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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 18 October 1884

OOT. IS. 1884 A KKST. Suicide Knr , T.vdr CommlU v.lnldad. Colorado .. - news was received to- .11 nVock by Rev. Father " i tlor prominent citizens i Toole bad committed J . , . ?J. Colorado. No par - r ved except that Le '-f .j.t;r fatally while on board Trinidad. So far as can i " ath was instantaneous and S ' - t nnpp taken in charce by V, " " r:;3 cf Trinidad and em- taiJ thht the remains 3 to Tuc6on lor inter Zz.iiy f bis most intimate . t :t the body will bo for- Wja.sm. The Colonel left . uvftfteTioon for Wisconsin , ,Z' a-J ch'ldten now are. It f.'J - . v many of his frienda 1' .at- is l- ... he hail probably lost iv- - , :i particular attention ' , ' vinny heme cbary of ex- r' rhouffufs on accouut of I--. .'. of the Colonel and '-'4,fUat they deemed a X W ' w uld cloud his future - ! . .;e bank of Hudson & t Toole was one of the -..n-'ieri ii of course, , l his tragic end t -Jt r the failure of the Li c nce was noted in his l c a duct, and while his , . 2,15 did all in ...

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. — 18 October 1884

D I Weekly Citizen. IV KM ' ATI ' ii I SA.TUKDAY. OCT. IS 18S1 s:ull talk. liaitroad travel is very licbt now. It was a Eoft moraiDp, under foot. Tlio Kepnblicaa olnh meets to-night. Tho registration of voJere closes next Tueadr.y. Mrk Ezekicls came up from Negates yesterday. .Tudcc Silnt htm aoa to San Jose, California. The rilroftd imy eu went throogli lut ATonilay. Ex-Chief Jt.stK C. G. V. Preooh hes returned to l'roscott. If this was not Friday it oouhl fcafoly bo called a rainy day. Tho ISeimbk'can Clnb will bold a reg ular meeting to-iiigiit. T,ir. V. II. Stilwell arrived this morniug from the wast. Cnpt. W. II. Searaaas has arrived iu ToBibitono from the oattt. The Dan, wi'l notnmfite jireettfat candidates Saturday night. D. A. Saaford wont by tr-in to Benson to-day, enroute to the Sonoita. Hnt. llial Halo has coco cast on a business trip of a few weeks. A KaiMiblicau jnbilee wiil lw hekl on Church plasa to-morrow n gui. .Indira W. A. Hancock and Jose Ve- ralta, of l'heuix, 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. — 1 November 1884

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. ""vol xiv. TUCSON, PDIA COUXTT, ARIZOXA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER ISSJ INT0. 41. ifEEfcLY CITIZEN. Printing & PQlsline Co. P:.Year HKO.A.CLUM. lent mil lleneral Jlanascr. TEEMS : AOVESTISINQ kates: - -tr pt inrtion... j- .', "i ubfqnent insertion OFFICE : $5 03 , 3(X) . 17C 2 25 I 25 Corner rimrclt and rcnnlngton Sts. :n Stars ; rstber gauzy. "third term" business has Blaino and Lo- T-r Insh American .j sbol Los Angeles numbers sixty 6BJ tbey are very enthusiastic T:r Disocratic tocsin," which we t 'l womJ be sounded at Quijotoa i --rsles ltst night, Ksi'-r1 14 i will bu oe nnrvosiea base fiddles were the badly out ot SHAW AND HIS PAPER. It seems to us that a man who poses as the candidate of a class is hardly the man to elect sherilTot Pima couuty. It is rather a poor policy for Mr. Shaw to start a campaign pBper to udvocato his cause every issuo of which abuses and maligns the miniug interests of l'ima county. Thjro has not been a single issue of hi...

