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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 11 June 1887

Hi ill U'-tJ 1 via! l,r. 3 ft .ft. i Hi 1 9 '5H 1'M mi W. Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. JUNE, 11. 18S7. Tee usseEEor has taken a mortgage of 2.50 cn every man's bead in the county. A ooop sewerage system would be tbe very beet quarantine against disease that we could adopt. Commissioner Srir.ES is reported the old river bed one-hali a mile be yond. Let this bo at onoe done at tbe Joint expense ot city and county. Tun greatest outrage yet officially perpetrated upon the people of Arixona is the "withdrawal from the public do main, or townships one and two north, trre and six east. This action by Com missioner Sparks, bo far as can be ascer tained, has been done on the represent ation or Indian Agent Howard, who is now supposed to be in Washington. In la.a when the Halt Biver reservation mm monkeying around Washington togged 1 1768 created a few Indian squatters were out in the breech clout of an Indian 'oca" " township one, on the south agent. Is view of the amount of small pox prevalent...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 11 June 1887

ttlhXY ClTlZEX Vll'AY. JUNK. ,11 1SS7 t Vitfle and E. 1 Vnn Kuron Vi iveninp for California. .L change in the post office - , , .,i L. I load, utter an absence t : ,. w a1 bus returned t j Tuo- ( . i:,;toa has sold to Hioburd ' r" ' . l)Aty mne in the Tyndall ".'"' - ..dollar. i-.y OvMincil met Inst evening :. riiv-l the mnyor to tnke such .... a- be, in his judgment, us ire-srve the health of the 9 I t. f s" t. ,, Smith and Mason trod Lien ; . i. !-r unit Hnrris canio in this . J will start oat on another ; - -rrow. . r fc., . eml drfirery in the post office r -after open before S n. m, htT for tho osst or west, the offioe bofore S p. in, h.-Iors" httvo held the fort ir-. but how they nre about t rte sod reorRnuize under .ud reKuliitJoup. They will - be ibdurttte old baohelora H. Wallace, tho U. S. .; i-vyor to whom the contract . .... th nnrtliom bonndnrvnf .iw Mountain Indian reservation ,.w a- d, will leave in a few days L. tSi cation oi tuut wor. 1 robb-ry at the junction is re...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 11 June 1887

. - i 1 " i ' a a - ' i 1 I WEEKLY CITIZEN. life mm suite m r - i am a ft ft! SATURDAY. JOE, 11. 18S7. not MAI'.ltKIS. , 5 Nnr YoRi, Friday EvrnW, May 27 rrlccofSllTerperOanrc Troy. Of The "Doctor ol Hell" repineth for bis misdeeds ia the city jng. Hon. T.Ii. Stiles is in Tombstone on business conneoted with the distnot court. Sefior Don Joso Carrion was sen- sixty days in jr.il or pay a fine of vo. He lingers in the hostile, mi... .i..i,nfT mnnntKctiire. the Ohar- mai o.ci..uk - . i ter Oa etove. the bast in the market, u sold onlT br Pierce Ford sole BReni. tt ".--.a-fti-A in every variety and shape. Rlwswftre, jrrcniteware, tinware Bnd hardware ia sold cheaper at Pieree Ford's than at any other establishment in the citv. Aocording to the Florence Enterprise, the Indians on tho Pima Reservations! nro now harvesting their crops. They will have about 3,003.000 pounds of wheat Bad barley to beli. No oaatern mail left the post oftioe Saturday evenintr, ow:n(? to the failure of the con...

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 June 1887

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN ) Hlif' TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY JUNE. 18, 1887. y0 n SATURDAY. JUNE. IS, 1S87 Tip citizea PrintiBE & PnbMing Co. II i: It 11 K It T II It o w s. r M .nth $ " no . l CO AUVERTISIXO UVTBS: -iO!!. ant insertion -..jse.eaofc MitfeoqneBtiBaeruim.... TESMS WMt TUE 1XULV: 200 125 -is" V r.ths - V v . th r No. OFFICE : 19. 21 A 23 Chnrch Street. .$10 00 S W 1 50 20 Inr. city water c?rt hB8 gone to a t athftil crave. s Indian agent befits nothing so well as bis place. The Ilftvidsou writer ditch give9 promise of an early completion. The dog ia the manger policy is pro ductive ol procrastination end evil. Indus Keservi:ions nre (or tho In dian?. These nrc their roosting places and tbtn- tky tliould bo kept. Lrii -mthna to kill an Apacbs Indian I.- hit untried, by fair means or fonl tii.-y :j;:t g '. 1 'iE p.-opleot Nasc, Lehieb nnd Zenos m mid be justified in taking: extreme awsures wih Indians nnd meddlesome hi nte. if found trespassing on ...

