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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 8 December 1883

rrTlTIEN. DBOEMBEUS, 1SS3 J 7d Intelligence. , the Santa Kitas bell ou January tops of the Hibooo8 have snow on th" xHure was sn .cterdtty. Plsntiou hi cuniceuowl on tliSta Oruz bottoms. T,n An4 is U fl Dtw weekly paper "The Southwest. open iasUllatioti ad Int. Th, j;rnd jar) ha- fotwd an ilit- ment 6.-it-t Gtwrg UiHmefcK -n- tiling A araneh endowment mak of the Kiiieht of ITivthiaa bM lwen instituted at Tomb tone. "For farther ioforajntion lwjsiro at the freight offiCH n tttt ikmks bnjrsy at tlie depot. m.mli slter. JRi!W, boiler. water jacket ami all. w at the depot to unknown miireB. "When we olose oar ayes ib death is thvicil nntruth, as th eyes are al why- wide open wiieu that event occurs. A brother of T. C. 'Webster has arrived Jrom Jlooheter, ana win return nnai on 1'aesJay with lire brother's family and th remains. Ttu- Sheriff's office reports that the iceuM tai is beini; paid with more than usual nromptnew, oertrinh- n sign of better times. Cbaj. Silent leporte that all 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. — 8 December 1883

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY. - DECEMBER S, 1S68 Local Intelligence. The municipal election comoe off neil Monday. The town ia rapidly filhag P witb strangers. Three inches ol water have risen in Warner's pond since ThankscmnR. Tbe list ot delinquent tcx-psyers will be larger this year than ever before. Colin Cameron has added sixty-four Hereford and I'ollee Arjsw Vmlk to his ranch. Mr. Simpson, railroad engineer, is building a neat residence east of the depot. W. C Davis has sold his tin store to W. E. Stevens. An inventory was taksn yesterday. C F. Murphy is a candidate far chief ot police. He made a good otie in Stockton. Tom Porter has eoW ot the Grand Central saloon, nad thinks of setting in Walla Walla. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Gilltie went oat to the Sierritos this moraine to remain till Christmas. The Cameron Brothers announce their intention or starting a live stock journal here about New Years. The PapOROs nre amnnf ectoring an unusual number of oil as this season, but they keep up ...

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 December 1883

ARIZONA CITIZEN. VOL. XIII. TUCSOX, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1883. NO. 47. WEEIOrClTIZE The Citizen Frifltisg & PaMsfiins Co W.W.IIAYWAHD, S.JLUASLOVK. two : I'm Year Six Month". rhrtsjiloatb jurKris:a baits: OmSiuk, tirrt iiwrtkw.. ...... ...... OneSqnure, each BoUeqamt iBMrtioa. OFFICE : No. 314 Congress Street I 83 . SO) . nc 225 1 T IS THE PRESENT, BATHER THAN PAST. Tt not often that s great banter is good for anythin? else but finance, though onoe in a great while one tarns up who goes outside of the regular line of "a good banker, &n when tie does he usually becomes distinguished in wW he does, for be it known that a buo- cessfnl banker must be a man of brains, otherwise he will run through with his cash Hoontr than in almost any other business in which he could engage. Sir John Lubbock, the distinguished Lon¬ don banker, has so far forgotten him¬ self a) to put aside money-making to tome extent, and though a young tuuu, ha become one ot t...

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 December 1883

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY. - DECEMBER 16. 18 PUBLIC D0MA2X. There" is much said just now about the frauds tbat have been committed upon the land department It is stated tbat frauds have been committed in the States of Michigan. Wisconsin, Xiasoun, California and Oregon, and many ot the Territones. The special agents em¬ ployed to look into these frauds, report having discovered eight hundred iHesal and fraudulent entries covering 133g000 6Cros.Tl)espai:eutt,have perhapa reported on this number ot eases, oat when the come to investigate them, the)- will Sod that mauy ot them were made in good faitn sod uot with any desire to defraud the govern men t. It is a vary easy nat¬ ter to cry "wolt" in ma&y cases; bat their work is all on one side, while the preemptors and homeeteaden) have bad so chmoe to tell their aide of the story. No doubt there bare been many fraud¬ ulent entries made, but ibey are insigni¬ ficant in oomnarivou to the whole, and if errors are mads by the land depart¬...

