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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 14 July 1883

VKEKLY CITIZEN. IVf Intelligence. jlje 0 Jtl Fellows' initialled their offi¬ cers Isst night Work is bains: pushed rapidly on the inzona Narrow Gauge railroad. The Kniffht's Templar in Tucson are spawns to Cet ready to attend the L.nrlsve. TnC Arizona narrow gauge railroad fasaat cilteicn over its office on ("art street. , (jrecn watermelon will surely pro- colic, nt "p0 cuoumbers are 12,4 , iTl;e safe for the First National r t vn unloaded this morning on t .ress htreet. has a butcher who chops up . ..iKare according to time and tho ! tie f gamut. Thecitv zardentr complains that the vji htcr u killing the grass in the t-,3rt House plaza. Teari' iV block is having the rafters i r tiie jf put up, and it attracts con- f.Jernble attention. Watermelon- are getting to be numer- ., :3 tlie mirk-ts, retailing from 20 to "4nts. according to size. p-I Keicker will complete the survey tie "outh line of the San Carlos reer- rt-jn id about two weeks. I seat marble slab bearing the letters Pears...

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. — 14 July 1883

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY,: - JULY 14, 1888 KM 15 ! .1 IS Local Intelligence. Ascsyens report business dull. Maet,aite wood is fifty cents per burro back. The new aty ball is expected to bo occupied Bxt Monday. Strakr-Sh are nnusually plentiful in Silver take present. Xew YorH lodgoc with J.000 members. Two sew Fir Compnt A street. The top of died lour left btock City hue 700 Masonic boae carte tor the Tucson y hove arrived at tho depot. m being laid to the new en- ranmng out on to Uourt Unelc Ned's cranium, who was like some who get UrVl Mr. Albftrtoni. the artist, has com¬ pleted mi excellent pointing of the Italian hero, Garibaldi. rite height of the oorn-stolks at tho diflemut markets in town show that this is a good country for oorn. The Tucson ice company k ahippinR 1,000 pounds o( ice doily to Florence, roBMtone and outer pomte. Tooson is enjoying Oregon weather whien, coming in the midst 01 tao warm season, makes it tee more eDjoynuie. A rrivate telegram from CoL J. A. Zab-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. — 28 July 1883

r r ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL. XIII. Weekly Citizen. Tcaus: ivrYnr - IOD sulUnth. 3 00 'nit. Month 176 ADVIACTSISO rUTTS: ,1-0 first insertion 1 2. .!SdOre. f subsequent insertion 5 25 OFFICE : $o. 314 Congress Street DESIS KEARNEY A RICH MAK. After oil, Denis Kearney was not tho blatant fool that many men took him to tjf we nay believe his own' story tn, tJi in New York. He says "ho had 3?,000 worth of bouses, seTeral thou¬ sand dollars in bank and seTural thou. tsnJ dollars in the dray basiness before he ever epok in public" In 1877 and 1?7S Denis Kearney always nlade it a point in his speeches to refer to himself very poor, and as baring sacrificed liu business to att-nd to the working- sen's interests. It was a common cus¬ tom at the "Sand Lot" meetings to pass the bat aroand for Denis Kearney. Some of the San Francisco pa porn would like to see some of iis tax receipts for 1877. jLey seem to donbt bis story. The fact Denis fonnd ont that ho could talkt ja he took advantage of...

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 July 1883

Weekly Citizen SATURDAY. - - JULY 23. 1883 BIGGER THAN XAKDI GRAS. It has for rears been a custom among the leading cities ot the North to got up expositions of one kind or another, but, with the exception of St. Louis and Kansas City, nothing ot the kind has ever been gotten up in the South save the cotton exposition at Atlanta, Geor¬ gia, some two years ago, which proved far more successful than its projectors expected. This year Louisville is trying her hand at the oxposition business, and President Arthur has consented to open it. But it is not believed that the Louis¬ ville exposition will prove a very great financial success, because tho people of Kentucky, while they liko to boast of their hospitality, hold on to their purse strings tighter oven than the Yankee when asked to contribute to a fund for any public purpose. But it is now an¬ nounced that New Orleans will give us an exposition which will surpass any¬ thing ever undertaken in the South A committee of representative ...

