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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 14 March 1885

r t Weekly Citizen. StVTUKUAY MAR. 14. THE IXSAI.E AiYLOSI. Now that tli Insane Astlum bill is no longer one ot the probabilities, let 3 living law on the nuiiites of A :oa., with lis full set of directors re.. nppointeJ oy the G .ve.-imr, it iu..j ot tbt uur readers, who have not been n copy of the bill would like to know something abjnt it. It is not an eco noraMwd measure, mid utHrts ont by ap prapnatiug SUM.UOO in the bonds of the Territory to buy gronuds and erect buildings, etc. When thu buildings arc created aud oven thing m rmidiucsi to to rece.va the insane of our Territory it is not like ly it will cost ns any les tier capita to keep them tip n it does now at Stockt o. lorwsn rule, when autliug is conceive I in rascal ty and jobbery, as tlii bill was. it is likely to continue for s lime lime at er it leaves rlr.it hand', a die have uo i.lei Unit there will be ruueh of & reform in this proposed in stitution for some time to come. it mil tsa interesting to the tax pny Of...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 14 March 1885

Weekly Citizen jlr. and Mr. "W. B. Anderson of Great- enille are at me hums. T- end MrF. W. 0. Davis left Tucson on Monday Sat for a visit to California. lutle danchter was born to Mr. and jlr?. H- Jeffords on Saturday night lat Ijoop "ld Carrillo sold three car load nf cuttle to bsn traucieco Dutciard on M. E j"' lhSt- There is paid to be $00,000 worth of waditi erv in the works of the Arctic ce Company. lVctors report that diphtheria baa al post entirely disappeared from among tbi? children 01 mis city. Mr and M'f. Cha. Williams recently visiting with .Mr. ana aire. . (J. Davis et for their home m San Jose, Cal ,.a tfatidny lust. Tw colored phietrers promise fnendly set-to at an early day. They will urbt-class style pat up their maulers in to the time of $50. All hands are very busy in the rail re id machine shops putting patent air brake- on all enmues and trams running do tbe somuern racuc muroaa. Tae fpnnc has so far advanced that VLtir.:: birds are already to be seen in tbe he...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 14 March 1885

Weekly Citizen. SATCKDA.Y mail u. ises The City Council will not meet ajjsiu till Thnoday the second of April. The Gwnd Lod. of tbe L O. 0. 1'. of Arisoor. will mt 10 ttis city on tho (Uh of next autith. Ttwwra doctor bare but little io io tfei fair weather. There i no healthier towa in t u- onotv than Tucson. Sheriff I'anl I ft for Nogalei yester day nturDiat; to tt warrants on par tial eugvted in lot jumping case. Twenty men are employed Mt Harbaw taking down the Ileriuofaa mill, prepara tory to shipping it 1 1 the Qitij t. lien, Perley l'oor will aeeept onr thanks (or a copy of the Corigtviisional Directory. It ie bandy for reference Thieve broke open a trunk at E. P. lVeraror resi.tenoean I lu-iped trveni -e!ve to ireario apparel of considerable value TheSfcUtaKita Mountains aie h a on- capped. Tim valley and me at their feet are completly eorered with nowem. Col. Carlton and Major Foryth left (ilia sbvijiun for Camp Grant to attend the sitting ot the com t martial at t jat plac...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 21 March 1885

ARIZONAWEEKLY CITIZEN Weekly Citizen. fgCiii2DPrjLiirs & PiMMiECt HtRBKKT HltOW.N, (ts&crnl Aumager. ",-Vctr. .M'nlti AUVcBTISINO RATES , ire. nm insertion.. . 3 01 . 200 . 1 'iS-.uariJi cadi suUMaentinsertion.... OFFICE : forncr rhnrch anil Pennington Sis, 225 i25 AF3HAK1STAN THE BATTLE 0 SOUND. Tje josibility ofaifir between Rus f.snl England cn Afghan eoil teems - "jable, though as was stated in these wis a few doys eincc, such n war ,-"'t be precipitated at once, nor can ,c Kussians throw iu a great army at j-are and sustain it there. Bat in w of the possibility of war, our read e-i may be interested in a short sketch ite battle ground. Heroditus men t. ;s fiio Afghans an early as the 11th ; ctary, when he reforod to them as a 531 t.ibe of pe-jple living in the same -,ix -t they now occupy, but they seem LTd ansimilnted and absorbed other '-. s? that irrounded them, and extend- fltu-r possessions from the Soliman artj.ns to other natural barriers on t. ct ani north. It w...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 21 March 1885

