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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 3 January 1885

weekly Citizen. JAN. 3, 18S5 j. i. - t i .r I , (.fci-t, I ItHXO lived bero 4. years; , , iro on the day of election; I wan j tiis buildiusr, I passed inside - turce times but 1 did not tstny 1 ; vas all alone; I was inside of -J-' Kl'inR upnnd down; I passed " the bouse; I came in at tbe t r. Hud passed out tbe otber, I t no room; I voted tbat day, ;., tween 3 Hud 4 o'clock nnd I t.i Uaact nnd two other of tbe 1 Lot eee tbera vote, 1 cannot w n they voted; I know Mr. u doil't speak; I know con 1 dy by sij;ht; 1 know Fred 1 hnve not talked with anybody - . testimony; I know Pedro und i ,r 'tilean; 1 did tell Pedro , ..inrFreil Hamill that Utiille . ,v told mo that if I testified to . i I would io to tbe pemten i to Pedro Chnrouleau on , , f Camp street und Church i motniai;; we were fipeakiujj t li.-use that fell down last i w aked me if there was any - ,'nz through where I lived. -1 ...'ft, sworn: I lived in Tuc- - Ulrs; I voted on election day; I nt half-past three; I know r,i?et;...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 3 January 1885

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, JAN. 3, 18S5 DEMIXG. Judge H. B. Sammera o Florence, is in the city. Hon. W. K. Meade, of Tombstone, is in tbe city. John W. Lowo trill go to Tombstone to-morrow or Monday. Hon. W. K. Meade returned to Tomb stone by to day's train. Col. J. M. Haskell is in the city, ntter a long absence in California. W. W. Williams camo up from Calc- basas to spend unristmas in iue v and n. p. F. P. Sargent, of ths 8. 1'. R-11, will have his headquarters in Yuma after next faunaay. in. Ku(t .1,'strHiuteil a lot of Christ mas cigare ten inches long to his patrons yesterday. This ehowory weather reminds one that tbe hot fccotcnea at tiie acotia are good medicine. TJirEA irlin nnrrOinepil their con fee ticmery nt llothschild's had the hap- 1 1 , , ".I . ' . pieei cuiiureii on vurietuiiie. Wr Jnhn Wnrt rgm n littlr uncial en tertainment at his hou3B last night that was a very enjoyuble allair. There will be an important meeting of the lianchmen s Asjocuiion hciu in Tucson on t...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 10 January 1885

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZ d i im - -a 1 -is" ft VOI XIV. cxzen Priatins: & PqMsWoe Co. "' nvrmnv. a. ri.mi and General Manager. txexs : M 1 ADTXttTISISO UATXS: - tir-t insertion 225 k each submxinent insertion 125 OFFICE: Corner Church and Pennington Sts. PAit' 1'auH Why prosecuteth thou Tje Stir's roosters crowed themselves ieifh early in the fight zt Democrats burned considerable - ii-r m rejoicing over Sheriff Paul's i a; will be elated, others will be : p mteJ this morning about nine :i-Star. is s though somebody 'was go .j to be trapped in his own contriv uce. Sta' Thb li" JJ n Pennsylvania mean Jester, f he Floods in tho Qu'jotoaa i.aa J .-vrperiiy. The n-wyear enmo in bright and :W, bat quite cold. It promises to t saeTei'ful year for Anzonn in the t,t c'f cetera! prosperity and progress. . FalLlelphia sboemakere 6tnke Ist'.leL They held out to the laet, it was problematical if they oould t p t jJy and soul together, and so t.f7Fvt,-.d out. Thei are making elaborate prepara t ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 10 January 1885

? " .... . - t - , ... - I Weekly Citizen. SATUliDAY, JAN. 10. ISto I FL am m Hit! 3KT Fixed tip verdicts are not "verdicts of Hip nrn nln' lint eimnlv verdicts of i " " fraud. Tax is paid on 12,1-fJ dogs ia Chicago. Tt vrill now bo m order for St. Louis to show up her worthless cure. Tnr. Star is in great fear of an over flow of the "waters of truth" and warns the people to "look out for tho over ilowin ? scourge." By the way, what arc "waters of truth?' TriE Star of this morning predicts its own downfall in tho following words: "The refuge of lies shall be swept away, and the hiding place of falsehood shall be uncovered. of Fnnm- should not always be made hangrnun's day. Worse crimes than lmncin? men have bon committod on Friday take, Tor instance, Iriday last week. Star. Is it n crime to hang men who have mnlHivl murder? Is it n crime to execute the laws of the land? Tni: biblical editor of .ho Star made his debut this morning. It is hnrd to tell whether he was trying to preach 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. — 10 January 1885

