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YOUP3G ARflER CA SALOON-, CORNER MEYERS AND MESILLA STREETS, TUCSON. THIS FINE PLACE OF REST, RE freshmcnt and recreation, is m a cen tral location, and new and roomy building. Only the choicest LIQUORS, WINES AND DRINKS Kept at 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 Jyis-tf SALOON. c. Dealer in Imported WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, CONGRESS HALL, Tucson, A T. ltf FOSTER'S S MAIN STREET, (Opp. Lord & Williams,) TUCSON. DRINKS, Plain, Fancy OR Ornamental, And made to Urdcr. 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. w You know how it is yourself." ltf TUCSON Hote! and Restaurant ttfi&Ka the Lanrest and most comforta ble Dining Room in the city. MEALS AT ALL HOURS ! First Class Board at Moderate Rates Accommodation for Horses and Teams. Also teams ready to do jobbing in the city and vicinity. 2tf JOSFPH NEUGASS. Shaving Saloon! near the custom-house. ORK IN THE BEST STYLES AT reasonable rates, such as Shaving, Shampooing, Hair Cutting, ltf SAM'L BOSTICK. E. N. FlSlI. S SlLVERBERG. Tucson. San Francisco, Jos. Collingwood, Florence. E. ENS. FB S 11 & CO., MAIN ST., FLORENCE, A. T. Wholesale and. Retail I ' DEALERS TS General Merchandise. well selected stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco, Hardware, etc., which Ave will sell at the -very lowest prices. We have, also, Hay und Grain, constant ly on hand to supply the Public- 5-tf. New Goods and Low Prices AT H. Lesinsky & Co.'s Cor. Main and Congress streets, TUCSON, A. T. Dealers in General Merchandise and IadLIes Fancy Goods and. FAMILY SUPPLIES. Please examine our Stock and Prices. au5-tf BLANK DECLARATORY STATE ments, for Pre-Emptors, for tale at the Cttizen office. Sent by mail for cash. ALOOIS. THE CITIZEN. Tucson, Saturday, : : Nov. 4, 1871. LOCAL MATTERS. The weather is very agreeable. Look in at Mansfeld's News Depot for fine Havana cigars, good tobacco and all sorts of fresh reading matter. District Court still continues. On Thursday it was adjourned, to next Mon day. Charles O. Brown, member of the City Council, leit this week to visit sev eral places in New Mexico and Texas. Andy Keen's teams arrived in town yesterday with freight 23 days from Ari zona City. He always brings his freight in good order ana in rcasonauie umu. Governor Basiiford left Oshkosh, Wisconsin, October 20, and expected to be in San Francisco in a few days thereafter, and unless unexpectedly detained, he would hasten on to the'Territory. Dentistrt. Dr.' J. A. Maginity's pro fessional card appears to-day. Profession ally, Ave hear him favorably mentioned, and we hope those in need of his services may find him an acceptable artist. Wm. F. Scott, James E. Baker and F. IT. Goodwin have been appointed a board of public school trustees. Steps looking to the oneuinir of a public, free school about January next, are in progress. Deer is very plentiful in the surround ing mountains. Capt. Alexander Moore, with a suitable detachment, went out a couple of days not long since and killed eleven lat fellows. WANTED.-Numbers 2, 3, 5, 14 and 3S of volume 1, of The Arizona Citizen. A liberal price will be paid for these papers or any of them, if leit at this ollice, or the store of Tully, Ochoa & DeLong, iu lucson. 1 Mr. Megery, ot Smith & Mege's ranch near Tubac, was in town this week with a thousand pounds of as line Irish potatoes as one would care to "flop his lip over." We understand the price has got down to six to eight cents per pound. Acquitted. James Thorpe, a yourg man resident at Florence, was indicted by the late Territorial Grand Jur' for murder in the lirst degree, for the killing of Thos. It. Ewing about the 25th of last June. His trial occupied the early part of this week, and resulted in his acquittal (we presume upon justiiiable grounds;, in a lew minutes after the case was given to the jury on Thursday last. A general Court-martial is ordered to convene in Tucson at an early day will probably open business next Monday. The Court will embrace Lieutenant-Colonel C. Grover, Majors A. W. Evans and H. R. Mizuer ; Captains Thomas McGregor, Evan Miles and Thomas S. Dunn, and sev eral Lieutenants. Prisoners from the sur rounding camps are to be tried here by this Court. We notice several members of the abovemeutioned Court in town this niorn- A " gente fina " ball is being cooked up to come oil" about the lGth instant. The report that gcxtlcmeu can only appear in swallow tail coats may not be well founded, and if true will not work well. A gentleman who usually takes a full hand at parties says if this rule is enforced he cannot be present, as he says it has been twenty years since he adorned his person with a claw-hammer, and he fears to do so now would create a liability to take cold a risk not to be taken for an evening's pleasure. We only throw out this hint lor the