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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 3 May 1884

Weekly Citizen. MAY 3. MSTKICT COURT. The f,Uon Trial Oilier Cases Hie I nlled State Court. l.re tho hour for opening n-- c.lv the corridors of tlio - ,nt wejro crowded with an anx- four! 1 Sl.) t- ', 0 . r n pranil msn enueil. i tbo Gibson murdor trial -s , f tbe court room were locked uarilsd ttntil tbo judge op A.s -iv Tres-;es tbo interest zooms to ' 4 1 l 1 1 i til great luiurost u) a loifcu '.., ciple wbo have become fa i liATfitoforo lirnnehfc crWil I.- ' n't a tlie- i"ilS;S- , Vl.-t. scant strouff assertions , . t , Biorniiift but the reporter 7 "i ' - bcv tacts tbat would just f:lLf interest to the public. lPpCCllOU iU UUUik iu 4 , ...1.441 HDA1 ' 143 lla;cuui .' ..1,.t an auxious look. f Z . . the officials state tbat bo bas ' n tiess and anxiom within tbo f-; 77 ' .. , ;.n.l that lie leeia tuai uis ritli tue eren- .t('lIfd;,vs ana unit ' t o! nccess it ought to. .-" iroa . it-i m crv f from i- . Aft witness for tbodefonso was KelfroiSvritnMsstaDd.tbo Jud?e It t7t be havin...

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 May 1884

r .7 WEEKLY. CITIZEN. SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1884 THE GU.NSIGIIT MIXES. What the cvr Company Is Dolus A Talk "With Uio "evr 3lannjrer. While rambling through tho cosy rooms of tho Commercial Olub Fridny the Oitiken reporter mot Dr. 1?. Hilton Ghtise, llio now mniiBgor ot the Gun- sight mines, and questioned him regard¬ ing the bow company nnd their inten¬ tions. The new company has been or¬ ganized under tho laws of Arizona, with a capital slock of 82,000,000, divided into 200,000 shares of the value of $10 each. After organizing the company here, Dr. Ghase went east and had n conference with the old members of the Gunsight Company, and thuy took 100,000 shares. 1 lies' now have plenty ol money to com plete the works and put tho property in good shape. The doctor left for the mines this morning and expects to have everythintr m working order in four veoks. The mill of the company has capacity for working db tons ot ore per day, It was erected bouio time ago, but was never completed nnd ha...

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 May 1884

ONA TUCSON PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, MAY 10, 184 NO. 16. :;a PriRtisi & PiiMlig Ca , ,A"M. W.W.HAYWARD, General Mainuter. iS 03 109 ITS SS 1 v:rKHSIKO MMt: - r-t tn 1 ;lh OFFICE V -J 1 -4 Congress Street. - uerons act for Jim Keene'a . , :Ttr liini $400,000 after be had ;i or more to try to recover 't ... it v8 a graceful wi in iug to wee opt it. Moat men z fortunes on their shoulders r.y on their beads v.-onld ... availed themselves of this , , , iiw eaeed tbe fall, and possi- ,vtrii themselvee. Jim Keene, r . r te haw learned, hits aotod .i ,-.s loucheo as any mnn could en- ,1 ia the kind of business ho is niauto specnhttior.6, of course, is , t .- s; i 1, caui his Jwsiiftt'L It iTic.H.iifl game of chanee. Thou- J. .-e daily their all, but they are .:. It- and never shine before the iiit-y play the faecinsting game - :i:.d tails" aiid "long and . ' -ii:ue a few days and go cat in , --. F..EU- in death. Keene is not 1. He bits m-ide a world wide ii : a t-ucotssf...

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. — 10 May 1884

7 4 7vsZ Weekly Citizen. SATUBDAY, - MAY 10, it; r 1 ' 11 I It- I 1 i - i 31 i i J 35 The merchant who bad that talk with the Star reporter pnts it a little s trout:. It is possible said merchant inay have lost some money by bud debts, amoug printers. The idea is not a stainae one. There nre men iu every oratf who are trifling and dishonest, but thore are also in the same orart as honest and honorable men as the mer¬ chant There are trifling and dishonest mecehaats; shall we condemn all mar chants because f that fact? Kot so. "Ve gave publication to the printers' areolar as requested, in the same spirit we wo old give pnblieation to an article writtoa by the aforesaid merchant, in reply to the printer' union that gen¬ tleman wishes to relieve the Star o the bnrdeu. We dr not favor "boycotting." It is a species of retaliation from which little or no good comm. Ooe threaten the merchant and the other a newspaper. It was kind in the "merchant" to draw the fire from Mr. Hngbes and parti...

