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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 17 March 1888

mi Uffl3 2 til IT i V 1 M One Harrington .Blauvelt for tho past Beveraljaears a resident-of -Pima Bud Pinaf counties, oooupies a portion of his Uhdfl1 time, of which he al wttyHrhiisaurch; to the "wrilrngrrjf de famatory ar.tecita.toa Arjsaittrinea and Ari:onjni,enral- ijaiaJsUsi. effort ,0 obtain digfifoin, this dreotion out herof s&'bi3itevions exertion?. Blau-roU'aijrsLwasfone-ir ,lli9 country vnm&rti'm iU-t ighUas with the Rob- owfctnioiJiid.pper&tedi several claims in tbeJ3'9ft5piSiUtiitriot, notably the Gftn$rflljHc.pok,.in which claim Blau- vt&,iijs)hi li$tlo pile of two hundred dnll:?wfavliOHt of which he expected tQ.cnkoahUumilliona. Failing to do bo hecbotej.nioro3Q and sour and oon tJ&Slod in anything outside of his own pocket and Felf, and this appears to bawjavcome the mlicg pa?sion of his litkw On tbo inevitable e'loeingup of the Gerrer&l Hancock he was given for S50 a "bourse of assaying by Prof. W. T. Bickard, who at time had tn offico in this...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 17 March 1888

ffEESLY CITIZEN vrl KDAY, MAKOII 17, 1SSS. LOCAL NEWS. T ; Mitchell and tiiwe11 of Tomb Dt.sr ja the city BtteDiiinR court. -n. I3cd case of Bryan va. Ptnnty V Cineroa II. Kicij ot Yutnn ana , j-jB'rrj" of Tombstone ure in the 'tit I'aprny, Jermyri and Mr. v Ysif Iff t last evening for Los Aa- f.rrit5. Where, oh where is the dog- TLely Maids Convention will hold ,.:jjCLlt Friday evening in the Opera J caw. 'n consequence of the aocident at tr7, water, west of Yuma, the train . . III L. . .1.1 1 -I . TO r 5 C alltornia Villi ub ueijt.-u uuuui i- Jr ; h-'urs. Xt httorneys, as a whole, in atten . -""upon the Supreme Court are as I j a lvi of men as can well be found. A, s ,r it ranks with the ablest in the s it. H- Tonbstoae Propeotor has turned o-siac or tne Pa3t eoveral days. t fc ped that nothing more serious ,a i miscarriage of the mail baa be- lie Building and Loan Association J .. . thi ritv hull this evoaini? rti. election of ofhcera and to proper ". mnna tinint'ss. Erv uerson '...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 17 March 1888

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. MARCH 17, 1888 DIED. BEXX-CIT-In Altraqnerqae, Haw Mexico, on tnoWh ii t ait, Jlam e. to- little .iaa.bu,rof . F and J nmeE limn teased 3 yens and 0 months LOCAL NEWS. The Artie Ice Works will atari up about tbe25.b. W. S. StnrKtB. the artesian well mail from Sonorti, i in town. Toe three delayed California mails came throah last nibt. Fig treea at the Aeua Gulionta are re ported to be laden with fruit. Hod. C. R. Drake reportB the sale of rawing powders as being good. u set Kengla will soon commence lo mannfao-ure firat-claf-s leather. Mr. John O. Diiugbertr, Superintend ent of the Tutul Wreck mine, is in the city. The Grand Jary for the March term of the District Court, was impanneled to-day. Mr. Carroll has been appointed Mas ter McchiDio of the railroad fchopa here, Tice J. Li. Bonner resigned. Out. Uernoe, of lombstone, oame in last evening to attend tee session of the supreme court. Oo the odj jarnment of the Supreme Coort this morning the District Co...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 24 March 1888

