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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 3 June 1876

1 v i Ul'ffi 5 OSffli ,l f4i iU3 Mm i I 3 ill, .1.BMI 5 VJ i The Citizen. SATURDAY. - - - JUNE :. 18 C. A Sud lMctilrv. In our terrible inil:.ctment again t Ex Agent Thus. J. Jetton!, of tlie Ciiirica lain Iiiiliun agwicy, published in The Citizkn of j ray 20, we added tliereto as a closing paragraph, hut in no way affecting the strength and validity of the main charges, that after the com mission of the late murders by tho Ind ians, and the return of the guilty ones to the reservation, the Ex-Agent's at tention was called to their presence the commanding officer of Camp Bowie and upon the former being ask ed by the latter if he did not wish or intend to have the murderers arrested, the then agent refused to take any ac tion in the matter. We were positively informed by a part on the ground at the time that such was the case. We the more readily believed it because such action on the part of the army of ficer referred to would naturally be dictated by every sentiment of duty, uecenc...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 3 June 1876

stVCKSSV K. TOLLY. ESTKVA N OCHOA. Tucson, Arizona Torrltorv. sidskv iu belong, Apache Pass, A. T. ,-iiHE OLD AND LONG ESTARLJSHEC j coinniorcjui uuumj in TULLY, OOHOA & CO. numerous friends and natrons, onrp note sends greeting and would respect- Ullr announce 10 un interested thatwn rv receiving ana opcnmga 'EW AND COMPLETE STOCK of Goods from tho Great Eastern ud Western Markets Consisting qf pRT GOODS, CLOTHING, HARDWARE, QUEENSWAitE, GLASSWARE, WINES AND LIQUORS, TOBACCO, CIGARS, &c, &c. Uo a full stock of BOOTS & SHOES rot jl ranks, sexes and conditions. FOR TRAINS. LEATHER, SADDLES, CHAINS, WHIPS. HARNESS, BRIDLES, COLLARS, CARRIAGE AXELS, HUBS, SPOKES and RIMS; MULE and HORSE SHOES and NAILS, and In fact everything required for OUT FITTING TRAINS. Our stock has been soleeted with great care by one of the Arm of most EXTENSIVE EXPERIENCE and with epecll referenco to the require rtipntsnf THIS MARKET. We aro confi dent we meet the necessities of our custo mers ...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 3 June 1876

s, I i i i'A tf r!J8 I'll a 1 rfr MCP '4 23 --Mil T3i: 2 1 'Sfl i i i" ! It Vf 1 SI 1 Jlfi If The Book of the Season. The Citizen. SATURDAY. - JU.VJSV, 1ST0. AtiM06T.MAGN-IFI0K.VT CHRISTMAS PRESENT! Just Completed, HUBERT IT. BANCROFT'S 1ST ative Eaces of the 'Pacific States. ft Volumos.Svo.. 1800 pages; lOCopporplate Maps, and 426 Illustrations. Bound In Cloth, Shcnp. Half Morocco. Half Russian, Half Calf, Full Russia and Tree Calf. New York, Published by D. Appleton iCo. London, Lougmau t Co. Paris, Maisonneuve at Cle. Leipzig, Brockhau's. San Francisco, A. L. Bancroft & Co. The Army. Tho New York Herald, through its Washington correspondents, coutiD ues its good work of exposing tho evil features in our army system and management, with a view to reform. As tho people of the frontier are about the only portion of the nation brought directly in contact with tho army in tituos of peace, they are tho princi pal sulferers from any wrongs or de fects in that army, and are most in t...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 10 June 1876

