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Sail Fraucisco, Cal. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL . DEALERS IN. Genera! EH TUCSON. Isrchandise .ARIZONA. avc constantly on hand a large and well selected stock of DRY GOODS DRY GOODS DRY GOODS CLOTHING CLOTHING CLG THING BOOTS & SHOES BOOTS & SIIOES BOOTS .t SHOES GROCERIES &.PRO VISIONS GROCERIES PROVISIONS TOBAPCO TOBACCO CIGARS CIGARS HARDWARE HARDWARE And the choicest descriptions of LIQUORS, WINES, tCc, LIQUORS, WINES, tf-c, October 14, 1S70. 1-tf. Hotels, Restaurants, Saloons, etc. The Stevens House, Located at the corner of Main and Pennington streets, IS RE-FURNISHED AND RE-OPENED for the better accommodation, of the public. No pains will be spared to make guests as comfortabluand content as at any hotel in the Territory. THE E00M3 AHE HTCEEASED, and besides the Best Lodgings, Choicest Wines, Liquors & Cigars, there are added to the Bar two "Very Fine Billinx'tl 1Ta,llcs, altogether rendering the Stevens House the most inviting resort in town. ESST-l FREE LUNCH at the Bar every evenimr. Give us a call. n'.)tf iiESS HALLS C. 0.ER0W2T, Proprietor. CONGRESS HALL BLOCK, TUCSON. E WOULD RE- .spectfully announce to the community of Tucson and traveling public, that he has refitted his House in the latest style, and cannot be excelled cast of Sau Francisco, or west of St. Louis lor neatness, order, or accom modations. Keeps constantly on hand a large supply of 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 R 0 O M, elegantly furnished and fitted up, where theguests may entertain them selves after their own tastes. ltf FOSTER'S S MAIN STREET, (Opp. Lord & Williams,) DRINKS, Plain, Fancy or Ornamental, And made to Order. SMOKING Best of Ciears, or you can "go on the cheap native plan, and roll 'cm yourself Avhile the music plays. COME IN Plenty of room, seats, etc. "You know how it is yourself." ltf TUCSON Hotel and Restaurant. -0- eTT?TTTTvTn -nnmrc wrefts the Largest and most comforta asr ble Dining Room m the city. MEALS AT ALL HOTJKS 1 First Class Board at moderate -Rates A ccommodation for Horses and Team?. jC?L Also teams ready to do jobbing in the city ana vieuuty. 2tf JOSFPH NEUGASS. Shaving Saloon! Removed from Old Staud to opposite Con gress Hall, on said sueet. H AIR CUTTING and Shampooing done alter the most approved styles. ltf SAM'L BOSTICK. E. N. Fisn, Tucson, A. T. ALOOE3. TSnc Arlsoma Citizen Tucson, Saturday, May Gth, 1S71 LOCAL MATTERS 1r. Koyai E. Whitman can now see tlio fruits of his peace farce. Col. E. W. Stone, adjutant-general of the Department of Arizona, has our constant thanks for favors. News from Bradshaw mines is of the most exciting character. Ore in- ' creases in quantity and richness. We have a number of communi cations from various parts of Arizona that will get a place next week. Let the public bear in mind that the citizens killed no Indians on a res ervation of any kind. Reports to the contrary arc false. Governor Safford, John G. C apron and M. E. Piatt were in New Itork. Anril loth. The uovernor is :lue here May 20. Wit. "Worley, San Diego teamsterj was shot at Arizona city in the night of Mav 1 : also an Indian. Wounds of both arc bad, but reported not fatal. A LARGE number of Mexican farm- mers about here, are anxious to follow up the Grant raid by a campaign against Cachees. but harvest is so near at hand that the job must be deferred. The report, in The Santa Fe Post, that Mr. Cosgrovo was probably kill ed cn the mail route, has no founda tion. He left hare April 20 all right, and this morning's eastern mail has no news of any murders not before reported. Sad News. The sad news given in a letter elsewhere printed, was receiv ed at 11 a. m. to-day. The energetic Gushing has met his death nobly doinsr his duty, and there were few better men than Mr. Simpson. We shall refer to the lives of these men next week. Col. Sto Neman is going the rounds receiving and insulting company, and proving bsvond a doubt that he is governed in his public actions by per sonat preiuuiccs. iever was man less fit than he for high responsibili ties. We shall rasp him on the raw some as we slide along, and give detailed reasons why. Evidence is found that the Camp Grant Indians killed L. B. Wooster and Trinidad Iguera, at Tubac, on ALarch 20. A breast pin $2,50 gold coin worn by the mur dered woman, was found there by the raiders last Sunday. How did this pin, the horse, ammunition, &c, get there ? Let those explain who may denounce the killing ot them. It is with pleasure wo learn and announce that H. Bendell, Supt. In dian Affairs for Arizona, is in sym pathy with the people in