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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 31 October 1888

J:-V vt 3'fk , , V WEJKLI JOURNAL-MINER. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1888. V UJj - A-A. V 1 J O. o. - AriMsa Jmu ul, Katakllake J PRICE TEN CENTS. ARIZONA To MZWWBILf JHHttL4UiEIL POWER PRINTING HOUSE- - The AussONA Journal-Mines is published . very day in Uie year except Sunday. Tho Arizona. Weekly Jouenal-Miner is uliliKhi'd every Wednesday, at i'rescott, tbe i nunty scat of Yavapai county, and capittl of Arizona. BT ' ho Arizona Publishing Company J. C. MARTIN, Manager. terms: Oaily, jwr year in advance Dally, jver montli iiaily, delivered ly carrier to city sub retibent, er week $10 00 1 00 25 Wecklj-.per year V.Vckly, cix months Weekly, three months. fMiiirlc conv 4 01 2 50 I 25 10 j3?"Advtfrlisinj Hates made known on ap- j.li ;itiMi l mis omce or aiuie auuve agencies AOKETii. .1 U. HhLim.41 Park Row. New York. 1'j.lmer fc Key, Tribune Balldinir, New York . W. Aycr ivraon, limes jjuikuhk, ruim (Vlpliiu. il. C. Date, Han Francisco, i;, 1. Fisher, San Fraaclsco. J'r...

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. — 31 October 1888

IKOU WEEKLY JOURNAUMiNER. J. C Martin, Editor. WEDNESDAY... OCTOBER 31, 1888. Natfoul Republican Ticket For President of the United States, BENJAMIN HARRISON, OF INDIANA. For Vice President, LEVI P. MORTON, OF NEW YOEK. Territorial Republican Ticket. FOR DELEGATE TO CONGRESS, THOMAS F. WILSON, Of Tucson. rOR JOINT COUNCI1.MAV, NORTHERN DISTRICT, J. R. KILPATRICK, Of Flagstaff. COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR TERRITORIAL COUNCIL, J. M. W. MOORE, of Lynx.Creek. FORTHE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY, E. H. WITHERELL, of Verde Station , A. T. BRANN, of Turkey Creek ; D. M. MARTIN cf Copper Basin ; J. V. RHOADES, of Flagstaff; FRANK L. ROGERS, of Williams. for sheriff, w! O. O'NEILL, of Prescott. FOR TREASURER, T. J. BUTLER, ofPrescotL FOR RECORDER, -. CHARLES H. AKERS, ofj Prescott. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY. JOHN HOWARD. ot Prescott, for Probate judge, W.JH. McGREW, of Prescott FOR SUPERVISORS. L. S. KNOWLES, of Beaver Creek ; D. B. HARRER, of Tonto Basin. FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, PRESCOTT PRECINCT, ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 31 October 1888

JJUIONA WEEUY JOWUL-MmElL WEDNESDAY... OCTOBER 31, 1888. From Thursday's Daily. Maricopa county has 3,040 names on its great register. Over 3,400 names were registered ia this county thin year. Bashford & Burmister are making i niprovemenw to their store. A. A. Moore and wife came up from their Walnut Grave ranch last evening. Mrs. J.W. Kelsey, mother of aire. C. W. Beach, is seriously ill in Los Angeles. N. C. Shekels, superintendent of the Crowned King nine, and J. R. Listen, o ner of the Old Reliable, are in town. l.lert Connell called at this office yesterday with three of his children, to diow the latter a first cla-s printing es cstablinhnient. J. N. Rodenburg came in frem the JIradhaws last evening. He gives a glowing account of the mining outlook Hi ere all along the line. J. L. Fisher writes to kis head sales man, Parley Smith, that both his daughters, Hattie and Ollie, are now down with diphtheria in Oakland, Cali fornia. Major John Reese returned to-day from a trip to...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 31 October 1888

