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TUCSON, PIMA A, To, ATUMSA, JANUARY 14, 171.
Wo. 14.
Tlae Ai'issoma Cl&lseia
IS
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.
Subscription, latcs:
One Copy, one year, 5 00
One Copy, six months 3 00
Single numbers 25
o
Advertising; Kates:
One square, ten lines, one time. ?. ..S3 00
Each subsequent insertion 1 50
Professional cards, per month 3 00
fggBicsinas Advertisement at Jieduccd
Rates All Bills Hoc Monthly Office in
northeast corner of Congress Hall Block.
JOHN WASSON, Proprietor.
Authorized Agents for the Citizen.
Hudson & Mcnet New York
L. P. Fisher San Francisco
Yf. B. Bancroft New San Diego
G. W. Barnard Prescott
R. B. Kelley Arizona City
Professional and Other Cards, Etc.
ATTOBNBY - AT - LAW,
TUCSON ARIZONA.
Will practice in all the courts of
the Territory. ltf
J. 33. ttcCAJPJTJXY,
- AT - LAW,
District Attorney for Pima county, and
U.S. Dcp'yJbid. AiVy, A. T.,
TUCSON AIIIZONA.
Office in Court-house Block: ltf
EDW, PIUTP.S. sr. x.
Office on Plaza, Opposite Catholic
Ciiurcii, Tucson, A. T. ltf
" "B
AT LAW,
1301 F STREET, WASHINGTON, D. C.
O
WILL promptly attend to the collec
tion of all chums placed in his hands
gainst the Government of the United
WutetT. . . .Will also pay spcchsl attention to
procuring patents forMining claims, and
School Cands, etc Respectfully refers
to Governor A. V. K. SaSbrd, and Hon. R.
C. McCormiek. ltf
SURVEYOR,
CF7IL AISTID nVEIIsTHsTG
ENGINEER. Maps Neatly Executed.
TUCSON AIIIZONA.
NEWS DEPOT
AND
CIGAE STORE-
0
mHE LATEST NEWSPAPERS. PERI
X odicals, Magazines and Novels.
Also, a line assortment of
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes, Etc.,
constantly on hand.
J. S. MANSFELD,
Lecinsky's block, oongrcss-st,
8tf Tucson, Arizona.
PROCLAMATION
THE GOVJERNOR.
To, All Whom It May Concern :
WnEREAS, IT HAVING BEEN .MADE
known to me that Charles Reidt,
James Lytic and Thomas Oliver were mur
dered at Mission Station, in the Territory
of Arizona, on the 24th day of December,
A. D. 1870, bv PFDRO PINTO, TOMAS
SANCIIEZ and JESUS ORTEGA, all Mexi
cans by birth; and whereas, This is the
third act of a similar kind that has been
perpetrated near this locality within the
past few years by a desperate class of men
who, upon the commission of said crimes,
flee to Sonora, iu Mexico, for safety; and
whereas, The safety of the lives and prop
erty ol the Citizens of the Territory im
peratively requires that these outlaws shall
be brought to justice and punishment;
Now, therefore, I, A. P. K. S AFFORD,
Governor of the Territory of Arizona,
hereby offer a REWARD OF ONE THOU
SAND DOLLARS ($1,000 00), for the ap
prehension and delivery of the aforesaid
Criminals to the proper judicial tribunal
of the Territory, or one-tiiiud of said
sum FOR the delivery of either.
I 1 Given undermy baud and the Great
A L. s. VScal of the Territory, this 29th day
( ) of December, a. d. 1870.
A. P. K. SAFFORD.
By the Governor.
Coles Bashtord, Secretary of the Ter
ritory of Arizona. itf
The Pioneer Brewery,
A.LEVTN&C0., Props.,
Tncson Arizona.
LAGER BEER, ALE and PORTER al
ways on hand; "also, Fine Lunches. 3tf
From San Diego.
