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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 22 March 1884

r VfEEClTIZEN MARCH 22. 1 JOHN L. SULLIVAN. ,r the WorUl T Uiamuloa Slower or "ie EsWblts His S.rMff""- ,.. taviou also S.VOT, OHittWIK AM' bOW ,. MAStr art of cr- J ! COM3. Tncwn litis seen tL keif-deMe l.b;eo exhibited "5 " t n"JwJ.ed champions. Tc "J 'rao-ktKl oat PaJJy . Sre auto ""J !. ; unknown but bkb n email L M- friends, has bbown us bis L"'' ;..eeat pbvriqae, wrf how ba 0811 th wen wbo wry um in the ' w , .J before be ttppitrcd was a description of tho boss g he appeared t nigbt, tiror. '"..'7.- abont as follows: He is a i . ,., Ij . . trui;l;""" , . WEDLOCK. a-te only ti toe lioros ol rropori. 7,-.nd in M"c knots but c: : . - auoear on the bask of 'a T,T,-c-i and down either siile of if" bV.' Tuese ureal ...uacles mnst i the secret "f hls sepenor c " Fr in liis armfi he :s the 61''1 ,a saw. Bat it is these 1 ' ia '1! niascles of the shonldore and t .k ;ha' i him t"OYC RN other nicu. : 1 i: an. whom be whipped, had .': three sood men before fr' wis vdry powerful ia hislong...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 22 March 1884

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY. MAltCH 22, 1884 5? SUICIDE. Disbelief i:t Immortality ami a Dis¬ ease Ends a Lire. AST ENCHXHEK . AT THX .HOSriTAJi 0086 HIS TUBOAT. About bix weeks ngo a rsulroRil en- gluoar, named ElVnrd Hamilton, about 45 yours of age, and employed by tht Southern Pacific railroad, -wan allowed to ester the hospital in this city. He was troubled by a disease whieb, though curable, would require the attention of physicians for somo length of time. It was an internal ailment, in no vay con¬ nected with blood jioisoning. Not with standing the assurance of tuts attend¬ ing doctors the patient grew despond ent, although during the nimy weeks of treatment be was never obliged to re¬ main in bed longer than the hours con¬ sumed by sleep by the most Leattby mao. lj&rit inarsuay Hamilton walked HON. SUM.NEII ilWAKl) Iafiraalion in Relation to the Pros- jectiTe Chief Justice Obtained from a Fornior IMIlor of the "Citiztn." A. Mo6t Satisfactory Record. Understanding that J. 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. — 29 March 1884

ARIZONA WEEK! CITIZEN. VOI, XIV. TUCSON, PDfA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, MARCH 20. ISS4. NO. 10. VREKLY CITIZEN. iisaPfiHlnsS PflMisiiM Co. TIT. MS ' r woo i ?. ..: i7c AitTEaTlsise ihtes: .Mwtinn 2 25 0 ' "..w Thaf.t insertion 1 25 "OFFICE: No. Congress Street W.W.H.VnVAHD. uenvrai .uanacer. " lac advance sheets of ex-Senator r. rue's book are beginning to be piib- heJin th? newspapers. Ho begins h J ms Buchanan, Louis Cass and jlrv Black, and he is very polite to je tlemeu. Certainly Democrats can take u exception to bis remarks, ecir.lly Pennsylvania Democrats. Same' is solid in Pennsylvania. The wntinca exceedingly nne and the read- 1M most entertaining. We recTa letter from Clark , U.-H fin morning, who pave: r,-arieM of inquiry was grestly de- i ...) bnt finally reached here this norning (March I Pubmitted to the members of the Central Committee the notion of where and when the con- i Ji n shall be held, but on account of tie 3 h)3b SDxers have oeen slow. As .1 ,a as...

