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

J '.'V. . P'V'ir ;""! ' "J j lit , . - : . .-v" 2. mav mm a -msssi mm mam a . ami maw amm am ami mmi Wi mm mm mm ar -w - , . BaarnVKftmBvA lMaH iM.BBB,Lwlim . 1 . M . sm ml mw mm 1 mm ' v 1. aama maw mama Tamw'"" "rmmmr t x- mmm-a " -r aamr . t amm wr amm aaami . m amm a aam aa maam mama ' --r s , aam mama . mama aaami aam aama a mamrn a aam j mama mam a ammrn at i amaaa i maam maaaa a amamr--BW : j mmBW-BBK. 1 TNeaal ofwaS ma D iOL. XXVI No. 31. BwifBLT mm MTHM HOMK. fhc ajusoha J ooaK al 1 d.in.lU0""TMw unty seat of TaTapal Ari-e-a Pikfr 10 Jly, per year in adraace Id 60 1 eo ly, HuiTerea oj rlbcr, perwe beldy.slx mmIb. S CCIJ g 1 to tkle omce or a "c "-s ".ai uP.rk Raw. New York. L. W.ATra. Time BeJMlag, nite Iphla j the paper I Kepi oa m. iKUT , -scSnuootU. AH Sir KntcliU Jlofie a.o itvlled to wtai. By order Qf K. BRIGHT, Archlvls' J. 0. 0. F. Kecalar nieetiiiX at - or uiia lodtrt evi'inr inn tlij ortt-f 10 r&OU wscaiun ru 'Ula31y invited u attend. E LixiQK3i8. Recording gre...

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. — 1 May 1889

3 r - - t aiM ' 1 : I f - ' I IR1Z0MI WEEKLY J0UBMIL4IIMER. Official 1'aper of aTavapai Coiiaty -J. C Marn. Editoi. WEDNESDAY. MAY 1, 1889, Proclamation of Thankglving: At noon on the 30th day of April one hundred years ago, the first president of this great republic, the immortal Wash ington, solemnly in the presence of a Jarge assembly of patriots, took the oath of office as chief magistrate ol the new born nation. It was the christening of the triumph of liberty in America, and throughout the world all lovers of free dom rejoiced, and time has but inten sified the feeling of adoration and loving reverence which tho name of George 'Washington has inspired in every Amer ican home. Congress has declared the centennial of the first inauguration to be a legal hol iday, and Benjamin Harrison, president of the United States, has issued a procla mation of thanksgiving, recommending that Tuesday, April 30th, at 9 o'clock in the morning, the people of the entire country repair to their res...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 1 May 1889

"Sn- ' " '.:3- .:-'-. 'l -''F'"0 ---'- - - - '- :- - i ' ' "'5 J " " MkW AHZONi WEEKLY JttWJWiaL v MAY 1. kn,r,ai;Ai Jrom Thursday's Daily. T?a, Mn Sullivan' httol pnceam " iin issue c natient m the lountv hospital. M. Murohv returned irom tue Jongresa lst night, . candidate for the constitutional rouvenUou 1ms already appeared. I. T. Sloddard has mored his family L tbo Bradshaws for the summer. A Texas man has pateated a cactus ledge, which is said t fvu. M GoldwaterA Bro. Me aeUot John WMBtt -bouse. nuvernor tfolfley waa tendered a fraud reception in Tuceon on Monday light. Col. Nisbet w regaining hia health the county hospital, and teems good r verai j Miss Flora Williama left by this lorning's stage foe a vkit to her friend, re. J. It. Hall, at Marlines. A petition has been received from flagstaff asking for the apiointsaent F. B. Jacob aa county aurveyer. Mrs. E. W. French haa aold out her killinery business, and requests att who re hrr .to settle up immediately. H. M Hughes, w...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 1 May 1889

- . V '-"TV i Jt 5 . 'I 'A ir. MEOU WEEKLY JOilim-EiEi WEDNESDAY MAY 118E9. An OM Came That Work. Would Hat Vextura, CaL, April 23. To-day at noon a bold bank robbery was made by a man named McCarthy, who was re cently discharged from the county hospi tal He entered Collins & Sons' bank while cashier Collins was at lunch, leav ing Jack Morrison alone. McCarthy entered and complained of his poverty and the dispensation which had driven him to think of oaicide . He then laid a package on the counter which he said was dynamite and drew a six shooter and " demanded $30,000. Morrison did not wait for the explosion nor hand out the money, but dodged bohind the high counter and ran out of the back door. The robber then seized a tray containing about $4,000, sad walked into the street. Morrison had given. the alarm and the people gathered on the ttreet but no one was armed. The thief had a horse bitched about 200 feet from the bank and was making for that when Sheriff iteilly happened t...

