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8ATTJRDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1870
P. W. Djoner took out naturalization
papers before judge Titus this week.
Sweet Potatoes sold at 20 cents per
pound in Tucson yesterday,
Wbathkk lias been a little cooler in
fct quite refreshing during the past week,
nd health of the city is good.
Likot. Rilst. of the Tucson post, left on
Wednesday for Camp Crittenden with five
K. W. Clauk, Esq. and Don Leopoldo
Carrillo returnod on Wednesday last from
Tub train of llr. Ainza left on Thursday
l&st, laden with government freight fo
Camp Tbonia in White Mountains.
Toonisoiia Melon'3 are still coming into.
market, and still at frosa 50 cents to 51,25.
A. medium quality of Sonora apples retail
ed ut 11,25 per dozen.
Mr.IsilclIaTd', farmer aCalaDazas, nd
Yi3es ub that a tine quality of potatoes
tinds a ready market in Tucson at 8 cents j
per pound. i
J. S. Mansfield supplies the Tucson;
public with all thelatest newspapers andl
liCerary periodicals, and doesn't forget the
A theatrical structure is going up at
Camp Grant. The boys in blue have stores
uf fun in them, .and they intend to deal it
uut at the low price cf 50 cents per night.
C. T. Ilayden, Esq., left on Monday's
voach for San Francisco and New York to
purchase goods in addition to Ms presents
Tin: Train or A. DeGat.reEsq. arrived
on Saturday last from Fort Yuma heavily
:den with merchandise for Messrs Archi
bald 6: Woods. Shipped via San Diego
.it noon on last Tuesday, Indians stole
i pair of valuable mules and a horse from
the ranch of General Allen, in sight of the
city. The mules belonged to General A.
and the horse to J ohn Sweeney, Esq.
TnE train of Mr. Borquz, consisting ofj
(en wagons, arrived on Thursday mornin;
from Bowie, loaded with stores for Tully,
Oehoa & Delong. and will leave in a fewj
days for Camp Goodwin.
S?.. Don M. Borqcez, and Conrado
-Vjucrra rq. a. m . u. . w a V x u, ,
'.f frnrn- 4Hit T-f"'i rwit- f't tyi ! T t'C ! r ,1
intend making Tucson their permanent
Lt. W. H. Winters. A. A. Q. M. at Camp
Bowie, made a hasty business call at Tuc
son this week. He started on his return
Thursday and will proceed to Washing-i
' on, and may not-return for several months
T ieut'O'Conner will temporarily act as A
A. Q. M. at that post,
Ended. Partnership between Thos Ew
ing nd C. P. Head, for the purposes of con
tracting and dealiiig in grain has term
"mated, as will be seen by advertisement
Mr. Ewing continues fchebnsiness, andmay
je always found ready for business at hi?j
ofllee, inTucaon, nearly opposite Congress
Quick Trstn. The mail by Thursday's!
stage, was but days' from San Diego
if r. Capfon has all things pertaining to
She line In the highest state of efficiency,
Si 1 intends to keep them hist so. The
itiblie can rely upon aprompt eemi-wcekly
mail hereafter, and passengers that they
and their baggage will go through speedily.
Col. J. H. Nelson, Paymaster U. S. A.
arrived in Tucson earlv this week. He wasj
accompanied by W. G. Nelson, E. X.
Fields, and Lt. W. IL Chase the latter!
gentleman of the Board of Engineers
The party left for. Crittenden on Wftdnes-i
iny, and are expected back to-dav, aftc
Tvhichibey will procsedto Camp-Grant
Josephs Academt. It is not as well
known as it should be, that -a prosperonsj
educational institution under this name is-
now m progress m incsoa. it WB3 man-
gurated J une G, 1S70, and has neeii an in
. Tensing success, till now the pupils num
oer 112, and we are informed by the Sisters
in charge that without an exception all
make marked progress. Both teachers and
pupils express em.atic satisfaction with
ono'anothor. Order, system and ueatnes
pervade the institution.
Gkkeral Jons B. Atlek arrived from
.ltar on Thursday evening, and reportsi
his flouring mill there about ready for
He alBO reports the feeling in favor ol
llcCormick's reelection unanimous and en
thueiastJc evorywhere he met witli peoplcj
acquainted with the contest. The Generalf
b a ntaunch Democrat, but like a ma
jority Of the substantial men of the party
in Pima county, "at least, he deems it
would be a public calamity to fail to reeleetj
IfcCorauck to Congress.
