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Hotels, RestaurautSi Saloons, &c,
sajiocgst,
CORNER MEVKKS AND MESILLA STREETS,
TUCSON.
mHIS FIXE PLACE ' OF REST, RE-
JL lreslmient unci recreation, is in u cen
tral location, -and new and roomy building.
Only the choicest
LIQUORS, WINES AND DRINKS
Kept at the Bar,
Aud the Best Flavored and Quality
of Cigars always on hand.
This Saloon is kept in all respects in
FIRST CLASS STYLE,
And the public may count on good treat
ment at the
YOUNG AMERICA SALOON.
jyi5-tf
O. O. BROWN,
Dealer in Imported
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
CONGRESS HALL,
Tucson, A. T.
ltf
FOSTER'S SALOON,
MAIN STREET,
tocson. -tr
JjRINKS,
JL Plain,
Fancy
or
Ornamental,
And made to Order.
SMOKING Best of Cigars, or you can
go on the cheap native plan, and roll 'cm
yourself while the music plays.
COME IN Plenty of room, scats, etc.
44 You know how it is yourself." ltf
TUCSON
Hotel and Restaurant.
0
65? SLEEPING ROOMS, and
the Largest and most comforta
bic Dining Room in the city.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS !
First Class Board at Moderate Rates
Accommodation for Ilorses and Teams.
Also teams ready to do jobbing in tLe
city und vicinity.
2t JOSFPH NEUGASS.
Shaving Saloon!
near the CUSTOM-UOUSE.
WORK IN THE BEST STYLES AT
these prices :
Shaving 25 cents
Shampooing 50 cents
Ilair Cutting 50 cents
ltf SAM'L BOSTICK.
E. N. FlSII. S SlLVERBERG.
Tucson. San Francisco,
Jos. Collixgwood, Florence.
E. N. FISH & CO.,
MAIN ST., FLORENCE, A. T.
Wholesale ami Retail
DEALERS IN
General Merchandise.
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 end Grain, constant
ly on hand to supply the Public- 5-ti.
DISSOLUTION NOTICE.
THE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETO
fore existing between Michael Ste
venson and Miles O'Rcilley, in the station
at Point of Mountain, in Pima county, A.
T., has been dissolved by mutual consent.
Michael Stevenson -w ill continue the busi
ness at Point of Mountain.
.MICHAEL STEVENSON.
MILES O'REILLEY.
Point of Mountain, Sept. 2, 1871. se2-4t
ORES, OEES.
rrtHE UNDERSIGNED ARE PRE
pared to purchase Ores of all kinds at
liberal rates, or grant advances on ship
ments to England. CROSS & CO.,
310 California street,
se9-3m San Francisco.
Arizona Citizen.
Tucson, Saturday, : Sept. 16, 1871.
LOCAL 31 -A. T TEB8
San Francisco Sept. 9. Green
backs buying at 88 and selling at
8S?.
The District Court of Pima county
meets two -weeks from next Monday.
The City Council meets next Monday
evening.
We have several very interesting letters
in this Citizen, which limit other matters
to our entire satisfaction.
Captain Johnston, A. Q. M. at this
post, has just sent 10,000 feet of lumber to
Camp iiowie lorgenerai use.
The Apaches visited the ranches below
town early this -week. They destroyed
large quantities of vegetables a mild spe
cies ol worn lor tncin.
Early in the -week a party of San Fran
cisco prospectors passed through Flor
ence up the Gila river. We are informed
their object is the location of a coal mine
somewhere about 530 miles from Camp
Grant.
There arc several wagons loaded with
Government freight here en route from
Yuma Depot to Camp Apache. Other
teams with freight for same post are daily
expected, and when here, all will go lor
ward under one escort.
Thomas Barnum, Esq., Sheriff of Marl
copa county, lately- spent a couple of
weeks in Tucson, and on Thursday started
on his return, intending to close up his
business over at Phcnix and return to this
place to live.
Excellent Bread. We are officially
advised that excellent bread can be ob
tained at the bakery at Camp Lowell, and
that too at a reasonable price. We have
Heard much complaint ol the mleriority
of baker's bread in town, and the public
are now offered an opportunity to get a
good article at a lair price oy applying to
.Lieutenant Koss, f ost Adjutant.
Captain Russell and escort, also A. H.
Carghill, left for Camp Bowie on Thurs
day. Although greatly injured by wounds
in war, the Captain is one of the truly en
crgctic and successful officers in this De
partment. He is anxious to be on field
duty, and has a mount of 7o fine, fat horses
for his men. On his return, he will watch
the trail of the Indian thieves who stole the
Camp Crittenden stock, and if discovered,
expects to get his Troop and follow it.
