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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 15 March 1890

Weekly Citizen. oov- woifust. always had been a Territorial stat ute (pee section 1097, pa-je 170, compiled laws of Arizona, 1877) that gave the governor the power of removal for cauee. My late predecessor, the fourteenth leg islature, and the "code commission" all Democratic disscreed about a number is getting warm real A reporter of the Citizen last night, " the appointees, which resulted in SATURDAY MARCH 8, 1S0O. Talks About Proposed Legislation For Arizona The Icjrislative Act The Mormon ZTest Oath. The weather euuiuier liko. A new stenm pump has been put up at the Indian school. The school lots which were 6old this afternoon, brought good prices. Tucson merchants are receiving large corusigmueuts of goods for the epring trade. There were only a few bidders at the auction saie of tue school lots on batur- day last. Mrs. end Miss Hemrae left for their Toso Luer.o' ranch yesterday to be gone a lew days. Photographer P-uehman has returned to Tucson, after an extended and lucra tiv...

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 March 1890

ARIZONA WEEKLY fV i VOL. XX. rOJSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY MARCH 22, 1890. J JL JLOJL THE REPUBLICANS' CHANCE, iiiLULuiiLiWAii. , The Democrats propose to secure fif- The Ion- neglected but very import- j t(vcn 1residential electors from Ohio, ant project of building a wagon roau through tfie enactment of a law for the from Tucson to Globe should engage the j . . . th nmr:,a nnf,Mionai attention of the people of this city. At present the travel leaves the railroad at Willcox, goes directly north to Grant and Thomas, and from there to Globe, a distance of about 140 miles. The pro pose! road will meet with great favor among the settlers along the San Pedro, who would undoubtedly assist in placing it in good shape and maintaining it in gxd condition in tne future, and the CJst of construction would bo ridicu lously small in comparison to the advan tages that must aecure to Tucson from a good road over so bhort and di rect a route. Let cur business men of energy come...

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 March 1890

Wekkly Citizen. SAT AV. MARCH 22, 1S00. . pects in omo. iT::l.-tcad is reported as very ; tl.o isrospecis of the Eepub Ohio, lie does not think that o:rat-s with all their desperate -.: and ridiculous gerryman- V.l be- able to steal more than v;.-:nan. In describing the . : the Duckeye represen " 1 ..ri:f reform and patent dou i J;:;l:.il boxes, he says 'that in . vt a Democratic congressional :t ! Cincinnati, they ran a t'.r .-.-li the city from east to t'.c-y certainly succeeded in ', eiwo niosc fanastically ehap .. :rr.al difliicts in the country. rw:v I ictures yae than ex-Sen-I :: a! Js famous saddle-bags i.i Indiana. Tney are more ::.n tha celebrated shoestring :i I.Ihsissippi. And they are L'tacular than the tide-divided .South Carolina. Mr. Hal lares that the Kepublicans will s'.r.tenoxt year. He says that j last year was-the Sunday ; .v in Cincinnati, which alien at :rr:nns. It is to be hoped that :ir t impulsive editor will not ; -'ors cf the ballot box blunder r-r.tirclv ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 22 March 1890

LOCAL HEWS. Maish A- Driscoll have sold r.ll their two year old Ktfers tu northern buyers at OQM per head. Nogales is well represented around the court housA this term or court. (uito a number of its proauneut citizens aro iu attendance. Game f seems to bo plentiful this season. (Juito a number of Indians were on the street yesterday laden with venison, which they offer at apiece. The grand jury seem to lw hard at work. A great inauy witnesses irive been examined, but they have as yet made no report. Mr. B. W. Tichenor, has returned from Phenix, where h? has bec-u in attend ance oa the district court, as steno grapher. The work ol -jradins tho block for merly belonging to school district; No. 1, still continues, much to the improve ment of that place's appearance. Let those of our citizens who are in terested in the welfare of Tucson be prepared to welcome heartily the excur sionists who will arrive here next Sun day. Mr. Pedro Aguirro has been out at his ranch in the Altar valley, ...

