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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 19 December 1894

I IE CITY AND COUNTY. gfeorts ' Kewsy Items From Our Own Town and WEDNESDAY'S Daily, December 12. Williams is haviug a buildiug boom. T. J.Trask, a prominout morohnut of Phonix, is dead. Only four mom days to pny iaxas boforo thoy become delinquent. Tho town is taring posted for the Kathleen lavouriuen parformnnco. Be suro to sea the Irish Washer woman, May Fagnu, G years old. St C. P. Hicks has filetl his bond as probate judge and county school superintendent. A prospbctor, whose name was not ascertained, died recently at Chap arral of pnoumonia. Win. K. Price, of Phenis, has been convicted of murder for the killing of a man named Sliubo. Prof. Scott had a fair audience at his closiug leeture last ovening. It was quite interesting and instruct ive. J. M. Aitken lias just received a lot of Rubidoux choice ereams and chocolatos, celebrated for hoir superiority. Judge H. T. Andrews and Miss Luolla Hundloy woro married at the Johnson House lastevojiiug by Kev. T. D. McLean. Tho territo...

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 December 1894

1 I Be Be t Ku mi Hi i AJtLZOiNA JODRNAL-iUINER Entered in the po$t office at Proscott as second-class matter. THAT COVETED It Agitato India and Kiilaml and Wring a Growl From "Ibby.' The severity of the seutonco (resigna tion under threat of dismissal) against Surgeon Major Smith, an officer in tho Indian service stationed at Madras, who asked Mrs. Clegg, -vifo of another civil service official, to giro him a Idas, is making a great sensation both in India and England. That kiss, or rathor tho saggeetod kiss, has almost caused a revolt in offi cial circles in India, has been a matter of serious consideration by tho secretary of stato in London and would be the subject of a parliamentary inquiry if the house of commons woro in session. Mr. Laboucherehas brought his heav iest guns to bear in behalf of Dr. Smith. Ho indorses tho suggestion which some one, signing hhnsolf "American Citizen, " makes in a London newspa per, appealing to all who havo over felt tempted to commit the offens...

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 December 1894

ARIZONA WE JOURNAL-MINER. - - -rrz-N-r WYT VA OO ( AKI7,ONA MINKU. KatahllMied Maroh, O 184, VUJj.AAAi -XU .J lAKIZOSAJOUUSAI., KutaMUtinl 1: 4. f PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1894 PRICE, TEN CENTS E KLY V V It ARIZONA JOOBNAIi-MINER Enlerod in tho pooffico at Prescott as second-class matter. Secret Societies. "WavHOR C( M MAN BUSY No. 2, 4r3m 1 KNIQETS TKMPLAU. BUtodwn- Sir Kni-hU oourU U.N. Frederick. Kecurder. o 4ZTLAN LODQK, No. 1. J. A A. M A A Itaf-lar mwUnRi of this Votwchmonllu Soioarninc reUiru ar Vtr-rUr lnriti to rttwg. w M KSoldw.tcr.lt.N. Frederick. C r. U&or "" v-i-Tn rMUPTVlt 11. A. M. No. A H i txd oommunication the firrt fr AtnrfjL of each month at 7 o'oloek r. AN copanionlWly nvlted feSkSKOf. Fredericks, A. G filter. Morn Goldwater - ..." Zn'it AP171KA LODUENo. 1 v:r cftirv .T . I .i 1.. MMltnn (IT imn lulu: Wodneeday evening at VM '! f ellows u. , 4i . . v. fnood sta-dins " cordially Itmto ,jt th?nH J. NT 11AKPEU, N . G. JAS A. GCILD, ItocordlnK ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 26 December 1894

