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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 3 January 1891

Weekly CrnsEU. SATURDAY JANUARY 3, 1S91. LOCAL NEWS- Trees are being planted along north Churck street. District court adjourned yesterday afternoon until Monday. A very pheasant party was given by Mrs. Frank Allison last evening. A drunken 6oldier for disturbing the peace last night is now in durance vile The Rni'roal Library Association received another Lex of fine books to d::j. George ftoskruge is moving out of his county surveyor's office in the court The Ward of supervisors met today aijd tudiled accounts for the fourth qirutcr. Mose Drachman will take charge of thft American Grocery House on the 1st of Jari'-nry. Tret-b are bemcr set out in front of W. L. Joiiiieun's place, on upper Ccn- giess street. A roi'.eo is now at work m the vicin ity of Yuma, twenty miles north of town, having been out about ten days. A soldier. Chas. Williams, who u.td a row on Church strest Christ mas night, was sentenced to a week in jaiL A fine Christmas trade is reported by the merchants of the c...

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. — 10 January 1891

3EK1 TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY JANUARY 10, 1891. VOL. XX. NO. 58 ARIZONA ' jr '''' LY CITIZEN. Such weather as this means death to the microbe. King Kalakua, bet a 6Ugar plantation on three Jacks and lost. Dave"' thinks the cards were "fixed" on him. It is a death blow to democracy that notwithstanding the grinding McKmley bill cream refuses to raise on Tucson milk. The Citizen contains today a number of interviews v.ilh prominent attorneys on the "lost la vs" alias the 'Sleeping Beau ties." They are interesting to read. Coxfccics, that venerable Chinese philosopher says:. "Speech is silver but 6ilence is golden." Mr. Cleveland re verses the proverb, lie thinks silver silence. The winter climate of Arizona ap prouches the perfection. It is made to order and knocks the hand-me-down weatVer of the east into a perpendicular Eombrero. The El Paso Times 6ays the morninga pteryga&pernma is a good tree for tbe Bouth. We 6hould judge that the Times was correct if...

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. — 10 January 1891

vVTCRKLY Citizen. SATURDAY JANUARY 10.1BOL PRICE or: the DAILY. CITIZEN. One Copy, One Year in Advance, On Copy, Six Montlis ' $10 00 S 00 WEEKLY. - e Copy, One Year in Advance, no Cory, Six Months - f3 00 2 08 vrr. vrTTT-" WTT.1.. RE INSERTED AT Lj 15 cents per line for th first insertion an i 10 cent per line tor eaca euDaequeiii mseaiuu. The Arizona Daily. Cixcts is in ita 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. Coersspoxdekcb is always welcome but it mas crisp, newsy and to the point. Matters of a personal nature are Dt desired. LtGAL ADYEETISLNG. fU25 per square, 10 lines n on panel Efirst inser tion, and 13 per square each subsequent in sertion. COMMERCIAL. ADVERTISING Made known on Application. EKTEEKDAT THKPOSTOrnCI A82D-CLA8S KATTEB W- E VAIL. - - - - Editor Joai? of Arc is to be cannonized. he; enioklees powder will be used. We Thirty ...

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. — 10 January 1891

LOCAL NEWS. Pieroe Ford, of Tucson, gives special attention to mail orders. The Southwestern Live Stock Asso ciation meets tomorrow night. The fruit store of Geo. Rafeilcovich was closed by the constable yesterdaj The South Western Live Stock As sociation hold their next meeting on Wednesday night. Sone oranges and lemons of fine quality are arriving in large quantities for Tucson merchants. A Sunday drunk before Re corder Meyer this morning was giyen 5 days in which to sober up. The week of Prayer now held throughout the United States is being faithfully observed in lucson. -The police report that no clues are ob 0:naKl r,f either the assessor's office robbers or of Verdugo and Jacinto. Th next theatrical troupe for Tucson will be that of Patti Rosa, who will ap pear in the. comedy 'Imp" on January 15th. Write to Tirce Ford for prices on glass ware, crockery, kitchen utensils, etc A party who have been spending the winter at Colorado Springs, N. M., will arrive in Tucson on tomorro...

