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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 26 February 1887

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY, 2G. 1687 LOCAL NEWS. Col. Jerome has gone to Gaaymas on KOTernment buslne s, A big carnival is beinn held in Gnay mas. The Commercial Clab masquerade will take place to-nicht. . . Judge 1). II. Wallace, ot Fhenix. is now in the city, on business before the laud office. That splendid Chicago beer on draught at the Hint takes the lead. It is a splendid beverage. Miss Ella Warren, daushter of Mr end Mrs. O. H. Warren, i9 reported t dangerously ill. The Bind of Holiness, in a letter to the 1'ftcini Herald of Holmes?, gave Saai Dracbman'e cigars a good putt Everybody puffs them, It ii currently reported that Mr. Sa bino Otero is about to take unto himself a wife, and that Mr. Bernabe Kobleu will fallow suit. They exhibit goou sense, .Tndffp Barnes and Mr. J. H. Martin Iuta tinrnhaed the very elieible rest anna nrnnflrlv lit the Corner o! otOUO .venue null Alameda street. Dr. S. F. Gladwin has returned from quite a long absence and now purposes directly...

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. — 26 February 1887

WEEKLY CITIZEN. s yiTKDAY FBItUARY2g. 1SS7. TaK Prcsaott correspondents of 6ev- -, Tt:ntorjBi newspapers, severely - -e t new sobool law now boforo .filature- Tho cbief poicts of .i.,ni, in tbn tight it Rives to the . - : lJjsrd of Education to -vrtf tl:t text books; mnking it e (ir el o il trustees nol to proso- It"-' of the compulsory ntten- j: t:-ioc; uttGcbinc a heavy pen- . u 1 it ra'ctip wu" tun iu teuu lueir - t,. fchool; cutting of! nil emolu- j 'the county eiiperintendent of ?eI-ep!mi; a small fee for trnrel-I'-ti'tn ' incurred in visiting schools. Tim rnvTifAfvn . 11 u 1 7, . , . culOTOi ot all tbo Ter J"aCee, una He brands them macula anu na etaadins in ns with tho land f run ilc Tl,r.-..,.,.ii - -- rmtnjrs too unanimously for his penca of tnin.i ., .!..- r , . "t I J . . " -"'"eioro uo improperly iun0f,P(ll, " cmerou nto tbia i7t!l dnof Kh Ho la eTen contetmiUH,.,. ruary. A. D. 1RS7 .. ... ' in wuiiuji; aii, , J ut-nvetjn me of .SupmUor. .ml roail Co in p j or. lias cont...

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. — 26 February 1887

- , . - . ... , " -r t - ' 7" " ! .Z r3zzz r fill 1T7 Ma i.r l?tl 3$ sag f f 1 . ' f T WEKKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY. F MRU ART, 26, 18S7 LOCAL NEWS. The new A. O. U. W. paper in Denver will be issued ou March 1st. The Hint is now raekine a epecialty ot Obieaco beer on draught. It is a splendid beverage. A reeeat paper carnival in Tomb stone netted 312L This is considered a big sum for the nnus. Oept. (Juliaban's retirement promotes Seeond Lieutenant A. L. Dean to be First Lieutenant of Troop A, 4th Oavnlry, now stationed at Fort Lowell. Sefior Adolfo Yasquez, ot this city, it is rumored, intends taking nnto himself a better bfdf from nmong the pretty teAoriias ot Altar, Sonora. Mine owners are preparing to engage in a more active work of development of their propertit, in a hope ot both discovering high grade shipping ore and potting their claims m a condition to sell. Mr. William Owens died at his ranch near CalftbtiMis on February 15th, from the effects of a pistol snot wound re ceive...

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. — 5 March 1887

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. "i .u YVfl Vi:kkly Citizen. SAlTBDAY. MARCH. 5, 16S7 s amendment has been tacked on iv , game law bill before the legisla tn'' exempting quBil from its restrio j.Ti? cation. Ibis was done, it is - k the solicitation of tbo ranchmen tie Salt and Gila rivets, where n ;s"--ie of Rnmo abounds in snob r' , that they nro considered Tr t roe. We do not think tbo exnmt,)- , 5, wse one, nor the reasons given (, worthy of consideration. With kji-li-'I? population in these valleys !.(. :irJs will very noon become j. rr, i init and unless protected by : us laws they will speedily become rtrt v exterminated. In no other t.te t Territory are they exempted fr a tua provisions of the restrictive live, an 1 they are not cosidered sufli clly destructive to b regarded with d-ifavor. On the contrary, during tbo i season tbey are one of the chief delights of tbe true sports man and a very hichly appreciated delicacy for the table. They maybe abundant in some favored sections of A...

