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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 16 May 1894

J A Ml JTV I PUSY ITEMS FROM OUIl OWX TOWN AXISimROUNDLT. COUNTRY. WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, ISM. Five room house to rent. Eu- aireof D. F. -Uitcnen. ln.nMfnr Pnttou is builcliutr a WUllMVK" w isidence on upper Moutezuuia reel for W. i. nan. t Walter Stoenbrook is under arrest, L a ,rth frrand larceuv. in the lled stealing of an animal from , jj jones. Iwiiir fWlr. a well known Now Lrinn pulomr. has arrived in this ftv aud took charge of the Johnson WS9 Kiicnea iu-uaj. fphjsicians report that there is &ry little sickness in tnis commun kr t nrAnL There is uo con- gious disease whatever. A novel and rather rans sight was Etnessed on tno streets jesterdaj ernoon, nemg a largo pacs iraiu, . led with lumber, for the Jersey iif mine. fohn Parr, an old resident of this :tion, and a Mexican war veteran, Tuesday afternoon, Alav S, of rMI TT 11 " -"- leumonia, in tinier alley. Jle buried this afternoon. Deceased is 70 years old. ?hroe men are reported to havo- sn robbed at the Union saloon Bt ni...

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 May 1894

W. 1 ;5ie' t "J " "J or onw. now, ticed t a. placo the coi K,i iioiei ration o He at U ;-ss, the F zerac. . voment will be all twtw of thi severa have a h The hotel ifortabl unci Ho I be us 1 entra in dinia nts bej isazera ieieuth ie enu porti ldi ing uffhou mater trance n lory ot J fatsey tei rday NYhx, tld ha If he I 1 lv is i inj ly wit rs ajjt Sulp 1 a ou 1 :i wa a i and of ter, ; bis he the id ha I all tl Ii for . .n't k C one R ill pers ?r be ter h rule rt an it to the rc d fo iasio alii ke Ipatu r se :ugh ?r in hep IlllUD !db di ild hes, ;etc lablc kep trod Ian cor im c roc hrti th Itea fer foo C I ids kett Liu Ur.t )iui "a roi 3S auj 10 11 s, I r, in. ar ii - ( I n It b 3 U ir t mi NEWS 1TKMS TAKEN FK05I 0U1 AKIKOXA EXCHANGES. Dr. Helm's $500-St. Bernard dog was roeoutly poisoned iu Phouix. The Methodists have just comj ploted a new church at jlesa city. Herbert Goodman has been olected chief of the PhenisT fire do partmeut. Patrick Shamloy, a veteran of the civil war died- ...

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 May 1894

ZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. V ll YYYT Nil i J'VKItioA Ml.NKit, I.Ktabl Whud Maivli, 0 180l!l .'U.-V.V-tVX iU O J AHlZONAJOUUXAL, KatnhlUhetl IH7 4. f PRESCOTT, AELZONA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1894 PRICE, TEN" GENTS A. fx I TELEGRAPHIC NEWS WHAT IS GOING OX EVERYWHERE OF GENKRAL4XTEREST TO THE PEOPLE. By Associated Press to Ilia JoousaiMiskk. UIO Itl.AZK. Boston the Scene of Tremjiulou Con. Alteration. Boston, May 16. A fire iu tho League base ball park to-day spread to neighboring buildings. "Fifteeu acres were burned and a total of 137 buildings wentup.,Tweuty-throo hundred people are homeless. The luildings were mostly small. CORRUPTION. Kven V. H. Senators are After All. Only Human AYashington, aiay lo, it is re ported that thousands of dollars have been offered five democratic Senators to defeat tho t&riif bill in ihu Senate. That body has. ordered an immediate investigation. The announcement has causod iu tense and bitter feeling, aud is the talk of mo capuoi. LKN UAH K1S. Tbe F...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 23 May 1894

AJU'ZONA JOURNAL-MINER .1. C. MAUTX. Kdltor and V rop'r. WEDNESDAY May 23, 1894 Portions of Kentucky had a three inch snow fall last Sunday. Mrs. Henry Ward Beecher is said to be in straitened circnmstances. Congressman Bland, of Missouri has announced himself as a presi dential candidate. Edmund H. Yates, editor of the London World, died last Saturday night. Galluo New Mexico is excited over the discovery of petroleum near there. The gold shipments from New York yesterday, amounted to $2, 500,000. Gorman's and Carlisle's Presiden tial chances went down under the weight of the sugar piled on them With Mrs. Lease and Jerry Simp son both sick it is not surprising that the Coxey army fizzled. Certain democratic Senators be lieve all protection unconstitutional, except that extended to trusts. The Knights of Labor have dis covered how disagreeable it is to have a Sovereign who lacks judg ment. Cleveland, Gresham and Carlisle have gone fishing on a revenue cut ter. They are likewise ou d...

