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

. ' ; - '"" " 11 iifgn i T.i'i i .;,! 1 1 iir"--- - - i . Y P. K kL 1 L,l 1 JLZdiJN . "e,,uri 01 lue Comply einire. aomr, m 1' I Gentlemen at tha f"V,r.n:i. t beliAT !. t, . , , . JULY 12.'18?4 of certfcin circ,,ms'"cea that have trana- f1! "?Proved upon, with no addi- i i L-iiiiiii I crymr rv a a - - MiKi.Mwj iu u nunnr Tniiru l uuun nnu nsoii lengtny qnarttrly report than nsuril FINANCE. xno nnnncial condition of our citv THE S1K PEDRO VALLEY. Cold Storage. in Vew orK ana 111 Iac' many tern cities that do not enjoy the' rare i .j.rfhOU oi uuiuk us uui us ii-iucs US'" . however unjustly there aro many How Shall IVe Sesare Iti Trade? lditob Cmzrx: If we cannot at present secure the railroads o need, we should not neglect wagon roads. - ... ... . tnv nnin nn rOUl ietlEOH tO t 1H mnnlh nf thn Han , . . . " wf.u.wUf AO UUt I - - - fcJH" wimt it should be, and the supply should Pedro the Talley is being rapidly settled Oar water supply for the purpoBeof xtinguishing tires, in my opinion...

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 July 1884

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, JULY 12, ISSi A Most Snliino Canyon Water Co. Among the enterprises ol prospective importance to tho rultue of Tucson is the supply ot na abundance of pttie, f resli mountain water from the Santa Catalmae, for which purpose the Sabino Gauon "Water Company ha3 been formed. The Sabino Oilou is situated in the fcot hills of the Santa Catalina moun tains, being the only southern outlet or water channel. Tho water supply is donvod partially from permanent springs, and from tho accumulated snows of winter, vast fields of which lie on the high ranges until lato iu tho summer mouths. These mountains lie to tho north of Tncon some ten miles, forming the northern boundary to tho mesa or plains of arable roil lying for tmlK nlnnir its base. This water is now, and has forunknown periods been, to waste, from the mouth of the caflon, down into tho sandy ravine. whore it sinks to the bedrock and is lost to viow. It is proposed by a company of son tlomea of this city who h...

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 July 1884

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. YOLrMEXlV. TUCSON, PniA COUNTY. ARIZONA TERRITORY. SATURDAY JULY 10 1884. NUMBER M pKKLY Citizen. cum Prinliog & PnlsMne Go UM. W.W.HAYWAKD. uenerai .uanagei. vi.vr-ATisiso bates: --. insertion.... i sabsoiuent insertion. OFFICE : $5 03 . 3 m . 17S 2 23 1 23 ..ntrr f luirrli and Pennington SN. , t ;: m among the party friends i:oan, Bayard, Hendricks, Mc- ," F 1 J.Kandall.Carlisle and other iV "' .t1 is?aot iho kindest , I'.i-veland. This upstart, who ears ago vra3 08 obscure aa 7" : unknown man, steps in and , jtrnze from these men who havo -c-j fating for tue Democracy over a jr.it of a century men who have i-1 the party from utter destruction l!this n their reward. Cleveland, the L?ereJ eon of the rich, boldly steps sal says to these men, "Stand back, " r.a not see I am here?" Even John " raJ Ben Butler mast sneak out of jrS. II jei kans says that Cleveland st; nc i man's candidate not the poor i. I! . crau ought to be good ; Uciao.-r.it to be believed...

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 July 1884

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. - - JULY 19. 18Si Owixa to the continued washouts we have been unable to receive our regular supply of Weekly paier, and in conse quence are compelled to irint this week's Citizen on a smaller sized pa rer. Some o the Democrats have just dis covered that they don't like the unit rule. They say it savors too much of bossiamaud obstructs the freedom of opinion. Tiie tariff plank in the Democratic platform which has been looked for with a good deal of anxiety hes mado its appearance, and it is precisely where the party stood in 1680 "revenuo for tariff only." They went into battle then with these simple words words that could not be misunderstood. They have covered the ground this time thick with high sounding word?, and claptrap, but itmeaus "tariff for revenue nlyi" which moans frea trade, destruc tion to manufactories and reduction of 1 iborora' wages. THE TEDTH CONFESSED. It Las been said that "confession is Rood for the soul," which implies of course, tha...

