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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 10 October 1885

Weekly Citizen., SATURDAY OCT. 10, l8Sn ItESIONATIOX Or GOV. TlttTLE. Governor F. A. Tritle last Wednesday forwarded to tho President, through Secretary Lamer. Lis resignation as Governor of Arizona. TLo Governor has taken this action tor tho reason that ns the present condition of tho Territory in several respects, notably tho protection of citizens who reside in localities Yrhere they are exposed to nt tack from marauding bands of hostile Apaches, requires greater protection than can be given by the Territorial au thorities, owing to the fact ihBt no ap propriations whatever have been made for the payment of tbo necessary ex penses of tho militia forces which he might desire to place in the field. At Tombstone tho efforts of Governor Tritle to place a email number of men iu active service, to be paid by acceptance by the Territorial authorities cashed by citizens of that place, was a signal failure, and tho Governor was com pelled, after organizing a cavalry com pany of frontiersm...

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. — 10 October 1885

"Weekly Citizen. SAfUKUAY, 001". 10, 18S5 la A new plank walk is btsinp built from tbe Sau Anior Hotel west toward Pen aiuCtuQ elreet, W. M. Lovell, Eq., was appointed as sistant U. b. district attorney to-day sad took tue oaiii or oince. Toe 1103. annuel isrannan camo up frjm X ales jestetday, and is stopping at tho Urana oeutraL The iii3t from tbo work of tbe ijrad ers on the Calaiaaaa railroad tilled tbe streets and ejes this morning. Tue Globe smelter proJaoed 216 tons ur pu JpperdanuK tbe month of Sep- -r, tud ouver ueu Bays. Mr. H. A. Gonld, tbe Hercules powder scent etartei on u uu-iiness mp thi ianjiiu, t i bj undent several days. G7. F A. r:Ia aad H ia F. IL Ains irrivjiia tae otty lust evening . vjt trc jscait tun afternoon bftuty and intelligence ot Tomb- ftJsbiS b.'en uacntno-ieJ hero to net a-itrut jurjrs tu the D. 3. ourt now in te.ion. D "puv U. S. Marshal Kolton left for Cjoaise county to day with a venire for th.tty six trial jurors, returnable Wed nesday- Tfce S-'o...

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. — 10 October 1885

WEEKLY CITIZENt 14' SATURDAY . OCT. 10, 1SST LOCAL XWTS. Somebody oucbt to put a special de livery Btnmp on Oeronimo. Too Tucson militia will not bo call ed upon to take the field ia the presexit campaign. Licat J. K. Rtcbnrda, Jr., has been appointed recruitinn fBcer at Fort Huaobnca. Ridgily Tildcn, of Tom3tone. ivill bare cli&ire of tbe Pbtnix Gasette dur ing Fuir week. Lieut. S. L. Faiaon bas relieved Capt Enirac: Crawford in coinraaud of tbe company of Indian sconU. Tbe dnst was thick this morning. Tbe wind uod the dirt were bavinc a sort of parrot and monkey time. Pedro Auirre bas removed bta stage office to ttio office of L. ti. Williams, on Congress street, opposite tbe Pioneer Book etore. Tbo Commercial Club will have tbeir customary "b p" on next Monday nigbt. All members nra requested to attend vritb tbetr ludy friends. Lieut. James Parker, Fourth Cavalry, ban been appointed recruiting ollicer ui Fort Aputue, relieving Lieut. James Lockett, Fourth Covulry. Tombstone 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. — 17 October 1885

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN VOL TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, AltlZOXA TERRITORY, SATURDAY OCTOBER 17, 1085. NO. Of weekly Citizen. n Citizen Printing: & PnWisliIns Co. eisnera! Manager. IS m . "i 10 1 00 t "i :: AUvruTisiso bates: nn-t insertion...... 225 ' -rf , each sabqnent insertion. 125 OFFICE : CoTT.tr Chnreh and Pennington Sis. jyfnssiVE partisans are ripe. "What r " ue harvest be ? . .r. w the Ohio election will tnke . T T.1T 1 . 1. . 1 . 1 iK.ii'uuiel ulu"1 Hlu utJ eiecieu 1 Governor Hoadly. 7:5.1 uJeed the fall of the year, r",P ""ill be particularly notice- it.'- p ditical headsman's basket 7e Francisco Examiner thinks jt -i -i-'renco to tbe scourge, the jf Spain should be changed to 7E bilie! is gaining ground that Gen-j-Cr -t ,s waging the present Indian jiir3:3 1 the best of his ability, but s jl! -f is not at all complimentary 1.5 -". -ty- T.:ebe rast be an impending parrot el 3' -ei" 'mo n no democratio i.l?thst inspires the Star to exclaim: Wien rues fall ont just men get da...