John S. Bratton arrived from Arizona
City this week. He reports unusually hot
weather down there recently. Mrs. Brat
ton and boy were so unhealthy there, that
it was thought best to have a change of
climate, so August M she lelt lor Salt Lake
City, where sue uow is and will remain for
several months.
Mr. Bratton came up to Tucson in charge
of Lord & William's teams, laden with
freight for that firm.
On Wednesday a party of some 60 men
left Tucson to look for gold somewhere
within one day's march of Camp Grant.
They go upon information given by an
Apache squaw, who accompanies them,
and if she fails to lead them to abundance
of gold, she gets no pay otherwise, S100.
Some say she went so far as to declare in
the event of her failure to fulfill her prom
ise, she was willing they should hang her.
We understand Captain Dunn of Camp
Lowell is of the party. May they meet
with great success.
We are pleased to learn that I. Q.
Dickason, U. S. Marshal for Arizona,
has not resigned, for while he holds
the office the duties will be performed
honestly' and in season. JohD Miller,
Constable and City Marshal of Tuc
son, has received the appointment of
Deputy U. S. Marshal, and he has
qualified and entered upon the duties
as such.
Since The Miner came to hand this
morning, Ave are bound to repeat, and
can prove by Judge Titus and many
others, that Mr. Dickason did declare
while in Tucson that he would resign
on his return to Prescott for the reas
ons given in this paper heretofore.
Bounty land warants are not due
to any persons except those who served
in some of our various wars prior to
March 3, 1855. The article relating
thereto which we published last week
contained an error, plthough we
clipped it from a "Washington paper.
TlBURClO Sotello, the mail rider
between Tucson and Altar, was killed
by the Apaches on "Wednesday last be
tween here and San Xavier. Thus
the slaughter of men and destruction
of mails go forward.
The Apaches are still depredating
about Prescott.
General Crook and his field staff
were at Prescott one week ago.
Mexican Independence Day in
Tucson
Following is the programme ob
served last night and to-day by our
Mexican citizens in the celebration of
the anniversary of the Declaration of
their native country's independence,
which took place September 16, 1810,
and was acknowledged by Spain on
the same day and same month in 1824.
"We will give a translation of it next
Saturday, and those who' can't wait
till then are recommended to translate
it themselves :
PROGRAMA
PARA LA CELEBBACION DE LOS DIAS 15 T
19 DE SURE.
Dia 15.
lo. Al anocher del dia se iluminaran las
casas de los C.C. Mejicanos (a quienes
se suplica no dejen de hacerlo).
2o. A las 8 de la noche del mismo dia
se situara la banda de musica en la plaza
de la iglesia, donde tocara el Himno Na
tional y las mejores piezas de su repertorio
So. A las 10 ocupara la tribuna cl ora
dor nombrado que pronunciaru un dis
curso en conmcmoraeion de nuestra inde
pendencia. 4o. Concluido el discurso se hard una
salva y se prenderan fuegos artificiales.
Dia 1G.
lo. Al salirel sol el Pabellon National
izado en el. alto del C. L.Carrillo sera sa
ludado con una salva.
2o. A las 9 del dia los CC. Mejcanos
y la junta patriotica coucurriran al salon
del citado alto del Sehor Carillo donde
se servira un refresco y la musica tocara
algunas piezas cscogidas, tambien estara
lista una tribuna para los que deseen ocu
parla. 2o. A las 4 de la tarde se reuniran los
C.C. Mejicanos en la plaza de la iglesia, en
donde se organisara el pateo civico de la
manera siguiente:
Rompera la marcha en carruage triunfal
donde unas nifias acompanaran al Pabellon
Nacional.
II.
El carruage seguira la junta patriotica
con una bandera que llevara el presidente.
III.
En seguida ira un carroadornado donde
la musica egecutara el Iliinno Nacional y
otras piezas.
IV
Segiran los carruages particulares y
demas pcrsonas que acompaflen elpaseo.
4o. De vuelta al punto de partida ocu
para la tribuna el orador nombrado para
estc dia y pronunciara un discurso analogo
a la festividad.
5o. Despues del discurso se hard una
salva y se prenderan fuegos artificiales.
(5o. Al anocheser se iluminaran las
casas de los CC. Mejicanos : con lo que
quedara concluida la selebracion de nues
tra independencia.
