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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 15 February 1890

Weekly Citizen. Saturday February is, isoo A BILL TO INSURE PURITY OF ELECTIONS IN ARIZONA- The legality of the following act so far as it relates to Idaho, has been confirmed by the Supreme Court of the United States, and when that territory has been admitted into the union it will is lru bodied in the constitution. This act is now before the senate at the instigation of Governor Wollley, and will undoubt edly become Ja Jlaw and be enforced bo fore the coming fall elections. While it may justly be charged that the bill is a direct blow at the political power of the Mormon church, there is no one, dem ocrat or republican, that will not admit the 80undnes"of; the principle involved; and no good citizen. Gentile or Marmon, will hesitate to take the prescribed oath. Iron-clad as it may appear, it abridges the rights and privileges of none who eee in the constitution of the United States and the Lws of the territory, the authority and power by which all Amer icans are governed. Now, whi...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 15 February 1890

11 .rjiviYUJ. uj.uvJ SATURDAY FEliRCARR V, lS'.U LOCAL NEWS. Mr. I. X. Town is in from Calabasas. Mr. F. A. Stevens is in from Quijo toas. Several of the Attorneys of Tucson are attending Court in Tombstone. Capt. Johnston exacts to return to the Mammoth mine to-morrow. La grippe is now on the wane. Vic tims are not sorry. The bail at the Commercial Club last night was an enjoyable alTair. Capt True, the new Quarter Master, has taken rooms at the uoemoioiitan. Cleveland's Minstrels .show in El Paso to-night, and arrive here Monday Mrs. Capt. True has arrive 1 in tie city and is registered at the feau xavier, The Cleveland Minstrels made quite a grand display on our streets to-day Hon. I. E. Solomon returned to his home in Solomonville yesterday. Judce Sloan will lein Tombstoifc to open court on Monday next, according to adjournment. Mr. F. C. Kibbv. brother of J udge Kibby, of Florence, arrived on the eas bound train yesterday. Sunervisor Frask Proctor left this morning for his ranc...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 15 February 1890

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY FEBRUARR 15, lStO. LOCAL NEWS. Durng last week the hotel arrivals hareb.en very light. Judge Thoi Mitchel of L03 Angales, is in the city oi legal Lusiness. Two drunks were given arters in the city jail yesterday for disturbing the peace. Sam Katzensteirs l.tt'e ch"d who has beai very ill with car:et fever, is now convalescent Mr. Adolph Goldschmidt returned last night from a business trip to I'hcnix. ; He reports the trade cull. j r-f t w Tv,vctn w!,n '. i,r.:i in Tucson on business for the past few days, left for the Mammoth to -day. CaDt. JW. Glenn arrived last nijrht from Nogales and is hand shaking with his numerous friends of the old pueblo, Messrs. Luke, Stevens, Fleming r.nd Turner are in the city from Crittenden attending to matters connected with the local land office. The mining men aiound Tucfcn ali 6eem contidentof better times in m ning matters. Several very lmjortant teals are being made. Paymaster Tower returne 1 last nipht 'from a two weeks t...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 15 February 1890

NUMBER 4 G VOL. XIX. TUCSON", ARIZONA TERRITORY, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17 1800 DELINQUENT LIS! OF TAXES FOR 1889 In Pima County, Arizona. N4.MES AND DESCRIPTION Taxes City Total & (.:& Aluchul Charles, personal property and lot 1 and improvements in bloc 1 Noga'ea ... 179 63 Land and improvensen s N .t Nogales -'- 16 83 Lot aod improvements in Total Wreck 1 W The taxes on proierty are charged agic6t lot 1 and improvements in blck 1 Nogales - Altamariano. Jose, persoral prjperty aid land and 'm provements S miles above Calabasas, on the Santa Cruz It ver 10 40 The taxes on personal prop erty are charged againet lbs real estate Ares, Komula, lo 10 atrf im- 198 5 13 JO provemeLts in block: Mi in Tucson 18 S3 Aguirre. Pedro, personal prop ertv aod lot 4 ' t im 5 23 23 provements in block 223 in 4 77 22 05 96 Buenos Ayers raDoh and ini provements. 8r f HE1 of See 22 and 8 4 of N't1 . end NEU of SE1, of Sec 27 T 21, 8 of range 8 E and con taining V'i acres S3 37 Lund e' d improvements,...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 15 February 1890

