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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 7 August 1881

Weekly Citizen SUNDAY, AUGUST 7, 1831 Local Intelligence. Tun recent concert for the benefit of tbfc fiic company netted something ovor S20U Tt is stated in social circles Uiat matrimonial onsageniont exist between Mr. Karl Groedol and Jfiss lanny Jacobs, formerly of Los Angeles. The Government is erecting buildings at Camp'Hiiaehnca for a Tour-company noaL One eomoonv of soldiers have already encamped there. Coi-o.s-Efc Pastlisd's famous dog, rwtiV mm imnortod from Peru, and is a bear-trailer. Pnnt prizes her chiefly for her Peruvian bark. The Patagonia Sentinel is the name of a projected newspaper at Hnrsluvw, to appear about the 15th intt. 3Ir. D. L. Sa re, of this city, will propel the Fabor. The markets or Tucson are being sup- ulied witli an abundance of splendid fruita from California. Tlie prices arc somewhat below those of last yoar, and ilio quality of the f nut w better. James Lee. who has lived here for twenty-six years, nays that the recent flood in Tucson was the large...

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. — 14 August 1881

' 4, V. Arizona Citizen. TCCSOX PIMA COUNTY. ARIZONA, SUNDAY AUGUST 1,1,' 1881. NUMBER 32. PaVeekly Citizen. I 5.i OFFICE: mmimui mkm nuttstf IIK OWN .V. AVHIT.MOItlt. -.Mifbers ad rrerits .. ..n- Kates mdc knows an app!ta PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 1 !'' i:.iiu- ...- r..srtu SMITH. CAMPlim.!. a: ui- INSON. ' - - rAMn and rutntent strvet n. 0 7 ' . andcoW of Altai awl Fifth, T ' ' K . V LUST. O.O.TCASTC1:. O'UKLVENV A TKANTU3T. Ar-ORSETS- iTLAW.TOMBSTQNK. 3iom wicks. . iTTJEfST iTtlir akp soTinrrvauc Arizona racc - GEO. T. HKALL. ..rt!T OF TOE MARYLAND BAIL rr i eto fct. nd Notary Public. 21s Kotnai 1 ana uoce cc; A Af BENJAMIN ilOr.OAN, rrOhNET aeo JtSLUlSlOB .aa. street. ar Meiers, Oflceon Tnes Dl.t. Attr. FAItLEV i , -TohSEYti aad Ceaaselors at law. a. t. nun. Out. Attr. I'lma Co roJir.oY, oais irecte, It. II. LIOIITHIZKIt. mnnii and Cocxskllob-at-Law. -v-TKY PUBLIC OFFICE, MEYKK .t'r. t. noi-h of Maiden Lane. Tucson. K. liinaij: '.' spedaltT. WILLIAM J.OSHORN . ttiiRSKY s-.law. Notary ...

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. — 14 August 1881

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SUNDAY, AUGUST 14, 1SS1 BLESSINGS OF THE RAIN. There ore two wiles to the rain ques¬ tion: though, after Koiru; to the Post- oflice from dny to day for a -week or more after mail and Retting tbo invari¬ able answer that the washouts will pre¬ vent its arrival, one is apt to conclude that too muoh water is not an unmixed blessing. Still, there are many consid¬ erations on account of which the rain will prove of ?nt advantage to this Territory. It is true the railroad linos have suf¬ fered severely, and travel, traffic and mails havo been greatly interrupted; the mills have been stopped and the bullion out-put reduced. Theso dis¬ advantages are only temporary, how¬ ever, and will be more than compensated Tor by the pains the Territory will make in other directions. The stock ranches and vast prazinp regions of the Territory are already showing the cilccte of the frequent showers, in the increased verdure and growth of the grat. The character of tlie present season, and...

