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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 5 August 1891

Kbl l Pro tit and Complltloa. This Is a traveling umn' story: 1 iimh! to have an old German cus tomer up in Minnesota. Ho kept a lit tle country etotv where he traded calico and sugar and tinware for eggs and poultry. His little cross roads place was twenty miles from the railroad, among a ettleuient of Germans. I used to drive out there about three times a year and pell him a nice little bill of goods. When I got pretty well acquainted with the old man I found that he had the most rudimentary idea of accounts, and his method of getting a tilling price on hardware (my line) was sim plicity itself. He just took the cost, whatever It might be, and multiplied it by two. Of course I was at a good deal of expense in Milling to him. and 1 tixed my price accordingly. Well, one timo I went out and the old man would have nothing to do with mo. My uatne was Dennis didn't want to talk at all. I loafed aronnd and Anally found out what was the matter. Another hardware man had been out there and ...

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. — 12 August 1891

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. Y F VOL YII NO 9 JAS55RSA NEK. EntaMUhed March U, 1804.) H i ARIZONA JOUKXAl.. KtaUll.hrJ 1874. J PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1891. PRICE, TEN CENTS. 4 "A ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER POWER PRINTING HOUSE. Tlstf Arltona JuUrnal-Mltier a publuhed every 'n the jw estvpt Sunday. jie Arlrona Weekly Jourrul-Mluer U published every Wtlnctilay, at i'rmcott, the county seat of Yavicu coantj. By tlie Arizona Publishing Company. J. C. MAKTIX. Manlier. TERMS: Daily, per year, in&drance.. i. $10 00 Daily, per month 1U) Daily. Udivenxl by carrier to city obecrib- esa, per vrewlc.. 25 Weekly, jwr jar. - 4 00 Weekly, ix months., 2 50 Weekly, thnv months - 125 Siaglecor - 10 EtfAdr rtlaing Bates made kno'm on applica tion to thit office or at the f ollowiij amncies: Palmer A Boy, Tribune Bnlklia;, Kew York. 1'almer & Key. San Francisco. L. P. Fish r, Merchant's lixchin, Fran cisco. . Where the paper is kept on ale. Se -ret Societies. TVA'HOK COSMANDEKY No...

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. — 12 August 1891

ARIZONA JOUMAL-IOTER J. C. MAUTIN, Kill tor. WEDNESDAY. . .AUGUST 12, 189 KMITOKIAI. XOTK8. Butte, Montana, is .having an opi demic of burglaries. Tho democrats carried Utah by a mall majority at the recent election. Foreigners in China are becoming seriously alarmed at the monacing attitude of the native. A telegram from Detroit says that Arizona is not represented at tho Grand Army encampment. Tho farmers elected 73 members, . to fifty straight, democratic mem bers, of tho Kentucky- legislature. The next National Editorial con vention will be held in California, ither at San Francisco or San Diego. Dick Kilgore, of Georgia, has a beaver farm well under waj Ho proposes to raise beavers for their fur. Kansas has been credited with having 100,000 veterans of tho war of tho rebellion living within its limits. J. E. Walker, of Phenix, has been appointed corresponding secretary in Arizona for the national club league of the democratic party. A human blood sucker has been jailed at Mount...

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. — 12 August 1891

HIS CHILDREN. SI My little son had a number I of bad ulcers and running j I sores to come on his head ! I and body, which lasted for I four Tears. I tried all the ln.trrs and maiiT remedies, but the sores still grew "worse, until I did not expect him to recover. My friend were confident that if the soreshealed St would kill him. I at length quit all other treatment and put him on Swift's Specific, and 1cm than three bottles cured him a sound and healthy child. S. S. S., also cured a sore on another of my children. R. J. McKlXiTET, Woodbury, Tex. Books oa Bleed sad SkU Mmmm Fre. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., AU1M1, 6a. s. s. s. From Wednesday's Dailt. Attend the lecture to-night. The city wants 103 cords of wood Eastern Star Lodge meets to morrow night. "Pravnr meeting will be held Thursday night at the Methodist parsonaere. Thoi-A cfill remains a sufficient amount of water in the atrs dam 1 1 to raise steam wun. Several Apache county witnesses were excused yesterday and left for home this...

