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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 10 April 1886

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, .- - APRIL lO.lSSu Tiiey raise ebool so often in Missis sippi that it is now quoted as n staple production of the state. Gladstone's bill for givies to Ireland many great concessions in the way of home rale, is n long step towards the final independence of the green isle. "With the full enjoyment of nil that this bill promise?, the fntnre of Ireland is in its own hands, aciby the judicious ex ercise of the autonomiprivileges siren ititbe fntnre is fall of promise for the IrUh race of people. Genehai. Black is receiving a pen sion of $100 o month for services during the wcr, on the ground that he is "a mental and physical wreck." Tet the commissioner of pensions is coustciitly rovokiug pensions granted to disabled anion soldiers on the ground that the disability under which their pensions were granted has censed to exist. And it is claimed that if General Jileck is the ''physical and mental wreck" upon which his pension was granted, he is untit for the dutie...

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. — 10 April 1886

LOCAL SEWS. Chas. J. Frepsa Casa ea-t. ODll- ehil.irfn of Mr. hsvts been afflicted with tho diphtheric for the pnst week, but are linprovinK. Mr E. VnnKnren won a male nl ..., Inst nisrht. Ho will use it for fin . tt.-r nt tho Calabasas railroad de- C.ri'"'" t-ct. it hr.3 lieen two weeks fiuco a copy of - ., Toasostoao renoueu mm uuicc, (vTst's the matter? not suspended it ia frank Miltouberc niid wife will make BT-,it to rfn Franoibco, of several weeke. Frank tuny conclude to purchase 11 line r,.r ranch in California nud settle don :n that state. if. w. A. Scott has added to his list cl luinraucd oosnpanie, The Accident T3fCrHlJce Company of North AmertCR, t e only company in America which de- -. i.. fiit.re capital to an esi:iuBie accident business. Tee proposition for tho erection of n llnrisfel'1 rtneiter in tuis cut is uueu 1st. Onite a lurco block I' tiock nas already been subscribed, coutiBijent upon tho whole amount be- taken. ..fflw'rt car of the Wabasb. St i.au i l'aeitic ...

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. — 10 April 1886

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, ATK1L 10,1886 LOCAL SETTS. Clifton is moving in the establishment ot a Masonic .Lodge at toot place. Ihn nnti-nhitipan organization of Tombstone Las ordered a boycott of till employers of Chinamen. Major Comejtys will be nocompamed by W. J. Corbett to Atlanta, Ga, to which place he has been assigned. John Hart has nnrchased the Her cules Powder wagon and will run it as a general er press wagon. Th Tombstone Democrat sum Tom Wade and his show were recently run ont of Las Crncea. X. 31. Dr. W. Hall was arrested, in Noyales a few days oro and takento Wilcox, charged with malpractice, Th HartBfeld smelter at Tombstone started up on Saturday for a tefet run of forty-eight nours. The law firm of Messrs. Haynes and Stiles has been dissolved by mutual con sent, dating from April 1st. a fiormnn hripklaver named Ilarman Mattfield, fell from a building in o gales.on Wednesday evening, and re ceived fatal injuries. He died the next morning. Hon W. C. Dridwell. of Graha...

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. — 17 April 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. V01, AM. f Citizen Printwj & WMm Co. HERBEKT HltOWN, Utoeral utrmger. txums : 5 Jl ADVEETISISO UATES: $3 03 , 200 . 1 DO 223 125 :.S un,cacbM2bsacentineertion..... TESMS FOB THE DAILY: y a 1 (U 25 OFFICE : Corner Clmrcli and Pennington Sts. llie .t ' t Ti.c Sacramento Record' Union says r. cent general military changes Anz -mans will con&trno it us a sc D Crook." Not ft bit of it. The o'J AriZ"na were awnre of the up r.s chance before the uupleas- w that G jronimo waa not with u ii Crook's grasp and that the blame ; n t capturing him cannot b laid -.pB the sh mlders ot the retiring Gen JiL The people know that General t k was -relieved at his own re-quest .! they are manly enough to accord to ::a exact justice. He has been severe ly criticized for former errors, but in hia last efforts to capture Geronimo und his followers there is na room to censure him. The United States government has been paving annually very closo on five tl.onsand dollars for th...

