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Dec. 17, "TO.
The 4 Associated Press' Imposed
By telegram from Los Angeles (Dec,
'2 7th), it was announced to the 'Associ
ated Press,' that " over eight hundred
fraudulent votes for McOormick had
been discovered," and that " Governor
Safford, the Secretary, Surveyor Gen
eral and other officials are implicated
in the frauds."
We know that many false statements
and sensational reports without foun
dfttion, are sent over the wires some
times by design and sometimes by acci
dent, but how a story so entirely des
titute of truth should have been palm
d off on the telegraph operator and
thfc Associated Press,' we were at first
at a loss ixvknow. But by comparing
the dates of the letter of S. M.' (Syl
vester Mowry) to The Alta a sheet of
such pauncheous proportions and char
acteristic management that it must
use everything sent it for stuffing, and
never pays for anything good if it can
avoid it; a 'respectable' blanket for
' S. M.' in the late campaign, and still
lodges him we find that he must
have been in the vicinity of Los An
geles at the time ; and then the only
wonder with us was, that any tele
graph operator was verdant enough or
Drrupt enough to become the medium
through which a man so untruthfu1
and unreliable in all respects, should
be allowed to impose upon the public,
Mowry may have told the operator how
his friend Jeff. .Davis had esteemed
him so highly and considered his ser
vices so valuable as a spy, that he ei
ther sent or was to send him a commis
sion as Confederate Governor of Aii
zona, and how abominably General
Carlton used him, just as honors were
to be showered upon him, by placing
him in durance vile at Ft. Yuma. "We
hardly think he continued the record,
however, and told him what every one
knows to be the facts : that for years
he has lived on free lunches, and small
loans he occasionally recieves from the
land-hearted or unsuspecting, until his
very name in San Francisco, New
York and Washington is synonymous
with that of " bummer;" that in Ari
zona every strategy was resorted to by
those he was operating with politically
to get rid of him, knowing that he
would damn and sink any cause, and
that neither persuasion nor direct cuts
could relieve them of his presence un
til the last drop of free political whis
ky was exhausted. We do not consid
er it a disgrace to be poor, but for a
man like Mowry, who assumes all the
airs of a nobleman, never speaks of
having a friend of less note than a
President, Senator or General; who
was first educated at the expense of
the government and then tried to de
stroy it the first opportunity he had ;
who has realized from the sale of
doubtful mining stocks, in a few years,
hundreds of thousands of dollars from
his best friends, and spent the same in
debauchery and dissipation, until ho
has reached the lower level of degreda
tion ; that he should still continue to
impose upon the public, and find sluice
ways to getxsff his' slime and corrup
iiou, is something we do not under
stand. 'The Citizen' The Mexicans.
We commence a column of notes and
.3ws for the special benefitjof those of
our patrons and friends who read only
Spanish, expecting to be benefited in
return, as we shall continue it right
along, fresh and to the point. Let the
patrons generally rememember this, if
they please. . . .Our Hermosillo well
wishers, who are getting the campaign
papers yet, clamor for more news and
less politics, and we promise to please
them far as possible, and they in turn
must come to the center. The Sono
rans generally will need the paper.
Failure. Word from Guaymas to
the 2d, says the $10,000 and 400-men
raid after Apache scalps, as per reward
offered, proved an utter failure, except
tht 'the money Was faithfully spent.'
The Governor of Sonora was to start
Indian-hunting himself in a few days.
Notas j Avisos para Nuestros Lec
am lo sucesivo be aeaicaran una o
mas columnas del "Ciudadano" (Citi
zen) para notas y novedades, para el
provecho especial de aquellos que uni
camente natuan el jbspanol, be cree
que todos se aprovecharan de ello co
mo esperamos, que nuestro3 amieros
Mejicanos reconoscan lo bueno de nu
estros esfuerzos en presentarles cada
semana una idea breve'de lo que pasa
en el Tucson, y serca de bus limites ;
como tambien en las demas partes del
Territorio de Arizona y en todos los
paises astrangeros. Hallaran este pe-
riodico fidedigno y responsablo en y
por lo pue en el se publiease.
