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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 5 September 1885

Weekly Citizen. r SSPT;-5i lSSfH The troops aro being massed at Guad alupe eafion to wait for Geronimo and his braves to die. The Starts worried over the Cmzss editorial stuff and asserts that it has nine contributing editors. Justice com pels us to say that the only editorial contributor of the Star is the shears. The Star unconsciously pays us genuine compliment in comparing tbo modest prods from, our faber to the sledge-hammer blows of "nine contnbu- tine editors. We doff our sombrero in acknowledgment. AMosn the great pressure of his ofS oial dutief, General Crook found.time to attend the circus at Benson, in company with Gov. Torres, of Sonora. The Gen eral had not enjoyed such a pleasant di rsraion ainonit became positively known that Geronimo had safely reached Mex ican soil. The Globe-Democrat publishes aoine of the Citizen's editorials a few duye beforo they appear in the columns of our esteemed ootemporary. Stnr. Again tbo Star compliments the Cm cek fabsr, who has not eve...

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. — 5 September 1885

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, SEir. a is8o LOCAL NEWS. OUR .NORTHERN' NEIGHBORS. Short 1). A. S an ford has returned from his visit to Cnhforno. Jas. Finley is up from Ilarshaw, on bnsiuMa hdu pleasure. Supervisor .iinnsieia uas gone ovor the ner road to San 103 ro to inspect it. S. O. Lewis i down from Florence ou n little paear and business combined. Wm Florsheim 13 expected to return from the eastern markets about next Sunday- jli's Helena Go'd scbmi.it has gone to sata xv to visit tue idtnuy 01 Mr. Ijolf Staab. Tha school trustee give notico that ,-. public schools will will open on 31 .3 jay, September 14. rt-.o Rf cord-Epitaph thinks Tomb acs b abundant first-class material 6 sazerao iviuc cino. Tje new paper at Pinal the Record -v "1 appear :ext week, with Fred R. as editor and proprietor. Ml5!. Loo Qoldichmidt, B. 0. Par- ;;r uni Chas. M. Strauss left to-day for s frcLt, at uuadulupo canon. T)r-a Harmon and family have re- iirucl from a vfoit to the shores of the tS, lag Pacific...

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. — 5 September 1885

gjjin.i i m-iim 11 ' - - " w imnnimjat iiibii 1 1 nn ii 1 1 urn ii 111 umbmww ij-ui- l """'ti' . t .....- I i -, I rlltlkirtiir 1 I I Weekly citizen. SATURDAY SFFT. 5, less LOCAL XE1YS. Tha Fiests is flourishing nnd tho Park is crowded nightly. Th HonJnmber term of tho district court commencea on September Uh, W. L Perry" has added several vcrj stylish bnegies, from an Ohio inannffic- tory, to ma uverj- oumi. Al CI Bernard went to San Carlos to day, to cell sugar and calico and Mch to to the bloody Apaches. 0. G. Gillett, who ia mininfr near Cl abasap, nnd his wifnnnd child who are with him, are all reported sick with fever, in camp... - Frank Hereford left for San Carlos this morniaff for a month of huntinc He did'Hot state what ho would be hunting after. Eooms are being prepared in tho Al ilrich block, on Pennington street, for Mr. .MrJj. 8. Williams who will reside in the citybreafter. ' m Some of the depot officials gave n very pleasant -social .near.the railroad last evening, 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. — 12 September 1885

ARIZONA WEE CITIZEN. V , -kly Citizen Prating; & PfllilisIilD2 Co ' UKRBKHT HKOWS, iinf&l Manager. TWMS : ADrrcnsi.NO bates: -t insertion...... 523 ci,.!iubeiui.'nt insertion..... I2S OFFICE : f mif r Clmrcli and Pennington Sts. - Mexican portion of the citizeni - .j a pnrpose celebrating the dBy L,. National independence Sept , becoming style. rv Morgan received quit a se . .nd from a San Francisco -" .turdny, for the personally . .t in whioh be treated Lib ,-nts, in bis brief. It was f Col. Morgan's character- .s of legal warfare, for which -.oioriety it gives hint. . iasf.etsea a desire to knock . ji the broad shoulder of . in tLe conceit that she one of her sea. tubs and .1; country. She has gone ;ih in impertinence', nnd ,s half inclined to open the :-'jJ opportunity to box her arc some half a dozen villain- a , uts being printed in the press :ted States that purport to be , s 1 f the murderer Walter H. 1 jixwell. As a rule an impres i a cork would look quite as a pi.pe...

