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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 21 April 1886

aWBhnajej i 1 N?; Jfc. - 5 "VliL. XXI No. 56. jfPRESOOTTw. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1116. PRICE TEN CENTS. ARIZONA JOURNAL MINER. Red Star iOUGHIURE .aMtmaua-- emj v w -aam Waejaajann itakMr.M r fr7fMi - JhMHi MNM SAFE. SURE. 25 PROMPT For PAW - oirjn. aamaaaa, .n act Mail vnda ama-n nn kWHCHM BftLMj when applied lot j the nottri't, will be ab- sorted i Xect-Jallx clesnatnr the bead catarrhal rim, e ui lor bealtby seen I'm. It allays In fltaissitlo, pro en Ute membrane of tb atal p-assac fron :addl loo.l cul. tem ple ely hea) sores estorea 'be aente ol of lulr and tmrll. letilijaJiSrfL A irk IIC. ArnlllflCini Apr i la l- Bppllnl loio e amuilaadU weab to me. Priea So cents, by mall, or ax aurtt 8-nl for e-rca r. ..T N !. rrnrlt'.Owv f.T TUTTS piLls YEAK IN U8C Til Tti n it'tdmlTriMi f tVtl I SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. i in --rr " . .t . aka kraa. wltk a daU llwlatto anil, raia aaaar ua aewewaar lruiWtnraawilwww itaaxaruaaaf aaar araiaia. IrtiMllraajcuinr, Vawa4 an Irraaia. iiumt...

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 April 1886

i i. MIZOM WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER J. C Martin, Editor, WED-iE3DAY APRIL 21, 1980 ATMCin Our live stock contemporary plants its "Hoof" under the acting governor's left ear, while it gently pokes its "Horn" into his side in the following manner: "The lapse of time shows that there was method in Governor Zulick's madness when he launched his now famous pro- nunciamento aeainst the stockmen of - a .Southern Arizona who proposed to equip at their own expense a band of rangers to :.take the field in defense of settlers who : were then being ruthlessly muidered by Geronime's renegade band of cut-threat Apaches. But recently appointed to fill the Gubernatorial chair, C Meyer Zulkk at that time strove by maligning thepeo- . pie of Arizona to curry favor with the Indian ring at Washington, to hasten his confirmation, fearing that if long delayed favorable action would never be taken on his appointment by the senate. Recent developments have proved the correctness of his views in this respect at...

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 April 1886

fr's Daily. iatas VLL. Cheaper safe aTsge Msaarea hears eeeety )eil te day ay tee It Sisters' heepital has private ecaeel. JlMI StCVMt, tS Msg fWlM4Mt ukmtM Paeeiz. Brt eterme heve delsyei tsnsisg operstioes Bensswaat. Otkea Harpey left that sserafcsg ea a ihmn tnp to iieeqaereas Sberif hWlvesea aniseed Us Mia of acreasadise yesterday. Kx-fihat iff BeaUe ii wire eat to on to tack Lysz Clack raaah ahertly. The irst mertfeg ea the ralreed ha beea lied for reward with the emi re corrfer. Tba htt rrrzteet ststieeed ia this terri tor; has bees ordered trsaeierred to Call. iureia. The ran will celebrate their sriaiversuy May th, isatead of taeir let, m heretofore annesarfd Wa are ia receipt or a BumWr of impor aat public decaaaeats fro a oar Delrjate ia Cogreu Col. C. efcse. Mr. HstaelJ, Chief Clerk of Coleeel alcGoeigle, will secompsey aim to sitae station at Baa A toe if, Teles. Tka tfeatiael Terr modeetly data that Tuna cosily it the gsreVa spot of the ter ritory, aye, aad of the world...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 21 April 1886

II H i- V" IK- .mom wu iu JwiMxi-mut-1 '-vssisrJSZ" I KSH r MAM IWIIIXryHSSsiFBISCO LINE! .A?5,!I?5S.,J . L " H R Pi ti I & . -r - Ttar7a..r tria.. VHlHiETaHL3??J BBB-ept-a-ap-BB I lllllc rd erandly. Xrine Tail. Tau. I I ITZ..7, nt Il Eier-nltre rmnwiw 1 - J -t- Tf DKESD v Y APRIL Si. 18 News. Ntts lit CoMSits. Nearly all the New York alderman are under arrcat. The former Scott if on trial at Denver. Baltimore sticet car drivers are on a tirikr, The Su Louis strike seems lobe weakening. The prospect is that congress will last as late as August xCeniur kv has a new Uw by which gambling ti a felony. Mary Anderson is drawing crowded Louf in San Francisco. C ptain Crawford, funeral took place at Ooiaha, on the 13 instant. One enthusiastic Bntisher offered $500 "oraaeatlo hear GUdtonc' speech. S s thousand immigrants are reported as hivi-g arrive in California last wetk. Srrciaty Maniing is isnprotirg. Orfrich farming, is Mid to be a tosirg game at prevnt. Snutur G.tr.-n in, of Miryl...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 28 April 1886

