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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 23 May 1885

5 ) WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY May 23, 18S5 AT QETTTSBDEO. The telegraph a few days ogo cave a meagre item in regard to the visit of President Cleveland to the battlefield ot Gettysburg, tbe point where the tide of victory saved oar blessed country from being torn asunder and relegated to an inglorions grave. A correspondent ot the Cincinnati Commercial, who was on tho field, has graphically described the sensationB there produced by one whom a reunited and restored country haw clothed with an honor above which the ambition of man cannot reach. This correspondent 6ays: "It is hard and uphill work for tho papers who desire to see nothing but greatness and glory m the now Presi dent to write flatteringly about his first appearance in public yesterday and the impression made by him. None of them can avoid the knowledge that, except in name, it would have been just as satis factory to take along a wooden man. In his conduct toward the people, tho plain truth is that he is ungracious, and ...

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. — 23 May 1885

I r I ' - ... WEEKLY CITIZEN. Peo. F- Meek 1188 K006 t0 9r,es to r- the United amies biqo 01 .ine iron Mrs Cameron H. King left for Tomb . nti'day. where ber husband is at- i Moss, of the firm of Mops k nr-s-VJ, Qaijotoa, is ia the city and i r sain for a few days. Tbi Congregational society will give a i jniidht picnic next Monday or Tu.es- r f rerng, probauiy at me rare. t , rhenix Herald says Judge Pinney i f-i-ailv will soon leave for the east to the summer. lie 15 ard of Commissioners of the lwam for the Insane are in session at T a county board of examiners will - ne applicants for ltcenso to teaah , ou Monday. June 1st, Bt 10 " , k ... m. m the district court room. ? proclamation of the Governor, 'g rerritorial reward for the ap- ' vision ot tue murderers oi cjlat . ..Ef ,,t Harshaw, is published in to- , g Citizen. . - . ,rJ Tornvy. a brother ot Peter ".a? of theFashiou Restaurant, has ., Li la Tucson Irom ew Jersej.and - - bablv spend tne summer Here. jl Wilcx Stockman is n...

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. — 23 May 1885

Weekly citizen. BATUKDAT Mot 23. 1SS5 The City C uacil at Phei is have elect ed C. L. Jloehcr as ci;y recorder. The Miner says Govoruor Tritle fans enfferei a relapse and is nijain confined to his bed. The Grand Army of the Bepublio committee is abroad demanding decora tire dollars. Jndtjo DeForest Porter and H. B Lighihizer have dissolved their law partnership, ia Pheaix. The Tomb'tone officers are laying for the parties who sell whiskey to the In dians. Court RjDorter W. II. "Wescoatt has gone to Tombstone to attend the session of the District Court. County Clerk W. B. Horton has re turned from iiarauaw looting wen, handsome and happy. Thn ueit roeular session of the Dis trict Court for Pima county will open in September four months hence. The electric liftht machinery is now npin iu good running order and the liht has recovered irom its spasms. The Phenix newspapers give an elab orate acconut of the wedding of Tom Davis aud Miss Mclntyre. If raising rank weeds were a profita ble ...

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. — 30 May 1885

ARIZONlTWEEKLY CITIZEK VOL XV Weekly Citizen. r Citusa riat.112 & Paljlishias: Co. JIKRBEKT HHOVTN, Menem Aiuuagiu-. . r -- ..i a.'-..:!- TXRMS : S 00 SUI r -, Jl.-atus . . i 75 il'VlKTlSIMO bates: i , ure. r mswuon.... ............. J03 N ,Bre,twchHubtHiuont insertion..... 125 OFFICE: Corner Chnrcii and Pennington Sts. V bring on yonr Reduction Workf, Tseke were no brakes on the railroad ,aei)ce Friday night. Tas nose of the subsidy was scarcely .n :a the vote to-day. It went all to ,ir. Is tractice, "offensive partisanship Senas that some other fellow is hungry frr the iiaee. ia'.k ..bout climatic advantages! Why XnZ'Ws greatest boast and blessing :i ber prodigal sun. as Dieuo has a species of bugs thnt explosive. They aro entomological ,aas::ttw, perhnps. InZ Frescott Courier favors the ex tfrsr.nation of the renegade Chirica--ittf. This should bo the position of .very newspaper in Arizona. Tu:s seems to be a season of human rbuience and dissensions. The little relations and ...

