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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 7 March 1894

II I M SSlJj lVURING hard times consumers 1 t yST -L cannot afford to experiment gfo I (pR) J with inferior, cheap brands of bak- i $ ttyrS ing powder. It is NOW that the M i m reat strensth and Purity of the If I lxL,- YAL stand out as a friend in need u ' jp 5::: to those who desire to practise Econ- p. SI omy in the Kitchen. Each spoonful does its per- ' I J! feet work. Its increasing sale bears witness that it is a necessity to the prudent it goes further. il N. B. Grocers say that every dollar in- iS? H , vested in Royal Baking Powder is j worth a dollar die world over, that it fg does not consume their capital in dead jp stock, because it is the great favorite, ' and sells through all times and seasons. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. JPf" Wednesday's Daily. All citv officers should bo elect fli r. Ed. Wagoner is in from Waluut rrove. Phonograph at K. of P. hall this evening. Andrews !c Liing have a now sign an their door. Quarterly examination of teach- irs n...

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 March 1894

wscovred av accident. . X1amMM KrtaMlMl U..o Whleh "Were ;'lt it owicnfe the way that some of cmr. moat wtful appiinnoes were in vanted or discover!. We are told . tkmt some Venetian nwuinrs built h tlm on beach whew tbeiv was sand llftixetf with soda, and that they were earprifled to And that the sand molt ed and formvi a transformed compo riiiou. Some reflecting man was in tie party, awl by this accidental melting of tte saad discovered how to make glass. Years after this the children bo longing to a Dutch spectacle niakor war6 playing with glasses which their father used, and they made the discovery that by putting one glass m front of the other they could make the steeple of a neighboring church appear nearer. Their father had sbftrpoeds enough to use this acci 1eut. discoTery iu waking tho first . tiitewsope. 'Moat engineers are familiar with . tho story of how the steam engino was first made automatic. In tho erly rude forme of to Xewcomen Qugme a boy was employed to open awl ...

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 March 1894

H lllfdiWMMHilill I ' ' : it'n 'ifi. .rITtii1l,l(Wln - ' ' iSaE: f i.'-y ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER vrrrT XTA- . (AKIZONA MINER. Kitabllahed March t, 1804.) VOXi.SSlXI NO 1 J AKIZONA JOUKItAL, Established 1874. ' PBESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14 1894 PRICE, TEN CENTS ARIZONA JOPKNA -MINER POWER PJBLNTIKG HOUSE. "iWArUima inurnhl-Miuer ia pnbllthed r err dr in the year except Sunday. The Arltona Woekly Journal-Miner li -ublUhed ererr Wednesday. t Preecott, die Sonnty mU of iarapal county, j. C. MARTIN, Editor and Proprietor. TKIIM3: Hlly. per I". 1 dvanoe $10 00 Daily, per month . .. 1 W Daily, aeliTer&l by carrier to city.iubecrib- era. per week WeeklyTpOT year... iS Weekly, aix month. 2 50 Weekly, three month 1 3 jingle copy... H EaTAdTertUini? Kate made known on applica tlon to thii office or at the following acenciea: Palmer A Key, Tribune Bnildlng, New York. Palmer Key. San Francisco. L. P. Planer, Merchant' Exchange, Fran sUco. . , Where the paper t kopt on file. 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. — 14 March 1894

AiUZbNA JD11 ENAIj-MjLNER Jl O. XAKT1X. Ktlltor ami Trop'r. Wednesday, March 14, 1894 00K THJKT1KTU. ANNIVKKSAHY. The Jocrnal-Miner to-daj cwle brates its thirtieth anuivorsary, or the thirtioth auuivorsary of the es tablishment of the Arizona Mixer. The paper has beeu published con tinuously ever since its first issue, thirty years ago. It retained its virgin name as the Arizona Miner mtil August 15, 1SS5, whou it was consolidated with and hjphouatod to the Arizona Journal. Ex-Governor and Ex-Delegato to Congress R. C. McCormick, now a prominent citizen of New York, was the founder. It had its birth In Chino valley, twouty-two miles north of Prescott, where the seat of tbe territorial government was first 1 cated. Judge Floury tells mauy iutorost iug reminiscences of its early bistorj". Heva as?istaut secretary of the territory at tho time, but was pressed into service as roller bay, and so skillfully was the work 'performed that it was several mouths before 'ho was released from t...

