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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 15 May 1886

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, MAY 13,16SG Bek Bctleb' haa got liis eyo on Boec crans. and tbo latter has been uncertain for n long time which ontia was loaded for him; but his worst fears were real ized in the discovery that it is Ben's bad eye. The pnblic will panerally w Kard the combat with tho sine icterert the backuoodrman did theflsht between his "old woman" and tho bear. . Oxn day the news oomea that the Mexican troops havo knocked blazes ont of the Yaquia and wih dictate their own terms ot peace. Tbo next day equally reliable information ia received that the l'nnuia repulsed the iloxican attack and drove thorn out with a terrific slaughter. We are uuceitaia which we thould bp lievc, and therefore we believe neither. IIebu Host spends most of hia time now in hiding from the officers of the law who havo warrants for his arrtst. The mo3t appropiate occcpation for Most is in the "line of testing the elasticity of hemp under tension. He is too danger ons n conspirator to bo permitted...

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. — 15 May 1886

tkly Citizen, H t- : t- LOCAL NEWS. Als-ml Contreras shipped five car Jis cl cattle to California yesterday, r.il mere carlo;u of materials for - ;i ;Ls tnornins, S-.rv.sor Teitsworth and Clerk -.1 - .......... I. DahiI OA0AAr r 1 Will Uuc'uijuuj viuinvi.il m .-" J lliott to view the route of the .Jl.v. ... r-ir ''ci roaJ lo V trr'tv franco riilroad between r "ji Tncson will bo some relief: 1 1 it be pu-hed on I nrihernortth i 1 li wore relief. Herald. j c - mporary mentions b carp of one - l as ' which meamred 50 inches in ' k-U weished three aDd onc-hilf "'"A i. It is quite n fish tale even for I erratic newspaper. ,. .f Ineoldsby's splendid etcli--T"'tiTt nns'iJnSan Xavier del Bac "js-v td:e place to-nicht at the ; Y ,V1 the chance3 have been taken '.iiiT - 3-fev thrower will be the envy 't -"wl. '.ceity, forit is n fine picture. r - ,4 & liumbacRh were awarded L " i rct f jr punting me several ap 3 and entrance to tho Court t .L stairways niia iuo mrmiure ' v .nous ollices n...

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. — 15 May 1886

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY, - MAY 15.1SS6 Lieut Wm, Stanton, Gth Cavalry, is n the city anJ finds many friends here to Creet him. Lieut. Stant-m is now uide on the staff of General Aliles. Mr. Fred E. Stonrell is the new editor of the Clifton Clarim, the firm of pnb Jishers being Fied E. Stoorell & Co. .Mr. S'.ottell was recently editor of the i'o anna Progress, in Los Angelea county, California. Seuor Morale?, formerly Mexican consul in tbi city, is now eeoretsry of the MfXi-hn Legation at Washington, and Senior liomtli is consul at St, Thomas, one of tlie Danish West India islnnds. Gen. J. B. Allen whose store is on Church etreet, hu jast received b fine lot of choice, fresh batter by express. On and after llondiy next he will be in continuous supply of pure c eam but ter, fresh egi; and p-re apple cider. Mr. Huso Arnold, formerly superin tendent of the Clifton rainec, died in Clifton on May 5tn, aped 33 years. Mr. Arnold was a very pleasant Kentleaiau tad s Rood mineralogist, h...

