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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 19 December 1885

Weekly citizen. SATUKDAY, DEO. 19, 1SS5 It is reported tbat tho troops surprised a band of Indians in Ntw Mexico and killed two of the hostiles. Wo cannot refrain from Btopping;rightlierc to give the initial credit mark to the military for this daring feat. It is eucli o re freshingly novel experience that we toss up oar hat in a paroxysm of joy. onco would bo nbaudouueut of white people and every mine owner. It is hoped that tho Citizens' ISnsi nesa Association recently formed in this city, may arrange to erect sampling workp, if not redaction works, in Tucson. The convenience nfforded miners for the sampling and sale of thoir ores will ma- terialy assist in developing the mining resources of this section, and pnt con siderable ready money in circulation. Tun United States grand jury, latel in session at Preaoott, made their final report yesterday. They find that the lost legislature did many naughty things and on this finding express a hope that the next legislature will avoid bei...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 19 December 1885

yj;rJCLYCiTiZEisT .TPitbAV. - - DEC. 19.1SS5 LOCAJj XEYS. .ludpe Alex Campbell returned to-day roai fulironiiiu truore"s mince nieat, wholesale and n'fsil, at Ii. Zeckendorf fc Co.' I S. Mar.hal W- K. Meade returned lKm 1'rt'tcott to-doy. C ,i. "V. Urown pot homo from Pres et tldS morning. I h:?. It. Drake will arrive from Sono ra ll.ui.lay evening. II . jJny presents of every description t L. Zeckendorf t Co. Dun Nichols is in tho city after a Blseuce, meeting Lis many friends ilislkerchiefs, linen and silk for La- and Gents very chcRp at h. Zecken- iU pnblic school vacation is close nt vjj. It wil probably begin cmo week TL laursday nest. I L. Crovat is in from the Hnacbu cl raving waxed fat during his 80--rn ia that delightful locality. kckendorf and Co., always have pt' ant assortment of real e:lk satin raiu ribbons which they sell very Mr. A. B. Armstrong, formerly of the .-a ' lljag, Armstrong & Co., in this -:r,tsnowiulttverside, CuL, arranging trait depot for Porter Bros...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 19 December 1885

for Weekly" Citizen. SATURDAY, DEO. 19, 18S5 t;: fit. - LOCAL NEWS. His3 Moggie Alarony id visiting the family of Supt. Scott ut Benson. Cols. King aDd Mud-loll erpeot sbort ly to go ou a visit to the bulero Mines. lira. E. ii. Gnge, Tombstone, is the Kuest of Mr6. T. L. Stiles, this city The Twin Sisters cnutftta will take pluce on Tuesday, Dec. i2d, at the Bup .tist church. Capt. L. A. Abbott latt yesterday for Wilcox. The Capt. las tome cattle in terests in that viuinity. Warren S?ott and family have moved todilve.-City, New Mexico, where the will in the future reside. Two o'uarmmt; young ladies, the jlinoes Gillett, are shortly to tie added to the sucioty of Buiison. Supt. Muir is detained ut El Pfto ou bubiuet-Kof. the company, but will re turn in a few dayo. Ii. A. Tackard of Tombstone will it is reported he appointed prison commis sioner vice E. IS. lingo roaigne J. Frush's Circus, now allowing here, contemplates a tiip to Tombstone when they will, it is suid, return here for...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 26 December 1885

A "R ONA CITIZEN. 01 TUCSON, VMA QorXfY, ARIZONA TERRITORY. SATURDAY 1)Rf?RVRRB aii. inns. NO. 4tt. 1 i - " i - , - - - -- . . , . . I r . , . . . Weekly Citizen Printing k Pulstag C?. libKBEIfT HKOWN. General Hawwer. tkus : r.. M .r-lif Montlw - irtro, tint inMtiitm ..... . ,u .r.aca bwguentimoituin.... routs roe rac uuly: 10) V OFFICE : Corner Church ami Pennington Sts. If we bold our breath a few days, ngr on the Indian question, those , i claim to be responsible for the -';(- of the adminstration promise to .;. a keg f nails. Ijt Indiana have succeeded in secur g a new monnt of fresh, thoronghbred irr-s near Silver City, in New Mexico, 1 are once raoro in good condition for Minnie. I"i.ii.e is a concerted movement sr.; 'i ' the Chinamen in the United v-tr to protect their interests through t privilege guaranteed by the natural- it. on laws. There is n question of ' ;r (legibility to citizenship under ox-:-t:::g laws. A i .nrEsrrL California mining com , .;iv trill probably be fo...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 26 December 1885

