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

vv eekly Citizen. 2 if j 8ATDRDAT, . NOVEMBEH J7, 1.S8S W. E. STEVEsaia a candidato for may or. Mr. Elevens has filled the office for the past year with credit to himself end city, and it re-elected will continue in the same straight progressive line. It would be exceedingly interesting to know by whose instructions or sug gestions the fire pardoned oat thioata from Aloatraz were serenaded on their return to San Carlos. If this was done by order of cr oven tho suggestion of any United States officer be should bo dis missed the servico as summarily as was Cleveland who pardoned theso infamous cat throats. jj.ok.ji. r. r. BEEMA.N elsowhere an nounces himself n candidate for reelec tion to the office of Oily Treasurer, and theCmzEH cheerfully supports him No man than Mr. Freeman ia more uni versally respected and none are more oompetent better qualified or better situated to manage the o flairs of the treasurers offioe than himself. He will in all probability be without an opponent 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. — 17 November 1888

T WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY NOYEMHEB 17, 1SS8, Mr. W.S. Sturgh ia in the city, from Scnora. There nre about 150 eoholsrs in the pnblio schools. The walls of the second story of the IT-iversity building will soon bo up. The Board of Supervisors have been in session for the past few dnys. Mr. end Mrt. I. N. Towne. of Calabo s&i, nre stoping at the Bass House. The Building and Loan Association mi'et this evening in the distriot court room. Apaohe Lodge A. O. U. W. will give a grand ball this evening at Maeonio Hall. Tickets including supper S2-50. Now that the election excitement is cv.r, eastern excursionists will start by the thousand for Calif irma. Hon. H. R. Jeffords for the past cove rt' days confined to his bed with rheu matism is again Bble to be about. The Presbytery of Arizona were an nounced to meet in Fhonix Tuesday ev ening. Bev. L T. Whittemore of Flor ence, officii; ted es Moderator. Mo? t of the election bets have been tnrned over, some few, however, prefer to wait 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. — 17 November 1888

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY, NOVEMBEK 17, 188S LOCAL NEWS. Mr. W.S. Btargia is in tho city, from Sonora. The Board ol Supervisors have boen in session for the past few days. Mr. and Mrs, I. N. Towne, of Caluba bus, are a toping at the Bass House. The BaiMing and Loan Association meet this evening in the district court room. The reason why there Is always eaoh a rush at L. Zeckendorf t Co. is easy to explain: an imenoe stock of goods, the right prices and satisfaction for alL The question of the fifth assembly man lies between Messrs. Underwood ana ieathorwood, with the ohancea somewhat In layer of the former. Mark Smith's majority in Phoenix is 514, Bnd Lin H. Orme's majority in fhenix is 52L Each of these pentlerniin will receive nearly 1,000 majority in Ma ricopa county. Slaughter's majority in Cochise oonn ty was 101. He is however about the cnly man of prominence tho democraoy ci inai county can snow lor their cam psign labors. The publio library trustees will give a ball on Thanks...

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

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. vol xvm. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, AltlZOtfA TEIIRITORY, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 24, 188$. NO T&e Citizen Prints & Publishing G r Ysr.. II K K II K It T It It o iv , General Manager. $ 3 00 Sn Months . 2 00 Three Months 1 00 ADTKKTIBIXQ RATES! QneSqanrn. lirt insrti jn. ....... ......... SCO OrieSqu&re, each sabsoquent insertion..... 1 25 TEHSW FOB THE DAJT.T: 10 CO r. oo 1 w Per Your Hix Months Per Month Per Week OFFICE : Corner Congress and C' jrch Streets & Maiden Lane and Church Street. Weekly citizen SATURDAY NOVEMBER 24, 1SSS, The plurality of private Joe Filer for Governor ot Illinois is 10,007. Oolik Oaherox is making a vifjorouB protest Bgaiaat the recent quarantine order ct the government. In the next Congress Carlisle -will hardly be speaker or Mills chairman of the ways Bnd means committee. Kansas is the Banner republican state, taking her population into considera tion. Her majority for Harrison 'was 70,000. The papers in the Territory have ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 24 November 1888

