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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 9 August 1890

iVEEKLV ClTIKN SATURDAY AUGUST 0, 1S90 LOCAL NEWS. Governor Woltiey is in town. Look out for another inundation. J. F. Mulloney, Esq., of Pantano, is in town. Mr. J. Ii. Collins, of Mammoth, is in the city. M. M. Derrifr, Esq , of Mammoth is in the city. Deputy Marshal Xeustater, left on the delayed tram for Phoenix. Naomi lode, Sisters of Rebecca, meet to night at ujO o'clock. The paths in court house lawn are be ing given some needed mending. 3lr. Ji. Doyle, a prominent mining man of Olive, is in t he city purchasing supplies. A young wildcat has been on the mar ket for the last three days, changing oA ner several times a day. The old grand jury room adjoining Marshal Paul's ofiiee is being ritted up as a private ofiiee for the marshal, a door having been cut through. For carrying around chickens to sell at 1 o clock this morning, a man was picked up bv ollicer Zimmerman. He was let go by Judge Meyer. District court will convene on Sept, 3. several parties having requested that it...

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. — 16 August 1890

WEEKLY CITIZEN. ARIZONA TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY AUGUST 16. 1890. VOL. XX. n y'i' J Silver and water are rising. The heavens were opened last night and the waters covered the earth. There was hail also. Wf th the influx of trade from Mexican ports Tucson would double in popula tion, in wealth, and in importance. Theme is a good deal in a pedegree after alL The republican party is pe culiarly fortuuata u baviug a pride of ancestry. The children of Israel prjyed for man na, they got it; the children of . Arizona prayed for ugua; they likewise got what they prayed for. The Weekly Cmz.t, which is print ed to-day is an exceptionally complete issue in telegraphic report, local and territorial news. Send it to your friends. The statements of Mr. David Hender son concerning the immense value of a road from Tucson to Nogales, carry great weight, coming from the source they do. The Yankee Girl group of silver mines in Colorado, have been acquired by a London capitalis...

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. — 16 August 1890

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY AUGUST 16.1890 PRICE OF THE CITIZEN. DAILY. One Cory, One Vaar in Advance, One Copy, 8ix Months WEEKLY. One Copy, One Year in Advance, One Copy, Six Months $10 00 5 00 3 00 2 00 T OCAL NOTICES WILL BE INSERTED AT X-J 15 renin per line tor Uie tint insertion ana 10 cents per line tor eacn eutioeqaeiit insertion. The Arizona Daily Citizen is in its twenty. first year, and has an extensive circulation throughout the territory. Ite Associated Press reports are full and concise and especial attention in paid to territorial news. Correspondence is always welcome but it must be crisD. newer and to the point. Matters of a personal nature are not desired. ENTERED AT TBI POSTOFFICE AS 2D""CLA S S HATTER. W.I VAIL.' - - - - Editor Don1! forget the primaries. We have mentioned the matter before, but don't forget to register. There should be nothing to interfere with thorough harmony in the republi mn rnnkri between now and election day. A good ticket of reliable men -wh...

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. — 16 August 1890

LOCAL BRIEFS. The Santa Cruz is again rising. Stages are again running regularly to Nogales. Lawn sprinklers are being given a rest; ditto the street sprinkler. The weather is growing warmer though not unpleasantly eo. S. P. people fear another washouts at ricacno. owing 10 me new rise in me SantaLCruz. Parties have been at Nogales for the last ten days, destined for Magdalena, Hermosilla and Guayinas. Everybody is happy on the Sou them Pacific, as trains are again running with something like regularity. The democratic primaries are called for August ICth. Look out for a re petition of the circus of the Killkenny cats. Every republican voter should turn out to ihe primaries. It is an opportu nity for an lionest expression of the majority. Searching parties are looking for the Sonora railroad between Nogales and Guaymas, but at latest reports nothing has beeu seen of it. Artist Buehman goes to Clifton this afternoon on a professional trip, lie has worked up a splendid line of patron ...

