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THE BEST GOODS ND LOWEST PRICES ARE TO 1IC FOUND AT K . I - WOOD'S New Store, -nvouthwest cor. Meyers and Mcsilla Sts. A Wholesale and Retail Husiness in General Merchandise Js Conducted. Dry Goods', Ready Made Clothing, Boots " aud Shoes, Provisions, Crockery and Quoonswure, and the Choicest ISraudies, Whiskies and Wines always on hand. Remember WOOD'S is the place to get iOOD NEW GOODS CHEAP. a8-tf A. & L. ZECKENDORF. MAIN STREET, Tucson, : : Arizona,. DEALEItS In General Merchandise. Have constantly on hand every article required in this Territory. 1 r i i o h 3 educed, jv -tt CHARLES 0. BEOWST, Dealer in Imported vriNES, LIQUOKS AND CIGARS, CONGRESS HALL, Tucson, A. T. ltf- FOSTER'S SALOON. MAIN STREET. 5, V,Opp. Lord & Williams,) rg TUCSON. DRINKS, Plain, Fancv on Oknamentai., And made to Order. SMOKING Best of Cigars, or you can 40 on the cheap native plan, and roll 'em vourself while the music plays. COM.E IN Plenty of room, seats, etc. 'You know how it is yourself." It! T. IfAYDEN. N. G. FLODRNOV. C. T. HAYDEH & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Evcry Variety OK "M ti Tt O I t A. N i) I S E . MAIN STREET, T u o s o 11 A. . T . no -tf DRUG STORE. HAVING ENLARGED AND RE litted my salesroom, and increased ny stock of DRUGS AND MEDICINES, would respectfully invite the public to .til and examine my goods and prices, at The Sign of the Mortar, On Congress street, at my old stand. i-3TWill give prompt attention to com funding physicians pvcseripUons, and all rders from the town and surrounding jiintrv. CflARLES II. MEYERS. ' malo-tf WATER DELIVERED. THE PEOPLE OF TUCSON are reminded that MARTIN TOU1IEV Dcj'ivcrs Clerr, Fresh Spring- Wa ter once or more a day, at a Very Moderate Price. He is as punctual as a clock, and delivers tt hours to suit customer. Call apon him for water and particulars. mr3o-tf CIRCULATING LIBKARY X AT J. S. MANSFELD'S no4-tt Pioneer News Depot. THE CITIZEN. Tucson. Saturday, : March 15, 1873. LOCAL MATTERS. j The peach trees just west of town are in full bloota. j W. C. Fkbodson will be a candidate for , .village marshal at a special election to be hem on tne lotn or Aiurcu. P. R. Brady gives notice in our adver- tiising columns of a desirable residence for sale in Tucson. Next Monday is St. Patiick's da- an occasion not specialty celebrated in Ari zona, to our knowledge. The weather during the week has been the warmest of the year except yester day, the forenoon being clouuy with a northerly breeze of just refreshing warmth and the afternoon clear and pleasant. La Orqursta del Quinto Regimiento tooaran un programa do piczas escogidas manuna a Ins 5:30 do la tarde en el campa mcnto militar. So suplira a todos los apro ciadores do musica do cstar presentcs a esa hora. Until further notice, the western stage will leave Tucson at 2 p. m., and the mails will close at 1:30. The object of this change is to give the horses more time on this end of the route while the epizootic prevail?. To the public at large the de parture at two o'clock is just as well as at four. The epizootic prevails lftre in a mild form. A majority of the horses and mules arc afflicted, but nearly all arc. in use with every prospect of little loss in any form. The stage animals westward arc attacked but come aud go on time. Eastward all seem to be riirht again. The warm weather ' is undoubtedly favorable. Mk. B. D. Faiudanks says our corres pondent at new Camp Grant made an error in stating the price at which he was ' supplying the post with hay, and that in stead oi $'S per ton, it is JU. Except that by it those in authority might be un justly suspicioued, the error was quite trifling. Col. Lewis, conductor Fifth Cavalry band, gave us a call yesterday. Our citi zens generally will remember him as con ducting the concerts which the band gave heiea little over a year ago. He informs us that the band will, at half past live o'clock to-morrow evening, give a pro gramme of choice music on the parade ground, and a general invitation to be present is extended. Lt'OAi.tr considered, the news of ..V passage of the Arizona telegraph appro priation, was the most cheerfully received since the receipt of that which rid the Toiritory of one Stoneman. We ar specially thankful to Generals Crook. Stdio lield, Sherman and the Secretary of War ior tneir rieip in tue matter, but after all, it is doubtful if it would have MsstiJ but for the prudent, vigilant, constant work of lion. R. 0. McConmck with Congressmen anu senators. Quite a number of men are taking out placer gold in Canyon del Oro, about half way between here and old Camp Grant. Mr. I. Goldberg showed us a lot ui miau noun suvenu uouars wnicn no purchased this week from a miner at work there. The dust looks as if it were of fine quality. The existence nf imlrl tJion. 