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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 25 February 1883

V VFKKLY CITIZEN. V.-VY. FEBUOAKY 23. lhR! KABTHTO BA11T1I. r SOXOKA LETTER. I 'narrator Mrs. rrllklns-Itein&r... of ll.tv. I .1 Unlet touutry with ttlrli Mines-l-ru- Local Intelligence. ..r- put our prisoners in tbo , - iif ol city bonds will take place trt-ntv-sixth. onntaiulasiu in the Court j ,a ..ompleteJ. iitre rlyiui; through the air ' . its of taera are. h i' "Kt w't1 wn'" ,nlr Plains '. urf? some day prove of lts of tools for the Gibsey "-i:..raian" ot Globe are at the i ..new pardoners on the Santa ,.t m itre Imsy with their spring . ,u! Bell ' ,me f ue Kreat ' . ustrict that wiH eontnbnte to " a jinxperity. r,n"at lovely weather is more . u1i:k experiencing tha re- - .f. -ted b'iziard. f , . of the Columbia Copper . i,i i.re reported ur binr bousht t cent, discount. has zone forth that tho . '.e be surveyed, graded, laid ;5itud planted with trees. u.'rA 'f lBjiroi in? the Catholic . - ,i;reiui;. The hewn stone nibsm' and handsome. i. iL.iud for stock cattle is in- and...

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 February 1883

Weekly Citizen. HUXDAY. - - I'EBHUAKY 23. 1882 LETTER Fit 031 (.'LOBE. Tlic Sit mil ion attrilmted to iver sttea- Local Iiitolligencc. Two deaths ix-currM in .the luwpitul last week. The Temirsooo lodg is said to liav a jnemberehip at aliout thirty. . ..us.f at mineral stiecinieus oiiKht to'bo kept in i-onie convenient place in this citv. it- rso. Jtoekruift: w reiiorie.1 ill. The caur t;on to Wii The demand lor vHtwuaHon this tr nas beea estreiaelv HrM in foiairison with tbe years past V vsr.lmau while imebmp; a oar at the tpot oa .Saturday, slipiKtl nml fell, rattim,' his hl badly. Leave of abeeuoe for twenty das hua ieen granted Seoood Lieutenant Parker W . W est. Third CaTal.-y. The lVnai lrrith lodge jiroiosrito cive h jirand masquerade 1H u or alxmt :ne middle of March next. OEeer Gibson, it ie said, cannot possi¬ bly recover. Tbe other pntientH are in u fair way for gettiufr better. Mr. Loaus Scavarx. proprietor of the VarkBrewery returned from Loo Ari¬ ses on Saturday momiuz...

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 March 1883

ARIZONA WEEKLY 7 cm 01- XIII. veeklt Citizen. OFFICE : . 314 Congress -fti-eat. f WHITXCWL I I'.KOWN Jc W II IT-MORE, Ci.iiifVrs and IVneriWnw. , f5 on . ivl . IV- . i a . 2 23 : ijiTliusa satis: r.r: inwrtiw wikMcqaratiowrtiiMa.... A USELESS VESTURE. . 1 .-:' of the Jeannette court Lu.s been concluded. Tito ! s u.i better off, but the United 5 loser to the extent of several , . dollars. These fruitless at- is l . .list-over an Ojwo polar sea i ,-s tiiat we fi! to appreciate; to I :-i: i ' matterg little whether there j . i olar sea, a is 1 Sieved liy . ' , ,r . ieutitic geographers, or a - .e, i.s believed by tbeelder ami i . h iinin?. Iu . either event, tho .... ikluot gain much by s settle- : v ' ' h 'inetjon. nuleae, perchance u: iut au ind to farther inveeiiga. . - t-rdg, lost) of Hfe ami treasure. - late Jeannette expedition was .j d b.i Mr. Bennett of the New r.du. but it has cost the Uuited . , , . , . ;t S-J.Hi.0i10 to find opt what ;. -. xpedition did and how it was .. y. ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 4 March 1883