benefit of the party which we earnestly hope will be a brilliant success. Escaped. On Tuesday last, while at work on the streets under the charge of Deputy Sheriff Samuel Raglon, T. W. Jones made his escape and has not been heard of since. He was permitted to go for a pail of water to a well back of Lee & Scott's flouring mill, entirely out of view of the Deputy bheriti. Alter about an hour's absence he was looked alter but uot found. The escape of this man is at tributable to inexcusable carelessness, to say the least of it. The prisoner Jones was convicted last March of an attempt to poison the Station keepers and board ers at Gila Bend Station, and sentenced to imprisonment in the penitentiary for ten i. lie is a uau man ana ueservea his full sentence. Number 3 of the Arizona Free Press was received at this office on Wednesday morning. Neither the news depot nor The Citizen got Number 2, and we may again repeat that nearly one-half our ex changes fail to reach U3. Early this week, letters and papers dated San Fran cisco late iu September and in the lirst davs of October, reached lucson. On Monday last, the Pioneer News Depot got the San i raucisco uaiues oi inc laiu ana 21st of October, and mail subscribers did not et them: on W eanesuay uic news d?pot received the San Diego Union of 2otu aud Mia. ultimo, ana ours ianeu 10 come to hand. This condition of postal affairs bus existed for several weeks, and still continues. As before stated, it would be useless to growl. Colyjjr arrived in "Washington Oc tober 27 and as expected reported the Apaches anxious for peace. . The press quite generally denounce him and the Apaches keep up their war. Purposely or nob, Colyer is a great liar. From Mexico. John S. Bratton, Esq., returned this week from a business trip of several weeks' duration in Sonora. He re ports very gloomily as to political and financial affairs there. Very many apprehend a revolution, and think it will come in the near future. Those who care little who rules so the ruler gives security to person and property, are most apprehensive, and many will get out of the country. He speaks of a number of families residing near the border of Arizona, who intend to move to Salt River Valley in this Territory. They know troops are be ing recruited at Guaymas, at Ures and other points m Sonora, and the defeated Presidential candidate has nearly as many adherents ripe for revolution as has Juarez to sustain the government. The crops are generally short. Flour has greatly advanced in price and the bean crop is nearly a total failure. So ominous are these facts that the the authorities of Sonora have forbidden the sale or removal of grain from the S.mta Cruz Valley, although much is under contract for shipment. It is feared that before another harvest, importations will be necessary to prevent a famine. Add to this the general discouragements on political grounds and Apache raids and the common poverty existing with many, and the outlook in Sonora is dis heartening. Niconor Escalante and brother came in for some criticism in The Citizen, last September, in connec tion with tho cattle thief Ventura Martinez. The facts seem to be, as wo get them from John Rogers who recaptured about 100 head of cattle from Martinez near Sacaton, that the Escalante brothers were found in the camp with Martinez and the stolen stock, and this, taken in connection with the ordinary association of the parties, led to the remarks of our cor respondent to the effect that they were guilty of a share in the theft. Leo poldo Carrillo explains the matter so as to show the brothers in a better light, and that their being found in Martinez's camp was merely acci dental. We trust the Escalante broth ers may be innocent, and would re commend for their perusal the little stoiy about poor dog Tray. Supervisor's Doings. The Board met October 31, Present Supervisors Jacobs and Tully, and Buckalew, clerk. A communication was received from Wm. Dumont, of Sanford, regarding assessment on real state, and it was ordered that the clerk notify Dumont that the time for action in such cases had legally passed. Dr. J. C. Handy's report as county physician was received, whereby it appears that six patients in the county jail, and several persons outsido have received attention. Troy and O'Niel hospital patients were treated ; the former was cured, and the latter died Ocober 23, from the effects of abscess of the liver. A petition of twenty-three citizens, of Sanford, was received, having for its object tho incorporation of the town, and praying the Board to order an election for officers. The petition was filed and its hearing set for Nov ember 30, at 6 P. M. Accounts were allowed aggregating 1,303.70. Several bills were laid over for further consideration, and tho clerk was directed to notify tho District At torney to be present at the next meet ing for consultation, and the