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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 6 March 1886

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, MAR. G, 1S8G LUiD POP. 1MMAXS. Senator Dawes' bill to provide for the allotment of lands ia severalty to Indi ans on the several reservations nod to extend the protections of laws over the Indians, and for other purposes, passed the Senate Friday. It provido that in all oases where any bands or tribes of Indians may be located npon a reserva tion created for their use, the President is authorized to cause n patent to issue for o&ch of said reservations in favor of the Indians occupying the same for 11 period of twenty-five years in trust for the sole nee and benefit of the tribes or bands to which it issue. At the expira tion of that period the United State will convey the lands by patent in fee nnd free of all charge or incumbrance, lite President may withhold the issu ance of the intent as he may doem beet for the interests of the Iudiaus. The trust created in the original r:ent ie to remain in fall force until the patent in fee is issued. The Preside...

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. — 6 March 1886

r.KLY CITIZEX. MAK. 6.18 LOCAL SEWS. -!;.wer of rain was a ble oJ midday to-day. ' . uamtaoad Uole 1 sojoimnug u account of her health. -.' vnxB will be awarded at v. lienevoleot Society bal! on .ttheria still prevail in tho oity . rat maitguuut caeea tiro ro- - . v capping oa the Kiuconn, . .; almas aad Santa liitus still 1 1 inch, iUrq., ot romOf"tono, is :y. utteudttic bis eiok brother, oJricb, Ji&q. , of yesterdaj- accomplish - nl than oue cf Sam Joneb' - , a". J have done. ,m ucwe iroin rue goiu aems tY-dro bus been promises!, . - :i t ripe for to-dtty. . have been made lor four .it at the Mtu-one ball in , rti House on March Stb. , .e ban re.peaeJ tbe Grand -.!, :ind dispen'jes very to tut thirsty aiultitnde. .-row gauga railroad will bo ' i vi iy 8m ami tbe dirt will - : i b'.-th directions ia a short - :.n;u Court will meet in Tna "i mday, and many diatin- .: .t ua uf the Territory will be i iieaver h beim kept very ,.iui st continuously ever since be -u-d his carriage p...

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. — 6 March 1886

weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, MAlt. C, 1SSC Sheriff Paul went down to Tombstone yesterday. Mr. P. 11. Tully is up from his cattle ranch near Arivaca. The moat markets are woll snpplied with venison to-day. Mr. P. F. Tburman of SolomonviHo Grnham county, ia in the city. A now nn-nini; was stretched in front of J. A. Black's jewelry store tc-dcy. lion. E. 1$. Gnr;e came up from Tomb' stone yesterday ncd trill return to-iaor row. . The tops of the ISincons and Santa Gutuhnas were powdered witli snow to- day. xne new rass on lue stooK ranges is now up enough to give tbecattlo pretty xair ieeu. The east bound train roiled ia nt three this afternoon, nearly six hours btibinu time. 2ext iilonuay beio;r the Grt day nf AlKrcb. the monthly meetiuss of the vat loua organizations mil be held. Tho cause of the detention of tlictiaiii from tho west to-day was a washout near Yuma. It was serioua only oiht or ten hours wortn. Mr. lloyal A. Johnson is fitting up the WilfcioV residence near the Arotie Ic...

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. — 13 March 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MARCH 13, 188G. NO. 15. :m PriatiBE & PQ&lisliiig Go. HKRBKKT BKOWN. tubus : stro z u 1 tw Al'TESTIIilM) RATU: . arst iaiwctioa 22S s .- rach ab-QMst wrtHia IS teuxs rate TBI", uaily: 3 OFFICE: 4 J!,, r Inirrli and Pennington Sts. :.,r has tried the Paul-Shaw 4 tLe Court is relieved of n heavy .ilroatl rates are gottmg so low ..Kmt as cheap to travel as it . for lodgings ia n hotel. c the railroad war of rates is rival roads will probably in-u- brakebeaai tourists to seats in il-.oe cars. It's an ill wind, etc. I -e journals who want to hear a rc it from Bean, ow delegate to Cou-- 55, should await with pstienco until I ugres3 digests the subjects presented j ium. T. r tiiiTprt-cnt status of tho cam ; a g.i ig:nst the hostile Apaches is not I: . ,r .it tins time. Assuming that the if Geroninso and his band to - ! .-is true, no alternative is left , re irganizatioa of the troops for '. r campaign against ...