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. — 10 January 1891

vtfREKLY Citizen. SATURDAY JANUARY 10, 1891. LOCAL NEWS- Drivins: parties were the order of the day for New Years, and some stylish and handsome rigs wera on the streets. Green barley and other rerdant fodder are in the market, on sale. Where else can the like be produced besides Arizona? The clerk of the Board of Supervi sors has prepared county warrants for the fourth quarter of 1800, and is now issuing them. A party who have been spending th winter at Colorado Springs, N. AL, will i;r. ire la Tucson on tomorrow morn ing train. Cattlemen report that no buyers are in the country at present. Several f roiu California are expected about the middle of this month. Report has been brought to town that murderer Verdugo went to B. Ro bVs'ranc!., 18 miles out, took a borse and saddle aud escaped. A darter from Fort Lowell yester- duv tjocgbt a ticket here for Casa i;r'.nde. He was captured before get- t.i. a way by another soldier ana return ed to tue fort Elwyr. Watkins, was arrested, and...

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. — 17 January 1891

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. VOL. XX. TUCSON, PIMA. COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY JANUARY 17, 1891. NO. 59 SPASMODIC ADVERTISING. Wk all recognize that as between the fellow who works by nts and 6tarts" and The chap who plods along and keeps at it steadily, the plodder get" t.htr ni-prv time. Tho GDaainodic fel low ina create aa occasional lnipres- tim.ibui the results of hia fitful labors are d:ssi. V? iu the intervals. The occasional display of fireworks or ly seives ihe purpose of preventing his being forgotten altogether; whil the man w ho works and keeps working, constantly improves his position and prospects. So it is with advertising. It is the re peated aad" and the sustained effort that telL We dou't mean the uad" that is never changed, but the one that ever changing, but never ommitted. The wise advertiser keeps always be fore the rjeoole to whom he desires to sell his wares. When you want to qui doing business . Etop advertising, or ad vertise only "onseiaa -hiie.r Ex. ...

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. — 17 January 1891

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY JANUARY 17,1K1. PRICE OF THE CITIZEN. DAILY. ue ('"ry. One Year in Advtnce, One Copy. Hix Months WEEKLY. eCij , One Year in Auvence, $10 00 5 00 f 3 00 2 W tin txp , Six .Months 1 K'AL NOTICES AVILAi KK lstnii-u 41 1 4 1" cents ier line for the first insertion an 1 10 cents per line lor each subsequent insertion. Thk Aaizovi Duly Cttizes is in its twenty hrst year, and has an. extensive circulation throughout the territory. I Associate Press reports are full and concise and especial attention i paid to territorial news. ('OE8ESPOXDK.VCI is always welcome but it crist), newsy and to the point. Matters of a ier' U'U nature are ot desired. LGAL ADVEET1SLNG. .-- rm liniui nnnnirial I'linit. ineor. J i pi-r tannic-, i iv a -"-J- . ti-. and per square each subsequent in sertion. COHlIEBCIAIi ADVERTISING Vi.de known on Application. l.M fciiED AT THE POSTOFF1CK AS 2rrCLA8 9 MATT EE V. 1 VAI1 - - - - Editor. Cl, Paso has six inches of the beauti ful snow ,'ain't it c...

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. — 17 January 1891

LOCAL) NEWb. Patti Rosa was in Tucson ten years ago, playing in Levin's theatre. new display window is being put up in the Bloxten block on upper Con gress street. The 6hops whistle failed to blow this morning and many early risers de pending on its daily toot overslept. Another fancy dog cart for Prof. C lllmgwood of the university has ar rived at the station. llermosiilo oranges are arriving for Tucson merchants at the rate of about a dozen barrels a week. - Dry hide shipments are numerous of lite. Ha'f a carload arrived for one firm yesterday coming from Willcox. C. M. Garry for disturbing the peace last evening in a dow n town place was jailed today. He will be examined to morrow. One drunk in jaiL Recorder Meye, reports that the man tilled up on XXX and is therefore not sober enough for a hearing. The Mexicans brought before Com missioner Ainea yesterday for stealing hay at San Xavier, were held for the grand jury. The passeger train from the east arrived four hours late. It wa...

