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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 20 August 1887

I1U1MLlI1HI ' ' WEEKLY CITIZEN. 14 If. "&v-' ' w. te I ? 7 If :il J f& fife- 4 SATURDAY. AUGUST SO, 1887 By the death of A. Sargent, California losea one of the most useful men the state ever had. Good nprioot orchards California realize about one thousand dollars an aore. That is too much money for an Ari zonianand rather thanbe burdened with it ho prefers to raise b less remunera tive orop of lizards, horned toads and Gila monsters. Fixe California peaches are being hawked about the streets of San Fran cisco at 25 cents per basket Here the are worth 25 cents apiece and are con sidered a bargain at that nrioe. But we ought not complain, Nature has lavished on us a climate and soil that will pro duoe it we will plant The announcement of the New Mexi co and Arizona railroad company to die continue Sunday trains between Benson and Tombstone, has raised a united pro test from the people of the latter place, A petition signed by everybody, urging the'withdrawal of the order, has...

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. — 20 August 1887

ffEKLY CITIZEN. ItBDAT. AUGUST 30, 1SS7. LOCAL NEWS. , , jn.epb Durr is speedily recoTO r t m his recent severe illness to the .t-.j ttUw many friends. lying around anJ the officers ara consequently r. Barret, son of Major Barrett ed cf ti e Ssu Francisco Exnminer, ,,cr .n-foui Xouales yesterday with P,ne5 jf the IUilt Citizen mailed nr Y ta snbscrbera in San Fran "c fcJom reach the parties to whom The average reoeipts are y,' be one for every three mailed. flrt tbey go to is an unfathomable. r Muir. a former well-known divis .j'rmtendent of the Southern Pa- f ,"rjaJ. and a man whose ehnrao 'TVwjthoot a blemish, arrived in Pres '" erttrdr.y, from California, oa busi t'Vr Lls company, Presoott is Z to have snch poople oone and iebcr. Courier. Mr 0 B. Brnjovioh, owner of the f-Vt n ledse near the Southern r e 'uine. is in town to-day. This tv'i'town Jedce is the most promising in that direction to-day. It is t' ' -Vd and ia good condition for t.lJ it is said that thousands of V7 -M be...

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. — 20 August 1887

l i i;a i a Mi ft 1 mi 9 mm i 8 "-aft ft -raj t Itilf Iflil V' : i""am; i 1 i r !.. WEEKLY CITIZEN 8ATUKDAY, AUGUST 30, 1S87 LOCAL NEWS. Deputy Treasurer Heney ii very busy with the new tax roll, and will hare it completed in a short time. Major Wham. U. S, A., ot New York, ;! relieve Major Coxe as paymaatei Mrs. Smith, wife of Major Geo. B. Smith, left last week for Ban Diego, to gone two month?. The Kingston Weekly Shaft is a good paper even if it does reach our exchange tat lea eight days after date of publi ati OBpt It. G. Smither, 10th CaTalry. and Lieut. Johnson of 10th Cavalry, have eaoh been granted a month's leave of absence with permission to apply for an extention ot time if desired. The sampling works received a large shipment of ore from Globe this mora ine, with a notio9 that more would fol low. This ore has always been (hipped to Sooorro previously. R. Wood, better known as 'Bob" son of Judge J. 8. Wood, is running an expresi messenger on the Mexican Central Bail rosd...

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. — 27 August 1887

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. WEEKLY CITIZEN slTTllAy- AUGUST 27. 1887 i: t im priitins & PQlslinE Co ,ii;i:iikt HKOWX, (jcnersJ Manager. .$ 3 a .- 1 01 i -vrBTiswi bates: - insertion. ....... 0 subsequent insertion.... " FOK THE DAXX.T: 2 1 .tiooc . 1 50 OFFICE: 19. 2 23 Church Strict. able article on ngrionlt -which ojflapiea the major portion ot ci.t r I spues lo-aay, we rB iu- j. j t Mr. Clark Irvine, publisher 7".' Conntv Press, at Oregon, V : 2ri. There is ranch for oar small -.csraers to seriously consider ana sren the suggestions contained It is reported that tue itogers and u..o for hnildin? a smelt- Jii BUUVULO " h.re have been Consolidated, Both ftstleoen are now in tne easi ana nave '-imbtedY. settled upon some plan of izxios. Ica gist of this plan has not f- asJe pablio bat it is the belief that t. jpf se ' 8!K or moro money ..- -.- sifjzens of Tucson. If this H thtJ bft they will undoubtedly fail. II ftr made by the Citizins is a gen n.z5 se and will not ba enlarged 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. — 27 August 1887

