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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 25 November 1876

Hi ft ST' I Ti' -i 11. 5a mm .:. A . L3 4 . if! :i The Citizen. SATV1WA Y. - - XOVEMDEllMb, 1S7G A vtity uiiw.iUliy insinuation ap pears in the Miner to the effect thut the greed of Tucson caused the remo val of the Verde and Chiricahua In dians to the San Carlos reservation. Is it possible that no higher motives are entertained by the Miner than sor did selfishness? It would appear from his j-tandpoint that these Indians were created by the Almighty for specula- live purposes and the matter of keep ing them at -peace, making them self- sustaining, governing economically, are all secondary considerations to the question of who shall enjoy the spoils, This is coming down to a low level, but it is just where the Miner places itself. The fact is, no citizen of Tuc son knew or cared anvthing about the removal of the Verde Indians until it was ordered by the government. Their removal has opened a rich and exten sive agricultural country adjacent to Preseot:, which is of ten times more va...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 25 November 1876

Wsi. Zeckesdokf, Tucson. A. T. OPENING OF TIIE Centennial at Tucson, Arizona, at ZECKENDORF BROTHERS, By a Great Display of New Goods. A New Era In Selling Merchandise lu Arizona. We have Just received THE LARGEST SHIPMENT OF GOODS Ever come to Tucson from the East, by way of New Mexico Consisting of a Full Line or DRT GOODS. CLOTHING FANCY GOODS. BOOTS & SHOES. STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES. LIQUORS and KEY WEST CIGARS, FURNITURE. CHINA and GLASSWARE. STOVES. HARDWARE. FARMERS and MINERS TOOLS. And other articles which are needed to upply the demands for the comfort of the WHOLE COMMUNITY. This makes our stoofc TEE MOST COMPLETE IN ARIZONA, or any where this side of the Mlbsourl River. These Goods were Bought at Prices so low Dd our arrangements lor bringing them to this place at fcSTJCII REDUCED RATES, that we can confidently assure the Public that we Can and Will Sell Goods Cheaper than they can be brought here from San Francisco. Our Advantages for Buying Goods, Having a Partne...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 25 November 1876

l.t y if'' 1 A ; .-4 t 1 ii-aifc ' Mi-5 .HERS KM! bti ..-lift Ml B..I T, TL 1 M4 - M '? Ann i 'ill 72 . 1 kit 7 J ft 1 S 111 mm mm u i a1 I fell Ml PROTECT YOUR BUILDINGS Which may lie done with one-fourth tho usual expense, by using our Patcait Slate Iiiit, Mixed Head j- for Use. Virc-proof, Water-proof, Durable, economical and Ornamental. 'The Citizen. SATU1WA Y. - NOVEMBER 25, 1S7. Sew Safety ExiIoil vc Compos! lion . Messrs. L. dcSouIuges and It. Cahuc, A roof may he covered with a very cheiip shincle, mi. I hv application of till lale be mule to last from 20 to 25 vears. i.t - i. i .... i . ...i " i . tiic much belter, anil lasting longer thiin j uyimmile, new siunuics without tin- Mme, for Oue-tlihd the Cost for Ileslilngling. Tht oxpensp of tlntliic new rIiIdcIps Is only :tlniH the oistir simply liiylnL'JIiem. Th" (Mint Is fire proof iiiiln-t h-urk or Hying I'mberii. jo. may lit eiully tested by tiny one. of Toulouse, Frsiuce, have patented through the "Scientific American Pa...