Weekly citizen. SUNDAY. MARCH 4, 183 UNITED STATS8 AXO MEXICO. The Senate has concluded to rest on the reciprocity treaty with Mexico until the meeting of neit Congress. The de¬ lay may prove beneficial. It will allow tune for both eontries to discuss the provisions of the tieaty; before the time for finci action arrive important changes may be deemed necessary by one or both. The trentv is important and should be revised with great care. 'When completed and ratified it may stand for years, and any detect that may creep in could not be changed for a lone time to come. Oar relations with Mexico are growing closer every year. Hitherto the trade of the United Saates with Mexico has been small in deed to what it six hi Id have been, when we take into consideration the fact that she is oar next door neighbor. This state of affairs will, now that American capital is poshing railroads through the very heart of that country, soon be changed. (France and Germany have largely controlled the t...

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 March 1883

WEEKLY CITIZEN. ,,eNjm. - THi: SANTA KITAS. MAltCn 4, 18?8 : Loral Iiitellistencc. vitt tljius a P'fw'WJ with the Tne- . ,.i !- Xhp peacH tra in tJw valley are in -i'.l V ra.lr-' (row Mariooj to l'kanu: is ;0 le 1 mil- i:K T'-w S''-ent piece is "as pretty 4 .i ; i.-tnre." J.. a;i liK CU Trustees Mr , .. u ivr rate. 1 . 0 i.trict Ctmrt will raet on Moii- 1. Xlir. ii 12th. liialiaw uwinty will iasHe bonds and , ia .icouit honw. ttV nw chnrtpr bus ma n- xct !y the Governor. ! i.r he ttlntnre will ask Gnuitr.sai to -',r i - the Colorado river. j. , uma papers import twj eusa -6ui.i. 1" ia Silver dlrttricC I , 's retires ov its firet ootsifs'U . , t . : fri-a t'wh from GunymaK. ii :.itheriK prevails So soma extent , -he children of Tonilmtone. c i mty seat of Orahnai county is , rj-.i-i "itly looatwt at hohimotivillc. X.. i tasurer of ilanoop unly lias e anted thre months lavtt of ab- uiinrsof Northern Arizona are -. t ! attraetine considerable utten- .!. ia ti.e east. i t. Hre many f.tm...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 4 March 1883

X Weekly Citizen.! mwm-ws. TH12 jlIMfHKS SUNDAY, - ii.vr.cu 4. ifiss Local lutellfceiir,!. The Omega smelter lias -tarted ni'. Spelling lxes are comiuic this way. The henltbof ibe city i reported good. The smallpox in GM lias In twb- dned. The fctage are to CVlntobia Copper Camp is three iolli. Wild ducks are pleutidil at pneas rang¬ ing from two to six bit. The cattle aixl flieep iwq uf Xew Mexico are at loKgerlierulii. It is reported that the CotantMa ctio- per company will won resume, work. , The Block interests of Southern Amo- !na were never ltetter than at present. j A patent has bettti granted to Jobu I' (Cnlrer for a water, pis or drain pipe. Henry Iietiinnkt,' late of Clifton, has purchased himself a home on the Hod son. A Kt of the Graud Army of the Re¬ public is to be estaiMiKiird at AJnaqcei que. aler laaius are lieiac; extended up uamp street, rtislwaru iront ione At one. The cattle rustlers iu Kew Mexico are being handled rongbiy and vitiumt Cloveis. Xecotiatious are u...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 11 March 1883

