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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 3 August 1892

tent FF1CE. nr, JMltOllt for t of the i six ht. nVrritucr I nou aid -n NumNi ot muabtT dcenterT- ket I M -o. 2 foauKt ' N"6t dsc 15. mite MofiA, b s la 2, B. - where m A piae at a at et. Tree :v -13 mia whew j, - in idaro. trraaite leg 13 iaiB onA marked! SCO feet la! dod la tit Irixo&v. t M. Merpkr verscly my x c groa&d ns wuh the i Office at iluringUie f. or thej ons of Ui. ltegigtor. L Xatyfey, a. patent fee fc of t tr gold a4 Mt)fe ag Uwtriet,, v-nxtiaa, ami; ial plat oa. the exterior lug ufiU end taer Hirtii J. nwyt Jin. 2 Wxk N U granite lit diaae- IS inches leet. Trees deg E 439 irked (X Kb. K 16 teet. W SO feet. 'Sfttdegtt hi, where i i. (Suae, rani to eto&e, OdegV m ,-nurile boot-. iY 500 foet. marked I. taintrm CSS: diatho re rioHa trri- aadli AJ. :te south. Jj"any por rtacerroand as wiUt tho 1 OSice at risiaa terri jmblicatioa, 'rtae of the. jes that U80- "1 jr 3 1 fall in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. La! ABSOLUTELY PURE - 3 bus court will proba...

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. — 3 August 1892

Caldwcira Frlsht. John Burns, o Bedford had at ono timo a very narrow escape from the Indians. Ono of Burns' neighbors by tho name of Caldwell used fre quently to teaso him about tho oc currence and question his courage in tho affair, and end by declaring what ho would have done under such circumstances. Ono evening Cald well was at his neighbor's, and Burns found his boasting rather hard to bear. "I supposo you know just what you'd do if you met an Indian that wanted your scalpf Burns inquired. "Waal, I guess I do," was Cald well's confident reply, and ho soon after took his departure, 2Co sooner had ho left tho house than Burns rigged himself up to look as much like an Indian us possibles and sallied forth after Caldwell. It was a clear, moonlit ovening, and Caldwell had no difficulty in see ing tho Indian. Ho sprang quickly into tho bushes, whore ho stood stilL Burns, too, stopped into the bushes. After awhile Caldwell ventured out and, looking fearfully around, moved forward. Bu...

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. — 3 August 1892

i THE ARIZONA WEEKLY j6TONALKI3CTR 1 " -US J. L. FISHER CornerMontezuma and Goodwin PEESCOTT, AEIZQNA. BABGAIN DAY EVERY DAY. I WILL discount for cash 10 per ceut off lay regular prices on all merchandise in stores, only excepting groceries anc grain, which are already uVyn Co ' BEDROCK! I Now is youi time to Buy Furniture, Glassware Hats,Bootnd Sho AT FISH-3S3&Sk BLOCK. GOLDEN Jill IIS THE WHOLESALE LIQUOR Morchiutt lit 'OV OGAtd maew qsartrn oh uaney au lot of cuaiomera wbere be ia evrr adr and Willi n utopwa the bsi aad. Liquors, Wines, Cigars I woald frtrwdsllr invite rh r-i.i:iusitoi of my goods, n to qaality rih! uric, frow ta trade in every caxau. JAKE UAHKM. Waolwialer Exclaetvely, Pxwoorr, A. T. nalnesem Life Assoc iati OF NEW YORK, LOCAL IIUSINXSS XE.YIW. Some Interesting Classes of Hem For Headers. Call for tho PAT cigar at tho Moutozuma Saloon. tf Clough'a apples fifteon pounds for $1, at S. 0. Wynkoop's. jy20tf Tho "Milk Shake" is in town, at Tho Mouutaiu City Drug ...

