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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 18 May 1892

Vf , v :,-. 51.. m -i i 1 ZONA MINER. T XTA r. J AKXZONA M1NKR, Established Mreh . .l YlU'.XXlX KO 5 iAKIZONAJOUIWAX.. Established 1S7. f PRESCOTT, ARIZONA,- WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1892. PRICE, TEN" CENTS ' p:" WEEKLY JOURNAL- ail Mi rat ItT. anil 1 brif thetiei alcr. Per ,A1 tcrB JLRioNA JOUBNAL-MINER n "tLca 3&srka3llr paaUsned w 4 a; of Istk cox-ty-J T K-U:ri tlli.r d Proprietor. r - vv.-w ;v:.y.v.vi r-stM . S .;- -:::::::::::: s 136 10 vtienteUu v- it r. ivp v eieeo. - .... . . i Secret Societies. i ifrfcUv of eaeh mouth. Pikrlm S. K. Sare&.Seeeriler. -A lZTLAILODQK No. J. P. A A. XL of etch xaoaUi. SJJKma,' utMMr CHAPXEU. R. A. M. Ncv. 2. utcl ooasaakatioa tke fint , toatwod. Vruiitat Committee-ft. ;.Tndriela,AO. (Hirer, Gold water T 0; a F. ARIZONA LODGE No. 1. A Hccslar aetinc of tkk lodaa t Wedseaday emiitac at Odd Fallewa'UalL gMewBiac brvtna Tarr nedneaaay tmiu at t the orier In food ataadtBC are cordially inTital REESE M. LlNQ. Nobla Graad. . Exnxx, Beoordiac SacreUrr...

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. — 18 May 1892

ARIZONA JOUENAL-MINEB J. CMAUT1N, Editor and 1'rop'r. 'WEDNESDAY MAY 18, 1892. ; ritOMISCVOUS l'AUDOXJ, ..The Phouii Republican aunouu . oes that '-Governor Murphy has de cided that promiscuous pardons will . not hereafter bo granteu bv tho ex ocutivo department of tho territory. - and will, from tho present time, bo ' . governed by tho following rules aud regulations which must be complied ,-nui iu mu ictier utuuru action will betaken: sso application lor paruon or - . commutation of sentence will ro- . foive attention unless notico of said application has first been published lor at least two weeks m some uauy or weekly paper in tho county whero . conviction was had, tnoreuy auora - ing opportunity for protests, proof Oi which publication must accom pany application. ''All petitions for pardon should bear the signature of the judge who sentenced the "prisoner, the attorney . who prosecutod the caso, two-thirds . of tho iury who brought in tho vor - ' - diet of conviction, and by 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. — 18 May 1892

Highest of all in Leavening PowerLatest U. S. Gov't Report saSaSB aSLm. Lr v ABSOLUTELY PURE Pom Wednesdays Dailt. The weather continues disagree- tiy wmuy. "Wm. Dulin returned yesterday from his trip east. C. J. Helm, of Williamson valley, wasia town to-day. Wm.H.Deany,of Walnut creek, was in town to-day. Tickets for the Doestrick Skule are meeting with a rapid sale. Father Quetu will leave tomorrow for a short visit to Phenix. One of the escapes from the ter ritorial prison has been recaptured. Johnny Coyle's second trial, on a charge of battery, took place to day. Who has lost a secret society badge! See notice of Found in this issue. Supervisor A. A. Moore left for his home at Walnut Grove this afternoon Miss Birdie Butler, of Prescott. has opened a private school at Wal nut Grove. Ed. Cameron, aged 38 years, died yesterday at iho county hospital, of dysentery. liOOK ei iWC, iaBire9WHJonw") have;ust received a large stock of new jewelry. 3r. H. H. Warner and T. A. Bick srd retur...

