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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 31 January 1894

ft 3 liij f i M iraiisg no i n Vi i. Highest of all in Leavening Tower. latest U. S. Gov't Report RoYal Baking Powder ABSOUlfELY PURE Wednesday's Daily. J. D. Smiley is a guest of Wiusor. The Weekly I JoORXAL-MlNER IS published to-daj The Governor's, Arbor Da proc lamation appears in this issue. John Tiiumons, superintendent of tho Gladiator mine, carao iu last ovening. J. W. Smith has gone east, on ao couut of the illuoss of his mother, at Des Moines, Iowa. Do not fail to hear l?ov. O. J. McFaddeu's lecture on "Double Doses for tho Dumps." The Epworth League social will meet to-night at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Bashford. A "marriage license was issued to day to George C. Owing? and JLjss Maud Brown, oX the Coyote ranch. Treasurer Oliver, last "flight 're ceived the taxes due from the A. & P. railroad amounting to nearly 512,000. Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson A-or undo and aunt of Mrs. A. O. Brodio, aud her mother Mrs. Hanlou left yesterday for California. Judere J. H. Wricht...

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. — 31 January 1894

,3T r ? -- .ii-j'S- . v 'is5v. ,f. , - - . - .MF'.t" nwr i n mmwm Hi mil m i m n i an iwawi i t Mb sale. stone c suite a "It i t; Me qu : : kill iipiV cl a -;- ? 1. " J4 VOTU L at nrivt farm SS "if 1 Tj j lroc raai it 11 print to ooa tabor eotnpl ocrstr Th oott, Jaatia Aube Blank Berlin Ben! Bsum Braes, Browa; Brown Clark, Clark, Carrrni CokK Coop Crow, Corcori Davis, Dedarii Dulea Foxba Forree GMee Gray, Herria, Hxlar, Bui Pa pleeee mdiw .-" it -V rsi i-i - sr a." . ii - 31 I iM 11 Bl - -it 9 UMHlla : el Spr .... Montiasl . oJtft . cms. SeUtunf ; iftr wu kmhUkI! Iraft n S.J.Ed? Coart' 'ekck t D.Hama MMMi at J wot Tlieca PttUisbu titorial clock U licaa, Jal If th,. :Yr.ir $4HsiltIn Koiimrk un the Jlonp , (OHiMONfCATnU. 1 wareltartl; money is scarce; S want ami suffering arc tho r tho day. The question is "s tlie cause ot all this?" . answer is as plain as tho sun liht at noonilay: Silver boiny de monetiaed. thus destroying the greater half of the money of tho world, and at the same ...

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. — 7 February 1894

WEEKLY INER II FT XTrv AlZOXA MINBK. li-dablUhed Mnrrh 0. 1801.1 L.XXX NO 4G lAKlZOKAJOUn.XAL. KstablUhed f PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1894 PRICE, TEN CENTS A. R 1 Tj 0 -N .A. JOTJ RNAL 51 Hi ttl .m ma VER PRINTING HOUSEL .t..Mrni.l-Mlitrr in pablitJHil lafherearejeeptSamlay , . I Vve A Wednesday, at Preecott, the p seat of 1 avanai county. MARTIN. Kdltor and Proprietor. TERMS: i ciaiVk , per year, inauvanoe " :irmoBiR ....... ............... . delivered by carrier to city nubscrlo- .... ........ .. .... .... s , per year 4 CO fix inoniiw.... Uiree month.. 2 59 1 X 10 rAdwrtiing Rates made kiKiwn on apidica tUs omce or at uie iohowjqk lufv'nou: aerA-Rey, Tribune Madding. Now lorlc. Km. W.ui Francisco. . Fisher, Merchant' Exchange, Fran- the paper u kPt on file. XOTUKTO Sl'BSCKlBEKS. i 1 JOURNAL MINER ha made arrange- , srioiM n&'aoJ, payment to bo made in ad i nuni to lab vntn tlio ioiioyviiu; taper ai The KKKLY J OUlUi T AI-.UI xbk wu ouis Democrat inc.soo i all ...

