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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 15 June 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY JUNE 15, 18S9 THE MINERAL PRODUCT. A report oa the mineral products of the United States, by the division of mining statistic and technology, of which David T. Day is chief, gives the following summonary of the total value of mineral procuced in the United States for 1SSS: The total value of the minerals pro duced in 1888 was $501,(359,931. It recognized that this is the sum of the values of substances taken in various stages of manufacture and hence not strictly comparable with each other still it is the most valuable means for comparing the total products of differ cut years. The result is an increase of nearly $50,000,000 beyond the value of the product in 1887. In that vear near ly every mineral industry showed an in crease, and hence an increased total was evident. But the fact that the increase was so very large was due to rather ex ceptional conditions in a few important industries, and it could not reasonably le expected that a simiiar combination 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. — 15 June 1889

Weekly Citizen SATURDAY JUNE 15, 1SS9, BREVITY. and Mr. Roche left last night for San Francisco. They will be absent about ten days. Gvmnastic exercises, sweet music and trmA iwcr at thA rark to-nkrht. The beer must be paid for but everytking else is free. The press of Mexico is coming gener ously forward and is urging that collec tions be taken up for the Johnstowi sufferers. Mr. George S. Bates of the Gunsight ramn rptiirnril homo vesterdav. "He says this is a wonderful year so far as grass and fat cattle are concerned. Of t.hfl two school trustors to be elect ed on the 23th insL, one is for the short term of one year, the other lor the ion term of 3 years. Th encineer of Dr. Martin's vich' fountain runs double shift during the present hot weather. Vichy is the lest hot weather drink in the wonu. "au and sample it. " - Mr. Carlos Tully now engaged in making a census of the school children states than when eomrleteled the list will be found to contain nearly 13C0 school childen. Mr...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 15 June 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY JUNE 15, 1889 BREVITY. Hon. Brewster Cameron came in from the San Rafael last night. Judge Meyer paralyzed two drunks with tha costs this morning. Another lot of wall paper just receiv ed and more coming, at Sweetlands. i Mr. John Dessart, a well-known and popular .Nogales merchant is at the Cos mopolitan. The Mandamus case against the Gov ernor came up for a hearing in Phenix to-day. Territorial school superintendent Cheney returned Thursday from an ex tended business trip to Colorado. Tucson is well supplied with Chinese restaurants seven now being in opera tion. The Chinaman is a hustler. Dr. L. A. Kengla, well-known here, is practicing medicine in San Francisco. His office is 1303 Polk street Hon. Chas M. Strauss, who has been quite seriously ill is reported to be slow ly convalesing. ' Prof. L. A. Hicks of Yuma county is il- . .Ajr i r 1 in the city attending to business before the land office. Hon. Ben Goodrich returned to Phe nix Saturday night to arg...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 22 June 1889

