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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 11 September 1881

SEFf. 11, 1S81 Jbcm intelligence. v:mtii mine a; Bisbeehas b( -i r ;':t,'M, and tl money paid. ' -. Jvtaa NErGisf h-i reoeivtfd '1 ' iraiurance on tit--! fe f the late lire Xeugass. lour Ills pot sn-tant "- .is-!gncti . iti !ore bas resigned 'cm, and Capt. m Ms stead. M V.-r; ',. I'. S. .M ft won, Acting A. Army, -has been amp on Walnut fur. '!i.'i'-it,up EptapU states that lnit-d Sr.. t m District Att im; Poiuroy h.t rtvdj." .!. Mr. Poiaro state", tltat J-e lifts- jet r.-"iiinicd. bti: uvi do so r.t ;ai early da v. The Cn. tt lephoiie v ing in Tut ' for advent bf thankr.i portanc' thr At tb i " Atlpntie Hi. Prcseoif, o 1 mg perst.: C.tvannuv I lars, I .1. Pat Drew ; i A COM3 i in (ilobe. v. ! A dims i' -. -.n Sw nl .th ! f. office is in o injection by the h't ni now operate- . and Mill receive orders i.t or j b wn-k, and will - news item" of an ira- ,'h tltat cJiannel. .'. --.on in the tuuncl on the . 1 l'acifie Il&ilr. mj above :..c 2'ith nltim'i, the follow- . . re instantly ...

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 1881

ARIZONA CITIZEN. i. XI. TUCSON, PDIA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER Is, 1881. NO. ?. OFFICE-: XX2K1 ' -aAekaawn P . 1 oimi Card. ; i.i. i .i irra CAMPBELL CAMP AMD tXJXTEST ad mm or ABod aad hO1 ;.Y i- TJSANTUmT t-lw. v: vwWM6, Tomb. V auosfr 0 j A MIS 3IGOOAK, MSGfOS SHEET, XOM nftlis. . that. Aaar Wan On. It POMBOY, roc: ; METES AND PENTttMO- -.in. IJGHTHIZER, i orsan u-at-Law. lit', ohkt. mctsk - MmA-h Lane. Tueaon, A. T. itr- AM J. OSBOBX, . v.tae Pcbuo AJO Co- SCJ5 GlYESi W OBTAIN- - inintBc and prs-aBpaan ' to land rader tfao ilwert . wa. OflSrw north aide af () ZABBISJOE, ' iirxsn tinM T-Iw. No- . .Its PcbucI : VLB STBEET, OPPOSITE I'ucsan, Atbona. MOKE It. STILES, Cccssum-at-Law. TOH STBEET. TUCSON. (1 N HAYXES, . T AXB NOTAKT PCBUC i bit STBEET, NEAR 0ON- P. TOPUFF, . ' ASD COJTVKTJjrc. OF DEEDS FOR CALI- Penmrlvanja, New Meson : Conareu nmtt. oppuette L4; store. t'HELLSOS, .ni nmn ass TJ. S. ITEKAL SUMKIUK, V. LANDS. MIXES. KOADri. . Site, e- annexed, and n 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. — 18 September 1881

memo an sunxREas. The editor of this paper iB a native of Michigan i.nd sympathizes deeply with those who have recently been deprived of homes and property and plunged into absolute -want by the recent forest fires in the eastern part of that State, and would be glad to co-operate -with formerresidents of the rcninsula State and any others in contributing to their relief. If there are any such in the city or Territory calling upon or addressing th.e,'"nndersi(rned will secure united ac¬ tion. J. A. AYnroionE, Citizen Office, Tucson, A. T. STREET IMPROVEMENTS. VTe understand that there is a dispo¬ sition on the part of some of the tax¬ payers residing or owning property in remote parts of the city to oppose the proposition now before the people to improve the streets in the central por¬ tion of the city, because the wholo prop¬ erty of the city is to be taxed for that purpose, claiming that only that portion of the city directly benefited should be taxed. This looks to us like a narr...

