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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 4 September 1886

Weekly' citizen.. SATURDAY. - SEPT. 4, 18SG. Trie press reporters now camping on tho president's trnil, telegraph from Prospect House that Mr, Cleveland was a very weary statesman last Monday night. He had taken n big toar ot ex ploration that day and had traveled fally twenty miles, one-fonrth of the journey being made on foot. It is evi dent tho president intends to learn the vast extent of tho country over which ho presides, even though it takes him two days and o half to do it. Tnc nominations ma do by tho repub lican county convention meet with tho commendation of all classes ot citizens, nnd in comparison with the tickot pre en ted by the democrats, in point of ability, qualifications and personal char acter, it is invinoible. Every candidate selected possesses a peculiar fitness for the office, and is above criticism both in his private and public walks of life. As the campaign progresses we shall make more direct reference to the individual candidates, every one cf whom is a...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 4 September 1886

i-J-iUAr CITIZEN. :VU HDAY, SEl'T. 4, 1SSG Ibf cibti nra growing refreshingly to p ll(jate G. W. Atkinson returned .' i.-as 3 nwcruoim. n inlwr or tbe Noddies delegates r ,-r. -J this afternoon. v-. .. J A. Gonlea of tbo Unmbolt r ime l" to-day. s i -a IrBriimnn is expected home by j. ftlsrongh train from Ga!itrcia. j. t. , rohubht thht the delayed Cali . . .:i u!s will reach bore to-night, t - - li-.omas Mitchell rotnrned io - - ." i-je yesterdcy nf ternoou. , v are now 982 namea oa the gro.it t - : .1 baoa, of the Mammoth mme, ' .- t-ity. :.ri- io nine prosied delccates , i. , r i n'dtmtR county convention. i .- ll xhi came down the Santa c ..-'.Ubt ,, . r. ,-e Cameron nrrived Lly v t.'MH. jLodreXo.l. A. O. U. V, . z.- ' to-uwbt. -i- ,T. F. Saadr weav oat to the . aims to-dy. -M draws bis orod nightly is-dy nitendf. Warren arri.'ed t-day from . s r:-it to WmjoupIu. ""- Unwa lt for Uh Syea- W.-ii erly tun m-'.'uinK. c .-. . 'it firrt rl i: iwtmt.nt?. i .i-le f:l j-ni'cratto tor r r...

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

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. sept. 4. issa Pete Kitchen is making Tombstone a visit. Everybody will co to the Fiestii to night. Thero ero 723 names now on tho great register. Rev. G. H. Aduma has returned from a trip to tho north. Mrs. 0. 0. Stephens has gono to Cali fornia to visit relatives. Mr. F. A. Steven?, of Lcgen, left for San Francisco yesieroay. John Lambie, like Silas Wegg, some times drops into poetry. Negley Post, G. A. R., will meet at their hall to-nignt. The feast begins to-night. It will not open wn prayer. W. n.Princohas Clod his cattlo'brand a gothio character "O: Tho pnblio schools will open oue week Irotn next .nonaay. Henry Levin has gone to Tombstane to take a look at its mg mines. Some of the Santa Crnz farmers are sowing wheat, for pasture purposes. Born, in Tucson, August 115th, to the wife of A. IS. I'almer, a unugiucr. -,n,n,- i;tta eimTTor Inst niuht added much to tho. comfort of the people. ATr .Tniinfr Hnnchertv has given the Star another attack of the ni...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 11 September 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL A 1. KJ V CITIZEN. Svi uoat. - SEPT. 10 1P.CG C;:;i:n Pristias & PnWisMsz Co. HERBERT 'MOWN. it-senl jiiaacrr. tikxs : ivKtisa bates: ... Tt ift" ' -Mtrh miii inoortH'H. Trn roc tk juii.y: IS 0.) , 2 i) . I 00 . 225 . 125 . $1(1 M 1 l IS OFFICE: 21 3 Chuieh Street. TERSIT0R1AL teP!blican Convention. rcritl V.mtionortheKe-"- 1 . t...T.r-i:u- Artr-ona. to j (HlloU"'"'""' jmii. issii is liarvby w.j namivtw: caiMt for rts .i i-i-tial' inroopena. jBotractu-n. fcnd for t r rau- oUmt hwiseM may j roeny 1 ,. i.- or x h-...n-it. -r. . . ,.rl mnattps ttI -t.. n fjUi: r-,r9&ttKsi,baid ' i: ub:icMT.ri.2tiuheolW ,'r .rrritra ArWa'- -ach county, a :t.- TWrj- tj will be jr API"'. li r. Ext. 1 1 Tot. S IS U .f'!" i -- m.4 Time aao jfl&co too ueirnai.- uuiu u.. ,t' " li a; SU Ml' - XI . . . A..ar1mnml rim-i laTBii. ,'.!! to -at n mWomeminii tu soo- s Joint t'ouncilman; ami hkowiie tue .i ,f Cchif. Graham. Gi'a. I'icil end r in t a Juint Coancilnian. WEB-TEH ST...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 11 September 1886

