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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 2 April 1887

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. APHLL, Si. 1887. LOCAL NEWS. m fi : ill 1 -'"! W3 IK Mi.iiiva it a n 1 It it doesn't rain during the month ot April about the only green thing to be seen about the city will bo tho merchant who don't advertise. Say, where are you going? In here to Ret n cigar. What! Why come and go to East on' a and you will get the finest cigars out Easton's Professors, Don't kick thnt hat, or pick np the ap parently well-filled wallet from the eide walk to-morrow. It's the guv's birth day, and may be celebrated, It is like wise April 1st. Rev. Qeo. II. Adams has been exhib iting the moon to the Tombstoncrs. They liked its appearance so well that n party will be organized to prospect it lor silver cud gold mines. 'J. be MexiORUB thnt are drywasbing in Sexton's gulch, near the Humboltoamp are taking out gold in encouraging quantities. Some of them average from ten to twenty dollars per day. 1 he city of l'henix is excited over the discovery of u live bed bug. It came with 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. — 2 April 1887

r Tvkkkly Citizen. "ATrKIUY. APRIL, 2, 1SS7. - rf COMrAKIaOX. "n cl u investment is based nlvantaces comparad with ijws or Imp, and the yield i - . t the interest upon the . I i . 4tt inrjutmnttt "j jv - s i f production, is tho gauge .5 - I wvrtb. . r.t ruiro a phrowd fienn- - - a i"vfonnd mntbematioinn to tc tbt business principle ln- phoice between a tenement thousand dollars that ro t 4 jr.-. no of two hnndred dollars . . s- r.l ''ne cotiDR four thousand , - i irl Js the same sum. - r v know men who call them t wJ and MKiwioufl men . of r . who have beon bred in .... re of principal and fed upon . ... Derations, that have coin- their flnancial reputations . s- t'l-- most expensive and no . .: r.i thod nt making their - -me MsapU illustration of , - . to oppertnoitj : In South . r1;.' rma, land that is planted to : acJred to five hundred dol ,. .. -( . irailar lauds in the Salt v . . in Arizona er.n he purohaa- i a n'u-e raneinp: from fifty to one rt i , fifty dollar per sera, wh...

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 April 1887

si-: '.US 11 heti 5 If film mi mi 9? m if! 1 WEEBXY citizen. SATURDAY. APRIL, 2, 1837. Several Baloon keepers 6ay they will be forced to obandon the business it the new license lawis enforced. Mr. G. Ginocchio, of San Francisoo, who holds largo business interests in Yuma, is in the city on business mat tew. Mr. J. K. Brown is in from the OHtw camp, and says mining matters neTer looked better there than now; Messrs. W. W. Williams and Frank Lord have opened nn insurance office next to the Pioneer bookstore, on Con gress street. Mr. J, P, lionergan has returned from Snn Francisco and hiB big stock of new goods will arrive about Thursday of this week, A child of Mr. Oliver Swingle died at the Grand Central hotel yesterday morn ins. Its remains were taken to tho San Pedro for interment. Mayor Rayfield has sent back all the muuioipal documents in his possession, but has not forwarded from California his resignation, as expected. Mr. EugeneCadctte of Florence, who has been nndbr treatment...

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 April 1887

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN vvrr WEEKLY CITIZEN. .sUUKOAY. APRIL. 9. 1SS7. 1 ; :.iii's boom ceased as suddenly tj 51., ugh it had never existed when its - felt so secure in the possession ' t..y vat patronage of tho annual . st ekers that they considered tho ik f advertising their advantages -i :t waste ot money. It took no , f, r the people who hid rested imlf-niRde-np and inactive car .... f.r many n dismal winter on its ,- sands', to forget its alligators and . ; when California energy and r :Isced snob, seductive ndverliso-- in-'ore their eye. Those luring -,r .turns and fascinating word paint- . . wre in themselves sufficient to . v,-; in the restless breasts ot ' r .ne's favorites upon whose hands - sometimes hangs bo beav- a consuming cariosity to per- , ll. visit and insoect a country that ,j produce such a prolific crop of lv prevaricators, sod they preferred ,a-s to nllieat.rs f.ir a change, rmy- wsv. Printer' nk was tho lever that m ve d the wori J from east to west in .iimVii...