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 March 1894

m&5J&21&irM- ayrn I Igll D kURING hard times consumers cannot afford to experiment with inferior, cheap brands of bak ing powder. It is NOW that the great strength and purity of the ROYAL stand out as a friend in need i to those who desire to practise Econ- ' omy in the Kitchen. Each spoonful does its per- i feet work. Its increasing sale bears witness that it is a necessity to the prudent it goes further. N. B. Grocers say that every dollar in- f vested in Royal Baking Powder is worth a dollar the world over, that it does not consume their capital in dead stock, because it is the great favorite, and sells through all times and seasons. 5 Ji i ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. sday's Daily. ren degreos abovo zero this Hetherington left for tho -day. notice of propert 3 to rout in me. mining men came in last m Colorado. ;G. W. Vickers came in from last evening. sr Bradford's son returned to le yesterday from a visit to ?go. tv rate crocs iut? euect to- to L...

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 March 1894

- m - - - - . . . . .Jjjgm 1 F.--. OBtt YIS1TOK8. They Take a Trip to the Summit, and llold a'lleceptlon In Torn. General Manager Vaughn, of the Prescott & Phenix road, sent out a special train this morning to the Iron Springs summit, to which was attached the special car containing the distinguished visitors, moutiou of whom was made yesterday. Tlfe train left at 9 a. ni. aud returning arrived a little before noon. Major Vaughn, ex-Governor Mur phv, Dr. G. W. Vickors R. C. Wood ruff and F. A. Healy accompanied the party. During the afternoon their car has been open to visitors and many of our citizens have availed themselves of the opportunity of shaking hands with them and ex pressing the welcome to our moun tain town that is felt by all. Among the callers was a large delegation of veterans, members of the Grand Army Post, who paid their special respects to Mr. Lincoln, as ex-secretary of war and as the son of the great chief executive of the nation during the war of the re be...

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 March 1894

RIZONA JOURNA ..T -rr-vr-v-T M" l I AKIZON A MINKli. KktnlilUlif d J arch U, 1804. VOL. XXXI NO 1 AKIZOXAJOUKXAL, KsUbll.hed 1874. '( PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21 1894 PRICE, TEN CENTS WEEKLY L-MINER. IK ARIZONA JOLTRNAL-JHSER POWER PRINTING HOUSR lteArIon Joiirnkl-Hltirr is pablUhcd tery lUr the jw eirpt SantUy. Ita Arion Weekly Jounml-Mlimr Is -n jIihW ewry WodfiefiUy, t Pneott. the soanty Bt of Yavapai county. j c. MAISTIX. Klllor and Proprietor. TEUM& Jaily, per yoar, InadT&no' f 18 00 Daily, ver month ........ 1 00 Dxily, dellTered by carrier to city sub-orib- era, per -week 2( Weekly, per year. 00 tYoekly, six months 2 hi VStwkJy, three months 1 Single copy 18 tir Adrertudag Rates mado known oh jppUc" tit n tn this office or at the following asvncnea: l'ahaer Key. Tribune BiiiUtiiu;. Kw York. Palmer Hey. San Fraocucxv. L. P. iiaher. Merchant' ExclianKe, Fran- Where the paper ' kpt on file. .NOTICK TO SUBSCUIUKKS. THE JOURNAL MINER has made nrranjrp inente to ...

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. — 21 March 1894

.v J. C MAKTIX. K.Utor hii.I l'rop'r. AVnkNTBBAY March 21,189-1 . BlUTOKIAI. NOTES. Billy Edwards, tho pugilist, is doad. Boss Crokor has purchased a horso ranch in Texas. Typhoid fevor is opidomic iu Buffalo, Now York. Boss McKano threatens to squeal and toll on his pals. A man has to show up $50 now before ho is allowed to laud at Hawaii. Judge Williams- conlimutiou was to have been considered by tho Seuato yostorday. The Brazilian war is about over. Piexoto wants a chance at the rebels' heads, though. A Washington telegram says that moro thau 200 pateuts on various inventions expired March 13. Two men wore recently sentenced in Los Auirelos to a voar each in tho : penitentiary for chicken stealing, Los Angeles authorities are puz zled over the problem of taking care of the umemployed of that city. Tho charge of embezzlement against S. M. Polsom of tho Albu querque uatioual bank has been dis- Dr. Douglas, of Harvard, is wel pleased with tho Arizoua atmos phere for taking observati...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 21 March 1894

