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Hotels, Restaurants, Saloons, Ac.
The Stevens House Formerly Lesin's Hotd, West Side Plaza, Tuoson, IS NOW OPEN" FOR TI1E PATRONAGE of the public. The Tabic is constantly supplied with the Best the Market affords, and every attention is paid to the comfort and convenience of guests. &ool jLodgingrs and all the nsual hotel accommodations. THE BAR is well stocked with the Choicest Wines, Liquors & Cigars. EST J. FREE LUNCH at the Bar every evening. Give us a call. n'Jtf TUCSON HOTEL Axn RESTAURANT, ALLEN'S BLOCK. SLEEPING ROOMS, and the Largest and most comforta ble Dining Room in the city. MEALS AT ALL HOUES ! First Class Board at Moderate Rates Accommodation for Horses and Team6. Also teams ready to do jobbing in the ity and vicinity. 2tf JOSFPH NEUGASS. CONGRESS HALL! Proprietor C. 0. BROWN, : : IN CONGIIESS HA IX. BLOCK, TUCSOK O Hi ,EWOULD RESPECTFULLY An nounce to the community of Tucson and traveling public, that he has refitted hie fTou6( in the latest style, and cannot be excelled east of San Francisco, or west of St. Louis for neatness, order, or accom modations. Keeps constantly on hand a large supply f the best quality 'of WINES and LIQ 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 U 0 O M, elegantly furnished and fitted up, where the guests may entertain thecs selves after their own tastes. ltf FOST (Opposite Lord & Williams.) MAIN STREET, TUCSON, A. T. LVJL best ot'SEG AEd always to be had at the bar. Rooms largo, finely ventilated, and all things kept neat. The public will find Foster's a ulace of comfort and refresh ment. Music hath charms, everybody is :ivarc, and here it reiuns supreme. ltf J S. SPAWN, THE ONLY GOOD ?' a Samaritan or. the road, between San Diego and Tucson, has lately enlarged and generally refitted and furnished the " CAPITAL, " A.t- Arizona CKry "Where no loaiers need apply under any circumstances, and where any square man or gentleman (any man is a gentleman who is van 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 Elegant Apartments where they can pursue their reflections on the origin" of the Colorado or Gila deserts, without going heeled. Let us have peace aud plenty of it, is our motto, for a sum that is both reasonable and respectable. Anv nilirrim who has a clean nose, or has a heart in the right place, can find balm of giicau lor ms nattered crowu or uruis-eu sole. Here all is pure and serene. nlOt A, F. GARRISON, OF IIERMOSIL LO, SONORA, informs the TRADE AND TRAVEL BETWEEN Tucson ruaymas . . A37D. . HEREHOSBL.LO! that he has the best and cheapest 4 Entertainment for Man and Beast' to be had on the route, consisting partly of Square Meals, Clean Beds, Hot and Cold Baths, Choice Winer-, Etc., and Two Hew Eillard Tables for the Human Family ; HeslcLes, Good Hor.scs -to X.et And. tlie J3si; ofForagc for All tlitvfc Cornel r57R(;member ! all this and more too, is to take place and be in full force aud effect on and after January 1, 1871. Grand re opening on New Tear's. Board aud'Lodg ing 1 25 per day. Meals at all hours. Iq-H Shaving Saiooral Congkess St., Tucson. HAIR CUTTING and Shampooing done after the most approved styles. 1-tf J SAM'L BOSTICK. in Al3'KrfbElSliCii!KSl! dinns on the Rampage Asrain !--iLliCijLfiSfiaiaa Thirty-Odd Head of Cattle Rnu 1 Oir One Man Killed, and Two Tucson, Saturday, Bee. 1, 1870' LOCAL 3VX - A. T TEBfci Tucson Postal Directory. Mails West Depart at 2p. m. Mondays and Thursdays: arrive Sundays and Thursdays. Mails East Depart Mondays aiid TJiursdays al-ip. mi. ; arrive Mondays and Thursdays. Mails North Depart at 4 p. in. on Mondays; arrive aaiuraays. Mails for Tubacand Sonora Depart Mondays at 8 a. m. ; arrive Wednesdays. a n. lord, p. m. Tucson, A. T., Dec. 14, 1870. Probate court lias a notice of intereet. Gold in N. Y. on the 17th, 3 p. in., 110 -notes in S.F. 'JOk'to 91. seed wheat wanted at Phenix as per advertisement to-day. Judge Meyeks has repaired and brushed up in and around his drugstore, until the institution looks good as new. Mansfeld, news-dealer, has all the late papers, magazines and pictorials, for the holidays; military, ranchers, &c.,note it. We hereby note the receipt of a bundle of 'orders,' including dates from May to the 25th November, from military headers at Prescott. Adjt. Geu'l Stone is thanked. The United States District Court was convened last Monday. No business was transacted, and court was adjourned till next term. That well for the new station ten miles south of Blue Water, is down 08 feet ; has passed through a strata of very damp clay. Owner expects to strike plenty of water at 120 feet, so he ie half way and hopeful. Arkivals and Departures. Monday, 19th, from the west W. Brown, Captain Crandall, and Mrs. 