ARIZONA WEEK LY CITIZEN. voLXVJir. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERIUTOIIY, SATURDAY MARCH 24 188$. NO 11 VKEKLY CITIZEN sattkpIy, M.M1CI1 SI, 1SSS. f:.Cit;zBa Prute & PiiulisuM Co. ii 1: n u k n t it n o iv General Manager. Monti". ADVEUTtStsa KATES: S 3 10 .. 2 CO .. 1 10 0 0 r r r . ioare, nrstinrtion.......... -JJ" 'aare, each subsequent meortion 1 TEE5IS FOB THE DAILY: -T , v. .-:h. $10 00 500 1 W OFFICE : No. 10. 21 23 Churcli Street. t- is saia that a nnmber of eniell cali- fc, r statesmen ia the Deraocratiee party, 6w being groomed np preparatory to -k-nc the presidential dark horse race : ATnt of a tangle in the Cieve- lasd-Uill factions. Love's labor will be lost if the trees planted are not well watered. This should be borne in mind by those who have been to the trouble and expense of planting trees. Give tbem fin abun dance of water and they will thrive, nig- lect tbem and they win die. TvLESsthe Associated Press reports tie at fault, the Douglas oonnty, Mis eunn Bal...

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. — 24 March 1888

SATURDAY, MARCH 2 1888. Toil TUB PERI'S It. Or IM BESTS. A writer in the Journal of Industrial Elucatiou Mr. Etbelbert StewBrt bu been m iking eome inquiries with a Tiew to determine the most common fact about our prison population. On tbn the Ohtoao Ne make wne per tinent comment. Of the 1 494 convioto in tut penitentiary of Jcliet, 111., Mr. Snwart finds only 151 who can bo cl&ea ei aa "illiterate;' 127 can read, but not write: 1.0S7 bava h fair education; 129 are college graduates. Obviously, it i not mat of eduoation which has made 90 per cent of thes criminals. Similarly the look of religious instruc tion is exoluded, as is also to a great ex tent, the vise of intemperance a typical pr 'portion in the large aggregate of oocvicls, showing tbat ninety-one per oeat bud been 8unday pohool pcholarc for longer or Bborter periods, and tbat over eighteen per cent were total tbitainerf. "Th most common, the most generic fact is that the ooaviits know no trade." aeviaty-bovna per cen...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 24 March 1888

WEEKLY CITIZEN. VAflKDAY. MAKOH 24.1SSS LOCAL neAts: -"Mlocb. the Great," is in Preeoott i .a meeting with much ruooesp. Mr 15en CrBwforJ, sheriff of Graham cooaty. is in the city. mt. Wint and Lieut. Slavins have re tarceJ from their trip through the Banta Csts-mas. X local orchestra of about ten pieces .j eeu started with Harry Pateman as c.-siaotor. Mr J T. Brickwood, an enterprising J ltduentiul citizen of oales is in the cit doiog amy as a grana juryman A ratHa for a jewelry set vrill take place fcs evening: at 7:30 o'clook at 251 Main St Mrs. Lenn s iiouse. Tht trial of Philip Ament, indicted on the chsrce of murder, has been sat for 'o mail came from beyond Deming Ihi morning- Even the El Paso papers -sal r on time, failed to put in appear- &sre. J.rf. Mansfeld is putting a large plate rsinthe building formerly ocou pied tr tie First National Bank. Great care being taken as a pbne of this coats, Is i diwn, about lo0. ilr. Uhas. M. Wilson, general agent of the Tnited Mason...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 24 March 1888

