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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 13 September 1890

LrlTE LOCALS. The rodeo at Noria lias comtneno ed. The suielL-r i- btill ;.'; ed, awaitin the arrival of more oios. :Tmnfoveuients are Wing made on the meat market of Simpson A lluelas. V. II. Iiro's teams took out four mor tars and a rock crusher to the Yellow Jai-ket mine to-day.- Notwithstanding the lateness of the season, Tucsonites are leaving for Cal ifornia for recreation. There is considerable travel from the country now. notwithstanding the poor condition of the roads. A uew series of bio ;k will be opened f..r cniwr.rii.i i in in the liuiidinsi and Loan Association next Monday, the Lth Many catt'emeu are profiting by the present line con mum of grass, and are engaged in cutting and stacking hay for time of need. V 11. T 'o's teams are on the other f the Santa Cruz, with four wagon loads of ore, awaiting the subsiding of the river. :he wounclad men of the Pantano wreck are all improving rapidly at the hospital, and some, of them will soon be around again. The Santa Cruz riv...

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. — 20 September 1890

ARIZONA KLY W CITIZEN. H VOL. XX. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 20, 1890. NO 43. This is in off year for political eharl tans an J burros. If you are a capitalist and looking for an investment, try Arizona. The manner in which Czar Heed was to be rebuked at the polle is spoken of in a minor key now. The majorities from Maine did it. The railroad vote may not be woith a d n in the convention but it counts up on election day. The p;overb is respec tively submitted to the democratic boss Thank the Lord that the Republican party in this county and territory is free from bossism. There will be a gonl many democrats outside the yoke, too, w hen election day comes. The amount of kicking that is being Anno, hv the democratic wheel Lorses would seem to indicate that t hey do not take kindly to the idea of having a par ty boss crack a political whip across their rumps. The trade whereby Jack O'Brien was euchered out of the candidacy for sher iff has not been cons...

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. — 20 September 1890

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 20, 1890 PRICE Of THE CITIZEN- DA ll Y. hie (Topy, One Yar in Advance, One Copy, Sir Months WEEKLY. One Copy, One Year in Advance, One Copy, Six Months $10 00 5 00 f 3 00 2 00 LOCAL NOTICES WILL BE INSERTED AT 15 cents per line for the nrt insertion an d 10 cents per line for each subsequent insertion. Thb Arizona Daily Citizix 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 but it must be crisp, newsy and to the point. Matters of a personal nature are ot desired. ENTERED AT THE POSTOFFICE AB2D-CLASS KATTEK W- L VAIL. - - - - Editor- TERRITORIAL TICKET. For Delegate to Congress: GEORGE W CHEYNEY, OF COCHISE. y,tr Joint Councilman, Southern District: W. F. NICHOLS. OF COCHISE. For Joint Councilman, Northern District: J. M. W. MOORE, OF YAVAPAI. Republican County Ticket. . Sheri...

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. — 20 September 1890

LATE LOCALS. Business is prosperous. Hotel arrivals are scarce. Hot day for the time of year. Business is rushing after the two holi days. The Feast attendance was light last night. The market gardening is now on the move. Mining business is 'reported booming all over the Territory. Travel from the country is good, despite the bad roads. Red peppers are coming ia from the country by wagon loads. Warm weather for thic time of the year. Mosquitoes have a grudge against Tucson' The Feast will be contintd for a few days more. Clouds are han?in? low to-day. The rain is not over. Democratic candidates are already hanging out their cards. Mexican Independence Day passed off in a very orderly manner. Two holiday trunks were eiven 5 days by Judge Meyer this morning. A game of ball will probably be played with the soldiers next bunday. The republicans erected a flag pole in front of their headquarters to-day. Many four horse team loads of supplies are Ieavinc for miuinir camps in alJ directio...

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. — 20 September 1890

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 20, 1800 LATE LOCALS. Travel from the country is light at present. One drunk was before J udge Meyer this morning, lie was let go. Building improvements about town continue at a considerable rate. me Bmpmenis or uaiuorma green fruits were quite heavy the past week A number of parties ding business at the feast will leave fsr Guavmas Mon day. Everybody should attend the ratifica tion at the Iiepublican headquarters to night. The Eagle Mills started up yesterday after a shut down of several weeks for the purpose of putting in additional ma chinery. At the residence of Mrs. Saddler, Mrs. Maximilhan Enzanberg was delivered of a healthy eight pound baby. The republican headquarters are well furnished with papers from over the country. It is a good place to get reading matter. A special meeting ol the militia com pany is called for to-night, to consider the court martial case. 1 he session will be a short one. The Methodist Episcopal church Sun day schoo...