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

Arizona Citize Vol1. "VII. Tucson, Pima County, Arizona, atrarciay, December 2, ISTG. 5o. 9. The ril-Ii: ARIZONA CITIZEN is PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. SciiscniPTioN Rates: Oue copy, one year. One Copy, six months Slnulo numbers 5 00 3 00 Jf ADVERTISING RATES : Twelve lines m nils type, oiie sq. lue square, twelve lines, one tlme......S3 00 "Each subsequent Insertion 1 60 professional cards, per quarter. S00 Plain death notices, free. Obituary re mark In prose, 53 per square; In poetry. 5op5rnuc. Business advertisements at Reduced Rates. Office Northwest corner Main and Congress streets. authorized agents forTiie Citizen : W. N. Kolly, nowsdealer at Prescott, has THBOmznj? for sale, nnd has authority to rceHe-aiid-reoept far money due us. I. p. Fisher, 20 and 21 New Merchants' CrMmnra. is our flnthnrlretl ArentlnSnn Francisco. .Tames Abs:s.. uma.Tj, Tilden probably elected Yrve E. Irvine Phenix.j Ydut Dexinn The filler in result, Dr. J. II. Piersou Wipkenburg.jdout aItr s,in returns. ...

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

r v. j ""!, v. 2 tost 2j, 1 1 &4 St , ..-ft! 11 r The Citizen. SATURDAY. - DECEMBER - lSTli. ItllilM or I ln .Hnjorlty Outt tiffed. The BoanI of Sujtcnri-ore ol Yava pai ctuintv. decided lat Monday to throw out the vote ( St. Johns and Clifton precincts. Tlie ground-, or rather the protest for throwing out the vote of tlie f t iner precinct we hare not learned; the reason r.r. throwing out loth jre ci.ictd is well undergo h1. It is no mre ur le-s. than a iMennin ition to defeat Mr. Stevens ud elect Mr. Har dy at all cot. Thc.-e is no action too vile nor work ton dir:y to preivnt a majority of the II mrd of Supervisor of Yavapai county from gratifying their wishes. Two members of the Board vo-ed for this outrage, butt" Dr. Kendall du? the cie.lii, that al though enuallv desirou with the oth-! cr members' of the li mnl to defeat Mr. Steven, he would n t violate his oath and destroy his reputation by aiding to carry out so lLijrani a wrong. The following are tlie pretexts un der wh...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 2 December 1876

L. Zeckkdohp, Wit. Zeckexixrf, 2i33 Broadway. X. Y. Tucson . A. T. OPENING OF THE Centennial at Tucson, Arizona, nt ZECKENDOSF BROTHERS, By Great Display of New Good. A New Era in Soiling Merchandise iu Arizona. Te liave Just received THE LARGEST SHIPMENT OF GOCDS Ever come to Tucson from the East, by way of New Mexico Consisting of a Full Line of DRT GOODS. CLOTHING. FANCY GOODS. BOOTS & SHOES STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES. 1IQUORS and KEY WEST CIGARS. FURNITURE. " CHINA and GLASSWARE. 3T0VE3. HARDWARE. FARMERS nnd MINERS TOOLS. And other articles wlilch are needed to lupply the demands for t lie comfort of the WHOLE COMMUNITY. This mnkesonr stock THE MOST COMPLETE IN ARIZONA. or any whore this side of the MUbuuri River. Thee Good were Bought at Prices 60 T.ovr and our arrangements for brtngln!; them to tins place ut BUCIIREUUCED ItATEsi. that we can confidently assure the" Public ihHt we Can and Will Sell Gonds Cheaper than they can lx brought here from Sun FraneUco. Oar Advantag...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 2 December 1876

Iff fir m n! 11 tl Si1 'S tmt it Ft..- n 13 it. ism 2 it aft. PROTECT YOIHl BUILDINGS Which mav I done w:lh one-fourth the usual expense, by using our Patent Slate jPaiBit, Mixed Kemly for Use. VIre-proof, Water-proof, jDuraoIt Economical and Ornamental. A roof mav be covered with a very cheap shlmclc, nn.i hv application of this da'e be mule to last from 20 to 25 years. Ot! roofs nan be patched and coaled, look ing much better, and Instins longer than new shingles without the slate, for Unc-thiid the Cost for Ucslilngling. The expense of slating jipw shingles is only aitout the costof simply laylne them. The paint is tire-proof against s-arksor Hying embers, as may be easily tested by nny one. It Stops Everj- Leak, And for tin or Iron has no equal, as It ex pands hv heat, contracts hy cold, him! nev er craeits norwaies. Itool covered with Tar Sheathm? Kelt can be made water tight ntn small expanse, anil preserved for many years, mis siate mint is Extremely Cheap. Two gallons will c...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 9 December 1876

