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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 28 December 1887

I r ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. VOL. XXIII No 36. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 38, 1887. PRICE TEN CENTS. US' 2 BeLv' eHBK BBBBBBBBBBBBBBncr . laiZOMI WEEKLY JOL'BHAUIIHEF. flip A.IUZUSA JOnHAL--MlHEB Jh IU 'li ii i'rr Jk In tb'j weefc c-rccuLSnn da i ll.- VtI."SA A'kkk .v i(lBKN.'.I..Mlsr.it I ... r-hoi -ivory Wedn - ir.-.m. th j.iUii o Vrrltry. r - - . ... tuiiv rViii'ili .. l in; commercial and niint s. i 1'erritory. r it m h : .. V -: year " " " S-Vi-U t . one yenr, 1 w " " six months. 2 ,t, .;,ay remitted bv r r : v , t 'K -e oner or drcft. li J ii.-t-.n.-,'ll-VE"w:' ' .' "tiVf -jd -y f 4t4TiNri ir Ibr cltv for 5?. : . c. mrtiwi will be iuserfi ai il'u-c . - . . .c !'r tit; urst inicri !. a:m I- t 'm.- ftr wb Mitfi'JittDt insertion ornn-poudcnce-oa all Mibiect- -t r ! re-1' will bo accepted, am. nc . fr.,;r, , .i-tv i elicited, csjecitlli-iron m.o ' at arln'l' jral districts. Mi eonni .yn, ions should be - !Jr - ' l.w'i-.- -Minsk. Prencott. A.: ion... 1,'AM.K. Room ...

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 December 1887

ffiODU BtEKLi JOUBHAL-MmER. Maktin. lldMut. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28. 1887. Ex-Secretary Manning is dead Smallpox is r?gui in San Francisco. Oil wells were simile in Southern Cal ifornia years a no Grover Cleveland seems to favor un restricted Chinese immigration. There are thousands added to thou sands, of republicans who want to see Blaine nominated. Col. Devans makes the prediction that S. M. Stocksbi-'er will be the successor of ex-Commissioner Sparks. Major Tinker, of the Flagstaff Cham pion, wrote one of the best Christmas editorials we have Ind the pleasure, of reading. While our contemporary is engaged in placing in nomination delegates for the next republican convention, wonder why it omits the name of Hon. Clark Churchill ? A recent Usue of the Detroit Free Press received by.E. B Dodge, states that the Calumet & Hccla roppe mines will be ( mpe!!ed to lie idle for at least three y irs owim: to the damage by fire. ' Twelve thousand people received their : support from this...

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 December 1887

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOOBHAL-HIHEIL WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1SS7. LOCAL iTOH. donor line our thanks for hip kind re- J was simply a symbol of law, being a j of the country, since the explosion near ninmbrance. i warning of the tale of city property on ! Prescott. From Thursday's Daily. eastern mail to-day. 4 Fresh Cranberries at J. L. FMicr's. , II. E. Harris, the well known nuuing operator, arrived on to-day's train. Sheriff Mulvenon is in Flagstaff on bubijK'Sf- Martin Maier will commence harvest ing hit ice crop to-morrow. Fine weather for hot drinks. Try some beef tea, at the Sazerac. A tine display cf holiday goods at Mrs. Sullivan'. Mrs. Blaine has a lino lot of drees and fancy goods, corsets and other articles for the ladies too numerous to mention. The Tragic market is wed supplied with all kinds of game, fowl and choice meats for Christmas. W. II. Smith is stopping mm mc brother in Prescott agisting him dut 'ing the Christmas holidays. ' J. C. llerndon and ('has. Akers re turned ...

