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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 7 June 1884

VEEKLY CITIZEN. SjLiriiLUY. In- 0FE1C1ALS L'XDEK AH It EST. -...or ami 1'our l.-v.t'oiinclInien The trtl fr 3I!fi-anco In Ofllce. cve"iuc about five o'clock the ' pranJ jr created considerable ,t4. "f luoflicial circles by noinjr yi with indictments a?tuust " nss. coaneilrann Etcliellts and ' es-Cvnico.lmoa 15. C. Purker - tjr,, Anuirrc. These Rentlemen c -ilraeu lt voar at the t -Ti w H;;ed to hnvo been t l- A'lc iw-ri,',''"0r0 t t'cc jmltrarreft nnd tnlitn into court. ,lT iJ x,-JatS5!X) eacb, which was " - - pruv.drHl ami tlie Kentlemeu 1 Vr iei it"ia custom-. Polio wine ,',pT tr lau itidictnieut uguiust c'unv! SS: Charles M. Strauss , j V the tfraad jury .f the ' vVi'l I'uaa. Territory ot Arsons, c i.i. 1-i n' ',,rH a th Muicb - "V'jj i-.-4.of district court, vr aii "ut fw-,na thls tbt8J D .U3 it... nrti.,A rtf ,itl , I .... I Tfl " ' . .U.W " . .Ul. IV sua -;'; THAT ST ATE jl EAT. committed as follow M. fetrajss on the o li i f 1m- isx?- tl,e Mayor of tba u' rVa'u, unly elected ...

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. — 7 June 1884

-W-EEKLY-eiTIZENr SATURDAY, JUNE 7. 18S1 the ilarshat,' msv.s. Vliut an Old Settler Us to Say or Them , "( .V Irosi)crou Outlook. , At the court house this morning tho reporter met Air. Charles Dunn, one of the olderst settlors nud best known miners in the Ilarobaw diatrict. lie says tho outlook ol tho ctimp is good. und that ho believes a prosperous future is in store for the miners out there. The famous Alts mine over which there has been so much litigation has been leaeed by Judge Funua from W. B. Horton, agent for the Altn Company nnd work has been regained. The machinery put in by the lleneon Smelt ing Company wns by them takeu out and haulod aw uy whou they failed to gain their suit for ownership, conse nucntly tho lessee is chloridiug for the reason that it requires a good deal cf machinery to pump the water out nud worfe the deep sbsf L They hope, how ever, to get in new machinery in course time. Air. JJunu expresses this of opinion that the Altn is the richest mine in that ...

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. — 14 June 1884

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VI V VOL TUCSOX, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JUNE U. ISS4 Weekly Citizen. -; t.ta Priatiig & PnMisbiag: Co -, I t SI. W. W. HAYWAltD : deaetal Altmatrer. TKMXa : jZ S 03 . . .! 2 W I v :!. 17C l)VEATIIXa ruTBs: .. tirt in-Ttiol 3 2i r(in;, r Church and Peniiinirton Sis. CiiizeH Office. XL C:n:rv office has been romoved - jj 0 '"-i''1'-" 'treet to tbo cornor of f ir-b : "'d i' nningtou streets, between ti 0 ; ost. ffi. e courthouse. WTo are r - f ivTably situated to these two . . ,t . viaoes, but we are now n line v the !eli-,:rih office and Wells, i rv .v Co.'s express four important r ,c(s to printing offices. ABOUT TEC CJSVENTIOK. 7o Georze A. Knight, one of the most r i!.nt orators on the Pacific ciast, 1 3 t yet out of hi-? twenties, was v in ,-iocuried the honor of seconding ' nomination. 11 Fialeyson, for a long time ? "ifr of ih? California Republican s.. C utral Committee, is talked of as Can 3i late for Congress from the i Jj tncr. ...