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 July 1883

WEEKLY CITIZEN aATntUAY. - july as, isre Local Intelligence. jjjiijgtry ha returned home. aterinWot nre coming iiovn jirivv. li:vereiJe. Cal., bas incorporated, an i'lu-re is plenty of room in Tucson for ., in .-'tfU mill. The absent teeohers have another nw. tb to sty away. The Silver Bolt thinks that Globe h'''Jld l'aTe K re' lock-up. S,uie specimens of I'ima wheat ore on t-iii b'.tion at tue courtnonse. The electric licht men aro busy getting re ' r a etaa illumination. liie Plienix Herald reports the oxist- ,nce of smallpox m that town. lh L s Ancelos Times says Crook is re. dVJ ncam across the border. IL- l.lackletr. a cattie diseaso, has Ii-i. .) oat in lios Angolcs county. Xhe f of St Augmtine approaches. It will happen on the Jislh. proximo. Jli'iican wa run over by the cars :ni killed at jlarioopa on the IsJd ins: Chief of L'oliee Appel has been ap- rited a deputy united states Jlsr thai. The demand for iee bos dropped some junag tne cool weather of tho past few Emigrants 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. — 28 July 1883

Weekly Citizen SATURDAY, JULY 2S, 18?S Local Iutclli??eiicc. Beming has organised a vigilance committee. Cucumber retail three for ten cents in the market. Rev. U. Gregory has returned from his trip to Freacott. The lacuna raneh has beaa bold to T. Lultie-forSlSJU. Los Apgtitt w preparing tor the an nnai affooauarai fair. m. . ei -captive aexieaa women ara yet beld by Oo&anl Loaeli a X. Wore produced the first silver brink yeatorday bom the Blue Jay mine. The Silver City Citizen lias obanged proprietors once a week since it started. xne wuereaboota of A. Ji. leizel are wanted to be known bv his friends at Lardeboig. The railroad folks supply themselves with pure mountain water from the locomotives. A dry sold washer h amons the min- inr; curiosities on exhibition at GoL Mor¬ gan s aay of&os. Levin wishes it to be understood that the feast of San Aturustioo approaches, and that he is the manager thereof. General Crook had his valieo stolen from his car at Albuquerque while ad...

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 August 1883

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITX 1 r i VOL. XIII. TUCSON. PIMA COUNTY", ARIZONA TERRITORY", SATURPAY, AUGUST t, I $3. NO. 28. Weekly Citizen. Trans : .- Yar 5(0 S, Month. 3 CO 1',.- f Jlontlm 13 DVEATISINO BATES: I , . Suaiv. first insertion...... X 355 t rtf&jnare. each ibjnent mtertion 2 25 OFFICE : No. 314 Congress Street. EXTENT Or GRAZING LANDS IN ARIZONA. The grazing lands o! Arizona are estimated to embrace an area of 55,000,- acres, bnt thero being a scarcity of water in many localities we will reduco t us amonnt one-fourth or say to 40.0J0, ii 1 1 acres of grazing lands which can bo v.ihzed. It has been estimated that twenty acres per head, would be a liber- s allowance in Arizona, where wo have two rainy seasons and the grass it moro .rles green the year around. At this r..te Arizona is capable of supporting 2,000,000 head of cattle. The annuul increase from this number of cattle would not be less than 40 per cent or mkiKXI head of cattle annually. The p-eeeut price of cattle, it i...

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. — 4 August 1883

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY, - AUGUST 4. 18?3 NEW MEXICO AND AKI20.NA RAILROAD. Some two years ago, the Xew Mexico and Arizona railroad company, surveyed aline for a railroad from Calabasas to Tucson, which survey and profile when completed was placed on tile with the County Recorder of this county, and with the United States Land Office at Tucson and with tho Secretary of the Interior at Washington. Tho company has always stated that they would build this road, but they have delayed so long, that the. people of Arizona had about made up their minds that nothing would be done by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe company who ore the real owners of the road above referred to. Bat it appears they have not abandoned the project, but have actually taken steps to secure the money with which to prosecute the work. We learn from the Tombstone Republican that the com¬ pany, on Saturday, filed for record in Cachise county, a mortgage to "the Bos¬ ton Safe Deposit company for $15,000 a mile on al...

