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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 10 April 1895

van pitv uin nnnwpv lull vi 11 mw vvuiui Items From Oar Own Town asd Surrounding Gauntry. WEDNESDAY'S Daily, April 3. Get your tickets for tho entertain ment at the Uoruor drug store. A. Blumberg has opened a branch of his .Now lone store in Jorome. Lot overvbodv couio out to the entertainment Thursday evening. Remember the entertainment at the K. of P. hall tomorrow evening. D. F. Mitchell has leased his photograph gallery to J. E. Everett. Robert Hatfield, of Big Bug, has filed his butcher's bond for record. Dr. D. Pentland has opened a dental office two doors north; of tho postoffice. P. M. Ayer, the cattle buyer, who formerly operated in this section, is now buying cattle in l ucson. Six prisoners pleaded guilty in the United States court yesterday to charges of selling whisky to Indians. Attend the "Mum" social of the Epworth League this evening at the residence ol Mr. ana jurs. J. v. Martin. Two sixteen-year-old boys robbed the Phenix postoffice last Saturday night, and are no...

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 April 1895

An Bdltor Excited. Brother Ftiuston, of the Coconino Sua of Flagstaff, has become unduly excited over a haruiless item which recently appeared in this paper and whila In this condition gets off the following: "A writar on the Joorn'al-Mixer whose mental vision is bounded by the city limits of Prescott, advises the members of the Southern Cali fornia Press Association to postpone their contemplated visit to Flag staff ia June and meet with their' Arizona brethren at Prescott in; July. Don't agitate yourself un necessarily, boy. The members of the Southern California Press As sociation will meet where they can see something. They know that Flagstaff is the heart of a world of wonders that should be seen by evervone having the opportunity; that" they will be made welcome by an hospitable people who are proud to dwell m such environments ana prouder still to exhibit them to strangers: and further still the Skvlisrht City herself is blessed with a heavenly climate and offers nattering in...

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 April 1895

ARIZ ONA WEEICT JOURNAL MINER VOL. XXXI NO 50 flj&gS JOURNAL. Kstabllshed 1874. J PRESCOTT, ARIZONA .WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1895 PRICE, TEN CENTS. A UZONA JOITRNAL-AUNER ne Arlsona Journ.l-Mliier is published V 7 dty in the year except Sunday. .in ,rlxou Weekly Journal-Miner is p .isUaJ eviry WwlVi t Prdooit, sue o tat i seat of I'avipai canity. . C. MARTIN, Keillor and Proprietor. TERMS: viiy, peryear, in advance 110 u nly, per month, 1 w J !, delivered by carrier to city subscrib- r. per week ? Vkly, per year 2 SO Ykly, six month 1 Weekly, three months 1 ,3 l.QSlecopy 1'. Adrertis lug Rates mado known on anplica tlon to this office or at the following kdck: I'alruerJc Key, Tribune Iluilding, New York I 'aimer 4 Hey, Ban Franeinco. L. P. Fisher. Merchant's Exchange. San Fran- SCO. Where the paper Vpt on file. NOTICK TO SOllSCltlJJIiltH. t'HK JOURNAL MINER has mado arran i xnents to clnb with the following iKxpors t tse prices nained, payment to bo made in ad vance. The WlXXLT JoU...

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 April 1895

ARIZONA JODKNAL-MINER .! . V. JIAKTIJi. Editor and Prop'r. WEDNESDAY - APRIL 17, 1895 X'KESOOIT'S MATCHLESS CLIMATE. To the capitalist seeking invest ment in mines, thero are few placos on tbo continent which offer as good opportunities for sure, quick and largo returns as the mining section around Prescott. To the health seeker, and particu larly the one afflicted with pul monary or throat trouble, there is no placo in the United States which proves so beneficial to the great majority as Prescott and the sur rounding country. This fact is being rapidly recog nized by the medical fraternity, both in tho east and on the extreme Pacific Coast, and patients by the scores are being recommended to come to this section for relief. One of the greatest drawbacks to tho place is the lack of suitable accommodations for invalids. The town is woll supplied with hotels, and tho accommodations in this line are constantly on the increase, but what is needed is a large sanitarium for the accommodat...

