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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 31 May 1890

LOCAIi NE78. Go to Leria't Park lo-hight Tucson Lodge No. 9, Knights of Pythias iueet to-night at 7:30. J. B. McCallahan has Oro Blanco. arrived from Mr. L Meyer is improving rapidly, nd will soon be around. c ". .-J Don A. Sanford has come down from his ranch on the Sonoita. First rate music, and a pleasant place to pass away time, at Levin's Park. Phil Schaaf has returned from a trip to his Mines in the western part of the county. . Alex Wendt has come down from Greaterrille to spend a few days in the old pueblo. Hot lunch evert day. Wein 6ansages sud cooling beer at Jimmy Brown's St. Louis Exhar.ge. Capt. J. W. Johnston, superintendent of the Mammoth mine, arrived in tne city this morning. ' The whole side of "Wheeler fc Perry's adobe ware-house near the depot fell down yesterday morning. J. S. Hall, an Attorney of Phoenix, is in the city on professional! business. He has concluded to remove to Florence to reside permanently. Mr. II. Glucksman and son, of New York, are in the cit...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 7 June 1890

ARIZONA WEEKLY I f VOL. XX. TUCSON, PIMA. COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY JUNE 7, 1890. NO. 32. THE COLIXCTORSHIP. On the 10th inst, CeL J. P. McGroity forwarded his resignation as collector of internal revenue for the district of New Mexico and Arizona to the secretary of the treasury at Washington, and on y&c- terday the president appointed Mr. Levi A. Hughee, of Santa Fe, to the vacancy created by the resignation. It is prop er here to say that the resignation wcs entirely voluntary and not called for by -the administration; and that the secretary, according to ail appearances bad concluded to let CoL McGrorty finish four years of service. The latter, however, had private interests of con siderable magnitude demanding his im midiate attention, and coming to the conclusion that the end of the fiscal year was a good time to leave office, he ten dered his resignation. About as happy a choice as could well have been made by President Harrison in the matter of a successor to ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 7 June 1890

( i r"r iiini"'" - i-rir"i -ry THE SITUATION. The Pheuix Herald cf the 31st ult, discusses at lergih tho vicious attack of Governor Wolfiey through his organ, the Republican, upon the good name of Hon. Chas li. Drake. The purport aud intent of the assault is discussed ii no ambiguous phrase, but black is black ?nd white is white. Upon Gov ern )r V. olfiey and his few associates is ii;l.ily and truthfully charged the at tempt to rule or wreck the republican party in Arizona While prating of "harmony" the best men in the party a-v ij bo r.f.sr.iled. Within a week he, Governor Woliioy published a letter from 11k- President's private secretary f counseling brtrniOijy. Smarting under this just rebuke he published the letter a-id immediately thereafter makes vicious assault upon two prominent re publicans concerning a matter which is alleged t have taken place rive years ago. This ancient y:;rn concocted by democrats for the purpose of destroying harniory in the republican party is raked ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 7 June 1890

f-1 ratr TrTiiVJ-riT-ir-r" ' r - r " " r """" -e-S3SOt-jj iwf LOCAL NEWS. Go to Levin's Park to-night. J. P. Bogan has arrived in the city from Oro Blanco. Mr. David Dodaon, of Mammoth, is in the city. The Territorial Board of Equalization are still in session. At latest advices Photographer Bueh man was in Globe. Governor Wolfley has gone home to his official residence at l'hcnix. Prof. W. C. Bowman has brought his familr frnm TiaH Oilfies. to reblde 1U the Gregory Block. ' Frank Hereford, deputy District At torney, has returned homo Irom u irip to Crittenden on official business. At the meeting of the building and loan association O. Kresham was award ed 7 shares 51100 at 5TJ0 per tiuu. Mr. J. A. Stonay, sojourning in city afUr his recent illness, ile will retura iu a few days to his ranch at Paso Dueo. Mr. Walter L. Vail, of Empire Ranch is in the city. Mr. V. eeems to b none the worse off for bis Uila .Monster Dite Dr. Scott, the Dentist, is having a fine rim -.f hnsmass. due ot...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 7 June 1890