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. — 17 April 1886

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY, - APRIL 17. 1SSC Ocb morninj- cotemporary hurrahed on 'tottier side of the labor troubles this xnorainff. It is evidently determined to be on the right pido it it has to e- arionnd the question. The cyclones ore twisting up tho Min nesota prairies and scattering death and destruction in all directions. It is be lieved that ths list of casnalties will be very large. The burden of the responsibilities and expense in great Echemes its usually pretty equally divided. For instance, DeLessops has faith in tho Panama canal and his friends have money. The real and personal property of the Arizona Industrial Exposition Associa tion at Phenix, was sold n week or ten days ago, on execution. We suggest that the territorial militia l2 called out to valiantly guard tho unfinished walls of the in snne asylum from the covetous hands of the rhnenicfan Shyloiks. Ocn e.c comments upon the fact that Delegate C. C. Bean has sent numerous reports on commerce nud navigation. 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. — 17 April 1886

M EEKLY CITIZEN. LOCAJj SEWS. unci ii piaCt.r pold from tha vioinily of lliv e riJe lias becti sold in Florence. . W. lolbs anil bis family nro iu ltiTeuce tvuenithey will probably set- t J.'WB. Ibe litlmout lodciue, bouse, on n-ir.hl'lsza, is baitif: enlnrcwl by a ts-o story addition on the west. t..a 1. S. eraud jury are uenrly witti iboir luvestiatione. T, l i,r..b.iblv remein in session only Jay i-wrvr. i r I of Cnnt. W. A. Ilancock. o: v '"A "' reported to Love been nd- alJii.sauo Hud has been taken to G u- Miif it is smJ. will retire tho V vlit s'lHtts to the peacefnl sbnJec ",f iba rrtjtrvatioti witb tbe exception of a fyr trailers. jlr II. 13. Maxon, of Tombst -ne, is in al bein utixturo here for several at' 1 "'. 3 on8 o tue United allies ln.il jary. lliihJ JJrawIey bos withdrawn from TV Y-mbtoue Democmt, nnd Wm. Inaauon is tbe sole proprietor. He iri.i-sae. dully in n few daye. ti Mor 0. M. Stratus bas received R c.ri Ji FlyV photographs of tbo has- I'U.ci'JS Hi.'luditiR G...

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. — 17 April 1886

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY, AFItUj 17.1SSG LOCAL NEWS. There seems to bo plenty of water in tho nceqnios alone the Ssnta Cruz bot toms. Tho Carthago Mining company ('ld Gunsight mine) Bait has been before tho district court for n conplo of days. Mrs. 0. B. Sessions, formerly of this city, bnt now u resident of Charleston, South Carolina, recently presented her husband with a little pledge of affection a daughter. Mr. sessions is now bo- .tonrning in Florida. The Star, in its usual underhanded manner, casts imputations upon the honesty of John A. Cluxn. It is a well known fact in Arizona that, it u candi date for any position can only get the Star to attack him, his cause is more than half won. Epitaph, Mr. O. A. Howard, of Chillicothe. Ohio, who has been visiting his brother 11. v , Howard, train dispatcher of tho S. 1. It. B. in this city, will leave for his home to-morrow. Mr. Howard ia a conductor oa the 0. W. & B. B. K. Uartholdi's statue of Liberty enlight ening the world, wi...

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. — 24 April 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL XVI. TUCSON, PBIA COUNTY", ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY APRIL ii, 1886. NO. U. WEEKLY ClTIZEIN. l Citizen PriQtins & Publishing; Co. HEKBEUT HltOWN. General Manager. , . , - MOO . . no APTEKTItil.NS BATES: . .re. finttinsnrtion.. IS t . rh fulxKMUPBt insertion..... 125 TF-E)t.S FOB THE U.ULY: r-y, . r m Soo 1 IX) OFFICE : ton:' T Church ami Pennington Sts. To i Luve a quality of respect for the j;-:,:v of labor, in Tombstone, that tt"; r. t injure the cause by doing any--'. tne kind itself. A ' yjr EByCE Journal : Southern Ari wants an ostrich farm. If they tt. , r at a fence around Governor Zulick ' ts 9 accomplished. Iabou and capital are working in coni-p.-te harmony when the industrious l-.rglar is undisturbed in his successful t2fjrts to blow open the door of a safe. The pinching poverty tuat exists be hind the trilded exterior of the aristoc racy of wealth i seen in all its ghastly hiJeoaness by no one more than by the UiStiBOT. A man named Sass ...