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 April 1895

Nil My Items From Oar Own Town and Surrounding Country. WEDNESDAY'S Dail pril 10. C. H. Akors' favorite bicycle IS laid up for repairs, Pomona, California, is sellin strawberries at seven cents per box Tnouirers for Mclnnernay's bike store are forcibly reminded to apply next door. The city council should not stop .. i . t it- x .l tne leas in uie inaiu near ias teie graph office. M. Fagan has filed his oath and bond as overseer of the Prescott road district. A man has to take out a license now to post up advertising dodgers in Prescott. The rooms of the Prescott Com mercial Club furnish a pleasant resort for visitors. The alfalfa spots on the plaza srtve one cue impression mat it is a long time between drinks. On leaving town this evening, Jim Dodson pathetically remarked. "Goodbye, I'm going to Yuma' Phenix has just votod to have a union high scnool uuder tne pro visions of the law passed by the last legislature. , The proposition to start a smelter in jrrescoit is assuunug saape 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. — 17 April 1895

S3 ' . ' "M',' )4"iS.1 . ..- . r , - ,,'- -S- ."''' ' ' " i- " ' "r" - " ' "' l"1 .'"'V,' 1 r l - "" ' ii . ' - ' i , -vis! K Doad an the Iert. On his return from Mosn City last Saturday, Simou Bnuorlodetoriniued to roitk further soaroh for human bones iu the uaighborkood of those discovered by him on the previous Mouday, aad was rewarded by find ing the skull and a number of other bones. It now seems to bo sot tied beyond perndvonturo that they were the remains of James Crutch field, a man more than 70 years of age, who passod through Florence last June on his way to Phenix. He bad with his mares, a colt and a burro. . Two mares aud the colt came back the next day and the burro the following day with a pack. A party of four men, headed by Richard Foreman took the trail and followed it to the vicinity of the place where the bones were found and there lost it. Crutchfield's dog was fouud doad, and a lock of human hair hanging to a mosquito bush but not Liner was seen of the mare he w...

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 April 1895

..-"IS"---. . " ' , JOURNA ' v.- - ,t,--vT YYYT sft UUIZONAMIXEK, Established March, 0 1804.) VO-Li. AVA1 OU JUUKNAL, Established 1874. f PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 1895 PRICE, TEN CENTS. ARIZONA WEEKLY L A h 1Z0NA JOHRNAL-xHINER " ,...uiia ,loariu.l-Jll"fr is pniluihwi t i day iatae year except Saadsy. u Vrlinn Weekly Journal-Miner is p . oel every WedaesWy. at Piwoott, Uie o itirv ft of Yavspai eouaty. , C. MARTIN, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS: J ily. per Jr. teadvaaee f 10 00 U uly, IK month ." Only, delivered bycam.irto ctty Bnbeorib- -. per week 0 iVkly. per year... - Weekly, mx moat f Weekly. three raoaUiS I & Ungleeopy 10 BfAdvertisiiiK llates made known on applica WtotkisotikeorattholoUowingasonoiw: VbJbjot A Key, Tritmne Huildin, New lork Valwer i. Iter. San Francitw. 1". Fisher. Alereliaat's Lxokanxe. San Fran- hf re the paper "ot on file. UXH"K TO JSUttSCUlliERS. T'llK JOURNAL MINKH has made arraage 1 weal to elab with tae following papers it the prices n...

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. — 24 April 1895

-am - iiw-r--- ' "' "Mr " ' ' ' i A RIZOSA JODBNAL-MINER ,1 V. M AUXIN. Kditoramd I'rop'r. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 21, 1895. Phenix is talking of Fourth of July celobratiou. Of course it will bo a red-hot one. Tii ::n..c. . .nmmfm5illr to skip out to sections whero a Florida breeze will seize Uiein. - of July celebration oithor. T,a Anirflles is said to There are more kinds of wild cat ourreucy than the notes issued by irresponsible banks. i ... r.rfc "RUmark as AW---r- AnrrAi; said to bo so HSeThan most men. hilarious nowadays that people are The Lexow investigation cost eating less and drinking more but no better investment The Yuma papers, like the c mate was over made bv the tax payers of the place it noted for, are still red- Now York. ot on the prison question. Cool What is the good of Secretary off. Morton investigating what every- Legislator Marshall of Maricopa xlrendv knows-the existence is going to run for school trustee m of a beef trust? . . ..,.1L.i.l Oscar Wildo has beau wui...

