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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 21 December 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power. 41 ABSOLUTKLY PURE C. A. Randall is in from Crownod. King- vy. 0. Bashford. .rotuqioir last lit visit, tli Onlriftlroiii. Mr and Mrs. Goorgv Howler rim' iejoicin over iao mnii w u tumgu- inhn Rhoadamor, thv contractor ijtpoict of Rocks, was m town to- V J. McCoriiitck came in yestr. Xrancu. There seoms tobon inarriajj oideniic, caused by tho cold sua fcobably. A deed from W. W. Cook to' .John like, for 1(H) acres, lor sou..nas oen filed for record. J. R. Lision, of Camp Old Rolia- ,leu came m 3ostorua)', ou a urun usiness trip 10 irescou. - i Wnsl. sliaro and keen enough to -k " .i i a man almost, lias -oeencom- g from tho north today. Marshal Fan! has "one (o 1 lag- taffand Wiuslow, while his deputy W.L-Gray lias gone to jyort, se ance. ' If vou want to Llaugh and grow Keogh in his 1) .,..,!( r" . m nun so ialties at (ho 01! SC. ' Fred Rief has sold his interest in ft Palace barber shop, ami it ts norted that lie will open a shop m. e basement oi ...

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. — 21 December 1892

LOCAL BUSINESS MENTION. Some Interesting: Glasses of Items For Keaders. Al Call for the PAT Montezuma Saloon. cigar at tho tf "Stargo " "Orango Blossom," aut jiorcauuie cigars can do Dougu only at Aitkon's Uigar Store. tf Imported cigars 121 cents each, a the Korstono baloon. Charles Rico, proprietor, tf A bunch of keys was loft on the Iosk ui tho Postoffico. Finder wil pleaso return tot-hisoQlco. tf Anthony & Kuhn beer on draugh at the Montezuma, .5 cts. per glass, fccuoonors 12 cts. tl Go-whiz I Ain't it cold. Go to J. L. Pishor?s for cheap parlor -- stovos. tf Try one of the "Champion" Ci gars at Aitkeu's. A now brand and a daisy. tf Fresh Candies received each week at Aitken's. Finest assortment in town. tf For nice Buggy, Plueton, Spring Wagon, or anything in that lino, call on Urecht fc Throne, tf Fine Imported Cigars just recoiv ed at Ford's. These cigars are ex. ceuenU is Dr. Henley's celery, beef and iron bitters at the Keystone Saloon. The best tonic and norrino known,...

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. — 28 December 1892

-CsSI - .sc.- ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER '.:itV'fV: MfV vi CAKIZONA MIXKK, KtblWIeal -March , 1SS4.) Y0J.AAJ-'V I A.U1ZQNA .MU'KNAI., KntbllUa IS?, f PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMTBEK 28, 1892 PRICE, TEN CENTS WEEKLY )re Y h. 0- ler he d. !vrit- Wtn1JV. at P;tt, the &j:::;:::r:::::::::;; f ffSy. thrw m.Tttuw ......... Frai w 1 orj OB 111- Secret Societies. Kir Kniifht hrtvlr wmtetu. S. E. Rrmut. lltxxmler. , iYzrioAN LODGE. So. 1. V. A. M. A A :tvuUr nwUBR of this Lod t "jfX M.vonic Hall, S Vr m J' lat.turdaJ' &aminhw Commituw-Mom Goldurator, lUk. Fredrick.. O- F. . . , Statd conirotinicsiUoa III fiit Kilnnlajf of chiWUTth t? 'cUclc P. u YUitlntf cwnnanun cwluuly in.vitiyi 7 AtSFBu. ... I II HIXl'KH. II. , 1 0,0. r. .VKIZONA WJlKii;i. 1. 1. 1N.mti- n..tlnf ht thin IivIl-o J Owt nnkr in jrooltaailiJxKr cordially mvitcd V. iV. liAfa UVi uriM, .raio nmuiu 'avi?iT Monday Wilis W riiio. uaiu w'Juuiniiw; " Fli in .Masoitk )W1 u the uiV Thursday ."" "Professional Cards. A J". LAPP...

