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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 1 August 1885

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY AUG. 1, 18S5 Tnn ladies of Dubuque, Iowa, hnve a club. It is only n broomstick. Witu the coming cool weather d geu eral revival of business and industrial matters is anticipated in Arizona. Illinois has a law imposing n penalty lor adulteration ot fertilizers of the soil, but none for adulteration of articles of food. The President will go fishing in a few days. It is said an aspirant for a fed eral position in Arizona will accompany him, to dig bait We trust the "sere and yellow lent" appearance of the El Paso Lone Star is not a premonitory syrnp tomoi eany piety or premature decay. TnE nrice of lead is advancing and several enterprising proepectora aro preparing to locate the body of Geron imo attar Gen. Crook visits his wrath upon that treacherous scoundrel. The official axe may bo firmly im bedded in the block, but tho federal heads roll off all the same. The changes in the post office department are going on with creat rapidity, and the Con fedrit X Roa...

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. — 1 August 1885

WEEKLY CITIZEN. LOCAL SEWS. A il. tl-iflith, ot Dripping Springs, i -.anaiu. of Saoruniento, is muk V, . ' visit. ,J't ai a r-hort visit east. '.. v " 3thertrootl has returned trom ri near tha Colorado river. ru'nt of D. A. Sanford reduced by about 49,- r. - General lloyal A. Jobuboii ; S-i'urday from his visit to " T Esau, of Clifiou, spent - a i. f hit weei in thia city and - ".- ' .v for home. !lbo Graud Army of the " 1 ? splendidly drnpod to-day, . " ij.avr.il Grant. i pr'raiuent manufacturer " j ' i cirriacea in Cincinnati, . j.zj at, the Porter. : ,T.., Flood aro expect- x within the nest , t the Qnijotoas. n P is visiting Tucson , vt many months in the -I. i. i.f Pima county. "u-i,'e puts on lots of ... ue-'ti appointed captain r t I'-n's Militia Company. held a public meeting . - j a lavement for appropria'e-jt-j occasion of Gen. Grant's -..ant cx-Coufederato soldier, "s- .z. did himself honor by s Tiption list for Grant's -x I srst ervisoro have con . ' t c-y will not cause...

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. — 1 August 1885

m r iMiuw.fi W'"Kja,rJ"wl '" " '7"""- " ' Weekly citizen. SATURDAY AUG. 1, 188H LOCAL SEWS. Tho Echool trustees Lavo mado a con traot for tho repair of tho new school house. Hon. Grant II. Onry returned from from his epccial mission to Washington this afternoon. TJ. S. Marshal W. K. Meade, has ap pointed C. T. Dunovan a Deputy, to re side in the northern district. Mrs. Henry, of the Star hotel, Quijo toa, is in the city, ahe -will probably Tisit California before returning to tue bonanza camp. Ohas. Home and L. F. Fries left to day for the San Antonio mines, in Son ora, about two hundred miles south west of Tucson. tiia tiio-Timf tpmnorature this sum mer, reached in Prescott, waslOS de- Broes; in l'lienix, m degrees; in j.uu Eon, 107 degrees. .The patriotic member3 of tho Pioneer Hose Company arapea tue eugiuu uuiuc thin morning :n respect to tho memory of the late General Grant Mtyor llayfleld has draped the Pal vintr.l in n vprv nrtiKtid manner. In front of tho portico he has a po...

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. — 8 August 1885

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZE weekly Citizen. h iwm Printing & PqMsUde Go. i"J HERBEllT IWOWN. General Manager. Txems : tJOO ! 00 1 75 ADVIRTISlNa 11ATC3: S23 125 arft insertion itr , each ubs'xjuont insertion... OFFICE : Cirnf r Clmrcli and Fennlngtou Sts. iVTlllG CONVEX1KNT, I'LKASK." t modesty of somo of the office et: at Washington is likely to be . e historic if it continues to develop y ta tLe lest few weeks. Bnt it was t thus. Some of the men who w taJy to take with a "thank co' nior8ela tbat may bo ly j sr.. --J in the shape of petty offices, iristel a whole banquet three months t. "lil take a first-class foreign xnis f jT ueen caEBed to "I would be u get anything that's convenient. I Wellington dispatch. sayB that a r..a e example of this sort is ex-Oon-i6?E-n Wise of Pennsylvania. He xi t-.e festive band of buccaneers V il on Washington the 3d of s.ui he has remained there ever His ambition, however, has not .' 1 n the same place by a largo - r,ty Like the soaring aspirations ...