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. — 8 May 1889

ARIZONA WEEKLF iiaittiiiflffiffii 1 i ... t i ' i. - , ' r0L. XXVI No. 35 J AViMM Miner. KahlliMl Marrlt , 1H4. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, JYtAY, . 1889. I t 1IZ1UKEILT MWEI PRINTINC HOUM- The Arizona. Jooas-i. Mixk is PuWtahed -very day In the year except iaada y. hvenr day Mints eat f Yavapai coaaiy. -1 J. a M-RT1K, -asaer. r.porTcw m aH tie w ally. ueilYerea ujv- . eriber, per wee "eckly, per jht.. cckJy.plx aU. cekly. tkr.oUrt 'J6 4 0 2 50 1 95 10 'Aft riWac ade kaotn cm ap Toatiou to tal oce or MIowIbr J. II. BU,l v. I'almer W""" 'i"'"??? "W N. W'.AyerA Sen, Times SaUdla-, Palla- lp&la. , v p. Dke. 8m FrBelseo. L.P.rslr,Sa Fraacteco. Palraer A Key, 8aa Franciaco. Where the piper kept m file. SCC1IT 0CIXTES. IZOJLV ROS CROIX, CH.AITKR -NQ. 1 UrfcttUr meftU&rt la ceacuye el ah- & Rose Crelr Chapter. No.l, aecoaa St Uv nf .ch month. All Sir KslgfcU Rose teraUo, IbtIUj'I io attend. Jtjrj erder of loswWfee A.G.OilTer. a. k. eruum, arcmviei. 1. O. O. F. Aritona Lodge. ...

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. — 8 May 1889

Task fi" ' 1 ' ' - , ' ' " MP a n n. is it ft. IRiZOHA WtEiLV JOUWiAL-Mt(L Official Faper of YaTapai Comity J C Martin, Editor. )V EDKESDAY . .MAY S. 18S9. " F &D1T0RIAL N0TES- TheSamoan conference is sitting with closed dors. Guthrie City, Oklahoma, has elected a republican mayor. Gamblers are said to be reaping a rich cjc in jjkttJjoraa. Bismarck is feeding the Sarooam cora- iiussionurs wun sauer kraut. ine new cruiser, Charleston, left San Francisco to-day on her trial trip. AL...t . i rvwuui imeen mousana people ap peared in the centennial parade in San Francisco. Squire T. Dewey, a prominent mining maai bf San Francisco, died in New York April '30th. The Centennial aniversary of Wash ington's inauguration was patriotically observed in every town in Arizona. Philip A. Roacb, a California '49er, aad-for a long time 'proprietor, of the San Francisco Examiner, died April California has ten sugar beet factories. The rakkg .of .sugar beets pugbtto prove profitable in this portion...

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. — 8 May 1889

UIOMlVEEIILTjWUnNE!. WEDNESDAY.. MAY 8. 189 ROM THURSDAY'S Vv 1st was a Kla uy i-k- T f Uj r all all M located at the TJ.illnrmv Mr. Jb W. Blaie returned from Pho- nir tD-daV. 3Its8 Alice Postte coaie in on touaya stage fronirhcnix. sm Hill left on yesterday inoruiug train for Colorado. E. Burgesi register of the land office, wont out ou yesterday's tram. Ben Jtybon prolong to move to . m ansa, at Ann Lynx crock', to eogagw i R;M,r,!snn'i teems loaded witk sup iJioaforOio Bell camp and pulled out to-div. Wn .mtkretaad tnat goou. steady mnwrs can nnu - ""f'-v - J m a rri at, on t Arvk 1w meiit at tlie Oro Bella mines. Tnt. ruumaun baa quit the hotel . n...f Tmiit!nn anil will i..t;iU in mintntf atrain. - L!tiAn a wVan Btaasw-al a. tirt - - . . i v li . i - . v T iuwvuvi nnnnA ta harrm. V. E. Hall ba gone to Prescott Jon o- iruri r fill LI HI AV A lyDWV m wmw m.nvmi Parties recently in from, the Brad- .. Asia DaIIa -kean w'el A national salute was fired atWhip- . ... -rr ;.. f im nbnm...