Nominations By the People's Con
Just as the paper goes to press, tha fol
lowing People's nominees are reported:
for council, Hiram S. Steveiis, Francisco
S. Leon. Estevan Ochoa, D. H. Stick
ney: for assemdly, Reese Smith, W. L.
Fowler, F, IT. Goodwin, Ramon Romano,
William Morgan, John D. Walter, Juan
Elias, J. W. Anderson: for sheriff, H. Ott:
recorder, Oscar Buckalew; district attor
ney, J. E. McCaffrey: treasurer, John II.
irchibald; supervisor?, J. W. Sweeney,
'S. Hughes, F. Ituiles: coroner, -M. 11
Piatt: public administrator, J. fa. lhaycr:
justices of the peace, G. II. Meyers, A. G.
Benedict: constables, John Mille;-, E. B.
Latest News. Everybody wants it, anal
the way to get the same is to subscribe
for the San Diego Bulletin which is pub
lished every Saturday, and reaches Tucson
the following Thursday. It has the latest
telegrams of domestic and foreign news
up to its publication, ,und is well filled
with news of interest to Arizonan people,
W. H. Gould, Esq., one of the proprie
tors of the. Bulletin, is in town ready tore
Iiight here it is proper to say that Mr.
ibtouui urn not come to Arizona tor any
'other purpose than to obtain patronage
for his paper, but has evinced a most ac
commodating spirit in temporarily aband
oning his interests to forward those of oth
era. This act of his will bekindlv treasur
ed up when his inaligncrs here will be for
gotten, in the poor-honse or insane asylnm.
ithe last stags from San Diego to her hus
band in Tucson, a oox of luscious Concord1
apes. The very sight of them was
"Adamsville's" correspondence wel
come, but too late for this paper.
Mr. J. D. Walker, just in from the Gi
la, reports the poyjle there almost unani
mous against Brady for congress.
People's convention is in session. R
suits next week.
Number of locals in tvno crowded out.
r or a wnoie paper ot wimul and pre
meditated lies, see this day's Arizonan.
Harry M. Smitii, captain of company
G. 21st. Infantry, arrived in Tucson last
Monday, with a lot of recruits. He lelt
isai: i rancisco with Wt on Sept. peri
steamer via the mouth of the Colorado, and
thfinefi fl Ft. Tnina hv rirpr sfpumnr nnd
reached , he g , m
. ' ; . .
John Murphy died near Guaymas, and
men deserted en route. At Yuma, hel
turned BG;ovcr to Lt. Sherwood for camps;
iDate-creek, Hualpai, Verde, and Mohave;
land 11 at Maric.ooa Wells toLt. J. M. Ross
for E. Troop 1st, cav. at McDowll. Thirty
are assigned to camp Thomas, 17 to
Grant, 10 to. Bowie and 5 to Crittenden.
District Court Proceedings.
The Octobcrerm of the Courtof the first
District, opened Monday, October 3d. Thq
rand Jury was impanncled, sworn, and;
charged the same dtty, and continued it;
ianors until tsaturuay last, when it was
finally dishcarged, having found nine in
dtctments of which three were for murder.
Tuesday last, David Anderson was con
vieted of grand larceny, committed last
July in Tucson. Tie stole a ?200 check and
some cash from John Dilgcr, a discharged
Jose Maria Ramirez, pleaded guilty to
the charge of an assault with deadl
weapon with intent to cummit bodily in
jury upon Librado Migraro, June 24, in
On Wednesday, Joseph Carrillo was con
yicted of burglary, he having entered the
hotel of Levin and Brichta. in Tucson, in
! ;lhe night of August 22, and stolen a watch
H and chain, and pocket book contaning
Ijmoney aiuLother valuables belonging IdH
iDaniel II. Slickney.
Anthony Dorman, indicted for the mnr-
!der of Felipe Garcia, pleaded not guilty.
Trial set lor November 21st to give time to
obtain witnesses. Thos. P. DuEcy was
assigned for the defense.