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 December 1883

.1 Citizen. LV DKQBMBElt 15. 18P8 rrnl tntellijrencc. Official Records. IIBRDS. Deed cvf P It Tully. E Ooho. and S It uaLiovi: to i.eonoiao Uarnllo, to inelity. five ncrce of land in section 10, town lfi. I Mnnth tT rnin 13 miaf' rmnRiritimtinn sr was not IHH OB me B.umi m cis i shis. JMenee. hy ? Deed of F. W. Toll, of San i'raacisoo. i?iie dwtriat coat will prUbly be in 10 Klnathan Letrm, of tbo same place, to .sion till Now Wars. ",uel" m "!e "v" iea' JWUfcJ .UUUUIUIU, IDtlldD UllIL't iltlU jruu The streets of Tuesoa itreeeut n bnsy, Con mines in the Ouiiotoa mountainB: ammsteu appearance i consiueratton, SO,UUU. Los Am-ele U au for breakfast ns regntar m clocu wots LOCATION NOTICES. . . . . . . I - - - . . UUHl-U Ul IUU1IIUU U ,UU The ladirV sooety oi tne AlettioaiBt Komnant So. 1 mito. Ouiiotoa district. ohurch are orcauisw,: a fair. located Decomber 7th. bv O Itnfl. V II The trial iJ A. J. Spawsar will nroba- A,ien nn1 8 C Lewi-. bly be commeneea nnt week. I Location notice of...

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 December 1883

YrEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY, - TJSOEMB&B 15. 1868 OMcUa Itanrfts. DEEDS. WHLovelltoHIjHibbard, adndn- istrator of the estate of Ben), i Virgin, . i - - a i T 1 i no .in me ijanric, annmiinini uw, Blundartwaa, Salinas, and Holy Terror mines, in Helvetia district, 51- .TnliHD Ilodrifftiez to ttosalia L Verdu- t'o, certain property in city of Tooson, S75. John J Derate to George A Brown and J W Anderson, the Osledonia mine, 22 tailee south of Picacao station, $5,000. S S Clnweon to Wm H Mawer, an un¬ divided oue-fonrth interest in the North Point mine, Myers district, 9L James Ellis, oT Anaheim, Oaliioraii. from himself, his heirs and assigns, and the eatae James ruin as true aud law¬ ful attorney for William Patrick Kin- sella. of Liverpool. EuelanJ. to H- B. Smith, of Tucson, to a one half interest in the Ocean mine, CabaUi district Vcru- auleration. SaJU. K. B. Gage, of Cochise county, to Hneh White, of Sau Francisco, to the Ooahen. formerly the Flux mine, in the i'atsronia moanta...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 22 December 1883

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. a' jo z ii'. 3 -' VOL. XIII- TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22. 1383. NO. 48. Weekly citizen. m "cifiza Prate & Punishing Co W.W. HAYWARD, Jlwteer. S. A. MANLOTK. teem- IV r Vwr !5 00 s.x Month. 3 00 i !irr lii:h - , 17C idvkbtisisu mini: 2 SS 1 Si i t.ie Squaw, lmt MMrtfoa. ............ OFFICE : No. U14 Congress Street. THE QDIJOTOAS. Phenix, .V. T., Dec 12. 1SS3. Ec.roB uitizrn: Dear Mir: lliero are .uitea number of men coming mto 1 jienix from the mining districts north f hi re, who are anxious to find oat - thiag more in regard to the Mac- iiv bT t Flood purchase in the Quijotoa irmtains. Alany are going in as Boon us tin 7 get to work, bnt are generally a 1 iss on the subject of bow to get -. .lid what tbe probabilities of get z.'ii w t's wh-m they do get there. If j . l iiuve any information that you can isn m tnt Citizen in regard to the l uauV tuns when t- y w.fl bagis, yoa ,i greitly oblige many by bo doing. V if von c...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 22 December 1883

