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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 26 June 1886

Weekly citizen. r SATURDAY, JUNE 2G. 18S6 Thibib the prolifio season of fruit jams in California and log jama in "Wisconsin. The Globe Silver Belt publishes ser ious charges against Major Anson Hills, commander at Fort Thomas. They will probably demand an investigation. Let it go on record that for once the great chronio objector, W. S.Ilolman, failed to interpose an emphatic Xo. It was when the convention renominated him for Congress. It waB the incarnation of meanness for Dan Lamout to take advantage of Manning's illness and pay for President niM-inrnVn mnrriaeo license with nn eighty-cent Bland dollar. The Chicago Board of Trade recently o-rnolln-1 T. V. Piteliar. and the latter now anes for $500,000 damages. He will either come out a rich man or the Pitcher will be broken at that fonntciu. Bex Butixu has a residence in two nnnrvPBsionfil districts in Massachusetts ond has Concressional aspirations. But no man can look him squarely in the face and determine to a certainty which d...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 26 June 1886

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATTIUUY. JUXE 20.16SC .n c-itcrJai't near Fort Huacliuca. Tho CS" - , r It .l..f TU Mon. w waS r liins n bono stolen from O. l)onev. The body of tho Mexican will be brought to town to-dny. EpttBpb. .. . -. tya fT.ifr Mint nn T!nfHth pany i.as offered a lnrco amount of ri.1". apa t,!0 Btreet ani1 "rom wBt hsvi) ascertained -wo belieTe there is -e scrouad or t,je rumors. Enter prue. Cit. Lavrton !s still down in Sonora r-L;np the Indians. Ho is well pro-l-Vrj'with rations and other enppliep, j th recent reports of tho return of i . c nmand utterly destitute and in a frviac condition wero untrue. Other c-pjI.m will reach him in a few dnyp. 31 a whi falsely report tho presence -t.lc Jnaiaus should be sat down tr"a" Xuey retard tho operation of t- ps by eendinx them where there are -o Iadiucs, thus ennsini them to lose Vo, uu& wear out themselves and tlrses.-Silver Belt. G Ban?r purchased this week Mike M-3!o.n'd interest id the Noonnii cattlo Ei raach. paying 81,300...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 26 June 1886

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, JUKE 2fi, 16SG LOCAL XEWS. ' Let's have an excursion over the Nar row Gouge on the Fourth ot July. The Apaches came way up'from Bono ra just to see how that biased helio graph looked on its north side. ilra. W. H. Barnes and Mrs. J. IL Martin will go to Santa Monica and to Santa Crnz, Cal.. nbout the first ot July. County Peoorder A. B. Sampson is watching the antics ot the pportive sea lions, at the Cliff Ilocae, Saa Francisco. The carpet need for several years in the adjusting rom o the San Francis co mint, was burned a few days ago and the gold filings obtained therefrom arc valued at ?2,0U0. Judge F. W. Gregg ha? started lor hiaold home in Vermont for n viait of six weeks. This is his first return home since he left it five years ago, and there will be a happy reunion in the olu borne' etead. The Star makes the amende honorable in stating that the items published in its columna retiectinc on Iioyal A. John son and Lewis Wolfley wro inserted without the ...

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 July 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL XVI. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY JULY 3, 180G. Weekly Citizen. The Citizen Printing & MMn Co. HEBBKKT BUOWN. General Manager. TTMI9 : Tbrea Hunt)! ADVIIITISI.-O bates: ODSiinro. first insertion... ...... .... 0:.S3a&re "ubsquent insertion. Txaxs rem the dailt: rer Tesr. ivr Months Per Week JS OJ . 100 .. 225 .. 13 .(10 00 . 1 00 23 OFFICE : Corner Church and Pennington Sis. After a six months session of innoc uous desuetude the show season will close with the adjournment of Congress about the middle of Jnly. Yocso folks who place tho lamp where a gnst of wind will extinguish it, when they go courting, will be horrified to leiirn Hint a process has been invent ed by wh-.ch photographs can bo taken in the dark. It is stated as a newly discovered fact that tho bite of the common mephitis americaaa will produce hydrophobia. "Why, a n-au who wouldn't get mad at being bitten by a skunk deserves no bet ter fate tbsn to become tho hus...

