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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 23 October 1889

IRIZOKft WEEM.T J0UBML4IHIER WEDNESDAY 0CT' 23' 18S9- L00ALN0TES. From Thursdav's Da-y- Cou8idcrablol.oro stealing is going on in Pima county. Albert F. Bant, li8lrict ttorney of Apache county, is tbo pioneer printer of Arizona. J O Dodge, superintendent of the Arizona divison of the Atlantic .fc Pa cific, has resign6'1- Two big freighting outfits loaded -with lumber for Bis Bug Dovolopment Company to-dy. Mrs. C R Wallace in dangcronsly ill with pneumonia, and hor condition to dav ie cont-idercd very critical. A bill of mIc from Philip to Wm. T. Hull, of Flagstaff, consideration, $6, 000 for baud of horses, has been filed for record. Ed. Brinton was arrested lo-day for petit larceny, and his examination be fore Judge Floury i in progress as we go to press. s -Farmer nick?, of Phcnir, had his home feuraed last Sunday night, and with bis wife and little children is left entirely destitute. Ed. Wells and family preferred not on thn KoUcI tram last oven- bU 1UI . V" . ing, but waited uu...

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. — 23 October 1889

"a 4i. - 1 SSIS'Sfe.sSf I! Ml r III Mining Intelligent. It it rapertafl that Jae Fafli has truck a ledge Bear tha Pack, ia the Braslskaws, that rum $2,000 per ieu. Two nottctt ef locaUam were filed to day. Oao, by Jehn E tabs, for tke SUr lede, ia Gaetlo creek district; the other by John JE-aaa and A.bner Wade, for the Uronoho lode, saase district. A deed (rem F ft Rncrla. tat 4 knar Wade, for the Amaioa mime, Black Jtoak diitriot, ootuideratiaa f300, has been filed fer record A letter frosa Tip Tp ays that chloriders are all makiag meney, aad that there are no idlo rata in camp. The claiax of J. W. Clay te the laad a which the Silver King is located, and for the receTery ef whieh he is hringiag suit, is said by oeaipetent au thorities ta rest oa very questionable title. The Joukial-Mixkr will lay the facia in. this case before iU readers in a day or two. The Oourkau-Mikkr staled a few days since that Joe Fugli had xnado a rich strike aoar the Pock. It should have said "Clincher" Fo...

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. — 30 October 1889

ill WEEKLY PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, 0CT0BE& 30, 1889. VOL. XXVl WSJ. IO AHM Journal. EMtNliUHtiod 1H74. J PRICE TEN CENTS. ..'.-..4:. r - '- ;:-n -rHfe-- 4r-----&& . ' ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER. ARIZONA JOURNAL-MIIIER. POWEK PR"iin- nwuat. "... JonRNA"M,NER ,a published rho AkuosW- cpt 8undav. v ry day bklt Jouunjx.Minkk-18 The Awzon dBueSday, at Pre.cott, tho , nl,lihcd rjS county, o inly seat of ' J Ii Arizona PaWtejUiB Company j c. MAHT1N, Manager. terms: BSjJ: SSSKjp1" to v.v.ab. $10 00 I (10 t-.-rtbcr. (XT 25 4 0i li SO I 35 10 Weekly, " months.. l "Stnroe month " . 'dvcrisUS lis niaile known on ajv ri?r!tiou f iM 'Uco or at tl,e 'WwInS aceuclcs Vark Now YorR 1; mer .V Key, Tribune Bulldiuir. Now York N?V. AyonV : Son, Times Bulliilnj;, l'hlla- V C Dakc,Sau Francisco. I Fisher, Smi Francisco. TAlrncr & Hey, Sin Francisco. here the paper 1 kept on file SECRET SOCIETIES. A' RIZONA i:OSE CllOIX, CIIA1TEK NO. xona Rom Croix Ch.tcr. So. L-g oTuS atnd. By order of WC...