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. — 23 May 1894

J AMI JTVI vrwsv ITEMS FROM OUR OWN TOWN AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY. Wednevlay's Dally. May Tho Harqua Hala recently de clared a dividend of 6$ cents per share. D. W. Brooks has disposed of the steam laundry, and it is now run by Ballinger and Pace. Do not forcret tho picuio to Dickson's next Saturday. Train leaves promptly at 30 o'clock. Tho plans for the now Burke kitchen have been drawn up, and parties wishing to inspect the same are invited to call at the h tel. The lot of the average Prescott fireman is a hard one on his clothes, but a snap for the pockets of most insurance companies that are operat ing n this country. Albert Wood, of Virginia City, J. B. Stevens of San Francisco, James Y yle of London, and J no Whittow oi Big Bug, have their names on the Wmsor register to-day. Rev. Chase will preach next Sun day on the commandmeut "Thou shalt not bear false witness."' This will probably take in that class commonly referred to as "liars," Mr. Courier man. Loader Wilbanks. of the P...

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. — 23 May 1894

OUR OWN TERRITORY ! NEWS ITEMS TAKEN FROM OUR ARIZONA EXCHANGES. The wedding as reported in the . Republican, of Miss Maggie Mc Donald and S. C. Sorenson at Lehi was celebrated on a largo scale. Brigbam Young, Jr., officiated and there were about one hundred ana fifty people present. The marriage is considered an event to be remem bered by the Mormon people of this section. An ediryiug incident occured at the Arcade saloon last night. An equestrian rode along the side walk with a woman astride behind him. They halted at the saloon for re freshments. A couple of female frequenters of the place came out, mounted the horse and paraded the streets, singing topical songs and otherwise destroying any lingering traces of ennui in that vicinity. Republican. The Territorial Normal schoo board met yesterday and examined the plans submitted for the new normal schojl building. Those prepared by Architect Fred Heinlen were adopted and approved. The board will hold another meeting to morrow after...

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 May 1894

V WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER i xtat VYYT Mn O SAKlfcOXA MINKK. KtablUha March, 0 1H04.) VUJj.-iVVl HU J J.VUIZONA JOlTKJIAt,, Ktahllliel 187 . PKESCOTT, AKIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, ISM PRICE, TEN CENTS ARIZONA THE HASSiYAMPA Some EeraarkaUe Gold Being Worked There. General Activity Prevails A Brief Resume of the Doings in This Pioneer District The Hassayainpa Miniug District is one of the oldest in tho territory. In exteut it is one of tho largest mining districts in Arizona. Siuco tho very earliest settlemout of this sectiou, placor miners have been at work washing the gold from tho gravel along the stream from which the district receives its name Al though tneso have boon worked for thirty years, pay dirt is still found on tho'bed rock along tho creok aud its tributaries, aud dozens of men are still engaged in Washing tho gold from it, and make good urges at it. In later years, quartz miniug has been engaged in, with varying suc cess, in the district, aud like all mining sectious, it ha...

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. — 30 May 1894

1 r- ! 111 1 as - - uwnv miTRKA 1.-MTN"RR soeUona havo gone wild with oxoil &Rt0iNA .IQHluN AL.-ALLi Bh. ovor Qro Uwt, n thQ djstrict named, Is rated as second class, to tU ai.VUTiy. Krflltor HHtl I'rp'r. WwNTtSDAY.. ...May 80, ISM MKUOKIAI. HAY. To-morrow, being Memorial Day, and as it will bo obsorrod as a gen eral holiday, no paper will bo issued from this oQIeo. Lot all turn out. and assist tho noble baud oi veter ans in colobratiug tho occasion in a patriotic and leoomiug manner, and in perpetuating tho momory of tho brave horoos who stood by the Hag of our country in its hours of peril, but who now sloop tho sloop that knows no waking until tho resurrection morn. Russia has 350,000 paupers, but it hasu't got a democratic administra tion and Congress to add to tho mimbor. Up to date Mr. Cleveland has neglected to oudorso the presi dential boom of 'silvor dollar' Blaud. Senator Hill, having, through his ' man j? lower, voioou ail tuo Dills passed by tho New York legislature ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 30 May 1894

