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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 23 February 1887

-. -.V VOL. XXII No 40. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, FKBRUART 23. 1887. ARIZONA WEEKLlt 1UZNI WEQQ.Y ti-KAM r . rasaa mmvnm) Tata AUUM Jocaxat MmBB U pa ui. a T,ry jalitlittNl eteitMat UlAUIOtA SVSBB .unALlfixii 1 rut. ..awi Try Wadu tr I'.pitat h uie fwrimry. pi I HK ArtlKUKA rlMUMIlk .trtuwJ to ta ouaaaBrcia! nd ta.inaaa It. ;et. a' lis TeiTitory. TCtVIl DAILY parjaar - - MA tnu" oieyiu, " mz ontba. a S Money mar be remittal by r gtiri Una pmtotCce order or draft. The JoomrwMwii It delivered bj airier t aaoacrtbera la taw -Ky forsficBV Local aottcea will be taaertod ai Oftcea ceau a lis for la trtt tsacrlloa aad ten oer lias for aaefc eubr eueat lnaertioa. iorrMponaenca oa ail aaejaeu or renerai bt-ret "HI b accaptaa. an aawa troai aay ueaUtjr Is aoUdted, ea paeiallj frost. Ua adalajr a tup aad )TTinl?rl dlatrkta. U. cauuiuciruoDahoad ba addreaaod to Jocivat-MiaBa, rrnutu. Arixoaa. s C Dakb. Boob He. BL. VHrtuu' Ki cn. fcu PraaelMo. U aola aaast for tba v i-nisj to eoiiact .xaoatr...

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. — 23 February 1887

UHMU WEEKLY J. C Marti. Editor. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23. 18S7. The people of Arizona do not favor star chamber methods. Upcn what evil times have we fallen, when honorable men can be charged with heinous ofienses and not be allowed to hear the evidence against them ? The abotUve efforts of his Nacosan Excellency to "run" the legislature would seem to indicate that the democratic dog in Arizona will no: consent to be wagged by the tail Communication with California has been temporarily suspended on account of runnels caving in on the Tehachipi mountains. It is thought it will take several days to repair them. That stale chestnut, "as the chief ex ecutive of the territory," has been so peitinacIouBly rung into the tired ears of disgusted public tnat measures have been undertaken to abate the nuisance. The proposition of sacrificing the char acters of men to gain personal points in legislative maiters is so scandalous and outrageous that it is not worthy a mo ment's constderstton by hon...

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. — 23 February 1887

WEDiSDAY, FEBRUARY 23.1SS7. From Thursday's Daily. Preieott'a nonulation i ob the in- create. 8. A. H-ntsejr cam in from the east yesterday. Wells H. Bates, left for tbe east yes terday. C. M. Straus has gone home to Tucson. F. G. Parker came in from the north to-dar. Mrs. JT. Ellis propose to give a con cert.about the first of March. " A. E- Foote left yesterday for his home in Michigan. W. B. Long, a prominent rancher of the Agua Fria is in town to-day. Deputy Marshal C. T. Dunavan, is able to be on the streets again. E. M. Sanford left for Kingman on legal business this afternoon. No California mail last evening and BO proepecta of any for several days. J. W. Stephens on the well known agency of Mohave county, is in town. Dr. Pentland, onr resident dentist, gireegood satisfaction with his work. F. W. Uamrn, ot Albuquerque" was a passenger on yesterday's incoming tain. An agent of the Bell company coal aiues came in on this afternoon' train. Bead the card of A. O. Xoyes, con tract...