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 1881

ffTEKLV,' CITIZEN. . SEPT. IS, 1SS1 ' ' .. Verchant'ft liiokAiiK?, i tho v- Tl, J,it of H" Cmitrji in rn , sat "V0, jijuir ami Wc. Uj can always VV. l ' ' t. sTOi R MAKKLTS. Nl;w York, Scitoler i niotwr ' fiXTerametits , MuMCtl Cwk IB IS V lTawW i J " . ,si, l.lVwiSCj - ill s I . I hH-.. 44i,". l'fccifc. -, O. P. oonoV. - Satre K Maripew.- - 13, ... ll'S ..111V - . 1U t.-t is FkvsiWO, September 1 frrT l':-, Opoir... Naa M, Het rVBelefcrr..... 1." BeUo .1' linlw "j mItwKuic. ; Uh - ( 'town l'n! 1 Narajo ... w ...3 ...11 15 .W . Six K - til.: fiTHFIt OBSERVATIONS. :,s",fr lX Trcso. StHemborlS. , Wind. DirrcYli 4 - a aiSE .,7, r, I 4 r " f wind mule!.. .... S US 7 Local Intelligence. fmm Finn! City. " '-'ti ' F:eilo, Colorado, for reduc- t ... i'..mnv nxe snnnlv- ,'. t-':- .ust. mere repilarly trifli . .J ,-. miUiulaciureti , u ? Il lint " saistant Sur r ,. St.ites Arrov, has been or- , t -,-f-d from imue, IU Vi" t '"'-' l'ret4. Arizona, to Personal 3tciitIon. David 1L Rac is in Irom H...

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 1881

3PT. IS, 1SS1 Local lntcliisciice. Tiiv postoffice of Queen, Pinal countr. I -? been discontinued. "nxfirmof D. Felix & CoTlias been solved, Mr. D. Felix retiring. T- is reliably reported that voty rich p,aecr mines have recentlv been discov- V WW011 tributar'to Bear nppor itran.l Central mill shipped nine bars r .mllion from Contention CSty on Sua- J . nnd Contention mill skipped nix - nE county jail has its accommoda- t .s severely taxed to meet the demand :n it That institution is steadilv ing in popular favor. P .... T? 1 TT . ...... .. iiurtta nouse at wiucox is a v. ry excellent and well kept hotoL Th r opnetor makes his guests feel ooib- .aaoie ana sow u hrst-class table. Mrs. Jessie Fremont Forris, a niece uf General John C. Fremont, made her "-nit. as an aetre at Jloehester Inst v -ek, rith the intention of remaining or the stage. Axt person having from 330,000 to SIO.OOO to loan on Xo. 1 security, will find an opportunity for a safe invest¬ ment by consulting the adver...

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 1881

9 m T WEEKLY ARIZONA VOL XI Weekly Citizen. THE OFFICE : 3ii casrtts in 101 1 103 Cfeirdi Sis hH J. A. VTHlTMlWr. II BOWS i WHITAIOBE, I'ulilieher? Md Proprietiir-. PRESIDENT IS DEAD. Kiln 5 ' nua : mi i - , . . .mo nation nas slowly boon nronnrcd Flto read that dread sentence, Tho Presi dcnt is dead," but iu spito of tbe lone tgweeks ot anxious waiting the dayB and hours of alternate Lope and fear, and; rjjiuo tew last days of almost hopeless-. - - ,, ... . V , it ians nice lead upon tbe Learil A ,t-niK ate t I MIS - COClS4.lUfcK-AT-I.AW. ,.,"n, i s (OBNKR CXKV AND CONAT-YTj I r Jui-wn. ami oorner oi Alien am: j . T.'.l lfcH". t MEI TENT. O. O. TRANTra. " o MELVENY TRANTUM, AT-IiAW, TOMBSTONE. a nW With tifirfieTd's men At 41. A Kflrst dcmonBtration of tbesc bullies h K-uirani? ore their followers Lad time to come to their aid. At the foot nf Mnnnif Monndoc, in New Hampshire, lived Air. Uallon, wLo Lad two dautrLtersi Eliza and Lor sister. TLey were Lighly icnugwed intellectually, ...

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 1881

lh,Y vJlTlZEN. SUNDAY. THTANTS SCARE. SEPT. 23, ISSlI PKOCLAIJATION. To Tnr. raorLE or Arizoxa Term- tout A great calamity lias befallen tin nation. The President, Jamca A. Gar- Held, has succumbed to the work of tin wicked assassin, r.nd is now nnraberet: . : 1 1. xt. T rvrt . i . . . . wim uio ucno. Alio wuoie land is tw deepest monnuntr, and the ieonlc of on: Bister States and Territories arc loyally aomg nonor to me inemorv ot tne mm tnons and lamented statesman. oxv, therefore, I, John J. Gosper, Acting i.iOTernor of. Uie Territory of An zona, do hereby recommend that Jlon day, September 26, a. d. 1881, the dav set by the authorities of the General Government for tho fnnoral of the d ceased President, bo suitably observed by our people, that they close theii places of business, and with such pro- That is what in the light of recent de-1 ivclopmonta and Tiffany's own report the po-called Indian outbreak mav be termt Advices from the Indian countrv stat that the troops havo not y...

