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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 27 June 1874

iiiazr.z v:r;. Wanted.-"- " '"-vj'-; '--ÍJ ' A FIRST-CLASS COOK DESIRES A SIT nation In ;Tucson or; vicinity, " in family, small club, post, rancho or train. Address or inquire: JOHN SPRING, Teacher. Tucson, June 13,1874. 3S-5w ' Lumber and Shingles. ' I AM NOW PREPARED -TO FILL OR ders for A No. 1 Lumber at 12 cents per foot and sningies at iu per mousauu. Orders left with E. N. Fish & Co. will re ceive prompt attention. - . THOMAS GARDNER. Tucson, May 16, 1874. 33-S Tailor Shop- T THE UNDERSIGNED, WOULD LIKE I tnfnrm tho Piihlift that T have ODen- ed'a Tailor Shop on Mesilla street, above Wood's store, wnere i win ue icitujr w w ail Kin as oi . Tailoring, French Steam Scouring, and Repairing of Gents Clothing at the snortestnouce.GEORGE ESSIiINQER December 20, 1873. H-3m. DRUG STORE. - . irrTn f-VTT iPOTn i 'T1 'RV.Ti'TTT ed my salesroom, i,nd increased my stock or DRUGS AND MEDICINES, 1 ..ij 'Qc-oitfnllxr InvTfe the tiublic to call and examine my goods and prices, at THE SIGN...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 4 July 1874

CITIZEN. Vol. IV. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, A. T SATURDAY, JULY 4, I8T4. No. 39. TILE AltlZOIVA. CITIZEN is PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Subscription Rates : 9ne Copy, one year, ... 5500 One Cony, six months - 3 00 Siiurle numbers 25 Advertising Rates: Twelve lines In tins type, one sq. One square, twelve lines, one time S3 00 Each subsequent insertion 1 50 Professional cards, per quarter... 8 00 Plain death notices, free. Obituary re marks in prose, S3 per square; in poetry, $2 50 per line. Business advertisements at Reduced Raises. Office soutli side Court-house Plaza. Authorized Agents for The Citizen ; W. N. Kelly, newsdealer at rrescott, has The Citizen for sale, and has authority to receive and receipt for money due us. I 1. Fisher, 20 and 21 New Merchants' Exchange, is our authorized Agent in San Francisco. Schneider, Grierson & Co Arizona City. E. Irvine & Co Phenix. JOHN W ARSON, Proprietor. R. A. wílbur, M. I)., Tucson ----- Arizona. Office: Cor. Stone andCohvent Stb. J. C...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 4 July 1874

THE CITIZEN. SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1874. Last week, The Citizen gate an ac count of some San Carlos Indians killing a beef and a fine ball belonging to Leo poldo Carrillo, some miles northeast of Camp Lowell, and of Capt. J. M. Hamil ton's pursuit. Some of our citizens thought inasmuch as the Indians were out from the reservation on passes, that the Captain should have arrested tnem all for proper punishment, and this was his own first view of it ; but upon further reflec tion decided it best not to make any ar rests and at once report the facts to the commanding officer at San Carlos. The Captain very soon became convinced that the Indians lied about attacking a party of six Apaches and getting the beef from them, for he had positive evidence that the cattle were not killed until some time after the reported fight and beef capture, and that these same Apaches with a pass to hunt for Chuntz, were the ones who did the killing. The distances between the place of the reported figut and whe...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 4 July 1874

Fresh Yeast. B HEWER'S YEAST FRESH EVERY day at LEVIN'S PARK BREWERY. . I December 13, 1873. tf. French Barter-shop ON ..CONGRESS STREET, IN SHOP forme ly occupied by Sam Bostick. Work will be done In the best and most artistic style at the following reasonable rates: Shaving - - - - 25 cts. Hair Cutting - - - SO hanipouin - - - SO " Hot and Cold Baths - - 5v " Sulphur Baths - - $1.50. JOHN BAKER. Tucson, June 6, 1874. 35-tf THE PAEK EltEWEEY, Foot of Pennington Street, Xuw Opened. finiE UNDERSIGNED WOULD BEG I leave to inform the public that the PARK BREWERY at the place of Levin's original Pioneer Brewery is now titled up after Uie latest and most IMPROVED STYLE, and is prepared to supply liAR ROOMS, SUTLERS, FAMILIES, &c. with a Superior article of Imager Beer, Ale and Porter. Also, will keep at the Brewery a fine as urlment of LUNCHES at all hours. Z. LEVIN. October 18, 1S73. tf. Mcdonald & co Xorwarciliijr 3Iercliants, In Fire Proof Building, Cor. K and Gth Streets, San...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 4 July 1874