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. — 14 August 1881

f IIUBBH irer.to ouai-XcnUon. podgeis, of Camp Bo-trio, is in SUNDAY, AUGUST 14, 1MM Local Tjitellisenee. Weekly Citizen.! mie L. Kisfa aiul Captain Jeffords are niKtii aula? m the lluachucnt-. ' , A. M.Biarar has gone to tl;e Santa Ri¬ tas to look after his mines. . r -r 1 l - 1 . T , ! -a r. r. vs. j-nrKer, wuo ia Murmu T p Yoma baa had a verv neat 1 IB-D-ps - Blanco, is in the oity. .-tvnuu. , , .. ( bittener, uoot visit to his rancli. fvebai, sixteeD-anle feaa-na wm be- i Q, jr. Manhal, u leading merchant of jn loaded nith mtrohMwtiwf for Honors i Qcm Grande, is in the city. Pmrsday momiufi. x left Thursday for i few days' sojonrn at Agua Cnlieutc. 3fr. G. M. "Williams, of BeddiuKton, iirfrs of rax old ebioa can find I . i - - - i f i iimiaaaeu muipiBB in uw ..rters of the oity. It is not an famwhmg tact that not -lnj-le pobcemm was among the din- ,,vor- of t he cornet. Tut (ro d Hill Jii'WH olfiee is liable to i nii!-l-ed, that journal barring deftantiy , ,,ni out in favor of f...

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. — 14 August 1881

It Weekly Citizen. SUNDAY, AUGUST 14, 1831 Local Intelligence. TrrE stone foundation of L. Zecken- dorf s mammoth new store building is being laid. A Btjjwcs' Club is about being organ¬ ized in this city, bv the natives of lwnnie Scotland. They will bold a celebration on tbe 3lBt o: October iiaiiowccn. The Palace Hotel has added n con¬ venient room-rack to its other appurten¬ ances, and tho office work of that model bostlerv will be much simplified and expedited thereby. Tun lendinir business he ies of Tucson who do not sign the anti-dpbe agree¬ ment have signified a willingness to abide by the arrangements made by the majority. .TnnoE Osnons has deeded to tho conn ty of Graham three-fourths of block 31 in the town of Safford, county seat of Graham county, for a Court House site. Judge Osborn owns one-tenth of the Saf¬ ford town sue. Tire learned divines who were so suc¬ cessful in knocking hell out or tbo JJibie, can receive the gratitude of a suffering country if they will accompl...

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. — 21 August 1881

TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ABIZ03TA,CTDAY, AUGUST 2lJ 1881 xu:rr,TO 3.3. aveeklt Citizen. OFFICE? i-iiblisiiMaai Bit! CRT AND LITTLE -WOOL. HANnULA'm STOCES. II tho Hibernian tmtriofcs on both sides , It is not an tinnsnnl thing, even in the 01 the water wore as bloodthirsty in deed as iu talk, there would prevail a oonditioa of tiling at which humanity would shudder. Their agitator nnd thoir press are teaming with incendiary new milling regions of Ansona, to see valuable initio? lying idle, oven after the erection of milk jind other valuable machinery and the partial development of the properties, direful iuqniry into tombstoot: Tories. The UHeertainties if Mining Rumors Gossip People lVnliin? for Some' (tana; to Turn Up 3litiliig Mailers. Blankniiiller.i uUoraooos which would make the blood j the canst; will almost invariably reveal - .1. .Ill oo 1 o t ,-ir.ir rale PrnfeMtonul Cnrd. 1r.it. tanra. WILL, SMITH, CAMPBELL xrr,,, -TS M OoCHSEi-UJB -AT-LaW. ( ) '.i, Tmnna. and oner nf Aflat a...

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. — 21 August 1881

Weekly Citizen. SUNDAY, AUGUST 21, 1881 THE CRISIS. The President still livw, nud if tbe reports telegraphed from tlio national capital are reliable, hope hns ngain taken the place of fear, and n measure of confi¬ dence, at least, in the President's re¬ covery has been restored. Such n crisis as the one the President has just passed through has been predicted by medical writers who regarded the chances of re coveryaa largely dependent upon the turn matters then took, That crisis has passed, the President still lives, and matters have taken a more favorable turn, uiid while the situation is still critical, if he continues to improve dur¬ ing the balancoot the week, there will be stronger grounds for hope of his ulti mate recovery than ever lieforo since the dnntirdlv attempt upon his life was made. "While .recognizing the critical condi¬ tion in which the President has been for 'the past ix weeks, the Citizen has only once conceded the worst, and that was when his death seemed almost...