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. — 5 March 1887

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATCKUAT. MAROH, 5. 1887 .LOCAL SEWS. Mr R L. Long arrived from 1'hemx here on business matters. M Frank Lsumeister, who knows Arizona like an open bock h been visiting hxa host of friends in this city for the past several days. Bix barrels of choice Kentucky whisky havfjnft arrived for OoLDnrr. and more 5 on the road. He is aleo expecting a big lot of Kansas City bacon and hams, Mr E. O. Stratton is in from the Santa CaUhnas. He knows something of that "ported big gold strike and whit he hnows is to the effect that the big strike was never made. Mr. Joe Ferrm has closed his store nt the corner of Meyer and Mesil la streets and will shortly open a tailor shop. Be is known to be a first-class tailor, and "ill doubtieis do a very good Lusiness. The News says the SoRalea smelter ahipped one hundred and twenty-live tons of bnllion during f brnnrj. A A smelter is a pretty good thing to have. Ah, Tucson? Mr. T. 0. Kusscll has six sacks of ore from his rich strike id theTon...

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. — 5 March 1887

Weekly Citizen. gill UP AY. MAHOH. 5, 1SS7 t .t : , -zST.ii vt land grant claim is be - Jti U neat over northwestern " - heastera New Mexico end C lorsdo, coveriug sixty s of acres of the host land in tho Bat little has yot been inde : .vmiug tbe boundaries of tho ugh it has fallen into very hun.1t! and when every pre- irrungenient bus b;oa cora o cheine will be presented for ,.,::. Th. nature of the grant b, sufficient ia itself to eon- It ws uot n purokase; nor a.ntioo for services of any 1- i.s grant made by Mexico .:. .-or eslablishiDg a colony, i u of tbe cc neideration was i the contrary, the oonceo . .owed to sleep on for bait .- more, until tbe land cot .achoate claim have b.come .... i ! great value, and many ;a : ,t..Lts have acquired vested Kit:. a it area. AsnniDtterof r.ai ud justice, this gigantic , ueither be recognized by l... j Slates nor be permitted to . a contest further tban the first towards confirmation, ct . i l i s.ii-e a lasting quietus bcociu do j te fraud...

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. — 5 March 1887

- - Tl "i ll '" 'illlia" " " J WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY. MARCH, 5, 18S7 bis be tbe of LOCAL NEWS. Frank Lord sbys he saw Alex, Levin in the City of Mexico, where be is work ing in b brewery. Mr J H. Hise owna some promising mines" neir the Tortillita-. not far from where the recent big gold find is report to have been made. The land on the Santa Cruz bottom! ? i nrattv cfrftrallv bronchi under ..itmtinn and nearly every acre that can be reached with water for irrigation is now improved. Tom Parish kicks against the Terri torial University, in a communication PmsKntt dnnrier. Tom evidently U ms . . , , - fit-n tna infantile Dromise. and tbe present kick is by the same foot, grown older and more dirty, Mr. Len Cirbett baa been appointed a civil service examiner for the eighth i- .:-. .i..i. numnriiiea California, ArWnnn ami VewMexioo. Mr. Oorbett is to be congratulated upon this official recognition of his character and abilities and the service is fortunate m securing his services, n...

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. — 12 March 1887

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. X ill! TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY. SATniDAY MARCH. 12. 1M7. NO. 8 WEEKLY CITIZEN. SU'UKDAY. MARCH. 12. 1SS7. 1-. Citizea Protons & PnMislisg Co H EUDKKT It KU W X. General Maiisper. v th . Mocttv. -S 3 0T- 1 00 AUVBSTCSINO RIVES: ira, tins itrtm '.uue, eawsi fet3oet. insertion... TOTtMS YOU THE IXULT: . .r ' 121 - Afefc 5 Oki 1 CO OFFICE : No. 1. 21 .V "11 Cliuroli .Street. tritr argument made by tho interest el .---nies of tbe County Court is now sin titled by taeir presentation of n new biu through ti0 e commissioners, for tli.- creation of Circuit Courts for Ari- 7 -na, taa three present districts eaah to Lve a Judge Bt a salary or SI 530 Bnd a clerk with fees and emoluments reach ing S3.G09 per year. Those Judges and Clerks sre to bo appointed by tbe Gov e-rnor for the tiTCi of four yours, and their successors to be likewise appoint ed. Tbe people are to have no voice vimiever id tbe matter. Tbo county p art was aboli"bc-d on tbo rnisrepre...

