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YOUE5 AMERICA SALOON, OOIUTER MEYERS AND MESILLA STREETS, TUCSON. THIS FINE PLACE OF REST, RE frcsliracnt and recreation, is in a cen tral location, and new and roomy building. Only the choicest LIQ.UOES, VINES AND DEINKS Kept at the Bar, And the Best Flavored and Quality of Cigars always on hand. ThU Saloon is kept in all respects in FIRST CLASS STYLE, And the public may count on good treat ment at the YOUNG AMERICA SALOON. jyM-tf C. 0. BROWN, Dealer in Imported WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, CONGRESS HALL, Tucson, A. T. ltf FOSTERS SALOON, MAIN STREET, 0ic (Opp. Lord & Williams,) CUCSON. jQ RISES, Fancy OR ORNAMENTAL, And made to Order. SMOKING Best of Ciuars, or you can go on the cheap native plan, and roll 'em yourself while the music plays. COME IN Plenty of room, seats, etc. " You know: how it is yourself." ltf TUCSON Hotel and Restaurant. 0 SLEEPING BOOMS, and the Largest and most comforta ble Dining Room in the city. MEALS AT ALL HOTJES ! First Class Board at Moderate Rates Accommodation for Horses and Team?. Also teams ready to do jobbing in the ity and vicinity. 2t JOSFPH NEUGASS. Shavasig SaioonI NEAR THE CUSTOM-HOUSE. ORK IN THE BEST STYLES AT reasonable rates, such as bhaving, -Shampooing, Hair Cutting, ltf SAM'L BOSTICK. ' E. N. FlSH. S SlLYERBERG. Tucson. San Francisco, Jos. Collingwood, Florence. E. N. FISH & GO., MAIN ST., FLOEENCE, A. T. Wholesale and. Retail DEALERS IK General Merchandise. "AVE constantly on hand a large and . well selected stock qi Dry boons, 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 r.nd Grain, constant ly on hand to supply the Public- 5-tf. New Goods and Low Prices AT H. Lesmsky & Go.'s Cor. Main and Congress streets, TUCSON, A. T. Dealers in General Merchandise and XxtdJes UTancy Goods and. FAMILY SUPPLIES. Please examine our Stock and Prices. au5-tf CIRCULATING LIBRARY AT J. S. MANSPELD'S uol-tf Pioneer News Depot. THl Tucson, Saturday, : : Nov. 11, 1871. LOCAL MATTERS. District Court still continues. Governor Basiiford arrived in Tucson this morning. The Board of Supervisors will meet next V ednesday. .Weather lias been admirable this week. A little ice appeared one or two mornings. J. B. Forbes advertises his drug business to-day which is the right thing to do, because the public want such information. Peter .Kitchen; brought about three tons of excelleno potatoes to market this week, and disposed of them at 8 cents V lb in large lots. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lord ar rived from New York Wednesday morning. Herbert's many friends are always glad to see him round, and especially now as he comes improved in health, and with a wife. Mrs. Lord is an acceptable addition to Tuc son and we hope she may find pleasure and profit in remaining. . E. N. Fish & Co. have recently received and have just opened up a fine assortment of fresh goods direct from San Francisco. Their Florence and Tucson houses are both replen ished, and a largo lot is still due. The new stock comprises about every item needed in the market both sub stantial and fancy, and all kinds are being sold rapidly at moderate prices. - Interesting races came of? on the Tucson course last Saturday. Major Duffield's "Grey Eagle" beat Captain Johnston s -'Jerry in a heat ot oOO yards for 100 each side. We are without particulars t others. On the 25th instant, Duffield's "Grey Eagle" is to run with Mc Clatchv's "Bulger Dick" 500 each side, with $100 forfeit up. Both horses are in training. Cat-tain Alexander Moore, F Troop, Third Cavalry, can't endure much idleness, and hence employs a share of his time -in hunting. Last week we noted his having made a killing of a dozen deer, and some days ago he returned from another hunt with nine fat ones. He was out again this week, with what success, we are not yet advised. The Troop is greatly benefitted by theso hunts by the way ot delicious meats. The Cap tain will please accept our thanks for a juicy rear quarter of venison. Last Friday a week, Salvador Can- dalaro and Juan Ortego were tried be fore Justice Meyers for theft, found guilty and sentenced to pay a fine of 100 each, or three months' imprison inent : the latter paid up and the for mer went to jail, but last Monday morning gave leg bail and is now en joying ins liberty in bonora. He leaped the jai 1-yard wall in presence of the keepers, at once met a boy on a horse of bpeedv s, snatched hnn oft, mounted the horse and. escaped. He was not followed, but was afterwards seen near the Sonora line. That young man will work his way through an unieelmg world. It seems