Yeekly Citizen. SATURDAY, DEO. 2G, 18S5 Twelve dayB ago it was stated by tho governor of Arizona that if the people would panso for n week or ten days they would witness a radical change in the Indian campaign ; in other words, that they would "hear something drop." The words were prophetic Surgeon Maddox and fire soldiers dropped. The elomeats productive of good times are at work in our midst, nod we can, even now, get a glimpse of the golden sunshine through many rifts in the dark clouds of adversity that have so long shadowed ns with a pall of gloom. The puwerof united and har monious effort is wonderfully prolifio of results. One United States grand jury in Ari zona indicts federal officials for contrib uting ten dollars to the party. Another jury refuses to indict legislative crim inals for stealing thousands of dollars out of the publio treasury. It this is democratic reform, the less we hare of it the better. Star. The city or Washington u arbors a coterie of individuals whos...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 26 December 1885

-r nirHT71?V SATURDAY, DEO. 20, 1SS5 LOCAL NEWS. lVnglass Snydsrn-id Wni. Kane went out to-day for n hnntiog tnp. Gen. J. 1?. Allen has tettirncd from a sojourn in bleeding Kansas. The westl.fr mow closely resembles early summer than the holidays. Major Coraegys has gone to San Car los to pay off the IwJi"n sooufs- Andy Keaii is rejoicing iwr the birth f a daughter that came Monday night. Rev. Geo. II. Adams is again at borne after an extended trip through northorn Ariz ma. Fridav is an unlucky day. Christians will conie on Friday this year and it will be an unlucky day for the turkeys. Tuere w ho rospoase to the eall for public meeting last night on the In- j, r. H'U'-iioa. It mil bs tried again, to- c-fcht. Mr. J. E. Walker will rem ve to Pfac nis i.tiout January 1st to Resume tbe du-'u-s j! Clerk of the second District Court. Jmlgo II. Barnes and wife, and tbeir daughter, Mrs. J. H. Martin, -will arrive on Saturday evffuiaK, from l!li- It was George Tich:ior who held the lucky ti...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 26 December 1885

Weekly Citizen. BATUKDAY, DEC. 2G, 1885 1 LOCAL NEWS. This was liko a warm eastern doy in early June. Mr. Andrew Brown lett for Tomb stone to-day, to be nbsent about a week. Thirty-seven hundredths of an inch of rain fell last night, by E. L. Wetmore'a gauge. L. Zeckendorf. and Co., nro offering vory great inducements to all purchasers uf holiday goods. A splendid line of Indus 6hoca and gentlemen and ladies' slippers just opened at L Zeckendorf t Co's. Thn nroRnpetna of the Calabasas. Toe- pon nud Northwestern llailroad is the latest uccession to humorous literature. The public schools took a vacation tn-dnv to extend over the holidays. Studies will be resumed on January 4th. Mr. William Huff, tho fashionable tailor, has removed from the corner of Meyer and Maiden Lane to the Church plaza. The American Bakery Restaurant will sot a snlendid chicken dinner to-morrow, Only tweuty-fivo cents. Everybody should sample it. Hon. A. E. Fay nrnved from Califor nia to-dav. On January 1st ho w...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 2 January 1886

1 1 - SW WEEKLY ARIZONA Weekly citizen. The Cidzea Priilis! & PuNisMig ft. HERHEKT HltOWN, TERMS : i'crlrtr . . Oi Hix M..!:.li . 2 im luc M-iDth . 1 ti AiivrnTiNiN.) bites: 0:i ; iir-, iimt in Ttion J 2S 1KKJI-. KOB IBCIMTLT: lVr Y. - f'OOi M. r H. 1 Ou ii TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRIlORY, SATURDAY OFFICE Corner Church nitil IVhioHsImh S.s. Ir lioiAi.vet) ministration to into the teeth Arizonu. for a Democratic ikI- tbtow tbe direct insult of evty resident of I inasril.is was observed in s quiet ujt very effective manner in Tucson. lamily runuious and festal gatherings left tho streets almost deserted. Wrrxnss the jiower of the prow nnd tlio benefits of advertising when jmlic iously directt-d: On Saturday wo wrote that "if the good Lord has any resiwc lor the Compiled Laws of Arizona regard for the reputation of n dozen two local weather prophets for veracity tie win open tire Hood-sate tf lieaveii f 11 Til iuiin upon Hi;? heals of the iinju as well a upon rn owu. ;nnday ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 2 January 1886