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 April 1887

- - ----- - " ' i WEEKLY CITIZEN. 1 J? tSf I'.Trfi a- " 1 - K4' If Iff 1?: 1$ i 8 in tern a. I ' 1 SATURDAY, ArniU 9. 1887. lie Citizen PriflfiM & PnlilisMne Co. HEH2EHT ERnWIT, .General Manager IVrlwir. . IVrMonth fat Vr-.x. . . ....... xcvxcnsiao aAtu: Ons Square. flt Inaeraon.... ..910 oo ... 1 00 38 OaeSanora. eacheobseanaat laMrtlon O F F I C B : Not. 19, 21 33 Charcli Street. ...UK .... 1 1! Postmaster F, A. Steveni ia in from the Quijotoaa. Mr, Thomas Hughes ia recovering from a short attack of sickneii. Mr. D. J. Bolynia nftain on deck, as good as ever, and looking for a mule that can kick harder. A bic awning is being ereoted in front of the Fashion that ia warranted to keep out the sunlight, rain, dust and every thing but good customers. Thn Snn Tnvior is raDidly gaining its fnmflr nnnnlnritr nnder Mr. Orovat's management, and it is doing a big buei noi3 acain. The Fashion front is being painted black. It is a sombre hue, for these are Berintis timeR. bnt gometimes a s...

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 April 1887

,vki:kly citizen, ; v:li;iUY. Al'lUL. 9. 1SS7. i r TaE rea t.-tate craze in California is tue kind or cxcitczaaut that ' ,"itnta on Wnil street or the s i.iitns l"aC fever of epeon wi., re i?on hn 110 opportunity t 5 rcHxjnco nnd tbo glit'eriiiK the ever ohfiaRiDK market i t.e judgment -ni bleeds the fin UieHM baa nttnincJ such ie" lotto, tbnt a slirowd specu- U I IIP Luuat unit iiti uu- 1J to And plenty of ready . i it l olten uiilionlt to ais- .jwhirt is the best sold, the land " , ,T,vfiT. And yet, by reason of ."-V1"'- ' ?onVrir8'on into money - ' perpetuation of the eseito--neh intrinnieaUy worthless . sr r.Vd ft valew. There nro oc . . .-USB and shrewd men who . .. r tbi- iainntiug process with- : ;:ed into the snalstreis, and -t if reason and judgment nre T looking carefully over the s.A eamiitions tuat exist in ilich men tbt simply estab- lenee in Sontberu California .. t.-r a novel cnan?t uuhuk iuu , . s vere ptwtiots or nn occasional . - -ire not the el of people that ; 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. — 9 April 1887

W 3 I WEEKLY" CITIZEN. 4 f m . uv . 1 W Mi mm 'V t;!.H?!d if SATURDAY. APRIU 9. 1887. Mrs. Hubert Miller will shortly depart (or a visit to Ocnada. Mri. T. A. Jndd will Boon visit Cali fornia, to remain possibly daring the summer months. Supervisor John Anderson and his wife, of XorbIos. are in the city, and are stoppiue (rt the Hrm Xavier. This ooupon, accompanied by twenty live cents, entitles the holder to the best St. Jnlien punoh in tbe world, nt BnJTa. The weatherwise say there will be no rain nntil the summer season for rains sets in, and then there will be washouts all along the line. Mr. Chfts. Driscoll, late chief clerk of the Territorial Councfl, has arrived from l'resoott, nnd is registered at the Palace. A "suspect" was taken from the cars lost night and quarantined pending the development of the suspicious symp toms. Concrete Raskin has invented a, new process of manufacture of the most doeirble form of sub-irriKating pipes and will give it n thorough test. Mr. S. G. W...

