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TTJOS O 3ST,
S IV DIEGO
TFT - t-p.-p.T7T,-7-LINE!
TOUR HORSE COACHES
.ST leave Tucson every Mon-4 a-aa
Tine Arizona Citizen
dav and Thursdaj-, at 2J P- ni., imd Two
horse vehicles every third trip at the same
TIM to SAU DIEGO, FIVE DAYS!
This will enable the traveling public to
reach San Francisco in EIGHT'DAYS.
Fare to Arizona City ?50
" San Diego, (hi gold coin or its .equiv
alent,) . 590
JOnN.G. CAPRON, Proprietor.
"Office at Lord & Williams.
J. F- BENNETTS CO.,
Ovei'land IVTa il and "Express
ARE NOW RUNNING Ay,gSPs
two-horse vehicle threeAS&J
times a week, from Tucson to the Burro
Mines, where they connect with Coaches
For All Parts of New Mexico, Texas,
Chihuahua and Eastern States.
igirPartieular Attention paid to carry
ing Express Matter, and comfort of Pass
engers. - Office at Lasinslcy & Co.'s store,
Tucson. -F" (nol3tf)
Wholesale & Retail
DEALER IX EVERY
VARIETY -OF ifiERCHANBISE
November 5, 1S70. 1-tf.
Tucson, Saturday 7 February 4, 1871
Tucson Postal Directory.
Shooting on the Gila. Dr. Wilbur
received a call on Thursday to repair to the
Gila to repair the damage done to A. Gon
zales, who was shot in the groin by Frank
Griffin. The wound will probably prove
P. S. Just as we go to press, Mr. Archi-
I bald kindly handed us a letter from D. C.
VSTOffice opcnfromS a. m. to! p. m. except , Thompson, showing that Jan. 31 he Start-
oil ounuuys, wiwu ii, imc w vjjwjiw i e(j a 4-mliie team tor nay, 10 mues uisium.
10 a. m. until farther notice. j Aj- nearly sun-set, the Apaches jumped
JfailsWcst Depart at2p.m. Mondays aiid.tlireo men cutting hay and loadiug the
Thursdays; arrive Sundays and itursaays. wagon, one man receiving a muiuunuuuu
VaiU East-Depart Sundays, Tuesdays and -one white "Jf"'"
inurmaysana omumays. I pursuit. When 20 miles, Gonzales, above-
2Mls North Depart at p. m.on Mondays; entioncd unuer the inlluence of
arrive Saturdays. I limmr become senarated, and on his ap-
Mails for Tuhacand SonomDemrt Jlondays lirnneli to the nartv. he was hailed several
at oa. m ; arrive weanesuays. times, but laueu to lespuuu, icuumg iu
.. Mwuman a , belief that he was an Apache, and was shot
, intJ as above stated. Mr. Thompson says the
liiuiuu bays uicie is suwu w " party justify Griffin.
ia' ball in Tucson.
Jttiioe Isham Reavis elegantly celebra-
The teams of Mr. Peck and others ar-1 hirtMay Avll5cll feU upon last Sat
rived, last Saturday, with goods from San j urday Ju tbu cveml)gt at the rooms of the
Diego, foriord & Williams, Jacobs & Co. Tuma duwation, the Governor, Supreme
andrank S" Mha Judges, nearly' every member of both
Judge C. A. Tweed left Tucson Thurs- j urancues of the Legislature, and others
day for California, intending to return with; assemblcd upon invitation to assist the
his -wife for a permanent residence in 'Ari- judgC in this pleasant exercise. A lunch
zona- j was spread and bottles of champagne "too
A. Levin, the excellent beer manufactnr- numerous to mention" were opened, and
cr of Tucson, is preparing to start an es-' the eating and drinking were interspersed
tablishment in the Gila settlements, prob-; with inany g0od wishes by all for all, and a
ably at Adamsville. j mimber of rcsponScs made which elsewhere
J. M. Ainsa's train, loaded with govern- ' would have been termed speeches The
, , rr. i i m i occasion was a joyous one to liost and
ment supplies, left Tucson last Tuesday Sand 1U!lde any attempt to re
for Infantry Camp. Col. Lee went along uress his feelings. Probably there were not
on government business; and Col. J. n. 1 one present wno would not like to assist
Toole, post trader there, also lctt mat uay the judge in many more uirimwj
! I Tiie Eastern mail is doing good service
Col. Lewis, well known in Arizona, now . oetwecn here and Santa Fe, as the papers
resident of San Diego, we learn by a letter from tliat city have reached here regularly
of Jan. 27th, is near death ; that he could , tliree times a week for a couple of weeks.