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. — 21 August 1881

tl!' AVeeivLY Citizen, - AUGUST 21, 18S1 .sTOCK jIARKETS. s-EW York, August 19.-To-day's quo- . rfrnaro: Silver bars, $ 1.1 1&; money ? 'Javier, at 2g3; govcrnmcnta, quiet; c,ic" , -insna firmer. WJW" r 1 1 siHiiim. ......... Union Itcmc... Central Pacific DOnilB. ....... Krie iSatro .an .122!i .117H . SOU .116 . ; .. ny. ..n.b.i.me . at if) Stocks Quoted to-day as follows: lij'f' a " .. ;HNorthcmHelle....vlS ,., Vreinia ltnllion S ISarRKV 3V ltli.. PS Kim? t ...... ii ...... .NelPr... Jf ...UVHnreka.. tS " lViCnmn Point 2S (i rTroToii. SJ IV Head Centre 1 ' 4K jacket .V.tilUclHT 12 1 ..." 1 .. EATH ER QBSEUYATl OXS. - Ti.-.R-mr-fT SwnalSketiceU.RArmt. I WlK"gOmci.TTOo.N.Anp.tlO. r ,n, temwmmre... VUz : nm ehKJ- ot wind (miles).. . -.71 3 Local Intelligence. A nroE safe has arrived for the United states Depositor?'. Two liorse thieves wre captured near F. rt Bowie, on Augus-t 12. Kepaiks on the Palace Hotel are rnp- llly approaching completion. Thebe are no Joneses in the direct...

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. — 21 August 1881

Weekly Citizen. SUNDAY, AUGUST 21, 1S81 Local Intelligence. Isn't it a criminal wnsic ot tli-e good things of earth to till up a ten-ecnt man with sis bits' worth of whisky every tiny? Oxnof Tncson's professional lieggsrs is called "Okl Comet," hocaiiso his long tale is tso thin everyone can sec through it ErrrArH: Tocson is now wrestling with the doby dollar, endeavoring to bring it to that value which wbs bo easi¬ ly obtained for it in Tombstone. Mnssns. J. M. Rekokr and P. F. Nil- son have solved the doby question by agreeing to receive Mexican money only at a discount on and after tlio 20th insL Psono AnuiiiRs's xtagc line to Altnr loaves Tucson on Mondays, "Wednesdays and Fridays, returning alternate days. At Arivaoa there are th-st-clafis hotel ac¬ commodation';, nnd meals cost only fifty cents. A ten stamp mill is to be erected at the mines in the Sombreiillo mountains, Sonora, a short distauco below Tubac, by a San Francisco gentleman named Cunningham. JSxcellent mines are r...

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. — 28 August 1881

VOL. XI. TUCSOX, PDIA Q0UXT7, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SUXDAY, AUGUST 28, 81. XO. (br ie ra. 9 WEEKLY CITIZEN. OFFICE: 1 3W emit at isi tm m& at BK0W' & WU1TMORE, ruiiiiim' irTr" " v s x M "'h"v- .,, Months. .... $S(l 2 fa .... i . jam mekwiun on applkatisa. j'rofesitioHai Cards EABtX. SMITH. , , (...fflOHmW. ij" .,tMV S if TrLL, SMITH. CAMPBELL k .r-.'xrs ax GnMSHjHSLLAW. , ; rs OOBXKB CAMP AMI CONVENT v ' !..;t Tureon. and corner of Allen cod ToiulMUHM. O'MELVENY A TRANTUM, MOTE WICKS, , -n-xT-Lw .un JiotAiir Vmiso, Twasox. 1 AUKWA. BENJAMIN MORGAN, Vttukmv aiw Ooc:nHin-iT.LAw. vjifF OX PSSKINOTOK STBKBT. NEAR ( I Taeaan. Ari-a. T,."nW. MAtt,ttmaCo. FARLEY A TOMBOY, ln, lBSl.TS JkM CWCltlH.tiOn-AT-I.AW. FHl E "ORN'EK MKYEB AND PESNIKG- U t' iW. Ttwowt. Artrona. H. R. LIGHTHIZER, noBSLT x CocsstU)B-AT-LAW. vr.iTAKY rCBMC. OFFICE. HRYEIt J .,' ,..t. north of Maiden Lane. Toeoon. A. T. 5' i . L.a specially. I'OETKY OF THE PERIOD. "Oltl Oh!" There wae one a man named Cliarle Guitenu...

