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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 21 February 1891

WEEKLY ClIISEN. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 21, 1801 LOCAL NEWS. The Citizen job printiDg depart ment has just received 6ome elegant de signs in fancy type. The wooden awning in front of Mrs. Olsen's store was torn down today, and placed In front of Lonergan's store. P. J. Villaescusa's new store is rap idly increasing in height and will be a nice locking (structure. The brick front is nearly complete. The hauling of the concentrator machinery, brick and lumber to the Saginaw mine goes on at a good rate. Three loads went out yesterday and to day. Two teams are engaged in hauling iroa ore to the Tuc6on smelter from Terry's mine at San Xavier, adjoining the old San Xavier mine. They have a contract to transport 50 tons. -The work of cleaning out the ancient shaft west of town discovered by a Mex ican a week ago, continues and he is now down 15 feet The old ladder is said to be found down so far as gone. rn the U. S. district court today the the morning was consumed in obtaining a jury in the ca...

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. — 28 February 1891

3. WEEKLY CITIZEN. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY FEBRUARY 28, L891. VOL. XXI. NO 13. Where is that Board of Trade! Tucson is preparing for a boom. The free coinage bill was passed upon adversely today by the house comm ttee. Miles cocsty is on the shelf. It will hardly be able to get down again either. Ik 1890 there were about 1U,000 tons of beet sugar raised in the United States The industry is rapidly developing. Sockless Jerky Simpson, of Kansas now propose 3 to abolish the United States senate. It is the old case of sour grapes. The silver men of Colorado did a fool ish thing in by cotting the World's Fair because the Chicago business men signed a petition opposing free coin age. A sew fiber plant claimed to be better than ramie has been found on the Island of Trinidad. All that is required is to cut the stems, which are fully 10 feet long, eplit the bark at the larger end, and strip off the bark from end U end with out stopping, as fortunately the stems have...

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. — 28 February 1891

weekly Citizen. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 28, 1891 Plans shade trees and otherwise im prove your homes. Fbee coinage of silver seems to be up Saline creek, eo to speak. The population of Tucson will exceed 23,000 in less than a decade. The legislature is getting through some good and effective legislation. The strongest microscope would fail to detect any traces of reciprocity be tween Hon. Henry Watterson, of Ken tucky, and Hon. David B. Hill, of New York. Evert business man in Tucson should feel apersonal responsibility in advertis ing her resources and superior advan tages. By such united efforts are cities made. Washington's birthday was duly ob served in these parts. The Father of his Country would have blushed with vanity to have seen the homeage done him. The construction of the Tucson, Cala b;isas &. Northwestern railway will give Tucson a direct ocean outlet at Gu ay mas. The difference in our Mexican tra le is not to be underestimated. The Southern papers who blame Gen Sherman...

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. — 28 February 1891

Tboa. Gardner, of San Pedro, drove in yesterday. Arizona Lodge No. 1, A. O, U. W. meets this evening. Desks in offices in the courthouse are being re-covered. The machinery at the Saginaw mine started up yesterday. Hay of all kinds is rinding ready market in Tucson at present. The 'public library has received a large installment of new books. The price of the Revised Statutes has been reduced to 82.50 per volumn. O. Alsen is ens? 4:11 in removing to his new store, formerly occupied by Wheeler & Perry. The building on the lot north of the residence of A. T. Groasetta,on Penning ton street, is being torn down. The foundation walls or the new Episcopal church are about complete, and work on the walls proper will begin booh. Douglas Snyder is engaged in mak ing preliminary survey oi toe proposed line of the Tucson. Calabasas and Northern railroad. A section hand named John Doyle Their SOLONS. Workings Capitol. at the PHENIX. of thu Late There. Food on ways and means, to whom was re ...

