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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 31 August 1887

WBBSSSSSSSSSSBBnaWiBBSsTIBfaawawaa Taaim 11 meats 11 i sans II I ARIZONA WEEKLY VOL. XXlIt No 20. w PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, AUGOST St. INT. I ; PRICE TaW Cra. '' or, irtiv rtllTIH HVL'NKJ fUB AKIAoSA JonAfc Mw U su -u 4 ify j-w tu lo wMt reetBnJfc CaEASUOMA WlK .V ,OCBJIAl.-MlSK I ,. n j --ry Wedu : i-r.ni. in t tii i iho Territory. r-.in etixaaA rCM- i l the eoerrUl niJ t ulne. i. ?.-,Ia : cj Territory. TKKMItl jlv f rr " -? Vee-T-V- " one year, 4 Ot " x a octal. 8 5 4u3 "- be reaitteJ bj r ieC etie' -Mta'See order or draft. I'Sc Joja iL'ttlM Swii. dtlUered t ,.rm' t aftcrltr l the elt for S5 rent ,el iixticn Till oc aserieJ t n!itc -r.L- a lice for toe drst Insertion aad tei i vr liae far each subtequeat insertion, i urro;uiiieoce on all subject of Rener . wot U bi accepted, aou news from ant cziit) ioUdted, especially Iron: tbe mlnlnr stt ui ijjricul-ral districts. uJ r..u-aaicj jobs should be Mrred U -t liKnuruvMHtaa. Preecett. Arizona. v C UAata. a Ho. &, Marcanul' -x-...

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. — 31 August 1887

5 MIZOUfctEILY J. C Martin, Editor. WEDNESDAY, .AUGUST 31. 1887. The boom has struck Santa Clara valley in California and has struck it good and strong. Kentucky has reduced the democratic " majority in that- state from 62,570 in 1S76 to 17,105 m 1887. Under a new land office ruling desert land entries will haw to be advertised before final proof is made. Everybody seems willing to boom the town, but nearly every one has an idea of his own of how it ought to be done. Six thousand excursionists from Saa Francisco visited San Jse, California, last Saturday to attend an auction sale of real estate. l'benix will invest $750 in securing excursions from Los Angeles, and $500 to send a man to St. Louis to advertise the place among the Grand Army boys. "The heaviest locomotive, item." is on its travel again, but as usual, is in. correct The Southern Pacific locomo tive on Tehschipi grade is the largest in the wcrld weighing 105 tans or 210,000 pounds. A Sacramento business firm hat con trib...

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. — 31 August 1887

5 -. '3 . i mZNAWEEILT WEDNESDAY.... AUGUST 31, 1887. From Thursday's Daily. 8:G. Marcou k said to be very ill Six wiMBan arrived on to-day's traia. Frank Cockburn cute ia oa to-day's train. lr.hr RnM bll retimed tO Walnut Grove. Professor W. P. Blake left for the east yesterday. E. W. Well k rusticating ia Barbara, California. Santa A car load of floor arrived to-day for V. C. Bashford A Co. T. S. Bollock and C. J. MacConnell left for the east tbia afternoon JohaBaible think of starting hi brewery about the first of September. M. J. Silvia, a Colorado capitalist, is in Prescott, looking over oor resources. J . 8. Jones, the mining man, has gone oat to take a look at the Cataract miaei. Bar silver k quoted at 96c. per ounce in New York; lead, 87f per 100 pounds. Oscar Vanderbilt went east to-day, It k an open secret that he will bring Mrs. V. along oa hk return. w 7. WiUon A Co. expect to have ttioir mw mill in o De ration at their new location the early part of next week. W n Olive...

