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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 9 June 1883

7 WEEKLY CITIZEN. - JUXE 9. 18S3 Local Intelligence. Tne beat of hummer has finally come. l'ars" Till cdebrato tho Fourth of trail's show which way the Council bio- The Mission ttoorifir mills will soon in.nie3Ct 1W Bauwii iMircfc mu. i. JS gi warm that oveu tha tlieu seek lV,,i .juurter nud fan themselves with 6 triai". n,e Hoard ot Supervisor haTe Jjied School District Xo. 10, at Crit trnuVa. i Krwuiau has lieen uppoiutud fecretarv of tha linnuo Coach and L.aucl i ;- s lid that CisHptnau, the informer n, -ur tVo-KMi rowt.TV matter, Us- slap- ..-lilie town, i i .,. a- fire company uvtui-iiruiiiiized. . . xr.-Athez is hot enough for a half- H n oompumee. Tne winter a supply of coal is n grnte it! r's c'ld jui.t now. Four large dark epots are now visible ,,. tin- face tbe suu They can he eu through smoked glass. Jiidse 1$. II- Herefonl and Collector S. V. i"isber have been visiting tho Gila Bend canal and tho oily of Phenii. ; he llkins-Peareon block promises t . be one of the most 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. — 9 June 1883

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, JUNE 9. 18S3 Local Intelligence. The Board of Health report no sick¬ ness in the city. The sleeping car can rnn as fast as the wide-awake engine. For the month of May the city police made ninetr arrests. The city hall is promised to be finish¬ ed by the-Mtu instant. One death from yellow fever has been reported from lirownhville, Texas. The electric light masts have arrived, and will soon be placed in position. The building improvements in Tncson the past year have been over S30U,- OOS. It is a little Tucson for real warm weather, but Yuma look for it in a few wee as. E. Iu Wetmore made a fifty-pound silver brick for one of his patrons a tow days since. The FmaUiniT workB company is going right ahead with their proposed building and perfecting their plans. J. W. Daris. of Bsddington, has ten dered his resignation to the Board of Supervisors as justice of the peace of 1'recincto. JU- The item in the Fhenit Herald on .Tnn 1st: "Present your bills early and of...

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 June 1883

ARIZONA WEEKLY IZEN". VOL XIII. TUCSON. PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1833. NO. 22 Vkeklv Citizen. tiuuk : -.- Y:ir i xM.sHl"- ..Months. ADVERTISING HATES: .-,. vinai. tir-t iortin u r- f 1 1 c ; No. 31 Congress Street. , SO) . US 1 2S THE EFFECT OF THE INDIAN WAR. The bnueful affects of the Indian troubles uKn Arizona are great Min- ,iu; men. stock men, anilines, in lact ill the people suffer in consequence of it. Tuousauds of dollars would have Men invested iu mines in Arizona this ,,g: which now will not be, owing to the IaJian troubles; hundreds of new .vttle ranches would hnve been opeued a? aal stocked with oattlo but for this ,mu5i'. The same may be said in regard to AirricuHure, while perhaps the latter suffers least of all oar industries, mainly vv.si to the fact that moat of the ngri- cultural lands of Arizona art) remote from the country raided by Apaches. it i true that only . the sortth- ritera partwn of the "Vrritorywhas been raided, ana tnat peace...

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 June 1883

Weekly otttzf.xj a nsrrcL man. W.V t . mi.uo.v. i au iiji;a,ui -1 eUI ajilli, Hilly (SATURDAY, urn I IF 3 "1 it 1 THE NARBOW GAUGE. The Silver Belt in discussing tho question of building s railroad from Tacson to Globe, savg that snob a road "li is tho elements, geographically and financially, of a oorrect scheme and n eo'ind business proposition," but it would have the road of broad gauge, and continued through to Celabasas. Tho Belt gives us to understand that "if we build a narrow gauge road and neglect the Colabasas connection. Ben¬ son will proSt by Tucson's folly. It the editor of tho Star has enough intelli- g? ucj to study a railroad map of this c mtiucut for a little while, and enough i, ..:e?ty to favor a good scheme, and the c !'tor of the Citizen will use the com- u-u sue wtuob. his paper shows that L" possesse, they will be doing the p -pie of thoir own burg and thin, a fserv.ae." We are glad to receive good 1 I vice from any quarter, especially from tae Belt, which hit...