Board then adjourned until November. The Board met on the 1st as per adjournment with same members present and District Attorney. Bills were then allowed amounting to 042.80, whereupon the Board ad journed until the 15th, at 6 P. M. "We have a very direct report that four more horses stolen from this vi- cinity have been identified in posses- : ' n r l T,K., .1 that one of them is the gray one rode by the United States mail rider Ti burcio Sotello who was killed near this town September 13. His saddle blankets and pistol were also seen there. Good Indians at Grant 1 TnE Indians are still committing y depredations iu Yavapai county. Sanford. It will be seen by the Supervisor's proceedings that Sanford is aspiring to municipal honors, and we think it will finally be developed that long since, the land on which the town rests was filed upon by pre-emptors, and that if the town be organized it will be upon land belonging to the indi vidual who in the judgment of the Land Office has the superior right to it as a pre-emptor. Individually we have not the slight est care how this matter ends, but deem yt not out of place to throw out these hints for whatever they may be worth. Sunpcse il patent should issue, as is quite probable at any time, to the ap plicant or applicants ior the land upon which baniord stands, will it not be in the power of the patentee to eject the oc cupants ? or dictate the terms of their occupation r Charles T. Hay den, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL .dealer in. Every Variety MEBCHAXDISE. Tucson, Arizona. November 5, 1S70. 1-tf. NOTICE. A. H. WHITING HAVING DIS M from the firm of Hooper, Whitinjr & Co, the said llrm has been dissolved by mutual consent, and 'he business will be carried on and conducted as heretofore at San Francisco, Cal., Arizona City and Ehrcn berg, A. T., by Win. B. Hooper, James M Barney and John S. Carr, under the firm name and style of Win. ii. Hooper & Co.. who aar.ume all liabilities and will collect all dues of the said old firm. (Signed) "WM. B. HOOPER. JAS. M. BAENEY. A. H. "WHITING. JNO. S. CARR. Arizona City, A. T., Oct. 7, 1871. o!4-3m E. N. Fisn, Tucson, A. T. S. SlLVERBERG, ' San Francisco, Cai "WHOLESALE AND RETAIL .DEALERS IX.... General Merchandise TUCSON. . . .ARIZONA. -0- ave constantly on hand a large and well selected stock of DRY GOODS DRY GOODS DRY GOODS CLOTHING GLOTHING CLGTHING BOOTS & SHOES BOOTS & SHOES BOOTS & SHOES GROCERIES & PROVISIONS GROCERIES & PROVISIONS TOBACCO TOBACCO CIGARS CIGARS HARDWARE HARDWARE And the choicest descriptions of LIQUORS, MNES, &c, LIQUORS, 1VWES, c, October 14, 1S70. 1-tf A, L. Zeckendorf, MAIN STREET, "iTuoson, Arizona. J JL J-N General Merchandise. Have constantly on hand every articla required in thi3 Territory. ZPrlooS Redxtood jy29-tf Wm. B. Hooper & Co., WHOLESALE DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Arizona City, A. T., AND EHEENB EEG-, General Commission Merchants, 304 California Street, P. O. Drawer, 990, San Francisco, Cal. Jas. M. Barney, John S. Carr, Arizona City. Ehrenberg. "W. B. Hooper, San Francisco. Our facilities for purchasing and ar rangements lor scllingarc 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. "Wc sell at small advances for cash, and are positive that it is to the benefit of ever' Interior Merchant to buy of us in stead of San Francisco or elsewhere Avoiding TnE 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 theirprofits 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. Stf Tucson to Prescott AND SAN BERNARDINO, CAL. THE BUCKBOARD OFja the undersigned. earr3'-22ygg ing the United States Mails, leave Tucson every Monday for CAMP GRANT, FLORENCE, PHENIX, and,-. . WICKENBERG, Connecting with the Stages of the Califor nia Semi-weekly Line from that place to Prescott and Ehrehberg and San Bernar dino, California. Travelers over this route can visit the Vulture and Bradshaw mines; also, all that rich mineral section in the vicinity of Pres cott and Wiekenberg, and will find 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. se9-tf Point of Mountain STATION. (Eighteen Miles West of Tucson.) -r Mathew Stevenson, : : Proprietor. HAT AND GRAIN CONSTANTLY kept and sold at fair prices, and a safe corral for stock. Abundance of ihc 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. Point of Mountain, September 23, '71. se23-3m ORES, ORES. fTIHE UNDERSIGNED ARE PRE pared to purchase Ores of all kinds at liberal rates, or grant advances on ship ments to England. CROSS & CO., 316 California street, se9-3m San Francisco. Pine Lumber! THE SANTA RITA SAW - MILL CO. are nowprepared to furnish all kinds of Iixm.'ber and Sliingfles at the Lowest Prices aud of tho Very Best Quality ever offered in this market. Parties wanting any kind of lumber will plense leave their orders at the store of Messrs. E. N. Fish & Co., and they will be pronaptly filled. 25tf