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Senator Seward yn'tfdd for EuropVon the
,manyftiondB, andimndca .speech .to, thai crowd. John Sherman of Ohiojiid ftalus'Ka ,Gro(w of 'Pennsylvania, aro tbo Republican Acandidatcs -foVSpcakor of' tho next House of Reptcsenta- Mr,., i ..t i -a Jfc'.grcat fire occurred at'tlio lttndhig iti Pitts burg on the" 9th of '.Jday.. TJepfino steamers were burhed, and' several warehouses.: The loss was))very,'beavy. .'. i. !j ' "Thc following field officers' hayo been, detailed fiwulflrrecruitl years fromiioOti1 otWiie k : X ' ' i Major T. J!. Holmes, 8th infantry,, to relieve llaj. A: 'Gady'dt! f ;Miy6r G, jiurbank,'' 1st infantry," to rclieve)C.Ol. R. C. Buchanan, 4th infaniry, pt-Newport bar racks, Kentucky.' ' . Major L. P. Graham, 2d dragoons, to'relieve Col. G.B.Crittenden, mounted rifles, at Car lisle barrackBj.'Pennsylyariia: ' ; The War Deparcmont has issued orders .di recting a careful t'and thorough reconnoisance ito b'e made by the topographical engineers of. thocountry betwee'n :the San Antonio, Texas, andJEl Paso road, and the Rio Grande and Pe cos fivers. 'Tins' expedition will starfrOm San.. companies of infantry, and mounted force. Camels will, be used for the, transportation of provisions, &c.,. in place of -wagons. -At, the Colorado mines,. fourteen miles above Fort' Yuma, a Mexican knocked down an Amer-' ican by. the name of Ross, and then .robbed Jiinx ofj$375'in dust. "There 'are :only a'boilt, five' Americans' now engaged in tho mines on the" Coloridpj;p$djsqme seven) pr eight on the'rGila. Of Mesdeans; there are about ' 350 on the two rivers engaged in raining: 'They, are 'making' abou t'welVc 'bits nV day' About two weeks since some ,two hundred Mexicaps arrayed, at. the mijies;.,ani report many'more'' on the way. , Horaeo Grecley'writes .to "the ".friends of the Tribune,'' that he is about to take a trip West- Vrard,tthrough-lvansas,,and the. alleged' gold rc giouy. Utah, and 'the Great; Basin, to California, returning according o circumstances.. If time. servesj he will ;"look, at Oregon." He. concludes fhatifheis to have rtny1 respite from editorial labor' during the next two years, he must take it now. -u He telbrpcoplo where lid is goings hi' hopes that he may be able to meet and greet liis personal YrieridS 'along "tlie' road,; We hopq thc'Vusli io see him will not be so great as .to impede, his progress. ' It is -reported that Kimball, eldest son ofHe ber -G. and James Youngj son of Brigham,",hayp, apostatized, and'are about.l'eaving for tlio Slates with, their first wives, . leaving lthoir "spirituals" behind. At least 5,000 apostate Mormons will leaveifor jCalifornia early in tlio spriAg. A new'p'apcr called1 "The J)r'uggjst," of eight quarto pages, published monthly has been, started' ihJCincinriatl ' It is demoted .to the.mr; cantile interest . 1 1 J ' Ofr'-Beale's ' route between ,J?ort Pmitli.and Alburqurouc, twenty-live bridges .will be re quired, the esjtimafjejji'qc of the lot amounting to one' hundred and sixty-four thousand dollars. The cost of.ther bridge at Alburqrtrqtfo'is 'esti mated at sevfintv-fivfi thousand dollars, arid 'n bridge across .the Colorado one hundred thou sand dollars. -Wo think) we 'sec Congress ap propriating.the monoy!'