.1 . -ix. . ARIZONA JOlTRjyAL-aCENKR J. O. MAHTJX, IWUttr nw t'wy i Arlauna JoBruhlOltnor i iaVjMsktl jfy dar ta Um yvor moeet 8mmAj. Hie Arizona AVppmjt Jettrnal-Mlner is 3 tMHl rerr Ylnlr, at lNwoott, the jHiHcy et Yavapai nomity. tj MAKTI24. Btlttor and Proprietor. TKKJiSi -ilS iterjwar, tnadvajio (MM aJh, anwth... 100 Italy, ilwwl by eftrrfer ta cits' MiWftdb- r wV. , . as TfertVjy, pw your.. 4 CO AVldy, eix tMt&tfci IK Hhto raoatfes I m S:ufi fwr' Hr"Ail vesriit4jc Katta mmmI katwa oh HpHw liu to this titik) er at tke fbtkrakw kmmjms turner Alter, Tritau BbiMiaK. Kw Yrk I'altupr & lUjr. Hah Ptwarieeo. L. 1?. Firmer. Merokat' Kntetawa. Hr- JurfK K'l'O SDHSCIUKKICS. ' PHR JMUKNAL MLNEK bm m4 actnas I ' als to club with th follow-in uapan a ike uricv twmoj, iameat to bo matt in ail Tnnco. '11w Wkekia Juoutal-Iixxk ad St. luls Q)eb-06aMera4 $4 K0 $ati PraiKstesa Call ... 19 Kracrioo Oiroiticie 4 M lMladehkU lrM tl Thfi JouuxAL-Mlh'KK vrill b eomtawod aattt orArl Momvyl. ail...

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. — 26 December 1894

m CODNTV if n Oar Own Town and iding Country. - ... in- in - "i ir.. . . ,- - j .- A t- ' " " f - 1 ' ' ' ' .' " ' ' ' ' -J ' i ! Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report rr&ESluVS Daily, December l'J. at .fattens opora Ufcm O 1j i- reports Having !&e m-a on- iii a claim oi his ou fodte v XcGrow h3S his afo?ional ciri in this issue. His in the Utis uuuo ndidt . sirtjdj J: Jr mayor are coin ;ck'U up. Several names I onod for the posi .od men, too. & rve reported to have occurred f&atly io crce 'i the United Verde s, m !iioU the track, for some staoc. a;. J s number of cars, ourd, h'it fortunately, no wm iii ;urM A -coK-rod. U'-iii known as "bnow- i'utJU"ietod a wrin in the t tr jiuii wtiv no sufirpauea up uis $xxor uo U;roaconea to carve a his arr t -as issued, but when ,-jivr h in search of him he JV w . be found. Ho will ..?! not return to Prescott. A.nh Melciii is said'lo have one toe nnest ranches in tuo verue oy. The soil is first clas?, and pr...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 26 December 1894

an , . - . SlIE X.AST SDXICK. It was JirHfm m the V. V. A V. JKattfenM VlthBViinroiirlRts OwiWDHr Tho lfcit spUco of tho United Verde fc Pacaue railway was driTwi 1511 Monday ovomng at 5 o clock at Jer ome during th visit there of W. A, 01ark,vith oerotuonies appropriato to tho occassioii. The suiRe was mado from th bulliou produced b' the initios, being copper within very large percoutago of gold una silver, tlu 'ikl iu it Ix'injr worth $"IJ0 pr tou aloue. Tiieoitizoiis oftko oauip as well as many from the surround ing country vwe present ou the OGcnssion, although no 1 previous notice had been given of the xaet date of Mr. Clark's srrirt. Had it bSen known when Mr. Clark would pjgthero to participate in the cer Fnony a much larger number would Bare been proseut. As it was thre wbro about 400 or 609 people pres ent. Mr. Clark took the initial blow at the spike after which several ladies and gentlemen preseut par ticipated in manipulating the Lam inar. One lady underestimated hoc st...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 2 January 1895