S. Dodson, more generally known
as "Smart Alex," for a long time in
terpreter at Camp Apache, was killed
in the latter part of August while on
his way to New Mexico supposed to
have been done for the money he had
with him. If one half be true of him
which has been reported to us by rep
utable men, we have no regrets to ex
press. Tnat ne was a wortnless, un
reliable man, and unworthy the posi
tion of interpreter, we have no doubt.
Regarding the shooting affray
which occurred between John Brown
and Mr. Kelley at Sanford on the 4th
instant, B. H. Paige Jlistice of the
Peace there, says that ajL the .evidence
shows that Brown acted, in self-defence
; that he gave himself up, was
examined and discharged. Kelley re
ported differently when he passed
Tucson, but refused to make any com
plaint, which confirms the correctness
of Brown's examination and dis
charge.
Vincent Colyer and party ar
rived at Camp Grant last "Wednesday.
Strange proceedings arq verbally re
ported, but before giving any details
we shall await the return of the pros
pecting, party whicU left Tucson, as
mentioned elsewhere in to-day's pa
per. Mr. Colyer will not visit Tucson.
Letters just in from McDowell
say Captain Henry's command had
arrived, and 'that Lieutenant W. "W.
Robinson was ordered to Tucson with
portion of F Troop for remount.
Splendid reports reach us of
developments in the Bradshaw
mines.
Retirement of Col. Stoneman.
Washington, August 21st. The
special order recently issued from tho
war Department, retiring Col. Geo.
Stoneman, Avith the rank ot Major
General, is by the President revoked,
and Col. Stoneman is retired on his
rank as Colonel. The original order
was made under a misapprehension by
the Board in the belief that his inca
pacity resulted from wounds received
in battle which was not tho case.
Proclamation by the Governor.
WnEREAS, 1 AM INFORMED AS I
am departing for the Pinal Moun
tains with a large force for the purpose of
exploring the agricultural and mineral re
sources of thafregion, that a Commission
has been ordered by the President of the
United States to examine into the Indian
affairs of the Territory with the view, if
possible, of securing a peaceful solution of
the question, and my absence may con
tinue until after the arrival of said Com
mission; and whereas, the object most de
sired by the people of this Territory is the
cessation of Indian hostilities and the
means that will most speedily accomplish
this result will be hailed with joy by every
inhabitant
Now, therefore, I, A. P. K. Safford, Gov
ernor of Arizona, call upon all the officers
and citizens of the Territory to receive
said Commissioners with kindness and
hospitality; to give them all the aid and
information upon the subject before re
ferred to within your power and knowl
edge. Thev have been selected with a
view to their integrity and humanity of
purpose and sent here in the legal per
formance of duty.
If they- come among you entertaining
erroneous opinions upon the Indian ques
tion and the condition of affairs in the
Territory, then by kindly treatment and
fair, truthful representation, you will be
enabled to convince them of their errors.
. . Given under my hand and the
! seal. Great Seal of the Territory, this
1 4 1 15th day of August, A. D. 1871.
A. P. K. SAFFORD.
By the Governor.
Theo. F. White,
Asst. Secretary of the Territory. alU-tf
w. B. eooper, f
San Francisco '
j A.n. whiting.
( New York.
HOOPER. WHITING & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
Arizona City, A. T.,
AND
EHEEETBERG-,
General Commission Merchants,
304 California Street,
P. O. Drawer, 990, San Francisco, Cal
181 Broadway, New York.
(P. 0. Box, 26S3.)
Jas. M. Barney,
Ehrenberg.
John S. Carr,
Arizona City.
Our facilities for purchasing and ar
rangements for selling are fully completed
and we now offer to the trade a Full Stock
of Merchandise in each department, com
prising all articles enquired for, and sala
ble throughout the Territory.
We sell at small advances for cash, aud
are positive that it is to the benefit ol
every Interior Merchant to buy of us in
stead of San Francisco or elsewhere
Avoiding the Expenses
and annoyances of a
LONG AND TEDIOUS JOURNEY
Loss of at least Three Months Time
necessary to
receive their purchases, enabling them to
increase their profits with the same er less
capital invested.
Orders by letter receive our careful at
tention, the same as though the parties
were themselves present.
In a word we guarantee satisfaction
in prices, quality, quantity, and assort
ment of goods.
