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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 9 October 1886

VVEEKLY citizen. SATURDAY. OCTOBEP. 9. 18S6. BiG BOMBS. The Grseco-Roman Ora torical Contest. 3Ir. Jeffords Flays His Opponent With Grace and PrecWon. 'nil Tcil of llir Speech of Mr. ami f3'iiopl 'f Tliat of Ojipnm-ut. .Irflurdi III 3londay night was the time, and the Church Plaza tho place fixed upon by the representatives of tho respective speakers, for a joint discussion of the facts, leading m the Paul-Shaw com promise, upon which so many random remarks havo been made. 'I ho occa sion called oat a vast throng of people, among them being many ladies. Ab b rnle tho nndience paid tho ntmost re spect and undivided attention to tho speakers, only expressing by occasional applause finch portions as particularly plenscd them. Want of space forbids n reproduction at this time of the pro ceedings ia fall, but tha very elegant and lexical speech of Mr. Jeffords was too pood to be lefi unrecorded. At tbo appointed hour the meeting wa9 called to order by Judge John Haynes. Mr. Haynes: .Ladi...

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. — 9 October 1886

Weekly Citizen, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 0, 1SSC ""The eels are ia tbc tub and the body .5..t af:ain for more," but the eel me T r r.i'H C'vea by the Oitizes in the ti V ' l"'';r,,d,!l caee xbibitiar the rntaonty or me antrm a omco, -,trovirSihle. nail thero if ao thv. the democrats want it for- h- - tiS i oiwrrutio ticket rill full to , l)t,f ,re el!ti -a. The reppeotable ',, ,j ,.f it keenly feel the disgrace of ' , i .-.tioa f their cnoios with the ''n ...:!' nomine?, nnd will ab to b 't i ttoS1 tbe,r oul PreaeLce- i 'n l the alieriffto the county '" ,rc. Counted to SISSa The tr'&" " . '... in for Anmist of the , r whs SS13. Since compari- 1 "ia order, bite nn thi-i nail. -v ji.,. i n possible opportunity .r , i tb'-m 't stuff the ba!lot-lox this "Jtv- d ra,!' Wi" lonJ!-V bo!1,,tt,f an 1 ..f- " r!vtoc! Tccw i- some virtr.e . rt"0 l,ut 11 rt"lni'e9 7! ' .d't.n:ie pre-sure to rever.l its i ,-t-fce. w .-eerit twtf thut the Courts j ' fijd Kraiui r truth in that 1 "history" of polit:,-M...

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. — 9 October 1886

Weekly citizen; SATURDAY. OCTOBER 9. 18SG. LOCAL NEWS. ? vfl& wrier Mr. Chas. Wricbt is here from tho mines of the Santa Ritas. Mr. Gal Finch, ot IiensoD, is in tho I city, porrmc on the V. S. grand jary. Mrs. Sower nccoinpanied her husband on his visit here from the Mammoth mine. Mr. E. L. Oakes, ono ot Uiirshaw a beat oitizeaf but nevertheless adumocrat, is m the city for his country's good as a jurymen. Enonsu green fodder can be boneht from Mexican hawkers on the streets for a quarter to last aspsn ol horses twenty four hours. Mr. mid Mrs. Hiram S. Stevens left this morninu for their Sierrita ranch, to roeuperato for a few days. They were nnsompanied by Miss May and -Mief Matrcie Hughes. Mr. Samuel Hushes hB8 been selected a memlnrof the republican countv cen tral committee in place of D. 3Icl wn, who has aocepted a nomination on the ticket. The Casa Grande Voice says that at the examination ot Joe Phy for assault ioc Montgomery, he was held in S10W bondw, to appear before t...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 16 October 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZE TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY OCT. JG, 1886. NO. &! WCKKU" CITIZEN. ,rMtiv OCTOBER 9. 18SG. .,1.1 A IE r rsuawi-a vote for Krcsh- t.ts . !.f Shaw means the con .n --, p Kre-bum et al. iiTi att. tit: .. ...J on the Tombstone L it " N,i!,h Rod Daobar i. ..ItaeJf pens in gore, and a 3 organ mid Shaw erred J.--,!ar. mileage and eipens- :V f- J ,rt 11 iD thBt lifl't, -v ,r did. as likewise did tt J" Hereford. Is; lit- fj- -LW.rUre as in oil cle, the . , bd jast aad fair. It Las . i :....lr mulri nmVdf- e .. I- suu"""- 5.4- irttp. t'cts aw faots ite tWni to the public. alra UepabW wb.ee plain 1 .cuoelintbeSNrthismorn- r-ni .JrOM-Jraf the name would the assumer. The have rec.r.. -J wr l t .aJr.c in wMMed-oaly this bbJl tLBCJre ... ,. - ,rt -a'-t that the Editor t ?br . i i rn n'ely informed bis r- :.'t:a, ?iil not vote for Compro II. K.c,; r di-trwt attorney, that r, es i'J b'-pe -" see him -e-fl,: J. Il ..roiherly love iu tbe Deci 'K'.i r ,3 un...