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. — 30 May 1885

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY May 30,! 1SS5 The Chicago1, Inter-Ocean places Ari zona in Mississippi, in one :ot its.nr- ticlea.v. Wdat protittli it k soldier though Le receive thirteen dollars per month for thods did yei rs if In i-ealplock fiually .dangles Irom Grounnc-'a belt? At the meeting of the bishops of the Methodist cturch, held at St. Louis last week, ths conference for Arizon waa desigihated to tube place nt Tucson on September 17th, 1SS5, under tho di rechoQ of Bhbop Fowler. Tnn Vilas siuner bus begun the -work of -waolesalo removals of postmasters, and yesterday was Virginia day at his office. Eighty-eight oflicial heads fell "under tho guise of "offensive partisan ship, and the happy Democrats danced for joy, for their reward was indeed great. Captain Smith has had a fight with the Apache6 a real fight in the Mo gollon mountains. There must bo some mistake in this report, or n blunder somewhere. .Our credulity is very elas tic, but it can scarcely reach a tension sufficien...

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. — 30 May 1885

Weekly Citizen. ! wood ix;r ;, Sain rnrdy came up from Yuma ,, j;fank Proctor is rcioreJ to be Urowa has gone to l'reacott , . few weens. r' Outral works nt Tomb- .s.n-iime fifteen cords of . ,, l; jvtrnor Van Armnn is about r.vlamotion nt the hostile In itial will certainly tmrnlyzo , ne by Maieh & Driscoll of all . A-! f ca'tle wb- one of con-iilern-... 'iiitaJt. About 4,000 bead wero of, at S'-W per head. - M .sou nud family left for Call , , , x.-trdny. Mr. Mason will settle ."' at the swiside, nt Santa Moni i rill tin u return to his Lustuess - A- r 'Ms. ; Verle cast seventeen votes l '.' -w.dv to the Calabasas rail- ' J Q rjitoa cnt-t seventy-live for ;i,,aiu-!t it. Up to this timo the i' I?. Hi fiord has been further v iZ his premises nt the corner or .Hid Maiden Lane, by having s' . . r of his houss nicely calao . i sd the fence painted. ",. : P'1 Millard ttkes bis four-in-j-i.I starts wiih a party for San '.' Vss-im he is tho envy of everv Ui streets. loo always takes ....

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. — 30 May 1885

Eta- Weekly citizen. SATURDAY May SO, 1885 Watermelons and prickly heat are ripe in Yuma. Fifty thousand calves will be branded in YaTapai county this year. Mr. E. B. Pomroy has returned from California and apain settled down to business. Mr. Sessions, Principal of the public obool, is inhaling the ocean breezes in California. Got. Tritle left Presoot on Wednesday morning for California upon advice of his physician. Father Le Breton now in Prescott, will arrive in Tucson some time next week to remain here. Deputy U.S. Marshal C. T. Donovan has arrested C. H. Sterling, near Flaff stafT, on a charge of counterfeiting: nick els. Mayor Rayfield of Tucson is still making appropriate social suggestions to the Mayor of San Francisco, with two straws. The city band, in its rounds on this day of special election halted for a time in front of the CiTizax office in Jim's Little Daisy, and discoursed some very cheerful music The Board of Prison Directors will hold a speoial meeting next Monday,...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 6 June 1885

ARIZONA 1 vi WEEKLY CITIZEN: 4.; ! 1 i fr 4 Wr.EKLY Citizen, ;jm riiiio-i & Pdliisliiaj Co. iur3ki:t UHtnv.N. a.-ueml Jlniager. ."if 1 78 AKVfcUTISIXl UATES: . ., .-. . titt iBswtion... 223 , . .Mcti Mih-equent insertion 1US OFFICE : mrii'T Church ami Pennington Sis. -v ukooc has cone to shake bis ... i the bostiles. ilo will sit astride b 4r. mnuntaius and paralyze the black li'iuge. "i I'.minu telegram, iu detailing the , ..fs of the troops und the hos I -...ius. says: "At Fort Cummings ... 1 ws three hours ahead of the . .y.r, but the troops camped and the loft tho Black Tanks lifteen . ad of them.' The poor, tired t who can blame them for wanting -jSi,' three hours' distant from a pos ..lor. They were undoubtedly -. --a brjve at fifteen hour's margin rcinely hapny nt twenty-four. L.' : interview of the reporter ot the with Air. Cbas. O. Brown of , while 10 San Francisco n few .. h'ws that gentleman to be as : -z J senwo as aa egg ia of meat. .-s o". the Papago question are a...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 6 June 1885

