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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 21 April 1888

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1SSS. Bobtox Herald: At tbe rote immi gration to this country has begun this year, it is considered eale to calculate thnt our population will haw been in creased over half a million from foreigo recruits during the present twelvemonth. This will tax our digestive capacity several tens of thousands beyond any uingle year's quota cf immigrants yet. It is to bo hoped that tbe assimilative process will bo eqnal to the emergency. A real live hot weather poet has f a vored tbo Citizen with two Mercedian gems Mercedes of Guadalajara being his theme. But like "Beontiful Snow" they come to us unsigned save by tbe poetical nom do plume of "A Snbcriber" We cannot, way, we will not sutler the author of "Venetian Blinds" and "Soft Cathedral Chimes" to be lost in the oblivion of "A Subscriber" of which we have just ten thousand, Tear Her" "Swelling Bosom" "Cruel Fate" all bear the brand and mark of inspiration, but we love Mercedes too well to "smile up- on he...

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 April 1888

vVEEKLY Citizen, sXrt:KDAY. APRIL 21 1BS8 LOCAli NEWS. TherZOen Mexican Opera troupe st present enjoying tho hospitality ! Fbcnx. f-e rmted SUtos Krand jnry is in ..-'a to-day, nud many San Carlos 3 sijs have been summoned in nttend- J;f,; thereon. lue -ream nod strawberry feetival on K v 0. II. Adams' lawn to-night Ice .'esnand cake. ic5 cants; strawberries j eeke, 25 cente. Mr.W. W. Price, an nepirinc young .tlosist ot Riverside, CaL, is in TaMn en roate lne Huacbuea nionn-1..-5 where, by the assistance ot friends, rbpes to continue this delightful itady Mr. J. M, Drake, brother of Hon. O. c'pake, whom he is now visiting, nr r.i frum Riverside, Oal., yesterday. Mr. Drake is treasurer of that town hav-h-'been eleoted after a heated contest, ta'ibe prohibition ticket. The Arctio Ice Company have laid by :.7r supply of 300.000 poundB which IhJ will not touch until next fall. This is t" provide Bgaiast nny possible break is tto nsaohinery, and insures a full sup ply daring the Bummer....

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 April 1888

WKEKLY CITIZEN SATURDAY, APRIL 21. 188S. LOCAL NKW8. Walter Vnil is suit! to be seriously ill is Los Anjfelec M. nud Mrs. T D. Hammond left this BorniaK fr l'Jtt Colombia ranch. Dr. Ffcffoss sad trite of Kuwait aie ia tne dfy. Dr. Ki'ter, of Altar, is is the oity en route -a'. Me txpeoc to be absent for the next r-everal m-nths. Work on tne Wetmoro ditch has attain beo r-omm-nceJ and will be pushed ahead 11 fnst a. the mean within Ibeir power w li permit, Tbu Noifales delejration t the County Couvt-ntiun are expected to arrive in bJy in a few days and prts-nt a solid front ror their Mr. Georijo Christ, A centlemati'u gold scarf pin wan found la-t evening in the ContrreKt ti nal Oanrcb. lbe owner can get the fame by cailm at this office. Chinamen on tbe Smta Craz bottom have been marketing ripe atrawberrier for a werk pni. Tbuis tally as early if s t h little ahead of the best efforts of California ia a like direction Rnttoberos on tbe Santa Craz bot om h-ve commecod tbe Lurvesting o...

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 April 1888

lAjpONA- WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOLXVill. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTV, ARIZONA TERIUTOllY, SATURDAY APJtIL 28 188i?. NO 16 weekly Citizen. t-SALTR.iAY. APlilL 2S 18aS WIIATSH.VATOIt INK ALIA SAYS. Sexatob IxqaiiLs sayg of immigra tion: "I is the ootuing question of oar t me Yhnt to do about immigration. W e have been for so many- years parad ing oa the shore, shouting 'Hail, Colum bia' to the nccompan ineut of a brass band, waving the State und Stripes and beckoning violently to all auarterof the c!cbe, that we have perhaps, carried the buciness a little too far. "We find that we have a surfeit of un skilled labor. At the end of thus centu ry in twelve years morn the public Jomain will virtually be exhausted. There will not remain, subject to the Homestead laws, it quarter section of land on which corn or wheat can be pro fitably raised. 'Then what will happen? Then land cf all kinds will increase enormously tn value. Tenanta will supersede freehold er?. In my judgement the arqaisitton ct land by ...

