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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 30 July 1882

WEEKLY CITIZEN. I (Inoil for Hie Santa Ritas. Col. J. II. Watts, Superintendent of ; j the Josephine, Helvetia and Ernmn JOLT 30, 1382 minos in the Ij udall district, arrived in - : Tucson last eveninir, and reports enter. liOL'ill llUClllsCllCe. prise in that ranse ns taking n good dead pone on official Xoml'stone is lxit of Hie Tucson travel is by stage .iafthesautn. . awIIvnes arrived in Los Angeles Pi.trwt Attorney Hngli Farley has j., t e to San Francisco. t. ,. beetles are destroying the oot- t ticul trees abont town. T lc ne Opera Hmise. it is estimated, i plat aK.ut seven hundred people. ua-ite.l at the Citisbs ofCce iniornia- of tbe ?an Agn-tin group of mines, S'T 'Hi rt- h fends two oar loads of specimens to the 1"T" El",ition- Arizona less than it- the fittirg of tuo nest court an eff.rt "ill "ae uutie BeToral r Cn- .is knots. ' MtfS6re. Evans Walker have taken -u, vutraot for the making of the Opera H, use beats. Tl . eae if Weir vs. Vail has been iAea under advisement b...

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. — 30 July 1882

.t ! m Hi ft 4 r -it l'1? I'¬ ll ' Ft at J i t : I- -3 -rTi Mi if- 1 V Get ready for tho Feast The rainy season is inclined to be wet. Tito town of Benson is to be incorpor¬ ated. Banehmen report cattle looking well and Int. Bishop Read left for Texas on Thurs¬ day last. The pnblic schools will open in September. The streets in Calabasas arc sixty feet wide. CEepairinK dirt roofs is the chief occu¬ pation of a Tucson citizen nowadays. Several car loads or California Bbeep passed through to Benson a few days since. But little oro has been shipped through Tucson to the Exposition at Denver. The Tucson thermometers are higher toned than those of Los Angeles by about twenty degrees. The latest project in railroads is the one reported to bo built from Willcox to the San Carlos coal fields. A pirato vessel has been reported as sighted on the Santa Cruz, opposite the steamboat landing at Calabatas. The Pjccaix Herald hits it in the fol- lowiuc: "iiuaues was in hw element Li Prescott Plenty...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 6 August 1882

ARIZONA WEBKI CITIZEN. VOL XII. TFCSOX, PIMA COUNTY-, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SUNDAY, AUGUST G. ISM. NO:-29. Weekly Citizen OFFICE : V 314 Congress Street. HitOWX. J. a. wHiniott HKOiVX A WHITMORE, PabUsfacnaari Proprietor. i(0 t 2 11J . tir-t iiwwljuiu Z , each wiLi (iiuiat uiirtieo 1 G07EBXOB TTJTLE'S KETUEN. ., Citizen has taken occasion to ;S rtirflers informed as to the work r ,l,ne by the Governor -while ab- " Washington. His leave of ab- having expired nd exoontire ..- rcjuiriug bis presence in tho x Ti-..ir be baa returned and is o- .-y,,, a few days in tbis city before . in? i tbs Territorial capital. '.tur ni his absence be labored fruit- f ,.!, iiJ ret without success in many ,,n . 'ur the interests of tbe Territory ile people. Of many of these things tw- iijif spoken. To one matter, bow , -. i-r, we have not previously alluded and f.,.t s be Governor's work to prevent . ahuniWrnontof FQrL iowell i. ut ry post.4It i..toibe. hoped tiat,fcis , .rt "ill le successful and that ins...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 6 August 1882

Weekly citizen. .1W. 1 11 i 4f $ ;1K u $ :1 .3 1 (2 - 5f.4 SUXDAT, - AUGUST G, 1SS2 1CNIK0 LITIGATION IN MEXICO. A great deal is said about the Mexican government being hostile to Americans investing in mining property in that country. It is charged that aa soon as thuT fTeloD a volnablo property they in liturntion. These stnte- Tn.nh. undoubtedly deter much capital Hiiic to Mexico. Onr observa- tinn ii that the holders ot Taluable rain ing property in Arizona are subjected to vexatious litigation. In tact.it would be hard to name a Talnableminins prop¬ erty in any ol the mining regions ot this country that has not had more or less legal trouble, and. in many instances the rightful owners liaTe been detrauded or frozen out If ve stop to consider the matter, we will see that jumping old claims and blackmailing are not peon- liar to Mexico, but to all mining seotiona, and are not more common ia Mexico than in the United States. We must not allow race prejudice to at' tribute tbsse mat...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 6 August 1882

