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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 25 January 1893

Tending to rolltlca. I' fount! tho druggist rending n cowapapcr and apparently consider ably excited. A county ticket had leen nominated tho day before, and it turned out that ho did n6t favor Eoiuo of tho candidates, although of his party. Notwithstanding I was a stranger, he began talking local poli tics to me and was going it strong when a colored man came in. "Now, then, what do you want!" demanded tho druggist. "Quinine, sah ten cents' wuth." The druggist went back of tho counter to put it up, still talking polities, and tho longer he talked tho madder ho got I did not pay strict attention to what ho was doing, but after the negro had oue it struck mo that a mistake had been made. "Did that man ask for quinine!' ' I asked. ' "I boliero ho did, and what on earth could have possessed that con vention to nominate such a man as Sam Raines for sheriff I I" "Are you sure you gave him qui nine?" "Why, I presume I did. T seo that ticket in Texas before I'll sup port it" "My friend," I ...

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. — 25 January 1893

THE ABIZOtl . WEglCLY JOURNAL-aNER: PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. 1893 jaWrAL-'BAlL OF I'llK - Mi DEPARTMENT AT CITY HALL, ON WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY! Wednesday Evcniug, Fob. 22, lbMM. TIOKKTS, TWO l)OI.lVUS. Williams Hosse PRESCOTT, A. T. THE . ONLY FIRST-CLASS FAMLY HOTEL IX TllK CITY. Bus to and From the Depot. RATES, REASONABLE, Special Kates by the Month. .T.A.KyOBLOCK,Propr. THE ELITE RESTAURANT! HAS HUES HE -OPENED Untlcr tho Munwrnent of Barrett & McKinuon! The finoet dining hall In Preseott and the only rvstaurant where White Labor Exclusively ! Ik HmhW)iL iTeals sorred at all Hours. Special Katos to Families. AT COST AT PORTER'S! KAST SIIK OF TLAZA. fjFl will soil my stock of Ladies' -Dress Goods, Underwear and corset? at tost for the next thirty days to make room for r. now lin. Men's underwear, Boys Knits-. Mon's and Women's Shoes at way down pricos. Please call and examine my goods. GEO. S. PORTER, East Side of Plaza- J. W. GRAHAM, rI y'0 (Jixirw ixiBth of Hotel Ierk win) to X a...

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 January 1893

"V THE ABIZONA "WEEKLY JOVRNAL-MINER: PKESCOYT, ABIZONA. ' Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov t Keport RoYal ABSOLUTE! PURE "Wsdsesoat's Daily. Epworth league social tonight. W. 0. O'Xeill left for the oast yesterday. Hugh Burns, Jerome, is a late ar rival at Hotel Burke. The storm was of short duration, the weather being clear and pleas ant again. H. J. Allen of the Unitod Vorde Copper Co., Jerome, is a guest of Hotel Burke. S. B. Hibbens, president of t Flagstaff sand stone company, is a guest of Hotel Burke. Forbes Riokard, superintendent of the Hillside mine, and H E. Armit a"s in charge of the mill, left for Hillside today. J. P. Bruce arrived last night from the new railroad and is today con fined to his bed with an attack of pneumonia. At tie meeting of the territorial press association in Phenix last Sat urday a resolution was adopted urging Governor Murphy to go to Washington to work for the admis sion of Arizona. An excellent portrait in crayon of General ...

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 January 1893

r HP I KaZ, asp?- --- -a,-- 4 j -r X- - V ' ' . u. ... rm i TV CP" u & . mvg: - Oltjr Council VroceedliiE., Xhe City Council mot January 21, 1S93. Present, Mr. President, Coun cilinen. Goldwater, Conuoll, Hath away and Marks. The water cowinitteo asked and were granted further time. J. C. Martin appeared before the council with reference to his water rent, and upon motion referred io the chairman of the water commit too for action. The special committee, consisting of Goldwater and Hathaway, to whom was referred the codifying and printing the city ordinance reported that they had decided that the present contractor, J. C Martin, was not required to print old ordinances, undor-this year's contract, and asked furthor time. Thopotitions for marshal were read and ordered lilod. Messrs. Fa gan, Burton and Dodson placed in nomination. Upon tho calling of the roll, Goldwater, Marks aud Mr. President voted Fagan; Couneil voted Dodson, and Hathaway voted Burton' Mr. Fagan was declared el...

