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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 27 March 1889

33SI5Sr.r A M " V-tr JOURNAL-MI rT xr- 01 ( Artaoaa Mlnrr. K.tnlillh-t JljrfU t. VOL. XX V I J0 ti 1 ArlmwHi Jiu.i.l. j-t.tMf.tia IS7I. I PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27. 1889. PRICE TEN CENTS, iWEEKLT ER. t I I I (I i k t A 11 I fill it fllilUUllil IMIQii WEEKLY JWWMAL4imEiL POWER PRIMTKC HOUSE. The AiazONi, Jot Sunday, tveryday In the yew ooknxlIMinmr Is bounty scat ol WiJ' The Arixon PublWdns Company J. C MARTIN. Manager. txkms: Dally, per year in advan MAbex. per flO 00 I 00 35 4 0" Weekly, p , a 50 Weekly, toe month-. plSlio! office or at the above agencies AGKXT3. .t n it.tM. 41 Park Row, New York. lLr Tribane Bulldlmr. New York Ji wSer son, Times BuUiHug, Phila delphia. WonMsm. P. Fisher. SnFrBdsco. Valuer s nej . v r -tVhero the paper Is kept on ale. SECRET. SOCTETIIS. ARIZONA ROSE CROIX, CHAPTER NO. L Reijular meitincs in couclave or Arl tona Rose Croix Chapter, No. 1. second Sat ntdly ot each month! All Sir Knl?hU Komi fnternallo InTlted to attend, tty, order or Moa...

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. — 27 March 1889

slllOItt WtEKLf JOURUL-MIKER. Official Taper of Yavapai County. J. C M.AKTiN, Editor. WEDNESDAY ....MAKC1I 27, 1869- EDITORIAL NOTES. A salt trust is talked of. The Ensenada gold craze has been pretty well punctured. The 18S9 mining booms seem to be all on paper up to date. Ex-President Cleveland and his ex cabinet have gone to Cuba. J . J. Chatham, of Nogales, is the fattier of the local option bill. The Yoiktown has not yet been ac cepted by the secretary ot the navy. Claus Spreckles estimates tbe sugar crop of the Sandwich island at 125, 000 tons . Judge Stanley Matthews, of the United States supreme couit, died on the 22d inst Manager Abbey estimates his less through the sickness of Mary Anderson at $100,000. The name of N. O. Murphy, secre tary of Arizona, appears among the list of appointments recently confirmed. William H. Whitman, of New Mexico, has been appointed associate justice ot tne supreme court of that territory. The New York Evening Telegram says that cables from Pa...

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. — 27 March 1889

tf 3 r. i"'--' UdOM WEEKLY JOS From Thursday's Dau Poor Cocomuo. Equinoctial weather. No eastern mail last ri&hL Judge Hawkins is w&m Francisco. H.T. Andrews lcit for the lower Agua Fria to-day. Lieut, Rockefeller returned lustmght from attending a mihwy court at ban Major IX M. and M. A. Inordun, of Flagbtair, came in from the south yc- terday. Deeds for the transfer of the prop erty of the Head estate bavo been hied lor record. Wm. Decring has commenced to de liver the box-alder trees to planto in the plaza. . Henry Tackett was unnuttl to jail yesSin default of $500 bail, to keep the peace. , , The sheriff yesterday had a force of prisoners at work digging holes in which to plant trees. A deed from 0. A. Feter toS.t. Bright, for lota 17 and 19 block 5 cant Prescott, has been filed for record. Hatcher's teams camo in from Cop per Basin last evening, and loaded up and went out w-uj. A new railroad time schedule is re ported out, to go into effect on the At lantic & Pacif...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 27 March 1889

