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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 16 July 1887

i WEEKLY CITIZEN. BATCnDAT. JULY W. 18S7. 'IttK government war tube have been ordered to Eonolula to paralyse the Britishers should they audaciously at tempt interference. If the laeiiciue administered to Bang Di could be forced around tue throats or the renegade Apaehes more ineu one tree would ba freighted down toy the weight of Rood Indians. Thk recent rains appear to bare bees alamort universal over the southern por tion ot the territory. Grain k reported every There springing op and hopes are general? entertained that then will be bo man looses of cattle. paper of Arisou. must not for get that tne Apaches ace sud hsrbotvd within their territory, and sro nu da, liable to lea re the reservation and ir der more of her cnw-as. Keen op thx erv wXhe Apache must ro." El Po BepuUioea. THE3TOKV OrACENTCKY. Oo the 13th daj of July, 1787, the Con crone of the United Slates organized its first territory end named it "The Terri tory Northwest of the Ohio River." Mr. Win. M. Xoso has publish...

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 July 1887

i WEEKLY CITIZEN ia A,Ui zmlls IE 3I0NTFH "bAxriiDAY. JULY. 16, 18S7 LOCAL NEWS. Tntvilro dollars will it is reported. ke cp--e damntI0 to ine Narrow oancebndee over the nrroyo north of town. - TteSuilft Ouz bottcos ore partially Liltd llu:as similar to those ot the t'st two d8s will cover the bottom .. rlirxlvnVtfr. fe.JSJB1 CM --rf Maih & Driaeoll are assessed on 1 he&d of cattle. Vail t Yosburg ttie Santa Rita Land it Cattle oom pSCy are etch eimilnrly assessed. Three ot the (onr horses mentioned in cnrltasst-'len from Shields' ranch the ban I'e Jro, were recovered from I in.es a' Coyote Holes. The consid "n n pad to un Indian, for the re .. n 0; the animals wns $7.50. Silver 3i.t. Dr. W J. Whito and family, of the Qrj-'l Central, conlemplato making j home in Tempe at an early dute. hite is already thore makinjr pre cautions for ttie removal of Lis family. J hn JlcOarron suicided ia Prescott .,-t Saturday. He climbed the golden j:s:rs by the pietol ball route. Too a-i'l w...

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 July 1887

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY. JULY 16. 18S7. ore reasonable price, should stand by Born in New York City, July 3, 1SS7, to the wife ot Dr. O. Burrows, U. S. A a fine boy. The police foroe of the oity baa been reduced by half. Officers Martin and MoClarty have resigned to Beek more lucrative occupations. AmoriB the land entries made on the line ot the Florenoe canal is a section taken up by General Miles and ono by Judge W. H. Barnes. Gaaymas passengers cn the railroad ore quarantined three weeks before they are permitted to enter or pass through '.Texas. Fred Wall was examined before Judge Meyer yesterday of the charge of shoot ing Frank Moran, He was held with out bail to await the action ot the next grand jury, Superintendent Macy. of the Silver King, aocompanied by Mrs. Macy, visi ted Tucson on. the Fourth. They re mained over but ono day and then re turned homo! The estimated damage to the David son water ditch by tbo eastern rams -irillnot amount to more than threa hundred dollars....

