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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 11 September 1889

iHUZOHi WEEO.Y JOURHd!0! WEDNESDAY SEPT. 11, 1889 From Saturday's Daily. All nature smile today. Attend church tomorrow. lnteresine scrricos at the Catholic church tomorrow. ivtiv n,;s are still plying their --..j ...... vocatiou in Trescott. What is the nistter with a town when you hear doctor "kicking" about dull times ? Considerable damage was done to the railroad and telegraph lino by yester day's Btonn. Head the interesting articlo on Inter- aational xpoition,m another column, by Professor Blake. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E, Brown, of Pres- cott, Arizona, at" " iaiuu niipruuu av.""" Mine host Shirley, ot the Bellcvuo, is hnar theee aays catering to the wants of his many guests. Dr. JL K. KobinBon ha just received a aiuu v - supply our ctle en. i 'arnniic su u miu is nun roauv iu Two new siugers will soon arrive for tuO Ilt9UtUKiiua :iuvuu mi. mvu says his new billiard tables will also dh here in due time, m spite 01 an wasu 11 Lfl. The residence of Architect Pritchett ?i .l . .t.rrA J ...

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. — 11 September 1889

From Thursday's Daily. The arrival of freight ku been quite brisk for the pagt few days. Quite a number of prospectors have started for the hills ia the past few days. Sheriff O'Neill returned from his trip to the northern part of the county yes terday. Mr. and Mrs. Girdler will move to the Terdc next Momday, for the fall and -winter months. Culver' teams pulled out for the Congress mine today, loaded with lumber, iron, etc. Daniel Bacon left yesterday for Los Angoles to attemd school at the Occi dental University. Job. GoldwaUr, a pioneer merchant of Ariiona, died at Fairbanlc, Cochise county, last Saturday. Chas. A. Girdler returned from the Verde last evening. Ho report work the Etta dam progressing favorably. Business in the dry goods line seems to be improving. D. J. Sullivan's store was a busy scene this morning. Edgar W. Stephens left today with J. A. Lawler for the Hillside mine to take the position of assayer for the company. Dave Boaz is a mining "boomer," if not a "boomin...

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. — 25 September 1889

.- - --- - - - - . ra-rrt. innaMrrr TrBiiiiin liinnrffiiMinmi-m-i-jmnfctrfiii .rMnrTn rTirtTnrirlrtitt TilsTllnslriT'iTifa 'I I'll MSSB li II W 11 I lMI Mil 1 11 lllliB 1 M 1BSSSSSSSiSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSHBSSaH 1 1 III W IBSSSSSSSSS1 BSSSSSlSSSSSSSSi I I I Mlll 111 ! BSSSSSS1 I IPSSSISSSSSSSSSS1SSMI I SBSSSSS1SS1 ! I I MIM BSS BSSSSSSSSSSS1BSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS1 WIMM MMIW BSSSSSSSMBSSW 1 I SSSSSMBSSSSlSSSSSSSSSaBSSSSSSaiSSSSS II I IWI I 111 MM 11 Will MBSSSSM1S1 1SS ' II I H li l ?jf '.! . - " . ... '"1','' -Ifei .C'!- "Vj V ' : - i? v , WEEKLY L. XXVI NO S. (Ar MlMr. atlllhcd March , 1M4.) Urliass JawishU. Kattllfth 187. J PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER S5, 1889. PHKE TEN GENTS . ARIZONA JOTJRML-MINER. I -. , , , E0TAJ0UR1-,,,ER- Power prwtwo house. LMUSOXA. WKB.JBlt Prescott. the Pod every taneu3 seat of YaYPtBy' ferizona l7ubllS Company J. a MAKT1, Bcrycar in advaaw 10 00 1 00 2S 4 0 ' 50 I 35 BllwSbUrteeiti sub. ....vaV- ..... rs, per , six roonins. J " . mil" 10 10 ?pii.VitYe4 r...

