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San Diego Advertisements,
Wm. H. Corder & Go.
NElK MANASSE'S LUMBER TAED.
Highest Price Paid For
Wool, Hides. Sheepskins
SMITH & CRAIGUE,
CORKER OF 4TH AND K STS.,
Steincr & Klstuber
-Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Also, a Large Assortment ef
Always on hand, and Everything in
their line at lowest market prices.
Bay Legal Tenders and Govern
Corner of Seventh and I streets, San Die-
Ttrcs o isr,
8 AN DIEGO
TBI - WEEKLY TTJKTLj
WO HORSE COACHES jSg
Tnncnn ArOrT'' -VfZZ-ETC
Monday, Wednesday and Saturday
Mornings ; Depart at4 p. m. on Tues
days, Thursdays & Saturdays,
Until Farther Notice.
Time to San Diego, Fire Days.
This will enable the traveling public to
reach San Francisco m .bldm jjaxb,
Fare to Arizona City 550
' San Diego, (in gold coin or its equiv
A spring wagon -will leave Maricopa
Wells every Thursday morning, connect
ing: at Phenix "with Grant's line for Wick-
enborg and Prescott
MOORE S CARR, Proprietors.
J. W. Hopkins, Agent, Tucson.
"Connecting at Arizona City with
J. G. Capron's line of stages to San Diego.
BUT TOUR TIN AND BRASS
Ware and Stoves at the shop
or the Undersigned, in Allen's
Block, Tucson, where
Tm and Sheet-Iron Ware
is sold at Remarkably Low Prices for Cash.
Orders solicited and promptly filled on
Terms to suit the times.
DAVIS fc KELSON.
NB. CONNECTED WITHqv
the above establishment, is Jjj&g?
i special department for the
Xtepair and Cleaning
All work warranted as represented. 2-itf
New Goods and Low Prices
H. Lesinsky & Co.'s
, Cor. Main and Congress streets,
TUCSON, A. T.
Constantly receiving General Merchandise
liadlos Fancy Goods and
"Siease examine our Stock and Prices.
BLANK DECLARATORT STATE
ments, for Pre-Emptors, for sale at the
CULzcq offioe. Sent by mail for cash.
TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA,
Saturday, - July 13, 1872
MR. WASSON'S JOTTINGS.
Kind Word for the SteamerPer.
sonals E,ost letter and Observa.
tions In Consequence Railway,
Horticultural and Other Matters.
San Diego, California, July
lS. According to the programme,
arrived here yesterday per the Orizaba,
.Being intensely disgusted -with, my
trip up on the Orirlamme, "which is
seaworthy steamer, but on that oc
casion offensive becauso of its un
cleanly condition, noted the fact ; now
it is but just to remark that the
voyage on tho Orizaba has been
pleasant and in no manner offensive
for want of attention generally to
ship or passengers
Among -thoso on board for Arizona,
were H. C. Hooker, E. B. and E. E.
Kirkland, and ThomaB Bray. It af
fords mo great pleasure to note the
return of Mr. Hooker to Arizona
Ho is too well and favorably known
throughout tho Territory to neod any
introduction by me, and I havo no
doubt but tho army will hail his dis
ponsation of beef and mutton with
pleasure. In this business, I'm sure he
has always stood number one with all
honest and just men and officers who
served at Arizona posts where ho fur
nished beef in tho past. Ho goes there
by this evening's stago to take a largo
share in the contract for the fiscal
year just begun, and will doubtless so
perform his work as to meet with gen
Tho Messers. Kirkland are intelli
gent young men from Hannibal, Mo.,
and Mr. Brey a trusted employee of
By one of thoso mysterious twists of
the postal wrists or something akin, a
letter written at Los Angeles on my
eastern journey, and principally de
voted to San Diego and surroundings,
must have miscarried, at least it did
not appear in The Citizen, and
hehco what follows. At that time,
about May 12, San Diego was not as
jubilant as now. Tho news of tho
amended Toxas Pacific railway bill
had but fairly reached here. Several
years of alternate hope, doubt and dis
appointment had schooled the peoplo
hero not to be wildly elated over the
passage of a law which gave two
years to construct ten miles of road
from their town, with such an ex
pressed preference to build all from
the eastern terminus. A prood manv
were about weary of jubilees on mere
hope based upon flexible statutes
The most enthusiastic San Diegan was
oinparatively moderato in future es
timates. But since then, railway
prospects seem to be assuming reali
ties. Jngineors are here and at work.
