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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 26 May 1888

SI s A 1 mi n 1,4 I -p. !3f OS ft m m it Weekly citizen SATURDAY, - MAT, 36, 1SSS.. ran temple of justice. The movement made by the Benate oommittee on pnblio buildings and grounds to erect n "temple of justice" ie a good one. The Supreme conrt of the United States is one of the moat august tribunals the world ever saw, and it Bhould be boused in a building worthy of its end the country's dignity, if Ame rican architects can design such abuild ng. The present accomodations for the Su preme Court are hardly worthy of "a back county" court in one of the inte rior Btntes. A little, "stuffy," room which is crowded it twenty lawyers en ter, a narrow passageway to the bench. dresmng room and clerk's office across the corridor, a marshal's room hardly larg6 enough to turn in, and its library in the basement ore the present quarters provided for the Supreme Court. The theory of our government ia that we have three co-ordinate branches, each of eaual dienity. but when we examine into the wor...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 26 May 1888

I t ' - BSSB SB BBSBBB w i 1 , i'MKLY Citizen. , yITROAY. MAY 2C, 1SS8 bOCAL NEWS. t: reatened tdorin want olsowbcre -rj ni its tnreuts. . M 15. ARHirro ot San Diego is : '.rit'Dus in nicpon. tt-rritorinl pross, with few excep- rj tfvini; iitiixnoir Hughes some imra tugs. . l"'.-rnrlf Enfnmrisn hiu nri1iil - iri'ss find will soon bnlargo. It is psper and aesorves to propper. Krulik L. Austin, of Tamno. in in . He if an old Hint Arizoniiin. J favorably known uereiibouta. r.. Clark Churchill, of Plienir, was v. u joetordii'- He returned home laming. Ir. John Depart, o well known find .rt republican, returned to his .cd business in Xognlos lust evttti- Franklin has been admitted to : .ii in Phonis. lie i rapt-rteJ to i'iied a vary creditable ex&minn- pohoe have instructions io sup- - fust rid in c nnd driving on the t -. Take r note of this boj? na it it fo be cam in j our pochtt:. . t Tombstone bnse ball ninedownei U'mquerqne t:im in a spirited c m- 1 f 4 to 3, on Saturday lust. 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. — 26 May 1888

WEEKLY CITIZEN. m SATURDAY, MAT, 26, 1SSSL LOCAL NEWS. Itoteri A. Lewis passed through Tuo son Saturd&y evening on his way to New York. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ezekiels, Misaea Brn-kie and Zettie left this morning for Noalea to ba gone several weeks. SupU Smith, of the Locomotive mine, is ia the city. He reports the mine looking well aud the outlook good. Ttae Nogiles Heoord threatens to va mose the ranch unless it is better sup ported. Don Carlos Velasca has returned from I'henir. lie thinks it a wonderful little city. Mrs. Herbert Brown and babies leave to-uipht for b summer visit to Santa Barbara, California. Mr. and Mrs. Al Bernard leave; this eveuicc on a visit to the eastern states. They expect to be absent for tha next everul months, Mr. Ira Hay wounded almost to death oy toe bonora train robbers is wen known hereabouts where be redded for several years. Mrs. IL A. Johnson and her Utile daughter Emma, are in I'henix enjoying the hospitality of friends. She writes home that she ...

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. — 2 June 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. Hi MLXYJir. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY JUNE 2 188$. NO 21 Wkekly Citizen. SAITRDAY, JUNE 2, 18S3 I Pristiii & PqMIsImisCo 11 l 1: n i: u t 1: 1: o w ', General Manager. . S 3 t 1 " . i tj ADVKBTISISG BATES: -. ..- . nrt iorwrJieo.... ............. 200 1 -,..:., each HbHMceiit iswrtiun 125 TERMS FOB THE DAILY: $20 00 . 5W . 1 SO OFFICE: N Ill, 21 i JS Church Street. COMPARATIVE WAGES. Irr following schedule of weekly ;e' is earnestly recommended to s., .-cadets ot tha Citizen who may Lit -p. r my of the many free trade epecch tfz wnlloat ja the political air. The K-i dale was compiled from the official tijtistics furnished by government cen sus takers and United States consuls in ...gland. Paste it in your bat and when j i And a man holding forth on the r anil rocklessly proclaiming that ti.. tar iff doesn't benefit American work bgsen, show it to him: i i England. . ;ert f 6 09 - -akfrs . 6 03 -- :.t9rs i .aker ijrars .......... .-mi...

