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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 29 November 1884

l VAfl Yin f ' " 1 . i .iiii ii Weekly Citizen . ti-isDAV. - - NOV. 29, 18P4 . i - . THE JlUnUEUED MAX. f ju.toh of tlie Lire tir AT. S. I'llli, " n,y jiurtlcreJ 111 thrlluaclmca Mountain. r ,;t was current on .tho streets ..ncim: tnai tue muriierers oi mo i - a loy Qiuiiones n Huncliu l len apprehended, nnd that " vtn the Duncan brothers and u " li c 3 Stormy Jim. As tho sanio j'o surpected of the murder of Fr: UalTerty-ltaynjond party, the ,T ff.rh r-fcetch of the life of the niur- . , EJ Fritz, publielied lor the first ".. - t-e Denver Republican, may be , lt0rit to the people in thia Bection . .. M. Fritz, bupenntendent of ", V , -e ffiine Bt Alma, left Denver r.1!j:l J't'sterday, on n mission " ""j os sa'd to him as the case ie -s o interesting. On October 4 his Wiufield S. Fritz, his wife, '-'.' l'ui.rt. his partner, and Joseph vZ i a hired man, were found "- n their ranch, located in " i :ntr. The atrocious murder L t asiitted by two cowboys, who r . Jiti to prevent the four ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 29 November 1884

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, NOV. 29, 1SS1 SMALL TALK'. The Crescent esIoou opens to-uigltt. The blue ilnz floats over X'onio llr.U to-day. Dr. Handy has relumed from San Francisco. Judco T. Lillie Jleroer, or Tabac, i3 in the city Col. JJenediot, U. S, Indian Inspector, is agniu iu the city. Col. J. A. JInir lifts returned from trip to California. Phil. L. Crovat lww returned" from a visit to San Francisco. That froelutioli at the Crescent to niKht will be a tempting spread. J.S. Brittain, Esq , of Nogalep, is in the city, greeting his many friends. The gwnd concert on Wednesday evening will bo the attraction of the season. The hungry gather around Joe Betz's Jnucbes liko boys around a molasses barrel. Deputy Marshal Ohas. T. Council has returned from a trip through Qila and Graham counties. Tho weather has returned to its delight ful pleasantuew, and all nature re joices, with tho Denis. Colonel lie Sure and Fred Kohler will be happy to eee their friomla at the Crescent sample rooms ...

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. — 6 December 1884

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. I- fr- vrtl. 'IV. ::::::: weekly Citizen. jstHkb Printing: & PgdIIsMde Co. ll GEOKOE A. CLDM. lV:dtnt a0 Qneral Manager. tkkms : JlAt'.. , 3O0 . 1 ADVIBTtSINO BATES: fip-tinwrtion............. !: Cacli Mbiue:it insertion. I a OFFICE f ircer Church and Pcnningtou Sts. -EEC.:!tou Clarion urges Hon. C. C, . velj far President of the Council. t..5g ffortnyeup;eHuun. -ur.oiepnena !Jit55cs abundant nbihty, is a splendid t ,seatanan, and would make -- sot presiding officer. We second jCUrwn's motion. CitsTEB A. Akthcr exhibited Lis . j jease in adopting tho advice of the (vtis to appoint a day of Thnnksciv. r, else the good people of Tucaon .;jtkave had the opportunitr to i tUi sncgestion of the Star and i:a'e it m the good old fashioned The rata of the great battle in the rvmneas rr to have been crossly yerateJ and the affair was but a fr-WJt ia a teapot There is, however. i Itil.ug of insecurity and lack of Tcie:t:on to American life nnd prop er a" xs the line...