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 June 1887

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. JUNE. 18, 1887. Fob twenty-years hostile Apaches hare terrorized the country. Let na "call the turn" and for the nonce terrorize the Apaohe. Pima Cocktt has an honest, capable and painstaking board of supervisors. Tho chairman. Hon, H, E. Laoy, repre sented Apache oounty in the council of the 12th legislative assembly. Apache County Critic Br a liberal patronage of "Atwell'e Sunset Boute-' guide book our town and oounty with their many advantages, oan be placed before the traveling pnb lio in a most effeotiTe manner. Never before did these adrantcges present themselves so cheaply to our people. Let Mr. Atwell be patronixed liberally. Mb. J. H. Soorr, recently appointed superintendent of the Atlantic and Pa cific Railroad, was superintendent cl the Arizona and Sonora road from the date of its construction till he resigned to aooept his new, mors lucrative and more responsible position. That he is well qualified for the important position he now ocoupies is w...

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 June 1887

VKKKXY CITIZEN IVY. JUXE. IS, 1SS i j Kerr leavas tuie evening lor . t n . rexQf, lio will bo absoot Sk . u.tk cu basmrsa connected .;;. us bi.ve been luuda ta " r. iliat raftil from tao enst J' ! itiicrto vrrtri coaimlled to lie iu.ti-ls- hunts now coaio J ict. i; ,:..a?oo rt'turno.l last Saturday . t ati-nilt! trip ufcat. Ho reports , ' -utL iu good shupc, and feels eut- . . .1 tiss trip wm rtu iu goou to anty. core n ,.u the Diividon Ditch i- beinp i witn viror. Severn! hundred ai-tit ureuiuc iu tiin ncquednot : .J? bctn put iu hud tue balnnce o .lupl-ted at as early u iU:o us is L'.-E-i)lidstd .Bank of Tucson : - .lorf at nine o'clock tbi6 . s;. J liure bad n constant rush Iin. caliier, Mr. Freeman was wsn in town. - r Frank Proctor, returned t from Ssn Carlos vliero he 8 aye . ai.ivenoff cattle, lie .". 'T.Dt. Fierc made a count of the I -...a a 'w l8?s bK au" 'onnd only iiteen bricks and one squaw absent. ;.un rdinia. ex-sonstnble at Tu- - f.-;t Lore on chsree of cuttle stertl...

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 June 1887

r.. i Brf-l life' f f H i ' 'IB '8 ,4 ijiJff Sit 1? w ?1 T Mi 1 Km w Vffifi '.ifiifflSSt' rv if' PfiET L 1 I V Weekly citizen. SATURDAY, JUNE, 18, 1887. LOCAL NEWS. Mr. J Gharreleau reports having lost but few cattle by the present nnpreoented dry season. In the Canyon de Oro his cattle Buffered some but on his othe ranch while not fat, they look well. Foy Kee and Charley Take, saya the iuntrston anan nave uibouuiujucu business at the California chop house, When the officer came to close them up Charley said: "Me no blamee you; me blamee that b b bankee," The Presoott Miner saya: A few eve nings 820 a crentleman ii the Sherman house at that place, remarked that ho would like to get a horned toad to ecnd to his sister. A tall, gaunt native thereupon said: "I am a homed toad." lie was not sent. "W". H. Eldred, secretary of Atlas Min ins camnany. is in town. The company are Bbort of water and pending the set tlement of this vexed question nothing can be done. The probability is that th...

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 June 1887

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. TUCSON, PDLV COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY JUNE. 25, 1887. NO 2 WEEKLY CITIZEN svltJ') VY. JUNE. 18, 138 im Prifltms: & PQlilisliiQS Co. II l Kit i:ut It It W X, liNWrnl Manager. r $ 3 .UVUTl!lNO bates: -, orst iasrtiea. 2(X) .cliMibeiinentiaiiertion 125 rr.BMa rea the daily: p M ... -.i. ... $10 0 5 00 1 M 20 OFFICE : lil, "Jl 5." I3 Clmrcli Street. . r..o Hitizex favors the liie auvjv w-- a LBti .n of the Apache Indian, and rn.-t.ie of the southwest say nnieu to v ... v -i r:, j,iiuciple. AlUUqueiquc W- "W exter- tbe the Citizen It takes a mugwump to see grod ia a nnjwump. Tue Epitaph endorses Doiley.ex-recister of the land office, r raises him fnrbis many virtues nnd de plores the President's lack of nerve to reappoint bin. " Brr for this IuJwa trouble Southern Arizona is on the eve of a great boom, fhein.ats are turnibg out exceptionally wJIfrtJwe have every promise of a ltr bJuc erected here nt an early Jav I the course of n few weeks the Pavi....