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 July 1886

Weekly citizen, SATURDAY. JULY 3, 1K6 Tee landscape artist ia a huer of wood and drawer of water Thebe are more mad doga reported thiB year than durinc eny previous year, in the east. There are more mad demoorata aleo. The demands of society in Washing ton must impose very arduous tasks up on the ladies of fashion, jndpnff from the way they strip to perform them. - SEcnmnr Massing hohs up serenely to remark, "I'm quite well, thank you," t, ihpn snbuides like the closing of n Mam shell. Ho was afraid he had been forgotten. The glorious Fourth oUuly is to'.bo ob- in Tneaon with appropriate cere monies and it will be a day of intense or,,;on nf lovnltv and of exploded powder. Tnr. Rtnr fbts Fred G. Hughes reiter ates that he informed that paper that the county had run over S25.O0O behind wvpar. Womado the statement that the authority of Mr. t Mn-foM ntmirman of the lioard .f'cn'n.M.En The official figures re u i, .fntcment. no matter who AUtU - made it. PnvKinENT Cleveland, in vetoing ...

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 July 1886

WEEKLY CITIZEN, SATURDAY. JULY 3.1SS6. "rjie Courier denies the trathfnlceis . h Star's cLaree of intemperance ajnt JuJce Sumner Howard. lirer Vsrwn don'' lika to 8ea 111811 gjundtred, even though he bo a repub lican. simanieso'flBtnffea will run two times a . . ti . . i. i i tir wees irom iudwu hi iuo ouuiuciu S.li levinK this city on Wednesday, Dane, !-: r,...i returning lllurnJOJ, uu i iiua; rtnrnincon Saturday. They will crry express matter and passengers. Tbe materials for building the branch .'mid to Prescotthave been arnnnc r&'y. . .. . .l- j PMifia roliJ' in IarKe quantitiea. The craJwK ba!K done 'rltl1 B ,are t.f workmen, and thetiea arecon- rotd 'or. It really looks ns though pfeS(. ,tt is soon to be favored by a rail -nehon with the creat system of xbilruali throughout tbe country. 3Ir. Frank Burns has retirod from tbo v-t-hpr business and will give his .....fitj.-m to his newly discover PJ axiaes west of the city from wh-ch ore is bo;ng taken or a very w'jgraJe. succ...

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 July 1886

t Weekly citizen. SATURDAY, JULY 3. 186 If. k Method of Irrigation, f By IVrick Hamilton.1 Tho method of conveying water to trees, plants nnd cereals is an art to bo Col. J. 8. Morgan, who has been in learned only by experience. A thoronch town for several days, has gone east on knowledge of conducting the life-giving dubiubbs oonneoieu wnu iuo dub xucur- n,,i nvpr ,. ii ,..., ; uw 4BUU UiCUUD CI DUIW( do mine. It is stated that a heavy rise in cop per has taken place, and that the Globe smelters will all resnme work at once. Anisato Bios, a Pap&go lad of fifteen years, died at the Mission San Xavier delJBao this afternoon, of consumption. His mother died some months ago, since which time time he has grieved himself into sickness nnd eventually died from the disease it fosterod. Mr. H. G. Cnrtis, who is connected with the Hawkeye Reduction company, was called home to Des Moines, Iowa, a few days ago, by a telegram announcing that his son was very ill. Col. P. V. Carey will atten...

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 July 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN i i T 1 1 T " - " " - Ul.. A 1. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY JULY 10, 108C. WEEKLY CITIZEN. W8 Citizen Printing: & PnblisMng Co. HERBERT HllOWN, lisueral Jlaiiager. Traits : lVrV'r-- . 'l t?e Mntil . ... APVICTISlSO HATES: ,e S lann". first insertion.... .......... . .-Saftro. each enbsoaaont insertion.... a m z fO 1 00 2 125 tebms rou the daily: 1'er Y-r . IV NL.utb . - l-ir w.-..k OFFICE : $10 oo ... i re 23 Corner Chnrcli and Pennington Sts. Uboveb has bis Lamont, nnd Fraukie Lt-r lament. TLe rest of the country absorbs too much of his attention. InE laws for the prevention of crneltr to animals has hail such a salutary ef fect that it is possible measures may eventually be tsken for the prevention of cruelty to human beings. Advices from Geronimo's chief signal station, ne to the effect that a copious rainstorm is en route, Bnd will reaoh Tucson so Boon as the washouts on the Calabasas railroad are mended. Simcltane'Uslt with the an...