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 July 1884

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. JULY 19, 1884 OUR 'TATTOOED" M.V5. To I'uck, IlnrprrV Weekly, et al. Aye, mutch him if you cm. Our "tattooed man!" The people everywhere. Wbct hand nnil feature bear The ftains of smut and tan. Shout with one Toice: "He is the nation e choicer Sot thso who plot and plan For office or f or fpoU, lint thoe who t e.t and toil. Who till tho fruitful soil, llcjoice. Aye, match him if you can! When' i your -tattooed manr With droopinp lip acd eye A turn re rliuflles by, WithTifaKan: He suffers with the Rout; 111 mind if ciphered out Yoor "tattooed" ranar Aye, match him if you can. Our "tattooed man!" Uonsyearbaso 1 on encored at every snot That struck tho nfction's foe; ('ailed Lincoln, once, a tot; Hut. from tho smoke and name. You sa bim Mrinc To eTerlactinc fame Throush tullorinc. And hung your heads in shame. Aye, match him. If yon can. Our "tattooed manr Like Tultnresi you may tear His record a you will . Hi 'line will shine more Tair And brilliant till:. Yo...

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 July 1884

- V Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. JULY 19. 18S1 A SPECULATOR'S PL.UXT. Break! Broke! Broak! On thy maririnlcss shares, O. C Fur I would that 1 cosld recoicr The fortune 1 lost in thee! Oh, well for the broker boM. That he bus's and wlls on the t'uor. Oh. well for the fortunato wight Who hath pold n great Ralcrc! For thi) price Roes do jm, dowr, down. And the tate I consult in dimay. And the money inretUd in railway ttoclc 11a ranbhvu forerer and nje! Itivsk! Broke! Break! On thy marginlet. 1 Lare. O. C .! But the eppctral for n of a fortune that's coco Will eTer be haunting me. Ohio CVntral. Yon Vera Gazette. Territorial Topics. llou. Clark Gharcbill ia visiting riiemx. Efjss in Phenix are worth forty ccats per dozen. l'nenix Typographical Union No. 26 has received its charter. Yavapai county warrants sell for 80 cents oh the dollar. Yavapai Democrats hold their county convention on September 1st. Harry Qneen i lyinp dangerously ill with malarial revcr at Uharleaton. The political lino ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 19 July 1884

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. JULY 19.1884 THE WORLD'S EXPOSITION. A Talk With Arizona's CouimUkluner to w Orleans. Douglas GrBy, one of Arizona's com missioners to the World's Exposition at ev Orleans, vraa in the city to-day, on Lis way to New Orleans to arrange for jjlass eases and other necessary para ph 'rualia to accommodato the exhibit frn this Territory. Tdr. Gray is cousin tj Juhu W. Gray, of the TJ. S. Surveyor Ct nerat's office in this city. He attended tLe Denver Exposition and afterwards re jjved that exhibit to Chicago, wbcro tt attracted a great deal of attention. Jlcssrs. Frank Murphy and Douglas Gtxj vere selected for commissioners to y vr Orleans on account of their pecul iar t:iess for the position. They have alri.iy made considerable headway in tLe collection of specimens, Laving it t!cven tons, comprising fully 20, jjj specimens. They have one speci E a w.isbing 1,700 pounds, and a single . -20 of ore from the United Verde, irl.-!isuff "stons, will be .exhibited. 5 ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 19 July 1884

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. JULY 19. 1884 POLYGAMY. THE TRUE STORY. How He Earned Plumed His Title Knlzlit. An Interview Willi Samuel Uranium on the Subject. What is your viewa of polygamy and bow to restrict its proRresK, Mr. Bran- nan? By a netr article to the Constitntion. What objection to an amendment to the Constitution of the United States mak ing polygamy a crime or high treason in all the State's and Territories of the Union. Is it destructive to a free government? Polygamy will evidently overthrow our government in time, if tolerated, as much so as tLc importation of Chinese. For whatever tends to degrade men or women is destructive to a free govern ment, end all other governments. Has it a tendency to slavery? It has. Whatever has a tendency to enslave men or women, as proven from nast history, has caused the overthrow of nations, and is not adapted to modem civilization. The elevation of woman has ben the elevation of nations, in all past history. Then your views are, 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. — 26 July 1884

