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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 15 February 1893

t i ixv- ffi AHIZOA WEEKLY JOUBNAL-MINER: PRESCOTT, ARIZONA (j1 '. m J Highest of all in Leavening Power. ABSOLUTELY PURE Wednesday's Daily. H. Housor, with B. Lautry & Sons, is iu town. Mr. and Mrs. J.C Herndon, aro expected on to-nightV train. Major G. W. Vaughn loft this morning for a short trip to Los Augoles. H. E. Lautry has routed a private office in Prescott, which ho will oc cupy soou. Road notice of R. N. Fredericks ia this issue. Ho has some house moving to do or will sell houses to be removed. Attend the concort to bo given by the Ladies Guild of tho Episcopal church tomorrow night and aid a worthy causo. Dr. C. C. Osborn, who advertises himself as "the celebrated special ist," was arrostod yostorday for firaclicing medicine without a icenso. Harry C. Boyd, assistant agent of the Niagara insurance company, is in town making his headquarters with C. R. Mnrtinoell, tho local agent. Tho "Weekly Jourkal-Mixeb, pub lished to-day, is a spleudid issue. A copy is left with e...

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 February 1893

ijgMgagMBa, saayatiMrfT" i rinmiiiii mi -- . it- THE : ARIZONA "WEEKLY JO URNAL-3IIKER: , -PRESCOTT, ABIZ0NA j -7 ... - i t Is,. . n. 9'- f tv"x lloartl of SupcrvUort. "WkdnesdaaT, Fob. 8. Board met at 10 a. m.. pursuant to adjournment. Chairman Rowo, Supervisors Roach aud Smith and Clerk Akors oemg present. The question of awarding tho con tract rortho caro of tho indigont amjk ttuu omerwiso dependent poor u;w uiscussoa at length, but tho board adjourned until 2 o'clock with out auy action being taken. Thursdav, Fob. 9. Board mot at 10 a. m. pursuant to adjournmont. Chairman Rowo, Su pervisors Smith and Roach and Ulerk Akors presont. Proposition of Phonix Gazotto, to furnish copies of World's Fair ml 5- tion, at Scents per copy in Proscott, or 6 cents per copy in Chicago, was rejecieu. A. Kinsman was appointed constable for Middle Vorde pre cinct. Thomas Campboll was appointed oyorsoer of road district number oighU Recess until 2 p. m. Saturday. Fubrii.nrv 11. Board mot pursuant to...

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 February 1893

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. VOL.XXDC-NO 7 (AKIZOXA M1KKK, KstahlUhed March 0, 1804.) J AUIZON'AJOUKNAI, Ktttabllshml 1874. f PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, AVBDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1893 PRICE, TEN" CENTS HI awl ' it IN Ha. . UK xvr tfl eaior al thaadrctl beanos sr Tninic tAril tadofi tcy oi i mhtr35. fUore, ! a cm meat a)f a I rkvl on i mound c r I- in ilii braK j.ttktxl 1 M tt N lodv: mm J ft o a i SIM t. Tree giiuu li N 21 ol xrroai' No S li iiuuku trnra&t narktnl 4SUc B iti tqnare ami i of 71 dog A s - Itant N ,wiawf nolato d imwnl ttK in znari U.1 liearsS u-kodA S. jrKiit U rjur'i. M and trtv ;Sznin,IS .3gadr i or Mrf ctvo claim aim Lab- 1 to ti tfAimN,i it tie : rJ3rn il UiSTAiFj 'ERAL Hi till. An-sor.! J? fx . r.4 S r ARIZONA JO ITRNAI j-MNER POWRU VRlXTINGJtOUSE. Th ArUona ournal-Mlurr Is ruUbiwl klv Wcslmvliu-, at rrwcott, tbe . - f iatwal coauty. j C MttTI3JXdtor unrt rroyrletor. ' TKKM& .UiJy. per Jr. inTMce ?10 00 er. prr 400 i witty. rr Jvr . i ,wUl, wx wroth .V umx Hth w ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 22 February 1893

7$t TTffl ARIZONA WEEKLY JOUBK ARIZONA JOHRNiUrMINBR J. C. MA1VMX. Kditor ami Vrop'r. AYbdxesdat Fbburary 22, 1803 EniTnlf.iT. vnri's . Oholora has again boonmo alann- Typhus fever in Now York, like Banquo's ghost, will not down. Jackson has beon .confirmed as Associate Justice of tho Supremo Gourt. Dr. Norvin Green, president of tho Westorn Union Telegraph Com pany, is dead. The Senate foreign affairs com mittee has reported favorabby on tho annexation of Hawaii. Tho Phonix Rehublican of Sunday foreshadows the election of Judgo J. J. Hawkins, of Prescott, as prosi dent of the territorial counoil. Tho republicans havo gained a xinlorv in the Ivnnsns lncnclnfiirrt. The courts have decided in thoir favor, as being tho legally organized house. " The export of gold fronVthis country to Europe in 1S91 was S-io, 000,000 ; in 1892 it was 73,000,000 and for the month of January, 1893, alone, was over $11,000,000. The appointment by President Harrison oi a democrat to a posi tion on tho supr...