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. — 24 April 1895

m CITY AND nnm VlUlU 1 Hewsy Items From Our Own Town and Snrronnding Country. WEDNESDAY'S Daily, April TTo forftho race track. Some talk is boing indulged in that Wickenburg is to have a smelter. Tho Epworth League will givo a bor social at tho parsonage this eveuiug. Prescott should rustle for a cele bration ou the Fourth, and uow is th time to do it. The building trades are actively flne-asred iust uow. A number of buildings are being erected iu differ ent parts of the city. Work of fixing up tho track is now croinsron. It will soon be as smooth as the filibustering work of the late eighteenth legislature. Smith and Bashford disposed of their cattle at a good price. Cattle raising in Arizona is a paying prop osition, that is only in its infancy. After to-day Gurley street creek will cease to exist. The artisans of the water works are repairing the pipe at the corner of Gurley and Cortez streets. There are a number of able-bodied tramps infecting the streets. They importune tho pas...

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. — 24 April 1895

3: Am 1hJhWo to Our lerchatit. Owr city authorities should not iesua n licenso to fakirs, who coino iittrd with a worthless stock of dry g MKls and notions. It is certaiuly a injustice to our merchants to allow irresponsible parties to.coino to the towuaud place in competition with standard goods a lino of flimsy artidas, that could not be given away iu the oast. Shoos that sold for oue dollar at the fakir wagon oau be purchased for thirty cents wholesale iu the Boston market. A olose investigation by the purchaser will show theflimsinoss of tho goods, paper or pasted soles are used m this class of goods, one good wetting will cause them to fall to peices. Tho shirts offered by the fakir are dear at 15 cents, they are manufac tured from a grade of bed ticking that costs. S cents per yard, the machine worn costing about 3 cents in quantities. The other goods offered are of a like character, Xo. matter what price you may pay for the goods, you are sure to be "'taken in." The Queitiou ...

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. — 8 May 1895

. .- ARIZ WEEKLY JOURNAL xrrT TTTTYT NO ift i Arizona mixek. Ktt.biuiiea Marci.. y lstu.i VU-U. -VVV-L OU ARIZONA JOURNAL, EatablUhud 1874. f PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1895 PRICE, TEN CENTS. ON A iVI I x iL It ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER uj .irUona Jouruhl-.UIuer is vabliuued em' day in the year exoept Sunday. d u-hd every Wednes liy, at Preacott, the c i iuty H-aX of Yavapai county. . C. MARTIN. Editor and Proprietor. TERMS: July, ir year, inadvanoe $10 00 lulr, per month ...................... 1 w Utily.'Miverod by earner to city abcrib- -rf, tr week f .Voekly. por year... - SO Aeetly, eix months 1 w Weekly, three month. .j 1 j dngle copy lu AdTertiBinK llatw made known on applies t Von to this office or at the following agencies: I'almer & Hey. Tribune Building. New York Valraer A Key. San Krancisoo. 1 Fisher. Merchant's Exchange. San Fran- tco. her the paper fcPt on file. XOTH'K TO SUItSCltlBlSKS. THE JODKNAL MINER has made arrange -I menu to club with the following pap...

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 May 1895

AREZOiNA JO ORN AL-MINER J, C. JtAUTIN. Editor and tropr. WEDNESDAY MAY 8, 1895. California has recently been vis ited by copious ram showers. What's Senator Hill throwing stones at the Monroe doctrine for! The jury in the Wilde case coul d sot agree as to the guilt or innocence of Oscar. Oscar Wilde's bail has been fixed at 512,500, which he expected to furnish to-day. Why doesn't the administration try tho office gag on ox-Congressman Wm. Jennings, of Nebraska. After all this is a small world. China's war indemnity to Japan is expected to help American silver miners. Dr. Cleveland is determined to try tho gold cure, although he must know that it will almost certainly kill the patient. Delawaro fishermen recently broke the sturgeon catching record, but the Delawaro legislature hasn't bi oke that senatorial deadlock. Grant Brothers, the well known contractors, are building a line to Pasadena from Los Angeles fcfr the Southern Pacific company. So long as plots against the Hawaiian go...

