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Josh Billing's sayings.
xUere seems to De iour siyies oi mmu ; stlthem.. who knows its so I 2dJthenVwho knows it amt so I 3d them who split tne diuerence ana guess 4th them .who don t care a darn wnicn way It is! There i3 bat few men who tez character enuff to lead a life of idleness. True love is spelt just the same way in Choc taw as it is in English. Those who retire from the world on account of its sins and peskiness must not forget that they have yet to keep company with a person who wantsjust as much watchin as any body else. A puppy plays with every pup he meets but old dogs have few associates "It coits a great deal to be wise, but it don't cost anything to be happy. Necessity begot convenience, convenience begot pleasure, pleasure begut luxut y, luxury T)egotriot and disease, riot and disease, between them, begot poverty ; poverty begot necessity again and this is the revolution cf man and is about all he can brag on. "Love lies bleeding 1" This is probably one of the darndest lies ever was told. When a man loses his health, then he just begins to take care on it. This is good judge ment, this is I An individual to be a fine gentleman, has either got to be born so, or be brought up so from infancy ; he can't learn it sudden any more than he can learn to talk Injun correctly by practisen on a tomahawk. If a man wants to get at his actual dimen sions let him visit a graveyard. I often set down square on the ice by having !my feet got out of place, but never could see 'anything to laff at, (especially if there was some water on the top of the ice,) but I notice other people can. Precepts are like cold buckwheat slapjacks, nobody feels like being sassy to them, and no body wants to adopt them, If any body wants to be an old bachelor, and get sick at a boarding tavern, and have n back room in the fourth atory, and have a red-hair chambermaid bring his water-gruel to mm m a tin wash-basin, I haVe always said, and 1 stick to it yet, he has got a right to do it. It is dreadful easy work to repent of othir folks sins bnt not very profitable. Indian Troubles More War. 1 mi.r xt t n 1,1 rii. It. 'A. ..... a - troubles in the west, of the present Indian pol icy and of that likly tobe adopted, in this wjse: "The western frontiers of Kansas and the Indian Territory and the whole northwest of Texas appear to be again threatened by the Bavages. They received a short time ago their payment for keeping the peace for a time, and are now again lacking in arms, ammunition and blankets. In consequence they are dis posed to go into the wholesale murder business once more and show our authorities the neces sity of buying them off through unprincipled Indian agencies. It is proposed to try the Penn Quaker dodge on them the next time. It will be found that the Indian of to-dav and the one of the.time of Penn is quite a difierent man. The 'latter; could sell a tract of land the size of Pennsylvania and not miss it, Game was plenty everywhere, "fire water" scarco, and nobody felt disposed to pYilanthropically Scrape the dirt and vermin ofFthe savage to study his color or his capacity for civilization. Now, however, the former lands of the In dians are cut by railroads the game is scarse, the hunting of grounds barren, "fire water1 abundant and plenty of ruffians to sell it, and everybody disposed to scrape the Indians down 'to the bone to see what kind of material he is made of and how he shall be classified in the scale of humanity. The Indian of to-day is a lazy, brutal cut throat To deal with him upon any other sup position is to make him worse. The method of governmental management in our Indian afFaira is an evil as bad as any that exists in the country. There are some commissioners enjoying salaries for superintending tribes of Indians that long ago ceased to exist There ia but one method of managing this question successfully, and that is to make each Territorial government reaponsible for the good behavior of the tribes within its border. The frontier men will keep the savages' quiet; only givethem anopportunity 1;Keno" suffers from police raids in St Louis. North Carolina is threatened with'riegro mail agents. . Gen. "Lee dined with the banker Corcoran last month Gdn. Joseph Wheeler was in Huntsville, Ala. on the 2Sth ult