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VielffiWEEKLY ARIZONA ! JONES 1869. LOCAL MATTERS. C, H. Lokd left for bis Lome in the East ursday last. . r Mr. TT finldhnrf. brother of Mr. f Has:3 " llSburg of this city, arrived here on Sunday alifornia. He has a large stock of men- in, A ctiandise now en route for Tucson. 1863SHhixes of Camp Goodwiu has taken th Sreljpit contract from Tucson to the several gUitary posts dependent, nt the rate of G5cts. r t fgjn) per 100Jb3 per 105 miles. 'm ujfSi-EO : A farmer at the San Pedro tatennfii.r, whilo working in his field, on Monday 'Jj jjjRas fired upon by a party of Indinu and n ! n Instantly killed. The Indians then rushed to who ifhspot, took possession of the team and suc aul ineeacd m escaping to the mountains. if U v?"'a iloosKUoto Auvocati::" This ipaDublished in Newbur'h , N. 1, is one of n ltifepSerV best family journals In the United ''I'slaS Its object is "to promote knowledge, V"rJ virtugfand temperance" and should therefore jutat, .jtay into every household. ulifAL : Hon. J. B. Allen arrived from Lo3'AngeIes on the 1st inst. Mr. Allen, while - LLTfA n.nlno nnrolmwil nm tori nr rwolvo Ali of iSlb'est milch cows to be obtained in that fit?1 T"esei as Wtt" as tnree l'ves Dees Tnct! lik&j procured at Los Angeles, are now en jronlelfor lucaou. jjEBOM Ypma : Tbeweather here is becoming eisnnmuwivftlv warm : on tue zma ult. tue tuer Nor is the in coming within about 400 yards of the Indian encampment, but there was yet a distance of over 300 yards lo be traveled before he could obtain the position from which he intended making his attack.' Tim movement had like wise to be made over loose rocks and among dry and prickly shrubs where the slightest noise would be in danger of rendering all his hitherto well laid plans utterly abortive. The Colonel therefore took oil' his boots and then ordered his men to do so, which order was at once and cheerfully obeyed The party then proceeded barefoot and soon gained the desired position. Thus it will be seen that to carry on a successful campaign against the Apachesi originality and a thorough disregard of person al considerations are almost indispensable. Extkutaixment- Prof. Lorio gave his first entertainment on Sunday evening. Some main tain that the whole affair was a failure, but many think otherwise : 4The posters announced "doors open at 7 o'clock, performances com mence at 8:30." The performances howe ver did not commence until about 10 o'clock, and this is about the only objection we bear raised. The time which elapsed between the opening of the doors and the raising ofthecurtatn was vari ously occupied : Mr. Rosendo, a Mexican gen tleman of decidedly spiritual proclivities, and himself a member of the expectant audience, addressed the company thus feelingly : "Gen zelcaans (hic-eh) by (hic-eh hiceh) he-rr-r is the Unized (hiceh) Sates aw-v Amerga anz Mehico (hie. eh hie,) &c. For up ward of an hour the company was edified by the wisdom thus flung to it "without money and without price." A Hymn by P at the con clusion of which ditto by L found us sitting expectant at 9i o'clock. Another half hour elapse 1 which was rendered remarkable from CASH STORE! GOLDBERG no North-east corner mam and Vine Sta TUCSON, A. T. DAyifc G received a new supply 0f Summer and Fall Good, embracing a general and complete assortment of Pry goods, Fancy good. La&ioa' dress goods, of every description, Hatsand Caps, Cloaks and Shawls, Boots and Shoe3, Hardwareand Crockery, Groceries and Provisions, eto., ate "Yo auaereio a casn sjaicm ana sell our goods remark uuiy iuv. uivu-UB a can. tf- Jan. William Zeckehdorf Tucson, A. T. Albuquerque N. M, No 19 Dey JOHN T. HAYILAND formerly of Haynes & Lawpn. 1, 69 JOS. KENT noorER formerly of Geo. F. Hooper & Co A. & L. ZEOKENDORP W BOLE SALE AND f h iuo wuuiu uofc lutmui muir inenas anu itie X public that they nave established a CROCKERY AiD GLASSWARE BUSINESS RETAIL DEALERS -under the style of- HAVILAN D HOOPER & Co -AT- No 335 PINE St. (just below Montgomery) ban Francisco. .i wi""'; mometer stood at 93 in the shade, , feoxcessive heat the only annoyance to which , . J the strange exit taken by our Mexican orator , , i who was helped out by a gentleman who kindly . 