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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 21 March 1888

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MIN ER AR ZONA PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1888. PRICE TEN CENTS. VOL. XXIII No 48. mBM WEEKLY JDOBHSL-MIHEB. POWER PRINTING HOUSE- Ti c Akizoxa JounN.vt-M'Nn: is published every d.iy in tl.e war txcpt Sunday The AlMZOXA WCEKLT .101-KNAL.MlJfCi: . n county s ut of Yavapai county, and capit-l of Arizur-H. nv The Arizona Publish in? Company J. C. MARTIN', V.anamjr. TCKMs: Dally, vcr vcar in ndvaacc 10 HI Daily tor mouth 1 m Uailv. d. Hvcrt d y carrier to en y sub- cibc.r-, per week V-okly. 1"- j..a- . -e ly, six m'.nths W-ik , three month.'- 4 ()' J Mat.". 41 luk R"w s,"w T,uk- 1'" m r .V K-v. "? rjbmt'? HitUdiMr. Now York N U.''yr.: So:i, Timt Buinlniir, 1't.iU dvipfia'. K. '. I)fc s-n Fran Is-'o. I.. I. !.'". Fr ",-'!0- !'A;xner t Kf3tf Fi cisc. Whom he ;..tpi-r ir l;ci,t "i "Aihv rJlsin? i:' s md Wiown on nj -plication V thi clllfcom b . b ivunKm.cn- IIOVAi:!& BALDWIN. ATTOliNKY- U'-mV. IVe-eott, Arizona VtI practif in all tho mi-is -.flit- TcniJ lry,...

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 March 1888

j. C Martin, Editoi. WEDNESDAY . . . .MUICH 21. 1888. COUNTY CENTRAL COMMITTEE A meeting of the Coantv Republican Cen trl Committee, of Yavapai county, is hereby calleC to convene at Preacott, at the omce of the Chairman, on SATURDAY, MARCH 31st, 1888, at 1 o'clock p. m., to take action in re gard to calling a county ronyentioa to elect delegates to tne Territorial ConTention to be held in l'hcnlx, April 25th. and to fill Tacan cles in the committee, anJ for the transaction of such other busin:B as may be deemed for the be6t interests or the party. T. J. BUTLER, Chalrma. J. C. Maiitin, Secretary. EDITORIAL NOTES. Colorado is agitating the reservoir sys tem for irrigation. Marshal Meade and posse have re turned to Tucson. Denver will have a big dog. show, commencing March 28th. The strike of engineers extends now from Los Angeles to Chicago. Next Monday ill be arbor day in Albuquerque in accordance with a proc lamation of its mayor. Is it not about time the republican central committ...

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 March 1888

UHZMIA WEEKLY J0URN1L-MINER, WEDNESDAY MARCH 21, 1888. Sample Copies. In response to applications, received from every quarter of the globe, from one to three dozen sample copies of this paper are sent out every week to parties desiring information concerning Arizona. Parties receiving euch sam ple copies arc requested to forward not less than $1.25 to this office, and receive the paper three months, aB they cannot form an adequate idea of the country from a Bingle issue. LOCAL NOTES. From Thursday's Daily. Hon. J. J. Fisher is in town. Our streets are full of strainers. Th "reservoir convention" meets in Denver to-day. Sbull fc Austin will send a stage out to Jerome to-morrow. Wm. Dulin.of the Montezuma saloon advertises in rhyme. Jules Baumann is recoveriug from a serious spell of neuralgia. F. M. Murphy returned from the Congress mining camp last night. J Mrs. J. L. Hall came up from Mar tinez yesterday for a brief visit to Prefc cntt. J. M. Myers came in from Jerome latt evening...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 21 March 1888

ARIZQNf WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. WEDNESDAY MARCH 21, 18S8. Zamloch's Entertainment. Zamloch had a larger audience last evening than at any previous perform ance, and the great magician Eeemed to warm up to his business still more than at any previous performance. Like the wine at a certain feast we have read about, Zamloch seems to have reserved his best tricks for the last, as last night's performance was the most interesting of the series. Professor Zamloch is not only a master in the art of magic, but is an inventoror author of it, as well. His audiences can not fail to have noticed that only a very small proportion of his tricks are of the ancient genus of equal date with the circus joke, and even the few of this genus which he gives arc of an entirely differed tL'i new -variety, Gi Zamloch's own invention. A magi cian without a deck of cards, of course, would not be tolerated by an audience, and these have always formed a part of the 6tock in trade of the oldest of them. . but Zam...