Irs?''-'' V - If- ! -t TV'"? - i '- -1- 1- -.Lnif " r Vf -Mr - --. J. I ;-; - -',Ml,'ll,,l,llli' mim WEEHY JMUUML WEDNESDAY . . . OCTOBER 31. 1888. Hard Facts It if net necessary to bum our cus tom bouses to reach a condition of things practically worse than free-trade. A revenue tariff destroys our home indus try and deceives the people. Areveune tariff in 1820 reduced the country to abject poverty, threw workingaen into idleness and removed a home market, from American farmers. During that period flour sold in Pittsburg for $1 a barrel, lumber $2 per thousand; it toak twelves barrels of flour to buy a yard of foreign broadcloth. Tea was worth $1 a pomnd or one barrel of flour, and a fanner took borne two pounds of coffe for one barrel of flour, and sold five bushels of oats for 88 cents, and took in exchange a foreign manufactured jewsharp. I took these figures out of the books of a country grocer. A reve nue tarjff reduced our country to like condition in 1837, closed our factori...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 7 November 1888

WEEKLY JOURNAL-M VOL. XXVI No. 9. fArlMM atlaer. KtaMIke4 March WM.I 1 ArUtia Jntul, KataMike4 1874. j PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1888 PRICE- TEN CENTS. ARIZONA NEIL r iHiZWU WEEKLY JWttAL-IHIEfL POWER PRINTING HOUSE- The Am zona Jouknai.-Minkh is published rvtry tliiv iu4lie year except sumliiv. The Arizona Weekly Jouknai-Minkk is i uldisluul cvry Wcdneflny, Rt 1'ro-rot.t, tlie K.iinly s.-nt of Vavu;ai county, ami capital of BT 'l hi Arizona Publishing Company .1. C. MARTIN, Manaiier. TKKMS: I !, jm.t your in advance $10 00 litily per mouth....... ! (KJ I'Ailt. diTivoroil ly carrier In cily Mill. M'rirmrp, per ucck 'Zt H"i i;kly, ;u;r year 4 (Ki UYekly, hU" months 'i IA) VoLly, three months I ' Mtii:If: voiiv. ....... . Ill I i?AdvrUHiiiff IaU-. inmltt known on an- 1ii:iii to thifi oHlco or at th ahovi agencies AliKKTH. .. II. I'.aUw, 41 Park Row, New Yoik. l'Iiiicr V Key, Tribune Uuildiujr, York N. W. Ayr Jt Son, Times liulldini;, i'hlla 'cl.hm. K. C. Dakc, San Franr...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 7 November 1888

. 1 T MIZQMtaa.T JOUMttL-MIUHL J C Martin, Editor. THURSDAY.. NOVEMBER 8. 1888. EDITORIAL NOTES. Mark Smith's election as delegate from this territory is fairly conceded. Phenix advertises for proposals until December 3d for $15,000 worth of her bonds. It was Col. C C Bean that introduced a bill in congress for the relief of John Dobbs. Twenty thousand people assembled in Albany, New York, to hear James G. Blaine. Tucson boasts of six crops of alfalfa this year from the same ground, in the Santa Cruz bottom. American residents of London want Lord Dufferin appointed to succeed Grover's champion, West President Cleveland has issued his Thanksgiving proclamation for Thursday, November 29th. With bath tickets four for a dollar there is no reason why any man in this town should be a democrat. Albuquer que Citizen. The Pall Gazettee says : "We owe Cleveland thanks for showing that the silliest man in Washington was not born in Englcnd. At present all the vessels of the north Atlantic squa...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 7 November 1888

