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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 29 May 1869

3 ; 'I'M H VV-H.H.K I-v- vA 11 . ill vyacr-r vat ; Tucson, A. T., Saturday, . Mayc29, ' JL JUL JLi T Y JJ.lJAS.JJ-'JL.- ' "771 , ViVri'wuzV.i '-"1 v ."!; 111! . No. 22 ; rol-2. .17 ' I th-! a 'he in. MMix to the jSlshed evcy Saturday at Tucson, A, T. Pbv. DOOft'ER Editois. Terms of Subscription,' SmlCopr, one year Wopy, sir months....... Sopy for three months W SSinEie numoera, , Sjriptionsmustbepaidinvariablyinadvance Advertising Rates. : - StfwSFdolars per. square mrme lignedolbrfcr each subsequent insertion pl, itt & McCaffrey. BBkEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW TUCSON, A. T. .!'.' USaary 2d 1809-tf NOTICE ! Wotice is hereby given tliatfrom and after the FIRST DAY of MAY, lSG'J, I Lava censed to bo a member of tho Pirm of HINTON HOOPER & Co. p; hinton. ' Arizona City, A, T., May 1, 18C9. 3mjfml5 NOTICE t Mr. FRANCIS HIN.TQN having retired, from tho Firm, of HINTON, HOOPER & Co., tho - '!lT 1 xt .ill '... . . I business itiu uo conimaea-Dyino unuersignou un der the firm nara...

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. — 29 May 1869

THE WEEKLY ARJZONAN MAY 29 1869. ABRAHAM LYON; of Arizona Cit our only authorized Agent in Arizona, The appointment of Judge W. J. Berry, of Preicott, to be Registrar of the Land Olfict in Arizona is an indication that that important office is soon to be established. Surveys havo already -been completed on the Salt river and otheri in various parts ot the Territory will soon be" male, and there is no reason why our settlers should not speedily bo entitled to per fect their land and raining ti:Ie in accordance with the liberal laws of the United States, Nothing will go further to create confidence nnd interest in the country. The pioneer' Hires to know that he is legally and fully in possession of bis property and until he is satisfied dr. this point is never easy or content Mr. BuckSlew was 'made" the Receiver of the Land office some time since, and in view of what lie has suffered in the country the appointment was regarded a just one and will not, we, presume, be dis turbed bv the...

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. — 29 May 1869

HM" c co.sl WEEKLY AjUZONAtf Y 29 LOCAL MATTERS. .1SG9. Muhdek: A most brntal morder was pef- netraled Irere on Sundar last. The victim was 3 M.rUn -nnmpil fimvel Yrpfolla: the author of 'VilUUM . . 1 I the foul deed is Aupposcd to be one ValJane.r ; I particulars as neariv as we can ascertain are as I follows: Itappeara that Yregolla had at onetime t 1 his miniU will Q1V6 l , t i...t.; r. !.,. 1. nf Val. Mt IjOkio u f-i " uecn 111 liie auit ui naiwu" iu uuuo .ntertainments in -the court-hous ttn ja Q ,vhose wife j,e (Yregolln) at length in $renmg- GASH STORE!" GOLDBEB'G & CO North-east corner Main and Vine Sts TUCSOfA. T. HAVING recoived a new supply of Summer and '. W1M.UJS Zeckexdomv Tucson, A. T. " ; Aaron Zkckexdohk Louis Zec'kekdo nr Albuquerque N. M. No 19 Dey St., X. Y .... r. . four correspondent ai ron. lumu. - wimnanT of cavalry leltlftat place , . , r. KSSSftY last for Uamp uoouw.... frfmlilsHAM iWis the new judge in place '"MflCartterofthe Taz District was con- St,!...