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. — 7 February 1894

v. ... J. V. JtAKTlST. HrtUorsmill'ron'r. ..Fobrunry 7. 1S&1 UMTOUIAL NOTES TIm Colorado legislature is still in seaeitMi. Thd governorship of Ohio does not satin toba a lucrative position. Govarnor Melviuloy failed a eouple of ytmrs ago, and ox-Gov. Campbell is reported to bo hopolossly bank rupt. Admiral Bnhaui opened the gate? of commerce at Rio Janeiro wheu he silenced the guns of Do Gaaia. Several ships havo ontorod the harbor since Bonham convoyed the American vessels to the wharves The Pheuix Gasotto has its little ltatohot raised for the decapitation of Chief Justice linker. Duiibnr is having a mighty hard time trying to adjust nil the officers in the torritory to his way of thinking. The ouUH-pnsing new spapcrs -tvhtoh seat Chris Evans sailing awnv o the high seas, or into tho Inlands of Mexico, havo to take it all batek now. Chris is still doin business at the old stand. The Cttiaou says that Tucson now has a prospect for the erection of n cmul linil h rMnlnr brick :Ui...

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. — 7 February 1894

3E Highest of all in Leavening Power. latest U. S. Gov't Report Powder ABSOOnrELY PURE Wednesday's Daily. B. B. B. C. T. E. Farisb of Vulture is in town. Contractor O'Connor was in town to-day. M. Fugli loft for bis Minnehaha home to-day. Charles Donaldson came in from Lynx Creek yesterday. Hugh McCruni returned last evening from his visit to California. F. G. Parker has taken the con tract for tbo repair of C. A. Dako's store. Pete Collott now has the oniy stage line to Joroino. Oflico at J . P. Dillon's. A "Y" has been graded just this side of the summit on tbo 6. F., P. & P. railroad. Mr. aud Mrs. W. S. Goldsworthy have moved mto one of tbo Dwyer dwelling houses. W. W. Ross is quite sick to-day with an attack of pneumonia. He was taken suddenly ill last evening with a chill. J. H. Breed the jolly merchant of Winslow came in on last evening's t he 13th legislature. me reporter made a very serious i mistake yesterday in reporting the ! father. mercury 19 degrees below zero. It ...

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. — 7 February 1894

Maul Twwnwl the Fur- Iitu1HuMh f KhIho. Wampkotok, Jan. 27.-rSecial Uorrwnoadeac.J -The democrats u u.I . u..: i r ,i truotion during the past wwk, during ii greater part of which lima the Mouse ha been in a chaotic condition. The consideration of the Wilson bill has progress! un der the St minute rule. The ob jection that has beeu mauifieti iu the House by members of the dem ocratic party towards the Wilson bill has been rather astonishing- Sch died in the wool democrats a Cottfrreasmau Deueon of Alabama, Sparry of Connecticut. Sip ami Boltxhoofer of Pennsylvania, Hen dricks of Xew York, and a doaou Others, hare made sjeeches de Mouncing not oulv the dson bill but the f ramers of the bill in tho most bitter terms. They all declared that of the two bills the Wilson UUI or the McKiuley bill they woukl much prefer the MoKinley bkl. They also declared that if the Wilson bill become a law it will rain the industrial of the country. 1b this ooMuectiou it may bo inter ostuig to know exact...