ARI IT - 6 If; BT - " "' "" " ' 1 VOL.XXXI-NO 40 jSfg oiitlshed Afar cili. O mat. PRESCOTT, ABIZONA, WEDNESDAY, JANtJARY 2, 189 PRICE, TEN" CHESTS I Uahllshed 1K7 4. f it Ism lu . -, r Ma-- ft IK' 1 tf' it fe If ARIZONA JOIIMAh-ffiNEK Xho Arliuiift Jouruwl-Mlner is publish - rerrday in the year except Sunday. , The Arliuns Weekly Journal-Miner -jublisa&i every Wednesday, t Prescott, I aooaty eeat of Yavapai county, j. C. MAltTIN, Kdltnr and l'roprlett-. lily, per year, Inadvauoe ......fH -i!v, ir month ............ D.iilr. delivered by carrier to city subscrib- rs, per vtwlc A'eekly, per year... . Weekly, six months. .......... Weekly, three months iinicleoopy , EBrAdvertishitf Bates made Known on appu. "Stor Bey. Tribuno BnUding. New lork l'jdaer&Bay. Ban Francisco. LTr. Fisher. Merchant's Exchange, ran- 3'where the paper leapt on file. OXK'l to HV HSUKIUKKS. 'P1IKJ0URNAL M1NEH has made arrange I menu to clnb with the foUowlw; papers a tl.e prloea named, payment to bo made ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 2 January 1895

Arizona jommMMEK j, u- MA.MMN. MdiUr nml Prtr. WEDNESDAY, January 2, 1S95 There are democrats who mistake speed for sound finaueial knowledge. It will be some time before the price for a New York police cap taincy will reaob 15,000 again. Mr. Clerelaad will hardly call ou Souator-eltt Tillman while he is hunting in South Carolina waters. If Breckinridge succeeds in break ing into the seeate, his friends will call it "vindication," but what will the seuators call it? Why Mr. Cleveland should have gone south to hunt when there is so much game in "Washington, is a Christmas puzzle. A police oaptainoy must bo a soft snap in New York. A policeman who was reeeatlv promoted to the position admits having paid $15,000 for it. It was, perhaps, unkind for those objeetiag democratic editors to call the ridiculous foreign policy- of this govurmwt-"ferreshamania," but tho name sticks nil tho same. The Atchison Globe says: "Dis count your expectations at least 80 pr ctntt.M It is still bettor, how...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 2 January 1895

THE CITY AND COITY Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Kewsy Items From Our Own Town and Surrounding Country. WEDNESDAY'S Daily, December 20. The board ot supervisors are in session this afternoon. No burglaries have been reported - . 1 . A lortwo or tnree mguis. A cold wave set iu about 3 o'clock ou Monday afternoon and it still waves. The minimum temperature at Whipple this morning was nineteen above zero Mrs. M. . Spauldmg entertained a number of mends at dinner yes terday at the Johnson Mouse. The emplovees of the S. R, P. & P. machine shops were the guests of the Johnson House at a Christmas dinner. Treasurer Oliver received a check last night for a little over $9,000 from the A. & P. Railroad Company for taxes for lt9i. The S. F., P. & P. railway and connections have Issued a circular, taking effect January 1, 183a, mak intr the minimum weight on ore thirtv thousand pounds, iustead of twenty thousand pounds as it has boen heretofore. Postma...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 2 January 1895

' '-it i lgl MASONIC I'STA.WUVTION OfUcrrs of Autism ImHc iHstnllml in Office With llersttMg uml Im lirt!Mlv Guroinuny. A-rtlau Lodge, No. 1, F. & A. MM ' '1 its twenty -eighth annual in flation yesterday evening. The . . 1, h'olx has been iurnisheu. witn tno lights, presented a fine ,. p. arancs and was comfortably r r i i i ii tm dv ine orewiruu, iiuuouiuau.uu D, tneir wivts ana iammes. auu mo fibers Of the Eastern Star. The Most Worshipful Grand Mas- t. f ll, S. I'Tedencfis presiaea. ana tl lodce was opened with prayer s tt Very lievereud Graud Chap anE W. Moany, as follows: W Tslnpful Master of the Celes- il Lxlsts who dweliost in the light Auch u-i mau may approach unto, nd diwn, w beseech Tnee, upon L.s terrestrial lodge, the bright vns of Tliy presence, and illum z. with the wisdom, which is from iL tve, the minds of those whom wo j ie chosen to official positiou, that t y may direct the ways of Thy ra.tu.en by regular, upright steps it the true East, the source of all fi...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 16 January 1895