'Jesus.' Departed to the west same day M. R. Piatt, and Wm. Smith. By Thursday's stage from the west A. H. Cargiil and Dr. Wilbur. The best Christmas or New-Year's gift, is to pay for and send a copy of The Citi zen to your friends. It will save writing letters, and will be a good news-letter for a whole neighborhood, and like bread upon the waters, will return four-fold to Arizona generally. No foolishness come forward ! TnK proprietors of the Sauta Rita saw mill have met with another misfortune. A month or so ago the mill was burned ; two weeks ago to-morrow, the lumber in yard was burned. How much was lost, and how it happened, we did not learn. Speaking of local productions, &c, the idea of importing lard to Arizona is folly. Gen. Allen himself has at his mill and on his ranch over seventy hogs ready to kill, which will dress on the average over 200 pounds each, and he has had made a large number of cans for properly preserving the lard. Where corn is so easily grown, pork in no shape should be imported. The weather has been cold of nights, and clear and delightful every day during the past week. It cleared off Saturday night, and Sunday's sun discovered the mountains in every direction whitened low down with snow, aud it was loth to leave ; in short, much of it on the higher Sauta Rita summits will keep its grip until the middle of next year. Last week's rains have made getting about on foot quite sat isfactory ; teamsters are set back a peg; the farmers could do without, perhaps but would prefer more, which the white frosty mornings are said to indicate. December, with its long chilly nights, and scant amusements; duck, deer aud pork butchering, etc., during the short days, is thus happily described in Josh Bil lings's Farmers' 'Almanax :' "Now kil pigs and bueher hens, Murder geese and ducks that quack, Chop down wood and sassage make, And evenings play Hylojack." This 'Almanax,' by the way, is eminently a national work; its maxims apply here with great force, as witness this on the Jan uary page 'All the good injuns die young.' Kev. Mr. Cook, of Chicago, arrived via Santa Fc, on Monday last, lie came in from Apache Pass with Mr. DeLong, and was the guest of Col. Dunne, until he left for the Pimo Indian settlements, where he hopes to establish schools under the aus pices of the Methodist-Episcopal Church. He conferred with the Governor, compared notes, &c. Said he had been five years among the wild ones of the Great West, and he appears like a practical man. He finds a want of books and things generally here to commence with. We hope our Gila friends will extend him all the courte sies possible introduce him, &c. Fteight teams for the week, as follows : Andy Sheen, with four large mule teams, arrived on Wednesday with 32,000 pounds of mostly butter and cheese for Govern ment, and on the return took along 15,000 pounds grain raised about Tucson. This is a significant item in favor of patronizing the Gila route; teams returning to Sono ra take no Arizona grain Several loads of potatoes came in from Hughes's ranch, on the Sonoita Quite a number of carts arrived with chickens, cheese, corn, etc., from Sonora On Thursday, Hickman & Co., of Tubac, had four loads of gram to arrive This firm arc plowing for forty acres of wheat and fift y of barley, and in tend to plant 100 of corn next season. Wounded. The freight train of Tully, Ochoa & DeLong, en route from Tucson to Camp Goodwin, when thirty-odd miles east of this place, had over thirty oxen run off early on Sunday morning, the 18th, by about seventy-five well armed Indians. The train men over took the enemy after day-light. A sharp fight ensued between the forces, in which one man (Martin Eivera) was shot through the head and killed, and two others wounded (Theodoso Cara bajal, in arm with an arrow, through the thigh with a ball, andN. Baragan slightly. The savages got away with their plunder unscathed, as supposed, in a northerly direction. It was an unusually bold attack, for there were about thirty men well-armed and used to Indian warfare Avith the train. The scene of the affair was on the South ern overland mail route, and but a few miles from the place where