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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 12 March 1882

EKLY CITIZEN: MARCH 12, lS2 Court Calendar. There cau be no better opportunity j for obtaininir rchjI bmUiDfj lota nt rates ! Calendar for tbe March term of far below their actual valuo than is of-j First JiulMal Distiiet Cocrt fur . M t- ' ITIMV no N lYn- oitH. Mil.: 'tinctn, Sa Mill' .' t ih-sSlhw Kmc. . ait I-: l-rv-oMt. H! mK n ire. II mite; ltstftjtww.MBiiH. . i M-t Hndtt. H lifawtp TV .umii . I . ,;TiUe.aafc. Ti-n. TWiwt Jfc fcttote F tma i r.nfie RilTA-. ! Official Itecord. IOCATIOX XUTIUCK. Iled Ciotid.Wrightson district. .Tan 15, J M Wilwra, J MeO Elliott. Homostnke, Wrightsoti district, Jan 27, J M Wilson. J MeC Elliott Hercules, Enipire district, Mrs. A C Chtsbolui, Frank Wright, James Wil-. KOtl. Blno Shirt, HKrtriiaw district, Jan 31, 1332, It C Valencia. Monarch, Pint county, lVb 10, 1682, " v Rineti. a number or levelling houses! TKRBtroaiAi, owiwinaIi Uliv.-. Pima mmniy, Feb 10, 18S2, O L , have already been erected and many 1. Territory ot Arizona vs. Henry William....

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. — 12 March 1882

r Weekly Citizen. SUNDAY. MARCH 12, 1832 4 Mil Tksq. L. Stiixs returned from bis 'Wasiiington visit last Monday. Tun flonr mill of Mr. S. a Graham, hnn been shipped to Saric in Sonora. " The last bhipmcut ol the Santa Cata- rina Copper Company's machinery vas te&ded for shipment Monday. Mb. Fua.ve CAnrisTEit, a successful ranchr of lleddinton, in this connty, ns in the city Monday. Oui: matutinal contemporary across the street is again gashing over the dried apple firm. Very soft taffy! For the month of February th" tale of postage stumps in the Taoson office amounted to one thousand and twenty dollars. Judge Stilwell loft Tucson TuMday morning for n short trip to the mount¬ ains. Recreation and pleasure are the (Ejects sought. Mb. Thomas Coiims, Internal Revenue Collector of this district, and who has of late been in Washington arrived home last Sunday evening. The temperance ccuso is gaining ground in Tucson. Another drunk last Monday, at the suggestion of Judge Uragg. took th...

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. — 19 March 1882

f w J ii ILY ARIZONA i iLOIE XII. TUCSON, PIMA COUIN'TT, ARIZONA TERRITORY SUNDAY, MARCH 10, 1882 NO. 9. 1MW" & . a. mnmc WIIIT.MOIt 13. ti r . x m 171 aad know ea inuliaitioa. i h. HILDBBHAlfD, JL D., i hr awl ResMkoet. Stone avenue. MOTE WICKS, ask NovaBr Hpbxkl. Treses, -,,U J. A. AXMaiON. ITKLL ANDEBSON, iTTOSVSTS AT tAW. T. TURNER, M. D, m m ft kin "iianin i ! rilKKT. owskr rFjJxlr.ffiiMt l . X.D. J.C. HUfBT.H.D. HANDY i HOLBllDOK, .u-:-it and Sonatas. A r iNfJKESS STRKKT. TUCSON l) L. DEXTER LYFORD. i nMii uid Scanww. i IOSUKKR8 KT11HET. OPPO. ,.".-il-1r M W. C. U-ti. Ej. Tuc i :i.tkr- tun tt. HUGH T. FARLEY, . KSV I JCWHsM0-AT-lW. i OKNKK MEYHn AND PEKNINI! V () ( I it t rri'TV nTT-T7"P"V stock-raisikg. I U I" KlV.Ll 1 V1 X J.Ali.jI . , Tim mrritH n,ul A ) I t . uuVIIM "1 aWlaVUIUl 118 j 8 stck raising and beefprrNlncingooun- OFFICE: , tryuever attracted wore attention than . ; l :VtB U4 1S1 k tCCHM SU. j a Prosent.orby the already interested or prospective investors more...

