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Arizona citizen. [volume] (Tucson, Pima County, A.T. [i.e. Ariz.]) 1870-1880, September 27, 1873, Image 3

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fesliavixiu: Saloon. )
;tuoo street first pole West of the!
Drug Store.
TSTORK IN THE BEST STYLES AT
t 7 reasonable rates, such as
Sharing, '
Shampooing
Hair Catting.
Best Bay rum used.
ltf SAM'L BOSTICK.
3..W. CRAIGUE,
W1IOI.B5ALE D BALER IN
OINE "WINES,
LIQUORS,
and CIGARS
BRICK 33TJILIDI3SrG-3
CORNER OF 4TH AND K STS.,
SAN DrTGO.
IPJojieox News Depot
CIGAE STORE.
' o
THE LATEST NEWSPAPERS, PERI-
Also, a flue assortment of
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes, Etc.,
constantly on hand.
J. S. MANSFELD, .
Losinsky's block, uongress-st,
Tucson, Arizona
Stf
5. W. CnuiiBT.
J. S. Jones.
G. W. CEESLEY and CO.
Importers and "Wholosale Dealers
in
lp i n e Wines and Liquors.
Sole Proprietors of
CUNDURAUGO BITTERS,
No. 414 Front street, San Francisco, Cal.
and 51 Front St., Sacramento.
Sneeial attention will be paid to the
r i le in Arizona.
.May 24. Cm.
FLOUR! FLOUR!!
HAVING PUT IN FINE RUNNING
order the
EAGLE STEAM FLOURING MILL,
in Tucson, I am prepared to fill orders for
CHOICE FLOUR
AT
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Patronage Solicited. Please call at the
Mill and "Examine my make of Flour and
Prices. JAMES LEE.
Jn It 19. tf.
BEST SALOON.
hbQIIORTY," THE POPULAR
yj Mixologist, has just opened a
Cosy Saloon
Tti the Southeast Corner of the Postofficc
block, formerly occupied by Levin of the
Philadelphia Brewery Saloon.
BEST of Liquors dealt out Straight or
Mixed in the tastiest STYLES.
WINES, BEER, ALE, &c,
f FINEST QUALITY, ever ready.
CIGARS of the CHOICEST BRANDS
constantly on hand.
SEE "SHORTY"
ntertainmeut.
for good saloon
July 19, tf.
1 . HAYDEN .
N. O. FLOVRNOT.
C. T. HAYDEN & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALERS IN
JEvei-y "Variety
TO ERCHANDISE
MAIN STREET,
Ahizoxa.
FERD. BERTEOLD,.
Tres Alamos, Arizona,
Dbalef. in
QEJSERAL MERCHANDISE,
i the police officer to only inflict half the
"aye constantly on hand a well solooted number and then inform the prisoner that
stock of pn a certain day he must report for the
balance of the punishment; but strange
DIU GOODS, to gay the prisoner never returned nor
GROCERIES, did he remain to commit more crimes.
I lie was elected and served in the Coun
PROVISIONS, cil of the Arizona Legislature in 1SC4 and
1.1Q.UORS, vas re-elected in 1SG6, and made the pres-
TOKACCO, and j'S efoSni Cnnci.1 "r.TO liQ S
?b2m eccted a member of the Council in 1
C 1.U ARS, It"-, and served in the session of the prcs
Ete Etc l.Cn yi'?r- He discharged all his public
lc" 1 na private trusts with fidelity and was
WHICH T offer for sale at lowest possible , ''Obsessed of quick, clear judgment,
prices. I have also HAY and fiRAlN on , Uc leavcs a daughter in Tucson four-
hand to supply the traveling public. AIsoi..
3t -excellent well of water
to accom-
tto the public.
ap5-Cni.
THE CITIZEN.
Tucson. Saturday, : s Sept. 27, 1873
LOCAL JIATTERa.
Samttel Raglan, sentenced to serve
three months in the county jail lor an as
sault, escaped on the -1st.
Tup. Jewish New Year -was observed in
Tucson, Monday the 22d, by the believers
in that faith in abstaining from labor and
closing their respective places of business
Tun Fifth Cavalry Band called upon
Lieut. Bourke Wednesday evening and
irave some beautiful music. Several mil
itary officers and citizens were present,
Mayor Toole has been kept busy in
the auction business this week. The
goods and furniture beloucinir to the cs
tate of Vicente Hernandez and several
other sales were made at auction.
Freight trains owned by Amobisca
Usborn and Bennett & Block, arrived
this week with government freight for
Fish & Co. George Ficlds's train, loaded
wim citizen freight for Camp Grant, pass
en tnrougn town on Wednesday.
Senor and Senora Molla crave
theatrical entertainment Sunday evening,
wnicn was wen attended ana Heartily an
preciated by the audience. In token of
the esteem in which the citizens hold Se
nora Molla, quite a handsome sum was
subscribed and presented to her.
The Papago school at San Xavicr has
been opened by two of the Sisters from
the Academy of St. Joseph. There were
at the commencement about twenty
cnnuren in aucnaance : as the f anairoes
are just beginning to return to winter
quarters we expect to see the school tilled
wnen tney all get back.
