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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 12 February 1890

2 1 3 mmk WEEKLY JOIMflfffl. TTEDNKSDAY FEB. 12, 1890, LOCATi 1TOTES. ia 'visiting From Thursday's Daily. H. N. Palmer came ia last evening froa IT&rtincs. Probate Jugn FrHcli friania in Walnut Grove. If. "Wollenberjr left for tke east jes Urday, te visit relatives and to pur chase new goods. W. B. Jonor, left this morning to loot over & rojUe for a railroad from TTitherellYilltf to Y&gcr Canyon. A deed was filed for record to-day frsa J. Y. Clay to D. H. Martin, for lets 1,3, C, 7 and 9, Mock 2, East Pres eott, for ?1,CS0. Gsverasr Murphy -rJ p. aneatl Jo Keynelds YisUed the Congresa mine oh Monday, returning to Tkaaix again yesterday. The Phenix Herald reports that la prippa attacked about twenty per cent of the aerenty odd mesa working on the lower Walnut Grote dais, and killed two them. camplaiat is msi cf the irrerular ity of tke Kail service to Bayard post- eEce. It is staUi that the mail ridor kaaleftand thxC ik consequence no mails are f.nt through. JL fira oocur...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 12 February 1890

mim WtEKLi J0llHHAUf!8ES. "WEDNESDAY FEB. 12, 1S90. lUEXINISGENOES. - Why. When, and How, Fort Apacfto came to be Es abllshod. wlh - oihcr mni'ors Incidental theroio. BY A. P. ItAKTA.j (Cnnthiueii.'k Obscrnng tho excitement, we baited arid dirooted tho Indians to remain -"where they were, while wo three Ameri cans rode up to Ibc skirmish line. We ha.A arrived within forty yards f Major OoIHr?, who was stitmU&g "close" to a stack of hay, fcoforo thty discovered we "were whites ; then the Major casao out and ahook hands, and declared he "was glad it waa bo worse, for ho fully ex pected tho past would bo assaulted auu possibly captured." The major ap peared to be usduly excited; howsvor, ho war certainly entitled to be excused that time, as he had just arisen from a sick feci, having been laid up with a "Very sevare attack of the Fort Goodwia "lever, to repol the supposed assaall. I remarked to Major Collins Rt the time, and pointed at the ravines on either side of tho carup, ''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. — 19 February 1890

HI m iwiimm ' WiHiiHi'i in n i ' :-- r .1? h."-7 -r ; TV I WEEKLY JOURNAL- VOTi XXVT ND li fArlraa Mtwor. Kotabllaaed Xorfkt, PRESCOTT. AjRIZONA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1890 PRICEKCEN CJSNTt MIN11: ARIZONA ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER. POWER P.7IX7INQ HOUSE- The AwtOKa Jou&xu.Otxsr. Is published very cay uie year except Sunday. Tho ARXSOKJk WxKELT JOURJlJLI.HntZ Is tubllshcd everv "Wednesday, at PrecoU, the . county eat of Yavapai county. BT IJlIhe Arixons, Publishing Company '"" J. a MARTIN, Manager. -"! Tasua: rlly, per year In advaccs $10 00 Dally, per month 1 00 Daily. delivered by carrier to city ouh. b enters, per trees.... Weekly, per year....... IVeetly.alx, month.... as 4 00 a so X 23 10 Weekly, lire months tingle copy EyAdfortUlnR lUiasnatdo known oa p plicwtioa to thla offlcts or at ibo following agenelet : J. H. Bates, 41 Park Row, Nevr York. raiser fe Ky .Tribune BalldlBsr, New York y.W.Ayeri Son, Time Bulldlnjr, Phila delpala. . C Dake, San Francisco. L, P. 1'iiher, Esn ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 19 February 1890

