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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 15 October 1870

TUB AKIZ02U 01 TIZ Ei, ruuLianKD' evby Saturday at " j TUCSON, PIMA 'COUNTY, A. T. ' l -o SUBSCRIPTION RATES One C-npy, one Ttjar, Xm Copy, six months,., fclnsrlc numbers. .t L0 1 :.Oo! S5. . .-r-iwiJTTTVf T.vuAi.RiTES .j Or square, tun lina, one time $8.00. F.'HbbeiaentiDaerlJ6n... L50. Professional per m&nth o.OJ. Tf.. , r.-Hnrufi Alt bills due monthly, Oiace in Cofljrrej -ttatl Block. ; -.JOfiLN WAAiON, Aixthofissil i)?ents for tfeo Citizan, Hudson -c- Menet . . 1 I. FioJior V. K. Bancroft... G Vv. Baraard Keliej-..., .... .New York. vHzona City, j - . -s-Reliable Correspondence ppllcited frcm all parts of the Territory. Aaony-1 nious caiainniciition be tmaotieed. I :?ro on business and for publication ' 6r,nuld be addressed -to the jiropriotor to jr? prompt attention. i PRIfiTiiyiO JY .llVr.'JcolUatediiadoscctttcdwithi'""'""'," vi v . -y. T'rumotTil-s?, and nt Benson- j McCo- nuek. At the time this exio-- ' ,M ,!"; a rr'EN oFFICB- ' j Hon was attempted, h.3, in a .spi it of ...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 15 October 1870

THE ARIZONA' CITIZEN. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1870. For Delegate to Congress. RICHARD C. McCORMIC SfcCOItMICK'S PLATFORM. In the brief letter to the now recre ant editor of the "Arizonan," in which Governor McCoruiick announced him self as a candidate for re-election, ho stated that he should run. upon ths same plain platform upon which he ran in 1868. . Hero it is in full, aud we ask, can anything be more in ac cordance with what the people want at this time? TO THE PEOPLE 01" AEIZ0NA. Tucson, March 12, 1S68. In. accordance with the smriresticns of friends in each county, I hereby present myself as a candidate for Del egate to Congress at the ensuing gen eral election, "Wednesday, June '6. If elected I will vigorously labor to procure from Congress and the De partments those measures of assistance to which the people are entitled and which are essential to the speedy and successful development of the rich re sources of the Territory. richard c. Mccormick. INTRODUCTORY. The people of ...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 15 October 1870

THE ARIZONA'CITIZEN. 8ATTJRDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1870 a! Drtteifrgenc P. W. Djoner took out naturalization papers before judge Titus this week. Sweet Potatoes sold at 20 cents per pound in Tucson yesterday, Wbathkk lias been a little cooler in fct quite refreshing during the past week, nd health of the city is good. Likot. Rilst. of the Tucson post, left on Wednesday for Camp Crittenden with five recruits. K. W. Clauk, Esq. and Don Leopoldo Carrillo returnod on Wednesday last from Jlagdalena, Mexico. Tub train of llr. Ainza left on Thursday l&st, laden with government freight fo Camp Tbonia in White Mountains. Toonisoiia Melon'3 are still coming into. market, and still at frosa 50 cents to 51,25. A. medium quality of Sonora apples retail ed ut 11,25 per dozen. Mr.IsilclIaTd', farmer aCalaDazas, nd Yi3es ub that a tine quality of potatoes tinds a ready market in Tucson at 8 cents j per pound. i J. S. Mansfield supplies the Tucson; public with all thelatest newspapers andl liCerary per...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 15 October 1870

ELSCTaOH.LAWS. ; Printed y Authority for the Con venience of Inspectors, Judges, Clerks, aud Voters, at the , General Election, November Sin, $870 Sec 1. Titeee shall be held through out the Territory, on the first Wednes day in Juno of each yea-, an eleo'ion for memb.T3 or the Legislative Assjuuly, and such officers as may be required uy b j called the general election: Provi.1-i ed that numoJrs of Legislative Councd ' B ia.l be elated for two years. Or THE DISAIJILITIES AND QUALIFICA TIONS 01? E- H : O ;s. Sec G. Every white male citizen of th? United States, and evey -white xnale citizen of of Mexico, wao shall have ol.-o'.d to become a ci'hron of the TJniedtSta4-e3 under th j trea'-y of peace exchanged aud railed at Quintevo on tnj 30 h day of May, 184S, and the Gasdjn troay of loo4,ofthj ivpof twenty-one year3, who shall have oeen a rosii .ut of the Torrilo-y six months next preceding the el.c'ion, and the county or precinct in which he claim' Mi vo'o ten days, shall b-e entLd ...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 22 October 1870