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. — 22 May 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL xvr. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MAY 22, 188G. NO. 18 WEEKLY CITIZEN, Citizen Priatins & PnMisMiie Co. HERRK11T HllOWN'. Ut-nTu .Manager. TERMS : M Months 3 00 ... -to ... 110 APVEBTISIXO KATES: - , mre. first iBsertien 225 s , ..i.-e, ech sl;-iint insertMM..... 1 25 TERMS POK THE DAILY: , . Siooo il 1 ; i:::z OFFICE : ( ..rncr Church and Pt'niiingtou Sts. t i. T a horror-scope is Geronirao's : d blood! ,e milk of fraternal intimacy be ., . a the Yuma prisoners nnil the - - n officials is said to amalgamate .itifully aud without n curd of com ...mt to cloud its milky whey. Hekk Most was caught under a bed. VI Dutib was captured in hoops. Even h r.ies like these exhibit effeminate weaknesses in times of extremity. One aspired to eocper the world; the other wanted bnt half of his coun try, and the size of the larceny is about the only practical difference between them. . When the clouds discriminate bo wantonly, and give to already ...

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. — 22 May 1886

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. MAY 22, 1SSG The people of Xew.lIexico are pub lishing the indnoements offered tlio hos tile Apaches in the southern port of that territory. Geronimo, when he learns the facts will donbtlcss hasten to ac commodate tbcm. The Irish peoplo are divided on the home rnlo programme of Gladstone. Ireland mnst be united horsolf to hope for the countenance of other nations who look with favor upon the accom plishment of its absolute freedom and acquisition of autonomic government OCR AGF.!CULTrj3AL RESOURCES. the far ucr in Arizona, nnu without it (From the lteftaurces of Pima Cuonty.) I the EOll Id t'mmt worthless. It (Allows Tho popular belief that Arizona is from this that the amount or land mat possessed of littlo or no agricultural re- can bo brought under cultivation de sanrccs, is being rapidly dissipated pendsonthe water eupplj. The limit throngh the experience ot time. Only of production will always depend ou tnis a short time ago it was looked upon as suppl...

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. — 22 May 1886

vr.v.ICLY CITIZEN. 'local xkws. .V.e, of tha Southern Pacific . 1vtn: les. - . f A,t recoil t at the railroad -I't-i! city vew.ie. ia-, reached the " . tum of ., , HnnsforJ. for-ri.- of the - .' .v.huat. in this oiiy, is now ... : wi.h the COMMHNT. Brunswick Billiard 11 tr-.-iineters sold uoro at ten cents - verv nnrciiuoie tout tuej ?" -. .-a uj tbo weather badly. It "Tt' . . .-.immoJate them all. uii iu t". r tct it ,,H3 arned tha nppolU- j. j .R-amp weutbar. , x- ,sin party of Graham county pjj't-'ii westward t -day to join 5" a .; mty in tbo biff honee on V . i.tlutna. Their roj'onrn will K-4" V r tbe indefinite days of the f1 "jaUs Uarnes extended the in y 'Tt t'a t tliem to xauko the journey. c- j ial is still in San Francisco Iwiil r-b-ibly not return uutil next . - ' 1 ' habeas corpus tiroct-ediDiis t' J f r tbe release of James Mu J Tni Saturday were postponed f T ; , c k. thus detaining; Sheriff I r - s- e:t exprcts to strike a lr.rce ' Vit if!" su tU0 DL'W' WCl1 tUat 1,8 ...

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. — 22 May 1886

Weekly citizen.. SATURDAY, - 31AY22.1SSG Mrs. Gust. A. IIolT went by the east boned train to-day for a visit to San An tonio, Tcxns. Camillo llonllier is shipping very fine ore from his Bluo Bird mine in Ari vuca, near the Cerro Colorado mine. The new road to Greuterville will not be viewed by the Overseer and commit tee appointed by the Supervisors, for a week or fen duys yet. More buililinj? impovements are noa being made than at any previous time during the past year. When the boom comes every building in the city will bo occupied and the demand for carpen ters and builders will exceed the sup ply. The Citizen hazards a cuess in re gard to the change in proprietorship of the Clarion, and :s incorrect in its state ment ilr. Edward Stowell to whom it, doubtless, refers as the former editor of the Pomona Progress is not connected with the Clarion. Clifton Clarion. The tarmers say that this is rather a backward season. Most of them will not commence threshing until the first week in ...

