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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 8 September 1888

Weekly citizen. SAT OB DAY, SEPTEMBER 8. 1888, MARK SMITH'S COXVEKTIOX. A noTel departure from the onalom ery routine of the late Demooratits con vention throughout the country raa witnessed in this oify yesterday; in the failure ot the Territorial convention to tndorje the national Democratic. bA ministration. Judging from the con mentions, being held throughout the country, the administration at Wash ington is particularly desirous ot secur intr the endorsements of State and Ter xitorial eonrentions, and the Democrats throughout the oanntry havo catered liberally to this desire of Cleveland, un til the Arizona Territorial convention has seen fit to emphatically put its foot on an endorsement ot Cleveland's ad- ministration. There must be some strong reason, that actuated the Democracy in this matter, and it can only be inferred that Mark Smith, Arizona's Demooratio Delegate, is at loggerheads with the ad ministration. It was a demonstrated fact yesterday that Mark Smith held the s...

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. — 8 September 1888

It" WEEKLY CITIZEN SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1SSS. LOCAL NEWS. Cspt. Oatter of Graham county, is in this city. Mr John Gardiner Rnd family nre rusticating at the Oraole. All repablioana nro urgently request ei to read the call published at the head of this column. Oapt. A. E. Clark of American Flag, honiesteaded a piece of land on the San Fedro to-day. A grand time is anticipate! by tho jmtriotio Mexicans on the ICth of this Month, tho Mexioan National day of in dependanoe. dick people drink Vtoby and get well, well people- drink Vichy and keep well. Viahy ii the most popular drink in town so drink it and keep up with the crowd. Mr. Moody, traveling in tho interest of b Denver stationary house is in the city, attending to business and taking in the feast, Mr. H, W. Etz, of tho well known firm of Benson butchers, was in the oily to day-. He reports business in his little town as being somewhat quiet at present but with good prospeots nlead. Judge G. W. Baker formerly one of Tuoson's old...

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. — 8 September 1888

WEEKLY CITIZEN, I rflf I 1 'm 111 3 "HlfW aha Kit! 1SAT0BDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. 18S8, LOCAL NEWS. Mis A. L. Boyoe, Mfcnoxrledged to bo one or the best Pablio School teachers ever employed in Taosoo, is at present looaled in Reno, Nevada. It has rained every day for the past two weeks oa the Kinooni and an abundanoe o( water is to be found everywhere. in aocordanoe with the call published at the head of this oolumn. meet in the Probate Court room at 7-30 this even- ing. Beorait Chris Miller, recently re-enlisted at Fort Apache, A. T has been asiirned to Troop A. 1th Galvalry. and ordered to the station of his Troop Fort Lowell. The dinner at the Palaoe last Sunday was a arand sucoess aud to-morrow a like bananet will be riven. If any man wants a coed dinner let him go to the Palaoe to-morrow. Bert, a Poster of Presoott, will it is aid. attsad the Tucson convention with the proxies of the Yavapai delegation is his pockets. Bar. A. H. Qnmustl has returned to taa ciiv after a three weeks vao...

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. — 15 September 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. 0l Will. TUCSON, PIMA OOUNTV, ARIZONA TERRITORY, .SATURDAY SKPTEMIIER jr. i8s. NO 35 Prlntinff & PnWisliine C Ueneral Manager. ,S AT'TEKTISISO KATES! tit insertion .-jre, u subsequent insortiun . . - 3 00 .. 2 00 .. I 00 200 125 THiMS FOB THE DAILY: tiooo 500 1 50 OFFICE : lonrrc" and ChurrH Street ftnnfration and abuse of the 1 " r -too Governor Zalick many friends. . . n,.l nTirSmh r-n nhnllan'ra j. s demonstrated beyond i;jbt by the lnte Democratic i cavil s con- d "Not that we dislike Zuhck l- (Imt wn htf rh nlhpr fellow iu, " the repeatedly expressed VS9 raest I imf nrn nun nrpnrfl ( I! tl Ul IUUOQ UUiUlOCOM froD into a newspaper occasion "Citizen stated yesterday that tbe ; World was still doing good wort prohibition " It should have read V ThA Irish World don' - -I the Prohibition ranks neither Oxtxzen, but both stand foi t...Min flref loot ntirl all tha ttma - 1 a - a .laeea his candidacy for the office Assessor and Tax Collector. Mr. i uiuuii a.u...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 15 September 1888

