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JULY 24 1869.
' 1 1TCI II I. J.WJIUVi W H I 1A k L uct
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nev J. aicuaurv, ior lue ueiense was
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..nifni : 1 1 1 1 j xuiiiLU lj . i. m .ui ului.ui.ii uw i i i i .
i' a, UUUUl iUUl UIU ,L1UU1 IIMVII, 1U IUU
, f collecting fruit. The party was
c'ut . ly a strolling band of Apaches and
Goverxou Saf'ord left on "Wednesday, for
itcn. there to meat, and thence to convey
Tucson, the iady he has chosen to become
rcife. The Governor and his betrothed are
nectedto arrive at any moment The mar
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iB lano pmuu uiweuiiueiy upon
post oFFjCEhasbeen-established at .Skull
lev, Yavapai Co., with John C. Duun as
master. An omce nas oeen csiaonsneu at
Vis, in the same county, with J. W. Swel
,t as postmaster. E. D. Noye3 lias been
de postmaster at Pima Villages, John S.
rr at .Maricopa Wells and James M. Barnev
Cor.. J. F. Stone left for his mine at Apache
. on alondav. We are d eased to hnd that.
loss sustained by the company, in the late
id made by the Apaches upon the wajron
nveying tools provisions &c, is not likely to
lard its operations, Mr. Stone took with him
d destroyed by the Indians. He will set the
ing in motion before returning to Tucson.
We have been informed that some of the Lo
mily came to grief a coupje of weeks ago, at
e hands ot (Jol JJarnara. They Continued
carry on their little drollery around Apache
ass aiuiwuiL' u.'iuie, uebiroyiii'r maws etc., ior
out four consecutive weeks and all this time
roitly baffled pursuit The Colonel hating,
) are told, caught up with a partv among
e mountains, some 20 miles from the Pass,
nt four of its number to pursue the
ntom denizens of the "Happy Hunting
Indians; On the 15th inst. a band of In
'aus made a descent upon the herd of Sabino
pro, near Palo Parado ranch, six miles
omTubac. The attack was so sudden that
c herder was taken entirely by surprise and
iletl. In consequence of tho vicinity of the
pm mine i ;u;i l aniuo rcinrMi wnmn is nr?mi
ie.l hy about pigiy people the Vandals
ey did empty-handea save the clotl'es of the
urdered man which thev stripped from his
MsRUEii: At San Xavier, on Saturday last
dispute arose between two Mexicans, named
otoandPasos, aboutadollar the latterclaim-
asos, wiio is siiiQ tp nave open a consummate
nave find in ir ihnt. whppdHnrr nnd thrpn.tAn5nrr
-ri" t'-o a
ere aiiKe unavailing, ana mat nis reiractpry
eator seemed disposed to quarrel rather
i:tu ill I : v mil ill iiiuiiti ir fiTifi iirnnniinMii ill
is house, whither SoiO followed himand, going
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his window, exclaimed : "here is your dollar.
asua auvanceu to me winuow, expect. njr io
ceive the money, but, instead, a bullet crash
1 through his breast, killing him instantly.
n. ii-j :iz i a a.
f him has since been found.
UNLAWFUL traffic. There is somo kind-
earted individual in Tucson who, through cqm-
assion, or, perhaps ,for some selfish considera-
supplies the Lo fnmilv with mtoxicatinsr
rinks. Ye are sorry that we do not know who
ie individual is, it we did we would certainly
ive hiia the satisfaction of seeing his name
print and then. too. in the most consDicuous
lace in pur columns. We were informed, about
o weeks ago, that traffic of this nature exist-
ana were convinced of the truth of the state-
ent. on Sundav eveinrr. udoii seeinsr Lo dance
ie Bacchus Yaltz from Shelton's comer to the
A. remakeadtjE marriage: Some fifteen
ars ago a family in Sonora, consisting of an.
gentleman, his wile, and daughter, then a
uijiui: ni a i h; n iirnr v i iu : irn u mi
sujsetjuent to the youth s adoption, his
parents died leaving himself and his
ster sister to. depend upon their own exertions
r a livelihood. The nonratrpous vonnEr lad7
mediately sought and obtained employment
ivhicb, for the last few years she has
assisted by her adopted brother indebted
her for his. education and support About
0 months asa thev arrived her p. from Sonora.
