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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 4 May 1887

JOURNAL-MINER. vol. xxm-Xo s. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1887. PRICE TEN CENTS v v ARIZONA; WEEKH AB1Z0U WEEKLY JDUBUL-M1RER. MH.V1 I'KINTIXIJ IIOtSKJ Tmk Akixowa JoCkal MIJ.BK i I l 1 v r iaylauswtefc xei ; -and. rKAUlKVA WCtK .V jOPBSAU-MISKR i ti '..L wvacy VMa .i.T at l-wu.l - H .!! fe tie commercial and hmtwut to- - - tlis I erniory. THftMS: nAXi.V r er yiDi an year, 0 " ir month. - -doaey SiJj fee remitted by r c'-" Ue p.vtottee rder or drift. for J"tfcKU-llXIR. lJfUv by rxtrU Brlrs c thr- ty tor eetV abbon ill be lucrivi at i.'ts n.U Ux fo tie arst tojerl.. aad tea : ry-r II a far . auVequent isrUa. Oorr-poBdMcc on all subject vf areBeral cWt will k? arojpVetl. a at. sew fr- any 'ility i eWcltS,eeUHy troai the m'oit 70 and ajrrwi' .r.J aKtrarts. nkMts sboulll'be nMrcrfed U 1 T.chv vlMrvxH. 5Teeoti. Artunta. ; r nat, Room . M-In' K !..,. v'nirinco. u mie krentfor tbe k laAi.-Misa tB ht cv j H to rll is; d "M .I, wk orJm for i-itai f-t,(' i. nr otber basia' t.,iia2 Ti...

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. — 4 May 1887

J. C Martin. Editor. WEDNESDAY. .MAY 4. 1887. Eastern journals call the long-haired poet of the Sierras, "Walkin" Miller. Statesmen aspiring for the presidency in 1888 seem to think the next political battle will be fought in the south. The cholera has reached Guaymas, and is attended with unusual mortality. the deaths being three out of five cases The rewards offered, for the arrest and conviction o! the Pantano stage -v.v...., ViU territory amount to juuutia it. . $1,300 each, cr a total reward of $11,- 5- Henry Smith, who was appointed a member of the 1-ive Stock Sanitary Com mission from Apache county, has declin ed and MO. Howe, of the same county, has been appointed in his place. Mining men are jubilant all over this section. The predictions which they have made for years seem about to be realized, and the great wealth of our mineral resources is at last attracting the attention it deserves. Notwithstanding the fact that Gover nor Torres denies that the cholera exists in Sonor...

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. — 4 May 1887

IWZOMWBUJMWKI. WEDNESDAY f ...MAY 4.1SS7. From Thuksoav's Dailv. Co!. H. A. liigelow is in town. Over ten feet of water in the city reservoir. Hon. W. H. Robbins and wife left for tbe east to-day. Clark Jk Adams mill is having run of custom ore. C. J. Wimple came in from the Urad tbaws last evening. Grand Lodge K. of 1'. will meet m I'rescott, May 25th. J. A. I'arfc came in from the Cataract wines last evening. AV H. lticc came in yesterdav from bu mining camp, south of town. Mn, Andrew Heed, of Turkey enk. impending a few day-mPrescotU i Mr load of machinery came m yesterday for John S. Jones, the mining C Y Shelton writes this paper, that he iE meeting with very fair success on Viiii inn cast. Professor Chas. V. Williams has just returned from a visit in the Jtrau-a mining district. L. H. Wil.on will move the general office of the railroad into the iiewdefKil Fkom Friday's Daua, 'o mail from the west to-day. Mrs. Ellis and her two sons will leave for the east nest Monday. The pump...