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. — 28 February 1891

WKEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 23, 1891 LOCAL NEWS. The Tombstone delegation in the city on jury has left for home. A new steel roof is being put on the po6toffice, one of the results of the late rain. There is a small washout on the railroad between Picacho and Casa Grande. Wm. Hart is in receipt of three steam pumps and a boiler from Chicago, to be used for pumping water for irriga tion purposes at his ranch, M. M. Harris, the piano tuner who was in Tucson last fall, and who is at present in Globe will return to Tucson about the middle of March. Col. Christy, L. Fowler and Mrs. Ada Irwin returned on the late train to Fhe nix. CL Christy is one of the able men of the territory and staunch republican. The railroad is again open, the brok en bridge being repaired last night about 1'2 o'clock. Five or six freights in ad dition to passenger trains were delayed Arizona is to become a poultry county and the business will be entered in wholesale by Mr. John Ittner of Oracle, who has ju...

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 March 1891

" weeKiTarkona citizen. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY MARCH 7, 1891 NO 14 VOL. XXI. In the miist of angry waters Tucson stands high and dry. When Tucson get her big hotel South ern California will have to lock sharp after her laurels. Ik quantity and quality or news it will be observed that the Citizen does not take a back seat. We should have a live awake and en ergetic bout . 1 of trade. Who will take the lead in the matter? The Nogales Herald says: The pro proposed -new county should be called Santa Cruz, by all means. Papago is too "squatty." The recent floods have established the fact beyond per adventure that Arizona is not a barren waste or au annex of the bottomless pit. The widow of Gen. Barnu'dia claims of the United States Sl,000,C) for the killing of her husband while in transit to this country. Without the support of the southern and western democrats it is hard to see how Cleveland can base any solid hopes on the presidential nomination. Tucson is s...

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 March 1891

vVEEKLY CITIZEN. SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1801 PRICE OF THE CITIZEN. DAILY. Ow l'j.y. One Year in Advance, Onut'opj-. Six Month WEEKLY. p tVipy, One Tear in Advance, ne Copy, Six Months $10 00 i 00 S 00 2 09 I tMAL NOTICES WILL BE INSERTED AT Lj 15 cents per line for the tret insertion an 10 cent per line for each subsequent insertion. I'be AniEOKA Daily Citizen isinita twenty orst year, and has an extensive circulation throughout the territory. Ito Associated Press reports are full and concise and especial attention is paid to territorial new6. ''apESPOXDE"CE is always welcome bat it mas crop, newsy and to the point. Matters of a personal nature are rt detred. LEGAL ADVERTISING. per sqnare, 10 lines nonpanelj first inBor Uon. and $12S per square each subsequent in wtior. OOM1IERCIAL ADYERTISES'G Mn.ie known on Application. F.W TERED AT THE POSTOFFICE AS 2D-CLAS8 MATTER W-1 VAIL. - - - - Editor- NOTICE. Fr.in this date obituary notices, marriages, hwI birthe beyond the announcement, meeti...

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 March 1891

LOCAL NEWS. ' NORTH & SOUTH ROAD. The boerd of trade meeting 6hould be largely attended. A Wagon load of merchandise left yesterday for Greateiville, California-mails arrived yesterday, coming via C. P. and Odgeu. Freight for Tucson and points near is arriving via the C P. and Udgen. A partial mail from Phenix, the first Eince the f reshat, arrived yesterday. The Banner lamps sre the best lamps in the market, for sale by Pierce ford. -J. P. Zimmerman has resumed police duty, succeeding C li. Stocking, re signed. It. Kadriquez, of this city, has just received a consignment of tine orange trees from Sonora. The crazy Mexican woman from Graham county was again started for Phenix the morning. R. A. Johupon has purchased "Sleepy John" of Vv'a:ter Vail, and proposes to throw don the gauntlet to the earth. You should 6ee those new vegetable presses at Pierce Ford's. Aniseto Rodriquez and Marsela Valencio were murried by Justice of the Peace Slater, at his office this morning. Mesilla s...

