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(Itf) Steincr & Klauber, -Wholesale and Retail Dealers In GENEEAL MEKCHANDISE. Also, a Large Assortment of , Liquors, Hardware, Always on hand, and Everything in their line at lowest market prices. Buy Legal Tenders -and Govern-! mem vouuuers. Corner of Seventh and I streets, San Di nnlifnrnift. ouuiui DON'T LOSE MONEY! BUY YOUR TIN AND BRASS Ware and Stoves at the shop oi the Undersigned, Block, Tucson, where ."E -v c X' y Dcscriptio TIN AND SHEET - IRON - "WARE is sold at Remarkably Low Prices for Cash. Orders solicited and promptly filled on Terms to suit the times. D AVIS fc KELSON TVT "R. CONNECTED WITH i 131 the. above establishment, is a special department for the 3 Sep air and. Cleaning WATCHES, GXjCDG: "Etc., ZEte. All irnrV trnrriinl (ffl as renrcSCnted. 34tf FOR VIOLIN OP THE BEST QUALI1 Inquire at The CrrrzENfofhcc. THE CITIZEN. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA. Saturday, - Nov. 4. 1S71. THE APACHE WAR. Cachise Leading His Warriors to Successful 'Battle Another Goou Man Killed One Wounded Two Horses Killed, etc. Camp Bowie, A. T., Oct. 20, isl. John "Wasson, Esq., Tucson, A. T.- Dear &ir : I will now continue the scout of Captain Russell, whom I left in my former letter, with twenty-five mounted men of his command and Eobert H. Whitney, citizen, acting as volunteer cuide, nine miles lrom Cienega de Sauz, going in the direc tion of the Chiricahua mountains on on Indian trail on the 23d. On the 24th, Captain Eussell with his command went into a deep cafion known as Horseshoe Canon, where he was attacked about 3 P. M. by a large body of Indians. Captain Eussell or dered his men at once under cover, himself sitting upon his horse ex posed to the fire, and the fight lasted until after dark. Captain Eussell's short note sent in says that many In dians were killed, but could not sayj how many, as he had not a sufficient number of men to dislodge them and he withdrew about 1 A. 31. on the morning of the 25th. Air. Eobert H. Whitney was killed at the first fire, and one soldier named Blockhouse was badly wounded during the fight; also, two horses were killed. Captain Eussell says in his note that his en- gagement has been with Cachise, and from the statement of Sergeant Kin ney, who came in with the dispatch, Ijudge it to be undoubtedly the case, as when Mr. "Whitney was killed, an Indian called out in Spanish, suppos ing they had killed the celebrated guide of this Post ATarijilda Gri- jalba who is with General Crook, that "The wife of Marijilda coul now go to Sonora and get another) Mexican." At a distance, probably, Y tntney looked like the noted guide. 30 we begin to see the hrst fruits oi the peace policy here. The truth is, Lachise is not m at Canon Alamosa. nor has he been. Cachise himself is a cripple in his left arm and his right leg, and always goes mounted because of his inability to go on foot. An other Indian has claimed to be Ca chise, and Superintendent Pope and Agent Piper, good souls, have taken him ior what he called himself, and published to the world with a great nourish oi bombast that the dreaded chieftain was upon their reserve as docile as a lamb. Thus the Indian again outwits the white man, and he always will do it until men are chosen for the position oi Indian agents from a different class, i. e., from a class whose brain is not softened. Mr. Whitney is to be buried here to-day with military honors. He was born in New York city, January 9, 1&4U, and therefore at the time he was killed, aged 31 years, 9 months and 16 days. Eespectfully yours, S. E. DeLoxg. EARTICUIAIIS OF CAPTAIN RUSSELL'S JtiUlil UAUlilSli 1UJSKTI1IED. Mr. S. E. DeLong writes us again on the 28th as follows : . In my account of the Indian fight of Captain Eussell's, of the 24th of October, there were many incidents that had not come to hand, as time enough had not elapsed to get details. lurst, 1 would pay a tribute to a worthy, energetic oliicer. There is little doubt but the plan of the In dians in getting Captain Eussell into the canon was well laid, and but for his presence of mind would have suc ceeded. In order to deceive the party following them, the Indians went into this canon and then came out. Their trail led up the valley ; but this was only a