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 March 1884

V jbKlvLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY. - - MABOH 29, 1884 Sciineb Howard, of Michigan, has been confirmed to ba Chief Justice of Arizona. W tune a suspicion that J. S. Obirk, of Tombstone, oonld tell more about the bid which Delegate Oury introduced imko OoBgtMM t pat Cochise connty tack into the Tne sou judicial district, - a; man dive. ttierfti? i.uy man id Arizona, who i -r solitilt 'infljoauce," who wants . :v iV K'l introduced into Con- r,, ;Vr to Delegate Oury. That n't wait to bear from hm . :'.-. Ha acta upon the appiica- i :hi ia an of "inflooenee." i , ' , r 1'huui, Ut Republican can L : ; ior Governor ot Ohio, to a speech . .:i iinatia few days ago, compared i' OciuoeaUo victory of t e last cam- it.': atb Napoleon's estimate of the f fioiodiuo "suet auotber 8ueL u-mn, great as it was, if achieved at ichs, would ba hia absolute mm." I'.ELiM cocsi t pe pie are petition . a pos'.office at a point on the Bine jx tlie northern part of the county :o be called Bedbank. The namec . gnincnu...

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 March 1884

f:EKiAr Citizen. hV IBPAY. MAltCH 20, 1RS4 KIT'S CAPTUl.K. il r.uli ulars of 111 Arrest Last Friday. I.V ...V (i u t nd If I"1 1" Oonm Out 'The " ',, ,.. aul AMinutBtluii Tliolt ,-"u'" M-.n Mr L- B. Van Bnrf, reprvsent- x ,,,,,. al lKjHr bouse of Henry .. of Ciiieinotiti, the fol of Kit Joy's oaphtre on ,v i.ftrnooR were obtained: I i... had tost ll truce of Joy f r.i to cive u; the Hjit , xw wete still "iookia lisat Veutiiiy ,Ioy went , r of a turaur uaaitrd Uuiitti . ti tue Giin wme tLirty miles ,.-r ritf. and knocked Smith L,,vitii ooituieralilu troublo v.,''!'), and being afra d to ,l.Kr. h faid, "Come in." Joy . ... . that 2sm", nd replied. .Smith ftiisweTeil "N ""V" At thin Joy oiiened the ,tei in his saotjjun, ana tnia, ... ...rneihiai: to eat." Smith . ...it t'irt drou on me thi L . ... , r.i.t tl ftMHl to tho dunr. ' ' n at.'- ravvnjualy, tellinj; Smith ,'u.V .11 tte since th0 S,ln,laJ' . .' L ,iis4Wared. Smith immedi i; tue: d.,:;IS? informed his neich ' . ..- fmir of them...

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 March 1884

7 -A vVeekly Citizen. SATURDAY. - - MARCH 29, 1884 j There ia talk of a new Masonic lodge boinsr orcnuizcd in Tucson. Tho report now comes that tbo Lojjnn well is down three hnnUred feet, going through n hard, flinty formation, in which there is no wator. Tho reports ab ut eastern capitalists buying up slag nround old Mexican Hmelters is equal to the yam about grafting vines on cactus. Parties bavins: extra numbors of tho specinl edition of the Citizen will con¬ fer a favor by leaving them at tho Cm- zicj office. They will be paid for. Messrs. Hartmaun & Hildebr-.ndt have purchased the old Excelsior brow erv. near bilvor JLake, anil will im¬ mediately ro-open, and fix it up for bnsi ness. Geome T. Martin has somo beautiful chlorides from tho bottom of a ten-foot shaft on thu Ln'u mine in the Q-iij toas. Assays on tho croppiugs wure Sl.SOO per ton. AY. B. HoDkins bos purchased the nlace recently occupied by the Wutor Oomnauvs office on Military plaza, and iutends to set out trees...

