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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 28 May 1870

7 j TUCSON, A. T.. SATURDAY, MAY SS, 1870, Vol. 3. No 20. . -if'. .. ,. -tzttZTFTv- A J? T7.fi NA N hir yjs&jwj. H nfciy Journal, devotedio the Pe ests of Arizona Territory. every Saturday at Tucson, A. J.. I .rt.T.I'C'S? .Editor. Terms of Subscription $7,00 $4.00 u copr six mc rt for three montns 2.00 fc i n anrh 5, L,;e i-nfflD . , idinyariablyinad7ance 1 JtrnrHqinO" "RatSS w o ,n,hrsper square for the first insertio Hollar for each subsequent insertio LAWS OF THE -SiTBD STATES PASSU-' AL mo t cttQciTHNr OT7 TT-TTC M A i i lit It. 1 J r j. 1 v . if 11 I - I' LXVUA w ' .nTmakln" appropriations to supply dcC XCT tf ' !o.;nns f0r the fiscal year .n ma auiiiiM""" - J irniiitir IILlIUVlVi Be ii enacted by the Senate anu uouse o. r..intatives of the United States of Amer- 4 , opmhlfiil That tho tollowmg .? Mi tWonf as mav baoecpssary, . , . BBTiia aie Uereoy, an uro nmm ,, anv money m te treasury nut uiuoi- -e a-propriatcn, to suppiy i" V.n fVi snrviofi of the 20V- -a -t 1 jr tue ua...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 28 May 1870

lb "Si ''rflwHlM mil l nil' il l 1 1 ICdT rrrTnrnrr-ii THE WIEILY APSOKAK MAY 28. I, ..1870. 7ciifi"T?rEfANi'NiyrA"5.y THE TERRITORIAL' MILITIA. x It ia eminently gratifying to viewHhe ain&n imous favor with which the Governor's militia project is viewed by the people of the Territory The people f Pima county, since the matter was first placed before the public by the Gov. ernor'a proelauation ofOctober 18, 1869, feel ing that the utmost good must result foroin tho operations of a tvell-organized militia fores have oxhibited marked anxiety for tho con summation of the project. And this favorable consideration is not confined to Pima county aloue ; for latters from prominent man ia Yu mn, and the counties to tho north convince us that the masses of the people ar not only sat isfied r.nd willing to organizej but without hes itation will, if called upon for active duty, give their services in camp and field. This determination on the part of the settlers to rid the country of troub...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 28 May 1870

V .--nTlT I 1 ,1 I I l 'l v i L - .1870. I0CAL MATTERS. Quests: Observing men employed irJcbsover way we turned, upon & .Mr.TB i round the suburbs of town, wa ro - i ni.:. i : j ii find oat to waac exiuut ims uuaiuoss carried on ana una mai were are io- o .... r i : P, Egff building? in procew ui erticuuu. -vh reeeired from Camp Grant, Flor ' j $ia Peiro speak highly for tho pros.-.-.!. farmer3. Tho almost total absence at the usual season, il wao generally . ffoatd render the crops an nbeolu te t the facilities lor irrigating nava aeqjsl to the nsce'sity, ana ine narTest iitJ be abundant. ni1 Mr. J. Collintrwood arrived r - " Florence on Wednesday. I-rom tha er we have information of tho stealing by .i . rF Jin 1-tfliintf nf oprnrnl i v. - - ofantmali from baltKiver station, A of neo went in pursuit of the thieves but j inrover a single ueau oi me etoioK i iw TV. Mininir CoinnanT'a mill. r0n of fwo weeks, during which ltground . rt In 1 1 r 'I" r rl (n af rT IjDI 0! xJa'1 u..u"...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 28 May 1870

and river near the aqueduct bridge in the Dis trict of Columbia, under a joint resolution of Congress approved March two eighteen hun dred and sixty-seven, out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, but not exceeding the "mm of three thousaud nine hundred aud flirty dollars. JAIL IS THE DISTB1CT OF COLTJMBu'',lt To pay salary of warden of the juii in tho District of Columbia, for portion of the current year, seven hundred dollars. To pay James B. Hubbell for the construc tion of Fort W. T. She-man, and other building attached thereto, for the Bluckfeet, Blood, and Pegun tribes of the Blackfeet nation of Indiana, in Montana Territory, a5 per contract with V. J. Cullen, United States special agent, dated October seven, eighteen hundred and sixty eight, balance due on settlement, eleven thou sand seven hundred and ninety-two dollars and fifty-one cents. To enab:e the Secretary of the Interior 10 pay balaaco duo for surveying Navajoo Indian reservation under contract, ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 4 June 1870