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. — 18 May 1892

C AN OVERZEALOUS POLICEMAN. n Kaiip the Doorbell Because Tie Bkk Sond Story "Window Open. It is not often that a policeman can bo charged with devoting him self too assiduously to his business. Just how a policeman puts in his time is ono of tho mysteries that have thus far proved impenetrable. It is known that ho walks up and tlown tho streets that compose his beat in a leisurely manner; that on r cold day ho occasionally swings his arms in order to stir up the sluggish circulation of his blood; that ho accounts himself highly fa vored among men if there is with in his bailiwick a peanut stand from which he can filch a toothsome morsel or two each time ho passes it; that at night he is fond of fumbling doorknobs, in the belief that ho is thus preventing high crimes and mis demeanors by burglars and men of that kidney: and that every now and then ho brings his club down on tho sidewalk with a resounding thwack, which strikes terror to the soul of every cat in tho neighbor hood, but ...

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. — 18 May 1892

ft . 1 THE ARIZONA JOURNAIMINKR-UPPLEXilSNT , - - - - - i i wi ft i,r ' ' 1 " " 1 1 ' " ' ' ' " " ' ' mm mmm '3t "WHEN MY SHIP COMES' IN. -When my skip comes In." runs the youae man's soat:, "Wb&t tear things shall I do With the strength of mrwoaU"1 acdUl5 ous throne ... Of friends stout hearted and true. He watches and waits 'neath storjn and sun. Br tha shore of his lire's broad km. And the days or his youth are duickly tu, Yet never a s&U spies he. "My ship has gone downl" in soberer strain Slaastbeawn. and to duty turns. Betegets the ship in his toll and paia. And no looser his young hope trams. Tt again by tho fihore he stands BTowa old With the course of his years well spent, fiA gulag out on the deep-behold A dim ship landward bentl No Banner she flics, no soaga are bora From her decks as sho nears the land; BTJeat with sail all somber and torn Shefa sale at last by the strand. And lei To the man's old age she has brought Not the treasure ho thought to win. Bat hoBor,...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 18 May 1892

1 lltfll - GorhevMontezuma and- Good-vrin PEESCOTT, : : : AJtiZ02STA.. . aafalaaw aaesal BjAiRaAIN. DAY a 51 1 ' '" 5' -V5fcv HI I WILL discount for cash 1Q percent off iny regular prices on all merchandise in stores, only excepting groceries anc grain, which, arejalready down to j bedrock:! "Now is youi time to buy Furniture, Glassware, Hatfe, Boots and Shoe 4 ' Furnishing Goods, CJOckorjiJjiower rots, etc- A.A.T. FISHER'S BLOCK. . j w. w mm CLOTHINGl HATS, SHOES. JUST LA-iSTDED f 4 STOCK Hi? SEASONABLE GOODS LQW PRICES. DEERYTIISra FOR MBNSAVAJR. FUENISHING GOODS. J. W. WILSON & CO Kelly & Stephens! WHOLESALE AND &IEIlSriTILIEIMEI2Sri'ISl . Closing and Fuimhing Goods Oregon City Cawimere Clothing, ami Flanel Underwear. BDGKUAH k HECHTS Unrivalled Manaraetare or BOOTS AND SHOES A NEW AND ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF J ' Standard, Poets and Stationery !'! ' J . SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. J. Q. STEPHENS. THE 'HOMB" MAEIET -. M . i ' O'MALLEY & Who esa e and Reta Bu PHOTOGRAPHS...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 25 May 1892

