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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 12 October 1887

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. lVOL. XXIII No 25. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12. 1887. PRICE TEN CENTS TsiJ. i.Jtia:A JODUXAX. MIKBB U 1-U .j A nvdry la; In Ids wet except hunifc a ...-! every Woda J r i it-mi. tt t .?. Trrltory. BT 'ie 1 u. tie commercial aod hait-5 i . ,j. i. ij Verritorv. TBSMfi ..Ui.l vrjear - . ineyexr, 4 t"w - ii ioatai. . Si tljav on; iw rcialUs J iy r . iw ofJcr or ira(U rr!eT t" Mibseribera in tn city for 5een ucal uaco anil tw inserted l tilWe . -eiua liae tor the 5rst Insertion and U -nn per lion (or eaca JWe)ueBt .ns.-rlinn. uontHHTJiiecco on All tau;ecu of caer. i-.rcTt UI tu accepted, uu ne from c; uUity i solicited, especially Iron, -fce Qlnine j ui'i;ricflaril districts. ... .-; flutes J"C should be at.Jri-d t J UiSU-.tflsiK. ftebcott. Ar.ioui. l. Uaii. Koam Ku. so, Mer .naaii'Ex vn Kraaclsoo, U tola arsntfor the uwa josj.At-MiaB tn tu- rr n i mriZA.. to coHtct moats lor tlu i M.hBj'H, to rir for i!rr-.i'n t taaJ to iuy other bnslue ilev.u ...

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. — 12 October 1887

1 it ir VtEKLT J. C Maktim, Ediiui. WEDNESDAY... OCTOBER 12. 1887. EDITORIAL NOTES. base ball season is drawing to a The clem Paebk is rejoicing over tUuau- stated wkh electricity. Dents Keareey will nwap the sute of New York ia the interest of democracy. The gold held by the treasury in its Tasks at Washington weighs fire hun dred aad nineteen tons. By order of Goveraor Waterman the AaMricaa lag floats orer the California stale house every day, from 8 a. m. until 4 o'clock p. as. Gorernor Stoaesaaa is a kicker. He is kicking because a dem-crat was not alerted as comuaxider of the Grand Amy of the Republic The Courier says that, "Mohave ceaaty people hare had enough of re swb&aa rale, and will, next year, put desnocratt into rice. Another Bucks baasa probably. Fire Bodied thonsand dollars would be a rery teaptinK bribe to the average nun. That is the amount alleged to hare been offered Judge Sulliran in the Sharon-Sarah Althea case in San Fran- News from San Carlos is to the eff...

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. — 12 October 1887

3. -.-- :4z IBZOiU WEEKLY JOUIIUL-HIHa WEDNESDAY... OCTOBER 12, 1SS7 LOCJLL 1TOTES. From Thursoay's Daily. Supervisor Beban wis in town to day. J. Q. Stephens arrived to-day from California. A high, disagreeable wind has pre vailed to-day. J. W. Francis, deputy shoiiflfat Flag staff, is in town. Seven passengers and one car load of merchandise came in on to-day's tram, A. C. TrasV, the Williams merchant aud stock man, was in Frescott, on bu siness, to-day. John O. Dunbar, editor of the Phenix Gazette, arrived on to-day's stage, and paid this office a pleasant call. 0. S. Morse returned from Prescott Junction yesterday, where he had been to make some repairs on the Railroad "hotel. Francis A. Biffur.rangeon Ash creek, aud Ulrich Schurshs, range on Walnut creek, have filed their stock brands for record. Joseph Campbell had recovered stifli-1 ciently from his spell of sickness to be able to leave' for Alexandra this morning. John Boss came in from Walnut From Friday's Daily. Jules Baum...

