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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 18 April 1885

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, - r- AP1UL 18.18P5 The nnited energies of a number of ndividuais directed to tbe accomplisli meat of a given purpose possees a power that cau be successfully resisted only by a similarly constituted opposi tion. It is by this onion or association ot capital that great enterprises are carried on, and, in fact, the fundamental principles of even the government of great nations is bnt a magnified applica tion ot this concentration of human sen timent, energy and loyalty. From enterprises ot the greatest magnitude to the leseer schemes, that are beyond the capacity of the single individual, the strength of nnited effort is manifest. A modest example of this principle is seen in tbe work of the cattle men, whoso association will meet in this city this week. It was found that individual stock owners were at the mercy of the thieves and robbers who then infested the country, and the herds were the subject ot all sorts of unlawful levies. Tbo idea ot a local organi...

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. — 18 April 1885

WEEKLY CITIZEN. v. will the new scbool houso bo CV. 't - i-' 1 c i ,v"s bbowor refreshed .,..el the air to , 'a--,, vark'ty of now job typo , ta ordered for tlia CmzK aeerti will have n Ray time on n'U'ruoon. Iho earth an ugrrceablo de has job I . I T H el l . ft- L ' L f . tv oilers in "even different ,. s distinguishable in the desert k i '.r no he the appropriate thine f.i military plaza with StKiuit-h sculorf A- Co. have just receiv . i;ni of the lutest styles in genta .i. lie hanman who becomes fa .;h the paenoraena of suspended - Ji f i. irnw GauK3 railroad directors in mutters of interest to laiay- wa st mulated and refreshed i n.'f vic.ition of Juried Meyer : tue lulls oi Anvacn. 0 I:iba-a5, Tucson fc Nbrthwest- - iuJ company nro negotiating it grounds in tins city. r Antonio Jouvenceau has gone I '.joieca dnd may possibly re- i m chitrge of a church. m truing paper speaks oi a mau r.., i irorn from his baccy, alight i n;s hed, and eprainini; his .1- - lart'e assoilment of b...

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 April 1885

Weekly citizen. SATDUDAY, APRIL 18, 1885 shoe call at L. HARSHATT XOTES. For a fine low-cut Zeckendorf & Co. Mr. and Mrs. Gregory liavo engaged Mrs. Livingston to teach elocution at their academy. Mr. D. D. Hall has returned from a lonthr rpi.5incj at Norales and will reside iu Tucson indefinitely. Vn-.ir carloads of excursionists will pass through Tucson from the eatt in a j few days, j-oing to California. I Carlos 1L Tully now has his office on Mesilla street in the rooms formerly oc cupied by the late D. Velasco. Messrs'. H. W. Fisk and J. F. Patton, of Globe, arrived last night. Mr. Jmsk will Bhortly gi to Sonora to accept n position in n mine. For a good farm wagon go to L. Zeck endorl k Co. nnd got one of tiiueo cele brated Fish Bro.s' wagons, which they are closiug ont at very low price. A c pell of quite warm weather eccms to have set in, and during the middle of the day the heat is nomewhut uncom fortable excepting a person remains in the shade. Joe Sresovich to-day mov...

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. — 25 April 1885

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. 1L XA TUOSOX, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY APRIL 25 1885. S0. 1 1 iiizifl Friutins & PdMsWds Co HJlKUEHT HKOWN. iiiieral luuiager. TEEMS : , - xr tW . "I'TUa 175 ADrtnnsixo bates: . .rv. first insertion 225 .. j ire, each sabsKHiuont insertion 125 OFFICE : Corner Clmrch and Pennington Sts. jr Andersonville prison pen Tvaa v;r rL.vTons reap n richer harvest ; j.. .Le farmers when wheat ia up. 4. i. u.oe amount of eastern capital U ... t. wards investment in Arizona. Tin wh le country rojoioes at the news t ,t O. u-ral Grant still has a prospect . nc vory. Cu.' i"0 ia a big city. It can boast of ;.. store, bivr mills, bijj packing -S bixj lake, hip feet and big e)ec- , c rui Asrr 18,000.000 worth of corsets 7cK J in tbo United Stntes last year 3 j, ' s me people cannot ncconnt for J.;tut tmies. l'm a common and unknown planet i.t j w v.ry i.mbitious, when any im-f,.:tj-! lucasare is before the coinxnun ,t, 1 onie a 'fixed' Star. Ar .rr of touris...