11 ''-V""."" ynSSg yn"iTasar 1':' - ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER. VLL.XXL-No. 57. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1886. PRICE TEN CENTS WEEKLY Red Star TWADC MARK. iSpOK tits. ATrooim act nrirxat. w aun Lmiut cmtajt. uinan a a. EEk Fur PAIN (erst. iKr rrvTi. !- e-msamwewsU VHUI H Lml whew applied iota the poem's, win S D eoreed eBTeetaailf cleansles; the bead ciuntilTlmi, c ut loe healtay secre llo. It allaye So limmatlon, pro'eet lbs mcfnbr.ne of th (ill n. stares from add! Ion ! col'a,eom- ple:ely aeal sores icsiorc be eem-a o! of tastr and f aiMI. A ilk BtCllT. A ramltlve Care. AuM 'll 1 mantled loin eae noiinl And It leeab tu ne, Price So crnu, by malt or m nmiBu Bnaigrcirca r. State ret ret. Drnrrt.f. Owern. .T TUTT'S ILLS YEARS IN USE. t MaHml Tria-aaa of the Ate! SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. aveeee resMitee, Uewela cmiItf, rain la skat int. with m. dall aaaaaxlaa la tfea art. rasa uur mo efeeeleev isaeaa mm aanac. wut a iie in ex.m r fcedr tr ettad. vCl .r. Lewaelrita. wlik a ...

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 April 1886

i K V i . 4 or -v I i Hi; I t-r if" ARIZOKI WEEKLY JOURNAL-MIKCR J. C Martis, Editor, WEDNESDAY.. .APRIL 28, 18S6 Ex-President Artbut's Alness is assuming a more dangerous from. dally A plot to assassinate the Cor of Russia was frustrated a few das since by its timely discovety by the officers. Dr. J...M. Blythe a leading dentist of Decatur IUinjis has been arrested on a charge of assailing a young lady patron. The appointment of Mrs. Thompson as postmister of Louisville displeases Kentucky democrats, ilr. Thompson can't vote 'V knonr." Since leaving the army, CoL Fred Grant has done little beyond devoting bis time and attention to dog-raising. He has now forty-seven dogs on hand and is probably the most fashionable breeder cf mastiffs in this country. The pride of the kennel is a dog named Major," which is valued at $7,500. Congressman Tom Ochiltree of Texas recently in speaking of congressional matters says he thicks the tariff bill will be killed ofT this year, and deservedly. It...

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 April 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER HESDAY APRIL 28. 1886 lOCAL NOTES- FaoM Thursday's Daily. Prof. Arnolds bu gone rut. Fbaix bit a (fun end rod c'ub. Dj not fail to attaai toe net. The ojstsr mwa has about closed. Dr. O. W. Scott ii oo bia way to this oast) itia. Baraej Mania ewe in from Autelopr bK eeealeg. Dr. O. L. Mibosey, county pbyi tciaa of Maricopa county, is in town. Toato creek, in tlie southeastern part of tbla coaatj, i well tnpplicd with carp. A sew fib baa been diarovered in Toato Cretk wb resembles the black but. Jolea Biuman ha a near cart for use in eervii g bia family patrons with tbe tweets Ot lite. V Captaio B.-aoo, of Turkey creek, brought is another bar of gold bullion from the Morning Otory mine yaterday. CoL Frank C. Hatch, member of the board of directors of tba ineane asylum, will axrire on to-oight!a itigc. The Precott Gray meet tor drill this evening at their amury. All members of tbe company are nqoettcd to atleud as im ponaat burtaess will be "trim acted. Th...

