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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 13 October 1888

?KLY CITIZEN SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 18S3 SOUTHERN PIMA. The farmers and cattlemen through out the Sonoita 8nd Babocamari valleys all seem to be in a thrifty, prosperous condition. The people around Critten den pnrtioularly bo. They have a won derfully rich eoil that is not excelled anywhere, and every year adds to their productions; besides the inhabitants are typieal frontiereeen, with indomitable pluck and energy, kind hearted and gen erous, always willing to help one another and stand by their friends. The finest fruit in Pima County to-day is raised in this vicinity, the climate seems perfectly adapted to it. The graes west of Orit teaden is net so plentiful, but the cattle all appear to be in good condition. In Nogales business is better than it has been for several years, tbiB is attri butable mainly to the increased pro duct of the mines both in Sonora and Arizona. The appearanoe of numerous candidates makes politics the chief topio of discussion, and the leading republi cans ...

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. — 13 October 1888

1 CLY CITIZEN. U)AY, O0TOBE1113, 1SSS LOCAL NSWS. i .1 Wilson announces tbnt he c 4 g" .-.Is in Tombstone oa the 19th of -& Kainsbnry Lava just re t j another oar of tho celebrated e flonr. from Marysville, CaL i- Lewis Woltiey came in from Col--. a 'lst night. Ho has for the past . lays been BufferinB quite severely tr's. sn attack of cryciDelns, but for ,jay is now recovering. It H- B. Dodce, one o- the Bepnbli- candidates for the Legislative As b' w1 made the happy father of a Tiac 9 pound boy last night, linn beyond b11 question enanro Bert a '.i '11. t- Mrp. G. B- Honey and Mr. T. ? id returned yeslorday from their - I'h well eatiseed with the ont- id loud in their praises of the ...iy of the good peoplo with whom c . ii in contact. ,-1 Wilson was not present at ip meetings of tho Tucson bar, as -he aloOreary land bill, and 'u u'It of consequence, is in no wise r ,, .r.le for anything lm.t may have ta's n vlaoe therein. v.- J turtles, snoh as for ad on tho -crts hereabouts,...

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. — 13 October 1888

LJi(i-Ll Jl lldlN- Mr. Adolph Goldsohmidt. a bod. He SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 18S3 LOCAL NEWS. The Cosmopolitan is famou. for its good dinners and to-morrow will be no exoeption to the role. Turn out one and all to the grand Ke Dubhoan rally in Beid'n Opera Honee to-nieht. rinnn It? fiallector Milton has been tmnRfpred to the Tombstone district. He left for his new post to-day. There will be an extra fine dinner at ihn Muion Dore to-morrow and the oelebrated sol cream jin will be served. Mrs. H. K. Jeffords and Mrs. Ben, Heney left last evening for Nojjales to ioin their husbands now there. Ther wUl return sometime during the coming week. The reports from Nogales are that the republican candidutes now in that tea lion are winine lots of fafors amonjtnot only republican but demooratio voters. One and all are Douna to gei . Mr R 0onn the Fopular Meyer Tt i JhatHiiD.hfla.of the Star, had street livery man, has recently received rrow Banee in a serious charge m adaition to those h already ...

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. — 20 October 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. YOL XVIII. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY OCTOBER 20 188$. NO 40 WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY, OOTOBEK13, 1SSS fj;!I.ii2JJ Pi'iltllli ?J').H1;UJ ii k u ii i; 11 T IS K o w General Manager. U 1 U) ADTEllTIHlNO KATES: OrSiuar tirt insortion.. 200 OueSqaare, each eubnwanent insertion..... 123 1 nr Yer rix Months. ilnee Jluntta. TEEMS FOB THE DAILY: .10 00 5 00 1 50 IVr Year tin Moaths Per Month 6 Ff ICE: Corner Congress and Church Streets Maiden Iine and Church Street Ki:roiiT or commi&moniu: stock SLAG Kit. S. M. Stockslgeb, commissioner of the general land office bus submitted to the secretary ot tbe interior a report for tho year ended Juno 30, 1SSS. Fig ures showing the amount of lands cov ered by new entries during tbe year, and gro3s cash receipts already have been made public. The report shows that during the year 6.C05.SOC acres of land hove been conveyed from tbe govern ment either by potent or by oertifioation under specifio grants. A...

