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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 26 May 1886

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. VLL.XXIl No 9. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1886. PRICE TEN CENTS ARIZONA Red Star gh(ure SAFE. SURE. PROMPT. -Erm For PAIN waTrV. rirrv ranwim -r tui a. flBUM I lWa B"B S-B B B vera applied Int J the vottrl , will ba ab sorbed effert lath cleansing; the baad ol cttintu vinis, c B la healthy seerr tlni. It allays In I. tarnation, pro eft tbeacabrne of th Mai mm froa add I Ion ! euli .com pletely aeal sores mores itc senses ol or taste and aw-ll. s-Ud5fl -t ttk -teller. A Baatlve Cars A pari! lei appllad Into cae tMirll sod la racaa a ui oar. t-nca so cents, oj bui .at roca-Uta S ud tor eirca ar. B.S.W MrafalS. Dr-uit. Ova go. YCAMIN USE. -rtaasnksglmiAaat SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. Maaawciaa. aiannmna, rata la , arHa a mmU liaSatka arl-a.vvttBa-ta-at Mrawattaa- Law aatriaa. wSta iann in aair.. Flails lac as sb- MMaK COMSTIFATION. ruu ara aapaiiaiiy aoaptaa awaacaoftaallncaatoaaviatobUiaaaSercr. JIlTS uTUsT SiWIMJi as ooar. aaasn araaoy ana. m Um mk, rr...

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. — 26 May 1886

V. J". - , L - iHirMMim l f Mil iH ir "Sltail" T ii IT 11. ' T 'fWI , - - 5-' 3U. ' - - - ; - j .rr t"--??'- swats'' r- ''v saawsw 2 I A' .1 MIZOWWEEKITJOWMHHHER J. C ilARTIN, EDITOR, WEDNESDAY.... ..V.AT 26, 18SC The press o the territory is already reading moral editorial essays to the votes of this territory in regard to the proper selection of candidates for the next legislature, all of which we most heartily endorse, and more too. So far, the recommendations made for the qual ities that sh uld bz possessed get as far as honesty, purity, industry, etc, etc. While the above ire very important qualifications, if the people would select representatives possessing them, with an additional sprinVlmg of brains and intel ligence, the territory would fare better. So long as men are selected who play poker all night and sleep through the sessions in day time, and have to be awalccned to vcte and then have to en quire which is the democratic sid before casting it, we can not expect any ve...

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. — 26 May 1886

17 ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDXESDAY .MAY 2I.1B8C x-OGAL NOTES- From Thursday's Daily. Dasines is improTiog (lightly. Uiirb-liMcd boots & sombreros at tbe L'on. California cherries bare appeared in our local tntrket. Dr. Barrows left tbis morning for duty in the field. Sc;rucker suits are all tlie rage in Pre-. coti tbis season. Tbe Apaches are baring a rfpulur p:ciic with Jlexicin troops. Phenix thcrmoneters bare begun to soar afcore tbe hundred notch already. Sheriff MuWenoa went down to Tiptop to-day to summon jarori for tbe nejt term ot court. - Captain Wirt Davi, 4th Cavalry, has a thirty days leave of absrrc; on account of icVntSf. Phinix ha furnibrd Los Angeles with ripa apricots (wo weeks earlier thn the earliest California apricots. Prescott ban. tbu far, been studiously ignored, in tbe matter of territorial ap poin'mc nt,s by Governor Z-ilicV. Tom Milliuan of tbe bridge barber fbop an J bath hon, prepare a hair tonic wh'cb removes dandruff, cures and prevent hd ac...

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. — 26 May 1886

ARiZOMViEEKlTJOIMMl'MINER J. C Martin, Editor, WEDNESDAY. .VAT 26, 1880 News. Notes ill CMumts. The Ohib legislature has adjourned. Ex-Senator Dorsey has gone tu Eu rope. Queen Christ'na, of Spain, has given binh to a son. The president will obsenre Memorial Day in New YoiV. A Tote will be taken Monday on the Dakota admission bill Senator Teller wants a military post established near D;nver. There are 180,000 organized working nvn in New York city. A New York jary has convkwd Al derman Jaehneuf bribery. . . Roicoc Conkling's fee is the Broad way case was S.o.oco. J a'. G Blaine is said to be a member of ihe Knights of Labor. There are already forest fires in some places in Massachusetts. The rainfall in Baltimore week before bit measured 4.16 inches. The President's prospective mother in-law has the Rome fever. A Mjryland Miss recently dislocated her j ir hile chewing gum. Ex-President Arthur is reported to be .steadily improving. Gen. W. S. Rosecrans has been con- fi.incd tegister ...

