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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 12 January 1884

VEEKLY CITIZEN. Local Intelligence. r ,-i. fiah ore fr -- -B tlM n-"- j. Caa City at tv-nt is atiti-Criine- ,..n ha not etbnd a iap-.enr A - , .. i hw .- penwIkMU, two i . . mi.lv of wild Rtuae, both fowl ... coatinurt. to be Btrawtan -.r.-e rick hut beau aptHdutrd r-'ns . for tbe Qmjot i!itrrt. ,, , V. R. K. i- tbo mno- .V'.r,nt:on on the r, i.w. r at l'or- . .Lit" - - r " - U ' ' ... . ...-, F. M. baiUU m re- '-t,Vto"oe!iv'n in health iu Hen , ,r P Martm. fomeriy of Yuma, ' , bafced WitfieW ilras on wfrc r,,d La Juutn, toloiaJ.., on JJ . 1U.XT ' - . m 1. ..-j. a?la nriAj3 ...Tr-Aa. M iioau buy in ij. , ID.. I.!-" T , i ... ...... ...rvtrieA.1 on .lit auuu, " - ry oreJitablt) landscape. i( Mates ha received Wb cer- , uikMntnu-nt a-, medical ex- ii,- Isegimi of Set Kuicbts. . V.c-jxc has betn aptouited t.rM All tbe vacancy ocea- . tii pr imotic-ii of Captain 11 vrr A. . .,-u-f. Ihxna, f the Kww bouse. ua lautifol spedmens of moss aK-'u from tbe mwes at unwHn C;i:up. oro-satta, of tb...

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. — 12 January 1884

Weekly craggx slrrEPAY. JAKCAJtYJftlj Locttl IiHellisenctt. iTHE GABP FISH. Tl.lr Arrival Tt-strMtpr- ofTTiolr History. ,V Urlcf Sketch Miller received yesterday iWt! (torn xuina r. tin Imottt onuty paper setst at 8ft sfflit. 1 Je Quijoioe amigrtta( aontinue 1 i , l . I 4l... 1... l8entione.i a" ate p st brauc'. rc genen-.i lit- No leap year tell has in Tucson. "Xo Credit," k the ed ii. the city jail. D. S jyder U noina to house at Quijotoa. J. H. Shotwell will merchandise at Quijotou. Dr. II. W. Fenner conntv hospital patientst The new comet i to b seen in tuo northwestern sky each e niug at sbeu hs.lt past 8 o'clock. Pr. lessor Thomas is rsanixmn h.- maaic..!. forces for a cone to be uiv.i. .a 'be near future. Parties from Los Angel say that tb- weather is much intldtr i l Tuosou than i'i tne celestial city. Dvea the tap root of a tte-.' trowing lii a li Haute grow lowar the Center c; . L lor tte earth? Dr. J. C. Handy says Ui s Ch.nai . 5 Of. street, reported toj bate the ! : - o...

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. — 19 January 1884

1 ARIZONA CITIZE XIII. TUCSON, PIMA COCXIT, ARIZONA TERR I TORY; S AT URD AY , JANUARY 1Q. I8S4. VEEKLY CITIZEN. Prialif & hW&lm Ce V SLOVE. Pieaideat. nxu : . too . ITS .TI.SISO t I 2 . jtjaaat waarUoa hFFICE : i Congress Street , -. ; 'h a. of the Geological Snr- ,, oast MMMi'a Geld ojier- .-, .rriJ several more ruins of jseliorf, diSering in some . a' it sny previous ex- I i,r aioit remarknble dis- i at year is a village of :?r-r"UOJ dwellings, 6itu- - laimit of one of Hie rl ., a ia thr San Friocieeo -. -,u the Ssn Joan region of r.i ;a iKWooau-s more com- : thu character than any m ' the country. These . . xHt along tha tributaries L : r Colorado river, where .tious once existed in the .-.p:M in the deep ent can- d iU of tbe oeeapation of ..'i:i'ias has not becti definitely l.tr tt.ll it be nntil more pro- a- -logisU than tie young men , L ' to the Geological Survey examised and reported n. B it we bare other ruins m i, i -h .ire of vastly more itn .. the i ielonau than...