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. — 6 December 1884

1 If-",!. Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, DEO. C, 1881 TnE aim ol all Rood citizens should bo to secure only the best qualified men for local offices. The Secretary of. Wnr, in his annual report, jives Gen. llnzen a sharp thrust for his criticism of the Gicely relief affair. Our Uecordeb Ciias. II. Meyer was renominated nt Tuesday nifht's mass meeting, by acclamation. It was an honor merited by tint pentleman. OcTsiDEot the selection of tho pre siding officers of tho respective housea, the political complexion of n Territorial legislature cnts an insignificant figure. The administration may chanco and the country ro to tho "demuition bow " hnt to insure tranquility tue pilgrimase of boons to Boston must not be interrupted. A NOKTn and south railroad would in sure not only prosperity, but a rapid in crease in tho population of Arizona. The lack of cheap transportation is as fatal to progress as a sterility of sou. It was a wi6e provision to hold n dsy of national thaukfgivinK immediately l...

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. — 6 December 1884

9" ' QElOAr CITIZEN. DEO. 6. 18?4 """ resolutions or Reject. - ,veSijictr of Arizona Pioneers. bxoiP'apby or our lato brother " n T.iole. tre submit the follow J5,t" , rr as far as we know ' r'ite brother James II. Toole was , .-it' of Neir York, Oct ber pcrsoual- btnin from information. " 'v1 whew ho spent his boyhood '.i uitb. later in lifo he in company e.S tii'ier was in business iu New , , ,n Xew York when the ue s ot ,7" verv of gold in California was Vl- wu be, with many others, took I mia nf nnr rriwit rmmrrv s.H-'-e Ll ... - i'J started west. T", n be fettled t- " - ..v .,..;! ti, on. tcfii Arriving in m Plocerville M. Lu Graver Ritas to-ilnv. went out to tho Santa L. F. Fries camo ia camp yesterday. from tho Frijole - -s ' T . 1 - J ... 1 J,f fcL lis leu iu auu iuuuo 1 - TT-. T T T 1 nnt in oopisuu jiuu u. iiiuuB tJ'j' Fifth Infantry, California . tc re. lie was soon afterwards ..' -rtermaster of the Column 3 Caa.Vruia and cent to Tncaon " reje remained until his discharge...

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. — 6 December 1884

a II T" nlii " yVl inlii is WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY, DEO. 6, 1884 The atmosphere is ehrickiuK with railroad talk. J. M. Warren left to-day for a trip to tho Quijotoas. The B. of Jj. E. will eoon givo a ball in Mnsonic hall. General Torfirio Diaz will bo inaugu rated President of Jlesico next Monday. El Fronferizo is now published on Saturday instead of Thursday, as here tofore. ff ti-iII Im n tna ilnv trlmn tha San Carlo? re ervation is thrown open to tho settlers. from Butte, in Pinal conntv, t Charles ton, Co;lme county, lor reuucuuu. Herbert Tcnney is now ablo to cet about the streets on crutches. Another month will probably elapse before he will bs able to walK. Bob Harri-We many friends will find i ti.o rtv jrntch lit tliH Fashion. where ho dots the honors with his usual urbanity and attention. Many inralid 6tranccrs are noticed rtnii hither bv the warm and healthful winter climate of southern Arizona. Tho faro and ronletto tables have liann tnlran frnm H.n Fnsllllin 1111(1 li...

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. — 13 December 1884

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. TnT. YTV. fEEKLY CITIZEN. f?fSBPfiotiii2 & PnMisliiDg Co. lw OEOltGE A. CLDM. jidtnt and General Manager. HUMS : r.Ytf . V t. f-1 r V.K.d !.'j!ollt IDTIBTISIXO BATES: . is m . son . 1 75 aire. first insertion... .. 23 v ?iii eich subsequent lnsortion 1 3 OFFICE: Corner Church and" Pennington Sts. jj jt possible tho Cochiso Connty jjACjnl suspended? A copy has stracc'J ta'8 wa' 'or a week or j:f. CiXiW is destined to reTel in wealth, jv. tton?andi of bank cashiers, preai-aa-l other officials, and tho bigger ",jwi5r rocups, all find an asylum the St. Lawrence with their Irny p rson relies upon that state -aat of the popular vote in the United jUtes iivea in to-day's Star, and pays In belt upon tuat 0Bfii9 he will get d nb.y left There are Beveral grots in ixaracies ntilly affecting the result. The basy B'a were presiding offioers it tie respective municipal mats meet is;i Of the first, Geo. W. Barter was chiirs-n. sad lost night Geo. W. Baker wiich&irna...