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. — 19 March 1882

JSi ft) V Weekly Citizen. SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 18S2 THE MOP.MOS' QUESTIOX. The present is an njre ot sensation. The people demand it and the want must be supplied, -whether or not the facts justify its promulgation through tho press. Jnst how much of the sensational tales are to be credited as frospol truth depends upon the susceptibility of the tiorson who reads them. ThoMormon question ia the nil absorb¬ ing topic of tho present. All the terrible features of the mysteries underlying the polygamy and blood atonement features of that so called religious creed that hive been madt public through the newspapers, are given full credence in some quarters and spurned as libelous falsehoods in others. The facts will ap- iiear when the question is dispassionately reviewed and bereft of its sensational feature. Thero can be no question that under the cloal: of religion as embodied in the Mormon creed, thero lie many gross evils whose horrors will appal tho civilized world when fully known. 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. — 19 March 1882

weekly Citizen. SI ST AY. MARCH 10. 1882 f , . tu . TA1JLK OF INSTANCES. OJI TCCSOX ST RUlJIOAI. MiUO Eat Miltt. . ... WaPanUno 28 .... U lllraan t ... SliSWillroi M HAin Himan IX 2;Unllurc- ISO . . IMRIVniint ...97s Kasaai Citr ....IS smw fVl'toM". 3 mUrs; Silver Kin-. 5T to- rii"siz. S3 xdiIm; YoJtur, SO miles; mil: Prmcott. 1S2 milea. ' f. 1 ..ml-,un. miss. . 1 .r;IrMt.5iaile:CmpThom. " . , II! mil; Haa Carlo., V3 mil, .r.-i-,. rilk. Smile.. " .' ,n f 'hi km, TonoVa Jt S&sta Fe aad i Pk'' lUuroiui.. ,.:u I IC.-o!t BT STAOC . .iiWS a'-7?!,f7 , .T Hcmdaraad ndr ' MwxUj and Fndsjr. . . TUj and Saturdaj HUm. 1 .. an !. Mr.,f raoic Tcceoir, HiU- . lamr'.l t. ronora .;n 9U..r Ml J ,lWdAl.0a .. 70:nrrcas Ji T,w . ..- ' Emwreltasch.... - Jr ... SOOamp Cnttmdcn. .'..lic- 7S.Har.baK no tcosok to oncoMi. Mil. ....1J0 ...ISO .... AJO .... If .. 1 St ... M .. 1J .a Oral mrr.. T,h WU.'"..'. ..ju'v-riaei .- Si : t;ur vitlif '.niUt.'i - ' bl .v P r.rbo Jill" - fk roiat vr . ,rrl V j Blanco ....

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. — 19 March 1882

Weekly Citizen. SUNDAY. MARCH 19, 1S32 I Local Intelligence. ICE is selling on the street at 1 cents per pound. Amono the weekly postal changes an¬ nounced is the following for Arizona: Office established Mesaville, Yavapai county, James Mee, postmaster. Gas will bo tamed on, and all who haTe profited by the warning to be ready will receive the full benefit of the illumi¬ nation on Monday night coming. The water tank at the gas works has been boused an, and from its present elevated position it may trnthf ally assert its claim of being the highest high toned house in town. 5&t Tnx gas company for their principal mains are substituting wrought iron pipe in lien of the heavy cast pipes here¬ tofore used. The wrought pipe is equal ly as durable, and being much lighter is cheaper for transportation. MR. H. A. Speer and family arrived from New York and registered r.t the Russ last evening. Mr. -Speer is Super¬ intendent of the Caborca mines in So¬ nera, and is on his way to that plac...

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. — 26 March 1882

ARIZONA CITIZEN. vou-jie xir. TUasOS, PJ5LA COUXTY. AIUZOXA TERRITORY, SUXDAY, MARCH 2C, 138'; NO. IQ. EEKLY ClTIZKX. OFFICE : i yt ceistsn it lfii k 1S3 t&m its. ItKOWN faN: raMa J. A. WdlT-iORE. WH1T3IORE. OAr.FlELT) AND ROSRCGAKR. V7HAT TOCSOK WANTS. The Chicago Inter-ON-an, in .1 Jong . Tiiojj needa a smelter ot large editorial ou the Garne4d-ltA-aecrat.s inat- capacity, foreiietora work, mmI ultimately ter, says : " Is this connection the letter , a large KUmp raiU. to inert an nrgsnt I rtf I EirPioliJ vA-.UMK. ..j-a. . . . i , M. . ... . , wjwrjuiMiii, wnnR inny aaa crow wiinv i !p mine? Wllili. i.,n:, r t.-ii . u ..-.l. jbead.iuartera inue.lbeoon.iD-jSra.Iin. of fifty miles frrns the city are j jfl TomljntAi-", was shot by s-m-e tw- i tercting. The dispatches affect great i almost numberless, anil their lrvtiloD.Ii . .. , , e .1... m-m. .... - - Auv.u in-.n.m 1 ! 1.1 .11; , w. uu .'win lag, w.k tired two suoi- through 5 He , mystery ar. to tins let tar, aiid lutim-ito ! m...