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. — 16 October 1886

ft 1 wm mm mm 4 I WW T 'I. - -win vVioiiKJ.r Citizen. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 16. 1SSC. RepnMicaa CoDoty Ticiet. Fr Sheriff L. H. GOHMLKY For Di.trict Mtoraey H. K. JEFFOIIDS Fer lYaiwirer THOS. HUGHES For County Ju&g F. W. GKEOS For (Uerk of Coa&tj Court 11. 8.SSYDtIl ?or Iteourd r i.B.SOlTSJN For Astcsr II 'EL HALE MAShKtLD Far SsierMrri 11. K. LAfY. (O A. AVEllY. ForIgUhuieCjuneil CHA3. It. DItKE i . . BfAH. For LgislaUve Uepreten- I U WIU MoFAWN -! (.". It. WUKhS. tatle i V- K. MILUKH. UjtX McKAY For CiHmty Smvaf or W. H. EDWAltDS i SIM DEI. BAIltD t or Owoaer. jouN W.nilAN T For l'ablie Administrator GKO. A. CLDM ( F. II. GOODWIM For Jtmeei of tLe Fence W. K.bCuTr (C II. MfcYEU. Fur C-stiMej. ( F. II. i W. V. (C H. V. U.LCCAS jr. j. m;wcosie BeiiHican Territorial Ticiet. For Delegate to CongreM. CURTIS C. BKAN. Of YaTapui. For Superintendent of l'alilic Int traction, THOM S COHUI3, Of Pima. Councilman for Kouthcrn Dutricr, B. S. COFFMAN. Of Coohiie. LOCAL NEWS. 31 iss Veronic...

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. — 16 October 1886

I - - . . WEEKLY" CITIZEN. cATrrauY. October 9. issc. AVOKT1I K l.M KM KKKMfO. . pe?p of Vim county have had - "t!n2'- Muuy me cuaracter ana r."l:,al:-, s of bII the candidates be-,-e tbcia, nnd m almost every individ- , cf'i5rc the electors nave round tlio 4 ,v.t rrfjcated by Ine republicans to . z er:0r to that called the derao- - t'vVtt, Mid it will receive almost :. mppo"1 a ,utr ubUllB- "e c aps"'1011 Ike cundidatea is t--:ei:t tu determine mo cuuree oi me Vie ii tl 8nJ boueBt voter whose love !... -,Tirrv and its welfure exceeds .c3---:tv to party line. Is Mr Lew:s II- Gormley the repub .j !i.re r. uniaated a man pos seeuing " ,.vr .-.i:- qualification for the po rron'of tl'-n-J, and a the people know v -MtiTtLty will more highly esteem I.- lie it a nisn ol aeem raiuer umu xl ? executes a tni6t with .... rr.mi)t fidelity and esact He :s surrounded tiy no uucu ns now uover ucr wc iceu-nbent le lief him by the .'is of irrecalarit.es. He sess. u.- into 1.-J i m . ,.' , own una a ...