On Thursday, David Anderson was Ben
tenced. to 17 months in the Territorial
prison; J. M. Ramirez to 2 months, and
Joseph Carrillo to two years, with costs of
prosecution taxed against the prisoner &
During last week a train load of 70,000
pounds of government freight was delive
ed to the A. Q. M. at this depot, which
left San Francisco at the same time that a
large amount of government supplies for
this place wits shipped viaGuaymas, which
mas not yet bean hard from, batarcsup
posed 4o be cn route hi charge of a gentle
man who i bending bis best energies to
demonstrate fJiesupcriority of that route;
but it ia a failure and nothing else can bi-
made of i'
published BY AUTHORITY.
nnHE following named places have been
i JL designated by the Board of Supcrvis-
lore of Pima County, A. T., as Election
Precincts for said County for the Novem
ber election, 1870 :
Trecinct No. 1, Tucson, at the Court
House Inspector, Chas. II. Meyers;
Uuugcs, John Miller, E. D. Wood.
Precinct No. 2, Tubac, at Forhe's Housei
Inspector, L. B. Wooster; Judges,
Reese SnritU, Sabmo Otero.
Precinct. No. 3, Chamber's Ranch In
kpector, S. W. Chambers; Judges, John
Petty, Peter Kitchen.
Precinct No. 4, Sonoita, Hughe's Ranch
Inspector, ihos. Hughes; Judges, Win
Morgan, thos. Gardner.
Precinct No. 5, Tres Almos, Montgom
ery's House inspector, John Montgonie
ry; Judges, il. U. .Long, Alex. Aictvenzie.
Precinct No. G, Apache Pass, Tully &j
Co. s store Inspector,- b. K. D&Loug
Judges, Henry Sumker, Alsan Lyon.
Precinct No. 7. Ft. Goodwin, Hind's
store Inspector, H. Lord ; Judge;;, Hucy,
Precinct No. 8, Israel's Ranch, ("Camp-,
Grant! Inspector. Oscar Hutton : uudgesj
I t ir : Tr TrtTr:-..,r. t
Precinct No. 0, Florence Fish & Co's!
iStore Inspector, Jos. Collingwood ;
jJudgcs, Win. Tuttle, Alex Gay.
Precinct No. 10, Adamsville, Richard's
Store Ia?nector, St. Richard; Judges,
G. A. Gulver, J. D. Walker.
Precinct No. 11, Pima Villages, Bichardl
Store Inspector, William Bichard, Judges
ir. M. Larkm, Wm. Mciariane.
Precinct No. 12, Maricopa Wells, J. A.
Moore's store Inspector, Jas. A Moore ;
Judges, J. e. uarr, irans uosgrovc.
F. H. GOODWffl,
4 Clerk of Board.
Tucson, Oct. 8th, 1S70.
XTE very respectfully announce to.the
Public, and especially
-That wc now have at
A complete stock of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
DEY GOODS, CLOTPING,
DHY GOODS, CLOTHING,
iD 11 Y GOODS, CLOTHING,
BOOTS & SHOES,
BOOTS & SHOES,
BOOTS & SHOES,
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
GROCERIES fe PROVISIONS
GEOCERIE S & PR OVJSIONS
GRODERIES & PROVISIONS
which wc offer at the lowest rates that
feuch goods can be bought at in the Ter
I s e would especially call the attention!
of Prospecting Parties and Emigrants, and'
the people of RalMon City, that wc will
SELL AT LOWER RATES
Than they can buy the same on the Rio
Grande or in Tucson, and save them the
Igreat cost ot transportation iroin eitiier ot,
tue aoove menuoneu places.
Give us a call, and you will" be satis
lied with goods and prices.
FOKMEHLT SEOLE'S ItHEWBRY
Best Lager BeerH
Constantly on hand.
'SALES Sy The GALLON or BOTTLE,
At Moderate Prices. Depot Tucson HoteL
J. NEUGASS & CO.
TTTTE take this method of rsspetfall"Ti
I T V announcing to our friends and A.
the citizens of Arizona in generis.,
that we have just received,
and are now open
NE17 AND COMPLETE STOCK
From Eastern Statists,
BOOTS & SHOES,
Also a fall stock of
BRIDLES, CHAINS, COLLARS
line k, i-iorse Snoes,
-And in fact .cverything-
OUR STOCK Having been Belected with
groat care by one of the firm, and with
special reference to this market, we are
comment that we can sell our gooas as
CHEAP LT? NOT CHEAPER
than any other House in the Territory.