c.KLY CITIZEN SATURDAY NOVEMBER 24, 1SS8, Let us unite and boom things. It is paid that one clean sweep do perves nuoihor. Tnm:n nro nine llssonio lodftes in Arizona comprising a membership of 117. Eveiit Territory except Arizona, New Mexico nnd Utah elected Republican Congressmen. JuuGiM- the future by present in dications we can safely look for busy times abend. R.rrn parties claim 7eet Virginia, but the chances are that the republicans wils get it. Th eke will be an absence of adipose tissue in tbe presidential oh sir after the 4th of Marob next. The new lav? requires the eleotoral Oollrce to meet January 14th instead of DeoemVerG. as heretofore. amuisos's gain was larger in Indi an iu proportion to the xote cast, than in uny other of the doubtful states. J We elsewhere publish an open letter I to linn. Marcus A. Smith, Bad we com- i rnvnd it to bis Eerious consideration. How. Jons T.T.Surrn was the only republican elected to office in Marioopa County. He wbs elected to the Terri...

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. — 24 November 1888

V. KEKLY CITIZEN. gMUUDAY. NOVEMBER '24, 1SSS Mnnsfeld'a euppply ot ehnstman goods this year will bo oxtroordioBrlly large. Mr. Adam Sander, an old resident P 2$ years standing, is before the peo- itesi a candidate ior city ateessoranu culleotor. Fcr a peep at the new Holiday Norel t,Acvay a visit to L. Zeckendort & Co. The early buyer always eeleotB the choic est of the lot. Col. Durr is already preparing lor Christmas Bnd the barrels and boxes of good thirds are arriving on every train, from both east and west. Capi. F. W. Voll, owner of the Indian Chief eronp of mines, oatne in from ban Francisco last evening. He speaks hopefully of the outlook for Arizona and thinks the time no distant when it will expedience n genuine mining boom. Mr. Y, F. Overton, tho popnlnr agent for Welip, Fargo .t Co, at this plnce, left on n vacation to rian Francisco n few evenings since. During his temporary nh.ienoe the office will be in charge of Mr. Ed, Crumb. The latest rage in the east is bead...

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. — 24 November 1888

Weekly citizen. SATUKDAY, NOYEMBEK SM, lsss Mart Smith's majority is reported to be 3191. TTnn "Rn. fJnndrirh of Pheilix 18 in ihe city en route to Tombstone. iIErA utrnck tno market like s oyolone. They can be luul at fti every mm f l&uli " xrJ'v-.'u n.uirt nf Hnlnrnonville has been in the cm ' " tLe P,ib1 several dByu att jnuine to laou o'aoe business, a .n;.u- t-f the Tucson Gun Club has been cftded for Sntnrday evening. Bee other r.co in ibis column. Mr. Trichlcr. a former Ruard nt the Xuraa prison caiae ia last evening with Hon. Xnos. uaief. VrfiA W. Kmith has been auilo ill dnrincr the past few days with malaria and neuralgia, Mohnvo is te Banner Republio&n Tf tItac f?nnr-nl Wilson n HO- jority of 12 ovr his democratio compe titor bu-itu. The ladies all like them and conse quently all wear them, those nobby Lon don waiting jackets at u. Zieoseiiuori. Co.'s. I ia reported on the streets that work on the uandsou r.umo anon ia brbiu to be pushed. This time it is hoped wit...

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. — 1 December 1888

ARIZO TXTTrTrlTT V CITIZEN. YOLXV11I. TUCSON, PDIA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY DECEMBER , 188S. NO 45 The Citizen Frintins & PQlsbns G II K K It E It T IIKO W N, General Manager. l'er Yfr ? 3 00 Sir Months . 2 M) Three Months I W ADVEJvrmsa KATES: One Square, tirst insertion.... ............. 200 Ouo34cu.ro, each tubt-equt;nt insertion..... 1 2 zrxs ron tuc daily: l'er Yar $10 00 Six Months S w Vol Month 1 & l'er week . OFFICE : Comer Congress and Church Streets iN: Maiden Lane and Church Street WEEKLY CITIZEN. SN lUHDAY, DECEM11EK 1, 1SSS, Ol'K NEXT GOVEKNOK Ox the fourth of March next, or imme di&toly thereafter, when General Ham son ehall have been inaugurated Presi- dent, his attention will he called to the maladministration of affairs in this ter ritory and a successor to Governor Zn lick earnestly prayed for. Tbnt th:8 re lief will be granted j9 conceded.'.bnt upon whom the gubernatorial mantle will.fall is less readily determined. Even among the several ca...

