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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 20 April 1892

jjljl -3 This Spaco '.THE. iBASHFORD-BURMISTER COMPANY; Presoott, J w. wnsos & co. CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES. JUST LANDED iiRiSPKISmil SEASONABLE. GOODSLOW PBICES . EVERYTBCHSTG FOB MEN'S WE AR. FURNISHING GOODS. J. W. WILSON & CO GOLDEN EAGLE HOTEL, Formerly Exchange Baloon and Lodgng IIoobo. Q-ranite Street, Corneq? G-urley. MARTIN MAIER, Proprietor. "!..; Xargo Airy Rooms. Best Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Anheuser-Busch Beer, Wholesale and Retail. PRICES MODERATE." Bestaurant Connected with Hotel. Cold German .Lunches Specialty. . - & V f i9L. ' m - i ' is reserved by " v Arizona.' If 3 , ? -.4. i. THE ARIZONA JOURNA I. P. SMffl ft C HOTEIi BUUKK BbOCK, Montezuma St., PRESCOTT, AltlZ EurnisHing GOODS BOOTS. SHOES, HATS, f FBooks, Statiouery Jfaucjr Goods, Etc Etc. PMCES BEDUCED ! ! O. JL. FEED' YABP. CGixJ Cxfi Hushk fur Um jUcwmocttotoB Trveirr The 0. K STOEE K h sti wj'iJy of Greneral Mercbandiso which k bnhn; koU k, KwUchh 1'rk. Kelt's FarslslMg CM 4s, Ikftfi A Urge tax...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 20 April 1892

THE ARIZONA -JOURNiyMINER-Sl3TPPX.EMENT AN EXPENSIVE. LLSSON. Still tho Old Driver Kelt Thu He Had Cared the Hereon or Balking. It is pleasant to succeed in what wo undertake, but success is. some times purchased at too high a price. A, farmer had two very handsome horses, of whoso excellent Qualities ho was very proud; but unfortunate ly they had acquired the reprehen sible habit of balking, whieh at times caused their Ood master much an noyance. One warm day in Aucrust he was driving to town with a load of hay, It was not only an unusually large load, but tho hay was of fine quality, and the farmer felt an honest pride in driving through tho village with it. Just as ho arrived at the top of the kaoU that looked down, upon the nmin thoroughfare, a long street, liss&pa either side with stores and shops, tho horses came to a dead standstill and refused to. move an other inch, either kind words nor the moderate application of tho whip. had tho slightest effect and the farmer-was 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. — 27 April 1892

4RT701VA I b HE PHI n HVF I HV Ilk X. tt-T VYTT NO 2 k -Vltl'.ONA MIXKK. KstublUhed Mnrcli 0, 180. VUL.AMA - tAKIZOXA.JOlTltAI ICstahlUhcd WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER PRESC0TT,AttIZ0iTA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1802. -Y1UZ0NA JOUENAJlL-MINER POWER PRINTING i HOUSE. r-v. Arlioim lounial-Mlicp U publirhod XI ..Y 11 V rOMPLKXION rublislied every Wednivday. at? l'rescott, tl c i avaiwu counu . a rojirletor. cr.imtv scat J. C. 3IAKXIX, E.lltor mi TEEMS: Dadr. ieryear, in advance f en, per vwok. - r Weekly, per year... Weekly, ix month. ,Yecl-ly, Uiroc months y WImitIa ninr .,..-.....--. -Advcrtidiig Hales made kimvrn on ap.ili . .. . ... Ma ..Him or at UiO following aoincie. Psdiuer Alley, Tribuno l.uiUrjnr, New York, l-ftlmw A ltT. 8m Fraeieco. l. r. Fislior, Mereliant 8 Exchange, t ran C.H"v. . , .. 'i Where the pajier i ke;t on tile,- 510 00 100 4 00 2 SO 1 10 ilics- Secret Societies. V IVAN HOE COMMANDEUY No. a, 1 j.'M I f3 UTS TEMl'LA It. Stated conl cUv first Friday of ench montl u rilgr iin...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 27 April 1892

1 i MS-. .1 ' 1 h - 1 ARIZONA JUUK NAMLINER ,1. C. MAUTIN, Kdltor ami Vrop'r. WEDNESDAY APRIL 27,3892. nmxoniAU notes. Tho Wyoming war uewsaro rather uxciting. Hill voted with tho silvor mou re cently in tho senate. Earthquakes aro still reported shaking up various portions of Call foruia. A Washington telegram says that Governor Irwin, of this torritory, has resigned on account of his extensive private interests east. Phenix has a potrified man on ex hibition. Tho territorial demo cratic convention ought to elect him as delegate to Chicago. Pattison's trolley has slipped off tho presidential wire, and his friends aro trying to replace tho lost power with a storago battery. No wonder Ravochal is an auarch ist. Tho police havo discovered that his grand father, great grand fathor, and great, groat grand fathor woro all hanged. Phenix papers aro booming E. B. Kirldand for tho position of secre tary of tho territory. Mr. Kirkland has been privato secretary to Secro t ary Murphy for abou...