r a - i: IH-'i. a. r a The Arizona Citizen. ' - Tucson, Pima County, AjizonaJ'Saturday, June 10, 1876. 2STo. 36. is i'PUt.ISIIF.I) KVF.RY .SATURDAY. SuitsrawTioN Rates: ine Copy, one yecr, nc Copy, "Is jnAhs .jnglt numbers $5 03 3 W 15 AnvRitTisiNO Hatks? Twelve lines in tins type, one nrj. )ne iiiare, twelve line., one time 00 y.ich subsequent Insertion . . i fjo Tofcsslonnl cards, per quarter. S 00 nam ui-aiu bumcw, iree. unitunry re- aiirKs in prase, per stjtiare; in poetry, rsiislness artrcrtisements at Reduced Tres. uiniw .sonnwesi corner .Main and k oiisress streets. AVTIIOItrXEW AOKNTO FOR THE CmjaKJ V. N. Kelly, newsdealer nt Prescott, ins THE I itizkx mr sine, ami nns nuiliorily to ceive :iu receipt lor money Hue us. I. V. Fisher, 20 nnil 21 Jspw Merstttnts' rchange, is our authorized Agent fat Snn Francisco. Jnmcs Abpg ..Tuma E. Irvine......... Phenlx. WASSON A BKOWX, Proprietors. J. C. HANDY, M. D. Tccsos, Arizona. COKSER Or UlICRCH AND CONVENT. Itest. Short Is the way, y...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 10 June 1876

Ill : i'tfss mm IS' ilk J. 1:31 Br t ! Jl' 3l ! i.i1 I 4 -;4 I . S i a MSB AM Tin- V. i I Luh. SATUltDA Y, ue n i!i n--t forz.t what yon have done t'nr us stnd will remain vour friend." I don't believe there was a single per- JUSK lit. 1S70. son present but wlmt was ailecteil, and j felt for the voting chiet. the citiitiCAUL-A situation. The result of Taza's little battle, and his decision to go to the San Carlos. An iiiicrnnUoiiHi iiuiinii risht- jmd its tok1 cHeet. Several other The Son of Cmliise Cover Tliem-j ca( men Jmvo come in tooav. suhmit- TELKCItAlMIIC NEWS. .Special Dispatches to The Citizen, by Uuitod States Telegraph Lino. ncIvcn Itli (siwry ami wipe "t wl. and agreed to o to San Carlos, and tiieir Fniiier'H 'rimes-Tiie :rnnl!MS have said before, at the present Council Tiie Imtiniis consent to; writing it looks as though all the Ind- Kemovnl. ia.,s would submit and go without The news this week from the Chiri- trouble." enhuais of the most surprising and Later news than...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 10 June 1876

1'ISCKHEY K. TOM.Y. BOTE VAN OCHOA Tucson. Arizona Territory. sidsky K. KUsa, Apache Pass, A. T. riUiE OLD AND LONG ESTABLISHED I nmn-.flnl hnn.e f i v -. - TUILY, OCHOA & CO. to its numerous friends and patrons, once rnore senas greeting miu wouia respect rullv announce to all Interested that we are receiving and opening; a NEW AND COMPLETE STOCK of Goods from the Crcat Eastern nd Western Markets Consisting of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HARDWARE, QUEENSWAItE, GLASSWARE, WINES AND LIQUORS, TOBACCO, CIGARS, &c, &c. Alo a full stock of BOOTS & SHOES foi oil rants, sexes ana conuiuons. FOR TRAINS. LEATHER, SADDLE'S, CHAINS, WHIPS. HARNESS BRIDLES, COLLARS, CARRIAGE AXELS, HUBS, SPOKES and RIMS; MULE and HORSE SHOES and NAILS and in fact everything required for OUT FITTING TRAINS. Our stock has been selected with great care by oueoriue nnn 01 most EXTENSIVE EXPERIENCE nrt with esnecial reference to the require ments of THIS MARKET. We are confl uent we meet the necessities of ...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 10 June 1876