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. — 3 August 1892

THE ARIZONA WEEKLY ' J OtJRNAL-MINER Savag Womcu of South America. Some of the savago women along the Inirida xiypr are fairly good look ing and have, excellent figures, but their comeliness is nearly always spoiled bybadly decayed teeth. I assisted unintentionally in the per formance of quite a romance on ono occasion, .Whoa my canoe was on the point of leaving a native village, where wehad been sojourning; a young Indian girl seemed to bo con siderably agitated and manifested an evident ddsiro to "accompany me. My pilot, against my wish, permitted her to get"kb6ard and she came with m down the stream to our next halt ingplaco I noticedV'ft the pilot was ex tremely attentive to her. Shortly after we mad& our next landing the mother of the girl made her appear ance in a ban be, having followed us to get back her daughter. The pilot was very melancholy after this occur rence and subsequently confessed to me that ie had brought the young girl away'for thepurpose of making her his ...

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. — 10 August 1892

BE, li r 1 a 7 ZJ -j 5R ARIZON VOL.XXIX-NO 16. ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER POWER PK1XTIKG HOUSE. Th Arltuna Vi eckly ' Jonrnitl.Mlner . onhlished error eunaar, at Prwcott, the J. C. MAKTIN. K.lftor and Proprietor. Ttums: Daily, per J. pwvanoo j10 w lHUj. XXT xnontn .Pailr.unrOTdbrcarriorto city ubecrlb- 100 N. per w Wsekly, fix mouth. Weekly, three month...., Rincle cony - 4 DO a so jy-AdyprtliW IUUw made knoxn on appUca tion to thi; office or at the oUowlng awmcU: Palmer Alter. Tnbnno KuUdlns.Jew York Viimn & Itey. San tnuirisoo. L. P. Fibher, Merchant' Exchange, Vxn Whew th papfr is kept on fil. 10 Secret Societies.,, 9 i vj,i : iv ..', KJilHtHO XfcJll'I.AIt 11.. I ' .. , A. U. OLIVKK. E. C. uuuxjc iso. 1, if. x A. M. tlr,,Ull of. this UkIw at Masomc Hall, b p. ra. on the latit ijaturdar of aach month, ooicamitur fraternally inTitl to attend. iLiLFnBDEiac&5S!laaT-w-M- Etamininif CHnniittix Morris Qoldwatcr, 1LN. "n iiUfSCOTT CUAPTEltTn. A. M. tV f bta',vl Pommnnicationfi tho fir...

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. — 10 August 1892

- mtU III I I I I O P 1 s r L 1 5 ii is a c 6 a It it f? to 3' m E E - 1 H - zona Fair J .iniiUiiemnn. m -r Qietfa-'dhcoeSftiU tiR for W cr Bo basts at. tv ole for Apache county s g Coconino Coebise.. Graham . Gila Maricopa Mohave.. Pima .... Tinal Yavapai Ynmn 13 8 7 1G G 15 .v 4 'delegates 100 The Chairman of the Territorial Rennb- lican Central Committee desires a full at tendance at our Territorial Contention, and requests that all proxies to the Convention he held by members of the Convention from the same county they have been selected to represent. W. C. HASHFORD, Chairman Territorial Republican Cen. Com. By Geo. E. Bbown. Secretary. FITMT. POINTED AM) rEKTINENT. Perhaps Mr. Cleveland has made a bontract to furnish some enter prising publisher with copy for a book to be called "The Candidates Beady Letter Writer." Congressman Oates, of Alabama, or youngmau-afraid'-to-make-a-re-port, as he has been callod since ho announcod that his committee, which went to Homestead to invest...

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. — 10 August 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSOLUTELY PURE Wednesdays Dailt. Next. Bustle. Kegister. Clean up. Bray for rain. Go take a swim. Take in the revivals. "Water is d d scarce. The railroad is coming. Don't leavo the country. Bead the sanitary article. Politicians are on the- move. Patronize Prescott merchants. Our doctors are at a standstill. Xinety-fivo in the shado to-day. Weather prophets are outol sight. Get a copy of the weekly to-day. Military headquarters is again on wheels. Services to-night at tho Methodist church. Thirty saloons and ten ministers ia town. The dry spell jars" tho oldest in habitants. . . Attend the concert ou 'tho plaza to-night of the Prescott brass baud. Up to date about 1.000 names iave been entered on tho groat reg ister. Geo. H. Cook, of the firm of ' Cook & Leo, is in town, from staff- Flag A game of base ball will Io played neit Snnday between tho Regulars Mti S&tues. The prayers of tho wicked availeth as much as t...