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 June 1883

WEEKLY CITIZEN; JCXE 1G. 1P3 A 1UD KOOSTEIl. Mill line hut down Local LMcliigcuco. Tj,e fireciea will hold a uieetiDi; lo- I ts Angles liaJ quito a henyy iih-wer f rn Xbe l1 twtfr -hf C'J" 'ia' 9 raP jS y uai"i aunjo. ijuanJ liear Altbln Daverue sin? to- .It st Levin's park. D-oweJ beef is Milling at 8 cents per jn,atil m Lus A w3pyran y fr repairs. r,tI.ii)iAiitl!Katiiiiil Bmk luT-p'-ie-l for baiiness. 1. D. Otis i C j. received a oarlond of f -Ul.il CnJU tun u.uiuuk t Vrvk mine bUipped 24 bars of . ' N.tierds? from l'autaiio for New i-..-- rrtics "om 1ie U!jtry reioitHH -ujuai iii"1'K'r ' younc quail this rffJ-- Mned In Los Aaseles, CaUJune 1 :"vS3, Mi" B. L. Erun and C. T. thermometer stoud yesterday ea muiimum, 105 degrees; rcini- s5a,&' decrees. i, t. j ) SJisat was fined $4 this oy ltecorder Meyer for being irzS ami disorderly. i Jcw lod.'e of tbrt Ktiiphta of p.t-ms ill be instituted m Bcnbou ,.setime next week. m W Stewart and wife, of Will- ro ure- l . it- i . . .. r.-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. — 16 June 1883

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY, - - - JUNE 10. 18S3 Local Intelligence. Juhl hoir food this crndmiris over. The north wing ot FiBh'a Hour mill is receiving an extra story. It is not true that policeman hare more brass than reporters? The postoffico building is receiving a fresh coat of plaster outside. Cosmetics will go out of style after the electric lights are turned on. The sight of onions in the local mar¬ kets is enough to make one weep. Jadge Ferguson is recovering from the effects ot the bite from Mr. Kntz's dog. The new receiver, Mr. De Long, of the Frescott Land Office has arrived in Pres- cott. Excavation is progressing rapidly on the cellar opposite the Cosmopolitan hotel. An Albuquerque paper got Schaben's name Shuije. That is good enough for a telegraph operator. There is only one thing bigger than a Lob Angeles girl's foot, and that is the pedal extremity of a Papago Indian. Sacramento, Cal, is the boas place; a dry goods merchant has started a free lunch counter. Let Tucson...

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 June 1883

wu ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZE VOL. XIII. TUCSON. PIMA COUNTY", ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1883. NO. 23 Weekly Citizen. r fi lO .. . M .mh- t (H . M-nth 1 72 tUVKATtSlMi HATS: - iUare, tir- ineertion l 2S -,s im.r-. each ab-juwit ineertuis S 25 OFFICE : 314 Congress Street. SOURED BT DISAPPOINTMENT. Pitze John Porter is evidently losing that equal poise and Rood judgment that has attended him for years past, under circumstances which must have been very trying to one of his ambitious nuture. For years he has made the j most persistent efforts toseoure restora¬ tion to the army. Last ear General Grant came to his support, and strongly urged his oane, and for a time it looked as though Porter would succeed. Sen THE REAV1S ORA.ST CLAIM. a:--, the larjd grant man, is trv. r . u Tk op a boom for his claim by I ator Logan, t'hairman of the .Senate :.sUiuk newspaper articles in the j Committee on Military Affairs, however.. DONT THINK MUCH OF CROOK'S CAUPAION. I OUR POOTINO STATESMEN....

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 June 1883

weekly citizen. SATURDAY, - JUNE 23, 18FS BADKBSS IK THE AESIT. It seems that army officers in and about Washington are "raisins; the very old 11 wk;" scarcely a vreok josses but soma sew developments unfavorable to the character of army officers are brought out. But a short time ago Colonel Xickcrjonj siruptously end as is alleged fraudulently obtained a divorce from his wife, who was absent in Europe, and inimodiaiely married another woman. Major Wasson. pay¬ master in the army, and a gradunte of West Point, tamed up a defaulter to a iarge amount. During the past week .: her scandals of even a more serious nature have become the town talkof Washinirtoa, whioh seems to be the place above all others where the army omoert- fall into bad habits. The oflieers have 11 club ro Jin in Waahtngtan; it is quite a tony affair, and of course it costs something to keep np -h membership, and do the things that become necessary to be done in order to take a high social position in the dab. First ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 23 June 1883