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. — 16 October 1886

vViui fsxr citizen. 8.VTUKDAT. OCTOBER 1C. 18SG. I1 KI) Inhisoi v.oill'h int.. Henry n Holmes, a EitiTrt.if C fin a bp 1 2P y aud 9 moiiibi r-i-fune-al ill ": to- o-row. from hi ate re il-nce. 22 Mc ormicfc t Friends unit co,uainUnce are n-kpecifui-y milted to nttnd. The Republican Hall- LOCAL NEWS. Knots of earne-t pobiticiaus in t-olomn oho av aiuta the street corntra every evening. Bad colds cmnot bo snid to be in nc tjva derntn.l. bat miny prominent citi 16'isnre tnkiurf them. Jnditfl Hereford la yet BufTerinc from thf bite of Ha unknown inject. He snB after oitinv linn it immedintely (citnp ervd u-rivy und died in mortnl ugouy. The l'o.to.lice Department 1ms ordered ee'vio? oo the r--utj from PontKno to Totl vVrfCk to be discontinued after the 15:h lin-taut, Tiiere will be a fin mar-quersde boll bt the dan X.vier hotel on the evenini; of Oo: 23 h . under the auspices of the S P. R Employees Library. No patoB will be ".tired to make it a first-olae affiir. Tickets 150. hi' teiim...

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. — 23 October 1886

ARIZONA WEE KLY CITIZEN. Mil. XVI. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY OCT. 23, 188G. UI-.;IUY. OCTOBER 23. 18SG. TCa it not an iaexeumbla piece of ta J '' :n overnmeut not lo bave r.'i-imi nt Sabine? Xii i uooratio county platform fits ...tiiUat-Bboost hko ile lnperou l N '' i''iifsion to Elgiu on vei -1' wil1 P'",bob1' 1,8 fros,t -"';D' o Cleveland's success at fuh- i.. .i i n Himrrciublti effect ing rwu-" f ,3 the fish market I in .! swcr.it com l-.dates Hre nbroud , t-Jt. hone: toilers oleationeentiK . ',' 'n fall a Jeffjrsonicu simplici v j - - tven rumored that tbo democrats .Vtcapt to v .te the lVpaco Indians s. s,u Xvrier. It w:U not bo surprising . t.y ,d cf-empi to vote the city :,rn;e?ery. The sjerdFaTceLse :"ks are Pen to tu-pnblie le.-tMKia-.lioc. says the sLe-iff tui - .K-i i.otdeoy a single BUtem-u: a.JeU':w to bis neglect The rir '",u of ,ue 'Jemccrutic bt-siiu.rt.rs i- i'jiug:" fctep pace with tLa Jea- I'ritic ttciet ia going to pieces. Ijere will iemr....

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. — 23 October 1886

.!-- .ii - " ''" ' " '" - "LJ" - -- - WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATCBDAT. OCTOBEK 23. lBSfi. Fred HranEs, the county clerk, fully corroborated the charges made ogainst him through the Citizen. It ia generally believed that Sheriff Shaw would shake off bis evil barnacles, it he could do so; but they hold him too firmly in their clutches. The county clerk forgot to explain nwny those clumsy warrants that, thanks to the vigilance of the supervisors, were cancelled before any harm resulted. If the county clerk wishes to eeo the responsible head" of this paper he can be accommodated at any time by calling at this office. Pued Hcohes seems to have suddenly become "highly respectable" since Naco sari Znhck took him from behind n faro gome and placed him in a position he is not qualified to fill. Tue better class of democrats have issued a ticket which they will support, upon which they have substituted the republican nominees for sheriff, district uttoruey, county judge and councilman for the savory...

