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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 2 August 1893

t Under -y . by impartial u overnment rfdice'd official chemists, Baking Powder highest testimony . T-f as to Which is J the best baking powder. The Official Facts and Figures. The official report shows the Royal a pure cream of tartar pow der superior to all others, and gives its leavening strength and that of each of the other cream of tartar powders tested as follows: Royal Baking Powder Leads All. Highest in leavening; strength, pur est in quality, uniform in its work ,Jr- and perfect in keeping properties. "'The Royal Baking Powder is undoubtedly the purest and most reliable baking powder offered to the public." Late United Government bsesdat's Daily. Joe Mayer, of Mayer's station, is bstown. Gilt-edged whisky at tho Minor's Henry Huniug, of Apacho county, in town. T W. Johnston has mtiirnml frnm llitripto Apache county. Ihrid J. Porter, of Apache couu- ir, left for home to-day. A license to marry was granted to- faj to Alfredo Morales and Bonita Jerry Barton has located at Son...

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. — 2 August 1893

m&rtuor court. Wkd.ikday, July SO. V. W. Vigtw et Hi. rs M. "GqM- , water & Bio.; order sustaining ox oepUon of defendant, heretofore mad st aside nd sain adaptions wr ovtMTulod. J a roe MftUoney rs Ju Baldridgo eial. The following jury was im MtHded to try the ease: Joseph Hortoitt Geo. 15. Brown, Thos. Bal- t lard. Milt on Jam;, D. M. Stewart, 32, 0. JLov, D. Lerv. Goo. Angus- . tfu. W. V. Williams, 12. K. Marsh, Joiot JackirOtt, J. Friand. Cass on trial. lfocttjg till 2 o'clock. TxrjKStt.iT. J uly 27. A. Q. Btirmktr ot al. v Char las A, BUm. Cos) placed oh oaluudar. Fanny Kirwaggatt vs Johu Kir waggon. Cum setfor trial Aug. 16, ilhoiHy ys BaUiridgo. Caw still i trial. rxrrn statss cocwr. Tko U. S. vs Homy Rimmr; cleric ordered to wake oopy of indictment : for defendant, aud plea of not guilt y entered. The U. S. vs Gtn. Millar; de fendant arraigned and statutory ittneallowod to plead. Keoee. till 2 o dock. . Th Unitod Statt; grand fury adjourned this" afternoon. The ohnrg...

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. — 9 August 1893

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINE V -VVV WH 11 ARIZONA MINER. KxtalilUhrtl March tt. 1S1 i Ij.AA.-V 1U IX ARIZONA JOURNAL. Kttiil.llsluMl 187. PKESCOTT, ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, L8a PBICE, TEN CENTS ffcXA JO l7KNAL-MINEIt ?OVKR PRINTING HOUSE. IjArUoiia Journl-Mlnir ia pttu!iJid pArUi WrWIy Journal-Miiicr Is Lj ercrj Wifclaosday. at Prewcott, th P-it ot iavapai county. C MARTIN, Kdltor audi Proprietor. Lpr j-,wr, inadvMicx ,. ...-SI0OO r Bwum . -.... - linwd by carrier to city sulxwrtb- week . . r? tea months 2W K - 1 UU ,n inuntas... . i 10 Tcrtising ltaw made known oa appllca ii otnc or ai win imi" in wush'; A; Key, TritHUie Huildim;, Now York. AUey.San rraucisco. Ethe paper U kept nn file si JTICK TO SlUtSCmitEKS. )CKN'AIi MINEll has made arriuwo- to lau WUH mo iuiiuwiuk irr ai . . 1 ..tinunt fn I. nw.li. tit sit WeckLY JOORNAIi-MlNUt Kd - . k blobo Democrat S I -W ciecofall ; !jsc t Siromcie biaPrass ......... 4 KJOi-MTSER will l commute unui 51 pa," U mil ar xnt l rMaiaianj i SB...