the jail-yard fence is too low, and that the Supervisor s atten tion has been heretofore directed to the fact by a Grand Jury. The complimentary and social hop given at the Quartermaster's depart ment by Captain J. L. Johnston, on Thursday evening, was a fine affair. The arrangements for dancing and re freshments were quite complete, and the pleasant opportunity was enjoyed up to 3 A. 31. next morning. There was an unusual attendance of ladies done up in elegant gear, and they mostly seemed to take hold of the dance as a matter of pleasurable duty. and we have no doubt but they could again be coaxed, and petted into the humor of repeating their part of the performance. The gentlemen present were numerous, and although no fault of Captain Johnston, the company was too large for the room. The Captain was unanimously complimented for the ample preparations made by which the guests passed a joyful hop. Late dispatches show a change in military departments that of Ari zona being left intact. The Third Cavalry is ordered to Fort McPher son and the Fifth is ordered here. This indicates a loss to Arizona of Whitman, but the price of crape will hardly increase in consequence. City Council Proceedings. The City Council met on last Mon day, Present Councilmen Vosburg, Williams and Hughes Vosburg in the Chair, and Osbbrn, Eecbrder. Councilman Hughes and Marshal Miller were appointed a committee to procure a pound. Ordered that the Marshal' be au thorized to pay 25 cents for each dog brought to' the pound which shall also be in full for all expenses in cases of killing and removing them. Ordered that all orders and ordi nances passed by the Council shall be furnished The Citizen for publica tion. Bills were allowed amounting to $114.15. Marshal Miller made a report show ing that he had collected tax on 214 dogs, and suggesting some more spe cific regulations in the premises. County finances. Upon inquiry of Treasurer Archi bald, we find that all warrants on the General Fund up to April. Sth have been paid ; that from and after that date to and including November 1st, there were drawn warrants aggregat ing $10,500, none cf .which have been paid. Wo also learn that the whole amount of county taxes due from real and personal, estate is $10,930, or about $400 more than the amount of out standing warrants, and we may add but a small share of the present Dis trict Court expenses have yet been audited. Warrants heretofore have been selling leadily at 90 oehts on the dollar, but with the present outlook, wo hardly think they will continue at that price much longer. As Ave un derstand the matter, the license tax due the county is but an average of about $300 per month, and that all taxes on pwperty are never collected, though wo believe quite closely done in this county. But in any event, it will be seen that the warrants out and bills incurred to date, will about equal all the taxes due ior the year 1871, and that warrants hereafter drawn will remain unpaid until the latter part of 1872. We really wish the case were better, but the figures don't justify a more favorable presentation of it. Territorial Finances. By official notice given in this paper, it will be seen that there is money in the Territorial Treasury to pay all outstanding indebtedness, and this too just in advance of the receipt of the bulk of the taxes due this year. If any Territory can make a better show ing, it has failed to do so. The fact is, with very few exceptions, the finan ces of Arizona both federal and ter ritorial have been unexceptionably well managed. Under all her dis couragements, Arizona has a financial record of which she has a right to boast. It will no doubt be gratifying to the people of Arizona to learn that the re mains o the gallant Cushing are to bo rescued from the obscurity of their present resting place in the Whetstone mountains. Tho commanding officer of Camp Crittenden has received in structions to send out a party as soon as practicable, -under the command of a commissioned officer, for the purpose of procuring the remains of Lieuten ant Cushing, Mr. Simpson, and pri vate Green, Third Cavalry, who were killed in the encounter with Cachise's band, May 5, 1871. They arc to be reinterred with military honors in the cemetery at Tucson. The Alta California continues the good fight in behalf of Arizona. It talks truth in earnest, and demands that California and her public men oppose tho murderous policy of Colyer in Arizona. List of Advertised Letters. Thomas N. "Walters, Caramenta Varilaz, Ignacio Varcla, Augcla Munoz de Silazar, C. H. Soul, Wil Stanlsy, Minor Siroot, 2; J. L. Linvirn, Maggie