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milE LAND OFFICE LOCATED AT
I Florence, A. T., will be open aad
ready for the transaction of business on
the 2d day of June next.
LEVI 11UGGLES, Register.
M. L. SI'ILKS, Receiver.
Florence, A. T., April 28, 1873. 5t
"J&TOTICE IS HEKEBY GIVEN BY
the undcr.-igned administrator of the
estate of William liiuhard, deceased, to
the creditors of, and all persons having
claims against said deceased, to exhibit
the same, with the necessary vouchers
within ten mouths from the first publica
tion of this notice, to the undcrt-igncd, at
his office at the toro of V. Bio iard & Co.,
at Sanford, in the county of Pima.
A. E. KXOU'liliS, Administrator.
Tucson, A. T., April 23, 1S73. St
3" BEG LEAVE TO INFORM
THE PUBLIC OF TUCSON
-', riei-tv that T Imvc rcmovrid tc the
.n f..M::"!ly -n d by .Me-sr. H. Le-in.-kv
A: s,v., I shall take pleasure
serve one and ;!! to the bet of in 3- abii
iy. Always 01. liajid a w 11 selected stoek
.-t s ts u coded
M)RADO !'- TEAM NAViriA
" '.in Couipauy
r a.onth-of Col
,ery month, con-
; dayb from San
. the Company 610
S. I ' ALS WlTff A COPY
of . I . urtu etnent attached to each,
"viH be rect at the office of the Clerk
of the Boa-1 t Supervisors of Pima county,
A.T., in 1 uc-on, until 10 o'clock a. m.,
July 7, lc v- h.'n they will be opened by
he Boa': i Supervisors,) for the buildin g
i" a Fi " ' Vault of Brick, as per spec
ificati' .e in this office. The Board
"feser ' ht to reject any or all bids.
By i-. ":!( Board.
A. BRICHTA, Clerk.
May 10, 1873. 4t
PEOPLE OF TUCSOK
are reminded that
Delivers Cletr, Fresh Spring Wa
ter ouce or more a day,,at a
V clfy JHodcm-atv Srt-c-
He is as punctual as a clock, and delivers
a hours to suit customers. Call upon him
for water and particulars. mr3o-tf
3?IoiitiCi' c ivs Depot
THE LATEST NEWSPAPERS, PERI
odicals, Magazines and Novels.
Also, a fine assortment of
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes, Etc.,
constantly on hand.
J. S. MANSFELD,
Letiusky'c- bloc... i mir'-t-?a--;t,
Stf lue.-i.u, Arizona
4. U. AUCHIBALD, f
Sau Francisco, j
j V. Ml'KRSNA.
( k lorcnee, A. T.
JOHN H. ARCHIBALD & CO.,
- - Arizona,
GENEfiA L MERCHANDISE.
DAYIS & KELSON,
Conohess Stkeet, Tl'CSOX,
.t X UFA V T VR ER S A XD
Tin, -Brass and Sheet-iron Ware;
Also Stoves of the best patterns.
13ve ry. JL o scriptlo n
Tin, Sheet-iron ware and Stoves Is sold
on terms to suit tnc times.
53-Order.c solicit- . mu i.r.nptly tilled.
CONNECTLD Ui'liI 1 u ABOVE
establishment, is a special depart
ment for the-
Eep'st-ir a-ncl -Cleaning
2gPSteneil work solicited and executed
to suit customers.
AU work warranted as represented. 24tf
Tucson, Saturday, : : Hay 17, 1873.
The Quartermaster is employing all the
laborers he can get at Lowell.
Reafeks commenced harvesting in the
Santa Cruz valley in front of Tucson last
A Papago Indian sold an Arizona lion's
skin in town this week that measured six
feet six inches in length.
Gakdner's train came in this week with
lumber and timber from Crittenden for
Lowell. Quinlau's train started for Yuma
Tun work of building the new post-has
commenced. Citizens arc being employed
to make the adobes. We are glad to have
the soldiers relieved from this unpleasant
duty, lor many 01 uicm nave-just come in
from au arduous campaign.
