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J' vou nr. TUCSON, PIMA OOTJKTY, A. T., SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1873. E"o. 22. CITIZEN SATURDAY. )u-Copy, one vcar, - - - $500 inc Copy, six months - 3 00 Mngle numbers - - - 25 Twelve lines in this type, onesq. )ih! square, ten lines, one time 3 00 Each subsequeitt insertion 1 50 "rnfessiOHtil cards, per month 3 00 Plain death notices, free. Obituary re murks in prose, $8 per square; in poetry, c;2 0 per line. Bimnotx Adivrtixetncnts at fiviitced lints. Office MnUhsitie. (Jtturt-howx Piaza. JOHN WASSOX, Proprietor. Authorized Agents for The Citizen. W. X. Kclley, newsdealer nt Present t, -i i- The Citizen for pahs. I- P. Fisher, 20 and 21 New Merchants' Exchange, is our authorized Agent in San I'i aucisco. iineidcr Griurson A Co Arizona City J'. Irvino-A Co Phcnix ri. A.T!isrel6w will receive and receipt ''r money for TnK Citizhn at Prescott. Professional Cards, Adv'ts, Etc. ,T. ID. McCAFFKY, I'. S. District Attornev for Arizona. TUCSON, AKIZONA. Office on Congress street. ltf Altornev and Counsellor at Law, Congress Stkebt, Tucson. my4-tf II H. CAUTTEK. n. H. CAKTTER, .IK. H.H. Cartter & Son, ltorncys and C:t-;icors-at-3Law. l'UKSCOTT, YAYAl'AI CO., ARIZONA, ill attend to business in all the courts i f thi-'Territory. ja25 bin. O L. Yl JSJV OIIS GxiAJ. Attorncy-ai-I-aw aud Notary Public, Arizona City, Yuma Co , A. T. Will practice in all the Courts of theTer t; torv ,j.n'l'tir the State of California. deH.tf Omen ox Meyer Street. Opposite Marsh's Restanrant. aul2-tf it. a. wilbuk, nr. r. OPFICE: orner Stone and Convent Streets, Tucson, A. T. l(itf COLES liAII IOJSl, ATTORNEY - j&JJ? - TUCSON ARIZONA. Will practice in all the courts of the Territory. ltf PIONEER fSEWS DEPOT AND CIGAR STORE. u mHE LATEST NEWSPAPERS, PERI JL odicals, Magazines aud Novels. Also, a line assortment of Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes, Etc., O'.i.at&nth' on hand. J. S. MANSFELD, Lesiu6ky'B block, oongress-st, Stf Tucson, Arizona F N. Fisn. S Silvkruero. i'ueson. San Francisco, "us. Cui.LiNG"n'OOD, Florence. E N. FB8H & CO., MAIN" ST.,. FLORENCE, A. T. W iiolesale and Retail - DEALERS i" Ceneral Merchandise. HAVE constantly on hand a la nre and well selected stock of Dry Goods, i iothing, Boots and Shoes, (inn-cries, I -visions, Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco, IardWare, etc., which we will s.-l! a' r V iry lowest prices. wr, iCn TTfiv and Grain. t-onM,.t. 1 y on hand 'to supply tc Public 5-t ! . BLANKS IN CURRENT USE H Justices of the Peace are kept rca-iy united at The Citizen office, and lor s.i at moderate prices in cash. LD TYPJE, SUPERIOR TO ' BABBIT METAL for boxing, for at The Citizek rftk-c. THE ARIZONA IS PUBLISHED EVERY Law Governing Boards of Supervi sors in Arizona Territory. An act prescribing the powers and duties of the boards of supervisors in the sev eral counties if this Territory. Be it enacted by the legislative assembly of the Teriitory of Arizona: Section 1, There shall be in each of tho comities of this Territory a hoardof supcr-vi.-ors to consist of three meuibcrs who shall bo elected in the same manner as other county officers, and to possess such qualifications and have such powers as bcreinalter given. Sec. 2. Said supervisors shall be quali fied electors of their respective counties and shall be elected at a general '-etion; ihey shall enter upon their dutu n tho first day of January subsequent to th'.-ir e.eclion. One member of s-ueh board to hold office for the period of four year?, and two mcml-crs to hold office for the period of two years or until their successors are elected aud qualified; and no county or township officer shall bo eligible to tho office of supervisor. The si pervisors now in office in each coun'y of tlio Territory, fhall at the r regular meeting in April A. D. 1873, decide by lot their respective terms of office, one holding for the term of four years and two holding for the term of tuo years ; the term of oli.ee of each com mencing on the first day of January A. D. 187:!. And hereafter at each general elec tion, tvo supcrvi-ors shall be elected who j shall hold their office, one for the term of four years and one for tho term of two years ; the two supervisors having the ! shortest term to serve shall decide by lot which one of them shall be chairman of j the bonrd. The two members of the board I hereafter elected at each general election, shall ut tho first general meeting of the boiiid alter their qualification as such supervisors, decide by lot which of the two shall hold tor tour years and which lor two years, and the member holding over shall be chairman of the board and the county recorder shall be clerk cf the boaid. Sec. 3. '1 he regular