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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 27 July 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY JULY 27, 1S39, A NEW TEMPERANCE MEDICINE The Womens' Christian Temperance Union is "all broko up" over the discov ery that sister Francis E. "Willard, the great apostle of temperance, is addicted to an occasional doso of "Tanglefoot-" She does not, it is true, smile on the black bottle, but adheres strictly to the temperance method as discovered of taking a good healthy dose of bourbon in specially prepared cap sules. Dr. Mary Weeks Burnett, who prefers the charge againstMiss Yillard,had metthat lady and a number of other equally dis tinguished temperance lights, to settle some sort of squabble iu the manage ment of the National Temperance Hos pital, which is owned and operated by AV. C. T. unions in the United States, makes the following statement of the case. During the trial I noticed MLss Yil- lard take from her pocket a little box of medicated pills, turn some into her hand and put them into her mouth. Al though sitting several feet from her, the smell ...

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 July 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY JULY 27, 1SS9 BREVITY. Don't forget the hot lunches and cold keg beer at the bt. Louis Deer nan Antonio Morio was jailed yesterday for nartieinatmcr in a drunken hflrht in Barrio Libre. Th fund beinr subscribed for the Globe road in Tucson is growing. The committoe rciort i2,CMou tae Iist now Mr. Alex Levin was taken with a severe chill this morning at one o'clock and for a short time was very tick. He was better this morning. Thevichv fountain at Dr. Martin's drug store is the great pleasure resort of Tucson, Health is also found here. There was a privat-a ball last night at the Park ball, gotten up as a surprise to Miss Ida Levin, on the occasion of her birthday, which was yesterday. B js;nos was good at Col. Durr's beer hall last night. A party of gentlemen were ihre partaking of all the good things both eatables and drinkables. O nicer Johnson took up a stray horse on the streets thij morning and put him in the pound. He was of buckskin color and will be...

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 July 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY JULY 27, 1SS0, OPINION Upon the Constitutionality of the Territorial Auditorship. ly Attousev-Gexee.vl C'hci:c:iill. Phenix, Arizona, Juno 25, 1SS9. s Hon. Lewis Wolflev, Governor of Arizona. Sir: In response to the request of your Excellency that my opinion in writing be given to you upon the fol lowing propositions, viz: First Whether the acts passed by the 15th Legislative Assembly on the 10th day of April. A. D., 1SS0, are valid laws? Second Whether Hon. Thos. Hughes is entitled to exercise the duties of the office of Territorial Auditor of the Terri tory of Arizona? I have the honor to reply as follows, to wit: The Revised Statutes of the United States (Section 1851) provide that The Legis.ativo power of this Ter ritory extends to all rightful subjects of legislation, and they do not fall within any of the exceptions made by the terms of the above act of Congress, and they are not inconsistent with any provision of the constitution or laws of the United...

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 August 1889

"ARIZOMA WEEKLY CITIZEN. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, .SATURDAY AUGUST 10 1889. NO 37 YOLXViV. Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY AUGUST 10, 1889 HEAVY ACCUSATIONS. Thb Phenix Herald of July 29th, 1889, contains an open letter signed by lion Wm. II. ilardy, in which he arraigns the Democracy in a style that admits of misinterpretation. Ho starts out by tailing of his resolution introduced the legislature for an investigation of the University, the Insane Asylum an the Territorial prison, which resolution was the result of many complaints of palpable corruption made bv DeoDle to Mr. Hardy. This resolution had to kav . the Governor's signature Mr. Hardy sars when the resolution reached the Governor it was held over ten days and then vetoed. The counci it will be remembered, passed the reso lution over the Governor's veto, but the Democrats in the house wanted no in vestigation of Democratic management of the affairs of the institutions referred to, and supported the Governor in not l...

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. — 10 August 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY AUGUST 10, 1839, DESERT LANDS. One of the most important comniit- ts Appointed by the senate to make in- vestiitions during the summer, is the I tee on irrigation. That commit- nnection with the creoloj;ical U now preparing to enter active- its work and will start from i as headquarters, in July. The C" is nn 1ass than tr nfaprtjiin h it will bo practicable to re-claim equal to IjO.COO square miles, or -1 AA Ann r.y , ...1, :u ; t tir pnltiratwi lann in trie i nitod at present, and is worth in money millions of dollars. Eminent itist are of the opinion this can' be idea first fjiven to the public some ten years n?o by Major Powell, the present director of the geological purvey, in his report upon the arid lands west of the 100 meridan. Major Powell has been continuing his investigations since that time and has induced congress to adopt his theory, namely: That it is possible to reclaim a very large portion of this arid region and to make it available for agr...