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. — 1 December 1888

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY, iDECEMBEK 1, 1SSS. The Citizen PrMiB2& PdIsMbe C General Mnnaicer. Per 1 ear., Hix Months.. Three Months.. $ S (O ... 2(0 ... 100 One Square, first ItlTtKMI- 200 eSquare.eaehiu",BentlnfertIon 119 TEKXi IXB THE IAIWr: 500 1 w Per Year Bix .Months., yet Jlontli. Per Week OFFICE : Corner Congress and Church Streets & Maiden Lane and Church Street.. out position. On- the 15th cf Ootober last, the Om zen entered ita 19th annnal volume. Daring the two decades of its exiiteuoe it has recorded many changes in this far 6onth west, some of which were for fio Kottor nnil ntVirrs for the WOrBC At has rejoiced when the peoplo rejoioed and mourned when they mourned. Within its pbrcb may be found the checkered life of the territory, her suc cesses ond defea6. It has seen her grow step by step, and even under the very shadow of the fierce Apache's bnif e, increase in population and wealth, fler mineral discoveries have been made known, her agricultural wealth devel...

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. — 1 December 1888

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SX I'UllDAY. DECEMBER 1, 18S8, F, A- Stevens arrived this morning from Qoijotoa. St. Louis kejr beer on the tap at 8t. Louis Exchange. Sheet music for sale at ManBfeld'a FioneerNewa Depot. Mr. J. A.Roark of San Dieo leaves for his home this evening. A cablegram for "Jones" remains nn. 0 illed for at the telegrlaph office. Messrs. Knudson and Ilaskin return ed to the Atlas camp last evening. Sapt. J. S. Noble has been called sud denly east by the illness of his mother. The entire rain fall for November is 2.05 inchee, The heaviest ever known here. Mrs. Matas and family arrived hst evening. The new baby is accounted a beauty. For an extra fine assortment of lamps go to Fierce Ford, the popular hard ware man, Capf. 3. B. Kerr Cth Cavalry or Fort Wingate New Mexico arrived in the city last evening. Thanksgiving Dinner at the Palace to-morrow will savor largely of turkey and plum pudding. The Oommeroial Club will give a bop in their rooms in the Pearson block next Thursda...

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. — 1 December 1888

weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1SSS. It is Bfild th&t ducks and others wild came, are quite plenty on the San Car los river. In the neighborhood of Tacson it is cold and clondy indicating rain in the valleys and enow on the hills. The Ohiricahna Oattlo ComDanv will load and ehip blx oars of beet CBttle to morrow, wo understand they bo to Ban Diego. The streets of Tdoeon resemble great puddle from one end to the other. uinu uiu luuae 1113 marts, now ever modest he may be. Some of the territorial papers are urg ing me name 01 lion. Unas, K. Drake for president of the next council, A better man could not be selected. Lieut. C. H. Murray of Fort Lowell ha3 been granted a three months fur- Jougn with permission to apply for an ciieiiMOB 01 one montii, to take eflect on Dec 10th. It is proposed to change headquarters Tenth Cavalry from Sata Fe, N. SL, to Fort Apache. This change would make the force at Apaoho more effectual in fase of tronble. The San Xavier Hotel Sunday dinner...

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. — 8 December 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL XVI II. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY DECEMBER 8, 188$. SO 17 ttEEKLY CITIZEN. S TURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1SS3 f lie Citizen Printing & Publishing: C ii k 1: it 1: it t jut own, General Manager. 8 ix HoutLb. l'hroo iluatlia ... ADTEKTISIK. UATE3: ()a i--iuaro, tirxt insertion.. OneS'iuarc, each subsequent insertion.. TE213XS FOB TOE DAILY: JVr Year tiix Month") IV r Mouth - l'er W'eok iCOl 2 ft) 135 .$10 00 500 . 1 50 OFFICE : C omer Congress and Church Streets & Maiden Lane and Church Street. New Yobk cast nearly one million, three hundred thousand votes at the reocnt election. Truly she is an Empire state. The republican majority in the next Hons:; has finally settled down and will be between seven and nine. A Rood enough maj 'rity to tie to. The vote ol New Mtxioo increased nearly 5.500 within the la?i two year. Like Arizona she will probably wont to enter the tisterhood of republican states within the next four years. As u result...