Wanted. A FIRST-CLASS COOK DESIRES A SIT' XI. uation in Tucson or vicinity, in family, small club, post, rancho or train. Address or inquire: JOHN SPRING, Teacher. Tucson, June 13,1874. 8G-5w Lumber and Shingles. I AM NOW PREPARED TO FILL OR ders for A No. 1 Lumber at 12 cents per foot and Shingles at $10 per thousand. Orders left with E. N. Fish & Co. will re ceive prompt attention. THOMAS GARDNER. Tucson , May, 16, 1874. 33-Í3 Lessons on the Piano. O TTO VON REICHENBACH IS PRE' pared to give lessons in MUSIC ON THE PIANO. Wis nrofleiencv is ample. For particulars, inquire at The Citizen office. . Tucson. June 27. 1874. 3S-3w Tailor Shop T THE UNDERSIGNED, WOULD LIKE X, to inform the Public that I have open ed a Tailor Shop on Mesuia street, aoove Wood's Store, where I will be ready to do all kinds of Tailoring, French Steam Scouring, nd Repairing of Gents Clothing at the shortest nouce.GE0RGE ESSLINGER. December 20, 1S73. H-3m. DRUG STOEE. . TTAVIÍIO KNIARGED AND REFITT H ed m...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 11 July 1874

.' A i i I ' it ON A OI Vol. IV. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, A. T., SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1874. No. 40. ARIZ A EN lili: AIUZONA CI'JTIZIEIV is PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. suitóCuiPTio.N Kates : 8ne Copy, one year, One Copy, six months Hingle numbers $5 00 3 00 AnvKKTisiNO Rates: Twelve lines in tills typo, one sq. One square, twelve line, one time S3 00 Each subsequent insertion 1 50 Professional cards, per quarter 8 00 Plain death notices, free. Obituary re marks In prose, $3 per square; In poetry, Sz oO per line. Business advertisements at Reduced Rat es. Ullice south side Court-house Plaza. AxrriroRizED agents fok The citizen : W. N. Kelly, newsdealer at Prescott, has The Citizen for sale, and has authority to receive and receipt for money due us. L. P. Fisher, 20 and 21 New Merchants' Exchange, is our authorized Agent in han Francisco. Schneider. Grierson fc Co Arizona City E. Irvine & Co Phenlx. JOHN WAS.SON, Propnrtor. K. A. WILBUR, M. D., Trcso: Arizona Office: Cok. Stone and Convent...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 11 July 1874

THE CITIZEN. SATURDAY, - - - JULY 11, 1874. New Mexico and Colorada. Enabling acts for the admission of New Mexico and Colorado passed the House of Representatives at the Tate session of TJorr. gress but did Tiot pass thé Senate. We are not certain 'whether the Senate voted upon the bills or not; but if not, they may pass that body next session and "become laws this Congress. The prime objection was and Is a want of population iubothTer ritories for a member in Congress. By the last apportionment, a population of 134, 000 Is required for one member in the House -in all existing States, save Oregon and Nevada which never has had that many, and were admitted withont the req uisite number under the old apportion ment which required about 93;(W0. The older States do not object so much to thé Territories having a government of their own, as to the fact that by their admis " slon as States they get two Senators aivd thus more and more destroy an equal rep resentation of the people in the ...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 11 July 1874
Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 11 July 1874
Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 18 July 1874