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 August 1883

Weekly Citizen. SATDKliA. AUG. 4. 18S3 Local Intelligence. Is l.Kn the "IxW-town ? lhek Martel, oi-depnty elierilT, is looal editor of ttie Jitor. I'resivtt -wants the next Triennial (.inolave hekl there ! jIIibiu 15. Iloiikina is very ill with an attack of pDeotnoBta. Ao rus are for 6.1I0 nt two bits per cuart m the looal markets. Watt-rmeloDs aro retailing from 15 to i-eut?-, aoeonlinj: to thoMze. TU're are about forty men employed at preeut in the railroad shops. The Papnso is like unto the dade inas¬ much m he iiarteth bis Pair in the mid- A type foundry''' agent's "patent out- fidt-""cluiins that Adam's surname was ivuitb. The soup factory has oompleted its first bat.'ii of laundry soap. It is a lirst-class article. The rM in the ynrds at the depot ;..ks very fine. It is uncut, and this is Hiia to be oue reason of its prosperity. iae Las Angeles Times sets even with the Western Associated press by pa ilishius n telegram verbatim, et litor- atum. et punetuatem. Little's Fluid Sh...

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. — 4 August 1883

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. - AUG. 4, 18S3 Local Intelligence. One IibK of 1888 is zone. The railroad ebojw employ about fifty men. A seeoad opinm outfit bw bean added to the bell tower nneeum. Heraowllo crapes, oi a passably fair tlavor, are in the looal markets. The rin tail Saturday night br Wet- mare's caage wue .10 of an inch. The saloons aad gamblers of this town are Unsj ami art) making money. A Tigilanee committee ought to bo formed for the extermination of doss. The new public school bnildioK is in process of construction by W. J. liongh- erty. Dare Gibaoe and Johnny Murphy are on a tonr of reoroatioB in the Santa Cat- alinae. It is said, that aU the Total Wreck miners brarRone to 31inas Prieto?, in Sapor " The Total Wreak bus closed its mill, and paid off ite mee, on orders from J ew York. An Indian soap root plant, apparently a speeies of eaotaf, is offered for sale in the looal markets. The smallpox is dying oat in Phenix Only four cases remain, and it is said they are oon...

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. — 11 August 1883

1 ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZE VOL XIII. TUCSON, PIMA COrXTV, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1883. NO. 2J. Vi;kivLY Citizen. .iDTEATimsa BATES: . first uiwwlwia.... ......... . each MlxoiafBt insertion. OFFICE: . 3 (M . 17C . 1 X . : 25 ,c iA Congress Street. rjosrEt'WRS ORDERED orr THE DEER CREEK COAL FIELDS. j r. spector on the coal fields on Deer . , , k antes to a friend in this city stat- t...it I'jptam Crawford had "ordered j, e Anderson boys off thoir coul prop- ir.fltnJ gave them UDtil Saturday to ,t flip place and inovo their camp ;. The 6iime party requests his f;., ud to have the Citizen help them it Ibis the Citizev would gladly do jt was in its power, but it is not. The . t.iu referred to is what is known as D.'t-r creek coal fields. For a long t u.i it has been a question as to whether oal fields wero on or off the San SOME SUGGESTIONS TO PROSPECTORS. Mining in Arizona has been conduct¬ ed mnch the samo as in other territories, and with about the eame results. The up...

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. — 11 August 1883

WEEKLY CITIZEN. lAL'UUIUY. . AUGUST 11. 1SFE TBE l.VTKRI.'AL REVENUE TAX. Th gener-d government no longer re¬ quires tbe tax on liquors and tobacco. at- the reveane from custom duties is suf fieieat to wy the ordinal expenses iu- well m something toward reducing tbt national debt. Tbe tax is easily collect ed: it mi nnoo articles which aw not numbered among tbe necessaries of life. the moral force o: tho country is id f.iv ir of the tax white the manufaoturerf- aa 1 dealers do not oppose it But th( im taction at tbe tax is unnecessary, aud m-ny of those who favor tbe ttix are at a 1 1 to know how to dispose of it. It h .sbeea suggested by some that it 1 li trihuted amon the states, for ecboo. an i other purposes; but there is such wile difference of omnion upon tlx ju -ttKu. that it is bard for those wbc har it in their power, to agree upon any fixed policy. The receipts undei ueSeottlaw io Ohio are enlarge that the State Board of Equalization will be enabled to reduce the general 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. — 11 August 1883