1.0c long been known, but a lack of water has i'lutuuiuu mucn mining. :ur. Goldberg is informed that water is quite nlentv now. Tuk Grand jury concluded its labors lajt Saturday. Twenty-two cases wero presented and nineteen true bills found covering a variety of crimes from murder down to the smallest offenses. The general report closes thus : Wo trust that our duties have boon faithfully performed with out fear, favor or affection, uud that at least one class of men the bullies of the pistol and tho knife had better seek somo more congenial clitno where law aud order do not exist. An abstract of tho reports on the inspec tion of the several officers, will bo given next week. District Coukt is in session and dis posing of business quite as fast as can be withsafet-. Of the nineteen indictments found bv the grand iurw nine woro flic. j posed of up to yesterday. Anthony Dor- man's case came up on Wednesday, and there being no evidence at hand, the jury could do nothing but acquit him -which may operate well upon the murdering ele ment, but we doubt it. Of his guilt there never has been a doubt, but the Supreme court ordered a new trial with the result just stated. Okdeks to commence clearing oft the ground for the new military post on the Rillito has been given by Col. W. B. Roy all, who assumed command on Thursday. The site chosen for the buildings is just to the rear of the present camp and about seven miles from Tucson. The surface is smooth with a gradual but slight declivity to the valley or bottom land. The ground is well mixed with fine gravel and will al- ,n-i w aiul clenn- The wort of nnkingafinc parade ground amounts to : trf1 mo than clearing offa few mcsquite umn;i urusu. as at present etCarapJVlllbc but a few rods from the water, which may easily be carried to any part of the ground. The surrour1;,." country abounds in wood and the bet of grass; rich lands for gardens lie within a lew rods or the site. Other places may be just as good, but all things considered t!:e one chosen is very desirable ORDINANCE No. 10. IT IS ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR and Council of the Village of Tucson: Section 1. Every male resident of the Villago of Tucson, over twenty-one and under fifty years of age, shall bo required to perform, either in person or by substi tute, one day's labor on the public streets of the said Village of Tucson, which labor shall be performed at any time during the year when required by" tho Marshal ; cr, in default of performing labor, shall pay to the Marshal the sum of two dollars. When ever the labor required by this section has been performed by any person, or, instead thereof, money paid, the Marshal shall deliver to the person entitled thereto a proper receipt, signed by the Mayor and Recorder of the , Village of Tucson, and countersigned by himself, specifying in said receipt whether received in money or labor: and no receipt shall be given for labor per formed upon the streets unless one full day's work has been performed to the satisfaction of the Marshal. See. 2. The Marshal shall give at least threo days notice, in writing, to each per son subject to tax to appear on a certain day and hour named, and at a certain place, to do and perform the labor required of him by section one of this ordinance; and any person thus notified, who shall fail to appear, either in person or by substitute, at the day, hour and place designated in said notice, or who appearing shall refuse to perform the labor required of him, shall be considered as a delinquent and shall be proceded against as such, and the Marshal shall proceed to collect of him in money the sum of two dollars in manner and form as hereinafter provided ; provided, that nothing herein contained shall be so con strued as to prevent tho Marshal from ac cepting labor at any time from tho delin quent, if he shall deem tho same advisable. Any person who shall have been prevented by sickness from appearing pursuant to no tice, and who shall present to the Recorder a certificate from any physician, or three rtspcctablo citizens of the village, certify ing to his disability to perform the required labor, shall not bo liable as a delinquent under the provisions of this ordinance. Sec. 3. Whenever any person shall be declared a delinquent, as provided in sec tion two of this ordinance, it shall be tho duty of tho Marshal to levy upon any prop erty of said delinquents which may be found, and to sell the satoo at auction, to tho high est bidder for cash, or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay tho amount of his delinquency, and the cost of levy aud sale ; provided, no salo shall be valid unless due notice thereof has been posted in three of tho most public places in the village, of the time and place of such sale, together with description of property to be sold, at least fivo days previous thereto. Tho Marshal shall be entitled to charge threo dollars for his services in levying upon and advertising property, and for selling the same, and tho same shall not, in any manner, become a village charge. Money.-, .r :id en r-ts of tho i!:nijuent may be tit limbed in the hands of tbini parties by the Marshal, by delivering to the party having such credits, moneys or effects of the delinquent, a written order of garnishment, requiring said party to pay him the sum of money due by delinquent, and if the t son thus served with notice s h h 1 1 p.i the .imoiint lt.mand !, th- Mar- fh::! nhill ilellv.