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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 20 July 1887

ALMIN VOL. XXIII No 14. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 20. 1887. PRICE TEN CENTS. ARIZONA WEEKL JO CRN ER. ZONA JOURNAL-MINER. I'M 1 1 I'ill.VTlXli IIOCsKJ a iiluA .'OCKX11.--J11N" l l .r f.-r. -lory. i. . v .lt". 1 I'lai.tMIIM. I". Um commercial and ..n ! Territory, r h r. u m : , rear - - Hit". out year, W' tic months. 3 i , , iiaj fee remitted by r . . : writer or draft. j L-iliscuwi i . . -invria i .. i - -brilwra lu tho clt? forteccoi- lie- te inaerto.: .1 "e ,1 ! far tie, firal Inaerl -n na w :!ie fur eaca 'liVeium' tua?rtiw o3ocood All 4Utject of ireuer. -i w.a x ccit-l, anu aew from r.o '- ol'rtwJ.eit'eclUlrtron: 'I" 'uluinjr .riitr" .ral district. ji i-.i.k-i .ions tfcould b ..lre!od U. ' : Hici- lilNBK. 1'rcstotL, . iJUi. . lAs. ivaom So. 5, M tiioitk' E sia KrantiM'. U aole a.eatfor itat va l.l?.-Ai.-MlXAK tu lit .1 city. H ,.ir :. Ui cfilUict inuot due till Wit crct. take ordera rnr . .ivrtint tenet t-T olbcr bu.lnr- devuUlnz n '. . repreaeulatlvr -t itcpJt .-. Til. ...

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. — 20 July 1887

1 'J 9 Mauwgp.rjeHtiiL-miiEii J. C Martin, Editor. WEDNESDAY JULY 20. 1SS7. The Kanaka king trsinbled in boots at the frown of hi subjects. his Tombstone has a best ball club called the "Congressional" of which, Mark A. Smith, our delegate to congress, is cap tain. The San Francisco Chronicle, which has ever been a true and steadfast friend of Arizona, rejoices with Prescott at the starting up of the United Verde Copper company.s works. Ohio republicans will hold their state convention July 27th. Officers to beelect ed this year are, governor, lieutenant gov ernor, two judges of supreme court, (one to fill vacancy), auditor, treasurer and attorney general A. A. Talmage, general manager of the Wabash system of railroads, of Illi nois, who died June 29th, at Peru, Illi nois, was one of the parties interested in the purchase of the Etta mine, in this county, and it was on the accouot of his death that the sale failed to be consum mated. Phenix is greatly distressed over the fact that i...

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. — 20 July 1887

IIIIUfEEILT JMWUL-HiER. WEDNESDAY JULY 20. 1SS7 LOCAli NOTES. From Thursday's Daily. H. J. Miller catne in from Flagstaff to-day. J. V. Coulson came tip from yesterday. Gillett Geo. W. Sines will leaTe for Walnut Grove to-morrow. E. M. Sanford returned to-dav from his visit to Flagstaff. X. O. Murohv and a party went out to Walnut Grove to-day. Wells II. Bates will go east an toon as communication is opened up again. The stage from the south, due at 6 p. in. last evening, did not arrive until 2 a. m. this morning, J. T. Munds has filed his stock brand, J 1, for record. His range is on Oak creek and the Mogollon mountains. J. L. Hall, superintendent of the Piedmont Cattle company's range, came up from Martinez yesterday. The wife and family of C. M. Clark, th well known mining man, have arrived and will take up their residence here. Engine number 2 of the I'rescotl & Arizona Central railway is expected to be in rejiair sufficiently to be placed at work to-morrow. J. M. Vandeburg,...