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. — 29 May 1869

f 4GAtT A " Late Eastern Sc.ws. F JJ-Goodwin -Adam "Saatlc jHEWEEKLY ARl'ZONAK' . . -!... .. . .. (From Mm of the daily New Mexican.) Chicago, May 10 Secretary Boutwell is bavin a full inventory made of everything con- not rieSed; costing near-half bmillion-dbllarsj will be disposed of Thp Times' special says the cabinet did nothing regardiugthe Cuban question; TbeJ Secretary! ofistatehasjdeclafeditffat there fisfl nothing beiore nis aeparwuem suuwiug laai an expedition has left this country. B.e looked upon the newspaper reports as greatly exaggerated. The government of Spain has never officially informed this govornment 0,9 to any insurrec tion in Cuba and it would not be expedient to issue a proclamation, ot neutrality. The-Presi dent Jand cabinet finally decided against' the present repeal. New York, May 10. The Sun has an ac count of a gold discovery at Iloboken, where a ledge of rock was opened to take out stone for foundation of the Steven's free college. Some of therock, gio...

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. — 5 June 1869

THE WEEKLY aRIIOMAK I- m. LPai. n. La Pax, M escott. mil tone' mmEiaY arizoaajx 's Sfkly Journal, devoted to the ,0tUeT5s of Arizona Territory. ford " t"&KCji every saiuru.iy i ucsuu, . DOOXER .-.....-.Editor. 'erms of Subscription, one year ......v..:.... $7,00 six montus v....;..; 5-t.uu U1y fcDDVlfor three months ,r. 2.00 Bombers, each 25 , . ii - El tSeripUQDSmust Depaminvanaoiyiuauvauce ycr$ HMAdvertisme' Kates oKollars per square for the first insertion oaeTdollar for each subsequent Insertion Tucson, A. T., Saturday, Junfe 5, 1869. No. 23 rco. 1CODVII fctf m n NOTICE ! Otice is hereby given tliatfrom and after the FIRST DAY of MAY. 1S69, I have ceased to bo a member of the Firm Of HINTON HOOPER & Co. F. HINTON. Arizona City, A. T-., May 1, 1869. 3mjfinl5 103. ItaPLlrrr J. EMcCatffkv IKXHTT & McCaffrey TOR2fEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW f,Ca3thu:i lannaxyixa ShlandB COED W. W. WILCTAMS CORD & WIXlilAMS. just brought 'on from New York CHpJXJE STOCK OF MERCHANDISE, t...

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. — 5 June 1869

.3 f It TEE WEEKLY AllTZONAN JUNE 5 18G9. WBR'ATIAM LYON, of Arizona City is our only authorized Agent in Arizona. SONORA. It is amazing that in the attention given to land purchases in Washington, so little ie said of in Sonora. The San Domingo land purchase attracts great notice and Mr. Orth, M. C. from Indiana has made a stirring speech in its favor. Yet we venture to say where thrre is one reason for buying that Island, rich as it is, there are a dozen for buying Sonora. Gen. Banks, Chair man of the committee on foreign affairs in the house, is said to think so and other prominent men are waking up to the idea. Lately the New York World the chief democratic organ had this sensible article on the subject : " ''Here is a chance for an effort of diplomacy in the real interest of the United States. As usual, sundry "revolutionary movements" are active in Mexico. The movement in Sinaloa and Sonora may be made to profitably concern this country. Sinaloa and .Sonora art-' North" wester...

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. — 5 June 1869

I. 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 :...

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. — 5 June 1869

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 darnd...

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. — 12 June 1869

iciiMS i. Tuqson, A. T., Saturday, June 12, 186 No. 24 i tn-n Ta m r mi r 1 O 1 Jb1 1 U1A JU. 'WEEKLY JJUZOXAN itiv Journal, devoted to the csts Arizona Territory. E " shed every Saturday at Tucson, A.T. DQOAEK . Editor. m Terms of Subscription, )v, one vear ;r si,vu , s.x jauiuhs 5"t.uu iur three months 2,00 Kmnbers, each -a ftonsniustbepaidinvariablyinadvance Advertisinsr Rates. liars per square for the first insertion fSollar for each subequent insertion tindt SSanoafy TT. eEatt J. EMcCaffkt & McCaffrey. LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES PASSED AT THE "FIRST SESSION OF THE FORTY-FIRST CONGRESS. eraof, ror Duuauis atagenciesana repak&tl fiye thousand dollars. w For provisions for Indians YisUingjtnperiki- tendencies and agencies ten thausariSldollars. BSrOBWEYS AND COUNSELORS, AI TUCSON, 4 T. 2d lS89-tf LORD W. W. WILLIAMS SiOREI & WILLIAMS. A'SiyG just brought on .from 2Tcw lork saiana ortJ.KHmCE STOCK OP MERCHANDISE', (Tollering the shims very en cap tor cuan. 5ok at ot' r g...

