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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 1 April 1883

Weekly Citizen. SUNDAY. the Indian Local Intelligence. r. Simuel Hughes has returned from a i'.iui: ""i e3l!t' Jlr. J. F. Knapp and wife have return- rJ from Calitoriiiu. Xiie streets) of the city are not uear so ,,veiv as tbe people. The pobtollieo at SsJTorti, Graham nut', has brta tltscoatiuiied. (iov. Powers has gone to Gila Bend to 1'Tvci the survey of the now caual. James 1'- Barnes hits beeu appointed it tmss ter at Hamburg, Yuma ootinty. Tje ubiquitous Apache ix luntiau tLinS lively in Sonora, as well as in Aniona. Vpnvte telegram from Maxdalena .p rt the Indians oommittin ontraces 3 8!I direction. 'lo Uk be roau viewers win ueier u-ir official trip nutil trebles quiet down. T to end of California's rain storm has 1J 4-: 1 t gse shower mis nuraiue. Xbe water furnished by the City Water I03ipnv nprojuauwui cij nuuiu ,ime aoJ exc llent quality. rumple assessment work ou claims in tas Suta Ritas is developing forne line - .jnecta 1U many inauiuctrn. new postoffice c-illed Junip...

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. — 1 April 1883

it I ff Weekly Citizen. SUNDAY. - - - APRIL 1. iSS Mil Local Intelligence, Tfao reports from mines in every di¬ rection are very encouraging. The transfer of California tjfeecp to Texas continues unabated. Tom Fitch lianas out his shinglo as Attorney at law, on Broadway, Now York. Sir. J. S. Vosburrr. of Tucson, lma nr. rived in San Francisco from bis trip arounu uie worm. The new stone front facing of the Catholic Churoh U oomploted and it lias added mcch to the benntv of that build¬ ing. J. H. Uampjon and Wm. Garlawl, contractors on the Liordslmn; and Clif¬ ton railroad, Intro ab'mt 201 K) men at work. The first intense of Indians enlisting in the recular army has occurred. Six Apaches have cone into tbe Fourth Cav¬ alry as private. It is reported that 8 new associate justice for Anion has been appointed in place of Judge W. W. Hoover. lie is r-.im New York. There is a very Kod prospect of very large redaction workR bein establislKHl n Tucson dunn? the present yoar, by men of imme...

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. — 8 April 1883

9 V ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL XIII. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SUNDAY, APRIL 8, 1SS3. NO. 12. Weekly Citizen r. c EKOWS, W. W. HATWAED, Preiidtat. Secretary ana Minxger. fie Citizen Printing & PodMIbe Co taut: p-r Vr (S no uiMocth. ZOI Thrw Months 17C mrtiTIPlNO 3ATX3: i3!4iur, nrt insertion i tS l-arSiaar,aarfleab-iaenttBaertHHi ; 35 OFFICE : 314 Congress Street. No. He is not much of a man who will not .ti.ni! np for his own country. Hakuont and united action of the people ib what insured success to a com¬ munity. Ct ear out the Apaches and Arizona w.l! have a population of 200,000 in less tun five years. FredE. Waite, recently executed in Texas for murder, was tracked up and raptured by blood hounds. r is announced that steel works are to to located at Gunison, Colarado, by a .company with large capital. lac ban Jrrancisco iinnetm govs: Gram reports from almost every section ; the State are very disheartening." General Cbook has given onlers to take no prisoner...

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. — 8 April 1883

Weekly Citizen. SUNDAY. APRIL 8, 1S?2 Ex-Pbbsidext Diaz visited too tomb c Washington while at tb capital. The Nihilists onght to be first class miners, yet they hare not made many strikes. A.W.Sb"blox bs been appointed Associate Justiee of the Supreme Gouit of Arizona. A eisTEE of Roscoo Oonkling, is said to be dying in the city hospital at Roches- tt-r, New lorSc Johs Bhowx, the Queen's late ser¬ vant, was worth over a million ddlars. lie was no slouch of a hireling. Gexbbai. Cbook has at last arrived in Sonthom Ariaona. We shall bo w pee of what material the General is made. Lieotexant Deneahower of the Teannette expedition, has been granted a vea-'t absence. Might aa well have made it tan. iwia TvHriowiaKi of Washington his been appointed chief of the mineral division of the Uenera Lama once, nee Siekles resigned. The Chicago papers have been gath¬ ering crop report- during the past week, :.nd find that the outlook is equally Rood tt-ith that of past seasons. Nixe thousand dolla...