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 June 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINE It 23 VLL. XXII No 10. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, i88G. PRICE TEN CENTS TAR MARK. OUGHIURE , OwtmUt, EwutU SAFE SURE. PAQUPT. at oaroeim at mium. awa aiuM a. iKtui raariai. eitl atmaWaXr CF.RMANRMEn For PAIN Caret ncw.tit. "tytjeje. rtrullT ? ' I ri IXKA ntOlUB A.TOCZ1U 1. HilTUCA. AA. 1W wti.a Int Ibi n -rl wl I ll h- aorhrd ff-t Sill c !P'lf h-tiead nlmhil V US u in bra by swn ll-B- It allays I Iflm.mattox, pro ert Uanm nibrane of th p stages frnin sddi Jon cul , m ple rlr h-al rra r itrt-fl t e i rti. ! jO" tt and am I. i Listd r hfL - ie i itn: Into rc ii.ml aod l V." ' '' wnU.ojr mall or . H "'Worn cu r Tit KSIS. ' Irugif. Owe T TUTT'S Pk'LLS YEAHl IN "8- , MtXatiMlTriMpfc eftheAgel SYMPTOMS OF TORPIDLIVL5T. Laaa fan ll. U-wala coalW. T. " ika ktti with dill eraaatlea th . teak watt. Iala aaaar Uo eheala MtaMHtf afuancr, Law eplrtta, Mk iaiM?W aecwctra uwj- rteht era, Btoatteaeaeae, w4th CONSTIPATION. tBU'g rtlXS are esperialiy arterites to...

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. — 2 June 1886

BiaT -w f ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER J. C Martin, Editor, WEDNESDAY . . ...JUNE 2, 18SG IK AVBICCLTTKAL KBMCRCEM. From the Resource of Pirn County. The popular belief that Arizona is ;sessed af little or no agricultural re 'irces, is being rapidly dissipated noigb the experience of time. Only a l time ago it was looked upon as a , barren waste, and very much the sarje ideas were entertained in this re spect as were formerly expressed regard ing southern California. The different conditions governing th-productions of the far weetern coun try are misleading to the eastern farmer. He looks to the clouds for promise of a crop, while here the headgate and the dean irrigating ditch are he main fac ters of a reliable crop. The rich and deep soil and perfect climate, with the certain visitations of moisture through ir- j rigation ditches, are positive conditions j of a bountiful harvest, and nowhere else ! in the world can the fructifying labors of the husbandman be more certainly relied...

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 June 1886

t II ARIZONA WEEKLY JOl)RAl-MINEB WEDNESDAY JUNE 2.I88C. x-OCAft notes- From Thursdays Daily. W:cii your lamp. Only two mere ees of Kbool. Cbino valley strawberries have pp ia market. The boiril of fire delegates meet to morrow evening. Tbe nine days old infant of Dr. tad .Mrs, Rol ioson is critically ill. Tbe issue asylum directors held a meeting in Pbenix on Monday. Tne White Monotain Apacbe are said to be restless and threatening. Tbe manager of tbe Tucson Citizen has enlisted for tbe war against tbe Apacbe. A. Oisiger, general aerrics clerk in tbia department, baa left for tbe cut to take a position as clerk under General Crook. Tbe teachers of tbe public school are drilling their pui.ils for a public entertain Jaent to be given at tbe close of fcbool. Geo. W. Sines and S. A. Logan are ia Phemx attending tbe Grand Lodge of Enighta of Pythias whic met thnre yester day. Iron for tbe A. t P. aide track at Cblno station to receive tbe material for our branch road has been forwarded ...

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 June 1886

:jl7 ilN-v - V v li ?. 1 AIIZONI WEEKLY J. C Xaktih. Ssitm, WEDNESDAY ..JUKK a. II News. Kites ti Cwnm. Jefferson Datis is age jS. Secretary Manning's health iaaptwtts slowly. It ir stated that GladsVoee ass re signed. There are 7,763 Pueblo New Mexico. General Neal Dow k wrkiaf a k! ci prohibition. Atlanta is the third largest sauf Bsar ket in the world. The evidence in the Maxwell case k all in, at St. Louis. Ex-Governor Murray will stake Utah his permanent boaae. A new comet has bei discovered by a New York astronomer. Cyclone insurance owpawiw art a feature of the Western State. Tne Bank of Mtotrcal baa eight tail lions of idle money in ha vatUta. The corner stsae of the jUbwtaarqat jail w.U be laid in about twa weeks. Proles or Swing, the Chicago preacher, ges a salary of $10,000 per year. The Knights of Labor ta Missouri are down oa their duaftaia, Martin Ircns. The christening of the baby kiagwf Spun took place iatbciwjal chapalia Madrid Friday. The rater of Xaaaa lasa fokaaa...