Messrs. Aiiadie & Co. have completed
their new brewery building on Meyers
RtrM't- Tt Ja a fine buildintr. commodious
ana. j... j' j i! , ii. t . i-c
l onveniences i. '.a!...- tin- 1 -r am. .('
it cool, and p'. .tMtnt apartments i:i which
to dunk it. They liave initod their
friend., both mule and female, to help
dedicate their house this evening, and
a good old fashioned house-warming may
Charles Con well was arrested last
Wednesday f or an assault with a deadly
weapon. Justice Myers bound him over
under flCOfl bonds- to await the action ot
the next grand jury. Not being able to
k.-:TS the reqcircd bonds, he was sent to
jail. Ifh - t ,:He that this practice of
nourishing acad-j , rtons and shooting
at nnoffudic.- twen sliOo.' stop. Some
men think it , ir-nor to t... the rep
utation of bviii, : "n 'y, and boast .r
iui L-jnfc-craf-tK rs or kn.L-is. Trulv brave
men never do tiere things; it tt , low
est order of animal that craves such hon
A race came off on Wednesday, three
miles this side of San XavJer. between
J. M. Elias' b. g. and a brown horse, name j
four yoke of oxen on a side. Nearly all of
Tucson, both male and female, were there
to witness the race, and a goodly number
of side bets were maue. The ladies ap
peared to take quite as much interest as
the gentlemen, and we were informed
that some of them bet all the spare cash
they had, and even finger and ear rings.
ilie distance run was 7UU yards, ana tnc
race was easily won by the Elias horse.
Somethisg is out of joint with the
ntlii- "Tlic oldest inhabitant" ia
weather. " The oldest inhabitant
vexed and disappointed with it, and eays
iiuny more antics are played, he will quit
attempting to divine the future. It was
cloudy and stormy last Sunday and Mon
day, and in many localities it rained very
hard. At Tucson it threatened a great
deal,' but did not rain much. Somew here
in the Bible it says something about its
raining upon the just as wen as tnc uu-
just, but that undoubtedly had nothing
to do with it, lor it seemed particularly
Jill 11U1 IU LUU JilllS U11U lilU itt J l.llll O
that are not inhabited by either party of
the hist or second part, and undoubtedly
a new hand had hold of the weather guage
and spilled it on the tops of the hills just
to see it run down.
Personal. L. M. Jacobs left for So
nora on Tuesday.
Judge Haydcn arrived from Salt River
Capt. J. T. Haskell, Lieut. Chas. Bird
and Lieut. George. B. Davis came in from
J. Bartlett left on Thursday's 6tage for
T, " -if; T "". -T. P.iitL -in-! V Tv'hUaii
'.n tain' - lor in!, ''i-1.
("iiar; I' s )',. Wise, E. Bicha-d.
M. H'xirrs. ."!. iii vin.-and I). I'. Tno.'ip-
i .-i.i ii. from the '.ri!u this week.
Payma&tiT Morrow went to McDowell
the lore part of the week. It is expected 1
that tjcn. MiittU and r. Jiailcy wi! v
turn '.sitii nim.
A. Lazard and Xiiomaa Hughes went to
Sonora on Mondaj- to purchase cattle, and
F. Maish left on Tuesday for the same
destination and for the same purpose.
H. C. Hooker came in from the White
Mountains and San Carlos Indian reserva
tion; bespeaks in high terms of the man
agement of the Indians at the White Moun
tains by agent Roberts and Major Randall.
W. A. Holmes came in this week from
Pueblo Viejo aud says the settlers there
are bu- ;..ntn i -r !").--: v.'.ifer ''tr
irrigatioi. is abuiHhiut and ah seem .ry
contented in tin ir ne- honiet.
Oscar Hutton, J'-h'.i Burt and James
Lamar' came n. from the mines in-m- the
Sonor.-. !;.- thin week. Wc -:tw some
lode, and were informed that it' looked'
James Stnrgess f.nd David Robey ar
rived in Tucson last Wednesday from
Denver, Colorado Territory. Mr. Stur
gess left Arizona last September, and
tried to find a better place, but says that
he has given it up and come back to stay.
Secretary Bashford left Tucson by the
California stage last Saturday for the At
lantic States. Before leaving he depos
iten with Gov. Safford The back pay due
members aud attaches of the last Lcgisla
ture. The pay rolls are now being sent
nvo.r the Territory for h ii..-.;rr- ,-.f
the - u- a' iioin the lil.'iin - due.
and .oa i,-:iu i md ixtn"n..d to
Tuc-n :-. ...n. -a p.-, v ihi iouey
to v, !io:; it,- ,iv id I v them.
