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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 25 June 1882

ma WEEKLY CITIZEN. mSPAY. TABLE OF Son ura Mall-. 1 By agreement made bat a year ago between the Ih-nublics trf Mexico ami . JUNE 25. 1SS2 the United Stater, the mails passing fc 7, i " 'rom each country, were to be put . ii-j iinwiivaminuiiju;! LO lllC inspection of do om between the two 1 HS ;; ;b- - 11- ; ''. I rum o .... tapjtam .. IIHwHi .. MkWitteux ..ltSieSas Shwon ..SM'lnlbrc- ..fat 711 aaa tag ..rSKMMWM Oil Ul. ! designated cities of Magdalena on tbf I" i one side ami Tuesou ou the other, a ws stnteil in tbe Citizbx of Tuesday '.' no , last That the terms of tho ... i ...in t . limmim S aulas. ' nrwK. njila;9itrrKiE.S7 . 'f.vrhix.'rr: YsHare.W irikw: . , f..r Fwptw. 11 "U; iiaresaw.auniOM. S- (r IraBbstHB. "USS. , '"usl OW"- !: Sa Cto. auk. ...-.on of Atiwu Torek A baata Pe and FBOX TUCWOK BT BTAS. A-; r1 l. Tw ! Saturday... Mile.. ... 11 .... tt- .... S .. ar ttL WJTA-SCES TOOK TUOSO. ;,lrerRsll Mile.! : tt Mi'lt I? Ma ttar. Homw.. MmMmm " "" SnCamn CrrtKHBlm. TVne ". WHns...

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. — 25 June 1882

1 V it i Weekly Citizen. SUNDAY, JUNE 25, 1SS2 Local Intelligence. Mr. Frank Shields, ol Mesaville, one of the prosperous stock-raisers of tho San Pedro, is in the city Tho addition to the warehouse otWru. B. Hooper & Co., near the railroad, is almost completed. Sheriff Lowther ot Gila connty bond cd the San Domingo mine to II. L. Smith, ot Florence, for 7,000, the bond to run ninety days. The nearest estimate that can be made on the census now being taken, -will give Tucson a resident population of about nine thousand. The thermometcrgot op at six o'clock and made its mark at seventy-four awl an hour later looked over the hill at ninety-two. Teams coming in from the Santa Cata- lina Mountans are bringing in somo fine innt,n. t;Hr fmm the sawmill of the Santa Catalina Copper Company. The following bullion was shipped from Contention during the week end- Tr.no 17? Grand Central Milk 11 bars; Boston Mill, C bars; Contention Mill, 11 bare. The census takers are busy at work, doing ...

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 July 1882

ARIZONA WEEK VOLUME XII. TrcSOX, PIMA COUXTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SUNDAY, JULY 2. 1882. XO. 24. y pEKLY CITIZEN. OFFICE : 2i m cmiwMiiBiiisiQiifisi. unowx & Publuban t. A. WIUT.MORE, miVi 9 M.iTlTh. p Month -.- ,h..vnwrt Ur uwfU. ......... .. .... 100 0U .... 176 .... JS .... 1 I .rc-ntuac rat maie kaown on aoeJteatiae 1 he new comet that was bitted to os- .!i.t niihtly withJMica wonuermi om- ir, v. is a dead failure atxl a palpablo fr ,ni. It is insignificant as a Dsmo- ' - ;:c candidate after election. i fi:e is.;o:ng he,says Wm! Courier. 8 fiL-'ut by the heirs of tbe late T. J. r.ilwell for one-half of the property -.aimed bv Dick Gird. Transcripts ot . - rd are being made bet, (Freseott). The t..x list, of Yavapai, for the car- rt..,t v. ar, will, when toted np, range le- two and th'ee million. The ii.ihon.ao far m listed for said eoun- t ... :i kttle over one thousand twohun- A. H. Elliott, of Caea Grande, leu sel cted to represent toe ex- ; 'r.m the Silver King and other in...