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. — 22 March 1890

Weekly Citizen. S VI TKhAY, MARCH 22, 1890. V. V. Williams arrived here yester day from C:sa viraade. Mr. I. Tmvno is in the citv from Calab:,.-ra. V. S. Fr-.irri.-s fame in Saturday from his La Osa ranch. T'i.I.olt and F. A. Stevens of , ,.ro ia Tu'.-soa on business. Ca--t T. 15. :xlu n. of Xogales is at the Drake who has been at n business, returned to tl.: It.. ed Treasurer is rapidly paying off de i : .iliivl tiit countv and in conse- o v. a: runts are on the raise. frr;Kd jury after some delay caus- li faul:::-' jurors was finally em- l tli is uUeimon. Mr. ,To!;n Dessart, the ixpular gro- a n nirai of Xogales, is here attending tl.v District Court Marshal Meade is busily engaged in arranging matters in his office to turn over to h is successor. Mi?s Sutherland, from Southern Cal iforiria. arrived in Tucson last Saturday on a visit to her sisters, Mr?. Seeley and Mis. Herbert-Crown. The voung son of Capt.A. E. Milti m:re. w ho recently shot himself acci lenlv. is rapidly recover...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 29 March 1890

V r. Kv.ii-.-. .j 5. :.-' --! I .JfcTsris 83253 15 A 3.HT j 'rj"ir .V; .,....,. - ' 1 '" . . . . . ........ r.,; ' . 1 ,'.T-!H PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY MARCH 29, 1890. - NO. 22. AN INTERESTING DECISION. An Associated "Tress telegram; of" the 18h instaij jjiving the. ..Supremo Couit decieion on theesal&f of the Idaho leg islature, so covers the acta of tholif teenth legislature of Arizona as to make it mighty interesting to the democratic poIititi6ns th, tbisnepi or woods. the hand writing on Jtbo wall jo whch theirTg-onlld-oversVniajr read their The Supremo Court yesterday ren dered a decision in an interesting ease growing out of th(Tacts ofT'tho liftef Th aeaskjji of. the-Idaho Legislature. The appellants alleged that they declared the council and house of .representatives adjourned at midnight after a session of .sixty days, this Wing a limit of the If gisla tive session under the congressional "law. 'They assert that some membersf each house remained, electi...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 29 March 1890

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1890 THE PIRALTA FRAUD On March 11th, 18CO, the petition of claimants to the famous Peralta grant was formally sworrfTo, and docketed in the Court of Claims, and numbered 16, 71?. This is a very decided departure iu land grant procedure, and on account of the importance of the claim, its well known fraudulent character, and the precedent that would bo established by its consideration in the Court of Claims, as well as the standing of the lawyers who have cast their lot with this gigantic fraud, this new move must attract very general attention and considerable in terest. The original jurisdiction of the Court of Claims will be found on page 19.1, commencing with section 1059, R. S. The class of cases named as within the jurisdiction of the Court of Claims does not include private land grants of the nature of the claims arising from our acquisition of foreign territory under treaty stipulation. Sec. 10G6, R. Sn par ticularly provides as follows: uT...

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. — 29 March 1890

County warrants are in large demand and are purchased now at par. Four carloads of groceries, were un loaded at the depot this morning. Dr. A. S. Adler, formerly of this place, but now located in Florence, is paying the old pueblo a visit. E. O. Sykes is in from Calabasas and report ee"y thing around that coun try in a prosperous condition. The case of the Territory vs. Harry Haley, indicted for embezzlement, came up for trial in the District Court this morning. J. A. Black and Thos. Hughes loft for Phenix on last night's train, on business connected with their respective terri torial ofhces. There are several cattle buyers from Kansas City, in town. They are pur chasing all the steers they can get, and ahip them to Kansas for feeders. Summer is fast approaching, already the high tenor voice of the long legged .7!- : l:Kt rrrkt 'I'hor carry their auger with them too. Messrs. Harper & Brothers have ju6t published an impoptant anonymous work entitled "God m Ills orld; an in terpre...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 29 March 1890