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. — 12 August 1891

D1STK1CT COURT. Hon. K. AV. Wells., Judge. Tuesday, Aug. i. U. S. vs O-Zosh, au Indinu, ro indietod for unmlor. Aaraigned; to plead Wednesday. U. S. vs Julian Lopez; charge, selling liquor to au Indian. Plead uot guilty. U. S. vs Barrett, Case closed. Jury returned verdict of "not guilty." Defendant discharged. Friday, August 7th. United States vs. D. M. Riordau et al., No. 165; timber trespass. De murrer to the indictment sustained. United States vs. D. M. Riordan ot al., No. 166; timber trespass. De murrer to indictment sustained. United States vs. J. W. Eddy etal.; t imber trespass. Demurrer to'iudict ment sustained. United States vs. G. E. and F. G. Parker; timber trespass. Demurrer to indictment sustained. United States vs. Jolan Lopez. Jury returned verdict "guilty as charged." United States vs. Grundy Hall. Case tried and submitted. T-L. Bacon vs. Alice Moollor et al. Case moved on court calendar. A. J. Head vs. Cor & Craigue. Judgmout for plaintiff forSllS.SU. , Tr .Satt...

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. — 12 August 1891

ARIZONA . JOURNAL-MINER Swi oTp II. A. BCKKE Mel BURKE ! PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. The Finest, Largest and Best Appointed Hotel in Northern Arizona. QPLKND1D FUltNlTUHK, AN KXCELLENT O Kitclu-a. Convenii-nt Commercial Sample itma, GtKl Attendance, Fine Ililliant Hall, th Be of LiaiioM and Ciipu. iy""Si-cial r&t to Permanent Boanlei. Kates, $2.50 and $3 Per Day. ALL STACKS running out of and into Pmx-utt call at thf'lloW. Special Rales lo Those Remaining lcrDiincnt!y. . HUHKK &. liU'KKY. PnoHUirroiis. CORISTER DM SHE "W- "W". ROSS! -DKALEU 1K- uietii pv iut jjivuiuuiwm i uiiuimiti i i in ii ii Soaps, Combs, Brushes, Trusses, BUI'I'OirrEIW.TOILLTAimCLlii, ETC. ETC. MY IMUlHraiOjTiiBl'AICTMKNT If com plete. Ascnt for Dr. l-'islierman' Alkaline Lotion, for Horses anil Cattle. Atlantic & Pacific KA.IIieOA.D COJirANY iWiMTXux Dimiox.) TIME -:- TABLE. "WkstwaiuxT Ko. 3. 1 Si.Y. isT.vnoxx. I Ko'i. Xo. t 1:40 a; 1:10 n Lv. Altuinunb. Ar 12uaf STJUa 7:30 a fell a; SitS al 10-.XI a 11:47 ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 12 August 1891

A PLANTATION LOVE SONCL Ok, mer honey, mtr tool Prralier dun tic dew, Layln' Wight on dt blue utawnltt' elory. OK. nr bney. mer lool AlaH I tale it uut yna. Dal anrar sweet, true lore toryJ Dea 1 tell yon crtfln. En kit aint no Mu, Kw way, mer Alalmucr iwcyj . D pod Land, ho 'low, Dat lovo, anyhow, , G winter shine, ovah brlht an' roney. DWi rood olo sweet hanx. An" young an tcnVr lam Jtfek a nicgah' Hjw Jim crloni; Josey: But de 'possum wid da yam, Ala' no lienor hs'iu Ei d lore of mer Alnbntnrr poey. Will Vlascbcr In Tacotua Qloba. THE MIDNIGHT HOUR In tho heart of western Pwinsvl vania's beautiful nnd fertile valleys lies the picturesque town of M . The unsightly chimney stacks of noisy in dustry have, not yet marred Its pietur- esqueness, and business, with a few ex ceptions, Is suftlcient to maintain quiet commercial equilibrium which the fover of enterprise has never dis turbed. The principal inipctat to trado Is given by the sojourn of thn'o or four hundred students at the co...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 19 August 1891