1WK., , . ... , took one of the orator s feet in either hand and .bloodlwith characteristic ferocity. 1 . . . . , , adei 'i& , . men ruined oiu 01 me ooor, aouutless knowing xsi ii.ME:-xue iMiw woiu ver uiauc U) we tha; d cohesive Dronerties of the dm ni;...: waterlfrom Arizona Citv to La Paz was that 1 : i - . , ..,r .. c, . ''fMSBfr lujiuHuijr ttoum hoi suner any poruon 01 nira frt..SirrBPW5. . r. it , r. . . . .. .1 ......w...... ...v, tunuiii nun Uiai3 c"tiunntaateDiien inorn. ac leit Arizona cuv at WE WILL at all times keep a ful! and com- i plete stock, and sell at the lowest rates Every effort will be made to give satisfaction, in all respects, to those who may be pleased to tavor us wun meir patronage, isuyers trom the country will do well to .give us a call and examine our stock. HAVILAND HOOPER & Co. ma8 A Good Book for Agents RESOURCES OF THE PACIFIC SLOPE! FOREIGN and DOMESTIC DRY GOODS CLOTHING, LIQUORS, CIGARS. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS&CAPS CARPETS, MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICLES. FANCY ARTICLES, VINO del PAIS del RIO ABAJA PINONES &c c. NEW MEXICAN CARPETS and BLANKETS . 1 ii " ,ji;1rnptj brought back 25 tons of ore and arrived Sidxk It. DkLusu. Citv 'it l iVfliflr nn tlir pvninrr nl I l-arli1 -ithferh ult. The distance from Arizouadty TURAK S. STEVEXS & CO- Puz is upwards of 110 miles. the first time in the to 'Anowu his.o y of inai'a in tractors teem inclined to do their lull duty to areigiving general saiitiaciion. uur iucson icb i.amailsmrri ve as renularlv as do the davs nnon a w 4 they are due unless, indeed, when the forelock on the morning of the 28th ult., pro- to La Paz and unloaded 75 tons ot and the performances commence. HiitAM S. Stkvkns. iiMITLs: tor about Camp Crittenden, A.T. ; iiiai. nine id mc -trxTAIT r I .r tr . . bUAix 10, . . . VV 0U . .. rusPectfuIy 6'e notice to tho trading a..0 of.dee, l Arizona, the con- VT public in and around Camp Crittenden, that 1 1 o their full duty and w hao juat received a large and well selected I'ubhshe tock of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, DRUGS, MEDICINES ttflS5BB!t -i. i- i a kus oi nccessaiy articles, for piaDucue cauiures u man uetweeii ims Diace ana r,T'nirjTn . i 'imii I iviJ.no, BvuuihKb and (II ttzkxs a fiS3?Jffie; .tlns occurs about.once ,vur-v two Direct from San Erancisco. a- A ana wuu 8UCU reguiaruy mat we are which wo propose to sell to all at the vorv i iftfbiM regaru u as a supuiauon. LOWEST PRICES : t .qAcKSOWLEDGEMEXT ; We were pleased upon a our new storo, at Camp Crittenden, Arizona. iHorijxeaajngiue lnviiauon uy our menus oi tne oun 1 f WIWJ d. GiWMBnt we learn from the Union that a "UNA i'KKE, A Statistical and Descriptive Summary of tho Mines and Minerals, Climate, Topography, Agri culture, Manufactures and Coramerco of tho Pa cine States and Territories ; including LOWER UAlilr U KiN iAj MBAIUU, ilUlXISU COLUM BIA and ALASKA, By IIOiV. J. ROSS BROWSE, Complete in One Largo OCTAVO VOLUME of ST Pages, Price $4.00. o This is tho Cheapest Work ever ofFered in this ri. . ... marKei 10 ounscnpiion Agents, ana it w com pact with useful information, invaluable to MER CHANTS, FARMERS, MECHANICS, Etc., and deep interest to ALL CLASSES ! d by II. II. BANCROFT & Co. San Francisco, Cal. CONTINENTAL BILLIARD SALOON. paho recently "went down to the sea" to mission merchant lpokgbt fish and sea-gull's eggs lost their smwwnd returned without even a shell. Now i($uJgods have decreed that such be the fate ojjusning parties from San Diego the induce jSkcall and take a fish," is slender indeed. iMixc ; For the past two weeks the -Ifnrmflra. in fliis (tha Santa P,. -11 1 pL :wn ""t" uu'; m(jy nave Forwarding and Com- BY TODD & DURFEE. 