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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 3 November 1883

Wv.V.KT.Y CITIZEN. SA.LTJKDAV. XOVES1BEU 8, 1SS8 Lotiil Intelligence. The AMr stage in running tvriee a week. The lioeuiUil is well-filled witii patient. The showerr wmtbsris bd for lire pt.iok men. Tim vnllnir fevrtr is rBOrttd lo be jcur Chihuahua. An electric light is beinc put up near the rouud-honse. "Move WieVs ha pureh?el s flRK) rusuleDce iu Los Aage&em. -p.nl niMl-MT has cone into 1'inal .-aunty to survey township. A notice on the llnokiru;b.ni says it is ,-Kn.ei till the maelter start. flu- dvaamite demons blew np a eoal mine i'i Pennsylvania the other day. A baile in the Barrio Iiibre seems to , j. correct thing tor tbo uimertsser. Beautiful snow law fallen on the nt.i Rita and Santa OaUlina moun- bevetalyoune men around Here arc irn: down to work on the SiHJoru rail- i. ad. ice new Bermuda grass on the irort- .;-i lawn is onfacrowinc the old Ken- u.-iij". I reasonable dou&t l njjht; ami an u-.r a-onab!e doubt should not be ex ;-t-5SJ. 1. C. Hoffman lias hooded th...

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. — 3 November 1883

Weekly Citizen. SA1UKDAY. . NOVEMBER 3, 1868 Local Inielligeiicft. The Sn Kioardo SL Co. are fttaa Every infiimtkai of a Osdvfrarwis wim- tor acuta. "Wo m branf- natdfar iihsd mm the caitrw genga. Tim grass cm the cicmiig to wok BMk Itisnid Uidatal das fire vrrll shortly ft rriei II a reporter ormJd lcpmt alt he- bcw Low the paper would seiL Tamnsgrvin; day ha bast appointed or Theusday, XoveaBber 39th. lawa Xbe Knights of Pythias at : a MttinB rank. Ei Bsmh and OwOumb, United , are ia the eociwty jsu. States : sto, -ft u wiuis yoort. xoansv Ik it reported that Be, i. C. Heodley. raster of tfae Epwaopatiaa Cliaroh, Till to Dm "Soon-Day Ooarier." of the city afaxifo says the yellow fever ia de- lialini Tepic- An important election will lie held ia he flute ot Ciuhnahnn naxt November. U will net d to eoionize Texun voters. X Med Elliott, who has aetata ad .iiimisj. the tineas Tau aad (rood View xafcata, aommeaead work to-day on his Saporinteadaat Famr of the Kleotric Ijurfct Company a...

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. — 10 November 1883

r WEEKLY VOL. XIII. TUCSON. PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 18S3. NO. 42. WEEKLY CITIZEN. TUJUt - itvir ' Months. . roe Month. YDrTtMN at-: leSqanrv, first laiinitxw Sga.ro. ssch wKmimW inmrtMW OFFICE : No. 314 Conaress iatreet, 1 2 OUT. MINES. "hat Ike past season in Ansonn has i Jull. is a fact admitted by all. Tbe .. -i f ,r tbe dullness is tt question up, . h the people differ, bat it in geu ..ttnbuted aud tbe Citizen be- .-. atlv to the Indian raids ot last .uC which lft that Indian question . . itisvttled state. Bat wo do not v ;.arin?e arguing that question, but --ik f the future outlook. . . .gt. .the extTnorJ.nary expenditures iiave been made for tbe removal of , , r iu thelower levels of the urin- . uos of Tombstone district, tbe - silver ball ion has been ranter- iuoed, aud as tbat is the ohiet . district of Arizona, it will hare ' : ot materially r Anoint Use .1 product of tbe precious metals t ,.r. uat as loe pumps ai tut t. :.f .i'ti and lirand u...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 10 November 1883

Weekly Citizen. SATOBDAY, - NCaVEMBER 1(H ISM- EXT02T OT THE IXSP OFFICE. The commissioner of the land office has seat iu bis report for tbe yr. He shows a largo increase in Und gold over that ot last year aggregating about 5,000,000 acres. The receipt of the land office from all sourere was $11,713,- 8S3. He reneivB his reoomaHttdatioti that the preemption law he repealed, being satieed that pre- motion filing are made or procured to .be made to h great exteut from speculative purposes. An amendment to the boinetes.l law w Tecommended, requiring a period ot sot less than six months after tint settle¬ ment of the claim has bees pUoed or record before final proof shall be ad¬ mitted, irrespective of toe alleged time of residence prior to tbe entry. lie also fears that the homestead law is open to' the same aliases a the pre-emption law. Toe total repeal of the timber culture law on ac¬ count of its inherent defects k lecom- tnended. He alo finds ".hat dewt land entries have been made...