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. — 8 August 1885

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY AUG. 8, 1885 CnooK is going to fight it out on Mexican line if it takes all summer. the The town of Aspen, Colorado, ia fa mous alike for its rich mines and home ly women. The people of Arizona hare discoV' ered no evidences of icebergs drifting this way daring the past few months. B etwees the ravages of the cholera, whiskey, hot weather and the Fall Hall Gazette the world's onp of misery is well nigh full. The United States grand jury at San ta Fe made two reports to the court, one of whioh cast a aetere reflection upon U. S. District Attorney BelL New Hex ico opinion is divided as to the justness of their assault, which has ercited wide spread comment. Aiiizona is rapidly developing as a leading cattle range country and is being rapidly stocked with good herds. In two years Arizona will equal New Mexico and the two territories will lead in the United States as produoers of feeding uteers. Stock Grower. To-dat the casket containing the re mains of General ...

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. — 8 August 1885

weekly Citizen. AUG. 8. 18S5 LOCAL XEffS. it 1 g. Duncan, tsq., lias returned , , , a visit to Ualiicrniu. r -. T. Etcbells sold Iiia stock ranch . v..tt!c, same time ago, Tor 10,000. ,7 t-J Comnflo Las relieved General r. o xnmnnder in western Mexico. - 's.i Js consumed over eight mil tr w-.ck in new buildings this t ; Ii. Tally li rb been enRaRod to ol nt San Xavier for the , i1 t x is the only pnper m Ari tue afternoon telecraph re t associated press. .u A. Walker, ot Albuquerque, spuiutea postmaster of that . iaouias tiuslie., resiRued. .js.-s ot the lneteoroloeical ruo- ...st cijat markwea ninety-eight - t. if tass uu J two par cent, of : T . ,ak C. Preaoott has been bd i ;..ther of Spanish in tho Tomb- . o. at a monthly salary of .i . i. ft , Jituaui met a eecuou nana in fi sjJ was a Confederate msjor in Jjys of the war, und was taken S 'i :ta river is blessing the v I')' attending 6trictly to a largo t, :f business while running f ... n a goose. N jales peopla have baen too ....

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. — 8 August 1885

Weekia7" citizen. SATURDAY AUG. 2, 18ST. LOCAL XEWS. Pinal county assesses over forty thou sand bead of cattle. Yuma has so many "blow-hards" that the Sentinel suggests the formation of a brass band. Yuma is to hold memorial eerviceH next Satnrdny and Hon. Sam Partly will deliver the oration. Judge John Howard jocosely attribu tes delay in railroad building to the fact that he and Judge .Fleury are not di rectors. Courier. A note from Hon. Iiob Connell, writ ten July 24, at Hot Springs, Arkansas, advises us that he was preparing to start for home. Courier. A reduction on local fare3 on the the Southern Pacific railroad is announc ed to take effect on August 1st. They will Da about eight cents per mile. The round trip rates will be somewhat re duced. The Arctic Ice Company are running their works day and night to meet tbo demand and are giving the public excel lent satisfaction, jtlajor Fechet is managing the works and ha is proving himself to boa thorough-going basiuesi man. Ezekiel...

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. — 15 August 1885

AK1Z0JNA WEEKI CITIZEN 6 VOL X Printing & Publishing; Co l HERBLKT HHOYTN. Uetieral Manager. TUEMM : apvektisino bates: $3 in . 200 . 1 73 525 12S tut insertion.... . H .lt.sc it-Ql.-vjuent insertion. OFFICE: (orner Cimrcli ami Pennington Sts. i:aktii to Kan-m. j grateful hearts of the American -.e .re prompt in recognizing the ' genius and superiority, regnrd- the humble sphere of their origin ,j t'-3 bright smile of heaven itself 5 an enchanting approval to this . . ,s trait of human cnaracter. Onr .- j are few in number, but on tho . fame their names are enrolled - ; tae highest, and our people hon- . ;.;s5..ves in paying a proper hom- - ta memory of their imporioLa J.cls and by mingling sacred tears t rZ r- and lamentation with the .L&t covers tho mortal casket that a earth tho immortal jewel. TTr'i caanot express the throbbing t- if the whole people of our na 3 w-c3 the sorrowful cortege on the - x will convey the remains of their t tL 3 last resting place in Biver f 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. — 15 August 1885

Weekly Citizen. J SATURDAY AUG. 15, 1SS.1 The Bj-fiteia of special delivery of let-j ters will be inaugurated on the first of October, in all cities of more than 4,000 ; inhabitants. Soue of the iolitic3l manipululow hope to get Appointment Clerk Ilic Bins elected doorkeeper of the house of representatives, ostensibly beoanse his love of his party friends is creator than his patriotism, but roally to conciliate th mugwumps. The Postmaster General is how tryinp to have the moils transported to the west coast of Americs, to the wrath, bv any means of transportation that may be found available for that Tinrnnqf.." The crave question in the msantirso fe, "what are the wiUl waves Baying?" Judge Olocqii, of San FrancitoOjWho has recently recovered his reason in the Stockton Insane Asylum, has resigned. and Governor Stonemau, will appoint Walter II. Lew in his stead. Ilieun fortunate mental condition of Judge dough was brought about by the intem perate use of alcoholic drinks. Grant wrote ...

