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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 11 May 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY MAY 11, 18S9, HIS REASONS THEREFOR. Read this, republicans of Phenix, and if you have any shame in you, be ashamed of yourselves; yes, 6tep out your back doors and kick yourselves or get some alfalfa footed fellow to do it for you. One of your most influential business men and a leading democrat, J. W. Evans, real estate, on being asked why he had taken such a prominent part against Royal A. John for surveyor gen eral, replied: "I have no objection to talking about that" "There was a time when I believed these charges, but I have learned 6ome facts since, so that I have now no per sonal reason or knowledge for believing them. I will be candid and tell you why I have been active in obtaining sig natures, and I or my clerk have obtained almost all the prominent republicans of this city." J I know General Johnson to be an ac tive, energetic, influential republican, and I consider that I am justified in breaking down an influential republican any way I can do it...

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. — 11 May 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY MAY 11, 1839 OOR PMpUMS CTTIII8 TAFEEL2 lrrni THE SAN FRANCISCO WEEKLY CALL Meet BIAS per Tear. THE SAN FRANCISCO MORNING CALL -Triee, BQJOO per Tear. am rraxcxi rat 018 8 9-0 rriis ear raixcxsco tout call to a handeoxne el(bt-ic paper. It U 1 Med eray Tnareday, and oontalna all oi Cx Important news of the veck, caucd item every quarter! the (lobe, complete tq to date of publication. It conUliia In tonating tpodil ooueipondcnce from all of tne principal citlca of th.9 world and a vast mount of the teat selected and original Central literatora. It fnrnUhca the latest and moat tellable wwti news and mar set quotation, and clret tpeolii attention to horticultural and agricultural sews, and la la ererr reapect afinVolaai family paper, appeallcc to the Interact el trerj Btmhex thelwaaeholA. THE MORNING CALL. (axTZji rjirsi a wm) Xa a lire metropolitan dally. It has the LARGEST CIECULATIOX and li recognlxed aa being theLXADIKa KXWSPAPEB of the Pacific Coast Either...

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. — 11 May 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY MAY 11, 1889, LOCAL NEWS. Mrs. I. S. Walker and child left on Friday night for California, where she will remain during the warm weather. Lost at Carrilo's Gardens yesterday, a black cotton umbrella. Finder will please leave at the Citizen office. The Clifton Clarion will hereafter be issued on Wednesdays instead of Satur days as heretofore. Hon. IL B. Tenney, for the past month rusticating in California, returned home last evening, looking unusually well and benehtted by his trip. Tucson continues to improve, and the railroad news is most encouraging, the Mammoth mine, it is thought, will be started up in thirty days, and the smel ter is not a totally aeaa proposition. All members of the Ladies Society of the Consrreerational church are urgently requested to be present at the Annual election or ouicers wmcn lanes place to morrow at 2 p. m. Hon. Chas. R. Drake leaves this eve ning on an extensive powder business trm. He expects to visit all the camps in sout...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 18 May 1889

ijtri-i'ftfcfii-tirtiiiK W TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MAY 18 1889. Y0LXV1V. NO Weekly Citizen SATURDAY MAY 18, 1889 The Citizen PMmS hWstai HERBERT BROWN, Editor bad Mansger. Per Year. .$ 3 00 Biz Month. Z Ml 1 00 Three Months. ASVKSTXt?0 EATXS: Ob Square, first in, a ion J 00 OaeSaaare, each sab qnent insertion..... 125 miU I.B THE DAILY: Par Tear Six Month. Fer Month. Fu Week $10 00 5 00 160 OFFICE: Comer Congress and Church Streets & Maiden Lane and Church Street. Samuel, Bkaknan, a California Pioneer and well known hereabouts, died in Es- condido. Lower California on the 6th inst Mr. Brannan was . a remarkable man and ' lias left the impress of his genius on the Pacific Coast. Unfortu nately his old age was not passed with that wealth and comfort to which he was entitled. -Thi meat inspection law which recent ly went into effect in New Mexico is not without its drawbacks to meat con sumers. The butchers of Albuquerque have formed a cembine and raised th...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 18 May 1889

r Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY MAY 18, 1889, Secretary Noble says the New Mexi can, is evidently a good lawyer and pos sessed of a keen sense of justice and equity. He gives a broad and common ense construction to the timber culture law in bis late decision in the case of James Hair, of Kirwin, Kan. He has reversed the policy that has prevailed in the department for some years past. On the land claimed by Hair under the tim ber law it was shown that there were prior to his entry six cottonwood trees. Heretofore it has been held that number of trees on a claim constituted timber in sufficient quantities to preclude entry under the law. Secretary Noble says the intent of congress in the passage of the act was to encourage the artificial growth of timber in a prairie country. It well known that in prairie regions a few scattering trees are found in ravines, and congress certainly did not intend to xclude every tract of that kind from the timber culture law.- The ruling is a good and fair o...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 18 May 1889

raSWfrjlrVC hlUfa'tli4W'lia. Weekly Citizen; SATURDAY MAY 18, i839, BREVITY. The weather is getting hot. The Tucson public schools will close on the 21th. nDorrt forget to drink vichy. For sale at Dr. Martina drug store. Governor Wolfley arrived from Phe- mx last night and was greeting friends to-day. Mr. J. V. Rhodes, of the firm of Sikes Jb Rhodes, and Calabasaa, was in the city to-day. There was a dance at Levin's Park last night where a general rood tune was had. Clerk J. H. Martin and wife returned from Phenix last night, where they had been visiting for a few days. Wm. Reid, of the opera house, was re ported sick this morning, lie suffered all last night with vomiting. Jimmie Brown sells beer so cold that a man can wear a coat comfortably all day after drinking a glass of it Try it. Gen. Clark Churchill, came in yester day evening. He left on the night train for California, where he goes on private business. Mr. J. P. Firrill, representing the well known Graham Paper company, ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 18 May 1889

Weekly Citizen SATURDAY MAY 18, 1889 BREVITY. Major Wham is 6hort!y expected home. To day may justly be characterized as being windy and disagreeaoie. For pure unadultrated drugs and care- fnllv nnnarftd nrescriotions CO to Dr. Geo. Martins. If Hon. M. P. Freeman can be in dud to accoDt the position, he would make an admirable school trustee. There is a rumor on the streets to the effect that the struggle for the Post mastershin of Tucson is to bo settled within the next few days. Willie Sutherland, brother to Mrs. Herbert Brown, and Mrs. K. Seeley, died at his home in Santa Barbara, yesterday, aged 17 years. At the comine school election, two trustees are to be chosen. Let the citi zens interested get together and select two good men and then work unitedly for their election. Persons wishing to improve their memories or strengthen their power of attention should send to Prof. Loisette, Fifth avenue, X. Y., for his prospectus post free, aa advertised in another column. Hon. M. P. an...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 25 May 1889

r WEEKLY GIT 5 TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MAY 25 1889. V0LXV1V. NO 26 v. Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY MAY 25, 1889 Kb Citizen YMsil PrtMiBi HERBERT B.ROWN, Editor and Manager. Par Year. .$ 8 00 .3 00 100 Six Months. Taxaa Months. ADVK2TX 4 . O KATK8: One Souara. feat ins r ion 200 OneBaoare, each sab quent insertion..... 125 IUH1 ft B THX DAILY: Par Tear. Six Months.. Par Month.. Par Waak $10 00 5 00 , 1 60 OFFICE : Corner Congress and Church Streets & Maiden Lane and Church Street, The democratic officials will have lots of time to go picknicking before they draw their salaries. Jcdgi Portor's decision in the Treas urers case will make the official life of the Democratic hangers-on a burden to them. Some of the democratic bosses will nowjtake a back seat for a time. .Political bossism is a failure in American politics, outside of large cities. Gazette. A most unkind cut at Zulick et al There is nothing small about Edison. He has begun suit against Boston par 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. — 25 May 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY MAY 25, 1839, WE AWAIT THANKS. As a public servant we believe it is our right antTour duty to criticise, in a respectful manner, even the decisions of the courts, and if we honestly and cor rectly criticise, the judges will, if they are honest, thank us for so doing. In. the case of South vs. Foster, in speaking of the Fifteenth legislature, the Judge says: "Any law passed by the Legislature after the expiration ot 6ixty days are null, unless Congress act upon them and make them valid." Yet, in speaking of past Legislatures, he says: One session of Congress has passed since 6uch submission, and there being no adverse action, the Review Code as an entirety is the law of the land." The opinion shows and the facts are that (with the exception that Congress has held one session without action) most of our Review Code and other laws of our Territory are in the exact condi tion with the laws passed by the Fif teenth Legislature, after the 6ixty days expired. ' - 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. — 25 May 1889