fHtghestof all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOUIfELY PURE J J i t f 1 ) m jdxesdat's Daily. )pera house. )pora house to-night. B. Langley of Kirklaud valley in town. H. Simpson camo in to-day m Phenix. an of a Lover at the opra 130 to-night. j A. Tritle, Jr., is laid up to-day th rheumatism. foseph Mayer came in to-day from : Big Hug nome. t. E. Morrison returned to-dav his visit to Phemx. ,ieut. Lovoridge, of Whipple, is ried sick in tho east. "T-. Tl 1 ft 4 - 3V. 'Jr. r. .oovaru amvou ou 10- f's stage from the south. H. Constable, a well known i jht of the grip, is in town. jtsy Baker will be at the opera ise to-night. Go and see hor. tailed mooting of tho Masonic to-night for work in the first pid progress is being mado in work of enlarging the Corner store. d. .aiuivenon auu bride wore laded last night by the Prescott baud. long tho articles to bo disposed It the Catholic Fair is a fine : horse. es H. Mills aud wife havo sold in block 22, Prescot...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 21 March 1894

Prom the Huok ofGrtivo. And after a sprtca of tiuio it came to puss Unit whon tho shopherds took of the firstliugs of tho flock and sheared thorn, aud wont up to the oity to oxchango thoir floocos for pittoes of silver, tho wise men of the oity said uuto them : Not this season, some other sea sou. Yoa, Grover is great. Ho is all wool and a yard wide, but the slump in wool is several oubits widor. Aud the shepherds marveled ex ceedingly, aud some of them, yoa, oveu they whieh had harkoned uuto tho voice of Grover, smoto their broosts aud wont up aud down with beut Loads crying to ouo auothor, "Behold, if thou wilt kick mo I will do so evou unto thee." Aud wheu the diggors of tho tho earth went up with thoir silver and lead aud precious stones aud said uuto the money chaugors, "Give us food that wo may eat, aud clothing that wo may dress up," tho money-changers laughed littlo, cold, hard laughs, and sang songs of groat sacrilege, sayiug, "Grovor, Grover, four moro years of Grover; we ...

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. — 28 March 1894

EKLT 7 JOURNAL-MINE ' -...rvT XT-. rt ARIZONA MIXKK. Kstabltuhed Marolt 0. 1804,1 )L.XXaJ WO 3 jAKlZONAJOUKXAL, KutablLhtxl 1874, PKESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, HARCH 28 1894 PRICE, TEN CENTS "R T Z 0 .Ni .A. WE At ZONA JO WINAL-MliXEK VOWEK PKIXTIMi HOUSE. ArTxoua Joiirin.l-Mltier i publilud r day in th jwr eicHt bnmuy. J V i V.. r..i-iil.IIttr la iW TrT Wedaewday, at Prwcott, the Ariculn jvj . .. . . ty Mat OI iavajai county. C. aiAKTKf, Ktlllor ana iropncior. TK11X1S: , per yoar, inadrauw ? 00 , per moaui .. , dellrerwl by carrier to city mbsonb- ,P0: r woes . r; eklr. per year... W :::::::::::::: ekly, six month... rnnr .,........... u Ulrw mom. i ATun YLiie mado known on applic to thla office or at th fpllpvria awiaiiw: liner A Key. Tribnno ltailding. New lorV. Knher, Merohaat'a Exohamre, t rau- ticro the paper fPt on file. OTH'KTO Sl'llSOKinKltS. 'HE JOUKXAti M1NKH has ni.vlj arr&njr- priCOS nvneo, payinei. tu iw uiau m wt Louis G!be- Democrat ?4 50 i Francisco i au Francis...

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 March 1894

ARIZONA JOHR2JAL-M1NKR .t. C MAKTIN. Killtor Hiul l'rop'r. Vknbsay,. ..March 29, 1S94 The railroad war is said to havo andud. Louis Kossuth the Hungarian patriot is dead. Gonoral Fryo, loader of tho indus trial army, is in jl at El Paso. Tho President has signified his intention to veto tho Blaud bill. Nen Mexico is still greatly ex cited over hor now miniug district, Coohiti. A lino of railway fifty-six milos in longth has just been abandoned in Kansas. Eastern money men oppose tho Blaud bill, and want the President to voto it. The supreme court of Illinois ha decided against Proudograst, and it now looks as if ho would.haug. Governor "Wail is reported to bo makiug pieparations to defy the law and the courts, provided tho decisiou of tho latter is against him. The old man will fool around until he gets into serious trouble. Dynamite is quicker and more effective than an injunction in court, at least the Lincoln Park Commis sioners found iT so in regard to io Drexel pier, which they...

