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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 12 January 1887

T T"J VA aVAAIlTO ''. - fa ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12. 1817. DR. FUNTO? HEART G2T ADDRES tiuatase JOMJCKKCil ar bias. r wfcaa ya im yaaMr abort MrkkaadkbaW.craMMlM.'t HAMBUHQ FK. Iktrt it rraxrlr wtiidi asa ttnl Kaebarr IV lor tt cu U lMnal eoMHaatiac. iautijt ad tlckMHivi:. Taatr acttta Jraraiat tat cSdnta their lute bBlaMMl. Basil mTTnmiiTi; irnllni J.J.MA0KAOO.., t ruff rum n in nmiiii m D.GI The "Cabinet." VoatasumaSt. CHOICE LIQUORS andCI&ABS ALWAYS ' N HAND, C.US ROOMS ATTACHED DINING KOOKS, LUNCH COUNTER. A'l the delicacies of the season sup plied. I'rivste dt- iig room lor Is did and ir paif.c. Ooud cookc sad pri etr a.trrtinre. KASTNER & THORN E, Prbprktors. BAM OF ABIZ&KA HBESCOTT, A.T. v -.uti i?r. Tt- ciiixi -a.e . tt TrrlV)rT. , tr.wis. , Prfxiacat. kl" K. KASVTCI.TIXC . .UtIUt. DIBECTORS: k. ii- jv-JCTBK. w.e. Uou-nifc hiiiit uf Ullfiinin ' nwHwrl x-Mi a 4 r irr 4.NttU, BANKING BUrlKKbe TRAKK ACTED. Drvt'aaJ 1 !rtrrap!iie ezrbti.ee an tb V!inn- eill-.t t...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 12 January 1887

mm veeily amu WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12. 18S7 The California Iccwuture is in ses sion. Secretary Lamar was ntsrried at Ma con, Ga,, January 5th, to Mrs. Holt. Millionaire Hearst wilt probably be the choice of California democrats for linked State senator. The republican party conld make far worse mistake than to nominate Lincoln and Grant ror 18 8. John Roach, the great shipbuilder, is OTtna with a cancer simar to tlie ent- 4 -a ' which carried General Grant off. Railroad freights and fares and a tax on bullion will be among the; measures J introduced at the present session. 5 The Missouri exp-css robbers pleaded - jjuilty and were sentenced to seven and ire yean respectively in the penitcn uuj. Gcaeral M. S. Quay has been selected by the republicans of the Pennsylvania "WaBlature for the position of United States senator. Tbey are engaged in New York in dis cussing the propriety of hanging a woman who has been convicted of murder in '.the tint degree There seems to be a very strong sen...

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. — 12 January 1887

j. C Manna. Edito. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1917. From Thursday's Daily. Fnsk D. Wells k now city xnarshal of Phenix. Six members of the Salvation Army he invaded Phenix. Mr. Bashford expects the scenery for the Prescott opera house at aa early day. E. II. HuJer has been appointed a di- . . .a ? w- rector ol ttie insane asyium, vice a. i Henshaw resigned. The board of supervisors have been busy u weec rinK through the book of tbe-county treasurer. Captain Robertson has been ordered to Hickberry to issue supplies to the YVallapai Indiana next Monday. Between f 10.000 and f 15,000 in taxes have been received this week by cur new republican county treasurer. Fat Hamilton i reported quite se riously ill in Fbenix and bat alight hope are entertained of hia recovery. Money is now on hand in the county treasurer's office to pay all warranU on raw Farsuv's Dajlt, Major Kimball baa gone to San Frea- cisco. T. 8. Bullock left for the east lest eveaiag. Associate Justice Barae arrived yesterday'...