Business has been lively this weel
about the mill of James Lee. He has put
in successiui operation a saw-mill in con
nection with his irrist-mill, and order
can now be left and any class of lumber
win tie furnished on short notice. Mr.
Lee intends before long to start a planing
mm in connection with ins 6aw-mill. His
grist-mill is in constant operation, and he
is receiving lanre quantities of wheat
from the Gila. Industry and enterprise
should be rewarded and we are glad to
ociieve tnat in tins instance it will be.
Personal. S. H. Drachman left this
week for Las Cruces, N. M
John T. Smith was in town this week
trom the Bosque ranch
Smith Turner came in from the Gila this
week.
Col. Morrow and Mr. Vcdder arrived
on Thursday from Apache and Grant.
Thomas Ewing and R. M. Robertson
left on Monday lor Grant and Apache.
C. L. Miner, editor of The Sentinel, and
ranK .LarKiu arrived by stage last eve
ning.
Mr. Barnett, of the firm of Barnett &
Block, arrived yesterday from Yuma.
Col. Taylor, Paymaster, and son, arriv
ed last Saturday. He will relieve Colonel
Morrow, who goes east.
L. M. Jacobs arrived home by the So
mini Buiiru on oaiuruay last, lie canio
via Guaymas to see to some goods that
had been detained in the custom-house at
that place, and succeeded in arranging
everything satisfactorily. He informs us
that peace and very dull times exist
throughout bonora.
G. A. Franklin arrived in Tnr.Rnn nn
Tuesday. He has been engaged recently
with T.innt. WlirvWa
No. 2, which is in- charge of Lieut. A. II.
Kussell of lv Co., lurst Cavalry. This
party has been principally engaged ex
ploring tne iriDutanes of the Little Colo
rado and the country north. He reports
exceueui stocic ranges over the route gen
erally, and the frequent discovery of coal.
Mr. .branklm came across the White
Mountain reserveand says that he believes
the Apaches will raise this year at least
onn Ann r
uwuuu ujb. ui cum.
Hon.. Mark Aldrich died in Tucson,
Sunday evening, 21st inst., of old age,
ana was ounce oil Monday, the 22d. A
very large number followed his rcmains-
to the grave.
The Masonic Brotherhood took charge
oi me remains and buried him in accord
ance with the rights of the order.
The deceased was seventy-one years of
ue. no was oorn in ine atate of New
York, but subsequently settled at War
saw,, nancock countv. Illinois. Wp.
know but little of his early history, but
are lniormea mat ne was three times a
member of the Illinois Legislature, and
served with Lincoln, Douglass, McDoue
all, Baker and other distinguished men
j who have since written their names high
on tne roll of fame.
He came to California in 1849, and we
believe engaged in mercantile pursuits.
Of his history while there we are not in
formed. He came to Arizona in the latter part
of 1855, and has since resided in Tucson,
die was the first American-merchant in
this town, the first postmaster and the
first alcalde. Of the latter office he has
told, us many amusing incidents. There
was no secure jail and punishments were
generally inflicted by whipping; he would
therefore sentence the accused to reneivn
I n certain number of lashes imt inctrnx
Jcara old, to whom he willed h
property. 'II. S Stevens and M. R. Piatt
y ere selected by him to take charge of the
estate until she is of age..
Sweeny & Etchels as will be seen by
advertisement have dissolved. Charley
Etchell will continue to carry on the busi
ness at this deservingly popular estab
lishment. Judge C. T. Hayden arrived recently
from Salt River. He is building a flour
mill to run by water, at his ferry, and ex
pects to have it running this fall.
M. I. Jacobs & Co,, have received large
additions to their stock this week both
via Guaymas and Yuma.
Apaches at San Carlos.
"We learn from A. McKey, -who ar
rived from San Carlos on Tuesday,
that on the 17th instant Capt. Pedro
reported to Lieutenant Rico that a
notorious Apache named Eskoolgo
who brutally murdered Mr. Redman,
suttler at Camp Apache over two
years ago, was at an Indian camp
near the Agency. Upon receiving
this information Lieut. Rice with Geo.
H. Stevens acting Agent, Marchal
Gallegos, the interpreter, John At
Logan, late hospital steward at Camp
Apache and private Geo. Ressel start
ed to arrest him. On arriving at the
camp, the Apache was found lying
down and was requested to get up
and go with tho Lieutenant to the
Agency. On rising he drew his knife
and stabbed Logan in several places,
from the effects of which he died in
about three hours, and slightly
wounded Ressel. At this juncture of
affairs Stevens and Gallegos fired upon
tho savage killing him instantly
The Apaches say that this Indian has
murdered to their knowledge- nine
men, lour wmte men ana nve A.pa
ches, and among the latter was his
own brother. They seem much
pleased that he has been killed. He
could have been killed loner, aero but
according to Colyer ho was entitled
to special favor for his success and
daring in killing white men, and he
has gone unpunished to this time,
trailing his pathway in blood and
usinjr his influence to debauch the
friendly disposed. Thanks to General
Crook a new order of management
has been inaugurated and the Apa
ches are being taught that they are
responsible beings, and that murder
and robbery are crimes for which
punishment will follow.
