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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 2 September 1891

Taken to the Aoyluiu. The Journal hist weok mentioned the illness of Dr. R. K. Robinson, but to cause as little painaspo.siblo to the one most deeply concerned, it heeded a request of tho relatives and refrained from alluding to the exact nature of his illness. Now, since the crisis has passed the sor rowful truth is printed. A once bright iutellect has become clouded. That dark shadows have settled over his once fertile brain is tho heart breaking truth which has como with crushing force upon his grieving Avifo aim relatives. There isn ray of bono hold out that his mental dis order may bo but temporary abera tiou to be overcome by proper treat ment. Just when his mental trouble began is hardly possiblo to say. He had sustained several attacks "of pars alysis,and those at tacks told severely upon his meulality. When tho doctor arrived from his home at Proseott, Arizona, recently, his former associates hore noted at onco that a chaugo had occurred during his years of absence. Tho onc...

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. — 2 September 1891

m ui ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER. SUPPLEMENT. J. L. CoriierMonteztima and Goodwin PEESCOTT, : : : A.KEZOjSTA.. BARGAIN . DAY I WILL discount for cash 10 per cent ofl'ray regular prices on all merchandise in stores, onlyjexceptmg groceries and grain, which are already down to BEDKOCK! Now is youJ time to buy Furniture, Glassware, Hats, Boots and Shoos burnishing Goods, Uioekorr, r lower Pots, etc., A.T FISHER'S BLOCK. BOOTS AUR STOCK OK BOOTS'AND SHOES I87THK MOST COMl'LKTK " in theTfcrritoyy. bav Uvq -xprlaKsatli for several year with the dilferent "maltM and w hare finally ntltled down to th lin? poeially adapted tn th iiulnuanU of tula eection forty and anraDUtty We Have the Best Men's Boots and Shoes to be Had in the United States ! WE HAVE ALSO A LARGE STOCK OF LADIES' SHOES WIIlQn are th txvt and mwt -tjliih to lx had, ami r han tht im of the country in Boy. Alii?, ami Children School and Drv tduw We Have a Veiy Complete Stock of Ladies and Children's Oxfords and Slippers. Our price ...

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. — 2 September 1891

THE TOUCH OF A VANISHEO HANlT Ob. why should the world irmc. With Ita beauty around a atlilr Aa4 why should ths slop of my mrW path Seem saddenly all uphtllf 1 had goK. with a buoyant step, 80 cheerily oa ray ay; Hotc couVd I believe so calm a light Could ram to ao chill a srayf And wherefore? Because the hand That held in 1U clasp my own Whew touch was a besedtctloa tuck A o&ly tho bleat have known Was caught hjr the viewless W&d Of ma aajfel. aad upward drawn. What hope, what comfort, what gtikUac now. Blace the stay of my life U gone? "Bat a aironcer U left to thee," Soma comforting whisper aaitk "The ana that abaU carry thee aaf to hUa Vbea thou crossest the tide of death.' It Christ la HU mortal hoar Had-&eed of the chosen three. To watch with Hira tbroacb the awfal throea Of HU dread Getbsemano, Oh. aarely Hie homaa heart Will pity aad understand Ttuvt apeoohleM yearalns. too deep for words, For the "toach of the vaulehed handr Margaret J. Preatoa In Harper's Baser...

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. — 9 September 1891

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER VOL VTT -NO Cl (ARIZONA MIXEU. KttublUlin! March , 1804.) uu. ax iiv -O JARIZOXA JOURNAL, KtabHh?rt J874. J PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1891. PRICE, TEN CENTS. ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER POWER PRINTING HOUSE. The Anion Journal-Miner U published every day in the year except Sunday. The ArirottH AA'eekly Journal-Miner I puDiinnea every tuneeday, at rreacott, tLt cvuug nwui itJU iviUKJ By the Arizona Publishing: Company. J. V. jl.vttxi, Manager. TERMS: Daily, per year, la advance io 00 Daily, per .month. i 00 iaiij, uuiirnu uy earner u) cuy eulMCrib- erf", per week , 55 Weekly, per jwr 4 w Weekly, tux months. 2 50 eeLiy, uuvu luuuuti.... ........ 1 25 Single copy q CeAdvertising Rates made known on atinllca- Palmer & Rey, Tribune Building. New York. fanner x I toy. uaa xrancuco. L. P. Fiher, Merchant's Eschans. Fran, cisco. Where tho paper i kept en file. Secret Societies. TVANHOK COXMANDERY No. KNIGHTS TEMPLAR. Ktfl rn- clave nrst rnaay o: ac...