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. — 23 October 1886

tfUUvIA' CITIZEN. si.i;im". OCTOBER 23. 1SSG. th iiiT.iblu book keop- V , t mencn Grocery House, bus ri- iMtiou with Cap. Johuton V l emi itb. He will take charr-e t- V. J a oflic 1 111 tov,"n " v -.n--ni borco thHt was unno- " - tint; from the Grnud Gen - - tint'i! hetn recovered. " ' i'or(,r. :a Infantry, made 1 " t 1 'a tlie Gitizkn otlico to ? J?-V .apaay w-th Capt. Summer- "Sl-n- nd?bot snn went out this T vf. re breaktHt. and returned C bonr ith five wild duoka. s an -everal deceased members t L family Jyiu: ground town. " ,Y ci with a split tar, who was ,,r a u.-rse thief from 1-loreuce, ;rr : '.rated. "? " - n6l actor in the "Bloody 1 " '-1L. don't knovr anything A '! " ' -' .ulan. only that he had - - '.."- 1161111 next saor-u'5'- 2 jii't Irani 1'inal, pro- T -Mrv of of a Mexican ptss J ., t .err with u bdK of gold - '-. p-unds, an unmiti - V.l.cMion of verueitv. p ' , rC 1 people will h-!d a public 1 .st -i.-udsy niKht. t whioli " -he r number will sUte their 'tioa and wby...

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. — 23 October 1886

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 18SG. LOCAL NEWS. M. L. Wood and wife are in town from Ft. Grant. Tin is one of the products of the Owl's Head camp. Judge Harrison, of La Noria, is in town. 3Ir. Andrew Spinas is in from the range. The Barrio Libre is liveliest quarter of town after dark. Mr. S. Hall has returned to his mines in the Santa Gatalinaa. There is a fight of some kind every evenine: either a doc ficht or a man fight, and the distinction is infinitesei- msl. A new stone foundation has been put under the corner of E. B. Gifford'a rear dence south of the Citizen office. Mr. J. L. Clark and fnmily are in the city from American Flo?. The little folks came to attend the circus. The day of the watormelon is passing away. This morning a Mexican peddled out a wocon load or large Juoious lei lows at three for a quarter. The public library hours nre as follows: On Tuesdays and i ndays, from a to ll a. m.; on Wednesdays, from 2 to 4 p. m.; on Friday and Saturday evening?, from 6...

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. — 30 October 1886

ARIZONA KLY CITIZEN. " -"- - - ' " - ... i At 1. TUCSON,-PIMA COUNTY", ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY OCT. 30, 1886. NO. WEEKLY CITIZEN. sl7r.;'JT. OCTOBER 30. 1BSC. "vrf.HiiHES endorses i?bnw; cow v w-Ucd Hughes? --6S:.rs C'alabasas correspondent ,jj SitttTwaiJe is ekctioneeriuK , - ri He will also be elected v..-- " - Zil " y -..; nted "Curfew nbal! not ,r7 r t, ' ht CBltttinSB!. It will "t , ' o:ith iiight of Novera- F.I f t e inmates of the oonnty r v:.t'y naturalized and regis t i : y jailer Charles Krug - . )s KieF-bam. -rr;Ti question of tbe hour stil lowered Wnotrnck Billy . ' Won't tbe Ki't.v Pt ill rav is reported s havio,? said tbBt If wtre given "the whole United SV s be would new vots for n repub -a under any cireucstances." There w. I b. a rec.pwMl sen'iaiat expressed at tLe j, J.- tnif ' (iLcim CLiei-AM bus opened hie fce,.rt ?I ' 1 worth for the Sabine suffer ers. I -urit -ton did not receive even n xc '1 i --'Jt:v. fympatby, but tbe hew Y rk .lm.)cratic campaign fund t...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 30 October 1886

Weekly citizen. f5 ft 'ft SATURDAY, OCTOBEU 30. 18SC. A TOTON LIBEL The Loosely Unsupported Statements or the Star Answered lty Sworn Testimony. The Low v-l Depth of JournalUtle llccra , riatlon Iteaehed ly the .Star In It Vile AUrmjit to Marnier a Good Citizen l".ir Polltlral Iurioe. For a few cloys past the editor of the Star has amused himself by Baking vogue questions, and among 'others it wnntod to know who killed Bill Cava ness, nt the same time intimating that it possessed a great deal of informa tion about it. This morning it prints nnder flaming head lines 'The History of a Ureat Crime. Facts relating to the killing of William Cavaness, alias Coy ote Bill." It then goes on to state that it hss gone to considerable tronble and no little expense, to procure the facta re lating to the killing of William Cava sees "and presents n so called narrative as entirely trustworthy," without giving the namo of; a single responsible citizen as authority to substantiate the flimsy and loo...