iiEEXY CITIZEN. SATURDAY. - DECEMBER 22,1883 TEE IHC&EAM OT DCBAXITT. The startling increase of insanity in the United Htttes, and its terrible oon- qasaces, are attracting scientific inves- tif itioa, with a riow to applying the remedy. Dr. Foster Pratt, of Michigan, has eolleoted and arranged important data upon this subject, and has lately read a paper before the American Fab- lie Board of Health Association, which clearly poialfl to ita cause and the oer- (sixty of ill farther increase. From his paper, it appears that the bulk of insane persons ars of alien birth, and in 1880 the aliens, aggregating about one-sev- eath of the entire population of the United States, farniahed nearly one- third of the insane patient. Daring thedeeade ending with 18S0, the alien population ic created less than M per cent, while the alien insanity increased ISO per esat i In searching plausible reason for suoh a deplorable state of affairs, Dr. Pratt k led irresistibly to the following coaelosie...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 22 December 1883

XT1ZEN. .EOEMIiEUSS, 1SS8 Intelligence. TBWtlTOKIAI. MSTKICT COUKT. limn. A. W. sheWoii. AoctMte Justice. are five BiinioR camp rpoa -a tha Sierritat-. r:i polios hre bmkm iirj-' r.- taos rr tor ie"". fhe sire -ti. of Tucson present w 81, c-eedinply animated a.ppe - I Dreamt. . ..jt Aram eiaim Wy II erX. ulOl - . - The ttnyew repo:t ma eir bUHiass of tony iw i"- . ,wr F. J. Smith in 1851 knew IV k.iy m Uawnietnie, oa w m i w .rth ?l,twi vnere okbj' whs - - n. i .i rr i.' a uncsiB m ,k i."at f the papers pnUirtied bare. 111. n i- a vast new lor ino.ain.iiiK. -uo !-ft ocoaMooiwy. v,iU-li repaurinjt a specialty at J. - z Co, jeweler, uoncrees ana ; str, jt. .Monev aavanceu on it ?. dmruonils and jewelry. 1&W railroad company have parties a: jermtr choice Biecimri8 of cacti ,:.-p!;iut nn their (jrounds at Mon- iiiforuia. About every variety ; and iicre will be represented in ..ection. . - , i r. -.upcrs depend upon muiviuuuis : nc.ition. If the individaal mis- . t be ne wapaper the ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 22 December 1883

S j TLo reports of the various committees .tUlUAl. - JJh,CfcMi3EK 22, larfc 0f the grand jury usually do not amount ; ' ' to much, as their time is f o limited they JLOCill XliieillgeUCC. cannot dothtir work thoroughly. These . - i .-!.. expression of the individual members I of such committees, without due con I eideration, consequently many of them are of but lit le value to the people. The committee appointed to oxamiuo the offices of the county recorder, clerk of the district court and justices of the peaee, "with few exceptions were found to be kept in compliance with the law.' Those of County Uecorder Drake and Justice Meyer merit unocial mention for uentneee." Everything was in good order at the eherifTs office. But the jail is iu an insecure condition, and is reoommenaed ttint tne present iron grating be replaced with chilled steel bars. Upon examination it was found that eiuce June Cth, wo men have com mitted suicide, ono was accidentally shot and one drowned. The Probate J...