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY. - SEPT. 11. 18S6 It wsb mean of Geronimo to go with out eaying good-bye, or even sending his regrets. The democrats of the PaciGo slope have generally eodorsed Grover Cleve land and the iBsues thBt he is oppos ed to. gone one seems to have cautiously broken the news of the surrender of Ge ronimo to oue O. Meyer Zulick, former ly of Nacosari. Tns hemp prepared for tho convicted anarchists of Chicago is growing impa tient to fulfill its noble mission. On, Geronimo, Hieronymo! Arizona would have gathored thee under it sands eveo as a hen gathereth its brood under its wings, but theo preferred Florida ol-ims. The Charleston people are growinr aeoustomed to calamity and regard then daily seismic visitations as no great shakes, anyway. The South Carolina earthquake Is ex plained. Edison was in Florida exper imenting in his now method of tele graphing with eHrth currents. Mexico is enjoying another revolution lo-day. It hopes, in time, to beat the earth's record a...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 11 September 1886

. i.rliA7" CITIZEN. 5 VI l UlY. SEl'T. 11. 8C LOCAL NEWS. v (.h.s. . t.- v lvn bus got Lia daisy riggsd taixed ticket, prominent r.atiltM belt) IT that Ot Hull 11. y "f ran i" r district attorney. R DftiKO in preparing lo re- ,iwJtr ageusy to the ruomf Tt-!.s struct formerly occupied lj tie 1'itna county bank. t .,v,tmpnt of ono dollar may t i Kelt 5I5.0W, ho tQKfl acnauce L .isiu lottery drawing, Se.pt. Tickets cnn be bud nl - .... r - . ;juan e ralsicmjigBr e:ure. - ; i i ha- Ka interest in a big m tne 5'i.nta Citulitii.:-, Irom wis taken to Iw waste rock T ,unvs in mlver. A e-trlond -uippe-1 for reduction. P.-n;i viiS -wld r.:92't cents uu ; ;i this city jesterou, aud one -,:. Imurli nil bo ouu!d get at fier having iuepeetcd tbe . ..u.liK ot the county t:J Hnshe. of Now Orleans f ib-'inuf. Samuel nnd It O. ,f "!. h vi-ituig Tucson, ii -.. fwn ft visit to Cull'or- i b th -f th-- b . mra of mpervifctir1- wont out -i to examine the roads damaged " t :! 'k!3. They jo-trneyod in j'.iL...

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. — 11 September 1886

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY. - SEPT. 4. 1SS6. JiOCAL NEWS. Banjo players are Rood hop pickers. The duty of tho hour is, to strike. The Select Knighta A. 0. U. W. will meet to-night. There m b hie crowd of people at tho Fiota last night, enjoying the de lightful music. The ticket nominated by the Ifcepub licans of Pima county, bears victory upon its Tcce. The Tombstone. A woman is wanted to do general housework in n smnll family. See spe cial noticoin the Want" column. Baptist services will bo held at Christ's chapel to- morrow at 11 a, in, standard time, Bev. U. Gregory. D. D., officiating. Sunday School Bt 12 m. The Bpublicans of Pima county nom inated M. S. Snyder for clerk of the county oourt. "Jack" will run "like a house afire." Tombstone Democrat. The Sonora stages are advertised to daj, to carry freight nnd passengers to Buenos Ayera ranch, Humbolt camp, Sasabo and Altar. M-. F. J. Yillaes cuaa is agent. A birthday picnic was given to-day at Sam Hugbes' ranch above Silver Lake, ...