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 April 1886

7 .,- - 7 -r3L ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESD.lT APRIL 28. 1S86 syatekii:. ADREM. Warm dims ot Ilearen o'er brood the eartt: On scented sward my feet arc pressed; Spring breezes make melodious mirtb, Yet, tilent awe jirevades my breast. To day by u&ture I m shown Iler msrrellous elements alone. I imper wbcre the Tiolets throng, With glowing uiic on supple stem, And cuelest ot their beauty, Jong . To unveil tbe impulses guiding them. And wocueringly my sonl receives .-' The resurrection of the leave! I Cannot praiso tho emerald meads, Where pomp cf lengthening clover " . peet; - Nor that green radiance of the reeds '.That cleaves tho block with alclidor (pears. ily revercut heed along I give The zmr&ctc that make them lire. These b'csfomiog trees whence odor fhatr, The full fed streamlets joy intense Tbe esatutic trills feathered throats, Pierce me with strange bewilderments! Ib all things lovely I would guess The mysteri ot their loveliness! Bat white I mme lie erester...

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. — 5 May 1886

VRIONA WEEKLY : JOTRNAEMJiER. " . VL.XXI-No. 58. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1886. mTm tpv mra ' f-fa. . - f rwirowuji r -b miuiabt 1 AeatB r -asaaeke aek. j Apaeae uu j uara? kwuiiul I SaHEaSaa,Bl,"HII,,,,sS!!saB the V I -ikV , aafcaBaa: aw aa HB Bk I ru. I J. H.Wilsus, known all otcr Arissaaj A Xofeles telrgraa of Apri. 89th says: I I saBaACXiTa JS1 A T. Tl ! HVIf vTWABeS IfSubH 'ejaBaaaiw -Wofft xrx fieaa Omimlf, EmtHet tea, laaaSa'es iSTWirv 25 SArE. SURE. PROMPT. ATDKTOC1CT4 AT Mataml m UUJM A.1MEU1 rOirAST, B4AY1 fiERMANWEMEBf For PAIN I Caret IBacrsuHiaai, MUMai nanaw nan, afc. . I'KfTE. mz IT..TTS. Cliii rtir" 1.TKHB OSnal. atLTUXMU. aUK P oca la o i mCatarrH billUffl OHLRI h-n ap.ll-1lnttli ro ri a, trl I ah- ! ! ! f lie li r-ii.rihtl v u. e u ii but lit- rr l n It fl -1. rait:o-, jini e-t lu-m mlir.jc or Ih l rr from d Jl wt ' col Sam ple elr hraN ore en'or'ea r sent o! o! tt and am-"l. A aurk Belief. A raattTe Car Air i le i npplim Imo eae noairll and In m rtch t ...

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. — 5 May 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-WINER j. C Martin, Editor, WEDNESDAY AY 5, 1886 Governor Zulick is making a bold play to force the resignations ot republican officials. Ten thousand sheep have died in Lin coln county, New Mexico, for want af water. The delinquent tax list of Arrapahoe county, Colorado, fills nine pages of the Denver Tribune-Aepublican. Madison, Wisconsin, the home of FostmasterTneral Vilas, has just given a republican majority, the fint time in years. Orange Judd, editor of the Prairie Farmer, furnishes that paper with a two page communication on the resources of the Salt River Valley. T. L. Stiles, of Tucson, claims to have received a telegram from "Washington announcinz that the U. S. Supreme rourt has affirmed the validity of the county courts, in Arizona. Senator Payne says he i satisfied with the result of the bribery investigation in his case. Inasmuch as the report sys that he was clearly seated by the cor rupt use of money, it will strike old peo ple that the old man...

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. — 5 May 1886

Wi - "3 i , r'" . -- - , - . - - tti -.- V- I t I I 1 I 1 1- I "I ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY. ..MAY 5. 18M. W)CAL NOTES- From Thursday's Daily. BtAtitifal picnic weattiei. Phoiz holdt bercity election on Stur day Tba school boja iave the foot racing fever. Progressive eochre parties re in order sow. Twenty-tour tick of mail came in on last mgbt'e stage. Col. H. A. Bigelow is op from Weaver. E. M. Smfurd left for Flagstaff to-day. Hugo Richards lett for Signal this morn J. O. Lee, of tbe Amcricin raxcb, was in town to-dsy. C. W. Beach crme in Irom bis Eirkl md vallej ranch last evening. Miss Annie West bts gone to Cerbit to visit tbe family of John liirry. Jacob Miller, of tbe Conger Mining Company, loft for hn home a: Canton, Ohio, todav. W. C. Potts has been detained from go ing oat to Cbico Station, but cxpec'.s to J leare to-morrow mornio. Mrs. McEiroy, Mrs. Perry and Mis Tracy, sisters and niece respectively of Mrs. I'ajiUiu Raell, armed here from the east yesterday....

