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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 6 March 1895

ior xe 8 tlZl)NAJOIIRNiVL-MlNER I TAB CITY AND WMM11 EH - flawSJ lioUis rmei uar unit. iuu aim SarrofiBding Country. .. Ti n.AVM Au A tttti TViTttrt 'Anil WEDNESDAY'S Daily, Feb. 27 Burglaries are agaia roportod in town and some one has lost $60. Take in the fire on the plnza to night, and see the oxtiagushor work. Harmon Olinstoad today received a patent for 160 acres of land lo cated near Presoott. A bank robber recently tok in a Congress faro bank. We'll bet a stack of blues they dou't catch him. The fellow who stolo a pair of gloves and a can of gasoline from San Hill, was given 50 daps in jail by Judge Moore to-day. Presoott is certainly getting to be metropolitan. Our latest taste of city life is said to be iu the lino of a shrewd fomalo shoplifter. Another gold washing machiue is in jprescott. W hat. we waut nowa days is a contrivance that will wash several gents of the hobo order. (Tompostion on the Delinquent Tax Roll ended to-day aud it will bo published next Monday. In am...

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. — 6 March 1895

ARIZUNA JO LTJRNAMLINER AHlJtOXA 1M.MIGKATIOX. Toxtefthe Utll mhw Heme Considered. Swtidx 1. There shall be in this territory Board of Immigration ComnissioMrs, who shall bo ap pointed bv the gorernor, by and with ihf consent of the legislative council, who shall hold offico for the term of two years, and until the appointment and qualification of their successors. Thov shall give bond in the sum of $2,000 each, to the territory, with security, to be approved by the governor, condit ioned on the iaithful performance of the duties of the office. Ssc, 2. The number of commis sioners shall equal the number of counties in the territory, one mem ber to bo appointed in each county, who shall reside at the county seal of his county. Sec 8. It shall 1)0 tho duty of each of said commissioners: First. To attend, at all times, to the giving of such information as mar be sought bv persons who may desire to emigrate to this territory, or to make investments therein. Second. To open correspondenc...

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. — 13 March 1895

,'r'-rZmm i ',.7; i ii i miii w imi MiMWMMMMMnMMMiiriMm mm .... . 3. . ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER i TvrivT' YTHBT NH aft Arizona mixku. Ktnhiihei Mnrcii. u iso-i. . VUUv AAAl J 40 j ARIZONA jUUKNAL, Established 187 I. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1895 PRICE, TEN CENTS. WEEKLY r - - tKa Mr aiciat tSBBxlu. An'Mia Wluy JrtI--'- is c . ; t yai tout. .. C- XA JX. sMttar lrjwrl.U.r Jljr, I tew"; i&dvae... SMOO . !-. 0t in-...;....,... ..... 100 . nor v a ft sckly. per JW t 00 tfmUy, Ki aaantfa .. 2 50 SYiii . liirw aasut 1 25 i tixitt-if 10 t AavnniM)B oat mad know a applies s... ritt.i uffio or at 1 ii rullnal iimm ,tiriHa; jtrftftw Han Mia. k fain, - L. P: Fish tfsnre the papor U -o a ft. MM;.; JOCKNUj km rawi armnfi I nxnFt n elab allK th fnlitMrtBC HUIti ft rt iri.v mMi pi'MHt to b saada m ad: St loi (JlofaloBrt SO Sn VriiCMCoOhroXi, i. 450 is;irto!,hi& PrmM ' 4 25 rt JocJX-lllfc wi b lottuiawi until . 1 1 .mnl Itih. lL rrii: .'.rtT tej v - ' f ' m !U l EUttored in the ....