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. — 16 August 1890

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY AUGUST 10. lS'JO LOCAIi BRIEFS. Xne tenths of an inch of rain fell last night. Ben Fairbanks has a new home under way ou Alameda street. 11. Daley, a rancher of San Pedro, lost four tine horses in the late floods. A tine electrical display could be 6een in the southern 6ky last evening. Estrella LodK'e, K. R. Brakemen, No. 107, to-night, at 7 :.T0 o'clock. Drunks are in demand now, for work on the roads. The Quijotoa 6tage came in last night after an eventful trip. The county central committee meets to morrow night Republican. Tucson can thank her old adobe houses for the damage being no greater than it a?. The firemen met last night, and ad journed til! next Thursday night, when installation of oilicers will take place. There is no travel to speak of, and from the . ountry, no ao-countof the condition of I he rads. Five ditferent meetings were held last night: the railroad meeting, A. O. U. W., firemen's meeting, band concert and the pasebail association. 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. — 23 August 1890

WEEKLY OITIZMC VOL. XX. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATUKDAY AUGUST 23. 1890. N0.39. EDITORIAL .VOTES. Somebody says but carry a olub nme. love your with you, enemies, juat the Pima Countv is the oldest mining dis trict in the United States and one of the best. The settler who oomea to Arizona sure of a competence in the near future. The soil, the climate, testify to it. THEPrescott Courier says Alabama is all right. Did the Courier have &nv fnra rs to the outcome in Ala bama? intvouu uuttimguoutui luo SUtea is $430018.43. The President should recommend some kind of a fund ing bill to the oonsideration'of Congress. The Alburquerque Citizen says: This democratic city administration has overdrawn its cash account with the re publican city treasurer over $9,000. This is not economy and reform. Thk residents of Tucson should plant more flowers and Bhrube. These things lacking meet the strangers eye. First impressions tend much toward making up the mind. For some days th...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 23 August 1890

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY AUGUST 23. 1890 PRICE OF THE CITIZEN. DA I I T. One Copy, On Year in Advkac. $10 00 OttcCop7,8ix ato&tU - - 5 00 WEEKLY. ScOopy.Ona Year la Advance, - SJ 00 Copy, Six Months ... 200 LOCAL NOTICES WILL BE INSERTED AT U cents per line for the nrst Insertion and 10 cente per line for each eabeeqaent insertion. Tms Avzova DiXLJ Citizxm is In it twenty feet year, and has an axtensve circulation Areafhoat the territory. Its Associated Preee reporU are full and concise and especial attention is paid to territorial news. Coumpostdkitos is always welcome bat it BMst be erisp, newsy and to the point. Matters f a personal nature are not desired. muD at ni rotTomc as zd-class kattxs T7.1VVAIL. - - - - Editor. It is a great deal easier to kick over the traces than to kick back. Persona who have tried tkia are willing to make their affidavits. The remarks of the San Diego San on the railroad question are appropo here. The Snn says: The railroad we want ia the P. D. Q....

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. — 23 August 1890

LATE LOCALS. BY TELEGRAPH. Boston, August 19. A serious acci dent' happened to the Cape Cod A Woodshell train, on the Old Colony, at Quincy, this afternoon. Three persons ve:e killed and it is believed that -0 or oO are injured. It is learned later that the liret. pass enger coach having fell on the engine,the latter having toppled over. 1 he engine set fire to the train. The fireman was instantly killed and the engineer fatally injured. So far as learned o passengers were killed and about twenty injured The Quincy lire department was called to the scene and the fire extinguished. The dead and injured were removed to private houses and the (Quincy hospataL Melbourne, August 19. It is likely that the mail service between here and A nartv of ladies and gentlemen from I San Francisco will cease in November, ed heavy losses, and it will be month Sonora came in on ine stage irom io-i Washington. Aug. 19 The Tariff bill I before all damages can be reu..ir.a rales last evening. 1 hey are e...