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. — 22 February 1893

TIHIE Bashfoed buemistee v Company TKADK WHOLESALE - AND - RETAIL GENEEAL MEEGHAND'SE WE are in constant receipt of the latest stylos and choicest varieties in all iines of Goods and carry in stock a full ine for Fall and Winter Needs. Woolen Blankets! Twenty varieties. Quilts iu?endless grades. Men's Underwear! A fine and complete line of best assortment m neckwear. Boots and Shoes! "Ono hundred assorted styles In Ladies' Misses and Children's and all grades in Men's Boots and Shoes. Call and seo this assortment and the prices they arc sold at. Every pair warranted. Hardware! jflP"From a Needle to an Anchor. Stoves, Cooking and Heating. A ehoice lino now in stock including the best make. Also a 'argo assortment in Tinware, Granitowaro and Australian Porcelain. Groceries and Provisions! jjF"Both fancy and staple, all purchased early in tho season at Ion prices. Goods in this department are just arriving. Come and get the benefits of these low prices. Crockery, lamps, Glassware f0V?o...

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. — 22 February 1893

THE JlRIZONA WEEKLY JQUBNALHNER: PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. lteolutlon of Gomlolottee. Tho following 'resolutions wore unanimously adopted by tho Kuights of Pythias lodgo at its meeting Fobruary 13th: Whereas, It has plonsed an all wiso Proviclonco to foiuoro from our midst by tho hand of death our be loved brothor, J. H. Boyd, a brother whoso gonial mannors and ngrooablo companionship was hold in highest appreciation hy his brothor Knights auu a largo circle of friends; ono who may bo said to have won his way to tho kind consideration of his brothor Knights and associates by tho frauk and gouorous impulses, which gushed forth from tho grato ful expression of an honost heart; ono who was dovoted in his frioud ships, firm iu his convictions, and strong in his attachmouts, thoreforo bo it Resolved, That in tho demise of Brothor John H. Boyd this Lodgo has lost a bright star from its firma ment; a loved ono from its family circle, and awiso man from its coun cils. That the territory has lost a...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 22 February 1893

1 - . " ' -iV ,' THE ARIZONA WEEKLY JOUBNAL-MINER: EfflaSCOTT, ARIZONA hest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report foVl Baking ABSOLUTELY PURE Idnesiux's Daily. Lout commenced to-day. Epworth League social to-night, luv a ticket to the firemen's ball. Karris Baldwin has gone to Fhe- lulva wwk until the liroinus istrict Court will moot next Inday. jiphtheria is prevalent in Albu- fcrque. r Ihtnese New Year commences to r rrow. Ltko Marks received a carload of jt to-day. Ihero was quite a riso in the Salt Ir last week. Ir. D. Pentlaud returned last lit after a protracted absence. P. L. Bacou and r. U. Hder re- fand from Kausas Uity last ovon- Iho man who was finod .0.00 I costs for fast driving on the fets, has appealed his case. W. Culver has cone to Phonix Secure a positiDu iu the TT. B. Smith loft to-dav for i , , i F rry L reeK wiin a ioau oi sup- is. trader's camp will be located It of town, probably near the old e track, within a week. B. Hibben, of the Flagstaff s...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 22 February 1893

I II II li HI I Ill 1 1 II III I I I I 111 I mi l ii W 'Ill III ill I II III I III ! IIMMI IMIMIW iMM - - -V THE ABIZONA WEEKLY. JQimyA&MINEB: TBESCOXE ABIZOKA. 7? ; i l r ' ' &1 AFRICAN IRONMASTERS. A Flaoo Where There Are Ivr Strike UcauB of the Vuto of a Striker. Tho Bnlubans, as tlio natives of tho Muuusnnyoxnma district "of cen tral Africa art) styled, enjoy an ex cellent local reputation as ironwork era. They find thoir crude material in tho form of bog iron oro on tho surface of tho land. It rarely haty penB that digging to an appreciable depth is necessary. Their smelting furnaces, which are constructed of clay, nro from six to ten feet high, from forty to sixty inches iu diam eter at tho baso and conical in shape. Tho oro is tipped into tho furnaco from above ; tho charcoal, on tho other hand, is introduced into basinliko ride openings, Avhich also receive a continuous air blast, while the iron and slag are removed from tho bot tom of the furnace about every oight o...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 1 March 1893