Iffy if f 3 si i'i L 1 :4a hAfti t 4li . ' I X-E 2 . s t'i SSI ft 4 Ufl-SW 4l $ v LI 7 f i jh: v i am sitae &3I UP J l.'Vt Ml mi 11. 5sB I $3 The Book of tiie Season. A MOST XAGNIFICENT CHRISTMAS PRESENT! Just Completed, HUBERT II. BANCROFTS 2ST ative 3rl a-CeS -of the- P a o i fl c States 5 Volumes, fivo.. NSW jwee: lOCopperplnte j aiap. mid VJS IlIllMmuons. iwmnu j-Clolli, Sheep, Half Morocco, Half KhmMiih. Iliilf CJHlf, Vutt Hii.Ih nml TrecCulf. rfew Vorlc.VubUheil by I). Apploton A- Co. liO-mlrm, liOinnnnn Jt Co. lrarlf, Mal'omionve et Clc. Tlpzlir, Hrockliau's. Fr.mrlsco, A. L. Itancroft A Co. A "V lTf 1VAP TO ft T IL'dDVf 4 , -T ' honor to Amcrlcnii llteraturo! a bonk IIU.1WU XV UillUI Uli.lltL v . sor nie ninsHo; every.mu.v i-nouin naveii, particularly uverylKnIy on tite PncWc Coast. It tt'lN the merchant of the conn- try anillts pro.!nc:s "in. Low business was o..k..i..Mt.i i t foiK.!. ,!.- Mcmn iii raeoinnc. wip iuwjit ui nuirw anil politics, 1ic elercj-man of relfclon,...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 17 June 1876

3i r The Arizona Citizen. wr Vol. VI. TILE ARIZONA CITIXOEIV is PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Sobscuiition Ratks: One Copy, one year. $5 00 One Copy, six inomns -Single numbers .... ADVERTISING RATES: Twelve ltnes In tins type, one sq. One square, twelve lines, one time K.ich subsequent Insertion 3 00 IS S3 00 1 50 Professional cards, per quarter. 8 00 Plain death notices, free. Obituary re- niarKs in prose, ?j per square; in poetry, lou pr line. Huslness advertisements at Reduced Rates. Office Northwest corner Main and Congress streets. Acthoiuzed Agents forTiie citizen : W. X. Kelly, newsdealer at Prescott, has The Citizen for sale, and has authority to receive ana receipt lor money due us. L. 1". Fisher, 20vand 21 New Merchant' Exchange, Is our authorized Agent In San Francisco. James Abpg . .. Yuma. E. Irvine .. Phenlx. WASSON A BROWN, Proprietors. J. C. HANDY, M. D. Tccsox, - - ..... Arizona. Corner or CnuKcu axd Convhnt. H. N. ALEXANDER, Yuma, ... Arizona, attorney at law. Will pr...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 17 June 1876

, f 1 i ! 1 fl ! ISi;: Irrm IS-: 1-vU 11 if! The Citizen. SATURDAY. JUXE 17. 1S7G. The End of riilricnliun. We have tlie great pleasure of chron icling this week, the accomplishment of the removal of the majority of the Chiricahua Indians to the Sun Carlos reservation and the practical abolition of what has been the most disgraceful and criminal Indian management that has ever cursed Arizona. Chiricahua is no more, and it only remains for the proper authorities to bring T. J. Jef fords, and all who can be shown to be in any way connected with him to speedy trial and certain condemnation TGLRGKArillC NEWS. Special Disptehes to Tiik Citizen, by United States Telegraph I.lno. PACIFIC COAST MATTERS. San Diego, June 17. nays, of Ohio, has been nominated at Cincinnati for President, with Wheeler, of New York, for Vice-President. sv "KiiANrisco. June 10. The 'steamer Citv of Peking arrived from fTliiriM via .Ti:in to-day. bringing 150 Coolies. This is the first vessel to leave since the Ch...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 17 June 1876

KSCK! KT R. TUI.L.Y. nSTEVAN OC1IOA, Tucson, Arizona Territory. ttvxz s. dkloso. Apache Pass, A. T. m&K OLD AND LONG ESTABLISHED X ccninnrclal bouieor OTILLY, OCHOA & CO. to Its numerous friends and patrons, once more sends greeting and would respect fully announce to all interested that wo are receiving and openlnga NEW AND COMPLETE STOCK of Goods from the Great Eastern ud Western Markets Consisting of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HARDWARE, QUEENSWAUE, GLASSWARE, WINES AND LIQUORS, TOBACCO, CIGARS, &c, Ac. Also a full stock or BOOTS A SHOES fot all ranks, sexes and conditions. FOR TRAINS. LEATHER, HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES, CHAINS, COLLARS, WHIPS. CARRIAGE AXELS, HUBS, SPOKES and RIMS; 34ULE and HORSE SHOES and NAILS, and In fact everything required for OUT FITTING TRAINS. Our stock has been selected with great are by one of the firm of most EXTENSIVE EXPERIENCE tnd with especial reference to the require ments or THIS MARKET. We arocontl deutwemeet the necessities of our custo ...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 17 June 1876