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. — 20 October 1888

WEEKLY CITIZEN. Whebi is thero 8 republican that will notvote for honest Jack Snyder? TELEGRAPH r SATUBDAY, OOTOBEK20, 1883 Woxt we have fan yelling "turn the meals oat" after the 4th of next March. All lawyers do not praotice before the same bar. Ir you want to be taxed honeatly and legitimately, for just what yonr proper ty is worth, Tote for Jack Snyder. The Bepublican candidates are daisies ,-r is not n democrstio nominee tall enough to head them. Tnx republicans are working bard everywhere and as they have a good tioket to work for, they feel certain of success. The voters should compare the two legislative tiokets and they will readily see that the republican nominees will gait the interests of the county best. Deo S.vtdeb is meeting with success. The people admire, vote and work for Im mnn that runs on his own merit OS he is doing. Oxbbics Pebbi better known as "Bed," candidate for constable, is a most worthy vonnsr man havinu resided in the County for many years. lie is well...

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. — 20 October 1888

EEKLY CITIZEN "SATUBDAY, OOTOBEtt 13, 1SS8 LOCAL SKW8. Major 'Th8m, U. S. A., is out on a trin. Co. Jici ChBtham returned to Nog S last evening, i.na P.. TnllmaJo will leave to narrow with four carloads of cattle for sn t rsnciscu. llr. and Mrs. Zeckendorf. Uol. Jerome, jlr. II. E. ljaoy ana air. n. u. xennsy lesje this evening for Pbeniz to take in tfce if"'. M ATndnr trlinhflfl hnnn rnntirat its ever in Graham connty for the past few months is again in the city and will probably remain. Yf. 8. Starves has returned from his dssfirn trip and is again looking after bis Urge interests in northern Honors II is to be regretted that the Lewis Jlcrrison company conld not havo played hero previous xo me xnmsireis. intin PAmnhpll. thu well known min jag man of the isanta Kite?, is Btopping m t. a-n lor a lewaBys. J L. Clark of the American Flag, will .-- . T raoVL" d'wn tonis piaca on me nan xre iro river in a short time. There is ot present, a better demand fur honees than there Las ben at...

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. — 20 October 1888

XT l f n - wj. - - SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1888 LOCAL NEWS. Mrs. J. M. Ormsbr, wife of the acoo xnodatinR Western Union manBger, baa returned from California where ebe has been spending the heated term, Adolpb Goldscbmidt & Co., have re ceived a handsome new delivery wagon with a top. It was built to order by Fish Bros., of Racine and will be opera ted by Mr. Znck a good Republican. Mr, F. J. Yillaesonsa came in from the San Pedro Friday last when he had been for the past eleven days rounding up his stock. Dtmntr his absence Air. Rutins Velez bad charge of his store. Jack anyder, Ben Heney, T, A. Jndd and Lewis Alartin started ont tnis even ing to interview the Toters throughout southern Pima. The boys took along plenty of good grub and cigars but no whiskey. Col. Jim Chatham, editor of the No- sales Sunday Herald and republican candidate for the legislature, will arrive here Sunday evening. Jim is well re membered as an old resident of Tucson and is sure to poll a strong vote her...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 27 October 1888

ARIZONA WEEK L V i 4 "SC y y m i i ffl .4 1 J Ki .MM 7; 7 , voLxvur. TCCSON, PIMA COUXT V, ARIZOXA TERRITORY, SATURDAY OCTOBER 27 1C3S. NO i! WEEKLY CITIZEN SATURDAY. OCTOBER 27, 1SS3 II E K II K II T n K O W General Manaftor. Per Yer. f 3 UO ... 2 00 ... 1 CO tiix Months Threo ilonths ADTKnnstsa bates: OneSati&re. first insertion.... ............. 200 OneSonare. each subsaauent insertion..... 1 25 TEBM9 FOU THE DAILY: IVr Year. tiix Months. Per Month .10C0 Zt 1 0 . 1 60 Per Week.. OFFICE Comer Congress and Church Streets & Maiden Lane and Church Street Pima is the banner republican count in the territory. Good, sound democratic doctrine oan always be found behind tbo saloon bar. Piha County will Rive tho cntiro Re publican ticket a good mt.jo:ity this fall. The feeling is tbat wbj. The Citizen- takes pleasure in calling attention to its newsy Florcnoe letter published on the 4th pace of this issue VoTEitsof Pima County can't vote for President but they oan vote the repub li...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 27 October 1888