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. — 28 December 1892

ARIZONA JOTTEJJAL-MINER ,f. C MAUT1K. Ei)ttira4l'roi'r. Wednisday Dec 28, 1092 A revolution is reported iuprog ress iu ilesico. j James Phelan, the- California "millionaire, is dead. Michaol Davltt has been unseated in the British Parliament La Grippo has reappeared in Nov York and other eastern cities. . Tho Eiffel tower is eight inches shorter in winter than in summer. Monday jrill be observed its a holiday throughout the tfaitod States. Tho follow vhohasnTt au ineome nearly always favors income tni as a method for raising revenue. . Secretary Foster of tho treasury department says that tho monetary conference has not beena failure. The senate has passed the hill increasing pensions of Mexican war veterans 'from SS to $12 per month. Xorthern Arizona has a candi date for governor in tho person of E. Burgess, formerly register of the Prescott,. Arizona, land office. The cholera still lingers at Ham burg. Twenty-five cases and two deaths have been reported during tho last two weeks. ...

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. — 28 December 1892

I I Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Rote ABSOLUTELY PURE IWeDNKSDAV's D.UIA. TT. N. Palmer is m Irom too r- i jell. ill the churches ill town 11 iave Christinas trees this year. Br. Geo F. Thornlou, tho cattle king, camo m ou last uiguv a nam. funeral W. O. O'Neill returned ist night from his visit to Phouix, UninrG.W. Vauirhn has gone oast lo spend Christmas with his family; E. E. Kirkland is in town. . Ha is looking for a house, vrth a yiow xJ aoviug his family here. Tho case of tho United Slates vs. athariuo E Whitmer has been jutimied for tho term. The Sun passes (ho winter solstice. I o-day, and to-day and to-nioxrow ire tho shortest days oi tuoyear. Last night's traiii brought in the jilowing well known attorneys m Flagstaff: T. G. Noras", E M. and H. D. Ross. Win. Duliu, of tho Moutosutna ! sft this morning for a visit to ins aid homo in Indiana. Ho-expects; i bo absent about six weeks. A deed was filed for record to-day mi J. G. Campbell to Mrs. ...

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. — 28 December 1892

LOCAL BUSINESS MENTION. Some Intorestiug Classes of Items For Headers. Al Call Tor the PAT Montezuma Saloon. cigar at the tf When in need of a razor to the Yavapai Pharmacy. strap, go tf "SUrgo," "Orange Blossom," and Mercantile Cigars can be bought only at Aitken's Cigar Storo. tf Imported cigars 12J cents eachj at the Keystone Saloon. Charles Rico, proprietor. tf A bunch of keys was left on tho desk in the Postoffice-. Finder will please return to this office. tf Anthony & Kuhn beer on draught at tho Montezuma, 5 cts. per glass. Schooners 12J cts. tf Go-whiz ! Ain't it cold. Go to S. L. Fisher's for cheap parlor stoves. tf Try one of the "Champion" Ci gars at Aitkan's. A now brand and a daisy. tf Fresh Candies received each week at Aitkon's. Finest assortment in town. tf For nice Buggy, Phieton, Spring Wagon, or anything in that line, call on Brecht & Throne. tf Fine Imported Cigars just receiv ed at Ford's. These cigars are ex cellent, tf Dr. Henley's celery, beef and iro...