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 August 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY AUGUST 10, 1839. BREVITY. The Arizona Pioneers morrcw night. will meet to- The Citizen is again favored with an interesting correspondence Casa Grande. from Chas. Birkenfield sets the finest hot weather lunches to be found in Tucson, at the San Francisco Exchange. The land grant men did not appear Vofnrft the board of eaualization on Sat urdav. to protest against the action of the board in assessing all grants at o cents per acre. Mr. TKrio Rrena. at the corner of Convent and MeCormick streets, has finKtookof croceries. He Bells at small profit, and his trade has increased into a good business. Mr. Schumacher, of the Union Mar ket. is one of the pioneer butchers in Arizona, and has learned that the best quality of meat will always be sought for and he keeps none otner. The game of ball between the Fort did not come off yesterday. Both sides claim that the other failed to put up. The Zeckendorf nine proposed to play the "McGintlers" next Sunday for ten dollar...

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 August 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY AUGUST 10, 1839 THE "BLACK DIAMOND.' Her Soianre Seine Diacusaed In Wash ington -The Ohio Election Pen sion Matter. Nevi From Wash ington. (From Gnr Rosrolar Corre?prnl:nt.) Washington, D. G, Aug. 2. 18S9. Th President has returned to the White House, where he will remain un til next Tuesday, when he 6tarts for Bar Harbor to par Secretary Blaino a visit. He will spend the entire day of Wednesday in Boston, where he will be met by Walker Blaine. Postmaster General Wanamaker has received the resiprnation of postmaster Paul, of Milwaukee, whose administra tion of that ofiico was so severely scored by a recent report of the Crvil Service Commission. The news of the seizure of the Cana dian sealing vessel, Black Diamond, by the United States cutter Rush, for tak ing seals in Bahrings sea, is being dis cussed with great interest here, and there are plenty cf people who believe we 6hall have a row with England if v. p do not back down. I don't know about that, but ...

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 August 1889

ARIZONA WEEKLY U1 JL AJj&hlS . TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY AUGUST 17 1889. YOLXViV. NO r,8 Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY AUGUST 17, 1889 THE MAKING OP STATES. The Constitutional Conventions of four embryo States are about to con elude their labors. The outlines of their several Constitutions have been fore - shadowed. Idaho is also holding a Con rroxiiAii an1 it-ill in Ana X- time apply for admission- It is formu v -dating a Constitution, which provides that polygamists shall have no voice in the government when that Territory becomes a state. During the last three or four ve&rs the drift of Mormons from . Utah to Idaho has been a strong one. It was predicted that they would be come the ruling element. This provision of the organic law, should Idaho be ad mitted, will for a time prevent any such - result. Only a small part of the Mor mons are polvframists in practice. But they all believe in the doctrine as one of the cardinal principles of their faith- They ...

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 August 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY AUGUST 17, 18S9. IS IT A PARALYZEIt? The following associated press dis patch, dated Washington, August 9th, is liable to create consternation in Ari-1 zona if the bearing of the order as issued by the department, bo as broad as the one outlined in t he telegram. There is hardly a foot of arable mesa or bottom land in the Territory that cannot be ir rigated by the water storage system, and there is hardly a mountain rane 'within Arizona'a broad domain that does not, to a greater or less extent, offer facilities for water storage. It is because of this that the blow will fall the more heavily on the Territory if the follow ing order be enforced. "Acting Land Commissioner Stone to day issued an important circular to ail Registers and Receivers respecting the irrigation survey. After quoting the law he says: 'The object sought to be accomplished by the foregoing provis ion is unmistakable. The water sources and arid lands that may be irrigated by a ej'stem of 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 August 1889

THE LAND GRANTS. A Settler on an Arizona Land Grant "Wants the Title to the Claims Speedily Settled- Benson, A. T., Aug. 4. Editor Citizen I haxe read with deep interest a communication signed "A" in vour issue of July 30tb, on the subject of Mexican Land Grants, in which the writer starts out by asking: "Why has not some tribunal been crea- i i fnr tho rromrt settle leu uv ---- . . ment "of these titles, the entire expenses of such court or comuiuawu w UV lilt) UUIKM 1 J1 'v. fr F.1i'trr. aavou have kindly extended an invitation to others, through the channel of an able article uu me ilici ui' , , . ytrar valuable journal, to express their . ... i : T will Kib-a firf 4i. .,icirn T will take ad vantage of it to say that many settlers on these grants are now u.ius i wayv camA nuestion that th cites nic " -i :ii;nt QntW rf communication UIKUmcutuuiu... i-ofarrtvl in is asking vou. e are asK- ins ourselves the question, too, with a the paimui suspicion iuai people is not being looked a...