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. — 9 September 1891

am i i if! f- - .IK- : ARIZONA J 0 U KN AL-M1N BR .1. C. MAKTIN. l.Mllor. WEDNESDAY, . SEPT. 9, ISO lllTOUl.l. XOTKS. Gorinauyhas removed tho embargo against Amorionn pork. Tho green glass furnaces of Now Jersey have all started up again. Groat sufforing from f ami no is re ported in some portions of Russia Tombstone's thirty day wonder, tho nudo mau, has taken his de parture. The constitution makors will as somblo in convention in Phonix on Monday. Detectives think that tho Daltons made tho attempt to rob tho train at at Modesto. The alleys, streets and back yards should bo kept in a cleau condition to avoid disease. Secretary of tho treasury Foster has gone to his home in Ohio for a two weeks' vacation. Tho victorious Chilians are now preparing to shoot the defeated adherents of Balmaceda. George Christ will commence the organization of republican clubs in this territory about October 1st. Susan G. Cooke, of Tennessee, has been elected porniauent secretary of the Lady Managers of ...

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. — 9 September 1891

I om Wednesday s Daily. til f UUt V V 1 r:i::n ,.niii,i nrr frtrMrrlit A I nluiN nr. rrtmirtsted to bo onismif IlOrO lias uujm iuui suunci ... 11... i 5 nttornoon wuicn uuuiou iuo at i -i f vou want a ijoou siass oi oeor at any saloon that soils Lamp s boor. iw mailing eau oo uau av mis oiuoo. ofol JlurKO arrivals. a jioiukcu J C Xead, St. Louis: Fred A 11.. T f Pnndnl T .rw Anmilnc ohn JJock was arrested today rged with assaulting Jacob Mef no win uavo uis uearing to- pmn "1 f iVnlnrilr ! r i , roieci, 3 our uuuuiuy nuui ngut- j bv buyiug tuo celebrated Muu ightuiug conductor Irom V. A essrs. reezo ana Moans com- cod takinc orders vostorday for turner rods and secured orders for olden Kule Chapter JNo. 1, U. 12. ni 1 1 It -kill t mmiihi1 cf ntnl moj-t - r T 11 mi i m jaasonic nail, on .tuursaay, i l o.l oni i o ... tj r of the V. M. Angio 15. Browu, itary. match gamo of ball for a purso a side is being talked of be- . - V V 1&V& mw-wr. succeed in completing arrange- is lor ...

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. — 9 September 1891

(1KXKKAL. NKW'S. John S. Durham has boon appoiut oil minister resident and consul at llayti. Ho is a colored man and is now consul at San Domingo. Tho Govormnont Sugar lnspeoto for California reports tho Chiuo sugar factory now at work with a capacity of 60,000 pounds daily. Tho product of tho throo boot sugar factories now in operation in that stato will bo 14,000,000 this year. Edison has an idea that when electricity is so thoroughly utilized as to banish darkness from tho earth mankind will quit sleeping. When ho is busy amid his lights ho can got along with fourteen hours sleep a week. The Louisville Times says that if tho democratic national conven tion next vear wero delegated to nominate tfio republican candidate for president it would not bo Blaine, and jf tho republican national con vention wow delegated to nomiuato the democratic candidate it would not bo Cleveland. The latest idea in regard to regu lating the liquor trafhe is one em bodied iu a bill recently introduced i...

