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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 29 September 1883

Weekly Citizen. SATDBDAV. - SEPTEMBER 29. 1883 Local Intelligence. The pay car will be here iloudej-. Lordsburg has a railroad well contain¬ ing water. The Good Templar lodge of this city has fifty-Jonr members. 1JK0.V.VS LEDGE. J. C. TIFFANY. STATEMENT OF I)K. MIX. A HOT CHASE. WAR AT WILLCOX. Only Tlircc Indictments Out of the Original Ten Tlie Discovery of a S21.000 Ldce In the Whetstone. Some eighteen years ago just after tho close of tho Rebellion a negro banter 1 UV 1 1 H . . . I . . juiowu os -vifc'Ker jrown" Drouglit three Mimdently Strong for Trial lit the December Term of tbs District Co art. Ho Cornn Hack on the Star 'What be lias I to say for Himself, nail what Ms l'rleuds My for 11 1 in. Talk is bad in Los Angeles of reviving ! the old vigilance committee. or lonr pounds of very rich ore to tho drug storo of Judge C. II. Meyer, in this city. Mr. Ehrenberg, who was then in Tucson, assayed it and found it went S12 i to the pound. The ore was soft and I court .... . i OlaC...

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. — 29 September 1883

Weekly Citizen. SAT OK DAY. - SEPTEMBERS. 1SS8 Local Intelligence. The Weetem Union are lading mom extra Haas in town. The Star goea after Dr. Mix Mvagoiy. Revile sot again." Work on the new OAtfaolie obureh k s'oadilj- going forward. From the local of San Diago papers that town meat be exeeptiomllr duU. The aboriginal nmiden of the Ytima trbe always liken two ()ree) ateinj- to her bean. Oniy one aoannent was found on the Eitwoal bonirdarr im between 1 and San Diego. Buffalo fish weighing twenty pounds ae onen caner-it. in me untna uanrou c' the Colorado river. A majority of the Ijok Angeles eitv c !iucil have decided to ueenne gam b' ug contrary to the State law. Kx-manager Dentally, who left Tucson during the telegraphers' strike, is beek at work for toe company, lie u in San The Cosmopolitan hotel will close business on October l&th. Mr. l'anl Horooey thinks of engaging in b'rnneee r.t Jt ort iinacaoea. CoLJ. Haskell has leased the rend eiee of Mr. Cnarles Fry on the corner c...

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. — 6 October 1883

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITI Weekly Citizen. Months .DVEaTIRlNO KITES: iiutp. nrt iDtrliKi iua.-i'. each subsetiaent insertion.. OFFICE : 5 M 1: No- 314 Congress Street. THE CAUPAIOK IN OHIO. Ine political battle goes on in Ohio villi unabated fury, but with no mater¬ ial changes in any quarter bo Tar as can ie ascertained. Tbe democrats, who for tiae afti'r the Hoadley exposure, were kicked cut of wind, have rallied. In lUnulton county, they have had as much t rk in trjing to harmonize their own .."t.-, as they have had in their fight i.zaiii'-t the republicans. It is said there iJr been two factions in Cincin 'i democracy as distinct as oil and H-jt.T, and when one looks at tho men .nr-osmg them, and hears what they . .. t ' each ether, be wonders how thoy u. :-,-fJ oolong. On one side are mon , f , .action, tbe "high toned" dem- 'T"ji-; iu the other all the foreign ele- !, v.mng politicians of easy con- y,.-L,.v but undoubted vigor in ward r Fur years tbe party has been s-.t high toned cr...

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. — 6 October 1883

1M Weekly CitizeT SATURDAY, - - OCTOBER Mgf ADISIIKGrnSIIED JOURNALIST GONEW The telegraph recently informed -us of the death or Mr. Hastings, an old journalist of the east but excepting a few laadipg journals iu the west, he was little knoira autsidtLSt 3S?X Bat in tho death of Colonel Oeorg, Knapp, who for nearly fifty years wa connected with the St. Louis Kepubli can, the oldest newspaper !in the wrist, journalist ,has left us whoso name is fa- miliar to tho entire Mississippi alle; States. Col. Knapp succeeded Charles: & Paschall to tho Republican, awl he-. came n part owner of that journal in 1S37. From 1S37 to 1S50 the Republic can was the leading paper of the Mis¬ sissippi Valley. It -was in those days a Whig paper, and there etui remain, old Whigs in the West, who for yeard andyears swaro by the Republican Bnd it was--with deep regrets and disappoint- nents that they renounced it about the time of the organization of the republican nnrty. Nearly all the old "Whigs in the...

