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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 11 February 1888

WEEKLY CITIZEN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11.1&8 The Swedish government huB pro nounced against tho American hog, and forbidden ita importation unless it bo well salted. Ab unit in this country, is cheaper than port, the objections to be overcome are in nowise serious. Gesebal Shebidan is being lionized in Boston preparatory to a presidon'ial boom for tho little man, but like our own dumpy governor, his coat tails come too close to the ground to over nmount to much politically. The Olyde, (N. 0.) Register says: The people realised that they had been be trayed when the Democrats prevented the passago ot tho Blair educational bill, showing their determination to keep the masses o! the people in ignorance, know ing that therein lay their power to sway the will of tho people to their wishes. Ik view of the terrific winter experi thronchout the ea9t the old ground hog day superstition was gen erally revived and commented on. All appear to have agreed, however, that the shadow frightened "var...

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. — 11 February 1888

flj-i-.KLY CITIZEN. a. FEBKUAllY 11.1SSS V :' the railrond wall t JaHii ranched ISO feet. I) ir. 1". S, Indian Agent nt u ibe city oa butsiuees. i Pioneers xatet this ovoti- i-lun: trees should avail . ' Mnjor Noyes' kind offer, i t bad for ttso nskinp. ;kw:.e, superintendent of the , Ls-d and Cattle Company, is "j.-frd lias returned from , !.avicR bud n very pleasant f ik of Pautano pays the siv-iay arc dome a great deal ,. rk la that vicinity. be ft rati! 3 for a One gold a sUot-uo. this evening, nt ..a. tight o'clock. . a former resident of Tuc i San Tedro, Gal., is visit i rs. J. S- Noble. i indebted to Hon. Mark : r a Congressional Hireotory C onsrese. .r- 1' iggBgenod mail car that " d aoar Gage the time Ctins. ir: J, were brought in Ust 1 y 'Ml IoJk. badly demoralized. - 1 logs are already beginning - in about nine dan more they '.ft atid pioking will be begun tr. re in bloom on the Santa ' catt 'awocd trees will soon be In two weeks the birds will - t ttll nature will wear 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. — 11 February 1888

weekly citizen SATURDAY, FEBRUAKY 11.1K8 LOCAL NEWS. Mr. J. It. Veil, of. the Empire ranob, is in tuo city. Ford has the new one handed mun'e sitter. Judge Bnraea Roes to Tombstone ilondoy night to hold an adjourned term of the District Uonrt tor Uoouise county, The District court rejourned yester day to Monday next On Monday the court will adjourn tor the term, The library trustee?, nt their last xnoetin?, decided to purchase a eet ot Appleton's Encyclopedia. l'rof. Thomas Price camo in lost evening from San Francisco, and left this morning for the Mammoth. Quite a number of stalwart democrats went up to rhenix last evening. Jney are evidently getting ready. L. S. WilliBm?. Qiant Powder agent, has returned from h business tnp through 2sew Mexico. Hiram Stevens sold a piece of prop erty near A. V. Grosetta Jfc Co. for 83.000 cash yesterday. Hon. P. J. Bolan and Geo. IL Stevens arrived last evening from Solmonville and will remain in the city foe several days. The many friends of Mr....

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 18 February 1888

A I MM .1. AK1Z0NA WEEKLY CITIZEN. L TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZOJEA TERRITORY, SATURDAY FEBRUAEY 18 1888. NoT" I i : -- 1VEEKLY CITIZEN. SAITRDAY. FEBRUARY 18, 1SSS f2:5 Citizen Prlntins & Patjlisning Co II E 11 B K 11 T It n O AV N, General Manager. i -rVr t 3 00 5 i 11' :;th . 2 Oil , ilontha. t co ADTtETISIMCl sates: Ci Square, nrst inaertion.. ...... ......... 2 Ckt t sSjn&re, each Bateqaont insertion. TEEMS roll THE DAILY: 125 i M'athT."..! v - M.-i.th l' : Week.... $10 00 1 W OFFICE : No.. 19. 21 i 23 Church Street. The Santa Fe New Mexican truly 555 s that when people refuse to invest 6 d liar till they see two coming in they e.nnot expeot to Fee a town boom or in crease in prosperity. This has ben too loss the fault with some of oar worthy ci'iien?, which in a measure explains why the Tucson of the past is still the Tncsoa of to-day. In view of the contemplated change in the Arizona Judioiary, by reason of the bill introduced by Delegate Smith, tor the eieation of an ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 18 February 1888