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. — 9 September 1891

ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER SU PPLEMENT. BOOTS W SHOES -.iI3,h?.v'm,uOr W Uvrxi-riiiM.otUufor rl jar nUl4llifc1vnt"aukkwi"aodwi hvo tinlly m-uW down lo thm j iSP0 Jl'ttl t tlie JtvjuitvciuEU of tlU wvllo for itjl t&J We Have the Best Men's Boots and Shoes to be Had in the United States ! WH HAVE MSO A LARGE STOCK OF LADIES' SHOE WUICR ' art th lt ami ot Klylixh to a1, and nv ha itio errant of the country in Boj, Mi, ad CtdUnru' School and Dm 8hw i We Have a Very Complete Slock of Ladies' mil Children's Oxfords and Slippers. Our jrirv ar try olov We rr now prvpjir-d to tfirn oar own tuu"-ifitr lu . with "Ti'ry jir of boot anl uun w wll. D. J. Sullivan & Co. ThoW.&W. HAS TAKEN FIRST PREMIUM at every STATE and C0UNJFY FAIR AT WHICH IT HAS SEEN EXHIBITED. Oa.ll and See Them. For rale and cm exhibition at PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. Paa&c Coast Main Oilier . . 1 30H MnrkK t SAN KKA.VISCO. CAL. SdlA.CI-irinES -r-JCH-AJSTG EIX 3F"Pnrt of Machines and Needles for all Machines furnished ..f...

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. — 9 September 1891

A MAN, A GUN AND A MOOSE. All Thre In the Heart of the Maine Wood, anil Nothing- Happened. We draw off to tho middle of the bay, perhaps 600 yards across. The sun Is down, and in the dusk every stump ro solves itself into a deer. You seo white talk and horns, and they move. Bat at last a stick back in tho woods cracks. That's the real tiling! Is it a deer t Is it a moose? Is it coming in? Another crack then stillness. Next In the wa ter, way out in tho woods, Is a black, dusky thing, really moving tills time. The boat starts of its own accord to meet tho black thing. It looks now like a ram, for there is something whitish about its odd head, and It is "sloshing" through the water, making a noise you think must frighten it out It's no deer. It's too black, You can't tell the site, for it teems in definitely fflx off at a dream distance, At last it itops, and standing well out In the water begins to feed. You can not remember how it got so, but it is now a full grown black bull moose,...

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. — 16 September 1891

r y- 1 :9 Wm- WStiWWStSIKCA i "I II ii II I i 'Win "'I Ml ill. III II II m I 111 I 1 1 I ! II A lRIZONS' WEEKLl' JOURNAL- MINER. rOL.YlI NO 24 I0XA JOURNAL-MINER &0WER PRISTIXG HOUSE. Arlaon Journnl-Mlucr is miV.ii.vl c Uy u t- year exeunt Sunday. ATiioiiR i ecuiy Jouruui-aiincr is tied vrery Wtlalay. at PrcwStt. tho r &s.u cf lavavai coaaty. he Arizona Publishing Company. r J. V. MAIiTTX. Mauarcr. .icav-iia: , pct yrar, inadyjuico JlO 00 ,) month 100 . UCuVcnxl b carrier to city suUcrib- .wr vook 25 My. 1 -v Jtvir X 00 Hr. i-ix month 2 50 tly, irw months 125 ' WW XI) "A iw ins Rates mado known oa anpUca- lu w otiieo or at the xoiiovnnK nsvacie: a?r .t Kry, Tribnne Huildins, New York. I hit A ly, bui Itancisco. , 1 ..or. JJcrchaat Exchauco, Fraa- we ttt paper is kept on file. Secret Societies. rVMIOK COMMANDEKY No. S, hNiWHTS TKMPLAlt. KtatoJron- c'sot fcit Friday ot C-achtnontU. Pilgrim oir nxu&iii nranwuNJ im i.ra. A. G. OLIVElt, E. C , Lsifi-.1T, Recorder. . 'V. i;ila...