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. — 8 May 1889

IKaBBa-aalBBB! 14 "j." 4RIZ0HI WEDNESDAY, . . . -r iVY -S.-'ISSO.- Now York's Reception to Presl- v dent Harrison-, v . ; V--'- PrcsiScnl Harrison.. accompanied by a member of his -cabinet, participated. In the Centennial celebration ""in New York on Tuesday. rThe route over which clbey traveled was pretty rnuch the same as that traveled over by -'Washing, ton one hundred years agal'.The mode of travel, however, wasspewhadifrer. cnt as, the laUcr maelhe trip' on hone back. JThe reception, to' president Har rison was as nearly asTpbssjble like that New York telegram .gives'thij Tollpwin particulars oi his arrival: . - . -. --- It was about iinYi-whett-the; start . .of the Dispatch on her trip up the" bay - was announced bv nuns from Fort Rich-. - j u - i t mond and it was "after twelve d'clotk when she came in sight of the upper bay.. Por several minutes "the roar of cannons, as she passed several men-of-war was almost deafening; .each of these together with, the forts in .the harbor...

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. — 15 May 1889

4k tin'- toL. XXVI-No. 36. f Ar;aM Mlur, attabllHcl Mrrh , 1MS4.) I ArlMM JMIMl, KatMbltnlictt 1H7-A, PRESeOTTIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1889. PRICE TEN CiSCTS. 3g? -.1 A ft I Z 0 N A W ll&Mjiv A IS I N ffi if - .w-riMC MOUSE . A. In the year except wJif .. the Arizona. W Ma preaeott, the il.l bca every .rZimlr J. C. MAW"1! ....v.r in adraace tie 60 t 00 35 4 0i 3 SO i as I'w j-- fcriber, per week fceKiy, per ihrje woaUi- 30 5tlonWoe or at U, fellowlfg pacie : v Bv v.-. Turk. . II. Bit.-" - Sw York C DaKC, eB iiw"""1 .. l FQCr, C Fbcre thg paper lct G tile R1Z0NA ROSE CROK, CHAPTER NO. V. iit- i.r.tr Tin 1. BrCOBd &At- or each ontb. AH Sir IgaU Roae I. O. O, F. Dlni?t Odd Fellomi' kH'. Sojouralng k. ,.r ib. nrdrr 1b pood Uflalutr arc diillv invited xo tteB. , 1 LmpqKBB.BcoidtBr Secretary. Kilgktef Pytkiaa. Prescott Lodge No. 1. R?K- LnUr BieeHoK of UI8 ioa levrr Mondy eTeBlBjrt Odd frvnuB , ..tohfa In itandlDlf tXt) I r. !.-.. Hall BOlllLlBlCi? Fcurdlaily Invllrd to atteBd. 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. — 15 May 1889

. t-'ii3 II 1 I , MIZOtiA WEEKLY JQyRMU.4iHKIL J. C Martin, Editut. "WEDNESDAY MAY 15, 1889 EDITORIAL NOTES. Minuter Ryan will be banqueted on his arrival in the City of Mexico. Royal A. Johnson has been elected chancellor of the Tucson university. Evangilest Cuddy will soon move on the bulwarks of satan in Tombstone. The Atchison, Topeka Sc Santa Fe offices have been consolidated in Chi cago. Postmaster General Wanamaker is one of the largest contributors to the Tucson luoian Industrial school It is painful in the extreme to witness the solicitude expressed by the Phemx Gazette for the republican party. The American marines attracted gen eral attention as they paraded in line at the opening of the exposition in Paris. The fall in wheat, which, was to some degreo discounted, through favorable re ports, is thought to have been checked. Members of the Yavapai Development company mean business and will not stop until Prescott has reduction works. The Pckin, China, Gazette has just cele...