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 February 1893

' iimu W jjiawuww jgpwpg- 1 ARIZONA WEEKLY r , VOL, XXIX NO 35 jAKIZOXAUOUKJiAl.. JS.tabll.licl 187. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY l, 1893 PRICE, TEN CENT JOURNAL ilMH 1 Til I. , , , , , - . - , . -,,' - " ' '-"' l I I I I -I I .mn.. I.I I II m, ARIZONA JO UMA1-MINER POWER PRISTiyO- HOUSE. Th Arloa Journal-Miner U published: rv .lav in thf jvar oicent Sanday. li ArUoim AVekty Jouroal-Mlurr iii Diufcud I eTry WeanUr. at Pnr-cott, the - maw t of Vandal county, j C MA.UTIX. Kdltor ami lrorlrtor. TEKM& tVj, per ywr-ndranco t 0 rr. ior wk 4 m Awkly. nx rnoaths r$ tlr. Ur wonUu 4 Siwrlscopjr " W-Adwrtilns lUtrt mado known on a;jilic- lMmer&Key, Tribano ItaUdinR. Now lurk. I 'aimer Alter . Sn Fraacvco. '"Where the plr Is kfl fi Secret Societies. S. E. llwnnT, KtwrdVr. AZTLAN IODGK. No. . F. i A. M. A !U1 mMtilUM of till lxHlO at iT-.i it.ii m n m .mi lh UntHalunlav niiwuiiu Alot. - : - mnnh. Snionruiiu; breUtren are TratoroilU inxill to attemt BRIQllT w M K. X. FKEDE1UCKS,...

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 February 1893

1 'S&SC:: :,"if:J-i'-r't: ' ,"55! f- ' ... . at" J. C. MAlVTXXi K.morandrrov'r. Col. idUiMiu, aormrlj af thftThirxi Infantry, broltiarfcf 'Col. 3Iasoh of tho Ninth inlauwy, sta tioned at Whipple, died Jan. 27. Tho notion of tho souate on tho Arizona admission bill niay causo a ohaugo iu tho political taok of . . , . . r i r. certain aeinocrauo aspiraiua aui official position in tho territory. Tt. is rumored tLat Senator Chas J, Faulkner is to wed tho widow of Senator Hoarst of California. Soua tor 'Faulkner is a widower. Mrs. Hearst's fortune is estimatod at SKMX)0,OOa All tho rivers of Germany aro frozen ovor, and the cold is so in tonso that mauy people have porish- led, but oholora continues to claim victims just tho same. Exchange Gov. N. O. Murphy is doing good work ju Washington for tho causo of statehood for Arizona. It is a safe proposition to make, that if Arizoua is not admitted, there will not bo a territory let into the union. It takes a city alderman to offect- Sov-...

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 February 1893

Tinas BA SHFORD BUBMISTlR COMP .y'- ' 'I'KADK WHOLESALE - GENERAL'. MERCH AND'SE , S WE are in constant receipt ot the latest stylos miti dhqicest varieties in nl Wines of Goods and carry In Stock a full ine for Fall and Winter Needs. ; ' -' v .-.- -, Woolen Blanket-! . - fT went y varieties. Quilts mondless grades. V Men's Underweai'f . A fino and complete lino of best assortment in neckwear. - :" . i Boots and Shoes ! ! rjf"Ono hundred assorted stylos in Ladies Misses' mid Children's and all grades in Men's Boots ami Shews, Call and soo this Assortment and the prices thoy are sold at. Every pair warranted. , Hardware! -rjr-T?r, vwiln in nn Anchor. ohoicelino now in stock including the in Tinware, Granitowaro and Australian roreoiam. - Groceries and Fiwisions ! rp-rti. rnv nml fiLmle. all nurchased early iu the season" a. low priced Goods in this department are just arriving. ..Come jiud got the benefits of those low prices. Crockery, Lamps, Glassware -Ve aro receiving an elegant 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. — 1 February 1893