NAMES AND DESCRIPTION Taxes City Ttrfal & Costs bears N 27 deg 16' W, 92.56 chains. Run tlieneo VV , var 12 deg 33' K. HW.tw chains to the N VV corner of the claim marked by a i-t 4 ft lone. 4 inch souare. fet 1 foot, m the ground ami surrounded by a mound of Hones; t marked BVl'U', No. Ill, N Y. TbneeS3udeg4o K var. 12 deg. a:'." E-, W.00 chains to the 8V corner of the claim. marked l" a post 4 ft Ions, 4 inches tsquare, set 1 ft in the grouod und ur-roufidt-d by a mound of earth; post marked B.V 1' LC. No. VI. 8 W., and from which L" 8 Itoundary Moil., bear E 17.t6 chains. Thence E var 12 deg 33' E, --"u chains to the fc K cor er of the claim marked l" a iM.t 4 ft long, 4 inc hes t-iiiare, M-t 1 foot in the ground and sur rounded by mound of stones; ln-t marked B V PL. (', No. X, S E. Tlience N 2 deg 4'J W, var 12 dec S3' E. 14.00 chains to the NE corner of claim marked by a st 4 ft long, 4 inches square, set 1 foot in the ground and sur rounded by monnd of earth; post marked ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 22 February 1890

A " WEEKLY ARIZONA CI TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY. ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY FEBRUARY 22 1890 17 VOTiXX. Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 22, 1S90. POUTICAIi HISTORY. From present indications a great ileal of political history will be made in 18) and it will be of such a nature as to re dound to the everlasting glory of the re publican party. What has already been done in this direction will prove to young men who have just attained or arealwut to attain their majority an excellent guide in selecting the party to which they will ally themselves. Let them consider for a moment the condition of affairs in the Montana State Senate, where the republican members are bending every energy to transact the business of the people, and the democrat ic members are using every means in their power to retard and obstruct it. They have carried their obstruction tac tics to 6uch a limit that it is only by ap prehending and arresting absent Demo cratic members, and by imposing heavy fines for absence, th...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 22 February 1890

r.-i..M-i. T cab in Pab:v-.,a gothor wit ma do I y f nun Iho c raary l-io be derived jiribSfto of heiipiw Ik, v.i'.l jKisod centre; a: jtayer in Ariora. p ayt rs of :-t o.L-t d ili;;rs in iniorcst the uSi-Wfi i li.o nounreu.eut th:.t. lav.-, will bo tl.o la i i' on To: conrr;iti;.'it;.i:'! don from the j oppressed wilii taxation. Tho its pro :.- nH;, boir- r::,f iu a The loan coro.iu r-re directed to : Territorial hide cnuuly, r.mnii-i 'iitcir:ea, Fcb t bonoiit to fy from tho and compre-n--I tho i-rc- i actio;: to every tax A t-a .vinjiT to the tix 10 hundred thousand s ro fi'ir.H item in rrilorv, and tho ar :.t. iho biil has become a subject t Territorial r.r.d will iift a great bur ro j.'orty holders, who feel tho procni high rate of b:il is a w io one in a.l aud veil calculated to : to:h.- aud juuiciuus way. .-.Sior.crF, iproviued for), otloooi all the existing L-tednos, as well as the ah and school ic Jcbted h ere for, coupon bends bearing a rate of exceed " pi r cor. I he issue...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 22 February 1890

1 '1 7 f AT CHITTENDEN. Tho Rich Scnoiti Valcj RicliErd & Greeley's Ivr-ncli, aud Improve uicxits Tliereoii Nates- The Citizkn representative had the pleasure of sojourning with the g -d leople of Criltesiden fo- two day.: 'n.--v tu li, : nd was : VI to iis-I V.h-i-. r. such excellent spirit;; over the iute.ro t.-I their, at present, rather smail e.tv. This is t!io shipping point for a i,.::v mineral country which surround -5 it " every hand, and which ther-.r ha- n-. been much raid ab vat it, yet fr.j::r t:.;; depot .here there have been large loii of ore sh:pjed since the h-uddj.'ig t- t: e New Mexico .': Arir.oaa ra:hoa-.;. i)ur ing the last live or n:c mor.!;:.- has steadily inert aed, the oro?: .v.uh.j;,' principly from Wi.shiulcn C::u p ana the Ilarshaw country, uutii th-- ship ments will now amount t- tiftem car loads a month. Last week there v.; :e live cars loaded and shipped f.-oui taut point. Large quantities of meivLa;uk;-o are received for the country lyi:;g south o...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 22 February 1890