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. — 25 September 1889

V I v - 3-' 2IL- a mm weily jmuul-mniu. J. C Marti, Editor. Ofeial Payer tf Yayatti Goutr WEDNESDAY .SEPT. 25, 1889 Wilkie Collins, the novelist, is dead Boulanger was defeated at the French election on Sunday. Fresno, California, has already shipped 153 car loads of raisins. Phenix sold $S,ooo in 7 per cent, school bonds recently to M. W. Kales for $S,o20. Captain W. H. Hardy's stable at Kingman wasbumcd on Satuarday night. Four horses perished in the flames. .Arthur H. Ferguson, son of a promi nent hardware dealer, of Los Angeles, was drowned while bathing at Redenda beach on Sunday. benefit would accrue to the territory. A praminent and conservative citizen of Phenix, who has favored the conven tion, admitted as much recently, when closely pressed for his reasons for want ing a convention. "The fact is," he said, "Phenix needs it." This expresses the whole truth in a few words and shows why the press and the people ot Phenix are so unanimous for the hold ing of a convention. "Phe...

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. — 25 September 1889

..n umrm Ml HttULT JUlUiii a. - - i i i l to- pi :r ir t r..1ranOU isiU town M.W. Moore retur to-day from a moms' visit cast. . ji - i (Urt Frtr mlllC W - Ml- L ? i 7 o'clock. . i. l piron nor I Frirtav I. ATI llll'tfl L. Uf wt m w i. La o V A r V liill- II If. r i: is nxnnfttsvl in r u ov imanM m iv it i it. tv r. wiinf nut to MinnoliBliu mining cujvv amateur astronomer was out to i Dickson placed yo editor's under obligations to-day for r 1 - - f 1.:.. CM ...11 01 CllulCt VAIB UUIll HID OkUtl ranch. TT Pnrrt- Diinf nut In Virlrlaml tbis morning, to look after Mr, sk'g liitcroate tuore. Mo was - .i i... t r i . -Attnril rravn f liAir nnnila a yrnrv nt nifMiiotivikvin th ninncmve T ? ? J . . . 1 " 1 ru ricuiv. csiciuf i uiaiuiDovu . . : , . i i . Dr. B. B. Halsoy bas gone, to liltl. UU ft V ink iu nut vw;.? Prescott Junction, on nia return 1 rnov. -r MVTM1 1 ? f a 3 lit. w xiciii uvi Miio avfcuaaaw is Having quitq a UQiiumg He estimates that there are no xov.wu worm oi otuiuinsa pro...

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. — 25 September 1889

I1 iZQMA WEEKLY JQBlMAL4HiJl WEDNESDAY ...... . BEPT. 25, 18S9 From Thursday's Daily. City council aaceU to-night. Eastern Star lodge meets to-night. Train was throe hours lata to-day. S. G. Eoger, of Oharmiogdale, is in town. Paul Hiltea, an old stage driver, i quite sick.' Frank Curry has gone to Los Ange las, to attend school. Mrs. F. W. Blake returned to-day frem her visit to Flagstaff. Deputy Sheriff Geo. E. Brown re- Hum hmuuv onxt uii mgiu. Mrs. R. H. Burmister will ge to Oak land, Cal, soon, for a visit to ker mother. Sig Simon a well known and popu lar commercial traveler, kas been taking orders from our merchants. Jl lease, dated September 16, from C. W. Beach to TomKee.fora ranch i Kirkland valley, was recorded yes terday. Mayor Howard desires a full nteet img of the city council to-night, as a proposition to lease the city water werks will be received. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Jones have taken a year's lease en tke beautiful mew residence of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mor gan, and w...

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. — 2 October 1889

WKEKLY iRMT 4J0URNAL-MffiERl y v V tv""" - ARIZOHA mSS?- POWER PR;t.MlNKR u publUhed The Jol7f,ct. pt Suuday. cryAay nuttfVtv Jouknau-Minkh 1j IhAuwNA JJ.day, &t lrccolt, tbc i ublKhcd CVtlr. iat county. ouuty f.cal of Tpv . . , piiblisniiisr Company , France. Li in r v:r 1 00 Ui.lv ior '"''"'firrlor to city sub. In, ..iliwS as 4 i 'J M) I 25 o c elixir, - v,,u.icrycr.v;;; 5:SJ:::::::::: h C ocj't'j iuu. made kuown on p- t. 11 I t iVv.Trtotmo Hulldlnc, New York 'fir Son, TltnW Bulldlnp, PljUa- y'ln.: San FranrU.rO," i 1 i" Fisher. Su Fr.ucUco. Ucrc tbo pperiVeidonjlle. 5SCREI SOCIETIES. a RluKA KtlSK UKUJ.v, Ullrtl ir.li i K?nano lvI?nF hT Uy order of tlo, Wltc A.U.Ol vcr. , ,,.,..,., S. K. 1UHT. ArchlvUt. I. 0. 0, F. Arizona Lodco. No. Keuular tacetini? or this lodctf i-very Wcdnidty .vcnlncM Odd Follows' bal . Sojourning brethren of 'h order m i;oou .ordlany - Noblo GrAI d. S. A. Lotus. KcotdSnc ccretry. Knights of Pythias. lewry Mondy evunlus at ihli I fellows' an. tjvjouiiuj...

