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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 7 January 1888

Weekly citizen SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 18S8 Tub proper study for nn Arizona mBn is Arizona. The amount of trnflio that is at present bang done by tbe western railroads ia imiBee. Tbeir inability to handle the freight shipped over tbe various lines without an increase of railroad stock, is proof of thir. Tne Citizen takes pleasure in oalling lUteotMn to the big advertisement of Messrs. F. M. Fowler and pons, the enterprising real estate men of Phenix. They i Sot many excellent properties for ml for which tbey guaranteo perfect tttiec. Heme is n thought on political econ my from Genera! Chalmers of Missis sippi: " Tbo bet f urmer is the man who pr.educes everything possible Bt bomr, although it may seem to coBt more to v. ,n tn hnv it. And what ia true JBDC . of an individual is true of a nation.' j. no rogues are railing out, and pres ently honest men will get their does. It so, tbe solid south will be effectually broken. Tbe democrats of Louisiana have baen telling truths about each ot...

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. — 7 January 1888

BP1 IVEEKY CITIZEN. SArtTKlUT. JANUARY 7, 1BS3 LOCAL NEWS. Hoc I- B- Todd, superintendent of t, a iemx iliniug Company is in the QIiTt camp is reported to be very ft at present, most of the boys being 3t?n enjoying the holidays. rainfall laet night according to vr i, L. Wetmore, was 44-100 ot nn p T. Uowlinc, proprietor of tho San K.sr;l and other mines m Honors, is i,tU'City. He expects shortly to de e. y tlie mines for all they are worth. ilr. D. S. Potter, traveling agent for j - sit 1'ftio Smelting Company, is in. k" city looking np basinesa for his 1U3 management of the Indian In f Sshooi haven sown twenty-tive r s f grain on the school farm on tho ri-ta Crar, below town. Mr. F. Fleshmin has one of the beet 'p ited drag stores in the territory. li sLck of goods is also vary large, tat Lis growing trade demands it. H. B. Dodge k Oo., handle only the fc-htst and finest groceries whioh thoy ,7.2 at most reasonable figures. Fssu'.ies will do well to leave their criers with them. B-...

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. — 7 January 1888

weekly citizen. SA.TDP.DAY, JASUaKT 7, 1B8 LOCAL NEWS. The Ola Corny, oornor Oonrl and Maitieti Lie, U being reroofed and put in thorough repair. Snrrpyor L. D.ICliillson has eonred th n.mtret for Burveyms the ban Xa- rifr ivs3rrai!oa. Ho will l&ave to-mor- rov for the ol J cbnrcb from whioh point he will conmsnea operations. Erryone hala delichttul time at the Oamm-r-ital hop last evening. Several if i ha ladies wore very hsndsoms cos tnass. It beinc leap year the ladies availed of their privileges to a limited extend. There will bB a "Club Hop" at the Commercial Club on Monday eveninr nex', and a very enjoyable time may be L-xDeoted. The trnatetB are sparine no psiua this winter to make these hops at tractive, ana tney are ceriaimy aucoeea- lOg. Under Sheriff Shiball has reoeived a tularnuliod maniry rezardincr the kill iDc of a peddler by a man known as Bis Month Keller. Any information as to where nad when the killing was done 1 wanted at the sheriffs office. Sn!j mpAtinH ar...

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. — 14 January 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN - QL'vYm, TP0SOS. PIMA OOLTOY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY JAXUAEY U 188. WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY. JANUARY 14. 18S8 The friends of Ex-Congressman Brag? ct Winsconsin, are said to be indiscreetly poshing his claims beforo the President, for the position of minister to ilexioo. Batween that country and this, some weighty and important interests are pending, and as Bragg'e pole ia some what short, he will hardly be able to knock the persimmon. His weighty cervices to President Cleveland at the Chicago Convention may Bocnre him the nomination bnt it won't win him confir mation by the senate. NO I If Lamar, when first nominated to a B?at on the Supreme Bench, had pressed his claims before the senate, he would, in recognition of his valuable services while Secretary of the Interior, un doubtedly have been confirmed, but un fortunately for him. the delay is liable to cost him the coveted position. John Sherman, Senator Evarts and other re publican leaders have been ...