r. v--. if HUiA WEEKLY JOUBMAL-MHfEH. WXDNESDJLY. FE. 19, 185)0 J, C Martin, Editor. EDITORIAL NOTES. Mrs. Shaw, the Arizona whistler, is rc ' perted to be engaged to an English earl. The Montana courts are unearthing considerable democratic crookedness in - "cosaectisn with the Jatt electisn. The Santa Rita Lmd and Miaing company's property was seld at sheriff's sale at Tucson the other days for 565, so. The torcmiaeut h paying eut ever $isi,eoo annually in Washington for the rest of apartments to accommodate gov ernment business. If the census enumerators succeed as well is tkeir caunt as Speaker Reed has in counting demacratic cengressmtn the cessus will be welt taken. Tht Chicago & Alton company claims tc have operated their Soo miles f read in 18S9 without killing sr injur ing a single passenger. Msjatana, which has heretofore been it doub'.ful staiir, has been made solidly republican by the action af the demo cratic senators ie leaving the state while - x the legislature w...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 19 February 1890

, V-s .FEB. 19, 1S90, Tb WIijcbIo crctastrajias ben 8- cured U Uy for tae lAilitia lall. Mist Lelevier baa "her drcts-makiar purlers now i Mrs. Burigo's millinery eUre. 3 udgo E . W. Freaeli and fawilr re turned from their Tisit to Walnut Grove ysaterdty. IdcuL Duacan left Whipple this rain for tk Supai coaatry, on Cat aract crett. A atroag south wind played pmmka wita hats &I every thiag ehe nsovablo that was not anchored, t-day. 51. Jt. Logan, of Xhenix, it quit se rjoasly ill, Tke JouenaiMinkh hopes to asar o his. recovery. . CeuncflnanCoanoll Wat. in hid hap piest Mi U-day. Twcnty-firc caws war rua into the city, pound last aijkU Ko, 70,237, drawing tn thtasaal dollar price ia L. S. Ii. January iraw- isj, ws.b Ta at Tucsau and Fair sinks Arizosa. Jl ticket te the militia company's hal nly coxti 51. Every bodyha.uld in vest is ona, ftHd encaursgo tho citizen soHiert. Meals served al all hours at the Vridge restaurant. Heme cookiag and everything tirst-claes. Henry Spauld ing,...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 19 February 1890

. . .... : r -. L mmi WEEKLY JOUEMiL-iHO. WJKDNJCSDA.Y F5. 19, 1890 Newspaper Laws, Br. Tucktrsaasi, editor ef tke Werkv anas, Cleveland, has taken sanca pains - to collect and coanpile the decision of tfev-tJ&Hed Stated csurta upn the hab jeeaai gives lo Ike Waakingtoa rest, aa the result cl kit investijatieas, the faUnjviBg, which auy Uo reliei vpx as . Ctr3Ct. 1. -iBuVecribsrs whe do Rat . give ex press orders t tka contrary are coaiid eidsrei wishisg terenow their sukscrip- tlOH. 2. It nueecrieers erder tke dieontia ' Uaace ef tkeir perietlicAls tke publisher ay coatiaue to sead ikem until ill arrearages :e p 1.1(1. 3. If eubsorikera aejlect or refuse to take their periodicals from tke efiioei to whkk tkey are directed tkty are re peaaible aatil they kave settled their -. kills aad ordered them discoatiauod. A If subscribers meTe te etker ' place witbowt iafernu the publisher, &ui the papers are cent to tho Terse er addreas, they arc keld reepoasible. 5. Tka courts kave ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 26 February 1890

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL MINER. VOL.- XXVI NO. 35 f Arlroan ."Miner, BtnMlhhdl. March , 1H04.1 I ArlmouH Journal, :tbltMHca IS?-, PBESCOTT. AHIZOKA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1890 PRICE TEN CSNTfc 0 ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINE!!. POWER PR1NT1NC HOUSE The AXIXOXl JoCRNAlcMtKEH la publi&ht'd rorjduy in tbc rear except Suudky. ''.Cil9&mZQ&A. VcEtLT JOtTKNAL-MlNKU la ;- pubUrdrvd every Wednead&y, at lYccolt the - . jenty seat of avap&$ county. MV 'y Oie Arizona Publishing Company '; J.C. MARTIN, MaaaKor. 7EK.V3: ' Oartv-, per j-ear m advance flO oO 1 4if,per month., t CX) r)ail:, delivered .by carrier lc city sub- - -scflbert, per wcok 25 -Weekly, per ycs.r 4 00 - VeBXlv-elJ: rnonUia 2M . Weekly, three months- I i5 s-ictrlecopy , lo j3fAdyerUidn Katca tuado known on ap " ptteaOcn t this office or at the following atreheJeg : " i. li. Bates, 41 Park Row, Kew York. Palmer t Key, Tribune Bulldlnjr, New York JCv-WAyer& Son, Times Building, Phila delphia;. C. Dakc, San Francisco...