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. — 9 August 1893

f. I I it f ,31 Si i - .1. C MAItTIX. K.tlt.ir nn.l rrj'r. Will the democrats enact a wild oni ewrreuov I ww iu view of rooeut national bank failures? Suvusoa would havo visited PnaacoU, but he- was onto the laud oWc grabbors in this section. What is Ui mattor with Mark Smith niKl his constituency? Ho hain't showed up jot on tho silver When Secretary Smith's pension club hits n whole lot of Yavapai democrats, will they exclaim "it is offensive partisanship?" More silver is boing shipped to littgiand at present than ever before. Tho British, as usual, get away with a bluff. There should be a warm welcome on every hand for our visitors from Tucson. Phouix Gazotto. They got iw 120 iu the shade. "Will Governor Hughes call an extra session of tho Arizona legis lature, to consider tho mattor of having an Arizona oxhibit at Sna Francisco this wiutor? AX UXOSUA1. I'ltOUEliUl.NC. It is soldom that tho ollioial act of tho judiciary como within the sphere of a nowspapapor, to either condomn or...

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. — 9 August 1893

r-1 : .'""-: --v.- t'i 1 Royal I Bakin arc urged to buy other W Powder JF you baking powders in place of the Royal, it is solely because the deal er can make more money on them, for all agree that the Royal is the best The low cost of the others to the grocer is proof of the cheap character of their ingre dients and of their inferior qual ity. All others are cheaper made powders of inferior strength. is am est of all ii "There is powder known no certainly to me Royal, and probably proaching it for general excel lence, purity and efficacy. baking superior to none an- p SCHWEITZER Pnf. y" CMevtittty, Missouri State University. Leavening Strength. U.S. Gov't Food Report. Satcimvs Daha. J amoa Shiriuy loft yostordny for lor Uhfongo on mining business. A frosh lot of Kansas eggs haro just arrived at Dulin's. 25 eUs. doz. M rs. Jake .Maries and Miss Flossie Marks aro duo to roach Prosoott next Thursday, from thoir eastern visit Throe location notions woro tho instruments tilod for record ...

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. — 9 August 1893

FEDCKAL. 17. S. vs John B. Smith; cnso sot lor trial Aug. 3. U. S. v p. E. Nelson. Clork of Court llwrmJon ortlored to make a . coot of indictment for dofoiidnnt.. to indict meut owrruliM, aud case et for trial Aug. 4. U. S. vs GUso. V. Miliar; dofoiul- ot pleads ffuilv, and Saturday', . . ivuir. o set a the da lor semoneo. U. S. vs Kalhormo E. Whitman Gaae dismissed. U. S. vs C. B. brav. Caso dis missed. 17. S.rs Jesus Maria Loon. Caso dHUl&SMl. U. S. vs Maria MoGianiss. Caso dismissed. DISTRICT. FKPCRAL. U. S. vs. F. W. Nelson; dofondant I 1 Mi - inaaui ikm jrttuiy, aiiu caso cou- ittttei for t ho term. 17. S. ts. John B. Smith; indicted ir adultry; caso on trial boforo tho jury. IHSTKICT. James Shirley vs F. Scopoi. "Con timiod for the term. Win. Montgomery vs J. W. Clay. Ordered that a cost bond bo filwl, mid that the partios have 90 days in which to file exceptions. G. V. Hull vs P. IS. Murray. Continued for the term. C. H. Hessou vs Virginia G. M. . Co. Caso oontinuod. Cro...