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 July 1887

AK1Z0NA WEEKLY CITIZE TUCSON, PDLV COUNTY, ARIZONA TEltltlTORY, SATURDAY JULY. 23 1887. NO 2G WEEKLY CITIZEN 5Aiir.iS. JULY' ,2a leS7 m Printing & PdIiMiiie Co. tjem-rtJ Manager. -.2 $ 3 00 .. 2 ft) 1 00 nvjamsiso sTs: . nrst insertion 2 WD i(WchhubauontiniM;rtiun..... l TEUMS W THE MAILT: The Phenix Herald, a fow days since kindly advieed the Tucson pRpers to let up on tho pretentions of land grnbber Uenvi?. So far ns tho Citizen is con cerned it merely stated n fow facts and advised tho people of the Salt River val ley to guard against u 6omothing that sure to come. There is no doubt whatever but that Reavis intends by able counsellors, to attack the titles to their hard earned homes. 8inoe the visit of Attorney Frank Cox to Tucson, the rnemx press on the knowledge bo here gained, nro waking up to this conclusion. l 5" tr k $10 00 5 00 1M a OFFICE : .,. 19. 21 .V Cliuroli Street. ir J I'icicho promises fair to be as tier Pima O unty bonanza. Iue Board of Equalisation of Mari -...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 23 July 1887

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY, JULY 23. 18S7. The Phenix Gazette still lives bnt is very unhappy." "A little disfigured, bnt still in tbo ring," Wk call the attention of our readers to the land office circular printed on the fourth page. As the excommunication of Father McGlynn has been eo prominently brought before tho public, we present to our readers s well written article npon the past and present methods of excommunications of the church by Home. The news from Phenix oontinues about the same as yesterday. An effort has been made to boycott the Gazette and an agreement to that effect signed by some of the business men of the place. Some of the pros and cons are getting wrathful and appear to hare settled to making faces and calling one another names, Only this and nothing more. Setxeal ot the San Francisco pa pers are ceaseless in their denunciations ot the Gall and Bulletin. To an out sider the oause ot this is not apparent, unlets it be the,pTomptings ot jealousy, too frequently en...

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 July 1887

ffEEKLY CITIZEN, "SAltKDAY. .IDLY. 23, 1SS7 LOCAL NEWS. lt.c?rs. Allison contemplate mtroduo fgifiah into Warner's Lake. They ,'1 .nJoubtcdly thrive if put in find permitted to propngato. Oeo. W. Roliert6 an engineer on the Kacj' train yc6tordny nt Deming. Caa?o. luuralcia o the heart. cccrding to tho revised codo a mia 7 "aesr.or is punishable, by imprison Eeiitsnn county juil not excoeding nix m ntLs. or hy ii tine not exceeding $300, ytth. v, rsl mining oloims in tho vicinity o'ue famous Mammoth, are reported to z vi3K prospeotivo litigation. Tho p'pcri-'S tn question have two cltsim- V colored individnnl by name of Msn)5 wftS convicted of being drunk jsJa'uaswg hii family beforn Judge a : rSo-dny. lie was cent up for tho cnnoia ry seven days. K rUa drunk lingers in the city hos tile. He will clean up for being fat t -a-J IV, If at the end of Qve days if he be t uul bufficiently sober ho will bo dis tbargtd and told to sin no more, Mr. Carry, of tho well known firm of N V" Bernar...

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 July 1887

T i n i 1 .MARKETS. I THE PRINCESS PRIVATE DAIRY I j mm mm mi am WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY. JULY 23. 18S7. EVENING WITH KALAKAUA. LOCAL NEWS. The Copper Qneen is reported no ifotintiDB for the pnrchRf e of the Copper Prince. B. H. llartin and Davo Gibson, of Florence, epent a few tlaye in town Jwt Although the new codo was reoeived xn Preseott on the 12th, it has not yet been reoeived here. Mr. nnd Mrs. SteiDinan hato returned from their wedding trip, nnd have set tled down to the stern realities of lite. Judge H. B. Lighthizer. of Phenix, is ;n in nitv nn hnsincss before the United States Land Office. TlmiriitBrin flirt vfillnv llRS subsided cnT-inn-litt mid th land owners will have an oDDortnnity to mend their brol: nn fences. Thomas Gardiner nnd J. A. Crowley, trn nrnminpnt San Pedro rancberr, re port abundant ruins and the grass start- ins nicely up In their section. The Mexican horse thieves who re cently committed depredations near r.hnrlfston in Coehise county when lBSt ueen 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. — 30 July 1887

