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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 25 July 1894

JTYI Hewsy Items From Oar Own Tom and Surrounding Country. Wednesday's Daily t July 18: Maximum temporaturo Tuesday, 60; minimum this morning, 77. T. L. Bacon Las put up a wind mill at his residence on south Mou tezuma street. Engiueor Love reports the water getting very scarce again in the res ervoir and city well. Charles Salina was released from custody to-day, having completed his ten days' sentence. Iu the suit of Mike Ryan vs. G.H. Clark yesterday, the jury gave a ver dict in favor of Ryan for $750. The replevin suit of Frank Loh man vs. L. A. Willard was on trial to-day before the court and a jury. The worst agitators along the lino of the A. & P. road during the re coat strike, it is said, were men iuno way connected with the road and uot in its employ. Sheriff Lowry left this morning by train for Yuma with Martin, Pierce, Steinbrook. Curloy and Cruiz sentenced to various terms of im prisonment. Ben Belcher accompa nied the sheriff as guard. The board of school trustees ...

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. — 25 July 1894

raw. ':-r-2mnjm MOM iinifm , ' ""V"-' nofcbor: is orm ; as now tUeod Elito J t pac - tlm cq m a hotolt ation. -V e at ss, tho ; :erac vomon . will l . ill two of th --. 0 sevor -have a - v t. Th,- 1 hotel ufortal ' und fli . . 1 be u " 1 eatrv; in dinf : nts b Sazeift; . Goientjr; ilo onj' V porp tiding t; . -oughc f1 ' 1 mat t, irance vn. itory o! - . Patsoj'l; tho b -iterda . I. : lWhyk ,uld B w. f if h ew is pert ay ars aji o Su. i died J "Ed vkM .vo aj pe aMl ok oi& .ester,-?,' : : his ! or tl rmldi. id ali!,.-, en fo f don't i . At". -Oo a pq; .atter'f?b; lie ru! -s ; tht 4 eart j reat t;S The ;f f ared --pi avoid .1 ets,- . ;t." udal.Sjf eforv:'fl Uja pa if j lever -f . aper iy the omm rould )eusuf n thfe, ; . herlV mbi joun; .ISO to room at Til till di ori 4 ov tl nil CO til I OUAIXED TO A WAOOX WHEEL. Deputy Sheriff Jim llobertu Subntttute fur a J nil at Jerome. The Jerome branch of the county jail, it will bo remembered was burned during one of tho conflagra tions which...

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. — 1 August 1894

:B. ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER .IL.XXXI-NO 14 lAltUONA nlNJilt. tmtublUlted .Hatch, J o4. PKESCOTT, AKIZONA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, U.M PRICE, TEN" CENTS ) AKUUX.VtlUUUK A I., Kklalill .in'.i I; . m w lUZONA ,1 0 LTItN A L-KINER pOiYKU l'HINTINC? HOUSE. hi miu --.j ................ ,i, illshod ewry Widiwd-.y. t l'noU, th atv ft i avii cm). MAKT1N. Kdltor nnrt t'ronrlfftor. tkums: for, j. r vr. itdvauc llo iw !j ' ,:wi.vlby cnnrterto trity sabeerib- lr. j. r wi -4. ,;" jr... month. lMjr, U.rw BlOlltfu i 00 3 V. 1 10 LIV'1 iA iwrtMBK lb" d known on npiuira i to tv ulhcv or at U fullowiue aconou: t-.. i- lv Trihotut Itutldlac. New York Pats-r ltrr.Snii FraneiMM. t. - - ; i. Wik itm futlowiu tuiuont a uric- axiuvl. laynwat to Ivj mxAo in ! , uui - i . 1... flim(urt si au l KrncvCO 111 J - Liil.TTl"..... Vrux it Bored toptA 1U1U nro wst twt twnUrty labont IJ. eiiunUoa of . -?' lUoa. ? ...1 .M M'iMWiklBlTvllM idUlO ft! otnptlr iuvollo. 8aMofir who d.i o eir irxrto:ixvt lit &J Uiru aro...

