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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 29 October 1887

Weekly Citizen. BATURDaY, OCTOBER 29, 1B87 Tnn population ot Kansas increased 592,459 within tho last six r- The boom evidently la not all going towards California. The Phenix Advance characterizes the recent fair a. a signal t&- H"e ockyingis evidently in ill accord with tbe ideas of Bgrionltnral people. Tnc business failures in the last seven days number for the United States 172 and for Canada 29, or a total of 291, compared with a total of 202 last week and 193 in the correBonding week last year. Ira vote on tho Indian transfer pro position WD8 taken in Yavapai County to-day, it would stand about even on the pros and cons. This tho Preseott papers, if actuated by a spirit ot truth, must surely odmi'. . Gbocxd for the University building :n v. l, . i n m.. to-morrow. A Villi UP utuacw m. f r large concourse of our citizens will be present to witness and tase pa u r,n-f for the occasion. ucrcuuuioa ov4Mr It is hoped that the outpouring will be .... . .1 r Z .InnI nnnocinn one ...

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. — 29 October 1887

EEKLY CITIZEN. . . l,UY. OCTOBER '20, 1SS7 " . . : aud J. A. Roark have ro- " j r. 2. l'renix. - w;rter promises to bo a very gay l Lpbraim. amor.t; tho leadiBfr 4 2ojjaiee, is iu use city. 'rt Yhi.li? Heal is said to bo quite . X llrocn, formerly supar- :.! tte Vultaro mino, but now - t . f I'teaix. is in tho city. s 1 Art.L Ice Company ehat down to , ico enough ahead to last mxtupriinr. ' i Jsoki'oa, an old newspaper gone to Noirales to start " . T ;rc.3l in trst bright little town. to hy passes that Ool. Dnrr TvC-ivo now goode, including s. . pickles, jelliee, sauces, wine?, - - rdH thousand and ono other , "j t -t -isty men, b11 told, nre employ-.- tu Bonanza and Locomotive Oa the latter three ehitta of t - x- a each are at work. -,-. v y? Lewis nnd troupo will ,Jpyin the opera bouse on of the second and third of , j r. ri.iv o the Albuqnrqne Citizen v-lf'n A. Miles has presented , ."-.a s s-at horse toCbas. O'Connor r ' , 1 1 tL t city. The pony is a ' . ,1 .knj iittle animal, ...

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. — 29 October 1887

nan V rte-ai Weekly citizen. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 29. l7 LOCAL NEWS. There are said to bo ten rBflroBd nen in tho hospital suffering from injuries received on the road. Dan Johnson, one ol the ojf of Greaterville. in the city, with a baton of ore for the eamphns orkfl. Tuof. ShnKrne, lato private of Troop A 4th Cavalry, now in confinement at Fort Lowell, has been ordered sent to tho state penitentiary at Linsinfr, Hau- EBF. Ti.iaftn'a ATftMcino for November, is at hand. The magazine is one of the oldest and best Fashion magazines pub lished. Stevens & Hushes have received a nankins now delivery wesson from the v - T a. ? 1.1. n Hnnul manufactory a; ltacme. j.i is io u"- wagon in the town, Mrs. Qnsyle, formerly Mrs. Surveyor General Bobbins, has removed from Osage City. Kunsa?, to Baldwin City, of tho same state. A board of officers has been appointed to meet at Fort Grant to examine into the qualifications of enlisted men for appointment to poet quartermaster Ber geants. Tho Enterp...