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. — 8 April 1883

Weekly citizen S I N PAY. APEIL S. 1883 Local Iiitcliienco. Jule Silnt is sojourning in Xew ,irk CltV. Owiiii; to aeaietfy of water the Pheiiix ni.'.knn:i 1011 raise the price i milk. II. hi. O. II. Oary resolM! Tuom lie t , i," I'-i-' ll I" return from Wnsbinirton. I.xJfre oi tbe Ancient Order ot i i.itod V orkmen will be established in t'l ,inirwon. AI- A. I- Fay and wile hare left An¬ sa, mey go w Aiuaquarqne to ro- .in aw bile. i'h, Preacoti Miner nays that ,,lfnv Tritle is sstHaienllj'iU to re- .in in lied. lostoffire has been estaMigiieil at : ;. la. Apache oJuatr, with Charles , Wil :.s postmaster. fii.- .-team fioarios; milk of Mr. E. X. are runmuK niRht and day to sap tue reat demand for floor. i- tli-1 President would go to Pheuix --.ul f Jaekonville, lie might have 'il;ox instead of tbe malaria. . --iJVst son of the lato Judge JIc- is ivmfckeeiw lor the mining .;,y at l.i?t2rorf, .w .uenco. tnnty seal of Graham Ooaaty in ., .,! S ilomouvill, where all oDiiiial its to its ...

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. — 8 April 1883

Weekly Citizen. SUNDAY, AVRlh 8. 1RS3 Local Intelligence. CUT. OVEKTOX. There are thirty-focr prisoners iu the county j mi. dpt. SIcOnffwty writes highly - per. eonal letter. March coo oat like lamb nnd uo lion about it E. J. Elzy will call at this office for in¬ formation that will be acceptable. SoloBwnville, tho county seat of Gra ham county, rnnt8 competent hotel keeper. JIr.Theo.l-. White, one of the great stockmen of Arizona, has returned from California. Ilr. M. T. Campbell, of Myers district, tag returned from a month's visit to San x rancieco. Sam Baron, of Tombstone, was mar- ned to Miss Hannah Levy iu San Fran t-isco on March 27th. Cspt. Dougherty has received orders ;..taEe uo Indian prisoners. Tins will make the Indians laugh. The question now is not what ure we 1 1 do with the Indians, but what are ' hey EOUijr to uo with us. i"ie Silver Bdt does not waut a wagon .ad to Tneeon. It prefers the dry, old roundabont route to Willcox. Mr. V. 11 Hooper has purchased one- 'Au...

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. — 15 April 1883

3 WEEKI VOL -XIII. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY", ARIZONA TERRITORY. SUNDAY, APRIL 15. 1883. NO. Hi Weekly Citizen. H.C B30WS, W. W. HATWARD. Sssetarr ana Hunger. Be CiUzbi FfiBliBi & PattishiM Co. lOUIS : f i V mil I nJJi'nth ADvasTisiNe hates: ;urtv an tuif tiun.... v e&eh gafanqnat iasertioa.. OFFICE : j; U14 Congress Street. The Saa Francisco Daily Exchange, in referring to nriich wbioh havo ap¬ peared in Arizona papers, says that tbo "press is complaining bitterly of the inefficiency of the military in that Ter¬ ritory." fi 00 . 1 ss , 535 Tlvson continues to hold her place as iui icdicg city of the Territory, and is :v nag faster thau ever. Vt plucked somestalksot new barley 'rv'jisjme bundles at Chan Tin Wos i,'i'di.y which measured five feet in i4E leading cities of the east are now ; j.r.-oiog the dibagrt. cable duty of i;.g mayors, rurtunately xucson j i-rformed that duty, and will beox- il.ra season. i Lave good Indians in Arizona ns r . bud. The Fapagos, who haTe llr t n ...