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. — 12 March 1887

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY. MARCH. 12. 18S7. LOCAL NEWS. Mrs. Wm. 0. Davis returned from California on Alonday, nnd brought her little grandson, Tenney Davis Williams. The lawn sprinkler has resumed its circular duties in the court house yard, nnd the crass seems to enjoy it. OoL Arvizu, the Mexican hero of the Nogales rumpus, is under arrest for his unpardonable escapade. Dr W. Ij- Wardwell baa pone to Hammond's etock ranch, near American Flap, iu be Santa Oatalinas. A bill passed the" Council providwR for the cession of the legislature in July instead of January. The fate of the bill is unknown. Dick Melius, who was taken bo seri ously ill in El Paso a few days ago. has reoovered sufficiently to travel and he is now at his home in this city. Frof. Henry A. Ward, the celebraUd Naturalist, of Rochester, New York, will be in the city within a day or two. He has been visiting the City of Mex ico. The railroad company's artesian well nt Indio station, on the Colorado desert, has reached ...

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. — 12 March 1887

aVeekia1" Citizen. s AlCi:i)AY. MABCH, 12. 1SS7. "Cloe" followiuR the general elec- jBSt November, the Citizkn com- j-.ncfJ 8 ta'i persistent nud dotermin ,T,t to re-ftwukeu in oar peoplo the . r -J l Cent otsome ot tho natural reeonrcea l'dt surround our city upon etery side, tfe taJ often referred to these oppor rnit,t3,n the pnst, bat the public mind J"sJ n then in a condition to accept f . Lew order of things that now meets "th '"-cb eeneral favor. We present f 1 !c.e to show tbo oost of cultivating , 4 s the profi9 9 intelliRent oul p.e l- a031 feasible metbodi and the " ;tu::!:es for irrigating enterprises, p'jj. tfc' t far months, thero have n s: 1 w than five distinct irritjatinjf t;hes tsken out near this city, and mure uro uuuwkuiuk -T. minary stages of devtlop- ' i -4.11 4 I. 41.1 J Za nf nvlinliaf. jjt M 1 11 144U 4JC444 13 4JW. LAUllUCI j fj; ten thousand acres of rich srsU 4ai wl11 ba brouBllt under a T.rv Lvh 6tste of cultivation by these (X Ts'.asble enterprises, and...

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. — 12 March 1887

Weekly citizen. 8A.TURDA.Y, MARCH. 12, 18S7. It is rumored that Mr. H. "W. Klein, of IhA HnQmnnnlitnn. Will BOOn MSUmO the management of the San Xavier hoieL Superintendent Hodges ii in from the Humbolt camp. He says the recent rorkon the Octopus has developed a fine body of good ore, Bafffl St. Louts draught beer is never flat or our. The last glass from the keff is sharp and lively as the first and it has no equal in Arizona. The warnm darum has just received a new delioaoy piokled string beans. When washed and cooked they are as fresh and delicate as when first picked. TheLos Angeles coroners ore kept quite ousy over the numerous "found deads" with which its highways Bnd bywBys abound. Some people aro un charitable enough to say that one had best be found dead than without money in that angelic Gotham. T)iATnmhatnnB Daily Prospector is the name of a new journalistic venture the first number of which appeared this Tnooninr. in 'I'nTnhstone. It is to be COM- duoted by Messrs J. J. ...

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. — 19 March 1887

ARIZONWEEKLY CITIZEN OU xvn. Weekly Citizen yVTUKDAY. MARCH, 19. 1SS7. is i country where water poRseseoB f j:b great value as in southern Arizona, i; iso.ooiairBi use becomes a proper .ci of legislation an well ns the ob t of economical consideration by tli 5"iner. Tho enlargement of th ..re of duty of n givn amount of a ,. tr must eventually govern the growth : agricultural developments nud the :. tl and permanent prosperity of our lUarlv conditioned 1-ind. Wo know tu-t the most " wanton waste of the ; r, -wus fluid is occasioned by the .r .le methods now in vogue forirriga- t::,T purposes. Tno Ions open dilobes r t ohly waste by constant ovnpor-tion tat the seepage carries en a greater - lame than is utilized in the fields. The f trfuoe flooding saturates tho gronnd tn 1 the hot sun bakes a hard crust cad tv-iporates nearly all or it. A very Fma!l portion reaches the depth neo psnry to produ?e the Rood intend- el, and three-fourths of the bene fits of the water are lost, xne only...

