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rr "irr"f?r 'Y A PfOA.1 A 'Y J conceived the opinion that their approbation
. h H 1j UV Ll L -Jyll ! ouile sufficient to support :i newspaper, and
B. N P. KicHAHiMO.V ana wiie icu iur win-
cu Sur.d iv.
(ff the troops at Camp Lowell on i'ritlay.
Coixiks company "II." 32d Infantry ar
here on Tuesday from Camp Crittenden
rouie lut "'"h
inkokckmext: Company "L," 1st Cavy.,
eJiiesday, en route for Camp Goodwin.
e train of IL T. Stevens, of Fori Yuma,
ed on Monday last, Bringing a iaige
rihumlisa for I. Goldberg & Co
tr.ui of E. N. Fish & Co. left for Yuma
lrdav. Thia train continues to make the
me of any ou the route between luc
Yuma the "round trip" in thirty
'. Lurb promises to entertain all who
Ime and see me," in the corral! attached
' saloou. The Professor having full
ghee in his own prowess, is sanguine about
m .? i j.
aUCClSS oi his j)i;iiuiiii;uii;c3 iu-iuyiii.
gBj weather has become extremely warm
jfflit werj not for the cooiing influence of
s lager and Charley Brown's soda one-
Gf tl.e inhabitants of lucson would cer-
hare died of sun stroke daring the past
rir ;t: PioxeerGoxk : News was brought
n yesterday of the murder, by Indiana,
Pennington, of Soiioita. One ofhis sons
l-orted missing and has, it is supposed,
to fallen into the hands of the Indians.
ilViiiiiii-'ton was one of the verv oldest
CiS ot Arizona.
it J. Andkiiso.v left for his mine at Apache
n V; lues lav. Work on this mine has
u.- time been suponded but will be re
;i.wut t!ie 20th mst. Every preparation
en made within the past two months to
It..-, in i ne vigorously and none are dispos
lu irjt tiie success of the enterprise. It is
, li in In Air Auderso'i is not one ol
u. i wiio can ue inverted troiu ii is pur
n . ni' as hope of accomplishing remains
as o.ercjine inanv obsticles in Arizona
' m.Miy which opposed themselves to the
cj an nr of this mine are fast giving way
ttiK-rgy and pcrserverence.
;uit. I he r.rosnects of an abundant
st of fruit, the coming season, are such as
i 1 hitherto been witnessed in this local
.re had a w.tlk among the groves of quince
peach trees m the valley, a few evenings
and although we hud heard many speak
fecundity of the season, were not pre-
to w.tness a crop so astoimdinjjy prolific,
lliMiP3 nntt' oli.Mif tUn .ri
- uuuii uiu au.1- mi npn a PfTtrs
in myriads irom the trees and t)m hr.m.
i me peach trees are already drooping
. iu yiauuauy increasing wen ht ihov
xess :An individual cum in tl,;, ;-
ionday last bringing with him thirty eilit
Ipf caHle which he offered for sal TU
conditions being decidedly reasonable he soon
a purchaser, received his money so:r.P
nr.Jrod dollars-and departed forthwith
edncsuay a second nartv nmlvn,! r...
ggnora andstartled the happy buyer by declar-
inat ttie cattle were his property and had
jBt-jlon from him a few days previously,
arrest of the party first mnnti,) . u.
1 v.v.uvu, ;ut
l&l&ke a DUSnilPr r,P o r
" "uuuersman weil
lliiat he was nnw
- - - Kyj
A warrant was
uimeo. is a task- nroverhinllr
;nor was this casn nn
aiming the cattle left town on Thurs
ti'Out haviTKT tnl-n -murs-
gEpVeS-his storl- " T T ,U) measures to re-
E&ati ar swindler. '"uuu auu UImselt as
mm SwixpLES, ETCm ETC.We dQ Mt
-v '"cans a pleasure t-nsl- I-
V 'j; thus W'cljr to the people of
niatty come to"us with the most brazen assur
ance, order work, examine and approve of the
manner in which it is executed, carry it off,
and never pay for it. There are several who
have played us this trick, and you who read
this and knew you have done so, please don't
forget that we likewise know you have done so
and know moreover, that although you plead
"no money," we alone, of your creditors, re
main unpaid. Another class of patrons(?) are
those who order advertisements inserted once,
twice, or thrice but supposed we would no1
charge for such a "trifle." Another class still
are those who subscribe, promising to call next
day, or next week and pay up arrears together
with a year's advance; but they never call, and
when we forward their bill it is no sootier read
than repudiated. There are but a few of this
third class of delinquents in Tucson, they live
principally elsewhere in the Territory, and in
order that our honest subscribers at a distance
may not become mixed up with these repiw
diators. we will, after a few weeks, if these
latter fail to come to terms, compile and pub
lish their names with a statement of the amount
repudiated by each; such publication will sa.