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOLUME XIV. TUCSON, PBLA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY. SATURDAY JULY2G 1884. NUMBER 27 Weekly Citizen. Ke Citizen Printing & PiMinE Co bUO.A-CLOM. Pi evident. V. W. IIAYWAKD, General Manager. Jr Year.. siM jctrj".... T we Months. $3 03 . 3 Of , 17C . 2 25 . 1 2j ADTE&TISINO HATES: tV-Secure, fiit insertion............ L Square, each uabeoqmint insertion OFFICE : Corner Church and Pennington Sts. DID GARFIELD MAKE A MISTAKE? since the death of Garfield Bays the Ssa Francisco Bulletin.it has been in crJtrto eulogize the dead President 0'y Washington and Lincoln have to Jy the precedence of Garfield in the Ijcor which the American people bestow upon the memory of the ,Iustrioii3 dead. Now, Garfield had been in Congress many years. Ho be came a leading member of the House, 83 Blaine had been before him. The two men were ititimately acquainted. Frobaby Garfield knew Blaine as throughly as nny man in the House. hen the former became President he ;L:ted Blaine ...

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 July 1884

Weekly, Citizen. SATURDAY. JULY 2G. 1881 IIexet Wateksox, upon July S, the opening of the convention, said in the Courier-Journal: "On n tariff straddle the Democratic party will not carry and should not carry one single elec toral rote in any doubtful state. Oa n tariff straddle the party will not only march to certain and mer ited defeat, but in that defeat it will render up its soul to God,whohntesliar8, cowards and fools." Henry is now busy in adjusting his less to "the great straddle." It is said ho ha? hopelessly ruined half n dozen pair of the stoutest free-trade trousers. 'There is many a slip betweenthe cup and the lip," is an old saying and practically experienced by every man on earth, and it will not bo wonderful if the slip occurs as -in, and the fond anticipations of our sanguine people become wrecks, and the cup dashed to pieces; bnt-until that unfortunate event occurs, if it does come, lot us push the car of progress and enterprise along with all our strength. Stop 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 July 1884

Weekly Citizen. JULY 2G. im J NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. riin pnEsiDEXT 18S1, jjj 0 1JLAIXE, - Of Maine. jr jit VICE-PRESIDENT, , LUU..i - - W iliLiIMJIS. , - star evinces very poor tasto nnd -itut in ita cold water iiotica ifj. Because the Citizen ' .7. a s more, enterprising than - raorter and got the news ,.,ut the GunsiRtit and tho .. Crocker, it undertakes to etitecicnts and throw cold t If these statements I jci made in the Citizen rze:l then there are somo men in these parts who ;.v 'ted. t' eveusd! to say nothinB of , s scandals Boing the rounds, . i-j the "obscure man of Hendricks is fast clipping! - f "oai the "fat manV brow j - zumd. It would seem that I r Buspenae. ji;n too migni do inccess- fal, may lose their all beoinso inch in formation ia withheld. There is a dis position in Tucson by many to "bear" every statement and proposition that lies n tendency to be of benefit to the city and county. The credit of both tho city and county is kicked about like a football inn...

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 July 1884

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. JULY 26, 183 A MAMMOTH STORE. SMALL TALK. . - - r- mi ii !. iinm n-' ' i - -. ' '- r ' ' j ., nnnni.Tn crnTtTT I l'rtrr M,,t nesMainent Of titt' ' 7 03 pro-1 i nit viiiuvivi j"'""- i Tlie Great?tt Commercial Home In Art- j zonn A Wonder ami Surprise In All VUllor. So closely identified with the growth aud proBperi'y of routhern Arizona is tlio great firm of L. Zecemlorf & Co., with their numerous ramifications, that their rise and progress is a port of the history of the Territory. From a mod est beginning in 1SCG by tbe 6enior member of the firm, that bouse has ad vanced 6teadily md rapidly until it oc cupies tbo pinnacle of commerce in tbe great Territory of Arizona. Tbe rapid strides of prosperity have been more marked siucc tbe management of tbe bouse fell upon tbo juuior member of tbo firm Albert Steiufeld. He is a clear-beaded, careful. progressive and Rafe business mail, schooled in con-1 This is not a healthy teasou for opium joints. Tbo nights ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 26 July 1884