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. — 1 August 1894

v. M-M0mli&M .1 1 hi AJUZONA JOIIKNAL4IINER J. O. .MARTIN. K.lltormicl I'rop'r. Wednesday Aug ust 1, 1891 Ex-Governor F. F. Low of Cali fornia is dead. Grim visage war frowns on the world from the orient. Jerry Simpson, ho of tho sockless feet, has been re-nominated for Congress. Tho House says Senators ought to be elected by the people; tho Senate says nothing. Debs denies having anything to do with tho new labor organization, The American Labor Union. The man who makes a practice of changing his political principles may be honest, but he cannot blame people for being a little distrustful of him. The silver men have called a national conference to meet in Washington August 16th. Sir. Cleve land will probably not send a letter to the conference. Hurrah for the Lexington Masons! They have decided to expel Breck euridgo. Now let the voters of tho Lexington district follow suit, if they wish to bo respected as men. Notwithstanding the tenacity with which Joe Blackburn stood by tho ...

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. — 1 August 1894

-A TBE CITY AND COUNTY ! : fcfsy Items From Oar Own Town and Surrounding Country. Concert at Whipple this ovouiug. S. E. Patton has already made one engagement for his now opera house. jlsximum temperature yesterday, minimum this morning, 60; rain fall, .07 of an inch. jj. W. Elliott and wife have sold tots 7 and 9, block 10, Proscott, to Jthel M. Daniels for $400. George Heisler has the lumber on the ground for the construction of s residence in South Prescott. Howard Burmister and Dolos Gould, two young nimrods, returnod list erening from a two days hunt jnChino valley. The mayor has placed two extra tchinen on duty at nights as a precaution against lire during tho perio-1 of scarce water. Haisley & Harvey have finished Bjrketing their ice crop. Many of tjjglr customers are now getting jtfrom W. J. Mulvenon.. The city water has f:iilotl. nuil tho mttereommil tee has been compelled lo shut it off from all consumers, 'except hotels and bath houses. TTotiil TVinsor arrivals: It M...

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. — 1 August 1894

-14 1 - - lit-' ' ' "' - Mil : $ 5 Another imes now noticed d Elito the c( a bote i ration t ie at jss, tho ?rac. : re men ill b II tVc of tl Ito sovei have a n. Th hote Imforta 'Mind fl U be i Sal enti 1 din exits b le Sazei itlicieut j le OE h. ,pr tuidtncr Irought i mat iarancc itorjr o Patsej tho t sterda id. "Why mid I llf if b mv it pert i ray t tars a EC Ml iaed mvu o Edi a pe a rCK O tester nis rcr t huld id all en ft don't A pe lver Lattex ks ru , tli :art IlilO ired nla; ts, al ?i t ser pper th. I) m u se. To :onl )th 5, 0 nil r s IS,, illo It a .th .ds 1 ui tie r ur i hip tt.l Ixsi T m Pa! u 1 '1 IT Ha ii .1 VOICES AND VISIONS. In TOHth. beside the lonclj- Kt, Yeircs nd visions came to me. Tltanla and her furtive broods IVere lay familiars la the wood. j From everr flower that broke In flume. Some half articulate whisper camti lo everj- wliJ 1 felt tho btlr I Of &omo celestial messenger. Later, nwld tho city's din ' Ant tnil and wealth ami want and sin. They folloHod ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 8 August 1894

ARIZONA i WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. Mi. AAi J.VIU.ONA PKESCOTT, A1UZONA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1894 101 kni.. umm..u .1. .t 11 FRIGE, TEN CENT1. i 'I TtfimXX JOLUtN AL-iMIN Ell wnvKB piuynxG whisk. , T.oua Joumul-Mliirr i pubtUhed IV i. .L war xtwi'l San Jay. rtASSTwr-wiy Jourual-.Mli.r U m:4 " ; and Proprietor, r M c' TK11M& ... tn .,lv-uX flOH :in!S?ih ... i Jt by crriw to city subacrlb- &vz. ::::::: :::::::::: : ... I u ... a x ... i s ai.lit-a !. fit aontli irIwiitiir Itauw niado known on PLa ,T!!ic or at tb f',UM R .wi.ir. Tritwno lhuldUu:, N m York jerohaid'ii KxohanK, 0Tl"rKTO Sl'llXCKIItKKS. fr'inURSAL MlNKlt hw mado arrange. lti toclnb wit tho following tati.r a JD"1" . l ...vmAuL t li tnailn iu a I . mine. - . P1! rm.Y Johrnai -Minch awl BanrTwiiimuirk W nr u-it 4 BTSrii-Ii!KR will b continued until rtftJ. thlN ar nt out rwlarty w S.tSxiMUou t a yer kuhriutinu. iw!-Ttaer an muwted t jwy tho tmit at rinn. d at any Unw ar unroot ty r. gni uotk tu ihU Uiw and jm . Secret S...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 8 August 1894