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. — 20 July 1887

JUUZOHfi WSH.T JOUBML-MINEB. VEI!tCSUAY .JULY 20, 1SS7. THE STOHM. The Heaviest Rainfall of the Season-Railroad Washouts Notes and tneldonts. To call Arizona an arid country, would lay one's self liable to criminal proeccution for libel, under the bran new revbed Statutes of the territory, "praised by all practical printers of Prescott." The fact is that the rain, which tet in on TueMlay, has continued ever since, and lias Iweu increasing day by day in its quantity. Towards evening f each day, clouds have dipered, and weather prophets have predicted that the storm had abated, but each suceeding day ha witnessed a greater down pour than the day pre ceding, and at "J o'clock Friday morn ing by far the heaviest rain storm of the teason set in, lasting for nearly an hour. THE 1XOOIM5ATES OF HEAVEN Seemed to be turned entirely ojkju and the rain descended in torrents. It was un accompanied by thunder and lightning, with the exception of one or two vivid flashes of the Utter, followed in ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 27 July 1887

71 ,3.4 , . jjBJr- WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 27. 1887. PRICE TEN CENTS. -' A'. IS; - - ' .". J. H Jf - H-f .m" i-.y -.iTi-l-ao, is t.ilu s. anifortua 'r r- :i r 'do r i- ' "na v - J, .1' i oi . 1 !' r 4' Mivin a T r o i: ' s V r la , s-e ,a i ucc H. .Crirr it, (V. - rott, A. T. lJ-"iit:t:K us. AT70RXfc.Y-AT-t.Vn . if Wnk o ri. up iu. J C. ilERNDON. ; HAWKIX IIKU.YDOY & J1AWKI.VS. I'rejeott, Anions - al'jrUion i:iv;-. -irit.i' j. .ftkv w'-itk ' ill mn ! ):irfii! A.. W. I VAX IIOKX. and s n ; putfuc FlM'Ull. Arizona. re Mutb IK!, iTivV I). K. 31 ITCH KM.. IVrrtk.vCr: ,VN. KEA!. K :TVTK. " - pwrrtanr room, la ' UHie. mi. o. I.1 I LINCOLN. 'h Mr ..t I.- K It. ilALSKV. 31. JJ., PHV-I IA" AN' SL Ktit IN, I'laza -1 ; i a a s i i v tot Bank Of Prescot First iaiioiial dauk n si, 550.000. T J. Hurler, F. Moadoi President. J 'aaltier. A rii. -r.-.t baiik'.ittx Lusin-iAs lic BV-Tiv OF ARIZONA ri:K.-corT. a. i. . t;.. t - i1r Tmrtiwy. t. i. i i, i , ii-.n in tb...

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. — 27 July 1887

I - 2? aaS&a?-fcSMi HIT ,, )J'"'"--jjsjlt IHZMU WEEKLY JOURHIL-MINER. J. t Martin, htlitui WEDNESDAY. .JULY 1SS7. , The Ohio republican meets this week. convention Samuel J. Tilden let: property England valued at Irom $605,000 SSoo.ooo. The Lied boom ::: I'fasnix is at a standstill, while the question of titles , will undeigo a straigbtening-out process. Mr. Doyle, clerk of the civil service commifsion will visit Aiizsna soon to examine applicants for government ap pointments. The supreme eourt o! Texas has over ruled the decision of the supreme court of the United States concerning ine li censing of commercial travelers. Texas don't take a back seat for an) body. Hon. James G. Blaine will put the in formation obtained by "studying mon archial ideas' to good use when elected president next year. Blaine is a true blue, anti-monatchial, American repub lican. If Dunbar pursues ihesame course towards Reavis, that he is pursuing to wards the legal syndicate, who are try ing to .rob t...

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. — 27 July 1887

m -. DiUt is uj from Walnut ilditioa to J. I. Gardiner': Meted. Hammond is tjuite ill .it Mr?. lings. Kennedy has gone to t lag- i locate. of equalization lia? n- s labors. kFord won the organ .it jveter- Jrifiith is in charge of the car te st Jerome. Schofield, of the Hig Hug ; in town wwtv. ne So. 2 ha? been repair!, awl on the road to-uay. I DeKuhn has filed It is bond of the ieace of Cherry creek. Batten, of Phenix. will preach llinna Street church nest rMin- lr is quoted in New York at 95 ; t advance over prewuus iuouv utolav, with hong .Mtirpny at ! Goveti, general manager of th i Cattle Company, was- in town D. Kendall ha? filed a ligation f the Sandv claim. Cataract li. r record. , Price haa eolJ a oue-h.ilf inter- Cherry cn-ek mtne. ti I. on 'nrS.VJO. McCntchen and George White. , Fria, were in town inireluMng i Yesterday. rork turned out by the Joi-k.val- - .1:... li 01 A iiU!enor u.im, nunc re reasonable. Bevanf extx.-t.-te to e:i!-t e hurl- time for which he w.i- tent to...