':' " - ' it .f."V "J.5- ',.. -t i -r J J. THE CITYAND COUNTY! Kewsy Items From Our Own Toisn and Surrounding Country. Wednesday' ally, lr tS: Go to tlie picnic next Saturday. Prof. Califs' dancing school will close next wee?. Road Sam. Hill's new wiml mill advertisement in tbis issue. Vork was commenced yosterday on the grade of the Jerome railway. The JoobVal-Misbr editor wont out to Hassayampa district to day. Ira Moore has started a general merchandise store at the Rod Buck mine. The Hook & Ladder Company lias received new unicornis for its members. Sheriff kowry has gone to the Verde valley on a sotui-aunual round up of jurors. Alex. Harris has filed his stock biand Cot record. His range is in Kirklaod and Peoples valleys. It is stated that all the fire com panies, except the Hook & Ladder, refuse to participate iu Memorial Day exercises. &.A. Stoney, of Jerome, was in town to-day purchasing lumlxr for a new building which he proposes to erect at tins above place. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 30 May 1894

TUK NEW HOTEL. HUUKE. It AVI 11 be a Handsome Structure and an Ktllllce That AVill Improve the City's Appearance. Ono stride in the improvement of Prescott's appearance from a busi uoss standpoint seems to bo followed closoly on the heols of another. New and costly homes are being erected everywhere in the town, old houses are being remodeled and fixed up for the better, while addi tions to commercial and othor bus iness strnetures are being talked of in such an earnest manner as to bring out many admirable expres sions for the thriftiuess of our peo ple and the progressive section wo are centered in. Singling out one instance along the line of many changes of an im portant nature in the architectural appearance of our city, the now Hotel Burke that is to' be, stands out pre-eminently as a symbol of the times and which casts aside the old for the new. It likewise reflects on Messrs. Burke & Hickoy credit ably for the energy they display as public spirited men and business pusher...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 6 June 1894

. . v VST?; ...... "-'sSrlSfci 4 ( WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER TTl "I "Y"Y"Y"T MO Q J AltlZONA MINKU, Kt.tahlls.ied March, U 18U, V U-Li.-A.VA I 1U y JA1U.CONA JOIJHXAI,, Kstahllslied 187 4. f PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1894 PRICE, TEN CENTS A. I Z 0 A 9 A.RIZ0.NA JOLmNAL-MINEK POWER PRINTING HOUSE. The Arlsona Journal-Miner la published Tie Arizona Weekly .Tournal-Mlner la .u'ilUhed ensrr W'edneeday,. at Preecott, the ?orv dav in the Tear ex cent annilar. jdtmty saat of lavapal county. I. C. MARTIN, Kdltor anil Proprietor. TEUM8: Ht. ter Tear, in ad ranee $10 00 .Uil r. Ir month 1 00 iilv. dell re red by earner to city atwenb- r. ter week 25 Aeekly, pr yr... 00 Weekly. six months.... 2 50 iVeekly, three months 1 25 Pintle copy 10 rAdrertUing Rates made known on appUca lioti to Wis om or i uia i .mowing BRonctea: Palmer A Key, Tribune Building. Now York, I'&Ithm- .t lie. Ban i rancisen. Ik P. Fisher, Merchant' Exchange, Fran Where the paper Dt on file. "nOTICK TO SUItSCUIUKU...

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 June 1894

v. .jr,--4r ' oawt age V3 fS: MUZOtfAJOnRNAL-MNER C .UAKTIX. Kdltur anil l'rop'r. AVibkvsdat June 6, 1S91 . Au insurance company iu Phila delphia refuses to insure the lives of football players. ' . Albuquerque, like Proscott, will have no Fourth of July celebration, . but will go to Las Vegas. San Diego is working to get a . steamship line established between ... that place and Yladivostock, Russia. Elocutionists can teach a man I to talk properly, but he must teach himself to think properly or he will not do it. The board of health of Orango, New Jersey, has just issued an edict . -against kissing, either in public or private. When a man wishes to bribe a mombor of a legislative body, ho does not approach those he considers iueorruptible,-does he? The May iloods should bo a warn ing to the democrats to prepare for tho political flood that will overtake them next November. Snow fell at Lexington, Ky., re cently, but it did not cool the campaign that is being conducted against Breck...