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. — 19 January 1884

I Weekly Citizen.: 'SATURDAY, - - JANTJAKY 19,18pj ' THOSE BOAS. I Delegate Oury must havs busied hira- LXTn REASON' TOGETHER, In Omm m clad to know that at i 4 there arc a Tew ot our leading citi- who are getting their eyes opened the- true situation, and have come to t j aonchuinn that towns don't irrow. iui.:,u.e vwij u - jjr " self during the past season to write five U -t are bnilt; that opportunities bills; but with one exception they are i. fleeted may never be presented again not needed. The bill t test the poeai- a d that the time to strike is when the b. ities of striking artesian water, if a i u m hot. It the citizens of Tucson sufficient amount of money is asked fell now nnite on all questions of vital for to test various localities intheTer- aterest to its future, and -work as one ire. -crnnH be a nseful biU. The bill providing for the election ol governor, if it includes all other Territorial officers, and was made to apply to all the Territories so that there would be...

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. — 19 January 1884

1- I - Local Intelligence. Itmccin moaniau" ww.- . taiitilui snow." i - it u ., ,KrretiBcrowei iunmKu- t.st-booming days. ,t v,ml lias in his ofHeo n uieon- J.fmea of from the Clifton . , mines. ...;.. t sav in rejinrtl to of the Supreme Court affirm- , si uvoce. r 1 Starr claim tojwve found a A- i. thronsh the Tucson Sierras jstfi pans. j ij uin to be .1 fav- , lav resort for lovers of recrea- beautiful in nature. .,.,.t in pu, the motto over one io U citJ" lwl ?'Hrd- .ml the raanacene is - iiLtT;in!i Comnanv , yaijotoi out by Warner b i 4 ' ' i iv-on's quarry through .1 a..---- ,r.. U-i- x' 1' u tUe season when Rnimms hwveted, and larce ,t-4f .? Cud at Covered We Is si I ' , h native silver with little " - j 5 .tm oat all over it. . v j.-nt an teanvter Trill set through - x ilrAihX toQaijoto in lire to six 1 Bw.,le the averasre Mesicau re- IftVB W sC t.' I'¬ ll ..nv i- about to build nj d-wir on the Baldwin hotel. t IT u: built for the ice trade next jaTL' r. Hi., ptvtiliarity ot ...

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. — 19 January 1884

.Veekly" citizen. Local Itttellisence- l IVh.ce ia remniif a twh . of JV..U Wreck has tenty-five men Clack and Fraak Oiflekte Me .jk" on the raiboad. Kc Wood U Betim k'1 Tfc" , r fruit trees in hi erehaM. 7 s Miner reports the carp to be do . II tlins far in Warms' pond. ' 1. . T irt ia being made to vmt olidaU- Qaijotoe telegraph oompsair. j, is a quarrel ataon? tbe tarm-rs -..uta Crnr bottom owe water. - AEedMeoatwiei toluw amar. -vairaa am Muring haradaome r coia in aallitu hay iijo Iki T lYnsiars in I'lm.i Comitr, Arizona. ffiti G. Spring. Taoaoa, eunebot warJid, left haxiti, $2, monthly. Hi r:y 5L De Hart, Tucson, guuehot Tai.d, neat tude head, 1, monthly. tjtLony Richley, Tnoaoo, ganehot Kaaitl, left heel, S4 monthly. If ward Stones Tucson, dislocation of ki :nee, 88 monthly. , C Raff, Taction, jraMbot wound, nt ankle, St monthly. T, a. S. Xeff. Tueaon, injured lull grtt. toe, $1 monthly. ' tlna'i E. Stillaon, Tucson, trauahot oroid, right forearm, $-1 wofittily. 1 Ifcwy Li. D...