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. — 26 March 1882

lit 5 mm 5 ?! P lit Hi Mi tt Weekly Citizen. s.,emni-r p & n joa StfOTUY, AIDS TO 1UJLR0JLBS, TAXATION Of THZSi, ETC. It is universally conceded that rail road facilities ore necessary to insure prosperity especially of towns and cities, whether inland or on the seacoast. Chicago, Kansas City, Indianapolis and Denver are notable illustrations id point These cities and many others, have given much substantial encouragement in the building of railroads to connect them witti otner ernes nuu productive sec¬ tions of country, and the result has been almost uniformly equal to and of ten greater thau expectations. A few years since it required from two to six months to btfng freight from sea- coast cities to Arizona and cost from eight to fifteen cents per pound. It took from three to ten days of hard travel for a passenger to reach transportation of As Mrs. Toadies said about the done MARCH 2b, 1882 good fuith. is bandr to havn in rl. Ii.u.sa and a community that can truthfully uoast ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 26 March 1882

Veekly Citizen. MARGH 26, 1982 -1 c- ,t J ' in !o KiaarU- a.l '.Vsettj mining be ..-n .it r. tyw.i: ok DISTANCKS. 1. a.- -lco. llrKlS T BAILWIO. ... a ... ft .liSan Simon ........ IS ...ILordbnn;.. ISO ..IE Mil.. Hut ... MtsTinUmo. 6lonoa.., aiAt1l-... ...41ti3 Doming.,... ...975 Kaiimh tXtj.. .;.-,. fi KUnnre. 22 mil. I .. riorenw.ii mil;BilrKiBC.S7 i, r I'timjx. 30 railed; Vultnrp, 50 tailes; x":H.n:rs!. 40 mil: Trewtt, 112 mile. for tnr"i. ' Harhaw,S0mil. ; "s.f?f.,-1i-.iib5tn.a0iBil. . ' ':for K,,ri(irnt. II miW: CaropThomiw, . i,I.J. 112 roil"; Kan Ovrli.W mile. J. ' J&ItT"Ue. 21 milr. i , it Atchison. Toim-Ils A Santa Fa and j K lir Panfie Kaiiroadi t,i TBCIW3 BT STAOC U Li ! J" JV? " ..nTIonljU'ndT..... C THE NEW MASONIC HALL. nc. MoikIm oi n4J. .... SISIf AL DUTaNCXS rsost tsmok. Milw.f IUIm. ., t..wi.I .... 7 Altar. Honors 1SI , ? TrBU0i M!MiUIen..... ! 'V," TOfirajmu n k31. .iix ti.-;,!. u ...... i l liner . ... " umpire lUaeB.... ST1 SO Camp Cnttailea . 7slH&r.hsw...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 26 March 1882

Weekly Citizen. ' THE KATAL ,5Ullet- SOSDAY, MARCH 26, 1S92 Local Intelligence. Tn addition to the Porter hotel will soon be completed. PBxrAiuTio!. for the building of a number of private dwelling house are now being made in the different parts of town. A Siipunry Affraj at tht Depot Frank StU wen Dies With Bit BooU on A Load of Bxckttot Through tha Heart The Sequel to aa on reaa Detilli of the Great Crime. proof safe. Tirr following bullion was shipped from Contention daring the week end- ins March lEth. Orand Central mill. 13 bars; Boston mill, 13 bars; Conten Hon mill, 13 bare. Uxdeb date of March 16th all hack men and hotel runners are forbade the use of the Railroad platform at the depot An officer will be stationed thers on the arrival of each passenger train and will enforce the law as given above. K. D. Feegcso.v Esq, a gentleman well known among the legal fraternity of tbo Pacific coast comes to Tucson for his health and proposes to cast his fortune among us and will upon ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 2 April 1882

