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

weekly Citizen. AUG. 25. 18S3 Local liituliigcncti. Acii'f tree nre luting plaiiii-J in the va:t-:u lnvn. juiblic fcltuole wilt upon a week .., ; -fi Mondiij", September ;W. i.i, linst -ntioiiHl lSiiuK will occupy lt Wiikius Muck on Autiht 27th. -t y.i; Governor Van Arman does not .1 no can pardon 5Ioy Woodman. j;, -re of the beer sampler-, lest they ,iaJi' t.'j often uuto thee. 1 Tim, 10:10 l'ttif from Port Huochuca report a t,.;v time there in the court martial st¬ air L S. Williams, District Clerk, and ,r .Vuch, of ConKrepe-, are Bulleriuj; i rv.'.unal fover. ,., Los Anceltis Times has a funny ,t, who is working the telopbono t uir all it its worth. V'. .ii named William G. Howe, aged " i committed suioide in Los ; U s Sunday morning. Ii,.- Btrikmt: printers on the Loa Ak '' Times will have a benefit Sun- ; v ,t Wafliinctou Gardens. I... .-rct'tion of a tore, restaurant and ! ... LMmth shop bas been commenced Abbie Waterman mine. v ..et.si.ir G. C. Hall says that tho a .t in his ...

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 August 1883

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. - Local Intelligence. Chief Bnttner baa issued an onler tor all IndtsnB to quit town. Iha lUy Copper Company shipped sis w tabs yesterday to Riverside. The Santa Ana Standard has been old toO. W. Baker, of Los Angeles. Tbe feast of St Augustine will bo col abratod bare, eommencinc next Tuesday Pete Gabriel and band are reported to be on the Sen Pedro hunting Jack Ited field. The Xeliie Boyd troupe are porforin- iuc in English to crowded houses at Ctubaahns. TTie El metric Light Company have wore orders for tho Swan incandescent light than tfeey can fill. That boiogaa is unpopular in Tucson bat nothing to do with the multitudm teas variety of her ours. Maeers. F. K. Miller and IL Lu Smith be formed a partnership as attorneys at law. and located at 305 I'enninston atfaet. The Bnmber of burros for Pima coun¬ ty me asaeAd at a little over SI, 500. jBus would make only abont ICO bnrros in tbe oouniy. C W. Whitehead, one of tho most toraUe writers on tho Pacific ...

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. — 1 September 1883

D V is? ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. kl. xiii. TUCSON. PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER J, 1883. IT0. 32. Vi:ekly citizen. .. SK ... tog .. 1J5 .. 1 ss Mfh imlmaii it laiwiliua I OFFICE : 314 Congress Street. M. .:! MiruTluvo lura: . ir'. am i 1' .MASSES OF THE UMTED STATES. . , cnzcN acknowledges the receipt . fie department of agriculture. -t i n "theconditiou of crops,1" which li-etisses American competition and ra'es of transportation com . "observations of the poil and . in -s of Florida," and "the grasses of l"u ited State." last named report is one that a number of the people of Arizona - . i tjk. a great interest id, if it was -:i.-:i form that nn ordinarily well ;i ivl i though not in the dead uaes' man could read and undtr- ,; .i, but it i not. We cite as an ex. . j !e the frllowing Phnrus Line: were inonoicions in a terminal pan- , .... pikelets hi paira. WfaiL Um sra&lW "oe pedieeled, its flowering - n; 'libra nsoeoiw and with G etani- , !' larger one s...

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 September 1883

Weekly Citizen. SATUBDAY. - SEPTEMBER 1. 1SF8 Tksbe are too many eombinaiioa-s nod organisations in the country. The man¬ ufacturers as well as the laborers are get tint; too smwtand as a remit we have strikes and plotting! of all kinds. Last year the owners of whisky manu- factories throughout the oonntry met, and by mutual consent agreed to manu¬ facture only -40 per cent of their capac¬ ity. The arrangement worked well. Having large supplies of that article in bond, it only became necessary to reach thie mutual understanding, when with¬ out turning hand they could mark np whisky which previous to that dtte was worth hot 40 cents, to $1.00, thus in¬ creasing their wealth 63 for every $2 they possessed. These same manufac¬ turers met in Indianapolis the other day and decided to still farther decrease the manufacture of liquor to 25 cent of capacity, and will of coarse go through the marking np process, making the difference as 3 to L We do not say that the priee of liquor will be r...