? Weekly Citizen. 3 SATURDAY. MAR. 21. 1885 OUR TRADE Willi MEXICO. of Chicr.RO The merchants of Chicr.R0 held a meeting not long since to dieensa the prospeots ol extending trade into Mexi co. Mr. Vargas was called t the chair who in the course of his remarks stated that recent rdvices were to the effect that the steps to awaken an interest in Mexican trade received the cordial ap proval of the Mexican administiation, and that the products of the United States were in demand in every ha-! cienda, town and city. The country was prospering under the administration of President Diaz, who had established an era of peace. The imports of Mexico now amount to about 40,000,000 iin nnally which will Eton bo increased to a much larger figure. The Mexican gov ernment is favoring trade with tho United States by establishing consulates in tho leading cities. The railroads con necting with El Paso have pet freights down very low, and the Mexican Cen tral railroad is also granting every fucil ity...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 21 March 1885

f EEKLY CITIZEN r Ttinl Cavnlry havo been onlorod -e. .tition m New Mexico. ", station m re now fully one hundred men the Bonanza mines nt Qui -..tin spnoc rums are upon tie r. irtMllu. iiuu uuicni a u - -- . -I . sav. "ram, neap Rood icr veg . ... Ilnnn ' ,ire in the city. Too Judge to rtwn to the anieiao case. . . 1...in drr nnrl ntliV.r trnmn ,1.. I' I ."WW. " ........ -....-a.. i . a- ncd Mr. J. Jameson of sit. -nsi (iupiwsed by gome to b are nueiy tne lemaio .sLeet. 3L Metcair, of Crittenden, It t the Eas-t pome time this week ...gte the of mining prop.rty ita Hitas. The best wishes for - ... . 1 1 Itim. , Dnnn of llarshnw has removed . . - 1 1 . t ' tuts eiiy, wim a view or T":joant; daughter attend the t Icifw s. They have taken up -:jenw on d.nvent 8lreet. - tbiTitntively Btated that tho ", ih will not sing in public con tae leadership of Mr. Pate . .-I one else, the report Given a : to the contrary notwith tu j-a that the Wardell five-stump :e 1 near tne oiu aniero mine. Lt...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 21 March 1885

WiEekly Citizen. SATURDAY MAR. 21. 1S85 BooSri"; promises to become popular on Warren's lake this season. Gold dust continues to find its tray into this city from Sonora in consider nulo qnrntities. The jnry in the case of Denham versus Tnlly, Ochoa k Co., gave a verdict in favor or the plaintiff for 823,000, and in terest from Oct. 10th, 18S3. There are well defined rumors to the effect that a new. and what bids fair to be a prosperous mining camp will short ly be opened within twenty miles of Tucson. Messrs. Babcock & McCann are work mc a mioin? claim in the vicinity of the nine mile water hole. They are bhippiug the extracted ore to Benson nnd netting fifteen dollars per ton. The soecial orders issued from ths Department of Arizona for 1S31 have been compiled and issned in pamphlet form. It embraces nil tho military ahauges ordered in Arizona for the past year. Mr. LL K. Brewer for the past Ecveral jr ears a resident of this city, has clostd his assay office on Congress stree...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 28 March 1885

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. J- TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MARCH 28 l$85. I 13 dpHlPnplI TrtiinU.l.. 11.. 1 n. I NO. 10 ftTXKLY CITIZEN li.neral Manager. tkbms : .. 175 irvt etisiso UA-. is: . rr-t insertion 225 '- , tl- subsequent insertion 125 OFFICE: .rfhurcli and Pennington SSs, Ta ... KrP YOUR JACKETS ON. - j FI1 enix press is not so bitter .t tie university project now mat -E--w Tncon does not caro a fig would jast as soon see it a wall along with other useless T : legislation. Pima, county j-c'ivcl vory shabby treatment from mty, and were our people "-'ser they might hold a grudge tiifiir neighbors who sought to 'w-ckse the county that haB paid tsxes into the Territorial Treasury " -tree fash counties ns their neigh- 3ti tfait river, and have 6ince L' settlements in that valley f u'ribated to the prosperity of - " .x ;xd Maricopa county. If the -.-.id Maricopa county wanted to f :s m the legiilature, why did , " t ' uttaek Yavapai, a county that 7'tn a? for f...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 28 March 1885