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. — 15 May 1889

an ami WCrriV.lMIMiLJiER. WrVT" SgiSIMAYlS. 189 Ksm Thursday's Daily. o r T.,t of Phemx, jm Mrs. o. -"- " j" PreacotL .... -. Dau HaU has been appointed deputy PrAfiCritt. Kobett Brow is up f Camp be- f garaa on the HasayP- J)r. R. K. EobinBon sy tit George Louut is slightly improu .jr. Rain clouds have been hanging over the mountains aurrounding Prescott. A grand and trial jury for the next term of court will be drawn next week. The old Cabinet atlooa building is now being usea as a grain warehouse. The St. Louis-Yavapai company's property in Tip Top m advertised for Everybody should pull together for a :good old-fashioned 4th of Julycelebra- UGeorgo Hoxworth deeded lot 6 and of 7, block 20, 'Flagstaff, to Mrs. S. A. Hughes, for 300. Seth Hutchins, of Chicago, agent of a great lumber company, u making a tour of Arisona. The calendar for the June term of he district court coataina a yet but ew cas-'S for trial. m... pnnrth nf Jnlv committee should ivite Governor Wolfley to Prescott ...

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. — 15 May 1889

J JRIZOtt WEEKLY JOURNAL-MIKE!. WEDSBSDAX MAY 17, 1SS9. TK5 YAVAPAIIDEVELOPMENT COM-v- PANY. ITae follovflnR commuulcatlon, which ap pei'vJ la the,Courler this raornlap was -written for tho Prescott pspew by a member of the above company for tho purpose of show iaR its objects and puipoes. Tbe object of this incorporation 'is, as . k name signifies, for the development of ' the resources of Yavapai county, the erection of reduction works for the treatment of ores, buying, selling and developing mines, building railroads, - hotels, erecting electric light plants, con structing storage reservoirs, irrigating . ditches, toll loads, etc The enterprise was started with the i idea of treating the low grade ores of the county, and in this direction the i company will first turn their attention. Before the capacity and kind of reduc tion works' can be determined upon, it will be necessary to look into the min eral resources of the county, and Mr. Rockwell will give a thorough investiga tion...

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. — 22 May 1889

VOL. XXVI-No. 37. f Ariaaaa MtBr. KataliltMltf'il Mnrrk , 1MM. PRESQOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 22. 1881). PRICE TEN- ClNm 7 I B- i Jt " XTi - II III I I 1 - ' - a a a fc in. WilMl WEEKLY ...MTIMC HOME ,mnty .-at or Yaaal i lit- Arizona lWiiriS Cewraiiy j. c. MARTIN. wHef. Wr, per year in adraace 10 00 V.iTr carrier to CUT UB- I'anv, uacivu -j . . cnber, per . .?! Wt-vkly,ier.vAr.. , i ..t.r. .,i.nth... ......... ....... 3 Uv-fkly, thna raoatt I 35 lo lisir.j '.'.tutBtf- Kite Made kaowa on At YaTkU olte or at lh following Kj U lUt. l Pk Row. Sew Y..rk. f-lLrtKtTrttuBe BalMia. Now York fcee, Tles Balldlug, PliUa- '''oWe, San rraarlaro. 1 V. Flsaer, 8 frBClACO. 1'aliuer A Key. Saij Fraaclsco. Where tlie paper If Kept oa MM. SSCJUT JOCUTIIS. 4 U1Z0X ROSE OWirCHAPTER NO. A l KeeuUr atawUacVla cohcUto of Arl zonA Rose Croix Ckplvr, o. 1. second Sat uMy of ech MSi.lk. All8lr kntgkU Rose1 (rtriiUo lnTlte-1 10 auad. By orir of Mou Wise .A. A- Ollrer. S. r BRIGHT, ArcWrtM. I. 0. 0, F. Arito...