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 June 1887

m ft fflP 1 IK I (HEW .3 lift-. 1 an-i (in. WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY. JUNE. 25. 1887. Tmiciiyiseaidto be cleaner to-day than an any time within the past ten years. The Grand Master of the State of Missouri, has ordered oil Master Masons eugnRed in liquor selling to quit ths business or qnit Masonry. Tue sampling works will bring more money to this town than any other pro position y.t advanced. Much of the money realized on the of ores will be spent here. Is three weeks the sampling works will be ready for business and will then treat and purchase ores of all qualities uud quantities. Miners can bring their ores in, see them sampled and get their money, The murder of Cajeme, the Yaqui chief, captured, and whose capture was effected through treachery, was brutnL oowardly and cold-blooded in the ex lreme. But then that government is not noted for either humanity or a high eense of honor. Soroceo Bulletin. We are pleased to learn that the Cit izen's position on the Indian question meets...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 25 June 1887

rt EEKLY CITIZEN . , . ,UY. JUKE. '25. 1SS7 1. HAL NEWS. V-'' 1 , tt. (.spirants lor school trus r .... of Meesrs. Sam Hughes. '. . tjs. V hoeter, H. D. Undor j..;;u, .tndgfj Wood ami P. ,-i me mentioned. in the nata Oataliuas nre . .: j; and unless it hi extiu '. r..ia it is fated that one of ... jti. of timber ia the tomlory . : ro t d. idauts in the Sia llafsel de ,:,. j;rant e have thirty-days tile a fetay ot nroeeiklini;, uiftt of the Court can be , , r KinR Miaius Company, ; i'juhl conuty, paid it eiity v ; ..1 .-f twenty live cent- 15-h. HBsreBtiui: 25,000, , ". i iM-J piid this year, and Sl, j v this mine u to tlie " Toe Silver Kins, was .'ued. Fioretiee Enterprise. . -..rated $100 Verde horse. t-,,. title, co-t bill anionut " . OA) no cluster, promised f:il farther in the value of "..o a-lditioaal expense ot b new ul is the oBse, this morninc iVi'VUt Tne case is unowu .-i-..!...... Ta Tvtlrtntriplr - a 5ltunt" " I Mioer. Mn-'hrlena, clerk of ttie .Uoard nnd recorder or wrau...

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 June 1887

if Spirit' villi il i It j r! fx v ? F 7 n 3 H ' mm' $1 WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY, JUNE. 25. 18S7. LOCAL NEWS. The Los Angeles Times of the 9th in stant Rlter skylarking around the oonn try for two weeks owne smilingly to hand to-day. Judge Hereford haB taken unto him self i. thermometer. He has one of his very own now, and purposes to run his own weather bureau to suit his own in clination and tastes. llie school house grounds are being neatly fenced. If sufficient water be had there is no reason why these grounds conld not be made as attractive as those enrrounding tho court houce, Deputy Sheriff KreshHm, who was re ported bs baring the smallpox, has been Buffering from an attack of tbeGnaymas ferer, contracted while in Sonora in quest of Olementshire. He is now con valescent and will socn be again in the streets. Rumors have been current in Clifton during the past two days of the killing of man called "Big Lew," obout three miles from Carlisle, and of a mnn named Cunningham at Mud...

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 July 1887

ARIZONA WEEKLY - CITIZEN" TITOSON. PTUA - - wuuiui, JL-mvixilUIVl , OAllllUAl JUU1, 2, lUOl. JiU 23 WEEKLY CITIZEN SAirHPAY- JULY. 1S87 l- L-j;:fn Pritms & PnlsWDE Co II Kit i:i!T It It OWN, iimm-trI IanRer. f 3 00 K, 'S 2 00 i ; , i oo tl.VEUTISISO UATES: tin-t insertion.... ............. 20.1 0 " .. ..-h MiWonent insertion 12S II BMS FOB THE DAILY: $10 00 OFFICE : 11'. -1 -:t tlmrt'li Street. S mv s., recently tried for the crime c'trMiaia burning the Hotel del Monte, tn to n discharged for want of evidence t c.sviet. interested in the woman suf frsze movement wi.l find the letter of l)r Gregory, of Hermosillo.on tins sub- t ct mighty interesting reading. T,t Journal Miner says that $50,000 will be FftJ out t0 alin,,rs tbiB monlu f x ores by the Present sampling works. lu h month we bops to say tho stme tneTnefon works. of Awt'ioT Oexeual Diicm, who in all i.'L'babihtj will be made the scapegrace cl C evelanu'a foolish order for the re- t3-a?! the captured battle fligs, was c....

