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Wm. H. Corder & Go jPIOZSTErEK SOAP WORKS, DIEGO, NEAR IIANASSE'S LUMBER YARD. Highest Price Paid For Wool, Hides. Sheepskins and Tallow. pJGtf SMITH & CRAIGUE, "Wholesale Dealers F INE WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS BEICH BTJIXiIDiasrCS-, CORNER OF 4TU AND K STS., SAN DIEGO, (ltf) SEEDS! SEEDS ! FOR SALE! TTIRESn GARDEN, GRASS AND VEGETABLE SEEDS, "Wholesale and retail, At Steiner & Klauber's, Cor. Seventh and I streets, San Diego, Cal. K B. Orders from the country prompt ly attended to. jlu qcuus sum, uj u. u mail at 10 cents per pound. San Diego, January 1. jab-m Steiner & Klauber, -Wholesale and Retail Dealers In GENERAI MERCHANDISE Also, aLarjic Assortment of Liquors, Hardware, Always on hand, and Everything in their line at lowest market prices. Buy Legal Tenders and Govern ment Vouchers. Corner of Seventh and I streets, San Die go, California. 30m3. w -i tri? TiisTTtir.T COURT OF X the First Judicial District, County of Pima and Territory 01 Arizona. Seligmax Hoffman, et al., plaintiffs, against J. Goldtp.ee and Juan Fernandez, de By virtue of a writ of execution, issued out of the Hon. District Court of the First Judicial District, for the County of Pima and Territory 01 Arizona, uu 29th day of December a. d. ioj., auu iu me directed and delivered, by which I am commanded to make the sum of lour hun dred and forty-nine nineteen onc-hun- dredths dollars, anatweiuy-buvun &uuii fivc one-hundredths dollars costs, with in terest from the 4th day of November a. d. 1871, together with all accruing costs, I have tins day levied upon all the right title and interest the said Juan Fernadez has in and to the following described property to-wit: all that lot aud parcel of land sit uate on the plazita between Hopkins and Pennington streets in the .central portion of the lown of Tucson, County of Pima and Territory of Arizona, and bounded as follows : On the south by the property of G" Hucke and S. Bostwick; on the east by property of J. E. McCaffry and Francisco Gomez ; on the north by property of Car-mel-Espinosa; and on the west by the plazita, aud generally known as the " Doss property," with all the improvements, hereditaments and appurtenances there unto belonging or in any way appertaining, and will sell the same at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash, on Wednes day the 24th day of January, a. d. 18T2, at 10 o'clock A. r. of said day, on the premises. Tucson, A. T., December SO, a. d. 1871. jaU-td H. OTT, Sheriff Pima co. The sale of the above described prop erty is postponed until Tuesday, Feb ruary 13, 1872, at 10 A. m. H. OTT, Sheriff Pima co. DON'T LOSE MONEY! BUT YOUR TIN AND KUAbS : Ware and Stoves at the shop R Block, Tucson, where ."Every Description OF.... Tin. and Sheet-Iron Ware is sold at Remarkably Low Prices for Cash. " Orders solicited aud promptly filled on Terms to suit the times. DAVIS & KETjSOX. -VT B. CONNECTED WITH 13( the above establishment, is yjjg a special department for the Itepaix and Cleaning OF WATCHES, CLOCKS, "Etc., DGtc. All work warranted as represented. 24tf THE CITIZEN. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA Saturday, - Feb. lO, 1873 CO.NT inued from fikst page. try, even if their title, which is merely possessory, could survive the absolute absence of its beneficiaries. An. Indian reservation may be defin ed to be a certain limited portion of our national domain, assigned by the federal government to a tribe or tribes of Indians, or some part or parts of the same to be held by them accord ing to the terms of the assignment. An Indian reservation and an In dian country, it is submitted, are so far legal equivalents, that the laws of the United States regulating trade and intercourse with the Indians, ap ply alika to both. Licenses to trade in either are grantable by an Indian superintendent, agent, or sub-agent. The act of March 15, 18G4 (Sec. 1, 13 Stats, at L., 29), makes it an of fense equally penal to sell, exchange, give, barter, or dispose of any spir ituous liquors or wines to any Indian under the charge of any