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. — 28 March 1888

EEKLY JOURNAL-MIJN VOL. XXIII No 49. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28. 1883. I RiCE TEN CENTS. ARIZ 0 .N ill w mimh WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, POWER PRINTING HOUSE- The Aiuzona Jocbnal-M'ser is published every day n the year except 8uiiday. TneAnizoxs Weeelt .TouknalLMinkk is published ccry Vcci.ed ,y, at Present, the count b at tr Yavapai county, uuel capit-1 of Arizona. IiV The Arizona Publishing Company J. C. MARTIN", Manager. TIIKMS: Dailv, rr year in advance Dally per mouth IJatlv, ti livercd by carrier to city sub- -ei'iber-, per v.eek WeekJj.pcr yeur Weekly, six months Wooklv, three months $10 00 1 00 r 4 CM 'i 50 AGEXTs. .1. H. Hates -11 Tark Row, New York. I'ahner iV. R-v. T ribnnts liuildiii;:. New York N. W. yer V : Sop, Times Building, Phila delphia. E. 1 Dake, San Frauris.ro. L. V. Fisher, s i) Francisco. I'ulmer tt Key, S-.ii Francisco. Where the paper h kipt on lile. 47Advcrting Jtites made Known on ap plication t' this olllce oral. the i.bove agencies SI'Kn.Aij NOTI...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 28 March 1888

ItEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. J. C Martiw, Ediioi. WEDNESDAY MARCH 2S. lifts. EDITORIAL NOTES. Dakota is having another blizzard. The boycott on the Burlington cars hat been raised. Governor Lee, of Virginia, aspires to the vice presidency. Hopes are now entertained of the re covery of Emperor Frederick. Agustus Swalms, the paramour of young Mrs. McDonald in San Francisco, has.been convicted of grand larceny. The Chicago, Burlington & Quincy fwitchmen are on a strike now, and traffic on that road is again suspended California republicans wis! hold thtir convention May itt, to elect delegates to the national convention in "hic3g-. While shedding tears of sorrow, v ith Germany, over the loss of Emperor William, Russia is quietly preparing for war. Clan Spreckels, the California sugar king, has been presented to the presi dent. He will no doubt talk swt-tt to him. The Kentucky legislature has ordered general investigation of all state offi cers, since the defalcation of the state treasurer...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 28 March 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURKAL-MINER WEDNESDAY 31AKCI1 2S, JSaS. COUNTY CENTRAL COMMIT TEE A meeting of the County Republican Cen tral Committee, of Y.uapai county, ie hettin called to cnveLe at Presi:ott, hT the Jhc o.' the Chairman, on SA1UKDAY, MARCH Slsi, 166S, at 1 o'clock p. in., to tal.e nciioi. in rti jfdtd to calling a county fomvu'inn to ebit delegates to toe Terriior-al Cotv-ntion to be held in Phenix, ril 25 h. and !o Mil v . ai des in the comm tVe, and or tmsl'uns&t-iou of such other b sii.i-s n ft'-' dcviatd for the best interests of the party. T. J. BUILL'H, Chairman. J. C. MAKTl.v.Stcretarv. locl uotss. From Thursday's Daily. Next Sunday will be Easier. Pay day at Whipple Barracks. Judge Rush is under the care of a physician. John R. Mastert-on will start a etiloon at Jerome. J. .M. Gre:n is teaching school in Kirkl.iii valley. The stage for Jerome w:ll lyave to morrow morning. J. L. Hall came up from hid Marti nez ranch yesterday. Martin Maier's bowling :lley will b ; o...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 28 March 1888

i : . IglZMI WEEKLY JOURIUL-MINEfl WEDNESDAY MARCH 28, 1888. J Resources of Arizona. Taking no account of agriculture, grazing or mining, Arizona has in her petrified forests of agate, untold wealth. Already has exposed to view enough to supply the world with jewelry and ornaments of a finer qualities of this precious stone, of more beautiful color ing than any heretofore discovered. This agate forest of Arizona is the great wonder of the world. Perhaps many million years before Eve sedured Adam into tasting the forbidden fruit, a great forest of oaks, pines and other forest trees stood in Arizona. It stands there yet just the same as it was, bodies, branches and twigs, but in place of existing as wood, it has by some inexplicable freak of nature been turned into stone. Work men have been sent there and some of the logn have b3en cut into sections and are now on exhibition at Tiffany's New York. So hard is this agate that the sharpest steel intruments will not even scratch it. There...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 4 April 1888

V. ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MIN VOT, YYV 7n A r Apla Mlaer. Katakllahea UJj. A. 10. 4. i ArUera JoBiael. tstikUahta 1874. J PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1888. PRICE TEN CENTS. UZBU WEEKLY JOORNiL-MINER. POWER PRINTING HOUSE- The Akizon'a Jockn Aii-M'KKR !s published very day in the year except Sunday. The Akizona Weeklt .Jochxal-Minjjk is I uuii-hed every WeUuebday, at, Ptescoit, tbe county 6'-ut of Yavapai county, and capltd of Arizoiin. nr lie Arizonsi Publishing Company .1. C. MARTIN, Manager. tekms: Duilv, per vear in advance $10 Ml DjiIv i-er moniti Daily, delivered .y carrier to cry sub- c'iber, per v.eek W.njkl, -:t yeir WeeKlv, nix mouths WeeV'y, three month tiiiirl; oopy 1 oo 'Si 4 0" 1! 50 I 25 to GKXTd. .1 If. Bates 41 Park How, M;w York. Plmer iV K--y. Tribune Buildinc, New York N. V.'. jvr X Sou, Times Building, Phila ' !ihia : . C. Dnke, San Francisco. L. P. Fist . n Frnnsco. rauner it K-y. S ui Franoisco. 'Vlmre The i.;:r l- kept on li'e. Advert isi-j' Kites :...

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

- ARKGKfi VitEKLV JOUBML-IU. J . Makt:n, KdiU'i. WEDNESDAY .APUIL4.1SS8. KDlTOiMAL NOTES. Chief Justice Wake was buried at Toledo Thursday, .March 30th. Knights oi La.xr are being imported from the east to fill the places of striking railroad men in Illinois. Maricopa county ir publicans will hold a mass convention to elect delegates to the territorial c nvi-r.tton. Phenix ;: to h; c a milkmaids' con vention sour.. '1 hey are taking advant age of high water to bold it. If republicans were permitted to name the democra'ic candidate for president they would im in the .e.ist object to Abram ii. H ewi.n. Sister Bdva Iockwood thinks the "coining man" will a woman. It is more than p.-obable tut there will be a woman in the case at ieas:. The Denver milling Review says the ore business is passing out of t-c hands of middle men. and miners are nov deal ing directly with the nneltets. We desire to urge upon the republi cans 01 the various pieeincts ol the county to send representation to thf...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 4 April 1888

HRlZQNa WEEKLY JOURNAL-KIHEB. WEDNESDAY AI'HIL-i. 1S88 Sample Copies In response to applications, received from every (purler of the globe, from one to three dozen sample copies of thi paper are tent out every week to parties desiring infoimation concerning Arizona. Parties receiving such sam ple ( opies are requested to forward not h than .-fl.So to this oflice, and receive the paper three months, as they cannot fr.rr:: vn adequate idea of the country S.i :v. a single issue. I-k m Thursday's Dailv. I'irie Spring weather. .1. M. .Myers is in Prcscott. D.-ttiet court adjourned to-day. vi. nti" Mulvenon is in Flagstaff. ! hr ctr loads of barley came in to- . ::i.-r Zulick left for I'henix lo p.i t-iigcru came in on to-day's rt Bpiw is up from Walnut tr J k i- tii.it the Palace saloon will be ). iicd so til. :t T. Andrews has returned from his i A parhe county. j .'(i . ,! ...!? of grain jut. icceived ;it W B;i.-hford & Co.'s IM. Wells and his two brothers c Ki . hi fiii to-d.iy's ...

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. — 4 April 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURMIL-MIMER. WEDNESDAY APKIL 4, 1888. or.lri-- - - vc ni.ii.ri. Tho Plot to Murder Cribble One Year Old- Feiiorico- Gonzalez, aliau Ynnocente Vnlenzuelti, after coming into the Vul ture disirict, u year or two after his murder of the deputy sheriff of San Iouis Obisco county, California, went to work on the ranch of F. L. Brill. This was about five years ago, and then he wat judged to be about twenty-five years of age. Work was something he did not relifh, and he proceeded to es tablish a butcher shop in the moun tains in the neighborhood of the dry washers, killing Brill's cattle, and selling beef to the Mexicans working the pla in r.s. In si warrant was issued for thennest of Valuenzuela, but before the tame wa- served or early in April the Vulture etage was taken in, and when Vnlenzuela' camp was reached he was missing It was then pretty 11 ftttjihlMicri that he got away with tint bar of bullion, valued at $0,000. This pnper has. already stated that Va U nzuela i...