WitfJKLY CITIZEN' SVralV? FE 3RD vRr is 1&& Ax interesting decision ban jaflt been tven by tbe United States Treasurer in regtrd to tbe asa of smooth worn silver ooin. Tbe qaejtion often arise?, espec ially in the Post 02W, Depattment, trbetber dollar, half dollar and dime piece, worn rmoolli by Iodr and con stant nap, iie accepUble. The decision, is: "Mutilated silrer coins are not re deemed, but redaction by d a tarsi abrasion is not considered mutilation." TsEPrinoaot Wiles has again made himself talked about by his boorish be havior in a London theatre. Ouo would suppose the "'first gen tleman of England" hsl forotton some of the attributes necessary to tbe support of bis title. And by tbe criticisms of the English pa pers in the matter, it would seem that the Ejglish people haven't that abject loytlty for the royal household they for xnerly had, and do ni fear to rebuke bhckguardim, even in n prince. The question of the validity of , priest ly marriages is exciting cons...

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. — 18 February 1888

f ft'KEKLY CITIZEN. tAft BDAY, FEBRUAB.T 18, 1SSS LOCAL NEWS. 3Ir, J. Dod.on, Justice of the Peace s 31 jaaosc, is in me cuj. Csi-t. Cage, o the lower Saa Pedro, j j-tie city aner supplier. t t. Ctirk. postmaster at the Acneri- Cj2 'ot 13 13 'own wiia ma lamuy. -cry express brings ia large anrabsr "-i.t and saaae trees. eler t Perry reo jived a carload of v ; iae peiiiaolow potatoes to-day. city u infested with tramps, aad .-re .t not for onr efficient t'ffi.-ers taere zz.i-'- be a great many depredations. L. nf A, M. Patch, of Fort Haachuca, u friends at t ort ijowetl. l nu y axat vir it aere ia several years, I. bt. Paal Jr., brought io 55 head of V .i far Mrs. Wilber yesterday. He 34 has charge of her raach. ilr Eirstoi-, secretary aad treasurer ; i M&mco.n, ia ia the city tor a few ua; - JI-. E J. Brown, of the firra of H. 13. I & Co expects to move oat to ait prs .aption claim next Alonduy. limes Pdblianins Co., of Ei Paso, ts7 received h very lan:e onipment of aad jab ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 18 February 1888

WEEKLY CITIZEN SVCQBDir FEBHUvRY 18.1&8 LOCAL NEWS. The supervisors adjourned to March fi:b. Jul je Barnes returned from Tomb stone yesterday. A lawn tennis olubhas been organized and have laid oat their oonrt in Levin's Park. County SarTeyer Boskruge led Tes ter Jav for the head of his big water ditch. Lijnt. Fowler has been relieved from dnsv at San Carlos, and will join his troop at Foit Huachuca. The Alaska Fre Frees, datd Janu ary 14th, published at Jnnean, Alaska, was leceivcd to-day. Vt. JL Sutherland came in Biversida to-day wi'h a eix-horse load for the Strapling Woikj from his mines in the Piuneer District. 8berifT Shaw after safely landing Doo 8mr the condemned train robber, in th- Yuma penitentiary returned borne Saturday. Territorial Jews. ( Journal-Miner.) The demand for city property is on the increase, there being no. lets than four or Are different applionts for the Buflman property, which waa sold yesterday. Deputy Sheriff Tackett returned yes terday from the s...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 25 February 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VL XVIII. WEEKLY CITIZEN TIJOSON. PIAf A nmrVTV AlM7nvTA nRPTADV CMrpromv mru)v 100 ZTZ I 1 11 1 . . , . 1 . -. 1 ... 5l:CtUUY.FEBHUvKr 25 18tS :Vm PrintiD2& Publishing Co. II E It K It T U It O W X. General Manager. .? 3 00 I - ADVEETlSlNQ SATES: .. first insertion 201 c ; . ,. each subseouont insertion 125 TEKJIS POU THE DAILX: .$10 60 .. 5 0) . 1 50 -V -t'S OFFICE : 19, 21 Jt '-3 Church Street. e r, r-- ete. X r.'int English and American fish c i.:on have nt Inst about agreed - a a treaty by which the fi3hery between Canada nnd tho United " ?an be finally settled, Tho prin- ... aestion is n.it in regard to tho mile limit as been generally 3. J; but it is whether the Amer- L'.ps can, daring the fishing sea- -ter Canadian ports for the par j buying bate, ice, fishing-tackle, Tb:s has heretofore been prohib it I by the Canadian government. .Sow, hew ver, the settlement of the question tr:l probably be made in this way. These privileges will probably be gr...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 25 February 1888