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. — 13 March 1895

m sr- ARIZONA JODKNAL-MINER .T. O. aiAKTIN. Editor aud Prop'r. A MINING UUUEAV. la view of tho prominence of this section since tho completion of tho nen road south, and the re putation Prescott enjoys every where as a'uiiuing center, the idea naturally suggests itself that some thing of a display in this line of our resources should be in existence to proro the claims we advance and demonstrate above all other things to visitors that our existence is due bv no moans to illicit conditions. Of late there have been a number of people visiting this city, from all cantors of the country, and the abseco of tho usual places of ren dezvous of a public nature, so com mon iu other cities has called from many something of a rebuke to us, particularly so being the question of a lack of mining display. Most people are attracted to this section on the ground of mining, while a few come for their health. It seems strange then, for us to presume in having what we do not possess, so far as proving ...

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. — 13 March 1895

.A A itIZONA JOnRiY-L-ER TEE CITYANfCOUNTY. flewsy Items From Of Own Towd and l:vE$IaY'S 3farcli G. Tains to t-L 'Uth carry a sur--.agly latgv i-uJi t-ef of passengers f iltji ! what t' OE'erprisingBelle - 4oUil p fi9 ha 0 to say m this irfy" "JHaiTiJ has a special xior tnis freuw., at which im V 1 ifci busings- i: U bo transacted. ': imeeuii'5ayo4 of tho South 'ru ific Ccmpauv- are going over tc rl. north and south road, at Th-arioW rigLts of way from Ph-.Tii .. to T'teon of tho t.tv rfs n sai-.i to bo secured, a. a arey irvsu Phenix will soon tak .ace. U. S. Marshal Frank M.r( "arrived Iat evening and 1 r.Ja theDJorniu for San Fran s :?cT.rilh the ihn t Jhiuose ordered i.'joed bv Ju;i Hawkins. UrJsi Boan! of Trade and irtt in rua o:. correct prin- c-.pie'-D evrrv i.udmess man m uVnoloiiKta it, and futhermore r Vt urr niM&lwr !kj an active and I'm' . Am Is iWn Phenix say that sry i uiabie roorc in that city is .-.cupii and thu people are now .voojm aateu with sleepinc apart :uu...

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. — 13 March 1895

r A.aiZOiNA JOLWNAL-MINER f HE STOPPED THE TRAIN. DISTlN'OUlSIIUI) V1S1TOKJS. Thy Are T Arrive In Tll CUy To morrow. General McOook, commanding this department, and his staff, and Gd&ornl Miles, will nrrivo at Whip A ftUnatloti That AVa Unappreciated by th Mrakemnn ami Kxoltetl r alienor rn. The train had just pulled out of Kenwood and was making moderate headway toward Forty-third street when a young irmn passing from ono car to another was seen hesitate pio . tomorrow evening, aim go souui for a moment on the platform. Ho at 11 o cjook u mgut in a special. a frighteued look bohird him. tiou of Arizona posts to mako ro oomuiemlatious as to their maiutaiu anco and sorvico it is said, having a speoial object in considering tho availability of Whipple as a military uoutor. Ho will probably recom mend this post to be enlarged to a will roturu on Sunday and devote .Monday as a "duty" day at hippie in looking over the hold. Gaueral Miles makes a visit to Ariaona it isststod to again ...

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. — 20 March 1895

3 JOURfeL-'UNER WEEKLY fl ,T vWT XTn o 5 ARIZONA. MIMJIt, Kstal.llshcd March, O 1804.) VOIj. .AA-AJL U J jAUIZONAJOUKXAL, Established 187 4. f PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, IS95 PRICE, TEN" GENTS. ARIZONA 4 ARIZONA JOnRNAL-MlNER top Arltona Joutn.l-.Mner U pobUshed CT iASSSrtfSSSS? SrZ-Mlocr is p "Satol WrfwJT. t Fncott,Uo tv twwt ot Yavapai county. t MAHTIS. Kdltor and I'roprletpr. TKUMS: t .:. yiw.inadranee WgO . t "k t tt , ; ... ,iiT..aIio or at tho IoBwi!HrMKrflei: 'UiKSW Fran- .! t ... IlJCHV tS'lii fen !.irwij' - - -j. ii Ih made in .. i -, vjJIivkii ami "::::t:.4 - I So m.. ........... ! JJ; i. rt2tspinu.mf a TrV .ioripuo.. . . .AtTaTio--- tSWr,KH win) li 5 , iftju.. aua p i IStitorad ii ptoitoffico at Precott as sot'Q.xl-olass mattor.- ! vi. tiovj m?Mil Alt. SliiiI mm- a.ii.J .l int .js. eWm Friday of eaoh I'iU'ntn Sir koonruy tarttjU rau-rnaiiy inv! u, AN LEVYi W M; and AJQ. QKTer. i JOT lturU ofeach month at 7 oVtait livr. Morns Goldwatot siskS" ia -iSi-SaSsassa...