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

1 '.rh mi IN 51 4H!Z0Ha WEEKLY J QU RMAL4IIMEIL J. C Martin, Editor. Otteial rr of Yarapi fraatr WEDNESDAY... OCT. 2,1889 EDITORIAL NOTES. The international congress of the three Americas will be held in Washington October 2 2d. Pmai county has $30,000 worth of court house bonds for sale, the rate of jnter?jt being six per cent. Secretary Rusk says that experiments in. sugar making from sorghum have not proven successful although the govern ment chemists ar still hopeful. I. N. Morganstein, secretary of the Polish national alliance and of twoi Polish building associations of Chicago has gone wrong to the extent of $12,000. Treasurer Burke of Louisiana who is accused of stealing a million dollars telegraphs irora London that he has en gaged passage to return and face the music. Boston "British Americans" have Issued a manifesto against Brackett the republican candidate for governor of Massachusetts, because of his failure to attend the queen's jubilee banquet some Daniel Murphy, a so...

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. — 2 October 1889

I ' MS ' - ' . ;. I i ",' ' ' ' r "" " " " ' ' 1 , . WEDNESDAY... OCT. 2S 18S9 From Saturdays Daily. D. Boaz return! from the oast to- day. J. C. Snow i?bl lo 1,0 around on crutches. Judge James 5jWriBhl i3 en route to Washington. Rev. N. L. Gotle, wife and child arrived on tof6 train- Parties have under consideration tho erection of V00'000 brewcrv iu he nix. Fresh oysters iust received at Bom Butler's chop lust5' adjoining tho Cob Web Hall. Professor Douglas, of the Copper Basin wining company, arrived oa to day's train. Bev. N. I- Guthrie will preach at tho Marina Street church te-niorrow morning and evening. Levi Buggies, who was a member of the 13th legislature ftom Pinal county, died suddenly recently. J. M. Aitken returned to-day from a three months' sojourn pleasantly spent with relatives in Nova Scotia. J. L. Hall, superintendent of the Piedmont Cattlo company, at Martinez, and ex-mayor of Prescott, is in town. Chas.E. La Wall, representing the clothing firm of U. S. Bridg ...

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. — 2 October 1889

r-oa Thursday's Daily. Larry Dugaa is iu town. Horae rodeo at Government Springs on Monday. Deputy Sheriff Hickey returned fram the Hillside to-day. Hoad advertisement of "Miners Wanted," in this issue. Mr. aud Mrs. H. N. Palmer came up from the Congress last night. E. C. Hornaday and N. B. Booth re turned from Flagstaff yesterday. W. T. Richardson returned to-day from a trip to the Mogollon mountains. Peter O'Neill and Frmi Zana have filed thoir O. Z. stock brand for record. H.'E. Moe, of Big Bug, sent his family to "NTieconsin, fer a visit to rela tives. Wood for sale. Stand on yor head and read W. II. Hatcher's advertise xnent in this issue. Chautauquans will meet Saturday at the residence of Mrs. Harris Baldwin. All members are requested to be present. Deputy Sheriff Geo. E. Brown re turned from the Verde last evening, and left this afternoon for Flagstaff, on business. Mr. and Mrs. ChaaBira will iintar. at their Kevstene aaloon, om Saturday night, with a free lunch. Everybody i...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 9 October 1889