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. — 6 October 1883

Weekly Citizen. ti.VTCKDAY. OCTOBER 6. 18S1 Local Intelligence oboe per SMEAltDOX DEAD. He nud Williams Eustis Die at Hermosillo. than oool thai liestaurant living is j asekeepini; iu Tucson, the nights are retting so blanket is comfortable. lnder Sheriff Thomas Conlis ia oon- : i to hut room witti malarial fever. IJernioetllo peoide continue to reach -e lUily. J. tie exodus has not stopped I. Z-vkendorf .fc Co. yesterday shin , . J ,1 car load of Omega Imilion to Xew Workmen have been engaged to com ..... ,v operations ou the smelter next L K in., outer Totolobnnipo hay eouwlt .:a three and a ball to t?eveu tutii It is rumored that operations will he - -uiu.'i on the GaiMiKiit in n few a s. in.- ti.i.iJ Templar grand lodge now . ...-lcti in baa rranewoo is composed , r Tin delegate. T Patterson has some valuable They ltrnrh Thcro a Horseback via Altar Willi l'lenty of Money The (real Secret Out. Mr. r ..; -4 nf t tie Tucson Hangers, which he v. . : st il at 61 j apiece. i v-iou is ...

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. — 6 October 1883

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, - OCTOBER 6, 188S TIIE YTJ3IAS. Local Intelligence. Tucson vrill goon have a iricyeto atab. Bedirivua is the Cosmopolitan watch irord. California is enjoying a general rein over the State. The Feabody miaiuc oompwuy at JohnsoevOle hare 140 mn at work. There hare ben sixteen applications lor jninins patent in tbe land offiee for September. A Ynma Justice of the Peaee fined a Chinaman 5100 and 80 days in the eoan- ty jail for petting liquor to Indiana. Last week the Beaaos smelter had ten oords of silver bullion and S 150,000 worth of ore on the damp. The San Franoiaoo New Letter evidently has not made any more ac¬ quaintances aa it publish no more of "men wo know." More than 100 speckled beauties were taken from the San Frsneueo river on Sunday, some of ihom turning tbe scale at two'pounds. Clarion. An eclipse of the moon will occur on tne lute instaat. There wilt be a par¬ tial eclipse of the sun, beginning at 330 p. ra. on tbe Attn instant. Fine watch repa...

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. — 13 October 1883

rv ARIZONA WEE CITIZEN. l- XIII. TUCSON, PIMA OOrN'i'Y, ARIZONA TKliKi'fOKY, SATI KUAY, OCTOBER l-i. i:i kly Citizen OFFICE : Congress P 03 . IIN tie Street ' I -3. Of THC NORTHWEST. ..f A'lzoaa's taaaer travelers fr north as Oregon and Wash- . -ntor tbw seuoo, cod they tbat the completion of the - 1 iieifip bM created a veritable ... r: at region, the first that bus i ,-rta 'ii'ii them. Portland ia one ...iet if nt tbe oldest American t.w i tbe Pacific coast. Ameri -nU on-mmenoed in Oregon . ,:i 1S29, and havo continued . , hough for the first twenty- al a very Blow rate, and loss -' i m i hud accumulated in forty - m tbe date of the first Fet tie- it In! e Kansas had a million in re tl.an half that time. Since 1S75 -pict of an early completion of the rr. P.-ciffc.has stimulated immi- Monirdmen who had an eye to .- the northwest have gone -. i.,' and Washington Territory v sted largely, with the belief time was nar at hand when ; i -ealize large advances on v -.tiiienls, and the fi...

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. — 13 October 1883

I1 weekly citizen. fcATDKDAY, - . OCTOBER 13, loTE SILVER COINAGE. Mr. Btirchard, director of the United States mint, lias prepared a statement showing that the amount of silver which has ncouoiolated at the mints (or coin¬ age into silver dollars under th act of 187S, with the disposition made of the same, aad showing also tbo profit made from the coining of silver dollars from the time he took charge of the mint in 1S78 up to June 80th, last From this statement it appears that the silver on hand J uly 1, 1S7S, and purchased since then was 128,417,480 ouuces, of which 119,25C,i:i ounces have boon used in . I - ... me oomnge oi silver Collars and some subsidiary silvar coin, 3W75 ounces have been wasted by the operative omcers oi tne mints and sold in sweep¬ ings, leaving a balance on hand July 1, 16S3, of 8,93C,SS1 ounces. This re¬ mainder has been weighed and verified by the officers of the treasury depart¬ ment. The profits on the coinage of this silver, including repayments by 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. — 13 October 1883