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. — 17 January 1891

t'VEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY JANUARY 17, 1801. LOCAL NEWS. Improvements are being made on offioe buildings on Meyer street between Congress and Pennington. Several business parties about town who have not paid their city licenses have been ordered to nut UP before next Monday under penalty of arrest. A Merry-go-round is now at the stataion beloneimr to four Italians. It will be 6et up here in a few days on Lt. C Hughes' lot opposite W. Read's residence. It comes trom lios Angeles, :1aukied. -At Judge Slater's office on Pennington street last evening, Frank M. Stigall and Miss Delia Guv BiBtr. The contracting parties come from Sacramento, Cal. Charles Kresham is fitting up the room adjourning the Fashion Saloon for a cigar store," and will open about Mon day or Tuesday. Charley 6ays he is a ".Little dishgured but 6till in the ring. The Ileney-Roskruge election con test was brought before district court this afternoon. The point was made that a treasurer cannot succeed himself in office...

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. — 24 January 1891

YT 1 i rTTIlVT V - . t-1 1 I 1 .ess Jl if; .JEL. ?i-. ti ,-i-r T-rvr 7UL. AHfQSfA.TSEBITOEY, SATURDAY JA1IDA11Y 24. 1891. NO. 8 5? . 5 Why post? .-egimeutal Alouoay the -Si:vi'eii".h Lei-V-avare tf Ar'ona meets. It should aru douM- C. 2.1. Fcn'sto has retired from the poes will be one of the niost imiovtant M-sjave M'oeraTnl Messrs. B ilton a"d 'Fessions'ia many years. At the last Ssrth succeed -o ihi edito-iul tr.pod. j election beth parties went before the Tne Mice? hs bcm a eod pper ar 1 J peopl on the reform proposition. Ilcd codoubiwuUusiaiuitsiei.uur.'oi. the republican? been id theNrcajority - I there id no doubt but sweeping economic I:, spe-dring of tiw WjiU's FiIr ex- J measures would have been adopted With hibit th- '.u I let ion say d: It is fair to say that Soi.tl.--ra Arizona will n.t be ex celled by ,M.y bli'e or u.-r-iry id her beautiful display of copper, gold and manganese -to. Dr kix(, the i:o"it.s eessrioa of the lir:slotur the Cin:. thorough ihgei- e. - -;uti 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. — 24 January 1891

Weekly Qitisen; SATURDAY JANUARY 24.1S91. PRICE OF. THE CITIZEN- DAILY. oe Copy, One Yaar in Advance, f 10 00 One Copy, Six Months - 5 00 WEEKLY. Copy, One Year in Advance, - f 3 00 tie 5opr. Six Months - - - 2 09 I f!T. VOTTfFS WIT.Ij PF. INSERTED AT I J 15 cents per line for the first insertion an i 10 cents per une lor each 6nbteg.nent insertion. The Arizona Dailt Cttlztx is in its twenty first year, and has an extensive circulation throughout the territory. Ita Associated Press reports are fall and concise and especial attention is paid to territorial news. f'SRESPOSDENCE is always welcome bnt it inns crisp, newsy and to the point. Matters of a personal nature are at desired, LEGAL ADVERTISING. J2.2j per square, 10 lines nonparieljnrst inser tion, and il per square each subsequent in sertion. COMMERCIAL ADVERTISING Made known on Application. ENTERED AT TEE POSTOFFTCE AS 2DCLA9 S MATTER W. L, VAIL. .... Editor. FREE TRADE SELFISHNESS. The theory of free trade has very apt ly been...

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. — 24 January 1891

THE MESSAGE. Acting Governor . Murphy,) Sends it in TO -THE LEQISLATUBE Recommends the'Abolhtinient o Office Of Commissioner of Immigration A Bridge Over SaltHiver-Abol-ishnient'of the Sanitary Com mission - Railway Legislation. Acting Governor Murphy's message to the legislature is an unusually lengthy document, occupying some twelve col umns in all. Below a digest is given of the saiue. After a review of the pres ent condition of the territory in which he mentions the necessity for rigid economy and reduction where even pos sible in the espen&es of government, the ntinc troverncr turns to the financial Question. lie says: "The most serious question, in my judgement, which you have to consider, is the FINANCIAL. CONDITION OF THE TERRITORY And this question undoubtedly out weighs in importance all other matters vmhind that will occupy your atten tion, I shall devote a very considerable part of this message to its presentation The following is an official statement of the territo...