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. — 18 September 1886

ARIZONA WEEK I.V CITIZEN .)!, X i. TITGSOX, PIMA COrXTW ARIZONA TKRRITOltY, jSATI RDAY SKIT. 18,1806. SO. 35 ivi.v Citizen. k'.'AY. SEPT. 21. 1RS0 ;.:.23i Priaiiss & PabUsiiiis Co UfcF.SEItT KKUWN. t.vaersl aianaer. tkhms : . ant iuarrtioa ... wh aolwauoMt inwrtion.. TCBM WW THE UAI LY: w w ... ... 1 CO 13 1 M) OFFICE: 1!. -I A-' 23 Cliuroh "Street. TERRITORIAL tepAlican Convention. ..iut.-. with taeartwn of the Central a Tm'nat Contention mf Uw Its. ... tSaTermnr f Ariaona. te . . .. ctt.n'i d.:-t--tr, i henlti . ,.i .. be l.-W tk- 'U Tue-un. Monday, SpSwlHT SOtli, 1SS0. ::s a CHn.lid.tte fur t-r 1- .1 nrr-lf ointin t.. ("!!-!-- i'.4ndicat forhnpcria . ! ,u.- ln.traotion. ami lor l '.I" 1. rrrrTui twnati the Terti r; will be ,1 . t , f :i.iaj n-pr-f uutl.. b-ie.i r i:iuh!icar otef 1S1. withtbe Otow- ..::r extrt dekmte fr each ooanlr. as Apottrt. S II ( 3 4 10 15 Extra. Tot e 11 4 B 4 i 11 18 1 - ..4 '.ii -snil place the delegate" from the u lavapai, Yuraa, MoHan". Apache and r ...

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. — 18 September 1886

weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. - SEPT. 18. 1636 1: m .41 3 m m Now that our people will turn from the scenes ot bloodshed to tho peaoeful pursuits of life, the time boa arrived for a search among tho natural resources of our country for opportunity of prof, itable and permanent investment. Our rich ani numerous mines do not con stitute tho only eourca ot the future grcntnesB and prosperity of onr fair land, and even the vast cattlo interests will eventually be surpassed by tho won derful agricultural developments that are but just budding in the minds of enterprising and industrious men, There exists but n email and insignificant por tion of the area embraced within tho boundaries of Arizona that is not capa ble of orofitnblo tillage, and when the waters from the natural-rainfall is pro perly husbanded, end the depths of the earth nre tapped for the artesian flow of the precious liquid therein stored, tbe tortile mesas end valleys, cow termed deserts, i!l be made to blossom and bear rich...

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. — 18 September 1886

fltuav CITIZEN. WHAT A SUFFERER SAYS. Interview with II. C .Hookef on the Cap lutpoflhr Indian. SE1T. IS. ISSfij LOCAli NEWS. ,r i- fLr.. iicu J. rrsuc v . i t!ie Mexican independence a- -tie luptwu of orrtiiiiWit 9 of ,f ltssr.. " . . tun deen," ami tlu.1 is . ....u.erntic ticket wil. bt utter tbo eii'Ci.on 1 - si . A1 1. i A. ; J.-'t.r, i r vriy dot'p. , ,. O Canlield, u consi of liardinc. ha arrived from I ,WH sud been given nclRCb ' -re abd nu excellent t'lo LtiJ f-he vdltorm quite an Vl : c-iniMtion to society circles n .formsnce of it .luty to ,' , t. a newituptT i s-me- 1,. det with KUbjeCtn HW 'I'-ivt- to decent eeutiiacnt. ', io it rexpctuble read , ' , nVce-y- In treating fitch :enr.tj the Citizen-used ;;bie affectum for the pro- !lt- lms bloom-sd iu ' , it gave ii public cncat in '.-tuicht. ratcvWiulith ;kalH.ls rnmlMt ihe lii-rae-' ... .u.,ciiiukr ont Hbrtfl e "7iu the fibril! .l of the ino- Cuiu-e violtu cm clwnn. ..,...( dirootd. There H really !- i.,e the mutf 1 11 ,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. — 18 September 1886