meStti if", ARIZONA EKLY JOURNAL MINER. ,tAt rVTY WH IK tAKTZONA MX2Klt, Established Mnrch D, 1804, UJj.AXLA. iXJ lO JAUIZOJ.A JOUUNAL, Established 1874. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1803 PRICE, TEN CENTS WE Vl XT M en A.R1Z0NA JO QMAL4IINER POWKK FR1XT1K6 HOUSE. The Arltona Joarnal-Mlner is published Jay in the vesr except Sunday. II ie Arlsn Weekly Journal-Miner is pibhi&ed tory Wednesday, at Proecott, the 3 lUWJSPai"1 iuiinvuyi 4. C. MAHTtt.', Editor and 1'roprletor. TERMS: Uy, lT year, la advance 10 00 f. Jaily, per monui w DdyJielivered by earner to city subscnb- iwrerwit - -kfc.per year ... 4 00 V!kly, x months. W Weekly, three month 1 3iulecopy EifAilvortisine lUtoe made known on applies; Uon to thin office or at the following agencies: Palmer Alley, Tribune Building, hew iorfc. IVdmer k Key, San Franeisdo. L, V. Fisher, Merchant' Exchange. Fran- Where the paper is kept oa file. Secret Societies. TVAN1IOE COMMAJiUKUX AO. X, 1 KSMOIITSTEllPLAK. Stated cun- cUto f...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 1 March 1893

THE AEIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL MINER: PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. 4' ARIZONA JOTONAL-MINER J. C. MAUT1X. Xdltor and Vrop'r. Wednesday March 1, 1S93 ' . - . . ' ZUIiICK KXUORSKD. C. Moyer Zuliok is to bo con gratulated. Ho has at last received an endorsement. Tho recommend comes from his own party too. Af ter trjing in vain to get two demo cratic legislatures of the territory to oudorso him and his administra tion as govornor of the territory, after being slapped squarely in tho faco by ono or two democratic con ventions in tho territory, ho has suc ceeded, at last, in getting a caucus an iron clad, oath bound, caucus of democratic legislators, to say that he is tho greatest man in tho democratic party in Arizona. "All things come to him who waits," and C. Meyer has bided his timo in patience and is rewarded by his long sought for endorsement. Tho punny kuees that heretofore woro wont to kick at him, have bent in humble supplianco before him, and as he now contemplates himself bo fore a mirror, h...

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. — 1 March 1893

IN THE LOUVRE. Exprlence of u Traveler with ma Hn thulttlc "KnBlUh" Gulit. "My dear sir," says the guide, uthrco francs an hower; show yon tings never see at nil widout guide." ', He stands with his hat oft", grasping a blackthorn stick, bis eastern coun- tonahco wrinkling iuto iunumerablo smiles. I look first at him and then at the little man with his hands deep in a bulgy covert coat. Which shall It bo? "My dear sir," twyn the guide, " 'e doss not Bpik English, 'o is Cher man. I am English guide." Thoro is something so simple and good hu mored about him that, though I know the Louvre pretty well as it is, I fall an easy victim. So we pass into the Pavilion do l'Horloge. "I am English guide," . says my friend excitedly, flourishing his blackthorn. Ho was born at Gibralta, of Spanish parents, and his namo is Bazouk, and directly wo get among the ancient sculpture ho leads mo to a largo marble basin, directs mo to hang my head down over it and listen. Then he goes to tho ond of the g...

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 March 1893

Bashfobd buemistbr Company ' WHOLESALE - DKA GENEEAL MEEOHAND'SE WE are in constant receipt of the latest styles and choicest varieties in all iines of Goods and carry in stock a. full ine for Fall and Winter Needs. Woolen Blankets! FTwonty varieties. Quilts infendless grados. Men's Underwear! "A fine and complete liue of best assortment m neckwear. Boots and Shoes! "Drift hundred assorted stvles and all grades iu Men's Boots and Shoes. Call and see this assortment and the prices they are sold at. &very Hardware! "From a Needle to an Anchor. Stoves, Cooking and Heating. A choice lino now in stock including the best make. Also a large assortment in Tinware, Grauitewaro and Australian Porcelain. , Groceries and Proyisions! "Both fancy and staple, all purchased oarly iu the season at low prices. Goods in this department are just arriving. Come and get the benefits of these low prices. Crockery, Lamps, Glassware JDW are receiving an olegant assortment in this line and can sup ply yo...