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. — 5 November 1887

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZE1 1111 i - - . - - rrECkLY CITIZEN. I. ).vY. OVEMBEK 5, 1SS7 jfu PflBtllff & PQlSilDir CO ji i i: it 1; i: t it n o w iif.r.trl Manager. -f00 .. 2 flo . ID) EKTIsISO KATKS: ,--in-rtim 2 0.1 . .. MibrMHit insertion..... 125 TEliS FO THE D.V1LT: $10 00 500 1 50 v. r.. OFFICE : 11 -t "3 Church Street. -ilutEDts ot Hayti ore in a ; : i- consequence of daily earth' jnb.ish elsewhere, the new arti r.t :a the Paul Emelter proposition end . . i. va believe,-meal with .the ap- r.', if all interested in tho further- cf this meritorious project. ,Tith the Casoaditch to the south, the r tt .Utah to the north, and the reason 6) d Wetmore ditches heading ... h P.iriitu. .-n tht- ea, it looks ns tv nc1 ':" F. . ti.'n f 1'ima county was s' out to btC'Eir agricultural. -s .n:i-t.'!5i:ia!ly annonnced that j rvaiu,; report of Secretary La - .r cjotaia tn exhaustive review 1 Is J:uU situation and will advo' wapaacy of land in severalty s i -jrraacr of tribal relations. T:: uelt...

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. — 5 November 1887

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER G, 1B87 Among other attractions onr citizens should not forget to show strangers the Davidson Ditefa. One ounce of reality is worth a pound of imagination flowing water even in n partially constructed ditoh, 13 more convincing than all the underground current theories that were over imagined. The road to the Billito is in excellent condition and the drive correspondingly pleasant General Milks, Commander of the Department of Anzons, will bo here on the 8th instant, and will be received by the people of the Territory and neigh bork? states of onr tieter republic as no ether man ever was. Nothing is know raglj being left undone, that will con tribute to tbe pleasure or success of thi occasion. Let this bo as it promis es to be, the most imposing affair that i ever witnessed in this ancient town. The anrchits have played their lait tramp, run their last bluff and anil now pay the penalty of the lay for their mis deeds. Neither the ability of Taeker, 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. — 5 November 1887

VEEKXY CITIZEN, ivJ5,Ai .NOVEMBER 5.1SS7 j. T. Gnflilb, tho Hon. J. r. M. t Noicole?, i8 ia city t .. - irt busine. - ,irm& Control Ilotel srill bo cen- ,.-"n b.ti. s by recent oimetoent of , , -nrt, it txM been chonged to jVj'w i niie House. -- i office is well supplied A" a. t.' Jn8'ee Penoe blanks, i a! jj BioJtdBnoo with tho changes ' tw Cidc. Have likewise on L1 iCiavit? of Attnchxnent in tho i,ri i art blank judicial district vsrs. A. V. Grossetta k Co. hnve se-V- contract for supplying tbeseo- sa3aon the Arizona division of i - ..era rJific, with groceries Hud pro- sud have enterea upon this ltn- . 1 i . i.i . - -sLt J2iy wna oiuiuwnuhj prompii- Ir tircsjetiB rettirneti yesterday i trip to Los Angelee. Th . aesorTinjr of the euoco's it .-.cd. lie received b telecroa to . that V. W. Booth, formerly in the railroad oflloe, under - M- ' died at the ridencc of - t riedia'-nt, Osl. Air. Booth , r seaabpd here, where he hBtt : js. as a handsome and cap- ; ma.-., sad the aucouue...

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. — 5 November 1887

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5. 1887 MAKKIED Siarn WHETLii-ln Cincinnati. Ohio, Mon davToctober inn. ISW. A. cmith to W. li Whepley. LOCAL NEWS. The lntest news as to Thos. Gatei oonditiou, received by Dr. Handy, was favorable to his recovery. Mr. Barnard Kerala, of Washington, D. 0., is visiting hb brother, W. . Kengla; of this oity. Mr 0. H. Warren Bnd" family return ed from Boston last week, where they have been spending the summer. Jstr. Pieroe Ford, wife and babies, re turned from the east on Saturday last and are domiciled in their old home. Harry Brooks has withdrawn from he Pacific Fruit Grower. It is now published by the old Index firm, alessrs. Barter and Reymert. Royal A.Johnson deserves a great deal of credit for the interest he is taking in the Miles presentation exercises. J-here is a vast amount of hard work to be done, and Mr. Johnson is never idle. In the ooursa of a few days there will be sold at BherifFn.sale, 60 head of cows. 25 head of beeves, SO head of y...