wi-mrimtfi-iififlfi- tt? "f ;'nff1SHlMllllifaffi ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. -EX TTHT. VTT NT) Ofl tAMZONA All NEK, KutaolUhed March U, lMtl4.) VUUi XV -U lAKlZONAJOUltXAL, K.tablUhed 1874. J PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, ..WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1891. PRICE, TEN CENTS. A1OZ0NA .TOUIlNAL-mXER power ruiSTixo house. The ArUon ,mirnl-MltT U published evfry day n the ymr excnt Sunday. n. Arliona WVvkfy Journl-Mlntr is puUnJed every Wednesday, at liwcott, the county M'ai of Yavapai county. lix the Arizona Publishing Compauy. a. c. maktix. JinMutM. TERM& Daily, W5if. in advance $10 (X) Daily, per nuuiUi . . 1 IX) Daily, deliverwl by carrier to city uUcrib- IT, per wk.. 25 Weekly, per year.. 00 Weekly. kIx niouth 2 W Weekly, Uiree months 1 53 Sinclecopy W SJ""Adverti!iiu: Uat made known on amplica tion to thii office or as the following avenue: rainier & Key. Trllnne Building. NVw York, ralmor A Rer. San Franclwo. L. IVtFisher. Merchant Exchange, Frau- Where Uie pal w k-it on hie. Secret Soc...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 19 August 1891

ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER J. C. MAUTIN, Ktlltor. WEDNESDAY . . . AUGUST 19, 1891 KDITOKIAL NOTES. Frederick Douglas has rosigued as minister to Hayti. The territorial board of equaliza tion is in session at Phenix. Constitution-makers aro already commencing to arrive at Phenix. Judge Hoffman, of the United States district court of San Fran cisco, is dead. A hot wave has prevailed in the east for several days, and a number of deaths have occurred. The Cocopah Indians predict another earthquake in the vicinity of Yuma and the lower Colorado country. The government will increase the number of ships in tho Asiatic squadron by sending several more war ships there. P. Minor, has been hold under $1,000 bonds to answer the charge lodged against him in connection with his shooting scrape with Lawyer Humphries. A Chicago savings building and loan association hafs collapsed and its officers have come to grief, being under arrest. It is' said to have been a iwindling concern. The Pacific mail steam...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 19 August 1891

Wedxesdat's Dailt. i-2. 11. . 1 ... iv1qcaiikA lit Z iUJU a fnrd v Kurmisters. an 1 I I L'SLULL UUU11V jwa-aw.j il on Monday, beptemoer an. aw a Awotr'r rnin cfnrttfl .n fin a IT! Ill I T 7 I 111 VJ lillTUAt viin lui ia? v. wa u wuiu TIKM1L. A. iirlcm KL - weiis Will IIOIU n ITT VIT-11 Ml V -1.1 ? i . ri...r ,i. OI CUUrli lu x." lauaiau uoai noon n r 4 in intuitions are out lor a social to be given at tne cpera House b. Vm. A. Crawford, of the Senator . 1 T " . 4. - Irnit ux ... ..11 ... was broueht to town for treat- 4. j iih .1111 k.i.iii.e.k iiuAiiuninjvm receipt oi ucuiuuuniuuwiv uukui. i it' -r r- r: i.:-i; l : i r. .. i IhiinnomuG next month. ue muiiary inai ai uiuuie uas 1 1111. . . . tlll flMllt n anu consiuer me iwuuiuuy auu t i 4 : i ider a decision m tno case. ii r. D. Cook's stage for the Senator ives Prescott everv morning, ox it loaves benatorat z o clock no i ram uuu jesiBiua v aj loruoua not arrive until nearly noon to , iuu uuia wing tauBi-u u i mu- .1 T 1 1 1 t N. ...