i it ft WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. sc. -ts?V VOL. XXVI-NO. 10 ( Arlxnaa MlMpr. Kutabllnhl March , 1 ArliOKR Jem aal. Kwlnbllntood 1H74. I PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1889. PRICE TEN C ARIZONA '1 tie 1 Ue 111.; ARIZONA JOUWAL-MIHER. POWER PW"" , , ....a Miner 1 published The Ahieona Jpl guuuay. very day la Uio ',,... Jvt, i. ; The Auicoxa "gi.y, at Prcicott, the uiinty seat, oi i,"r i ho Arizona Pijltejing Company J. C. MARTIN. Manager. lu f .V.Suswc ' known on ap kKr oflice or at tho following V II ' nH "lUte. a Park Row, Now York. 1 fcimcrsney. Tribune Buildinr. New York f5rwfAyer Son, Tlinos Building Phlla- IP Flstacr,Sn trncisco. : forcer. fc Key, San Frandaco. Where tho paper 1 kept on tile. SSCRET SOCIETIES. RIZONA. ROSE OKOIX, CUAFTEK NO. a Hose Croix Charter. No. 1. second Sat- rdV Of OACh mOMll. AUOir n,ms .tcrnalio invtvcu - . Wis A. u. "BRIGHT. AieMvbt. I. 0. 0, F. A :nna T rwl rp No. 1 Regular mecuuR " "" tcnincTt Odd Follows' halt. Sojourning Ken of the order in ...

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. — 9 October 1889

EamX tJ acli yr 2i5 lintlES IF UKiiMli HO, TO TBCE uttfitriran tiv ajsiuue dtdatas .m sinr gius- j Zmi. nrsatsiitf. Iiuuupj ax cs. asue iui .uuKujaiuttrut, uui'rntf Riait vxhm lUutlttS Sisa ISigmrr Jfxrshta f.mi rfuas rate auuii 5r.iai ctt v-cai iuu. I Cnutija Sjusrci rat im:c aai5 iulkd xt jtw r VWIIVW www 2f & VJtiXti M&MXXSiM&rt&J siasl text HzC-'s)t tsa-tttG Xsxtzdcj. Tm. &?xi&viuz had u just t&w cvc 3fe&KH$y is tix terX &u"z.-L T&z fsS& f, thz rl-pzlvn ht fct.e Uis crtr jM4st fAyj vtS dl j fcii "era v.H Dxmsn&six imrs &vne tame wpc tk tetnimytiy atsrpu&, Mcks to hich never canbiMzA, during, the sir mzfiikt, thxn a ApirJbt tzvi 9(&14 fa. An httcviijpiton A ihz wtj,tmtct of KisuMwkj vMitti' heme ku jsttt ctmcluded by the oatf&cal hord f sarfceicttL The retail f Us fiifrcttifli&rj has nst btax male Otacitt John Weir ujt that h Ht tf ed the languid ia Washington Cnczmn Amena that a$ altribted to bins fy the associa...

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. — 9 October 1889

MM WEESLY J0PL .OCT. 9, 1SS9 LOCAL NOTES. R9U X HUKMIAY r HULL 0. A. EuiKn, of TP ToP- " in Mr and Mrs. Sm runly, of Yuma, Faliv" Smith. frmor WctoI . nwmif lv at. Sati rrwrili?in. . - : Tlio vaiiey u , f v .i- r .), newspaper ousmcss in -r T in i:ilAllIjlUUUa-- - c meeting yesterday, at tho residence Airs U l . . its iiri. a v m & i wva a v a u a 4i . i ? r Vur - in.An;r. Ariroium. w cue a vied as a i. rt t, Sun Fraucigco CalL J i Ullvf uautu v una rcv.- . nn tltn HnaT in ill. (.tori in II 1 if w v r IlILMtli w ' 7 " td Tt..)ifnnl .fc Burmistcr havo received finest lot of buggies, buckboardu, .vcr broucht to rroscott. They them reasonable. w,nr loin n. drcss.maKer uaraeu i A. V1H B. TV. M-d- - J " Jesse Martin, of Walnut creek, is m ..wiJv nf the sheriff, charged with i At liT. Hn vuu 1T1T1C niruxis. ,TkUP va -., . 1 t. lkt..nw Utlnnrnav vv;v 'j viv 1. Siobcr, the fatuous Indian icout, rs. Orlando Allou.who has beon T iL- lliMn UA(ltVtB tk relatives at Walnut Grove, paid a i : ...