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. — 30 October 1886

. iLY CITIZEN. . OOTOBEK SO. 1SS0. Jlsr p. . t k the card of Mr. J. H. the D:triuct Court SutprdayV Citizen, regard . , mot the clerk with ros ect . ritonni Iawf, but little ueed c invjuce (iny one of tho error i he nssumes. Tho cam t .i 3aaae of the court is that . ,,u Justice of the Supreme " uot a JuJcu of tho L' uiJ, htcs Court. B7 virtue of his 1 ' :t ns such justice, ho is given S"ti "l .1 rftstes etatutes. jurisdio v. r United Statu3 case?, similar to ! j taui! court in the several t"tt, la a i rwpects the court is pri ll Vv b icrntorsfil court, ns the ootn 2:4 "'. ,f,tj ladinwatHte.nnd the clerk -A re. (.'.werued by theTerritorial Itf. iowd that h-s deputy is iu 4. .. .;" Koverued by tho Terri i'r.f. bbJ bs the aliens are i if the -evernl Stnte oud Ter 1 o-r -ud not iu United States !' .;:s of Jquilified deputy 1 void. Tn eiror iu thia re '.t ii t nil net performed by n I.-!' -heitcer ;.s Kre-ham. Tun dcaiocnite re tnaanfaciurini their cnmiiai'ii thunder nut of wind. UDGHE3 ...

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. — 30 October 1886

Weekly citizen. til 3-A m J-j&fc-.. J I 4 Pi' 5 M SATURDAY. OCTOBER 30. 18SG. Jlr. SlmwV Legal Adviser. Tbo democrats find fault with tbo ex posures of the short-comings of Sheriff Shaw, particularly that relating to the employment ol a lawyer in his office, who, while bo employed, also appeared 03 ot counsel for the defense in the cases of the torritory vs. Dan Oarlin and W, A. Lee, accused of murder, Mr. Shaw and bis friends nay that it has come to p. pretty pass if the sheriff cannot em ploy a legal adviser without being nc- cuned of wrong doing. We have no disposition to misstate nor purpose to serve in misrepresent ing anything connected with Air. bhaw ' management of tbo sheriil't- office, but as a journal devoted to the best intei eats of the people, we are in duty bound to exposo misconduct ot public affairs and to prevent tho covering up of ques tionable transactions which involvo the public weal. We do not object, and wo doubt if any one does, to the employment by Mr. ...

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. — 6 November 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. xv TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY X V. G, 1800. NO. CITIZEN, X. OCTOBER 30. 18S6. -,k:i tt- tiii: f tjc battle is oTer and the noral excitement is L , s '.'t-cn h bitter campaign, u lu'ertf-t seldom shown tw- ua ,n0 est elament ot ""i c t J rrtj-bus Riven its aid ' l-v-sb cam m their desire for t- ' . i iiunniin from - if I- J " wtrite bad element that . c :itrol of tbo reins of " la mi laudable ambition r t x.fi t,ors of party . v b .ve manfully assumed a j ...i er independence or do , j ;f -ene. VV ben tbe smoke jii: roll nnay the re?ult ml th lewon learned that . b erased from the mem-.rticU'H-ta in tae s:ruffEle of s tie oonte-t bos been car . ! -ay that it is cwtly to x iu.liviJa! candidates v ., vj-ie tbe tar.-ets for the po--b.-oter- that 'he have stood , u'J mi n;,ii.ueh'ng br.iTery t , Li! them honor I . a ?hzn bi little display , rapa th.-ir part, and ult , u3e3 their medicine like i . , fpjlitiotl excitement . n; k words that tbe ...