I SP21sCK mm Film The Book of the Season. A MOST MAGNIFICENT CHRISTMAS PRKSENT! Just Completed, HUBERT II. BANCROFT'S jSTative Races of the Paciiic States. b Volumes, 8vo.. 4000 paee: lOCopperplate Mps, nnd 426 IHustrntlons. Bound rCloth, Sheep, Half Morocco, Hair Russian, naif Calf, Full Husk in aud Tree Calf. .New York, Published byD. Appletou &Co. Ixndon, Longman fc Co. Paris, Matsonnouve ot Cle. Leipzig, Urockliau's. San FrancUeo, A. L. Bancroft A Co. AN nONOR TO CALIFORNIA! AN honor to American literature! A book for the masses; everybody should have It, particularly everybody on tho Pacific Coast. It tells the merchant of the coun try and Its products, and how business was conducted In early times. It tells tho phy sician of medicine, the lawyer of courts and politics, tho clergyman of religion, the mechanic of manufactories. It Is the best of reading for tho household, exceed ingly Interesting and Instructive for young people. It irt gooa for men of all classes, for it te...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 24 June 1876

i- I l s . mi m The Arizona Citizen. 91 --lorH m i p i fl Vol. VI Txicson, .Pima County. .ArizonS, Saturclav, June 24, 1S76 f 3STo. 38. rii V 'rii.12 A-itixors'.-v ci'xiz;i2N- I'UW.ISHKI) KVKllY SATUUDAY. SUHsCkiitiox Uatks: Oho i"opy, one your. One Copy, six mouths Sluplc numbers SB no 3-00 15 Auvki.tisini; Uatks: Twelve linos in mis typo, one sq. One sqimro, twelve lines', one time S OOi :ieli suosequeni insertion 1 50 rofessional cards, peruuarter. 8 00 1'lnin death notices, free. Obltunrv re tnnrK In proe,. $3 per square; lu poetry. aw pjr nm. iisiiie-s advertisements at Reduced Hates. Oiliee Northwest corner Main and Congress streets. AUTU01.I7.KD AGIINTS KOKTlIK ClTIZKN I V. X. Kelly, newsiloaler at I'reseott, has TiikOtizkn for sale, and has authority to receive and receipt for money due us. L. V. Fisher, '-'(J and HI New Merchants' -'eliRiie, is our authorized Agent in San 'nnclsco. James Abf:s -... Yuma. K. Irvine .l'henl.. WASSOX & HKOWX. Proprietors. J. C. HANDY, M. D...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 24 June 1876

it til 5V- m i4U H 1 f ;tJ it.... I It EH .j:' it!!- ! m - i ( ! ... The Citizen SATURDAY, JUXE 24, 1370. San "nrlts. Henceforth Chirieahua drops out of sight as n nurery of bad Indians, and "with perhaps some few intermissions from occasional forays by small parties of renegades, the magnificent corner of the Territory known as Chirieahua will chiefly attract attention through the mineral discoveries and agricul tural developments of while settlers. San Carlos, the great Indian reforma tory, once more comes to the front as the headquarters of the congregated tribes of the Ajmche race of Indians, who so long ruled and ruined southern Arizona, but are now fast learning the arts of peace. Let the system and dis cipline so effectively etabli-$hcd at San Carlos under Agent .1. P. Chun be continued a few years longer, and in stead of so many wild Indians we shall have just so man- good, citizens. Late dispatches from San Carlos, dated the 10th instant, inform us of the safe arrival there...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 24 June 1876