mee ings of the board of supervisors shall be held at the county seat of their respective counties on the first Monday of January, April, July and October of each year, and shall con tinue without final adjournment until all the business before them is- disposed of. The board shall also meet on the second Monday after each general election to canvas election leturns. Sec. 4. If at any time after tho final adjournment of a regular meeting, the busincs of the county shall require meeting of the board, u special meeting of the same may be called by a majority of the board. The call shall be entered on the n cords of tho board, and the clerk shall give at least three d:iys notice of such special meeting to any member of the board not joining in the call : the call shall specif;' tue business to be performed and no other shall bo transacted at such spe cial meeting. Sec. 5. A majority of the board shall form a quorum for the tiansaction f busi ness and all sessions of the board shall be public. The clerk shall keep a full and complete record of all the proceedings oi the board, and all their pi occedings shall be entered upon the records, and the vote of each member on every question where there is a division shall be entered upon the record. The record of the proceedings shall be Mgncd by the chairman and clerk of the hoard. See 0. The county recorders cf the several counties in this Teriitory shall re ceive the following annual salary, to be paid quarterly out of the general fund of the county, for their services as clerks of tho i.oard of supei visors of their county, to-wit: The count', reeoider of Pima county, four hundred dollars : the county reeoider of Yavapai county, tho sum of four hundred dollars ; the county recorder of luina county, tho sum of four hundred dollars; the county recorder of Maricopa county, the sum t t ur hundred dollars; the county reeoider of Mohave county, the sum of four hundred dollars; and no other fees or compensation shall ho allowed for any service connected with the services rendeied as such clerk of the board of supervisors. Sec. 7. The records, books and account f the board sh.ill be kept at the office of the county recorder of each county, and in his care, and shall at all times be open to public inspection freo of chaige. j See. 8. The board of supervisors shall j liavo power and jurisdiction in their re spective counties: Is. To make orders respecting the property of the county in ! conformity with any law of this Territory' and to take care of and preserve such property. 2d. To examine, settle and al low all accounts legally chargeable against tho county, and to levy for the purposes prescribed by law such amount of taxts on the assessed value of real and personal property in tho county as may be authorized by law. 3d. To examine and audit the accounts of all officers having the care, management, collection or disbursement of any money belonging to the county, or ap propriated by law or otherwise for its use i and benefit. 4th. lo lay out, construct I 1 .., -.wl . :i c """s f""' v mB "Pf and bridges within tho county, in all eases whcio tho law does not otherwise provide, and to make such orders as may be neces sary and requisite to carry their control and management into effect. 5th. To take cuie of and provide for tho indigent sick of tho county, and to procure suitable medical attendance for such indigent sick, tith. To divide tho county into townships and to change tho divisions of the same and o create now townships as tho con veuionco of tho county may require. 7th. To establish and change election precincts and to appoint inspectors and judges of election. 8th. To control and manage tho property, real and peisonal, of the county, and to receive any property donated for the use and benefit ot the county. Uih. To lea'e or purchase any rcul or personal property necessary for the u.o of the county: provided no nurchasc of real property shall bu made, unlcw? the value of tho same bo previously estimated by three ditintercsied persons to b appointed by the probato judge. 10th. To sell at public auction, after at least thirty days public notice pre vious ft. 5iieh sale, any property belonging to tho county and cause the same to be conviyni, applying the proceeds of such oaL to tho ase of the county, inn. 10 cause to be erected a court-house, jail ami such other public buildings as may necessary for county purposes, and to keep the same in repmr: provided that the cou tract for building any public buildings b let out after at least thirty days previous public notice, in each case, of a readiness to receive proposals therefor, to the lowest responsible bidder who will give sutiicie security for the performance of any contrac: awarded to him, and such toard may reserv the right to ieiect anv and all .bids. 12th To control the prosecution or defense all suits to which tho coun'y is a party 13th. To extend by resolution the tim fixed bv law, in which the sheriff, lax-collector, shall make his return to th county treasurer; but. such extensii shall in no instance exceed thirty day beyond tho time fixed by general law fo such return. 