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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 3 November 1886

WW I. ."X5S-r-W .a : t vTHtMK III 1 1 llll III III I - .Cfi.-i'.1-: '-. - " JflHHHHBBHgC. ARIZ T? I?' 17 URNA j i 11 A VOL. XXII No 31. PRESCOTT. A.RIZOXA WEDNESDAY, -nOVEJIBEII 3, I88G. PRICE TEN CENTS. ONA W JO i v.?. i p-r- WKV IK V? 1 - i J( ft ri riiit Atlantic & Pcc flc Railroad TIME SCHEDULE. 1-U-H 7 it.. It - pt h 1 i 0 5 p u 4 II J17 - 17 pl- 1 ll p 1. II p I. ItfSS pu M nu ; . 1 U- lot . I. 1 7 111 iH.'.m -.. - Iu Si a o . C"oll.-r . .1 .o.ata O !iup. 1.11 a l. 10 .Tl a 11 Ilk U . Ia-r'l.tn I-34 p ft 111' p rt S tip ii 4 51 nil .Nav.il rl ut;irM Win C-ih.u lu o. -..Kin J- -r 'Wi.itin. . a.Ii K -r. I'-aju ir u-. ll?tct rry-. Kiiniiiiu ra .s--lo. ... La i "- CSIpn. ID9I ijop i 1 " a 3-4a r. IJia n IW in li.ui - u I IS pn. 3 i" it loop o Ii p n. (lipu. 1 1 pu . -. . 9 3) in ."nr 14 45 p Ii ..t. ii H.rtt'.w. I'.fin tia.nl -Man it'.- r .mo- -.- Stu Li V ..pHl ! .. Nl k it. --... If 4 -a ii J. I- .... !. J.-l Htatl'Mia. I tiroa. ti -eie to all mo-art amen .- e-.' add ! o.i -...

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. — 3 November 1886

We doult if Hon. T. J. Butler has been ii the terr.tjry as long as E. J. Cook lias held office. As Mr. Buler is not a randidiU for any olfice and bc :i Jes the cast ng of 1 is ballot not Tues day i tiling but Ji.tle iater&t in the pal tics of the county, just why his name should be dragged into tac cam paign, as a parallel case to Mr. Coot, who has lived off the ccutty for twelve jcars. drawirg in that time some $6o, ceo from the tax payers and now asViag for another two years feed from the pub lic crib the man of average iatcllifiencc can scarcely understand. Ioa-tcr Smith tliustctl people by his Lomluct during bis now forgotten visit to Prcfcott. He said be could iniluence Congress- to do as be wished. A full llolgctl M. C. from the Empire State cannot accomplish half what Mr. Smith said he would if elected. He di.-pensed a great deal of hannL't wind for be has no more tbow of genius to Congress tban the ordinary democrat lias of get ting to Heaven. The unwashed are tr-mbling ...

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. — 3 November 1886

AU2IU WEEKL? WKD5E3DAT. NOVEMBER 3, 18M. LOCAL NOTES. From Thursday's Duly. Work is being rapidly pushed on the grade of dlhe . A, A. C. K. B. across the reservation. Gen. Miles ha been more than friendly to the enterprise and has given his official aid unreservedly when requested, for which our citizen are grateful. Vice President Tritle lias giv en the matter his attention and time and all difficulty in reference to right of way, etc., has been overcome. Complaint was recently made that the clerk of the board of supervisors had absented himself from his office for elec tioneering purposes. The duties of the clerk of the board docs not require him to be in lib office all the time. The office of the county treasurer however is supposed to be open at the present time when Uses are due and payable but for a day or two the iron doors of the office were closed while the county treasurer was out hunting votes for a re-election. We happened into the reading room which ex-Gov. Tritle is fi...

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. — 3 November 1886

a 'I . CAPITAL PRIZE $75,000. XI. tskai-ea la pro-Mart laa. kn Stale terj to:: -We do hereby ertify that w snper-1.. the arranrtmeota f..r ail tbe Monthly n. Quart eily Diawlncs or lb Ixmlslam Htale I-oitery Compur. and In person man a-and control ths Iralne tberoelv-. it 1 that the same ate con lnced with lionet ty falrnrn.and In rood faith toward ail pal ;a.aud weanthorire-ths Company to o this certificate, with f&o.unlles ol onr slcna luiat attached. In its advertisement.' We the n-iderslrntd Banks and banker will par all Prizes drawn In The Louisiana fclate lotteries uhics. taj be pre. enUdal Our coaaUra. Pres. Louisiana National Bank J. W. MILKXKTH. Pres. State Jiational Bank. A HlaA-MlX. Pres. New Orleans National Bask IncrrroratM in If tvr 3 yeir by b Let a. mure for edncatlonal a"Q Chr'!bl l.urput-a with aesptia! ofirfti0j9X) U which a r-arrve Xuad ofovr JiX'xW l- aliice her aJdU. Ky D OTerwhelml-'C jwipolarrote l'a fraa. bluriu mailr a oar: of the preae.it Stt- Couatltu...

