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Hotels, Restaurants, Saloons, &c Dealer in Imported WINES, LIQUORS AND CICtARS, CONGRESS HALL, Trjcsox, A. T. ltf FOSTER'S SALOON7 . Opp. Lord .V Williams,; TUCSON. RINKS, U Plain, Fancy oh" OltNAMENTAi, And made to Order. SMOKING Best of Cigars, or you can 50 on the cheap native plan, and roll 'cm yourself while the music plays. COME IN Plenty of room, scats, etc. ' You know how it is yourself." ltf MARSH'S RESTAURANT. THIS I? THE BEsiT eatixg-hoim; Ever Kept in Tucson. Special pains aro taken and no expense spared to always have the table supplied with an abundant variety of choice meats, vegetables, etc., etc., and prepared by ex perienced cooks. Entrance on Meyers street, near the Cus tom House and stage office. T. G. RUSK, de7-tf -vProrriator. C. T. 1IAYDEN. N. G. FLOURNOY. holes vle a nd retail UE VT.EKS I.N jR very Variety or t E K. CJ JUL a. S J S 33 . MAIN STREET, Txiosoxl, -A. . rJT . no -tf TUCS O IN" 3 AB1ZONA CITT f-i TV 19 IEGO TV s.-a5 ii t x n : TWO HORSE COACHES rsL arrive at Tucson every jzrst Monday, Wednesday and Saturday Mornings ; Depart at4 p. m. on Tues days, Thursdays & Saturdays, Until Farther Notice. Time to San Diego, Five Days. This will enable the traveling public to vu m San trjM. in hii-.HU. I) Vi S. ta Ui.-City -550. S;i'tDii','o,,'iiigoldeoinrite ;.iv-i ;,) swr 'uckbouid wnl i- .iv e. Maricopa Wc'is i ry Monday luurnms.' for Pi.. -:ix re-t " niinsr the nest Dun . Ttis is tin quick - ' ,ind s.ife-t rout.- to tlv Salt River set v luentr. Will counLCt uf t'henix w 1 r .ut's i i 1 0 for Wick'. nl-'Tgacd Pri i. MOORE & CARR, Proprietors. W. "W. Williams, Agent, Tucson. Office at Lord & Williams. SSfConnccting at Arizona City with J. t. Capron's line of stages to San Diego. J. F. BEftaWETT&CO., SOUTHERN Overland. Mail and Expres Coiix-pany, A: RE NOW RUNNING two-horse vehicle three times a week, from Tucson to the Burn Alines, wncre tney connect with Coaches For All Parts of New Mexico, Texas Chihuahua and Eastern States. "Particular Attention paid to carry, ing Express Matter, and comfort of Pass engers. Office at Lasinsky & Co.'s store, Tucson. (nol3tl) THE CITIZEN. Tucson. Saturday, : : Feb. 22, 1873 LOCAL 3IATTER8. Village Council meets this evening. Village Marshal Hodge is making it very disagreeable for the dogs whose own ers refuse to pay the 2 tax. Disthict Court for this county convenes one week from next Monday. Consider able criminal business will likely come up for hearing. Br reference to advertisement in this paper, the readcr-wiH.hearofan excellent opportunity to purchase two billiard tables. H. S. Stevens is putting a new roof on the building recently occupied by the leg islative assembly aud otherwise improv ing it. Alex. McKet has gone to San Carlos reserve wih Dr. "Wilbur to rv-h 5n tti-n-iiig water into ditc!u and othi'rw isc uiil in -t.irting tin- Lo lutuilv ti.i'ie to till ll:-mH D. A. Bennett informs us that about1 iot) ni-u are prospc-ctinir tuid mining in the mountains bcoud Crittenden. We must Heiuust look into this business and tell the pubhc something more of it iu d' tail. " , Ti. , , pretty cool nights, but pleasant in daytime. Some ice appeared iu places a few morn ings, and the tops of the adjacent mount ains arc covered with snow. Ir may not be generally known that I. Goldberg, of Tucson, has a lot of pure wiuc from Mountain Vineyard in Califor nia, but it is a fact; and there is no doubt about the purity and excellence of it. M( n.-!, : Pa order for the L to cme for- in. Uiux till .lis -II . hitim- ' -i 'i! ii.t'.i .'firn ! ' th.'Ir . v--rul - - .e .v -:.'.- :.!,.! ii..r. i, jt!- . i -v Mr. iLiii;oi.uoo, oi Yavapai, has gone to Veijo valley above old Camp Goodwin, with a view of locat ing there. Secretary Basuford expects to have the laws, passed at the last session, pub lished and in the hands of the officers en titled to them by July 1. He has had clerks assisting him this week in copying, comparing and putting in shape lor the printer, and expects to conclude that por tion ot the work to-day. On "Wednesday, Governor Satlord and J. V u for r 'i new . Ulm?'. 'in tin- "iu .ii'-.. wjaciuin TO'xlwi'.. l'.