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Retail Dealers In GENEEAL MERCHANDISE. Also, a Large Assortment of Liquors, Hardware, Always on hand, and Everything in their line at lowest market prices. Buy Legal Tenders and Govern ment Youcliers. Corner of Seventh and I streets, San Die go, California. 30m3. DON'T LOSE MONEY! T3UY YOUK TIN iUNlJ ukaob JL) Ware and Stoves at tlie snop oi the Undersigned, in Allen's Block, Tucson, where v e x y Description OF TIN AND SHEET - LEON - WAKE is sold at Remarkably Low Prices for Cash. Orders solicited and promptly filled on Terms to suit the times. DAVIS fc KELSON. N 1$. CONNECTED WITH a the above establishment, is W special department for the Kepair and Cleaning WATCHES, OLOOIBZS, "Etc.. 3Etc. All work warranted as represented. 34tf J? Oil SALE. EL A- VIOLIN OF THE BEST QUALITY Inquire at xue uitizl:, ouieu. ci Arizona Citizen. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA fesatxix'day, - Sept. 1G, USX. THE INDIAN WAR. Progress ol General Crook's Cam paign Indians JIatle to Take Sides The Good Itesult Indians Killed Gay 31arriage Continued Marching Hard "Work, etc. I- THE MOUNTAIN'S 1 NOKTII OF TJT.E GlLA. ) "When I last wrote, our command was at Camp Apache. General Crook had ordered Captains Brent and Mein hold's Troops to return to their posts to refit, himself going to Verde, leav ing the rest or nis command unaer Captain Guy Y. Henry, Third Cav airy. His orders were to organize a body of Indian scouts, and to operate against hostile Indians in this Depart ment, independent of any post, but to receive aid or supplies from them. In a few days the Indians belonging to Miguels, Pedros, and Capitan CJJiqui- to s bands assembled, speeches were made, pow-wows gone through, and the usual quantity of tobacco smoked, and when volunteers were called for to fight bad Indians, 75 bucks stepped out at once. Out of that number, 44 Avere chosen for soldiers, 22 to be in reserve and 22 to accompany Captain Henry's command. A complete de scriptive list was made of the Indians, and they were informed that failing in their duties, they would forfeit all claim to any treatment but as hostile Indians. Those in reserve Avere to hold themselves in readiness to re place those going out first. Govern ment clothes were now issued to the Indian soldiers for duty, which made them proud as peacocks, and coni- pletly un-Indianfied them. The first duty these Indians were called upon to perform, was to arrest some of their own people and confine them in the guard house. This they did promptly. Independent of this organization of soldiers, every member of these friendly tribes was furnished Avith. a ticket ; any Indian found without one Avas to be treated as hostile. On the 24th oi August, the com mand left Apache for Camp McDow ell, hoping to find Indians on the Avay, although it Avas Avell known that at this season they Avere scattered all over the country and hard to find, and then only in very small parties. Ar riving at Cedar creek, Captain Henry Avith part of his command, and Cap tain btamvood Avith. another part, made night marches ; the former back to Camp Apache, the latter in the di rection of our line of march. In dians Avere Avith both parties. Cap tain Henry's party climed a mountain, and Avithin hearing of Camp Apache jumped a rancheria of a small party, killing one Indian. The Indians did the killing and behaved splendidly lie-joining the part of the command in advance, it Avas found that Captain Stanwood's Indians had killed 5, and taken 11 prisoners. The killed Avere bucks, and the prisoners squaAVS, show ing the falsity of the statements of the peace men and journals that irre spective or sex Ave kill the Indians. Thus you see the complete success ot General Crook s plan of organiz- the Apache Indians into soldiers, and that, too, the first time it has been done. These tribes belonging to Mi guel, Pedro, and Capitan Chiquito, living respectively on Cedar, Carrizzo and Civicu creeks have committed themselves, incurred the hatred of the surrounding tribes, and now the Gov ernment ought to