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N Fish wit'1 his family left forCalifornia
X DcLoXG arrived from Camp Crittenden
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; perpetual buiDie, mrougn me coiumus ui
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r Mci'iierson, from a ledge somewhere
e San Pedro river, was - examined last
R- Ly Mr. Tiernan. This gentlemas is an
erieaced miner and declares this to Do tne
,s ipocimen he ever saw during his 18
L experience in working mines. It assayed
h to the ton.
?AIESB :Mr. I. Golibsrg has mado np
aind that, being a good-looking man, there
b not possibly bo any inconsistency about
attcr suppoje he were to have one of the
Itie3t habitations m town, lima reasoning
Latter over he ret a doten of Mexicans to
k plastering and painting, some ten days
( I j 1 .1. : il.-f Mirplil nlririrr
tt, alia lii; result ia tuai, luu iuuS..-.w"..jJ
L'B of two weeks ago remiuds one, in its va
fated beaut'.es, of a newly fledged goldfinch.
; Ar.siTAL: The greatest happiness we
-it fro'H our old lriond Dr. Palmer, Oi
fa'.auiii-iiian insiuuie, wnusu uuucai imu
shook vwth u hearty good will. Ho arrived
f IT 1 1 .A1. nnintll.-4i n(f
re OT WCUUesilRy iuai a-nei liuuiitniijj
1 Ir through. New Mexico and Arizona. He
:3u leaving on Monday for Sonora, there to
-ue, ly observation, his favorite studies,
uv ;.ad ziology, ami to collect whatever
sraation he may regarding the genealogy
rfnlology of the Indian race. His re
i; L-m have already contributed largely to a
1" of the habits, doctrines, etc., of the
m 'tu' ibitiiiir thistind our sister Territory.
ii.oct creation his observations have
"rn':s and important.
?s Ag.uv : The latest accounts from
ere oi such a ehxraeter as throw a
, -.7 ai! our rjcontly conceived hope
.-'ate of society there was about to un
)o .-. 1 im jrovement. The mo3t terrible
y , T7 frequently repea'ed, it would ap
r, r '.aally ceases Jo be regarded with that
-n itio'i which its first perpetration in
pin'j rt His, atieass. in me present iiibiu.icu
r.r.- sa'prisd to learn that another mur
;.s uoan committed at Florence, This
j'ace on tha 23th inst. The victim wai a
i jxjalih and reipectability, named Chas.
-3 1, and the perpetrator is a worthless
i .nuined Florentine Odego. Wo have
t learned any particulars regarding the affray;
r'.efnote to the-justice of the peaca at this
c bring the source of our information. The
rdfcrer is still at large.
A. P. 0. in me WiLDsr.5fES3: The estab
ihment of a mail route from Tucson, via
ap Grant, Florence, &c, to "Wickenburg)
:Ie result of one of Governor McCormicks
:tao recommendations for the good of
; Territory. From this, as from everything
icsmen'led by him, which has been acted
o?, vre pprceive the existence of the greatest
n'aiinthe conception of his projects. But
i a pity that all the advantages which might
'y i$ derived from a work so judiciously
i.rei nay not be enjoyed. In speaking
p we refer to the ahsurd act of establishing
! post o2ce at Grant a whole mile from that
si whre nobody wishes to have it, and
sre it i3 neither safe nor reatonablo that it
oald be. Now, who has been guilty of thi3
3ard;ty? Did Major DufBeld learn of thi3 ar-
oment yet? We think not, for if he did ho
3'd certainly view the matter as we view it,
3 aj eTery sensible man must view it. North-
it from the camp are two farmers here also
'he post office ; south-east from the post
three farmers ; between the ranches to the
uth-east and those to the north-west the post
6-taated about midway ; here also ia the post
ier and here likewise should be tha post-
A Fight : On Saturday evening three sol-
j6" arrived from Camp Bowie, bearing dis-
eae from Col. Barnard to Gen. Devin to the
set that the Colonel, with one company of
Ta-y had come to an engagement with ahout
Indians, under thir daring leadar Cachise.
cat 33 miles from Camp Bowie. It will be
aimbwe thut after Lieutenant Winters had
hilled ten warriors and put the remainder to 1
flight, Col. Barnard took the trail of tha re
treating savages ; this he followed for a couple
of days whan he camo suddenly upon the en
emy who had become reinforced from the num
ber of sixty to about 500. The Colonel, after &
brief encounter, was obliged to fall back with
the loss of three men. killed and one officer,
Lieutenant Lafferty, and three men wounded.
Finding that the Indians were too numerous to
b driven by his force of 55 men, the Colonel
fortifiad himself as he best could and sent &
dispatch to Camp Bowie, with instructions to
proceed thence to Tucson. The Colonel, with
his characteristic determination, disregarding
the terrible danger by which he was surrounded
declared his intention to hold his position un
til reinforcements should come to his aid. Gen.
Devin is just the man who knows how to ap
preciate such service, but having no troopB here
to send, forwarded a dispatch to Camp Critten
den with instructions to the cavalry company
there to proceed at ones to the rescne.
Had it been possible for Colonel Barnard
to have a force of three companies instead of
one, what an opportunity, was here offered for
a great and important victory 1 But no, it was
impoisible for him to take sufficient force so
long as troops ore not in the Territory. How
ever, tho reinforcements ordered to his assist
ance have reachod him ero this, and it is pos
sible, even probable that something has boen
done toward chastising that impressible sav
age Cachise. We anxiously await the arrival of
dispatches, which' will settle our doubts regard
ing the issue.