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 July 1882

TV sir ii ! 1 m IS I1' il 1,1; 3r3l 2 9 its ,fa i m Weekty Citizen. SUNDAY. - JULY 2. 1S82 Republican Conntjr Conimlltf. ..Tucson , .Tucson .Tucson ..Tncson W. C. DAVIS, ("bairn. an W.J.OSnOKN.i-cirT CllKBLIS HOl.WN Treasurer. F.M.S151TH ILBCEHS1AN J.f II.NDY JOS.BAYH SAMUEL. HUGHiy J. MoC.FM.10TT R. a BROWN PEDRO Ai.OIRKE M.8.SSYHEB Y. 8. EDWABD3 thomab nnunES A.CVLDWEL.L. JOHN' YOONO D. SNYDER J.M.KIRKPATRICK JOHN O'DOUGHERTY... J. R. TYLER E. O.STRVTTON - w.uv X ULL1E MERCER .Tucson ...Tucson Town ...Tucson Tucson ..Tucson AriTc .Ctbabi CaUltass Claa B!an- .Gansutht Grwtrnill lUrshsw ,.. OroBLinco Pantano Pelton ..Sautt Catslina .Total Wreck .Tubac A. McCANV Washim-too I Amp PLACEDO BTJELAr1.. Lower San Tedro THE LAW VINDICATED. At times we have tbonjrht tliat ven¬ geance for the terrible crime of the sb- sasain Gniteau slioulil bave followed ..liarnlr nnon the heels of bis murderous deed. In cold blood lie had shot down the President of the United btatt, a man most beloved by th...

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 July 1882

Weekly Citizen. M'AT. JULY 2, 1S82 Local TntcTIiyencc. l,it. O. C. Smith has been ordered to i ,rj " uma. r t.d rainfall in Tucson for June v- :;,n-twohumlredib of an inch. , .ia Evan of the Twelfth In- . . n stationed at Lowell (we .., ..nlered to Gamp Apaehe, t ,1 I). T. Harebaw and info, of ., ! ,n Springe, in tb Santa Bitaa, , .-icti red at the llnm. V, B. 1'itrrara, one of the beet known -, :ucu in the west, and proprietor of , .,!- line between Harehaw and , win town. , ' Mr. James will leave for i M na to-morrow evening and j..t probably remain there during ;, :!rr.er months in the hopes of taj. , .. the Colonel's health. .; , : 3. White and Mtes lioyee, : ci- in the public school, expect . .r for California on Snndav i . m' next with the intention of pew ;': summer vaestiou in that city. Toppy Johnaoo and Brown : .: t,i the Hi nc on mountains laat i -iU, prrMpeeting. They found what i , K.t In-u cot in Sonora, and brought v, jc'.:i of it . .ihftttfement roll of l'benix has 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. — 2 July 1882

.5 y4 , rim ii'tV t. til -fl.l." FA'S w i I., r .rf- rT 1 ? 1 Weekly Citizen. SCJfDAY. JTJLT 2, 1682 Local Intelligence. The assessor's b-wks are reported to ihow over two million dollars worth ot assessable property in Tucson. St John's day passed off xeTy lotly eonsiderintr the manner in which the day has been generally observed in Tucson. The Vekol mine in the Casa Grande district, i by ita regular shipment of ore, maxim: as much money as nny mino m the territory. The thermometer registered one hun¬ dred and eleven in the shado on Satur¬ day and was nearly up to the same figure yesterday. Bichard R. Pearson, an old pioneer of Salt River Talley, a carpenter by trade, died suddenly in Phenix, Monday morn- ins. . Mexican merchants are reported to have invested over fourteen thousand . dollars in merchandise in Tucson with¬ in the last six days. Two cast iron stew kettles weighing each two thousand five hundred pounds, for use by the Plomoso Mining Com¬ pany, were unloaded at tho dep...