isfy our readers that we have not spoken too
severely. Wo are fast becoming disgusted at
the idle vauntings of many who contend that
"the newspaper must be supported" and "the
newspaper should bo supported" and who will
yet invariably growl at the amount of our bill
when we undertake to collect and then finish
offby handing us the amount they "think reax
sonable'' and even do this with such an ill
grace that it is evidently done under protest.
And last and worst, there are now in Tucson
some eight or ten merchants, most of them "en
terprising Americana" who will not so much
as advertise. These lion-hearted? individuals
expect others to support a paper for them to
read. Let the people of Tucson permit their
local newspaper to perish and they will soon
discover a marked change. What, for instance,
i.i r .... i i
wou.u ricscoit oo wucout a newspaper That
town scarce!- larger than Tubac and about one
nun or tne size or lucson gives more to the
support of its newspaper in one month than
is given by Tucson ior a like purpose in three.
Of this any one may satisfy himself by looking
over the advertisements in both papers and
rJCKomng their amounts, oar terms for ad
vertising oy the year being a little less than halt
the amount charged by the Prescot paper lor a
like term, and our rates per square being one-
tmrd less. In conclusion we should add that
wo have not received nor do we expect to re
ceive anything for nothing. What we ask is
to be paid that which in justly ours and the
patronage of those who are benefited by us If
uieso we receive we sliait Have no lault to find-
E. N. Fish,
?' San Franciseo
E- iOlSH.. & CO.,
West side, Mnin Street. Tucson A. T
"-IIOLESALJ! axd RETAIL DEALERS IN
We keep constancy on hand the largest and
most general stak of goods in 'the Territory
south of the GilfV
constantly receivm? frpcb
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots aud Shoes, Gro
ceries P -visions, Hardware, Liquors in Bbls.
aud cases, Cigars and Tobacco, Arc, &c vhic-h
nciiiu wauriuy ut uj.i;cuuiugiy low prices.
Jan, 1, '69. jpjt
JOHN T. HAVIIjAKI)
Ilayues & Lawton.
JOS KENT HOOVER
Geo. F. Hooper &Co
Tho above beg to inform thoir friends and the
public that they have established a
CROCKERY ASD GLASSWARE
-under the stylo of-
HAVILAND HOOPER & Co
No 335 PINE St, (just below Montgomery)
Tucson, A. T.
Aaron Zeckbxdoup Louis Zhcfcexdorf
Atouquerque N. AI, No 19 Dey St., N. Y
A. & L. ZEOKENDORF
WHO L':E SALE
RETAIL DEAL B'KS;
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC DRY GOODS
WE WILL at all times keep a full and com
plete stock, aim sell at the lovrcst i-iilo.s
Every elfort will be made to give satisfaction,
in all respects, to those who may bo pleased
to tavor us witli llieir patronage. Buyers from
the country will do well to give us a cull and
examine our stock.
HAVILAND HOOPER & Co.
Tucson, A. T., June ls,t, 1SC9.
M. R. Piatt of Tucson, is herebv annnintofl
our agent for tho transaction ofa'll business
connected directly or indirectly with trans-
poriauon or uove:-n.nient stores from Tucson
Depot to all posts dependant upon it for sup-
HINDS & HOOIvER.
HOOPEll, WHITING-, & GO.