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. — 26 January 1884

27 ARIZONA WEEKLY VOL. XIV. TUC801S. PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1884. m. 1. WEEKLY CITIZEN. Tsa Priatisg & PnilisSiM Co 8. A. MANLOVK. ! extent TBBX ! v t'asr . jU.'.'ti. .... m ..:! . 17 ADTaansise tT: 2 1 3$ nrt sub obseaeet ieserUoa OFFICE : Street No. 314 Congress DST YOOB TEARS. fm-h ya.pa"by w expressed in vori- oasu-tors for Mr. Yillard's downfall. He 13 tid W bare been a K8neroU8 nna & noble, man. But bo was ax&i tie kind, of man to take charge L tii. contraction and management of ,..t corporation Kko the Northern ! acifr railroad. It is said that he drew , .i:.umiuu nnif Tiar fliil fir an. . v im un bwib-v y serrate account as between and the eompaay, bat threw intn the ceeeral land, and E ke-p everything urtqr i.im iaai inn L ' ...flea raided as ma oh as a million '. liars f.rthe use of the company on lis own came, forgetting that his name ws oa!r gool for that amount because tie X.'rthern Pacific railroad was at his l .rk. It was not...

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. — 26 January 1884

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, - - JANUAKY 18M ODE NATIONAL LAND One of the boasts ot oar people onr ; w K jt B()t pay itg & DAH.7 PAPER. It it.Mtcc aaotHumon tbing in the we-s t Iftr ooatauaies or individuals to un- dertaVn the publication ot o daily paper w t m a daily ratter is not needed and The citi- public land system. In soma particulars j z ,E, jj Pl(-tij wJlo 8cem to there is good reason therefor. A plan i that distribute a home to the poor s veil as the rich, without price, ii one of which we may well lie proud. The homestead and timber culture laws, which aside from very limited tecs re¬ quire no expenditure but "the sweat f the brow," is a credit to the country hod en evidence ot wise etateamanship in the party and the men that gave the BTstem life. But like mne other features in our national system, and, m j fact, in every system awaiting the light i ol long experience, there k yet some¬ thing open to criticism. It is but just, lwwever, to the law makers or the country 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. — 26 January 1884

V iVKEKIA" CITIZEN. 1 SA rTRDAY. - JAXaAKYi2ClS3t Locul Intelligence. Tbo Omega mine troubles will eoenbe in the pust. A tent fBCtory bns beej opened 011 Congress street The Star waute the aahntwa Army to llime to Tucson. I). Snyder will personally uttend to his Quij'oto i fctore. , Uailey 1ib been commissioned t,-. b.-a oothry public. Kn.'xCorbettwos sworn yesterday as ssist.in. postmasier. P K. fully has etwt for a lot of orp, wUi.-a be expeott in b few day. T icoa now bus eu ore market, as will h 6, i v ,a 0,3 ia nn0ther 'nUln' r J K-rtkmRe has some sketches of tv' Qaijotoas at bis office in the court ii use- T 6 'upment of lumber, produce and . tawes' articles to Quijotoa continue Zch frwU hai coue up one coiit per ! p,Tiad Mthe Qoijto?, makxns it now , tw I'ents. Bkmsnd Gardiner will . J ..'.ivsjctns of the Sabino water trWbedinafewdaya. r D I'oitem is receiving letters from .1 ,Ju of the Territory favoring the ., relation of a pioneer society. T . brewery at Total Wreck ar- e....

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. — 26 January 1884

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY, - JANUARY 26, lSil Local Intelligence. Robert Harrison is night clerk ot the Cosmopolitan. The A. O. U. W. Trill j-ive a musical and literary entertainment and social cn the 30th instant A petition is being circulated af-kip? for a postoffioe, a postmaster and daily mail at Qnijotoa. 2d. C Marsh, formerly proprietor of the Pico house at Los Angeles, is sick at the Grand Central The Sixth Cavalry, which has been in Arizona for nine years, trill shortly be moved to Montana. The Fronterizo says that Dr. C. H. Lord is in the city of Guadalajara, ia thb State of Jalisco. Fine watch repairing a specialty at J. A. Turner & OojewelersyCouj-ress and Meyer streets. Money advanced on watches, diamonds and jewelry, d&w Three Mexicans went up the Sabine canyon last week to locate some mining claims, and came out by In Ventana. They report a rough country and verj cold weather. There was a man in town whu thought him wondrouB wise. He swore by all the fabled gods...