TUCSON, A T-, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1870. No. 2. Vol. I . THE ARIZONA CITIZEN, FUBLI8HED EVERY SATURDAY AT TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, A. T. -X o 1- 8UBSCRIPTI0N RATE3 : One Copy, one year, ?5-00. One Copy, six months.. 3.00. Siugle numbers 25. ADVERTISING LEGAL RATES. One square, ten lines, one time i'J.QO. Bach subsequent insertion 1.50. ?rofessional cards, per month 3.00. Business advertisements at reduced rates. All bills due monthly. Office in Congress Hall Block. JOHN WASSON, Proprietor. Authorized Agents for the Citizen. Hudson & Menet New York. I. P. Fisher San Francisco. W. II. Bancroft San Diego. G. W. Barnard Prescott. Kclley Arizona City. g3 Reliable Correspondence solicited from all parts of the Territory. Anony mous communications will be unnoticed. Letters on business and for publication ihould be addressed to the proprietor to Insure prompt attention. JOB OF all kinds solicited and executed with Neatness, Promptness, and at Reason able prices at the CITIZEN OFFICE. EDWA...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 22 October 1870

THE ARIZONA CITIZEN. SAIIMDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1870. For Delegate to Congress. RICHARD C. McCORMICK. 3?or Council. BjtuhS. Stevens, D. H. Stickney, EsTaVAN Ochoa, Fiiancisco S.Leon. For Assembly. W. MoiiOAN, R. Smith, E. Romano, E. H. Goodwin, J. W. Andekson. W. S. Fowler, J. D. "Walker. J. Eltas For Sheriff. H. OTT. JP-jrfvecorder. Ot? CAE BUCKALEW. Eor District Attornoy. J. E. McCAFFEEY. For Treasurer. J. H. ARCHIBALD. For Coroner. M. E. FLATT For Public Anininistrator. J. S. THAYEE. For Supervisors. JNO.W. SWENEY, FE. RUELLAS, SAMUEL HUGHES. Good news cuines to us from every quarter. Letters from Phenix say : Count on a majority in Salt river val ley, for McCormick. 0lie from Arizona city says : All alonsc the River McCormick will get nearly every vote. W. L- Fowler now in from San i edro reports : Of 17 votes there, Brady will get "but two. Mr. Hooker writes from Prescott to Captain Hinds, to not bet liisv money on Brady. A truthful man pyrites that he heard Brady "ask. in his maudl...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 22 October 1870

Tjijs aftlZOHA CITIZEN SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1S70. Local intelligence Patjiastcb Nelson will leave for Grant early next week. Doohkh's considerate attention is cal led to the List numbers of the San Diego Bclletin and Uxiox received in Tucson. Iek C. Trujian, editor of the San Diego Bulletin, has kindly forwarded welcome papers and periodicals to the Citizen. Many thanks. Tire city is infested with many bad vharacicrs. People should look well to their doors and loose property. Frank S. Aiding expects some oran ges, apples and other California fruits by stage in a few days. A few bottles of Mrs. Winslow's Sooth : lug Syrup is reported to be In demand at the Arizonan office. Our carrier may fail to find the residen "cs of some of our city subscribers on his first rounds. In such cases, notice and directions should be left at this office, and: -afterwards the oversight will not occur. Thirty recruits for Troops L and M, Tirt Cavalry, at Gamp Thomas, left Tuc son for that Post, last Tue...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 22 October 1870

ELECTBON LAWS. Printed by Authority for the Con venience of Inspectors, Judges, Clerks, and Voters, at the General Election, November 8th, 1870. Sec 1. There shall be held through out the Terrifory, on the first Wednes day in June of each year, an election for members of the Legislative Assembly, and such officers as may ba required by law to ba chosen at such election, to be called the general election: Provid ed that niemcers of Legislative Council shall be elected for two years. OF THE DISABILITIES AND QUALIFICA TIONS OF ELECT ORS. Sec 6. Every white male citizen of the United States, and every white male citizen of of Mexico, who shall lave elected to become a citizen of the United States under the treaty of peace exchanged and ratified at Qumtero on the 30th day of May, 1S4S, and the Gasden treaty of 1854, of the age of twenty-one years, who shall have been a resident of the Territory six months next Tjrecedinjr the election, and the county or precinct in which he claim bis vot...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 29 October 1870