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. — 15 August 1885

iVKKKLY CITIZEN. AUG. 15. 18S5 LOCAL SEWS. j..tiirana ami wife havo re' j -iu a visit to California. " , 't circus is corning and will , " x .c'" on August 31st. supervisors lixed the tax levy ia each fiuu valuation. it " jvnnty levies nu assojsmont ,c - . SUi) vuluation, this year. - - li-virc returned from Cal- I " -j will open County Court I"- Jl icneer J. II. Scott, of tho ' 'V....r.d.is at Iiong Beach, Cal., - 4 fj.-ii i- . c Tenter, of Freecott, will go --- . ...-.. ft .ci firm in 4 Ha T. r-xx.-. ."t -J-nt's office. t '.w .1. North and ilrs. Matt. J. ": -ctre united in marriage by Rev. V1 J. .W23 yesterday. . - Cr bble, a stranger in Tomb .iu.. at death's door, and is . " insufficient care. " C".al asaa It. It. bonds have been t" t to Chairman J. S. ilans--'J.s John Hancock. - f taxation in Maricopa coun- , a sed at S3.12 for" county t rial purposes. x ry will soon eport a newde Wjk "painted nud embellished ' k-;..st styleof Enricht'e art. I lla'k, the metalic adjuster of - La...

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. — 15 August 1885

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY AUG. 15, 1S3T. LOCAL SETTS. Sam Katzenstoiu is tbo new postmas ter at Charleston. Cochise county. Sinking below water level on the Grand Central mine ha? commenced. Counterfeit silver dollars lire 6nid to bo in circulation in several ot the towns in Arizona. The L-03 Angelee Times tell- 6ome re markably largo fish stories for a Re publican newspaper. The Enterpriso says tbo wheat crop of tho I'ima Indians will probably reach 400,000 bnshels this Eoason. 12. H. Miller, of TLenix, secretary of tho Fair Association, who spent a fow dsys in Tucson, has leturned home. Rev. Mr. Cnlfce. of Globe, has organ ized n church ut Dudleyville, with tho largest membership in Pinal county. Territorial School Superintendent ILL. Lock has pone to l'rescott and the north to spend a counlo of months. Mr. A. Fletcher, secretary of the Mammoth Miuinj; company, will take a trip to the mine nnd will be gone for several days. Fears aro expressed that the bridge at the Needles will bo...

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. — 22 August 1885

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZE XAr - N VOL i:ekly Citizen. a Pmiini & PaMsliiasc Co. II R3KKT :.V.'S. ti:mh : l.s. .1 . "s Sj '. t:i l is AUTKTfM.Na um,: . uriti Uoa 55 ,-. . eueb tMlera! iMKlmi 15 OFFICE: r.,?r rhurrii ant! Penning ton Sis. Tns a red bit election anil tbo . .Tones u jaoial attractions . o C Hliing full. :nt tarn.;? it ha:. lost the north -time and wi:I send out foBr as to fit.d it, next summer. -i iriusry elriineuce of last Sat p.va to Lavo brought tho popu- . r Touibatoao to tho verge of the It' v xt lias tskeu an advanced step . thod of eapilnl punishment and . now rcqa-'rio the death penalty tx.ci:ed by means of electricity .; it consolation to the unhappy .t rs in tha Grcea Mountnin State .t that a painless death awaits . A - YA t . uaio jjcinoarrus can stand no r delay in federal appointments 1 they endorse the ndministra- a mild tray, thoy eet up a formul . - ,1 far " them offices." They are - i: wnitiug the slow revolution of -.rijij of time, for life is short j ...

