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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 29 November 1890

veekly Citizen. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 29, 1S90 LOCAL NEWS. Juue Meyer is on the sick list. Th;inks;iviEg turkey are in the market, Travel to and from the country is a?ain brisk. Who will bo the candidate for coun cilman at lare? A lively feline squabble last even ing iu Maiden Lane. Tucson is now receiving an average of forty carloads of freight a week. H. Menajer sent a consignment of dry hides to Los Angeles yesterday. Four larjre wagon loads of supplies we lit out to the Olive camp this morn ing. Fivis large wagon loads of lumber vvct out for the Mammoth Mining Co. to iay. The business office, mechancial de partment a iid tindery of the Citizes Publish :ng Co., is receiving a new coat C'f jiujut. -Artisi Buehrnan is preparing a num ber of views of leading business places, to a;;?ur in the new book on Arizona's re.- .urcL-s. - iuLon is the most peaceful and best jfniood town in the country, be it east or west. For one week only one arrast, a d. i.ok, has besn jaded. lioo 1 the soldier...

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. — 6 December 1890

T" TUVSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY DECEMBER 6, 1890. VOL. XX. NO. 53 ARIZONA W" FT T?l T7" IT" "7 fNi u TTTNiTr 1 y .i t UlTlZdnLN OUR FI&Sr-3A.TTLi: SHIP. Tne Mailt, which was successfully laughed at the Brooklyn Navy vard on Tuesday, h the iirst of the heavy arm ored battie s: i;s which have been auth orized for our new American navy. The evant, was tij-rfurj one of more than ordinary i:-.!?r'-t arid importance. The pr.-ia?nt ves'is of our new navy, the B-ntoa. A'iaiiio a id Chicago, the New ark. Ohurl-is;.:n, Jlialtiniore and San Frjac ssu, are cruisers pure and simple. They were ujL meant fur fighting pur pMM Til aine however, while a cruiser, is a battle ship as well, and may be 'airly said to represent the highest attainment of American naval architec- ture. She has a length of 33J feet all over and 310 7eet at the water line. Her width is 57 fet and she has a mean raft of 2l:j feet aa J a dlsplaoneat of CoiS tons. Waa co:np.o:oJ the total cost will be ab...

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. — 6 December 1890

Y CITIZEN. lHICEMBEIUUSOO. F THE CITIZEN. mil y. r ia Advanca, y::i:kly. . r'.: Advance, 19 00 5 00 3 00 2 Ot S WILL RE INSERTED AT i.'for tho lirst iniertion an "i : iuc'i subsequent insertion. aily Citizen is in its tvrenty a:i eitendivo circalation r-I ory. "Its Associated Press i concise and especial attention jl news. .": is always welcome but it yaad to the point. Matters - :ire ot desired. . A D YLRTISE 1N"G . 10 lines nonpriel first inser sure each subsequent in- :"IAL ADTERTISE1NG Application. ' -TOFFXCE A9 2D-CLASSMATTEK - - Editor- ;:gulararmy. '. Indian troubles or threat- TiHTO served utre pr;wne V r.ver Times: They have r.rp-.rent the utter inade- regular army for the only . which it is kept in exist ; an assumption that we do ; n army to protect us from ::s or aggressions of foreign The independent nations of .':.(.-nt are rated as too weak to :. -.v consideration. And it is : : f v. e have en adequate navy o?.n nation can land a for forte on our shore1?; at ieast, -r...

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. — 6 December 1890

LOCAL NEWS. Tlie pay car is expected Thursday. Merchants are preparing for Christ mas. Calves are m great demand this f all. and are bricging G a head. Sidewalk grading along the Bloxton Block ou u ppor Congress street is a great improvement. Twenty-five fine fat steers were brought in vs.erday by John Zellweger from iii? ranci. Tlje buUdiog committee of the Ep iscopal cjj.lIi hold another business meet cg i L-siit. Foic Lo'a ?1 rivals the old miision as a rea.u ; f -r fjsoa. especially with the ijeaiib t-iiier in Uwn. Maoy Tubon ciiiie owners ar out of Vow a:, pr t?u, engaged in working their itstrb.-inemi ueforo January 1st. For a5;.ult wldle'drtDk cn another Mexican iivjocento iwobles yesterday Fe:ii;-n v i i 1) days in the county jail by Juov? Clever. Tnewfltat L. M. Prince's ranch four rjiUs north of Tucson has caved in. It whs ca-ed by the burrowing of gopiiers nr.juud the well, which let the surface Wiatt-r in. A vai-iaole niin ng property has been opened o liie Saginaw distr...