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. — 28 August 1881

r rz. y 24.1K81, the Board of mr r entered inb a contract with ti t.nblisl; the official advertiso- inViits of t"ie county of Piina for the pe- iod "f !) rar. Ik. tw. Ms oii March 3 A Ibbl, au Act Pwrs passed by the Territorial Logiski- m . . i i ii.-. ' " .1 : ti. i, .u. u approvea y - uuiwuur, m- recti the Board of Suiienrisors of the se-rr:.' counties in this Territory to let cor t for publishing tlieir proceed. liTi, t- tl:o lowest responsible bidder. Ytstc-dpy thei Bowd of Su,ierviors, in ncc" -Jnnce fith the terms of their r u 1 --Led notico, opened hide for the YiLvation of the official proceedings of . le Bo; rd. A protest was entered by "Mr F. P. Thompson, of the Journal, turning that the matter came within the terms of his contract, inde before fie law was enacted under which the TireRrnt bids were made- Acting Dis¬ trict ttornev El B. Tommy appeared, and by a singular and novel hietbodof rcjonintr. drc the illogienl conclusion tint the Board 4ns bound by its con. tract wi...

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. — 28 August 1881

7 v;i;i:klv citizen. AUGUST 9?, 1RS1 .TM h XAKKETS. oj Fbajwsuo, August 26. .fJSSTiiitt:::::: .... tvBodie..,. Mi .. :rVlSUTnrEar,. .. SnwSm. H If rhulino I'. ...H !Naajo M , il Kit WISBllYATIOSS. ,,v Siosu.SiornctiU.KAsxY. - 'met Tbcsok, Ami y. r tj Wand, i ' ? Direo Vetoe -..-42 T4 74 gW 1 (Sear - ia se aw r r .i.mTatnr J .;-ntni J , ,.iy of Triad imdej.) Local Intelligence. , tsiBT of Mexican Independ- i -:.:..y. September 111 . , s' Wustin and St Joseph paro- ' i ,.:vilixe-open Septemhor 5. om aabuina sill boeii UlO S I,. ,1 Mexicans cool at the fiesta. . r f extra poNee will lie cm- . and uight at the feast ( in-wt is" rejoicinjr in the , - daughter who kicks tlio bonni , . g .mid. n :r,iw and girders have hoen . . n the Odd Fellows' Kail, so that l.. !i;u- in the future will be ftn- i ,. yn SnisoncH fa lrBikHnga fine .,1 around the premise ocennied v c ,rin tt as a saloon near the de- t-ikv in the Emerald mine at . i reiiorted at a depth of 160 . rm k is said to go $196 toS380...

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. — 28 August 1881

XY ATJCyx7ST2S,lSSl $ocul IntcTiiciicc. T--r fire alarm boxes have boon placed in position- rcojion Septem- T:tE public schools beru. Tun H & "L Company bave secured $'0 towards purchasing their outfit Mn. J. S. JIaxseeiiD is rejoicing over the advent of nuothcr heirapparont. Mohave county assessment roll foots up SSityXX), witliont assessing any min- iu : claims. Gn.uK(i b tle Atlantic and Pacific n'!"-ad extends dear across the count, of lavapni and into Jlohave. The Atlantic and Pacific railroad track is sow laid to Holbrook, ou the Little Colorado, 2S0 miles treat of the liio (jrande. Tire total valuation of taxable proper¬ ty in lavajmi county for lbhl, as correct¬ ed by the Uoard of Equalization, is 1 iln. J. R Colvxs is orectinK a new adobe buudirc between Fleishman Co.s drug store and the Poodle Dop restaurant. Suebut Pacxi has refused to act as cx-oBicio Tax Colbvtorfor tbeBmall pe: centajre authorized by the IJoard of Su¬ pervisors. Tnn assessment roll of Yuma county a...