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 March 1894

. irrWrfinffiiHtf' -j-n iiiini i iiiin i Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Baking Powder ABSOUSIfECr PURE rEDXESD.VY's DilLT. Last night was pretty cold for tho itter part of March. E. A. Dowd, of Ash Fork, has tied his stock brand for record. Clav Moador has boon appoiuted leput recorder of Maricopn county. T?omflinhnr Hormsdorf daw It gecurs next Monday at Goldwator (Bros. Professor James Douglass, of the Jointnereiai Mining Company, is in nvu. Go up to Goldwater's on Monday nd get a Hormsdorf souvenir for iothing. Col. and Mrs. DoRnssoy left Whip- ;e this afteruoou lor ban l? rauoisco id Oakland. Jack Wallace, who was shot by Joustable Miller, is ablo to bo irouud ai?ain. A. Falco returned last ovoniug trom his visit to California, accom panied bv his wife. The Epworlh League will give a cial this evening at tne rosi- leuce of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Martin. Heurv Wharton, son of Dr. Whar- )n, of Phonix, died at the residence his parents Sitnrday, aged 31 j...

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 March 1894

t si 4fc Out shin Katlrflad New. PassHMr Agent Thompson, of a dispatch from GeW Ageut T. H. Goodman of Uio Southern Pacific, stating that the Southern Pacific wants to restore nta and propose to hdrnw thc; oiroular boycotting the Santa to on b.s via Los AngeUvs and San Dion). It was suggested that rates SwSowd on March 31 and remain Si Mar 15, pending a permanent tUemt ofe troubles & con ffroiice bota Proa.dent omliart and President Huntington. Mr. Thompson wired to. Chicago head quarter for instruction up to Soon to-day had received no roplr, ?upposedlv because President Rein hart wasout of the city and there was delay in communicating with "a San Diego dispatch says that a man intimate with the Yandejbilts, and an official in the U agner Palace Car Company, stated there that Wagner cars were to take the place of Pullmans on the Santa h e. 1 his was taken to mean that the ander biits had secured a large interest in the Santa Fo, and this conclusion, tho dispatch says, was virtu...

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. — 4 April 1894

; rremiwiTTn rTTis TTirrmrrHirTr -1 1 nni iTmmimr miiflr-i rmi i iwi ibiih iii iwi i nw n i i iin m sin -a iEKLY JOURNAL-MINE YOL.XXXI-NO 3 tfUESS A MlXKlt. KotnhlUned March. 0 18114.1 .IJUIIIAl.. Established 187 4. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1804 PRICE, TEN CENTS W L JL J re, safe Ms? 7: STfr KM hi 1. Wait tact Basts un i$ J lit! Kafcls to 15. CstmfctsU cit t tktj of l&vifei is ter. Defil So. 2215. District Ces.,i3 strict, a nib , lerntarjtfl aasend-i mancd Hii 'ndfcud i avap&i. a 1 rrsxriT thei am tins Coarti coaatf, teday oil in f f 'htCfS bnl if n the distjieW ?re personal i u0Uied uutifl rtT the coscpos Deputy. iXnevtorJ ire . "Notice, -orr5, mftti e euvr. a i ITS"1-" S3K 4t a kt, ., ttr- H .lis. 51 for pallid " tut 11 tti- 1 T. " . 7s4f! -.v--v ARIZONA .TOHiKA L-3L1NEU POWEH PKlXTINli HOUSK. TArTiou .lourBHl-Mlmr 1 raUMtMl rlln WwKly ,IurHn!-Mlnor l -u JlWkt ewry VvlWw. t I'm. Minty wot tf Vawpai Hti. J. C. MAHTIN. Htlltnr mu l'roiirlrtor. TKKM& IHilr. ...

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. — 4 April 1894

,-UZONA JOURNAL-MINER J. O. MAKTIN. Editor and Vrop'r. EDXBSDAT, Aprils, 1894 KlUTOUIAX. XOTK3. The oast has been experiencing nother big storm during the past hree days. The government could be of great enefit to this country by disposing jf the Verde military reservation. The industrial array will inflict auother crop of Generals and Colo nels on the community if it does nothing else. Senators and congressmen are commencing to favor an increased appropriation for the survey of public lauds. The republican who puts up a nickel with the expectation of car rying Alabama is, in sporting par lauce, a ''sucker." Congressman Brecfcenrfdge's plea, that he was led astray by Miss Pol "l&cdB&y possibly be true, but it certainly isn't plausible. The woman who deserves the sympathy of all, in connection with the Breckenridge-Pollard scandal, is the preseut 3Irs Breckenridge. At last the trimming of Senator Brice on the silver and tariff ques tion is accounted for; he has up a r preside...