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. — 17 October 1885

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY . OCT. 17, 1SSJ) TnE Democratic defeat -irr Ohio is easily and rationally explained. There are not so many blanked fools tbere this yenr. OHIO. Dariaf: the past four ears the elec tions in Onio have shown wnne very curious results, which may bs partly ex plained by the introduction of local is 8U63 into the polilioal campaigns. In 1831, tbe vote for trovernor stood, 312, 785 Kepubiiean; 2S3.-126 Democratic, 0,330 rrohititiop, givioK a Republican pluralty of '2i.toO. la the olection for Secretary of State cave 297.G50 Republican; 31C.S74 Democratic; 12,202 Prohibition, a Demo cratic plurality or 19,115. In 1533, tho vote for Governor stood, 317,104, Republican; 859,703 -Democrat-ic; 8,312 Prohibition, n Democratic plu rality of 12,039. lhe eame candidates for governor were in the field then ns now. Last yecr the October election gave for Secretary of State 391,590 Republi can, 350,275 Democratic and 9,557 Pro hibition, a Republican plurality of 11, 718. The N...

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. — 17 October 1885

aveekly Citizen. OCT. 17, 1885 LOCAL XEYS. t g& advancing n pric? in Cali fcrnia. th weather warmed up nicely this raornioj:. to:nr Coxa's leave of absence lias jeo extended for ten days. The Mammoth mill sends along its i ijncks with refreshing regularity. jte bullion shipments from this city jff growing if uuuiuct uiu iwiuuo very -RptJ'i- Mr Lonerfran, of the firm of Loner- -. A- Holmes is expected to return in a jay or two. Tobn H. Fitcb. recently editor of the Yams Sentinel, is now connected with ,le rbenix Herald. jt jj ramored that Judge John Hrse3 ba9 porchased the Tnos. Fitch foce, on Military plaxa. J, S. Harding 11 erecting a neat cot- tire on 1 enmuK'uu nireet, near me IffiJesee ot Mr. Thomas Cordis. Tne properties about the corners of 5.-iae Avenu and Congress street and jliiden Lane are bein generally im- rrov T- Arizona Sentinel, of Yuma, is a Rj-anoi; and very readable news. n?e its absorption of thelle- j-- C-binet saloon is a very hand le ) tastefully arranged r...

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. — 17 October 1885

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY OCT. 17, 18S5 Chief Jastico Sumner Howard will bo in Phenix daring Fair week. Tho Dietrict Court for Mancopa county will meet in Fbonix next Mon day. Sam Plntt, O. S. Shotwell nnd S. Marks, nil of Logan city, are in the city. John Hanlon, the builder, who for merly residod in this city, is now visit- ins Tombstone. Graham county has twelve! prisoners j in its jail nwoitiug tbe opening of tbe I tbe District Court. Tho furnace of tho Arizona Copper company at Clifton are to be illumi nated with electric lights. D. L. Snyre has sold bis interest in tbe Clifton Clarion to bis partner, J. T. Eitzgerold, uud retired from tho paper. Paul Moroney, Sr, ia convalescing from n quite f evere epell of Bickuese. His friends hope to tea him out in a few days. Prof. J. G. Ililzinger will lecture ou Moral Training at the Commercial College roome, commencing at 8 o'clock to-night. "V. L. Gaston, city auditor and re corder of Tombstone, bus been indicted for embezzlement, and ...

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. — 24 October 1885

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY OCTOBER 21, 1085. -- - BBWMM BSBaSBBBSBBBa f . NO. to. aVkekly Citizen. 5 Citizen Frinfins & PoMisMne Co 11 HEBBEKT BKOW.N. Uener&l Manager. r , the JJ. u"- AI)TETINI0 rates: ti m . 200 . 1 00 v UTfiiurmiuu.... ............. si o iaare, each t-abeequent insertion 13 OFFICE : Corner Church and Pennington Sts. (.(1VKBSOB ZDLICK. U rl3 be truly said, without dispar- .cit to the nouiues ana qualihca .! the numerouj other aspirants .position, that President Cleve- nd a TerJ wlse 8Dd Jndicious ap , jtsect in assigning Col. 0. Meyer to Arizona as its Governor. The "ct e ' ''overnor Tritle surely falls ,5 rtby rbouldere, and our people t fc- csagratulated upon their Rood Miae m having an executive who is v abreast the times in progress and -er?nse, and one whose partisan affili- ic Jjee not warp his good judgment - ris'iaence his public duties. As we vt -sven to understand, he will be Gov v - of Arizonu, and no...