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. — 25 April 1885

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1885. Sunday excursion train to (lie Santa Gatahnai will be a local feature ot the eummer ot 1SSG. A gekeiuij war in tbe east would create a demand for beef that the Btonk- men of Arizoun would appreciate. With Hon. Pat limuU -n as Secretary of Arizonn, the Star's oup of hfllictioo will bo overflowing. It would bo a tborn in its ride wbile ull others could only discern tbe rose. Sabino Canyon is becoming quite popular pliice for picnics, tbe ouly ob jection beim? its distance. One bas to begin tbe trip ot an early hour in order to reach town tin in in the evening. Hox. Hiram S cTtYo;s presents Borne very tdrong reat-ots in tupport of bis position on tbe Cilnbasas railroad que tion. Air. Mevcns has pre? ented R busi nes s man's view of tbe matter and hit- communication affords a basis for a cal culntioa that will result favorable to tbe County. Pbesidext Cleveland jb t-hrewd. Hi is making it popular administration retaining tbe Republican oflice bo...

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. — 25 April 1885

WEEJtfft Citizen, McDersuott went to BeoBon ' j e w?-t boan J train ivaa three bouie j. II GooJwin, of Nogalee, bna j t t ' City lor several uaj a. "V - Uilli 'iu now runs tbo mlit , l in the Wnito ElcubhUt. lament of Mexican hnm- -i itveived by b, Zecst'udorf Jfc x, - T . r. SntH'rinteutlout of tho S. I lVL xtcr ciinie up from Wil t r.i J and reiurued home this ntlent 'ucitic -7 J 'M-Kusick, late emperiufc r vr.i uiait cervico for tho I i .a the city. ... -vfivni rorter's Hotel went ort . Sy o Cifin i-etiterday and ' " e -3.-1 strong probsbihty that the . cvi,er smelter will be soon 1 ' ! on custom ores. ( - Overseer J. McC. Elliott has rhtj Comobabi hills, on the - 'i roid to repair tho bad places. - Iicon TypoKriphical Union Ya a Ui: b few ds bro, and re- ''jtJ a arreader its charter and di- - C .1 r 3-as punch, with Tucson bit- )rli western sucfe, is the "r ...-u.il diint, and can only be j t .- s.vtia. -C Manufacturing Company of j u viun failed, the (kjohIo will . ; j.,)tu-l u...

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. — 25 April 1885

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY, - - ATOLL 25, 18S5. The Pioneers never do things by halves. Ollas nro ripo and are bcinpr brought in by the Pupagos in large numbers, Major F. 51. Coxe, Paymaster T7. S. A., has removed hb offieo from Stone nve . nue to 122 Camp street. The finest assortment of new styles of job type in the Territory will be received at the Citizen job rooms in u few days Chaplain J. A. Potter, U. S. Army, having reported to Department Head quarters is assigned to Fort Lowell for duty. J.H. Shotwell, of Logan, is now in this city and will leave for San Fran cisco next week, to bo absont forseveral monts. Koad Overseer J. 5IcC. Elliott has re paired the Qoijotoa road throngh the rough cafion in llobles' pas?, eix miles from tho city. , In the appeal from the Probate Court, the Distriot Court dismissed the L'erger case, upon tho ground that tho Probata Court had no jurisdiction. The Gazette Bays tho new ice com pany will supply rhemx with ice tho latter part of this week nnd ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 2 May 1885

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN TUCSON. PDLA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MAY 2 1885. .'.-nTT Tr I ITHlTfI.lM I iTH Tlnnrfl,1iin.l. . ... I , NO. 15 A- Sar 6ayB the water tronblea on tfssia Cruz nro occasioned by tbo t ri.riUK been "damned." Not so rv.r is blessed by all the settlers. Sar only shows its democratic i lo water in any form. t- C unmissionor of Agriculture, v -r.n J. Coleman, bus addressed "r letter to tbo stockmen of tho , - Texas counties infected with r disease, asking epecifio informa- . . -en the subject, with a view to - sice modification of the quaran . -1 rca'rictiona to their export Denver Tribune publishes . " 1 SJ. 1 1 T " . X 1 i 'y wuica ii caws u uittgrum 01 iuv .t.'i ia Afghanistan. If it np- -is reality in tho slightest degree, '-1 1. isw covets such a plague-stricken 3 j -t enough to sacrifice thousands of " - - 3-1 lashels of money, in our opm- " f i 3 is qnito right in trying to .'j.ae little sense into tho Russian Ti-3were several fools i recent weddin...

