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San Diego Advertisements.
Wm. H. Corder & Co PIONEER SOAP WORKS, SA3V DIEGO, KEAK MANASSE'S LUMBER YARD. Highest Price Paid Fpr Wool, Hides. Sheepskins and Tallow. pttitf "DACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP X COMPANY. FOR NEW YORK VIA PANAMA. Cabin, 9100; Second Class, $5 T.fnv -wlmrf enrner of First and Br ftnallv .it 11 o'clock A. J on the 3d and 15th of'each month, (except Trnen eituer date iaus on euniniy, men u Saturday preceding, lor i awajla, cg nccting, via Panama Railroad, with one toe Company' s spienuiu steamers irom PIN WAliii lor iN . w x uittt.. Change of Schedule .Tiilv 17Mif!nLORADO. Cantain W. Parker, calling at Mazatlan, Manzanillo and Acapulco, and connecting -with the OCEAN QUEEN, via Kingston, Jamaica. Steamer of the 3d calls at San Jose de Guatemala and Punta Arenas. 'ihrougt fSolrotc anlr? tn nnrl from LiveiTiOOl Queenstown,Southampton,Brcmen, Brest, iiavre ana mmuurg. For Japan and China. Steamers leave on the 1st of every month punctually at noon, lor xoKonoma aim Hongkong, connecting at l oKonoma vim the Company's Branch Line for Shanghae Tia Hiogo and JNagasaKi. Angust 1st AMERICA, Captain D. R TVoronr . Apply at the Pacific Mail Steamship Company's Office, at their wharf, corner of U irst anil urannan streets. ELDRIDGE & IRWIN, Agents. 25tf C. P. Taggakt, Agt., Sau Diego, Mcdonald & co., SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA. Forwarding fc Commission tiTiii hur in Rnn Francisco on commis T T sion, ana lorwuru iu in-s" any point in Arizona without extra charge iar ierwaruiujj. A ny order accompanied by the cash, or .insufficient reicrences, aaaressuu w t nartner in San Francis co, or to the firm in San Diego, will re ceive prompt attention. -a.uure&B W. B. Holcomb, McDonald & Co., Pier 13, Stewart St., San Diego. San Francisco. 4 SMITH & CRAIGUE, "Wliolesale Dealers T71INE WINES. X? LIQUORS, and CIGARS. CORKER OF 4TH AXD K ST3., SAN DIEGO. (UO Steiner & Klauber, -Wholesale and Retail Dealers In- GENEKAL MEECHANDISE. Also, a Large Assortment of Liquors, Hardware, Always on hand, and Everything in thair line at lowest market prices. Buy Legal Tenders and Govern ment Youchers. Corner of Seventh and I streets, San Die go, California. Wm'S. DON'T LOSE MONEY! XUY YOUR TIN AND BRASS JlJ ware aim oiura m f ""t' KVjg oi the Undersigned, in .auensj Block, Tucson, wnerc Every Description ....or TIN AND SHEET - IRON - WARE is sold at Remarkably Low Prices for Cash. Orders solicited and promptly filled on Terms to suit the times. DAVIS fc KELSON. -VT B. CONNECTED WITH Qtt jy the above establishment, is a special department for the IRepalr and. Cleaning: OF.... WATCHES, CLOCKS, "Etc., DEtc. All work warranted as represented. 24tf 3? OK S-AXZE. A VIOLIN OF THE BEST QUALITY Inquire at The Citizen office, tf THE CITIZEN. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA Saturday, - Nov. 11, 1871, Coal Mine Near Camp Grant, &c. The Stars and Stripes of Auburn, California, of October, refers to the operations of a party of prospectors who left last Summer for Arizona, and says they write back very encourag- Speaking of the coal mine, at paper says : It is about thirty-fivo miles from Camp Grant, and will probably be within twenty-five miles of the line oi tne ooutnern .racinc itailroaa, in a section barren of other fuel, except in very limited quantities, for hundreds of miles. The vein, which they have traced ior three to five miles, is twenty feet thick, and the coal is of excellent quality. Their location embraces three miles in length and one in width They now propose to prospect for sil ver and gold or any other substance that promises fair rewards. As a matter of current historv which we have been remiss in record ing, and for which we owe the afore said party some excuse, we will now state that it was camped near Camp Grant at the time Colyer induced Captain Nelson to turn tho guns of the nation against residents of Ari zona as before recited in these columns, and that one of this California party, whose bosom must have been swelling with servile inclinations and a dis position to show himself a disgrace to American citizenship, volunteered to assist in the Colyer-Nelson outrage of preventing citizens of Arizona from quenching their thirst created in a loner march over a desert, with a view to develop our natural resources. The Stars and Stnpes is properly pleased to hear of such a party being out of its own State. Our California exchanges are advised that this scrap of history is not copyrighted by The ClTIZEX. ARMY ORDERS. "We have recently been favored with General Orders 18, 19, 20 and21,from Headquarters Department of Arizona, the most important of which is num ber 20, of date October 25, relating to the inspection and condemnation of public property, and reads as follows : I. unless directed by instructions from these Headquarters, or higher authority, no officer in this depart ment will inspect public property with a view to its condemnation; perishable stores, rapidly deterioratiue;, and diseased horses, excepted. 