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. — 29 May 1886

ARIZONA EEKLY CITIZEN. VOL. XV f. TUCSON. PIMA COUXTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MAY 29, 1886. NO. 19 Ki:iCLY CITIZEN. .;. n Pri'Jiis 5 MMn Co S I - v j. W H-P.3KUTKh(lVN, VDVr.liTISlNll HATES : first insertion -. ,- . vich sahseouent insertion. TEEXS TOa THE UAIL.Y: ti on 1 00 .. 225 .. 125 .$ 00 . 1 OU OFFICE : Or..er Church ami Pennington Sts. udiI tbcir deadly use of dynamite bimbi witu luoenilmry utterance, calculated to incite others to murder anil riot, is aurely 6uflieieut cause for tbe forcible suppression of bucli n- revolutionnr newspaper, and tbe New York authori ties should not waste ouy time or senti ment in eradicating this dangerous fun gus from ita midst. j r people of Tucson show far greater r ci to Chief Geronimo than they do to la ordinary President of the United State J, or even to the chief executive ctlw Territory. sooner bad the c-w arrive! of his near approach to c Vtbin 116 leaamo tlle chlei topio ot tx-t .1 cmversation upon tho streets .illnrtly afterwar...

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. — 29 May 1886

Weekly citizen. SA-TOr.D.VY. 31 AY 29.1SSG Thebe will bo greater rejoicing in Arizona when GeronimoV hood forsakes his body than over the ninety ajd nine who refaso to be captured. The democratic portion of the Ohio . eenate aro s'iH via .J in jr Kentucky. Tbey are trying to imbibe. Banrboa democ rr.oy at its fountain haul whera tlie nrti. cle is manufacture! in its virjin purity No wondsr the ministry want the British parliament dissolved. Two or throe tx-titinna airs mat the boae rule bill have jnst been preheated, each o' them being oae and a quaiter milea in length. "now long, O Lord, will this Apnebe Indian war continue?" pays the Albu querque JmiHftl, an-J we hasten to re Bpond that it will continue until the last Apache has been gathered unto hi" fnthors and Congress makes an appro priation for a marble monument to per pctnste his dtptinxuisbed memory. The prompt uetion of the volunteer forces from Tueaon io pursuing the lios tilea through the Rincocs is worthy ot praise. The...

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. — 29 May 1886

T J M tTKEKLY CITIZEN. in Indiau badly hurt by tho cars was Ji'bt in bribe irBln from th ?et S,moia. He wis not an Apache, only a Piaa The Papago Indians rof jw to enlist An.nts. either bain? too cowardly to rnat pches or too indolent 10 eien Selves in the chase. It i- perb-.p, jj-at Inat they snouiu no. ue imuuh csffare. Ts."Iucson Weekly FlaBuos.' ,f mo latest phosphor is the ent glow - i cal journalism, nn.l it is really Rn j sparkling little paper. It is 1-,1 bv Ed. Stephens and M. A. South. Snpt. Walker ,icp.1 several of the Narrow Gauge more carloads of lies l...:....!i,t. knla: in. ft io4ible. He baa also received ti -oa one would erect a crusher and -.ar-entretora " this city he could l'f1 e-joach ore to keep runumg day Ini treat. There are vast quantities ot eoad concentrating ores near the city toolo grale to ship for treutment Bbrosd in exchange speaks of oleomargarine ; the role ol "nonesv. when it has its The ordinary consum- . , -..r irmpi ou will tetifv tbit he has ne...

