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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 20 June 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report RoYal 1 m Absolutely pure TVednedy' Dally, Juno 13: A. H. Haisley has filed his brand for record. The territorial prison contains 176 convicts. The Bashford-Biirmister Company received a car load of now potatoes yesterday. The territorial grand jury sub mitted its final report this afternoon and was discharged. Work is progressing on the Catho lic church. Brick laj-iug will bo commenced next weok. A trrr?ncA licGUSO Was issued esterday to Albert L. Lee, sou of . H. Lee, and Miss Cora Colquett J. W. Hubbard, of Chaparral, was married last evening at the Williams br He C. J. Chase, to Ah. ioctlra A". Doame. " Senator Tab Vr, who is now at the Vulture mine, will visit Proscott within a few days on his way to California. The advertisement of the Elito Hotel appears in this issue. The house is new in all of its appoint ments and is centrally located. A stay of execution has been granted in the case of Sortillon, in Phenix, who ...

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. — 20 June 1894

1? 4 41 MORI I format f hother OUWJ now. ".oral place e co i hotel at n thot rae. Itnnetit villbe 1 two- -f tin stvera m a h The tor-tab ud flo be us cntra ilinii ;s be' jazera 'lOUtl cut porti Aig .atoi tmce ry ot ho te jrday riiy, 1 hi is rtm as; Suli hI a b on Cdwi a an( of ius h thi id ht allt for ntl Con ls M pen -r In :crl ruh Itiie rt a t to .0 r d f ;d . F all re pat r s r r inu !d lid hes etc iiao ko ret !an ec Ion rc art t ic id it! tit Dtll si tes ro bi. ai les te it y ir Keforin School liecrutts. Prasoott is infostetiwith agaug of ptty lareeuist suonk thieves. The worst feature of it is that they are mostly boys ranging iu ago from ht to fourteen years. They raid oluekou houses and steal their con tents; they raid barns and stablos and steal srunuv saoks, scram, otc. wherever a vacant buildiug is found they force an entrance to it and stonl whatever is in sight Four or five of thorn were arrested recently and fined $10 each for the wholesale theft of gunny sacks, while o...

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. — 27 June 1894

tf. ? . i J nil- MiidMMlMHMMillMilMMfflBMIlBMBBM - WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER VHT, YYYT NH Q J AKIZOXA MINEK, Established March. O 1804.1 ULl.AA-tU iU y AUIZONAJOUUNAl.. Established 187 4, ' PKESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, L894 PRICE, TEN CENTS A.RIZO A A.fOZ0iSA JO LTRNAL-ALINE R POWER PRINTING HOUSE The Arltonk Journfcl-Mlner U published trerr aay in tne rear except ounoay. TYi Arliona Weekly Journal-Miner I published efry Wednesday, t Prescott. the jounty seat ol xavapai county. J, C. MARTIN, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS: Dally, per year, In advance ...... $10 00 Daily, per month J 00 Daily, dellrerod by carrier to city sabscrib- ers. per week 2S Stklir. oor rw 100 Weekly, six months... a SO -Weekly, we moaiM i -jo Single copy 18 l"AdTertllnK Rate mids kno-vrn on applies don to this office or at tho following acfincies: Palmer Jt Key, Tribune Building. Now York Palmer & lley. San Francisco. U. P. FUher. Merchant's Exchange, Fran- 3 Where the paper "Pt on file. NOTICE TO SUtl...

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. — 27 June 1894

A.R.rZONA 3XHIIIN AL-M1N ER .Juuo27,lS94 Tke territorial insano asylum cou iaiM& 112 pntianls. . Yama has had ripe fiirs for about '. Tk wist is axDQrieiiciuir a hot . lim nuiuiivau aj uuiuu ahouoqs a boycott of tho mmih Company, to commence to rrM . ; u:i Tf..: morrow, This isn't a Breokiuridgo yoar, oithot: in "Washington, Arkansas, or Keatiwky. man uamed Littlo tlfiwnivl thft. Arkansas Brockinridtro. X&thUig can ever make a good . . J 1 1 1 1 UlWtJKJH out Ul 111V UU UU- poees to bdlievA that it is a crime to bAiHiarfruti?. thriftv and wrosnorous. u j . - It should be unnecessary to say thiit the man who preaches anarchy and socialism is aiufit to have charge of tho education of your children. Tho old question of tho need of a naw While House at Washington has been rovived. The need of a new president is far more impressing at. t.his ifmn. According: to our information and belief, it will require more than a decision of the state supreme court to elect a democratic legisla...