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY MAR. 2S. 1885 AGRICULTURAL LANDS. The Citizen is indebted to tbo Yuma Sentinel for the following very import ant nnd reliable information concerning lands in Southern Arizona nvailabl lor agricultural purposes. Wtnlo wo possess somo general knowledge of tbo nntural odrantiiges of tbc section al ludca to, so far as onr memory serves na tbere bas been very littlo exact information concerning it givon to tbc pnblic Irrigating canals bave brought under cultivation immense tracts of very rich land in the Salt and Gila valleys, an the Mohawk valley canal is another im portantJink ir the agricultural de&ti nies of Arizona that will mako the pres ent desert blossom as tbo rose: The Mohawk valley is a portion of tbo Gila river valley situated about 50 miles eastward from the town of Yuma. It stretches along tho north side of the river and is same thirty miles long, by an average width of three miles. On the opposite side c f the Gila the South era Pacific railroa...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 28 March 1885

If eklyTjitizen. " .-m,aveitel in TreBOolt nd .A..',,1m I ho. Cordis. Iro lite frosts iuterrxiFO there S ,, '.ler lante crcn ot fruits iu the j J,-..4 Jn-burds. S- c II Tnilcrbns been appointed maii-8t.'Ur of Immigration .. i rt ii..naiiioo. 'X s i.ifbury lus tone to Maricopa . n Urf pretimiusry work on tbo " " ,d from that pluce to l'tjeuix. rV his become of tbo tcbemo of tue water of the S.ntn Cruz "jdi mesa lauds eat ot tbe city ? "f tbo Congregational l- t T'' prepiriui to Rive one of J . " . ;,u!ar strawberry festivals r. S -".iraia Oranges aro in tho roarlet 1 " v M jsntiHes Many of tbe poorer 5 lisve become bitdly decayed in r . " "u 3 Httle assistance from tbe , , it is 'bat tbe railroad to . -b 'H oe D running order early iui' inciderhl)lcquantiieK is being 1 i f-.ui Tucson to the Puebl-i and , i'iiv hmeliers for reduction, nnd 15 nMt wns killed by liybtninc, t Tip-Top during h thunder -t i bur till a j evening, bays tbe iZrtte. p -lurbie tins purchased the in ,f lu-i partn...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 28 March 1885

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY! JIAK. 25. 1685 The vrann weather is spoilmR the wood trade. Faa3enger travel is very light oa the railroad. The Cosmopolitan Hotel will bo cl(ed on tho 25th inst Y. W. Hay ward is said to bo sticking typo oa Fort Worth newspaper. No depresaiDtr effects from Eed Star Congh Cure, -no nausea; no reaction; no constipation. A raexican balio on Meyer street last night drew together & graat crotvd of eight-seers us well as merry makers. Some people complain of the quality of mUk being bronght to them jnst now. Thoy say that it has a weedy twang to it. AIV T T. Qi;in n;irrnoB nf TTtlciisnn jk. ....... rt w & Co., declared another dividend of 10 per cent to tho creditors ot that ueiunci hrm. M If f!nnn has retnrned from lil Paso. He says Tucson is still good euough for him, and he intends to stay uere. The bulk o! stage travel from here now goes to XogaUs. One day last veek sixteen passengers were booked for that point. Rrimp of nnr stock men in Pima conntv ...

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. — 4 April 1885

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL XV r77rr -V riTT'T'71?XT " : I. IV J A A IZJL . AHUU SHALT NOT TREAT TUOSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY APRIL 4 litfi NO. II c'" ilLKBEKT HHOW.N. J aeral Manager. tuivs : t. 15 gl a; veutisino katks: -t inortiun.. !2T . !. ..abseqiicnt insertion 12S OFFICE: fiirnfr rlmrch and Pennington Sts. - A POLYGAMY DECISION. - n-aie Court of the United rendered its decision in the , , ;ve cases known as the poly K 5, brought by certain Mor " T'a1 t0 test tue validity of the '".J Act of March 22, 1SS2, and tiception of Justice Field, who ' frora parts of the opinioD, the 'u f " -v mstained br the Court t applied by the board of rers appointed under the Ed " Avt w declared illegal, how- ' L'TirJ having exceeded ite -,. the nihtter. The test oath . rtltue applicant for registration t. ;f u inaD), that he is not a . jt i r biganiibt, and does not - ai'it with more than one wo aarriige relation; or (if a T 'Lit she h not the wife of a iinJ has not entered i...