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. — 16 August 1893

-wwacl : i nil i imiinii m i wn imi i i iiiihim mi mm i iiiaai nil hh i wimhii n ' . , . S5; .t : $5?53e!f ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL MINER NT VVV rSJH II ) Alil.(IXA MINKU, K AjUZ0XA.10tTKNAL-MlNKK Yim rowKiirKixTixK liorsK. :tlitllir.l Mareh II, 1JUS4 , . Ktnlll.hed IS74. ' J L. DOUGLAS PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST io, 1833 I I Ml. HI..! I, .1, i ' PBICE, TEN CENTS ". xriiHS Joliriiitl-MluVr L UIm41 i-dar o -r Stittay. l2 Ari Weekly .luiirttut-Mliirr it. nhed every Wedafd-nr. at lrew4t, linn t j VKT1N, Kdltor alul Proprietor. J TKltUti: ,rnr. iltadvaae ..... $lM itv. 'leliverrd by wrrter lo city iU-rit- - per week 515 I! s 2 K iekiy. j,,wrH'V ....................... ,jf tJ,vrtt-itu; ltatrt. Made klmw'tt H4 n(tjJica . ..'tks .the or at tlw Inline irk atfoMow: laln.i . . ... - 10 S3 SHOE noWp. Do yea wr thm? Whi next In MeJ try a tulr. Boat In tho world. 00 $2.00 $2.00 $1.73- FOR BOYS 53.50 B... fl ' 42.50 $2.25 jyj XOTU K TO St'l'.SCUltlKUS i If yea t a fiw DRESS SHOE, rrudo a ...

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. — 16 August 1893

.c; 53 . r ' mi - 1 rir. Wednesday uravwr 16, 1S83 WimU&' KAI1C TK1CKWRY. Every Ux payor in Arisonn knows that $9tlXKX) of their money was ap propriated for display- of their good and wares at Chicago, and T Ux pyr knows, or is eom-tttes-ctag to renlixe that the grentost - fiortkHi of this aK)itiit was oit .her frittered away or else enteu up iu incicr combinations. From the amount of money which has boon actually expended there is uo state- went which has beeii given as yet u m poople to show what has ne tttaily been oittlayed, outside of a . Mwr thousand dollars. On the other hand, thougit, then is known to ex fet the belief that several southern Arizona members of the oommis on are openly accused of tftttving for their own profit shaped disbursements of this fund, and whom must lay the responsibility of it waste. Believing that the peo- p of Ariaoua spenerally should be . Wd aware of Several transactions covering the disposition of their money, aud how the samo was actu ally ...

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. — 16 August 1893

mmmm 11 I i i HATE Qtta noes. roduci. 2 toss inj ob C MtKT S it se Jircs T 2UTi in )AT. ,Jfi3SS.J CE ilar jw ober. "ATE; '4 , for IJ0 Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE pstsPAv's Daily. p, 31. juurpny nnu ..uiss 5Uay hnvo returned from utorn trip. ih loiisln?rt3" has !omi np- administrator of the ostnto i B,h deceased, by Probate fcVni'h. citr council are after tho TViuU and each owner of Machine has been requested to forward and pay a tax ou his 1. iKcuatM' The Bee tialou Srate ave fhe rial at Kite and Mrs?. A. O. Rrodie. Mrs. and her son .lonn. mmi iy couvevance for Walnut to-dav. to be absent iiIkmiI eeks. Epworth League v ill hold a t the narsouavre of the Kirst enlist Church this(Yliiesday) pjrat So clock. All are most ailr invited. Wait who recently left. Pres oe a professional trip aloii t he J the A. P i Ivi" : seriously Fl3stair, sutrerin from an ;of typhoid fever, feear of several aspiiing dem i in this section who are very ...

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. — 16 August 1893

".. j i -' jMMaurwi irttrariirnTTifriTiTr'-"rrrfflTnmr h i i i i mum win i --ssiiiraKawcr- - . Tnrii ,tmm i i i mi i 1 OT1S KSTI XO KH.M 1X1 S C BNC ES. A fmv OIil Tlmn Kooolli-ot Ions of the lny t.ono Hy. 'Phi following itoms are takou from tint filos of the Minor of 1S71: UikW Sheriff II. Herbert has ro stgtHKl his ottioo. ami tho place has bii accept tnl by Jim Otis. M. GoUlwnter. of tho firm of J. Goldwntor . Uro., of Ehrenburg, started from this town Wednesday for Ehronburg and California. We have been requested to an nounce that a ball and supper will bo given on Christmas evening, December 2ft, at the Montezuma House. Tickets for ball and sup per. $10.00 eaoh. We last week forgot to state that C. IS. Genuiig has been presented with a splendid Henry rillo, Thomas "Roddick and Jeff Davis with a Coil's revolver apiece, as tokens of rugard for their participation in tho roceut successful campaign against the Apaches. Quarts MountaiuSaw Mill, Groom Creek. All kiuds of lumber for b...

