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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 21 May 1882

r Veeklv Citizen. MAY 21, 1S32 I'kcmx has a brass band. San Diego has an Indian 6chool. T'ue Fnller estate is being settled. rnMon is not included in the big T- u blankets are muoh used now :i ... -l.t-. t,;be niauufactiucd her first ico on , iota. jnE Gunsight Camp is reported to be r,.sjvnnp. T ere are more Chinamen than Irish e., u 'a California. Messrs. Dnupby & Carroll have dis- E !vtd partnership. Jlobc City and Mineral Parkaro three h.mdred miles apart. r,..i ,tto in Tncsou is said to be Jf.'ch aid-easing in value. p-ts?ott was risited by a heavy frost v- t!.' night of the fiftcoBth. TUi' demand for houses iu Tucson is v r.l to 1 very light at present. TSieGnusight camp i Myers district s r. jrtJ Vj be short of lumber. ilic white boy shot by tbo Xavajos in i'.ttman's valley is reported dead, Mohave county claims to have in the ; , 1) irado, the largest gold marts mine ,: tue lerntory. . -cording to population Arizona is a Ti-ater bullion producer than any other .UU. or te...

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. — 21 May 1882

J as: 1JV m 1 U! . i hi ' I' Mi Si 1 i A i i 1 I t i 1 '1 ::i If - ! . VI 1 , f t 1, I Weekly Citizen. SUNDAY, - MAY 21. 1S82 Arizona has ten counties. 1 Paso has an ice machine. Wj-ott Earp has been killed apiin. An unpatented mine cannot be taxed Develop a big bonanza and pet rich. The Cave creek mines sire showing up well. Tho unexpected in mines always hap¬ pens. Pinal county has trouble, with her roads. Arizona ranks third as a silver pro dncer. Ten good wood choppers are wanted at Prescott. The Point Lobos surveying party aro over the line. The creat register is fillinc up. Don'i forget to sign. Kew potatoes can bo had tor digging in our markets. There aro but sis soldiers stationed at Fort McDowell. Prescott offers ten dollars a head for teven lost mules. Cherries are in market at seventy-live cents per pound. Cattle men aro getting ready for tho spring roundup. A ten stamp mill is to be erected in the upper Tonto. San Diego has got it bad this time it is a Tichborne. Traffic...

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. — 28 May 1882

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZE VOLUME XII. TUCSOX, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SUNDAY, MAY 28 1882. XO. 19. Weekly Citizen. OFFICE : , 1 M &WSU iti 101 & 183 aircl S(S. 5,)-v. J. a. u arrxo ee. 1IKOWX .V. WIIITMORE. I'aNidtnvaad Pnaarias'or. tsbms : M..l,lh .. , ...n- rirst insertion.... '.a,v e.v-h &atTiel iasertion... . Sill 2 2S 1 23 : ratoa made knon m attilleation J'rucsstonal Cards. MOYE-WICKS. nri iT-LWAnNoTABTlUBiJC.Trcsox, Ahiiona. rr-B.T.LL. J. A. AXI1EBSON. RUELL & ANDERSON, ATTOaNRTK T LAW, -"i Me; ere street, Tucson. Arizona. - nriftOOK. M. II. J. O. HAVDT. M. X. TOW. HANDY .fc HOLBROOK, PmretNS anO Bnaarjos". i. i: os coxorbss stuhet. tucson. - . .na. 0 iR L. DEXTER LYFORD, I'l!TrlAX AND SrjBnEOX. I ; 2!I COMSKESS STItEET. OPPO- r-ideece of W. C Davis. 11. Tuc- lVf H'ce KOI sin. Em I'eekins isontdoue. Vide Star. "Let no guilty nun escarp" U a Re¬ publican motto. The Globe Chronicle take the sound view of the cowboy qnetion. hie Democratic press appear as tho...