They have rooms in tho Horton House,
but aro fitting others oyer the Bank
ot ban Diego, livery move they
make smacks ot business. I am in
formed that unlike former ones, these
ay good com for all articles and ac-
commoaanons tnoy need, and ore
neither seeking advice nor subsidies but
are going right on from day to day in
practical labor. I saw a statement
by Mr. Eeno, tho advanced field en
ginoer, stating that ho had advanced
far enough into the mountains to as
certain that tho much dreaded tunnel
and heavy grades would be wholly
avoided. No tunnel is necessary, tho
curves aro not sharp, and tho grade
will not exceed bO and perhaps not
75 feet per mile at that point. So far
tho engineers havo gdt aionir, a
much better route than was expected
is obtained. About tho 20 th instant,
President Scott, Chief Engineer
Dodge, Director Harris and other high
officials of the road aro duo here.
"What effect thoir visit may havo on
tho work is of course mere conjecture,
so far as I know, but judging from
little indications, I would not bo sur
prised if it would result in bringing
somo iron horses hero beioro another
Iho Julian mines back in tho
mountains somo sixty miles, aro evi
dently permanont sources of wealth,
and tributary to this town. When
here before, I had somo figures given
to me, snowing then srradual improve
ment, and also facts which seemed to
remove all doubts refrn.rrHnrr t.hflir
worth.. Every month brings its bars
I oi. goia to market trom them, and thoi
bars get bigger and more numerous,
Such evidences admit of no dispute.
and 1 believe it about equally indis
putable that the paying ledges are
increasing in size and number. My
conversations have been with those la
miliar with the mines as well as those
whose knowledge consists in seeing
them and their products. Doubtless
other mines of gold and silver will be
discovered in these mountains, and
our San Diego friends should bestir
themsolveB on tho matter of mauufac
turing mining machinery. It may
bo a little early, but if all said bo
true, it is not much. To reap the full
benefit of her mines, San Diego must
not allow the supplies to bo simply
passed over her wharves on to wagons
for them, but grow and make the sup
plies, and thus increase her productive
population and retain tho gold dug
out or her mountains among her peo
pie. Other needed machinery could bo
manufactured with that for mining,
Baw material can easily bo brought
hero, and labor should bo iust
cheap as elsewhere.
These arid hills m the background
and plateau upon which tho town
rosts, aro not sterile, as several gar-
dons amply testify. I to-day specially
noticed the great variety of trees bear
ing fruit, tho flowers and ornamental
shrubbery in the grounds of Mr. T. L,
Nesmith. I was surprised to see the
very young peach, apple, pear, apn
cot, fig and other trees, as well as
grape vines, loaded with fruit far ad
vanced in growth. Mr. Nesinith has
only been two years making this fine
showing of fruit and shrubbery and
flowers. Asido from the beauty they
give his residence, they havo an actual
valuo of a most appreciative charac
ter. His orange, lemon, nut and other
trees aro growing finely, and must ere
long mako his home one of groat value
as well as attraction. Water and well
directed labor are tho essentials
mako not only these parched hills but
our Arizona hills and plains produo
tive and beautiful. Fruits and nuts
can bo raised to an extent of profit by
water ironi wells with windmills
It is quite certain many men make
moro money by cultivating the right
things on five or ten acres, than others
do on their hundreds in grain.
The stago is about ready to leave
and so I must proparo for tho ride to
Tucson, and if any moro jottings are
made, they 11 bo strung out in edi
torials. J. W.
Congress has so construed, by the
following Act passed.t tho recent ses
sion, tho powers givon under bection
1 of tho Act of March 2, 18C2 that
tho Legislature can by general in
corporation Act permit persons to as
sociato for almost any purpose :
An Act amendatory of an Act ap
proved March 2, 1S67, entitled "An
Act amendatory of 'An Act to pro
vide a temporary government for
tho Territory of Montana, approved
May 2G, 1864."
Bo it enacted by tho Senate and
House of Bopresentatives of the
United States of America in Congress
as3ombled, That tho first section of an
Act approved March 2, 1867, entitled
'An Act amendatory ot 'An Act to pro
vide a temporary government for tho
Territory of Montana, approved May
G, 1804, so far as relates to incorpora
tions whioh havo been, or which may
hereafter be, created and organized for
the business of mining, manufactur
ing, or other industrial pursuits, or
the construction or operation of rail
roads, wagon-roads, irrigating ditches,
and the colonization and improvement
of lands in connection therewith, or
for colleges, seminaries churches li
braries, or any benevolent, charitable,
or scientific association, and for all
rightful subjects of legislation con
sistent with tho Constitution of tho
United States, under the general in
corporation laws of any Territory of
tho United btates, shall bo construed
as having authorized, and as authoriz
ing tho legislative assemblies of tho
Territories of the United States, by
general incorporation Acts, to associate
together as bodies corporate lor pur
poses above named.
The President Right.