weekly Citizen. JULY 20.1884 SMALL TALK. v s ..isbnry, of the Beufou smelter, " red at Porter's. J? r lk.irJ of Equalization held n . -j ciutmrf tins moruiUp. . .. 1 Chatham is confined to his . ',aa attack or fever. - ; n will double its present popu- A a year ironi now. - t -i bound train came ic at one t J the west-bound was on time. . some kicking on account of i-f a.esdmcnta by tho board z-iti.a. I ,rJ of Supervisors desire pc " , ; uvip tueir children out of the e iawu. They spoil tho grass - . 3 oiid pluck the flowers. v s irvejor G. J. IJoskruso will r J-1'raucisco on tho first pros v M m iney's excursion party. ..'; at about two months. , i.f ilie Stir uiau wanting a - j t, u is infinitely funny. ITo ! j" uwakeued onoo or twice n i - diversion if for no other irtj rttd about tho city that a , " - .u meteor who aspired to be- " f i,Tst Democratic Souutor from t , f Arizona, hus shipped, leav ; r " . unpaid bills. " 5, i Shibell was this morning np "." p 5:steriii ollicer at ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 26 July 1884

Weekly Citizen. SATOKDAY. JULY 20. 18fcM ANNUAL KEPOHT or U. S. Surveyor General Koyal A. Johnson, of Arizona. A Document That Will Ite Head AVltli Interest liy all People. U. S. StiKVEYon Gcsebal's Office, i Distinct or AltlZON'A, V Tccsok, July 7, 1SSL) To lion. N. O. McFarinnd, Commis siouer General Land Oflice, Wash inRton, D. C. Sir: Complying vitli your circular letter dated May 5tb, 16S4, I have the honor to hand you herewith mv annual report of the work conducted hy this office during the fiscal year ending June :'.), 183 J. i also submit herewith a tabular statement of contracts under the general appropriation and special apportion ments, and also those contracts let under the law governing special de posits for the execution of surveys, I S. 12101. 2102, and 211W. ArPOItriOKMENTS TO AKIZO.VA. The general apportionment of twenty thousand dollars for surveys in this Territory for the fiscal year ending June 30, 18S1, was so distributed by my predecessor in office, is to subs...

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 August 1884

IZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. 1 AM. TUCSOX, PIMA OOUNTT, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, AUGI'ST 2. lSSi. NO. 2S. maLV Citizen. - - ii:lin& FiMiskiBi Co Tt u : W. TV. MAYW.VRD. Ci irmi Manager $5 00 17C .T! -! wwa: - Til. TICE : T, if ami Peanfn:-taii Sts s s 1 15 tfeoeher's pulpit tench . ttjere no bunting lake i- fte don't Itelieveiu - :vfore begets through pw:y than we will -. t Heeler is innocent. . u'tfs aronml talking . i," financial condition iiity- look act fur lum. i wants to by yonr . ,n(y wl county. The , .'..predate the paper of .-. These lovers of - net lit dkaonut war- -(-.u 2 pfr eeufc. to 50 t r . tima of the vfia H Mlvr att 'jfrt-tfie Sanitcinl condl ,i.l county aad tell you t tw run. We uh lovers of reform i . . they will sting yon TnEKE hiu? been a good ileal of harp ing about Tnesoti'H indebtedness. V0 havo been told that we were getting uufieiessiy in debt nud that bankruptcy . hiu Biarea us tbe race. At one time h species of repudiation was Bought to be matiRur.V.od 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. — 2 August 1884

weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. AUG. 2, 18S4 NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. -1SS4, . Oh Maine. Fon rnnsiusNT' JAMES G. BLAISE, FOIl TiCE-rKEStDKNT, .TOIIS A. LOGAS. - - Or Illinois. TiiF.nn lias been a call issued by the President and Secntlary ot the Hejnib lican club of tliis city nntl county to meet at tho Probate court rooms this cvenius for tlw jmrposo of reorgfttiizin;. It is Loped there will bo n full attend ance of Republicans. It U important to organize; there cauaot bo victory without organization. The more perftei tha organization the surer tho victory. The campaign which will soon open will perhaps be n little different from otbe t- heretofore, nud it behooves every Le publican to take an earnest and active part. Oar Democratic friends are iu earnest. They already are engaged in a flunk movement, which, if they hail not blundered nud showed their cloven fHt, might have added ftreugth to the party, but of that later on. Let every man wno loves his uarty ami his conu- try tuni out ...