ONA CI Vol. IV. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, A. T., SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1874. No. 41. AR ZEN '.ruis auiz;o:nw. cvrrs.izi is PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, SCB.SCKIPTION Kates : ue Copy, one year, - - f 5 00 One Copy, six months ... 3 00 Sitióle numbers 25 Advertising Rates: Twelve lines in nils type, one sq. One square, twelve lines, one time S3 00 Each subsequent insertion 1 T0 Professional cards, per quarter 8 00 Plain death notices, free. Obituary re marks in prose, $ per square; in poetry, t'2 50 per line. Business advertisements at Reduced iiates. Otlice south side Court-house Plaza. Authorized Agestts for The citizen : " W. N. Kelly, newsdealer at Presoott, has Tu k Citizen for sale, and has authority to receive and receipt, for money due us, Í. 1". Fisher, 20 and 21 New Merchants' fOxchange, is our authorized Agent in San Francisco. Schneider, Grierson & Co Arizona City. i:. Irvino & Co ..,.Phenix. JOHN WAKSON, Proprietor. j. c. Iian17y, m. n., Tucson, Arizona.- Corner of Church an...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 18 July 1874

r THE CITIZEN. SATURDAY, - JULY 18, 1874. Party Obligations Judge Rush in his remarks In the Court house on Tuesday evening, referred to the duty of citizens politically, and we were. glad that he held to the same doctrine we always have regarding party obligations In the Territories. He regarded a man's political duty higher than party obli (rations or even personal friendship. Ter ritones nave no power to Influence nation al politics; no vote to influence Congress men, nor Presidents or aspiring ones. Ter ritories are very dependent upon the party In power at Washington, yet not havin power to strengthen up that party, it is a matter of little difference to it what polill os!, results aré shown &t Territorial elec tions. It Is reasonable however that a Delegate in sympathy with the ruling ad ministration, should have more influence than one who Is not. A Delegate who should be elected upon a contest made up mostly of opposition to the ruling admin istratlon, would very natural...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 18 July 1874

Fresh Yeast. BRKWER'S YEAST FRESH EVERY day Ht LEVIN'S PARK BREWERY, i Doceniber l.'í, 1873. - tf. French Barber-shop ON CONGRESS STREET, IN SHOP iurnu'ily occupied by Sam Bostlck, Work will bo done in the best and most iirtitie stylo ut the following reasonable ratos: Shaving - - - -25 cts. Hair Cutting - SO Shampooing - - - 50 Hot and Cold Raths - - 50 " Sulphur Haths Tucson, JunpC, 1S74. S1.50. JOHN BAKER. 3-5-tf THE PARK BREWERY, Fool of Pennington Street, Xow Opened. f'yUK UNDERSIGNED WOULD BEG , J leave to inform the public that the PARK BREWERY at the place of Levin's original Pioneer Brewery is now litted up after the latest and most IMPROVED STYLE. aid is prepared to supply BAR ROOMS, SUTLERS, FAMILIES. Ac. with a Superior article of Lager Beer, Ale and Porter. Also, will keep at the Brewery a fine as sortment of LUNCHES at all hours. Z. LEVIN. October IS, 1873. tf. Mcdonald & co Forwanllng Merchants, In Fire Proof Building, Cor. K and 6tli Streets, San Dieg-o, Cal. All...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 18 July 1874

Waited. A FIRST-CLASS COOK DESIRES A SIT- J. uation in Tucson or vicinity, in a family, email club, post, rancho or train. Address or inquire: JOHN SPRING, Teacher. Tucaon, June 13,1874. 36-5w Lumber and Shingles. T AM NOW PREPARED TO FILL OR X ders for A No. 1 Lumber at 12 cents per root and Shingles at sio per tnousana. Orders left with E. N. Fish & Co. will re oeive prompt attention. THOMAS GARDNER. Tucson, May 16, 1874. 33-tf Lessons on the Piano. -vTTO VON REICHENBACH IS PRE J pared to give lessons in . MUSIC ON THE PIANO. TTIo Mvf!lorTr la flmnlft. For particulars, inquire at The Citizen office. Tnraon . June 27. 1874. 38-3w Tailor Shop- T THE UNDERSIGNED, WOULD LIKE I to inform tne r uouc iuai i nave upeu fi'oTonArShnn nn Mesi 1 la. street, above Wood's Store, where I will be ready to do all tinas 01 Tailoring, French Steam Scouring, and Repairing of Gents Clothing at the shortest nouce.oEoi.GE ESSLmGER December 20, 1873. ll-3m. DRUG STORE. . ,rr--n rvT iPRirn A rcn REFTT...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 25 July 1874

