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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 25 October 1890

Weekly Citizen. SAIL r.DAY CO CI Hi 1S90 LATE LOCALS. E. Rochester left yesterday for Silver Bell, where he will erect buildings for the mine. Repairs are being made on the ditches of lower Pennington street. The district court room will present an excellent and greatly altered appear ance when the present repairs are com pleted. Miss Sarah Orne Jewett's next story has been bought by The Ladies Home Journal, and it will shortly begin in that magazine. News has been recived of the death of Gus Holstein, an old and well-known miner, at .his place between Gunsight and Quijotoa. No particulars have been obtained. The orchestra for operas to visit Tuc son during the coming theatrical season will consist of two musicians from the Fort, who will play violin and cornet, and a piano player in the city. Campanini, the famous tenor, has written a striking article on "How To Train the voice" for The Lapies' Home Journal and it will appear in th6 No vember number of that periodical. "Fish's hole...

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. — 1 November 1890

YTT71 H A A VOL. XX. TUCSON, PIMA. COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1, 1890. NO. 50 ARIZONA W :V.Li Y CITIZEN. THOSE DELINQUENCIES- It has been several days 6ince the Citizen first mentioned the matter of Mr. Peter R. Brady's responsibility for the $0000. Since that time the Repub lican has found that Mr. Brady has over drawn his salary (which however he is represented as being willing to make good.) The Citizkn also publi .hed a few evenings ago various trifling sums which appeared to have been forwarded to the prison commissioners, Brady, Stevens and Halleck, but to have grown weary and have gone no further. We do not know whether or not any formal demand has been made upon the commissioners for this money, which be longs to the territory. We do not even know whose duty it is to demand the same whether it be the governor, the auditor or the treasurer. Can the at tornev general enlightea ns upon the matter? It appears however from the statutes that it would neither be ...

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. — 1 November 1890

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1,1 S90 PRICE Or THE CITIZEN DA II Y. On Oopy, One Ysar in Advance, f id m Vne Cory, Six Months - i 00 WEEKLY. Copy, One Year in Advance, - ii 00 ie Copy, Six Months ... 2 00 JOCAL NOTICES WILL BE IXSEKTED AT J 15 cents per line for the first insertion an "i 10 cents per line for each subsequent insert ion. Thi Arizona D.vtlt Citizen is in its twenty Irst year, and has an extensive circulation throughout the territory. Its Associated Pres reports are full and concise and especial attention is paid to territorial news. Correspondence is always welcome but it B oat be crisp, newsy and to the point. Matters 1 1 a personal nature are ot desired. tXTEREDAT TREPOSTOFFICX AS2D-CLAS9 MATTES "W. I VAIL. - - - - Editor. TERRITORIAL TICKET. For Delegate to Congre: GEORGE W. CHEYNEY. OF COCHISE. For Joint Councilman, Sout hern District : W. F. NICHOLS. OF COCHISE. For Joint Counciluian, Northern District : J. 11. W, MOORE, OF YAVAPAI. Republican County Ticket. sheriff Assessor...

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. — 1 November 1890

SATURDAY OCTOBER 23, 1590 LOCAL NEWS. Seren trains of thorough freight went ast over the Southern Pacific today. The S. P. shops received an invoice of twenty railroad velocipedes this morn ing. The sisters of Rebekah will give an itmtation ball at the Opera House Fri day night. Maroni Lodge, No. 4, 1. 0. O. l D. of will give a select JSojial Ball Friday ve Oct. 31st, 1S90. United States District court opens on Monday, the 27tn, Judge Sloan presid ing, when the grand jury will meet. The family of E. L. Weimore arrived in the city from Oakland, Calif, this af ternoon, and in future will reside near this city. A woman who is a familiar figure at the county jail, named Cartrina Flores, is back there again on the old charge of lrunk and disorderly. Methodist Episcopal Church, Iiev. A. H. Gunnett, pastor, Sunday school at 10 a. m, and regular public services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m, conducted by the pastor. Ail are cordially in?ited to at tend. Theodore Miller, sergeant of Co. D, Tucson M...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 1 November 1890