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 April 1892

11 . Why o Anxiously 41 The prestige of the Royal Baking Powder and its constant success are :ern to envious competitors. It is noted that advertisements of other baking iowders are filled with representation against the lonest claims as to their That the Royal Baking Powder makes finer, whiter, sweeter, more wholesome cookery, the Sadies who have tried other kinds are willing to testify and tell their neighbors; this fact is a sserious concern to all competitors. The superb quality of the Royal Baking Pow- fder, over and above all 'manifest as when tried in comparison. It has greater strength and does not deteriorate with &ge, the last spoonful in ias the first. All over this country the "Royal'.' has the lead ; this is why envious of its sale and labout it mx WEDNESDAY'S -UAILV. District court was in session to- I- fohn Lawler wont out to the Hill- this morning. , M. Doo, the well known attor- r of Flagstaff, is in town. 'erritorial G. A. R. encampment . meet in Proscott to-mo...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 27 April 1892

f Vv 53 I, k u It... H' Pi if i? t F THE COLONEL'S DAUGHTER. Ucr AVlt Devised tlio Clever Strutnrsi Tbnt Won Her Hiiml U IjwI. A bold Kentucky colonel was tlio fathor of a lovely daughter who loved a uico young man. in all respects un ohjectiouaMo. All tho girls and matrons in fao country sympathised with tho lovers, and tho gossips pro nounced it tho happiest affair in tho , lino of marrying that had been heard tit for a long time. But tho colonel tvas an, obstinate man. Tho more lie heard of tlio court ship tho raoro lio sworo that ho would havo no such puppy for a son-in-law, and tlio young man got into such a stato that ho was afraid to see his betrothed except surreptitiously, and both wcro afraid to open the subject to tho colonel. Happily, whon tho path of true lovers does not run smooth, owing to tho opposition of a cruel parent, tho misery of tlio situation heightens tho delight, and so tho wretched, happy couple went on day by day as tens of thousands havo dono before. Tho...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 27 April 1892

THE ARIZONA JOURN ALflNER SUPPLE MENT " V" 3r -5 t V 1 KT 5 " I Assay Office KSTAKMSIIKD 1878. E. STAHL, Assayer and Metallurgical Chemist Asstyiig f Every KM ORE d 'Analyses of Minorals, jraruacerroaucis, cia .5 4 ' 1-t"5 - "This Space is roservod by ' THE BASHFORD-BURMISTER COMPANY Prescott, Arizova. TESTS MADB (QsalltaUw or QnantluUre) of i ii. . rji Mil, V-"' W Mr OtRW BWU. Charges as Low as Careful Work will Permit. PRESCOTT ARIZONA BOOM! BOOM!!! BOOM!!! That l vrkxt jr mJm iatltfAU. btfac fnlljr ww hundred per cval tRorotk&a tity wrn at thk -oa liot wer. I dtre to expm my apiweJ tioo of the liberal ratroanrt of Bar (rjoailis juui th pnbUa iuuI witli rarwl coufklwcw Js hi? ability tu pKxw ami taemMnl faclliti 1 aw rwoltM that aa gtbuw hU uffw; better or cfeerr kvckU ia raj llao. Mr FRUITS, NUTS, CANDIES cort. 1 hat vfe QUt KJeed lkstur, tr(ctlr S2tr Allow hp tuiala to tbAak j-ou for tat faror ami klmlly volktt a cobUhbI iro of yoar litroavif. T. 3f. EARNHART. Two Door Soa&a...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 27 April 1892

the xtfifzbtti5: HOW TO WATER HORSES. The Animals Can Xlvo for Days Wlthoat Food, but Not Without Drink. A horso can live twenty-five days without solid food, merely drinking water. Seventeen days without eat ing or drinking and only five days when eating solid food without drink ing. An idea prevails among horse men that a horse should never bo watered oftener than threo times a day or in twenty-four hours. This is not only a mistaken idea, but a brutal practice. A horse's stomach is extremely sensitive and will suffer under the least interference, causing a f overish condition. Feeding a horso principally on grain and driving it five hours without water, is liko giving a man salt mack eral for dinner and not allowing him to drink before supper time very unsatisfactory for the man. If you know anything about the caro of horses and havo any sympathy for them, water them as often as they want to drink, once an hour if possi ble. By doing this you will bo a bene factor to yourself, as...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 4 May 1892