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. — 16 September 1891

i f V.i?fc;.-';V.: i 4 riH i '' "-, .- VS. fetCS.-.- ARIZONA JOURN.VL-!dINER Judge Cooley has resigned from iuo lmersiaie commerce commission. J. C. MAKTIX. KQltor. m, ; m-l..w Krn vaontimnd ni.-.nmciul WEDNESDAY... KIUTOKIAL KOTES. General Clarkson is talked of as the new secretary of war. Tho whereabouts of Balmacoda puzzles the victorious Chileans. Dalton and Dean havo been fully identified as the Ceres train robbers Tho New York republicans have nominated J. Sloat Fassett for gov ernor. Minister Egan has established friandly relations with tho now ?T7!PT Ifi 1891 by the death of a member, tho otlier I i if ..11 41.- ......iv.-.. uy Itrsiy iiiinuu. ii uu iuu uiumuiua of the commission wore to dio or re sign and tho vacancies romaiu un filled the country would bo just as well off. If thoro over was a fifth wheel added to a four-wheeled gov ernment vehicle tho intorstato com merce commission is a good illustra tion of it. No practical beneficial results havo over boon obtained from...

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. — 16 September 1891

r Ir (11 LUU LVUIV W WJ t lra sry rf finite" T,S (fill uuuuvi4m nua it w-t- -rrtrvTn r- - 1 . 1 to-day for shipment. 1 1 L 111 V4 luv BWiUW nt. tho oucra houso on Fri- I 1' 1 itll AW aw..USt . J T1 ail is m charge oi mejuvus Boston Photo Car and boo at Eastern prices. isutu n ut cm . iuk uuu x i : r T r T7 l from Fritz Jessen to Geo. I 1111. L 11 ITl I U. UllljA LUllLl- ii i l. T,wl r L'aia luiuc nwui w Harry Bnsley for tho resi- nn iiv r. a iormcr. lias ooon i r - ! i j i c. rri nnt intr contest at Phenix members of tho Phenix mpany, Adjutant General o scorowith tho lowest. . Tfll 1 1 . AlVIX UUU KAXJ UUV M1U IUU bolt tho company doing so a i rt-.i - io uo somo uoev running. i t i m t 1. AUlilt ..aw UU t UUiUUUb LU mi i a 1 J J J hi. i auuii-h in i mi .ii . J 11 A 1 11. I lIIM' 1 1 II IliriMUl lfc f II I A f rintr patrons to aud from i- iiwirv i 1 1 it ii i wriri." tiiiii 1- -11 1 i in in it-? .nil i riiiTi iiiin (I I MM I f - x iuii:iii:u xjiiixtiuiiu 1 1 1 11. n uio marriage in o...

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. — 16 September 1891

e IIa!tnvauiiH Nt. Away up on tho hotul waters of this nneiont rivor. this is about as dry a timo as tho oldost inhabitant remembers. Although there have bean numerous thunder storms dur ing a month past, aud the streams have been on the rampage, and grass has grown luxuriantly, yet not enough rain has fallen to raise tho streams permanently, and several of the never-failing springs haw dried up. The Senator mill lias only been running on half time for more than a month, for lack of water, and con sequently only a few men are uow at work. The Commercial Mining Co., have recently got tho machinery for a sampling works which they propose to set up, and when water comes, to purchase all concentrating ores that aro rich enough to pay for hauling and to send the concentrations to their smelter at Coppor Basin. The proposition is very eneouragiug to the outsido miners, as there are largo quantities of that class of ore in the vicinitv not rich enough to send through the Prescott Sampling ...