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. — 12 January 1887

eXt; 'llb;!!'d'd",a JdaaaaBBBB JryMtw;T..i;, Mt.K-ropnTppi ifi' i ' 1 ' ' ' . rm iTrTtTin r 'af""-' SSK- - - r -A, LsV "7 TV 'J- if if K 62 4 '- 't -e5-r I 1 7- -- .11 : 8 - I .3 J. C JaUKTtaava-. ' WIDNESDAY, JAXTJAKY 11; 1S7. Miss TaiLi Sancae b Lecturing .aa "TVfart.ISawm Utah." The New Ilavw Ncwi ry: "Srrm looic a gift auk m Uk kiad feet" Dwctbe fM&t year 2s,ooo artklc ktve accuwulaUd m the dead ktter of&cc -' SiBULat Vrtl coaiplaiaj that the cs papera sake felmwt too rich to H his coastkneats. Orcr three thousaBd dolbrs has jut beca pid by a wealthy book colkctor for a pasphkt on chess. The trains cow cross the Missouri tirer at SwuxGty onthe ict. This mbitx bridge is used ever year. - -wr'rresicleBt Cleveland was subjected to set" rli 'airet strain on New A'eirs day ia Sjlx'i Lsnis H. Sun ton, the enly surmirg sob of the war secrttiry, is visiting ta L; WadHBtoa for the fitst time in several -- r The sa of the King of Fiji, who died lately, was educated in England, but...

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. — 19 January 1887

TtW h WMiTfc thsIWaWlaal, HsS a iba cm si fcab&oal coatUiatioa. bdiMMM aaa StaW I rftk-fatadaehc Tbetr actlaa i riat h tbctr taau U fhaataL. ML FUtTS IEIIT IOHT ffTv-.ihoJlnrt. riSai.fi .JSBBBX I III I III III I I III J I I MUM Ml a ffA aitoaau ra cwra tana- vkiaa miM raJiiy ?V'Jti1i mil I. FLaTa Wl Mtart wawiy aetttaa i rfWr www WekeMtticifH& imntpsln tim ttaaoccmDUuaaeaLLLccUa.afBaBat fra, II tt rrtar wreaU a4 J At2trueglU,cr J. J. MACK & CO, j txi ix rront st Bui mietaM, Cat, D.C.Taom. Jiontetuoi tt. "Cabinet" CHOICE "LIQOORSandCIGHES ALWAYS i'S HAND. CLUB ROOIUS ATTACHED FINING BOOMS, LUNCH COUNTEK INNOCENTS TURNED LOOSE. Geaelfty Letter from Military Measl ...fUVMrt ttUf Angeles. We are in receipt of a letter froiu mil itary' headquarters at 'los AiiKelei",1n which' the adventures in a large ;ityoi someol the attaches are pictured rather Luiabruslr. The' correspondent iaques-- tKHi write (with the exception that the OtmitJji Smith asd .Brown are. substi tuted the. r...

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. — 19 January 1887

1 If I i 1 UUm J0MNAL4HNEL a WEDRRSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1687. EDITORIAL XOTES. . verwas auotea yesteraay m .ww at ioi. W. M. Stewart has been elected Untt- senator from Nevada. Lucky Baldwin's niece has been ar- 1 in Washington charged with be- xagsnsane. Two thousand emyloyes of Lorfllard s works have struck for higher f President Cleveland's share of his Rakimore uncle's estate reaches the fab vienu sum of $193. It will cost the government I rem .$00,000 to $250,003 to fit up head gutters in Los Angeles. The republicans of Illinois legislature kre nominated Charles C Farwell for United States senator frata Illinois. General Hawley has been renominated by the republicans ol Connecticut for United Sutes senator from that stite. - China has agreed jrJ5jOoo to ,"xie American jruiuonanes who suffered losses during the recent nets at Clung Kingi California will elect a United States senator next Tuesday. Ex-senator Hearst's chances are said to be on the wane. An exchange says that it costs ...