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. — 13 December 1884

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. 1;EC. 13, 18S1 Oun congratulations, Mayer llayfield. In a very modest way, the Star claims to have won another jwhtioal victory. The municipal ticke' elected on Jlon day gives general satisfaction. Col. Rayi ield made a good run, for a person of such avoirdupois. "How we npplea swim," seems to be tho motto of the morning luminary. Tun cattle men who congregated in St. Louis seeni competent to toot their own horns. Cleveland has expressed nn unwill ingness to remove the postmaster at the Nine-mile Water Hole. Chas. II. Meyee will continue to "yug" the offenders against the majesty of municipal lnw for the next year. As exceptions to the general good health of the city, there have recently been reported a few caees of diphtheria. Geneeaij Guant has added to hid Al ready illustrious name another distin guished honor in declining a pension by act of Congress. About the only lesson derived from yesterday's election seems to be that the person who receives the la...

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. — 13 December 1884

tfEEKLX CITIZEN, DEO. 13. 18?4 SMALL TALK. n Snvder returned yesterday ' if E. O. Shaw Rot back from a ,11 LVn CHycsierua. Ms tn Medley is reported to be 7, ..Bit CODUUUU iu uid iuuui. r V. Kisley returned from ae last evtiinnu. -. 15r,iwn and Ira A.Carter came, iriJjy from Uaboqmvnri r -ts;nf. ; ,e . J. Osborn and family re "r t trvemcj from a short visit , Lwe cam np from Tombstone .i V aUJ iui i ..1 nf rheumatism and sho raised f -aifLt for his Bake. St. Jacobs tr 'H J Iiav'e cureu uia uuuu. teem3 to bo lots of quien sabo .. . will be tno next ciiief or po- 11 Ivnc. postmaster at Willcor, v last night's train for u visit icer beer, oi ot. Ajouis, on a-l fresh clam chowder to- tie Fashion Restaurant. fe4on, who nas resided in Tuc jaiits ft space ot time, 13 now -school at Gila Bend. ,a Franewco papor says W. II. L3 (joua to the Quijotoas to j ' .r t'u- new machinery. oel M- 1. Wickersham, of Tomb- j.as taken tne ontn oi otlice as t, r of pDitoflices for the Pacific .'E-stcr Fred 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. — 13 December 1884

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. DEO. 18, 16S4 SHALL TALK. Douglass Snyder lias gone to the Qmjotoas. Andrew ,T. Brawler, a well known resident of Fhenir, died luet week. Arizona Commandery Xo. 1, Knights Templar, hold a regular conclave to night. For ea'e, a bnrro and paak saddle, both in good condition. Enquire nt this office. Fish or clam ohowder 13 served overj Friday at Joe's Saloon, on Congress street. A splendid entertainment wag given nt the Baptist church last night, with a good attendance. The CrruEX will give ite readers u very interesting story by the Hoard of Supervisors in a few days. Fhemx wants to organize a tiro com pany and Tucson ought to organize a militia company. 1L Bue'uraau and his family left to day for the San Pedro, after spending several dart) m the city. They have a man in 1j03 Angeles named Limbareer. Now no one need hold his nose when he aaks what's iu the west wind. M. J. Spaulding, SuVTrea?urer of the United fc.tfitcs nt Su Francisco, 11. J. MoKusick, of th...

