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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 10 February 1886

."T59 ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. VOL. XXI No. 46. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1886. PRICE TEN CENTS. RedStar JVmimi Ob-i, SAFE. SURE. PROMPT. 25 bcRMANREMI For PAIN I Cm I AT DiriMIRI ASO tuu TM LTOtUB Cnri II, SlLTI OU, aa, TUTTS PILLS YCAMIN USK. trt-atu--rl SYMPTOMS OP A TORPID LIVER. uw.f ii nii Iibi ihuto, nuu tk. kwi. wit daH inwlhi toU. hla-M, (towlUi. wttk aaas- t-cHa-rl tm ss.rrt mt Its-raw sb-mI. Irrtta-lBtrafls-i a sr. Lt satrtsa, with a f wllii ada-rvtac asalsslsd s.ssa eatr. Wrlu, B1a-aa-. natterta a Ik Hmh. Bu tiftwttt ore Hufc! rer the rlafct era. ImUmmMi with, atfal touu, Mighty .slavsS Pita, as CPU STIPATION. -till 'a mu ar wpeMlT Itpata to seek case, cm dose aXKta seek a ahansaffsciinyuuasirmkui'jssBasisi. T-trl body to T-ka mm SB. IHtiyi l.l llnhw Tim EXTUCT UKtfllUA Be-orate- the body, nakes baah-y tab. siecgtbes tt weak, repairs the w-a of the srstn mth pan blood and hard nil la. tones the uet-rous system. tBvteorates she brain, and Imparts us 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. — 10 February 1886

-T. i --:r i " - "' i - . . ARIZONA WEEKLY JQURNALMINRER J. C Martin, Editor, WEDNESDAY .... FEBRUARY 3, 168G DEXEXT IS A BOX. A recent telegram from Washington . says that: -. "Surveyor General Dement, having flOne before the committee on public land:, jesterday, and entered a general denial cf the reports of frauds, attributed to him, three correspondents joined in a note tu the committee, asking to be allowed to substantiate the truth of dis patches they have published about him. - They ask the privilege of proving that Dement had made the statements attrib uted to him, and they will be given an opportunity to-morrow. One of the cor respondents claims to hsve preserved the notes of his interview with Dement, and claims they were written on paper furnished by Dement. Surveyor General Dement, of Utah, was examined by the senate committee on public lands, with reference to recent publications which embodied alleged utterances cf his, implicating " senators, members of congress and h...

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. — 10 February 1886

JsBBsMMMs '- JfcSj ''jffftS" --'iiiiiTiiiiaili'lHrfi'rfu i i J - Mil i ii i . , u. - .)' r if ma i i Miii(yiiH-jj) Wrr ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. WEDNESDAY.. ..FEBKUARY, 10, tSC I OCAJL NOXS From Thursday's Daily. The Denver Cattle Convention lm ad journed. E. Suhl, the aisayar, reports lively bas Btas in bis lije. W.C Duvet i poshing work oa the Psck mine. Freighters report business very dult in their line at preseot. Supervisor W. G. Wingfisld left for Lome this afternoon. Mr. Fisher, a special agent of the depart mer.t of jastiw, is Jn town. Phenix investors in the Louisiana Lottery drew out 500 last month. A number of commercial travelers arc, at present, in Pre-cott, doicg the town. A number of local eparrers ptopotc to put the glov-s on to-morrow evening at the boxing uilca. Lieuttnant Dris, bo recently resigneo bis commission in lis- army, nana the Corialitoe live titxkeoraptny. Tl.e ix.citl election, held yestcrdbv, re- suited iu n oteof 71 against me trcin tax li-vv for ...

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 February 1886

wawaw f --Mrtiin I,, .I mm afiru iniMMMii iiMMMMMMiiiMiiii iniiiiiiilniiilUli'WJ Flf'WiTrirr ft -- 1 1 I, 5 ft f A 8 1 k ip a ip .. m iiippui w ubhhhh h a a a mm m . . I a wam .aa. mi .eawBav WEDNESDAY. . . .FEBBUABT, 1 ArUBa Cll Written for the JoCajrAl The territory of Arizona it as large as Ntr York aod all .the states and froes aMStea'tBC territories in many of ktffcyacalfM tures; ciitnate and productiiat I now endeavor to give, at manner a little knowledge observation and experieace climate of different localkkc may be classified into tomx -climatic belts, zones orlacaliaiayi trig to elevation. i st. There are its hot beks, M ia low lands bordering the Cslsraaw. Seat and Gib rivers and their mesquitc lands and cacti extending for -niles towards tat elevated regions and having aa of but a few hundred feet level of the ocean This is hot belt, and is the-home oftae cactus whose horizontal atai projections form a remarkable J to the globe cactus which nay be noticed clinging . to a...