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. — 27 July 1887

4RIZ0NA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY JULY 27, 1SS7. THE DYINC FOURTH. On' liroilitit: day in hot July. John AJunis eaid. long year goue ly, " This Jay that nuike.- a tooilo free, Willlo the jkmi'Ws jubilee; "With game?, guns, ?lHrt- and shows lirlhl.0il. With bells, iox"I', bonfires and tiarade, "O'er all this land from shore to s-horo, From this time forth far eer more." The rears is-ed on and, by and by, MenV hearts grow cold in hot July. Am! one Now England mayor said, "Oi rocket.- 1 am sore afraid ; "And tvhe-o -ends one iij ablaze, I'll soatl him up for twenty days." Then .-ski the JIayor O'Day Mctuade, " Thayra u: no node fur no jterade." And Slaver Hans Von Swartacmeycr. l'rocliialcd. " I'll haf me no Iwntler." Said Mayor Uaptiste Kapluel, Xo make-a-ring-a-dat-a boll." " Bv gar," said Mayor Jean Cranaud, " Z'iV July games vill has to go." And Mavor Knud ChristolTorrsj-Giin, Cried. "''"Pjeatli to hjim who fjires gjmtn!" At last,s;iid .Mayor Wung Lung See. Too muchee hooji-la...

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 August 1887

' J4Jfc.?r.i m p in riiini.il iia-i ""Til r hi.ii i m .. n n- - 1 . - ,-v ARIZONA ;4 VOL. XXIII No 16. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1817. WEEKLY JOURNAL-MIJVEE il rici ten ciNiiMm MZWIEEB.!. WVA rUITlW HCMU I'm A.K1AUICA JOUBXAL MtXBB U n d st."!- Jar IB we wee a xiiii us i'H t AJilfIS a Win .t joUmaAX.MIXBK l . h. tj wy Waea - t .v i in varruory. ST cur. ..aenA . talui to la commercial and buslne lo. a'sesxt- " oaeyear, 4 Co " III BOBtCS. & rfjusr may t remitted by r c le'ie -,.w:e"e arcer or draft. Iae JocjtL-Mnmwi! I ctllvcr-d tt xrnar t J tubacrlbera Id the cltj for SS cent. ai ttOUCDs will be inaerte t At altco ..cut a line (cr the ant iBsert'ju cud tet tt per line fur each iabeq,ueal insertion, i rr?ioaileace on mil subjects of ener .'-rest will b AcceDled. aau uev from n ralli 1 , o!.c:teti, especially trenn the mining ! as ! s7ici"-iri autnets. ..i enaiamSctOea t bobM be lidreMed to t s Jocbsal- Mibbb. rrceeott. Arizona. u, U. 11AKZ, Htoom Jfo. la, KcrchaaU'Xx...

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 August 1887

AV vmAmrL in1 iiiw mi 'i i ' i ii I II ill Ml IIMMMIII IIHI'l 1 1 II I i II Mil 111 III l I 111 IWI II It IIP III t HHWIII llll Ill Ml I ISS'I II HI III' I Mi l I l III I I I t1 sj Mam Wtn jwmi4iim. J. C Martin, Editor. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 3. 1887. John Taylor, president of the Mor mon church, is dud. President Cleveland has accepted an invitation to visit Kansas City in Octber. The Ohio republican convention en dorsed John Sherman for president in 18SS. Arizona scenery is as grand as can be found anywhere while its climate is un surpassed. Fourmen were killed and five wounded at Fort Worth, Texas, over a riot at a - prohibition meeting. Foraker for governor, and Sher man, for president, is the watchword of the Ohio republicans. We sincerely hope that Commissioner King will give the prominence due to Northern Arizona in his immigration seeking pamphlets. The new editor of the Phenix Ga zette feels very sore because the capital of the territory was not moved to Phe nix by the last legis...