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. — 1 September 1883

X EER L YCFriZEN . Uiiii. SElTEJIlHil. 1. 1SS8 Tin: ai-achis. The Ijttiiciiiicr. Tribes, Xuuilier nud I resent Life. Umii Inlcliiaencc. ,:.;!. vs!em of Tnoaoii bus .. , : .I'M ,, ..-.huiii I'tilly is uliuK Mayor M . .r's StraaW nWetieH. , s ,..iu tbsj QntjoUMt report a i. : iiLi'.oVrtiWBt JB tb roiuws. i 1ihj Daily ltwrao.J.M. Scm- ,a. ..-. has suspuda jtuUionticui. . ,. , t.i H'ta Land Comtxiuy iu- k- u diteh ot of tlm SouoiWu , KniRhts, A. O. U. rt-1 , ,teen sworus ana uniiorias from St. Louis. . r.,i!i-Loae officer at 2 Ogatas numbers of cattle eoaimj- ..o fmxn Mexioo. . .u.-u); boutes up towu tHeeeat ., a iippi'&nraee (Ikiw eveiiinsfl , .. ji.ii.ili are at the feast. , . Omley, a native of Belgium, , .!u..,.,.ei ly Judge 3mlreda ... L Augelos Timet. , V K. llurke ami a U. Tally in oopyinK the Graham . . v.irds at six cents per folio, ji.'itursin liaeon & Co.'h brunch - ... -.a Los Angeles struck last .sia. for Him oauBe, ubiob is uo roasters" compJaiB tbat tbe at- .ml in...

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 September 1883

F eekly Citizen. SaTORDAY.- SEPTEMBER 1. 1868 Local Intelligence. Pfwma Wock will soon be ftnihed. IwteJiM prepared a lot of fire-wotk far the feast. Tin number of cattle owner in tkie co-nstf is 222. The gnum cm the conrt bonne lawn looking decidedly better of late. F. H. Smith, District Attorney, iaotm fined to bin bed with rheaawtieai. Hag polea have been erected over the ortf hall and the fire engine hooae. ThaaanU Kita I mud and Mining Com- nvtty intend to baild a store and ware-' mill at Oro Bianeo rnnniDf in aboHt reported to efeht weeks. It ia bow aud that Mr. A. Mason, of Silver Kiajr, has decided not to erect a siealter here. XHten ia a letter in the Crrant office for A. H. Wright, which that genUeaMiu can hare if he will call for it. She narrow gauge railroad o&mpnijy mil oominence to lay track aoou jnst north of town, and eontwue aa fatt ae gracing is finished. W. Bl. Jacobs has bonded the Lomita laiajti in tho Urea district, Sonars, for $6,000 on fire nMnths time. T...

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 September 1883

V ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. vol,, xi n. 3 TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA tellRITORY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1SS3. NO.. keiclv Citizen 0 . 10 17 1 2. l..:.th tixuiinsa SATES: fiwt iaMnatw.... , rarii bMqaatiiMrtHHi.. OFFICE : 314 Congress Street -H .iERJCANS AND IRISH CONTRASTED. i:.f New York Herald, iu an article - i:etr:ri some of the results of the u f 1SS0, discusses the immigra- , ,,'icstiou at some length, and drawt a f lowing contrast and conclusion : rt'erring German and Irish immi .i i,w,top oi loreignera on r: -an sou to-day it is estimated that ."it turty-seven per cent are German, ..rtvnve percent xnsn ana twenty. J. ?t'r cent of all other nationalities. ;.raians in the future will always 'Camber the lnsn, as they dram Tu ish mre extensive human watershed, J when ireiaau is exuausted uer- nam fill (-till Jh) Rhle to keep r, a pfrvantemo oi emigration iroin ;-4i.ifi0,003 of population. The Ger- -.uns ;n the main are agriculturally ."s.'.ised d prefer the country to the , ,;y....

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 September 1883

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY. . SEPTEMBER 8, 1SW The Star don't believe in party prayer. The Democracy never did, and if they Bhonld attempt to prey at this late date, it would bo woreo than hypooracy im¬ agine) tho editor of the Star praying! No; it wouldn't do. We publish to-day Joe Tattle's con fession as published in the Florence En¬ terprise last Saturday, and from it tbe public irill learn that while Redfield cot in at the shooting he understood the men were to rob tbe stage; thus far be was accessory, and the question is, was tho mob justified in dolus that the law would not do if the man had been tried and found guilty. Jcbqk Black's last words were prayer, uttered while his wife was kneel inn by his bed: "O, Now beloved and most merciful Father, from whom I had my beinc. and in whom I hare ever trusted, grant, if it be thy will, that I no longer suffer ibis agony, and that I be speedily called home to Thee. And, O, my God, bless and comfort my Hary. Ho died a few minutes nfter ...