J v TUCSON, A. T., SATUEDAY, JUNE 4, 1870. fo 21. r:,.: 1 , H Hi t:J Hi V. ARIZONA ,.--ia Territory. . j t n v at Tscwn, A .Editor. - -"r.scritionr S7,oo en nn ........ V.v ntha 2.00 ' 25 dlnvariablyinadntnco fro forth firatinaertfo - flsjcauent inaertio '43 . J XX. .3 A- "HB -sjcS OF THE iSr CONGRESS. up psrmiimns ca&ea for fiiing papers, fr pay of engineer, fireman, and l&borera; for library purposes, telegrams, and for nnrceilaueonn Heme, twentyceven thousand dollars. NORTHERS LAKES AND SEABOARD. For expenses of the obserTntion -tod rjort of atomic, by tolegrsph and signs.!, for the bancfit of the commerce of the northern lakes find wnboRrtl, fifteen then sand dollars. COAST SUB VET. For supply of new vessel for the service of the Ccast Survey, sixty thousand dollars, JUDICIAL For nine circuit judges of the United States, td reside in circuit, from the date of thair respective commissions to Junii thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy, buth inclusive, twemynve inousana ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 4 June 1870

i TEE WEEKLY AHI30NAN JUNK ...r 170 Til 11 DEtMltTjLSNI Oi? Aiukoifl The formation of a new-Military Department embracing the Territory of Arizona and that portion of the State of California, south of a line from the northwest corner of Arizona to Point Conception, on the Pacific, has furnish ed material for uuich comment by our neigh bors west ot tae Coorado. lhis division of California places within the Department cf Arizona the whole south, ra part of that Slate for a distance of about 150 milts north of Los Angeles hence the opposition by the Los " Angeles press :o the new military depart meat, Buyoud the fact thttt Southern Cali fornia 13 dissatisfied at her connection with us ' we are not aware of the real source of her grievanco in this direction, Perhapo she imagines that connection with a Territory, uren in the shadowy manner of forming with it a military department, is an encroachment upon her statu., or worse still, perhaps she considers this a preliminary, step to the ac...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 4 June 1870

1TEEKLY AIIIZUWAjX 1870. LOCAL HATTERS. pLink ; It 3 difficult to uu- . Tuchiaer of meteorology in Oa the 2sta ana zin uu, me il fWmnmeter stood at 97 iu ,r -jias ' . ntiri lr met . .nl.l that men walked .4Uier wua - .irrtfiillv pstowed away in t03 Sircc.J y -- - tv0 coats, isow, again, tnc uus-u,. vr.v V.'isrBRS.a Bhare owner in the - ., miiw. arrived in town oa r".j1 iVw - brought torty ounces or goia, '-jai ihe mine, and sent by Air. . uartner A. Jjevm. a. run oi 1 . i i. r -Ided over ZOU ounces, tuus- sup- 0,al to discaare wnawver inaeoi- 3 n incurred by labor during the U-3 '.'I.!. m in a fvtt-rn nf in cm.. jhj.r, In the hands of men who can ir-;4l"toget the business properly r k.Ii b qi'n certain to prove Use It T. J' 5 0"C1" " ,,w-on their bright prospects; p.rs.rcrecce nisnts a bountiful re- j ;o Mexicans employed by Mr. G. H. . If p'ibhc shou Id know every -t 1 b.-.Vi. t'neir business, they con si-, i e it under cover of darkneES .,, j;e under the cir3unstauceri, (.jti anim...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 4 June 1870

4a? 'fte Jlan D'MKO JTjHWn &Ti that nit awful marder has deen perpetrated in the Jsraa! Vallev. Tfc TJCtiiBj an old man named Yanhouc, cetfled in the Valley some six months ago,- and went to work clearing off land Be was a peasant old tnsn and wss generally fitatf by the people in the Valley. He had Urted a HU) Sunday school and devoted Jris Esadacfs to the instruction of the children of fej neighbors. For several weeks past he had been engaged in clearing off brush, nnd 1m was Uut snen liv on Holiday, Ma? 9th, while engaged in' i Vat work. On the follow. i3g Monday, Hay i6tu, about noon. Vanhoso waa fan ad dgid by a man sataod McDonald, who wtia out hunting. The bodj was found ia a thick growth of brush, and wig much de ' oared, death eridentlj having occurrod four; or fire days previens to the discovery. i thfi Scandinavian population of Minneaota fenmber about 60,000, m oaeeighth of tho m tiw pppnlal ion f the State. 0 f this aggre gate, of 60,000. Norway euppliea 40;000, Swe...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 11 June 1870