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. — 28 December 1887

ARIZONA WEEKLY J0DRNU.4IHEB. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 18S7. IV AS UK MURDERED I The Myterieus Disappearance of Firmin Mejia from His limine: i' Camp. A Case That Calls for Investigation By the Officers of the Law. A' out two years uj,ro Firniin Mejia, a well known Mexican, engaged in min ing, a partner of Dan Hatz, suddenly disappeared from his camp, near the head of the Hapsnyampa. On hi being hrt mitted, mention was made of it iu the press of this city, together with hints from various tources, that he had been foully dealt with. Sheriff Mulvenon made an investiga tion at the time, and was told by cer tain Mexicans that Mejia had gone oil' on a prospecting trip, taking some ani mals with. him, that it was known that h owned, and that be would soon re turn. An investigation of Mejia's camp altO revealed the fact that hi stock ' provisions and other articles in hii cabin were left just he was accus tomed to leave them, daily, while at work, apparently confirming the report that he ha...

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. — 4 January 1888

4 M J 1 7i IT f"l I . ,BSl! t.- iff' -' fill! . 9 X' VOL. XXni No 87. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1888. PRICE TEN CENTS. ' i ' S ' f "T I . i T- -rSSSjggSL!-'-"' - iswfaMl iCCfl V WHUI hmfi I PKESCOTT & AMIZONA CEN- mining swindles. constitution of the United States. A row h IHK AKKOA JOOHAI-MUt i P t l ee ry day 1b -b week except San (lit : UK AKIWNi W'MK'-IT jOTJKKAX-MIMXU 1 ffot.iishotf every Wedu t -v Presort, uir bKi:tUI rm Territory. ,?;: rk.,rti tu the commercial no hii-"! o- -t tb-j Territory. 111, Y iryear bkb.lt" M oae year, M ix month. 12.1't 4 10 W "4oucy tuny oe remitted by r - -.u, -ottoftlce order or draft. The JotJRSt.-Muiaawi I .laliVerid .rrier to aiihwrlbers in the city forSfioenr Local notices wiU oe laeeris-J at a!t:c. :uus ilae for the first insertion oiia let s ite per line for each sahfeqaeut insertion. CorretpoHdeace an all sabjecra or k-hidva uierestwlllbe accepted, aau nswa from polity is sottcited especially irorn the lainm - inps aad ajc...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 4 January 1888

LbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbL WmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmTmmimmmmm - '""it If 'V-'-. ' -fife ' .r-i'r-'i - r J. C M.AKT1N. Eduot. WEDNESDAY . . . . JANUARY 4. 1888. Govexor Marroaduke, of Missouri, is dead. Complaints come that the people of western Kansas are suffering from lack of fuel, and that if a cold ave strikes them many will be frozen to death. It is "probable th-t the condition of the in habitants of western Nebraska is no better. The St! Louis Globe-Democrat has been making a canvas among the rural editors in Missouri and Kansas to learn their preference for presidential nomina tion on the republican ticket next year. So far as heard from Beb Lincoln is in the lead, Sherman second, and Blaine third. The land suit recently instituted in Pfienu, to recover a portion of the Bry an estate from innocent purchasers and ,. which came very nearly being the cause of a duel and lict, has just been settled. by judge Porter, in favor of the purchas eis, and against the parties who sought...

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 January 1888

IS. mi .i;-. - mm - ... i . - -i, ' -- - - -- . - --" - - - . . TODNaBDAT; . .JANUARY 41887. From ThuksdaVs Daily. Dr. G. Martin, the Prescott de ntist, is in Phenix. 7 Sam. F. Powell, a well known miner, it in 'town. f E. M. gsnford kit this afternoon, on a busine8trip, to Flagstaff: L. S. Atwater, of Hamilton, Ontario, ia stopping at the Bellevue. 1 Martin Maier has just received a car load of Leap's St. Louis beer. E. P. Clark and family " returned to day from their Tisit to California. Judge Wright will deliver a lecture, on Thursday, January 5th, at the M. E. church. Frank Barlage, road master of the Prescott fc Arizona Central railroad, left this afternoon for a visit to Albu querque. E. H. Witherell is having large stock scales and a number of tanks erected at his Coyote Spring ranch, by Philip Richardson. Mining men and any other parties having ute for a tramway, tools, steel, or an electric light plant, should consult Governor Nagle's advertisement in this issue. Mr. and Mr...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 4 January 1888