Tie Race Course Draws Heavily on ! the Church, uonsrecaxion -.. Batch of Interesting Gossip. . . A Casa Gbaxda, Ariz., Feb. 12, 1390. In a busy littla town like this wnero j everything is buzzing and a thousand . and one projects are formed and many of them carried out, too, many rumors are likewise flying about, eonie correct, "come otherwise. Whoever attempts faithf uly to chronicle passing events i? like TheophilusThistle who -sifted 3,000 thistles through the thick of Lis thumb." It is not that there is no news, but what is best to tell, that is the difficulty. Vnf vchnt to ear. but what not to say. the mioiug property south of Gua Lent., in which Thomas Tomhnson of this plae and others are interested, is incor rect, being -too previous" The time has been extended on the bond instead. Sooner or later tho sale will be made, no douot- . . , f interest to all since it p rtains to one of our best and most inc hicks continuation and must b3 suppressed until the wcduicg belsriiuout. T...

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

"ARIZONA "W CITIZEN II 1 I iX II Y VOL. XX. TUCSON, PIMA. COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY MARCH 1, 189C. NO. 18. 4 THE EXILED CHIRICAHUAS. The press throughout tho country is njoff over the mimic battle, fought with metal type and printer's ink, in lieu of swordsand muskets, by Generals Crook and Miles. The former in Ins uesire to bring about the transfer of Geronimo and other Cairicahiias from Alabama to Indian Territory, endeavors to belittle Miles, in the feeble reply to the invinci ble arguments of the San Francisco Chrotic'e showing why these Indians should not be removed. We thought better of Crook than this, and regret that he should see tit to indulge in such unsoldier like action. Yet, it is his own affair and, if he thinks best to follow the course as commenced, it is his priv ilege to do bo ho certainly is not hob bled. At the same time, the proposed remov al of these savages is none the less an outrage. Because Geronimo conducts a Sunday school class it does necessa...

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 March 1890

v Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY FEBRUARR 22, 1SC0. 12. I'.. TKNSIT, ... I'reMdt-nt. IliiiliSKUV i:::WN. Kdi!orTd Manac-r. Citizen Printing & PublishiiigCo. ti-::;.h 101; daily V. r r 10.00. Monih l.OO W .25. THE FAIR. The Denver Times speaks thus of tho opposition that has manifested itself to the World's Fair: '"A strong element among tho South ern Daiocrat3 in Congress, led by Mr. HID s of Texas.and Mr. McMillin of Ten nesr-e, will oppose the Worlds Fair project. They will make tho govern ment appropriation of S1,50J,000 the chief reason for their opposition. They wid ucuotless claim that it is uncon EtitutionaL Tho Southern Democrats always have contended that evervthing tlesjjnod for the conjmon good of the country, and calculated to promote tho general welfare, was unconstitutional. Before tbo war, the Southern De mocracy used to contend that, under the constitution, tho ceneral govern raent had no power except to protect and extend slavery. In this they were rretty generally an...

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 March 1890

O UK GAS A GRANDE LETTER. The Monarch. Mine - .Local Erents in a Lira j Town-Pcrs.oiiaI Mention. School Mutters. Casa Grande, Feb. 15th, 1800. I lite rest in mining matters is some what a rou soil by the recent arrival of MeFsrs. Jarvis ami Kussell of the Lela Mining Co., from Kansas City Mr. Rus sell is the banking partner of Mr. Ilark-nc-ss of Kansas City, who is also interest in tho Monarch mice. J. A. Conlee, former "superintendent of that mine, is alo Lore. Work Las gone on constantly on the Monarch property, although at present some delay is caused by the loss of tools in tho well which was being bored deeper for a larger supply of water. All this will be remedied in tiuie. John Moran who has been in town for some time past, will soon return to the Jack Kabbit mine. lie is sinking a well on his property, the Bomerang mine, by hand, a slower but perhaps Biirer process than by machinery, and ex I torts to tind water at the depth of per haps two hundred feet. Mr. Bien has had a w...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 1 March 1890