UZBH1BILY JGURKJL-IMiEiL THUKSD AY.... NOVEMBER 8, 1888 L1OCAL1 1TOTB3. From Thursday's Daily. Collection day. Douglas Gray is in San Diego. A . L. Kerr left for Weaver this morn ing. J). J. Murr, of Central Verde, is in I own. C. M. Clark wan in frm the Senator tQrday. Conwav Brintow, of the Verde valley, if in town. Bring your job work to the Journal- Mikkk office. E. M Sanford returned last evening from FlagetafT. Frank Cockburn is no longer con uctctl with the sampling works. The boys played several "Hallow e'en" tricks around town last night. J. V. llhuadcs Btill lingers in the capital city making new friends every lay. Uoverend G. L. Pearson and family and liev. Z- L. Kay returned from I'he nix yesterday. Some thunder and lightning and a very light rainfall during the past f w.-nty-fottr hours. K. M. .S.iiiford was the recipient last nitrht of an unexpected vis t from his f.ithur and uncle, from California. J. M. W. Moore, vice president of the Arizona Ore Company, is lit pres...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 7 November 1888

13 'ps," V,' IK AJUZONA WEEKLY JDURMAL-MiNER. THURSDAY.. .NOVEMBER 7, 1888. The Law Concerning Divorces Different Countries. in Australians. Divorces have never been sanctioned in Australia. Jews. In olden tiroes the Jews had a discretionary power of divorcing their wives. Javans. If the wife be dissatisfied she can obtain a divorce by paying a certain sum. Thibetans. Divorces are seldom allowed, unless with the consent of both parties, neither of whom can afterward remarry. Moors. If the wife does not become the mether of a boy the may be di vorced with the consent of the tribe, and she can marry again. Abyssinians. No form of marriage is necessary. The connection may be dissolved and renewed as often as the parties think proper. Corean. The husband can divorce his wife at pleasure, and leave her the charge of maintaining her children. If she proves unfaithful, he can put her to death. Siamese. The first wife may be di vorced, not sold, as the others may be. She then may claim the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 14 November 1888

if"' Sr-7? ' - - .Sir ? pe v is? I it 5 rrr WTXT XT in f Ar MlMr. RMabMikMl ATerjii 1S4.1 JwuhI, KaUatliafceS 1W4. J PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1888. PRICE TEN CENTS. t r - MINER. I, 1 1 t . - - . -a-TH - AIKZMU WEEUT POWER PMIMTIHO HOUSE The Akimka Joubmal-Miiib w pobltohed very .lay in the year except Sunday. 'I 'lC Akizona Wbbbxt Jouknal-Minkb IB ui,iHt..(1 ry Wednesday, at Prrrcolt, the ...iiuly t "t V'vupi coHutf. ami capit 1 or i iz.ui'i. HI Arizona Publtaliintr Cownany j. C. MAKIIN, Manager. tuiu: ,,. r y;:ir w advance $! jitr IliniiUi - 1 00 Iivcii-iI '' rairler Ul rlly Mill- k 4 0 itull) u . . i.h, .cr i-Hr.... A Ii, mix iimlilln. . lir.: iulli Ji? A.iVf'riirtiiiK Ktrs made km. wu on 1 -J5 Mi I- AOKNT8. J. IL. IUUr,4l I'alk RoW, Sew V ik. r-liii.'-r t Uey.'lribun Bttlldiiu-, N.-w Y..rk . Ay. r.V aou, TiMoa Buli-'i.itr, PliiU- liliin r.i. wan FranrU'-o. I I'. f.ni.i,8 ii Kr .ttrMM'O - tK:iAi ioTl:i'.N MiiWaKII llAttUS ItALUfflH HOWAtiO BALDWIN. A rrollNKV.S-A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 14 November 1888