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. — 14 February 1894

URNA as PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1894 iYOlj.XXX NO 46 jAHlZONA.IOl USAI-. Ktal.llhed 187 1. t f PRICE, TEN CENTS WEEKLY J2 r. i. (at 9 i 'i 9 kfOZONA JOPIlNAL-iULNEK POWER PRINTING HOUSE. .tic Arlw .lourni.l-ei j.Mtehed tT, ry dny in flic ywr cwh uir. Arizona Weekly JauriwUMInfr b aUMM evwj i -..-..-j . ounty (xt f iavaiat etnmty. 31 AUXIN. Kdltor and IToprletor. TKltMS: .510 v, per nivBui .. j, delivered Uy earner to city iwbaartb- i-cklr, per year....... V,vL-tv. sir IB OB t hf. . . . n ior w 4 W) 10 iYvUy. three moatfcs. aaK.e copy. tf-Ailrortio'tiMc Hate wade known oe atHUn it n to this olhce or kt the ftdlowiotc iw: , 1 aimer x is, iihww ihuiik .mw Paimer & lley, San rVadc. L. P. Fisher, -Merchant's Uxcfcamre, rYaa- SXfCO. Where Uw paper " Kw OB B. XOTlCE TO SUUSCK1 KEltS. PHE JOUltN VI. itlNKK has nl arrange ment to rill" witw loiiowiwe paper a ao price na ni. payment U It Mad M If I MMHM ir.co Th KKfc The Wkkkxy Jookn aXj-Mimhk and fl M 1 I J' Louia tilo...

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. — 14 February 1894

$SIXm A JOTTfe AL-MINER W. C MAKT1N. IMtUtr ami l'ron'r. WeDXESDAT . ..February 14. 1S94 KUITOKIAI. NOTES Democracy will 5oon bo iu tho saddle in this territory. Tho days of the presont territo rial aUministratio are mimbored. Pheuix Graaette. Arizona will have a now Gover nor appointed day after to-morrow. Phenix Gnsetto. Mineral Wealth aunomiees the natue of Anson H. Smith as candi date for United States senator. Jim Corbett says that ho is will ing " to spill Pet Jackson's blood on Catalina Island if a big onough purs is offered. An effort is being made in Con gress to secure the repeal of tho act passed by last congress for tho pro tection of railway ouiployeos. The officers have succeeded in capturing Bandit Evans' right arm The rest of the bandit escaped. Th ftria captured is a woodou one. The democratic majority in con gress says that Cleveland is a states man. It has endorsed his Hawaiian policy, pulling down tho American flag and all. The appointment machino has been put at...

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. — 14 February 1894

aM IM I' -: ? I ' ii I I i illWHI ! 'Ill ill limn I I I III il M SWSWSa "f- -A, '1?'' v highest of all in Leavening Power. 1-atot I S. iov't Rejwnt Powder PURE bxesdat's Daily. aw moon. put commenced to-day. ine above zero this morning. ?(x. Parker loft for California av. fescott choral society moots this lusr. last ovouin ; D. Ross came in Flagstaff. W. Ross' condition to-day is tly improved. teph R. Walker, ouo of the old uiers of Id timers, is in town. O. O'Xt'ill is again in chnrga otbee ot the probate judge. aano Morrill, one of the priiici- jercuauts -t Jerome, is in town. SB. Parker ltft for Yuma this litis?, for the benefit ot ins Ih. McCandloss was called out to Aallev this morning to see a it. id the list of whiskies and lies on baud at tho lavapai iacy. tu, February 6, lS9i. in Skull to C ol. and Mrs. on Erx , a sou. Riordan. Mrs. M.J. Riordnn iss Blanche Metz came in on renings train. J. Stetson, who has heen put- ip tho liucyrus shovel on L'reek, left to-day. Sution is ...

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. — 14 February 1894

XHc l.lar a a Faster t Human I'rocreaa. For many years the wise men insisted upon the iuiportanco aud beauty of truth. Wo rood that all the glorious and lovely produc tions of the arts depeud upon the trutk as w pou a solid aad enduring foundation. Wo road that poetry and beauty rest upon tho cougouial substance of truth as a statue upon its pedestal. But tho man has not 6 3"t ariseu who has givou tho other side of tho question justico.or yielded duo prniso to tho efforts and worth of liars. Wo rospoct aud revere tho truth. Wo adhoro to it in theory and in practice a thing rare iu the adherents of wore opin ions but avo boliovo in justice though tho henvons fall, and in all ike good old-fnshioued axioms. In all truth, however, to spoak para doxically, the liar, as au element of practical advancement, has been too log ignored. It is time that tho pea ami brush should do him hom ago. Wko sets the great enterprises aftoat? Who is tho originator of vast investments and tho instigator f ...