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

weekly citizen, BATURDA.Y, JUNE 2, 168& LET CS ADTETCTISK. If the business men, especially real eetnte owners, would nse ihe aajo el torts to advertise the many advaatafffa of Southern California nat they did three Tear wro, the aame reenlta would follow. What bronRht the vast num bers to lioa Angeles oounty at that time was the information Bent them through nawspapeM and pamphlets, and sow to ceaao nil efforts in that direction is bad policy. We shoald haTe plenty of read ing matter right now to send abroad to the different conventions, state fain, e;e. The TimB will continue to call at tention to this faot in hopes that our pn!lic-spiritpd citizens will take some action. Frcm the frequent inquiries re called at the Times office from the East ern State?, it i evident that interest id this beautiful land is not by any means lessened. Wake upl I. A. Times. The same line of reasoning is Rood for Tucson and Pima Oounty. It matters rot what inducements we have to offer to outsiders ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 2 June 1888

j:nY citizen. Sanfotn. sIi itOAY. JUKE 2, 1R3S LOCA.L NRWS. oi Tots th: ; ,hn O'Dougherty ju town. .'srcea oxpeotB to leave for St. , evening. Anderson is report ad to bo .-t 5; touil W. II. Taylor, of the 31 imbre?, one ot Grant county's moBt progressive farm er and stockmen, oamo np this week ou court tiubioeee. Some months ago ho rend at: ar.isleoa epereelte, in the En terprise the new forage plant which na ture feoins to have especially produced for the nrid regions ot the world. Mr. Taylor immediately pent to Carson, Nevada, where he is well acquainted, for some seed, and the plant is now growing on his rcnoh ncd,liaH readied a height of eix and seven inches. The botanical name ot the plant ib Santoin, by whioh it is known in Xcvodo. Tho plant has bnt recently b?en introduced Into Amer- b tt.. . 1 . :i , .. . - . - 1 lunu uuu uuuM'ili "ut 11 rectus iu U3ly ill at bis home in oga- h(iVe inXo unverSftl fftVor whct. ever tried. Stove Uhle, of the brewery depot on Broadway is perfe...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 2 June 1888

Vi-mr Weekly citizen 1 SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1BS8. be : LOCAL NEWS. Jnaee Barnes and Marsha! Meade re turned from Pnenix yesterday. The days may be red hot but the nights are delicionsly oooL Mr. Bnd Mrs.Ochoa and Miss Santitos Affuirre are visiting friends in El Paso. Vichy oomes in a length ahead of all other drinks. Messrs Kenjjla Waer k. Kengla expeot to commence the manutaoture of leather within thirty dBys. - Mrs. SamanieRO and her Bister Miss Emilia Aguirre ha?e gone to Fairbanks on a visit. . Mrs. Al Bernard and children left last evenintc for Kansas City to spend the summer. Mr. Bryant, of Crittenden, made the Citizen a pleasant oall this morninjj. He expeote to leaTe for home to-night For pure, unadulterated drugs, cheap prioea and oourteous treatment, go to Dr. Geo, Martin'e. Mr. H. F.Barstow leaves this evening for the east by -way of California. He will return Bbout September 1st. Gbocp, Wnoopisa Oouan and Bron chitis immediately relieved by ShilohB Cnre. Sold by Geo. Marti...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 9 June 1888

.7.. jjta- ARIZONA WEEKLY j m)L xviir. .4 TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZCLSTA TERRITORY, SATURDAY JUNE 1) 188b'. NO 22 WEEKLY CITIZEN SATURDAY, JUNK 9, 1SSS. -fjj:a Pf latin & PaMisliifliCo n k n u k u t incu w n General Alanager. r ADTtKTisiNii hates: . r.rttiuiMtrtion.. ........... (".each euliiaent insertiun. TXBJIS TOE THE DAILY! f S 00 ... 2 00 1 CD 2 a 135 I t r-- $10 00 5 11 1 so OFFICE : No. ll. 21 Jt 23 Church Strcot. Mb. Theo. Q. Fitch returned from 5.;jra a tew dBys since sad Riven a cat interesting account of the prosper jtjof that state, not only from ii mining rat also from an agricultural and poxno ...ical standpoint. Tho demand for raora oranges has csassd un increased Kresne of orchards to be planted and taught into notice olbeis that had not tH?n previously known to the market, so tit the ontpnt for the present year will i:et J all preceding fiess ins by f nlly oas-tkiTd. The rich alluvial lauda of the Is ai wd Mayo rivera are at last in a txi wy of being opened up ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 9 June 1888