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. — 1 November 1884

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, NOV. 1, 1SS1 KAT10HAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. -issi, - Of Main; for peesidbnt JAMES G. BLAINE, FOR VICE-PBESTDKNT, JOHN A. LOGAN, - - OrlLLiNois REPUBLICAN TERRITORIAL TICKET. 0.0. FOn DELEGATE TO CONGRESS, BEAN, - of Yavafai. FOR SUIT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, R.L.LONG, - - - of Gila. JOINT OOCNOTUISN, F. K. AINSWORTH, - - of Peescott. 0. 0. STEPHENS, - - of Tucson. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. xcxBtn or cutrxotL. THOMAS CORDIS. Horse or En-HEsnxTAHVES. GKO.W. BROWN. II G. KOLLINS E. V7. MbLEY. EUGENE V. Alt AM, J. G. UILZINGKIt. For Sheriff UOBKItT n. PAUL For Hoconlcr A. R. SAMPSON For Treasurer THOMAS IIOGIIKS For Probate Jmle E.1I.POMHOY For District Attorney 1'. V7. QUBOf. For Surveyor W. S. KUWAltDK For Public Administrator. K. L. WETMOUP For Coroner Q. A. AV1IU1 rOBj.SCr-i.IS VI SOBS, J.O. HANDY, J. 8. MANSPKLI), GEO. 7. TEITSWOBTII. ros justcobs or the wjbe. T.P. PATrKltSON,"" W. F. SCOTT. CIIA3. II. UK YE II. rOS 0O!tSTA1IX.E8, WJI- II. LDCA3, 1L V. BKADY. ...

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. — 1 November 1884

AVEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY. NOV. 1, 1884 SMALL TALK. . W. Unthank came tip from Arivaca vft-terdsy- jlcrcbanta say that business is grow ing better. V. H. Tatton nnd wife came in from Logan yesterday. Ailolpu Solomon, of Bowie, is rops- tewd at tho l'aiace. Ol. 11. A. BiRelow will leavo for l'rescott to-morrow. TLc west bonud passenger train bas ' ;cn late for a lew a ays. It is time to put up the stove and take your overcoat out of soak. CLss. 1L Woros will take bis Eplendid cil iCt of minerals to the New Orleans exposition. II. Gardiner "will remove bis barbor st;p to uoneress street, near fchoiderer a js.at m3rKeu jl-ronoy bas recovered his blankets stolon at the Blue Jay camp by bis po- liUal menus. Y-st a great relief the readers of the Tombstone newspapers will experience sternest laesuay. II. 15. Tenney's broken ankle is getting splendidly and ho will shortly be j"..e to leave ms room. There will be seven thousand, nine vnndred and fifty-three people at the Eerublican rally on...

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. — 1 November 1884

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, NOV. 1, 1884 QUIJOTOA. A VUIt to the Honanza Camp The Trot. lccts or Its Permanency The Jolly Ouljotoans ami Tlielr Brilliant Hand. It ras Ibe pood fortune of the Citi zen man to pay a visit to tho bonanza camp of tho world, this week, and, amid tho excitement of a political campaign, to tnrn for a refreshing moment to a contemplation of nature's great treasure vaulta now being unlocked for the first time by the golden key of the bonanza kings. It was a stormy day, unfortu nately, when the scribe made his visit, and to this fact alone he attributes his disappointment in not traversing the deen tunnels that penetrate the enor mous ledges of Mount Ben Nevis, for it is lone and tiresome journey up the rapped hill side even upon a dry day. but it is doubly eo and contains a spice of danger when tho ground is filled with moisture. The thirty tons of machinery for driv ing the Burleigh drills has arrived Bt tho mines, and the work of erecting it will at onco begi...

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. — 8 November 1884

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZE "''liil TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER S mi. FRED HUGHES TUP iwimn I -I ' i , NO. 42 'tVKKKLl" CITIZEN. Priitiag & PQlsWne Co iKO.A. CLUM. ,: t uxl General -Manager. $5 03 , sin . 17C --: in-wiion ., i Mihswiueiit insertion. 1 5 OFFICE: , .-rrhiircli and Pennington Sis. f ! has given up all hopes of :. Handy for Supervisor. v tN tu i is so careless as to neglect -is hardly the hind of a mnn ' IV hate Judge of Pima county. , iz Mmpares Shaw to Cleveland. . ..i.Saair done to tho Star that " ! J bt put down to Cleveland's ' ' -l cl morality? We had sup- was not that kind of a Hal- r iaXp's reception at New i uoceoticut., was a very ehm F.vea tbe elements opposed his i a drenching rain, yet the dis- 7s te;i us that "3,000 people -- laaadontof the depot,' about -.' - a attended our little club rally .(.-area plazn. w.sitrn outrage mill has been -r . x , t t: 'a. li heems to uave oeeu : 1 1 aas ight, where more votes ground out for Sha...