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. — 27 September 1890

CITIZEN. ,.. :( j. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 27, 1890. VOL. XX. NO 44 Ask your neighbor if hs r the Citizfx. He may also want the The 1 Paso Times accuses the re publicans of calling Cannon a 60U of a gun. Jlr. Webster Flannagan,of Texas, who u the republican nominee for governor proposes to show Hogg and bis friends what he is there for. Certain democratic papers are threat ened with epileptic fits because a colony of Mormons in Wyoming voted the re publican ticket. The republican church is always open for repentant sinners. There are yet a few Beats lef ton the mourners bench if any more democrats desire to come out of the woods. Thk following from an Exchange is in the line of statesman Blaine's magni ficent scheme of reciprocity: A West Indian newspaper thus quotes the Governor in-chief of the Leeward Islands, Sir William Haynes Smith: It appears that in the last ten years th United States obtained possession of all the sugar trade of the colony...

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. — 27 September 1890

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 27, 1890 PRICE Of THE CITIZEN- DA 11 V. W iy. One Year in Advance, One Copy, Six Months WEEKLY. On 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 an a 10 cents per line for each subsequent insertion. ThkAeizosa Daily Citizen is in its twenty first year, and has an extensive circulation throughout the territory. Its Associated Press reports are foil and concise and especial attention is paid to territorial news. Corbxsposde.nce is alwayp welcome bat it must be cri6p, news) and to the point. Matters of a personal nature are? at desired. UTTERED AT THE POSTOFFICE AS 2D""CL.ASS M ATT EE W-1 VAIL. - - - - Editor. TERRITORIAL. TICKET. For Delegate to Congress: UEORGE 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. Sher...

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. — 27 September 1890

LATE LOCALS. Passenger traffic is good on the South ern Pacific. St. Mary's hospital is crowded with patients, most of them railroad men. E- O. Stratton and wife, of American Flag, are in 6he city, stopping at the Cosmopolitan. The Phenir republican primaries are being held tCMlay, but nothing definite s known as w 3 go to press. Much of the California mail was car ried by yesterday afternoon, making ex tra work .for the postoffice force this morning. The railing around the old school house has been repaired and the weeds in front nulled ud. adding mucn 10 me appearance of the place. Yee Tuck was up before J udge Meyer late this afternoon for obtaining goods on false pretenses of various merchants ol the cuy, principally vuau xu Tucson sportsmen can shoot game and not go out of the city. For tha past couple days hawks have been flying over the city and circlirg around, not over GO or 80 feet high. WASHINGTON NEWS SCIENTIFIC. Matters An Unusually Brisk and Newsy Letter From Our Regul...

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. — 27 September 1890

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 27, 1890 LATE LOCALS. Mining 6alee continue at an encourag ing rate. The office fitted up for A. GolJschmiJt & Co. will be a tine one. Anton Hittingeriaout in the territory working up his business. Desks for.the Mammoth School Dis trict, No. 8, arrived this morning. Henry Buehman leaves again Monday for Clifton where he goes on business. The Rowland property on Congresi street is undergoing extensive repairs, During the absence of Air. Wright his office will be occupied by T. A. Bor ton. A pleasant young folks party was held at the home of Mr. Watts last even ing. The stars and stripes are floating gloriously from the tower of the school house. Recorder Shibell has appointed Ben Heney and Geo. Roskruge deputies for the purpose of registering electors. Court Plaza is a lovely spot, and the tact has become known to the spooning couples, who while away the evening hours. Tucson need not go cold during the coming winter. L. Zeckendorf fc Co, receiv...

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. — 4 October 1890

ARIZONA Tn TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, AKIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY OCTOBER 4, 1890. VOL.XX. NO 45 WEEKLY C Register. It will soon be to late. Arizona has the natural resources. Everything else tnu&t follow in time. To capitalists looking for inducments Arizona offers eenie handsome proposi tions. Investigate. Tccson will one of these days be a great cit;. She commands the key to tlie southwest trade. A proper representation of the re sources of Arizona, throughout the East would be good seed sown. Live business men always advertise. j he Republican party of Arizona has no string to follow. It is free from bos ses. A correspondent from Willcox, whose communication is published in this issue of the Citizen commends U. S. Attorney Jeffords for his determined effort to rigidly enforce th Edmundt act. The tax -payers of the territory can find sufficient ways to spend their money without electing a democratic legisla ture to vote especial appropriations for the "holdovers.' Hekr Most, the f...

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. — 4 October 1890

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY OCTOBER 4, 1830 PRICE OF THE CITIZEN DA It Y. ue Opy, Oii Yar in Advance, One Copy, Six Months WEEKLY. One Copy, One Year in Advance, On Copy, Six Month6 10 00 5 00 f 3 00 2 00 LOCAL NOTICES WILL BE INSERTED AT 15 cents per line for the first insertion an 10 cento per line for each subsequent insertion. TE Arizona Dailt Citizen is in its twenty frst 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 but it must be crisp, newsy and to the point. Matters of a personal nature ares 'A. desired. ENTERED AT THE POSTOFF1CK A8 2D-CLASS MATTER W- J- VAIL. - - - - Editor. TERRITORIAL TICKET. For Delegate to Congress: UEOUGE W CHEYNEY, OF COCHISE. For Joint Councilman, Southern District: W. F. NICHOLS. OF COCHISE. For Joint Councilman, Northern District: J. XL W. MOOUE, OF YAVAPAL Republican County Ticket. Sheriff J. K. Br...