a ARIZONA CITIZEN. OLlME XII. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SUNDAY, APRIL '2. 1S82. NO. 11. WEEKLY CITIZEN. S i OFFICE : ttlttOi Mi 16! i 183 QllCt SiS. . ,HN J. A. WH1TVOBC nUOWX & WHITMORE, PnMnsM mad rYaoriasor. mm : . J (O nliiwlilaim oo aoiitteation j'rvjetswnal Cartls. L HILDEBRAND, M. llSSoe sail Uwidce. 814 Stone avenue. MOY13 WIOKS. . vrr. ,-.JjV ASDSlTArPCWJC.TUOBOK, ASJZOSJ jomrnu. J.(.Bt, WELL .V ANDERSON. ATTOHNITS AT i.aw, an Vfysr"!i roet. Timmob, rirona. 3. TURNER. M. D. .. Arizona. (Wt at IWmii r fi saoo. Jt. . s. HANDY Jfc 0! J.O.UOOT.11.U. HOLBROOK, 'HY-ifd-USS 3D SCBOIOSK. FI T OX ("ONOHlisS STREET. TUCSON Ar t-r.. iri T. !R L, DEXTER LYFORD, riiriAN Axn Scboow. -I COMiKKKS Sn'KKKT. UITO- , m W of W. C. Dar, Ewj. Thc- Box 0 lirGH F. PAULEY, ?..l.srT ASD COCSEIJjOIUAT-I.AW. K iMllNEK MKYKi: AND TOSSING. t. Tncon. Anaooa. BENJAMIN MORGAN, ."nrt A5D (Vwseije-at-Law . v ! . r H PENXIS8 H'X STUKET. SfcAIt V M-, r, Tnroii, Arizona. tLB. LIGHTHIZER, , , n....

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. — 2 April 1882

"1 Weekly citizen. S USD AY, APRIL 2, 1SS2 EBITISB INSOLENCE. In times of insurrection, sedition and riot, a government is often compelled temporarily to resort to arbitrary meas¬ ures for safety and protection.andu pos¬ sible wrong to individuals may result, ft is, however, reasonable to suppose that, after reasonable time, the errors of the emergency may bo corrected and innocent sufferers accorded justice, if not indemnified for their actual unjust losses. The troubles in Irelaud, while not par¬ taking of the nature of a concerted in¬ surrection, Imve afforded England an op- .portnnity of exorcising an arbitrary authority quite at varianco with the spirit of the present age, and while sup¬ pressing the troubles arising from de¬ fective agrari.-iu laws, that Government lias deviated so fur from its reputed usual spirit of fairness and disregard of international law and treaty, as to im¬ prison American citizens temporarily sojourning within its domains for many months, without tri...

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. — 2 April 1882

Weekly Citizen. SCND.U APRIL 2, 132 - 7 utKii. Mereluuws aetaan, l a!i - i. J.I MMit of the ITlir.v in ban tnmn- lib i TBI.n OK 1HSTAXCUS. rrosos r KtilAoitt. Kikw.! East Milr. .... ttlll'MttaBu AllfUOMHl. . ... ttBVi.i sS IlSn Simon la JtTlU.rcMwric iatt ....rtlxiBi ski , ffi4!hM my ins t'l.imoor. 3S mil; SUwKiv, Vhrnix. SO mil-; Vultttm t buIm: t. ... ui mil: rmvH. lis mile. h '.iwir. 11 muW; lUn4iw.2tlnul. r - r..mhton. a now. ., ,.i.y.lKmil:SiiBCHii.Culv i , i .-.Until. K mile. , . ,,f Atrliiww. Tnjk X Jvmtn KeHKi X TXCSOV BT tOC. . ' 1- rsra ,. u- u4i-weklT... .... M .niarewl Fritter ,.ii.Jyftlr-... , .. lotvkr ami hwtanUy, 1 44 w U .tM'll. MlW KBOM TOCSOX. MilM.! Jti(-. ..tV) .. .. 28 ?l,fafHUM i.T,.i lHiIlsiTitlvnSjwWK. Kmpif" Hinted.... MOtmti Crittenden. W1H aches Uaaek.... TSiHarsbsw. ......... r k too- to abxskuit. w rirer.... ......... 9 V. - 1 It .j. re 12 s .1 s . t w.-n... ,, , n Writ. t ie 54 71 M I !K 130 SI r VTI1EU OBSERVATIONS. rr:-rT.Snsi,SEBTiCElJ.H. Anvr. 1 .r...