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 May 1884

V7 7 t VEEKLY Citizen. Lt'K'AY. - MAY 10, 18r4 Ah Oltl Prospector. DnncaB. of Bowie, is in the i, t the find, white prospector . , r .-iied Ariaotia and is perhap, - w heat known men in the torri- .me here more than thirty ..til hue remained Since that jirau is a peculiar character . il:odso.rtartlinf experiences - u - httitnde dnnug theter- ., .11 wars that bare occurred . i mike a moat intcreHint; - , , tim-e be h teen wortli ,.rld would eall a handaome :.i tli' le of mine, hut be heart an J t-peut the iu- result of hia ramble . . with aiaviah hand and time in "g.-in-r throriKb" a i n :i - always ger-erons to- . :.nJ to Ine friend and in ,;amed the reputation of ' l,c nxtak Renfroos men in . . Sfvea time? be has been the sale of mine and bis ;:iit-s be spent with reckless : o on- hand aud be still , icor remarkable for a man ns of a prwtifctor's life t j tell on him, however, crown (trey. lie is in :t.,.hh and appears aa a man tvrvaty 'r thirty years mre .u-.. "Ho i a man of intel...

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. — 10 May 1884

si v J " Weekly Citizen. i i to tt SATOKDAY, - MAY 10, 1S?4 A DAISY TIME. Uawtho IrasUve Minor l'.Iow-. in Ills Good .Tho train which left this city Star- ntio'oloek p. m., took from the city M of those Btraiige characters for which this const bus been noted since the days of '49. He was a man beyond the meridian of life and bad rustled with the uncertainties of a prospector's life for many yemu While following this aroeatioa iu tbe rugged hills of Pinal connty be stumbled onto u ledge that proved rich and eoon had hi6 claim in marketable shape. After sinking a shaft about forty feet deep, the charac¬ ter of tlie ore proved anoh that a lively interest v. as manifested by capitalists and he sold the claL'n for the smut Him of ten thousand do'larg. After making the salt- he at once uame to this city with his little fortune and less than ten days ago benn n round of what too many men oall pleasure. He was the lion of the day aud the sinful sinners enjoyed the felicity of "ropiBg in a g...

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 May 1884

ARIZONA WBEKI . JlLl, TIJCSOX, PIMA COUNTY", ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, MAY 1?. is.. ' m 17 TT"l?Tl 1 A ("vITIRN I THE question of whnr io l i. .1 im,.-, T7TT7T3 . T " : xniu A'AIIjI lift, nnrm. ma there been intimnlinn r.f mi . , . ... . I l 5 E B 9 t Z s Y S , f ' ,-, rr S' unn ininrr ir. I i s i ji-i n i - niflfiitscrwi mwi i i i . o . i jn -n a .1 i U -:r'':'!:few1Zvn rPU," "tfon is manifest in Eflfert It Has ami the Condition fd but who H H j K tt P H I 1 -j .W. HAWVAHD. rr. -.1 ... . . ! I Olamo these m.-n for nn,ium,;n,. I B GiQvKiitPSStH 391 ...rvi L ' nwl iln"Br 0 nreelntito snofho Of HjnfcerK nn.l r,.nn. . . .. i i 3 S S S t It 9 1 4 ' fJS 17 iI.NO KlYIS: - .in 2 36 -eat insertion 135 1- FICE : ... j- v. Congress street r f -,- jri.lgef. in Arizona "f .. ,i .if bll the people. A - , , ;irt will also meet (be .1, '-.I (.' l. ; 3C irnal is assused by it branch- railroad e capital of Arizona nJ that if William r.ot or desire to finish ... ' cMt'net, parties are ready . . i ...

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. — 17 May 1884

Weekly Citizen. T the attack m ia night's cmm on online r itzgeraia is as iniso as it is cow- SATURDAY, MAY 17. 1SS4 DEATH OF CHARLES O'COSOa. The telegraph informs U3 that Charles O'Conor, the great lawyer, died Monday afternoon. His mind was clear up to the last moment. Mr. O'Conor was born iu New York city in 1804. He was cd mitted to tho bar m the practice of law in 1824, and "by his great energy and in dustry became tho leader of the logal profession in his native city. For a short period during President Pierce's administration he whs District Attorney. Iu 1SG4 ho was elected a member of tho constitutional convention, end in 1SCS ho wa3 nominated by the Democracy for President. Br the Lancaster, Pa., Examiner, wo see the death of Harvey E. Johnston, banker of Baltimore, nnnouccod. The wife of Mr. Johnston was Miss Harriet Lane, mistress of the White House during the administration of James Buchanan. Mrs. Johnston is also the 6istorof the late wife of Jndgo G. W. Baker of our c...