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. — 5 May 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOWIUl-MINER WEDNESDAY.. .MAY 5. II Kits. Hates Ml Cwarts. Monsignenr Capd is to bacoaae m British chaplain, Secretray Mining's condition has changed for the belter. ' The razor edge of the Aspea boom has worn off and they now eoc&plain of - - dull times there. Mormons believe that a man can lore more than one woman just as a mother's low is not confined to one child If those 600,000 Chinese settle in Mexico, they will probably cooTert the halls of the Montezumas into laundries. The other day a retired Russian major, aged 84, was sentenced to three years' arrest at Kieff lor marrying too Late in life, contrary to law. ' said, is a Moslem college, which is loca ted near Cairo, in r.gypu i " students all the time. Elijah Lane of Keene, New Hamp shire, enjoys the distinction of being the tallest man in New Hampshire. He stand iix feet eight inches and says he lslo:.c of the Unci that never turns. Tine United States commis sioner ha ' . sold under foreclosure of mortg...

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. — 12 May 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER VLL.XXI No. 59. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1886. PRICE TEN CENTij i wmBamBamBamBaV aAWW aamtaamawai amawaw TAR 2 QUGHfURE SAFE. SURE. 25 PfiOMPT. at Bsrooim AKB K1UK Tmx iiuo i. miui mnn, u BEnMAN RE For PAIN Con BVjavi-, r oxractsn t tuuit 711k flft"" 4. TOMUk t.3BrS II. ultixcu. a. bnciim bul wbn appllnt lnt tbe no.rri . will be ab- eorted ffft-iailt cteaoslne !he bead nunhil Tin, r or loir bcaithT aecrr tl'.n. It ila)a In Ciuituttlon, pro'ert trie membrane of tb atal p ssajret from dJl Ion I cul'.cm plo ely heaN aores rstorra Mir aenic ot Otta.tr and m-ll. St I Ira ,J - twr La M X A a, ""'A MM A ra-Ulve Cre. Awi ! i applied Into eae txnirll and la a reeb to oe. i'nca &o ecnta, by mail or at ruelt Hnd forcreo ar. .!. Ma M -at. nruxUf.'Owem. .T TUTTS PILLS YCARSIN USE. ; Xadicsi Triuak f O Af! SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. lMefartlt UewlecoaUva,IaIa la tka brad, with a, sail anauln (a tha kaek fart, rata aadcr taa akaalan kla, Falls after Mt...

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 May 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER I. C Makti?.-, Editor, WEDNESDAY iAT 12, 1SSC Aunni; kakck. A visitor to Gomnor Zulick's iham court, now in session in Prescott, and at which th board of directors of the in sane acytam arc on trial, can not be otherwise than impressed with its far cical and ridiculous aspect. Sitting as a icembcx of the honorary board he ques tioned ami cross examined the mem bers of the board, and listened to all the testimony presented there and was cognizant of all the proceedings. Then with ruVuprianj; of conscientiousness and honesty in hi virtuous soul refused t sjn the findings of the board and at once proceeds tc formulate charges zgaiiut the directors summoinj them to appear her himself fcr trial. The sublime hihts of ridiculousness not lang readied by this action he employs and imports an attorney frem Phenix to argus the case beiore him and convince hlw of the justice of his action This, Mr. liaVer, his attorney, labored long snd hard to do thi morning. Jit t...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 12 May 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDKE3DY.... .MAY 12.186. l.QG&ta NOTES- Iroh Thursday's Daily. Mr. A. P. William's condition U re potted slijhtlv improfed. Sheriff Mulvenon is out on the Sine of the railroad ob oSicial bnaineaa. diaries Cohen will leave for Mature county to-morrow morning. T. Otto will move kit barber bop to morro A- to tbe est tide of the plaza. Jraus Lujan, ib old aod popular stage driver, lias a dme on the Ah Fork route. Cptain and Mr. Roasel, Mia McElrov tnd MifkTrfcy will leave to-rooirow for the Captain rnch on Oak creek. Word in received last nij-lit of the death of Picftssor Huga Arnold in Cliftoo. Ttii cauieo: death wa not itU.d. A. A. Moore came to from hi ranch last evening and purchased the City feed yard, corral and livery stable from L. 0 Palmer. Barrett P.t, G. A. ., and t' e Women' Relit! Corps are making the necessary pre ptratii a for the appropriate observance ol Drcoratiua Uj, A. A. Mnore brought in seven., ton of ore from the Hatsayampa from 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. — 12 May 1886