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. — 12 September 1885

Weekly" Citizen. SATURDAY - SEPT. 12, 188T. Is tho light of Austria's conduct toward Keiley as a representative of the present administration, it ha? better be declared an "offensive partisan" and tnrned oat. Ir some of our contemporaries will now make the seasonable announcement that tho backbone of the hot weather ha3 been broken, we will promptly sec ond the motion with a dull-sickening-thud voice. The City Council have been too busy with new dog complications to fix the rate of city taxation. They havo post poned that duty until Friday night when the dogs will probably be nearly all choked on fish bones. Ohio is just now suffering from the law of compensation. For years it has held up a proud head and sailed along on tho wen of prosperity without a rip ple of adversity. This yeiir the calamity of an exciting election has so sooner uroicen out than a tornado sweeps across the state, carrying destruction in its path. Verily the Lord chasteneth thoso whom he loveth. chiefly by the ...

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. — 12 September 1885

EKKLY CITIZEN. f.TL-BllAY' - SEP P. 12. 1S85 LOCAL XKWS. i tbc day Ihe o''1 snn Cot eclip- ; ,tj!y, down nenr Australasia. V 1 I'niutor ci.u find employ ",,v njiplwutf to 5Ir- Armstroujf, ? . "a li'ek- . B. Beaumont, 4th cavalry, 'v'tfc "ranted n Mck lenro of ob j .fifteen day. .. arv in the case or tho Territory T lad I'adilla for grand larceny, t ju a verdict of iruilty. waru Drew, oi tomusione, uieu in - m Monday evcuiup, of Typho- --al fever. He wuh n member of ' ' -uts of Pythias nud of tho A. O. ,iin Rmnd dance in llnrshaw . -jiv mht which goes on re- - ""j ..of the most notable social ti ia the history of that excellent T l;te House oi o .inff io-day was .tja end the new establishment need with fair patrons eager for . w . Hancock and Hon. R. J3. - " i riienii, arrived here thismorn asicess connected with the liti- " ar the Phenix mine. liaiaation of tho parties im ".eJ in tbe Huachuca Biding car still in progre-s before Court ' - .Jir K. D. Ferguson. A C. Baker, of Phenir, i...

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. — 12 September 1885

WEEKLY" CITIZEN. FATUKDAY SEPT. 12, 1SS5 LOCAL XKWS. W. B. Groscclo?e, Wells Furco i CoV nfjont. Las returned from his California visit much impiovcd in health. Nest Taewlny there will be n total eclipse of the eats, visible only ou the Southern Fccifio ocean. Tivo thousand dollars worth of co& dust is produced monthly in Ynma co-.utv, nil by dry washing. Benub licui. Aaateur marksmen.while target nhoot izg in Thenix, manure to hill about nil tbc cowa that etray in the vicinity of their target. A little daughter of Hon. 0. T. Hay deu, died at Tempe. Maricopa county lust "Wednesday. She was two and one half years of age. The Casa Grande Voice notes the ar rival of the large timbjrs for the Flor ence bridge. Visa. English is hauling them from the railroad to the river. Hev. F. V,T. Dawns, of East St Louis. Im been engaged as pastor ot the M. E. chnrch in this city. He has just mar ried and will bring his bride with him. The Methodist Episcopal Conference will maet ia this city com...

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. — 19 September 1885

ARIZ WEEKL CITIZEN. TUCSON, PIMA roUXTV. ARIZONA TERPt.TORY, SATURDAY SEPTEMBEIUH. 1885 . XO. 35. i-ekly Citizen. ...ien Priitias & PuMsbiGs Co MKS8EKT BKUWN. t Tt inertHi .c'.i ssbwxiceat insertion. ism -.2 00 1 IS OFFICE: Church anil Pennington SLs -t'i sentence of Kiel has been J and nothing will now save j raying the extreme penalty of -enous fact to joke about, bnt s r.oae the less observable, that '.-1 Bisbee miners were nearly ' mouth. :i Tribune notes the singu- it of the members of the Baf- f Irish English. Mr. English I Mr. Irish is English. .us from the dispatches that :.. .ongo cannibals now hare .t- blood in their vein6 than be- rested and ate some of the of the African associa . . L.zid canning Bismarck ex - r. -lit hand and gives Alfonso suake, with the conciliating "the question is too trivial .. the friendship existing be- .:a and Germany," while his 1 1 ..-titens its grip upon poor .: ,'f Journal The Arizona desire to get rid of their .. bi glad to learn that 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. — 19 September 1885