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. — 4 April 1885

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, Al'KIL 4. 18f5 The first faint ray of the new light of prosperity for Tucson is seen in the n-w railroad project noteil clt-cwhere. The basinets-like tnanuer it hidh the sub ject is handled by the parties interested convey the iniprest-iou that this can hardly bennotber paper railroad febeme The very fact that the aid nuked from Pima county is not to be paid until the road is completed, is argument 1 it favor of their Rood faith. It may be charged by some people that it is a sort of reck less extravagance to increase this contity indebtedness to t-nch t-xteut as may be necessary to aid this road.but the fact that the assessable property of the railroad company itt-clf will yield sufficient rev enue in taxas to not only meet the inter est on the bonds, bat provido an ample 6iukiogfuud for their eventual payment, is argument in favor of extending the aid. To this may be added the increase in property values and the natural growth ot both city and county, whic...

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. — 4 April 1885

TKRTAr CITIZEN. .,Mi.e, merchants note a general lm- "nt in trade. ' r. ff t; cr is being conrtriioled jd ,... fllft bniUinR. i ra.n 18 ueeJ'11 111:11:0 19 ft "tt H l'nnw has returned from Lis , l's vacation to Oakland, Cal. 't i atita Cii'Hliua explorer has evi- "i:rfowr J a saltpetre cave. p-Hn" r,?,ni'e ' iu tu,s mnre' , !; '.o Id cent p.r pound, n. f . u-umnti Las pwii! g a new and , ..,',.i.n to the breeze in front of hU f! re- i -a i'f l'henix merchants are pur . wheat for hlipmbnt to New . t.t i . Ji seilsiuio uuu umci imj&iuk m. White has opened a school with vtD feature', n Camp street. . v .1 b aided, lor tQe pre en, by Sir V Evuus. , s-e-ovich snvs lie lias strucK a ","'3, tct he ifl reticent as to ite ' ier IVrbape he wauta to perpe . . a l-v ur&t ' P"' Jke. n e temperature of to day was an ap ijut, ,n of the aumuier weath r in '"Jute!-. It makes one consider 5 p .-:t'lit of redeemiuR bis linen ar. - . Etc'rio Licht Company have -"rJ tLeins-elves o the beuelite o...

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. — 4 April 1885

3 WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY, AP1UL 4. 18S5 The painters are putting ft coat of. j paint on the dome of the Court House. Good board can be bml by the dny, week or month nt No. 9 Alameda street. Judce P. R Brady's fino span of bays were decked out in a uew and stylish set ot harness to-dny. A Dew restaurant is being put into proper shape at the corner of Mefeillti street and Church plaza. Sheriff Paul vent to Calabasos yester day and will arrive hero this eveniuR with Bob Harrison m charge. Judge W. J. Osliorn has been selected by Assei-siir H. S. Stoveun as doputy for Tucson and adjacent country. The Board of Supervisors will hold their riwular quarterly meeting one week from next Mon lay, April 4th. The Clmter Oak stove is regarded as withou: a peer m the world. Pierce Ford is the sore agent in this city. tf. The Rpcnid t-ays: Jack Couley, a former well kn"wn Arizona priut, i- nuff one of Uncle Sum's 'bos in blue," and is htationed at tort .bliss, Texus. Prince Brothers are construct...

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. — 11 April 1885

WEEKLY ARIZONA CITIZEN. VOL W -J ' TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY APRIL II I8s5. NO. 12 llfc'KBKltT HHOW.N, (i.T.orHl Alanager. TkKMS : wfeivLY Citizen. oid,ratesottwoearaBKmandoa ' 1 nnd some of our merchants nre even con- siderintr the advisability of moving in- ti o n vr i.- n to othor antl Probably less elitrible . - n Dmnimrf P. Dnhlifhinrr fin , . viiium ff lUiAUll rnilUU" a lUUUiUlUS lU. ! 4ners uecnuse exceivo rents are ex. I o-icu. XL la uuin TO fit TAP nf . - ilUt IUiU justice that the property owners should bear a portion ef the burden ol the dull 4-1 reuuco rents to a reasonable Daiis. rhe tenant is generally one who earns his bread by toil, and his wbrcs are always curtailed when business is also. Uishouseholl expenses oannot ua reduced greatly and tb only ohauoe for economy lies in a reduction of his rent. And it is a mistake, a Kreat mis take, in a property owner to allow u good tenant to leave because of a sli-ht difference in the value of the roof ...

