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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 27 June 1885

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY JUNE 27, 1SS5 Prof. Lakolet claims that tho sun is blue. Perhaps the moon is only a Rreen cheese after alL Tub President bas appointed Wn. B. Fleming1, of Kentucky, to bo Associate Justice of tho Supremo Court of New Mexico. The Louisville Courier-Journal thinks Bob Ingeraoll should be appointed con sul to shool, and the Inter-Ocean wants to know who has n better right to nominate him to a borne office. The Southern Cbeyennea purpose exhibiting their mnrderou3 instincts, and will go on tbe warpath simply as Pehrg-1 ThwvT" rPrnrol to lte It isuaid by those wbo oui;bt to know, that the financial "whack-up" araonc prominent military oBL'ors in an adit campaign like the present i something natonUbinc, and that it extends from the top to the bottom of the official lad. der. Tar present managers of the Colum bia copper works are making a tigna. auooess of that enterprise, and they are only prevented from running the smel ter to its full capacity by the lock oi tea...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 27 June 1885

WEEKLY CITIZEN. JUNE 27, ISSo LOL'Ali NEWS. ii..:bi will celebrate tlio Fourth of July f. l'henir newspapers came ycster--jVy the uiail from the east. fourth of July will be conspica--". its u 'H observauce, this year. i : ner is quoted in New York nt .-.! a11 rriioico nt 14 emits per i -J TL family of Judge W. J. Onborn w "V u leave for California to sp nd , : f jrcer. A e 1 LeaiX Herald says n new cattlo i. i beiuK formeU iu that place 0 ?i.ivtf a range on tbo Verde. .estive fly is the most active and ' 'f ml liviut; tbms just now. r ,a a"io hum" with tveroody. directors of the Insane Asylum jjvertiMuj; for plans and Hpeoifica. , i : r the construction of the build- x" s, U.-e has reached Tombstone .r 3 retracted journey from Pres. Li 'Uh the seYeral intervening A c.tizens of Globe held a mat-s t. Wednesday eveninc and ,i h e-jluniu of very strong rtsol .Vi t Ei the Indian question. X lLe.iis und Maricopa railroad ( - -w tir.uro the attitude o' Pneuiz . i M feet above sea level. T...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 27 June 1885

.ssw-WSs.aMaW'sweaaswieeeeeeweeaaeav. wseegseeseeewssswwswswsw Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY JUNE 27, 18S5 LOCAL EVYS. Mil d. Hudson has left Tucson for Baltimore, Md. Judge J. A. Anderson has tone to Los Angeles to reside. Mrs. J. L. Mesaersmith left to-day for a visit of several mouths to the astern states. John Prince and family started this mornintr for a visit "way down in Maine." Geo. W. Williams, formerly of Call fornifc, died at the Silver City hospital, last Tuesday. The troops may have followed the hostiles at locomotive speed,but tbey re turned without even an Injun-ear. Frank Hartwell and Sam Baird have returned from the Santa Catalinao, look ing better for their sojourn in the hills. O. G. Gillett left to-day with supplies and outfit, to open up some new mining properties near Calabasas that promise wslL The Pioneers selected Hon. G. H. Oury as their envoy extraordinary to Washington to talk Injun to the Great Father. If new brooms sweep clean it is hoped the administration ...

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 July 1885

I v"1 arizokaTweekly citizen. t lA.im rnuusiufla uu. iHtltT IlKOWS, -. t;.1 Slaaager. TT-KMS : . $S 00 . 1 v l.7!SI.3 E.VT8S: vrti t i'wMamC iBsertiun. 525 13 FFICE : ffmrWi ami Pennington Sts. v . - vk of icebergs ia reported . i WJ the Pacific from Behring r .s is tho result of too much . L th- North Pole. t r" it lb awaken the people of x . -inoance to thm that the y , ,i-3 ciclo will eprcHd its 3 tLo Atlantic to the Paoilic - V"- : t.ceable fact that eastern naking closer inquiries into s of Arizona with a view of ."e-tified with its future ILc-y "?S?nernlly men of 1 lliey bring those requisites ; cship money and mun sahas plenty of room for s settlers and they will find ae here. c rf ur histories of Geron j . chief, now going the ; ir.ss lack very much of : t tiie facts. We are in pos ! 5 ' . graphy from a person ira him for many years, t a produce it, together j.t. There are several . ul the one at the head of i -w is a full blooded Chiri n.'t be generally known ' mill sites 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. — 4 July 1885