THE PUBLIC LIBRARY. Never More Popular Than Now , Readers Constantly Increasing List of New) Books. Miss Nellie Tom-roT, the cfllcieat librarian of the Tucson Public Library, last night called the rci crtc-r'e attention to a large number of new books that have recently been received by that in stitution, and placed cn the t-helves for the benefit of the public. The books are well an 1 handsomely bound and add much to the apjcaraDce of the library, as well as be ing a valuable addition to the books on hand, from which patrons may roako selections, many of them being standard works not heretofore kept. 'You can scarcely have any idea," said the librarian, "how busy I am kept here almost every evening attending to our patrons. The readers aro constant ly increasing, and we nov havo fully one-third more than at this time last year. Yes, it has been usual for the library to give an entertainment every year to raise funds to pay for books, but we have not done so yet this season." Sincala...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 8 March 1890

WEEKLY U1 JL lijjjjl . TUCSON, PIMA. COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY MARCH 8, 1890. VOL. XX. NO. 19. Ws want to 6ee Bob Paul confirmed and Hon. Ed Wells, of Prescott, succeed Wright Speaker Reed's plan for counting a quorum out of the no quorum demo crats, is working like a charm, and the business of the country is progressing in a most acceptable and satisfactory man ner. The young Duke of Orleans, recentl convicted of conspiracy against the peace of France, and sentenced to tw year?, imprisonment, is to bo conducted to the frontier and told to make himsel scarce. The presumption is that ho wil only bo too glad to avail himself cf tin privilege accorded. The northern portions of the territory have a just claim on tho Supreme Judge and wo are anxious to see that right recognized by the appointment of Hon Ed. Wells of Prescott The lion. Attor ney-General can do Arizona no greater favor than bv making this much needed and desired appointment. It is too soon be speculate on the pr...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 8 March 1890

Weekly Citizen. saii:i:i)a iiAiiciis, is;m. SENATOIl , HOAR ON PATRON AGE. Tho civil r-orvice reformers have boon criticising Senator Hoar on account of his ciTorts to secure a Republican Col lector at Boston in place of a Democrat, a;air.pt whom only partisan objections can be made. They claim that the office is not a political one, and that therefore an incumbent who is person ally capable and worthy should not be disturbed. To this the Senator replies that it is absolutely necessary that such officers should be in political harmony with the administration, particularly at the present time, when their duties per tain directly to the enforcement of a policy upon which the administration came into power. He reminds his critics that Mr. Jefferson removed Mr. Goodrich from the ofiice of Collector of New Haven, ic spite of the remonstrance of merchants, and appointed his politi cal friend, Mr. Bishop, to the place. All succeeding presidents have done like wise. Cleveland substituted De...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 8 March 1890

GHAND ARMY EOYS Move On To TomLstoneThe Tucson i Delegation Lcavo To-day Wto Will IBo Present. Tho mombors of the Grnnd Army of tlip Ht'jiublic, roircsontaiives of the eirht poj-ts in this Territory, will all be in Tombstone next week, at ihe meet- irs of the Eighth Annu.il Encampment of tho Department of Arizona. For the rart week Adjutant-General Kelley has been receiving advices from those who expect to be present, and last night the list was complete, and ha kindly furnish - ed tho Citize- with a rostrum of the e carnpment. The department of Arizona now con sols of eight posts with a membership of 3o' an increase of about 50 during the past year. Ono additional post has boon, established during th9 past year, at Uisboe, which Etarts oil with a good membership, and some excellent raater- inl for a nourishing post. Department Commander A. B. Samp- r-on, of Negley Post of kthis city, accom panied by his staff officers, who live here, Adjutant General li. B. Kelley and Judge Advocat...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 8 March 1890