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. — 23 August 1893

.,4BaBBl ARIZONA WEEKLY MINE m JOURNAL vol.xxx-.no u I; - ; - - row Hi: rKi.vrisu housk. .Iiiumtil-MiHor i imMwitvd ?. iniiiiu Weekly .lourunl-Mliier lUU I.. '"' i"v - -- - t Kdl'or nil Vrnnrlotor. TKKMS: i hh-tv-m ttailvaH flW 4-w ' v Wse'v' ' oarrior oil VM)riV- - ..i jh yw w f-tiy. ' , jff .KdV'T' :,'B It" Ui VlWWR HI ftmllCH - ' ,,, .juj. ,,Uoe w UMWWMIK JUS (nwiw'" ii . ti,,!i i..... v... vri- vi n ,vli'r kna oa NOTICK TO SUHSOKI ItKUS. IF JlL llNAL MINBU hnt atari mwwo- r kav l, iMmnM i .41 tfancn0 " VVinoco I'hronwt I ,.rt Jcfc: lllKf4 w nnuRmu until ( jtVri,H W1 rJWt H4f kill PWHT- W Secret Societies. IVANUOK COMMANOBKV .N. -J. KNlUlllSTKMPl-Art. StWnl .H- A. U. i:.1MCU K. ( irTIAN LOIHJK. NV t. K. A A. M ' Mnc 1111, S l. u on the lrlSJJnla 1 n! each month. SiHmiirtj bntkrMt ixre S. 1- l":tGltT. W- M. nvxscorr chaitk... it. a. m. I : StaUil ComniHl.'. atnt tin hret Mnr tn'Mvratt'i I 0. O. I. AKVOJnX lAllHiK .. 1 of thix Uxlrff fuinc at 0lii rlill-ivili Krtl.WHatU Aj orlw iq ...

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. — 23 August 1893

to! "AJUZONA.HmK,NAij-JHINBR .1. V. MAWVIS. Kilitor :tiul l'i-o.'r. 1 f LVnjrnss adopts some of tho . fool fanatical legislation proposci it wiil introduce this country to a Mm ago-wreekngo. The iRmilists nro dond, as a pol itieml jmrty, but they don't know it-. Tltey go right alonp holding slide conventions and talking about thoir viskiiary schomos. Representative Hohnan says.stnto bunk not os are about as valuable for money purposes as boach lonvos For once, wo can agreo with "the groat objector. Dispatches sny that Clovolaud goes to BitHwrd Bay on an ovont of far more importance to him than all tho issues the government ovor had to contend with. The Democratic partv now finds . that a national platform which can . bo construed to pleaso evorybodv, while handy as a voto-gottor, is a legislative obstacle difficult to surmount. . "Buck" Kilgore, otherwise known as the "big-foot Texas kicker," an nounces that ho is getting up steam for the kick ojt his life, which ho proposes to make...

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. — 23 August 1893

5: 1 1 3 4 ii Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. I Bakin ABSOLUTELY PURE ft X durin sum Sir Dr t" "ST vino serves will bo hold Sun f..n,: . :i . ,iV"". ,us" i.'iuu- foil "Wednesday's Daily. The loug throat onod strike of the KnjxHsh coal minors began Inst veok. Some 350,000 iiicmi aro dir ectly involved in this grit strike. Conductor Brown, the ellloioiit boss of the S. F., P. & P. passenger, is a special delivery in iil tnt, judging from the number of letters ho had entrusted to his on n this morning to bo mailed at Ash I'oik. A jroaial gathering in the term uni for a meeting at ; he linpt ist chureh on Friday evening next. The occasion will be one in which Rov. Snialo will deliver a Wttirv. a special musical program mo will be given ami refreshments sinvd. The name of our towiiMiuui, Hon. J.C. llerndon, appears Ji, chairman i of the meeting, j John Joseph, a well Known A. & 1 P. railroad conductor, ;md Mi lUlo Moore, a charming ladyoi reaen sprin...