1 Jv - uizouwtEafJOHULWia. J. C Martim. Editor. EDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14. 1868. EDITORIAL NOTES. This is a republican year. There will be no more solid suth. The star of "the man of destiny" has set. The republican party will take good care of the surplus. A genuine republican tidal wave has struck the country Antonio Joseph has been re-eUcted delegate to congress from New Mexico. California elects four and probably five republican congressmen out of six. Cabinet making has- already com menced for Harrison bytheNewYeik papers. Washington Territory gave a republi can majority of 5,000 for delegate to congress. Democracy is just now engaged in trying to figure out what beat them st the polls. Indianapolis, the home of General Harrison, gave a majority of about 500 for him. The democratic mayor of San Diego has resigned in disgust over the defe:.t of his party. Postmaster General Dickinson failed to turn his state over to Cleveland as he promised . West Virginia gave its electoral vote to...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 14 November 1888

I J-J-V'- ftrf-m .-T L?- " - n TP .5 - IS V I a if m g k 1 5ft .v itsrs. ARlZOKi WEEKLY J0URUL4TMIL WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1888. IiOCAl Imiom Friday's Daily. J. R. Walker IB in town. No more timber spies for Arixona. The Jouknal-Mineb predicts a rise i it silver now. W. A- llowe came in last evening from his mining camp. A Prescott man woh f 2,200 on the lection of Judge O'Neill. The "free wool" has been plucked out of the eyes of the democratic party. The Jouknal MiKER made a win ning light for a majority of its candi dates. The vituneratire abuse heaped on Judge O'Neill increased his majority at least 100 votes. J. L. Fisher spraiaed his foet, on election day, and has been confined to his bed ever since. (Jeo. W. Hance was elected justice of the peace of Cienega precinct, and G. 15. Miller constable. Governor Zulick has issued his Thanksgiving proclamation, which "will he f -mid in this paper. If you want a good cigar for your money, buy your cigars at that cigar store on Montezu...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 14 November 1888

ARUMA WEEKLY WEDNESDAY, KOVElf IER 14, 1888. COURT CALENDAR. November Trm, IN3. UNITED STATES CRIMINAL The U. 8. vs Wm. G. Cadene. U. S Attorney for plaintiff. Set for Nov. 19. The U S ts John L Cambridge. U S Attorney for plaintiff Set for Not 19. The U S vi Oscar Lincoln. U S At torney for plaintiff, and Harris Baldwin fer defendant. Set for Nov 19. The USn Oscar Lincon. U S At torney for plaintiff, and Harris Bald win for defendant. Set for Nov 19. The USti Warren E Day. U S At torney for plaintiff. Set for Nov 20. The USvi Warren E Day. U S At torney for plaintiff. Set for Nev 20. The U S vs Genette Gordon. U S At torney for plaintiff. Set for Nov 20. UNITED STATES CIVIL. The U S vs J H Marion et al. U S Attorney for plaintiff. Set for Nov 20. The V S vs GMrgc W Hance et al. U S Attornoy for plaintiff. Dismissed. The U S vs Gearge W Hance et al. U S Attorney fer plaintiff. Dismissed. The U S vs W C Dawes et al. U S At tornes for plaintiff. Set for Nev 20. Henry Huning vs C E Coo...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 21 November 1888

If IbBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW S 1 -5"G t - - i 0 t . " -" atat YYVT "Wn 11 f AriMM Jllaer. Bwatabllnhe Marrk 9. 1MA4.1 VUL. AAVl riO. 11. Arimwmm JhimI, fcainbe4 1874. j PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY; NOVEMBER 21, 1888. PRICE TEN CENTS. o . -vibbbbbbbbbbbI bbwsbb1 WEEKLY1 JOURNAL ARIZONA MINER. ' IRjHMA WEEKLY JMNNUL-iiER. POWER PRINTINC HOUSE- The Ahizon Journal -Mwbb Is published ory day iu the year except Sunday. Tuts Akizon wkkklt J oubn al-Mixbr Is I ulili-hud cry WeUnesdy,at Pre:oVt, the . ounty si:at of Yavapai couuty, and capIUi of 1ST ; he Arizona PublishiHg Company J. C. MAJITIN, Maaauer. tbbmb: .uily, jrt'r ycur m advance siu oo aily per month.... t -ail v. delivered ly carrier to city aub- M-riher, per week 'itI,I), per year.... U.-ckiy, h)JE iiioilths 'W:l;ly, three montba.... i uu 25 4 U 2 50 I 25 10 -iii'Ic copy.. ;-t?AdvcrlIsiiiir Katea made known OB. ap- i iii .iIkiii t this oUlceorattheaboveaKeactec AC1KNT8. .1.11. Hutes. 41 Park Row. New York. I'i.li.icr .V: lley....