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. — 30 October 1889

" ' is Pi r r V " . J 4 1 or- HIZOIII WEEKLY JOHRUL-lttiEll J. C M.JLRT1H, Editor. "WEDNESDAY OCT. 30,1889. EDITORIAL NOTES. Samoa has had an earthquake in ad dition to two rival kings. Citizens of Colton, California, pro test against the location of an insane asylum at that place. The ubiquitous Tascott has been arrested again in to plactg Denver and Philadelphia. PsstmasterGeneral Wanamaker has under contemplation the establishment ef postoffices on ocean iteanaers. Mrs. Crocker, widow of the late Charles Crocker, died suddenly of ap oplexy in San Francisco on Sunday. A boiler in the steamer Cepbalonia of the. White line, exploded just after the steamer left Liverpool, killing two en gineers and four firemen. A masked robber entered the Santa Fe and A P. office at San Antonio, Texas, and held up the agent He robbed, the office of $2,000 and escaped. General Mahone's chaaces of success are ss flattering in Virginia that a third ticket has been placed in the field to defeat him. 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. — 30 October 1889

TO HKMMWEaiTJMIIUL-WL WEDNESDAY OCT. 30, 1SS9 TOOALNOTES. From Thursday's Daily. Jl. Emanuel'- pint shop is located ear J. I. Gardner's store. Articles of incorporation of the Pa cific Sandstone Company havs Wen filed for. record. Mrs. J. J WilUama entertained a number of Udiei at luncheon at her residence in West Prescott this after-noon-Manuel G. Yerdugo, convicted in Tucsoa- ef Murdering Louis Coha, of STogales yearaK has been eontemced br Judge Barnss to hang December 13 th. Ear. O. L. rearsen, who has been suffering for several months with some ailment ef the eyes, will go oast in about ten days to secure medical treat ment for them. Secretary N. O. Murphy writes to Major Evans, of Phenix, that the con struction of a. north and south railroad, connecting Prescott and Phcnix, ia new an absolute certainty, and that urveyora will be put en the lino be tween the first and tenth of November. The Journal Mixer sends its con gratulations to its friends, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Pomcroy, in ...

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. — 30 October 1889

SHppriiitM.il, -tit .1. H Bel an Convidn Himself by His Own Letters. Our contemporary this morning oop ie an article front its twin brother in filth, tii- Phenix taazette, written by J. H. Behan, which abounds in choice billingsgate, the usual dtmoeratie ar gument, against Governo- Woltey. Thott who have read this choice piece of democratic literature, ia whieh Mr, Bhan is to profuse in hie reckless assertions against the chief executive of the territory, couched in the vulgar language of a bully, may be interested in the perusal of the fo lowing official corespondence on the subject, which is reproduced from the Phenix Herald, and from which an unprejudiced men can very clearly see who has misrepre sented in the matter : To the Secretary of Arizona Territory ! In compliance with the within par don . I released Alfred Brown. t he person named ia same, on the 9th day af April A. D. 1S89. Dated at Yuma, Arix., April 9, 1SS9 J. H But an. up'i Territorial Prison. The enclosed pardua dis...

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. — 13 November 1889

s- - -visa.. JOURNAL-MINER. 5 aiibaOTT, vaSCm:p'na, Wednesday, November 13, isso. VOL. XXVI-NO. 15 ( Ar'sot at Br. Kutnbllnhcil Mttrrh V. 1 ArlmURU Jiimntil. KhtHlillKlica IH74. 1MC4.1 PRICE TEK :CSN! 9 ' - - WEEK LI AMiwiA ARIZONA JOURNAL-Mlf R. POWER PRINTS Misku is ttitiliaued ft... a . . . i u iiiia.v - . i rt I ...... 4 p.mUlV. 3" . ...ii. . rl' 11C"W . . s- n t iiv fci-nt. .if UW" Jr i, riruntt IMiblLSJiinCompany ,rv.-ir awnco...... $10 l0 I (HI lii frr rri.,r to Mlv anti- illUl" f - ' r, San Franoiiro. I'UIUICI . Jt - - -, . -. . ll.n i.nlilT 1M XPllt, tllU. s:oREr SOCIETIES. y.iKV HOSE CrU0lX. CH M'TEH NO. i rMiiiir uiuoUmC in conrtAVo of Aft -ilia ikitSrt uriv tv v r" .r , All Sir Ki.lCliLd jom l. 0. O, F. Ar'soia Lcileo. No. 1. u " . " " . " 1. L. TKA. NolMO UHiu. S. A. LooiK, RacotdSni? Socrci .r . Knights f Tytbias. IVescott hn&go Mo. 1. K- V. E. IJVSJMiKKnn, of u. ,t a. SPRCIAL NOTICKS. E, BURGESS, iinroAv hjm! Couuselor ut Law. Frc8itt, Arizona. K033 & VAN H0R5...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 13 November 1889