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. — 20 March 1895

-MB"! ' " ' . H, - ; JP-- I i , K A. mm A. JO DEN1L-MINEK .J. C. MAKTIN. Kditor aud Prop's-. KD1TOK1AL NOTES. That tired feoling-r-statohood. Tho legislature is busy adjourn ing. Woll, whero is the territorial prison att Moado should be included in the spring cleaning for Arizona. Hughes goes down flyiug tho Ga zette's colors "out of sight." Start a ining bureau m town and don't let it be a burro one either. . Mother Yavapai's cinch on her oubs: We have tho mines, that's all. In oarly March we had lamb weather. It has chopped to the burro. Tho sackquestion still carries the day in Southern Arizona, if reports are true. Phenix can never expect to be a first class town until it has a big train robbery. We are waiting for something to "drap" from our Sing Sing legisla tive Jissombly. Florida oranges and California fruits aro out sight. Now is the time to boom I'henix. Martin's mining bill has passed the council. Locators of the earth will draw in their horns. "Ain't I sorry that I spok...

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. — 20 March 1895

ll'i i lllili II I i II i llhi I HI I III -sf . fl&rafMk . '. -' ',3 'V, , M . , , ,, 1 : 1 " " ft arc THE CITY Al COUNTY. Newsy Items From Our Own Town and Surrounding Country. WEDNESDAY'S Daily, JInrcli lil. Seventeen pooplo arrived last night from Denver. The excursion people return to morrow morning. .Remember the auction sale on the hill next Tuesday. Now is the time to talk for a Pros cott fourth of July celebration. "Wo are pleased that the Whipplo blue jackets did up the green alfal fa boys. Start a mining bureau, it is the way to show up a country like the one we are in. N. L. Griffin has sold his Goliath mine on Lynx Creek to the Homo stead M. Sc M. Co. The dood men tions $1 as tho price. The various excursionists who re turned this morning from Pheuix, in a special train, leave to-morrow morning for their respective homos. July promises to be a memorable month for Prescott we catch the editorial association of Arizona. This is a good startor, oven if it is surprising....

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. — 20 March 1895

AKTZOXA'S FRIBKD. A xrtMM U. the Department Couuuan tier. Fx-Gor.X. 0. Murphy,. delegate wviSSTbrJefly the history of the 1 5 F PT& P. road and pointed out splendid results that are ol io vine its construction and m clos ur hi speech Mr. Murphy offered n dowinktribute to one of An nVJioSl steadfast friends Gen AlcD. McCook. Gov. Murphy said: We ari particularly honored today bv the presence of one of the Saturn', most noble sons, whoso id record in the service of our gloved country has made his name the synonvm for bravery and honor in everv ioval American homo, his career a loved household story by everv patriotic fireside. Major Gen eral" A?McD. McCook. As wo all knotf, he belongs to a family of dis tinguished Americans, famous for military genius, courage and loyally to the country they have served so well. AVe of Arizona are especially r i l. .o- f?onral McUOOli for our military commander, not onlv for his magnificent record and noble character, but for other, anc, to us, mo...

