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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 21 June 1893

SWIIIIMIIimr 1 r ; at 7i '3 4 ) 1 geSBSDAY's Daily. T A. Kiortlnu, of Flagstaff, is in town- pr dickers aIUQ "i from Coagw5 to-day. j Marshall Sforgan oamo in from ki5 'ranch last voniug. Charltv Bidingor has roturued fioiuan outing-in 'tho coutry. j H- Oanipboll superintendent of the Yaruoll initio, is in town, mm now depot is being washed t out preparatory to being occupied. T. Or. Xorns, tiie won Known i? lag staff attorney, camo on last even log's train. E. M. Doe, of Flagstaff, has re turned to Proncott, to look after cast's ia court, A band of Mexicans, with birds, baskets and trinkets of various sorts, are doiug the town. Ir.ra"d 3frs. J. II. Hamilton (.aiueitt last evoutug from their borne in Peoples valley. Dr. Van Tassel opened his dental parlors to-dav on Cortez street, next door to Wells, Fargo & Co. The time of tho district court to day has boon occupied in tho trial of the Howard and Whittaker cases. The work of impaneling a jury in the Whitaker case was commenced ...

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 June 1893

e v-... a Mayor J. L. Ft&her, who returned cm Saturday evening from the ast ww interviewed to-diiy, in regard to the orld s Fair and other subjects. says that be spent fifteen days visiting tb exjjosition and can sumy pronounce it the greatest institution of its kind over nt tainptetl and greater probabiv than will again be attempted for rears at loast, Tho Arizona ore exhibit he says JS very creditable being the Iost from ay state or territory, but says utat Us success is due "largely to Phelps, Dodge & Co., of the Com morcial Alining company. Their oxhibit of ore from Bis-bee is univer sally admired by ail who visit the latr. Col. Hatch has also an excellent oxhibit of petrified wood from the f rests near Holbrood, and this at tracts the attention of visitors. He states that he sa.v comparatively little of the general exhibit during the two weeks or more that he visited. On the day that he left Chicago an accident happened on the ice railroad by which two or three people w...

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. — 5 July 1893

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL vol.XXX-no 9 msmbJeaoaatt '.( Jrkona joumaiounek rOWKK PRINTING 110USK. "nt ArUoim .louriitl-Mluer is imblislifd SfiUv iu the year exeopt Sunday. "JE ArUM Wwtikly .lonnial-Mlner l Muhed ewrj Wluesdy. t I'rescott, the. jty t of Yavapai county. J. C MAKTIX. Killtor nutl 1'ronrletnr. A.iW. ir yw, in adranee .$10 00 1 U) m-pfr , ,7eeklr. month Weekly, thrvo months 1 jiaglecopy r"Artvertilntj ltatt made known on appll lirmto this office or at the following awnciie: "phlmer&lfer. Tribua BnUdins. New Yu l'almer lUy. Ban Francisco. L 1. Kher. Merchant' ExchanK. Ft e'Vher the paper In kept on file. NOTICE TO KUHSCKlllKKH. nHE JOUKNAL MINER has made arranRtw I ment to club with the following iiaper at the nriee na nei. payment to ho made in 4 ranee The Wkkkly Joobnaiz-Miner and 5; Louis Glolie-Democrat $4 50 gan Francisco Call ... . ., 25 S,n Francisco Chronicle M PhUatielphia lrass . . ... ........ 4 The Joors.'Misku will be contimml until -noVml stopped. Bill are ...

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. — 5 July 1893

5 ARIZONA J01TRN A I j-SflNTS R .1. C. MARTIN. KtlUornml l'rop'r. 'WlHKfESDAY July 1893 Chicago claims a population or 2,1(50,000. A. J. Droxel, tho well known Philadelphia banker, is dead. Tho financial situation is growing wotae, rathor thnu hotter, in the oast. At tho prpeent price of silvor, it does not cost much to give a silvor lining to every cloud. U is announced thnt tho oxtra suasion of Congress will ho called to moot August 1. Tho total number of men lost in tho Victoria disaster was 36022 oflicets and 83S mqn. Admiral Tryou's body was not re covered, as report od, but is entomb ed in his ship, SO fathoms deep. "What a bononetor to tho huniau race the man would bo who could discover an antidote for lying. 'Riverside, California, by a vote of four to one of its supervisors, has decided in favor of prohibition slraigh out. Those A. & P. would-bo train rob bers will keep fooling around trains until they get run over and proba bly lose a log or something. 1 f silvor keeps...