V FINANCIAL EEPORT -OP PEMA COUNTY FOR THE YCAFl DEC. 31, 1C39. OFrici'- Statement. TO THE HON. BOARD OF SUPERVISOR:.. PIMA COUNTY, A. T. GENTLEMEN : I have the honor to submit to yon th- following statement of the fmtuicial altars f Pinia County, for th? var ending Ik-cvinlter Sli-i. 189, as my annual resort. The followinc ttonanJs on the County, i'-r Connty ezieiife for yearly, have been :nliisl. allowed and cliarued to the several nceouni-s a follows: Court Ilousfl Account. Tucson Lumber Co., lumber ! L M I'rincf, repturs J M IWer, work n wifes John Borrows repair. Hc Tucson (i:fit'u,.Fts, lv l'hTce Foul, n;airs, etc V H Tkiarphy, tlrarsir.s contract Hoi Warner, janitor, l- John tianiiner, iron platen reiwurs "'-" Hushes, Stevens A Co., tM" hxt;ires, etc. Ahnv. HitTlow i Co.. iiistuns Antonio fcoto, haulins dirt. John Mott. rpiairir. tools Parker i Watts, watr, lv'.l David Kennedy, prnnin trees L. Zeokendorf Ac Co., supplies CF Groff. b'-iildinK ve.ult Charles N'irney-r, repairs,...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 15 March 1890

P S H V i fly l fl a f tnJSOtf , PIMA. COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY MARCH 15, 1890. VOL. XX. HO. 20. MORs:o:;s a?;d nsxxco. As many Mormons are threatening to nv.grate to Mexico in view of the re-cent Gentile victories in Utah, it is a matter of great interest to Americans watch!. 'g the solution of the next polygamous rob lem, to nolo tho tenor of the prets of Mexico in relation thereto. Discuss!::; this question the Two Republics pub lished at the Mexican capital s;;yt-: "The Trait d Union in alluding to the possibility of a large Mormon movement towards Mexico, as a consequence of the recent elections in that territory, says the immigrants will come determined to defy the laws of this country. The Siglo does not understand what laws can be meant by the French papers. If the Trait d"Union refers to the Mormon practice of polygamy, the Siglo sees a ready solution of the difficulty. It sa;s that the laws of Mexico will recognize but one wife in plural marriages. I he first w...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 15 March 1890

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY MARCH 8, 1S90. PROTECTION AND PRICES OP WOOLENS. CompUruente of Illinois Branch Protective Tariff. An industry that has been especially assailed by free trade advocates, prob ably because so generally aftectirijr the interests of every household, is that of wool manufactures. And here, as else where, the appeal has been to the mer cenary impulses, of the voter, who is urged to believe that the design and result of protection is to make prices permanently higher. A glance at the history and prices of some of the pro ducts of wool manufacturers may be profitable. The tariff on wools and woolen goods has been at the highest point since March, 18C7, though for several years previous it was practically nearly as high on account of the premium on gold in which all duties had to be paid. A reference to quotations of recognized reliability shows that in 1SG0, when a large proportion of carpets used were made abroad, the wholesale price of 2-ply ingrains were TO 72 c...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 15 March 1890

LOCAL. NEWS. Wni. M. Griffith of Dripping Springs, il paying Tucson a visit- The private car of Mrs. J. B. Hrgin il 6till side tracked at the depot. lion. Burt Dunlap went to tho coun try to-day to look at a herd of cattle. Work on the new residence being rectedby M.S. Snyder is progessing rapidly. Mr. Geo. W. Simon, of San Francisco, is at the Cosmopolitan. Knox Corbettleft this morning for his ranch on the San Pedro. Merchants are generaily busy receiv ing Spring stocks of goods. Mr. J. K. Livingston, of Grant, Mon tano, is at the San Xavier. Wm. II. Barnes was recently eW-ted president of the Commercial Club of this city. Walter Vail, of Vosburg & Vail, arriv ed in the citv last evening, lie is ttop ping at the San Xavier. Sabino Otero sold yesterday to eastern TartJAa eooo head of two ana tnree yea old steers. They wiil be shipped to Kansas City. The Commercial Club wilfgive one of thir regular hops, at their parlors to night. will t)a mil sale. Fifty cents all around". The ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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