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PACIFIC MAIIi STEAMSHIP
COMPANY. FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. LEAVE WHARF CORNER OF 'First and Brannan streets, on tbeipl 1st and lGth of every month, for Yoko- liomn nn-1 Hnnnrlnnir p.nimnf.tinirnt Yoko hama with thc'company's Branch Line for Shanghai, via Uiogo anu JNugasaKi. FOR NEW YORK VIA PANAMA. Leave punctually at 12 o'clock noon, on the 7th, 17th and27th of each month for Panama, and connecting via Panama Kail road, with one of the Company's splendid steamers from Aspinwall for New York. When the sailing date falls on Sunday the steamer will sail on the preceding Saturday. The Panama steamers connecting with departures from New York, 10th, 20th and 30th, are expected to reach and leave ban Dic-ro on or about the yd, 13th and 2dd. Sfeamcrs of the 17th and 27th v. ill call At Mazatlan and Manzanillo. Steamers of the 7th and 27tli connect at Acapulco for all Central American .or All steamers will touch at San Diego and Acapulco. Increased Service for Santa Bar bara, San Pedro and San Lie;o. Steamer will leave for above ports FIVE TIMES i-aeh month, on and after February 3 that is, Feb. 3d, 8th, 14th, 20th and20th. For Monterey, San Simeon, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara and San Pedro, twice a month 10th and 20th. Through bills of lading signed, and through tickets sold from and to all ports on the San DU-ffO route, to and from New York, Europe, Mexico and Central America, at San Francisco taiiil rates. For further information apply to 0. P. TAGGAHT, Agent Snn Diego. TTJCSON, AB1ZONA CITY AND S AW DIEGO t7"U. S.JSi TRI-WEBKLY IMLAJCEj l i x e : TWO HORSE COACHES teS5sS8?l arrive at Tucson cvcrv:l-SsSs&Sil Monday, Wednesday and Saturday Mornings; Depart at 4 p. m. on Tues days', Thursdays & Saturdays, Until Farther Notice. Time to San Diego, Five Days. This will enable the traveling public to reach San Francisco in EIGHT DAYS. Fare to Arizona City 550 u San Diego, (in gold coin or its equiv alent,) 8U0 A buckboard will leave Maricopa Wells every Monday morning for Phenix re turning the next Day. This is thequick -est and safest, route to the Salt River set tlements. Will connect at Phenix with Grant's line forWickenbergand Prcscott. MOORE & CARR, Proprietors. W. W. Williams, Asrcnt, Tucson. Office at Lord & Williams. JijTConnccting at Arizona City with J."G. Capron's line of stages to San Dieiro. DBTTG ST0EE. HAVING ENLARGED AND RE littcd my salesroom, and increased my stock of DRUGS AND MEDICINES, I would respectfully invite the public to call and examine my goods and prices, at The Sign of the Mortar, On Congress street, at my old stand. pWill give prompt attention to com pounding physicians prescriptions, and all orders from the town and surrounding ouutry. (jfLARLES n. MEYERS. malfi-tf S. W. CRAIGUE, WHOLESALE DEALDIt IN F INE WINES, LIQUORS, and CIGARS. BRICK BTJ"IXiXITGJ-, CORNEIt OF 4TH AJTD K STS., SAN DIEGO. (Uf) THE BEST GOODS 4 ND LOWEST PRICES ARE TO J3L BE FOUKD AT E . D . WOOD'S New Store, fiwouthwest cor. Meyers and Mesilla Sts. A Wholesale and Retail Business, in General Merchandise Is Conducted. Dry Goods, Ready Made Clothing, Boot aua onocs, frovision6, jrocKci,y anu yucensware, ana inc Choicest Brandies, Whiskies am Wines always on hand. Remember WOOD'S is the place to gt GOOD NEW GOODS CHE AP. a3-tf THE CITIZEN. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA. Saturday, - April 1. HS3. MINING PKOSPECTS. Just in proportion to the soothing General Crook gives to the savage breast, mining discoveries and devel opments increase. Arizona is one vast ore bed and all that is wanted to demonstrate this fact is security and capital. We cull the following min ing items from The Miner of April 5 : Several of the placer miners have made good strikes and all hav. done reasonably well. Messrs. Lount & Alters took out last week $250; Cole & Johnson took out up to last Saturday &700 ; Lovejoy & Co. were averaging 20 per day to the man in their Hy draulic claim. The miners on Big Bug are doing well. Messrs. Pierce, Iling Watson and a dozen others propoe to start on Thursday, 