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY SEPT. 19, 1885 The Mexicans celebrated their day of national independence iu a style worthy of that grand occasion. l'liosi the best information yet re ef iveJ oue must bewilderiugly exclaim, "(Jeronimo is dead: long live Oeron-imo!" Tun bouucz.i mill is separating the precious metals from the ore in a grati 11) las manner and the bars of bullion will very soon begin to go forward with regularity end surprising rapidity. A MORKisa contemporary make a If the ceremonies of the Fourth of very lame argument in support of its July and the Sixteenth of September position that the acts of tba Territorial could be conducted upon one grand oc- -Lreguuature of Aniona are nt t laws casion, it is possible that the peoplo of until approved by action of Congress Tucson would not be permitted to for-1 ana quotes a paragraph from the or-1 get the occasion of a Fourth of July game act of rew Mexico, made applies- celebration. ble to Arizona, which actually reverses m mil B&a...

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. — 19 September 1885

weekly Citizen. SEP1'. 19, 18S5 LOCAL XEYS. J,t Sheriff P.P. ; i.ts city. t Innis is in totiu . .. V. A. Hancevk i ajjaio in the ., r a I'uuuix. i , rllnloneyis in town from a long E jra ia 1'henir. ..: C. StrliRmanii got homo on Satur fr. va a long absence in California. Fiuley, cf Phenix, came in this Trott, of Phenix. from the Ace . W end is registered at the ' ton is to have tin office of "Wells, - A" CoV express with H. Ii. Smith V - j 11. B. Todd and a party of friends v.rfrom Pneuix this morning, on J. , .js.nes. , v U- J- D- Irwin, U. S. A. has j 'tCteJ to proceed to San Frau j public business. v, -j Howe ha reMirneJ from Ochoa-rc-Mitned his old position in - e uf 1. Snyder. City Council bnve fixed the rate t-xe-at sixty cent? on each one d loliars Tuluation. I I- Jl C"st '3 aw passing through -rtry process preparatory to eu- , i judicial millstones. i strict Court met to-day and " .:l calendar. A venire for trial V r.; a s also ordered to issue. i. .zg to the ntiFalo condit...

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. — 19 September 1885

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY . SKIT. 19, 18S.". LOCAL NCWS. The mill at the Southern Boll mine is completed. Hiss Lillie Anderson is in the city from the Qaijotoas. A. D- Otis expects to return to Tnc son m r. slwrt time. Judge Warnor Earll and rifo hove re turned from a visit to California. Leieta Chalmers, inspector of the De partment o' Justice, has returned cost. Au old winter an-1 artist named Por ter died in Tombstone yesterday morn ing. The case of the Territory vs. Chin Linn was given to the jury at one o'clock this afternoon. To-morrow is the properday for peo ple to refrain from the popular occupa tion of doing no work, and go to church. Tlte waters from the abundance in (he Cieanga just now, have made the lit tleRtlli to creek utmost au impassable rivr. The delayed train for the east got off at half past one o'clock this afternoon, and the west bound train wos coming on timo up to the washout. Frank Oury, srn of Deputy Collector VT. S. Oury,ha3 roiuraed to San Fran cisco to c...

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. — 26 September 1885

ARI ZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. ill, XV TUCSOX. PIMA COUNTY", ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 20. 1085 XO. 3U. XKLY CITIZEN. t :ja ?mw & PoMsliiog Co. HKRSKHT ItUOWN. (ieai'ral .Mnajr. TEKKK : .VI.VtKTIHl.VH EATkS: : rst inMrtiua its nUMib-iueatiBrtion..... 115 OFFICE : -:. r Church and Pennington Sis. I macrats seem to bo more wor- fne Rspublioans over lbs i..cu PffsiJeot Ol-iveload iCfiKffl iaoVeBK-Ut. 1 01 Yp, over which Ger- a.u a.e wringhug, in u very ui. country. Tbe natives are "ff with consumption. e apparent tliut Geu. Miles -1 L'uru tho lay of tho land iu i of his department uoy be rb 'il by hostile Apaches, and -. making u personal mspectioD i .jit Bayard nud the vicinity of l is being agitated in Now i minuting CoL Fred Grant for of State. 1: is thought that -I in which the Grant faintly is state will make it au easy .- him nod bring him n hand rsement. w fever is increasing with -Didity al Guayiaas. The issmla humid atmosphere ,e jiap; into a vigorous . .i.irattriue ...