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. — 23 August 1890

LATE LOCALS. Plenty of mescal about town today. Another carffo of potatoes from Cali . f oruia. If anybody failed to vote it was their own fault. The Rillito inundate. river is again on the The new bowling alley at Lavin'a Park is an improvement on the old one. The passenger train from the west, which came in yesterday afternoon, is still here. The string band made sweet music, last niht, serenading in various places about the city. Two drunks were up in the Police Court this morning, and were given "five or five" by Judge Meyer. Suit has been brought'for the the next district court by D. Henderson vs. M. E. Cunningham et al, for $475 due on a note. We are under obligations to Artist Buehman for a photograph of the Falls on Santa Cruz River, after the recent floods. It is an excellent production. The force at the Sheriff s office are taking a well earned rest. The Santa Cruz rapidly responded to this mornings ram,. and is again raging. The Weekly Citizen comes out to-day replete in ...

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. — 30 August 1890

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN". . TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY AUGUST 30, 1890. VOL. XX. NO. 41. EDITORIAL .VOTES. Have yu registered ?.;if not, why not? Compabisons are odius. But Citizex does publish the news. the The wages of sin are death, says th Good Book- Democracy must be very near death's door. If good men go or anything in Pima countv the Rjoub'-icaa nominees will sail in with handsome majorities. Arizona is rapidly changing climate Land to-day which is, arid will yield troliSc ctods in ten yearn from now without irrigation. Arizona has a territory larger than the European kingdoms of Bulgaria, Kontenegro. liounimania, Switzerland and Servia combined. 1Tb at a maatfi cent domain. Birds of a feather flock together is an old adage. If the territorial democracy claims the Mormon vote to a unit, there must be a bond of sympathy between the "twin relics." Speaker Reed has made another bitrary ruling. lie has decided that democrats are not to be allowed to leave th...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 30 August 1890

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY AUGUST 30. 1890. EDITORIAL .VOTES. PRICE Or THE CITIZEN. DAILY. One Copy, One Year in Advance, Oae Copy, Six Months WEEKLY. One Copy. One Year in Advance, One Copy, Six Months $10 00 5 00 S3 00 2 00 LOCAL NOTICES WILL BE INSERTED AT 15 cents per line for the first insertion and 10 cents per line lor eactt suDeeqneni insertion. Thi A&izoka Daily Citizis is in its twenty. first year, and has an extensive circulation throughout the territory. Its Associated Press reports are full and concise and especial attention is paid to territorial news. Correspondence is always welcome bat it mast be crisp, newsy and to the point, Matters of a personal nature are not desired. ENTERED AT THI POSTOFFICX AS 2l"CLASS MATT EE W-1 VAIL. - - - - Editor Republican County Ticket. Sheriff J. K. Brown, Assessor F. A. Stevens. Treasurer. Ben Henet Recorder.... .... .... .... ....J.J.Hill. District Attorney C. W. Wbight. Probate Judge Dr. F. H. Goodwin. County Surveyor L. D. Chill...

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. — 30 August 1890

LATE LOCALS. Trains are again running regularly on the Southern Pacific. The Public Library lias received an addition to its tine stock of books. Concentrating works, it is said, will be erected herein the near future. C. A- Stevens took another involunta ry trip down the Santa Cruz yesterday. The Athletic Association boy6 are bu sily engaged in selling tickets for their coming BalL The board of Supervisors has appoint ed Win. Morgan as road overseer, for Road District No. 2. The goods from the Assistant Quar termaster's office were shipped to Los Angeles yesterday. It is about time for Tucson ites to be back from their summer vacations. The men hurt in the Pantano wreck are all reported to be doing finely, and to be recovering, at the hospital. The roily water from the hydrants will soon be removed by the street sprinkler, which is a blessing in ways more than on. A water main burst in front of the Cosmopolitan Hotel this morning. Hood ing the street for a time. It was quickly repa...