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. — 24 October 1885

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY . OCT. 24, 18S5 Geksuai. Chook is now nt Whipple Bnrrncke. Gerouiino is well, n&kthe General where he is. Amzona's delegate tc Congress, Hon. G. C. Bean, has srarted for Washington, 1). C, to prepare himself to battle for the interests of the Territory. Gov. Zcxick promises permanent re lief from our Indian troubles. We pin cerely hope his promise is propbetio and its realization will follow closely upon it expression. If tho OThon Error would discard f-hoe pens and mud, and use type and ink instead, one could occasionally read its contents. The copy usually received nt this office is practically illegible and tlw neraon wno would call it a news paper is open to indictment for perjury. We merely throw out the hint: Why not nave me editor or tno btar ap pointed United States Attornev for Arizona? He was once our Attorney General and he acquired coasiderable notoriety, even if honors did not fall as thickly about him us leaves in Vnlainbro- sa strewn- 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. — 24 October 1885

aveckly CITIZEN. j.UtUAY. - - O0124,18S5 " LOCAL XEVTS. ia flallnban, who is now in l'henix, JZsjae the happy possessor of the JLa plnmaKod rooster exhibited by a ,fl,a Indian. " jniaes 15. Simpson was bo happy this AcisK that he guve hia customers 1 twenty ounces of meat to the pound. ewss''r nil tbis extravagance was ,lttle danchter that came to his I Veen Monday, Oct. 19th. IJ. T. Sims exhibited some very fine -ncrted cattle and bogs at the Phenix vV t',ock hs 11 vlue t from t- Yi ( per head. Among his f'f.e!'" bB9 one t-tallion valued at ' m l'is blooded btock is h11 doing f- si.i'J" BUd he has built up a fortunes '' rcnguDretib. r - s N. Jump, under indictmeDt at Sit ,ae for perjury, and under S1000 to uppear for trial, has applied - t jtr 'nymic in a practical and literal 7 -la "umped his bail. The bonds. ""xtb are called upon to make good r,"1 8.-30"' a'e, L. Sohoeu field, Jos. ' r A. Jrortlouis and Judge Hob ly t-e recent lire at Logan City, "vt? Murks lo t, according to tbe...

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. — 24 October 1885

. ' I Yuma Ttpiui. JKHUXTm a1Biani'vA I Yuma Sentinel I Weekly citizen. SATURDAY OCT. 24, 1885 LOCAL SETTS. Adjutant General M. H. Sherman haa returned to Phenix. Albuquerque has just experienced its first froat of the Beasou. 1L C Ilooker, of Sierra Bonito, has gone to California. Lieut. Kobt, II. Noble, First Infantry, will return to Fort Bowie to-morrow. There were no documents filed for record with the County iteooroer w day. Hugh White nnd family of Benton. havo taken rooms 01 .uuss no uu Church at. ah..i iroMnn lpfl far Los Anaeles yesterday, to spend a few weeks amonj? the nnseiu. iiau TiVo ilia mmmnrainl traveler whose equal is yet unborn if success counts, is in me city. The Calabasaa railroad bonds haTe been nil signed and sealed, and are now ready to be plicea in escrow. lNc. tintiilnxl inline flfB IB bplllt? chipped from the vicinity of the San Aavier mine, X'lma district. "When the local hoodlums get hold of n tenderfoot sucker, they take him around town and cry out "we...

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. — 31 October 1885

ARIZONA WEEKLY (TrlZEN. 0L TUCSON, PIMA OOCTT, ARIZONA TERRITORY. S A Trim A v nnrnirep a, inn, vn . . i - . . I . - EEKLY CITIZEN. I: Citizen Printis: l PoIsMde Co. JlttliBttKT II1IUWS, (jnornl ainnnger. r Months AiivF.irriNi.vu uatib: ..irt mt inwrtitm IB 00 i cm S ,-iaro, each sutn-Miaeot insertion. OFFICE : f. nier Church ami Penuington Sis. 223 125 ; l Presi dent has opened the sates to 1). -nocrats nud is turning out the i i t i ; .Lnicaus hh wist ns no can mase now .n-.taents. Tbe present U. S. grand , cm n 'W adjourn an 1 go home. i - nt w railroad linn from the Atlnu t , Pup. fie road to San Diego will bo f I opened nbotit November 15th, , . - a or four miles of track re W laid, and tbe completion of L.-uy trestles, and by tbe time :J tbe whole line will bo in . r v.orking condition. A change " ! .. table will tbeu be arranged nnd - .b trains from Kansas City to San will-be ran. A largo excursion bist'ij, .Kansas City and otber - -tswill celebrate tbe opening of the ' .r-Ti...