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. — 20 December 1884

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL. XIV. tt T,EKiAr Citizen pUM Priatins: & PnMshiiig Co l1- UEOKGK A. CLUM. JVfi J?J,: aa" neral aiaiiaiser. ... 1 73 t. jliTlllTISWO nATES: ... t.rcr insertion 2 P . -e cai'h Mjbinent insertion..... 1 ' OFFICE: f.mf Church ami Pennington Sis. .-r at storm ha3 prevailed quite v U-ouguoux xne unixeu states TvrtraUer significant th immediately after Truth Clove jir favors II. D. Money for ici"s Postmaster General. It the will put Money in r rui ire thsy jsrs mmencement of the new era of t-1 ia Arizona bas already set in, iL.u I means are looking for op- , j-r Kr iive3!mcnt in all direc Arrts it relieves the suspense t-?f a Lu.-K laius io huuuuucq mere be mt left for depositors," aa isii:cei cf Wilkinson brothers of Srra:aie -.tales. j-s-s Las fine appearing monu --axil buiIJtn? up on Military plaza, aZsl a tctooi nouse. I'remiums are be fereJ for the best solution of the isst. a "W: at will we do with it?" Tzz rasa young orator in Los Angeles Li parpjsed ...

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. — 20 December 1884

Weekly Citizen. -1. ft Hffl 184 if?) 45 3-rJ a 3?J .ATI ii til w ' IS ft a I 1 v 1 f 3 SATURDAY, DEO. 20, 1884 Tm Mayor nud members of the city council ol Atchison, Kansn?, wero ar rested n fow days ago npon tho order of the United States Circuit Court for failure to levy taxes to pay n bond judg. ment. Verily, the path of n city coun cilman is not always strewn with thorn- less roses. It is suggested for the benefit of tho Star that the courts are fully competent to deal with tho contest in the Taul Shaw case, and that in arrogating unto itself tho prerogative of judge and jury pending an official disposition of the Buit it actually prejudices tlw cafe of tho party whose cause it espouses. Toon Nevada is in nn unenviable plight. Her brightest silver plumes hava been plucked from her to be proudly worn by other commonwealths; her golden mantle has been parted at the foot of her cross like that of our Savior, and she now tremblingly stands, s forsaken orphan, undecided whether death ...

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. — 20 December 1884

I " " ' ' ' ' ' " "' " ' " ' II . , . , Weekly Citizen. DEO. 20, 18?4 SHALL TALK. The A. 0. IT. W. will meet to-night. J. Freeso has cone to the ,--;i0t03S- Tbe rioneera will meet next Monday W- ... . .. -.i(.r Georee W . leitswortli la V,3J.t4. - jre j3 considerable iuquiry for good a. rues'-5- jjff. Geo. Scott, of Riverside, was in tcity to-aaj. The f fleet reading: to-night will be the .jt kttrwition. nnuiber of Nebraska cattle men Je ia tne city to-day. , . l'iBileycame in yesterday from - -ara ia the DraROon mountains. jain!l; mud roofs seems to be a .ntinn cttir tfriA otnrmo r t. r l-Tfiveruor -i- c owers is recla im1 . .. T5-i fw n;.-. nn F -.1 j J Ciiithsm left to-day for Tomb--itjta'ie a position on the Epitaph. --KOn Chapter No. 3, will hold a ,1 convocation to-night for installa ?:"cl officers. y. Hume, F. V. Voll and William tfkerson left by stage for the Quijo- . wood famino has passed and .-T'.:es have come down nearly to ";jna3. rate. - Tucson Gas Company has re--Vel ...