mim WEEKLY JB8HHftL4aga WEDNESDAY.. . MARCH 27, 1SS9. Moro Appointments The following nominations are re p rted. William E. Culver, as poit ujiSter at Los Animas, Colorado ; John R McFie. of New Mexico, associate justice of the supreme court of New Mexico; Frank R. Aitkens, Dakota, associate justice of tha supreme court of Dakota. Whitelaw Reid, New York, minister to France; Julius Goldschmidt, Wis consin, consul general at Vienna. The nomination of Eugene Schuyler, New York, to be assistant secretary of state has been withdrawn he having declined the appointment. Army appointments Ordnance de paituient Lieuteuat Colonel Adel bert R. Buffington, to be colonel; Major Joseph Farley, to be lieutenant colonel Captain Otho E. Michealis, to be major cf the medical department; Captain Julius Palsekee, to be surgeon, with the rank of major first regiment artillery; First Lieutenant Gilbert G. Colton, to be captain; Second Lieutenant Charles H. Huatei'to be first lieutenant. Post master, Jam...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 3 April 1889

IP 7 V A Wi hk 1 1 1 1 I ? V A I - 1 1 X ki1 1 V ' :'TI It; 1UU lllJL f f MJ IJ IV I J X V J U IJLJU ITllllJJilii, JA fAr!toiia Miner. Kxtnbllslitsl Mnrrh O. VOL X2-VI NO. u 1 .vrUB Join mhI. t.ilIiiort 1S7I. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1889. PRICE TEN CENTS. The Akizon- Joousau-M'.n, i ncryduy lu the, y,r WMlN1I. ifi The Arizona, at Pm-col the J. C ALMOIN, Manner, ecrilxirf, per 4 y,, Weekly, Per 'V, -.J 50 10 Oration ti Ibis otllce. ICS AOSXTS. KG.W,SanFrJinrl6-o. jl.FUtier,Sn Fnnclsco. Wncro ths paper If kept on Ulc. SECRET SOCIETIES. SSn'riir .uvUc.l iuend. By,' ord.r of WUe U. furor. mGtrr.AVchvis,. I. 0. 0. F. Arizona Lc.dg. No. 1. l!...mUr nit't?Llti:r Of lIS lodne every Wedned' fVfninOdd Fellows' haK 'J.m''" : ' ..... ....I..- tdaiiitinir w rmdiaUv invited to at! end. . coruwij mQi WADi)PI.L, Noble fiwd. W. K L.vxiohkiie. Recording Secret .ry. Knislits of Pythias. IVeseott Lo.1s No. l. lvag- ular niee-lair wi every ilondny evenmcat dl fellows' Hall. hOjOMtnintr Ln...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 3 April 1889

. J WPP Official Taper of Yayapai Couity. J. C. Marxih, Editor. VEDNESDAY APRIL 3,1889. EDITORIAL NOTES. And still we say: "Hurrah for Wol fley." Corporal Tanner has been confirmed as pension commissioner. Fhenix holds her city hall bond elec tion to-day, Saturday, March 28th. The Gazette says that the university tax bill was killed. Peace to its ashes. Debris from an unknown wreck has been washed ashore on the Atlantic coast Senator Jones, of Nevada, is an appli cant for the position of minister to England. Judge Gresharajis strongly talked of as the successor of the late Judge Matthews. The white cap nuisance seems to be increasing in the east. They should be suppressed. The Samoan Times, suppressed by the German government, has resumed publication again. , A movement is on foot looking to the raise of the pay of congressmen from $5,000 to $10,000. Judge Prince, of New Mexico, has been appointed as Governor Ross' suc cessor in that territory. Tamas86e, the Samoan revolutionist, wh...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 3 April 1889