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. — 10 July 1886

V.-1 r riTmTfTTWT It DAY. JULY 10. 1886 mientnava been an owi. uraous- DUL It WBB CQBue lO QO UUl UB 1UD f Amortran n n rtl n T ib now intimated that ueecner nav- S ubolisned hell in America, nas hh I M r.n L' I fi ii 1 1 iu I (linn li. The people of Arizona shonld petition e weather bureau to add to its accom odations another drawer of water. After the next national election, amnm will add to his attractions the Bluffed remains of tbo asphyxiated democratic party. if urover only had tne opportunity to veto the law of gravity be might hope to save the democratic party from being shattered to fragments in the approach ing fall, The possessors of reversible politics nre getting them out of the dust and oobwebs and carefully inspecting them to determine which side out they will be worn during the fall campaign. The tyrotosicated ice oream has got in its deodly work again with neatness and precision. Indeed u draught of ty rotoxicon is mightier than the sword. The colicky cucumber and t...

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 July 1886

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. JUL 10.1BS& Ti,a hntter demand differs from the gapply D tbe fact that tlie former " vest vrhile the latter id etronc. "jtliss Anna Nicholson, of San Fran cisco. bos taken a position in the West ern Union Telegraph office of this city. The people of Xnma have resolved that the pioneers ought to succeed in their efforts to fire the Apaches out nf Arizona. A telegram from San Jose, Cal., on ntnrJnv. informed Sheriff Paul that it ws n boy, and ita mother was doing veil. The Inter-Ocean Cattle company have sold fonr large lots of those fine Murphy balls daring the past month. They are splendid animald. Chief Gftjeme, of the Yaquia,is still on (be warpath acainst the (Mexican?, and proposes to fight it out on the see string if it takes all rammer. The recently established commandery uf Kaish's Templar in Deminif lost all their paraphernalia by the fire in that place on the night of July 5th. Mr. E. A. Ooot, of Prescott, clerk of the Supreme Court, is in the ...

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 July 1886

, - I . I Weekly citizen. SA.TDUDA.Y. JULY 10. 1888 SUBTERRANEAN HEAT. Friends of Charley Hadio, the freihter, fear that aooident has berallen him. As ho is well known thronshout Wnrthom Arirma. his relatives and fnonla roanftat DPODle to find Ollt, if possible, his present whereabouts, Conner. Mr. E. Altschul, of San Salvador, South America, is in the citr. and with na hrnthnr. Chnrles Altschui. is a euest of Mrs. Mark Ezekiele, He -Hi" leave thia vHnincr for San Francisco, and thnnco pops to Europe to spend the cummer. Mr. W. W. Booth left yesterday for a visit to the northern portions 01 uan fnmid. Dr. IL V. Fenner accompanied Mr. Booth. J. "W. Straun is attending to Mr. Booth's railroad duties during the absence of the latter. Mr. Patrick Ford, coroner of the conn It offers reward of one thousand dol lara fur the rAOOverv of the body of P. A- RerVkpr. or for information that will lead to its recovery. This he is author ized to do by the father ot tho misBixiR man, who is suppose...

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 July 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY 7 CITIZEK " ' " ' ill i mm , , , VOL. AM. TUCSON, TOLA COUNTr, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY JTLY 17, 1886. NO. 26 CiHich Matins & PoMsMde Co. HERBERT BROWN. General uanagvr. tiems : Prr r:----"""Jl""". jiie 'A BTISi.to bates: . .c ,-r firnt inwrtioa... S? J 'lirceae'u satwoaucnt insertion.. 0L TEUM9 FOB THE PAILT: r T.t- ; j,frM. 13 00 ..100 ..2 25 .. 12S $10 CO . 1 M OFFICE : Corner Charcli and Pennington Sts. """The Star is vindicated.' The boo- - it survivor" of "Waterloo iSJli"" u, rt;, rmed. He's dead again. iUssa- creased tbe tariff pole for and tbe latter now geis ecu tbe soft-soap in Randall's U l-ttiC -Kit. Ide Narrow Gaug railroad; tbe Cala twas, Tucson & Northwestern railroad; tvo or three smelter propomUuS, Unnerv.nail factory; slap-brick works bcJ the Territorial University! Great Scott- but we will have to chain down the new enterprises that are breaking out in every direction about us! DcKi-va the present session of Con gress fir of its members h...