ON A WE B CITIZEN i; M WEEKLY CITIZEN. " OFFICE; " No 314 Congress street. J. A. m aiTitcKr. BUOWX A WHITMORE, Piiblubw awl lVapfieter. :::: jDTiaTMIWQ 1UT: usie. fcrt lOMrtMB " lWmm each MbixoNtt iuktHuh., 1 IK or fortune of CP. Huntington is s -,.:el at 50.0000,000. r Italy of America has boen UDir :,Eafi'rsoinedys past. rt Michigan ders have nt last t a Senator to take JTerrj's place. ,.., r.iL Hazen will have a chance to T:iv- himself Wore ft court Hur- pdLZOAi building i4iU Ml oa in the R astern States with much vigor s Hskvosillo claims a population of . ii'. It is the most beautiful town iu - Southwest With four r-iilroad, Tueson should j -nleher population in three year?. S,ii estate is advancing. XriF ti.'lle property of Pima oounty x.lsA it far from f4 .000,000 this year t i is increasing rapidly. liKstv EEANfE will overcome all tij-s," at least Ben Butler finds that it t io far as he is concerned. ias H"u. David Divis has ao litle vi- ',:t. ..I ins body that he wears an e...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 11 March 1883

Weekly citizen. SUNDAY, - - . MARCH U. 1883 Wiggins threatens, Vennor is clearing away, but Hazen is under a cloud. The Empress of Germany has given 1,000 marts to the and being raised in Berlin for the sufferers by the overflow of tho Ohio. English manufacturers were much disappointed at the failure of the Amer¬ ican Confess to reduce the tariff on manufactured pood?. The citizens of Prescott are much in terested in securing a railroad connect ing with tbe Atlantic & Pacific. The construction of such a road would great ly becnfit that town. Theue was not a half acre of ground visible in Sbawueetown, Illinois, after the waters had fallen seven feet; there s not a house in the town but has been flooded with from seven to ten feet of water. The ancient tewn of Santa Fe is go¬ ing to celebrate her anniversary: not knowing her exact ago nor anything near it, they will probably name fIJOdth as the figure. That will be near enough as her history goes. "What makes sun spots? If you wil...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 11 March 1883

Weekly Citizen. MARCH 11, 18SC Local Iutelligence. luxutiful. clear, crisp waither bu ,-cceeJnl ke rain. 'Ilia new Rtciitar nt the Land Office ha not jet rnTPu. The seventeenth o( Ireland will be th. ueit treat biiiohm aoiiuav. Tar' have soi Total Wrack mine in ilibw dietnc. auiornia. A cf w postofEce called Vuta baa been 4iUbU8IieQ in -wocuuiecouuij. the poitofiice ot Camp Thoma. hat jetE Che3aTea xorl AUUiaAB. (VKwl C P. Sytea is in Boston oa Biomi'. lati ni railroad buaiueea. Trenton, Xe Jerser, baa a baby with The Council hi passed a bill to prc- lubit tiir tale ot toy pistols to minora. aJ estate U in moro aetiTe demand jhn at any time during the past year. The moTemuut in furor of American Bjaej" i universaL The dura o the IJbr tre past. VCtlU, I'arco Jt Co. ahipped on Hon- Jit for the Tombstone M. A M. Co., three taw of bullion, rallied at 89,- '.12. Mr. Chas. R. TlVores intends starting up hi little smelter in a day or two, on , quantity of ore from the Santa Ri- t. IheiraaH...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 11 March 1883

7 Weekly Citizen. SUNDAY, - - - MARCH 11. 183 ft h The grass on the courthouse lawn i visible to the naked eye. Track laying on the Lordsburfri Clif¬ ton railroad will begin next week. Tho freight and fares bill has been indefinitely postponed by the Council The Flienix Herald manager wants n boy. The chances are that it will be a girL Three deaths and four births were re¬ corded at the Cathedral during the past week. Egps oro twenty cents a dozen in Thenix, and the supply exceeds the de¬ mand. The police madj seventy-six arrests for February, against feisty-seven for January. Only one patient in tho pest house and two convalescent under quarantine on Ochoa street, weeks. Richard Wagner a hair was so eagerly sought for as mementoes, that he died heirless. Even the air of his Parsifal is much admired. What's in a name? The Engineering says O. Rear bos brought suit against the Copper Queen, grin and Bear it. Ninety-three vagrant dogs under the influence ol trio poll or tlie pounumab- ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 18 March 1883