' " I WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY, OOTOBEU27, 1SSS The republican candidates have no mlanations to make. They are clear of record. . Theke Bre. says the Chioago Journal, but three certainties this year death, taxes and democratic defeat. Tho republican candidates won't bo ob'jged to live off the labor of their dep utif s. They can earn their own salaries. Hon. H. R. Jeffobd3 ie one of the strongest candidates on the republican ticket. As district attorney be served the county effectively for the past two years and his continuance in office will be in the interest of the law loving ele ment in the county. Mr. Jeffords' ma jority two years einoe waa nearly two hundred over his opponent Col. King who was acknowledged to be one of the best speakers in this county. This year his majority will oertainly be no less, as his every official act will stand the clos est scrutiny of either friend or enemy, A vote for Jeffords 1b b safe vote, He is too good a man for the republicans to scratch and 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. — 27 October 1888

VEEKLY CITIZEN. Globe bad n frost on tbe 19tb. Lient. Rend of Fort Thomas and Dr. Johnson of Fori Grant, arc witnesses before tbe U.S. court. Consul Willard, of Ga&ymas, passed tbronch recently on his way bomo, after a leave of absence of eight weeks. AY. U. Eldred nnd Mr. Knudson of tbe At as Mining Company, leaTd for Bed Kock this eveninp. Capt. P. L. Lee, 10th OaTalry is etop pjnK at the San Xivier, having been summoned as a witness before the tJ. 8. court. Ool. Tom Smith, distriot attorney for New Mexico, is visiting with his brother, Major Smith, reoeiver of pnblio moneys in the United States land office. Hon. .Marcus A. Smith will address the pnblio in Raid's ousr& bonce. The performance will commence at 730 p. ru. Lsdies are especially invited. The fifth game of tho world's bare bull obampionsbip resulted in n game for the Giants. Of the five james play ed, fhe New YorkerB have won four. Si Goodtriend, at one time u reporter on the Citizen bat now with .he New York Sa...

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. — 27 October 1888

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATOKDAY, OOTOBEK27, 1S88 LOCAIj NEWS. OUR CORRESPONDENT IN PINAL COUNTY. TOM GARDINER. Mr. John Zellweger lV.temporarilr lo catsd at Riverside on the Gila. Manaser Kerid anntwnoes "She" and "After Dark" for the first week in Nov ember. Ft men nil eat nt tho Fftshion Rest aurant: It is headquarters for the fat man olab. Tfcey live hisrh and the world goes merr:y with them. Mr. and Mrs. 7m. Zeckenuorf leave to-jifjht for Pheaix They had expeot ed to leave earlier bat were detained by brjnes8. The irreat r.ister of Graham County is nearly 401 cam- larrer than it was two years cso. This speaks well for the oonnty aud tor its government. TheRillito ran two feet deep with watsr tr-'s morninp. The storm is be lieved to have raged heavily in the San ta Oata'nivs. Doit und Candidates Florence and Its Hooui. l'olltlctaus Active StlTer Kins and the Flue Showing or the Mine. A journey along the great outway of Pinal County, the road from Oasa Grande to Silver Ring shows the chi...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 3 November 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN VOL XVIII. TUCSON, PDIA COUNTY, AltlZO.NEA TERRITORY, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 3 188S. NO 42 weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, OGTOBEK 27, 18S3 The republican candidates will been dorsed by the people at the polls. It pays to be honorable men within whose breasts the public confidence is never betrayed. It was only a false alarm when the in teresled (rienda of one of the democra tic nominees announced that he had a df ad snre thing on the race. Tbe voters have yet to be heard from and when they hve spoken it will be found that his "popularity with the boys" did not save h;m from an overwhelming defeat. It needs no grand burst of eloquence to convince the people that the republi cans have the best ticket in the field Voters Are requested to compare the op posing candidates orefally and cast their ballots for the best man. The re publican candidates will lose nothing by the comparison. It is reported that one or more of the moBt prominent democratic nominees ere swallowing up ...