ONA WEEKLY CITIZEN 1 wl 1 TUOSOS, PIMA OOUSTT, ARIZOXA TERRITORY, SATURDAY JULY. 30 1887., NO 27 i ; - WEEKLY CITIZEN sAU-i-,AY JDLY. 30. 1SS7 :.:.:;a Priitas & PnMisluag Co. it i i:h : bt n it w x. t, -;rl JlBiwgr. .. 2 CO .. 1 CO u.vrKTisiNO n.vins: imertise 360 i; iMS WW TMB DAILY: f CO 5 fO 1 50 3) OFFICE : . III. 'U A" SS Church MtrrU T .s the rascal out. - e .,w f but tu.ag. needed to. tae country perfect, and that is 7- Anienesn n-gnyug over its peo- Lower California Yr i r.It ccnsmend the letter of Jr 1 t . ;- F.ic ' the attention of tr 3'i. i :r nm rf Tocoa. Tbe . i..-.-. Fitch and Auder- .r.w: .) worthy of etmlahoa. M f N u of California contains 155, i..:K'S, which the states of w Hampshire, Vermont, Mae- C "mectieut, Rhode Island, r-: s-i 1 Pennsylvania combined i at 7.315 square miles. zzzure ttelve suita for divorce - iing in the courts of Pennsyl- i, agunft twelve pastors of twolve ii cks. Gratis evidently was a Ii..t deep for their reverences to st or fctruwbemei...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 30 July 1887

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY, JULY 30. 18S7. A branch jail is to be built in Nobl es. The supervisors yesterday so de creed. This will fill the proverbial long felt want. It is to be under charge of the sheriff and it is claimed will be a aving of money to to the county. The citizens of Negates have long asked for such an institution und we are glad to know they have secured it. Or tho non-residents of the territory who have taken up land under the Des ert Land law in Arizoun, CO reside in Illinois, 25 in Missouri. 87 in California, 3 in Michigan, 1 in Texas, 19 in New York, 3 in Minnesota, 1 in Pennsylvania, 8 in Colorado, 2 in Iowa, 5 in Wisconsin. 3 in Kansas, 2 in Arkansas, 1 in Rhode Island. 1 in Oregon, lin Ohio, 2 in Mas sachusetts, 1 in Now Mexici , 1 in Geor gia aud 1 in Nebraska. Twenty-eight desert laud claims were filed by resi dents of Illinois in July. 1S50. TnE Oitieev is in receipt of tome twenty odd copies of "Tho Citrus Fruit Belt of Southern Arizona," by 0. Cameron H....

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 30 July 1887

WEEKLY CITIZEN, iATHWAY. JULY, 1SS7 30, LOCAL XEWS. j-ime -mprovenieuts Rre beinc made ,a it interior of J ale's Club. r- coanty road betweod Tucson ana the Orada is in " Ter bf,,i condition, ,. ll. E. Lacy ha been granted & I of hIxc-iioo tor '25 days to lake ef 1 AnSQt h. Hprft.'fore for contempt of oonrt a jiif ot pesca could send acoutuma ira iitceiJ to jail for one dBy only, Ltvo. under the new oodr, he can ,t-J them up up for 300 daye. ty whose nnme was not learned, ,rbionfbt from the Quijotoa last eve lulerins from the bite of a cen fmi'e on bis knee. At lat ncoounts he X reported in a fair way for ro- TV? arrest of A. W. McQueen by -J officer Murphy, oaUBed much sur l'r among the friends of the former 1" jlnrpby is a little wild and erratio S audoubtedly U away off the track. (E&clirc 617, title 10 of the Compiled lW reals Every person eiiKoged or .boat to eogsge in the praotioe of medi crse. Misery or other obstetnea m this territory, etc. The ditch now being constr...