.:! xrrir) :i in 1 TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, A. T.,' SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1874. Vol. IV. REDUCING A RESERVATION. Some History Connected with the Efforts of Miners to Procure the Reduction of White Mountain Iud- Ian Reservation to the end that the Territory might Receive the Aid of Capital and Thereby "Be come Prosperous All .of Which the Officers of the Interior De partment at Washington will be Glad to Read, aud will Probably Excite Ecstatic Emotions in the Virtuous Hearts of Indian Agent James E.Roberts and Attorney I C- Hughes. Following are several letters which our local readers will not need be urged to peruse and remember, especially the two irom the honorable and conscientious L. C. Hughes to Charles Lesinsky. They are refreshing in this sultry weather. They induced Mr. Lesinsky to make an open air and round trip ol 600 miles at .considerable cost, but not to pay $5,000 nor any less sum to the powerful clients of the good Hughes, who saye in his first letter "I am fully authorized ...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 25 July 1874

, , ..rr-m- THE CITIZEN. SATURDAY, - JULY 25, 1874. Sonora Items. i. A Guaymas letter of July 11," says ; No rain in Guaymas yet, although other parts oflhe country have been deluged." Mining interests are but little changed "Capt. Samuel jTyler, director of the C'e nea Placer ííiriing Company, "has arrived with some machinery, and intends to im mediately go to work at the noted placer gold mines of be Ciénega. 'The organization of our Sonora railroad company exists in London. Col. Boyle who proposes to work the Santa Rita mines m your Territory, is connected with ft, and I presume you have seen tins articles of association incorporated last an nary 10. The payment ?f tiO.000 monthly by the general rovernment to Sonora, to fight Apaches on the frontier, is stopped ; and text month, 1500 regular troops areer pected to e stationed along the frontier V try their hands nt Indian fighting. : The government of Sonora is fully satis fled with the settlement -ot ae Oro Blanco affair. Gov. P...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 25 July 1874

Si ÍVeftc fiatber-shop ON' GRltSS STREET, IN SHOP romieily occupied by tSam Bostick. Work will be done In the best and most rtl.iio style at the following reasonable rates: ' ' KhaVing - Hair Cutting Shampooing - Tucson, June 6, 1874. - - 25 ctsi - ' JOHN BAItER. WATER DEHVERfcD. Í1HE PÉOPLE OF TUCSON ARE RE- X. uiiuded that -MARTIN TOÜIIEY Delivers Clerr, Fresh Spring Wa- . ter ouce or more a day at a Very Moderate Price. He Is as punctual as a clock, and delivers at hours to suit customers. Cull upon mm tor water ana particulars. innjo-tt E. D. WOOD. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Dealer in G ENERAL M ERCI1 ANDISE, SELLS CHEAP FOR CASH. Tuoon, July 11, 1874. 40-tf DESERT STATION. S7 Miles from Tucson and same from Pi cacho Station, Cha.8. II. Labkrke, - - - - Proprietor. The Table Is always supplied with' an ample variety . of weii-coonea rooa. jvo exaggeration in this. Stage passengers and travelers by mere understand it. ana to them all un acquainted with the fact are respectfully rexerre...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 25 July 1874

Lumber and Shingles. AM NOW PREPARED TO FILL OR JL .deri for A No. 1 Lumber at 12 cents per foot and Shingles at IU per tnousand. Orders left with E. N. Fish & Co. will re eelve prompt attention. - THOMAS GARDNER Tucson, May J6, 1874. ? , . . , : , . . 33tf Tailor Shop- T THE UNDERSIGNED1, WOULD LIKE i to inform, the Public that I nave open' ed a Tailor Shop on Mesi 11a 6treet. above Wood's Store, where I will be ready to do wi Kinasor Tailoring,' French Steam Sconrin?, and Repairing of Gents Clothing at the snortest notice. GEORGE ESS LINGER. December 20, 1873. ll-3m. DRUG STOEE. TTAVTNQ ENLARGED ÁND REFTTT- XX ed my salesroom, . nd increased my stock or DRUGS AND MEDICINES, I would respectfully invite the public to call and examine my goods and prices, at THE SIGN OF THE MORTAR, On Congress street, at my old stand. Will prive prompt attention to compound ing pnysicians prescriptions, ana an or ders from the town Rnd surrounding country. .-i : ujíakliIs ii. aijü x í,ks, Photogr...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 1 August 1874