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 April 1888

sfaau 'I IILI1II WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY. APRIL 2S 18S8 To Loudon papers are having lots of fua st Ignatius Donnelly's expense The crest cayptocram discoverer will have ii bard row to boe in England, and will us Riide to appear as ndicnlous as poesible. It ie unquestionably true, as sufi-gest nd hv the Hod. John R. Lynch, tho dis- tiaicuwhwl colored louder, that "it it is powible for tho Republicans to carry New York at all they can carry it with GrrtshoB):" end man who can beat Oieveland in Xow York has claims upon tin Chicago Convention which entitle him to profound consideration at its hand". Globe Democrat. The republioan territorial convention raeeto lit Phonix to-monrow to eelect two delegates and two alternates to the Chicago convention in Jane. Tho can dtdute- as far as hoard from are Lewis Wolrly and Geo. Chri&tot Pima oonnty, A. L. Grow of Cochise, Dr. Goodrich of Maricopa, ex-Gov. F, A. Tnttle and Col. Eers of Yavapai. The above named gentlemen are all republicans of...

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 April 1888

VEEKLY citizen sXJ.DAY, APRIL 28, 1S8S. i)ii:n t'u citr. on 21ht lust.. vusb'er of Mr. uud Mrs. Cha sl J? nays. Mruy J LOCAL NEWS. 'I, ,'. Dadgo is quite ill from a - ritack of rheumatism. t:, J fa. ob!e left last evening for rt ts:t to Li Ji Angeles, r-.b lens nna ir. ieikec drove in j. t13abscomori yesterday and will several uno. t. M. J, Egan, of dittos, goes to r :;i this evening a delegate from C-'&3 county. "t;45. T. EtchelU has been seriously ill r us past f ew dajs with liver or ato tN-UDle. S alesnna aoiomonville aro nutaer s j represented at the Court Uou? k- g this term of court. k a't forget H. L. B. 8. concert next V ijy. Be on bund, help a good cause j. j r.d enjoy yourself. 21. Ketchum tho popular eohool U- 1 bt CjQijotoa n in the city on r;.t f R few days and is stopping at C smopolitan. u. i). Underwood is Ectinslreceiver of - . j at the land ouiee during tho ab jf Major Fred Y. mttli in San irsn'tsco, U, 3. grand jury which has been session for the past week co...

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 April 1888

WKEKLY CITIZEN SATURDAY, APIUL 23. 1SSS. LOCAL NEWS. Jndce Wo-d is einag considerable at tention t bee culture. Meter". W. E. Miller and John Ruckel-houi-en of Fi-.rn.ee, re in tbe cjij. Ink ing d look over thf uncient pueblo.' A Kasal Ij-Ject m tr with eob bot t' t.f all lull's Odturrn Remedy. Trior EO cent-. The H. L B S. Rive n concert ner VnndHV eveuto?. A'lmwMon 50 centB. extra charge to reserve ueate. Ool Darr ukr loU of coods on hand nn.i mor ojntutlv oiarnir in from California. Wftram Daram. Mm William 7, .nkftndorf and famil ir turned h.nn Int nuhi after several ninths tinjouru in New York. Mrs Mitmll. mothor of Mn. R, H Jefforcsa it Miss Maxwell, is -wptcted iti from California this eve u id?. Of thp 1R trro Dlnnted by Mr. J, 8. Mnnsti-ld 16 are growing in good shape. Ibis evidences what a little care wii do. Mrs; Irwin daughter of Col, Wallace, is in from Pbeuix. on bn-iueis coDtiect- ad with the lund office, one will remBin here eeveral das a. Why Wtt.t, Yon conch when S...