EKLY CITIES. ATUKDAY JUET, 1C00. LOCAL. NEWS. Hjii. Thomas Gates arrived this afier noju from liUaU. Mr. iViix Ifaas an J wife leave to day t it tlit SUlii'lOf. "Frying Pen" won $200 last night with ! cents, at lloulette. P. S. Patton, a merchant on tha Lower Saa Pedro, is ia the city Hon. II. S. Stevens has come over from his ranch ia the Sierritas. Necley Feud No. 1, G. A. IV, will meet to ri j-cht at l:'.rJ o'cloCii. A party of prisoner soldiers was taken away on this morning a train. L. J. Furrows 13 visiting the city from L:s home on thoQuijotoa road A. Coklfchuiidt fc Co. have everything required in the grocery line at cheap rales. ', O. Zifgenf uss, editor of the Repub Y-ruu. cuiied at the Citizen office thi iiiorninir B The ladies of the M. 11 Uhurch are i'lii.toiuplatiiii; havir.2 a series of Lawn Stvjials rhis fc.uanier. after the stylo cf the cue I-iot evening. Mr. Grout, owner of the Gem Saloon building, is making extensive improve ment in the private club rooms, and has...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 14 June 1890

nn TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY JUNE14S 1890. VOL. XX. NO. 33. ARIZONA WEEKLY rflT 7 7? JLU A 11 MJll N o fi si ri OUR CATTLE INDUSTRY. Hitherto comparatively few men have engaged in the busness of stock-raising in Arizona, notwithstanding it affords a . greater return for the money invested than aimofit. anr ether business. Some of the most solid men in this county have made their money in the stock business. There are adores of good ranches yet to be had in Pima County, where water can be obtained by sinking wells, and we are pleased to learn that not a few of such available sections are being taken up. The cattle plant of Arizona will be largely increased during the present year. Already wo have se cured a beef market, both east and west, which is gradually assuming such pro portions as to tax oar cattle men to their utmost to supply the demand. Arizona is better adapted for stock-raising than anv of her competitors. Cattle thrive both in winter and summer, a...

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. — 14 June 1890

sVEEKLY citizen- SATURDAY JUNE 14, 1890 The policy of publicly stabbing a fair reputation and then privately whining for harmony, deceives no one. The North and South railroad will let sunshine of prosperity into the Salt River Valley. Shake, Phenix, Tucson congratulates ycu on your good fortune. Tke election of lion. Charles R. Drake to the vice-Presidency of the Territorial Fair, to be held at Phonix in the nesr future, is a fitting andj just rebuke to the administration organ and i's boss. The friends of Hon. Ed. Wells should press his claims to the fourth judgeship lie would fill the bill most admirably, and his appointment would give much satisfaction to the people of the Ter ritory. The man that successfully carries the republican standard in the next con gressional election, can reasonably con sider himself on the highway to the United States Senate from the State of Arizona. Who will that standard bearer be? Ex-Jcdce James IL Weight has a wail of woe in the St, Louis Re publ...

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. — 14 June 1890

LOCAL NEWS. The imelter is sacking matt for ship ment. Mrs. Judge Sloac is visiting friends in Ohio. Mr. E. L. White, of Red Rock, is in town. Arizona Lodge No. 1, A.O. U. W. meets to-night. The Court Martial met this morning at 9 o'clock. this after- Mr. Jesse Finch came in noon from the Owl Heads. Dr. Martins Vichy fountain is being yrj well patronized lately. Antonio Soto, road overseer of the San Pedro district, is in Tucson. Mr. J. Ii. C. Waltemath now lies very ill at his home on Jackson street. The closing exercises at St. Joseph Academy took place this afternoon, Don Fernando P. Serrano, a wealthy and prominent business man of Altar i& in the city. Dr. Treen, Dentist, Pearson Block, has been called to Bi bee- W ill return about the loth. James E. Ohl, Esq.. a stalwart Repub lican and leading citizen of Graham Co is in the city. Judge Ilerrintr and wife, of Tomb etone. haTe come over, and are at the San Xarier. The new soldiers at Lowell, the 2nd Cavalry, express themselv...