Jruse, as they mounted the hills and were waiting for the Cap tain to come into the trap Avith their whole force. The Captain seeing this outward-going trail was deceived and did not expect to find any Indians in the canon, and was taken by surprise at the water with his animals hav ing come about forty miles with out water. Had Captain Eussell, when fired upon (one man killed and one mortally wounded out of twenty seven men,) attempted to retreat or become demnmUznrl. tint, n. mnn wnnld uVhave got out of that canon alive, (the distance out being three miles from the plain), as Indians were posted on both sides behind every rock and bush ; but the command was ordered under cover behind rocks, bushes and trees, their commander, and jumshed the Indians so severely that they did not care to advance upon this handful of men skillfully handled ; and when the command finally withdrew Irom the canon, darkness prevented the Indians fire irom being effective Uow upon the point of this bein the band of Cachise and that he him self was in command : After Mr Eobert H. Whitney was killed, the Indians kent continually calling out for " Chivero," (sheep herder) as they evidently mistook Whitney for the guide Marijikla Grijalba that be ing the name by which Grijalba was known by Cochise's band during his captivity for being a small boy, he was herding sheep hence the name And further The chief who directed this band kept, continually slappin his hand upon his breast and calling out in Spanish, " Yo Cachise." Add to this that Captain Eussell and many of his men have met him before, and all agree in declaring that this was Cachise. With this testimony, the point seems to bo settled against Superin tendent Pope and Agent Piper that Cachise is not at peace, nor is he on the Eeservation at Canon Alamoso FROM CAMP McDOWEtL. A correspondent at McDowell writes us on the 23d October as follows A general Court-martial is now in session here for the trial of Major N, A. M. Dudley. Third Cavalry, and Captain Mills, Third Cavalry "1 the former for " drunkenness on duty.' and the latter for " disobedience of or ders, disrespect," etc. The members of the Court are : Lieutenant-Colonel C Grover, Third Cavalry : Major Evans Third Cavalry; Major Green, First Oavalry ; Major Mizner, Twelfth. In fantry; Captain O'Beirne, Twenty- first Infantry ; Captain Foster, A. Q 1. ; L-aptam Miles. Twentv-hrst In ntry: Captain McGregor, First avalry; Captain Guy V. Henry, .hird Uavalry, Judge Advocate. Uaptain Henry s command has re turned to McDowell, and waiting for the order to commence the AVinter campaign, lhey came irom Apache to Grant irom there to Pmal Camp, and then to McDowell. At Camp .final the men shot two largo bears They speak of the work done by the infantry in building a road in that country as prodigious, and if the same mount of labor and money had been xpended on scouting, fewer Indiana would be now alive. It is a foregone conclusion that Mr. Colyer's policy will not work. General Crook can do more good for the Indians by killing the "bad bucks" than Mr. Colyer can by feeding them. The sooner cit izens break up this Indian Eing the better. We hope soon to give you an account of our campaign against La chise, and then if General Crook is left alone, ho will soon show you what we can do. General Crook s policy is to "kill bad bucks, .take prisoners of women and children, and protect on reservations those who behave them selves." The Indian Eing policy is to "feed all, good and bad, giving most to the bad," and to get large appropriations through Congress Choose ye. Lanre Hansrins: of Chinamen in Los Angeles. According to a private dispatch to the San Diego Union, a riot broke out among the Chinese in Los Angeles on the night of the 23d of October, and in the attempts .of the police to quell the disturbance and make arrests, the infuriated "Johns" killed policeman Eobert Thompson and wounded two others. This turn of affairs exasper ated the citizens to such a state of fury that they marched in force to the scene and instantly hung three and shot down half a dozen more. The Chinese endeavored to shield them- selve in an adobe building which was soon besieged, the roof chopped open, more arrests made and hangings en sued. Hp to 10 P. M. of the 24th, fif teen