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. — 24 April 1886

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY, - APRIL 24.16S6 Cleveland will not get married until after the Bennte adjourns. He will not send the papers to Hint body when he nsks its confirmation, either. Moxtezcma Ross, who is now in Washington, has been confirmed by the senate as governor of New Mexico. His second coming to the land of the Pue blos will be hailed with savage delight by hi3 autochthonous subjects. Toceists to California term San Francisco the city of bay-wmaows; San Diego, the city of bay-climate; Santa AnitB, the place of bay-horses; Yreko, the town of bay-tree?, and the whole state a nursery of ba-bics. St. Loris Post-Dispatch: Bayard ha3 rim th Stnto Dfinnrtment now for ft year and a month, and hes not stirred up any bad feeling with a single coun try except Italy, Austria, China, Mexico, the Argentine Republic, and one" or two others. His stock of rejeoted diplomates is believed to bo the largest in the world. Texas received a piscatorial viitor from the skies during a recent hea...

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. — 24 April 1886

ffEgKLY CITIZEN LOCAL NEWS r v of citizens of Arivnca Lave i 'urnev bv ttnni to the Gulf of J:,i '(l.r' a tJ "epend a month iii tbe Vt- " J jlenart!S to bo found alone atri ant shore. T, skruffe surveyinc party bnve tu" boundary Mirvey oetween it '.t, j I'ita i counties, mster.d of a . ut "-nrcey. Mr Hoskruso once " the line for his county mart, ri'3. nt ollieihl surrey will not A U.V IJlhi. JUi mm. -. r.zcs pomosbos facilities for ". f.i.:.is nud classes of book and t -:u the highest stylo of tbo ' , c .1 art. together with ruling t: ' 7 , . , .it prices that will compare '', ibo of ban Francisco. f-. r. n bIwbjb guaranteed. , , ,s t ficine East, General aad , . - received- every attention V"""' , military hnd citizens, and nn " t - j.tion given iu their honor Y unJ Mm. Weston Saturday ' .-t, as well a by the hundreds " , . wi!i were there Courier. T I. labstone Epitaph is in tbe f i verv religious pnrosjsm, und its p'iou fervor tliroueh its " Vr It is fVared that its religious -t ...

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. — 24 April 1886

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY, APRIL 2USSG LOCAL NEWS. Rev. Mr. Gregory advertises pasturage for horses or cattle Mr. F. "W. Lanmeister, of Yuma, Las been visiting bis many friends in Tucson for the past week. Assessor H. 8. Stevens has returned from a toar through the southern por tion of tho county. The U. S, grand jury got through with their labors on Saturday and mast ot them have gone home. Capt, "Wra. A. Thompson, 4th Cavalry, is A. A. A. G. nt the headquarters of the department in tho field. Capt C. S. Roberts, 17th Infantty. nnd his wife, passed through this city this afternoon, for California. Messrs. Burns. Gaylord and others dis covered a very rich but email team of gold bearing quartz westJof the Tucson mountains yesterday. Mrs. C."V. IWilliams (nee Tenneyi is visiting her mother, Mrs. V. C Unvis, in this city. She came down from San Jose, CaL, yesterday. Mr. Chas. Noble, of Delaware, cousin of Lieut. It. n. Noble, 1st' Infantry, ar rived this afternoon. He will probably enga...

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. — 1 May 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEK fr a VOL XVI. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MAY 1, 1886. NO. 15. W EEKLY CITIZEN Citizen PriBtM & FoMisMng Co, HKRHEIIT UltOWN. General Jl.iiiauor. TkBMK : t- t UB. Mouths ADVIRTISI.Vi BATES: ,utre, lir-t ieiiin.... ,o-tre. each salK-eauent iasartion. TEEKS FOB THE DAILY: a fk JSOO , It) . 1 DU 2 25 Its . SKI (X) . 1 00 OFFICE : r rner Church ami Pennington Sts. i r is i-Hid tliMt a Into postmaster at l.-Ui- Lbs spirited himself away from 1. so.-ne of crooked transactions, to : H'trow of sundry creditors. He , Untlj lielieves that a non est man is ; l blest work of God and aspired to t .t 3erce of nobility. The Epitaph eays Mr. Mark A. Smith Las v.nttt?E from Washington that Gov. Zi lck aud Marshal Meade will both be confirmed- The people of Arizona have never supposed that it would bo other wise. No remove'' were made to give them pofitiottf. Tte former incumb ents hail voluntarily tendered their rii2iiat:o3, and nothing but the total u...