. 2 if 3-1 Sr-4 IL. .... VI t JS 4 mm mwtz hit IM-u filial our llgOMA Wj&LY JOUnttllKll J C; Martin, Editor. OMciui Paper of Yavapai Coait? WEDNESDAY NOV., 13.1SS9 THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION. Whereas, the President of the United States has designated the twenty-eighth day of November as a day of National Thanksgiving and p:ayer, in the follow ing PROCLAMATION. "A highly-favored people, mindful of their dependence on a D.vine Provi dence, should seek a fitting occasion to testify their gratitude and ascribe praise to Him who is the author of their many blessings. It behooves them to look back with thankful hearts over the past 1-4 year and bless God for his infinite mer- "cy n vouchsafing to our land enduring . peace; to our people freedom from pesti- -r Vncc and famine; to our husbandmen : j Jbundant harvests, and to those that fo. !r recompense for their toil. 3'Now. therefore, I, Benjamin Har rison, President ef the United States of . America, do earnestls recommend that Thursd...

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. — 13 November 1889

gam WEEB.TJMIHIIW IS. 18S9 LOCAL N0Ti. ou Thursday's DaIL. n u,.,., nt Williams, came on .1 1 ... C. H. Akers left for w 4 ternonn. cards. latest t are? getting . . 1 ...i.l I . BT 1 V .xnrd . f Vlatrslntl: i uainner . .7 . ' I i ;vrrris. ui ' . lL-tof visitors inPwcoU. . - i ,fi. A. Hawk ami Br. t io the erdo valley to- . mrt iu Yesterday from range. HO iuu " 4 TTiAc f onlr muco. m Globo. on A MIIIlllVM r. uu r.:.i Tr Rvi)mift from tho vestenfay. - 1 - A O .n. fiat. I A 4t,n vAblilonnn ri? flirt lot A je Lount. W. Murray, ol Lynx creek, had a a of his rieht arm broken yesterday le engaged in shoeing an ox, Lr. Ttxliann who murdered Sheriff bolds havo been trailed to the jboastcrn rart of the Territory, klw. L. Preston, business agent of A. Clark, of tho United Verde Cop- imines at Jerome, is in town. leff" Davis iaup from the big dam, AlUUl v a v -y with duck and creese now. .i T w V0 Viorfrinl loft for Ilia 1 1 vt; &j . 1 1 - i vjv. - i ri..u.fr corlir. after r few pleasantly ...

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. — 13 November 1889

ItSEOM WEEKLY J0VfHUL4AWEIt WEDNESDAY NOV., 13,1SS9 Walnut Grove Serwlca Oam. liebert Brow, who is up from the the lower dam.aow under construction by the Walnut Grov "Water Storage Coaap&oy, reports that wrk ! pro gressing finely on the structure, and Lieut, A. O. Brodie, who is in charge of the coastructi n, expects,, to complete it this month. The dam will be used s a service dam for using wator from the company's big reservoir, lake, at Walaut Grove. It is situate n the Ha eayampa, abeut fifteea or eighteen milefi below their storage dam. The dam when completed will bo 57 feet high, about 200 feet long en top, GO feet wide at the base, and. 10 feet wide at the top. It is being built of rock, with a goed, substantial skin of lumber on its upper face, which is caulked perfectly water tigbt. To provide for its safety in case of an overflow, a ekin haB also been placed on the back or lower side of the daaa, connecting with an apron at the base, to carry the water eff, and thus 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. — 20 November 1889