pened a school, and havo hpp.n doin? well.
uamraay last the bov attained his 2ist year
aichwas celebritpd hv ha mn.rrinrrp to his
(From files of tho daily Now Mexican.)
rt I ( a - . .
in ' Kii v i s m vi ,ni men Trrra itatnrQnn inn
and 25th of June attacked the forces of
f IIMrn I . -it i .
wuuiuuu iiHitr ri n mmir. nnn m rrr iv
o w. cigui-uQiirs were repuisea ana oDiiffea
I1TA .A 1. n. I '
v lj uiwii. i inan nca nanv n ttt? nnnu
reQ killed find nrrvnnrtorl ;nn1n;n Wontrr
Americans, The Spanish los3 was about the ,
ljisbon, July 2. When the mail steamer
lett Kio on the 8th. it was offieiallv renorterl
that Lopez had proposed to leave Paraguay on
certain conditions. .Ouo English and two
American officers &&d been permitted to pass
mrouga tne aled ;ine .to the .Paraguayan I
camp; the Americans -were received by Lopez,
but the Englishman was refused admission
within the lines.
Dissolution Notice !
'Ibo partnershiD heretofore existing between
At. Lone and John C. Sims is this dav dissolv
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ed by mutual consent. The business will. here.
after be conducted by Mr Long who will settle all
.uusmesj connccteu witn tlio lato lirm.
II; F, LONG,
Tucson, July 234 ISC9,
Tucson, A. T., June 1st, 1869
M. E. Piatt of Tucson, is hereby appointed
our agent lor the transaction of all business
connected directly or indirectly with trans-
portation of Government stores from Tucson
Depot to all posts dependant upon it for sup
HINDS & HOOKER.
IVE will sell, on tho tenth day of August next,
in Tucson,A. T., atPublio Auction, a largo lot
otolU WAliUJNS, iiAKJXJSSS and GUAINS, and
other articles useful to men who have trains
or, we will sell tho apovo property at private
sale ior oariey, corn, or wnear, at reasonable
prices, l'ersons wishing such articles will do well
to call and seo them as they can get bargains by
TULLY & OCHO A .
HOOPER, WHITING, & CO.
San Francisco and Fort Yuma, California
Arizona City, Maricopa Wells, Sacaton,
Sweet Water and Camp McDowell,
CHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Forwarding and Coniraission
We wish to call the attention of the miblic
generally, and Merchants, particularly, to our
facilities for Wholesaleinjr and Jobbinir at LOW
We keep constantly on hand at
The largest and most General Stock of Goods
in the .territory, or in any one House south
COMPRISING EVERYTHING THE COUNTRY
All our goods are cither imported directly of
bought of direct importers, Wo buy nothing
from second hands ; thereby saving tho
San Francisco Jobber's Profitwhich is
ALL WE ASK TO MAKE.
f?Live and Lot Liws,"
is our motto. Our terms aro
CASII.'EXCLUSIYELY, and for cash,
wo arc al ways in rcadinoss to supply dealers,
rancheros, & others, with ;goods, in jobbing lot
ttJnprecedentedly Loiv for c&sU
HOOPER, WHITING & CO.
Arizona City May L, 1SC9 , tf.
I. GOLDBERG 0 0.
North-ea&t corner Mam and Vine Sts.
TUCSON, A. T.
ave just received, anew
stock ol'Summoraiid Fall Goods.
.embracing a genoral anu complete assortment of
DST G-0. Q B S,
consisting of -
HATS and CAPS of every description and
adapted to every season,
LADIES FANCY AND DRESS GOODS,
DELAINES, ETC., ETC.
A large stock of Old Rye Whisky and
ha best California Wine and Brand.
A large stock of Groceries BUTTER
HONEY, CHEESE and DRIED FRUIT
which we offer for sale ; wholesale and retail
We adhere to a cash system and sell our goods
remarkably low for cash.
CHAfi. H. LOKD W,, f. WILLIAM
XiORB & WIIililAMS.
HAVING justbrought onfrom Now York,
" .CHOICE STOCK OF MERCHANDISE,
aro ottering tho same yery cheap Ior cash.
Look at our goods and prices,
tf ' Jan. 1.,'69.
Tucson, A. T.