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. — 31 August 1887

IIIZOU WEEKLY JOBRHfiL-KIHER. "WEDNESDAY.... AUGUST 31, 1SS7. The Moreno Homicide. We were furnialiod some very import ant information t y Dr. O. Anderson, U. S. A., relative !q the killing of An drea Moreno by Knox Lcc, at Baker's Uutte. The Doctor was present and particiiled in the post mortem during the session o! the inquest over Moreno's remains. He exhibited tons four photographic views illustrating tho eeene of the kill ing, positiqn of the deceased where he ff-ll rn?tin tt Tw irnti r... I t M r in Ins hand, and tlie jdace where Moreno fell. . The explanation as given by the Doc tor leads to the belief that the gun was placed in position as shown in the pho tograph, after the shooting, there being no mark on the, ground showing where it struck, at the time Moreno pitched forward after being shot through the firain. The Doctor contends that the . examination fhows that iforeno was t- t , .1. ll.r. 41. n l.oll jifler openingthe fckull, was traced for-. ,: -ward in the direction...

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. — 7 September 1887

ar. r , - x - .; r I?" . A. -J -'. V lie -. ARIZONA JOCRNAL MINER. t.N VOL. XXHI No 20. KIM WEEKLY JMMHL-IIMEIL TtlK A.KIZONA JOUBMAI MlXBB Is J'S . rc ry 4ar in tbe vctk except Ronm KS AilSOMA WU .r JODSKAI-MIXB I u . -vurr Wrdc 1 V ll I "!- t,it- tu n Territory. sr w.ujl U tU eoramerelel and sji5no in. not tfti Territory. TRKUS: cr.T- " one year. ix tuonUia. jji-s mT tc rcaltted by r r s 4 00 2 K At 3liC'M oner or draZt. r-jr t ati4CTltxT le the dtyfortteentf Lucst uuticei will be wscrkx: -t AJteet r V far the first Inserts: and tet- i. purlin-? fore&cli aabrequenl uwrtIon. wtwiMDiltuiN ua all subject of ;teaerf jet!Ub accepted, aui. ne from tnj rltrUdoiiate4.epecUllx:roni be lalolar si. aa4 3TlepIaril dtstrieie. vX eoaaaaicaJon fhonld b 3 ;irr?ied to S"Jocm'3tuMlxB. Preaeott. Aruioc. -.. C. Daxr. Boom No. 65, iier tnanli Kx ivui Pranelseo, H aole i'atIor the Jor.Ai-Mor la ihtl. rttr. He t brtcea to collect money-, dpi tbl i Uiaot.tsk orders lor "iiTtrUtlnp -.1 to ay otlier tn...

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. — 7 September 1887

i iiiMrBMMMBBBMHBllBIMii i - V . m&sm HP it vJifK? I Slavs I mm 3 J. C. Martik, Edrtoj. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. 1887. Consul Bee has written to have the Chinese residents of Flagstaff protected in their lives and property. The Fhenix Immigration union has employed Hon. J. J. Gosper at a salary of $200 per month, to forward bi-weekly excursions from Los Angeles to the Salt river valley. The question which the people of Tonto Basin are trying to lve with Winchesters and. pistols seems to be whether Pleasant valley fs a sheep or cattle country. Gov. Zulick's actions, in protesting against the confirmation of Gen. Mile's scheme to people, the Verde valley with cutthroat -Apache, meets with the appro val of every f ituen in the territory. General Miles is the boss immigra tion agent in this territory. By a few , simple strokes cf his pen he proposes to swell the population of this .of the lerritory , campaign then I in progress. This was all well and pro creating the commission impro...