WEEKLY CITIZEN. V i 3 Aft RllAT. MAUOH 21. 18S3 LOCAL NEWS. The Oram! Jury, nnder the foreman shijof Mr. Wm. Zeckeudorf, id reported to Oe"dotDjT some Rood work, both quiet ly end well. Mnrsh.il Meade. Cha'. A. Shibell. and "Will Smith arrived ntDeminjj tbii morn inir Hrf will come iu on the train to' night. It is not known whether they b ucbt tfa ir horses back or not. Rpeerved seats oan be hud at Fleish man for toe entertainment this evenmtr. by iain twenty-five cents extra. Sects bare been selling very rapidly nnd no djobt they 7111 have u full hauee. Some of the treea planted in Tucson a month aince. are now dead t r want of water. As nu accommodation for doss they are jest the thing, bnt as shade trees they ate an ignominious failure. Lieutenant Colonel Simen Snyder, 10'M lnfaatry. is assigned to station at r3n Carlos, Arizona, nnd will proceed beaee t hereto and take command of that poet. Mr. Bruce Aldrieb, Mrs. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Johnson, Miss Carrie Al dnch and Mie...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 31 March 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL XVIII. vYKKKLY CITIZEN. "irUKOAY. MAP.OH 31, 1S6S PriitiK & PntiMiiff 11 i: H li 15 K T It K O W X, General Manager. f 3 OJ rt) 1 OU clti:ac;i:ol's iioixgs More ot tho outrageous doings of the Special Perseautor WHlkcrconie to light iu tho following James P. Armstrong ........... MiiiuH ounugs raiioa id bir-rra county, near Fairvew, in 1S83 Hp 7ao1V40MVnernohwith h iamil, m lt&dnnd lived on the same or over of business, TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, AJilZOXA TERRITORY, SATURDAY ilARCII 81 188. TELEGRAPH NO 12 ADVSKTIeilNO BATES: .-. nt i!xr.ia v-ts M,eh oubi-ooaMt insertion.... TEKXS FOR THE DAILY: 2tK 125 1 r r . .$10 00 sou I W ... lit, 21 & S3 Chureh Street. -ii-XHST Uiok Tate" orcd but lit f.-r the whole earth, bat if let alone for ttr.T mere vears be would have bad the v -s'ate of Kentucky. Inn Courier is of the opinion that Marshal Meade and posse should not fcsve entered Mexico without first hav- l'? obtained permission tho Moxican bit:. Titles....

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 31 March 1888

.VKEKLY CITIZEN SA'UUmY, MARCH 31. 18SS. Thk Resale committee oa coast defense rep rit-d favorably tde bill appropriating ' J126.0p0.000 for ooBut defenses. Twenty onr million- are to be expended in the enduing fiscal ypr, and the remainder op to the ye &' 1931. Tbe money it to be expended in tne twenty-six principal porta of tbt coantry. nnd-r the direction of a board to bo appointed by the Preei d-nt. Tne deft-Lees are to ooneist of fl -ating and land batteries, torp-do boats etc. Ill-) report r-0jmmndH the foil w ing apportionment of m-'Dev to th cities named: N-w York, S54.000.000: San F-inoi-oi. $28,000 003: Buton. 311,000, 000; lak- pnriH, 1.000,000, Hampton ro-.d. S7.500.0 0;NW O-l-aus. 3ll,7i0,- 000; PbilRd'-Iuuia, S3 750.000; Wi.inu ton. S1.13?.333: Blnmire. 32. 125.000, Portland, He. 35,133.333, Xarrangan sett Biy 24.550000. rnereniiiLtDfr $21, '000,000 is to be diet tbu'ed amoag the other porld of tbu Atlantic, Qalf bad TooiBscoa-tp. A gentleman largely interested in ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 31 March 1888

fiTXKLY CITIZEN. .;!AY. MARCH 31, l&sS k is running for the first -; ins- uvier hotel id beinjr thor- .inUdthroushoct. ill bewea a call for ameet- L rt-pabliean county central . z. celt Saturday at 2 p. m .- commenoed on Alameda sraeet. ISJIy Kiea is Riving ,i uttention to it, which will iK-in done well. sulerlip of Crittenden, David it the sam pluceRDd J. T. i o 2oale3 returned home 'Ccon" leserdemiin trick per--ri d iy ba erland Oombination s..:i to have beea exceedingly Af attendance at the meeting of C C anty Central Committee next Ssii'Isy is requested as important raat 7Ln .....bediscassed. stage fare between Casa Grande rence has been reduced to 3; - zi trip So. Forty per cent discount a "xtra baKgBe of commercial tray 's - LlS Angeles Times of the 24th d this office vesterds by way of "b Anzana. Possibly the train was v here too fast for it get off, so it cn around Olifton before coming Ament, tried for murder before s ' r was found not guilty. Mention " t was overlooked...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 31 March 1888