TI jP itP51 EtP S53EFi3 TUCSON, A. T.. SATURDAY. JMEfll, 1870, lol 3. No 22. rn9i.ievoieuioi U 1 r I m w t f ":ts of Arizona Territory. w . . , ,rm Saturday at Tucson, A. T, . DOOSEIi Editoe. rm3 of Subacription, Cojr, one year U'.i, months..... $;t.00 ,pVf0r three months .uu ! nnsmustbepaidinvanablyinadvance Advertising Rates. . Mfr, pcr square fortbe first insertio duiar lcr each subsequent insertid LAWS or me A. . cavil IT TI1E UOXD SESSION OF THE !)RTY-FIKST CONGRESS. U 5 V B N T I 0 T BFTWEtK lXITED STATES AMD BELGIUM. ki Fretidtnt of the Uniied Slaies of America. A Piioclamitiok. e-sh Rconven-iou defining tbo rights c ami privileges of consuls, between u atet of Amrica and bis Majesty of u-? Bdciana, whs concluded and i jy iheir respective plenipotentiaries at , ou the fit'tU duy of December, ei.'ht-Ri.dsxty-eight, which convention, i' j Mulish and trench languages, is , - .1 t ottbe I luted States of Amsr j I t M s-y th Kitig, of the Bfdgi&n - gtu utility of defil ing the...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 11 June 1870

r: mw iinJiMiigann-m; f E WEEKLY ABJEONAtf JUNE 11 .-..1870, AN ANALYSIS OF "MINER" TALK. Observing that oar Northern contemporary has for the past two weeks been on the rara- oaee.falsifviuir, msHgsir.g, flitter: ana itisrr jngf "by turns," we have decided this week to lay aside the discussion of graver questious and take a bird.eje view ot its grievances; and having done this will then proceed to fakow forth the foundation upon which they reat. The contemporary referred to, (which it is ay be needless to state is .the Miner,) in the issue of May 21st talks "about various matters concerning the Territory;" and this "talk,'1 which purports to enlighte'h the people upon the affair of the Territory, is really a tirade gainst Hon. R. C. McCormick, our Delegate in Congress, and a call upon that portion of the people opposed to him to bestirring at once in the matter of uniting upon Eome man in opposition to him. , Thip, t once, explains why the Miner has so persistently and raaglignantl...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 11 June 1870

3 ESET ARIZOHAN" ,t,AL ittATTiltS. ill E I: r .lb70. ' ZTCva.iu named Felipe trarsia. i Florence on the 7tn by a. j Ij, rman. Tho soldier, it woula :e i-vidi. nee adduced on the es- a slate of intoxication, and was furnished vrith a bed at ( .ra. This he occupied for a ufi until finding himself alone Lt- 0 2e( kis P,8t0 au( Tresent" ' fllr a-.t of Mr. Garsia, threatening the threat sim- j ii'e "uu v o . . 1? i i '.. 'the wouniea man liveu iur I r.d "ave hu testimony before ' 6 D1U 1 "D W mm.w.. unt of money on the person of ,TreJwau. The murderer T?as sur "J to tbe civil authorities and was ?Vcre and lodged in jail by deputy " W'r.eat, ou the 9th. He denies all J 9 of the affair; claiming tohave been hp did. He has been ucouiui " - ur t0 await the action or a granu fu Coustr. Tho District Court of - rtv has just closed Hon. Johnson fi uCtrict judge of the Becoud Judicial , Trei antl 3pose(i of a larS fr 'rrsiness. We learn that the ability Liar', u. J manifested in the decisions ot ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 11 June 1870

7 : A RESOLUTION for the transfer of an un expended balance of appropriation to th book fund of the Library of Congress Beaolved by the Senate and House of Rap roatuiaUveo of the Unite.! States of Amorica in Congress aMmbled, That the sura of two thousand five hu.-idre'! dollars, appropriated by act approved July thfrty, eighteen hundred mid fiixty-eight, and March three, eighteen hundred and sixty-nine, ' for the expenses of exchanging public decuuents for tbo publi cations of foreign governments, the same being an unexpended balance not required for that pur pott?, be, and the same is hereby, transferred to the fund for the porcnaae of boots for the Library of Coiigrew. Approved, May 5, 1870. A RESOLUTION relativ to tho establishment of a light station on tho Choptank river, in Maryland, Resolved by the Senate and House of Rop resenUtive3 of the United States of America in Congress itssembled, That tho Light-Jioutia Board be, and is hereby, authorized to establish t. figbt st&...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 18 June 1870