- . ----'. ARIZONA ttaT YYTT NO .10 jAUIZOXAMINEH. Kstabl J.lic.l March. 1) 1804, VU.Li.A-A?l- "Vi 4U A1UZONA JOUltNAt, Established 187 4. ' PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1895 PRICE, TEN WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. . f , . - i AK 1Z0NA JOnMAL-ailNER m. xrikoiiM Juuriu.l-.Ul.mr in published - t A ay in the jw except Sunday. T,V ArUn Weekly Journal-Miner in ilu l.d exery Wdnelay, at Vrcscutt, the nunt y wt of Xavapal cmnqr. I. c. MAltTIX, Killtor ana iToprieJor. TERMS: Ot.ly, r y. Inadvance $10 M lUitr. lr month ...................... i w I) ily! dehwwd by carrier to city aabscrib ..r, ,r vteek Veetly, x suonths 2 SO Vijt threo months 1 SuKlooopy 10 CT AdTertislnflr Rat matte known on applies turner & Key. Tribune liaildinx, t Uiu ucioe or at uio iuwwui: waiuw taw York falnwr it Key. San Francuco, 1 P. FWier, Merchant's Exchange. 'mre the papw ' ktt on file. Fran- yilll i; TO SUUSOKUIKKS. K11K JOURNAL M.INEK has made arrange 1 mnt to club with the followinjr a (t. nritw name...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 16 January 1895

r - J l g -1 '. ., -1 i If"' , jf " 1 1 f f S ''' T"V frr-: rr; ,., y,; ; , I ZONA JOnRNAJj-MEiBR " odn.'sday, January 10, 1S95. CITY ArFAlKS. afho farewell address of Mayor Mard. which is priated olsewhere iar. has mouv good suggestions lachod to it, and is roplote in L'ommendatious of future good, :i.-a$ar carried out, partioularly sanitarv matters. Tu financial litters, the city has prospored, hie taxation has boon reduced 2o It cent. This excellent state of fairs is noticeable and is hand- Iuioly comiueuted upon by tax yers. Mayor Goldwator's salutatory also ! invcn. and will undoubtedly un less our people forcibly in the k-immendations it carries, and it hoped that it will be followed on id up by action. In looking back- ard. covering a period of two ars in tho history of our city iTornment, the city's condition iancially has undergono a cotn- Lte and entire change from that Ihich existed during proceding tars. Commencing with the aa lmsf ration of ox-Mayor Fisher id Ms co-labo...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 16 January 1895

Ti Cmf AND COUNTY. Kewsy Items From Oar Own Town and j Surrounding Country- WEDNESDAY'S Daily, Jan. U. Liviug pictures to-night. On more aspirant ia tho luild to day for chief of police. The 4'post" was well represented at tho opera ho i- last evening. Dr. Cotton was hastily called to Chaparral last night, whoro "Villiai Thomas is reported very sick with peritonitis. Mother anil Sti is a hnuutirul dratn-i, and to sou it go to 1'attonV opora house to-night. The hobo chain Rang refused to perform further work dm tin streets touav ami inaugtirareu a siriKe Tht city olbViats struck right bad asrain, and si might hrun-l and water ii 10 bo their diet hereafter. If tho ''Halt" follow, well met, who tmrehased twuuty tickets f r the boys that hang around tho opora house, will go to-mght. there wil be one hunJred audtweuty to most him. Dooutv Marshal Morroll arrivoc last night, tiringiugsix unregistered Chiuameu from A. -ic t points Thev will have a hearing soon, and probably bo sout to a ior...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 16 January 1895