San Francisco and Fort Yuma, California
Arizona uity, Maricopa Wells, Sacaton,
Sweet Water and Camp McDowell,
1 -i. lllfl trw.1-..- l ,
, UIlJU sever-i h.h;
itise upon us rfnd. ....i.. .,
-. i codclin; the jour.
liraKse of;; " . our aeans in the
tSBBm. ectofCl ' aVe a11 our time
Slt, tlh ,fnn Qr IbKcto a useful
k " llHR?nn. .
'l"Mr; that in this our
" f Br c,tl2s seem to have
HOLES ALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Forwarding and Commission
We wish to call the attention of tin? nnhlin
generally, and Merchants, particularly, to our
facilities for Wholesaled and .TnhWcr nM.HW
We keep constantly on hand at
The largest and most General Stock of Goods
m the Territory, or in any one House south
of San Francisco.
COMPRISING EVERYTHING TIIE COUNTRY
All our goods arc oithcr imported directly of
bought ol direct importers, AVe buy nothin"
from second hands ; thereby saving tho
San Francisco Jobber's Profitwhich is
ALL WE ASK TO MAKE,
"Live and Let Live,"
is our motto. Our terms aro
CASH. EXCLUSIVELY, and for cash,
we arc always in readiness to supply dealers,
rancheros, & others, with Igoods, in jobbing lots
Unprccctlcntcdly Low for casli
HOOPER, AVHITING & CO.
Arizona City May 1, 1S69, tf,
S5Y TO5D & DBRFEE.
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
W Ii o ! es c assti R c in i 1.
The BILLIARD TABLES are new and of
the latest style
The proprietors will take special care to have
everything of the best, and insure prompt
attention to their customers.
A share of public patronage is respectfully
Jan. 2-i, '69. 2-t-3m.
Territory of Arizona, 1
County of Pima, J
lo the unknown heirs of Thomas F. McLean
deceased, their guardians, agents, &e and
all other persons interested :
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 the 15th day of March, A. D. 1SG9,
a balance of nine hundred and thirteen dollars
and eighty-eight cents, was found due said
estate, and remaining in the hands ot Soloman
Warner, the administrator thereof.
The undersigned having been appointed by
said .Probate Court, as an agent to tike pos
session and charge of said mom ys and having
nven bona as required by law, will hold the
same for the term of one year subject to the
claim and demand of the lawlul heirs of said
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 in such cases made aud pro-.
Tucson, March 19th 18G9.
JOHN B. ALLEN,
Territorial Treasurer. T"
CARP K TVS
MEDICINES, 7 '
VINO del PAIS
del RIO ABAJA
PINONES &c 4c.
NEW MEXICAN CARPETS aud BLANKETS
have on .
hand and are
a full assortment of
livery class ofgoods suitable
for this market, which we offer
on the most reasonable terms. One
of our linn resides in New York City for
the sole purpose of buying goods, and being
consul n tly.
is purchased on the most
advantageous terms. Those
n ho deal with us can rely upon
our stock being of the best quality and
at tin; lowest price. We would call the
attention of merchants from this Territory
nora, to our
well assorted stock
especially suited totheir
market, and can confidently
say it will be to their advantage
to examine it before purchasing elsewhere.
OtiCB is hereby given that from
and after the FIRST DAY" of MAY, 1S6'J, I
have ceased to bo a member of the Firm of
HINTON HOOPER k Co.
Arizona City, A. T., May 1, 1S69. 3m;fml5
r. FRANCIS IIINTON having rotired from
lVl tho Firm of IIINTON, HOOPER & Co., the
business will be continued by tho undersigned un
der the firm name of HOOPER WHITING tfr Co
All outstanding accounts and all claims against
iho old firm will bo settled by tho undersigned.
Wji. B. HOOPER
A. II. WHITING
Arizona City A. T-, ) Jas. M. HARNEY
May 1, IS33. J Jyo. S. CARR
MARKET PRI CES
S 0 N 0 II A-
P S 0,2 V C E.
Produce of Arizona and Sonora, taken on
commission and sold to the best advantage
for those who favor us with their confidence.
A. & L. ZECKENDORF. .
Tucson, A. T. April 1, 18C9