v Weekly citizen. SATURDAY JULY 4, 18S5 Pixlet's tirade against the peoplo of Arizona, is King weakly supplemented by the less vigorous nnd equally untrutb tul expressions of the Tucson Star. It begins by imputing a deliberate and ma licious reprefentation of General Crook by tho Oitizex, and fails to 6ee anything but a political reason for our course. In deed there are r.ou6 so blind ns those who will not see. What political signifi cance the ability of General Crook a an Apache fighter possesses wo fail at this time to understand. There are no pol itics in the savage instincts of the ApBche nirntesr nor in th' enmson flood with whioh they hive bathed our fairest val Ipvi- nnr m the slow and laborious mnroments of ihe troops, twenty-four hour behind; nor in anything con ntcted with tnis s.nguinary calamity. Toe Citizes is mDved by a siuglo lm pnhe in its frank criticisms the snfeij and protection of the people of Ariznn . It is far too grave a matter for iorsonid considerations to ...

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 July 1885

JAILY CITIZEN. gyiUUDAY. JULY 4, 18S5 I.OCALNEWS. Xbc teiifRraph oflice was moved to- Iijlit shower refreshed tbo ntmofi jjro last t-vemu-;. yr, W. G. Wriclit of San Bernardino iCis ti liome to-diiy. 7s simmer showers keep cloae to tliaoniitaiu rouge.. T-2 Fourth of July ought adjourn EE-"! cooler weather conies on. Tie City Council will embrace the ceS question next week. 1 t feJernl appointments for Arizona v -.e xaade within a few weeks. jlr A 1'. lVtit left to-day for Phenix, , jit plaus for the asylum for tba f": and Mrs. S. A. Manlove have - tJ tne Santa Catulinns to remain "-;zA tDe ummer. .,-S-r J. A. Muir.of the S. P. 11. R, 1 3 HI I'iso this mornint: to be nb j;" i ji for dajs. timber of Mexican enthusiasts trcn. arrested yosterdnj- for fast riding :r i-I-i tJ-e streets. j.s. li E. Kearoa will leave for San z'-zs California, to-morrow, to i the summer. x - f-jol trustees will meet to-mor-r -, to ticstf up their official business transfer the affairs to the now board. Sij.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. — 4 July 1885

Weekly Citizen. BATDEDAY - - JULY I, 188T. LOCAL XK.TS. Jobu O. Dougherty, of Total AVreck, is in this city. The Star's calendar taxes the Fourth of July oq the -27ih of June. The wife mid child of James Flynn left this afteruooa for a visit of lure mouths to California. J. Y. Eccleston has g"ne to San Fran cioco to pnn-buse Dew stock for his aad die and harness shop. Phil Crovat and wifa have returned from California and again tateu up their residence in t e a. nad h. p. Jos. Sresovich will so to California in a few days to arraign lor a big supply 01 California fruit aud groceries. M. G. Rjch is removing his stock of Alaiu xt-eet to the building nt the comer of Convent nnd Camp streets. There is nothing pogood at the dinner table as a choice article of trench claret uneli a- can bo had at the 1'ioneer m Stioon. corner of Church and Caniii streets. Hon. Grant II. Oury started thii morning for Washington as the dele cite of the Floaters to lay tht status o the ludiaa troubled before...

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 July 1885

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. ol xv YfEEKLY CITIZEN. uLZJ Hriilins & PoWisMie Co. ir BSKirr uuuvt, U.norat Manager. tebms : 13 00 Ai-vaiisia kites: tr t insertion tsc !i tmbseqaent insertion. 125 125 OFFICE : (.nif Clmrcli and Pennington Sts. tt cia now 6eo why Coinmis- -- A'kins wants tbo cowboys Al u -! Hie lion. G.. II. Oury was ae ! on his visit by a certain Tuo r. Atkins evidently mistook .-r-I.-ss aspirant for the position s Surveyor General for Arizona, for . . .,..a J his altuni was the occa c - .' Ins irresponsible remarks. "We sssiw Mr. Atkins that tha thing is 8L J hi bark is greater than his v-.rE a cariom law ubb been enact ed Mexican government, applicable . t) ta states of Vera Cruz and v. J L Potosi. It provides that all --s is win hhve resided in those st r cue year and who is encased Bi i.ue or business pursuit, wketh-t..r-a cr alien, is entitled to vote at - i tactions. This is based upon t that every person engaged is.ess is personally interested in we.fa'e of 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. — 11 July 1885