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. — 14 June 1884

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. JUNE 11. 1881 Now it will be in order for the Repub lican campaign clubs to wear white plumes in their proces sions. Mast of the presidential candidates havo had some qneer Bymbols, a3 it were. It may have been a hatchet With "Washington. It was n log cabin and hard cider with Harrison; rail-splitting with Lincoln, tanning with Grant, and white plumes witn Blame. With Tilden it is a "bar!," and with Butler an oblique optic. Female medical practitioners are rapidly increasing. There are now over four hundred women practicing medicine and many of them are making a success which astonishes the malo practitioners. It is doubtful if they ever rise to the dignity of 6urgeonp, but they may be come physicians. A LUTTEit from Gunymas received to day says: ''Certain partios here or Iler mosillo are tr iur to get up a yellow fever scare, but it will not avail. Guay- mas is to-dny bentay as before the advent of the fever." This is reliable. The prefect was then about 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. — 14 June 1884

V tot ,l 1 i . . WEEKLY CITIZEN SATCBDAY. JUNE 14. 18P4 THE JIOICIPAL J1UDDLE. The City Council llncks Down on th IirPluloti to "Shut Down.' t 'be meeting of tho citv council t,.;j Thursday morninp, a resolution wfl.s introduced by councilman Quiolin clica in substance declared that the 'jvernment bo Bhut down. The r,, ir.ction of this resolution was sttg cs't i l' ---e tact ot ,lle arrest of the tusjvr and old city couucil on n charge of 'lit-credit of the city on n note ' .- five thousand dollars for tho pay nest i f current esitnsee. When the matter catne up on Thursday there was a 1 vc'o discussion and it was decided r ittLe council tako n recess till 10 Vcl.vk Li.- raominir, at which time, in ae tiie charges agninst the accuged Le zA iiisposed of on Saturday, tho rcsolu- tn.-. w.-uld be disposed of. The cases Wcre ni-t dis'Hjsei of on Saturday and the - CV'il met pursuant to the recess had nnThursJuy. I he session was one of tbriuag interest, and at least ono rvzaKr'K'hi'seeal ...

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. — 14 June 1884

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 18S4 A WAK3I DAY. Hie Special Grand Jury after Tivc Weeks' Labor make a Reiort. They Provide the Public with Intcrestluz Sunday Heading. At three o'clock this afternoon the special grand jury, -which has been in session for live weeks, went into court Bnil made their final report, after vrbicli they were discharged. The general re port and a portion of the reports of committees are Kiven ns follower GENERAL KEI'Oirr: To the Hon. W. Fitzgerald, Judge of the District Court of the First Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona- Sir: The enecinl crand jury impaneled for the March term of the District Court have the honor to submit the following report: We have examined into numerous charges and have found 19 true bills. Ve find that tho board of supervisors are in the habit of drawing on certain parties for cash as this is deemed ucces 6ary for current erpenscs. Theso or ders, drawn by individual members of the board, are turned in as vouchers fro...

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. — 21 June 1884

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL. weekly Citizen. Printug & PqIsWds Co W. W. HAYWAKD, Oenoral Jlanajter. '. jS tt zm 17C APTEftTMISO rates: :.--t gmertHHi........ i-ca oabNloeBt insertion. OFFICE : 1 2 (inicrriiurfli and Fenulngton Sts. TUCSON. PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JUNE 21. US4. NO. 22. Samuel J. Tildex writes a letter of a column anil a half eulogizing himself arid declaims the Democratic nomina tion for President. Ho settles the ques tion about his health and strength, and refers to it frequently in his letter, clos ing: "Having given to their welfare whatever of health and fcttenglh I pos sessed or could borrow from the future, and having reached tbe term of my cap acity for such labors as their welfare now demands, I but submit to the will of God in deomiug my publio earner forever closed." It is rather a Bad letter, but tho old man has moro senso than his entire party possess nud though en feebled as h3 acknowledges he is, ho has strength enough to say to th...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 21 June 1884

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, JUNE 21. 1SS1 Tiluek is tbo Keely motor of politics. "When everything is ready for tbc event, lie refuses to ran. A sharp swindler obtained n draft on Now York from tbo First National Bank of Albuquerque, last April, for $12.50. It has just been returned to tbe bank through its eastern correspondent', al tered to .",000, for which amount it bad beou cashed by MeManns Bros, or Chihuahua. It turns ont that tbc Independents in Boston arc free traders. Tbey are mad der over tbc plank in the Republican platform that proposes to protect manu factures and laborers alike than tbey are because Blaine got the nomination. They bekug to tbe "Horizontal" Bill Morrison crowd. ExriAViToisr of a suggestive political cartoon, tbo Texas Sittings says: "Just about this time the Democrats are to select another Presidential victim. Every four years since the war Uncle Sim has demanded a victim in expia tion of the sins of the Democracy in bringing on the war. The Democrats, how...