23. 3. 1 r ' 1 :0 TUCSON, A. T., SArUHDAY. JU5E.18, 3870. vvkLY ARIZONA zY journal, devoteOto i ! ;js of Arizona TcrrilorJ. curj Saturday at Tucton, A. T. pOOSBR Editor. Terms 0f Subscription, . s months.... -three montns . $7,00 . $4.00 .. 2.00 25 . era, . , , 3 ,j.B;nuSlU-i",mw"" J idrertising Kates. r ,ir square forthe firstinsertio 1 - pack subsequent insertio PIC I A Ol? THE TTEB I TiFSED AT T11E .i:cciTnT HI? TTTTil j V N T I 0 N ' . ,.r TV. BTTH Kk ( i :j.'catvcoucern:ng the citizesship . bs w-fn the Umteu amtuti 01 ,j Mijety th; King of Wurt--aa cjau'aded and signed by their aipotcnti.re, at Stuttgart on tenth day of July, eighteen hun - J 1 r"ri wm,:n treaty, being in Geruiau languages, is word cu.of tho United States of Amer M;rstv the Kine of Wurttemberg, i v..ii tj regulate the citizenship of .1 w.10 emigrate trom tne United , r.cii to Wurtteniber, nnd from r,;, u ilia territory of the United ,.:n riea, have resolved to treat r,.t and have for that purpose ap 3 otientian...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 18 June 1870

IKE WEEKLY ARIZONAN JUNE IS 1870. THB MINES AND THEIR INFLUENCE. The recent developments of new mines in Arizona and the consequent ingresa of a min ing population are producing a decided acti vity in the businee of the country. The real magnitude at,d value ot the Burro mines as well a3 those of other mines recently discover ed, are, cs yet very imperfectly understood outsido of thia Territory; andvih proportion an thuir existence becomes known, and by fwmiihing incontrovertible proofs their value is made app ireut to the public, tho tide of immigration continues to swell and tho business .of the Territory to thrive. Unlike many mining aensationi of past years this of Arizona has a substantial foundation Tho mines of Nsvada threw tha whole country into a fever, and on what foundation? Simpl the discovery of a mining district containing cue ledg-3 which it ia only justice to admit was surpassingly rich. Other mining sensations which, to recount individually, would occupy more paco t...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 18 June 1870

.1870. laJianB Ked-T Prisoner. l'oia by uie vawuvea. 5t8n . 4 Jans 4th we pave the details f-r ' nn tia P:tr.n Grant road. iaoooiras""""- f o the mder of Messrs jvenneaj ana ! 28th ulu On the 30th news 'jolty was brought into town. It so Cjht at thi lime Lieutonants CuBDiE . 3(j caTalry tho former from Camp f'with 13 meo and tha latter from Ef'.' t with 11 men were on eacor; f flura being no cavalry stationed "X-ivieW General Cogswell, command- ::J.3b-district, ordered the above named 1 to proceed with thoir respective com f "parsnit of the Indians. Taking with I ' nide Manuel, the expedition iet ".j, tho upmost despatch, Lieuton&nt ?in command, an.l arrived at the ucena 6 . ck oaly to fiud the remains of tha ii BCO,ria pile of aches produced bj Lril burning of ull that the destroyers i. nrrt away. Proceeding thence m? Grant, tha party was reiuiorcea oy ! ani on the 31st started thenca for Tundinir tm "i"ou. uiuicuiiy mo nt folio" ed for our dys- ranting b , .than 120 :nil3 over...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 18 June 1870

: lauiJttfTJ!! A2f AiDT legalising oertafn location of Agricultural College scrip therein designated. Be it enacted by the. Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of Amer ica in Congresa assembled, That all locations of agricultural college scrips allowed prior to to December first, eighteen hundred a .d sijety stb, at the everot land officvB in the Stato of Wisconsin, in excess of the maxiinun quan tity authorized by the act entitled ''An act donating public lands to the several States and Territories which may provide colleges for tho bwisfit of agriculture and the mechanic art, approved J aly second, eighteen hundred and sixty-two, be, aud the same are herebj, legalized; aad the Commicsioner of the General Land Office is authonzed.to issue patents upon Koeh locations; Provided, That the same Khali be in all olh'.jr respects legal and valid Approved, May 5, 1870. AN ACT to extend the timo within which persons elected to office may tako tho oath of office pre scri...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 25 June 1870