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. — 14 January 1888

Weekly citizen SATURDAY, JAMJART 14, 1&8 The big ditch bids fair to be no longer b speculative proposition, but an assur ed tact. Several of the projectors are now busy mapping out the proposed route and one batch of men with aeven teen scrapers wiU at once be put to work. Qcitb a little bub-bub haa been creat t-a in New York financial oirolee over the retirement of A. D. Baldwin rrom the presidency of the Fourth National Bank. This bant gained a Bomewhat national notoriety over the oashing of Jay Gould's four million dollar check, aaid at the time to be the largest draft ever cashed in this country. Baldwin's res ignation was voluntary and many depos itor fpnrArt that something was wrong with the finances of the concern, but not to be the case. The Chairman of the Iadiaaa Bepub lioan State Committee calls on the party t hold nonntv conventions on January 21 to organize for the Presidential can Tiiea. This displays a commendable earnestness on the part of the Republi cans. India...

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. — 14 January 1888

WEEKLY CITIZEN. gAlCBPAY, JANUARY 14. 1838 LOCAL NEWS. vr.'i i'icket nnd F. A. Stevens came 3 Iroo Qaijotoa yesterday. i class bus been organized to etady tve French language. Vrs. Havnes will return in a few isjsto Los Angeles. y9-'or F. M. Ooxe has been ordered to lile station at San Francisco. Tue mountain peaks north of Tucson ve covered with enow. Bat 51650 of city taxes went delin quent, and most of this will be paid m nth the per cent added. Vearly f 100 n feea bave been Paid i-totbe County Recorder's office for the fcit ten days in January. Vce marriage hosnoea were issued in jVcetaber and but two thus far for this cocth. T3-nt houses are being taken like tot cake?, and in a short time there will col be one in the city. jnJce Lovell again made his appear .see on the street to-day. but with a biaiaged head. Mrs. Piokatt, wife of Will Piokett, rawrintendent of the Quijotoa minee, arrived from California tnis morning. Mrs. W. S. Edwards and family, leave for New York, where the...

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. — 14 January 1888

weekly citizen, SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1K8 LOCAL NEWS. OoL L. H. Jerome h&H returned from a boainesa trip" to OeQiforsia, L. V?, Wakefield, of P&ntano, is in the oily attending to land matters. Hon. 0. M. Btracaa is attendine meetwe of the Normal Sohool directors: this week at Phernx. Mr. R L. Wetmore reports that 16-100 o! an inoh of rain fell last night, making a. total of 60-100 uime the first. Gapt. and Mrs. 8. A. Maaon hare ra turned from an eastern trip and will oo capy their old quarters at Fort Lowell It is understood that Gen. E. A. Oarr will be retired in a short time. This re tirement will probably promote Qen'l Forsyth to the colonelcy of the Sixth. The ditch companies should lose no tiran in ureDarine maps of their propos ed lines, and advertising them in the lo cal papers. Capt J. B, Kerr, 6th Cavalry, who has been visiting friends here for the past two weeks, will leave to-morrow evening for Fort Wisgate, mi station, Lueas and Hopkins, aosstables and oolleotlon...

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. — 21 January 1888

ARIZ T Vj B 'J 1 I v IV J -J 1 CITIZEN. t YOLXYiir. WEEKLY CITIZEN SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1K.8 fis Citizen Prmlins & PoMi-lM Co. HEltBEKT K It O W X, General Manager. Vtr Yer Ttre Months ADTCET1SISO ttATM., n-iS.iare. Sirt insertion (yiesje, each (sabseouent insertion..... XEB1I3 rOB THE DAILT: t 3 ft) , 2 00 . 1 CO 200 125 per Week... .$10 00 5 OU 1 SO OFFICE : Xo. 19, 21 Jt 23 Church Street. Curros has a crying want. It is a custom stomp mill. It is moved and eeoonded thai we bsTe an arbor day. All in favor of it t&y aye, and go to planting trees. The Los Angeles friends of Gen. John 0. Fremont have presented him wilh a house now valued at 36.000. "When the boom has oessed to simmer and the property values sink to their norma! condition theureat Pathfinder will prob ably wanting to pell out 8300. As a new broom Bweeps olean, we trust that some good work will be done by our new City Council. Instead of Court Plaza with its negleot and desola tion being an eye 6ore to the com...