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. — 15 April 1883

U EEKJL7 CITIZEN. DAY, APRIL 15, 18K Cmmr has Moored the services oa.fi. A. Unlove, thweity.wfao lahilwlti to ita editorial columns jUwokl(ef the news departasent ng personal knowledge of Mr. Man- aa a concise, clear mad forcible wri- o some of th leading journals of Sast, we io aot hesitate to speak of as a writer ot mora than ordinary ty. The Cram has been some- indebted to Mr. ltanlove tor its rial matter tor some time past, and elieve that he haa filled the position le satisfaction of ita readers. Toe warn never ia a store prosperous itaon never stood on firmer ground it does to-day. It is the intent! e menage, rs to make it sock paper ill be sought after for its news and tnlity throughout the entire Terri- It will not oaly labor for the interest aeaon and Pima county, bat for the oat of Arizona. It will advocate legitimate enterprise in the id t of the people, but it will not riogiy lend its Mpport to hamate or doubtful Mtorprise of kind whatever. It will favor the liag nf rail...

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. — 15 April 1883

J VEKKLr Citizen. si -shay. APRIL In, 1SS8 Loral Lmcllitjcncc. t , v.- J-rsartaat va as be reereaatsed. T H Hnevn. t the rViannrit is ta Use dAf. j i., ,.ir. at n muiuao. hmm ettjr. 1' l. jtunH aa eeae to Nta Fraa- A OK EAT EXTKKI'KISi:. - . tuii wuaH lite to kwt f torn 0wti 1 v r-i-l I-t wl tat futfillj are op from Mas j ..i.als are bxinlse to 11(7 tsseir ImW-ufi ,f- na oannot please bar Irish ettlgeMe, .. hi'' trjr it. , z,!.nkie arei Manfca! Ttdladl are Mel- .A jr ii. Phenix, - x,.n.'iry. jr.. kM pie to Camp Haaebaea ir i, rli-new. -...... ,sli"f w- frees la "front" or ra.Se is is favor t taeaMtea. 1 1 V.'.r very e l'siitr- c . S JtOiii Want t Cuaiaiae eoaatr. Was r. neeilJ far aaVer two. p. . ..i mill "f Mr. K. N. Kwk hs said to bo r . - s .ipiulilr- r ' Bloat. ..ujil dollar!) at all the o nana ay .-unty Ut baUd redaetaesi wnb. i I. s.-.i.:nui!- and Mass &sdie nV4s were raar- . ..in-tn oa TaM-daj-aMaunic. S, vi-n.. -! kraieera are ia tae tf. leokisg at A, . .is K.lrm.Uwtw fo...

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. — 15 April 1883

Weekly citizen. SUNDAY, ATOIL. 10. 1SS8 Local Intelligence. The troops are still wailing for orders. IrelmnTs court of dernier resort is dy¬ namite. Graham ooonty warrant soil at 95 cents. A koo3 painter is wanted ia Sit. Johns, Apache County. The new arrivals at the betel are very light just now. V. JL Griffith, the veteran stage man. has) returned from l'henix. The narrow gauge railroad will be commenced in a very short time. Tho Tombstone amteK threaten to visit Tucson with their "Pirates of l'eu- -.snce.'" Air. V. J. Uohertv h been awarded the contract for bniWing the city hall and engine bouve. The-Tombstone peofJe lisve eeeurod one hundred I'apago braves for seouls to hunt Apache. Court Beoorter E.- W. Itiska" has a iew type writer which he manipulates with snrprisiDg rapidity. Mr. B. F. Bivine has tpeeimew of silver ore from one of bis mine id the Cababi dWriet which away S&f)00 per lea Mr. E. X. Fieh'e new block at the c jrner of Main and Pennington street, will be two s...