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. — 4 January 1893

mi-: JOU NAL-MIN iTtl70NA SnXEU. KstablUbed Marcti 0, 1804, CO 1A2HCa fnmWAL. KablLUcd 1874. piiescot'iautzona; Wednesday, January 4, isos PRICE, TEN CENTS 0a A"" ARIZONA WEEfcMJ 71 TV 11 lU 1 MT-vn iinUSR. Ell iuua - on oiIrimi-"'- war t'7' TERMS: .-. In advance " oo rock ttO r ytr t SO x roomn- i as re month j ltdne Ra'wade known on amdln ! ; vJ.- Su Fraad 3r MMChMf ISMw. be pspw iakept on file eoret Societies. fivo nrw r iuj v -,i r i i f uih mmut. IW" out Kconto. 0f cacn mown, oojvn. 1, intl to attend BRIQnT, W. M. kiUOK t mnmi-s 'WvnT rilAPTKn, H. A. M. fitniof wtfh snoath at 7 o'clock r ? Miwtw t-oUwiter T O. O. F. ARIZONA UDGSNaj 1. S i. Hesalar inertics of Uiis lodce 5- Jew? WtHlncwUr hbu :JAV.i LANDGREBE, Koble Grand. SUhosiT. IWwnliiu: fcecreurj u-if .w.7ntn?kiiikteiBS0l etaail- .corJiWxltofnjk , . Lakdocoik. K. f it. & S. els in Masonic nau un uwum i mcn.lu . . . ... . . SIW. 1- W. ttQrwj wumu. . A. It UanwK. &xin4ary. 'rofessional Oaxds. W DOiMIKR. M. n . PHYSICI...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 4 January 1893

crimp r 1 i s - 1 i 1 1 ; If-7 - ? Jon: L-MINER Siektww has :agam ontored tho Wlute Houso. Thistime crraud- Itta of President Harrison is strick a with .arlet fover. What a pit j it is that ovory demo- j Wit canuot bo, a federal office holder; thoj oil appear to have as ptrfttiotw ia th&t direction. Mr. Cleveland truly says of hi Prty: "If we soo nothing in our tietoiT but i liconso to rorol in par tiftMt spoils we shall fail at ovory fmmV If tho avorage democrat aw ft&yth mg else he keeps almighty qOMt about it. Prophet Foster's storm, duo in this section about December 2G, it now several days overdue. It tains to hi e materialized all right tad oil time in California, but has apparently either solected another mete to crojs the continent or else xpe&ded all its force in tho golden state. Indications now point to pros parous um foriProscott next year. Tba Iwtirfinp of the S. F., P. & P. nulroad haa attracted more atten tion to this ection than anything that has incu...

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 January 1893

Just of 11 to Lcwening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report L17AI ABSOUUTELY PURE ESDAI'S DilLT. G, W. Yiokerscauio m joster- foiu Congress. a sr. Aitken'. for rt to bo givou Decombor JN. train failed to arnve umn Irght last ieu' irht no eastern ma". li xr;nr srtut two six horse x to Hillside josionwj wuu ic5 ana-two more touay. -irllc f.JI tlowu a shall , fortrfivo foot deep yesterday - Bu& recoivingsUghtinjuriM to. ,fl 7?. H. Brown of t.-1 i " . . t Entornnso. eouvieteu ut tiff UroWSlUi Vuuiwvm, "2 -d bv Judjro Sloau to five u?h iu the ponuonuary. it .nirp .fc Snns. the S. F., P. fc Jjuuvij - ' , J ilroait contractors, jiovu uwu ffico in rroscott wuu ory in charge. They aspect to their general oiucus uu ui- ters to rrescou m auoui- mi s. - ' . i -i. J, Stewart mm in irom u yesterday to mire a niasltea wliiohhehad the misfortune t caught betweou the bumpers t cars on the now railroad. No s wore broken aud he will bo to report for duty ajpun very fhile soliciting oorrespondeuce kx a...

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 January 1893

It a- 'i . the FAT Sftlooa. cigu at tb ti Coy. te iet ami tin bturk at ion in need of a razor slraorff the Yavapai Pharmacy. " It . 4 uStargo," "Orange Blossom," and Hi rcantile Cigars can be bought i lAy at Aitkeivs Cigar Storo. tf Importod cigars 12J cents oachj at t H) Keystone Saloon. Charles Rice, - roprietor. tf A bunch of keys was left oujhe desk in the Postoffice. Finderfwill please return to this office. tf Anthony & Kuhn beer on draught at the Montezuma, 5 cts. per glass. Schooners 12 cts. tf Ge-whiz ! Ain't it cold. Go to J. L. Fisher's for cheap parlor stoves. tf Try one of the "Champion" Ci gars at Aitken's. A new brand and daisy. tf Fresh Candies received each week atAitken's. Finest assortment in town. tf For .nice Buggy, Phroton, Spring Wagon, or anything in that line, call on Brecht & Throne. tf Fine Imported Cigars just receiv ed at Ford's. These cigars are ex client, tf Dr. Henley's celery, beef and iron bitters at the Keystone Saloon. The best tonic and n...