JUl uongreso ae los 5. u: so conAO-
co en la ciudad do Washington el pri
mer Lunes del corriente.
Se espera que el billete concediendo
terrenos para ayudar a la construccion
del Ferro-Carril de lo paralel 3'2o, se
hara una ley y que se comenzara el
trabajo activo en la proxima prima ve
ra. Fste camino se traira por via del El
Paso en Tejas y pasara por el Eio Gila
cntrando liasta San Diego Cal.
Guando el Ferro-Carril se haya fa
bricado en Arizona, entonses si r.e po-
dran suprimir las dopradacicn:3 de loi
Indies ; lo que causara al Territorio y
sus habitantes, que progresen mas ra
pidamente, como tambien acarreara
mas imigracion quo hasta hoy nolo ha
Muy presto nuestros conciudadanos
Mejicanos estaran tan Americanados,
como los mismos Americanos.
Se espera tambien, que se extendera
una linea telegrafica desdc San Diego
hasta el Tucson, pasandola tambien,
hasta el Puerto Mejicano de Guaymas;
y esto se ejecutara en el espacio do uno
o dos anos a mas tardar ; entonces po
dremos tener noticias de todas partes
del mundo, y en el inismodia en que
ocurran. Las personas Mejicanas de
mas influencia, harian bien en confe-
rir con las autoridades del Viejo Meji-
co, y suplicar a los habitantes de a-
quel pais, para que les ayuden en
una empresa de tanta importancia co
mo os esta. I
La Legislature Territorial, so ccn-
vocara en el Tucson el segundo Mier-
coles de Enero de 1S71. El condado de
Pima tendra cuatro represeniantes,
dos del Consejo y dos en la Asemblea'
los cuales son Mejicanos de Idioma y
nacimiento. A sabar:- Los Honora
bles E. Ochoa y F. Leon, E. Eomano
y J. Elias, Ellos, no hay duda que ve
ran por vuestros intereses mas particu
lares, y confiamos en que adelantaran
el sisema de utilisar a la juventud de
nusetro pueblo, procurandola una es
cuela publica a donde puedan ir y ap-
render el idioma Ingles correctamente,
el cual les es tan indispensable, como
les es asimismo el pan de crda dia.
De este modo y no otro, podran
dentro de poco anivelarse con los mis
mos Americanos en sus lenguages; y
no solo en esto sino tambien en todas
las demas cosas, politicas y personalis
como lo estan en California.
Es un gran obstaculo para el ma-
nejo familiar de Americanos y Mejica-
uos que los idiomas Ingles e Espanol
no sean comunes a entrainbos'
El mensage del Presidente Grant
al Congreso se ha ya recibido.
El favorece la compra do la Isla de
Santo Domingo Esta tambien en
favor de la neutralidad en asentos
Europeos, del bago de la denda na
tional rapida y cuidadosamente ; la
justa tarifa sobre todo y en todo
Finalmente favorece la aseguraciou de
una matricula segura y sin trasmallo
para que todo homdre que puede vo
tar lo haga ura solo vez en cada elec
tion sin menor temer de ser molestado
ni perseguido por motivo de su creeu
cia politica nacionalidad o color.
Keturned. Lieut. Bomus and Dr.
Martin, returned from their proposed
trip to Camps Goodwin and Thomas,
on account of Lieutenant's sickness.
Expect to try it again when Paymas
ter Sprague (who is due here "Wednes
day) makes his round.
Letter from Arizona City, on the
12th, says the Mexicans were celebra
ting the Peast of Toros, with dancing,
Legislative Members Elect.
There are no hold-over Senators for
the coming session of the Legislature
(which convenes on the second Wednes
day in January); on the other hand,
the old regime was wiped away by an
act of Congress, and we have quite a
new deal every way in the Territory.
Yavapai County: Council J. T.
Alsop, H. H. Cartter, A. J. Marma
duke. In House W. J. O'Neill, J.