ARIZONA J 0 T J R N AL -r-rrT VYTY WA fi (AltlZONA MINKK, Kstabllshril Mnrvlt t, 1804.) YUJU.Ai-l-V LIU u AUIZONA JOL'HXAl.. Kstithllshol IH74. J PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1892. PRICE, TEN CENTS WEEKLY mmmmm ---, IMMHI - MB MINER! . "' ' J- r - i " ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER power PRiyrrao house. ft.- Prison Journal-Miner is published o-rv lUy in the jw except Sund&j. 'iS.TtriiM Weekly Journal-Miner is ""-. - . ir.:..l.. . !. at Prescott, the of YaTanai COtlBly. J. ."- - - - C MARXISi .oiior 11111 s-roprieior. TERMS: Pally, per jw, inadrance $10 00 Daily, per month. ...... ..................... w DsLUj.aeliwml by earner to city snbscnb- ermper rwk..... . r Weekly, per yer... W Weekly, six inoaths...... .-. 2 60 Weekly, three months 1 25 Singlecopy iu rr?AdvtiaK Rates Wo known on applica tive this oce or at the follow Palmer & Ky. Tribune ltnddim;, New iork. I 'aimer it Iter. Ban Francisco. Whore the paper fa kept on file. Secret Societies. TYAXHOE COMMANDERY No. a. cU...

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. — 25 May 1892

ARIZONA JOURNAWlR .I.C.JMKTI.V, Killtir ami lTop'r. WEDNESDAY MAY 25, 1892. A Washington telegram says that President Harrison says ho does not want a ronomination which could even to a dogreo bo charged to tho influeuco of Federal ollico-holders. The World's Fair building will dedicated and tho fair formally October 12th this year. It will thou bo closed until May, 1S93, when it will booponed to visitors. Germany is opposed to bi-motal-istn. If England, France, tho Uuitod Stales and a few others of tho prin cipal powers agreo on a silver stand ard, Germany can bo loft out of it. Tho democratic Chicago Times sa3s that the chorus of tho Cleveland ox-oflico-holders is very loud, but altogothor illusive. Tho situation demands a man who will succeed, not a man who has failed. Tho investigation by tho capital commission of Now Mexico indi cates that tho causes of tho destruc tion of the capital building wore: First, incendiarism, and second, neglect of tho water company to keep tho press...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 25 May 1892

wap - . - iii ii mi , .i m fti&. . Mm 1t1ILtaiMiirttfMMMMMBMMaMMMMIBMM Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report H r Hk Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE into a number of Proscottites Ik nut. in Wliinnlrt thnA lnrnlv nings to witness dress parade. oy speak very highly ol the- band, Mil 11 ir 1 nu iiafir i iinr 1112 r iai ti tioned at Whipple. Che legless professional beggar, K was arrested for being drunk a m or two since, was released from yesterdavaud pulled out for tho atth on this morning's stage. trawborries are going to wasto in Xenix, while hero m Prescott, only miles away, we would gladly e twenty -nu cents a box ior m, but ca not get them. At H 1 I il 11 1. Been corns a dox mev wouiu ue oputy Marshal V. L. Gray re- ied yesterday iroui an oinciai along the A. & P. railroad as west as Needles. He came over line of tho now railroad now un- construction, and says there are reen 00 and KK) men at work L. Ernst still remains in asemi-un- iscious condition, ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 25 May 1892

LOCAL BUSINESS MENTION. Some Interesting: Classes of Items For Headers. Al A Circulating Library at Ford's. I he latest .Novels. tf Call for the, PAT cigar at tho Montezuma Saloon. tf New Bakory restaurant and bakery Las moved to tho Somnar House, tf For a good cigar go to tho Gem Cigar store, in tho Montezuma Saloon building. j2tf "Stargo," "Orange. Blossom," and Mercantile. Cigars can bo bought only at Aitken's Cigar Store. tf Imported cigars 12 cents each, at tiio .keystone Saloon. Charles Bice, proprietor. tf Fino Imported Cigars just recoiv ed at Ford's. These cigars are ex cellent. tf Lomp's Extra pale lager beer on draught at the Montezuma Saloon, 5 cents per glass. tl Try one of tho "Channuon" "Ci gars at Aitken's. A new brand and a daisy. tf Fresh Candies received each week atAitkons. Finest assortment in town. tf T 11 a i wan not De responsible lor any bills contracted except on written order. Win. Dulin. tf f Sample those delicious Fresh Juice Candies that are on sale at ...