WEEKLY CITIZEN. TOL XVI V. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY JUNE 22 1889. NO 30 Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY JUNE 22, 1889, lie Citizen PnitoS PiKislun UEBKEBT BKOWX, JLditor aad fflaaacer. Pm Yaar. Six Mootha. Ihraa Moatha. - AOTUTX Q KATKS: On Square, first ina ion............. On Square, ench sab aantinaertion. TCBK F B THX DAIXT: Par Taar. Six Montha. Par MonLA. Par Week .$ 3 00 . 2 (0 1 00 200 123 $10 00 3 00 1 60 OFFICE : Corner Congress and Church Streets & Maiden Lane and Church Street. There baa been fourteen federal off! ciala removed, and their successors ap pointed, within the last two months in XfarimiTA clean iweec would hare maU Roma time since but for the Pointed, on the expiration of recess com j;.mRnt nmr tA claim- I missions that expired at the end of the PAST AND PRESENT. When Governor Zulick came into of fice all the offices were filled by officers who had been nominated and confirmed dv me legislative Uouncil montns pre vioua. Right of removal e...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 22 June 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY JUNE 22, 18S9, RETURN OF THE APACHES. We have it on undoubted authority that the Apache Indiana, now at Mount Vernon Barracks, Alabama, are shortly to be returned to the San Carlos Reser vation. These Indians, as the citizens of Arizona know with sorrow, include the famous renegades Juh, Naches, Jeronimo and many others of like mur derous and destructive tendencies. When three years aco, these lawless cut throats subjugatedjand hustled out of the territory, the entire country felt as though a great burden had-Ueen lifted from their lives and that a new era, an era of peace had dawned on Arizona. They no longer went to the plow with their rifles in their hands nor doubted the safety of their homes and loved ones till their return, but the scene is to be shifted, the Indians are to be returned to their former haunts, the peace and prosperity of the country are to be un done and the ominous shadow of the dread Apache will sit a menace by the side of . eTery iso...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 22 June 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY JUNE 22, 1889 BREVITY. Two bands have kindly volunteered to perform at the park to-night. The amount raised will go towards the re lief of the Johnstown and Seattle suffer ers. Tickets of admission only fifty cents, ladies and children free. It was reported on the streets to-day that a Mexican prophet (unknown in his own land) has predicted an earthquake lor to-morrow. Tue cuances are inai it don't happen to-morrow, it will the inevitable man an a. itr. William Tapia, a pood man, and old resident or. Tucson, reiuruea iabi nLrhtfrom a visit to la belle France, where for the past year he has been v itino r1 at iron and friend. The trip ha nntivft land armaurd to have done him much good as he has ttoshened up considerably. His friends are pleased see him back. When you desire a pleasant physic one that will cleanse your system and give you the clear headiuess and buoyance or youth, try St. Tatncks JJiia.. -iney am tiA mnat nlA&sa.nt cathartic pills in use, ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 22 June 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY JUNE 22, 1889 Pete Gabriel, ex-sheriff of Pinal Coun- y is in the city. The Zeckendorf base ballist got away with he "kids" in a five to four game yesterday. The Reymert Mining Company have Tnaxta nnnlications for natenta for 13 mines and 13 mill sites. Walter J. Davis, collector of internal revenue, returned yesterday from a ten days visit to Xogales. . In Harper's Magazine for July Lafca dio Hearn will limn a sketch of Des Portouses" nhe women who bear bur dens" in Martinique. Mr. Geo. Kelly of the Citizen is in the country soliciting subscriptions and col lecting bills. Any favors extended to him will be duly appreciated by the management of this paper. The Papagos and Mexican are bring ing in a great deal of new wheat for sale. A portion of it is bought by our . general merchants but the great bulk of it goes to the Eagle Flouring Mils. Mr. Chas. Metcalf, night hostler at the round house leaves to-night for San Francisco to take unto himself a wife. He e...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 29 June 1889

o ARIZONA WEEKLY CI 7 AT VOL XVI V. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY JUXE 29 1889. NO 31 Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY JUNE 20, 1SS9 tlistei ftkMik IVoMue u i: n HKKT ii :: o v N. itiitor a i1 Manager. Per Year 3 00 Six Months . 2 mi Three Month I U! advekti a uates: One Sqnure. first ins ion 200 OneSqcar, HCttBut Quant insertion..-.. 125 fr BUS K THK DAI LI: OFFICE : Corner Congress and Church Streets & Maiden Lane and Church Street. A GOOD PROPOSITION. In conversation with Governor Wol fley last Monday, we were informed by him, that he intended asking Congress to authorize the funding of all bonded indebtedness in the Territory bv the issue of Territorial bonds to run fortv or fifty years, before being redeemable aid that the counties and towns would be authorized to borrow from the Terri tory for the redemption of all county, tiwns or city bonds or outstanding debts, The governor has been advised that bond o the above description could bs nego tiated for and at a r...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 29 June 1889

L Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY JUNE 29, 1883. ' THE OFFICER AND THE SOLDIER . Durirs the past dozen years or more desertion from the regular army has been frequent There are now indeed about 40,000 deserters hiding away in this country or tramping about in other lands. The suggestion has been made that President Harrison amnesty the 40,000 and that pomethingbe done to prevent desertion in the future. All this haa inspired some newspaper writers to comment upon -the wrongs which the private soldier is called to endure under the officers of the army." The officers can indeed do considerable to irritate .A -rnasnerate the private soldier. But artiipr must in any event submit to ,i;inline and to a life of wearisome routine, Hs must pass most of his time r m-Aarr frontier nosts. He must oc casionally chase the agile Apache over the mountains. There is no wa i -U;s.h lira mn made to him a contin uing mcnic or a steady round of social . revelry. . .mis fault-finding, ttftty tyranny and arrogan...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly citizen. — 29 June 1889

Weekly Citizen SATURDAY JUNE 29, 1839 BREVITY. Tucson people consume large quanti ties of fruit, and the dealers are having a good trade. The ladies of the Episcopal church are arranging for a grand ice cream festival on the night of the Fourth. Hon. Brewster Cameron, accompanied bv his daughter. Miss. Nellie, left last night for the San Rafael ranch. Plenty of new goods are received dailv by Tucson merchants. This does not show a desperate case of hard times.' Only one civil case h.-s come before J ustice Meyers this month, i his is evi dence of the harmony that exists in the community. Messrs. Maish & Driscoll are shipping cattle to Unlirornia. xhey made one shipment to-day and another lot will fol low in a few days. It is reported that the Junior Pio neers will take in hand the matter of celebrating the Fourth. "Boss" Levin has tendered the use of the park. School election on Saturday. It looks like it would be very quiet, but you cant always tell what an election will bring ...

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. — 29 June 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY JUNE 29, 1889, BREVITY. The thermometer 6tood at 11 4 3e frees at Casa Grande on Saturday. The west-bound passenger train was four hours late this morning: caused by washouts. Hon. Brewster Cameron leaves this evening for the San Rafael ranch, where he will remain for two weeKs. Col Durr received a car load of whis key on Saturday last He keeps a large tock of liquors'of all kinds. Give him a calL fra A f Vru-tnn. mother of Mrs. C A. Shibell left this morning for her home in San Francisno, after a visit oi 6ix months in the old pueblo. Mrs. J. C. Perry left on the train knnnil wostt. this moraine for San Fran cesco where 6he goes to join her hus band and to reside for tne summer. ff M. F. Shaw and Under sheriff AL Bernard both went east last night on the train. .Mr. bhaw went to .New Mei ico and Mr. Bernard stopped at Benson returning home last night. Great preparations are being made for the celebration of the Fourth of July at Casa Grande. It will consist ...

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. — 13 July 1889

ARIZONA 17 Til 1 vi 11 A 1 iLY CI W VOL XVIV. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY JULY 13 1389. NO 33 Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY JULY 13, 1839, IteCiffiEn PiMmS PiMislini HERBERT BKOWX, - Editor and Slan&ger. Per Yew. .$3 00 Bix Months. Z W 1 00 Three Month. ADVCBTI t a iutu: One Square, firatina : ion.... One Square, each tub guent insertion. 200 125 TEBXS F B TEX DAILY: Per Year Hix Months. Per Month Per Week $10 00 5 UU 1 50 OFFICE: Corner Congress and Church Streets & Maiden Lane and Chu rch Street A FAULTY RULING. The act of Congress approved March 3, 1SS3, decrees that this duty shall be levied upon certain foreign products "Lead ore and lead dross, one and onv half cent per pound." Under this protection and by reason of it the development of American lead mines has progressed marvelously. Be fore American ores were protected ve imported all our lead and paid so high a price for it as to place it out of the reach of all but wealthy householders who desired p...