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 April 1887

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZE xvn. N. Weekly Citizen. SAIITKDAY. APRIL. 51 1 1S87. Citizen PriBtins & PnblislilDs: Co. II i: K IS U It T It It IV X, (iNiernl Manager. $ 3 00 200 1ft) 2 ft) AnYEBVISlSfl KATES: .. brt unwtrtien rout rot the iailt: $10 00 r 5 00 OFFICE : A- S3 Church Street. ... IV. ijE.Ei3 n gradual bat strong tide of , r rriTise now under way in southern ... an, that promises to Advance stead t . . ns the entire territory, tiausform :u5 i's whole appearance from a barren x .ste to fruitfal farms nnd pleasant It is now following closely the O'iMdS Ol me Bireaius huuluuii --ateis are easily brought to the surface ,-aJ distributed by gravity through can u s oer the rich bottom lands, nnd as it gradually exhausts these opportunities lor reclamation, it restless spirit will d-vciop other fit Us among the higher nif-sbs scd mountain foothills, where s j. l.'c wiil greatly Rid its progress. All nl eg tin Gila, Salt, San Pedro snd S;.Lfii Craz rivers there is an increasing dim 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. — 16 April 1887

' " " " I I I Weekly citizen. SATURDAY. APKIU 16. 1SS7. Snpt J. W, Johnston is in .from the Mammoth mine, nnd is etopping tit tlie Cosmopolitan. Theoiaaaobo buildings east of the Kucs Honso are being torn down by their owner, Mr. Samuel Hughes. A Gnavmas telegram to San Francisco says the laqui chief Cojeme has crossed the boundary line and is now in Ari zona. Len CJorbett has been out to the Han Pedro, roughing it for n short time, and us n result ho is not no handsome in complexion, but he csn get Bway with a b'gger dinner than is usual for him. ri.ars wa Imni. in this city, on Mon- -i-v Anril 11th. to the wife of Jacob TT.-ri n danuhter. Mr. Harris is one of the happiest mortals in the world, by reason of this event, for all his other little ones areboyB. The country to the north nnd west is. cm tn linvft lipen blessed with a copious rainfall during the past two daye. Be tween Florence and Casa Grande a great ,i..nl nf wntr covers the groand, while the rains in the l'inal mountai...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 16 April 1887

in kekly Citizen. hiA. APKIL. 51J 1S87. :;u Pratins & PnlilislilBE Co ; i: K T It It O IV :iwh! Manner. $ 3 CO . - CO "" 1 ft) 11 I I! i TcsniNO uitiis: tt insertion............. suowMaentiueertion. 2 ft) 135 fc) Oil 5 (XI 1 () 3S OFFICE: M ?3 Cliurcli Street. , " worst enemies to the fed , t T'T&i'nt. and one upon whom . , rr-.-iitdk) pour ont its vials . . t&epoor, etrucKHoe farmer , with overwhelming obstn nernbks existence on the , '-.-tier. Our dispatches dis s - ttvds rl deundiug a whole . - T its fire wood to repel tbo . - . . riC'VS of the hyperborean . - : IiboIksUv lindtbe nndncity . v ' 'inpt to keep btnself and i , ilnrinz t!e terrible blis- - . 1 - -.adee l shocking to witness -wity, but the great federal t-ct is determined to suppress - r I- in the attempt. What great n cu'-3 frown tie leading nation wrr M than wresVinc n terrible - - rci-npon the head of a man who. - drsnerste Etrusple for self prese -, h:is dsred to ;nrloin a load ..''.heaved wool 'rnE a ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 16 April 1887