Weekly Citizen. SA.TORDAT. AUGUST 27. 1887. The offioers and detective nre full to the chin wiih olaea, but they won't give them away. The California boom runs bo faat that Arizona must hurry itself up it ehe would oatoh on and boom too. "vVe publish elsewhere Historian Ban crofts ecoount of the hanging of Willis in Tneson, in 1872. There are a good many old timers here now that oonld jjire Mr. Bancroft some interesting points on that telf eume subject. TnEKE is a dearth of fruits in Califor nia, there is likewise one in Arizona, but the latter is the fault of our own people- Fruits will not grow unless trees and Tines are planted. We must not look for grapes on osctua no pears on cat-claw bushes or mesquite snags. If no would reap we must first sow. The Bev. Ghalf ee, late pastor to the good people of Globe, appears to have been an especial favorite with them. His departure for the California con rarenoe. nrenaratory to being assigned a new field of labor, causes sinoere regret. Wh...

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. — 27 August 1887

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATCKOAY. AUGUST 27, 1S87 ItrllEI'.ULY CITIZE.V lit rrplrtr Willi r.rriiorUl auil t'onulyncM. It lJut the r U rruil 10 jour friend In (be Kt. r ,et 3.o lrr Jrart for six mootfa LOCAL NEWS. THE REVISED VERSION. YT bat Y. Vi,i..i -. 11 X ailed In l.. " u x-opular. blx years have tiassed nv i , . Ion of the New Testament r SI" English spcatcing world. Fo7: cade attention had been direct! to taenia 7here the scholars in chariot ttaSffi "T? were Pursues their work. Its completion was regarded as on epoch in r ligiou. history. Many beliered tEilSo would be interested in the new yenZ o September iHh (admission day) has pa declared a legal holiday in Cali- f jrn.a. Cocbise Coanty will in all probability end s large delegrtion of her citizens to jjje Jltlea xesiimouiai preseuiuiiun. The family of Mr. James K. Brown, c05f risitmg friends in (J hio, will return toae in aoou. a uiuuiiu. jteQaijotoa road iijfreported to be I . riooded. Teams that left for that -. ti oa Monday wer...

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. — 27 August 1887

Mm mi Ma I"? ? Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1887. LOCAL NEWS. SELLING "A PICTUM. The street commissioner has done a piece of good work on Pennington street bet een Chorea street and Stone avenue. Judge J. A. Anderson, reoently quite sick at the Buss House, is reported to be convaleeing. The raise on Pima county oattle by the Territorial Board of Equalization was four per cent or about 34 oenta per head. It is said that Detective Thaoker vent to Los ADgeles on "a Bure thing." He has however wired friends here that there was "nothing in it." THe Territoral Board of Equalization rednced the assessment on railroads in Pima county $196,000. This includes ihe Southern Pacifio, Arizona and New jlexioo and the Narrow Gauge, Davidson during the present high wa tcr, is working his men on the mesa, so thai when he is again able to get into and finish his work in the bed of the Killito. the ditch will practicilly be oompleted. JJr-. Ooxe has been seriously ill at the San Xavier during t...

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. — 3 September 1887

ARIZONA UfcXYlI. WEEKLY CITIZEN. WEEKLY . CITIZEN. " S-iTCBUAT. SEPTEMBER 4, 1887. fig Citizen Prlnfins & Pabllslmis Co. ii i: It DC It T II It O W X, General Manager. i 21"'"""'- ADTXKTISISO BATZS: timt insertion.. ...... n.fjur, nrt incruon " aare, each abrs3nent insertion. TEH 313 FOB THE DAILY: f l'f f; .iM n- j: M "th rr ,V,k .$3 00 .. 2 00 .. 1 CO 200 125 .$10 00 500 . 1 M ao OFFICE : Ni... 21 & 3 Church. Street. Enterprise is the keystone to the arch cJ pmsperity. President Cleveland has varied his asnsl S10 contribution by giving ?50 to f -.o destitute fnmily ot Charles E. Ma- r mber. Macombcr was County Olerk shea Cleveland was Mayor of Buffalo, If the people of Arizona would bo rioh and independent they must be self reli ant, aocressive and enterprising. We mnst crow much of what we consume and Bit depend ss we now do on neigh boring states for the very bread we eat Tns Miles sword presentation prom' lies fair to be a grand success. It will bnc? many distinguished ...