"WEEKLY CITIZEN. - JUKE 23. 1RS3 Local Intelligence. ivretsrv H. Van Arnam s in San Francisco. Silver King mine is to le lighted with eltftricii- Walnuts are retailing in Tucson for J, wets per pound. He lo'Ii number r the llrilif.li Ency- ; j.iMia l tieing ueuvureu. if.f Hall is building n tenement , jnse a the Buoll addition. Ti cv has been b good rainfall for the Jt Ihroe Jays id the Santn lutus. Ti Electric Light company are retching their circuit wires to-day. i ir.i Stnrr. the real estate chief. , ,rtn ami times in his department. y, J. Sullivan, contractor and builder . "- !-..tic on a busines visit to Pres¬ et hn had some rain already, . j vre mav look fur it hrre in i few What hasSu Peter done that the ninst pal-"" name oi cams smium ui-nr uis tkCir. 1 siiij.meut o! Fourth of July goods jlsie-n received at the Pioneer book Xui pnlice court has turned over 400 t tUe city "reu8ur7 ll,r uei inipoteu j7u9 far this montlt. Srm r Don Luis Torres, governor elect ! S. nira, passed ...

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 June 1883

OA lm "-amW.' A t Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY; i.. "IJ 1 111 n 'fa i I &4 I IK it. ui, IN 1 - JUKE 28. 1888 Local Intelligence. Hob. 1. .T. BoUn is in the city shaking band with tbe boy. A little bird whispers that there is a marriage to take plce this week. The too Apaohti econU, .Tim ami Mu- ohaisbo, have rotnrned to Fort Hunelm- cs. The electric light mast by the Has polo os the court house dome makes '-old trlorr pSAr at halt meat. Hoc M, W. Stewart now at WilVaoi, having returned from a visit to friends is "iaa rrancueo and other points. A apeeial term of the district oourt of i he firat judicial dwtriot has been or- ii-rea tor Orahaai county tor the 30ih lcstaat. Mea&n. Cobler and Swauwiek are moating with Sue aoeeean iu iJwpoeint: f a large edition of their directory in I mbstoae. I be firm of Poach ZellweRer bav; been diuolvetl, end Georse Iweli tnll oonthnie the bom new of the meat mar¬ ket at heretofore. Two U. S. land patem bearintr the entograph of President Arthur,...

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 June 1883

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZE VOL. XIII. TUCSOX, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1883. XO. 24. Weekly Citizen. Or Ym 5 11 Su Month. J 00 T'eMnth8 175 ADTEHTI81SO HATES: Square, first insertion I JS t Cf Sqo&ns each pabMHjuent inwrtioa.. . 2 & OFFICE : No. 314 Congress Street. BADLY MUDDLED. Tbe Cmic is at a loss to understand loK a journal con oue dny assume the pjjitiou that "no lasting peace can ever ttt looked for in Arizona until tbe Apaches are removed ;" and then, in the course of a few days, take tbe position was born (weepiug); honorably born, eiir it. i wish i was twenty yearn younger and not holding a position of trust, no man should Hay anything dif¬ ferent to mo without regretting it." Iheoldmun should learn something by this bit of court experience, knowing tnat he "was carried away" as he calls it, "when he was a loy," he should have known that such things will be brought up in after years, if they can ihi used (.garnet him. LET CROOK HAVE THEM. A nu...

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 June 1883

Weekly Citizen." SATURDAY, JUKE 80, 18?8 THE CAPTB&ED CHIRWAHDAS. Tho Son Francisco Chronicle of the 25th instant has an article on the dispo¬ sition ot the Chiricabuas that contains eomo points that wdl be likely to enter into the consideration of that question at Washington. The governor of So¬ nora having dropped some expressions on the Apache question to tho effect that Mexico might hare something to say about future raids into that fctatc ia case they are put on tho San Carlos reservation and again escapo into the Sierra Madras. The Chronicle discusses tho question aa follows: "While it is time that the Governor of Honors can no more dictate to or shape the pcfliey of the central Government of Mexico than the Governor of California can that of Washington, it must be ad¬ mitted that his view on this subject is sound. These Indians are claimed by the United States Government as its wards. They are 'well known to be dan¬ gerous to the peaes of Mexico. It is the duty of the Uni...