arm these people so they can deiend themselves. Pre vious to their exhibiting so firm a friendship for the Avhites, they had been threatened (for their friendlmess) by Cachise and Es-cul-te-se-la. The command (excepting Captain StaiiAvood, Avho had been sent off on a side scout to meet us at Cherry creek at the base of the Sierra Anchas) re mained at Miguels on Sunday, as it AAras reported by them that the Pimas and Papagoes intended jumping them. This did not take place the Papagoes so dreaded haA'ing turned out Avith Governor Safford and party of 200 miners on a prospecting tour. They had jumped some Indians south of Salt riArer, Avho had communicated the areaaea news to otners. While m camp we had a variety of everything, Avitnessiug the Indians use their bows, play their game of No-il-jush, hear ing their lamentations over a dead squaAV, and finally the marriage cere mony of Lieutenant li., Third Cav alry (our efficient Quartermaster and Commissary), to Domingo (so called from its being Sunday), a captive squaw'. Pardon mo, I meant to say- he performed the ceremony between Domingo and Juan Green, one of our Indian soldiers. Scene by moonlight, Lieutenant R. under a magnificent tree, reading by the light of a candle, (held and shaded by Marichel, a fine looking Mexican), the service inter preted into bpanisn by Jjrancisco, Mexican of importance, and then into Apache by Jose Maria, who has com niand of the Indians, and has done well. The bride was dressed in white. the square completed by soldiers ; and with squaws in the distance making their peculiar sounds over the dead, a scene was presented never to be for gotten. "When suggested that the groom should salute his brido, wo were toId thafc it was llofc their custom After the ceremony, the dance, and supper, prepared by our officiatm clergyman, an act not often done by that good but poorly paid class of men, can be better imagined than de scribed. The happy couple then re tired to their couch, Avhich had been prepared of grass by our Juan ; but according to a very decent custom which might be Avell imitated by those more civilized, Mrs. Juan Green Avill remain a-Miss for some davs. They the Apaches, are the most modest and apparently virtuous people I hav seen. To see Mrs. Green dismount from her horse, riding man fashion she Avill bring her supporting mem bers (in Jiinghsh, legs) to one side, tuck her skirts under her, and thus Avatch her chance, and jump Avhen no one is looking. A JXew York Fifth AAenue belle could not put on more style in Central Park. The folloAving are the names of some of our soldiers, Avhich may be amusing to you, but jaw-breaking for roll calls : Ot Miguels tribe Sir-va ne-el-ke-en-da, NaAV-koo-Avay, Es-kit-en-laAv, Chuck, Tig-in-vee, Na-be-ket- co-lee, Nosh-kill-in -ill-aAv, CaAV-del ace ; Chiquito Capitan's tribe Es-kel det-to-daAV, AAv-shav, Sau-ke-e: Pe dro's tribe Tu-good-nil-go, Nor-go- tei-uo-sa, Jis-Jass-e-chaAv, u-stun-ey: and Tu-de-ga-aw. I have given the easiest names oi a lew. On August 30th, after a hard day's march, Ave reached Cherry creek, and had the pleasure of meeting Governor baftord and his party ot some 200 men. He reports a current belief that military operations have been stopped All I can sav is that a great mistake is made. I believe in peace, but the Apaches have first to be thoroughly Avhipped before thev can appreciate the blessings of peace. Then and not till then should one be made. Gen eral Crook comes here, is just getting matters readAr tor Avork in the V inter, the only time you can find Indians, as now they are scattered all over the country, and Avhen he is prepared af ter an expense to the Government of getting his material, and a certainty of his success, the Avord comos Hold on.'" TNo such order has been made so far as ,known to General Crook, September 1 Ed. ClTlZEX "Well, if it is true, it is only one of the many Avorkmgs of the magic Pang, Avhen once in, you Avant to hold on Do not blame General .Crook or his troops for the continuance of hostili tses for years to come. Governor Safford is quite sanguine of success