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. — 22 August 1885

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY .AUG. 22, 1S85 'Inn 'Mors ot war" oro responsible for all tho barques in the uavy. Abizoxa may be tvclically called the focus of tlio world it is where they nvise meat. Tminr is now just cause for alarm in SL Lauis. Tho hog cholera has appear c'd in Chicago. The Ynmu Sentinel is responsible for the exnrcssion that Tombstone is being "pumped to prosperity." A Democratic contemporary seems to have sna'KCB in his boots, and talks heroically ot viper by the brood. Maxwell admits that he killed Prelim- era ha did not mean to do it. IC, HO " This is eon? olmg to tho dead man. TnE editor of the Star is acquiring faiao as a humorist. The malady has heretofore been mistaken for boils. Tun country is a-suming cn attitude f nxnectanev for the text ot tho forth coming Presidential fifh story. Nnws items are not to scarce in the OiTi2tKt as to require an editorial guide board to assist its readers in finding them. Tnr. Kxnosition at Phenix this fall trill attract gro3t i...

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. — 22 August 1885

TTeekly Citizen. SAlCliUAY, AUG. 1SS5 LOCAL xnvs. G!a county will tax its people S2.7C on 1 i u SlOO vulUi.tioa this jear. ry rith cold strikes have been Ej.;,.Vijr the iaoath or tho San Pedro. 31 liave roudIv tnsts thin year will bo 5 oa Ceii fclUO valuation. J rt Kepnrter J. II. Wesicoat t:- i fryin Tombstone yesterday, re- it "v r LaLe has grown to be very pop. .-, nnaer tue laanaKuaieflt 01 llr. Dnnnd is in from the Salero. 3 . mm for a lively boatn in bis section j. :.uiiHj. lurs. "Win. C. Davis and Herbert B, xv j.y s.re expected t'j arrive from lbs t S I" H fcW lltlJS. Iu Board of Supervisors bavo reject- ti i'Us iJr luoiiracce on the Ctiurt j u en ucconni 01 tbo liigti rates l:eSn Simon O title C mpnny Lave . a uboui iw benii of aminuli m f i - in bnnou valley during tbe past lr . lortr buu rail Urovat went to F : Uuiicnuca this nurnin for a litllo ,a f. luey will rstni n to-morrow or .i ...lit; uBi:aier oi Airs. Aiauujan, a stK' ia the household ot Surv-or ti r-i jounson, 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. — 22 August 1885

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY AUG. 18ST. I1OCAI1 SINYS. Judpe Eagan returned to Clifton by yesterday's train. 8. G. Howe ha sone to Xogalos for c few daya vacation. Sudi. Jno. O. Dougherty, or tbo To tal Wreck, came ia to-day. Jmlpe Beu II. Herefcrd went eastward on the train this morning. W. J. Doberty was a passeticer to wards Beiw-on ly to-day's train. Cpertoa Crovat baa been i;iveu u etatiorj agency on tro S. 1 B. IS. The Yuuia county and territorial tas ia $3.11 on each $100 valuation. F. A. Steven?, roetniMter at Logan, is ia the city, visiting f riends. Fred Kittle will cull Lis new simper at Pinal, the 1'iual County Becord. CaH Ornnde'fi oiaimsfor u smelter ia beinfj Voiced by its local journal. Juan Elittg has taken up ua ec'.rny colt oa the Sopori ranch, see his ad. Mr?. Porler and Phil Crovat are mak ing the Porter a ery (.ttraetive hotel. Humor eaya thtt a neddinj; in civil official circles if to transpire next ion day. Albino A((t:irre. the murderer of John Al. Ak-0rmaek, in...

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. — 29 August 1885

ONA WEB CITI ZEN. (L XV ' " TUUSUjN, L'lMA UUUiNTY, AHIZOiNA TJSKillTORY, SATURDAY f ' ' " 1 " ' 1 ' , , , h i i .... - l i AIT4UST 2S), 1885. t -1 - T -IT" CITIZEN jsa PriuUsg & PaMisMag Co HERBKRT HHOW.X, i L". - "Jill.. ?S UJ A 1 Yr BTTS EVTEa: l:rst icwrtum.... !2S subsequent insertion 125 OFFICE : or Church end Pennington Sis. iien who r.ro occasionally deep ;Iit arc immerse! in shallow ,..:'!era has a summary way of g up the population at the same ,a "lmntes them. .ted thr.t the approach is always signalized by f lliee. If lh is bo trne, the of .Tucson may as well fol sample or tho President, and " i 6till hope of a north nud I- ad being built from Cal a- - aU Tucson, Florence, Phe- "-. sc tr, to tbe Atlantic Jt Pad f-acii a road would pay its 1 enrich the whole of Arizona. 1 bstoiie asserts and rcallj be , t it says to be trne, that Gen. riwel', the "wah-hoss of the -, ' has been appointed post- a P-Jinbatone. This selection r tLe administration all over t-Vs f glory. . i...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 29 August 1885

