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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 19 April 1890

-jo-. yes- id 'purchasing . loads of cattle, irom Huachuca and u of Iowa is in the old .oidng into our mining and cural resources, and enjoying our ;ant tliruate. o young colored Tags were locked . nigl;t and given permi6sion this .!::r to count railread ties in the di :i cf Yuma. v, noticed that quite a number o o i : .l ii ere congregated at Tush &. Mcrs th is morning. Be merciful uou l raise the price of steaks too s. Drisooll has returned from a 1. Th 1 up of tome of the herds of Maish ist-oll. They are gathering up beef s w!d to Kansas and Montana J. Sullivan, Gus Reidel and Wm. :irvthe representatives from Pima I. O. O. F., to the session of the ,V:! L ,1 ir n?t j- due which will meet in Globe .Monday. hr.?ou of Philadelphia has taken .i p. -I, ion at Imergan's. It w3 neces i t-v t'l im-rvaso their clerical force in -:, -r tiu.t t heir numerous customers u L. jiroiuptly waited upon. i'U-re :ire about fifty wild burros, as li.ct :-.-s vIlct. roaauug about the 60utu t.o of t...

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. — 26 April 1890

"ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL. XX. TUCSON, PIMA. COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY APRIL 26, 1890. NO. 26. Notwithstanding the dullness of bus iness at the present time, the outlook tor the coming summer U better than Was apprehended two mwn ths since. The recent J advance in silver to 100 the highest figure reached for a long time is undoubtedly dae to pros pective favorable action .on that metal by the present congress. The enate has passed! the "bill appro priating one hundred thousand dollars to erect a monument to General Grant. General Grant's body s'aould be removed to Washington, and his monument should be national. More range cattle liave been solJ. io outside buyers this spring, than at xny previous time. The prices paid, -while not high, are considered fair. More par ticularly so, since much of the stock cold, was off color and of low grr.de. Parties are reported to be fencing in Stevens Avenue. This in contrary to law, and we modestly rise to inquire what the city is t...

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. — 26 April 1890

CONSOLIDATED NATIONAL BANK OF TUCSON. In vesterdav's issue of our paper we published the authority of tho Comp troller of the Currency, authorizing our fellow townsmen to open a National Et.nk in our midst. This is a source of congratulation to our citizens ,as it will give our city financial standing all over the east, such as she has not had for years. In saying this, wo do not in the least mean to dis parage our other banking facilities in this territory; as the gentleman who conduct those private banking institu tions are, without exception gentlemen of integrity anl reliability. It is however an open secret by every one conversant with the laws of this terri tory, that there are no laws whatsoever, authorizing corporations to conduct a banking business: and a corporative bank in this territory besides being un known to "our statutes, has not the same responsibility of individuals, or ririns by reason of personal liabilities. Under the laws of the territory no out sider doing bu...

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. — 26 April 1890

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY APRIL 20, 1800. LOCAL KEWS. Final proofs in th8 United States land office hero, are being made at the rate of about forty per month. D. C. Cage left for home this morning accompanied by several young misses, who went out to spend a few days with Mrs. Andrew Cronley. Mrs. J. S. Noble came in from Los Angeles yesterday, and is meeting wuh a warm reception from her many friends, who are always glad to see lier. Caran d'Ache, the inimitable Parisian caricaturist, will contribute a 6eries of humorous drawings to the Editor's Drawer of Harper's Magazine for May. W. Reid is actively engaged in com pleting his baths in tho Opera House building. There will be hot and cold water and the best appointments for comfort of the liie in tho city. Recorder Shibell met with a eeriou accident on Friday evening last. A coal oil lamp was overturned, and in paaothei ing the lire with blankets, his right hand was badly burned. The supervteors completed the busi ness of the term 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. — 26 April 1890