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. — 23 February 1887

aaai j "lli mi iW-. A" .a 1 111 II HH II IMWI it 1 1 ft ill i -.S-r-rKsi niwwr..v ft. Ft. ft- itSr. If; in) t i I , t I ! ; u i " ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-HIKER. TCBDXESDAY, FEBRUARY 23.1SS7. Scientific Rosearch " Frank Cusbiri'r, whose name has bo- come national in connection with his studies, in behalf of the Smithsonian in 6titute,of the history of tho Zuni Indians, - " who are generally accredited by all arch aeologists as boing tho direct descendants of the Toltecs and Axtecs, who peopled Arizona centuries ago, arrived in Fhcnis - yesterday with two Zuni Indians. 3Ir. Cusliinz it will bo remembered by the - Gaxeito readers has thoroughly mastered the Zuni language, and in his six years residence with them has been admitted into their various secret rites. In fact he has already prepared an alphabet for tho language, audhas gamed much infor mation from l.ii conversation with tho tongue tlia I. as proven valuable to his tory. II ii! mission hero is m the inter est of the bureau 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. — 2 March 1887

"ir-i-"? JOURNAL-MINER. 3C VOL. XXII No 47 PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1887. PRICE TEN CENTS ARffONA WEEKLT AMZIIA WEEKLY jmUUL-MIHEB. TMB KLU.1Jl JoCBKAt. MISIK I- pC u , c er-r 17 to ! etc, i-unci. pat! "uJi rr Wla I r r-sl.tt. Utpita! territory. i,ir. Kituk riWUNlH t?TctJ w the eomtnerrlsl oJ uirr ti.-n-irOS V"iTcrrlUirT. TKRMKt DAILY twr year - Jtif. Lf - oo yea?, " " ix moolbs. 2 S ;o tcT may te remitted by t tr'tri 'e nmtulire order or drift. Th- iHJHSl.MlViri'. IxMtTe'-C bj uricr t oittMcriber In to riw rtrs5rBU Ua! ootlcet vtl! b tnrlri at S"-tt-c.it a liar for lbs firt InKrt.oo riid tei tut uer Hue fur ewh itvsiuii.t .n-ftlt. Correponaenc oi !1 anbjeeta of renerai ttrct will L a-cepw-4, an. os fr tn an ucaltty is solicited, etdallrtrom the mlninr mtM n-l mtIchI jrl dittrlrts. VII comuunic iouhuld trt ddrsd to sic locaxL-Ml!cea. Freaeolt, Ir wui. 2. C. IlAKl. Room No. B. M'r-SKL'Ei- tfm,in Krunclwo, la ! u.a lvisa Jiip- .ai-Wwih ia th 't -. -,r:.. to cIlvt. musty ...

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. — 2 March 1887

." "'k"; Sa?Bft ' 2 .. ! 8' ;3 in J iRIZOKA WEEKLY JOL'HHAL-MIHER. J i. Maktis. Fditor. WEDNESDAY. 11AKC1I 2. I8S7. Congress March -ilk. orill adjourn on Friday Senator Sherman has resigned as president of the senate. Railroad accidents arc alarmingly frequent of late. becoming The New Mexico legislature dos ed its sessions cn the 25th of February, Senator Ingallshas been elected as president pro tempore of the senate vice Senator Sherman resigned Baker de ires a sewer at Yuma. Scott of Apache desires the repeal of the sheep law. Comment ts unnecessary. The Salt river and Gila rive- vallejs, in this territory promise to become great fruit-producing sections of the country. Any man who will trade off the char acters of citizens for the success of a pri vate measure is beneath the notice of honorable men. pect ,1 lln Landlords. hat just passed the lower of success in the formation rif A ( Fnsco"or any other county has been A ti!l such a remcte pioposiuon that this pa- j house of the C...

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 March 1887

MRZIM VEEU.7 JMMUL4HIEIL WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1SS7. From Thursday's Daily. New moon. Another torm brewing. Miss Ell Jones has gone to Califor- BU. Hon. M. W. Stewart left for home to day. CoL F. C. Hatch has left on a visit to California. Judge V. C. Haalediae is stopping at the V .Uisros House. B. H. Weaver hat opened a meat market in hit old store. Gt-o-E. Brown, a prominent rancherof the Ag'ta Fria, i in town. The cold ware has passed and we are enjoying pleasant weather again. T. G. Xorris. of Flagstaff, is in town attending to tome legal businaas. The Silver King in Pinal county has declared iu usual 25 cent dividend. A G. Heyle a baritone of Whipple has kiudly consented to ring at Mrs Ellis' piano recital. T. S. Bullock, general manager of the P. & A, C. R. has gone to San Fran Cisco on business. G. T. Shaw and Thos. Urquhart left to-day for a week's hunting and fishing trip on the Verde river. P. P. Daggs of the firm of Daggs Bros, prominent sheep men of this county, is in Pr...