in finding -gold. . Even if they do not, his expedition has been quite a scout "We Avill scout the Sierra Anchas, Tonto Creek, and The Four Peaks, ana if Avorkmg hard is the dosidera turn for success, it shall be ours. This Avill be posted at McDowell, and if anything takes place betAveen here and there, of interest, avo Avill let you know as Avell as of other matters if our campaign continues. Since Avriting the above, Ave have crossed the Sierra Ancha's, by a short cut, losing one mule, Avhich rolled over a precipice and Avas killed. "We dis covered a Avonderful cavern, oh creek named from the discovery." Said ca; ern is Avonderful to behold, large in size, capable of holding 500 Indians : and avc are told by our guide, that Avhen a prisoner, he lived there Avith the Indians (good point for this "Win ter). One Indian Avas killed by our allies, Avho report the Indians as never so scattered or frightened as since General Crook's advent. . ,. To PEoriE who Borrow Neays- I'APElts. A Buffalo paper prints the folloAving letter from one of its OAvn and prompt-paying patrons : " Please descontinue my paper from the time I have paid up to. I do not stop the paper because I do not Avant it, but to get rid ot an intolerable old bore that intrudes himself in my house, regard less ot timeorcircunstances.to sit tor an hour or tAVO, three or four times a Aveek, to read my papers, and Avho is a thou sand times more able to take a dozen papers for himself than I am to take one. If the nuisance is stopped, I shall send for the paper, again." Tavexty thousand pounds of freight Avere shipped at San Diego, September 2, for C. T. Hayden, of this city. TO THE PUBLIC. -0- WE take this method of respetfull' announcing to our friends and the citizens of Arizona in genera ., that Avehavc just received, and arc noAV open ing NEW AND COMPLETE STOCK From Eastern Markets, Consisting of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HARDWARE, Q.UEENSWARE GLASSWARE, ... : . LIQTORS, BOOTS & SHOES, and PROVISIONS. ' 'tv ' t f, I, ' . ' .1.' Also a lull stock ol LEATHER, HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES, CHAINS, COLLARS "WHIPS, CARRIAGE AXLES AND BOXING, Mule & Horse Shoes, And in fact everything -required for Outfitting Freighters. OUK STOCK Having been selected Avith ijreat care by one of the firm, and Avith special reference to this market, Ave are confident that Ave can sell our goods as CHEAP IF NOT CHEAPER than any other House in the Territory Wc arc therefore certain that as to quality and adaptability to the Avauts of the com munity our stock is unsurpassed For these reasons we respcctlully solicit a share of the public patronage, feeling assured that our goods and prices cannot ail to give entire satisfaction. TULLY, OCHOA & DeLONG. 3 -Sic rife Jan. Feb. Mar. 5 6 12ll3 19-20 July. 3 4 5 e; 10 II 121 IT 1H 2627 16)17,18 19 20! 2122j ..I !2! 3 262: 9 10 Aug, 31 .. - 1 2 3 4 51 161 23 24 14 15 I6!l7! IS I9t 2I22: 23 29 2324 30,31 2 3 910 Sept. 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Safford ; res., Tucson Territorial Secretary, Coles Bashl'ord " Supt. of Indian Affairs, Herman BendelL Chief Just., John Titus, 1st Dist., Tucson Associate, Isham EcaAis, 2d " La Paz " C. A. TAveed, 3d " Prescolt U S Att'y, C. "W. C. RoavcU, Arizona city TJ S Marshal, I. Q. Dickason. US SurA-cyor Gen'l, John Wasson, Tucson Rcg'r Land Office, W. J. Berry, Preseott Receiver " George Lount, " U S Col. In. Rca, Thomas Cordis, Preseott Assessor " H. A. Bigelow, " TJ S Special Mail Agent, I. N. DaAvley TJ S Depositary, C. II. Lord, Tucson Dep'y Col'r Cust's, Jas. E. Baker, Tucson TorxItorial. Attorney Gen'l, J. E. McCaffrey, Tucson Treasurer, John B. Allen, " Auditor, C. H. Lord, " Adjutant General, Samuel Hughes, u 3? I in a County. Prohate Judge, John Aifderson, Tuscon District Attorney, J. E. McCaffrey, " Sheriff, II. Ott, Recorder, Oscar BuckaleAV, " Treasurer, J. II. Archibald, J. W. SAvcney, ,- L. M. Jacobs, ( H. S. Stevens, Supervisors TOAVNSHIP OFFICERS. Justice of the Peace, C. H. 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