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. — 26 February 1890

mm WEEKLY JOURKIL-MiKEH J l. Martin, Editor. FEB. 26, lSt?0 THE WALNUT GROVE DISASTER. The disaster st Walnut Grove in this count y, by which $3,000,000 or $4,o, 000 worth of property was destroyed in s few minutes, and upwards ef ans hun dred lives lost, adds a not Si er im the tang '"list ef horrors of the past twelre months Tba blew io this county is a serious one. The loss f life under the circnaa.- u rices is appalling in the extreme bc yand the power of tke pea to describe. Aside tram this, the blew is a v seri ous one to the industrial interests of the ceuRty 2nd affects aot only Yavapai caunty and the territory f Arizona, but the entire arid belt of tht great south west. The question f water storage for agricultural purposes, as wallas for other purposes, hit: became a national one having received the favorable attntien as well as tht favorable action of con gress. The immense dam whick con fined the waters of tke Hass&yampa river and its tributary str&ms forming a l...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 26 February 1890

mm mm mmirnm WEDNESDAY .FEB. 2G, lSlM), LOG A.T i iTOOTSS. From Thursday's Daily. Sheriff O'Neill returned frowPhenix ca list sight's stage. E. T. Saaford lias saoved his law Ec iw to the Otis building. Tho Peck mine has closed down, an acceunt of too muck, water. Prescott .will have a fin new hotel before tho summer is star. Jacob Webber will go to "Williamson valley seen, U ride the raago for W. II. Smith. , Mary Richardson has sold to J. I. Gardner, lot 4, black 9, Prescott, for $1,500. Jee Ah Jem, af tho Cab Web restau rat, is preparing to leave for the Tlowery Xingkom, on a visit, . The Motive power of the Atlantio & Pacific railroad is taxed to its otoaost capacity by tho extensive freight busi ness. 2?. L. Bell came in from Alexandra last night with, his wife, the latter being 6E rente to San Franciece. Among ont Of town visitors noticed te-d&y wens J. M.Myers, Walnut Grovo ; J. M. More, Kirklaad valley. A fine thoroughbred pelled Angus bull is on exhibitiea at the O....

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. — 26 February 1890

mimh WEEKLY JGUBHSL-MISEB. WEDNESDAY FEB. 26, 1890 THE STOHX. An Unprecedented Rain Downpour ot The storm which commenced oh Tuesday h&shoca gradually increasing in vielence ever since. A steady raiu coatinued all day Thursday and durinc tho entire night accompanied by con siderable wind. This morning it seem ed to redouble its effort:, and from a steady, quiet but continuous downpour, the raia commenced descending in tor rents. By nine o'clsfcofc Granite creek at the creasing of Guridr street was im passible with teams, and communica tion with the west side was confined t the fot bridge entirely. Tho rapid current continued the wsrk commenced hy tko last flwed, af cutting away the bank on the east bide of the creek, in tha vicinity ef the ica factory, and at 'noon had undermined the storage rom of tee above institution two-thirds of the distance'back to where it connects with the main building. It alee car ried the loer portion ef it away. The Ohineso wash house, adjoining it, ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 5 March 1890

