail falling
NevYork Mayl2. -TK& C
Marmel, has issued a proclamation responsive
to that of the Spanish general, Valmazed, in
wnicn ne proclaims war to the death against
Spaniards. A
J,ne independence beige, reports the story
of rupture between the Pope and the Spanish
government, onjaceouiiwpf attempted, dictation
in opamso anarraioy tuerope, f r
New York. May 12 Tribune's Atlanta
special says Judge Adk-hii, j publican senator
iiuiu 11.111.c11 uuuuij, iuu :witixusiihs)uaieu on
Monday Ia't, had been repeatedly warned not
to enter the comity althoujrht it was his birth
place and home. Paying 110 attention to threats
he started home a few days ago and arrived at
Ueenng station where his carnage was waitin
1.:. nn.:i. j- 1 1
iur mm. uuuu procueuing nomewaras, and
wuuui iwp miies 01 nis nouse, .a man issued
iruiu iub vruuuh anu uiiueu iur. AuKins wno re
cognized him : his salutation was returned ac
companid by the presenting and firins'of the
assassins pistol, the bullet piercing the senator's
heart? Mr. Adkms.was a itanuch republican,
and core an lneproachafale private character
He wa8,pne, of the delegation pf Georgians who
visaed General Grant some weeks ago, and is
the second member of the legislature arid 'of
that delegation murdered since the adjourn
meut of Congress.
Dealers in General Mercliaiidise
TUCSON, A. T.
AVE this day. on hand and aro constantly
receiving, a large stock of goods sclcetod
EXPRESSLY FOB "THIS MARKET,
consisting in part of
Dry Goods and Clothing, Hats and Caps, Roots'
and Shoos, Military Furbishing good3 of all des
criptions, Staple osd Fancy Goods, Belts, Pistols,
Powder,. Fortassion caps, &c, tfre.j which they
will cheap for cash. t .
Thankful for past favorsOhoy respectfully solicit
continuanco of public patrona go.
Jan. 1, 1569-tf. . :
SOUTHERN 0.,EIiLAK
TJ. S. M AIL. .
Ariii Express Line. BromJ..Mesiii?
&JL- to Tucson, A. T-
DEtel : 'undersigne'd'Will run- Ja?weekly Ivm-
horse buggy betwee.n..thealDye points, connect'
ingat MesUja with stages for Santa Fe and the
Eas'tj'El Paso, and San Antonio, Texas; aniLat
TucsonJhniha Vjax' Aoge'les and Saa .Diego
Semi-Weekly Stage Linerand the Weekly line
foe Herinosjllo and, Guavyias, Sonora"; 'making
a coiytctedjstag dine ., for any point,' iu' the
United States on .the, Pacific or Atlantic slopes
of theccntipM-j, and points in . northern aud
and ceptral Mt-.ico. , -
Particular attention paid ytq.,14spre33 matter
and comfort of Passengers. . ..
The companyare responsible, fp.? : all Express
matter sent by their line except against Indians.
liuggies leave lucsoii and Mesilla every
Sundayit,'Lfl'clockrni- mr,-,.'T f '-,--":
Cf MOllD,- PasYey aiYd'ExpreS's Agen ,
Tucson, A. T. - j j 1 ; - . 1 t !
r DA.V'I&'& UAKULLA.
42s3t. ' '- T La Mesilla, N. M
rpbanjgenerii
'
ESABLISHMENT !
' , TUCSON,' A.' T. ' ' ,;
.Tiic only Newspaper published,
in the Territory oiArizona:.:
Shi.
ii South of the Rio Gila;
lA"RsM'Y'STJPPilE"S-
BEEF AND--MUTTON
On Hoof or Block
A E I z; 0,:M. A
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0TTICE GE-IPME-CIIIEE
C0MMISSAEY 0I?,SI7SSISTE?TCE, ' '
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San Frajici&co.-Cal,. March 25th, 186D. -
CI EALED PROPOSALS in duplicate, will bo
O received at the oliico, No. 201 Sutter .Strcot
san rrancisco, uai., Dy me unuersigneu uu
til 12 o'clock,' M., on 'THURSDAY July 1st,
18G9 (wliert they will be' opened) for th'e sup
ply'and delivery at ihe-mtlifary posts in Ari
zona Territory , of ail the REEF and MUTTON,
live or slaughtered, j-jbat- mayj'be required,; for
tlie" troops statioued JherBatL duribg tie '.yean
1870.
Thxi supply will .amount ','to about 3;000
Beeve3 and 1,000 Wethers.1 , . '
fnnir nf tlir nrpsnnt.' (nnlmpt rinfl' rlptniliitl
instructions td bidlers"c'aif be Obtained at said
oflice, at the office of the Aclg. Commissary ol
Subsistence-at Wilmington, Lai, .and at the
office of the A. C .uny ofthe Military
posts in Arizona IcEritoryX O r I
Proposals will bo received for any part of
the supply. -,'"..