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 February 1886

.. BnnKM.?v ww.s- - - - i .. -.;,. - " ii t . A-.-T?r ir-i-w. wev3Er--rwww'. . r.-?. ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL MINER. VOL. XXI No. 47. PRESCOTT. -ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1886. PRICE TEN CENTS. i TAR W. MA IQU6HIURE irr Jrom Opiates, muU mm ro'.con. SAFE. SURE. PROMPT. 25 cj. at Dnrocirrs va malms. GERMnBeMEOt' FOlPJIN: (Cores Kbtur-.lia, Neursloia. I'ltfrc. crAT. - -i..n -i i riLrid. untnm dalitm Clrausrtlirlf mil. Alia) a InliBBH' Slow. HbmIm Hre. B.stare lUr yen in of I aaie. hrar-laseraaa'-ll Aqnlrk Relief, A.l'wttlv CREilT BALM has g-alned in envl able rebutAtlnn, dlaplarinr all othtr prepara tion. A port I' le i. applied Into each nostril copl3:a tib e to use. Price So nU, by mail or at me.'UH S-udferc ma ar. CLT KltOllIKB. Drusel.tt.Owtgo. N.T TUTTS PILLS 25 YEARS IN USE. Taa Greatest Medical Tricnph ef taeAgs! SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. Lossefappeiitr. Uowels costive. Pais la the Brad, with n dall eeaaati.a 1b ta. back part, rain ander the ehoaMer Blade, Valines nfterea...

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 February 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOWUl-MNIER. J. C Martin, Editor, WEDNESDAY... .FEBRUARY 17, 188 MSULUmTU UITAIUW. In previously published article con cerning W. YL Meade, United -.tales Marshal, this paper has reftmined from any criticisms of his actions, being satis fied with facts and figures given, to let the public, as jury, decide the case witb - out argument. The frantic efforts of the Marshal's friends and supporters to secure a favorable verdict for their client, and, like an attorney with a hopeless case, they appeal to the sympathies of the jury, we feel impelled to submit a brief in the case alsa The appointment of Meads as United States Marshal,to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of CoL Tidball, was received with exoressions of satisfaction by the people of this territory, with the exception of a few disappointed appli cants for the position and their mends. While the appointment itself was con sidered a very weak one by those best acquainted with the appointee, it was receive...

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 February 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOiWNAL-MIIIEI. VtfJD.SEsIiAY... .FEBRUARY. 1?, 1866 X.OCAI. NOTES- Foji Thursdays Daily. The normal school opened st Tenipe on Monday. Peach ani apricot trees are in bloosa in Tjmpe. gsnsll pox hu appeared at Lts Vegsa, New Mexico. Lount Brut, arc rebuilding their Ice fac tor id Ptenix. Governor Zulick is the guest of Briggs GooJricli is Piienix. Governor Tritle went out to tb Blue D.ck mine to-dy. Tie rna army post yesterJay ordered uniforms for its inemburs. John IUibl is iraprot inj slowly bat aa jet is aot ab'.e to be out of door. D. L. Moody winta $25,000 to be used in an attempt to to convert Chicago. Geo. Loont is on the tietta again, having itcoveied lrom serious pell of sicknass. The city xescrroir sprang a leak laat niht and the work of pumping water hu ccssed. Fred G. Uugbe is writing m e-riea of interesting article for the Star oa Indian hia'.ory. Sheriff .Mulvenon went oat to Turkey Creek today to pat some mei at work oa Lis mins there. J. W. Wiison cont...

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. — 17 February 1886

HRlZWUWEEWTiWHKUl-liWt". WEDNESDAY. . . . FEBRUARY, 17, 19 EritorialirtllisceliaMMS If the president's answer, tbrongb Attorney General, to the Senate's refla tion asking .'or "all documents and papers" relating to the canageroent of the United Slates Attorney's oSce of Alabama may be taken as an indication of his intentions, he will not impart to the senate his reasons for remoTals and appointments. The president does not think that "public interest" would be pro rooted by a compliance with these reso lutions. This means that he doesn't care a snip for the senate. Under the cir cumstances, we hope the senate will sit upon him. A man who blows about civil service reform as much as Clereland does should be nude to practice what he preaches. Denver Tribune. Herr Hager, the wealthy German banker, frequently had watches picked from his pocket At first he had recourse to all kinds of safety chains; then one fine morning he took no precaution whatever, and quietly allowed himself to be ro...