Major Babcock. l.e ut. II Ti mid Dr.
GirurJ L-tuie in laft aturdny from ti.t? San
Carlo;. The former vwnt to McDowell
on Tut-sdnv, ar ! .:- ut. ilal, a"d Di. Oir
ard w-:t iu i :, r- A,-nt
Hall Las bcn rani.vl iea of absence
and will soon take his departure for the
States. He has seen a good deal of rough
Indian service during his brief residence
in Arizona, and has proved himself to be
a most excellent officer.
Tue Pirsf. .Iiulinini District Court, Judge
Titus presiding, met last Monday and ad
journed until Thursday. Ihurstlay tne
court met. The ease ot me peoyiu .
John Willis indicted for the murder of
Rout. Shoup. was called, L. C. Hughes,
Esq., District Attorney for the prosecu
tion, anu ticn. J. IS. jttcuaury, iui
fense. The nrisoner was arraigned and
plead not guilty, and the work of empan
elling a jury commenced. A large num
ber of jurors were examined as to their
qualification, which resulted in the dis
charge of most of them. The court ad
journed until Friday, F.riday the court
met. A large number of jurymen were
summoned, and most of them were ex
cused for cause or peremptorily chal
lenged, and the court adiourncd until Sat
urday without completing the panncl of
the jury. Up to this time over one nun
drcd jurors have been summoned, and it
is the opinion that a jury cannot be se
lected without bringing them from other
Nothing adorns a town so much as
shade trees. Tucson is very much he
hind in this respect, and yet persons who
have taken a little pains to set out trees
have met with most excellent, success
We notice a number of beautiful trees at
the residence of J. S. DoueIcs. With a
i n b'V .. : : ;ual v.r P;ippli'
a . i-ii wuiiid n. n only .. id much to the
bcirin of ilic town and comfort of the
owners., but would increase largely its
Zeckendohp & WBLiadk have entered
into a copartnership for fthe purpoae of
eo! dncting a general merelandfsing busi
ness. &ee advertisement stxi weeK.
If every uiw -would strive to find
out and make known to the world the
good qualities and virtues of their
neighbors es industriously as they do
their faults how much iesi strife,'
heifcJa2rnin5 .nrl conteiMion we
would have, and how un&yh nore hap
piness there would be in the eat
m unity. Some persons in all aget
and countries make it a .business to
find out and retail the news. With
such, the miseries and faults, of their
neighbors are what they have to deal
with. A precious littip bitot scandal,
whether false or true, they roll under
their tongues as a sweet morsel, and
they retail it at tirst in low whispers
and as a particular favor to a friend. It
is not the inclination of such to speak
well of any one. If. perchance the
status of a man or woman happens
; to bediscussed, who seems to be nearly
I i, . .i
free from fanite.our gossip-monger will
look mysteriously and speak 111 vague
terms of a circumstance which he does
not like to speak of ; God forbid that
he should refer to it, but his hearer
may judge for himself ; he never says
any thing about his neighbors if he
csvn avoiu it, out men you see mr. or
j Mrs. once lived m Slippery
, Quich ; but it is all right ; no one can
get him to tell what he knows. We
have been led to these thoughts by a
statement that was made some time
ago bv i, man who was sent here in
the employ of the government and it
became necessary for him to mingle
freely with the people. He declared
that taking all the statements which
were made to him and putting them
together it would be made to appear
that there was hardly a man m Ari
zona but who ought to ornament a
fallow? nr inhabit a penitentiary.
Th- Tuan derived thi- teimnny
mainly from a few )f those gossip
mongers and any ono else can obtain
tin: -tunc ihf rmatiou by taking a
littlt; time and trouble. Now kind
this course of conduct does no
one any good, and iloo the people and
countr v a great deal of inj.isticv and
harm, aud in all kindness let us ask
you to try for one week to see how
many good qualities you can find and
report in your neighbors. If you will
do this wo will venture the assertion
that you will feel better for it and
you will have served your country to
quite as much advantage as if you
did otherwise. Jesus Christ never
-all a buUf-r '"king than at the time
v.-ucn th- multitude clsanon d for the
persecution of poor brok-n-hearted
Maiy 3iagdalenc wno dad at one time
don:; wrong butwho.se poor soul was
crushed in sorrow and who w;- trying;
to lead a new and better lit'.
sin let him cast the rirst
E. N. Fish. S Silvekbekg.
Tucson. San Francisco,
Jos. Collixgwood, Florence.