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. — 11 April 1885

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, - APKIL 11, 1S?5 Col. BoroiKoT, the celebrated Chero- otcc, who ia probably ns well posted in regurd to territorial affaire, especially those ot the Indian Territory, as any mail living, Bays of Okluhoma: "While I have not encouraged the various raids made by 1'Ayiit) and others, I believe that SQuator Plumb is rifrht when he Bays that those lands ot Okla homa belong to the government exclua ively. I will sny th much about them. They were bought of the Creeks and Bemiuolea in 1S3G for the purpose of Bettlinp other Indians on them. That was understood in the transaction be tween the government nud Creeks. The delegations trom several states took strong grounds ncaiuet the loeution of env more wild tribes thore and a law was enacted forbidding it. Everybody knows that Congress will never rein-al this and settle more Indians in tue ler ritory. This leaves the Oklahoma lands on the hands of the government. Xow, I claim that the government onght to do one of two...

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. — 11 April 1885

WEEKLY CITIZEN. n-l,, is Tooker is registered nt the il .loir.il, the piano man, arrived i Titm Phouix. ' r j i st Grand Ladce 1. 0. O. F. will , I :n roinbstotie. r ioffibstoac Hocord reports Copt. 11 S. araans ns quite ill. T. IStclioll is constructing a. .ill waon for the Arctic Ice com- ,t jnv ico oi iresu groceries, em.' t- r thiu thnt eau be asked L. Z.-ckendorf fe Co. - - W (.'. Olds of Enc, l'a., has taken - , ci tin' machine depot anil waro- , Noble & Hall, in this city. -kss will prevail to-uii;ht. aud - Thine ijnestion will be, "Where 5 ; -is wlieu the light went out. . 1'itztrernld to-day apiioiuted 11 1. Ferguson U. S. Court Com- i-. vice F. . Greet, resigued. t lVcott Courier 6ays: A great s . j uicer miners report p.'eoty of gold . - -nit of their labors in the gravel 1st instant copper was quoted w lorK at iu';yiu.', per pound, Arizona Pioneers. Ham. or Tnn Societt of Aihzon-a ) xooce.y met ,n regular monthly rncehag ; at ,30 p. m Pres;dent stoToB iu i liu uunir....

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. — 11 April 1885

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, - APRIL 11, 18K Stago travel is tmnsaallj- brisk in nil directions. The doctors don't seem to be over worked just now. Billy lleid disponses tbo matutinal cocktail at the Seotin bar. Dr. J. T. Bncbtol Ins pone to Sonora to take a position in ndrnc htqro. Chaa.A. Sbibell and W. 3. Osborn nre tbo deputies o Assessor Stevens. Tbere is scarcely n doubt that yollow fever has made its 3ppearance at Iler mosillo. Rev. G. H. Adams has returned after n lengthy visit to the northern counties ot the Territory. 'Young apricots, about tbo size ot wal nuts are plentiful upon tbo trees along the Santa Cruz. Tbe now county Court is at work in Cochise county, -with Wobiter Street as Judge and A. O. Wallace, clerk. Tbo Courier enys tbe borso thrive bave recently stolen twenty bond of borses from tbo Hambug district in Yavapai County. It is stated that tbe Arivaca mill will shortly start up on custom ores, under tbe management of l'rof. A. W. Uu tbank und J. A. AVbitmore. Leo...

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. — 18 April 1885

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. Weekly Citizen. ir l- .nzea Priatins: & PoljiisMog Co HftKShKT HlifjWA. Cdterttl Manager. twkxs : 5 Oft ...Ids . .... 1 Ai-vHTiM.so kates: . nrst insertion............. , ett'h subsenuent insertion. 225 125 OFFICE : Corner Church awl Pennington Sts. CLOUD D TITLES. The greatest misfortune that bus ever .ll-euL J to the fair land of Arizona, it . itr-'uli possibly occur under uny cir- ounces, is encountered in the ninny mid forced Mexican grants tbttt t.i i gut ut a time when the Droper- . vi.- d by them bus become valuable. . .itr ?L- treaty with Mexico al the t na was purehused from that : the title conveyed by ull pre- a rauts ol land were to be respect- t United States, aud where the sr. ' f title has been carefully and :-.t!u 1 preserved, but little difficulty t tj experienced in becuriug tue it"es"r confirmation by O ogress. ltti- at years mduy suspicious doc jtllow with the decay of lime, .jve be- u biougbt forth from tho mys.--n-'U5 soinewhtre, by ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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