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. — 8 December 1888

Weekly citizen SATURDAY DECEMBER 8, 1888, One of the most important problems that faces Arizona to-day in her strug sle for national recognition is the iden- iitv of her comincr governor. The terri tory is prosperous to a large degree and within the next four years, with the rifht kind of a man at the head of ber affaire, will stand. ready and waiting for admission into the sisterhood of states, From Hon. Mark Smitb, her present delegate to Congress, nothing is to be xpected, His party will shortly be out of power and with that his usefulness ab Arizona's representative is ended, The people must therefore look to the coming administrative bead for what ever national favors the territory is to receive, On hia influence in Washing ton and with the groat leaders of the Bepublioan party the party of progress and reform everything depends. It it therefore essential that these important f aotors be not laoking in his composi iion. If the people are content for the territory to remain as 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. — 8 December 1888

er-lia, The city Eleotion taies place on the lOtb. The B. ot L. F. 'will BJva a grand ball dnnnjf the first week in February. The Pay car came in yesterday rMer noon, It went East t his xnornro j?. Mrs. H.ILJeffcrds is slowly rco ing from a severe attack of pncat. Hon. M. P. Freeman ia convalt from hia severe and protracted illness Mr. Frank Nicholson and Mr. Bobin aon arrived a few days since from 8r, Louis, The Tucson Firo Department wili cel ebrate with a grand ball on New Yors eve. Tbe lndioatioaa for another good run in the near future are extremely fvro- rable. Dr. n. E. Qoodfellow lato of Tomb stone, has decided to looate in Loa ah celea. Mrs. Frank P.-ootori visiting friends and relatives in olomonville, uranum County, Jack Finch, a former under-sheri! " of this county, hesbeon uspoiutert fcto.-ru ct tho Territorial Insnne Asylum. ti, s P Kii nlnvees Library mvo their 4th annual ball ut Masonio Hall on Christmas eve. Only a short time remains Lefore taxer bra jtue delioirent...

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 December 1888

WEEKLY CITIZEN BN rURUAY. DEOEM HER 8, 18S8, Mr. J. J. Sullivan displeys b lnrn niaonnt of flno fnt beef. It w raofe fed and pquBl to the bpst ia the country. Lieut. BIchards nml Lieut Nolnn with troop K, 4th Cavalry, are at Fort Lowell en route to Fort Verde, their new station. Nothing will aakc a more neaeptnble Holiday Qif t tr your irifo or danghter. than on ot tboso flue cloak, to be had at L. Ze3kdorf Sc Co. "Qodey" i publit lied in Fh.ledelpbir, and ia ouly SZOOa year, vnih all eorta of inducements. Write fiud flek about it. Coder's Lidy'a Book. The indications are tbot the storm of the pest several d&ys has finally broken and that a month or two of cloudless weather can now be looked for. Major Feohet. the well known mining man of El Paso but furznorly e resident of Tucson, c.vne iu from the east lint evening and will remain about n xnoDtb, His Honor Mayor Stev. ns will be con tinued in office two jenie more. He has made a most excdl: &i Myor and the disposition is t...

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 December 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL XV111. TUCSO.W PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY DECEMBER 15, 1K8S. NO 48 u tiEKLY CITIZEN. S i i LHDaY, DEUKMBEK 15. lbKS. Tflo Citizen Pri3tiD2& P-i.-iiii.-c a i: it ii k u t it 1: o w Per Vcr J f ' l Kit V.in-liK ... - Threa ilonlh 1 IU AOVeBTlSINU KTE: O ie Square, tma insertion 2ft O jeSaunre. oacli snlxouenl in?itioa..... 1 teusw roil the daily: IVr Var t'9 ?? H ix ! n lis tJ-jr Jl.iiiih.. rr Weak.. S GO 1 0 OFFICE : Corner Congress and Church Streets & Maiden Lane and Church Street. CH APEIl RAILROAD IKaNBPOCTA. HON H'ASIKO, OrrKTUXiTiEs for towijg are usually slow in coming, but when once billed should be worked for all they are worth. For the past decade tho people of Tuc son have cried aloud for a plant ot suffi cienl capacity to reduce tbe large bodies of low grade ores that nre to bo foucd on almost every bill and bellow in south ern and middle Arizona. They hav worked end planned and subscribed money, but to no purpose, for wit...