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. — 21 February 1894

WEEKLY YOL.XXX NO 46 t 4.IIIZOVA M1NKK. Kittnlillitheil Mnrch , 1804,1 AKIZOXA.IOUltNAI., KHtnhlUlicil 1874. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2L, 1894 PRICE, TEN CENTS ARIZONA JOURNAL ARIZONA JOUBNAL-MINER POWER PRINTING HOUSE. 'iHt iritmiu .iinirnKl-3lln;r U published wMnasdar. at Preecott, the sonntr eest of Yriu county. J. C. SIAKTIX. Kdltor ami rroprletor. TERMS: Daily, per year. in France f 10 00 rv. , I iwr montti .... ....... - iw f..ii Aaiimmi bv carrier to citr anbacrib- Lsnnj . , - em. per week rtwkly.p?r year... 00 iVeoklv, nix months 2 50 Weekly, Uireo months 1 . 4in?lconr.. ........................ ........ 10 CiT Advertising lUtos made known on applies tlun to this office or at the following agencies: Palmer & Iter. Tribune Building, New York. p.lmnr ltiT. Ran Francisco. L. P. Fisher. Merchant's Exchange, Fran ;ifco. Where the papor kDt on file. -OTICK TO SUltSCKlUEKS. TIIE JOUKNAIi M1NEU has matle arrange- JL meets to clnb with the following papers at tho pr...

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. — 21 February 1894

AJiKONA JOIT Rff AJL-MINER it. C, JKAKT1N. KUitor ami Trup'r. AVaKCMBkAT. ..February 21. ISM KIUTOKlAl. NOTES r Peckbnat will follow Hornblower. CeL Sieoson died in Sau Fran r cwo tk other day, aged 91 years. Awarding to lato dispatobes . GroTer's Pockhnm is out. in the odd. Judge Sloan's term of office ex pi red on ibe very day tbat bis suc cessor was appointed. Tke Ariaoua Eutorprizo is now in the fifteenth cbaptor of "A Tale of a Yellow Dog" aud bas not vet flenched tbe dog's tail. James Wbitoomb Riley, tbe "Hoosierpoot," roalized $30,000 last yenr from bis rbyines. Who says it does not pay to be a poet? The anti-aduiinistrationists of this territory are getting in their work at "Washington. All three of .the recent appointments belong to this wing of the democratic bird. Three days have actually passdd without the promise of a new gov ernor. " day after to-morrow," from the Phonix Gazette. Wonder if our esteemed friend Dunbar is losing . bis grip. The beat place in Arizona for a...

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. — 21 February 1894

. ' - ", 'f - 5:?' . ' . ' . Highest of all in Leavening Tower. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Rote Baking Powder ABSOULTirElY PURE Wednesday's Dailt. St, Valentino's Day. Tnmnc Rroivti of Vordo valloy is in town. The Proscott choral society will meet to-night. The cold wave has apparently spent its force. J. A. Green is recovering from au attack of grippe. Phenix was visited bv a snow storm recently. Spring will bo a welcome visitor when she comes along. Francis C. M. Thompson will leaTe in a day or two for Europe. W. W. Ross is improving rapidly now and expects to bo able to be out in a few days. Pay yourcounty taxes now, if you do not want to see your namo in print in the delinquent tax list. Judge Andrews has gono up on the line of the A. & P. railroad on business, and it is said will take in the ball at Needles to-night. A soldier, under the. influence of whisky, was arrested last night for kicking in a door on north Grauite street. xno mercury reacneu as low a notch this morni...

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 February 1894

jK ' -!'v v--M'; sasr- AJCOVUKK TRAGEDY. . -. Mv lt,yMt SaltM.tt h Granite Street the Sotme t AMwtliur ltumloldc. A Sllr SHt TkrwHgh Hip llenrt and lvttMUy Killed, by Iho Ilartctuler. I'H Royal saloon ou Grauito ?iret whs, Inst nihL, the scano of a tragedy iu which Private Reillyau. of G Co., 11th Infautry, stationed nt Whippta, was shot through the heart and instantly killed. The saloott is owned by Charles Wallace and a wouiau named Erbn Robin son, and it was only a few wooks ago that the man killed last night was shot in the head and quito se riously injured, near the same placo, by Frank McQuilkeu. In the em ploy of th saloon as bar tender and waiter was Frank Suffee, otherwise known as the "Walleyed Kid." On the night that Keiliyan was shot by McQuilken it seems that Suffee and h had one or two fights, in which the soldier is said to havo been worsted. It is further stated that Reillyau, while in the hospital suffering: from the wound received at the former shooting, had sont 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. — 28 February 1894