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 August 1884

weekly Citizen. LlllDAY, AUG. 2. lSvc4 SMALL TALK. . ruiu-Ndi club meets to-night. . i; publican Club will reorganize . i L. Stiles cxpeaia to reach homo V .cast 2.1 or :id. C .1. A. Mnirand family lmvo cono - . ),) reniuiu two or throe iIrvs. I ?t tiltz will npidy to tho oiiy " t a street rnilroad fraiwhiso in Y jnntin? paper shipped from , j s .: Jime lUli lias just rearlx-'d i ii.ilinn is happy over the . which evcut occurred ,f , d that W. 0. Drvh will uirrow's train from Ssu t .-a. l the Ciiizrx, retnrn m Iih vtnt to Sun Fraueia ! ,!e and hearty. -t-;.:iou of voters must be l .. Otobr 15ih, and every A .it. . laind ba registered. 1 ; .iMiean intetested in the S -, : :irty organization bhould l. i K jmblJoiu meotinjj to-uight. ,i. . i !'-! "i who has been coa ". , 'ii with a severe attack of , 1 r . v. . - .1 day i-s able to be out v .v : ;. fwtm6ter nt Qnijotou, ,-, ,!,. ! turn mt. Cbtevena cer v:. r.t- "iiiii vr0II,ot''0,l V.t. t-wwtttry to supenn , ,f ti.e S. r. K. R.. return...

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 August 1884

1 I3r- weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. AUG. 2. 18Si Sfe' 1PB iff Executive Correspondence. Executive Depaktmext, i Office ok the Goyeunor, Pkescott, July 21, 188L ) To His Excellency, Ij. Torres, Gov ernor of Sonora, Mexico Sir: In the absence of tbe Governor of Arizona, F. A. Tritle, I have tbe honor to acknowl edge the receipt of yonr communication of June 17th in referenco to the extrndi tion of Coliu Cameron and C. S. Cooper, charged with crimes committed in the State of Sonora. Governor Tritle li.ix been tco ill to give the matter proper attention, and he having left the Tern tory temporarily it devolves upon myself to address Tour Excellency on the sub ject. 11 is apparent from the communica tion of Your Excellency that the parties Rnnpht to be extradited are American citizen!1, and unlesn the treaty of the United Ststes with Mexico, of date of Dpeember 11. A. D. 18G1. comprehends this case there is nothing demanding official action on my part. In article 0, subdivision of the treat...

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 August 1884

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VEEKLY CITIZEN. is Priiiiig & M&w Go M. W. W. HAVWARI). liencinl MjuKi r. fSeO 172 tirst I ,.irh abwqttat inMrt i OFFICE: .u,r Church anil reiiiitngton Sis. rrusox. imma county, Arizona territory, Saturday, ai(m;st . issl NO. 20. .1-1. .-t tt :s t-X . .1 t .vii- meeting last night at the for th pnrpoeo of uoini :,v! truste-es was largely A- u was a meeting open to o called taxpayers party itbtir forces and crowded the u and elected their obairinah, as tue presiding etlicer. . no attempt at opposition. .1 ... . !. - mdriag troHS4 aaMEiw tf-bt nil- T.. jle h-t Miem UBV their way -..::irr Uiau wi4eu t'- breach they have nlri-.il. r.:itoJ h- the community. t'.ir action way havo pleased tt.. ! ...i'-rs of tue movement it hits t r , iii;, Ji.gns'ed many who enteral i- -j i J faith, believing it was ' L i m of reform and retreuoh z. 'J Il.i-1" iti-al tactics employed and . .; )--u as itsoffieertJ.have proven ,i; i..t'M tiiu; ;ne organization C ised of office...

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 August 1884

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY, AUG. 9, 18S1 NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. TOB fkesidext 1SS4, JAMES O. BLAINE, - OfMaine. TOR YICE-rBESIDENT, JOHN A. LOGAN, - - Of Illinois. REPUBLICAN TERRITORIAL CONVENTION. Tn rrtinlancc with the action of the Central Committee, a Territorial conTention of tho lte pnblicnn party of the Territory of Arizona, to consist of eighty-foar deleimWw. is hereby called to held in the city of Tombstone Monday. ei tember IS. 1BSI, for the purpose of nominatinB a candidate for Delegate to Oonsres. a candidate for Superintendent of Public Inntmction. and for the transaction of such other business as The ereral counties of the Territory will bo entitled to the following numbers of delegates iu eatd conrention, to-wit: Apache ,1j Cochise 13 (lila (irahiim ... ..... Maricoia ......... Mohave Piraa .... .. 1'ir.al. 3 ...la Yuma. 5 Yaracai I Hi act of the Territorial Legislature, apprised March 7. lisi the counties of Yarapai. iuam. Vnh.M Aiinrhn nnil Mnrimni. nra permitte...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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