..- - ).' '!''.!'' Onthe;24th of AptU'.a- battle, was fought-. be tween two bands of Na,yajos and Apaches. Ten of tho latter were killed and eight of the former. Tho Navajos lost four thousand sheep, Wo. are gratified to state that tho most trener ous resppnso lias been mado to ' the appeal in behalf' of Prof Agassiz's proposed Museum of Natural History. Tho munificent ...donation of $50,000 for this noble object by Mr, Gray, has already given this movement a start which lias well nigh secured, it success. Thirty-eight per sons have eacb made donations of one thousand dollars and upwards) and the wholo subscrip tion, excliisivo of tho Gray fund; now exceeds $70,000.- Twenty-eight individuals fgavo one thousarid dollars each, nine have contributed two thousand ench'dna'tliero is one siibscnp lion o&firaHktofedtt&Udnarg; 8 ' H who resideUherer 'also several, Animal owned ' : ..... i, if ' . -i-i! by.,rapagos. As tueso pepi" -o .t a recent authority are "Americ'aii citizens, .the Piuals have again violated, their.. .treat- -.h'cfi.c "citizens" certainljj deserve ' protection. Col, Bonneville's escort was near . Ariyaca at tup time, but the Piuals, aware that they we're- strangers in the land, 'on fmblic busihdsa'rtd'd long way frtpri" 'hohxpj-' probably' Qiitt of polite ness 'refrained from stealinff''their tho'rles ! Such 'Tdelida'cy ';."could' 'iscarcc'Iy ' W' ixjiected finrm'n. "rinrtr Tnfli'on ('.'.'"' Oou VisiTpns. Col. Bonneville and staff, accompanied jy Byt Lieut, Col. Reeve, of Fort B.uchaiian,i arrived at Tubac on the indtmng '6f'h6','28iti'iult.li and remained a, few, liours; camping the same nighj;,at Spporl ranclib. On rtho.2pth ajdjSipjlujto partyr vjsitedjj by hiTita tion, the mipos -and amalgamation works of tho Sonora Coijnpaty) a Cerro, iCplprado and Ari .iwxti') -The 'next .point' viitedvwhs'TUc'Bbn, from whence the party Will p'roceedj to, Santa Fe',' via' ort Thorn. ' '. ... ' ' ' ' ill tmmm Indian DipW6bXi6Jc4d Hho 20th ult.? a band' of Apaohes stole from Miguel Zepcta, of Altar, a- frontier town of Sonority die'fol lowing animals : k 12 mares, .3 colts, and one stallion, all brand ed'with,a''Hieroglyphfc resembling W Coital G;!' 1 valuable' mule, 2 young horse mules, 2 dart mules, one gray mule, all branded vlh a hieron'lyphie resembling a capital yT Besides", the above, other animals were stolen fro'm-citizens pf Altar, which can be identified. Wo arc.requcsted to call attention to, .this theft, and ask our ci'tizen's,to restore the,. property if by' apy means it,P.houW.cpme.jintf)thejr;pos-. session!.''"' ! '"'H'J ''tTie 2&thufta narVPof Afiea vfsifcU Mriyida and ' Btdidulll s the animals be bnzinc to. the ' wne SpBSTiTCtrES Foit: pooh WATEii.r Oitr friend Robinson, of Tucson, has oh hand and . for sale,. a,varipty of, godd substitutes fpr bad wa-: ter. -''They: are put up inJ kegs and bcitlcs'.'1- Aniong tlie various articles' may be mcnCoUen a superior quality of whisky. : 1 .1 Rich CouxTR-y, Gfcntle'nien, ' 'highly' Joippe,- tent tb judge, who, hayo-lately visited the Pap- ago country; pronounce 1 it one of the richest nineral regions ip,thc world. .. Some specimens of silver ore were brought in ' that yielddi ' 'dp assay sixiy-j ivc j?cr ccni. vj suuer. vjiiu grpa drawba,clc.to mining operations, ln'.itlns r-eRiortl is the want of sufficient water. Artesia:t If ells will be needed; '.', ' From! Sonora.; ' ' 1 Se'nofs Escartt,o..and, Retas, dispatchdjas, Commissioners by-the Sonoriaiis of CaliftSrniaV were in Mazatlan, lately. They , had ;an,,ritqr- yicw.with Gov,. i?qsqueira, and obtained ,argo", eppcessiohs 'of lah'djon ' !tlie, 'rivers Yaqui jiriji1 iuayo, lor tue, cpiopy.