WEEKLY CITIZEN SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1SSS. Accobding to a reoent dicision of At torney General Rush, two supervisors only will be elected this year, the one drawing the lone term holding over. In this county Mr. Frank Proctor holds the coveted position of honor, The "Arizona Kioker" may exist only in the slushy brain of some halt wittled country wit, bat MOur Bazoo la a genuine Arizona production. It is pub lished at the Needles, runs five columns to e page and charges 84 a year for the privilege of hearing it Bazoo, If ever the Republicans of Pima ooun ty had it in thoir power to call the turn now is the appointed time. Har mony prevails, the country is with them and the enemy disorganized and distrustful of one another and there ib no reason why they should not win. They can win nod they will win. The regular meeting of the Republi can Olnb will take plaoe in its Head quarters this evening. Let there be a full attendance, and let the interest in the good work be kept up and it w...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 15 September 1888

fYJSEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1SSS LOCAL NEWS. room. wnicn ro 19 re- ling of Dolores Coto the woman arrested nt mlea nu brongut here on the- enure f perjury in tho Oohn murder case, was discnRrgea ioauy. xue crania jury ftving lailea to una an indictmen against her. The grand jury made a partial report ttia afternoon. Ther adjoraned from 1 At 1 . 11 b j jury room 10 iub jiruume iuuu Ixtin. hjinn tnnra ntunanf i n lUU UClUK JJ v-i-J u . u . - .nn;..na fKn-ir lntinrs Mr. H. B. Tennevot the Gitizex. turned last evening from a two month trip to Oalitornia. lie reports the rihhVtnFi of that state as exceed) i- antVinsin(tin over the nroaceotB carrying the etato this fall with a good rouna majority m meir luvur. Among the Citizen- exchanges is the Guatemala Star, publisUea in uuate mals. Central Amerioa, In tho last nnmber. Auenst 1G. tho editor apologi for the appearance of hia paper, there hnrintr been three feast days in week during which his compositors w.uld not work. The...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 15 September 1888

" . : . - - . - . i " T i J i. .11 . a fl rnpp's t.avii review. Iciiean Trannortation yIe The Deep TEEJP&Y CITIZEN? SATORDAT, SEPTEMBER 15. 1888, LOCAL NEWS. J. H, Campbell bringi a (rood report trosi the Btlero camp and is eothnsisst io orer the outlook there. He says the Btlero oompany is now dross-cutting and that the mine is ihowing up splendidly. The recent strike made in ifcfl eung far Mr. Clark promises welL It is expected that in a very short time a as i jvrge reroe oi men win uo ciuyiujeu m Hanoookisinlrom Pheuixat- 'he ditTere. nine. i neraiu. COrP'S LAND REVIEW. l'endloir lloliuau an Merer street, stood 109 degrees. By way of experiment be hnn it in the son intending to permit it to remain but a few moments, bat allowing it to slip his mind be returned in about fire minotes only to And the bulk ot bis ther mometer burst into atoms, ice tner mometer registered but 130 and as it was over 140 in the sun the glass had to go. The town is all of bard oases and scarcely a ni...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 22 September 1888

ARIZONA WEE KLY TIZEN. VOL XVIII. TUCSOIW PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 52 188ft. NO S6 VKEKLY CITIZEN. sTtCRDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. 1SS8. fH3 Citizen Printine & Pa-Mine Co II i; It II K 11 T It K O W N. General Manager. ' f Jlth tJ ADTECpslSO HATES: 0'.-. Square, first insertion.., ... 1)1 e Square, each sutwdquent insertion... .$3 00 . 2 00 . 1 00 .. 200 .. 125 TERMS FOB THE DAILY: V V. ar Six Month IV Month.. p t Week $10 00 500 1 W OFFICE : Corner CongreiMi and Church Street The 4 Dunghills" Bee Star Sept. 12tb and the "Minnows" Bee Star Sept. 13th, will met on the ground floor of the Oity hall to-night, the former to devise means (or the purchase ot the 30 gaffs that alone will privilege them to enter the pit with the Republican thoroughbreds, and the latter to raise the wherewith that will sesure them another nibble at the "bent pin" and -five them a chsnoe of being flopped out of the mudpaddle end into the brook where the republican trout disport themselve...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 22 September 1888