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. — 13 July 1889

,y Citizen. Y JULY 13, 1339, ; : THE GLOBE WAGON KOAJJ. TL.n .,M5Mt, hnnn iw iuewiiF"-""- v.hen the contemplated road from Tuc s ?u to San Carlos is built, a road from Giobe will connect The hope is already r alizeJL The road from Globe to where it will connect with the main turnpike cannot, be improved by the expenditure of money or engineering talent. Nature has done the work. s The Citizen, despairing of the build ing of a railroad between Tucson and Globe, urges the construction of a wagon road on the line surveyed by Capt. Wiltimore. We would like to see the road made, but as Tucson would be the chief gainer, her merchants should take the initiative and come forward with some definite proposition. We are not authorized to make any promises on behalf of Globe, but believe that our people will be found willing to aid the project. Bolt. As the Belt says the citizens of Tuc son must make the first move. They must show to the people of Globe that they mean business, and business mea...

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. — 13 July 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY JULY 13, 1889 3KEVTTY. Dr. Martin has a drug store that is a credit to Tucson. Several Btrasrclinff Indians of the loner haired kind were loafing on the streets to-day. Apache Lodpe No. 8, A. O. U. W. will meet to-niffht. The new officers will bo installed. One of the denizens on Maiden Lr.ne was arrested yesterday for loafing on the sidewalk. The Tucson freight trucks were busy to-day hauling goods from the depot to the stores. Miss Lulu Underwood returned last night from Fort Grant where she has been visiting friends. .Mr. and Mrs. li. J. bowers came in yesterday from Quijotoa and are stop ping at the (Josinopohtan hoteL Mra. A. James left Sunday night for Coronado Beach, California, where she will spend the remainder of the summer mi. jonn iJerrycian a as sold nig rest dence on the corner of bimpson 6treet and Stone Avenue to Mr. George W Bent- John. L. Sullivan 6ays he dont want the Police Gazette Belt, but has order ed a box of the famous Key West cigar...

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. — 13 July 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY JULY 13, 1889 BREVITY. Several arrests were made by the police on Saturday night. Mrs. Nicholson, returned yesterday evening from California, and was met at the train by numerous friends. A Mexican with a wacron load of melons broke a wheel in front of the Cosmopolitan hotel this morning "Irish Kate" a well-known Maiden Lane denizen was arrested yesterday on a charge of robbing a man of G.OO. The Arizona Lottery Company has now been in operation one week and the managers report a satisfactory business. Five vags were locked up on Saturday night and held until tbis morning wnen Judge Meyer ordered them to leave town poco pronto. Mr. and Mrs. James Tallmadg are ummering in California. Their pres ent address is No. li Ash St, Los geles. An Mr Phss. Marshal was on the street vreterdav for the first time since J une 21, having been oonhnea with a broken leg. to Lis room - The Citizen always brings the first news of all important events. Itead our dispatches for f...

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. — 20 July 1889

a 'a. A TTTTTi pthpt" V .11 . 11 . Jl A w Hi A VOLXVIV. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY JULY 20 1889. NO U Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY JULY 20, 1S89 " HeCito -PrntoS fiium HEBBEBT BUOffN, Editor and ttsnager. Par Yr ; eix Uonttta. Totm Month. ADVEBTXl- O EATXS: OnsSqusr. tlrst ina t ion ............ OaaSqcare,aohaub guent lOMrtiaa... TCKX3 r- S TRZ DAILY: Par Taar . Par Monti. Par Wak . s 00 3 w 1 00 200 12S ,$10 00 5 W 1 5U OFFICE: Corner Congress and Church Streets & Maiden Lane and Chu rch Street Sats Bradstreet's in its last issue: An illustration of the way in . which barriers are be in? broken down and re; lations widened in the modern world is to be seen in the circumstances at tending the stay in England of (the American engineers on their way to the Paris exposition. An address of welcome was presented to them at .the institute of civil engineers by the presi dent of that body, acting in behalf of it, and . of similar organizations in Eng land. The America...