m Weekly Citizen. m j SATURDAY. SEPT. 18. 18SG honorable Don A. Sanfonl 1ms returned from bis visit to Washington. Mr. Obarles Driscoll has returned from Tombstone to reside in this city. There was born, on Sunday, Septem ber 12th, to tbo wife ot I. f. Coppel, a eon. Mr. X. B. Walker, of Tombstone, is in the city, paying it u friendly and neigh borly Visit. Judgo Tweed, of Phenix, visiting the ancient and pneblo. Dr. Odermntt has Inst bis handeomn gold badge ot the A. O. U. W., nnd will pay a suitable roward for its recovery. Mr. Jop. Bowyer, of the Benson smelt er, is in the city on business matters connected with the 6melter. Road Overseer McC. Elliott is fixing up the Or Blanco road, damaged by the recent storms. Judgo W. H. Barnes is again in tbo city, and finds that Arizona has lost none of its nttractivencs3 to him through his long tojourn in California, Six men were convicted in the county court durin? tho last jury term and one acquitted. Tuia s n goud record for lav and ord...

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. — 25 September 1886

x 1 ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. OL XYf. TUCSON, PIMA OOrNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY SEPT. -.5,1886. NO. 36 S U-fcLY CITIZEN. SAltlll'AT. SE1T. 25. 188 Tin: corxTV ticki.t. F,,i., xinj out n intention of speak jnjjfptoificnlly or the republican n-tni-P1 ,i j-j the canaty ticket, we mume i.r .l.r.otmg the attention ot tho voters . jj . a , -. Saydcr, candid'-ite for t.-fc ; the county cnart "a is lct- i. I 1 Vr.owii UT Ulb ireujai nya I maimers. haB re ti' ..(. Bjauy veits iti Pima county and . ,.. . i.ied it with credit to himself hni Li-nor !o the cuUty m tho lmgisla-5,.-t. F'-r the past ibreo year he has ian-i iT-H:1''-- occupation m the -rn nortii.ii of thd county, und "oa.e- voter as ft reprrsenta- -Tc Fr' w00"" , u,sille r Tuctoti. llei.-1. Pb!e nut; 1:nJ Joa cIi; ,aici, neno lia-1 wr,;ci' 8n lont hand' P- ttreusth at the ballot box will Kirp-iws even i-J- friends for he will imU b very l-.ve vole. Mr. a. B. Samp-fs. tho present coun-tyUeci-rJer, h is be.-n re-nominated and he ...

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. — 25 September 1886

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY. - SEPT. 25, 18S6 DKMOCK ATIC l'LATFOHM. "WHEKEis, wo need theia offisee, there fore be it Resolved, That wo want them offiaes; Resolved, That we intend to git tbem oflises. The earthquake has dissipated all tli proud claim of a solid south. You may break, you may shatter with bomt s, if you will- but Chioago Trill hang all the anarchists still. The political campaign may now bo said to be fairly opened, and the people mBy expeot to be surfeited upon cam paign lore for the next six weeks. Wiggins would be a peacemaker aa well aa prophet. He will have the turb ulent Atlantic stretch ncross to the mobile Pacific and shake! Secbetabt Batakd will please see that Mexico gets the worst end of that eartbquHke next week, to square accounts in the Cutting wrangle. Tbce to the parly's traditional char acteristics, the democrats of Arizona are showing their hostility to the public schools. They realize that opular edu cation is death to the democratic party, Gbdveh has...