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBEH 22, 18S8 WORK OF THK CONVENTION. Tnn Republican Connty Convention tion whioh met here yesterday is par tioolarly notable on aceonni ol the gen eral Rood feeling which prevailed throughout and the amount of good cotV Anna in a manner eo well beoom- ineof. it From the moment the oonven tion was announced as ready for buai nesii till the hammer fell for its final ad journment, Rood order and harmony on- Iv DreTailed. Ana trie worK uone, ne candiJates put forward, the platform adopted and the resolutions carried, trpre such as to 'win admiration from political enemies as well as friends. Borne of the beat timber in the party was chosen as its representatives in the coming campaign and it is cafe to say that there is not one among them that n-ill not scanit himself as becomes a good citizen and a member of the great est politioal power on earth. To begin with the beginning, we have Hon. Douglass Snyder, for BherifL To say the least he is one of the bei...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 22 September 1888

Weekly citizen SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1SSS. LOCAL NEWS. The Phenix delegation left lost eve- nisK for home. Mrs. Loring Williams of Log Angeles, is visiting ner moiucr in irna ou). Mr. and Mrs. W. 0, Davie returned borne from California laat evening. Supervisor "White of Ooohiee County, is in the city. U&verlv's Minstrels are annonnoed for Re:d' Opera House on the 15th of Octo ber. Fob DrspEPsiA and Liver Complaint, you have n printed guarantee on every bottle of Snn.oH'8 Vitalizer. It never fails to oure. Sold by Geo. Martin. Jimmy Brows has olosed out at the Park, bat he still oontinues to sell St Louis keg beer on tap at his old stand, the dt. Louis Exohange. Mr. John Spring, for the past six months teaching the municipal school at Magdalena, Sonora, is expected home to-night. A N as Aii Injectob free with each bot tle of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price CO cents Sold by Geo. Martin, A few hoodlums last evening attempt' el in various ways to annoy the republi can meeting buthe...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 22 September 1888

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBEK 22, 18S3 LOCAL NEWS. .Remember she republican meeting at the club room this evening. Deputy Marshall Breckinridge made three trips to fort Thomas last week, F. A. Stevens of Qaijotoais a delegate to the County Convention. Price & iainsbury offer best barley hay at 1.15. J u dee Yanderlip of Crittenden arrived last evening and will remain a few days. Y. S. Starves of Sonoraisin the oity again. Lieut. Gale ia now post quartermaster r.t Fort LowelL Mrs. J. S. Noble returns to San Pedro Gal., to-morrotr evening. Airs. Ezekiels and daughters have re turned from No gales. Hon. Dan Stevens of Pinal County is in the city on a visit to his family. Geo, A. Clum formerly of this paper is practicing law in Los Angeles. Henry Bnehman and family have re tamed from an estended visit to Cali fornia, A minnritv of the Maricona delegates to the Territorial Convention will ar- iivo this evening. CaDt. W. A. Thompson, 4th Cavalry, has been granted an eight months...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 29 September 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZElN . VOLXVIU. TUCSON, PDLV COUNTY, ARIZ OX A TERRITORY, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 20 138$. NO 37 VEEKXY CITIZEN SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1888. ; inn Priatiagc & M&iW HKitnnKT nitowx, General Manager. iyr - ADTEBTISUfa HATES: 0- 3r?. lirst insertion oL.Saa:e each eabsoauent insertion.... TEHJIS rOB THE DJUI.T: t 3 CO , 2 00 . 100 200 125 .110 00 500 . 1 W I'.-.t Ywr... " IVr Ak OFFICE : Corner Concres and Church Street The red bandana, chut, whioh? Democrats or onor- Xut that we dislike Zulick less but became we bate tho other fellow more, Dem. Territorial Convention. WAGES COMl'AKED. Tho wages for 1000 work ore, divided as tbey actually were divided at the date of the latest official information accessi ble, and paid aa they actually were paid according to the oensus volume on wages, averaged in the United States 810 01K weekly, cod in Groat Britain 4,59 weekly, so that the actual compen sation of the workers employed was 118.2 per cent higher in this country 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. — 29 September 1888

