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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 5 July 1890

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY JULY 5, 1890 LOCAL KEWS.'J Mr. John lirown, and others of San lVdro will make a shipment of cattle for cattleman Zek in a day or two. Mr. Charles Ezekiels Las bought out his partner, llerlwrt Draclmian, and will continue the fruit business at the old eland. Mr. and Mrs. Henderson leave to-nior-row morning for San Francisco. Mra. Henderson will remain in California all Eummer. Mis Clara Schreiner and Miss Laura rit-rson, of the Indian school, leave for Detroit, Mich-, next Monday, where they lvmaiu until September. A dusky Indian maiden, in fhort slotives and khort drees, and wearing a highly colored costume, attracted con fcidorable attention to-day. A sheriffs sale took place at the deret 1hip inoruirs', of a lot cf railroHtl ties, and a constable's sale on lower Congress street this afternoon of a lot of furnit ure. Moor k Hayes have opened the Opera House Saloon, and will give a rand fpread this evening in honor of their new business. Call around and see ...

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 July 1890

1171717 III V yy va VAfi i a i 11 iL lUIhlM 0 VOL. XX. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY JULY 12, 1890. NO. 36. CENSUS JEM FLO YES. On tho 2t)th of June the following act passed the senate, viz: That "any super visor or enumerator of census who shall roceive any bonus, fee. or other consider ation of any character whatsoever in connection with hie duties as 6ucrvieor or enumerator, in addition to his com pensation authorized by tho act of March 1, 1SS0, as amended by the act cf January 23, ISM, or any persons or per sons, municipality or corporation, who ehali pay or attempt to pay any such bonus, fee, or other consideration to any supervisor or enumerator of cenus. shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and ti pon conviction, shall l3 11 ued not ex ceeding $3,000, and bo imprisoned not ex ceeding to years.' Tun democratic jiress does not like the Federal election law. Its partisan cry is against every measure which is de signed to insure honest elections. Has forc...

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 July 1890

r i Li:-ii i i vIii .-aV SAIL ill-UY JULY 1A liF.(.iM :-i; or juu can't vole. Ti;r. defeat of tho Federal elation law in the senate is the hope cf tho demo cratic party to dominate this nut Ion. Tin: democrats are closely r.tt ending to the matter of registration. Tho re publicans should not neglect thio ihity, as no one can vote in November wnooe name is net registered. Tin: governor, having no friends cr supporters in his ow n parly, is new dis pensing his poiitie.d favors among dem ocrat s,'with r. view doubtless cf ftiength ordng that 'iegis'ativo combine." Tnr. associated j-.res-s report to tho organ," '-tho Governor's p:T- you know," has taken another tumble, l'dy, but you can't pay for press cLp:.tc;.c j with iiiii'jjerse.M ze.n of Tuc-on. s ignorance o Arizona affairs would irul cue thr.t could not locate the territory :: th map of the world. Si far it ova his being 4a well known citizen of Tue?o:)," careful inquiry of our prominent c:li-z-?ns failed to discover j-ny cno who...

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 July 1890

Indications arc ucd for raiu. Mr. W. J. Glenn of Xojales, is in town to day. Regular drill by the militia company to-night. Rand concert on Court Pla.a to-morrow night. Johnny Hart is putting a new awning in front of his place. R. S. Hatch Esq., ex-sheriff of Cochise county, is iu the city to-day. Mr. and JMrs. 15. W. Tichecor will spend the summer in the East. The home market is overstocked with watermelons grown in this vicinity. Mr. "Reb" Wood came in yesterday f roni his ranch near the Mammoth. Mrs. S. II. Drschman and Miss Becky Ezekiel are vieiting at Ft. Iluachuca. Mrs. A. Goldschmidt left on Mondr.y last f jr California, to spend the summer. Mrs. Dr. Fenner and her father, Mr. Ilemme leave for San Francisco to-morrow. Mrs. Rev. Gunnott left yesterday for her home in Ohio, to be gone until Sep tember. There has been an addition of eight made to the family of white mice in the Cactus saloon. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Jacobs expact to leave for San Francisco next Thuridi-y, to ppond t...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 12 July 1890

