Newspaper Page Text
Hotels, Eestanrants, Saloons, Ac
C- O. BROWN,
Dealer in Imported
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGAES,
Tucsox, A. T.
(Opp. Lord & Williams,)
And made to Order.
SMOKING Best of Cicars, or you can
go 011 the cheap native plan, and roll 'em
yourself while the music plays.
COME IN Plenty of room, seats, etc.
"Yon know how it is yourself." ltf
TV. SINGLETON HAS
Opened a Shop f
On Main Street, Tucson,
(North of Tully,Ochoa& Co.'s store, same
side) where he will
Make and Repair Boots, Shoes or
Harness to Order.
Good stock always used and first class
work done. Look into Singleton's for
work in leather. felO-tf
near the custom-house.
ORK IN TIIE BEST STYLES AT
reasonable rates, such as
WATER RIGHTS FOR SALE
N TIIE PRESCOTT DITCH,
SAIiT RIVER DITCH,
POR SALE CHEAP POR CASH,
or on terms to suit purchasers.
IVill give G, 12 and 18 months time.
The water from these ditches can be
taken to public lands unoccupied at tri
lling expense. Also, for sale on commis
sion, one ranch under cultivation, with
water right in the Swilling Canal. Terms
easy. Will give any information possible
by letter or otherwise.
mHE PEOPLE OF TUCSON
JL are reminded that
Dclivors Clear, Fresh Spring V
ter once or more a day, at a
Very Moderate Price.
He is as punctual as a clock, and deliver
at hours to suit customers. Call upon hi:
lor water ana particulars. inrSo
H. I. JACOBS & CO.,
BftCHANTS and BROKERS
Pierson's Terrenatc Flour Mill.
Main Street TucsoJ
. C05 Montgomery St.,
mr3o-tf San Francisco.fCal
rS AN INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE
Of Pima County.
jel Election, Nov. 5. td
"OLANK FORAGE RECEIPTS, .handy
jl to nave in the house of stauonkoep
ore, Ac., for sole. 8entbymail, for cort
Tucson. Saturday, : : July 13, 1872.
IiOCAL MAT TE K H .
Jacobs &. Co.'s train is in town with
flour from Bichard & Co.'s mill at Sanford.
Lord & Williams aro industriously en
gaged in opening up their new goods.
Dhpartment Inspector, Major Brown,
leaves to-day for McDowell.
Joseph Piebson, of Terrenatc, Sonora,
is in town.
E. N. Fish leaves to-day for the Gila
country, and may extend his trip to Mc
Dowell. E. D. Wood is fitting up the Young
America corner for his store, and he has a
big stock of goods on the Avay.
Watermelons are beginning to ripen.
Some have already been brought to town.
Those who diet six months out of twelve
on this fruit, must soon be happy
The- doleful cry of hard times is heard,
yet Tucson is improving as usual which is
faster than any interior town of which we
have any knowledge.
Wbdxbsdat'b stage brought Mr. II. C.
Hooker to Tucson. He comes to take
joint charge with George Tyng in tho
Government beef contract, in which lie
has taken a half interest. Mr. Hooker's
experience in this line specially lits him
for it, and he can hardly fail to be success
ful. Thb Board of Supervisors met July 1,
and audited accounts amounting to S488
75 and adjourned to the 8th, when no busi
ness was done except to adjourn until the
first Monday in August. The Board has
been doing considerable in its capacity of
equalization of assessment roll, borne
twenty persons are cited to appear to-aaj-at
3 p. ir. to show cause why their assess
ments should not stand as fixed by the
Job work is specially solicited at The
Citizbk office, which now has a first class
machine press and a good supply of job
material both as to type, paper, cards,
billheads, etc. Another order embracing
many kindo of fancy and fine letter, will
be received soon. Heretofore, we have
hesitated to specially invite this kind of
patronage, but being well prepared to ex
ecute job work in good and neat style at
moderate pricesv we now ask it freely, in
CUUUUUUCU LUUb&Ull&lUULlUIl Will UU glVUIl.
About the last week in June, it rained
steadily- all one night in this town and
again last Sunday, Monday and Tuesday a
large amount of rain fell. The last rain
amounted to two inches in town, and in
the mountains evidently to much more.