We summarize from The Union of the
5th, as follows: The iirst daily mail from
Los Angeles arrived on the 3d at noon ; it
would come every day at same hour. The
tri-weekly to Tucson would commence the
next week. It has been delayed owing to
the. impossibility of procuring stock. Mr.
Capron had been in Los Angeles a week
and only succeded in getting 22 horses
Gen. Thomas S. Sedgwick leit on the 30th
ult. for Washington to represent the inter
ests of the San Diego and Gila R. R. Co. . .
..The steamer Senator arrived the 4th with
22 passenscrs, besides 116 U. S. troops and
two officers ; troops were just 15 days from
New York Gen. Stoneman and Q. M.
Gen. Tompkins, of Dept. Arizona, were
expected to arrive at S. D. in a few days
Lieut. Craigie, Q. M. at Yuma, started for
that post last Saturday.
Our Camp Grant Letter. Our corrcs
pondent must be indulgent. Having pub
lished the main portion of his aceouut of
Col. Bernard's Indian clean-up, last week,
a brief summary ot the remainder of the
letter (date Jan. 6th) must suffice He
justly compliments the officers and men
Col. B. for fully sustaining his known
reputation as an Indian-lighter, and Lieuts,
Robertson and Kyle for coolness and brav
cry On the 2d iust., the non-eommis
sioncd officers at Grant gave a ' hop,' and
the party enjoyed themselves hugely.,
Lieut. Garrett left, for his home (Washing-
ion, v. me ou insi.
From Arizona City.
Our correspondent, date 6th, itemizes :
Castle Dome mine struck a big deposit of
rich rock; much activity. . . .Colorado river
lower than for years past Brig 'Laura'
not reported supposed lost No news
from part' after murderers of Reidt $500
raised here by citizens Major W. B.
Hooper arrived here the 4th inst. II., W.
fc Co. still supplying large lots of goods
to interior Weather line No excite
ment, and everything lovely.
Camp Thomas Items.
On Jan. 1st, our correspondent says: Mr.
Samonyago arrived here with freight from
Camp Goodwin Dec. 2!)th Thirty-odd
wagons arrived about the 27th from New
Mexico, with corn for the Quartermaster
at this place Indians quiet here The
weather has at last moderated down, the
snow disappearing daily. To-day (New
Year's) is a lovely abbath.
Correspondents will readily see why
their matter appears abridged or not at all.
The Legislature assembles but once in two
years, and for the forty days of its session,
we will surrender much of our space to the
proceedings. Every man interested in
public affairs in general, will be specially
interested in the doings of the Legislature.
We shall endeavor tojind room, however,
for brief items from our regular or other
contributors in the meantime alter which
they can 'cut loose' again. Should we con
clude to issue twiee-a-week (not improba
able) during the sessibn, that would alter
the ease entirely.
Deputy U. S. Surveyor, S. W. Fore
man, is now engaged in extending the 2d
standard South of the Gila and Suit River
base to a point north of Tucson, thance
a meridian south to the Sonora line. At
tar this work, he will proceed to extend
the Gila and Salt River meridian north far
enough to execute surveys of lands in the
valleys about Prescott, where the bulk of
the appropriation will be expended.
Good News. The mail Thursday morn
ing brought news of the sale of the Ariba
oa Ranch and Heintzelman mine to Gene
ral Riplejr, of London, for half a million
dollars. Evidence may be seen at the
Recorder's office. A substantial point is
made for this section of Arizona by the
sale.
Great Sale of Property. Ranchers,
teamsters, merchants, and everybody, will
do well to heed the advertisement of Hinds
& Hooker, under head of New To-day. It
is useless for us to add anvthing everj--body
in Arizona kuows the'iirm, and that
they 'mean biz.'
The Supreme Court of Arizona con
venes in this City next Wednesday. As
sociate Justices Tweed and Reavis are
present, hence there will be a full bench
" Yoeick," of Camp Thomas, will have
to (with us) share the disappointment of
not seeing his letter appear for reasons set
forth elsewhere.