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. — 26 September 1885

Weekly Citizen. SATUP.DAY . SEPT. -2fl, 18S5 AavXAt from Tucson to thoQmjotoas would accomodate the freight businofis of that section. Like the Prescott water works, it would bo complete s noeess if water could be bad. Prusidbxt Clevelamj is down vl work, and ho will supplement the pres ent meteorological disturbance with p sleeping political eqnncctial fetorm whose penetrating dampnesB will fall upon the heads of the just as well as the unjust. Fbom the offensive odor that stalks forth from the savory precincts of Maid euliane, and the apparent inability of the authorities to repress it, we incline to the opinion that it speaks in a very dead language which is not understood by them. Fuexxx newspapers are agitating' the question of the establishment of a fruit Ginnery at that place. That is one of the natural industries of Phenix and there is no good reason why Salt River valley should not supply the whole Ter ritory with cannedfruits. Tnnnn jb trouble among the Iheuix Chinamen, gr...

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. — 26 September 1885

,:kly Citizen. 'AY, - SEPT. 2G, 1SS5 LOCAh NHVTS. is m from American .tioted at - lo-uay in A RLAZE. - - tw on the war path, . iu pace." I Liicey has relumed from an our through the eastern . I iropc. - , ,-Jitor of th- California V. v. cate, relumed to Cali- .fUrUOOB. . Silver Holt announces the , .. .i,;Lter to tbe wife of Chas. u September 18th. i a A considered any great I'ountry until Lo baa en , of tbe Calabasas fever. v be dull, but at "TheSeo- - mind or business is so, -,listt cider, tbo only in the biz lively. ,-ngr.tor VTetemoro snys tbe .: uic That's where the poo Advantage over tbe rain - already. White, one of tbe largest of V . nien of Cochise county, Vrlay and loft this nftor - '.lielo. : Vt was suddenly recalled 's telegram to-uny, and be coraiielled to relin- - Iviition services upon . ;.s 'will hereafter receive ..ciaco fatook quotations n, up to ifao closing of . ,.e order cot in too late :a to-day. ; Kowartb A- Veach, roer Lv .ivt rami cattlemen owning ', Gil, nr...

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. — 26 September 1885

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY SEPT. 2G, lSS.r IrOCAL NEWS. from the the Snperyhwc TVttaworth i in Qijtoe. Wild tineas art- quite plentiful in (Joromif sioner Fraak M. liirph is in AlbtuiuerqtM. Hon. V. J. 1b, of Grubnm county, m iu the city. MtMljiSlte Anderson Las gone to San Francisco on q visit. The etago fare from riieoii to brcs cot. bus bet-1) reduced to Srlo. Deputy Marshal Dnnavan was jn Tonbatoae on Wednesday. Jh Fort Lowell reservation would tat.ke a good site for the University of Artisans. Dr. E. O. Chamberlain, known in Tuc bob nud Ofilabasr.?, died last week at Cfttwbt. Mendel Meyer will leave Santa Mon M on Oetober la1 i- Tn"nn and TombVtoGe. 'flic r.:: roads v i.i The bcii-'sw o? ro&nit -.a running i.t a ereat velocity tinder a very heavy pressure, just now. Lieutenant J. 11. Hichards, jr., came up from Iluacbaca ye-terdiy awl will re main here 11 few day t. AL Barnard will re-open bin keco name in Congress Hall to-night, witb premiums Hying iu the air. Jndcre Fitzger...

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. — 3 October 1885

ARIZ ONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL XV TUCSON, PL V COUNTY", ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY OCTOBER 3. 1885. NO. 37. WEEKLY CITIZEN. I:; Citizea Printios & PoWisWsg Co HLRUEliT 1JHUWX, (isseral Manager. - ir JS Ol - .!..: ho . . ..... 2 00 MntJi 1 (XI ADVaRTISINO RATas: , i i.ir'. hrt insertion , jure, each wibwqsent insertion. .... 1 23 OFFICE : ( .irncr Clmrcli anil Pennington Sis. sax 15. Anthony is tha thread tha . vs antiquity with thn present age, r. cultivation of the castor beau in 1 ? mt i unuer uiscussion. xuere are less good profits to be made iuthe ,try, but tbe conditions necessary 1 cultivation will also nroduco very f'm's that can be made to take , of those now imported. . - Democratic coaventicn of New t.-.3 given Governor Hill, the t incumbent of the gubernatorial , a very nattering endorsement by i.nating hini with a ballot of 33S f '10 votes. The Republican nom- , Ir . Davenport, will have au up Hill r i gn, but be is capable of tnrmount c formidable obstacles thnn 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. — 3 October 1885

