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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 15 June 1892

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL- MINER. VOL.XXIX-NO 9 jffiigajggfflSlW-1884- ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER j POWER PKIXTiyg HOUSE. The ArUona Journal-Miner is published every day in tne year aiceni ouuuay. The Arltona Weekly Journal-Miner ia published erery ednosday, at Preaoott, Uio county seat of lavapai county. J. C. MARTIX, Kdltor aud Proprietor, TERMS: Daily, per jf, la advance.. ?10 00 Daily, per month 1 00 Daily, delivered by cmmer 10 au Euuecnb- ers, per week 85 Weekly, per year. . . 4 00 Weekly, ix months 2 50 Weekly, Urn- montns 1 as Sinrle cony, 10 tar-Advertising Kates mule known on appllca- Hon to una mare or i mo ;'" ; ui raacies: Palmer A Key. Tribune Halloing, New York. Palmer Jt Key. San rT&ncisco. L. P. Fisher, Merchant's Exchange, Fran- clooo. , Where the paper w kept on file. Secret Societies. in TvANTiDK IXUlAlAJiUKHY Nn. a A KKlOHTS TEMPLAR. StAtnlrwrJ clave nrstrTiaayoi.oacnmonin. mgrim A. G. OLlVElt, E. C. & E. Rrioht. Recorder. Mir KnictiLS couruvusw invueu. A ZTLAN ...

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. — 15 June 1892

ARIZONA J0UBNA1-MNTER J. C. aiAKTIX. Bdltor and Prop'r. WEDNESDAY JUNE 15, 3892. OUR NATIONAL TICKET. For President: BKXJAMIX HAIUUSOX, Of Indiana. For Vlce-Prosldeut: 1VIIITELAW ItSID, OfJfcw York. ' 31 HARBISON! JTixxeapolis, Juno 10. Special to tho Joitkxal-Hiker. Harrison nominated on first ballot. TIIK TICKET COMPLETED. Whltlaw Reld dominated for Vice President. Tho Oonxentlon Art Journa." Minneapolis, June 11. Specia to Joubxal-Mixeb. I Whitlaw Reid was nominated for Vice President bv acclamation. The convention then adjourned sin die. Delegates are leaving the convention hall as the roll is being called. Great en thusiasm is manifested bj delegates over the ticket. llow the Tote Stood. Minneapolis, Juno 10. Special to tho Jocbnal-Mineb. Harrison's nomination was made unanimous immediately upon the announce ment of the first ballot. The ballot stood: "Harrison, 565; McKinley, 183: Blaine. 175; Keed, 4; Lincoln, 1 Convention then adjourned till 8 p. m. Tho platform favors prote...

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. — 15 June 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report RoYal a x Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Fhom Wednesday's Daily. M. J. Hickoys condition is ro- ported better to-uay. Nothing of miportanco was done lo Jay in tho district court Ezra Jackson and E. E, Kirklaud of Kirkland valley, are m town to day. William Stevens and bride are in town from the Verde on a visit to friends. Harry Brisley, the popular drug gist, has returned to his post after a jaunt to the hills. Mrs. R. H. Burmister and son, Robert, returnod to their homo in this city on yesterday's train. Steve Davis and John Brown were arraigned this afternoon before tho district court on charges of grand arc tots Of :. nd robbery, respectively. .isl. oiuyr Las struck the t ,,it-h even thj ilainiug ptrs i international circus cannot From Thursday's Dai lt. Hon. W. A. Clark, of tho United Vorde, is at Jeromo. Mrs. J. H. Marion has gone to California to rosido porinanoutly. Don't forget the Groat Interna tional Show, to-mor...