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 June 1886

WEEK VLL. XXII Xo 11. VRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 188C. PRICE TEN CENTS ARIZONA LY JOURNAL-MINEBI t1? , TAR TRADE w, HARK. V rfci. i AhsUutehi . t j rent Opiaits, 2. tattle aim l .c- .25 c S...RE. PROMPT. at tJttrocivr . f-titm Tax mu f a. ufcxxx cuiri aTa l CXJPOBS i a iw 7 "t M r H- - I Ilk an.- Curt J Rhct.rn.-nin. Me-raWa. 5 -5 Hill s.,.r. -."sts. C3ASL& i-TOCIliSi- 51. L-k .13CU.HB. EL.Y'8 Catarrh CRt&M BALM r".l sp;i.1 .fit Mi n m , u. I a toMivd IT t 1 cai,c j - !if cjI n ffi .1 u. r ir id? i.i a 'lr r ?i n- It a ,$t I CiTi.iaatUn. j.ro ei t tne inemti-'ii: nf th . i Man fron rdJi ion 1 ., n. ;ilc cl h--- fjr- oT f t- ! &i!riJ- HAY- A i li Keller. . fol live Care. Au.r. V . upp 1 'Into -e ihii nl and ! a jw ' u . ir;ce rents, lj mall or r t.j'-'- i ilr ill .ir ju:o, lit it. Iiru.tM'.Oire Y TUTFS PILLS 25 YEARS IN USE, Tte Grst lexical Tns-r?. oftieAfa" SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID liver. l.os c f npprl itr, Uo -la costlsc, l'aiB la tbo brad. Till a doll se-satlaa...

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 June 1886

4 ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER J. C Martin, Editor, WEDNESDAY. ...JUNE 9. 18S6 THE AMVLCR latKKaUAil. Messrs. Stewart, Hatch and Lincoln, the Board of Directors of the Insane Asylum, are old and honored residents, thoroughly identified with the advance ment of this territory, while their accus ers can be placed among tramps and ad venturers who arc here to-day and liable to be in jail to-mcrrow. Governor Fansh, as the Citizen puts it, is but a political barnacle, whose in trigue and disregard for truth, assisted 1U. Zulick to jump from nothing to notoriety. These two, after getting a political foothold, were adopted by a few more of the scum of the country, thus lorrning the nucleus of a junta for the purpose of forcicg public aSairs in their own way, with a high hand and basely fcr selfish i?nds. The contrast between this Farrish Zulick outfit and the directors is so bt sad and well-defined as to be plainly seen by every bona fide resident of Ari zona. These official intriguers hav...

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 June 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY.. .JUNE S,18&6. I-OCAX NOTES- From Thursday's Daily. V,'. T. Biker left for Phoenix to-day. Attend tie lecture to-night at the M. Guile. E. Prank Hereford i now awver. a .nil pledged Temp: citlztna are tflicted maUrial fever. ith tjpho The &nt term of the territorial Nomal chool baa cosed. A portion of the delayed raitern mail armed last night. Baumrs'a ice cram aoda it the "boat" drink fur hot weather. John B. Fitcb, oi the T.-eape Jfew. i a p:optctire taillioc&ue. Invite jour friend to coeae to Pritcjtt, ta celebrate the Fourth of Ja'y. Wales Arnold, a prominent citizen of the tsiern pirt of the county it U town. It requited two at age frum Ab Fork Utt night to accommodate tbepiMeoger. Rct. X. L Guthrie and niece will tike their deptrrure tor 'heesiton Monday next Captain Gerald Rnuell left tlii morning to join hit conatntnd at Fort DaTii, Tela. The f rmory cf the Rifl:, tioce being eewlj floored, hat a dancing floor equal to any ...