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. — 23 August 1893

i i JJi. 4- - t i f i .It- Uniting Around the ltaugr. Hcmmco Cash". August 9. Oor nwpomiiMioo J otrnal-Miner.1 Wo rose up nud departed from Phonix, oho William Simpsou and I. Will iam had a high wagon and a com pound S-logged motor, called Buck and Bill. William carried alfalfa, grain and fruit, i carried a light summer coat aud gall. As we crossed the Arizona caual we waved our red baudauas adieu to Salt JRivor valley aud plunged into the smoky, dustv, suffocating desert. The bosom ol the aforesaid desert was still hot, aud we made our virtuous bed that night on the historic banks of New river amid" lizsauds, bull-headed auts, sctfr pious, centipedes, hydrophoby skunks, aud a thousand othor biting, stinging, sucking, clawing brutes that have uevor boon classified. During tho night, William's grand and gushing soul asserted itself through a series of complex and diabolical snores like a prolonged blast on a long bellod baritone which had been damaged in tho battle of Hohoonluidon. 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. — 30 August 1893

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINE -rvV V n il ' A 111 "BONA .HlXHi:, KxtuhllKtioil Mnrpli U, 180-1 1 PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1893 PRICE, TEN CENTS AFt' I Z 0 A ) il coBa MIC iFUJft AND T ARTIE crifr wl STT1 and See; ranteed. ! .at Piss .1 5S ff 1 iLt H. ' ' JTl AJUZONA .TOlUtNAL-MINElt IHWVKK rUISTINU HOUSE. "Hi A''OM 4ouniHl-MIr tWi4ixt , VrUima Wi-okly Journal-Miner t jfIxl ""J Wednesday, at I'lweott, tho ,v wva rf avapal county. C "UAUT1N, Editor nnd lroprltor. " TKltMS: ..i- .wwwvtr.inadvaneo 10 VPrmtMitk !?-":;-::::::::: :::::::::::: SSi :Sr:"r ta:::::::.:::::::::::: ( -B nw-Advrtislin: IUt made kuotfn ou apidire ilmeri" tT '-- ...... .Timor A lies. San rYaaeioi. Ulr-alwrfuuif. RxcKaUM... Fraii- :ifCO. .. i 1 - Woer too l13-1 " " " v.TirKTO HtMlSCKIltKUs: fnlIK JOl'ltNAL MINKll kv. mad arrauit- Ethe tr tiiwL iapwt t. Im mvl 1:1 a I Ilubdfli .... ,. Ular. vl. Hill r wmm MwtortMl UtltHtDt ill Secret Sociiitie.. IVANHOK WHHA.iuiiui -. I . tti ttnl 1. It Cla.t.. u ... Mfll clTt ...

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. — 30 August 1893

JAW, i- ' ARIZONA JO H RN A L-AHNE R Wbbxcsoay, August SO, 1S03 .1. 15. .MA IIT1N. Hdltor uixl I'mp'r. Poor Tom Farish. "From tho ouuUe to the tomb." Zulick and his trusty old Win ohostor aro on route from Washing ton to Phonix. Tlie south will do us up on ovon a pnpur of pins, lot alouo a $1200 Ga xctto ink-stand. Th Phonix Gazotto edition of our resourcos has appeared in a prospectus. It is hoadod "The Arizona Snap." Duubar to Hughes: "Say Guv uir, (hie) what do -ou (hie) think of a Mid-winter fair edition of tho Gagetto?" (hie). After all, whou wo come to think of it, Arizona's exhibit would have boon all right in Chicago, if wo had only secured that $l,2U0 edit ion. Tho t ramp nuisance is upon us. With tho tramp comes tho burglar and tho foot-pad. Gazotto. You ororlooked a bot Mr. Editor, in that Kttlo $1,200 uuisauco that smell so loud just at tho presont timo. Some papers never got tired in throwing their iuuoudoos looso at our executive when they refer to htm as "PinhoaiV Hug...

