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Hotels, Restaurants, Saloous, &c.
YOUNG AMERBCA S-AXiOOlST, OOKSBU METERS AKD MESILLA STREETS, TUCSON. THIS FINE PLACE OF REST, RE frcslnncnt and recreation, is in a cen tral location, and new and roomy building. Only the choicest LIQTJOKS, WINES AND DRINKS Keptat the Bar, And 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. jy!5-tf if if Va BITiL W III Dealer in Imported WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, CONGRESS HALL, Tucsox, A. T. Itf FOSTER'S SALOON, MAIN STREET, fflnn T.nrrl Sr"Will!nniK ' TUCSOX. DRINKS, Plain, Faxct or Ornamental, And made to Order. SMOKING Best of Cigars, or you can go on the cheap native plan, and roll 'em yourself while the music plays. COME IN Plenty of room, seats, etc. 4 ' You know how it is yourself." Itf TUCSON" Hotel and Restaurant. -0- SLEEPINGr EOOMS, and the Largest and most comforta ble Dining Room in the city. HEALS AT ALL HOUES ! First Class Board at Moderate Rates A ccommodation for Horses and Team?. jOL Also teams ready to do jobbing in the city and vicinity. 2t JOSFPH NEUGASS. Shaving Saloon I hear the custoji-iiouse. rORK IN THE BEST STYLES AT these prices : Shaving 25 cents Shampooing 50 cents Unir Cnt.tiii!'- 50 cents Itf SAM'L BOSTICK. E. N. Fish. S Silverbeug. Tucson. San Francisco, Jos. Collingwood, Florence. E. N. FISH & CO., MAIN ST., FLORENCE, A. T. Wholesale and. Retail DEALERS IX General Merchandise. "AVE constantly on hand a large and well selected stock oi Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco, Hardware, etc., which we will sell at the very lowest prices. Yc have, also, nay tind Grain, constant ly on hand to supply the Public- 5-tf. New Goods and Low Prices AT H. Lesinsky & Oo.'s Cor. Main and Congress streets, TUCSON, A T. Dealers in General Merchandise and Toadies JTaiicy Goods and FAMILY SUPPLIES. Please examine our Stock and Prices. au5-tf BL A N K DECLARATORY 'STATE mcrits, for Pre-Emptora, for tale at the Ctiizch office. Sent by mail for cash. Ai Tucsoi JL. O September 28, Greenbacks, in San Francisco, were buying at 88 and sell ing at SS4-. See advertisement of John Thorpy fine paying property for sale. The price of sausage will probably be reduced soon. See the dog ordinance of our City Council. A medium quality of apples are in mar ket, selling at retail at about fifty cents per pound. District Court has brought people to town from all parts of the county but mostly as jurors. Major Nelson, Paymaster U. S. A., was expected to leave Arizona City for McDowell on the 30th of September. He will probably come here via Grant. Last Saturday evening Tucson was vis ited with a dashing rain, accompanied by heavy wind and considerable hail. The streets were Hooded with water. Light rains fell during this week. Captain E. Miles came in from Crit tenden hist Monday. He has been quite unwell with the fever. Captain Frank Stanwood is in from Grant. He is a good officer and has no false ideas on the Apa che business. List of Advertised Lutteks to Octo ber 1. Henry P. Robinson, Richard H. Williams, Tomaza Villcgas, Francisco Trillas, Guillrmo Telles, II. D. Smith, R. II. W. Shaffer, Maria Salasar, Benito Pri cto, Antonio Peris, 4; lgnashcy Bberrutt, Dolores Balencuela, Ygnacio Duartc, Ba cilio Espinosa, David D. Gerard, Charles Hopkins, Francisco Samidres. "We take pleasure in advising our read ers generally that the truthful utterances of The Citizen have made the paper a subject of curses and fears by a few worthless army officers. Some " busi ness" Indian agents in New Mexico are making wry faces at it. Nevertheless the' all eagerly look for the paper and are uneasy if one escapes their notice. If their time is worth much to themselves or anybody else, they would find it economi cal to send us 5 and have the paper sent directly to them. However, as they choose their own way of accumulating money, we presume thej' will likewise disburse it. They are a rice, clean, pious lot. Even Vincent Colyer was constantly anxious to get free reading of The Citizen and so fell in love with it that he wanted to procure a complete file. "Who is tlie more able to report truly upon the status and disposition of the Indian, Vincent Colyer, or General Crook? Colyer's idea con sists in what he should be, and Crook's in what he is. Colyer has no real ex perienco with the Indian except as he influences him by gifts paid for by the people at largo, and as he is am ply protected by United States guns Crook's study of the Indian has ex tended over a period of twenty years, and this, in connection with, his well known ability, uprightness