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 May 1895

irnu NIL Msy Items From Oar Own Town and . Sflrroanding Country. WEDNESDAY'S Daily, May 1. May Dny ball to-night. J. H. Mills has a now rosidoaeo about completed ou Moatezmna Street ou a lot aujoimug- u. iN. liodeuburg's resUiouco. The nttoution of wood choppers and wood dealora is directed to tho advertisement for proposals for wjod of tho Prescott Electric Light a. id Power Co. A little five yoor old daughter of Mr. and Mr. Win. Murphy sustained serious injury to her arm yesterday evening while playing with other Kiris. the cartillage at tho elbow joint .having been torn loose from the bone. The other Pullman oar lor the S. F., P. &. P. railroad went south on last evening's train, ready for business to-day. It is named Capri, and is an exact counterpart of tho Alpha in its arrangements and like the Jatter comes direct from the Pullman shops. Last night about S:30 Johnny Fredericks and Chas. Austin, boys about fifteen years of ago were rac ing on bicycles on Moutozuma street wh...

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. — 8 May 1895

Sl'lCA INDIANS. A Jtlntanolicrlu Located Near I'reacott. A rauimdor o old time days when-. the unwilling- news almost hourly faced the. average Prescottito iu some Indian deed of deviltry, is roMeclto a certain extent by the nppaarauoo of. a band of Apache Mohave Iuiians in Kirklaud vallev, but thirty miles distant. They number in bucks, squaws and pa pooses over fifty souls, and are camped iu the foothills near that place. While no interest usually is to be attached to these red-faced aad "hand painted" disciples of the aborigineo race appearing nowadays among us, there is nevertheless in this one instance, a recollection of the old days brought back to us, which has associated to it the loss of many a human life, and that too, at the hands of some of the Indians who are again camped among the scenes they once bushwhacked and marauded in so successfully from an uncivilized standpoint. Some of the Mohavos who to-daj may be seen in the above valley. show that their three score years ...

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. — 15 May 1895

f ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER VOL; XXXI NO 50 $ ARIZONA. MIXKlt, KstaMlithed March, O ARIZONA JOURNAL. Established 1874. 1804, PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1895 PRICE, TEN" CENTS. sme. 1 ARIZONA JO ORN AL-MINER J . C. MARTIN. Editor uod V rop'r. U Arlxnna .TournsJ-UIiier is published T t lny tio year except Sunday. ,( Arlxnna Wookly Juurtial-Slluer in p sTory Wednesday, at Prasoott, tLe o aVT wwt uf Yavapai county. . C. MARTIN. Editor and rrourle'.or. THUMB: uljf. per year, in&dvanre $10 oo )ilx, ikv month 1 00 J . iy, delivered by earner to city suusenb- . por week: V &. ir year.... jVvudy, mx months.. Vwisiy, thrive months l oie copy Advertising Kates inado known on applies t uin t tliis irtKce or at tho f olio-trine acenciee: .'tdiacr & Key, Tribuna Boililiiifi. New York aimer A Iter, ban rraaeuco. u V. Fisher. Merchant' Exchange. Saa Fran Mlu. -terfl the paper ' '"'Dt on file. NOTICE TO SUUSCUlltCUS. i went to cliib with the firiltiwins papers at te price n...

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 May 1895

,fs ... 4 ARlXQiNA J00K&AL-MDOSR l. C.MAKTIN. Kttitor ami l'rop'r. WEDNESDAY. .... MAY 15, 1S95 j j iii ii i . Ptottix is having moro wator liti gation. Ex Senator J. J. Jngalls has pro liouuced himsolf iu favor of biuiot aligra. Tho Los Angelas Herald has como out as an avowed advocate of gold , bugisra. 'Birds of a feather," etc. New FtMmdlaiid has a big treasury deficit aud a dosiro to enter the United States. An exchange very aptly remarks that the best protection against oyclotire is to livo wost of the Rochy Mountains. Tiio Illinois democrats are nearly united ou the silver question, but It is for free coiuago and not for Cleveland and gold. Col. "Waring, of Now York, will, if he has the correct idea of the fitness of things, hereafter spell his name with two r's. "While John Bull was using the Monroe doctrine as a foot mat, Mr. Cleveland was marshaling his cabi net to have their photos taken. There is one resemblance between Mr. Clovolsnd and Rienzi. One was the last Roui...

