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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 8 December 1886

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. VOL. XXil No 36. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8. 1886. PRICE TEN CENTS ARIZONA HAMBURG FIGS. (Mt rrormMy m mock mini tnm V-ji haktsalcanatipatMMrieamjaemaia mcnt of Iha fuoctlMM ol tB VaJr. and is Cxv' diSnlttocnm for thareaajo that ao It mwsilwL Ilambmr Fwa ona hkaa to taka aha tbatiensnal- Breparsd to obrtaia tbk diAaiUr, and they H ba ba nand ef- ftctlra aa wall aa r'TnT to the taste of anarrimrau. scaou. DR. FLINTS HEART REMEDY. Cc.Fun'k Bun 1 Itnmtlua aSsiraad with heart i 111 fear, cttfcar of eoddca death, or the IdcTtlcxiocat of thoaa terrible bcais di Kunwtuca remit ta Insanity. I looo of the Wat im& kcon far hfsrlar ha. wfckb ia often drrnatni 190a diaaan of tl hart, acawturjea open uer.cue diatase, it' crxtkx upon dcnafcfiMiit of t- ration, tlM. Doacrirlra treats v c iub bottle, or mailed tree. At IB DraarWt. or addreaj J. J. MACK A CO, tnAUIMatt taa rnacUco, CL Pioneer Hotel, S. S-Merma.Frap. ggocMw-r tu Dan Hall, 9. MtllW ML PraaeoU. Bo...

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 December 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOUHUL-MWEi J. C Maktix Editor. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBERS, 1SS6 Silver is downagain to .gTji- SanFrancisco i- experiencing one her old time booms in minig stocks. ol Geo W. Tyler the bulldosing attorney of SanFrancisno has been disbarred for two years. Cutting delivered his first lecture at Dallas, Teas. It was a failure. The people of this country are not interested ia Cutting to any great extent. The Wisconsin voters agreed by a ma jority of 10,941 at the recent election to amend the state's constitution so that women may have the right to vets on school matters . The Kentucky republicans think they can poll 125.000 votes in the guberna torial election next year, and if the pro hibitionists have a ticket in the field the result may be uncomfortably close for the democrats. O. O. Howard has assumed command of this department dunns: the temporary absence of General Miles. It is reported that the latter has been granted a leave of absence and will go with his family to Euro...

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 December 1886

; ARIZONA f KLY . "WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER S.lSSs AXNOUNCEMEN TS. FOR CITY ASSESSOR. I hreuy ununoe tujtelf at a Candida r rnr Ibe oilea of citv ucr at (be mmll i manic p "itctlon. J. w. AlLtUlllAL' Pretcott. Nor. 1. IsSS. FOR CITY TREASURER. (for rec ! -etloajfor tne otn-e of Clt T iff or. r. al the eniuloe err election. HIKES I licrebT announce tny.elf at a c tiJIJt fcr the oSice of Cttj Tn.iurer M she enu dt) e:ecli.r. Lux-. ' 'v xu.fr. I bercbr snnounte rayjclf a m.dldite for cl r trriaarcr at the eniui.Ttl-c ion GEO. S. PnJtTEK. pTtscott, Dec 2, FOR CHIEF OF POLICE. Tbr cndntlgtiej, bj reqaetlrf trnjr cHl trci. t nfcUuity aamwati i tmorlf a caadl' ate for Chirf of Poller, av ts ro- Inj city etectK n. J. K. UMiVS. l'rriixitt.No -rahrrl5 188. The undeKiirtifd announces hlmie'.f as eacdidmte fur re-slecU"n to the o'Si-s of chit' i.f oiice of "reaeo't. A. !. '.OUsOX. Pr colt, Dec 3, lt-sft. From Thursday's Daily. Taxes are delinquent ou the third Monday of this month. Joe Long is on th...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 8 December 1886

.1 If h I! i hi- it! Hi ABIZ6.U WEEKLi JQOHKiL-MIHEiL J. C Martin, Editur. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBEltS, 1SSC News Motes and Comments. Silver has receded io $i.oaJs, France and Meiico have concluded a treaty of commerce. The biggest ststue in the world is the greit stone image of Bansian in Central Asia. TVrntr-five conzressmcn of the house owe their election to the of Labor vote. The new Mexican legislature wiri ter will have a majority of one Repub lican in each house. It is formally announced that the president has invited sister Rose to eat her Christmas dinner with him. It is thougfctatths treasury depaitraer.t that there has been very little if any de crease in the public debt for November The revenue from taxes on oleomar garine which went into effect November ist amounted to $400,000 last month. A woman wcriing in a cooper shop at Kalemazoo, Micb., can make as many barrels a day as any of the male em ployes. The shrinkage in the national bank circulation during this year is put at ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 15 December 1886