10th. instant, to prospect in the tinal Mountains for placer diggings ; some of the party have been in there twice and were forced to leave by Indians. The Del Pasco mill had crushed 40 tons of ore from the War Eagle which paid very well and had GO tons on the dump es timated to be worth $50 per ton. By a recent letter from Col. H. F. Baker of Chloride, Mohave county, we learn that his furnace is still in successful opperation and the prospects of the mines there were very encouraging. A number of miners are prospecting in the Graham Mountains near the New Camp Grant post, and are much encouraged wi'li their prospects. We saw a piece of ore sent from them this week that is very rich in gold. J. J. Holbrook arrived here a few days ago from the Francisco river, where he prospected for placer gold f.r over a month ; he reports a largo section of country there to contain placer gold, but without the expenditure ot con siderable money to convey the water on to the gravel banks, he thinks they will not pay. A number of miners are at work taking out very rich coppar ore con taining quite a percentage of silver, in the Tuttle district forty miles south west of Tucson. It is believed that every return freight team can be loaded with ore from this district, with profit to all concerned. Sam'l Hughes, H. '6. Stevens and S. R. DeLong have been engaged this week in making surveys in the Sierrita, thirty miles south of Tucson, preparatory to ap plying for a government patent. These mines prospect remarkably well as far as developed. At last accounts Mr. Yerkes with a large number of men, was turning out silver bricks at the Patagonia minos. Every one seems desirous now of taking a hand in the search for precious metals. A. C. Benedict, who is still on crutches from the effects of Apache bullets re ceived from them last fall, when he made a most gallant fight and saved his life by it, was not content to remain and attend to the monotonous duties of counting the money belong ings to Pima county an-1 auditing the indebt. dness of the Territory, but hobbled away last Monday to the mountains, to search for the root of all evil. Criminals who have chosen Yuma county as a base to hold high car nival in crime, have evidently made a mistake in their location. The prompt and efficient action of the court at the late session, gives the good people some hope that their lives and property may bo protected by the laws of the Territory. Let the "ood work go on, and when criminals understand that to a reasonable cer tainty punishment will follow the commission of crime, just in that proportion criminal business will diminish. Das O'Leaky, the famous guide, has been employed by the Wallapai Indians to go to California and pur chase horses for them. In this selec tion they have showed their apprecia tion of a brave and honest man. In older times Dan was their most dreaded foe. They learned to their sorrow how difficult it was to escape from his unerring rifle, but like Gen eral Crook, they find him as generous in peace as he was brave in war. TO THE PUBLIC. WE take this method of rcspctiullTT announcing to our friends and X the citizens of Arizona in general, that wcliave just received, and are now open ing NEW AND COMPLETE STOCK. From Eastern Markets, Consisting of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HARDWARE, QTJEENSWAEE GLASSWAEE, LIQUOES, BOOTS & SHOES, and PEOYISIONS. Also a full stock of leather, haeness, saddles, beldles, chains, collaes WHIPS, CAEEIAGE AXLES AND BOXING, Mule and Horse Shoes, And in fact everything required for Outfitting Freighters. f TTVt STOCK TTavinn- been selected with VJgrcat care by one of the lirm, and with special reference to this marliet, Ave are conudentthat -we can sell our goous as CHEAP IF NOT CHEAPEK than any other House in the Territory We are therefore certain that as to quality and adaptability to the wants of the com inunity our stock is unsurpassed. For these reasons wcrespectlully solicit a share of the public patronage, feeling assured that our goods and prices cannot ail toeivc entire satisfaction. TULLY, OCHOA & CO. M. I. JACOBS & CO., Dealers in General