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY OCT. 3, lSSS J The fact that the Wisconsin state treasury contains the snu,: liltle balance of STCj,0-21 has stimulated tho Democrats to extra exertions to ntlniinister upon it. Tun almanacs arranged for Arizona say," About t'uis time lok out for Apache troubles." And the almanacs are based upon tho lessons taucht by experience. A rnw dozen more innocent settlers may be murdered by tho Apache hos tile?, bat it will bo comforting to know that the water holes are safely held down. The miners about tho Quijotoas hav 6hown their faith in the mines upon which they are working, by purchasing as much of the stock as their limited means will permit. Tnn most acceptable appliances for civilized warfare are those designed to produce the mo&t savage and brutal de struction of life. The progress upwards and downwards :s in like proportion. The explicit directions for extracting the salt from mackerel teems to occupy the attention of the press. About every three mout...

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. — 3 October 1885

AVEEKXY CITIZEN. OCT. 3, 1885 LOCAL NEWS. ie fashion now furnishes meals for ta.-iity-fivo cents. The Tombstone kuven in leavening tie u. acd h. P-,u "nu inJiA tl. G. Berry, of Tombstone, in n t-e city, uttendmt; coart. do ilerer has fresh tlfch every Tues . .... j .. . , J-V ftL'U U JU'vt uuu iiciu meats an lue II. II. Richardson has cone east to' ,fc after the estnte of a deceased Dnsi- partner. Batter i threatened with an advanced The merchants could sell more ,'ttcr by RivinR fu" weight lolls. Tbs IVerles mill has becuo the ship--"of balhon through Well.s Fargo t r'-'the limt lot being worth about The days are cooling quite percopt- tl the bsckbono of tho hot wenth .'s been oinbnlnied, for use next i.et'jew of Geu. D. K. Ward well has ,ved m Tombstone to locate. The jt-aer-l s 6ti11 ia Washington hunting , -rcbnient. ...ere has not been a new smelter . .et ida.-tel in this city for a whole Jfe . hat's the matter with lncson'a - vrw.al enterprise? 11. A. Packard, Wm. Knle, J. jj ...

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. — 3 October 1885

!St "-W3a WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATUBDAY ic liOCAL NEWS. tOWU ffiilM his Sar.tn S. Hall iq CatBlina mines. Uernabo 0. Uricbtn, oUitur or tbo No rjalea Frontier, is in tbo cily. lion. O. 0. Doan, Arizona's delcpito to Concress, is now in Denver, Colorado. Ben C. Parker Las returned from n trip to the front, ut Guadalupe canon. Mr. Leo Goldscbmidt Las returned lionio from a visit to Gundalnpo cnuon. Your city and county taxes nro due. "Walk up to the Collector's office-and buy your receipt. Albert titeiufeld bus jrono to Denver for u visit of several weekn and will bring Mrs. Steiufeld borne with biin. A syndicate of foroifin capitalist are said to be necotiotini; with Conrad 3Iun- delius for bis Excelsior brewery war Silver lake. The Lexington Mables eport fconie very dagbme "turnouts and 3Ir. Perry is addme to hi3 atock the lhiest roadsters to be found in tbo country. Thoso who do not got k glimpse of the star of Bethlehem during its present visit will have to wait ISH years for an other ...

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. — 10 October 1885

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. ..-t -rtr ' ' . , Uli A V TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY OCTOBER 10, mi weekly Citizen. Tii3 Citizen Priatins & PoLlisMog Co. HGBSEUT UltOWN, Itsnerai jiaiiaijer. TtBMS : r.,. r - 1 to 0 ADV4ETISIN0 BATES: ?vt !nrtion iVJiri ' , ............. j ijie.etchscbeurnt insertion... . 1 OFFICE : Corner Church and Pennington Sts. The grand jury has summoned Ge .3S;a0 for an official inquiry into his in career. Qts. Cbook wiil Battle the Apache ctioa. his admirers say, but the proof ' tie pa Ming has been a bitter string 3; tLe ptopie 10 cuew. An Apacue . ? - i .s. fji'p 'ald oe a raro curiosity at mm t Ltf -dquarters. Tbe Star is f nil or insinuation upon 5,tte tuat should remain secret with a znbers of the U. S. grand jury. T;e oa- Ji a mRY 08 Bsked, of which i jjj g'aui jurymen did it obtain sur reptitious hints?. It was a kindly spirit of friendabip lit prompted one of the members of :ieCn:ted States grand jury to mti site t) aa attache of the...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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