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. — 8 November 1884

'Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, NOV. 8, 1884 .Lex us give thanks. 26w let.a .north and south railroad be built. " ' A cool wave and cloudy weather have arrived; Tee standard time is generally adqpt- ed'in this city. Hubbahs never won a Presidential election yet. And now let us bind up the wounds of the afflicted. Fbed. Hcohes, if you will come over we will smile with you. We'cl-sII join hnnds and circle around in the usual way. Tms salt river packet is laying in nup " plies for its passengers. Tnit Democratic party awoke with a headache this morning. Some ot the Democrats are pretty good fellows, in their way. The Citizen necessarily devotes much of its space to the election returns. ' The campaign being now over, the world will go right on with its knitting. Wb strongly of the impression that. G'rover Cleveland will never get there. The. election dispatches are chiefly . " -noted-'for"Hheir contradictor' informa tionr. ' Cox. C. 0. Bean will go into office with a majority that does bone...

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. — 8 November 1884

Weekly Citizen. - - NOV. 8. 1SP4 1 jvjv. 3. Last night about 9 a the east tionnd passenger jut leaving, a fire broke out t' enso1 ot Lockbart, Hopper , wliicb stood on the Santa i.L Jopot buildings and only 1 distant from tho botel and js, On tbe nortb Bide are li siio tracks, which are f freight cars. Last nic,ht . -j Jtst with merchandise for U'fi'-M Bros & Co., were tL.i warehouse and would c-.; aded to-day. At tbe first c lie Southern Pacific yard lS fWitchins: tbe pissenger ..meiiately dropped work, u.pcr or wcst UQd ot tbe zj? down on tbe Santa Fe t.il within a bundred lire. Tbe hose was tho hydrant and tbe 'u tbe switch engine car- -tt'Uff -JO strokes a minute. . f jre tbe fire bad reached stream f water was vtrtbe depot and build s' .i. aj.t was made fo' quench warehouse, only to save t tel; also tbe lumber i u wuS ;.d joining tbe ware X crjwd soon collected i wj.a a will, eo that tbo was r- nwved and only tbo empty i . - c ctainei it were burned. J yot was on fire and t...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 8 November 1884

fr&T-r 1 V JiKlLLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY, NOV. 8, 18S1 SPEECH or Col. James A. Zaliriskie at Mcctlnjr Saturday Sight. llie An Exhaustive nnil lUbqueut Itcvlcw ot she Is'sues' of tho' Day. Follow Citizens: In a Republican government like ours it is the privilege, as well as the duty, ot every citizen, to interest himself in po litical affairs, to the end that worthy men may be elected to fill positions ot trout, and. that good government may reault and the principles of civil and religions liberty may be preserved and protected. This is certainly the highest daty ot ever" true American citizan irrespective of political affiliation, nnd in order to thoroughly comprehend the situation it is also his dnty to carefnlly examine tbe facts in detail, and having judiciously compared all the evidence obtainable to form an impartial judgment, nnd to practically apply that judgment in tho exercise of tho great right of the elec tive franchise. Glittoring generalities and the repeti tion ot infi...

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. — 15 November 1884

' "Mm wmm i mi iimmi n i uri u r -t -Tr-nn- m -- , ARIZONA WEEKLY XIV. L VOL. weekly Citizen. Printing & PQlilisUBS Co UEO. A. CLUM. -.lent ad General il&n&ser. tebjis: .-IV M -AM- $5 03 , 3 00 17C ADVE4TISIX0 JUTES: 2 23 1 25 . fit insertion.... ............. ..?"av each sab-wjnent insertion OFFICE: Corner fliurcli and Pennington Sis. nsr.;: is a prospect for peace and 5. nt? m -Arizona ior two years r Tir.:w tarn' out that it was the Star'a .. :'.?3, and not New York, that AC.evelaud. Tes S'-r pcem3 rnn chiefly to . Ice fact has been noted on ..eT;otss occasions. 2:z w still electioneering against r xc'jjdy should inform.it that The 7an Democrats don't require much ---t.re to indulge in one of their ' -selenitic love feasts. 4s the returns come in from the vn'Zi eoanties they increase the r.ties received by Bean and Long, 7- sz aro to .gh looking roosters the k-j n laying and there is no won 3 is twenty-five years since they : ifl.il occasion to crow, and all this 1-et...

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. — 15 November 1884

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, NOV. 15, 18S4 It died ot an overdose of corruption. Star. Prepared at tho Democratic pharmacy. The Star really flatters Mr. Samuel Hughes in saying that he elected Beau by keeping atilL The new babies all over the land will now be named Grover Cleveland. Star. A r,,1 "it's n -crisp, child that knows ltet own father." The candidates for United States Senator in place of Senator James 1. FftrlBT. of California, arc Horace F Pane, M. M. Estee, George C. Perkins and Aaron A. Sargent When Vanderbiit found that he could not drive Maud S. he determined to have Cleveland, and bo he put forth large sums of money in tne last ie days of the campaign, on Cleveland, a nn investment ANEWBpecies of equine with manrs erect like quills upon the fretful porcu pine has been discovered in Central Asia. Tbey probably belong to th. "dark horse" species we hear so much about. The Prescott Courier has a telegraphic message from Holbrook which gives th followinjjr-rotnrna from Apno...

