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ARIZONA CITIZEN.
TUCSON, PIMA CO., A. T., SATHi&DAY, F-EBRJJAEtlT IS, 1871.
Vot 1.
No. 19.
Professional and Other Cards, Etc.
OPF ICE:'
NO. , CONVERT ST., TUCSON, A. T.,
OPPOSITE THE CONVENT.
fSF"A slate for calls may be found at the
Drugstore. 10tf
COTLES BASHFORD,
TUCSON ARIZONA.
Will practice in all the courts of
the Territory. ltf
-A.TTOS.ISrB2' - - LAW,
District Attorney for Pima county, and
U. S. Dcp'y hist. AWy, A. T.,
TUCi-'ON ARIZONA.
Office in Court-house Block. ltf
33. JlP. XXJ3faV33,
1301 F STREET, WASHINGTON, D. C.
O
WILL promptly attend to the collec
tion of all claims placed in his hands
against the Government of the United
States Will also pay spec'rcl attention to
procuring patents for Mining claims, and
School Lands, etc Respectfully refers
to Governor A. Jf. iv. fcauord, and Hon. K
J. McUormick. ill
s. av. iroiTErv,
SURVEYOR,
civil -AJxriD iivEinsnnxrG-
ENGINEER.
Maps Neatly Executed.
TUCSON ARIZONA.
1?
NEWS DEPOT
CIGAR STORE-
0
THE LATEST NEWSPAPERS, PERI
odicals, Magazines and Novels.
Also, a line assortment of
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes, Etc.,
constantly on hand.
J. S. MANSFELD,
Lecinsky's block, Jongress-st,
Stf Tucson, Arizona
Notice
TO THE PUBLIC.
E very respectfully announce tothe
Public, and especially
To Travelers,
-That we now have at
Cajnip IS w:ie
A complete stock oi
DRY GOODS, CLO THING,
DRY GOOD S, CLOTHING,
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
BOOTS & SHOES,
BOOTS & SHOES,
BOOTS & SHOES,
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS,
GROCERIE S & PR OYISIONS, "
GRODERIES & PROVISIONS,
And Miner's Tools,
which we offer at the lowest rates that
such goods can he bought at in the Ter
rity. We would especially call the attention
of Prospecting Parties and Emigrants, and
the people of Rallston City, that we will
SELL AT LOWER RATES
Than they can buy the same on the Rio
Orande or in Tueson, and save them the
jreat cost of transportation from either of
the above mentioned places.
BP Give us a call, and you will be satis
fied with goods and prices. .
2tf TULLY, OCHOA & CO.
TSic Arizona Citizen I
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY,
Subscription. Kates:
One Copy, one year, 5 00
One Copy, six months 3 00
Single numbers 25
o
Axivertising Rates:
Twelve lines in this type, one sq.
One square, ten lines, one time 3 00
Each subsequent insertion 150
Professional cards, per month 3 00
rMumicM Mvenisemems ai Jicuuccu
Bates. . . .All Bills Due Monthly. . . . Office in
northeast corner of Congress Hall Block.
JOIfX WASSOX, I'roprictor.
Authorized Agents for the Citizen.
Hudson & Mcnct ... xNew York
L. P. Fisher San Francisco
W. B. Bancroft New San Diego
G. W. Barnard Prescott
R. B. Kellev Arizona City
LITTLE BREECHES.
A TIKE COUNTY VIEW OF SPECIAL PROVI
DENCES. I don't go much on religion,
l never am't had much show ;
But I've got a middling tight grip, 6ir,
On the handful o' things that I know.
I don't pan out on the prophets
And freewill and that sort of thing
Rut I believe in God and the angels,
Ever since one night last Spring.
I come into town with some turnips,
And my little Gabe came along
No four-year-old in the country
Could beat him for pretty and strong.
Peart and chipper and sassy,
Always ready to swear and to fight
And I'd larn't him to chew tobacker,
Jest to keep his milk teeth while.
The snow came down like a blanket
As I passed by Taggart's store ;
I went in for a jug of molasses .