WEEKLY JOTJ VOL. XXX NO 46 t AKIZONA MIN'Klt. KtahtUhrl March J. 1804,1 AlUZONAJOUUXAL, Kstntdlshi'd 1874. f PBESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, L894 PRICE, TEN GENTS zl 1 I Z 13 RNAL-MINER itttWi ii rings a ta ! -jeri oJ&Til top?? s. ion.' if til atljf 3L .181 itlos- iff ate3 n ARIZONA JOPIUAL-MINEK POWER PRINTING HOUSE. rr.Arlui Jourul-Mlnr is iablUl.l ArUS. Weekfr Journal-Miner b Soanty "f Vavapai county. MA.KTIX, Editor ana rroprimor. TERMS: Oaiir. rtlns'unoe V.'.".?1i oa Dallyl SeSveml by carrier to" city Rabiorib em. per week flwkfr.pwyw . Weekly, ix months. - Weekly, three months 1 Sinjlecopy... 10 S3rAdTertilng Haioe mxdc Vnovrn on applica lion to this office or at the following aewnsnes: Palmer Iter. Tribune ltalldiuK. New lork. Palmer A liey. San Francisco. Ii. P. Fisher. Merchant's Exchange. r ran Whore the paper kot oa file. NOTICE TO SUltSCUI It Kits. THE JOURNAL MINElt has made nrratu-e-ments to club with the followins paiers at tha uriee na-.ned. payment to...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 28 February 1894

.. C SIAKTIN. K4Uriit rroiVr. .. February 28, 1891 ItniTOHlAU NOTES Bo&$ Crofcr al Tnmmauy is on route to Sum FnitMttsoo. Hiw anybody hoard auytkiug of tbo pojMtlists, Intel 3'? YoKJr how Senator David B. suods on Ariaona's admission? Zlck kns beon board from. He is in Washingtou trying to bo Gov oritor, it is sakl. The Bmsilinu rdvolution, and statohood for Arizona, aro two eaostuut companions. The Pkouis Gasotto oouios to us paiatod in cnrdiual rod. It's after Clovoiaad's "cuekoos" in Arizona. " Tho poople who aro tbe most worked up ovor tbo Hoywood lottor aro tbo politicians, anxious for a "snap." It is reported tbat Mrs. Loaso ' will locate paraiauotttly in tbo Salt I?ivor valley. What a narrow os oapo for tho north. Jftoob Smith, the oldest Mason "tit tl United States died on Fob- rtserr S. hI Dnuvillrt. Kanfuekv. Ho wag 90 vaars of asre. Coviotittg a violator of tho dis pensary law in South Carolina is as hard as trying to oonrinco tbo U. S. . sauato of Arizona's admission...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 28 February 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power. latest U. S. Gov't Report RoYal Baking Powder .."WJ Fbidat's Dailt. out your municipal war zero this ABSOUirELY PURE Wednesday's Daily. Buy a ticket for the firemen's ball. Constable Miller bad not given bonds at a late hour tbis afternoon. Epwortb League social to-nigbt at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Elliott. Tbo wholesale whisky firm of Eakin & Brady, Albuquerque, is u der attachment. Jocbxal-Mixer subscribers in the courthouse complain of the theft of their papers occasionally. The condition of the man shot on Saturday night by Constable Miller continues favorable for reeovory. George Blaine, who shot and killed a man named Huborat White Hills, has been held on a charge of mur der. On account of St. Patrick's day being on Saturday this voar, the ball will bo given ou Friday oven ing, March 16. Dr. Evarts, of Whipple, is quite sick and Major W. Mathews, sur geon U. S. Army, is stationed tem porarily at Whipple. Col. J. F. Wilson rotur...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 28 February 1894