1 '-li. tv-mui fiVi-KSKY B-TCIJ-Y. KSTKVAN OCHOA. Tucson. Arlaonn Territory. sipse k- kmno. Apache Pass, A. T. riMiF LI AND LONG ESTARLISHKl" ii,mii..-reial liou.-eof TULLY, OCHOA & CO. to its aiimornui friends and patrons, once iiv.rV -nils gremlin mid would respect r,,) announce to nil interested that wo an. receiving and openlugn 'EV AND COMPLETE STOCK of Goods from the Great Eastern ami Western Marketn Consisting of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HARDWARE. QUEENSWA'RE, GLASSWARE, WINES AND LIQUORS, TOBACCO, CIGARS, Ac, &c. Aiso n full stock of BOOTS & SHOES foi if; ranks, sexes and conditions. FtH TRAINS. LEATHER. SADDLTS. CHAINS, wnips. HARNESS, BRIDLES, COLLARS, CARRIAGE AXELS, HUBS, SPOKES and RIMS; Ml'LE and HORSE SHOES and NAILS, and In fuel everything required for OUT KITTING TRAINS. Our stock has been selected with great cure for one of tho Arm of most EXTENSIVE EXPERIENCE and with especial reference to the require ,..? of THIS MARKET. We arc confi dent we meet the nece...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 24 June 1876

rii rt ill as Mi 38 r if1 a WW iff v LrTaifi urn PI nil i - nfK Ji . I . .-9,'" ! 4.? "if 5 i; M 11 i : ?ii ' If MTU mm w 1 i ii ISP The Book of the Season. ' THE ClTIZES". SATURDAY. - - - JL'XB i, 1S7G. j A MOST MAGNIFICENT CIIKISTMAS; PRRSHNT! Just Completed, HUBERT II. BANCROFT'S jST ative Races or the IPcLcific States. A RcimirJiable I'xlilbit. General Running in liis admirable speech in the House in support of the ibill for the reorganization of the army and which bill passed the House on the first iustant, makes the following The New Secretary of Ariznnn-Tlic remarkable and disgraceful exhibit: Legislative, Kxcciiiivc and Jun-1 The maximum numerical strength of ciai Appropriation itui The ie- our Army is lixed by law at 'o,000 men. Iiiese -'d.UOO men are oriranix.eu into twenty-five regiments of infantry, IVsVSUIXUTOX. posllury at Tiifsoit-rroxiifctlveii h Volumes, vn..-J0nO page:: lOOopporplate M'U, nml -125 IllwtnitiotiK. lloimil rCloth, Sheep, IlRlf Mnmcco, Half Hu.fiiH, ll...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 1 July 1876

i The Arizona Citizen. It Vol. VI. Tucson, Pima County, .Arizona, jpaturday, July X, 1876. jSTo. 39. 7 TU-E AUIZONA CITIZEN is rUHMSUED EVERY SATURDAY. Subscription Ratks: $5 GO 3 00 15 S3 00 . 1 50 . 8 00 One copy, one year, rne Cony, fix months Single numbers .... ADVERTISING UATKS: Twelve Hnes in tills type, one sq. One f qtinre, twelve lines, one time..... K'ich subsequent Insertion............... professional cards, por quarter........ Plain death notices, free. Obituary re niarks In prose, S3 per square; In poetry, 50 prlinc. Business advertisements at Reduced Rates. Office Northwest corner Main and Congress streets. ABTiioitizEn Agents for The Citizen: N. Kelly, newsdealer at Prescott, lias The Citizen for sale, and has authority to receive ana receipt lor money one us, L. 1'. Fisher, 20 ana 21 New Merchants' Kxcl.ange, Is our immorireu Anviucuu inn i" Ahrc ..... - l lima. K. Irvine - - Phenix JOHN WASSON, Proprietor. J. C. HANDY, M. D. Tucson, Arizona. Corner or Church and C...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 1 July 1876

ft 7iL 4' la ."i. "if -AH? 4 f Mil Sift 4 SiT TnE Citizen. SATURDAY, JULTl, lS7b.i TULEGKAPHIC .NEWS. Special Dispatcher to Thk Citizen, by United States Telegraph Line. PACIFIC COAST MATTERS. . .. . - gA.,- Francisco, June 27 The Absolute Veto ism Taken Ah j Chrouiclc IliiS been iitlmitted to JS'ew Elsewhere w notice that the bill ; York associated press and now takes imnuiiiooii in- nlfte sfvf.n to tiiki- .lwrmiehes over the Western union from the Executive of Arizona thej telegraph line. ni,.in! mill iinu-nr m tm.xl lwth Silver discount is ouotcd to day at house of Congres.-. It will certainly receive the President, approval and lii',' to 7'V cents. become a law. The measure is just aud no one more appreciates the relief j EASTERN' STATES. St. Louis, June 27. The Democrat- it curries with it, than the present Gov-jjc National convention assembled to ernor of Arizona. Although not cer-uiav ... i,,iif.nast twelve o'clock and was tain, we believe Utah and New Mexico! ca"iea to order...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 1 July 1876