the stage was taken in last August and all on board murdered. Mr. DeLong happened along on his return from Apache Pass, and brought the wounded men in to Tucson, where proper attendance will no doubt soon bring them out again. We are sorry the loss should have fallen on so enterprising a firm as the above-named ; it would seem as tho' they had paid quite their share of trib ute to our savage foe. "We have not the figures, but presume thay have lost within the past few years not far from 100,000. Only about one year ago, they lost an entire train at Canyon del Oro, between here and Camp Grant. After Them. Lieut. Cushing and main command, as announced before, left a fortnight ago, and has been re ported touching at Grant. His first assistant, Lieut. Bourke, got together the fragments of the company, and on Monday evening (19th) started in pur suit cf the stock, savage and other wise, incident to the Tully-Ochoa dep redation . He had about fifteen mount ed men and ten infantry the latter to assist as escort to trains on the road. The Lieutenant had to borrow saddles, aruns, ammunition and what not, from citizens and the Territory, to enable him to mobilize this immense force. P. S. Both of these officers got back to camp (Tucson) on Thursday even ing. Lieut. C. run on to a rancharia of over fifty Indians, in the Trumbull Mt. region, over one hundred miles north-east of Tucson, and destroyed the stores of the savages, and perhaps kill ed one or two in the chase to the mountains. Tully, Ochoa & Co., have sent out oxen to move their train ahead jaainj and fte officors iu question, j aU forcJ can raise start Gvenin? on the trail of tho banu that got away with the cattle. IKDIAN RAID OX THE SAN PfiDRO.- A "band of Indians made a raid on a herd of cattle belonging to Duncan & Co. at the San Pedro crossing, on the overland road, thirty-odd miles east of Tucson, on the loth hist., and suc ceeded in escaping witi the whole of the stock. Messrs. Rogers, Horn and other citizens pursued, and re-captured the cattle about eighteen miles from the ranch. The direction was that to ward the Pinal mountains. Goldberg & Co. received a huge pile of well-assorted merchandise last evening, by way of San Diego. Seven wagon loads, or over forty thousand pounds. Persons in quest of good goods in their line, almost dirt cheap, should give 'cm a call. They are about, the oldest merchants here, and nmrht, to know iust what is wanted. For particulars, sec their programme. Murio. En el Tucson, el dia 20 de Dicienibre, Candelaria Ochoa, da edad de 45 anos, 11 meses y 16 dia s: despu es de una larga y niuy penosa emfer- medad. Wiieue it Will be Drawk. Zccken- dorfs lottery will be drawn this (Christ mas) eve, up-stairs in Brichta's saloon building. There are a very few tickets unsold yet. For full particulars, see adv't. gpComtEsroNnENCE Quite full and satisfactory. There is no room for extra words, and our contributors loo seem to nnlrrctnTiil ronnrnllv.nhmit.'what.,R wanted. Dr. Goodwin has been hunting: for deer during the past week or ten days. PERSONAL.-M. R. Piatt, Esq., well known in this portion of Arizona for success in legal practice and as a mail contractor, left by Monday's stage to San Diego, en route to his old stamping-ground in western t New York, where he left for Idaho in 1802. We expect him back in the spring with a legal female partner Mr. JohnPierson, the great flour man of Sonora, and whose brands are familiar as household words in this section, arrived in Tucson last Sunday evening, and left again Wednesday. Four others accompanied him up, aud wh'en near the Monument, they happened to be the means of recapturing eight mules two or three Apaches were driving away from some Mexicans. Mr. P. noted some freight on the road, besides his own Mr. F. M. Austin, post-trader at Grant, returned on Monday, after several days in Tucson. He is a living illustration of the salubrious nature of the climate thereaways. Says he will increase the The Citizen list at that post, and has a cart-blanche to that end. Capt. Crandall returned, on Monday, from a week's inspecting tour to Maricopa aud says he Avas treated finely by Messrs. Moore & Carr Dr. Wilbur, of the Pimo Reservation, gave us a call correct; the Doctor says 'all quiet on the Gila.' Our active and efficient Deputy Nasby, Cargiil, returned from Arizona City in good order. Senor Antonio, from Maldonado, So nora, has been in town several days. Supervisors' Proceedings. The