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. — 13 March 1886

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, MAR. 13, 1SS6 We gratify the desiro of our c c for the affidavit of his political perfidy. The absence of the other party cogniz ant of the transaction renders it impos sible to get his signature at the present time. The Star insinuates that the proprie tors and editor of the Citizen- are guilty of many offenses in official capacities. If the Star possesses any information of that kind the grand jury 6houId com pel him to testify before them. The session of the Supreme Court has brought many distinguished citizens to Tucson from all parts of the Territory. They will have a fine opportunity of en joying the beauties of our incompara- ble climate and judge i if the hospitalities cfour people. We welcome them all, and trust they trill carry with them onlv kind recollections of their sojourn in the metropolis. TnE Star has made the important dia covery that the taxes paid by the rail road company are contributed by our peo pie in tho shape of freights and fares...

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. — 13 March 1886

so " " 1 weekly Citizen. SAIUKDAY, MAR. 13, 1SSG LOCAL NEWS. Mr. J. Ii. Kerr is in the city from hie nnlia why down in aonorn. Attorney Gen;rnl Churchill got in Inm PmscoM this afternoon. v.h "r Wirt Davis, 4th Cavaly, is vis iting Lif family at iotl Liowell. lien. Saranel Tardy nrrived from litss this morning to attend court. Iut 3re boye have got a bran new e .e. lucre s no huwk about bis eagle h.i this time. Mr J J. Stein, Recorder of Yuma "Vt. ,!5 ,n tut' c't' attending the ji. aii'cratic executive committee meet ji. Mr Isane Lyons, one of the solid man , ' uaia c inuty, is in the city, and made , Citizen' very agreeable call this TT . O. II. Onry, of Florence, is'nre f r- the dignity and equilibrium of I.mt.nal democracy in Piecinl con f i?f ; mbieu, m tuia city. "I-. Albert E. Foote has resigned the - a of clerk of the Supreme Court '' .it rritory, i;nd Ezra IS. Dodge has ,7pimteil to his place. . . v h;ve two step ladders in tho 6U' r l.'fart room for the convenience -di tale...

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. — 13 March 1886

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY, MAR i:J, 1SSG LOCAIi NEWS. The Saprcme Court will meet in this city on Monday. Tlio Select Knights A. O. U. W. will meet nt their Retreat to-night. Mr. J- 8. Vo3berR left this afternoon for his home at Sgii Gabriel, Cnl The very best coach paints nna var nishes ore used by A. P. Reaver. The Methodist Sandny school folks picnicked to-dny beyond Fort Jjowell. The uoveruornnd party wore fkd nnd banqueted in Yuma in right royal ptyle Mr. Wm. C. Davis went out to his sheep ranch in tho Santa Cetalinae, to day. Tho recent rainfall w3 very benvy in Salt River valley and tho river is up on its ear. The rmrable of tho wise nnd foolish viraias is not wholly applicable to the a. and h. p. Reid'i Opera House ie completed and the footlights arc awaiting 6omeihwj; to shine before. Mr. J. R. Tvler is in from his Whet ston ranch. Uo reports plenty of water in that section. Major Well?, of the Eighth Infantry, has left Fort Bowio for Angel Island Gsl. lie will return soon. ...

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. — 20 March 1886

ARIZ OJSTA WEEKLY CITIZEN. XU' . TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MARCH 20, 1888. "NO. . " T " I . lit ly Citizen. matin! & PnWisMis Co. F.3KKT KKOWS, :ht1 Manager. TCHXS : $S 00 2 m 1 w n risi.NO ratkh: .wrOoo 2 - ujDt't inrrliii 12S :a THBlKMIA: $H FF1CE: .tIi and PtHiuiuirtou Sts. its offer to pell out its the Star 8ys: "Consider- '.i it the relations existing iisd Hughes at that time i their present brotherlj must have been a 010." As Hughes then 1. the alleged influence of i ii f r$50j, oe might ren- fr.m the above thnt the pen for acceptance. The a very peculiar one. tureo things.ai:J three things -.i.keuji the republican . v..oii aii Republicans are i- :;ags in which the Ke : a-"t live or bear no life; - -xtncabl? blended to v. li-a our nation's life itself and they are absolute ii? billot, universality of education, and tb ,.:iJ elevation of thework s. They are three thing. ;u each other. Not one trinity can fail or per : i f the other two survive. .r. i ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 20 March 1886

VrEEKLY CITIZEN. SATUBDAY, MAB. HO, 1SF Tccsox la the only seaport on the nino-mfie-water-hole. The democratic iwrty in Arizona :e almost exploding with harmony. "The deniocrucy ia r; unit," seys tbe Star, and it might have added that it cau be counted on one linger of tbe left hand. Tun Star insinuates that some one cf the territorial newspapers have threct ened tbo judiciary. We have failed to see any indications of such nn absurd position on the part of our contempora ries, unless the recent fulsome adula tion of the judiciary by our e. c. may Ik considered as bristling with covert sarcasm. A ha:ck in Albuquerque loaned to much money to its president, his brota er and his partner, and to its eashier nnd bis brother, that it was obliged to close its doors. Some of these kiud of pablic contribution boxes are worse than the shotgun highwayman, for he gives a man some little chance for his shekels. The Philadelphia Press publishes a very affecting interview between Lieut. Greely nnd ...