Weekly Citizen, SATURDAY MAY 25, 1880. BREVITY. Drink richy. Mr. Otto Davis, of Wilcox is in the city. Jag. S. Moeck and Geo. B. Lovering, of 1 Paso, are in tbe city. Mr. Win. Picket, of the Bonanza com tany. came in last night from Sonora where he has been examing some min ing properties. Mr. Wm. M. Edwardy. who was with Captain Lawton in the chase and final capture of Geronimo, is in Graham county, supposed to be looking up the robbery. Chas. F. Hoff has been to Bowie, where he sold two of his celebrated Aermotor windmills. He reports e ery thing lovely and crops immence on the upper Uila. On June 18th takes place the grand double drawing of $600,000 capital prize; end in you orders promptly; great de mand for them this month. S. IL Drachman sole agent, Tucson, A. T. Persons wishing to improve their memories or strengthen their power attention should send to Prof. Loisette, Fifth avenue, X. Y., for his prospectus post free, as advertised in another column. The memorial services to...

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. — 25 May 1889

Weekly Citizen SATURDAY MAY 25, 1889 BREVITY. For the best hay and grain at reason able prices, go to J. Ivancovich. mt, has become of the proposition to celebrate the coming 4th of July in Tucson? Furniture dealers are having a good trade in cots. The season for sleeping out doors has arrived. Many improvements have been made during the last six months on Convent, Meyer and iessuia sireei. iura growing. The G. A. K. will turn out in a body -m TiPTt Sundav evening to listen to memorial sermon by Rev. 1L Hammond Cole at the Congregational churcn. A rauest has been made by the com mittee of arrangements for the military band and a firing troop, to take part in the exercises inaugurated for Memorial day in Tucson by Negley rost, u. A. i A ladv of Tucson upper ten remark d recently that she would as soon mar ry an Indian as a man who does not mnU Sam Drackman's ciirars. We think the lady is correct in her remarks. Col. Durr is having a number of new signs painted on the side of his plac...

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 June 1889

WEEKLY CIT IZE VOLXVIV. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY JUNE 1 1839. NO 27 Weekly Citizen, SATURDAY JUNE 1, 1889 .HERBERT B.K O W Editor aad Manager. Per Yr Biz Month .$ S 00 - 2 W Three Months. 1 00 ADVEKTI i - O KATES: On ftquara, tint ins - ion. Onetjioare,aaheab quant insertion- 200 129 Ttt.ua Tl s thk dailt: Per Tear Six Moo'Jie. Per Mouth. Far Week 110 00 500 , ISO OFFICE: Corner "Congress and Church Streets & Maiden Lane and Church Street. OFFICAIt STATUS. That the "public may fully under stand the exact status of the flimsy claim by which Zulicks hungry gang are try ing to hold on, were herewith explain the situation: ; . . I The laws of the United States for Ter ritories and the law of the Territory quire that all appointments shall be made by and with the advice of the Legislative Council as the full and complete appoint ment to office. There is not a single official in the Ter ritory holding such an appointment from Governor Zulick, except holding on ...