And left the team at the door.
They scared at something and started
I heard one little squall
And hell-to-split o'er the prairie
Went team, Little Breeches and alL
Hell-to-split o'er the prairie !
I was almost froze with skeer ;
But we rousted up some torches,
And searched for him far and near.
At last we struck horses and wagon
Snowed under a soft white mound,
Up sot, dead beat but of little Gabe
No hide nor hair was found.
And here all hope soured on me,
Of my fellow critter's aid
I jest Hopped down on mj' marrow-bones
Crotch-deep in the snow, and prayed.
By this the torches was played out,
And me and Israel Parr
Went off for some Avood to a sheepfold
ihathe sam was 6omewnere thar.
We found it at last, and a little shed:
Y here they shut up the lambs at night;
We looked in and seen them huddled thar,
bo warm and sleepy and white.
And thar sot Little Breeches, and chirped
As peart as ever vou see.
" I want a chaw of terbackcr,
And that' s what's the matter of me."
How did he get thar ? Angels,
ne never could nave walked in that storm.
They jest scooped down and toted him
lo whar it was sale and warm.
And I think that saving a little child,
And bringing him to his own.
Is a derned sight better business
Than loafinT about The Throne.
TnE MESTEit of the 2Sth, in speak
ing of improvements in Prescott, says:
Levi Bashford keeps carpenters and
other tradesmen at work, repairing,
beautifying and makinpr comfortable
his store and other buildings on the
north side of the plaza. The "Old
Capitol is now one of the best-look
ing, most comlortaDle bulletin ers in
town, and the store in which Mr. Bash
ford has a large and costly stock of
groceries, provisions, clothing, etc., is
now undergoing repairs, which, when
completed, aviII set it oft right prettily.
Mr. B. is one of the wealthiest mer
chants in Arizona, and has befriended
many a poor man.
The Sixtieth Time. Judge "Watts'
trip to the States which he commences
this morning, will make the sixtieth
time he has crossed the plains since
his residence in New Mexico. This
time he goes to "Washington to com
plete the arrangements for the First
.National Bank ot Santa Fe. It all
others interested in New Mexico
would work as hard for its welfare as
the Judge does, the Territory would
soon move iorward. We hope the new
banking establishment will be a suc
cess, and we wish the Judge a safe
and pleasant journey. Santa Fe
Post.
Alexander Caldwell, of Leav
enworth, was elected U. S. Senator by
the Kansas legislature on the 25th of
J anuaiy.
Indian Affairs.
There was a large meeting of citi-
j zens
on Thursday evening, in the
court-house, to hear the report of the
committee appointed to take testimony
on Indian depredations, in connection
with one of the Legislature. A press
of other matter in type in advance,
prevents the appearance of the doings
0f the meeting this week, but we may
. ..a i i
say that the attendance was large and
! composed of prominent men. The
nn:ffpr, hnA ,,Gen hlfi n
many affidavits from"; other counties
because of mail irregularities, but sub
mitted those of about eighty well in
formed citizens and army officers,
Tl sh loss o hundreds of lives
and hundreds ot thousands ot dollars
;T1 wmorfv (Wimr tlio ln.f hvn vnars
j . ,7 3 " J
Dy nostne xnaians, uuu every amans
either regards their hostility greater
now than at any time since the organ
ization of the Territory, or that the
highways are extremely dangerous
for small parties, &c. : also show that
the resources of the Territory are am
pie to maintain a large and prosperous
population. The meeting was ad.
dressed by Hons. S. R. DeLong, John
H. Phillips, J. T. Alsop, H. H. Cart-
ter, T. J. Bidwell and E. N. Fish
Additional testimony will be accumu
lated, when all is to be published in
book form, and the committee were
authorized to raise 1,000 for thatpur
pose, and yesterday before noon the
citizens of Tucson had cashed up over
tfoOO. More next week.