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. — 15 November 1884

aVeeivLY Citizen. SATURDAY. NOV. 15. 1884 lloa. E. W. Kisley ia in Tombstone The Xnsbville Students left eastward to-day. T.inpv Johnson is in the city from Qaijotoa. 15. Ileinemann ia in the city from Chsrleon. C. D. Keppy and wife, of Tombstone, wllfleave for Missouri. Two weeks from to day will be Thauksjjiving. l'bo next Grand .Lodge of ilnsons will fflt.et in l'hetrix. Silver King has declared a dividend, the fir for mBn3' months. TJie wife of II -race Appel is very ill 6nJ is not expected to recover. V. V. Hay ward has returned from a Xlf:t. among the cowboys of Texas. Th Royal Arch degree will be con fern dutH bpi cial convocation of Tuc son Chapter, to night Cariosity Mac wbb the curiosity of the trcli ight procession last night. He represented the Tammany chief. Tlie atreets are not in such a lively cociht:ou that the -crowd of people is impenetrable. Quite the reverse. J.ime Brokaw, a printer well known ja tbw Territory aud 2few Mexico, died 6tC l iraio Springs, CoL, last ...

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. — 15 November 1884

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, NOV. 15, 1881 THE rUBLIC SCHOOLS. Complaints That Kecd Investigation bj the Trustees. There secins to bo considerable com plaint at the manner in which the publio school in this city is condnctod, and, nlthongh the reports may Eome what exaffgerate the true elate o affnirn, enough cause certainly exist to warrant a strict examination into the school affairs by the trustees. The principal ot the school is certainly lucking in tin essential clement of ability to con trol the scholars, and when ho has once lost their respect trouble is sure to fol low. His authority bus more than once been defied by boys who deserve the restraint of u reform school, and ho seems p6werless to enforce a proper obedience to his regulations. Oat of tho school room, on the play ground, thero exists duriug recess and tho noon hour, a shool of hoodlumism, where all tho coarse and brutal instinct are given vent, to the utter demoraliza tion of the younger and more innocent scholars, l...

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. — 22 November 1884

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL. XIV. ifKEKLY CITIZEN. f:s C:t:n Frintiag & mWw Co. CKO. A. CLUM. y : lent nnd (ieneral Manager. S2 $3 03 . 300 . 176 .tDTTATISINQ HATES: .-.v-i-f n.t insertion . ijjsrf . each subsequent insertion OFFICE: fornf r riiureh and Pennington Sts. 2 25 1 25 I: is railroad discrimination that hurts ,-,etbs3 men lares and freights. -or Star must certainly be accorded r.utu-cti 'U of being the journalistic ilS:ss of Arizona. Ijh noteworthy that amid all the lucent over the Presidential count, Yfri Lockwood calmly washes her jjjaod bears an outward semblance j --.concern. TEEfcwtriaS victory of thennti-mor -on t cket in Apaehe'county'haaocta. suaeJ -sany a Enint to (all upon the tcsw 1 1 his wives and shed chloride !ssJram drops of grief. ' the Republican party is not dead, -r w:Ii it die. Its principles are f oun 21 ca trntb, and are overlasting. Tho Eepsb.xan party is full of life, thought sJ action, and its mission is eternal. Taxr tell of a wonderful cure o...

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. — 22 November 1884

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, NOV. 22, 1S84 km E8 Ft: dm The Denver Tribune-Republican is making n determined war on the bunko thieves ot that city. St. John has notyetdnred to return to bis home in Kansas. He will wait till the clouds roll by. Should tho political rotation officially decapitate the many Federal officials in Arizona, nenrly every one will remain in the Territory and become permanent residents. It is not exactly settled yet, but the chances are that W. K. Meade, ot Tomb stone, will be the party to distribute the Federal patronage in Arizona after Ihe fourth of March. Governor Torres, of Sonora, has added n reward of $300 to the sums already offered for the arrest and con viction of the murderers of tho Mexican boy Quinones, in tho Huachuca moun tains. Young Spreckels' handy gun is liable to occasion him the opportunity for re flection in the scclision ot a prison cell, for his attempted assassination of M. IL De Young of tho San Francisco Chron icle. And now Carl Schurz ...

