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C. O. BROWN, Dealer in Imported TOES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, CONGRESS HALL, Tucson, A. T. ltf FOSTER'S SALOON, MAIN STREET, ff)nr. Lord fi.-, "Williams " vrrw 1 J TUCSOH. jQRINKS, Plain, Faxct or ornamental, And made to Order, SMOKING Best of Cipars, 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 BATTERY AND CONFECTIONERY. JJ1HE UNDERSIGNED HAS Just refitted in excellent style, His Bakery and Confectionery Establishment, And is now prepared to furnish the public at all times with the best ot Fresh Bread, Cakes, Pies, etc. Any article in his line, hot and fresh, will be furnished to order to patrons morning and evening if desired. Call and try my articles. je22-tf GEORGE HUCKE. WATER DELIVERED. THE PEOPLE 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. mrSo-tf New Goods and Low Prices AT H. Lesinsky & Co.'s Cor. Main and Congress streets, TUCSON, A. T. Constantly receiving General Merchandis and 'Xadics Fancy Goods and FAMILY SUPPLIES. "Sicase examine our Stock and Prices. au5-tf M. I. JACOBS & CO., jJERCHANTS and BROKERS. AGENTS FOR Plerson's Terrenate Flour Mill. Dealers in COIN, BUX.IiI.ION and EXCHANGE. Main Street Tucson. 605 Montgomery St., mrSo-tf Sarr Francisco, Cal ROUNTREE & LUBBEET, JJECEIVING AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS Guaymas, : : : Mexico. Particular attention paid to receiving and forwarding freight in transit to Ari zona. Wagons procured and goods sent forward with promptness and dispatch. jel5-(5m Shaving Saloon! N3AR THE CUSTOM-HOUSE. WORK IN THE BEST STYLES AT reasonable rates, such as Shaving, Shampooine, Hair Cutting, ltf SAM'LBOSTICK. mm THE CITIZEN. Tucson. Saturday. August 24. 1872. LOCAL MATTERS. Tolly, Ochoa & Co's new stock of goods arrived on Monday in good order. Mb. Fbankr's train laden with goods for E. D. Wood arrived from San Diego on Tuesday. Newsom's train with government stores from Yuma, got to Camp Lowell on Tues day. A. J. Keen's team arrived on Thurs day morning from Arizona City with goods for diflerent firms, all in good order. Thb annual Feast of San Augustine commences in this town on the 28th in stant and will continue probably eight or ten days. A Court-martial is to convene at Camp Lowell, September 2, or as soon thereafter as practicable, to try such per sons aB may bo properly brought before it. Captain E. H. Leib, Fifth Cavalry, Presi dent; Lieutenant R. T. Stewart, Fifth Cavalry, Judge Advocate. Governor Safford, Dr. McFarland and Mr. Howard visited the public schoel this week. The two latter were quite sur prised at the progress the scholars have made during the brief period Jthey have been at school, considering that at the commencement very few of them could speak a word of English. Tickets for the First Grand Gift Con cert of the State of Nevada, authorized by an Act of the Legislature of that State, can be had at J. S. Mansfeld's news depot, in this town. The concert takes place in Virginia City, Nevada, on September 15. There are two grand prizes of 525,000 each, in gold coin, and 98 lesser ones ; whole amount of gifts, 265,000 ; whole number of tickets issued, 100,000. Tickets are selling at $5 50 in currency at Mans feld's. Personal. Wm. A. McDermott has been appointed Deputy under Recorder Buckalew. The appointment is a good one, else we are much mistaken. Mr.- Frank Kenyon, general superin tendent of Moore & Carr's stage line, came to town Monday morning. Consid ering the unusually heavy rains of late, the line has made good time, and with two exceptions, the stages reached Tucson on time, and did not miss a trip or niaiL John Wasson, proprietor of The Citi zen, left by Tuesday's stage for Yuma and San Diego. He expects to be absent from Tucson about two weeks. Majors Sumner and Babcock arrived here on Thursday. The former goes with his company to Calabasas to look after the savages in that section, and the latter is ordered to Grant. Charles Thompson of "Santa Barbara, California, was in town this week and left to-day for Apache. Mr. Thompson is a young man of fine abilities, has occupied the position of Deputy County Clerk in the county from which he came, during the past twelve years, and now thinks of making his home in Arizona. Hope he may do so. George Tyng, while flying over the Tor ritory lit in Tucson for a brief period during this week, then continued his night to Urant and Apache, .lalk about bal loons and telegraphs George can beat them. E. N. Fish