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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 4 January 1890

S SATURDAY JANUARY i 1800 MORMON POLITICAL POWER. The present-capable and worthy Gov ernor of Utah, Hon Arthur L. Thomas, is a firm believer in the itUa that the only way to solv the Mormon problem is to destroy th political power of the Church; and he gives some very forcible reasons in support of his position. It is a great mistake, he says, to thiak that the Gentiles have secured a substantial political hold upon the Territory. The voters of that class number only 8900 in a total of 25,000. Of the twenty-four counties, the Mormons control all but one, and of the 473 election prccints they control 352. It will readily be seen that this makes them supreme in the elec tion of local o2ioer3 and the dictation cf local legislation. The Gentile influence is not sufficient to make any impression upon the general course of things. All the Couuty officers are required to pay 10 par cent of their salaries to the church, which amounts in the aggre fate te 150,000 a year, to be used in Washin...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 4 January 1890

Weekly Citizen. Saturday January 4 isoo News from the Mines. TOMBSTONE DISTRICT. Not very much work has been Tono in the line of assessxnents t!urin the year 1SS9 and the first day of the New Year will witness raaav relocations which cannot do anr harm even if relocators do not work the claims. The Sea Surge is beins worked by McClelland, the new owner, who has much faith in his bonanza. Th T. M. & M. Co., are extricating and shipping their usual quantity of ore. The announcement is made that this company has paid expenses during the year 1SS3 and that is all, they have however brought thousands of tons of ore in eight which they did not have a year ago, and have their projerties in such shape at the present time that they can take out an unlimited amount of ore with little expense. The Turquois properties are produc ing their full weekly output; there is no dimunition in the amount of ore in eight. At Gold Camp Jack Morrison is run ning his srastras and he is saving about fil p...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 4 January 1890

SATURDAY JANUARY 4 ISCO SIOUX CHIEFS In Vri isliltsri Uegciiis Secretary Nol'Io for CHristmaaPresonts La test from the National Capital- l'rorn Our Ettlar Corrcfpoudent. "Washington-, D. O, Dec. 20, 1SS9. Secretary Noble has besn listening to ths bij delegation of Sioux Indian Chitf- this week, and they have told what they think they need te complete their'haj'i-icess. By the way thaso ex pressed wishes show very clearly that the b ehirf. aro pretty much like their white brothers. Ono said the gov ernment ought to gire each on cf theui about 30 to buy Ghristia?. prefects for their v. ives and families; and another who teems to have rooi political inate :b.l in him, told Mr. Noble that a mis take was baing made in the style cf ploughs no- being issued to the In dians. He thinks they should have the kind that have wheels, so that all the operator will have to do will be to sit up and drive all day. it was intended that the Congressional holiday recess should have btgun yes terday", bu...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 11 January 1890

a 2 I I -2 frl I -Si- 1 i..SAr1 5-5-3 ARIZONA WEEKLY U1 VOL XX. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY', ARIZOMA TERRITORY, SATURDAY JANUARY JO 1800 AKIZONA. The year 1800 opens favorably for the commercial interests of our territory. The period of rash speculations and in flated values havo long since departed from our midst, and to-day wo stand on the same level, and eommand the same attention, in a commercial point of view, as that of many an older and more popu lous state. Arizona has long labored under difficulties, imaginary and ieal and a name has been coupled with that of our territory which has done much to retard immigration and caused us many years to successfully refute. But those days have happily gone by. The trials and tribulations that really did burden our territory have long since been dis pelled, and the name Arizona a name formerly clouded with infamous de rision is now mentioned as that of cue of the brightest stars about to be added to the flag of America. In a country bit uated ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 11 January 1890

their lino edition. Phenix Gazette. The people of Arizona would like to know who the gifted liar is that is dish in up bo much romantic literature con cernius Arizona affairs for the St, Louis Republic. He is a prolific prevaricator, and to jude from his malodorous exuca tions it is a person who has a smatter icg of Arizona geography, men and at fairs. If the people of cur Territory can find him out he will receive considerable attention. Epitaph. The special illustrated edition of the Daily Citizex of Tucson arrived last evening.and it is worthy of all the praise that has been bestowed upon it. It is well printed with clear type, upon heavy book paper, and is profusely illustrated with fine engravings. The natter de scriptive of Pima county and its inter ests is all well written and contains great deal of very valuable information. The edition -is a credit to the office of its publication and to the enterprise of its publishers. Florence Enterprise. A bill has been introduced into ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 11 January 1890