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. — 27 March 1895

JOUR 2Z3 VOL. XXXI NO 50 X AltlZONA MINEK. KtnMItiMt March, 1804.) PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 1895 nUOXAJOUUSAt, KatatilUliPtl 187 4. PRICE, TEN CENTS. ARIZ WEEKLY Ill th It AH fZUN A JOn RN AL-3I I N ER Arlioiia .Jourtiul-Mlnor l imblUlied ev ry Uf ia tho year except bamUy. tw Aflti Wookly .TouruBl-Mlner U durfukl hv.x-t Vlae.lar. at l'rwoott, ll.e e ,.1'r tat of Yavaivai ooenty. I. C. MAKTIN. Ktlltor ami I'rortrletor, TK11M& ixor, inatlvaace fl8 1 tllflPtO. ....... iAi D MlTml bj 'carrier to olty anbeorlb- A'.feir yw.." gO iV 1-5t- Jt mnntnfi. ............. .......... - Ml (V-wkiy, three months 1 i a W ecwv ........................... IV ijT" Advertising- Kate made known on applies iLu t. 1VU .JMra .r at the fitlliKrini; &p&Cies: i-kliaar .V- Iter. TrUmne ltallding. Now York 1 P. 1'isker. Merchant' Exchange. Fran 7Kn the jiaper Vnt on file. ril K TO SUItSCKlttlSK. J'HF JOURNAL MtNKlt has miilo arrange i I.) da!) with the followiaK paper a .tia MAtHsl. vayr...

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. — 27 March 1895

ft. J - - - jfr 1 I A U ZOiNV rOUEilL-MlINER Vi they haveset the territory aside a ,IVX?XWX" as a slat0 of the uuiou becauso thoir J. C. ilAKTIX. Editor and l'rop'r. CHOKK OFF A usual tho Courier shows its hand in a coarse and distasteful way ou thfr prison removal subject, by incorporating tho republican party in its villainy. For tho boue fit of that sheet we will simply state that n majority of tho most ardent and faithful workors for the measure were to be found in. the repubiican nart v. viz. In the council the Xol- lowing republicans voted for tho measure and passed it: Doran, oouaoilman at large; Jones of Yava pai; Davis of Pinal; Aspinwall of Auaohe. The democrats in the council who supported it are: Bab bitt, Lake and Packard, The demo crats in the council who opposed it , are Edwards, Nugent, Scott. And the republicans in the same body who opposed it were but two, viz. Dunlap cud Kemp. In the house "but one democrat out of seven favored tho removal, and that one was Hull o...

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. — 27 March 1895

' 7-aa i .WHO. v - ! r ' ' SSI j- p.ij- . , , , j . y , ., y t Fr'nV - ' "-jrT "' ' . - , . . , r... ii. iii i"' '" mimm'mifh tfin'ml ""riifi ' n't i ' " ,' 1 " - 1 ' " , , - , . -- pup mum COUNTY in Newsy Items From Oar Own Towd ard Surrounding Country. WEDNESDAY'S Daily, March 20. D. Levy & Co. are excavating ou Montezuma street, preparatory to placiuir ltutnonso wagon scales in front of their establiauinent. The strike on the old Often mine in which the Bagsbys of this eity are interested, xs exciting a cou siderable number of people in town The latost product is simply im mense. Chief Prince attempted to arrest a person namea Oiiouoy tnis alter noon, the latter beiucr accused o: boating his wife. The officer used his gun as a club, but Chonov would not suDnnt 10 arrest oven aitor nav iug recoived some bad looking wounds on the head. Manager Gardner, of the Gapito' Mills, in Pheuix, is a visitor to Pros cott today from that city. Ho manu factures a very superior quality of Ho...