Weekly citizen SATUttmy, MARCH 31. 18S3. IjOCAL news. . TP A May pirty is b i.w ti-lked of. H. F. r3tow nnd Lewis Ezekiels came in frui the M imnuth yeMterduv, JaWCr-for.l. editor of theKogn!e Nd- 8, as is towu. Ex-8en .tor Tabor, of Colorado, ia the owtier of ttie Valtard mmo in Maricopa county. Lien t. seel Mn?. A. T. Deuo left thin a -rviaz uaibuSuneu for Fort Pni cjuoa, to euj jy ti low weeks' leave. Mr. A. A. Porter end her daughter, Mrs. S A M4-oii, left yesterday aftet noou for Fort HubCbnca. on a abort visit. M G. K. Smith, paymaster IT. S. A., had .Mr. Gjudhart, returned last even ing from uu extended pay tiip, Capt. J. U. Ken, G ti Cavalry, of Fort WiuK.it-, in iho city us witnetH before toe l3. ptnot joart. Mr. on 1 Mrs. Fred W. Smith gave a very cuurm u, progressive eucnre party Inst eTcuiuj m Louur of Judo nnd Mrb Porter. .A large crowd hccepted Mnyor Ste vens mvi tuon to visit the oe nveuni across thti valley, tnis Htternoon, end vritoe-'sed itb fortnnt opening. Mr. Br...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 7 April 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. voLXViu. Si r r -ni.n7T.V P,TTT7.T?.Xr - . . ?. "V" jl Jjijivjji e ore our, 01 pauenoo with tbe eter nal howi about economy. How to save ------ fcuujt mere, i.os angeles, March 29. The well now to make your laat year's hat answer known case of HattieWoolatien. charged luiiuiajoar, uow 10 oneat your atom-l , 'uc' 01 Joo uarian nt aoh out of what it naturally craves- hff F?Pto , SJ y.c-nr w.aa BK?l? called up to manage so as to rive as little mrv ( T Cm,DUea DDlU others as possible-all this seem to lu, 1 "ASaTOK, March 20. Berry ad-tfaeDiritirfh-..iJ ! - emto iw dressed the senate on the president's the spirit of the advice that is rehashed annual message and the senate then pro- w.w.j Uj mo presa- xno laot i uu coneiaerauon or tuo bills that while a proper decree of economy 0 a- . tano. -. - ' -UiUawercpa8sedincrea9inirthBlin.il ' "uu wnHe noono "touW of expenditure for tho public buildings prodigal in luxuries and take no pro- at 8nn Francisco to $850,000. ch...

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. — 7 April 1888

WKEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY, APRtL 7. 1SSS. The attention nf the Cltv council 18 szain called to the danger of the old mod unlerworn adobe walls that line some of the principal thoroughfares of the city. The Citizen j id receipt of a copy of "The World Advance Thought Avaunt Courier of the New 8pintual Dispensa tion." Wo respectfally refer its perusal to the religeous Eiitor of our morning contemporary. The SictoFe Daily New Mexican, of April 2nd can in truth be called a boom edition. It is illustrated with cuta of the pat and present Santa Fe and con tains much well written and interesting matter pertaining to that city. A new o&mp that promises much in the future, has opened up between the Qi.ptoa and the Vekoi. To-day we pub lish the first acconut of the camp that his yet been made pnblio from our reg ular correspondent at the plaoe. Future developments and further information regarding it will be looked forward to with interest. PBT2SS2B KiBcnorr, of Halle, was recently request...