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. — 6 June 1894

THE CITY AND nnro vuun 1 l Kewsy Items From Our Own Touro and Surrounding Country. TUarsJay's laT, Mny 31 t: Uniform rank, K. of P., meets to night. Another shipment of cattle will be made from Del Rio to-morrow. The live merchant, who takes an interest in the town, always adver tises. Cook & Lee, the Prescott jewel ers, have a now advertisement in this issue. Stuffed Mangoes, something delicate and dainty, attho fiashfora Burmister Company's. Heavy rains aro reported during the past few days in several of the valleys around Prescott. The board of supervisors meet to morrow to open bids for the erec tion of the county hospital. Ettie DeWitt and Walter Smith were the recipients of Prof. Calles' medal at the soiree on Tuesda night. Ed. Austiu yesterday received the papers for the new postoffice to be established at Austiu, in the Santa Maria country. The special school tax becomes delinquent to-day. Collector C. P. Hicks reports the tax comiug in lively to-day. The Prescott band e...

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. — 6 June 1894

n.y I. ' 5 j ? t s DISTRICT COURT CALENDAR OF ftie Pourth Judicial "Dlatriot. Yavapai County, Arizona, Juno Teim, 1894. Hon, Jxo. J. DREW J, Hawkins, Jnlgs. Herndon, Clerk. Ax- U. S. Criminal. No. 294. U. 8. vs. Henry Huning. "tt S Ait'y for plfl. Baldwin & Johu Eton for dolt; eetforJuno4. No. 290. U S vs Henry Huning. U S Att'y for plff, Baldwin & John ston for dof t ; set for Juno 4. No. 281. U S vs Henry Huning. TJ S Att'y for plaintiff, Baldwin & Johnston for deft ; Bot f.r Juno 4. No 24S. U S vs F E Nolsnn. U S Att'y for plff, R E Morrison for deft ; . set for June 4. No 252. U S vs Geo. W. Sessions. U S Att'y for plff, Herndon Sc Norria for deft ; set for J une 4. No. 253. U S va Thoa Shepp. U S Att'y for plff, Horndon & Norria for deft ; sot for June 4. U. S. Civil. No 4S. U S vs Franoisco Garcia et . al. US Att'y for plff, Baldwin & John . eton for deft; set for J uno 4, No 52. R P Fox ot al vs J Guthrie Savage; answer; WLVan Horn for '. plffa; J F Wilson...

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. — 13 June 1894

5f5-..-, '::. . sV-t'P - ! ;'- ,1 JOURNAL " TTAT VVYT TSlfl O jAHIZOXA JnXEU, Mtnl.lll.M .Mnreh. PRESCOTT, ABIZONA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 1394 PRICE, TEN-GENTS 1 Ml JEISJ t K k. 'Gil 3 t 9 I i1 V RlZOiNA JOPRNAL-MINEK VOWER PRINTING HOUSE. Th Arlsona Joarnwl-Mlner is publlsUevI t";,i,T in the jww except Sunday. ArUonVwcnWy Journal-Miner le -a-Siisi every Yodnetlay, at Piwcott, tfee nty eeat of Yavapai connty. C MAKTIN, Editor ami Proprietor. ' TEKM& Daily, asuTerru w w er.,Pr Vtllwii Vir month 2 5t- ffeeSK three months 1 jjujJecopy 11 tyAdrertisini? Bates made known on aptdiea tinnto thi office or at the following atwnoie: Palmer A Ber, Tribune Haildins, Now lurk. L. P. Fisher, Merchant's Exchange. ., 1. 1, . si. Fran- ffbere me papery NOTICE TO SUUSCnillKKS. THE JOURNAL MINER has mado arrange ments to dab with the following papers at A Drices sained, payment to ho made in ail naee. The Whcklt JoOBSAir-Misnt and Bt Loaii Globe-Democrat ft SO Ito Fracieo Call K 8ia Francisco Chroni...