-. . - 4M WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY JUNE C 1885 The Tennessee legislature has en acted a law prohibiting tho preaching of tho doctrine ot polygamy in that State. In Ireland they are raisiug a fund for ono of their Fenian brotherhooil, nnd iu America thay nro raisin; funds for tho Irish themselves. Those office hunter- whoso visits to Yasbingtou have been fruillet-a seem to h?ve been innocnlated with official itch bacteria, modified through sour urate. Since the opp dntment of a Governor and Surveyor Geutral tor Xow Mexico, the Federal officials of Ariz na have be gun the task of packing their gripsacks, preparatory to stopping down. Secre hostile turned It has been stated that tho tary of War intends that tho Apache?, if caught, shall be over to the civil authorities for trial. That they were off the reservation ought to be sufficient circnmstantinl evidence ot gnilt to convict every one of the crime of nnrder. A ma flock ot icebergs seems to bo engaged in making a bummer voyage sout...

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 June 1885

weekly Citizen. Vt. e pioneers will bold an adjourned ..ft. u- tliw evoniup;. IVe.l Maisti came in yesterday j, Oiiuui' r.uoU. Tut? ' Council will not pay (or .fr li-'iils that do uot illutuiutite. t j, mik! that eoutdruclion dust will iiv i.u tne narrow gauge railroad. . r Altvk 1c t this itfteruoou for j ue.jc to tune a position on tha En- t I' Ta::t:'W at Quijotoa will givo a . , .,! .n the evtuiiig of Juuo fith. f : lv ti i.-'it. . tll le a good idea to call a M'.-tiiu- to uuiniuulc candidates , . i-l rllatiiM. N .:T ii. II. I'anl if iQ Sonora witb . m i.ui for tue murderers of Ja. ' ' .it llttrshiiw. , , , ,f ute FitSo'tTald put bis foot , ,: iiui)!-ttine, yetenlut tbe : t'ifd sutuftiiiug drop. ' . r..tti.'.sca VtinqiifZ, mother of - . i". ' "t'i'o E-parza.ute J at Mr. Eh- '-.id ujo ttiti tuorutug. 1 ' , inn is u candidate for Cbie' of , Fie l)t?p.irtmeut. l'lie firemen's . a t;iK-s pluce next month. Kto u;ls opeued bis saloon on , . s street, opposite tielitnannV, i ..it splen...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 6 June 1885

WEEELr GITIZEN: SATURDAY E. M. K-adinc, (rfHt.a Lecturer A. O. U. V., for Calif,, n i- will return to Tnc ioa oa Monday io return a few days. The count by tu Board ol Suitervisore to-day sbii,.'s thai ;M0 v tere favored aid to the Cnlaba?.B railroad rati 87 did not wtut railroads. Hilarity rencht-a fiueti r pueu near tbe depot last mbt that live shots from revolvers were required to cool the fer- Tor of twj ulevatod individuals. John Tappcner, of Toiubtne, died iu tKritcitv Shturduv. .11 is .body w t-cnt to Bibbeo for burial by the A. U. U. W lnd.T nt flint nlin-c of WblCh tie Was a member. Tbe Indians wit pleaded Kuilty to re sisting an officer, :aid t,i malicious mw rhiff vreteril-u. were sentenced this morniui! to pay a liue of j'il and ten day's iinprsonment ini jail each. Mr. and Mrs. A. V- Qroesetta and Mr Warren leave to-m rrow niormn for n visit co Europe, tor the next two or three moDtus their P ,tffice Biidres.- will bo at Zura, Austria tbe childhood home of Mr. Gro.-setta...

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 June 1885

Me arizonXweekly citizen. VOI, XV n- CiLZJfl PridtiDS & PfllsMll2 Co "' Hr.EUEItT BIIOW.N. Ujaerai iiansger. tesiis : v K i.tlif 1 ADVtBTisio bates: t nrx .nseriiuu.... .......... 1 ,i jte. each snbseauent insertion.. 0 OFFICE : Cornor rlinirli aud LYnuiiigtou Sis . S25 . is lr the military don't suppress those k they nihy be compelled to nght t. I-.-dAhSyet. y jit's in a Dame? Some ot the news- r" ori? publishing a letter on the ltES. Pore bus shown that his claim I tv.Dg his beud-quarlera in tee sad- ; p daring the war, hod a literal as tsl ss 6 metaphorical meaning. 'ra the Cit JOK fiuds u congenial occupa u m counting the dead settlers killed t the Indians, ue accepts oniy J.b.e" evidences of death probably T-e-e-ce of the eorise. Tac co'boy seam to be rouudiug up tie Apiches with a view of forcing the f. to tubt. If the mountain won't ... Mhvmet, Mahomet must go to ., i: uutiilD, i-o to speak. Lie Chincahua Apaches must be -,w! from Ariaoua of killed. The "stter nn thod is ...