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. — 12 October 1887

IMZMU WEEKLY JOURMAL-MIKEfL WEDXESDAY.. OCTOBER 12, 1SS7. CONSTITUTION CENTENNIAL. Cammlitloner Hanaxer Clvea an Aceaunt of His Stewardship. Samuel A. Htnszcr, Arizona's repre- seatatire in the Constitutional Ccnten. nial Commission, who arrived from Phil adelphia on yesterday's train, was seen during the evening by a Journal-Miner man, and a brief interview was had rel ative to the late celebration. He refers to the personnel of the coaimis sion as of the highest order, neatly every state and i territory being represented, and in al most every case by men of national prominence. The entire programme, a heretofore outlined in these columns, was carried out, not one riicurmiancc arising to mil- ' itate against grand success. . In speaking of the woik performed by the commission :he iibors which made the success possible our commissioner ." pays the highest tribute to Hon. John 7 A. Kasson, ot Iowa, president , Hen. ;" Amos R. Little, of Pennsylvania, chair- i man, and Hon. Hampton L....

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 19 October 1887

f v -A 1 ..a, WEEKLY -MINER VOL. XXIII No 26. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19. 1887. PRICE TEN CENTS. ARIZONA JOURNAL AHUM WEEKLY JWHUL4l9tE)L .'... aatl3(TaXU atttCStCJ u t viiry 4;intnk except Sun tfu i Nrriiory. 1 x'- a .CIZUN.1 PLTSLMHI i - cc i tie coniuiercial and -cv .-. i. a! vs. Terrllory. i i oa ye ar, 4 0 - ""ix inoalxu. 4 . vj-jiy " Oe reaitle- lij r -! :etie jo tot&w oricr or draft if irr f antwerilwr la tha citj 'or s5 ctf Lm1 aouccs arxii bo inaerteil at a:u-e Uae 1 r Its u-t lnerU,- and tci usr line for etch subsequent insertion. lArreef02dence oa all nublecU of jieucrAi j. rrrtl!llM aceantid. kBu IC: fron U! ,jit U iullilted.esru'CiallTrrom the lalnlcs- .w'au.l irccl.sl districts. ; Mn-saairtuon should be sCirefd I n Jwiau-Mixsn, Pr-cott. Aruun. i' 'liri riAnm S'n KS Mr hnI.'El - Mo t- rvucl.oo, it to! ieolforthe J- a iJcoiz.-ixn la nv - -r-. i u.irv to colliwt mousy doe tbl "!ih nnaaki jzdurt lor .:'lot I 'teilt-. uy otlr aulntdervSn a . ti 4"i rpr-ent...

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. — 19 October 1887

0' 1 ft' I 3- rR 3 i J.. 51 .TaF '. t-i-ife v,r - 1. t?j; ' .4 if - 4 rJ- T M a rife-. - . u Makti.n. Editui. WEDNESDAY.. OCTOBER 19. 18S7. EDITOR I Ah NOTES. AVater s.toage and irrigation is the key to the future prosperity of this terri tory. George Francis Train, the crank, has been forbidden to speak in Chicago by the police authorities. The presidential party has arrived in the chilly dinwte of Minnesota in its swing around the circle. Robert Uarrett hs resigned the prcsi do;cy of the Baltimore & Ohio railroad, and thn resignation has bt.cn accepted. Xew York is flooded with counterfeit silver dollars. They are made of glass and antimony, and have the Tight ring, but are light The Mercnants and Miners' bant'of IronMountatn, Wis., closed Saturday. It is understood the cashier has skipped to Canada with $15,000. The rrebytcrian synod of the Pacific, which has been hi fession this week t Oakland CaL mrned to mttt Octo- ' ber .;tb, at Pasadena. Governor Waterman, of California,...

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. — 19 October 1887

if: WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 19, 1887. local aromas. From Thursday's Daily. Patronize the printer. Mrs. D. Levy and son will return next week. District Attorney Herndonand Judge Ruh hre returned home. Camp-meeting of the Pacific Holiness Association commences to-day at Phe nix. Ex-Sheriff Joseph K. Walker is slowly but surely recovering from his . evrc illness. The assignment of the lease of the Dosori mine, from F. E. Murray to Geo. Merwin, was recorded to-day. Somebody "faked" a copy of the "kode"from the office of the clerk of the board of supervisors of Mohave county. Passenger rates on all through lines of railroads are being reduced. Would it not be a good idea if ioutes oa looal lines were also lowered? Constable Donahue, of Flagstaff, brought in a colored prisoner, yester day, charged with an assault with in tent to kill. The prisoner bears the reputation of being a "hard" citizen. Mr. Schindler says that the comniis ioaers of the St. Louis exhibit could have distributed 10,000 mo...