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 September 1883

weekly Citizen. s vrntnA y. - sbltem dek s. issj Local Intelligence. icii- n will have b smelter. ,ii ji.v Sheluou will return to Tncson ; .s -Mi'. W- j.,,. unl at tsHpervi-iorrt were in JU'U""5 ui brisk iu mineral ami asri .liurul lands. ;ue Ihatriet Court will oriau mxt I ...lai.tne lutti. XVsrf"n's new Fashion will be opased 1: e ulth mstant. 7. i' Oliver, U. S. postal KRast, went -v -r urenco to-uay. , ,.) Wilkin, the oattle king, is just st fr ui tnp to DOnora. i; 1' lUviuslelt for s thirty davs' .- : . r.ulsdelpliia ierday. X ,--s. -vwsioos A rreeman will put -U'c- to Omega in a few tlaye, lsi,.iin keeper waa fined ST to-dy ,T:.ah' Meyer ror assault una battery, l, in Prtcheoo resigned his member ,l t:it Common Council yesterday, 2 c c:Tice o Colleetor of Internal , LJif lias been established at Santa uiu the fire works Levin has pre- j-ci is tnrning castle, perhaps the t- uca IJastile. H jhstetter, the forger, ha9 been held it the actioa or tne grand jury .lJi r Sl.tWU blL Vr...

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 September 1883

x r Weekly citizen, j the Florence uugoy. A FORGER FOUXI). SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. 1883 KOliBEUS' ROOST Local Intelligence. Marshal Ilrant' Mtatcment. EditobCititkx: Th rough tho oolumnB! of your paper I desire to submit the a tv - m- -i following to the public: On tho 2d Sun Diego is again afflicted with spir- . , , , " , itnal trends : instuit I received a writ from Judge Tinuey directing the United States Old timers say the rainy season is Marshal to take possession of L. Q. about closed. HedHeld. who was confined in the coon- Dr. Odermatt has recoTered from his ! ty jail at Florenco Iu obedienco to wounded hand. BBid writ I proceeded to Florence and The Hoffman-Fulton case seems to be ' arrived there on yesterday morning at 3 deep in the Meyer. o clock, and served my writ en tho A N'ew York Hade Does Up the IVopIe of Tucson. A young mm about 20 years old, from Xcw York, fulling under the euphon¬ ious Knickurbockerian cognomen of Emanuel Hochstetter, appeared in Tuc¬ son yesterday...

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 September 1883

ARIZONA WEE CITIZEN. (L XIIL TUCSON, PDIA COUNTY", ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER J 5, 1833. NO. 34. Yeekly Citizen TKHJIH : $SO) SOT .s 1 AbVKftTIXISa BATES: . r.r.t insertion.... , 1 ;3 each wibf-oiueat insertion OFFICE: -: 1 4 Congress Street .N PEACE f BE PARE FOB WAR. X' I :ntei States are now at peace ., : , ; 1 ue world, and there are no pros ' war Yet there is nothing like n-pared for na emergency, and , , i ...iue, "Iu time of peoco prepare - - ",..r, applies to this age of the , . s history as well as it did to the . Iht-rs is nothing like knowing ' '.at we cau do and how it may be . .i, case it becomes necessary. The . c. imes from Washington that -,t General Dram is preparing & - -. ..r le-tte- to the Adjutant General i state in the Union, requesting . ,-. 1 c- implete information as to the j. : n and nnmeneal strength of the i organizations of each state, the j -nig to form a national militia - . the event of an emergency j , a is to take advantage of the " ...

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 September 1883

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY. . SEPTEMBER 15, IS INDIAN FIGHTCMO. LAND GRANTS. William S. llolmnn, member of Con¬ gress from Indiana, who has paid much attention to the loud question including land grants to the milroads and land Someone writing from Forftluaehuea iff rants which originated in portions of to the Tombstone Epitaph discueeee the question of fighting Indians in the more densely populated white settlement and sparsely settled countries, "Take the " records of prominent commanders and 1 'well-known scout on the frontier," sayB this correspondent, "mod at the priod- , when tho west was hot sparsely settled and bnt little more thaa vast wilder¬ ness; when the frontier towns had no local newspapers, atfd tte idea of such institutions nerer entered the heads of , their inhabitants, and we. find that mare Indians fell at tbe hands of the valiant pioneers and frontier sold si rs than tbey do in this latter day of f.t cnmmunica- , tions and hwmiMrjtLUi publication." Thoro is no dou...