ksssssmp-":-' i mimmmBatmfi WHmwmmw w i ipi mwii i in a iii1 forays - ' : - .-KHHHjfm" ARIZONA MINER. WEEKLY VOL. XXII No 37. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1886. PRICE TEN CENTS JOURNAL DR. FLINTS HEART REMEDY Tike it ii tins. Mum cj JeHUr. vhoae rouiKm-nea U uxuxu, ud who U ral Jact to epea ei faintmw. if lU to radian death (no heart diMue. Let ti-n uta ur. turn heuit caoar Ussre it U too ifKlllfTV De- Fttn'j i:ut tmn voaU "f"!" tare prrreaUd maey dm of Apo- tccxj, wcicn n uenjT acpenuesi vpoo cf tie lxart, if Trlca aca Szst acjr cases BfesstBs cf Sim. JitiSiSszi bo fed EiauIf or fczraclf tmaMe to 'Arp nlftU, la caismuui m.viifiTa, irnna wiu nta eny procure the Uawf of iWrr bat w3 prevent a faaeral tatHr.f down cf tbe ejetexa. .MPrsErlrtMLSO. HAMBURG FIGS. t rmmtt There bo reenecy WMeB eaa 7-rSg tirtf lluuburx r1T io the eaa cf hautnal cw tuatlne. todife tiaa and efck-beadieha. Tlielr ertlon it ae-prorspt acd eaMeU a tkea? fcB pleaauit. 2S ceasa, At aU ImiisiaU ; or add...

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 December 1886

tike . J UIIOKi WEEKLV J0URMiL4imEIL J. C Maktim. Editor. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBERS, 16SC An enterprising American cleaned up over $26,000 in the City of Mexico sell ing bogus Iitti concert tickets. The president is, figuratively speak ing, standing on his left ear again from the effect of a speech made by Diitrict Attorney Benton of Missouri. Arizona's bullion output during 18S6 is the smallest for the past five years. Her beef output is the greatest and the agricultcral outlook has never been better. The governors of New Hampshire and Texas studiously refrained from acknowl edging a Supreme Being in their Thank giving proclamations. The ministers of New Hampshire boycotted the Gover nor's proclamation, and read that of the President. General Mahonc declares that "when every vote in Virginia can be honestly counted, the state will show a republican majority of 40,000." There can be no doubt about the exact truth of this assur ance. The south is kept solid by "fraud and violence. A Londo...

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 December 1886

UZlUfEEILT WEDNESlf- DECEMBER 15. IRS Fjiom Thursday's Daily. Christmas trees aw sow in order. M. T. Herzog is on the sick lkt. Dance -with the Grays this evening. Gov. B,C. Powers left Jor the Black Hills to-day. Another fouth wind tod.? .portend, 'another storm. Jake Mark, and B. Goldman arrived from Phenix last evening. Dick Rule wifl be a candidate for chief clerk of the assembly. H. M. Van Annan, ex-secretary of Ar izona, is stopping in Chigago. We have sampled the Sazerac's tweet cider and pronounce it excellent. J D.Hughes, deputy revenue col lector, ii offoa a trip to the Vulture. Professor Thomas will open Mr. Bah ford's new opera house with a prome nade concert and ball. W. II. Kirkland, an old timer, 4a rounding up acquaintance in Prescott and talking of early days. justice Pannenbejg rendered judg ment in favor of J. H. Hamilton against R. C. Power, for f 116 to-day. Mr. Gribble, of Central City, Colorado, left tc-day, in company with Governor Zulick, for visit to Vultur...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 15 December 1886

f . . ... iff- 'vti -.. - r : f Mm I' l:-r'r ' f U : !ki-- i'lM - I'll! I I'M .' 1 .n- (5 i- V 1 3 i 1 : ' - J If ; 1 ' : J I K-f:!f tical s , - J I' '''' ' r IHUMWEEI1T JMMIL4IIIIEIL J. C. Marttx, Editor. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBEB15, 188C Ntwt Motes and Comments. New Mexico war.ti an insane asy bun. Cholera hat broken out ia South Amer.ica The Seminoles o Florida threaten to go on the warpath, Albuquerque is afflicted with mad tjegs and prize fighters The president's metsage cecuins abeut 15,000 words. The latest crate among New York belles is the playing of bones. New York has passed a law for the protection of song and wild birds. A fifteen-year-old Kansas woman has just secured a divorce from her bus band. The president has nominated Colonel Thomas Moonlight, of Kansas, for gov ernor of Wyoming. General Butler's new lecture has the title: The Part Massachusetts Took in the War of the Rebellion." A bill bas been introduced in congress for the admission, as state;, of Wash ington, Dakot...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 22 December 1886