ffKEKLY CITIZEN, JAN. 10, 18S5 SMALL TALK. .'dtCullen inirposos shortly to "n for b lengthy visit East. KbanJ "or Stout left this E--v . ir two days trip m the hills". !,.; Don returned last even- i r a WCCK8 "" l" micuub iu f ( l'olice Johnson turned over i a .tiers iu his keepinp to his S . r Mr. A. O. Buttuer, to day. . rrIorL-d that Mrs. Jnmea 1L ''i s!ioril return to Tucaon with . ,.Ji;r. Iter,. tirninnpn!lv i c . 11 - -I - -1 It . r' "ri,T eDjoyablo yisit with their - . - k 1 ... m ""i- 'a this cny, reiuruuu iu j.umu- ti i? fit.-rn relnrnpil in Tnmli. ".tni -inline after makiujf u fuvr r-:'T1M U h.T many acquaintances "... -3 LoJu' 1, A. O. TJ. V., . otlicers for tho eu6iiin r;". '5-e.r lull over the grand ccn- r- e'.,t:.-s evemuff. , ,arfnceof Mr.Theo. Wcliscli .3 j j IK? seen iu iue uiio nuusr, s,"tv3 come ,rom Charleston to x, i - in c0S'nS out of the K, H use stock. vk. i. C. Miller returned on Satur , fcjrn on last from a three months '.", Vr.tu3s and relatives in Kansas ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 10 January 1885

Weekly7- Citizen. Ml ft mil mm SATTJltDAY. JAN. 10. lSfc'5 SMALL TALK. W. B. AfcClearv is id from the Sauta Uitns. The light of other days is fast siring way to electricity. A bip- wrestling mutch will tiko place nt lha Gora iheatre to-tugM. Clnrk's T. Etctaells lies rt tamed from his visit to Michigan. Colonftl ii. F. Bivias returned tlii? mormug from the QuDsiht mine?. Whea Gabriel blows his bora all the boys goes to Einstein's after cigars JuJre Fitzzeral... OA. Zabriskie and Catit Tidbull loft for Prescott to-day. Ghas. R. Vrkt has resigned his posi tion as cashier of D. Hi-aderaoiTti DauK. Location notices for record are com injj jB very freely on Recorder Sampson P.ini. seemicelY. has the last laueh, nml ho is untitled to a loud aud long jruffntr. Aire. U. Gregory's nehiKI trill open for the retention of atudenu Alondiiy. jau 5th. Dr. Crepin Iisb removed hi office to 111 Cumw street, ootiobite the Has Houae. Arizona Commandery, No. 1, Kui'n'b.tt Templar, will hold a regular ec...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 17 January 1885

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. YTV " KKLY CITIZEN. LtrSiPriBtiDS & PnMsMoe Co. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY", ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17 185-5. NO. 52 jaJ'ttand Genoral Monaeer. wTi" r" I y, fastis- I" ir.IETIS . 3 (O . 300 . 17S .tETismo bates: 0:Teat sabwQUfOt insertion.. . S3 125 OFFICE : jjer Cbnrr Ii and Fenuington Sts. "T st&r s more enthusiastic for thin it was when be was ran- is - -r jrsTicB Watte baa been under st 0j yits. Dr. Winslow nearly a (tin tn tAnHiam Onii. II u thought necessary. A man of VVj Ve ap should hare known that n.nnlil ilrtllim rtn rmrtA g&i .ruF - x.iis Joxes seems to have the in- , yjjt as his own Bucccssor from the &i in perflation only) State of Ne- c::iels fJ?inuHe tut uey liQTe pJi&d able man to rePresent them. jQuixesteb man says "there is not ret estajrh in the lulling business at pjjst t3 keep men from starving tit the average wages do not exceed r. syesr. Well, wo should say 51:00 1 jsir ret cash, and all the fish one ic'J to e...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 17 January 1885

Weekly Citizen. m IK- SATURDAY, JAN. 17, 15f5 Pckdt seems to be in the way, even as a temporary man. It looks us though we have n mug wump in the Legislature. LsATncnwooD must bo very popular in the Council, us that body refused to act until tho "little giant" arrived. Wosdce it Bosco Konfcling put on tho "gobbler btrut" when tho earth quuko reached New York the other day. Tnc little dog that barks so loud after tho caravan has passed did not make fco much uoiso when the circus was going on. The oditor of the Star continues to have cramps of night, but wo presume ho will bo better soon, as he has added lti;e to hia soup. St. John has no idea of confining his labors to one master. He i willing to serve as many masters as will pay him for his dirty work. Os Monday morning last ice was observed in all the puddles inSan Fran cisco. Tho thermometer indicated four degrees below tho freezing point. Spooxeii of Wisconsin and Evarts of New York seem to be leading in the Sen atorial rases m 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. — 17 January 1885