and hu manity, caused him to bo chosen to deal with the Apaches, and the intel ligent press everywhere has ap proved tho choice for the same reason Now, which of the two will be sus tained ? If because a bav citizens of Arizona murdered under great provocation some Indians, the whole people here are to be treated as outlaws and proper sub jects to be warred upon, then all the citizens of New York are surely out laws because a few wild Irishmen un- provokedly brought on a riot in which many innocent men, women and chil dren were killed ; and on like reason ing, all New York city people are monster thieves because their city offi cials have robbed the corporation of millions upon millions of dollars. Let Mr. Colyer's logic have general application or not to Arizona. The Overland Monthly is re ceived for October, and we have but room to say that it is an interesting number, and contains the promised illustrations. If the magazines will help us to get the Indians whipped into subjection, we promise them more extended notices. Tho Indian and those who fool with him or fight him as he deserves and prefers, are our sub jects now. "We have some valuable correspond ence on hand, which will keep good a week or so. That on Gila Bend will certainly appear next week. Supervisors' Proceedings. Board met on the 2A. Present Super visors Jacobs and Stevens. After amending the record in regard to the approval of the Tax Collector's bond and of the appointment of S. Raglon as Deputy Sheriff and overseer of the chain gang, bills were audited amounting to 1,091 31. John Fry applied for medical treatment and support as an indigent sick person, and the application was granted. Where upon the Board adjourned until the 4th instant, when it again met and Supervi sors Jacobs and Sweeny were present. The resignation of II. S. Stevens, as a member of the Board, was presented and accepted; and upon petition, Piuckney R. Tully was appointed to fill the vacancy. Bills were then audited amounting to 691) 45, and then adjourned until Octo ber 1(5. District Court. This tribunal convened in regular term last Monday his honor, Judge John Titus presiding; O. Buckalcw, Clerk ; and n. Ott, Sheriff On that day a Grand Jury was impanncled, sworn, charged and set to work, and it is presumed will be pre pared to make a final report next Monday. A United Satcs Grand Jury was im panncled on Thursday, and the Court then adjourned to meet next Monday. A num ber of important cases, we understand, arc pending on the civil docket. City Council Proceedings. Council met October 2. Present A full Board. Bills were audited amounting to 27. The Mayor presented a series of ordi nances which were duly enacted. Council adjourned to meet on the 4th, at which time it met and enacted an ordi nance taxing dogs 2 per head, to be in force on and after the 20th instant. On the night of the 22d ultimo, a party consisting of James Cornelius, James McCallen, Oliver Stewart, C. "W. McNutt, A. Gilligan, H. Deffen- backer, Peter Dane', Maxwell and one or more other citizens with a Sergeant and twenty soldiers on their return from the mountains, about twelve miles north of Camp Grant and on Ur. Colyer's new Indian Reserve, were fired on In a party of Indians who had stealthily crept upon them in the dark. No one was hurt, though arrows fell right among those asleep. The party, when about twenty-five miles from Grant, found whero the Indians had been herding somo fifty or sixty horses, and had undoubtedly escaped upon discovery of the coming soldiers and citizens. The lesson taught the Indians by Mr. Colyer at Grant, could produce no other results. The Indians were on the Eeserve, and they found a party on the same ground away from the Post, and therefore proper subjects for them to war upon. "We are imformed that General Crook promptly and sharply disap proved the order of Captain Nelson inspired by Vincent Colyer whereby the guns of the United States were turned upon peaceable citizens at Camp Grant. There can hardly bo a doubt but that tho Nelson order was intended to provoke the citizens to make an attack on the military or In dians, or both, but it failed to do either. The official vote for Delegate in New Mexico is published and shows 7,070 for Gallegos; 5,2Su for Chaves; 2,53-i for Sena. The two latter ran as Republicans, and the former as a Democrat. It will be seen that Chaves and Sena have 149 majority over Gallegos, but the latter has a majority over Chaves of 2,385, and received his certificate of election. Late returns from San Prancis'co of quantities of Arizona ore worked by mill process, are encouraging to this