LOCAL NEWS. Hon. Geo. Christ of Nogales is in the city. The Columbus saloon has been sold to Alex Rossi. Drum-nets are plentiful in the city at preecnt- Draytnan Bolaa is iorting a line new truck. A party of Silver Bell miners came in yesterday. The grand jur are in sesMonand have not yet made their report. The Arizona National Bank have hung out thair signs. A four horse coach load of Nogales people came in last evening. O K Wores is unloading large quanti ties of ores of various kmdf. Two drunks were pulled this morn in and are now in the baslde sobenng up. The Water Co. are much annoyed of late by bursting pipes iu various, parts o. the city. Yeterdav morning's passenger train unloaded a goodly number of ieoplefor Tucson. The passenger train fro n the east was derailed this morning at Lenson. and arrived seven hours .ate. The Episcopal church trustees and building committee meet this evening to Uke final action on budding propos als. A Gila B?nd party was i the city yes terday pu...

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. — 8 November 1890

ARIZONA 1 7vE EKLY CITIZEN. TUCSON, PIMA. COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 8. 1890. VOL. XX. NO. 50 Cheyney. Cheyney an J progress. Cheyney and Statehood. Cheyney and state-hood. Vote f J Jlja. W, F. Nie'aois. Scratch not, that ye be not scratched. Al Bernard low wishes J udge Dames had kept his hau'is off. The Mormon question may be a dead duck, but who killed it? Mark Smith's cheek would clog the best stamp mill in the territory. Look to God, vote the republican ticket and keep your powder dry. Rebuke thoe fellows who follow poli fnr iwi-pnue onlv . Now is the time rivr mn lean till election day. In the meantime let every republican work like a beaver. Ben Hexet has given a good account f his stewardship. Return him to the treasurer's office. Ceasab had his Brutus; Charles I had Mo rVnmn-olL and Marcus Aurelius has his Bishop Layton. EiS. Gill will probably Jersey bull wish he had si own pasture. make aid in the his Tucson 6hould return such an over 1 1 : fnmnrriiir t...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 8 November 1890

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 8, 1S90 PRICE OF THE CITIZEN DAU T. ne Copy, One Year in Advance, One Copy, Six Months WEEKLY. e Copy, One Year in Advance, ie Copy, Six Months $10 00 5 00 3 00 2 00 I OCAL NOTICES WILL BE INSERTED AT J 15 cents per line for the first insertion an i V) cento per line for each subtietinent insertion. The Arizona Daily Citizen is in its twenty- first year, and has tin extensive circulation throughout the territory. Ita Associate Press report are fall and concise and eiecial attention in paid to territoriaPnewe. f Iorbesposxience is always welcome but it fast be crisp, newsy and to the point. Matters n' a personal nature are ot desired. FNTERKDATTHEPOSTOFn.CEA92D-CLASS MATTES W. L VAIL. - - - - Editor THE ENGLISH IDEA. Free trade disciples will accept Glad stone's Dundee speech as economic gos- 1-eL It has the genuine ring of that creed. There is first the statement that whatever harm the McKinley bill may iothe other nations, it will do more lo the Un...

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. — 8 November 1890

Sutter cautured the railroad vote solid. Frescott is undergoing a famine of two cent postage stamps, Large quantities of peppers are are beirg brought in uy rancueie, C. B. Stocking has been appointed as a member of the police torce. A larre load of lumber and supplies 1 eft this morning for Mohawk ranch tu r,r tnoAtincr of the Building and Tn Association will be on Tuesday. Nov. 11. CWUr A-Terrv will move into the Republican headquarters building in few days. Quite a delegation of Apache Indians, l.-.u ,--. nil sizes itiD the city a visit. AsDirants to offices to be elected at the city election are now solicit "support. beginning to Four large wagon loads of ear corn . f.-i 1icrw-Rlt ion were orougni. in lu today by Mexican ranches. w l,w h.ttinff has been going on . Tinncina V in IUO wuiatcw between lleney and R?sruge. tv. lnHv manacers of the World's Fair will be called upon to noia a meet ing in Chicago, November lbtn. Many of the railroad men made ar- ; a o q tr in the city at ...