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. — 28 May 1882

MM mi; r itr- is raw IP J' -A f J. r t Weekly citizen. SUKDAY. - MAY 2S. 1882 The Tombstone water works are not quito ready. now that it had Tombstone wishes been an adobe town. Judge roKTF.it is well circumstanced financially and drums tocnro nothing - abont retaining tho jndceship. The Democratic ress ot Southern Arizona still continues to defend lawless¬ ness and murder, and to land and matr nify tho perpetrators of such acts. The average annual profits of the At antio copper mines; Michigan, hTe been SM.7S9.33 from 1875 to 1831, incltt- WTe, or S425.525.CC in the aifureffate. Cuabi.es Faucets Adams, tho friend ot the astute Samuel J. Tilden, is now Injuring in the Boston courts as a plain¬ tiff in the case against the bnnko stecrer who latelv took him in on the lottery came. The Missouri Supreme Court has de¬ clared constitutional the law making gambling a felony and iesued a peremp¬ tory writ of mandamus compelling tho Crimiral Court to try the gamblers in¬ dicted by the Grand ...

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. — 28 May 1882

Weekly Citizen. MAY 23, 18S2 String beans are in market. Vest Tue'day will be Decoration Day, It. F- riJey, of Total Wreck, is in The timbers for the Total Wreok mill srcbeiui: framed at 1'nntano. The Reavis claim covers four million es "f tlie best land in Arizona. Professor John A. Church of Tomb- f nc, is -epistered at tho Porter. ir v C. Brooks has been commis- s JT;ej as postmaster of Tombstone. ixty-fou'rrcst80 fartbis month and aether Sunday yet to be heard from. Ileaw beer glasses for use in political - .1 tings, are now being offered for sale. A brother of Mr. Samuel Hushes ac- manied him to this place from tho Last. Tl ere arc said to be six candidates in ti,3 field for the Shrievalty of Pima cnnty. A petition is in circulation for private (UKvriptionB to purchase a fire engine r r fit; use. A one-twelfth interest in the Qnartz jue, il the Papago district has been E.,:a 'r one dollar. new rrfHtoflice has been established it S.ient in lnma oounty, with Fan tUb-ek as Postmas...

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. — 28 May 1882

W RRKX.Y flTTTZTCN. . Vnn?.G.erman. by nameof Von RoJ - -1 iieflKT.anii ma ncht hnn.i f r-u(uu uuui miiosiiuil on the railroad prade near Calabasas 0 SUKDAY, - 11 Kill ' 3. "SS lira ; . I J. if ICS fit;.!' Mm rat n J, r.-a. .. rare s IK.?; i. '2i li Stage travel is reported quite brisk. Mr. D. W. Field is summering in Cal- fornia. Marshall Bnttner has been in the Ter¬ ritory seventeen yonrs. A. large number of cowboys aro re ported rendezvousing m Tucson. Trout fishing in tho Santa Cruz is re' ported as being prttty dry sport. Lookout for the comet, it is reported to be visible to those that can see it The Ada mine in the Old Hat district it to be honored with a five stamp mill. Geo. "W. Atkins of Calabasas is about to open a second-hand store in that place. There is a general begira of tho ladies from Tucson to climes lens favored by the sun. Mr. Edwin Fields, of Gilded Age fame,, is reported as lying dangerously ill in Xew York City. . From eighteen to twenty carloads of grain pas...

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. — 4 June 1882

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZE VOLUME XII. WEEKLY CITIZEN. ITC'SOX, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SUNDAY, JUX 1 1 IS8' NO. 9. OFFICE : 3 1 i m emit ik 101 i 103 tiuti sis. It II OWN A l-ublisbsr- J. . VHITSIHtE. WIUT3IORK. lad Fntfwiesers. Tiexis : For jjH '- fr- M .nlti-. i ; sri fir iBPeetstsa.... ......... - v :i , (Mrh ni omisnt raeertKsH.. 5(l . X III 1J ret, made knovn on aoil tea tion ; 'rot V gsional Cards. MOVE -KICKS. , n.iI.IlWJlSBNIABTlDBIJa.TCOtOX, A HI SOM A. ,ntn3.U J.A.ASDSXSOS. BUELL .t AXDERSOX, AmUUiETS AT LAW. : ss Meyers ttiwt, Tnoon, Arizona. .. . q.ll JKKH, 51. 11. J. C U XHT. K. C. UK. HANDY HOLBROOK, I'lmUCIAXS AMD SOBarjONS. r ON ceiXGIlKSS STIIRET. TUCSON. ) K. L. DEXTER LYFOKD, I'uvsicux asp Snwims. . rt CO.MirtKSS STltEET. OPTO- . rwtno of W. C Davis, Esq. Tne- , : r.e4o6ce Box as. HUGH F. FARLEY, HSU ISO CoCJ.SIXLOMsTj,Ar- I : . OKNKK MEYRK AND" 1'ENK I.Nt3- punsTONE's mines reranin. We can look for a mining rt-vhnl this . 5rrBLU"AN" Ticlol-v this fall will gi...

