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Hotels, Restaurants, Saloons, Dealer in Imported v WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, CONGRESS HALL, Tucsox, A. T. ltf FOSTER'S SALOON, MAIN STREET, vj fOnn T.nrrt ifc William W TUCSOS. DRINKS, Plaix, Fajtct OB OrXAMENTAL, Ana made to Order. SMOKING Best of Ciars, or yon can go on the cheap native plan, and roll 'cm yourself while the music plays. COME IN Plenty of room, seats, etc. 4 You know how it is yourself." ltf BOOTS SHOES HABMESS. J W. SINGLETON HAS Opened a Shop On Main Street, Tucson, (North of Tully,Ochoa& Co.'s store, Bame side) where he will Mate and Repair Boots, Shoes or Harness to Order. Good stock always used and first claRR work done. Look into Singleton's for work in leather. felO-tf Shaving Saloon ! XEA.K THE CUSTOM-HOUSE. ORK IN THE BEST STYLES AT reasonable rates, such aa shaving, Shampooing, Hair Cutting, ltf SAM'L BOSTICK. WATER EIGHTS FOR. SALE JX THE PRESCOTT DITCH, SAIiT RIVER DITCH, And other Ditches in Salt River Valley. FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH, or on terms to suit purchasers. Will give G, 12 and 18 months time. The water from these ditches can he taken to public lauds unoccupied at tri lling expense. Also, for sale on commis sion, one ranch under cultivation, with water right in the Swilling Canal. Terms easy. Will give any information possible by letter or otherwise. TO. A. HANCOCK. WATER DELIVERED. THE PEOPJLE OF TUCSON are reminded that MARTIN TOUHEY Delivers Clear, Fresh Spring Wa ter once or more a day, at a Very Moderate Price. He is as punctual as a clock, and delivers at hours to suit customers. Call upon him for water and particulars. mr3o-tf M. I. JACOBS & CO., JJ-ERCHANTS and BROKERS. AGENTS FOR Pierson's Terrenate Flour Mill. Dealers in COIN, BUIiHIO Jf and EXCHANGE. Main Street Tucson. GOo Montgomery St,, mr3o-tf San Francisco, Cal. AUGUSTUS BEICHTA TS AN INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE A For Recorder Of Pima County. Election, Nov. 5. Jcl td. BLANK FORAGE RECEIPTS, handy to have in the house of stationkaep ers, &c., for sale. Sent by mail, for caa THE CITIZEN. Tucson, Saturday, : : July 27, 1872. TLiOGAJLi MATTERS. A good cook advertises in this paper for a situation. The village of Tucson has some inter esting advertisements in this paper. Livert business is conducted in tiptop style by B. D. Fairbanks. See his adver tisement. Mathew Stbvensok, for a long time keeper and still owner of the station at Point of Mountain, has rented Desert Sta tion, nine miles beyond, and will hereafter give the latter his presence and supervis ion a bit of good nowa to travelers by stage. Mb. E. N. Fish lias purchased the real estate, 43x100, on Main street next to Le sinsky's. He intends to extensively im prove it. The property was bought of Juan Hernandez. Captain Thayer is overhauling and im proving his property just to .the rear of the above purchase. Nos da mucha pena de recibir la no ticia, qua muchoo muchachos de la, cb cuela publica de este pueblo no atienden mas regularmente a las horas do instruc- fMi-m r!ni nr1n. Hn.f1fi If) i IS psrmnlfintfiR avisan aue no nueden ir a laescuelatantoltheir courage. y tanto tiempo, siendo que sua parientes los necesitan para traDajar en la mupa o en la casa. Es cvidente por si, que un enrso de in struccion tan frecuentcmento inter rumpido no puedc ser muy eflicicnte. Cuando un muchacho, despues de algunas semanas do ausencia vuelve entrar a la ea cue'la, habiendosele completamente olvi dado todo que con mucho empefio y tra- bajo habia aprcudido durante .3 o 4 meses, ha do ser sin auaa una moiesua granae para el de comenzar otra vez del principio. Pero tambien una aasencia de tros o do3 dias tuviero qua evitarsc si posible, siendo que una clasc entera no ha de pasar bus es tudios por algunos muchachos ausentes. La diferencia cn el nrosrreso hecho Dor los escuclantes cuales nunca han faltado ! ni un dia comparada con el poco adelan tamiento de los que son muy irregulares cn su atencion, es tan cnorme, que habla mas elocuentemeute que cualesquiera ar-1 gumonto que se pudiera citar tocante & este 6ujeto, Village Council Proceedings. Special meeting held July 20. Pres ent Mayor and full Board. Mayor reported having mode a loan of 1,600, and that the money had been applied to payment of the town- sito. Eeceiver's receipt therefor had como to the hand of the Eecorder. Ono account of 20 was ordered paid. On motion of Councilman Uury, tho village Marshal was unanimously i requested to resign. On