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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 16 April 1882

IV weekly Citizen SITSDAY. APRIL 1G, 18K2 Mi:- DsMExmo Velasco left for Altar this nnrninc. M OOK "OS. lltrrz, of Papago, is again visiting Tucson, aart wilt remain for a fe dajs. He reports matters flourishing in 'he i'ty of Papago. Jose Unities Tins brought in from Harshaw yesterday charged with cattl stealing. Judge- Fucun bound liim over to apjar before the next graud jury. Mb. H. B. SMrru, of this city, is en icying himself ataong his home ac¬ quaintances in Platteville, Wisconsin. where he will spend a portion of the rammer. Some drunken vandals passing down Mam street n few nights ago, broke off about half n dozen of the young pepper trees planted in front of the residence of H. S. Stephens. KtroKTS from Oieaterville are of a very favorable character. There is said to be pltntv of water because of thelatt winter rains and much gold is being Mashed ont of every gulch. The following bullion was shipped friim Contention for the week ending April Sth; Tombstone mill 3 Imrs; Girar...

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. — 16 April 1882

V 1 Weekly citizen. 5 1 SUNDAY, APBIL 16. 1882 Mb. Rickakd, son of the Professor, will leave for London on or about the 20tb instant A cocrtrj of Concord coaches hare arrived at the depot direct from the mnnnffletnrers for Mri. W. M. Griffith, of Tucson. Me. Ecoese L. Scluvax, a well known mining man and capitalist of San Francisco, came in from there yesterda; and is now stopping at the Palace. Mr. G. Hill Howard has returned from ashington. His visit to the cap- ;:al was somewhat curtailed in conse¬ quence of the serious illness of his wife. Prof. Geo. C Hall, Principal of th public school, was last night received :nto the mystic brotherhood and raised to the sublime desree of Master Mason y Tucson Lodge F. and A. M. Mb. Jl. A. Speaks, Superintendent of thcCaborca Mininp Company, returned from Los Angeles last evenin?, to which pliict. he had accompanied his wife, she having ffone there on a visit to her friends. It is reported here that a number of the Indian prisoners at San Car...

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. — 23 April 1882

1 V WEEKLY ARIZONA CITIZEN. VOLUME XII. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY", ARIZONA TSRHITORY, SUNDAY, APRIL 23, 1SS2 NO. It. 1 1 4 i 4. i ; Weekly Citizen. OFFICE : k 3M ewftew a&a 1B1 & 183 ami si!. J. JU WEITMOHr. BROWN & ffll ITMORE, Publisiers and Proprietor. TEH 513 : .... f5l .... son .... i:s ptrKiT Fil Sin""1'; T-rfe MBtlrt jTert-nas ! made known on application l'rofcssional Cards. L. HILDEBIUND, XL 0S and Reidnce. 314 Stone avenue. MOYE WICKS, -v.rn.rr -it-Law ami Notary Public. Tccsox. AEIXOXjL. JOtES BCTtX. J. A. AJtDXXSOX. -3UELL Jfc ANDEESONV ArrenxxTS at l-vw. 213 Jlejers street, Tucson. Ariroaa. AN IMPORrANf ENTE2PRISS. . r : j imijua iub year rouu i, as me TUcCmzK.v haBalrca.lyexprcsM-dtbe Ubera flie -spent many of union that Pima county conld give a childhood davs had a cba A. w. BOLKBOOC K.O. C HAM1T. X. tl. DRS. HANDY- Jt HOLBROOK. Par'ions" and Scp-oeojs. tI 'E ON COXGHESS BTltEET. TUCSON V Annua. na l. dexter lyford, Pbyichs asd Srnntns. Ovnii comiueks street, or...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 23 April 1882

