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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 13 November 1886

W A KI Y CITIZEN. satiiu ai novembei: 12. it6 mm li mm 1 Vdrdi Green is now managing tho - Couicrn.8 11a 1 bar and Mr. James Brown d e- iliehouoip st tte Sootia, while iu P Builiuiton dots the ogreeable at the tit. L mis Ex limine. Mf. G J. Rnkrnge came in from bis FntVda on S itnrduy orenins. He will leave for I'beuir to morow to attend tbe session of the Grand Lodge F, .fc A. M. Wocre ignorance is bliss it is folly lo b-J wise. Tlitt is why democrats bo P-ldon our. fo.l by becoming repub lican1. A note from Mr. A. Redenill, tbe fm u- p blo aent and tuner, btates tbt be will reach ToMon nbont tbe 20th of trie preaeut month and will be pre pared to meet nny demands for mstra- in ut8 r their repair. Mr. C. SfliL'mnnn writes from Los Angeles tbBt his tin-t boy is a girl, end blie whs born on tbe 5:b inst. lie hUo pNd that bn utxt vnrl will be a boy, and he in ready to receive congratulations for one or both. D . Y C. Wardwell has returned from tba est uul will epeud tbe winter in Aru....

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. — 13 November 1886

- Weekly Citizen. BA.TDUUA.T, NOVEMBER 13. 18SG LOCAL NEWS. THE NURSERY OF ABORIGINAL SLIPS AT LAWRENCE, KAN. ccurt in Mr. J. Justioe 11. of of be J n litre Barnes vrill open Tombstone on November 15. Tombstona enjiyod a lrost a few mornings ago. Mr. Oamillo Koull.'er is in tho city from Arivucn. It ia now Judge Sower, Bower having been elected tho l'eaoo ut tho Mammoth. Mr. ILGerwia, of Benson, is in tbo city on business. Mr. T. II. "WnzstafT. of New York, one of tbe Narrow Gauge officials, ia in tbe city. Frank Lord writes from Cuba that be will be in Tucson on tbe 1st proximo. Louis Ezekiels ia in tbe city from tbe Mammotb Camp. Kuad Overseer J. Mo C. Elliott bus crone over towards tbe San Pedro to mend tbe ways of tbe county. Kind tbe cbeBlnut boll on "tbe mills of tbe gods grind slowly." Tbey grind so verv slow tbat it tnkea ten mills to make a cent. Mr. W. P. Woods bas moved into bis nowly purchased residence on Court Plaza, opposite tbe court bouse. Don't fail to cill on Lane...

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. — 13 November 1886

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATCRUAT. NOVEMBER 13. 1SS6. cXTllniS Arazo.VA is favoreJ with " -njCcent ioheritnncothnt neither wsr, tb-' Sr"'a' nl 3 . i . 1 . I ...... nv Mdna OAn f .TJlCO, "UD'D " IHU.U It ie a boon carved out dv . 1.:.. LwAnit . . snd laid" carefully awny as a acaicet tue luturo warr.s oi . 1. 4T.iv.mi fit a-tf'.8 scotbinK ,nl healiBR virtues; ,t abide with ns until the bar est of eternity has ripened nnd the T" . ..,t,,r.i1 ilR pratus into the nac M" - " - , . r,f infinite metes ana oounus. It is r:ai- XL? tbe Oaf SI-"U ' "'"'' . . ... .L nor too often Drongui io mo . ii . ..ef n-mc nf iinfnrtll- .....-,ti oi in. ut'o 1 vflial' Iook elf,ewbere for lhe e-.ef they can speedily Had here. It is 1 zt S' our 'comparable, climate, C-3t "oil, dry and warm ministrations J".' back to life the dying consnmp and brinf. the crimson blush of tesith to bis wan cheeks if it is sonBht V -e the cold grasp of death has fhfed the f rark beyond the possibility a re-arrcctn u. At an altitude of ab...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 20 November 1886