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 August 1887

Mem lEgLT mmLwm. WEDNESDAY . . AUGUaT 3, 1SS7. XJOCJLXs NOTES. Fnou Thursday's Daily. E. J. Cook is quite seriously ilL KeT. D. Batten has gone bck to The- nix. Rain would be an acceptable visitor again. C. J. Wemple returned from the east ttMlav. T. G. Norris came in from Flagstaff yesterday. Ed. M. Blake is due here from Phenix this evening. Attend the dance to-morrow evening at Skull valley. Mrs. Aumuller u moving ber saloon into the Little Casino. H. D. AiUen has filed his bond as deputy county treasurer. Governor Tritle and party returned from Jerome last evening. Dr. W. A. Olmsted, of Flagstaff, has filed hia diploma for record. No mail from the west to-day, owing to the accident on the Atlantic & Pa cific His creditors would like to know where Louis Fell when he committed that suicide. A special train will leave at midnight to-nigb, to convey the bridal party to Prescott Junction. Morris WindmQler has added a new chair and made other improvements in the interior of his Br...

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 August 1887

in II I III fc " ....,.- . ' .. ,j. . I1 w h i i ill i 11 i I ill I , Wfrl IIIIW'PP illffl MtlTI III WH MHIM Ii'lTT Hf"" I atamWlll I'M I III III I il I ! MM II W II 111 HI I I I I I I 1I1BIH V. 4 I 4 -ts" I- . ... i; a-a-a-a-a-a-a-ama-a-.-B-ami ' " 1 , , MM mmbm BB-aaa , ,.s aaMMi mi wawui Han- i a varrvn mtwhevb lrrna i I) 'Si' HfB HfU I jHl. I"1 aai-i -- M-uww wtwm u Miiv C .-. T - . ' . - I I WEDNESDAY AUGUST 3, 188?. AN 1BIMNA TKAUEBT. FauMy Tramp. toy TkC famsC Of life w Try diCmatiy aeople. To the Qaaker it k afcaalmy'mnokbic, to , it is sacred, uakat farMtad by 1 to the despende k is worth no itketranbletotakek. Look tag orrx Habart Hove Bancroft's jst peblisfced "Popular Tribunal," treatiac; el the history of cmt Wtbe sarir titves in Cshfsfiiii, ene cannot help wonder ing at the Mfnber of crisMS peracttated. Legal lew m a mockery than, as indeed iafiaqaantly. -even now. If the people took the law is thek own bands they can hardly be blamed, however, anjot- lay be in The vol...

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 August 1887

ARIZONA WEEKU VOL. XXIII No 17. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA,, WEDNESDAY; AUGUST 10. 1887. PRICE TEN CENTS. J0UR1VAL-MTNM: 1 11 " in .. - i mm WEEKLY WLHEIL tCKH t'KXXTIXU llOtWiy rKS AUtlaS i JOCSJCAI M1X t P 'B J v-'r Ja la the wet ejcept Matt da. lie AtSO.NA WKKK 4 JCOAt-MlXlK 1 us rrry V1 .Hpwilt, nltvt: . TrlioJ3-. nr - vated to tie commercial ncd 'luslttcts Id. . -. . ,rf tin Territory. IKHMB: 4JI.V rery'' - - .. nijjy VcEtT- " out yeir, 4 o.) " -irraoalfcs. 2 50 Beji may io remitted cy r c eted letter xtottco order or drart. fs J?-iBv-Kwexwii ld.i.vered bi trrier le uwcrlber la tbe city f-.rs5ccnt ut&u -.E-r4 ui it inserts- t liltee n!H nae fur the first insert u aad, ten per line tor cca suseeqtieat itseruaa. 'ftrwfondesce oa all subtests r yvnerii V.rrl will !" occp"rfd, isu oeo flora aaj i-jjity It voiicilcd, es peeialtr iron ttie mining : a'KatnnrJeiUoos should be - .resd to aw ioraYMixcit, rreseott. At j jo s.. C Di, Jtoora :o. C5, Her juii'Ex- rtj-. Ssn raosiseo, W uia at or 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 August 1887