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. — 22 May 1889

(; ' , C " is- J5S. - . .-31 . .- --t- , - . vi , : - " - i -a i-ia wiiMajM I - J?. ffittom WtKLV JOyBMUIMEIL J. C Martin, Edtiui. WEDNESDAY ..MAY 22 18S9 "EDITORIAL NOTES. The- Fiagstafl Champion comes to us with its column rulos reversed in mem ory of its editor, George 11. Tinker, who fell de.vl at his home, from congestion ol the heait, Bancroft, the great historian, is in his dotage. His faculties have entirely failed, and he can no longer take care of himself and is helpless. No one is permitted to sec him except his physi cian and family. It appears that the famous speech of Chauncey Depsw at the centennial cele bration was written for him by a. li erary Bohemian, who has not been paid, and who threatens to sue the learned and witty jurist for $1,500 unless he planks down the cash. A high officer of tbt Russian army has been arrested for aU nptin to kill the Czar, ;at his palace on the 14th. He fired a pistol, but missed his mark by a tcw -inches, and was seized before he cou...

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. — 22 May 1889

11 - . . . .r--.-i)--- -To-, -. ' . - -, itrvnvKSJIAY f I 4U"" BBJ aBB ".MAY 22. 1SJ9 have l ROM UlUKbUAYS iw- Ti.Rneltinework t Jeroiue Lw,l ilnwn for the Wnt bivcv.. . . . 4 f David 4.rubb has convey. ,iu ffilce the Black Mesa snae, " tine indicates Tliu u-o-itf mr at IBM soaring rain, which wjH be a welcome it v;tknnii. coatracior lor tne it:.,.i vu-m nM.ica iuh whb are visitine the city. w down in price, sen- ing to-day at 40 cento, sua n abund fant supply on hand, i The placing of an electric pUnt and ! rMlnction work in taw city u the ob ject of hopeful anticipations. Dr. Marrhall weal oui on ywieraay atternoon'e train ior .evingenau. txe will return early in next July. One of C. W. CulTefa eixteen-mule teams came "in thU orning, and will )ull out to-raorrow wun a mg toaa. . Ren.itcGutcben came in from hia ranch to-day, and aaya that the crops ire looking ell, particularly the hay. The eastern and western mails for t-dHV are delayed. Yesterday's west- ;rn mail only was receive...

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. — 22 May 1889

4 -V &r 113 V. -.:A, 1SW ; , " wft rjTi SSJ aBtZOHA WEEKLY JOBBMAL-MIHEB, K'llSESDAY IAY 22, 18S9 has MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. 1 Q-:cksUver is quoted at Gsc, $ Mis. Shaw, the woman .whistler, nude $15,000 this jear. - The board of trade .of Portland, Ore gon, asks protection for American lead ores. ', . The net earniwjs of the Mexican Cen tral railroad-for last' year were $1,748, 45S. , It is estimated that, during the week 20,000 Americans visited the French ex position. ".- Ten thousand weavers, in the cotton factories at Thizy; France, have gone on a striken . ' t . Some; of the restaurants in New York haveet apart one -tvcnlng ich week for music with din tier. " "... . Helena, Montoha ..territory, is driving out all .those who' attempt to practice madiciue without license. - One hundred guns were fired in San Fracisco upon receiving the news of the Chinese -exclusion set. -. A man-eating sharks. was" caught in San Diego harbor. It was' nine feet long and weighed 500 pounds.. Mrs...