5 this " iMiizoy a Weekly to txix.ar iifrzoxA 3m 4 THE TRAIL ON THE MESA. Over tho mesa, baro tuidlirown, - Under ths Warlnc noathern tan. A worn, old trail leads forth from the totm To tho dwellins of thoee whoso toil is done. A little cl aster of era vets, forlorn, Forsottcn. lonely, unkempt and still, "VhWe around tho cactus and through th thorn Tue narrow trail creeps over tbe htlL Somebody's lover, somebody's friend Under each vrooden headboard lies; Somebodr'a drama played to tho end. To praisine mortals or weeplnc akica. Sin and sorrow and love, now past. Strength to conquer, and fault to fail; Theso they have known, and then, at l&st, Tho slow, sad Journey over the trail. Tho gates of tho Rret corral swine wide: - Tha trail leads on to the heart of theweat. Over tho crest of tho great divide. Florence E. Pratt in Ilarier1 Weekly. The ilattlruake and UU TalL - The habit of rapidly shaking- the end of the tail is by no means pecu liar to rattlesnakes, but isjdno com mon to...

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. — 1 February 1893

pflf . . c:r'3iy -y-rj, . - , - --i " ?I ' ribs' . " j-tT1 J""" . ' ' n . ' v .- THE ARIZONA WEEKLY JQURNAL-MINEB: PRESCOTT. ARIZONA. lignest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Pomler ABSOLUTELY PURE an- jesdat's Daily. 1 M. Goldwator & Bro's mient in this issue. nk Wrisrbt. the Chapparal ig king, left for bis camp this mg, A. J. Hujrhes. wife of tho r. . t r 1. cnown s. p.. x x sr. suu-uuu r, is sick. Sierra Club will moot at -8 yk, to-niffbt, in their club room Mi araner s oia si ore. v . ). Ii Urown camo up irom ms , josterday. Mr. Brown is eu ro, putting in a crop s He savs he has retired from.. fces uutif ISM. A. Howe has received word of irious illuess of his youngest ijred uiuo years, at Portland, ju. xxeis aiuiciuu. wiwii jutiijiui. a raugements have lon made j erection oia uuu iuetno mrch at White Hills, in Mo- countv. A portion of the sr is already on the ground. the quarterly conference of E, Church last evening, Kev. 'base reported the access...

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. — 1 February 1893

THE AKIZONA "WEEKLY JOUBNAL-MHSTER: PRESCQH? ABIZONA ' '' ' '- """ ,'. i I" i f . - i " .JAVD1"' Tin' ' . i ii T-- BK r ft . 7 ' 6S- ' -- I V- . -r - f?-; - . r ' ; lilt1 i , ' , " - , V" - i . --,'1 of Honor. Pupils who hnvA heoii neither absent during tho month: tartly nor HIGH SCHOOL. Winnie Gould, May Hall, Bossio Hatz, Violet Hatz, Iran. Martin, WiUie Crocker, Fred Moore, Chas Raible, Clarence Spauldmg, Fred Chase. THIRD GRAMMAR GRADE. Mrs. J. J. Fisher, teacher. Willmott Pontland, Frank Knapp, John Fredericks, John Houtz, Ger tie Price. Sadie Jenkins, Minnie KadczQWskj, Winnie Counell, Elsie Rodenourg, Gertrude Pentland, Nellie Crocker, Mina Pontland, Flora Hanna, Delia Burdpe, Flossie Cartter, Edith Weaver, Ida Smith, Gladys Wright. SECOND GRAMMAR GRADE. Miss Laura W. Sharpe, teacher. Alice Campbell, Carrie Hartman, Laura Radczewskj, "Willie Blaine, Howard Burmister, Dan Harley, David Roes, Gideon Shull, Louise Bashford, Minnie Dwyer, Theresa Fredericks, Mattie Hartin, Harold...