Richmond, Va., is' 'expecting a cargo of Chinese Coolies. ; The cotton caterpillar has put in an appaar nce in Florida. '5 i Adam Sanders GOODWIN & SANDERS, Dealers in General Merchandise TUCSON, A. T. HAVE this day on hand and aro constantly receiving, a largo stock of goods selected EXPRESSLY FOR THIS MARKET, consisting in part of Dry 6ood3 and Clothing, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Military Furnishing goods of all des priptions, Staple and Fancy Goods, Belt3, Pistols, Powder, Percussion caps, &c, c, which they will sell cheap for cash. Thankful for past favors thev re?ooctfully solicit continuance of public patronagoJ" Jan. 1, 1869-tf. SOUTHERN OVERLAND U.S. MAIL. And Express Line-."From Mesilla N. M. to Tucson, A. T. 0 THE undersigned will run a weekly two horse buggy between the above points, connect ing at Mesilla, with stages for Santa Pe and the East, El Paso, and San Antonio, Texas; and at Tucson, with the Los Angeles and San Diego Semi-Weekly Stage Line, and the Weekly line tor nermosillo and uuaymas, bonora ; making a connected stage line for any point in the United States on the Pacific or Atlantic slopes ot the continent, and points in northern and and central Mexico. Particular attention paid to Express matter and comfort of Passengers. The company are responsible for all Express matter sent by their line except against Indians. Buggies leave Tucson andMesilla every Sunday at 4 o'clock, p. in. C. H. LORD, Passenger and Express Agen Tucson, A. T. .. DAVIS & BAEELLA. 423t. f La Mesilla, N. M ARMSUPPLKES 7 BEEF AND MUTTON On Hoof or Block FOR ARIZONA ix OFFICE OF THE CHIEF COMMISSAEY OF SUBSISTENCE, DEPARTMENT OF CALIFORNIA San Francisco, Cal., March 25th, 18G9. SEALED PROPOSALS in duplicate, will be received at the office, No. 201 Sutter Street San Francisco, Cal., by the undersigned, uns til 12 o'clock, M., on THURSDAY, July 1st, 1S69 (when they will be opened) for the sup ply and delivery at the military posts in Ari zona Territory, of all the BEEF and MUTTON, live or slaughtered, that may be required for the troops stationed thereat during the year 1870. 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, Lai, and at the office of the A C. S. at any of the Military posts ia Arizona Territory. Proposals will be received for any part of tue supply. Bidders are 'invited to b'e present at the opening of the Taids, The right is reserved of rejecting' any or all bids. Advertising expenses '($302) will be borne by the successful bidders, pro rata J. McL TAYLOR, apl8;8w Bvt. Col, C. S. New Saw-Mill New Saw-Mill New Saw-Mill AT FORT BAYARD, NEW MEXICO, Waving brought from the -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, wo aro prepared to furnish the Citizens of Arizona with aDy amount of a "superior quality of PINE LIMBER, cad at Grea'tly Reduced Prices Orders filled on short nottce We havo now on hand THREE HUN DRED THOUSAND feet of well seasoned lmmber of all dimensions. Having attached a new SHINGLE MACHINE to our Mill wo are enabled to furnish Shingles at $S,00 per thousand. MIN1CK & BREMEN ml:St FII Goodwin THE WEEKLY ARIZONAN ESTABLISHMENT ! TUCSON, A. T. The only Newspaper published in the Territory of Arizona South of the Bio Gila. Having lately received a LARGE SUPPLY of NEW MAEKIALi we are'prepared to execute ALL KINDS OF 'JOB-WORK, POSTERS, PAPMHLETS, BILL-HEADS, LETTER-HEADINGS, BUSINESS CARDS, CIRCULARS, HAND-BILLS, &c upon the shortest notice, and as reasonable as can bedone thisside of San Fran'cisco. We would particularly recommend our sheet to merchants inSan Francisco Cal., and New YojIi, having business correspondence in this section, as the only advertising medium in the Territory, south of the iRio Gila, and as Tucson s in a section of GREAT COMkER'CIAL IMPORTANCE. Itisforthe interest of every Business House hat wishes to get a share of the trade, to adver- t ise n onr columns ; therefore, send in your orders. Add ress: ''Weekly Arizonan," Tucson, A, T P. It. TULIiV. . ESTEVAN OCIIOA TULLY & OCHOA. Main Street, Tucson, A. T. o HEREBY give notice to their friends and the public generally that they have received direct from the East a full and complete stock of DRY GOODS, GROCERIE8, HARDWARE, &c. and are prepared to sell at as reasonable terms as any merchants in the Territory. Give us a call before purchasing elsewhere Jan. 1st 1869. TAKE NOTICE I HEW GOODS J DIRECT PB0M NEW YORK WE would respectfqlly announce to the people o Tucson and vicinity, "that we have on hand a lartfe and well assorted STOCK OF MERCHANDISE GROCERIES, d-c, :aIso, best EL PASO WTNF and VINEGAR, which we offer for sale at the owest figures. H. LESI&SKr, & CO.