Monetary. S. F. dates to 6th say gold
was 110 in N. Y. Five-twenties 107
110. Greenbacks 90; selling 91J
Twenty thousand pounds of Irish po
tatoes were brought to this market from
Sonora last week, and sold at wholesale
for five cents per pound.
Mr. Capron is between Maricopa and
Tucson with extra horses for the tri-weeKly
mail service.
Want of space and time crowds out al
most every local item, besides personal
mention of Legislative people, etc., etc.
MARRIED.
PIERSON GRANT In Prescott, Dee. 28,
by Rev. M. Gilmorc, D. D., U. S. Army,
J. Henrie Pierson, M. D., Surgeon Vul
ture Mining Co.,, to Louisa A., only
daughter of James Grant, Esq.
NEW ABVERTISEHETS.
Large Sale of Property
WE WILL SELL AT PRIVATE SALES
16 Wagons, 150 set of Harness, 125
good Mules, 50 good Horses of all work,
Saddles, Bridles, &c. ; 600 head of beef
Cattle ; milk Cows and work Oxen ; Hogs,
Sheep; Flour, Beans. Bacon, Pork, Tallow,
Dry Hides, Blacksmith's Tools ; Mowing
machine and Haying Tools ; also, a large
lot of useful property too numerous to
mention. Also about $5000 worth of mer
chandise. We will sell all of the above at reduced
prices for cash or good notes.
We will trade any of the above property
for grain.
HINDS & HOOKER.
Tucson, A. T., Jan. 11, 1871. 14tf
Notice!
Sale of Town XiOtw!
SALE OF TOWN LOTS WILL BE
held
A
At .Fheuix, Saturday, Jan. 21, '71.
JSpTcrmsof Sale One-Third Cash, and
the balance when he Tile is perfected.
By order of
J. P. PERRY, v
13v2 Sec'y S. R-. V. L. A. '
Rafael Suastiqui,
Watchmaker, .Jeweler untl
ENGRAVER ,
AS JUST OPENED HIS ES-YTfTrai
ii tablishment in Tucson, and y
oilers to the public work in his line of a
SUPERIOR ORDER AND FINISH
and with promptness. Particular attention
paid to all kinds oT
REPAIRING.
Prices guaranteed to be reasonable, and
all work warranted. Place of business on
Pennington street, near Riese's restaurant.
(12tf)
T &
SOTJTSCERlSr
Overland ZVrail and. Express
Oojirpa.ny,
ARE NOW RUNNING A
two-hnrse vehicle threeilidS34
times a week, from Tucson to the Burro
Mines, where they connect with Coaches
For All Parte of New Mexico, Texas,
Chihuahua and Eastern States.
gTParticular Attention paid to carry
ing Express Matter, and comfort of Pass
engers. Office at Lasinsky & Co.'s store,
Tucson. (no!3tf)
FRED. RiESE,
Cabinet-Maker, Joiner and French
POLISHER,
PENNINGTON ST., ZECKENDORF BL'K,
"757ISHES RESPECT-dp-'a
v Y fully to announce to U3I?s
the inhabitants of Tucson, JS3
that he has had considerable experience in
Europe, Australia and America, in the
above branches of business, and is confi
dent that any orders entrusted to him, will
give entire satisfaction.
ORDERS RESPECTFTLLY SOLICITED.
(13tf)
E. N. Fish. S Silverbep.o.
Tucson. San Francisco,
Jos. Collinowood, Florence.
MAIN ST., FLORENCE, A. T. j
WMoesaie & Retail ;
DEALERS IN '
General Merchandise.
AVE constantly on hand a large and !
well selected 6tock of Drv Goods, I
Clothing, Boots and Shoes, 'Groceries, 1
Provisions, Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco, j
Hardware, etc., which we will sell at the
very lowest prices.
We have, also, Hay und Grain, constant- j
lyon hand to supply the Public. 5-tf. I
1
I
L N. FISH & CO
Hotels, Restaurants, Saloons, &c,
S3 HALL I
: : : Proprietor
C. 0. BE0WN,
In congress hall ulock, tucson.