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. — 20 December 1884

.1! - . .1 -I I.I Weekly Citizen. B2f i SATURDAY. IEO.20, 1881 SMALL TALK. Judge "W. A. Hancock of Pbenix is in the city. Hod. M. W. Stewart is in the city Irom Willcox. A Mexican was on irial to-day for BmupglinK 6tocU from oonora. The grand opening oI the Huachuca hotel takes place to-nigm. It is admitted that tho thermometer had to look up to see ttie limes. The city council met this morning and canvassed tne returns or tue cny ca tion. Tkif irnriicaTariil cmrlll adobO hOUScI that collapsed to-day cn account or the ret weather. sj :n mini nn.l tlin roofs leak and the adobe houses melt before the driving moisture. -r. TTni-rnv KflpiTm to bi imnrov ing, althongh slowly, under tho fckillf ul care of Dr. lianay. The Silver King will pay a December dividend 01 twenty-live cenis u tuuic, aggregating fc-Ju.UUa "v". C. Davis and wife, of this city wero registered at the Occidental hotel San Francisco, on TneIay. Arivaca is again coming to the front as o mining camp anu win whiu penenco 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. — 27 December 1884

4 U ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. " . i v t r " .' AM . TUCSON, PIMA COUNT V, AltlZOXA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27 1884. NO. 49 t:EKJAy Citizen. c 4 : n Pnotins: & Go. "" ' (.tTOKGB A. CL.UJ1. j- r ' -.t and Otceral Manager. TIKXS : $5 (1 , 2 U) A; ViRTIMNrt BATES: - t insertion...... ........... iS '.suSjMUPnt insertion..... 125 OFFICE : r ,:-1 isiircli am! Pennington Sts. K . m 13 ia progress in California, -fi.-caJw threatening to sptcad - moisture over Arizona. - A -he Chief urges the people j. s to make nn effort to be j s tiou cn tho Mineral Belt J. i - :i thinks ho has discovered a . vuit thirty miles north of x 1'., re are but few knnwu met t .. i. t found in greater or less , a rcr favored laud of sunshine v Iutiiui: is making bis ad ! tL. Nicaragua canal the - , " t of bis official career. ., nt is a popular one in this it is feared by European i'd this canal be built it . the United States much ,a te list of leading powers of , -Ls ugeles Board of Trade, at lit Id Wedn...

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. — 27 December 1884

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SA.'l URDAY. HEC.27, 1SS4 It is imiw sswrte.l Gordon ii aot tle.tl-sleeping- that Gom lis wes lerel oniy Tutrjcderj t tbe Ciikkk, one. niid all, are litartily Christmas. wis iihe.1 a merry The Otsuirat na.t JioriLorn Pacific ttitont'i r.llll IIJUJ tht umal aannai orelesli ot w-w block wles. TiiEiiusre jubmv line iueeisuio anions IUU I" ...... - novr ch tifly QBgtged in cabtaf t maiajr. ufleetian oxis'.s for .Me-eele Our in tbo -lojJias Democratic jniml of the Terri tor ." This Citizen- will nat be istned to morrow, as the printers H lavi an i" vitnlimi to diue f.t tLs 1'aUce Hotol guest ol Mayor llayfiel J. Ynnv f.iu ootuions ai t the cause of It'Ainn's defeat come any whir ue-ar tbo real trouble. It was cc;aiicd by the lack of bout ttreWe bua.Ue.l v-.t-s in New York. V V.. ;uilo:.-. of toe Hill Sharon divorce feint fame, is till aliri', but r.-'Iir nnbaoov. uotwithauun in tutomr nts of the Sap,Fr.ccwc-. i.3jra thh't bV ''Iwr.t into teats,' taw oiaer day. jn A acrfs-...

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. — 27 December 1884

AVE EKLY CITIZEN. DEO. 27. im SMALL TALK. n ,3t, week the time to "dwearolT. , 4 arr.vA l Oil Fellowa trill elect officers to--r w uvtit. ; taarkete ure well supplied with m. ti.Tritt has bem secured as . eriif tlie San Xavicr mshool. p. F II Goodwin of NoRales, cnnio -'.t ir.lay for n brief visit. Ti Vi Hoe came up from Tombatune .,-,?av and will remain u dny or twc ". ,i delegation of Tncson society t r 1 the Fort Lowell hop to-nisht. will bo nominations to-night , !xxn iu t"i loSO of A. O. U. W. . zt3a Crosley looked so mad V- miss that his tooth ached as '"jtsasaw mill. - sipervwora should make an np a to repair the Quijotoa road, , ' j ,i new one. ; Kii iticliild's candies are fresh S; ;ad are warranted pure and ".!-me. j-i3 displayed some fine prairie tezi from Kansas City, at hia store ..'riJ- -.1 turkeys and fat meats seem v iLe favor with which they are - se J f f Christmas feasts. je " cal express oflice will be open t s rrow ChriAtmns) morning from 10 .dsl-ird time, Vi id...