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. — 4 June 1882

if ill Si "HJ Mi lf.1 mm mm Jl. 1 V. IS m: j ! 3ft mi 1 1 1 4 -I, 41- S t c fe. 4 sr. 5 la. i i M 1 14 ill a. f ft i; Weekly Citizen. sctnday. jtjxe 4. issa Pretasx for the Denver Exposition. "So-w itis Acting Governor Van Arman. The Democratic press is still (Earn¬ ing. Tucson tnent real estate is a safe, invest- THAT REQUISITION". ' -Onrmornini; coteraporary lias's crcat many flings and innendoes to cast at Governor Tritle anil Sheriff Paul on nc- count of the refusal of tho Governor of Colorado to surrender Doc Holladay. It Frcrns to ns that this isyieldinf; more than a legitimate journal thould to party expediency. It would at least be in cood taste to wait until Sheriff Paul returns and ascertain, if possihle, wherein the papers were defective. There is nothing that compels tho Governor of Colorado to surrender ;i Tux tiro fn&itivo Earps aro outspoken Democrats. prisoner upon a requisition unless he desires to do so. 1h- Denver papers quote Governor Pitkin cs sayitig that 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. — 4 June 1882

AVEEKLf CITIZEN JUKE 4, 1SS2 jl,e urn organ for the Catholic church rtradic; will shortly commence on the Silver Ci y and Kerning railroad. Capt Jenke still rests in peace in tin . - r AT- T T C- I.t. undcrtak Jig OUice ui -m. ciuuo. rmlert-iker Smith basreceived twenty -.int caskets. Who want to occupy one Mr. If1 "f0 Bonillas has returned to jnreoii alter an absence of two yonrs m Bo-toii. Orders lave been givon for the put ...... ..four hundred gas sets in the Pal a - hotel. T L. Stiles Esq., has ueon appointcO .ttorney for the Dragoon and Itex Gold and Silver Mining Companies. Tl c eDirfjeers are busy at worksnr- veving t'ic promised railroad line be¬ tween San Diego and Calabasas. Iiisbop Head has purchased the resi .Unce of Iter. J. Merrill at El Paso, nnd mil permanently locate in that city, Vndres Ballistroi and Francisca Tjo- pes were married, in Fhenix, Monday cTening, Justice mcuarus omciaiing. The Methodist sundny school at this ,Jar is to receive a donation of one !,ins...

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. — 4 June 1882

Weekly citizen. ml l . 1 w a Silt . VW-i .51 1. IC.'. fill WI? .drrs ft km ill Hf!S ( 1 9 ia M - I! 4 .(i m mi. I t TO-! Irs SOXDAY, JUXE 4. 1S82 Virgil Earp la a native of Kentncfcjr. Mr. B. L. Vylc it now in Denrer, Colorado. A station has been established on the line of railroad seven miles from Camp Hnachnea. One ol the finest works of art pub- Iisheil durinff the pre.ent year has been issued by the manners of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad, under the tittle of 'Picturesque B. and O." The romantic scenery along the lino of this railroad is not equaled anywhero in the United States, and the artists have faithfully delineated its beauties. The Baltimore and Ohio is one of the standard routes to the east and is a general favorite with travelers. FK0J1 TUCSON TO TORT LOBOS. Tae Elch Mining Country Aboat Ploas FertUe ViUeyinacnIUTated-SUllonNo. ll-AFrteht- ened VUlaja Wnt oi Mall F&cUltlri. I'roui uar correspondent in I be field. Plomo, Mexico, May 22J 18S2. This is the first 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. — 11 June 1882