-1 ' 1 VKEKLY CITIZEN. JAN. 17, 1SS5 JM SSSBB S31AI.I TALK. .r nna Mrs. HurIx White pn&eeil v tins morning for 13ensou from .n ut. jjarru- Colthrop. oi san r raucisco, nav- friends in this city returned Vr home yesterday. Tht Rre ncae or telctfrnriK at v extern Union oflice for Carlos 'uMnd Jndgo Crnig. y Una of ore per day is beiug - - 'frt'ia the San Xavior mines to " jcUou smeller. i a.-t A. -M. Hntch. regimentul Quar Xsti.T of the Fourth Cavalry, left for ""'T to day on a two mouths Icavo Xeaias aru hauling oro from the Es ifiaiuin? in thts Sierrita mouutbius. I." at rs pnrposa to ship a carload to Yi :t for reduction. r E. "an Horn representing the re i vtme company is in town. He the city to-day, auuonueing the "wlofthe company here on Tuee- "ue cews 'at are oenK daily re- - i nopea of a revival of mining fT-jtrviaall parts of the Territory. "tL's "direction l'ima county is epecial- floated, copies of the Daily Ciiizex e:eialer ISth nnd 31st; also the "isslt Citizen of Dec...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 17 January 1885

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY, JAN. 17. 1S?5 S3ULL TALK. Sonora omrjres are abundant in tho Tucson market at 40 cents er dozen. Eight hundred Chinamen nre said to bo employed by the Southern Tacific on its new road through Tejon pass. Work on the Arizona Mutual M. and 3iL Co.'a mill at Arivaca has been sus pended, but work on tho mine is being pushed vigorously forward. The amount of dirt hauled from the lands south of town and used on the roofs of adobo houses within the past two weeks can safely be estimated at thousands of tons. Ijieat. Benson, of tho Fonrth Cavalry btationed at Fort Huachuea, was in the city to-day. It was his first visit to Tucson. He is engagod on the court martial now sitting at Fort Lowell. The Scotia under the irrepressible "Tom" hu3 since he assumed its manage ment sprung into deserving and sudden popularity. In all Tucson there is noth ing like if. Cull and liquor a p. The Cinznx acknowledges with thanks the receipt of an invitation to tbe K o P. bull to bo gi...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 24 January 1885

i ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZE & Weekly Citizen. tl; CUzea Priatins & PabUsbias Co. rrfuJutundGineral Manager. TKE1IS : -f.v , s M. J.5 Ol . . 2 00 IDVIBVISIXO E.VTES: , v j, first insertion................. 225 . r, , each KubhCinent insertion 125 OFFICE: forcer Church and Pennington Sts. T-c '-iaij oa stocks are on the rise. i -i makes the man" in England, a W rth makes the women in Franco, ;t 11: dear creatures don't know it iff nld think with so manv "dead . If ta Arizona, Illinois, California c ctl'r States that a rew hrst class .i i ? i . fsri-S wcuiu greanj- expeuito dusi Esnan Hazex is no more a success - uza i f peace than he was during the He should be reduced to the inav.-ai like General Crook sent to juaetockf oods stition. T3" sar says "an effort will be made to Bast 3t y.-ung Franklin in the Legis- htire " The Citizen has heard nothing c! such a move, and is of the impres- fu: that tie Star is in error. Ir tie Star dots not soon recover frcza i?s hysterical aberration...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 24 January 1885

m Weekly citizen. p Hi IP is m i Turin PS m i i m is Hi fa; i si 11 Pi 0' : .J rr. 1 W 3 I 3 a 4 SATUKDAY JAN. 24. 18P5 Fdom present indications tbo third hoaee will iake a desperate effort to run the present legislature. Thb Tom'cetane Epitaph continues to pttlilifek a rasp showing the proposed division of Cochise connty. There is considerable sport maileof giums prononnceJ on Jeff Davis by Sen President Arthur of late, and some have J ators Brown of Georgia, Vance of North even gone bo far as to nick name him I Carolina, Lamtr of Mississippi and "The society President" Tuere is no Vest of Missouri These gentlemen were doubt but the President is fond of society ' very earnest in their protests nzainst and that ho takes much pride in filling ' having Jefferson Davis pnt down is a the poeition of host at the White House j traitor to hi country. They even went Never a strong man Mr. Arthur has more ' so far as to boaii of tbo part they took ' then over mnda apparent the great ne-' in ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 24 January 1885