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

Weekly citizen. SATUKDAY, - AM ARIZONA JUDGE. "To Arizona ia a for cry. TliBt Terri er Y 18?5 ' 0 BaB "rush, a'kali, silver mines 1 "" - j and wild Indians rarely affords theEast- The Lono Star of El Tsso is booming Murat Masterson for Governor of New Mexico. Well, there aro worse aspirants for that position than Mr. Masterson, possibly. St. Locis capitalists have made ap plication for statistics concerning Pres cotl and its vicinity, with n view to avail themselves of tho railroad subsidy for building a road from the Atlantic fc Pa cifio to Prcscolt. The Adamlesa Eden tronpe no sooner arranged to visit Tucson than tho editor of the Star left for an indefinite visit to Washington. This can bo taken as an evidenco of the scarcity of money or as a precautionary meaiure by bis managers It is whispered that money will be used to influence tho purchasable vote against tho Calabasas railroad subsidy. It will indeed be a strange sight to see a man barter away an endless future of prosperit...

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

YfnEKLY Citizen. - i-.liana are reported on n raid j-ToI lVmtne, in New Mexico. I -t-M.r was born last vreck to tho vcr tlits-J- Wimple, now ot Owosso -v, mvnad ot tinklim; bells on .s freight teams mnke liveb' musio g-hilw streets. , vcuuk eucalyptus trees in tbo r .-".c Jv well. v- ntv-five new and stylish fonts or "j navo utuu ictcncu ui uiu -r . ,.-m iiroenect of buildintr tbo 'sbcsi.s railroad is cansinK a porccp- I.-"' .-..-1 lmcindao nirloa The Yavapai stockmen's n?Eociation " i? "v members, wbile 5S1 caklfc " torse brands bave been recorded"' v Millard's carrj'alls are tbo most f rtablo vebioles of tbo kind in " - t j ride, ever brongbt into Arizona. j- ? tspbts aro remarkably cool for ' s t!ce of tbe year. A pair of blankets TV"ctsary for comfort even in Tuc- -T-n-,bitone Odd Follows paves ci 51. nday night in commemoration j j" .h anniversary of Odd Fellow- Zl:. Wltttahas been commis- -11 1 Governor Tritlo as inspector "till "for tba southeastern district ot Ar p..-aat fba...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 2 May 1885

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1S5, Freif-uters get only sixty-five cants per. hundred for freight from Tucson to .Logan. Conrtvl Muudelius has been iilaniiug nlfnlfa. snnds and other luxuries on his ranch near Silver Lake. Tho brideo over the Santa Ornz at Silvor Lake h&s received a coat of paint for protection against tho -vvoatiur. A teamster from Quijotoa reports a dozen disabled wagons strewn along tho road betweu Tuosoa and tho bonanza camp. .T(i. A. ZilirisVif. TT S. DiaJrl Attor ney, lias not improveu in neann since arriving at tho Hot Springs of Grant . couniy, xscw Mexico. 7 Yclls. Farzo A- Cj. Iiavo paul over t-SG.000 to Kales Sr Lewis on ociount of jtlie Vulture .Mining Co., for the lost bur of bullion. --Phenix Herald. Everything about tho railroad seems to bo affected by tlie prevailing tlullness in all aveaues f trade, and very littlo is transpiring of intercut to tsto public. The late H. aI. Ellsworth was a mem ber of the Ancivnt Order of United Workmen, 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. — 9 May 1885

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. vol iv TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY", ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MAY 9 1885. NO. 1G Weekly Citizen. Ks Citizen PriotiD2 & PnMisMiE Co HfcT.BEKT BKOWJi, General Maiiagvr. TxEMS : iyrYfr . f5 On six Jl Tt SOU Muntn. l ;s ADV.BTISl.tO uatcj: rw-.s, iare. first insertion 2 oare, each subsequent insertion 125 OFFICE : Corner Church sa I Pennington Sts. C eseb loungers ure exceedingly iWuit over the announcement that iiirt drapery is much higher than last The altitude of Turkey in the present c j'.ications is tbat of an intensely in terested but neutral lL-tener Etraining 'j catch the firot intimation of 1 hanka- As exchange publishes several verses c gash entitled "The Lay ot the Doc tjr." rho undertaker usually tpsc I 'leit "lay J" Butf&it in Arizona the Doctors are not layers in the strict .-3e; but they are good setters ot L-oten bones. The good reputation of Arizona as a tesithfal climate for invalids is extend. zi tteadily throughout the eastern States. Many ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 9 May 1885