weekly Citizen. iVTDilD.W. - - OOrOBEK M, 1SS3 Local Intelligence. . i':al i-caudal i on the tapifr. , Suierriore are Celtics; ueoaoni- TILE ANGLO-SAXONS. A Urlcf Sketch of Tlulr History and OrislH. pi -as are ploatifal along tlw Sata f -. river. . , i at S in XavMr. Ia- S-iutheru llelle is rap&rttal to bt i -.-.Aug lnw One ore. wv.h r is raporiwl to t very : ou ill - Santa Cualioae. L' j Inr S lOndTC r.li i back at wart, a r ooi. i( iiiaUri.il fever. 1. 1- An lcMconoty produced 2,000,- 1 1 .1 i-li-n barley tuts yjar. ,,.-. vs-i.l tx a eood many new v.iten ,: : u. i: muuiapal ekoiitn. I i-' w.:U of tlie new hcHodI UOU90 aii to toe eeeouu noor. s i'.u mooted that . Vnooviek & mil gi)ju rect a new hotel iu Ben- 13 .' uj uvri p-wk, SO mile southwest - "ra Tap - n, i said tu to utterly muc- ..-:.!e. I . ( ) jiva tuiuin oorapany has thir- 'i.jD pay the 3i7,tW judgment '.i.ial ttit'in. . s irvdy of the ToloUampo Biy i; ."il 1 1 Titeutrijtt i rapidly baiut ,-.f J forward. iLt- uw 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. — 13 October 1883

Weekly Citizen. Saturday. OOTOBER 18. 1SS3 Local Intelligence. North Carolina has an owl S3 veers n id. A, lan number of Nogals icople are rt. town. Dentistry Dr. Bargees is at- the ia'.aco. II viu mil fit up the old Fashion in Peter Tormey -win bave a lunofa ooan- tir i the Fashion. T. Z-.'ckendorf A: Oo. are shipping ore z L'jomo to JMnaon. Arizona doable diaeoants Italv on her - '.Dt-t-ts, rsina and Tegetables. ".-izrruahxa just a, many square miles i brioifciana proportionately ws tu I'nui Beiekar ha dbrapleted bis sur- - . u! the law betweeu Pinal and i'lma i .utiee. Sevn large wgMi loads of Plomo ore r:ve.iintown veaterUBV. en room io !.t:n.,o ft. The iadenent against the Omega i .uo lias bean rendered for S!!i,(iO0 in !'e Jiitriet court. I.-e 6L Joan Eras idiotonalri are - . witi eeasvs on ibe ban utiee of the lyrMmoas creed. We!!. Fargo A Go. continue their - :.iiu -as ic Sonora. although it requires d .able force of men. 'J be prisoners is tbe county jail are l:ewoorts,oonq...

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. — 20 October 1883

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL XIII. TUCSOX, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1883. XO. 39. W EEKLY CITIZEN - Year ... Month. i- Mouth Alirrsnsi n xiraa: vjotlv, nrvt 1 .' 01 . 17 1 X ts Square, each i nlwimiuwl iissertioa. OFFICE : No. 314 Congress Street. t THE TRAMP NUISANCE. fi-amps, while they are so common ,re come to tbe surfuce within the : kst fifteen years, and for about twelve -. :irs have roamed the country, a bar -it.i themselves and n nuisance to all t'.r people. Someot the states have 1 -ed laws making it an offense for sj. h indigent creatures to be found on '.. public highways, and put them to . i! -r f ir a term of months in workshops k ow wases. But in most states there ar, no special laws for the suppression !-.imp?, and they continue to travel j-iil Uown the highways and byways, tned in rags and covered with filth : 1 vt-rmin, sleeping in woodsheds, un ,; r old houses, in lumber yards, pig -:; 1 s, barns, hay piles anywhere to hide '- .u the ey...

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. — 20 October 1883

V Weekly Citizen.! SATURDAY. O0TOBEK-20, 1BK Hoablet's majority in Ohio is about d.UUU over his two competitors. Wht, even the Star is getting restless over the absence of Maj-or Strauss. J. uould win soon nave a road run¬ ning direct from St. Louis to Albu¬ querque. Some ot the democratic papers arc weakening already. They say, let Ohio go; we can carry Xow York and that will elect our President May be eo. Some newspapers puff a show or other entertainments, and receive money mereior ana men abuso the peo¬ ple for patronizing it. Pr.oniBiTiox as a political issue, di¬ rectly or indirectly, is not a wiLning card. When opposed to the republicans as they wero in Ohio, they play directly into the hands of the democracy and ot course is n failure. The fact that the republicans gain this year over the vote of last year.sho ws that while the democrats gained a victory the republicans lost nothing but gained, and the gain next vear will be many times greater. It is amusing to resd democrat...