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. — 20 March 1886

r ' - ' - ' ' 11 ' - 111 1. i-KLY Citizen. MA.K. 13, 1SS6 LOCAL XKWS. have s iecked , . itoars should .urrow nizht. that the ball-butter was j; ur tuegraud jry. V lirichta. of Novates, is , a ft'T das iu tho city. ' to obhse Beasou nt the , .i-e to-morrow uiht. -t varnisbfts aud paiuts man a are used ty A. P. Beaver. - o.msiiioriaK the erection of . w;ih money to be obtained on auction Paal Moronoy'fl , h-jds to-morrovr, beginning ' nora oraticos wore received . -.If rs yesterday. They came ... t.iwpt. .:ilstoiK Hiicgasts Judge - !, yiuson for the next dele i ':.ress. - athdown pays "corns down - '. era Uonse Wednesday eve ; ' . 'b'.ie Benson." . -c Herald oomes out briclit .. .;:., and its hupoarnuce is . ,:j',irjveJ thereby. - , -.ice bnlletiacd the western . m nnd tiie eastern for fi p. :. :-: be coming ou foot. i 11. Kittle, of the Pinal Ilec- list evening. He will re i ihU afternoon' train. A V. ildwin. of liar dlnnr, lied ween iVtiro Gonzales and Martinez, on Maroh I2tu, in l....

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. — 20 March 1886

Weekly Citizen. SATUHDAY, MAIS. 'JO, ISSfi PAH. VS. SHAW. epal the Argument if Ciini-ei the Motion fr a New Til!. Ih lion. Clark Churchill left to-day for Ehenix. Mr. 13. M. Jacobs i3 payiDt: New Or leans a visit. Judge Blair, of Florence, left for his home to-day. Mr. Albert "Weldon is now eojonrninR in Aspen, Colorado. A few tickets bnve been 8old at Dein inc for San Francisco, at SI each. The cool wind from the north to-day may possibly bring n frost to-night. There is a possibility that the post office m y yet to down to Main street, Lient. J. 15 Kerr, formerly stationed 8t Fort Lowell, is now at Lordstur. 7e seems to be au ahnndance of dem ocratic "iutiuence" in the local ctaioa phere. It is predicted that withm the nest year the town of Xogalea will more than djuble iu population. The railroad trains are heavily loaded with passengers who ar taking advan tage of the cut rates to travel. Dona l'ancha is having improvements made on her premises at the corner o' Meyer street and ...

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. — 27 March 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZE VVT . in PriBtiHg & PDWisMDg Co, HKKBEHT llltOWN, tienersl Jlncager. AiiYERTlSlNO HATES: t 00 2ft 1 to t-.r-t moortion.... IS c- 1 fuh'aupnt insertion..... 1 S6 TEUM3 POE THE 1A1LT: . $Kl IX) . 1 10 25 OFFICE: riser Church ami Penuin::toii Sts tnr thinks the chango in tbe n.iitof the territorial prison will ti i olitical complexion of Yuma i It would not 1)0 a surprising f, r tiny will likoly vote nil the pie of Phenix must be awful j. ciien the Herald feels called print one of Ilev. Mr. Talmago's s .u full as an offset to their m- e wouid suggest n Boason of U'Ls as an eiractual antidote. ure good times ahead for Pima 2 zi.ty, and it will contain more miles of railway within one yfar from to-day ban any fiber two counties in the Ter r:f -ry. As 8 raiiroad center the destiny c f Tui-si'a is one of great prominence. rjlsi: JfEiocrBcy has been in power a !itt r one year, and in the history of . .ir tiiii n, tbere never was a timo when t . wtre mure deserving ...