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 Wholesale and Re tail. We have on hand and are constantlyreceiving a full assortment of Every class ofgoods suitable for this market, which we offer on the most reasonable terms, One of our firm resides in New York City the sole purpose of buying goods, audj in market constantly. Our merchandise is purchased on the most advantageous terms. Those Who deal with us can rely upon our stock being of the best quality and at the lowest prices. We would cull the attention ot merchants lrom tuts lerruory as also from So nora, to our well assorted stock especially suited totheir market, andean confidently say it will be to their advantage , to examine it before purchasing elsewhere. 3ES 510 E. X. FTSIT .tr C!n uuuuwiM it SANDERS, HON- J. B. ALLEN uuAb. X, iiAxDEN. TULLYtfc 0C110A. .nit Ar wn.T.i i tc t i..tVW .... I " . J. A .Ti loDjemempioyed gathering in their crops of bar- of Teson, A. T. ' -;iyfffire already thrashed out, is now About two weeks hence croPs of ffMj11 be P!anted in the grounds from which GiBgQgky has been gathered; This second ociMll be matured about the latter part of trixiTlwK. rvi .r , .... GUAYMAS, The BILLIARD TABLES are new and of i S0X0RA, the latest style MENTCO. I Th rirnnripf nrs will f fi- sripnisil inrp f n liTf Particular attention paid to receiving and fnr-Lofl.:.. c i. i,f o,i ;cr. .-t waraintr aaann wifh mrilr .)!an.ifr.i. t. 4r..n I J . - .. . ' r r r . 1 " "fiiuuy attention to the r.customers. A share of public patronage is respectfully solicited. Jan. 24, '69. 2i-3m. refers to COL. J. P. T CARTER. HIGHEST MARKET PRICES NOTICE. PAID FOB Sli &isSMf """"u nuicuj.uuui recently, WRSsnok'pn nt nt thn one nn . tn . ;:mB&i 3 uarren aesert. two abundant crops ex m our , .Successful Soochkg The scouting .pediBoa from Camp Grant mention prf ; 1SSk's 5ssue-commanded by CoLDunkle- "rgecjana with rations for sixteen days, re Siitthe en of seven days after bavin. ?aaSMfferritoryofan iuMii?nnnl . c ,Sountaiueers.. Late expeditions from t$w5Igrnt bdDS ln almost evei7 stance 4less successful have led some to believe not, after all, a very great exploit to 11 'tN$mS Apahe eren in his native wiWs ; IS1118 is a misken idea the following the means by which Col iSfrger UC.Ceeded in stealing himself ' " TT 111 I enemy, win faiiv . - r.-.u. jlub vuiuHei aution succeeded iMgagercise of rery great ci II. I. JACOBS, ay Dan some at., San Francisco. Tucon. A. T M. I. JACOBS & CO. DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDIZE o Main Street, Tucson, A. T l. m. jacoiis Territory of Arizona, County of rima, j lo the unknown heirs of Thomas P. McLean deceased, their guardians, agents, &c,, and j all other persons interested : You are hereby notified that upon n final settlement ot the estate ot saia deceased, had J ARIZ O N A ni??! Fn i . . , seiuuiueui oi me esiaie or saia aeceasea, naa rliffif Tr. I freat r5J,uot'?" frT in the Probate Court Of said County and Ter- AND specially selected for, and adapted to this inarKer. January 2d 1869-tf. a balance of nine hundred and thirteen dollars and eighty-eight cents, was found due said estate, and remaining in the hands of Soloman arners the administrator thereof. The undersigned having been appointed by said rrobate Court, as an agent to take pos session and charge of said moneys and havine given bond as required by law, will hold the E. N. Fish, s. Sile viebkro Tucaon, San Francisco E. N- FISH, & CO., West side, Main Street. Tucson. A. T. WHOLESALE axd RETAIL DEALERS IN Siime for the term of one year subject to the claim and demand. of .the lawful heirs of said General Merchandise, ased We keep constantly on hand the largest and . At tne expiration -of one year, said moneys most general stock ofgoods in the Territory l' Qncalled for, will'be paid into the Territorial south of the Gila. Treasury of said Territory in accordance SONO 11 A t PRODUCE, Produce of Arizona and Sonora, taken on Are constantly receivln? fresh snnnHoo nt Dry Goods, Clothinz. Boots and Shoes, fim- uenes j -ovisions, Hardware, Liquors in Bbls. and cases, Cigars and Tobacco, &c, &c, Tfhich weare o Bering at exceedingly low prices. Jan, 1, 'C9. . 32!tf with the statutes in such cases made and pro I commission and sold to the be&t advantage viueu. Tucson, March 19th 1SG9. JOHN B. ALLEN, Agent and 12 tf Territorial Treasurer. for those who favor us with their confidence. A. & L. ZECKSNDORF. Tccsok, A. T. April 1, 1869 . tf.