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 July 1882

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOLUME X1L TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SUNDAY, JULY 9, lSS'J NO. 25. Weekly Citizen. No. OFFICE : 314 Congress Street. . tliWX. J. A. WHmuaE. It It OWN A 1VH1TMOKE. Pahli ' mad Prtiportw. f,,V-" s.iM..il. J Ti ! M mth n5 I i. . vpiAr-', firt uwftwa S I I .Sruaiv. wrli obi"mH iartM 1 a i it- n. ra: made kam m application What a rnn Stonoman would make in j representation in repokjcax tsbri- Arizotm! TOEIAL CONVENTION. lhe apportionment of representative Tucson must cnthupo n little more over the Denver Exposition. I'rofesnonal Cards. MOYEvYcKS, AaianNa. i .V 'HCU.L. . A. AXDEBROX. BrELIi ANDERSON, ArnWNnrti T law. 2 2: Meym Km, Taeeoc. Arixo&a. .A-.. E. l.lUXHt. X. I. l.U V.NDT. M. . I:s. HANDY HOLBROOK, Phtkicun xd SoBstexB. ir!"i'' N f-OJM!Hlt8TMHKr.T0CS.N, :.. L. DEXTER LYFORD, Phtsjcms kid Scassox. , ,i kT i: .11 OONUKES8 STItEET. OtTO- (, iv iMdmccnf W. C. Dari. Ewj. Tue- , .... K. T. IMiKm Box 319. ; HUGH F. FARLEY, i'irj VXD CoONiaXOB-lT...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 9 July 1882

IK t . i'fdVw 8 Weekly citizen. SUNDAY. JULY !. 1SS2 JJcpiiljlIcaii Comity Committee. V C DAVIS. Chairman .Tucsoa VT. J. OSBOllN. Stntn Taceen r-Hiii.FS lrriDSOX.Tiwiwrar .Tacton F.M. SMITH JJ. B0EIIS1AN J. C HANDY JOS. BAYKB SAM CEI HUGHES j. MeaEU.icrrr it. C. BROWS PKDBO AGUIllItE M.S.BSYDEII W.&EDVUr.DS THOMAS HUGHES A.CAL.DYVEM. JOHK YODNO . SNYDER J. JL lanKPATUICK.... JOHN O'DOUGHUKTY. J.H.TYLKK E. O. STUATTON W. L. TAIL f LILLIE ME1! KB A. McCASS PUACEDO KDLA .Tucson .Twh.h Tbomto .Tenm .. .Twwra Tbwub .TiMxm AriTtea .. ...."alu Cabibasas ....Cbm Ifiuna .OtlBHWht (IreatcrTiUe Hwtkl Ore ISaneo I'aattno lVitOH SaBta Catshsa .Total Wreck Tubae .Vfashhyrtuo Carap l,ower San I'Mro GOVEBKOE TRJTLE'SWOnZIK WASHIKQTOS. It has been found impossible) to ob¬ tain an appropriation for this Territory to be used by any officer other tbau the C S. Marshal. The Secretary of War, however, has as.ured Got. Tritle that a large force will be kept in tbo Territory, and sayg that he will see ...

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 July 1882

Weekly Citizen. m I i JULY 9, 1SS2 Local Intelligence. Col. Zabrlstle-'s Oration Tho eight miuutcspeech made by Col. zSnbriBkiecra the Fourth is conndcrwi1 by many to be one of tho finest speei- mena of Fourth of July oratory extant. lleorw of Sftrvur.. Wtoxbsdav. July ot h. The resignation of E. W. Kialoy as clerk of the Board was received and ne-' cepted. W. ,f. Oabora was nominated BLOODY IT.Ul. Mow .hi. Register or veto not. V. S. Edwards has coueto Calabasns. t Mormon 5ow1mj are reported on tlie rani pace. It ought to rain according to the sea son. lut t don't. A sixteen mule toom pulled out for the Old Hat district yesterday. Dr. V. C Xewman, of Muucie, Indi ana, is witins in Tucson. Mr. Y. E. Stevens is enifenuK from jn attack of malarial fever. The rainy Mason as now enjoyed uot remarkable for its wetness. A ytw post oflice has been established at Fiuiieer Camp, in Gila county. Cherries are high priced, scarce in ihe market and poinj: out of season. Mr. It C Brown writes fro...