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. — 14 June 1890

Weekly citizen, i SATURDAY JUNE 14, 1800 LOCAL NEWS. A fine new store to be occupied by S. E':.r as a dry goods establishment, on -Leyer street, is nearly completed. II. C. Howe, a surveyor of Cochise county has come over from Tombstone, oa business at the surveyor general's office llev. Rev. II. Hammond Cole will hold his last service before vacation to-morrow niyht at the Congregational church. At last the old smelter is running ag.iin. Every thing is in good shape, everv man at his poet, and it is going full blast About six carloads of etores from Ft. Lowell, are being packed at the depot. The soldiers will leave here Monday or Tuesday. Stjven trains of soldiers for Low ell, are due hero to-morrow. The saloons in the upper part of town will then have a lively time of it. Juan Castro was bound over to-day by Judge Meyer to answer the charge of grand larceny, in stealing $ol from Fran cisco Alverez. Mr. Chas. J. Wimple returned this morsing from Chicago where he has been staying fo...

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. — 21 June 1890

x Territory LiUarr. ' J-- ---lr-- ti.ii' - - - - VOL. XX. TOVSOtf, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY JUNE 21, 1330. NO. 34. ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. ALASKA FISHERIES. The seal fisheries of Alaska is at pres ent a theme of much discussion by British and American statesmen. Behring Se is the home of the f ur-bear-ing seal, and to-day is almost the only source from which the world is supplied. Soph being the case, it is quite natural that seal pirates are to be be found along the northern coast, making occasional onslaughts on the seal rookeries, and otherwise harrassing thoee who have ob tained a lese of these fisheries from cur government. For years and year the Northern Pacific has been a ren dezvous of seal pirates, who are to-lay - carrying on their nefarious trade in such an open and methodical manner, that the United States have been compelled to send steam cutters in that direction fir the protection of this industry. Last cummer they 6eizeJ and towed a number of British...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 21 June 1890

weekly ciTia-a. SATURDAY JLE 21, 1890 KT,W FEATURES !N IRRIGA TION. The government of Victoria, Australia, had sent Mr. ' John West to this country to study the American system of irriga . tion and also to inquire into the particu lar methods of cultivating vines, fruits and grain in vogue here. When in San Francisco he was interviewed by a re presentative of the Daily Report, to whom he 6tated that irrigation in the Victoria Colony was as yet in its infancy in Victoria, but a law had been passed doing away with riparian rights, and giving the state the ownership of all water. Irrigation works had been con fined 60 far to the great masonry weir on the Goldburn river, constructed at a cost of of 120,000, but tha government has appropirated 2,000,000 for irrigation purposes, and the greater part of this has been alio ted to bodies similar to boards of supervisors in American states, who borrow the money paying the govern ment 2 per cent a year interest more than the government borrows...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 21 June 1890

LOO All NEWS. - The smelter is shut down for want of Coke. Mrs. Douglas Snyder loaves to-morrow for California. District court has adjourned until tha September term. Sue Kee' establish eieut is undergo ing srtoutiive repairs. Arizona Lodsre No. 1. A. O. IT. W, meet to-night at 7.30. Mrs. Mansfield, wife of the Episcopa lain recter, is quite sick. Mr. John Norten, the merchant at Ft. Grant, is in town to-day. TnntMsteni has raised $500 for the celebration on the Fourth. The Mammoth Mining Co. are unload ing a carload of mining machinery. . Eighteen carloads of stock were load ed to-day by cattleman Zeek for Kansas. Justice Meyer put two drunks at sharing the lawn of Court plaza this morning. The case of Conn vs. Sanders, in the District court, has been decided in favor of plaintiff. The Suahuaro fruit is now ripening, and soon the Pagaeoes will 60on be on the street peddling it Antonio Carillo, for trying to run Car illo's Gardens yesterday, got $7 or seven days from Judge Scott, th...