a-awawa aeKaaaaaaaa ssaaawaaa. a , aaaawaBBl aY a,il ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER. VOL. XXII No 31. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1886. PRICE TEN" CENTS WEEK LI XrmJirre fr arr Caftan. aa BfttiefAtaft Oil THE GREATEST STMT OF Mankind is Mm. 1m w 'r J nra lm M aa 4 dcrlM t c-ur. w 111. vtxthar by darfca. trH or r-". rn! UwfirtorU b: and waeta,a ttruur ft uxs&rus of wuaMwu,Nmiv honor Wfco mwakrt eat kw the 4inaai uotlirr. her thiU entr-atira trWe to wither. Mat i li. not tlx herrKl ce t taken, the raaMaa. bner ea ae dn nawa witn, and luod f lhar. ti b wttDo. of hi di3d' torture, wood mber w ii-h prfe. U aaerj caald i inh Cft&artie atea. We h aw : AM -rata Im run't mmt, a on btup the wrbil o( Earolaptm fiat, tor a!kw Icerf laJ ht vouU asl., ha k open Je&iim fmt ta ctrrt oor Ha. Awij attj with draoftoa aodrdt: rorubctbrr it b lndirrrcion, lirer oob plgtorcetathginn.ctj;ydMraei to which Smb I r-rtr, fc s htr rfh I rvle d 3 baftUr declare, aad as Ik Ajetruaa n njtr Kf, th...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 22 December 1886

AN AMOKl WEE1L? JQURKAL4tWEI J. C Martik. Editor. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBERS, 1SS6 Silver iao3s. Colorado has fortr-eight lead furnaces in full blasi. Congress will be asked the oleomargarine law. to amend The San Francisco car strike is prov- - inS more serious than was at us pated. M. H. DeYounc, of the San Francisco Chronicle, was robbed of his watch while riding on a street car, Wednesday erenmg. Another comet is now rolling around in space, and is expected to be visible to the naked eve in the course of a few weilcs. It will be seen, if seen at all, shortly after sunset in the northwestern The Germans are commercially the mo$t active people u this time and-are CTcn surprising American manufacturers in certain lines of hosiery, hardware, .t-. t,a w threatenmc an munaa- tioa in other directions. U4WI t r.,11 particulars of a train robbery Which occured a: Bellevue, Texas, Saturday, was receired here. The rob- w went throuzb the train; over $is,- A 9i.ooo wonh of guu lis, ,v4 . T-ri val...

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. — 22 December 1886

ICMUIEEILT wibKESDXY. DECEMBER 22. 1R8S ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOB CITY ASSESSOfc. I btrf-by runnuooe mjM'f aa a eaadlo'ae ftir th oiri f cli aair al lb tianlcg muolclpa i-Wctlon. J. W. ARCHIliaL' Preieott. Nov. 1. WW. FOR CITY TREASURER. flor reetctlomfor the oflW of Clt Twori r. ThryiVftfinitnflMI nfliif All al the mining clir elation. All KEN I hrrrfir innnDDce mTtcIf a a OKdldatf for the otficc of CHTTreaaursr at the ecsu cit election. Caa-. VMLLrr. I herebvnnouncnirella candidate tit city treaiurTalthe enaulnrel-c'ioo. 3 QCO. H. KTCK. Prttcott, Dec 2, IS. FOR CHIEF OF POLICE. The undtnlftie'l, tr Tjat c-f ""any eitl ztn. rictfuily announces iohi at a caaillale for CUlrfo! Police, a the D-t.lct el'y elactfen. J. . BROWN. I'rt it. No emfer IS. IBS. The uaderntgncd announce )ilm;f aa a candidate lur rr-WU..n to the offl- o' chief of tolice ot Vreaco t. J.K. M. .OUiO.N. Pr cott, Ore. 3, 186. Fxou Thursday's Daily. Court meets at 9 1 1. m. Professor Thomas announces his promenade concert in...

