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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 24 September 1887

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1E87 At no distant day, Arizona will event ually become a great state. A good ir rigating system will do much to aid and assist its growth. The Atchison nnd Topekn railroad hnp.it is reported, taken New Mexico nninr itn trie i; and nnmoses to boom her for all 6heia worth. It the South ern Pacifio will look kindly in n like di nntinn in favor of Arizona. Bbe tco will boom. AoooKPisa to the prognostications of Prof. Wiggins, September 19tb was rinv fired on bv old Damo Nature to eo shopping and give the elements chance to whoop it np in grand style. Tho storm was to be a regular snorter. a genuine oyclono breeder from tho fa west; but it didn't oome nnd Wiggins -is a prevaricator from nwBy back. Engineers are at work running the lines of the proposed Yerdo reservation for the 1200 Apaohe Indians General Miles purposes to remove from San Car los to thakplacs. This looks much as if this meritorious project would speedily be carried into effect, no...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 24 September 1887

, I 1 ;,U U. NEWS. rtiii eoKoKeinent between 1 r. ' .y oh and ldulovioh - ? Miss breeovicu is - t .1 fvr say met hut no snob en. , ,s a combination saloon .J'V.n.J. Although Boptirnted ,t ri.jt rooms, mey nr as itroans it ootn rooms l'rrh Key West nnd Mer- .c-taatly on bund. , . innJ jnapinfr is reported C - .". ..;. of town, Parties who r j nnd r.re tbought to be with tne law, are the t ' j0 paat extent this is being sa--1 , ; u.nnitely known, C'-f Vv KiJ' ia,e proprietor tne 1 " " iii.;el has furnished tbe I . "mL.a the corner of ileyer i:- - .... '-and took charge to-day. ", l BmBuanemsnttheaen- t- 1 ,'.;.j bdjomeone of the most - , tatwua in sue country, u.,- Mo Yuma has been njrain 1 ! ....ns wiuleBTa here es ns- .ii ih-r break occurs, which " - mhU' as the Indications nre ,k Yr I.e i h:svi!y towards the wetst ... u f mniseban was in from , , V "iro ver-terday. He reports , ." - and Cant. Smith's bands ".V living on the herds of . . wber. and thnt the feeling . .' -.auB aotjoun...

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. — 24 September 1887

I fc-x. . ?- - - " - - - - '- n a i i 1 1 i ! r nn 1 I- ' ' " 1 1 - A,W'MWP''1 T WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 24. 1887 Mr. O. R. Robinson, representing the Abietine Medical Company of Oroville, California, is in tho city, California papers of the 13th instant have rerersed rules in honor of the late Governor Bartlett. A bunch of keys picked up in the lobby of the postoffico this morning, can be had by calling at the Citizen utiioe. Judges John Hayces and T. li. Stiles oame in by the delayed train last night. Both were in attendance on conrt to-day, Lieut. O. P. Noyes. 9lh Infantry, has btea promoted Grst lieutenant of tho same rieimont. This wall cn him to Company G, now stationed at San Car los. The Salt River Valley Xews has tired of its old name and will hornafter be known as the Tempe News. It is an ex cellent little paper and finds favor in the sunt of many. The present storm prostrated the wires between here and Los Angeles , and it wai near three p. m.. be'oro com mnni...