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZE VOL. XIII. TUCSON, PIMA COUNT r, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SUNDAY, MARCH IS, ISSH. NO. !). WEEKLY CITIZEN. No. OFFICE : 314 Congress .Street IEOWS. 1. A. VTBITJlCniC. IS ROW X & WHITMORE, Iilih?rs anil Proprifton. txsk : r-- r m.MuOb. T -.-.Hor.dM. aivetikino kates: ,i ,.S.in. firt inwrtion 3 0 1 This is Wiggins' day- tlme- n storm of Bun Ins "Italy o America" , nee more. xs herself Ii c o will boom when the construct .notour railroads begin. Ikk late bright light of Frescott ..are been scattered to the four winds. A hvsbams wrath spoils the broth," e-ptK-ially when he kicks the table over. j'ti' B railroads to Tucson will cot bi .mi fur a town on the verge of civiliza t..-u- Ir does not look Tery well in a young iia to sit down on the curbstone to mt before be attempts to cross the frcet. -Papa, is n minister to England tho same as a minister of the gospel?" "Yes, nv nun, they are both ministers of for ra bftdirs." L no CoLEKiDOE,tho eminent English ar:st. has ac...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 18 March 1883

Weekly citizen. SUNDAY, MAPOn IS 1888 It is rumored that Mr. Foster trill de¬ cline the mission to Spain. Yu kos hardly expects to hoar from tho Schieffelin expedition before the first of May. Aetbsias crater has been discovered near Denver, and the people are jubilant over the discovery. r-r-PnuBiDBXT Diaz will visit tho northern cities, and when he Rets to New York be will bo the guest of Gen. Grant The Mnlago&sy envois are a new insti tntionin this country, and the Washing ton folks are busily engaged hunting out their fine point. Two hundred factory girls left Lemric on the Stu inst. for New Hampshire. Al¬ most the entire population assembled to bid them good-bye. A ixJUHsa merchant of St. Louis, by the name of Blosrom, has madennas- n.n.nuii in a msn bv the name of Pep¬ per, and Pepper thinks ho is in blossom. A -lists of steamers is to be put on to points on tho North Pacific coast as far M siika. The new hue is to be Known as that of "tothelttftdof the midnight 8U'l." . W...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 18 March 1883

I I iTEEKLY CITIZEN, - - MARCH 18, 1S83 that deeiroil to a locality more his con- Local Intelligence. The craod jnry is doing thorough wort jfju will bo a glorious year for stock pen i number ' smaM niining sales oro n-portiJ The trrand jury has settled down to its , pitensive copper deposit bas been covered m The Lordsbanr and Clifton railroad rk lime from Tombstone to Bisbce -rer t j new road, is four hours. The Tip Top Mining company, Yava county, UBS icwcu ou ujtcjrmtui. The narrow gauge railroad will pro- ja(.e brood gau;o i'i""-' ..,,. J. II. Turner has been appoint ojtma-iter at Harahinr in this coun tr. jai'e W. W. Hoover bas taken up his ,iience on Alameda street, near , 51'. J. G. Goodman. n,.Yimu DADers report a current ru r ttnt the old smelting works, of that plice.fcrew De revived. .A row postoffice, called Ilowells, has lbs yellow nags have been removed i. t. , i.-ho;i street, and not a caso of tiA,i"-o eziiU in or about the city, -aw building is to be erected on ...c...