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. — 3 November 1888

'i.ayiTfc-w 1 rri it 1 r-fiTiTrri,"-'''""v WEEKLY CITIZEN Next Tuesday will be a chill Novem- ber day (or the democracy. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 3, 1SS8, New reeruits are being added to the Republican party every day. J.J.Chatham is by natnre adapted fer tbe legislator. He is very strong with his party, and will receive the sup port of allolaseeB. Jcar at ijresent with the political em- OocsrreBB street, it might properly be eaid that Congress Btreet ia the banner street ot Tucson, Hcbbah for the republican tioket Again we ear it is good enough for any man to vote and far too good a tioket to improve by scratching. Vots the republican ticket and vote straight Induce your democratic neighbor to do likewise. Loed Backville West, the English minister, did it with his little pen. He nni Rnrchnrd'a Bnrchard and the Morey letters have been forgotten, Lewis Mabtin is showing upextrsme- 1p woll. Ho is uonnlar with all ele ments, and wilL when eleoted, make TftTT nnnnlar legislator, and one that w...

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. — 3 November 1888

IYEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY, NOVEMBEU 27, 1SSS LOCAL NEWS. Major Geo. K. Smilhnnd family re 'arned last evening atter an nbsonce of reral months in the ecstern states. If. Harrison opens the Jack Pot and Cleveland can't come in, some of the Fashion boys will go broke. Nearly all the candidate?, democrats and repablkans, left for the country this morning. Lieut. John P. Ryan, Ith Oavolry, ia relieved from duty in Texas and ordered 1 3 Fort Lowell. The sentence of dismissal in the case of General Forsyth has been comma ted by the president to suspension from duty for three years on half pay. W. H. Luo is running iniepsiJaat for constable of this precinct. Billy is well and favorably known, and has made h good reoord daring the years ho has held the office. The Riverside stage office is at 8am anieco's office on Jaokson street. It leaves Mondays and Thursdays of each week. It goes by Mammonth, Reding ton and Dadleyville, The Fashion restaurant in still play in: to crowded houses. Oyster?...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 3 November 1888

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY NOVXMBEB 8, 1888, Mr. and Mrs. O'OonneU have raoently arrived from San Trancisoo. They will apend the winter, and may reside here permanently. Mrs. O'Oonnel u a dangh ter of Judge and Mrs. Novell and will be remembered as having viflited here two years ago, b Sosdav and as uauaL mn trill be the order ot the Bartons reatanranta in town, bat tbe pal aoe will exoeed them all. To dine at the Palace ia to dine like a king. On thu basis it can eafely be estimated that 500 people will dine like kings at the Palace to-morrow. Mpbsm. L. Zeokendorf fc Go. have ae- nnred the aeenoy ot the Yal Blati, Mil' wankee export laser beer. Jodging the whole by the samples left at this offioe, Grandmother OrrizrK rises and clinks glasses with Old Lady Star and pro nounces it good, very Rood. Gomo and Eee us again. Mr. Z. H. Taylor, ot Reddinglon, Ari zona, has purchased the Edgar ranch, consisting of two handered aoers, two and one-halt miles Booth of Phecix, This is considered o...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 10 November 1888

ARIZONA WEEK LY CITIZEN. V0LXY1II. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERR-TORY, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 10 188$. NO 13 WEEKLY CITIZEN. SAiTRDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1SSS7 hrui Pj'jIh'jui II E u it i: It T It It O YT X, Gancral Manager. F -r i r s. M nth -$ 3 00 .. 2 00 .. 1 CO Months ADTEKTISISO HATES: iiuire, nrt insertion 200 taare, each sabsoquont insertion..... 125 TEEMS FOE THE BAILT: M-uths J ! .:.th iv- wk 5 00 1 60 OFFICE : CVmer Congress and Church Streets iV Maiden Lane and Church Street. Is the political ring en Tuesday next the democraoy will be knocked oat, The young men are in the field this j r and they are going to win. The current of popularity ia running with the Republicans. Republicans vote ycur own ticket and induce your f air minded democratic friends to vote it also. If the people believe in broad minded thoroughly hones and capable men, they will vote the republican ticket. Pemjcbatio "smiles" will be soarce after election day. Now you Bee them, but then yon won't. In point of...