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 July 1886

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY. JULY 17. 18S6 Oxe of the best appreciated novelties in envelopes jnet now is n money order. The rollinR-pin is a more successful champion of home rnlo than the "grand old man." Kansas had cyclones in tho spring and will have waterspouts daring the fall. A prohibition ticket is in tho mcr ket, The erection of tho proposed smelter is now nn assured fact. The grounds have been secured and surveys mado for the grades. Bex Bctleb has heard a voice calling out to him from the mob in the congres sman! Vinlln "Tinn-inm-in." and he D1UU a vua.wf 4 thinks ho will jm. The present summer will pass into history an an ignominious failure with out the usual semi-monthly revolutions in Central America. The encroach of dog days is not so much to blcme for the visible madness of so many people just now, as tho dem nition grind of tho board of cqualiza tion. Miss Rose Cleveland is display in g on nntmlar crankiness of disposition which her moat modest ideas of the proprie tie...

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 July 1886

WEEKLY CITIZEN. Saturday. Letter fr"" Oro Blanco. Ono Blakoo, July 12th. JUliX lT.lsea xpitok umzns: 1 wrote that th Pioneers Hro proposing to meet nnd ree LsznrJ contemplates taking n trip flute again on the Indian question, and mwia co-opcraiiTo muss raeotinss turongu tue Territory, iumu has nl ready n3ne6-mettcd i.nd passes the uttinl oinu; 01 wnarenseu. So fur, no K00d nnd as they are lesb directly nlTtcted by Indian marauders their protapt action is the more commendable, but, Mr. Ed itor, it appears to the uudt rsiRnetl aw it doubtless does to many others that wo uiivu uau wnereasea, paper re9olu noun nau nave ninuo prayers eaooKh our woouen uous nt athinirton. irli evidently can neither hear nor see ti """" uta cuun is h waste of in!: This ! nJ a few weeks with somo friends re- fl-atly from r ranee. -Ir V. A. Taylor, the popular and cf f,,2t ticket and freight ncent in this -v w:!l tase a snort vacation nnu vim : rnticis?o. lie win start to-raor ru The Hawkeye Reduction Works ...

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 July 1886

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1886 LOCAL XWS. Tho milkman looks up at the heavy clouds and mentally calculates the wealth heaven has in etoro for him there. Little Johnnie, eon of Judge and Mrs. Alex. Campbell, fell from a chair at Santa Monica on Friday, and broke an arm. He was taken to Loa Angeles. An enRine nnd ten carloads of ma terials for the narrow can?e railroad ar rived at the dopot yesterday. Tho work ot construction will now bo pushed with fcreater rapidity. One year from the next Christmas day will witneps tho completion or a throuch line of railway connecting Tuo- son, Florence, ruenix and if rescott wun tho Atlantic & Fasifio road. J. ltodcnburg received a letter from Rev. V. A. Cuddy late "counsellor" in which he gives his experience since his conversion, and urges Mr. Rodenburg to follow his footsteps. Journal-Miner. A report was received here last even ing that B. B. Bullwinkle, manager of the Arizona Cattle Company at Flagstaft had been shot and probBbiy ...

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 July 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. " i - i - r 1 " "" i'.. AN 1. TUCSON, PIMA COtLXTT, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY JULY 24, 1CC0. NO. 27 :kly Citizen. ( rii :iti PriitiH & PBllisiiif Co. wsoeral MnHtigor. tcbms : f 2IO inaTisi.vu batik: .r lnaarfaoa...... IS ; lMS Kia Tat DAILY: flOM iw 2S OFFICE : , r ( h'ireh and Pennington Sts. : it tue roll of tbe niuflled i. r n of the oh Id sod apeuks of .1, of Belfast. . Joes ii it t.eem to be any dis to gJ behind the cholera re- t-" -v.. is .jaito dillerciiee between . kirg Otto, o( Bavarw, end tbe -k-ud Congress. Kii:r Otto Las iu:al lv.?id inter, als. 'in.nru, bo anticipated frozen -f z vstaJiz -i fame by disoov- i!, l itix ro:-' aul nailing the .-. !.' :j to Jta bead, baa been ar ' r j.irtfsy upon affidavit of i n;-. tie swimmer. Tbe apple tin- en) is a SI OiX) govern : J rhf bad intrusted io bis care - ifi ft eider investment than . k la saviugs bunk. Bat -k d :be caure of sci-nce higb- (i.; Jer-ayV kite. V -si 8' i- : le of Tnccon, in mabs-us-...