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. — 10 November 1886

. aL-----a-aw sssrssr -'5c iniMiiMiii 1 1 iiw ii 111 urn rwrrrwt - -- r ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL VOL. XXII No 32. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA W EDXESD AY, NOVEMBER 10. 186G. PRICE TEX CEXTS. MINER. INDIGESTION mmmM wtim A iKtM cU-dc rf -;:i er tmnK Ii cu c-r.1 if tie rc-vOj Is a;- 4 U- t-rcr t.4-.ki cxtcpt Hirabcry JVi li t dart"; j ticTtfl t2ip p. cr'toUit--ecna t- Ijt ocr-io i tio f j l '.',rt f-.TmA la -U l.'wi'. 13 cat. DR. FUNT'SHaRI REKEOY. Vba ;ho Heart. Kir7 -irf nr-li. i'cn am it a Lc-i j. a!) bcr ' - Trm ui-ai- -w iotj . w - n - i . ,1. t ... ..- rW V M EV ...... T mar nnjj jfa.e hi re, ; t-i-,rri. At U D-is; ora-Jrc-. J. C. MACIC & CO.. riox. g - - -fSJlt Cu- - - -'WW Ctf.'TU PSIZc S75.( "W do bireuv rT:f U;al -J,. lbs irr-un Hi ' X r ' Jd" ' Qaartoily lrwl!o 't II'- ni;e lIIcri tVimiavnj. ud j f . '-! mad coulro! to DrJr:& t" " rtl tliaitlU' iu" toi iuc - u ty.flrnrJ. fcnUln gool fitb r k 1 t r tiei od wo -tnlhome 'b Comi v i Wc the oi denslifuit! httii rd Uul"" III rr sll I...

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. — 10 November 1886

J 1 . J? mm WEEKLY J3uMUL-MU. J C Martim, Editi. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1SSG A Card. The undersigned, editor of this paper, left tliis morning for a few days absence, on a trip along the 1. t A. C. R. R. and Atlantic fc Pacific railroad on lUiness conected with the paper and for a little recreation. During my absence the pa per will be in charge of E. C. Smith who is authorized to transact all business cpaected with this paper. J. C. Martin. Hear that do ye? Now every body who knows thenuelves lawfully indebt ed to this daily paper had tetter hurry Tip and settle up, before the old man gets back. To those to whom wo are indebt ed, if there arc any, and we dont think there arc, we would say, stay away, or if -yon do come around don.t mention it. Talk about the weather, tell u about your rich mines, your new goods, or in fact most any subject will bo of more interest than tackling finances. It is jaring on our nerves. We are easy thrown into fits, and nothing is so apt to do' it as t...

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. — 10 November 1886

ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 10. 1RS6 LOCAL NOTES. From Thursday's Daily. C.W. Beach i in town from the grace. J. S. Bullock i expected in Fretcott tc-.norrow. Workmen are itill in demand on tbe railroad. Mm. II. E. Farrington arrived from Plienix lut evening. Tonto basin has the catting vote as to who will be the next sheriff! Over fort v mile of track baa now been laidon our railroad. The funeral of Mrs. S. C. Reese oc curred this afternoon. "Cactus of the heart" is the latest mal ady discovered. Out of the entire number of tickets voted in Prescott there were less than fifty straight tickets of cither party. A jwsteffiee has been established at Pretcott Junction, with James Daly as postmaster. Wm. Campbell has resigned his posi tion as "corral boss" at Whipple, to go to San Antonio, Texas. Texas fever is Mid to be raging among the cattls in the southern part of the territory. We had a number of very fine joke prepared for after election, but really the result is too...