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. — 9 October 1889

Notice to the Public. "That the public may not be de ceived by false statements, I hereby give public notic that all present and current legal demands for the support of the various public iustitutiens, in oludiug superintendent or all other euspleyeeg ad passed by the old or Zu lick Board are, upon presentation, au dited by Auditor Hughes or have been so audited since July last. Where there is money in the treasury to the credit of the fund agaiust whick the warraat is drawn it is paid im cash; when there is no money the treasurer e&dcress the warrant and it draw in terest from that d Ue, exactly as has bees done for two years past. "The cry thTt the wheels of business are being blocked, or that there is any just. cause for the depreciation in Ter ritorial warrants, is false and done by unscrupulous persons for their own Ticious ends. There is no just reason why Territorial warrants should be dep reciated. The Territory receives its funds in January, February and March, and tha...

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. — 16 October 1889

WEEKLY " JOURNAL MiiER ARIZONA . ' . - h i i PBESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1889. PRICE TEN CENTS,.' nuM.uiyrQ a m a v .1 www aw w m . . wvEU id puDUfiuea scat or yuvapatcoB' hi Arizona 1'ublisMins Company J. C. MiKIA I 00 25 4 (XI j 50 nir v.su inou"1. I 25 copy..---":, A",. mftdo known on an- i . . . .. w ... i ,.w nmcc - BaillTHbUnc Buildlne, New York ir.(- SOI), ill"" Sber , S?n Francisco. ?'J? wi. Si. Francisco. i L'MIIL I1TI III tZ. S2CEET SOCIETIES. m f u j - - . . ... ".t Mnr.tiT. No. 1. second tiai- . . minlll. All SIT XkUlK"" i. attend. HV orucr i rt. (). F. a w - . Kecular meetlnp pi una rtt Odd JCCIIOWS" . . i 1 1 MiMniimini' v invited lo atlend. rt Ol ma "iw IV. U. .Alii S.A.L. Recording Secretary. Kaights of Pythias. p.caII T.ndfi. Ko. I. lliir- . . . .Ufa lAlll k nil; " cordially nvlt-d to attend. EDBUKKK C.C. V E. LANW3KEBE, K, of R .fc S. SPECIAL NOTICES. E0S3 & VAN HORHE, TT( L K I 3 ii. L lift i No'ry Public, Flat:6Uff,A.T. itt, A, 1. ATTOKNEYS-AT-J...

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. — 16 October 1889

3... v; " J m m sassss s - imiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiis 1 1 " . ' " " " " " WCHa ' if T1 1 '4 5i j - 1 t H 1 i r. 5C - l Xsl 11 I r. 1 11 kflil WEEKLY J0Ult)UL4IHIE!L J. C Maktik, Editor. ial rKr of YaYapai Coaaty JNE8DAY . OCT. 16, 18S9 ITeditorial notes. J; gll, seems to have beaten Cleveland fce. Ncr York state convention. It new his nomination in 1892. HcffelEnger, of SchwenksTill, s- . 11.: .1 V 1 was wikiuk lurougo ois yam ic- when he collided with the clothes When he came to his senses he his jaw broken. law prodding for the execution Binals by electricity in the state of York has been pronounced con- nal fearies B. Bisbow, an actor well on the Pacific coast, died sud- " BCintu v.i, nunc piyiu iu . W Chumley, in New York October --. -. uri- -1 : 1 1 39 1 IK congress will soon be i jj-r the Constitution i iocreaing the length of the presi it's mm and allowing the president te re-elected. I k rumored that Major D. B. Rob OB, the present general manager of jot...

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. — 16 October 1889

; WEEKLY JOURWLJW 5DAY OCT. 16, AL NOTES. jksdays Daily. ; L. Froston left for Jw" fcOrum retaraed Ip to California. Tallin t r.Atue io laycd train. traycd or Stolon" on last in is bulletined to rrive at kht irnet ha ben ld m the ie countv treMurcr. iladto be able to state that mi feeling better te-oay. Guthrie returned at noon attending coaference at From Friday's Daily. Mra. J. J. Hawkina and child re tamed to-day from their visit east. Stage Agent Bcgga reports heavy travel botwaan Praacott aad Fuenix. Read J. L. Fisher' Auction adver tiaement in tail issue. A.1. Aitken has ordered a oar load of pples from Kansas Oity. Joseph Dougherty haa had an artis tic sign painted on his 0. K. delivery wagoa. Mrs. Jennie Oliver rtiturued from 8an Diego yestorday evening, improved in health. James Human and Bud Smith, of the Verde, brought in a load of farm produce to day. Jeha K. Maaon's team, loaded with lumber, loft for the Mockingbird mine this morning. Orick Jackson h:is returned from a ...