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 July 1882

m '4 tleUffH I sr. 7 IIXI T ! f S ? if V is. mrrW his crutches nnd although a littl lame gets along voir well without them. The fast mails soon to bo put on be¬ tween the .East and the West Trill reach T,n Anceles six days out from New York. On Monday last Mr. Leo. Goldichmidt had some ten or a dozen men employed unloading furniture at the depot nearly the whole day. Colonel Koswoll (r. Whcoler. of the Pima Indian agency reports everything juiet and prosperous on the Gilo. Mr. Wheeler is registered at the Ru&s. The families of Messrs. 15. Jacolw and Marcus Katz left last Saturday evenintr for Santa Moniee, California, where they propose to pass the Summer. The Altar htaqe oflice has been changed from the Church Plaza to the office of Mr. ToplifTsd joining the office of Wells, Fargo & Co., on Congress street. It is reported that a number of rob- berries have of late been oommitted in the neighborhood of CalBbasas, and no evil has come to the wrong-doers for want of a better e...

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 July 1882

5 ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOLUME XII. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY", ARIZONA TERRITORY, SUNDAY", JULY ID, 183' 54 NO. 2G. weekly Citizen. i No. OFFICE : 314 Congress Street. BSOX. J- A. WH1TSOBK. unowx A WHITMOltT, PabtuJiMT and Proprietor. j.rtlr SCO f1jeMoa'..-- -. lt Maur, tirt lvrt . a 25 ,, .S-jav, f wb-eqnent uerlion 1 25 tiiTtiiB rw maJe known on application B. S. DMTEICTO.TTORNET. At the soliiitation of Governor Tritle t:.e appointment of D. S. District Attor- nev has leen given to CoL, J. A. Zabris- sie, of this city. The Colonel has for -im months past, us special attorney (or tl.e got eminent, been performing the more important duties of this office and so successfully hh to leave no doubt but what he will fill the office efficiently and with credit to himself. The new appointee has had a somewhat checkered i-areer. He is a nativo of New Jersey tnJ is now forty years of ape. He re¬ ceived a collegiate education in the State ..f Vw York where he spent his youth. He was appointed to...

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 July 1882

WW Wm MM i 4 1 "I mi nil it II r! .,4-lfnl MI Weekly Citizen. SUMAY. JCLT 16, 1882 VTO&X OF THE DIK0CJU.T10 OOKVEXTIOX. The nominations made by the Fhemx Convention were as good as they could have made out of the timber they had. Hon. Granville H. Oary is a very worthy gentleman, but him accomplished noth¬ ing that entitle him to a re-elec¬ tion; and we suppose the principle upon which Mr. Horton wbs nominated for School Superintendent was because he wai no school teacher and never bad been one. But it ii in the mass of bal derdasb palmed off on the public as a platform that the convention outdid it elf. It ii an emasculated effort and hows the usual want of confidence in the intelligence of the reading public. The platform deals in glittering gen erxlities. It is unwise for a Democratic Convention to be ipecific It has been on all aides of every subject until it now affirms nothing except in general terma. After hitching the Arizona Democracy on to the national organization 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. — 16 July 1882

weekly Citizen. U'.YY. - JULY 1G. 1SS2 Loral lu.cllis.eiiee. M. Williu ft000 to I'rescott. p. .ii Saufonl win town from the , Xi .-(.ontr taken the c, in fact, ,,,'.. jl y .1. S. ! ad family left ftr t ,,..-'.,. on the MHU .nut a-e played 'ur. It looked liko ij.r.Jrtit it rained not. . tlw tbiriMtith instant, to iv,r, of 1 Martiuia daubteri. .i f..-, in- ettOHCb water melons in i , t.' IcnWe uji Hie rhtil- city. ; i.rj.v araxbont is report! on tlie .,i a rfirt dtstaaoo from Tuinb- -t rf. 1 re ami i ton" ziictz tonetl and wtiif .tuWiKi heloir a hundred now- ; u. etit.re for the oadotsliip at West . -.t uapt be reatly for oxnminBti.in by I ;v Jlctinly, tbe murderer of Ch.is. ,;1,(':.ear Summit Station, ban not yet ..: ..fiirelienaVd. . o iv i'i the Tonchnnt minu on Sun- ... ni.'litt aerionoly injured a man . laif J Joseph Ilayette. U.t. Mr. lkrrj has so far rrcoTered I s -.vent indisposition as to bo able to ' usinn "1 'h street" .iu.ijt- lVi ney, tb suocesiorof Judge i v. txpected to...

