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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 17 June 1891

LIKE A GNAT IN THE AIR. A fainter AiTtct tle FUe oh lh Uuwt of the I'ullUrr ltulltlliie. No sailor ever climbed m high s did the -gallant painter. A. Zhuener, when he aceuded to the top of the flagstaff vrhlch rises ftxmi the dome of the Pit- litter buiidhm. There were thousands of people In City lint) park, on Broad way, In Centre treet. Chambers ttreet, on Park row. and adjacent thorough fares down town "who croiied tlieir necks to see the ascent, nnd hundreds of .glasses were leveled at the painter from the roofs of bulldimw afar off away over In Brooklyn, in Jersey City and dowu the bav. lYoin the street Zhuener looked like & wry small man doing a very bis tiling. From Broadway he appeared to be no larger than au extremely small boy, while from one of the Jerev ferry bo&U one might have Imagined that a fly, large enough to be classed with some new specie', was performing gymnastic feat a la Japanese. Mr. Zimener had an unrivaled view from the top of the eta IT, but that ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 24 June 1891

,1 ... -;- LRIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL MINE TTYVr TriT WH IT iAUIZONA SIINKK. Ktahlliihrl .March . 180. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, .TUNE 24, 1891. PRICE, TEN CENTS. or alt 0 mWtl Ml erl nl Jklatl i abli brfk it i w i its rot ik 9bd a4 be tu.t .Itea! 1 SI19 l1 ivf b tuuav ;J'W1 ...In WT set 1 3 4 (..t is i) TatU -1 IOCE, VI corner . ;n & jo " ftj-Jea a ft-! ice. x .tj oil 1 i.nalr All. JbW mines. aioB txMl oeiue it vl 11 Fori! o.23fc ran ma. IsA ivn 1 . Withc uearj? uiMiry mi- Di C Aria-.' at NoJ ,n 'ills ajonoa; ?rt .Inst' HltJUie' .thes w lint .U3K is. s.nrro onuw 3d fV" he S3 . Jccf T AB1Z0NA J0URXAW11XEK POWEK PRISTIXG HOUSE. vrj dsy in Uiojear except Sunday. published oery Wednesday, at PreacoU, the ' county Mt of Yataiu wanty. By the Ariroua Publishing- Compauy. J. C. MAKT1X. Mmicir. TEKMS: Daily, per year. inadvance 10 ft) Daily, i-er inonth I 00 -rv il- .Nriut liv ournr fl fill klliwnt- . .j!. uruM" . en. per vreoV Weekly, per j-ear. A i 1-1 .tv innnf i. - 2J 4 t0 2 50 I 3 ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 24 June 1891

ARIZONA JOUBNAL-M1NEB .l.CMAimS, Kdltor. WEDNESDAY JUNE 21, 1801 KUITOKTAI. NOTKS. Colonel Compton has been or dered court inartialled for neglect of duty in not prevoutiug the lynch ing of Hunt at Walla Walla by the soldiers. A Now York man committed suicide the other day on account of the extreme heat. He must have been receiving a weather report from tho other world. Postmaster General Wanamaker came out of tho Keystone bank fail ure investigation unscathed. The attempt to connect him with it in a dishonorable light proved an igno rainous failure. Camp Yerde military reservation, in this county, recently abandoned, contains several hundred, acres of good arable land, and should be disposed 'of to settlers at as early a date as possible. Governor Irwin has appointed tho following railroad commission ers: E. B. Gage, of Cochise: G. W. Beecher, of Mohave: H. 13. Light hizer, of Maricopa, and John S. O'Brien, of Pima. W.A.Clark, of Butte. Montana, who is also lessee of the United Ver...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 24 June 1891