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. — 8 November 1890

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1, 1S00 LOCAL NEWS- California turkey, arsn the market. Par day tomorrow on the Southern P acific Hon. Ed- S. Gill and others at Keid, opera house tonight. Freight east and west to Tuecon are aiiout equally divided. More mining machinery has been re ceived this fall than at any previous ti me in years. The United States grand Jury and district court have adjourned till Wed nesday. 10 a. ni. Holloween was duly celebrated last mgni oy young iucson. mere is an abundance of evidence4this moraine to that effect Two drunks were before Judge Meyer this msrning. One of them Macron is an old offender and has just got out of the county jail. Rev. Chas. W. Wood, of Brooklyn, N. Y- will preach tomorrow morning at the Congregational church, the paster preaching as usual in the evening Enigmeino Jurez was arrested at San Carlos by Deputy U. S. Marshall Proctor and brought to this city on cnarge ol exiling ammunition to the Apaches. Marshall Paul arrested one, Frank Trask at Bens...

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. — 15 November 1890

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL. XX. TQCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 15, 1890. NO. 51 California democracy is a mass of j Now that the democrats will have desolato ruins. Tucson is and always will be the city ef the Southwest. The Mormon vote and some "substanj tial consideration" beat Cheyney. undisputed control of the house. we hooe they will do something besides obstruct it. Why can't Tucson have a chrystha- muTQ fair. Now is a good time for a beginning. Nothing bourns a countryo s much as solid resources. Ten acres of land in Arizona will make an independent living. The Col ton Chronicle publishes cuts of Gen. Phil Sheridan, Bill Nye, Lige Halford and Postmaster Gen. Wana maker, giving them names of residents of ban Bernardino county. rivE nunarea warrants are out in New York for tampering with elections. Of course the democrats are opposed to any laws which will put some of the best strikers behind the bar. Aside from the Mormon Tote Mark Smith was badly ...

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. — 15 November 1890

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 13, 1800 PRICE OF THE CITIZEN DAILY. 1 o Copy. One Year in Advance, One Copy, Six Months WEEKLY. Copy, One Year in Advance, Me Copy, bix Months 10 00 5 00 SS 00 2 09 1 OOAL NOTICES WILL BE INSERTED AT I 15 cents per line for the first insertion an 1 10 cents per line for each subsequent insertion. Thk Abizoka Daily is in its twenty- first year, and has an extensive circulation throughout the territory. Its Associate Pret report are fall and concise and especial attention is paid to territori&llnews. Corrxsfojtdknce is always welcome bnt it ir.ost be crisp, newsy and to the point. Matters a a personal nature are ot desired. E5IXRXD ATTHX POSTOmCX AS 2D"CLA8S MATTER W-1 VAIL. - - - - Editor. THE ELECTION. One week has passed 6ince the elec tion, and the tield can now be accurate ly purveyed. Viewed after the smoke of battle has cleared away there is not so much for democrats to rejoice over after all. The great majorities which were claimed on ele...

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. — 15 November 1890

LOCAL NEWS- Another wagon load of timber left this morning for Manimoih. The territorial grand jury did not meet to-day until 1 o clocK. Another carload of 6toves just receiv ed for Hughes, Stevens & Co. The building committee of the Epis copal Church meet again tonight Deputy M irshalls are busy looking up jurors and witnesses ror tne nexiuibinvi, court. Two wagon loads of freight, drawn by eirht aaiuia'.s, went out to Fort Lowell today. vy iten s intended for the social column should be in by Saturday noon at latest. Four Uitxe lwds cf lumbal and three of supplies left for the .SpeeUiauon mine thi morning. A four l.i-rse w;i?on load of ore was brought in ihis m nviu from the Spec ulation miiif, of D.-ve Camp. ' he K .a-.i f Su Monday next as ;. recount the vo:er of rv!r-- rs meet on -l-c;'-m board, to .tf voiinty. The cases of Dr. W. E. Brown, Wiley Holiday an 1 John Cabral will be heard tomorrow in the U S. district court. Tiie he;ullne over th grave f Phil Draehoian "'as pia...