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY JULY 11, 18SS Tnc people are pausing for work to begin on tho Calabasas railroad. Ter new board of school trustees very naturally repudiated the unwar ranted nets of the previous board and annulled the contracts mado with teach' ere for future services. Ik tho opinion of Commissioner At kiss it is not a serious matter if tho in dians retaliate for the broken pledges of tho government by killing a few score of exposed settlers on the frontier. The people of Tncson go to Los Ange lea to Rnnnd the heated term: the Los Aneeles pepolo go to San Francisco San Francisco people to to Nevada, nnd the Nevada people go to Manitoba, and fin nn ad infinitum. Tho restless world of humanity is never satisfied. We desire to accord full credit to Hon G. H. Onry for his efforts to prop erly place before the government offi cials the states of the Indian question in Arizona. lie is exhibiting commend able energy in tho matter, even though he may fail in bringing about the re s...

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 July 1885

KLY CITIZEN. JULY 11, 1SS5 1.0CA1 Jtliii. still iu , r c-,uTViBor3 are s . ol board will orgauizo r t -1 C-nnoll bos returned from H.irinou !1 - l.iff lliia ntttr- .1 ii.ii Lav rnia. Moutaguo returned this J u visit to California. lams is at homo from nn t-i tho northern portion L litzgerald will start for 'utst Wednesday to upend llis family will accom- will lenvo t nlmskio .t Wednesday, to attend fining to Uia duties us U. for to S. v.t Lrs will shake hande to 4ttr reading of their good z the past month, will say ell Uono thr.u goou ana E.rt. ahead of V .j: w . -.fin naonle were celehratmg tho Fourth. 3 j a t atnotic danoe with bushels et. T K.ikard, lornicriy ui una lv nrnveu irom .cugianii ht Anaconda, Mon ;an.i, with x Mesicana is now a bright rai) nve column daily and is ' '-' r.i 'tsentativo oi me opanisu- - - -a ft Ei"vement on foot toorgan , "3- j "company in Tucson, and - ",ec "sraCter and standing otsoine '-. V, g gj.irits of tho movement. jt) hope tor success. . ij plaus...

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 July 1885

to. Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY . JULY 11, 18SS LOCAL SEWS. Dr. F. H. Goodwin of Nogales is in the city. . Lieut Mason left this morning fer Fort Bowie. Bunt. J. A. Muir returned laBt evn ing from EI Psro. Mrs A. A. Porter lias returned from San Francisco. The Miner enys Cariboo Brown is dty rancbiug near Frescott. Messrs. Whitnev nnd Barnhart have raturned from their visit to Calubssas. Dr. Hi.ntfv's family left to-day for Santa Monica to spend tue summer, air. W. R Stevens bus cone to Cel fornin to remain during the heated term. The Phenix papers note the presence in that cttvof the several insane Asylum Commissioners. John Anderson and wife came up from Magdulenn yesterday aud will spund t few daB in tms city. The Prect Courier states author -tatirely ihut United States Marshal Z. L. T.dball bus resigned. Henry Warner, of Enterprise. Kansa-, is in thin city, visit i. g his father, Epli "Warner, wuo is very sick. F.P. Sargent, formerly of Tucson, has been elected blaster Workmm of tn...

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 July 1885

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. U, weekly Citizen, jsj PriQtins & PalsliiDg Co. Ill KllKHT MtOW.N. .1 ueral JinHactT tekjjs : Al'VIKTlStSO satis: f-':t insrt-on.. ........... i n suliaent insertion. tsoo , 300 . 1 75 123 OFFICE: ( ra r (Niurch anil Pennington Sts. , K. Mi:..iE,iha presumptuous nspir - ' r i ft -ra appointment, and Wil l'j ; Vr Meade, United States Mur- . ! - tiZ jnn, seem to bo two differ-V- -as if the Star is taken an au- - - MrsxTon Maxdekson, of Ne ,t if the Senate committee on - r -5 ,s now" visitinfr New Mexico .-,' d capacity and is meeting . , - h discuss territorial mat- 1 t-- Indian question. lie will j" -Miit Arizona for r like pur- jL-, f tsju who ever suspicioned bis -J ! timking that L. 0. Hughes, -Jt-e Star, was a candidate for a t -',; r.intment, is a prevaricator. t -y fv L.eited those personal endorse - -s Cr -3 the "profession," and circn "l:":erins petitions, for the pnr d wSUblisbing hiH credit for a few 'r-j.it ,:d at Willard'e. L-t 1 trt, -Zj. sany...