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. — 2 February 1884

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, im. NO. 2. EKLY CITIZEN. fiTiitizeaPrifiUif & PtsMns Co 8.A.HAJMVK.Pi-t mas Fer Teir Sall. TheXtb. ... l3S.at Smtai l-r-" - fnoo . 3 tt) . 17C 1 S No. OFFICE : 314 Congress Street. BESETS IM BASS. BjtLt time ago it Beamed ss tonv the robbers and murderers had ,ttliebet 'f A"00 auJ sonthwest- r S.wMrno- For sometime after 'v '.., station train robber-, not eTa ache cold be found ol the rob- v,;, LeH--ioItne Southern Pa- tvo ol as faithful detec- ..' its country affords, have had J. JjR-a.; job in hand and we are clad ";. ir tUtthey have proved equal to j eieMency. The due of the tobacco ,.-. J empty cans where the robbers Jcaipel which had contained pickled -.-jet,sndlbe discoveries they lead ( . sin td been published in theso zsi s From these relics found ou .fKrt, tbey traced the robbers step . . s.o w at first, but surely as their x -i J1 io. Atterdeterminingthei: . .t f. departure, the place...

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. — 2 February 1884

J f 1 Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, - - FEBRUARY 2, MOB LAW. The town of Socorro, X. SL, ia cer¬ tainly very unfortunate, either because of the unusual atrocity of the crimes of those awaiting trial in the county jail, the difficulty in preventing the acquittal or escape of notorious criminal", or in a lack of a moral public sentiment having a due regard for law, human and divine, teaching every good citizen to look with horror on the crime of murder, whether committed individually or collectively. Perhaps, from all three of these causes certainly from the latter, for neither of the other two can be a sufficient apology for the latter. Daring the past three years more ille¬ gal executions by hanging have been perpetrated ia that locality than in any other that we know of in that Territory. The last murder, in n collective capacity, was committed a few days, or nights, since, when nn armed mob went to the county jail, and without meeting any rosistance, took therefrom the notorious murde...

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. — 2 February 1884

1.1 t-EBHCAHYttM l0Lill iiitellise.icc. LOfJAS LOCALS. A dratrm- City Tlio Koail From Tucson to Oaijatoj. -titig a boom. . ,i ufre is more beer . .. c.-.aip. i liriag and cowing " -'- -.z bottoms. iVtriry Mth. are in!" bio,m iD I .liuwj i .r J - U?3 p r t.h-... re -t m tb' ne scnooi Ust coat of nJ :.ec i: house is ,,r j!ntimifa tr ah. t barrest black 3 li¬ fe 'In::; . r s. h. - ..ir ,an:ri fi . r - - . iralieU ana , , i,,, Jt.w WSexrajiii " ' , tr.iv shipped ,row Ml ..'sy ! - .'j. are ehippins Urge , -' 'f,.a urines near San ;,r ,.u -raeKer. l jrn in ihe public ." . - m ix to eiehteen Ilia- tbem sie boys. ! . pen a lnus store at J. , or about February I iMrty built the store. Z i.zu appeared m the , , .. ctrriiij the o ' the other oijotoa .' I In -" ' foiiaerlv occupied .ortlvtobe trao- dtore norter toe . 1 mchmu- .ni a aoeeutuy - - - , le-rs, Oongreea sua Mo;,.'T advanced on .'.-! r. I jewelry, dfcw - -.iita will supply yoa with ,j. -a. California crashed ,i r.i k a car load; go an...