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 April 1884

XIV. ri-KLY Citizen.! cptam crawd, ' ' I dians Werp, iiniumull mm & PfiWMiBff Co "W. W. HAWARD Uaamml Hmnw, - 3 09 3 Vi 17C :. EtaNW Moan -mbaaqaeat inaarticm OFFICE : ID 1 H Congress Street. 1 . i: .mi!,; letter from Agent Wil- ; t rusing by every reader of He tolls some things that , ,;od at the Agency. Thin . rt n the agent and the mili- v i.aaten the trouble that is lrts it is averted by the It ean be done, sad now it Tbe government is .tries of oertain matters in :. The parties making the uope will prove trite to tbe by icsereetetl no wo go eminent .t mease ie detectives who :.J prjpjsed to tear up the . p s - ghastly official aetF, : j known of their inove- l ws that they h-i it-ft i nut was tbe last of the They had 'oeeu seen' - r ,tes Ikdiax SBRncii, l . - AOENCT. A. 1'., i February 9. 1SS4. ., . Commissioner of iiidiuii ; : ,e h -nor to inform yon .i.uion, any further effort to l;i ;i .n-i of this ree-r.'ation .i.-re-tuent entered into be- ttaiy of War r.noi the .e inte...

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 April 1884

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. - APRIL 5, 18F4 "A uoosu divided against itself enn- uot stand," ia an old axiom -which has hold good in the past and is likely to hold ood in the tnture, and we believe it will hold good in the case of the civil n id military powers now exercised on the San Carlos reservation. The military authority haa assumed certain control; it crowding tbo sg.sot to the mill; the peeoftibta Indiana are with the agent and opposed to tbe military; the "war¬ rior" (?) Mid the military nnders'and each other. ami it is generally uudei- stood that Use "warriors" buss the milit¬ ary and in eonseqtienoe are makiug it ad hot for the agent and the Interior Vo mrtsaast be it is u.wstble. This state of ennuot last lone. The Indian violates da Jy tbe rules of the agency and tli en calls upon the military to pro¬ tect tbem and they do. A short time sinee Indian married a squaw, having purchased her witlt a horse; after living with tbe woman a few days sent hor back to ber parents. H...

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 April 1884

KIvLYCmZEN. APBIL 5. ISSi THfii'LUH THE HEABT. Uifouf I'ostmaslpr Free¬ man. :s w.n startled Tuesday . Mi.c o'eitiokb.v lho report , f tlie wife erf Hou. M. P. ; uUr p tastor of (his ; ,.b committal with u v i.st.Rated by gloom .: .ib.tv. Mrw. l'rwiuan 1 1,,-oHJi f r some years . ..rr 'uuied by the most jiy domestic ecprieiiei ,. iitrbappj" vieitimle r uht about I t disease. . a, s s j fur ks have beeti ; A iiT et that while Butfcr- re li. ndachf broMf-ht on :,vkn iistjl which was ui'.fr tlu bed f.ml fired ., iv. bullet UkiiiR effect in mid pirreinK ils0 beal h- instantly. An hour bc- . ;1 lude her adieu as lib 't,.ro-. little dreaming of wllM unui; iu ills "i 'Maou abotit the houso ' . -. i i .i . s 4 servant gin auu me t- .id-va tUe lirst ictima- . ' ne tilooni that now per- Loiae thet has been the ' il -,'ort ot many friends. Mrs. lf M Rnd tLor9 tile bonte sad ero ltorn- r' "W'u- fVnn dead. Mes- ! -nld i:- Fentier, lat the fatal bul- i,. . -ji-d the necfw:fy of the ' . : ir ia 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. — 5 April 1884

f vVEEKLr OrnzEN. SATURDAY. - APJtIL 5, 1SSI SMALL TALK. A au wee akad to find a word To rhyme with Qoi jot m. That's iwj dona, h quirk averred. They need water like old Moah. Sort Lowell has a court martial in progress. Tho new diutrict judge k expected to arrive on Monday nest. It is rumored that Justice Griffith of ljugaa City, is about to tie a nuptial lmot. Do Gormo, who robbed tie Pearson eato bore last year, has !"!, kilted iu Kew :iiexico while attempt iu to rob another safe. It was not n safe ousioews wi& him. On the 26tb. Governor Tntle pardoned James Knight, convicted of forger? dur- me the May term. 1883, or the district oottrt of Fun i county, sebteneed to one year. By Itiis p&rdbn Mr. Kuiglit saves bis citiaeuship. It is the mnn of deeds and net words who generally snocteifi, and that i wot the piibl'c stiouUl have ooaSdenes iu tbe Dyr quartz mil), which is being built. Withont 8mz a word Mr. Dyer ties oome to luson, is putting up his aulM nuu prorHKtiS to demo...