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 1881

. , f TTT 7T?"V K renonil Mention. Mayor JoLn P. Cluin of Tombstone i V - -.-rr ' - -in the citv. sbpt. as, i&sil ffrArHrBjlWERVATIOSS. Major J. II. Turner of Harshaw. is ii tlie city attending court. Walter Jones, Esq.. of Globo has been ommissioned a notary public Postmaster Spence and wife have re¬ fit - rr 4; iBM iwiu ...rXWa 1 Itiiixed to Globe from San Francisco. "lJr. : 1 A. 1$. - -3 3. WinJ. DirlV4ne J!" WeatliwR Hear 01ir Itoss, of Globe, bail been eon- tined to niH room through sickness. Miss Louisa Scherrer Las returned to! I'henix from a visit to California. Mrs. Geo. W. Curtis, of Phenix, lias' returned irom a visit to uolifornia. Tts Work of Grading Temporarily Stopped -Tin! Causa and ProbaWo Kasult-Engineer Mor-j isyt Opinion. Mr. W. It. Morloy, Chief Enguiecr of the Sonorn Railway, afrrvod in Tucson Inst night from Magdalena. At a dis-! tnncc of forty miles north of Hpraiosillc the work of grading has been suspended by order of the Mexican Government1 pending the...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 25 September 1881

:r T i WEEKLY ClTfeEN. XDAY, EPT. 1SS1 Local Intelligence. A coRUEsrovn-nvr imtM ilint town of Lordsburg is improving rapidh V liter bas been strni-1- in tlio minna tii buildings aro rapidly increasing in num¬ bers. the, v r The public schools of tbis citv trill not lo re-opcr-ed until next Monday. rc-Wly from Tonto Basin to Globe. uaiumg cioseu oui oi respect to tucjH memory of tbo lato President, whose! iunerai win lane piaco m the meantime. uy order of the Uoard of Trustees. fol- Pnstou vs. Lord. Mr. W. Y. "Williams received tbe lowing dispatch from New York; " Completely successful in Poston case. Judgments set aside, probably whol proceedings. C. II. Lord." Personal Sentioc. Frank Fitch is in Globe. th.1inf ourt. 1 I Mrs. W. a Sraitli, of Florawe.i M0UKX1XG. iug Tucson. Wm. Gnives, Esq.. late of Sun Fran. Cisco, lias located at Globe. Airs. D. C. II on it line ithi ut Knnl r rancittco irom rjorencc vHH . . .... 1. Jt .li. iilVntlf VJ "Wjlobe, is IwviDg the ague. Superintendent ...

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 1881

EKLv 7 CIT VOL. XI. TUCSON PIMA COILVTY", ARIZONA TERRITORY, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1881. NO. WEEKLY CITIZEN. OFFICE : .i ttlfTCBlla 191 i IK BKOWX & WIIITMOUB. I'llMlMierSS' In Slomnriain. rom Tmattm. Kly quoted in fitrfield' speech on Ianeeni. $ so IB r,;icsional Curds. .mc-- "....I r ri-ii-mirr.T. ; i. 1 !! mrtab) ( w. MMi. It- HII, . vr, rviracTjjoca-k&T-LiA.nF. . ttil.Ni.lt CAMP AJH CQKVHNT and corner of Aftwi and ir. MO YE WICKS, ,,cr-l.w avd Notabv Fmuc. Tocbok, ASJ2USA. itnjamix morgan, ... ..-r r"w-VKmoe-AT-LiAr. V,; M -. l -.'-on- atom. ., r,,V r. FAIH-HT. tablet trasnror, t , , u:KU MEVEK AXD TKNN1KO () -,., 6i.-.--t. Tiiwn. Arizona. II. B. LIGHT HIZER, . vr ivn roraEIXO-AT-LAW. .7,','-." WiiLlC. OrFHE. J1BYRK ...,n!iof Maiden Lane.TucMm, A. ' a- . s-erialty. WILLIAM J. OSBORN, . 7-Ltw. NoTtBY ITBUO ASP COS- rv r! CsSlSTANCE GIVEN IX OBTAIN- V" . i - for mininr and prnstej " ...i- I I in ! iti 1 1 itnrinrt '-".Ti'nre lun. Office Dortb aide meson, uw A. 11! 1.1 k.E. - ...