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. — 15 December 1888

WEEKLY CITIZEN- BA'IURDAY DECEMBER 15, 1SSS, SOUTUEKN AltlZONA Altbousb. the distant mountain peaks re sheeted with snow, Mill blooming in tho 3i tho roses are valleys and the S rst breath of frost has not yet touched their fraarant bloom. This country does U nPnr1 tn be bolstered np by exBgerc- Sicn.all we need do is it is tell the t uth ind if this docs not brine stingers her I ram tbe snow fields and ic6 bound lities of the Atlanta eeeboard, truly ex .igerttion will cot do if, Bat broth even ,eo inclined it would ' e almost impos sible to exaperate tho advantages of c-juthern Arizona for a winter residence. With the tola exception of isolated in j'aaces, snow is never e een in the valley ahere grain and vegetables luxuriate ILe year round and flowers bloom eter nally. The advantages and beauty of in east--m Horini? are with us at all times :amp days are rare and in the first five aoiiths of the year lees than an inch of iln falls all told. In January the ther- i a ueter occasiona...

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. — 15 December 1888

KEKXY CITIZEN. VTUKDAY, DECEMBEK 15, 1SS3. LOCAL NEWS. IS IT AN OLD MINE? to Hon Ban Goodrich ud Jerry Millfiy t! l'fcemx came in lust evening. The Arizoan T. will Kvo a Briin J bait on Dec.itf.u. lohany Llatt baa opened b first olssa f gloon senr the depot und is doing well. ilra. Hollrook and her dttURhter iln 1,1 . jeave this evening for Sou Francis- CO. Iba boird of supervisors were m ses f i jn this uf ternoon, clearing np the busi u a of the olJ year. Miss Flarenco Oompton of Fort Low til, will ba the guest of 31 re. II. Al. Ja cobs lor n few days. The threatening storm has disappesr ed, the mad on the streets dried up and bu'feitittMS 2tnera!ly ia reviving. Vr d. W. ZLiou, agent for II, i. Bujk'lm A- Co.. v hiciKo. Ill- a city on business for his oompaoy. Tcvo Mexican boys have been arrested charged with breaks into bootee, steahnc jewelry etc Tuey will have a neari g before Judge Meyer to-morrow. pjcminent property owner yeater d y publicly stated that he would do nate a des...

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. — 15 December 1888

7 WEEKLY CITIZEN- 1 8A.TUKDAY DEOEM.HEK 15, 1SS8, LOCAL NEWS. Judge Barnes will shortly bold n term of court in Florence for Jude Porter. Only another week to pay taxes before they beoome delinquent. John Hart esyi bis "pordner" has been helping him on the streets again. Keonit Sarrisoo Newton enlisted in Los Angles has been ass-pned to Troop G. 4Jb Cavalry, stationed at Ft. Lowell It has taken nearly two weeks for beRdquartorsof4hOi.valry to receive their feeijjht by rail frora t. Huachacn. Geo. Daily Esq. of Tombstone, mem ber elect of the Legislature is visiting Judge Barnes and frmily. Stockmen who have been gathering cattle during the reoent ruin found it ex tremely uisagteeable, Capt. II. P. KinRBburg. Cth Cavalry, has been granted a four months leave of absence. There will bo a regular conclave i f Arizona Commander- No 1., Knights Templars, held at the Asylum this even ing at 7.30 a'clock. K B. Rtohsrdson is in town from the Crittenden Ranch. He ehipped 10 cars of steers to ...

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. — 22 December 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOLXViU. TUGSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY DECEMBER 22, 188$. NO 49 WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22,1883, ins Citizen Printms & Publishing C 11 1: it it i: u t b u a w CI anornl M Itllli tTr. Per Yeir 2 W Kit Months . 2 l Three Month 1 - ADVJtnTIhlSO nATEa: One Square, first insertion... 200 OnnnnnrA. A.irh Knheonent insertion.... 1 - TEBM3 FOB THE DAILT: PorYesr Six Months. Per Month.. Per Veek 500 I S ''FFICE: Cornci yJngress and Church Streets & Maiden Lane and Church Street. T UK "SACK" The indications are patent to n man up b tree, as well as to a man in n uewt paoer office that a -corruption fund is to be or has already been started for ns? in the comintr legislature, hdJ it if probable that desperate efforts will be made to nee it with a view of thwarting just legislation on to aid in the passage of suoh bills ns may not be consisted with the true mterrest of the Territory. Heretofore sach funds b&vo been used with open...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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