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. — 21 June 1884

1 Citizen. I UXE 21. 18P4 SUXSHINT. ASI1 SHADOW. S IT CAKSON'S CASE. 7 II :r 1 i 1 .cip'de :" Arlvnca Corrected III. tory of the Sinn. .., of Kit Carson, the Modoc " n- jsteil Inst Saturday at tho in 1" vf L. Stewart, of Arivcca, on , ' asuuU with- n deadly weapon " ri i" Justice Meyer's court this 1 thp case, waa takon under ,nt. ' ts the caw are about these. .-saco Kit went into Anvaca, wit u urewaier ana pro- i Iiavi- things his own way. He j. i.itil ahont 3 o'clock m the .: a ;i number of citizens tir r. kfl, called up Mr. Stewart a tin1 lime a deputy sheriff, II 1'aaL Stewart wont up to vlicze Carson was having it sa w;., l forciuR men up to ..-.uk at the muzzle of a six- . i.c'j the officer entered Car Ii ' i :s tl olver at him and with . .th remarked that no oflicer rLjt bini. Stewart twisted a . - . jit l arson e cir nnu iivo " k his six-shooter from lain. t . , be had a trial before the t .. iuace ana was uneti. j.ue i lit- did not want to sell the .j -oor gfttwieauu titrcc...

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. — 21 June 1884

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, JUNE 121, 1SS1 ROPED IX TOR RAPE. Court Thl MEXICAN JIATTERS. A .Sensational Trial Morales:. -Yesterday afternoon an old Mexican named EspaDozn, who livea livo miles eouth of town, called upon Sheriff Paul and complained that a Mexican namod Vicente Tanori had committed a rape npon his sixteen-year-old daughter. The Sheriff directed him to a Justice of the Peace, and tho old man went before Justice Meyer and Bvorc out a warrant for Tanori'a arrest. Last night the Sher iff went out ana arrested tuo accused and lodged him in jail. Hip caso was called this morninz at 10 o'clock, and the Justice moved his legal equipments to tho office of the District Attorney m tho court house. Tho Citizen reporter was promptly on hand, and was just as nromntlr fired out by tho Justice. The instice had no objections to tho facts brought out in tho examination being made pnblic, but regarded tho caso of such a nature that reporters should not be permitted to understand or hear ...

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. — 28 June 1884

ARIZONA WEEKI CITIZEN 0L. TUCSON. PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JUNE 2$. l.xSt. NO. 23. W keicly Citizen. :m Priuliag & PnlsMns Go , IX M. TURKS : W. W. 11AYWAHD. General Mrutajcer. S0 11 - 3l 1TC orjK-.TmiNO itTE.s: nrs UK-eriHa V 2S ., -. i-.-vh salis-eiltunt irwrtiini 1 OFFICE : (or..-r Church ami Pemifngton Sis. Kelly is one of the New York . t i tbe Democratic national The reports from different mines in the county are favorable. Sudden- reforms, such as havobcetr witnessed of late, are not to be depended upon, and it is just as well to wait a lit tle vrhile. for such men are apt to fall just as suddenly into the lap of iniquity. js . iVmoer.it io convention at Sar-.'.-rdsy when Tildcn and John - ;nM were mentioned they were I- it ! vith loml cheers. Flower's ....I brass band did not seem to lH. (Vjatry Democracy, Tammany ;;( .. Irving Ilall Democracy laid r. t. -get Lor yesterday nt Saratogn, Jus aav one have tlte faintest idea ; ay n ill lie peaceful!: t getbe...

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. — 28 June 1884

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY, - JUNE 28. ISSi ONLY A QUESTION. The opportunities that Tucson Las let pass to add to its commercial import ance are sadly numerous. A retrospect ive glance in this diroction exhibits a startling and regretful apathy Tho world nbont us has been moving stead ily forward without pausing to knock at our doors and drop into our coffers a tribute to our venerable but respectable supremacy. "We havo too long assumed a dignity nnd indifference that our de preciated patrimony has not warranted, and when circumstances arouse us from our dolce far niento existence, the rcali zation of the cold, matter-of-fact t-itun tion must rudely jo3tlo into us some aotivity. Wo sigh when we realtso that the railroad to Gunymas might have been built to Tucson instead of Benton by part r. of our little united effort on tho people Wo stupidly watch our car loads of ore departing to scenes of en ergy and enterprise for reduction; wc wonder why onr streets are not crowded with busy te...