nrcniiBMgaxsra , , iiiii,iu.uj , . J" - " " iiiu i i,i;ih,mi iiyamm iiuiiimi iniFuwuiiiniiiimj i imn iiawuji i i i ,, nw Vol TUCSON, A. T.. SATURDAY. JUEB 25, 1870. No 24. rnrviun.-V A RTZOiSTA N ..h i j--- . rfeeliiy journal, clcvoleuio i tie ,irreHts oi Arizona icrriiorj . blIslicd ci erj iaturuay at i ucson, A. T SiOOtfEIt Editor. Terms of Subscription, ys cpy, '-e yer $7,00 :'? ,ix months 4.00 JOINT RESOLUTION for tho return ofcvidnce of honorable disobarga to offlaeri and enlisted saen. Bo it resolved by the Senate and Home of Usprosentauves ot the United States of Amer ica in Congress assembled, That ull cases where it has become necoisary for auy officer or enlisted man of tho array to file his evidence of honorable discharge froir the military service of the United States, to secure the settlement of his accounts, tha accounting officer with wht-m. it hiB been filed shall, upon application , nV fir three months 2.00 Lv taid officer or enlisted man. HIivr to him ..,Ws farh 'r...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 25 June 1870

Jl,, JUNE 25 1870. THE WEEKLY AliBONANj" to' y whar. m your I em witU rClh respect Ii. C.?feCOKMICK. Delegaw from Arizona. Hoy, Eli G. Parckb, Comnaisjioner of todiau Affairs. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. OFFICE OP INDIAN AFFAIRS. Washington-D, C., April 25ih, 1870. Hon R. G. McCormick, House ofllepreaentativesy Washington D. C. S:it: Your letter of April fSllh inst. is receiv ed enclosing depredation cfftm of E. D. Lane against the Pima and MarieSpa Indiana. In reply you are informeVthat ihs claim h&3 been sent th'u day to Supt. Andrews with in truclious to ljave the same presented to the Indians in council by the agent, Capt. Gross man, and that ho be instructed to use every effort in his power to have satisfaction aad re stitution made to Col. Lane for h"i3 loss and to report the action of the Indiana and lu3 pro cdeiings to this office. Should he fail to obtain satisfaction in this way it is not in the power of the department to afford tho claimant any relief and his only rec...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 25 June 1870

..-,-.7' T I V A It I .I i V ! .1870. I -i he distribution of r ; .;,rf)l)gLout this Department ' . , rt-urs placed Ui3 section i ..;; under the, command , :0i".;t iry tact and skill pro- a 1 ' - a-tas upon Apftcito raias ai " former of these was Gen mcceas in the field so won- .j Vlii thai of his prcdeces ,:iuture removal from com- sUi'io the vitals of our Ter . -n its every department, by ff'a'e s- aS""1 1,10 savaSe v. ,,-i.luallr waning energies. 1.3 - - , i'.ic Apache for rccupo- n was much shorter than cj- fur only a lew weeiia eiaps Uonitnand of tho sub-district v Gmi. Cogswell who immedi&ie- "j . . . &-rr.iast the noble red the most in ii t which that "human Tai ever subjected, only a few . , r.t-.otv wew slaughtered ana v l( .,(,, cf his predecessor, ViOTia fi"ect3 of his campaign 1 rCliand to other duty. n,tr.2 military sub-divisions - na.iuaJer.jo a correspond -, u-sult ofth'u change , tabn from us a military .-rj order was an adition- I ri. orj- The General lett l...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 25 June 1870

CAS GOLDBERG Q O. North-east corner Mam and Vine Sts. TUCSON, A. T. Have just received anew stock olSummer and Fall Goods etabraeing a, general end complete assortment o D K l7 GOQDS, . consisting of- HATS and CAPS of every descriptio oi adapted to every season, OLOAKS SHAWLS BOOTS SHOES SLIPPERS "LADIES' FANCY AND DRESS GOODS BBfHTS MUSLINS : DELAINES, ETC., ETC. also A large stock of Kje WEifisiiY and tnej&efct California Wine and BraMdj. likewise-1 A larce stock of Groceries BUTTER HOKEY, CHEESE and DRIED FRUIT which we offer for sale; wholesale and retail We adhere to a ca3h system and sell our good remarkably low for cash. nl2 " TAKE NOTICE I HFE"W GOORSf DIRECT PllOMWEYOUK "WE would respectfully announce to thepeoploo ueson and vicinity, tbat we have on hand a larjre and well assorted STOCK OF MERCHANDISE GROCERIES, fcc, also, bost EL PASO WTNF and VINEGAR, which, wo offer for salo at th owest figures. H. LES1NSKY, & CO., East fide Main Street Tucson, A. T. J William Z...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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