DAILY CITIZEN. local Intelligence. Ihe day re cettin.r shoitar. Tucion raisixl grapci exe in market. Cfnsu frnJ, Yarapni county lUg-. Ytrapai county i the banner county for staff- GOOD DTE. -In linpramclB Hanqart Triltml Criirr. AUQUST 6, 1832 About forty reprosectatire ceutlumim of Tucson lait tTeuicif garo a corapli- menlary fcretrell dinner to Hon. John Was on. now iutt retiring from tha Snr. Tcyor Ooneralthip of Ariiona. Tha ban¬ quet to apread in the Maaonio baa- gist halL and waa one of the beat of John Protopialti'a Park reataurant dinners. Among tha gentlemen present vera noticed Gen. J. W. Robbrot. ex-Mayor Toole, a M. Strauss, J. J. Hamburg, E. X. Fish, Alex Levin, K. a Brown, IL Mr. and Mrs. Fitch hare sone to Ban , f ft it w if' V, J S" ... fc uuuiuu, .uai . ilAUlUQcT. Fraacuoo. Moye Wicks is enjoyinc himMlf at SiLia Monica. I'rof. Silvo of Tucson, is viiitLnj; in Sn Francifco. uiia county has not pannsd out her w,eimeut jet. The new cottac for C. C Bean is Ettrly finish...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 6 August 1882

11 li 1 5, bill If' if I X.fl. ,rt Ml 9 'I Weekly Citizen. SUNDAY. AUGUST C, 18S2 Local Intelligence, Benson is to Lave a Baptist Church. The thermometer registers itself whether Toters do or not. The Board of Equalization adjourned vesterday to tho 14th instant. Tho police courts checked off eighty- one arrests for tho past month. Seth Bixby has been appointed post¬ master of Cieneca in Yavapai county. 3Ir. 31. S. Stylos has been appointed a Deputy Sheriffin and for Pima county. The county assessable property foots up in the aggregate to five millions of dollars. Colonel Zabriskie has received his commission as United States District Attorney. A Mr. White is in charge of the San Carlos Agency pending tho arrival of Agent Villcox. Dr. .Tared Turner who left here for La Paz, Mexico, several weeks since, is now in San Francisco. Tho Oracle mining camp is reported to be enjoying a boom. Mingrs for that section leave daily. District Attorney, Hugh Farley, was, by Mrs. Farley, presented ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 13 August 1882

ARIZ VOL A'lL TtJCSOX, PIMA COUNTY. ARIZONA TERRITORY, SUNDAY, AUGUST 18, 1SS2. NO. 30. weekly Citizen. FFICE : Congress Street. J A. wmrafiK. whitmori:, isixc- una: -t it; -Ttnm . ..ibrfVlMlt UWWrtUm., t 1. ill Yi- it EADUra THE BA.BY ACT. r.nzEX opposes the ro-election ite Oury upon political ground ::ie beit interest of tho Territo- , --.ii.ally we esteem Mr. Our" as i .uzen and an honest gentleman, auiot blind ourselves to the t a- a representative of Arizo- ..:,i ct be has been a complete .cui'ue failure, and unless tho an Convention makes an un- iWwb selection, ho should -. itvto 1. We admit all that iu.fate Oury's honesty and de- .--.v uis constituentcy, but his .- to do bo he admits himself ..iming letter addressed to one .- ,iatituente. In a letter ad' t George II. Stevens, w.-.uiam county, dated , .-, J uiy 5tb, Mr. Oury says . uiu. II. Stevens My Bear Sir: ' M..;- '-tii is at hand, and in re- ; . 1 have to say: Inat 1 have and continually appeared , ronimittees having 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. — 13 August 1882

1 hi fi 1 it fiij mis if u j' Weekly Citizen. SUNDAY, AUGUST 13, 1SS2 THE OPPOSITION TELEGRAPH. Several attempts have been made to organize and operate n telegraph line independent of the 'Western Union. Up to the present time this has been unauc- cesstol, the old company managing to absorb any competing lines in a abort time 'Sow, however, another scheme with this end in view appears to bo vig¬ orously pushed. 'Within a short time the Postal, which was started under the guidance of Mr. James K. Keene, has been reorganized, passing into new hands that are in pos¬ session ot ample funds with which to construct its line. Its President is ex- Collector Beard, of Boston, and Mr. John B. Alley, of that city, is its treas¬ urer and principal stockholder. Among the directors are found the names of ex- GoTernor Foster, of Ohio, George D. Roberts and Harry Cummlng, of Xew York. For several days past the execu¬ tive committee has been busy making contracts, and it is stated that for the const...