-.tqi s.euie. . inoy.vWQuid eturn to San-Franeised. iii the course of a month to complete theii. arrangements for tho itfmbarkatlonof thp. Vpativtf"Sonpra)viin5'J Womf California. - j---.-.r a or a Gov. PosqueifsHidd" issued aeVemptorj or; rfor 'the 'conliscaj-ipn; if 'tk))' Vast esl,aQ)s;;..of S'iue in. tue Mountains. All tho pa?t wee great fires have been raging along tho western. slope of tho Santa Rita mouht&ins, cxteiiding sometimcs' ltf the'.thlest pen'ks. At Uig1j tlio scene vvas grand-a 'as illumination :'of,, tlio mighty hills tho fire in circles, in ldng iinefe, in'scattered patches,1 and glowing in the- distant hdHzdn 'like tlie watch-fires of a great ajrmy.j Th'e entire' j western slope'of.the mquntaips jias been "burned over, and the fires are now 'wbrkt ing over and aromrd'to tlKTcastern side, making -nt.niglit a strange and be.tutiful spectacle,, w;! ' The Son'oita MtinnEUEns. On oraboutnii 2d inst., the four prisoners under arrest at Fort1 Jouclinuau wjll be sent, with a strong escort-to. La Messilla for trial. There is ample evidence to pommit them, and when put on trial, pthc evidouce, sufficient to convict, will bo furnished. We, are well ridof .a' desperate and dangerous, gang of men who; if thby do not escape,' arid 'they receive dub justice, will .trouble this coun try nor any other, but aishoct timo longer. 1 Bear ! SevcrajjjnzzJyvbjcar have been killed by-personsi working in the timber regions of the Santa'1 Rita mountains, and tlie fires that are now 'raging in' the canons will have the ef fect of diving) Mr. Grizzly injp tho more acces- ibJq regions.! W.e should say that! it" -was a goqd time1 "fori' a 'bear 'hilht' in 'those, canons tanxl lPcalitie's in the mountains where the fires nave pot ournea. ( , , . , . ; t K. tnin laBopcns CbiiiN'Q Bf.CKi-Mqxicap Iaborqrs.cpmc. up very slowly from Sonora. Itboing harvest time, jna;v of them find employment a'homd. Au atfpiilpt o'Jight to bo made by : thevarious min q9mpani;es (t bring, regular, .ipinprs. with their families from the Jower part of .Sonora and from Sinaloehiiraaha" and Durango. With proper effects, a. body of very good' men might be flbtiinod,-v;ho would be'.iriore scrvicd abltrthairtli8'ha whmkupVvery little, about nin.ing,, . , By referepec to' the advertisement below,-it WHITE & G-BAtfttER, J. AT FORT BUCHANAN, Offer for salo 'a. Jargo assortment of Merchandise. consisting of, BUY GOODS, UltUCERIES,! . CLOTHING, IIAT$, . JJLANKETSj 1JOOTS,. ITARD.WARE, SHOES, .t QUEENSWAltE, . Tobacco, of all Sorts arid dualities, LIQUORS OK ALL SORTS,, AC; AO. (Tho above-named articles will be sold at roasnn ablo prices, for Cash., r MOLASSES. 