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. — 25 September 1886

Wiskkia" citizen. SATCKDAY. SEPT. 1S3 OFFICIAL KEPOKT. Mr'tluc 'f Territorial Krimbllran Con riuioii. Ttcjox, Sept. 20, ISSti. Jndpe Webster Street colled the con rpcti.-n to order at 10 o clock a. m VfterBdJressinff tbo convention and re lo tbe circumstances nmler ffhjrh the last convention waa held lu' failure of tbe democratic party t - an borate tbe condition or acquire th -.--.UeDce of tbe people, be called at ' t ibe fidelity with which the- repul-Iicans of this Territory had stood ,.tter. He referred to tbe good vrk dooo bv tbe republicans tiro years iiropbesied victory for the tv tns9 yer if wood men were ee -J.! a its standard bearers. Mr. C D- KePI'"t Secretary of the Territril Central Committee, read the C5. f . the convention, ii ,n J.bn Haynes was then nomina lei temporary ebuirman by Hon. Clark CuJrcbiil and nu vvn electee, oy uccia-n&ti-'n. Upon takinc tbo chair Mr, U dcs t-iwke as follows: -ma of the Convention: 1 am eriv d to yon for tbo honor yoa have 0ferrd up...

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. — 25 September 1886

l.a5 m .j -7 g WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY. HEPr. '-15. 18S6 The Territorial convention has acted vith Rood judgment in making their nominations. Tho fnct that the selec tion ol Col. C. 0. Uean was plainly forc hsdovred, docs not detract from tho distinguished honor and confidence in him expressed thronch the unanimous voice ot tho convention in giving him the nomination by acclamation. He utcrts ant upon tho campaign with tie prentice of having broken the tohd dem ocrat c pbalans tiro years a&o nnd brought a brilliant victory whore defeat seemed certain; and the blush of vi--torv. revirinrr at tlio nresent.time. will Kive 1 1 our Btandard bearer many ad vantnrjen over ono who is a comparative Etrauger to the people and begiu3 witb even chances. Thero is no official act of CoL Bean that can be shaken in gory hideoasnesa into hia face in the bitter ness of n political campaign; but his well-earned laurels will shine with greater lustre tho more care fully his record is teorched. Ili...

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. — 2 October 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. J01 XVf' TUCSON, PIMA OOUKTY. ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY OCT. 2, 1886. " i : - . . i i w I i... -. hl Kl-Y CITIZEN SATUKHAY. 0CT0BEB 2. 1SSG. The democratic tray of making voters liable l its fingers burned. 1 itf evgencics of tho tiaies require .. r, -s;ncv of n prophet who trill pro lL . Wiggins a M.U TIN IKONS is once more iu tbc le ere bound to anneal u:a, kuhaps the denioomts bare subsi- j the morning rooster to keep off its tieal Rff-1 tu'3 J'0" or fenr ,l ,-iIv do itl.' more harm tban its ontt rir ?tmofrtic newspaper builds it . accordance with its ideal of skillful , r .i.it. otorf. and sends it forth j the w.rid with lu bonoat pedi gree: "The campaign Ho id abroad in tli- land." Is the eontr'rtvr-y over tbo death of El C-.yoi. th t"xieB rebel, it in onii noal Mrr.:e :nat E! Coyote himself Joh not w ta ' r0Dt anl either srSna or deny tbe report Ijesk i iaicthing extremely sug-i;e-tiv iu the :lema silence that has i-nvi! iM l'-e demow'rHtie county tic...

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. — 2 October 1886

mm mm i VVEKJKLy CITIZEN. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 16SG. The chiof reason that Wiggins' enter tainment wb not JL puccesa is because be did not advertise. Ax eastern newupaper states that upon the recommendation of the n'tor-ney-general of Urn United State?, the president will pardon tho Mormon bish ops from Arizona now serving sentence nt Detroit, in season to bare its effect on tbo present election. TnE democratic "organ" being ground to the tune f the nimble sixpence in the interests of n fragment of tho democratic party of Pima county, is still shooting at the stars and stripes floating in front of the republican headquarters. The ruling pasion in strong, even at its death. Thb opponents of delegate C. C. Dean think ho was abundantly able, without the right to oast a single vote, to prevent u democratic congress from confirming thH Tren Alamo grant They either Hatter Col. Bean's ability orcharge their own part; with an attempt to rob the settlers of their hrd-enr''ed home. And now it tr...