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. — 21 June 1890

. Hit: Weekly citieen. SATURDAY JU!E 21,1800 Special drill of the militia company to ;k Negley Post, No. 1, meet to-nigLt at 7:3a Don A. Sanford is down from his Sjnoita ranch. . The J. P. L. Popular Store presents a very creditable appearance. In the district court yesterday Berca- be U. linclita was made a citizen. The Lexington Stable roof looks fine in a new coat or paint. Sam TTucrhps has irone out with sup plies for his cattle ranch near Silver The San Francisco restraurant is soon to move out of its present Quarters. The appeal in the Aguirre estate case occupied all of yesterday, ana was conti nued today. Business on the S. P. is slacking up owin to the approach of the dul, season. Mr. A. Redueill, the famous piano man is in town. As a tuner he ac knowledges no superior. Tom Steele has come over from Will- cox after his family, who have been down to Phenix visiting relatives. At the request of her many friends, Mrs. J. Murray Bailey will 6iDg at the M. H Church to-morrow nin...

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. — 28 June 1890

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL. XX. , TIJJSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY JUNE2 1890. NO. 34. Th patriotic letter of "Bucky" O'Niell to the Territorial Republican Commit tee has made him a host of friends among the republicans of Pima. English capital is evidently Becking investment in every channel of industry in America. Not content with monopo lizing our theatres, breweries, mines and mills, it now seeks to gobble up the great Louisiana Lottery. Hon. N. O. Mckpht, Secretary of the Territory, resigned his position as a member of the Territorial Republican upon the adjournment of the committee on the 21st inst Oakes is not only one of the best republicans, but one of the best politicians in Arizona. Some of the best republicans in Pima County go to Phenix to-morrow, to at tend the meeting of the Territorial Com mittee. When men like CoL - Hender son, Dr. Handy and John .Gardiner, men who do not have any offices and do not want any, attend such meetings, there is no dang...

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. — 28 June 1890

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY JUNE iN, 1SW OUR FUTURE. It is a foregone conclusion that ere another year oes by, Arizona will ex perience a larger influx of population and capital than ever before. Capital is always seeking places of rsmunera tive investment, and in do place has le gitimate mining been more Euccesf ully earned on than in Arizona. Wo have Lotn comparatively free from stock dalo, and tho lej'.t.ata dividends ci tuDes have demonstrated the richr.et-s t f the territory iu tne precious metals. Kuih year's developments Lave more fully demonstrated this fact, aud to day thia territory etanda better in the eyes of investors tliau any other mineral sec tion. We can safely look for a lare boom in this important ints re6t during the coming year. The live stock interest is iilsoasRUnimj; a magnitude that makes it one of the most important factors of our territerial wealth. Capital is turn ing its attention to this interest as sever bsfoie, and there era several larjre epila tions on...

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. — 28 June 1890

2L0CA1j NEWS. Arizona Irfxls No. 1, A. O.U. W.meet to-nijht at 7:f0. Petroleum V. B. Nasby, tie famcis humoiiKt, was at tl.e San Xavier yes terday. Mrs. S. J. Htaton will return from Califorsia soon, la greatly ;:rprovFv A drunken MrKK'j;n . breikirs in a door oa upper th' rr.ornir. St. I .if 'te;o fhipr-i t fcri as v o j'. for .S, -;1 . part. 1 wo c.ir.oH we u Vzunc'.tco this sl'-eru All rttir.lvr? of the will'.! tx-3 arc ra--iuteu t be in attf:!ds.i? ct th tafetiug to sight. Lasice? of im;rt aE0. ( A piul.ed batik .;'.: V3 ,'t;-"rVt oi :isi:i was i m-ny for iheau :!-. b ; your cr;e.,;cmiea:, nho M'Vhl.ea rr -i1 hy ti -.-a- T.red'cteJ it in your column many tsry of the ball cidb here fioai the n.ootfcs ;o. The bill c r.mc-.id;d sr..'. Toaib&tne club, as trk.ve.:ii expec:- j ;.nss vi by the senate is now upon jeuk to that ii;ce. Oiitsider- rmaibr the j -r l.ot'd' table and itddt.j.oHl of by the eicurtion " j ... .... ii jjoiE,; to 1 "lcihty j-t.Tc:-t- i i, r"'.i lr.tof f. k-i' c...