not then speak, and his friends had no hope i vyc uad some nttle growls at J. F. Bennett
of his recovery & Co ft fow wccks but if the prescnt
m -ITT- t.., r.;; r state of clHciencv continues, tlicre will be
'. . ..... no occasion to repeat them.
having attempted to poison all lianas at; But wi,at is the matter beyond Santa Fe?
Gila Bend, was brought before Justice fyc don'tget through Eastern mail one-half
Meyers last Saturday, waived an examina- j the time.
tion, and was sent to jail to await tne grana 0sE GooD jdian. Last Monday night,
J ! tlirmi Tnrlians attenuated to steal the horse
Last week we suggested that Wells, I Qf Sefl Qr Rafuel at th(J gan Pcdr0 rauclies
Jbargo uo. would uo wen to exienu men bnt they W(jrc seasonabiy discovered and
business to Tucson, and this hint we pre- Qne instantly killcd) and from blood on the
sume muuccci tne circulation oi a peuuuu u Qf thoge esca d anotbcr is surely
asking the company to establish an othce . wounded. Mr. Duncan writes this news to
here. Hon. W. L. Fowler, and adds his opinion
Twn-.-cTTTTi3ii,n.is nf mncrpiKF. lmvft that tne rascals are woouwin maians. aucn
, . .. receptions at ranches will have good efTcct,
been scctionized, and ere long the plats 1 n
E very respectfully announce tothe
f uulic, and especially
T o Travel ers.
-That we now have at
C a sia p M o w-ic.
A complete stock ot
DRY GOODS, CLOTHNG,
DRY GOODS, OLO THING,
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
BOOTS & SHOES,
BOOTS & SHOES,
BOOTS & SHOES,
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS,
GROCERIE S & PR OVISIONS, "
GRODERLES & PROVISIONS,
And Miner's Tools,
which we offer at the lowest rates that
such goods can be bought at in the Ter
rity. We 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.
JSP Give us a call, and you will be satis
fied with goods and prices.
2tf TULLY, OCHOA&CO.
son to Ft. Yuma for 30, and all the way to
San Diego for 70 in currency. This is
Large Sale of Property
rE WILL SELL ATrPRIVATE SALES
10-Wagons, 1150 set of Harness, 125
good Mules, 50 good Horses of all work.
Saddles, Bridles, &c. ; 500 head of beef
Cattle ; miiK uows and work Oxen ; ilogs,
Sheep: Flour, Beans, Bacon. Pork. Tallow,
Dry Hides, Blacksmith's Tools ; Mowing-
machine and Haying loots; also, a large
lot of useful property too numerous to
mention. Also about $5000 worth of mer
We will sell all of the above at reduced
prices for cash or good notes.
We will trade any of the above property
HINDS & HOOKER.
Tucson, A. T., Jan. 11, 1S71. 14tt
will be completed for the proper offices.
Tucson is on sections 12 and 13 of town
ship 14. Would it not be well for real
estate owners in this town to move in the
matter of getting government titles to their
A few days since in Tucson, a human
brute knocked an eye out of a mule. The
mule was much the better behaved beast
of the two. If there be a law of Arizona
against cruel treatment to
W. O. Sullivan celebrated his nuptials
on Thursday night, by a gay dance and a
truly generous feast of the best edibles and
drinkables. If the beginning of his wedded
life be an index to the regular every day
future of it, he will exist happily and fare
plenteously, and being a good man, he de
serves "all that sort o' thing."
LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the office at Tucson, Janua-
ary 31, 1871.
Lopez Jose M.
Lea A. T.
Lutz Wm. H.