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 December 1883

ARIZONA xLY GITI VOL. XIII. TUCSON, PDIA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, ISSS. .NO. 49. WEEKLY CITIZEN. Tiie mm Priitiag & PQMisMne Co S. A. MAX LOVE. Pjwitient. I'or Year Six MMm. Three Mootae (i 03 . SIM . 17 ABTEHT1SI.NW KATSS: i .i9 sum. Sret ismtieB : (ineSanare, wet inbi.iqnut ianerUon..... 1 OFFICE: No. 314- Congress Street THE JEWISH RELIGION. The movement started iu Rochester by the rabbi Dr. Max Lansburg, to con duct the religion services iu English instead of Hebrew, has been the causa of much discussion and tbe expression of various opinions amontr tbo Jewish believers throughout tbe country. J. P. Solomon, editor of tbe Hebrew Standard, said to a reporter: "Tbo Talmud says that the prayer of tbe Jewish religion may be need in any language, bat tbe moment that tbe uso of the Hebrew language ii generally done uwny with in our services tbe cos¬ mopolitan character of tbe Jewish religion i destroyed. F jr thousands of years tbe Jews have prayed in Hebr...

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 December 1883

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. - DECEMBER 29, 18f AOCXBimX. DtsOOTTBT OF OB EAT MIKES. II it itrstgo that bo many great mines of the world bare been accidentally dis¬ covered. The Planch de Flatus ot Peru were discovered by an Indisn who, vbilo climbing up the side ot a steep mountain, caught held of a small tree or throb to aid him in the ascent, but not being firmly rooted it gave way, carrying the thin coating of earth that had lonaed over the rocky surface with it, exposing pure raaleable silver such as was never before found, and from which Billions ot dollars worth ot pore silver was subsequently taken. The Leadvilla mine, which have proved to be among the best runes ever discovered, were fonnd after thousands of prospectors and miners bad run over them tor years and years in search of gold quartz. The writer of this article was among the arly pioneers of that region, and passed aver the ground time and again, never dreaming ot the wealth that was hidden below the rough surface of ...

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. — 29 December 1883

4J TIZEN. HATDIOX TS. WHITE. Til lol licence. JrK J. Sp j'. r ii . t-;T ml li be bo bet f to Jay. Tae itd Jnwrt are all (Ming broksu iu the old bell tower. Neil's s'jrvaiiait iwrty ha returuiil froai San Simon vhHuj". No oaa iu '"ticou has drawn fortuned in tbe L ni-olle lottery. New irciMtu i tbe. nnnie of a new town sit in tbe Quijoioas Tbe Jltirphj- case will tmibably be linifbe.i t-moiTnr evening. All jurors but those now in the box biiVe breu exrated for the terra. J. G. UooJnMn& Co. will engrave all articles free of charge purchased of tin in Abel S. DauKau, ut the U. S Marr-hal t otiice, hast received uu appoint menl a notary ihiIhic. A deer was brought in by a I'npno that weijhdJ dre!ed ltw Kmiula. Mr. Croatav was the purchaser. Visitors from tbe ea&t express mirpnse at t-tviuir fr-ob onions, lettuce, carrots. i wtc. Celery, pardley noil other garden I: ck hi thtrir meals. A brother of Anthony Coenen, the lerk m the county recorder's oilice. was inn.wa from a horse 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. — 29 December 1883

i 1 VTEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY. - DECEMBER 29, 188S Local Intelligence. Loms June, who tned to oownrit smcido a wwk ago, is eonvslescaug. Cx)ti cross street is so crotnlati nmv-- daye that one hs to jostle In wty. Tbo mitrinc experts who reported on the Gansight mine went east yesterday morning. A. V. Curtis, of San Diego, i iu tte city loo kinc alter bib mtmag property iu the (jaijotoae. The earn of 1,535 woe raised last night after preaoainc to pay the indebt¬ edness of the Methodm ennrwu Expresscge for fruit, suofa a ornngea, is four cents per ptuii4 from Hero- sillo and seven cents from Ijou .Vtuttfos. Fine witeh repairine specialty at 3. A. Turner & (Jo, jevrelcrd, Oo;rrtrf and Meyer etreete. Money advanced on watches, dicmonds and jewelry. CScw It is rumored that a bic ainins fctrika has been made about thirty miiea touth- esse of the Oauotoae. but the trans reporter failed to trace it toauy r.liabls scmrce. "Knvo vou any quail on toast?" asked a ragged tramp this morning i...