33 - V . FISH and CO,.
MAIN ST., FLORENCE, A. T.
Wholesale n it T Xttjlalj
- DEALERS IX
HAVE constantly on hand a larsre and
H-il selected stock of Dry Goods,
Uotning, Boca? and Shoes, Groceries
Provisions, Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco,
Hardware, etc., which wc.will sell at the
very lowest prices. ,
Wc have, also, Hay and Grain, constant
ly on hand to supply the Public. 5-tf.
LORD & WILLIAMS.
RE NOW OPENING AND
OFFERING FOR SAtE
One of the largest and most complete as
GENERAL MER CHAKDISE
Ever before brought to the country.
To Cash Buyers they Extend the
Meat FlatierfBg Inieue stents.
'lflSr stock of
HA.TS & CAPS,
BOOTS A SHOBS,
DEUGS & MEDICINES,
I And in fact of all that comprises a first
i class store, is all that can be de-
sired to seleet from
close cash buyers.
They Defy Competition and are De
termined to give Entire
Having full faith in the country, thej
mean to stay by it until the day of jrcn
eral jubilee shail come, when all can re
joice together in its peace and prosperity.
Drop in and examine our stoek.
Exchange sold on all parts of the Avorld.
- Telegraphic translers made with any
section of the country.
Afew more of those "Don't mention
them " left. Call quick if needed.
C. H. LORD. W. W. WILLIAMS.
OF YSABEL GOMEZ DE SMITH, BE
coming "sole trader." Know all men
by these presents, that I, Ysabel Gomez de
Smith, of the town of Tucson, county of
Pima and Territory of Arizona, do hereby
give notiee that I intend from this date to
carry on business as sole trader in the
town and county aforesaid, in my own
name and on my own account, pursuant to
an Act of the Legislature of the Territory
of Arizona, passed December 30, A. D.,
1865, entitled "Of the rights of married
women " and sectons 24 to 27 incluaivo, of
the Act amendatory thereof and supple
mental thereto. The nature of the business,
trade, profession, or art, I intend to car
ry on, is that of general merchandising,
and buying and selling and dealing in
real and personal property in the town and
couniy above mentioned, and from this
date I will be personally and individually
responsible in my own name for all debt3
contracted by me on account of my said
trade, business, nrofession, or art.
YSABEL GOMEZ DE SMITH.
Tucson, A. T., May 10, 1873. 3t
OFFICE SUP'T. INDIAN AFFAIRS,
T :esl'ott, A. T., A prill nth ,v
Scaled Proposal.- ill Triplicate' ith
a co. y u! '.his advertisement attached to
each) will be received at this office until
twelve o clock m. on 3Ioi,uuv, .! .ue '1,
1873, for supplying the follow ..tit - s
at the places and in the auit'-.i, - : i
lows, viz :
At the Colorado River Resc-rau n.
250,000 lbs flour, 50.000 lbs. b;irit- . .".Ui-0
!b?. beans, 5,000 Ibg. seed -v;. a . iuzen
spades, short handled, 2j ii.zeu :au!i.ri'
hoes No. 3, 25 dozen '.oveld Img h n -x'ti,
8,000 sewii.g ne ;..-. a?sirt"J, ios.
iron, round and II .' ! -orfe':, i :.s j ok
iteel, 10 88. solder ('00 fls. blackmlji'
coal, 100 Iba. wrought nails, 400 lbs. nail.
4d, 6d, 8d and 10J, 20 doz. harness brushes
assorted, 20 do&ea harness rings assorted.,
12 gross sol ewf assorted, 1 dozen ironATfi
er buekets, M doien curry combs, dtr.en
iron rakes handled, 3 dozen pitch fork?,
800 "pairs 61b. blankets, 60 dtfzen satinet
pants, 35 dosen woo!et .-buvrls, SO 1 zen
hickory shlrtr. 18UI) yard pr;r--, 3 iCC
vards mar: fa, VI doJ-ei. pairs brop-an?, si;es
Ji and 13, j dozen ; .rs'browaus, ii 3
ana iu,xtu mm. .m., leather, . r -. -ai-hrsftd,
i lt. per ilet- a-.-trted.