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY. JUNE 9, 1838 MS i A? "KICKERS " Wheseveb f a hear a democratic of ficial kicking iig est the at fir, set to work ajd carefully investigate aud yon will find that individual has been-or is now engaged in some rascality and be lieves the Star is on bis trail. Yon will find this to be as true as "holy writ." If yon have any doubts as to the prediction give the Star the names of these officials and we will tigr'ae to prove onr state ment ovejy "time. Star. Hobt obeerfully wn rise to comply. Governor 0. Meyer Zalick, Secretary Tames A. Bayard, Treasurer 0. B. Foster, Superintendent of Public Instruction Ohas. M. Strauss. Auditor John J. Hawkins, Surveyor General John Hise, Attorney General Brings Goodrich. Commissioner of Immigration Game- ton H.King, Snixsrintendent Territorial Prison John H. Behan. Prison Oommmissioneis Geo. BL Ste vens, Ieaao Lyons. Member Edncational Board Territo rial Normal School T.W.Blinn. Member Territorial Sanitary Commis ion Isaac N. ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 9 June 1888

Veeexy citizen 5ATUKDAY, JUNE 9, 1SSS. LOCAL XEWS. izli Bolsn, of Graham County, is cs&rl- r' Bt tne OostoopolitdD, M'i. Mpr Smith's injured eye oon "t improve, to the great delight VCir husband nnd fnonde. il,nerul M. H. Sueiraan of Phenix over ono train to dy to imend j j f o: ,e bu3inera before the land office. rsr -la L-iilont, ono of the Warner f.. t aldens, vras consigned to tho S"? n,s honor Judge Meyer, for being ri Ba disorderly. A pted notice on the Court House ba.,'-un oard announces tho ssleof tho Ksrr w Onage milvray effects to satisfy s djment of B. C, Parker for two tv'j and odd dollars. C &.. T. Etchells his returned from ic extended trip to California. Age d drink of Viohy adds lBtgely to si- life tolerable under the broad jr.- -'f &a Arizona summor enn. Jbc bnildinu and Loan Association te la successful meeting last Monday tvcricp. Tho City Council ought to make ar restments to extend tha street spnnk li3 One team should be kept at it e-ery day. Hon. P....

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 9 June 1888

weekly Citizen. SArLBUAT. JUNE 9, 1SSS LOCAL NEWS. TO DISBAR AN ATTORKSY HORACE HELL BRINGS nil RGE3 AUALNSTC. C. 8rEfUENs. GatnTm King ncd Sam Pnrdy have forjaod a hw partnerrhip. Mr. J. L. 3Jfe-f mi'h lias returned from trip to San Prancitco. A j lly piooio prty enjoyed the day ye-t-rdar at Airnn Unliente. Mr. Cha. H. Howe ns returned from a vaaation trip to Albuquerque. The Southern Paoitio p&y oar arrived yesterday, nnd tue boys are in circani Bt&soes again. A tti mercury rises in the bulb so dos Viohy in the estimation of lovers of a rojU cool hoslthtul drink. Mr Don A. Ssnford returned yestei day from a three wteks tr;p to Wash ins ton. The Citizex desires to acknowledge eourtpsies extended by Editor Pennine- ion oi tne Demmg Headlight. The Florence Enterprise appeared last week in n new dress which improves the appearance of the paper very much. Mr. 0. II. Home leaves in a few days to take charge of a pump on the Booth ern Pacific road a few miles from town, 3ir. Wood...

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. — 16 June 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. AOLXYJir. VE EEXY CITIZEN TUCSON, PBIA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY JUNE 10 1888. SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1SS8. 1:. jjea Friatins & FQbMmeCo II l. K It K K T 11RO W X, General Manager. i 1 r .(S ti M--aths f 3 CO . 2 (J 1 (0 ADVEBTIHlSO BATES: v brt inrtion.... 200 .a.rc, dbck subsequent insertion 1 25 TKEX3 rOC THE DAILY: .' , Jl- :it!is. i v..,. j i -k OFFICE : No.. I'J, -t Jfc 23 Church Street. . CO S 00 . 1 'M j-rz bandanB Huppliea to the Demo c;v a long felt -want. They bavo now tithing to blow on. It will be quite s saving to some of their coat sleevee. Guns ham, eays the Hartford Post, is of . g cabin birth and pine knot education. These aro the elements of western Popularity. Now that tho democracy ' have gone Sore nnd did it," nothing remains for tteB to do beyond electing their meD, sn they oV course will do nln Oregon TuX mtuSS la making a tenooious tight fur ike Bisbeo Railroad. Should ehe luoeeed in getting it, it would add each to the busi...