C. A. Seidell, who retj
Monday with his freight train from
Camp Apache, informs us that Lieut.
Eckerson is en route to Fort Yuma
with Capitan Chiquito and six other
ipaches, whither they have been sent
by Major Randall for disobeying the
rules of the reservation by being ab
sent without leave. It seems that
Capitan Chiquito has the largest band
of Apaches, on tho White Mountain
reserve and it has frequently oc
curred that many of his Indians
have absented themselves without the
fact being reported or any effort on
Chiquito's part to prevent it. Mem
bers of this band stole some horses
from the San Pedro last Spring and
recently from Pueblo Viejo and also
several murders aro believed to have
been committed by the band. Major
Randall has determined to make an
example by punishing some of the
head men of the tribe, and wo have
no douot tnat wearing a Dan ana
chain at Fort Yuma a few months
will have the desired effect and teach
these noble red men that in considera
tion of being fed and protected by the
United States they must show a little
good faith on their part. At any rate
Major Randall and Agent Roberts are
doing their duty faithfully ; good In
dians are being protected and well
cared for and tho bad ones are being.
instructed that for their evil deeds
they will be punished. There is not
tribe of Indian? on tho continent
that cannot bo subdued and controled
by this system but until General
Crook came hero the premiums were
paid to bad Indians and tho well
isposed were neglected. We suppose
that this system of management was
dopted upon tho samo principle that
tho Chinese give all their offerings to
the Devil, in the belief that God is
good and will not harm them but that
the old devil is full of wrath and
cussedness, and. hence must be bought'
off at any price..
C. H. LORD. J w. W. WILLIAMS.
LORD & WILLIAMS.
E NOW OPENING AND
OFFERING FOR SAIiE
One bf the largest and most complete as
sortment or
GrEtaRAL MEKCHANDISE
iver before brought to the country..
Fo Cash, Buyers they Extend the
Most Flattering Inducements.
Their stock ot
DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING,
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
.GROCERIES,,
PROVISIONS,
"WOODENWARE,
WILLOW-WARE,
hardware;.
CROCKERY,.
DRUGS & MEDICINES,
PERFUMERY,
SUTLER'S' GOODS,,
id in fact of all that comprises a first
class store, s all that can be de
sired to selcet from by
close cash buyers..
icy lely Competition ana are De
termined to crivc Entire
Satisfaction.
ling lull taitn in the country, thev
to stay by it until the day of ren-
ibileo shall come, when all can rc-
jgethcr in its peace and prosperity.
Drop in and examine our stock.
fliange sold on all parts of the world.
graphic transfers made with any
section of the country.
few more of those "Don't mention
them " left. Call quick if- needed.
S. SlLTERBKRC;
San Francisco.
Tucson, A. T.
JE. IS". FISH fc CO.
NEW GOODS. CHEAP GOODS.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALERS IX
QENERAIi
31BRCIIANDISE,
TUCSON, A. T.,
Are constantly receiving large and com
plete assortments oi gooae, ,
consisting of
GROCERIES tfj. PROVISIONS
DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING,
HATS and CAPS,
B00T3 and SHOES,
FANCY GOODS and
STATIONERY,
QUEENSWARE,
HARDWARE and
CUTLERY,
LEATHER,
HARNESS,
FARMING TOOLS and
GRAIN SACKS,
And the choicest brands of
WINES, LIQUORS, TOBACCOS,
AND CIGARS.
All of which we offer at unpreccdentedly
7j O W PRICES
FOR CASH.
Give -as a call and be convinced that our
goods are of the best quality and as cheap
as ean be bought of any house- iu the
Terriery.
PINE LUMBER and SHINGLES forsale.
BARLEY and CORN,
In any quantity, at lowest possible r&te-
Establishcd in 1865;
K-ICH. RICHARD, 1
San Francisco. J
j war.
(San
BICITAR
Sauford, A.
"W. BICHARD & CO.,
SANFORD,
Pima County, Arizona Territory,
JJEAIE.RS IN GENERA
MERCHANDISE,
And keep always on hand
A Complete Stock of Every Article
I Required by Merchants, Farmers, Hotels,
oaiouns, otauon-Kuopura, Jimer.1?,
Mechanics and Families.
Our Goods are Selected Especially
for the Trade of Arizona,-
All of which- wo will, sell cheap for cash
or exchange for-
WHEAT,. BARLEY,
BEANS AND CORN.
Also Proprietors of the. "
PIONEER FIOURING MULES,
SANEORD,.?rMA- Couaty; A. T.
We Manufacture the finest and beat
qualiVy of Flour in the Territory, which
we wlll snpply to the trade nd citizens
fttEOWEST CASH PRICE in 100 lb. and
50 lb. sacks. Quality guaranteed. Lib
eral allowance to the trade.
Orders solicited fbr
FLOUR, COR2iM3fAI,.- . "
EtNOEA SJEM1TJLLA,
GRAHAM FLOUT.
AND B3
W. BICHAUD i- CO..
E. N. Fish

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