... . ., .-. , . "of - : 't. ml I- Oil J- i i i J;! EH il 1 Ik A" il El.; el- ft; N E h 14 ARIZONA JO 1 IKN AL-3UNER J. C. MARTIX. K.lltnr ami I'rop'r. Wednesday August 8,1S91 El Paso has prohibited gambling. Tt is war suro enough between Japan and China. Southern California had a livelj earthquake on Sunday uight. Maricopa is a productive county; but the biggest crop that it raises is offico seekers. Nearly eight hundred voles were polled at the republican primary election in Fhenix. Ex-Governor Murphy will bo the next nominee of the republican party for delegate to Congress. Paul would have been a more appropriate name for him than G rover; ho writes so many epistles. Some men never know when their little games are blocked. Coxoy and Debs are receut specimens of this class. Governor Hughes, who is in Wash ington, has groat hopes of securing the segregation of the San Carlos coal fields from the Indian reserva-tion- A Richmond Va. paper says it doesn't believe that Mr. Cleveland wo...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 8 August 1894

JTVI t Items From Oar Osn Town and Sarroimains loninrj. . ... i Scforn wail arrives now regularly tT iou tram. elBD- ...... mtrria' liconso was issued .ardSV tO A u " Eric .,i .loan r rtnioricivs nuu Wenu will leave to-morrow i L?fhk Creek oa a bear hunt. T...ln Vine ;siid .ip.nl I fnr ?Santr democratic central com- TVaBlS f""1" " , August 14, at 2 o'clock. . jeed was filed for record to-day , t, larv K- Richardson et. con. rBro Richards for city property Msrnlinil named boing r- Ti-moml will give a buttor- on Friday evoning, August V. o.Ort 111 nftnr whicli flm iar soiree will take place. n. Cottou h s a new baru almost Jl'ied on Capitol Hill. Ho will IS! lho HJtioii of a large there soon ou lots recently pexhis&d by him. The advertisement of the Moore fcrcantUo Company appears in this .a .nnd is uormy oi purnsai. food goods and low prices is the jaltoof thofirm. Bow. At Chaparral, Sunday, Jolr 29. to Mr. and Mrs. rl. U. Hams, a daughter. Dr. MeCaud- less reports moiuer aim cni...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 8 August 1894

, ir - l 1 1- . . i ii iff nir n" ' ' " i 1 '"in "i 1 1 , . - m In .f i 5. P. It - Fiir... if; i - Pill..? IHstriot Oourt Proceeding. Tobsuav, July 31. Mrs. D. Archi bald vs. Martin Maior; judgment for plaintiff. Mrs. D. Archibald vs. Thomas Carroll; garnishee or Martin Maior; judgmont for garnishee. C. B. Gonuug vs. Virgiuia Gold M. AM. Co.; demurrer to complaint sustained. F. G. Brecht vs. Martin Maier, No. 2236; judgmeut for plaintiff. Fred. J. Schmidt vs.Martin Maior; judgment for plaintiff. Jos. Dougherty vs. Martin Maior; judgmont for plaiutiff. J. C. Martin vs. Martin Maior; judgment for plaintiff. Adjourued until 10 o'clock a. m. August 1, 1S94. Wednesday, Aug. 1. Abbie Cou dron vs. li. C. Bates; injunction modiGed. Elhart, Witz & Co. vs. E. Burgess; judgment for plaintiff. Same vs. Virginia Gold M. & M. Co.; garnishee of E. Burgess; judg ment for plaintiffs. Prescott National Bank vs. A. G. Oliver, tax collector; judgment mak ing the injunction perpetual. Samuel Hil...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 15 August 1894

- -A - ',4- ARIZONA EKLY JOURNAL-MINER t nt..XXAl iNU Ii .iiiizoNAJui'iiNAi.. Ktti.iuh.-.i ii 4, PBESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1894 AK1Z0MA JOWtiNAL-MlNEIi rOWBK PRINTING 110USK. iUe Arlswna .lourn.l-lliir is uhlishoJ die UV " wwirt Sunday. ni ArUoin. Weekly Journal-Miner jaaSftVhe-l rwry Vdnesday, at I'nvoott, the CMy t of Yavauai county, i MA RTIJ. K.lltor tuid Proprietor. TKRMS: -i1. yar.Iuadoutee f 10 i wilj' ,w Hwatk.... ...... I iw ii, ,,i--liefed bf trrir to eity anbucrib- i l A I" )wr A.vkir. mowUs a v. .. t.rv MoaUtA 1 S tH CI W I , - l.tn-rtifilu: Rate, toads buowa on anulica I t,. tWix oHim: or at the following awHioiiw: 1-fciuMT A IW. TriWHu ltuildinff. Nhw V.rV tUMMr A Hey. n FowmsImwi. J. r. Fihr. y-rchnti KichMico. Frui- "a h ttt nwvr tvl m file. NOTIC'K TO SUttSOKI ItKIt. J!K JOURNAL MlNRR 1mm mado arntngo PRICE, TMt CENTd 1 meals to el' with tlw followirue i.ior-a the urioM ua n.l. utyituat to ! nm( i .. The Wkkkly Joukx.vl-Minek and St iHU (JLU-IunK!rat ...