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. — 31 October 1885

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY OCT. 31, 1885 Try: young ladies regard caramels as good court plaster. A new ecbexne for the drainage ot aiexico is being ncitated. The scheme even extends to the Mexican treasury. President Cleveland willl proba bly await the returns from New York before issuing his proclamation for the national Thanksgiving. An exchange says the original name of Massachusetts was " Land of Codfish." And cultured Boston is the hub ot the codfish aristocracy! Dakota bachelors have let it become known that they want wives, and ten thousand henpecked husbands in the east, with unexampled generosity, have simultaneously offered theirs. ot Tnr. kind of reform the present ad ministration is indulging in demands i faithful protection of the interests influential Democrats, rather than an honest performance of duty, by an Bp- pointed oflicial. Tnn California Chinese are trying to make the industrial pursuits unpleasant for the whito men and are using their best efforts to turn 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. — 31 October 1885

,1 ill Weekly Citizen. REMOVALS FROM THE I1EXCH. LOCAL XEVTS. B. Ilellinffa and his brother, d-ss-J. noW f!s'1e 'a Oasa Qrande. in V. J. Doberty returned on Sun- v njorninc from a visit to California. n- Goo. P. Johnston, n Globe pbysi- OOT. 31, 1885 " '' President leal l'ouer to IJeiio.e b Territorial .Ju.li.-i-. 18. F. IW. The sharp letter of areseeu oy rresiaent Cleveland to the prominent jjemocratic politician who uuu inuueeu him by bis recommends- tinn I Tm . . nH 1 . . . ""o-c nu improper juuiciai ap pointment, gives rite not only to wide successors aro appointed and final. ified." The Revised Statues of the United States provide that "During any recess of the Senate the President is authorized, in his discretion, to suspend any civil officer appointed by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, ex cept judges of the courts of the United States, until the end of the next session of the Senate." As suspension is in re ality removal, the Present, therefore has the power to...

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. — 31 October 1885

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY OCT. 31, 18ST. LOCAL XEtTS. Dr. B. M. Thomas, Register of the U. S. liand Office in this city, spent Sua, day in I'hemx. -Mr. Chna. 'Wilson, of Caa Grande, has come in from the Qnijotoas, after a brief vif-it to the bonanza camp. A telegram was sent to Attorney Gen eral Garland to-day, the reply to which will determine whether the district court possesses judicial functions any longer. There was no district court held to day, Judge Fitzgerald deeming at prop er to await advices from Wabhinfrtqn concerning tho change announced in the associate justices. It is tho opinion of Judge John HajiioP, Alex Campbell, Wm. M. Lovell nnd other prominent .members of tho bar, that tho removal of tho Judge de napitaics tho grand jury now in Heesion. The removal of the judiciary in Ari zona by the political machine, creates quite a nervous pcneatiori about tho iiecke of other olliciitiB who failed to prof it by tLe handwriting oa the wall. Twenty-five applicants h3V0 signed ...

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. — 7 November 1885

WEEKLY ITIZE . tucsox. h.Vv oor XT ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 7, 1885. v.;ri:KLY citizen. LiLZca Priatins: & PaWisliing Co, HERBEUT HHOWN. Umenil Manager. TKKMK : i- 13 Ol AOYEUT1S1MI RATES: i--. hrt in-rtHn.. 2 -,--, uoch sabneqaent insertion 1 25 OFFICE : .icr Cltiircli and Pennington Sts. :i common rumor on the streets x. E. Farrish led tbo late grand j :Lfl nose, parogorically speaking. s.iver money question is a grow tor in tbe politics of this conn i it niiiy not beat all surprising mes a leading is3uo with tbe j' .litiesl parties in tbe near , Fruarsox is responsible for , . tuat President Cleveland Ikis ... 1 '.iinst-lf into u tri-weekly recep ' :. titious for ofiice. lie trill give ;j".r pleadings and extend official t tc unwashed and needy. t.u SDOwrlakea silently falling, it. "row tbo wbite ballots will great- political change in many -, and tbe sovereigns of the t!.i free will determine who shall :a m executing thsir laws. , multitude of tonrces it is defi ...