their suffer ings by the Indians ; and that while he will do his duty ascharged by law towards the Indian, he will not be m duced to make the cause of the Indian alone a hobby. In other words, he is a man of good, available sense. San Diego merchants appreciate the value of an advertisement in The Citizen. Messrs. Stciner & Klauber have renewed their' s, as will be seen under the head of New To-day. We have known this firm for many years, and can assure all our readers that there is no more reliable r.nd upright one in San Diego or elsewhere, and they keep fresh goods and sell at moderate profits. Give the house a trial, when opportunity offers. Capt. Frank Stanwood, of Camp Grant, started on a scout with forty men some two weeks ago. He in tended to move in the direction of Crittenden along the Southern border. Capt. Stanwood is of the right met tie, and if he do not kill Indians and plenty of them, it will not be his fault, With Capts. Stanwood, Mooro and Bussell and an occasional citizen scout, we expect the Apaches to frequently get badly punished. Lt. dishing has a Fight with Ca- cheesIs Repulsed Himself and Two Others Killed. Camp Crittenden One o'clock, a. m. Aiay b. uoi. ijse : vjusnmg s party attacked Cachise's band of In dians in the Whetstone mountains, yesterday forenoon, and was repulsed. Cushing and Simpson and one of the men were killed and another man wounded. The remainder of the men have just arrived here. I have sent an express to Col. Stanwood, telling him of the fight, and he will probably be in the "Whetstone mountains by day light this morning. The Sergeant thinks there are between 150 and 200 Indian warriors with Cachees. If this is the case, Capt. Moore had bet ter come out as soon as possible, as Stanwood has only 40 men. W. J. Boss. General Field Orders No. 2. The above will be found in to-day's Citizen. A better programme might have been given for the solution of the Indian difficulties in Arizona, but surely none has been ; yet after all, it will avail little, if not enforced with untiring vigor. Col. Stoueman's or der of December SO was good, but it was in no wise executed, and the wisest order the wisest man can issue will not enforce itself. A poor order, if in the right spirit and determinedly car ried into practical effect, is more to the purpose than one teeming with wis dom and is delivered stillborn. We have criticised and ridiculed military plans and doings of the Department Commander, simply because it was right to do so, but when his plans and acts shall be improved up to the stan dard of reducing instead of encourag ing hostilities, we will more readily pat him on the back, extend him words of cheer, and applaud his works even it they be no more than plain duties well performed. It is more to our mind to approve than disapprove the conduct of public men. "We un hesitatingly approve Col. Stoneinan's Field Order No. 2, but if it be not vigorously enforced, it will prove worthless, and then our applause must be given in another direction. In this connection, we wish to put The Citi zen squarely on the record as Col. Stoneman has advised our citizens, that is to cease clamoring for more troops. The Citizen will insist on more activity and that there are troops enough now in Arizona to quiet the Indians in twelve months or less if made to do full duty rightly applied. We see it stated, and believe it a fact, too, that with nearly one-tenth of the army of the United States in Arizona, not an average of 100 men ate engag ed in punishing hostile Indians the very obiect of their presence here. If any man of fair business capacity had these troops to pay and subsist and at his command, and these Indians to whip, ho would see that less than 25 men in camp to one in the field would answer. This subiect will bear f urther analysis, but we forbear at present, as we hope to see the several posts rival each other in the duties assigned each under General Field Orders No. 2, and then all hands but the Indian will ap plaud Col. Stoneman and the troops at his command. It is reported that Col. Stoneman has ordered a court-martial of "John Thompson, private of M Troop 1st Cavalry" because of his truthful letter to The Citizen regarding the murder of Perry Bedmond. This report seems almost incredible, but if it be true, we would suggest that all privates who can write and are now in this Depart ment be discharged, and their places filled with illiterate deaf and dumb men. This plan would work to a charm, if care were taken to not enlist any such who are skilled in imparting their thoughts by facial expressions Our suggestions shall not be wanting to promote the