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. — 27 March 1895

Sa?P .' : "..'-"V . " -: IW t I I i I '"'HHWHIIII IIHIIWIMII IHHW IIIHmUM 1M M ! imiiii ii , t AUMOiNA JO DRN AL-MINER AFTKKTUE XtAIVI.. Soup! " . Go to Yuma. : . - . Hot stuff Yuma. v', - 'v.. ' t Tyrant Carpenter. .-- We havo simply gone democratic. ' . ; Syuonrmous capital and corrup tion. ;- Busted The territorial treasury bank.l '' Dennis . Burke's song: "Play bil liards." :-... - f;-:::.-'v': The saok reigns triumphant in . Arizona. :.. . r-.. ' ' " Well, where is the Yavapai con tin gent T ' Tako the court house, ye southern .brigands. . : Orosby of Apache, is a cress road legislator. Don't speak of statehood. Just whisper it. Send Pote Kitchen up this yay immediately. SHE TAKES A TUMBLE. - Phenix can "chew hay" for the next two years. The Indiana Legislature is not in it with Arizona. . , -. There is little capital nowadays at the capital. Skinner of Graham is what his name would indicate. The Prescott clerks will arrive next week, if walking is good. The "filly busters" 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. — 3 April 1895

JOURNAL IME R VOL. XXXI NO 50 ft50';v ilhhr ilnnU' 9 l AUUONV JOIKNAL. Katahllshtid 1S7 , PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1895 4 ARIZONA tlOH RiYAL-.U INER t ,- vt ArU'tna .lturm.l-.MIner is ib)ihcl : e v ,i dy la the year exempt Sunday. . Arlion Weekly .lourunl-Mlner is p hjhi.I every Wodnelay, at I'rcwoott, the o -tf Yavapai oouaty. i. C. MARTIN. Kditor mid Proprietor- tkrms: .mil). iir jear. in advance $18 w i , it mctBth lt0 I.ly. delivered by carrier to city sabaerib- mf . wr week. y.ckljr, per year , iV-ckly, nix moat hi. AVekly, three mouths Luk'le ropy... IV" Advertising ItaU made known on applies tUm to this othoe or at the following asenoios: 1'alHier A, Hey, Tribune lhiiMua, New 'ork IVIbt A ltey. San Francisco. I. 1. Fisher. Merchant's Exchange, frtaii- Wer the rtxr WDt ob file. $3 SHO .no vu t. ro suit.NcutitKu.s. piK JOURNAL MINKK has nwde arran meet to club with tho following papers -e prion named, parmeat to Im made iu ranee. The Wkkklt Joubnau-Mimiu and St. L...

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 April 1895

A.R1Z0&A JODENMi-MINER J. C. MA KT1.N, Editor and lro'r. WEDNESDAY - APRIL 3, 1S95 David McCoy, 105 years old, died in old Sail Boruardiuo recently. California's favorite flower this Year is the violet. Arizona has the legislative daisy. McKinley has gone the way of the territorial penitentiary wauts to keep it where it is. The whisky trust has gone by the crooked route. Anything goes since the sugar trust coated the senate. A lecturer on Russia and Siberia is doin Phenix. It mav be said thare are no icicles hanging onto him. Silver is commencing to perspire again. Tho gold bug politicians are likewise wanning up to- a fever heat. A bank cashier named Swindell in Baltimore refused to be held up by robbers. Tho robbers are said to be disgusted. Quiun is still in Washington and Hushes still holds tho floor in Ari zona. He has not been called to "order" yet. An innocont man was lynched in Toxas the other day and now justice is to be rolieved of he stain by pre senting his widow wit...

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 April 1895

TI CITY AND COUNTY. Hei sy Items From Oar Own Town aud Sorroiuifliiig Country. WEDNESDAY'S Dailj Harcli 27. Jeroino is to bavo a now tiu stop, .f ull for Ihscott, and staud by her on all propositions. Almost tho first of April aud not a word is hoard about that celebra tion. Sovoral fakirs Lave taken tho back track disgusted with the outlook in ttiis city, it is about time wo are catching on. Jerome Hoover and Barney Smith left this mormus for Phemx to bring several fleet horses to Prescott which they recently purchased The new route to Phenix from the east, via Prescott, is already becom . -n. mg quite popular, j. moon passen gers went soutu on last train. The A. & P. road is doing a fine business at present. During an hour or two lay over at Ash Fork on Tuesday by the Journal-Mixer man, no less than throe oast bound and two westbound freight trains passed that point. mi a a xno way to reaon catarrh is through the blood. Hoods Sar saparilla, by purifying the blood, removes tho ...