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. — 12 June 1869

THE WEEKLY ABJZONAN JUNE 12, , !V..1SG9.5 )-fc. ABRAHAM LYON, of Arizona Gift's our only authorizeo, agent in Arnona. hundred and sixty-seven, seven thousand two hundred dollars. For erection of a steam circular saw-mill, with a grist-mill and shingle-maehineattnched, per fourth article treaty October twenty-eighth, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, eight thou sand dollars. for salary of a physician, per thirteenth art icle treaty October twenty-eighth, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, one thousand two hundred dollars. For pay of carpenter, blacksmith, miller, and engineer, per thirteenth article treaty October twenty-eight, eighteen bund red and sixty seven, three thousand nine hundred and fifty dollars. For salary of a teacher, per thirteenth article treaty October twenty-eighth, eighteen hundred and sixty seven, one thousand dollars. For the construction of school-house or mission building, per fourth article treaty Oc tober twenty-eighth, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, three...

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. — 12 June 1869

rr "irr"f?r 'Y A PfOA.1 A 'Y J conceived the opinion that their approbation . h H 1j UV Ll L -Jyll ! ouile sufficient to support :i newspaper, and JUNE 12.. ...liSGU. LOCAL MATTEES. urn B. N P. KicHAHiMO.V ana wiie icu iur win- cu Sur.d iv. (ff the troops at Camp Lowell on i'ritlay. Coixiks company "II." 32d Infantry ar here on Tuesday from Camp Crittenden rouie lut "'"h inkokckmext: Company "L," 1st Cavy., eJiiesday, en route for Camp Goodwin. e train of IL T. Stevens, of Fori Yuma, ed on Monday last, Bringing a iaige rihumlisa for I. Goldberg & Co tr.ui of E. N. Fish & Co. left for Yuma lrdav. Thia train continues to make the me of any ou the route between luc Yuma the "round trip" in thirty '. Lurb promises to entertain all who Ime and see me," in the corral! attached ' saloou. The Professor having full ghee in his own prowess, is sanguine about m .? i j. aUCClSS oi his j)i;iiuiiii;uii;c3 iu-iuyiii. gBj weather has become extremely warm jfflit werj not for the cooiing inf...

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. — 12 June 1869

Yate Eastern A'ews. (Prom files of the daily New Mexican.) Madrid, May .25 in the Cortes yesterday Article 34 of the National Constitution was adopted ; a civil marriage bill has been intro duced. Republican newspapers assert that the recent vote of the Cortes has only defeated a federal republic for a while; a republic sooner or later must come through want of a monarchy and in the absence of unanimity on the part of the majority of the Cortes. Queen Isabella has proposed to abdicate in favor of her son, Prince Asturias. Gonzales Bravo, a former prime minister, and others advise her otherwise. London, May 23 The difficulty jvitii the Chinese government arising out of jJie perse. cutions of christians in the north, has been settled ; latest dispatches from the Brituh le gation at Silan state that (he Mandarin who countenanced the persecutions has been re- move'l from office, i Washington, May 24 General Dodge tele graphs that all arrangements for through travel on the Pacific read a...

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. — 19 June 1869

Tucson, A. T., Saturday JiiO, 1869. WBL. 2. No. 25 tWSfely Journal, devoted lo tlic gjjjgestg of Arizona Territory. 'USiiSuCd every saiuruuy at a umuu, . . LOOSER Editor. Terms of Subscription, j. one year $7,00 months bl.UU 'or three months 2,00 zMm- , . or rttietDomDers, cacu u Kiptionsmustbepaidinvariablyinadvance 1 Advertising Bates. Cwolollars per square for the first insertion i&oaeTtmlar fcr each subsequent insertion FIC1AL LAWS or THE 'WFED STATES I tieth September, eiffhtean hundred and fifty" I in money, per third atticH tteatj, twenty-second four, one tbousana ana sixty aouars. """""j1! iSihu uuwuw uuu nuy-hve, T?nr insiiwriw. transportation, and the ne- twenty thousand dollars! nfdfiliverv ofaniiuities and pro- For twenty-third of twenty-six instalment. visions for Chippewas of Lake Superior, five to be paid the Chippewas of Mississippi, per thousand seven hundred ana sixty-two aouars imru amuiu treaty in .auyuai, secona, eighteen clvfv.tlirPA op.nta. hundred and for...