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY APRIL 26, 1890. LOCAL NEWS. All ia actmty about A. V. Grossetta Go's store near the depot. Sheriff Wm. Whelan and wif, of Gra ham county, are in the city. Look out for the great Ameritan which will appear in a few days. P.Schreiber has received a barrel of ten year old eour mash whiskey. The U.S. grand and trial jurors have leen excused until next 'lhursday. Billy Reid is hard at work on hie new bath-house adjoining tne Upera House. Etchells is doing a rushing business, selling new wagons and carriages, and repairing old ones. J. Murray Bailey is making extensive repairs to his properties on Pennington street and Court Plaza. The term of the district court for Graham county has been adjourned to the first Monday in May. Hugh McCrvm, owner of the Fashion Building, is replastering, papering, and painting the saloen part of it. To-day the supreme court affirmed the judgment of the 6econd district court in the conviction or A. Leonard Meyer. James Finley is down...

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. — 3 May 1890

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL. XX. TLTl'SOH, PIMA. COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY MAY 3, 1890. NO. 27. Hery Waterman has been beaten on of SOOOat iioker. Kentuckians will read ily forgive his many weaknesses, but, to be beaten at poker, never. Tombstone wants the Democratic Ter ritorial Convention held-there. As Tuc hA it. last time., we most willingly pass the next issue of this doubtful com pliment to our mountain neignuor. Ths Citizen is rehgously opposed to free lead from Mexico, or from any other country in fact. The hills or our own countryre freighted with it, waiting for a demand that surely will be supplied when free ores are debarred admittance Up to this date the land offices here have received no notification from the general land office at Washington niithorizimr them to examine and pass linal proofs upon which the lat lleceiver Smith pocketed t'.o money. Some of the California papers are con gratulating Arizona over "an oil boom in Albuquerque." Arizona passes the ...

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. — 3 May 1890

SHOW IT UP. There are at present some gentlemen in this city who came direct from the east for the purpose of investing in mines in this territory. In conversation with one of the party, yesterday, we were led to the belief that they have anything but a favorable impression of this vici nity for a Held of mineral investment, for the simple reason that the proper ties hereabouts are not developed to such an extent as to warrant judicious investment of capital. Claims which have been placed upon the market, and fhduced these men to visit our ter ritory for the purpose of investing in the same, have turned out to be nothing more than prospect holes. This practice should be discontinued at once. The miner cannot expect to dispose of a mine, for a fabulous 6um, when he him self has no idea of its merits or demerits. Nothing retards the mineral industry of any community more than false repre sentations. The miner himself may possibly be imbued with the belief that his pot-hole mine contai...

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. — 3 May 1890

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY MAY 3, 1830. CoL J. A. Zabriskie and daugber have returned from an enjoyable trip east ward. There is much activity out at Olive in developing old claims and locating new ones. Justice. W. F. Scott has moved his office to No. 8 Court street, where he will dispense justice. n tt T.it,tianff Benin examining a Croup of mines for a Vacate of pro rmnAri nurehasers. CoLWm. Pickett, superintendent of the Bonanza company s mines t s:u'J" tia. is in the citv. In the district court this morning the case of U. S. vs. B. M. (Jrawiora was au journed for the term. ;..n;A an tivitv in Tucson to-day in transfers or changes in real state at least in me air. Ref ugio Saenz, of San Pedro, was mak ing final proof in the land office yester dav for his homestead claim. rmildine on South Meyer street, near his saddellry store is nearly ready lor occupancy. Thos. Taylor, of Paso Bueno, an old time Arizonan, is m the city on uuw ness connected with the land office. TKa rniimr men nf...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 3 May 1890