- ( The Arizona Citizen. Vol. VII. Tucson, Pima County, A.rizona, Saturday, December 9, 1876. 2STo. 3 0. YIX-E ARIZONA CITIZEN is PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. SonscitiPTiON Rates: One Copy, one year. One Copy, six months Single numbers S5 00 3 00 15 Advkktisino Rates: Twelve lines in this type, one sq, One square, twelve lines, one time S3 00 Each subsequent insertion... 1 SO Professional cards, per quarter...... 8 00 Plain death notices, free. Obituary re marks In prose, 33 per square; in poetry. 50 pjrline. Business advertisements at Reduced Rates. Office Northwest corner Main and Congress streets. AUTHORIZED AGENTS FOR THE CITIZEN : W. N. Kelly, newsdealer at Prescott, has The Citizen for sale, and hn authority to receive and receipt for moony due us. L. V. Fisher, 20 and 21 New Merchants' Exchange, Is our authorized Agent In San Francisco. James Abpc uma. E. Irvine Phcnl.-c. Dr. J. II. Plersor Wlekenbun;. "WASSON & HARRIS, Pmpnetor. J. C. HANDY, M. D. Tucson, Arizona. Corner or...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 9 December 1876

"3 1$ '5 iaSr 1 IPS ri Hi- JI r -c .i . tilt it vft 7 W 5 sfis-s " (. Ik1 si IT ! Ml I T U f Tit.- ilsc-ir.-tS 4, TlIE ClTIZES". SATURDAY. - - DECEMBER U. ISTli. More luttimi DcprcdutloiiM. It will be seen by letters published on our first page, that the Apaches have again put in an appearance. This time they linve puid their rejpecls to Old - Ciunp Crhtenden, and it niii-d have reiovigorated them to once more - visit a place wherein years gone by they enacted so many bhody tcenes "Whether their chief, Streeter, whs with them or whether he remained in thej back ground to enjoy the fruit.-, of their plunder, Ji;is not yet transpired. It eeems that he did not conclude a peace" with the authorities of Souo.a for obvinuj reasons. Doubtless the only object he and his associates had In attempting to make peace with So nora was to iecureasnfe place from which raids could be made into Arizo na, so as to enjoy advantages like those when they occupied I he Chirica hua reservation and raided i...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 9 December 1876

L. Zeckendorf, V. ZncKEsnoRF, " 503 Broad way , N. Y. Tucson , A. T. OPENING OF THE Centennial at Tucson, Arizona, at ZECKENDORF BROTHERS, . jUj-.-u Great Display ol New Good. A New Era lu Selllas MerchaudWe lu Arizona. We have Just received THE LARGEST SHIPMENT OF GOCDS Ever coxae to Tucson from the East, by way of New Mexico Consisting of a Full Lino of DRY GOODS. CLOTHING. FANCY GOODS. BOOTS SHOES STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES. LIQUORS and KEY WEST CIGARS. FURNITURE. CHINA and GLASSWARE. STOVES. HARDWARE FARMERS and MINERS TOOLS. And other articles which are needed to ' supply the demnuds for the comfort of the WHOLE COMMUNITY. Thin makes onr stock THE MOST COMPLETE IX ARIZONA, or uny where this side of the MUkourl River. These Goods were Bought at Prices so low and our arraneements tor bringing them to this place ill ISUCnUEDUCED RATES that we can confidently assure the Public that wo Can and f 111 Sell Goods Cheaper than they can be bronchi here from Sun Francisco. Our Advantages ...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 9 December 1876