efficiency of the mili tary service. Capt. Moore ning, with 25 will leave this eve- men for the scene of Cushing's battle. Capt. Stanwood left Crittenden about six hours before the news of Cushing's repulse reached there. San Francisco, April 28. Green backs, buying, 90; selling, 91. Call ior no more Troops. We say call for no more troop3, if for no other reason than this, viz: Just such calls are so many excuses for an inefficient policy with what we have, and especially pleases every idler in the service. All officers who prefer easo to labor, feel grateful for this cry for more troops, as it argues that the only reason why more is not accom plished is that there are not troops enough to do more. If even one-fourth the present force were kept steadily in the field and moving with right spirit, the need for more troops would not long be even apparent. Railroad Outlook. The San Diego Union ot April 28, says : We have seen a letter from Hon. B. C. McCormick, in Avhich he speaks verv confidently concerning railroad matters, expressing the belief that the Texas Pacific Company will have no difficulty in immediately obtaining all the funds needed, and that they will commence work at both ends of the line without delay. "Woman is a delusion, madam!" exclaimed a crusty old bachelor to a witty youn? lady. "And man is al ways hugging some delusion or other," was the quick reply. PROPOSALS E0R WOOD. Office C. D. O. S. D. D. of Arizona, Tucson Depot, A. T., March 1, 1S71. QEALED PROPOSALS, which must be kj mace in Uuaurunlieate, will dc recciv cd at this office until 12 o'clock noon on Saturday the 13th day of May next, for mrnismug tne quarter Master's Depart ment at Cami Bowie, A. T., with such quantities of rood merchantable hard year eoimiu noing July lsi in L. t. cnrrenex,rsed "Proposals I he riirht is rei A. T ai ,i ,. LiailMiU'lC- V. food. Pruj'o.-.ils for U-.dat t luthority. C: i. G, C. I,P.P. drcssL-1 ;o the up. jr. yyg v ,. ,. YDist-fAriz'-2bwb ' TjIONE" Chief Disb. Officers. LOstf D0JTT f ! B" UY YOUR TIN A? ' Ware and Stoves t, of the Undersigned, ,5m Block, Tucson, where' 33 v c a 35 e h c r p 1 1 o n ofI TIF AWD SHEET LE0IT - "WAEE is sold at Remarkably Low Prices for Cash. Orders solicited end promptly filled on Terms to suit the times. DAVIS 2-v E L. 8 O N . NR. CONNECTED WITH TEE o above establishment, is a special department for the ISepaii and Cleaning WATCHES, CLOCKS, Etc., JUtc. All work warranted as represented. 24tf JpACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP CO. Fare for New York via Panama Cabin Si00 Steerage 50 (ggTateamers leave Francisco on the 3d and l7th of each month (except when ei ther date falls on Sunday, then on the Sat urday preceding).) ALL, STEAMERS OF tub PACIFIC MATT, STEAMSHIP CO. WILL CALL AT SAN DIEGO, DOWN AND UP. Departures of the 3d from San Francisco call at Mazatlan, Acapulco, San Jose de Guatemala, and Punta Arenas. Fare from San Diego to San Francisco, Cabin, 015. Steerage, $8. FREIGHTS From San Diego to San Franciso, So per ton ; to New York, Wool and Hides 2 cts. $ lb ; Wine in bis. 12 cts. ?gal.; in cases, i lb. Eor China and Japan. Steamers leave on the 1st ofevery month punctually at noon, for Yokohoma and Hongkong, connecting at Yokohoma with the Company's Branch Line for Shanghae via Hiogo and Nagasaki. For further particulars, apply to ELDKIDGE & IRWIN, Agents. 25tf C. P. Taggart, Agt., San Diego. For SaSe. A large assortment of well seasoned FIXsTE LUMBER, at 10 and 12 cents per foot. Will receive orders for any kind and make and deliver at 40 days notice. Place of business Sam Hughes Lumber-Yard. A. LAZARD. Tucson, March 8th, 1871. 22tf. BABBIT METAL. MACHINISTS, or any person wanting Babbit Metal, can find the best sub stitute in type-metal, of which this office can spare about fifty pounds very cneap. Legal Advertisements. Notice IS hereby given, that in pursuance .of the Order of the Probate Court ol the County of Yuma, Arizona Territory, made on the 17th day of April, A. D. 1871, in the matter of the estate of Robert Cavanaugh, deceased, the undersigned, Administrator of said estate, will sell at private sale, to the highest bidder for cash, in one parcel, and subject to confirmation by said Probate court, on or after Saturday the 13th day of May a. d. 1871, at his office in ArizonaCity, Yuma county, Arizona Territory, All the right, title, interest and estate of said intestate at the time of his death, and all the right, title and interest that the said estate has, by operation of law, or other wise acquired, other than or in addition to to that of the said intestate at the time of his death, in and to all