1 WEEKLY- JOURNAL MINER. 1 17 I 7 i I IV I nit inJii YOL. XKTI NO. 35 i Arlaean Jem mil (AriKa Miner. KutabMnHeil Murrk 9, isftt.i PRESOOTT. AJfttZONA, VBDNJ3SDAY, MAttCH 5, 1800 PRICE TEN OBitTfiL. ; il. KMtftMtMbe 1H7-4. J ARiZGKA JOURMAL-MIHEIL POWER PRINTING HOUSE. The AuiaoxA. JouKKAt-MiNKK ts publlsbcU niyi&j- Ik me j-jfcr aicepl Sunday. The A&Mj;i Vpxki.y JoimsxtZMixxs i . ' bv I Rt Arixona i'ublisiiiMg Gorsipany TfiHMs: ujt per yera &drcco UsSlf vtr Bvoutn.... I 00 25 3 SO 1 S5 10 Ll.nli , ucllTrjtd by carrlor to city sub ixlljr, tct ivcck.... WVi-Mr. yr bftk!y,&lx BlQii'-lt. 5rTAdvorUs'nR llxtes made known on ap V iiat40n tn this o&icts or at tho following J. a. B&toMl Piirk Kotc-, Nsvr TorX, Palracr A Kov, Tribune "Buildiuc, New York W. Ajrr A Sim, Timea BuIUUur, I'htla- v L,K FUbr,&n Krtjdsco. . I's.lraet ifc San Franciacrt,-. Vhro Uie piper 1 kept on file v - - 11 -' SSCltET SOCIETIES. A. ulr wicUnK o tbU L-di;c at Masonic il11.7-3l X.on th iM...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 5 March 1890

J. C Martin, E4itur. :ifJCDNJSSDAY MARCH 5, 1890. EDITORIAL NOTES. X-" ...Stanley expects to reach London April d- Talk is that the Walnut Grove dams will be rebuilt. - - . The senate has confiraed the ppoint - Kent of X. TL Sloan, ts associate justice. Denver has just received twenty tens of oleeBsargerine to grease her throat ,,-with. . . The Missouri Pacific railroad com pany is spending $500,000 en an mi ration enteprise in Colorado. The Dake of Orleans is mud to be an excellent violinist, but tke French people refused to dance to his music. Twenty-five thousand people reported utof employment in San Francisco, snd the moulders hare just ordered a strike, which will throw a great many more out of work. A Peoria, Illinois, girl has just awak ened from a four months sleep. She told her iher last Nsvember that she was not going to catch la grippe, and went te bed and never awaked till the (ceurge had exhausted itself in that city. Chief Bushyhcad of the Cherokee Na-. lion offer i a...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 5 March 1890

mum mm joubkil-wimol WEDNESDAY. .MARCH 5, 1890 LOCATE -3sroa?:E From Thursday's Daily. W. B. Podiey and wife loft oa today's train. Judgo De Kuhn rutecnjsd from the oast ldty. - H. F, Caribou Brown has returned toPreecott. ; : The Oro Fino data withstood the flood without damage.', L, Boil and : family left to-day for California. L. C. Ad&m-representing J. A. Folger ,fc Co, left town today. B. A. Ilcasoy waa.-injurcd this morning by a horsa failing nv him". Biley Johnson, had a narrow escape from drowning duringtfiei. high water hut Fri day. Iu attempting to crosa the Hassa yaaipa his hore was carriwl two hundred yard down tho .stream before ho could Rot him to the shore, .. Dr. B. B. Haisey returned ycaterday frcui Walnut Greets where ho went to at tend Jeff Young, The latter was already rapidly sinking when ho reached there, and diod within two httr5 after hla arrival. Ho xm buried at "Walnut Creek to-day. .From Friday's Daily. ?. L. K&stner left for the east to-day. Beaut...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 5 March 1890

Mem WEEKLY JKRMAL-Mlfl WEDNESDAY MARCi 1890. BEAT DELUGE Portlier Particulars and Thrilling Incidents Con nected witk it. The Arriral of Three Survivors, Who Tell Their Experience to the Joura&i-Miaer. X Second 'Absaloa Saved by His Loag Hair, Instead of Perishing By It r&rtial List of Ihe Identifled DeaL Bodies Badly Muti lated and Braised, A. man, daapatcketl by the JouiiKAL iil-NKP. list Sunday sitornosn. to wher the uppr i&m of the Walnut Qrovo "Water Storage Cesipany recently etood, rtured yesterday afternoon, aftora rougk experiesce riding over moun tain, trails, through blindisgstornia of aaow aad rain. On Monday sight ho reached s point between tha U&sssy aaaon and the Jiue Dick mine, when le lost Ike trail in the darkness, and vaa cemplld lv gp into camp, with liia saddlts for a pillow. Towards mora ins he woonapitered uatil ho found tho trail aad, coatlnuinj; hhj journey, he raohad tha catnp of F. A. Craigue and Joha Cur tin, at 4 'clock iu the orain, -berc...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 12 March 1890