1' ; If J? V WEEKJ sylTKl)A-. - - Citizen: AUU. 11. 1838 YINMOATED. Local iiiclligencc. ! ,. art- five prisoners in tlie uity I'rupj !e l'"inf iuo in tho Sonoita V.i t'"n ,e" ke railroad buy by their j j. ftiuoro pickled a Oila monster . i ,,!, day f asplialmin sidewalk for 1'en.rson is beiui: laid. 1 1! J Sneriff Cordis is busy makinj pQeriffs deeds for tax title sales. S R Apnel bss been npjiointed night -nkrl at tbe county jail by SuoriiTl'aul. lue 1 rst National Bank will move -t.j its new quarters by September 1st. j,,e southern Bell mine is turning out tirer"tv t.n ol ore per day, in tbe Santa ltlUJM. lb, territorial "laws," enacted at tbe legislature, have arrived, and tbe i. s are happy. i ,yer complains tbat Thomas l'itcb j ir?aeJ iKO of uis money on de- , t j- a Denver bank. ; ,iyarlof tbe city jail has been en- t"t)y a new 'dobie wall between tbe ? station and tbe engine bouse. I' t.. number of faro banks in a town ,,qj evidence of its prosperity, then i. Anceles is appro...

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. — 11 August 1883

- . VP Ai Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. - ATJU. 11. 1838 Local Intelligence. TheOmBWRht ie not dead by Wank A, Kral rvviral in business is being felt in all cirelef. ru mantr comic paper of the Pacific coast ie the Clico Print. 1 , I. Baldwin in building a large aad t lejja at hotel at Lake Tanoe. Raboad tiiuforms are exhibited Tor sale f t tiie local Crothutg stores. Tbs city has eoUeeted 31,0174)5 (or ;r'tTe of all kind since ilny 1st. To rn Kobinaon's oirojis is holding oat t. i ii 9 delighted deawens of Nevada. Tbs Grand IJ"'je of the Knights f 1 lb lb of Xer are in session at Eu- r. i.a. V. O. Dsvia has etaeed his branch s r.-at Oanaight and had it broBght i to Tucson. Wliat worries the San Francisco pa¬ pers is how the New York Herald gets all the Conclave new first. Several warrants are out for the arrest of eniagglcrs, which will be made known as soon as service has been returned. Mr. Ohillon'c new hall on tho oorner vt Penainton afreet and Toole avenne i. eighteen feet wide by ...

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. — 18 August 1883

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZE VOL XIII. TUCSON. PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TEltllTOIlY, SATURDAY, AUGUST IS, 18S3. 30; Vkeklv Citizen. v a :. IDVE&T1S1XO BATES: firt tnwbw..,. ......... uvf HA Miojwineat iaeertiea. OFFICE: 5 00 s m US I SS 2 L 314 Congress Street. TiE APACHES IN SONORA. , people of Sonorabavo been more ,-;ess u .rrassed by the Apache savages T.r s rice General Crook's command ,.r t e Sierra Jladres. Some twenty ;j iit.z-n9 and soldiers have been ,. i,?.' far ns hefird from. The sav¬ ers tavi been relieved of the caro of .-;r , id men. women and children, are , , rnied and equipped, and are in jitn'i to carry on a sanguinary war- a;mst a people who have already . ,-T-reJ severely from their murderous J. General Crook, in his remirkable ... . rt t the War Department, in the j sii paragraph, says: "I may add ' ,a; tl e fact that the Indians left be- j hnve not come in is a matter of no v 'u.3 aiee." lint this, we suppose, is Xe mn.v other questions in relation to ; - erjl Crook'...

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. — 18 August 1883

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY, ADGUST IS. 1SSB A 'JEW INDIAN POUCT. There is a eensational story gome the roanda to the effect that the Presidents trip to the Yellowstone, is not for the purpose of "casting the fly" for speckled shiners, hot for a much more important purpose, that of revolutionising the .present Indian policy. Why it become ueeewary to go to tbo Yellowstone to arrive at this oonoluskm, does not ap¬ pear quite clear, unless it was for Gen¬ eral Sheridan to put iu a lew fccocx- dowu reasons to give the President the ueeeeear? backbone to announce the new departure. As the story goes, Sher¬ idan has taken charpe of the President with the view of bringing about the proposed change, and that in so doing he studiously avoided Secretary Teller, whose presence was not desired, and who might have thrown a few fire brands Into what now seems to be a camp overflowing with good fellowship and unity. The proposition whioh is called "Sheridans policy" is a3 follows: "Ho proposed to do...