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. — 19 June 1869

"jjl ? THE WEEKLY ABJZONAE JUKE 19 1SG9. ABRAHAM LY02T, of Arizona City is our only authorized aienltn Arizona, ONLTjONE OBSTACLE. Up to theSprig of the present year Arizona was spoken of infthe, Atlantic States as a land presenting in geiprnl noother appearance than that of a sandy aste, broken at innumerable. handful of troops already hare be so disposed of that their operatious may bo constantly felt. This may be done by abandoning about one- third of the military post3 now established, many of which are so scantily manned that points by craggy fend naked rocks containing they can hardly afford an escort often men to minerals of limited valne. The aborii .i.il in- be absent for one week, and by distributing the habitants were loo-tad upon as a people who at troops invalidated under this present arrange various times soug learn civilization in all ment among the posts to bo retained. Such its branches but ng W good Intentions were arrangement would give double efficacy to the not ...

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. — 19 June 1869

3 Ot; r es:; C. ib7t Of ft. at Co; itjof(J 1 se J 'PerorJ JUKE 19 18fi9- LOCAL MATTEKS. our . t n MrHnRMICS. At. K ., lias , i, J. ' ; for books and public documents. (Rival: The train of I. Goldberg &Co., from Yuma ca Monday evening Diing- tnr's stores. toetner aumu :k of goods for Lord Williams. rs The times of arrival and departure Sils from and to MesiUa, N. M., on theTuc- ISndilesillaline, havo been changed mo reek. Hereafter, .e buggy wail will leave H)n on Fridays, instead of Sundays aa here- ader Pst. , Loiuosaught to entertain tils auoience, Saturday eveninc, oj feate of legerdemain. iust possible thai he nr.ght have caused ejmSel&f thebarefooied urchins to stare, aac. not interposed and mciste-.cd by a rs;resh ver the spectators collected to witness Wonderful (?) beneath no other roof then the heaven. 4JjBntEwonxs: A beautitul display ot nre- work'sTEame off in front of Eodges' saloon on Monday evening. The surrounding atrnos- owing to the quantity of sulphureous c...

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. — 19 June 1869

M. B. Platt. J- EMcCafprt PJLATT & MCCAFFREY. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW TUCSON, A. T. January 2d 1869-tf OHAe. H. LORD TV. TV. WILLIAMS HAVING jusfVbrought onifrom New York fresh and CHOICE STOCK OF MERCHANDISE, nro offering tho same very cheap for cash. Look at our goods and prices, tf Jan. 1 ,69. G. II. OtJRT, Attorneyland Counselor at Lair Office in Court-house Building TUCSON, At 'J . aug4;07 tf WHEAT'S SALOON- Tho undersigned having leased tho above Sa loon, is prepared to furnish his friends and tho publio with a general assortment of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. AUGUSTUS BRICHTA. Jan SO, 1869. JPXOaraER BUTCHER. SHOP. GEOKGEF. FOSTER. at the OLD STAND on Main Street, TUCSON. A. T. -sj IS ready to supply all customers in ' Iiifl linn Witli no jnw V r .1 a Tim uuu UUUl ilim ill. it low rates as uan bo done clsowhern town. Jan. 1st 1869. PIONEER BREWERY. TUCSON, A. T. liAGEElBEER, A1LE and PORTER Constantly on band. A. LEVIN & J. GOLDTEEE. March M, 1869 11-tf. CAMP G...