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 June 1885

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY JUNE 33, 18S5 Ak Indian trail four days old is ttill n "hot trail" by tbo military thermometer. Up Jto this time 110 Indian scare has been reported from the nino-milo-wator- liole. Gen. Crook ought to publish a list of ihn killed and wounded soldiers and officers in the recent Indian campaign, Even the equaws and papooses evaded the nrgus-eyed military and reached Mexico in safety by the most practicable route. AVnr not disarm and put the military on the reservation and mako the Chirr cahuas our regular army, with General Geronimo in command? Gen. Ckook is very much troubled by the absence in tho Star of the soft taffy bo lavishly besmeared upon him by that paper in the recent days of peace and plenty. Tnn recent federal appointments in 2few Mexico have rut tho nerves of the Arizona Bsnirants in a sort of barbed wire condition. They are restless ex ceedingly so. Iv "music hath charms to sootbo the savage," why not turn that minstrel troupe the Tenth Cavalry ...

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 June 1885

aVeerly Citizen. JUNE 13, 1SS5 LOCAL N"E,YS. The ansa meeting on the Iutlian quea lu ... i 1 i j.ja Wlil piucc uoii ouiuruay Jlr. Fuller, of Tombstone, baa Rono cat to tbe Maiuuioth district, to look at T-.mrs Speedy is in town from Mncila i, st.ikinc hands with old time friends U.se Fngaa, the substantial atock rj,15froi lrtviatou ouuon, is in irom tveShuta iutiu. laie J- K- Manninsr, of Crittenden, is 3tjecy.io"Kl aiier me peace and jl Ct. Satuaniego has removed his v and hnrnexs 6hop and stage oflice S Israel, the pioneer news ajjent of " " t n. is iu town on business, and ;. at l'orter s. ?I. S. Sherman, Esq., of Cleveland . is in the city on business connect- - . i 1 . : - 1 - l . . ir. a me eiecinu usm company. Tlir cowboys will oertainly make tron t it they run the Indians unexpected- tl!.-. .1 .1 . f 3 tLe f-omiers ;uiu iuus anniuiiate t.eUttJ States army. C Kyan came up from the shades s uoitu to spend a lew days iu i.umeoi iue pueuio. Uon. is ao .'.ui tbe avoirdupois of 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. — 13 June 1885

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY . JUKE 13, 1SS5 LOCAL NEWS. "W. S. Lylo left this morning for the Qaijotoas. Strawberries sell for fifty cents per box in PreeC it. J. B. Oollins, of Maxey, is in the city and stops at tue Palace. The Grand Central pumps will be lUrted up hbuut July 4th. Joe Sresovich was made happy last nwbt by the birth of a daughter to his wife. will auction the unclaimed at the railroad depot ouJuue Ibey freight 30th. Ddtectiro Len Harris ha gone to Sacramento to viit his family for a few day. Tne family of Judge John Haynes hare removed to the Fitch residence, ou military pluza. Alex. Levin has leased the fine rt si- deuce of v. a. (Jury, ou Alma etteet, and has moved in with his family. T. D. Reymert will Hgita'e the faber rn i loc-il coutempjrr aunntr toe no i tn e of Harry Brook at the Quijutoai- Fi io's uhost will not down with the Gitr (Joan -il. even with the Ci.mbinrd prdsure of the cemetery committee upon it. T.nit nitrlit ttas refreshinlv cool. oc casioned by 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. — 20 June 1885

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. : VOL- u Printing &PDlsliiD Co. 'ItKBEKT HKOWN. General Manager. TTE1IS : 15 OH 3 00 175 c - ADVinnsixo bates: first insertion $25 , each fubsoqnent insertion 125 OFFICE : r Church aud Penniugton Sts. .lemicof Indians is more to be 1 than the cholera. z on one please wake up Qen. - i ,.'.d him that his pets are hav---a a d of n time? Qz. k's campaign policy 6eems to be t in some comfortable locality , I .ij ti Geronimo: "Now bring. on t z. 's Angeles Times talks Tery , - hc Indian situation in Arizona. its ixperissnce in a xsid. like, the at cne would change its heart in r of the skill of the military to '; Apaches. 1), January, the Deputy State of California, who admitted - SV1000 from the treasury, has - -i:tted. Ho bays he stole the , ,r - , and the jury of his peers , 1 not. How can people who . h nest reconcile this sort of t t"tL . irtice? , rrp'rted that L. O. Hugheg ia iri- - ' -;,lrve tno people in the capac j. ' cud delegate to Washington on 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. — 20 June 1885