ARIZONA WEEK Y - - - 111 V I CITIZEN. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY NOV. 20, 1880. WKEKLY CITIZEN SAU'KUAY. NOVEMBER 13. 1SS6. T s metals that abound in the hill n . -e: t t Tucson will eventuolly be , as mice of productive industry, a-1 ail greatly to the general prosper! tv ' the c ty. It bus been lone kne ...I, Hirer, lew, copper una iron .n paying quantities in thoTuoson nntains. bat the individual 1 21 ' that has been exerted is not 6 r t!ii' ex.'is rsot. onterpri'c iffi .at ti properly develop tho mines neningshave been made which lis- e "re of a fair grade, and occa some very rich threads of -.r.oas meiai are cuujuuhti, thste iniaes are low-grade and .-, v?;ns arc large. Immense bids of cop a-? foand, jest over tho roaiu rang h.ir wit. and vast beds of lead Hractenze their northern foot hills Oa their east gold and silver, and on the s ith silver with oceifional 831311 veins . iild hove been found. On the tope th mnnntaias. ueir their northern end. and cutt...

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. — 20 November 1886

iv kly Citizen. s.vnmiAr. November 20. iss6 THE TERUITOItlES. The Text or the Nf w l.ln Itestrletlnc Irclal Lrglidiitiiiii. AN ACT T" prohibit tbe ptti-ae of local or spec ial U wet 111 trie territories ot tbe United State, to limit territorial indebted n hh, and for olber purposes. Be it enncted by tbe Senate and lli ue of K-prtsentativcH of the United binUrH of America lu Congress assem bled. Ttiat tbe I?i.vslture8 of ths ter ritories cf iho TJuned States now r hereafter to be o tauized shall jot pesa lui-tt or sp cul law in any of the fol lowing t-unnierateJ cases, that is to say: Graining divorces. Cbuyiui; tbe names ot persona or J 1 ire. Lome on, openinsr. altering, nnd Vorkiui; road or highways. Vao.tiujf made, town-plats, streets, sl'oHHd publio uroundn. Lie. tint; or cbanKint; connty seats. It'ituIatioK county and towcihip af f.n s. Itsulatinz the practice in courts of j .-'ice. R -vitiating the jurisdiction and duties of I he peace, police magistrates and C.-IlMhb'en. I'ro...

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. — 20 November 1886

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATCKDAY. NOVEMBER 20. 18S6. 5 ,-VF.K tbe pecpl rtuse :.::cJ, the cr satisfactory it may bo to or Arizona, it is r serious to tbe country mai me Af3cLe Indian war bns been transferred 'zcu tit frontier mountain ranges into tbe ru :onrnnl3' wnere the bat le it i w.ib CVKli greater nrv hat ., tLC field. with the usual ndvan- e f Fsfety upon the part c xue rea .e c nteution. Ever tince General scMeved his brilliant victory -essicd defeat was confidently pre- friends of Uenernl UrooK -oit no opportunity to interpose . ..tnlu euioimeut of the hon- CDSl..i."r . ii i - t misrepresent nis services 6zi F'-T te uca ui,ter controversies t ss.r.eao't requires the sworn tes t. -Y LJ eve-witnesses to tbe nfTuir to v""ctj tb.-1 dinns were taken prison er at"-" 1 ,n newspaper cd-.--.-.jernasb headlines and betveen lJe :tcn covers of tbe literary month- u saaie story is toid in different -is f tLe manner by which General C-cVc .n-jiered tbe Apaches and how t r-." merely plucked the f...