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 1881

5 . s. f I. K I Y I il l l .w l - - i i .i 1 1 1 1 . NDAY, OCT. 2, 1881 ONWARD MARCH. AGEKT TUT ANT. The CrnzKS has always held that Tuc¬ son was destined to become the great commercial center of the southwest, and wo heartily endoreo an article in a morn¬ ing cotemporary which calls the atten¬ tion of our citizens to the great necessty of a more liberal expenditure of money in public improvements in Tucson. Hitherto, the citizens of Tucson have not taken that broad and comprehensive ' view in the advancement of our material interests that the situation called for. But it is gratifying to note the change which has taken place within the past year. A little more than a year ago, the CrnzEK, through its local columns tried to impress upon property holders the necessity of building sidewalks, but the suggestions were not favorably received at the time, but a number of those who opposed the construction of sidewalks then have, during the past few months, built sidewalks, and are now str...

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 1881

lyrcrcgLY Citizen, ikday. - - OCT. i 1SS1 nEiTHKB onsntVATioxs. T IT.ri's Orncr. Trews. Octolw l. f . t i tl .... (44 I : Wind. &S8K USE NW ireeVeloei 5 4 I Wenth-r Clear Clear !r:ni-rture. ..15 IiH' ,1. U MTOIVKT ID SETnOIBER, 1-..1, ,r...er..:. . K.r,.metT. B ' 5 " , ...ratlin-. Mt on the S.1 ,.-mre. M en the-. ' ... . , iMmiMmtHre.' St. , mnjti- f kwnwita". 4 .en the 1st. 31 oe tW lil. Mi5 ' .U. j-int. IV , rwir.K SE. r. -t ' M . . t 1 . - XT '.m-iT ana nredH.fi til itimi, it .ir. ,' , .iT day. 3. ,.' fur days. 3. . '. :ily day. I- Local Intelligence. . .vi. Centkai- mfll ttbipped eight V . ii .... .. OTtl. .il.n nn-l iikuu.u ...v. . ... . ...... - 1 art .-n the 2Sth. U-i vcaJiary fire in Presoott on AVed- ,i " a .mine destroyed the new ! h use of Amos Adann. It was 'IfcTSWHl TiE"T-..U tbe exertions of the post- . r in this city, the ninil service to . M. Eighth from Will- s tree- , m t t ,t .'. L Bailey, K. 0. . ... - v.r lveon ordered si f-'"F"rt Wingate, New Mexico, on 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. — 2 October 1881

ekly Citizen. iXT A. Local Intelligence. rT?iContHi!ion um "topped si bare or bullion on Saturday. A man wind prevailed about noon to¬ day, wlucb seat the dust wfairhnrr tarougb every crevice into building and made plestrianiNu very unpleis- INVITATIONS KarA W. vuJ i for the wedding of Mr. X. Y. Bernard, ot Anvaca, and Miss Anna Price at AVestport, Mo, on Friday evening, Sen. rrf tender tneirheartv eon gratnlations. Pediio Agctrre has sent 300 bead of fat youn cattle to the Son Carlos Acen- i- lmnKe """y mil hare such soothinc effect npon the savages that they will never venture to leac the res¬ ervation again. The quartette which furnished the ex cellent rausic at the obsequies on Mon¬ day was comiused of Messrs. W. 1$. Hopkins, "Win. O. Joyner, F. O. Jovner and James A. Joyner. This quartette will also sinp each night of the Festival at the M. E. Chapel The programmes of the funeral ob¬ servances that were gratuitously dis- irihuted on the streets Monday, were printed at the Journ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 2 October 1881