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 July 1887

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY. JULY. 2. 1887. To General Miles the people zona will tver feel gratef ul. ot Ari- Ixdiax Agent Howabd is nothing if not in print. Evidently be thinkB a bad case should bo well bolster! up b sympathetic printers ink. A Chinaman has just carried off the nraduattuK' honors at Yale, and b col- orcd TOUtn Hi eSl JLUIUl kiduuoko beoond 1Q his clues. "White man better look "a leetle ondt." bad TtaoDLnii Jake Suakp like bis pre decessor Ross lweed. has come toRrief 0?er confident in "whatre vou k'oin to do about if both first laughed at, ...a ..4T.-1 in rf-r:ta the law. Bnt he who lnuchs lt lt.usb e-t, nB again been verified. Tweed is dead and sharp is said to be djiutf but the violated lav. is B3 healthful and vigorous as evsr, Kite of the captured Aptchts are now being tried at 8tn Carlos by court mar tial for iufmction of the military laws. Thfse five were scouts and in the service of the aovernment at the time they shot Sieber and attempted to kill Captain 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 July 1887

VTEEKLY CITIZEN saitmuy. july. 2, iss? LOCAL xews. .1 i.rmr Zaliok offers n reword ot . the arrest and conviction of the :A-?TS oloainuei o. snail. i)r Martin's Atctio so J a foautain is ritruizea oy mi wisoing a aeii f. 3? Mi J cooling drink. t -r li prepared cotnwbo puncbea I .Jwa- given the largest gold medal hits 1 -J nl lue ueiiituuiui exposition t fix) 000 bonds have been forninl , ltJ b the purchaser and the -Stj p .id to the credit ot the conuty tbu Chemical Xatioual bank of New jl- aid tu. b . Uonover nre . , i. -ei st the lliwa instead of the . K.vier, They will remum in th . vw iviys and then retnrn to Te A!okn Free Press, published at 1 - Alaska Territory, one ot onr .... me exchangee, reaches na in '.j at one month from the date of 1 lhion Restaurant is becoming 3 3 a place for families to dine hU i n an re cool, ouen'inuce good i Li tables supplied with the best of , valley beats the world la any t it enters upon. A mitrou up the r-'r.-e-'utlT cave hirth to four childr...

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 July 1887

m -v- IWH T T a. " ". -1 4 x Weekly Citizen. 4i SMI i Mr 1 r unit SATURDAY, JULY. 2. 16S7. LOCAL XEWS. Within tho city limits tbere are but two cares of. Bmillpox and ihy are con valescing, and within 8 week will he discharged. Postmaster Griffith of Nogales assum ed the robes of office yesterday. He has moved into the Wollf bnfldinK and is Betting it up in Rood phape. A poetoflice has been established at lied lioek m Pinal oonnty, with Joseph W. Htskin as postmaster This will be a ureal convenience to the miners and pettier resident thereabouts. Master Bert Ilnle, eldest son of. Gapt. and Jlra. Hiel Bale has aooepted a position in the depot of the Arctic Ice Company at Nocalea. lie left for his new field of labor in company with Mr, Johnson a few days Bince. More improvements ore now koine made in the shape of facing buildings, putting up awnings and laying down sidewalks than has been observable for the past six months, Superintendent D. T. Elmore, of the Tortilta Mining Company, ...

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 July 1887

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN VOL XVII. ffBEKLY CITIZEN srSrBIAT. JULY. 9. 1887 $ Cifizca PriiitM & Pawns Co. n K u U i: K T 11 K O IV 2f, General Hanacer. $ 3 00 200 ' 1 (JO Ttrf joa ABTZKTISISQ BATES: s istc. nrt insertion... 200 1 - J? Aschute3nentinerUon 135 TUCSON, PDL COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY JULY. 9, 1887. TEHS1S FOO THE DAILY: , ,T Jpsr jjH ' ft: K"' "3 Pit .$10 00 SCO . 1 w 20 OFFICE : -,. 11. 21 & 23 Church Street. have 230.000,000 gallons under bung, lVnts a &n acn& es his political principles and becomes a mugwump for ba office, he loses the friends he formerly bail and mak's no new onep. Ox the fourth page of this issue we present to our readers an exceedingly in teteti ng letter from onr correspondent m the City of Mexica. It will repay oare!ul pernfsl. Stbaxge as it may appear, it ia never theless true, that there has not been a single case of small pox among the white families in or about Tucson. Tho JiseKfe has ban confiued esciusively to Mexican...