WEEK Li ARIZONA JIU KNAL-MINKtt VOL. XXYI-NO. 16 f Arlatma -HI Her. Ktnlllhel March . IWM. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1889. PRICE TEN ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER. ..iHTiun UMiar POWER f A.RIIOSJL JoouXAU-Mt.NKtt la puMiishcU v .rUv to Uic year except Sunday. N i?. tti Vekkm- JoUUNUMlXKU ia 1 1,0 Arizona Publishing Company J. C. MAKTIN, Manager. terms: ... .., ,.rm adrauco . ii ncr iatnlM .................. .. jj'!iv.ifllvTca '.j- carrier to cUy ul. ri!t?rs,ierwcck $10 w) I 00 . . i it- lit var Ai'V'y.s mnntli... AwWIj. Uiwo mouth. MtvcrtlMnj; Ktoa tnailo known on p ,,1k.or office or at the following "J'jftites,! Park Row, New York. Palmer Key, Trllmno Uulldhiir, Now York V. W.AycrJfc Son, Times Build Inc. Milla- K. O. lak San Franolaco. 1H 1. Fisher, Sn Frauclsco. Palmer & Key, San Francisco. N hero the paper I kept on Me. SSCRET SOCIETIES. A U1ZONA KOSK CKOIX, CllAl'TEK NO. V 4.R.;ulftr ineellnir lu conclave uf Art- ..... imIvi imi.ii.r. No. 1. second bat. rrU!raUo 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. — 20 November 1889

1 -2 t. i Y 1: ?! It '1 I -1 i i y M .1 1 5 3.- I X h J. C MAkYi.K.Erfjtyt, Osacial L'xper of A'Atapiii oiwty ' t WEDNESDAY, NOVEiCBElt 20,1SS9 THANKSCIVINC PROCLAMATION. Whereas,-the President of the United I States has. designated the twenty-eighth day of November as a,day of National Thanksgiving .and 'prayer, in ,the follow ing . ; " VKOCLAMAT 16N. "A highly-favored" people, mindful of i their dependence on; a; Dmhe Provi- J dence, shonld seek 3 fitting occasion to - testify tbeir gratitude nd ascribe praise 4 I to Him who is 'the author of their many 4 I blessings. It behoofs" them to look !j back with thankful hearts, over the past year and bless'God .for bis infinite wer g fi cy in vouchsafing to our land enduring fi lonce and famine; to our kusbandmen ' abundant harvests, arid to those, that ' labor recompense ibr their; toil; "Now. therefore, I, 'Benjamin . Har- y- Amjsnca, do earneslls recommend that?., . t ' , . H if , , . - I the plant, and the company will buy ji 1 nurs...

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. — 20 November 1889

IKOM WEEKLY JNRHL-MER YT EDNESDAY N0V' 20 1SS9 JTOTES. From Thursday's Daily. Lieut. Hamtey i UP on a business trip from Camp Verde. jyir ptiocs were " " sale on Tuesday. Edgar Stephens left this afternoon for Los Angole. A jury has been empaneled to try the Wham robbers at Tucson. W 0. Burdge and Thomas Smith i at f mrinH vvu.s - Dr. Robinson was called to Kirkland A fine bier doer was brought in from -at- Ham nlV1intoit0 loot nKTMt Judge N. Xi. Qriffin.of Lynx creek, is - t n 1 vioif tA "Proannft.- The Jourxa l Minkfi publishes tho Iitkc nnnlArrino In flTAr frtflf ROTH JtUU v Kwiwh. .ww w A rhenix man recently killed a ten 1 - Lucilla Stanley was takon into cut- ' . 1 1 ?l 1 1 ? . km in:. Citizens ol Tempo win noui a mwt- t i 1itl. I iKconaa stHriirnr it noTcuiuur iuiui i o cneese lactory. Deer and wild turkey are reported in r i i . . in i ntroi inn :luu riu . i t:i! imams niounuuns. The trial of Matt Black, for tno kill- ' -r T t -!-:T:l. nnnr plunctliT Will i ui i . ill . uiimw...

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. — 20 November 1889

(4 iri u n 1 a ti g n X S P g p a d floyt dRIZOHl WEEKLY J0DRMIL4USEB. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1SS9 A Lionized Camp. - A. U. Storey, juet in from the Har- - qua, Ha)a couatry, reports that on Sat urday night a prospector's cawp in thai vicinity -was raided by mountain lios, and tkreo prospectors were seri ously injured by tho Toracious beasts, before assistance was rendered them. Tfeo camp, he says, was located about one-W.f or three-quarters of a mile away from tho niaia camp of tho Bo nanza group of mines. There wcro four men in tho camp attacked, and the night being warm their tent flaps were thrown up over the sides of their tents to permit of free ventilation. The moon was shining almost as bright as day, when a littlo after midnight tho predatory boasts, suffering with the pangs of hunger, without any warning, hut with stealthy and silent tread, ap proached the camp and sprang upon their unsuspecting victims, lacerating their fiesh in a horrible anf? painful mannerfonly ono of...