i. I .If ,,5"r ; "--'-.-'ah if 37. -i if" iw IS..: - IMZHA lmP ill 4i2?l0 V WW H It liaoBvmi I V "J 11. 1 . JLr IT I I i t JJJ It, VOL XXYT- NO 2G JArlMtt. Wl.fr. Ki.UtllM H.rrkS, IS.! PRBSppOT.4 &Q&A., AVDNJSSDAY, MARCH . -w- - - . - . . " - - ....... bltt TC -1 ' 1 " I J Ml ll Wj, HIZOKA viOURNAL-MIHEIL POWER PRINT1KC HOUS. LTit Airoxx JocRXiXrKursa-yi paliUelte-i tn dr m ut yer except Ba&dy. I'a AsixoxA. v. ksstlt Joc-x-vt-MisER la r'Uhsd crerr AYclnedy, M Preicott, tie TLnty scat of r&Tap&l eoasty. ET tsuhs: '5. per j-iir in wlvuce 10 00 II v ir mootu.... 1 00 t delivered ty c&rrSer t-o cilr al- rlbcr, jvcr week.. ...... ........... 25 v.ier yesur....'.. 4 0-1 Istlj-.sLr mOBlhs.... 3 50 lezif, vuree noBiiw.. 1 o coiy.,, io ft WVUICAMBlllj; L'EtKU'J biivitu . jr ladct : fl. Sitcv l Firk Row. New Tork. l.'uitr & Rry, Tribune Eulldlntr, New Tork ,r Fiihcr, 5n FtabcHco. t'fcors Ue ipr U kept ob &!. 5EC3LST SOCIETIES. Atlantic & Pacific RAILROAD CO...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 12 March 1890

- . , r s. heat iliZOiU WEEKLY J0UB8AL-MIMEIL J, C Martin Editor. WEDNESDAY MAltCd 12, 1S90. 'EDITORIAL NOTES. Silver Tongued Tem Fitch h in training for the Nevada Srnatorship. Hobert H, Paul has been confirmed s Unfted States Marshal for this Terir lary. The. Mont a r. a ssnatorial contest has been decided in favor of Senators Powers and Saunders, republicans. Fssiaastcr General Vranamaker car ries life Insurance! policies to the aateunt Minister Lincoln will have the sym pathy ? of the cuntry is his affliction over tie death ef his only sou. Gavernor Wolfiey ha returned fiom Washington. He received rousing wekrerse on his return to Tucson. There is nothing like being accurate. A matheiaatican.calculates that 17,562, oo people in the United States have had the grip. The Unkcd States senate has passed the bill fixing the salaries of judges of the United States "district court at $5,900 per annua. Th Tucson Ckizan wants Hon. E. W. Wells appointed as chief justice f the territory and...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 12 March 1890

ri"- ?yg0-' -sr--" ' Jfc" vSK :. jr. frffr,uiriri,wTWirr'ifiw-gi"rij - - ... KMi WEEKLY JQyHMiL-MIMER WEDNESDAY MARCH 12, 1890 LOCJLL iTOTES. Frm Thursday's Daily. C. J. Richardson, a Krother ol W. T. Richardson, arrived ia'Prescott yeater. day. S. Burgess returned to-day from Al iuuerque. Both Dodge b&s sold ono-kalf interest ia eix mines in the Black Beck district, far $3,000. J. A. Part, the well inavrn mining man, is in frora bis bonanza properties ia Maple gulch. H A. Owens hr deeded ono-kalf in ter st in the Sjlf Trolaeer ntine to Ch&s. Thonipson, for $500. The electric light plant wMch has boon in operation at tke Congress mints for over a month is giving good satis faction. Cb&rl3 Coheu, a former resident of Preacstt, has rent & cheek for $10 for ?he Walnut Grove sufferera, threusk Hob. Levi B-hford. Phenix officers complimont Sheriff Oxfefll, of this county, for hi a recent rsooTery of & watch, stolen same time since ir. Albuquerque. Thr. citv council is...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 12 March 1890