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. — 20 November 1886

-.ft 1 11 1 t If a . V ( Weekly citizen. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 20. 18SG IS DOODLE KING? An Open Letter to Hon. Georjre Hearst. Deak Sib: It bas been given out by prominent members ot the Democratic party that yon will be eleoted by next legislature United States Senator for California. When tbe question is put, Why you are to be? the answer is, that you have expended, during the cam paign, large tmms of money for the suc cess of the party (particularly the legis lative tioket), and are entitled to it I, with mny others, very seriously question whether you will upon that ground allow yourself to become a can didate, because I believe you to be pos sessed of pride enough to repel so base and degrading n proposition. Assum ing that it has reached your ears, I ask you to publicly declare that you are not a candidate and will not accept the offioe, confessedly tendered upon a mon eyed consideration nljne. Daring the last canvass the republican party and its corporate nllies were loudly inve...

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. — 27 November 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN YVI . TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY NOV. 27. 188C. n:KKLY CITIZEN. 7:riiPAT. NOVEMBER 27. 18SG. 7.ri:iiii:NT Airriirit. t i. s.l.at Ch ster A. Arthur, whose i 4- urred on tin ISthof this montb, rum Fraukliu county. Vermont, j.u of Oitohsr, iS30. and at the t a? Lis Mtth w,.s in the 57th year of i. He was the eldest of n family .,. aim nve uaugmers. ms the R v William Arthur, a c e-gyrasn, emigrated from the of Vntrim, in IrelanJ, to this wa?n b ws eighteen years old. J at Newtonvilie, near Aioauy, TELEGRAPH of l1 fath '. ? .1. ' :s, OJt-wr -:m. ioio. .ur. a;ij"era;uated with the class of 1S19. rj, bf awards taught echo-1 for two J- Vermont ami, having eovcd by n-,r'aoiny about $500. he wout to NVrTork city Hud udied law in the J !Ja3se E D. Culver. After his Eja.sl n to tb9 twr " i'Jrmeu a pan- cers-ip with Uenry D. Gardiner and en tcreJ upon a ense-'s'nl practice in New Y rk, and married tbe daughter of Lie .teaant Hero l.a.roited States Na...

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. — 27 November 1886

Wekexy Citizen. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27. 18SG ii'' - 1 LOCAL NEWS. Mr. Joseph Boyer, of Benson, is in the city. J. 8. Bnttain, Esqr., of Nogales, la in the city. Bosh Levin ia driving a brisk wet trade at the Headquarters. Supervisor D 0 Stevens, of Florence, is m the city. Lou Martin has got book from the con vention of the 1$. of Li. E. which met in New York. The regular shipments of ore from Olive camp are kept up with the usual gratifying results. Mr. J. Q. Goodman has removed his jewelry store to the now office of Wells, Farco & Oo.'s express company, Jacobs' block. Col. J. A. Zabriskie has consented to deliver the oration at the annual anni versary celebration by the Society of Arizona Pioneers next month. Editor J. J. Hyde will soon remove hi Mohave Miner from Mineral Park to Kingman, where the county seat will be in the f tuure. Hon. John Howell, formerly of Pres oott, is erecting thorough reduction works at Reno, Nevada, for a wealthy company, and he will manage them otte...

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. — 27 November 1886

CITIZEN, 'nUAY. NOVEMBER 27. 1SS6. r - 1 . ,jer lengthy nrticle on irri u T - Vua cla'l to 6e0 aa interest v noi itrist. Thomas. 1-i-csoK, Nov. 22, 1SSC. . ..y I ee m to-night's issue .1 salject ivliich I havo given t-Jady. Settinp aside ony .. f tii tvutrifueal pump cupa- f - - AW.OOU pillions of water L " for $2,000, I reserve r n.eriht to question that prop- ! -t J Wail I luiuiiuonuu t t-T k-it r, i i . ... Tin nnllMwa tf ' " n-i 1 1 irriint nn anro of TL ' i viforcifttion I can gather t f it lande diligent iuqniry. it . - e. -'s inch or Bbout 17,000 ,at' ."f iriiur per day to irrigate one T''-v ccasmed the wnter in the 1 - nv. r at Warner's, now .. i r.,.l n.tif 1 .111 r-- .". nnd I r.ni told, by psrtteB Itth'" 'id f,tim that Wft,er tllat - -.t ah ut 1,-tOO acres of land 1 - . f t s. Now the difference bo 'J?T' at:ts nn acre of land with 1 - s ier dny as by your esti- --.... ...tu.'.iuir iliiv mt. r.uiice. Which is correct? T4.' i. 4,.,. fr rfiph there is C.' -Swa'iolttlnB tbe S...