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY JUNE 20, 1SS5 GEROMMO'S BROTHEE. Goronimo, the Apache cutthroat, Las a brother in S.in Francisco, called Pix ley. Pixley was the bad boy of the Chir icahnn tribe, nnd they were compelled to banish him lie was too wicked for even the sav.ge3 to endure. He would steal tiswm, nud keep so very drunk that he could not tell a roaring river from n sand bill, ami on bis latest visit to Arizona be fully maintained hi reputation for debauchery. His Indian instincts spring eternal in bis licentious breast, and be cannot tell the truth under anv circumstances. This is the object that keeps its own picture seated upon a corpse, at the hoad of the col nmns of the Argonaut a travesty on journalism. True to bis murderous instinets, this inhuman monster asserts bis wish thnt the Chiriaahua hostile "could drive the cowardly drunken Kane of Arizona cow boys and volunteer Arizona blackguards who are on tbo warpath, into an ambus cade and murder tueui." lie has evi dently stumbl...

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 June 1885

WEEKLY CITIZEN. JUNE 20, 1SS5 Tjo electric light shines neither upon .VA-.ast nor utijuat. c, Tnim P. Glum and her t 7.1., iiave ornveJ safely in Tomb: ijit" v...vn names wero attached nf volunteers up to two o'clock wo cbil- tone to tho t to- .- ivnnn it) in the eitv from Phn 'iii' c11 kinx "Major Pearson" - tl re. .tatsnued remarkable coolness of . jhts is appreciated, oven if unpre- - '-ted. 1? C Brown, of the stock firm of Was- a -i ir ,wn 13 ia iroiB le uaooqui- t," mntaiiis. ti fjaroleau brought in to day a ' - vja J bear that he killed last night . ' - de Oro. 1 Sott, of Dallns, Tex , is very t d.fcovcr tho whoreubouts of sr j J. B.Scott. H G 1L Onry arrived from ' r.'f 'is uiorninK, to Bpend a few ' j sa the metropolis. i. S Jlison has returned from Santa i' -I u wnere he has comfortably ' J L.s family for the summor. . Lilly Anderson, who has been v ' tcr sister, Mrs. J. II. Eaton, at ' ,u m the city, on her way homo u -jttoa. 1- IL C Yager of S.m J3ernardino, ; r-u, arrive...

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 June 1885

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY JVKE 13, 1SS5 Additional Lm-nl Holes. Tho maf me ling to-niRlit Trill be held in Library halt Jmlce J. It Mniminc left by team to day for bits liome at Crittenden. Jndce John Iltyses carae up from Tombbtoae yesterday. Sum Dmcbmtin 1ms returned from a business visit to CharWston. Mr. Chae. It. Wore has returned from (ho New Orleans exposition. The Str man seems to be daily grow ing hotter in the oollar. The sampling works to be located at Crittenden win be erected at onee. Davis, the Tnltoiie murderer, has been Mjnteuceil to ie uangeu on jui) 15th. II. Itaehman is looking through the camera id tbe absence of F. A. Iinrt woil. Willi r. Haynee went oat to tbe Mam moth mine ttiitt morning, to bo absent for several day. Supervisor ToitSTOrth baa returned from California, end a meeting of tbe board wis held to-day. Suppose General Crook was iooeoulat ed with a httf of Gerouiino's ability; what u hero be would become! There wab enough oanine bark lost by the jKMind...

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 June 1885

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. u Priaiing & Pntilislilns: Go. a rji:kt ukowa. U aerl Manager. tf.ehs : ti on . 3 UO . 1 75 -T nK'rUwi ............... h .abvjutat insertion.... S25 123 OFFICE: t rncr rlmrch ami Pennington Sis. . r j is evidently more at borne l.jidquarters in tbo saddle ;.-s h udqnurters. ; ij of peace, prepare for war," jt-, of General Crook. He is g warlike preparations. s .1 ually a wreath of smiles at .w-eath of orange blossoms j, -:iiio and a wreath of ever " grave. ; . " .3 though the Tories, to use -.z' have "bitten off more than -ii -.i- w" in assuming the reins of -',sj givernment. r-.s-j-able to suppose that a . would send a human K s world without its consent; x.'l acuities it cannot change, - : into eternal tortures be- njt prove better than He - J TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY JUNE 27, 1885. NO. 23. A MISTAKE, Elsewhere is published a commnnica tionfrom a responsible source, giving but on instance of the barbarities prac ticed bp the Apac...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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