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 February 1893

ARIZONA WEEKL1' JOURNAL-MINER. J t AUIZONA MINKK, Established Match 9, 18G41 JaUIZOXAJOUKNAL. Kstabllshed 'f PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1893 PRICE, TEN CENT- DOINGS. Xews from. Capital. the National .HASau- i . . - m, J TT t. succeeded admirably .i .ahmnnff tneir uan the Union soiaioi, " of the country, aim tihnramaia every- 1 J 1. - ..ttAMAD III 14 III! t III r .4v i in won tu 5ii u- ST TftO, Till I t II 111 unw aaw vi w . r 1 1 .-v iAAmii u'.ic stake even tne iwnwwuf- vx l- Tvn-MsAilslltD for y , K wt Hnr to I01T1S- M till 4Vv o 1 n,mAMl liriTimiiit" eeteof tha present uouwuiaw i r l.r nnrf nnfTiss. Tills shown dean j wneu wiomu.- 1 1 1. J i lit Luu viiiiu "r ... OOUaty llu. poivav. . - i- I. -ri n niinranuni) QlgUCSV 1UI?UV14 Govornmeut- the Marino Hos- -i CTnfl ha r:trht OI uOter- M I & vlil IbU VW it? whether people irom w i a .1 I. nil nrtma thecory.Ana ii so,nnaor . 2 .-t.tr.tne Thft NftW ore . . J. -. A mk."A1 IIIIVVHl III . that tkis proposition mignt BOU...

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 February 1893

THE ARIZONA WEEKLY JO UKNAL-MINER: PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. te iMfflfT- 1 m-r- -sX-- 3 JOUILXAL-KliXEll f IN, KtUtor hikI lroi"r. V'EI FsnnPARY S, 1S02. ffVIYOKIAl. JJOTBS. 4&seaau , of Hawaii is popular IV Fl-:.. -Herald is advocating .iiottBg of i'oiis on Sunday. Alabama, through hor legislature, at rtkin, war on cigarettos. gain F Vbb and J. H. McOlin tpeJc wportod in Albuquerque. TV tit slorui iu this section is - wort! millitMisof dollars to the Salt mr -alley. Th .TmbvJLL-MlN'EE v1 . .'.-ibreiuent is recoiviug for its Co itmibwtt: wii on. ,e Sew Xlttk objects to the au eatku if ifesTHawaiiau islands to the Ta ti-u Sl-ates. Voaj ur General Wannamakor Uas promised Govornor Murphy to rit Fheaix aaxt month. Th ciki weather in the east is ctrmnK iJEg number of eastern peep! to California. Xfc IV jPeking, which it was a -jit, has arrived in San taasawfcalhHght. Broken machin ey cxwbI ifcs delay of twelve days iu h-nrirsi. - It Uofc mtn much as if the Haw- '4wir v puld be added to the ...

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. — 8 February 1893

LOCAL BUSINESS MENTION. Some Interesting Items For Al Glasses of Keaders. Call for tho PAT cigar at tho auuiuiua oaioon. i Whon in need of a razor strap, go to the Yavapai Pharmacy. tfj j Prescriptions a specialty at the lavapai Pharmacy. tf "Stargo," "Orange Blossom," and Mercantile Cigars can be bought only at AitkoiTs Cigar Store. tf Imported cigars 12$ cents each, at the Keystone Saloon. Charles Kice, proprietor. tf Anthony & Kuhn beer on draught at the Montezuma 5 cts. per glass. Schooners 12J cts. tf Ge-whiz i Ain't it cold. Go to J. It. Fisher's for cheap parlor stores. f 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 For nice Buggy, Phreton, 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 I will not be responsible for any bills contracted except on written order. Wm. ...