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. — 20 October 1883

Weekly Citizen. 1 3lvX0EL sA1TRO.Y. - - OCrOBEU 20. 1883 Local Intelligence. Ihe Tark ii closed for the winter. Jatvu Victoria has the Brown- A r.uJ js being built from Calabasas i ...anto. V re delegation f army officers are t 1 orterV. Tue railroad eabooees are brine s ted red. ) "--s are 09 casts tier dozen in the ..?!., unwurraated. X t'lreboose for tooie u beiBg pnt np tir tlie railroad ebon. T , c Kl Paso Times i rubninir a col .-. of news ia Spanish. i . r Morrow court martial will be beld .- .r 'bate court room. f. t Strauss' htove of absence is ,. Jratnnf; to a close. ii. Hicbardson bas sold to J. R. , . the Crittenden much. , , t'ltv Council baa had 51,000 worth f-.:.m.B' done tbe past year. . r.jtaas is oomin as is evidenced tcetty thing ! the show win' .UAlituu. Railroad Aiv.l.i.t A Itrlef SUet.h of an Kwiltful Life Jul "alu ',0- CI1 ICIt Here Closed. I yesterday noon, met with an accident Mnnnol Madero. who dial in Tnnum Ia8t niRbt at Benson, resulting in two on last Mo...

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. — 20 October 1883

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, - . QOTODEIt 20. 1S83 Local Intelligence. Pima county Las 1,000 taxpayers. Hotel travel is exceedingly brisk now, The sampling works will be here next week. A. C Dora is bookkeeper at the Park urowory. Mocking birds are plentiful in the rcarKets. Silver City has son needs one. a gymnasium. Tne- ilayor Strauss leave of absence will expiro on November Int. Two marriages are promised for De¬ cember and one for November. The wheat crop of California this year amounts to over 000,090000 basliels. A. Gbisbolm, of Total Wreak, will soon start a blacksmith shop in Benson. The climate of Tnoaon is perfectly free from all R-sUimntic and consumptive complaints. The postal route from Tucson to American Flag is to be extended to ManleyviUe. The first story of tbenewHofaool house 19 up, and already tbe building prevents a line appearance. A forty mule team passing up Con¬ gress street last night reminded one or "auld lang syne." D. IL lloseell is cutting out a tomb¬ ston...

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. — 27 October 1883

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. SO. 40. VOL. XIII. VEEKLY" Citizen. TBMtS : 1 uu . M.rathn. - Month VDVEaTlHIMl KATES: - iiuii. faK iut'rrion 13 each WiU I'lOtBt llH-frftHHl IB OFFICE: No. 314 Congress Street senator Batabd ia hard on Butler. H dt-nounees him as n traitor to the . .vratic pertv because he left it in , . i'.. v. and Spain hare embraced nud ' thing is lovely, and will be until .1.1't- nobody feels himself insulted ... .ag hissed and hooted at. , New lork World lias accom- . J a great foot Its reporter has , ;,tTfconal interview with the new -n or of Ohio, which the World Bays vmarkable" event. ..,! Citizen acknowledges the re- of a programme from Maple. : the Academy of Music, and j.; ...-t of admission to hear Mme. La . i-h and aignor raento sine in ' ,".t. ' Now if Mr. Mapleeon will L. j, send S3)0 to Day fare nnd ex to and from New York, we will . . . .t a ivoint to bolster up the v - : my of Music with our presence no cannot afford to pay out $200 to , i $1.50 ticket, unl...

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. — 27 October 1883

4 ax Weekly citizen. fcJLrUHlXlY, - - OCTOBER 27,1851! BTJTLEMSM IN MASSACHUSETTS. Benjamin F. Jintlor has for more than thirty years occupied n prominent flare before the American people. Those who know him. and bare studied him in the ranons political positions he has oc¬ cupied, are eompeUed to admit his umltty, but there are few of cither party who admire the man. lie is n dema- goga of the first water, and his whole life has been a series of demagogical ..net 1x1 the interest of 15. F. Butler. Bo- - ingssaart, he seized upon the side of question which were likely to become popular with the pesftd. handled them to deftly htr ' T" been able to obtain a nlac. 1.:. -. 'J. wave and eueoeesfully ridefjjSKU6-' at his ambition. Starting ouTin Juan eating democrat, he was for years a bora in the aid of the more honorable '' portion of that party in antebellum days. He lead the lxjh in the Charleston oon- ' "reotion in I860, and was as rabid on the slarsry question at that time as any aa...