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. — 28 June 1890

Weekly citizkn. SATURDAY JUNE 28, 100 LOCAL NEWS. Go to Li9Tlq8 Park to-niht- H. Landers is in f rom Pantano on bus iness. Gjv. Wolfley cams ia 01 thu after noon's train. Look for your frisn Is at Lovin'a Park to-night. Sue Keo loks dinars when a k'd uiiow's business." Mr. Isaac Williams, of Casa Grande, Is in Iowa to-day. G?is Draka is flying around to;va on a r 3 -.v safety bicycle. Ijthflare b:n ranted by the park mirri.niaaL for the Feast. Mr. Louis E'.ekiola, the merchant at Mem moth, is in town to day. The store of N. Zier on Meyer street is being treated to a coat of paint. Practice games cf ball were played on tbe navr grounds yesterday afternoon. W. J. Osborne will finish up his duties as census enumsrator by next Saturday. The San Xavier mines are progressing. 20 mo a are cow working and rive more will be put on ia a few days. Rice & Kresham have rented 12 yards in a central location of tbe Park grounds for the coming k east. Everything is very quiet around the KhenfiT...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 5 July 1890

WEEKLY CI ARIZONA . if l-JJ ZJ- v o TUCSON, PIMA. COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY JULY 5, 1890. NO. 35. VOL. XX. lO EIILIIIN SENATORS. The assertion often made of late in va- j nous quarters that some of the Republi can Senators are wavering in their sup port of the uncompromising policy cf protection for all American in Justnor, which was the motive of the election of 1?SS, and the basis of the ta.itf bill Adopted by the House of Representa tives, prompts the following respectful address: You recognize that the triumph cf the Republican party is chiefly due to the vigor with which its leaders espoused the cause of protection, and therefore that it is pledged to maintain that cause by the full force of legislation. It is pledged to protect all American industries, and to promote all such forms of industry as have not heretofore bei-u organized in the United Statss and which our industrial conditions peruiit us to pursue with the assurance that they may be rea'" '-.Mici)vl hers ...

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 July 1890

imwrMyr-ri r-;-- Weekly citiein. SATURDAY JULY 5, 1800 ARIZONA FRUITS. It may seem Ftrange that hitherto the wonderful capabilities of Arizona aa a fruit gro iug nection have so long es caped their due netice and attention. With the exception of Phenix and a Email portion of the Salt River Valley, no considerable effort has been made towards developing our resources in this direction. Rut the reason is very 6impl?. Arizona is a great mineral countrj. Tlie men who have made their homes with us are; for the most part, of the mining class men who come here for the purpose of reaping their re ward from our minerals. Mining until i'jite recently, was the almost sole occu pation of Auzr.nans; and to anyone con versant with mining camp life its hard ships and pleasures, fortune and ill-luck, happy-go-lucky strife for hidden wealth it is no wonder the horticultural indus try of our territory has not received the ittsution it bo richly deserves. Of late, however, the people are becoming awar...

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. — 5 July 1890

LOOAIj news. Bacd concert at Court Vhi:..i to uior row niyht. Installation of ofticcrsto morrow night of A. O. U. W. Mr. Fro4 Fleishman left for Califor nia this morning. Mr. J. II. TeJley left for San Francis co this m jrninsj. Col. T. II. Jerome left for the vest on this raoruinjj's train. Arizona IxHljje No. 1, A. O. U.W. meet to-night at 7:TJ0 o'clock. Mrs. Cooier and children left to-day for Los Angeles, to epend the euaiuier. A. V. Grwsetta left on this morning's train for the east, going via California. Seven wagon loads of machinery and timbers left for tha Mammoth this after noon. MsrR. O. ITaskin and Sherman Cos of Bowie, are in the city, stopping at the Palace. Notice in another column the pro gramme of the celebration ef the 1- ourth of July. A nassenirer car is sidetracked at the T-o;ir-.a,l ctatinn fnr the excursion to Tombstone. Ilufhes & Stevens quantity of baled Iiaj cpiK)sit their store. Mr. Pr.mk Pii?o. asrent of Well? Faivo t Co at Benson, pasned through on t...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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