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 March 1883

i Weekly citizen. SUNDAY, MAItCH IS, 18SSJ Local Intelligence. Dwiowe is Mr the boom is ooraing, There is Bet a ease ot smallpox in the Cltr. Oiobe awen bare orxMased a water company. A y4Ba of Hweraww is to be profit Th OHr Ooaacil k preparing to para oMMim iy itte yam. A brother of Henry Vsrd Beeeher is t-ojoaraiBfr ia x.es Angeles. Work koob right along upon the streets of Tucson, una so ao taxes. The trs in the valley bare put on their naiMr e&rb of preon. The atklitiou to the Slaters' Hospital, wert of town, is progressing. Mr. S. S. OiawsoB, formerly of this city, i now is Xtwhville, Tenu. Toe great Oaiiforoia Bank wood case is ; t bs trid ia April before Judge I'nmA. The gwAmt in Ibe bottom west of ton are looking- prorabitur, so are the wh jat fields. I ba Epitaph yg the trial of J. O. Dunbar savors Bore of perseoution than of ;roaeecuoD. 7 beootrtract of Acting Surgeon John J. itoberwofl, U. a. army, lias betm an nu ted at bm rcqnesC loM B. Todd, a military oonvict at r...

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 March 1883

ARIZONA WEEKL CITI Xi VOL XIIL TUCSON, PDLA COUNTY, AUIZOXA TERRITORY, SUNDAY, MARCH 25, I8S3. NO. 10. No. OFFICE ; 314 Congress Street, VALEDICTORY. IUtikq disposed of my intercut in tbe Crxaxs to W. W. Hayward, I now talc leave of the paper, bavins been cob necfed with it for the past two yeam. The pape' has endeavored to represent tltr ---tter element and to foster ever that tends to advance tbe materia', prw.al and moral progress of the Terri- ;,,n. The best evidence of its progress fcas been the rarid growth of the busi nnw and influence of tbo paper. Oar --ss.nal relations with tbe patrons of the paper and with tbe gentlemen of tbe rr,fe.ion in the Territory bave beau -aott pleasant, ami we are under oblige "it fo- many favors Oa- regret at retiring from tbe Cm- ex is somewhat lessoned by tbe kuowl- j that our successor will continue tue progressive policy of the paper. W. W Ilayward, late of tbe .Toilet, III., Sun, nasan established reputation as none cessf -il journalist, an...

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 March 1883

Weekly citizen. SUNDAY, MARCH 35, 1SS8 Go slow if you wish to throw salt on the bird's tail. "A good book is a light to the soul;" bat raescel is generally used for tho heed. Wht m hot bread like a caterpillar f Because it's the grab that wakes tbo batter fly. Foou have an abundance of vanity; bat stramre its it may teem, never havo any to spate. Nn'Bi sit a lighted eaadle in a keg of lwwder, for it might fall down, and then you wold lose your candle. The Pope has appointed eeeznl bishops, including bishops of Halifax, Charleston and Grand Bapute. Ix is bow certain that the explosion in the Inml government board office at Wottrahntrr wa the work of Pen is tie Kvk would be au excellent crop for early bay in this market and would be cut at least a month sooner than wheat or barley. Tus: u .1. T-y the Interior will re view sne bikwwih ra.u...TamB case again, on its snmte. We bad supposed it bad no Merits. Hugh Fari.ii is in San Francit-oo He has oalled upon tbe editor of the (Jail and ...

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. — 25 March 1883

WEEKLY CITIZEN. .lira 1 - 3IAU0H 25, 18K; Local Intelligence. i'pe ussaye ara kH very Imiy now. Very tir benanzaa aro beiuR reeord- .i- Hie Tttcsion Lyins drib" in tke lctet institution. cJ.kx! copper propeitws are eagerly (...aglit after- i , cy bad frost and lea !u Pnwcott M.-aday mphU l'u San a Ritna are tbo ir;aare- j.a-e ci the Territory. !'ue hotel nrnTtiVs are more nHuisr.ns fan iirMm time past. ji. j;rabs ob Ue ooart Iwiufc lawn Is Jusuriant Hud beuatifnt. FK03I 1'K.ESCOTT. RESODKCES OF AEIZOXA. fllad lUo Legislature lino More Hon. C. A. 1'rnnklln Hon- u Vnun; Lady Clerk 0t Airaj Willi a Call nt Young: Han, pic. Pebscott, Mnrch 17, 18S3. Enrroit Citizen- : Sinoe the adjournment or ! tare FnHOott has resumed its condition m asacion all kinds -f tmterririses re- mainod in statu quo, for fear some sort of legislation might bo enacted inimical to them, bat no harm has been done and people breathe freer. Tho last to leave forborne was llou C. A. Franklin, or Cherhe, as ho was fam...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 25 March 1883