TIZEN. irwnn ittiii no 1KQ KT TALK TO vrORKIU3llSJi. three is only one country in .cuiuo in which the wages of labor are within a blt of what they are in this country. That is Groat Britain. Wages in Ger many. France. Belgium, and Switzerland are. not ono-third of what they are here. Those of Italy are not one-quarter. Last year ehosp foreign labor was im ported into the United States in the abape of manufactured goods to the value of $692,319,763. This was a great wrong to American labor. In the im mense amount of import, permitted by our insufficient and defeetive tariff, the labor of women employed in the Man' Chester, England, cotton mills, whose wages ta not average 8G0 a year, came into competition with the higher prioed labor of our Southern and Northern cot ton spinners. Munich is a gallery and center of art German women with as many as six chil dren paw wood in its streets for 15 cents a day. May a merciful God sink the United States ten thousand feet under the sea before t...

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. — 29 September 1888

vVKEKLY CITIZEN SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1SS8 LOCAL NEWS. or cnest, nee Price 25 cents Both ol Bpister or yon can't vote, The I6tb of October closes the regis tration books. Toe Fi?aeroa murder case is being tried in the distriot court to-day. For lame back. Bide or chest, Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Cspt. Clark of AmerioanFlag pulled or home to day with a big tour horse lead of merchandise. VC. S. Fleming, n leading republioan ot Crittenden, and bid eon Edward ore jb the city on business. If you want to buy oheap goods read the advertisement ot Messrs. Prioe and Kiinsbury. Lients. Read and Finley of 10th Cav alry and Lieut. Tayrnan. 21th Infantry are stopping at the San Xavier Hotel. The would-be democratic candidates were doing a great deal of button-holing with country delegates to-day. Qiite a number of gentlemen are contemplating tBking in the Territorial Fair at Phenix next month. CiTimiH Cubed, health and sweet asnnrPiL bv Shiloh'd Catarrh Hamely. Prioe DO cents. Nasal Injeo- tor...

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. — 29 September 1888

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1S8S LOCAL NEWS. An ioo maohino of 3000 capacity hsi been received bj the post quartermaster of Fort Lowell. Mr. Oalrert Wilson has been quite Bick daring the past week with trpnoid ma laria. John Hart of San Diego, one of the old fire bojo of Tncson arrived Inst eve ning on a tborl visit. Mr. Wm. Siewert haa received a fine enrmlv of Eastern oandies. They will be on exhibition to-night at Bothsohild's old stand. Bons In Loa Angeles to Dr. and Mrs. X. U. Matas, a daughter. The Citizen extends its congratulations. Mr. Ikletoalf of St. Louis came in from the west last evening and stopped over one train to vieit Air. and -Mrs. U.K. Jeffords and Dr. and lira. Hollowbush. Mr. Fred. Homo and Hiss Louisa Mo Line of Globe, were married in this city by Justice Meyer, on the 10th inst, it is said to have been a run awBy matcn. It is nnderstood that the name of Ool. J. S. O'Brien, one of the most popular engineers on the S. F. it. it., will go be fore th...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 6 October 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY TIZEK i in J IK U1 voLXvm. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZOKA TERRITORY, SATURDAY OCTOBER (J 188$. NO 38 'tit VEEKLY CITIZEN SATURDAY, OOTOBER 6, 18SS r iliin Pi'IMaiS PdilisiuiiJ II E V II K It T 11 It O W X, General Manager. ret eir 1 3 00 ix Mntlui 2 fO rre" ilnatliB.... 1 Ot) ADTXBTISIMO bates: Sa-ire, nrwt insertion ,rrSijaare, each eabeeqnent insertion... TEIIUS FOB THE DAILY: Itr Week .. OFFICE : Lmer Congress and Church Streets Maiden Lane and Church Street. 200 125 (10 00 . 500 1 50 '1 should hato awfully to think eo "I won't know who got the money, didn't." Sntdeu in hia raoe (or sheriff will rnn on bis own merits and sot in the re tiected light of a former moumbent. The Ban Bernardino Board of Trsde has issued a 70-pBge "brochure" wherei the wonders of that wonderful land are wonderfully told. How loop, O Lord, how lone will it bo before a like "brochure" be broached by Tucson? Cot. T. A, Judo, whom the oounty will honor as its recorder for the coming two years, ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 6 October 1888