Indian feu penntendent or Indian Agent ap pointed by the United States, or to introduce the same into the Indian country. This conclusion is supported by the followiner cases. The United vs. The American Fur Co., (2 Pet. 358) : The United States vs. Holliday, and the United States vs. Haas, (3 Wallace 407). lo enable a person to buy or sell the live stock ot an Indian, beyond the Indian country or an Indian res ervation, a license is necessary. No license can anywhere legalize selling liquor to Indians. United States vs. Holliday, and United States vs. Haas, (3 Wallace 407). License cannot authorize the pur chase, by one not an Indian, of the arms, or clothing, or implements of labor, or domestic utensils, of an In dian or Indians. It is not pretended or alleged that the claimants in the present case, or any of them, have sold or offered to sell liquor to the Indians, or that they have infringed any ot the other pro visions of our Indian intercourse laws, or that they have indulged in any un conscionable practices with the Ind ians or with others. On the contrary, it is matter of public notoriety here that they have done much to advance agriculture among the Indians and in the neighboring settlements, by im portation and distribution of seeds as well as by other similar services. The certificate ot provable cause, m this case, was withheld by the judge of the Court below, because nothing appeared in the case to show any probable cause ior the seizure ot the property in controversy. By the Act of Congress concerning Frauds on the revenue, of March 2, 799, (1st, Stats, at L., 677), it is pro vided, Section 89, that in prosecutions for seizure under that Act, " if it shall appear to the Court, before whom such prosecution shall be tried, that there was reasonable cause for such seizure, the slid Court shall cause a proper certificate or entry to be made thereoi, fcc. It no probable cause appears in any case such as this for the seizure of the property in con troversy, the Judge is not justifiable m making such entry or certihcate. No such cause appearing in the pres ent case, the certihcate was jroperJy omitted. Nothing appearing in this case to show that the property in controversy therein, was at anytime within an Indian reservation, or in an Indian country, or that there was any prob able cause tor the seizure ot the said property, or that the claimants have in any particular infringed the laws of the United States regulating trade and intercourse with the Indians or any of the said laws the decree of the District Court of the First Judicial District of Arizona, made in this case, hereby arhrmed, and the certificate of probable cause is refused. JOHN Titus, C. J. I concur in the judgment: Tweed, Associate Justice Everybody should be cautious in traveling now. Reports from all quarters show that the Indians are leaving the posts, or have left, or are saucy and insolent. That they have lately been stealing and murdering, the proofs aro too abundant. We notify the country at largo that any reports made by Whitman, of Grant, ;arding the condition of the Indians are untrustworthy. By his own ac tions, he stands disgraced on the army record, and before the august tribunal of public opinion, he appears thor oughly contemptible. Carefully read the- Supreme Court opinion in .this paper. Disposition of Troops. General Orders No. 2, of date Jan uary 9, Department Headquarters, give tho annexd important informa tion: Upon their arrival in the Depart ment, the Field, Staff, Band and com panies of the Twenty-third Infantry, will proceed to take station as follows : Field, Staff and Band, Fort Whip ple. Company " A," Camp Apache. Company " B," Camp Date Creek. Company " C," Camp McDowell. Company " D," Camp Crittenden. Company " E," Camp Lowell. Company " F," Camp Bowie. Company " G-," Camp Hualpai. Company " 11," (Jamp Grant. Company "I," Camp Verde. Company " K," Fort Whipple. The commanding officer of the reeri ment will remain at Fort Yuma, and superintend the movement of the com panies of his regiment from that point. Immediately, upon the arrival at its station ot a company