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

7 i mi J ii it 'it ft. .fa if r iw Tl5 v it ( 'J.SJ A? 1 a? I WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY. JULY 30. 1SS7. LOCAL NEWS. Iionia Eieikele, as postmaster at the HdBmmotb,b9 received his commis sion. Mr. John G. Goodman haa soli his residence nnd contemplates rcmoviDR vith his family to Los Angles. Jos, Soldini receives fresh oysters everv to doys at the Mojboa Doree, where oa can have them in any style. The sew Southern Pacific freifiht cars are larp than the older style and will hold about 10.000 pounds more freight. Mr. aud Hr. Earll Webb nrc erjjoy jB their vacation in Los Angeles. They will return home in nbout three weeks. iliss A. R. Owsley has again been selected by the Sohool Trustees of Dis trict No. 21, to teach the Wilcox school for the ensuing term. Firet Lieutenant L. A. Oraip, Adju tant of the 6th Cavalray. has been i ap pointed recruiting officer at tort Bay ard N. M., relieving Lieut. Sauds of the same regiment. The Revised Statutes gotten up by the last lej&lsture sr.. ...

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. — 6 August 1887

WEEKLY 7 CITIZEN. JWI. TUCSON, PIMA COUlViT, AltlZOXA TERRITORY, SATURDAY AUGUST. G 1887. WEKlvLY CITIZEN. jXTfUDAY. AUGUST 6. 1887. . t-rt a county of magnificent pos .v ., but we must first make these "-s!-b!e before we can utilize them. P- ' , . . , s ptcnix wants a land office, she K:ts the one from rreicoti, sne wants .v. Pne from Tucson. What a pity this cfct government was nut made for her Jesse is some talk in Southhrn Oali W1 ,f establishing a new State. The .1. II.. IhA uinl. fo: i'tsts division in I860 and by a two thirds' Tote consented to a separation. ssd rlist mere is no neeo oi on ejection Tnx editor of the Phsnix Gazette y?:e to curry fiv.-r with the outraged rj,-r'-e of Salt River valley, by rerernng jpjras;Dgly to Tucson. It won't do. j vr. the smoke be it ever so thick. t e tne Gazette's bolstering np of sb&dearig. The New York World editorially says Cst the I'latform adopted by the Ohio Dea ;rs-y is good ni far bb it goos, but tie Deccratic uominco tor Gover...

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. — 6 August 1887

weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. AUGUST 6. 1SS7. Don Cablos Velasco stated this morning that tbe Apaches bad recently killed a ma in Sonera. If tbis be eo tbe custfmary undire'Vered leak still exiita m the San Carlos reservation. What baa Lecome ot the projected alsEieda acro-e tha Snti Cruz Bottom, to the fot of the lava hills beyond? A- bu atirhi' ion to tbe th'MtnanJ nines more CO ft city it wuuld u than repay the Geneikl Fob na who was in ht city a few d-jp riuce, rX'-re-sed fut pri u the apathy of our ctii na. Wt htv-s b .hiks a? fine a grape produc ing country a the world can show, but wo have made no effort to take advan tage of it Whatetk we have copied from tbe Prescott Courier we hare religiously credited to tbht Journal. We think that Brother Marion's pastor should in struct him to do likewise. Perhaps tbe teacher of good ia oft on a summer va cation and "oil John" is taking advant age of bis absence. Some country papers bare a knack of nominating presidents. Generally a lo cal ...