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. — 7 September 1887

-V j . 1 - j t IHZIIIffEEILTJIIIIUL-l WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7.18S7. 2TOXE6. From Thcesoay's Daily. JTo ice in town. B. B. Crapowas in town to-day. Dan Seaman came in from Flagstaff - to-day. The county hospital contains three patten ts. Recorder Home turned over 1265.50 in feea from his office for August. John Bearclaw, a hardware merchant ' of Albuquerque, came in on to-day'a train. Lieutenaut Rockefeller hat returned from attending target practice at Fort Wingate. Negotiations for the starting up of the ice works, by Robert Grigeby, have fallen through. Blake Reynolds (young Diamond) and his friend, Sir. Bartlett, came in last evening from Del Pasco. The next two or three days will wit ness quite a begiraof lawyer from Pres cott to attend court at Kingman. Wales Arnold, a pioneer of this coun ty, was being welcomed to the capital city by his numerous friends, yesterday, lieutenant Glass! ord, chief signal officer of this department, returned on Saturday, from his visit to San Carlo...

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. — 7 September 1887

WEDXESDAY, SEPTEMBER. 7,1S67. Caee Hews H&vist; "beanl mruors to the elect tliat ike closisc. down ol ibe water jackx-t farnaces cJ Oie United Verde Copper suae was ViaUe io I YeeTBa nent, JorwcAl.-Mivs.-s. reprttwataltve called lo-Aty on Govers&r TriUc for in formatJCHi on the pallet. He iaformod sc that fuch was ot the fact. Tkat ewg to the Tdig ad foEBdatSc week required la frost cl the ore Score of tbe far-sacc, it w incpossiWe to ran tse wJr jackt israacet- with ecoaomy while tfec excavating ice and placi&c, of tiie foaadatlonsof lii roasting furnaces rrrVTl-ir -vn- iu- ji..iiSar'Hc rttUd th.t tre wa tcccmultlinr. coie as rap idly as the te&aaa pat era the road cosM do the work. These tennis are reooiv tsg $10 per ton for cote to the iarpaces, and f 10 per t&a for retara f night to Verde starjoa. Tae Gororaor ftrraisfees water free everywhere needed by the teams, and all other cxpeapes Mich as J eediag aaiaaals, repairs of wago&s, 4c arc "borae ty the f ...

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. — 14 September 1887

5 ): -v;:. ARIZONA TOL. XXIII No 21. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER U. 1887.1 PRICE TIN CXN1S. ,r. WEEKLY JOURNAL MINER. mm WEEKLY JMtUL-WL raAi"A JoaiwAfc Mlt l i. 4 Jv.tr j.e ta ta Wtoi Taot r-UDla "kill . T... ' Territory. 8 ( iiiml u Ui couuuercUl oC - , jl it i Icrritorr-. TKKjhm: i .. r" " oa year, - .ix montiift. S . . niay so remitted by r if ,stcrv it ,,. j , joMer or draft. - ' ,4cMii-l'(iiaii l.t-lvc.-i t(J " Wrllnlifti: eil5 fo'tfrect ,..- .-jec will in mtarte 1 a:itj , 14 j fff tt nrl laier' --t tr ,,jr liac far cich uMueat uarsrliou. tto oade;ic- uu all .u'Jjectf of pent;.-. -r -I lll arcsjtUU, Uum1 !nxa acj .j,, Juliti-,e,l1ectAlb'trotn the lalnicc at. I u ietl district. cj.Baw-jietaoas thoold be Mr!l to jnciijjtixta. I'rescott. Ar-ioc. ' ll.II, Itoam No. SV Mrr BaaU'Kx--- fraasle,, I rule etenltor tte JciorAt'ln h-4t cit. II' 4 i tr!rsa o cIlt oinnj dv thl -i. Uh uojt,u orders for Uv-t'kin.? -ar. rax Dait Jwus1Mimii ci.t .(j t AL-Mlwr will f Ja ntv 'Hi. ' Sl...