Bidders are invited to be prssenf 'at th
opening of th'd bids, ' ; jo hii'.-.i 1. : "i"
The, rght is . reserved: of rejecling .any or
all bids. : : :v. . ,
AdvertislDg.expenses C3,G2)y will be bonie
07 the? successful uiuders, pro.raia
. . 'Bl't.lCoL-.rC.'
lapt.'SHv;'
TV)
Federal Officers.
Governor Rifibard C. McCorraick, TW
ocorciarj viJuua jl x. iuiLur n
Chief Justice William P. Turner. Pj..
Associate " Henry T. Backus, Tae
, -.Uarioy. u.,uart.t,er,LaPi
Marsntil Edward Phelps, Tucson.
Stip'.u Indians George W.Dent.La Pa,
Surveyor Gtmoral Shtrman Day.San F-Sa
District AUor.ney TucjWO
AssessorliHc'ary A. Bigclow, Prescott,
Collector Levi Ba.hfard, . " mm
Dcpt.Collcctor, Custom --J.F. Stone, T,r
flif-
Territorial Officers. -
Auditor Charle3 II Lord,
Troasra John B Allen .
Attorney G'oneral James E IcCau'rei' "
Delegate to Congress Coles Bashford " U
-fniinlv tlfiirrn'i: IWt
paving lately received a ,
LABILE SUPPLY
of
NEW MATERIAL,
1; i
:w are'prepared to; execute '.,,.
ALt.5KlJNT)S'QE JOB'-WOEK,
POSTERS,-
PAPMHLETS,
BILL-HEADS,
LETTER-EFADIN5S,
1 u
BUSINESS CARDS;-'
, CIRCULARS,
" "' HAND-BILLS'&c
upontthe shortest notice, and as reasonable as
can.bedone thisside of San Franciscor
We would particularly .recommend our sheet
to merchants'in Sari Francisco Cal., and'New
Yoak, having business correspondence'in this
section, asjtheonly advertising-mediumiiii:,the
Territory, tcuth of the Rio Gila, andasTucson
s in a' section ot
GREAT CO M.MERCIA D IM PORTASN CE;
Jt is for the
mterestof every Business House
hatTvishfts-tb'get'a'share ofthe' tra'detb aaver'-
!, . WilA COUA'TY-
Probate'JudgCJohh S Thayor
bherill Petor it Jsrady. : cop
District. Attorney Gr.a.nvilIo n. Oury cbp"
Treasurer Sidney R DcLong ('
Hecbrdor yacaf Buckarew ' ' ,.1
Supt3rVisors- Johh W Sweeney, B'. Srip
John G. Cnpron- i
rubiic Artmimstrator,--Chas. 11 jsloyor3
County seat Tucson.
yAtapAi' cbtiKTri.'
Probate Judge Hczikiah Brooks'.
Sheriff-r A Joha,Jtfoore-,
Distrtct'Atltqrpdy John M Rountrce.
Treasurer' William Cory
Recorder John H Behan
Supervisors John -G Campbell, .
county Seat Proscott.
YUMA COUNTY.
Probate Judge JosepbB. Tuttlc.
"SherifF-4David' King.
District Atbrnoy Marcu3 D Dolbinj
Treasurer -Robert Coles
Recordci.-- Peter Doll.
Supervisors Mf Ravena. C. Gross, Jf.Ca-jiTM
T..uii TT rr &JBB
j. uuiiu vuiuinisiiraiur jaun van,
county seat La Paz.
5IOllAVB COUKTT.'
Probate Judge Wm. It Haskell
Shcrifif EH Smith
Treasurer -E M McCarty
RecorderJames P Bull '
Supervisors John Pearson, William Fks
Cha.Atchisson.
Dis't. Att'y. A E Davis. ;
county Scat Ilardyvillo.
I'AII UTt COUSTY.
Probato Judge Daniel M Thomas.
Sheriff
one
it
inua
Treasurer
Recorder-
Supervisors ;
connty scat St. Thomas.
j JYotaries i'Jiilic. -7"
PniiA Co. Willi am S Baxter MaricopiT .
Mortimer Rl' 'Plrttt, Tucson; John M. M
pacho Pss ; J.BMiiKmnie. Elornncp - !
tiapii n llnnrv vv i leurv. Kri't..M
R Ferris, Wickenl)urgr; Thos J L lhgue?
J M Lcnrarder. Camn JIcDov ell.
Yuma Co. Charles 11. Brinley, Ariiom F"
M. D. Dobn's, L,a Paz. lu0r
Assistant Assessors jan
Pima Co. Mark Aldricb, Tuc3on. V .
' Yuma Co Thos. J. Bidwell, Ls Paz.
Yavapai Co George Lotinfc,. Prascott
Ferris, Wickonburg ,
SScpuly Collectors
Pisa Co.- P:R BradTj Tucson.
Yuma Co -Jtobt. Coles, La. Paz.