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY ADO. 29, 1BST. If sin could cast a shadow, the world would be involved in utter durkneta. The only ripple of local election ex citement this year will he the lesser halt ot a municipal affair. The hungry Demoorata who thought this administration was to be an age of steal, did not know what President Olereland'fl backbone was mado of. Owing to a poor crop ot snails, bugs and worms, the Now Zealand cannibals bava found it necessary to decrease their population during the past seanon. The New York Sun expresses n grave doubt as to President 'Cleveland'e polit ical BtandiDg, and Bays "as to whether Cleveland is a Democrat or a Republi- . ws mast wait and sec. can, The President will return from the AJirondacka in a few days with the official axe whetted up to a fine edge, and the federal heads will be made to roll off the block with a rapidity that will make the hungry democrats smile. When President Cleveland looked down from the balcony of the White House rece...

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. — 29 August 1885

WEEKLY CITIZEN. UKUAY, - AUG. 20. 1885 I.OC.Ui XKAYS. L -k out for tbcMM of Key West C.rnttbo rieeta. II II. Richardson of the rcnusylvunia isnch is in tbo city. Htnrv .Brans is in from bis stock r-,,.i. in the Barboquivari. T O Si. aw is expected to arrive from :j -..ihe ranch, to-morrow, 1 1 . mi! !:c scbcote will open on Tiies- s ; teruoer lotb, tee trustees soy Y. A. Hancocx of Pbenix. is ag ! a tuo city, on bueiues3 mat t ere. X. Sxdt bns gone io Califor i-.t ol a lev weeks duration , C .rlt.s jnw biis tijree post trad- ., U . is Horion x Co., iind J, j a. t.r visors liave ordered a road . . c Uio Sisiu Cruz north of 4 . i .i.bt.ck id very active in tbe . " ihere is ,-joud demand, bat Ik-rod for b2:i. i - A. Knox, formerly a resident ' , s i, vsm iti:ootly murriou in Los , . si' .Mihj Co.-eile lltirper, of that jir'-'KiiRs couirioatcd n very x jircripticii of Jude llry- i 'i'Uizj iiiiues to sbo columns of ; am s;atkers cas baa iccupied It . r 9 atteution nil day. An .ud jury wi...

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. — 29 August 1885

Weekly Citizen. BATUEDAY AUG. 29, 1BS5 LOCAL NKiT.S. is letters of bis ItisEsiaihatHcm.n Bisley practising law in Treko, California. Col. Geo. S. Kobinson lins returned from the San Antonio mines in Sonora. The White House ia being put in condition to receive o new stock o! good?. L. M. Brown, formerly of Tucson, is now in the Magdalenn mining district, New ilesico. Mrs. Dr. Crepin, who has been in the east, is expected back nbout a week or ten days from now. IL Meyer this afternoon. The yellow fever is quite prevalent in .Mnr.aHnn. Oil. H UB5 HOI yei renuueu more northern points. This was a cool day, comparatively, with occaaional alight hhowers, vory re freshing and acceptable. The wife and family of Judge "W. J. Oaborn returned this morning from a summer's visit to California. Marcus Katz has applied for of administration on the estate brother Arvy Katz, deceased. It is stated that John P. Clnm has resigned, us postmaster in Tombstone and will revive the Epitaph in that city Abou...

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. — 5 September 1885

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZENt 1 01, XV TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 5, lflBS. NO. 33. vlxktjy citizen. n pRiiiis ?$Mm Co. .cSHtirr b;ow. aiv: st.xi.no kates: , r.rt naertiun.... ........... . eac It satn-ojopnt insertion... 3 m . 1 75 25 125 OFFICE : Corn !" riinrcli ami IViiniiigton Sts. Ir .j .iJ "it 'me or '-e Star to natou ;;a readers with the news that the epidtinic in Spain. 4U" niom thoi o( the Citizen into jpJo seem! to hnve hit the Star (. bv tl e way ho flutters. r :i. is in Washington, and is re- j t have rnocined h!a desire to ' ri-iRU portfolio, and is willing I ' i re-t. Is- fl t despair of his ever getting m any other intiucer, tho pop - ' .'V-.n L. Sullivan will be put ou c r r ver.ne stamp. 5 ..T!;r Whitney will have the 1 st-iies naval vessels newly pa - r a 1 whitewashed before the gov---f t begins to mate grimaces at ' : i Ch-. Is: L me Star aspires to bo tho Pall 'J... G.ztto of El Paso, and it r.n : s that its sleees are rolled up j.-j. ...

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