Weekly citizen SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1SS& The Qtobe Democrat frequently bits the nail squnrt'ly on tho bead. Below will be found an editorial clipping which reaches the spot: It makes no difference where General Sheridan ws born. Even if born in New Jersey he would Mill bo n fitter man for President than a Demoorat born in Paradise, although it is well known that no Demoorat is allowed to be born there or to enter there. Se.vatok ilrrcHBLi.'s Ohineso exclu sion bill which be has introduced in congress, for the purpose of excluding Chinese immigration to this country, has eo aroused tho patriotic feelings ot n young Cbinnman, Yan Phon Lee by name, thftt he has rushed into print in defense of his country, and bya long letter published in tho Oapitol, a Wash ington daily, attaoks the bill and tho arguments advanced by Mitoholl in sup port thereof, but unfortunately for his bis cause, the attack is r weak one, and in no way affects Mitchell's position. It is to be hoped the present...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 25 February 1888

ATEEEXY Citizen. SA.rCKDAY. FEBRUARY 25, 1SSS LOCAL NEWS. Washington Letter. (Fromonr Beirular Correspondent.) A8HIKQTON, Feb. 17tb. 1KSR PtTITfV Tt - aa.w,. iUI. uiuinn infio- nairman Jones, of tbo National lle- puuuoan uommiltee, announcing that his name wnnld nnt . . - "-uiu me na- Ed. Mexlcn T!n SPJUri AonUhe. ihotaii flX . lam8 performances of liven in at F50 dcI Xort wc" -lTnn U?1s the Peedings by the tL .1 the dense -"-- nuo iuiea every nook In lie vast amnh It lira tm ti iasrcwl a lift l J-imauco tional nnn,;n.(; ..... .. " " " T...-"' l.ue..ouus would not at .-...UK UUuouuon mis year, " , , T'Y"- "Pe 01 all that the plcadores u3 uversnauowed everything of a politi- hnvim. V" 0 or "T0 of the buUa. aftcr eai nnttirA nt v.: 1 i Pinal Clippings, rr.. ... (Eotarpriia.) Aurougn tbe kindness of Jndan .T n. V) alker the Enterprise is enabled to pub-. u Bummary 01 tno business of tho esoi mm during the year 1837, as shown by their annual report just com- No. of days run No. of tons ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 25 February 1888

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATOBDAY. FEBRUARr 25, 1888 LOCAL NEWS. C. H. Warren, wife and daughter have returned from a very pleasant trip to California. OoL Wnllftoe of Phenir was in the city Saturday attending to business be fore tne .Liana umoe. Yesterday a large number of people were scattered about over the valley looking for desirable lands for pre-emption and homestead purposes. Dr. Ward well returned from Deming last evening accompanied by his sister and a oonsin who have oome out from 2ew York to make him a visit. A. Bedeuill, the well known represen tativa of Steinway, Knabe, and Mason & Hamlin pianos and organs and tuner of musical instruments, is again in Tucson, on his eemi-yearly tour. Mr. Charles Dean, a former resident of Tucson, is stopping over with us a few days, while on his way to Hermo- BJllo. Charley is as pleasant and jolly as ever and doesn't look a day alder than he did seven or eight years ago. Contractor Davidson has commenced work on the Otero ditch and now has...

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 March 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. 0LX"1II TIIOSON. PTMA flfHTXTV AT? T7fWA TRRHTTHRV KATPHTiAV AI A PPTI 3 1RRO - 1 f w w w .. f ki ViU VXv a .a.-a-dakv.a.v a. A. VIv X KiLX IVii lw JL. tvil. J AUVJ, " ' 1 rfiisT iinn a fitt NO WEEKLY CITIZEN SATURDAY, MARCH 3. 1SS3. lis Citizen Frintins & PQuMiiie Co. 11 K K It K 11 T 11 HO IV General Manager. F Yer ti x Months.-. I..ree Month. ADYKETISlNQ BATES: Osff Square, tirst insertion 0 -cSaaaret each eubeoauent insertion. .1 3 00 1 10 ... 200 ... 123 TXKX9 TOB THE SAILT: F.t Tear S:i Months. Par Jiontn. .10 00 X SO v-'t VeefcJ OFFICE : -o. 19. 21 Jt 23 Church Street. A GBEAT deal of attention should be devoted to olive culture sb onr climate is particularly well adapted to its culti rstion. By devoting a little time and attention to this industry it could soon become a source of much revenue to our farmers. California has discovered this fid and is already creating a market for its olive oiL As there is a deficiency cf olives in .Europe, it will ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 3 March 1888