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. — 10 August 1892

MBHSlBVBHBSBBflBHlflPBB-. liJaaMaBMKStfllBTf??flBSSSSsJfcSBLMSBSSLB r ASSASSIXATKD Tom LC.rnhnm is Shot from Ambush. Thomas Graham was ambushed Tuesday moruiug, near Tempe, aud mortally wounded. Tho crime was a cowardly ouo, diroclj tracoablo to a past feud. Ed Tewksbury and John Rhodes wore the assassins. Tho circumstances of tho killing aro clearer than usual in tho case, and thero appears to bo no dispute as to facts. Tom Graham for sovofal years has been living quietly on a quarter sec tion of laud south of tho river, about six miles southeasterly of Phenix. Yesterday morning "ho loaded somo barloy upon his wagon and started with it for Tempo. Ho had arrived at a point opposite tho school house of tho Double Buttos district, when, hearing a uoiso of horses' foot behind him, ho turned to seo his mortal foes, Ed Tewks borry and John Rhodes in tho act of leveling their rifles upon him. Graham, who was uuanned, at once started to jump from tho grain sacks, upon which ho was seated, ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 17 August 1892

"'"'' ARIZONA VOL.XXK-NO 17. -TTT". ri,n Journal-Miner i nublbhud t ,K mar eXCeDt Miuday vryW"" weekly Journal -Miner Hi? Arl fV.Vv-l every Wednesday, t Precott, the lflTIV. Editor a lit I Proprietor. ...910 00 StilylSSw1 by'cVrrieVto ciMbMribl 1 00 25 4 00 1 30 WteklJ. P year ... Wfir six months... ESSr tliree months. I 25 10 Single copy ppliCA- tian York. ESf&SS. Mwctant'. KxoUng. Fraiv ci- . .v. . ...r u Vpnt on flW Wliere ui" - - Secret Societies. I KSlGlITSTEMriiAR. Stated con- 3 lve firtiriday of each month, .PiWrim c.-r KnlriiW courteously invited. A. G. OLIVER, E. a g. F- 1.Biotrr. Ilccoraer. a 4 ZTLAJI lAJmir.. i, p. o. a. Jtu A A i:eslr meetinga of thia Lodge at ygjt Masonic llall. 8 p. m. oa the last Saturday Py 0f r41-h Eonllu Sojourning brethren are Carnal inviUd to attend o v FUEDEBICKS, Secretary. Siiainc Coniittoo Myrrh Gold wator, U.N. Fredericks, a P. lher . w rtfm) a ft. a r TlHESCOTT CHAPTEll, B. A. M. No. r Kf-itwd communications the first Saturdays of cch-....

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. — 17 August 1892

f ARIZONA JOUENAL-MtNER 0. C. 51A11TIN, Kdltor and Prop'r. WEDNESDAY AUG. IS, 1892 OUR NATIONAL TICKET. Far rraildant: ItKNJAMIX HABKISOX, Of Indiana. Tar Vl-Vraildnt: Of New Tork. Republican Territorial Convention. Rooms or tm T xhstio&llx. Rxtublicau CrxniAii Coiotrrrxx Piwcott, Ariz.,Auguat 2, 1892 592.) A conrention of the Republican party of Arizona mil be held at the city of Prescott, m Thursday, the Sth day of Spt, 1892, for ium iiuiuBo ui BcicciiiiK n cauuiuaie 01 me party for Delegate to Congress, and alaoone vjoaucuman-awjurge. j.ne oarns 01 representation will be one delegate from each county, and one dele gate for each fifty votes, and one for each traction of fifty over twentv-five votes cast rorueo. n. t-neyney for delegate to con cresi at the November election in 1890. Tha representation of the several counties will, therefore, bo as follow; Apache county 8 Coconino Uoaluie 13 Graham 8 Gila 7 ilaricopa 16 ITohave ; 6 Pima 15 Pinal 7 Yavapai 18 Yuma , 4 Total numbe...