C1TI2EN. SATURDAY MAY 3, 1S'A. LOCAL NEWS. Et?v. Mr. Colo ;s n-jtidly recovering his recent illosa aul bo out a-jaiu in a few Jays. C. II. Wores i seM?m seen on the streets now. 1I3 inusi kept busy testing ores and makh: assays. Rosario Urona. inert;: i ant, corner of Convent and M'AViiiuiek streets, is kept busy waiting o;i Llo customers. Hughes A- Stevtus Lave made a eub ttantia's gallon zinc tank for A. Heruuie, for uo on his Paso Uueno ranch. Tli3 nickel in tho Elot machine has reached Tuon, and will bo found at Congress Hall. Tlris one is a horse race in a ;.:lass globe. ll.o Tucson lee Works are kept busy supplying the iurgo demand of ice in Tucson, as ve!l as turnishing surround ing towns and mining camps. D. puty United States MarslfalJ. V. Taii'. aud V. Sliiilen Lave returned from a tr.; arvu: u i;o .irt, judicial district, uui;:o::.r.g jurors and itnesses. A gl?.:uv i::U our t'V) banks hnds the rs bj.y hr.r.d.:: o.it or taking m . or in ix'stin' u books, and is an ca& ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 10 May 1890

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. TUCSON, PIMA. COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY MAY 10, 1890. NO. 27. VOL. XX. THE WICKHAM LAND BILL. A bill for the settlement of private land claims in New Mexico, Arizona. Colorado, Utah and Nevada, has been reported favorably in both houses. The bill as it will pass the house is known as the Wickham bill, and as this measure will in all likelihood become a law with in a short time, the New Mexican here with presents to tb people a short, but correct and comprehensive synopsis cf this to them most important measure. The bill establishes a land court, to consist of one chief justice and two as sociate justices. These are to hold office during good behavior and are to receive a 6alary of $3,000 per year. There shall be a chief clerk of the court at "Washington and a deputy at the capitals of the states and territories where the court is to be held. A steno grapher for the court shall also bo ap pointed. The U.S. marshals of the sever al districts shall at...

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 May 1890

1J;C TAT'S GF THE SOUTHWES lliv f .! i r. c T Mew Mexico comprises "b iut lv i i . ci . v ' l is ds. The strange Icrtvrec? ir n, however, that nearly cno fourlh, or f-vonty species, aro aquatic Thus, tif T i!iiity-HS fiieeiosof N:rth Ar;:xn!i due!:?, twenty aro found in I.c-v 2-1; rKx KigLt kinds ot herons, v.i t- jir tho trumpeter swan (Cignus e foefe. niteen snipes, a t; warcr.fi j makes its p- '-:r territory occasionally. i r t.pi'ies pertain to New h-y a few cf the aquatic .ended breed here. Another of our ornithological fanea Mv;.. birds i the absence or irepntatives of the parrot Ir.i .. 1ms is tne more surpris ing. j:s tn j :ne forests of the norluern rMerra Alauro ::e haunted by a species of large gren parrot in numbers. That bird is a constant inhabitantof the solit ude west of theCasa Grande. But, unlike theCar'iTii:ui parrot, it is not mi gratory. Th.i ,'.reen ::nd yellow plumes w!:icli o;:r Pus-blo Indians so much est cr! obtained by them formerly OQ their trieling exped...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 10 May 1890

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY MAY 10, 1830. LOCAL NEWS. Dr. A. E. Da Corse has come up from Yuma. Ex Marshal MeaJe haa arrived from Tombstone. Mrs. George Scott has coaie over from Riverside. The baud recently organized look gay in their new uniforms. Supervisor O. F. Townsend, of Yuma, is attending to laud business. Doc Patterson, of Dudleyville, is in from the San Pedro, for a lot of mercuau dise for Geo. Cook. The pay-car of the S. P. R. Iw, has been here and passed on, and as a result the employees are happy. James K. Brown is in from Sauharita talking with friends and purchasing sup plies for his station. Hon. M. G. Samaniego is preparing for the rainy season by placing a new roof on his residence oa Jackson street. The new military company is now an assured fact enough names have been signed. They will meet to organize about Thursday. County Surveyor George J. Roskruge, is slowly recovering from his attach of sickness, and will, in a few days bo a bio to attend to his ollicial duti...