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. — 2 February 1884

I Weekly Citizem H.VTU8DAT. - FEBBUATIYS, Local Intelligence. Lotus cur. VaJut f lite Helue i Houm . tjl-onlns Camp. Tin following m a list of the business noM now at Logan Oity: Bnwery: Knricht, Bearer & Co. Corrals: Frazer k Gibson. O. K., and Lodgini; houses: Mrs. Christie. Hot!: Mrs. Louis, lira. Henry. CSbop house: J. Milstead, DanSfacean The alamo tree on the Hauls are in bloom. One man at Logan has already boil! summer resort. Sonora oranges are plentiful in Tucson market . . . i. trm !r. Ubase, poreaaaerof the Unnaigw w. miue ib in the city. : Jwtace of Peace: T. J. Griffitli. .. . "Oteborshop: J. I'roober. The "nhnoi.minew aw aaul to be Kwa depot: J. S. Jdnnsfeld. li -petal of a boom. General merchandise: It. Gibson, The Ariioxui Telegraph Company Juw ey. Madam Miobel, II. Meyer, S. had a sign painted. U. Snyder. . . . . , . Lawyers: J. C. I'errv, ond Eucene Tucson bakers sell sateen pounds r - bread for one dollar. Saloons: Ilibbsnl CuMtnepi. T, Jour- TiMreoBnt frosts ...

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. — 9 February 1884

it ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL. XIV. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATI'RDAY, FEBRUARY i), m. NO. 3. 11 bubmui mm & BlTt&' uweruon.. OFFICE: 314 Congress 5 03 . . 1JC as 1 s Street. Al,prtie. fatteu- . .J. hiw m An- ,K at rattle awl caw - - AU that can v toibese who EPsS. -S te ooi BU .... . r... 41 I , bt'maibng paiehte. We oun only , :..' titer are many rattehes iu &n- J 1 -1 , rijatr io pnon uwu iew uqhu.c j toe .stthi on tbem) hundreds i-2l of dollars. There bw also . ,;.' ranches to be token up all iT ." There are perhaps . .j a it rancher, to be taken up in , ... comity. These ranches ,.: ig iwut-rs do not possess howing .- f u ..ter, for such ranches have . iikt-u up; bat there are hun i T ;i...?es which possess as fine , wni re water can be had by . . . i j a . 1 iff? feet deep. Of course it is : i. -r. J' to draw water by caloric j .-brine power or with a horse r. .3, i :t is to turn stock on the eom- : j 'hey can help themselves. ,M f i-. rijoee of di...

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. — 9 February 1884

V r veekly Citizen. ;U;UAX7- - FEBBUAliY 9. ISfl FOR JUDGE. I The interest of the jmblio demands' tltot n successor to the late Judge Sheldon be appointed at the earliest possible moment. We understand that Walter Tan Dyke, ot California, would accept the position it tendered him. Some of the leading attorneys of this place, including Judge Earll, Campbell, Hayues, Hoover and others, learning that Mr. Van Dyke would accept the position it tendered him, interested themselves in his behalf, and circulated a petition yesterday, respectfully asking the President to appoint him an As¬ sociate Justice of Arizona, which was signed by the cntiro bar of this city. eOTEKKKEKT ARBITRATION'. I' .rl SebnrE, in the North American ,v. nrgst that "the government :ii takeoliarge of labor troubles by - n.uing system ot arbitration be- . employers and their employee." -,- are many case where a fair nd- utof difference might be made h arbitration, bat in a very large l!v ot cases neither the goveru- 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. — 9 February 1884

mil yon Local imellfe"00- I'M-tfru"-"" 1 ufJ tU " -eiwr oniony nr.- wy . diamond iwJ !r- " " ' .. ..iniDirM'ine eoW The Italn-TIi Milieu 1 lie luittaiia-l'rii- Eri-e uf ih Tovitia. b-U ij ii mit.f. Crx. -io)er od re- ivf.ri. tail J- tsj heet iron ware. !...vin stove spaoialty. quick salw is oar fit- ad t- I oniic" o-T C. 1. . . i. tan ' . oilUnaetl Silver Oitr l.-.f.rA a,, attachment upon ', ' j,e property in this coudiv of the ,JrVB JJifbS company. The V which is one of the ' ', tt3Hient eTer filtxl in the '.' I. ..rd-r' office.- Republican. Smelter company hare the Jilue S - v "i , half -interest in ., r. :inaiej in ue uarnua'c , j'j.irvf. I' M between Har- u JI.'ry, and is pronouneed to , '.V -:lw awl lead property. rf r-risl is Wad. several oars of ire already been clii)ixl to The vein is three or four feet . .iarc n:. . and saddler shop of M. ii turninc out some ex- -'.- ri. The lmmitatiou Concord .ut-iiiativitaptnred by hitn is one of - tvet and strotiKest made ou the In? Cali...