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. — 2 March 1887

3 t is-. - j4 f H - .-ifTTi. . y' , I WEEKLY JOUfiKiL-IWIEPL WEDNESDAY, JIAHCII 2, 15S7 The Piano Recital. The rising of the enrtain at the opera bonsc, on Saturday tsrening, disclosed a very prcttr and unexpected picture to tho fashionable audience there assem bled, lacing the representation of a drawing-room finely furnished and the participants of the recital seated in easy chairs. This innovation was a good and pleasing one, bringing performers and and audience close together and giving ease to tho more nervous of the singers and players. The recital opened with an overture, Lustspiel, by Bela, played in a spirited manner by Mrs. Ellis and Mr. Thomas. Mrs. Ellis has proved herself in the rendition of her numbers on the pro gramme a pianiste of the highest stand, ing. To a non-musician it looted as if t die was playing with the piano, so easy and free was her playing of the most difficult passages byThalberg and Iisit. In fact Mrs. Ellis is so much master over all technical d iff...

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. — 9 March 1887

... m : 11 7 Til TT T 7 TATTH AT A T 1TT TTnTI 1 ARIZONA VOL. XXII No 4S. W ali SVL I J U U lin7L.L"ifllR Hilt. M PRESCOTT. AHIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH i), 1887. PRICE TEN CENTS '-l0 AR1ZCSA JQURMI-M1HE?,. The A.UIKIVA JoohwaU Ml."" I -r. .4 irT- .MVoXei f lb- cwroaerclal nd taiw in J", rts of tt TrrrtVirv- TERMS: llalLY -rs' - " f'-p 'Xr.e.u.T- " . une year, .. tr ciooth. 2 5 Mo-utt 'nT rsiaitled lj r vMeied !ie n-f 4s 0r2r ordrnd. Thr ?WJHSt.-WlVEl(. ldellTtrr-J t wri .wcrfi:ra re Ste ltr forZioiot, T.caJ WKlce mil fce tnerteJ al lcri. v , -B for tor 4rt laMrUeti oa '-t - '- k - 'in lr nWiuit n-rts '-- ,.mJ.irc ot all subject of jtoeraJ - ' irreywrj, an. m fram bdj - r "3 iWl,eIrtialty Irora the mlnlnp , . jrl district. i o-b'iiJ r addressed to i - . . 4:.e. 1'iv.rotr, Ar-aooi. . :iim N.. MntiiiM Ei - n.-ir, nute iutfor the . ll.-t mollrvi al . VlA J Jrr I -'If-T j. " J'r buin .Jtl : - -YPMDUiiV - ' " ' " k T ' .KX .-MlvB 7S Eastern of?l o tf JourL'l Kw Yorlf, end cU ortfers fsr Kus...

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. — 9 March 1887

I- IRIZDXA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. WEDNESDAY. ilAIiCH 9. 1SS7. Will gated? the territorial prison be invest Is it a fact tbtt a subject of Great Biiualn occupies a seat m cur lej;Hlitivc- hall? Since the adjournment of ceaprcss silver has advanced in pnrc Henry Ward Beccher is dangerously ill of appoplesr; expected to die at any moment. A "Washington t-l.-gr.nu say tkat in the adjournment of congress there were enough ptetidcntiil vttjes found on he clerk's erase to fill a bushel ItaiktL One hundred Winchester rules aad ioso rounds of amurition were pur chased at Denver for the,Kmss county seat war. A democratic bomb-shell was landed in the legislative halls this morning in the shape ct ,an open letter to members concerning the territorial prison. A number of very pertinent predictions are made in it. In the accident which rKatiy occur red on the Santa Fe road, the mail and express, and oajrgage cars were burned, and their contents, includiaga largo mail from Arizona and New Mexico we...