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 April 1888

WEEKLY CITIZEN. 'sArrRDAY. APRIL 7, 1SSS ilssksn dates ot February 25th reaeh ,j tere to-day, Qf8ase, California, hsa been inoorpor t'.tl as oity of the eixth class. Mine Host Geo. Christ, ot the Monte ,3:as Hotel in Nogales ia ia the city Mr Wm. Florshiem returned from a baiaess visit to New York a few days flE?t. Mrs Chas. H. Drake for the past week qa;'.e seriously ill is reported to be elow lj convaleainjf. 0..veta t J-nisht, Masqueteros en el CjaVento to-morrow night- Secure j oar seats early as both houses will be CX0dt)kl. Mr. John Dessert, the popular Nojrales j-etjhftn;, came ia from his home last renini; and -will remain in the city for the next several days. In tha case of the Santo Bita Land & JliSinff Company against T. Lillio Mer cer ft"1 of ejectment, Judge Birnei de eiJjJ m favor ot Mercer. Blaok, of San Diego, is vmitinp; ia this city, and is the ueat of her dsatfhter, Mrs. Santiago Ainea. Capt. H. D. Stevens and Mr. Watkinb' of Crittenden, returned home with 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. — 7 April 1888

It liMJ m. At N. MI WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 18S& The MaBter Builders of rittsburRbavo adopted the 9-hour rule. l'ncbla, Slexioo, residents who raise cot ton ore exempt from taxation for ten years, A Pittsburg blast furnace recently ship ped 3,000 tons of atooit pic-iron in less than ten day p. Miss Ida Johnson was taken sick yes terday afternoon and is confined to her room. Judge Ilancock, of Phenix, is in the city, on business before the lund office. Oapt. II. D. Stevens of Orittenden, n stalwart republican, and a very pleasant gentleman, arrived last evening. Dr. W. L. Wnrdwell and Mr. T. D. Hammond left for Silver Kinp last Saturday. Madam Rhea, billed to appear in Tuc son in the near future, opens her en gagement in Los Angeles to-night. The Citizen is in receipt of a pretty little connundrum from tantano, rhich will be given to the public a little later in the seaFon. The stage fare between Cosa Grande and Florence has been reduced to S3; round trip 5; Forty per ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 14 April 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. ml wm. Yj;rKLY Citizen. sAi KAY. APKIL 14 18S8 c r- w hat is wax ri:i. v .; s. .tares have ever been more v ' -siJed by the people of Arizonn, c- t 13t!i nnd 14th and if one half ,i. cr's that bnve been pal in ciroula- - 6r. tvze and we regret to say that I ' : m are susceptible of proof : ry can consider itself well . -,r j-ed. Bat are the legislators ,. J. ' rtbc hih-handid corruption ,-aicst them We think not - !of nominating conventions, i y the people who by their jC il them in position to do 'hey in consequence, must : , .-.ttvor reproach has been i . t ' rough tuem on the tair name t ir.tory. In these legislatures, it, E- .. . re cood men, anapproccbable i -;r- r and lobbyist, Bed who labored i. -j is the oauso of Rood R&vem - J &zl the enactment of wiee laws S.. y were in a hopeless minority r.v : too of ten force! under by the Zi.. nt notwithstanding this they did z-z to save the territory fnm a worse is un that which befell it. Then ir.s me ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 14 April 1888

WKEKLY citizen. SAiCRDAY, AIRIXi 10. 1SS& riCCCLI VKITIES or sewspapib In N v mberItt,Jndce Monison.o Apache County, in b bold end raaob cuninunicAt.ou to the Albnqneiqu. Oiizet.donoooor-d the wrongdoing, ol me piomint democrats in Apache Oount. iOL' 'Ifm tbenameof T W. Jobntoo figured largely and foi which s id T. W. J. entered suit for $10,(03 jhMUfee to bis vtluable charao . C roaeutiog on tbia tbe " Tucson Citj2s.n" editorittili and, "To this ex pee M. Jobui-oa objiots nod ffinsi tnron.h bi petiti n to tbe oonrt Torre drtB. I bat be is abort f 10.000 worth ot tbe repu.bt on which bo brought into this terntory nx inintba ago." Thia ar pens not to hve been appreciated by that gentJcrann, for on tho retnrn of th writer from Globe, about March 1st, be found h very ooiirteou note frou Mr. JuboooD riqu-etiue the anthorrbip of the triele in qnestion and laying in substance, that inasmuch as be wbb a stranger hereatonts we oould have koown nothing of him, and implying that paid comm...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 14 April 1888