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 September 1883

Weekly Citizen. , iU'uf.11'. - sErraamisii 15, issa Local Inrel licence. AAHOX 3LVS0i .SiiWrilif. to I.,,000 Shnros hi the Stiicllcr. il t . 1 travel M bnsl:. l.i -..wayer have all tine work tby i 1 itsl Wrack roin laws mt on ten ' 11. 1 u. . ..I I office it buy at prtKwat with ... of land olaimi. r.itiere of tba narrow gamf rail- .. t wjrtiu); in town. Tur-nii l -Nkr.t t Sub-crlbe to Miare to Malm II a Siu-rf-.,. i; ia4 l. tlie brother of i - t. .lecfoutnl, m in town. Lee 1U Citizen reporter wiled upon Mr. u. u btejiSMJB?, attorney for Aaron Ma. on, tu-,!Hj to get Miino acourate informa tion 10 r$jard to th proposed erection or a smelter in this oitv. Mr. Stephens becHB by sbvidj: that the Q. article ia this moruina's Star i fnll nf luaecmaoie. The trausaetiatiR bolmm.. , rj.--.il Sberaian has returned East I Mr. ilason and the Tucson Smeltiuir U.jtio and I'jwifie railroad. ami Millin.. f!mm,v. . . I " vjl u ery wmnlu character. i , on unit after Dt Monday. Thcs company jfl orguniK...

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 September 1883

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, -. SEPTEMBEll 15, 1853 TERRITORIAL lllSTRICT COURT. 1 local Intelligence. The Ixett Mexican press talk ot or¬ ganizing. It, O. Hnphes has been elected a Com. mon Councilman. Hie United States grand jury will meet nest Monday. A Herdio company with S20,0CO has been organized m Los Angeles. The Calico mines are producing $300,- 000 worth ot bullion per month. The fact that Tucson will hare a smelter causes miners to rejoice. Levin has corralled the Java volcanoes and will have them here by the 16th. The courthouse is lively again with the territorial and county officials at their places. J. A. Maynard has been appointed crier and bailiff ot the United States District Court. Tombstone has 6ome cluirvoyant frauds that threaten to inflict them¬ selves in Tucson. The singing at the Baptist church last night under the leadership of Miss Med- bury was very fine. JLB. S&mnson will have a cigar Htore in the corner of Pearson block facing Con¬ gress and Court stre...

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. — 22 September 1883

ARIZONA BEKLY vol. xin. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1SS3. m. 35. Y eekly Citizen. JtO - 175 dtxtisixi katcm: hr .nswrcum 1 : u-n raMeqnent insertion OFFICE : 1 4 Congress Street. rt. AMERICAN ARBITRATION. A t legrum lias been sent from Pari CUina asking the American .. .i-ter to found the Chinese govern t ; n the subject of American -..fr..:i a. It is stated that Englaud . -, s tlii- job, but the French won Id '.. r t leave it to America. It is . ei.-d tUut the time has come I hat V .-ru-a shorJd sissert her commercial -ice m Chinese seae. It is a conn -.ii r winch the lnnneoco of America . i! I naturally extend, besides the s well as the Japanese look M V.jeriouis with more favor than . upon European. The uom- - .ii.laiions of this country trith .a .ind Jipan are growing closer - ' ear, and tbe oonimerco between j -ii-1 au J those countries must ere g be greatly increase)!. While V. i his uo desire to meddle with .- j affaire, she can justly clai...

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. — 22 September 1883

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY, - SEPTEMBER 22, 1S8S A THEME TO HARP UPON. It bag sot beea Tery long since the people of tbe United States were for months kept in a feverish excitement of the probable fate o! De Loo? and party. After leaving Wrangle Island, for a Voce time we did not know whether they bad sailed over into the "open polar sea," of which we have heard so mash and know no little, or whether they had been swn taped among tbe ice¬ bergs, or perished of cold and hunger. The sequel, however, is still fresh in the minds of tbe reading public. Most peo¬ ple who followed the history ot tbe ill- fated Jes.nne.tte to the wreck, and read the sufferings of Mellville and Long parties, and the total loss of Lieutenant Chipp's party who were never heard of after leaving the ill-fated ship, were glad that it was over, and hoped that we should be snared a repetition of sueii a fruitier cruise and tbe horrors whieh attended it, for a long time to eotae. Bat the hope was in vain. The fall rem...

