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Yate Eastern A'ews.
(Prom files of the daily New Mexican.)
Madrid, May .25 in the Cortes yesterday
Article 34 of the National Constitution was
adopted ; a civil marriage bill has been intro
duced. Republican newspapers assert that the
recent vote of the Cortes has only defeated a
federal republic for a while; a republic sooner
or later must come through want of a monarchy
and in the absence of unanimity on the part of
the majority of the Cortes.
Queen Isabella has proposed to abdicate in
favor of her son, Prince Asturias. Gonzales
Bravo, a former prime minister, and others
advise her otherwise.
London, May 23 The difficulty jvitii the
Chinese government arising out of jJie perse.
cutions of christians in the north, has been
settled ; latest dispatches from the Brituh le
gation at Silan state that (he Mandarin who
countenanced the persecutions has been re-
move'l from office,
Washington, May 24 General Dodge tele
graphs that all arrangements for through travel
on the Pacific read are completed and trains
are running on time; the greater portion of the
road js already in good order, but owing to the
erection of permanent bridges in the place of
temporary structures the company will not pre
sent the road as finished until August first.
A number of national bank men are ursine
secretary Boutwell not reduce the number of
depositaries, as they hold that making all the
deposits in oue bank gives it an unfair advan
tage. The secretary thinks greater prompt
ness should be secured in dealing with one
bank than with several, and he can see no
. . , i-.
reason for changing his determination to re
duce the number of designated, depositaries.
The Kickapoo Indians who havfl been mak
ing raids on the frontier whites in Texas since
the middle of the rebellion, in consequence of
the treatment the rebels gave them while en
route from their old homes to Mexico, now
desire to return to their reservation and meas
urea will soon be taken to enable them to ac
, complish their wishes.
Ihc lasi that can be reliably ascertained of
the instructions of minister Motley, is that they
are more of a geueral than of a specific nature
and do not contemplate .hit speedy actiqn on
his part with regard to the Alabama or other
claims. In view of the pient sentiment in
England upon this subject, if for no other raa
s'on, Mr. Motley will inform her Majesty's
government of the desire of our own govern
ment to adjust all pending claims on a basis
that will strengthen the friendly relations be
tween the two countries.
Chicago, May 24 A Washington special says
that Butler has been urging the administration
to adopt strict measures in regard to the Ala
bama claims; he says Motley has gone to Eng
land instructed to merely look on for the present
and aay nothing. He thinks we should make a
definite demand for a settlement and if not
complied with after a reasonable time, non
intercourse shonld be proclaimed.
instructions for our Minister to Mexico have
been completed, and those for China, Brazil
and Portugal nearly so.
Washington, May 24. News has been receiv
ed direct from Cespedes by the Cubans fully
confirming the defeat of the Spaniards in
attempting to open the lailroad from Nuevitas
to Puerto Principe ; the date and channel of
their receipts is strictly private from prudential
reasons. The Iosi of the Spanish is stated at a
thousand killed and wounded. The fighting was
the severest during the war, and the battle was
stopped only by the arrival of the Marquis of
Santa Lucia with four thousand troops most
of whom were mounted. The Cnbans" fought
behind intrenchments and did not suffer so
heavily. A large number of colored troops shot
their officers and joined the insurgents. A large
number of arm3 and equipments, fell into the
hands of the Cubans.
THOMAS M. YEBOS, .
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANT
Tulmc, A. T.
KEEPS constantly on hand a largo and well as
sorted slock Of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES
AND PROVISIONS' which will be sold reasonable
and a .LIBERAL CREDIT GIVEN. Grain taken
n exchange, for goods at market prices.
Jan 1st 1S6S. ' H'"' ' ' " " tf.
fii Q.od,ri aj. stes,xiifc; Vvtfc.IS.Ll AnliUlixUN
GOODWIN & SANDERS,
Dealers in General Merchandise
TUCSON, A. T. .
Aa E this day on hand and are constantly,
receiving, a large stock of goods selected
EXPRESSLY FOR 'MIS MARKET,
consisting in part of
Dry Goods and Clothing, Hatiand Caps, Boot
and Shoes, Military Furnishing o6ds jof aH des
criptions. Staplo and Fancv Goodfc. Bolts. Pistols
Powder, Percussion caps," &c, 'Jtel', which' they
will sell cheap for cash.
Thankful for past favors hey respectfully solicit
continuance of public patronage. '
U. S. MAIL.
A.ntl Express Line From Mesilla,
JN. M. to Tucson, A. T.