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. — 1 October 1887

t ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. XEEKLY CITIZEN. ATUimAY. OCTOBER 1, 1S87 UCaizeiPriBiiBg & PnMsliiiiE Co II UK 11 Kit T It It OWN. tieueral Manager. r "- $ SCO 2 00 " - .. Vonthr I 10 ADTEUTISIXa SATESt n $iun. lirst insertion 200 t iare,fieh !UMont iusortion..... 123 TEEMS FOE TUE DAILY: j x H'Tth ,y ;...'b .SHI l 5U) . 1 50 OFFICE : No.. CI 23 Church Slrwt. Ft Paso is to be made a ten company -t aai the people are jubilant thereat Cokohessman Mills, of Texas, says of tl- Xita inia Democrats bat the platform adapted by the eo-called Democratic Dirty of Virginia wa something extroor dinary. It mast di'gnst every Demo crat both in and out of the state. The present leader? of the Democratic party m Virgiria are the queerest pet of im b'O'Ies thst ever ruined a state. The Maricopa Bor.nl of Supervisors TjfeJ ?5l0 in aid of the Phenix Immi gration Union: the Arizona Canal com pr.ny Live iriven 5200, the Grand cannl $J(i0, Silt Biver Valley canal $150 sod tc Mirioopc cal $50. This ia enter...

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. — 1 October 1887

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY, OOTOBEK 11S87 GekehjUj W. T. Shkbuas Laving signified his willingneeB to acoepi the command of tho Grand Army ot the ReDublic. will undoubtedly be elected to that distinguished position without opposition. The Calico Print has oaught the Ban Knnm fever and will soon be re- moved from Calico to that place. It al loys was a good, newsy paper and we tr;ti it success in its new field ot ven ture. Actiko-Secbetaey. Mbxdbow denied a motion whioh was filed by the Northern Pacific Kailroad Company, asking for a review and reversal of the departmental decision ot Autrast 15. 1887, in the mat ter ot restoring to the publio domain land heretofore withdrawn for idemnity purposes under their grant. Tut. fnnrtepn Amerioan invention of world-wide adoption are: 1. the cot ton Kin; 2, tho planting maohine; 3, the -toes mower and reaper; 4, the rotary ,rinticg press; 5, navigation by steam; K. the hot-air engine; 7, the sewing ma- Viint- s tfin Tnilin-rnbber industry: u. , -...

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. — 1 October 1887

Li;KLY CITIZEN t : ,aS. OCTOBER 1, 1887 LOVL NEWS. ,..r r-turnt'd yc-stcrday from a visit to Saa Franoisoo, to lJ ' . vTts colled on account of . u.e Nther, y well Known as a teacher v.tberu Anzouu, reiarnea j - Wisconsin a few dnvn r , b r improving rapidly, and it tni results will follow bis , ai u weakness iu tbo leg . u uudrd. .j- . ..- Dt fainrn 7T"rt nf7.ira Ota " ........ n Cnnf.. O.. - - i'ms is a good, bay for . .ae-t otsueh property. , Hivi-ri; will oo2ttsto&so Lad . nag before Judge Satter n iL. .ruing. A postponement ; . ixXt week wbeu it will be .j by consent of u:l parties iock in the county treelnr , at of kilter for tho pnat ii: .in tint in order by Mr, ijo.-umc. That gentleman i-j i-ach matters sad gener is when Others fell. iii Assistant Surgeon J. 13, s reported for duty tit Fort ;hc GipUiu baa great faith in .f i'ucsjn where be, tor the icsrr.has had considerable Ojite teeently be purchased .. !I T. Esean . Clifton, is in- the , uriMess of a legal nature. CoL...

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. — 1 October 1887

" - " , 1 rni.AlV TfnitllKIiY. ! I " I Weekly Citizen, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1S87 LOCAIi KUVrS. There was quite n largo congregation r.tTuf IfctbodiBt Church last night, and five an.tedith tbe Churob. T)r W. S. Wardell returned from cXVaJo Spring to-dar,and will reside htrs curing the coming winter. Mrs. Royal A. Johnson will leave for bo u. oocompanied by a Bister of air. Joimaon, on the fifth of October. Holland Morghan and Miss Troffer, uuer mdiotment lor murder, were- ao quiMfd in the district oourt on tiutur tluy evening last. Foliar Chasott, of Yuma, on SundBV announced that he would not hear con fefljiona from parents of children attend- i i - i 1 .t-V. i Vi hit vinL'TltlV inn me puuua buuuui, " -- denounced. Tho citizens are excited and ludiguant. oenimei. - w Tt T- ol n;.f!l Atftnrnav nf air. I. diuuu, " v Pinal County, is in the city on business of a legal oharacter. Mr. 8loan is a bright and able lawyer, and Pinal did a orodit to herself in electing him to the prominent po...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 8 October 1887