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. — 27 November 1889

ii I IB II1' 'IWW'ii Hil L uli ii WMfb I "'Hmh'Hi lllllllilHMIIU III I Ml ' WlTWIWiiTT TTl Hllli II UrilWnV ISllliMiit IrtnWMOTMTMWMIiWT'mWiroiMi -ErtBMl 'fM1 gg - - 4r"" JOURNAL- OL. XXVI-NO. IT fArtaona Minor. KtatiUiiel March t, IMM.l I ArlxnRH Join unl, riHlri!hvd IN!. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, .NOVEMBER 27, 1880. Pit l CE TEN ; WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. ZONA JOURWL-MIIIER. ower pmwTino "" Vri cept Suuuay. av lnthoerexct , AlllZOXA. 8k'Kl'1,.- . Prwtntt tfc.t ied every WednaJ-' SI " Arixona l'iiH"B Compwiy J. C. JaAK1 casts: tr. a.-. SlO GO flor year in. aa. """" ' . l 00 per "" w to fitv anb. delivered 05 a"1- ' Vh i -50 ...... " r, mrcc" ,0 XerUsYnir Kates made known on ap- Una to uuit-u - P' .1 i..v. Vw Ynrk. fer&Bey. Tribune Bulldtac. Xetlotk flyer & Son, Times BulldInK, YhWa- b- . 1 Finer,8an Francisco. r & Kov, San Francisco, u the paper I kept ou tile SECRET SOCIETIES. . fce crolx Chapter. So. 1. second Sat- if eacn niouin. .-nnan Slo Invited to attend. Hf ord...

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 November 1889

gam I t r I t a c d f V h F d c se tt h rt h C it u n ct br Cl P be hf th ot iru AI1ZIIA JOURMAL-MIIIEL J. C Martin, Editor. Otteial rxfer of Yavapai Coautr WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 18S9 SYMPATHY FOK1THE WHAM ROB BERS. The Courier this morning says : "We denounce as a misstatement of facts the statement in a so-called icpublican paper that "there has never been a trial for any crime, had in Arizona, in which so much sympathy has been expressed for the accused as in this case.' It refers to the trial of persons accused i f robbing Paymaster Wham We believe both Tucson papers will join us in denoun cing this libel on the honei law-abiding people of Arizona. " 'The so-called republican paper' making the above assertion, which is so bitterly denounced, was the Journal Miker. We do not claim infallibility of memory, but if the assertion as-made is not correct, will our contemporary point out the trial heretofore had inthis terri tory m which greater sympathy was ex pressed than there has ...

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 November 1889

. Vi :D v n -v., r lasuj i II: tram, ' - n Hi it - . a l . ... A ': :V .s i ) h"-h - t-.i '"liaj mi Beevee, i i.i i-ty. for utr; m t vT!mv i .. iv 4;! i.ji . " v , I've !nai a I . j v . AB Fr'.u. r, r : . :.ia, 1. :msi- e: "i.iy. A Vi 2 ... ' ;"j n I : It tarr. uvii at. 1 f rt ! !:'";,' , II j't. : ' tha I taa of .4. j it ' ft m . ott, the Mexican who refused to . . 1 . v . a a " mu iiiui Sheriff Reynolds and Deputy Globo and Pinal county contained 2W names and showed moritorioas' 1 . x w . - a a . . v t.v.avt fau reported to uavo boon caused by 0 wavrwM. vaio, ranu wiru iiiav diiliiitaii ntrv . . "f vr vivuuv 1 w...u. ...... ouvu i t 1 uar n tiiiMiI-il.l 41. 1 Eupopala. w " O - - " v (Vf U VOll lllllsl llilVO if in ftilttr ntiim. . . .... . v . v .u.aj vujvJ rPlinttc.iilci . 1 ,.An..1.:.... r a IUJ lb i ...... luuuiuiiij ucunuso uwy iinu i nousands upon thousands of are spent annually bv our nee- the hoo that they may attain Wo Ruarantoo that Electric Bit- used accordmc to directio...