1ft in ' Mil ; iJ V Weekly citizen. SOSDAY. THE DTSXAX SITUATION. The situation appears to be one-sided. Tlie hoatiles are having it tiretty much AlIUIi23. 1S&! their own tray and have added to the long list of crimes which have made the THE Indian OUTBREAK. I name of Apache so dreaded, n score or The Citizen is not dispo"1 10 ex3PCer moro ol murders, and the end is not vet. ate the importance of the outbreak of The troons pursued them and have Loco's band of Warm Sprint; Indians at either been defeated or compelled to re- the San Carlo Hexervati.HJ, or create treat for want of supplit s, and the next in. 1 ... any unnecessary alarm, pic tuu iuu mtellegence the wirej will brine us will irell the disastrous consequencee mat be the murder of more unprotected are inevitably the results oi tucse pen- ranchmen aud prospectors. odic Indian troubles, paralyzing the Congress is invasion and it has an business interests of our crowing com- opnortiiuity to see the full fruits of its tmmit...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 23 April 1882

V I i. Veekly Citizen. Sl'NDAY. APRIL 23, 18S2 Local Intel licence. H1 .palace Hotel Has recently been cu r-tid and renovated throughout. SfME grading is being done on the , t side.of Court Pfcizn preparatory to tV Uyiw: f plank sidewalk The court bouse is fast beginning to ..name shape, the wall of the seeoud ji r nri tin aal tfas grated windows are IE plkCA Mr. C V. CiRK the well known har¬ ness dealer f this place relates an inter¬ esting case of affection and material solic¬ itude exhibited by a young female dog towards a forlorn looking and motherless kitten, and what makes the case the more remarkable is that prior to the case in question the dog had manifested a deci- dtd antipathy to everything of the cat kind, never missing an opportunity to an¬ noy anything cat shaped, and to them was so heligercntly inclined that it wa impossible to keep aca: about the house. At the time of the notable exception th dog was not more than eighteen months okl and had never borne young aor wa...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 23 April 1882

I J I i 4, I' : t i Weekly citizen. SUNDAY, APRIL 23, 1882 Chas. Vosburg of CalaUasas has bwn appointed, by Shenff I'aul, Deputy Sheriffin and for Pima county. L. 2ECKEX1I0BF & CO. A MAnccth Stors WlUmct a ConEtarpart Th. Greatest Store Betireea Sin rraacUeo and St. Lsoli mil DUcrlpUon or the Interior BlesrajtlcU Sketthts, ttc. A traup stealing a ride on the train at the time of the accid-nt near Rincon on Sunday night, suffered the fracture of three ribs. TnE followinc bullion was bhipred from Contention during the week end¬ ing April 15th: Tombstone mill, 7 bars; Bottom mill, 5 bars; Contention mill, 9 barf, Grind Central mill, 11 bars. Horse thieves are industriously plying their vocations on the Sonoita. On the Sight of the 13th, Mr. Thos. Hughes liv ing near Camp Crittender, lost three mules and one horse. No clue to the thieves has yet been ascertained. A very handsome bed room set com plete in all details, is offered for sale at a sacrifice. The owner is about to leave Tu...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 30 April 1882

WEEKLY ARIZONA CITIZEN. VOLUME XII. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SUNDAY, APRIL :0, 1 88''. NO. 15. WEEKLY CITIZEN. OFFICE : :2 & 30 CHUMS 4 161 & 1(3 citrct Stl siows. J. a. wniTnoaE. K OWN i WHITMORE, I'shlr-ther-. and Proprietor. Tl: J3 00 . 3 00 . 1 ldt-" retca made kao-rn on application Professional Cards. MRS. J. L. HILDEBRAXD. M. (JEee and Rceideace. 314 Stone avenue. d.. MOYE WICKS, rfjzra-KrJj.yv and Notabt Ptblic Tcctok. jisn rcEio- A A. AtDESOJt, BUELL . AXDERSOX, Attoknits at la. Meiers street. Tucaon. Arixona. aA.i.BerJwvt.x.D. j. c. H .tnT. k. n. DBS. HANDY & HOLBROOK, I'Mfin." and ScaoEosa. 0rl Anrmw. 0 DR. L. DEXTER LYFORD, PBTSiaAS AlCD SCEOEOrl. a iiil-uu tan i'l-i. r iiwiii Hi K . ' i L.ii in Hi ... . ' T. I-trtfif Ihil 31V. 0 HUGH F. FARLEY, 1TTORXCT AND CNS1J-B-AT-LaW. rrU'EtOUNKK MKYKP. AXD rENXlKfi .n trer!.. IBTwra. ,riwti. BENJAMIN MORGAN, ITTOBMT ASD COCSSELlOS-iT-liAW, , FFICK OS PENSINOTON street, unit v Meyer. Taeme. Arixona. IL B. ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 30 April 1882