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 December 1890

vveekly Citizen. SATURDAY DECEMBER G.1S90. LOCAL NEWS. Ewrv bo.lv appears to have enjoyed thorns?; vos yesterday. Sho w people say Vr '30n is one of the best theatrical towns i its 6ize in the west. A colored damsel of uncertain char acter was rined this morning for using too strong hmuag?. Any notes or personals intended for oar social column tomorrow should be handed in by noon. A Celestial has been arrested by the the military at Fort Lowell for selling whisky on the reservation. Monday the territorial business will begin in the district court. There are some important cases on the docket. The l ;;rd of Supervisors met in regular session this morning, audited bills iin.l transacted routine work. When the news reached Olive Camp yesterday of J. K. Browns election the boys turned out an spattered red paint. The Gazette is responsible for the scales that e x -Governor olfley is ho.din' a clerkship in New York City. siihig (Jury are pushing work ar;:g(ssa mine in the Sierra :.re grea...

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. — 13 December 1890

TF1 TUCSON, PIMA. COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY DECEMBER 13, 1890. VOL. XX. NO. 54 ARIZONA GIT SECRETARY NOBLE'S REPORT. The at entioo given Arizona by Sec retaey Noble in his annual report is de cidedly flattering and more than flat tering, because he recommends much of the report of Acting Governor Mur phy which will be beneficial to this sec tion and have an immediate and salu tary effect. A ftr a somewhat exhaustive review of Gov. Murphy's report, the Sec retary says: There are 12,000 Mormons in the Ter ritory. It is expected that they will people the Territory more rapidly in the future than in the past, and in view of this, restrictive legislation, such as has been adopted in Idaho, is recomended. The Secretary calls attention now to his remarks on the Gubject under the head ing of Utah, where the su bject is dis cussed. The following recommendations are made by the Governor and approved by the Secretary as noted.- L That an enabling act for the ad mission of Arizona as...

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. — 13 December 1890

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY DECEMBER 13, 1890. PRICE OF THE DAILY. CITIZEN. Vu Copy, One Yaar in AdT&nce, aeCs-pj-, Six Months WEEKLY. Cpy, One Year in Advance, ne Copy, 8iz Months $10 00 S 00 f 3 00 2 01 T OCAL NOTICES WILL BE INSERTED AT LJ li-cents per line for the first insertion an i iw cents per line for each subsequent insertion. Th Amzoxa Daily Crazcr is in iu twenty- Bret year, and has an extensive circulation tkrooghont the territory. Its Associated Press resorts are foil and concise and especial attention is paid to territorial news. IOBKXSPOXDEXCE is always welcome bat it mast be crisp, newsy and to the point. Matters of a personal nature are ot desired. LEGAL ADVEBTTSEDfG. f 25 per square. 110 lines nonpriell first inser tion, and ilJZj per square each subsequent in- sunon. COMMERCIAL ADYEBTTSEINGr Made known on Application. ENTERED AT THE POSTOFTICX AS 2dCIA6 8 MATT IB W. L- VAIL. - - - Editor LYING ABOUT PRICES. The Philadelphia Press has returned a valuable service ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 13 December 1890

LOCAL. HEWS. r Taxes are being p?id at a good rate. Salt river it reported running Tiry kith. Ta lato rains have mid gxii roads. Ranchers are putting in winter crops of wheat and barley. Wocd i: fcecosiirqr -Iii: - r r 3 ?e rs are 8-.c-aiT bz:m''g m: .3 p'e -tuL 9V3r,l p rnjo in the cio7 tula 1 TS . ,1 .. :i pur. affent. . PrxlDr hps ra' e J 1000 f. -ei. o? two inch ci j 1 i! ic ubiaa in well or i.. The late rain was much heavier in the viona c" Floreace tb3a ia tne neighborhood oi: Tuceon. A trot m-t-r is r . tb K"LaJ""3 f'- the Trrl--vJ hn v? oap.ity tf aD-ut; ove ---s- : r " ... - ve Two waon loads of aaerchand Re Tor Bernard t Co. An vac-, went vnl t.-tm KZeckeadorf fc Cos. todry; also oae for Sonora. Two considerable holes are caved in Court street opposite the court h use, caused by cavin of the sewer from tne court house. Basin iss men report that sales ia this city, especially i- dry goods and furnishings ae th.s ear much beU.e thin a year a;o. There will be a meeting of the...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 13 December 1890