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. — 19 March 1887

ill! mm mm Kit, iff $53 Am iV1 fc.r. Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. MARCH. 19. 1SS7. Mr. John V. Clum ib reported to bo Benously ill at San Bernardino, Ual. Hon. 31. W. Stewart, of Wilcox, is in the city. Mr.L.EpbTnim,of Xogalee.is in the city on court business Messrs. Hartt & Weigle have rtcently sold n claim near the Injole mine in the Santo Ritas, for 54,000. m.. m. no lniaktnrn hu imposed & tax of SIM per year on live stock brok ers in that state. Born, in this city, on March 15, at 9 o'clock p. m to tne wuo oi iux, i"" Snto. B EOn. Mr. H. J. Davis, of 'Wilcox, one of the 1 slnKVmon nf that fipf-tioU. 13 in tCC VI1U u.wv..wu " - - - city. When the sun came out from behind the clouds to-day it warmed up tne footstool enough to suit a hottent. ir. i if:v.a0r.n rf Him Hilver King .- ci ,-r, pitv and will JJOICI 111 X lUICUUCi a " " " remain u few days. m- Vn,.nn nndotte. of Florence, is ..z-rrrrr "wTJtn n. city. Mr. Bpenuiug u ic uj " -r , ;,ki t (Jadotte owns a livery and feed ...

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. — 19 March 1887

Vi:kkly Citizen. SAll K1AY. MAROH. 19. 1SS7. tKV ,wion recocnizes the m-ces aud 80 . r smeltinc woiks in this city i " -. i necessity should remain . v 1L . 1 .,npr'1" great wouuor pre lugr nud a and mi - A r r. n u8. iucro tpeain iu " ' a . s.:tiNil sentiment of rot.it US t - .t. lme the de. to a-unffour moil of means, t to civo sotno ono ee -u'uutre honor and clory well tho public gratitude: -.- their own ambitions, as it cm- thoir neighbor a foothold of fortune. Tho same . v - bHMCteristica would dotibt- . their nervous digits if udH were passed around attribution. It is n subl t r.v.i one that deserves . . u.mendation pnd moat pro .-tioo of a great moral com- 1'ncbon; but there nro .. i the present seems to bo one .. .r rrqmre a people to 1 i aside robes of virtue, and to . c raid ivorM to eive bnttlo -viU that threaten to destroy . .i.a foundation that enstnius u .-.e tempK- of beautiful charity r. -.t meet avarice oa its own .L-lrurht it back with its own "Bt .jxtas. Tntrefore...

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. — 19 March 1887

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY. MARCH, 19. 1887. " 1 ft'., ,rl a F -af ill I 1 il I "M? ir!."f I IK, ' LOCAL NEWS. Auditor W. A. Tailor, of the Southern Tocific railroad, was in the city yes terday. There was born, in this city, on March 11th, to the wife ot Colin Cameron, a daughter. "MrsTE. Jeffords, Imother ot Distriot Attorney H. K. Jeffords, returned from California on Thursday. Mr. E. B. Gifford has returned from his trip to California, beannpr tho np pearanoe ot liavinj; enjoyed both bay und climate. No more Indians will be permitted to ride on the cars of tho Southern Pacific railroad, according to a recent general order. The city is full of peoplo from the rarious portions of the county and Ju dicial District, wno nave been summoeun hs jurors or witnesses. St. Louis beer on draught at Buff's to-nioht. A bie lot has just cot in and the family pitcher .will be promptly filled. There is only one place in the city where ii irenuine Mexican ciaar can be found, and that is Glascott's C...

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. — 26 March 1887

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. - - ' " ' 1 Mil 1 I I , , . . tugso, pixy county, aiuzoxa territory, Saturday march, so, is87. Wfxkly Citizen. TCBAY. MARCH. 2G. 1SS7. FrisiiDE & PnislilDg Co. u r r. i: T 11 K w N , . - 2 00 - -' 1 w M.TEBTISISW K.VTES: . i-t inrtB 200 -.-as rop THE b.uly: SK) 00 5 0J ,i . ' ""."""'"i-r iw - "OFFICE: -1 v -3 Cliurch Mreet. :it: at present t ho great rush of ...gioes past the Eden they nre ! i 1 . !o the shores of the beautiful ' iVrVsJ Pacific, the time is not far j -J-1 vben the reaction will brio? the T : .w lto Arwona with n boom even e - than that whwb California is - - "erVymff. We can even now wit- .s the beginning of thi turn in the t and from this slender strenm the udwill speedily folk"?. When the crnnd irrigating scheme now under way are completed, s few artesian wolls sank, buI th- tntt detnonstiated that cur lstd would 1 a wonder if even p" .-id bhiJ the marvelous resources if s. I'bt.-a California, people will -k,t i-trtnije that they hd not...