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. — 10 November 1888

WEEKLY CITIZEN SATURDAY NOVEMBER 10, 1SSS, lUn for Harrison. The Bandana smells snuffy. Clevelaxd'h collar went over his bend this morning. Giriii Bervioe reform has been extend ed even to tbe White House. Dan Lamont will hardly ooonpy a plaoe in President Cleveland's new cabinet. Mast are tbe candidates that are on the anxious seat to-night. The candidates on both tickets to-day were running exclusively on their mer its, The republican boys did excellent work to-dav. they were to be found everywhere. Blaine will make one of the grandeet snd most capable Secretaries of State that eTer graced a Cabinet. The Republicans bad no walk over on tbe national truck but they got there all the same. New Tckk and Indiana went Repub lican, but Tanq 16 Verdo has gone Dem ocratic. The darkest cloud always has a silver lining for some one. Focn ycara of Demooratio rule satis fled the country that they were not the party to entrnBt longer with power so politely invited them to step down and out. The...

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. — 10 November 1888

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1SES7 LOCAL NEWS. Arthur Eatll has been eleoled Dietriat Attorney of San Luis Obispo (Jounty CI. (last Hoff will now be obliged to xcLi-el A, Y. Qrosetta down Congress f tr -et in a wheelbsrrow. U Trustees of the Pablio Library 0 talking of getting np a ball on XsHtiksKiviag eve. The district court has been oocupied to-isy with a raarJer trial. Cnpl. P. L, Lo ot Fort Thomas is njiin in the city attending the distric. co art. Mr. Irs Carter, for the past six months in California, has returned home well satisfied that the Golden state is n fine country for some people but Arizona with its burros and beans is good enoagh for him, Mr. O. H. Milne, n young man in the employ of the Southern Phcito K. It. Co. who sicoa birth bad EU&vred from h de feat in his right eye, was yesterday ope rated nu by Dr. Love in a satisfactory manner. Mr. Milne oan now look m anything as straight as the next man. Dr. H. Oraige, a well known dentist of the Pnelon Blo...

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. — 10 November 1888

ft. WEEKLY citizen, SATURDAY NOYEilBEB 10, 1SSS, LOCAL NEWS. Major Geo. R. Smith and family re turned last eveniiiK after n nbeenee of leveral months in the eastern states. If Harriaon opens the Jack Pot and Cleveland can's come in, eome of the Fashion boja will go broke. Nearly all the candidate?, democrats and republicans, left for the country this morning. Mr. John O. Dougherty, Snpt.otthe TotBl Wreak mine, paid a flyinjc visit to the city to-day. Lieut. John P. Ryan, 4th Cavalry, is relieved from duty in Texas and ordered to Fort Lowell. well and favorably known, and has made a good record during the years he has held tne otnee. Mr. and Mrs. C. H.Warren anddaugh ter returned from the east last night, where they have been for the past ser eral months. Tocson has two of the tallest men in the torritory, Mr. Guy W.Batlcr who is six feet live ana three quarters, ana Mr. Thomas Wilson who is six feet four. TiftRtfrfnincrn pentleman onContrrePS Eire! was very anxious to make a bet of ...

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. — 17 November 1888

r ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. YOLXVIH. WEEKLY CITIZEN TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY XOVEMttER 17, 188$. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 10, 1883, TH-3 Cilizsn PriatinsS PnlslM C ii i: i: it i: it t k e v s, (1 moral Mcnaccr. r-T cr . hil JlojUllB.. .rce Mentha. .$ 3 00 . 2 10 . 1 00 ADViBTIStXQ HATES: mare, nrwl inanun 200 123 0. Square, ouch subsequent insertion TEEMS FOB THE UAILT: IVr iVar i9 P2 Hix Months.. IVr Month.. IVr Veek. 5 00 1 SU OFFICE : Corner Congress and Church Streets & Maiden Lane and Church Street. Fbee ballots pat an end to free wool. As goes lhe Empire Blnto eo goes tho Union. Tho Br'dge did it. eon ond Morton! llurrnh for Harri- Hableii Brime stood ia Cleveland's way to the White House. When the money in the treasury has been counted, then what? Tun obituary notices of the repub lican party have not yot been written. Politics ore all awry in the the terri tory. In Pima county some of tho strongest democratic and republican candidates in the two parties we...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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