m lJ1 1J1 111 in it mi ii Weekly Citizen. SGXTJUvY. APRIL SO. 16S2 TJE COWBOY QUESTION. Onebf the New Mexican rmpon-.cliiefly noted or what it don't knw, has taken occasiAn to cast slurs upon Governor Tritle, of this Territory, because he has Eked in appropriation by Congress to suppr ss lawlessness. It ays tbnt with¬ out GiWcrnrnent aid, bat imply by or- caniziiu the people, Governor Sheldon haswitMfd out the lawless clement in New Mexico. Unless murders, thefts and ptperal cnssednessdonot constitute lawlessness in New Mexico, the Gover¬ nor lisp not yet, cither with or without . the aidjof the general Government, sup pressed lawlessness. Governor Sheldon has dote a good work, however, and has materillly lessened the evil, but he has had at his command a oecret service fund provided by the Legislature. Gov Tritle pnds himself without a dollar with which to operate, yet willi the co¬ operation of reliable citizens he has made wise provisions to meet certain emergencies. There are, h...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 30 April 1882

Weekly Citizen. Sl'N'DAY. april a), iss2 Y.-.vapaiconnty bnsno liostilo Apacb s. TnxS-in Francisco newspapers notonn action for divorce commenced by Lizzie T. Shearer against George B. Shearer. Tie defendant is a printer well known n Tucson. ,V- infant daughter of Don R-ifnol Varnos died at Faso del Norte, Texas, Lut Sunday. His numerous friends in Tu'son sympathize with Mr. Vurrios in 1 :s affliction. Gkxerai. Siieuman when bore in pr to tbe question "of what be U.oubt of tbe Apacbt-s, is reported to have sid, "Well tbey arc pretty good ft;lis and mean well." Tin: Santa Rosa Pa pa go wbo killed ' supposed wiszard a few daya ago has i ,11.1 over for a bearing before tbe . ...i ..rami iiirv which will not meet till i. cmiinir November. Tbo witness will Ik; detaiut-d pending tbe result of the case. Vint. Cocktt will put fifty good men into tbe field, Pinal county twenty-five, ,.i m,ut nmbabl v Gila county will coma up with a similar quota, making in nil one buudred men. From lavapai c...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 30 April 1882

Weekly Citizen. 1 W 4 She 'fl I i ft' nun ; ti in lit pi 1 Mm ml SUNDAY, APKILEO. 1882 Tab Fur lias a news ajjent who kecrs the boys well supplied with Territorial and California papers. Rev. Mr. Berry is having an office fitted op for his use in the base of the Methodist church bell tower. .a 1 irnoners receiitty uiscuarKeu county jail for lack of junsUic Walteb I. Vaiii has by Sheriff Paul been appointed special Deputy Sheriff ia and for Pima comity, nt Total reck. TnxPhcnix Gazette says that "the laoaquito bss put in an appenraiice," but it undoubtedly mtended to say its bill. Old "Pant's" rifle was rafflfd off in thoElit last Saturday night, and was won on a throw of 42, by Captain Johnson! Tax Papairo Indian killed in the Bar- no Iiiorfe on Sundav afternoon, was one of the from the tion. Mb. DkriD McDosau. a stranger in the city, fhile descendinj; t he steps of the 3L E. Cllnrch Sunday evening, met with quite a ihinful accident which will lay him up fjr some time. The f Jllowin...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 7 May 1882