has returned from Salt river. Thomas Hughes, Lieutenant O'Connor and Dr. Lowe, from Crittenden, were in town and left by Thursday's stage for San Francisco having been summoned there on the Whitman (Jourt-martial. The Rev. Dr. McFarland, of Santa Fe spent several days with us this week, and left by Thursday's stage for rima Villages He has been a concious Christian worker in Santa Fe for the past six years, and is visiting our Territory for recreation and health. Guy Howard, Bon of General Howard. came here from Grant on Monday, and leaves lor California on to-day's stage Mr. Howard has attended Yale College for over a year and intends to remain until he graduates. He possesses excellent common sense and stands the fatigues of " roughing it" over Arizona with as much ease and good cheer as an old Anzonan. Lieutenants Bendire and Hall have re turned from a scout through the Santa luta, i'atagonia and Huachnca mountains and failed to find any Indians. Lieutenant Hall came to Tucson and left lor Critten den on Thursday. Dr. Wilbur arrived from Yuma this morning, bringing with him two of the Apaches who lately visited the Ea6t. The Rev. Mr. Cook of the Pima Reser vation has returned to bis station. Mr. Cook was married while in the East and brings his wife with him. Letter from Arizona City dated the 20th says : Steamer Mohave got into one of the celebrated ripples on the Colorado, and lost her snioko Btack and pilot house, and came near being a perfect wreck. The Colorado Steam Navigation Co.'s store house -was burned up at Port Isabel ; they were fortunate enough to keep the ship yard from ..being destroyed. On "Wednesday last, the 22d instant, Mr. Jacobs, Agerit for the Grant Apaches, in pursuance of orders from the proper Department, delivered up the seven captive children to their parents and claimants. These chil dren had begun to spell, read and write, being instructed by a competent teacher, Mrs. Mallery. Common Council. At a regular meeting of the Common Council, held at the "Village Recorder's office on Monday, August 19, all the mem bers being present, the following business was transacted : The resignation "of member C. O. Brown received and accepted. A communication frorn Register A. A. Bigelow, relative to town site, read and place on file. A petition signed by one hundred citi zens, remonstrating against holding the Feast of San Augustine on the Church Plaza, received, read and placed on file. A petition from Mariano Azedo, relative to payment for lot on corner of Maiden Lane and Church streets, received, read and filed for consideration. The Recorder reported that the right of control of Feast ground of San Augustine Feast, had been purchased by Geo. F. Foster for 8706 and that the Church Plaza had been selected for the location. On metion it was ordered that during the continuation of the Feast, all the streets leading to the plaza shall be left open and not obstructed ; that there shall be no obstruction in front of the church door, andno tent, booth or other structure or tables placed nearer the west front of the church and convent than a line running north and south, twenty feet west of the church bells. Special election ordered on the 29th inst. at the Recorder's office, for one council man. Accounts to the amount of 5510 Oo were audited and allowed. Supervisors' Proceedings. The Board .met on the 19th and tran sacted the followinc business : In the matter of the . petition of citi zens residents of Tucson Road District Pima county, asking for the appointment ot viewers and the laying out ot a public road in said District, leading from Whip pic's ranch to Tucson, via Allen's ranch on the west side of the Santa Oruz river it was ordered that public notices be posted for the hearing of said petition on the ytu dav ot September. H. Ott having completed and filed the Tax Roll for 1872, and it being found correct, warrant was given ordering the collection of taxes thereon. The Board adjourned until to-day at 3 o'clock P. M. Colonel Thomas A. Scott left Omaha on the 20th instant and is ex pected in San Diego the last of this month. Since he assumed control of the Texas Pacific Railroad, all doubt of its certain and speedy construction has vanished from the minds of the people. Before in speculating upon the future prospects of the road, the people Avould say " if tho road is built ; " now the universal expression is "Whem it is built?" We wish Colonel Scott could spend the time to extend his visit to Arizona ho would receive