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. — 9 March 1887

WMSHSBMHMISBBtStWHMMSM iRllCIUl WIL JDUHXAL-HiHEi!. WEUyESD.VY, MAilCU 3, 1" Fkou Thursday's Daily. WHl it i-now? : Cloudy weather. Two weeVs till St. Patrick's day. AraiLoad is wanted to the Grand canon. ti... n,nit r.nvs will meet at their Sit. VCVV" w- armory thU cveuhii:. John Sorp of the Union saloon is im porting Milwaukee U-er . Alex McCaufcy, a Walnut Grove mer chant is in town to-Jjy. Over 4 mining location notices have been nlcd for record, since January 11. The infant child of Mr. and Mr. Win. Durom was baried yesrday afternoon. J. B. Fitch, late of the Tempo Xewr, is now holdup caes in the Tucson iUr job uthce. rie per cent a month can he realized by purchasing aa overcoat at the Liou store. To-morrow is the last day on which bills cuu be introduced in the lejjiiU ture. Ex-Secretary J. J. Goper, was one of the orators at the G. A. K.encampuJeat, in Los Angeles. Tiie nt nvcipts of the firemen's hall amounU-d to $129.93, leaving 13 30 :o be givtn to each company. ilr. Curr...

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. — 9 March 1887

1.1 S V - i ft i J tH 5 ARIZONA WEEKLY JDURMAL-MlMEiL WEDNESDAY, .MARCH That Cr.ino. "Yes of cour.se;" The antl bill crane is a dignified bird -As he stands by the odgo of a pool; Ho cocks his eye and leaves it inferred lie is "fly or.in Saxon, he's nobody's fooL lie hails willi a radder that trails out behind, Like fingers done up in a splint; And that lover of Ida u a weight on his mind, As a sportsman is picking his flint. This dignified bird has a d ignified song To ono who lias cultured his taste It leads one to hope that his life may be long, AYilh cat-tails galore to his waist. He garglps his lay with a sanctified mien, While he angles for fishca and frogs, And he hall now and then his smooth feathers to preen, Or watches for hunters or frogs. This dignified son? of the dignified crane Has a tone like the thrill cf a rasp As it cuts throqgh the bark and fclashes tho grain Of a stkk in a wood-worker's grasp. This melliflnou? bird is a dignified bird, With a coat tlmt is modest...

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 March 1887

off. ; :&r - - ' ; jy. 4 sag w WEEKLY JOURNAL- VOL. XXII No 49. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1887. PRICE TEN CENTS 1 ilaS MINER. M -fe JMMUl-MBL ......... V Vtwa ta I cb hi mrrWn ' Prwaw. ta .,,rtd 1 the eoauaerdal ud halneea t- - .. aiXBMBUja. IV Uoiey Biayba rcaltud by r cieteil Inter DO."OT. orr w mow. Tii'' iocasi.-BUBBwii I deilrcrd bj trncr t nlwrritri la tk elty foreat. Lical ooUce will be iBecrted at a.'tert cent a Una for Ue tret leaerUon aad ti . It- - mAk . n1uvt.a( tilr!Ini RDIH lJJ M w CorrenpondeBea oa all imMectt. of fteeral rtcrel wlU be accept. aa. ne from aaj .aMt i eolVUeA,eepeallTrroai Ue mlclna roiw cM aerie' .ral cUatrlcta. M citB-Boslrs inni ibool4 be aaareeieJ t H 3 .'nj . - . - - - I .n r tlft . uo Joor .AL-tni ta bmt tj. i lirli. to eol!ct moaiya Ib c-nl. ih.tr ordm for jdrUlo .n e a t wp'waaitaxlv h rn ' -r. TBI DiT fwrAI.'MtB iui.t, -trrtH t L-MX Br v li Inu t Tha Caaani oBo a mtm Jaumai s aaaara.PALMCR A M, Inc. atow TarK, a i Mr MATB-fOCS...