MUNICIPAL MATKBS. Interesting Facts Submittd on Financial and Other Matters. At the meeting of theotty council Monday evening, the businoss of the old year was settled up, and tho Tarious matters under consideration disposed of. Many hundreds of dollars were audited and allowed for current expenses, and tnunioipal matters closed up with the present administration generally. On Fri day eroning, tho newly elected offi cers will assume their rospoctivo positions. Below will be found interesting reports of officials cover ing the past year: Gentlemen : I beg leave to make the following statement of the tran sactions of my office of the year, 1894. There has been collected from the various sources of revenue to tho city as follows: REVENUE. Licenses S8S06 15 Water 223587 Meters & tapping 40700 Taxes, rear 1S9 762612 Delinquent, 1893 11300 Fines 56165 Pound 2325 Dog tax 7700 Ront old water works dam.... 100 00 Total revenue from all sources $17,953 04 There has been expended 14,222 43...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 23 January 1895

t 'c'A 1 ARIZONA UR N A VOL, XXXI NO 41 f ARIZONA MINKR. Kstabllahed March, t 1884,1 lAUIZUNAJOUllNAL, KitablUhod 187 4. j PIPSCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1895 PRICE, TEN CENTS. WEEKLY JO 89 rei lag' ARIZONA. J OH RNAL-AUNER "-"TTuh J.iirisUntir i vublbhed ,'ur.tT of avP ceeaty. j C. MARTIN. Kdltor and 1'roj.rlotor. TERMS: Duly, rywr. ia advance $ -r. per M WUy.ic year... Weekly, throo moatha 1 imsleoowr..... ,. W-Advertifting Rates made known an applies tionto this otiior at th foUawing t'aUner Alley. Triban Italldln. Nw lork iMnier & Rejr. Saa Franoieco. UP. Fisher. Merchant' Excluinca. rran- 'Yhere thn paper ' "Pt, on file. VOl H Ii To"sUttSCK! UMKM. iMH-'lOUUNVL M1NKU has made nrran L LBto to Xu ithth CollewUiR aiewa VieSrTUWBB. JoUKNA-UiMJi and S!, Loufc QlobDamoerat g S.n rranci. Chronicle J VrtoPIL Hill are went out reulartr as IdutSeiraUonof a year's subMnivtloa. ,n WriuS U requested to 1J the 8.MBB at tsibia Subscriber who ihwl.e t a'Mol Ht dne. Entered in the...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 23 January 1895

SP7 : i. JMWflJ?9ilHHnHHWNVVWISK.VAl' HI II ! HBJW I'l" M ! I -""ITTTOTaiTWl rTVT 1 MBTT? ' IMMTTHin rrrnTl T Tir fwi I W II I I ' I M III II ! ! ! Ml' Hi PMIII II i - - - . . , r Wifchwm right: and Wright was a wikiwaii. .. v Tombstone has n lady by tho nam of lr. Julius Casar. Granite creek should lmro a cou spieioas place on the Arizena map as a real lire river. The lood deyeiopod nothing now particularly, except it . bo possibly a woman in male attire. The first act of tho legislature should be to memoraiizo Cleveland to semi statehood along at oneo. These be eorky times ia news paper work. AVe have no exchanges to draw to. or to stoal from We are alarmed over the situation at lheaix. Could it be possible that it has gone down Salt river? The recent rain came from the south. Nothing good ever emanated from that locality : It oo3ts about $2 per day to tho the man to run the indigout ranch in Mohave eouuty. A democratic congressional caucus is almost as harmonious as a mid nitt ga...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 23 January 1895

is w , . ' V. . .-.' '-4R.- -fej(! 1 1 II I III W IM11H III III 1 1 MIIMWIII i PMIIWI i I llll ' illllllUHll'lllil I MBIIMIW MHIIIMimillWIMlilll Hill II ' 'III II II I I II Hill mi III : . , .--r -liTAls W3WlKSSBiBHeSEi2Sal. Sf II II I I III i IP M wlBBII I II i iN III I ill I Ml IK I" B H ' il H ill I iiPI I 1 III ' I )i I I i II W III' HI i II "I 'III HI HI I '.StWla,'! -- :-?.:-' --. ..v.. - - r " . - -:!Vtbf' A RIZOXA J pnilN AL-3IINER Weduosday, January 23, 1S95. AMI 11 Kewsy Items From Our Own Town and Surrounding Country. WEDNESDAY'S Dally, Jan. 1G. Thore is no dauger of a milk famine in Prescott uow-a-days. Thoro is not ouough loft of tho P, & A. C, to levy on, said an arrival last night from Chino Valley. It is completely out of sight in many placo3. Wo have passed by tho era of "prospects" in weather, and aro now experiencing some of tho stern reality, of the same. The steam laundry wagon was very nearly swept away while cross ing Grauito creok last evening. It was tho...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 23 January 1895