The latter rains seem to have extended
throughout all tho lower section of the
Territory. .Last bunday niclit, rain "fell
in torrents TjqIow Oatman Flat aud fur
ther up the Gila. Monday afternoon, very
heavy rains fell at Gila Bend and further
west, also in the mountains between there
and Maricopa Wells, and Monday night
the heavenly floodgates seemed to have
beeji thrown wide open on the Gila, es
pecially about Maricopa where we had the
pleasure of enjoying some of it. The road
from there to Florence was one mass of
mud and water, and Tuesday afternoon
the country thereaway up to and this side
of the Picacho was literally flooded with
rains. In consequence of rains and bad
roads, the stage of Wednesday was a little
behind time. Last night a fine rain fell
here, and this morning the streets are
quite soft. Clouds still hang round and
more rain is evident to-day.
It is now quito certain that the r una
and Maricopa Indians can and will raise
crops of corn and pumpkins, and the
farmers generally will plant more corn.
Possibly a little barley and wheat on the
Gila and Halt Valleys, which was not har
vested or properly housed, is aamaged but
the rains are a godsend to the country.
Lieutenant Bendike, accompanied by
Lieutenant Pardee and command, re
turned last Wednesday, having been after
the Apaches since June 28. ne reports
that he followed the Indians to Dragoon
mountains ; that on arrival there he found
a number had entered the mountains by a
narrow and dangerouB pass ; that having
but thirty-seven men, he deemed it 1m
prudent to follow where the enemy would
have a decided advantage: that he with
drew to Sulphur Springs and sent to
Bowie for aid which was promptly given
by Colonel Sumner sending twenty men
tinder Major Babcock; that in the night
July 5, he marched into the mountains
and next morning found where the Apa
ches had been camped, and ascertained
that they had,separated into three parties
anu icit ine mountains one going to
wards the Chiricahua mountains, one for
branam mountains, in the direction Camp
Apacne Keservc. the other towards An
vipa Canyon above Grant; that he found
seventy-eight wigwams, from which it is
presumed thelndiaus numbered 225; that
they had cattle and horses with them;
that appearances indicated they were well
supplied withammunition. In returning,
Lieutenant Bendire says he saw fresh
Apache tracks within two miles of his
camp on the Eillito, therefore more dep
redations may be expected any hour.
When hostile Indians arc so numerous
that a body of thirty-seven well armed
troops feel unwilling to attack them in
their rctroats, it don't seem as if there
wero much safety for toiling miners,
farmers, teamsters, mail drivers and trav
elers. Bob's letter from Phonix. is received
this morning too late for print to-day.
It -will appear next week, and arc
glad to havo the proiaiso of more
from the tamo writer.
After two months of, delightful re
lief from the monotony of office work
and cares, wo aro again at our post,
much refreshed in all respeots. From
first to last, tho trip was one of ro-
creation, and with tho exception of a
few dusty and rainy days, a contin
uous round of enjoyment. Among
tho good results of the trip, is tho
acquirement of eight pounds addi
tional flesh on our frame.
As tho readers of The Citizen well
know, tho principal pbject of our east
ern visit was to attend tho May moot
ing of tho Centennial Commission, of
which our correspondence has treated,
but which deserves and shall havo
moro time and attention. Tho Com
mission's annual meetings aro to
open on tho first Wednesday of May,
at all of which wo purpose to bo
present. A special one is to bo held
n8xt December 4, but ono mooting
each year is all wo can afford to attend,
owing to the extent of time involved
in going and returning.
Incidentally, wo spent threo days
in Washington, a part of threo in New
York and Brooklyn, ono in Boston, a
couplo of weeks in different parts of
Ohio, and ono week in Illinois, and
also" a few days in California. Al
though these visits involved somo
direct exponso and an almost total
neglect of a business which depends
for success upon vigilant attention to
it, wo regard them and all such as tho
best parts of lifo. It may suit many
who aro amply ablo to do otherwiso,
to tio themselves down to accumulat
ing monoy and property they will
leave for others to expend, but our
word for it, all such who aro not
natural misers would bo better pleas
ed with tho world in goneral and them
selves in particular, if they wero to
turn themselves loose now and then
and Beo other localities, other people,
other occupations, other productions,
than those in their immediato vicinity.
Local public affairs havo been ex
citing and in certain particulars, very
unsatisfactory, especially in thefts and
murders ; but there is liopo for somo
good results, 'ho few official and
other slanderers'1 about the Grant res
ervation, and their purchased spies,
tools, affidavit and certificato men
havo been and aro still pliying the
most false and treacherous parts, and
havo moro clearly then ever proven
themselves public enemies. Our un
derstanding of their recent conduct is
not yet full enough to go for them
now, and events which cannot long
bo deferred may and ought to consign
tho leaders to an infamous and pow
erless obscurity, in which condition to
notice thorn in any manner would bo
a gratification wo will not afford them.