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 February 1886

,4 WEEKLY JOURNAL- ARIZONA PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1886. PRICE TEN CENTS VOL. XXI No. 48. MINER. rt Red Star tflJRE QUGH Ah glutei J-Vcc ;rvm Opiates Emrttc SAFE. SURE. 25 PROMPT. Ttii.-rRRfiM ,Ti nrtLTM. if p H, r e 1 Cures HKt" Hm. Ktan ELY'B A1A DOU n nn it n i u rsi bncHin d H l iTi .'! mi irw theHrait. Allaj" lnflamian- l'im llr! H-rei It-tr'-- li fen- e of f iintr. hear- IngAomcll Ail-k teller. A I'oMtlrr Car". CREAM BALM ba trait, l 211 rnvt HAY- Me n-bn'al'ori.dUplae'BS all other prepara tion. A par MeMapr led Into eac nmlrll: noj'. -i. a. H'b ttu rue. Price 5 centa, by loaii or at n t Snlferc -u r KI.V IIKOTMKU-i. Dru relit-. Oireco. Y TUTT'S PILLS 25 YEARS IN USE. Tk Greatest Sedical Trinmpa efts Afet SYMPTOMS OP A TORPID LIVER. I.oa of appetite, DowrU caatlrs, laln la the brad, with a ttall aenaatlaa la taa back part. Pain tinder the lr blade. Kollnaaa nllcr eatlnc, with atfla Inclination to exertion of bedr ar aalaaV Irritability of temper. Low spirit, ...

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. — 24 February 1886

-, , - - . . - "i.' - . J .js: wFr t i -' -I HI-- tRIZOM WEEUT JOUMUtMINEII. WEDNESDAY-.. .FEBRUARY, 24, 1886 The interest now being takes in the various canal and irrigating projects in Arizona is evidence that the agricultural advantages of our wonderful land are beginning to be recognized and the foundation of our lasting prosperity laid. The are of land capable of being brought under cultivation in southern Arizona is far greater than even our own people have supposed. When tke canals along the Salt river were constructed it was the general belief that they would reach nearly-, if not quite all the tillable land near the cowrse of the rivers, but while they have brought many thousands of acres in successful cultivation they constitute but a small fraction of the possibilities in this portion of the Terri tory. All along the several streams the same reclamation is even now foreshadowed and within a very few years we expect to witness the magical growth of green fields and fruitfu...

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. — 24 February 1886

AHIZONl WEEKLY JOURMU-MINER. J. C Martin. Editor, WEDNESDAY.. ..FKURUARY 81. 1SS6 I OCAL NOTES. Frou Thursday's Daily. Oar climate i gloriiu. Ctutt i in session gia to-Jy Pflenix booainc. her creamery enter prise. Hasting i reported good on tbe Verde yet. The Prwcott bi f ebS::st will organize a club shortly. Workmen arc tlready engaged in rebuild ing Flstff. T. W, Otis returned lat night from hii Tilit to Phenix. Officer are ttill out in pursuit cf coun terfeiter F'ihcr. Col. S;dgew:ck, of the Und department of the A. & P., U in town. S. S. Acker, the Mogollon Giant, and great objector, i in town. II. J. Wnizbnrg auJ family i'A leave fur Sin Diego oa Tuodaj fcex?. A 15 rear old Tombstone boy t'oped re cently with a 14 year old girl. The averace ge of the pupils attending the onu alSool is 19 year!.. To- Aztlaa mill advertised to l sold at sheriff" taiv on tie lOtii iiy o!' March. Our contemporary ttke it ail back, and s.ti "the territory d.ws rot need reform-, ing." Subscribe f...

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. — 24 February 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. WEDNESDAY.. ..FEBRUARY, 24, 189C This trill It all I hsre to bring, '. Ti irap!e Iij frora the heart; Then dearest, secept this offering Tit the last gift e're we part. : ; Ie nojcwel nor gem ot priceless worth . bought that ii rich aad rrc; ,; A warm heart's all zaj wealth of earth, With vou, I'll frcelj share. - Soon ft r away, thr home will be, To share (lie world with him alos; " Soon wiH Le give himself to thee. And mike tbec, til hi, own. . Iaj the warm tows that he has breath'd Tb dte? tore of thy bridal day, Ke'cr change like tumraer cloud at ere, That fade so toon, and paw away. . O, rasy each coming year bol prove lie that you t.oited fond and true. May all the wealth of hit deep lore. Like hidden spring, barst fresh and new. Within jour heart, O may hi rest. It's in your keeping, will you share, All that lira within your breast, m Aid with Lis jaj's, hii aorrow bsarl I know the world, has cloud and atom; I know the iky's not always bright; Bu...