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. — 28 June 1884

A C.K.WE 3USTAKE. Tlirtiuch 1' til ,r aniil" I-t r,,r T'co" H, pttlty A Larce Trnile Pit cried Good 1'rtiU rroiect. , ,o .nil- ot Tucson do not seem to ' -lW to Ihoir own interest)",' t. veiwmble, pioneer much ' .it raier 011 tlie San Pedro, i, l.jttia, vhsso splendid farm . i the Sa Pedro and Giln j-, j,t their oouflueuec. "Now, Ki or San Carlos, i-roup of . v aty-otie miles from thin m nt the same distance, or u ittlf further from PicbcIio , j,o 3, nd even better road made from Tucson to . !.:it the road wis built to "", it -i, when it could easily lnerle.1 to this place. The . .w transporting tho smelter ics, and in a month's time a ;ut im bullion will lind its way . irIJ bv the way of the . , mutton a few miles to tut , -j jKo supplies for thnt vast ' , , , l3 will le brought from lUiveuvcn heard it stated ' . -1 1 j;, c :jp?8rLaiiniuy im aooa fnr base of supplies from 1 t -.r.r jr - :eir Jt- iv-i-lid to avail themselves ,. , '. ur.nlta Riverside , t :auainc the Shu Pedro iai!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. — 28 June 1884

1 Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, - JUNE 2S, 18S4 THE GAXO. ITow the Knights or tliclYliItc Chip Keep Afloat An Old Gauibln't Story. "What," said nn old, grny-baired rrnn, to the Citizen emissary last niKht, "don't you know anything about the i-ans?' "Who is the gang?"' inquired tho child faced man of information. Well, you're a chump," Baid he, and he sand-papered his bald head with fingers that had done service in many s brace game. "Yon are about the thin nest skinned reporter I have met with since I left Washoe. I don't think yon would have sense enough to lift a cop per or a white chip after your card was dead. Why, sir. 'the gang' are the spotting mon and, by the way, there arc some of them who hnvo real ability. Ihe fact that they Btay around saloons is no evidence of their lack of intelli gence. Tucro are men in Tucson to-day who are considered gamblers, and rome called- loafers, who have in their time held high official positions." "Why is it that somo of those are now considered...

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 July 1884

is; ARIZONA WEEKLY CITI ZEN. TUCSOff, PDLV COUNTY", ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JULY 5. 18S1 NO. 24. Weekly Citizen. ica Printing & PhIsMde Co J l SI. W.W.HAYWAKD. (.enercl -Manager, (cm $5 03 3 If! 1 M VEATUIfl KATBS! n-t inMrtiea 2 fubi.pieBt insertion 1 25 OFFICE : r Church end lViiuington Sis. U AV r 5 Wi I ,.tio:J situation is practically 1 since the nomination of 1 Lgau. A. tow soreheads, -e ambition, feeling that they i-a-jtei out iu Blniuo's udmiui- ;; ,v. ki--ked out of tho party's 1 up house-keeping for , - Tue opposition U confined Y rk nud Massachusetts, Waling politicians, business ..uJ rsi and file of the party in j i!.'.ft are a solid phalanx for p ..2 1 Logan. The aisaffection is n...rl so great as it was when ;ini L'-ncoln vis ntvciyU'l uor .. 3s Ween irsr.:ci.i ok .'auui r toaiinaU'd, and tlnaa nominees t : '.'ted by large majorities. The t-.t Blaine represents the truo - it and pricciples of tho Republican - , , a.iB a tendency to briug together t. J Republic...

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 July 1884

Weekly Citizen, SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1SS4 IL II. Pacl has been selected as mar shal of the day on the Fourth of July. It tts a cood selection. There has just been issued and scat tered broadcast a printed circular en titled: "To the Tax Fayers of Firna County An Appeal in tho Interest of good Government" It is well written for tho purpose designed. Many excel lent and commendable things are in cidentally thrown in to catch tho unwary, but tho real Kernel in the nut is an apol ogy for tho grand jury and an elec tioneering document. Tho writer, who is one of tho late special grand jurors, denies before ho is accused, that it is an apology for tho action of tho special grand jury. It defends tho grand jury systom with slight modifications. It goes over the different indictments of Mia BPwml county officials, trivial in ex tent as they are, the most is made out of them. Men moflico fail to do wmuis right, no matter how trivial, thero can be no excuse; they must stand the cou oonnces: but f...