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. — 15 June 1892

mo i ah tTHE RUBBER THAT NEVER e CAME. la.tercf4.lng Iaeideator City JLlfo wiU ' J . Two &urprhliic'nniUii!f$. y j "Hi!" sliouted the bridge man vrho .stood at tho top of the stairs. 1 Wdl, what is it f " afikod the young .man whnm thn lwirlirw man Y,nA -' . shouted at. . .".j iSlB that your rubber f tW tho bridgo man, pointing with bwtoe . . . . 1 at T - A. . i The vanm? man wnlVtvl v frvhero the rubber wa, and placed tiia font n.lnrioTtir? nf If. a tas i. CwWhAt do you think uonrT h feod in an aggravating way. - Hho bridge man did not wer tiri fcfwgtjon. Instead ho ticked therub pec viciously and sent it flying- into a . retired corner, and then ho went jabotxt his business. ! Presently tho train movod off -with Sto young man witli tho big foot in frost car. Opposite hhn wm a girl. Tho young man thoucht "was tho prettiest girl ho had over j Suddenly a look of eurpriao wmn jovor tho girl's face, and she leaned forward and took a survey of her foot, which one after tho other she...

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. — 15 June 1892

t THE ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-talNER TO IDENTIFY THE "UNKNOWN." A YuuVee'a Sell emu to rrcYfcnt tlie My. tcrioat SUapiearaace of Men. The latest from the brain of tho ingenious Yankee is even more prac tical than novel. Day after day it is to bo road in the papers that some unfortunate has gone into a grave marked "un known," or perhaps some most prom inent and respected citizen has sud denly disappeared .from sight and gone nobody knows where, the Jast possibly .the sequel of the first , Then again, after -weoks of anxiety and fruitless search, some friend or relative is frequently found dying or dead in some hospital. Now comes the proverbial "Yank," and with a plan to alleviate all this, He has appeared with an invention, if such it may be called, which ho styles "A Perfect System for Identifi cation." And, truly, it it were to bo generally adopted, it could but empty the morgue and placo the "unknown grave" on the pago of history only as a thing of the past Here is what the origi...

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. — 15 June 1892

WBm J. T A. GomorMohtezumaaTicl Good-vvin PEESCOTT, : : : AJRIZOISTA. BAEGAINj BAY I WILL discount for cash 10 per cent off my; regular prices (on all Merchandise in stores; onlyjexceptmg groceries anq grain, whicii arealready down to BEDROCK! aWNow is youx time to buy Furnitures Glassware, Hafts, Boots'and Shoe Furnishing Goods," Cxockory, Flower Pots, etc-i v . :jlT fisheejs block. t W. WILSON & CO. i;i.OTHING. HATS, SHOES. TJXJST IjA - BTGGK seasonable; goods low prices. ETERYTHINaEOR MEISTS' WEAZR. FURNISHING GOODS. x w. WILSON & CO J.Q. STEPHENS. PflE "HOME" MARKET O'MALLEY & Wholesale and Retail Butchers PBESCOTT, AJBIZOISTA.. PHOTOGRAPHS - OF Send TTov CKtvlot;no to EEWIN BABE, Portrait and Ijandscawo IPhotoo-raDher -GO Take Ji. Bath!!! O TO PHENIX tU the NEW CASTLK CREEK Ilouto anaute a uatn anno HOT SPRINGS! J&Xontlay nd 3TrUlu- atS:Sn. ro. Ar rive every 'X"wHciy uml sSntmxluy at ?irl fare-Hot Sprlass.iS.O0, To rbenlx. $12.50. Excellent Stations o N'that roa...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 22 June 1892

J ARIZONA RMLMINER. VOL XXIX NO 9 5"g5AJXllR.K.UWUhHMrch. 1804.) iJ l ARIZONA JOUltNAX., -established 187. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1892. PRICE, TEN CENTS WEEKLY JOU ABIZONA JOURNAL-MINER I POWER PBIXTIKG HOUSE. Tfc Arizona Jouraal-Mlaer pabliabul Dblikd erery W eaiay. Xna ATUOll tcj.j vvurBWJKUItr la K TCOti, toanty teat of laTapal .county, J. C. MARTIN, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS: Dally, per year, iaadr-nce ....IIDOQ Daily, per month .. . 1 00 DaUy, UeliTerod by carrier to city ubacrttn er,perireeK ......v.... as Weekly. P?r roar... 00 Weekly, aix month Weekly, toreo moauu 1 Biarlecopr in BT AdTarua ? Hats mad knovrn os apnUca- uii iu uuj v. . . .w .v...... a .cip ; Palmer Rey. Tribona Moildinc, IJwr York. Palmer x itey. Ban xraneweo. I P. Ksaar, Merchant's Rxchanga, Fran etco. Where the paper is kept oa file, Secret Societies. TVANUOK LVIlMAHUmr No. 2. nyu cjaTanmrrwayoieacamonuu l'Ufrrim , A. 0. OUVER, E. a 8. E. Bkiqht. Keeerder. AZTIJLN LODGE. a 1 V 4 A. M. a- ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 22 June 1892