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. — 27 June 1894

THE CITY AND COUNTY ! Sewsy Items From Our Own Town Surrounding Country. and Wednesday's Uy. 20: The work of buildiugtho uow city jail is going on. Charley Akers has a bicycle that 19 really built for two. Alonzo Kendrick and Mrs. F. L. Robinson wore married last oveniug by Judge Floury. A lodge of A. O. U. W., will short It be instituted iu this city, a rep resentative of the order boiug on route here for that purpose. Bob Brow to-day started a menagerie in the Palace. The traditional tiger now has company in a genuine wild cat. Bob is now anxious to secure a real live- Coxey- ite. The time of district court was taken up to-day in tho case of the Territory vs. William L. Iartiu. for tho killing of Tim Casey, at Ash Fork. The district attorney repre sents the territory, while tho defease is conducted bv Messrs. Herudon and Johnston. The caso will prob ably bo given to the jury this evening. Forty-fivo people wore suugly stored away at tho Williams House last night, filling up office...

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. — 27 June 1894

,nii.mM,1ni,i., M , oaut S- v- - - -V. ;1- 1"i -.V - 1:- i i A CKKAM OF T1IK PKKSS. Sanator Allan's auti-speculativo proposition has a leak m it. It doesn't prohibit Senator's sons iroin taking a tLyor. Chicago Iutor OoefiH, Hep. The TtMinoeseo republicans aro bout to mnko thomistako of fusing "with the populists. If thoy dosiro any information as to the oxpodiouoy of that policy, thoy can obtain it by applying to the domocrats of Kan sas. Kansas City Star, Dein. So we presume it is necessary for the United States, once in a gonera . tiow, to have a democratic adminis tration just as a horrible example, " It is a little hard on producers, but it will be hotter for the country . "vvheu the crash is over. Salt Lake Tribune, "Rep. " A clerical orror m the tariff bill " of ISIS, cost the government over S2j 000,000. As the tariff bill of 1S9I ;vnll divert public roveuuo into prirato pockets, a few clerical orrors are the last lingoring Jhopos of im provement. St. Louis Globo-Domo-arat, ...

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. — 4 July 1894

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. Tll YYYT NO Q ARIZONA MINKK. KstnhUid Mart-li, 1) 1804 V(),.A31 iU y I ARIZONA JOURNAL. E.UhlUhcl 187 4. ' PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1894 PRICE, TEN CENTS I ARIZOiNA JO LTRNAL-MINER POWER PRINTING HOUSE. lie Arituu Jonrnnl-Mlner U published .kWdyintheyearet- -ptSnnday. TUe Arliona W rkly .lournal-Mlner In zxi vlifhwl erorj- Wednosilay, at Proscott, the xmaty t Yavapai county, j. C. MARTIN, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS: Onllft iw J3' in advance f 10 00 Isil , lr month 100 Daily, delivered by carrier to city subscrib er, per week 25 ,eekty. P?r year... 4 00 tfeeklr, aix months 2 SO Weekly, three months 1 Single copy 10 tirAdrcrtiHins Hates made known on applica tlon to this o2ic or at tlie following ajrencies: Palmer Key. Tribune Huilding. Now York l'siiarr & Hey. San Francisco. L. V. Fisher. Merchant's Exchange, Fran- "wliere the ivipr Vtt oa file. NOTICE TO SUItSCKIUERS. THE JOUHNAL MINER his made arrange meats to dob with the following ...

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 July 1894

rot Hon ft' 1 " MA.KTIN. Ktlltornmt l'roii'r. July 4,1894. Labor unions aro good things, for their bosses, at least. Ooxoy and his woalors aro beiug lost sight of in the railroad strike. Maricopa count domoorats havo oalled for a primary election to bo hald August 4. The cost toj tho government of .suppressing tho Barstow common waalors was $125,000. A United States grand jury ha beau called at Los Angeles to inves tigate tho railroad trouble. A privato telegram was received to-dny, announcing that Yale was "victorious in tho Yale-Harvard boat race. Tho National Republican League convention, in Denver, passod a resolution for tho free coinage of silver. In a single Mexican jail aro con fined twelve editors, two newspaper managers, three foremen and ono proof raalor. Commonwealor generals aro now quoted at 103 each, that being tho amount with which tGou." Bennett disappeared from tho army. Verdicts of juries and decisions of courts, frequently afford relief to a criminal from the con...