vol a SATIRE No. 3S 39 THE ARIZONA CITIZEN, ITBLTillKD EVKRT SA.TCJKDAT AT TUCS02T, PIMA COUNTY, A. T. -X o - St'BSCRiniON KATES : One Copy, one year, $5.00. nu Copy, six months 15.00. Single numbers 5- $ o ADVERTISING LEGAL RATES. dne square, ten lines, one time $3.00. Each &u'i)c-uicnt insertion 1.50. Professional cards, per month 55.00. Business a'dvortisuments at -reduced rUs. All bills due monthly. Office in Congress Hall Block. JOHN WASSON, Proprietor. Authorized Aeats for the Citizen. Hudson & Menet. . . L. P. Fisher yf. II. Bancroft..... (2. W. Barnard Kellcy New York. .San Francisco. San Diego. , Preseott. ..Arizona City. Reliable Correspondence solicited from all parts of the Territory. Anony- :ons communications will be unnoticed. Letters on business and for publication should be addressed to the proprietor to insure prompt attention. r JOS PRINTING OF all kinds solicited and executed with Neatness, Promptness, and at Reason able prices at the CITIZEN OFFICE. 2DWA...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 29 October 1870

THE ARIZONA CITIZEN. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1870. aicCOHMICK'S PLATFORM. in the brief letter to the now recre ant editor of the " Arizonan," in which Governor McGormick announced him self as a candidate for re-election, he stated that he should run upon the same plain platform upon which he ran in 186S. Here it is in full, and we ask, can anything bo more in ac oordance with what the people want at this time ? TO THE TE0PL3 OF AP.IZ03TA. Tucson, March 12, 1868. In accordance with the suggestious of friends in each county, I hereby present myself as a candidate for Del egate to Congress at the ensuing gen oral election, "Wednesday, June 3. If elected I will vigorously labor to procure from Congress and the De partments those measures of assistance to which the people are entitled and which are essential to the speedy and successful development of the rich re sources of the Territory. richard c. Mccormick. Eor Delegate to Congress. richard c. Mccormick. For Council. HrnAir S. Stevens, ...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 29 October 1870

THE ARIZOJTA CITIZEN.1 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1870. ai (Intelligence. E. N. Fisu E3Q. and family sailed from Sau Francisco bv steamer of the 21st. He! comes via San Diego, having found by rrnctieal experience it the preferable. ) ? ite. Mr. Fisn will arrive here in course of a wctk from date, if he meet with no un lo-escen interruption. Gov. Baskfoud arrived at Wiekenburg on the 2od inst., but was detained there by business. "Will soon be in Tucson. Beadv will get a very trifling -vote in: Ifavapai, except on Salt itiver, and there not a majority. Bets in Yuma countv are freely offered that Brady will not, get ten votes in it, and find no takers. Thousands of dollars in Tucson are Traiting takers against Brady. Sr. M. Bornuez received n large lot of household goods from Sonora, Mcx., orly in the week. By the same train ofj eight large teams, much panocha, bran and leather arrived. Bran is not a duti able article and probably that accounts for its importation to Tucson. DuRrxa the wee...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 29 October 1870

KEJICANOS, ATENCION I Tucson, A. T., Oct. 25, 1870. AMIG03 Y COIIPATRIOTAS : I"To pu- diendo pormaneser mas en esta por evitarnielo negocios do mucha urgen cia,, me Talgo de'este medio para liacor llcgar entre TOSotro3, los opinionea y principios que tanio afectan I03 intere cea do nucstro territorio y sus habitan t's y muy particularmcaito I03 de nu oefcra raza. Eata, y no otra causa lia motivado mi ingerencia en mesclarnio on los asuntos politicos del Territorio, puea en el resultado de esta eleccion depsn do cl "bienestar y progreso del Terri torio, y la libertad igualdad o intere 3es do sus hahitantes. Conrpatriptas, muy pocos inesos me h&n "bastado para conoeer hasta que p'unto la mala o buena influencia del goviorno afecta los intereces del Terri toria y sus habitantes, y veo quo es jiiuclio mas quo en otros estados do la Union. Sinembargo no 03 sorpren donte, cuando calculamo3 quo el terri torio esta en su infancia, eontinua mento amagado por I03 barbaros, su agricultura ...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 5 November 1870