Councilman Hrown's motion, it, was ordered that all lots be tiaid for . at 1,25 each of one acre or loss, and atthatrato per acre and fractional 1 acres over. On Counoilman Williams' motion. Messrs. Hughes and Oury wero ap pointed a commitoo to confer with F. S. Loon relativo ta opening Meyers street northward ; also with property owners on Uonerress street between tho northwest corner of Church Plaza to Church street, regarding tho widen ing of said street. Counoil adjourned to July 22, at 5 P. zz. July 22. Met as per adjourmont, with full Board present. Committeo on opening and widening streets asked and obtained further time to roport. Upon Councilman Oury s motion, it was ordered, that tho Uouncil com mence the issuance of deeds to lots on August 12, 1872, and the Recorder be instructed to prepare an 6rdinance of 1 rules and regulations therefor for con sideration at the next meeting, where upon the Council adjourned to tho 24th at 5 P. 31". July 24. Met as per adjournment, Mayor and lull Council, except Mr. Hughes, present. As per instruction, tho Recordor presented draft of Order (see our ad vertising columns), which was adoptod by the yeas of all present. Upon Councilman Oury s motion, an order was made relative to sale of Feast grounds, for particulars of which the reader is referred to an ad vertisement in thi3 paper. Council then adjourned. The bees brought horo from Cali fornia by Gen. J. B. Allen aro doing very well. They swarmed last week and wero hived without other than ordinary labor. Wo may soon expect to have fresh honey added to our list of local products and bills of faro. Tho Apaches stole a pair of horses, at Tubac last Monday evening, from party coming from Sonora. The party came on next day with a joko of cattle to their ambulance. OLD TYPE, SUPERIOR TO BABBIT METAL for boximr. for sale at The Citizen office. Apache Attack' in Tucson Yesterday about 2 A. H., some Apaches shot a man in tho left arm and broko one bone, and stole four horses within the corporate limits of Tucson. Tho man is an employee of Sabino Otero. Tho cattle made some suspicious movement, and on looking after tho cause, tho Apaches shot him as stated. They had just been at a house and cut off the picket ropes and stole two horses. Two other horses were stolon near by, one in and another just outside a lot by the flouring mill. Six of the Apaches took three of tho horses in an easterly' direction and the remainder went west ward with tho other one. It is also believed that but for tho herder's timely discovery of them, they would have taken the herd of cattle. Tho Apaches are growing bolder and more active in bloody crimes. At the rate they are progressing, they may' yet get up some roputation for bravery, though their practices have ever shown them to bo but thioves and cowardly murderers and torturers. Probably these are some Apaches un der an obligation to their " best friend " to rob the IT. S. Depositary at Tucson, and they are working up Since the above was ! in type, we are informed that tho In- dians also stolo three mules and killed a beef at tho same time and place. Samuel Hughes (accompanied by L. C. Hughes and J. S.Yosbur; took his family out to Crittenden this weok, where they aro to remain awhile for a chango. Air. Hughes reports that on Wed nesday tho Apaches attacked John Moore's ranch some dozen miles below Crittenden, drove all hands in the houso and kept them there for nine hours. They killed and ato one horse on tho ranch. In the meantime word was sent to tho post and Lieutenant Stewart with some troops went to their relief) bufc the rain had &U(m in such torrents as to obliterate all tracks, that no pursuit was made, Pacific Mail Co.'s advertisement roceived this morning too late for in sertion. It says steamers leave San Francisco wharf punctually at 12 o'clock noon, on 3d, 13th and 23d each month; leave New York wharf at same hour, on 1st, 10th and 20th each month. When tho sailing dato falls on Sunday, tho steamor will sail on the following Monday. Passenger and freight rates gold coin : From aan -Uiego to New York, cabin 100. steerage, sou. iuuids Dftggago ireo. Between San Francisco and San Die- go, cabin 15 ; steerage 8. Freight Vor ton measurement. We called upon Mr. A. C. Benedict this morning and found his wound in as good condition as possible foot swell ed some but no inflammation. He is in fine spirits. The brilliant success of the fight wherein he received the wound, buoys him up. Probably in the whole history of Indian conflicts in Arizona, no ono was moro nobly