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. — 30 August 1890

Weekly Citisen. SATURDAY AUGUST 30, 1890. LATE LOCALS. Nothing up in Judge Meyer's court io-d&j. The Santa Crui and Rillito are weeping things. again The assessed valuation of all kinds of . property in Arizona is $28,050,234.75. Two inehes of rain are reported to have fallen last night That beats Tucson. Delegates from outside are all home ward bound. The biggest curiosity in this town is the man who is not discussing politics. Two of the fruit stores which hare been run by youthful proprietors have closed. The family of Engineer Ardis are re joicing over the arrival of a fine boy this morning. "Mail from the west on time, mail from tne east some time, office bulletin board. So reads the nost The organ grinder appearance last evening streets minus the monkey. made upon hi. I our A dancing school has been opened in the Philharmonic Club rooms. Henry uevin is reacner. The Nogales Record also comes out on wrapping paper. Evidently Tucson was not alone in a paper dearth. The stage ...

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. — 6 September 1890

ARIZONA- WEEKLY CITIZEN. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 6, 1890. VOL. XX. NO. 42. editorial sores. Talk up your own town. . This climate inglorious. Tne campaign has openod. Let 'er go! Gov. Oakf.s MuKPHV- pro tem-Bueno Salute! It is time for mushroom and pronto statesmen to move toward the rear. The Republican party of the territory of Arizona has now one fold and one shepherd. If the editor of the Tombstone Pros pector will look into a mirror he will a burro. see Rrpcblican victory means another etar in the constellation and this fall a new state of Arizona. The Louisiana Lottery Company of New Orleans might be said to be on the verge f innocuous desuetude. Arizona offers inducements to the cap italist and home seeker which no otner section of the country can hold out. We wish to point out to the deino- iit that two or th lree planks, in their platform is rotten mes- quite. "While important measures are pend ing before congress. Delegate Mark Smith is ...

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. — 6 September 1890

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 6, 1890 PRICE Of THE CITIZEN. DA 1 1 Y. OnaCH' OneVwir in Advance, One Copy, Six Months WEEKLY. One Copy, One Year in Advance, One Copy, Six Months 10 00 i 00 S 00 2 00 LOCAL NOTICES WILL BE INSERTED AT 15 cents per line for the first insertion and 10 cent per liae for each subsequent insertion. The Arizona Daily Citizen is in it twenty first year, and ha an extensive circulation throughout the territory. Ite Associated Press reports are fall and concise and especial attention is paid to territorial news. Correspondence is always welcome but it most be crisp, newsy and to the point. Matters of a personal nature ares at desired. ENTERED AT THE POSTOFF1CE AS 2D-CLASS MATTER W. I- VAIL. - - - - Editor. TERRITORIAL TICKET. For Delegate to Confess: GEORGE W. CHEYNEY, OF COCHISE. For Joint Councilman, Northern District: J. M. W. MOORE, OF YAYAPAL For Joint Councilman, Southern District: W. V. NICHOLS. OF COCHISE. Hepublican County Ticket. Sheriff J. K. B...

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. — 6 September 1890

LATE LOCALS. Militia drill will le in uniform a thi evening. M. J. Keller, merchant tailor of Oak land is in the city. Arizona Lodge No. 1, A. O. U. W to night at 7:30 o clock. Filling and grading on lower Congress street greatly improves the vicinity. Improvements are being made in the Williams Block on Pennington street. The pay car dispensed its bounty to the railroad boys here last mnt, ana all are now happy. The Saf ty Xitro Powder Co. h ave moved their oflice two doors farther down Congress street. District court will convene to morrow at two o'clock. All desiring to become citizens will please note. There is a good deal of trawl from the county at present, much of it voters who come in to register. Two wagon loads of supplies left for the Silver Bell this morning. A eight horse term did the hauling. Another rise in the Santa Cruz is about due. There was a heavy storm at the headwaters last night. Luke Corda brought in a wagon load of fine ore from tho Max Werner mine, in tne ...