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. — 4 May 1887

.:2sfi 1 1H -31 : Wj-JAlwr XWcC& yAV.-! , , ' : a-- im vjJJtmt'Wmml. ST0CK mv,Q f!0wt abizona start? r,n i&3-.n iv w f y Jw o?.f J AM-.uiu-'iyjjgKaTvg, jnics. as me iaw rrr. I I n l iiii I ini . ' i j ij.u.i .;: K'j.i,Tfi II 1 v i ll ,&-0 . W-. centum o( ,h. cpftal ' ' Ca rvimr U. S. Mni. W W i If 13 X K h figs ' ilMi ! I-- -- iA JWlei was on sitneARw u ashington recently Ofy tlieirs of General Dawd E. Twiggs, A of New Orleans, to recover the value of certain property taken ty the United States during the military occupation of that city in tS6:. Among the property was some silverware, ot which the fa mous spoons constitute.-a part the spoons of which so much has been said and so little has been known for twenty five years. General Butler has, of course, pre viously denied that he had ever trans ferred any property in New Orleans to his own pocket, but this is the first time, we believe, that he has been enabled to make a detailed statement under oath as to the disposal ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 11 May 1887

- mpi. , i ""m i atii, 'i. i i . ' ii iAnBBwawawawawawanwi ARIZ UNA WEEKLY JOURXAL MINER. VOL. XXIII No 4. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY. MAY 11, 1887. PRICE TEN CINTB iRilQHl WEEKLY. tl . the-Territory. cikm.v MiBll.liSSi : .g.l to the commercial and business In e Territory .AlUrrr '2 I ieyeir. 7. - sir months. Honey "T remitted by r giaUMeJ letle Do-toifi'e order or lrIt. rrlrrT aurwerlber In the city fortfcenu Local notices will be Inserted at o'U-ej. -raw line for the first insertion and ier nis I'"'- fM" each subsequent insertion. Corre;.ondence on all subjects of general ntre vIlU arcrpW, anu news from any ocallty I solicited, especially trora the mlnlne ape and agrictil iral district. ';eommnuieaonB should be ldresed to a JocKf iL-MtSTEK. PfeseotL Arizona. C. 1MK. Room No. , MerenanU K- ..e.Kan Vranelo. U sola WJf . . ,,.,.... to collect money lre ini V. . . i tak orders tor advrUni .1 -hJ to uir nlbrr boilum devolving .rw iwi'. "reprp.enUtlT- ifthepu'' T.la AIT JoUEWAt-MlW" P...

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. — 11 May 1887

UtIMU WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. J. v- Martin. Editor. WEDNESDAY.. MAY 11. 1SS7. KMTOKIAL .NOTES. The Navajo Indians threiten trou ble to our neig!iborrNew Mexica Phenix democracy do not take kindly to Governo Zulick's editorial emissary. The Tucson man who knew all about the trainrobbcry seems to have been mistaken . Major G. W. Barter, formerly of the Tucson Index, is now city editor of the L-js Angeles Herald. Charles 1. Faulkner, of Martinsburg, has been elected United States Senator from West Virginia. 0t?r 15,000 coal miners in the Con nellsville coal regions aic on a stnke.and 12,00c ovens are lying idle. Three sheep herders died ol fright from the effects of Tuesday's earth quake near Albuquerque, Wells, Fargo & Ox's detective tele graphs fiom Tucson that no clue has been obt lined to the train robbers. During the month of April tne na tional delt 573S decreased -"jiS- The total interest bearing debt is $o,ioS,- 459.3oS The Epitaph continues to wrestle in prayer with the pres...