Morez Joseph, 2
McClellan Wm, 2
Mungaur, Camillo de
-Mitchell, Uhas. T.
Algil Juan J.
Adams B. K.
Anderson Robert 2
Ac una Choua
Borques Arcadio 2
Baker Joe 2
BoydM. W. 2
Camall D. B.
Collins N. J.
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA, )
Office of Treasurer,
Tucson, January 20t,h 1871. )
IfcXOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
XI the following described Bonds of the
Territory of Arizona, with the Coupons
attacneu, issued uy virtue oi - an aui ia
provide lor tne contingent, expenses oi me
TWritni-c- nmrnvnil Nnvp.TTlhftr flth. 1S04-.
will be paid on presentation at this office :
Nos. 225 to 230 inclusive, issued Sept. 8,
18G5, in tavor of W. T. Florrer, for 50 00
each; total tjoUii uu goia interest, mere-
on ceases irom and after this date.
JOHN B. ALLEN,
1Gw2 Territorial Treasurer.
Cruz y Pasa Florena.Murphy, J
Costo Antonio 2 Magillas, Carolin
Cazim Mejicano Michilina, Irlnidad
Lamandura Cnselda 6!i ewinan, it, b
The driver of Thursday's eastern mail
brought word that early this week, a party
animals, it j 0f three men and one woman were attack-
should be enforced, and if there be none, lcd hy Indians just this side of ApachePass,
me parage ot u cum ut, u ua. .... resultins in the loss of their stock but no
Reduced Fares. Discharged soldiers ' injmy to their persons. From every dircc-
will be earned by Capron's line from Tuc-, rcdations are rcportcd.
Rain commenced to fall during Thurs-
Crane J. A,
Crawford J. L.
Campbell D. W.
Craiz Geo. C.
Dias Mercedes 3
Doyle J. M. 3
Down E. L.
Elias J. M.
Fuentes Clara M.
Farland H. S.
Fields W. W.
Fields A. W.
Fields G. W.
Fanchon G. G.
Farmer P. J.
Griffin S. E.
Giambatista M. dc A.
Grcgg J. H.
Griffin S. L.
I Hickoy Ruben
i Hidalgo Vicente
I Hattcn H.
Jelks Thomas R.
James George 3
Jones H. M.
James T. B. 2
Kember H. 2
Lucero Bias 3
quite a reduction from regular rates, and j day niSnt, and continued up till late yes-
none bnt discharged soldiers can have pas
sage at the prices named.
Supreme Court. A full bench of this
tribunal convened last Saturday, as per ad
journment. The only business transacted
was the admission of Judge Ilarley II. Cart
ter to practice therein, and adjourned until
Wednesday of this week. At last meeting
some amendment was made to the rules,
when the court adjourned sine die.
terday morning. The dust was well laid
and some mud resulted in places. The
adjacent mountains were clad in a slight
cover of snow, and a white frost was pres
ent all ronnd this morning.
ArAdiES About. On Wednesday night
last, a party of Apaches (twenty to thirty)
attempted to steal stock on the southern
suburb of Tucson. The next day a small
party passed west between town and the
nine-mile watering-place. The Papagoes
Good Living suits everybodj', and it's i say they followed this band out into the
some advantage to know where it can be i"s saw tnem men.
obtained, and the object of this is to say The mail from Wickenburg arrived this
that the place is at Frank S. Alling's Dining ( morning as usual, but not anything came
Hall sign of "Shoo Fly." Last Saturday , from Prcscott not even the mail from
Mr. Ailing received, direct from California, i there due here one week ago. This latter
a great variety of rare edibles in this mar- j is understood to have been sent through to
ket. Buckwheat flour, corn meal, fish, ! California.
honey, fruits, &e., &c. His table is most j What's the Matter? On Thursday
liberally provided with the best prepared ; we gav. a lettcr datcd at San Dieg0 Jan..27)
food showing conclusively that the stages con-
The 'boys in blue,' at. Camp Bowie, arc j nected clear through that trip, yet no reg
a jovial set, judging from a programme of: ular mail came through from beyond Ari
songs, dances and laughable farces received ' zona City. Oversight or neglect somewhere,
and which were performed Jan. IS. They Frank Larkin, of Sweetwater, an.d Sam
style the entertainment 'Bowie Varieties,' v. wise, of Adamsville vicinity, were in
and was very likely quite enjoyable. The j towu durIng thc AVCtik Mr wisc report-
boys undoubtedly go on tne principle mat cd tbat j D talker, member elect to the
there is much fun in life, if it be looked up
and cooked up. Jollity is obtained in much
the same way as food and raiment, by
method and labor.