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOLUME XII. TUCSOX, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SUNDAY, JUXE 1 1 ISBri. XO. 21. Weekly Citizen. OFFICE : , 0:2 Sc 30 Uurtst iti 111 & 163 ftwrt sts. im. -..v. wmtMotE. iikown .v wiiitmoim:. Publisher sad PnioliHofs. ,r- .1. .!.!!.-. . -i ir-' tin v t. .'I.: rat JUI . a 11 . 17 .. IS knuun ue anuHcaiion I'ri'fenKiotmJ Cards. MOVE WICKS, i.T.-.--M-l-W ANVXoTABT l'tJBUC. Tr0 .uw. - F.rKLU. i. 1. ASDEBSOX. BCELL AXDERSOX, Attubnws at law, i ! M.-rem street, Tbcsob. Vrizeaa. .) 0 . i. BBOOK. . B. J. C BAN'DT. K. I). nAXDY .t HOLBROOK, Pkvmoiax4 1.111 Siraosojrs. r !I K OX OOXGHKSS STRHET. TDCSON 1: X).MIRR86 STttEE". OPPO- tn" ridaeof W. C Darin, Eea. Tuc . o ,o Iiron F. FARLEY, . Ill) WP rC"lKIXHUT-UW. ! . . OKN'KK HKYKIt AND PEXXIXG- .'ppefe. TlKWIO. AriBfNM. V.F.'.TAMIX MOROAX, :.. i:FT vsd Coc.vstXLOS-AT-Lvw. I (1 PF.XNIXOrOX STREET. SEAlt -.i.--. lucon. Anaoaa. il. 15. L1GHTHIZER, r- itstrt vND Cocsseuob-at-Lvw. v:t PCIU.ir. OFFICE. MKYElt noth of Mai...

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. — 11 June 1882

Weekly Citizen. -1 mm Ham FBI i nil .Sir rttfe4l3 .-.ill'' Ml ft 1 Ml 1 I II' 1 ai-vii- SUKDAY, .TUNE 11. 1SS2 Northern Wisconsin is snfferins from forest fires. The Territory of Alaska has been de- nied representation in Ooncress. Tnr disrupted Republican party made n livclv kick in the vrebfoot State. The morning apologist had nothing to say about "tUnt requisition" this morn' inp. The necessity for an adequate water supply in Tncson is daily becoming mure apparent. The Republican triumph in Oregon seems a thorn in tho side of the "straight 'whiskey" politicians. Tar Star is anxious that the Kepubli can party be put on ice. It is getting just h little to hot for the Democrats. Phesidest Arrnturt's actions on the Chinese bill is playing the very deuce xrith tho Bepublican party on the Pacific CV.ast. The should for the law-abiding citizens of Tucson organize a vigilance committee proper protection to life and property. Trie present season has been remark uble for the great number o...

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. — 11 June 1882

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SUNDAY. JUKE 11, 1862 Supervisor Mike Fagan is again in tnWD. Tne pnstoffice in Gjdeyville lms'been discontinued. Tbe public school will close for the jammer next week. Mr M. G. Campbell returned to tbe Myers district last evening. The workmen are turning out a largo aai.iunt of water pipe daily. The assessment roll of Ynma county foots np to more than $SOO,000 this ytar. One year ago Friday morning the office f,t ilie PuizB was a smoking mass of rams. Fire carloads of fat Texas beeves pas kfJ Tucson Wednesday en route for Cal- if, .rnia. It is stated that Governor Tritle has rented Wm. M. Buffum's residence Prescott JuJre Harshaw and wife from David- on Springy in the Santa Bitas, are visit mg Tucson. Mr. E. O. Shaw is favorably spoken of as a candidate for Sheriff on the Demo¬ cratic ticket A plaster warranted to stick is being pnt on the front of the drugstore of Mr. Fred Fleishman. Mr. Frank Carpenter of Redington, in the San Pedro, in looking for strayed stock i...