Every man interested in Arizona
should read the financial exhibits Ave
give this week to the exclusion of much
else of intrest, and not neglect the
special Corn's report which is common
ly believed to have been orginated for
the sole purpose of defeating the con
firmation of Cha's H. Lord as Auditor,
and possibly John B. Allen as Treas
urer, both of Avhich gentlemen have
filled their offices honestly and correct
ly, and discharged their duties as citi
zens Avith as much liberality as any
other tAvo in Arizona according to their
means. A detailed history of this
causelessly inimical report and its
failure to effect the purpose intended,
is croAvded out.
The Legislature, as per joint resolu
tion, Avill adjourn next Monday at 10
a. m. xne session lias Deen at least
an average useful one. All like bodies
Avill defeat some meritorious bills and
pass some that are of doubtful utility,
but in this instance, avo Ioioav of no
harmful enactments. At this Avriting,
all laAvs of special importance are pass
ed, save the one making an apportion
ment for members of the next Legis
lative Assembly. A public and free
school bill-has been enacted, and this
of itself Ave regard Avorth Avhat the
session cost.
Increase of Pay. The folloAving
may be of interest to persons ambitious I
for legislative profits if not honors : i
A "Washington dispatch of the 4th j
says Pomeroy reported a bill limiting
the sessions of territorial legislatures I
to 40 days, fixing the pay, as folloAvs : j
ALembers !jb,00 per day during such.,'
session, and 6,00 for every 40 miles I
of travel. The president of the coun-!
gil and speaker of the house, $8,00 per ;
day; one chiof clerk 8,00 per day,;
and one assistant clerk, one enrolling j
clerk, one engrossing clerk, one ser- j
gent-nt-arms, and one door-keeper at
5,00 per day ; passed.
"We are under constant obligations
to Hon. E. C. McGormick for docu
ments and eastern papers. By the
Washington Star of Jan. 24th, Ave learn
that Thomas Cordis, of Prescott, Avas '
confirmed on the 23d, Collector of In
ternal Eevenue for Arizona, A7ice Levi
ijasniora, resigned. JUr. uordis is a
capable, honest man, and Ave believe
ri i ai en n
aviII inalre an efficient officer m all re- !
spects. j
E. N. Fish. S Silverberg,
Tucson. San Francisco
Jos. Collingavood, Florence.
E. N. FISH & CO.
MAIN ST., FLOKENCE, A. T.
"Wliblesale arid. Retail
DEALERS nr
General Merchandise.
AVE constantly on hand a large and
well selected stock ot Dry Goods
Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Groceries
Provisions, Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco
Hardware, etc., which Ave Avill sell at the
very lowest prices.
We have, also, Hay und Grain, constant
lyon hand to supply the Public. o-tl
New San Diego Business Directory
McDonald & Co.,
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA.
Forwarding and Commission
lf ill buv in San Francisco on commis
? T siou, and forward via San Diego to
anj' point in Arizona Avithout extra charge
lor larwardmg.
A ny order accompanied by the cash, or
XXsuthcient relerences, addressed to vv.
B. Holcomb, our partner in San J? rancis
co, or to the lirm in San Diego, Avill re
ceiA'e prompt attention. Address
W. B. Holcomb, McDonald & Co.,
Pier 13, Stewart St., San Diego.
San Francisco. 4tf
Lteliiei & JOaubei,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
General Merchandise.
Also, a Large Assortment of
Liquors, Hardware,
Alwa-s on hand, and Everything in
their line at lowest market prices.
Buy Legal Tenders and Govern
ment voucners,
Corner of Seventh and I streets, San
Diego, California. Umd
S. GORDON.
A. S. GRANT.
W. AV. STEWART.
J. N. TAYLOR.
Gordon, Stewart & Co.
J? ORWARDING
AND
Commission, and Dealers in Hay,
Grain, and General Mer
chandise, AND PAT UIGIIEST CASI1 1'RICE FOR
Stf AVOOL AND HIDES.
NEW SAX D1EG O, GAL.
Wholesale aixdL Retail
DEALER IN
BOOKS,
ST A TIONEIiT,
NEWSPAPERS,
MAGAZINES,
&c, &c, &c, &c.