' ri-f. :f ;-r, 'r "-4 ! t - '!-s ;--'-f.-' - . JWmmrk ma miflflil M IBiia.'- . ""?!-.. -uSgMBA - -IH Ml II II Waff. SItiRfeflU MmLTJHBUHlllBL WEDNESDAY APL 3, lStft From Thursoay's Daily. SorrfiUrv Bayard will return to Rie- nix shortly. The Clifton CUrion haa resumed publication. Dr. W. L. Wardwell died m Tucson on tlio 24th ci March. HomlC. Douglass Brown returned from Thenix last night. Major E. K. Otey wUl engage in bu siness in Jerome next week. lL T. Andrews returned last evening from a business trip to Williams. A minstrel troupe, booked for Prea- cott, became stranded in Albuquerque. Rev. B. F. Farquhar left on the morning train for bis home in Califor nia. Charles Flinn and wife, of Winslow, have gone from Phenix to the city of Mexico. Advices from Phenix indicate that it will ,be Governor Murphy for a short time at least. A. A. Moore came in from his ranch yesterday, to attend a meeting of the board of supervisors. Martin Mater's new bridge barber shop, adjoining the bath...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 3 April 1889

I 4r:zona weeely jodrnal-miiieb. WEDNESDAY APRIL 3, 18S0. ouncllman Hardy on the LegiS' latlve Situation. Captain W. H. Hardy, the able coun oilman from Mohave county, writes a inter to the Phenix Herald, in which he ' iaais up the legislative situation in a cry forciable and logical manner, and om which the following extracts are , Ua.de: On the 20th inst I was about ready to row up the the sponge and go home; ncre was so much selfishness manifested, . 'V members from large and central counties that I began to give way and suted the facts to my constituents. But in answer came this letter: 'Stay with the situation, old man, and we will back you. Enclosed please find $150. gned, Beecher fc Co., Taggart& Co., Russell & Z mi men, John Mackenzie, Mat Howell and others.' With this encouragement I concluded to stay and help fight it out on the republican line if it takes a summer. If any of the northern boys get short of change and their republican constituents do not come to the...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 10 April 1889

ARIZONA VOL. XXVI-- 31- ( ArlMBa Mlaer. Katabllahed Marck . 1G4.1 1 ArlMia Jatnal. Kabllhtd 1M4. ) PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1889. WEEKLY .1(11 H AL-V1i Milt. l " power pnmitno house. r. . Tnmt)f tfHiNKK is published The Amtoin Joott Sunday. fveryday in wi1-. JouunaiMinkb is The AKirox " -r .j4V. at Preacoit. the lubHsbed ev i h Arizona InWLsfting Company C MARTIN, Manager. J rows: r in advance f 10 00 Daily, per I 00 iJSyTireTedbycsrriertoaVy sub. ' fibers, per week.... 25 4 01 2 50 X 25 10 WVokly.peryeM; WeWy, 'areo lu" StTAa,rn:.. nr at tli shove, airendes plication v " AdKNTS. i n Bates. 41 Prk Row, New York. r wt Rey.Trlbane BalldUK, New York AyerA on, Times. Bulldln,:, Phlla- C ODake, San FrMclsco. J P. Fisher, San Tranclsco. l-almcr & Key, San Francisco. Where the paper if kept on file. " SSCUTiOCITIZS- A KIZONA ROSE CROIX, CHAPTER NO. A L-Keeular meetines in conclave of Ari aRoso Croix Chapter, No.l, second Sal ary ot each month. All Sir KnlbU Rose fnUcrnal...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 10 April 1889

MBMII WEEKLY JOURWAL-lllttEFL Oftci&l Fapr of Yavapai County J. C Martin, Editor. WEDNESDAY AT1UL 10. 1889.' EDITORIAL BOTES. Tke United States senate has ad journed. Robert Garrett's health has not im proved by his southern trip. Prof. Barnard, of the Lick observa-'i tory, has discovered a new comet. President Harrison has made 350 nominations since coming into office. A letter has been received in London fran Stanley under date of September 4th 1S8S. April 23d instead of April 2d is the date for opening the Oklahoma land for settlement. At the receut municipal elections held in the state of Kansas women were per mitted to vote. Editor Osborne of the Los Angeles Express, seems to be the coming man for pubLc printer. All of the United States navy, that escaped the Samoan cyclone, seems to be on the dry dock. Albuquetque cast 735 votes at her city eketiea on Tuesday. The republicans elected all their candidates except three. Dan Voorhees says he would give John C New "a certifica...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 10 April 1889