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. — 10 November 1883

WKEKr CITIZEN,. iVHEKE THE JIOXBY GOBS. Local Intelligence. r,rtl BiK-Ciwok has "tail kx grip' l If iB'llus had but t4MrH: fist, sums IBal'll mXicuM lie u onag that il ha dared. riaaehoea lime. j Hon A r Irons Help, lit llullil Up Southern i Cullforata. SOU-ntRIGATIOX. CAl'TOItE OF A KAXDIT. rres Pleasantries. This is the poetry of motion. I'oArer ofScir Development host. said Its Glorious The Election What the Press Say. fnu. tj-Knc inf n in- nrt of from tne JNew lorK limes: ibe Ae. - T " , oleotion yesterday shows mainly that UbCKUIOOS. The moraines re oold. There 280 brands recorded in Pii county. The SftuU Oatalma h fuli of Itos- pectortt. abend auee ef venison in the markets. The local market are full el good winter apples. Pedro Aguirre 1mm mi ma stage line to Quijotoa eity. Venieou i nearly as plenty and tally is cheap as beet. J. G. irjodman & Go. an laying ia a Sue stock of holiday goods. Tue Yams Santinel has purchased the p-esa oi the defunct Advance. Wnile Tucson has...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 10 November 1883

Weekly Citizen. SllUrtlMl'. . NOVEMBER 10. 188t Local Intelligence. the m- The busiest ana ia town Ma layers. A.D. Ott h tbe chairman Board o! S jperrisoi. The city offinal were paid tljOOftSO lor tee moatu of UetoDer. work of tiie The time fa¬ mines '"ill close New Years. M. G. Ssauieco lost twelve tone of bay in the aanday night's fire. Tbe need of tbe Tombstone faced en- Cine was felt bnnday morning. The people of San Dragoeatah etaeJts: the people 01 Tucson wait smelters. Three dosea wrench have been eent for to be ased by she fire depertineut. (XT. Eteheife will erect hay scale on the corner of Pearl and Ooagress atreetfi. C. II. Tally hi been appointed ad ministratorof tbe estate of Coneepnoa Molina. The Qaijotoa moaataiaa had a heavy drencbiug taat week. The raia was Tery fibnndaBt. A fall criminal docket is swatting tbe grand jery of 1'ima county for tbe De¬ cern ter term. The veil at the Qaijoioae that ie being das bv Mefcirs. Maekay and Davie i down 110 feet Why is it ever...

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. — 17 November 1883

WEEKLY CITIZE VOL XUI. TUCSOX. PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1SS3. Weekly Citizen.- .V-W Six MonlhK. f ?i Thru M.mt'i Oa!viiu. tru!Uil J l!nSinr. ech nanam'Mot mxrtm 1 2 OFFICE: ; No. a 14 Congress Stneat. THESE ABE HO DESBBT8 IK ARiZOKA. Jt uds been long theouskimin V-i; 'ji t.i speak ot deserts, that certain -: ins are called deserts, not because j. .n J nerts, bat becanse tbe isms : or; is iven to tbe pliiioji in -.'A di-tiuctiua to mountain ami '-table .: is. But Arizona k sow settling np .. in a population that u comihg to . .id J it is about time that things t be called by their right nl ," , uve Mimt) barren leads ill luma, " i .vf .is J Yavapai connt.es, but'even , no'lung can be fuud th,t itj the rrtcm'des a desert. There arj uo pl.nns her MS IB Colohldo, :.u', Montaai, Idaho, Utah1, and ( ,.k With the exeeptiou ot some : .e i.mds abr referred to grass ... ;ui;in..ntly everywhere Vhrtjtgb- i.-. ji., and awn there, tbe twrreu a growth of palo Tend, a...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 17 November 1883

eekly Citizen. SATURDAY. - NOVEMBER 17. 1SH: HE Off Al . a t ar ago, the tor)- wu cir c.itu U-om John McOattert;. who was thn in America, was implicated in man era, and thu tbe ""id McOaffertv tn it om time - jfc-d in irlningin tbe Woessiu Terri- tor.es '." MbdJoha McCsflerty in .la- . nt onetime, and L iu tho ia - f what was known as tbe G. . .. i .-i Arinooa Mining Company, tLa Brines of which oompaar Were situated in Anvaea district. Mr. He- C jflertj- sweeeded in securing anaaeieat f ods from the stockholders to develop ? Bun w gone exroi, ana also in- .Med them to build a mill far the re i action of the ores. Bat tbe mine was i faihare. A shirt ran wm made, when t w null waa abut down, and we believe l efforts have sinee bean made to start i'. Op. The deanMaais of Pima eonnty I jsored Mr. McOafierty by elect- i- him to the Tmaiaiatwre of -Yrinooa, bnt he did them bat 1 ttts good and waa looked upon ae an i "ratio, impractical nan with erode i Ifeaa and cranky notions. Daring tb...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 17 November 1883