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY .UTIA 1 ISA) 1.0 CAL. HEWS. How olil you celebrate? Lots of bi heads to-day. No more holidays till Thanks-giving. Dr. Tenner's ofiice is undergoing ie jjairs. I! 1j. Whito, of tbo lied Hock mine, is in town. Music at Carrillo's Gardens to-nior-n;ghv. Negloy Tost. (I. A. II., meet to-night at :'-'J) o'clock. .loiinny IFart had quite a celebration c.riiisownhxat night. J)r. IVtorr, the mining expert, came in from Kiverside yesterday. Mr, V. Uornard c?me in yesterday by private conveyance, from Arivaca. The census prers f rem this town will W j?ent to Washington to-morrow. The Cic-vr belonging to tho San Xavier hoM was running through tho streets this morning. Mrs.Koyal A. Joh.nson and daughter hfi. for Syracuse, New York, a few days ago, to sjen.l the summer. A bngsry !elongingt Neil's livery had the top "burned yesterday oj.jrwsito the iVpot. It was set on lire by a liro cracker. Mr. J. Lu Harding captured a gray fox in an upstairs room of his house to-day. I...

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 July 1890

WEEKLY CITIZEN VOL. XX. T IK-SON, HMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY JULY 19, 1890. NO. 37. If tho republican conventions this fall represent the will of the people, the. nominees will be triumphantly elected. The democratic howl against the Fed- eral election bill is indubitable proof j of the fact that the Southern States art Tuc Republican party is in full sym unquestionably republican on an honest i pathy vith the demand for relrench ballot, a f rea vote, and a fair count. s ment and the abolition of all useless oili- It is common street, report that Judge Crimes :s authority for the state ment that Governor Woifley instigated the charges against Oapt. Miltimore. We rise to remark right here that we believe the Judge to be mistaken. The public knowing that the Governor has debased his high fcfllce into a bucket shop, stand ready to believe him guilty of this very fojlish thing, but we do not believe he si far forgot himsolf in his daily attempts at "evening up" as to be gu...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 19 July 1890

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY JULY 19. 1890 The men who entered into that po litical combine to control the legislature will not be permitted te lead the party to defeat. No greater opportunity ever presented itielf to a political organization than that which invites the republican party of Arizona to certain success in No vember. Evidences are multiplying every day to assure us that the party leaders will rise to the occasion, subor dinating every thitg which is personal to the good of the party and the welfare ef the territory. If this is done, then will Pima become the banner republican county of Arizona. If this is not done, it will be because there is not eneugu patriotism in the party to deserve suc cess, for as certainly as the good men of the party suffer it to fall unJer the domination of boodlers, so surely will it meet with disaster. Wheu we read in the "organ" those comforting figures of the great amount the new funding bill will save to the people of" Arizona, we almost wish...

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 July 1890

"iVyV".ig"ar'ni mifiiii LOOAIi NEWS. J. T. Walsh is in from the Maraaioth G. W. Barnhart, of Mammoth, is in the city. J. E. Talmadge is sporting a very fine new covered wagon. Arizona Lodge No. 1, A. O. U. W. meets to-night at Tu'JO o'clock. Mrs. Frank Proctor is taking her sum mer vacation at SSolomonville. The Tucson Lumber Co. are having an addition put up to their office. Those poor clerks at Dr. Martin's vichy fountain are having lots to do. Militia drill to-night The members are requested to be out in full force. The home of Dr. Hollowbush was gladdened by the arrival of a daughter this morning. The summer exodus is about finished. The people who have not gone are few, and they go soon. The funeral of Ed. Spoffordl will take placa to-morrow at 10 a. mM from the re sidence of his parents, near the d6pot. The S. P. Shops are moving along in the even tenor of their wav, having plen ty of work, but nothing unusual to do. Hon. Clias. T. Hayden, of Tempe, one of the old time merchan...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 19 July 1890