contested than this. Tho whole com munity deeply sympathize with Mr. B. in his misfortune, while they con gratulate him on his successful fight. TllE Apaches have this week in creased Dr. Handy's list of pai by two. Another man received a bad flesh wound at their hands, but ho still remains out beyond Tubac. Probably tho good, philanthropic Indian lovers who eat oft mahosanv tables and generally aro on velvet, will SUUU WUill LU UUfc UUJti ttUU UUL UJl do the farming and herding of this Territory. The mercury during the week ha3 ranged from 80 to 94 degrees in the shade. Monday evening a very hard rain fell. The streets wero flooded and whero tho water was confined to narrow channels, deep ruts were cut out. luesday night quite a heavy rain fell, and more or less all week. The sky has been cloudy much of the time and is this morniner, Items from Florenco July 25 : Tho Gila river continues dry, al though thero havo been very heavy rains above. Wo are suffering terri bly for water. Thore will bo no corn nor beans raised hero at all. The garden patches aro all dried up. The river has been dry since July 4. M. O'Reilley has got his well down nearly 320 foot,, at Crittenden station, and is still going ahead, de termined to reach water. Ho ought to bo rewarded with plenty of a good article soon, for his labor ha3 been hard and oxpensivo. Er D. Wood has removed . to the Young America Corner on Meyers street. His new goods will be in to morrow or next day ' I O THE PUBLIC. E take this method of respetmll'7' announcing: to our-fricnd3 and JL the citizens of Arizona in general, that wehave just received, and arc no w op ea- ing' NEW AND COMPLETE STOCK From Eastern Markets, consisting of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HARDWARE, QTJEENSWARE GLASSWARE, LIQUORS, BOOTS & SHOES, and PROVISIONS. Als& a lull stock of LEATHER, HARNESS, SADDLES, ' BRIDLES, CHAINS, COLLARS WHIPS, CARRIAGE AXLES AND BOXING, luSe and Horse Shoes, And in fact everything required for n, N(JUtr.tE.ng rreigfltcro. OUR STOCK Having been selected with great care by one of the Arm, and with special reference to this market, wc arc comment that wc can sen our goous as CHEAP IF NOT CHEAPER than any other House in the Territory. We are therefore certain that as to quality and adaptability to the wants of the com mnnity our stock is unsurpassed. For these reasons wc respectlully solicit a share of the public patronage, feeling assured that our good3 and. prices cannot ail to give entire satisfaction. TULLT, OCHOA & CO. S. BuyvEmiEBG, San Francisco, CaL E. N. FISH & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ....DEALERS IX.... General Merchandise TUCSON. . . .ARIZONA. TTave constantly on hand a large and a t Lwell selected stock of DRY GOODS, DRY GOODS, DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, CLOTHING, CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES BOOTS & SHOES BOOTS & SHOES GROCERIES & PROVISIONS ' GROCERIES & PROVISIONS TOBACCO TOBACCO CIGARS CIGARS- - HARDWARE HARDWARE And the choicest descriptions of LIQUORS, WINES, &e. LIQUORS, WINES&C, October 14, 1870. s ' 1-tt C. I. HAYDEX. X. O. EXOUBNOT. C. T. Hayden & Co., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DBALEES IN Every Variety OF MERCHANDISE. MAIN STREET, Tucson, A. , T. no -tf A. & L. Zeckendorf, MAIN STREET, Tucson, : : Arizona. DEALERS In General Merchandise. Have constantly on hand every article required in this Territory. Prices Reduocd. jy -tf Maricopa "Welts Station, QN THE SOUTHERN OVER- land Mail Route, 185 miles east of Arizona City and Fort Yuma; 100 miles vest of Tucson, 50 from Camp McDowell, and 30 from PTienix, Salt River Valley . OFFERS GREAT INDUCEMENTS To the Traveling- Public. Accommodations consist of Good Board and Lodging, a Store, wherein is kept goods of every kind; a good Corral, plenty of good hay, grain and water. Also the largest Wagon and Blacksmith Shops on the entire road, where good workmen are always ready to shoe animals, make and repair wagons, etc. Prices of everything, reasonable. JAS. A. MOORE, L. W. CARR, Maricopa Wells, A. T. Proprietors, mrio-tf J. F. BENNETT CO., SOUTHEEN Overland. ,aXail and. Expres Company, A "RE NOW. RUNNING Ajgggjcg. two-horse vehicle thrceSSz-SSieSs times a week, from Tucson to the Burn Mines, where they connect with Coaches For All Parts of Mew Mexico, Texas Chihuahua and Eastern States. "Particular Attention paid to carry ing Express Matter, and comfort of jPass engerB: Office at'L'asinsky & Co.'s-storc, Tucson. ' ; ' 1 (noiBtl) E. N. Fish, Tucflon, A. T.