Is This True. The Epitaph learns from a gentleman recentlj ;from Tucson that all is not lovely in the Democrat camp. There is a -woeful lack of that spirit of harmony that Bhould exist Jin a well regulated political family. A prominent Demo crat federal omcialZwho has not yet been removed, has sworn by the bodices of all the goddesses that if Mark bmitn should receive the nomination for Con rress this vear there will be another Democratic candidate in the Held. That there are two factions in the Democrat party, and that a very bitter feeling ex ists between them, is evident, which au gurs well for the Republican success. Engineers in the Field The Florence Enterprise says that Hon. J. AL W. Moore, who has just turned from Phenix, reports that the Southern Pacific Railroad company has a corps of engineers in the field survey in cr a route for arailro:.d up the Gila .nrl Salt rivr valleys via Phenix with view of abandoning their present loute. The proposed line will probably be ex 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. — 11 January 1890

Weekly Citisen. SATURDAY JANUARY 10 180O NEWS FEON THE MINES. Rich Spacimens From the Bunker Hill The QnJjotoas. A good many town people who like to own mines but are averse to doing as sessment work, or expending money to develop their claims, are returning from the mountains with bad colds, caught bv lavinsr out, so as to be sure that thei ciaims were not jumped by some other fellow. This business will make ducats for Recorder Shibel. The new year bids fair to be one of unusual activity in the camps adjacent to Tucson. The Mam moth is just starting up, and it is now accepted as a fact that an immense mill, probably 100 stamps, will be crushing ore there before spring. The Olive Camp was never more promising. The claims are improving as greater depth is attained, which refutes the idea that the veins would not go down. Much profitable work i being dene in the dis trict and it promises to increase during the year. A EIXE SPECIMEN. Mr. Im D. Chillson left another fine specimen on the...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 18 January 1890

WEEKLY PTTI7TrK A Ti YYlfX AT A W1AAJX TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY JANUARY J8 1800 NO ! I VOLXa. I" J The weather was lovely to-day. The sunshine ia Southern Arizona cannot be suppressed. A candidate has already bobbed up in Maricopa county for sheriff at the election next fall. The snow this morning hr.s given a freshness to our muddy streets, that should remind members of the eiiy council that good ctreet crossings are badly needed in Tucson. A great many cattle are now being shipped to market from Southern Ari zona. They are in fine condition and should command better prices than have been reeeived for them. We are unable to express our grati tude to the press of Los Angeles, New Mexico, and Arizona, for their cxpre sions of praise of the January Liu ted edition of the Citizen. All kinds of weather in Arizona it even snows occasionally. Hut, on the whole, the climate in which we, of Tuc son live, is moot even, delightful and healthful on the American conti ne...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 18 January 1890

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY JANUARY IS ISCO CROOK'S PETS. It seems odd that a n.an like Gen Crook one who has had so much un successful experience in Indian warfare should give utterance to such argu ment in their favor as he has done of late. Silly as his ideas of Indian cul ture appear, yet they are remarkable for the radical transformation his "opin ion" has undergone since the days lie meandered this territory in search of the brutes he would now see liberated. To set them free is plainly his object, for in his report he calls it a "hardship to s?e them under police surveillance.'1 The poor Indians ho refers to are the eame devils who have ruthlessly slaughtered men, women and children throughout the territory in untold numbers; who have rendered desolate many homes, destroyed property with impunity, and throughout their hellish course erected a monument of despair. ere these deeds committed by white men they would have paid the penalty long ago. Lut being savages, their crimes wer...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 18 January 1890

TERRITORIAL NEWS. Frofcpctor. An accident happened at the Copper Queen mine at Bisbee on Saturday morninp that may prove fatal. A miner named llall y&s going down on tha cage and steDDed off before the catre had ar rived at its destination, lie Blinped an his leg was caught between the side the shaft and the cage, teann his limb almost from his body and manfflinsr it in a horrible shape. The unfortunate man has a fainilvat Bisbee, His chanecs of livincr were slight who our informant left Bisbee Saturda noon. A telegram was received by the board or supervisors to-day tfcrougn Alien i. Kncli6tu who negotiated tne saie, in the First National Bank of Chicago would take all of the $91,000 cf redemi tion bonds or anv uart of ihein. There are but SCS.OOJ remaining, tho Boar having called in 823,000 of them. The way in which the matter now stands, this will be a saving to the count' in terest as compared with last year of 1340. Quite an item these quiet times Vic "Wilson came over from ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 18 January 1890