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 June 1886

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. TLX. XXII No 13. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1886. PRICE TEN CENTS ARIZONA CAPITA. PK1ZE $75,000. Ticket rnmly Uwitt la pr par-lea. BWBBBBB BIBBW Bevtv. V HJV We do berebv certify that we supervise tba uniiitiiiiiiti for ail 1L Xontbly and Quarterly Drawing- of the lalalana and t 1 ijoiimrj company, ua in person mm--cand control lbs lira vines thtnutlTM rd tbat the aaaae are eon Incted wltb lionee ty. falraraa, and In good faith toward all par. iiri, ana wa autbonse tbe Comp-ny to bh tbl eertlBeata, wltb fae-n mllaa of oor alana lure attached. In lla advertisements." We tbe undersigned Beets and bankers will par all Prizes drawn la Tbe Louisiana Slat Lotteries wblcb at tw presented at our counters. J. H. -- Pres. Louisiana National Bank. J. W. K1LHBRTH. Pres. State National Bank. A EtLBWII. Pres. New Orleans National Bank Incorporated In im for 25 years by the Leflaialure for educational ana CharlUult purpose wltb aeaplial ntfifiuojUOO to wblefc a res...

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. — 23 June 1886

w mi : 4 HIZ0N4 WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER J. C Maxtim, Editor, HJtlUNESDAY ..JUXE 2S, 18N rs xukb, The action cf General "Miles, in rcccmrtending the revokal 0f the order for the transfer of thr Yint Infantry from Arizona ta Ca'fomia, July ut, meets with a most 'acarty approval from "the citizens of northem Arizona. A present, the oniy troops stationed at " "Whipple bracks, is a company of this regimen "While there is no particular cause 'for immediate alarm, it is a matter hi wisdom not only to retain the troops at present stationed in northern Arizona but the number should be materially increased. It is a well-known fart that the recent troubles among the Wallapais in which five or six of the tribe, were killed and the interference on the part of the whites to prevent them from lcill- . i ng others has caused serious dissatisfac ' tion and open threats from them. The tribe numbers 800 bucks, and while all trouble may be averted it is known that ". they are providing themselves with arm...

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. — 23 June 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MIRER. WEDNESDAY JUNE 23.18SC LOCAL NOTE& Fom Thursday's Daily. ite tiitno raiiey ledco will cicse to Stage lire to Aali Folk baa beet reduced lot?. But Congress gttter in the country onlv $1.3), at tbe Lioo. OiDn ni Pailaielpbia fcrewerj beer, ice co!J. on tip At tbe Pretcott licnae. lat b.j raney inutaer case still cc espies lbs line ol ourt. Thirty or torlv well armed WaHepai Indiaas bare beta oa cur atrceu tc-dr. Tne te'tiaaonv in I be case c f FarJey and Sit charged with murder will be clo:ed to-daj. Tee grand jury nude .t fiaal report aed adj ciaraed to-day. The report bas not vet beco taratsbed for pobhettioa. Tbe A. P. baa 2.000 feet cf side track rraap'eltd at CLino taticn reidr for tbe reception of tbe matciial fur tba P it A C-R.lt. A new ;im scbeiule weet into iffc ftcoeiiy on :be AtU&tic and Pic f c, where by tbe eait bitinJ train :nc ici Asb Folk at 7.32 a. m. inttead of 5X1. Intoxication ia spptreetlv an rviderc: cf respectability in Pne...

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 June 1886

f ' III Im?-: 1 : - i t i S I: ARIZONA WEEKLY JOWHAUUNEI WSD2CS9D1T ;UNE 23.18W. MllS IKl ClMMItSt Albuquerque has a female barber. San Francisco has sent her al anarchist ta jaiL Vancouver B. C. tiesttcyed by fire. loss $I,030. Onions of Ejypt are now hawked in ' the streets of Boston. Mad dogs have been making haTc among stock in Dakota. At Boston the artificial propagation of halibut is to be attempted. The pay roll of the Conutack, for May, amounted to $218,538. San Francisco P. O. agony erer. Wbl Bryan a druggist, appointed. Dr. C W. Horner, of San FrancucjaJ died Irom an ererdose of chloroform. Br.McDonald is likely to he acquitted of the charge of murder (or killing MUh. ' A. gang of sharpers hare been work, lag Iowa and Illinois basks with forged checks. Captain Jack Crawford has been appointed chief of scouts under General Miles. Delegate Bean, has introduced a bill in congress, to pension those injured in conflict with the Indians. Cheyenne has a population, of 5,000, and ...