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. — 17 May 1884

If Tlntfttfin I cut t 1 -. - i i rt r i VK h iciAr Citizen. - MAY 17, 1881 Organized. T -.ration under tho namo of the . - r r i- m Ball Milling out! Keduc- j this city tor tue purpose oi ,1 r .name milling nnd mluc- Tucson. Itio company 1 1 r ; .1 G. P rss ri to nse tbo Dyer Cannon i ;f business demnnds otber -. s'ju Iters will be used, tlie ,-tiirt on a small scale, to 5 - of tlm company arc: A iv s J L. JI. PriLcc. Vice ( W. Urown, Secre- it .,; . lrensnrer; arm u. Ki, 0jjial of tbc corporation n.lLJ into 1,000 shares of V 0' - le. furnieh subscribers tbov bnvo subscribed vtr-Hry payment oeiag ! .vi-; s the works of tbo com tt'daud ruuniuif. 'ibe , "v the earnest support mteretitod in the vel- TV Mia-.Ts. and L. C. Hughes. - .-jBsiwr, A. T., May 13, 1SS1. . V ill .-l.IirES: UOaT oir; J-uu v.ni u u.r3 ,,f Tombstone a great u l.si.oc tlie De!osed resolu- i linn nf flirt Hrfllrt ' ' -,r"s.-ii u ibe Star of Sunday T', -vnsu? ii5? Tombstone miners of 1. nrs respectfully. S. It. O'lvKE...

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. — 17 May 1884

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, JIAY 17, 1881 TYII.VT TIIET SAY. Talki nnd Interviews With 1'rouilnent Men Ilcsnrtlluc the Haul, lllitro. The failure of Hudson & Cn.'s tank has, very naturally, been all the talk ou tbo streets for tbe last two days and many rumors have bean afl mt, mHy of which oritfiu ilsd with only excitoaMj nt for a foutida:ijD. It has b ea etn'oil thtt tb effect would lis m somo measure disastrous to the business interest-t of the city, tnt many leading capitalists deny this. Tuey say that waile it may be disastrous to some the calamity will not ttmUri .1 y affiCf the bujineM interests of ttw cry and that no one who is eugded :n mercantile tm-i ies will be senouelv discommoded by tbe failure. There hatre iee i uamberd i rumors to the effect chat severul of oar mining companies hive Ijtcu crippled by the failure, but so far a tbe report or could find out none lsavo suffered to n very great extent. In an interview tiiie ibis morning B. F. Ivarns, of the Blue Jay Com...

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 May 1884

aBBBBBmSW ARIZONA WEEKLY CITI Zi ri r hilS . 111.. -VI . TUCSON, PBLA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, MAY 24, 184. WVEKXi Y (JITIZEN. Ir BC0S1 that interview with that 1 1 . I nrorninpnl T wuk omiuu fcUUi8 up m the Democratic ranks. Tho Star don t seem to havo much respect for the fellows that fix up primaries. --fr---8--- PnlsMsg Co IlM. W. V7. HAYWA1JD. $5 00 . 3 03 17G ,niftTlSIN KTltS: -r-. lUrrtina KabMxjWBt insertion. Office: Street. i Mo. Sl-'t Congress that r,.,,M every evidence it appears .i , -evenitnent and solvent moneyed ..jNewiorK are uoiug tueir level . . nthtr evidence that it will judge Lioveio, says that hereaftnr when tho reporter interviews that prom inent JJemocrnt to say that he (Lovell) is not n candidate for any office, hut tho Judge remarked: "I am going to try and help the other fellows beat von republicans this falL" Tho Judge has Rood spirit hut wo fear it will be wasted in a bad cause. J-iie grand jury of Cochise conntv have examined the hooka and a...

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 May 1884

Weekly "Citizen. SATUBDAY. MAY 24. 18S1 Sesatoi! J. G. Faib for late pub. docs. Las our thanks Don Camebon nnd Gen. Lew Wallace are coming Lomo from across the waters. The Chicago convention meets Juue 3rd. William Pitt Kelloo will, it w said, lift np his voice iu the House against Attoruoy General Brewster aud Spencer proposes to sao him. Tm: Fheuix Gazette of Hay I9th oon tains an interesting article entitled, "Our Heavy F armers Bright Pro-peel for a most Bountiful Harvest" We(re- joico with tho Cassette to know the pro spects ore so bright and cheery for the people of the beautiful garden spot of Arizona. W iien len JJnUor beard the news that tho Anti monopolist convention held at Chicago Inst week, had nominated him as their candidate for President, Ben was on the Hoar of tboHouse and exhibited 'igns of great pleasure. Ben thinks the best thing the Democracy can do is to endorse- him. Butler was, at the time of tho nomination, waiting to address tho committee of labor of the Ho...