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. — 5 July 1893

SI hi 3 or 9k 8 jMwIk The Unlted States $ $ ,t SHEf. Government ill Royal AO JO Zrf&- Chemist U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. Only the pure acid of grapes is used in Royal. Royal leaves no acid or alkali in the food. IffDXtSDAT's DaILT. Slrer has taken a tumble to 77 sts. Don't fail to patrouize tho Fire- as Fourth of July ball. The Fourth of July programmes sprinted at this omce to-tiay. loier McCarthy has been granted ! idirorce from John J. MeCarth. j several capitalist pnjspo'ti aro i , 41.! Irknlrttif fvT" rmlil ! ? 1 ri-i i i - iperties. Hr. and Mrs. Amos Sweigert havo nrned from their visit to the orld's Fair. Weather prophets predict plenty nun this summer during tno y season. ilr. and Mrs. Coles A. Bashford turned last evening from their t to the World's fair. HughMcCrum, oue of the most ast, was in town to-day. The referee in the case of Eliza- h Sauza vs. Samuel Sauza sub- tted his report yesterday. The Foster murder trial has occu- the time of the ...

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. — 5 July 1893

.4 . .1 3 Ptottiy of mow Potatoes at Du luiTs Market, 3 els. pur pound, if ggs 25 cents n doxouat Dulin's Mjirimu t C Daily arrival of fresh ogs at Bulitts s market td. Dulin's kog boor from tho cold storage is iiuor than silk. if. Imported cigars 12$ cents each, at tho Jvoyjtono Saloon. Charles Rico, proprietor. t f If you want something nice try our Hi ue Label tomato catsup at Dtilht's Market. tit When you drink Soda at the Cor ner Drugstore you are eatiug fresh Cali forma-fruits. tf Ambrosia, tho drink of tho gods and Hassayampors. Corner Drug Store. tf M. Goldwater & Bro. have en gaged a young lady assistant in their mammoth establishment. Fresh Kaspberries drawn from soda fouutaiu, at Comor Drug Store. tf Sehlessinger is opening the old city waterworks silo as a summer re sort, tf For SMITH-PREMIER Tvr-E "Writers aodress H. D. Aitkex, Pres oott. Ariioka. Fire Works and Flags at Earn harts. Country orders will bo givon close aud prompt attention, at rea sonable pricos. tf S...

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. — 12 July 1893

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINE it- oTOr! K.D5. Vl .1 Koil jteoAPSI lwlth2 ey itI BEB n iinte 1 Lumto iLum" A"J ast VOl . NO Q tAKIZOXA MlN'Klt. KstablUho.l Mnrcli . 18C4. VUU.A.UV J lAlilZONAJOUKXAl.. EHtnhllHl,,,! 1874. ARIZONA J0WISAL-M1NBK POWKIl PRINTING HOUSE. ITie ArUoun .lourunl-Mliier i9 publitJuM ivery diy in the jvar except Sanilay. TU ArUotiH Weekly Journal-Minor it pa ilielied every Wednoed&y, nt l'reacott, the jouatj et of Yavupai county. j. C. J1AKTIX. Ktlltor ami l'roprletor. TERMS: Daily, per year, in advance f JO n.ilv iwr month... 1 OU Daily. ler monui 1 tt) Daily, aenvertxi uy carrier o cuy suUMirib- ere.per week tVeekly, per year... tVeekly. six mouths Wklr. three months 25 4 IW 2 50 1 25 Single copy It , i ...... .... i! 10 lion to this oflioe or at the following luwnoiew: Palmer & Key, Tribune Building. New York. I'almer A Hay. Ban Francisco. L. P. Fiaher, ilerchant'u Exchange, Fran- ciwo. Whero the paper is kept on file. " NOTICE TO KUtlSCHIKKUS. THE JOOl...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 12 July 1893