SPEAKS FOR ITSELF. : not only spealt for itself, but lis thousands of peo ple to speak ior it- The testimonial that have been giTtu miui j people who have been cured by it would fiii pases of a newspaper. No other medicine has been to thorough ly endorsed by the public. U ere la a sampla of Disinterested Testimony. Rer. M. B. AVharton,pastor of the Firt Bap Uat Church, Montgomery. Ala., writes: -I fci.vewa Swift's Specific used, and Uava known man case of the wors.t form ot blood disease which hare been cured by It. I knov the proprietors to be gentlemen of the high et typo, and or the utmost reliability. I reco mmend it as a gwat blood remedy una ualed by auythlnj: that I know ot" Boots aa Blood aati SUb Dltoixtv Fn. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., AlianU, Qa- Fsom Wednesday's Daily. Trees oa the plaza aro dying of. To-day is the anniversary of tho battle of Bunker Hill. Dr. Smith -will return from Jerome and can ha found at the Bellevue hotel June ISth for a few days only. . JelTtf C. P. ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 24 June 1891

MbSmI 3?- . iter IP--: 81 . 4 21 1 1 W1STK1CT OOl'UY. Hon. K. W. WrU. .luric. okeat eorruu camp. Urmlittccucr conn' Connected wltV Otdel Vnper, Arl. Monday, .1 uno loth. AVTEKNOON SKSS10S. Thomas Gallagher alias T. L Carletou: indicted for rape, was ad- .. ii , x i .1 lV KIA AVhat the Yuma Coyj.cr Cwinimny l been mill I now l.oliii;. In the southwestern part of Yava pai count v, about 05 miles from Present U is located what promises to develop into one of the most mitted to bail in tho sum of $500. j tnngnifieuut copper properties on Charles Yates vs W, II. McUrow: the continent, lhe property is . m ' . - 1 V . .. 1 ..... gj. I M. . . k 1 I reset lor trial June J.t. owihhi ny mo uiua copper vuiu- jno material Wltli wiucii r . . i 4 . r . . 1 i . ..... . ,. , ierntorv vsAlartm alias'WiieKev panv oi m. uouis, aim euioraws Green. The following jurv was im- thirty-three claims. The company paneled to try the case. Vn. Coop wn organized in ISStt, but owing to or, J. Dodson. Alex, linhofT...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 24 June 1891

ft ARIZONA MINER. SUPPLEMENT. JOURNAL Valedictory Addrei. The following is the very able valedictory address delivered last night bv Miss Mary Wright, the sub ject being, "Duty, the Key to Success." Duty is a debt that is due and wist be paid by every one who would : avoid present discredit and eventual moral insolvency. Success is the favorable or nros- nernns termination of anrthincr at- r m . st . . or n nroDoseu omeci. L . - The performance oi one s dutv not only leads to success, but it is also, 1 J il- - J 1 n y nrFniu w n c unswi.v , iu a xaixD uct-.i.tm . suuicl hi n 1 1 1 1 real key to happiness. Shakespeare says conscience makes cowards of us all. There is doubtless much truth in fills sf;inm.ill . J but. if. tt.vtiil.1 nrnli. j .... . ablv have been just as true, if ha had . - . . . - . saia, tne consciousness oi naving done our duty, brings us our largest share of earthly happiness. xiappmess is not as some people imagine, a beautiful gem, rare and xlx ... 1 1 mi.uiuiiiv...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 24 June 1891

LONG AGO. " ' Ob Lot Up stku'bmi ilM feel' tarn; uiootbeU mj- ajvro dea just i UtA m fur my fcwa', Utes tole i Slae's May qaeea lose a9; We'n tbey bad Mmwh, yw know. Long ttfo, Iork, l-o-n-K as Or&a'm ttalr k tklu, Mi' o bit. Aa Ucr face te-j.ucl.eml bo; Rut wlm'a wevUr lij- euuC Tbaa cooie yeauiter folts 1 kaew; Don't yeu eee how daadeU& blew? Turn their (fold all hiU naewf (iraa'ina'j h)Ur-it doae Jea aa, 1dus ajo. lea, 1-o-B-c Hair was goldea, like the eaalkma, ' Kyea wux blue aa cheek wux red, An1 her tkia wa twooth aa' m while, Thai la Je w'at Rras'sa said. All la white fraa tip to to, Sb u mr ajwem, Voa xns Loec aso, l-o-inf, loajr nco. Jm like fairies is grre bowers' 61 arte', daacta' on tte freea. Pick! a out the brkntral Sower Fur to dtek their tittle qwe&. Lad aad Uh, roaail they Daaebt ataxia', bowls' law, Laos ago, loof, 1-e-B-g Kfu. Oraa'iaa hUhm, Tta tired," aaya "Sow so away, dearie," as 1 , -Sat it's queer what he caa aee men Lookla far oft an'MgabV no, A...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 1 July 1891