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. — 26 June 1869

Tucson, A. T., Saturday, June 2q, 1869. No. 26 eclily Journal, acvowuw Crests of Arizona Territory. EHBhcd every Saturday at Tucson, A.T. m. DOOSER Editor. Terms of Subscription, far, six monius v-. my for three mouths ihmnhers. each fntionsmustbepaidinvariablyinadvancc fiflk Advertising Hates. .ttrcSKinllftM ner square for the first insertion PPIC1AL, LAWS OP T1IK 1TED STATES' FASSED AT TUB HRST SESSION OF THE mm BSDRTY-FIRST CONGRESS. mm .r i t I R,OT making appropriations for llio car Brcntfcnd contingent e.pcuscs of tho Indian do Irmrtmcnt, and for fulfilling treaty stipulations KfTtKTvarious Indian trib's fur the year ending lunelthirticth, eighteen hundred and seventy. mt enacted bvthe Senate and Bouse of iKeni&sentatives ol the United Siales of Ainer liclNltj Congress assembled, That the following Rums! be, and they a-e hereby, appropriated, lOOtlof any money in the treasury not otherwise MSBtODnated, Jor the purpose ot paying ti;e RuXrjnt and contingent expenses of tlie ...

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. — 26 June 1869

Vj in repair school buildings, and for providing suitable furniture, books, and stationery, per fifth article treaty eleventh June, eighteen hun dred and fifty-five, five hundred dollars. For tenth of twenty instalments for the em ployment of one superintendent of teaching and two teachers, per fifth article treaty eleventh June, eighteen hundred and fifty five, three thousand two hundred dollars. For tenth of twenty instalments for keeping in repair blacksmiths', tinsmiths', gnnsmiths', carpenters', and wagon and plough makers' shops, and for providing necessary tools there for, per fifth article treaty eleventh,.Iune, eight een hundredand fifty-five, five hundred dollars. For tenth of twenty instalments for the env ployment of one superintendent of farming, and two farmers, two millers two blacksmiths, one tinner, one gunsmith, one carpenter, and one wagon and plough maker, per fifth article treaty eleventh June, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, ciht thousand five hundred dollars....

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. — 26 June 1869

I.' WEEKLY AIUZOlNAN L , :L' 2g. .1869. LOCAL HATTERS. m ;r t., 'if.Es arrived from La raz on aun m . rucess, irom business, during two antijs s.eins to have acted lavorau.y, as lie SfBg t) ua a personation of "sixfeet one way, jSct t'other." Fy,ish the ice-cream s.-vloon of Leopoldo gnlip every success, even if it is not adver SEce t ream is a rare luxury in a climate ylirHlnow never falls and, where, in the ;nrmner; season, mo uimuiuiubibi '""n" 110 insnade. EltSE Thieves: I3r letter trom Arizona (irn that seven animals were stolen r ,vt-rnment train, at Visita, on the t..e 2d inst. A imrtv of Indians, sent; "it n t lie following morning, killed the i d recovered the stock. I ia ue Sax Juax" ( St. John's Day) was -r.tfS Sh'Stofl hv thftilexican nortion of our ponu- tafuMnRn Thursday. The principal feature of cIepratijii consisted in feats ofhorseman- "Ttr SSH. ni:l.t li-n wlnr-:f i n;l-nrf rMV W a '-drunk," at Adamsville, Gila vaU&VJlQniil"1 i-iu lust., resuuuu in iiiu uit-u.i...

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. — 26 June 1869

-i- r n . nr -a r,,T-r. J. J41CVAITY PJLATT & MCCAFFREY. ATTORNEYS; AND COUNSELORS AT LAW TUCSON, A. T. January 2d 1869-tf G. II. OURYj Attorneyland Counselor at Lar Office in Court-house Building TUCSON, A. 'j . aug4;67 tf PIONEER BUTCHER SHOP. GEORGE P- POSTER. at the OLD STAND on Main Street, TUCSON, A. T. IS ready to supply all customers in his lino with as good beef and at as h low rates as oan bedono elsewhere town. Jan. 1st 1869. PIONEER BREWERY, TUCSON, A. T. LAGER BEER. ALE and PORTER Constantly on hand. A. LEVIN & J. GOLDTREE. March 14, 1SG9 11-tf. CAMP GRANT STORE THE undersigned would respectfully announce that they have just opened anew stock of goods Consisting of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, &c. and aro prepared to sell on tho "live and let live" principle: Would also announce to those persons desirous to settle upon tho Lower San Pedro, that they are proprietors of a large Ascquie and will allow watir to bo taken from it by actual settlers frno of char...

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