14th. To establish such rules and regu a' ions in reference to tho mana: mcnt of the interests and business con corns of the county, and in reference the mode of proceedings before such boar as they shall deem necessary and prop in all matters not otherwise specially pro vided for by law. 15th. To provide suita ble safes and vaults for the depository the moneys, books, records, and papers the several county officers. lGth. To fill by appointment all vacancies in townshi and county offices, unless otherwise prov ded by law. 17th. To do and perform all such other acts and things as may be nee essary to the full discharge of the powers and jurisdiction conferred on tho board Sec. 1). The books, records, and ac counts of tho board of supervisors sha bo depc.-itcd with the county recorde and shall be open without charge to tb examination of at y peison. It shall b the duty of tho cleik to designate upo every account upon which any sum sha be audited and allowed by the board, th amount so audited and allowed, and th charges for which the same was allowed Sec. 10. If upon any settlement wit the Measurer, or upon any examination u the accounts and affair ot his olhcc. or a an other time the board of supervisors o any county shall find that such trensurer has lost, used, misapplied or converted to his own use any 1 1 the public moneys, pa pen-, or vouchers which shall have come into his possession as such treasuier, and they shall bo ot opinion that the publ interest requires it, they shall immediately enter into aud take posscs.-ion ot all th moneys, looks, papers, vouchers, effect and property pertaining to said otliee o treasurer, aud make a true .-tateuicut an inventory thereof, which statement and inventory shall be filed with the clerk o said board, and emoted at large upo their records ; tbey shall then by orde entered upon their records, suspend such treasurer and appoint some suitable per.-on to fa -1 the omen ot treasurer until the charges against the trea.-urer so suspended rhall be determined ; and the person so ap pointed treasurer, shall give the bond and take the oath of office in tho same manner and within the time required by law of persons appointed to the offico oftreas uicr. Immediately upon the suspension of a treasurer trom omcc, the board o sunervisors thall notify the district at torney of the count' of the r action in the premises, :ind it shall be his duty to insti tute proceedings as soon as practicable in such eiurt or before such officer as may have jurisdiction of tho matter for the re moval of such treasurer so suspended from office. If upon filial hearing before a court or officer having jurisdiction of the subiect matter, such treasurer be exoner ated, and be not removed from his offico of treasuier, the court or oincer beiore whom tho cause is heard, shall by order restore such treasurer to his said office, and he shall be allowed as taxable costs against the county, the amount of fees and per quisites received by his successor in office during his su-pension, together with his costs and disbursements necessarily ex pended in tho defense of such proceedings, which costs and fees shall bo a county charge, and he may again forthwith enter upon tho discharge ot the duties of his nffic.fi as treasurer, and tho person so appointed during his suspension, shall at once turn over iu auxu UCa:uu mi iue moneys, books, and property of said office in his hands and take receipts therefor. Sec. 11. Upon tho death or abscond ing of any county trea?urer, tho said hoard shall take the same proceedings in regard to me iuuu -uo w, u,3 office aud the statement and inventory thereof as is provided in tue next preced ing' sec ion, and shall retain the same until a successor oi sucu treasurer is elected or appointed, and upon the quali fying of such treasurer, said moneys, books and effects shall be turned over to him. Sec. 12. The board of supervisors shall cause to be prepared within the jail of their respective counties, so many cells lor tho confinement of convicts as may bo deemed necessary. Soc. 13. The board of supervisors shall have power lo establish by name, or num ber, election precincts within their respec tive counties whenever: 1st. A territory shall contain twenty or more legal voters living in proximity to each other, and at a distance of more than six mi es from any other precinct established by law. 2d. When application