VOL. VII- PRESCOTT, AlfZONA, WFDNESDAY;-? -AiaZOXA.IOimN.Vl.. Ktlilllied IKH. . s PRICE, CENTS. FL . " i -trfyK-4Ur 1891. . PBICE, TEN" ARIZONA JOUR NAMLTNER POWER PRLN'TLXG HOUSE. The ApUohr .lournal-Mlner i jmbliehed I, The Arlaona. fff elay .lourhal-Mlner I imhlished every AVedneeday. at Prescott. the a cuunty seat or avapai county. IHy the Arizona Publishing Company. J. C. MAltTIN, Mmi:r. TERMS: )aily. per year, inadvanoe $10 00 Xuly, per month. . 1 U) JjUv. delivered bi carrier lo city t-uWrib- ere. per week 25 Weekly, ler year 4 ttl Weekly, mx mouth 2 50 Weekly, thn montli 123 single, copy iu L jsr Advert mn& Ratet made known onmpnlica- ion 10 I41JR omce w ni mc ituiunuiK iMuv4r. Palmer Key, murine, nullum. Atw iorK. Palmer A Key. Nin iranciM-o. ti. KUher. Merchant a Lxclianxe. Fran- Where the paper w Kept on we. Secret Societies. TVANHOK COMMANDERY No. 2. -. lJ tlaw firtPriday of whtuouUu PiUriin 4 " 1 yrr.vv tjiiwjk. No. 1. 1? a a. 11. Regular ruo-tiuK of thta LoJko Aian...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 1 July 1891

ARIZONA JQUKNAL-MSER jC JIA11TI, Editor. WEDNESDAY .JULY 1, 1801 YKKK-SICVKK AGITATION. Interest in tho so-called silver question has apparently flagged, at least since tho adjournment of con gress. This week, however, has been marked by an apparent revival of tho attention paid to the subject, Tho reason for this was tho assemblage in New York of a number of t he most prominent advocates of freo silvor ideas for the purposo of con ferring together as to the resump tion of agitation of tho matter and the prospects for making it again a subject of discussion in tho coming congress. Among the participants in this gathering aro the two sena tors from Nevada, Messrs. Jones aud Stewart, while tho rank aud fllo of the silver advocates were fairly well represented by gentlemen of more or less prominence iu public life. In selecting Now York city as tho place of meeting it would seem that the silver men have been governed not orily by considerations of conveni ence, but by the impression th...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 1 July 1891

BE CAREFUL ! ireiumexii. is a very bcnuus iaa; It is either of a cancerous na- L 1 1 1 M 111 LIXC UIlMUt b IUU1 dth it Take ie Great Blood Hemedy and get rid of St. Bon't delay. Rer. Jesse H. Campbell, of Colum bus. Ga., writes: "A with a cancerous .ulcer of years ic. ana nvo inencs in atameier. nas lc. I consider IU effects vonderful ; inlracnloas." Thtols the record of s s s oVi en Blood aad SVAa Diuasei JTreo. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta, G Wedxesdat's DAitv. HI . 1?4 lay s weekly ami send to jour 1111 .11111 111 UUUIUCt . lUl7Vt to build a new iuui. believe that tlio Jociixal- Tcirv. 1 UC OUaKi,pvuiu vjiv-if win im.-t.-i 1 - r I ... J . l l n I 1 4.. n.M renins at S o clock sharp. Suh- "i ho Merchant of Venice." p ons- ni r. w. ma ko vs. r. jj. 4 i i I 1 t . . . . I - i r I 1 1 in liaitiiv , . . .4 i ,1 ii 1 1 1 i i r inn ijiv 5 clock this afternoon. icKei wm ie ior .sum ui -u. 's eisrar store on ami after to- ; entertainment to e given on 1st hy Miss Addie Murphy aud Gila monst...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 1 July 1891