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. — 27 March 1886

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, MAIL 157, 1SSG Tucson really ought to hnvo an Arbor Day, and we Bngge6t that tho first lny of April be bo designated. It will be so very appropriate, yon know. Snrrosn just for a moment that Secretary Manning should bo gathered unto his fathers this trip, how would tho combination then stand? The cabi net without Dan Manning, is hko Cleve land without liamont, or Rip Van Win klo without Schneider. The Star feels badly hurt because we did not make a complete and exhaustive review of the report of the recent grand jury instead of complimenting only the Kocorder and Treasurer. Such was uot the intention of our article. We spoke of thcEe capable officials without mak ing any invidious comparisons, and no one but our strabismus contemporary findB any cause for criticism of our omis sion to embrace tho Board of Supervis ors or other county oflicials who may be equally deserving of commendation. The very uncertain nature of the news occasionally sent out regarding...

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. — 27 March 1886

WEEKLY CITIZEN. S.IUKDAY. MAli. 27, 1SSG LOCAti .NEWS. , cjoiI Templars' loilfie of Prescott 1 , ti.r'.lntldl'il- rVsn.1' I"59 nearly nil disappeared tin- t'l tue lsncons. t V. Sroffonl has sold tbo Flagstaff lb-- uati tri11 c to unn,nK- ii o is n danger of n strike rimourc . rlr t-t r drivers in this city. ur. snmmer conies, tbo riveracc f. -ric 'uu-ter will rise equal to the occa- ( ; T. Etcfaells anil bis daughtir, ivtra Etebells, are visiting Ari- ilr J-'ifph Jotz nas I'sen suffering fiVtrely with neuralgia for vreek or Uv retAils for 12.50 per ton in Salt h ver vulii-y, and for $20 per ton in L Kiekabangb is back from San p,4 . j.io.i. and is stopping nt the Cos- EVl"vbody sys tbnro is no restaurant m ?!.' irrntory the equul of tho Elite, ,.f la-x'ti. AIr 1. Miner, of l'henix, denier in -eiit-r-i merchandise, ramie an ussign-2i"-.t IatJy morni-tir. Cupt. E I. Me-.ker ami family will ..p-vpv lie !wneon Court plazs recent i o'cVa; ;ei ly Paul Morocey. Mi'. .Vice KDlnnd, sister of...

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. — 27 March 1886

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY, MAR. t!7, 1SSG LOCAL KEWS. The Supreme Court adjourned until July Sth. The grand jury hit the county court between wind and water. Grand and trial jurors will soon bo drawn for tbo U. S. court. H. F. Bennett ia packms up his stock of goods preparatory to removing to Al buquerque. The Frontier notes tho rumor that Hon. Samuel Purdy ls.to start another newspaper in Nogales. Arohio Xivens is constructing a largo storo in Nogales and will put in a largo stock of general merchandise. The republican committee of Cochise county have reorganized and are pre paring for tho approaching campaign. Miss M. Soto has purchased one of Pease & Co.'a new stvle iron frame pianos of Mr. A. Redeuill, on the easy installment plan. Governor Zuhck was asked to address the Anti-Chinese meeting, last night but excused himself, on the ground of indis position. Epitaph. Tho po6t offico bulletin says the mail from the west to-day will reach Tucson at 430 this afternoon; that from 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. — 3 April 1886

' 1 . ,. 11 .11 fc, 4i li m . T 5L - 1 TT jT4 it irr"i t I i HJ i 777; yv? " ' I'll- -VI 1 , TUCSON, PIMA COrXTV, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SAITHDAY APiUh. SO. II. I ;.;:zi Pmtiw & PiMisliag C8. 111P.HHKT BKOW.N, tijneral Mauaer. Tiatxa: 1 VC - -. tirst iawrtiiMt 2 2S . . . isach wit 4ii'U iH-rUofl li TEEN MS 1WE XMIX.V: $.0 00 OFFICE : ; .r.i. r i'hwrh ami Pcniiini-tfln Sis. trainer iinntxl Jim McCue .r.-usmaa at Col ton, on Thurs iiullet struck the oircne ramie . . y.Aoeed off. Tho modern Iki . ;:ii! dangerous riv-tl in the ,:va- man. . ruust be u hungry lot" or Con--u. - :a Washington. A dispatch . !r mi that city Thursday eveu-'.-.c President gavo bis :-ecoud r ta members of Congress to Aad now, in the language if ii.i.-r, 'the country IS safe." is Cincinnati, the grand jury has fouad u whole raft of iadictinents for frauds Ht tbe bs.lot jx. They grew out ot the last election, wherein the polls were ii-it.ii'U.ated tt bring about demo-i'.-::e cj -irit.cs. The Ohio legislative t ::t...