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. — 17 August 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power. .Latest U.'S. Gov't Report RoYal ABSOLUTELY PURE YTsDSSswute Dailt. Chautauqua is now pronounced, tslkaffay, with tho accent on tho talk- Wa ton. havo a car load of beer. and if you don't beliovo it go to the J jlontorumn or Petrified Woman' ' saloon. Chief Engineer Vaugim. . cele?. Cal . on mil road the An to Bo absent until tuo ena oi u week A southern editor down in Ten- nosse took occasion a few days back to roast a crowd of lyuchors, and they up and bung hint in olligy. Ex. Geo. Ford, tho Mutual Insurauce B&n, savs ho is not going out to tho Whit frills as his time in Prescott is wholly taken up in the interest of his business. A. E. Dans, well known to all old Arizonans, and especially those in Mohavo county, is at presont one of the Supervisors of Los Angeles tounty, California. Messrs. Joslin & Gould have tho carpenter work coutnct iu repairing the court house, Henry Evans the plastering work, and Smith & Mc Kenna will do all th...

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. — 17 August 1892

lih II I'll Um II IMlMlMll iTlTWTIaTTMaaMaMaaasa " ""' : :--'v '" "; '-. " X ' - : -V. r it 3 A o 5 C tl 5 ;- b 1 lluntlug For Gold. Tom McConnick, of this city, and William Cooper, of Skull Valley, left Prescott last Monday for the desert Wing between the Colorado and the Santa Maria. They go on a gold hunting expedition, without possessing any kuowledgo of the exact location of the El Dorado they seek, and are guided only by one of those often-told tales wherein an Indian figures. For over 20 years the section those gentlemen go to has been reputed to contain a mine of immense wealth, and hardly a year has elapsed but what has not seen a prospecting outfit venture out, only to return with a large stock of despair and no gold. The "jig ger Bon" is the name of the mine that has mainly led many a pros pector on a weary trip to hunt, and is one of those propositions where the duplicity of the red man has fig ured with more or less success to himself for years in horses and other goods...

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. — 24 August 1892

ARIZONA WEEKLY'" JOURNAL-MINER VUlJ.-A-A-LxV AO 1AKIZOXA.IOUUNAL. KMnblUhed I ARIZONA JOURNAL- INER TAriniim Jottmal-Mliicr is published 1 ArlioiiH Weekly Journal-Minor r"f f Yaninal county. Ue l C MAKTIN, Editor aud Troprlett TEKMS: Pally. I J. l atlTanco J? r.!lr Tr mourn. . ..... .... .. I nSv delivered by earner to city suwerib- er,per wek 5iy.v,;;:;;::;;: 25 4 00 2 SO yftly, three monUis 1 25 WHiru'iv" , , ..... r-AdvertKws lwtes m.vle known on applica tion this office r at the following acanews: 10 ptaerKfT. Tntmne oiMlu, Now York. 1 ilmw & Hey. San Francisco, r. FWr, MerchanTs Exchange, Fmn- Cybere the paper is kept on file. Secret Societies. i KNlUllT&TEMPlAlt. Stated con IkS) clan fin Friday of each month, l'ilsrirn v Sir Knight courtooudly invited. A. G. OUVKlt, E. a 8. F- HMaHT. Kecorder. g iZTLAN LODGK. No. l, F. i A. M. JLA UfsnUr imvtinga of this Lodyo Jrjf Maconio Hall, b p. m. on the UtSaUinlay . V of each month. cjojourniiu; brctiiren are internally inrited ...