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. — 19 January 1887

I tKBNESDAY. JANUARY 19.1887. Prcm Thursday's Daily. O. JL Ensign, of Tip Top k is town. J. 3L Vandeburg, of Weaver, k ia to wo. Supervisor WwgieU will leave for asat to-morrow. The scenery for the FreecoU opr use arrived last evening. Both bouses oi the lcgkUture have :pubhcn mini ten to pray for them. The outgoing twin yesterday ftcr jon xua offihe track near Point cf ocka. The infant chili of Mr. and Mrs. W. . OTieHl k very tick and not expected i live. J. Q. Stevens ha presented Col. J. G. rowley with a suit of clothes. The ioacl Appreciates fill such small favor. Tle concert but evening was a. coai ete success, much credit for the. man KBacnt of which k da to Joseph j jsuphin. kf tbe business raea expect their local this work for their town, they give the newspaper something to j t with. Take advantage of the great slaughter : I, overcoats and winter suite at .the ion itcre. Astonishing oargains can e obtained there. lie Herald says Pheaix is pretty cer n to hive one of two thi...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 19 January 1887

A3 Ea mcxl Jta aai lo tr-.s&3 at sum dL? n to be" : seaate renderet Gen. Logan. that be will Haying objecteu . the loirer house of Co. - eun thinks it is time foivj. t-aty oiheT 3cmocrait iartothe United Stit '2 Indiana. Ex. Messrs E. W Wells of serf to codi was com crauc canmo. a on Taesday, rf Mei tion of McGil!f a vaiuomr - w ether daj, ant- fire-dollar goj. fifteen years-' , i;oose was Vi -with its boo It k really Utt embrrotic stalaxk m cur balls of iegtsl vea iven thus early inning to feel the rolaoabc at" in tbeirsouk of aspiratiqin) ta go to Congress It was an odd Christ a New York family "W au - r .,.. coiia. 1 hare neiaier lather r.cr mo' The bill providing for ceapilinK the laws of the thorire the appcipcs of three coram2ti; sic per cay, anpaaMiOK bjr cat t;. i.,' islature adjourn t- r .wnry. ainivirs ill an . . i . i t duration uf th: bill to voted upon and th; 5- Mta&am. aad J -Drake, StCTCM, m, Lyaa, falter, Roberts, Bardick, sad r Foster, Smmk, Lyoa. ,m4 petMo...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 26 January 1887

ARIZONA Wim JflEML-MIIffilR. m I- r ' i vol. xxrr No 42. : 2-- mssss i . i Wmm HEART DISEASE. T TlMVt rjJM ll M -rot uk. m tcu-a jw tbj- " . ln-ii, taarthnf c;a arrc ciMMo. uA -a Trxa ftnirjr it t WH ctfrwhfoa. - HaEvake-r Wraaaewaeaa UWlTaR!JP!S-rif rral---tt-. by a pror- e t-ottot Wcjnea. Uufc crScoai, efeW 13 cfcSiruS. or -C&tt. UOHItCuL tTcn a oxi et trfa, obM Ua prgjrtr; rwtapMM ctcuv ,., Vai cr0 ci vblti 41ts Mllirt vefcei la rei.Mit.fcSse a Cocii ta-;-re. la csa reis crrf tte'etawk-fca,.-- ia ta KARBuae figs: . ,-y3 lV r.i iSJrra ixv ;. - "tot U riiitrtOi iaprjlUMBCBO .s-c St-'i, 5 ens! 1 J Froit St flan rratlo I. STOBF; ' ieeps a -Full. -Supply of Genertl . MercliandiBe "wlilob is Beinjrsoidat Bo't r' tum Pricses. Jen s Firflisiiiig fiqois, Bwts Shots, Bitsfilps, C " Also, i brg complete and ijcsh ttippl ATfJiJJ) YAKD ., : fOoods- cvcd free o ,ehargoto alt parts oftLt city, ioscpii livuglicrty, Proprietor MJUf WAS P WANTED J TO i Clipp Bailroad Ties ; . OK CONTRACT. Good...