House, had been unwell, but had so far re
covered that he hoped to be able to fake
his seat about this time.
Getting Ready. Mr. Guiou, division
agent of Caproii's line, is busy fixing for
the tri-wcekly mail. Point-of-Mountain
We are indebted to Mrs. John G. Capron
(her husband acting as agent) for a supply
of California fruitapples and grapes. The j station is to be abandoned, and quite an
former were well preserved and the grapes important one established at the Nine-Mile
too much so, unless we call them raisins ;
Orcasitas, A. dc M.
Urios, Antonio, J
Ortega, Jesus D.
Price, J D
Pierce, J F
Purdy, G S
ltidgc, A J
Robinson, H P
Roberts, J W
Rickey T B
Smith, L A
Sumner, M 2
Stoeckle, Chs. & Co.
banx, JKateal 13
Stone, GM 2
Thcrrel, J D 2
Townlcy, W D
Teres. F 2
Urtcn Eliza 3
Vigil S. M. 3
Vrohies J H 2
Vanderroot J H
Varela II 2 .
Waggoner F R
Wad W H
Summons in District Court.
N THE DISTRICT COURT, SECOND
Judicial District, in and lor the County
of Yuma, Territory of Arizona J. W.
Jones, Prff against David Lolson, uert.
me lerriiurv oi aiuuuu suuus icchuj;
To DAVID COLSON, Defendant:
You are herebv rtnuired to be and ap
pear in an action brought against you by
the above named plaintiff, in the District
Court, Second Judicial District, of the
Territory of Arizona, in and for the county
of Yuma, and to answer the complaint
filed therein, within twenty days exclu
sive of the day of service after the service
on you oi uns suuimuus, n raitumuuu
this county, or if served out of this county
but in this District, within thirty days;
otherwise within torty days : or judgment
by default will be taken against you, ac
cording to the prayer of said complaint.-
The said action is brought to recover
the sum of Three Hundred and Fourteen
Dollars, gold coin of the United States of
America, with interest thereon from the
10th day of May, A. D. 1809, as per prayer
of complaint. And you are hereby
notified, that if you fail to appear and an
swer the said complaint as above required,
the said plaintiff" will take judgment
against you for said sum of three hundred
and fourteen dollars, gold coin of the Uni
ted States ot America, and costs of suit.
Given under my hand, and the seal of
. ) the District court ot tne accona
l. s. Judicial District of the Territory
v I of Arizona, in and for the County
of Yuma, this ibtli day ot January, a. v.
1871. J. W. DORRINGTON,
C. W. C Rowell, Att'y for Pl'ff.
Persons calling for any of the
Letters, please say 'Advertised.'
C. H. LORD, P. M,
' Botjrbox Among TJs.' While the
world is topsy-turvy on the downfall
and creation of empires ; with crown
ed heads made to order with places to
put 'em, a genuine issue of the house
of 'Bourbon' was thrust upon The
Citizen. This 'coup-d'-etat' on the
part of E. N. Fish & Co. occurred yes
terday afternoon timely, and we ac
cept the situation accordingly. True
'blue blood,' and more left.
SULLIVAN MEAD February 1, 1871, in
the Catholic Church, by the Rev. Father
Jouvanceau, W. O. Sullivan and Anna
Mead, both of Tucson.
I crossing north of town.
the substitute then would be preferable.
Most every' sort of fruit will (some day)
grow in Arizona as well as in California, but
every enterprise of a permanent nature
hinges on the eternal 'Indian question.' It
is said, however, that a certain man once
had a grapery in fine bearing condition ad
jacent to town, but deliberately and vandal
like, because the youngsters (perfectly nat
ural) couldn't wait for the fruit to ripen,
pulled the vines out of the ground. It
is rightly believed that if the Apache don't
Rnnnn.r or later settle the hash of such a
human dog-in-the-manger, the devil will
' which is all the same on 'the 32d parallel.'