now J. C Martin, Editu. WEDNESDAY , . . . .AUGUST 10. 1887. Texas has voted agBt.prob(bkioB. The Bouhngsr-Ferry dad still hangs fire. Kl Paso, Texas, wiU elect cky oftkiak est Tuesday. If apoaderoas petition will Pheau wffl hare a Uad otke. briag k. Sereatees cases of beat prostratioa, two fatal, were recently reported ia Brooklyn ia one day. Pakaer&Rey, t be Saa Fraacisco type Eras, aaaosace their readiness to fill aQ orders received ia taeir line aot wkhstaadiag the low sustained by the recent fire. It has hkbato bees supposed that the highest Bwuutaia ia the world was Meeat Everest, of the Himalayan range, which b 29,000 feet high, bat bow this honor claisaed for Mount Hercules in New Guiea, which sears to the tremen dous altitude of 55,786 feet. A Stockton paper says that when an eastern saan arrives ia Los Angeles and depvsks his wealth ia one of the local banks, the bank president daps on his plag hat and frantically hunts up a real estate speculator with the information: ...

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 August 1887

?3 m MEHI 1EED.T JMHL-I WEDNESDAY.... AUGUST 10, 1S87, T-QHATi NOTES. From Thursday's Daily. Tbc WNtber continues warm and dry. T.G. Noma came in from Flagstag yesterday. Put Yaney.a former PrescotUtc, in Holbrook. Coaduclor Poaeroy brought five scngera ia oa to-day's train The "wet summer" prophets have "holed up" to await a storm. Sig. Simon, representing Sacks Bros & Co., of San Francisco, k in town. A bop was given last nigbt at Whip ple by the pleasant home social club, W. G. Oliver thinks of seeking for health ia the eastern States, ia a short time. Billy Gibson manipulated the throt tle on the eagiae of the construction train. Chaa. O'Mally has received a cordial welcome from hk numerous old-time friends ia Prescott A construction train is at work bal loting the railroad, under tho supervi sion of Frank Barling. Walter G. Bates, superintendent of of the Walnut Grove Water Storage company, is in town. Dr. S. B. Farnham, the well known mining man of Lynx creek, is lying dan...

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 August 1887

IHZKU WEEILY JHWUL-MiKEJL WEDNESDAY... .AUGUST 10, 1S87. TROGRESS IX METALLAUBOY. The Benefits to the Miner improvements In Smelting Operations. of That this Is an age of progress in min ing and metallurgical woik is generally understood; but the rapidity of the pro gress and the amount that has been ; made are fact not generally understood. Everyone can remember how only half a dozen years ago there was much talk among the mining men of the work done by the European smelting cstab- -lishmcnts, and they hardly dared to 4npe that in this country we should be tion to come. Now the chmge is notic able and remarkable. The best and most perfect smelting work that is done anywhere in the world is done in Colo rado, and when the cott of fuel and labor are considered the highest price paid Jot ore in the world is paid in Colorado. The improvement are due to causes only generally understood by the public There hare not been any marvelous disceveries mide in the science of metal lurgy and no ...