Currency and Bullion received at latest
San Francisco quotations, or sold for ao-
count of owners, as may be desired. Stl
Lord & Williams,
'(POST OFFICE BLOCK)
Tucson, : : : : Arizona
KEEP constantly on hand a lull as
sortment of
CLOTHING,
DRY GOODS,
HATS & CAPS,
m
m
BOOTS & SHOES,
HARDWARE,
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
TINWARE,
LIQUORS & SEGARS,
All fresh and desirable
Which they offer to the pub c at the low
est Cosh Prices. All kinds of country
produce bought.
All orders from outside parts promptly
attended to Cash advanced on consign
ments, ltf
c. u. LORD.
W. W. WILLIAMS.
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
FOB
YOUNG XiADDIES.
Tucson, . . . 4 Arizona.
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY, UNDER
the direction of the Sisters of St.
Joseph, was inaugurated June 6, 1870,
under the auspices of His Lordship the
Right Rev. J. B. Salpointe, D. D., Bishop
of Arizona.
The building is fitted up to afford the
accomodatious necessary for the health
and comfort of the pupils.
The Course of Instruction Com
prises :
Orthography, Reading, Writing, Gram
mar, Ancient aud Modern Geography, the
use of Globes, Composition, Sacred and
Modern History, Astronomy, Mythology,
Rhetoric, Botany, Intellectual and Natural
Philosophy, Chemistry, Arithmetic, Alge
bra, Book - keeping, French, Music on
Piano Forte, Drawing and Painting in Oil,
Water, Color and Pastille, plain and or
namental Needle Work, Tapestry, Em
broidery, Hair and Lace Wrork, the Making
of Artificial Fruit and Flowers.
The scholastic year consists of two Ses
sions, each comprising a period of five
months ; the first Session commences the
the first Monday of September and ends
the last day of January; the second begins
the first day of February and terminates
the last week of June.
Pupils will be received at any time and
charged only from the date of entrance.
No deduction is made for withdrawing
pupils before the end of the Session;
unless in case of protracted illness or
dismissal.
There is a private examination held at
the end of each Session the last is followed
by a public exhibition and distribution
of premiums. All means are employed to
excite laudable emulation in the minds of
the pupils.
Strict attention is paid to the religious
instruction of Catholic children. Pupils
of all denominations are admissible, and
their religious opinions are not interfered
with.
Saturdays pupils are permitted to receive
the visits of their parents and relations ;
and on the last Saturday of every month
they are allowed to visit their parents re
siding in the city ; but it is reqiired that
they should return the same day..
Visitors are not admitted after night
fall. Reference required.
All payments must be made in advance ;
and when not made puuctually, the usual
rate of interest will be added.
TERMS:
Board and Tuition for Session (for
five months) 125 00
Half Boarders for Session (50 00
Board during Vacation 40 00
Tuition for Externs in the First and
Second Classes per Session 25 00
Tuition for Externs in the Third
and Fourth Classes per Session.. 15 00
Tuition for Externs in the Fifth and
Sixth Classes per Session 10 00
EXTRA CHARGES.
Tuition on Piano Forte aud use. of
instrument for Session 50 00
French language per Session 25 00
Tuition in Oil painting 20 00
Drawing per Session 15 00
Tuition in the making of Fruit
and Flowers 15 00
Bed and beding (if furnished at the
institution) per Session 10 00
Washing (if attcuded to at the
institution) per Session 15 00
For uniforms in Winter, the pupils are
required to wear a black dress, and light
pink or white in the Summer.
Besides the uniform dress, each young
lady should be provided with four dresses,
a white Swiss veil, a blue sun-bonnet,
six changes of underclothing, towel, wash
basin and pitcher, four table napkins,
knife, fork and goblet, work-box furnishes,
letter paper, postage stamps and pens.
For further particulars, apply to
jy8-3m THE SISTER SUPERIOR.
Charles T- Hayden,
-o-
. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
....DEALER IN
Every Variety
OF
MERCHANDISE.
Tucson, Arizona.
November 5, 1870. . 1-tf.
New Goods and low Prices
AT
1
II. Eesiiisky & Co.'s
Cor. Main and Congress streets,
TUCSON, A. T.
Dealers in General Merchandise and
Xadies Fancy Goods and.
FAMILY SUPPLIES.
Please examine our Stock and Prices.''
an5-tf
Pine Lumber!
T
HE SANTA RITA SAW - MILL CO.
are now prepared to furnish all kinds of
Tjumber and Shingles
at the Lowest Prices and of the Very Best
Quality ever offered in this market.
Parties wanting any kind of lumber will
please leave their orders at the store of
Messrs. E. N. Fish& Co., and they will be
promptly filled. 25tf

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