P. R. Tully. EstttTn Oohoft.
TULLY & OCHOA.
Main Street, Tucson, A. T.
jnTEREBY give notice to their friends and ti
Jyjl. public generally that tiny haro receivod dirsct
fic-m tho East a full and complete stock of
DltY GOODS,; GltOCEUIES, IIARDATAItE, &o.
and are prepared to sell at as reasonable torma
as any merchants in tho Torritory. Giro us a oall
before purchasing olscwhsrs.
Jan. 1st 13G0.
TAKE NOTICE I
DIRECT FROM NEW YOTLK
V'E would respectfully announce to thepsoploo
Tucson and vicinity, that ire have on hand a largo
and well assorted STOCK OP MERCHANDISE
GROCERIES, t&c, also, best EL PASO "WIN?
and VINEGAR, which wo ofTer for sals at ti
H. LESINSKI', & CO.,
East tide Main Stroot Tucion, A. T.
Jan. Iat '69, tf
E. N. Fish, S. 8n.ivxnxRa
Tucaon, San ranii
E- N- FISH, & CO.,
West side, MainStreet, Tucson, A. T.
"TnBT HOLES AL E ixd RT3TA1L DEALERS IK
We kecip constantly on hand the largest and
most general stock of goods in jhe Territory
soutn ot t ne una.
". Are c onstantly receiving freah supplies oi
Ury uoous, uiotnmg, jjoots and bnoes, tiro
ceries Pi'svisions, Hardware. Liauora in Bbls
and case s, Cigars and Tobacco, &c, &c, whick
vreare oiaering at oxceedmgly low prices.
Jan, 1, 32
21. I. Ji.COB3,
L, II. JACOB
Tucon, A. T
M-1. JAC0ES & CO.
DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDIZE
Main Street, Tucson, A. T
OFFER for sale at a great reduction from
ruling prices, an extensive variety of good
specially selected for, and adapted to th
January 2d 1868 -tf.
OLD GERMAN BAKERY 1 1
T. LUENSTEIN & CO. Proprietors .
In Lesinsky's Building, opposite E. Tf. Fish
&Co., Main Street Tucson A. T.
tfitizens and strangers wanting any superior
Abroad, cakes and pies are notified that - -sre
havo reopened our bakery and solicit their pat
ronage. GEORGE HOOKER.
TuesoH, JL T.
Aaros Ziceiudobf Lom Zeosbkjobf
Aloaqnsrquo N. Ho 19 Day St. N. Y
A. & L. ZBOKBNDORF
E E T A I IT 3) ALEES
FORSE GN and DOMESTIC DRY GOODS
VINO del PAIS
dal RIO ABAJA
PINONBS &o &k
NSW HEXICArT CARPETS and BLNKETS
hand and are
& full assortment of
Every class ofgoods suitable
for this market, which wa ofFar
on tke most rtasonablo tarms, Ohq
of our firm mides in Now York City for
tha sola purpose of buying goods, asd fcaia
is purhased on the most
x.dvnuUgeous terms. Thoso
Who deal with u.i can rely upon
our stock fceiaq of the best quality and
at the lowest pricea. We would call the
attention ef merckanta from this Torritory
aora, to or.r
well aisortod stock
especially suited tothoir
Market, aadcau confidently
axy it will be to their advantago
to ezaiuino it before purchasing elie
roduca of Arizona and Sonora, taken oa
commission and sold to the best 'advantage
f0r those who favor us with their eonfidance.
A. & L. ZECKS3TDORF
Trowar, A. 9. April 1
E0AED OF CO. SUPESYIS0ES.
Tucsox, Pima County, A. T.
September Oth, 1869.
Each property holder in the
Town of Tucson is requested and
urgently solicited to cause the
public streets in the town of Tuc
son to be repaired in front of their
hy Order of the Board,
E. N. FISH,
imw GOODS I
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
CAMP BOWIE, (Apache Pass.)
VS-A Good Supply for travelers. t
nixm S. Steveks.
Sidniz R. DsLoko, SAMnai. Huonci'
HIRAM S. STEVENS & CO.
Camp CrMScKilca, A.T.
WOULD respectfully givo notico to the tradinj
public in and around Camp Crittondan, that
we have just received a largo and well saleated
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, GROCERIES.
HARDWARE, DRUGS, MEDICINES
and all kiuda of necessary articles, for
OFFICERS, SOLDIERS end CITIZENS
Direct from San Francisco;
which wo propose to sell to all at tho vary
at our new itore, at Camp CritUnlen, AriiQnau
PEARL ST. TUCSON, A. T.
Wagons are mado and repaired at this establixh.
mont and everything in the Blck?raith lins dan
Mth promptness and dispatch.
SWEENY & ETOHBH Proprietare.
Jan. 1st, '69
EMPIEE SEWING MACHINE
RECEIVED TEE FIRST PRIZE'
Great Fair of the American Insti
tute, in New York City,
Oct. 26, 1867,
And Highest Premium for
Best Manufacturing Machine
AT PARIS EXPOSITION, JULY, 1867.'
Eyfoj Is it tfee Bast?
It runs over jeams all right
IT WILL TAKE -
Fifty stitches to the inch finer than
any other Machine.
-IT WILL IETT-
Heavier and Thicker Goods than
any other Machine.
IT USES ANY AND EYERY KIND OP
It Sews Starched Goods as well
It aewa the most delicate, thin, soft fabric,
without drawing. It sewa a bias team
az any other.
EMPIRE SEWING MACHINE C03PANY..
294 Bowery, New York, -Every