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. — 24 January 1891

i V iiEELY CITIZEN. SATURDAY JANUARY 24, 189L LOCAL NEWS. Caazon firing could be heard at the Fort last night about 10. The late cold wave makes the pres ent weathe highly appreciable. The legislators from Pima county left on this morning's train for Phenix. There is an undelivered message at the Western Union office for H. U. Max field. C. R. Wers is excavating a large pit tt bis sampling works to receive the tail ing? from hi mill, which starts up eocn. bobi of our exchanges in speaking of the escaped prisoner Verdugo men tion it as Adolpho Verdugo which is en tirely incorrect. The name ia Manuel. The second carload of trees andj f.bnibs for the Agricultural Experiment Station arrived yesterday. They come from nurseries at Riverside and Nilss, Calif. John Gray, a soldier, forjerkiDg another to!t:ier under arrest last night was brought before Recorder Meyer toil- and Reoi?ncsl to 10 day in the ;M!3ty The s? reot 'rortirg on the Epieco j -j cl.urc-h siv-, r. h-3 corner of Catap Vij ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 7 February 1891

ARIZONA WEEKLY VOL. XXI. TOTSON, PIM1 COUNT!, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY FEBRUARY 7, L891. NO 10. FALSE PROPHETS. There is much of method in the per sistency with which free trade attor neys contiuue their misrepresentations of the terms and effects of the existing tariff law. Confronted by the fact that every industry hitherto adequately de fended against foreign competition long enough to become established on a firm basis has responded by a lowering of prices, these brevet Cobdenites seem de termined that the recently enacted law shall not have opportunity for adding one more proc.r to the unbroken chain of evidence es to the economy of supplying the home market from adequate home resources. Scarcely a day has passed, since the passage of the McKinley bill was as sured, without seeing the columns of the opposition press on both sides of the Atlantic loaded with denunciations of that measure, and prophecies of bu6i oess disasters that were to folio its enactment. First in the li...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 7 February 1891

Weekly citizen. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 7, 1801 PRICE OF THE CITIZEN- DAIliY. One Copy, One Year in Advance, One Copy, Six Months WEEKLY. Copy, One Year in Advance, Ea Copy, biz Months $10 CO 5 CO S 00 2 06 w vit vnTinnwil t. nv. TVFKTFT AT 15 cent per line for the first insertion an "i 10 cent Jr line tor each sabseqaent insertion. THE Ajuzoka Daily Cmax is in its twenty first Year, and has an extensive circulation throughout the territory. It Associated Press reports are fall and concise and especial attention la raid to territorial news. CnaassPOXDENCE is always welcome bat it ttnst crisp, newsy and to the point. Matters of a person i nature are at desired. LEGAL ADVERTISING. fZ25 per square, 10 lines nonpariel J.first inser tion, and tlii per square each subsequent in sertion. COMMERCIAL ADVERTISING Hade known on Application. KXTEBED AT THE POSTOFITCE AS 2D-CLASS MATTEB W. I. V ALL. - - - - Editor. THE TUOSON RAILROAD- It may be set down as a general prin tfpal that the Citizen favors...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 7 February 1891

LOCAL NEWS. Chinese New Year begins on Feb. 8th. The srood work of tree trimming goes bravely on. The pay car is expected about Feb, 10th next Tuesdaj. "A Barrel of money" will be billed for Feb. ICth, at the opera bouse. Fairer than the corse, will be the grand march at the the Carnival. The railroad business is 6teadily in creasing, particulary through freight. Judge C. IL Meyer intends taking a two weeks' visit to Guaymas in a few days. A largo number of mining locations have been tiled from the Guns.ght dis trict of late. C.R. Wores has aboutcompleted ar rangements for starting up the mill at his Sampling Works. ThA statinzthat the article on Fred Smith in the Chronicle was written in this city, was an error. At the hospital the patients are leaving daily with none to replace ihem. There are now out iwo rauroau pauenis tnere. Freight shipments from Tucson merchants are unusually heavy this month. One firm eent out a carload and a half ont day this weai. Suit has been filed with ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 7 February 1891