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. — 19 October 1887

Si W 'if5 .4 0-. jmttWOILT WEDNESDAY... OCTOBER 19, 1887. THE APACHES. wi wr T aw We give space to the following coa munkation, from Col, H. A.. Bigelow to the Fbeaiz Herald, oa tbe proposed removal of 1,900 Apacbes to tbe Verde military reservation: gince the proposition to remove a ' portion of the Indians from the Ban Carlo reservation to other sections waa vadcby Gen. MO, it baa been discuat ed and freely commented upon by the pre in Arizona and California, and the general opinion aeemi to he that the policy of such removal ia sarelr un wise. The reasona given by Gen. Mike in his published letters, to one not ac qaainted with tbe character of tbe Apa che Indians, seem to be plausible. The aotioa of giving tbe Indians ltada in severalty distributing theaa in families -and small parties through the country, sounds well, and is endorsed by most of tbe humanitarian in Arizona as well as elsewhere and tbe prosperity of tbe Choctaw and Cherokee is referred to in support of tbe scheme....

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 26 October 1887

riBftajsii ARIZONA WEEKLY- JOURNAL-MINER. VOL. XXIII No 27. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26. 1887. PRICE TEN CENTS. 9g gziuwEEiLf mm very Woln sy i -ii.NA pc:si.whi ' v u comiuercisl oJ - . l-T.-iUT. f t. K"C": a .. . remitted by r e -'---.- :.! . u?ir or Jrsit. rx i-.-wri:w la ta rity 'or ,1 ;& rtrst Jn-ertioa jAC u t accented, uu cew tr"C ui , v u ,uc'ati,ctcc:lljlrom tne minis: - i. aral districts. i . -kbs should be a.!!red to k 3u,ajHa.rreeoU.ArlJaa. . v tiooas J!o. 65, MeraUnU'JCi sa rane!o. u sole aypntlor Hit it ;.ii.-iluuls!lut 'Hy. Ht , i Ui colli money tpe w ua i t, a" Mew ior ajvprltttut i ai ' iy ollir latnsi Jevijitflni vi o i roprenltlv .r tui J t ii.-Mi.nr e i( ' fouu d lt a 1 . M. 8AXF0KD, ATTOHSir AT Li A', Din lu Q r. Qjrte tt, fretott, AT. L. F. EGO EES, ATTOR-N ey-at-law. yft:e E it si Je of f 1ia, two duurs toalh at 'tet of Arltiini. np - IC HEKXDOK. I J. HAWKINS HERXD0V &, HAWKINS. i . n0EVS A KD COUNSELORS AT H Prcscoit, Arizona. H Sjjciii -i...

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. — 26 October 1887

.Sftv saciasasea. ; f - .iSp $..1' "4! -1 WEEKLY J0UBKR-M1NER. J. r Martin, Kditot. WEDNESDAY . OCTOBER 2G. 1SS7. EDITORIAL NOTES. Wilson Woodruff, it is thought, will be the choice of the Mormons (or the charch presidency. George W Childs has presented the town of Stratford-on Avon with a Shakespeare memorial fountain. By the attempt to force the Apaches on a miliary reservation in this county, General Mtlfes has forfeited the "lasting gratitude, etc." Emerson, who lately pleaded guilty to a charge of jury bribing, in San'fran cisco, has been sent to the penitentiary for seven years. Phenix and Prcscctt are united on one proposition, that is that the two great cities of Arizona be united by all rail communication. A young Mexican boy in Albuquirque used a loaded shot gun as a lung tester blowing in the muzile of it and had the entire top of his head blown off in re turn. The Gazette claims th?t Phenix will have one of the best waterwoiks in Arizona in less than a jear. Hopa they wi...