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. — 23 September 1891

, ' - mm iwiiiiwii i win iiiiiiiwm imiii i ii i iimm mi hi iii i ' i h i im i i i i ii h n tm m i in i i i i 11 i i niii i aw . - .-rsgrsf. ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL ! VOL. VII NO 5 iH5!225' MIXE,:- ttilaMI.lied March 9. 1804,) ARIZONA JOUBNAL-mER POWER PRINTING HOUSE. Hio Arizona loui unl-Miner is imblished TTy (uj iu uiu jiiitr exoeiH OUUOAT. tt . !.... II' ... " . . . pnVinheii every etlnes.Iaj', county Kit of Yavapai county. Jiie uiwnin nrmiT .1 OUritnl-.UIllCr at .Prescott, the Iy the Arizona Publishing Company. J. v. JlAl.TIX. .Maunjcr. TE11MS: Daily, per year, in advance $10 00 Da. ly, per mouth 100 uauy, ueiivcreo. Dy carrier to city subscrib er, per week 05 Weekly, per year 4 ft) Weekly, six months 50 Weekly, three months 15 Binslocopy 10 Cff-AilyertiKinc Ilates made known on applica tion to this office or at the. following aeencies: rainier & Key, Tribune KniMing, Now York. 1 "aimer & Key. San Francisco. L. I". Piihcr, Merchant's ibtchango, Fran cisco. Where the paper...

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. — 23 September 1891

ARIZONA JOUMAL-MINER J. C. M.VUTIX, Editor. WEDNESDAY SEPT. 23, 1891 KlUXOUIL NOTES. Japan has 2,000 nowspapors. Not a singlo journal oxisted thoro twouty five years ago. Tho gato receipts of the Aibu querquo fair aggrogatod about$6,000 for tho weok or an avorago of noarly $1,000 per day. Tho largest receipts wero on Thursday, $ 1.834. and tho smallest on Saturday, $400. Tho government rainmakers havo reached El Paso and everything will b put in order for the grand tost on September 17th instead of loth, be cause matorials from Now York will oot roach hero until thon. A San Francisco dispatch says that Col. "William Harnoy, killed in tho Tehachipi collision, was one of tho best known citizens of tho south west and a niombor of tho Board of Education. Ho arrived thoro in 1859 from Now York. Tho woman suffragists of Phonix aro at it again. Mrs. Johns, of Kansas, is thoir champion, ably backed by Mrs. Hollonbeck and Mrs. Goddard of Phonix. This trio of tho petticoat ballot system, divi...

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. — 23 September 1891

In Its Worst Torm "White Syrelling" Cured. Tho rernsrkablo effect of Hood's Sarsa parilla in the following case illustrates the power of thli medicino over all blood d li aises. "My son, 7 years old, had & white swel ling come on his rlsht leg below tho Vnce, which contracted tho muscles so that his les was drawn np at right angles. Physi cians lanced tho swelling, which dis charged freely, but did not belphlin mate rially. I considered him -.V1.v-. I was about to tate hha to Cincinnati for to be taken on, and began giving hlra Hood's Sarsaparilla in order to pet up hia strength. The medicine woke up his appe tite, and soon pieces of bone were dis charged from the sore. We continued with Hood's Sarsaparilla, as it ecined to bo doing him so much good, and the discharge .from tho Mr decreased, the swelling went down, the leg straightened out, and in a few months ho had perfect use of his lez. Ho is now apparently as well as ever." Jons L. McMokray, Notary Public, Ra xenswood, W. V...

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. — 23 September 1891

mrnn . - r - --i .sua BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBiPiP COnitKSVONDESCE. The Ieatli of fr. Copcland. Central Verde, Soptombor 16th, 1S01. Our commimitv was crenily .hocked n four davs aco to hoar of the horriblo doathof Grandpa Copo land. an acred and hiirhlv esteemed gentleman living with his daughter on Beaver croek. Ono vreok ago to day he loft hor house and went to a neighbor, Lonny Bristow, to borrow his horse and cart, intending to go to Camo Verdo tho following day. His daughter, Sirs. Cliff, exported him back on the same day on which he left homo, but as oveumg camo on and the sun went down without his roturu, she concluded that ho would pass tha night at Mr. Bris tow's and felt no uneasiness about him. Somo timo after dark she thought she heard tho cart wheels, and fearing that hor father might have somo difficulty in finding tho house sho sot a lamp in tho yard to guide him homo. A little while aftor Mr. Vandoron, who lives near Mrs. Cliffs, heard a noiso as of some thing falling ov...