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. — 26 January 1887

i " iBBr ,mii t flilMlftiliihi Tnnffji i m 'MM M l ! 1 PH . - . -.. ::..:;- , . . ;:Raapap fflZOft WEEKLY J&iiRUL-MlKER. J. t I. iiAKTlrt. Edittrt. TEDNESDAY. JANUARY 26,.- 1SS7. EDITORIAL XOTES. Mrs. Vorhees died recently in Waih initoa. Lord Che:erBeld Is. dead. He wa 65 years cf ae. Henry George, and. Archbishop Cor liga are having a discnssIoQ in the New York papers. General Hazen, late in charge of the signal service bareaa. ins burled yes terday in "Washington. George Hearst has won the senatorial prize Ic California. Money" tells . 03 a democratic legislature. The Santa Fc road between Chicago and Kansas City Is to be called- the Cfat cao, Kansas and Western.- "The Marquis of Qneensbtiry' wife has been granted a divorce on the ground cf adultery. Gardiner, the "sfeyer of his daughter's iwctthearf, in San Francisco has btn sentenced for life to San Quentin. Taxpayers of all parties demand that I the offices of superintendent of public instruction and commissioner cf immi g...

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. — 26 January 1887

WEDFESDAY . JAKAUKY 26, 18S7 FnOil THCKSIMV's DaiLY. The bonds for Ibe'temttfUi universi ty havo boon, issued. CoL J. W. Eddy, president of the Mineral Belt railroad is ia tows. The code commission will cot the territory not less than $5,000. Deputy M&rslial Dunavan is con fined to lis room -with sickness. Mn. CcruwaB, wiio of "Mr.President'' of the cduncd, amveabntbissJteraoon's train. Dr. G.W. Scott and wife have uken charge of the Palace lolfel ia Mineral Part. John McCarrom has been, appointed administrator ol the estate of Gotieib Urfer, deceased Ttdegraph-wires are befog put into the depot of the "Prescott 4 Arizona Cen tral railroad. Mise Flagg, teacher of the primary department, of the public school, is Eick wi;h tha raeaslw. - fr. Smith, nf thf wrll known lire .-v r ;m:ti. Vw. Jr TW. of tvvva .(MM v w F Apache, courty, is in tow. TestsrdJvlhB U-aia did sot leave until H xfcioziz iasi rugnu j The contract 4or supplying the city rith. nn-'ootl haa lnrn. awarded to S. C. M...

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. — 26 January 1887

-:; iBlra ... -asSBSaak. 5E.f :.'. - .. . 3' Ff-'-l-ifr---' vH:"- : IBgBlttWEBtyjDHMibMEK. WEDNESDAY, JAXUAliY 20, 15S7; THE CHEAT EDITOR OF THE SOUTH. The speach of Henry W. Grady edit or of the AtUnU 'Cormitiitroa oa ''The JCevs South," in New York rcctastly has brought that gentleman into national , prominence- Tfis PhilideTphia News gives the following sketch ot his life. ''Grady comes of good stock. His father was a highly cultivated and wealthy planter; his mother a southern lady, with the mingled social graces and religious devction, which reachad so high a type in the south. The bo was born about ibiity-iix years ago in what is called, "Cherokee Georgia." During the rebellion his father was killed fight ing gallantly on the southern side, after having raised to the rank of major. -About this time the boy made up his mind that he would have to support his mother and sister; so with a brother of nearly the same age he set sail boldly on the sea of journalism, launching as his....

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. — 2 February 1887

tjj! XXII""N- 43' ' ' i-. '3$'. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY,. FEBRUARY 2, 1887. brici-toh oarn "1 ARIZONA Y J0ffR1VAl WaiR "'-----i-W----M-J a - l I . l . , -- -- . .- ? - tr.t- TW fc V - f - ?' '- f INDIGESTION jm -aglnast-a a-Saaa atoms HalTlnVrg, Is a-a5o -Jta I J nune If ta aUiTa -uni t hat 98. FUJI'S HEART REMEtY. I99b ? ara is a hfckij comdZU,a -H VMo ara ntn -Li hui . -I0. Laafl-yaUtetratast. I. Hiat'a A IJbKriati-. itinttit rrntlirl fun J. J.MACK ACCv Sheriffs Sale. .- Mr tirltlf. ,( u utl n 1. ln.t iu( ithn -"Datrlct Court of thf Third JudicM Di-rict of the TV rritory of Aritoti. In ki;J for tine couaty-of YtkI. lttd oa tLe 13b ifcy of JiiuUkrr. A li. 187, hi certain tctlon, wticrda smuuel A. HcLxtry, u pluioria, re- crcr-p a jnacmr:i)l nffilnl ae Triton 'r.D fOlid-ted Mill nxJidlLice CoicpiuiT. defctxl- ct, fr the cam of tbrr tbo nd use ben- dri na loarieen aoinr aoa uij-iour wdu it3,llt4) cd nine doIUr (Wj cou nd d!- DurB-menin, who interest u r- ol iiz (I'-tpercrntper cn...