Wo are therefore certain that as to quality
and adaptability to the wants of the couh
imunny our stock is unsurpassed.
For thcee reasons wc respectfully solicit
ta share ol the public patronage, teenn
assured that our goods and prices cannot
bill to give entire satisiactiou.
TULLY, OCnOA & DeLONQ.
Governor's Apportionment Proels
To All Wtoni U May Concern:
Wheroiv?, Under an Act of the Congress
of the United States, entitled, " An Ac to
confirm the apportionment and amenc
'certain laws of the Territory of Arizona,"
Approved March 23, 1870, it is provided
ahat an election shall be held in said Ter
ritory on the 'luesday after the first Mon
day in November, in" the year one thota
and eight hundred and seventy ; and
Whereas, It is made the duty of the
Governor, by said Act. to declare by pro
clamation, at kast two months previous
to taid election, the number ol memueia
of each branch of the Lt-gislature to which
each county or district of said Territory
Now. therefore, in pursuance of the
dutv so enjoined upon mc, I, A. P. K.
tSaftord, Governor of the Territory of Ari
zona, do hereby proclaim the lollowing
apportionment oi mtmuera 10 me ensmuji
Legislative Assembly to which eaeir
county or district is entitled, viz :
The County of Pima, four (4) Mcmbere-
bf the Council and eight (8) Memhcra of
The County of Tuma, one (1) Member
of the Council, and three (3) Members of
The Counties of Mohave and Pah Ute
together, one (1) Member of the Council
and oue (1) Member of the House.
The County of Yavapai, three (U)Mem
bers of the Council and six (ti) Members
of the House.
Given under ray hand, and the. Great
Seal of the said Territory, at
u. 8. Tucson, this seventh day ofSep
tembcr, A. D. 1S70.
A. P. K. SAFFORD.
By the Governor.
Secretory of Arizona Territory.
Governor's Election Proclamation..
Whereas, under an Act of the Congress
of the United States, entitled "An Act to
kjonflrm the apportionment and amend cer
tain laws ot the lerntory ot Arizona," ap
proved March 23, 1870. it is provided that
there shall bf1 held, throughout the Ter
ritory, on the Tuesday after the first Mon
day in November, in the year one thousand
eight hundred and scventv, an election
ifor members of the next Legislative As
wembly, and for all Township, County, and
District oihcers, anu Jor Delegate to thf
borty-feecond Congress at the Unitoa
Whereas, it is further provided in said
Act that it shall be the duty of the Governor
to order such election by "proclamation to
be issued not less than two months pre-
ious to said day.
Now, therefore, I, A.P. K. Safford, Gov
ernor of the Territory of Arizona, in pur-
uance of the duty enjoined upon me, do
hereby order a General Election to be held
mpon the day prescribed in said Act, to-
wit: November o, 1870. and also designate
the following offices to be tilled at said
A Delegate to the Forty-Second Congress
of the United States.
Nin e'(0) Members of the Territorial conn
cil, and eighteen(lS) Members of the Ter
ritorial House ot Representatives, a?
The'County of Pima. fonr(4) Members
of the Council and eight(8) Members of the
The County of Tuma, one(l) Member of
the Council and three(3) Members of the
The Counties of Mohave and. Pah Ute
combined, one(l) Member of the Council,
and one (1) Member of the House.
The County of Yavapai, three (3) Mem
bers of the Council and six (6) Members
of the House.
Also, in each countv. three (31 Supervis
ors, a Sheriff, District Attorney, County
Recorder, Countv treasurer, Connty sur
veyor, two(2) Coroners, and a Public Ad
ministrator. Also, in each Election Precinct, in each
of said counties one and not more than
two(2) Constables, and tv. o(2) Justices of
the Peace; and in each such Precinct con
taining a population of more than eight
hundred persons, to be ascertained by the
Probate Court, one additional Justice ot
Given under my hand, and the Great
Seal of said Territory at Tacson,
L.S. this Seventh day of September.
A. D. 1870.
A. P. EL SAFFORD
By the Governor.
M.UK STREET, (0FP031T2 LOKI A WILLIA213.
TUCSON, A. T-
fa f OST Palatable drinka of all kinds ao
1yjL best of SEGAR3 always to be had f
Rooms large, finely ventilated, and all
fi.:.-, i,..n. 'ni. m;u r.A
Foster's a place of comfort and rslreah