WEEKLY ARIZONA CITIZEN. VOLUME XII. TUCSON, rDiA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SUNDAY, MAY 7 1882. NO. 1G. Weekly Citizen. OFFICE : y i m tncta m m & m ami. sis. s. . maws. - wnrraoBc BROWN WHIT3IORE, Publishers asd rroswietors. Tcexs : Per Year Blx X?h. Ttw Month- . , i- Sjoarc filt inwtlon an." ech Mibwjwnt im-erUofl.. tdrarU'isK rate miJ. kitown on application , 3 CO 17S Professional Cards. MRS. J- I IITLDEBRAND, M. Uffico azA Residence, 814 Stone avenue. MOYE WICKS, .. N)T.i-LwA!nNoTArPciJUa,Toocox, Auzoma. im. J. a. ADrEo j. BUELL ANDERSON ATTOE.tUT AT 't3c. ' ' t!5 Merer strest. TaeiJi'' icaouir-ooCXtB. . o. HUtSf, . o. DBS. HANDY & HOLBROOK, rarsiciAS" ASD Scboioxi. ,.. -K OS r-ONGKESS STREET. TUCSON. J. he fnendl j- allapai Indians of Mohave and Yavapai counties, are said to bo almost in a starring condition, and eiiorts are being made to have Shorn re moved to the San Carlos resem.tion. Patrick O'Neil, of Tombstone, at¬ tempted to avenge on imaginary insnlt upon John i...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 7 May 1882

r A"T)l"p IvT V rYr'TTr7T7,K" "orta a safe business the At- t. -JCJi. KJXAlj&tS. orwFy-GeaPnl xrill be notified nr-il m 1 1 L , Si MAY 7. 1MB A CovTrnroAKY Mvs a Itemoermt is known I.y bis marka. Tbe laat word fill aid 1uw read "nose." It c-j'ta seven rants per day to' enb- ms1 c.'ii Chinaman in transit acre tb a by the caret. A Ha nrii for the eick employees of t e A tli ntic and Pacific railroad is to be c.tilte led t AlWHruerqoe. 5r,vup Martinez while laym with a giant iartrulite at Castle Dome on lasi IVoudv' evening had one of his bands badh- sfeitered. You. laHwi v posseesN an aba' dance f opals "which may prove of eonaider- iUe t1 nmoug the resonrees of that r-ortioa M Arizona. Mr. C li. ItaiHixr, a member of the YttBia a unty Bjard of Saperviaora, baa ban an ainto-i Recorder of i bat county, vies San nel Partly resigned. . Tars iijleriisage of Mohammedan lo j- aleern baa its counterpart in tbe iHlcrimatc of Boston ian to the Golden Gate. Each payn respect to tbe birth pl...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 7 May 1882

vVeeklv GnacEN. 3IAY 7, 18G2 rnESix elected a City Council oa the src-osn herdic coach has been jmt ,a tic streets. Mat the "'th is an honored day ia the -7Mls of Mexico ti. telephone Mtom is In be mtro- a-cJ in Mazatlan, Mexieo. jJks. Jrncs John IIatnes left Tor Cal- ift,ra:a a few evenings eiuce. t,..w tiot-ollice called Forest Dalo been opened in tho Big Buff Jis tr.it C A. Heatox has been appointed -al drnutv nherifT in and fur Pica i1 i.. ant?- Miss. E. Bestox I'Bbmont is now tc- at Suffers, Roekland count. Si w York V new jilnnk fence has hcon put .ai.d the reading room of the railroad tn iU'cf6. Theee are sixteen prisoners in the Y apai count? jail, seven of them are : , ,a f.r murder. V. H. AVebbeh will ju and nftor May lr, take a full hand in the management , f me Frescott Miner. sew safe for t-,o Caborca Mill and M a Company of Sonora, was loaded at the depot FridnymoriHij.- The Yavapai Supervisors would like . build a bridge over the Teinpe, but ..a gt ' n" 'ds on t ie da...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 7 May 1882

U'f 4 1! 4t ill I'; : :t t-r . : V V JijftiLL,! JLXIZEiS . fm d CobaM;iast (tyrosines! in that place as beinjr badly broken ap..on.iobcoo'ni 'bf the Judian scare. "For tho past spYerrJ" niiits tho iratcii or Bignal fire of tLcs IqJians on the odjaicnt hills could 1h tilainlr seen. The men from Clute's camp in the Chir- lMlinas to tlie pTrrnber of about thirty, with horses '4Vmd wagons, reached Dos Cabezas a few nights ajro. From general appearances it vnia thought that tho Indians meditated an attack upon the town anil provisions were mado against surprise by men mounting guard the night through. Mr. Jfesaenger relate the adventures of young Fife something as follows:lIc was at work in Fine canyon ana uid not Know tne Indians were in the neighborhood nordid tlwr appear to know f his whereabouts as they were within a few feet of each other before their presence became known. Fife snatched his gun and killed tho two In- dians nearest to him, one being so o.'oso that the muzzle of the ...