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. — 5 January 1884

ARIZONA CIT, VOL. XIII. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 18S4. WEEKLY CITIZEN. T&e Citizen PriHtiag & PutilisMGi Co S. A. MANLOVB. rieident. TEBXS t Per Year 15 00 Six Months. 3 00 Three Months 17 ADrCJLTISINO BATXS: 2 25 1 25 One Square, first insertion One Square, each subsequent insertion. OFFICE : No. 314 Congress Street LET US NOT JUDGE OTHERS. Thn New York Post thinks that the season of mourning should be governed by a specified time as in England, where tie unwritten law allows "one year for a parent," "sis months for a brother, ' etc. H also would ?top the funeral looking I Rosiere in strolling up Fifth avenue and task: "Why wear such deep mourning! " mi. ; TTltili rplfttirps nnil LUV UlttUUCl u - - friends mourn for the departed dead, in our opinion, is something that should be left entirely to the parties interested If they think best to put on mourning, lt it 1m done. If they want to wear mnnrninr one month, six months or six years, let...

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. — 5 January 1884

(l T r T5.Tr ICIW ""I which hi of payil iiTj-).'.-,?Minl i u i .. ,r- wifil2at-.-"-""UKes IU f.yi compiBii jjnost membe sjnge coaches, oats, there w .Tjatrnr. MSncb "ny- 1 "-j . . n. ISlTJi la Hf I'V I I7)i.. . I Kail trnr nereis Viuoi .V.,., 3 ve " "J ta.Jsa - i Hnil'SIea3 wero ent!li the 'ad , -Wt '?V c-L.ifShe law ii- infcver and ab riSing from 100 . JJlccaches, which yf " would; 'f members jjaore Tr, . . r. rUi. vihould n t bo corrects 7L -ii'- J V ttf. 'ftTl"uum ii'j' ' rPur. PQtlL 1- :JvEa,oe.iin9 for wbo 3 0-"c.-, would bo r. great. government. Iieiire- PeuasylvaniH, a mileage cominktec, in nc- nftcr n.promises to do bis boat to jractio,?, and there ought non of his (juccess. jwiker appointed, in ef I cnBtoni, the day I?. - .. i itlicnsdLjQar lkotj nnd -i:as st rsa i light profif."""i,rob r.o ciu-trv in tUe world has so com - a i. ,ste'a of j'Ubhc bcbools as thai Ladowcd .tci iHnmiiinted by thu -:i ad Stripes." Yet while we col tax "3 for the purpose if beouringf tu.tiou f 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. — 5 January 1884

tViiEKLLV CITIZEN. A 4d:stery. JANUARY 5, 1SS1 Local liitcllioiicc. ... YuuiB prston hub 181 iriaiiitos. QiiiiotOR fnwr is iueriMieing daily, njbiiC OUoOlS .IJHWl IieXC JIOU A ItentlJirfi Pound on the O'lmMput J.-- Da v i worth -1 cents at the Qnijo- .iwa.ih" ef lxwuu City are all X-w i t. iNlwn will be No. 1 next Great T L .oomotive Fireman's ball is for K r-a- 5tb- f n.-truer's Orphan Boy won the r. imter'a ranch lDt: u the Quijotoas seem to . lI; UCII BW""' . .r..rrDorte ioe-skaiiag to bo i .Canyon de Oro. Iht delinquent tax list k comploted, r i : for i,uo' t.rd is superintending Ilia " r..acuoSU river. tserv Jay Lwjhu ? loio 8re fiIed i oniiiy jvn""" i'A ' lie . lt rot known st t t'rar valley w ,D 1S25- , i luliv nd W.Leeds are rkn the oounty recorder's office. . are iii progress lor the . -,ma "All that Glitters is Not in the at -ul notes to tbe number of 497 t.T. t as far been veiled by the Tncson j, -'office. jrr-.i of the businessmen of Tuc- . . ,tinnIntK starting branches ...