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 May 1890

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY MAY 10, 153a LOCAL NEWS. J. ;esQu:n!in is I:crc from his ranch mi-! way ou the ljuijotoa road. J lie cattle men are happy a:ul busy; they arc- now engaged iu cLippiuga lot of Ccitio to Wyoming Major J. V. Wham, paymaster of the U. S. A., has roturnctl to his station in Tucson aftor v.n extended visit to Wash ington ;:nJ ot!:tr eastern joints. J.E. Tailniade is pairing ami paint ing t he ollice No. 210 Congress Btreet, next door to Dr. Handys', and tho new ocupant will have a comfortable place. Messrs Rice Jt Kreshman have placed a iew ceiling in the Elite saloon and a.hiVJ electric Jx-IIb to all the club rooms, hi -his a &re:t convenience to their .itruijs. The social feature of the week will bo tlie leception raid entertainment by the the ladies of the Church next Thursday evenine. A most enjoyable and success ful affair may be anticipated. The new band discoursed eome Aery good music last night at Levin's Turk, which was enjoyed by a good many peo ple,...

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 May 1890

ARM) H H -. 1 JL SLA vol. xx; TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY MAY 17, 1890. NO. 28. STRIKES. The civilized world is to-day involved in a tumult of strikes, and naturally the causes thereof have civen rise to much discussion. What is i 6trike? When a body of labor ing men refuse to perform their labor, and thus seek to harass their em ployer into submission to their demands for an increase of pay, or some other emolument to their benefit, it is so called a strike. By this means thousands of men in the United States to-day, are suffering from the above cause let alone the millions of unemployed on the other side of the Atlantic, rendered des titute and desperate through idleness victims of their own folly. In this age of freedom a man certainly has the right to demand what he deems his just due, but he should remember that his employer also is entitled to a fair share of justice; he shoul 3 also remember that the interr-si.- of his boss are sometimes identical with t...

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 May 1890

. ' . ..... - SATURDAY MAY 17? 15?0. IRRIGATION. f co of tho most vital eubjccts to Arl r ...i at r.ressiit the matter of irrisa . b;;t it z extremely doubtful if any. a.ir.-j. '.. 'ill be done in this direction dur tLg iLrt present Conresa. According to to!ci-aphio reports the irrigation coiu mitu nuiile its reortto the Senate on I'ri.iay la-t. The roport says that more i Una tvo iifthd of the area of the Unit e states, including Alaska, requires irri gation to insure regular crops. With lauis and reservoirs at suitable places a iina extent of this region could be made productive, and the floods of the ii i'!&?ippi alleviated. The process of lrri H ii on could be aided by boring artesian we! is. AH of the country west of the Hctera base of the Rocky mountains rciiires irrigation, except a part of Washington, Oregon and Northern Cal ifornia west of the Cascade mountains, and small areas in Eastern Oregon, Washington and Northern Dakota. . The report charges the geological sur ve...

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 May 1890

LOCAL. NEWS Jack Baldwin ia having the founda tion laid for a line, commodious stable. Kev. L. D. Mansfield canie in from Tombstone last evenirg. Billy Esid i& 20 going to bare ac awnin; up in front of hisbatb rvouis in the opera house bloci:. Mr. Geo. Wild ia in town from the 'Tellow Jacket inioea, purchaeuig sup plies. Messrs. Cuaimings and Gainor started for their home in Nog-ales by private C3n?yance last evening. ' It aeema Rood te 'have a cool day like this has been, after the long spell of hot weather. The sprinkling wagon on the streets to-day was beheld witn satisfaction, lhe dust is a great nuisance. Th new militia company nieot to night at Levin's Hall at 7:30 sharp. They will fix some regular night of meeting. All members are requested to turn out. J. IL Finch the efficient agent for Hon. C. R. Drake of his powder interests has returned from a business trip to ad- jucent mining camps, P. T. Dowling has come up from his flasario mines on the line of South western Pima...