2 , hu-k r ir. 1'! th-. bees war, 1 dc2"n
spon large, vhit- load. 10 gi
boiifd oil, 2 gala, turpentine, 10 R. pu'iv
V) Sis. give, I'dozeii rhitewr-'. 1 .
dozen horse biusLf -, 1 lv
brushes assortcl, 2 dozun c-oi ... y
box window glass 10x15, 2 on hoi..;
2 sets cart harness, 6 oaken iv:ij. :, ;
1 dozen wagon hounds, 10" i ;.
plank 10UO fet ooards plane i,
rop 4 inch, COO feet rope
size, 6 dozen caus axle grease, 1
with halliards. 1 cooking raue a
tures, 1 tarpaulin, 4 dozen chair?,
coal oil lamps, 2 teams letter
ream loga! cap piper, rean.
paper, 5 quires envelope par-.-,.
wrjungnuiu, 10 sneers blottii. - n
official envelopes, 00 notesizL ..( , , . -.2
doz. lead pencils, J boxes ti ; t ; , g,
ington Medallicn, I buxsealln . . J ,jz.
pen holders, 2 iozen slates, 1 gross slate
pencils, soap stone, 1 set Wilison X Calk
ins' school and family charts. 1 c( py Shel
don's Elementarv If.structii.n. 1 cu;V Shn
don'a ubject Teaching, 4 uozen Kational
Phonetic Primer by A. Donai, 4. dozen Ra
tional Phonetic Reader by A. Douai, 4
dozen slate picture books assorted, 4 dozen
school song books assorted, copy Calkins'
Primary Object Lesson, dozen bottles red
At the Gila River Reservation.
600 shovels, long handled, 400 planters
hoes. 300 sickles.
t the Papago Keervation.
loz-n i -eis long ha:. Had. 3 dozen
shovels :hort namiled, : ( ii-.n axes han
dled, 3 dozen natchHs hh d, I dozen
crowbars, dozen j.icks hai i -id, 6 dozen
planters hoes handled, 3 dozen hand adzes,
ti dozen plow points, ;j de"-:. grindstones,
7Hi h.. 2 f!'-'er -et rimi.-' no fixtures,
j ci car't, 'V"" tt-.i v;ht, y2 dozen
Molin plows, 3 dozen garden rakes.
The articles for each reservation to be
furnished in one delivery on notification
from this office, except tho Flour, Barley
and Beans for the Colorado River Reserva
tion, which will be delivered in such quan
tities and at such times as will be desig
nated by the Superintendent of Indian Af
Proposals will bo so framed that bids for
each article may be considered separately ;
all pi i-1- .:'! ". F Currency,
and cv, i . wru: -a i,r. as figures.
A'l !Ue ;'hov( artieie- of the best
quan: Ti:e marKei oan aUer-i. subject to
r-jecti;.n hy the rteeiving .-nt if not so
considered by him.
Payment will be made in Leal Tender
checks on the Assistant Treasurer of tho
United States at San Francisco. California.
when trie agent on duty nr th.- .Reservation
has certified to tho receipt of the stores of
the requisite quantity and quahtv. and tho
bills so certilied have been approved by
me department at wasnmgton.
.bach proposal must bo accompanied by
a guarantee signed by two responsible per
sons, whoso responsibility must bo certified
to by a U. S. olbcer, that in case the pro
posal be aecepted, tho bidder will at once
execute a contract with satisfactory bond
" :at- .-ontract.
I'l" - . ri-ervc-d the right to
increase or l'u.imh the quantity of each
artn I- . and to r-, . ny er all bids.
JSr.veiop-s :' proposals to be endorsed
"PniK.-ale for Indian Supplies," and be
addrotbCii to thu undersigned.
Bt i.Itrr are in . ited to be present at the
opening of the bids.
n. BP NDELIi,
BLANKS IN CURRENT USE BY
Justices of the Peace are kept readv
printed at The Citizen office, and for
sale at moderate prices in cash.