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. — 13 August 1882

DAILY UITIZJSjN. ! AUGUST 13. 18S2 ItEPUULICAX CLUB. A Well Attended and Meeting-. Enthusiastic Local Intelligence. Office ceoVfM wanted. llrmt ants a aistillery. Hot JaJ auii cocl n'K11'8- Srlrrlleu or Urlr-atrs-;.pfc.lic, tC. j Pursuant to tlie call in the CmzEjf of I Wednesday, the Hepublican Club met in I the Park pavilion at eit-ht oVlrvfc- Timr.. r iJepnblican club keeps well on j day evening and were called to order by Col. J. A. Z-ibriskie, President of the t n of Xubac needs a Imildiu, 'WtiJer Minstrels next Monday ary Ii first Infantry, are located ',, -iti r or your vote will brine you , nn. t ,. new 375,000 coiirthousa ia nearly Jit ted. - ;,ia mails are said to bo iu a stato j V ir.-i'ion. i buiidiac boom has a kind of I.- . M .ut- to pay taxoa can be won when :, f. a't opens. i 1. J -r . .,t'. .Tn!y. . f t. a great dsal of thunder and p it no rail). i ui -ne-wnite lieaii crop on the Gila is ..'.i i 1 1 ue a miiure. S . .ta K:ta City, Bull Docer Camp, is i,,-a pwtomce s...

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. — 13 August 1882

Daily Citizen. .!.' 'SI 1 Ltts i SUNDAY, AUGUST 13, 18S2 Local Intelligence. Apricots nre out of market. The rain v beason is showing bat n light band. The opera houso foundation is nearly nrusned. The 60-ton smeltor at Pelton started np a few days ago. The prospects for a successful feast are looming "P grandly. Bailrcnd contractor John Courtney has returned to Calabnsas. California crown apples are jileotituL Native grown apples are scarce. Your name on the old register val¬ ueless. Kegister again or you get no oom. The citv and count v assessors reiwwt money exceedingly scarce mid uartl to eet hoia ol ColnnM Watts. Superintendent of the Ilelvetia and JoeopliiBe -mines in the Santa luias, is again m town. The interior of the dining room at Porter's Hotel haa been handsomely and artistically decorated with colored fans. Hon. .Tno. ilanlv. a TJ. S. Treasury officer, is in town, and has been for the past ten days. He is stopping at the l'orfer. Judge A. F. Burke of Willeox died 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. — 20 August 1882

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL XII. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SUNDAY, AUGUST 20, mi. NO. 31. Weekly Citizen. OFFICE : No. 31 7 Congress treet. nsow.v. J. A. wmraocr. i'.KOWX & VTHITMOKE, Publwltera &ad I'mpriHorn. Tim- Month. tsou Jill , lit ADTE&TISINt) BATIS: ,,4, rt insertion... ; V, 1 26 rosnox born cmzEKs. AniVACA, A. T., Aug. 11, 16S2. Euttoe CmzEX: Soma days ago I noticed an article in your paper in re- ht.on to some statements which had been niaJe about tho -way in which Americana -o-ere treated iu Sonormin ,y.i vou use the expression o "native Am. ricaus of foreign birth," causing tr.ianle down mere, uia you use mat expression in a general sense, and did -i , a intend to apply it to all foreigners i: 5 into Sonora or to any particular jj.er FoitEIOTEB. We did not intend to apply the ex¬ pression in a "general sense, nor to any particular race;" we intended it for the cjs,' under discussion. We are not quite 10 narrow minded as that yet. We are willing...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 20 August 1882

Weekly citizen. SUNDAY, - - - AUGUST 20. 1882 It FCBTHTTi PARTICULAR EUPT POLITICAL Or THAT BARGAIN. OOR- tTHERE THE SHOE PINCHES. Like Moses ot old, tho Star shows its great concern OTer the Republican nom- inabon or Delegate in Congress. The avowod Democracy of the Star is less than six months old. When the Chinese Question irnii nt its hicht on the a recent issue 01 me on". coast, and it was thought the party tained nn expose ot the corrnpt political could -win, it came out as bold as a sheep bargain negotiated by the proprietor ot and flung its Bourbon banner to the ii.- -n thP Rtr. wbprobv breeze. Prior to that time it was an ap- m.-.-. patronage and dis- iur.uur, "' owning Democratic proclivities. Tote of Yavapai county in consideration I Bnt that has no particular bearing on of his refusing to pass a bill disopprov- the question. The passage of the Chi' ing the census net, and tho refusal of nese bill robbed Democracy of a battle the Democratic Boards ot Supervisor. r.and 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. — 20 August 1882