The sentence of Anthony Dorman is ex
pected to be executed uext Friday. Prep
arations therefor am making, and there
seems in this instance no escape from the
jury's verdict and the Court's sentence.
Cavt. C. E. Mowry and Geo. H. Cooler
arrived from Sonora to-day. Regarding the
Mission Camp murderers, we shall have an
item again of length, we expect, next week.
Departed. By Thursday's stage, C. W.
C. Rowell, U. S. Attorney, and John G.
Capron, Esq., left forYumaand SanDiego.
To All Whom It May Concern :
WHEREAS, IT HAVING BEENMADE
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.1S70, by PFDRO PINTO, TOMAS
SANCHEZ 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, upo'n the commission.of said crimes,
fw tn Rnnnra hi "Mexico, for safctv: and
whereas, The safety of the lives and prop
erty ot the Citizens of the Territory im
peratively requires that these outlaws shall
be brought to justice and punishment;
Now, therefore, I, A. P. K. SAFFORD,
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 thc Territory, or one-third or said
SUM FOR THE DELIVERY OF EITHER.
( i Given under my hand and the Great
l. s. -Seal of the Territory, this29thday
of December, a. d. 1870.
A. P. K. SAFFORD.
By the Governor.
Coles BAsnroRD, Secretary of the Ter
ritory of Arizona. ' 13tf
DISTRICT COURT SUMMONS.
In the District Court of the First Judicial
District, County of Pinla, and Territory of
Arizona John B. Allen against Hilario
Cucvas The Ten-itory of Arizona sends
frcetitiff To Hilario Cucvas, dejendant :
TOU 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 thc complaint therein, filed in
the office of the Clerk of said Court at Tuc
son, in the County of Pima, within twenty
days (exclusive of thc day of service) after
service of this summons upon you, if served
within this county ; if served out of this
county, but within this District, thirty
days ; in all other cases, forty days.
The said action is brought to obtain a
decree ot Court for the foreclosure of a
certain mortgage described in the said
complaint, aud executed by the said Hilario
Cuevas to John B. 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 ceut. per month,
pavablc monthly, from the 25th day of Jan
uary, A. D. 1S()3, 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 thc tilteenth day of September
A. 1). 1808, and interest thereon; Three
thousand dollars in gold coin, payable in
fifteen months from the date of said
mortgage, with interest thereon at the rate
ot twelve per ccrit. per annum, payable
quarterly, from the loth day of September
A. D. ISliS, and interest thereon.
That the premises conveyed thereby may
be sold, and the proceeds applied to the
payment of the amounts due the plaintiff
for thc aforesaid principal sums, and thc
interest that may be due ; and for the sum
of seveuty-two 50-100 dollars, balance due
the plaintiff, for repairs and improvement
of said premises ; for the care thereof, since
the 15th day of September A. D. 18(58, 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 sufficient to pay the
same, then to obtain judgment against the
said Hilario Cuevas, for the balance remain
ing due, and for other and further relief.
If you fail to appearand auswer the said
complaint as herein required, the plaintiff
will take default against you, and apply to
the Court for the relief demanded in said
j Given wider my hand and the Seal
J l. s. ofthe District court of the First Ju-
j dicial District of thc Territory of Ar
izona, this 2Wi day of December, A. D. 1870.
Clerk District Court,
12m3 First Judicial District, Arizona.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
ESTATE OF CHARLES REIDT, DE
ccascd. Notice is hereby given by the
undersigned, Administratrix of the above
named estate, to the Creditors of, and all
persons having claims against said deceased
to exhibit the same with the necessary
vouchcrs, within one year from the date of
this notice, to the undersigned, at Arizona
City, Yuma county, Arizona Territory.
Arizona Citv, December 28th, 1870.
" DELIA A. REIDT,
A NO. 1 BUCK COOK-STOVE,
every thing very complete. A
bargain in it. Inquire of Lord &