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY, OOTOBEH 6, 1888 THE TAULE MOLXTAJX GKOOP OF COl'FEK MINKS. A few months since Oapt. Jack Bar ges?, formerly chief of scouts at San Car los, came to this city. He represented himself and those interested with him as being the owners of the Table Moun tain group t copper mines, situated come 70 miles due north from here. Those properties were, he said, of great value, but as nimtelf and partner, had in the development thereof, reached the extreme limits of their bank account, they sought te make arrangements by wbioh they could reduce 3000 tons of high grade ore at the Paul smelter, and promised a Etill larger amount if satis factory results were obtained, This to the general community, was the firat known of the Table Mountain group of mines, although they had been almost continuously worked for the pro ceeding six years, and the work of devel opment done was proportionately exten five. But bo quiet had this work been oarried on that the statements of Capt. ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 6 October 1888

Vkekxy Citizen "SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1SSS LOCAL NEWS. Hon. M. W. Stewart of tlio Sierra jj-icita Oattle Company ia in the city. llr. Calvert Wilson, who for the past jssntb has been dangerously ill is now no fJr way of ryoovery, and unless f oas thing unforseen happens will eoon tj able to be again about. SloKeon.who was convicted of big amy, was sentenced yesterday by Judge ifirnes to GO d3ya in the county jail and i fine of $300. Kengla, Waer & Kengla are cutting np some of the finest leather ever seen hire, and it is of their own manufacture. They take pleasure in showing this leather to anybody. Mr. Whittaker, the popular shoe maker, has removed his shop f rem Camp street to Congress street, and can now bs found at Rogers old stand. Surveyor General John Hisa return ed from an extensive trip to tho Likes Is't nisbt, looking hale and hearty and much improved by the ohange. Dr. Dunn yesterday removed tho bandages from the body of Charlie Ssitn. and found the wound in the best ...

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. — 6 October 1888

WEEKLY CITIZEN, 'Saturday, ootobek 6, i88S LOCAL NEWS. The west bound psssentter train ar rives one hour later than formerly. A. (.oldnobmidt & Co. are unloading several carload of canned goods tc-day, liisbeo Copper Camp will it is said, poll 300 votes this coming election. Thero te soraetlriofr about the glorious climate of Arizona that makes people filoep vary sound. The rooms back of the Sootia saloon are being fitted up for a first-class Mex ican restaurant. Dr. V. L. Wardwcll returned last evening from a three vosk'a sojourn in California. Tha Osborn property south of town, waseold a few days sinoe. to California pnrties for ono thousand dollars. Snpt. Jno. O. Dougherty was In the city to-day looking well aa ever and shaking hands with his hosts of friends. The republicans of Coohise oounty are talking of running Hon. 3. R. Delong for supervisor. Mr. John Paul, son of Mr. R. IX Paul will take charge of Wells, Fargo & Co.'fl business in Nogales on October 1st. Mr. Adela...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 13 October 1888

ARIZONA SBKLY CITIZE VOL XVIII. TUCSON, PDIA COUNTY, AltlZOXA TERRITORY, SATURDAY OCTOBER 13 1888. NO S3 VJ3EKLY CITIZEN "SAIUKDAY, OOTOBER 13, 1888 III PiMtiUi PJliiilMZ II KRIIEKT It It O tV X, General Manager. Months. AUTEUTISI.tU BATES: S,iare, first insertion............. OeSo&e.oach eubeeqaent insertion. TEBMS FOB THE CULT: F-- IV M .$ 3 00 . 2 00 1 (JO 200 125 . $10 CO 1 50 OFFICE : Church Streets Mai Jen Lane and Church Street -.cr Congress and T-e Star in o somewhat round-about sb. states this morning, that John S. fi"cod has been regularly elected to of- fea by receiving one third of the Re paSlisnn votes in theoonntyia addition t . that of his own party. This we be I:evj to be true, inasmuch cs he has been regularly elected to office in n c anty that, beyond preadventnre, is re pabllcan by at least one hundred majo rity, but the Citizen- is largely inclined to the belief that ho cannot get into tf fico through tho good graces of SBepub hesns this time. Judge Wood is a...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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