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 March 1886

I- ft ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER. VOL. XXI No. 49. PRESCOTT, WEDNESDAY,? jIARBH 3, I83G. PRICE TEN CEN WEEKLY n 4W TAR MARK- 0UGHURE -FW row Opiate. Xwtrtic SAFE. SURE. PROMPT. 25 fRCUIUlA.TdCKUI CO IT IT, BILTIMCaCX, 10. at nsromm asd miuu. CERManreM! a B 111 Cim Khijuitlfii, Meontfi. FflrPlIN .'--r- rill I ft IH rtOcKTrin cmt. CREAM ni,MW,w"" -Cleasiaesithelfri A I lay a Taaaata tl.a Hull Mere. Keatere the Ken mtn mt Inir, bear. Iaa;mell Aqnleh Keller. A Festive CREAM-BALM lias coined an envi- able rebalatlon. displacing all otbrr nrenara lion. Auartlrle I. mnolied Into rurh niKtrll no pain; agreeable to use. Price So cent, by mail or at -mgsrist i-endferclren ar CLT UeTHUtK. DrurcUts.Oireeo, TUTT'S PILLS 38 YEARS IN USE, t JfedjeaTXtiamgli of the Aft t SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. Lawa .far-petite. B.w.ia co.ll ve. Pain la the head, with a stall roaatl.n la tha hack art. Fata aaaer tko aheaUer la4r, Fallaeea alter eatlac, with a ll taeMaatlaa ta xertlea af badr ar attae. Irritability a...

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 March 1886

RIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. "WEDNESDAY. .MARSH 13. 16i. The right of the Senate to make inquir ies at the several departments lor all in formation concerning appointments is not denied by the senators of either party. The riht to inquire concerning removals should be admitted as well, but, owing to the position xhich the president has taken, many democratic senators dtny that the right to inquire concerning removals exists. The position taken by the president and his friends seems ta us to be incon sistent and illogical If they adhered strictly to the opinion that the senate has no right to ask the president his reasons for removal, their position would be proper, bur they go beyond that and say that the senate has no right to de mand such information as may exist in the files of the department concerning tbs removal of officers. The distinction is dtfinite and impor tant. As Senator Sherman said yester day, it ha beensn established law, since the foundation of the nation, that the...

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 March 1886

L taiZOmWEEKinOUBNUt-MINEB. J. C Martin, Editor, WEDNESDAY MAltClI, 3, ISSC. I.OCAI1 NOTES From Thursday's Daily. Light mail last sight. Governor Znlick is in Tucon. Xogalcs is to have another paper. A sheet and pillow cue aity is talked of. Hon. , V. Callca has returned to Wal- nut Grove. The Pretooti Social Club heW a meeting last night. Court will probably adjourn for the ttita on Saturday. Three divorce roils he liseo hard this week iu court. The case of Mies v. the territory is being argued to-day. The Calico Print ha reninved from Dj gett back to Calico. Stephen 113, if Ab Fork, was married recently in the east. Judgment by default reodete.1 (r day in the case of Illofcard V4 Bilea t al. A Phenix. ctangchst will wit fteicoU iioN ly to hold a aerk of revival uieoitug. Martin Maier. ol the Exchange Saloon, left far Saa Finacisc u a vmt this ihoui- County Assessor lao Al. Muwapc u commence the annual r.oe of t jtua tin Tuesday usxu The Gazette sajs uutemw HQ- lii eone iouth to re...

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 March 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. .WEDNESDAY JUKCD, S. ISC . . vn:n-rit: kditoil. .The following from the Chicago Tri bune roAist, of course, by literary true. It says; The latest tale cf presence oi mind in an emergency, ;'ns exhibition of which was attended Jiy magnificent results, conies from Albuquerque, X. M. De tails of the incident are lacking, but its character was such that i: is safe to fill them in by the imagination, It. appears that the editor of an Albuquerque paper had been more straightfarward in some of his printed assertions than is customary in that community, and that after consid ering the matter eleven citizen"! of the place concluded that the best thing to do was to iynch him. After the far south western way, they did no: conceal their intention, and the tact came to the ears of the editor that a certain night those eleven citizens would hang htm. I Ic lived alone in a Jog house, consisting of a sin gle room, with a cellar undemeatlu lie had but one companion, a p...