"1 . - . '.4. "1 iiXESDAY ATKIL 10, lb9 "-EScaxTSSsT From Thursday's Daily. Wn ,ul from the westlwtn'B"1- . 1 AjV urruin Tho Clifton Ulanon w - iu two wecks i)iiiiliTrniaklu I To-day Uas been vei) j Mm Baiinwiin has windy. " . I Hams House. From Saturday's Daily. April showers to-day. Thunder ami lightning tiwlay. lhemx will mku have a Holly watur system. Walter G. Bates is up from tho Mar. cus mine. Plienix expects to have ripe apricots rented tho Wil- Business is rapiuiy the nleasant weather. i r ninrlrt limniy) oro " re- Mirni!d from Plienix. Governor Wolfle is expected iu Fhe- V liimir next Monday tiw tx has been reduced by the leeialatnre from & to n v Mitchell's cat load of blooded tnk came in by lust night's train. The young cttle brought in by last night's tram cauuo .i ia)u8u ertv'scornd,Wetrrecott. Tl, TniTBSAL-MlNKK W UlO official iwuer of Yavapai county, and publishes . r-vf o . : reports of proceeuiuso UD oupurvi sors in full Demitr Sheriff Hickey left on this morni...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 10 April 1889

ft-- .4 . i WEDNESDAY ,APIilL 10, 1&9 Member of Congress Poorly Paid Since 1789, all the vay down, great, good and distinguished men of every party have received back pay, b.vre been "sahry-grabbers." If it be now pro- s corniced a crime, our national roll of honor must be sualy blotted. But what is the argument of these self-constructed censors of pubic virtue ? They ;.:aay one congress may properly vote an ' increase for the next. "If the Forty second congress had voted an increase for the Forty-third that , would have been honest." The "Pickwickian" idea seems to possess these critics that men must not vote themselves money. But how about the men in that congress who were already electca to anotner, and the senate, J which is a contmutng body ? Upon their theory, a majority of the senate must, in honor, always vote against an increase, because a majority of the sen ators always hold over from one con gress to another. Congress makes no contract with the people. Its members ar...

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. — 17 April 1889

J ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER VOjU-. -XA.Vl i. O-.. iArUoB. Journal, fcataditiahrd IW74. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1881). PRICE TEN CENTS IRIliWI WEEKLY J0URNIL4IIIER. POWER PRINTING HOUSE I lie Arizona INiblistiing Company j. (J. MAKTIN, Mauaj-er. TKKMS: lUr.lcr3Vr tlvaucc lijtih'.per montn .. Hailv. delivered by carrier to city ut cfiber,lcr;weeK WreUy.pt jear... Weekly." woulh. VVeetly, three months !,...! niiiv....i .......... ......... 10 00 1 00 25 4 (M 3 50 1 35 10 jfAdverUsint Kte made known on ay nitration t thU olllco or at the above amende: AO K NTS. J. II. Rate. 41 1'ark Kow, New York. Palmer. Key. Tribune BuUdlni. Sew ork N. V. Aycr t Son, Time HulUUtig, ThlU- K. C. Date, San Francisco. I,, P. Fisher, San Frmclsco. Calmer & Key, San Francisco. Where the paper li kept on file. SSCRET SOCIETIES. KI7.0NA. HOSK CUOIX, CHAITKK NO. A. I Regular nicotines In couclam of Ari zona Kiwo OrolrChay.ter, No. 1. second Sat urday of each month. All Sir Knlchts Koao f...