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. — 22 December 1886

-- CaVT- ''Wjir'' '" "NfRwi1- mm WEEKl1? JOUfiKAL-MISEil J. C Martin,, Editor. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBERS. 1SSG Labor and Industrial News. The eight-hour ngitation is being pushed with energy in ISostor.. The Hhncii prison labsr contractors are making a vigorous effort to have the recent decision against prison labor declared unconstitutional The snd of February next is the day . fixed for thcblooniing into lifeat Cincn natiof the new political party. All arc to be represented. . The Liaoiy at all political labor movements his been enthutujia at the suit and disgust a the close. I; requires very little cunning manipulation on the pa:t of ward and diuson workers it the last minute to turn dull the keen edge cf the labcr poWcal axe and make it5 Llotr ineffec tive. Politicians afcow this and. ctmct on it. The George movement was a surprise, and it has done more to Mir up the antagonism cfthe old line politicar.s than any other event. It is itim listing political action cr an agitation in fav...

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. — 29 December 1886

ARIZONA JOIRNAI o :: . VOL. XXII No 38. csoa DR. FLINTS HEART REMEDY. nf ii n Tiwi Km, and if J?.rV?.f larfa. UU Ja. Be. rua-r udida wakk k4 S it coco atop lb. taSTtoaal i airs it w Tiwt.-. & ES? rouutuManxioaMvaaMeBbJenwapa'ai of .'itianc I lUMe to ailia telt fiamhaut Ciuh. tt thn taka CaToac Bum At Dnwtfsu. 1.5o. PaKtlpUi 3H. tS rUIWBGFHS. tvteCtaiWl visa tana?, feu JU 2 Dropr". ; er ad&ta J. J. MACK A and II front St, tan A in I quarter ending September Spall 01 QQTS0S,- jsadhchaaals..dra.-. from i fund $6,ooo, making s IJI WITH BUCCBOARO. ft HABSESS AD it-' Will be s.ld cheap for cash, IddVT o J- W WILSON. -' : Sazerac Saloon. Jsd lilliiri Hill. ".. j5lr.Jroorl6Uir, at .10CUBS 4 OIGABS (Mb Kjb AttMkc fine Uilfiard and Pool Tables, for the Exclusive use and entertain ment of patron Ot the place. iurtcj Street, t'isecott. Mrs. Jtotoh's a . . Mutttsuau streetwest side of Plata. TVSlos eupplled whk ALL THE J .DELICACIES Cnn Jury port Tha uaad iurr has submitted final report ...

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. — 29 December 1886

exprirv.cu . - -----cciil. President Clevelana h lieen under going the massage treatment for a re duction of hts corpulency. The Coloc-Campbcll divorce case in England will cost, 1: i estimated, one hundred anil twer.tj-fiie thousand dol Urs. The Ne York Herald estimates that the campaigns against fteronimo and his band have cos: the United States $24,000,000. It would be too bad, r.oxr, wouldn't it, if some back rr private firm were to receive ths county money from a new treasurer. The snnual loss to the government of the United Stares by the washing and using of postage stamps a. second time amounts to over ten millions of dollars. An English jury has found that Lord and Lidy Colin Campbell arc each up to the standard of English virtue and purity, and that neither is entitled to a divorce. Giptaia Warren, master ot the ship Atlantic, recently fljundered outside the heads it San Francisco, and . R. Wing, put owner, hue been arretted lor manslaughter. Tombstone is lostrg its old-tim...

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. — 29 December 1886

- UBNilEBLY WEDNESDAY. DECEMBEE 29. 18S ANXOUNCEMEN TS. FOR CITY- ASSESSOR. lor lt i3o ot rlt irior a: tor enaulig raJi.icpi 'ic:ua. J. w. aiiwuujai1 rrt-cit, Nov. is, nut FOR CITY TREASURER. I serelv unman mja'f a r n Mat Tor n")ciioujririn9"mwoj iif ium m SU ringing fHrl-Uun. . AUKHX. I berrb- .anounce ajttlt a. candidate T4.1 err tmscr.r at the csiulrir clonus. GEO. S. T 'JtTEK TrrWt. Oec.2, 1S-6. FOR CHIEF OF POLICE. Tli nnJeTMnJ, t raq-iMt ct eltl- irm. ri'ptcatnij' announte lmftf ramtMute rurChkfo: Puller, at fir ru.i Ice cliy !fftiun. J. . UlttfWN. lTf-oi:. No rmHrrtS. is-. The BiilenSzucd tnoouscci hiin'.f aa e&d!dte for rrx-Itctiuti to to u!3r u' chit' of rollie ot rrrco!t. JA-. Ai. trOUsON. Pr colt. Dec 3, tin. Fitoix TuurjDa,v's Daily. V. SI Head left for borne this mora Tbe connty has a big wood pile at tie court bouse. Payment of railroad bets will soon L-e in order. f S. S. Akers, of tbe MogoHon moun- tiini i c in tnn Rii FUW. 'auction dv. rtiiemPr.t auction of bul...