w fp w ww wn my TUCSON, A. Too SATURDAY, -NOVEMBER 5S 87. No, 4 Vai. THE ARIZONA CITIZEN, PUBLISHED EVEKY SATURDAY AT TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, A. T. -t o 1- SUBSCRIPTION EATES : One Copy, one year, r One Copy, six months o.OU. Single numbers 25- X o - ADVERTISING LEGAL RT E3. One. square, ten lines, one time 3.00. Each subsequent insertion 1.50. Professional eards, per month 3.00. Business advertisements at reduced rates. All bills due monthly. Otlice iu Congress Hall Block. JOHN WASSON, Proprietor. Authorized Agents for the Citizen. Kudson & Menet New York. L. P. Fisher San Francisco. W. H. Bancroft San Diego. G. W. Barnard Prescott. II. B. Kelley Arizona City. Reliable Correspondence solicited from all parts of the Territory. Anony mous communications will be unnoticed. Letters on business and for publication should be addres6ud to the proprietor to insure prompt attention. OF all kinds solicited and executed with Neatness, Promptness, and at Reason able prices at the CITIZEN OFFI...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 5 November 1870

THE ARIZONA CITIZEN. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1870. Eor Delegate to Congress. RICHARD C. McCORMICK. . For Council. Hiram: S. Stevens, D. H. Stickney EgTEVAK OCHOA, FBAXCISCO S LBOX For Assembly. "WiT. ilOEGAN-, RaMOX ROILUTO, F. H. Good-win, J. W. Axdehsox: W. L. Fowler, J. D. Walker, Eeeee Sinrci, Jtjan Eliab. For Sheriff. H. OTT. " For County Eecorder. OSCAR BUCKALEW. For District Attorney. J. E. McCAFFEY. For County Treasurer. J. H. ARCHIBALD. For Coroner. M. E. PLATT. For Public Administrator. J. S. THAYER. For Supervisors. JOHN" W. SWENEY. FRANCISCO ETJELLAS, SAMUEL HUGHES. We are sure to carry Ya vapai county. A dozen let ters from the most careful and best posted men say so, and that nearly all the lead ing true Democrats 'are with us. McCoKsncKwiLLbe in Tuc son next Monday- The wretch Dooner did not dare, to publish the letter of Indian Supt. Andrevs, but true to his instincts, did dare to belie its contents. VOTE FOH TUB PEOPLE'S TICKET. Every man, who is entitled to a vote, -...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 5 November 1870

n'Tru i DF? AY I f. T T T 7 "N" . SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1870. Local SnteHigep.ee. Tun galoot Do oner will please pardon ib lor omitting extended mention of him as our space is too precious to waste' upon such an obscure and dusjriscd being, lie is publicly gangrened. Quartermaster Lee offers 220.523 lbs. t corn for sale to the highest bidder on December 1. For terms, see posters. Nice sweet potatoes would find a ready market here. Lt Siiva is about and will report for luty ere long. Glad to so note it. Number of interesting articles crowded out. Press of political matter ends this woek. The Governor met Mowry and his man Brady within ten miles of Wickcnburg on the 26th nit. It is understood they will lie on exhibition in Prescott Nov. 8. II. Utt and John W. Sweney returned from the Gila settlements on Wednesday, auTT report a most genial feeling therea way against Brady, and very few Ouryites. It is very directly reported here that there has lately been a large vein of ore, warth $7...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 5 November 1870

SOUTHERN PACIFIC KAIL ROAD. One of the accusations of the Duf field Democracy against McCormick is, that he has not worked for the Southern Pacific Railroad. The fact is, that ho has been an incessant wor ker for it ever since he first reached Washington. As an evidence, we now print his testimony regarding the 32d parallel route as given before the Sen ate committee on the Pacific Railroad, April 4th, 1870 : Hon. Richard C. McCormick, dele crate from Arizona. For two bunched miles you follow the valley of the Gila River. For half or two-thirds of the year it is a large river, and the other Dart a comparatively small one. It is not navigated. The valley of the Gila is naiTOW in many places. The high lands on the river on each side aro of ten good, but they do not extend far back troni tne river, exceptmg at in tervals. Thero aro, perhaps, in that two hun dred miles six or eight valleys con taining several thousand acres of good land each, and there aro a number of settlers. The chai...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 12 November 1870