THE undersigned will run a weekly wo
horse buggybetween the above points, connect
ing at Mesilla, with stages for Santa Fe and the
East, El Paso, and San Antonio, Texas; and at
Tucson, with the Los Angeles and San Dieso
Semi-Weekly Stage Line, and the "Weekly line
lor laennosiiio ana uuaymas, fconora ; making
a connected stage line for any point in the
United States on the Pacific or Atlantic slopes
oi me continent, anu points m northern and
i . i u ' 1 ';
ana central xuexico.
Particular attention paid to Express matter
and comfort of Passengers.
Tlie company are responsible for all Express
matter sent Dv tneir line except against Indians.
Buggies' leave Tucson and Mesilla every
bunday at 4 o clock, p. m.
C. H. LORD, Passenger and Express Agen
Tucson, A. T.
DAVIS & BARELLA.
423t. ! La Mesilla, N. M
ARM Y SUPPLIES
BEEF AND MUTTON
On Hoof or Block
OFFICE OF THE; CHIEF
COMMISSAKY OF SUBSISTENCE, '
DEPARTMENT OF CALIFORNIA
San Francisco, Cal., March 25th, 1869.
EALED PROPOSALS in duplicate, will bo
received at the office, No. 204 Sutter Street
San Francisco, Cal., by the undersigned, un-
til 12 o'clock, M., on THURSDAY, July 1st
1SGSJ (when they will be opened) for the sup
ply and delivery at the military posts in Ari
zona Territory, of all the BEEP and MUTTON,
live or slaughtered, that may be required for
ihe troops stationed, thereat during the year
' The supply will amount to about 3,000
Beeves and 1,000 Wethers.'
Copy of the present contract and detailed
instructions to bidders can be obtained at said
office, at the office of the Actg. Commissary of
Subsistence at Wilmington, Cal., and at the
office of the A, C. S. at any of the Military
posts ia Arizona Territory.
Proposals will bo received for any part of
Bidders' are invited to be present at the
opening of the bids.
The right is reserved of rejecting any or
Advertising expenses ($362) will be borne
by the successful bidders, pro rata
J. McL TAYLOR,
aplS:Sw Bt. Col., C. S.
AT FORT BAYARD, NEW MEXICO,
Waving brought from the
fc States last FALL, and put up, three miles
South of this Post, a NEW AND "'LARGE
STEAM SAW-MILL, capable of turning out 15,
000 feet of Lumber' per Day, we tare prepared to
furnish the Citizens of Arizona Jith any amount
of a superior quality of PINE LUMBER, cad at
Greatly Reduced Prices Orders filled oft short
notice We have noW'on hand THREE HUN
DRED THOUSAND feet of well seasoned linmber
of all dimensions. Having attached a new
SHINGLE MACHINE to our Mill wo are enabled
to furnish Shingles at 8.00 per thousand.
MIN1CK & BREMEN
TUCSON, A. T.
The only JSfcwspaper published
in the Territory of Arizona
South of the Rio Gila.
Having lately received a
we are'prepared to execute
ALL HINDS Ql? J0B-W0M,
pon tha shortest notice, and as reasonable as
can bedone thisside oSan Francisco.
.Ye would particularly recommend our sheet
to merchants in San Francisco Cal., and New
Yoak, having business, correspondence in this
section, as the only advertisinp medium in tin
Ternary, south of the Rio, Gila, andasTucson
s in a section of
GREAT COMMERCIAL IMPORTANCE,
t is for the interest of every Busiqe,ss House
ial wishes to get a share of the trade, to adyer-
ise n onrrcolumns ; therefore, send-in your
Address: 'IWeekly Arizonan." Tucson, A, T
It. TULI.Y. ESTEVAN OCIIOA
TTJLLY & OCHOA.
Main Street, Tucson, A. T.
TriTEREBY civo notice to their friends and tho
ii public generally that they have received direct.
irom the hast a full and complete stock of
DRt GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, Ac.
d aro prepared to sell at as reasonable term3
any merchants in. the Territory. Give us a call
Jan, 1st I860,
h would respectfully announce to theneopleo
Tucson and vicinity, that we have on hand a large
and well assorted STOCK OF MERCHANDISE
GROCERIES, c, also, best EL PASO WINF
and VINEGAil, which we offer for sale at the
H. LESINSKT, & CO.,
East side Main Street Tucson, A. T.
Jan. 1st '69
NEW GOODS !
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
CAMP BOWIE, (Apache Pass.)