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. — 21 January 1888

WEEKLY CITIZEN SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1K8 Is the Territorial Prison of Now Mex ico thrr nra 1G7 prisoners; in the Tern- lorUl Prison of Arizoi-a there are bnt better than onr lotghbo.? The test cse made by Hubert Con. Ed on tbe legality of the territorial Hauled by the 6U- iiquur hu. - court in favor of the territory. Hence the legality of the law as it now ttandt, ia not to be questioned. T)r H. Cntrix Bucceeds himself as city phjMciBP, the Council having last evening re-app ioted him. Daring the email pox epidcmio hmongtbe Mexicans ltt year, the doctor rendered valuable and tfament eerviee and prevented the nn.d of the disease. The appoitment T it a good one. Tnn ingestion to tell a portion of the SU'itary pLz and apply the money thus realized, to improve and beautify the city is a good one. The plaza contains ... ,,raa nrrva more by halt than avi lable for prk purpoaee by the pre t titration. Fur this use ten acres -li rr.n r rprve. The other Jft Hit thirteen ne;es if sub divided ...

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. — 21 January 1888

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY. JANUARY 21. 1SSS LOCAL NEWS. Senator Hariwell is Buffcrinir, from a gerere cold. Several very important oases will come up before this term of the distriot court. Judge Barnes ranched home last even- Ula. Col, Richardson is reported to be qsiie ill. The address of Mayor Stevens is in resting readioff. It can be found on the fourth page of this issue. lion. 0. 1L Strauss expects to leave for Washington to-morrow to be gone tbJat two months. There will be a pleasant social hop at Ihe Commercial Olub rooms on Thurs day evening next. Geo. Martin, well known here and lately business manager of the Pbenix Gazette, is in the city, and will remain here about a week. Hon. M. 8. Snyder, clerk of the Board of Supervisors, reports the amount of taxes that were delinqent Deo. lJrh, to be S15.46L Mr. 3. II. Hicks, the surveyor.retuined yesterday from Flagstaff to which plaoe te has been for the past two months on government business. Hon. Alex MoKay returned yesterday fr...

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. — 21 January 1888

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SirCKDAT. JANUARY 21. 18S8 Tha time. 1AILAJL. .SKHN undertakers oompUin of dull Purlin the revival of. basinets people cannot bffjrd to die. John J. Divine. ex-Oolleotor of Inter, nal K.veuue. cane in from Florence a lew djs stuce. C mnty TrcMiirer Wood to-day mskea another call fcr county ruU. pays way into July of last year. Oipt. D- 0. Case, a tmoiessful stock and r-nohmnn on the Sin Pedro, u in tha city ebukinfr hands with his lota ot friends. na iarn A- Santillane. a Rood coos en J Wilier, wishes a situation- Parties ia need ot either w Jl please uddrssB hm at the postom -e. Mr. A. Aa9iin is ia tho city to day fur a work on Ataerioiu nnhtijM. The baok is a cooi one for xeterenoe aud finds ready sale. A pe'ition h beinc circulated, which is Tn,.iv nj numerotn MKuers. ft kinii the . fttv f..nrril wi linDUlut Gej. McClarty b- poli-'eaiaa for the eastern part of the city. Mr. J. 1L QnizKle has closed a. con tr.ot with ibe AiUscomimuy for boring b well on their prope...

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. — 28 January 1888

-t will , - - TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY. ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY JANUARY 28 1888. i ----------- CITIZEN. NO 3 adiLY Citizen. bU It DAY. JANUARY 28, 1SSS i PrintiM & PnMisluiig Co. I. it UEKT It K O IV ueneml Manager. . YEliTI-IXO hates: List insertion , eacli tu-wiu-nt insertion. nums rou the dail,.? -S3 CO .. 2 no .. i CO 200 125 .0 00 500 S me of onr cattle men, who, bat two v.fcs wcee, were anxious to Fell every 7...ble booff on the range, for two c-t.J, are kicking themselves at having c '.: to sell at five, the preeent price. I. f it.e tr-soe from a faulty fore- . I"a. .- Committee on the "Whole ...ptt-l on behalf of tha United ;ts --.vitation to participate- m t - "-f exhibition. The move is Eg 1 .e. a. the antipodes offtir oh !. .:i --t markets in the world to .r- implements of American r. .:.--. .... -Lis, of Tombstone, offers a f . ! for the arree-t and oonvio- f cny j. .rson caught burglarizing i :.wfn.;;- .ctering any pnblio or r.:te property. This prockmetion -. consti...