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. — 14 May 1882

cli ho ' EEKLY ARIZONA CITIZEN VOLUME XII. TUCSON. PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SUNDAY, MAY U 1882. NO. 17. Weekly Citizen OFFICE : & m onsres art 101 k lis aurt m. It ROWS A WIIIT.MORE, Pabksoersasd Propriety. TBS22S : ' .-rr p.T llonth. 71 Monlo . .V -Wire firm MfMlf-n... . w , ,!f HchnHMatnrBimterlMxi., . mi . 1 7S A r'-Tl.mi: rate mafekrfciwn m awittratien J'rofessumal Cards. IOYE "WICKS. rNCT-AT-LAW AND NftTtBr IVbIJO, TcOSOl:, ARIZONA 15UELL A- ANDERSON', ;r. Mqtn sUeeC Tucson. Xrixona. 0 r. BOt.KBOOf. I. J. C. DASPT. M. D. TlRS. IIAN'DY k HOLBROOK, Tbyiias st Scr.nrsxs. v yu T ON CONOItESSSJTi:HKr.TDCRO. nistr.. 'iK. L. DEXTER LYFORD. I'hywjsn ano Stmnwvc. Al ; k K Kl rOMIIIRSS STItFKT. OPPO. t .... ii... rrnw f T. C Daris Hsn, Tur- f T. r.-tnffiee Hot SH. HUGH T. FARLEY, TtXV and CVmsEi.um-T.l.w. (tl r COUNKK MKYFI! AND PENNING- 0 0 , .T-K. Tr-Mi. Ariaosa. BENJAMIN MORGAN, fmasrT s Oocsuhxhr-w-Lsw. u(Tn pknnivo rox strkkt. Skai: . vr. TlWML V": II. B LIOHTHIZER, m PBB...

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. — 14 May 1882

Hi WEEKLY CITIZEN. - TV. a. n n SUNDAY, - - MAY It 1SK! W. B. Stboko, .President or the A. T. S. F. railroad, is reported sick. The territory has no interesta which democratic ascendancy wonld foster. Wednesdat's tillins was most oppor¬ tune to strengthen the resolutions bull¬ dozed through the Tombstone indigna¬ tion meeting. Ir the Tombstone Epitaph keeps on pKtiw. , . shots, reraltim: in the killing. nnj; or caique, ... w.i ai.u waJ 8 ....j.,,,, of to believe me ue mtii. The respectable Democrats of Cochise county are very restive under the dom-1 ination ot the Epitaph and the clique of political adventurers who own it. The way the Democratic papers stand in with the cowboys indicates that they Oca neighbor of the Star keeps ring¬ ing the changes on the Earps, as if that justified the officers in Cochise county for their notorious neglect or duty. It is not necessary to speak of the Earp case for the information of the readers of the CrrizEH, but our morning contemporary evidentl...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 14 May 1882

AXEKLV CITIZEN. Hi" PAY. MAY U, 1SS2 j't m i, khan abundant l'rr-r tt Tants a branch road. ;.jtrgrKttr has a Cactus clnli. C: .tu- 0 ty i won to be surveyed. I , , u vnox PAT is a los.it holiday. ! MB- ;:rc pahl four dollar n dy. .-t.onjegi'anntetrecsaroalliu bloom. , Mositio is lo have water worts. X'rr-- ,rr ba imported two settoi Mr. s- lbjaBii is Mayor of Calico i , , i dttfi public school has sixty-five I'utii: pwehwwrs are said lo be . .n:e.-0. .:7TTJn' club is in ibe prospective , r Tucson. Prnsrnos of Olographic nccord- !, t.. Hojle. rjiKi.ET is worth SI 75 per cental in I iuge'e. Tin. Imperial mine w situated in li-!i'.- canyon. i ..r thirtieth of tlu: present month is J', -.'iition day. iui: Mining llxjiosition at Ponver . ,.'ns August' 1st i Kr hundred and two degrees in the si. i Je at Phoenix. 1 in: steamer for Camp Mojave leaves l..ra.i on the 154b. .. man cau speculate in mines with- , -it t.ikinc some risk. V II. Woli- is President of the Turn -L.n in Tombstone. i,, ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 14 May 1882