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. — 30 June 1883

1 weekly citizen. SATURDAY. - - - JPXE 30. 1SS3 I Local Intelligence. The Fourth ot July will bo next Wod- nesJay. ;aw potatoes are selling at $!i.00 per hundred ffuu The ilnvs have oommouced to grow shorter Mid wanner. Fresh fi and cherries are retailing at thirty cents per ponnu. t rcntlemaa from Yuma thinks ot itsrtmi; a soap factory in Tucson. Some choice home-raised apricots ore f..r 6aio in toe local renin msncu. rhe mirhts now are very cool und "lessant. renderinff sleep refreshing, The Tucson Ice company are shipping rr 1 0X) nounds of frozen comfort dMly The sessions ot the district court are held m the probate court these warm afternoons. The Electric Light company promise t'unr new illuminating power by the lurtli-f July. Vn extensive lire was raging in the Sierritas, near the old Gerro Colorado camp, yesterday. From the court house tower the old Mission church of San Xavier can be seen very plainly. The bttotpeya ot Joseph Casey have advised him not to allow any more int...

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 June 1883

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. ... JUKE SO. 1SS3 Local Intelligence. BWssings on the man who first invent¬ ed ice. Tke Wandering Jnh is in the Taqui country. Is there any bunting displayed when a jury is waived: The San JJafael ranch has h?d an abaodanee of rain. AVstermekiriB are in market, but are quite Hlrery in tUeir taste. A ptmpectmc party is out-fitting for a trip to toe sierra Jladree. Eighteen miners on the Gunsigbt mm are at tlie Urond Central. Toabatone is going to whoop up its patriotism on the tourtn of Jury. The Chinese vegetable peddlers are selliBC a tirst-class variety oi greon corn. A larrjre number of miners are in from Ganaicht. cwnitin? Darment of thoir wages. Tucson whisky makes snakes look like burros at 3 a. m-, especially if one is go¬ ing by the court house plaza. The Pearson block is receiving the second storv in brick, and presents a pleating and creditable appearance. Sir. L. C. Hujhes has sold seven acres of land jast north of town to tne An zona narrow g8Ug...

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. — 7 July 1883

' 1 1 Tk vr-i"i"TSi. ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL. XIII. TUCSON, PI3IA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JULY l, 1883. NO. 25. Weekly Citizen. teems : IVr Tear fl 00 jj, j Months. SOJ jtreeMorthm 17C abtiatisino um: One Sjnf . t"rt insertion 1 53 t neS0ATs eli uU-tuont insertion 3 25 OFFICE : No. 314 Congress Street. FLOODS ON THE MISSISSIPPI. It looks as though some portion of the country along the great father of vrstere was suffering from floods pretty such all the time. Last spring the 3,xl was general on the loner Missis¬ sippi, where many thousands of people for the toe being, ero rendered home- jes4 and a vast territory of country in- nested. Last spring Arkansas suf¬ fered severely again from floods, and niw the Missouri is playing havoc on the lowlands from the mouth of the &aw to the Mississippi on the Missouri, and on the Mississippi from Alton to Cairo The town of Harlam, opposite Ej.is.ij City was inundated, sod almost iropnl&ted; thousands of farmers along ri...

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. — 7 July 1883

WEEKLYCITIZEN. 8 VTUtiDAY. JULY 7. 1883 EEbOUECis or abizona. The Citizen- is glad to seo the- terri¬ torial press take an interest in the resources of Arizona and lay them be¬ fore the pablic. The press of the terri¬ tory can do more to build np Arizona by letting the outside world know what we have, where our tibered lands can be be found, where there are good stock ranches to be had, and where agricul¬ tural lauds are located, than all other jneHU combined. The Silver Belt is publishing a eerie of articles showing op the resourcess of that section of the territory through which the Arizona Mineral Belt railroad will pass. The Pnenix Gazette is f urnishing articles on theniriieultural tesonrces of central Ari¬ zona, while the Herald and the Prescott papers eonUiu much Talnable informa¬ tion alont the mines in their respective localities. We trust the press of the terri¬ tory will continue to speak of what we have, rather than what we do not possess. The more we examine into the re...