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. — 27 November 1886

VVlOh KIA7" CITIZEN. SATUltUAT. NOVEMBER 27. 18SG LOCAL NEWS. Tbo new book and ladder outfit is a beanty. Uutliogton is dispensing splendid Tom nnd Jerry, at tbe St. Louis Exchmge. A copy of the nnnual report of the Governor of Arizona to the Secretary of tbe Interior, has been received at this office. It is a brief bat very creditable doonmeni. It it) too t?arm for n enow storm; too dry for a rainstorm and too olondy for comfort. It is a sort of maevrump weather. A man named Murphy is said to be down with the am all pox, in Nogales, amler the cure of Dr Robs. Mta Jeie Sutherland, Pinter of Mrc, Herbert Brown, and W, W. Chapman wore married iu San Frnucisco oo JsTv 12th, t her mother's residence, No. 522, Van Ness Avenue. District Attorney B. H. Hereford ex presses the written opinion that tbo BF eefcor'n duties ns tHX-collector cease on or before tbe third Monday in Jane, after which date all taxes are to be col looted by the treasurer. It now transpire? that the great North Americ...

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. — 4 December 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. ni.m TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY DEC. , 1886. CElvLY CITIZEN. rXKDAY. DECEMBER 27. 1SSG. e as: iform suggested by the ub- t;ce of the Citizens' Busine-.s and .. ... r at. Ass-ociation, for tbe coneid- .j, -3 f tl.e municipal nominating "jeLt ?r overs ftveral objects that .Jjne. b few that are visionary, -j lt thbt tbe enforcement of exist--J.s .Ct3 would easily and epcedi r 11 first relalres tbedo- 't.-n t the citt of ml salaries of cour, c ces a,. i raaTor. This might bo made demand tbeir services rirlt to .t1-" the rec mi ense allowed by low- j There is a1 question about the ju-tice cfreB-": ratius them for their labors; :,: y a inr-stwu of emergency and j. met with a voluntary re un Jjt. 3 t; ibe emoluments of the offioe - j e.iblio weal. Toe construction of a market building :i a tr.tie premnture at this time. Our lise products are at present so -very cesjre that one cm market rhm under tn umbrella. When the braad acres of tillable la...

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. — 4 December 1886

Urn mi atv i iiv. s? mm 2t 3? 1 T ill m m 1 i WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4. 1886 a - t I ; Mr. J. D. Perryer, one of the owners of the famous Home Again mine at Harsbaw, is in the city. Q. B, Bradahaw and Mrs, Frankie Stamp were married in Tombstone last Sunday evening. The Narrow Gauge people are eminen tly satisfied with their Gila county ar rangements. J. Ci. Goodman has erected his huge wtb tint in front of his new place of business. Sir R&rlo&da more of ties have ar rived for use on the Narrow Gauge rail road. The Tombstone says: The new bank about to be started in Denver will be owned and controlled by Lionel M. Jacobs and Albert Springer, On Sunday next at one o'olock there will be a game of base ball on Military Plum between L. Z. & Oo.'s nine and the Nimble Feet, for 10 a side. John Hart and Ben Heney each gob bled a turkey at the last snooting matcn, Ben iihot so well he also got away with a whole roost of chickens, The official count in the territory c...