EEKLV ClTISEN. SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1S90 LOCAL NEWS. Ju.Lv Win. Herring of Tombstone, is i uere in aiU'iuMiu'don uie isirici vuun. C. il. UriiL-o, of l!ie Baboeoniari Cattle Company, is paying us a visit. L. Ephraim. of Nobles, is stopping at the Cosmopolitan. T. Tj. Moore i:nd wife came in from Tombstone yesterday, and are stopping at the San Aavier. Mr. Win. Pickett having completed his labors as :t ,'raail juryman, left for ijuijotoa to-Jay. Td criminal cases on tliecalander are o.vuiyiiiir the attention of the court to day. ilr. Ada ri:nf Plioniv, is in town oa l.iintur: tuaiiCi ted with the Land Orfie. A very pleasant affair was tho after n)i tea party ,'iveu by Maj. and Mrs. lower to lior friends last Saturday. !r. A. M. Franklin, who has been Attending to some contested cases before the land office, has returned to Temne. ' The trail of criminal cases will soon bjgin. The petit jury will be sworn in next .Monday. Mr. S. M. Franklin leaves to-night for i uma to attend the distr...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 5 April 1890

1 H TUCSON, PIMA. COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY APRIL 5, 1890. NO. 23. VOL. XX. ARIZONA WEEKLY n TREES FOR TIMBER AND FTJEI Uader the foregoing caption, the J. D. Beynaert Miming Company have issued the following carefully compiled circu lar, on tree culture, whieh we ef ps-cially commend to the attention of our land owners. We are somewhat apprehen sive that th eucalyptus tree will not thrive well hereabouts, but the experi ment is well worth trying. Under the figures given, the growing of the euca lyptus, if it does reasonably well, will be found more profitable than almost any other class of crops that can be put in the ground, considering the little ex pense attached thereto. We would like to see the experiment tried on the lands east of Tucson: The eucalyptus or Australian gum, is, owing to its very rapid growth and other good qualities, a most raluable tree, whose virtues wo are only begin ning to appreciate in California. There are about a Bcoie of varieties of the euc...

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. — 5 April 1890

ivLY OlTISEN, SATLTRDA Y, APRIL 5, 1890 WHAT TWtSTY" ACRES WILL PRODUCE. The propose! changes in tho home stead law, by which in certain districts, the amount of land to be taken under . one entrv is to bo restricted to 40 acres, does not meet with much favor in Ari . zona, where larrre areas of land are the rule,-and cot the exception, the prevail in? ouinion beimr that larcre bodies of landare'necessary in order to make farm - ing pay; but the Los Angeles Herald is of a different way of thinking, - and gives the following facts and figures of what can be done, even on 20 acres. ' We well know that what can be done in Califor- ' ma can also be done here. -It is hard to impress on the mind of tho iuexperiencod, that it is a fact that a.20-acro patch of ground in this section will yield produce 'worth more than half a section cf ordinary Western lands will "yield on the average. Yet in spite of all this skepticism begotten of ignorance, the fact remains a fact, . with instances lv th...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 5 April 1890

li. Labareo came in yesterday from ' the Poso Bueno" ranch. He brought some 6teers which he had sold to Kansas City buyers. ' Biliy Reid, of the opera houss return ed from a trip through the central por tion of the territory, where ho accom . panied the Cora . Van Tassel theatre company. Mr. Julius B. Grunert, who has been visiting in Tucson for 6oine weeks past, left last night for Phenix. From there he will go to the Black Canon on a plea sure trip. ' . A couple of young boys were brought before Judge Meyer -this morning, charged with breaking into a cur auu 6tealing oranges. Active reparations are being mad for full Easter services, next Sunday both mornine and evening, at . the Con gregational church, in observance of the greatest of the churcn lesuvais. The ice cream 6aloon which has beeu started in Dr. Fenners's old oi5ce, pre " tnts a verr neat appearance, but the epell of chilly weather which is upon us. is a little against it. Mr. Rabinn Otero betran to load 500 steers, on ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 5 April 1890