WEEKLY ARIZONA CITIZEN MEMORIAL STJTJl.E3VCEIsrT Weekly Citizen. OFFICE: J. A. WHITMOBK. BOffS WIIITMOKE. tcbsm: iTfr,iiiC rate ....110 00 1 00 25 known on application. Lamenting tlie Bead. A Nation in Tears. The Last Sad Rites field and Abraham Lincoln, executed by Mr. W. R. Freeman, appropriately draped on each side ot the chairman. The stand was occupied by the officers and Fpeakcrs of the occasion, with a table provided for tho reporters ot tho presi The plaza -was not only crowded with the temporary resting place of one illns- trious in Masonic history, is an emblem of pur enduring faith in the immor¬ tality of tho soul. By it we are re¬ minded that we have an imperish- able part within us, which shall survive the grave, and which will never, never die. By it we are admonished that, lilunni.l.mll.i. nn .l.nll ,-,... l. people, but the streets surrounding it j clothed in the habiliments of deatb, and wore also filled, and the housetops adja- j be deposited in the silent tomb; ye...

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 1881

WEEKLY CITIZEN VOL XI. TUCSON PIMA (COUNTY, ARIZONA TEIiRITORY, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1881. NO. 3 weekly Citizen. OFFICE : t IS' UK 00" 1'..!.!' j. a. vamwuL A WHITMOKi:, iivrf ana l'los-esetoi". TCBX8 : ixM'-' i ;,(-.'- Si IV . t w . 1 lL mitdo laOKa amtlwatiea. ir.,jcsioiuii Cards. nrl I. J ( 1". ..HESS- i- W. BABSX. P. M.MHTH. smith. CAMPJHIL.U ROBINSON, . l od corner of Altai and MOTE WICKS, k. I w -.i-d Notabt ftauft Toeax, l ij-1- aboova. , . . ',c?iMaxo-it-Law. " .i-iYiv k-tk.--.-t vkah l' 1 J , 1 - v--' " - I)' rui-wn. Aruonm. H. r. TABIXT, DM. Ally Piatt Ob. 0 AtT. FARLEY & POMHOY, lrr ' Mifvl-K vn PEXNING- ' T...-n Anaona. Ar H. 1?. LIGHTHIZER, Ml D l'00-SBIXO-tT-LAW. 11 IsLir. OFFICE. MHVKli f Maiden Lane, i-aesan, a. . ;,: . i--mlt-r. WILLIAM J. OSBORN, v., , ll NoTAKT I'TOUC AM) COS- tTTdSCBK. it tvJISTAXCK OIVEN IX OBTA1N- j. -, ti-le to land unow the tl , :. . -,. hw. Office north hi f ,r .kir B. K. BKMCrOfil). HFHEFOHD A- ZABRISKIE, . T . , T VUIKS PCBUC. ,.iiin nit...

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. — 9 October 1881

Weekly Citizen. SUNDAY, OCT. 9, 1S81 TOADTOfQ TO THE MHJTABY. There is a disposition upon tlie part ot some men, and some newspapers, to bow to shoulder straps, and praise and court tho military. The Citizen- is willing, when deserved. to give the fnll meed ol praise to brave officers and bravo men. It regards tho military as a necessary eviL A stand¬ ing army is an anemally in a republic, its theories and its practices are all at variance witb those of civil life. The trade of the soldier is blood. Human lives and human blood pass current witb them as means to win glory and promo¬ tion tho same as money does in civil life. "We know that in civil life men are actuated by selfish purposes and greed for gain. That to secure these ends and build collosal fortunes they are often not over scrupulous as to the ends they employ. We know of and recognize no super ior cast in the military officer. He is actuated by no purer motives and is not more scrupulous than the averago bust ness man, 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. — 9 October 1881

CITIZEN. " rtM-Bman.... " tjiiKernxm flliWUlrOI ""iaa Simon- ""it'-lMT&bnn.. "4S8 7De"ini ' s Kaasaa VUJ- . . M . . 13 . 1 . W .118 ,;, mil; VaJtMO. B mile n. -Mi vwilffsL. TopetaA XI -MS T STaO. MVb. '.at- : "arK Friday. - ndv7 id Saturday.... ... II .... . .. O .. l Vltnr. 80001. Mrucdsleiia.-.. nuea. ISO I I III . ... I Kropwf Kn- uV.miit'ni!"0.... I llnine- Hatch 3 sUaftHaw Si1 i iscisco, October 7. ..its -. IV i Ilest V,r.:-. -- Ifrown Po"' BelrUer , Cuh Be'le '? Bullion , Hilrer Kiu. . . 1 if!! EE . BSEBTXT10SS. .- rvsiT.l it.8ETicC.8.aMf. . Toosok. October 7. f ..ntare -rare..:. of wind naJr .. J. I!. Salpoixte is hating a . t -.l to his residence and . Irieed in front. rl, , are"soon to be issued tor ,', ' ' to take place at Levin's "' v.-i T of the 15th instant. . jon it OTcr and the ap their freezer Mil' swallows return. f Stevens A WoK, haa East, and viQ be f4- stoefc or hardware, JTsrsoml Mention. A. E. Cooko Las sold bis Phenix resi¬ dence to Mr. E. Ganz. Mr. N. K. ...