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. — 16 October 1889

"V" " ir --V'". r t t If .A. If 5 1 .- 1 fa 3 4 ." k X 4 I hi : -1 1 3 i it : ! f I Jk Mining Intalligeno. City Engineer Jtfahoaey, yiterdy, howed the JoohkaIi-Mixkr a speci men of ore from a new find recently m&de in the White Picucho inountatBs, about eight miles from the lower Wal nut Grove dam, which was rery rich in gold. The owners of the claim aro Geerge Munroe and James Bentley. and from twenty-two pounds of rook re cently they extracted two poumds of jold. The vein is about twenty-four inches wide with occasional pockets of ere that will rua away up into the theusa&ds per ton. Wm. Johfison'g pack train came ia with 5,000 pouads of Peck ore, yester day, for the sampling works. Frank Miller t al have deeded the SanX&vier mining claim, Walker dis trict, to D.W Frary, for $65. JL deed from E. B. McDowell to Samuel A. fioneszy, for aainiag prop erty in Turkey Creek district, has been filed for mcord. The new pump of the Kyland Gold Mining company has beea placed in p...

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. — 23 October 1889

-" " - X WEEKLY ' . . ..... . -. I Tl J ' 1 1 I . A I llTTTl TVT AT ill AT 171 TV t n i it m ri i u i i v 1 1 - vm r , tt . -r-r.-r ,,rTrT MA 10 f Arlaaaa mimer. Kiitafellwtae KareH , lfc4.1 VOL. XXVI-"WU i lArUou Jhih1. KNbUMhd 1N74. J ARIZONA JOORMAL-MIMER. POWER PRI""" . , -vi.fMfNE Is published TliO.AiutONA. J0Ktnt Sunday. :very day in tue JourslHixuk is . The Arizona. "Sty.at Prescott. the uWUhpd every W efounty. ; o mty seat or rav1" m liu Arizona i " r J j. c. MAR aa,ulBor- Dally, por year in x w 25 Vrckly, pr year... y-50i Weekly, eii mua"Thr I 25 Ycclcly, "rMraw" .................. io P''.!lniHff iVwVInado known on Hp- lSSSJSS or at 1110 fo,,OWInB lVn.c'c;,:...- ji Pirk Kow. Now York. i iTnAr A Bey. Trlbnno Buildlnjr. New York 5!Hfer& 80". Times Building, Phila- fi C Date, San Francisco. r r Fis!ior,San Francisco. 'Palmer fc Key. 3n Francisco Where tlie paper is kept on tile. SECRET SOCIETIES. IUZONA UOSE OK01X, CIIAPTEK NO. Bk S9M Uroix Chfr, .Mo. I. -ond Sat- invited ...

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. — 23 October 1889

v." i i I ' til 11 tela ut jiff ft m an; HI: 1RIZ0HA WEEKLY JOUMULJUKil J. C Matih, Editor. Official Paper f TaYapai Cevftty "WEDNESDAY OCT. 23, 1889. EDITORIAL NOTES. The senior class of Harvard college has elected Garrett Morgan, (colored) its class orator. Delegate to the Pan American Con gress witnessed frost for the first time at Grand Rapids, Michigan. A fiendish plot to wreck the train con taining Ex-Queen Natalie, on her way to Belgrade was happily frusttated. The Tucson Citizen will issue an illustrated edition next month, in which the resources of the territory will be prominently set forth. Citizens of Cochise county will hold a meeting on Friday cvenicg October 25th, xo select names for delegates to the St. Lout sil ver convention. William Watterman died at Grand Rapids, Wisconsin, accd 1 14, last Friday. His first wife died at the age 01 75. 11c married nis second wne when he was 100 years old. She died a few years ago. The Rowan county, Kentucky, feud between the Tolli...

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