1m - , it?1; Ma 14 4 55 Weekly citizen. SATURDAY. APHIL, 16, 18S7. Strangers should call on Buff for the best drinks in ArizonB, Mr, Thomas S. Sniytbe, tbo cattleman ot the San Simon, is in the city. Judge AT, .1. Egan is stopping at the San Xavier Hotel. U. S. Marshal W, K. Meade is again in the city. Hon. V. A. Harwood, ot Tombstone, is stopping at the San Xavier. This looks like "Merry Ghristmas" 'weather. Dr. Albert S. Adler, of Globe, is regis tered at the Cosmopolitan, Mr. C. S. Fly, the Tombstone photo grapher is in the city, The supervisors have received an offi cial copy of the new license law, Col, M. J. gan of Clifton, is in the city. Hon. Brewster Cameron is in tho city from his Lochiel ranch. Bail has tho goods that keep out the cold. Mf. W. 8. Lyle passed through the city on Saturday evening, on his way to San Francisco. Mr. LL Mencgerhas gone out to River side to look utter his mines in that vicinity. Deputy Assessor W. J. Osborn was out calling on his friends to-day ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 23 April 1887

AEIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. I. T. u aY. APRIL. 23, 1S87. - -n Prists & PiiDlisMsE Co. j , i; IS V. It T IS It OWN. ...rat Mmsc. 4 .-BTITJJO KATa: in-ortioo ubaeonent utaertton-... is PQS TW ian.v: .. 2 .. 1 ft! .. 2ft' & .. I w OFFICE : :i .V S CttHW -street. t r ILr t t. t, ,-.a r ..rd of supervisors, of Pima tvo nutboriaed the oounty : advertise for bids .or tne , tbe fnndsc? bonds auttMir ; of the L''gislrtnro and ac- S to tbe immtcn ci ui vju Thc total amount of these bonds hundred thcosund dollars, to I . . 4 Va .1 nrlnitt. be. a per eeai m- - i"'u"- - l a : bt- pail :a tel. iu;suueais ; r ten years. Th' f - hot, is arc surely lest sTuriti. tfct most cautious vcsttr e a!J B-k .' r. They ore issued J-ict H. -.'rJiw with both tbe nn- J '. rnt nl upon me BUU J tbj -apervisara have exercised t .. r -t i'r'ta care in coniormicg to . t'i r w:th every requirement. of thet-e bonds is the first p t -irari! extinguishing the county's :rt, and tbe proceeds of their v; ; be ued in tbe ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 23 April 1887

Weekly Citizen. SATOKDAY. APIUU 23. 16S7. Tli Gita PriBto & nmm Co, Per Yetr Six MoMb- hbi:i!i:kt mi own, General MaMgw. 'laree Montis ADTMlTISISfl BATES: OaeSqetue. liit inMrtHKi OaeSqnara, each MrtWjuent iBertnm. TEBMS FOft THE DAH.I: IW Vr. Vt Month par WeV 203 1W 200 13 OFFICE : 10, 21 A: 23 Church Street. A iot of Jopanese army officers visit ed Denver the other day, and lheir pre historic names warped the covers of the hotel register and dislocated the jaw boue of the Windsor hotel clerk. The New York folks are worried out ot nil patience by the pesterings of the vnt,t numbers of English sparrows, but they still delist in the indulgence ot the swallow with the assistance ot a straw TrrE United States army is beioe em ployed to hnnt down United Statei cit izens who nre sroilty only ot having tak eii up land tor homes once thrown open for settlement and more recently turned the Orows and Winnebago tribe of Indians for a reservation. Jt looks as thoueh the poor settler has no...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 23 April 1887