-7 XOVBMBBK 17. 18S8 -Till lt. -.,.,. LittV' Intelligence. , ..,ite court is Hit these tiayn. Sueriff is boy now rwxHvimr Ti¬ ls v rij.reisUlk of .- trim: a etoak Uurro loatls of weed ar aw nrtaifeU .1 mi bits. a rui is out. Huuter re rwro.nr. wR booting dock. The list of efod mad lM Jrn lirawu jenterday. l,uursaaaBdSBsreth visit- vi! day - t lbe jail- ,-..... ,.,i. iriva ns arjv new about , , u- the einelter? i t-ii.-s wav freight a month to oome -. u JUneas "Oity to TnoMrn. !',... Urotbernooti uf Locomotive Ko- :Ilrtre a hall MmetiHMi iseit v,t ,! mines in this vicinity are . a. first 1 la per cent, of kad :: ix. i 1. S:iJai lia Inb aifoited resitl- , .' n. of the Cawlina JL Co. of San : i'.sc I .! wutcr is raking iu the sprini,-, uj streams, na indication of a : UH-tlT. a : pro-peets are RettiiiK to be favor. ; - a ltfufcili? term of the Graham ...... . 'Urt. 1 ., ..; jent title in writing to any of . -: ,.-mi:.t- lawl in the Santa Cruz boi- - 1- uated IS3S. r uortd that therts i...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 17 November 1883

ll i i it Weekly c itizen. SATURDAY, - XOVEhlBBR 17. 18S8 Local Intelli TfaoproBloseoquartzlfniU k employ ing quite a number of cm Come to the Crnznx class job irorfc at bedroolj A project is said to be view ot tasking Imsineaa 6on Several soldier boys. hard work eerted. ired of their at Fort Loral, have de- Antelope, deer and ntauntnin sbfep continue to be plentiful an the Tucson markets. Ker. J. F. Berry's eeoodil child is ex pected to die from diphtheria. Tbey are in iSiiemgM!. The next race tine of SapervMore will be on tb in December. Messrs. Sutherland aid Fam run a stage hoe between Riverside sod ttio ilay Uopper camp. J.B. Sofaolari, ot the Kiperanza zaioe, came in last night and trill remain in the nity for a week. The Benson Smelting Company are sum to cave a ball millios dollars worn ot oro on hand at present . Fedro Atrairre'a atagd line to the Omeira Camp is to be rilestabhshed as Boon as work is began onnhe mine There are fewer idle rien in Tuooon at tbo present 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. — 24 November 1883

WEEKLY CITIZE V I VOL. XTXI. TUCSOX. PIMA COUNT V, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, XOYEMBER 24, 1880 XQ. 44. weekly Citizen iX Sun-! .'hree M.' $3 CU DeTlISfe B.STBS: 1 S IV, i"lia. hrt uii 11 tino..... Square, mfh wltxoqaMt iMtm OFFICE : r 814 Conaress Street at VILS WHICH SHOULD K SOffRESSO). li-ave rob'-ing, has become woob- . r: thifl country, that a school for ing the rt is aaonr tb prooabil- s ,.f tbe near future, if it has not M leen secretly organised. It may . i v a custom of tbe living to look tr lie remains of the dead and hal w i grouuds where they are buried, ti. lie a matter of no consequence tbe remains of lorod ones find - place iu the silent grave, or are t i p.eees in the dissecting rooms ot i..J colleges. There are th'-se who ' 1 1 oare for tbe remains of tbeir vl, nor what becomes of their own . after they are dead. But a Iare ; of the human family hare . -espect for the remains of the a-id for generation after gener- : . - lie graves of the grandfather and l .t .ra...

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. — 24 November 1883

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. - KOVEMBER 21. 1SK TEE INTERESTS OF THE PUBLIC. The hnsinesn ttipti nn vpll nfl the Dro fessional man of Tncson trill compare favorably with those of any other town on the Pacifio coast 'We have a large number of business men in Tucson who cannot ha exoalled any where in the country, and a nnmber of business houses that irill compare favorably with tho of any town in the country of twice or three times the size of Tncson. Our bankers are wideawake,shrewd financiers who thoronchly understand their busi ness. We have among us some of the ablest lawyers on the coast. Our physi- cians are as good as can be f onnd in the country, and as far as the ordinary routine of business of life ib concerned, there is no town in the conntry thai possesses a people better quslifiedjtolook after their private affairs. iiut me amies nf nnr lending wn of all classes, do not end with simply attending to their own affairs. Every man who lives in Tnoson, has an interest in the fut...