and the Prescott sections. "With an unobstructed field by Indians, Arizona would soon send forth gold and silver bullion enough to prove what its san guine friends claim, that none excels it in mineral wealth. The Long Island Farmer of Sep tember 9 has this bit of good news ; Hon. E. C. ATcCormick has returned from his trin to Vermont and Canada. whither ho was accompanied by his mother. His general health is much improved. He will soiourn for tho, proserrt at the family mansion in this village. NOTICE I TO THE PUBLIC. TTTE very respectfully announce to the TT Public, and especially T o Travelers, That we now have at CAMP BOWIE, A complete Btock oi DRY GOODS, CLOTHNG, . DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, DRY-GOODS, CLOTHING, GROCERIES & PROVISIONS GROCER IES & PRO VISIONS, GROCERIE S & PR OYISIONS, GRODERIES & PROVISIONS, AND MUSTERS' TOOLS. which wc offer at the lowest rates the such goods can be bought at in the Ter ritory. "We would especially call the attention of Prospecting Parties and Emigrants, and the people ot liallston City, that we 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 transportatsou from either of the above mentioned places. EST'Give us a cail and you will be satis fied with both goods and prices. 2tf TULLY, OOIIOA & CO. E. N. Fisn, Tucson, A. T. S. Silverbeug, San Francisco, Cal E. W. FISH & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL .... DEALERS IX.... Ceneral Merchandise TUCSON. . . .ARIZONA. 0 avc constantly on hand a large and well selected stock of DRY GOODS DRY GOODS DRY GOODS CLOTIIING GLOTHING CLGTIIING BOOTS & SHOES BOOTS & SHOES BOOTS Ss SHOES GROCERIES cC PROVISIONS .GROCERIES cfi PROFUSIONS TOBACCO TOBACCO CIGARS CIGARS . HARDWARE HARDWARE And the choicest descriptions of LIQUORS, 1Y7NES, e., LIQUORS,' VINES, &c, October 1-1, 1S70. 1-tf A. & L. Zeckendorf, MAIN STREET, Tucson, : : Arizona. DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Have constantly on hand every article required in this Territory. t BOOTS & SHOES, BOOTS & SHOES, BOOTS & SHOES, r J? rices H c d u c c d jy2J-tf t A.n. "WHITING. 1 New York. Hooper,Whiting & Co., "WHOLESALE DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Arizona City, A. T., AND EHEENBBEQ, General Commission Merchants, 304 California Street, P. O. Drawer, 900, San Francisco, Cal. 181 Broadway, New York. (P. O. Box, 2083.) Jas. M. Barney, Ehrcnberg. JonN S. Carr, Arizona City. Our facilities for purchasing and ar rangements lor scllingarc fully completed and wc now ofTer to the trade a Full' Stock of Merchandise in each department, com prising all articles enquired for, and sala ble throughout the Territory. "Wc sell at small advances for cash, and are positive that it is to the benefit ot every Interior Merchant to buy of us in stead of San Francisco or elsewhere Avoiding tiie 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 thcirprofits 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 ac count of owners, as may be desired. 8tf Tucson to Prescott SAN BERNARDINO, CAL. The buckboard OFr5a the undersigned. cavry-25rri iug the United States Mails, leave Tucson every Monday for CAMP GRANT, FLORENCE, PIIENIX, and WICKENBERG, Connecting with the Stages of the Califor nia Semi-weekly Line from that place to Prescott and Lhrehbcrg and San Bernar dino, California. Travelers over this route can visit tho Vulture and Bradshaw mines; also, all that rich mineral section in the vicinity of Pres cott and "Wickenberg, and will And good accommodations at the stations, and much the most pleasant route to travel over to San Bernardino and Los Angeles, Califor nia. JAMES GRANT, Proprietor. Tucson, September 1, 1871. sc9-tf Point of Mountain STATION. (Eighteen Miles "West of Tucson. Hathew Stevenson, : : Proprietor. AY AND GRAIN CONSTANTLY kept and sold at fair prices, and a safe corral for stock. Abundance of the purest water for man and beast at the Station. The Table is always supplied with plenty of good and well prepared food. In all respects this Station is not ex celled on the road, v Point of Mountain, September 2'S, '71. se23-3m .ORES, ORES, TILE UNDERSIGNED ARE PRE- liberal rates, or grant advances on ship ments to England. CROSS & CO., 31t California street, sei)-3m San Francisco. Pine Lumber! THE SANTA RITA SAW - MILL CO. arc now prepared to furnish all kinds of Xjinrtbex and Sliliifsles at the Lowest Prices and of the Very Best Quality ever ollcred in tins market. Parties wanting any kind if Tumbex will please leave their orden Jt tuc store of Messrs. E. N. Fish Vfc Co., and they will be promptly S'!i. " .Ttl W. B. HOOPER, J San Francisco