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 July 1882

Weekly citizen. mm V i V 'an.. j4 -ii K3 r SUNDAY. - JULT 16. 1882 Local Intelligence. Yea, Yerily it is, but it raineth not Heavy rains are reported in the Santa Ritas. The Opera House Company want a place to build. Information wanted ol W. Qraner. Please aee notice elsewhere. Dr. 'W. I. Graves, of Tucson, is at¬ tending to bnBinesa in Phenix. Egga are worth forty-five and fifty cents in the Tucson market. Mining properties in the Bed Bock district are represented looking well. Watermelons, although hard and high priced are still scarce in the mark¬ et. Joseph Bayer, of Tucson, registered at the Cosmopolitan in Los Angeles on 1 3 a moment and again retired! A Troubled Conductor. It is reported that a conductor on the Southern Pacific had a few evenings since occasion to leave his train to determine the perpendicularity of a telegraph pole, at the bottom of which a colony of large red ants had estab¬ lished themselves. This for the time being, the conductor did not know, al¬ though ...

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 July 1882

i ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZE YOLILME xir. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SUNDAY, JULY 2., 1882. NO. 27. WEEKLY CITIZEN. OFFICE: ja ;314 Congress Street. i.(ir. ""HiniOBr. 'iJJMMVX 1 iVHITMORE, HktHMlwn al Iraintun. rtEMi : ti n) 3 tt( SI T.rMmtli S T. I XS r, i:n - uuk ktioo on aiiDlicition THE YAVAPAI FRAUD. Xo Kellcf can lie Expected from I ne uouris. Ill, C.I.Irit Opiwrtsaltr. careful examination of the iTt'ai county fraudulent census aatis- tj i.. t'it tbo remedy is cot so clear ui ti.. wins- At first wo were inclined to t , , p.uii'u that tho courts would fur- ujl .s with a" tbe relief that re need, I, :t experience elocs inspire us with a. ui'. I: m that direction. .i agon similar piece ot rascal- .:t perpetrated by the Supervisors i Yhiar-ai county and the people of tho . ,i:L- ru portion of tho Territorj were , lied to submit to tho outrage. Tho , ,.-ot of the fraudulent census at that un-r fs t take tho capital to Frescott miJitwai. siiceoisfal. The object of ti.. prese...

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. — 23 July 1882

Daily Citizen. SUNDAY, - - JULT 23. 1882 CALL, FOR BepMta Territorial Convention, KoOXH OFTHC lUTCSUOANTOUUTOBI.il, Ckntbi-Hoxitto I"hesoott. Jnlr IS. 1SSL A Republican Territorial ConTnntion ia bervby caUMtnnvelal ruamu ua lueattoar 01 AU- mat A II lsKtt 10 o'clock . m.. to be mm. ; po-dof Trotj-thrwIeliKai to be elected by uw wwsi connuw oi uie lemiory, Rxnonj; wlael tnejr are piwruonea as iouows, to-wit: Aiaehe. SIMohare Cochlea lKrinal Cir&Uam SjPitna (iita -llYarapui-... Maricopa. 12jVama Hr order of the Territorial Central Committee. HctEt A. Dionow, Secretary. COUNTY COMMITTEE. There ill he a m pence of the Itepubliean Ccantr (Vimmiltee of 1'ima CVunty at Lenu'a Hl.ll. Tnrton, at 1 p, n, on Monday ereninc Jnlj Slat, to arranca for a cnrention to select Ia!esti to the Territorial conrention and to trtnaact ancli otli r rmsinew ai may properly come before the committee. W. C. DAVIS. Chairman. W. J. Okbobx, Secretary. JODOE STILLWELL SUPERCEDED. Tho teleyraph announces the a...

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. — 23 July 1882

WEEKLY CITIZEN. s "- a. JULY 23, 18S2 Intelligence. w. ,T. Boss is confined toliii 1 l'9. Sevens hss been appointed 1- it SaflViril. .: Iritis is expected to return ,j,r about the first. ,,'rrv and family contemplate - Angeles soon. i.tl.nsre6oUinR in Guaymas . ,,( two for bit. v alabasm. rooglia are roportud to ...i.uiu up" ouo another. t'r U tiie Uoaton milL i'u;W picnic is reported on the ' i ,,t here tlu) nioou? Arthur and Cabinet will '.T.u'kIi i'i e ,,eit mouth. lwtl uc- city prisoners are , a y, u twenty-live cent meals. ... .-...-.. I'lm-h. iate ol ne xtecorueru jn a ntore at Total taH the i l r s. Stevens "uUl, w at prewut visitin. ,i Joseph Drr who has been "i-o Hi for koveral doys, iscou- . a storm about twenty-four , here, but the getuhero nev- ,l J. Gosper, ex-secretary of Ari- '.. , tuieil at the Baldwin in San t haviT iiiag has paid un even mil- l.aai.- iu dividend mice its dis- . i isTti. ,- two hundred and twenty- i ...i ..iiifu working in audabout tho uuowu as "Dia...