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. — 11 May 1887

' e ' - . 3 i -- i j. ' ' " T .OTAr lm i i i n Ti . I Mew Millinery CMrfi. 4 BSiZOKi VilEK ikl WEDNESDAY g --3r MAY il.lsb" From TiiURays Daily. M:. Mooller lias returned from Cali oruia.i Fifty cord-- of wil arc wanted by our citv council. Ore continues to arrive iu Prescott, in large .jiuntitie-. Mr. Laura Henry i uniting the school at A?b Fork. Mrs. I. G. Ilrecht will leave for a vt eas-t neit Monday. 1'rof. Cha. 1. William- le& J'tetor for a laiiini'M trip cart. The Women's Kelisi corps held a meeting thi afternoon. G. W. .Vagle, one of the Walnut Grove contractor.-, is in town. The pump for the Peck mine mu sbipi-ed ly ox team yesterday. J. L. Fisher and wife gave a po-gre.-five eucher party last night. Judge J. H.Wright and Judge J. J. Hawkins have returned from lliumx. Mrs. F. G. Parker and children have returned from their vkit to California. C. Ibiwman. of Flag?tfl", left for home thi- afternoon, sftsr lni visit to l'rueeott, Kev. J. G. Eberhart and wife will leave on F...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 11 May 1887

I1 I Will I' 1 1 II H I HUP I h IHI ni H II1 I ' l III Mb II l I j H HBlliii iliiiyili m l Pll BMMII'IP1 --m. o iHi-'- a im--&t2-7T-- li ft I - 3 t is - I'd.' -" si 4 '-Ifflr? p. , 1 1 - r - 5 ,-. 1 m HaBTIliTlTi I I r aawWa&;v ' 2 it attest I it"- ' - i I I I 1 aaa mill II III I i : "Wi iE'ilMU-A' Lm . t I s MHBHiHKflvur Yr:xnwv- . I . - . .MAY 11, ISS7- A Warm Appeal. Tiie follouiugfrom the Colorado Miner will find a response echo in the hearts of more tliun one ih,wiviik.t editor of tint west. There are a few ttibrcribers to this paper a.ho wlio may read it with more than ordinary interest: Do you owe no anything? If you do, will you kindly get up and hump yottr selve ; hustle aioutid and send us, if not all you owe, at leat a part. There i- a limit to even an editor'.-' endurance. It corts money to print a patn-r ink cosU mouey, the wearing away of the gray tissue of the brain is purchased. Some people may hj able to exist on mow-ball, and during the r-eigeof Paris hundr...

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. — 18 May 1887

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. VOL. XXIII No 5. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MAT 18, 1887. PRICE TEN CENTS tilOKft WEEKLY J0WUUL4WIEIL .......vi !,iniiiL-y!ltK la Pli , u.-i -ry WeUu l IT-.-.'.. ib .. .1 " ivrrllory. itv ... ibe corume.rrisl and l.uii in. - Terrrtarj. TSHMK: . .-r - JIS.ll. uMI.V ..;ie year. ' ix niunlh. - 5" tn-f be remitted by r cit i.'ie--yeO- or draft. rtit. J v,-KSH.-MlSKi'. I .delivered .) r!er I -i'i r!V'rr tc the ril) forctitf i,aj notice will b-s inserted at afire 4, a iin for tie ttrtt luierliun aim trr mi Hue for each subfequent lusertlnr .mr-pondence on 11 subjects of cenera! t met wlli tv accepted, am. news from an) . it solicited, especially trom tbe raiume ,'a.! iriCf J jral district. iwn.anDlr,.iocs should bo addressed to v,u,Mix:". Prescott. Arsons. . Iukic, Kof.m So. A, Mervbanta KI--. Han -rucle. It ol snt for tne (i jtrrAi.MXKaK in tliit city. " . . to onllofit money dc Ml w . -, onlcin'ror itwl'lit vj : f ' otiier t.ustue.lv.ii-u w. rat 1A'Y InB...

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. — 18 May 1887

- a is?:. 1: I AMZMU WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. J. C Martin. Kditor. WEDNESDAY MAY IS, 1SS7. EDITORIAL XOTKS. Los Angeles is the boss city of the country for libel suits. Bill Nye calls it the inconvenient com merce bill. Xye is level headed too. General Miles has filed a protest against the return of the Apaches to Arizona. A man styling himself the "Doctor of Hell" has been entertaining the aniens of Tucson. The Tucson earthquake shook up the nerves of a book agent to such an ex tent that he has "gone crazy." President Haggaman, of the Colorado Midland, says that that read will be opened to Leadvitle by August. Justice William B. Woods, of the United States supreme coutt, died in Washington, on Saturday, of dropsy. The only condition that the people of this territory would consent to the return of the Chirieahuas would be for their execution. The Journal-Miner, as usual, was the first paper in the territory to an nounce the death of Arizona's first gov - ernor John X. Goodwin. SanU Fe ...