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. — 5 January 1884

3HKiIY-S TKIAL. i ly.t -Tho IMfantlHBfs Tnstitno- ii- ffllm.wi Absent 'J... v .alpha Bended ia Tucson ' WM then rnsniiw u - t-t the Park; knew Murphy; i irsoarfnaeo, lbs:, attend- i. .u-.-ineae till about the time of 't:u; was then on the corner of j and Meyer streets; there Tby with Chief Butt tier; heard : -xnero e uie ..l- iinls a bos; I did it." r. F-ex.imined Aia keeping the i. -j.' utatiou at Canon; have not talked i b anybody in reference to the oaso; - Murphy uud Bnttner near Oongrues f : liai -vralked up Meyer street p: I heard the shooting. 'lias. H. Me er testied that the sub- -eol the stipulation read was the . as thit previously read. Could ' vtear ttffue verbiage. ' Kh Farley Was district attorney -i f 1S82, at the examining trial of .L-.daut; remember the stipulation ' .i li was entered into to save time; ,i.laiion wfcs dictated to short hand r orter, E. W. Itialey, who took down ;inony at preliminary examination, indent of proeeentioii and defense. : -itiDn of George...

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. — 12 January 1884

ARIZONA WEEK CITIZEN. OL XIII. TUCSOX. PIMA COl'XTV, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 18S4. NO. 51. WEEKLY CITIZEN. m Prfi 'S PtWrciiB! Co . MA.NLOVE. Puaiitait. .iivi 1t OFFICE : -t Congress 5 03 lit I St I Street. JSH-TS or 1XHK OALIFOSNIA. . v- thiornm undoubtedly one . ,,t urstirate, dreary regions of .. Irment" of weaim, u mey " . , w utiiif-d. Tlx topogra ' ; -,iantrv i peculiar. Nearly c -ist oD toe Pacific side, r.s . i ,m tbe Golf of California, is r n mountain chain, acd in shorn, it in rock ribbed. ',. r -called harbors or road t . ii hat a few seres of level ,,!) the ages ha bean washed u the narrow gorge or .. ' 'Ming email strips of alluvial - 1. 1 rely sufficient to permit of i of slips. Bt in order to l.terior the first thing to be liud a wiwiiue; roadway or : up sonwi canyon or tbe ride mum. After resetting the mountains and plain id retch t- the eye, hot they are usually .-. 'i. There are a few mountain .a img down from I be higher ti.ey r like oase- in 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. — 12 January 1884

Vis, Weekly Citizen,! SATUHDAY. - - JANUARY 12,lSt4 THE LABOR QUESTION IS THE EAST. II the laboring men who work in the ron nnd steel mills, and the variuis cher manufactories o! the east and north, wonld rniee n land to assist in seeding emigrants from among tkeirown class west to settle upon ngricultnul lands, instead of investing their eurplns funds in strikes, from which they have sever d -rived any benefit, nor nt-ver w.'.l, they cinld do more for themselves toward bettering their condition in ten HICTORICAI, SOCIETIES. It will be a source of surprise to fu- tnni generations thitone of the very firs' acts of the American settlers in tint and our neighboring Territory was not to, organize Historical Societies. Onuot the most attractive features of interest to the visitor from New Eog- lund, and, indeed from .-ill portion!) of the world, to the capital of Kansas is the department under control of the Slate Historical Society. And yet there is ao comparisju, in interest, between t...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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