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. — 16 June 1888

Weekly citizen SATURDAY, JDXE K3, 1SSS. TnK red bandima trill bo dyed blots afttr the C:b of Jiirember tint. The Nation 1 D morrntic p'atform a red bandann h;indktcblef woii't vasti. Tn virtu of Rspab'ionn victory will be inoculated into tha KepuMicn ticket at Chicago lu a few d ye. Ci.evei.and and Thcumin will do the "Damon and rythiai" set iq November with tbo interesting addition ot their donb'o execution, instead of the worn out happy ending. It makes a Republican tsinile to read the interviews with leading Democrats in the east, especially in New York, as to the Btreujjth of the Democratic ticket. 8urely the Bemocr.ta do not "bob np as 6erenely" as was expected by their ma chine manipulators. Oregon again ccmes to the froni as a donbttnl state doubtful na to whether aba will give a Republican majority of 10,000 or 20,000. Iho Democracy can eitact more cold comfort from the ioy end of the north pole than they can get from the Oregon doubt. As the California National Republi can ...

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. — 16 June 1888

M6 VEEKlY CITIZEN. ! "sTrCKDAT. JUNE 16, 18S8 5 LOCAL NKWa 1). Casenegn, of Ncgaies, is Id to be m- r. "jsi-e Anderson is reported 1 Ht hie home in Nodule. t I D Smith o' tu- L emotive " .- i ft n, l huh, tpuiu m rtiKv j w b ernoon. t , Stat of Booora levies a tax ot l nn nverr ba- torn wi'hiu its It ought to bi the- other way. c nk J. Hi-nej- lift la?x evening to ,t ii, rs rntl Droi eriy tax on 6 mt . n;ouffiv m tbe rj&nta Cettiliuhtf. Mu-on Him nis troop nre hi pre- 6n rear- li- viug m .ie me Ct ,est on tue trip EM, Ijng the top of th Sin. Oataii- Tbe republicans rhould make some ar- ramtEunt tor a ratifloatioo meeting as oou ts the noiniunU'ins At CuioHgn xre over 'l'ht-y trill tmrdly be mttdn before w ednrrday afternoon or 1 tmrsdny. G. Al'iison and rods displayed the usual umoaut of ti-ie lookin cnrpi this j ti.it-rnuoo. i.iio usn are lu&eu ir m me pon.) uvd tmnit-dtutely pUced ou the ice. tn&Uing tbem perfectly freeb. This week oloses the spring term of the i) nb 1...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 16 June 1888

V WEEKLY CITIZEN. a m 8A.T0RDAY, 3TJNE 16, iSSf LOCAL NEWS Bnainess ia reported Jail in conrt circles. Dr. "Wardwell retoraed from Florence yesterday eveclnpr. Stevens & Hughes huro received on invoice of patent gates. Capt. D. D. nail is in the eity spam. He recently returned irom Matamoroe, Mexico. Aa an irrigator ot dry tbroata and hot toinaohs the famous Viohy whtera nro vritbont a parallel. Sold by Dr. Geo. Martin for 10 cents a shara. Messrs. Hereford. Zsbriskie. Tenn&y and Blaok have been appointed a com mittee to nrrango matters for the com ing Fonrth of July celebraiion. Mr. L. W. Tatum, superintendent of the San llicardo mines in Sonora, is in the city on business connected with hu oompany. The fine rjeacuea now being sold by Messrs Wheeler & Perry and also by Mr Olseu, come from W. L. Whepiey the great fruit shipper ot Phenix. Bonx In Tucson, on the 8th instant a eon (republican) to Mr. and Mrs, Wakefield otPantano. Congratulations are in order and are cordial...

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. — 23 June 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. J 1L J11' TUCSON, PIMA COLTOY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY JUNE 23 1888. NolT si.iL IkOAY, JUNE 23, 1RSS ?mwA PdMsMbeCo ii i i: it 1. 1: t i: o w lieneral Manager. ..V r J U'VEBTIMNO RTE!: t.r-t iree-tiea . , f.ich tit-HMCont iBoHrtiun. TEEMS WW THE UAILY: 3 (V) 2 ( 1 (U 20U 12S 10U 5 IK) 1 i OFFICE: Hi. 31 "'It Church Street. Next week the American people will leii-Je acquainted with the name o! ,vj c, xt Executive of the Uuited States. Tie west and east, and in fact the st-.e country, bates lo give up the por f::tyof Blaine. What Cleveland is -- z ceseit y to his party. B'sine is bj r;t and through enthusiasm to the S?ablican pirty. Like Napoleon and Wellington, od tva fvs of Waterloo, tho aspirants for A -p Ultnw uvbu.u."H r I ceJlslTe hour with the nnxittyd I cen'ho understand that the securing 1 e; the summation iequivnlent to bein thssit President of the United State SL--'-- Gresham, Allison or Harriso cscs harmony within the Republican Tai .erg suiTeri...