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 May 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOLXYlIf. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MAY 5 188U. NO 17 Citizen Priatiss & Pabiisbins: Co II K K It K K T n It O W X, Gsncrsl Manager. ir . lr-r - thR-- MonUu .. ADvr.nnsi.NO sates: $ 3 00 210 I 00 , onre. tirt insertion ; Jasre, each subeauent insertion . 200 125 tebsis roc the sailt: fy Mctl Per OFFICE : $10 oo 5 00 1 50 So. 19. 21 A 23 Church Street. TnE Star this morning, in referring to tbe Graham county delegates to the Territorial Democratio Convention, bbtb tbey are all tried and trne Democrats xiit the exoeptioa of J. T. Fitzgerald, eJilorof the Clifton Clarion, whom it bc cases of being a Republican. This will to doubt be news to the people in gen. era! who have known Fitzgerald's pro nounced views during his long residence in tbe Territory. There is one thing Ihst Fitzgerald ia very sure.of, and that it is that his record as a Democrat, to isy the least, will compare very favora vith that ol the editor of the Star. It Btand...

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 May 1888

w kp:kly citizen SATURDAY, MAY, a, 1SSS. Fuller knowledge ot Melville W.Foller Ihe new Chief JusP'cp, i 8wsited by the (Jtiaulr before parsing, jndg-msnt on bis capabilities and qualification. As so nnenrther ot ooeonre patriots Cleve laul taies the bitkerr. Eenatok Stajf bdb roported to have two-thiida of the California delegation to the Co-csco Convention, pledged to hia fcnpporf. If be trill not think hard ot a we would like to Enegestthat it will take more than this camber to make him President of the United States. Evidently trie Saltan ot Morocco has beco apprised thBt the Demo era's ure in pwer and so refuses to submit-thoHilTcrcDOes between his high and mighty self and this joantry to ar bitration as at first proposed and the I'tal is declared off, With Bloine presi dent of the United States it woald take a biecer man than n turbnned Turk to knock the chip oil the shoulder of Uncle Sam. The lost pupil decree direoted against the plan of conducting the campaign in Ii eland ha...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 5 May 1888

"flTKKLY CITIZEN. Ill i.Y. APRIL 2S1SS8 IjOCAh NKWS. t -c- t c " r. 1.- i t c v. r r t c . tl J -' r.r i r Noyt, iitouts. Kiber, Harris :. returned from a abort visit il uschaos to-day. -t sJiDK of AViilia l HayneslnBt L."Kft. superb. Tb yonat; Rentlc r with tho beat iu the land. - Uftvnes has returned from Phc- uie tcr lie gave a reKdinc; iu ".. 'uoiist chnreh, nscisted by local tlent. Mr. Mnynes hIho tout: r of very flae viewa of tho beau ...iy. - Mix Z er, the well kwown grocer, for Earopo this evening, on a visit vid folks t bomr." Ho expect ,b ent several rauuthr and in the t his brother, Mr. Nathan Zier, ,t charge of bis busiues?, .1 Elite on the aor.h oast cor :" i ingress nnd Mejcr in ebortiy to j't-ned bv Mr. Cnu!. Krbam. It ih i iug thoroughly refitted for that ;ae information o our honorable b wLo advertises h letter for B. J. .Jes. the Ciiize.v takes the libertj . mt; that the uddres f that gen in :s Florence, P.nnl County. , y is regarded a the beet rjtornnch - lait h-9...