Weekly citizen. LOOAIi llv euporictniltnt of prison, J. H. ltsl.an, irf in town. Judjje Ilward Ynmloriip, of Critten den, i in the city to-day. E. Ellis, representing the firm of Sim mons A: Co., is in tho city to-cl::y. No freight trains rent through hist night; a very unusual occurrence. The park manat-erient aro bu:-;!v en gaged upon preparations for the i-Vat-l. V. S. llea-l, Esq . of the Fashion, ro t imed last nih.t from a mouth's trip in l ie east. Tho Duqjiesne Mining Co. will put oa a large j.dvlition to their force of men v .-ry &oon. Dr. Peters, of Pittsburg, who is ex porting the Kay mine, left for itiversiJe thi morciriir. The railroad Kn s have a theme for discussion which seems to interest them very much, Mr. J. II. TeJley is hu-ily en-ad counting money in the 8. P. treasurer's ci'iiee at San Francis-co. Tlia American and French mine?, near H;.rohav, arc Loomir.g and pn h lerous. Pcth are tliij j In ore constant y. Harry Dratlnian is acting as rndner in the L. Zec...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 26 July 1890

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL. XX. TUCSON, PIMA. COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY JULY 20. 1890. NO. 38. IMPROVEMENTS- There is a steady and continued im provement going fii in Tucson. New buildings are cons-tsintly lxing built, and old ones ieing repaired. The heart of the town is being built up quite eolidly, and suburbs ara being gradually tilled out. They may talk aboul Tucsou and its mud walls, and the folly of put ting money into wmething that every season's rains are washing away. But 1 I us look back only a few years. Sup pose that thre years ago a man had possessed $.",( 0, and had put it into the then lightly valued real estste of this town. Could he, iu the ordinary run of things, have found abetter investment? Why, in some parts of the town, such an investment, with a mere trille of taxa tion to bear, would have multiplied itself by live. There are any number of lots, all over town, which could have len lxuirht all the way froin srm' to ujeiee, three years ago, which 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. — 26 July 1890

SATURDAY JULY HG, IS'M Hon. Oaks MrKi-nv, Secretary of Ari zona, is entitled to the gratitude of the people of the Salt River Valley for the heroic efforts which he has made to in sure the building of north and 6outh railroad. Befork the present Congress adjourns the arid land law wili undoubtedly be repealed. The sentiment in Congress, against it, is daily becoming more 6trong, and its revocation is but the matter of a short tune. Jcdging by the appearance of the edi torial page of the Citizkn, we should say t hat Brewster Cameron has not been in'Tucson for a few days past Ilepub lican. The "organ," like its boss, has Camer on the brain. The mere suggestion that Cameron is alive is enough to drive the executive into the first etages of lunacy. Thk unpromising plains of Arizona have proved to be fertile and fruitful under irrigation. Agriculture is the staple ba&ia of iopulatioii and pros ienty. The inllux of a farming popula tion may be slow, but it comes to stay, and with an i...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 26 July 1890

iOCAlj NEWS. Indians by the dozen were in town to day. Mr. II. II. Morgan, of Willcox, is in the city. Band concert to-niorrow night at Court riaza. Miss Mamie Shibell is home on her summer vacation. Mr. S. C. Iieaton left this morning, for a weeks trip to California. MaishA Dnscoll are putting up an a wnmg in front or tneir oiiice. Arizona Lodge, No. 1, A. O. U. W meet to-night at 7uT0 o'clock. Indians were offered some tine cages vf young singing birds on the streets, to tav. No. iS,C?9 drew $1000 in the Grand lottery at Juarez, soM by S. 11. Drach man. The festive June bug waited until July to come, but he is now here in full force. One drunk before Judge Meyer to day. A3 it was his rirst otfease he was allow ed to depart. Doctor's bills can be saved, by a in. d icine very pleasant to take, viz Dr. Martin's Vichy. The lucky holders of the wincing lot tery ticket yesterday were Messrs J. Blitz and J. Goldtree. John C. Loss, superintendent of the Central Silver mine, in the Casa Gr...