aBBBjjaBaWiB va:i:KLY Citizen. s U; ..DAY. APKIL. 23. 18S7. years go JtBt Kritliiy CKy'a , aint t-omewtiere, as Lis body fell on in the jttjl yard. . Justice Wright of this territory " - jit only InM eitizean of the Un- , .nrt linu-n looks bnsv with the -t. iriw BDtl tho nipervisors nil in nod the ordinary HlTnirf also iu .t. 4 1 Lis b a commenced ngninst the , by E. O. Shswou his claim for ,,.-.r f thoofliae vrhilo K 11. 1'ual ,'fi?j cf the Territory vs. Ueroal, . , .ijaa Gov. Torres, wni on trial ; try to-iIny. Mewir.-. Znbriaki.t re ooudnctisn the prw , a Me-srs. Hereford Itovull - . Mo'Cann cot in from the Ilnm . up la night, lie rejwrte the . ew nt work near there 8 ... i.- .i makins fair wage! with tat -. in us. .-.Til mit cf the UaitM SiitloF . hn t'unieroa, for the slletd the piiblie domain, nt tho , ti li Ziuj i, was ooiioluded . Hud tbe decision of the conrt . rved. . t- of the Territory ts. linmble .. Ttfl i:h tbe murdar of 1). M. ... Ni-saKw. Ut Deceinlwr, wt n tbeDwtrio...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 23 April 1887

Weekly Citizen. SaTUHDAY. Al'UIU 23. 18S7. Siaweri will soon get into bis new quarter Rnd the publio will have an eating tons eqnul to the best this side of Sun Francisco. It is rnmored thf.t b Fnirbnnk butcher hns been arrested for killing stolen cat tle. A hide with the brand of Richard son & Gormley was found in his posese- BHffi. Master Mechanic John Bonner has returned from his California visit and has resumed his duties nt tho rBilroud shops. health is much better than whn he loft for the coast. nonh .ff Sbibpll hasletsed tho resi dence at the corner of Court and Ala meda streets, lately vacted by .Indue Barnes, end lias moved ins family therein. Tlie lawyers have oooasional tilts vl witticifta :n their leal tonrnnmenU be fore vhe court, and considerable nntcse meat u afforded the spectators. Mr.M.W. Furry is expecting a loud of selected ore to arrive tais even l us from his Wulisier mine in the Unijutoas, ItwiUbe shipped to El 1W for h working test, Meear. Stevens & H...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 30 April 1887

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN pi .Wli. i kkv Citizen. ml'-JVAY. APRIL. 30. 1S87. M Gfl, ,, i i;n i: i:t i: ko w n. S s ft' . 2 ft' 1 ft' i .-T.kTliUca KATSt: r t int-ertMKI 800 .. ;M m THE dailt: $10 (Xi 5 0' 1ft' 25 OFFICE : . :i .V JJ I'lmreli Mroul. , Vt' number of protests against : ' : m-.-nt of the fourth section of "-'u;e eomtfletoe law, relating to . .1 short hauls, that are pouring ar e'onmissijner3 from niouop 1 h.. over the country, invite nn iu- s fcl;(ou iuto the probable result - u.J it hi deeded ei;vJient to deny s su.-pension. Tne c-iai pet up in : s; nstances, is tbativrtatu flourish- interests would curler serious em barrassiiient because "f 'o necessarily iiisu ' r l-bt UnrTirnposed that amounts to aim rt ho emttrgo upon exports to jutbut ;s "f consumption; and oth- ,jto;s.t? wfuid occupy the territory t t-v hive hjtLertJ monopolized. If tl s js lr.ie it -.aggests that n strict com- . ,iv- wta tlje letter of the law will , -a . i rc.-.il commercial revolution j-. at the ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 30 April 1887

1 lt 1 IMS OS I. ft - Mil' mi Si gas. sea n 51 Lou. II sf- ISf'JEf' if VI If Weekly Citizen. SATUKDAY. APRIL, W. 18S7. TELEGRAP , .v..r ilessrs. h. D. Chillson and H. Hinds lire the owners ot an extension to the Vekol mine and have a property that promises to be equal to that famouB mine. The jurv in the case of the Territory vs. August Melsted et al. broupht in a verdict of guilty as to August Melsted and not guilty as to John Melsted and Miko Millet. The required bonds were furnished 1$. M. Ilamleton and ho has been re leased from custody. His bondsmen are Albert fatietfeld, EdwBrd Gaynor, N. Van Alstine and Joseph Magoffin. Mr. A. P. Crawford is about to estab lish a new weekly paper at Xoffsles, to be rmblished on Thursday and will be called the lleoord. Ho purposes mak inr it the leadine naper of that town as well as the liveliest. Sucoess to the new enterprise. The Arctic ice works are running day and night to meet their contracts, ana nUo to store a reserve supply of ioe. It ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 30 April 1887