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. — 6 November 1886

Wkkkxy Citizen. SATURDAY. XOVEM.BEK C. 18SG. THE SWEETEST TIME FOR C0URT1N0 lis pleasant to sit by tho parlor a to to, "When the coal la brightly glowing, On a winter night with jour own true love, While the llerce northeaster's blowing. But pleasanter for is the summer nighty "When the dew in on the roses, And (air Diana's silvery light ai v A beauteous scene discloses. " !r- Oh. then to wander through the grove, "Where the breeze with balm Is laden And softly tell the tale of love To a fair and gentle maiden! Oh, the soft, the balmy summer night, When katydids are sporting. And we see the Are-flies cashing bright, 1b the sweetest time for courting. v Albany Argus. Canned rood In the Arctics. Lieut. A. W. Greely, in a letter upon the effects of freezing upon canned fruits and vegetables, especially as regards the texture and flavor of tomatoes, corn, etc, says: "Apples, peaches, pears, rhubarb, green peas, green corn, onions, potatoes and tomatoes were all subject to extreme temper...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 6 November 1886

Weekly Citizen. Al-i;LUY. OCTOBER 30. 1SSC "mis r aM?s not tako we1 t0 cj methods of travel, nnd prefers XfrfTl ,il tligbt of a liRhtninB ex ,J jj,,3 youtiK scion of an illus f.r ?- trr.'t. "the last of a long line of 'I ' ml ferocious warriors, leaves Lis "iV . lui with a foreboding that his jdcomed to a speedy extinction ,r- 3 tie humid shores of tho flowery ' . -.ar- Tbee regrets inspire a new 1 rTt'oi. to him, which has long been a f -.-cr t the Apscho breasL There tver a similar pang when he 'ei the dripping blade into the 5w hesrt of strong man, helpless U-and innocent child, and their "-Jr tx!wotion was the least of his !rVti thoughts. His desperation is --v tlt cf tho craven who cowers be taXe that he has earned an hnndred It is that of the captive rattle 7& which seeks to send its poisonea f Mt i its own body when it is pow- to do further harm. The blood ';nws this fiend's throne, and when Ttanglv couch is removed the world st'snpe to him and he desperately !i..-Veshke ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 6 November 1886

m m M. & 5. 1 - ' I. Ml: v?Ki..faAr Citizen. S-VTUUMAY. XOVEAIBEU G. 1SSG. T1IK .MASQUERADE. One of tiie Successful xiclal Incuts of The N!K)ii. There wsb no Jack of ntteadnace upon the part of t a people of Tuci'a nt tht grand bal iaBque ut the riau Xava-i Hotel on liiareday niRht, by tho inaua Kers of the nulroad employees library. No dettil of 'he preparation hod beet omitted mid i.om the opening honr ii til tho reniavnl cf tho masks', there wut one uncea.-iDi; roucd of enjoyment. Jluch caro and expensa had been ex pended ia ti'O preparation of original costume', nud fovernl of tho cbnruoterh irere espeeixliy worthy of mention. Mrs. O. Y. Alillett in the character of s female jockey was captivating and her graceful appearance wan tho admiration of evjry pirt of tho ballroom. Mre. 11. Knapp, representing an olr lady with her knitting, acted her part with a fidelity that many believed would merit the prize, and she waa certainly worthy of expeeisl mention. Mr. Charles Metcnlfe ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 13 November 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. XVI. i:i:rly citizen. ' , r i'UX. OCTOBER 30, 1886. "- question of more or less tnc "'s?d ,n the Reality ot the !n ,.f the county clerk, the ballot y'r --tated the office as "clerk of the ,ty canrt," which ollice it is claimed "st rtist- Whatever error that fCM it i pureli' technical. The w-l -I saporvisors cntrusted tbo work f the 'epwHtiou ot the election print .ftuec .-uatj clerk, who is ex-oflicio 'V cf the board of supervisors, and L'jt-iwdirecrwn the tally lists were Z.'itl wih the caption m its proper r',.;"r.r Clerk Cnnty Court," and li. certificate or the board of elec I'j C'jtatedlbe ollice by too same , "le bailots were made up by each tfT to correspond with the tally list, 'S taking that to be official nnd i Tue intent therefore is quite -ir , i t both the voters and the county e-.sl3 hnd n mere clerical error is re sensible for what little jUestion may bemsedm relation to the legality of tie vote for the poeHou. out abiae from this, the 1 is 1 Pl...

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