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. — 11 June 1882

Weekly citizen. vt, wnn mh '41 mm 4 MM MO. pljpL r i. ? irrriii SUNDAY, .TUNE 11. 18S2 Itntnored Iteport if Indian. Information reached Mr. M. G . Saman- jcro Tnesday morning from the Canyon del Oro, to tbe effect that the Apaches bad stolen two mules, two horses and two mares with colts belonging to him that were pasturing at a ranch in that section. Later on, several vaqueras at work for Placedo Ituelas, on his ranch .Mr. D. B. Robinson, general manager of the Sonora Railroad, returned to Tuc¬ son from Las Vegas, .Monday evening. 3Ir. W. S. Frit:, who has charge of the iliamoml drill at ihe San Xavier mines, is vifrttinir m Tncson. o- I and reported tliat tbe Indians had driven The expenses of tbe funeral of thelate off between thirty-five and forty head of .Tames Ievy were borne by Messrs. Doc. stock from the ranch named, and that Glascott, Jas. Oorroll and JohnT. Brick- they, the raqneros, had followed the trail wood. I almost to the sumnit of the mountains lint 1 mi n rr i rm i...

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. — 18 June 1882

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOLUME XII. Yeekly Citizen. OFFICE : l iCi conns uf 101 1 us and its. .iruwn & ffll ITMOltE, 1'uilulnai M f, M.nli- , N.jmn-. t rat inserUuo. ... sro ... 175 ... s ... i x - rst nude Somkid m &wi Kmtim SOKORA ENTERPRISE. -ra, as a mineral jiroducer, prom- '.t.T, with corresponding develop- ,. t.. be the eer of any State in the ,r. For the past year it has en- , i the attention of mining capital to iv.Jerable extent, and the invest- .Is v-here nude and properly kau- i. !. i- never failed to be remutiera- .Vmongthelatest ventares inthat , t' -n if that of the San Juan tie . (ViatKiny, wno nave parebased f the finest ranches in the State, i iV n t only on account of its Una ; u :.nl agricultural lands, but be- .f (be immense mineral belt npon .: ::,ri- of the foremost mines in the c l.jcat.'d. The ranch embraces i ..'--to and i moat advantageously !. Ixiug but twenty-three mile .. llermosillo and about the sanw '. - ti. the Sjuora railroad, with , . ; . ...

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. — 18 June 1882

Weekly citizen. Mi! 5U L 3f tit Ir-Vf'sH 111 Hi N '4 BTX mi mm ifi L ;1' 11. trf i i .'! 1 PSf .-Si. SUNDAY, JUNE 18. 1882 SECEETAET TELIXB. The appointment of Senator IL Jtf. Teller, ol Colorado, as Secretary of the Interior, was sharply criticised in some quarters. He was accused of being so complicated with certain railroads that his acceptance of the position was indel¬ icate, etc. His administration so far Ua3 certainly had a tendency to disarm criticism tnd rivo Ecneral satisfaction at least in that section of the country most inti mately affected by the department over -which he presides. He has shown more practical capacity for the position than any of his predecessors; and neeeeeanly so, because he is acquainted with the subjects under his control. He is6how ing a sublime contempt for the red tape and forced construction which has here¬ tofore been placed upou many of the laws administered through his depart ment by thick-headed clerks in such a manner as to -work great inj...

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. — 18 June 1882

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SLNDAY. I TAIUJ: OF HISTANCBS. ro tccsos M bailboap. WBlUlVtBa JIleaMNi WBWillcoi ..lSiSaa hiww .. ..HI IriWarK- ..tOWDomtac . .J5 Kmww Oit r. . . Milw. .... Z3 .... u .... 6 .... w .... i .... 3K . ...IBS .! t Florence. S mtt Silter Kibe, M f ri.cmx- mit; Vulture, SO miles: " 1...-.- uihiIm: Pmvttt. 152 mike. ' ;..r iniir, 14 milw: ,1 Unrtfcw, SO nilm. f or 1 .mllWMO". r..i-nHi;iwiLl1aiM(i:(nnlMM ' i ; 1SJ miV-; Sn Carlo, siilw. trliiwm. Twwka A SaU IV awl r:i' tcosok ar wim. - Hs..Mn,Uy.d FnA, ..... I ,.nU sn.l J "l," ruttiunnaS-tllrdnr.... ... II .... 4 .... .. o. D.nr.rt .,,111! twCTASCSfc r01C TDCMM, MU. Mil. 1W, i TjAIUr. SuBon IS1 ''inwr IMliiw SlMiicAJaa ..1M '. JO.r.ojirmia MJ ...HO'lmmlwibpnoR'.... Is . . Knptrp lUuob ..41 .. MIHiifibt Uaatb . 7Sl!Inw SKatPH lUscIt j ... .II1M.BI . . . .. "" 70 - KOI TOCO TO MSttHWT. , ,f -itm ln apniur 1E-1I. .. 1 . Hue.. . ir--- - : tW n .' 'I . vim. . i&nfo Well. rilAnro .naui'tj - - tuteiirM Vi FATHER OBSERVATIONS. ...