-ii(li' i l: i'vt' :.- th .it'jr - ; - '4: - .i - ,k ..... :,. 'ir h !, ing coiit-tructc.: by the Montuzuui,. Cmitl Company. They niay be expected back by new naturdav, after which we'll note whatc.' r of public intereet they may re port. L.ioi ouiurJay a number ui men iu-jtin the court-house and made a Territorial Democratic organization. "W. F. Ilcnning of Mohave was chairman, and Judge Al 6op of Maricopa secretary. Wc called upon the secretary yesterday for particu lars, and, he was unable to give them but will provide a copy for print next week. A central committee was chosen with John A. Rush of Maricopa, chairman. In this cum;-.. Tf. s. Stpven-. i'. K Tally, D. A. Bennett niul other- not named to us, ! ure members ot the ccri'iiittee. ! Fkek.ut arrived this v eek via Yuma as if.dkAVs: On Vl.ir.diu-, Is. -n ..uid A CW j and Kmit allV trains". mo-ti f..r r.ivcrr.- me'it, hut With some for Tully. Oeliot; c Co., .v.. Lord Williams. "Ye,turda. J('nk' train. ;..ade.' with. 1 lot of nuw goods for A. & L. Zeckendorf, which arc now being opened up for customer's in spection and purchase. Tully, Ochoa & Co. yesterday loaded a large lot of government freight for Camp Bowie. During the past three months, this firm has transported over n million pounds of freight to Camps Apache,Bowie and Graham. During the week, H. Lesinsky & Co. have closed up their merchandising in .Tucson, and what coods remained uusold v.L .- .-.' arrive d f;om ! '.: - i . L ..sii're 1 on Wcdnr s- ' ' ' eontractor in this 1 ,: nn: t.. huMucss a few daj-s in Tucson. Judge J. T. Alsop leaves by to-day's stage for Phenix. Captain T. J. Jellords, agent of the Ca chisc Indians, has been in town part of this week. He thinks the people of Sonora charge too much deviltry to the Apaches under his charge; that they do some of it, but only a small part; that some Indians are absent from other reserves some 300 from Camp Apache. Now, it will be in order for friend Roberts, agent at Apache to say we ought to have consulted him before giving this statement, and proba bly be our enemy hereafter. Well, it's the fortune of newspaper men to saA' a thousand things of a man in a kindly wav without any thanks or fuss about it, and in the course of his duty in giving the news, write something which may be tor tured into a reflection upon the kindly treated gentleman, whereupon he is up in arms, indignant or bushwhacking " to get even," as the phrase goes in such cases. N ell, however matters go, we shall neither lose much sleep nor specially ask favors due or not due. Wc didn't make the world and haven't the vanity to thiuk wc can wag much of it. I i i More Good News. "We take the following from our San Diego exchanges : "Washington, Feb. 12. The House Committee on Appropriations have agreed to insert in the sundry civil appropriation bill an item of fifty thousand dollars to be applied to the construction of a military telegraph lino from San Diego to Fort Yuma, on the Colorado, and thence into the in terior of Arizona. It is devoutly to be hoped the Senate will agree to this much needed mea sure. For the persistent efforts of Hon. Ej C. McCormick, Generals Crook, Schofield, Sherman and the Secretary of "War in behalf of this appropriation, every good man and woman interested in Arizona will be truly thankful. Next to a railway, a telegraph would be the greatest constant convenience and benefit to the ijnu-nL' '..'-, ,v. .1 i nr.iioT.t also. MiXIS i ;! K:.i. (.'Jgraphs the it Washington, ' otittt. JUi-p.ii I uit-iit from jj.uiri.l, Spain f,.,-,,,, AT.,,!-;,! crni? Foiinmrv 11 ' ' , . 1 that " the Cortes adapted ft republican , form of gov i-umont. by.1 te of two hundred and fifty-nine to thirty-two. Rnv. G. A. Reeder left by Thursday's stage. Expects to examine other localities in Arizona before leaving for the States. Tucson to Prescott AND SAa BERNARDINO, CAIi. T1HE BUCKBOARD JL the underBiifned, carry-. ing the United States Mails, leave Tucson every .Monday for CAM)' iK ANT, FLcKKXCK, PHKNIi, ad WICKENBERG Conuecting with the Stxiges of the Califor nia Semi-weekly Line from thnt 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 aud Wickenberg, and will find good accommodations at the stations, and much the most pleasant route to travel over to Snn Bernardino and Los Angeles, Califor nia. JAMES GRANT, Proprietor. Tucson, September 1, 1871. se9-tf A. i L. Zeckendorf. MAIN h'lRLEl, Tucson, : : Arlssona. DEALERS T v General Merchandise. Have constantly on hand every article required in this Territory. 