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 January 1893

4- ' .-'V aSs " WEEKLY JOURNAl r n (AKXZOXA JUNEB. Etabl!iihed March t, 180 I XXIX NO S3 JaUIZOXA JOURNAL, Established 187-t. f PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEIESBAY," JANUARY 11, 1893 to ? Or - aiC D. car. Belief 4 1 IONA JOURNAlrKINER POWER PBISTIM KUUbK. :jY war exccot Sunday. . '"Vr.r;' UVeklv JonrnaWimw ij l erT WrfnaAv. t rtu u at of Y.vsiu county. UAKTI Kdltop and rro,.rlt.,r in vlvMioe C D61 . - v, mat monins. is. thrco months.. - 10 -AArtif bur IW nwu known on avi" cr& RerVTribano BolldinR. Ww 1. rk. Kran- tha ppw is kept on file. 'liOCTJlSecret Societies- -T4.TTTrtv "rvwiMANDEKY No. . c! fiwt Friday of each jwmtlu r m E. Bbight. lloeordw. " " ..rti' v. i Xf .V A- M. Mentally inital to attend. . N. FREDKRinCS, Swtsrj. , ounlniiw Committeo-llorns Gold water, IU. ileriefcs. ur-iiiaw r.. X Batatdajsot Mcnnunui ' " f attend. " -w" ' feffigSra-. Frodorick8,A.G. bf tha order tafiood standing are cordially invited .11 a u ei. EXT1NE. NoUe Grand. 8. A. hoax's, RecordinK Swretary. T7NIGIE...

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 January 1893

1 r. t - 'm HFWa rf: K : IZONA JOITKN AL-MDfflR ferriN. Editor ami I'rop'r. lVXltXOK SHIUrUY T.VIilCS. Wither at hoin or abroad, Gov- r Murphy novor loses an oppor- mty to say a good word for Ar Our territory never has had official who has boon moro do- to Arizona's interests than Hou N. O. Murphy during his rosi dftttcuhore. Even as a private citi zen, he labored in season and out of san for tho development oitho territory's resources, and millions of dollars of capital havo been brought to tho territory through A . rr - i r tr 1 i i il too eiiorcs 01 mmssu auu xiis u rum or, P. M. Murphy. "When the P. & A. C. railroad was built thoy render ed material aid to Mr. Bullock, and it has been duo almost solely to their efforts that the construction of the S. R, P. & P railroad has been commenced and the capital secured for its construction through to Pho nix. As secretary and later as gov ernor of the territory, Mr. Murbhy has put forth even crreater efforts than as a private ci...

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. — 18 January 1893

jjjglj if WEEK MR Jj - - A X 1 S1 I .. t.t 1-1 1 .. . 1 1d).t k PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1893 VOL. XXIX NO - jAKIZONAJOUltNAl., XfttablUhc.l 1374. f PKICE, TEN CKNTS 1 Mil I f A L -VI ARIZONA JOOMAL-anNER POWKB PKIMXG HOUSE. TTvrlio" .roamalOtlner i publlrfiwl -L- Air ia J war exooTrt. Sunday. l2 Arixona Wek!y Joiiriinl-Mlm-r Is evocr Wednesday, -t lTmootU the V ,tr t of YAVugl county. I t:. MAHTlSfKilUnr d Vmnrletor. TEKM& Jilr. pwytwr. In advance HKior vmI . Jjl Afcif. P?r Jw-v 4 5 wly. month. -.- fVeakiv, three nMtt - 'iSJ' WW.. if rA.lvertM ; U-ttw maJo known on applied TlarAltey, Tribune Bnlldlnt;. New i,r. IViM - & lt &u Frame". Uio paper is keiA on tlln. Secret jSociofcies. "tvanhob " coiW)KiurKoT "2, "af 1 KNIGHTC TBMl'LAK. Stated con S. E. TlmofrT, Itpcordcr. JOT AN LODGE. N. 1. I'. A A. M. I HtkbIw i(xtias of tins lxxlire nt Jlvonic 1UU, s ju h n tlie latStanUy innnih. VUiotirniiur brouirflu lie KrvdmctoCr,F.PWHf Oltnr, ilorris Uoldwxter nf the...