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. — 26 October 1887

mm WEEfl-Y JSMIUL-l WEDNESDAY... OCTOBER 26, 1887. From Thtjrsoay's Daily. - jf0 mill lrom uie well lo-aay. Tfl Ivv Club will not give their bi weekly dance to-tnorrow evening. Tbos E. Dawson, whose range it on gMsayampa civck, has filed hi brand fur record. Chai. Curtis bade adieu to hit Pres cott friends and left for San Diego on this afternoon's tram. Douglas Gray ban fold to John 8. Jones, for ? 200, the Willow, Old Oak, and Pine Tree mining claims. Mrs. D. Levy and her son Nathan re turned j csterday from a three months' vfeit to friends in California and Oregon. Verchants complain of delays in ar-.Tr-i nf freight from the east. As a con sequence, there are but few of them who have a tupply of bacon on hand. A fine opportunity for investment in citv lot?, either for a homo or for specu lation, is otTeitd l.yT. W. Otis. Bead hLsadverti'ment in this issue. Fritz Jecn, of the Headquarters saloon, reports business improving with him. lie received another car ld of the celebrate.! F...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 26 October 1887

MZNIfEEILT JNMUL4IINCIL WEDNESDAY.. OCTOBER 2C, 1SS7. A COMITY LETTER FROM WALNUT CROVE. Walnut Grovk, Oct. 17, 18S7. ' Editor Jours al-Mixkr-. Since the booting affair every thiug has been very quiet here, and work Ls beinr pushed forward on the dam as rapidly as possi- Me. In eight or ten day more every thing will be complete, and already the worknen are scattering to the dif ferent camps where employment can be found. Some of them "pack their feUnkeU," but others have saved a good portion of their wages and go in "shape." Water fowl are coming to the lake in flocks, and nearly every species has been teen here and recognized. Docks, geese, cranef, loons, etc., are here in numbers, and much time is pent in watching and defining their specie. Hunters are out on the lake in boats every hour of the day, and rarely return empty handed. The lazy fellows take a shot from the stone or the porch of Bob Brow's saloon at flocks OB the lake or in the air, but such lazi ness u rarely rewarded....

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 November 1887

-A ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. fc VOL. XXIII No 28. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 1887. PRICE TEN CENTS. HiMiiMtl ,FEESCOTT ft AKIZOXA CE MflflM Will wwwmmmumut. v ,wrav riTw scsu . . . v ,t nan il V"-Vn?v"rr'Wwin r i'rwtl. so- e.tTeriiory. HI ulet Ui U-e cuinmerrUi d lilnr lb. . . ' a! Territory. . - iz maatlia. - Jonsy aay be realties by r .iwed -.fa-i ik-.WCc oraer or draft. fheJoJJfl.-s' ' delivered arri-r t atiS-crlber In tat city for eeoU Local notices fill inserted l dllcd ,fc0n a a Srtt InKf""" "2 te, nu per Hue lor H suiteuueal insertion. Oorrcpoaicare cu all tubjecla ol eraer eieil will b accepted. u uew rroni aaj .raldy U solicited, e pccjAltj Irom the mining 'juV ud S.STIC -riidUUlcU. .Ucoinraauitoushou.id be adarrrl ic - JuCWUVkk. Pr.icoU. Arizona. C utst. Nu. 6. Heienam Kx- ...i.hau ,r-ucl. u .ole nc-nl for It t -XA J..i;J.--:Jl-'" ' city. U . t nori i to oollt monaya te tni ,U 'bmuut,u jratr. lor acrtl.u . J isuJi' ny otaer mj.laeaaaeeomn ,a. in-t P-c it...