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 May 1888

WKEKLY CITIZEN SAIUUDAY; MiT: 5, 18S8. LOCAL NKW8. Geo. Christ is in Tnosofc on his way to lit O 'Odfellow of Tomb-tono is inlpeot al his ojuutry, tbla prfnoa among Tucson uu business fur a duy r (wo. There will be r reeulir meti" of Tuoson On' terN .3 tt. A. M M 7 p. m, and n epeHftl -on lv of Arizmn otm iBindrN.l K. r. a; 7-30 p. m. Tor Wjikin ti-e Rd Cto r. Ei-Tonitonl TreBsurer T. J. Bailer of IVetot'i hi rived lat-t evening from thrt wet a-id will remain in the city b few day p. MniorXiyen and llnC Hamilton, bio Beice, Liut. Harri- and Raber started for Fort lloKCbtUHby ambulance yeBtei dny. Tn.y expect to bo ttbeeai about one wetk. Toon. Mounter, operator iu the West ern Union tfflc-f, has returned from T mtw'oDe, whrre h- bud cbnr.e of the ofHse d'irin? the nbenceof the mana Kisr. His ti iends bre K'&d to see him bcb. Chne. T. Etohells leaves tbii evenine for San Fraueioon, and from there will tail for ta? SaodJich Islands for tne benefit of his htfUtb, which hss been q l...

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 May 1888

A RIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. ft YOLXVill. TUCSON, PIMA OulLViT, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MAY 12 188b'. NO 18 A" HEKLY CITIZEN b.VlURDAY, MY. , 1SSS. f. :;v,i ?mwA Pabjsliins Co II i; it It H n T into W N , Ganerpl Manager. X Sl.-Jthe 1 Od ADVtKTisis-a Bates: f -,..sre, hrst iurortton.... ...... ....... 200 t s . are,eachsul-qiiiit insertion..... 125 TCBM3 FOR THE DAILT: J' 1 Oin . '.ek OFFICE : .. 19, 21 A" 23 Church Street. .. J10 00 500 1 5U Si.oihfclnes3 is death to communi ty as well as individual interests. Isi.alls is ieported ss the National pjverixer of coppeihead war record reputations. "I tell you if Blaine is elect- el I'll flop so quick it will make your Uad swim." L. C. Hcohes. Sieam Pumps and windmills will ul Usl.y be eal.ed "upon to salvo the irri gu - problems that have so Ion; been b.-f -e'i the country. Bv His method water can be raided to tbesnface in Buf D ent quantities to ba made pay hand fortfly and beyond that nothing more Ci- be desired. Tee Eapubhcans of th...

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 May 1888

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SAT BOAT. MAY 12, 18S8 Bt oeint true to oar country loterctlt wo an belter be tru tooarselves. TnB T didn't Ret an cffioo" clamor ap pears to have disgusted toma of the Rood people of Pbrnlx. Eoap, bow good G rover Cleveland must feel cow that his admioljtratioin h is been endorsed by the Demooraoy of Arizona This endorsement it worth more to bim than a third term-J Tee men that get sway with Geo, H, Steven? and Jim Coyle, are dandies on a combination They must retire late and rie early and then be cautions lest the; lufTjr the fate cf tbe worm. Cochise and Grabam Ojanties undoubtedly swung the big end of the Convention. Ir Pima county would enhance her wealth he mast first judiciously adver tise her resources and thus make known her vast and undeveloped riohes to those who fain would seek homes within her bard erf, and to capital that would invent were opprtnnities for each in vestments be made known. The future of Pima oanoty is with her own hands. Tbb Bohrd of Snp...

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 May 1888

CITIZEN "Ui MJ-VY, MlY . 1S3 & .OCJJ NEWS. II 0- ip Hnlpomte Lr returned to t zafe of Omitm b-MiqneMod : J L':o.s Strdy oisbt last. , on go to Bdnon stop t.t tin- c n Frsackfio Mttiieo . , r ia rriueica b-iu-mto were .s ajurriise a: the catbedrnl. ,.rl.s Vdloo ia visiting is Phe - palp's tx-iui: ta u&ubli.h , x CHW-pHper 10 that oity. Mr M-ssersmtta contempittes u visit to ." " -i-ia iu tbo nehr future. Ho ex' ts to be absent nt-nt ten d&ye. JI -s-s. C. Seliitmiu Go. nre patting sr j -u.-staDtml awning in frout of tbt-:r iu: A was b new arrival at tba bornt ; ind Mrs. Hsutty terday.m tbe young &x.d hundfocio son. C . ;rstulations. r i to Weinatock, Labia & Co., Sa cra - nto. Cal., for new IlluotrutoJ Stiop p. ., C-ital -sae of Dry Good-1, Clothing, Interesting, vuluaolo sod free. Til- aal Airs. ?raik ililtenberjr leave tli.i vjumc for Ea-opa. to ba Roue at sis m nths. Tae Citizsn wi6hes tc J s satd trip and it pbasant jaurnaj. Itenty-five young Indians from the V...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 12 May 1888