$BEKLY CITIZEN.' SATURDAY FEBRUARY 7, 1S91 DONE UP. A Tucson Cattleman Hoped in by a Smooth Stranger. lElTao Times). Although the Times only yesterday morning warned the people that the "bunco steerer was abroad again, we are already placed in position to report a case of "being taken in." Yesterday morning a cattleman, who came in from Tuoson on his way to Denver, having a fev.r leisure hours on his hands decided to cross the Rio Grande and pay a vitit to our sister city. lie went, he is sorry, he is out of S-jO. Oa the 6treet car he made the acquain ts ce of a glib and smooth-tongued stranger, who was also going to visit Juarez for the first time. lie said that he hud come from Fort Worth, and while on the way out here had Been a very clever trick practiced with cards The two left the car together, when ar rived otro lado and tcok a stroll through tho streets of the town. While on this Eiglit-seeing expedition they met anoth er stranger, and the Fort Worth man WE&. po enthusia...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 21 February 1891

WEEKLY CI nrwr VOL. XXI. TUCSOff, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY FEBRUARY 21, 1891. NO 12. 7 a GENERAL, SHERMAN. j MUCH NEEDED LEGISLATION. General Sherman the famous soldier, j Arizona has made no special provision ior we care or. rocorrigioie youins con victed of law breaking To incarcerate grand and patriotic citizen, has been mustered out of service by that pale com mander who marshals hosts greater than marched with Sherman to the sou, and whom both great and lowly must obey. General William Tecumsah Saermi, whose name is a household word in this great American Union, died in New York on Saturday last, after a bhort and ap parently nol severe illness. With his death passes away the last really great general of the war. Though dead in body his name will ever survive in tne hearts of those over whom the benign blessings of the stars and stripes wave, lie was born in Ohio, in 1818, was educated at West Point and commissioned a 1st Lieutenant in 1341. He served with dis ...

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. — 21 February 1891

WEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 21, 1801 PRICE OF . THE CITIZEN- DAILY. uj 'iy, OneYar in Advance, One Cups, Six Months WEEKLY. e Copy, One Year in Advance, tie Oipy, Six Months $10 00 5 00 S 00 2 W I Ot'AL NOTICES WILL BE INSERTED AT 1 4 15 cents per line for the hrst insertion aa 10 cents per line for each subsequent insertion. 1bkAkizon4 Daily Citizen is in its twenty first year, and has an extensive circulation throughout the territory. It Associated Press report are fall and concise and especial attention is pai-i to territorial news. i'okrjcspondexce is always welcome bnt it mas crisp, newsy and to the point. Matters of a personal nature are ot desired. LEGAL ADYEBTISEN'G. fLZ per square, 10 lines non panel fir6tincer. .uu. and $1 .25 per square each subsequent in trtion. X)iIMEBCIAL ADVERTISING Made known on Application. BXTKREDATTHEPOSTOmCK A92D-CLASS MATTES W. L- VAIL. - - - - Editor. The county division craze hasreachde New Maxico, but as usual the bed of the dvisionists...

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. — 21 February 1891

LOCAL NEWS. Forty coils of woven wire fencing have just arrived for the university. Flags are at half mast on the court house in respect for the late General Sherman. Ollas were offered for sale on the 6treets today by Indian women, the first in 6ome months. The ball to have been given for the benefit of the pubic library has been postponed till after lent. The "Sunset" traffic has been pick ing up during the last week. Two trains went through east last night. The passenger train from the west yesterday was a very heavy ,ne,consist ing.of eleven cars. It arrived two hours late. The ancient mine a mile west of towndi covered a montu ago by a Mex ican, and upon whic- he is at work ex ploring, wa visited yesterday by many Tucson people. At the suelter the works are in readinss for coke expected any day now. Five cars of ore from the Silver Bell mine, loaded at Bad Rock, have arrived and are being unloaded. Action will be taken by the city council in the very near future regard ing the ...

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