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. — 2 April 1882

Weekly citizen. SCXDAY, AHUL 2, 1S.2 Mn. GxMiLuo RriixiBB,tIie pleasant gentleman who presides over the Arivaca Hotel, is ia the city for a fow ilaya. He reports very Rood prospects for Arivaca, nd that two mills are to fctart up in tlw n it week or two. The quarantine on trains has been raised at the depot, and conductors are notified that they need no longer lock the. passenger coeh doors when in t'je Tucson yards, but any case of ti:kLot noticed on train mnst bs reported at tbe office. Ms. S. 0. G Kin am, ho recently iui xrted a now flouring mill into Sonoro, -has made a contract for its erection at Oquitou about six mikv from Altar. The mill when completed will torn out about ftOOO pounds of flour per day. JIr. Gra¬ ham arrived in Tucson last evening and reports the crowing1 Rrain of Sonora to look lietter than Tor any of the previous years. The harvest will begin "about Mar first. A reduction it the price of flour may then be lookexi for, as now it is excessively dear, boin not...

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. — 9 April 1882

WEEKLY IZONA volume xn. TlTCSO PIMA COrXTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SUNDAY, APRIL 9, ISS2. NO. 12. WEEKLY CITIZEN. OFFICE : i - - i va cntrm ui m & m turn. sl , SHOWN. ' . . WBtTXOBB. J1KOWX & WJIITMORE, Puhlihr i will l'mwipr. The Sunday Law just now being en¬ forced m California, was approved by tie Governor on tlio 20th of March, IMS- more than twenty years ago. Quite a Kip Van Winkle affair. ;ilM""v . .. Oscxi Wildes ' cstheticiRm p-rtr,,l. f even to California anned fruits. Its magnificent clusters of Inscious eraDea , are also said to afford him peculiar d - $ioo I "Si" when crusbeu,decantedandgiven s (I) i :j .r ral. awua known on aBli cation rrnesnniiat Curtis. Mu- L. HILDEBRAN'D, M. tl5 and Kmm19 e. Stone avenue. "move wicks. d proper age. vr.lT-I- AVpNOTJiBV Iijeuc. Tcoxox, U-v b-'! I. J. A. A SX3SOX. bl'ELL & ANDERSON", .VrnMuram at law, t2 M- Trrt. TiKa. riiona. J. TURNER, M. D., rvi'h STHKcr. COUNEK rjCSMNGTON. . A nan. Oftro t njH-s. IT- H.BWWi X. D. AC BASDTU. ...

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. — 9 April 1882

7 Weekly Citizen it sk -2E n IA1 S OKI) AT, APRIL 9. ISM UP? 88 THE California people are puttmr: themselves to great expense and trouble in connection with the Sunday law niilrintr thf rlno'ni' of saloons. There 1 t - - nsver was anv cood accomplished by that class of legislation, and never will be. Still, no doubt there are many sincere De !ievers in that sort cf thing, and we now drink the health of all such, wishing to them, as the archbishop did to Gil Bias "long .life and better taMe." The cify council of Tombttone is WTestlins with the pas franchiio elephant. Two companies are strucfrlinif for the plum the one now lurmsmn, gas to consumers in this city, represents by Messrs. Solomon and Dunbar Tombstone, and another company rep resented by Mr. A. H. Emanuel. A the Tucson company furnishes a quality of cas unexcelled anywhere, the lomb stone authorities would act wisely in granting them permission to illuminate their city. THE announcement that Oxford has won the boat race ove...