Board met last Saturday, the 17th present, James H. Toole (chairman) and John AV. Sweeny. Owing to bad weather, farther repairs on the Jail walls were ordered deferred. Warrants were ordered drawn for the feilowing bills : Sam'l Hughes, for lumber, 97 SO ; Lee & Seott, for wheelbarrow, 835 ; P. H. Lacinsky, for five blankets, $35 ; N. G. Gay, 33; F. Contz, 27; Adam Linn, S3G; John Davis, 03. Two Jury tickets, and another warrant for Lacinsky, ordered- Board adjourned to the 30th, when every one having bills against the county should present them, it beiug the last meeting of tne oiu xsoaru, ana uiey uusire iu uman up. New Goods. Fish & Co. have got a big stock spread out just in time for holidays. DIED. DUNCAN At Apache Pass, Dec. 17th, J. G. Duncan, of San Pedro, aged 33, and a native of Pennsylvania. Decedent was a Captain in the Union army ; came from Colorado to Arizona, where he has been about three years. We did not know him, but those who did, re gret his death as that of a brave man and true frieud, and the Territory has none of that stripe to spare. G R A N S staias ? t 9 mHE UNDERSIGNED TAKE THIS jL method of informing the public that they will put up in a lottery, the prizes hereinafter mentioned, to be drawn for in a manner similar to those in the errand Mercantile Library Lottery. The follow ing gentlemen have kindly consented to be present and be responsible for the fairness m uiuuruwiug oi iuc prizes ; If. S. Stevens, Col. Lee, Mr. Tully, Capt. Crandall, .Frank liodges, and A. Levin. Two Hundred Tickets, and 200 PRIZES ! AT FIVE COLLARS EACH- pThc drawing will take place at our store on CHRISTMAS EYE, at 7 o'cl'k, and delivery of the prizes will be made the day following. A. & L. Zeckendokf. Prize No. 1 One Set Furniture, valued at 100 00 No. 2 One Bureau (marble slab) valued at 160 No. 3 One Bedstead and Hair Mattress, valued at 150 No. 4 One Hundred Dollars in Greenbacks No. 5 One Table (marble slab), 75 No. 6 One Grand Monk Clock, 50 No. 7 One Fine Silver Watcli. . 40 And One Hundred and Ninety-Three other prizes valued at from 1 to 20 each, consisting of Shawls, Pipes, Handker chiefs, Clocks. Pocket-books, Cutlery, Merschaum Pipes, Toys, and various other articles too numerous to mentiun, but all of which can be seen on exhibition in our show-case at the store. gp"Tickets for sale at our store, and at all places of public resort in Tucson. nOtd A. & L. 7.ECKEND0RF. To Freighters and Travelers en route to Ft. Yuma and San Diego ! mHE UNDERSIGNED REFERS THE X Traveling Public to the fact that he ke-jps on hand a large supply of HAT & GRAIN at his corral, situated on 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, 1870. lOtf LORD & WILLIAMS (POST OFFICE BLOCK) TUCSON, - ARIZONA; KEEPS constantly on hand a fall as sortment of CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, HATS & CAPS, m BOOTS & SHOES, HARDWARE, GROCERIES & PROVISIONS TINWARE, LIQUORS & SEGARS, All fresh and desirable Which they offer to the pub c at the low est Cash Prices. All kinds of country produce bought. All orders from outside parts promptly attended to. Cash advanced on consign ments, ltf c. n. loud. W. W. WILLIAMS. E. N. Fish. S Silvehbeeo. Tucson. San Franci&co, Jos. Collinowood, Florence. E. N. FISH & CO., MAIN ST., FLORENCE, A. T. Wholesale & Retail DEALERS IK General Merchandise. T- -l HAVE constantly on hand a large and well selected stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco, Hardware, etc., which we will sell at the very lowest prices. We have, also, Hay Bnd Grain, constant ly on hand to supply the Public. 5-tf. NOTICE -O- K very respectfully announce to the Public, and especially TO TRAVELERS -That we now have at CAMP BOWIE. A complete stock or DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, CLOTPLNG, DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES, BOOTS & SHOES, BOOTS & SHOES, GROCERIES & PROVISIONS GROCERIES & PROVISIONS GROCERIE S & PR OVISIONS GRODERIES & PROVISIONS And Miner's Tools, which wc offer at the lowest rates that such goods can be bought at in the Ter rity. Wc would especially call the attention of Prospecting Parties and Emigrants, and the people of Rallston City, that wc will SELL AT LOWER RATES Than they can buy the same on the Rio Grande or in Tucson, and save them the great cost of transportation from either of the above mentioned places. 23 Give us a call, and you will be satii tied with goods and prices. 2tf TULLY, OCHOA & CO. v