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 July 1894

THE CITY AD COUNTY ! Hew sy Hems From Our Own Town and Surrounding Country. frlely' DUy. June 27: There is nothing so good in this world as the possession of a 4,good pull." W. L. York was yesterday ap pointed administrator of the estate of James Van Sooy. Masonic lodgo to-mght. ork in the third degree. Master Masons are invited to attoud. Lark Pierce was sentenced yester day to two years and nine months in the penitentiary for cattle stealing. The work of impaneliug a jury in the case of the United States vs. Henry Huning was commenced this afternoon. J. H. Drew yesterday brought in the skin of a mountain lion from Walnut Creek, which measured feet from tip to tip. Loe Snoder, who fell down the a'luety foot shall at Lyur creek a short'timH since, breakiug his leg, is able to be around on crutches again. F. E. Andrews, chief of the Pres cott Fire Department, will have charge of the morning procession, having accepted the inarchaUhip of the day. The case of the United States vs. F. W...

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 July 1894

The Children' Fancy Dress. The children's faiio dross ball, given by Mrs. Raymond aud her ukiklreu's class last evening, was an unqualified success. The little ones showed that in Mrs. Raymond they kuro had au excellent instructress ia the art of danciug, as their move ments were marked with precision and grace. In addition to the roUue of waltzes aud other com mon dances, a number of faucy dances were given. Little Lila Hawkins, as a shep herdess, and Ravmond Belcher as a ftUtUe boy blue," won the applause of the spectators by their dance of ''The Lovers' Quar rel." Clare Cliue, in a faucy schot tische, and Miss Magarie Raymond and Miss Gladys Wright" in a fancy dance, with tambourine aud castanets, acquitted themselves admirably. Lila Hawkins' waltz dance with Irs. Raymond was also beautiful. The following are the names of those participating in fancy dress, ami the characters assumed by them. From Whipple wore: Eugenia Bradford old fashioned gown belonging to ner grand mother's t...

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 July 1894

ST ?.-.S.-a WEEKLY S9 YU-U.-A-AJS-l 1 tAUlZWXA JOVUNAL, KtahlUhd 187 4. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1894 PRICE, TEN CENTS ARIZONA JOURNAL ARIZOiNA JOURNAL-MINER POWER PRINTING HOUSE. The Arliona Journal-Miner U pablUliud very day io the year except Sunday. lie ArUona W'kljr Journal-Miner I pahlicbed erery Wedndj-. at Preeoott. the scanty wt of YYnai county. j, c. MAKTIJf, Kdltor aud "Proprietor. TEltMS: Daily, per jrw. In advance J10U0 Daily, per month 100 Daily, dolireml by carrier to city ubaorib- ere.per xnwk S AVekly. per yew.. . 4 00 Yeekly, aix month. 2 SO Weekly, three months 1 2i Jingle copy W AJ Ttirtiin ltates made known on apnllca tion to thU office or at the following axencice: Palmer & iter. Tribune Building, New York Palmer k Key. San Francisco. L. 1. Fisher. Merchant' Exchange, Fran jifco. Where the paper tn.pt on file. XOTICK TO SUIiSCKIUKUS. THE JOUKNALf MINER has made arrange ments to dab with the following papers a t'.B prices named, payment to lx m...

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 July 1894

m SSSSS; formally stfkar ... aw . at: -' 5 novl 'Joed Is veral -', Ifilito ;; lie cof.: hotel Mm -ion ance try ( X- SB 4 ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER I. ?. .M.VKT1N. KUtrRUdrro,.'r. AVBD.YK8UAY J lllj 11,1891 The striko shows uo signs of let ting up. The tariff bill has passed tho Sen ate by n vote of 39 to 31. Sitice hor organization Cochise count has had 251 violent deaths, up to dato. Nothing has boon hoard of tho Goxey army for several days. Won der if it has been tied up by the strike? "All quiet here." is the suggestive news received nowadays from nearly oven point. Quiet does not fully express tho condition of affairs. A resolution has been introduced in the United States Senate calling ing for an investigation of the present Pullman and railroad strike. Phonix has lost nothing of her eunniug in tho matter of voting. At tho school election last Saturday 1,095 bnllots were cast, while tho poll lists showed tho names of only 950 voters. The Albuquerque Citizen thinks that tho best thi...

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. — 11 July 1894

T BB CITY AND COUNTY! Newsy Items From Our Own Towu and Surrounding Country. Tliurnriay'a Dnlly, .lulv 5: Eastern Star Chapter moots this evening. Born.--To the wife of .I. S. Douir las, at Bisbee, Arizona, ou July 3. 1891, a sou. The waif, recently found, has boon named Ona Prescott, by Mrs. Knnpp, who has charge of it. Mrs. jaKo .narKs entertained a largo number of childreu with ieo cream and cako at her residence yesterday. ThorG were two or throe light showers on the 4th. The rains to date have not amounted to much. however. A foot raco, between a voting man named Peek and an unknown is an nounced to come off next Sundav f..- $50 a side. Vv. T. Row has uino men at work an the wagon road back of Whipple. He oxpects to havo it completed ready for tralhe within ten days. A Phonix man is accused of freoz iug shot in his ice to inako it weigh heavier. lie pays ten cents a pound for his shot and sells his ice for half a cent per pound. A scrapping match took place on Tuesday evening i...