Weekly Citizen, nil X Hi UN Ef. Iff SUNDAY. - MAY 14. 1SS The Datcli have taken Holland. Ir you have a local ehin it out VuiaixiA Crrr Las e. mutton famine. Ssmxrox is fctill prevalent in El Paso. PBOsi'ECTlNa for Indians isslon- work. Yachtixo on the Santa Cruz is fashionable IxniAJt sipns hare been seen in Touto Basin. not tUe The census enumerator is abroad in Yavapai county. .Prescott has been visited "by a malr cioas wind-storm. F.e.T ScncLTz, formerly of Tucson, h now in Trescott. SraiWBEcniEs retail for three bits box in Virginia City. The Yavapai Grand joumed to May22L Jury havo ad. ToMiiSTOxn has a TevivaL will save the last one. Pinafore Theee are about 4000 troops in Ari cona and New Mexico. The Denver boom is reported as feel ing sick and on tbo wane. Fnonxix has just recovered fiom Scioptician entertainment. "Wvatt Eaep is reported to have been killed in Cochiscconnty. TnE Black Canyon stace robbers arc jtt enjoyinc their liberty. Tin- for roofs in Tncson are superced i...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 21 May 1882

WEEKLY CITIZEN. Xr VOLUME XII. TUCSOX, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SUXDAY, MAY 21 1882. WEEKLY CITIZEN. OFFICE : m 1 304 mots i8i 103 airck sti. r.s-iwx. 1. A. BROWX i WH1TJIORE PnbiiibMS ad rraprfetor. Akizosa should bo well represented at the Donvor exposition. Stisaiirr Beiiax liad b-tier devote a little attention to Hunt. SaxATOK Eimcxns will Imnll y recover. iuc baurraucweo Report calls him Yankee snob." ;.. Vr v jMn-JW. f- Vrmtti , i , -are tirat t.-. s :i3'e, each -M-ina ralar- iamrrioe.. knwaa m aneiteation I'rojcsswntU Cards. Klaixe will go to Europe for a couple Sou J or years ami leave Lie political fortunes I 7i I umj vi ukjo auu uuanaier. -- ... i-v- uu. Maw lUUUUIIVIt organ. It alludes to the pel Democratic war cry as "anti-monopoly rot," and hopes the iarty will skip it this yeai MOTE WICKS. When Pima county ucedn any assist¬ ance io arrest panics lor crimes com ,S:.T-ATau2"Pll,LW- TTOk!t- milled in this county, it will bo i.pt to I apply to officers who have some...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 21 May 1882

Weekly citizen. SUKDAY. MAY 21. I U S. I ii mm mm ' " i ll I rsT"r;-sf 3- 3 . w I 'fill I if II M S's , Trcsox should haTO redaction works tnd can secure them by making the proper effect The Lo Angeles papers allade to J. A. Beari ns the owner jf. Arizona. They might add "in his minJ." Otm morning cotemporary alludes to m as an aligator. It forgets that ire arc cot from the jungles of Loui iana. Tire necessary effort put forth by our -"dtiseni trould make Tucson o great -railroad center. Is it not worth the effort? Gro. Heabst is driving all tho small bir'l Democratic politicians iiff the track - for the gubernatorial nomination iu California. The effort to declare forfeited the ltndi cranted tho Northern Padific I-howerer. and the Atlantic Pacific roads is likely to prore a failure. The character of the dispatches rhich hare been rece-tly sent out by the asso¬ ciated press agent at Tombstono is sncji as to excite universal common" oud con¬ tempt. The position of a news gatherer Tor...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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