weekly Citizen. SATURDAY. JAN. 21, 18S5 SMALL TALK. Jr ami Mrs. Phil Crovat wens made t xrcedingly bappy yesterday by tba nr- rJTSI or a uamiaunie youoR unuguier. Consrstulations are extended. Xlu bonaza company having bnncbt v Harrow mill bare finally decided 0u its removal. Contractu for tbat pur- jH.se villi " 18 taiui 00 let next week. First Lieut. F. IL Froncb of tbo Third Cavalry bas been ordered to Fort Grant ctiJer arrest for trial before the court sarsbal to bo convened there on tbo y-'u instant. It is said tbat tbo first load of me;. p'wdise that ever reached Tucson by wrt of the Quijotoa came in last even--J. It was consigned to Mr. D. Sny- jer tbe same ueiDR a part or u3 iJuijotoa st rk- A pair of fine young mountain sheep were brought to the ment market of Wo. Shouldercr tbis inornmj; from the Toeon mouninins. They are iu fine eon Jition, .nd will make most excellent cst.n?- Qiite a number of railroa 1 men have Balanced their intentions to abandon 5.-eeat occupations fo...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 24 January 1885

Weekly Citizen. SATOKDAY, JAN. 21. 1S?5 Mr. II. W. Klein, manager of tho Una chuca bote, is in the city. Mrs. John Gray expects to leave for a visit to California in the course of a lew days. Tho Commercial Club givos t dance to-night Members only with accompa nying ladies will bo admitted. The funeral of Don Demetrio Yelasco takes plnce at 1 o'clock this afternoon. The attendanie will be very large. Gentlemen in from the Santa Cata linas iep rt many trees broken down by the immense weight 01 snow much bo cumulated on them during tho recent storm. If the Electric Light Company cloyes with the Dreseat oiler from tue City Counoil. it will furr-iVh light to the city for S100 less than it did under tho con tract of IfiSJ. The Citv Cuincil met yesterday after noon, and f tor a general jicusi,;on f varions subjects pertaining to city irn Drovements an adionrnnnut was hsd eubject to the call of the Mayor. Jndgo O.sboru has opened an ofllco in the city library, or rather in the hall of the ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 31 January 1885

ARIZO WEE CITI it VOL. TUCSON, PBIA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, lb- NO.2. EiMTaPrisiiis & PoM-Mm Co t Jvfeir ; - tiVoeral Mer. Tims : J5 01 s a) 1 73 . i. iatiS... 125 ruer ChnnrU and Pennington Sis. Co-ue T..,v no holds high carnival in 1 .. ." of America. Alas! are Ibe esttotios this makes titUA to one more de- Tih ha- deaied again; a V v .1.11 lit n .. i. nmw. Washington, who re 'tlv viM-ed Sew Orleans, nays all there S4S pir toikl bKome tired of ., I- 1 I o I truuiftv h.l I N .i.i,.imi.nwi " ----- iHii.Uft M,1 I he nam-, another wnaie i key Ro for lig n-n a"u TiMACourty his fiil moae-v ... A riTAn o .... A,ri!.r ill treaary m Lnany two other eonntiw in it. and hjucson wore tiwnatiy live towns m I territory. i v pnsvrii di-natch s- 3 Vtt-erbilt is - . , ... E2Silrat ii raiLcs. m J"91 nJtrmlt, le 'd'-ws out" all lie can I, m tVery ri.-J.oad that he has anything h Ju w.th. Tse Democrats of New Mexico are -;t.nz niuus ab30t securing appoint- lacits uuler the...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 31 January 1885

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY JAN. 31, 1S?5 Thk cold wave has Btruck us. It track the Star Borne weeks afro, and hangs on wonderfnlly. .Theke is a rot deal eaid about capi¬ tal and labor in the cast, but so far as we can learn there is not much use beiu? made of either. Botu mm to be hoard¬ ing np for future operations. The $250,000 fund raided ior General Grant and tnvfsstJd in Wabash bonds are now worth but 12 cents on the dol¬ lar. It is strange that thw fund was not invested in something that possessed real value. The old Hollis street church in Bos¬ ton, has been bought by the proprietors of the Howard Athenamm, who will fit it up in ole'eant 6tylu as a theatre. Sulli¬ van has not yet decided which church he will buy. Sexatobs: The additional Senators who are, or will bo, elected very soon are Yesd, of Missouri; Yance, ol North Carolina; Call, of Florida; Chase, of xtnodo island. All are Democrats, ex¬ cept the latter. GOVERNOR TRITLE'S MESSAGE. TnEbecond biennial message of Gov¬ er...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 31 January 1885