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY, ATOIL o, 1S00 Mr. Otto Met chke, who, somo weeks ajro received soiaf painful bruises from a fall down a fchaft, is rapidly recovering from Lis injuries. The Olive mine, in the San Xavier dis trict, leased by Messrs. Wheeler & Ter ry, keeps producing its usual ton of good ore per day. Mr. Chas. TTores is kept continually bujjy at the sampling works; ho receives ores from all the surrounding cholriding camps which ho samples and ships to the smelters. Surveyor-General Royal A. Johnson lm roriA to his ranr-h. a fpw miles south of Tucson, and will feast for a few days on the sweet scent or alfalfa helds ana the fragrance of wild plants. lidly I.-tcho starts to-morrow on a trip tr In-i minn in tli Onimtna mountains. lie believes he has been lucky, and feels sure of havini? a snlendid nronertv: at any rate he seems to be resolved to work it awhile and see. The Piti7fv r.Ttnrtr this morninfT found (leo. Hucke, the custodian of the city jail, engaged in a most ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 12 April 1890

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL. XX. TUCSON, PIMA. COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY APRIL 12, 1890. NO. 24. Weekly citizen. SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1SJO The newly appointed postmaster at Albuquerque, New Mexico, was a non resident of the town. Some tall kicking is being done in consequence. How about the reorganization of the Republican Club? The time is drawing near when its services will be in demand and its reorganization should bo no long er delayed. The Clifton Clarion has again come to life and is smiling and chipper after its long sleep. It promises to ignore all classes of political 6trife and tvork for the development of tho country. Xt is owned and edited by S. D. Dye. It pre sents both a readable and creditable ap pearance. Hon. Cuas. M. Strauss has stepped down and out of office. Had ho done so a year ago he would have been better off in mind and purse than he is to-day We will, however, 6ay for him that dur ing his incumbency in office be made n good olncer, ana certainly 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. — 12 April 1890

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY APRIL 12, 1800. Or INTEREST TO SETTLERT. Some months since, Messrs. Craig and Iron, living on the Pinal Ranch, situated in the northern foothills of the Pinal mountains, wrote to the local land office here for information in regard to sur veys under the special deposit system. This letter was referred to Surveyor General Johnson, who explained to them the difficulties thrown in the way of the special deposit system ty the late unla- meated ex-Commissioner Spark, and sug gested that they address a letter on the subject to Governor Wolfley. This was dona, and the result is decidedly in favor of the applicants. Commissioner Groff is a gentleman of broad and liberal ideas and under his rulings no techni cality is allowed to intervene between the honest settler and his rights, Messrs. Craig & Iron hare a good piece of property, but they have labored years to make it such and they truly are de serving of the special 6urvey asked. Under the late administration ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 12 April 1890

IiOCAIj NEWS. Allen R. English came in from Tomb stone, and is on the street grating his many friends. J, P. Maish is in from the Kiota ranch. He says grass is tine and cattle in good condition. II. N. Laboroo is here from Poso Bue no Eanch. He reports grass good and cattle improving. L. Y. Wakefield has arrived from Pantano and brings information of prom ising prospects for cattleman in las section. " The delinquent tax Bales were coci Tltf last Saturday. Only about 1:5 parcels were sold to individuals, tne bal ance going to the territory. : Dnntr IT. S. Marshal Shilliam brouirhtin Kafael Cola, who has beta held by Commissioner English upon U;e charge or smuggling. i;na. TTct Uitild must trive his wagons morning. Charlev Procter has gone out to San kimnn jifVr his family, and upon his re turn will become superintendent of Maish & Driscoll cattle interests. Mr. Burkhalter at the depot informs nc thorA ia a etadv increase in amount of freight received at this iunt, and is sure of...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 12 April 1890