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 December 1886

EKKLY ClTIZES. s . I MP DECEMBER -i, 1SSG. I - tr r;J - - ; ii" ' w, - 0 - ' 1 ' r r "i t : a'.: .' t--'- ! t t ' , (Hill i:I.TOM.Mi:SllATIO : Dual report to tue Secretary lat- rs ft Governor Zaliok bas m . ir. number of very important , l&t'ons whioli ore endorsed i'd citizen of Arizonn, and it t be Lope J tbtt somo weight ,"t! .'bed to tbem by Congress, . .r-- adopted to carry tbera ont After reciting the reporti -s i reference to tbo adaptability , vt the il of Arizona when lifted, tbe report i-nys: ab ne fucts I invite the ntten , ivpnrtmcnt, in order to dera- ue importance of lrnsution- to Jtvelopment of tbis Tern ,1 urge ujton OoDKre? tbe , f i- a liberal appropriation for . 1 -urvev with b view to L . later by fctorao reset voirs in t . n shed, mid to test tbe -t. s;n wells for that pnrpese ti- t i. : . . rrro-cnt conditioup, of tbo 72,- .r.s of laud in Arizonn tbere t the ef ock-rnirer not more i t 1 1 1 yf acre.-, ami t tbo farm- . not aire tban, .lucres. Tbe extended v...

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 December 1886

. I WEKKLY citizen. MM mm mm SATUKOAr. DECEMBER 4 18SG LOCAL NEWS. Mnjor Noyes ot the Fourth Cavalry, ia now commandant at Fort Lowell. County Clerk M S. Snyder i in the city, preparing to file his official bond. The Mormons want to ell their Utah possesion, and go to Mexico to colonize. Hon. Cbas. R Drake has rf turned home atier a business trip of a week xbroURh the adjacent countiea. Mr. B. A. Stephens, formerly of this oity an J at one tim9 a reporter on the Citizes, i cow editor of the Pomona, California, Progress, The Uuivjrsity regents to-day elected Dr. J. C. Handy ita chancellor, who is, ei-officio president of the board ot re. S nt. Tne b -ard went out this after noon to examine the proposed site for the University. Supervisor R U. Richardson has gone to his home at Franklin, Pennsylvania, having b?en udv ced by telegram of the dangerous illneea of his mother. Mr. J. B. McOrorey, the assayer sd metnllnrtfist, wil leave iu a few days for New Mexico, where he has accepted a ...

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 December 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. . wi. U pECEMBEh 11, 1SSC 7s a sit - -; A. " J" i z. ' A I '- 3 r' !7 r thiUJBBusoi people in ui ..s.eru nod northern state. . ssffi of the respiratory or find permanent relief cmitite of Arizoun dtd ,.f ts wonderful efficacy. jiaj b may meet their eye this subject, but the - nie.iger nud indefinite jf.cc warded as n floating ,. Tif.i'uwry enthusiast. A j .,. c .inmumcations to the t! journals of tho country, -. .i ,.:.d ref-ponsible medical 3 ... -. -c would brine the subject at t ! . "V011 tut' I,rPer iever9 . , tL.i covorneat. The honorable ,S.V. i j' o.cian is alwajs watchful of "i ? bis patrons, and has their .in. -.nJitioa in view, notwith . . !, -lots and jocular sllusionB .. .. tT . i ltr.f Riid Ueariiefnet-s ue r :.snidst his abuvJaut cares k3 : J to scan the current reports of the r f.-ion. t.nd it is nature) for him fc. jr:r due CDnsideration ' experi esv of hia professional bret.ireu whose wr-it-itum nnd standing are pledged f r the truthfulness o...

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 December 1886

I Weekly citizen. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 11. 188C LOCAL NEWS. 8l hffitt SMS rent rag p fi if 1 mm 15 kalis . II i f I Mr. H. J, Sower, the Mammoth mer chant, is in the city on business. Sheriff Shaw has gone to Phsnix as n Vitnoss. Judge Barnes has gone to Phenix to bold court while Judge Porter occupies the bench in Prescott. Tim mnmlif. of the Commercial club will have an informal hop on Thursday uieht. Mr. E. B. Giflbrd is making many sub- Btantial improvements about ins rear dence on church street. Mr Howard Flvnn. the baejratre mas ier at the depot, will isaist Buff behind the St Louis Exchange bar after to-day Mr. H. Jones, of Harshaw, h been In the city for several days. Ho will leave for home to-morrow. He looks for brighter times very soon, in that place. Tim are minora of still another re duction works company for Tucson, th r nroceea that treats all kinds nd classes of ore very cheaply and efficiently. Mr "It "R. Hambleton. who shot D, M, T nlhnr at Nn palfii. lait Tuesday, h...