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 March 1887

IMZMU WEEKLY JOURHAL-MiNER. J. C Martin. Editor. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 1C. 1SS7 While economizing la various direc tions, the Ietiilsture was liberal to the chief executive tions. in mating apprcpria- Wonder which feeling remarks by Hon. alike Gray were the rnoit effective, those made up-stairs or those made down-atairj? The economkal Fourteenth raised the salary of territorial treasurer, as well as ihat of attorney general, Horn $r,ooo to $:,aoo per year. The printed journals of the Fourteenth Legislative assembly will be one cf the curiosities of the ajje. No journals of the proceediic,s were kept by cither house except the print; journal -f the council kept by an atache of that body. ard, would, if successful, produce.widc sprca'd disaster in the end throughout tin commercial world The destruction cf silver as money, and establishing gold as the sole unit of value, mait have a ruin ous effect on all forms of property, ex cept those investments which yield fixed return in money. These ...

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 March 1887

miM htLKLt JOUritOl-MWUL WEDNESDAY, MAUCIl 10, li7. LXAL 5TOTES. From Thursdav's Daily. Prescott is to have a .kating rink. Tlte leuis-Uture will clos-e to-day. EiL Lowv, railroad agent is very sick. The frme work for the sampling works was iut up to-day. Quite si n limber of mining men can be teen on our rircet a jtrtscut. Mr. IVtU expects to have tac Prescott dejxjt coinj'!' led in about two week. Ki-pierenUtive Dan Ming got leave of absence ai.J left for home yester day. Mrs. Deakins, mother of Mrs. J. A. Biyard, i tai I to e i-criounly ill, with paralysis. Mrs. T. J. Bailor entertained a num ber of ladies tliis afternoon at a very pltMnl lum-heon party. The. 9.h Iafantry band under the leadership of 1'rof. Men, will discoum-got-J music at St. Patrick's ball. The best iiioiiiiUinetr shoe on the Pacilic ciurt, eau be found at the Lion Palmer and children, and A. A. Moore and family epeutTliurnljy picnicking on Thumb Dutte, Mr. Moore mv, they lo cated the mountain tide for cable ro...

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. — 16 March 1887

. Tr Trf-....m- , fri.-rrrrv . 'nnrr--fTirrtf 1 2$ in Li if m 4 1 . t- V v. Wife ill f:i' -'Arovi3 -5S : H J -1 - - t! 1 1 i I 3 ll Wmntj;day. march 1G, 1SS7. 1 1 Wr CLOSING SCENES. An All Night's Session of Sklrmlsh Ins and WorkTwo Votoos by the Covornor Thursday, March 10. As the ecsEion draws lo a closo mem bers arc beginning to warm up to their work. A eclect committee was appoin ted in the council to-tUy to try and figure the cost of a 3G pago pamphlet for which bet wtn 1 and ?3 iwr copy was charged. The inter etalc commerce bill, passed by congress was aUo ordered printed by the present legislature, tht bill for which as presented is $215 or $2.15 per copy for a bill printed on com mon newspaper. The houso tliis afternoon passed the lottery bill by a vote of l'i to 10. The bill aboluhiug the university at Tucson, -was lost hy a vote of 15 to S. A night session "will bo held this even ing, at which there will no doubt be some warm times. The governor has not yet sent in any app...

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. — 23 March 1887

. - - - - -' 'a Urn ii i m nwr ARIZ ONA WEEK L Y JOURNAL-MINER. . VOL. XXII No 50. 1RESC0TT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, I887. PRICE TEN CENTS ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER. 'nr. ..iiS JuC.vL-Ml.KJi !- o" . -r - Jf la lU? ? "Mill 'asm Trrtur . S-8IUI.afi . -. tfcc eonij""tal rd ' . Terlor4. 'f ERil o-fr ' " " 411 IX t st - r- " 'i-!ir, " :a moult. 1i S remitcm r e .r order or draft. loi'.cei. be iCierled t o'Wei . f.- ti- g.rt Insertion aa t v cr Hao fi.rok.ci. uVlv,eBr inTtloc . -i-.o-lcnee on ill aabjrcts cf irener) .... fcejiled. itbSt't frits i'. . ! -ii!'-Jle4,(fi'Ctllljtroa thr- minim-.- ajrrlc"' iral diHrtfU. i'iDt..in4bou!d N tdre.ied 1" 4vUt!Cfx. Prrarnli, rixon. u. Rom .No. RS. HTThuU Kx- Vmuri', 1 o!e a-mi for lb ' C ..AL-KlMg :s bat -:ty. He .- 't.- ".a toiler moa?7 dro Ikl t t isV" orier for f,-rt' 11 oy ou-r busier' t' ...in . t ru if'JilU . il T:ir :ir i.rnsAL. Jiim; xt . 4... Miner at . .1 o Trw Enitorn office cf ttiia Journal la r-t-. .rlsr. PALME.t & RCY.O Tribune Du...