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 February 1893

PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. The finest latest anil Best Appointed Hotel in Northern Arizona. CI'i-KNMU VCItNlTUlUtL AS tOMHLLiiNT - Kitchen. Couoaift LotanMroial. ijami je ICtMioiN. Good Atte&tt&Bea. Mut Hilllan Hku. ib IWt Liqoura ami lnrs. Drn-oial raUM ju iVrmanent HoarlfH Rates $2.50 mid $8 Per Day All stages running into and out of Prescott call at Hotol. Special Rates to Those Ileaiming Permiflently B011KK:& IIIOKKY. I'bopbietoiw. Atlantic & Pacific livVIIltOAD COMPANY Wkstekn DrnRios.1 TIME TABLE yTctrwAntv I No.3.tN.i.i t Eastward . lN2."lNt IteWp 12:40 v UtCl a It. . . .lkxqnt - .rllOjao p' 8jSO a I2ssjj .Kan dtf 6:30 a WO a 4:40 p &30 a 1:30 a M a Will a 1:25 B.1 ....LAJanta ...Albninrqne. . Ooolidce .... Wincato Gallup .Navajo Spring. .. ..Hoi brook.... Wimluw. ...Flaotaff.. ...... .. .William.... 1M p 2:30 p 1:43 p uiep ll.-OOa IhiSa &(0a &30a 5:10 a 4.-00 a 25a 1:35 a l&5Sp 8:10 p 6:35 p 2:00 p 1:4ft p M8a 7:00 2:18 p IMS a 3&S a UWOa a 12:3$ ...

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. — 8 February 1893

THE ARIZONAVEBKLY JOUKNAii-MINER: PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. lest of aU in Leavening Power. Latest U. a Gov't Report :oi Baking Powder FRIDAYS IAItt. H. N. Palinor has rotnrnod f roni a trip to Phonix. at the opora ABSOUUTELY PURE i jat's Dailt. :tioa day. ; a glorious rain. storm sooms to havo boon tltn vitflrt klllET. HI Sullivan, Prescott Scheldt cauie iu seples- valloy. rintendeut J. H. Campbell of lell is iu town. igan assumed his duties as police tuis mormu&. id Mrs. T. Y. Johnston navo California for a brief visit. Bonohue. sheriff of Coco- mtj, cauie in on last night's L. Shultz of Phenii is vis- it daughter, Mrs. J. A. Knob- Proseott. ' n . . i? ias Sutton, represenuug (Jo., candy manufacturers, on last evgumg,s tram. fShultz, a tfell known typo, of Phenit, and a brother L A. Ivnoblock, arrived on it's train from Albuquerque. to the inclemency of the the meeting of Golden Jhapter, No. 1. O. IE. S. will tponed until February 16. of the Y. M. it by com- iccess, mo supper was wen ...

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. — 8 February 1893

THE ARIZONA WEEKLY JQURNAL-MI3STER: FBESCOTT, ABIZQffA. 4 A Delightful Social Catherine Last evening occurred one of the :ol nmn a nf tllO SOSSOU 111 X rw" cott. Our worthy Mayor, Hon. J. 1 Tahnr nnrl llisGStiUiablo WliO, tlirOW nrum t )m Honrs of their handsome and spaciou? residence and tondercd the most eenerous hospitality to a largo circle of fnouds and ncquam TKft intv and intelligence of our fair city was there and Wkipplo Barracks was represonieu uv uie bravo officers and handsomo ladies f tha Tvf. The music furnished uv TrrtfAssors Thomas and Schless filial ihn house with sweot strains of melody so alluring and captivating that all hearts were glad and old and young alike joined in "dancing in the dreamy waltz and the stately lancers. The evening was devoted to danc ing and cards and all the invited ones united in giving expression to the idea that Mr. and Mrs. Fisher are unexcelled as entertainers. Mrs. W. B. Jones and Mrs. C. "W. Culver assisted in making tho occa sion a ...

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. — 15 February 1893

mm ZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER -rrT njn (ARIZONA 3UXKU. KttablUltcd March 0, 18Gt, YQXj.XXIA- rU o7 AKU0XA.10U11NAL, rtWIhwl XH7. I PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRU; 1893 PRICE, TEN CENTS ARi m new- ARIZONA JO URNAL-MINER POWER PJilNTIXG HOUSE. "iTB Artsona .fournal-Mhiwr is jublii4ud -virx da in Uib jwr except Snnclay. ' Vr? ArU Weekly ,IounilMlner la wSfokS 1&T WedneSlAy. t rrescott, the . c. atARTISi Editor ami Vroorletor. TEH.M& rr rar. inadvane 1J W r, per vrtk . i ft wkly.iw jwr... ,Vkly, six months. 3 Weekly, three month rwAdvortidnK Ka raade known on apidlcn Utobi offic or at Uio rdUoin awuoie: ralroer 4 Itey. TrllwM BaUUIaff. New ork. isomer lloj. San Frmnowco. l2p?FiSer. Merchant' Bschanso. Fran- eiVhero tho paper ia kept on tila. Secret Societies. I . lOlTKTOMPfrM. .Stated con W Sir Kntacoanlrmt (. &J5. Hsxmrr. Ueeorder. ' m 2TLAN LODGK. So. 1, K. A A. 11. A A KftcaUr mcoungs or tfd lx at X !? Masonic Hall. 8 p. nu on tho last Saturday nA ofS month. itojouroi...