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. — 22 November 1884

frttKKLY CITIZEN giTTBPAY' - XOY. 22, 1884 jaft s littlo too cold for Tucson hlanV We'.iscb is in the city from ' Goorjre H. Adams left to-day ,,j Monk and Mrs. Gregory have t'l frcni l'lienir. ". -r .1 travel bus increased bouio .'itrl-1"" p u03): and farni'y left to-day for J, M. QniffKle and son returned .,r' v from a visit to xuinois. . r -aee wash house in Prescott s Jrttr-yeil by fire Sunday night. - , iv,ioent restaurant will open to tli a prand dinner at four o'clock. rf nr time to renew tho con .- w.Ij the moon for lighting the t m Ox-girle, J- Sbotweil and J i . -It 1 A.- ; j ItruEe wiii ieavo to-morrow - ,nrert bv the Arion Club will be t -ut attraction on Tbantsffiving 1 IA fl Sfllinillil an terrain - 15 .... . . j; vers report considerable actiTity , 'r business. Many high grade - U d re are brought in by pros- A. J. Osborn and wife will r. 4t tite a trip to New Orleans, to . if "the exposition, soon after rv 1st i - Jce L. Lynde and Mr. Warren in K-fk Diamond mine last...

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 November 1884

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, - NOV. 1884 SMALL TALK. The outgoing stages were empty this morning. Tho excitement will toper off with the city election. L S. Fried has arrived at home from Ills visit to Europe. Rev U. Gregory, Mrs. Gregory, and Uiss .Monk are visiting Phenix. Geo. J. Roekrngo will go to the Qaijo toas to-morrow to do some surveying. It is hoped tho council will designate two polling places for tho city election. The Democrats want no north, no south, no east, no west; they only want the boodle. Billy Totusky, formerly of this city, now has nharce of the dinintr room at the Central Hotel, EI Paso. Dr. G. Witfeld will leave for San Diero next week, where he will reside iu the future. Sucriil Li. li. Urme, ot I'uenix, was married last Tuesduy to 3!is3 Mamio Jeffries, of Texas. Tho Raymond and Whitcomb exenr- sion party passed through this city for California, last night. Kerr Mark Lemon, n nine-year-old fou of Judgo and Mrs. A. D. Lemon, of Phenix, died on Thursday. Dr. Bu...

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 November 1884

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL XIV. Lit us give thanks that it is no worse CrvELAXP ib the jack-in-tbe-box of AEsr.can politics. It is a consolation to know thut we ve:e betrayed, not beaten. t Jons has not yet sent bis con s(-!ations to Cleveland. He is await- .v. I.olnnna rf Vtof MF, tYV -e-t- - Tacr.E has been a suit pending bo- f :e tL? District uonrt in this county fr fiscs Arizona was organized as a lemtory. In:: iacovery of the great lake Mit isssisi m British America was made at e acreaiely opportune moment In U Jisjrace to which St John has -::jei cold water, the arrival of such Tisf reinforcements of that element overwhelm its enemies with its -sameness, ncd assert a triumph over the;esor prohibition. Theke is already talk of the admis-.-.ja ut Utah s a State. This will not be Joce as a matter of justice to the pe pie vl Utah, but solely for partisan prroses. It will give two Democratic Senators and 6well the Democratio ss, r;ty in the House. The Mormons are J Democrats but 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. — 29 November 1884

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. NOV. 29, 1SS1 Tnn voting repeater ia like a sea of. glory be spreads from yoll ' P We all liuve hotuethinR to be thankful for. Even tbe dark c'.i uls bave a silver lining. Tiinr.E are pwliee wbo clamor load for tarmoay v.boe idea of that com modity id tbat all othore must come to tbeir standpoint. Kx-Sbkatoj: Xokwood, who holds 'miniDj interests i.ear Unrsbtiw, iu this county, is a mtmber-olect of the Forty ninth Congref from Gorjjm. Theiie i a qn?-tiou of veracity exist inc between l'otdmiwter Genernl Frank Huttou auJ J. S. CI ukion. editor of the Iovra State KeRister at Dea Jloincs, Iowa. It lioks bad upon tbe heels of a Democratic uatioaul victory lormcun fdctnrord to cut down tbe wages of em ployes. They aiitioiito a tree trade movement M. G. Sama.mbo and George Kay field are promiLent caudulaUts for the office of mayor of Tnesen. IJaib are Koud men and count boaU of friends iu this city. Tnc Democrats are now load in ad vocacy of civil service leform. ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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