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 May 1884

. I Fragments. I - t . ,VKEKIAr CITIZEN satckixvy. MAY 21, m A NOTAULE VISITOR. ,.,, ii. Flli, President at ilie Con rsinln CamlMny, Vllt tlie ui joton What lie fins to Say. -,t . retries U. Fish, president of the r.,- V rpuia, who passt-d throucli tho Cl y kbw dnys aj;o oil routo to the Qai s"c. -11 company with V. II. Fiitton j:lonanyevennic nun ;iett ou ovcninK forSauFraucieco. Mr : o-ie of the oldest nnd most ex J mimnp men on thf coast ' A .1 his Munderinua through the , , . -r c: '.ups or Nevada aad C llifornia Ias pick' I "P a vast amount ol t mldC' tunt BC- HQ 18 nn old ritvtor and l,ns spout mnnydars Mm' over the hills aliue with his -,.rro sal prospecting pick. Fortune, wever, smiled upon him in the latter -a of hts life suit lie is to-uay a - .-a kms and holds out of the ..-i-pst T-'itioas in miuinc circles of --c-nn in America. AUliongk he li !! a iivli p.'sition and has n com petenre, be appears, as me eaym is "as nira 85 anybody" and one unac- -ajst-ji with l"m woul(l ...

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 May 1884

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. MAY 24. ISSi r DOIXGS OF UHJIOCUi-TS. YT. II. l'ATIOX, A l'romlnont Member or the lary Xunil miles tlie XIrlirt. "Young man, you are ot posietl on Democratic politioo," remarked a prom iiont Democrat to the Crrusx reporter last night. 'Weil,'" Mid the rcportor, "can you show wberf in any miaatatomente have been mada by the Cmaxr "I am not sure, aid ho, "ns regards misstatements, but some men were men tioned for office in the Citizex tbo other ursaing, or rather as prominent oaiuli dates, who will never j;et there. If you 'want to know who will be on the Demo, oratio ticket I can tell iou. The candi date for Sbe. ifT will be R. N. Leather wood; for Trc-nrer. H. S. Stevens; for Probate Judge, J. S. Wood. hd fr 15e oorder either C. M. Strauss or Fred Hushes tho chniRcs in the convention will be abonteTen. The nominee for Gonn'y Attorney will be B. H. Hereford. Our IcKialative ticket ha not yet been asroed upon, bat I can bay that JuJjie Liffhthizer will be n c...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 31 May 1884

V ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. vol XIV ' TUCSON. PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY. SATURDAY. MAY Hi I rri 1 i . ' i -. w. . 11 v y . l .r. T " . I ... . . . i i : . WEEKLY CITIZEN. r:2;tT-Pfintiog& PfllsMns Co W. W. HAYWAlll), lioneral .Manager. f 3 03 300 17C UVTlSlNO KAT1S: 4 - : ioerlura.. 2 25 1 i ,.. i-ub-equeat insertion 125 '- OFFICE: Mo t31 Congress Street. t . iv f. How that is beinc boomed , . r,-... 1 r,' iust now is Ben Butler. T, . ..- i. t newspaper in tho land that L3 c 1 an'inmiced bis candidacy rr,1'.tt Courier a leading JDem lC., ,prr says tbnt tho chances aro tu Hons, u- vary ana 11 Meat- 1,0 srfecc1 to rePresent An zjnaui the national Democratic con- t uhar county Elinor demands in- the -t-msnl cf Supervisor Hardy.und that (i,'fi-.V brought against him in the 3Iit investigated. There is war in 31 asve. The grand jury is invited to snvi itipate. Tite Apache county Supervisors have uJrtrt:.l f or bids to build ajuil,said j:. ! I.e fire proof, to contain not less t ,i ...

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. — 31 May 1884

wry Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, MAY 31. ISSi "Well, the Dyer Cannon Ball Orasber is hero yet, audit looks as though it would 6tay. Cotjrt matters have been of on un usually interesting nature .this term to thoso interested. Tucson will recover from the late mis fortunes within yO days, notwithstand ing the croakers. Tun flattering prospects of tho minj?s at Quijotoa are pleisant matters to con template just now. It mny be tho Mo that will lead us out of tho wilderness. The report of the special grand jury i a bo lone making its appearance that things hare settled down to n quiet feel ing of security again. It is possible, however, it will make some people jump when it does come. "Street rumor' seems t havo subsided. We would suggest to the fir?men that they take measures to establish a widou and orphans' or charity fund, so that in case a citizen feels grateful to them for services rendered he cau express it bv a donation of 6uch an amount in money as he may desire, in place of a card...