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. — 10 November 1886

if r mm JOURNAL-MINER. WEDNESDAY. XOVEMUEK 10. ISA! f'sws Kotes and Comments. And no-x the merchant wary WiJI !eetr it iwo:iry To liAvcan ailvcrtimcat well displayed, playol, ilarcl, Wilhiu tlio best of lujicrs Tor tliemV tli" urojur cajfrs B nliicli to catch the comis winter trade, trade, trade." Exchange. Quit; a !u!l after the stoirn. Silver ii quoted it 99 T4' in New York. There were 15,163 chattel mortgages filed in New Yoik tac fust halt of iSS5. Sar.Fnncisco had three female cand: d:trs for school directors The cavy department offers a p:hc cf $15,033 for the Icil design fcr a war slip- Tons and tons of grapes have been fttwir. on the ises ia Northern New j dirt ti,at both Bean and Cordis have York. ! been defeated by considerable major:- Several of the British war slips re'ies-. Th,e lature will also be demc- aidto have their walls coast rucudof Pinei. 1 ,t,, ,,,1 Mt,.J The money valu changing hnnds weekly in N?w Yoik is $4,050,00?. A good flux for soldering iron, brass, c:f...

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. — 17 November 1886

t'4 Is I X." ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL Vol. xxii No 33. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, .NOVEMBER 17, 1886. I-RICE, lENCllNgs. HEARTJJjSEASE. V'an!4a r- Tut Cuar Enrerr ltii liCaUsuWC. Cl tia 1,1 tconiai knon f bead aca i.mji it oCUa imaUnt uyn Ua I sart. axucittKS ajrrena .waj. M aoa t r-j-j Ca dtlia: t-a drrr .arty flr.nvri'simt T. rtriT naarx him at cm a r.-. . . I tic xi 3 prcncal UmL r- . nr. L-x, i-'- la r'ifrtii cr aju&i. 03Iiit:M DC- Tun'l I!iitT EzxST. St Sl.lt:.!. r..T3 13 am cl d2jiiaa, calsw Cij cu. ji rv3, ar.l Ir ececAie rat t.t tb I . . trikix cll.fr rnDe&ea f-Zot! to rull cxTreHef a oaUd laf . i t-i 2 v; clmil.'lnn. ud la 't uj-. ft i. rw.'ff trail - .a; er aiUnr; MBUBG FIGS. ViW t -- J i Jc-."'- .iiAi.rti.Ra VFiOtf iiti. .-.Jr for t uciiMUm. in fijrttjpa. p 1- ."1 IiTcr i"tri--;nl, hich u j i.', -...,. ta t-!:c xi .i c3ctlv la . aci VT aE Hnasea; tlita j. J. MACK & CO, 9 aii It Front 3"-. Uan Trsnclseo. Cat. UL To Taxpayers. Notice is her-ibv given that your T...

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. — 17 November 1886

X" V- i. f -t. i ' i. Marti. Etlitur. WEDNESDAY. X0VEMHER17, 1SSC Mr. Bayard's Threat. Jsmes-A. lizard, Scmury of Arzc. r.a, and a stir, cf Thomas F. Bayard, .Secretary of Sut?, (Prime Ministir) in Grover Cleveland's cabinet, pub.i'hes a card in this morning's issue of our cor teraporary in which he threatens to :c ittute an immediate prossculian for raaliciaus libel against the editor of the Jeur-;.t-MixER, unless a ceitiin charge U inimcJituly withdrawn by us. As Mr. Bayard tas the charge hasoccuried a seiis of articles coveting a space cf three weeks, without specifying datcr, ve are unable to know exactly what he watts rttracted, and canno: immechtely withdraw all the assertions that may have been made in that time He refers to one specific stitemer.t ia the issue of he 13th. This article was written during the absence of the cd.tor, but upon in vestigation we have found that i: was written and published on what the writer thought was reliable SLthoiity, and on what we think is ...

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. — 17 November 1886

mm weekly WE DXE5DAY. NOVEMBEE 17. 1R3J Thursday's Daily. Ma TKellcy is still advertising for tic c tiiew, teamsters and graders. Ben has a bad dog. Mary has a pet lamb. TeUBill to sell it. Jt is about time Aacher, the mau sent to Albuquerque for 100 men to work on the A. P. i C. railroad was back with , tnem. , The Hoof and Horn came out a little late, but the boys had to celebrate the election of its proprietor as probate judge. They promise promptness here after. A. H. Wright, who so long held dawn cases in this office has takon his depart ure for Caliioania to see his wife who is there in ill health. He is a good prin ter and may the best of luck attend him. Briggs Goodrich and some of the dem ocratic newspapers are crying out fraud, and talking about contesting. Five illegal votes against such a man would be harder to find than fifty for him. "Sunny where i your father.?" "Guess lie's down to sheol by thit time." "Sheol!" "Yes sheol. Mother said he wa going to sheol as fast a h...