mmimxmmMEt. 'flDNJGSDAT. . . . MABO tl 12. ISfO.1 Th roeciin Frtenlr r t I cut Sii it is dswm tie euUwle yerki hsir.c the cel7viSe black efcna eIfUs- ater settle aW-eur territory, is r ::y aacn&UBg its normal state, and the excitement JnekUat to the mighty IBtfX ruBhiHf;owa lbs Haaonysn&jiAj Ide&Hiir (leain-and destruction m its coarse, is raj idly pawing away, akcs- :ing no smalr aracwat ci reli&i-te Ittoae who 1&1 'and re'iatues urj in tiat nslghooriaood. 35ul iters -'are. two per, unfortunate nere wnc will taxg remember tke "ay wken fataer, raotfeer, brothers bb4 sisters met eooh, terrible ieatli. These two jseorseuls are all tha.VTrain of tk Haynee fassi r, whic erisrmally consisted of eigat ptrsoaz, a tho young laelies kavs the Iaymaathy 01 the entire territory. Ikelr aies-are 15 al 17 rcspectiyely. (Little did they tiii&k when, with light sart tnorA&st km their father good bye, Milling promise that they taeuld rstura with him when he made the uoct 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. — 19 March 1890

WE VOL. XXYI-NO. 37 iSSfSSiSSSSSSafS&.9-"" ARIZONA JQURNAL-MINEIL POWER PRINTING HOUSE. Tho Akkonx JoxrKXAi4-Mis2a Is puhli&hcd s very day In the year except Sunday. The AK1X0XA. WJZEKLT JOURNli-MlN RR It! nubllshed every Wednesday, at rrcscott, the ounty ecat of Yavapai county. 11T 1 he Arizona Puhlisniug Company J. C. MA.ST1N, Manager. aily, per year in advance Daily, per aionth .. Daily. delivered by carrier to city $10 00 1 00 sub. centers, per wees " Weekly, per year..... 4 00 2 SO I 35 10 wecKiy.stx montas... Weekly, three inOBths.. biagle copy..... J5gTdverUln lUtcs made known on ap plication tn this ottice or at the following .agencies : J. H. Bates, 41 Park Row, New York. Palmer & Key, Tribune Bulldlne, New York W.AycrS Son, Tiwea BuUdlnjr, Phila delphia. K. C Bake, San Francisco. . . L,?. Fisher. -Sau Francisco. Palsaer & Key, San Francisco. Where, the. piper Is kept on file. SECRET SOCIETIES. a Zl J Kgnlnr mpctlugg oi IhU Lodge at iiRscnic uaii.:3i r. it. ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 19 March 1890

J. C Martin, Editoi. WEDNESDAY . MARCH 19, 1S90, SDITOKIAX, XOTES. According to our exchanges, Aibor day. was generally observed thicugheut . ibcteritory. ; IFhe hydraulic and engineering jous- nak are just now in tbc midst ot the discussion of the Walnut Grove daru, Jfayur Grant and other ex-cfficials f New York Gty are in trouble, charged with having accepted fcr&cs during their terras oT cfHce. Weather aPrphet Wiggins p redicts a big storm to extend alt over the ' world frara tnc iSth to the ad of this atb. I Tbe Louisana, Lottery company sent a check to Governor ?ichols ior $100,000 to aid the sufferers ef the Mississippi xirtt fjood in Louisana. The name of Secretary Murphy has been added to tbe list of "honorable appointments frora Northern Arizona by oar conteaipersry. Tis welL Tbe Jouxka-V Mixer is requested to name the "fleeeers" of Ibis section. No eccxsion whatever for it, as tbc people generally are familiar with them, as well as their methods. The free trader can't ...

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