Merchandise, OFFEIi A Well Assorted Stork at lowest Cur rent Rates. Agency for Pierson's Terrenate Flour Mills. COIN, BUIXION, and iiX CHANGE BOUGHT and SOJLD. CASH ADVANCED ON CONSIGN MENTS. Tucson, March 8, 1873. mr!5-tf. Maricopa Wells Station, N TIIE SOUTIIISIIN UVISIS- land Mail Route, 185 miles east of Artona City and Fori Yvma; 100 miles tiest ot Jticson, au from Camp McLouell, and 'SO from rwnir, Halt Hirer Valley OFFERS GREAT IJwDUCEMENTS To the Traveling Public. t A,.m,r.l..tirmspniiKist offiood Board and Lodging, a Store, wherein is kept goods of every kind; a good Corral, plenty ol goou nay, gram aim wuici. " largest Wagon and Bhicki-inith Shops on the entire roau, wncru guuu ui unn.ii .. always ready to shoe animals, make and repair wagons, etc. f rices ot everyiuing, rca&un.iuii.-. 5 AS. A. MOORE, L. W. CARR, Maricopa Well?, A. T. Prourlotore mroo .. NOTICE. BEG LEAVE TO INFORM TIIE PUBLIC OF TUCSON I and vicinity that I have removed to the store formerly occupied by Messrs. II. Le sinsky k Co., where I shall take pleasure to serve one and all to the best of my abil ity. Always on hand a well selected stock of general merchandise, such as is needed in Arizona. S. II. DltACHMAN. mrl-tf Tucson to Prescott AND SAN BERNARDINO, CAI.. THE BUCKBOARD $8S&K the undersigned, carry- ,tyggc& mg the United States Mans, leave lucson every Monday for CAMP GRANT, FLORENCE, PHENIX, and WICKENBERG Connecting with the Stages of the Califor nia Semi-weekly Line from that place to Prescott and lilirehoerg and ban ueniar 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 and Wickenbenr, and will nnUgood accommodations at the stations, and much the most pleasant route to travel over to San Bernardino and Los Angeles, uainor nia. JAMES GRANT, Proprietor. Tucson, September 1, 1871. se'J-tf Cheap Yeast Powder. GEEAT REDUCTION. D. CALLAGH AN Hns reduced his DONNOLLY'S CALIFORNIA PREMIUM YEAST POWDER to 16.00 per gross. Every one should use this celebrated Yeast Powder. It js superior in quality and 30 per cent, cheaper than the imported article. Also a large stock ot DONNOLLY'S CREAM TARTAR and SODA and SAL ERA TUS is oirered to the trade at reduced rates. The proprietor, D. Callaghan, ki.niiir milnrced his Yeast Powder Factory, importing Cream Tartar in Crystals, aisoui- .aro. socia anu T.-.. ilntn. is now Drcmired to sun. ply the trade of the Pacific Coast and Territories with these articles - t rddiicpfl rains. Everv can niul package under tne name oi u. CALLAGHAN, warranted. For Sale Everywhere. D. CALLAGHAN, Proprietor, 121 Front St. San Francisco. nir22-3m. 7iNE IMPORTED HAVANA CIGARS and best Brands of Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos to he had at J. 8. MANSFELD'S Pioneer Cigar Store. c IRCULATIN6 LIBRARY J. SMANSFELD'S no4-tl Pioneer News Depot NOTICE. OF GREG0RIA BENEDICT BEC0M ing "sole trader." Know all men by these presents, tlint T, Gregoria Bcne dicr, in" the town of Tucson, coiuuy of Pi ma anil Territory of Arizona, do hereby give notice that I intend from this date to carry on bu.-ine?s at sole trader in the town and county aforesaid, in my own nnme and on my own account pursuant to an Act of the Legilat re of the Territory of Arizona, passed December 30, A. D., 1865, entitled "Of the rights of married women," and scctious 24 to 27 inclusive, of the Act amendatory thereof an.l supple mental the eto The nature of the busi ness, trade, profei n, or art, I intend to curry on, 3 that of general merchandising, and buying and selling, and dealing in real and personal property in the town and county above mentioned, and from thi date I will be personally and individually responsible in my own name for all debti contracted by me on account of my said trade, ousmess, prolession, or art. GKKKOKIA BENEDICT. Tucson, A. T., April 4, A. D 1873. 