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. — 1 March 1893

THE ARIZONA WEEKLY JOUBlSrAlMINER; i PRESCQIPT, ARIZONA Highest of all in Leavening Power. RoYal ABSOlJUTEDf PURE yEDXESDAlJS DAILY.,' Frank Emuial is sick. There aro slight symptoms of a storm. Business houses were closed this afternoon. W. C. Sanders, tho Colorado min ing man, left for Now Mexico this morning. Major and Mrs. J. M. Watts enter tained a number of friends last even ing at a dinner party. Tho members of the Ladies Whisi Club aro requested to meet at the residence of Mrs.. W. V. Ros tc morrow. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Jones and OiAir iollr Tartv of excursionists, are expected 10 evening. - f . arrivo homo this Tho youngest cnild of B. F. Sloan, lio latelrcamo hero from Prescott. who died to-day of dipthcria, and will be buried to-morrow attornoon in tho Odd Follows' cemetery. Phenix Herald. Dr. Geo. D. Kondali to-day sold tho property owned by him, adjoin ing the Catholic Church, to tho Sisters of St. Joseph for 51,900. Tho . .. .ii . 1.1 i i r.. latter win esiaoiisu a uospi...

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. — 1 March 1893

THE ARIZONA WEEKLY- JOXJENAL-MINEK:. PBESGOXT, AKIZONA St Locl-lntlvo l)oinp. Prom our Phonix oxohangos tho n i lOiiowiuK ropori oi our iofrisiai,uro is obtained : While both houstss of tho lagisia- turo seems to bo nt work actively, thoro is a very little boiug done that is oi guuurni luiurusi to mo puuiie. The usual amount of visionary losr- latiott is boiug attempted, resulting iu a nuuiuer oi ouis oeing smoin oroa in committees. irom our Phonix exchanges tho following is gleaned, which is tho most mi portant business trausaoted during two sessions ou Monday: IS TUB COUNCIL. C. B. No. 23, by XugvMit, an net to more lullv ilohne the crime or iar cony, and C. B. No. 24, by Hawkins, to amend the statutes exempting cortam property in oases of execu tions for debt, wore road first time. and 100 copios of each wore ordored printed. C. B. No. 26, by Hawkins, regard ing contracts for sale of railroads, street railroads and rolling stock, read first time and 100 copies order ed pnmea. TT ...

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. — 8 March 1893

ARIZONA WEEKEY JOURNAL MINER, i rOL.XXlX-NO 52 C ARIZONA MINElt. Established March O, 1804,) ARIZONA JOURNAL, Established 1S74. J PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1893 PRICE, TEN CENTS RIZONA JOURNAL-MINER rowEii PRiyriKQ house. ) c. . . T.iinnlJIlliflr Is nnhlifiliixl ne ."llu , um.i.. riar in lac year 1 . ... - nviilv .Tournitl-MIiicr In ill at or lavapai JIAKTIN. Editor ami l'ropriexor. TERMS: , tiAm !y,Iryr.maava Sr.5elirlbycVr'to city subscrib- ,per we . M mnn hi ............ i . HA. . . . tlj, Urn montiis i?i 4a u-itY . ... .... ., '""w ... t II ' AdvPrtihing llalrt mue k-iiuw o this omee or at ue inuo u, , .- - Tribune Buddlnx, New York. Fisher, Merchant' Exchange, rran re the paper is kept on file. Secret societies. rVANIIOK COMSrANDERV No. S. vviuHTSTKlIPIAK. Stated con- rUwi first Friday of eac&month. i'Udnm o. 1.- I-t,. MmrfanmllrllltllM. OJr X G. OLIVER, E. C. Baiairr, Recorder. AZTLAN LODGE. No. 1, F. A, A. M. A Ueular moiUnga of this Lotisott Masonic Hall, 8 ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 8 March 1893