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. — 9 February 1884

' ft Weekly Citizen. nDAY, - FEBRUARY 9, 18S1 Local Intelligence. THE PIOKEERS. I cnurtboose yard is to be fenced. . .1 - Tenderfoot Pioneer Society" i s, on the tapis. S v another reduction work cont-j if for Tuoson comes to tUe front. ! vraconloBdotSoooro wGterrfleJorM rJ lr-tel attention in the stress jester- 1 , Board of Supervisors bftvc ire- 1 the spplieatkw of Col. Haskell lr 1 a-ciatee. -r. J. S. Crosley bas plaead upon his r ,u the Santa Cotelina mountains, " 1 i i .J of stock. V -srs. F. W. GreKC, It H. Chase d iJTsias Fitch are the incorporators ol i w Gunsight saining oompauy. r.tnor has it that the committee of .'.,r .rf th Arizona TeieRraphOom- " -who have been out surveying a fur their nne, struo deim 30 feet wide by LoW lorn:. i H wad to be known as the Koblt - . .11 Itoad, hae been located by Vt. ' imdv.E.L. Wetmore and J. 1. - lfwundretoodthat this was - !e decided upon by the Board of i i-on, - ! L. AVetmore is ensaRedinem- ." and moontinR the huge head or . uiain...

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. — 16 February 1884

ZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. XIV. TUCSON. PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1884. NO. L u:kkly citizen. " : YNLOVB.PteMdaut. SOO SOO in . MTR: ' ..--... .... 2 Q - i tuuit insertion 1 IS , i F1CE : .11. Congress Street. it- . , , .'.I'M OT ABBOK& AMD HEMCO, i trod need ia eongreM of private land claims a--i territorial. It w r . small land owner", u ..-! ciriztns of the United o'ihc treaty of Gaada- ! , .-..i of roono are of. Mes- l L 'tfr?r rwJM f tbe , , ,.W (.r? a&otedby Una bill , , ., bottom lands of the ' V . 1 1 k , i Arizona, who would be . . '... As we understand r :"of tlie bill does not . o: ihe right of the settlers, via " - ;. in. do of per fating titles -- r .a .1 We believe there are no I nr.-- to f be snj-ii! !ii:'d holder -,.;.( ruz near this place, where ' ,i -h holdium in Arimona New Mexico they are i There, though the .. .necstors, have lived ii i the land from 100 to "i many localities claim- ' I .;i.its within the past few r.ie ,ip covering...

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. — 16 February 1884

- r weekly Citizen. SATUBDAY, - - FEBRUARY 16. 1884 THE MEW BO.NAKZAG. Tbe Bonanza mines continue to at¬ tract attention from all parte of the com try, and desp t the repeated warn- ings of the pros and the superintendent of the mines, proieeiors and laborer continue to coin bjr the tens and by tbe hundreds. Mr. Brook, who is about is¬ suing a newspaper in Logan eity, and came up from tbe mines this week, in¬ formed the writer that the prineijal street of .Logan and New Virginia city is noarly u mile long, and that from ap¬ pearances he is of the impression there are a thousand people on the ground. The houses are of every known Epec.es of the inventive Yankee mind, supple¬ mented by wkfct has been learned from the Mexicans and Indiane. There are a number of very good frtme hotibes abont completed, and many others in course of construction. Tbon comes the canvas bouse, which is constructed of heavy duck stretubed over a frume of Oregon pine.. A few have made prepa- Uos to build adob...

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