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. — 3 September 1887

t - - Weekly citizen. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBEK 4. 1887. At it next meetinR the Board of Super visors will be called upon to select some suitable person to suooeed Sheriff E. O. Shaw, who, on Bocount of his serious illness, will be compelled to relinquish tho cilice. A majority of the Bcsrd beinR democrat, of course one of that political fBith will be appointed. The American party that at onoe threatened to cut euoh a tremenduous figure in politics, has dwindled into an rosJsciScant faotion. The time was when it could boost an enrolled mem bership of one and a bait millions; to day but one hundred thousand signers can answer its roll call. The principles of u new party, if it would live, must be laid on a broader foundation than those of notionslity or caste Theke seems to be n very strong: im pression in California, that Flood and jlaak-y were behind Dresboch and Ros enfeld in the last wheat deal. If such it the esse there ought to be some way of holding them responsible. These large onn...

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. — 3 September 1887

VEEKLY CITIZEN. .vrUBDAY. SEPTEMBER 4.1887 ri'KLV CITIZLV In lb oldest. be Tut " . Krrklr nublUhed 111 4 r lions Vtitt j.00 t J ear; !I .50 tor six month LCAL NEWS. Tneoo. Arizona, says the Virginia -. KntsrpriKO. which has seen tough rtnVis now beginning to turn trumps ,flJ h. II. Ccleis still in Lob An . .infnrtnnfttn 1R not fninvtno ke hft-t oJ nelth. Sho will return to on .n the course of a month or so. t,-t Klvnn has been appointed j-i&I' on I'1 police force Keupiug iv:s;e is Matt a old buamess and he aijsafnll hand. Oare camp still continues to raise her -.3rd as a hicu grade ore producer. oint developments in several of the the man that phot E! Macho in r -rr.o's Garden last Saudr.y, was ex- - r i.l before Judce Meyer this mom n'ftLd held to appear before the grand -r- Bail wa3 pla-'tu at so.wu. Th? Citizen acknowledsee reoeipt -s?ess-'0 complimentary to the Fourth Fair of the Arizona Industrial FtnTsi'.m. to bo held in Ptasnix Oct. rth to --d, inclusive. irn'j.ants for 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. — 3 September 1887

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. 1887 LOCAL NEWS. A young Arizonian shot LimBeHlast evening in San Bernardino, while flour ishing a pistol in a foolish, drnnken manner. He is not dangerously injured. Semi Tropic First Lieutenant J. A. Baldwin, 9th Infantry, is relieved as Judge Advocate of the general court martial convened at Fort Thomas, A. T., and First Lieu tenant R. D. Read, jr., 10 Cavalry is ap pointed in his stead. Services in commemoration of San Augustine, the patron saint of the Oath olio clmroh will bo oelebrated with prent pomp. Yespore Twill be sung at 6:15 shin evening and likewise to-morrow r.t 8:30, Services will be conduoted by theRov. Juan Chauoot, of Yuma. Tho Mexican Army is composed of Generals of Division, 20: Brigadier Oeuerals, 86; Generals, retired, 1C; Chiefs 1S87; Officers, 2634; Infantry, 20, i0G; Cnvilry, 7.658 Artillery, 2,158, Med ical Officers, 226; Staffs, 5; Supreme Court, 1 Sscrotarys of War. 9; Horses, 7.1BS; Males, 2,784; Total, 30,275 men...

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. — 10 September 1887

.ItT " eaai - ., T l ir ARIZONA WEEKLI 7 0LXVI1. . ! TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1887. F " . : : CITIZEN r SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 10. 1837. 152 Citizen Printme & Putilisuw Co. ii k n n k it t it n o w n. General Manager. S.x Month Months. .$ 3 00 .. 2 0U .100 AOTEBTISIXO BATK3: 0.. Square-, lirst insertion.... ...... ....... 200 0- eSiioare, each i-ubMjaent insertion..... 125 TEE US FOB TOE CULT: P - War Sii Montli.. j - Month. 1t Week . S10 00 300 . 1 SO OFFICE : u. 21 Jt "3 Church Street. The WEEKLY CITIZEN' ! the oldrt, twM ami cheapest weekly publUhed lu Irlion.i rrlrc $3.00 per year; SIM for Ix uionlbS. Acting Commissioner Stoekslager has issued the necessary instructions to carry into effect Secretary Lamar's certain i deantty loads as follows; Southern Pa cilio railroad of California, about 4.000.- UOO.000 acres; Dallas Military road of Oregon, ubout 1.000,000 acres; Alabama .t Chattanooga rsilroad of Alubamn, about iiiOU.OOO acres; covered ...