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. — 23 July 1882

mm , if. lit t ir.it-' f 1 II '1 t1 j; f "In H a.. 1-4- 4 .Weekly Citizen. SUNDAY. JULY 23. 18S2 Local Intelligence. Doby dollars arc away up. Mr. S. II. Lucas lias gone to Chicago. Mr. M.W. Stewart, of VilIcor, is Tin- itinff his family in San Francisco. "What bas become ol onr lire cora- panv ? But little bas been beard of it of late. About one bundred and fifty Indians nre said to be on tbe war path in Ari¬ zona. The reported cloud burst at tbe A sua Calicnte was a fniluro tfaroucb lack of water. Perry Wildman bas been appointed postmaster at Silver King nee Hiob'd Younjj, resigned. Gila county's share of Maricopa coun¬ ty's indebtedness of 873,705 bas been fixed at S73S5. The ores of tbe Empire district are said to be principally of a chloride acd free milling character. Tbe crowtli of valuations in tbe United States for tbe ten years oudinjf lBSOwos .5931,358.011. Tbe Ilarsbaw mill bas stopped runninp, but will presently start up on a eir months' supply of ore. A new school dis...

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. — 30 July 1882

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOLUME XII. TUCSON, PLMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 18K- NO. 28. WEEKLY CITIZEN. No OFFICE : 314 Congress Street. , DHOW". J. A. VHtTMOBr. hkowx Si whitxore, I'uMi1t antl Proprietor. I1!"' M z Month. Trre tfcnu uvitisiso bates: , ion square, first inwRira ill iHwSjim-, abioeat mwruon 1 31 A St, Petersburg special dispatch to the New York Herald apprehends that grave political events will likely soon transpire in Rnsaia. Tlie telegram says: "No ono pretends that the Emperor will , proceed to his coronation with the in¬ tention of Riving tlio people a constitu- FUKNAUES RIVER. FOR WOOD A CLOSE CALL. A Good Ilrollirt's Crailr Hit Alone haves Ultn rrom an t'nierinlj- Sranilal. Entnavtlla Areas. 'Xho people of a little town in Warrick county have lieen hanging right over . 3 (II . 175 THE TAVAPAI FRA.UD. After speaking of tbe plan of having Delegate Oury secure the passage of a biU by Congress, as suggested by the Crrcs-t, to disapprove the census...

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. — 30 July 1882

7 M ft- .ft If' ..Til'. 25 If! ..w tit i 4 Daily Citizen. SUNDAY. . JULY 3a 18S2 The House of Representatives pa38ed a bill on Saturday in regard to auditing unpaid accounts of Indian agents, which is of great interest to the Indian agents &MLKOAD ASSESSMENT. Elsewhere in this issue we publish a petition signed by a number of prom-j inent business men of this city asking J for the Southern Pacific Railroad Com-j pany the same fair and considerate treat-! ment in the assessment of property that is giTen to other property owners. The i request seems to us to be a reasonable! TELEGRAPH. PACIFIC COAST. Sis FraxcisCo, J uiy 23 The follow- by railroad companies ... .L 1 ...... t no nr.,1 !. f rwOtVv it tnr ' 1I1 eleCtlOUS Ol Arizona as Well 8SOIUCI .nreunwra fc.uuu- . , j , l ji o l Rv,..l,--. ,. , r I 1 1.1... f..Vvln win. ' " " w -w- , sidcration at the hands of the Board of; Chas. Muyne. W. Y. Huntington. M. S. The assessed valuation of Smitb, J. L. Willicatt, Moses Hopkins. . . .w...

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