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. — 11 July 1894

ortu& aowss sedf ill tO ; t on C; is . i y of; rl p - '4. 5K- A 'SlHBHlRr Ohso. A man called yesterday nt, the M. IS. irsonnge, nud told liev. C. J. Cln.se n remarkable story about his wanderings. He gave the nnmo of Geo. Comstock and said that about June 25 or 2C he loft his homo, at Santa Fe Now Mexico, for the pur pose of going to a mine about forty miles distant. Prior to leaving ho had beou sick for some time, nud his wife tried to. persuade him uot to attempt the trip. His business Do ing urgent, however, he started against her persuasion. When about two or three miles out of town he got worse and got out of the conveyance ho was iu and start ed to walk back. From that timo until July 4th his life was a com llete blank. On tho above dato he found himself in Prescott, but how he came hero or when, he could not tell. His lucid moments on tho above date were but brief and he again relapsed into a condition of oblivion, recovering from it yester day. Being iu a straugo placo a...

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. — 18 July 1894

WEEKLY JOU hNAL V l 1 4 . A. A-A.1 liU I- j Alll.OXA ,IOl'UX.l Ktnhllhel IK? I. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, JULY jff, 1894 PRICE, TEN" CENTS AJUZONA JOQMAL-MlNEtt POWKIl PRINTING HOUSE. i. Arlzonu .lourHi.t-Mliior in pqblishivt . .tj day in tk year jt it Sunday. Arlioim WVrkly .louriml-Mlner it -Ih4h1 evtry Wodatwilay, at I'reecott, th iounty t f Yavapai county. I. C. MAKTIX, K.Utor ami Vroprlctor. TKtlM& ta;ly. Ir yoar.Iaadvaaeo .....?10Xi iiiv. ow month 1 ' Daily. d4ivorit by oarrisr to city tulHcrib- it. per wk ,-kly. INT year.. AWkly, mx rooatk WcMy. three months . ... 1-4 MIllV . .. .... .... ........ .... .... 4 X 2 5u i r. tsyAilwtjKiru; Hatm. kuuIa kaown on anlu'a tion to this wiKce or at the fotiowia annci: 1'aIww i ltty, TrihuBe HaikUa:. Now York Ihvliwr .V Itey. San FrancWo. L. 1. rker. MeroliABt's KxokaMge, b ran jlco. Where Um napor Vut on file. NOTICE TO Sl'l'.SCUIltKUS. rpHE JOURNAL MINKK has mvla arrant! J nvfltK to rliib with tho following iaort a tlic ;riw na...

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. — 18 July 1894

Inotbor las noHvJ several . Elite ... it plaet j Urn co ' a hotel f: ration ' ae at 1 1 ss, the ; aerac. will bt uli two r of th . o sever-7 have a i, Tlu J hotel urortat mi ad 11c 11 be u il entr. . iia dini : tuts be..' 3 Sazerj -fficientff iile on&-' y port:' ilding mate:-.' araneo ivn. Hory of 4'" Paisoy -; the ti .. ijierdar mld h ' If if he rew is'i pert ii; ray tv ars a S11 ul died if wn oc ? kfEd I ive aV pe ai 'ok of tester i J "1 ms . ; or tt. J ould ? id all ; M3afoj U don't, ii Is t A PQ4 aver I-J4 latter 'a j lis rul Ijf ; the ft eart j.s reat b '& The v ared V ets,- ;; i ud all 3 ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER .1 . C. MAKTIJf. Kdltor and l'rop'r. Wednesday July 18,1894 More work and better pay, not more holidays, is what is needed. Congress, do you hear? Debs' partner, Sovereign, does not seem to be obeyed so readily as Mr. Dobs was by his order. . The country will soon know how strong a "pull" the sugar trust has on the democrats of tho House. Congressman Conn will pro...