M.ji H IfiH See: AJUZONA J0UIINAL-3UNER .1. . .MAKT1X. Kdltoraiul I'rt.p'r. Wednesday. ....July 12, 1S93 Mnrshal Mondo caino in cii last wrotii jig's train. President Clovolaiul is reported vary ill at Buzzard's Bay. The mon of .Terico (Missouri) are up in arms hunting Bank Cashier Jirnshor, who has thoir 11101103. Judge Groshnm is talked of for the vacancy on the supreme bench, onueed by Judge Blatch ford's death. It seonis about decided, that San Francisco is to have a mid-wintor fair, from exhibits from the Colum bian exposition. As a skillful manipulator of the ballot box the Emperor of Germany is the poor, if not the superior of the Alabama democrats. Tho populists are holding pic nics, but what are picnics without pie, and it has been deeroed by Orovorthat no pie shall bo givou the populists. At Mancos, Colo., a lone robber hold tip eight mon in a depot aud robbed them, while at Jiico three robbers attomptcd the samo game on a lone agent aud wore all re pulsed. J udgo not. The...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 12 July 1893

1 Be on your Guard. If some grocers urge another baking powder upon you in place of the 1 ' Royal," it is because of the greater profit upon it This of itself is evidence of the supe riority of the "Royal." To give greater profit the other must be a lower cost powder, and to cost less it must be made with cheaper and inferior materials, and thus, though selling for the same, give less value to the consumer. To insure the finest cake, the most wholesome food, be sure that no substi tute for Royal Baking Powder is accepted by you. Nothing can be substituted for the Royal Baking Powder and give as good results. inesd.vs's Daily. Crs, V. W. lioss will loavo for jast next Mouday. ive uavs of tho raniY seasou passed without rain. Kirklaud has returned from uting iu Kirklaud Valley. 16 board of supervisors will re us sessions to-morrow again. )mo one entered Jos. Koborts last night aud stole a set of less. J. Helm will leave to-morrow ndiana, where he will reside in future. H. Bishop, who ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 12 July 1893

... i i i ii .nrninnHliarTh irrll1fTMrlglllillllfcl' ' " ' VfWSKj'KT t -umira m HIM in 1 1 in nwi in in ii hi ni 1 1 iii hi i iwiihi i .. vrjgmatagmmm&Bsrs 5V 1USTK10T OOirKT. Umh. l. .1. llawkmv. tlitdc Moxuay, Julv 10. Cottrt met purstuutt to ailjouru MMwt at 10 o'clock h. m. 1 fAdalakleGilmiinvs Lewis Gilmnn. Case placed ou calendar ami re ferred to Goo. F. Snnds to take tos timoiiy. Ariisotwi Lumber and Timber Campniiy vs S. P., P. & P. Ry. Co. Case placed on calendar, and Horn don & Norris entered of record as counsel for ulaintiff. Riordnn Mercantile Co. vs B. Lantry fc Sons; ordered that tho isgueg bo framed and filed on or be fore Saturday, July 15. Geo. F. Snnds vs J. II. Wright; ra-set. for trial July M. "Refujia Fold man vs Frank Feld man; continued for tho torm. A special venire was issued for twenty trial jurors, ruturuablo at 10 o'clock a. in. July 11. lioeoss until 2 o'clock p. ui. .Mining Intolllceiicu. A contract is said to havo boon lot, for the oroctio...