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 March 1891

1801 ,AL NEWS. The Sisters of ISt Joseph have pur chaeed a fine double buggy, and driver Ben is happy. The washouts west deprive Tucson of the chief source of transients, most tarvel coming from that direction. It ia reported that a stage line has been put on between Maricopa and Phe nix, with ferries at the broken bridges. In moving goods to the new store yesterday a fine buggy robe valued at 10 was stolen from A. Olsen. The thief has not been apprehended. The Silver pitcher will hereafter be under the management of Bernard & Goldbaum, Solomon Goldbaum having purchased the interest of G. luce. Ramon Sardini, who is constable at lubac, was held today for the U. fc. grand jury by Commissioner Ainsa, for votirg on first papers at last election. A party in town from Dubuque, Iowa, which isonecf the prohibition states, reports that there is less drunken ties in Tucson then there is in his city. In district court the only business coming up was the case of U. S. . t . W. Smith, Ja. M...

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. — 14 March 1891

WEEKLY AK A CITIZEN. TUCSON, PIMA. COUNTY, AEIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY MARCH 14, 1891. VOL. XXI. NO 15 IIas the high license logged? bill got water- Scllivan's new opera Ivanhoe fcis considered the bestjof his productions. These days remind us that Arizona is 4 No better location in the county could the land of sunshine as well as silver. Bcsikess generally is reviving at an encouraging pace. Tucson has a future. For the first time in twenty years Ro Chester. N. V., has elected a republican board of al.lermen. be found for the National Conservatory of mi1 sic than in Tucson The Texas Live Stock Journal Rays: Arizona is in the sheep business in i-.nd earnest. It has 291,000 6heep, aLd sill is not satisfied. The Bulletin says the republicans have been badly beaten by the jute bag ouAKtion. Better iute bags than sand bags or shilalye. The ticrht arainst Cleveland by free silver democrats of the south and west is waxiag warm. The man of Destiny will be made forciably aware of the fact ...

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. — 14 March 1891

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY, - - MARCH 14 1891 PRICE OF THE DAILY. CITIZEN- One Oopy, One Tear in AdTance, f 10 00 Ooe Copy, Six Months - (00 WEEKLY. Copy, One Year in Advance, - S 00 t ' Vpy, Six Months ... 2 06 :AL NOTICES WILL BE INSERTED AT j 15 eente per line for the first insertion an 10 our per line for each subsequent insertion. I hi AsrzoKi Daily Cmzzx is in its twenty rr rear, and has an extensive circulation trr,ujrhont the territory. Its Associated Pree i irts are full and concise and especial attention naid to territorial news. vBaxspoxDENCE is always welcome bat it on crisp, newsyand to the point. Matters j a perwmm nature are Dt desired, LEGAL ADVERTISING. ?25 per square, flO lines nonpanelj first in"? -r- n. and fl.25 per squire each subsequent in rtion COMMERCIAL ADVERTISING Mi known on Application. -tl KKD AT TBI POSTOIT1CX IS 2D-CLA3S MATT EE W- I VAIL. - - - - Editor. NOTICE. From this date obituary notices, marriages, and births beyond the announcement, meetings of...

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. — 14 March 1891

LOCAL NEWS. Tucson's fair equestriennes were out in full force this morning. Rpnftirs are being made on St. Joeephfs Academy building. E. Bullock has taken charge of the training of O. IL Buckalew's trotting stock. Suit has been tiled with the clerk of the district oturt by W. W. Gillete against School District No. L The morning was consumed in dis trict court today in bearing the case of Orange Noble et a), vs. S. E. Hall et al Mexicans were thronged around the stores in the vicinity of the. 6tation to day. They have received their pay for work clearing track west. President llarrison will pass though Tucson on his way to California on his visit to Senator Stanford. El Paso in tends giving him an ovation. An auction sale of the groceries of n T?Qfiinvi.i who vamosed tffo months ago, short in Lis accounts, was held on Congress street today ana auracveu uou aider-able attention. A party from the east is in the city who makes daily trips to the country for the purpose of gathering you...