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. — 25 May 1892

MODERN ARCADIA. , Swt to the Simple XJereu -j fTut and Crime Unfcaewa. Inmytranipingsabout the island duii rri r- . .... w fanuere nomas, rrum mis i a that all methods of agricul- . ViMnfiflft labor were of thA f - primitive sort and that there i no idle folk in Majorca. Out- ' labor of some kind is continuous he rear round. All the women spin, or basket of oranges, with the whole some wines of the country, are ever ready for the friend or .stranger's coming. I thought I had partaken of that drink of the gods, horchata, in Cuba. It is simply the pulverized kernels of the almond, to which water and sugar are added. Here where the fection every housewife preserves huge jars of the finest nuts forThor chata. The old mortar and pestle are kero for their grinding. The shells and brown husks are removed and quarts of the snowy powder are liter ally "leached," the creamy liquid filtering slowly through. Thensenora or senorita adds a spice of flavor, tamarind or pomegranate, or perhaps a da...

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. — 25 May 1892

" . , ; " ,m' mnRNAL-MINER-SOTPLEMENT ME IMS THK WHOLESALE LIQUOB Merchant Im now located In niwr nuHrtr on Gurlef it for iho couvmieiioo of customer cady aad willing to dispense the tt and beat brand of J FISHER ' Some rX)CA!IlOSIXKSS3IESTIoy, Interesting It"1 For Al Classes of Headers. r Library at Ford's. 11 A Circulating J Thi latest NovoiSr PRESCOTT, Liquors, Wines, Cigars I would Mila!ly Iuvft an rxnuiinatioo or my poods, a to quality Md rate, from Betr8d.iut.wrriuin, JAKE MA11KM. . Wholftwltfr foeloalTlr. rWwrr, A. T. ELITE HOP LEE & CO., Proprs. 1?INESTBd Uwt ivtannnt la rrtw0. lTjat Ho.ni for r"hrailIH or for rYtnte , I'artlrH. Hh. OytirniiiitiamufkllUaii In . . . it i t .1 7 Klujrlw MvU aoe aMirrjiKH, Wl.QO Two Lady Waiters. Chinoso Charley, Cook. WTh tbli supplied with th Ut tfe mukft GrlfilB ef tti lUsHiun NhhutrI. SBaiTB. Beach, in his treatise on tho alphabet, nuinerala and charac ters, says: I will now give yon some observations on tho origin of tho Ro man numeral...

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. — 1 June 1892

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL- MINER. VOL.XXIX-NO 7 AEIZOiVA JOUENAL-iUINEK POWER PRINTING 110USK. Tho Arlxona Journal-Miner is published every day in tho year except Sunday. The ArUon Weekly Journal-Miner ia published every Wednesday, at Preooott, tho county scat ol lavapai connty. v J. C. MAKTIX. Kdltor nml Proprietor. TEKX1S: D.iily, per year. In advance $jo CO Duly, per month 1 CX) Daily, delivemt by earner to city snbecrib- erc. per vrcefc Weekly. rT year Weekly, nix months Weekly, three months Single cony 25 4 00 2 SO 1 25 10 t3erAilvertl!dnit Kate mado known on atiplica tiim to this office or at the following nsencie: Palmer A-Key, Tribune Huilding, New York. Palmer & Key. San rancueo. L. P. Fisher, Merchant 8 Exchango, Fran Where the paper is kept on file. Secret Societies. TVANHOK COMM.VNDEKY No. 3 TEMPLAlt. Stated eon X KMGirTSTEMPLAH. clave firrt Friday of each month. Pilgrim , A. Q. OL.1YEK, E. a 8. E. Reiqht, Ilecorder. sir hniniu courioousuv- inTiieu. A ZTLAN LODGE, No. 1...