Weekly l SATURDAY, - 7 . The greatest dividend-., ids the United States is a copper i The Calumet Jt Hecla, o! MiohiKaurlTiili paid in tbe past tea months, ? 1,200,000 in dividends. The epirit ol the Associated Tress grows wildly excited over a glove con test or a yacht race and becomes utterly oblivious to volumes of crispy news items that tloat all around its active agents. Sine out of ten readers of the daily newspapers will skip the long de tails of the Burko-Cleary glove contest given in another column, and would be f nlly satisfied with a five-line announce ment of the result. Tbe Associated resentniTut of ped upon them, i'y his lation the governorould .astern people bejievo that ens arc a class of outlaws that d be deprived of all m4ans of self- .Jpnee and be placed at i'ie mercy of a force of bloody savage protect by military force, if necessary. The history of the Indian question in Arizona is a disgraco to the United States government.. Whatever may have been the motives g...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 2 January 1886

Weekly citizen. SATDKDAY, JAN. 2.1SSC LOCAL NEWS. Tbe schools will re-ojicn nest .Moa day. iliss Emma J. Monk is spending the holidays in this city. The Pioneers celebrated with tbo most complete success. Kev. G. IL Adams returned from Tombstone last evening. The new Conueil will take charge of municipal tffuirs next week. Globe had a masquerado Christmas baJaud it was a gruud success. The weather has eleaded off brifih and pleasent, and a little colder. The new freight rates for fruit trees will take effect on and alter to-morrow. Momit Wncbtsoa, in the Santa Kit as, is covered with a mantle of beautiful enow. His commission should read ".Mother-in-law of Arizona" instead of "Gov ernor." Sam Brannsn, .Tanior has turned up sife and sound at r&Ioetezaaia, in Sonars. Secretary Vac Arman is now in Wash ington, or was when Geu. Wttrdwell loft that citVj Dr. I. II. Goodwin will hereafter re side in lucsoo, havmjf-left Nogaled permanently. Thj Board of Supervisors have decid ed to mak...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 2 January 1886

k, silver jllilfiS. .For Qen: t evening's jara look w tbo idea of Frank, a former resident of Tuo now a tire marshal in tbe city of fork. -Vkat is the matter with tbe Tombs ae mail? Not a newspaper Las reucb ed tbo Citizen thif week. John Young, of Greaterville. started this morning on tbo homo trip, utter spending several days in tbe city. The postal clenk running east today carried by a lot of Cuhforniu letters which came back this evening, Two of Carlos II. Tally's little chil dren have been quite ill with diphtheria, oat tuey nre now convalescing. United Statce Marshal William K. Mcado came up from Tombstone letter day, and will spend Christmas in Tuc son. Don. A. Sanford is erecting a building opposito Bnehman & Ilartwell's photo- grapn gauery tuat will be occupied by x rant JUiltenberg as a bakery Mr. T. A. Judd did the handsome, on Christmas eve, and his wine? llavored strongly of tbe merriment be so heartily wisned in bestowing it. District Court Clerk J. IL Martin went ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 9 January 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN TUCSON, PIMA UOimT, ARIZONA TERSORY, SATURDAY JANUARY 0. 1880. NO. 51. WEEKLY CITIZEN. ;;;a FriitiM & MiiM Co. ilEKHl-KT illtOWN. UMierai 3IHaeer. TIWMS : ;..-BTItS RATEtSf .uortiun.... I TWBAILY: , 2 ' . 1 t' r. 1 . $10 O" 1 w FFICE : f .u .,. , caii h ami 1'cnninglou Sts. Is ; j u his other grnvo faults, - of Arizona writes himself 1 1 education. His recoDt . r ve that this sentiment ir c'.Miwtion itself was bad "t !it tte "explanations"' of its e. .ht? matters worse. By them tfct he issued the slander- ,-aa-Et without bavins nny just . ' r t":e calumDy. xu v -rLor's profnee apologies to tbe : "..incalittlolste. Thedamogebas '.. a d -'.e and iU effects are irrevocable. II luust either abandon bis slanderous rjvlaiuit "3 r hw subsequent syco rU.nti "s;'iaa3ti?n?." t, 2 tuit tbe physician of tbe iJ. Vanderbilt contiders bis ::! .-t in the light of a tragedy. .1 daring mi interview with Barrett, of the Baltimore & .Ir.J, and fallowed an out t i:. tease ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 9 January 1886