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. — 17 November 1886

mm WEEKLY JODBUUHBa J Martin. Editor. Wednesday, novembeuit, issc W.D.Howells Habits of Work. Mr. Howells was iery modest in spcaVin of his work and old roe he did net believe in the word genius. He thought, he said, that he had a natural bent towards literature and that his suc cess had been due to hard wort He does not believe that long terms of in tellectual activity are beneficjal.anci says ih.t they are injuiious to the writer. He works ryl.t aiortg the year round, and prefers to take bis rest day by day rather than in a lump. In response to questions as to his habits of work Mr. Howclls said: "I dc vcte my mornings to writing, I rise about 7, breakfast at 9, and then go to work. I eat the usual American break fast and don't find that a good hearty meal-disagrees with my labors. I did think at one time when I came back from Europe that I would keep up the foreign custom of a light breakfast of coffee and rolls, But I dropped it afte a time. It is not adapted to our climate 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. — 24 November 1886

JOURNAL-MINER. VOL. XXII No 34. PBESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24. 1886. PRICE TEN CENS ARIZONA WEEKLi DR. FLINTS RT REMEDY. nth flrsit ! developed r WB t'l'V chttttic,j iTv f ern i?iV b citrftf. Let him ba turoect tbe iiOYj nulrnn ot thu ana ot tndden k a vWl"! rtoeJr ones it wfl eon jou. ci-SO. li? ltaU w HAMBURG FIGS. vi It li c".fn .rrj difSco'A U Wl wtt d cVjcf a UTe to sit. a rr youae; et" 'f-A '. tcrr from cctipat Ion. The Vcsyy eiia to at ! " rtrfealr i t plMM to Uka i. . lr S3 ccfiU. Aillrj;'.i; cr Wren J.J. MACK A CO., 9 sd II ri St., Baa r.-acco. CaL W. B. Palmee E. F. Sloas P LAZ A Livery andFeed STABLES. SoDtlieast corner of Plaza. Pirst Class Bigs to Had at all times. Private conveyances to all points in Yavapai' county. GIVE US A CALL. PALMER fc SLOAX, Prop's, n-ltf TOM BIN KEE, i'roprietcr Chinese and Japan, ese Bsziar hs removed to lint k Budding on West side oF Granite street next to the Chinese Joss House. A Full Line Of Chinese and Japanese Goods on hand,...

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 November 1886

UIZOU WEEKLY JOfiBULUKl. J. C Martin. Editor. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1886 JOURNALISTIC VERACITY. It is considered a smart thing by some people to decry the veracity of the public press. Men who boast that they would not believe any'hing they saw in a newspaper are frequently met, That - the men who conduct newspapers are as truthful and worthy of belief as the arexage of any "profession we are firm ly convinced. Monumental liars and petty liars, are to be found in every vo cation of life. That the reputation given newspapers for being unreliable, is to a certain extent, the fault of the press it self there is no doubt. There are men found in the profession whose only answer to argument or political criticism is found in the one stereotyped word, 'lie." When argument fails them the "lie" is given. Editors are human and are liable to err and are liable to be im posed on, and are liable to make mis takes, but the uncharitable critic who is generally immaculate in his own es timation f...

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 November 1886

tiizem ieeilt WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 24. IRSe Fkom Thursdays Daily. Mrs. H. M. Hughe U quite 31. Eastern Star lodge "meet to-night. Xow is the time to advertise holiday goods. W. H. Hatcher came in on this after noon's stage. Seven passengers camo in on this afternoon's coach. Only n week till Thanksgiving. Bring along your turkeys. George H. Tinker was elected a jus tice of the peace at Flagstaff- Mineral Park will have a big masquer ade ball on Thanksgiving night. CoL J. G. Alcbrigbt, of the Albuquer que Democrat, left for home to-day. J. L Fisher lus just received a ten ton lot of corn which he will sell cheap. J. Q. Adamson, member of assembly elect from Apache eounty, is in town. The republican of Mohave county elected seven out of ten county officials. The funeral of Isaac Bland took place this afternoon at 4 o'clock from the Wal do house. Quite a number of our citizens are taking in the Pbenix fair, in progress this week. Judge John Haynes of Tucson will take uu his residence sh...