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. — 21 April 1883

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL XIII. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY-, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1883. NO. H BROWN, W. W. HATWAKD. MldEt. secretary and Minxgtr. f: uilizcE Prinling& PalJlislimg Go. TKSXV : ' I JI..r. JM. ADVXaTIBIKS SITES: .-, Sjusre SMinwrtMl I .c !!- M,'J ob"IBMt insertion So. 314 Congress Street. . SO 1 25 STICK TO THE RECORD. Th? Secretary of the Interior would ,.-a with most power in causing IV r. a ft. THE BECONSTRDCTED SOUTH. At the close of the late war, it was be¬ lieved by many that thorough recon- strnction would not take place m the South until a new generation 0f iMjonle should prow up, who had not been tainted with the slavery question, and who had learned from a different school than that from which their fathers hud drawn their political inspirations. But the wople of the South have wrought better than the North expected better than they thenisolvee had hoped for or oould believe. Prond anii-it-.! tlmv - rem .vai. ui u.iuj ubs ue were they con d no...

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. — 21 April 1883

Weekly Citizen. BAIlRDAY. - - APRIL 21, 1SP2 The Fresidoat is having a fine time fishing on the Akoebobee; he has already Kuded a six poood b-s. Secretary Ciandier dies not take much interest in 'casting fly; it is believed however, that he will take a more active part, when they begin on tbe alligators. The Crriicx in speaking ot mines in Cababi Jn-tnet, yesterday, stated that "the ore will away tip in the thousands, and the dumps at the mine has a large qitntityof like grade ore." The Cm I en should have stated that Mr. llivins informed as that the ore would "assay- in the t hoc winds, etc" Them seems to be no end to Demo¬ cratic timber for Prestdantial candidates n w. Tilden is a live corpse again; Mc¬ Donald of Indiaaa and Denver of Ohio ar. also apokaa of in connection with the Presidency. It is not a very dim cult matter to find candidates, bat to find one tb-ey oan elect is quite another tuing. Thkxk are two hundred and fifty men employed in laying track on the Atlan¬ tic .It...

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. — 21 April 1883

"WEEKLV CITIZEN. jjTrBHAY. - - - APRIL 21. 1RS3 Local Intelligence. i ke-p tbeir eoasoieaces ia perpetual busi- Ar.- tjtk t snMnl re viral .lams ! ce. .- .th tbe city seems to be to the east- , ! southward. - . I- !::'- wrv ln Soootti hs iAnOyrM stivers T. tfiat dirweliOtt. -, n tields ap sad down the Santa Cruz -..'-ssi.mc ami temptta. ; fcijinl Baas: has declared a seaii- . 1 vi 1, nl t T i eent- j ..rs ourdltbe are la favor with pj son6 of .lBKmaires. Jhn Maasfiekl willed aH bit projw ,s ..Id partner. Con ltjnn. it harmony of proportion in the con- . ,- ,,f &U things save betel bash. Ki'Wc l"1"1 Cumpaaj will becin the - ..' ihrir works within a lew air. -i at the Ada miee in tlie Sasta Cata- . .-.S m Kod sbaoo to start up. . , j,.ath arrt experwaae with tibaeeo ' ,.: roes him to "ekw tbe bitter end of r gardeners oa tba Santa Cruz Ut- . , in raisiac wj oaine TeeetaUHi ef ,i bsautit al Sowars, crown in Tacsoa, sold atsat the streets in nicely ar- ' ,UflS. .vp are Terr searee 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. — 21 April 1883