S. Mercer, John L. Taylor, J. H.Fitz
gerald, G. A. Wilson, Joseph Melvin.
Pima County: Council Hiram S.
Stevens, Francisco S. Leon, Estavan
Ochoa, D. H. Stickney. House Eeese
Smith, W. L. Fowler, F. H. Goodwin,
Bamon Eomano, Wm. Morgan, John D.
Walker, Juan Elias, J. W. Anderson.
Yuma County: Council J. H.
Phillips. House E. H. Brinley, M.
D. Dobbins, Thos. J. Bidwell.
Mohave and Pah-Ute Counties : In
Council 0. D. Gass. House B. H.
Double Death to the Apache !
The appointment of an Indian Agent
for Arizona 'of Jewish faith' (and wo
presume, practice), coupled with the
following 'special' from Washington,
notwithstanding Grant holds to the
broadbrim policy generally, leaves us
to infer that the Apache is to be scalp
ed wherever a head can be discovered.
All we want now is the cavalry :
A Chicago Washington special says
Government is fully determined not to
propose new treaties with the hostile i
Indians ot Arizona, but to prosecute
the war against them with relentless
severity, and troops will be particular
ly urged to effect the destruction of
Cochise, the most noted and dangerous
of Apache chiefs.
Official Vote for Delegate.
. 51 1
, .738 33
MoCormick's majority, 970.
TnE French are sorely beaten again,
and it is reasonable to expect Paris
to surrender within a fortnight. The
Prussians have re-taken Orleans, and
-with it over a dozen thousand prison
ers, and half as many French killed
and wounded. Besides this, the poor
French were being repulsed and boat-
en at all other points in proportion
Money. Latest S. F. dates to 4
m. on tne lutn gold nuj;
backs 90 to 91.
NEW ADVERT ISEMETS.
AF. GARRISON, OF HERMOSIL-
LO, SONORA, informs the
TRADE AND TRAVEL
. .AND. .
that he has the best and cheapest
' Entertainment for Man and Beast'
to be had on the route, consisting partly of
Square Meals, Clean Beds, Hot and
Cold Baths, Choice Wines, Etc.,
and Two New Billard Tables
for the Human Family ;
Besides, Good. Horses to ILot
And the BestofForagc
for All that'Comc!
JSPRemember ! all this and more too, is
to take place and be in full force and effect
on and after January 1, 1871. Grand re
opening on New Year's. Board and Lodg
ing SI 25 per day. Meals at all hours. 10-4t
JS. SPANN, THE ONLY GOOD
Samaritan on the road, between San
Diego and Tucson, has lately enlarged and
generally renttea ana lurmsneu tue
" CAPITAL, "
AX- Arizona, City,
"Where no loafers need apply under any
circumstances, and where any square
man or gentleman (any man is a gentleman
who is 'on the square') can always find a
good looking and gentlemanly attendant
to set out the best ointment and incense
vulgarly called wines, liquors and cigars
that are imported from the Holy Land still
more vulgarly called God's country.
Gentlemen of social, or philosophical
turn of mind ; or even those who think
everything a matter of chance, with a little
science thrown in for luck can here find
where thev can pursue their reflections on
the origin of the Colorado or Gila deserts,
without going heeled. Let us have peace
and plenty of it, is our motto, for a sum
that is both reasonable ana respeciaDie.
Any pilgrim who has a clean nose, or has a
heart in the right place, can find balm of
gilead lor his battered crown or bruis-ed
sole. Here all ia pure and serene. nlOt
To Freighters and Travelers en ronte
to Ft. Yuma and San Diego!
THE UNDERSIGNED REFERS THE
Traveling Public to the fact that he
keeps on hand a large supply of
HAY & GRAIN
at his corral, situated on the Tncson road,
in Arizona city, and where they will find
water and all conveniences for camping,
and the cheapest forage between Tucson
and San Diego. J. S. SPANN.
Arizona City, December 7, 1870. lOtf
Notice to Fre-Emption Claimants!