!-4.- ' .'y-il'nf:--ii- r ; i v . - Mpe" j ' V J. C- 2-AHTIN, -Jitor -ml t-ropT WEDNESDAY JUNE 22, 1892. y ', 1 L..-, - , . .in w y 11 . ,.. A - T " " ' 1 "t , 'LrU I msrW count. WAB its and OE, NATIONAL TICKET. For President: BKXJAMIX IIAKKIBOX, Of Indiana. Kop Vlce-rrestdenti . . WHIT-IjA.W UEID, Of wr York. Congros3 has adjourned to moot in Chicago. That is, tho domooratic rtion of it has. Tho Phenii oloctrio light plant is in financial trouble, and a receiver has been asked for. Cleveland -will bo nominated, and what can western interests, particu larly silver, expect if such is tho case. Tho latest advices from Chicago do not indicate that David B Hill has withdrawn to any considerable oxtent from tho presidential race. Mexico has free coinago of silver and is not afraid of foregn invasion, in fact she places an export duty on tho metal so none can get away. Phenix has perfected a thorough organization to secure an exhibit for tho World's fair, and propose to raise $5,000 to de...

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. — 22 June 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSOLUTELY PURE From Wednesday's Daily. ' Ratify tonight. Call and see tho petrified woman this evening. Fresh buttermilk everyday at tho Palace saloon. Williams will snoruy Duua a new school house. Phenix republicans ratify next Saturday night. Last chance tonight to see tho petrified woman. Republicans are requested to turn out to the ratification msetmg to night. The Salt river valley beo keepers will send an exhibit to tho World's Fair. This af ternovn from 2 to 4 o'clock petrified woman. M ajor John H. Martin, of Tucson, has been elected colonel of tho First Regiment of Infantry, N. G. A. : Who wants to ront an unfurnish- this issue under headiug "house to rent." The Commercial miuinff company ha3 opened a dry goods store in tho bask buildin, on tho east side of tho plaza. A deed has been filed for record from D. McCool to tho Castle Creek mininjr company for for mines on n.ctlrt Pronl- tnr STK (YW Any one wanting a g...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 22 June 1892

Hymeneal. Frank Andrews and Miss Maggie Archibald, a woll known and popu lar young couplo of Prescott, were married last evening at the resi deuco of tho bride's mother, on Granite streot. by Rev. 0. h Spray. The marriage was private, being witnessed only by the intimate ! friends of the family. They wore the recipients of many useful aud orna mental presents. .After the ceremo ny was performed they repaired to their f uluroro sidonoe on McCormiek street, recently purchased by tho Groom. Tho Journal-Miner ex tends its congratulations to tho happy couple. The following is a partial list of tho presents: Half dozen dining chairs, D. J. Marr, Camp Verde. Steel engraving, M. E. Morin. Set of silver knives and forks, table spoons aud teaspoons, painted salt ana peper set, Mrs. T. J. Butler. Steol engraving, H. D. Aitkcn. Wash board, wash tub, buck saw and ax: Fritz Jesson. Steel engraving J. M. Aitken. Mrs. Logan's Homo Manual, Sadie Archibald. Cut glass toilet set, J. W. Wilson. Water p...