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. — 12 November 1887

WEEKLY CITIZEN. YOLXVir. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 12 1887. NO 43 -VEEKLY CITIZEN. "jTrrKDAT. NOVEMBER 12. 1S87 fr C.tizsn Priatmff & MMm Co H K K 11 BUT II K O W X, General Manager. rV a f 3 ft) ... 2 0J i at AOVEItTMISO BATES: -S.re, tint insertion 203 -UHTe.t-Vtchsubjoaaent insertion 125 TEE US YOU THE DAILY: t M .th - ..- k .510 00 50J 1 so OFFICE : .. 19. 21 Jt S3 Churrh Street. S. P Mebbitt hB8 assumed charge of tFlnix Gazette. The paper is still t fce democratic, but promises to go c -t on polities and devote its nttention t tba balding tip of the Salt River val uer. TheGazetto always was a good pa- ThecCOQ the influence of tbo Indian 3 we cannot hope for even a partial u:iz ration of the miserable wretches crss very exiitenoa is a menace to the pi: and prosperity j of tho territory !..i::g short of death ur exile will ever :e,r hands from evil. The young e1 ris-sg generation may be plastio and t;.yn:nlded, but the incorrignbles v J Lite to...

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. — 12 November 1887

-'"j"-''rT,-irrnTr,-rr'i Weekly Citizen, SATURDAY, XOVEHBER 12, 18S7 The . peech of General Mile?, printed on the 1th page of this issue, mil he read with deep interest by the people o the territory. Owixa to the lateness of the hour wo have been obliged to omit making no tice of ciBny important features of the proceseios, nnd of the handsome decora tions in the town, of which due notioe will be given tomorrow. Anoirr four tons of peculiar-looking ore were taken out of the Caledonia mine, near Kingston, New Mexico, a few days since, which, upon assay, proved to bo gojd, mucins as high as S120.000. The four tons nro reported to have yield ed-nearly n half million dollars. Tktab has the largeat school fund of any state in the Union, there being a permanent fund of S3.500.000 whioh yields na annual income of $200,000, and in addition to this the state has 54,055, 320 sores of land that have been set aside for educational purposes. The Cincinnati Price Current of Oc tober 6tb, has the f...

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. — 12 November 1887

. RESENTATiON CEREMONIALS. yj?1' GENERAL MILES rvPrivtnt'lt,on to Him of a Costly jimoninl Sword in Honor or Hi Achievements'. ou every not ot fiendish cruelty his eav- ko ouuuiuB coma invent. Jtiis hand tint) nwrjp ufnxrotl .if -..... lt. " iuo mothers llFKnr t .. ., .1 t . . . . - . 1 . "..... u.u.., ..uu niiu ii.si,c joy. hn liRn mnnntHin vrnll.... V. 1 i. " . ; -.. . i I" . . J ' ao mo; auu luriu instead of punished nit Iheir rrm stferved. The names of these murderers were then, as well as now, well known. The evidences of their crimfs were to be louoa in whitened skeletons lu every .iwi f. ur.i.. .., f "" "1U"",0,U y. ioi mey jr. rv'r r'" VI 'u i :nopu?'hmentfortl.er?, and they liemli-li letj have held high carnival over foent-H or cernaire tiw lnn'M r eiisunpuiin. loo war of the border nzainnt 1 t iitWS GAlUV AND mOKUSKLY IlKCOKAllIIf. luipo'iDS Uoiiionntrutii.n Sreu lu Arizona. I'.vrr t- - borc the time ot starting the ' t ec:eies were in their uppointed t one o'clock, sharp,...