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. — 11 April 1888

WEEKL JOURNAL 3& I J8L TIT "Y"V"r "T f Arizona Miner. Kntubllnhed Mtirch t, 1HG4.) V UJj. i0. O Arlitora Jouiuul. i-'ulHlilinIu'd 1S74. f PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1888. PR fCE TEN CENTS. ARIZON MINER mim WEEKLY JOORNAUiiHiER. POWER PKiNTINC HOUSE- The Akizon.v J.inr. i,-M'xck 's I'lihlishcd everyday in Hit' ytarcxcf; t Mind.iy. The .iuz)K.i Weekly JuruNJivMixtn i riubli-hcd ev:r. Wetintsd j,al $:ei-cott, IK county . at or Vaapu; couuty, nuil c-p-t 1 of Arizom. iiv I he Arizona Publishing Coiniany J. C. MARTIN, Munar. TKhMS: Oaily, jn r vear in adraace Daily jier month.... o Daily, d- Ih'urcd hy arrier to ci y Mih -c"iriur-, per weel; per year. Wcesly, fix months Weekly, three month? Isiiicle topy . . . v $10 Mi 1 00 25 4 ( 2 50 J Jifj AGENTS. J. H. Bat--11 Park Jtow, NVw York. IVOmer A: H y. I ribnuo Buihiiitc, N.nv VorJ: N. W. -xyir Son, Times UuiJiMny, I'liila f"t lpbin. It. ('. Dokf, Sun Franco. L, Y. K;oi r. S n Fr afisfo. I'a'merifc Key. ? ii Fracifcc. Where ...

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. — 11 April 1888

mlWh VitEXLY JOURMilt-MIHEfL I M itin. F.d'.Km WEDNESDAY APlilL 1 1. 1SSS. EDITORIAL NOTES. Koscot Coiil-:hn is mk Texas has a sui plus of nearly S7 ooo.ooo in her titisury. Rhode Island rep ublicans have elected Iheir governor hv irooa 1,000 to 1,500 majority. Oeneial John R. Brooke, tht uew brigadier gener.A is stationed at Fort Shaw, Montana, headquarters Third in fantry. -Mr. Tate's effective method for deal ing with the Kentucky surplus lias given him a vice jr s.iit-r.tial booui in demo craiic circles. The poiinol stravrs, which are beir.4 stirred by trie juitisAn breezes, joint strongly tow mi- .t republican victory ail .ver the co:::.ry mis year. The democrats atd greenbackers, of Michigan are to Ik. id their stale conven tions on (he sam.- day. It is expected hat they will cm a state ticket. Albuqueique which has heretofore been pretty stroMjy democratic has come over into the republican column. The party made a, clean sweep of everything there. A Washington special names S...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 11 April 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. WEDNESDAY APRIL 11. 1888. 'jOCAL iTOTZS. b kom Thursday's Daily. J. M. Sanford cmmh from Williams to-day. lodge Brnnnrr Howard returned from Kingman yesterday. ! itixene of apper Cortes street arc planting out shade tree.. W. C. Bsshford ft. Co, are putting down ;i sew sidewalk in front of their frHfiiiK ns place. Dr. V. H. BTereford and wife, of Kan sas City, an- visiting the former's water, Mr- F. A Tritfe. .1 f 7. Stephens arrived from Los An gel, i, yesterday, for a bssahess visit of a couple of weeks to Pwacott. L Ifercier, forsserly of Punoott, has porchaeed the soda water works of Ueorge Weber, in Albuquerque. The first audi from Piseniz via Wick Hiiburg arrived last evening S7 o'clock, having made the trip in ol hours, or live boon less than Bchednln time. Mr. and Hrs 8. C. Miller entertained i a umber of ladies and gentkasen, but owning, at their rccidencc, it being the il 1 auuivi rsary of tlieir wedding. Superintendent Beggs drove out a ; ci ...