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. — 29 December 1886

A Telegram from Benson to the San Francisco Chronicle says the inhabitants of that burg are uaatimous In desiring to have said headquarters located at the city of Tucson, in this Territory, and ef- fo:ts are likely to be made with a view to influence the clccials to forego their se lection of Los Angeles. Lo Angeles people will read the above with trepida tion and terror as to the result, as of course the unanimous lentiment of Ben son will have great weJght(?) in the mat ter. Gen. Casius M. Clay believes that Kentucky is on the eve of a political revolution, and he wants to head it as the noaiiaee of the republican party for governor. The inveitigatbns of the insurance companies are Degmninj to give us some idea of the actual damage inflicted upon Charleston by the earthquake. Ninety per cent of the brick houses were injured and less than a hundred chimneys out of 14,000 escaped. .- Governor Hill got an appropriation for an executive mansion, and he is building on so grand a scale ...

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. — 5 January 1887

5Uv HILT JOUBMafliB 'ARIZONA- VOL. XXII No 39. JgiE ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, :ANUAR 887 l ft If: -ai? DR. FLINTS IE ART REMEDY. to Bfteftas7 at tha aur terma of tairti&aMt.SBoafaanr data nJ " ya asr aatou than in Mi lortt. Ui I- ran Hun ban. ranlnau c maibiinniBiMuuan SeiSjctaps.. Pi. Turf TTxiit nnwlit miirthM which h a beta foul - Miiinr nrmflti. in i la - - -t-- Us umfim, caablcs tha atu; to axsn Rfosa. A ma bo twaH c&uttrwMt u aniirma, ud bo is abjtri to cptC cc ik iau; is tuua la aaaa aaata iraa son cUmuc Ut t!a Wk Ba. Fur- Utvur Usiasr U4onlt blnolw At DrcortKi. -5 pMrr!r-v ircatln with ud botUt. or naUoJ frea cjon tn-t: IMMUItG FIGS. not UeBtuUJvlUi txcitc&r. tUJiBCka C?kri03 tern a iwIt fcr cvwJIraakm, h f.'QK diltriri.'lMinl tiTiTCQioptejtmwBkfc i Ucu. At tS Vrjfga ; crtdinm J. J. MACK CO, 3 awiHi Trout t Saw Frwloa. CmU Mrs. Roach's - Moctezuma street, west side of Tables (applied wltk ALL THE DELICACIES that the market affords. Prompt attention given to all kind" Ga...

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. — 5 January 1887

gr-y- s sr-. --.-i. - vev . ... J. C MaaJtW. Eto. - WXDNE8DAY, JANUARY S, 1M7. ftmatnr Login died a poor seen. Qrorer bat .another attack The New Mexico legislature is repeb- oc a joint ballot by majority of three. " Oar sitter territory, New Mexico, M ckaMXtBg tkat the dignity of statehood be thru upon her. . Erery creek in this vicinity has an ice pood and an ice bouse. Sort ef a nice bustaea for competition, apparently. There may be ne boom becauae of this railroad, but there will be a steady healthy grewth and permanent prosperity- M. Gobltt U Rokg to try hi hand at a French cabinet. The chances are that be will be smashed, or at least broken ap. Exchange. Congressman Reagan denies that he asd Senator Cullom had any angry no vate. He saw the story is one of Joe Pulitzer's lies. Joseph seems to be eet- tnf tn torrid water pretty often. "Old Probabilities" does not know hat to make of Arizona's summer weather in the middle cf winter. "Old Prohs" oasht to to out in the woods somewh...

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. — 5 January 1887

ftUZMA WEHLT WEDXESDAY. JAXUARY a. If7. Fkom Thursday's Daily. The stom indicAtkms have all disap peared. The city ball ii being filled up for legislative use. An uncle no en care to claim. Carb-uncle. Governor Tntla bat been seriously ill in Xew York. George Lounl it quite sick at hit resi dence near town. Adoption ef the usual New Year ruso lutione arc now in 'order. The locomotive Tritle ia nut like a bulky horse, it does poll, but cannot back. English divorce news should always be disinfected before allowing it intutbia country. Notwithstanding the Ary feed" lire stock in this section are in excellent condition. Agua Fria ranchers contemplate go ing more extensively than ever into the potato business. The death of General Logan gives Col. W. K. Morrison another chance for the United State senate. Wood haulers are taking advantage of the excellent condition of the roads and arc rushing in lot of lueL Professor Tbomas is nuking complete arrangements to have the promenade concert a...

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. — 5 January 1887

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Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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