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZE N. VOL XVII. WEEKLY CITIZEN. SArCKDAY. OOTOBEH 8, 1387 TIi; Citizen Prinlins & PnliMmg Co TUOSOfl. PIMA COUNTY, AltlZOXA TERRITORY, SATURDAY OCTOBER 8 1887. ii i: it u i: it t it it o w x. General Manager. T Mo -Sw --- ." AUVERTlStXfJ KATES: $;U!ire, rirst insertion............... s'nsre.eBchsabseaupntinHertion... TEBSI9 YOU TUE 1MILT: . 3 00 .. 1 00 200 125 - Y .r . M : U .$10 00 500 . 1 50 iVr Week. ... lJ, OFFICE : 21 Jt 23 Cliurcli Street. Ir rerorts bo true, nnd truly they tj.ni to be well founded, the people cf Tucson will bear something heavy drop within the nest few days. Ir Cleveland rerpects the interstate state commerce lav nnd pays his way on his present junketing trip it will cost hta the nice httle sum of f 10.000. It i h never. whispered that ho will be nothing out of pocket. m . . . ' IcXnpeSl 1Q 8 tea nnt tween tee Frenoh and Germans over a Ilttla fiPmnmniT m.ui. :.it . , , n uaiiu luuajpna m on i: t.., or, uue, uoiu governments are mak ing...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 8 October 1887

tTfl? ? irt-'" weekly Citizen SATURDAY, OCTOBER &, 16S7 New Mexico haa seven doily papers, Aritcnn eeos her hand and goes Ler one better. Rotal A. Johnson was elected lo the oity council last evtuiug to represent the first ward, vioe W, H. Smith, re Bigned. The eleotion ot Mr, Johnson le a most excellent one. If the Paul smelter proposition bo ac cepted, he will agree to blow in snid smelter every Monday morning and keep it in operation eo long as there are ores to work, nnd in case one stscfc Ehall Drove insufficient to handlo said ores, n . . . . i . mi " neoond one will be miuea tnereto. -ims proposition to our mind, is the beat one that has yd been made to the public and wo trait that those interested will tic-o it in that light. "lF tho people of Tuojou and contign- ous camps know a good thing when they see it they will not let the Paul amelter nrocosition uo by them. For years efforts have been rnide to secure ft smel ter plant in this place, and to adventur ous strangers ...

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. — 8 October 1887

A EEKLY CITIZEN. miTKiUl. OCTOBER 8. 1SS7 LOCAL MSWS. M s Malffr ln accepted a position 'feller in tbe public 60I100I nt Ari- .6. o ,f H imon Sardinia, cnnreed , tnlinsr, was tried tbi? morn it district court. nro milts ot freight truins at IV-'t wnu' o theia lftden Lotb for "Bt niid west. i- sampling works cantinaes to do pt; .n-mei'!a. Honesty in the band it c! ore3 by Mr. Wares id Rnaranteed. L-r F. B- Fowlri 4111 Oavalry on -Tut tsu Carlos, arrived in tbo city h fm lovinc pnblis will rejrret to wt Mr. J. O. Nol has been com- rsiic1 hi? JTacson pasaRement l; lesaottimo. C D Qixe is in from the San li titoriuH. h fays, cat up ttio j. KiirJens, but more tbnn repaid . ,:uBfft dene by the itrent weahh . t- which the country is cjv- i I al Mead has summoned wit , r m San Corlue and will present "is Van Blatters to the Knd jury - t consideration. It poems that - -fon in thew twos lies cxdasire- r tv United Stetet!. . r. in the railway mail ?crvi; : rbi tied coming in from the ti.u-.ta ...