u'kkkly Citizen. I ellVL-imnc...! I r f iju.iof.i iM illl.sa.Mii'ATALI.XAS I kday. Arniii u isss iii:i. Sac Dii:i. Auril S. Era if f Wb. -V. "Scott, Jr. aged 2S LOCAL XKWS. f- r..s xs to have b milkmaid's oon- T: e li .n'h dost in circalation to-day 'rtbs comfort of ti dog catcher, aeratic primaries will bo held 3sy aext. ,-..;o by name of Inocente is in r stealing a hnt. Ir- Carpenter is reported to be , , ill oi inuama-ion 01 me Doweis, '.' ne m Xogales. C izes acknowledges a Tote of t ..- Kindly extended to it by Kej-Iey jC, V l.O. A.U. ,, ;.WHOonso Cocan nnd Bron jv.', .. mediately relieved by Shiloh's r c'itizex acknowledges receipt of i 'j-s.Ci.' of feeds fnrn he Liwiston c '.' n-pany, of Lewiston, Idaho. Cv r- It j-sld by ua on a guarantee csumption. Frank H. Hereford has moved his .- the rooms formerly occupied by jlf Ma.key, on Pennington street. y John Spring went to Magdalenn , ra, Sstnrday last. He expects to be ib't a week or more. - i. M. BeJdisb, agent foi the VSl s C...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 14 April 1888

.1 J mm Uzbek Pi WEEKLY CITIZEN SATURDAY, APRIL 10. 18S& Mrs J K. W-lker, cf Pnenix, ia visit ing Aire. 11. A. Juhtieon. Probata .Ini'o Sot'erwbite has been tnmm med to Graham Co. on busintss wnh the prob:togof u estate S o-n-i Lira-. A. W. ttrewiterlOibio fautty bit- bs- u ap ituteit recruiting otficec m Sn Cflus reltvioir LleUi. Fredetick Woo iy of the some regi men. Lit a. H-nry O. B'tison 2d Lieat. Troop 1 . ba- oeen prom ted to In Lieut Troop A!, vice AIcDonad reoigoed. Lieut'. Benson is stationed at Fort Hua- GUUCB. Mr, 0en ferrer, misuser for M duDir uuC4.iiD tbe city making fioHl arrangements for the appearance i f tout tnleuicd la.iy. Mr. lerrensa verj pleBi-autgeotl-man, a capable aud com petent ranaer. Deput? Oi'llotor Withei's repirt for the month of M-'o1!. shows tliKt diver ore- s'nd ntSC3S09. rilvercno-entratee 6i 53 700, silvtr immon ot $2810-1 ann colli nuili in n Sll C3G pa-ted tu car torn houeedu.iiifc: mat penod.--R s"erve Tonrsdxy evcum STlle lines will pres...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 21 April 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. u)LXViir. weekly Citizen. tSAn KDAY. APRIL 21 18S8 im Priitins & Piioiita u u 1: k : " T K l w x, Gsaer&l Manager. T , r :r.. ? 3 t 7. II '. 11 T to ' ADVERTISIa bates: v o-i :Tf, first iowrtion 200 c 'ire, each fufouent insertion..... 13 -ee us ran the dailt: r. . i ,- S10 00 i.v 5D0 p.- v, tc 150 pt; OFFICE: N.. 19. 21 & S3 Church Street. - t v.io uguD iu me name tooistem trial now before the courts in iios Angelos be true, some members of me ponoa force of that oity should be rnrced to step down and ont pretty quick. It thore be men in authority that wm Buojeomeiplees women to tne bru . mu inuign lies oomplBined of, fuu.jo opinion it nothing else will suonid tumble them into the where they rightfully belong. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY APJUL 21 1888. TELEGRAPH NO 1; gutter A rBiTE over the central portion of tie sew avenue is as good as a ride on tie k IHus wave. A t rviL-nsn seventeen feet across with oath fivefeetlongh sh...

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