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. — 7 November 1885

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, . NOV. 7, lSSTi New YonK will to-day wheel into line ns a Republican state. To ask the Democrats to scan tho election returns from New York is liko inviting them to their own funeral. The melancholy days have surely come for tho hungry horde tnat are clamoring at the White House gates for n fragment of the spoils. Aftek spending a few weeks in l'res- cott, Gov. Zuhck intends taking a trip about the Territory and will visit every town and mining camp of importance and get acquainted with the people Bnd their wants. A scrr has been brought Bgainst Henry Ward Bcecher, in Austin, Texas, to recover damages for failing to keep his lecture engagement. Tho audience was twice disappointed and they think the sum of their loss will reach one thousand dollars. 3Ir. Beecher was nn der contract with n Philadelphia Ly ceum bureau. Bnd obeyed their orders. The recent discovery in an excavation made upon an island near tho Isthmus of ranama. gives eviuenco of tue exis tence...

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. — 7 November 1885

aVeekly Citizen. SATURDAY, XOV. 7, 18S5 LOCAL NEWS. Paul Kiecker is reported to lie visiting Sau.Francisco. Dr. A. H. Jackson, Indian Inspector, is the city. Travel over the railroad is increasing both east and wett. 31. K. Joyce nnd IJicbard liule have gone to California. iliue owners aro preparing to do their annual assessment work. 3Ir. Feldman, v'ho has been ill for the j s: tvro.nionths, is 6till confined to his ?d. Juie W- H. Barnes has been visiting iv various ooints of interest about the tavra. Xe Grand Ii dge, F. & A. M of Ari . til. will convene in Phonix uext 31 adsy. Mr. Webb, a newhew of Jndgo Y. H-irll, his uccepted a position as tntor jn the Gregory Institute. County Recorder A. B. Sampson turn eJ into the County Treasurer 3421.20 as fees tot the month of October. Capt. E. I. Meeker, Post Commander jf Seller Post, Q- A- It., veil! organize a lst f the Q. A. II. in Globe, shortly. Iha political situation is so very ob-5-rbiBg just now that the newspapers uo time to...

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. — 7 November 1885

Weekly Citizen SATUKDAY, NOV. 7, 1881 Jump, the jack who jumped bis boil at Tombstone, has been recaptured at Benson and lodced in jail to await the action of tbe court. The twenty stamps of the Girard mill bavo commenced pulverizing the rich ore of the West Side mine, and good re suits are looked for. Mr. John II, Bradley, brother-in-law of Dr. B. SI. Thomas, repistery of the U. S. Land office in this city, is visiting this city from his home in Indiana. He will remain for several days. ur. A. J. rinestone, the represents tive of the Alta California, arrived this morning and will interview the people of Tucson in the interests of that val uable and wide awake paper. The reciprocity treaty of the United States with Mexico, permitting the troops of either nation to cross the boundary line in pursuit of hostile Indi rub, which was about to expire by limi tation, lias been extended lor one year from .November 1st, by tbe respective governments, it was accomplished at the special reques...

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. — 14 November 1885

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. TUCSON. PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY NOVEMBER U. im NO. i :i:klv Citizen. j mm & PoliisMag Co. !' l.RHEKT HHOWN. u.-t'ond Maxager. TlBHS : ft Oft - 1 w unsiNn baths: .r-: .:!orti.. i i. i-ulwot insertion..... TZB10 fob ia:iy: 910 00 1 00 33 OFFICE : - Church ami Pennington Sis. VNK t.i:MJKAI. CAHLAM). ,1 Electrio Telephone nnd Ilot .ise transactions though dia a pnblic officer pale into i when viewed in the light r vaI by GnrltnJ, while Gov- k;.iisas, of the official bond faulting State Treasurer Ii,efacts briefly Btr.tcd ore When Churchill was elected ' ti e state, one Jones with 1 1 there became sureties on .L.L The laws of Arkansas ;s bond t be approved by r. .Before it was submitted . s Governor f r his approval, . f Jones wan erased. Gar . ui knowledge of the ern , 1 the liond. Some years . C'.iurohill, ns tbe country .rc n defaulter to the state '. ninety odd thousand dol the defalcation was dis-i-jaul. the man of high , t' e man who sic...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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