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 April 1884

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. ,U. XIV. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1S84. NO. 12. CITIZEN. Priilm & MMw Co. TSKJ4S : V.W.HAYWAltD. uenerai iianaqer. f 5 00 SOT 17C No. MTRTIla KATES: -.rst insMttoo ..... OFFICE : Congress Street. 2 23 The Presoott Courier 6ays: "Gero- nlmo, it is said, will have to give up the stock he brought with him from .Mexico. So far, so good. After the stock is given up, let tho military turn U(.'ronim'i over to tho civil authorities for trial upon the charge of murder. We havo no doubt but General Crook would bo an excellent witness in the case. HI 4 " - -n r . ii fiol deal ot t'ckins ver . 1 7 . , j cnrt Commissioner Peel, 'Iri l ;:e ,n reG8ni to tn0 tUreatcn- " ,sl.,1Ll-.. ,,? a writ of babens corpus r Ve.-sinu of tlie 1700(1 chPPers ' V. j-tlj the U.S. Deputy Marshal, l v. das .-ice we approved Mr. Peel's .- in ' ii " a it'- New York Commeeciaii Gazette (Rep.): The Democracy in Illinois are running Free-Trader Morrison for pre...

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 April 1884

J P vVeekly Citizen. SATURDAY, - APRIL 12, 1884 Mn. De Long Ecoms to bo very anx¬ ious to defend Geronimo, and in doing eo takes pains to say something: for Gen¬ eral Crook. Ont of 100,000 people in (bis Territory there have been perhaps a dozen who seem to approve Crook's pol¬ icy; but vusit surprises us the ruokt is that Mr. De Long, acd the others who defend Geroniino, say noth ng ubout the fallow who did comtnit tho murder, and who did 8M.MP9 from Sheriff Shibell. We don't care whether it was Geronimo or PyoDSona. It is a difference with bnt little distinction. The latter was a mur¬ derer and indicted, and is 1 kely one of Crook's special pete. The "old timer" mide a mistnke when be furnished the information to a representative of the Citizen, but bow these small fry bowl over the mistake. Why bbould Geron¬ imo be such a favorite with Crook and bis admirers? Suppose he did not com¬ mit this particular murder Mjven years ago, as alleged? Does Mr. De Long pre¬ tend to say that Ger...

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. — 12 April 1884

) V VEAr Citizen, . - APlUIi 12, 18S4 PUBLICAN CONVENTION Koos or tot Ueitbucin mrssRrTv?KtU.CENTB., CoilMITTKE. V rfTT. ABIZO.NA. March SI. 1531 . ,- n Convention of the Republican t ' I -ntory of Arizona, to consist of '..-sates, is hereby called, to lie , v i.f Pheniv April 22. 1SSI. for tho . . . nc t wo dcScsatc nnd t nJter- ,ubiic.in National Convention, to l .-ago. Juno 3. The several i erntitry will be entitled to tho . -vis of delegates in said 'f errito- o-vrit: 6 Cookise 5 Graham.. 12 3 6 Y.- " 9 Mohave ....... 5 Pima 12 5 aTHpai 13 .-,-.ts of the party ami Territory r ..-tendance of delegat-,s,.nnd this Wfs lyroquet County Committees ' iartie novum for tho se- ,i:.itruemn in ihe party to com. r onention hreb- called, t v should he tne correct expo. , . ... ., ii. of the party upon u pamio rt hiiOu:il De auaiiiteu 10 lis t tvmdaet or present viovt e are ; u the traditions and the f un- which form the grand edifice . i X -r the name ot tne iteputm. . -. vr shall w it wiiie...