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SUNDAY, - 3TAK0H 23. 1888 Local Intelligence. THE TADPOLES. A Miort Session anil a Lodsr of Wrro- IVlie Counsel I.j- the l'rr.l.lriit-r.llciit Communion Willi tlie Spirits. TltlKD PAFfiK Jn3co Trensli has arrived salely in I'rcBcott. There are less than forty telephones now in nso in this city. lion. 1- A. Fay took nuto MmseK a wife on Thursday night. Fivo carloads of rails daily arrive at Lonlshnrg for tho Clifton railroad. Tho wife of Sheriff Orme of Maricopa county, dwd in l'henix oo the 17th in¬ stant Tho appropriation for Fort llnachuca 13 exhausted and work has lieen sus¬ pended. Extensive improvements are beiric made on the corner of Stone Avenue and Pennington street. Tho San Francisco Post continually and inexcusably slanders Tucson by cal¬ ling it the capital of Amona. The Silver Kiuj; miae has lte working bhaft 700 feel deei.. The Bilk mine, its oxtension has a shaft 736 feet deep. The Clif ton Clarion has beea enlarged to seven edumBs. It is one of the ve...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 1 April 1883

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEK VOI, XIII. TUCSON, PIMA COUN'JT, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SUNDAY, APRIL 1, 1S83. NO. 11. No OFFICE : 314 Congress Street. sv woolen mui; tannery, or a pnsh ,',1 L'.icl fuctory would pay in Tuc¬ son. TuL seven per cent, bonds of the jv, ,,,-a Limited, are worth $1,024 ia I lull condensing companies of v -, refuse to use milk from cows , have boeu fed on ensilage. j. s. f'ost btill lingers in Minnesota, i ( f per Hault a German farmer was death near St. Vincent last lav shingle and lumber business will e. iv' important, when the narrow f;.,jJ reaches the Groat Ariztmn 1 jttuX si E. 15. W ASHBrBSE, is talked of M ykir of Chicago. It is hadly pos- . tiut Sir. Washburue would accept ;, t..t!..tl. rto'tu. Weaver hns gone to Michi- iii t prtacli the funeral of the green- 1 k I arty, though he calls it "agitating --.estion." Ir 11 S is believed that the sawmills of .:ngtou Territory will cut three : in J and twenty-five million feet of u-r tins year. Ulnebal Diaz hsa banque...

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. — 1 April 1883

Weekly citizen. SUNDAY, . APRIL 1. 1SS3 The rainy season f thisvenrcon- ..uc--s later than usual. Tsbbb will "be no lasting peoco ia An¬ na until the Apache are removed from Territory. The Apache Indians oca be fed and clothed iu the Indian Territory 'lor half .? hat it ooits ia Arizona. The ApubaabBve aa empire; but tbey up only a few Bqa&re miles of . rntory, when they are Dot on tbe war 1 ins ui about tlie last chance tbe army . ! bar to solve tbe Indian question in .z jna. Tbe ne-t attempt at a soUo- r of the question will be by men in - .liao drees. -mctl MoKEE,of Louisville, Ky., .- neeo disUrrred front practicing in - h,;-erior Department, for charging a iaorant negro S800 for getfiog pon-i'-n oiaira of SLSOO. We like tbe ring of General Crook's .-patches to Secretary Teller, end tbe Tetany's reply- Tbey are both in , . : ..f exterminating Chtrioabuas and ..... man, woman and efaild in Arizona . . :i;.pfore it. is.: rebate allowed manufacturers dealarB in tobacco will be ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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