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 August 1887

7 MINER. -a VOL. XXIII No 19. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24. 1887. PRICE TEN CENTS., ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL rKAa ruiriw MCU m iiuuai Jodajiai. MlMB li ...... b- -rrrr Wadn I ir at i-nwuni. in- ma Territory. r-r. aattawMA rt!Kliljllt!' -lcm to tbe commercial sad t-ifm It., f .' tb-! Territory. TKUMHI mii.v M.-w tlxtt Veastv" year, - elx auxits. 3 Si iiiH:y may l remitted by r wl fcii u-mUkSi' order or draft. Ttir Joaavstb-Janaavh 1 delicr.jd rrier t moierlber la ti rHy forSScwt lcl coUeea trtlt oa meerie-i -.1 ifwu .-ata line for the drat Uuert'oo and ti ut por llu fur each cabreqneat :erUou. Cjrr;;-aJcace on all uUku of . lireiX U1 ba accepted, uudc (roo'asi .cahty is aoUcHetl. poeleuy Iron: the mining itu u I ricr' .iral district. HI comaoaicaijeae aaoald ba (brewed to i a Joeaxaa atma. Preeeott. Ar "son a. -:. 0. OAKS. aaoaa Mo. . Mr amuU'Ex--j.'e. nan rraaHaaa. la aoio kiodI for the oi4 JevKAbM(MK in tht dir .H t nonaaa to aeUeat moatvn drv tsj 'iaBtie3l.taka oMara t or...

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 August 1887

?Sar m ..- mafllsU airTII JaeUlal .m-U-l iulofmen. Property owners should I mvmtik our hwmou. Ifor iMo fn!!v mitf Uwir m,rn mmwm, htm mm BBBflmwana. I J 5 M 'IV1 urn 1 m Efti ill , I place their shoulder to the wheel and I Suisun. Aueurt iq. The coa&rvl 89 'If J. C Martin. EJitor. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 24. 18S7. 1. - r - I - r 4 : It Tbe taxable property of the territory this year foots up $26,313,591.21. The New York Labor party has nom inated Henry George for secretary of state. . There is no end to "clues" of the train robbers, but the robbers themselves or their booty do not materialize. No town ever yet bad a boom in which its newspapers were left out, and in which they did not constitute an im portant factor. Miss Rose Elizabeth Cleveland, who is stopping at West Point, is preparing a historical work, which is to be pub lished in the falL Cleveland has made another ten-dollar donation. This time it is for the best show of triplets at the East Aurora, Erie county, N. Y., fain Th...

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 August 1887

JUWUL WEEKLY JNNUL WEDNESDAY ..AUGUST 24, 1887. From Thursday's Daily. Jerome baa four saloons in full blast. Peter Collet drives the stage to Je rome. Hon. P. J. Bolan. left for home thi morning. Deputy Sheriff John Rose, of Walnut Grove, came Bp from the big dam yes terday. Cols. Allbright aad Lemont, of the Albuquerque Democrat, went south this morning to Phenix. Thoa.Milligan aad WtQard K. Per kins hare filed aa agreement of copart nership for record. Mrs. D. LeTy aad her son, Nathan, sailed to-day from Baa Francisco for Portland, Oregon. The so-called rainy season is slipping rapidly away without making any great record of a rainfall. W. C. Dawes and Jadge McPhee, of Alexandra, were among the arrivals at the Capital last evening. H. T. Andrews has been appointed deputy revenue collector at this place, vice J. P. Force, resigned. J. B. Calleu has given a deed to T. B. aad J. O.Carter to 100 aerett of land at Walnut Grove, for 11,000. Alva T. Wing has given a bill of sale to Jame...

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 August 1887

-die ' -t vi - ' i. - f .i a to - J rev.--:- -V. 2- I 8 : . , - H'l - tssssssaaaaaai . mmmmmm aStBtt-!tBtBBBtB n - - . - ' - - I, IMZNA WEEKLY JMNNUL-MIIIEIL WEDNESDAY.... AUGUST 2J, ISS7. Atlantic Pacific Lands Revoke The secretin? ol the interior has re voked an order of withdrawal cf the in demruty lands for the benefit of the At lantic fc Pacific railroad company, and ta a lone letter to the commistiuner general of the land office decides they aaust be restored to stttletBeot under the pre-emption and homestead laws. Secretary Lamar's letter, which is long, says: He considered the showing made by the Atlantic & Pacific railroad and reviews in detail the sections of the act granting the land. After this review it is apparent, from the granting clause of said act, the grant was not one of quan tity, but for a certain number of sections to certain places, and if not there, then gives the privilege cf looking for s defi ciency in restricted limits; therefore, if a cosspany does ...

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