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. — 9 April 1882

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SUNDAY, APRIL 9, 1&82 Lov -Rf -sS H'1 reccnt'y been en ed aiu refitted. a: rsiTB Shmiit J. e.atn J. Colejux re- undor sheriff on C -.th just. Mr I. F. Hall n well-known ruining for Now York n '..ft tuts morning iai exists to be absent about thirty Xflf iotition for tlie pardoh of Ser- -oai. Mom'U sen' lo tho President from - (, , IS said to contain 120,000 nmes i n Murcs 2-100 feet in length. I -, in .t s Johnson, formerly snper- . .. , ,f tbe Hermosn Biill its Hnr- , . - .u-owtted to the snperiHton- , Mioas Pnetasin Ssnoro. ,. r'-icnii Gazette ays that during U .'f February the VultureMino i :..ihioutothevlneof S21.123 99. . menses for the same period wore H. K. DeLong has received noti ; , .3 f r. m the president of the Tuc- .. ji J Gulf of California Railroad to t -ice make preparation for the actual . t.f said rosd. I,;e Tombstone Nugget says: Zwig 71 t. the wounded "rustler, at the . u,!t Hospital, still has considerable . left in him. Ho expresses great , j...

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. — 9 April 1882

Weekly Citizen. 7Mb mr-- III- SON DAY, APRIL 9, 1S32 The county jail has twenty-four os- cnpant. Steameu will leave Ynwa for Mojave and othor points on April 15th. Gexekai, SnEBVAN anJ party arens ported as hnving pone to San Oarlob nod adjacent camps. The San Dieco Union annoum-aH the death, on March 30th, of Adolph Jorrw, roangost son of county Treasnrer JorreB, agea 20 yearn. The fotjoning bullion waa shipped from Contention dnringthe weekending; April 1st: Grand Central mills lars; Contention mill 14 bare. Mn. J. E. Rowe a drueffist by pro¬ fession, left this place tor Albnquorqm. about a month a?.-, and at which place he died on the 23tU of March. He for¬ merly came here from California. It in probable that we will have a Very plentiful supply of fruit this sum¬ mer. The orchard in Los Angclea and San Bernardino counties are reported to Civo promise of large crops, and the present facilities of transportation will enable our enterprising dealers to fur¬ nish such products in ab...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 16 April 1882

J en WEEKLY ARIZONA CITIZEN pnoi-Iif JH3H.10r .pjiiixtr. T '132818 uv.iiiuuji VOLUME XII. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA T. RRITORY, SUNDAY, APRIL Hi, 1882. i Weekly Citizen. OFFICE : J00, 302 & 3W CeS7ess EEC 181 & 103 Kurti St!. H. C. BIOWS. 1. A. WHITCOEE. BROWN k W1IITMORE, Iublihers and lln;rie4irv. EASTERN MORALS, A ping of bunko sharps when operat ing in a frontier village like Deming or Benson, and called upon by the exigen ciesof the times to play a bold game, are r- Yr. Fix llssrtfcs..... Tar. Month. $3 no . 3 (I) , 175 Uxfrtikiee nU, maje known in annli cation J'rofcssional Cards. MRS. J. L. HILDEBRAND, M. OSice and lUidence, S14 Stone avenue. d MOYE WICKS. ATTossrr-AT-Liw axd Notibt PmsLzc. Tccsox. r.izi).iA. IAKES BC13.L. J. A. AXDESSOX. BUELL ANDERSON, i ATTOBXETS AT LAW, 22.1 Msrers ctrct, Tucson. trisona. IAS. r. Hoi.r.Eooic. as. n. J. c handi. x. d. DBS. HANDY HOLBROOK, PmsioTAm isd Btmneons. . m('E ON CONGRESS STREET. TCCBOJi Arizona. DR. L. DEXTER LYFORD, Ph...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 16 April 1882

mi mi ? 1 li if m- ' 1 mi nt 0 Jjf- , Ml it' fa : 1,4 m Weekly citizen. ODE RAILROAD SYSTEM. I THE PROPOSED CHINESE BILL. la yesterday's Citizen- we referred to A Washincton dispatch bevb: "Senator what teems to 113 the dilatory wnv onr I -Tnrnvi nf Voraila. Renrwntnti Pim AVRTTj JS, 1892 citizens tiffee Lold of qnestions of the and Senator Miller, have been in con- greatest importance to Tucson. That I saltation, and hard at work together wo hare all the elements necessary to encaged in framing such amendments build a city of from twenty to thirty I to the machinery of the vetoed measure thousand population in a comparatively I as will, in their concurrent judgment. short period of time there can bs no I obviate all the objections before nn?ed. our city will not crow and I and at the same time not onl preserve, gress with so little help from those whose ,he ugea of those elements measure. The most important of these fortunes depended almost ntirelj upon I Ahnnt ninetenn sax day, AX...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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