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 August 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY AUGUST 17, 1S39, IN SOLID PHALANX. The People of Benson Protest Against the Holding of a Constitutional Convention A Voice from Globe Benson, Cochise Co., Aug. 10. Editor Citizen The undersigned business men and tax-payers of the above named town, are opposed to the calling of a constitutional conrention and to the admission into the Union of Arizona as a state, for the following rea sons, to-wit: First Because we are too poor to support a state govern nent. Second Because the population of the Territory is much too 6mall to jus tify the admission of this Territory as a State. As there is, by constitutional proviso, no hope of Arizona soon becoming a Stateof the Union, why impose ou a people, already groaning under an over burden of taxation, an additional debt of a quarter million dollars for the ex pense of holding a constitutional con vention? We further oppose the admission of Arizona to statehood, because the ex pense of sustaining a state government, b...

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 August 1889

- '-- ARIZONA WEEKLY TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY AUGUST U 1889. NO 39 VOL XVI V. OUR FUTURE PROSPERITY. An era of prosperity is approaching Tiir-son- and its heralded by a dozen signs that do not dmit to question We have had a look-Mason of dullness, a season of inactivity, and discouraging features. The evil of this spell has been particularly felt on account of following in the wake of years of unprecedented proeperity, when money waa plenty, and business of all kinds throughout our Trritirv wxa ramarkablv good. The advent of the railroad; the discovery of hidden treasurers of the Tombstone district; the heavy productions of the precious metals throughout the several rich mining districts of the Territory tended, with many things to make the period from T8 to 83, a most propitious one for the enterprising, thrifty business man. We had a veritable boom that was carried along by a force of circumstances begotten of extraordinary occuranoes; this unusal state of ...

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 August 1889

WeeklV Citizen. SATURDAY AUGUST 17, 1689 - - -W nGTXRES THAT UL .... ; There has been an especial effort on the parYof the last retiring Governor and the f&th legislative assembly to greatly magnify the population and wealth of Arizona, and with that object in view they Lave addressed themselves the Federal government, and ex-Gov- ernof Zulicf s report to the Secretary of the Interior and the statehood mamor- ial passed by the last legislature are now beii? u sed to hoodwink the Federal power and electors of the Territory into the belief that Arizona is qualified to take Upon herself the obligation of state hood.; ' Ihe TJ. S. census report gives the pop ulation of Arizona In 1830, at 40,440, and ou r late executive, Zulick, who seems to . be somewhat of a lightning calculate has swelled" the estimate to 82.03G in 1SS2. r. An increase in population of 42, 536 6t more than 1& per cent, in two " "years partakes somewhat of a marvelous - boom, and those ;who were residents of r...

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 August 1889

Weekly Citizen SATURDAY AUGUST 24, 1883. LOCAL NEWS. Furnished rooms to rent Apply at No. 21 Church. Plenty of rain is reported in the vicin lty of Greatervuie. PecDle have becun to arrive in Tuc son to attend the Feast of San Augustin Mr. John Campbell has made extensive improvements on Lis property on Stone Avenue. Jiminie Brown will be at the feast, and he will have a car load of ice cold ktg ber with htm. Fine wines, brandies, whiskies and cigars, and German lunches at the San Francisco Exchange. Miss Lizzie Borton is cow visiting Mrs. White and other friends, at Santa Monica, California. A very light t-hrj-wrr of rain fell here vesterdav evening. Another visited us at 12 o'clock to-day. Apache Lod-je No. S, A.O. U. W., will meet to-night. This lodge has been growing rapialy recently. Thevichv fountain at Dr. Martin's l.-u;r store troes a long wav towards Making a good summer climate in Tuc ;r. Miirtin Wear is positive that his diccovorv will Drove to be the best indelible ink 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. — 24 August 1889

t 7n U Weekly. Citizen. SATURDAY AUGUST 24, 1889,' LOCAL, NEWS. Hon. Geo. Christ ia in the city. . A party of Tuesonites went to Sabina Canon yesterday. Judge WH. Barnes is in Tombstone holding court this week. 5That has become of the Globe road, the smeltrrand the narrow guae rail-, road-?, . Read the new advertisement of ..la Zeckendorf and Co's rin to-dav's Citi zen. -Fine wines, brandies, whiskies and cigars, and German lunches at the San Francisco Exchange. ' Mr. IL W. Klein says the Russ House is doing fairly well. Mr. Klein is very popular as a landlord. v . , : Workmen commenced this morning to build an addition and make other 1 . U - V -V'-l- -f-A irapucuituit) ab luc i.w iui& Duuic Pierce Ford has an , extensive stock of Tjocket and table cutlery, and it is 6old at the lQwest rrices, consistent with good quality. - - Mr. Chamberlain, of the San .Pedro, came in.lo-day with a load of produce. There was a tremendous rain at his place Friday night. JJLMr. TL'Buehman has re...