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. — 17 April 1889

'3 1 ' IR1Z0HA WtEKU JOOHHAL-MiHEB. Official Taper of Yavapai County J. C Martin, Kdhor. WEDNESDAY APRIL 17. 1SS9. EDITORIAL JttVTES. Next Monday the Oklahoma Ian will commence. Seventeen followers of Boulanger have been indicted in Paris, Mural Halsiead is now talked of lor United States senator fwtn Ohio. . Mining men want and -are entitled to representation on the board of supervis ors. Major General Crook has been ap pointed as a member of the' Sioux com mission, General Wilson and George Christ are said to have entered the' race for United States marshal. The republican potty of this territoiy has reason to thanV .Governor Woliley for his manly veto of Coconino. A Vicrae has been inaugurated to build a ship canal to San : Jose from Aiviso on the bay of San Francisco. Cour.cilmen Chcyncy- Dorrington and Dunlap, will be held in grateful re-m-iD'-nce by Yacapai county for their unfaltering friendship for this section. One man at least has been found who does not want office. Wm. B...

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. — 17 April 1889

' ' nit"- 1HBM HU JBBMaWWa, 7 . . . . 1 T I CI. O Kkom Thursday's Daily. Jfcirvev II. HiUm is quite sic.. i7Nnihid 90 near, and yet so far. v . i . t v Kivlenliun: returned last nigiit ., -i visit to Lynx creek- J iLlIoSkins, the Flasstatl banker, .vitiifv in m last niglit's train. n.A rt,i.imr Tonto Basin to f . -.-....v,! M.irr.b 21 mi Kiiu county w:vs a' iw i,i frLMid. L. T. nils "eon UxiUned into Oilacouuiy u me iegi8 ! l-tliim. f,..iv. t'linm&s has bougbt a numler ..n.'imimm' bis residence in West l'rescotU The now wd law reduces the road k . . voar nr lurn Liv- ax rom ? io . j alwir on the roads. The train arrivvd at uvo o clock hist - -. ...... tl'tt.st.lt'11 ..t.lll viniinsr wHiioui ........ Uvmsioa wreck west ot Ihe Aeedles. I'isif h II Shook and wile, vocal musicians of Mieuix, are m town, and will Fiwud the summer in PrescotU The Tucson Cilm'U presents a splen- Hid appeareuci! lypograpiucuuy now. laving recently tlotiuea anewuressoi h'V . . ... .. ft. Meyer Ztiliet, ....

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 17 April 1889

ARIZONi WEEKLY JQOBiUl-MiijEj WDKESDAV APRIL 17, IS 9 DEATH PENALTY FOR TRAIN ROBBING. The bill passed by the Fifteenth leg-N islature making train robbing p: mshablc by death, and vhich received '.c ..' signature of the govemc-. ;.nd is now the law Of this verritory, was introduced by Hon. Lew Martin, of Pima county, a railroad engiueer on the Southern Pacific railroad. The New Mexico legislature at its session . two years ago passed a similar law. since when, no train robbery has occurred in that territory. The following is the fuil text of vfcc Arizona law, being the second bill introduced in the house : AX ACT ' Defining certain offenses against the public peace. Be Tt enacted by the legislative assem bly of the territory of Arizona : Section' i. If any person or per sons shall willfully and maliciously make any assault upon any lailroad tiain, railroad cars, or railroad locomo tives, within the territory, for the pur- pose and with thq intent to commit murder, robbery or any ot...

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. — 24 April 1889

ARIZONA WmLf li IK Ai -MINIM ; ai""',",a"i"aaaaZaaa ii i i i i i ii i jii - r- s " ,, 1 .SST VOL. XXVI No. 3a. UUZOIU VEEUT JNWL4HBL POWER PIIIIITIHO HOUtl . verv day tu the year except Saaaay. MiWUbed every Weaaeaaty, Prcscott' outitj seat of Yarapal coaaiy. ar I he Arboaa PWkifciS Coataaay J. C. HkKTDf, Mwr. thmi: IMly, twryear ia aaraBce W 1 "VaaiWOT ikJt W a insrlc copy - v -rvy . ill. -m u ru. a tbat fj.llArticr Ttf Bate, 41 Park Row, New York.' khncrARey.TrlBe Balldlag, New York i W. Ayer Soa, Tles BaUd!sK, Paila- clnhla. . k.C.Dake,8aafreta. U P. Fisaer, 8a Fraaclaco, Palmer Key, 8aa ftaactoea. Where the paper U kept oa tie. Ar 1UZ0N ROSK CROIX, CHAPTER NO. Ij-iKepular Eaeetlac conclTa ol.Ari zoua Rose Orolx Chapter. Mo. I. secoad tat unity of each month. All Sir KaiKkU Rom rrdteraallo Invited lo attend. By, order of Mou Wise A.O.OllTer. S. E. BRIGHT, ArchlfUt. I. 0. O. F. Artxoaa Lodrc. No. 1. Reicttlar aaeeMaK P this Iodc trexy W4Bay cvcnlneit Odd Yellowa' kal. BoioaniiBfr ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 24 April 1889