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. — 24 August 1892

L -- of ATUZONA JOURNAL-MINER J.C.MAKT1X, K.lltor nml l'roj.'r. WEDNESDAY AUG. 21, 1S92 OUlt NATIONAlTilCKiTL For rresldrnt: UKNJAMIX 1IAKUISON, or lnillntta. For Vic-rrrltMtt: AVIIITEU.VW UUIO, Of w York. Republican Territorial Convention. ltooxs or niK TERKnonut. J ltKPUBUOAM CkNTKAI. COMMITTKK, J- Prsscott, Ariz., August 1M, 1SB. J A convention of tho Kepublican party of ArizoiiR will ba held at tho city of Proseott, on Thursday, tho Sth dnv or J&rtt, 1832, for tho purpose of RcloctitiRa candidate of tho party for Delegate to Congress, and nlaoono Councihnan-at-LarKe. The basis of representation will bo ouo delegate from each county, and one dele gate for each fiftv votes, and one for each traction of fifty over twenty-five v tv over twontv-live votes east for Geo. W. Chevnev for deleeata to con gress at the November election in 1RX). The representation of the several counties will, therefore, bo a follows; Apache covfaty Coconino Cochise Graham Gila Maricopa... ICohiTe Pima ...

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. — 24 August 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder .ASS 5TB W EMfOEi Friday's Daily- . Don't miss tho g. cottcort this ovon- Tho COnenrf. will 1... " w w ""a UVCIllUg. Gov iomorT. o r i . . on todav' ir, :.. ""nny nrrivod on 0(in3 3 tram on an official visit. XIlO SATtnuiAt's Daily. t3!Xlf P'oturos will bo disposod of tonight at Hotel Bnrkn .r. nVlnnk. b. promptly SooWonml.,,, ouiuz xsow York Thcatro Com to say Wednesday's Daily. Bead what Goo. Ford has iu an insurance ad today. Tho A. & P. railroad will inalco a rate of oco coat par milo durin g tho Albuquerqo lair. F. W. oocl, a well-known busi ness man, and leader in Pheuix, society, is visiting our city for a few days. Charley Allou, tho genial assaver tuo ro-.viiou ivm . carao in yesterday, aud brines tlm usual good roport;from that camp. Prof. Campbell, of Mohave countv is in town, and will remain for seve ral days looking at miuiug proper ties iu this section. Tho Ladies' Aid Society of tho M. E. c...

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. — 24 August 1892

if! IS; f Twkubrr-, TBcl Tewksborry is i lite Pheurx jail at last. Ho was put in yester day at noon without the Imowludgo of a man oxcopt a fow of tho on cials. Iudocd no ono know that ho was on routo to tho oity though it was supposed that ho would bo brought, in somo time before tbo closo of Rhodes' examination. Tho affair was managed with tho utmost secrecy. Marshall DoNuw roachod Tucson ou Sunday irighU spent tho next dny there not mak ing known his errand to eveu tbo othcials. Ho waited uutil it was o lato on Monday night that Associa ted Press dispatches oould not 1h sent out whon ho presented his cre dentials to Sheriff Brown. DoNure left with tho prisoner at 1 o'clock yesterday morning. On arriving at Maricopa the engineer of tho M& P. train was instructed to look out for a signal on tho dos ort about sis miles the other side of Kyrene; ho was also instructed to slow up whon ho observed tho sig nal without stopping tho train. Everything was in readiness and at a point ag...

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. — 31 August 1892

I ? TZONA EKLY JOURNAL-MINER - - ! I PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1892 PRICE, TEN CENTS Pit i in ,.J. SW2fuSD X--. "- . - - WE i-v ... i uui ms - -' ltf ;i 1 TERMS; ,,iu in advance $10 00 PAlJr. C5-wl ur carrier to city cuWribl trSlr. tw mouth 1 (XI 25 4 CO 2 SO 1 25 10 Secret Siebjfc? fck I VIM V A M.. o 1 KVliMiTS'nvait'LViJ.'suuon n. cla.enn-tFriaayoriuchmoanu Tilgriw Sir Kstewe couruu.v i v,asu RsiOET. llocun?2 - t 'TUS LODGE, .No. 1. F. A A. M. Misonic liaii, 5 jw m. dbiw Satarday f .n-h mBth. N'JourniliK brvtlirvn am iltaaTk. BIUQIW.W. fniiyfCominitto-Moms Uoldwator, It-N. OIUSCOIT CUIAKlhJ JJ. A. SI. No. A I btKtnl waimBnhrtioM tJie first TjT SjtcnUynu eacu mtmuint o'clock r VX. TiaUnscowwuoJiriliiJlyiriviltHl . II VICTIM 1 Eaaiaiar Coanittj-l. N. redericks, A. G 0fiw,3lorri UoMwater. . T0.0. F. ARIZONA LODGENo. 1. t. J. Rwralar mcx-fiu!, of tliis lotLro :Lnn UlllIXV OVPUinf lit flirt yM" llow, iialL bojoamm brclhnu a, orfgr in good etaiulua: a contially in vitod ...