l 'rr z : ; Vol. fi TUCSON A. SATURDAY, NOVELISES S 2, 8 870. 5 TEE ARIZONA CITIZEN, FCBLISUED EVEKT SATURDAY AT TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, A. T. -X o J- SCBSCR1TTI0N RATES : Jne Copy, one year, 15.00. On Copy, sis months 15.00. single numbers 25. J o - ADVERT2SING LEG AL R TES. One.squarc, ten lines, one time $3.00. Each subsequent insertion 1.50. Professional cards, per month a. 00. Business advertisements at reduced rated. All-bills due monthly. iiic5 in Conirrj69 I fail Block. JOHN V.'ASSON, Proprietor." Authorised Agents for "the Citizen. Hudson & Menet New York. L. P. Fisher San Francisco. W. H. Bancroft San Diego. Q. W. Barnard Prescott. R. B. Kelley Arizona City. fP Reliable Correspondence solicited from ail parts of the Territory. Anony mous communications will be unnoticed. Letters on business and for publication should be addressed to the proprietor to itvure prompt attention. THE MILITARY IN ARIZONA. It has baen cur pleasure as. we liave deemed it our duty, to speak kindly...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 12 November 1870

THE ARIZONA CITIZEN.! SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, I 7') j viiiEzi eoraay avis nrsc proposo-i ai tlio dupe of Moavtv and Out y for th Dolejrateshio. he 1 iu j-iied at th j id. a and told tho story or thj dog av'.u crossing a bridge, dropped thobone-hej had in his mouth for ono ho saw in! tiio Avateri Don Pedro said the same would probably apply to inm, wore ho te jrivo up tho sheriff's oiBco iind so.k that of Delegate, out after all ho yiel ded to tho temptation a;.d List uotii. . Tho truth of the stoiy will now com3 houio to him wit.i increased force, an unpleasant realization a ino3t disagreeable experience. Poop. Cusen'duhy. So far asheatri from, Jim Gusonoiuy has not received a single vote for Delegate. His silly and impudent addros.5 to tho voters, and his more silly and illiterate le ters seem to hav3 done liiui no sjood. We have a specimen of . the lattei which we think wo must print in oui next. It is a literary curiosity. Badly Sold. Clint. Thompson probably feels about as bad ov...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 12 November 1870

? HE A R l ft 0 If A' 0 IT I Z E H . ! i rrr -zrrizrj SATURDAY NYE:TlvEIl'12, 1S70. wv(vvn 3 ,,... zi i t vis - sr.. ;t V:r,r- ?u!'sh t'i.' I.-'T !bt next ween. Vr. tr A f. .-itvo hj'l t5 tn cmnn nff in .zctfx in 1T'!.'p Unll nest 'Ihurs-j bj cirnr. Be gay and happy still. j L :rr T?troHri was adjourned to Nov-! TU ofcttf to come up will he given T.kvat-i.7. melons crc still seen in the insect places. Y.tkt pa'aJabJe jrircn corn f till comes t k arkef. It has been enjoyed here for over live nionth?!- The Grand Jury Report makes some wholesome recommendations, and they LocId have practical attention. FirTY-oNS nerfon were naturalized be fore Judrc T'tusfrom October :jd to Nov. 7ih. Any person curious to know their names is referred to the court record. "VV. IT. Gorib E?q. takes his departure for fan Dicuo next Monday. By his me chanical aid, the true friend3 of Arizona have been enabled to publish a paper in the late campaign, devoted to truth and the public welfare. Dnrhur his stay,...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 12 November 1870

l?iccs Indian Agents. - The experiment of substituting pi ety for bullets as an agency to subju gate the hostile Indians, is to be con tinued. Ye are willing saintly men ohould do the work, if they only will do it. A recent Washington dispatch cays: Following is the list of Indian agencies tendered to the various mis sionary associations and religious bodies: Iiaws of the United States ! "We are well aware that there is lit tle profit in printing the laws of the United States, at the prices now paid, yet wejeel comjjlimcntcd by the fol lowing telegram just received from the Clerk of the House of Representa tives : Gettysburg, Pa. Oct.21 1870 The Arizona citizen will be sub stituted for the Arkovan for printing the laws of the next session of Con-! The Methodists, seven, in "Washing- m-ess. Edward McPiiersox, ton, .Montana, ana uregon. JN o ap pointinents have yet been made. The Presbyterians, six, in Arizona, Utah and 2ew Mexico. Four have been, appointed, namely, D. N. Crath era, S...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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