11. Property requiring the action of an inspector, with the exceptions hereinbefore mentioned, will be stored to await the action of the Division, or Department Inspector, or an officer specially authorized to act in his place. III. When, by reason of the loner period elapsing between the visits of the regularly appointed Inspector, un serviceable property has accumulated beyond the capacity for storage, ap plication for the appointment of a bpecial inspector will be made. IV. Applications for the appoint ment of Special Inspectors will set lorth the date upon which the post or station was last visited by the reg ularly appointed Inspector, be ac companied by one Inventory only of tne property to be acted upon, and, in case of previous action of a Board of survey thereupon, by one copy of the proceedings of the Board. Number 18 bears date September 1, and announces Second Lieutenants W. Ross and John G. Bourke Aids-de- Camp to the Department Commander General Crook. Number 19, of date October 10, re establishes the Quartermaster's Depot at Fort "Whipple as a Depot for re pairs to be Known as Whipple Depot ; " and further transfers, on November 1, all public buildings, em ployees and property, except such as pertain to tho post of Fort Whipple, to Lieutenant Col. Charles H. Tomp kins, Deputy Quartermaster General, who in addition to his other duties will discharge those of Depot Quar termaster. Number 21, of date October 26, announces Jilaior A. Y. JUvans as Chief Commissary of Subsistence for this Department, and directs him to report for duty without delay. Whitman in a New Role. Lieutenant Royal E. Whitman lately appears in a new capacity in an old one in a public manner, and we "rise to explain." Last Sunday, Concepcion Begoli brought to Tucson a gray mare and a saddle, which he purchased from an Indian on the Grant Reserve. The mare was legally identified as 'that Jose Francisco (Papago Indian), and the saddle that of Dolores Ortiz, the saddle being the same one rode by F Sotelo when killed in the performance of his duty as United State3 mail rider near Tucson on September 13. Con cepeion Begola brought in tho orig inal of a document of which this is true copy : Camp Grant, A. T. Nov. 3, 1871. This Indian has permission to trade or sell his pony. R. E. Whitman, 1st. Lieut. 3d. U. S. Cav., In Chg, This shows Whitman as a self con stituted custodian of stolen property, by whose royal permission the thieves may sell the same to the lawful own ers, and helps to explain why he pro claimed himself an official liar in the following extract taken from a noted report of his on May 5, 1871 : "Whatever has been said by the press of this Territory, in regard to raids made by these Indians to stimulate the public mind to this atrocious butch ery, or whatever may still be said in its justification, will all be proven false under tho light of a proper in vestigation. Tiie Citizen never prior to May 5 charged that the Grant Indians com mitted depredations, but it is clear now that it could have done so in truth ; and here we will say in behalf of tho press of Arizona that "proper investigation' has proven said press to have spoken truly of the government fed Indians about Goodwin, Apache and Grant and Ave may say of Whitman, too ARIZONA CITY. From The Free Press of last Satur day we condense as follows : By order of the City Council the collection of taxes has been stopped until title to the townsite is obtained from the United States, which it is ex pected will soon be accomplished. Dull times is announced in the same item wherein a number of improve ments is mentioned as going forward City Marshal .box had some time ago been placed under bonds on three charges to keep the peace, and his bondsmen having surrendered his bond, he is in jail awaiting trial, His recent dissipation and quarrel someness led to his present confine ment. Thirty-seven tons of first-class ore wero shipped to San Francisco, per steamer Colorado, by Messrs. Tyng & Barney of Lhrenberg. Supervisor Finlay had resigned and Thomas Hughes was being urged for the vacaney. The Santa Fe Post, of October 28, has this Arizona item : It is said that a silver mine in Ari zona, one tnira oi which is owned by Captain Louis Felsenthal, of this city, has been sold for $250,000 but that the Captain was not consulted about the sale and intends securing distinguished legal counsel to institute proceedings against his forgetful ' co partners. A