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. — 6 September 1890

WEEKLY CITI2EN. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER C, 1890. LATE LOCALS. All quiet and serene at the sheriff's and marshal s oiiice to-day. One drunk too much Fiesta before Judge Meyer this mommg. Let go. The parties who intend buying the Silver Cell mine, went out yesterday afternoon. Freight rains by scores are paRsinff through, partly ol aeiayeii cars new bacK by waer.ouis. Young crease rs and youthful America are making heavy raids on tno carp in tiie shallow aiorg xne oanta ru.. Travel from Mexico, via stae Ipe from Xogalep, is largely increased during he nesta. The hotels are wen nuea. A select hop is announced for this evening at Carrillos Garden. A pleas ant affair is expected, by those wno par ticipate. It is a rash bicvclist who ventures out on his steed of steel in this town at any time except in the cool of the morning and evening. The base-ball boys are confident of stone, in their next game, to come off on the 5th of September. ti, fc ..-o 0 wall attpmlv! as visual last evening. Every...

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. — 13 September 1890

7MK VOL. XX. TUCSON, PIMA. COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 13, 1890. NO 43. ARIZONA TIT 1T 1 jTT7" T 7 EDI TOR Id L .VOTES. Let us suggest this epitaph for the politican who breaks his pledges: "lie started out with bright prospects. His friends helped him to honor the posi tion; he repaid them by treachery. A A simoom struck him. He is dead, damned and delivered, and there is no hope of resurrection. Texas is a great state. It boasts the rankest whiskey, the biggest tarantulas and statesmen. Two politicians down that way are attracting a good deal of attention just now. They are Mr. Hogg and Don't-Give-a-Damn Jones. Mr. Hogg is the democratic nominee for governor and it would be in keep'nj with the aristocratic ideas of evolution to address him now as the Hon. Mr. Porque. As to Smith, if we may judge from his Christian name, he don't care much. TELEGRAPH Boston, Sept. 0. Nine breweries iu j W'a-si'iKt -i t. 1 L-4ora..( fa.) Boston and vicinity have been discover-1 ca...

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. — 13 September 1890

Weekly citizen- SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 13, 1$W PRICE OF THE CITIZEN- DAILY. hw tpy, One Yar in Advance, One Copy, bix Months WEEKLY. One Copy, One Year in Advance, One Copy, Six Months $10 (K i 00 f 3 00 2 00 LOCAL NOTICES WILL BE INSEKTKI) AT 15 cents per line for the first insertion ami 10 cents per line for each subtaKjuent iuM-rt ion. ThkAkizoxa Daily Citizen is in its twenty first year, and has an extensive circulation throughout the territory. Its Associate.! Press reports are full and concise an J e-iecial attention is peid to territorial news. Cobbes pokdence is always welcome hut it mnst be crisp, newsy and to the point. Matters of a personal nature arei ot desired. IKTXBKD AT THK POSTOmCK AS 2D-CLASS MATTEB W-1 VAIL. . . - - Editor. TERRITORIAL TICKET. For Delegate to Confrres: GEORGE W. CHEYNEY, OF COCHISE. For Joint Councilman, Southern District : W. F. NICHOLS, OF COCHISE. For Joint Councilman, Northern District : J. M. W. MOORE, OF YAVAPAI. Republican County Ticket. Sherif...

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. — 13 September 1890

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 13, LATE LOCALS. A terrilic ind-stonu. School begins Mod Jay. Militia Jrill to night will be iu full uniform. Sisters of Reljekah meet to-night at 7 M o'olock. Stages were not delayed by last night'6 rain, which is rather surprising. Small boys bet all their nickels on their pet ball club this morning. Sunday school at the Congregational church to-morrow at 12 o'clock. Nothing is going on at the sheriff's office, except the discussion of politics. Andreas Ramon, John Zier, and Mi guel CordoTa were made f ull-fleged citi zens in the District Corut this morning. A special meeting of tha Eoard of Su pervisors has been called for the ISth of September for the transaction of general business. Union services will be held on the lawn of the Methodist parsonage to morrow evening at 7:30. Sermon by Rev. Howard Billman. lVmt master Corbet t is having a hne new Biirn nainted for the Post-oftice. Hereafter, strangers in town will hav no difficulty in linding t...

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