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. — 23 June 1888

Weekly cfnzEJi SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1883. Both the Chicago later Ocean and Tribune are advocating Gresbara with great Tig or. Reports indicate quite a boom from the aonth for Senator Ingalla. and Kan sas would respond nobly to a cry for her favorite son for President. Ingalls would make n great president and would run well with the msses. The probability exists that John Sher rn in will rrceivo more votes on tbe first Vv.Unt than anv other candidate. His friends claim that his strength will ap proximate 3 0 votes. The nomination of Hhprmnn would nrobablv cause the it-lection of a New York man for the sec ond vlioe, The business of the prinoipal candi dates at Chicago, appears to be to Bvoio the hostility of their antagonists, from su appearunoe of too much strength be tore the balloting begin'. No one can. didate seems desirous of posing with 6 canch strength as to inour jjalouaani mosltios. The news from Chicago is of that un certain kind that precede a convention and from which no i...

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. — 23 June 1888

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY. JUNE 23, 18SS LOCAL NEWS fiMr. John A Black is sojourning in Los Angeles (or n week. Mr Potter, representing the El Paso fnelter is vis.itia the city for a few dhye. Mr. Porter catno iu from Fott ilna cLhob IbEt eTeni&i;. Ttiere is a constant stream ot Yiohj i-iving from Dr. Martina touctuin tbe-a diys. Mrs. Adelaide James depnrted last evcii.ag for JlelDoo California wbeic fbe will spend the wmm muuttie. L. H. Manning returned last evening from u t-xten led trip tnrongli so an ot tbc- sortburn countite. Mr. Johns (ioldsuum left Inst ereii- i I III I Copper Market. (Murine A Kngiuoerin? Journal.) CorrEit. The Bomewhat monotonous condition ot the copper market daring the last few weeks whs altered a little on Tbarfday last, when tno brokers under stood to represent the Frenoh byndicate raiho'unexpeotedly ditOoaiinue further purchases, this b.-iuK the flrat sign of hesitation on their part for some time past. Oo the previous day soma large t-alea wero mad...

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. — 23 June 1888

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1SS9. LOCAL NEWS. Mr. Will Carlisle is sain quite siok &Qd oonfined to bis bed. The fanprcmo Court recently adjourn ed to meet on ho2i of Jnly nt Pres oott. General Howard has Bsanmed oom raand of the department during the ab sence of General Miles. Tho Nog ales Beoord is of the opinion tbat Hon. P, J. Bolan contemplates starting a campaign paper in that town. Judge J. T. Fitzgerald of Solomon ville, proprietor of the Clifton Clarion, is in the city. Net very nerroos either. Mr. T. A. Woode, brother of Paddy Woods, is an old acquaintance of Pierce Ford at Fayette, Mo. Mr. "W. A, Cunningham of DndlejrUle oame in yesterday to consujt Dr. Handy in regard to an attack of neuralgia in the chest. The Gazette would suggest the name of Belvs Lockwood for the head of the home rule ticket for Arizona this fall, as Hughes is going to force us. Gazette. Mr. 0. Koullier. proprietor of the Southern Pacific Hotel, at Yuma, is yis iting the city. He says tbat ...

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. — 30 June 1888

AK1Z0NA WEEKLY CITIZEN voLXvm. tucsox, plma coiryj? r, arizosa territory, Saturday juise ao ibss. NO 9& I . I ' ' - ... 11 ' ffEEKLY CITIZEN SATURDAY. JUNE SO, 1SSS.J jiiCffl Priatins & PQliiisiiisgJo 11 K K i: K T II K O W , General MdUajer. T Sonthi 1 I CO ADVaKTISINQ CMEd: -ir, Sit insertion... 200 n- "J i i'f, voh sabttn cent insertion .... . I 2j . - " TrCMS FOB THE DAILY: p, J .i. tioco tv y tti - . 1 50 fjt OFFICE : N,.i. 1J. 21 & 23 Church Street. While the ted bmdana is gnawing lzj t-a history of the times os the em- t:is'.tio design of thi uncertain quan utr known as the Democratia party, the stirs end stripes are cow waving xn Chi a:o over the work of the party-that did fatuaeh to prevent its dismemberment, When we oome to repaid the eterutd f.ness of things it does uot secci im rrepsr thnt anything tht is good though for Thuraan's nee m connec tion with his nasal orcno , should be hbly appropriate in the capacity of a bsaner, at least for that portion of the ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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