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 July 1884

.ft iff WEEKLY CITIZEN. IIAILROADS. JULY A TATUIOTIC ltllli). A (iganlic A Network Trojcct to Build zona. Up Arl lie 7- 3 lallt I"tn Itn1 Iteiuitr, Is Shot at and .1 ..muled, and Then liut ln.Jnll. ,v, Sunday evening, a young epcei- f the emblematic mru oi uns ..lighted upon tho flagstaff on ow' Hall, presumably to note .: ..tiens being niado to expatiate . patented greatness of the upon the oomius aunivorEiiry i'.Lful and unsophisticated , l.sie wore a eatibGod air as it mi r .. """" 111 Unltr all Jt Cities lu Commercial Kinds. Governor Tritlo has for several weeks . a" A ranci8co. in tho interest t mo central Arizona Itailroad, ana muures umo lias made public .-.v,... ,.uu fcCOne Of tlm nrnioxt Tl will be scon that it follows closely the .. cxpressea by the Citizen noon 1 1ll) rnln.1 . - u..u.,u qoesuon m Southern Ari- -uu.-i, ana inspires nhonMlmt nit;m.M.. the City of Turjmn ,;il : WHJVJ lUtlLUUlC . a upon lueaiioieuianu Honor- -""nereini relations with every promin r: i ,,.lut ...

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 July 1884

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY, JULYS, 1SS4 THIETY YEARS AGO. A liemlnlfcence or the Days of DanRer now an Enterprising German Prof ited by Deed Apaches. Upon tbo acquisition by the United States of the territory now embraced in tho limits of Arizona, New Mexico and California the boundary lino between it nnd Mexico was surveyed. A large party of men of almost every nationality engaged in that hazardous undertaking more for the love of the excitement and the novelty of exploring a terra incog nita than for tho meagre emoluments to be derived for such. task. Among this number wa3 Fritz Cont zen, now a resident of Tucson, who re turned to Arizona after the completion of the survey, nnd has since passed through all sorts of hardships and dan gers incident to the peculiar and unset tled state of the country from that pe riod until tho new era of tho present time. Fritz is 33 full of reminiscences as cn egg is of meat, and he can vividly depict the bloody struggles between the Indians and sett...

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 July 1884

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITI ZE VOL. XIV. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY", ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JULY 12. IP84. "Weekly Citizen. Ti: Citizea Frlntiog & PuulisliiB2 Co i LCM. i-nt. W. W. HAYWAitD uenernl Jlannger. 5 03 3 0) 17 tDVBATISl.NO KATXS: first inertion ,ioh sb.iaeat insertion.... OFFIGE : 2 21 I 2). Con rnmrch and Pennington Sis. ir. .r.r.t GexEn.ii. Brewster pro . - , , tie Fits Jobn Porter bill un- . 5;;--it!, nal, hence tho preaidont'b I; bt the 4th of July to-morrow, n i ..Ji.y that inust bo observed, the i iiiTts will not be issued. We all join a ne celebration at the Park Garden, M 1 we li'?e to see everybody do the i r.-vn the celebration to-morrow nt the lift Garden. Tbo mnsio will be . rrt iJ Miit excellent, aiic committee ot nr- TAnre aient -will have everything in good fhip: so that there will be every com- .... ii f rt possible to procure ior tuose who u'tenJ. i'iiE President has tlono a wise act, azl ne we believed be would do. lie ulS vt eJ the Fitz J.-ba Porter bill He...

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 July 1884

KJLY 12, ISM Ptioh. I New York, y) afternoon B3 votes. Up Isident Las not nomination is blicans. as it is mt man the D Pmhe ed Roing g Won't tai o ear mai e editor ot the oing good service on't take a cage to o ear marcs are too mocrats nominate Cleve- by accident or fraud he White House, the to vn bachelor i'resiuent. A - fT tcXdown him, even if iii lll0t ten thousand othor bet- Boston Herald (lud.):Sonator Bay- ard is the antipodes ot Gqneral Butler. LThe strength of the one istbe weakness I, t. tliAr Tn tllA WHV w ijoJivjJ L'l IUD VfciV. - - ksoeiatioxi, the only imaginablo connec an between the Delaware and Massa w l . . i . lasetts candidates woum uo lirof tongs. wiuu support the nominee of this convention whoover ho may be. Ben Butler. Mr. Butler made this remark xn a speech before tho Massachusetts delegation last evening. But Benjamin F. Butler would be the last man in the country to utter such words if ho did not hopo that he, (Butler,) would be the man. Tiie committee who ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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