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY JANUARY IS tSOO Territorial and Mining. Prescott Courier, At tho annual city election held in IVe-rott lat Tuesday the following olH ; --j were elected: Mayor, John llow-jn-.l; Assessor, John Ilatz; Treasurer, t loo. H. Porter; Councilmen, R. Connell, il. Hathaway. Total number of votes -a-t. OCA Dr. Wm. M. Rudd, an old and good tien of Apache Count v, inform t!i. Courier that money is scarce in tl -.';ii:ty, owing to lack of eale of cattle i M. Murphy, superintendent of the 'r.gress, has just come up from mill A mine and has the same news, both d- :r.g well. Quartz Mountain mill is running on ri-h gold ore from the company's mines. Placer miners are sending in consider abie gold. Fhenix Gazette, -ur. J, uomns is bow considered ou of danger, but his recovery will nece r;iri!y be slow. Marshal Blankenship is now an as t irant for sheriff of Maricopa county The bee is beginning to toy with the l..;;d gear of various would-e officials. We were 6hown a letter ye...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 25 January 1890

WEEKLY il JL iA try VOL XX. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZO&A TERRITORY, SATURDAY JANUARY 25 1800 NO 15 AN INTERNATIONAL SILVER DOLLAR. A novel contribution to the literature of the silver question has just been made by Samuel Barton, of New York. He presents his views m a pamphlet en titled "A Plea for an International Sil Ter Dollar." Recognizing the trouble which the 6ilver element of the curren cy is causing in the countries which have muchof that metal ia their cireulat ing medium, as well as the desirability cf brincinsr about some approach to uniformity of the coinage of the chief commercial countries of the world, he presents a plan for the settlement of the former end the accomplishment of the latter. This, briefly, is the issuing, by each of the nations of the postal union of a 6ilver coin of uniform weight and fineness, the issue to be limited to such an amount as would insure the mainten ance of its value at par with limited ex tent say to an amount corresponding with $25...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 25 January 1890

WEEKLY (JITI2EX. II. i?. T I " X 1'rreid: lit. Citizen Frintincr PublislimsrCo. DAILY -S1C.CO. 1.00 .25. tf.iTUF.DAY JANUARY IS, ISPO TIio biil to nvpropriat 7o.000 to r'mion?ato members of the House of L .M.rc-?c-r.l-iitivoi for leases personal to th vn;.: t!i,rj:r o c.iitoaeJ by tho d' -iii:iu --sty of a public servant, was well d "t ntc 1 by a vote of 112 against to T26 for iLs :v.;-.no. Had the measure jre v .iik J. to:;;cv. !;a oCthe indignation that fursid tho oM-tirie salary grabbers would hr.ve followed the salary reeoup- ers who supported it, for the default-ii-S a.rei;t o" the iiuu.-e cud cot appro priate to himself certain sums of money sot apart f-r jiublie use, but certain t r.iis of money kft in bis hands by n embers of Corresr, The members 1 ft their private money with the dis 1 oco:t servant of the House, just as tiey m;rit have loft it with some bank er who raihl havo stolen it. It would 1 are been outrageous to appropriate I ublic meney to recoup Congresfrwpn lor k...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 25 January 1890

j " ; i Territorial and Mining. Globe n!t- nharlw T. Martin expects to lcavo I Texas for Globe on the 20th inst. Favorable reports from adjneont r,m pes feed generally ffoeu, an d. stock iu a ; thriving condition. The cold weather that has prevailed ( this week is ulufup.I for Globe. The j lowest temperature recorded was 17 .G, , on Wednesday morning. A Masonic : lodge is itboat to I orjran - nee. It will obtain Us cr.ar - ile Mountain L-c, No. ized at Florence, ter from Wh of Globe. Eugene Middleton returned from a trip to Tucson and Florence on Tniny. He informs us that ho has bought au in terest in the Riverside fetation ami w ill, for a time at least, make Kivt ride his headquarters. Gila countv's ouota of United States jurors, summoned to serve atFhenix, are j respectively named, C. A. Fisk, James , F. Fatton, grand jurors; and Alex, lilakc, P. B. McCabe, W. O. Kellner, Henry "Webber, R. Rg?nstroeh, petit jurcrs. Operations in the Old Dirainion Cop per Company's mine, temporari...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 25 January 1890

Territorial and Miaing. Preeeott Conner. Alfilirea is growing quit fast in the warm belts of this and adjacent counties Stock will vry soon be fattening upon it. Mr. Burgess, register of the land office at thia place, is feeling the effect of la grippe. His room mate, Gen. T. J. But ler, receiver of the office, is in excellent lealth. Although this is the dullest season of the year, business people of Preeeott do not complain of want of trade, and look for much better times as 6oon as the snow goes and the roads and trails be come better. The storing of immense lakes of water, at Walnut Grove, we6t of Prescott- gives proof positive that this will, ere long, be a lake country and that there will be no scarcity of water for farming, fruit grow ing, stock raising, mining, etc., in all this immense territory. Journal Miner. Flagstaff, according to all reports, has all the snow she needs. F. A. Tritle, Jr., has recovered from an aggravated attack of la grippe, or something of that nature...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 1 February 1890