3t Protate ITotice. N THE PROBATE COURT, COUNTY of Pima. In the matter of the estate of WILLIAM B I Cll ARO, deceased. No tice is hereby given, that A. K. Knotvle having filed his i.entirn in this cmiri, pray ing for Letteis. of Administration upon tho tate of Wilnain Bich iru, Ucoca-eil, tno hearing of the s:imc ba been fixed by this court for Monday, the twenty-first day of April, 1873. a eleven o clock, a. m. of said diiy of the Ajnit Term of 1873, at tho court room thereof, to-wit: At the office of tho Probate Judge in tho town of Tucson, in the county of Pima, and all person- inter ested in said ctatc aro notified then and there to appear and sh-w can-e, if any they have, why said petition shoiila not be gran ted. 1- llUlrllbS, Probate .Judge a d Ex-offi- cio Cleik of Probate Tonrr. Tucson, April 15, 2t. U. S. LAND UFFIUK, ) Prescott, A. T , Feb. 2S. 1873. J NOTICJU IS llliHUl! uivjm tha E M. I'eaicc, whose Post-office address, is Silver City. New Mexico, hai made application for patent for fifteen hun dred (1500) linear feet of the .Vontezuma mine or lode bearing copper ore, wi n aur f.io o-ronnil six hundred (fillO) feet in width, iituated in Copp r Mount, in Mining Dis trict, Yavapai county, Jerruory oi rtrizona, and described in the plats and field notes on fi'.e in this office as follows, viz : Be ginning at a monument, oi siom-wnerea line runs from tnenortnwest corner oi cop per Mountain claim north 45 degrees east 14 ehnii s and 17 UUKs, terminates, i ueuco three hundred (300) feet north 30 degree! west to a monument ot stone; tnence ni teen hundred (1500) feet north 60 degrees east to a monument; thence six hundred (600) feet south 30 degrees esi to a monu ment ot s'ones iuilt in tne lorK ot a coaar tree ; thence fifteen hundred (1500) feet south 60 degiees wc.-t to :v mon ument of stones ; thence three hundred feet (300) north 30 degrees west to place of beginning; containing 20 6 10 acics. Said location being recorded in mining record books of Copper Mountain Mining District. The mining claims nearest thi.- claim are the Copper Mount, in, the Arizona Central and tho Yankie, all claimed by E. M. Pcnrce. WILLIAM K. KELLY, (9w) Rcg'nter. U. S. LAND OFFICE, ) PrtESroiT, A. T , Feb. 28, 1873. NOTICH IS HEREBY GIVEN that E. M. l'carce, whose Post-office address is Silver City, New Mexico, ha made application lor a patent for one thousand and five hundred (1500) linear feet of the Copper Mountain mine or lode bearing copper ore. with surf.ico ground six hundred feet in width, situated in Cop up.r Mountain Minintr District. Yavapai county, Alizuniv 'Vtriitary, and described in the plat and nelu notes on nie in mi onirw ns follows, viz . Beffiniiin'' at monu ment number cne at the south east corner at a monument of stones on tlio southeast sJito nr Cinmer Canon, thirty (30) link from an Indian trail, running (9) chain eight IK) links to a monument ui auuu noith forty-two (42) degrees east ; thenco twenty-two (22) chains seventy-two (72) links north f..rty eight (48) degrees west to of stone : ihfnco nine ("J) chains eight (8) links so th forty-two (42) degrees west to a monument oi siu , ihence twenty-two chains seventy-two i links south for.y-eight(48) deg east to place of beginning; containing 20 6-10 acres. Said location being recorded in the record bo' ks of Copper Mountain Mining Uistncc Adjoining this claim are the Arizona Cen tral Mining Claim, claimed by E. M. pUn.ii lu.nrinr-' north seventy (70) degree west 6 40 chains distant, an I iho Montezu ma Mining Claim, claimed by IS. M.l'earcc, bearing north t..ny-nvc a; ucgreeo 14.17 chains distant, ihe Yankie Mining t laim is also located near the Copper Mountain an.l claimed by E. M. Ptarce. t nd notice is also hereby given that E. M. Pcarcc has made application fdr a patent for a Mill Site in connccuuu m.u it,,. ,!.. in,ner Mountain Mine. Ihe said Mill Site is situated on the Francisco river, about five miles from the copper Mountain Mine. From the northwest corner of the said Mill Site the southeast corner of -aid Copper Mountain Mmeoean north sixty-nine cgre s lorty minute, west, 350.7" vhnin distance ; situated in the Copper Mountain Miring u,3trl"; Yavapai county, Arizona Territory, and described in the'p.at and field notes m ti, office as foil, ws, viz: Commencing at the ning ten chains foutb, nip . .? west to a post on the cat bank of he J- ran Cisco rivej; thence ch j.n. .o.hjhi ty-thrce degrees cast to . I -t tTIZccAls no.Th thirty-three containing tjere.