.4 4 i 4 - 1 if- i r t i alt J "-c 5.-' sST f fEEXirMULrMMEH, 1WEIWESDAY. ; . . JAMTATIY i, 1887. INTERESTING LETTER A Practical, Intelligent Miner's VIws"Turkcy Creek Mining M tftctes. Tubkey Greek, A. T.,) Pecerjer 20, 1897. i Editor Journai-Mixer : Work on the mines in this district is progressing finely. There is more work being clone at tho present time than has been done forECveral years past. If reports are true, a company will soon have a" large force ol men at work on one of our prominent gold mines. Several miners arc taking o t rich ore, and as soon as the roads aro open will tend tons of 4high grade ore to the sampler. AmOng the many rich mines is the Holmes, .-which can ship ore steadily, ltoche is also working his mine and has ehip- P'nS or0 on 1C dumPrcady for sacking. TJ10 oiu urooHWin mine nas oeun iuuo ed to Chas A. Girdler, and he has quite force of men at work developing the property. He has limbered the old shaft, cleaned it out and sunk it deeper. He has also c...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 11 January 1888

1 11 l31 f . I I if1 ic a- jlt iy ... K . VOi;. XXni-No 38. . PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11. 1888. " : PRICE TEN CENTS - " ' . , & jBjT " I ? smsHsjasssiaaaaafisiaMs i ' ' ' . SSSSSgSSS ,M'"l,lg"gBBgPi i ,. n MOHKOU jfctvd itmt dayla wee except Bancs ttbiisfcea Wa t,"ilt! of the writeiy. BT 2 flKAKUMXA rOMLiMilaM; ivirXetlto tte commercial and business ui- , . itjt of lA Territory. TKBMH: IAlXiY pTyear -weely " out year, six moat!). SlZCy 4 Ou a vlo&ev may remitted by r t'-!iri ten-i yoatoHlce order or draft. The JouRSt.-Mnami ldehvr?n e xrrierto subscribers in tbe city for 25 Local eotices wul be inserts i. 'ill-: oiiift a line lor the first insertion aaa t nu per line for each sulfqueutindcftiiu forrespoadeace oa all subjects ci euts- J i;te rest will accepted, aucstra from & Acaiity is solicited, especially iro id the icU'i traps aad ajfrlcainiral districts. Allcoami jtiioasskouldbc idrcmo ' h -Jooks i -Mixaa, Preaeott, A r irons. 1, Uail'Si Eoom Jto. 5, Mc...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 11 January 1888

i.; w 3r f - i rnrinr-': 'i m r ' - ' f V J. -v. r 5fi til I IKIIIIItEILfJMIIIUJi J. tC Martin. Editor. WEDNESDAY . - .JANUARY 11. 1888. EDITORIAL NOTES. Small pox is spreading in California. Sam Fike,an Albuquerque dog catcher, was bitten by a vicious dog recently and is now a sufferer from hydrophobia. Los Angeles, 8an Diego, San Ber nardino and other southern California towns continue to complain of the insuf ficiency of postal facilities. A member of the British parliament re. h cently said : iAs I am an Englishman I am in favocfree trade. If I were ! American Iwould be a protection- T. Mexico deals severely with her coun terfeiters. For the first offense they am putate the riaht arm, for the second the left arm, and for the. third they shoot him. The custom of answering charges against the Fourteenth legislature, dem ocratic, by recounting the doings of the Thirteenth, is getting to be a very stale chestnut. Our old time friend, Tom Hughes, is sued a very creditable Christmas n...