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. — 23 March 1887

UIZMU WEEKLY JDUHMAL-M1MER. f r, Maktin. Editor WEDNESDAY. M.VKCll 23. 1SS7. ED1T0UIAL NOTES. President Cleveland is 50 year old to-day. It takes 650 cos to supply Leadville with milk. Thomas Fitch, of silvery tongue fame, is now located ia San Diego. Freight and passenger rates are being idraDced under the intcr-iUte commerce bill Trouble seems to be brewing between the Mexicans and Americans of No gales. The Indiana legislature met and ad journed witnout passing a bill or making an appropriation. Charles Lux, cf the well-known firm of Miller & Lux, wholesale butchers and stock raisers, is dead. The Star-Farish-Zulick imbroglio promises some nth, rare and racy reve lations beioro it ceases. A plct to assassinate the czar cf Rus sia has been discovered in time to pre vent its being carried into execution. There is quite a demand for copies cf the revenue bill, to nake a single copy of which requires an expert copyist nine days. Governor Bartlett has approved the leghlative act r...

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. — 23 March 1887

mntm milium. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1587, From Thursday's Daily. St. Patrick's Day. K. II. Withered is in town. Attend the b.ill thi evening. V. A. Howe left for bis mine to-day. J. Lo'.iff i out at Seligman painting the railroad hotel. .Mr-. A. J. Head is agisting her hus band in the ostotfice. Mr. Bier photographed the Swisa Cottage troue to-day. A promenade concert will precede the grand march this evening. t-.. H. Curry has a new and attrac tive advertisement in this isue. John Sorg is making improvements to lii- Union Saloon and other prop el ty. Conductor Poraeroy will stop in Fres co! t to-night to pay hie reepects to St. Patrick. S. 15. Bvan, rpecMl agent of the land offi. will lave for a tour of Apache comity i-liortly. Work on the extension o! the P. fc A. C. 11. B., southward, it is aid will commence aliout the first of April. Mr-. Sullivan' More has an attraction for the ladie- th-se day, being supplied with a lot of new millinery goods. M.ijor Otey came in irum Camp Verde...

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. — 23 March 1887

L !MWLI-,. ft sr-i I III: HI 1. IRIZOH& VrtERLY J8S1MAL4MH. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23. 1S87. Arlsona as a Health Resort. When the ruiH-ring cunenmptircs ( the cast anil north learn that son Slum Arizona mild and dry climate win Muvlr extend their frail leae of life purlisps. for many yi,i'ach racowdiux winter- season will witiie many hmiJn Jj of these unfortunate people upon Ih.ir weary tilgrimage to the Mecca oi hcil-h. The good rc&ulu mtenJiu the mctv aarily oxiicriinenlal exjioiKiirV in Uii direction are highly tiu. i.r.imp, and as they are more wiJohr Lmwn nud bet ter unilorst'Hxl, the nunilor ol Uicm who will avail tltemselvcfi .if the great advantages we heir p-is-rs-, will rapidly increase To meet thin inrmnj tkle r f health rakers we must in.kc suitable prcparation-in prodding projr accom modation 6 of inviting appraraiuv and attractive sut rounding; where tlv iniu.I of the invalid may lo diverted frtiu brooding upon hi own ill and help losnct. Among the growing hrub- and ...

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