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. — 18 July 1894

' 1 i X "4 MlNTV W IJ L I I 1 I W I I wsy Items From Our Own Vown and Surrounding Country. Walnut Grovo has had no ram 1 si. The work of rebuilding Joromo is 1 progress. wr w Will 1ms sublet tho m:l M.tn between Hudson and Tip Top I j Mr. Goddard. tp.a nr.;ii,il Vordo Cooper Com- h.is about two or three weeks apply of coke on hand yet. Col. Bartlett and his 9th Infantry Amman f fnnnerlv stationed at Ufa t V. J - w - Vhipple,have been sent to Chicago jr duty. a onr Wil of butter aud ecrsis U'cxA Inst. nitrhL and a car load of foachiuory for tho Crowned King fnino and one of merchandise arrived lo-day. The strike has delayed tho arrival f the engines for tho Jeromo road. for this, there vould now bo four or five miles of rack laid. Picnic to morrow at Sam Miller's. til initHimn r m lto am retiuuaiuii hj It A 1? - . . 1 A F jave their lunch baskets at the de- ot by 9 a. m. and they will bo taken ut in a team. Io cream will bo jrved at 10 cents a dish. Tit.k AfnXarp rouorts cattle dvill...

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. — 18 July 1894

I Mir Wei nioi Coi I se? Dc st oi I ..t "i i' r . Strike Prom n Lnl Stniuliinliit, j OnnnmnloahxLl The prosout strike, by reason of i its effect upon all olasses nnd ooudi ticms of persons, ami which origin ated in the employment of a num ber of workmen by Pullman, but bv reason of tho almost perfect organi zation of the railroad employees, has developed iuto a bitter war for tho supremacy of capital or labor, naturally suggests the rights of the strikers and those affected. It is not the purpose to discuss the merits of tho controversy, but -simply to prosout tho matter iu iUs logal aspect. Tho term strike is applied com monly to a combined offort on the part of a body of working men, employed by tho same master, to enforce a domand for higher wages, shorter hours, or some other con cession, by stopping work in a bodv at some prearranged time, and refusing to resume work tintil the demanded concession has been grauted. It was the earlier policy of the English courts to treat a stri...

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. — 25 July 1894

- -ft - . . . V . V ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. 1 it VOL.XXXI NO 14 (AK1ZUNA MIXKK, KktablUhett .March, U 18U4 ( AUIZONA JOUKXAL, KutablUhcd 187 4. ' jfitiflsuurr, aiuzoxna, sveDxVesday, july 25, isiu PRICE, TEN CENTS ARIZONA JOFRNAL-AIINER POWER PRINTING HOUSE. !tie ArUona .lournblOllner U published tscrs day in the rear except Sunday. The Artaoua Weekly Journal-Miner in puHhed cTOry Wednesday, at PrMCott, the jonnty iwat of Yavapai county. I. C. MARTIN, Ktlltor and Proprietor. TERMS: Daily. Ir year, in advance $10 00 Daily, per month 100 Daily, delivered by carrier to city aubecrib- er. per wk 21 ffeUy per year. . . . 4 00 Weekly, six mouth 2 SO Weekly, three months 1 : jiaele copy.. 10 CP"" Advertising Rates made known on applies tion to tliis ofHoe or at the following asennea: Palmer Jk lUy, Tribune Building. New Xorfc Palmar .t llpv. San Kraneico. L. 1'. Fisher. Merchant's Exchange, iVhere the paper Vopt on file. Krau- V SOTICKTO SUIlSCItlltKIta. THE JOURNAL MINER haa msdo ar...

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. — 25 July 1894

: 9- ;,4l '33 MORI ruforuii! Another ass ouw m as now, HOticed ' several d Eiito tat plaei 1 the co , a hotel ; iration Me at t uss, the azorac. rovomen m will b full two S of th ito sever have a t. Thi ie hotel mifortat round Hi ill be n al entr. tain dim lents be;. 10 Sazer ifficieuU j hile on' ay port:,; uilding v irougho : Id mate aaranco wn. t- I Story of i Patsey 1 tho t esterda; ui: , ould b lf if hi rew is ipertii, "; way ears f 3Ul uuoa f own or ? 4tEd ) 4 ave a."j opo ati'-f eck of i hester o his x vor tl . wuid 1 x nd all' ; eon fo: : don't .; til Br db. k i A poj f i i idver 1 " si j natter : i liis nil". j o: the :f i leart ;reat jared jonlag lovoid jets, ind all jKiforo he pa Sever f,l ,hrou aper - jy the J; would' I jase. ' -To Jj shook 4, clotho ts, ol.J ralua) i f and Jc -J injur t for a f 5ZS., 0 21loi". the r. all a)" with u"t bedst f in thr-i. the n- oubicjr pounlih or kij-jg sulpBif littlaB the aud; funici opens i i-fl ARIZONA J01TRNAL-ATINER .. C. MAUTIX. Kdlto...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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