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATTJBDAY, - MAY 9, 18P5. President Cleveland eeema to bo the white elephant of tho Democratic, party. Great Bbitaix and Bnsia may now mooth down their ruflled feuthers and go on with their scratching for prub-iroimB. Cubistine Nillson willing in Paris for the benefit of charity. Christine t hows genuine human instincts in giving only wind to charity. If the Democrats had postponed thei presidential ratification salutes for six months they would havo eared avast quantity of excellent powder. The Chicaco Inter-Oceau is offering weighing scales cs premiums to sub scribers. It probably believes that where there's a will there's a weigh. Cleveland wants Oinna to got even 'with the Pacific coast for tho opposition to Chinese immigration, and will Eend a California man cs Minister to China A careful study of the map of Af ghanistan convinces one that the Bub ians are the only people in tho world qualified to wrestle with its geographical names. Mast of tho newly appointed ...

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. — 9 May 1885

r WeftvLY Citizen. I "r,v joa W. Haskins Is organizing fC, j -si cbnrch in l'henix. t3 1-Ii' ami Hiss Ida Uuben vero V il i'hoaix latt Sauday. ST t wes botu. on Tuesday, May 5th. . i.e uf Hurry Brook, a eon. L Headquarters kocjis iiv-cold beer j jfht ami me niiesi nquora neu ; - n the cuy. i - l., ... 'a 1 "Vlu wm uuvu it tminj;i mm -i on Cbnrch plhza, back or l.toiu's cigar store. losler of troops Eerving in li.i at of Arizona has beeu ra- I s:.ve8 the statiens of troci - virgin the Territory and lists i .r-serving in tuc juepnrrment. s L t'.'e Daisy is the lighteet-run- the streets, and a piu about, .ad tub ilyefK is a luxury in sof suosmer lemicrature. Tiu ,.-, iibti its headquarter on . z:i. - ,iZ'uh i.urus nas taken chargo '.-.uKuio testnurant, near tut i vi . hnd luted up the place - - MtJ style, hhe frets ouo of $ tables iu the city and will com jf vry large patronage. I. making out of Iho war bo- e "lesicans and tho Yaquis the !;.I menilsors ot the tribe em . .a the mines an...

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. — 9 May 1885

Weekly, citizen. SATURDAY, MAY 9. 18?5. News items are muchly ecarce. , i'noeon is the beat ehovr tovrn in Ari zone. The Calabasas railroad is certain to be built. Mr. Louie Tully came in from Nogales last evoniu?. There arc but few idle miners in Tuc son at present E. O. Kennedy has been appointed postmaster at uioue. In case of the death of Gladstono the editor of the Star would, in all proba bilitv, become premier. To be shot the man vho looks like ho had lost his fifth wife and is heard complaining of hard times. Negley Post, G. A. it, of tins city, is makinc extensive preparations for the observance of Memorial Day. Mr. H. Schoonberg, commercial trar eler for the firm of Esberc, Bachman & Co., of San irancisco, is in town. Mr. A. E. Fay, editor of tho Flagstaff Champion, feels secure in the appoint- xnent ol timber agent lor Arizona. xnc people of this city are unques tionably in favor of voting bonds for the building of the Calabasns railroad. mere is no city in Arizona, 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. — 16 May 1885

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. 4 t VOL : in Mu l Pacini Co lJ HKKBKKT UltOYTO. Ucnend Mauager. tvujis : Of m . Jlis zrizrr r z auvlbtisisu bates: , ...... litt iBsertion.. v S ineachi'abseiin?atinsortion..... 45 00 . 200 . 1 221 ITS OFFICE : (ornir Cliorch aail Pennington Sts. Irrt-liy looks as though it will bo t Logan for another term of 6ix 2z Calabasas, Tncsoa t Norlhwea 3 r 'r'aJ is to ba a broad gauge r J a yard wide. ltry mountain tops will throw up r w caps and shout for joy when ..bis-iS railroad receives the en (j :eut proposed to be given by I-1 Star will keep quiet and not ad I.. ' measure, the voters of l'inia ' give na almost unanimous -.!.nt for county aid to the Cala r. .Iroad. l.'-Iti? Star Spbyax has opeaid i. -tii oa the Calabasas ruilroad . t , L it it speuks with a very Lad f- . A ft.w golden cachoas would . . n. aromatic odor. Iar editor acknowledges that l-- waa well informed informed - is ii-nt of ths numbor of billets z. - -' ived by the owner of P. O. i ' , Star's...