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY DECEMBER 13, 1890. Carryalls are doing a rushing busi cess. A new hack has been put on by M Drachman. Two new members were admitted to membership of militia company D at their last meeting. Tucson merchants 6how coneidera accomodation in scraping mud off cress ings and putting straw down. The Star says the announcement of Judge Barne.e candidacy for mayor was premature. The public concurs. The grand jury yesterday found an indictment atrainst G. W. Rood, for the murder of jas Farrell at Nogales. short time 6ince. Rood's trial will be gin shortly. There will be a special meeting of the Ladies society of the Congregational church tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. It is especially requested that all ladies be present. The lecture to have been given last night by Hon. Jacob Kemple under the auspices of the Negley Post, G. A. R was postponed until Thursday evening Uec 1.5, The ladies of the Congregational church will give one of their enjoyable socials next Tuesda...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 20 December 1890

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY. ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY DECEMBER 20, I89u. VOL. XX. NO. 55 of pr:oTT,cnrw. protect re 1 s'al'.on there is a stratum of j Jbtice which trie rreat bodv of American vote's ca?not '-jduced to oo .ii.iur',' i;no-e. H.ODej 3 e;.,'-e-i r: .nainls i.Vng toe j - o.-g S bo oath of i-iio h:- :o b- aI -gtne mia,pud yes, od m.-caoe-y of mr a -racturers, m toie3 : ii. ijin sof ucH'Dgmen ai ! formers. 1!. Jove of a!r pk: so ohgrae terVi'c o' i- e A.irk'au people v 1 :n m sl les t no w.:r. be g'.veo t'e rgli' to compete ia o;. r ujarkels against the pro t? jc. "on? o these citizens initil ie has m? e n conespond'Dg cou'.r ou to t'ie ?at:onal treadur. FecogaVoo o? I'l s act Is the j Fli fisr.Voa o' Oi.n':'oo. A t.6 vtnen the.e is ac'ce". e l.e fact that ..e e.-in-df ri oJ -A c v c' ..:j is-iip has t .ed tis v.'fes o? a. ?-sa of wc.rers o a h" ier 3e thou "s ecooeC iu any other coJv:.y a coMoj wh.ca it.- is neither os ra- e no - possible to maierl a'r...

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 December 1890

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY DECEMBER 20, 1890. PRICE OF THE DAILY. CITIZEN. One Copy, One Yaar in Advance, One Cp . Six Months WEEKLY. e Cepy, One Year in Advance, Toe Copy, Six Months $10 00 5 00 S3 00 2 OS LOCAL NOTICES WILL BE INSERTED AT 15 cnts per line for the first insertion an i 10 cents per line for each subsequent insertion. Tib Arizona Daily (Yikes is in its twenty first year, and has an extensive circulation taroughoat the territory. Its Associated Press report are fall and concise and especial attention fa pnid to territorial news. CoKEisroxDENCE is always welcome but it nnstba crisp, newBy anu to the point. Matters of a personal nature are ot desired. LEGAL ADVERTISE ING. fUZo per square, fW lines nonpriel J first inser tion, and $1.25 per sqa are each enbeeqnent in sertion. COMIIEKCIAL ADVEETISEING Made known on Application. XKTSSXD AT THE POSTOFF1CK AS 2D"CLASS MATT KB W. E. VAIL. .... Editor. THE LATEST lAPPORTIOKMENT BILL The Congressional Apportionment bill proposed ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 20 December 1890

LOCAL NEWS. City licenses are coming in at a good rate. 0e drunk up before Judge Meyer was fined $2. Arizona Lodge Xo. L A. O. U. W. meet tonight at 7:30. The dry grass on court plaza will be burned off ia a few days. Ten calms,' for the Mammoth Min ing Coi mills, are at -he station. It will soon be time for the lately elected county officials to assume office, A dinner paity was given by the Ezekiels to- a number of friends last evening. The Juch opera company will play in Phenix this week but Tucson gets the go-by. W. L. JohLbon s property on upper Congress street is undergoing extensive repairs. Five ii'j' men were added to the force at the Southhern Pacific shops this week. I he Good Templars meet tomorrow at 7:30 at tl e residence of Prof. Bowman near Baptibi, Church. Larce consignments of cigars are be- incr received by the Tarious dw&lers in that article tnia week. A carload of hoises from San Pedro was loaded at the station yesterday for shipment to Los Angeles. Tne fune...