that lot, piece or parcel of land, situate, lying and being in the village of Arizona City, xuma county, .Arizona Territory, and described as fol lows, to wit: Commencing at the southeast corner of Main ant! First streets, in Arizona City ; thence running north 85 degrees east, 1.27 chains; south 5 degs. east, 1.71 chains; 85 degrees west, 1.27 chains; north 5 degs. west, 1.71 chains ; with a good adobe building in good condition thereon, con taining one large room used as a saloon, two card rooms and two private rooms, with large corral and horse sheds, together with furniture and fixtures complete fora drinking saloon. All bids or offers for the purchase of said property must be in writing, and may be left at the office of the undersigned at Arizona City, in Yuma county, Arizona Territory, delivered to him personally or filed with the Probate Judge ot Yuma county. Terms and conditions of Sale Cash. Twenty-five per cent, of the purchase money" to be paid to the Administrator, on the day of sale, balance on confirmation of sale by said Probate Court, deed at ex pense of purchaser. The above described property is located on the principal street in Arizona City, is a corner lot, and building opposite the store of Hooper, Whiting & Co., being in the center of the business portion of the town, with a large corral and conveniences nec essary for the accommodation of a business -ot' nuv kind, ;i'id is the most desirable "U)erty in tiir town. ""- W H. FORREST, MniuMn.tor of the Estate of Robert Cavanaugh, Deceased, jna Cin , April 19th, 1871. 29w3 Summons.. j N TUB DISTRICT COURT OF THE JL First Judicial District, County of Pima, and Territory of Arizona. Ciiakles Tkumbull Hatden, Plaintiff, against Tnc Arizona Mining Company, Deft. The Territory of Arizona sends greeting to The Arizona Alining Company, Dffendant You are hereby summoned and required to appear iu an action brought against you by Charles Trumbull Hayden, the plaintiff above named, in the District Court of the First Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, and to answer the complaint there in, lilcd with the Clerk of said court at Tucson, in the county of Pima, within tweuty days (exclusive of the day of serv ice), after service on you of this summons, if served within this county; if served out of this county but in this District, thirty days ; in all other cases forty days. If jou fail to appear and answer said complaint as herein required, judgment by default will be taken againrt you by tfie plaintiff for the sum of Four Thousand Four Hundred Dollars, with interest from the 12th day of April, a. d. 1SG5, together with the costs of this action. I J Given under my handandthe Seal 4 l. s. of said Court this 22d day of April ( m J A. D. 1871. O. BUCKALEW, Clerk District Court, 2uw9 First J udicial Dist Arizona. Summons in District Court. "FN the District Court of the First Judi JL cial District, County of Pima and Ter ritory of Arizona. JAMES H. TOOLE vs. EDWARD PHELPS The Territory of Arizona sends greeting to Edward Phelps, Defendant: You 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 the complaint" therein filed with the Clerk of said cuirt, at Tucson in the county of Pima, within twenty days (ex clusive of the day of service,) after service upon you of this summons, if served with in this county ; if served out of this county but in this District, thirty days; iuall other cases, forty days. If you fail to appear and answer said complaint as herein required, the plaintiff in this action will take judgment by de fault against you for the sum of one hund red anil twenty dollars, with interest there on at two per cent, per month from the 2-lth day of March A. D. 1870; together with the costs of this action. Given under my hand and the seal of the f j District Court of the First Judicial l. s. J-District of the Territory of Arizo- I na, this 4th day of March a. d. 1871. O. BUCKALEW, 28w9 Clerk of District Court. Notice! "NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT 1.1 there will be an election held at the Couri House in me fown of Tucson, on WEDNESDAY, MAY 17TH, a. d. 1871, for he election of Municipal Officers, to wi, a Mayor, four Councilmen, one Mar shal, one Assessor, one Treasurer, one Re corder and one Poundmasier. Polls to open at 10 o'clock a. m. and close a4 o'clock p. m. ( Sidney R. DeLong, Inspectors, -j Samuel Hughes, ( Joun Anderson. Tucson, AT., April 25, 1871. 29w3 Notice. THE undersigned intends to close out and leave Tucson in a few days, and requests those having claims against him to present them at once; and those owing him will please come forward, etc. Sotf FRANK S. ALLING.