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. — 11 April 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. WEDNESDAY. APIIIL 11, 18S8. MISSIONARY THOUGHTS. fComiuuuicated. There are 1 1,000,000 Protestants in this land. They are in possession of $8,750,000,000 one-fifth ol our national wealth. They are ready for great enter prises; they could p3y the debt of Great Britain and have $4,000,000,000 left They could pay ihe debt of the United States and have more than' $4,000,000, 000 left. God has turned this vast wealth into the hands of His children for the purpose of evangelizing the whole world. What a sense of safety would come to us in our own countr! what an answer it would be to the power of dark ness if within the next five years instead of 11,000,000 Protestant Christians we should have 22,000,0000; and if instead 100,000 Sabbath shoois we should have 200,000; and if instead of eighty thous and churcheH we should have 160,000 churches. How it would herald the the dawn of the coming day if the prayer of Adoniram Judson should be suddenly answered when 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. — 18 April 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER VOL. XXV No. 6. (Amoh Jllaer. Katabllfth-4 March . 1 Arlsoct JubibuI. LfctHblkNlicd 1S74. J PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1888. PRICE TEN CENTS. ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. POWER PRINTING HOUSE- Tbe Akizoxa Jouhnal-M'neii Is published svry day in the vi-ar except Sunday. The Akizona Weeklt JocknaiMineu Is publi-L'.-d every Weane-day, at frt-.colt, the couuty s at of Yavapai county, nud capit J of Aiizons. ur 1 he Arizona Publishing Company .1. C. MARTIN, Manager. tekms: Daily, per vear in iidvaacc f 10 00 Dallv j er "month 1 00 iaily, delivered y carrier to ci y sub- cribTf, per wccl: 25 WVekh.per yea 4 Oo UV-eklj,fcix month? M 50 "iVoekly, three mouths: I 25 iini:le-opy to PRESCOTT & ARIZONA TRAL RAILWAY. CEN TIMK Mi'HKUDtR. Fa h'tzer 10 40 am 3 30 am 3 :X) pin 7 00 run 8 U0 am January 1, 18S7. (Central Time) Lv KfiQfcas City Ar (.ountn.lu lime) Lv Albuquerque Ar (Pacific Time) L,v Ban Francisco Ar (Pacific Time) f.v Lor Angeles - AOEXTd...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 18 April 1888

1 AtQMU tttEKLY J0UKUL4IIMEIL ). C Martin, Edhoi. WEDNESDAY APRIL 18. 1888. EDITORIAL NOTES. Gen. Quincy A. Gilniore is dead. The New York metal market reports bar silver, 9236c ; copper, $16.75 ? ,ead $4-75- The people of these United States will have no more democratic dead-locks in congress after next November. North Carolina republicans will cast their votes for Sherman in the nomina ting convention. The democrats will cast their vote for Cleveland. J. A. O'Neill has made a rich strike in the Socorro mountains. New Mexico. Ore, chlorides and horn silver assaying 200 ounces to the ton; gold one ounce. Considerable excitement prevails among miners. The will of the late John Roach, the well-known ship-builder, has been filed for probate Roach leaves an estate to be divided among the members of his fam ily and their children. A clause in the will disinherits any beneficiary who may contest it. William Morganstein threw away $7,ooo Saturday and attempted suicide by jumping in the Kan...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 18 April 1888

MIZONI WEEKLY JOIIRNlL-MINEfl. WEDNESDAY . Al'KIL 18, 1S8S. LiOCATj itotes. b rom Thursday's Daily. Win. E. Humes went to Apache county this afternoon. H. T. Andrews is oir on an official trip to Mohave county. II. Uruckmau, the life insurance agent, has gone ot Flagstaff. The office force of the recorder's office are kept very busy these days. M. Sanford, Esq., went to St. Johns, on Hub afternoon's train. There is quite a large quantity of mining machinery at the Junction, en transit to this place. The Prescott Parliament has passed a resolution that cows and hoys must l.e kept up after dark. Win. Munde, who was missing for a few days, has, we are glad to announce, turned up all o. k. at the Verde. A small army of carpenter.-, are han- niering on Mike Hickey's new house, on Cortez street. W in. Latchford is back at his old and again in Prescott Junction, keep ing a hotel there. It is worth your while to call and see tin- elegant display of goods at M. i ild water fe Bro.'s. J )rape...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 18 April 1888

UIZ0N1 WEEKLY JOORNiL-lHEB. WEDNESDAY .APIUL18, 1888. THE CHAlTAiqUANS. An Interesting Session Held Last Saturday. Thercgulur meeting of the Prescott Chautatiqu.'i Circle was held Jast Satur day afternoon at the residence of J udge W. O. O'Neill. Each member, upon re sponding at roll-call did so by a quota tion from Byron This part of the pro gramme proved yery interesting, and the interest started at roll-call was sus tained throughout the whole exercises. The next in order was the questions propounded from The Chautauquan. Airs, iirueo then read a poem by Rose Hartwick Thrope, entitled "The Station Agent's Story," which was read in -Mrs. Uruce's mot happy manner. A pamphlet on "Art in England, Scotland and Ireland," was read by Miss Amelia Kuli. A paper on "Easter and the Eastern Customs of Diflerent Countries," was read by Mrd. T. W. Otis, and was very nteresting and instructive. The current events of the day came in for their share of dipcussion, and was participated in by the e...

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