IH120KI WEEKLY JQHBHaL-MiKEfL Official Paper of Yavapai County J. C Martin, Editor. VEDNK3DAY APRIL 1?, 18S9. EDITORIAL NOTES. Democracy dies hard m El Paso, Texas. Henry G. Pierson, ex-postmater of New York is dead. IZ B. Prince was Inaugurated governor ot New Mexico April 17th. The Phenix Gazette keeps up its bush whacking campaign against Governor Wolfley. Timothy Guy ,Pbelps has been ap pointed collector .of customs at San Francisco, Oklahoma boomers, who have waited long and patiently, will be permitted to view the promised land to-day. Edward S. Lacey. of Michigan, has been appointed comptroller of the cur rency, vice M. J. Durham. Boulanger has been warned by the Belgian, government to leave that coun try or he wlil be expelled. ' Texas editors will meet in conven tion April 39th at El Paso and go an " excursion to the City of Mexico. The first official act of Governor Prince, of New Mexico, was to issue a , commission to his predecessor as a no v"tary public. The mercury has...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 24 April 1889

B,,B,,,BM1pBamaaBamaaam" j 189 LOCATE Kkqm Thursday's Dailv. CoL Bigelow h Hwqua Hala. . .v will be observed on May Day. K.N.Fredericks in Sim Francisco. SheriffO'Neill k eUrt hU PUtf assessors out.- :. J.E. Brown caaw up from Keuix on last night's stsge. The board" of trade held an interest inir" session last eveaiag. Jhe train rob" haw eagagad Kob- crt Brown a tkstr attorney. E H. WitbereU wants to employ a wheelwright at WUheTelWiUe. Geo H. Curry has just received a large invoice of bby carriage. The Phcaix papers 'have aU a good word for -Councik&an Moore o! this county. The Atec Land and Cattle company are negotiating for colonizing a portion of their land near Holbrook. Denutv Hickey has beea utilizing a few of tbe prisoners in the county jail in cleaning out the ditch in front of the plaia. The appearance of 0. W. Culver's fourteen-mule teams on the street yes terday was a remuader of ante-railroad times. The train robbers were brought be fore Judge Fleuryforexamiaation, ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 24 April 1889

MB-. 4 -V A t at mm WEEKLY JNMll-MflO. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 24 18$ 9. ' Cr of tha Indigent Halt Aa4Act to prescribe scM aai duties to the Boards of uptyv rs. Bp.it enacted bx the Lt, ktiYe Assem bly of the Territory uf Arizona. Section i. Ttt in all counties of this terrkory the care of the indigent sick of the county, including medical attendance, food, rcedtclse and lodging, shall be let to the lowest qualified bidder therefor by the board of supervisors, after due publication, asking for scaled proposals, to be published for ten days successively S next before the awarding of the con tract in some daily paper published in such county. ' . - Sec- c. That no person shall be a qual ified bidder who is not a reguhrly lieonsed . physician and surgeon, or who has not complied with the laws" Tof. ibis- territory relating to the practice- of t his profession. S. 3, That te physician and sur geon to whom such 'contract shall be awarded shall give to the county a good as d-sufficient bond, wit...

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