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. — 4 September 1881

Citizen. FFICE : .aailM . as. 1. A. WHITMOE. a vnimiORK, roan: Si in :ro 1 a n awiHeetion. clonal Curds. ,M'TH, CAMPBELL & KOBINSON, CAM AND. CONVENT .. .n and owner at AUVn and V1.I.VEST TRANTUM. t-LaW. move trroKS, Ml OTUK Awxosi. 1 0 i;l..T.VMTN MORGAN, . , , ,xp ( oCNsnior-it-Law. . ri:XXISTOXTEET. NKAH .n. Ariaooa. I . r. TAB1.CT. , .., Dif . Atty Puna Co. uxey ponnor, . . , , ip IVKXOsw1T-LaW. . . .;:n: MEYER AND PKNNINtl- , I wm, AriatHM. The Uwc night MilL nrnl the raecumroil I .eat On the dark high-nsid of our horses fet; Rat the violet Wi of lite sky prow pal. And tho world is bnnnine to lift hr tmi. IX it cihba nam now, let the day bagin No joy lit this ia my life lwfure Whan tlw tint full light f the Kun streams in. Sly bsart will have pome to its tame onee inure. One lrnc light streak tlushini; faintly fair. On jiale-red line overslants the sky; There is such f resh life in the rlmr sharp air. Ami I feel that tho end of my dream is nick I know each 4in(e of tboee sh...

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. — 4 September 1881

TEXT SETT. 4, 1S31 RAILROAD COMPETITION FIRST. An esteemed coteroporary in a recent issue has a tot 4irtcrcsr:ng and per- It is against the interests of legitimate mining to oooatenance tlie impositions which are being practiced upon eastern buyers of joining stock ai.d nil attempt., to cell worthies proper! es should I promptly exposed and cot. detuned. The oditor of the Lab Vegas Mining "World has bees sojonraiutr in the east and lus tinent artipjft touching Tucson's natural nteong indication at the methods of advantages' 'hnd urging upon oar busi Hess meaa5a"cnp1S&ra UieTinportance of having reduction works at. this point. Tnc Citizen-- seconds even.- lripitimato effort to upbuild the material interests of TuesOaand the Territory, and is well rr.rSre that tharo -is -wit Mia hauling dis¬ tance of Tucson millions of doUsrs worth tf ore -that "trjnld mined and brought ' hsiej if there were redaction works. Jlut . experience' teaches that capitalists arc timid. They are williiiK ...

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. — 4 September 1881

ir .l-KLV CITIZK X. Personal Mention. , Burrous, f Oro Blanco, is at the -vp.u. SFlT. 4, 1SS1 STOCK XABJCUBs Sas Fmaxcboo, Svyinibi i 2. .. 7v,lTriifi W. ..... SMUrwea - ' loiiawka s- ::::: m VtBb. .Wit.... w ii T. I'.Uae Cel. W. the city. C F. Lijit f ed :u iho P:.h:oe. Kscala-p.f, of the antimony mines i" Soi.ora, is at the Palace. Mis. A. A. Porter 1ms returned from a .- .. r! isit to Sail Francisco. very saucy around ranc!) of Ipte, and that the scattered settlors arc r.fraid of trouble, These IadtMis arc well armed. . . . - ....... ... i o in mi? pirv tuuii am miiM wnrt iv T T. . ... . . I I . ,bh n.i .... a. I . ..I. .1. 1 "V "iwii. ..... n.- j. iw, u tiroisiarco, Mini, Y 5-" p""- c iiuejy, uuu ; rtf mention 1 k-:ucro li, 14 BB ukd cameil OH UV- ID ' .7! TI . , ., 1 , . uia'sn. iw uihiks m -rr sconui be sonn rmlit: ry protection given up there. - Pret-rott Democrat. . 1 f 1 Solid ImprsTcutfiits-. - - j Lanu-Ofiiet; Matters. McrenT District. A:non- the niauy improvements being ...

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. — 4 September 1881

CitizeS. SEPT. 4, 1681 Local Intelligence. The District Court mil convene on the 12th of September. The Board of Supervisors have ad journcd until September 20th. Gband Cxxtbaii mill shipped seven bars ot bullion yesterday, by "Wells, Fargo & Co. Tnn nights are growing perceptibly cooler, and even tuc mioxiay sunsninc is not uncomlortaoiy warm. The insurance adjuster has fixed the loss by fire or the stock of m. ZecKen dorf & Co, at 30,320. Owixa to the scarcity of. paper during the -sroshonts, the Tombstone newspa¬ pers were obliged to reaucc tneirsize temporarily. iln. A. Goodman's new store, at the comer of Convent and Jackson streets, is nirly ready for occupancy. It is the finest grocery establishment in the city. The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe road is in complete running order again, and through freight is beginning to ar¬ rive once more. Without levity the Citizen office numbers among ita printers the Meek and lowly Jesus Geo. F. Meek and Jesus Ballesteros. XVhht.t...