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. — 18 July 1885

SATURDAY . JULY 18, 1SS5 It's a wise dollar tbr.t knows its ovra daddy. The cholera death rcto keeps up to from thirty to fifty per cent of the num ber afflicted by the scourge. The most terrific Iowa cyclone does not effect the fastidious epicure half as greatly as a single little fly blow. The Prince of Wales has stopped his subscription to the Pall Mcll Gazette. It was too offenEively obscene to have in his family. The new 6chool board havo abont concluded to repair the new school bouse by inserting the partition walls as first intended, in the upper story. Tnr.un is an abundance of Chicago capital that will teek investment in Ari zona the coming fall and winter. Stock and mines will chiefly absorb tho investments. A wosun in Denver recently talked a man to death. Ho stood it for an hour and then fell with a fit and died with n chnstinn resignation that robbed death of its bitter sting. Tnc cecsns for 18S3 shows that the population of tho city of Denver Iibb in creased 18,778 sin...

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 July 1885

WEEKLY CITIZEN. sj.il M JULY 18, 1SS5 LOCAL SlitY.S. -,pv is reiortoil to bo very cheep in l iiss- Drake is kid up with an - I.-' Sura nnr 'oos tlip boners bc i Fas-bion bar. Mawa returned- yostordny from j. , 'o Tacson. r ..n.Ievar, at Fort Ilu&clmcn.uas udiug s few i1y3 in the city. r Aavaat, nieu on me i rip down. of Arizona would nppre- . ;c r towering iceborgs just now. r uc local extorts it is noticei- ti ot ihe butter now poej to i" .-krr cbtbo down from Pbenix w,y r.nd left to-day for Toinb- r -si Hushes are bftvinjr a well ro.ir ot their store and will a steam pump. vpr tlio fciouwioru 1'Acitio lias .u uuuurhi since ueroDimo , , ;t i riierra Madres. , . Jiily to c setni-weokly mail . . !:.(' wa? tha new admiaiatra .. ,i ctin? Qaijoiou. v- i P. jiuir or Oakland, fomier , cd with tbj Tiibnne in that "t d Lore tbia afternoon. rze it axe b is cot stuck in f. polit- -. . i ...... : - i :.. t it... V - i: - t- at'ading m a moraine contemp. j-v mrveloua, miraculous, is .- . s....

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 July 1885

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY . JULY 18, 1SS5 LOCAL XEffS. Hon. M. W. Stewart left for Fort Grant to-day. Philip Gottbelf has purchased Kanff man's cigar store on Conferees street. Si Whito and John IL Farrell passed through Tucson to-day for Tombstone. Mr. Marks, father of George Marks, the well known merchant 01 .Logan, is in from the Qaijotoas. Len Harris the railroad detectiro has returned to Tucson from his sad mis sion to California. Tne suit of PhiL S. Montague against Harry Woods et aL, was to day decided in favor of the defendants. Herbert Brown, manager of the Citi zen, left this afternoon for a business visit to Phenix and vicinity. Len Harris and Sheriff Paul went eastward by to-day's triiu. There's something in tho east wind, evidently. Dr. Goodfellow and hia sister passed throueh Tuc3on this morning, returning to Tombstone from a visit to San Fran cisco. On Tuesday the thermometer at Indio, on the Colorado desert, registered 133 degrees of heat. Indio is considerably below ...

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 July 1885

t St ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. 0L tfriXLY CITIZEN. -1 Priitire & PDWisliiig Co ; KBEKT 1WOWN. Mnu Jlna-. Ttmt : urai'i.-' katss: .! inMrtioa : sab -Tuat it!rtiR. 1 125 .1FFICE : hurdi anil Pennington Sts. h-.cked at the disclosures ill UAUite. ins so verv aijs? formidable a rival si Soetmel lampoons the ..y enterprise, which has had .:a:e.ice for twolvo year?, ns -t scheme." Not knowing i tbe facts ia Iho mattor , l ) bate a disinterested opin- t developments. : tt wspaper man has received vv intment. This time it is r, ditoror the State Regis , m, Mho., and his plum is ILr.l Examiner of Texas, New l i Vrizona. His cup of hap- .. iiIHl and his shears will '..,r a time. h ;j Inter-Ocean will estab- . j ..rtmeni next weok of con f. idi eminent authors, end ' A Century of Tales " The s sts that it may einiply he r ' -m Darwin on ovolution, -gl hundred years just prior to link. -. i nts in many small towns of T .e line, cf tbe railways, are ; .-1 at the action of the pos- - reducing 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. — 25 July 1885