THE ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER: PBJSSGOTX, ARIZONA , ARIZONA JOTTMAL-raBR J. C. MA1&T1X. Kdlturantll'iWr. "Wkdxbsdav... March S, 1S93 HDITOIUAE. NOTKS. Wo aro again living under demo cratic rule. Ieo Mantle has boon appointed as Senator from Moutana, Congress has appropriate;! 000 to irrigate the Navajo rosorva tion. It is said that I P. Gray, of In diana, is booked for tho Moxican mission. Tho Yavapai delegation in tho house Totod as a unit iu favor of female suffrage. A factional fighff botwoon demo crats in Montana prevented tho oleetion of a -democratic senator, from that stato, W. A, Clark, of tho United Verde Copper compauy, iu ' this'county Avas the caucus nomiueo of tho party, but through tho op position of a mining man named Daly, eleven domocratsjjoltod tho nomination and defoatod him. Ho aekod only three votes of Ixiim? elected, although on tho final ballot he received tho support of four or five republicans, A Washington tologram of Fob ruary 27th, says: Vico-Presi...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 8 March 1893

TIBLIE RASHFOED burmistee Company I-I IS b WHOLESALE - D10V GENEEAL MEBCHAKD'SE WE are in constant recoipt of the latest styles and choicest varieties iii all iines of Goods and carry in stock a full ine for Fall and Wintor Needs. , Woolen Blankets ! Twenty varieties. Quilts iujondiess grade. Men's Underwear ! "A fino ami comploto lino of best assortment in neckwear. "D jduuis aim tfiiucsi flTOne hundred assorted styles and all srades iu Men's Boots and Shoes. Call and see this assortment ,and the prices they are sold at. Every pair warranted. Hardware! jffFrom a Needle to au Anchor. Stoves, Cooking and Heating. A choice lino now in stock including the best mako. Also a largo assortment iu Tinware, Granite waro aud Australian Porcelain. Groceries and Provisions ! lioth fancy and staple, all purchased early iu tl 5oods in this department are just arriving. Co prices, (jootts benefits of theso low prices. Crockery, lamps, Glassware ' jpgTWo are recoiving au olegant assortment in this ...

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. — 8 March 1893

TKk ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURyAX-MINBtt: PRESCQOT,' ARIZONA ' 'Onr ATnthtiiRtoii Loiter. 1 1 Washington, Fob. 26. Frustrated inlhoir efforts to cut down tho pon sion roll, tho democratic loaders do not concede themselves boatou. On tho other hand, they boldly assort that when they got control of houso, senate, presidency and tho departments, thoy will make tho soldiers suffer And thoy 1vill prob ably do it. With all of tho branches of tho legislative and executive do partmouts of tho government hos tile to tho soldiers, thoy can, evon without congressional action, delay the issue of pensions and evon re duce the number of pensions on tho roll, whilo it is quito probable that in tho next congress thoy will pass some of tho legislation which has been defeated in the present one. Whether there will bo an extra ses sion or not continues an unsolved problem. It seems probablo that there will not, unless tho finaucial conditions of the country require it. This moans, in other words, that it wil...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 8 March 1893

IT Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Wedxesdaa's Daily, Eastern Star chapter to-morrow night, ,Brio-a-BraaM to-night at tho M. E. Ghuroh. C. CL Hall loft lor Albuquorquo this morning. Admission to tho lecture to-night only 25 cants. J. W. Sullivan came iu from his rauoh yesterday. Don't fail to attend the concert to-morrow evening. Mrs. P. A. Williams and Miss Flora left for California to-day. O. R. Martiudoll, the iusuranco man, loft for Jerome this morning. Thomas Brown, superintendent of tho Piedmont Cattlo Company, is iu town. -v. A rich treat is in storo for all wlio hoar tho lecture to-night on 44Brie-a-Brac" Pneumonia seoms to bo very prev alent at tho White Hills, Mohave county. March camo in verv lamh-like. so look out for tho lion symptoms to wards its close. Professor James Douglas, presi dent of tho Commercial Mining Compauy, is in town. Do not fail to hoar Rev. C. J. Chase's lecture on the subject of uBric-a-Brac"...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 8 March 1893

THE ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER: PRESCOTT, ARIZONA l.Mat Nichl' Concert. The concert and exhibition drill giveu at tho opsrn house last night was one of the bost ontortainments given in Proseotl for a long time. Tho coneort was givou bv the "Whip ple orchestra unoor the directorship of Prof. A. La Guard ia. It is no flattery to say that tho band and orohestra of tho 11th Infantry U. S. A. is one of tho best in tho'United States. It is composed of members who are mastors in tho pro fession of music, and under the able and directorship of Prof. La Guar dia their roudoriug of tho most dif ficult pieces is simply faultless. Ono seldom has an opportunity to listen to au evening of music, in which tho selections, as well as the rendering of them, is so ploasing as at last night's entertainment. While the audience showed their appreciation of the ontiro programme by the -enthusiastic applause given to several pieces, the clarinet solo by Arthur Pray and cornot solo by Prof. La Guardia wor...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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