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. — 19 July 1893

AfiiZ( JOUR 1 4 E5 i WEEKLY NAL QL" lAniONAJOl'IOiAl., K.tnhlliiueil IH7 ,. 55si JO tULVAL-MlN Ell pOKIi PRINTING- HOUSE. irlin Jurtil-Mlup is pnbluOMxl .v war excel SBiy. Sriion" ' ffwWy Journal-Miner in wrj Wednesday, at 1'ree.eott, the t VABTlNt KUtor anil Vroprletur. t inadvanoe fl0u month, -, 2 50 tbn nwnin . office or at Ue f eUovriiur acunaie4 i?Vr tv4mn Hnlldiiur. New Wfc. tKerlSsn Francisco. w, MerchaatV Exchange. 1'ran- "VOTICKTO SlItSCUIBKKJ. LSuVlab with the following iianer at TuaiwJ. payment to In Hmie in a.1 f Julob Democrat chronicle SM tSoMiNiKwin" continue' until Knbewar miuesW t iwiy the ue .a rVLVc uossihlfl Saiwcnuer who wiro iv . i .t nrtitnii ini nrvtmt IV n- ISdnirtiwtolM offiw and pay np jnttlur. feecret Societies.- fAxmn: command euy No. a. I KMU11 lO XWU tekll w... KnijrhW coarlponnly invited. Bmokt, Keeorxier. I f Misoaic 1111. 8p.rn.oD the last SatnrtUy aim w"w-. Am. t&tnrUarsor ech moni ut 1 "dock p. L-j-n. i iimmittot -1L N. Fr.xiinek. A. G I&c...

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. — 19 July 1893

army bfll,EnipororVill- smissed its moinbors with KS. A native East Indian says the tiutiisilvor decree of that country is in the iutorest of thoso who jovoru and against tho inassos. The Phouix Herald announces that Mark Smith is after tho scalps of Horbort Brown and Chas. R. Drako of tlio Tucson land office. Ex-Governor G. W. Glick will be a caudidato for governor of Kansas this year on a democratic anti prohibition anti-woman's sufifrago platform. All of tho Los Angoles banks wLioh suspouded under tho recent financial pressure have rosumod ox copt tho CitT Bauk. Tho latter has gone out of business entirely. Surveyor Gonoral Mauuingihas lot a contract for tho survej of 100, 000 acres of land along tho A. & P. railroad in Apache, Mohave and Coconino counties. A World's Fair rate of ono cent a mile has boon inado in tho oast. Should this rato oxtendtp this country, it would only cost about $86 for tho round trip from Pros cott. Governor Wailes, of Colorado, who has stirred up ea...

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. — 19 July 1893

S Pay the Price 45: and 27 Royal Baking Powder is shown fay chemical tests absolutely pure per cent. , 3 4 it of the Royal greater in strength than any other. Many second-class brands of baking powder are urged upon con sumers at the price of the high-cost, first-class Royal. These powders, because of the inferior quality of their ingredients, cost much less than the Royal, besides being 27 per cent, less strength. If they arc forced upon you, see that you arc charged a correspondingly for Royal only lower price for them. )ays Daily. I. Eoss has gone oast. IaIIbu, of Jerome, is in town. iil from the east yesterday. Dewksbury case is ou trial in was a uico refreshing show- ornmg. t.mpsi ranch butter at tne u yYM market- tf w mii 17miga t atiwp1 txl tn nrrivA hing. C. C. Mitchell lias returned lifornia. a 1 1 i jm Dtt3CKl 7 it. iSS, Iress eeoR.f s l( SID! ,tion fori I second-hand tent wanted. I this office. tf I Baldwin returned last even I his trip to Pheuix. Iclnernay and her two cl...

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. — 19 July 1893

j3flra ' i T1IU K BULKY II A 11 Y. OfeEttlHfttvc Bvldcncp of llic Vurlty ami TruU wrr. Keley' Konpllc. In a prwiotis issue of Golden News w referred to tho treatment lor morphinism of tho youngest pa tient that has ever beeu treated at a Kaloy Instituto. Wo now have the pleasure of giviugour roadors a HtQe more information rogard ing this little lad', whoso uamo is dam Woodworth. Mrs. Nora Woodworth, tho moth er of this child, whoso homo is in .louosrille, VtM come to tho Insti tute for treatment for Morphiuo, . on May 1,18)3. She is a good, motherly -looking woman, thirty seveti years of ago, pleasant in ap- - poarance, of good figure, and with more than ordiuarv refinement and -'intelligence. Tho" "Kooloy Baby" is tho youngest of her children. About five years ago Mrs. Wood worth was in vory poor health, suf fering, as she said, from nervous exhaustion whon she was first given morphine. The effect on her, she admits, was pleasant, and that by its use she was enabled to do a groat ...