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. — 26 March 1887

U V a Hi WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY, MARCH, 26, 1887. LOCAL NEWS. Mr John V. Weirfo is in from Frijole r n i TTn ronnrts it camp in tne nam """ . 7: ,. b Rood camp still, with prospects of fu ture Greatness. Every effort tibould be used to maKe 1,7 university of Arbonan. credit to e Wnn.i scholastic inslitu- Tinn uuiiuj w . . . . 'St! we i4 i 8 V ft t t li-iKH IP I 'TBI 9 ft IB; to fa. the Xle Mutbircat.- Flagstaff Ohampjon. Mr. J. L. Alexander, of Indianapolis. The Murder of Con. Ryan. Chittenden, A. T., March 21. Editor Citizen: Another atrociouB murder has been committed in onr county, this time the victim being Con. Ryan, a well known citizen and pioneer of Pima county who was brutally mur dered in his own house on the Bonoita. about eight miles from here. The coronor'a jury haro not completed their investigations yet, but as far shown the circumstances are as follows: Wb. UeVess, another well known citi zen of this part of the county, entered into an agreement with the deceased t...

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. — 26 March 1887

vVixivLY Citizen. VI rUHAY. MAROO. 26, 1S87. UtM3tK . t a recent excursion party 1 r.:o-B to the Pacific- coast tella L, "i.ct.cme in paseiuK through ' . . .' ,rv (mil it is probably but o 1 - f the experience of others, l vi tust wheu their attention was Sj t3 fact tlia' 'ey catered L'bl sheJ against a possible h laud of hostile Apscho :r. t: 3 . - F country wis known only f ..... i aj? 1 n t Vn wam l.ca in occasional steer seen - -st a J. stance, was tho subject of j a ttu'im, and its fate de , j sj 'i.c certain victim of Ancbe , . i - f nth but tough beef. A ' s jt'Iation teemed to hnne k-k)3Si and mournuu: oTer .u!?j, aud not one sentence i information was at hand enul and unjust illusion, iiichly colored pictures of .ictl of the wonderful land west of us, but of neglected re were none so poor as to T r Teren2e. Dwra thither by r r. st. and the dreary shadows "- .-a lifted br the testimony of f tins centlemen expressed the sirpnse that the incoming Kt-r.-i-ottixided with descrip...

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. — 26 March 1887

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY, MARCH, 20. 18S7. LOCAL NEWS. on,! Mra T. L. Salinltz will leave to-night (or Thenix to reside. Tncni, n Pcrrr. Esar.. ban relumed from, a Tisit to Tresoott. Th firm of HooTer & Satterwhite, Attorneys, has been eliseolve3, J. A. Conley, superintendent ot the Humbolt Mining Company, h&B returned from the east. Mr nhsrles Birkenfeld i9 at the bos pital, dangerously ill with inllammation ol the ooweis. Messrs. Albert Steinfeld and Leo. Goldschmidt have gone to Phenix on a visit. Judge "W. F. Nichols, of Wilcox, is in iio Aitv. on business before the U. B. land office. Mr a "IV niinlim hns returned to Tuo nn frnm n visit tn California; and finds no such climate elsewhere. a nostoffice has been established at mt i Air. v. J. uviia a Tho mail will be tii ; e i . i i m. m IK JCfe&l Olive camp, postmaster, weekly. The recipient of an anonymous letter signed "A Fbiexd" requests the writer a miiirRB thrnnch the P. O.. to make an explanation. TTnn Unlier! "...

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 April 1887

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. y kkkly Citizen, t-AilKIUY. APRIL, 2, 1SS7. tin PrMms & Publishing Co. ,i i; u ih:kt r i: o w N. General Mar-ager. . . v.-i--' $ 3 00 200 1 athu . 1 W AllVSKTISISfl BATBS: v. nrt irtHn.... 200 ' -...tiBchMWaBtfBtinfertioa..... 124 TEBXS IWK THE DAILY: 1 $10 00 v 0U UO OFFICE: 'II A "JA Church Street. T , fa?t that the Apncbe fiend?, who ciia'TeJ hundreds of innooent men, v a.f and children in Arizona, have iE cepr.rated from their families in ti. .r iionda imprisonment, has eecmed t bTRken a twins of intense ngony in t-.e debsate nerves ot ultrK-sentimontal-Theso blood-thirsty wretches v ver pi.usod in their murderous work :.. consider tbe eternal separation i f families they caused, and the fate that is new being Measured out to them js overt! wig v.th undeserved mercy TuCu-;sl" torture of tho utmost con L.niCv crn.ti -i .'. they do not fully t-.r.t. but iu; of respect to a sentiment tLiiis as unjust as it is puerile, their ; jLj-hsunt has been commuted ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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