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. — 19 August 1891

Mi UA1LKOAM NKWS. Murphy Interviewed In ltegard to It Prospects.. To-day's train brought F. M. Murphy in from his visit to Colo rado, where ho went to meet E. M. Dickey, administrator of the Dia mond Jo Reynolds' estate, on miniug aud other business. Ho was soon by tho Journal Minkr man shortly after his arrival and asked in rogard to tho very latest news on the railroad ques tion, to which he replied that while there was nothing of importance that ho could say m regard to it, everything was moving along satis factorily and it would not be long until active work would bo com menced in its construction. "What effect, Mr. Murphv, will tho resignation of Col. D. B. Kobinson, as general managorof tho Atlantic & Pacific railroad, liave on the status of tho S. F., P. & P. railroad," was asked. "Nouo whatever," replied Mr. Murphy, "that is it will not have any unfavorable effect. Mr. Kobinson will continue to bo identified with this- road, aud as tho new position which ho has accep...

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. — 26 August 1891

J if' 1 WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER -TTHT. VTT "NTO 01 lAKIZOXA MINER. KutaMUlicd March 9. 1HG4.) VUiJ. 11 -V 1 AnUONA.IOUU.NAL, KutaulMied 1874. PEESCOTT, AKIZONA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1891. PRICE, TEN CENTS. ARIZONA ARIZONA JOTONAMLTNER POWER PRINTING HOUSE. The Arlaona Turiial-Mitir i published evry day in the jvar exempt Sunday. Th Arizona Weekly .louriial-Mliier in published every Wvdntwlay. at Prescott, tli county heat 01 lavaixu wumj. By the Arizona Publishing Company. J. C. MAKTIN, .Manager. TERMS: Daily, per year, in advance 51000 Daily, per month 1 10 Daily, delivered by carrier to city nlcrib- ers, per week S Weeklv. wer year IX) Weekly, tdx months 2 SO Weekly, three months 1 25 Single ropy 1U rsyArirertikirur Ratro made known on annlica. . tion to this office or at the f ollowing aencie: Palmer A Key, lTiimne ituuuuy,-, isew xotk. Palmer Jfc Key, Ban Franci!co. , I. p. Fisher. Merchant's Exchange. Fran- Where the papr is la-pt on iilft. Secret Societies. rANHOE COMMANDEKY No. ...

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. — 26 August 1891

I WKI ' i I 'I'll .,.v-. t "ik- ' C " - si. i rv .- - 5ia if-.? -7.- 3 i.-- 5M Sri- I t - . AIUZOSA JOUR NAL-MINER J. C. M.AltTIN Editor. 1YEDN ESDAY . . . AUGUST 19, 1891 KIHTOKIAI NOTKS. Ex-Congre?smou Morrow, of Cali fornia, is talked of as Judge Hoff man's successor. The teaehors of the United States draw $10,000,000 a voar iu salaries and they earn it. V Eleven hundred clerks were re ceuth' discharged at one time from the consxis oftice. Relations between Chiua aud some of the European powers aro con siderably strained. A Los Angeles saloon keeper ad vertises a Gila mousteronoxhibitiou at his saloon to draw custom. An American company haa beon organized in San Francisco iu oppo sition to the English browing syndi cate. The Davis will caso at Butto City, Montana, is growing into as great prominence as the celebrated Bly the case in San Francisco. Two colonels of the Mexican army fought a duel recently with iwords. One of them has his liver puuctured and will probably die. A rece...