Weekly Citizen. SATCliDAY, - . APBIIi 21, 1882 Local Intelligence. I bore are but nre prisoners in the eitj- Jnji. FAsajsr refort besiness rather Quiet at pres¬ ent. Charleston 1 said to be eejeriac a bonnosj boom. The eaptrlr of labor in Tucson at present far exceed Use demand. The Total Wreek mine flapped ten bars of ulTerbaUaoaua Monday. ('. It Wore, tke Caap street aetayer. has col¬ lect! a aabiaet of ora said to be the finest in tbecit). The broker trade in Mexican dollars has taller: oS more tfean one basdrwl tier cent, within the past montti. Samuel Partly, of Turns, was indicted for fe. my by too United States Grand Jury in llte- lux, last week. Mow bniarihig taapniTemeots are in rTotrrws at present ii tke Barrio Libre tban at any oas time before donee the pom year. Mr. D. F. Hodcet baa been appelated Depoty Sheriff, and mil take the Said and "stand up" the people for asset tine proposes. Oen. Albert I "ike h in El Paw orcaairici a Consistory of Thirty -Seonad Degree Mason. ...

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 April 1883

WEE VOL XIII. TUCSON. PIMA COCXTT, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATI'RDAY, APRIL 28, 188. NO. 15 Vhekly Citizen. a, o BBOWX. Tresi .out. W. W. IIATWAKD. Srtry aaA Manager. jitizdn PriufiK & FiMiskiK Co. Vnr V lh ITFTHIM KATBS - Mirv tirrt tmwiia , Of, tWli U OFFICE !MAQ.NETKJ STORMS. Of late years oyolenes is the oa&tarn States have a traded much attention It is omimed by -some tbat thir visit j are more iramirnnK and more dustruot- , ive than formerly, while other insist j tbat owing to the telegraph which f reaches every section of the eonutry, a 1 7C i wn complete record in tarnished, and j that the rapid settlement of the oouh 2 try ami more numerous population has increased the possibilities of ' fatality THEN AND NOW. .Agawamthat uatne sound familiar, let us see, ah! now wo hare it. But it w a kng time since we have seen that j name, a long time since we first rend the , history , f "King Philip's war." ami when we (-aw the uaeie, a the residence of some of our Eastern tounst fr...

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 April 1883

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, a run. 36, isre riKK-OT rages in Arkansas, bnt it i not so dtingeroaw as tne gwien-ey that rages in Chicago. j It w believed that Peer Tynaii, the alleged -No. 1," of tht Munis Pork murderers, 'K Ne York. The Presoott Democrat has strain changed its name. It wQl hereafter be known a tbe Arizona Journal. Thb dude in much Kmght after by city reporters of Fastain journals, mid tbey do not tail to gtve him an aitwig oil every posible Daxiel Cckuk, one of tb Fhojoix Park murderer, has been sentenced to death. One try one tbe murderers of Burke and Cavendiah are broaght in and made to suffer the extra penalty el the lav. The Supreme Court of Iowa has af¬ firmed the aneonetrtotkmalitj ot the prohibition amendment to theoonstitu- tion of tbe State ot Iowa on the ground ot irregularity in the adoption ot the amendment. OoiosAiM. not to be outdone by tbe more ambition States of tbe Eai, hud a eyokw last week, aocompanied by rain, thunder and lightning, winding up rUh...

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 April 1883

weekly Citizen SAirUOAY. - - - APRIL 23. 188S Local Intelligence. ;,er!! l"' kK"' man assessing trip . , B,ut nen part "f tie county, ami will proba- Ta,i- tVd ww caned ymterday. It mtf wn- rai hwidsd one. and in left at bis nnif unknown friend. ;t-swberrws atv qsiie plentiful in this market - d t' d rtsuiy tlf at fntcn thie to firar bits iT ' retail- New r"! cherrits retail for four ia -tend crowing quite rapidly into a Soar , ,j. ittlctown. Tbe largo area of airrienltnr- i ix .tic Hwicht under cultiTatioa oa the . r ,. t nr that place, wiil giro it new life rli"I- V, k Waltnath has bn in the city for a day .-t- :ut nag deTelHrtneU a tluurishing Tery ' ...nlr. d that the Jwe )entoa mill i , ,.ut tha bullion in o.id quantities. T, 1'' : ix tlwral" es that it exiwcts to hear ,w, itis.-ii of Xansoia eeunty baiMise ., .i. I'm. to -bow tbem how to prpTeflt ..- wnrs of ue Sasta Crux from kinking , ' artli to Veep from work. Vr W Hi receiTMl a telegram thin asern- , f- Yw Vork annoujieing...