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. — 14 March 1891

vVeekly Citizen. SATURDAY, - MARCH 14 1891 LOCAL NEWS- Willow trees are buddirg. A. Hittenger is building a large stone ice house back of his bottling works on Meyer 6treeL Prof. J. Aroneon, the optician, leaves Monday morning for Casa Grande and Piorence. Then he will return to our city. Samuel Boyd is in the city jail, ac cused of stealing money from G. Se cocan's tilL In his shoe was found 81.2.), and he was Beea behind the counter. March promises more than usual in the theatrical line. The dates are Good jear, ElL'h & Schillings Minstrels, March 10; "Two Sisters;" The Stein Co., March 19th and 20th. Harry Drachm an. who is in charge of the ehoe department of L. Zeckendorf fc Co., will go into the grocery business in connection with his brother Mose, on the 15th of this month. Cattlmen report that stock are be ginning to 6hed ther winter coat, and that the yellow flowered plant on which they feed is now in full bloom. Stock men generally report the cattle outlook to Ije good....

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 March 1891

ARIZONA WEEKLY It ' TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY MARCH 21, 1891. VOL. XXI. NO 16 Ha Impsote jour homes by planting out trees BreiXFjss men of Tucson look forward to a prosperous future. The democrats of Georgia don't want the Australian ballot and it has been defeated. Tccsos has every reason to expect a renewed activity in business circles be fore the close of the present year. The council will place itself in a bad light at this 6tage of the game by de feating the Women's Sufferage BilL The Mormons are etill leaving Utah in considerable numbers. It is a case of leaving the country for the country's good. Moke than SGC6.000.000 are invested in electric interests in the United States. The outlook is certainly brilliant if not glaring. Ix a local mention of the Board of Trade yesterday, an error was inserted. There is no connection between that body and the Commercial Ciub. The next house will be democratic. but we can 6afely predict that the time of the republic...

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 March 1891

Weekly Citisen. SATURDAY MARCH 22, 180L PRICE Or THE CITIZEN- DALLY. )um tpy. One Year in Advance, $ii CI Oo Copy, Bix Months - 00 WEEKLY. Copy, One Year ia Advance, mo Copy, Six jlonths ... S 00 2 oe 1 OOAL NOTICES WILL BE INSERTED AT L A 15 cents per line for the fcrt insertion an 10 cents per liie for each eabeeqaent insertion. Tm Akizoka Daily Cf tizex is in iu twenty. 'first year, and has an extensive circulation throughout the territory. Its Associated Tresa reports are full and concise and especial attention ia paid to territorial news. vi:besfoste!ICE is always welcome but it nns crisp, newsy and to the point. Matters of a personal natnre are ot deeired. LEGAL ADVERTISING. f ;,;r per square, 10 lines nonpa.iel first in'ier ion. and f 1.25 per square each subsequent iw trtioc. COiniECCLVL ADVERTISING UU known on Application. r STEREO AT THXPOSTOFF1CX A8 2D-CLA S 8 KATTEB W. L- VAIL. - - - - Editor. -NOTICE. From this date obituary notices, marriages, nd births beyond the anno...

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 March 1891

r.OCAL NEWS. Delinquent tax sales ere lively. The court house lawn is being irri gated. A new roof is being put down on C. T. Wo's store- The Congregational church is eel its annual spring housecleaning. The SanXavier Mission was visited by a number of strangere in the city. Another salecf condemmed govern ment etoves at Ft. Liowell on the 25th At th9 railroad shops work is rather dull at present, but the full force is kept. A young rancher arrived at the borne of Mr. Franco, on Church street a night or two since. F. Maish has sold hay cut on the prairie last summer for $20 a ton at livery stables in this city. Tickets are out for a ball on April 2. They are on 6ale at the drug store, Mansfield's, Drichman's and Black'e. The date of the governor's reception Las not been -set. I he event will proba bly come off for two weeks yet,m at any rate. The next theatrical troupe in Tuc eon is more than a month hence the Hermann Prestidigitarian Co. on April 27th. The hospital is now well filt...