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. — 8 October 1887

rvr-. WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, LOCAL NEWS. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Jnoobs are in - London. An assistant principal for the publics eohool is expected shortly to arrive. Supervisor John Anderson ia anin reported to be seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs W. T. Sloan of Hnrshaw ere in the city. The Davidson ditoh company are again Bt work in the Rillito, undoing the work of the recent freshet. A well known lady in this city a few days ago endeavored to make a cake with hard boiled ecus. W. EL Harper, general nsant of the Southern Pacifio, has returned after nn absence of several months. Mrs, II. Hammond Cole has returned from California where she has been spending the summer. Lieut. Slaven, a recent graduate of West Point, joined Oapt. Wint's troop, 4th Cavalry at Fort Lowell n few days einoo. K. A. Ray, looal ticket agent of the 8. P. R. It., has returned from an extended trip through Canada and the Eastern (States. Mr. Gnus. R. Wores recently made a trip to El Paso. He reports the ne Bm...

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. — 15 October 1887

i '1ffif? ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. nil vvn VEEK-LY CITIZEN. jAilK 'AY. OCTOBER 15. 1SS7 --FrotiES & Pali ilsbine Co ,1 K IS i: It T It It O AV X, tirneral Manager. 1 - Z CM " r 1 (W AJVEBTIMNA UATES: . . i inwtiwn.. ....... ........ 2ft) , v- j. .. -atMimut insertion..... 12 ::" roR the dailt: Siu m soi t w OFFICE : o. 10. 21 23 Church Street. ""ar Lyr.:hburg (V.) Nows says the c TBt f Virginia mast get dowa lK.)5 r61 splittin" instead of sky t 'rr j if tbey expect to win, and iht Lciirk j mcs inn most doleful waii T.-'tiieprp'-tof pefe.-.t. It at At orTT is fust bec-miog fa. rc.as ort. ' stere lily ot inoranee of . - p ,1 Out of a .ensns population c( m she Las but l 'lO school children .tr.ta the nc -s G "E IS. What b Ay it a bey iive s faraway from Pima asiy. "ira abut 1-HiO or 1500 Apaohe In j-.? devots-d Jo agriculture, eettled on is 'trdf, Yavapai ooan y will have a iiLC'" t boom, For the past twenty rs L has liMn given over to the ;. .i-.l luoas ot the Hassayamperfi t v :J...

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. — 15 October 1887

Weekly Citizen. BATDRDAT, OCTOBER 15. 1887 The Board of Supervisors purpose to hold b meeting end petition Congress to approve the JfaadinsrAot passed by the last legislature. This petition will be presented and pressed by delegate Smith. If sueoessful in fietting it through, as he in all probability will, it will do muoh t oonfirm him in favor with the people of the territory. With the seal of coagresrional sanction on the funding bill, Tima and other conn tieg could readily affeot the disposition of their surplus indebtedness, that is the indebtedaesa over and above tho four per cent, allowed by the restriction law, and plaoe themselves on a oash basis. If this be done many thousands of dol lars will be annually saved to Tima County alono. The Phenix Gazette ha8 hardly time to get acquainted with its owners when anew crew clambers on board and a. Btrnnger captain goes to the helm. The recent transfer is a surprise to no one, as the result has long been foreseen. Boss ism is not in...