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 June 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. VLL. XXII No U. CAPiTU PHI2E $75,000. TUfciinlrW, Mum to WIHIMi tTetree ttBVte. I BaasBSBeiB -We do hereby certify that we enpervl thearranctmenu for all the Monthly t Quarterly Drawinc or tbe Louisiana but Lottery Corapuij, sod In person rau- a;--uu cuuirui tae xira etna UCBUITH aid that tba ume are condoned with hoaee- t y. fairness, and In rood faltti toward all par, ties, ana we authorise in Company to nee tblt oerllflcate, with facwlmllee of oeralaaa. HUWHUKUVUlulHM)TniHIMIH4n OiMdMtaam Wa the nndcnlgnri Basts aaa bankers will par all Pmet draws The Lowiaiaae State Lotteries which may be pretested at oar counters. Pres. Louisiana National Bask. J. T. K1I.BBKTB. Pres. State National Bank. A. MALI HIM. Pres. New Orleans National Bank Incorporated in IN far 35 yean By the Lerialaicro for edacatlonal and Charitable purposes with a capital of 1,000 OtOlo whleb a reserve fund of o vrr 3&30.oet) haa alaee beer My anoverwbalnitce poDBlarvote ita fraa e...

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 June 1886

I t t - i f t f -f V J i. i ARIZONA WEEKLY JBtffiML-IMER J. C Martin, Editok, JiO:.T5AV JUNE 30, 18M " A HI Si: MM OSXY KSIJX. ' Thos. F.'W'eedin, through his medium . thc Florence Enterprise, a otMpapcr - which he edits, continues ais scurrilous ;- attacks upon Attorney General Churchill . ."-:la is extremely vituperatire aad ;. -malicious, so much so that no critkita can be severe enough to Adequately " ' reflect the contempt and disgust which - hia libelous insults have inspired in the public mind. Such methods sotaetitaei inflame the brutal instincts of sacs, but . never appeal to their honor aad reason. The Attorney General is aa uaiai peached public officer, in the full eajoy r ment of his official position, against whom not the slightest charge of official misconduct has ever been sustained, fearless in tho discharge ot his duty, of unquestioned ability and a nun who baa the courage of bis convictions. He us brought n action m the nasae of the Territory to recover moneys alle...

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 June 1886

ARIZOM WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINE. WEDXESDAT JUXE 30.185 LOCAL Norss- Frim Fridays Daily. I-iirpendercs elav be etlcliated on the 5 U tt Jo.-, f tbia jeer. Tne boree rodeo commenced to-day at Ca2pb:ll Bet-ei ranch, in Chino valley. F. 0. Parker crnne in Irons bis taw bji!1 5n the Sxb Frardsco mountain, Ja-t Bisttt, Captais Ltwtoa is t ca the trail ol the lodiea, in the Sierra Aia! mountain!. Tourctf !od nf bledcd etnek enived mi Fiagatufl; WeJceiJer, for W. It. Col cord. SUtr'ff Uolvaaoa went eat to PiagutS to-day after Gardner, tl6 man who ehot the railroad condnctor rtctotly. Owing lotbe 4tb of July cosing on Sandey tbia year, the ce'cbratioD "will Ubeld w Monday, July 5 lb. Court will adjourn aicedie th'a afternoon aad alt aafioialied basiacM, of wbi.-Ji there ia a large esBoant, wid go cut uattl t.e Kovetaber term. The Morning Glory lA'ce. co Toikey crrtk, i yit'ding lole rfgood ore, which it beirg worked by Csptiin Braac J.J. Gann and bridt were the rjcipi ent of a very pleMeut erei'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. — 30 June 1886

ll I . . I I I I - ' .- ill 1 1 1 T 1 1 1 1 1 m --- . in -Y-.-.."T. FT.T-... -mmrwsr. m Ml ill muffi nr 'ill "f TTT'iim IWIT II 1 1 I I .... . - - .... ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURHAL-HINER. j WEDXE "DAT JUNE 30.188C News, Motes ill Cwneits. K The largest pearl in the world wastwld in London for $3,150. Ii weighed three ounces. It is again reported that J. Sterling Morton, of Nebraska, will be appointed minister to Austria. Secretary Gorman usually carries an unlisted cigar in his mouth, but is said not to have smoked one for years. Urn. Plev I'oore writes that the Mount Vernon Association are going to restore the old tomb of Washington. Sccretry Bayard and Senator Sauls bury do not even speak. Saulsbury con siders the Secretary of State a personal enemy. Ben H. Hereford, of Tucson, brands as 2 He, cut out of whole cloth the statement recently telegraphed from Washington, that he worked against the confirmation of Judge Shields. The inquisitors having become ashamed of themselves over their ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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