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. — 18 May 1887

ffiZOU UtEKL: JfUJUL-MINER. WEDNESDAY. .MAY IS, ISbl. From Thursday's Daily. "Let the galled jades wiuec." Nice pring lamb at the Tragic market. S. B. Bevans left -for Phenix this morning. E. W. WellH has retired forthcnrm'ut, from the practice of law. "Mike" Hit key is making a war of extermination, ou the ants, in the plaza. Robert Kennedy went out to the Hasaayampa to-day, for a brief recrea tion. New steps are being erected at the yeveral entrances U the court house plaza. Ex-Mayor V. N. Kelley and wife re turned yesterday from their visit to California. Paymaster Glenn arrived at Whipple, on yesterday's train, and paid oil" the boys in blue. Diamond Jo jlteynolds, the mining millionaire and steamtioat man, arrived on to-day's train. ltodcos in several districts of this, county have been dispensed with this year, owing to the scarcity of grass. A. T. Stewart once said : "lie who inve.-ts a dollar ia business should iuvot another dollar in advertising that Iium ness." Prtwotl ins...

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. — 18 May 1887

- - si 1 I I J! ft h?j m 1 r HZMA WEBLY JNMUMMIE1L WEDNESDAY .. .HAY 18, 1887. Printers' Day. Thursday, May,, 12th, wag the birthday of George W. Child, of the Philadelphia Public Ledger, and as euch wa6 cele brated as Printers' Day "by all printers east of the Mississippi river. The craft vest of that point celebrate the Gth of September in like manner, that day be fog the birthday of A. J. Drexel, the well-known Philadelphia banker. The occasion of the observance of these days by the craft arose from the fact that at the meeting of the International uniou held in Pittsburg, in June, 1880, each of the above gentlemen presented the union with his check for $5,000. The donation was made without any suggestions or conditions as to the manner in which it .linnM tx onnded. The union de cided to use the money in founding a borne for superannuated printers, to be located at Philadelphia. On the recur ring anniversaries of these gentlemen the printers donate the price of 1,000 yaa of compo...

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. — 25 May 1887

i r WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. ARIZONA VOL. XXIII No G. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1887. PRICE TEN CENT iBlZGHu WEEKLY JOUMUUMa . ........ . Intlitvil.-MIMII U -pllit.' t vs. -umuiercial sad l.isi in. . . ,, . if- Territory. r K Btthl S- I,'- - ..ueye.it. - - six tanalLs. i $u remitted by r c-i-i ti.. -U- i- tracr or draft. ' fb- ifc-SIWlBwt l.deliTer-d In ... .-'I...-. In V .. if 1. . r li til. i'llCifc' iv.1 --..-. r i. .- ' ' (Attn 'w tur the 4rt lnsertioc and let j . ..i- nr Hae f'ar each neflurit insertion. I omwrnmitaare oc ill subject t irrner4l , r.t will aec;id. aob et from any ..cut-ty If slitted, especially trom he minims t.p . i A.-ricv'' iral district. ..THUo-j-tJont Jboald fce Aitares-ed to -t I K.tu.MlxrK. Vreseott. t-oai. intt, Roam No Mml" K'" ., . rci"e. Is ole a-l tor th - - . j.n.u-Mi'Oclh ths' , - . to olit loonfjrfc 'In " : jl, itke twdr fur ertiJu ,. ., tnf ottir t.nslrte.1. 1t.Mu . . . epr. . it.ttv it- p" . .r-v ti'MtKm . 'tM'H ii ... .w IM Bksrn off 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. — 25 May 1887