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. — 24 November 1883

I Of SATUKLUV -NOVEMBER 24. 18S3 Lor i Inteliisreiice. TUCSON'S TRADE. A ltriif l.ctfovr of lories. Ih-r Jfauursc- tr cheats lite winter "Jl f SIBg CMU. ,, aerer recoil Um heareatr land here cuod tllj-Ji v. rut. lruthfal Junes. What the Town Produces Some Iniort- nnt Inteirats A Lint of the Factories. icxt Thursday will 1 turkoj-witiiif: Los AuRt'IOB is soiBC to t""0 " A court martial is ia prouress nt Fort Lowell. 1). H. ArrastrooR purposes starting fkatiuK rink. The Hariw-' and otUor matrasinw for December have arnvoa. i'bt?U. S. land office moved today 'i its new quarters in the WHKina block. The Grand Central hotel and Fort X. .wJl are to be connected by tele i he San Francisoo Stock Report is t .Misliin.: a full uoeunnt of k.d. bciiief- tel. a h Alaska trip. Icsine cnmioBls are always sane ,ti aa t.i employ the most celebrated landers to defend them, me miranals and sheriffs are busy jxniutuir crand and pstit jurow for Le Dmbur term of coart. I'.ac-r minmK is reported at Texas ...

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. — 24 November 1883

V Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, - NOVEMBER 24. 18S3 tJiE TICKET. Local Intelligence. Papacos are Eelling cardinal birds at So a pair. A Genaan plee club has been formed to run the winter monins. Paul Itiecter is surveying the county laie between l'ima and Pinal. The trees ol the Santa Onus bottoms fcre getting their nntnmn leaves. r-pUw has had ten cold-blooded mordent this J ear. Tucson has had but one. Harry Barnhart has discovered some Tamable prospects in mo 1 ucson nioun tains. The price of cardinal birds hv risen tinea vosterdaJ from S5 a pair to ST apiece. 1 The hunters on "Warner's pond, who bave the exclusive right to eboot, report game abundant. Los Angeles has organized a "Histor¬ ical Society." Taeson present a rieh Held lor such an organisation. The South Pioneer mine is now ebip- liinr its freieht by way of Cftsa Grande instead of Willed as formerly. Atchafalaya oysters, four days from Morgan Oitv, Louisiana, are the rage in los Angeles. They could be got here in three day...

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 December 1883

ARIZONA WEEK vol xrn. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1883. NO. 45. WEEKLY CITIZEN TKBMS Per Year Sil Mootl. . . - - Three M-mtlM.. . 3 . 17 Ooe Stwn. Set iavrtwai OFFICE : No. 314 Congress Street EXPl.ORI.NO TEE EVESOLADES. Ever since James Gordon Bennett rnt Stanley into the dismal swamps .ml jangles of tbe Congo, newspaper ex. peditious have been sent out io search nf new discoveries, with more or less siiiww. Tne latent venture is that of tiie New Orleans Times-Democrat, one the leading newspapers of the cres .'nt ei'y, bat whieh has not yet reached a j usifion among the leading journals ,' the E.ft. th..i entitles it to rank with .lie gron: dailies f New York, Chicago, St Lmi', Cincinnati, or even Kansas C.t. Recognizing this fact, it sought ; -i- iy, and for the purpose of doing littU' advertising on Its own account, a . expedition wj organized by the Times Democrat, to navigate the Ever .. .ties, which are nothing more than a -e-:es of swaaips an...

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 December 1883

HDAY. - DECEMBER 1, 1SPC r i nil S1 Li el nil t rbo I ds) . "'eitizt- . "ttereet 1 onbt the- are many who know nothing t ths han t, nothing about the ilm- racfccn by 4oods, or the direful effects t drought; yet the belter informed laseae know that a failure of crops retails the basinets of oitie, ami its liaastroua effeete are often felt among "he poor of cities to a greater extent, haa la the rar.il districts where the irope haw been destroyed. Farmers Hid planter, eon nasally manage to nidge over a year of flood or droucht, nthont snfiariug; bat tho poor of towns ittd cities, who make their liviuff by work, from day to day, havx nothiDg slse to depend upon, and in moat oaaea nothing to fall baek upon. Thanks- pwmg is now observed throughout all he Northern States, and moat of the Saatbern States. While the day is set aide to t;ive thanks to Almighty God tor the bountiful harvests, the stability if pe.iot, the order, the growth, the Pnie.-cjii feeling, the contmaed enjoy- of civil ...