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINE VOT , XXIX NO 3 ?rlJf:n. KaUbllHliMl March 9. 1804.) VULi.AMA i.J u JAKIZOXA JOUKNAI,, Kstabllslicd 1874. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1892. i i . - - HISTORY OF DOLLS. I " : ARIZONA JOUMAL-MNER POWER PRINTING HOUSE. Tho Arlionu Journnl-Hlner is published everyday in the year ecpt Sunday. The Arliona 'Weekly Journal-Miner is published every Wednesday, at Prescott, the county soot of Yavapai county. J. C. MARTIX, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS: Dally, per year, inadvanoe f 10 00 Pally, per month 1 00 Daily, delivered by carrier to city subscrib ers, per week 25 Weeklr. per year 4 00 Weekly, nix months 2 50 Weekly, three months 1 25 Single copy 10 t&A.d Terming Rates made fcnown on applica- A. LADY WITH COMPLEXION tioc to this office or at the louowing agencies: rainier illey, Tribune HuUiung, l Palmer 4 Key. San rtancisco. L. P. Ksher, Merchant' Exchange, Cisco. Where the paper U kept on file. Secret Societies. evr iorfc. Fran- r TVAXHOE COMMANDE...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 4 May 1892

ARIZONA JOUBNAL-MjNEB J. C. MAKTIX." Editor and PropT. WEDNESDAY MAY 4, 1892. on EDITORIAL NOTES. Perry Belmont pins his laith Hill's nomination. Providouco wont against tho dom ocrats in Rhodo Island. The democratic houso is in favor of free wool. That's about as far as it will over get. A religious denomination callod tho People's church, has been started at Topeka, Kansas. Now York republicans are for Harrison. Tho stato will irivo its vote to hinx in Noveinbor too. Tho Republican National loaguo convention will bo held at Buffalo, Now York, tho last week in June. The city of Providence, in which G. Cleveland made his only speech. showed tho largest republican gains. Colorado republicans do not favor tho re-nomination of Harrison on ac count of his attitude on tho silver question. Tombstone has redeemed tho last of her city bonds. Sho has an out standing indebtedness in warrants amounting to 515,000. xexas nas a prohibition ticket m tho field. A prohibition party in Texas will fl...

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. — 4 May 1892

ROYAL IS THE Best Baking- Powder The Official Government Reports: The United States Government, after elaborate tests, reports the Royal Baking Powder to be of greater leavening strength than any other. (Bul letin 13, Ag. Dep., p. 599 J The Canadian Official Tests, recently made, show the Royal Baking Powder highest of all in leaven ing strength. ( B ullctin o,p.i 6, Inland Rev. Dep.) In practical use, therefore, the Royal Baking Powder goes further, makes purer and more perfect food, than any other. Government Chemists Certify: "The Royal Baking powder is composed. of pure and wholesome ingredients. It does not contain either alum or phos phate?, or other injurious substances. Edward G. Lovjc, Pk. D." 'The Royal Baking Powder is undoubtedly tic purest and most idiable baking uowr !Viijiubttc. " Henry A. Mott, M. D.. Ph. Thr Royal Baking Powder is purest in quality an' high est in strength of any baking powder of whkh I have knowledge. 44 Wm. McMuRTRIh, Ph. D." From Fbidat's Daily. ...

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. — 4 May 1892

IMPS. " We pinch tho flowers, wo pine tho crass. Wo Ball tho sapling's strength; Wo set tho lover and his laaa At odd suspicion's length; Tho authors of all til aro we In city. Add and sky A cradlo sworn conspiracy To sot tho world awry. Beneath tho toadstool rJl night lone Wo brow our wicked broth; The greening bubbles rlso and throac And curdlo Into froth; Then forth wo go when morn appears. And scatter on tho breeze Drudges and hates and spites and fears. And ogling jealousies. Oar king Is slim, or queen is sly. Oar councilors aro vain; , Our workmen wink and drink and pry. And honost work disdain; Xo silly custom chains our ways Caprice oar only law; We chatter gossip all our days. And mock the parson's saw. When cloyed with cunning, dressed la state Wo hold a motley fair. And apo tho manners of the great, And lounge and strut and stare; Wo dangle all our ornaments. And hawk somo drawling talc. And nod and grin and glvo assents. And yawn tho thing is stale. Of all tho world we t...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 4 May 1892