of the Twen ty-thud, all the comapnies of the Twenty-first Infantry at the post, will be relieved from duty thereat, and placed en route, via Fort Yuma, Cal to the Department of the Columbia. General Orders No. 7, of date Jan uary 25, state : The Headquarters and companies of the Fifth Cavalry are assigned to stations as toilows : Headquarters, (temporarily Camp iUCJJowell. Companies "A," "B," "C," " G' and ' H, at Camp McDowell. Lompauy "D, Camp Bowie. Company " E," Camp Date Creek. Company " F," in the Field, Post Umce address, Tucson. Companies "I," "L," and "M,' Camp Grant. Company "K, Camp Hualpai. The commanding officer of the reeri ment, will give the necessary instruc tions for the execution of this order, and will then proceed (not later than April 1st, next,) with the Headquar ters, Staff and Band of his regiment to, and take station at. Camp Hualpai, Arizona Territory. We have a report by a former offi cer at Yuma, that prominent military officers in San Francisco are strongly urging the construction of a telegraph by government from Saa Diego to Arizona City. HOMES FOE ALL. T HE GILA RIVER DITCH COMPANY OFFER INDUCEMENTS NEVER BEFORE EQUALLED TO THOSE SEEKING HOMES, By proposing to sell water rights in their jjitch, winch is of suthcicnt capacity to irrigate FIFTY THOUSAND ACRES Of ILantl, Either for cash, or will allow 2 per day ana uoaraing ior labor on the ditch. The ditch is now opened for a consider able distance. The lands have been sur veyed by the United States and are now open to pre-emption and homestead en tries. The Company's Ditch is situated in the south bend of the Gila river, 150 miles from Yuma, and is regarded safe from hostile Indians. The Climate is Magnificent. Tim. fJrnnn. Oramm. Lfitnnn. Almrmil. Olive and Walnut can be grown, as well as all grains and vegetables, and an un failing supply of water is guaranteed. For further particulars, apply to Alex ander Mckey, Superintendent of Com pany, Maricopa Wells, A. T., or Albert G. Decker, Secretary, Gila Bend, on the premises. ALBERT DECKER, no4-tf Secretary Gila Ditch Company. LOST. kN JANUARY lb', 1873, IN TUCSON, ' A. T.. a due bill for 8600 currencv. signed by the undersigned in favor of Henry Mills, and the public is hereby cautioned that said due bill was paid in presence of witnesses and is therefore worthless and will not be paid again. THOMAS JSWixNG. Tucson, Jan. 20, 1872. ja20-lm S. Silverberg. San Francisco, Cal E. N. FISH & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ....DEALERS IX General Merchandise TUCSON. . . .ARIZONA. Have , constantly on hand a large and well selected stock of DRY GOODS, DRY GOODS, DRY GOODS, CLOTHING. CLOTHING CLOTHING BOOTS & SHOES BOOTS & SHOES BOOTS & SHOES GROCERIES & PROVISIONS GROCERIES & PROVISIONS TOBACCO TOBACCO CIGARS CIGARS HARDWARE HARDWARE And the choicest descriptions o LIQUORS, IVmES, dc, LIQUORS, 1VINES, dc, October 14, 1870. 1-tf ARMY SUPPLIES. TJEEF AND MUTTON, on Hoot Or Block, in Arizona. SEALED PROPOSALS, in duplicate with a copy of this advertisement attached to each duplicate ot the bid, will be re ceived by the undersigned, at this office (No. 70d Market street, ban Irancisco California), until 12 o'clock M., THURS DAY, February 20,1872, (when they will be opened),for the supply and delivery.liveor slaughtered, at each and every one of the Military posts now or hereaiter established in Arizona Territory, of all the Beef and Mutton that may be required for the troops stationed thereat, during the year commencing July 1st, lb72. 1'roposals to express prices in U. b. paper-note cur rency. The supply will probably require about 2,000 Beeves and 1,000 Wethers Copies of the present contract and of the las'; previous one, with detailed in structions to bidders, upou which pro posals should be based, can be obtained at this office, and from the Commissaries at the following places, viz: Yuma Depot, lucson, and Don, Whipple, Arizona lern tory; banta Jbc, JNcw Mexico: bau Anto nio, Texas; Chicago, Illinois; St. Louis, Missouri; Fort Leavenworth, Kansas; Omaha, .Nebraska; and Portland, Oregon r roposals will be received for one or any number of posts. As guarantee that the contract will be executed if awarded, no bid will be con sidered without an accompanying deposit ot So.UUO currency or the official certihcate ol the Commissary at one of the above designated places tha4 such deposit has been received by him. Bidders are invited to be present at the opening ol the bids. I he right is reserved ot accepting or re jecting any bid as may be deemed best for the interest of the United btates. 