1 LOCAL NEWS. M. S. Snyder returned last Saturday from a long trip through the southern portion of the county, where he has been assessing for next years' taxes. Mr. J. V. Hansen, traveling agent for for the Giant Powder Company, returned to this city last nijht from a trip to Globe and vicinity. The supervisors met this morning in regular session and were busy in audit ing accounts against the county and ir&uing warrants therefor. llusineps of great importance will en . gago the attention of the members of the city conncil at their meeting to night, in the city hall. Having secured the agency for the Genuine liaeconora Mescal, I am ready to f urnisli the best "article at a reasonable price. Club Liquor and Cigar House, A reception at the Baptist Church at 7 o'clock tliis p. m., for Rev. C. A. Bu chanan and his lady. The public are cor dially invited. A 20x21 crayon picture of the wife of the Hon. I It." Brady of Florence, just finished by II. Buehman, is the finest yet produced...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 19 April 1890

ARIZONA KLY WW VOL. XX. T0V30N, PIMA. COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY APRIL 19, 1890. NO. 25. MR. FLOWER ON IRRIGATION. Boewell P. Flower, the democratic 000f?essmsin from New York, made a very limited examination of the arid lands problem during a visit to the Rocky mountains last summer, and now he bobs up serenely in. congress and op poses everything which has in view the reclamation of western land3 bv water storage or any other method w herein the national government is expected to lends a hand. Mr. Flower belongs tp that superficial class of eastern states men who believe that the country is going to the demnition bow-wows be cause of the "over production" of fruits of the soiL He admits that irrigated land produce the largest and best; crops, and on this account he thinks no relief should be given in the way of encourag ing the farmers in the west, and points out how manifestly unfair it would be to the poor eastern farmers. Mr. Flower depreciates the fact that the rail ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 19 April 1890

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY APRIL 3, 1SJ0. DESERTS. It has been so long the custom in Ari zona to speak of deserts, that certain re gions are called deserts, not because they are deserts, but because the name of desert is given to the plains in contra distinction to the mountain and table lands. But Arizona is now" settling up with a population that is coming to stay, and -it is about time that things should be called by their right names. Certainly we have some barren lands in this territory: what countrv has not? but the practice of calling all plains and open lands "deserts" should b& discon tinued. With the exception of a few spots cf 'minor importance, grass grows luxuriantly everywhere throughout Ari zona, and even the "barren" lands possess a growth of ironwood and mes quite trees where thousands upon thou sands of cords of wood may be cut. Such lands according to the common ac ceptance of the term, cannot be called desert by any fair application of the word. Webster tells u...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 19 April 1890

2f, 'O vO -f LOCAL. NEWS. Judge Wright arrived on this after noon's train. J. E. Ohls, Es arrived from Arivipa, this morning. Shedd is kept busy waiting on his cus tomers. Alex. McKay is here from the Santa Cataliuas. S. Chreiher has received some ten year old sour mash. H. D. Undervraod has returned from his trip to Oracle, II. K. Labaree has come over from ihe Paso Bueno Ranch. E. D. Crumb, route agent for Wells, Fargo & Co., went over to El Paso to day. It is understood that the SOIL will le an eventful day for two of Tucson's prominent people. The case of Pearson vs. Charanleaa is on trial to-day in the district court fore Judge Kibbey. Pierce Ford keeDS a fine stock of hard ware, tinware, crockery, glassware and other articles for household use. Push & Zellweger keep up their repu tation of keeping tine bef, pork, mutton . and other articles in their lire. The United States trial jury were at the court house this morning but were excused until to-morrow. N. M. Zier will...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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