mm mm ! i - i f-4. 4kt 7 i )'.- "as PROTECT YOUR BUILDINGS Which may be done with one-fourth the usual expense, hy using our Patent Slate Paint, Mixed Ready for Use. Fire-proof. H'ater-proof, Durable, Economical ami Ornamental. A roof may he covered with n very cheap shinale, nil. I bv application of thl slnte he m-ule to last from 20 to 25 year. Old roofs can he patched and ceated. look tng much heifer, and lasting longer than new shingles without the slate, for Oue-thlid the Cost for ResliiiiKlIii:r.: ! The expense of slating new shingles only alKuit. the costofslniply laying them. Tli- paint is fire proof against s-. ark or flylntr embers, ns may be easily tested by anyone. It Stops Every Leak, And fur tin or Iron has no equal, ns It ex pand bv heat, contracts by cold, and nev er cracks nor scales. Roof covered with Tar .Slif af lilnu Felt can In made water tight nta small expense, ami preserved for many years. This Slate Paint is Extremely Cheap. Two Gallons will cover a hundred...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 16 December 1876

ClTIZE van Tucson, jPima Coiinty, AjrizGjha, Saturday. December 16, 1876. "Vol. "VTX. 31. . TIT Z Cj)-N .A. m Wm N TILE VXlIZO'V CITIZEN n PUBLISHED EVEUY SATURDAY, i SnnscRiPTio Rates: Ono copy, one -ear, $5 00 Ono Copy, six month ... JCO HnI numbers - - 16 advertisio Rates: Twelve lines in mis type, one aq. One square, twelve lines, one time S3 00 Ench subsequent Insertion 1 50 Professional cards, per quarter..... 8 00 Plain death notices, free. Obituary re mark in prose, S3 per square; in poetry, W pirllne. BnMnes advertisements at Reduced Rates. Offlce Northwest corner Main and Concress streets. AT7TKORIXED AOSTS TOR TlIK CITIZEN : thk CrrisKX for wile, and ha authority toy t. ...1nl fnr mmiv due UR. I rrccio nn" wv.r.- . j Exchange, Is our authorized Agent In banl TranclPCO. I i,mi Ahp? - i uma.1 E. Irvine ..Ihcnlx. Dr. J. H. Plerson,. Wlckenbnn;. JOHNjWASSON, Proprietor. J. C. HANDY, M. D. ?CCtOH, AllKOKA. Cobhxh or Cntrncn asd Convent. DR. J. M. JANCSO, SUROEON AND PHYSICIAN ...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 16 December 1876

, MP i tf&g si w m. iM&m mm mm mm . pais 1 i 1 5 to&ss t ' 3 ft . 1 ' ih l all r ml . 1 i v i 7' :-rl -5 . i AS , 4 i mm k 3. 1 ; -j The .Citizen. SATURDAY. - JJECEMUKlt 10 lST(i. TET.Kfl K APIIIC NEWS. Dissolution of Fartnerihip, milE COlWKTNEltSIIIP HEUKTO- J. Ion esistina bftween the uiiilcrslmu'd In the ovnrtr uml ml)lic:itlm cif TilK Akizun.v Citizkn, Is this day dissolved by muliiul cuiKfiit. Jolin Watson Is liorely Hiitliori7.td t rereive nil tnoiipy due the roncrn or Isif o Arm, and hereby airn'es ut puy nil dehts owIiik by it. : John I Harris hereby announces tlmt lie lias this day sold tils entire interest, in the said Arizona Oitizkn to olin "a foil, who will continue Its publication and business. JOHN WASSOX. JOHN I- HAUK1S. Tucson, Arlzonn, Depeinier l- 1S7. .Sjieclal DNpntrhes to The Citizkx, by United Sttos Teleeraph Line. PACIFIC COAST MATTERS. Campo. Decemlior 12. The stnse laid before 0nngre"s by the Secretary of Treasury embrace $.10,000 ftr public lan...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 16 December 1876