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. — 28 January 1888

Weekly Citizen, TUJIPAY, JANUARY 23. 18E8 AntfoSA to-day Offers ss good a ebaEoe for legitimate enterprise, as any state or territory in the Union. Trr New York Demooraoy are moving in -a body after Postmaster Pearson's scalp, Should xhey succeed in lifting Q ins ZSUgYUUiya uuijr itiu Tffg total immigration to the United States from all countries except Canada .and Mexico, during the nine months of the past calendar year was 371,617, ageinst 291.59G for the same period in 1SS& "A-PAncEii postal servioo between the United States and Oanada has been agreed upon. It lacks but the signature of President Cleveland to make ittffeot ire. This will be given at an early day, bs the terms of agreement are satiftao- .lory to both government. AccoBDisa to the Hoof and Born, Ya vapai oounty groans under an indebted neaa of more than halt a million of dol- -lars, with taxes at the rate ot sua per $100 and nearly two-thirds of the toxa ble property on the delinquent tax lift. "This showing oag...

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. — 28 January 1888

CrLY CITIZEN. .a. JANUARY 28. 1SSS -r e boa moved into his new . 3 H.sillo street. xiili? Boalller leaves ia a ' - - s visit to California. , . qaart-etmaster'd agent at ., c23? n ystenlur. t ' .ssnf?, of the I'heaix Arizo - Citizen oflice o pleasant - :o hss been prstonel from - - j oi February to the 6th - - .f Ireland vill hold forth -t Houso on the evenings ot Smith is aaain able lo - r havws; had a severe re- .-r. v hor will leuve Saturday - "3 in Francisco. Jlr. 'NVhorf " - y join her in n month or so. v.. failed" to arrive an hd r iobee home to-nipht 'er9 will be sentenced to- A. Johnson and Mr. Uruce remraed from the 8an -.ni: says they did find Ben- ' i he trouble with the Phoaix Acpyot that journal bus 2 ;.2h this office for the past Fr.nterizo In its nest issue sil y an eiht columu paper. This -" nt is ev.dence of increased -aver E. Lu Wetmore reports but ? lx in his hne. He anticipates "- iM of the business as soon as the ..Eznelter xs finished and underway. T ccening of...

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. — 28 January 1888

Weekly citizen SATURDAY, JANUAKT 2S, 16J8 LOCAL NEWS. Joseph Pulitzer, editor or the New York World, passed through hereyester day with his wife, en route to California, A young Mesioan. nged about 19 years, died of consumption at the Sister's hospital yesterday trad was buried in the afternoon. The Southern Pacific will shortly is sue s ntw time oard. Just what time the ptenger trains will arrive hero is act known yet Charley Frootor came in last evening min seventy head of Maish fc DrucoU'g beef cattle for shipment to Los An geles. Mr. Geo. Bcholefleld, a pood looking o&ttle man, from tho Santa Bites, now in town, reports cattle looking well, with every evidence of carrying through the winter in gocdebape. ThA nftmmarMiil PlnH diiva nnrt of their popular Thursday night hops last evening. The attendance was unusual ly larga and everyone enjoyed them- L ent. R. 0. Iter a. 10th Cavolry, eta ticned at Fort Thomas, and Lieut. F. B. Fowler, 4th Oavaltv. etutioncd at San 0r!oe, 8ra i...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 4 February 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL XVIII. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY", ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY FEBRUARY i 188. tYEEKLY Citizen. SAfrRDAY. FEBRUARY 4. 1SS8 Citizen Printing & hWam Co. HEKKKKT It K OWN, General Manager. r r M tn.. M.aths .$ 3 CO ADTEBTISISO UVTES: Are, lirat insertion 2CO .sre,eacheabjuentinrtion 123 TEBJIS FOB THE OA1LT: J.S. '3.. .k... $10 00 500 1 50 OFFICE : k, 19,21 i 23 Church Street. Ice Mexican officers implicated in the t jibsle at 2ogales about a year since, tld for whioh tnvial offence they were rs sstly sentenoed to deatb, nave Been sr&cted a new hearing before the su preme court ot military justioe now sit t:c; m the City of Mexico. Generals vo-r VnruKsl. and Acuilar will oon- titnte the tribunal before which the esse will be taken. The Florence canal project is one of the grandest schemes on foot in the ter ritory, and its early completion is anx iously awaited by huudreds of people who. wherever its wealth-giving water reach, purpose to build homes, culti...