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. — 18 August 1883

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. AUG. IS. Local Intelligence. Yate oosto 1, couts tier buoket fall, liif ooaail aoeopted the electric lij;ht t -Jay. The Council will pay for the Crook banquet. Tucson i rapidly llllinj; up with Inure is talk ot running a telephone line to the Quijotous. Ilie nret stage irom Uloue or n new line arrived yesterdny. The feast of St. Augnstiue will com jutnce the 2Sth instant. la- town is filling np with bod char aeterc, preparatory to the feast. Superintendent liaker has telegraphed that the Gniifight miners will all be paid next .Monday. A week from neit Tuesday will wit¬ ness the celebration ot the festival ot St. Augustine. Joseph Magoffin is re-elected Mayor of El l'aso with a majority of 2iS ont of n to'.al vote of RM.. The public library eigns havo beeu panted in esthetic yellow letter on a 1 lack background. Mac, the curiosity man, is regarded tntu more wonder ny me passengers t the depot than are his relics. Frank Carpester, who has been ar¬ rested in 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 August 1883

Weekly Citizen. is A CBIM". AUG. IS. 16S8 L.Hal Intelligence. ' Moise mia hat eoH for $603. . w assay office report business brisk. M coanty tax will le S8.75 on the H he new Oatbobe ohHrch bos its stone la np Mvarsl f eet oa Aageiea i to have a free poatal Tory oa October 1st. nit a large number at oar citizens attend the Conclave, he Xe 1 e lktjd troupe are raking in auekels in SUver City, be Sew York Graphic will please y cribbing or jokee about Job. be Amole district k chipping a ton a naif of ore weekly to Benson. . aamber of Pbeuix gentleman are in n looking up bosioe kwaUous. : ia reported that tbe new fire engine e wdl be dedicated by a grand ball rtfr- i at reported that an anti-Ob in oe to 'k place at Fort Lowell tbe other tl nt tl be Pita: National Bank have leased list rioir of the "Wilkine Wook for years. few more days and we shall see tbe ling taeeaof tbeteaeberexcuiaiooiste tins back. ios Angeles k a ssite dull of news r except an oooaaiou&l attempt at si- sor mai...

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 August 1883

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. ()L. XIII. Vkekly Citizen. TUCSOX. PIMA COUNTY", ARIZONA TERIUTORY, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1883. NO. 91. No. TEBJ1S : fSOS X TO MS ADTKaTIHINO SATXh: S jnan". first ittwtn i Square, each rahniaeat iBsertwn 2 35 OFFICE : 314 THE DESERT LAND LAW. In tbe case of Babeock vs. Watson, A QU AND SUCCESS. Tim nnnnnl m i - .i r. T- i ; 1 ... 'i ..u.. uiccuul-oi inesirivniiruii iuomng ueeert laml entries in Califor- nt Sun Frni : 1 . .. - icnug secretary of the Interior ces. TIJli .- . iolj 11 has K,ven construction to that the Men).;-pii: r - nart ..f l .......... -1 - owumu Mas uua m me xii'iiiiuii wuicn declares t int most lii-m;. r: . .i. , . 1 . 1 , , , , 1 ......... oumjij ui iuu aiuu mat desert lands -which will not without ir- has taken place on the Pacific coast. V Conaress StrT tvT V "'"""c"c"l"aicrop. local paper says, "The whole citv op. iJ ei5i' oireei. I In decision recently n.n,W,- fi, !.... ...,.j ... 1 - c , . " uali u uau ieit us nauitations to """"'"J u...

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 August 1883

Weekly citizen SATURDAY. AUGUST 23. 1SS IEISH EMIGRATION SCHEJiE. England, believing that at least n por tion of the Irish people can never bo made peaceable, thrifty and law cbidin, citizens in Ireland, has set on foot scheme which looks a? though it might prove profitable and advantageous to the people, and while tho government wonld make nothine, or nothing to speak of, the proposition is ono that the poo of any nation nn;ht to be glad to take hold of. The government in counction with the Canadian railway syndicate, will undertake to remove 50.000 persons from Ireland to Manitoba next spring, and establish each family npon a farm of 100 acres, equipped with buildings, animal;, implements, seed and food nec¬ essary to tho commencement of tho cnl tivation of wild lands. In return fo this investment of the government, it will hold a lion on each farm for $500, without interest for three years, and of tor Hint?.onriii!T interest at the rnteof 3 per cent per nnnuri. Upou the pay ment ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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