1NTUK BKAHSHAWS. Sem ltrHC Heading fr our tn Braoshaw Mor.vr.Uif5, Crowned Kiitg, J. 15. The mam topic of talk i ornip Just now is, of course, th marriage that took plae.o on tho Gth ist at the rosidonco of Mr. R. Meitdiblee, on Crowuod King Ave. Thomas Garcia was united in tho holy bonds of matrimony to Miss Bsparausa Lobio of Tucson, the ceremony was performed by Chief Justice J. E. Reynolds, who "spliced thorn" with due solemn domoauor more serious than if he were preach ing a funeral. Tho whole affair was over much quicker than tho time it takes to tell of the blending of hopes. The mill is ruuning steady and the output of bullion and couseu tratos is laige. A pack fcraiu of 30 mules is kept on the move between the mill and Antolope station pack ing conceutratos and bringing freight on tho return trip. From Antolope the concentrates are hauled by wagons to Prescott. The mill ran part of tho time last week on ore from the mines lately bought bv the compauy from Ike Patrick, this ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 30 January 1895

.-V. i . 1' ARIZ 1 VT4 r , XXXT NO i AKIZOXAJUNKK, Kstnl.Ilshort March, S ISSt.J VU.U. 1 4- J ARIZONA JOURNAL. Rstahllshed IK? 4. I PKESOOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1355. PBICB, TEN CENTS. WEEKLY 1 firej ARIZONA J011RNAL-AILNER M vritonu .Juurutel-.Miiier is published .' ry t.iy in Um year exowt Sunday. I'.t? vrlxoua AVoeUly Jourul-MIuer U . !Uhl every Wednesday. t Prescott, ths r sat of Yavapai onunty. J. C. MA1STIN, Ktlitor nd Proprietor. TMUIS: t 'i.y icf yt&r, IatdniBCO. . $10 00 w rao&tli... ... x uu U Uil. UUVrea oy carrier w viigr oauewu- u tvor ...... .... .... ,Veekly, por year... W tYceklr. ix months. 2 50 (Vnnklr. three mouths 1 i Acle cour rje-Advertisinc Rate mado knorm on applies almwiltey, Tribune Uailtlinc. Now York I idraw A lley. Ban Francisco. i . P. FUhnr. Merchant's Exohimca. Fran' ?IM0- , , lxro tho paper -'tt on file. v.ii-icK to HtmsuittttEus. i.-Ki:iiViT. MlNSlt has mvie arraaee : tj. ti i-lob with the following papers a -. priori named. piv...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 30 January 1895

V tl iZOJS A JO URN AL-MLMU ,1 V. HAKTIS. KUr ami I'rw'r. Wednedy, Jmmuut 30, 1S95. How do you Kk tb aaws from " ashuigtoit. Tii ouly thiug: lacking at Phonix nowadayses a constitutional con- cjl urn. Thore e oao good effect of Clove land s big bond iseua. Tho Arizona "hulabaloo" oa the same quostion, is not in it. Wo have just discovered why Cleveland wants free wool. He couldn't stand the tariff on tho size undershirt 1 wears. Bdweeu Cleveland's bond issuo and Putnam free thought lecture, thenMs coafcklefablo "chewing tho m' in Preaoott nowadays. Tho output of gold last year in Western slates and territories was over 50,030,000. Perhaps the pro t administration is not onto this t, Tom Reed, in a speech last fall d the democratic party in their ms of running this govornmout like a lot of "bum engiuoers" a locomotive x-Governor Hill or Now York, s announced ho is out for free ver. This is tho first Tammany m on record - who has ever knowledged h was out for the uff. Senator Sherman ...

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