O
E WOULD RESPECTFULLY AN-
nounce to the community of Tucson and
traveling public, that he has refitted his
House in the latest style, and cannot be
excelled cast of San Francisco, or west of
St. Louis for neatness, order, or accommodations.-
Keeps constantly on hand a large supply
of the best quality of W I N E S and LI Q
UORS of all kinds, and the choicest
brands of WINES and FRENCH BRAN
DIES for Medicinal purposes. Also just
received a large quantity of the finest im
ported Havana Cigars.
A large and spacious BILLIARD
ROOM, elegantly furnished and fitted
up, where the guests may entertain them
selves after their own tastes. ltf
The Stevens House,
Formerly Levin's Hotel,
Main Street Tucson,
IS 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
ana convenience 01 guests.
Bestof Lodgings
and all the usual hotel accommodations.
THE BAR is well stocked with the
Choicest Wines, Liquors & Cigars.
fA FREE LUNCH at the Bar every
evening. Give us a call.
ntf
FOSTER'S SALOON,
(Opposite Lord & Williams.)
MAIN STEEET, TUCSON, A. T.
UTOST Palatable drinks of all kinds and
JLYX best of SEGARS always to be had at
tile bar.
Rooms large, finely ventilated, and all
things kept neat, lhc public will find
Foster's a place of comfort and refresh
ment. Music hath charms, everybody is
aware, and nere it rciiins supreme. ltt
TUCSON
Hotel and Restaurant!
0
SI.rETrNG EOOMS. and
S 1... f .-.w.-ot on.l tiw.ct ,.v.fVi..t.,
vjs"- uie Dining iioom 111 tne city.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS !
First Class Board at Moderate Rates
A ecommodation for Horses and Teamc.
A Also teams ready to do jobbing in tLe
city and vjeiuity.
2tf JOSEPH NEUGASS.
To Freighters and Travelers en route
to Ft. Yuma and San Dieso !
mHE UNDERSIGNED REFERS THE
JL Traveling Public to the fact that he
kc-'ps on hand a large supply of
HAY and
at his corral, situated 011 the Tucson 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, 1S70. lOtl
Specially Selected
Just Arrived,
liowest Mates,
AND
MUST BE SOLD !
TTJCSOHSr, AKIZONA,
AVE RECEIVED FROM NEW YORK
and 'Frisco, via Pacific railroad, San
Diego, etc., a large, and splendid addition
to their usuallv big assortment of
GROCERIES,
Fine Stock of Clothing,
AND
Wines, Liquors, Cigars
Of every desirable brand, and .1 thousand
and one things needed in the interior, and
which must be 6old as above stated or
given away ! lltf
JOB - PRINTIjVG
OF ALL KINBS SOLICITED AND Ex
ecuted with Neatness, Promptness and at
Rcatonable Prices, at Tiie Citizen Office.
GOLDBERG & CO
TTI
: JOL
Legal Advertisements.
DISTEICT C0UET SUMMONS.
In the District Court of the First Judicial
District, County of Pima, and Territory of
Arizona. . . .John B. Allen against Hiliirio
Cucvas.. . . The Territory of Arizona sends
greeting ToIIilario Cuevas, dejendant:
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED AND
required to appear in an action brought
against you by the above named plaintiff,
in the District Court of the First Judicial
District of the Territory of Arizona, and
to answer the complaint therein, filed in
the office of the Clerk of said Court at Tnc
son, in the County of Pima, within twenty
days (exclusive of the day of serv ice) after
service of this summons upon you, if served
within this county ; if served out at" thb
county, but within this Dietrich thirty
days ; in all other cases, forty days.