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. — 15 November 1890

vVeekly Citizen. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 13, 1S90 LOCAL NEWS. Tucson Militia, Co. D, have special drill this evening. Ten cars of freight were received for Tucson yesterday. Twenty-two trunks were unloaded from this morning's train. U. S. District Court makes the hotel business .good, the Cosmopolitan and Palace being especially well tilled. Maish & Driscoll have shipped six car loads of cattle to California parties. Three left yesterday and three today. Mexicans can be seen huddling on the t-unny side of adobe wills these chilly mornings, warming themselves at the Sonora stove." Business which has been rather uncer tain ani light during election is begin ning to pick up at an encouraging rate. Chaa. D. Fouts, who stabbed J. Griffiths at the San Xavier Hotel last June, and who was out on bonds for Home time, has been back in the county jail for several weeks. Candidate Bernard made the mistake during the late election of not letting the seven prisoners in the county jail who were not ...

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. — 22 November 1890

ARIZONA WE CITIZEN. VOL. XX. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ABIZONA, TERBITOflY, SATURDAY N0VEMBE3 22. 1890. NO. 51 We should have a Board of Trade. Tucson needs more shade trees. Vesoent democrats will find that even a broken Reed is not to be handled carelessly. The man who said smiles cost nothing and can bo worn in all kinds of weather, never lived in Arizona. They say free trade is good enough for England. Then let them keep it. Experience has proven it is not good enough for us. The Gazette very correctly remarks that the individual who can speaK noth ing but ill of his own town should 6eek a more congenial clime. G rover Cleveland said "I challenge the right of any man to rejoice over the results of the election more than Here's a chip for D. B. HilL Tomorrow's edition of the Citizen will consist of 6ix pages, containing some valuable advertising and a large addi tional amount of reading matter. Tp the democratic majority in the coming congress will work as hard for free coinage as the...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 22 November 1890

'Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 22, 1890 PRICE OF THE CITIZEN. DA 11 Y. On.. Copy, One Y.ar in Advance, t)a (, Six MoutliS W1XKLY. Copy, One Year in Advance, tie C !', Six M jut hs 10 00 5 00 SS 00 2 oe IOCAL XOTK'KS WILL RE INSERTED AT J 15 cents per line fur tlm first insertion an i 10 cents per line for each tmleqaent insertion. The Auizoxa Daily Titizex is in its twenty first year, anl has an extensive circulation throughout the territory. Its Associated Preea reiort6 are full and concise and especial attention 16 paid to territorial news. Correspondence is always welcome bat it must be crisp, news and to the ioint. Matters of a iersonal nature are :t desired. EX fEUED ATTiiE POSTOFF1CE A92D""CLASS MATT EE W.I, VAIL. - - - - Editor. SEE ? It is abimt time that the 'handful of democrats who are moving heaven and e::rth and hell, to oust the republican sheriff and treasurer, were made to re alize that the republicans are not taking a siesta. If the h. of. d. Eave not been aware...

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. — 22 November 1890

n Weekly citizen. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 22, 1S90 LOCAL NEWS. The "mill" takes place Wednesday night. Many new mines are being prospected in Pima connty. A new wall is being put in under part of the Cosmopolitan Hotel. U. S. Marshal's office people are en gaged in paying jurors' and witness's fees. The street sprinkW is to be auctioned offi to the highest bidder on Nov. 17, by the city. Mining men, are taking even more in terest in how county election went then Tucsonites. More mining deals are on the tapis, and are expected to be consumated in the very near future, The building committee of the Epis copal church hold another business meeting this evening. Monday the official count will take place. The candidates and public are anxiously awaiting the result. L. V. Wilkerson and Ed. M. Kelly, U. S. trial jurors, were excused from serving by the court today. E. M. Lowell, and a party of mining men of Washington Camp came in by private conveyance yesterday. Improvements on homes are notice ...