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. — 15 October 1887

1 1 1 Vi:Eiav CITIZEN. -ii. :: 'AY. ooroiJER 15. iss? O 'AL NEWS. r t'.jT.nod liia brother Ghal- -. ... ...i .i..i., ; i-mw m son Diotjo, Cnl. j 8'it' prond jurors nrt in the i),snct Attorney Jeffords, t .' . t 100 por diem. ti iDvoa pr.sml ihrongh Tucson J" t -". on route to join v. 1;. . 2fa n luei !'t r'r'T who borrowed tbe bound . " V EEKIiV Citizen tor 1S77, - , r-tarn it, be will confer u . i r in this f fiicc. - m ith. rn i'loinu rosd will rnn s ? 'ch fitted like n Pullman, " . tKt without extra cbiirgo to r. r 1' ?n tbe 10th Recounted to " j u ,.,-n hundredth inche. Trie f'..i for Ootcber i one nnd i. Luuaredsh mohe. v are savin up their qunttarp whiCii is annonuced to be . t l"ih T il-'t,! Loiel i mkine extensive t j. r Teimiui!'. l'he bur und : 'fts betu rtflojrcd nd thu '13- bsuitter chu be heard ' ,Ld;st eanforenee wlncb in , : , j -a here on Thcrwlcy next J h atioutlurlSMurff;- ;;,(ia msiou t.iwnt four or . it-it-s are ratine nnuusll i - ra ten to tw. ut-Bve dollars -.v...

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. — 15 October 1887

weekly citizen. SATURDAY, OOTOBEB IB. 16S7 LOCAL NEWS. all Robinson's Circus will bo here in itR ilorv on thn 18th. Judge Barnes haB cone to Bolmonville to open the Graham county couri. t n Hnmnnm and wife have re turned from San Fr-ncieco. raid has been en Raged to teach in the publio schools at aolmonvule. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Jacobs are now ; v-t York, and will return in about two weeks. Sartreon P. J. A. Cleary, stationed at Vnrt Union. New Mexico, has been or- deeed to Fort Hnaohnca. Tha psrents of Mayor W. E. Steveps ore shortly expeo:ed to pay bim a visit. Tbey reside in Nashua, New Hampshire, Col. Stanford, at one time well known here and in Tombstone, is practicing law nt Juneau, Alaska. John Ivancovica the well-known pro duce lnerchaut.is papering and painting his Htore. and otherwise making it at trtictive. Mr. T. Czerwinsky has returned from Sen Diego and will take charge of the Combination store owned by Dawer & Vethaver, on Fifth street, on the flrot ot November. Tom...

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. — 22 October 1887

ARIZ ONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. 2LXUf- TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY OCTOBER 22 1887. t . .. i r - - . '-I YiKLY CITIZEN. ,vj4iwiy. October 22. isst l iiw rniiiias & Fnblisbiiig Co II I. Kit i:KI II Ii OWN, U Xanjcr,, " -.... 1 u lVvnSt'0 BATKS: -r-t ineertKm 20u , Ji, ,ouc:i"abMetinbortiBii 13 TXUMS WW THE DAILY: OFFICE : lJ II 1 23 Church Street. &IM 1 St' iv KTt -isnwell horetl on the sub . , p:n at Raton, New Mexico, t ,- ryO feet tapped n strong vein , "jf X;. ias on this article sa b snr f" - - Jact. C- J 'he, don't get angry and eoy - iiti t jinss about u?. It makes be "isalfjelBml fel weary, nnd you t. w.J tn, "it's mighty unhealthy to bo fick" To mnch i6131 un,il mede t" . uril tbiJW orifiinal in John'scase. Have a care Jobs lest ii swamp the Ga- ri:oTU-MAL interposition ts ployed .-t. ' oi LAp those thai helps tfcem ftlT4.'3. Tne reoner our people wako up t !:.-' n.aziion of thia every day t.".:: IL.' sooner will our town and ; uatyiuternpoa un era o pr...

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. — 22 October 1887

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 18S7 Boss Shetaed when governor of the District of Columbia was threatened with death for his lavish use of money m beautifying the streets of Washington in defiance of the wishes of its citizens. And now after a lapse of years he returns to that city and is accorded all tho hon ors of n public benefactor. Will not soma geniuses up 'and eimilarily try his hand on Tucson. The Western Reserve farmer of Illi nois', appears to be fully np to the average reading olass. Out of a venire of 1H impanneled to try a murder case, not one was present but what had read the newspapers and was more or loss fa miliar with the details of tho tragedy, and because of this none wero allowed to serve. In tho eyes of the law the non reading public only make good jurymen. Acookdiko to telegraphic advices, the Washington authorities do not purpose to turn Geronimo over to the civil au thorities in Arizona, although Secretary Endtcott acknowledges him a white ele phant on th...