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. — 30 August 1893

' n't mini www it fell 1 n ft A P.CJ.' Tfl Highest of all in Lcivenltg Power latest U. S. Gov't Report mcr BJ I VJWkiCl ABSOLUTELY PURE Fiuday's Daily. A punch and cream sooial tonight at t ho Baptist Church'. Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Bashford nro uo to amvo tomorrow from Cal ifornia. .Thon. will ho a Baptismal sorvieo at tho Baptist Church noxt Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. I Wepvkspay's Daily. Tho territorial tax levy has gone democratic. J. E. Auderson loft to-dny for tho Yforld's Fair aud tho oast. P. L. Kastuor loft to-dny for his oid homo in Canada, on business aud pleasure. Sheriff Donahue, of Coconino, came down from Flagstaff yester day, on official business. Mr. aud Mrs. Varnoy Stephens, excellent jHopk have returned fietn a visit to California. Tho "saloon loitering case" has boen post ponod and will be hear I this evening at tho oiMirt house. Mrs. C. if. Akors, nu estimable lady of tl. city, left today for Ontario, t ahfornia, to bo absent sotne mouths. Y, II. Kelly of Denver...

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. — 30 August 1893

Praelt oklor nt Aitkan's. Onll for tho PAT oigar at tho MoHtanumn Saloon. if Lamp's kg boor, 5 conts a glass at. the Montumn. J L. Fishor, agont Domostic Sow ing MnchiiKts. Assortment on hand. Tinily arrival of Fresh Buttor and Eggs nt Dulm's .Market, tf Rubbor goods of all kinds at tho Ynvnpm Fharmncy. If Chnmpngno taps at tho Yavapai Pharmacy. t f Fresh Raspberries drawn from soda fount nin, at Corner Drug Store. tf Dunn's keg boor from tho cold storage is finer than silk. tf. Potatoes $2.25 por hundred 03- t he sack at Dulin's Market jyfitf "Sinrgo," "Oraugo Blossom, and JVloronnuIo Cijrars can bo Dougta onlv at Aitkon's Cigar Store. tf Butter. Full woight two pound rolls at O. K. meat markot. tf Fresh Candies received each week at Aitkon's. Finest assortment in town. tf If there is a hotter eigar sold in Proscott for a bit than tho Pat, at tho Montezuma, I havo never found So said Liout. Palmor, formerly f Whipple. tf William Eiuk pills for pale peo p$o at the Yavapai Pharmacy, ...

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. — 6 September 1893

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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. — 6 September 1893

ARIZONA JOmUf A.L-MMBR AVedkcsdat SepUMtlr 6, 1S0S aitmrr tauii'k am su.vkk. Our ooulemMrary coms out ns Advocate of the Hancock theory that the tnriff question is purely n local tw. Itsnys: "The tariff question is cortainly more than nay other which has como before this natiou more local than Mittional i its boAcinKS. Sections when the nature of tho products forbids the existence of factories hart everything to gain by free trade, as "they spottd their money for iat ports almost exclusively, while MtattufAct itriuir centers are uiuloubt 0113 Uttilt up ami great monopolies created by protective tariff. The tariff question can only settlo down to the basis of doing that thing which will give the greatest bouofit -to the greatest number of people, ami, in this event, the free traders will always carry the da-." The first to enunciate a theory such ns expressed in the above para graph was General llaueock, when nominated as candidate for presi dent by the democracy. When - asked as to ...

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