-, East side Main 'Street Tucson, A. T. Jan. 1st '69, 'tf. NEW G66DS ! AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES AT THE SUTLER STORE. CAMP BOWIE, (Apache Pass.) A Good Supply for travelers. - tf. ARIZONA' 0FPICTAL DIRECTOR 1869. Federal Officers, r. T T m ' UWW. eecreiarjr Kaiucsr.i. tarw " Chief Justice William P. Turner, Prcscott Associate " Henry T. Backus, Tucson' " " Harloy H. Cartter, La Pax ' Marshal Edward Phelps, Tucson. t?n't. Indians Geortre W. Tlfnt .!. P. Surveyor General Sherman Day,San FranrtiJ xusirici cj. xucson. Assessor Henry A. Bigelow, Prescott, Collector Levi Bashford. " Dept.Collector Customs --J.F. Stone, Tue$.3j Territorial Officers. Cfifi Auditor Charles II Lord, Tucsoa Treasurer John B Allen ' AMornev General Jainc's E McCaffrey f Delegate to Congress Coles Bashford County Officers- PIMA COfoXTY Probatb Judge John S Thayer Sheriff Peter R Brady District Attorney Granville II. Oliry Treasurer Sidney R DeLong Recorder Oscar Buckalew gfC Supervisors John W Sweeney, E. N.MlU John G. Capron Public Administrator,--Chas. II Meyers County seat Tucson. YAVAPAI COUNTY. pc Probate Judge Hczikiah Brooks. w Shoriff A John Mooro District Attornoy John M Rountree. " Treasurer William Cory ' Recorder John H Behan i- Suporvisors John G Campbell, county Seat Prescott. YUMA COUNTY., Probate Judge Joseph B. Tuttle. Sheriff David King. District Attorncy-Marcus D Dobbin j. Treasurer Robert Coles Recorder.-- Peter Doll. Supervisors W Ravena, C. Gross, M,Castit! I'uduc Administrator John Duff, county seat La Paz. MOHAVE COUNTY. Probate Judge Win. L Haskell Sheriff EH Smith Treasurer E M McCarty Recorder James P Bull Supervisors John Pearson, William FowCH Una? Atchisson. Dis't. Att'y A E Davis. county Scat Hardyville. "PAH UTE COUNTY. Probate' Judge Daniel M Thomas. Sheriff' tf J Treasurer Recorder Supervisors- connty seat St. Thomas. Notaries IuSlic. Puma Co. Willi am S Baxter .Maricopa - Mortimer R. Plntt, Tucson; John -M. CiSAlif lahin 4m ipacho Puss; J. B. MeKinnie, Florence; "JfUfl Yavapai fin TTpnV-v W Pli.urv lrin -lVMk ti ierns, Wickenburg; Thos J L J M Lenzarder, Camp MeDov ell. Yujia Co. Charles II. Brinler. ww. -""- 7 7 AIVUWVfcL Li. D. Dobbs. r,a Paz. Assistant Assessors Pima Co. Mark Aldrich, Tucson. Yuma Co Thos. J. Bidwell, Ls Paz. Yavapai Co George Lount, Prescott; W.l licrris, lckenburg Deputy Collectors. Pima Co. P R Brad Tucson. Yuma Cg,TTrR-oht. Coles, La Paz. Mohave CoJas P. Bull, Mohave City. Places and Times of Moldinz Courts. FIBST DISTKICT. Judge Backus Oscar Buckalew. Clerk Hague Ee. ggSg Arizona ' IINsto 'alUorS Jan30 In Tucson, Pima county, fcommencine on tlei" 'M Monday in April, and first Monday in Oct' DTA Judgo Cartter Clerk. ' 'cjB In La Paz, Yuma county, commencing onto'VSS Monday in Mareh and firrt Monday in Septc'ASgf in bi xnomas, ra.ii uto Uountv. eommenwr the 3d Monday in June. In Hardyville, Mohave countv. commenrx?,, ,sv first Monday in January iand first Monday in - rcjjl THIRD DISTRICT. ' ; ' Judge Turner Edward W Wells, Clerk. 'V In Prescott, Yavapai countv. commencing fVA the first Monday in April and first Moc. October. SUPREME COURT. One term in each year at the Canital. comatt inatit in the first Wednesday after beginning of tle"JjPg Buckalew, Clerk. d are;pi iiciplei -7ouId' PUBLIC NOTICE! jprietor bo take; ALL persons are warned against tVespav the property of the MOWRY SILVER 3IL Work will be resumed on an extensive!scale- as proper arrangements'can be made, anJ th' dition oftho country will justify it. The pr" has been placed in the handsofthe Military- ' tie3 of the Unitcicl States, by order of Gc Grant, U. S. A. Commander-in-chief, at thex against the Company will be settled uponre5sSr(Vvm Of Work. Tho iinAaralrwrmA .i:. .,on hi! I."ljaSC5 m Anztfna to see that tire snirit of thii - Ji carried "6'ut. Wagons SYLVESTER MOWB ntaf, Preside th nrom Mowrv Silver MiningCo-i TjS$ New York, Otct4-, '67- DR. IV. P. RICHARDSO.V 0 ffice EicTiBrdson's Hotel TUCON, A. T. '---Mi MM jOHer 40 al:t