New York dispatch of October 31st says: j.ne inaian commissioners nave a private meeting at the Fifth Avenue Hotel to-night, to perfect their report tor puoiicauon. jsrunot reports on the tribes of Oregon and Washington Territory; Farwell on the tribes of California and N evada ; Colyer on the Apaches ot Arizona ; and Stewart on the purchase of Indian goods. NOTICE. R. A. H. WHITING HAVING Dis posed of his interest and retired from the firm of Hooper, Whiting & Co., the said linn has been dissolved by mutual consent, and the business will be carried on and conducted as heretofore at San Francisco. Cal.. Arizona City and Ehren- berg, A. T.. by Win. B. Hooper, James M. Barney and John S. Carr, under the firm name and style of Wm. B. Hooper & Co., who aar.umc all liabilities and will collect all dues of the said old firm. (Signed) WiL B. HOOPER. JAS. M. BARNEY. A. H. WHITING. JN0. S. CARR. , Arizona City, A.T., Oct. 7, 1S71. ol4-3m BABBIT METAL. tVCHINISTS, or iny person wanting Babbit Metal, can find the best sub- tiiute in type-metal..of which this office tkd spare about fifty pounds Tery cneap. TO THE PUBLIC. WE take this method of respetfullXT announcing to our friends and X the citizens of Arizona in genera., that wehave just received, and are now open ing NEW AND COMPLETE STOCK From Eastern Markets, Consisting of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE GLASSWARE, LIQUORS, BOOTS & SHOES, and PROVISIONS Also a full stock of LEATHER, HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES, CHAINS, COLLARS WHIPS, CARRIAGE AXLES AND BOXING, EVSule and Horse Shoes, And in fact everything required for Outfitting Freighters. OUR STOCK Having been selected wnn crcat care by one of the firm, and with special reference to this market, we are confident tuat we can sen our goous 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 respcctlully solicit share of the public patronage, feeling assured that our goods and prices cannot ail to give entire satisfaction. TULLT, OCHOA & DeLONG. Tucson Postal Directory. 23 Office open from 8 a. m. lol p. m. except on Sundays, when it will be open from 9 H 10 a. m. until farther notice. Mails West Close at '&p. m. and depart at 4 on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur days. Mails East Depart Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 12 m. Mails Korth Buck-board on Mondays and horseback on Thursdays. Hails for Tubac and Sonora Depart Mondayt at Sa. m. AEIZOXA official directoet 3?ecleral. Delegate in Congress R. C. MeConnrcfc Governor, A. P. K. Saflbrd ; res., Tucson Territorial Secretarj-, Coles Bashford M Supt. of Indian Aflairs, Herman BendcIK Chief Just., John Titus, 1st Dist., Tucson Associate, Isham Rcavis, 2d " La Paa C. A. lweeu, ad " rrescott U S Att'y, C. W. C. Rowcll, Arizona city U S Marshal, I. Q. Dickason. US Surveyor Gen'l. John Wasson. Tucson Reg'r Land Office, W. J. Berry, Prescott Receiver " George Lount, " U S Col. In. Rev., Thomas Cordis, Prescott Assessor " H. A. Biirclow. TT S RnPfinl ATnil Arrnnt T "W Tlm.1r U S DeDOsitarv. C. II. f.nrrt. Tn PROT1 Dep'y Col'r Cust's, Jas. E. Baker, Tucwm Territorial. Attorney Gen'l, J. E. McCaffrey, Tucson Treasurer, John B. Allen, M Auditor, c. 11. .Lord, - Adjutant General, Samuel Hughes, " Pima County. Probate Judge, John Anderson, Tuscoo District Attorney, J. Ji. lUcCalirey, " Sheriflf, H. Ott, Recorder, Oscar Buckalew, Treasurer, J. H. Archibald, ( J. W. Sweney, - Supervisors, L. M. Jacobs, " I P. R. TuUy, TOWKSniP OFFICERS. Justice of the Peace, C. H. Mevera. Justice of the Peace, W. J. Osborn, Constable, John Miller. omiitary Contender DepH A. T., Gen. George Orwlt ude-de- Lamp, Captain A. 21. JYtckeriox Chief QuartermW, Lt. Col. Chas.IL Tompkim Chief Com,y Sub. Major A. W. Evans Medical Director, E. J. Bailey Disb. Qr. Mr., Ar. Dist., Oapt. C. W.Foster " " S. " Capt. J. G. C. Lm COMMAKDJLNTS OF POSTS. Camp Loicell, Major IT. 12. Mizner " Crittenden, Cavt. E. Mile " Bowie, Captain DT. M. Smih " Apache Maj. John Green " McDowell, Major JV. A. .M. Dudley " Grant, Capt. Frank Stanvood " Date Creek, Capt. Jiichard F. CBeinu " Verde, Lieut. Col. C. Grovtr " DTualapaj, Capt. Frederick Van Vliet " Mohave, Captain Richard LT. Fond THE CITIZEN JOB - OFFICE J-SUPERI0Rg3 facilities for Printing: ALL KINDS OT LEGAL BLASTKS, STOCK CERTIFICATES, PROGRAMMES, BILL-HEADS, POSTERS, CARDS, ESJTELOPS, LETTER-HEADS, rNTITATIONS, TICKETS, ETC., CHEAPLY, Neatly and. to Order !Tj7"'M'nif;i rr nncfa cn-rvnlicrl trlth blnnlrE of every deserintinn fin Vouchers. Quar termaster's Receipts, &c. &c. Orders from any posf, station, mining camp, where there is a mail or express, re spectfully solicited. BLANK FORAGE RECEIPTS, handy to have in the house of stationkeep- era, Jcc, for sale. Sent by mail, for cash