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 December 1890

crnsEN.1 SATURN DECEMBER 20, 1890. LOCAL IfEWI- Drummer are plentiful in the city and are doing goed Dusines-. The bad spot in the street opposite the city hall has been tuiea in. City Council meets tonight to can. rasa the votes or me laie tiecwuu. & nurtv brake away from Officer Johnson last night and left the town. The fire 'companies hold their an nual election next Monday evening. in untown saloon .last rilfht will be settled before a jury next week. m, wr&lk alone the Abadie lock on Meyer street is beig put down rBpidly and substantially. No theatrical l roups are expectediby Manager Raid, of the Opera House, our the month of December. The fog this morning is quU a for Tncaon. beinir about ' the third one in ten years. n ra-ra of Co. D.Tucson Militia are requested to meet at the armory this evening at 7 o ciock anarp. Next Mondsy is the third Monday of December when unpaid taxes, city and county, beaome delinquent. Quite elaborate preparations are be-1 ing made for Chr...

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. — 27 December 1890

rr YT7I rm H H VOL. XX. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY DECEMBER 27, 1890. NO. 56 ARIZONA W KLY CI XET THERE BE If O BACK DOWK. In view of the current talk in certain weak-kneed republican newspapers to the Sect that it is tke duty of Congress this winter to modify the McKinley tariff act in the direction of lower duties, the Philadelphia Press very pertinently calls attentiou to the clamor that aro over the passage of the republican act in February, 1S75, just after the great democrat c i dal wave f 1S74. it said: From bef'-re the passage of that bill to the resumption of specie paynieats very house of representative elected had a de-aocratic majority opposed to the republican plan for resumption. ' The opposition to resumption grew with every election. It was never stronger than in 1878. Even in Eastern 6tates like Pennsylvania the democratic party " placed itself on a greenback platform. ' The clamor againtt. resumption came j " from the same states, and it was ...

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. — 27 December 1890

Citizen. SATURDAY lLCi:.IBEE27t 1S90. CO; V. (-.n Y: r Copy. Or.f Y-Hi- i'.v, ix Ai. HE CITIZEN. l V. J10 00 5 00 7i S3 00 2 09 1 ALorin: wili. bk inserted at l.t cv".;-; ;., r h; .' ,-.r t,'i nrst insertion an l'J or.: ;t l.n? for ivo!i f.r.Uejnent insertion. rE AMcK Daily I'mzrx is in its twenty. .n siisivo circulation ; "r-ry. Iw Associated P reus ;.!: !( :ols? and eiocial attention N T i alwsys welcome but it ryr,r!,l to the point, Matters .": ot dA-ired. al adye::tiselxg. 2.25 ;ir 3 : rv. i -Inf nonpriel 1 first ineer. .. ii-i 1 si.:.'. - y. r-; each fcubssauent in- t!ir-;n-!io;i: hc rfjx.rtg arc f;;':I if? tuti'l to torrit IT'-: cri'. ' o a i- - L' C Orj-i.IICIAL ADYERTTSEIXQ M tT '-iiith on Arj Miration. rKr.KD at mr iW7 ICE AS2D-CLAS8 StATTEB Vr L. V.II - - - - Editor c?i"SUS ax: Cen.us Lull. " lii pnktior) (. f U: 1. IS'.-O. ;.s .!: 1 :.reo-.c sit:-..: far:::;! re-:--.Tva;'cr;p. :r.u . i POPULATION. Xo. 1G gives the po iled States on June y the final count ef , sxclusive of...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 27 December 1890

Veeely citizen. SATURDAY DECEMBER 27, 1890. LOCAL NEWS. Box DecmVr 19, 1890 to wifa of Chaa. Kr6ham, a daughter. th. uouri piaza n a very popular re sort with th health seekers of the citj. The delinquent tax list for th past j 7ar is now in preparation and will be a heavy one. -Building improvements are becoming aoticeable all about town, particularly naiejer street. Sonora oranges continue to arrive. Tucson merchants veeterday received j eixu en barrels of the luscious article. Extensive preparations are being made for the Pioneer's 6th Annual Ball to be held Dec 29th and it will be a pleasant affair. Butcher Schumacher has hung up some fine bacon in front of hi Union Meat Market. It is of the pork he has lately been packing. -Christmas presents are adding largely to the mails received, the poetotice peo ple reporting more than double th us ual amount for the past few days. 101 were present at the Sunday school yesterday. The morning service and the loung People s meeting in the a...