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 July 1890

VVEEKLV CITIZEN SAIL'KUAY -UrLY i:. ls'0 LOCAL. NEVS. (Jt-iit-ra! -iVs wr.t through n this afternoon's tr..in, on his way e:ist. Mi .lennie Ki linear, of Ih-hsoii, vis itin' friend.--; in lhi..; city. S.tve Doctor's bills by drinking Ir MrtinV Yit hy. Mr. D A. S:i!'fcnl 1rt on this after n.x.ii'fi train for Wat-hlntot:, to be yone for some I line. Mr. liiiiry Oliver h:i.s taken charge of Enue 117 formerly run by Col. Harper. Mrn. .1 ulius th -ldbaum will leave to morrow lnoiiv.n for San Kiaiieieo, to be jjene ail summer. The Hoard Initialization, after three weeks hard work, linushed their labors tliiri afternoon. Dr. J. C. Handy returned tins after noon, from a two weeks, trip to San Fran cisco. A 1 gallon tank is being built for Mr. Jeoige Stone, who lives a few miles out, by Fie welling A: Harding. iv.eivl-ody s.-eins to bo behaving tiit-ui-ives, as there was nothing up in the po!k court to-day. 1'he amount of freight for Tucson is iiiiici: heavier this BJimner tlian is usual for...

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. — 2 August 1890

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL. XX. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY AUGUST 2, 1890. NO. 38. The Star in its controversy with the Governor, evidently holds the whip handle on his excellency. The Yuma Times is out with a chal lenge to Phenix to publish its weather report for comparison with theirs." Pbesoott claims to be the third town in population in the territory, Phenix the second, but old Tucton stands to the front. We want to see the Republican Con mention nominate a territorial tchoul superintendent. We believe iu the peo ple having a say as to the management of the public schools. The Legislators to be elected from Pima county will one and all be pledged to economy. The useless offices that now hang a burden on the tax payers will be abolished, and the expenses of the territory lessened from ten to twen ty thousand dollars per year. The city of San Francisco has deter mined to remove her 30,000 Chinese po pulation to the outskirts of the city, if possible. To-da...

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. — 2 August 1890

A'EEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY AUGUST 2. 1890 Up to date there have been no seizures of seal poachers in Behring sea, although there is an immense fleet of pirates in those waters. The Central American war is in full blast. So far, the little republic of Sal vador, although inferior in size and po pulation to Guatemala, is decidedly in the lead. Mexico has decided to remain neutraL Under the old Jeffersonian doctrines, over which our democratic friends never quit talking, the great northwest would 6till be a howling wilderness, and no railroad would, as yet, have spanned the continent. Democracy offers no induce ment to the development of a country. When a section has already attained its growth and is ready to fence in, then de mocracy will do, but not till then. Jcst when the subject of irrigation was uppermost with the people of Ari zona, Congress withdrew our arid lands from entry. Major Powell, who intro duced the resolution, was no doubt im bued with the belief that frauds were bei...

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. — 2 August 1890

LOCAL NEWS. A. Pagan Esq. of Tombstone, is in the city. R. B. C&sej, Esq. of Clifton, is in the city- Hen. Oakes Murphy, Secretary of Ari zona, is in the city, stopping at the Los mopoutaa. Messrs T. B. Collin, F. C. McKicney and D. E. Huffman, of Mammoth, in the city. Henry Christenot, who had his foot injured by the switch engine a v.e.K ajro, is able to be around on crutcnes. A little battl. at the depot between couple Mexican was hugely enjoyed by the spectators this ariernoon. CoL M. S. Egan, one of the foremost Republicans of Graham county, ana prominent attorrey of Clifton, is in th city. Mrs. JucLre Meyer is the champien gardener of southern Arizona. She has a watermelon that is 27 inches long and 23 inches in diameter. Mr. S. W. Royce, superintendent of the Yellow Jacket mine, has received lot of concentrating machirery, which will soon be running Nearly all of the booths for the ceraing Fiesta bare been rented oy tne pars management, and extentive preparations are bein...