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 April 1895

s- Hnklr t1" of a SHicrlor (juallty Uc Quarrlwd t ltoOk Uutte. . Soum Umj siaoo B, . La u try & Sootw, who Are mloradted in a num ber of Hock, quarrias In different slates aud who know a good thing iu the litre of building stono, when they see it, located a stone quarry about oae and a half mile north of Hook Butte near the Hue of the S. F. P. & P. railroad. The stone is of a beautiful roddisli color and. is a sort of composite of sand and lime mixed and is pronounced to bo of a superior quality for building pur poses.. In fact its equal, does not exist ia Arizona, and its superior is not found anywhere. 3diessrs. Heury aud Charles Lantry yesterday vis ited the quarry in company with Superintendent JR. I?. Coleman and Assistant Engineer Drake of tho. S. F. P. & P. railroad, for tha purpose of looking over the ground with a view of putting iu a spur to the quarry from tho main line of tho road and this will probably be done soon. It will oulv require about three-quarters ...

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 April 1895

.. t - Jr ' ' "" " t JOfJRNALHtHN .0 Vil "W"Y"P ; Mil 0, jAKIZOXA aciXKK. H8tabllhd Marcli,.9Yl8Q4 ft, OLi. AiLAJU iMU OU JAUISOXA JOUKNAI.. Eatablishcd187 4.f 4 PBESCOIT, AjilZOA, .WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1895 pkige; ten cents. ARIZONA WEE1L vrU.n .iiuriiuI-WlnT W. fiibbbtiM r rt iUv in the year except Sunday. 0T,S SrUua Vely tft.nn.-l-Mlner U d JTihel every Wednesday, at PnHtt,Ue o ity it T Yavapai county. . C. MAKTIN. Editor uurt Iriprlor. TEliMS-- I )y. jwr rear, in advance 10 00 i . ntiinrli . ........ X W njTr'.IMisMrwlbT carrier to city eubscrib- 'OJK'r wee 2 50 1 i & 10 !?wKlyl six month WMkly, Uiree months... -AlTertlsing lUu nuuis kno-ro on applies tUa'to thin office or at the following aMnwoa: rAliaer k Key. Tribana Hnildlns, New Xork IVlraBrAlU-y.Saa i Francisoo. L. P. Fishar. Uerchant'a Exchange, Vrnn- the rPT t on file. voiH SlO SUUSC1UBERS. pUS JOUHNA.L MIKER has ml arrantre I ment to ClUD wi mo lutjowiju, iwvi. . : itmmnnt. tn bo made in A' I wjnee. Ttie Wekklt J oo...

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 April 1895

AlRKOM JOORNAJi-MINER 4. O. MAKTIA. Kclitor and Prop'r. "WEDNESDAY. . -APRIL 10, 1895 Tho 18th legislative assembly has made a good record. California is sending $250,000 a month east for bicycles. ' ' ' The pneumatic feature of the bicycle has wandered to the sleeves of ladies dresses. Next. Prescott is having at present a hay war. Later it will probably develop into "hay fevor." The new military order now in force, makes the sporting proposi tion of the army like an "industrial" "one. Mexican sham battles are still tf daily occurrence. The fatalities are greater also than could be accredited to genuine war fare. Everybody in. Southern Arizona ib talking about Prescott's big Fourth of July celebration. As vet there is hardly a whisper up this way. Yavapai cattle are to be shipped to the alfalfa land for fattening. Nothing is said about them beinr returned for "home consumption Postoffice hold ups are getting to be very common. This is a novel way for the hard up element of the nati...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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