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 April 1883

Weekly Citizen. 6ATCEDAY. - . A.VML 23, 1S?2 Pbeaix want reductuiu werke. Ioe retail, m TboOouatv Assessors! amkiw: C-1 head¬ way vrhu ttmir work. Thereto rice "' works, on Corral .tree. Bear Convent, me I enlarged. Tbw. were six hirib 1 three d"! r-eonVed at the Grtbrdie chares define the pest A hul JsUy Dr odWrf the SmMK UdUrtia has Um started is S MueuO, Ne Msxico. Seme people think the hostile Afck are reUi.: to l almost m ld as the white ieople. TbstnK Kb m PntaM la Total Wek is cow under the marts wnverrt af Mr. Ibeua Bueae. No- that tbt Indian miMmt tuwaeisterl dmi: anxn ire Suing out ud wMrBUi: to tbe TbeRcstaaexcasTviuB party fanud Taoson t a mare mnnottae place than they hl sup- jxed rt to be. It a Ms waar a nit at Be ctotae it does pot mwrnirili fallow MWku told a mine aid ant UV) manir. Tha SoMUiAB Fw will hi its next issue, publish a sisah. saili devoted esi-ectallr to Anxcra and h mines. A nnre'e Intaar from Wiiaiuglnn eoavey the ibf.Matioa that JnaTnet-Tsulmm .ixpexUt...

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. — 5 May 1883

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL. XIII. TUCSOX, PyiA COUNTY", ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, MAYS, I8S3. NO. 16 Veekly Citizen. I c BROWN, W. W. HAY WARD. pruU'st. Secretary aoi Miaoger. ne Ciiiza Prilling & PnDHshi&E Co TKBJCS : rwiw.. giiMuotlm.- XirwJIo-ths pvxTlsi.sQ bates: Pa i-qusr- first iasertioQ.... ............. I 3ft QeSgare, each bwiHet in rtioa 2 S No. 314 Congress Street. .. tsuo .. US Thk Exchange f San Francisco is a sharp thorn in the side of the Examiner, inJ is proving very "worrysom to the old jade. Senator Anthont is suffering from Bnght's disease of the kidneys compli¬ cated with heart disease. Ho is regard¬ ed as in a very critical condition. A Maine alining company has paid its firt dividend. A Cjurt ordertsl it dona Tne money, $2,000. goes to a man who pot hart while working for tLe com¬ pany. The Hawaiian Minister has had an interview with the director of the mints requeetfug tbe United State to ooin the raoiiey of that kingdom and the request has been gra...

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. — 5 May 1883

Weekly citizen. M UKDAY. MAT 5, ISPS ' MMsomsntintheStarBowteteiuk, wi be doted this week, by Attorney Qi iral Brewster, when the caae will go t" be jury. The trial has been tedKHK- ai I til country will be glad to see it di poed of either the one wy or tbe ot T. " v!Mrted "Thunderbolt" train, or pot on the Atehiaoa, Topeka and S. ate Fe ralrosd tietween XutM City hi 1 Denver, has been pat oh again. I I is train .was run for sometime last yt ir and was one of tne most popular in th ' West, and will be welcomed baek by tb i traveling pablio. Tu Star, in uitm reported" items save t at two-t'.inta of the names on tbe pe¬ tit on published in the Cms wer W itts by omebody else." We le va to aay that they were all "written ; somebody else." We haw the orig¬ in J list, ana there is no use of any of tt parties trying to wiggle oat of it T e list is open to inspection. Gull ai I see yon" signature. Fn Star says "the pablio school b Mine will. "wthose in si m, appearance and utility." If it d...

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