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 January 1888

r- - r tit -IP WEDNESDAY. . .JANUARY 11, 1887. 2TOTES. From Thuksoay's Daily. No train to-day. Snow shovels were in demand to-day. There was a six inch snow fall last night. Chris Linde left foCalifornia this afternoon. W. C. Casey has cone to California with his children. Chus. O'Ma'ley will leave fora brief visit to Lob Angeles to-morrow. The fees of the clerk of the district court, for December, were $351 75. E. I. Long, of the Agua Fria valley, has moved his family to Alexandra. The Bridge bath boose is the only place of the kind in town now open. For full particulars of to-day's" storm, read Whittier's "Snow Bound" to-night. The meeting of the Eastern Star lodge has been postponed for one week. The Sheriff reported f 140 75 collected for fees, and fill 30 for licenses for De cember. Bathers at the Bridge bath house have the advantage of having a hot j stove to bathe by. The young men are all trembling in their boots lest they miss an invitation to the leap year ball. J. Q. Adam...

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. — 11 January 1888

r is 1 i 3t 'i v.- m - mm mm AMZMU JVEEKLT JtfMUL-iMCIL WEDNESDAY - .JANUARY 11, 1887. Our City Government. The retiring city council met on Sat urday, evening-at six o'clock, and fin ished up the business for their term. The reports of the -various city officials .were received and accepted. The treas urer's report being found below, from which can be learaed the condition of the city at present. Mr. Burmister, chairman of the finance committe, re ported that the showing disclosed an improvement in the financial condition of the city of over $1,500 during the year. After closing up the business, Judge Sumner Howard, the retiring mayor, delivered his valedictory, which will be found elsewhere, and the neir counciltneu were sworn in by the re corder. The oath of office was also administered to the new mayor byj Mayor Kinar Howard, when" the for- tr read his inaugural, and announced hut the new government was ready for business. The first business transacted was the acceptance of 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. — 25 January 1888

Itsf 4f ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. VOL. 'XXIII No 40. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25. 1888. PRICE TEN CENTS. I'- T left. (5 ) Pi la. aam weekly jourjul-hineb. 1'Htt ArtlXONA JODK.XAt-MlSXR 1ft 1U m a vry iy In lliowoet except Sun a " iHUAKiWSA WEEK. JCUK.NAI.-MI.VE'! I , 1.1 4ifcUer."Very Wean 4 - Prutl. to ..it.. ' ' rrr.try. ,". vUA. I'lJtttjKMH ! .. -imuuIx commercial itl hiji-s. -. : ,. 1 (1- Territory. 1 K K si h . UliY per year " - WSlUu V .;nKl.Y" ' one yenl, 100 " " -fix months,. 2 . ;uuey may oe remilteJ by c v --.-. itt I ...ilollice orUer or fifi-fl. fbe JOUKKX.-.lNCua'li CcllYcJ-rd b -ncrv iul?eriberb 111 Shr city for - .ent :.caJ 'loucea ill be inwurU.-il at ditue i . vtit a line Tor the Urot inseriiosi and U: p'.r line for each sub-equeia insertion. orrotpondence ou all subject!- or jreuer.il otereet will be accepted, anu nev.b from auj -alIty is solicited, especially irom the miniac .iups and a-jru tf ' -mil district. Vll coaini ;fii:oas should be juldre-...

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 January 1888

WEDNESDAY . . .JANUARY 25. 18S8. EDITORIAL NOTES. Silver is quoted in New York at g6 ; copper, $15 95 3 lead $4-75- Cattl have died by the thousands in the northwfst during the recent cold spell. " Geo. H. Tinker's, "Land of Sunshine" is an interesting pamphlet on the re sources ol Northern Arizona. Under the high protective tariff system even free traders are complied to pay their workingmrn ood wages. The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad company talk of building an overland road 10 tlx: 1'acific coast through Aiizoru. Tannin has been discovered as an ani mal substance by M. Villon, a French chemist, who finds that corn weevils con tain about three per cent, of it. - Indiana republicans are already or ganizing for the campaign this year, and propose iu roll up n'mnj uity for the republican nominee for president. The San Francisco Chronicle is doing 'effective work forthe protection of Amer ican industries, both by its suggestive cartoons and its ably written and unan swer...