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. — 26 August 1891

v-vi WcnvtsnAt s UA1LT.. Court has adjourned until October Vacant house are scarce in Pros- xt The city council is equalizing as- Nearly all the reserved seats for Masonic lodtre moots to-night for Jacob Reifel. of the Jerome stace inn. roiiorLS neavv iratu ueiweeu - . . . In w- t The Aztec mill, on the Hassay- rna. was struck by lightning and Wm. Dulin has purchased two lots Ml T t n . 11.., 1 Al I Wl I tf II 11 -X V J iv ... X xxx xxx VM I X - X 1 ..X .... A.lmAlllllllmfMrtn ll.AM The Peake sisters turned over 4.1 in ta "rMlOl!st. oVllimlt frw. r , w i i :ii. The irrepressible and inimitable ... . j ?ii r- i i t 11 l r mi .i i. :i t:u UCii 11 1 1 in x. x . tsuivlv. iij a preny goou suu uiuison. n i i. i. : it "The Grand Opera House was ii in j t x ; 1 "x ii i rr 1 I. a 1 - i i DO. lor amiocu is me Kreawsi. ii ,i i:-. r..:i. omlci. 1. os Anwliis. June .jy. lsfeb. An advertisement for proposals or iinei iiiu iiuui iui iud aiiiaitipai ndians aunears in me vkhhut issue t ii-i. ? j ii....

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. — 26 August 1891

IMSTKIOT COOKT. Hou. K. IV. U'rllt, Juilr. Tuesday. Aug. IS. U. S. vs. O. Zosh, an Indian. Elo cution of sentence suspended until the further order of the court. u. o. vs. as. is. urav. vJaso con tinued for the tonn. "Bail lixed at $1,000. Smithline vs. Qoldmau ot al. Plaintiff allowed time until the 5th day of the next regular term of this court to amend complaint. Molo vs. Goldman. Same order as above. Francis A. Morgan vs. James 5ar tiu. Demurrer overruled. Defend ant allowed time till October 1, 1SI1, to auswer, and case continued. Patrick Ford ot al. vs. Win. O. O'Neill ot als. Demurrer sustained, with leave to ulo amended com plaint by tho next regular term of this court. Patrick Ford et al. vs. Win. O. O'Neill et als. Same as last above. Burke & Hickey vs. J. R. Lowry and C. R. Larsen. Demurrer pray ing dissolution of injunction argued ami submitted. Joseph Melvin vs. T. J. Eamau. Argument of motion for now trial continued until Ootobor 12, 1891. Execution stayed until de...

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. — 26 August 1891

'Bant-, www, ''tjsHJBA v.wKVt j.-- r - e -rH.vv?iB'ii i ii i "i ii ii m i pwii ii jrvytjcrrt.. I'fmimiTAWVxi m t 1 1 i mi in n mi i ' i m'tw. ' -nruinr tti bk-wtwi it. -i i iiiii.ii lun-wtiifTri -'-.r---c, "Sfintar- - t t. j - ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER SUPPLEMENT. K. II. BCRMISTKK THF. AT THKIH- SAW MILL NorthwoHt or3?renoott. AND YAKU,crt.eKleor thtpbita,uct to the tons of Qoldwter,.haTBhlirvN..t ent of We are prpanUtUw shortest notice to fill all uiurr promptly. Flour, Grain and Bran VKiken in exchange Cpr Lumber at .A-t Market Rates PRESCOTT LUMBER CO. PRICES REDUCED ! ! O. K. FEED YAJRX). l3P"Good Camp Hotro for the Accommodation of Travelers. The 0. K. STORE Keep a f nil eunply of , General Merchandise which U being sold at Hottom Prices. Mf d's Furnishing Goods, Hoots, Shoes, Hats, Caps Staple id Fancy Groceries. A law and fresh mi pply Always on Hand. JOSEPH DOUGHERTY. Proprietor THR .A. KMCO-A. v ORE COMPANY Sampling "Works, PRECOTT. - A1UZONA. Copper. Silver, Lead and ftold ORE...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 26 August 1891

Iturdettc'a Ideal Mule No wonder the mule is a kiekor. Wore I a mulo. I. too, would kick. Every time I arot a uhnuco I would lift somebody hichor than a kite. I know what kind of a mule I would be. A bav mule. One of those sad- ovod old fellows that loan back in the breeching and think. With stripod leirs like a zobra. And a dark brown streak down my back ana a paint-brush tail. And my mauo cut short and mv foretop banged, and a head as long as a flour barrel, and I'd bo worth two hundred and a half in auy market, and I'd. wear a flat harness and no blinkors, and some day whon some man hitched mo up to a dray, and piled on a ton and a half of pig iron, a cord of wood, six barrols of flour, a good load of household goods and a steamboat boiler, I would start off with it patiently and haul it steadily, untill. got to It U.IUUUUV Uio top of tho grade on tho now road around North Hill, and right about tiioro and thou a falling ma ple loaf, fluttering down in a spark 01 goiu and crimson,...