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. — 2 November 1887

WBHT"nrn miTWTW.W I ill Of IS mZMUVtOLTJIillUU j. C Martin, Editoi. WEDNESDAY.. NOVEMBER 2, 18S7. EDITORIAL NOTES. Democrat! do not levy assessments on their officeholders. The? call it a ol BtUry contribution The convict who came to the defense of Superintendent Gates, at the territo rial prison, should receive a pardon. The opinion is expressed in Wasb ingthn that the supreme court will aot interfere with the sentence of the anar chists. General Grierson has recommended that Forts Union and Bliss be aban doned and that the troops be concen trated at Santa Fe. In imitation of Governor Waterman, of California, the president of the United States has issued a thanksgiving procla mation for Thursday, November 241b. The California boom is likely to re ceive a serious blow soon from the fact that payments on real estate amounting to $45,000,000 mature on or before Jan uary 1, 1S8S. Convict Riggs should have a pardon, and Superintendent Gates, for his cool ness and bravery during the rece...

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 November 1887

I i PA- UZHIWEEILT JHMUl.-! WEPXESPA.Y. .KOVEMBE& 2, 18S7. toe. iTCTES. FitoM Thursday's Daily. E. H. Witherell, ol Coyote ranch, is in town. A cat load of merchaadise cami ia Ob to-day's train. Service u usual at the IteriaaSt. church next Sunday. Silver ia quoted At 9i. ceata, and lead tAL25.inew York. The American Magaxine for Novem ber ia at hand, and ia a capital number. Liens, aggregating to nearly 125.000, have been hied against tha Mineral Belt railroad. A rodeo party will reach John Dick eoa's, at Skull valley, about the 10th of November. The California mail is still one day behind, the train failing to connect to day at Prescott Junction. 8everal citiiens from the vicinity of Flagstaff have recently taken up UiiJj and'propose to settle in Pleasant Valley. S. A. Howe, son of Mrs. M. J. How, formerly of this place, was seriously iu jured at EUiuore, California, recently. John Landon, whose range is six miles aouth of Flagstaff, and Kefs B. Rogers, Oak creek, have filed t...

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. — 2 November 1887

gjSjjggl - - . t. '.T5aaasataKaa .1. aaa- - , .aaesaaaBjasiaBaaaaesaaa 1EED.T WEDNESDAY.. NOVEMBER 2. 187. Cawbaya' aeeaptf-t- A cotrsspondeat el tba Tomb tone Prospector writes from Haechuca Sid iag. uader date of the 21st, m follows : Yesterday was a lively day si Huv chocs Sadis. The fall rodeo or roaad up of stock BMt aere with severs! thou- eead bead of cattle, sad the Arisoas cew-beys, wita their chspererss, brosd sombreros, ristcs sad big spars, were s sis-tit to the soecisl mlace car occu pants, consisting of Senator Cameron sad party, laying here for a few days. lbs Senator had gone to the City of Mexico, in connection with some buai smss between his nephew, Colin Came ron, sad the Mexican government, and left his family and friends here under the protection of a guard from Fort Haachuca. The cowboys got on a little spree on the genial Thos. Smith's good old rye, and gave the palace car a reception ia keeping to their calling as wild cow boys. They surrounded the car swingi...

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 November 1887

ARIZONA JOURNAL mm VOL. XXIII No 29. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9. 1887. PRICE TEN CENTS. WEEKLY MINER (rsAa rumw aMcaau Tmm. JOBUAli-Hllll U wa.at rry dmrln to. mk UMI Msiii m IIIUI I WIHU JOCUUl(tIU 1 .t:w : f.rrltofT. BV -ctrilA C UBS ttmWT. X.-X1UX f7r Jim, avaacur " oas jnr, eo - UIMttl. SC toaey may b. remitted by r cne letter pwlnli-r oraer or oruv. Hir Jocsxn.-MrxBawli 1 1 delivered ot Tar ti aabecrlbera 1b tha cit (or at cmi luteal aottcaa will ba laasrtad at cutrei ttiti a tlua for tke ant lBserUcn sad ter ocr llaa for es satxetiueBt laseruas. Curreepoadenca oc all subjects or geaeral Wrest will d accepted, aau sew from ans rniUj la solicited, eapeoaUrtro&i ike mlalsc iapa aad agrl-toral districts, ail coats .-avion a tkoald ka adore .a ad to iiJiaui .Hiaaa.rrcacolt.Arloca. 5. DAM. Booai Ha. 5, at. rebuts Kx- ;ara aaa vranrr n. ia aoia a.m mr i a jtVs.su to collaei boiiti du usl iL. kCnttAka order, for sulr.r11i.lnt i . jocuiiHini in nu but. a A Maa to aayv...