Goods at San Francisco prices. Corner
of 5th and G Streets, NEW SAN DIEGO.
California. 7tl
oml I tl 06 UKAIliUC,
Wholesale Dealers in
FINE "WINES,
LIQTJOES,
CIGARS
'
VZ.vtre RnilHmcr
OrlK DUMUIIlg,
Cornerof Fourth andK Streets,
New San Diego, Cal. 7tf
anio AMe
A PAULY& SONS,
Foswarding and Commission
MEBCHAJSTTS.
Goods sent in our. care Avill be forwar
ded over the Fort Yuma Road withdis
I patch. Mark goods care of A. P. & SONS,
San Diego, California
on
NOTICE.
We have this day appointed J. W.
H?kius T.WtV?? w?Tm, w
ness connected Avith the Santa Rita Saw
Ann
isw2 E. N. FISH & CO.
Delinquent Tax Sale.
COUNTY OF PIMA. Office of the Dis
trict Attorney, Tucson, February 9th,
1871. The Taxes for the year 1870, upon
the following described real property, haA
ingbeen returned to me as delinquent;
on Monday, the Gth day of March, A. D.
1871, at nine o'clock a. m., in front of the
Court House, in the toAvn of Tucson, I
Avill sell the said property at public auction,
or so much of each lot as may be sufficient
to pay the taxes due thereon, together with
the costs and expenses:
FKOPERTY AT TUCSON AUD VICINITY.
Fernando Asedo, house and lot N of town,
amount of taxes due, sixdols, fifty cts.
Fernando.Asedo, hf of field N town, 6 50
Santos Aguirre, house and lot Stone st, 6 50
Carlos Angelo, h and lot, convent st, 4 00
Joseph Bedoya, ho and lot church st, 6 50
Concepcion Borillas, ho and lot, con-
reut st, 4 00
Juan Baldez, h and lot, Pennington st G 50
Louis Burruel, ho and lot, church st, 5 25
J Y Bryant, ho and lot, Main st, 5 25
Carmel Castro, house and lot, Convent
and Carroll sts 7 75
Juanna Camacho, ho and lot, Carroll st 7 75
Jesus Castro, ho and lot Main st, 6 50
do do one field, 9 00
Manuel Contreras, ho and lot Ochoa st 4 00
Ricardo Carisosa, ho and lot Meyer st 4 00
Manuel Cordova, " " " 4 00
Luciano Celayo " " " 5 25
Florentino Coto " " Ochoa st 5 25
Jose Castillo, ho and lot 7 75
Jesus Figaroa, one field 10 25
Jose Franco, house and lot, Meyer st 4 75
Eligio Franco, do do 6 50
Concepcion Gonzales, house and lot
Carroll street, 4 63
Jose Gandara, house and lot Conv st, 525
Jose Gonzales, do do do 7 75
Lorenzo Gonzales, do do d 5 25
Gabriel Gonzales, do do Meyer st 5 25
Jesus Maria Gallego, ho and lot, 5 25
Merejelda Grigalba, ho and It ;car'l st 7 25
Jose Maria Grigalva, ho and It., 7 75
Juan Romero Hernandez, house and
lot on Meyer street, 4 75
G F Hooper, one lot. Burns st, 5 25
Jose Jaranillo, ho and lot camp st, 7 75
Jose Leon, ho and lot N of tOAvn, 7 75
uo one held, o zt
ManuclLopeZjhoandlotNE of Church 7 75
do do carroll st, 15 25
Jesus Llaner. do Ochoa st, 4 63
Ruperto Limon, do Meyer st, 4 00
Dionisio Martinez, do church st, 4 63
James McQueen, do camp st, 5 25
do ranch, lo25
Jesus Montijo, ho and lot Meyer st 12 75
Ramon jlonura, do do 7 75
Viviano Morago, do Main st, 4 75
John iUiller, do Carroll st, 4 Of
tVpolonio JNavarro do atone st, 4 bS
Jesus Ohido, do Pennington st 6 59
Ramon Ortega, ranch, field andimp'ts 15 25
liaiael faclieco, ho and lot court st, 4 UU
do one held, 5SJ5
Pacho brothers, ho and lot carroll st, 7 75
Jose Maria Quintero, do do 4 63
Dolores Kouninies, do jleyerst4Ki
Ant'o Rodrijjues, 2 hos and Its Camp st!7 Ir.