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. — 26 July 1893

AR1Z0 WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINE 1 . vl 3 iNA VOL.XXX-NO 11 iniii?-- M A.RIZ0NA JOtJKNAL-JIINEIi fOVt'KK PRINTING HOUSE. "lie Arlaoim .lourual-Mlner ix published everyday intheyuarescetitSnniiay. . nY Arlioiii Wekly .Journal-Miner ft iiubkl every Wednesday, at Preecott, the 5Juniy teat of la raj n't county, j. C M.VUTIN, Kdltor anil Iririrtr. TEHMS: Daily, perjear, inadvanco flOtO Otiii, ver nuiiiw .- : IsUy. iftlir-l by earner to city snlHoril- rrsper i!c ftWkly.ppr year... YeeVly. six mouths. wV1t. threw inoatiia j,nirle copy... 1 (O 25 1 () '2 SO 1 10 tfir-Advertiin Kates made known on sjiplica ticn to thia otlice or at Uie following a"encie-: palmer A: I ley. Tribune Knildiug, New York. lllmer&Hey. San Prancieeo. U. P. fitlin". SlercliantVi Exchange, Fran- CVVre the papr U kept on file. 'OTICU TO SUUSCKIKKKS. THE JOUllN'AL MINEK has made arranne jienW pi ' lob with tho following paira at the iinow tiauel. payment to be made in a.1 vanoe. Th" Wixklt Jodunal-Mikeu and St Louis Glol-l...

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. — 26 July 1893

T - i J VI 1 i -g.il i -an Utoraiiit rrop'r. call him Colorado's r. Iff jor N. 0. von working Nurphy is ni for statohood. Mind shipped nearly a million .kl for New York on last Sat- y. The question of silver coinage" one ihnt can only bo sottlod by ar gttittoiit . Grant, suffering and privation i reported from the silvor camps iu Colorado. Mrs. U.S. Grant is visitiug Mrs J off Davis. They arc said to be oa vary sisiarly terms. The rumored fight botweou the U. S. war ship Mohicau aud a seal jvoflchmg vessel is denied. 4o friand of sllvor in ovory of the word, the Joukxai- veb rwdizi? that the causo of tho metal aaunot bo hoi pod by iary words or acts. Thoro those' who oppose silver, who ar" jMually honostand conscientious inteir views as aro its frionds. If thej I cannot be convinced and oon rort d by argument, thoy oortninly v iu,',,; by abuso. It has long since u ti.stMvoreti that an American v tan not bo bulldozed into n cn: titji of sentiment on any subject. Ths World s Fair Uut ...

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. — 26 July 1893

i That Peculiar Lightness and Flavor Noticed in the finest biscuit, rolls, cake, etc., is due to the absolute purity and the ac curate combination of the ingredients of the Royal Baking Powder. The best things in cookery are al- tpays made and can be made only with the Royal Baking Powder. Hence its use is universal in the most celebrated restaurants, in the homes of the people, wherever delicious, wholesome food is aoDreciated. Its A. A. sale equals that of all others combined. Made with the pure acid of the grape. I 8 r fcestsDAT'5 Daily. Qeap rates to the World's Fair St Monday.. r IT. Wilson received a large Uxlof new hats to-day. tfs Vl&ec left for the east res ult to be absent until Soptem- &1& rtrTs Rice left on yesterday Ifcrnoon's traiu, presumably, for tjSfcniis, iflhinanian was fined $25.00 yes- 1 1 " . . fladiy for using cay waier m vioia fat ox orders. Td Goldwaters uew au, see IjBr prices, and don't fail to exam their gooas. fits advertisement of tho Univer...