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY - JULY 25, 1S6T. THE HERO AT BEST. At ail early hour this morning the telegraph Hashed the intelligence across the continent that "General Grant died at eight o'clock." Although the sad event had been momentarily expected the news camo with a startling suddenness, and spread a pall ot gloom throughout the land. words aro indeed feeble to express tho admiration, love and esteem of his countrymen for the exalted patriot whose soul has this day entered upon the unspeakable joys of eternal life, and to record their profound Borrow ana grief for their bereavement. Sileno and holy tears can alono demonstrate the hallowed lamentation that wrings the hearts of fifty millions ot peopl who bow their heads in humble sub mission to the decree of One greater than he. A nation is to-doy pltmged in deep grief the whole world mourns, for his name was universally revered. Even the dark drapery of heaven hangs low to earth as if even tLo clouds would weep tears of sorrow. Tho...

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 July 1885

I I .1 ' - Weekly citizen, JULY 25, 1SS5 j,v,,: Harlt"V Letter. (.i'EX:-"'I-k0 glorious 4th i ,3d" ws quite a lively tiny ill nic ont at tho Goltlbautn ze rnre for a puree ofS75, tuke the purw, singlo dash, x.iore wero three entries. . - v "S rt' white horse, Snotv- n .uTa boy horse, Machncho; V, risers' pray ware, Dolly , tirt, Machacho pecond ;lirew his rider and ha i i the scratch yet Three : r Dolly. Quito n mini were out. nnd judciuz r o pood thinRs ia the .; v taothe guRvriufj Btomacb, - rains ejmretl iu preparing -, :i. livery ono seemed to -,.e-s d nil seemed good inc fr. J. D. Porrvpr hml v lire works; then camo w a lasted till alter niid- .ste folks from La Xnria ri. t surprised ug llar s - l t'leiinmber of ladies pres , i . -t few yecrs wo could hard- s eoouph for a eet ia u occasion thore woro no , '-en present. Nothing "x 'is; tho Joy or oveniag to -. ires of the occasion, and . ta . "a of r.u improvement over ' , one retired satisfied. A. B. 0 'inniiuiicatxnn was acci ...

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 July 1885

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY . JULY 25, 18&". LOCAL JiElYS. Judge W. A. Hancock, ol rhcnix is in tho city. Jn&ze Alex Campbell is rusticating at Santa Monica, Lou Gormley ia in the city from the Pennsylvania ranch. John Zellweger returned last evening from his stock ranch in Pinal county. D. A. Sanforil and "wire are wiping Tombstone perspiration from their brows. Judge Gregg left this afternoon for California to take a vacation for a few weeks. JameB E. Tallmadge and bride of this elty, are registered at the Baldwin, in San Francisco. Mr. Cbas. It. Drake is rapidly recover ing from his illness and will be at his office in a day or two. Mrs. J. M. Wilkins has gone lo Phe nix and will accompany the family of K. C. Poareon to California. Los Angeles is organizing a crcma lng association on the mutual plan: "lou tiro me and 1 11 nro yon." Counselor Joe. C. Perry has returned to the shades of Tacson, after a three months sojourn on the sands of ban Francisco. Eueene A. Brown has gon...

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. — 1 August 1885

ARIZON WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL weekly Citizen. riim Priatins: & PnlsMne Co. t- HERBERT HUOWN, utnerai jsi aim iter. Tin MS : SCO 1 75 AUVIBTtSUSO KATES: . - rt insertion J 25 - e.ichubscjn(atin8ertioij..... 125 OFFICE : 7 ( Imrcli and Pennington Sts. a. "3 - !iC0' Conner now also makes '. .restatement Ibat U.S. Marshal , c 1 have hia ofiioa in Tucson. T-r V. Louis Republican asserts mi lent Cleveland is enfiladed Mfffia two lines of lia;s." That ia rlU bsrJ on Democrats. lasCwJb'JCoantry is to becomplete c r. 1 London, Glasgow, Boston cl C-" ave Bent lfcrge oon jaaes's of very bad whiskey to the c t:nent. Ir was only a few weeks ego that the sui 3,t maliciously asserted that the .5? I General Grant was feigned to tl-., s cpathy and to secure his bp- t-t dj ieneral on tho retired A for the charity of that jour- zZ' reptile. p:: 12' p:Tle of Washington express fjrjirabie dissatisfaction because vtitrcl Park, New York, has been se-ltd-s the place of the burial of Gen. lirtt. It would s...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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