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 November 1887

It is If ib'fl 3 i ft If - I. II ara . . 1! . J. C Marti n. Editor. DXESDAY . .NOVEMBE 9. 1SW. oodkrt seem to hare tbeapaeTwaAa' be law in San Francisco. fee Paenix Gatctte aanoaeai tlmt Merritt has purchased etj "- In the Garette but that of J. a Djb- and assumed control NuitmMr ist Governor Torres, of Seeora, has ant nereis to the Miles sword i3oes begin to look as if there no governors present at the San. brother Dunbar, of the GaattM; teti- tes that he is rather proud of the 4m- of having his paper caesca oj flu.-. runn x the areas) af the rormon church in this territory- 4 It speaks veil for the credit of YeB- ro. county idu iw fe lereo percent bonds of the fid the six per cent bonds of the ,ta mH omchasexs at oar. We arc L tiifehnaad- a aot t t au puww; ' Ive proper credit where it is ' Ben Butler seems to think thai i mm;Hr toward Great Bntamaae1 -J.,rv.iT, rimands snecial eaesaptioa tor J'J ..... ridden and Spiss, two of the Chicafe kirchists, who reipectitreljr tab acts if ...

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 November 1887

.Jit -isrv Si HI JOWm-iWEIL .. NOVEMBER 9, 1SS7 v's Daily. U)we"is in town. r1 paper for posters'at this magazine at Kelly fc ent have just received Is .ade a purchase to-day n tenia. i ? an has just received a lot i at theFalace. Lgjtb e district court, forUc- atet 1 to 996.50. and family arrived on a,f rom Flagstaff. even ib;r nays are aeiiguuuuy tee nights relresningiy coou Id left for Phenix thi af be will reside in future, p, an old-time Prescott to-day, to see his friends ulick and Mrs. J. L. Fisher . BirirTrt to-morrow, from mail from the eft came aliforma mail is still one rnl over by ttecorder county treasurer, for Oc 312. G. Htch has iuit return- frnril a ltlD tllTOUZh the -ope. ing, of the Chinese and Ja ir. on Granite street, has a lot of new good?. ng, a conductor on the At- -.irie railroad, came in to st look at the capiial city. imEll F. Costa to Catha sherty, for lot 2, block D, been filed for record ; con -.500. Van Deren. of tne Verde in town to day. He says jeen n...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 9 November 1887

ill i & IV ! 5 i .'f c P. mHHI WEEKLY JftttMUL-MiNEfl. I ' 'A WEDNESDAY. .NOVEMBER 9, 1SS7. :.!t ' THE BELLEVUE. 1 m x ' nns the 1 m m night, with New Hotel, last crantf Ball. Last night occurred Ihe opening of the Hotel Bcllevuc Tho proprietor, Mr. Jules Bauuiina, celebrated tbe oc casion by giving a grand ball in tbe spacious dining ball of tbe new hotel Rarely has our pretty mountain city witnessed as congenial an I select a party as was assembled bejotodo honor to the host of the Bellevue, and share hk abundant hospitality. Bright and sparkling indeed wts tho scene that greeted us as we entered the halL The raerry Totaries of Terpsichore were gliding gracefully through the beauti ful figures of the Lancers. Tbe bril liantly lighted room, the elegant cos tumes of the ladies, together with their beauty and grace gave such color and variety to the picture. Seated around in tho room or in the parlors were many of Pretcolfs best people enjoying a pleas ant teto-a-tcto, or watchin...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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