' ' - ' THE ARIZONA JOURNALrMiyERStj ; I ' " DISCIPLINE. A C PICNIC AT SELINK .... , ,mn ... n.TTTT-'r ' ' - A. Mr Wo Is f uH of sccutwl fruits; My cardoa blooas vritli stocks and dorea; Yet o'er tfce wall niy fancy shoots And hankers after harsher tores. AM why my foolish heart repines Was I not housed withla a waste? Taese velvet Sowers anil slrap wises Are s weet, but are eot.to my taste. A howllag moor, a tvattled hut, A piercing siBok of soddea peat, Tae savor of a resect nut, Woald make my weary petMs beat. Oh. stupid brain that blladly swerves! Oh, heart that strives not, nor eadurec! Siaee flowers are hardships to year Decree. . . Thaak hearea a pmlea lot is years! Edmuad Geese la AtheBteasu Hew Crwmi Acquired Ills Wealth. Ope of the strangest businesses in ancient Roaio is mentioned by Juve nal in his Satires. It consisted of ' baying bouses on tiro. Tho specula tor hurried to the scone, attended by riavee carrying bags of money and other carrying tools, judged the chances ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 4 May 1892

HILL S Hardware Store and Tin Slit HAS IN STOCK Wagon Covers, Tents, Fire Arms, A.MMTJ3STXTIOJST, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, Lamps, Crockery and Glassware. Mining and Assay Supplies -AGENCY SAFETY NITEO POWDEE - : ACORN AERMOTOR r Mr. J. E. STEKTON, an Eastern mechanic of experience, is in charge of the Tin Shop. The best of workmanship on Pipe Work and Ireneral dob wore, at the lowest pnees is guaranteed. J. L. I CornerMonteztima and Groodwirt PEESCOTT, : : : AJRIZOjSTA. BARGAIN DAY I "WILL discount for cash 10 per cent off my regular prices on all merchandise in stores, only excepting groceries anc grain, which arealready down to BEDROCK! Now is you- time to buy Furniture, Glassware, Hats, Boots and Shoes furnishing Goods, UJockory, It lower 1'ots, etc AT jFISECER'S BLOCK. J W. WHSOE & CO. CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES. ."" .---3 -JUST LA.1STT3ET3- )1IESPIIII(j SEASONABLE GOODS LOW PBICES. 4 ' EV3EHYTBIaSrGr FOB MEISTS' WEAE. n FURNISHING GOODS. .! . W. WILSON & C0 PHOTOGRAPHS sJend ITo...

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. — 11 May 1892

. . r . ii I ail 1 1 i- H'aTn n im rwiMMiniaiaaMHaaMMaaaanjaMMMir I i M lB H' ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL 55" V- - . m i i; i VOL.XXIX-NO 4 ARIZONA MINKH. Kstabllshed March , IAK1ZONAJOUUNAI., Established 1874. J PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MAY II. 1892. oAVtu bY A niciu i r - " : - i " , AEEONA JOURNAL-MINER POWER PRINTING HOUSE. laeArlsoaa Jouraal-MIner Is published terr dar in 0e Ir except Sunday. r.e Arises Weekly Journl-Iluer U nabasaed erer Wedliesday, at Prescott, the coaaty seat ol Xarapal oonnty. j. C. MASTXK, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS: Daily, per year, laadrance f 10 00 Bally, per month. 100 Daily, JeiiTwml by earner to city subscrib ers, per f& 25 Wfekfoper $tr... 4 00 Weekly, six moatas 2 50 "Weekly, tareo moallu 1 25 Single copy 10 jjf Adrertisinz Bate made known oa applica tion to thk office or at tha follonintf agencies: Palaier&Rer, Tritwao ItuildLo. New York. l"alawr A Ksr. San Francisco. It P. Fisher, AlsrcBaat'a Exchange, Fraa ciaOO, , . , Wbere the paper ...

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. — 11 May 1892

ARIZONA JOUBNAL-MINER J. C. atAKTIST, Kill tor ami Vrop'r. WEDNESDAY MAY 11, 1S92. Tho democrats ns usual wero vic torious in Phenix last Tuesday at the municipal election. Tho Re publican says, "the doiuocrats elected their councilman by a scratch." Taking into cousidoration tho big majority of voters that tho demo crats have in Phenix tho only hopes of ever electing a republican official in tho town would bo hy a groat many scratches and democrats rarely scratch their tickots. Tho Chineso who have boon wait ing on tho border until to-day, May Gth, when tho old exclusion act ex pired, hoping to got across tho Hue, will find a now exclusion act as a barrier between them and tho green pastures they imagine awaits them in this country. Tho now bill ro enacts the old law with some changes more binding and covers a period of auother ton years. Tho bill was signed by President Harrison yes terday;. Thero are opportunities for the charitably disposed to bestow their charity on famine suff...