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 21 November 1888

UIZOW VEOLT JNDUL- J. C Martin, Editor. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21,1888. EDITORIAL NOTES. Michigan mado a gain of three re publican congressmen. 3Jark Smith got a majorty in every county in the territory, except Mohave G. T. Paer, republican, defeated judge Robertson in Gilay county, and Jones, republican, is elected to the as sembly. The "dollar a day" he of the cam paign, against Harrison, although well cturir to. was of little avail to the democracy. A. E. Davis, a former resident of Mohave connty, was elected a member of the board of supervisors in Los An geles, California. Foster S. Dennis is negstiating for the erection of a number of concentrat ing plants in Mohave county for work ing low grade ore. Peter Bolan demonstrated that he a hi.pr man than "Little Steve" "'no and ludge Fitzgerald combined, in the Graham county political fight Nevada cast 16,597 votes in the late election, or more than 2,000 less than Arnno- cot hp ha? two senators in illil''IIHj Jw w the senate of the Un...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 21 November 1888

ty $1P .A UIZOM WEEKLY JSttUL-NIKR. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1888 LOCAi ITOTB3, From Thursday's Daily. Jacob Henklc is in from the Brad shaw country. Read the new advertiaeaient in issue, of M. Geldwater & Bro. this H . O. Moe, a Big Bug mining man, was in town for uupplies to-day. Hon . J. Y. T Smith and G. A. Shaw left for Phenix thia afternoon. H. J. Miller, W. L. Van Horn and E. M. Doe, attorneys of Flagstaff, are in town. Geo. W. Hance came ap fiom Cien cga yesterday, rejoicing over the re publican victories. Goo. H. H. Curry has the largest and most .varied assortment of Christmas toye ever brought to Proscott. Members of tlie Masonic gran.l lidge erpross themselves as highly pleased with the hospitality of Prescett people. Secretary Bayard, E. Burgess and some officers at Whipple will leave on Friday for Camp Vrde, on a duck shooting expedition. Geo. II. Tinker, editor of the Flag- fiLutf Champion, came in on lawt night's train, to secure medical treatment for bis eyes, wh...

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

beef IKIUWEDELTJOIRIUL-MlliEiL WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1888. BSBBBBBmMBBaaBMBaBMBBSi A Horrible Murder. A Winona, Illinois, telegram of of the 1 2th instant says: "A most blood curdling and atrocious murder was committed here early this morn ing, and the city is in a fever of ex citement over the murder of Peter Howe, a wealthy banker, and his wife, aged 73 and 69. respectively. Abuut half a milt from the business part of the city Hands the Hoac residence, a large two story frame structure. Here lived the aged couple with one domes tic. At six o'clock this morning as she came down the stairs the reflection from the lamp she earned shot through the door of Mr. and Mrs. Howe's bed room, and it revealed a ghastly sight The walls and bedclothes were covered with blood, and lying on the coverlet , was a car-coupling pin, to which ad hered hair and clotted blood. She ran to communicate the terrible story to Irwin, Mr. Howe's son-in-law. Charles Burkhart was suspected of commitin the dead ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 28 November 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. VOL. XXVI No. 12. (Ar:x)HH Miser. CtR.bn!icrt Jfarp.H 9, 1H&4. 1 Arlcoca Jttuinul. fcniivbliHUeU 1H74. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28 1888. PBICE TEN CENTS. IRIZQM WEEKLY J0URMAL4IINER. OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF VOTES $cnd for an Illustrated Catalogue, Free. THE POWER PRINTING HOUSE TIicAkizona Jouit.VAi.-MiNEii is published t-very dny in the year excopt Sunday. TljO AlUKOKA WCEKLT JoUUNAlMl.VlSll ift (uhlilicil etury Wednesday, ut Piet-coit, the nuiiiy Rfitt of Yavapai county, ami eapitil of nr 1 In. Arizona L'uhliftliiiig Company J. C. MAliTIN, Manager. Cast at the General Election held in Yavapai County, Territory of Arizona, on Tuesday, the 6th day of November, A. D., as Compiled BRIGHTEST, BEST. irom tne omciai returns on nie in tne omce oi cue uierx oi roe isoard ot supervisors. KIGGEST, tkums: i.iily, per year hi advance... li.illy per month.. Htuly. delivered iy earri.-r to eny $11) IH) I 00 Milt' -eribcr, per muck Weekly, -:r y;r Wee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 28 November 1888