U. S. Land Office, Prescott, A. T., i
December 2, 1870. j
THE APPROVED PLATS OF THE
Public Lands heretofore surveyed in
Arizona, have been this day bled in this of
fice. All persons holding preemption claims
on said lands, are hereby notified that the
law requires that they file their declaratory
statements in this office within three
months from this date.
nlO Wm. J. Berrt, Register.
Sale Oi Mules.
Tucson, Dep't Arizona, )
Nov. 17th, 1870.
WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC Auc
tion, at this depot, on Monday, the
HJth day of Dec. next, at 11 ouock a. si.,
Tkrms Cash in Government Funds.
Bv order of ftunurul (ieorp-n StrmMnnxi
commanding Department Arizona.
etu J. a. u. JLiSK,
A. Q. M., U. S. A.
The Stevens House
Formerly Levin's Hotel,'
TVost Side Plaza, rricson,
II NOW OPEN FOR THE PATRONAGE
of the public. The Table is constantly
supplied with the Best the Market affords,
and every attention is paid to the comfort
and convenience of guests.
and all the usual hotel accommodations.
THE BAR is well stocked with the
Choicest Wines, Liquors & Cigars.
FREE LUNCH at the Bar every
Give us a call.
A SALE OF TOWN LOTS WILL BE
held in Phenix on the 2od day of De
cember. Terms of sale, cash on delive
ry of certificate of sale, and the remaining
i when the title is perfected.
n9td Wm. Hancock, Sec'y.
ONE DARK BROWN HORSE, SADDLE
and bridle, ten miles east of Tucson.
By paying charges, the owuer may take the
property, inquire al
Probate Clerk's Office, )
Tucson, Dec. 5, 1870. f
All Executors and Administrators of
estates in Pima county are hereby notified
that they are required to file with the
clerk of the Probate Court before the 1st
day of January, 1871, their third term
statement and annual or final account of
their administration, or legal proceedings
will be instituted at their cost.
By order of the court :
u9-ot F. H. Goodwin, Clerk.
THE LATEST NEWSPAPERS, PERI
odicals, Magazines and Novels.
Also, a fine assortment of
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes, Etc.,
constantly on hand. -
J. S. MANSFIELD,
Lescinsky's Block, Congress st.,
8tf Tucson, Arizona.
TUCSON, A. T.
Lager beer, Ale and Porter constantly
on hand ; also tine lunches,
tf A. LEVIN & CO.
Deale rs i n
Brick Building, '
Cornerof Fourth and K Streets,
New San Diego.
Nov. iy. tf.
A. PAULY & SONS,
JTorwardiiigr fc Commission
Goods sent in our care will be forwar
ded over the Fort Yuma Road with dis
patch. Mark goods care
tf-A. P. & SONS, San Diego, California.
A. D. WHXTWf.
J MVOMT3RS AND DEALXKi, JJf
Arizona cmr. JS.,
ARIZONA AND THE SURROUNDING
GEN'L COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
304 California Street,
P. O. Dkawek, San Fiuxcifco, Col.
181 Broadway, Hew York.
(P. Box, 2688.)
Jas. M. Bakney,
John S. Cahb,
Our facilities or purchasing and ar
rangements lor selling are fully completed
and we now offer to the trade a Full Stock
of Merchandise in each department, com
prising all articles enquired for, and sala
ble throughout the Territory.
We sell at small advances tok cash, and
are positive that it is to the benefit of
every Interior Merchant to buy of us in
stead of San Francisco or elsewhere
Avoiding the Expenses
and annoyances of a .
LONG AND TEDIOUS J0UKEY
loss of All of Three Months Time
receive their purchases, enabling them im
increase theirpronts with the same rlcM
Orders by letter receive our careful at
tention, the same as though the parties
were themselves present.
In a word wc guarahtek satisfaction
in prices, quality, quantity, and assort
ment of goods.
Currency and Bullion received at latest.
San Francisco quotations, or sold for
count of owners, as may be desired.
HOOPER, WHITING & OQ7
Arizona City, A. T., Oct. 1st, 1870.
w. B. HOOPEK, j
San Francisco f