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. — 12 November 1887

f Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1687 LOCAL NEWS. is in buei Judge Mitchell of Los Angeles the city attending to some legal nesf. Mr. JohnO'Dongherly, Superintend ent ot the Total Wreok, is in the city. Oa November 9tb, Kin Soloman Tr.o nf Free aooented MbsouS at Tnmhtone will tender b banauet to the Grand Master, grand officers, ond repre sentatives oi me Arizona urauu uuukc A grand time is auucipaiea. Hon. Geo. W. Brown, ot the Florence Enterprise aud Hon. J. O. Martin, ottho Prescott Journal-Miner, both capable newspaper men and representing live, progressive journals, are in the oity to ortimnAta in the Miles sword oelebra- Tne Citizek with pleasure ackuowl .1f.mh thi! receiot of the annual report o! the Generul Land Office, also a copy of f Jtnlrs und Resolutions on allot ment ot lands eta, with the compliments ot tho Resistor and Receiver of tbo Tuc son Land office. Frank Brownell and 0. P. Vnr.l ntrnars of the Chloride mine, sit between tho Qaijotoa and Vekol camps, b...

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. — 19 November 1887

f Hi i i irwnr iritrjt. WEEKLY 3 CITIZEN. VOL XVII. n eekly Citizen, di7CHlAY. NOVEMBER 19. 1687 KsM Prints & PnWislUBE C II K It l! K K T II K O W Jf, lleaend Manager. r.-- advictisimi utes: , jtj, trt ioertion je, osch eub-ooueut inertion.... fSO 20 1 00 20J 125 terms roK xnr daiix: 6-1 tJif -a k. .$10 00 5C3 1 SO OFFICE : Ns5. 19. 21 23 Chureh Street. We desire to 0311 attention in this j -i tj a translation nf the ppeeoh de. f j l last Tuesday at tbo presents t cizni9aa by Mr. Carlos Velasco. Xe t! qa.aee of Mr. Volacr is well 3 aad bia spaeoa will be found to -, interesting. The :8iafall of tho pet summer in iri n,lS bsen unprecedented, and I , Jest inhabitants look upon it as a sicDl, and enter into the general . -f tlat the climato is gradually c..:j.-e. or that it is being revolnti m r;l tbrouih natural but bidden can -.en rrer this may b, the continued rn;'dl', has been r. surpri -a to hll. and i-j ' ztiajent benefits will be iccaleuln t it3 taa prospectors and miner-. ...

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. — 19 November 1887

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 19.837 SEND OK TELL US THE NEWS. If there is anything a man wants in preference to tbo amount due him on account, it is uews of interest Men who bare sncb news and could jrive it without any inoonvenince, nsaally qaimble most jf it does not appear in tho local paper, and perhaps they are the only ones who knew of it and would not impart it. Mmy cases of this exact kind are in oar knowledge. Men who rash around work hard, discover a promising mine or do some other thing likely to benefit a whole community, think their efforts worth publio recognition. On general principles they ore, and we are always glad to print them, but, in nearly every instance of the kind, no report is mado to the editor or anyone connected with him. We havo spent hoars to trace np with some degree of aooaraoy, a report of apparent value for publication, when the man who knew all about it passed us or our office more than once and did not tell his story. This applies to nearly...

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. — 19 November 1887

v.tkly Citizen. . V7L H NOVEMBER 19. 1887 LOCAL NEWS. r j Ez xaiels wan recently brought - 3 tUo Mammoth esmt. Buffering , n bud spel' ot Ullftttl fever, ti Sa. dsushter ot 8enor Snis, - rly Mexican Consul ia tins city, "tf ie:eully married m tho City of "j i;0 A. B. NnUinsr, ot Craa Grauile, - tl.ro-ty rt-ceiviug medical atten "''"frem Vt. Cepin. r , ev some talk of noothor court .. Tt-. In ioi; hold nt Fort Grant, to try 7a cfil-r for neglect of duty. n Jler has removed bis office from c C)j-.SS; gtreet to the we6t smo of tho x.jirci l'lnza. Ij- Hambleton case uow beirjir tried 3 1.abstone was iven to the jury yen ;.;"sy atternoon, aud ut lbt aoaouuts ..y they nets still out. il". Henry Baehman and family re--nll o few dnys since from Michigan, re Mr. Buehraun and balnea have 'u v.sitirg daring the pest summer, n-s. II. R. Jeffords i3 visiting in - 3 it.ne, yte accompanied the iJ . whowBB culled to that city iu n with tbe Hambleton case, i .erce Ford has received a large stock x. ...