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. — 10 September 1887

weekly citizen. 8AT0RDAY. SEPTEMBER 1ft 1887 Ruhobs of tho Narrow 'Gauge trant f er are still afloat Thus far, boweTer, nothing definite is publicly known, bat the general Uriah is that said transfer be right speedily made. It is reported that the Regents of the University will reconsider their action relative to the bonng for artesian water at its last session. It is the sentiment of oar citizens almost with one aooord that this should be done. The success of one artesian well in the territory will lead to the boring of a thousand others. Let th well be sank. Socthebn Arizona is in holiday ut- tire, both mountain and plain are grass covered and painted with the bright hues of seini-tropio flowers. PlainB that bat a few weeks since were burned brown and bare by the summer sun axe now as meadows with luxuriant grasses waring in the wind. Lands upon which prior to the coming of the summer rains. oould not show one blade of grass are now being mowed for bay,so rapid is the gowth of veg...

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. — 10 September 1887

1 I - Weekly Citizen. TCB1MY. SEPTEMBER 10,1887, CAIj news .f Abe Marx ami family expeot tii- to take up their reaidence either fO'r'.-.l rKnn Francisco. ia Ui""-" v - Wx. Campbell, who bns been Xft Lit Anselea Inst evemnij. Th. Territorial Disiriot Oonrt. the L-1,c.. .) nt t(l n en. afil 3W" "v i' ii Piiul brought in a ton ot copper 1 ' u. i -1 i g or . i..'n m. Ho broutrht all his cm- " ia vesterday, nnd paid them off. ibe criminal calender to be disposed . . -u . .on-inir session of the District I t.t ;S said to be the largest Pima - V CVCI utii. AT V. Shar. brother of K. sljt was yesterday appointed Sheriff ?-Fjs county, viae E. O. Shaw, re Vri Supervisors Aaderr-on and Proo ,"v 'l-K a 'be affirmative, Chairman n Lun has accepted the po3i- , . ihvntF i'OJixnas.er m oaiet? . - . i 1 . i i ,eiV0 lor ms uo jiiuuu oi uuni a. "... . Cir man, and will no donbt jrivt , .. ,.,!imnl thnt occasioned the dc t . "a c he west bound express, took .j iu San Jiiinon vaiiey, xne on- - m of abjni...

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. — 10 September 1887

WEEKLY CITIZEN. BAT DR DAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1887 LOCAL NEWS. The A. O. TJ. W. Lodges ia this oitr have reduced their does from one dol lar to fifty cents per month. On Saturday lust Mr. Leo Goldschmidt Fold a car load ot furniture to the 0. T. llayden aiilling Company, of Tempe. Mr. J. F. Mayhen ot the Half-way house between Florence nnd Casa Grande is in the city to attend the meet ing of cattle men called (or this evening. Mrs. Judge Campbell and son John nie came from Santa Monica yesterday, and are the guests of Judge nnd Mrs. Barnes. One ot the Bogan boys struck it rich in his olaim at the Olive, recently. The peam is not wide, and the oro looke common-Dlace. but it is said to bo ex ceedingly rich. Mr, I). T. Elmore, superintendent of the famous Tortilita group, came iu with his usual bullion 6hipment to-day The bar weighed 210 pounds. Prescriptions carefully compounded and fresh drucs always on band, at Mr F. Fleishman's drug store, corner Meyer and Congress streets. Mr. Al. Ric...

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. — 17 September 1887

WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL W1I. 'TEEELY CITIZEN. rt KHAY. SEPTEMBER 17, 1S87 iljCtien Printing & PnMislfflis Co a t u i: ' T II K U V , General Manager. rf ADVCSTWXO SATES: 3 00 200 i n arft inxrtiira.. 203 2" ' ,:n-!ii-a!eouerit insertion..... 123 TEEJtS ron the d.ult: j-tT -J S-s'b r J P.s k .10 00 500 . 1 SO OFFICE : ,. lt. -I & -3 Church Street. The question of water storage urination are the most important :t before tbe people of Southern iinstJ-day. Central Arizona Las -i .r-r? nrnmises better every SCil 1 .- .i i7ii i i trnkin? no to .xcriaeju .W-"- -r n!s and is utilizing ber great canyons er wster storage pcrpc ses, but Soath- s Arizona wiiu us buuhuuo ui . 1 1 . T&sts;es over lier neignuorr, wu sie The t.rae, however, will come when wl wake np to aer interests. Its, too. let us hope, in tbe imm ulc future. and sub- Art done day. ber nd- leeps. 6he and di Ao-jb isa lae American Banker. ih3T.rts ot foreigners to acquire large trtets of Ian J in thin country having trf5 ...