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. — 11 September 1881

ARIZONA XI. ,v Citizen. F!CE : -5 2Si IM k i. irvmrnJtJt . 11 nl Cards. rausSm. rH. CAMPBELL Jc r.IXSOS, ( 'rsTSSBtiGBS-AT-liiw. i , CUP ASD CONTENT . ETJ COflMT OX o. o. :. iNV 4- TRAKTUM, WIETRV OF IttK I' Kit OU. TUCSON, PIMA COUXTT, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER II, 1881. "Soltatre." YE WICKS, ,v . NoTutr Peauc. TWon, BIZOSA. t '.MIN MORGAN, ( ,CNEUA)B-jrB.LAW. . . viNrM81WMi -Sn- DiiLAttr PtaOn. kli;y .t pombot, , . : v,FiKU ASD PEKSDIG- i.IGIITHIZER, , . . t -TTl "P-Ar-T-'w !,.,. OFFICK, 3EYEU ' en lua. Ttwsor. A. T. - -. W ; J. OSBOKN, GIVEN IN OBTAIK- i .sc and Dro-emption i land unier the desert . Uffiee north side of .. lrix.au. ioaVe often hecrrt of atnrias bold. That happettsd in wiaa paita. Boat! Ive flat otie to teUjsr, II jrsrTl tiUm. why 111 I a oat aa the nmd above aera, A od mv Ba from onm, I netalotof aakiiwa. Trria'tar mllw1 Ioiau dum. VJt tcU ree bow U happnr.i Aad taw tarta tU gawd? um, tW atari mat Raw Mexim lad a'anis- Mr par-U. Ti end rak a "Wef" liil...

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. — 11 September 1881

J ikly Citizen: NDAY, seit. u. i83i DtDIAJJ nOHTDfO. if i- Fighting the hostile Apaches is rather different -work from fighting in the open field against white troops, and requires a different kind of talent The Apaches, of all the savage tribes, are the most -treacherous, and as they fight in a broken country full of arroyos, canyonB and rocks, which trill fumith the wily savatfe concealment, the character of the war will be guerrilla, and the troops will have to adopt the Indian plan. The of¬ ficers and most of tho men who have gone to the front are experienced Indian fighters, many of them having been in Arizona before rod contended with tho same foes. That they understand their business is cvideLced by the fact that although surprised by superior numbers, with scouts, who have heretofore been true, proving traitors, General Carr still effected his escape with bnt slight loss nft.r n ti,rff iinurs' ficht. It was the ortinion of Lieutenant Kerr,' who is well acquainted with Geiera...

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. — 11 September 1881

SEPT. 11, 18S1 vxlati XxesaaaM. h i ot w..iavo IB CM Vt Tnuir turf WMr CM ', ...oioe- vTtX'K XAKKFTS. . v Fhucciscw, September 9. Ao4elr (P, Ctah WW owrt Diablo H !' li.t'ffcsfie.... : um . HiitWap.-. ;,rt,jSfr tunc. 1 ...W! ' .. hrs. Tc cao. St!!' w . J , 1 1. Till, l - - 5, Wind. Dirrc YeJoe, ;j 6-.SK ( jCtsar O iOoud)- .-.app r of wind (mis..-. ..71 ..IS Intel ligeiKH i.- for the United States . , s-tta-v at TncMm has scade ararlv a ciesti ." an Fraacia city elee- -..-ifh. . a i iiti1 door have "Vieen r the front of tho Catholic are quite or-aainen.al. .7. - i.l Ladder Company -will mi' meetuu: this even in at ; til room. isti-axa is eaeiiatiTaly .. Umnie wee lad that came -M yesterday at hie bouse. anite larseK attended 1 1., chief attraction ontakle in.' the avas-please foot , v wit Bisbee should re- , Bisbee House, under .a-rement of ifns Nellie inviting pis) tostop. Co, haw recently se- reral valuable mines r parts of Mexico, the. ,.f which ran from $2000 ; i:ia Shiiont. i -l...

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