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. — 4 October 1890

LATE LOCALS. OUR NEW GOVERNOR. Who Ho in in the Olive for thd for 100 v- . Li Hearts of Oak Monday night Good show next Monday night The latest day of resignation is Oct. 14th. The Democratic headquarters put up a Hag pole this morning. The tanks in Raid's bath house are again being enlarged. A gentleman of color is in jail for fee ing drunk and disorderly. What do you want.? Try the Citizen's want column and get it. The suielter will not start up until the road permits the hauling of mora ores. The Philharmonic Orchestra berenad d Frank Aiiltenberg and Others last evening. .inuul-wairon load o.' supplies left .wisiv for Richardson Uremley, Crittenden. ShHMH of Mie new series of stock in tb Building and Loau Association come in at a fair rate. Pittsburg parties looking for copper are examing some mines Camp district. 11. T. Jn Viaa nrined uo a new DUOD XJa " tr saloon on the corner of Meyer street, op poeite the court house. The boards of supervisors will meet M.iniv.Out.Ctb. to aud...

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. — 4 October 1890

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY OCTOBER 4, 1890 LATE LOCALS. Tke latest number of registered vut re is 1,354. Arizona honey is better than the im ported article. The Philarmonic Band learned three new select pieces last eight. Fruit shipments from the west are un usually heavy. Apples take the lead. Recorder Shibell is busily engaged preparing the Great Register for the printer. Repairs are being made on the Btore building ef S. 11. Drachman, also on his residence. The Philharmonic band hare received three new 6ax horns. They are line in struments. M. C. Sbortridge brought in 1,000 pounds of atrained honey from his ranch south of the city, yesterday. Judge Ainsa's court was cleared yes terday of adultery cases. lhere are others on the docket however. The attendance at our public schools is not yet up to the average for this time of year, but a number of additions are expected. Morning service was held yesterday at the M. E. Church and beginning next Sunday will also be held at the Con greg...

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. — 18 October 1890

WEEKLY rm VOL.XX. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY OCTOBER 18, 1890. NO 48 ARIZONA CI IZEN. Dates do well in Arizona. The dem- j ocratic party Las a data up Salt Hirer after November. TIE DIFFERENCE. The advantages to the settlers of Ari The Saa Francisco Call complains that the Sjtit hern Pacific has eubaized the newspapers of the coast. From the tenorof the tone the public would be impressed with the idea that the Call was one of he papers which was overlooked. The editor of the Phenix Gazette started the fi llowing squib: "A prominent Tombstone gentleman informs us that Geo Cheyney's candid ancy for congress is regarded in that city as a joke among the republicans. It will be a dear joke for George. The 810.000 he recently obtained by the sale of a mine will go dwindling down into the political hopr." If Mr. Cheyney is a joke, the Gazette will have to take a joke when election comes round. President Woodruff says the last polygamous marriage took place in th endo...

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. — 18 October 1890

Weekly Citizen SATURDAY OCTOBER 18, 1S90 PRICE Or THE CITIZEN DA 1 1 Y. Ine Copy, One Year in Advance, t ue Copy, Six Months WEEKLY. One Copy, One Year in Advance, One Copy, Hix Mont ub f M 00 5 (-0 LOCAL NOTICES WILL RE IXsEKTKD AT 15 cant per line for the first inf'rtion an 1 10 cento per line for each subsequent insert i u. The Arizona Duly Citizen is in its tuvn'y firat year, and has an extensive circalatlon throughout the territory. Its Associated T rv- report are fall and concise and especial attention is paid to territorial news. Cobrkspospence is always welcome l.at it most be crisp, newsy and to the TK'int, Mut:-:s f a personal nature are at desired. EHTERED AT THE POSTOFFlCEAS2D"CL ASS MATTER W-1 VAIL. - - - - Editor. TERRITORIAL TICKET. For Delegate to Congress: GEORGE W CHEYXEY. OF COCHIrfE. For Joint Councilnian, Southern D;s. r;ct W. F. NICHOLS. OF COCHISE. For Joint Councilman, Northern Dis' "'of J. M. W. MOORE, OF YAVAPAI. Republican County Ticket. Sheriff Assessor T...