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 December 1886

weekly Citizen. SATrBUAY. DECEiLBER ll. 1SS6. Tnr.EE now exists a splendid oppor ,r,tv for oar reople to nccomplisli ,st aiuoant ot public good if th'j- vce to go about it in tbo proper ,r Bnd spinu in ooaTcrssuon jesiaeats of several of tbe larger .., m cities mat nnve tarnea lor a ,.v ;n c.nr city, we learn of conniilera bl;LW concerning tbe safety and &Jnst,,lty Arizonft investment-. 1 it a proper and conservative Btate . i .1:1! , , jjf-t f BCinsi cuuuiiiub 01 jocbi njtters snJ opportunities can be placed v-"elhnn, taere are pieniy 01 capital . (e r.gly to invest. One of tbo best otho3 it disseminating tbis knowl- - ;u t m our treatmeni 01 represent tiWSn wbo are looking for invest- EtP. that upon their return bome 1 1 re; prts may be spread among i" . 1 :.. 1 ihe.r ir.enas " -"i- .1 cc(d concerning our territory. rtvof eastern gentlemen representing ,Btc"e cajitslifts were recently in Tuc- n .,- thJ purpose 01 examining certain 1 ropertiej. and if tbeir opinion ul vut v t,P...

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 December 1886

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11. 188G LOCAL NEWS. Bnehtnan k Hartwell tnko photo graphs equal to the best in the world. Mr. C. R. Wores is making many sub stantial improvements in and about his assay office. Mr. Wm, H. Macdonnld, of Philadel phia, is visiting Tucson to enjoy its sa lubriouscl imate. He may remain here during the winter. Mine owners who intend to do their hundred dollars assessment work with a new location notioe oan find blanks at this office at 25 cents per dozen. A lady's small-hand satohel was found, in Masonic ball, after the Thanksgiving bilL The owner will find it at the Sad dle Rock oyster house. Mr. T. H.KnottB,ot Council Bluffs, Iowa, is in the city. He has mining in terest in Anions and is now looking after them. Mr. V. F. Schumacher says his Union Market is flourishing beyond his best an ticipations, and he is doing a rushing business. His packing department is very actire and hundreds of hogs are slaughtered each week. A vioions doc on north Court ...

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 December 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. MH..XYI. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY DEC. 1H.188G. SO. WEEKLY CITIZEN. ".AIUKLUY. DECEMBER IS. 1SS6. AUIt'A' MtW Kit A. I -..a the Dealer Tribune.l tii the removal of the war-like I1 ot that tenitory began. AI (hlvk the raids of the savages extend ij'Tay -wr Prt of tho terntor the - an " 'A6' upon immigration wn 'e't i' v'r-v part" Esstern pMpl6 ,n nWl ftBet?s lJ:a not stop to tbinbot the locality infested by the Apaohes. ill ibe rocogni;ed was that the In-j.'s-s were in Arizona, and therefore tvwefui! M think of going to Ari. rcs. Bat this has chanced. Heuce- ortlt w may to hear of a Rrent ae tneat of the mineral and other ttscnteea of the territory. Railway -ei hieh. altbomb building, have iTtrsptel little notice, mil soon receive "p-iblie attention. Ariona has now two cief lines ot railway, ana it is in eon cectua with these that til other lines oust b coueidend. They aro the Nmthera Pacific, extending from Cali fornia t3 into New Mexi...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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