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. — 14 September 1887

HZmWtED.7. J. C Martim. Editoi. - WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. 1887. The total value of the mineral prod ucts of the United States increased, in rosed numbers, from $418,000,000 in 1885 to $465,000,000 in 1886. The St. Johns Herald, at hand to-day, gives the following mysterious bint: "The net is toll being drawn, and it is ateaost uraetolaad the fish. What flopping and floundering there will be whea it is done." The Los Angeles Herald bemoans the fact that on the death of Governor Bart lett, California will have a straight-out republican governor, Lieutenant Gover nor Waterman being of that political faith. Probably the biggest yoke of oxen in the werld are on exhibition at the Eatton, Maine State fair, this week, They were raised in Vermont And measure ten feet in girth, and actually weigh 7,000 pounds. It cost to raise them up to their weight, over $1,000. The Tucson Star very correctly says that artesian water in Arizona will do more to populate the territory than all other influenc...

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. — 14 September 1887

IIZIU WEEKLY JINIAL-j WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBEB14, 1887. From Thursday's Daily. Baumannhaa had quite a run on oysters. Chu. Keyei will go out to the big d&m to-morrow. C. C. Bean it ojouraiBg at the hotel Fayette, New York City. E. B. Dodce baa appointed E. S. Wright as deputy clerk of the court. J. I. Gardner haa aold lot 16, block A, on McCormick street, to A. J. Head. Silver is quoted in New York at 96; copper at 110.80 per cwt.; kad, 91.67. Guilford Hathaway will take a stage load of passengers to Walnut Grove to morrow. Prof. Thorn as haa returned from Flag staff, and ia busy again giving instruc tion in music. W. H. Williams baa engaged to teach the Walnut Grove school, and will open it next Monday. Stanley Sykes, whose range is in the -San Francisco mountains, has filed his ttock brand for record. Judge Howard, J. C. Herndon and E. M. Sanford left on this afternoon's train for Apache county, to attend court, which opens there next Monday. Curt W. Miller haa editorial charge of...

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. — 14 September 1887

?' Mi . 9 SL re? riv. I UK .1 IT' I 1 mzunHYJwmLiiiUL WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 18S7, MOKE BLOOD. Tha Craham Party Kill Jahn TwwaatHiry an Wm. Jaeaaa, In Tanta Basin. No sooner had the Sheriff and posse left Pleasant Valley, it now seems, than ' the vendctt a there .was renewed. They left on Thursday, and on Satur day John Tewksburyand Wm. Jacobs were ambushed and killed by the Gra ham party. Letters were received here last evening, by various parti pa, telling of the tragedy, but little particulars were givcu. Sheriff Mulrenon thinks that Tewksbury had come home to see kis wife, who was expected to become a mother at any day; that he was ac companied by Jacob, and the other party, who were evidently on the look out for them, had laid in wait. James Tewksbury was Lso near the ranch, and concealed himself among some rocks and fired a number of shots at the enemy, but without effect. A. boy, belonging to, or in tiig employ of Tewksbury, was also tired af , but was not hurt. During the ...

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. — 21 September 1887

It VOL. XXIII No 22. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. IM7. PRICE TEN CENTS. ARIZONA MKNUEBl ( fan AltlXOKA JOOM!. MWB u IrtJ ..N a every JT la ma wmi exeaytHanaa ISkAuuiH Wlll.r JUBBXAIMIBBK I t-at-i tiM -very WeJa 1 r at rrtmsut, tn H ipltal me Territory. at VtiK IMMU PCBtWm" ;- rrolct to U coaUBerclAl and J4ae4 lu X . su. of Ui2 Territory. tstr- - one year, 4 SD - nx Boats. 3 St looey aav be remitted by r el Scttet pt4toce order or draft. the Juc'u-h.-MiirwIi ltdcllrenal b .rrlcr t" subscribers la the eKy forSSeest. lcji notice rui tie lasertea atiee e;uU ft liae (or the first laert'u mud te. 5.11 per Hoe far eaeli aubtequeat iaerliin. Currcapuade&ca on all aabjecU ol ccncr t!-ret will he accepted, aau ne from aa; .KjJiIy is solicited, etpecUlljtroB the Stalor ai aoi avricolvral district. n eomumnlcsiioB should ba Utowil to .. :.wkiM1bbb. rrcaeott. Arnuni. b C. Uin. aoom So. tt, If rcbau' Kx itrs. saa rrasciMo, u aoi aeniior mm 1 0x4 Jou&aAb-Mixa la tb&t flt...