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 May 1890

r 7 1.i v ... SATURDAY MAY 17, 1S00. LOCAL NEWS. Next Tuesday evening a meeting will be held at the city hail, to discuss the irrigation of the cemetery. All commit tees are requested to attend. Johnnie Quiirgle has come over from the Olive Camp as a witness in Justice hcxtt a court, lie reports rr ucn activity in mining m his sec I ion, with good re sults. A ball was given last evening at Le vin's Park in honor of the Tombstone B. B. Itoys. The affair went oil smooth ly, and everybody had a good time. The Gem Saloon has a new fended viv of dealing out drinks to its cus tomera. A 6ilver teapot containing the refresher is set before the applicant- New Ten Pin Alley at Levin's Tark. The Tucson Band is a credit to the citv. end its members i re to be com- mendeil for the skill they have attained in so short a period of practice since their organization. L. Y. Ilolliday and Thomas Desmond, ol the Gila valley, near the Kan Pedro, came in yesterday with two carloads of prime beef cattle f...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 31 May 1890

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. TUJSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY MAI 31, 1890 VOL. XX. NO. 30. It should be the constant aim and in terest of all organizations to talk well A TVrrilnrv. A rood word in its travel more slowly than a UCUOiL JJJ.J V bad one, but it gets there all the same. According to the Prospector, munici pal appointments of Tombstone are not giving the republicans of that mountain burg the greatest of satisfaction, and a been made to submit IWpl-tv- the legality of said appointments to the consideration of J udge Sloan . Engineers passed through here a few days since, to the San Pedro, in the interest cf the north and south railroad. When this road is built, as it certainly will be in the near future, the trade and traffic of Tucson will more than double in a year. . Aw effr.rt ift hAincr made in TuCSOU to raise funds to build a good wagon road to the Mammoth mine which gives every promise to becoming at an early day the arirAet minin? iamn m Arizona.- ilc ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 31 May 1890

XKD1A2I DEPREDATION CLAIMS. The following is a synopsis of the In ch" m depredation bill reported by the 6en at i committee to whom such claims tvere rererred. Asrnanyor our citizens are de?ply interested in the passage of the biil we publish in full its most import ant provisions: The Court' of Claims will be' em pt aered to adjudicate all claims for property of citizens of the United States, destroyed by peaceable Indians, without jnst' cause or provocation on the part of t ie ovvner, also, all claims by Indians t cider treaty protection, whose property I is been unlawfully destroyed by white lien or by Indians of another tribe, in t mity with the United States; also, all t ffseta or counter claims to any claim of t ilhor of the preceding classes. Socliou2 provides for concurrent juris- iioiioa of United States District Courts vii:i Court of Claims to the amount of 2.XA and United States Circuit Court -.oacurrent jurisdiction where the amount exceeds $2,000, and does not ex ceed 1...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 31 May 1890

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY MAY 31, 1SC0. Lots of soldiers in to- n todaj. J. H. Finch came in last evening from Phoenix. Pima IxxLre No. 3. LO.O.F, will meet to-ciht at 7:30 o'clock. Dr. Martin's is a popular resort fcr ob taining that refreshing ichy and J? rui Miz. A valuable piece of property is offered for sali. Not the ad. of it in another column. TVia flArial force at the depot will have to be increased if business increas es as it has lately. The Pioneers meet to-nfcht to make final arrangement about turning out on Memorial Day. By mistake the notice of the service of the Congregational cnurcn ior aunaay was omitted. - It is rery quiet about the court houso, the officers hating but little to do, except routine business. - The Fort Lowell mail wagon horse ran away up Congress St. this noon, mak ing things livelyera lew minutes. One's clothes "have an affectionate cling this weather, the one thing th& "sticketh closes than ajbrother." Mrs. CL J. Putman, ofYuma, who for merly ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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