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. — 1 May 1886

Weekly Citizen. SATTJKDAY, MAY 1,1880 Geroxiuo nnd his tronpe are. making a farewell tonr of our Territory, a la Path, and they seem to draw well. Our e. c. says "the Star and the peo plo are always on the same Bide." It omitted thu information that it referred only to "we, tho people." To its Ions catalogue of new products in which California ehous n peculiar facility of 6uccessf til propagation, is that of raising sugar. In San Francisco tho other day it was raised-half a cent per pound. The Apaches went to Calahasaa to look over the railroad grade, intending io hid upon its construction, but they found no Crook in the survey and too many Miles for them to get over, and they will likely abandon the project. While the preponderance of the evi dence goes to show that the hosiilo Apaches attacked the Pennsylvania ranch near Crittenden and killed Messrs. Richardson and Gormley, wo nre in clined to accept the denial of Mr. Gorm- ley himself that he is neither dead nor a proper subject ...

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. — 1 May 1886

. tlr tt'l-TEKLY CITIZE?!. ua on June Mr. W. N. Coler, of tbo Harrow Gauge railroad, is visiting L.03 Angeles, i-.u,fc Miltenborif cot homo this re nunc from a lo California i TPiirsion narh to the 1'ociOo c ',st will Ktart from .' Sto advertisement jv't it fanny that America wna die - v red riarly four unndred yeara before - . j;fovorv or the birtupiace 01 -oi- 4 ".i? x e mail irtio does not take bis meals ; ti t Elito does uot !0lize tbo full a. .i-arc of sastronomicu! deligbts with i rvtclt. Vsi-mlian Enzsobere is in the city tr u titervitle, with u quantity of tbo t w un-tal hs tbe tauible result of jj x .s'.ry s a miner. , a ' tried to roi:eb Tuosoo to got rru Draohtnau'e eiunr. and , "f.. ireiu so d iui: -vill probably v . 1. Id cbief to death. . j 1 a properties known as tbe i. uritf wtr- to-dny itaebed by . ' t . !aank, of Sbu Francisco, for , i ...Led, amounting: to less tban mail cimetbroueb last evonmj;, 'j,- X cmeoB. Topeka and Sauia 1. tin- first thr.'iiub euatein mail ...

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. — 1 May 1886

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, JIAT 1.16S6 ' "Warner's Lake presents many nt trac tions for parties and picnics. The fishing is superb. P. Charoleaa's Hour mill near Flor ence, was burned a lew days npo. 3Ir. Charoleaa has gone to Florence to ar range for rebuilding. Col. .1. A. Zabrisfcie, who haa been confined to his house by illness for u - week or ten days, is again able to ap pear in his office. "Reports from Fort Huachuca state that General Miles has ordered all the Apache 6cauts ai that place, numbering about fifty to be discharged. They will start for the San Carlos reservation to day, in charge of n quartermaster ser geant Epitaph. J. Macovich, an aged dealer in fruits nuts, etc., next to Gabe Einstein's, on Meyer street, died last night in his room at tho rear of his ntand, probably from natural causes. lie was very old and incapable of performing much labor, be sides which he was subject to asthmatic troubles. Gen. Ned McOook, tho newly appoint ed Inspector of Indian Agencies,...

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. — 8 May 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN X I. VOL TUCSON, PDIA COUNTY", ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MAY 8, 188G. NO. 16. WmKLY CITIZEN. m citizen Printins: & PnbMiiiE Co. HEEBEKT BKOWN, General Jiasager. s 00 . 203 . 100 ADVEBTISlSO BATES: n-.Sju&ro. nn-t insertion... 2S5 TEEMS FOE THE DAILY:' r--.f:-r -r i oo p.r week - ... OFFICE: Corner Church and Pennington Sts. a The Tombstone Epitaph says it ia inserted, as an assured faot, that General Miles will make his headquar ter , during the present campaign, at Fort LowlL TH2 Indians who wero educated by tv. ptilanthropical sentimentalists of. to east, are proving to be the most sH crafty and dangerous among the iaaie Apaches. It is only another pout, of tne.impoasibility of constructing & silken purse ont of a porcine'fl auricu lar appendage. Another group of Pima county mines has passed into the hands of an ener getic company with means to place them into a condition ot productive ness. 1 his is hat the beginning of a series of great prope...