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. — 21 March 1891

VVEEKLY CITI5EN. SATURDAY MARCH 21, 1891. ARTESIAN WATER. A Synoptic of tho Sill Introduced Into the Legislature. Section one authorizes the governor to appoint an "Artesian Commission" in each county, consisting of three mem bers from the first supervisors district or precinct, and one from each of the other two supervisor districts, or from different portions of the county. Po litically the body shall be non partisan and 6erve without pay. Section two authorizes one well in each supervisor district, but not upon any reservation, railroad or fcrant land; be added 821,000 the present year. fw, n - t-JTh land now irrigated amounts to 10,- UU1 "IM"U au "-"" "V " miles of any permanent stream. Lach well must be at least 100 feet deep, and flow not less than 17,500 gallons every 24 hours, for ten days with a minimum diameter of 4 inches. Under section 3 and 4 the commis sioner may appoint persons at designat ed points. For the first 500 feet 1.50 per foot shall be paid, increasing the r...

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. — 28 March 1891

WEEKJL Y V77 VOL. XXI. 'UTSOK, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, TERRITORY, SATURDAY MARCH 23, 1891. NO 17 ONA A The Board of Trade is oq its feet and promises much good. The ex-emption bill means a vast amount of railroad building in the ter ritory in the near future and consequent prosperity. Wilhelm will find that the American hog has bristles. Hiix holds two offices and Cleveland none. Mr. Cleveland wants a new deal Feltos is the new United Stater Sen atorfrom California. He is a capable man and will reflect credit on the 6tate If the business men of Arizona will stand shoulder to shoulder as the press have stood the territory will go ahead with colossus 6tndas. Pkobablt Mr. Samaniego's was'nt aware that Baldwin's Gerrymander bill ignored several thousand Mexicans or he would hot have voted to passed it over the governor's veto Maurice Uealy has accepted Parnell's proposition that they both resign their Beats in tarliament and run again as a test of their popularity. This is evi dently more...

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. — 28 March 1891

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY MARCH 28, 189L PRICE OF THE DAILY. CITIZEN. M C&rj. One Tsar in AdTance. Om Copy, Six Months WEEKLY. Opr. Od Year in AdTance, a Cepy, Bix Mentha $10 00 S 00 S 00 2 W I OCAL NOTICES WILL BE INSERTED AT Lj u cents per line for the first insertion an tD Nad par line for each subsequent insertion. Txb Aszxoxa Daxlt Crnzrx is in ita twenty lnt rear, and haa an extensive circulation throughout the territory. Ita Associated Press report are foil and concise and especial attention a paid to territorial news. GtUHFOKDXwcz ia always welcome bnt it aaat . crisp, newsy and to the point. Matters f a personal nature, are at desired. LE3AL ADYEET1SING. fU3 per aqnare, 10 lines n on pan el first inser tion, and tl? per square each subsequent ir fiction. COK2IEBCIAL ADVEBT18INQ Mad known on Application. aXrZUDATTSXFOSTOmCZS2l-CLA88 HATTEB W.LVAIL. .... Editor. PRACTICAL SCHOOLS. The schools of the world are no longer those in which tne dead languages are taught. They are...

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. — 28 March 1891

LOCAL NEWS. There will be a special meeting of the school trustees this evening. A sale of Lowell property is adver tised for Monday, the 30th. The irrigation pipes in the court house lawn are to be repaired. --The infant child cf Antonio Labor in died yesterday. Age i months. Wild hay in considerable quantites was sold yesterday for 520 a ton. -The squaws from Saa Carlos are now lodged of nights at the county jail, in order that they get no liquor. The smelter employees hare sold the bullion bought by them, to C K. ores. obtaining therefor about &.MX). . Chas. Hildebrand. charged with annovincr a tenant of his, was befort Judge Culver this morning and fined. A little Mexican boy was arrested at 3 this afternoon by officer Johnson for ridinx on a switch engine. He in jaiL A phonograph agent is in the city with the intention of renting one or more of his machines working on the -drop a nickle" principle. The -board of rchool trustees will meet earlv next week. Tbey have held no r...

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