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. — 29 May 1886

ho- Weekly citizen. SATURDAY, THE INDIANS. A Body of Saracs Iteportcd In the Itin cons Volunteer and Militia start out to Protect tJir Lives and 1'ropertj- of the Settler. A bi ripplo of excitement was creat ed this morning bv the arrival of a man from the ran.-h of Juan Telle, at the western end of the iliccon mouutain.o, in tho Cinnega bottoms, ubout fifteen t milea Boutheast of the city, with a report that the Iudians had carried off two boys, BRtd ten and twelve yearn, 6ons of a vaqaero at that ranch. Too horse bud been driven at men a epeed that it was completely exhausted when the city was reached. Ihe courier knew but little of the particulars, except that ten or s. dcz en Apaci.ea bad suddenly appeared near tho house and took np the two boys. The mother was in the houie and when the courier turned to look back tho In dians had tho houeo surrounded. The men were all out on the ranee looking after tho herds. The news was nt first scarcely credited but couriers were shortly att...

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. — 12 June 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. i - it 1'Tr ul. a l. eekly Citizen. Citizen YMm & Prtlisfog Co. ikrhi:i:t imows. Matb I 03 200 1 00 AUVKunm.NO bates: : in, first itertim ....... caa -rwa in unr v: 13 IS Hi 01 2 Uiiivh .i -l ' ic-n a . Mr. ..f ..! CO U1 Ju.tl'le dis .t:ckiug olexHear-riwe only o' tue wbiile. Iu bogus 1 .sui.i there w strength Lx ov. St vk3, of Albuquerqne, hns , t,- .i u.ble ludi -u puJi.'v. lie uys idler th.'.v uro conquered he would bury then, Bat why postpono tho burial bo very long? TnE anarehirts want an equality of right-, privily poses6ione. Tbey will find tbdr tierry iu perfect practice iu the p nitectjarie., Bad tbey ought to ,Tt-ir P'vis la- gracefully yielded to the inevitable force of circumstances 6jjj fars ne will pass tbo remainder of lu-i days 8t Heativoir, as dumb as an i xtler. Let ub give thanks. The press reports haro been filled wita all sorts of minute au.l nauseating detail of every movement of the Presi Ject daring his preheat critical period tut ...

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. — 12 June 1886

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, JUSE 12, 18SC Come, Mr. Secretary Bayard, and brmr? thosn C.mndinns to timo at once end finish up the fishinc business. Hake them either cat bait or fish. A portion of the Irish people rejoice bo ranch over tho defeat of the hill for thoir relict that it looks as though they enjoyed tho despotic heel on thcirnscks. Two thousand dollars will be Riven to tho enterprising person who first puts an immediate delivery btamp on Geroni mo'fl cabeza and mails him to General Miles. Gbover boging hie married life like many others havo done, with 6ueh an infatuation for the lady of his choice that ho thinks nothing is too cood for her. A year hence ho will think that nothing is jnst good enough for her. Some surprise has been expressed that SecretaryLamnr.Gov. Mill and other prominent Democrat- are ab ut to emu late Cleveland's mstrinionicl example, but tho fact should be considered that they now have some visible means of support. Itis said that about twenty. fivo Chi...

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. — 12 June 1886

WEEKLY CITIZEN t , ' a baldly n doubt but that Mr. 1 ; -u-riif a trilljuo nppointtil ap- ?Lr j place Geo. V. Teitsvrorta. t . t. Wa. Davis, wilh Troop L, 10th CIS i ' . 1 3 ... n nveu irom luuiwo nuu .! mai tb Ijexiuctou stables. to Fort Lotvoll. A I rr.'W Gauze tint cars for con lrpcsws have arrived anil lire tuo tracs, neini; urawu lj :. hac the arrival of a locomo- c :!:ce and pa J look key, tied trs:.c; also a trawl I trunk key t latchkey, were picked uj found by their ovruers m Hi' t t th rmonjter bovers about , s Verdi susilo blnudly, for . ,t the Seotm h numerous . : 1 "wniit bat little bero below, :li.t little lour." nud erdiu . rK-drinks imxologi-tr". - t nod express matter for - ot.r tae Atchison, Topekn au.l r ...1. .rot is last nictit, which . 'i.-tful cuniDletiiu of the , 1. 11 Isletn bridge over tho Kio , n: re dnnceroaa nnd exteu- ;t took place. II. Crenio. jr., Paul F. Brown !'. liavutw have jointly taken . l-iirfd sod sixty tieren of land 1. .it . r"r Mr. Wetniore'e...