3? X" x c c s K educed jy -tf DRUG S10EE. HAVING ENLARGED AND RE litted my salesroom, and increased my stock o' URI'GS AND MKD1CIWES, I would rt.pertfully init. the public to call and exuTi'ine uiy good;- and prices, at The Sign of the Mortar, On Congress street, nt my old stand. EgTWill give prompt attention to com pounding physicians prescriptions, and all orders from tho town and surrounding wuutry. CHARLES H. MEYERS. Vac&ini. JJorch 10. malG-tf "j)A7IS KELSON, sX.!:i.-. - ' i.HKT, TUCSON, V FA!' T TT E fl S AND DCALKUS i V ilti, JBrass aud heei-inm Ware Also Stoves of the best patterns. "Every Description OF.... Tin, Sheet-iron ware and Stoves is sold on terms to suit the times. Eap'Orders solicited and promptly filled. TVT B. CONNECTED WITHqlsjv L o the above establishment, is Wis? i special department for the Kepair and Cleaning OF.... WATCHES, CLOCKS, "Etc.. ZEto. gpSteneil work solicited and executed to suit customers. All work warranted as represented. 24tf CIRCULATING LIBRARY J. "if MANSPELD'S nol-tl Pioneer News Depot. 1 1 ! i I CHEAP GOODS. E. IV. FISH & CO., "WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN ENERA L MERCHANDISE, TUCSON, A. T., Arc constantly receiving large and com plete assortments of goods, consisting of GROCERIES c6 PROVISIONS DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS and CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES. FAN".' 1 !. - DS and P'lA 1 1 XJ'.::r. QUEKXSV. KE, HAliiAV ARE aud CUTLERY, LEATHER, HARNESS, FA1LM1NG TOOLS and GRAIN SACKS, And the choicest brands ot WINES, LIQUORS, TOBACCOS, AND CIGARS. All of which we offer at unprecedented! I,OW PRICES FOR CASH. Give us a call and be convinced that our goods are of the best quality and as cheap as can be bought of any house in the Territory. PINE LUMBER and SHINGLES for sale. BARLEY and CORN, In any quantity, at lowest possible rates. in4-tf Established la 1865. NICH. BICHAHD, out Jfraneise Swrfbrd, A. T, SANFORD, Pima County, Arizona Territory, JJEAI.ERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Auu keep always on handj A Complete Stock of t.very Article Required by Merchant. Farmorb, Hotels, oaloons, atation-keepers, Miners, Mechanics and Families. Our Goods are Selected Especially for the Trade of Arizona, All of which we will sell cheap for cash or exchange for WHEAT, BARLEY, BEANS AND CORN. Also V 'T-riotors of tho ujuo. Sanfokd, Pima Coustv, A. T. We Manufacture the finest and best quality of Four in the Territory, which we will supply to the trade and citizens at LOWEST CASH PRICE in 100 B. and NEW GOODS. 50 S. sacks. Quality guanantecd. Lib eral nllowance to the trade. Orders solicited for FLOUR, CORNMEAL, PiNOLA SEM1T1LLA, GRAHAM FLOUR AND BRaA Sanford, June , 187a. jeff-tT TO THE PUBLIC. WE take this method of respethill T announcing to our friends and X the citizens of Arizona in general, that wehave just received, and are now open ing NEW AND COMPLETE STOCK From Eastern Markets, Consisting of BET GOODS, !;: CLOTHING, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE GLASSWARE, LIQUORS, BOOTS & SHOES, and PROVISIONS. Also a full stock of - -y LEATHER, HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLE CHAINS, COLLARS WHIPS, CARRIAGE AXLES fgAND BOXING, -4 Wuie and Horse Shoes, And in fact everything required for Outfitting Freighters. OI'llTOCK Having acn s 1 o-by one of Uc Sn seie.-"-i v :t; by one of liic Srrn. :.1i-,-.;tJi special reference to this market, we are confident that we can sell our goods as CHEAP IE NOT CHEAPER than any other House in the Territory Wc arc therefore certain that as to quality and adaptability to the wants of the com munity our stock is unsurpassed. For theaereaaon6 we respectlully solicit a share of the public patronage, feeling assured that our goods and prices cannot ail to giye entire satisfaction. TULLY, OCHOi & CO.