60 gallons for snlo by WHITE & GRANGER, mar. 10 " At Fort Buchanan. will be seen that' phanged hands. the nbteratf' Tucson has . ADVERTIBJEM'ENTS. ." Notice. A LL persons indebted to 'tho subscriber arorcquost ,j cd to qottl'p.tlioir acooiuits without delay, us ho intends Jc'aying, thp ; country t about tho first of Sep tember". All accounts-unsettled by tho 25th of June, will bo collected by law. t (I .14 l'ALATlJSIi llOUIiNSUJN. - AP. Robinson, G-ENEE AL MERCHANT ; AND dealer ' in Grgcericsi Provisions, Liquors, Dry Gobd. Cloth'irifr, Hardwaro, etc.. at Tucson ,Tho' highofprieb'paid for all sorts of produce 14 ; Hotel at Tucson. JT1IIE hotel at this plaoo foriliorly carried on by - Gaorge MattiBonyia now conducted hy j., RioV (dan,:wh'o iTillpay ovory attention to .tho 'travelling .'community'. A good corral'is attached to tli6lIoi'so. 1 TUC30H, Juno l, lgoOl J. RIOllDAN'. COLT'S NAVY SIX-SHOOTER PISTOLS. t For sale by WHITE -k GRANGER, mar. 10 At Fort 33uchanan. HICK. rnn POUNDS FOR SALE at 30 cts. por lb, by 0)J' WHITE & GRANGER, At 1'ort.Rubhanan. mar. 10 WHITE & GRANGER, at Fort Buchanan, havo for salej Riilca, Double-Guns, "North-AVost" Guns, Powder Lead, Ely's Caps, Shot, Gun Wad ding. . ALSO , , Oils, Taints, Whiting, Putty, Chalk, Spirits-Turpentine, Glue, Naild, Castings, Tin-wuro, Brass itcttles, Tubs, Duckets. , mar 10 JACON SIDES, mar. 10 , -12,000 pounds for sala by W1I1TE & GRANGER, At F6rl' Buchanan. PISTOXS AND CAKJJINTC?;.. A SUPPLY OF COLT'S iNAVY PISTOL, (new patttirn,) Also, Pbcict "Six Shooters," together with 1i number of his six-barrel Carbines and five barrel Ittflcs;' FOR SALE at thcStoraof the Sonora Exploring and Mining "Company, Tubac."" l- FREDERICK HUL'LSEMAN, " Store Keeper. C. B. HUGHES, M, D.; PRACTICING PHYSICIAN it SURtfk)N TUI1AC, APlIZOKA. UNITED STATES BOUNDARY MOTEX. T OCATED ON THE SONOlT A-VALLEY E6AD three miles from Fort Buchanan. I Tho abovo hotel has1 been opened by tho subscri ber, and he is-how prepared to acepmmodata trav eled in tho bot stylo the country affords. Ho will Iso keep on hand a fine assortment of wines, Liquors, cigars, sardines, etc., vie: Ho. will also nisuro all horsc3 committed to Ins care. Persons visiting tho Fori' willfmd good accommodations for tho night at my establishment. JAMES, GRAYDON. WANTED, ID Y THE SA-NTA'-RITA SILVER IININ'G CO An cxporioncod Smoltcr. 1 Also, goo'dBarratcros,' to Work in tho'Salero Mino. Apply to ' " '' Wv WRTGHTSON, Tubnc. -mar 53 ARIZONA MOUSE, TUBAC, ARIZONA, s II. F. McCARTY, Proprietor. HARNESS MAKING. THE SUBSCRIBER informs tlio poopls. of this .portion of Arizona, that ho has opened tho Har ness and Saddlory Business at Tubac, where ho is proparcd to do all work in his lino. Saddles and Harness mado and repaired in tho best mannor. (mar. 10) I. A. HILL. FABILO 'TOURltfEIER DUPIA, MAGDALENA, SONORA. Rccoiving, Forwarding, Commission Merchant, Whol.osale Groceries, Drv Goods, all kinds of Mexi can Goods, etc., etc. General Agency for tho purchaso of lands in tha Stato of Sonora. llcforenccs : Antonio Perci, Fort Buchanan, Camou HcrmanOS, Hctmosillo. mar 17 3m der Pon Manuel Gandara1, ihx' iSbrtbra.