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. — 27 December 1884

ft. Weekly Citizen. I ifet If P N SR,--1 r-r. ItiVJ IP to MI 5 r5 f1 m m P i 13 3Ei V 1-3?. 1 v 3 1 SATURDAY. UEC.27, 18S4 S8 The publio school closed to-dnv for holidays. Joe Betz has receive 1 his Christians cigars and they are daisie3. Bishop Danlop will hold services iu the probate court room to-morrow. lie v. C 11. Sumner arrived yesterday from his visit to Sew Mexico. rl i V Hivfiifi rntiinipd vestenlaV i. . . . . - . - from the east, and he will probably re main uere ur a ttusuu. ,1. F. Yorbu is buzzing the rangels in their favored city Jjos Anijeiee. Arizona Commandery N. 1. Knights Templar, will hold a regular concave to-aigut. The Fourth Cavalry Band will retum from Fort Iluachuca to .l.owoii io-uiui-row. , A school teicher U wanted at San Xavitrr. Oae who tnlks Sp iuish a little, is preferred. It jthsihild ha3 his whole force of was nt work makinz fresh casdias for the b olid a) 6. Workmen have been busy duriiiR the past few days makini: r.v.lical clmnst in the interior o...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 3 January 1885

Ifc'tf - , . -tr ... : v I ARIZONA WEE - mi IT V 'hall. W Jj? J jf M ko wilff CITIZEN. I r , vi:i:ia,r Citizen. ita PriatiBS & PdMsMis Co. iii:OHRSi A". CU.UM, f il'ut ml Uani-ral Slaimccr. tums : ?i m - . . su) AIVKTlSIJiO .: . lift insertion 2 . irhsalMiioatiB8ertion..... 15 OFFICE : r rliurcli and Pennington Sis. L -.-vailing question now is, which world coming to? -eont storm clouds in Arizona -ily silver lining. Thpy bring . land aud coin to the coffers. s flr:i to barley nearly every acre of : alley laud m Southern Arizona . r reduce a bountiful crop this : 'I'i'.ic meeting held iu Chicago j. -liy night resolutions were 1 e.hing on Congress to puss a . :: Jlormon bill. . remind the people that Sum . . . r deserts Arizona, a shower of . s-andBy was opened by the , . -ise single, glorious peal. Nrntorial newspapers nre ont . ,i Lty of work for the nest Leg '. much of which had better re , . present somnolent condition. rt'Yjrsal of conditions, which : extend to the weather, ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 3 January 1885

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. JAN. 3, 18?5 14 r? r.- S The Citizen groats its readers with a Happy Now Year. Henby "Wabd Beechek is trying to heal tho breach that has arisen in his congregation by reason of his recent political antics, and his bold manner of handling his floak warrants the belief that he will still remain with them. TAUL TS. SHAW. Full Tutlmony In the Contest Ce for the Shrievalty el l'liua Couuty It. II. Dedarrd Elerttd Sheriff. Gladstone the great Commoner and Premier of England, was the recipient of marked ovations upon the occasion of his seventy-fifth birthday, Monday. He is indeed the "Grand Old Man," not only of Britain, bat of the world, and history will award him one of the proudest places in its pages. Let us then swear off all bad habits for the new year, let us roll np our sleeves and go to work. Index. If the party holding the Index man will please grant the abovo prayer and let go now, he will confer a favor upon the general public. The muscle of tho count...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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