shall be made to such board by eight or more of such legal voters to havo such election precinct established. Sec. 14. Whenever the requirements of the preceding section shall have been com plied with, the board may grant the appli cation and establish such election precinct. Sec. 15. Every precinct thus established shall remain until altered or discontinued by s-aid board, and at each general elec tion held therein, after such precinct shall bo established, tho qualified electors thereof may elect one justice of the peace and one constable for such precinct. Sec. 16. No election precinct shall be considered a body politic and corporate for any purpoe whatever, nor shall they havo or exercise any powers except such as are expressly given by law. Sec. 17. The board of supervisors may require any officer whose salary or com pensation is paid by tho county, to make report under oath to them on any subject or matter connected with tho duties of his office, and may require such officers to give such bonds or further additional bonds as shall be reasonable or necessary for tho faithful performance of thoir respective du ties ,- and any such officer who shall neg lect or refuse to make such report, or to give such bond within ten days aftei being so required, may be removed from offico by such board, and tho office declared vacant, and such board may fill such vacancy for the unexpired portion of the time for which such officer was elected or appointed: pro vided that the provisions of this section shall not apply to tho office' of probate judge. Sec. 18. Whenever any member of said board of supervisors is pecuniarily inter ested in any question before them, the pro bate judge shall act as a member of such board, and for such purpose shall possess all the powers aud be subject to all the liabilities of any member of said board. Sec. 19. The board of supervisors shall act as a board of equalization in their re spective counties. Sec. 20. The board of supervisors shall also act as a board of canvassers and de clare the election returns and cause a cer tificate of election to be given hy the clerk to any person whom they shall find to have been legally elected to any uounty, town ship or precinct office wi'hin the county: provided that the probate judge shall can vass the election returns as to supervisors, and shall cause the clerk to give to each person electei to tlio office of supervisor a certificate of election. See. 21. Tbe said board may authorize the sheriff of the proper county to offer a reward not exceeding live hundred dollars in any one ease, for the apprehension of any person convicted or charged with th commission of a crime, and who is at lar Se". 22 All expenses incurred by any ot said boards under thoprovisions of tL act shall be cnarge.ibie to the proper county, aud chiill bo audited and paid the same as other clam s again.it th county. Sec. 23. All vacancies in county an town.-hip offices, except that of probat iudge. shall be filled by appointmo t of some suitable person to nil such olliee, by the board ot supervisors, such persons s appointed to hold office uniil the next suc ceeding election, or until ttieir successors are elected and qualified. Sec. 24. A copy ot any proceedings re quired by law to be filed or recorded by the clerli ot saiu Doaru oi supervisors, uui certified by such clerk shall be deemed and taken to bo prima tacie evidence oi the cou tents thereof, in all courts and places with in this Territory. Sec. 25. Each member of said board shall bo allowed a compensation of fivedol lats per day for his services while in actual attendance at the sittings ot said board upon tho businessof the county, and twenty cents per mile tor each mile traveled in oing to aud returning from tho place of such meeting, to bo audited and pmd by he county: provided the total per diem of each supervisor shall not exceed the sum of two hundred and twenty-uvo dollars for any one year, aud that no mileage shall bo allowed or paid except lor traveling to and from regular quarterly meetings of the board. 