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 January 1888

IRIZ0K4 WEEKLY JOURKIL-HIIHEB, WEDNESDAY.. .JANUARY 25, 1887. LOCAL 1-TOTEs. From Thursday's Daily. Thomas Iteese is in town from Cherry creek. Martin Maier has commenced to har vest his third crop of ice. E. H. Witherell left this morning for a huiine&s trip tt California. Mrd. A. E. Wann and daughter are domiciled at the JohnEOn House. "Notice to creditors" of the estate of the late W. G. Oliver is published in this issue. The firemen will score a big success by giving a masquerade ball on the 22d 'of February. The proprietor of the Courier is ne gotiating, we are toll, for the purchase of the old Miner cylinder press. Morris Goldwater returned yesterday f :om his visit to llolbrook. It took him ton days to make the trip. Harris Baldwin and wife returned yesterday from Apache county and aie domiciled at the Bellevue hotel. The announcement comes from Los j Angi les of the anival of a hoii at th? residence there of Mr. and Mrs. C. A . Beach. The roar about that report of the le...

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 January 1888

I. 4 - - -i -"V r" .4;: v.. 7 I '7 t A- 1 4j 1 IKUU WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, -ESDAY"-JRY 25, 1887. FOULLY MURDERED. The Cowardly Manner in which Jrrses E. Miles was Murdervd- The following special to the San Francisco Examiner giveg the latest and fullest dutailn of the cowardly man ner in which .Tanu Miles'w.is killed at Whittier, Caljfornia, nei.r Los Angeles: Details of the murder at Whittier, 'ridly reported last night, show it to nve been a eold-bWied, vicious affair. Whittier is one of the temperance set tlements in southern California, within whose legal precincts no liquor is per mitted. to !e so,. About a month ago the murderer, "lieorce Parks, in defiance of public will, .el up a tent and began selling spirit.-'. r ' jrilEY 0J5J KCTKl) TO LlQl'OK. 'l'h 'resident-, principally Quakers, objected, and threat- were made that inie he removed voluntarily his estab lishment would 1)0 razed and the liquor turned on the ground. Parks erii6ted in Imposition, and engaged three men 'sten...

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 February 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MI NER .ft.;:'- VOL. XXIII 'o 41 PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, L888. PRICE TEN CENTS- ARIZONA WEEKLY JOoRNAL-MiNEH (rCAM ItIJTl5i HO i,, ijiibeu wry "W'.-Un ... .&. A :l'Jt."-.U rK - . the cumiaf'cifti a" ! ' u-.n- -.-. Tarrilurv. T L - i.j ; yif.r ' ' jJ-- o:n- ''. t -M " " :x month- 2 5 outjv xuiV Oc r;iniltei hv i . - 1 - ..riv'ice order ur droit, rr r t -ub-er.-ers in th -tut-r-ii for 'A t ....-.. :iyi:i.i!i rflii r-" tlder- u ' hin ur Uie fa- :' ..- i -! -;r': abf iite. t ni.rt 'ro. V(.7!!--;.oi!(!cac6.n ' eutijcc'. ! ijoe.' re : will bv ji-cfV.-'od, r.:;- avw f-oni .. -l'lv i; evH-ltci,f.sptclhi'j ir'- i no:'':: and " -""! district. .. v iia jvions -.hould r-t -dare-!-.": . ,' : - Viir.iiR. 'r5t.tt. -i..;-.. Oak.-;. Jiuorn No. -, jl c rci .uiV f.--.n Fr.tnrl-'Cii, j mi).. -;--iitjr , . - v-Mi.sxk i:: t :iy. - co'J ft mofi tli: -. tie'lt.'utSt- "tii-TS t'JT .u - i -i. ta ; ri'i"'"S-i'.atl - .. ; v t:K iA'Y otTR-A- Ml.NJ'k - .' V . .. - 4--...