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. — 4 February 1888

WKJSKLY citizen SVTURDAY, FEBRDMtr 4. 18F8 Now is the time to plant trees- Plant them early Mid plant them late, and keep them well w-.tere.. when planted. We hope our delegate, Mark Smith, rill not fo'g to Rk for nn nppropia- tion for testing the urlesian water qnefl tion. Daring the campaign tbat was one of Mark' 'roneet hobbies. Sixes the reoeut storm, the press of Southern California hive been uuani in it us in poling fan at the Citrus Belt cf th.-ir northern neighbors. When King proit preside", imaginary oilrns belts become exceedingly t-carce, bnt it took a fr Et to provt tbn little fact. The mugwump's civil servioe presi d nt has again stained his little hatchet b. be ofii?i decapitation of Col. Win, Ludlow, 0. mmissioner of the District of G dumbis, whom ho complimented for hm efficiency hb he rolled hia victim's head in the ever waiting basket. The coming enfoicement of tho local o-jtionlnw in Dakota is bringing out some fum.y incidents, An Aberdeen saloonist prated the npp...

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. — 4 February 1888

weekly Citizen. SArCKDAT, FEBRUARY 4. 1S6S 18 sian of the the LOCAL hEWS. Carrie Burke, of San Dieso, t7.,r.i? Mm. ucd Mrs. G. R. Smith. Tr:BP labor is beinc successfully used the city authorities. "r-ither pooial event to look forward .n be trie oaieoraiion ot a tin wed i rn r v. t a. i (J S, WQICu wiu nccui iu auuui lea u . . ii,. Prriycv trnos to nrpmi n Tin iQ lai blast at the residence n-ill Via n rucnlnr mPAfirtt nf .CiC - " - - . ... t.-.tees of the publio library to-morrow . l v ereasfi? at a o c.ocs. .r n K .Tnhnsrm riHS trnnft to Isttr-Oean ranch in the Sitnta Cnta- 1 ii? and win ue aueeui auoui a with. Marshal Meade is working ten men .l, ujv tnin in Stint Phk. and fv "rpmK the ore to El Pase with very istti.aSlorj reauiio. A rood, gentle mule for sale, broken . j i ii. r? . . la botn Harness ana eauuie. .uquire hi tbe Scotia saloon oorner Gonfjreea and Meyer streets tor piriiouiars m. Com TrnRMtt has rerivid the sail isUlhsenoe of tl'e death of his young -.Ser luivra, uu...

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. — 4 February 1888

Weekly citizen SATURDAY. FEBRUMir R8 LOCAL NEWS. Jndco Barnes returned homo laut night. A general court martial will ba held at Fort Apache on Feb. lit, The Otltfornla mail arrived about eieht hours late to-day. Tbe chuck holes on Penninuton street are leiog a led in, Frank Heney leaves for San Francisco this week on a unsines-i inp. Mrs. B. M. Jaoobs baa issued cards for a Euian tea to oe given iuin cc. TnerM tthh r Ttrv charmintr ticnio at fiilvr Like last Friday. F fty miners wanted. Bee telegram of VT. W. Ashley on this pace. Tasr vnnr dora. The man with the mm fioA covered wazon will be around toon. A nJeon of Mtilor and Mr. Noyes from Xiw York is visiting them at Fort Lowell. Weather prophet HuRhea appears lo have been left on hi3 storm predictions this time. Rafael Avio. charged with grand lar oeuy, was ditnarfted by Jndge Meyer to-day. Mr. Will Carlisle Is unfortunately suf fering from a severe attack of pneu monia. Piatt's Baltimore oyaters for sale by the can at the Saddle...

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. — 11 February 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY citizen: YOLXVJir. WEEKLY CITIZEN SArCBDAT, FEBRUARY 11, 18S8 f ;s Citizen Printinsc & PnbMing Co UEKHEHT II K O VT X, General Manager. .$ 3 00 .- 1 U) AUVEBTISINQ BATES: i -.-,ire. first insortion 200 t c5.-uar,eachabojnentineertion..... 123 TEKXS FOB Till U.ULT: ths. v v 'h .J10 00 500 . 1 20 OFFICE : So. l'J, 21 Jc 23 Church Street. A MEXICAN LOAN. X- that the nezoliation of the $52, OOT 0 loan from tbe German capital ists is banging fire, aud its very likely to n.i in a fiasco, the proposition hereto fore discussed in financial and political circles in the City of Mexico, la again the theme ol earnest deliberation. The proposition is that Mexico shall ask the United StBtes for the needed loan onto: the surplus in the treasury at Washing ton. Anromwent gentlemen said re cently: "The feeling seems to be that our Government should find some way to make this loan out of that much die turbmg surplus. Manifestly it is not to car interest to promote, or even to tol e...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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