Veekly Citizen AT50DST 20, 1S82 Local Intelligence. -j,e rnlUc school will, open Scptem ot 1 U Stewart ot Willcox is town ' reportea to bo full lhe r'I repairing boom continues t ,bth ' lxnator Stewart, ot Nevada, is vis¬ it." ' aI collectors are over head and ' ... v had a shotcun matmeo in Bi "' Prula last. as . . - .1 ii.. t i. S 3Bh weeKiy is suumj muc tui- ! ' jjtV Clam will return to Tuc- KnJay nei- inters are eating everything ..., 0 i'K IUC n river Valley fruit is spreading f cattle in northern Arizona sell at .sl-eiito per pound sroes. , ... strike hs been made in the Al5r?t a depth HMO feet i .vk" bullion shipment ot the yck Morns u" . i .... Jips spurs and angles of Arizona -s is ai ULSolvod conundrum. . e -nat resUMr of Maricopa f Las thus far int 275 names. ' Ir n- A. Clua is at present doiug 5! -It W-fclungttn in Jovr Hampshire. . r ...I M Snmnpl Hnmil- i t Ot L I - - , ,t "j t'j at"Miseral Park, August 10th. ;.i.s this week, for the niontn of , , barometers on Meyer s...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 20 August 1882

i Weekly citizen. SUNDAY. - AUGUST 20, 18S2 11' f. tt "1 r . it I Local Intelligence. Dr. Handy is home nffain. Dnst has been superceded by mud. The firemen have Rot their badges. Tncson is enjoying a roof repairing boom. What has become of the ice cream man? It D. Chillson has returned from the Gunsight. Tucson mosquitos are heeled with dia¬ mond drills. Much horse thieTing is reported from along tno line. There are said to be eighty-five sa¬ loons in Tucson. The melon merchants are . doing a good business. Baled wheat hay is worth twenty-five dollars per ton on Salt River. The ore on the old Picacho dump as¬ says one hundred dollars to the ton. A number of deaths have occurred in Maricopa county because of the heat The damage done to the Baptist Church is to be immediately repaired. The Walker & Brady mine at Casa Grande ships six car loads of ore per month. The Copper Queen folks jumped the Copper Prince last Friday, using shot- guns for arguments. It is reported that the was...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 27 August 1882

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. 0L XII. TUCSON, PIMA COUXTT, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SUNDAY, AUGUST 27, 1882. NO. 3Q. Weekly Citizen. OFFICE: 3 3 14 Congress .Street , . 3. A. WHITXOEE. HKOWN A WHITMORE, fab'.ivhm ml rnristerK. TiKJf : f T" tiV V-wM. '" Al.THATl-I BATX.V v,u-v. firxnrton.. .. 1 SAO 3 (U 17 2 S 2S COPPER MIXING. i .vpper boom in Arizonn is bring- , , ,ntn prominence many hitherto neg- , tunes wmcn arc juiriuBituu. im- ',. ,v ai.l as encouragement to tho ViM'-nt of fuch properties the v.r Mining Review gives the fol -u uJv.ce. It says: "Of the extent ' . .pptr field of tho Went there - , '.i question. Too much of a re- .. t..ture is known of them in a gen- ,. ,. to dispute the existence of that ;..ving quantities. There are, "!,iU,r, ruany peculiarities connected tlu- m arch for oopper which lead ,rf.n. into erroneous conclusions rniug tli quality of the ore they i.ud. mc of these, very common fa-t, i that a comparatively small ,r.v.itage f copper will exert n pow- -;,! influence ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 27 August 1882

.i; m mm Mil h mm V i i v .a lift J 11 ,1 1 t V, 'I H 1 I '1 II I- Bffc"! Weekly citizen. SUNDAY, AUGUST 27. 1S82 UNITED ACTION. The nomination of Judge DoForest Porter as candidate for Delegate in Cod press, by tlie Republican Conven¬ tion, gives general satisfaction to tho people of the Territory. He ia recog¬ nized a a gentleman of splendid ability and good judgment, and his election will insure proper national legislation in behalf of Arizona, snob as the present Delegate has shown bimgelf nnable to obtain. Mr. Portor, too, has long been a resident of the Territory, and is iden¬ tified with its interests and progress. Avery insignificant oleznent of the ltepcblican party are not enthusiastic over the nomination, but this feeling is inevitable with all nominations, and soon disappears as tire canvass ml van cos. A little reflection shows the folly of all sueh disaffection. When a man enters a political convention, he trill respect and follow the majority if ho ie a man of honor. ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 27 August 1882