Smith, Pjdro Ribcra, Manuel S. Ramiraz, John Robertson, Ti burcio Robles, Demctrio Rouero, Delores Miranda de Peris, Edward L. Putnam, James C. Peicson, 2; Chas. T. Nevill, Re fugia Manuela, Richard Oitman. J. Mc Key, Frederick E.iles, Teresa Ensinas, Louis Esevbosa, Felipe Tribis, Charles Finlc-, Refugia Felis, 2; Tetra Fleneinas, Maria Faxasona, Rosario franco, Juaquin Lorenso Gnnsales, C. AbleiPaneho Acostu, D. Buenabenturo, M. Sulvirins Cook, Juan Alderete, Ramon Arce, Ygnacio Cano, G. II. Cranston, Demesio Cmoz, E. Garrett, 2 ; Secclio Davila, Amogona Dabila, Wm. Logan, James C. Dodd, John E. James, A. J. Lackey, Frank Messno, Henry Miller, Win. W. Ormsby, Geo. Newsoine, J. A. Mellon, Jesus Montijo, Juan Jimeues, Eu logio Jrejo, Myson Hutchinson, Ancelnias Gousalls, ??:U'c Goodrich. LoEil (POST' OFFICE BLOCK) Tucson, : . :. : .' j Arizona a lull as- EEP constantly oh hand sortment ot CLOTHING, DEY GOODS, HATS & CAPS, &2. BOOTS & SHOES. HAEDWAEE, GEOCEEIES & PEOVISIONS TINWARE, LIQUOES & CIGAES, All fresh and desirable' Which they offer to the public at the low est Cash Prices. All kinds of country produce bougnt. All orders from outside parts promptly attended to Cash advanced on consign ments, ltf c. n. lord. w. w. TVILLIAMS. GharSes T. Hayden, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL .DEALER IN. IE-voiy Variety 31 31: IX CHANBISE. Tucson, Arizona. November 5, 1870. 1-tf. E. N. Fish, Tucson, A. T. . S. SlLVERBERG. San Francisco, Cal En N. FQSH & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ...DEALERS IN. CeneraS Merchandise TUCSON. . . .AEIZONA. -0- JIFave constantly on hand a large and -iLwcll selected s'tock of DRY GOODS DRY GOODS DRY GOODS ,. CLOTHING GLOTJIING CLGTHING . BOOTS & SHOES BOOTS & SHOES BOOTS & SHOES GROCERIES C PROVISIONS GROCERIES & PROVISIONS TOBACCO TOBACCO CIGARS CIGARS HARDWARE HARDWARE And the choicest descriptions of LIQUORS, WINES, c, LIQUORS, mNES, &c, October 14, 1S70. i-tf A- Si L. Zeckendorf, MAIN STREET, Tucson, : Arizona. In General Merchandise. Have constantly on hand every article 'required in this Territory. P r i c o ?i Keduood jy29-tf DE. J. A. MAGINITY, DENTIST. Office two doors north of Tully, Ochoa & DeLong's store, Main Street, Tucson. Mechanical and Operative Dentistry done with neatness and dispatch. Diseases of the Mouth. Jaw and Palate treated. ZW All operations warranted, fnoitf Wm. B. Hooper & Co., WHOLESALE DEALERS IN GENEEAL MEEOHANDISE, Arizona. City, A. T., AND EHEENBEKG-, General Commission Merchants, 304 California Street, P. O. Drawer, 990, San Francisco, Cal. Jas.- M. Barney, Ehrenberg. John S. Carr, Arizona City. W. B. HoorER, San Francisco. Our facilities for purchasing and ar rangements lor 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, and are positive that it is to the benefit of 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 or less capital invested. Orders by letter receive our careful at tention, the same as though the parties were themselves present. In a word wc 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 OF r-Ci the undersigned, earry-2 ing the United States MailSj leave Tucson every Monday for CAMP GRANT, FLORENCE, . . PHENIX, and WICKENBERG, Connecting with the Stages of the Califor nia Semi-weekly Liue from that place to Prescott and Ehrehberg nnd San Bernar dino, California. Travelers over this route can visit the Vulture and Bradshaw mines; also, all that rich mineral section in the vieinitv of Pres cott and Wiekenberg, :md will find good accoinmodittionsat the stations, and much the most pleaaant route to travel over to San Bernardino and Los Angeles, Califor nia. JAMEb GRANT, Proprietor. Tucson, September 1, 1S71. se9-tf Point of fountain STATION. (Eighteen Miles West of Tucson.) Mathew Stevenson, : : Proprietor. AY AND GRAIN CONSTANTLY kept and sold at fair prices, and .a H.if corral ior stock. Abundance of die nurest water fnr mnn and beast at the Station The Table is always supplied with plenty of good and well prepared food. In all respects this Station is nnh p-t. celled on the road. Point of Mountain, September 23 '71 si9:-t.Vt.. ' ORES, ORES. JJ1HE UNDERSIGNED ARE PRE- iaivu iu pureuase urcs ot an Kinus at liberal rates, or grant advances on ship ments to England. CROSS & CO., 310 California street, sc9-3m San Francisco. Pine Lumber? THE SANTA RITA SAW - MILL CO. are nowprepared to furnish allkindsof 3L.iuiilei- and Sliins-los at the Lowest Prices and of the Very Best Quality ever offered in this market. Parties wantin-r anv kind oi'lnmhrr will please leave their orders at the store of Messrs. E. N. Fishifc Co.. and tlnv wn ?.,- promptly filled.