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. — 2 February 1887

yum WEEKLY ). C- Mat, Editor. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY '2, EDITORIAL JfOTES. Cajeme, the Yaqui chief, has been captured by the Mexicans. The Indian senatorial muddle seems as far from a solution as ever. The empire at Yavapai caunty will scarcely be dismembered this term. The inter-state commerce bill has gone to the president for his signature. Candidates for rHce in "Frisco" county are beginning to "bob up se . ready." . Th AVisconsIn legislature has elected v Philetuj. Sawyer as United States sena - tor. - Senatar Ingalls stroked the hairagainst the grain . on the back of the British - lion. Caucus is. king of the legislature ; Zu - lick rules the caucus; Parish is the boss of Zulick. The presr of the territory generally are opposed to the office of commissioner ",of immigration. ' Whenever Governor Zulick takes snuff a large portion of his democratic henchmen sneeze. The members of the New Mexico council all appeared in their seats last week armed, expecting a general fight, . "How l...

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. — 2 February 1887

AttfUWEEILf WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 2. 1SS7. Feom Thursday's Daily. S.S. Acker the eiant of the Mogol lons, in in town. Mr. Patrick Hamilton is retried to be . ' dying at Phenix. Mr. Cornwall, president of the Coun cil, is down with the measles. The gypsies broke camp this morning and left for Phenix. Captain Jackson and other citizens of his tection say they are not in favor of the new county scheme. A prominent attache to the House of representative liad a very ominous drsani the othe nightr. WetNdkse Wanted for "Frisco" Count when it is born. Apply to Mr. Aahurst, House of Representative-;!. Work has been -suspended uu the Maries and Phenix railroad, until Indians consent to right of away. The new county advocates are busy counting noes. They have not found sufficient noses yet to count to have enough votes to carrr their measure. hands ob the Town clock will be moved 37 minutes, (mountain or railroad time), j of the members of the company pared This change was ordered at the la tt '...

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. — 2 February 1887

HZMAfEQLI WXDNE0DAY. FEBRUARY 2. IMT. A TINMCklNTUM! Pmscott, Jan. at, 18S7. Ed. JecaKAt.-MiN.CJU Having toote knowledge of tke nineral resources ta the near prostatitr to the city of Pres eott, and (torn general reports as to toe line or route of our present railroad, aooeld it be continued to Phests; aaaosf tse many large openings for tee invest aaestf of capital is our tjrrouadMf dis trict, there it one locality in particular that strikes me as a field for large opera lima; one tnat would yield raillaows to ike operators and saoch benefit to the ming interest adjoisuBg it It is a U-knwn fact that one great drawback with the soine-oweers ta warkiag aad derelacaag the saines ia the large assess of water they have to contend with. In saaay localities, on high elevadans, not saore thaa tea or fifteen feet in depth is reached befora the work has to be aban doned on this account, and uatil we have ansae system of drainage other than the expansive machinery far pumping and knitting work...