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. — 4 April 1894

"7 -gfef 1 1 , t n iiiMWiyi iw Mil pi ii li ill I iM i ll llil Hi MHmi II III I I 1 I lllMHMl mm llllW . -"5." . . . - it- se ia es cesM 13 i 5 !rs, 4 and1 I Wire kM4 ' " r-- , " '" . r ' 1J " 11 ; ' i i .I. ., . , . , n-fwi i ir. .... .. .. .., . 11 .... , - . ; Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOlUirELY PURE "Wednesday's Dailt. T. R. Darnell arrived to-day from the Hillside inmo. D. E. Keating has gone out to the Storm Cloud mines. Tho board of supervisors will meet next Monday. Tho Proscott Choral Society dis banded last evening. James M. Dodson's condition was greatly improved to-day. There will be a masquerado ball at hippie this evening. Among the inmates of tho county jail now are two women. Prof. Callos' dancing school was well atteudeU last oveuing. Rufus Kinsman, of the Verde val ley, was a caller at this office to-day. Tho weather to-da has boeu sug gestive of straw hats arid summer suits. Robert De Large, tho well known and pop...

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. — 4 April 1894

-V Volntera nil fctlquatte. rr (?rtiK the now president of 1 k:ura Collego, has suggested rath t r a navel feature in college hfe a Asteuiatic study of manners. A presentattvo committee oi ail tne liege classes has been formed, vied the Council of Etiquette. ho aita is by studying tno best honties to become well versed on .1 disputed points. So provincial .jde of maimers will do, but the standard must be the customs of iltured circles all over the world. The followiug is a resume of the . ssav ou manners in puouc piaces, presented through the council of e tiquette byoneoi us members, as -.oticea m a previous issue ui xua Vorld: In any public place there should Ibe a marked quietness of dress, speech and manner, with no loud laughter or offensive behavior. Whispering, staring or poiutmg ::ou!d be avoided, and personal remarks should never bo indulged it, Upon entering or leaviug a car, 13 silent oow or low voicea saiuia t. u is all that is necessary. Calling it a person s uame on the...

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. — 11 April 1894

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. tt . VVT XT-v cAUIZOXA MINER. Established .At-arch, 0 18G44 )L.A.XXI NO 3 aUIZONA JOURNAL, Etalll.lied 187 4. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1894 PRICE, TEN CENTS ft1 kit tt. 1 mia aiaEai; tO (OCX proraia and fa i jit of i ndi UieDiia btan Urudjr ffe Kn3 torlfki rsad is i, tie sal MTtSsat ifeet A IIZONA JOUKNAL-JONER A A DQQQ VOWER PRINTING HOUSE. VV" VV' 1 WWW, Vrliin Jounu.l-ur is iublUhed LruSSV Wikfy Journal-Miner I. Jil ererr Wednesday, at ln?cott, the tr scat of Yavapai county. ... U C. MAKTISi Keillor anu rrujinciur. TEKMS: iter year, in advance f 10 00 PROPRIETOR OF TEC HI CORNER 100 DRUG STORE! Iy, ier moniu -. ly, deiiTered by carrier to cjty enoscrib- , Ir wwk dr. Dor year.. fck'y. six month :iy, inree moauu iflecoDy ?" Advertising Kates made known on apilica to UU8 omca or ai uio iouukibs &KvaciB: , now lone. 3 4 00 2 50 1 10 DEALER iner Alley, Tnbnne JJaildinn h.ior A Itov. San tranctso. l1 Fisher, Mercliant's Kxrli&me, Iie...

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. — 11 April 1894

- 5-: r-Afcjf- stvlc The auth all c cod stau cult I T OSSS Stic not Wc il be "Big Four" J" lai ff-a-rtV. r sh a 9 o 9 ' a ' I t Wm He q ! ARIZONA JOimNAL-MINER C. MAKTIN. Kdltur and Vrop'r. Land grants havo gouo up tho pout iu southern Arizona. Phenix has quit booming her cli mate. It's getting war-r-m down there There is no danger of tho salva tlonarmyiu Prescott going on a very loiitf inarch. Arizona is falling from grace as a fighter. Not a soul has vohmtered for the ludurtrial army. General Miles passed ovor the A. & P. a few days ago. Wonder why he didn't take a jaunt down to Whip ple? Tom Fitch has incorporated the mining company m Phenix. "What's in a name," with Fitch! Anything to be in fashion. A California woman has named her baby girl Madeline Pollard. Holy Moses! Ex-U. S. Marshal Bob Paul was nominated at a meeting of "the city council of Tucson for chief of police and knocked, out. Western governors seem to be going wrong on every turn, except possibly Arizona's exe...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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