W EEKLY CITIZEN SATUKDAY, MARCH 3, 1S88. WHY -WILL THKV OTE AGAINST THESISKLVKS. The southern people, and particularly of Virginia, West Virginia, and North Carolina, have made special requests of tbe fiftieth Congress for two legislative acts: First that it should repeal the tax on tobacco; and, second, thit it should pass tho Blair bill for aid to com mon schools. Tho first not is sole'" within tho con trol of the Democrats of the House, thej having a majority of that body, which nlone can originate revenue bills. They have organised the machinery of the House eo that by no posiriblity can the RsDubltoan minority evn take up for consideration any subject distasteful to the Carlisle junto. Tho Demoorats are in the twelfth week of their reign inthat branch. What have they done? Every measure which bsa been introduced to repeal or reduco the burdens of tho in ternal revenue impositions has been pigeon-holed or sent to the tomb guard ed by Boss Mill's committee. That com mrttco novar ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 3 March 1888

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY. MARCH 3. 18S8 LOCAL NEWS. Mr J. E. Burton and family, of Iowa, vbo Lave recently been mukinjf au ex- j.3jjv3 1'aciuc ojiisi iuur, an now visiv iswith Mr. nnd Mrs. W. E. Stevens. .TaiR" Ferpnson lft with a party of -icrs for his claims uear tho Quijotoa Trdftv. He is said to own Beverul myTy good prospeots in that direotion. Ibe chairman of the committee of sr- rMZn nts for tno uov, Torres reoep- .-n desires the committee to meet at " Commercial Club to-morrow nt 10 The Supreme Oonrt mot to-day and cj sarn d till to-morrow, is win con t n'ne to meet ami, adjourn day by day . i ihu 1 "ih rhpn all the inrlcpn will ho present and the adjourned session be- ilr. W. C, Colleir, of Phenix, is exton s.r,:v encased in the tree business i,irt:e5 in need of fruit, shade, or orna- ncztal trees will find it to their ndvan- Uzs to address mm ueiore purcnaain elsewhere. James Anderson, Jr., formerly of this rtr. but now of Iios Angeles is in Tuc son, and is being welcomed ...

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 March 1888

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATCBDAT. MARCH 3, 18S8 LOCAL NEWS. Maricopa county school teachers have organised on Institute for their mutual benefit. John Read and W. M. Griffith left for the latter's ranoh in the Whetstone mountains tois morning. A Raymond and Whitoomb excursion consisting of a vestibule train of flTe cars Trent west this afternoon. Tom Davis, of H. 8. Bridge & Oo San Francisco, went to Tombstone this afternoon. N"tbinghas been learned from Mar shu! Meade and party emce they started on the trail of the train robbers. Louis Bay, messenger for Wells,Fargo A- Co.. who has been quite siok, leaves tbis afternoon for Los Angeles. Sneak theiyes are prospeoting for pelt in Phenix and are reported to be meet ing with considerable success. In a few days Chairman Bolan will call the faithful together for the pur pose of eleoting delegates to the Nation al Democratic uonvention in at. ajouis A collision occurred between a heavy fmeht truok and Dr. Handy 8 Jight spring buggy tbis morni...

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 March 1888

- - - ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN VOLXYIII. ' . TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MARCH 10 1888. " i Veekly Citizen. SATURDAY. MARCH 10, 18S8 ! lis Citizen Printiis & Pnblisliiiis: Co. II K K HURT n it o ir ', General Manager. "iiw ilocthe .. 1 00 ADVtBTISlSO BATCH: OreSQuare. nrst insertion.. ...... ......... 200 O oarc, each sabseouont insertion..... 121 TUBUS FOR THE DAILY: .$10 00 5 00 . 1 SO S i Montis . 1 " OFFICE: No. 19. 21 Jt 23 Church Street. I.KESUAM. AND LINCOLN IN SEW YOKK. As to the four men between whom the Republican nomination now seems to vibrate, it may be said that buy one of tbem will gain the united support cf the party in the grent, and perhaps pivotal, State of New York. There would be no coolness on the part of the Half-breeds, nor any lack of enthusiasm on the part ot the stalwarts of the Empire State toward Greshem, Lincoln, Allison or Sherman. They are all men who have performed their pnb'io dutiea so as to please all and offend none. Of Gre...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 10 March 1888