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. — 22 June 1892

THE ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNATMltfEIt I.0GAL3USINESS MENTION. Sonie Interesting Items For Al " 1 Classes of Readers. Call for the PAT cigar at tho Montezuma Saloon. tf New .Bakery restaurant andtakery has moved to the Somnar House, tf No-to-bac, a guaranteed specific for tho tobacco habit, for sale at McCandless' drug store. m7tf Slophanthus and iron, for heart disease, at Dr. McCandless' Yavapai pharmacy. tf The "Milk Shake" is in town, at The "Mountain City Drug Store, 10 cents: tf Ifora good cigar go Cigar store, in the Saloon building. to the Gem Montezuma j2tf Stargo," "Orange Blossom," aud Mercantile Cigars can be bought only at Aitken's Cigar Store. tf Imported cigars 12 cents eachj at the Keystone Saloon. Charles Bice, proprietor. tf . 3?ine Imported Cigars just receiv ed at Ford's. These cigars are ex cellent. tf Try one of the "Champion" Ci gars at Aitken's. A new brand and a daisy. tf . Fresh Candies received each week at Aitken's. Finest assortment in town. - . tf fiTwill no...

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. — 22 June 1892

Corner3kontezuma and Goodwin HRESCOTT, : : : .ARIZON-A. BAKGAINj BAY I WILL discount for cash 10 per cent off my regular price (on all merchandise in stores, onlyexceptmg groceries anr grain, which arealready down to bedrock:! Now is yoiu time to buy Furniture, Glassware, Hats, Boots and Shoe "Furnishing broods, (JJockery, lower irots, etc A.T FISHEE'S BLOCK. Kelly & Stephens! r I . WHOLESALE AND KETAIUDEALERS IN GIEHSriTILIEIM!EI3STI'IS"i Clothing ant T1 Oregon City Cassimcre Clothing and Flannel Underwear. BUCKINGHAM k OECIffS Onrivalled Maitufaclure of BOOTS AND SHOES A NEW AND ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OP -Standard Poets SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. GOLDEN EAGLE HOTEL Formerly Exchange Saloon and Lodgng Hoase. GRANITE STREET, Corner of GURLEY, - PRESCOTT, ARIZONA MAHTIIST MAIER, Proprietor. Large, AiryPooms. Best Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Anlieuser-Bnscli Beer, Wholesale and RetaJ PRICES MODERATE. Restaurant Connected with Hotel. Cold German Lunches a Specialty. ARIZONA REAL ESTATE Xi...

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. — 29 June 1892

'"VI 1 rmiMii 11 in f"-i mi r - - - . . . .. .... . 1 ARIZONA VOIl.XXIX NO 10 i ARIZONA MINER. Established March , 186. J tUXJ.AAXa v 1U J ARIZONA JOURNAL. Established 1H74. PRESCOTT, ABIZONA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1892. PRICE, TEN CENTS WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, 1 1 1 . . . ... , AIOZONA JOUKNAL-AGNER POWER PRINTING- HOUSE. TaArlona Journal-Mtaer U published The Arlsoaa Weekly JenU4Uasr published every Wednesday, at Preaeott, the jr. C MARTIN, Editor aa Proprietor Dailr, per year, iaadvasee.. 110 00 laiiy, pur unttiui . I m Dally, dfilirenxl by carrier to ekreabserlb- ws, per week ......... 36 Woeklx. P year... 4 00 Weekly, six months a SO rteoair, inree mania .......... i at Siacle copr in v3arAdTertki&g Rates reads known oa iiipIIm. Palmer A Key, Tribune Buildiac, liew York. nua T. iW--T, JT raacisco. L. P. Fisaer, Merchant' Kichangs, Fraa. Cisco. Wh&r the r&per u kept on file. Secret Societies. m iVAttttU. tvaUNUtXY No. 8 IB! . KNiaupiTEMPIAK. tjutadcoa: mi ciavsarwrnuaj 0...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 29 June 1892