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 December 1890

LOCAL NEWS. New carpet is being put down in portions of the court heus halL The frent of th Ochoa property, on the corner of Stone Avenue and Camp street, is being plastered. Tall guessing ie being it being done as to whom J . K. Brown's under sheriff is to be, but it is guess work only. Elegant new buggies have just been received by Prof. Gulley, of the Univeri ty, and It. Velez, the Mexican vice-consul. Mrs. l'iontkowsky, of Eddy,. X. M. daughter of Trof. Bowman, i m the city spending th9 holidays with her pa t ents. Air. Jas. EJgar and mother of Detroit, Michigan, arrived on this raorning's train. They will spend the winter in Tucson. Household coods have arrived at the station for Lu V. Wilkinson, from Ben eon. Tucson's population is steadily in creasing. U.S. Marshal Paul returned on this afternoon's train from Phenix, where he has been att.su J lag United States Dis trict Court. Several mining experts are examining properties in various parts of the coun try and reDorts of mor...

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 January 1891

ARIZONA WEEKLY U1 I izko 0 TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY JANUARY 3, 1891. VOL. XX. NO. 57 The man who grabs for the earth geii erally gets nothing. Everybody appears to hay enjoyed themselves yesterday. Some of the boy's w ere poco hillarious last night, Christmas comes but once yar. Tccson business men 'enjoy a lively trade, because they buy and sell on bus mess principles. In the fruit growing industry Ari zona does not hava the scale or other pests to contend with. The New York Herald thinks "the democratic party is in need or an ag-7"-sive leader," and not a ready letter writer. It is to be hoped that the precious promises of the newly elected demo cratic members of the legislature will not prove to be gas. Theke is a piscatorial dor about the jail-delivery fracas this morning. postmortem examination would not be expensive and might throw some calci um light on t'ae subject. Todays telegrams report heavy snow in New York "pedestrians few, and sur face cars ma...

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 January 1891

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY JANUARY 3, 1S91. Wateb is king. Sejjatob Stafford's huge bill for re lief of the farmers resembles the Argen tine proposition which failed. Arizona must become self-supporting. She has the soil and'the water. What is needed is capital and enterprise. Jim Blaixe, of Maine, and his recip rocity scheme seem to be prime favorites with the Farmers Alliance people. Is the east, a "green Christmas makes s. fat Kirkyard." Here it is always a green Christmas, and the Kirkyard is muy flaco. Mr. Tarn ell. appealed to the predju dices of his constituents, and might have come off a great deal worse than being buttered with a bag of the "auld sod." Seven hukdbed million oranges are anuually imported to this country from Europe. The time is not for distant when this figure will be represented by minus. The Silver Belt says G rover Cleveland has opinions on every social and politi cal question except one, and that one the most important of them alL He ap parently does not k...

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 January 1891

LOCAL. NEWS. JL Hittenger is in receipt of Bom elegant dining room furniture. B Thieve are making raids on cans of the lacteal fluid left by milkmen. The work of putting in the gas machine at the university is about com plete. Thrse w agon loads of merchandise went out to F. A. Steven's 6tore at Qui jotoa, yesterday. No clue is obtainable of the robbers of Assessor Snyder. Officers are keep ing a 6harp look out for them. The 6earch for Verdi'go is a lively one, at least 40 men being in the chase. They are pnncipaly west of town. Geo. J. Roskruge has moved into office quarters in the Bloxton block, next to the Surveyor General's office. Letters of administration in the estate of Wn. Wolllor have been grant ed in the probate court to Robert A. Murrie. The knife with which Verdugo at tacked jailor Prtllon at the time o: his escape is 6aid to have been furnished him by a woman visiting him last Sun day. The woman is in jail. Mid-week service tonight at the Congregational church for jiib...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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