- Tliey will be. sold' for the benefit of'tlio ' Government and to r9jjlen.isli(.jjie' treasury' of .' tift' .'s.ucccslfu party. - ' !.' ' ' ' 1 f The Gila Exploheus. Mr, J. H. Wells; one Of tlie Gila gold bilkers, wlip recentTy lrfti for tlio sunnosed rich "region lias returned tO TucsW :c' understand that up tJ the tinie pf ills leaving, tho party they had-found few ,indt cations'of gold. Tho Indians' wero quite' nrn, ibablc, manifesting no disposition to, stop iU'o party. Tho country through' which ;tho patty,' had! passed was very mountainous. , . Noticfe. "jVrOTIOE. is 'hereby- given, that package, boxes, or . jiarc'cls, brought by tho Overland Mailj-ifleft in tho oflico over ono dttywill bo, tho risk of thq owners, as the Company inaKo.0 chargo for.Ftdrage', thoy willTidt Uo responsible. "for aiiy iosa that may 008?K' r ,yar UllY, Agent O. M. Co; pVaaon, May 18,385 2m . PrOTDrtv few Ra.Ia' T Pl?FEll fQli . my st0(jk of Dry Qooas and Qr0 , conos, ptoro-Houses, Privato Rcsidcnco, am ' TQ...P- Garden, all locatcd'in Tucion.f " ...?r'Uj Ro half cash, thobalancoin six months -110'St(irnbniin i niitiriv nv nntl fittfxl lin j"5n ftnestyle...iTtio.DYcli,ing Houso, a largo, woliarran-'l god buildiug, J' woR gituaU'd 011 tho plaza. Tho Storo uuauiu uusb Buunnuu in J.ucson lor jjuhhjoss. ,'ly20 tf PALATINE ROBINSON AKtOHEW J". NIOKERSON & COLE, llacKsmitlBS alad Wlicelwrigliis 5 WARD'S R.ANCHE, SONOITA y ALLEY. HPHE above firm aro prepared to do all work in tho lino of their business, in a'neat and durablo stylo. Wa'6nsTuadoand repaired'; all sorts of blacksmith -ing dono, including horso' abd rnlilo shoeiug, with tho utmost despatch and at reasonable priccs.j ! mar 31 pd TTILLED BY killed ( lML,itovEMEXirs,--A' letter from Colorado oity states that many improvements arc .going, on) xd that place, new, buildings, .etc. ( Wqhear a ruraou that thoyaqnt Indians, bf Sonora have "rcvolutiohirlcd" unci are causing considerable allium, WANTED, 'by thd Santa Rita'S. M. Co., a pdrson !''' -wlio U oporienced in bonoficiatiug tho or'ps df silvor by flio Patio pr6ccss. Apply to W.WRIGHTSON, Agenl, Tubac. ' I'LlANg. John Cottman wa illcd bv Ihdians. about tho first of February, 1859, on' tho Qila' Desert, fifteen miles from Suttons Rancho. Tho de'ceiiscd Was an Amorlcan, and is supposed to havo rolativos at Snow Hill, Maryland. His legal reprcsontativo may obtain tho tmount duo him, and hi3 friends ascortain tho particulars, of his dcathby addressing tho subscriber, at tho Overland Iail Station, Pimo Village, Arizona. ' raar3i JOHN OAPRON. DWAllD. E. . DUNBAR, Wo... 92. William Street, Now .York: ' AGENCY FOR MINERS AND TRADERS in ,Now Mexico, Arizona, Sonora, Qhihuahua and Jrft 1 . ., Moxico gonorally. bopus, laclnnory, ami nil kuius ot .bunplies lor Miriihg Companies and Tradors, purchased nnd for warded. Dealor in Bullion and,Ores, I Edward E. Duxbaii k Co., GyYi.is, Sonora. DISSOIiUTlON OF PARTNEKSHIP. THE-' partnership horotoforo existing botweon Ochoa & Aguirro is this day dissolved by mutual consont. All persons indebted to the iato firm arp requested to mako payment, and all having claims can present them for adjustment, at Las Crucos. STEVEN OCHOA. PEDRO AGUIRRA. Fort Buchanan, April 18, 18$'J 3tpd HORSE SHOEING-, AND"" G UN-HEAL Jit A CJCSMITUiy G. rlE SUBSCRIBED is prepared to shoo horsoa nnd mulos and do a gcnoral blacksmith business at liis shop nt Santa Rita. mar. 21- tf. JOHN A. RIDENOUR.