-r In hiii ;i row.. .i.nf- I . UW.U.V., including the cost and charges allowed to tho Marshal, viz : three dollars ; and the receipt thus delivered shall be a legal offsot io any claims existing against ho party girni."beed in favor ot tho delinquent. If tho person on whom tho garnishment is served should neglect or refuse to pay to the Marshal tho sum demanded of him, within fivo days after receiving said notice, tho Marshal shall apply to the Recorder for an order requiring said person so served as aforesaid, to be and appear before him forth with, or on a certain day named in said order, to answer, under oath, concerning any moneys, credits or effects in his hands belonging to the delinquent ; and if it shall appeir by tho answer of tho party, to tho satisfaction of tho Recorder, that he has moneys, effects or credits in his hands be longing to the delinquent, the Recorder shall enter in his docket a judgment against tho party thus examined for the sum of five dollars and costs two dollars of which shall be paid to tho Village Treasurer, and threo dollars to the Village Marshal for his serv ice?. Upon receiving the said sum of fivo dollars, the Marshal shall execute a receipt for tho sum of two dollars, signed by the Mayor and Recorder, and countersigned by himself, and a receipt for tho remainder signed by himself. Tho judgment rendered against tho person served with garnishment shall be collected in tho samo mannor as other judgments in justices courts, and j snail De a legal onset against tho delinquent in iavor oi me juugmeni uentor. Sec. 5. The Marshal shall keep a cor rect account of all moneys collected by him f.ir street purposes, together with the names of ncrsons who pay in cash, the amount jiaid by each, tho name of those who per ltr: labor, the number of days work per formed by each, and tho names of all de linquents. Ho shall bo allowed for each day actually and necessarily employed in carrying into effect the provisions of this ordinance the sum of three dollars per day, and the additional sum of twenty-fivo cents on each tax collected in cash; provided, that the time occiipied in collecting said tax shall not, in any manner, bo construed as time spent in actual and necessary work on the streets. Passed in the Common Council of the vil lage of Tucson, this 22d day of February, A. D. 1S73. JAMES II. TOOLE, Attest : Mayor. William J. Osnou.v, Recorder. ml-3t Shaving Saloon I oongiess street first pole above Pioneer News Depot. WORK IN THE BEST STYLES AT ri asonablc rates, such as Shaving, Shampooinc, Hair Cutting. Best Bay urn used. Iff SAMJQOSTICK. Established iu 1865. NICH. BICHABD, San Francisco. I WM. BICHABD, Sanford, A. T. W. BICHARD & CO., SANFORD, Pima County, Arizona Territory, D BALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, And keep always on hand, A Complete Stock of Every Article Required by Merchants, Farmers, Hotels, Saloons, Station-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 Proprietors of the PIONEER FLOURING MILLS, Sanfoud, Pima Countt, 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 lb. and 50 sacks. Quality guananteed. Lib eral allowance to the trade. Orders solicited for FLOUR, CORNMEAL, PiNOLA SEMI TILL A, GRAHAM FLOUR AND BRAN Sanford, June NEW GOODS. 187S CHEAP GOODS. E. IV. FXSH & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IX Q.ENERAL MERCHANDISE, TUCSON, A. T., Are constantly receiving large and com plete assortments of goods, consisting of GROCERIES tfi PROVISIONS DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS and CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES, FANCY GOODS and STATIONERY, QUEENSWARE, HARDWARE and CUTLERY, LEATHER, HARNESS, FARMING TOOLS and GRAIN SACKS, ; And the choicest brands ol WINES, LIQUORS; TOBACCOS, AND CIGARS. All of which we offer at unprecedentedly LOW PRICES FOR CASH. Give us a call and be convinced that onr goods arc of the best quality and as cheap as can be boueht of any house in the Territory. PINE LUMBER and SHINGLES forsale. BARLEY and CORN. In any quantity, at lowest possible rates. ja4-tf LORD & WILLIAMS AR E NOW OPENING AND OFFERING FOR SALE One of the largest. and most complete as sortment of GENERAL MERCHAIO)ISE Ever before brought to the country. To Cash Buyers they Extend the Most Flattering Inducements. Their stock of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING. HATS & CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, WOODENWARE. WILLOW-WARE, HARDWARE, CROCKERY, DRUGS & MEDICINES'- PERFUMERY, SUTLER'S GOODS, And in fact of all that comprises a first class store, is all that can be de sired to selcet from by close cashbuyers. They Defy Competition and are De termined to give Entire Satisfactisn. Having full faith in the country, thev mean to stay by it until the day of gen eral iubiloe shall come, when all can re joice together in its peace and prosperity; Drop in and examine our stock. Exchange sold on all parts of the world. Telegraphic translers made with any section of the country. A few more of those "Don't mention them "left. Call quick if needed. C, D LOBD. w. W. WI1.I.IA3IS. jy6-tf