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. — 12 June 1886

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, !S- JUKE 12. 16SG LOCAL XEWS. Messrs. lrn Dsvw r.ud Joliu Mnrpby returned to tire Sau Pedro, uenr ltcd ington, to-day. Tbe party of Indians reported at Har Bbavr nre the enrae who went from tbe Sau Pedro over into Happy Volley, kill ed Paige's herder--an apod American nnd stole some borse; went into tbo Whetstone's vnero tbey conld lookdowu toward Tombstone, killed Sir. M. Gold baum end then over to Ilarnuavr. Thiy bavo been trailed nil tbe way. Mr. Fritz Ewe, bating made n sung fortune iu the cattle business, will start to-morrow morning for n visit of live n,ontbs to tbe fatherland, it bas beet tweut-tbr"e ear siuee b left bi imt oatu and bis present visit will brii'n gladness to tbo old bearthstonu. truz csrries a ior f otti.rrfj- from th Citizen to sb.ko lJu.in.rck for tbe lager. A Waehi sioa d patch to the Globe Dam-"J.! bays: iVsi Liicnt. M. &t!I. 22 a Inf ntn. up.m beiug lelK-ved from duiv at Knox a. liege, (rale-bnrg, III.. Jane 7, will prnc- ed...

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. — 19 June 1886

r W- W m 45-. ONA WEEKLY CITIZEN m jJIl TLT030X, PDTA OOUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY JUNE 19, 1886. 2, T V PITTZFV. I IMPORTANT DECISION I with individual! money at intent 1 eion n.n f, . , vlJ" r BccarcdbT,,morlmii.nnpnll,"-rf."-n.l!nffl: 7 ..'.","uVD'".ut.,uu,BU.DK it.- lttrK" rnnory or other tbiucs which of property nr ; T "r ". I iti22 & PBiiSfeifiS Co. ..UHT BKOW.N. . '.nsio XATSB: t-rtiaa -. .vj-nt io-ritn... r .IE TBB 1IA1LY: $10 vo I 'FF1CE : n't awl Pi'iinliigton Sts. .nag i more ooaipletcly kangaroo than by say ,-t-ntnre. down on .bogus butte .ust'os impression will i is n well-bred body. M!e crop Imp sot been sjt expect d. The po UrV.e too early and ee- "I - r o on the be!iw in the i , nt the X. w Vcrk peni , tt s- noining ciiU ul for him . : bt u. a! of Howii.,.- (or a very . re. '4 . i .i tiea.' Congress to . . -ai-r'natuersry digni . n uf iv coud Vioe-Presi-, .aLfr k;rf lng been snf , -acb mu-vntiou, ond it t-ece-sity us two tails to a i , ,t ,t t.f . xteuuht....

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. — 19 June 1886

1 ' 1 KijY Citizen. 3ATUKDAY, JUNE 19, 1SSG Eveuy voter must bs registered this yeur in order to i-xerciso bis franchise at tbc coming election. A misfit democra; in no simper boast6 thnt Governor Z"'ick hup a qnnro Vnml Te lardrivl norm to Bdd tbat it lb a hollow square. That "V.'iuohester bride" bos evident lv sneenmed to the turriblo contagion elseabe would certainly be shaking her apron at the uaughly Apaches on the "bleak bills of Cochise." Tnnr were democrats who placed the democratic chief justice of the supreme mnr nf Arizona, la the rear of the 6on- n mnla nnd then tickled the animal's heels. The sennt? mule was loaded. The orection of large reduction wor, in Tucson will be followed by a series nf mnnnfactories which will consume mntr other imoortsnl resources of this eection and create co-dinned prosperity. It is ob3rved that the lawyers Ret dorn to their offices quite Into in the thn nresent o.uiet time when court ia not in session. Tb iliim is ona of location rather than...