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. — 26 July 1893

3! .-5 4 , msxniax m bt. V.M.hsio. J AdaUklo A. Giiman vs. Gilmnu. Koport of r?fm ease submitted. Joseph L. Giroux rs. Rber roux; judgmout onturwl lor j tiff and custody of i-hiMrau a' ed to lrirn Jake Marks vs. Jor" rJV am L tiiC& and r 11. X Thundercloud on ths Alps. The utTBOspliere was very turbid, lb groued was covered Avith half n!ted now, and hail began to. fall W ww alxrat 9,000 feet above tho fee wboc I noticed a curious sound, which earned to proceed from tho iW:.. i. with which I was walk ing. 1 aked tho guido next me whether he heard it and what ho thought it was. The members of tho guido frator- very hard pushed when thoy hr uot in answer ready for any mrgacH'v Ho replied Avith great W. iT outored. t 1 CV ! caso placeU ou oalokdrnx aaU aenUit joi, ti,at tho rustling of thotick v t uo cjlt proceeded from a worm at- This bu-. or did not appear to mo atisfsctoi-y, and I therefore applied the tart i roversingtlie Btick so that thoiUi! vtasnow uppermost. Tho wonn uh idre...

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. — 2 August 1893

if- WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINE VOL . XXX NO 11 (AKIONA MINHK. KntalilMi.xl Mnreli O. lKtU, )AUlZON.V.HIllltXAl., KolnhtUlitnl 1874. f PKESCOTT, AHIZONA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, ISDO PRICE, TEN GENTS ARIZONA 1 ARIZONA .TOITRNAL-MINEU TOW Kit PRINTING HOUSE. The ArUona Journal-Minor i published e cry daj iu Ue year except Sunday. llm ArWoua Weekly Journal-Miner ti la tlished every Wedneedar, lit Prencott. the -.iunty iva t Yavspal county. J. C. .MAKTIN, Editor and l'ronrlvtor. TEKMS: 'ily per oar, inadvauco f IB W iiy, lr month 1 Oil l)ny, delivered by carrier to city uuirlb- per wok ..- & vkly, t yoar W tWkly, fir iHitiitho 8 a Wkly. tim months.... 1 t Single coy tSTAd-rtislnK lt&to mx.lt known on applies t . n to Uii otHcw or at tho following ao'BCtes: Palmer A Uey, Tribune Huiltlin:, Now York. Palmer A. I5ey. San Kranoico. L V, Fislier. Mwohant'n Kxch&Hge, r ran- . -'o. here the paper in kept on file. NOTICE TO SUttSCKl ItEKS. T HE JOl'USAli MINBU has mad arrange ments to vluli w...

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. — 2 August 1893

4. M 5-,; VT si- .1. O, 3HAKTIN. IWItr niul rrnp'r. Wm'KuiT ArocsT 2, 1893 ' , ;- A wkt is threatened in Kansns V-J: ,batwwn eoal miuo strikors and v. tSWMMLi - iV Chicago milliouairo bit . his Xtelitttati a "bitt" under his oar, nml killed him. . ; rnsiead of the panic showing signs d abatement in tho oast, it is growing more pauioky. - . The London Globe sa3s that "tho flagrant Frwich aggression" is aimoa at England, nd that Siam is only a pretext. . By the introduction of improved machinery in tho cotton busiuuss, - it is said that cotton cau now bo , i mbed for two and pno-half cents r pound. Tho World's Fair ooinmissionors " ar threatened with puuishmout for oonttHiipt for closing the fair on SKlay. All ex-Californiaus residhur in iraseottaru pleased with tho ap poiiitineut of ex-Govoruor Porkins b United Statos Soualor from Cali fornia, A Kansas man drew his monov from u bank and hid it in a hay staeJc. J ho latter was struok bv lightning aed hay and money all barned. It doasu...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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