nfrrnMi -ir rirmTVPAT I ad DniWin Bad loan association V t rjrjJXl I Jl AJX.Ci.l.le will mt ia regularly montbly meeting this eremos in- tha Chtv Hall ao sharp. There will bo $1200 to be dia- poseooi ana as the bidding is likely to SATURDAY. MAT 12, 18S8 Blaok'a adrioe to yoan men: Let your whiskers grow and pat your money la ui&m ud. Mrs. Hi-1 Hale baa assumed charge of the Indian f oDool pending the re turn ot Alias vVhutaker irom. the east. Water can be obtained anywhere on the m-nn near Tucson at a depth ot from 10 to 70 feet, and ibe enpply ia inex haustible. Mesrs. SleTens & Hughes are adrer ti'ioK not a 800 hoiae power bat a 300 eaudle power lamp. It is the largest lump eTrtr brought to this country. The friendi ot Mrs. Fred W. Hmith will be pleased'to learn that the op 'ra tion on tier eye was performed suooees fuily bud she is improving rapidly. The tram from the east lut night fail ed to brlog ia any mail ot any charac ter or from any point along the road, either i...

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 May 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. voLXViir. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATl'RDAY MAY 10 188S. NO 19 VKKKLY UlTlEiN SATURDAY, MiY, 19, 1SS3. Tij Gittza Priite & PaHusbmsJo ii k it n k it t in:o w , General Managor. Per Voir $ 3 00 fi.i Months 2 IO Tbree Mont&B .... 1 W ADTk.nTistNO rates: One Square, nrstinnertiira.... ............. 2fO O-eSanare, each subsequent inwrtion..... 125 TEBHS FOIl THE DAILY: Pr Tear $10 W Bn Months 5 00 Per Month 1 50 OFFICE"": N"o. 19, SI A- 23 Cliurrh Street. A DEMOCRATIC KICK. The Mills dark-lantern crowd are geU tine very uneasy. Thty traded with the Virginia, Alabama and Tennessee mexn bers on the iron BDd o al question, with' the Louisiana members en eogar, with South Carolina cn nee, and wo vari ous other members on various questions, that they might strike down Amend-' industries in Republican elates. But the Democrats have been hearing from home, .Free wool, tree salt, and free lumber, with an averag tax of $1.11 on the mouth ot every i...

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 May 1888

weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. MAT 19, 1888 A MOjT IIOPETCL OUTLOOK, Tbe spring or lBSS-finds the stook in terests ot New Mtxioo and Ariiona in a better condition than either Territory hB ever btfore known. In both Tern torieUhe winter t-at baB just eloped TO one urn rkably for heavy enow and raintall. NVver in the history of Arixo rmmethe American occupation, and few times in two so re years that New Mexico has been under American rn e ctah mere snoh BTficipttution of mois tore as during the winter of 87-8. For the three or four years proceeding, both Territories hai felr the blighting effrcta of dton b, combined with snoh Boarcity of feed which kept stock poor rustling forsomethineon which to sustain lire. With eaUm ont ranees, low prices, oTer stocked and kindred evil?, discourage ment was becoming a prominent feature in stock growing in the southwest, until nw. with now crass in every direc toB. abundance ot water and a steady for beef oattie, both east and west, with good price, has...