- , - . ..-1 'v . - " - . - "t' . - ----Ti " - . I - " " .' . ' Ol'U ttt Interesting Collection of Xvy Goonlpy Itriu. N nw Vohk, Juno 22. Special (olo graph and mail, service. Advices from Lima, Peru, under dato cf 2kfv 2Sth, contain tho following: "Mrs. Frances L. Crosby, the wife of u prominent American citizen resid in this city, died on the 19th in - it in childbirth, at the age of it "ty-eight years. The remarkable f lire of this sad occurrence is : Mrs. Crosby had given birth to . iity eight childreu, fifteen of . ch. the youngest, a babe of one are left to mourn her loss, was a Peruvian, by birth, and u married to Mr. Crosby at the jt of fourteen years. The almost incredible record of having given birth to twenty-eight children in tuvuiy-four years is oxplained by the fact .that twius delighted tho father oji several occasious, aud that owe triplets mado their appearance. Mr. Crosbv has for many yeas rep reMUited the house of Stevens, Cor vin & Co., New York, in the man a...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 1 July 1891

ARIZONA ftNJkfr-jffiHHfe T LOCAL BUSINESS MENTION.- Some Tnterestlusr Items. F)ot Classes of Readers. t? Strawberries, at Aitkon's. Pure Cider Yinegar at Aitken's. tf A Circulatincr Library at Ford's. The latest Novels. tf. Coxo's Glycerine Lotion at Ross's Corner Drug Store. tf Railroad Tickets BoucUtand Sold at Aituen's. tf Ladies fhto Kid shoes for $2 per pair, at A. Wolleuburg s. Inn Call for Blue Ribbon cisrars at the Montezuma Saloon. tf Ladies fiuo Kid shoes for 52 per pair at A. Wollenbunrs. lm Call for the PAT cigar at the Montezuma Saloon. tf Seasonable articles at the foun tain City Drug Store. . tf Try cnished violets with soda at the Corner Drug Store. tf Soda -water with Iruit syrups at the Corner Drug Store. tf All goods sold at California prices at the Comer Drug Store. tf Soda water at the Corner Drug Store. All kinds of syrup. tf New Bakery restaurant and bakory has moved to the Somnar House, tf Fresh Candies received each week at Aitken's Cigar and Fruit Store, tf...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 1 July 1891

Oar DlTUely" Climate Somewhat of an eccentric, but at tlio same time consistentt proposi tion affecting tho sutltkm and unu sually severe change of the climato in this immediate section from that experienced in past years, is ad vanced by a young theological ex port who holds down a clerical posi tiod in one of Preseott's mercantile establishments, that takes tho cako, and knocks in tho shade all the speckled daisy propositions ever ad vaaced. t Such high and intelligent authorities as the signal sen-ice throughout tho country gave out early in tho spring that our climatic conditions were undergoing a rapid chauge each year, and that up to about the first of June, from obser vations accurately made, indicated comparatively cooler weathorby at least ten degrees than that ever be fore experienced In conversing the other day on this all absorbing topic with this young diunplo of Madame Woodward, who fleeced and viotitu r.ed many an unwary Oaklandor a few months ago, on the proposition ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 8 July 1891