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 1881

Weekly CrrjfeN. 1 r SUSDAY, OCT. , 1SS1 I,' Local Intelligence. J rpGn SriLWEM. will open Oonit at Pinal next McediT. Gurrox contributes $5 towards the Garfield monument fund. Haiisy Waicd is officiating as Olerk to tho Board, of Supervisors. Tnn ground is being cleared tor the erection of tbo new Court House The pay-cur die tribute! about $50,- 003 among tits railroad emptores in Tucson. GOT. GogPEX anthorid Tint- CI H Onry to have a company of volunteer miiiua. organised in -lTiceoii. LrxcTEKAVT J. MrE. JItde 1ms been relieved by Lieutenant Wallace Mott as Acting Quartermaster at Yuma depot. Messes. Lewis Bbothxb bare dosed their boot and nboe boose in this city. Tbo goods not Bold at auction were shipped bock to California. It is reported from Banaon, that the Indians can be seen in the mountains from that place with the aid of a spy¬ glass. All tbe jurors hare bean excused for the term, except those in the ease of tbe Calabstsas L.&. M. Co. m P. K. Tally et aL A XiOTAi and p...

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 1881

7 EEKLY ARIZONA CITIZEN voi XI. TUCSON PDL COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1G, 1881. WEEKLY CITIZEN, OFFICE : aipta a. HI A lflJ as. .a.x WHITXOKK. r'-.Vv'.; mi . t at . i a r, ,f, -$tona Card. CAMPBELL l"V, t MiTir. 1 u'u ROBTKSOX. CocxsalW-s-AttiLAW. 0. f ft: in- r OKN-KR TAMP AXD OUSWaWT Tuwn. cM earner MOYE WICKS, r i xsd Not ast Pcbuc Ttcsotf, ABU05A. V Mi i:CXJASIIS MORGAN. vet tXD ( orjrai3JAjn--L vr. ! o pi-SSKOlOXSnUBET. NEAR '. - 1 uixn. Arixfna. . H. p. FASiar. Dint. Atty TUB Ccv 0 - I ,111.1 It. i ttlT. FARLEY Jfc POMROY, A" I Fit 1 !.ir. rf" H. 15. LIGIITHIZER, im-Bicr sd Cocmslmimt-Law. 1'LBIjr. OFFiqtMETJ V 1 ti. titi "f Maideu lane. Tneaoa. A. T. mni. -If"1 lit- WILLIAM J. OSBORN, -i.-.lAW. XoTlT 1VBLIC A UW- f..r itiinmr md ...t tA lawl mderthe M-ttnre kin. Ooe north aide ex TT1CPOU.AI 0 HEKEFOKD X- ZABRISKIE, I W!mUHH'"',i, w TABUS Pontic . .BMnww nimrdnw IPT, I .l JlIAfcl. 9IH1.I, vra ruoiu, icL Tucson. Ariaona. JAMES F. TOPL1FF, .1.1 PlTlLlC AT COSVETA...

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 1881

Weekly 0.r. 16, 1881 x onuses cjxx. Itwold teem that with the Bati.ro ereeltT the Apache, the incompetency el Indian agenU and the general bad nceaeni by the military, Arixon k pretty strong case to present to Concreae ana ask for a chance. Old residents assure us that from time Isunemorial scenes like those through which we hare jnt passed, and are at present passing, have been of frequent occorrence All the points of which we uomplain hsTe existed, and -rill continue to exist as long as the Indian remains in the Territory. And that it is useless to aake any fuss about it Vtt are not of that clasa who believe hat it is good policy to sit down su¬ pinely under any abuse and content our- aalves with saying "it alwoyr has been, and therefore it always will be." The Jogic of events disproves that. The way to correct abuses is to open them up, let them see dsylight The spirit of submission would soon produce a race of slaves. The inhibit- cats of this Territory have now become Btnssrous...

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