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. — 22 September 1883

Weekly Citizen. SlTKI'Ay.- SElrEMEU22, 18S8 Local Intelligence. sater City now has the electric litfbU . u t-rroaterviiUj pincers are receiving ;r -': attention. .; fu;;t from Gaaymas nnJ Uerrao- 5 . ,ire filling the hths. a.j'toa Oity will noon be a town th ; rt-Mit lintfiiKratioa continue. i Vr !iatre has aililal fovoral Jeer auieiop heads to liw oollectioa. ..is Mnim l'erry, the Los Angeles ca 1: itruv, han eotnmttteu mGtnmony Mr Hje. father of Ltwter Hayes of i i-a'.'Stoue died at xiartbaw on the ldh r.s ct- I;,,- itioeierht laiuiot: office has been a n '.i i.it-i the new Stanford block on (; . .rt i lazt. ..11 Virxriniu City miner named (...vau in report! drowned in th Y.i it river. ! . Oaiea stge leaver Sessions i 1.-, 'aun's office every day at half pabt tw. .vf i t-lock. iue Uihuaaaa Daily News reports , . times in that aneieat town, and a 3 , in rami. i .. 13 m.-d f Sapervi sors are oontem- : ... taKini; aottoa in relation to the ii i . mi fever. v : .arl J. C. Tiffany offe...

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. — 22 September 1883

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, - SEPTEMBER 22, 18S8 Local Intelligence. Complaint is made of malaria along the San Pedro. There are 177 millius etatapti for crashing ore in Pima Bounty. A. Bracp bas reeipned hk office or Juciiee of tbe 1'eaoe for Precinct Xo. 1. Robrt Pottboff and Maria Oontreraa mre married at tbo priest's residence on Saturday evemnt; last. It is said that General Crook is alxrat to fmblieh a book on "How to Hunt Birds in the Sierra Madre." A Brash urc was tcrned on in front of Pearson bloek Satnrday uiifbt, and helps oat Church pfasa amasiogly. Pino wateh repairing a specialty at J. A. Turner i Co., jewelers, uougree and Meyer streets. Money adraoeed on watohee, diamonds and jewelry, ditr Joy to tbe boBee of Recorder Drake! We corjirratolate friend Drake on the birth of a cirl 11 pounds. He ha? counted five boys in succession, bat this time it's a girl. Mrs. Samuel Ilcghes, 'who has been spending the iost two months at her home in Xneson, will depart for Lawrence Kans...

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. — 29 September 1883

WEBKL VOL. XIIL TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY", ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1883. 2TO. SB. Weekly Citizen. THE NEW DISCOVERIES inn (juijotoa mines in the western part of Pima county, are destined to be-1 - .-AT . . ............ y..-.lm. - Mollis. . iDVXSTISlMI RiTTS. . s.Qan first insertion.- 1 28 --SiorscehabijnBtinrtisn S S OFFICE ; N'o. 314 Congress Street. C3B0SIC OROWIXRS. Curmie growlers are to be found in 2 at every community. Nothing goes with them. They are always ready j--- viict dry weather or wet weather, fcjiu ligations suggest. They will tell v i that tho dry weather is going to jestrvy the crops and that the grazing ,. le so short that most of the stock die of starvation, or that the fall of -.3 will be so great that nearly every k u will be down with malarial fever. i,y are also usually well posted in yvii aud will tell you of more ven- ir3 t:i it havo failed than you ever j-i&mel of, but, strange to say, they is. tell you nothing whatever about ,- which hav...

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. — 29 September 1883

Weekly Citizen. fcA I'UKDAY. . SEP1E.MBER 29, ISrt A WORTHY EXAMPLE TO FOLLOW. Denver continues to grow and pros¬ per far beyond the expectations ot all disinterested parties who hare been looking n from a distance. For yean this place struggled nlei'-g, without making much heudwny. In 1S70 the population ot Denver was but little over 4,000 or not quite as largo as Tombstone is to-day. This number was not materially increased until about 1874, when the shaping ot her superior sjstein of railroads began to open up the ooantty, and snake it possible to develop the latent wealth of that rich mining region. Thus it will be peon that, JUieeu years after the first settle¬ ment of Denver, it possessed n popula¬ tion of lees than 5.000. But these 5,000 souls were full of life, energy and perseverance; they were made up of the bone Mid smew of the great West. With them everything was possible and nothing was too great for them to undettake.it it promised anything for the future ot their town...

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