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 April 1884

vVeekia7- Citizen. hi 4 ir SATURDAY, - APiHL 12, 1884 DISTRICT COEKT. Jnd0 Fitzgerald Is Strom la nnd Takes II U Seat on tUo llcnch. Monday inorniDg Jtnlee Y. F. Fits. gsrald aecvtinpaiiied by a party of friends appeared before Juetico Meyor noa tooK the oath ot office, iio at once ontord tbe court room aud directed Daputy Sheriff Cordis to open court. Aattn? District Attorney Campbell stat¬ ed to the court that Joseph Oceey, had been convicted aud sentenced to death for the murder of Jailor Ilolbrooi; at a former term of court; that the case had been appealed to the supreme oourt cud that the decif-ion of the latter affirmed the deerskin ot the lower oourt. He bow asked this court to nnaie tho' day of exermtiot-. Judge Fitzgerald directed aa order to the sheriff to brine Uaeey into conrt to-motrow morniair at 10 o'clock at which time the date of the ex ecatijn will tic designated. The Judge announced that the law calendar would be called to-morrow raorniu at 10 o'clock sharp, and s...

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 April 1884

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN 9 HL. XIV TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, APRIL 19. 1881. NO. 10. vnasKLY CITIZEN. ?:?aPriiti3fi& PaWisMng Co. re A 11M. V. W. IIAYWAM). General Manager tehms : 17C DVX3TtSlXO sates: , r.r.t utfttkm ,a(.t, Mtbuuqasnt wirtion OFFICE : Street. 2 25 1 26 0 31 4 Congress rt S, K. DeLono writes a lengthy Star. We wrote a snort one i 1 ! .1 .a , m ju,s .ijro, ami uisjimjcu ku ' ,h'i;enr0 at the Citizen's t sf tr c 'it Oeronimo having onco . ' .-teJ and escaped, when another f1' alJ have been nnmed; but Ptter has been settled. His last coraeceed about John P. Clum's n.r i it: n sv someiuiuj; omunui; Another CoDgresdonal district chose two Arthur men yesterday. Missouni must have a Democratic dark horse. Tho Democraoy ot that State have chosen their delegates to the national convention, but they ure un- iustructed. The Prescott Courier snya all that General Oro k has to do to quell the Apache warriors when they are about to rise up and kill somob...

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 April 1884

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, - APRIL 19, 1S5M Tuesday Joe Casey ptid the penalty of tlie law for tho crime of murder. There is n difference of opinion among people us to the righteouscoHS of capital pun¬ ishment, bnt in practice, States thnt bare abolished it at times hare gladly returned to it. It seems to be the only way to deal with high-handed criminals. Desperate diseases require desperate romedtee. Public sentiment is undoubt¬ edly in favor of hanging murderers by the neck until dead. If the law wil',not do it, Judge Lynch aits in judgment, no matter -what tho morale of the commun¬ ity is. Arisona has made wonderful ad- vnaeoe tho past three yeara. It wax once H lawless country the highwaymen, assassin and murderer held high carnival throughout the territory. They reward supreme and their power was felt in our eeurta of justice. There is a great eltaage. To tell how it has come about ami who to Rive the credit to would be a difficult task. Each and every good citizen is entitled ...