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 June 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY JUNE 1, 1389, WHAT CAN BE DONE. We marvel much that the Tucson and Globe railroad should bo long remain an unrealized fact, considering the bright "promise of a magnificent return upon the necessary outlay that would imme diately follow the opening up of one of the richest mineral and agricultural sec tions there is in Arizona. An investi gation of the almostjcountless resources , of the country contigious to said railroad will more than suffice to convince - intelligent man of the value of a railroad : -in the direction indicated. A road run- to Globe. wilL we un ill- hesitatingly assert, open up a richer and " 'more fruitful country than any other line of like length now operating or can : be built in any of the newly settled por- t ; tions of the United States. The cost of ' construction between Tucson and the Gila river, sixty-two miles, would be comparatively 6malL thence ;t to Globe more difficulties and compli- . cations would be presented but they ar...

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 June 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY JUNE 1, 1889. : WEEKLY CALL - - Vrlrr, 'tlJ!.t ir Vr. - o -! '" THE SAN FRANCISCO H MORNING CALL ' J ''" frier, SO.OO per Ver, IL - G18 3.9.0 rpnr ran jtunctsco wtekly cku ' ' - j a h.mfiome eight-pat? rKr '? . t Amrd every TLrirsJsT, an 1 contains ' Che "lmTOiluit new ot the wet-., cleaned tiom every quarter of Uio globe, complete trj. u date of publication. It contain lu . - terestlng eecul correspondence from all of V -the principal cities of the world and a vast "am.mutof tl test selected and original general literature. U furnishes tho latest ad roost reliable Cuandal news and mar ket quotations, and gives special attention to horticultural and asricultoral uews. and -Ui4 emr respect a BjiVcUm taaily paper, - appealing to ths Interest el ?erj xseiabw ,. f the liouaehold. t.ri ' . V THE MORNING CALL. ;l '2" csxti issraa a wxx) i U a lire metropolitan dany. It hai lbs i laiiGESTCincULATlONaadlirecocalxed ? as bc'.nj the LEADING. NEWSPAPER of ths l-aclnc C...

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. — 1 June 1889

Weekly Citizen SATURDAY JUNE 1, 1839 BREVITY. Chas. Mehan, of Nogales, is in the city, Some of the sidewalks in Tucson are getting ragged and should be taken up and new ones put down. A new matting has been put down .in the court house halls, and it adds much to the appearance of the place. Meyer street is the cleanest street in Tucson, and this reflects credit on the business men of that thoroughfare. Mr. E. B. Stanselle is in the city ar ranging for the appearence in this city next week of the "Modern Miracles" at the opera house. The examination of Cyclono Bill came up again tnis morning ana was continued to Friday the 31st, on motion of the defendant s council. Business houses close to-morrow morning during the outdoor exercises in honor of the soldiers dead, so that ev erybody may attend who desire. Let everybody be prompt to-morrow morning and join the procession, lne start will be made at 8 o'clock, so the out door exercises may be concluded be fore the heat becomes troubleso...

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 June 1889

nn VOL XVI V. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY JUNE 8 1889. NO 28 CI TOM -L A W o Weekly Citizen, SATURDAY JUNE 8, 1889 lie Citizen Frntlsri Fcllislifls UEBBEBT B K O W N, Editor aad Manager. Per Tear. 00 , 2 00 . 1 00 8 ix Months. Three loathe adtkxti ; a sates: One Square, first ins ion OneSaove, each eat auent insertion..... 2001 123 TKKX9 Fi B TEX DAILT: Per Tear Six Month. Per Month. Per Week $10 00 l w OFFICE; Corner Congress and Church Streets & Maiden Lane and Church Street EZPORTS AND IMPORTS. The following paragraphs taken from the May report of the statistician of the department of agriculture, conveys the following curious but. authentic infor mation on the products, consumption, exports and imports of Europe and the United States of the enumerated grains, vegetables and provisions: "Uariey, only two European conn- tries import as much as the Unitad States. The deficiency of Great Britain is the greater part of the aggregate, and the continental count...