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 July 1886

Weekly citizen. SATCBDAY, JULY 21. 186G The United States is b wise country. Jt knows its own father. Rhode Island has produced a non intoxicating beer. They may lis well drink water nnd be dono with it. Only one more week of the epidcmio of congress! Tho quBrantino will then be raised and the capitol fumigated. Ir tho great ruler of worlds, as well as of nations, is really tho wiso dispenser of mercies we are led to believe ho is, he will instruct a modern Joshua to com mand the suu to stand fctill on tho 23th of this month until our national con gress disperses. There is a personal feud among the members of the democratio family of Fiienix, and blood is necessary to heal the differences. Shotguns may put a temporary btay of proceedings on a case of that kind, but the hangman us ually gets in his work with the final injunction. The figures show that the aggregate amount involved in the sixty pension bills vetoed by the president is less than eeven thousand dollars, while con gress ...

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 July 1886

I WEEKLY CITIZEN. JI7LY 24.1S?G. la v A: si x A Trip ti Arivaia. Da liiur-Jay Inst a pleasure parly was ic 'or 8n t'3iCurf,'oa 'u ouo 'r r.ajrrL''s large Concord ooaobos 1 . -'- jt Lis iubos .lyres ruusu u When the cocch started, i.t Lt it ooutninod tho follovtinf nj g-tieaieu: Mrs. G. II. Onry, jlri. y r Smith, 5lr. L. S3. William?, -1 i.titv:cvo Our?, Mere. C. M. r-, t ,-f Denver, Frank J. ilency, 1. t V'-'riA Arthur Crejiin, Stftor Al- . Tht expedition was under the 1 "J-, ' IVdro .1. Asuirre, and from , it left Tucson UDtil it utnriied , j me he spared no trcuhlo to Scc' cvtrvboiy as comfort Kbits and f y m I '.-fihle. Mr. O. V. Wrisht r''r a au ;iniateur detective's phoio c" ' -I., with which he took f E. "it , r.- t..L- Tl'-itl' - " I ......... ......r... I VJi i leassut drive oat during Tiv coriiia? hour, and at four .u.ceoua view. ol scenes Air. Arthur Crepin aleo when Dowley's . .! ...i neli.i. evervoue had a .-.,!. .TiiniHl n MimntuouH c. 'i --; . ... i rest of lour houra ...

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 July 1886

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, JULY 21. 1SSG LOCAL XKWS. Lieut. McDonald, Fourth Cavalry, ia at Fort Lowell. There tm born in this rity, on Friday" July 16th. to the wife of F. ij. Romero, a daughter. The guards r.t the city jail are now Mesern. John Lnaibie. Geo. T. ilnrtin and ii. II. GifforJ. Daring the uhsence of the clerk ol the District Court 3Ir. Charles Kreshem wilt have charge of that office. Leo Harris is again in the city, hure iat; buen at Yuaifi during the late ces sion ot the district court, and secured the conviction o! four out ot his men who broke into tho Southern Pacific cars, Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Sresovich have returned from California and bo soon i.s he eloees up hia business hoze Jlr. Sro orich will no to Los Angeles to locate nnd engage in business. A marked reaemblf nee has been noted recently, between the atmosphere of Tucson and the Alpine nirof Tyrol. Tho qunlity i3 about trie witae, the tempera ture being the only difference. Mr. 1'. H. Mason, brother of Mr. J....

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. — 31 July 1886

f CITIZE TUCSON, PIMA COITXTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY JVLY.31, 188U. NO. 2i W KKKLY CITIZEN. : C Hsfl PriitiiS & PlMisMfg Cl. l IIKKBKKT HHOWX tkbv : iS 00 . 2 mi v V i M.VIBTfflNil aATKS: r-: iartiaa.... 2 25 ,t '. ynbueanmt iaertina IS 11 n fUK THE 1IA1L.T: $10 oo y ss 4 OF F I C E : f .rn- r Clmrch and Pfiiniugten St.. . .. i il Ihe sincere prohibitionist - -t '',w tclt ke people of Oali- "-. e taken each n deep interest E tr-t -r -ad a special cession of the . , ire has been convened eololy in tin- Star gets cornered and nn- ; ise it has no fact or argument - 'Lt, it reports to the eoarsa nail . .gie of "jou he." L if :. 11k corner on t'1!t 'l"dity ,t uut to be eo Vn riu:.ie with it. ho -iz people wo"'1 Inhere Coasul l, flit rallied Winchester, who claims to h'if seen eaees.' m Switzerland thut nr. ui tv than two hundred years o. j, aiidct they eajov eiraus chestnuts U at have a rtraighv pedigree of five or .-.I century .-. I. t'.i Star will please designate the j r, n ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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