Weekly Citizen. ATURDAY, - . JAN. 9, 1S6 The Son Francisco dynamiters were found guilty of an offense against a city ordinance and recommended to mercy to the mercy of dynamite. It is qnito probable that the crand canon of the Colorado and the- petrified forests of northern Arizona will be re served by the government as a national park. Neablt nine hundred bills were in trodnced m the House of Representa tives on Wednesday. "Who can now Bay we are not well governed? What is lack ing in quality is made up in quantity. Ax experienced mining man who has viBited almost every property within forty miles of Tucson, says he could lay down three thousand tons ot good grade ore a month, to reduction works in the city, from adjacent mine?. No L.ES3 that seven separate ncd dis tinct enteirrises in toe 'way ot smelting worts aro now suid to b-3 " certain" of being creoted in this city. And rail roads! why the rails will lie so thick that there will be no vacant room to build the houses. tionof ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 9 January 1886

WEEKLY CITIZEN. .-. hk a July day inn Lorn .1 f'oin tbo west was an Lou , :j.rniug. . . . E. 1 Scott is in ILo oily from i CutalmM. - i Council IB not qmte nnani .' , j -liiro was in from Lis ranch l. t Lta Ritas yesteiday. f , rod lbat tbero will coon be L e the railroad time table. .r: ha-just got m a new lot of L . .jot tW kind and variety. s U is visiting Florence and , business capacity. J.-, of ore from the Pima '.,-.: forward lo Pueblo yester- p s !"rn, on Tne.'day, .Tannery . a : of Abel S. Dungan, Eq., . j t in Congress Hall is for - , -.. can bo made of Jos. t j- premieee. . graad jury ignored the " . -t Mrs. Dilda, wife of the " Ti5- --r ' Arizona. ,.-k rl wl has a silvery lin- .! -a ! ' is 'to" taon at par - "" ' ". .. i. ! of Toosou. t , . ' .a t.ie east lias uen one j'::ue f r the imt few days. ' , tj when the doable mail nncn kih! the pawnbroker l itpw thnt vo mn" pn v!' T :e tx collector might Lave ' -Jidito the list j-, J .-Vss Las produced during 3.tLrc-einintlMSll...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 9 January 1886

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, JAN. 9, 1866 LOCAL KEWS. Thomas Gates is visiting Loa Angeles. Now let the railroad building go on The people did "hear something drop." at was tlie uuv. Mr. A. Gronly has returned from a vxsit to Oakland. Mr. Wm. 0. Davis returned this morn ing from a trip to Yuma, Tho liro bell tolled the old rear out nnd joyfully rang in the new. Huge crates of Sonora oranges hare just arrived for the fruit dealers. f. . JJillard, formerly or TncEon is now running a saloon in Florance. Bernabe Brichta of Nogalep, is in the city and will remain for a wees or two, Hon. M. S. Synder is paying a friend ly visit to the city from Crittenden .air. iJoyer, ol the JJenson smelter, is in the city paying a visit to his family Mr. X. E. Davis, of Malcolm, Iowa is in the city, visiting his brother, Wm, U. JJavis. Hon. O. 0. Stephens has withdrawn from the law firm of Eirll, Campbell V btephens. The firm of Prince Brothers has been dissolved. Air It. JJI. .Prince will con tinue the bu...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 23 January 1886

V T ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL XVI; r M Printing: & PdIsMbe C9. HLRBERT HIIOWS, liutnu .Hansgtjr. TEKHS : -.1 si 3tO lu) MiVEBTISlXe KATBS: :rt laoertMB i 35 . ;. abnequwnt mcflrtiim 136 :i vis vom THE daily: ., Shi () OFFICE : (r: - limrch anil lViiningtoii Sts. trar among the uews T.imbstiHie. Each of tho j to be anxious to erect n ....J write tbe epitaph, of the 7 .. s fn-ra the recent notion of .- y. -zinc Saiuon, Bismarck's . ; p tj? American hogwa-i n rt'sVcy to give ibe German hop tiL. t" JLt'"P itfelf. C C P. Stkbs is our authority I ,r Sic .'tat-ment that the work of grad i:g "u the CttlalMisw, Tucson & North we era railroad, recently commenced, be pus-bed to comj.rt.on and that ...rs nli mu over the iine from Oalabas jS p T'lcson bv Sa '.ember 1st, This .$ a piece of nieenng intelligence that -., I : priij'h' tie. Or it Pacarre-pondent, "Jumbo," j kept our readers well posted on -T'-Li t-v 'nts of the bonanza canip,give3 '-jag cnes of the drama m to-,.- C.hzev. "J...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 23 January 1886

f Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, JAN. 23, 18S6 NEW VOLUME. To-day the Daily Citizen enters upon its thirteenth volume, and the Weekly Citizen upon ita sixteenth, marking on existence ol fifteen years. During this period of time the Territory ot Arizona has undergone unusual vicis situdes even for a frontier country, and its march of progress has been met at every Btep by the red curse of the sav- ugo tribes of Indians that to this day continue their work of destruction. And yet, in spite of snob almost insurmount able obstacles thero has been a steady light of increasing civilization gradu ally illuminating our otherwise favored Territory and to-dsy it is in position to almost command an influence in the cir cles of political power hardly second to one of the sisterhood of states. Daring this gradual emergency from ab;olute obscurity, the CrrizEN'has al WBys espoused the cause of the strug. gling people who were carving their homes from the crude wilderness uuder the most oppressing diff...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 23 January 1886

AYeekly Citizen. SATURDAY, JAN. 23, 1SS6 LOCAL KEWS. jlr. John 11 Curry, of Arivaca is in tLeoity. L-viU is elill making a good articlo of ivcrat the rare orowery. C)!. Morrow is reported to bo quite ill Kiri Uayard, New Mexico. ..... . I for tlini-MlnmnHn.. t , . 13 some tslK or changing the n., . . u,"e uonus. I are . ..... .. v:.. n, : i iu great storm now raging iu Culi- ,.;j;slisely to also pay u visit to An:- al. Ed. McCook, ot Colorad . . - w.fo aud daughter, are visitiug t i ..-1 grafts in the court house lawn 4 . c x it off close to the roots to give -. t hounding tho heavy fall of rj.mtb.the nrroyos arc not run Mi water. ,i. I-'reese is tho newly elected j , f Negley Post No. 35, Grand line Republic m-'.ry store of J. G. Goodman ruveuated with a new ceiling i ... ; apered wall:. Ci azalez, manager of the .V.: '1- Hoanl of Supervisors. l!rriCULl Tr.cson, A. T Jan. 18, 1SS0, TJt ?,?.tP?'aUftut o adjourn- ...Ti.xt. Aeits- -Ouicio Clerk. M D"1,u ihe minutes of previous meeting...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 23 January 1886

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, JAN. 23, 1886 The weather is again showery. The puns on the bulletin board have been all exhausted. Eon. Brewster Cameron is in the city from his ranch at LochieL The Hon. Morgan IL Wise U in the City from his Santa llita stock ranch. Wiley Box and wife are sojourning at Oamp Thomas, the Clarion says. CoL B. F. Bmns arrived from New York last evening, on mining business. The San Xavier will have a big Sun day dinner to-morrow, with lots of lux uries. The returned miners from Quijotoa give the streets a somewhat livelier ap pearance. Joe Taster was in the city yesterday, on his way to Tombstone from a visit to Pheuix. Prescott Lbb already made prepara tions for a Fireman's ball on February 22nd. This is Jhe night for the re;uinr meet ing of the Citizens Business and Enter prise Association. The St Louis Exchange is making a noceasof keeping St. Louis beer on draught. It is n splendid article. Big strikes ure reported in the l'itan district and plenty of high...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 30 January 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN ' . .-i 01, XVI. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY JANUARY 30, 1886. 3ro. 2. Veekly Citizen. CJizsn Printins: & PuulisMog Go. UbBUKKT HHOWN. lieneral jiknagor. TWilts : ait inrtion.... ....... .. ' . ucU ubeonent insertion TEtHS VOU THE DAILT: 1 - f 3 OJ - ft) 1 CJ 2 2'i 125 . ?10 O) 1 Ol OFFICE: (nnT church anil Pennington Sts. oTNEKALS MILES AND CROOK. Xu New York Times remarks: "Gea- e.ji; Miles is undoubtedly a good In 1 & :iA r. but no reason has yet been . S why be should supersede General C- ... w:i bus no superior in thesnme il. Times is slightly in error. Ssv rai good reasons havo been shown wuj General Crook should be removed the Arizona to some other military de partment. That he gained distinction his earlier lorays osaiust the Indians .scujt be denied. It is now urged. ;..wever, that he is too old for frontier servic , and tbst bis manner of dealing witU the ho.-:iles is too lenient. These offeaJiii Cairioahuas had previousl...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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