Jose Romero, ho and lot convent st, 5 25
Antonio Kuis, no anu lot Main st, o
Dolores Romero, hf ho and lot, Plaza, 4 00
Refugio Zubiate, ho and It convent st 7 75
Carmel Sammia, do do 4 00
MTguel Soto, do Meyer st, 4 75
San Iao Soto, do do 4 75
Jose Sanches, do N E of Ch'ch 4 63
Trinidad Tercera, house and garden, 9 00
Rosalio Tomi, hq and lot S of A Q M, 6 50 '
Carlos Talaniantu, do convent st, 4 00
Antonio Urrias, do on Plaza, 6 50
Jesus Valencia, do Meyer st,' 4 00
George Wesley, one lot Burns st, 4 00
G. Guuj'dacan, one fild near S. Xavier 7 75
IUJOPEKTl AT THE GILA SETELEMETTS.
George Blair, hf ranch and impv'ts, twelve
dols. seventy-five cts ; Jesus Bustameute,
nail much anu improvements, twlevc dols.
seventyfive cts ; Sacramento Bustamente,
hf ranch and impv'ts, twelve dols. seventy
nvects; Jesus listraua, ranch anu impv ts,
twenty-seven dols seventy-five cts; Jesus
Figaroa, house and lot, Adamsville, twenty
seven dols fifty cts ; Jesus Figaroa, dwell
ing house anu lot, tendois twenty-trve cts :
Jesus Figaroa, ranch and impv'ts, twentv-
seven dols fifty cts ; Victoriano FuerteB,
r'ch and impv's, seven dols seventy-five cts :
Juan Largo, r'ch, imp''ts, seventeen dols
seventy-five cts; Antonio Martines, r'ch,
impv'ts, twenty dols twenty-five cts ; Man
uel lAiartincz, r'ch, impv's, htteen dols
twenty-five cts ; Simon Madrid, r'ch, im
prove's, four dolls ; Ignacio Roblido, r'ch.
improve' ts, forty dollars twenty-five c. :if ;
julton H ard, ranch and improA'em ts, :-
cnteer dols seventy-five cts ; Isario Yguicr
ra, improve' ts, five dols twenty-five ctfi.
PROPERTY AT OTHER PLACES.
Crawford & Johnson, Cerro Colorado prop
erty, seventy-seven dois. seventy-live cts ;
J. B. Forbes, house, lot, Tubac, six dols.
fifty cts. ; P. Megcry, r'ch, impv's, near Tu- .
bac. nine dols ; W. J. Osborn, honse, lot
at 1 ubac, seven dols. seventy-five cts ; L.
B. Woostcr, r'ch and impA'Hs, near Tubac,
tAventy dols. twenty-five cts ; Thomas M.
Yerkes, house and mill building at Santa
Rita, twenty-seven dols. fifty cts; Juan
Bojorques, r'ch, impv's, Riito, twenty-two
dols. seventy-five cts ; Trinidad Michileno,
house and lot, Tnbae, five dols. twenty-five
cts ; same person, ranch near Tubac, fifteen
dols. twenty-five cts ; Garvin, Martin & Co.
rauch and impv's Camp Grant, ten dols.
tArenty-five cts; Cam well & Mansfield,
ranch and impv's, Camp Grant, twelve dols
two cts ; States fc Brother, ranch and im
provements, Camp Grant, seven dols. seventy-five
cents. J. E. McCAFFRY,
18w4 Dist. Att'y, County of Pima.
Notice.
The undersigned from this date with
draws from the partnership of Lein;&Co.
Feb. 11, 1871. St J- W. HOBJNS.
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