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. — 22 November 1890

LOCAL NEWS. Th water main in : front of Soldini restaurant burst yesterday. The district court calendar is unusual ly full for the coining term. Butcher Schumacher is packing down an average of twenty hogs a day. Paintinjr and plastering repairs ' and greatly to the appearance of the uem saloon. The funniest thing of all is "U fc L' It will be at Re id's opera house next Monday night. D. Donham has taken a contract to furnish 1200 cords of wood for 1200 cords of wood for Ft. LowelL Health seekers continue to arrive at oood rate, and all now here are speak in highest terms of Tucson's delightful and bracing climate. Cards are out nuntuncing the wed .Hr.rrnf Miss Zeuie Ezekels at her home in this city to Major Rafferty, on the sixth of December. L he IT. S. grand jury which was dis charged yesterday found fifteen indict meuts in the twenty-seven cases pre sented. The othsr twelve were ignored The pugilistic contest tomorrow night will be conducted in an orderly manner. The management ...

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. — 29 November 1890

j I VOL. XX. TUCSON, PIMA. COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 29, 1890. NO. 52 ARIZONA WEEKLY PITT W THE NEW TARIFF ON CIGARS A good deal of noise haa been heard lately about the increased duty on iui imported cigars. The following para- trranh from democratic uaper shows what it all amounts to. Out of, 6ay 13,000,000 smokers in the United States about GOV A smoke imported cigars. They are the neb men as a rule, who should be willing to contribute to the expenses of government, by paying a 64i.ill duly oa their luxuries which helps tj reiwve the poor inaa to that extent from duties on their nocesBaries of life. This is one of the most commendable features of the new law, and an honest examination of the tariff of 1SD0 will disclose many such. The effect of the tobacco duty will be to extend the cultivation of tobacco in this country aiid increase he manufacture of cigars: At the outside, we take from Cuba 110,000,000 cigars a year. That is all the demand caiis for. Conseq...

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. — 29 November 1890

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 29, 1890 PRICE OF T7IE DAILY. CITIZEN. Oae Copy, One Year in Advance, One Copy, Six Months WEEKLY. fopy. One Year in Advance, ne Copy, Six Months $10 00 S 00 S3 00 2 08 I OCAL NOTICES WILL BE INSERTED AT 1 J 15 cents per line for the first insertion an i w cents per line for each subsequent insertion. The Arizona Daily Citizzj- is in its twenty. first year, and has an extensive circulation throughout the territory. Its Associated Press reports are fall and concise and especial attention ts paid to territorialjnews. Correspondence is always welcome bat it tr.nst be crisp, newsy and to the point, Matters of a personal nature are ot desired. ENTERED ATTHEPOSTOFF1CE AS 2D-CLAS8 MATTER W- L- VAIL. .... Editor. The Citizex has the most complete job outfit and book bindery in the ter ritory. We make no exceptions. The tourists amongst us are respect fully invited to inhale our spring air, and then read what the telegrams say about weather back east Theke i...

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. — 29 November 1890

LOCAL NEWS. The m l! at Mnaimoth is working one hundre-1 tons of ore a day. Toav -. i '-v is a legal holiday. No banks ok:., no scli'x.-lt5, do paper. Pap;'.o w 'iL't-r are id the city ped dling hay cartels and mattresses. i'h iv frosts so far this fall. Tuc 011 has the line st climate in the world. Tiie city council meets next Monday night ani " will appoint the election boaiu. Tiifl Tu-.von American orchestra w ill :;ivo grand ball to-night at lieid Ojera ll-j;se. Som Th-.mksgivipg poultry is com ice in from :.e country, but the cu would run vcv short of turkeys, were it dependent o. ly on that Bource. F.mr ;. .ills of supplies two of nr.nin.l f.nl. :.nd two of mac cm for the fctampn. 1 ueiit out to O veCamp for the !::tion Co. today. A t ;';.- rihic wire was I roken at San Simon vost-rday by the pile uriver there chush much inconvenience, es pecially to points oast of the break. Mid-weektr vice tonight at the Con it relation church for Bible study and t) raver b.: winning at 7:30...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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