31. D. L. SI3IPSON, Licut.-Col., A. C. G. S. Office of the Chief Commissary of Sub sistence, 3Iihtary Division of the Pacific, ban jtrancisco, l,al., Aov. M, 161; ja27-4t. J. F. BENNETT & CO., SOTJTHCBS,3Sr Overland. i3Xall and. Express Comp a ny , A times a week, from Tucson to the Burro Mines, where they connect with Coaches For All Parts of New Mexico, Texas, Chihuahua and Eastern States. -Particular Attention paid to carry- ig Express 3fattcr, and comfort of Pass engers. Office at .LasinsKy o. b siorc, Tucson. (no!3tf) TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.! ALL PERSONS Alii!; imnnni cau tioned against negotiating two certain promissory notes, bearing date Arizona Citv A. T., November 0, 1871, for 500 each, urawu uy . . uw"", Hellings, favor of C. W. C. Rowell, paya i.oi. oiifl siv months after date, as said notes were obtained by false rcpre- x-i; A imt Vio Tinirl f mo. scniauuiis, " i'"" tunty- ... -o . L herewitn aenounuu j. . v. nun u& ninmitifmtnrl scoundrel, and holdmvself pcrsonalyrcsponsible for this language. E. N. Fish, Tucson, A. T. Tucson Postal Directory. "Office open from 8 a. m. tol p. m. except on Sundays, when it will be open from 9 lo 10 a. m. until farther notice. Mails West Close at '3 p. m. and depart at 4 on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur days. Mails JEast Depart Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11 a. in. Mails ArortA Buck-board on Mondays and horseback on Thursdays. Mails for Tubac and Sonora Depart Monday ui o a. m. ARIZONA OFFICIAL DIEECTOEY. Pcderal. Delegate in Congress.... R. C. JlcCormick Governor, A; P. K. Safford; res., Tucson Territorial Secretary, Coles Bashford " Supt. of Indian Affairs, Herman Bcndell. Chief Just.. John Titus, 1st Dist., Tucson Associate, Isham Reavis, 2d " La Paz " (j. A. iweea, oa " rrescoii U. S. Attorney, Jas. E. jrcCaffry. Tucson, U S 3Iarshal, I. Q. Dickuson. U S Surveyor Gen'l, John Wasson, Tucson Reg'r Land Office; H.A.Eastman, Prescott Receiver " George Lount, ' U S Col. In. Rev., Thomas Cordis, Prescott Assessor " H. A. Bigelow, " U S Special Mail Agent, I. N. Dawlcy U S Denositarv. C. H. Lord. Tucson Dep'y CoFr 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 County. Probate Judge, John Anderson, Tucsoa- District Attorney, J. IS. JHc.Calircy, " Sheriff; II. Ott, " Recorder, Oscar Buckalew, 11 Treasurer, J. 11. Archibald, ( J. W. Sweney, Supervisors, L. 31. Jacobs", " I P. R. Tally, TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. Justice of the Peace, C. H. Sfeyen. Justice of the Peace, w. J. Osborn. Constable, John 3Iillcr. Military. General Georne Crook, Twenty-third In fantry, Commanding. STAFF. Cantain A. DT. JMckerso. Twenty-third. Infantry, A.D. C. & A. A. A. Gen'l. Second lieutenant wm. J. Jtoss, swemy- first Infantry, Aide-de- Camp. Second Jjieulenant Jonn u. Jioume, u mra Cavalry, Aide-de- Camp. Major J. J. Dana, tytartcrmasier, Maior A. W. Evans. Third Cavalry, Act ing Chief Commissary of Subsistence. Surgeon JS. 1. Mailey, Jdeacat mreeior. Major Charles J. Spramte.Hiy Department, Ch ief Paymaster. ' THE CITIZEN JOB - OFFICE -SUPERIORJ facilities Tor rx-intlnff ALL KINDS OF iEGAL' 33LAKKS, STOCK CERTIFICATES, . : PROGRAMMES, BILL-HEADS, ; POSTERS, :;c; veil ha CARDS, ENVELOPS, LETTER-HEADS, INVITATIONS, ICKETS, . TC, CHEAPLY, Neatly and. to Order 8gT3Iilitary posts supplied' with blanks of everv description, as Vouchers, Quar termaster's Receipts, &c. &c. Orders from any post, station, miniDC camp, where there is a mail or express, re- spectiuiiy sonciicu. B LANK FORAGE RECEIPTS, handy to have in the house of stationkecp- , &c, for sale. Sent by mail, for cash