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. — 19 November 1887

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY. OVEaiBERlS. 16S7 LOCAL NEWS. General E. A. Oarr has been relieved from the court now in session nt iort JaOvM. Tuia Inevefl Major Anson Mills as rsnkiuK oQioer. Caps. Wint, Dr. Banister, and Henry Hoyes. wit j troop L. 4ta Cavalry bate returned from their msxoh to tort Apa obe. A queer rot tan iadiviuuil was found hvinjf in tba volley a few dajs einoa He is evidect.y a man of education, acd whenever sseo is always intoatly re&tl- iiig. Arthur K. Brewer came up from Xo cules Saturday maht. and left for Son Fraooit'Oo l.st uveaU Upon his return Mr. Brewer will aooapt a poeitiou at the Minas Prtetap, in Sonora. Mr. Mnrsb, of Total Wrack, baa b veir noh property Oat of two reoent assijrt one want by o and the othor over 2,(vJ ouaeef. A small shipment to the Tue a sampler netted bim over S 000. C. Layton, proprietor of the Star flouring- mill at tUfforiJ, and one of the let.u ing merchants of that place, is in tbt city. Hd lepoita the farmers in ttt't viamit...

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. — 26 November 1887

AEIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN UH.XYll. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 26 1887. WEEKLY CITIZEN. sTI'RDaY. NOVEMBER 2fi. 1887 riiiSuPriauM & PQWishiag G 11 K II n K It T It It l W X, li ntral Mnnaser. . f 3 Ou - . 2K 1 UO M'ulif AiivtETimso bates: 4r., tirst insertion.... ,v't. MCh abiueat insertion.... TEEItS FOB THE IMILY: 200 155 $10 00 5 to 1 SO OFFICE: lt. 21 & 23 Church Mm-t The Methodist Oharch South Las r-Ci-tly been cinching its theatre going - mbers and has forbidden them fur-tt-r attendance upn the-.4,p!iyhoue of t devil." There will in all probability b some tray old bockshding among the .- at:g and more liberal minded mem t rs vt that body. A too tight lacing of u--ch doctrines is not conducive to the aeHith of church organizajiona as a whole. The Fresno Milling Company hES ..sin secured the contract for eupply- c t..3 United States government with u' and rceal for the departments of A-zus and New Mexio. The only - -ib!e explanation that cm be ...

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. — 26 November 1887

JIUIZEN. bR26.1837 bding ber repub- Ftill democratic. r recenuy cmt.cu Idemocrats o ma- : jj.nt ballet. it is feared will furionfl to me inier- The grass being ma id looses the nutnous pety unseasonable rain- it downeoming however, !ated to the indiscretion of i msna wno nave reoeni.j Te for rein without tpeeifying ilar eection of country wnere- 'vjsbea it to falL S.TOB UALIAGHAX, 01 oau auwuiu . it vManr ieras. 13 m irouoi?. ojuiiuk ........ election in Texas, when under the lead ership of Senator Koairan, an attempt Wds made to tack a prohibition amend- mrrt nn tho fitnte constitution. Mr. Gailanbau violently oppoaed it and via orsuslv rotten exged a crowd who thoaijht differently from himself. Ex tldsrnian Lociwood likewise took the opportunity for distributing eggs at the same timo and placo and is liable to pBy ronndly for his fan, if he does not have to pasa a snng little erm in the county jail. Aitsb all the great linanoial oonces- Bioa3 made by China to Jay Gould and others,...