LB i i j HI OHrfcrHtxR 4H tUo Komi to be rushed V'l"-'- lMcUt. Ahead. AW ootrvet has boon lot ou Ika ilW rwd for grading eleven Mttloc of nxidbl beyond Devil's Gftto, fcwkon which is to bo com mted Hi qbw. This when com pleted will inttko 31 miles of road reaclr for business south of Pros ooU or 91 juiles of road in opera tion on the system. As soon as the present work between Presoott and j3vils Gate is finished, which will Hot be later than March 15, all ramps will be moved into various portions of Skull aud Upper Kirk land valleys. Track laying will fol low closely, and trains will run into Skull valley not later than April 1. Between Proscott and Skull valley the bridge gang is at present eOHSiruetinjr two trestles. wnicu each, 11 be dOO and 380 feet long and SO feet iu heiffht. The Mi?iue on the construction foroe ow goes over tho hill, the od of the track being beyond Iron Springs. Enough steel is on hand in tho Praeooit yard to lay the road to Dickson's In Skull valley. Congr...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 7 March 1894

iw.'t .r.,-,r,l--:f A. Kb I Z 0 ,N A. WEEK I' V J J. XT . i AltlZONA ARIZONA ,TOLTKXAL-MLEK POWER PRISI'IXOJIOUSK 'ounty wt ot arapal county, j C MAKTIN. Kdltor nnd Proprietor. TK11M& .Vl'y. 1' 1" ? 2 rw.lv imr mnfitll w ba:ly,allwrlbrwrito city SBheorib- , jr wk A eddy, per yr... tYeeUy, ss months. Weekly, three month .- 4 lA) a w i lUtM mdA kuown on inUoa? Uc u to this office or at the tollowf VBenj: lMmwAlU-y, Trlbaae HalWte. Now VorV. Palmer Wf.!ui rraacj"'. L, I'. Fisher, Merchant's LxcfeaRxe, Fran- 5ico. , . . -i Where Ue paper ' ! " XOTXCE TO SUltSCltlUKK!. P1IK JOURNAL MINER W Rrrww- tnat to rlu& Mia wo HMHunac ww- irico n iHsl. ;vym(it te l vU i t the pric nnn H St Loait U UU IMiK)rat ; SNia ftnclcw Ohroaicle,.. ' Kn MM Al UH) I JLll 4 J U cvmtiRHtvl nntn fttnntxvL Hills ro at t r)iUrtJ' s nbool atUwpxiirtioat a jwrV sahrtertptton. lhirr!rrBtoppvltaayUBe aw urwaUy rv iwwtftt to ind notice to tfeU tho and pay Hp the amount itw. Secret Societies. FANHOE COMM.VllUlY No...

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. — 7 March 1894

fTf nrrrrmmairr-- - f r , ,. f tm, . m in I CMItwr mm rir'r' EON ! bv Ttting 1 Jul i - 9H : TfcectUMixs of PitMOtt jwtoi- daT decided by food majority tSat Um public school of our oily . t sbali b cooUm1 lor the lull year, on theraseh os to of mamUimitfr re qnly forty ouo . ptopohhu, una ira by inauy who tax, tor their not, the teachers were at i factory ru- k. This taction tka surfs cauv ncy the These co. doubt, rtsnoh- nariicular onos that it in uuuoo atrllsMBa to oall thai the L-auh-iatenwt in tho ttatil tho closoof the work acoom maj be of such n . 4- .,-75 .a ;s 'CaTura that even thoso at Ih levy of this ? no occasion to t of yenterviAy'a Uxnm waxit tho W . i u..r aUo v ?15r.-' v -bo quite pro ai;d commences with a great ' t! .y f bitUiriHtss. b telegraph accouncos simuU jaoeottsly that Precideat Clevelaad has abandoned hia idea of resuscita ting dead monarchies, aad that he had gone duck hunting. Congressman Fithian of Illinois has clasisifiwl thf democrats as fol lows; jval d...

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