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. — 22 October 1887

V, i:i:kly Citizen. Vint,,AY OCTOBER '22. ies7 LOCAL NEWS. ; ,.t cd as c-ver brought to Tucson .o' L. sreain the several nieatmur- j ; i ;.-- city. i.-c aa rI' i"1110!1 ' grapeB grown f Lmard of A. L. Henshnw, of Pho- r i w over fifteen pound?. II. Jucobs is shortly expected ." " i route from the east to Ban s 4 ft! J that one of our Judges - j muc'.y of man when be ran tip the thitnblo gutne for sixty dol- , a. u l,or Barter late proprietor of the -i i- s written Col. Darr that he is i"L " ' K9 B BJhin ossooiatod ('j is former partner Reyniert, in the w -f jner biuinMH, r-urch going peoplo ot Tomb- - whiiu-d the Rev. G. L. Pearson re . " ' th :a f r another year rind . kii accordingly granted by '.rtneo. -. fr. stispicca for the November : wjll bo an engraving from the s 1 - paioting by 1. is. Churoh,.call Vtftiry Tale.' The meaning o the r i- luterpreted by an anonymous j lii a sonnet of sublime conception. ru L?ige No., 1 A. O. TJ. W. will ."n. if their successful ocial and lit--...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 22 October 1887

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1887 LOCAL NEWS. Mrs. J- M. Ormsby and young son ar rived from California a few daya einoe. Mr. Ohas. Hildebrandt of La Noria, is in the city. Mr. J. II. J. Kane, publisher of Rob inson's circus programmes, 13 in the city attending to business. KT. Downs, -who for tie past year has occupied the Methodist cburoh pul pit, has been assigned to Globe. The Baptist Church last evening gave Bev. M. M. Hitobcock a call to its pul pit. Mr. Hitchcock accepted the calL The Messrs. Prootor and Dowdies re cently purchased fifty-three blooded bulls for their range on the Gila Bbovo Solomonville. Troop G, 4th U. S. Cavalry, 11 at Fort Bowie, offer a reward of 8400 for the arrest and conviction of the mur der of their comrade William O. Drake, at Sulphur Spring?, on the 29th of De cember last. The telegraph line to Globe has been restablished to the joy of the good peo ple of that handsome little burg. Globe is too important a point 10 be reached only by mall 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. — 29 October 1887

1 ..-turn iv. nti...r-.biu- ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN - TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY. ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATHRTiav nryrmvrcn 9Q irh7 tVi:i-:ivLY Citizen. svTlBDaY, OCTOBER 29. 1BS7 :uj Friatins & PoDlIsiiiog: Co a i i; it i: v. t n i: o w rter.Mixl MftiiflKcr. i-TKTI3ISO UVTE3: r.rt inirtMHt.... , eacu suusooueat insertion. TEiiMS ron TBE UAILV: .. 1 Ut 201 IS . S10 00 SCO . 1 JO NO 41 r- r.. OFFICE : il .V 23 Church Street. As Inlun aeat by the uamo of Hall, - ji; J last July, is a defaulter to the , -ivUhHt. Mi. Hall ia n Texan, rss h:hly recommended to the - 's....r.ty prominent democrats of his S2 .eI other southern stutts. Tura L rals "nt. At Isst it i As a though we oro to t .o a smelter in the near future. The I" . .1 pr . position is asnowledsed to ba the best ever t at he?. -re the Tncsoa pub lic. A p rt: of Ifae money has already t a rel-J r.nJ there is every rroba "..tv th'. the balance will ba, forth- u:zg Jao cotnmitteo in ohGrge are .iterrris.cg and active business raen, isiik...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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