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. — 31 August 1892

- f t I? IV MONA JOURNAL-MINER .!. C. XAKTIX, IMItor ud rropT. Wednesday aug. si, 1S92 OUR NATIONAL TICKET. For rrotMoftt: U8.VJAJUN H.VRXISON. Of IiuIlaHO. rr Vce.rrolIoM( : v ii J t x a; w K El . Of Jfew Ymk. ' J HsptHkiR Territorial Coiivention. lOOM Or TUX TsMUTOKtAT. ) ItKrtmiacAN Ckkthax. Oov'mittkk, V PRkeoorr, Aris.,Antust SI. 1802. ) A OBveim of the ItepatilirAn party of Art von.-, -rrill b add t the city of I'mwott, --a Thar-day. tht Sih av of Seot, 1892. for tie itmrpc of. Ifcttug :i onuduldtc of the friy for Dflppnt to rtiugre. Riul alsooue loancil man-u-Ijirgt. Th nasi of reureaontation will le one eleste from raoti euuuty, and one lile Ct for Meh fifty vote, and one for each fraction of fifty orer twatv-flv votes cast for Geo. TT. Chynoy foe 5logtc to oon r at tito November 4otton m 190. Ta represeuUtioc of the uevorwl comities :n .w.. . l. ... rn . mil, wcnumi w n juiiuwq, Apieks county Socliiae (CraluuM..... Sift - Maricopa.... ifoliT PinjR Piwsl Yavapai . . . . . Yn...

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. — 31 August 1892

Highest of all in leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Repo m r psimj ABSOHJTiOf pure fujSESAt's Daily. Messrs- Brodie ami Morwin leave tomorrow for tho Walnut Gro-.o . section. I feroral Pnvcottif os left this after- " noon for Williamson allev. whore 3 dance will bo given tonight. X dauco will take place at the nat r next Saturday evening. A jvaeral invitation is giveo, bat politicians an especial welcomo to is ex'enaeu. Tho Miiiers' Association of Ne-,. Till county' California, are arrnug instohavoa small stamp mill in full operation at the Worlds Fair as 3 part of its mineral display. Sreral Native Sons of t ho Golden TCeit will moot tonight and arrange for a bail aud supper to bo given in IYescott on September 9th, Califor nia's admission day. This will bo the first observance ever had in Ariz onxolthat day, around which still clnters the scnios of long ago aud xrhtch the native sons so oarnostlv and patriotically celebrate on oaeh succeeding auni versa ry. -Romance,' the magazi...

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. — 31 August 1892

i 93 LOCAL BUSINESS MENTION. Some Interesting- Items For A Classes of Headers. dough's apples fifteen pouudi for ?1, at S. 0. Wvukoop's. jy20tf Call for tho PAT cigar at the Montezuma Saloon, tf Tho "Milk Shako" is iti town, ai Tho Mountain City Drug Stor, 10 eonts. tf "Stargo," ''Orange Blossom," and "Mercantile Cigars can bo bought only at Aitkeirs Cigar Store. tf Fine Imported Cigars just receiv ed at Ford's. These cigars aro ox ocllent. tf Imported cigars 12$ cents wtch, at tho Keystouo Saloon. Chnrle lvico, proprietor. tf Try one of tho "Champion" Ci gars at Aitkon's. A now brand and a daisy. - tf Fresh Candies received each week at Aitkon's. Finest assortment in town. tf For nico Bugy, Phretou, Spring "Wagon, or anything iirthat line, call on Brocht & Throne. tf Dr. Henley's celery, beef and iron bitters at tho Koystouo Saloou. The best tonic and nerviuo known, tf I will not bo responsible for any bills contracted oxcopt on written ordor. Wm. Dulin. tf Carpets, Bugs, Matti...

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