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. — 2 October 1886

mi ? V sr .TrHDAY. OQTOHEB 2. 16SS. LOCAL XUWS. i. 'Hi -.: S Sayuer, lite republican candi v . f'.r eierk of the cmtoty m.iiri, in in t,-tn,y- ... i 1 . .. . ..nt. ft.l (1 ' 4;n'il b; lt chief uJerfc, 0rl licet; funlv. . o xtwyitiic hi lao r i. publican t!r loio does look h'.!'. al 'l UJ account of ' j.iaearufl he democratic ciadi- Utes have u' v- H.Ipj, of Sltneral Creek. 1 nt work uu Jiw new ftrike in that f . "Vv, and ia mm3B lpn-I carbonate " -p .it b cTOO per ton. V i Creek district will yet j. rcve to , . of the bonanza minim; lieWs of j t,..t. Florence Enterprise. Mr S II. !'rrett, ndvmice aRent for 4" HM-ber tfrent cirens, is in tho ,.tv rft,nnnc it red with tlmnius : poster?. t jf,. e.-f n wilt reach hero ou -Monday, . ! .her l":b. t , ..ueinfaeco.-inty court of Win. r. iJnnt. He- alsrf.n . Wells C m the dtumct court is yet A Vorkiiism.niid Voict. Virions evidently. friBtlletied faf.Kv ol ! tnl. riul-.irfl nt Nnn . . ." there eeeres la Ih h remnrfcaiil ecWci-' t, . TTAr' Wl...

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. — 2 October 1886

W EEKLY CITIZEN. Kepnulican Territorial Platform. CUSTOMS A I A HmMUINU. ue n SATTJHDAY. OCTOBEK 2. 18SG. LOCAL XEAVS. The republican party of the Territory of Arizona, in convention assembled, re affirms its devotion to those grand principles of Korernnient which have elevated oar nation to its present ex alted position. o renew our fealty to that pnrty Messr3. M. G. SamanioBO and Jno.S. "Wood have been apppointed regents of ! 'rWritnrial UniVCMltV. 30 POOn OS they qualify a meeting ...tn i. nmi nn nr. fected to start up the good work. nil the great industries which have udd- IU contracting for rails, the Narrow M wealth to , our exchequer Md honor Gauge company neglected to specify the 1 1..,.. 4n.m. nnnrnrA fhnii- clAnil. of the regents which po?erved us as a nation, eetab- fn(4t f .. to,u0 iL.publioan pnrty nnd ganizotion cf- lished equality before the law, built up their rewUnoo to tho nrbitrary and time in which they f honld be delivered. consequently the contractors nre takin...

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. — 9 October 1886

i WEEKLY ARIZONA CITI nl,. XVI. TUCSON, PIMA COUKTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY OCT. !, 1886. NO. s X KhKLV CITIZEN. KluY. OCTOBER fl. 1886. will It? vindicated by that . ' t,,u visitation if it takes a thfu 11 Mir to do it. Wig is nind. HS.ur Ig danger thai the orphaned 1 ,-.. eoanty ticket will be taken "Av" It has no vibible means ,i made more shakers than ;"-,stfliat?.,Hi shakes hoptd w ,nM t no great qr.as es. voters will remember that tha jo are charged by Tomns Rico - rraptly naturalizing him for the securing hi vote, ate em ' ' ' th? detaoTatic sheriff. r --keTof JeCTeonian simplicity r- -eives the unquabfied endorte-,-.rded a patent medicine ad-w-t'tmriit. The "organ" don't even MU, pablieki-ow that Ibere is "none n-me unless Si-n or Tnnque ,r Jt. is blowu the bottle.' Thk elect proclamation somehow fi -sped the executive oflice Hnd '01 ln ttftiieii-wr-l" 8t u'u Lt heKalxto Joi-k ss though the election would be . t tj 'ufore proclamation appeared, i tf -o :rd ia putting in...

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