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 September 1889

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL XVI V. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY", ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1889. NO 41 Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 7, 1S39 THE WATER QUESTION. Anything on the subject of artesian water is of interest to the people of Ari zona. The question of artesian water at El Paso is a question of artesian water in Tucson, as what is true of one is equal ly true of the other. The water problem which confronts the former is liable to lead to great good as the boring of wells will result from the present water short age in that city. Let Tucpon take its bearing from the following suggestive article in the Times: "While El Paso is now much inconven ienced bv the lack of water in the Rio Grande, yet an ample supply from wells is kept on hand to extinquish fires and satisfy all our domestic purposes. But a most important use of water for irriga ting the farms, orchards and vineyards of the valley is beyond our present facil ities. Yet nothing better could have happened to...

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 September 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 7, 1889 VALUE OF IRRIGATION WHERE NEEDED. Following are extracts from the re port of the committee of the State Board of Trade of California, on the reclama tion of arid lands by irrigation prepared for usepf the U.S. Senate Committee now holding sessions in that State to obtain information from storage reser voirs. It has been estimated that by irriga tion from ten to twenty times the num ber of people can live and prosper on the same extent of territory, and this even where there are the usual rains, as in Lombardy. Of course in parts of In dia, in Arizona and in Nevada irrigation is a necessity. It has been noted in Cal ifornia that the price cf lands in dis tricts like Fresno, Los Angeles and San Bernardino has by reason of irrigation increased from twenty to fifty times the original value. England expended 6200,000,000 not to reclaim on arid waste country in In dia, but for the purpose of adding to the resources of that fertile country the in ...

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 September 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 7, 18S9, LOCAL NEJVS. Hon. Morgan R. Wise, of.Notrales is in the city. Mr. Steinfeld arrived home latt niclit. from San Francisco. Owing to the non -arrival of bulls there will be no bull fight this evening. Mr. F. C Earle, a mining man from Tombstone, is stopping at the Cosmo politan. Hon. Ben Goodrich, of Phenii is in the city, lie has Deen in amuruia wr screral weeka. Cinra Velson arrired from Cali ict r.;rht. where she has been & VSi u a m.mm "T spending the school vacation. TTnn. Mark Smith is accompanying the Irrigation committee through Ari zona. He met tnem at luma. Judge Meyer says the Feast has been a failure as a producer of defendants in the police court. Only two or three drunks have been brought in from the Park since the foat began. There will be a meeting of the teacbera an.l tmtAtts of the Tucson Public s-hnrila at the hiflrh school roams Friday at2-H)n m ..Teacher and trustee will please le present promp'.y at the hour W. W. G...

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 September 1889

v Weekly Citizen; SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 7, 1889, An Oft Told Tale of Daring: Here is the result of the 20th Grand Monthly Draw ing of the Louisiana State Lotterv which took piaoe at isew ur leans. La- on Tuesday, July 16th, 1889. Ticket No. 42.753 drew the First Capital Prize of 300.000. . It was sold in frac tional parts-of twentieths at 1.00 each sent to M, A. Dauphin. New Orleans, La, Two went to Herman Fisher, St. Louis, Ma: one te a correspondent through Wells, Fargo Co-'s Bank," San Fran cisco, CaL; -on to Ike Lrfine, tnicago, HL;one to a depositor Union -National Bank, New Orleans, La.; one to Eugene Chretien, Jr., 425 Chartres St, New Or leans, La; one to Miss Amanda Fisher, 201 Champlain" St-, Detroit, Mich.; one to Abraham Weinger, 401 S. Canal St; Chicago, 111.; one to Preston National Bank, Detroit Mich.; one to juanuiac tnrers' National Bank. Boston, Mass. one to F. Miles James, . Boston, Mass.; one to First Nat Bank Cheyenne, Vy. Ter.: one to Bank of Cozad, Cozad, Neb. et...

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 September 1889

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN VOL. WW. rn X. PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER U NO 42 Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 14, lfc POSSIBILITIES OF IRRIGATION IN ARIZONA Ox its way east froai California, the Senate Arid Lna l Committee will p:u.s through Arizona, and stop iu Tucson loag enough to receive reports from co amittees which have been busiiy en gaged in gathering information in var ious parts of the Territory. Taere are few station of the world, outside of SoutheruC.iliforuia.v.here wa ter can work such wonderful transforai a .ion as in Arizon l la fact, the diner e.i rj will hi mir marked in Ariz na than here, because the Territory has fo-jr natural verdant spoLs. Tn s tso 1 of Arizona is almost everywhere good, IiuJ need bat the magic touch of mois ture to produce wonderful crops of a'most anything that can hi raistd. Thousands of acres of its vast mesas have at one time been fruitful gardens. On theai the storage reservoirs and ir rigating canals of the mysteri...

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