The said action is brought to obtain a
decree of Court for the foreclosure of a
certain mortgage described in the said
complaint, aud executed by the said HUario
Cuevas to JohnB. Allen, to secure the pay
ment of the sum of Nine Thousand'Dollars
in gold coin with the interest thereon, pay
able as follows, to wit: Three thousand
dollars in gold coin, payable six months
after the date of said mortgage, with inter
est at the rate of two per cent, per month,
payable monthly, from the 25th day of Jan
uary, A. D. 1868, and interest thereon ;
Three thousand dollars in gold coin, pay
able in nine months from the date of said
mortgage, with interest thereon, at the rate
of one per cent, per month, payable quar
terly, from the fifteenth day of September
A. D. 1868, and interest thereon; Throe
thousand dollars in gold coin, payable in
fifteen months from the date of said
mortgage, with interest thereon at the rate
oi twelve per cent, per annum, payable
quarterly, from the 15th day of September
A. D. 1868, and interest thereon.
That thepremises conveyed thereby may
be sold, and the proceeds applied to the
payment of the amounts due the plaintiff
for the aforesaid principal sums, and the
interest that may be due ; and for the sum
of seventy-two 50-100 dollars, balance dne
the plaintiff, for repairs and improvement
of said premises; for the care thereof, since
the 15th day of September A. D. 1868, and
for taxes and assessments levied and paid
thereon; also, for the costs, expenses and
disbursements of said suit ; and in case
such proceeds be not sufllcient to pay the
same, then to obtain judgment against the
said Ililario Cuevas, for the balance remain
ing due, and for other aud further relief.
If you fail to appearand answer the said
complaint as herein required, the plaintiff
will take default against you, and apply to
the Court for the relief demanded in said
complaint.
I 1 Given under my hand and the Seai.
ks. y of the District court of the First Ju
( v ) dicM District of the Territory of Ar
izona, this 2'Jth day of December, A. B. 187C.
O. BUCKALEW,
Clerk District Court,
12m3 First Judicial District, Arizona.
PE0BATE NOTICE.
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF PIMA
county, Territory of Arizona. In the
Matter of the Estate of Lewis Anthony,
deceased. It appearing to the court by the
Petition, presented and filed by M. L. Stiles,
the Administrator of Lewis Anthony, de
ceased, praying for an order to sell the real
estate of said deceased for reasons set forth
in said petition, It is therefore ordered by
the court, that all persons interested in
said estate, appear before the Eaid Probate
court, on Monday the 16th dayof January.
a d 1S71, at 10 o'clock of said day, at the
court-room of said court, to show cause
why an order should notbe granted to said
Administrator to sell said real estate.
Ilt4 F. H. Goodwin,
Tucson, Dec. 19. 1870. Clerk.
NOTICE TO CKEDH0ES.
Estate of 31. J. Flournoy, Dec'd.
-jVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE
1 undersigned, Administrator of the Es
tate of M. J. Flournoy, Deceased, to the
Creditors of, and all persons having claimi
against said deceased, to exhibit the same
with the necessary vouchers, within one
year from the date of this notice, to the
undersigned at his office, in the town of
Tucson and County of Pima, or the .im
will be lorever barred.
PINCKNEY R. TULLY,
12w4 Administrator.
Tucson, A. T., December 29th, 1870.
PE0BATE NOTICE.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Newton Israel, Deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE
Creditors of, and all persons having
claims against the Estate ot Newton Isra
el, deceased, to present them to the under
signed at his office in Tucson, with tha
neccessary vouchers, within twelve month
from the date of this notice, after which
date all outstandiug claims will be forever
barred. JOHN H. ARCHIBALD,
Administrator.
Tucsou, A. T., Dec. 31, 1870. 12w4
NOTICE TO CEEDIT0ES.
ESTATE OF CHARLES REIDT, DE
ceased. Notice is hereby erivenby the
undersigned, Administratrix of the above
named estate, to the Creditors of, and all
persons having claims against 6aid deceased
to exhibit the same with the necessary
vouchers, within one year from the date of
this notice, to the undersigned, at Arizona
City, Yuma county, Arizona Territory.
Arizona City, December 28th, 1870.
DELIA A. REIDT,
IStfl AuniHttTBATnix

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