Chinamen had been hung, and many others lodged in prison ; also, order was being restored and the thirst for blood somewhat slackened. We have not yet seen the people of the angelic city among the orange groves, classed as border ruffians, yet it would seem as if order might have been restored without killing outright more than half a dozen or so of "Johns" engaged in a family broil. It is well for our good friends in Los Angeles that they killed the ordi narily peaceable Chinamen instead of the ever murderous Apaches. v ,. by . t THE PUBLIC. Tyt7E take this method of respetfullXT TIT announcing to our friends and JL the citizens oi Arizona in genera ., that wchave just received, and are now open ing NEW AND COMPLETE STOCK From Eastern Markets, Consisting of DEY GOODS, CLOTHING, HAEDWAEE, QUEENSWAEE GLASSWAEE, LIQUOES, BOOTS & SHOES, and PEOVISIONS Also a full stock of ' LEATHEE, HAENESS, SADDLES, BELDLES, CHAINS, COLLAES WHIPS, CAEEIAGE AXLES AND BOXING, Mule and Horse Shoes, And in fact everything required for Outfitting Freighters- OUR STOCK Having been sciccieuwnn (rrnnt care hv one of the firm, and with special reference to this market, we are confident that we can selDour goods as CHEAP IF NOT CHEAPER than any other House in the Territory. We are therefore certain that as to quality and adaptability to the wants of the com munity our stock is unsurpassed. For these reasons wc respectfully solicit share of the puhlic patronage, feeling assured that our goods and prices cannot ail to give entire satisfaction. TULLY, OCHOA & DeLONG. to Tucson Postal Directory. t3$ Office open from 8 a. m. to7 p. m. txetpt on Sundays, when it will be open from 9 to 10 a. m. nnlil farther notice. Mails ITcst Close at '64p- m- and depart at 4 on Tuesdays, Thursdays and alur days. Mails East Depart Sundays, Tuesdays otUL Thursdays at l!i m. Mails North Buck-board on Mondays and horseback on Thursdays. , Mails for Tubac and Sonora Depart Mondays at Sa.m. ARIZONA OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. DFccleral. Delegate in Congress.... R. C. McCormict Governor, A. P. K. Safford ; res., Tucson Territorial Secretary, Coles Bashford " Supt. of Indian Affairs, Herman BendclL Chief Just., John Titus, 1st Dist., Tucson. Associate, Isham Rcavis, 2d " La Paz, " C. A. Tweed, 3d " jfrescott U S Att'y, C. W. C. Rowell, Arizona city U S Marshal, 1. IJ. UicKason. U S Surveyor Gen'l, John Wasson, Tucson Rcg'r Land Office, W.J. Berry, Presco'tt Receiver " George Lount, " U S Col. In. Rev., Thomas Cordis, Prescott Assessor " H. A. Bigelow, " U S Special Mail Agent. I. N. Dawley U S Depositary, C. n. Lord, Tucson Dep'y Col'r Cust's, Jas. E. Baker, Tucson Territorial. Attorney Gen'l, J. E. McCaffrey, Tucson Treasurer, John B. Allen, " Auditor, C. H. Lord, Adjutant General, Samuel Hughes, " Pima Coxvntry. Probate Judge, John Anderson, Tuscon District Attorney, J. E. McCaffrey, " Sheriff, 11. Ott, Recorder, Oscar Buckalcvr, Treasurer, J. H. Archibald, " ( J. W. bwenej, Supervisors, L. M. Jacobs, M I Jf. It. Tully, TOWNSHIP OrriCERS. Justice of the Peace, C. II. Meyers, Justice of the Peace, W. J. Osborn. Constable, John Miller. jVIilitary. Com'nder Dep'tA. T., Gen. George Crook ude- de- tamp. Captain Jl. JJ. iickerxort Chief Quarterm,r,Lt.Col. Chas.DT. Tompkinx Medical jJirccior, -c. . Jj'iueir Disb. Or. Mr., Ar. Dist, Oapt. C. W.Foster " " S. " Capt. J. G. V. ior- COMMANDANTS OF POSTS. Camp Lowell, Major IT. It. Mizner ' Crulenaen, i.avt. Jiiues 1 Bowie, Major A. W. Fvans 1 Apache Maj. John Great 1 McDowell, Major A1 A. M. Dudley ' Grant, Capt. Frank Stanwood ' Date Creek, Capt. IticJiard F. CBeirnc Verde, Lieut. Col. C. Grcner LTualapaj, Capt. Frederick Van Vliet Mohave, Captain Jlichard JL Fond 1" E CITIZEN JOB - OFFICE. -SUPERIOR3 Facilities for DPrinting XLX, KINDS OP LEGAL BLAMS, STOCK CERTIFICATES, PROGRAMMES, BLLL-HEA'DS, ' POSTERS, . CARLS, ENVELOPS, LETTER-HEALS, EnTVITATIOxJS, TICKETS, TC, CHEAPLY, IVeatly and. to Order KgPMilitarv posts supplied with blanka of every description, as Vouchers, Quar termaster's Receipts, &c. &c. Orders from anv post, station, mining camp, where there is a mail or express, re spectfully solicited. BLANK FORAGE RECEIPTS, handy to have in the house of stationkcep- rs, &c, for sale. Sent by mail, for cais