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 November 1886

' m - - 1 - - - 1- ---sJ- 1 " 1 11 US n. .1 i v f: r ' r 1 : ARUOIU WEOtU JOURMAL-MiMEi Marti, Editor. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 21, 1SSG News Notes and Comments. Our troons arc forbidden to enter Mexico. Ex-President Arthur's funeral occurred t day. Joseph's majority in New Mcmco.is San Francisco" has twenty murderers in her jiiL The New Mexico legislature will con vene December.: 7 th. Eastern excursionists are now heading for California to spend the winter. Minister Phelps and Serrttiry (tht big secretary) Uayard are slightly at outs. One hundred wh:t; American balies have already been named "Grover Cleveland." The Island of Barbados., with an area cf ico.Goo ceres, has a population ol over 1 75, ceo souls. fpBattc. M. T., is a city of -o,co3 people-, cntitely depending on mining, 5,ooo nJaers heing employed. The msj.rity og-inst J. D. Lynch, of t"ie Los Angeles Herald, is only fifty teven votes. The president has restored Benton as Urited district attorney for the western district of ...

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 December 1886

A J ZONA JOURNAL-MINER. VOL. XXII No 35. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER l. 1886. PRICE TEN CENTS WEEKLY fatal: Do too know that a pain in V kft abooldtr crimiU a aj-n ol h;ari illajajul It h: and that na ny ban pnauawd ttr towWil a 2dal urn tnatxn tiumdi czciwr 1 1. ajm a PXJXrS HEABI i r tX etc. ShwtRissiflriitlvJX? Uw owi. nJihUtico cl the heart, abonajaaa of Urath, Uaai. tac. rata In tlie left ihooldar or arm, Jooc tba jr tnca U heart dlwue, sad call lor tia ha air dta us of Dr. rurr' Hun Raanr. liiUiJdla core the cCusioa W ot Urupnr, . xhit dee in m casta to oaW d-am U tM !.rrt it (rtmral d.-ctatkm. A jtiata, $1.50. i -ifiar treatise vilh tacn uort . UHIIC Htt. Probably M aneh ilniT i (Voj tabfflal luaH.aaimarraaanyaai J& osntott&iteidkwattBaUdr,! cna ius to toia lha martilno that; an-. Ir preKritxd- Hamburg i"gr wtta tinaand Sc. cbrcio thil dlfiatltr, aad tber will b HmmX t itctirc m vtU a plVixnt to me tan at wemea talrtilflnca. SotsU. At Druiiti; oraJi'nw J. J....

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 December 1886

mm WEEKLY JOURHiL-MlHEl J. C Martix, Editor. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1SSG Silver is quoted in $i.o2);lead, $4-5- New York at Los Angeles rants the headquarter of the department of Arizona. The Fenian brotherhood has "fired" Dynamite Rossa from its list of mem bers. It is announced that the president's message will be much shorter this year than last. The attorneys for the Chicago anarch ists are making strong efforts to save their clients' necks. The latest invention is an elect rica contrivance for discovering mines ol precious metals. The Daily Tombstone and Tempe News are booming Briggs Goodrich fcr attorney general of this territory. Albuquerque has had a couple more lines cf railroad bui'.t to its limits within the past week through the newspapers. They now write it "L. Q. C Lamar, LL. D." He seems to catch "L" on all sides of his alphabetical existence. Citizen. New Jersey has a lady called Belle A. Donocgh. Here is a fine opportunity ogjjllerdmnristj to arork over an old chest...

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 December 1886

AIHOU WEEILT JOIiBULIUIIEiL J. C Maxtih, Editor. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1SS6 News Notes and Comments. There are 81,300 Scandinavians in Nebraska. Ex-Governor John S. Phelps, of Mis souri, is dead. A Russian announces that he has crystalized petroleum. A slight advance in the price cf copper has occurred recently. Butte, Montana, is said to be the wickedest city in America. The colored people of the south claim to pay taxes on $90,000,000. A cemetery at Racine Wis., has been plowed up and sowed with beets. Gilroy, California, talks of turning one of its cemeteries into a pleasure park. Beecher says Congregationalists were mixed up dry and .Baptists mixed up wet. Germany has a population of 46,840, 630, agsins: 45,254,000 by the census of 1S80. Petroleum in paying quantities have been found in Grcton, in New London county, Conn. The funeral of Charles Francis Adams occurred in Boston on Tuesday, No vember 23d. John S. Gray the embezzling harbor commissioner of San Francisco has been p...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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