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 January 1893

ARIZONA JOTlIQrAL-anMBB J. C. 31 AKTIX. KdltornUlroiT. Wednesday. TTTTTJasitabt 18,1992 between KUITOKIAX. NOTES Blaine's condition has .again im proved. A freight rate war iron California and the east. Mrs. Annie Besant, the apostle .of theosophy, is lecturing in Los An geles. Tombstone is preparing to givo General Wearer a rousing reception on his arrival there. It begins to look now as if Mills would bo Hogged out of his seat in the United States senate. A blizzard, reported to bo the worst ever experienced in New York, occurred last Weduesday. Franco is reported on tho evo of another revolution and the safety of the republic is threatened. . A democratic exchange says that Governor Hogg, of Texas, weighs 375 pounds. He is a bigger Hogg than wethousrht he was. . Newspapers continuo the work of eahmnfc mahni? for Cleveland, lne o latest-addition to hiscabinet is Sen ator Cockrell, from Missouri: Out of two hundred .jurors, selec ted at Cheyenne, to try tho cattlo- mon. lmnlicated ...

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 January 1893

t Way at Tyluc hliuuUku:k. Every ono has somo rulo for in. suring a shoestring knot, but most of the little schemes aro delusions. The impish little laces work them selves loose with an easo which sug gests the agency of supernatural fin gera. Thoro aro, however, a fow ways of manipulating tho strings which can be pretty surely relied on, and thoy aro worth finding out One of tho simplest is to tie an or dinary double bowknot, pulling the loops out quito long, and then to re do these loops. It stays in, but makes a thick knot Another simplo and popular meth od is to pass string No. 2 around loop No. 1 twico instead of onco beforo drawing it through tho opening. A really infallible way is to iioan ordinary doublo bowknot Then bo faro pulling it down tight pull loop No. 1 back and pass it through tho opening onco mora. Pull tho loops out tight and you will have a knot which will stay by yon through the vicissitudes of any ordinary day. Still another knot for which unty ing, if not und...

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. — 18 January 1893

01 ), i m rarent mm urn WITH INTERCHANGEiJ3LE BLADES. Tho Groatasfc Invention of tho Century in Pockot Cutlory. It will cause a revolution in tho Cutlary trade. -r "V : ' - A mm mm I I INJECTIONS Open tho bladoof tho knifo about as far ss shown in out No. I ami put a common pin through thoholo in tho spring to hold saino back, while tho blado is closed again. Aftor this it is quito easy to lift tho blade out of tho rivet and handle, as shown in cut 2, aud to put in auothor blado in tho yicervorsaway. Tho whole procedure is done in a moment aud a child will easily understand it. For sale at HILL S Hardware Store Bargains From now to stock taking, to clour out oilds and onds:. K. Watch this column . It moans what it savs. Children's and Ladies' Wooleni : ' Mfcrino Underwear. Erom lpC a Ganuant up. t Do not wait till 3our swoi?sold 2 Arizona r TTo every person whmU one Cat Pho tographs between this date ana .lauuuij , v , i Tioaf. vW were taken tho lirst ot the J1K VlX 1- not yet mater...

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. — 18 January 1893

.1 Si' .A- THE ARIZONA WEEKLY JOJJRNAL-MINEK: PRESCOTT, ABIZONA, Highest of aU in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report wV I ABSOUUTE1Y PURE ' ontsdat's Dailt. flight storm symptoms havo , .-area. ap- .'ima county has SS,000 1U her t ad fund. -ir:it:nno line n. division of tbo form Rank K. of r. T B. Cannon and family havo ro t.nied to thoir homo at Date creek. The reporter failed to secure a -single item from the court house to day. J. C. Herndon will leave for P'io nir to-morrow to attend supro.no court James E. Porter, county surveyor of Apache county, left for home this morning. Gr. W. Ford says that his recent illness was not a case of pueumonoy, but of uonione'.- The Young Men's Club has elected Gr. A. Swan as its president and C. A. Green vice president Fred. W. Wood, of the McNeill Printing Company of Phenix, came in from the south last evening. W. W. Horton and Prof. J. F. Blandy returned yesterday from an eighteen days' trip west of Prescott. Ed. Home left this mornin...