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. — 21 September 1887

'j. C Martim, Edito:. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 18S7. Chicago has started a boom for Sena - tor Farwell for president in 1SS8. We rise again to remark that the pen alty of train-robbing should be death. Democrats insist on nominating Sher- i the republican nominee for pres ident ia 1S88. Tennessee prohibitionists have no hopes of carrying the sUte at tbe elec tion on the 29th instant. A, fifteen-dollar rale for emigrants from Chicago to the Pacific coast is talked of by the Southern Pacific. Congress should appropriate money for building dams for reservoirs in this territory and for sinking for artesian water. Now that Bucksbaum has gone, the democracy of Mohave county will have to cast about them for a new leader, says the Mohave Miner. The supreme court of Illinois has affirmed thcdecison of the lower court ia the anarchist cases, and they will be Not. nth. Patriotic people all over the country will respond with a fervent amen to the decision of tbe supreme court of Illinois . ia 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. — 21 September 1887

ft- -sSSffS5l8aM?K"i5s. raoS'"-!! : XT- . , -r--.-2cxuascQLa aw ;4siM-aBsr?ow f sasson? !ytw. warn fSifw. .sT...-si5aamsBvsyiaBMSE .&mnmE3swars- 5. "s. : IKZHIWEEILT WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1887. IjOCATi From Thursday's Daily. M. T. llerzog has returned from Cali fornia. Captain Brann is in town from Tur key creek. Falk'a beer for sate, atwhokaak, by J. L. Fisher. Supervisor S. P. Behan left for borne thia morning. S. L. Gobin kit for bis home at Alexandra to-day. Fred. Gaines, a lurkland valky rancher, is in town to-day. Silver is quoted at 96$, and lake cop per at f 1L70, in New York. M. T. Hcrxog thinks of sending his family to San Diego to spend the win ter. A series of races, to be given at the Prescott DriviBg Park, k talked of soon Parties interested in the ere exhibit at Bones' store should read the "No tice" in this issue. Geo. W. Sines and Chaa. Keyes left, by private conveyance, this morning for Walnut Grove. Ben Rybon is felling clothing for J. W. Wilson during the ...

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. — 21 September 1887

mzmvEOLY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER21, 1887. W TOBACCO HARMFUL? I'.'omaiulc.ted.- Some years stace the writer becasae convinced that the ate of tobacco, to aay form, was aa iajurioM and daager ous fa.bit- The very unmtwal charac ter of it would seem saMcicat to setiafr any oae, withavt other proof, that ks use carried k it the saoet objectiosabk features. Is those loag goae years an effort was made to show the elects of such a deadly poison oa the human sys tem. But it was labor lost; for the erer ready response was, "I don't see as t one that is hurt by the use of tobacco." It is not supposed that anything said or done now can stop or binder the uni versal sin, for the existence of the human family seems to depend on some bad habit or vice that will occasionally dama the whole race, or leave but a few to start anew. With monkeys and baboons k is diSercnt, they are yet about as Dar win left them. j But your paragraph about the boys, who wanted to appear a heraes, because they were learnin...