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. — 31 May 1884

kekly" Citizen. SATl'liUAY. . MAT 31, 1884 AFFAIRS !' MEXICO. , ,utfhorinf"tIn; Our !ltor Ilepulillr. Information I'rora C ,1 s3i'l Brannan, tbo real estate Vof tM'nias Sonora, anil one of i .t known men on the Paciuo coast, 1 in tlie tbe Knss House where bo will z i nlt f fjnr or nve uays. v-oi. x;uu best posted men on who has ever resided W the 111 ".: IruoiSc and has been engaged j3 Vj,"ry important enterprises down - tnous tber enterprises bo bas i- -rant from the government of ca .nrt a f. ... "eittnsive tract or nca land on tbe v a. rive' and s,raniliDKa colonyi 1 1 v;ew of bnilding u town and a t ''f mmufactories which will bn ." rtBiice to that country. Ho is j animus worker ami has tbe vim and ., r-v to carry out whatever be under ike" Citizen representative met - 3rmns and learned from him facts whu-a will doubtless prove of "ne'states that the government of ,, ,,, , hBS put on a new line of fast M tra t the Sandwich Islands, f e vJt of which is to im- rait CUinese laoor l...

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. — 31 May 1884

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, MAY 81, ISSi DOWN IX SOXORA. 31IXIXG LXL'EKTS. What A Newspaper Man Saw In the Sinter Itcpubllc. Last week a Citizen- reporter Lad the Sooi fortune to visit Senior, briily viewing the oountry from the line of the Sonera railroad. Oa retting iu the cars at Fairbanks a company of old Com stock miners, well known ia Tucson, were met, eu route to view homo mines below Nogle. Au iujuDction of secrecy was put on the Cmzux representative, else their names and destination oonld be mentioned. Tt is no violation of the promise to fay this much tliut if things turn out down there as these K&itlenit-n expect there will be a bier ni-li that way than they caused toward Quijoton. At Fairbanks the railroad turns to the west and follows up the Uabocomuri, a email fctrenm, which runs down from the seast 6ide of the Santa ititn mountains. The character of the country at once begins to chaHa from a desert to that of nn oais. The hills and valleys are covered with crass, an...

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. — 7 June 1884

WTpTT'TT'T 7 ARIZONA CITIZEN y.JL JL I i 1 'ill VOL. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, L8S-I. NO. 20. ti Imt grest Aharon nnd Hill divorce Lis beeu postponed until July 11th. 3 sinner wn subjected to uucx . tion sod croa-cxam:nation eluring ( ,re part of this week that would , r:..j any man s eon-, out o.aron , ijrir.ffii it in his usual ttyle, un- .slimi'y "admitting that he bad had ir ntrrss9 whom he hud not T 1 t.it same deference that lie did to M s III!, hat tentertn marriage con-t- ct aaiBtinc,i that his name had .'3 M'jv'ieial PAY WbB ob;-nre.l in Tuc- io bn imnsa.l extent. Besides root otaer civic societies i.ed in the procession , ,. , ,i out and i' Uilo.Ulrwije parti crated in thoeure- 0. ,Tiie. ihe lr"cesin wan iadcod Crej'.u.', a1 Vhf the largest and id-oni eveneea in Tucson upon the ivej.on of the celebration of Me- Ejr;i! Ja-n Thos3 wnJ wor0 intrn m.'ardJ ia perfecting tho arrangements Jeerve credit; especially is this bo when we take into colsi...

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. — 7 June 1884

!aLJ JAg-? Weekly citizen. SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1881 Bans failures are so common nowa days that tho news excites but little comment. There hns been nn average at least ot one failnro a day since the last -"Black Friday" in "Wall street. cat the not The California delegation has quite a prominent figure so far in arrangements of tho convention; only are they flattered, wined and dined on account of their pood loots, but for their Btaunch adherence to James G. Blaine. They have taken tho lead for tho Plumed Knight. The Republicans of Grant, Graham county, have had some kind of gather ing and declared for Profos&or Church for delegate to Congress snd they want Mr. Hovey for sheriff of that county. The Republicans now have two men who are in tho field for delegate to Con gress: Secretary Van Arninn and Professor Church; there nro others yet to oomc. The city council to-day stripped tho Star of the honors of being dubbed the "city official paper" and voted that the Index hereafter be st...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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