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 February 1893

7 r ' - 1 i i i- i t .Hi- ... i. i 1.1. i, -.jjaa . .... m : -m - - 1 " 1 - i 1 I i tts - - - ii mi ii r. j rn i j rrMM Mi THE ARIZONA WJSEffiXTg JOUlJMIlV PRESCQTT, ARIZONA. J. O. MAKTIN, KtlltoramlVrop'r. Wbdxesoay Pebcbakt lfij 1S93 kiutouiai. jioTii;?. Tho Harmonist Society of Econ omy, Pennsylvania has decided to ask tho court for a receiver to wind up its affairs. Minister Stovous has doolarod a protectorate over tho Hawaiian Is- lauds by tho United States, aud Old Glory now floats ovor tho islands. It is announced that Walter Q. Groshani is to bo rewarded for his support of Cleveland by tho ap pointment as Secretory of State. Sixteen people woro a fow n'go baptized in a Missouri stream, ice eight inches thick haviug to bo out, aud tho pastor standing midway to his waist in freezing water for half an hour. If the democratic house fails to order that investigation of tho whis ky trust proposed by tho resolution introduced by Ronresontativo Bur rows, it will show tho country whi...

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 February 1893

TTTP ATtTZONA WEEKLY JOURNXIj-MINER: PRESCOTT, ARIZONA .1 ' " ' - A PAIR OF "JINERS." An Incident Showing How There Are Setbacks In All Bntlncss Scheme. "They hain't no convention noi nothin in town, is they!" asked n long haired man who, "with an elder ly lady carrying an enormous reti cule, stepped falteringly up to the counter in a Lewiston hotel Friday evening and looked tho proprietor fair in his weather eye. "Not that I know of," said tho proprietor. "What kind of conven tion, mister, were you looking for?" "Waal, Baptis'. Baptis' is' my first pick. Tra Baptis'. Hesty here," nodding at his wife, "she's got a Meth'dis' leanin, but 'twouldn't mat ter much either way, would it!" ho replied, smiling at his modest part ner. "Did you come to town expecting a convention?" asked the proprietor. "No! Oh, nol Not's I know on. We're both Y. M. C. A., ye see, and she's temperance, and I'm consider able in the Grange, and she's a Re bekah, and Tm one of tho G. A. R. post up in my town. We ...

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. — 15 February 1893

1 i aHS3t;fzONA .WBEKTiY joijMjIIBfi; PBESCOTQ1, ARIZONA. TTtvitorn Students In Uustern Collogt. Anions: tho many things over Tvhich thoir lias loen a friendly rivalry between Harvard and Yalo for rears is tho mattor of drawing students from the west Twenty years ago Yalo had much the larger number of students from the western states, tho catalogues for 1871-2 Ehowintr tho nresence at Yale of 87 students from Ohio, Indiana, Illi nois, Kentucky, Missouri, Wisconsin, Iowa and Michigan, and at Harvard of 39 students from the samo states, though Harvard had none from Mis souri or Iowa. Ohio and Illinois led in tho number, tho former sending 35 to Yalo and 26 to Harvard, and Illinois sending 21 to Yale and C to Harvard. Ten years later Harvard showed a very marked increase. Though hav ing none in Michigan she had in the other states previously named, with tho addition of Minnesota, 71 stu ' dents, while tho number at Yalo from tho samo territory was 93. As before, the majority of the stu...

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