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. — 28 September 1887

V" VOL. XXIII No 23. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1887. PRICE TEN CENmfM ' jr. ARIZONA WEEltil JOtlRNALMAER. tHTCAX riUXTUV AtOCS&V) iTir auisoba JooaitAi. Mike ti DO t.u 1 every uifiu sne wees: except nun an -ui-sbea -very wean tv i . .Vital T jotei to Ui commercial and husSbu. ) ol Territory. TKKKBI .vIl.V parxr - - " vjstfA- one year, , 4 00 " uontAa. Jose sx"" fitted by r uva ine .....toSi-r or 'aft. faBjjv" .Bawl. IdeiUerid by rricr V. ,re In the rlty for 35 renV L H fi will be inserted t d'Uca eats tor the fim In-ertlon sad. tcr nls pcflrn: for coca .atxeient lafirtlan. ijcrrespcacecce on all subjects or (xoKint wlU b accepted, acu nrvj (rem any wtj it euHeited, especially IrOBi vhc ciinlnjr. ad srrlcr i xfil aiatncta. Ml eccmuaicvioo should le aiired to 2 Jocaxsx- juss. iTtieotl, Arlzoai. r. Dm. Room So. C6. Mar 'ijd'J'Ii it. San VncctMO. 1 oia aurtatfor me sa Jocit&AXkrjrarm In thai rity. He . i KviiM to eollael noa.ya 5oe- ".b Lake orders Irr adfftlUl...

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. — 28 September 1887

JUHZMU VtBLT JMNWAL-WiES. J. C Martin, Editor. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. 1887. EDITORIAL NOTES. Large shipments of gold are being made from Europe to this country. John Sherman and Robert Lincoln would prove a winning ticket for 1888. Special timber agents are making it lively for timber thieves in Washington Territory. Governor Zulick has offered a reward of $400 for the arrest of the Atlantic ic Pacific train robber We hope, for the good name ol Ari zona, that law and order may soen be restored in Tonto basin. Absconding, Defaulting, Swindling Bucks baum, ex-county recorder ol Mo have county, was a model democrat Late news from Sheriff Fryer is to the effect that he has arrested Eskiminzin and his entire band and taken them to DudleyviUe. A business man ofPhenix offers to head the subscription list, to induce the Mineral Belt railroad to build to that town, with $5,000. Sheriff Fryer did not watt to get per nisuoBof either Generals Howard or Miles before going to arrest the horse 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. — 28 September 1887

mm WEEKLY JMAUa WEDNESDAY, SEPTF.M BEU2S, 15S Fkom Thursday's Daily. Old papers for sale at this oflbe. Try Key West cigar at Aitken's. John Boss left for Walnut Crove to day. ToUl rainfall this af ternon .22 of an inch. More rain and thunder and lightning to-day. Capt A.T. Brann.of Turkey creek, is in town. Miss F. 31. Weatherford is teaobing the Flagstaff school. Flagstaff went wild over Major Hen- derehott's performance. The Flagstaff Champion, of the 17tii, has faikd to reach this office. Lottery tickets for the October draw ing have been received at Aitken's. Chief of Police Dodson is still making war on unlicensed and worthless curs. Sirs. J. D. Cook has filed her stock brand for record; range on New river. Sheriff Mulvcnon and posse left Fay- son, on the lath instant, lor ricasant Valley. Ralph Halloran, formerly of Ash Fork is now deputy revenue collector at Albuquerque. It looks quite natural and liko old times to see Cbas. Randall behind the counter again. Several lucky nu...

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. — 28 September 1887

AMZIU WEEKLY JttMUL-MMER. "WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1867 ANOTHEB BATTLE. Pleasant Valley Adds Another Score te its Deeds or Blood and Violence Slxef the Combatants, more or less Seriously Wounded, and One Fatally Shot. Tonto Biuin has added another chap ter nf tilnrvrl tn ita alreadv CrimsOQ his tory. Letters arrived hero to-day, in the southern mail, from l'ayson, to a private individual, giving meager details of the bloody event. These letter, were from four diflerent parties, who are not connected with either of the opposing factions, and all agree as to the facte. One is dated the 18th instant, the day on which the last fight occurred, and the latest was of date of the 20th in stant, all of them being from reliable citizens of that section. From them it is learned that on the morning of the 18th instant, Gt Sunday), the Graham party, in a body, were LYISG IS AMnUPH, Near the residence of the late John Tewksburv, with the evident intention of taking their foe by surprise. 1 rout ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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