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN VOL XX. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY FEBRUARY 1 1800 NOIf PROTESTING AGAINST APACHE REMOVAL. CoL Lewellyn, says a Washington dis patch to the Globe Democrat, of Santa Fe, New Mexico., who was a candidate last spring for Marshal of that place, is here again. He is not seeking ofiice this time, being perfectly satisfied with the honors and emoluments of private cit izenship, but he is protesting against the removal of Gerominos band of Apaches, from Vernon Barracks, Ala., to Fort Sill, L T. These Indians are considered by the New Mexicans a very bad lot, notwithstanding the declara tions of Gen. Crook to the contrary. Fort Sill is in the southwestern part of Indian Territory, and it is only about 150 miles across the open plain to New Mexico. TheMascalero Apache Reser vation in Southern New Mexico is about four hundred miles from Fort Sill; and Geronimo's band have many relatives among the Hot Spring Indians on this reservation. It is calcula...

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. — 1 February 1890

Weekly Citizen. Saturday January 2.1, isro U, 15. TKXXr.V, - President, UEItltCKT IlltOWN, Kdltor and Mnuacer. Citizen Printing & PublishingCo. TEI1M3 VOX DAILY $10.00. Month I.OO 1 er .2.5. THE APACHES- C Of the proposition to remove Geroni mo;s band of Chiricahua Indians to the Indian Territory, Judire Hackney, of the Silver Beit who knows all about Apache deviltry and treachery, writes: "Thoe who are now being wept over, and com niisserated because of being in "a io heed camp" are not victims of oppress ion, but, on the contrary, are kept un der Burveilance for the commission of crimes unsurpassed in atrocityeinee the massacre of whites by .Indians in the valley of Wyoming, Pennsylvania, in which, for its tiendishness, at tracted the attention of the civilized world, and made such an impression on Thcoias Campbell, the English lyric the author of 'The Pleasure of Hope," 'The Exile of Erin,' and miscellaneous poems that he recounted their hellish deeds in tragic verse. The Chi...

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 February 1890

BUILDINGS GOING UP la Casa Grande, and Improvements Reported on Every HandPersonal Items Mining. Casa Graxdk, Akiz.. Jan. 28, 1S00. Notwithstanding tho silcnco of your correspondent for so lonj; in regard to the doings of our town, everything still moves on with the same activity that has been its characteristic for months past. Buildings are still going up, and Jim Sams' newly improved house is the only vacant one in town at present It is soon to be occupied, saith Dame Rumor, by Lend to of Pinal, who is g jing to move down his store building and stock of goods from Pinal, and do business here. Many other plans are being made and will doubtless bo carried out in regard to business and building, by substantial citizens of tho place. W. C. Smith, it is said, will build an addi ..torcim in his store here, six- teen feet by fifty, the foundation to ta of stone-work. Charlie Fay is building a house on "Top a Bottom" street w hich makes the sixth house on that side or the street south of...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 1 February 1890

Territorial and Mining. Present Courier. Louis Keo brought a sixteen pound cabbage ii from the lieach ranch in KirkianJ valley, to-day, to James L. liones- Joseph Titus, of Flagstaff, rolled over a precipice, a few days since, sustaining severe injuries. n A not he fire ecurred about one o'clock this morning, resulting in its burning of the interior of I). Levy Co's. barn, in the rear of their r-tore, together with all its contents. This is tne second attempt made within about a month to burn the place, the former one being made early in the evening and the tire being extin guished without serious icss. Adjutant General O'Xeil lias received the Muster-roll from Aztec, Yuma coun ty, for a military company there, with a membership of .L, The arms recently received for the Governor's Guards Jeanie from the lie nicia aru.nal in California, and are ex ceptionally line weapons. A government soldier from Whipple Barraks, in ex amining theuiyesterday, remarked that they were belter than tho...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 15 February 1890

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. " TUCSON, PiriIA COUOTT. ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY FEBRUARY J5 18J0 VOL XX. XO ts a 1 Weekly Citizen. Saturday February is, isoo A brighter future is said to be in Btofe for cattle men, largely due to the exportation of cattle to Europe. G. IL Kelly, of the Tucsoa Citizex, came in last evening and will spend a couple of days in the Border City. The CmzES always does the square thing by Nogales,and its representatives inset with a cordial welcome here. Nogales Herald. Idaho will in all probability bo ad mitted into the Union, the decision l i:a 4 Un. nct -ntll llV tllP on tne iegaiii jl m Supreme court, having removed all Re .1 publican objection to the bill for ad mission. The committee on territories, of which Mr. Piatt is chairman4 will now favorably report that measure. The Star claims that there are fewer mortgages on record in Pima county in proportion to the population and taxa ble property than any other county in ArizonC-all of which we seriously do...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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