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. — 7 July 1883

WEEKLY CITIZEN. S.VTCUDAY. JULY 7. 18?2 Local Intelligence. THE POURTII OF JULY. I Tim H-l,.!..... w... 1 n T.' - I 7 . Park. There was n Yankee dade-1 dandy. Th; Board of Supervisors wore audit- ins aooouuts tOHlay. Xh scaffolding has been taken down from the new bell-tower. WatermelonH are being retailed on tho streets at cents apiece by Alexicaas. The clondy weather has materially re- dnci-d the temperature for tho past two Jays. The walls or Pearson block are all up for tho second story. The building is a credit to the town. O. Albertoni &. Co. have painted u hfe size picture of Judge Meyer. The (estates of our worthy recorder are re¬ produced true to life on the canvass. Mavor O. M. Strauss went to Hermo- si'lo. Sonora, to-day to assist in the for¬ mation of a syndicate under Mexican lavs to operate in tha bonora coal helds. A special freight train of ten bos cars t ijetuer wuu me engine, was wrecaea at i'apazo station ou the morning of the Fourth. Tho east-bound passenge t...

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. — 7 July 1883

.J, Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, - JULY 6, 1883 Local Intelligence. Hit Juh is a oopper eolor. Tfeu nawcitv lull will be completed by tbe 16(fa int-' Tbeteraiof tbe District Court will olose July Frank H. Boras has sold out tho City MurkM to William Sholderer. A 900 f"ot rte8ia wall lias been buo- oeaatally bored at Soabretillo. Mr. J. P. Gabriel of Florence, is ly- ii)r vmy daneroorfy ill in this city. Quite a number of tbe miners at Total Wreck have been discharged. BirttedethB and marriages are notic¬ ed rarely in our Territorial exchangee. On Saturday a lady residing in the snbariM killed a rattlesnake having eight rattles and a button. OapiainT. J. Caddy bas been elected i-biei ol the Los Angeles police, rice Henry King, resurned. Tbeeleetric light company ere busy puuing op their lamps m stores and at t&oliiug the oirooit wire. The ebengo in railroad time applies only to the Central Pacific line, and not to tbe soatbern i'aeihc. Ikm Angeles recently shipped sixteen car-load? ...

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. — 14 July 1883

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL XIII. TUCSOXi.HMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JULY J 4, 1883. NO. Sr.. WTSEKLY CITIZEN. TEUMH : Ir fi 00 .TI..Mlh. JO) j t Months t ADVEATlRINa BATES: . . i-uuire. tirt luvortwn.... l . encb ab-iaAiit inrtion .... t; 35 OFFICE : Mo. 314 Congress Street. NOT MUCH EXTORMERS. Dennis Kearney is in Chicago. He icrjrmeJ a 1'itnes reporter that ho was t much of an admirer ot the men in Cji.forma who are agitating a lower rite f freight and fares on railroads. He sslne agitation against the railroads ;s ,-rnized by abont a dozen men, who u-e nonopolists themselves. They want ...Kvr freights and reduced fares, and say they must have them becaueo the 5 -rlingmen need them." "Reducing frthts and fares," says Dennis Rear- jv, "Jon t benofit the worker a bit It s the middlemen who do tho traveling siiJ ship the goods, and when the rail. r.-i-Ishave to cut down their rates they iut a 'wn the wages of their employees. George Hearst, who wants to go to Con¬ gres...

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. — 14 July 1883

Weekly Citizen. SAiUrtDA. JULY 14. 18S8 LAWLawSKEK-tx COLORADO. A. te rilde tragedy recently occurred in Ct-lorndo, in which two oommiesion- e-a of Grand county were killed and an¬ other coamieeKHKr and the county clerk were mortally vounded. The murder¬ ing was done ty a masked mob, and the tronble that led 10 the shooting was the result of no old fend dating back five yearn, when the county was oreated by act of the legislature aud the ooanty seat '.listed at Hot Sulpha r Springs. At an , tl cti"D held in 1SS0 the people by vote C'!bil the eonnty seat to Grand Lake. Iiic "Sp'infe" folks contested the re- lEMval and tbe ease was tried in the dis- t iet court and appealed to tbo Supreme C art Meea while animosity grewnp M irfn the two feotionf. which has oe u growing more latter from year to Tf j aud finally culminated on the 4th iSt. "Grand eonnty has three commission' c-.,Bney Day. B. G. Mills, and E. P. A .--a Majority of whom, Day and X:iS, were in favor of declaring tbe T.:e ll...

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