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. — 30 September 1891

1 1 hhmi irriT'iirrt r nilirrrrir i riiil'Wl'liA'ryn"itTrl'T ' ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER If! 11 VOL.VTC NO 26 RBONA JOOTvNAL-JUNER POWER PKIXTIXG HOUSE. IThe Arlna Journnl-Mlnrr is published t?ry clay uie year except ounuay. Lllii) Ariinua Weekly .lourtial-Mliier in nbmhtxl overy eunuay, at. nvbcott, uio Bunty nat of Yarapai county. ly me Arizona i uuumuu -wOiuimuy. . c J. C. JIAKXir. .Uanai-or. TERMS: ally, per yoar, inndvanco $10 00 lily. per month .. 1 00 ilv. deliveml bi carrier to city subscrib er, per week 25 Pwlrlr. ixr rear 4 00 it-ofcly, six months 2 SO fevkly, three months 1 25 S'ocopy v 4i!vortlA;nffKats . ado known on annlica- n to this office or at tho following acpncu Palmer Alley. Trilmno ltu'lding, Jow York, , I- 1 ' .... 12a. VMtt.lGMl rainnr a. jki . Y ., fWh'ere the paper kept on file. Secret Societies. TVANUOE (X)illlAJil)Eui No. S, I ,.r. itnu rrL.l 1)1 lit I j(J clave firt.t Friday of each month. 1'ilsrim KirKnJuhtKcourtponsly invited. A. U. OL1VEK, E. C. . ...

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. — 30 September 1891

ARIZONA JOURNAL-jriNER .1. C. M.VKTIN. Kdltor. i WEDNESDAY . . .-..SEPT. 30, 1891 KnlTOKlAI. SfOTKS. 3L M. Estonia talked of for a cabinet position. "Triplo R" Burchard, ho of Rum, Romanism aud Rebellion fame, is dead. Who knows? It may not bo long until wo shall have tho State of Hawaii. Chile is said to bo getting her "back up" towards tho United States. In some sections of Kansas the republicans and democsats havo combined to give tho Allianco peo ple a political drubbing. The constitutional convention is working up an instrument which will prove veryexpeusivo should Ari zona be admitted as a state. Through the influence of the Prin cess of Monaco, the Monte Carlo gambling rooms aro to bo closed and eonvorteil into a home for con sumed ives. Major McKinloy receives an en thusiastic oration wherever ho speaks. Tho political atmosphere in Ohio looks very bluo for tho democratic party. Major McKinley spoke recently to S,000 people at Piqua, Ohio. Ho was decorated with a tin badge ma...

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. — 30 September 1891

1 -v -y' . - -. - ,kwm rnrTT it -n in in " - -J- TT .-if t T . . a copy of tho Weekly Jour- nek, poonsneu to uay, 10 pn is. i . Steen was lodged iu jail ternoon by Deputy Marshal Brown. unntMPt, lor tno lounclation rf Methodist church was let i U 1 . O i t..1 : . 1 T Tr Gillespie, Congress; John n n'K"iv.f Kilvnr "Rulf..T k H Fisher, baeratnento. nskms. dr. J.iarsiau: Ueo St Louis: James Shea, . T TT Plin,n: filimn. T.t... T -.... TT 'V:H.-.,-.VIl .1 the judgment held by tho Arizona against him in tho 37.000, which amouut he paid them. In consequenco all sale," is off. J. X. Witherell, i i :i r a i -..j - t Ml IIIMl II III! I'l I'fliril 111 II inn in tiii ti7iifiri nsinn i 1 1 . a r i Happy HouMcrA. Tiramons, postmaster of Ida- j r i tkLiiv,.f.k r ii ii .11 i f"I IIIl I II Ill'l I. 111! 1 Hill. II. II I i 1 r il.-i i 1 arisiufr from Kidnov and cman, of same place, says: ixt j i a i. 1. i innrnn . r t ii tt t nil i rm i t ,U11U -ik t VI V, a J like a new man. J. W. 1 3 1 i i - t r i....

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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