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. — 2 September 1891

2 ''";"';.Vv;1'. ".'.X's:';V ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINE I VOL. VII NO 22 jAKIZOXA M1XKK. KutaliUnhotl March U, 184, JAlUZONAJOl'KXAl., KtnblUliel 1874. PKESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1801. PRICE, TEN CENTS. . . . . ..r -- i njuMM n niri iiMiwMMtiillw mMBMBBBMl - . - - , it RIZONA .OUlsTAL-iLlNER POWER PRINTING HOUSE. i.a Arizona Journal-Miner i iublLhed ? day in the year except Sunday. Tb Arizona Wwfciy .louriiai-Miiiei w ablisliwl every W nuirt-uay. ai. i-rvscou, mo aunty seat of Yavapai county. y the Arizona Publishing Company. J. t;. .1Llili Jiuuagtr. TERMS: aily. IT year, in advance ?10 00 aily, per month . 1 "d iHy. ueliverea uy earner w tiij ruwnw rs tr week Cd..V1- nop Tittr .................... 4 S) ekly, six month 2 5 0 eSuy, Uiroo niouuits urlecour W Ion to this office or atlhe following agencies: t l'almcr x. iiey, inuiuiu duuuiui,, iwh .iui-. L. P. Fisher. Merchant's Lxchanxo, r ran- fciCO. ... V'liere the paier ir kept on nie. Secret Societies. rVANHOE COMM...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 2 September 1891

ARIZONA .1 0 U RNAMIINER ,1. C. MAKTIX. KUtr. WEDNESDAY. .SEPT. 2,1891 KH1TOUIAX. NOTES. The tax rate in Cochise county t his year is $3.50. There seems to bo an epidemic of railroad accidents at present. Three of the Georgia train rob bers havo been captured. Mexico wants to learn the art of rain-making from the United States. "Roeont telegrams confirm the re ported defeat of Balmaceda's forces in Chili. The board of railroad commis sioners will meet in Phenix next Monday. The Chilian war is over, tho in surgents having surrendered to Bal maceda. The Nogales Herald wants tho new constitution to provide for state printer. And now it is Balmaceda that is defeated and the Chilian insurgents yre on top. Gorman, of Maryland, is looming up as a possiblo democratic presi dential candidate. Albuquerque is now trying to get up a prize fight for fair week as a sort of sido issue. Portions of North Dakota and Minnesota have boon visited by do structivo frosts already. Tho government raiu-mako...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 2 September 1891

3 . T-l 11 of Phonix campers. Gurloy street property. t rained heavily to iho uorth and i of Pnvseott vesterdav. H50UK lVHlJiV uiwio iumunun 111 IU1 1VF - -- O OSOpu x ,1'irifuu. v ... n, filed la. stoeK oranti ior reeoru. n ii ICCI1IUI ITklTIl I 111 Illlllt4 III. A. Rogers and Ralph Dillcm said, have leased the Courier for one year. for bids for road bonds m this rcisjiuer iiumi vuiiiuwu imiai this morning with a big load of Is from Bashford fc J5urmistor s the Bradshaw mountains. Mr. inntn; itri iiiit ui i. nn m'M II LI 11 LI JIIK1 n vvutu fcw , ,.i i it. . ave Count v Miner, had Ins scalp ly torn off. tus collar bone, one and lil right leg broken, by bo throwu out of a wagon bv a run- vorv pleasant party was given Mr. and Mrs. Ijoms Dugas on . . i r: v : T l family left to-dav for their ranch Kuijxhis of Pythias lodge will rv" . l r.-:'. r c?4 i i til.:. ? l jrapidiv in this territory. The ui iTnescoii na a largo mem- 4 no maeuinery auu an material ior tlxx)Uii? uueKVi uiit uit a...

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