ARIZONA JUUKNAIrMIR J. C. .MAKTIX, KlllorU4l l'mp'r. WEDNESDAY JUNE 29, 1892. OUR NATIONAL TICKET. llKNJAMIN HAKUISON, Of liullaiin. For Vlce-lreIOnit: WIUTEL a;w II K I D , Of New York. KIUTOKIAI. 'OTKS. Tho rebels havo been victorious in Venezuela, and Dictator Palacio has loft tho country. Tho Santa Fo railroad company has just oponod.ajiiuo of road from Los Angeles to Santa Mouica. Tho Rooky Mountain Nows, tho leading democratic paper of Denver, refuses to support Cleveland. Tho. Democratic convontion in Chicago adopted resolutions of sympathy for Jamos G. Blaiue, on tho death of his son. . A Now Jersey democrat wont asleep iu tho fourth-story window of a Chicago hotel, and losing his balance fell to tho sidewalk below, being instautly killed. Tho Journal-Mixer's suggestion of Ex-Governor F. A.Tritlo for del egate to congress meets with tho enthusiastic approval of citizens of this section generally, regardless of politics. A telegram has been sent to Chicago requesting tho demo...

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. — 29 June 1892

i 1 - Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. a Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE From Wednesday's Dailz. I The ramy season will sooa be I hero. I Wni. Munds of Oak Creek, is in f town. t Tho tendency or cattle men in to I relieve their ranges. Mrs. H C. Thompson left for Denver this morning. I There will be a private pic-nic at : Chino valley to-morrow. e M. J. Riordau has returned to Flagstaff with his bride. Flagstaff believes in booming her uourin oi ouiy coioprauon. r J.R. McKinnon, of Williamson I valley, has filed his stock brand for record. ; McNeill's job office in Phenix has been consolidated with, that of the KJazette. Grasshoppers aro reported very knuaierous in some oi tne valleys of I this county. Dick McNary has been appointed (overseer of district number 12, Cop Sper Basin district. The Weekly Journal-Mixer, is published to-day. Extra copies can be had at this office. The sun has passed tho summer fcoJstico and the days will ctow snorter Irom now until ...

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. — 29 June 1892

r - ... - rr If. - - i -. . . lie Didn't UccopiUc Them. 1 "Iwas coming down to Chicago from St Paul the other tiny -when an incident occurred on the sleeper which created ronsiderablo merri ment," said a passenger agent of the Northwestern road. "A farmer got on the train at Janesvillo and climbed into the sleeper. Ho was a rough looking old gentleman and his boots were very muddy I think tho mud diest I ever saw. They "were im menso affairs, and seemed to weigh several pounds each. Ho stumbled into tho car in an embarrassed man ner, and seemed unused to such luxu rious surroundings. Ho tumbled in to his berth, and wo soon heard him snoring furiously. My berth was next to his, and I heard him dressing tho next morning. Suddenly I heard an exclamation of pleasure and sur f prise. " 'Them ain't mine,' he remarked to himself. 'Somebody has mado a mistako an loft his boots here.' "Ho rang tho bell for tho porter and said: " 'You've mado a mistake. Them ain't my boots.' " 'Yes, th' bo, s...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 29 June 1892

1 THE ARIZONA WEEKLY .TOURNAL-MlftTER A Hare on the Train, You may have mot tho man on tho' train who talks politics. Yes? Well, he tho biggest boro and about tho only real, serious drawback loft of modern travel. If I had my way ho would be locked up in fine soiled linen closet He leaps upon bis unsuspect ing fellow traveler at tho most crit ical moments between sleeping and waking and sandbags him with his favorite topic. Tho slightest open ingan answer to a commonplace remark about tho weather and ho's down on you at once with tho tariff, or the mistakes of the last campaign or the prospective presidential nomi nations. ' You couldn't head him off with anything less than a baseball club laid on at tho base of hisskulL There are but two ways of escape open to you to run away or let him do all the talking until he rims down. If you agree with him or venture any remarks you are a goner. For he is tho most dogmatic man you ever met a confirmed political prig. At first you are apt to ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 29 June 1892