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. — 26 November 1887

WEEKLY CITIZEN. VTCKUAT, NOVEMBER 26. 1887 LOCAL NEWS. THE TIMBER LANDS Y v u. II. Cole i ruBticating in No- rt.jiorted Umt tho Duvidson water j '.?' cibus b?en put upou themarket. a.,. nnd Mrs. T. 1). Elmore, of the 7 i '.ltu et tLe Snu Xi.vier. Ur I Cierwinaiy baa closed oat his ,5.fj on Mam i-txcot rind trill, in a ," :., leave to join Ins uoub in Han H D Tidou ditch is gaining friend ,T lay. Peorli who at firs laughed , jjj i'iea, now tirmly believe in itu II r ioycs brought the band in ft l tduy eveniup, to Huron ml o the s,bv aJieslmug here, but rain prt.- U J 'rom KiaB around. In V. Paul, poa of Robert H. Paul, "-copies the cashn-rs destiu Wellr, f r.. Ci.'i I'Jlice in San Diego. John , Vc -thy jvung niau ubd stands well t oisf&e;- A. M Eiwton, daughter of Mr .-lrs VTlf v Box, was criinted a di. i"rJ-t I'henii, A. T., by JndRe 'Portei will cow be known as Mie3 A. M, i x Its L.lciry trustees are shaping! tUm-res for a grnnn CLnriiy dhu in ,t L ha. A similar alTi.ir given a...

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. — 26 November 1887

TIZEN. EE 2(3, 1837 Litations of tramps K a ooupie 01 pois lb nlants placed in Rity hall. tnd Miss Beck left rt flrant. While faeeis of Judge and natrels are in correa- Win. Beid and Jo at least one perform- bext month. Fron v Vmntor has retarn- IxtenBive trip through the Irt of the county, on came ba-n cnn nf Mr. Q. O. BrJWD. rDlete bis business course in the 3. nnMarr Ron Vmnn.ROO. in 8E- HiUli whih-jji-i Ither month, when ho is expeoted to re turn home. Tt io ronn.Uil fn hnVA Snowed 81 the -- ------ , T Txak8 of the Santa uataiinas ip-ubj. blew cold from the hills and showered off and on in the Banta Cruz valley most of the afternoon. A general oourt has been in session for the past few days at Fort Lowell, try injj n soldier for killing another at Globe last summer. The court oonelnked its labors this morning and the result will be known in a few days. There will be a grand charity ball at the Masonic Hall on the evening of Deo. 5th for the benefit of the Public Library. Tucson ...

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 December 1887

ARIZONA WE EKL CITIZ vol xvir. vVkekly citizen. SAfl EUAY. DECEMBER 3, 1SS7 - - l t"n 3i;ir.-r J )n im it t ml-nl niiiili i J .U li hi:i:kkt nnowx, GoTseral Jlinaser. s -ntiia.-l f. iloalh . ADvaRTisixa rats: 1 00 , I'.jjare. tirstmrliwn.. 2(M ;ua"e. eeat sntwaueHt incrtion IS Y tr $H 60 j i M'Ilth? 1 0J K OFFICE : Not.. 10, 21 .V 23 Church Street. s.IU'S BAItBOTJlt At Tuoson, Am, Not "l", 17. Theodore L. Stiles and Mrs. 31 L. ue Barbour, Ja&go T. 1). t:uttrwbUo olS- zrLicic ox the ataciijis. A copy ot tho published report of Governor Zutick hes been received, sud while it 13 open to considerable oen eure for apparent exaggerations and self-concoits, heartily concur in bis report on the Snn Oarloa Apociiee. lie Tho Apacbis ore locnted on the Sen Curios reservation, which oontaioB 3,950 Syasre a-iles, or 2,523,000 acres, of well watered, well timber, and the tost ngn cultural and mining land in the Territory of Arizona Tbey are subdivided into ii::ft'rent tribes. As a raoe tbey a...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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