1 1 II UT f-i i T , Wtlhi "1 e -t l C WEEKLY CITIZEN SATURDAY, MARCH 10. 168a Thi Emperor of Germany is dosd, the Grown Prince diioc. bis son Bad suc cessor, wild, firey and in experienced, will soon bo on the throne. Fortunately for Germany, Bumarek and Moltke still lire, inasmuch as the near fntnre is pregnant with important events in wbiob she must ploy an important part. Preparation? for war and tbe tread o marching troops resound all over conti nental Europe. Tbe ultimate result no man can now foresee, bat while tbe man of iron live?, though all ber kings die, Prussia will bare nothing to fear. A shout but. very decisive battle was fought at Eagle Pass, Texas, n few days since between a pnr.y of Amerioan citi zees ana lour jiexican soldiers, in which one of tbe former was seriously wonnded atd three of tbe latter killed. It bad no Nogales air about it, but savor eJ of business from tbe oraok of tbe first gun. Four Mexican soldiers it appears were ullowed, by previous agreement,...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 10 March 1888

fl'EEKLY CITIZEN. SArrRDAY. MARCH 10. 18S8 Txe bnildinc nnd loan association . fliftr. tnvnr wirh nil irhn tavV -.nvesticsted the workings of such t. tr G. R. Smith will start on an jtSjed pay trip to Forts Apaohe, Grant T "-ma, Carlos and other posts, cjcctime dnrins the week. ifr-- J. a ooio leaves to-morrow I s Angeles to be gone a short time. Tiers is a very not'ceable improvement .3 Us. riienix uazeue Bince me recent Agce. John Dunbar always produces sOoi readable paper. Th5 Police Court has been unusually -iet dnrinc the past week. Judge ye r snys he has not bad a em? e case, T.. Eoh'sim returned last evening: from v:5 U nsnza mine. He is now taking oat 5s-XI roek and the property is develop- izg better ore e ery ay. lioserve. V Mexican painter at work on the Tr, -nt House yesterday, missed his f :re and fell to thecronnd, a distance ' sb nt thirty feet. Iho man is said to dangerously injnred. Mr Wm. Sttffy, of Final, is the owner c! cne of the handsomest and gsmeiest ;.:t 8 s...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 10 March 1888

WKEKLY CITIZEN SATURDAY, MARCH 10. 1683. Hon. CWrk Cinrohili, of Plienix, is in tbcity on legal buaioees: People from Sou hern California state tbat it has been raining and sloppy tbere for tbe past two weeks, tjite contrast to Ar:z ma weather. Tbe Litre s oinae nas just re- ceivel a largo xtuok of new type and material and is turning out an immense qutntity of drst-class work. Prices quoted and estimates farnisbed for any jjb co m iiier wnai e:ze. Cso. Wiut and troop will start on 'Wednesday to explore the south side ot tbeStata Ottaltuas. He will probabh commence at tbe conuty road, in tbe RiojonH, and proo ed in a westerly di ruction. Acaor.ling to s. statement made by Dsestive fbaclcer tbe Stein Peak rob- bars eeoared -vernl valuable diamonds and about 2,000 in money. Among the diamonds t.ten was a large solitaire, a clatter pin and n nalrof ear drops, tbe l litter rained at siw. vjoi. Harper, ne engineer wbo was bell up on tb? 231 of lust month, baa m-.de a round tnp since tbe ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 17 March 1888

AKiZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. til voLXViir. VBEKLY CITIZEN SAlTKDAY, MABCH 17. 1SSS. lM PriElins & Patilistims: Co. II i; n I 1 It T II K O tV 3f, General Manager. $3 CO rv . 2oo tJ lilh i w .m.-h Nnluuinant. insertion 1 Oits.1'- TEEMS FOU TOE DAILY: APTEBTIMXU BATES: ?, bnt insertion.. ...... ........ ICO fr? ----- .(10 00 .. 500 . 1 SO OFFICE : ,.. 19, -1 & 23 Cliurclt Street. Tee Albuquerque Citizen says that Sjpreseatative Martin, of Texas, who riwctly blew out the rrs in bis room, at wi;hington, is the man who wanted to Kil Petroleum V. Nasby ont of the jkn-jcratio party when tba Confederate C::u Hoods first egan to appear. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MARCH 17 188$. NO 10 Last year S103.000.C00 in mold and r-Ter were taken oat of the mountains t! the west, In seventeen years the ttstes and territories west of the ilie-Ei-:ppi have produced $015,000,000. The 525,000,000 invested in mining ma chine? produced S32.000,000 last year. 7h- say! mining1 does not ...

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