5I.A Good Supply for travelers. tf.
iutiz-yjMA uiijj.ui.Aij UiKECTORyi
Governor Richard C. McCormiek, Tnc0t
Secretary Jatuos P.T. Carter "
Chief Justice William F.Turner, Precott
Associate " Henry T. Backus, Tucson'
" Harlcy H.Cartter,LaPa:
Marshal Edward Thelps. Tucson.
Su'p't. Indians George V. Dent.La Pa,
Surveyor General Sherman Day.San y.L IK
Assessor Henry A. Bigelc
Collector Lovj Bashford,
AssessorHenry A. Bigelow, Prescott S.
Lovj Bashford, "
Dept.Collector Customs J. F. Stone, Tuc
Auditor paries H
Treasurer John B t
Attorney General James E McCaffrey "
uciegate to congress uoies uasniora
Prob.ite Judge John Thayer
Sheritl rotor R Bradv
District Attorncj- Granville II. Oury
Treasurer Sidney K DeLong
Recorder Oscar Buckalow
Supervisors John W Sweeney, E..y,jj
John G. Capron
l'uulic Aihiiinistratori,--Chas. ii Meycr3
county seat TucsonI
Probate Judge Ilczikiah Brooks.
Sheriff A John Moore
District Attorney John M Rountrce.
Treasurer William Cory
Recorder John II Behan
Supervisors John G Campbell
County Seat Prescott.
"S UM A COUXTY.
Probate Judge Joseph B. Tuttle.
Sheriff David King.
District Attorney Marcus D Dpbbinj.
Treasurer Robert Coles
Recorder.-- Peter Doll.
C,.. ..,.! ii ! n n t r
Public AdministratorJohn Duff. fS
w t JJ.fc J. Ill
Probate Judge Win. L Haskell
Sheriff EH Smitn
Treasurer E M McCarty
Kecorder James P Bull
Dis't. Att'y. A E D, vis.
PAH UTE COUNTS;.
Probate Judge Daniel M Thomas,
conuty 'seat St.
Notaries Public. ofia
j PjiiMA Co. W'iVf) am S Baxter Maricopa Vei ropi
Mortimer R. Piatt, Tucson; John M. CwgnJ
Apache Puss- J. B. MeKinnie, Florence: pUfpr.
iaataiuo. itonry vt i-ieurj', iTeseott: v,i
R Ferris, Wicker.burg; Thos J L Ila.'ue rctn.ii
J M Lciuarder, Camp Mt l'ov ell.
i fill A fill nhnrloa H. Hrinloir imnm ft- f
M. D. Dobbs, hz Paz.
Asjsisiant Assessors ST1
Pima Co. Mark Aldrich, Tucson. gffy
Yuma Co Thos. J'. Bidwell, Ls Paz. jlm
Yavapai Co-r:George Lount, Prescott; W.E,jj
Pima Co. P R Bradj Tucson. ii
Yuma Co--Rob't. Coles, La Paz. S2
Mohave Co-Jas P. Bull, Mohavo Cifv. iSi
Places and Times oOIolding M
Judge Backus Q's'car Buclialew. Clork
In Tucson, Pima county, commencing on fhefo!svy,
Monday in April, and first Monday in October. WM
SECOND DISTKICT. BP.
Judge Cartter q!crk.
In La Paz, l'uma county, commencing ontheS-nca
Monday in Mareh and first Jlonday in Septea low
In St Thomas, Pah Ute County, eommencin; -jeltr
the 3d Monday in June. '"
"in Hardyville, Mohave county, c.ommencinj
first Monday in January and first Monday in JBI'
THIKD DISTRICT. jjfil
Judge Turner Edward W Wells, Clerk. onrt
in Prescott, xavapai county, commencing
thcfirst 2'onday in April and first Mofliisj
October". ' " "
One term in each year at the Capital, comment-- nOH
in the first Wednesday after beginning of the vijnx:
galar annual session of rhe Legislature. U'hnn
Buckalew, Cler2I aB
BRIClf AND LIME
Tho undersigned offer for salo at the '.HI
formerly occupied by ".Brigham" any qsJWlt
of Brick fc Lime. ' We hayo now on hand a-';gct
50,000 bricks whioh weT offer at $15 per tafl
and lime maybe purchased from us at?
bushel. "" . W
FREDERICK MARSH &
aving purchased an interest in tni3
lishmcnt I inthnd to satisfy those JP
favor me with their patronage by farm""-" a"1
their use :he best of everything to be ob,:'BVJ
tho market. Tho services of a' good cou ..rjicl
been proeured, and I will venture to a556' ttnd
tho culinary departmont will be conducted gj
a priuciplo hith'crto unsurpassed in Tucson- -gi-m29;3t