T piM' VNEV K. TUl.LV. EfTIIVAS OCHOA, ! Tnesou. Arizona Territory siu:Vsr ll- WKLONt Aimche Puss, A. T, i ( i lUiK'OLD AND LONG E.STABLISHKT I comir.iroKU bouse or TULLY, OCHOA & CO. to its uumnroiis friends and patrons, once more sends greeting and would respect fnllv iinnouuct' to all interested that we tire receiving aim opcuiugn NEW AND COMPLETE STOCK of Goods from tho Great Easterii and Western Markets Consisting of dry goods, clothing, hardware, queensva:e, glassware, wines and liquors, TOBACCO, CIGARS, Ac., &c. ANo a full stock of BOOTS & SHOES foi nil ranks, sexes und conditions. mm trains. LEATHER, SADDLES, CHAINS, WHIPS. HARNESS, BRIDLES, COLLARS, CARRIAGE AXELS, HUBS, SPOKES and RIMS; MULE and HORSE SHOES aud NAILS, nnd in fact everything required for OUT FITTING TRAINS. Our stock hax been selected with great care by oneof the Ann of most EXTENSIVE EXPERIENCE ami with especial roierence to the require ments of THIS MARKET. We are conn dent we meet the necessi...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 1 July 1876

The Book of the Season. A MOST MAGNIFICENT CHRISTMAS PRESENT! Just Compietcd, HUBERT II. BANCROFT'S jST a t i v e Races of the Pacific States 6 Volmes, Svn.. 1009 pace: 10 Copperplate M'ps, r.nil 125 Illustrations. Bound l Cloth, Sheep, Half Morocco, Half Itussitin, Half Calf, Full Russia and Tree Calf. New York, Published by D. Applotou &Co. London, Longman & Co. Paris, Malsounonve et Cle. Leipzig, Brockhaunj. San Francisco, A. L. Bancroft A Co. AN nONOIt TO CALIFORNIA! AN honor to Amorlcau literature! A look for the masses; everybody should have It, particularly everybody on the Pacific CoasL It. tells the merchant of the coun try and Its products, and how business was conducted in eany times, liieiismepny nlclan of medicine, the lawyer of courts and politics, the clergyman of religion, the mcchiuilc of manufactories. It Is the bet of reading for the household, exceed- TfeopTc. It Is gboo. for men of all classes, for It tells about life In its various phases and eondltl ms...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 8 July 1876

4fV r ' A- liry 6 Citizen. t it Vol. VI. Tucson. iPima County, Arizona, Saturday. Jnly S, 1876. The Arizona 'riiJ2 -A-iuzony citizen is - PUHLISH.ED EVKRY SATURDAY. SCHSCHIITION HATHS: One Copy, one year, One Copy, sir months Single numbers ST. m S 60 6 AnvKitTisiNO Katks: Twelve tines lis tins type, one Kq. Onesimnre, twelve lines, one time 3 00 JSneli .subsequent insertion 1 50 rofstonal eards, per quarter...., S 00 nam ijkuiii nonces, iree. uitiiunrv re al irks ih prose, ss per square; lu poetry, ju ltr line. Business advertisements at Reduced 1lKs. OtlUf Nortlnvebt corner Main and k'ongrefts streets. AUTIIOUIZKD AGKNT3 FORTlIK CITIZEN: W. X. Kelly, newsdealer at IVescolt, lias Thei'itizkx for sale, and has authority to receive and receipt for money due us. L. 1'. Fisher, 20 and 21 New Merchants' Etcttance, h our authorized Agent in Kan i'nmcisco. James Abgg Yuma. K. Irvine Phenix. JOHN WASSOX, Proprietor. J. C. HANDY, M. D. Tucson-, Arizona. coitxek of church and convent. H. N. ...

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