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. — 18 October 1890

L&TE LOCALS. Stove men are busy. Several cattlemen came in from San TeJro last night. Fine strings of birds are Wing brought in by amateur niuirods. A rartv of miners from Silver Bell came in on horseback last evening. Suar cane is now in the market, and jouug Arizona is utilizing it as a confec tion. R. V. Miller is smiling over the arriv al of al02 pound boy at hia home yes terday. County prisoners amuse themselves bv singing, ana eoaie 1.-... can be nearu coming uui n,L . 1 ,,,0;. imrps which have been the attractions cf various saloons about the city during me paw i v were taken to Benson today. Cleveland's Uinistrels will play here on the 20th inst, and snoaiu .' large house. There is no better combi nation of the kind travelling. r -..;n io nnw. over and the i. ic,t Ufvrder Shibell has uiajajs aio , not received complete returns from the countrv vet, but as iar as ne.iru the morning the number was lioll. rru. oi.ia Hill spud in at leasi enough to make Pima's number l&W...

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. — 18 October 1890

Weekly citisen. SATURDAY OCTOBER, 18, 1?0 L&TE LOCALS. Ron.iirs are lviri:r mad in front of of the station. A n tone Ivancovich was tins morning declared a citizen by the the District Court. Court will not adjourn here until Oct. 27th. for which time a venue tor trie grand jury has been issued. Business is holding its own on the Southern Parific. There is not now an east end crew in tlia vard. Passenger traffic is picking up rapidly. A vairrant hailed as John Ltee is again before the police courts. Twice he has been released from the same charge on a promise to leave town. There are band concerts at Ft. Lowell on Sundpv and Mondav, andAVednesday and Thursday evening. A pointer for those wishing to take an evening drive. Parties desirincr German carp can be furnished with a reouisition on the United States fifh commissioner by ap plying to C. W. Sterns, fish commission er at PLenir. A charter has been granted for the Arizona National Bank, of Tucson, into which ili Santa Cruz Val...

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. — 25 October 1890

ARIZONA m0 " OIWIZEN. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY OCTOBER 25, 1890. VOL. XX. NO. 49 The republican party in Pima is gath ering strength daily. Election day will see us roll up 2o0 majority for Geo. W. Cheyney. A prominent railroad, man says Mark Smith is a bouquet. He is nice to look t Knt net. verv useful. We think the term very applicable. The burro has been removed from tho masthead of the Tombstone Prospector but it still remains in control of the ed itorial column. - Thk Gazette ear the Citizen has as much knowledge of Arizona affairs as burro has of a side pocket. Our know! edge may be somewhat limited but it is not clipped bodily from the San i ran Cisco Alta. Home mada brains are pre ferable to the imported article. The Albuquerque citizen bays: Many sensational, false and slander our dispatches are being 6ent from the territory to eastern newspapers regard ing the result of the recent election on the rmDotei state consatutijo. The at tempt is made to l...

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. — 25 October 1890

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY OCTOBER 25, 1800 PRICE OF THE CITIZEN. DA 1 1 Y. a Copy, One Yar in Advance. f 10 00 Cne Cory, Six Months - - 5 00 WEEKLY. e Copy, One Year in Advance, - jl 00 lie Copy, Six Months - 2 00 J OCAL NOTICES WILL BE INSERTED AT A 15 cent per lino for the first insertion an 1 l-i cents per line for each subsequent insertion. The Arizona Daily Citizen is in its twenty trst year, and bas an extensive cirenlati.m t'joaghoat the territory. Its Associate! Press ( -ports are fall and concise and eeprcialatu-ntuui i i paid to territorial news. Cokkxspokdence is always welcome but it tiost be crisp, newsy and to the point. Matters I f a personal nature are ot desired. I STEREO AT THE POSTOFTICE AS 20"CLAS8 MATTER W. I VAIL. - - - - Editor. TERRITORIAL TICKET. For Delegate to Congress: (iEOUGE 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 Tic...

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. — 25 October 1890

LOCAL NEWS. W. II. O.ephart, of Bisbee, is in town. Mark Stevens, of Tenipe. is at the Cos mopolitan. W. V. Trask left for Xogales, by stage this morning. I). I). Michaels, ec-rresiondent for the New York Post is in the city. Mrs. Brewster Cameron and Miss Martha returned .oday from Oakland. B. M. Jacobs and wife arrived this afternoon from California. Judge Maxwell is reported in about the same conditio!, as yesterday, Four tin- specimens of deer, threw of them bucks, in today by lipagos, white tailed were brought i Chas. Bent is in from the Barboquiv ari mining district, and reports the min ing outlook to be excellent. The element which furnishes business t;,w f.-ir.-M wvrp on cood be havior last night, no arrets being made 61,000.00 worth of territorial bonds are now being advertised for sale, the bonds to bear aD interest not to exceed five per cent. i hra band is lein-r organiz .Ti,v r li V.cTar to consist of eight boys" all under the 12 years of age. Tuc son is the boss musica...

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