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. — 13 June 1894

.iiiitnrriMrmi-iTr . t i.s Jii -hv v matl 1- r ot ; ou lvratl 10 r d siffi arou. ites a5T?? trout ayh it t!i rhoi 3 rat! iehe the irusS jrat Uio treadf sckQi cott ridal 5 tbei vn H: Hi MM W 1 ort& PaSsUi,. ARIZONA JOTTRNAL-AUNER 4. AtAKTlN. Ktlltor unit lrop'r. Wednesday June 13, 1891 Cripplo Creek is crippling Colo rado very seriously. There is just a little speck iu tho political horizon in this section. Poor populism. How the elements are knocking it wherever it "fuses." Tho Cripplo Creek trouble has ruined mining stock speculation iu Colorado. Bull Hill threatens to become as famous now as Bull run did during the civil war. On the completion of tho new Catholic church Prescott will have tho highest building in Arizona. The avorage Arizonan nowadays only uttors an oath as ho reads of tho big water news up in Oregon. Southern Arizonans are still keep ing up their lick in agitating state hood. Some people never get tired. If there are any weather prophets iu this section, 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. — 13 June 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Roy&i ABSOLUTELY Baking Powder PURE THE CITY AND COUNTY ! leisy Items From Oar Own Town and Surrounding Country. Wednesday' Dally, Juno G: Com in tho Agua Fria valley is reported to bo looking well. Jrs. E. Cohn, of Ash Fork, sha fildd her stock braud for record. A cold wave set in hero yesterday afternoon and fires wore found quite comfortable last evouiug and this morning. Mrs. N. A. Boggs has had her name changed by tho district, court to Mrs. N. A. Holmes, her first hus band being named Holmes. The grand jury is deligently con sidering many criminal cases and it is said that a big batch of indict ments is being hatched iu tho legal incubator. Onlj two bids wore presonted for (he construction of the addition to Hotel Burke last ovenmr. S. E. Patton's bid was for S3.43S aud F. G. Parker's for 5,760. Phil Askins, who killed Charley Boquet, pUart guilty to man slaughter at Globe last week, and was sentenced to ton year...

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. — 13 June 1894

4 1 r , ! it v. ., VJ ... .. . . . 1 . ... 1 ' IMNHINMMNNNMMINII8 J1IL Bllll mi lili II! 3 m 5?S ir m fflL lili an ; If lili Foremost Baking- Powder in all the JWorW -- JR.- t '"in 1 f . " -i . . .-' . ' -.f ? The World's Tribute to ffl Dr Price's Cream Baking Powder Highest Award; both Medal and Diploma. V '3 4 1 -"jf 3 V i 1893 World's .; " J. : 'y2l"-'V- Fair Medal and Diploma AWARDED TO . 1 ' 149 . Price's Cream Baking Powder The highest award was given on every claim, comprising superiority in leavening power, keeping properties, purity and excellence. The verdict has been given by the best jury ever assembled for such a purpose, backed by the recommendation of the Ch el Chemist of therj United States Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C, who made an elaborate examination and test of ail the baking powder. This is pre-eminently the highest authority on such matters in America: ! This verdict conclusively settles the question and proves that Dr. Trice's Gream Baking Powde...

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. — 20 June 1894

JOURNAL-MINER rrJ TXYT N Q lAHIZONA MINKH, K-.tHl.tWlu.tl Mnreh. a 1804.) 1 J AKIZOXA JOUKXAL. RatflblMiod 187 4. 'f PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1894 PRICE, TEN CENTS WEEKLY ARIZONA JO URN AL-AI INEK POWER PRINT1VU HOUSE. Arizona .lournul-Mlnor is piibHt&ed tirrr i7 in Ue year except SmikUjt. Tli Arizona Weekly Journal-Minor ( -o.Koed every Wednesday, t Prescott, the toantr seat of Yavapai count?. I. C MAHTIX, Editor and Proprietor. TEUMS: iHily. Jf inadvaaee (It) tt) DUr. per month IN Daily, delivered by earner to oity subscrib er, per wk a akty.JT year.. 4 M iVreklr, six month 2 SO Weekly, throe moaUt l 35 jiBKloeopr 10 Sr-AdrertislBK lUtes mvle knotra on applies tiuu to this office or at the following awBcie: Palmer & Key, Tribune Uniklin:, Sew York Mnff A; Hey. San Franeloco. L. T. Kisher. Merchant's Kxohane, Fran- Where the paper "ot on file. " XOTICK TO SVItSCKIUKUH. TTTE JOUKNAL MINKll has maile ariange nenta to elnb with the following paper at the juices n...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 20 June 1894

.fRflSONA JOffRNALsaim ER- -. MARTIN. K.lltor atut Urop'r. Tdesdfiy Juue 20, 1891 Pan oyer had sonso enough not io try to explain tho result in Oregon. Tli man who boliovos that rout siiould ba abolished nevor malios a desirable teunnt. The receivership and assignee business continue to hold their own as thriving Amoricau industries. ISvory oloction held goes tho same way. Democracy is no longer trav eling on the same road with success. The fool who upsets tho boat has began his summer outings. As usual, death is his side partner. Governor Llowolliug has boon re nominated by acclamation by tho Ivnnsas populists for governor. Judge Thomas of Leavenworth Kausns has sout a lot of Coxoyites to jail for eontompt of court. A. A. Nirkorsou, nophow of Supor intondont Nickorson of the Santa Fd railroad is charged with forgery in Los Angelas. m Thoro is no doubt about the belief of many democratic Senators iu protection for themselves and the sugar trust. When Secretary Carlisle retires to ma...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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