-1 4 1 '.is mimh mm jouehul-miheb. J. C Martin. Editor. VV EDNESDAY, NOVKMBEH 28. 1888. EDITORIAL NOTES. Four years ago certain democrats howled 'oud and long to "turn the rascals out' Nov? the same parties are very earnest advocates of civil ser vice reform. The lantern of Tullamore light; near Portland, Ore., 130 feet above the sea level, several times the glass has been broken and the light extinguished by severe storms. In -answer to a great many private in quiries, we would fctate, that the Fifteenth legislature will stand, in -the council, S republicans, 4 democrats : house, 1 1 republicans, 13 democrats. In Walla Walla valley, Oregon, four crops of strawberries have been gath ered, pear trees have yicled three .tops, apple trees two crop?, and num erous other fruit the same. A member of the famous Thirteen club, of New York, committed suicide. The act was done on the 13th inst, m room thirteen of the Hotel Royal, j jury . for the reas0n that apportion of Who says it is not an...

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

5- . r " &RIZDH& WEEKLY JeOPM-fillHER. WEDNESDAY, jSOVISMBEII 2S, 1888. WHOMaMMfiiaan J'kom Thursday's Daily. - Tlie carpenters are busy. Mrs. Wm. Wilkcrson has returned from California. E. S. Clark, of Flagstaff, came in on last night's train. About twenty passengers came in on the train last night. Quite an amount or freight was brought in last night. It is reported that Col. Bray ton has noeii ordered to Huachuca. Dr. Kubinson reports four births and three deaths for the past month. Judge W. C JIazledine came in yes- terday, on his way from Ciilnornia. The General Conference of the Meth odist Episcopal church has appropriated 7,500 to be expended in Arizona. Everybody was notified yesterday that yi Gold water & Bro. are the agents of Wanamaker fc Brown, Phila delphia, I'a. Election bets have about all been paid. We hear of a few placed upon majorities of eastern states that have not yet 'ccii settled . A deed lias been filed for record in the recorder's office, from C...

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

mm WEEKLY JOVmUL-ilKER. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1888. Annual Assessment Work The Mining and Scientific Press gives the following timely advice : "Miners and prospectors who have net already done so, should at once commence the assessment work on their claim to comply with the U. S. mining laws. Only a few weeks more remain in which te do the work. It is foolish to put off this necessary duty until the last minute and ptrhaps jeopardize im portant interests. "If work on the claim is not com menced on or before January ist, 1889, they are liable to a forfeiture and re location. The weather about that time may oe sucn in ioe muuuiuuvui le gions as to entail a g-eat deal of extra trouble and expense. It is a bad plan to delay such work url the last moment. The working of the annual expenditure feature of our mining laws is now so well known as to require no further expla nation. If the work is not done each year, the claim is subject to relo cation. When the owners let the loca tion lap...

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