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. — 16 February 1887

f J .a it VOL.fXXII No 45. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, FEBRUART 16. 1887. PRICE TEN CENTS ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL MINER.:-, 11 J f- ft! iMTEA PHUITMIW t?aU Un u ever TBK.UtlZ y In tbe week MMittMaiii Wa-m.r iOtuiLMm l rab.itbl j Wedu 4 r at freeuni, the ipltel ' i TMK AMI. "OVA ri'iLMMisw :. iterated to t t commercial ui baslnee Is. -u of the srrttory. TERM Hi DAILY per jer " fllA ffiiCLl" " one yemr, 4 no " " " tizaioaU S to Monry bit tie remitted by r citlcied Ift'e pottoSce order or draft. , Ttie JocaKL-Mlnwiu dellTcr-d by urier it uicrioert id ue cut lornmu Local notices will be inserted at fifteen cents a lice for the flnt loterUoo utd tea oU ter line lor rich lobreaueat insert Inc. Corresposdenra on til subjects of Keneral atsrest trill b accepted, snu cevs from sy ocsJItj it solicited, especUllrlron tke sslnux sans sua sn-icni'arai aistrlcu. Al commnnlrskione should be sitdresMd to si vousxh-Viki. rrrscott- AriEoaa. i. C Dakbj. Kuusb No. 65, lUrcUatcU' S. 8an KraneUeo, Is sol...

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. — 16 February 1887

UUZOIU WEEKLY J, C Matiw, Editor. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16. IKS? Silvtr 101 j in Xcv York. Parish stock is dull and drooping. The code commission is shaping leg islation very largely. The New York 3Iining Record seem to be making a determined right against Arizona. San Francisco papers announce that the bomb exploded in the Grand Opera house last week was not intended for any injury to Patti, as was telegraphed. Fisher's stock hill provides for tie commissioners at a salary of $3 per day, when on duty and the expenditure of $5,000 "to carry out the provisions of this act." The economy of the administration and its allies in the legislature seems to be of the kind to economize in small matters toward the many and let a few have big slices of lertitorial pap. Grover has vetoed another penion bill It was "an act for the relief of de pendent parents and honorably dis charged soldiers and sailors who are now disabled and dependent upon their own labor for support." The Gazette says that "p...

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. — 16 February 1887

ARCOiU WEEKLY JWIUUL4IIMEIL WEDNESDAY, KEBKUAKY lt, ISS7. From TiiURsn.w's Uailv. Hoa. J. A Brown has gone to Cal ifornia. Hoa. Nathan Ellis came iu oh yestcr day's train. . Miss Amelia Rush will cine a solo at to-night' concert. J. L. B. Alexander has purchased And is now publishing the Tempe News. "Bert" Crouch took a wagon load ol supplies out to Walnut Grovo to-day. Mart Maloney warms up some of the members in his last letter to the Star. The peaks of the San Francisco moun tain's are covered with snow. General Crook'a former residence at Whipple, has been converted into regi mental offices. Hon. A. D. Lemon is enlarging his hotel in Fhenix, to double its present capacity. Ben Belcher, formerly of this county, is clerk of the Commercial hotel in Phenix. Two companies of troops are now quartered in the old headquarters build' ing at Whipple, The train due at 1:30 p. m. yesterday got off th track near Banghart's and did jot arrive until 10 o'clock last night. Fdip Bobles was kille...

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. — 16 February 1887

mm WEEKLY JtWBUL-MMEfi. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16.1SS7. THE CLEVENCER MURDER. The Cuilty Parties in CustodyTheir Contradictory Statements - Sherili'Mulreuon deserves great credit for lus pursuit and capture of the mur derers of the old man Clevenger and wife. The history of this crime has never yet been published in full and it remains for the Joubj."ai Miner to tH it The murdered man formerly lived near Fort Thomas, in this territory, where he managed a small ranch. Frank Wilson, ouo of the men in custody, lived with the family. Johnson the colored man was a member of troop F. 10th cavalry, stationed at Fort Tho- The girl, also under arest, was adopted daughter of the ClevengerV The party, consisting of five left Fort Thomas in the early part of 1SS6, for Washington Territory, the old man hav ing eold out his ranch and was supposed to have in his possession several thou sand dollars. In thu early part of May they went into camp in the Buckskin mountains, in the northern part of this c...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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