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 May 1888

t-TTT "V fTrTTVTrx : T Under 6beriff Shiboll U io reoeipt of b LXk-L'i VJlljllix ! letter from Sheriff Shaw stating that - ir i ' - ' - . - r i , UirHDAY, MvY.19. 1SSS. LOCAIi NEWS. j then bns tieon no new developumcnts i in tlm Sonora It. It, robbery oaue. A ipxiion ni me rcbbera were bulieved to I be on tbo Houorn side nnd were hrtinw pursued by the authorities ot that HtaSe, the balance nro believed to be in Arizo. ua nnd streniious cfibrds ero beiug made . lounicu tuem. r H 1$. Tennov, ot tbo Oitizex. id T .j.. m Florence. t i'ittzex Roes east and west tbo S;T coiujjot its publication. Iimbstono base ball club beat t. L r rt Lowell Siao oy a Rnino of 13 to J. G. Hilzinser, City Aeseasor cf j I i in the eiy. He ii entbusi - i ver tbe boom city on the Ilio t lame back, Bide or chest, use Si, Ish's Porous Plaster. Price 2i cents capt J. S. Noble is confined to bis t,. vrith an attack ot sciatic rheumatism J eave Saturday evening for Lo3 Jxgeles. with Mrs. Xoble. Cspt. J P. RafFerty...

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 May 1888

IWilPM- GJTIZEN. V. Tbe X.isalt-B Itesetv no lonrer let for Orea.Uc.-, or boa being. J tdc JJiroe La K me 10 .Tombstone, IBU 1 Aye J.fl IO D- UOaeuii ouuun.i TheHi-iaus O mpaoy's Mill at tb ?ft ;... in uht'Uilc d t. et-.Il Up B'Oli i?t -lui MIeof Ltzt muD.li un L..ccmo ' e iic. - lifEGai-mley retu ned from a tbret ;hv.u b& o f euLsyivaou to-Ja) . H. etue troSipcttiDrf on freight, hv unseed fh"S,pKestn.cr tiain by ont bmr, , . . ThsE ta op?ns its doors to-night witb -8 t.au.t At veu u'oiock.sbtrp tna i - , Hi ? tra mn ,erernnote (trill ;begin nut' ,t e public wll be treited to a grand fret bb out. E.-e.-y&jJy is welcome. Mr. E, F. McCrar? one of tbe solid VjmJiMFJrruce i dmDK.tbe a-at. 4-l'FrpHem!id,e tbe OrrizE. a -plea an e .1 to i. Mww. McK-iy nod Bruce left tht moruibfc lor tbeir nhetp iiiih at tb Creole. . 8rodrto" Wein-tock. Labin k Co , Sa-e-nuT5oo. Otin fui ucwiliur.tr-. eJSnop piuif0.ttut"tue of fry OoodvCloihiiih. E .tliieros io,vluaoIe uud tree. TtTS'iiea Bt ike tn...

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 May 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. 0LYIH. TUCSON, PIMA COUXTW ARIZOXA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MAY 2G 18CS. NO 20 ftTEKLY CITIZEN. s vri BO AY. MAY 2G, 18SS ;;.:. Pmtii2 & PttMiskinECo ,1 1 n n u it t u u o w lieneral Manager. ADVEKTISINO UATE3: i.rst lnMJrtion.... . eafh sabi-eiiaent insertion-.. TERMS FOB THE DAILY: . 2 (K) . 1 00 2(W 13S .$1013 5 00 1 Ml x OFFICE : ID. 21 .V 23 Church Street. ATTACHMENT TO MIWSPAl'EUS. strong attachment of subscriber? . i U condaoted newspaper is fully ...r&ed by publishere. "Stop my words of dreml to beginners in .rr. ss, lose their terror after Bjiaperi t.u established for a terra of years. :az as a paper pursues a just, hou V. judioious course, meeting the Tists of its customers, in all respects, , ties of friendship between the enb r yer3 and the paper are as hard to 's&s. by an outside third party as the "fct-st binds oil friends in sical life. Q..a5:;3slly detects and errors in a t-wpsper are overlooked by those who tlv: te03me attached to it t...

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