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. — 6 August 1887

VJ2EKLY CITIZEN .ull!Wy. AUGUST G, 1SS7 ARIZONA'S ADVANTAGES FOR GROWING LIVE STOCK y if our paper this week, bat - rtauuteb" got out of paper, nnd s "r-j. y failed to roooh ua in time. U 'werer, we will bo back ,.01'AL NEWS. rv.eor II. E. Lncy will soon leave j - ti.p to tho bciiHide. Mr .U oi reoneylvaaia. stopped , "tr-kin oil bis vrny enst to vii-it T V ;ls acinaiatance. - ".-13 adit to have mora citizens ft Mutimoro. Ue is an enter- , " -t'jjtftio ceutlercen, nnd is do- itSt deal to develop this part of ir- : e renlar monthly mooting of the -"j i c f the l'nblie Library, will be " rA Library IIull to-morrow evening, y y oVI.-es. no money in the school f nnd , - ' tLe jx distribution, and Echool, t ! U not, it is reported, open j."' j - November tirst. l)o land grant overlnys both 1 -. thit Snnta llita aionntams, ana. ' t. ivli.vel, tabes in the Greaterville J-dge F.trerald, editor of tbe Olifton t- i4 tLe city on one of his period- t inf. lap .TndKO is u coniil, plens- 'r)' jir...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 6 August 1887

WEEKLY CITIZEN SATURDAY. AUGUST C, 1 LOCAL NEWS. ot Los of of Mr. Adolf Goldsibmidt. resident port Dor of the firm of O, Seligmann & Co., nf tn nitv is eneaned to a Miss Lazarus of San Frttiiobco. The youDR lody is possessed of many nooomplipbmentp, i.ad is b ueioe of Mr. rsowmurx Angeles. a M -TtoHn named Amabisca. eirber n h- ne: ir nmi' r of tock neHr tbt C it . ... ... . .unnii. ilnan tliB fSilR. was bit- te by h rattlesnake IbhI week, aiiil M-thiMiK"-' teaaud poltico was made ol tn- wbich lisuid to bo bo potent nniiilntn for nnh noison. tut! of the unfortunate victim conld not bo eaved. Anzonian. .Indffo G. A. Tweed died in Sou Fran- the 22nd inst. Ho was well anl favorably known on this coast, having i.l.l uwvrtrnt imnnrtant nouitinn. Iu 1S70 he was appointed by Gen. Grant to the position ot ABSociato Justice of Ari zona, end dnriuj? his term resided in Yuma. At the tima of his demise ho was a member of tho law firm of Tweed & Hancock, of I'hoenix. Tli.. TTnlf Wtv hnna...

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. — 13 August 1887

I arizonaTweekly citizb N. TUCSON, PDIA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY AUGUST. 13 1887. NO 21) WEEKLY CITIZEN- ' s vTl- ii)AY. AUGUST 13, 18S7 crfiTPrintiDg & Pnlsliing Co, i; u n K K T llliO W -V, General Manager. tVr .$ 3 OC .. 2 a 100 AOTTISIXQ KATES: each uleanent insertion 12J .. 200 terhs rest toe daily: r-i'- : f;. ui .$1000 500 . 1 Hi 3C OFFICE : . IV, 21 A- 3 ChurtU .Street. tho suoreme court vacan- f-o;p :tt:r nt ia again being revived. It j'eoa:edei by all southern men, even applicants for the plaoe. that Secretary Lsiaar will receive the appointment in cue he cures to accept it, bich he in a., probability will, and take his Beat at tie orening of the October term. Mr. Maiirow is mentioned as Limar'fl prab ab'.e successor as secretary o! tho in tenor. The journals ot the 14h legislative assembly Lave at length made their np raranee here. We do not know where It-y wre printed although they boar t" Courier imprint, but we must, say st it i poor a job as ever n far ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 13 August 1887

mi K Si? ttffl .18 m m if I ft If .. d; til to is ill a?. til 1 1R A few more rains similar to the one that fall yesterday afternoon and suffi cient grass for the coming season is as sured. Bt b recent redistribution of sohool monies, distriot number one comes in for nearly 81000 more than it had on the first deetribution. Chief Jcstice Weight is reported to have refused an annual pass over the Atlantio k Paoifio road. "We fear the Tn,iiHa rrlnnntion as 8 democrat has been somewhat neglected. "If the Democratic party hungered and thirsted for righteousness and pur ity as they do alter postofficee, two- thirds of them would bo in heaven be fore sundown,' Tee cold water oure is not popular in Texas. It was confined by at least 100, 000 majority. Prohibition was Snatoi -RAfur.n'a net scheme. Will be evei "emile" again? It is estimated that the amount of chloriding now being done will be more thn trebled within the next three months. With an abundance of water to be had in the mountains...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 13 August 1887