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. — 18 January 1893

wm a ianut 9 w THE ROSE PARK OF NICE. Grow on mXcrr W Ihavoeorendtimca tad ocoarion to Tisit the famous Pk erf Itooas at NJco. Tho flowers there are tne most beautiful in the world. tHanka of the Var ate bor d(S by a too of hills of some height, which are prolonged as far as StosecL The hills on the lef bank aid in protecting the whole plain of Nice from tho northwest wind. Toward the southern extojmity or these hills, on very rich, Uuvjnl fa tho auras qaorter, in which aro the principal market jg Nice. In Sat quarter, also, a little tiger uP the W1L is the Josephine villa, or Park of Rosea. Here roses are cultivated exclo, lively for sale in winter as cut flow ers. Out of the twenty-eight or thirty acres which the property com prises about ten acres are devoted to the purpose of forcing the rose trees, ud are covered with very numerous small greenhouses or extensive hot bed frames, one or the other of these being always in use for furthering the production of the flowers. The total...

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. — 25 January 1893

RUT- ..wrv'S: - " ARIZONA JOURNA MINE Ktrv r.c cAUIZOS'A MXXKK. XttablUheii March 0, 1804, VOL. XXIX NO. OO fAKlZONAJOl'ltNAI., Kstabllslifd 1874. f PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1893 PRICE, TEN GENTS WEEKLY ARIZONA JO URN AL-HINEK POVYKE PRINTING' HOUSE. TteAriaoM. Journal-Miner i ruhlMwd ?J5 ."i"V w-kfr Journal-Miner i inn -him -- , i at PrwcoU. the j c. MAKTIN. KHtor and IVoprlrtcr. (rrllttlltl. k 23 . ier wMk 4 00 2 So .i Hr- lit montlis i-ktj.pr yr Ureklr, threo month 1 10 rAdrertisin Bate mad known on aj..4.eaj nS,teTw6i-BoiUln. New So. 1'nlmpr A 1W. Ssa Francisco. Ll? Fi5en Merchant Exchange, f Where the pap la kept on file. Krsn- S Secret Societies.. cUw firrt Friday ot each month.1 Ifibtrim A. u. vrj. i S. E. T5B10HT. Kecorder. . A IluUr nUns ol ftto l.J - nth. feioamtnc brethren are trtemUj taTltoa to aaro BR1QIrp M &amintaKCarnjttBe-aIom Gold water, lf-h. Flericlaa7C. Jer . PBESCXHT HiAl-iiuk, i.. . . Htated ommnncuuns tln tirst - T " ri" -. i K at 7 nVlor...

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. — 25 January 1893

19 THE ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER: PRESCOTT, .ARIZONA. :' 1 : ' ' - : '- -4" ' i P- - --. ft. V.- -r 1 i? "Si.-5.- ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER J. C. MAttTJJf. JMUoramlVrop'r. Wednesday Jaxcabt2B,:1892 KDITOIUAl. NOTES. Blaine still lives, to tho surpris of his physicians. Tariff Roformor Wattorson wants lir mstorimr tho IUD LUliL IBiUimvi "J dut' on sugar. Tho funeral of tho lato Ex-Prosi-tlont Hayes took plaoo to-day at Froinont, Ohio. Judge Nelson, of the United States conrt in Minnesota, has de cided tho exclusion act unconstitu tional. Phenix soenis to realize now that it mado a mistake m auuionziut ' Mr.Hendorshotttogo to Washing- ton in the interests of Statehood. - Glandors prevail to an alarming extent among horses m and around . Los Angeles. Two men have also 'died recently there from this disease. Dr. McGlynn says ho made no apology or retractions in ordor to bo reinstated. In othor words, the church advanced to his position in stead of his receding from it. Republicans genera...

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