So far as their slanders against us are
concerned, they havo in no respect
dono us injury. Having taken
all our positions fearlessly in be
half of tho toilinpr masses and of
those? whoso lives and property are
constantly exposed to tho fell and
thieving work of savages and mer
cenary allies of savagos, wo expected
their denunciation and slander, and
regard these as tho best proofs of tho
corroctnos3 of our course. Wo have
never expressed a sentiment on tho
Indian question wo can bo induced
to retract. The Citizen during our
absonco has expressed many views in
different words from thoso wo should
havo employed, but tho tendoncy of
all has our hearty approbation. To
thoso who so freely contributed to its
columns, wo tender hearty thanks
Good men and officers, civil and mili
tary, havo a zealous friend in The
CITIZEN, but over and abovo all has
tho community at largo.
Last Saturday's Miner has no ac
count of Indian murders, but an at
tack was mado east of tho Verde.
July 1, Ignacio Eubio was killed in
Prescott by M. ilargravo, and tho
latter was indioted for murder soon
after by tho grand jury. The day
previous John DeLong killed John
Kincaid in Williamson valley, which
was pronounced justifiable after legal
SOME editorial paragraphs referring
to points on our recent route of travel,
aro necessarily postponed ono week.
. San Francisco, July 2, green
backs wore buying 88 and selling
TO THE PUBLIC.
WE take thia method of rcspetfull CT
announcing to our friends and JL
tho citizens of Arizona in general,
that wehave just received,
and are now open
ing NEW AND COMPLETE STOCK
From Eastern Markets,
BOOTS & SHOES,
Also a full stock' of .
BELDLES, CHAINS, -COLLARS
Mule and Horse Shoes,
And in fact everything
OUR STOCK Having been selected with
great care by one of the firm, and with
special reference to this market, we are
conlidcntthat we can bcu our gooua ua
CHEAP IF NOT CHEAPEE
than any other House in tho Territory.
We arc thorcforc certain that as to quality
and adaptability to the wants of the com
munity our stock Is unsurpassed.
For these reasons wo respectfully solicit
a share of the public patronage, feeling
assured that our goods and prices cannot
oil to give entire satisfaction.
TULLT, OCHOA Sf CO.
0. T. HAYDB1T.; X. O. TtOTTKSOT.
. T. Hayden & Co.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Tuoson, j. , rT .
A. & L. Zeckendorf,
Tucson, i : Arizona.
In General Merchandise.
Have constantly on hand every article
required in this Territory.
Tucson to Prescott
SAN ' BERNARDINO, CAt.
mHE BUCKBOARD OF
, - uiiuubiuucu, carry-", "aa
ing the United States Mails,Ta7?TncTon
ticijf mummy lor
Connecting with the Stages of the Califor
nia Semi-weekly Line from that place to
Prescott and Ehrehberg and San Bernar
Travelers over this route can visit the
v ulture and Bradshaw mines; also, all that
rich mineral section in the vicinity of Pres
cott and Wickenberg, and will find good
accommodations at the stations, and much
the most pleasant route to travel over to
San Bernardino and Los Angeles, Califor
nia. JAMES GRANT, Proprietor
lucson, September 1, 1871. seO-tf
f- F BENNETT &C0.5
Overland ilVIail and Exprcs
ARE NOW RUNNING A r&
two-horse vehicle thrcp!jfiE5Ss5
times a week, from Tucson to the Bum
minus, wuerc tney connect with Coaches
For All Parts of Mew Mexico, Texas
Chihuahua and Eastern States.
1 E2FFarticular Attention naid to carry
ing Express Matter, a- ..n,fW ..rrv
engers.j Office at Lasiiwky A (V. "s ston
Tucson. rrt.il .
Phenix livery, Peed and Sale Stable
HE UNDERSIGNED HAVf,
Constantl : nan'l
Plenty of Hay and Grain of the
The patronage of the public is- respect
Also a large corral for the accommoda
tion of Trains and Government outfits.
J. 0. MONIHON and
BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY.
rjlHE UNDERSIGNED HAS
Just refitted in excellent style,
His Bakery and Confectionery
And is noTC prepared to furnish the public
at all times with the best of Fresh
'Bread, Cakes, Pies, etc.
Any article in his line, hot and fresh,
will be furnished to order to patrons
morning and evening if desired.
Call and try my articles.
je22-tf GEORGE nUCKE.
THE SANTA RITA SAW - MILL CO.
are now prepared to furnish all kinds of
Xaxin.'b'cr and fcslxinBles
at the Lowest Prices and of the Very Best
Quality ever offered in this market.
Parties wanting any kind of lumber wil
Wlnncn lnnrn lin!r- nriora fit thf. ntfiTR Of
Messrs. E. N. Fish & Co., and they will be