OFFICE on the Plaza, opposite the Catholic
OLD GERMAN BAKERY M
T. LAUENSTEIN & CO. Proprietors.
In Leslnsky's Building', opposite E. If. Pish
&Co., Main Street Tucsou A. T.
Citizens and strangers wantiag any superior
bread, cakes and pios are notifind i,-f
have ro-openei our bakery and solicit their nat
ron age. r
I GEORGE HOOKER.
Sidney R. DeLoko,
HIRAK S. STEVENS & GO,
Camp Crittenden, A. X.
J OULD respectfully give notice to the tradinj;
I Puoo ana arouna uampunttonden, that
wo have just received a large and well selected
PRY GOODS, CLOTHING, GROCERIES,
HARDWARE, DRUGS, MEDICINES
and all kinds of necessary articles, for
OFFICERS, SOLDIERS and CITIZENS
Direct from -San Francisco.
whichwe propose to sell to all at tho very
at our now storo, at Camp Crittenden, Arliona.
It. I.JACOBS, r. If. Jieon
221 San somo St., San Francisco. Tucon, A, T
M. I. JACOBS & 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 1869,-tf.
Forwarding and Com
Particular attention paid to receirinc and for-
warding goods with quick dispatch. Respectfully
COL. J. , T CARTER, E. N. FISH & Co.
GOODWIN 1- SANDERS, HON' J. B. ALLEN
CHAS, T. IIAYPEN. ' TULLY OCHOA.
LORD fc WILLIAMS
cf Tucson. A. T,
;B A T H S!
53Al iO0r llf TTiail o UUiCC
THE unqorsigned gives notice to his customers
and the publio generally that he ha3 ar
ranged a commodious apartment for the purpose
of furnishing baths to all who may wish to tondor
patronage. It only costs 50ctst
SHAVING, HAIR CUTTING AND
Done after tho most approved Btyles.
jn!2.tf , SAMl. BOSTICK
BY TODD & DURFEE.
The Best South of San Francisco.
Main Street, Tucson, A. T,
THE best of WINES LIQUORS and CIGARS
Imported direct for tlm House kept
constantly on hand, for sale
Wholesale and Retail.
The BILLIARD TABLES are new and of
the latest style
The proprietors wjll take special care to have
everything of the best, and insure prompt
attention "to their customers.
A share of public patronage ,13 respectfully
Jan. 24, '09, 24-3m.
E. N. Fish. 6. Silevbbeeo
Tucdon, Ban FrimciBco
E- N- PISH, & CO-,
West side; Main Street, Tucson, A. T. j
-HOLESALE and. RETAIL DJSALiJSiiS 1JN
We keen constantly on hand the largest and
most general stock of gooda in the Territory
south of the una.
Are constantly receiving fresh supplies 01
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Gro
ceries P 'ovisiona. Hardware. Liauors in Bbls.
and cases, Cigars and Tobacco, &c, &c.,??hiclx
weare o Bering at exceedingly low prices.
Jan, 1, '69. 32!tf
p. M. HODGES,
TUCSON. A. T.
KEEPS constantly on hand a large supply of
the best brand ojt Liquors and Cigars.
Jan. 1st. '6a. . tf
Tucson, A T.
Aarou Zeckekdorf Locis 2B0KEND0S?
Albuquerque N. AT. No 19 Dey St. S". X
A. & L. EOXENDORF
T TS mi - t- -n . '
-ft 1S T A lli 1) E A ii JSE S
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC DSY GOODS
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HATS A CAPS
C A R 'P B T
VINO del PAIS
dal RIO ABAJA
PINONES to 4.
NEW MEXICAN CARPETS and BLANKET
hand and are
a full assortment of
Every class ofgoods suitable
for this market, which wo offer
on the most reasonable terms, One
of our firm resides in New York City for
ihs sole purposo ot buying goodj, and beia
is purchased on the most
advantageous terms. Thoao
Who deal with us can rely upon
cup afnnU 1 -- . -fil ,
at The lowest pnees. We would call the
attention of merchants from this Territory
nora, to our
well assorted stock
especially suited to their
market, and can confidently
say it will be to their advantage
to examine it before purchaainglie
MARKET P R I CES
Produce of Arizona and Sonora, taken oa
commission and sold to tho best advantage-
for those who favor os with their confidence..
A. k L.' ZECK.SXDO.RF..
Tdksov, A. T: April 1, 1869