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 December 1883

DEOEMBER 1. 1W Tim JJASSIHT C0SCI5KT. Tu ,..uli i:nJj lluo JIlHltsM Trent -Mil miiMi HhII llllud. foe batcher shops at f nil of venwou ureame annonnoed for Uio evening by ,jl the time. Mre. W. F. OmU. -Watson's drug wtor will Jw rev-opened That the oooaatie propertiM of this luafewdRVB. are a iiiue oeuer inau any other it, The Lw Antwlee frnit has m proven by tbie ounoart. One to Couprts etre uwosreoBoie laainre wr.s that the audi. The December term ot the Utnot eaco were compelled to b seated facing Court opens nest Monday. the entrance. livery now comer foond A- Co. are exhibiting I himself erubarrtissed by tiw aittiatioii on Homo beautiful miffr work. enteriD. The reason of this is that tfcu ante-nxmia, which were used a drew- il Tut nil iirntipii , Wcdnerf.yereaiDKJfaHH.iclW! BalMwMid mnrkot i ieaiHranly filled by toe tunmo-loviOK pcoptoof Tr.c bob to vntueas tue fulfillment of the pro- The weal-boo ml emigrant ears now come in at noon as formerly. of praise course ing rooms, ar...

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 December 1883

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY, - DEOEMBEK 1. 1888 Local Intelligence. A rolling stone gathers no moB; vrelL, who wants to become a moss-bassr When n man's bread and batter is not affected bo is generally independent. The "rooky rood to Dublin" is ex¬ celled by the brushy road to San "Xavier. James Ooinlin has been at work the past week on his stock ranch on the Quijotoa road. D. J. Bolyn has sold out bis eetire dray basinees and stock to J. Sresonch and C Krosham. E.X.Fisb yesterday bongbt ot J. H. Monihan 200,000 pounds of wheat. It is at Pima station. Santa Clans has already located in several pretty show windows ou Con- grcss and Meyer street. Hugh White, ot Benson, went to S to Francisco last night to buy sampting works to be erected in Tucson. Depnty Sheriff Carrilk) has been missing since the 2d instant Grave doubts ore entertained of fonl play. "Primitive pottery," remarked C. D. Poston yesterday to a Citizen repre¬ sentative, as a lot of olios passed by. X. B. Appel has been appo...

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 December 1883

ONA WEEKLY CITI ( VOL. XNI. TUCSON, PDIA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1883. NO. 46. Weekly Citizen. The CM Pflifi & ?Milw Cs o . (vuiVF W.W. UAYWAKD. Manager. S.A.HANWHE. lVnudcat. iVr Veer f!!S Six JIaatm. Three Hi- I7C iUvnenMMi baths: One Sjtuire, first taweitien... !J ,inSuiije.ee;hss-ljseMetf insert-aw IS OFFICE : No. S3 1A Congress Street THE ATZRS MILL OOMPANY. The Jonmal very carelessly quotes nn article, most of -which appeared in its own oolumus a few days ago, signed "J. J. G," and gives the Citizen eredit fur it. The Citkbn siniply quoted the passage referred to, aud accredited it to tue Journal. After quoting tho passage t - Journal then goes on to analyze its -.wn oorrer-pendent's letter, Bnd re- FpectfuEy asks the Cmzcx to furnish that offioe with the report of the timber ;.g.-ut t tbe commissioner, in which ho lamis to have found that this company Ayers .fc Co. is devastating government 1 rod of timber." The Journal has pi euhar ideas as to th...

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 December 1883

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, - DECEMBER 8. 1S? REPORT Of SECRETARY TELLER. The Secretary of the Interior, in his report to the, President, seems to have a pretty lair idea of tbo Apwslio question in Arizona. He thmkH "it is not at all surprising that the people of Arizona should have been oxcitod over these outrages, occurring each year with the regularity of the seasons." Ho also ex- presses the belief that should these raids continue "nothing but the pre ence of a military force will protect the Indians at San Carlos reservation from destruction." The secretary recommends a careful inrvey of San Carlos reservation, Bnd j such portions as are not needed for the support of the Indians be out off. He says the reservation is not the property of the Apache Indians! residing on it, but it is bard to make tbem understand that it is not theirs. He well says that the people of Ari¬ zona believe "the agenoyis the harbor tor renegades, thieves and murderers." He further adds: "And it is to be f...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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