a hearty welcome from our people. Tho corps of Engineers intrusted with the survey of the road from the Eio Grande toPima Tillages, are now at Bowie and will undoubtedly reach Tucson within two weeks. A Camp Apache correspondent writes that " Es-ke-min-zin, a chief of the Grant Indians, who came over hero a few days ago, with Mr. Jacobs, Agent, to meet General Howard, be haved very badly while here. Major Dallas was greatly provoked and dis gusted at tho fellow's doings. Es- ke-min-zin got drunk and fired off his pistol, and was very impertinent to the Major who remonstrated with him ; his first impulse was to place him in tho guard-house, but on and for consideration to General Howard, he directed Mr. Jacobs to seo that E3 ke-min-zin left the reservation in double-quick order." John A. Curtis died at Pioche, Nevada, July 28. Many of our read. ers will remember him as a member of the Roberts' prospecting expodi tion, which spent several weeks in Arizona in 1870. Tho party had a fierht with the Indians on the Gila. between Florence and Grant, in which Curtis was wounded. After his re turn to San Francisco from here, he became interested m minincr DDora tions in Pioche, and was Superintend ent oi several mining companies at tne time oi his death. The Miner of August 17 says : A B. Smith is sluicing on Lynx Creek and making 20 to the hand : Min ers are generally doing well at placer mining on tho same creek. The shaft on the Tiger is down 104 feet the ledge is very large and rich at this depth. Win. A. Linn had struck a monster ledere in his claim on Tisrer Lode. H. E. Lindset and Giles Merrill are announced as indeoendenfc candi dates for Sheriff in Yuma county. San Francisco, August 16. green backs wore buying at 87& and selling at 87. TO THE PUBLIC. E take this method of resnetrull 7" announcing- to our friends and A the citizens of Arizona in general, that wehave just received, and are now open ing NEW AND COMPLETE ST(, Prom Eastern Markets, Consisting of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE GLASSWARE, LIQUORS, BOOTS & SHOES, and PROVISIONS, -: Also a full stock of LEATHER, HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES, CHAINS, COLLARS WHIPS, CARRIAGE AXLES AND BOXING, lule and Horse Shoes, And in fact everything required 'for Outfitting Freighters- vTTR STOPK" TTavinfr been selected with vgreat care by one of the firm, and with snon i rotirnni. T.n T.nis mantCL. ncuic comment mat ire can sen ourgouua t CHEAP IE 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 munity our stock is unsurpassed. For these reasons we respectlully solicit a share of the public patronage, feeling assured that our goods and prices cannot ail to give entire satisfaction. TULLT, OCHOA & CO. 8. SlLYBBBSBG, San Francisco, 01. E. N. FISH & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ....DEALERS IK.... General Merchandise -TUCSON. . . .ARIZONA. -0 H av constantly on hand ft large and well selected sto'V Gf ; LK i" BOOT'S DRY r"-y CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES BOOTS & SHOES BOOTS & SHOES GROCERIES & PROVISIONS GROCERIES & PROVISIONS TOBACCO TOBACCO CIGARS CIGARS HARDWARE HARDWARE And the choicest descriptions of LIQUORS, WINES, de., LIQUORS, WINES, de, October 14, 1870. 1-tf C. T. HAYDBX. H. Q. FLOUBNOY. C. T. Ilayden & Co., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Every Variety or M E R C H A N I I S 22 . MAIN STREET, Tucson, JL , T. no -tf A. & L. Zeckendorf, MAIN STREET, Tucson, : : Arizona. DEALERS In General Merchandise. Have constantly on hand every article required in this Territory. PP r I o s Rod.-u.oocl. jy -tf Maricopa Wells Station, QN THE SOUTHERN OVER- land Mail Route, 185 miles east of Arizona City and Fori Yuma; 100 miles west of'Tuaon, 50 from Camp McDowell, and 30 from PTienix, Salt Rker VaTXey OFFERS GREAT INDUCEMENTS To the Traveling Public. Accommodations consist of Good Board and Lodging, a Store, wherein is kent goods of every kind: acood Corral, nlentv 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. mrfo-tf Phenix livery, Feed and Sale Stable. rjlHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE Constantly on hand Plenty of Hay and Grain of the Best Quality. The uatronase of the public is resoect- fully solicited. Also a large corral for the accommoda tion of Trains and Government outflts. "Terms reasonable. J. O. MONIHON and STARAR BROTHERS, myl8-3m Proprietors. CIRCULATING LIBRARY AT J. S. MANSFELD'S ao4-tl Pioneer News Depot. E. N. Fiih, Tucson, A. T.