lli1! ' Ifif lam - -v rasai mi fU Silt S. i 1 If - f Sal Bp -xrr-h WTCflY IQUIIUI JHNER. Martin, Editor. WEDNESDAY MAY 25. 18S7 EDIT0U1AL NOTES. Silver is quoted at -94$& lead $4-5- Carp are said to be abundant in the Colorado river. Major Ben: Perley l'oore is seriously ill in Washington. Sullivan has agreed to fight Jake Kilrain for $5,000. The Virginia state senate has refused to pass the repudiation act. The $75,000,000 fortune of the Sands family is yet to be divided among the heirs. Henry George is getting his party organized for business in the next cam paign in New ork. Ex-Governor Smith, (Extra Billy,) of ir:,,.:.,;., a few davs since, at the ace of ninety years. The Illinois legislature has passed a law making marriage between first cous ins incestuous and void. The American sugar refinery has sent .JiKnn noimds of sucar to New York over the Canadian Pacific from San Francisco. General Simon B. Buckner, who sur rendered Fort Donelson to General Grant, has been nominate...

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. — 25 May 1887

- 4S)2uraftERLi JQURHAL-M1NER. WEDNESDAY .MAY 23.1SS7 From Thursday's Daily. ML-s Celia Miller is sick. Wheat is looting well in Sam Miller's field. I I risnlnpr received a car load of Slour vestcruay. Four car loads of freigbt arrived on vtwtcrdaj 's train. v J. Sehofield is acain under medical treatment in Preseott. Eucene Barnett came in on to-day's train from 15 Angeles. The soldiers rtationed at Whipple are engaged at target practice. Croquet parties give promise of tuper fetlius progressive cucher. Auotucr car load of machinery arrived ywtenLi y for Diamond Jo. Mrs. V. C. Dawes is htonpinR tor a short time, with friends in l'rcscott. The Pro-colt fc Arizona Central rail road is doing a good freight and pascen- ger business, ltobert Schofield was in town yester- liv.anil ld several work oxen to Diamond Jo Kcynolds. X. Ellis and Kolert Cartinell left this afternoon for the Clarence Jtuby mine, owned by the former. Joseph Campbell left for Alexandra, after a day spent in l'rescot...

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. — 25 May 1887

11 1. -;i- : : - ' , ml : ill' if' 5 I- n -w z - - - 1 - WZfflU WEEKLY JOML-MiHEH. WEDNESDAY MAY 25, 1SS7. Arizona's Advantages" We are not going to dispute it. The summers are as hot in Arizona as in al most any other portion of the United States. But we are really fond of the season, for, ah, there are comforts and luxuries that come with the weather that more than compensate for its lack of frigidity. There's the watermelon! Yum, yum! Oh, synonym ot bliss! Let's hear (ram the cext county if there's anything belter at morning or at eve than a great gTeen sandilb? Our devj il can demolish the man who says there is. Then there arc b:g juicy pomegran ites, so full of delicious pulp that their jackets burst. There are peaches the size of your fist, grapes that hit you in the correct spot and everything else that an epicure could chcose in the vegetable kingdom. There is a river you can bathe in without shivering your teeth loose, great shady tees under which to rest and the blue besta...