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. — 29 May 1889

Afl (ArlimMlMr. KaUklbliM Mirali. IM1.1 x 1 PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1889. PRICE TEN CENTS. S POWER PRIWTIIW MfWf ; .bo AurxoKa JOUBN'it.M'X" I published rcr .tay . 1? the J? ffiS& to UiC.VKlZOX .1 Pr..rMt tl. tjtvty tu-at of VTP COUBlF. iu Arizona PnMthi"S Company J. C. MARTIN, Manager. 4 I'a.lv. ncr rear in adraace .aUM 10 00 1 00 25 4 0 SO I i i ailv.ilunvertfuoyw"- clbr, por wee tflf. .. Uo.f-klv.utt wcata v. ccKiy. mr mi" . . - . ihi 10 . MtlOII l' un - r . . . at Vdrir kav. ranw nrc IVliaer Key. n-- "i-'tWl ""iiT K. C. Dake, San rTaaciscu. U P. Fishor, San Francisco. r.ilnier A Ker, San Francisco. here lie paper ti kept on file. SSCRIT SOCIETIES. ARIZONA Ki3K urvuuw, vxiarir.i xiv. I Regular saeellne ia concUre.of, Arlr r.tcrnaUo InTiteil to aua. By owr er r . . i m ma in mm, s S. E. BRIGHT. ArchlTKT. J. 0. O, P. Art.nn. T.ndirr No. 1. Jtegular eeUBir ,t um vcnUurai Odd FellowaV .hah.', IJeJoaraiaf; W.E LavypQnB.-rJlBf ccrctry- . Preccott LoilwNA U ular weeiia...

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. — 29 May 1889

i m yr i n SMMniaakS Wait for fie g ' Car Lod of the JusUjGelabraiiH MITCHELL WAcH Hill Hardware S; .? . ; So, any on wanting "B5 O" O O .D W i. p , : And at a 'llpl eoscsrueLlole 4 Would do well to"cali;on JmM I .satsssiliBBBBW - wvfi affca,. . JKlMjl I saB If fl BMiiiii vj If MjgjMbKHM i I aHHB I 1 i MIZQIlt WEEKLY JDUfiHiL-MIHER. J. C Martin, Eduoi. WEDNESDAY MA 29. 1SSD EDITORIAL NOTES. This journal cannot burden its col umns with heavy dry legal dissertation?, which nobody reads, ltv nft.ld as an or gan of general .cws u too Droad. Census statistics establish the fact, that there has been an increase ot deaf mutes in the country proportionately greater than the Increase of the popula tion at large during the last thirty years, as has been the case also with the in sane and blind. Serijus charges arc made against United States Marshal Hamilton in Washington Territory. The last is one brought by May Summers, a California . . cyprian. He collected $1,000 insurance on & burned ...

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. — 29 May 1889

at 7" 'mm IUZOU WEEKLY JDWjilJlg.. .MAY 29, 1SS9 ..WEDNESDAY. sttPrTTf it S- kmm TimiiiiAv's Daily. -Mr '.l 1. Fisher ud daughter ..rriv.,,1 tiwlav from California. v i RnMinotiADi. of Bradahaw, and Mux Curteu, of Lynx creek, are among tha lat arrivals in uwu. Kittv Franklin, charged with n.nk and battery, was discharged on her own recocniiauce. Levi Uashford has filed for record a - CKilA tl... U . . 1 1 .v tleed leasing to Jamw oui, iu oguv vuo House for a term of three years. Geo. J. Rockwell will leavo for the ,;.;., ;rt f.iw days in the interest of the Yavapai Development Company. V G Parker is packing a big train of mulW, with tongue for water Uuks, to. ha put up at the Crown Point mine. Fresh invoice of bananas, pine amilea and cherries give the stores of our Iruit dealer, a decidedly tropical look. " Teams pushed out this morning hcivUv laden with flour for the Verde, ami with large euppliea of groceries for Palace s talion. llie committee for the Fourth will add to the even...

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. — 29 May 1889

sa?! I'flfti-ii v . ,- -V --3- IBIZORA WEEKLY JOURHAL-WlHEtL WEDNESDAY MAY 9, 16S9. Taking tho Census. The reports of the tenth census were but recently finished and put in print, and already preparations are being made for the eleventh census, which will bo taken next year. Now that a superin tendent has been nominated Mr. Robert P. Porter a clerical force will be or ganized, a building rented for them to labor in and In a short timo an immense force of men will be moving over the entire country in the work of gathering statistics. The schedules upon which the census will be based are to follow the general plan of those of ten years ago, but very much modified in their scope. After everything is in running order there will be 40,000 enumerators through the country. There were 30,000 of these ten years ago. Over those 40,000 enumerators there are 175 supervisors; there were 150 ten years agot Congress has appropriated for the work $6,400,000, which is to cover the entire census. Onl...

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