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 June 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY JUNE ,1889, WHAT A NORTH AND ROAD CAN DO. SOUTH The Citizen has upon several occas ions, called the attention of capitalists to the rich and inexhau stable resources of the country through which a railroad would pass if built from Tucson, or ra ther from Nogales via Tucson, to intersection -with the Mineral Belt road now completed to a point 35 miles south of the Atlantic and Pacific. We have, however, but incidentally alluded to the great source of wealth and profit that would Burelv wait unon the build era of the road from the moment of its completion between the designated points, and that is the great unbroken forest of timber that covers an aggre gate area of nearly ten thousand square miles. As a virgin belt of timber it to-dav almost without paralell in the United States. Mr. John O'Doughert; who has traveled extensively in that di rection, states that so large are the trees and so dense their growth, that it possible to ride all day and not see the s...

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 June 1889

7 Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY JUNE 8, 1889 BREVITY. Mr, Louis Ezekiels of the Mammoth, is at the Cosinoponian. Drink vichy at Dr. Martin's drug store. It will cio you gooa. Mr. J. J. Slack left last night for Wash ington Territory where he will make hn future home. Tha -liminarv examination in the Wham robbery cases will come up again to-morrow. Mr. J. IL Lengmaid, superintendent of the Carlisle, New Mexico, mine was in Tucson reste mar. OKaman hare open a Ealivin on Merer street, south of the L X. L. store. A now eirtawalk is beinr built in front r.f Dr. Martin' drusr store. Let the good work go on. "Hon. W. E. Guild, of Florence, is re ported to be a canditate for surveyor general oi the territory. Mr. Frank Miltenberg says he never saw collections so poor 6ince he has been in business in Tucson. nMr. P. S. Hughes, of the late firm of S J. TTntrhM Jt. Sons, will remain as clerk for Mr. Hoff in the Tucson Cash Store. Tha rfmnivu: in th raffle for a shotcru have all been taken and it w...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 8 June 1889

Weekly Citizen SATURDAY JUNE ,1889; wrra THE SAN FRANCISCO WEEKLY CALL Price, 81X5 per Year. cm THE SAN FRANCISCO1 MORNING CALL JTrXee, 0.OO per Tear as rir kicks rca G18 8 O-O fpHE BAN FRANCISCO WEEKLY CAU A ti a handsome eight-pare paper. II 18 ,v oed every ThursOsy, m i contains all ol the Important ncwa ol the week, cleaned boa every quarter of tho globe, complete cp to date ol publication. It contain In teresting epecuU correspondence Iron allot the principal cltlea of the world and a vast mount ot the best selected and original general Literature. Jt furnishes the latest and xacst rcilabla financial newa and mar ket quotations, and gives special attention to horticultural and agricuHaraJ newa, and li in every respect a flnt-ciaai UicUy paper, appealing tu the taterttt c! enry xncrsbei ol the uouaehold. THE MORNING CALL. (ktm mess a wxxt) 1 a lira metropolitan dally. It has tha LA ItC EST CI HCCLATION and ti recognised as beiug the LEADING NlYSrAPERof the i-aclUc Count Either o...

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 June 1889

w CITIZEN. .Id Hi Jl VOL XVJV. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY JUNE 15 1889. NO 29 Weekly Citizen SATURDAY JUNE 15, 18S9, Tie Citizen Pratiiiii ftlMn H E K R K K T BKOWK, Idltur and Manager. Pec Year Biz Month. .S 3 00 2 0 1 00 T&tm Hootha. ADVKBTX ' O SATKS: On Square, first in ioa.... .......... OneSquaxe, each sab . a aeot insertion.. f&M9 f' B THK DAILT: 200 12S Par Tear. $10 00 fix Month. 5 00 1 6V Par Month. Par Week.. OFFICE : Corner Congress and Church Streets & Maiden Lane and Church Street THE SUKV.LYOR GENERALSHIP There are many candidates for the office of Surveyor General of Arizona, several of whom are gentlemen of the highest respectability, any one of whom if appointed, would fill the office accepta bly, but, in the opinion of the Citizen Royal A. Johnson is the party to whom the appointment should go. Arizona has no better citizen, and the Republi can party no more devoted adherent. His loyalty to the interests - of the territory and his...

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