ARIZMl WEEKLY JOWMilMIKt J. C Martis, Editor, WEDNESDAY.... ..XaY 13, m News, Notes ail Comnsits. San Diego has new honey already. ' Charles A. Dana is sixty-six years old tx-I'residTnt Authur's health is im proving. Maxey Cobb, the champion trotting - stallion, is dead. The McCormick reaper works hae resumed operations. Senator Miller's funeral cost the Gor erment $S,ooa. Harry George thinks one hour per day is sufficient to labor. Albuquerque has contracted for the building of a new court house. Secretary Manning has placed his res ignation in the hands of the President. Milwaukee and Chicago have each had labor liots within the last few days. There are 16,000,000 dozens of foreign h;ns eggs brought into this country erery year free of duty. Out of the 2,156 nominations sent in by the piesident 10 the senate, only sue have deen rejected to date. Miss Frances Folsom the prospective bride of President Cleveland, is ia Pari ordering her wedding outfit. The Chicago Tribune says choler...

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. — 19 May 1886

ft -.! -..'s'" ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. VLL.XXII No 8. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1886. PRICE TEN CENTS Red Star Tiweyz HARK. ughIure BSSwawawjeWMarJsWare Ab lutein jirm ft ' Ofimttt, EmuMem Safe. SURE. PftOMPT. 25 THE INSANE ASYLUM DIRECTORS ifntriunm ivn mhim. mS tXitLM A.tKEU& fOIPlIT, BlLTOOIX Far PAIN Com Racrecliua, Kwralait. VT.tcr, nt- . rfAT, tnii raiam i.iubiiu us- a v. mriscu. aa CatawrH CREAM BALM wh-n pnlil int .tti "04'ri , will ht ah- eornea . nrrtaii cle amine the litd ctUrihtl T'u. c u in? healthy aecrr Inn.. It allaya in fliiumatlon, pro'ert tiie membrane or tb aaal p.atapca from add! Ion. I colje.eom plcely heaU furrt c'ore ik eentre ot of ttc and amll. A q"k etrtlrr. . ivrCa r . A i. r i le i pp !-; nin n. , I nnd I h-.hi-i.. ti . .'rre S rrnu, uy mail at ucit-- S mllwr ru r i0 M..K-. liru kM .Oweto. Y RSifiii'Rji bbYssst r mMh UaW -FEVER RUT'S PILLS X YEARS IN USE- Sa Ortalaat Medical Trinrrpa of the Aftl SYMPTOMS OF A TfeRPID LIVER. kMorapeti...

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 May 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER J. C Martin, Editor, WEDNESDAY. .JiAT 1, iSSO It is almost as amusing to sec the "same old he published about C y.jcr Zulicfc being a resident of this Ter ritory; when appointed Govornor, as it is to see "Judge" Zulick seated on a sham judicial bench- Whenibe name of C Xycr Zulicfc, of Aruona was first men tioned as a candidate for govornor, the press of Tombstone where he claimed residence, was the first to raise the in quiry, asking who he was. The fact is as every one knows, that ten or eleven months pnor to his appointment, he was a candidate for oSce. and was de feated ir. New Jersey. Now while the people of Arizona are compelled to submit to the appointment of non residents to fill official posiuons, the citizens of New Jersey hare never yet been known to draw bn residents of Aruona to hold otfke for them. The only residence ac quired by the Colonel previous to his appointment was such as might be ac quired by any man passing through the territory....

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 May 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY... .MAY 19, IMC IOCAL NOTES F-m Thursday's Daily. B. S. Bullwinkle u IB town. Slight rain iMt night and to day. v. n. Murobv has returned fro a bis trip asst. A. Carringtoc, a preminMt citizen of Maricopa ceuaty, is paying Prescott a visit. Fred Sewer, a hard working miner, came up from Tiptop Iaat evening. H. B. Croocb, ef Ekull valley, is in Pre cott laying in a mpply of provisions for his ranch. The Mohave County Miner says that dar ing the patt month the Kingman Sampling Worki taid out to miners for oro the nm ot $34,488,53. V. L. Mother and wife are visiting Pns- cott, the guests of Geo. D. Lount, the lat ter' uncle. Mr. Mother u editor of the Fheniz Gazette. County treasurer E. J. Cook hai snored into his new quartet . ca Corttz, street, in the building formerly cccupieJ by the JosaxAL-Mtsrs. office. Southern papers contain telegrams to the effect tba: Mtxican troop have stormd the Yaqui stronghold and optnred it. Chit! Ojeme, however, es...

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 May 1886

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Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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