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. — 27 October 1883

Weekly Citizen. jjAXPrftfAJT. - - OOTOBBU27. 1888 Local liiDcIIigcucG. Tie i janitor is R illBg tine eomiag. A singing ewbool ie needed in Tuo- A larjB drk-tfati.u of Sooorau. nre in the hotels. Harry Pateman now devotes hi whole time to the Southern BeJIe. co.L. a. p. Maiiiotf. MiftVrlnc Prami Klieuma strand n Wonk Con Not Drink ItHleeonl. ON1UV AFTBIOOX Tbe I olio wing ie the lumber store )kmm m beee J An day ot tbe oourt jrAtiat, which tbe b-.ult n..Uie railroad nhoiw. The wall of the new Gathotie cfcurck are rising- slowly but earrty ber-Ddiog partiea in tne moonlicht are rather namerons now of nights. The KjiiffhU of Pythias tad: of orauiz as peraMttieHt drill nor;. r rack Shields has return! from So .1 ra witu about 900 bead of cattle. Nt-hl & Xbootaa nurveyors, hare gone uu Simon valley to I)' on towraaipe, i tie total amount aabeeribed in Tne- a tor the yellow fever sufferers of So- ! r.-i i US. ".'ho .tack of narrow nose railroad : , - -t tbe depot is aasnminir ooloatal...

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. — 27 October 1883

W'A V v s V 1 ii t 1 I 4 4 Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, - - OOTOBEK 27, 1FS3 Local Intelligence. The asseyers are all crowded with wort. Bisbee is reported to bo a booming town. The Santa Catalinas had a snow Btona lait weet A. Ilittuer imports three car loads ot beer monthly. A Hermon oonferenoe will be held at St. John's December Stb. Sheriff Penl is ont on a tax collecting tour throngh the county. THe Snporvisors have ordered all the stores pat up in the court house. The Peerless company intend putting tnirty men to work in a lew days. It. R Richardson has purchased tho Crittenden Ranch from J. R. Vail. J. B. Thomas, of Benson, has been appointed timber agent for Arizona. It i9 wonderful what an incentive to mining the Gmeltenhas already been. Some very choice specimens of ame¬ thyst have been brought in from Sliver Mr. Jones, the milkman, says 1 Yin tano is a hole, and that he has been through it. The city jail boasts of a trained kit ten, that oan stand up, march with a ntiek, sha...

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. — 3 November 1883

ARIZONA WELKLY vol xin. TUCSON, PDIA UOUNTV, ARIZONA TERI !0RY, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1SS3. tfO. 41. WEEKLY CITIZEN. rYr SiTMonthiL hnu Urmtlu i 6 UHWTIHn KATES: bourn, teat taMrtian 1 S , fSararj. ch mb grant irUma Sit OFFICE : o. 314 Conaress Street fAMtlNG IN AE1BONA. fhe Alta California ridicules ths idea . if profits from 6bmI1 farms in Arisona, b it tbe ridicule of that journal will fall c':!l-born, on the man of sense and uJc-nent wbo lias investigated the sub' vt or has Riven tbe question any tLMticht. The Alta seems to be in nirnce of the large tracts of rich bot : ni lands along the Colorado, Gila and Salt river?, and many other smaller i','ams throughout eastern nnd south- :u Anroua. We assure the Alta, that vi' have an good, or better Train and jr -.it lands in Arizona, than can be ' a-.l in Caiifo . AriaonH bigl .a:-f ly a muuac; eoonlry, the oonsum ;j jortion of our population is large. h-j.l will continue to be for genera ti ns to come. This being tbe case we viii.ll ...

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. — 3 November 1883

Vi:i:kly Citizen. it - - NOVEMBER 8, 1SB8 A KOTTBKBBMUtZMCMT. It is customary for the (Ximmissioner of Indian affair to render an annual re¬ port of tbe condition of. the Indians tlirongbotit the United State, sad make Each suggestious as be msy deem oecesFi.'T m to seeded changes, and ask for more or lees aid to carry out his plans for tbe civilisation of the heathen, rh w. H ae Christian, Indians. Mr. Price, tbepntent head of that ' department, has sent forth hie report for this year. He sera: "Among the thine seeded to hseare success and efficiency in solving the Indian problem are, first, an appro- filiation to survey oat the boundaries of the Indian reservations, so that both the Indiana and white men may know when they have rights and where tbey have none; second, a law for the punish mnt of persons who furnish arms and ammunition to Indian bo such law now exists; third, more liberal appropri ation for the Indian Pcliee; fourth, appropriation sufficient to defray the expense o...

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