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL- VHT. XHT NT. 1 JiiXKK. Kt.nMUlic.l March 0, 18.U.) JXJ.11.XXJ AKIZOXA.10l.UNAL. KNtnhlUhed 1874. f PRESCOTT, .ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1891. PRICE, TEN CENTS. MINER ARIZONA J0UKNAL-31USER POWElt VKIXTIXG HOUSE. Th ArUmiH .loutiHlOUiT s public.!.-,! eiery ilay in U.e year excel MUXLty. a 1.7 a a - a . - - - $ - -- . a a . . .9 ituUtithni ovist WVdnfwiay t IWcutt, iho . liv the Arizona Publishing Compauy. J. C. -MAliTIX, .MaKr. TERM "v vkly, pr year 4 OU 1 25 10 - Mi 1.1 . ...at II Ml',. II- Mk iUllilL a . HlUifaV iy ..... a ....... .ta-ai, UIIKT ailwaaaaaDaataaa-aaaaaaaaa.a,.,, -Vf-.fc rtisini Hate made known on anullca-- tioa to tins omc or at ine. iouo inx aseucM-x: Palme r A Hey, Tritium uuuqujh, jpv oric Palmer A lt""- Sn Francisco. UP Fisher, Merchant' Escfciw. IVau- Vl-TOt . . . 2a B Where tlie paper is kept on we. Secret Societies. IVANHOl. COMMANDKUY No. a. clave liit Friilaj- of each raonttu liigrim a..r Vn1liliisu.rtivti1lr invite.!. A. ttT OLIVKI...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 8 July 1891

aw ii i ii .1. .3t..I6riN ;.uti.r. WEDNESDAY JULY S, 1S91 MORE UAILUDAU .SQUXUS. The .T0CRX.U.-M1XER is in receipt of another newspaper clipping al leged io have lieen taken from the Boston Herald of Juno 2d. There isno signature attached to the pa per accompanying it, or anything to indicate to whom tli is paper is in-debled-for its receipt. In connec tion with what has already boon published, the signature to the com munication will be specially noticea ble, being that of Arthur Dudloy Vintou, a gentlemen who, as already stated, never saw Arizona, and who knows absolutely nothing of its re sources, its people or its possibilities. If .Mr. Vinton would sign his news paper counnuications in future, ' Arthur Dudley Vinton, by ordor of T. S. Bullock," his position in the east would be understood, as it is thoroughly understood hero. We a take pleasure in informing and as surimr Mr. Vinton that the road which ho so glibly says is not ueod- ed, will be built. We also take oc casion to c...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 8 July 1891

Flu v?y,?-- ? t&g&g:. 5.-.., if -I it HIS QMiLSREH. ilj little son had si number of bad ulcers and running res to come on his head i" ar.il body, which lasted for four rears. 1 tried all the i doctors and many remedies, but the " sores still grew worse, until I did not expect him to recorer. ily friends "crc c nfident that if the sores healed it would hill him. I at length quit all other treatment and put him on :. Swift's Specific, and less than three bottles cured him a sound and -healthy child. S. S. SM S. S. also cured a sore on another of inv children. IJ. J. McKtXXUY, Woodbury, Tex. ' Eoels on Ulood aid bVia UUtair S. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. The fourth oa liur Verde. Cam? Yerde, July 5. Special cor aspoudeiice.l The nation's birth lay was duly observed by the good jo pie ol the verae ov an old tash Hied basket picnic. Sinking, spealc ig, steer tieing and dancing was the rocrrauime. mo place selected was beautiful cottonwood grove near to Lower Verde school...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 8 July 1891

.-via - f i C- 7r ' r 3 j i E-1 r 1 10-' VUlt From Itallroad Mm. Colonel D. 13. Kobinsou, general nuuinger of the Atlantic & Pacific railroad, ami one of the very best railroad men in the United btates, Andrew Smith, suporintcudonl of transportation of the above railroad, F. E. Nelson, superintendent of con o ruction, and Mr. Kinsley, a largo owner of the Aztec Cattle company, arrived in Prescott on baturuay, 4th. n! 1:30 u. in., in privato wits. Col, liobinson was accompanied i.lc cnii Minl fr. Xolsonbv his wife. The party was met on the line of the Atlantic & Pacific railroad by F. M. Mnmliv. who accompanied them to Prescott. The visit of the above party was for the purpose of in specting the P. & A. C. railroad, to ascertain whether it can bo utilized iu any wav by the S. P. P. & P. rail road' company iu their proposed through line to Phenix. and to de termine whether it will lx advisable to purchase orseeuroit on any terms. This was done on the incoming trip, but...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 15 July 1891