X,. ZECKKNnonr, Wtk. Zeckknpouf, 53S Broadway, N. Y. Tuoson.A. T. OPENING OF THE Centennial at Tucson, Arizona, at ZECKENDORF BS0THERSl By a Groat Display of New Goods. A Kovr Era In Selling merchandise In Arizona. Wo have Just received THE LARGEST SHIPMENT OF GOODS Brer come to Tucson from tlio East, by way of New Mexico Consisting or a Full Line of PUT GOODS. CLOTHING. FANCY GOODS. BOOTS & SHOES STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES. LIQUORS and KEY WEST CIGARS. FURNITURE. CHINA and GLASSWARE. STOVES. II A RD WARE FARMERS and MINERS TOOLS. ABd other articles which nre needed to supply the demands for the comfort of the WHOLE COMMUNITY. This makes our stock THE MOST COMPLETE IN ARIZONA, or any where this side of the Missouri River. These Goods wore Bought at Prices o low And our arrangements tor bringing them lo mis pince hi rSTJCII REDUCED KATES that we can confidently assure the Public that wo and VT1I1 Sell Goods Cheaper thnn tboy can be brought here from San Francisco, Onr Advantages ...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 16 December 1876

.1 !4 vrs PROTECT YOUIt BuILDINGS Widen may be done with one-fourth the usual expense, by using our Patent Slate Faint, Tiie Citizen. Mtxeil Ueiuly for Uso. KIre-proof, Water-proof, Durable, Economical and Ornamental. A roof mav be covered with u very cheap shingle, an.t bv .application of tills slat- b m-ule to last, from 20 to 'Si years. Old roof cn lie piitclieil and coated, look ing mueii nelier. and lasting longer man new shingles without the -(late, for One-thhd the Cost for Heshlngllng. The expense of slating new sh index Is only alptul the cost of simply Itiying them. Th paint U fireproof against siark or fiylne ember, as may be easdy te&ted by any one. It Stops Every leak, And for tin or Iron has no enual. as it ez' pa nils by best, contracts by cold, and nev er cracKx nor acute, icook covered with Tar Sheathing Felt can be made water tight at a small expense, and preserved for mnny years, inisMiaie I'aintls Extremely Cheap. Two gallons will cover a hundred squcre inei ...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 23 December 1876

V The Arizona Citizen. Vol. VII. Tucson, 3?ima Co-anty, .Arizona, Satuxday, December 23, 1S76. jSTo. 1 M. TIIE ARIZONA CITI23EN is PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. SunscuiPTioN Rates: One Copy, one year, ... One Copy, six months - Single numbers - - - - ADVEKTismo Rates: Twelve lines lis tnis type, one sq One square, twelve lines, one time Each subsequent Insertion 85 00 3 00 IS ?3 00 .. 1 50 8 00 Professional cards, per quarter.., Plain death notices, free. Obituary re marks in prose, S3 per square; In poetry, 5U per line. Business advertisements at Reduced Rates. Ofllce Northwest corner Main and Congress streets. ACTIIOIIIZED AGENTS FOK THE CITIZEN : V. K. Kelly, newsdealer at Prescott, has The Citizen for sale, and has authority to receive and receipt for money due us. L. V. Fisher, 20 and 21 Kew Merchants' Exchange. Is our authorized Agent in San Francisco. James Ab-frg . Yuma. E. Irvine Phenlx, Dr. J. II. Plerson, Wlckenburg. JOHN WASSOX, Proprietor. J. C. HANDY, M. D. Tucson, Arizona...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 23 December 1876

w i'1 ft? d 1 55 ' ir If J ii'Jl.: 111. IS? t fc1 J - 1 Ik ' 1 IT - J'J ; 1 6-s r " :r ; 1 11 H fi fife.: ( Ki.S If : ..It'll Ml .0 I isi51 1 .1 S3 V-' '"J Yl-C The Citizen. SATURDAY. - - DECEMBER 'iH. 187C. in the matter. If Mr. Hardy litis had any serious thought, since the attempt ed fraud in Ins behalf hy the Yavapai Board of Supervisors, to try for a scat Latest Xews Summarized. Report of the capture of President Lerdo and "War officer Escobedo of the Repub lic of Mexico, is confirmed. Diaz has ! in Congress, he should heartily thank quarreled with President Iglesasand Dissolution, of Partnership. ! Secretary Hoyt for sparing him the proclaimed himself President and These two items are from the Los Augeles Republican, December 14: Mr. Kalisher exhibited in Anaheim on Monday a splendid specimen of sil ver ore, taken from the Silver Kin" Mine, in Arizona, t was the richest piece we ever saw. The rock from fruiK copartnership HERETO-expense and certain disappointment,' these two c...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 23 December 1876