Weekly Citizen. SVXDAT. - ADQDST 27, 1SS2 Local Intelligence. trimmer attain. .Tmlc? Stilwell is in Plmmix. There is no religion in a mad hole. Get your name on the sroat register. Lively titues between this and elec- t,mda. The San Augustine Feast opons n tu" 27th instant. City taie will 1ms ileliinjneHt on Scp- -. ,bir second. lr. V. F. CJlner, of Altar, is visitinr i Tucson. I'lias. T. Cunnail is in from the San l ..rlon Agency. Tlie feat at Magdaleaa oommenccw ,.n Vtober 4Ui. Xht' CalalMisas hotel trill bo formnlly ,. ni-d on the let. ihe hoom of the Independents has i, it boKn yet. The railroad is completed te within f.mr miles of Oalabasas. Watermelons aro choapi-r this year tl.au ever before. Hnrrj up and resistor. Tho 18th of (vtober closes the book. The Stonewall mine in this Territory binppt-d feat week, S18,fX)2. The minim; outlook for Arizona is - . J to be exoeodinsly promising. Mr. Mene telegraphs to Prof. Riokard ;:iot he will arrive here on the first. The patent for ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 27 August 1882

urn if Si 1.111 r i ft i i I,. BUI J i ' 4 ill k? Wf 1 4 Weekly citizen. SUXDAY, - - - AUGUST 27. 1SS2 Local Intelligence. Grass is pood everywhere. Look out for sneak thieves. Tucson vants a wadinc club. Tucson is to have a new bank. For a quiet town commend Tucson. The building boom in Tucson hath no end. The proceedings of the City Council eisewnere. , Rain, hail or shine the Main street ditch is king. Arizona has too many horse thieves ana uau Indians. A coat of paint would improve the court liouso roof. All the spaces in the Park have been taken for the feast. Many horses in Pinal county are af¬ flicted with pink-fye. Bear are reported to he quite plenti¬ ful in the Santa Ritas. Bids are called for for the filling up of the Church btreet lake. There is a prospect of Dan Rice's biir circus visiting in Tucson. Mr. A. Caldwell has returned from Colton to the Gunsight mines. Spring chickens a:e ia demand at seven dollars per dozen. Apples are worth four and a half dol- lurs per box...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 3 September 1882

ARIZONA WEE CITIZEN. VOL XII. TUCSOX, PIMA C0rTTr, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER o, 1S8'2. 2T0. 33. OFFICE : 314 Congress .Street. UKOWX k W1IITMORE, mas : Si ( u nz mfrtiai Z 2S EAS NOT DBOPPSD IT. i"mzES bss-ooi "dropped its ar- but urges it with increased .c:'.cy and unction that a Republi 1 Vlegate can accomplish more for ..e, ;! of Arizona than a Demo- . , ne -c. The reasons are simple ,luous to any intelligent person. Ill-publicans are in tbe majority in House of Congress. We believo we af-sert a fact reeofrnizod by all , ni bsj that it is a political maxim ill 1,-rent national parties tbat either Jo its utmost, within the constitu- . :. 3.-.A lav?, to perpetuate itself and Icreas its chances for preferment by people. For instance, the party in i ,wt r ia n State wilt redietrict it when- (Trrit believes it will pain a Congrese- -:i;a or two by so doing. Whin the Democratic party is in the minority in a State it doe not hesitate . form' coalition with other JPjfasfe J,?r...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 3 September 1882

U5) -r. f 1 . 1 a-; ri n cay jiS'.Uat .1 H ' it I 1 if i THE REPUBLICAN NOMNEE TOR DELEGATE. As the public cone to consider the ac¬ tion of the Republican Territorial Con¬ vention, the more general becomes their satisfaction with the platform and tho ticket. They find in tho platform decla¬ rations which meet their hearty ap¬ proval, and the ticket is composed of able, representative men. Judge Por¬ ter, the nominee for Delegate in Con¬ gress, is a man of the people, a man who, without tho advantages of wealth, has made his way ap to his present prominent position through the potency of his own unaided efforts. To such a man the respect and regard of tho American people naturally inclines. This is manifestly the case with Judge Porter in tho community in which ho lias long resided. Tho great respect and esteem in which he is held at his home in Maricopa county produced a powerful effect upon tho convention which nominated him. This popularity is by no means confined to his own party...

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