26. The said board of supervisors shall not audit and allow their own ac counts, but the same shall be audited and allowed by the probate judge of their re- pectivc counties. See. It. .Nothing herein contained shall abridge the powers and duties of any board supervisors, or any member thereof which they may possess under any other law of this Territory and not provided for in this act. ec. 28. All persons elected to the office f supervisor of anv county of this Terri tory, shall take the oath of office within ten days before their term of office shall com- ence, and any person appointed to such IB ce shall take such oath within ten days fter they receive notico of their appoint ment. Section 29. Chapter nine of the Howell Code entitled "Of the local administration f counties," and "An act creating a board . f Supervisors in the soveral counties of the Territory," approved December 30, 18.65, and "An act to amend section. six of an act entitled An act creating a board of Supervisors in the several counties of the Territory," approved February 18, 1871, are hereby repealed. Sec. 30. Thi3 act shall be in force from and after its passage. Approved February 7, 1873. TERRITORY OF ARIZONA, 1 Office of the Secretary, j I hereby cert.fy that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of tho enrolled law on file in my office. Given under my hand and seal this 3d day of March, A. D., 1873. COLES BASUFORD, Secretary of Arizona Territory. PROPOSALS FOR GRAIN, HAY AND WOOD. Headquarters Department of Arizona,") Chief Quartermaster's Office, Prescott, A. T., February 15, 1873. J S' IS All ED PROPOSALS In TR1P- icate, with a copy of this advertise ment attached to each, will be received at this office until noon, Saturday, March 29, 1873, at which place and time they will be opened (bidders having the privilege of being present,) for supplying all, or a rea sonable proportion of the CORN, BAR LEY, HAY and WOOD, which may be required during the fiscal year commencing July 1st, 1 873, at each of the Depots and Posts in the Department of Arizona. In conformity with general order No. 57. Wcr Department, A. G. 0. 1871, local pro posals will also be received up to the same hour and. date by the Quartermaster at each cf the Depots aud Poats, for furnishing all, or a reasonable proportion of the Grain, Hay and Wood required there. Grain to be delivered in sacks, which are to becomo the property of the U. S., aud Hay in stacks, either baled or loose. All supplies furnished are to bo of good merchantable quality, and to be delivered at such times, and in such quantities as may be designated by proper authority. The quantities stated herein arc approxi mate, and arc subject to increase or diminu tion during tho fiscal year: DEPOTS AND POSTS. Whipple Depot and Port Whipple. Barley, 5S5.000 lbs.; Corn, 585,000 lbs.; Hay, 1,766,000 lbs.; Wood, 310 cords hard, 1,0H0 cords soft. Yuma Depot and Fort Yuma. Bar ley, 105,000 tb3.; Hay, 279,000 tbs. ; Wood, 600 cords soft. Tucson Depot aud Camp XowcII. Barley, 617,000 lbs.; Corn, 300,000 lbs.; Hay, 1,416,000 lbs.; Wood, 1,000 cords soft. Camp Apache. Corn, 840,000 lbs. ; Hay, 1,281,000 tt3.; Wood. 230 cords hard, 790 cords j-oft. Camp Bealc Springs. Barley, 36. 000 lbs. ; Hay, 72,000 lbs.; Wood, 80 cords hard, 290 cords soft. Camp Bowie. Barley, 228,000 lbs.; Corn, 228,000 tbs.; Hay, 709,000 lbs.; Wood, 350 cords hard. Camp Date Creek. Barley, 313,000 tbs.; Corn, 156,000 lbs.; Hay, 734,000 lbs.; H ood, 150 cords hard, 530 cords soft. New Post at Mt. Graham. Barlev, 840,000 lbs.; Corn, 420,000 lbs.; Hay, 1,907', 000 lbs.; Wood,270 cords hard, 960 cords soft. Camp Hualpai. Barlev, 229,000 lbs.; Corn, 229,000 tbs.; Hay, 709,000 lbs.; Wood, 580 cords soft. Camp McDowell. Barley, 1,000,000 tbs.; Corn, 871,000 lbs.; Hay, 2,848,000 lbs.; Wood, 400 cords haid, 800 cords soft. Camp iMohave. Uarlcy, 159,000,, lbs.; Hay, 150,000 tb--.; Wood, 300 cords soft. Camp Verde. Barlty, 422,000" lbs.; Corn, 422,00(1 lbs.; Hay, 1,283,000 lbs.; 70u cords of soft Wood. Each proposal must be accompanied by a guarantee signed by two responsible per sons, whose responsibility must be certified by an officer of the U. S. civil or military service, that in case the bid is accepted the bidder will at once execute a contract with a satisfactory bond in one-fourth tho imount of the contract. The right to re ject any or all bids is reserved by tLo United State3. Blank forms of proposal and further information may be obtained from this office and from tho Depot and Post Quartermasters. Envelopes of propo sals intended for this offico to be endorsed "Proposals for forage and fuel," and ad dressed to the undersigned. Local propo sals, under generaL orders No. 57, to bo addressed to the Quartermaster of the Depot or Post for which tho bid is intended and endorsed as above. By order of the Department Commander. J. J. DANA, Chief Quartermaster Dept. of Arizona, f!5-4t. Major and Quartermaster U.S.A. Notice- THE COLORADO STEAM NAVIGA tion Company's festeairislirp PTe bern Leaves San Francisco for mouth of Col orado river op 'irst of every month, cou- nnethi"- with, river boats. Dreimt landed at Yuma in twelve (12) days from San Francisco. Agencies of the Company tHO Front street, San Francisco, California: Vumaaud Ehrcnberg-, A. T. J. FOLIIAMUS, Jr., ' lyjj-iy (icncral Superintendent. TTIiNE IMPORTED HAVANA CIGARS X! and best Brands of Chewinsr aud Smoking Tobaccos to be had at J . S. MANSFELD' S Pioneer Cigar Store.