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. — 3 April 1886

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, APRIL 18SG "What to do with tie hostiles: First catch your hostiles, and then our grandchildren will decide tho question. Gehoximo was off in his chronoloffi cal data by (our days, lie tboueht it was the first of April when ho played tho joko on the military. Thebe is an end to all things, but it is hard to determine exactly what end wo have b truck in this Apache trouble, unless it be the business end. "Gexebai. Ckook has won another Star," says onr esteemed contemporary. Dees it contemplate mailing tho General another copy of that bheet? That would be the unkindest cut of all. Thet do Tribolet too muoh credit for influence with the bostilcs. His jiower with them, if recognized by tho war de partment, ought to give him shoulder straps with n star. Califobxia's newly appointed sens tor passed on to tho TaciBc coast from Benson a couple of days ajjo. Whatever may bo his other qualifications for the position, his bourbon democracy is not questioned by any one...

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. — 3 April 1886

LOCAL NEWS. It is reported that Uiffnon made Gcr--nrao a Rood offer, to nppoar at the Bird '. ', v but that the Chief declined, ns he - J? been offered bettor tortus by aBos i a Bocrd of Missions, to lecture on II .rdships endured by Boservation In--. Epitaph. srs, Arthur It. Earll and E. B. 1 -u.rey have formed a law partnership -Jt the firm name of Poniroy & Er.rll. ' r office is at the corner of Penning- j1" .Meyer streets. These youup - i ; L .t pentlemen will make a strong . - jL Soto's oraisy quilt and shams l rallied nest Sunday at the "' .-rS.Ainsa, Esq., on Peningtou -. c ramencing n 9 a. m. The Is are nearly all tuken in these ta'J'.ful umclts and thero is no doabt t -t t-e whole number will bo eold be f..w tbe day of the rafllts. S --V'-r Hearst is said to be a claim--1 to one half of the 23.010 acres of land "tu:3 countv, which the bill introduced in :?enitor Stanford ia intended to 6teal tue puMscdoninin, by thooonfirma ti " if tne i-purious land grant, known a5th- ...

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. — 3 April 1886

Weekly citizen SATURDAY, APRIL !i.lSi LOCAL XEWS. Major CoraecjF, Paymaster, bas boon Hbsigaea to Atlanta, ucorRia. Mr. PhiL Crovnt. of Huachncn. lias Kono east to visit his Lome of Aula Lnn2 Syne. The GnrzsN force is indebted to Geo J. li. Allen for refreebiDR camples of hie pnro end sisrectnjppie cider. The Star's Chinaman bas been turned loose on SheriT Paul. Bad an it is, it i better than its lleliecn firecrackors. ""Knrrv Tnrncr ba3 been ertendinff dav or two in town. He reports his Sil ver Monarch mine as still panning out rich. The Nozales Frontier 6ajs Mr. E. F. McElwuiu, now residing in this city. will probaDly be appointed Register of the Tncson Jjanu ollice. An unsuccessful nltempt was made on Wednesday night to blow open the bafe of Irvine Jfc Co.. of Phenix. The fate wasnined bat not opened. The Masonic lesson of eijjht bonra for lator. eeems to have made an indelible impression upon tbu Knights of Labor. ew lors llebrtw .standard. Tlio niano scents in Phenix have in au...

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. — 10 April 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. vol. xvr. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY APRIL 10, 18G. NO. 12. IV- im Printlns: & PnMislunE Co. HERSKKT HHOWN, lieneral Maa&ger. Wi : JS 10 ; ' , " 2 ft) v. v ;:":" uiTMtTisiJfa hates: n ,. r-.t insertion 225 .M'..' wti MdweoaeBt insertion 15 JTBMS rOB TIIE SilLT: . S VO 03 . 1 1 5 OFFICE: Corner ("hurdi and Penuiiigton Sts. ri.r-- Esi Cleveland evidently regard- the u-rritones as asylum forniis t tt.;t.c:..s-. T.;r inspirators have betrayed jus- .3 tl.., Uir tdnTieil tllft TUClUea mo i t ir a-tp iuto the side of its represen- uJtorn its ermine into tr tul:ve, r r .1 discoveries over in New Mex-ir- rather an innovation among the vis metal miners, and wo hear . . .,, .. ml." nnd t- spas oi uiK "T.'tsot petroleum,'' etc. Tee Starsays "justice treads with an leulen heel, bnt strikes with an iron hand." The conspirator? will exhibit a nu precaution by padding in auticipa tion of the Utter alternative. Wr hove" before us a poem, entitled...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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