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. — 1 June 1892

Iff! iu? AltlZONA JOURNAL-MINER .1. C. MAltTlX, Editor and Pron'r. WEDNESDAY JUNE 1, 1892. Marcus A. Smith has commenced writing explanatory loiters. Henry Wat torsou defeated Cleve land in tho Kentucky convention. Various uowspapors of the Pacific coast aro industriously ongaged just now in knocking tho Santa Fo rail road systom into smitheroons by producing a serious caso of rupture in its abdominal parts. Tho story first started in Donvor, aud is to tho offect that O. P. Huntington and Jay Gould aro about to buy up tho Atlantic & Pacific road, and leave tho great .Santa Fo systom with a mobster line of road in tho middlo of tho continout, and a small piece on tho Pacific coast, to wiggle along without any umbilical cord in tho center to connect thorn together. This would indoed bo a "sad fato for this great road to moot with, . but wo ipthor suspect that such a con tingency is vory romoto. Wo do not happen to bo on tho insido in regard to tho management of tho Santa Fo, but 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. — 1 June 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report RoYal ABSOLUTELY PURE Fom Wedxesdat's Daily. Attend the Fourth of July meot-ingto-night. Frank Andrews is quite sick with tpnsilitis. F. M. Murphy will leave tomorrow morning for a visit east on business. Tom Stevens, the young cowboy of Williamson valley, was in town today. JackShull has moved into his new livery stable on the south side of the plaza. S. Hill and Captain Townsond have returned from a visit to the Yarnell mine. Thunder and lightning in May are rare here, but to-day was one of the exceptions. The highest temperature recorded for the season at Whipple this year was 87 degrees. G. A. B. Memorial services will bo held at the Episcopal church next Sunday evening. J. Q. Stephens will shortly ship 500 head of steers from Williamson valley to California. Wm. Black, a miner in the Brad shaws, had his leg broken recently, by a premature blast. Everybody should put their shoul- j der to the wheel and help along the F...

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. — 1 June 1892

i4 LOCAL BUSINESS MENTION. Some Interesting: . Classes of Items For Headers. Al A Circulating Library at Ford's. ; Tho latest Novels. tf Call for tho PAT cigar at tho ilontezttma Saloon. tf New Bakery restaurant and bakery has moved to tho Somnar House, tf The "Milk Shako" is in town, at mo ..Mountain fJity Drug Store, iu cents. tf For a good cigar go to tho Gom Cigar store, in tho Montezuma Saloon building. j2tf "Stargo," "Orange Blossom," and y Jlorcantuo Cigars can bo bought only at Aitkon's Cigar Store, tf Imported cigars 12i cents each, at . tho Keystone Saloon. Charles luce, proprietor, tf - Fiuo Imported Cigars just receiv ed at .torus, 'lheso cigars aro ex cellent. tf -. " Lemp's Extra palo lager boor on - draught at tho Montezuma Saloon, t cents per glass. tf ,. Tryono of tho "Champion" Ci- gars at Aitken's. A new brand and -. a daisy. tf Fresh Candies received each week atAitkons. Finest assortment in . town. tf - I will not bo responsible for any mus contracted except on ...

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. — 8 June 1892

S3 ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER. . - - VVTY VO R $A5i52SA ???EK' Established March 8, 1804.) t.AAiA U O f ARIZONA JOUKXAL,, Kstabll.hed 187. J PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1892. PBICE, TEN CENTS WE EKL I0NA JOURNAL-mTER )WEK PRINTING HOUSE. Lrliona Journal-Miner 19 puouanou rintheyearexeepi&HBoay. . , h!."". . . ...... . . . t of Yavapai couRty. MARTIN, Edlter ad Proprietor, TERMS: .wr. nadv&BCe 10 CO er month,......-. eUvered by earner to city ssbscnb- 1 CO 1 VTet 25 4 00 5 50 throe month 1 25 10 reru&lBC Kates inaae Known uu iiiu- .nr. Tribune Buildias, New lor. u naice or ai me ioupwuj by"-- . Iter, can inantw. P.sher, Merchant's Exchanse, Fra& t the Ppw i kept on file. Secret Societies. FANIIOE COMJlANiJtuui io. -vNin wrs TKM I'LAlL Stated con t first Friday ot each moauu I'Ufrrun a, a e . taTCivE.E.a OHT. Recorder. . rrT.k-t Trnf5R No. 1. F. A. A. M. i Tt-nVmr uuMfinn f this Lodco al Ef each month. Sojoarning brethren are luoiiie Ji.au. on,D.in i h"j rinriteat...