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. — 2 August 1890

Weekly citizen SATURDAY AUGUST 2. 1890 LOCAL, NEWS. Louis Ezekiels, of Mammoth, is in the city. E. L White, Esq., of Red Rock, is in town. Negley Tost, G. AJL meet to-night at 7,30 o'clock. Fine violin music at Levin's Park, Saturday and Sunday evenings. S. H. Drachman leaves to-morrow for Ft. Huachuca, on a short visit. Special drill by the militia company to-night. Full attendance requested, Dr. Martin's Vichy fountain is where they are knocking out the hot weather. A good share of the freight shipped to Tucson consists of fruit from Tempe. The firm of A. Cortelizi & Co., has dis solved, and will hereafter be run by Mr, Cortelizi alone. The Apache scouts from Fort Lowell were in town to-day and were well dress ed compared with Tucson's ordinary In dian visitors. Sweet music by the Philharmonic band broke the slumbers of the people living in the upper end of town last night about 11 o'clock. The ball game yesterday between the Junior Pioneers and the regular Tucson nine, for $3...

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. — 9 August 1890

IZEE ARIZONA WE: nn TUCSON, PIMA. COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY AUGUST 9, 1890. NO. 39. VOL. XX. EK LY CI More rain is said to have fallen dur ing the last three days than in any other like time within the past ten years. A North and South railroad would largely aid in bringing Arizona's unde veloped wealth to the fore. Ukless all signs fail the firaa county democrats will have a monkey and par rot time in their next convention- So mote it be. The diffidence of the candidate is pro verbial but the newspaper men would like to Bee the color of their announce ments, all the same. No better summer climate than th'i could be desired. Neither can it be found. Arizona is healthfut, comfort able and prosperous. New Mexico is troubled with white Caps, and Governor Prince has issued a proclamation warning the gang to dis band or take a dose of hemp. The idea that this is to be an off year politically for the Republicans, is be- coming pretty well -dissapated, in the minds of intelligen...

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. — 9 August 1890

vVKEKLV ClTIfSKN SATURDAY AUGUST 0. ISA) No names are transferred from the old register. If you fail to register you don't vote. The Star declares that harmony exists in the Pima county camp of the great unwashed. The harmony is so apparent that it can be heard for miles around. The thirsty soil returns thanks for a copious fall of rain last night. This is a blessing which many of our Southern 6isters are denied at this time of year, just when it is most needed, too. Thk Citizkn presents thenewsof the world in concise form. It isn't neces sary to wade through a large amount of padded ''social" telegraph to get the news -and all of it Mate the compari son vourself. Thk democratic harangues on the direful results which would follow the pas::.ge of the silver bill were unremit taiit a sinrt time ago. The bill has pas se i and the howl from the democratic camp is not audible. While the recent heavy rains have -M4 detrimental to certain sections of the itory, on the whole, the result is ...

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. — 9 August 1890

r 4 r i f LOCAL. NEWS. A Bhower last night. The railroad meeting to night. It is again impossible to reach the hos pital. Pima Lodge, Na 3, LO. O. F., mseta to-night. Only one train, a freight, left the sta tion to day. The iron bridge at Pantano is report ed to be goae. Passengers for the west left on freight train No. this noon. ty. ot-a from Xo''ale6. due l6t night, has not yet arrived. The sniolUr has G feet more of water around it than cud Ikj uhou. fi ra,nt. rains have started the grass all over the Territory. th... Vfmlt.i uaa hjooiinir this morn ing, but the water is now suUiding, Much rain fell south of town, last night, but only .01 of an inch fell in the city. TKa ctiitra ti- the Mammoth has not been able to get out on Rillito river. account of the Mr. Rov Stahl, the mining man is smiling over the arrival of a daughter at his home last night. PiiAflAncara are on the Sonora road looked in on both sides by he washouts, no prospect of immediate delivery, For fear of the floo...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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