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. — 11 May 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report KM ABSOLUTELY PURE Pom Wednesday's Daily. Winter is with us again. The public schools of Phenix have closed. Eastern Star lodge meets to-mor row night. One TTfirmau lolt on tins morn ing's train. Hev. CL F. Bovard left on this morning's train. Dr. J. M. Marshall left for Flag staff this morning. Deostrict Skule First rehearsal this evening at M. E. church. Attend the entertainment at the opera house next Friday night. Ed. Wagoner, proprietor of the Castle creek stage line, is iu town. Memorial day will soon be hero. How about its observauco in Pros cottt ThoCitv Feed Yard under the mauagemeut of Hobbs & is doing a good business. Hoajjland There was quite a heavy snow fall, last night. This is uuusual weather for this season of the year. The Bull's Head club wjll give their annual dinner next Sunday on their reservation west of town. J. H. Loo yesterday fixed up his : bonds on a contract for disinterring : tho remains o...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 11 May 1892

stiH'l with Lett. An Axnorlcan traveler Is responsible for tho following story: Ono day when wo were traveling by steamboat on tlic river Elbo uiy father Kit down on a large wooden chest; but lie had not occupied this post long be fore ho found that a quantity of yellow stuff was oozing out below on the deck. Ho had been sitting on n box of eggs. Beating a hasty retreat to tho ex trcnio end of the boat he began to ad mire tho scenery, when an old woman, tho owner of the eggs, found him out and insisted on his purchasing tho wholo case. My father apologized, but explained that as wo should only stop ono night in Dresden it would bo im possible for him to make uso of fifteen hundred eggs. Tho old woman was irato and we uncomfortable, but pres ently tho captain appeared, saying po litely: "I think you were sitting on that box of eggs." "Tes." "I fear that somo of tho eggs by ac cident wero broken." "Possibly." "I fear tho owner has suffered loss." "Possibly." 4 'Would it not bo possibl...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 11 May 1892

4 .' flThis'SnacO is i THE -BASHFORD-jBURMISTER COMPANY , Prescott, UAWHIWPA YTAIM' QTIfl' 111" WJiat will become ol our Boys if j we do not teach, tem trades. We certainly cannot, if we send away" for all o oui? maiiixfaetixmng goods. To stop, as far as possible ?thfe im porting of TI X W And to give employment to lz yuart (jalvanizea Water Buckets tor 5Qc No. 1 Galvanized Wasli IMade by CROOK MARION, an Arizona Boy. -Quality of Goods and Workmanship guaranteed. SAM HILL. J. Q. STEPHENS, E "HOME" MAEKET o'MAI.T.EY & PRESCOTT, f - 1 ? - -V resern by Arizona . U 4 ? liVU A EE! OUR OWN ROYS, I offer Tiibs ttUU 1111 u JdJacli l.OQ Eacli. GHA8. O'MALLEY STEPHENS,' A.RIZ01srA.. W - THE ARIZONA JOURNMNE JAKE IMS THE WHOLESALE HQUOH Mrrcliant, la now located iniitiw quartern m Gurley st, for V""' over ady and wiiUng to dispcuHd tbo beat awl wwixw urnnus oi LiiiM, Wines, Gips rcmldtpti ally invito n cxtiminatlon of my poods, to quality and price, from he trade in every cainp. JAKE MAItK...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 11 May 1892

THE ABIZONA JOURNAIi-MINEH-UPPLEMENT " " tl I a Genius. John," said a lawyer in one of the big buildings down town one day, "run into Mr. Jones' offico and tell himrdliko to see him for a minute or two." "Yes, sir," answered John. Mr. Jones' offico adjoined that of the lawyer. Indeed Mr. Jones' desk and that of the lawyer's were within ten feet of each other, and if tho wall that separated them hadn't beon to thick, and if the lawyer hadnt been so dignified, he might himself, by shouting, have informed Mr. Jones that he wanted to see him. Now it wouldn't have taken John more than a quarter of a minnto to go to Mr. Jones' offico and the jour ney would not have fatigued him, but the offico telephone was still nearer. So John called up and had Central give him Mr. Jones' office, and when ho got Mr. Jones' offioo Mr. Jones happened to answer tho call, and John told Mr. Jones that Mr. Robinson, the lawyer, wished to see him. "What Mr. Robinson?" asked Mr. Jones. "The next door Mr. Robins...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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