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. — 1 February 1888

rt:KLY JGL'HHiL-MlMER. j ' Martin, Editor WEDNESDAY.. FEBRUAKY 1. 1888. EDITORIAL NOTES. Canada is sending her defaulting bank cashiers to the United States. The Albuquerque Democrat is waging war against the Santa Fe railroad. Su John Lubbock's oldet queen t 1 as leached the age of fourteen, and ill lays feitil-.- eggs. I7.. J. Simpson has been appointed t,;nera! manager of the Aztec Cattle oinjiany, headquarters at Holbrook, vice Henry Want'n, resigned. A genuine case of leprosy, in a while i-tmly, at Marysvillc, C-ihlornia, has b.cn discovered. The family has been 1 oted in an isolated spot outside o: tat town by the authorities. The Nation! Woman's Suffrage liOd.niori has issued a rail for an in ternational counril of women, to cele brate their foitieh anniversary of the woman suffrage movement of tins coun try, March 28 to April 1, 1S8S. Partially successful experiments in Mgnallinu by means of electric lights "JKKued on' r .. .lifts hf been made nv Br.ush officers ;tSm3rPore. ...

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 February 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY.. EBKUAKY 1, lSST 1TOTES. From Thursday's Daily. John .Blackburn h seriously ill. Truin was two hours lute to-day. Supervisor Behaii was in town to-day Mr?. Moeller has gone to California, on a vi.-it. There Will be a leap year party Whipple to-night. H F. Ofdencamp and family left for San Diego this afternoon. Box sheet for theater now open at C. S. Hutchinson's drug store. Col. S. I. Bevans returned yesterday from his Apache county trip. Jdr. Hliipp, tlie young cattle king of the Santa Maria country, is in town. JL Hall, manager of the Piedmont Cattle company at Martinez, is in town. Tlie tire department has decided t ;.. .. ..1. - . i r h luuii nan, iiimc;iu oi a masquer ule. Dr. G. Martin, the well known dentist has brought his family to l'rescott. t tpnd the winter. C. ptain Brann came in from tl' '.'.ar-Hi-i. Jluby mine yesterday, b wili return in a few days. Articles of incorporation of the Jasr Electric company of l'rescott and Jg ssif...

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 February 1888

m - H i J 1 f iifffl WEEKLY JOOnHMINER, WEDNESDAY.. l-'EBKUARY 1, 1SS7. '1 he CaliSonu state board ot heaith has i-.butd a ci:cu'ar in reference to the stm.'-ix'X which i w.nh ot the ronsid cti"M ui hcai h ffictrs of this rrr:-t-. It say: "Small-pnx is slowly bit -urth f.-r:i,in;:i!jig ttsdf through ,,tit th: - I. ''-- declared epi- din.i it r i :. n i-co ; is present in r . ".laiin, Sonoma, San , C i tra Costa, Nevada, t-i Sierr.- counties. This t i;ous a disease as - lare a section of the . ourre as being from a v.. ii uisease germs aie . .. ire thence couveyed ir systems, or their i. ciojctl as they reach .,:. All the cases, sj t - their 'origin to San iir Cuy the oiseabe i r. I r !irti ns, there bc- i iit-ieen enses in that A! lliH 1 . ." ui jl ICJUin, i u" f. -in,. -s :..t - 1 v ! I. I . t C .t t : . . ir -.c t r . , i 1 '.i i- i j 11 v i o VII i I: , , - .' MS i n. h,- Ui '.. i : t k- . 1 ll i ' tl;, It- t unjii'iu ' j) J.'tl l'b i 'JiyilfC ' UllJi mi ; t 1 1'. .IS. iltn i " f...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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