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. — 20 July 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY JULY 20, 1S39, ARIZONA'S FINANCIAL SITUA- iV ; TION. the average reader reflecting the oien letter of Gov. Wolfley publish ' ed in last nights Citizek, it will be pretty evident before the end is reached some thing nill be likely to fall in Territorial matters that will not be particularly pleasant to ex-Governor Zulick and his official family. It has long been known that matters annert&ininc- to the Territory have been conducted with a loose and lavish hand . but the citizens of this territory did not for a moment anticipate such a finan cial showing as made by Governor Wol fley's expose of yesterday. The best element of the Democratic party have . evinced as much astonishment at the de- irradincr exhibition a small bunch of Territorial officials have made of them elves, as the Republicans, but when . they study the financial exhibit when it is finally made public in detail, they will not fail to understand the true reason of the desperate fight made by...

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. — 20 July 1889

rta3s9awj Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY JULY 20, 18S9, BREVITY. Judge J. D, Reymert and CoL Allison left this morning for the Ceo. niert mining camp. The local sports are ehooting large numbers of birds in the vicinity of Tuc son. Mostly doves. The hotter the day the colder the vichy at Dr. Martin's druff store. It is a drink without an equal. ; . The Globe road promises to take like wild fire with the people of 'lucson. A good beginning has been made. It looked verv much like rain this morning and heavy showers were falling in the direction of Pantano. But little fell here and the day was very warn. There was a rood crowd at Levin's Park on Saturday night to listen to the splendid music Ihe free evening con certs at the park are becoming very popular. The passenger train going west this morning was four hours late, having been delayed by a broken down engine on a freight train. The pilot was broken off the damaged engine. The county board of equalization was to-day performing a disagree...

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. — 20 July 1889

Weekly Citizen. SATURDAY JULY 20, 1S3D BREVITY. Free concert to night atLexin's Park. The Globe wagon road ia an assured fact.. The mosquito is becoming trouble some. Apache Lodgo No. 8, A. O. U. W. will meet to-night at the opera nouso naii. M- A1T McKaT.of Oracle, came yesterday and left last night for Phe- nix. Every body goes to Lerins Park. The free concert to-night, promises to be es pecially good- Tlr Martin knows what is crood for mankind and he never allows- his vichy fountain to run dry. Slugger Sullivan has ordered another box of Sam Dracbman s cigars, whicn ne will eraoke while in jail. Governor Wolflev arrived yesterday evening. lie is in poor health and will remain here for several days. Mr. O. F. Schumacher has recently made some valuable improvements on his residence lot on Alameda street. Mr rfolna Hoffman, of the San Pe dro country, near Mammoth, was in the city to day on business in tne iana 01 fice. Business is reported fair with Hughes, Stevens &, Co. They 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. — 27 July 1889

ARIZONA WEEKLY CITIZEN. TUCSON, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY JULY 27 1889. TOLXVIV. NO 35 Weekly Citizen. ft aiURDAY JULY 27, 1839 fie nitiza Frintmi & FilMin? UCKll K U T K II o W X, ll;';r id MLimasrer. Per Tear. .$ 3 ro Bix MoP!r.- Three Kcr.h -110 XVIBTI 6 RATfcS; Onetxj fc rutins ion auit insertion.... 200 125 tAA B THK DA1LI: Per f -tt Per JiC-lii .110 00 5 00 , 1 60 Per Wt.er. OFFICE: r Comer Congress and Church Street & Maiden Lane and Chu rch Streets. ARIZONA'S U1TEQUAIXD CLJ HATE. is tne combination of those meteor ologica! traditions which go to make up a salubrious climate, Arizona leads all other divisions of the United States, as a perusa! cf the records of the govern nient Signal Service will abundantly at test. VT-iile Arizona may be 6aid to pos sess tvro distinct climatic zones, 6how a wide Tariance in temperature, owing to a diTerence in altitude, j ot these de sirable conditions are found to prevail to an ecieit degree throughout the Ter ritory...

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