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 May 1895

m CITY AND COUNTY. gewsy Items From Our 0n Town and Surrounding Country. WE )NESDAY'S Daily, May 8. Don't fail to attend the Fourth of July meeting this eveuing. "Who has found a feather boa? The fiuder will bo rewarded by returning it to this office. Silk handkerchief lost last even ing between the east side of school house lot and opera house. The finder will please return it to this office. Mass meeting at the Winsor this evening to commence arrangements for the Fourth of July celebration. Be sure and attend. Three new members were enrolled yesterday on the list of the Com mercial Club, making a total of ninety-seven members. A stage runs twico a woek from Congress to Austin, in San ta Maria district. It leaves Congress on Tuesdays and Saturdays. The Mandolin Club has very kindly consented to play a few pieces at the next social to be given by the Commercial Olub next Wednesday evening, Mar 15. The professional card of Dr. Ancil Martin appears in tuis issue. Dr. Martin makes a sp...

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. — 15 May 1895

I'mpoaitluiis Open to the l'nr chaalus 1'ubtlc. For wall paper call at A. Emanuel. : .Fine Missouri eider at Dillon's, tf MitctmU's photo gallery (formerly Baer's). East sido of plaza near Express offica td If yon want a good smoke, buj your cigars at Aitken's, who keeps ho best brands on tho market, tf Tory dosirablo rosidonco property for sale. Property will briug good rental. Apply at Kelly & Steph ens 23tf Mexican filigree jewelry at lowest prices; pins from f0c. up. Meksoh, east side Plaza. ap26ml The $2.50 trump at Mensch's was not made in a clock factory. It is tho bost choap watch on earth. 6t 5,000 copies sold daily of Coin's Financial School. For sale at Welt iner's, east sido of tho plaza. 25c. a copy. tf Pedgrift will havo his ico cream parlors open on Sundays during this month. Later qu they will be kept open daily. 2t Have your inaccurate time keep ing pieces repaired by Meusch and be convinced that he is unexcelled as a watch repairer. inGtf Save tho dollar of you...

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. — 22 May 1895

WEEKLY JOURNA INER VOL YYTT NTfl ift J ARIZONA MINEK. Established March, 0 1801, VKJJ. AAAJ. U OU J ARIZONA JOURNAL. K.tnblWhod 1874. C PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1895 PRICE, TEN CENTS. ARIZONA ARIZONA JOPRNAL-iUENKR .T. C. MARTIN. Kditor nnj I'rop'r. he Arlsou lout-nhl-Miiir r is published t ry day in the jwu except Sanday. Arlsoua Wtiekly Journal-Miner is p cuhed overy Wednesday, at Prescott, the a ranty seat of Yavapai county. . C. MAKTIN", Kditor and Proprietor. TERMS: i .ily, twr year, in advance $10 00 ) d, per month 1 () ) ly, ,lelivred by carrier to city snbeorib- i. lr wk V .kly, pr year - 50 Vekly, six raoatbs 1 iu Weekly, thnw monthH 1 26 n;leopy 10 . " Ail ertbrfnif ltatf made known on applira tu to this ohioe or at the following agencies: oierA.lley. Tribune. Building. New York A.mer A lk8M Francisco. I". Fisher. Merchant's Exchange. San r raji- 4 '. hre the paper k'Pt on file. SOT1PETO SUUSCRIUERS. pHE JOURNAL MINER his made arrauc I treats to ehib with 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. — 22 May 1895

AI?lK0XAJ()i:KyAL-3IlXER AVJ-IDNBSDAy MAY 22, 1S95. yOlt I'lVKAJjtTUB Oil HE.Vl.TIl. . "Presoolt affords a variety of in ducements For summer tourists either health or pleasure seekers. "Recent medical authorities place it Second on tho list in the United States for its bettilietal influence in casos of pul monary and throat troubles. It is probablV unexcelled for roliof of asthma,. although it is not infallible. Not very case of asthma which oomw hare is cured, but there is probably no place in tho United Statos where as largo a proportion of patients aro permanently bene fitted as in Prescott. In pulmonary oasos tho sanio may be said. Differ ent patients aro affected differently. WhUe in summer particularly, a very large proportion of cases aro favor ably affected by the climato and we have niimorous instances horo of people boing cured, who came horo expecting to die, thoro are a few oases which require a lower altitude. Those oasos, however, aro very rare. Tho atmosphere is dry,...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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