TEEKLY CITIZEN, SJl.Vlil. TALK. Transicat travel continucw light. n9 Pierson linvo closed Tub rooms in tho l'ierson block V 15. llorion ex-county school r" t -mleut has been appointed to ti C n tUro itenetl storm has apparently ,v,taud the value or wood like- w tt, ...rtionally diminished. rave been called for the cou- . a . f water work at Fort Bowie, f!rir t':e construction of tanks. " II t Hooker, of the Sierra lio- ' sh pped eleven carloads of S1'1 cattle on Wednesday last- r. P u3 EjtinRe Company played C tiKlDK men uctuiiuicmii shite t'fi PartofthenioWur-v,,wl11011 i re a erasofor the riomasa vrc. ... t;ii lnvini? on the hi is. S jilatform. which arrived minis on Uiti depot . r ,r,ir announces that TJ. S. v rlia TidbJiH proposes to nimovo to t " ,Vle e expiration of his tc ifl o-- ofllV. 4l- . -w- r t f . i. v ciriivoilj ZiCCKenuori jc ir o T Mr lo Lew AueeleJ on bnsi- C s .. .;ti, the firm. He will Cir ------ 1. 1 ieut several days. romavWl his office from Dr.-tP .4 Pamn ctrl...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 31 January 1885

1 J Weekly Citizen. SATUKDAY JAN. 31. 1S?5 THE CAPITOL. Ths Pullmna cat- conductors lmvo been taken off from the O. T. awl S. P. It. R. linee. Tbe repealing of the oomaaerainl trav- eler'ri license n benefit Tnoson about (309 por month. The El Fronterizo save that the aotnal ralno of a Mexican dollar in Tucson is but eifjlity cents. The l'apasos are sai l tt have ivanton- ly destroyed tho fruit trees on the Man Xuvier dtl Hoc ranch. The Brotherhood of .Locomotive Firc- raou have encaged Masonic hall in which to give their coming grand ball. J.M. Wilson, special custom agent at Uemm;?, is in town on business con¬ nected with the Smythf smuggling case. The Giant Powder Co., have been for¬ tunate in securing the contract to fur- ritOi powder to tho Trinidad Mining Co. Cattle still continue high priced frith a fair and Btendy demand. Cows with calves average in value from 20 to S25 each. A sou has been born to Urs. J X Toote dow reeiiliiit; -it Beaver Dam Wis. on tho 1G instant. Both mo...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 7 February 1885

1 " ' '" '"' "''''" in tiririff im- i i ARIZONA WEEKI TIZE I- CXzlh Priotins & PdIsMds Co. HVRHKKT HHOWN, nuvMS : ADYtUTISIJOl u.vtcs: fiit insertion . eai-h Mitwvjuent iH&ertion . OFFICE : f3 m , 2 to . 1 2 as l'JS finier C!urcli and Pennington Sts. , Leathiikwood is said to bo one t : t t 'ft active Democratic members I us i) at sen Las clwnjs been looked 3 t!u most hoiriblo death luiag I ,;t :s it any better when 6uch iccur oa land? 1 jrislature has luid out enough keip it busy for eoveral months . consequently much will not il within the proscribed sixty s and Nash, of Yavapai county, t v.ry lovely to each other yes Oae of them (we don't know f.i.d to bury the other in Tonto If L atl erwocd wants any peace o t , ..l Li d better provide n clerkship i;j.e hi,.r' Prescott correspondent. He iculmtly pitting hungry and enn . ; ,u , n l!:ce alore. A. 1 1 t'-s'i tbe father of the unforlu r.T.iu B- r.d, fhys that Ins duugb- - t-triekeu down with paraly se lost the use of her rig...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 7 February 1885

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY FEB. 7. 16P3 SHAKE IT oft. It now appears that Scnntor Baynrd's objection to ncceptiuc a Cabinet position is not because ha thinks himself too good for such a place, but because ho is too poor to fctaad the espouses of keep ing up the show and parade that is ex- pected from the chief Cabinet officer. It has been said that "the social expenses of a Cabinet position have grown to snch an extent that no man -without n large fortune could afford to accept one. The declaration abon Mr. Bayard is confined to tho assumption that he was to be offered the Secretaryship of State. It is true that his fortune is not large enough to meet the social requirements if tbnt nlnce. It is almost necessary fur a President to have a rich Sscretary r.f State in his Cabinet vho has ample mean3 to entertain and recip rocate the social favors which nre show ered upon the Frosident and his Cab inet family. The Secretary of State must, in the first place, live in a largo house, lie has...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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