Washington, July 5. Tho Presi
dent received the Apacho delegation
to-day. He expressed his sympathy
with their aspirations, and promised
them all tho aid in his power if they
would keep vie peace. Mo recommended
their settlement in tho Indian Terri
tory as tho best means of accomplish
ing their wishes, San Diego Union,
The Mineh in printing Miss. Saf-
ford's letter on educational matters in
Arizona says :
Tho interest that lady has taken in
our schools and the welfare of the
children, is enough to gain for her the
respect and esteem of all Arizonaus. j
' Tucson, A. T.
San Francisco, Cal
E. N. FISH & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
TUCSON". . . .AEIZONA.
TXavc constantly on hand a large and
AJLweii seiectca stocis oi
BOOTS & SHOES
BOOTS & SHOES
BOOTS & SHOES
GBOGEEIES & PROVISIONS
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
And the choicest description of
LIQUORS, WINES, dc.,
LIQUORS, WINES, tie,
October 14, 1870. 1-M
TO THE PUBLIC
XTTE very respectfully announce to the
T T Public, and especially
T o Travelers,
That we now have at
A complete stock ot
DEY GOODS, CLOTHNG,
DEY GOODS, CLOTHING,
DEY GOODS, CLOTHING,
DEY GOODS, CLOTHING,
BOOTS & SHOES,
&1I BOOTS & SHOES,
BOOTS & SHOES,
BOOTS & SHOES,
GEOCEEIES & PEOVISIONS
GEOCEEIES & PEOVISIONS,
GEOCEEIE S & PE OVISIONS,
GEOCEEIES & PEOVISIONS,
which we offer at the lowest rates tho
such goods can be bought at in the Ter
We would especially call tho attention
of Prospecting Parties and Emigrants, and
the people ot Kaiiston uity, tnat we will
SELL AT LOWEE BATES
Than they can buy the same on the Rio
Grande, or in Tucson, and save them tho
peat cost of transportatson from either of
fST'Give us a cail and vou will be eatia-
nea wiin Doxn gooas ana prices.
TTAVING ENLARGED AND RE-
I I fitted my salesroom, and increased
my stock ot
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
would respectfully invite the public to
call and examine my goods and prices, at
Tho Sign of the Mortar,
On Congress street, at my old stand.
ESffWill give prompt attention to com
pounding physicians prescriptions, and all
orders from the town and surrounding
Tucson, Itarch 10. nuIO-U
E. X. Tian.
Tucson Postal Directory.
t3$ Office open from 8 a. m. to" p. m. cxotifS
on Sundays, when it will be open from 9 to
10 a. m. nntil farther notice.
Mails West Close at 'p. m. and depart
at 4 on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
days. Mails East Depart Sundays, Tuesdays osd
Thursdays at 'J a.m.
Mails North Buck-board on Mondays cmtd
horseback on Thursdays.
Hails for Tubac and Sonora Depart Monday
General George Urook, Ticenty-third In
Captain A. D7. Xickerson. Ticentv-tMrd.
Infantry, A. D. C. it A. A. A. Gen'l.
Second Lieutenant m. J. Moss, Twcnty
Jirst Infantry, Aide-de-Camp.
Second Lieidenant John G. Bourke, Third
Cavalry, Aide-de- Camp.
Major J. J. Dana, (Quartermaster.
Major A. W. Evans, Third Cavalry. Act
ing Chief Commissary of Subsistence.
Surgeon E. I. Bailey, Medical Director.
Major Charles J. Sprague, Fay Department,
Facilities for 3?r I riling
XLL KINDS OF
Neatly and. to Order
KSPMilitary posts supplied with bleaks
of every description, as Vouchers, Quar
termaster's Receipts, &c. &c.
Orders from any post, station, minme
camp, where there is a mail or express, e-
Maricopa Wells Station,
N THE SOUTHERN OVEJR-
land Mail Route,
185 miles east of Arizona City and Fort
Yuma; 100 miles west of Tucson, ot)
from Camp ATcDoiccU, and 30
from Phenix, Stilt Ricer
OFFERS GREAT INDUCEMENTS
To the Traveling Public.
Accommodations consist of Good Board
and Lodeinjr. a Store, wherein is kept
goods of every kind; a good Corral, plenty
oi good hay, gram ana waier. iuso me
largest Wagon and Blacksmith Shops on
the entire road, where good wjorkmen an
always ready to shoe aniiaalo, make Itnu
repair wagons, etc.
Prices of everytmng, reasonaDic.
JAS. A. MOORE,
L. W. CARR
3Iaricopa Wells, A. T. Proprietors,
Great Reduction Only 816 per
Gross, in 20 Gross .Lots.
Use the best and the cheapest Powder
ever offered to the public.
Ho one can make good Dread wimoui
Donnolly's Yeast Powder.
Twenty-five gross of pure white Yeast
Powder made every day.
H or sale by all fcrrocers.
Factory, 121 Front Street,
D. CALLAGHAN, Proprietor.
tSf Everv one uses Donnolly's Cream
Tartar and Donnolly's Soda and Salerato.