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 March 1886

TV T-.- ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. VOL. XXI No. 50. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, MlRBU 10, 1886. PRICE TEN CENTS. Red Star SAFE. SURE. 25 PROMPT. AT WrMUII A1TD OIL GERMjeME For PAIN it uttiaotsrs wo nuio U HUM OH LMI Allay lai Uaa. Heal. kaatar the Mea M af lulf, hear taSaaMII.Aalrk Belief. ArattlT CREAM BALM kti c&loed an enTl abl. rebatatlon, displacing all other prepara tions. A part lrl is applied Into each nmtril: bo pala; agreeabl. to use. Price So cent, by BiiioTKiniEriiu :sna xer cxrcu ar U.T TMKB. Druggist. Owfjo, Y TUTTS PILLS M YCARtlN USE. t Txiajaaktiia tot SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. a mh(IUi Bmli CMUr. rata la a . with a tell aeaaatlaa la th art. rata aaater ta. aa.aMo HMMtrMtuitaintav ta asattlaa af Bad- ar astaC. farttaaHlcy af f i . Lawaalrita. with a tHi af aarlac aaglaetaa ams. 4ut( Waartaaaaj Wnlna, aTtaltariaa at th Bwn. Baca arr. tha ayaa. taa rlcai ay. Bssils.ns. arlia BUklr ealaraa Criaa. aaa CONSTIPATION. u rmj are atpactaiiT luynm ram oca doaa .tra...

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 March 1886

ARIZONA WEEKlTJOUiMl-Mim. J. C Martin, Editor, WEDNESDAY MARCH, le.lWB. f BerrrH mr IHIBTHIIV. J. H. Bates, the New York admtkiag agent, after thirty years' experience ia the business, says. "I should Judge that the people of tkk country expend at least thirty times as much money in newspaper advertising as they did thirty years ago. The east increase of population and newspapers explains a considerable part of iais, but it mostly comes from the most general and freer use made of the advertising columns by the general public. All classes bare come more and more to belir-ve that the newspaper is the most impersonal, self-respecting and effective way of getUng before the public with what any one wants to say to it Thirty years ago a man who should speed $25,000 a year in the newspapers would attract attention as a large adver tiser; now there .are houses expending almost as much monthly, right along through the year, without attracting attention. Mr. Robert Bonner whose ndertikings in...

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. — 10 March 1886

M..lC-', iff (ZONA WEEKLY KHMWa-HINEi. I WIDJWDAT.... MUCH 10, 18W From Thursday's Daily. The now k rapidly wiispiHring. Lea F. Hal bM retaraed to Prescott. No Pbaiz sail timet Satarda- sight Tha raarcsrr took a downward tarn last aifat. "Last sight's" Asfe Fork stags cast is at 8:80 this aorsiag. Tbs Hook and Ladder claisas flrit boson for the fire tbU morning. The social dsk will introduce a amaiber of sew dances at their part to Borrow Sight. A ovsabar of tba cheap ticket! sold in Sis Fraaciec save toasd their way to Preaoott. The Baard of Sopemsore bare awarded, the contract of repairing tba Bell caajen road to J. M. Atore. Major Frederick VaaVliet, or ttelOth Gantry, baa bees granted thirty dars' lean of abaeaee. Xsr. Cook aad Doagberty, of the Board of Bapertisors, were in seesion to daj, having under coeaideratioa Tarions tatters of pablie laterett. The pea i Mightier tbaa the a word, and rat-h of tlie wealth of tbe country is dns to tbe bog pes. St. Jacob' Oil baa been foasd...

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 March 1886

V AR2NAWEEKLT JIKHl-MliM WIDOTSDAY MAB3H "s"8 , Yum r tlx m w The Gacinrti Commercial Gazette cives a list of the Vance family, who be- lone to the civil service ref-f-i wing ef the great party of un terrified, and wfco draw their support from Uade Sam. Tfce Senator bails frem North Carolina, a very fortunate circusastaace in providing for his relatives. The following a the list: Z. B. Vance, Uaitcd Stats Senator; salarv. Ss.ooo. R. B. Vance, Assistant Ccmmisaioaer of Patents, $4,500. C F. Vance, son, clerk to the lietor, $2,190. Z. B. Vance, Jr., son, Geological Sur vey, $6co. W. a Vance, cousia, in tb. Treasury, $x,ooo. T. H. Vance, cousin, ia I'otffice Department, $1,800. J. Vance, cousin, Mississippi River Commission, $1,800. D. M. Vance, cousin, in the Army, $1,700. E. Vance, cousin, Department of Jus tice, $1,200. David N. Vaace, cousin, Internal Revenue, $-125. A. R. Vance, cousin, Government Printing Office, $600. A. P. Vance, Army, $720. E. Robinson, nephew, page in the Sen...

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