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. — 18 June 1882

it 14 M si 5f J V i i i. Weekly citizen JUNE 1S2 al Intelligence. The a P. R. R, it ii rporteilill oon mas a new time tab!. Rjland'i circtii performed two n-ht in Yomm lut wcei. The Casa Grande homicide has been declared justifiable. Don J etna Balleiteros has returned from Tama in very poor haalth. There ii a steam force pnmp nt the depot for the S. A- M. Company. The tail of the comet is half a million milei lone n this world and Kill lie con tinued in the next. The order ot United Workmen will tire a ball at the Park partition on the evening of the 23d instant. There are about eighteen thousand asinine locations on record in the re¬ corder's office ot Pima county. Born, in San Francisco, Jane 10th, to the wife of A. W. Pattiam, a daughter. Mother and child are doing well. The gas company have a large force f men at work extending their pipe connsctioDi np Congress street. CoL Haakins returned from California to which place he had accompanied his family, yesterday and is now in 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. — 25 June 1882

I i f l YOLOE XII. TUCSOX, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SUNDAY', JUXE 25 18S2. Vkekly Citizen. OFFICE : i ;oi aicres u loi t wj aim so. , raovrx. BSOffS A- PuMialim J. a. miaimumr, wiimioKi;. sno . ton . ITS PBxnKamARY mama. thr row sate. The Quarterly Report of the Superiu-1 Judge Hie, of Ventura, Cirirornia, UjihW o the Territorial Prison, at To- j appear to think that the aunt ry is ma, ending June 30th,sbos 00 pria- j safe for the present. At least itappears "I,cr at U prison, from tbe following an frm tbe manner in whici h ad- ooonties: Pim, 21; Yavapai. 17; Marico-1 dressed Mr. J. Marion Brook, the Dm- fhox rnwox to pout mhios. 131 fi-a uMrttma. earh i r ita made known on auwiieatm : un: t. A POTSKT SEFWJT. ft l- noticed with faithful regularity, .. ,t scarcely a ly Pimoc but the tele- - ,t, i bring 'he new t murderers and ,ti,er iiersons charged with grave o(- , -.scs, being forcibly taken from the cut, - ..f the officers of the law and hanged ui l. It is not always the cn...

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. — 25 June 1882

( mm ' 3 3HB '."'51 S.J hi 9, mi r1 n mim J. i 10 "8 Weekly Citizen. SUNDAY. JUKE 25, 1S62 Republican County Commlttoc. W. a DAVIS, Chairman... Tuceon W.J. OSRORN .Wr.trr ToCTOn CHARLFS HUDSON. Treamrer. F. M. BillTH II. BDEIIMAK J.C.HAXDT JOS. BAY EH SAM DEL HUOUEd J. Mo C. ELLIOTT K.C.8R0WX I'EDRO AdCIKRE 3L 3. SNYDER Yf. 8. EDWARDS TnOMAS HUGHES A. CA LOWELL JOHXYOUXO S.SSTDER J.JLKIRKPATR1CK. JOHN" O'DOUOHERTY J.1LTTLEK E.O.STRATTOX W. U V.UL T.ULLIE MERCER A- McCANN PLACEDO RCELAK .Tuceos .Tarson Tnc-ten .. Toooh . .Tecum Tucmib . . ..Tarawa Vrirnea Cababi Calabasas . CMi IHukm .(loMilrftt GreaterTille ...... lUrt.lM.W .....OruWaaoo Pantaao .Mlon Santa CataKfM Total Wreck Tulioe .WaohiBRtun Casap Lower San Pedro Circumstances like the following, from iho 'ew York Tribune otJnne 10th, are far more injurious to the yroHperity ot Arizona than nil the In¬ dian outbreaks. Considering tbo pro- ruises as correct, the )Orpetrators of such a suicidal outrapeshonld ostracized brail good ...

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