I,. ZKCKENDORF, W.M. Zbckkndokf, 293 Broadway. X. Y. Tucson, A. T. OPENING OF THE Centennial at Tucson, Arizona, at ZECKENDORF BROTHERS, By a Great Display ol New Goods. A New Era In Sellluif Merchandise In Arizona. We have Just received THE LARGEST SHIPMENT OF GOODS Ever eouie to Tucson from the East, by way of New Mexico Consisting of n Full Line of DRY GOODS. CLOTHING. FANCY GOODS. BOOTS & SHOES. STAPLE tnd FANCY GROC2EIE3. LIQU0K3 tad KEY WEST CIGARS. FURNITURE. CHINA sad GLASSWARE. STOVES. HARDWARE. FARMERS aud MINSK TOOLS. An other articles which ere needed to mipply the demands for the comfort of the WHOLE COMMUNITY. This makes our stock THE MOST COMPLETE IN ARIZONA, or any where this side of tho Missouri Klvor. These Goods wero Hought at Prices so low and our arrangements lor bringing them to tHU place at bUCUKEDUCSD KATES, that we can confidently assure tho Public thai we Caa and r.'lll Sell Goods Cheaper than they can be brought here from San Francisco. Our Advantages ...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 23 December 1876

HA. s'-iSCf mm itii t- J :: .del lif u. hVill.i.Sii :.tlfe Si 5 ! Mil MM v r ye; !? faaauuM JM.'iii-XLH.iiijiniir PROTECT YOUE BUILDINGS Which may be done with one-fourth the' The Citizen. Sim Iicg;o. usual expense, by using our Psifesit Slate jFaint, Mixed Ready for Use. Fire-proof, IVatcr-proof, .Durable, Ivctnioaiical and Ornamental. A roof may be covered with n very cliiip Khitigli, and liv application of thi-t Mate be mode to last from 30 to 25 years. Old roofs can b patched and coated, look ing much better, nnd lasting longer than new shingle without the slate, for Unc-thlid the Cost for Keshluglliig. The expense of slatins new shingles is ttnlv about llio c-otof simnl v lavlns: litem. Th? paint Is fire-proof au'iilnt smirks or flying embers, us may be easily tested by Any one. It Slops Every I-eak, And for tin or Iron has no equal, as It ex pands by heat, contracts by cold, aud nev cr orm'k nor scale-.. Itoofs covered with Tar Sheathing Kelt can be inude water tight at a smal...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 30 December 1876

1 1 T3 W ITIZEN JLJL Vol. -VII. Tucson, Pima Comity, A rizoiisu Sat'arday, December 30, 1876. IN o. nr Arizona C E TIUE -VlllXOrs'.V CITIZEN -is PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Sousokiitiok Rates : One Copy, one your. One Copy. lx months Single numbers So 09 3 09 15! AnvnirrisiNG Raths : Twelve Hues m tins typo, one so,. One square, twelve lines, one time S3 00 Knell subsequent insertion . .. 1 50 J'rofesskMiaf cants, per quarter. S Ofl Plain death notices, free. Obituary re marks In prose, S3 per square; In poetry, 50 pr line. Business advertisements at Reduced Rates. Office Northwest corner Main and Congress streets. AUTIIOKIZKU AGENTS FOR TlIK ClTIZKX : V. N. Kelly, newsdealer at Prescott, lias Tux Oitizkx for sale, and 1ms authority to receive ami receipt tor money one us. U V. Fisher, 20 and 21 New Merchant' Exchange, is our authorized Agent in San Fraud"-oo. James Abgg Yuma. K. Irvine I'henix. Dr. J. II- l'ierson Wiekenlmrg. JOHN WA-SSGX, Proprietor. J. C. HANDY, M. D. Tucsok, - - A...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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