i:i RLV CITIZEN, U U.AY- AF1UL. 30. 1887. 11 1 i Printing: & PnMisMnE Co. ;im:kt It It own. $ S 03 200 ;:; i a , .rR4lXl BATES: mrtwn 2ftl . pubaoeBtiBrtion..... 12S tVW THK IKUX.T: Shi no SCO OFFICE: !l i S3 t'liurcli sttvrt. r :- 'I ' 1 , i r t'j 1 western country Lbs loaf; j e reputation of possessing an - -ri Krl or human life and n ifire to shod the blood of ni a I...- :,ea. j. no eastern prctta iiB j aiuny imaginary scenes of a credulous public, whioh i ;a many oatjrn people a western people und a fear . visit the frontier settle irrational dime uovcls have t - do ia creatiai; this senli ir tules of terror ulleRed io .mmitted in the far nnd I ho fsots are, however, that 0r people in tho world u spttable and aiotc devoted welfare and protection ft How nn kan cre .. but 8rm hearted people of i rknW tla-.Ml in hardship and -re boani to. the freemsMjary ot mutual ' - cc-- a'-i dancers that have broad- 1 ti .-oul bjueb biistorous and c ith xrir. Why, thete grout rt. do". 1 d :-...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 30 April 1887

m WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY. APKLL, 130. 1SS7. LOCAL NEWS. :i1 .is sal 2 - ? ' if, ,as,.S. ..aa r m iill The latest addition to BuflTfl saloon 16 b buff pup, which is, like a pig's tail, more for ornament than use. The pred-is are within fonr miles of Tempe and trams will bo running to that plaoe about May first. Snpt. Thomas Gates, of the terri torial prison at Yama, is registered nt the Ban Xavier. Sheriff E. O. Shaw has left Ilot Springs, Ark,, for his old home in the Carolina, in the hope of bettering bis health. Mr. George Daily, the deputy colleotor of customs nt Yumi has been appointed clerKof the District Court of Cochise oounty the Sentinel Bays Col Cameron II. King, Commissioner at Imroifrfition. has located a eection of ilMert land on the new canal ut Flor- ance, Hon. Ours, It. Drake speaks in high rms of nraise for the outlook of a big boom at Florence. The new canal will do the business. Sir. M. V. Perry lost a roll of green ItfK'ks on Saturday evening, contain- mt' ten ...

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. — 7 May 1887

ARIZONA WEEK y TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY. ARIZONA TERRITORY RATim.n a v m v irr7 I !1Y O I .UAI4 o. lOOI. 1 LY 2 CITIZEN SUTKDAY. ;!izes PriaiiDS & Pnlslisg Cs. 11 i:kii:kt imuiwx, llwecal MaSfcRtw. ;!.".V1 ABVEThlS KATES: .i.in. art insertion "'.:', each MtMW iusrtiofi... TSEMS FO TBS DAILY: 3 00 J w 1 eu 2on 1C5 $10 fJ OFFICE : v.. 10. 21 t Cliuroli .street. 1 0 25 j :l iliree or four lucntbs of tbo nn '.. sted term in Arizona is a great t . , ,,o people who have never ex : -..'cJ the delights of oven its warra- .. summer weather. The general ox rv-sinnif. "But oh, your terribly hot 1 cuts'." These people forget tho i.tr days sad still moro sultry nighta J their eastern toraraer season, when , T.-n 'eep i banished by the stilling urt tl.Ht h not felt in Arizona. They '.met the biting irtts and driving 1 TTania of their c- !J end dreary winter seuson. ms they Jo drizzliug nud dis miriirtioe bod a most inclement fall, in en season they meat with webtuercbsug-:1 i"r more disagreeable t...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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