ffEEKLY CITIZEN SATTBWAY. AUGUST 13. 18S7 icersl A15en hftS dcollled to Perma ,SrlMtaw Tempe. J, (jroveris snflering from a ee- reV bIsed bBDl1 th feast will open in grnnd style at '-,' benntifal gardens, No charge Ube made for groand rent fimrritalstJons are due to Mr, J. Hughes of New Orleans, who via jir little berg last fall. Ue is the i Vhr of sn.'ther bouncing baby boy pother and eon doing well. Mr Sparrow, representing the San Traceco Chronicle, is in th city at ,.wto some lBnd business. Ue ItsffS for home to-nighh tm lloqui Indiaus will hold thfiir JVj.jance oh the 15th of this month th'ir nrst village about 110 miles &ei Uolbrook. kibe journals of the 14tU legislature (Wfteals areanppoeed to be gi-ron. TMC,o!nis9ioner o Immigration and i.f Territorial Superintendent of ;h3o'.s are omitted. Hoc, C. M, Strauss is actively engag ed is the labors of his office. He real that he has no sinecure and that to k? his work well np he must give it each of his time. ionr feet, two i...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 13 August 1887

fetf 'it I t Weekly Citizen. SA.TURDA.Y. AUGUST 13. 1887.- Deputy U. 8. Marshal Underwood is in Los Angelee. lire, J. a Millar has derided to tem porarily remove to San Diego, Califor nia. Mre.Ohas, ShibellhaB been Terr low with remittent fever, but is recovering. Saperviaor Andertonis quite sic at the Kosa House, but notning eenoua. Miss Jameson, a relative of Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Fiah is visiting with them at their home on Main street. r1fptTd on the No- Kales jail bids until the 22d. New bids bids have oeen cauea xor. Inr nf Mm TL GreeorV is visiting relativea and friends in Waukesha, Wisconsin. m.a'Rnii nf RnnAm'uirii have created an incidental expense fund to defray the expense or. telegrams, etc. Royal blood flowed pretty freely to- day. Jiing wuuam wemoa mo path, suffered defeat and a broken head. Ayonngmanmuatlearnto speak for hiB girl as wen as nimseuwDouuD any of liemp'a at. .bonis Deer ai auu Mineral has been discovered in the mountains near Oolton (Jam. J.qwn low are at a ...

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. — 20 August 1887

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. !I' TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY', ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY AUGUST. 20 1887. " " N0 30 . I i - 1119! Tin 73 fi Tltt H HLR is FH iiiuijuiiiiili WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATCBUAY. AUGUST 30. 18S7. fie citizen Printing & PnMslunE Co. ii 1: u n K It T II K O W X. General Manager. IVr'i -. .t Month Month. -J 3 00 .. 2 00 . 1 00 AOVEKTISINiJ BATES: hrt insertion. n-.'vlTiare. nrl iniwruoa... I 'iiave. oach salwxjnent insertion. TEE1IS FOE tilt DAILY: 200 125 .$10 00 SCO 1 SO 20 faMMhi lr Moi th . Per Week OFFICE : -. 19. 21 -3 Churrli Street. Tis whispered in heaven, that Tom my Gstes is to be relegated to private life at the nest meeting ot the prison eoamission. What's Tommy been doing tinw? As the Live Stock Association now bcssjuu ui A-resooit. nave requested the .territorial Board of Equalization to as -a. .-A- aero emu in various oounties ot the Territory, except Cochise, Apacho and rim, ni9u.ro per head; in Cochise and IMma at 11, nnd Apache at l.50 Tho board will undo...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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