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THE ARIZONA. .SWK T I N E L .
AEISOI'TA CITY, YUMA COTJHTY, A. T., SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1872.
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pTCurrrency received at par.
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bs miRst be addressed to
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Editor and Proprietor.
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f)XA CITY HU lli.UU.
FrOOKS nnd STATIONERY
k quality and price of wh'ich
cordially invite public un-
lion. Also, dealers m .mil
lol Books, Sheet Music,
.Legal Blames, j
ires ;and Picture?Erames,
ty, lnmcy Articles, ana an
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ding Eastern andCaliforni pa
irs, men io
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nis ik rna nni. norei us me uilv
id travelers and others can dp-
upon the best accommmlh-
ir. iit - a k mkh. on Mrsusr.
BAG TIGS' AL 0ITHSEN0Y '
Taken at par for goods, at
OR SAL.E at a Bargain.
Two extra-made, weii-ironed
fihlft fnf home use and liirht
s. A bargain can be had by
Stage Company's shop.
Tlie Apache War.
Wo have received from Sacra
mento, a few days ago, a copy of
joint resolutions introduced in the
California Legislature on the 7th
instant, by Senator McCoy, of San
Diego, and which was referred
to the Committee on Federal Re
lations, regarding our troubles
with the Apache Indians. Our
limited space will not permit us
to publish the preamble to those
resolutions, which is a long list of
wrongs suffered by the inhabit
ants of and, travelers through our
Territory at the hands of the sav
ages. The resolutions, however,
speak for themselves. They axe '
1 That it is the duty of the
Government of the United States
to give the most prompt and effi
cient protection to the people of
Arizona against the Apache In
dians; that all attempts to treat
with or otherwise to appease them,
untii they are made to feel the
power of the Government, will
prove futile in the future, as they
have in the past, and must result
only in encouraging these savages
to continued deeds of Carnage.
2 That in :io wav can this nro-
ptection be so promptly and effi
ciently extended to our suffering
brethren in Arizona as l)y furnish
ing General Crook with ample
means, and by giving him the
largest discretion in the course to
be pursued toward the savages.
3 That the President of the
United States be and he is hereby
urged and implored to prevent
further interference with the mili
tary operations of General Crook,
otherwise than by aiding his de
signs, until these savages are sub
dued, and the people of Arizona
are made secure in their lies,
homes and property.
4 That his Excellency, the Gov
ernor of this State, be requested
to telegraph these resolutions.and
the preample to the same, to the
President of the United States:
that he cause to be sent copies of
tne same to eacn ol the Senators
and .Representatives in Congress
of the Pacific States and Territo
ries, and to each of the Governors
of the same; and that our Senat
ors in Congress bo instructed and
Representatives requested to urKc
upon (he Government at Wash
ington such action in the prem
ises as is indicated by these reso
lutions. Let us hope the committee have
reported favorably, and that ere
this these timely resolutions have
been unanimously adopted and
telegraphed to Washington.
The cold is so treat in Italy this
winter that there has been skai- j
ing in Florence and Naples, forj
the first time in many years.
Tucson was visited, during the
past week, with just a few drops
Two grand concerts, given by
the Fifth Cavalry Band. at Tucson,
on Tuesday and Thursday even
ings, were largely attended. The
receipts were $372 20.
The public school at Tucson was
opened on the 4th instant, with
John Spring as teacher. On the
opening day, nearly forty children
were present; and up to the 14th,
the number had increased to 72.
The Citizen contains a conden
sation from two correspondents,
regarding the killing of two Mexi
cans at the camp of the Caverness
brothers, about sixty miles below
Phoenix, which is as follows:
It seems the Indians attacked
Martinez ranch, near Camp Date
Creek, on Feb. 21; that in a fight,
two Indians were killed and left
dead on the ground; that soon
after, a party of Mexicans came
along and murdered Mr. Culluna
bef and Mr. Harris, stole their
horses, and made for Salt river
with all speed; that Feb. 29, a true
Indian ally Juan Jose promptly
advised the Sheriff and others of
Maricopa county that the men
with the stolen horses were on the
river; that SheriffWarden, assist
ed by others, at once went on the
trail, and on the fifth day of unre
mitting search, the mufderers
were found at the camp aforesaid,
and in volleys of shooting by both
sides.the two assassins and thieves
were killed and the two horses
recovered. That the men killed
were guilty as stated, there seems1
to be no doubt.
Overthrow of the Erie Ring.
By telegraph, we learn that the
overthrew of the Erie ring is ae
complished, and that the fact is
received everywhere with satis
faction. The pr.ess, generally, re
gard the result as a great triumph
in the interest of honesty and re
form; Jay Gould having resigned
as President. Ramsey, the ex-
President of the Susquehanna
road, says that the amount of the
earnings of ihe road that Gould
has not accounted for to the stock
holders, is enormous. The friends
of Fisk rejoice over Gould's down
General Von Roon, German
Minister of War, on the lstinst.
ceased to exercise the functions of
head of the Navy Department.
Lieutenant-General'' Stosen suc
Attorney et TLanv,
Attorney at Law,
' ARIZONA CITY, YUMA CO., A. T.
Will practice in all the Courts
of the Territory and of the State
of California. mch 16
R. A. A. MIX
offers his professional ser
vices to the citizens of Yuma
County. Office in Mrs. Jone's
building, Main street. Consulta-
lon for the poor, from e to 10 a.m.,
Attorney at Law,
Will attend to legal business m
ne Courts of the Territory,and
jreme Court of the U. & 7fc(
County Surveyor andDeputy
United States Surveyor of Min
eral lands in the counties of Yuma
Wholesale and retail
R U G G I S T,
Main street, Arizona City.
carefully compounded. mchl6 ,
A RIZONA CITY
J. M. REDONDO & BRO.,
Keep a fresh supply of Beef, Veal,
Mutton, Pork, etc., and GAME in
its season. Also,
Hay and Grain,
at reasonable prices. -Itf
Wholesale dealers in .
Bricknlock, corner Fourth and
streets. SAN DIEGO.
I kA CASES CLARET, WHITE
10 J and PORT WINE, by the
bottle, case or demijohn, at BA
KER'S, on First street..