u I 1 1 I ' WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, s 1 -9 J t"5i 4 Hi VOLl-VlI NT) 15 3 AKlZONA MIXKK. Kitnl.lUlird Mnrch , ltt4. Ul J.W 13. ?Ai:iZONA.romtNAL. KKtablUhed 174. j PKESCOTT, ARIZONA, WFDNSDAY, JULY 1?, 1891. PBICE, TEN CENTS. - ARIZONA A1UZ0XA J 0 UI NAL-3LIX EK POWER MISTING HOUSE. IV Arliuna .laurnal-MInee js publislvl i; n tlw jt&t except SnbiUy. lis .rlxma Wcrfcly ,JmriaI-MIieir is 1 abashed overy Wedn.Uy, xtKYiwcttt. Uie juutj soat or Vavaiai coualjr. By the Arizona Publishing Company. TERM& V Wa.'y. ieryear, inadranft .. , ..ii. .flOOO uaiiy, inr uiuuiti ....., l)a;ly. deliruml by carrier to eSty p&tfcrib- 1 (W ini xtr vrtfJr - 2i Weekly, per year 4 00 iftly, six months 2 3U Weekly thre month 1 a v.j.t copy 10 tT-Advertisins Rates uiaiie known on anplica loti to this oftioe or at the following wmmc i'altner A Key, Tribune HuiUic;. Xw York. 1 "aimer A Kpy, Ban Franci.-t". 1 1 l'isher, Merdmnt't. KicJian. Fran- t tx hre th 15 kjt on Secret Societies IVANlIOli COMMANDEHY...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 15 July 1891

ARIZONA JOUUNAMnNER ,1.C. MAKTIN. KU tor. "WEDNESDAY JULY 15, 1891 E1HTOKIAI. XOTKS. Guatemala wants reciprocity with tho United States. Bank Exaininor Drew has not yet resigned although requested to do so. Mexico refuses to enter into an anti-Chinese- treaty with tho United States. A raise all along the line, in the aessmout of city property, seems to be the motto of the board of equal ization. Yellow fever is playing havoc in Brazil. In the small town of Caut- gllo, over 100 deaths occurred within two weeks. Execution bv electricity has been pronounced a success by experts who witnessed the operation recently on four victims. Mr. E. M. Sanford has been ap pointed Special United States As sistant Attorney at I'reseott. Mr. Sanford is one of the leading attor neys at our northorn lar. Herald. The proposition to dam the Colo rado river at the lowor end of tho Grand Canyon will hardly lo carried into effect during tho present gener ation, for dam it, you can't. The ease and graco with...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 15 July 1891

DON'T TAKE Medicines thai pretend work of fects of them are than the diseases to do lh The ef most of worse they pretend to cure.Thero isbutouc permanent euro for contagious blood poison, and that ik to be found in And it is the only medicind that will permanently destroy the effects of AEKCTJRUL AM rOTASU roiSOMSG. It is a purely vegetable remedy, entirely harmless, and yet it is the most potent blood purifier ever discovered. Boak oa BIooJ sad SUn BIimui Fw, THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta. Ga. IVmobuI Mrntlnu. A. A. Moore left for home to-day. J. H. Stevens is improving slowly. Miles Archibald is on the sick list. C. M. Clark is in from the Silver Belt Judge A. J. McPhee, of Tip Top, is in. town. F. Murphy has gone to the Congress. E. H. Witherell, of Coj-ote springs, is in town. ilrs. C. V. Culver has returned from California. Sam Bayless left for California this morning. Eldridge H. Booth left for Albu querquo this morning. John Sorg haa returned from hit European trip. C. F. K...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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