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 April 1884

V m4! Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. APRIL 19. 1884 JOSEPH CASEY. Tm'ii Her Loose-Gooi-lye" fere Ms Last f oris. HE ASCENDED TIIE SCAF¬ FOLD V.THI A FIRM STEP. Hundred Peopis Witness the Execution. ,.,:rWBS HKA.VBN AMD XIRTH. V human beiag suspended in the air i, f-v-'-i i've:i au oartii H breathless , is an awftil spectacle. lao origin of hnngiug, as it ia com- . culled, ia shrouded iu the re- , : antiquity; but wo road of it ,u0 enlightened Poraians as far bk I- ih story of llimiun. in i'i Sanscrit ami Hebrew thoology 4v. podding oi humHa blood wn3 .tcl'Sv abhorrent, and tbo puniah- ' '-it for murder has been tbo most "..ffiiaiow that could be devised t'-ip.iHtion. " 2 ,e object ot hanging a murderer was f j,t the ywple might nil seo tho fate i mt the la uietes out to the 6bedder of ii'.Mid; but in modern times for some n-untelliirible reason the wisdom of ages - uii"atoried by hanging in 6ecreL llio moral effect of the execution of 'a is lost upon the people, and ..uiuirp ia jail amou...

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 April 1884

7 FSbl Vhjekly Citizen. 1 r. i 3ATU-KDAY, - APRIL 19, iae4 SU1KJIUUX KKSORTS. AVhra 9MH'i MniMr KeaMesiU Will At tbe aoogs erf the birds are heard in iiM mid -woods upon the opening of spang,; tbe denisens of the city of the Aeaari hatar&lly inquire for the most en- jorabl places to spend Sundays and ' AGCA CAUBXTB le bont fifteen miles out of Tucson, in the Kiacon, or corner of the moun¬ tains 8nU Catalina. The road is over a level mesa, stopping "to water" at Fort Lowell, aborr. half way. Agna Oalieajte, or Fnller'a ranch, is destined by nature for one of the most delightful en tamer resorts of the people of Tncson aud Arieous. The agna caliente, or wsmt' water, holds a temperature of shoot 80 decrees, and projdaoes spring vegegtbles some weeks sooner than tin eolder irrigation ot toe vaueys. -nr. Anderson, the landlord, has improved ins cultivation of the place vastly in the past year, and the place is already a bower oi roses ana a iorest ot peucn tree Irfooais. Tbe orchurd ...

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 May 1884

CITI VOL. aIv. .t:kly citizen. - ; i Prillllf & PBMisMflg Cfi ,.VM. W.W. HAY WARD. TUCSON, PIMA OOUXTY, ARIZONA TEItUITORY, SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1884. - NO. 15. Vanderbilt's one hundred millions of government four per cent bouda can be justly conceded nn item of interest four nyllion dollars, or tboroabouts. The lished tkbus : ...VKSTMIKB KATtS: 15 03 . 00 171 English money lender are becoming usurious. Not content with a fair inter¬ est on their Egyptian loans, thoy ere covetously looking after a fnlse prophet. s s 1 35 . .jtea,anatiMorUsn. OFFICE : Street. roport of the grand jury pub- m u CrrizEX extra Hatnrdnv ocuiuk was au interesting ana in some respect n remarkable document. It finds a school building which cost tho people $40,000 unsafe for occupancy and fixes the blame on no particular party, claiming that tho district attorney's legal opinion was that no crime had i. -ii.i - ,. , . uceu cumxuiueu ana tne grand jury could do nothing but censure somebody N'0. 314 Congress ; ...

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 May 1884

J Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. MAY 3, im i 1 i. H I I -I 5 y 4 2 I TnE Territorial grand jury, which was adjourned last Saturday showed the right spirit, and disclosed the fact that it was tho lirst grand inquest ot the county wo have had tor a long time that wsr not managed or controlled iu a Measure by a coterie ot plunderers. Tho Star some time ago alluded to tho tact that the administration of tho affairs of the county neoded looking after. Our oveniusr contemporary suggested that wa wore firing random shots. Tho Stnr will add right hero that not one-half has been brooght to light, and ere live months have passed there will bo shown cause for general indignation anion c tho taxpayers of Pima oounty. Star. If the Star is bo well informed of ras cality going on, it appears to us that lh) taxpayers he horps upon will hold him responsible in a largo measure for not exposing tho dark deeds of the county officials. Tho Star has done nothing to bring to light any crooked transaction. What...

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