uaHE ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER TIHIE Bashford j,-. , Company 53- ' ' njjr THE WIIOLt'SAIE & RKTAI1, 51AHK BLT tWMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMW1' "H Dflw in articlM.ma&ufactBnxl by, aiid at for KANSAS CITY A PKESCOTT ssay Office KSTAllLISMKn 1878. E. STAHL, Assayer Hinl Metallurgical Chemist Assiyisgof Every KMoT ORE and BULLION Analyses of Minora 1b. Furuacol'roduets, lite. HAT PRESS CO Lightning Steel! FULL CIltCLK- HAT PEESS. Ce We guarantee it ti l the best l'nvs in tho WorltUAEl STCTDEBAKER FABM AND SPRING WAGONS AND BUGGTES. Buckeye and Adriance NEW MODEL lew ere and Reapers. HOELINGSWORTH Sulky Hay Eake. THE FARMER'S DELIGHT. COMBUSTED The lride ID of LOADER ! the Field. DUFFY-TROWB RIDGE! Cooking and Heating Stove Mnaufacturing Co. jVIho yull Xlne of Bxcck's Cooking Stoves THe Cleveland Steel Range Pride of the Kitchen. MATTHAL, INGRAIM & CO., GRANITE AND TINWARE. IRON AND STEEL I C 1 Barbed Balms; "Wire The CRANE Co Munuttu'turor-H ol Iron 3?ipe and Pipe Fittings. LUNKEN...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 6 July 1892

If At 11 .'-4' -( : ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL MINElt - r 's VOL.XXIX--NO li ARIZONA JOURNAL-JHINER i rOWKlt PRINTING HOUSE. TheArlcona Journal-Miner la rmbliahed twry d in the year except Sunday. The Arliona Weekly JournaLMlner U ThUshed every Wednesday, at Preecott. the county Kt 1 i avapai county. . O. MARTIN, Editor nad Proprietor. TERMS: Daily, per year, inadvance , jq Pally, ier month j go Ikuly. delivered by carrier to city tnbsctib- WK 2J Mrfcty, iw jxr. . 4 00 Weekly, us roonth. 350 Wwkly, thm? month..., j 8icRlox;j- 10 uon to tnw wnw or mo touoani; nppacir: l'almfrAlwy. iYiwinn inuuiins, Kew Yort L. 1'. Fishor, Mervhant'u Kxchanca, Vlcro th paper is kept on 1. Fran- toeeret Societies. IA,MIUL. lJXMAMIIKKY No. 2 , A. U. OLIVER, E. a S. E. Hrioht. llcconte r. ZTLAK LODGE, No. 1, T. A A. M. ilaonic Hall. 6 p. m. on the last Saturday ' of each montlu Soioarnitur hrethrn IrLeni.uy innuM to attftnu. 8. E. BHIGHT. W. V. K.'.WlEDElUCKS.5tary. Examining Oommittw Morris Gold water, 1LN....

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 6 July 1892

Mm !l 31 f as -5C . -i"rl.".' .3 , t4 mm:. U! IT-IP U1..f( ii rnirr-i-n. Dili nail ieanywiipui ARIZONA JOUBNAL-MNEK J. C. MAKTIX, Editor anil l'rop'r. WEDNESDAY JULY 6, 1S92. TA.KA-KA-HOOM-UK-I.AY. rrrcott Democrnts Dunce In Tltrtr Wlg-waui Tho rod hot brick which struck Yavapai silvor democrats botweon OUR NATIONAL TICKET. ap iJft nomination of viuveianu, nuu iiuur suuswjuuui, re fusal to ratify tho nomination, 1ms boon relieved of its mystery, and tho cohorts, as Judgo Hawkius ox pressed it, got togethor Satur day nicat, armed to tho tooth. Tho reason why tho nomination of tho stuffed pronhot had not boon taken caro of sooner, was explained bv tho non-arrival of Delegato Oli ver from Chicago. Our local de mocracy woro a httlo timid in con- soquonco, fearing that their good shepherd had oither been takou in bv tho Hill wolves or olso had stray eel to tho land of Watterson, whoro booz is fmo and horses fiuor. At any event they waited, and on his roturn tho cards breaking ovou aftor ...

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