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. — 8 May 1886

Weekly citizen.! i SATURDAY, MAY 8.18S6I A cak ol innocent lord exploded a few days ago in a Chicago packing house with suoh terrific force that the build ing was shattered, ono man was killed and several others were badly wounded. We have always believed that a time would come when the much abused American hog would turn on ita op pressors and let loose its latent dynamics in wrathful retaliation, but we had rea son to expect that it would first am bush Bismarck. Even the lightest cans ot the unctuous cxtraot are known to lie in weight for somebody. Is Lis speeches nt the various towns nnd oities throngh which he passed Jeff Davis never neglected to highly compliment the ladies. At Montgom gomery ho said of them: "God bless you, ona and nil. I love you all from the bottom of my heart, and give you '.hnnks now for yonr kindness1.'' It is quite evident that Jeff appreciates his !: deep indebtedness to the fair sex upon nn nnnnsinn when his prompt conver- oion into n female was the fi...

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. — 8 May 1886

wkkkly Citizen. MAY 8, 1SSG "st when bo is , s a Jay or two b'co. He was .,-ut r an J ieft no Million heir. The Neptune emoller at Bisbee stark el uplast Tuesday. v mu sical as it rany Fcern.Dr. Oder- tsstt is always the uui-Iopkt-,: 'Mown in the 1 a rise named Million tii- d in Lob Ar f ,- T Sbanalian, who was shot by irj: ,xii at Uenr Valley, near Oro ,c-, died lat-t Friday nod was buned S itirday- T c .cacce committee oa .Memorial r .r u-i 1 interview the citizens to-mor- - v: ;. i it io -' hoped they will bud i?rally towards it. Jr. Lucas bos found his lino pointer "-rr.ived away from Warner's Lake a i s bco. It is n valuablo dog and nzL-i by its owner. 1 Aaado, of Sonora. is in the It wa3 up"n bis ranch below No lu, t many of tho fiendish outrages emitted by the Apachee. Mariell, who is at present nicht were j uan sn La Trinidad mine, Sonora, is t ltn.rritd on the loth to n Mexican ! ,Mti.n worth S20D.000 in cattle t-1 Lucky Dick! Lpitaph. Wti csoavatiDR Tor the 6ewer pipe t 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. — 8 May 1886

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY, MAT 8.16S6 MINING SALE. CIVIL STATUS OF TIIK PAPAUOS. The wife una family of Mr. Frank Oobler left this afternoon for Loa An geles to reside. Mr. 0. Seligmann, of Lob Angeles, is visiting Tncaon, looking after liis busi ness interests here. The Park brewery is turning out the best quality of beer ever made in Ari zona. It is pure and wholesome. Dr. George Duke has returned ttom a trip to Florence, and resumed his place in the Church Plaza drug store. A splendid lot of fine lace curtains juaaras rt;rsiiiii,.i.i" .- ham, just received at Leo Goldscbmidt s. Q. J. Boskrnge came in from his boun i i:-. enmv last pTPninr to COD nnce the people that Geronimo hBd not scalped turn. While Indian rumors are very plent r.il Tnitnn nRTTfl in ATnABdinclv BCar06 One can get almost any kind of infor mation Be wants regarding me uosuiea Phil. Drachman says the little girl who thin morninir is the Uliiiou ..v. . ninth coupon from his bona or matri mony, and bo is just as pro...

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. — 15 May 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. Oh XVI. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MAY 15, 1806. NO. 17; VF.ftKLY CITIZEN, r r':.uPriitin2 SPdIsMdj Co. toJ ir- CUFItT IlimWN 'u.-neral Manager. $s oa . 2 IB 100 a. tBTisisa hates: --t in-ertion... i -.iti-eQueBt insertion. . M 5 FOR THE UAILY: .. 2 2S .. 125 .$10 00 . 1 . 2i OFFICE: Crr.' r CimrWi ami Pennington Sf s. g , r mlieate it was ia the new t .t :t tvon, for Chairman Zu ." Honorary Insane Board, to "v '-.ei sluing his findings be--.u vaaor Zulick, ns chief execn 4 7 t rt -f y that whi ih he hB already 2 l.m a pu -lie and official ca- . - , (nrQ"llil nf thft 111- .ly. no aos p'.iseetitraz witness: auorne;,) prosecution; trial jury and the -.'DC judge, gnu u js""."' &iiy formulated ready tor his signa- tsre. Taere is a modest oei:cacy in U. method of procedure which looks B3 though the interests -f the ferritory ere perfectly safe in his hands so long as the nrhri -al i kopt "at of hia reach Tax Insane Honorary Directors take...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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