Mohaye Co Jas P. Bull, Mohavo- City.
loc
i- a
is&'ii ronr
orders.
Address
column! jj, therefore,-, send la. your
: "Weekly ArLzonan," Tucson, A,T
.Pi.B. TUM.V. - KSTEVANOCUOA
. TULLY & OCHOA.
Main Street, .CBp',! AT. ,
ffTEREBY give noUco to. their .friends; and. the
jLapiiblic generally that they haye'roceiveld,irectr
froin'thc East a full and complete stock of"
uivc us a cal.'
ISTew Saw-Mill
i ((' i'. ....
, ,...N ew'SaiMlll
lis I kii . ' . . I . . ,
,,A'T,?ORTr BAYARD, KEY, MEX,I0O, .
f aviiTg: brought froiii tlie
States 1,-ist FALL, and. put up, thred mile3
S6utb'of-! thiij-'Poel, "a; -NaAVi. AND 'LARGS
STJ24M: SAW-MILL',. 0 apabfe-. oS .turning iput 15
OOOfqeb'of Luinbqr "per . Day,, ?ve ;aro. prcpaiod,,to
furnish the Citizens;.. oT Arizona with any. .amount
of a inperior quality of PIJTEC LIBBER, sad at,
Greatly Reduced Prices Order.s tilled on short
nottce Wo havo now on hand : T1LB.E33 nU2l
DRED TIIttUSAXp feet of well sca'soned Im'mber
of all diiacnsioii's. Having' attached a new
SUIXGLE MACHINE td our Mill wo aro enabled
to furnish Shinclcs at $8.00 per thousand.
MTVIWr TITIKMFV
Places ami Times oflloldia:
Courts
5
wn.
Judjre 'Backus-
FIUST DISTEICT.
-Oscar Buckalew, Clerk
ml:St
l' GQPDSr GROCERIES.-rHARDWARE. &o.
and aro plroparod to' sellJat' as reisonabla term!
as any..morchants.in tho Territory
li'eforo purchasing olscTrJicre.
Jan. 1st 1869,
;TA3pD NOTICE I '
' ' ,KBW. GOODS j
DIEEGT 'PROM NEW YORK
WE would respectfully announce to the people 0'
j.ucson ana viciniw, ;that wq have, on hanc alarge
and well' assorod StJcK'OF MERCHANDISE
GROCERIES, t-c., also, best EL PASO'WINT'
and VINEGAR, wiich. we offer -for sale at the-
Owes.t .figures' ' . J
i;,;a.LESINS, & co.;. '!
East. siuri 'Main' i Street Tucson, .A. -Tl . !.'
Jan. 1st "69, : - -- v:': . .-. . .
At;,GItl3ATEy . REDUCED PEICES. - ?
'' i I..' ' T'!9.
; -AT TUp ' , '
S U TL'lfR S T ORE
"" . 'til. .7 -U.i.
CAMP BOWIE, (ApacV'PassiX"'";, "'
S&-A Good Supply for travelers. tf.
In Tucson, Pima county, commencing on tnife-T
Monday in April, and first Monday in OctoteiT i
SECONH DISTEICT. J
. Judge Gartter . Clert
In La Paz, Yuma county, commencing oniitjjr
Monday in.Mareh- and first Monday in iej.;c
In. StThfftnasPahTUta County, eommewiif
the Monflay.in. June.
in. Hardy vmc, Juohavc coun.ty, coffiaencAia
first. Mpnday ,10; January and first MondsyiJ'Il
TIJIRD DI3XEICT.
Judge TUfner Edward W Wells, Clerk.
In Prescott Yavapaicounty,, commencit; '
tho first Mondav.rn,. April . aud. first HiK I
Qctober. ' hB
-: " " SUPREME-COURT. L 1
One term, in each, car at b,o Capital, commjjjj.
in tnenrst v euncsuay alter beginning u ;r,'
gular annual' session1 -"off' the Legislature. ;.
BuckalejVy.CIcrk;.
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PTJBLIC NOTICE! jg?
ALL persons aro warned against tresp-Ji (
ticbropcrtyof: tho MOWRY SILVER -Work
will beresumoa on aa'extengivolscale-i
as proper arrangements can bo madcA and tat
diUcm oftbb-country will justify ib. ThP
has.been, placed in'the-hand3of tho Milit3r?
ties of tho IJp'ited; States,, bjs order oW
Grant, TJ. S.' A-.'Cornniandor-inrchief, at 'be rf f'4
of theundetsignsd.' AIL just and legitimate' mfi
against tho Company will bo. settled uponJe;af" t
of work. "The undersigned: relies upon hii - M
1a Arizona .10(50,8. thaJt: tao spirit 01 un- aj
carried, out.' feI,;
1 . . w.... :. Sylvester Mowffth
5 . f,. - , Mowry Silver Miwaff'0, m
' ew'Torkj'drct'i;; "
'Office'Richnrdson's
rrcn-K. a T. IK
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