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 June 1886

WEEKLY CITIZEN. f. LOCAL XKWS. funeral Miles reports n ninn killed by tV :n tue vicinity of Tnlmo j esler r ',',ni'. The annYnamc at this -a',,t- -.s n it been Hsoert Billed. The T-S iiTs ure i?us reported to be mov ,V.. WJ troops have bteu pent to 1 s tVBrien retnrnod yesterday "i-, ! Wnvk sifter mx months' ub- 4 T. tr.,m the city. They have not yet , trtns d with Indians iu thnt '.;,uoa,;h tras imd traila have i,T3 .au-urit. Mr. O linen will re-cs:s'.nt.-wu for several days. A inabor of Yuma and Mohawk , .1 r,re in tho Mohawk Valley os f -t " v f r tSe purpose of hunting, but ! " 'b'liv I'Ct-u olTerins every inducement i I a "5 th "ettlera to j;et theia am 1 t , Wonder if they nr not C the renec&des. Yuma Sentinel. l ruber of Yuma und Mohawk isf' cs t in the vicinity of Ynma r" . .-ti-i by the Sentinel as nsiuf; 81..., ,: to puwhafe Mtnninnition i.' . -ttitr?. It is hardly probable ' t - af agents of the renotfndeB ,'' . ' -.,!:? people r.ro inclined to ' j .r.l is niBkinK rap...

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 June 1886

J WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY, !l- JUNE 10, 18SG Another Victim. Mr. Miles IL Gifford now attends to tho horseshoeing deportment of Quin lin's blacksmith shop. General "Wharton, special agent of the General Land oflioe lert this morulas for Laa Craco3, 5iv Mexico. Mr. D. O. Stevens, o Florence, one of the board of supervisors 01 I'mal -junty, is eick with rheumatism, in Globt. Chas. Birkenfeld has disposed of hie ealoon business to Messrs. llittinger and Kejjeser, and will go into tho bottling business. The tuanol in Mount Ben Nevis, at Quijotoa is now in the mountain over 700 feet It is being driven in ut the rate of about forty fivo foot per week. Thcro was a little fire at Losan last Saturday nisbt, when two buildings on Logan avenuo belonging to Million and the Lumber company, were burned. It ia not known how the lire originatfi. Mr. Donslaes 3nyder is taking out some very rich ore from hia mine ubout twelve miles west of town. He has an eay certificates with tignros thereon in dic...

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 June 1886

ARIZONA W EEKLY CITIZEN. AM. TUOSOX, PDLV COUNTY, ARIZONA TERIUTOHY, SATURDAY .11 XE 20, 188G. NO. 23 Vn:KKLY CITIZEN. r tiien Prifitms: SPolsMng Co. nERBEirr imowN. M. $5 Ol 2 (O 100 ...vrnTimxr. baths: n ur". trtinwmon........... - S '.j-fi,oaHitabrauentinprtion 1JS TKKM3 FOE TOE UAILT: r ' :: V - . . i u 25 OFFICE : Corner Chnri-H and Pennington Sts. 1V.1 is not the one who j.Hr iiu. f .,.7 the unsrchiEt bomb in Chicago, S:hs zvslonsly hunted for. p. -CIora in Louisville has lost half it clTsim for the Indies since the order excl-d .ds iiicb. huts has been enforced. X s is a town on the Atlantic & pVrsilroad called Gallup. Per lipsrt is Sally, and that she has accopt-oft-expres?ed invitation to go up. Slue heartless iconoclnst now asserts that Sir John Newton di.l not get hia jrect idea of tbe law of gravitation from the fall an apple. It was the fall of the year. TnE Star is making a very nnmanly perao nal ffclit spinet Koyal A. Johnson end Col. Levis Wolfley. It is unman lv...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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