I Z EN ARIZONA C nn Vol. IV. TUCSON, PIMA COEfNTY, A. T., SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1874.. No.. 43. V IS PUBLISHED KVEHY SATURDAY. KcuscKtrwox Hates : Nno Copy-, one year, One Copy, six ipohUis í ; ií k"H u mbc rs 85 00 3 00 25 Advertising Rates : Twelve lines in tills tree, one so.. Vine, square, twelve lines, one time S3 00 Each siibseijneit insertion 1 50 Professional cards, per quarter 8 00 i 'lain death notices, free. Obituary re marks in prose, j per square; in poetry W per uue. Business advertisements at Reduced it-iies. office- south side Court-house Plaza. ViTnouizED Agents for The Citizen : U V- Iolli- noi.-i.iloo lor nt Prowntt Viae TriK Citizen for sale, and has authority to receive and receipt for money due us. L. P. Fisher. 20 and 21 New Merchants 'Exchange, is our authorized Agent iu San Francisco. Schneider, Grlerson & Co.,Ariona City. E. Irvine 1- Co , Phenix. JOHN WASS0N, Proprietor. j. handy, m. d.. TrcsoN. Arizona. CoRNF.it of Church ani Convent. R. A. WIL.BUR, M. ...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 1 August 1874

THE CITIZEN. SATURDAY, AUGUST l,:S-h. DESERT STATION MURDER. Testimony Before the Coroner's Jury. Last Friday, Coroner Warner proceeded to the place near Desert station where the two men were murdered, as referred to in The Citizen of "last Saturday, and proceeded to hold an inquest over the bodies. The jury was impanneled Juty 'J4, and was composed of Alexander Mc Kcy, Augustus Caballero, W W Ormsby, A . P. Ilerrick, C. G. Jones and William J. Oaborn Alexander McKey being made foreman. Following is the testimonjr. Charles H. Laberee was sworn and tes tified: Yesterday morning, July 23, 1874, at about one o'clock, Mr. Moore came to my station and reported that he was in pursuit of two horse thieves at the request of Mr. Wilson, who had come into his camp about 10 o'clock the previous even ing. Tho said Wilson arrived here about Sve o'clock in the morning after the ar rival of Moore. Wilson had probably been here half an hour when C. A. Paige came in from the Gila. Wilson and Moore i...

Publication Title: Arizona Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona citizen. — 1 August 1874

French Barber-shop N CONGRESS STREET. IN SHOP J formei I y occupied by Sam Bostick. Work will bo done in the best and most ariNtlc style at the following reasonable rutes: Jhaviii - - Z cts. Hair Cutting - w - SO " hauipooin - 5) fold, Hot and Sulphur baths prepared ?o order in neat rooms and with nice ac commodations. JOHN BAKER. Tucson, .luncll, 1S7Í. ;tf-tf WATER DELIVERED:. ÍMIK PEOPLE OF TUCSON ARE RE . minded that MAKTIN TOUII I2Y Delivers Clei : , Fresh Spring1 Wa er once or more a day, at a Very Moderate Price. "lie i.-: aspuuctualas a clock, and delivers At hours tosuit customers. Call upon hiiu or water and particulars. mriJo-tf E. D. WOOD, lyUOLESALE AND RETAIL Iiralcrin (J 1 X E RAL If K R C I A X I)IS E, 1JL si:il.s CHILYP for CASH. Tucson, July 11.JS71. 40-tf DESERT STATION. 17 Miles from Tucson and same from Pi cacho station. "jias. II. Laukuek, - - - - Proprietor. The Table J -a! ways supplied with an ample variety o!" well-cooked food. Xo exaggeration in this. Stage...

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