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. — 1 June 1887

WEEKLY PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1,-1887. VOL. XXIII No 7. JOURNAL ARIZONA S 1 UiI0IUirEEILTJOUlUUL4IINER. t-TEAW rlTI3SU HOLNfO i.s..i mrr dar In lb. week eaeept Sana Pu "l.Ju Wedu JV l lT.twnH.Hrt jvlix! uf in. Territory- nK .(KUOSfA l-lIKUHBISi CO. IVtvotoJ to tie conimcrcHi and uuslue tn. ..M.r - ma v.t- " one year, M Mouey ny reultted by r tfslered letter DOdofice order or drift. He Jiwsvwil li delivered .r rrler fc subaeriber In the city for-tScenle Local notices will te Inserted t ulte.a eenl a lino for te first Insertion end tra nU jer Hue (or each aubfeojient jaaertuia. 0rref pondence on all aubiecta of Jeceitt ntercat 1U be aeceptcd. nu nea from any ooJily I solicited, eapeelally troralae mntn oil and ai-ricltaral district. AtleomuiuntcaUoniabouldbe addrcsred W HJici4.NiUMi!.PrceotLArliona. K. C. Koom No. 65. Mercian ikoce. run Krauelaeo. U ol ajentlor . . tiVA J(iBKAl-!W In that cl'r. ll i unrlaed to collect money, due in. i-UhMftnt, take order for a-,a (end to 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. — 1 June 1887

r d sa an cri a an - prj tin irfi fai cea baf : ncf era. dei' "tr ft . it . E; t . r asi. wT i i I x r 1 e-I- c . b ) 1 1 w . fOt tia jf MEMORIAL WAV. fkj J. C Mutih, Editor. wC:? WEDNESDAY JUNE 1. 1SS7. The Gazette thiaks that more hanging M seeded in this teiritory. Cleveland will be the democratic nominee for president in iSSS. lieutenant Cashing has been making some important pre-historic discoveries in Matkopa county. ,(f New York dry goods clerks have or , guinea tnemseirai iwu a u..n '&3y -the purpose of marrying rich girls. for A rich discovery of mineral, equal, it is said, to the famous bonanzas of the Comstock, have been found in Unga Island. Alaska. . The president has ordered a detach ment of cavalry to eject the cattle kings of Wyoming who refuse to vacate gov ernment lands fenced in by them. Attorney General Garland says he does not want the vacant assocUte judgeship of the United State supreme court, and will not take it if, citerea to him. Tames R. Keene, who a ...

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. — 1 June 1887

.JUNE l,lSi7. MEMORIAL ADDRESS. Delivered by Rev. J. C Ebernart, at the M. E. Church, Prescott. Sun day. May 29, 1887. Subject-The hero and kla reward. Text 'Am they ret rtom tbe r labors, aud their worts do follow Wem." Ksv. Me, uv, The history of our race is a history of war. From tbo last murder, back to where Cain's bauds were red in his broth er's blood, war is the universal theme, Yes, even far back of that; even in heaven itself, the sharp knife of rebel lion was lifted against Jehovah's omnip otent arm. with its resnlt that Satan is in the world, going about as a roaring liou, seeking whom he may devour. The line of the ages is drawn in blood. Ia it an Alexander weeping for other worlds to conquer; a Ca-sar crossing tlie Rubi con, or a Xerxes crossing the Helles pont? Or a Napoleon, wading through rivers of blood, and carrying his victor ious eagles beyond the Alt,? Is it France, lying prostrate in the throes of the French Revolution; or the green sods of our own beloved lan...

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. — 1 June 1887

-I, it .JUXE 1,1887. Cases in Court. Below will be found a correct list of .1 i j causes. tticcn irom inc cuu wicuu, prepared by E. B. Dodge, clerk of the court, which will come up for hearing before Judge Wright, at the terra of court commencing Monday, June 6: UNITED STATES CRIMINAL CAIX-VDAR. United States vs. J. N. Daines In dicted for murder. United States attor ney for plaintiff; Rush, Wells How ard for defendant. United States vs. J. N. Daines In dicted for assault with intent to murder. United States attorney for plaintiff; Rush, Wells & Howard for defendant. United States vs. H. W. Hitchcock Indicted for assault with intent to mur der. United States attorney for plaintiff ; Rush, Wells k Howard for defendant. United States vs. H. W. Hitchcock and J. N. Daines Indicted for assault with intent to murder. United States attorney for plaintiff; Rush, Wells & Howard for defendants. United States vs. H. W.'. Hitchcock nnrt t. V. Daines Indicted for assault with intent to m...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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