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. — 8 June 1892

ARIZONA J UUBNAMIINEB 0. C. MAKT1N. Klltor ami l'rop'r. WEDNESDAY JUNE S, 1892. Kansas is having an epidemic of tornadoes. Jackson knocked Slaviu out in the London fight. The nest president of tho United States will bo nominated about one iveok from to-day. The militia of Arizona is not dead, Every lino oflicer has hung out his shingle and wants to bo colonel of t, the 1st. Mr- Belle Lucas Butts, of Albu querque, has just been granted a patent for a thread holder and cut tor ' uso whilo sewing A d;patch to our contemporary slat-'- that tho Arizona admission bill Si a- passed, under a suspension i-i thf rules. This is tho extent of its lib. probably. lien O. B. Willcox. who will be remembered bv many Prescottites whilr stationed at Whipple, as com maader of tho department, is at iri'ni srovernor oi tuo ooiu? .Hji at Washington. New York democrats havo hold Uieir May convention and denounced iiJj!. and instructed their delegates &r Cleveland. Tho New York dem; The grand jury of Pi...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 8 June 1892

; i " 1 - i i 1 i , Aest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTE!?? PURE Wednesday's Daily. gtion to-morrow at 2 o'clock. id J. L. Fisher's Auction ad- suient has lost a valuable book? jtice of fouud. A. L. Morrison loft for Fo this rooming. A. Greeu. agent of the Xow . i .1 T Hie, lias reiurneuiruui ueruiuo. Marks returned yesterday 1 ?.e i i. - is... I?-. Wilsnn rnriirned Tostordnv i visit to ms.&Kuii vaiioy rancn i territorial board of equaliza- Kll moot in j?hemx next Mou ther invoice of printers' sta- has been recoived at this the Chief Quartermaster's in this issuo for fuel, forage raw. Morehead and Miss Logan, it S. A. Logan, will be married smng. J. P. Hicks has moved her laking parlors to the east the plaza. r. L. Fisher, who has been :k for three or four days, is . tho mono. i city will extend its wator- down Mount Vernon avenue Jones' residence. ?r Brothers are putting up a it market on tuo corner of una and Goodwiu streets. N. McCa...

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. — 8 June 1892

m w 9 t f t". r ti lAWXh BUSINESS MENTION. c?tHt iitercstiuir OlfcjSCS of Items For lieailers. Al A Circulating Library at Ford's. The latest Kovols. tf for tho PAT cigar at tho eAontaauima Saloon. tf New Bakery restaurant and bakery has :noHi to tho Somnar House, tf The "Milk Shako" is in town, at Tho Mountain City Drug Store, lOowat. tf For a good cigar go to tho Gom Cigar store, in tho Montozuma Saloon building. j2tf 'Stflrgo," "Orango Blossom," and Mercantile Cigars can bo bought only at Aitkei?s Cigar Store. tf Imwrtei cigars 12J cents eachj at the Iveystono Saloon. Charles Rice, proprietor. tf Fine Imported Cigars just receiv ed at Font's. Theso cigars aro ox ceUant. tf Leiup' Extra pale lager beer on draught at tho Montezuma Saloon, 5 cents per glass. tf Try one of the "Champion" Ci gars at Aitken's. A now brand and a daisy. tf Fresn Candies received each week atAitkan's. Finest assortment in town. tf I will aot be responsible for any bills contracted except on written order....

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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