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. — 17 September 1887

?7i7l7f?T7 T V HT'TTyP'N ployees of the land office were never 6b WV biLKL, 1 Ul lIZ,if rnshed with work M D0W. All this has SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 17, 1SS7 been brought about a before said, by the success of one lone artesian weii. nn ucrannt of the washout we could I There is no Arizonian tna. orecmea not tret our paper in. and have thus been I but what will maintain the superiority forced to the daily sue for this wee, oi mis country ns an Bgnmiu.i try, over the arid sage brush plains oi All are agreed that monty judicious-1 Nevada. Our soils have been tried anu lv hxneuded in nrosnectinir for artesian found perfect, but they most nave water. i .. . ... .i. i. , water is well used. For the rapidity of vegetable gro-.u world cannot match much leeo surpass A eutErrn re&Jiug of ordinance ob. m. In a lnnd where rrops can be plan.- pablUhed elft'whero will give property J ed and matured in a few weeks, homes owners a icood idea of the amount of city I WJu be eagerly sought by the tho...

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. — 17 September 1887

CITIZEN. T .A lEMBKU I7,lb87 .ciug taken 10 Iho ars. or la dollars insters, E. Li. Wet .um fify ceuts to a , j-cj. aesarJinir to size. Quijotoa state that fill W.-UIB t -a of forty-eight hours' - ir; in froin the south, m fniror ooudttiou t Hiiv t:uio oiuoo uh c uutr. - a arrived from Wi" ,,t;" ' i ci to-morrow. i tiueu to be on noted. to ie l , : alove i required C13a court The hbbd on W.'.il "s still continue to o:mgre : le Turk. Some go to " ."1 t" ' i?as games, und All tire ruou feetly vi .t they seo uud the ?.t they receive from t, r probability that tho '. will abandon the L- Citaga end build "11 1 Hud this done ' s criminally coastrcet- T.- Fuved the cjinpnay tf dollars. , "ritockmm of Soco " .. a gtjckmaa o Arizo-- ,rgs Roskrugo is any i monuments, and paying ias ato " itna county but for the r.'3"e at Washington. j Ort:z will be called . ne his JciiiBaasuip or s very respectable ' .Le Citizkn office, the I i- ': " is hereby given "u duly appears. . :.nd takes said once i . ...

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. — 17 September 1887

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, lEb7. LOCAL KKWS. In the year of 16C8. tho Rillito was four feet higher thau it is at tho present time. Parties coining in from the Bants Ritas, by way oi Davidson's e&uycn. re port tho refills us badly washed. The orchard and garden at tho old Horshaw ploce are almost irreparably ruined. Veg etatiou and trees were uprooted and car neu away. There i no knowing when the tram from the west will arrive as washouts are reported at Red ltock, Rilhto and Picocho. Iho company, however, tro working every available man nnd uei every effort to put the road again in rnu uing oruer. The whereabouts of Henry Kshrs is wanted to be known by his brother Herman Khrs. Anyone bavin? the in formation sought will confer a favor by addreering the above at No. 20, Fulton street. New York city. Henry Kibre formerly resided here. r resh fruit that camo in by express yesterdup, orsgiaall y destines far points east, was sold at tho office yesterday for jnst what it ...

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. — 24 September 1887

t WEEKLY VOL XVII. CITIZEN. V CEKLY CITIZEN. mUTEDM". SEPTEMBER 21 1.7 zen Prints & PDWisliiDg Co f K K t. K T It K O IV tituoral Manager. 1 .Jl 51 mill . :.rat iHwrtum. ....... ....... , eacti eutwtMUfiit uivertlun... ISEMS ?OB THE imily: .$ 3 CO .. 1 w ztx ,r ur-. .Slot j a u 1 sv OFFICE: 11 X "3 Church strcot. r ta.'ilwi bishops must stop chaw i .liiJWtJ. Tho General Conference Ls t t;j pcutiouei to make the use at t.M. sa impediment to consecration wh.-'Uis ops im.'tf. is many oi me c-urcii lights cau never aspire to fij 'i-'joj fut aisy jab" they are ptiv ;..;ca t J "chaw" uway. Is i.a interview with John J. Vuloc W, president of Wella, Fargo & Go., Le5 reported to huve eaid that the .i e?t . we?, through robbery.susttiined I, t. company, were u Arizona, Texas i.jw ileno, aad hat hereafter. fcl-osJ precautious will be token by tb c Ljaay to secure their property by t-c earl yment of an additional force. Vi'HiLE the people of the Salt and Gila v. -js are building reservo...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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