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 July 1887

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY, JULY 9. 1887. Tub oia flag and the American eagle were done up bana yesterday. NrwBPAPwa can't boom a town an. lMi the people take hold and help them. The amount required to make the quarterly payment of pensions amounts to nsarly eighteen millions ot dollars. KrxrrEBS million dollars ot jjovern- nnDroDriation became available ucu r July first. Ths revenue of the United States for the month ot June was slightly oyer million dollars per day. Pabties sending communications to the Omzxs will please write on ono side of the paper only. This applies to old sinners aa well as young ones, Powddilt is opposed to immigration, The recent socialistic and communistic arrivals are something like Powderly. Thv xt-BTit lo ran the biz world on theories of their own. Busau is to-day beyond, doubt the most despotio nation under tha bud hav ing pretence to enligbtment and civiliza tion. By recent imperial edict Jews are aot allowed to remain io Bt. Petersburg longer than a we...

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 July 1887

WEEKLY CITIZEN -TuiUUY. JULY. 9, 1SS7 LOCAL NEWS. ThMfe ol Ban Heney vs. Arizona lc. tnitin unnrAtnn rvinrt , Maria Frjc baa gone on a visit JllSf Ilnstnn. Mh loft Viptft Tne ceoJ people of Nojjales enjoyed t v nVth ia a becoming manner. Gap- 7 Ared tne oruuu. -ca! examination ot Mr. Hoxaj's j wi.l be made ut the hospital itiU .fln?oou. U' t1 mortem statement be thsen should it be deemed ntoea The supervisors have appointed Judge wVe&d for tbii position conld not been (elected, t-itts work is yet being done in ,v,Htsboldt camp, although it itf ie ,teitit active operations are liable ,'h,sc-a lesumed. n-'f-i have been issued to arrest any . o arant!i:e guards found or tt t.i be on the fltreeta without !lr-raa!b-.nty. Kr error tbe Citizen yesterday was ,jefy that a lull t-upreme court u-.h consisted 01 twelve juages wnen a 1 f.t tbcre sre but nine, eisht associate isJ ote cLitl justice. T- bailer for the now sampler ar .. I m stardy and was nt once put in p.see. in r.bunt ten days...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 9 July 1887

1 I " 1 WEEKLY CITIZEN. 8A.TUKDAY. JOLT 9. 18S7. LOCAL SEWS. There has been quite a number of in quiries for copies or the J the poem on Arizona. Tlito. F. 'White, chairman of the Co chise county board of Eupemsors, has resigned. Jnlio Parraz and Miss Nasaria Moreno were married in the cathedral on Thurs day last. Messrs. E. B. Hogan, Jj, W. Mix and AV. B. Groeclose were elected school trustees in Nogsles Saturday last. At the reoent election for school trus tees ia Thenix Dat sixty-four votes were cast. The I'.tifs House, under the manage ment of Chas. J, Freest!, ii bewming Tery popular. Lemp's St. Lonis beer -when freshU drawn is cool, invigorating and superbly delicious. Boff is the only man that keeps it on tap, C. Seligmaun k C, hare built an ele pant otlioo in the center of their store. This is a decided improvement on the old one. A new Chinese restaurant is shortly to be oponoi in the tmiUing formerly occupied by the old Mint saloon. Mr. Adolf GolJschmidt, resident partner ...

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 July 1887

ARIZON W EEKLY CITIZEN. M)LXVH. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY", ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY JULY. 10, 188 t. NO 25 WEEKLY CITIZEN SATURDAY. JULY. 1G, 1SS7 j His Citizen Printing & Pulsing Co. a i: i: u i- t it it o iv General Manager. jr JI. .'til Months S s 00 .. 2 CO 1 00 , ADVcuxisisa baths: o,.siuare, Srst insertion 200 , eSvioare, oaoh sabseouont insertion 1-5 TEH 113 I-OB THE DAILY! .$10 00 500 . 1 50 2J r - Y ,-ar . - 6.1M 1; M.'iith rr etk OFFICE : "o. 11), 21 Jt "-3 Churcli Sstrcrt. Escotjbaoe tbe ditch men, they Trill in reta n do their fall share towards looming tho country. There is said to bo more than one primer m & county jul tlmf saffl) needs a rope. Mast people in Dakota half masted their flgs oa the Fourth as typical of tbeir feeling towards the present admin istration for having refused to admit tbe tcrrit -iy into tbe sisterhood of states. Amzon'a bKJ her diamond fizzlo and now Kentucky has bad hers. After n taoroagh examination of the 'perodilito' region by a Unit...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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