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. — 27 November 1889

sfr-'j--" "raw-" 5vr ?r ---- assi;,- v ii in i i i'im i 'i-MmirniMi mm i mi 11 1 1 i i i in 11 I c r; ut foi J f.th loj Itol mm WEEKLY JOURKAL-MIKEfl WEDNESDAY NOV., 27, 1SSU CAPTURING A FORTUNE. :TIie $15,000 which A. 3Ioyer Ob- I t&iaed for Three Dollars. i " The drawing of ticket No. 8,174, on which $300,000 was captured in the luUiana State Lottery, beneGtted two Denver men to the extent of $15,000 each. Que was Mr. A. Meyer, who held ooe-twentioth of that ticket; and the other was a gentleaian named Tracey, whee identity haa not yet .been made known. Mr. Moyer drew his money through the City Nationul f .BAnk, and Mr. Tracey obtaiued his through the Firat Natienal. "V'. Mr- Moyer reiidea, and also has Ida place of busiaesi, at 1,110 Larimer street. He waa found yesterday, by a reporter for The Kepublican, engaged iri'dandling hia little girl on his knee, j Although the meney wat drawn by j him through the City National Bank on September 16, he had modestly re trained from ma...

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. — 4 December 1889

; : WEE K L Y :RZ0MlilI R N A AiSl ' LTOj. XXVI WU. IB lArUaaa JaaiMkl. KatabllHlicd 1H74. S LtlZONA JOUMAL-MIME POWER PmTWK rwwav Ahizona Joukl-MR puon.nea e AkizoSa ut -t Pre.Cott. the IIRUCU u,tV. ity seat or i mvv' - Arizona FaWisliiMg Corapaay J. C. MAKTIH, anK0r, ! .rrTZ.. no 00 r, Ucr year in ' i 00 IffilSy sub- LV.rs rwr WOCfe. as ibcrs. per tlv.per year 4 00 2 50 I 25 1.1. cir mom llyj Uiree month.. 10 thli office or at the following lie!. .. .,,. KovTnrk. UUU I. JUW. " wTw York fuk. San Frandaoo. Krkfeer.Stn Frsnckco. aer & Key. owj rmur - ii i the paper is nop "u SK1R OCUTHS. ZONA ROSE UBU& CHAPTTSR NO L Regular meeunss " fcowCrolx Chapter. Mo. 1, second 8t- tfeactamontti. AHSlr knkaU Kose lu . TT-a Hi order of prise A. G. OUrer. M J. 0. 0. F. Arlaooa Lod;e. T Wm Reimlar meeUnjr of Una O lodVa every Wednesday rTTodi fellows' halt. SoloBTBinj: of the ordsr In cood utandlng are - . . 1 A a I lly invited toatten I 8. A. Loi, Rscordlng Secretary. Kiisbte 9t Pytliiaa. ...

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. — 4 December 1889

LTJMHUL4IIIEI. .-J . 3 J. C. Mamin, Eiitw. 1 rajksr V laTapaJ Cowtr 5 14 IS Hv APIFAULTEH: Tkc alleged -defalcation of Fred W. . .Jitb, receiver ef the Tucion iand ef f. ' y?ce, coming right on the heels ef Little 7 defalcate u quite a serious lowto the democracy ef this territory. ' ; tTura lht """ out" WM lle demtoat- i c whcP of the Clerelaad campaign, i Jrwt -instead of finding any rascality T i - 6 i1UDUCn mcials, the demo- ft ... a:?t 3;Nr?Uc lmmistrali was cenfronted ?J -Ah dcn balance sheets. Instead ef - iif nd,"H any rPublic " cals to turn " jf S I1 k secmed 10 " turaeS honest re i H SPWicas emt to put democratic rascals ii vi. The amouat W Smith's defalcation is alleged to be between $50,009 and $60,000, aof tty all ef which will fall on settlers of the Salt riTer ralley. It is aore in the shape rrf ettoezzleaaest than m a oeiaicauon and it u said te hare ee adroitly soaaaged as to shield ac bsmdssaen from any liability in tha awatter. The mosey is alleged to hare beta pa...

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