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. — 16 May 1885

WEEKLY CITIZEN' fisSKr.wTIaBOsrn3s to his paper, TnEREisecarcelya doabt that the ino ouiBviue courier-Journal, a long ; proposition for aid to tho Galabasae,! SATURDAY, - . MAY 1C. 18S?5 ond lowinK dispatch declaring that bo j Tucson k Northwestern railroad will be ouhDucu wiui u.eveiand. un me . carried br n rrr inr -mainf. : t: Chicago is the only citv in the world j h,eeli r, Boyd Winchester's county. nnQ '-"""b1- iium ite 10 owuzerianu, wuicu cunnge from $1,500 a year to T I 1 J ft U lDLElJlliirfl that can have a flro covering acre3 brag about it. Ik Australia tho title to real estato never passes directly from one person to another. It first reverta to the govern ment from tho seller, and thi buyer is given title from tho original Eourco of all titles, and long transcripts of con veyances are mus avoiueu. mere are many good features in this arrange ment. If tho Star's feverish imagination in not coon allayed by some sedative prep aration, it will leave its readers in doubt us 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. — 16 May 1885

Weekly Citizen. i-,! Dnrnnd is in from tho Salcro, harpy oc" contented: 1 r Kfvaiert bas solil his store at Sl-V.in.ottt mine to Douglass Snyder, jlins mys of tho electric light 1 . itc darkness lizlit oetoro the i. -.;.n, aud crooked patha straight - t, Citizen is rapidly recaininp its Position as tho leading paper of " h It is a clean, honorable, con urnHl. nnd tho Herald wishes j.?. l'heuix Herald. i L m, the cntterof Mr. Ferrin, i.ttmplated leaviuj; Tucson on ' t of bis health, has concluded to can always bo found at Air. establishment on Congress :, rt Couners, whoso injuries to 5 jt received two or three months '. , stated the amputation of all . will leave the hospital to-mor i co tc Los Angeles, where his r-.Je. - - o M. Ivalhar, railroad agent at .., who was made a Knight Tern - Arizona Commuudery No. 1, has secured a leave of nb- J : m weeks, a portion of which will spend in western Wisconsin, L.lroSsC . . - Albert Herman Eysclee, tho .- ; .lisorial artist who gives a , sp...

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. — 16 May 1885

Weekly Citizen. SATUltDAY, MAY 16,lre A now awning is bein erected in front ot tbs Sootic The intent sea of Geo. H. Steven! died in Solotnonrille, Graham county, on iloy 1st. Henry Knpkey, a pioneer settler at Fort TLuoms, was mamed on April 25tlj, to Mrs. S. J. Dodd, ot Chicago. The W. C. T. U. will meet next Tues dsv at 2:30 at the residence of 0. Atlsme. A toll attendance is requested. Ttiere is nothing new undrr the sun in the fnrnstorr line that canT.ot be dapi ostod at Leo OoldscUmidt's wonderful fctorc. Abe Henderson, of sua Francisco, has tirnved m Tucson ana cas uaen a posi tion in the batik of Lis brother, D. Hen derson. N Major Frank Hereford will leave on noxt Friday tor meson, wuere ne m- teade to locate permanently. The Ma in' many friends in Frcsoott will great ly ret;ret to lose his gejial presence. aliaer. A free lanch is kopt spread at all boMraaiTho Headquarters. Joe koeps overy thin that is fcuoil and dispenees Ins liquids in the :;)': JiospitaMe man lier. The ll...

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. — 23 May 1885

ARIZONA TTa YV WlJ ' WEEKLY CITIZ EN WEEKLY CITIZEN. rift & Pfllipaj Co. HtBUEHT HHOWN, Uencral Manager. tibms: tPVRTJSIa iutes: $5 CO . 2 Uf 1 .5 tret inKrUun SS each fnbscquent insertion 1 S3 OFFICE : ftirner Church and Pennington Sts. RAILSOAD. ; roarers of the beBt portion! of jjjtj, is checked for want of railroad i- tne The road ws most need Bbonld fx from rome point on the Atlantic i p Za railroad, north of Prescott, . j wii through tno valleys to inis :1 m to Phenir, Florence, Tuc- TwDlstono and other places. A .;t-i8 would run xnrongii me r--s fjrests of the north, cross 55T i .ams, pierce me mountains m -ii are countless mines, tap the grain, J-etit-e, fruit and nlfaUa sections to .stli an&give us an outlet to the ipSoacra. Then would come travel, ;seis dealings, development, Terri ktJ gc:l feeling, full-fledged prosper t tzl .nlepeudence. A varied cli aa3 resources would then make of iriu an empire within an empire," 'rtere is scarcely anything under the tist cann...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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