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. — 15 August 1894

ARIZONA JOIIMAL-MINER J. C. MAKTIX. Kdltornd I'rop'r. "Wednesday... .August 15, 1S94 The assessment roll of Maricopa county foots up $7,416,739. Cholera has made its appearauce in Canton in an epidemic form Forty thousand deaths from the plague, have occurred in Chiua siuco March Jauan seems to have better judg ment as to the proper timo to strike than Debs had Mr. Cleveland seems to have lost his crip on somo of tho erstwhile Senatorial cuckoos. TWe Senatorial sugar scandal di liApame transparent as soon as it had timo to get dry. Debs has more sense than Coxey; ho recognized tho worthlessness of a populist congressional nomination If you wish to know what kind of a tariff bill the domocrats will eventually agree upon, apply to tho sugar trust for information. No further blot will appoar upon the paces of the history of Mr. Cleveland's administration than his treatment of Hawaii. Some of tho female bicyclists, if newspaper reports be correct, are becoming envious of the showing mad...

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. — 15 August 1894

J A XT l Jessy Items From Oar Own Ttorad Surrounding Country. proscott weather just now could tot bo improved ou. sh Fori had a heavy storm about S o'clock last night. jfoximuin tompaturo Tuesday 79 drees, minimum this morning 5S. Born, on Groom Creok, August 7, 1S9J, to Mr-aut iJCrs- orso a Foreman Trainor is moviug camp lowithiu four miles of the Congress fte Congregational Sunday jcfeool will givo a picnic at Granite jeils on Friday. A largo invoieo of hats wore re ceived yesterday at J. W. Wilson's etotbiug emporium. Sis large teams are employed in freighting supplies from skull val fej to the various grading camps. Several ladies and gentlemen from ijThipplo and Proscott weut out on i private picnic to Wing's to-day. Dr. C. A. Sowall has tho poles set for his telephone Hue from tho corner drug store , to his.rosidenco. A par load of men arrived to day. from California, to go to work track laying on tho b. If. v I . rail road. Business in the sheriffs offico has beoomo so dull t...

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. — 15 August 1894

Th Voice or Tim Party. Behold ME! 1 am tho Democratic party, With a largo D. Perhaps I'm not bigpor Than the Senate today, But watch mo grow! You bet I'm not sawing wood, either. This is tho timo to talk. And I'm doing my share; Also a devil of a sight of thinking. 1 know what I'm hero for, But I don't exactly know Where I am at. I need a disinfectant, And need it badly. But 1 can't get an agreement in conforenco As to what kind. I thiuk I'll have A receiver appointed For myself. But who shall it be? Pun.sk the thought That it bo a republican! Tom lieed. for iustauco! Great Caosar, tkiuk of tkat and tumble! I haven't flapped togothor for so long Thst my flappers Are rusty. I feel that thoro is a Dull thud Waiting for mo in November. But I am tryiug to effect a com- promise And head it off. The monkey and the parrot Have got loose in mo, And you know what that moans. Got onto my curves, will youT They are numerous and oft, And j-ou can't miss them. I am for free raw material, Aud 1 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. — 22 August 1894

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1894 PRICE, TEN CENTS YYYT M 1C i AKIZONA M1NKK. Kstiiltliolit'tl Marc-h, U lHtH, I VUll-'vVi4-1- J AKlZOXAil UIKNA1.. ISSlauMHllOit 1X7 ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER j POWER PRINTING HOUSR. The Arltona Journkl-Mlner is )nUH)il nrv day ti year exeeitt Sunday. The Arlsona Weekly Journal-Miller is -nbH,.Hed every Wedalay. at Prescott, the auly Mttt ot Yavapai comity. I C. MAKT1N, Kdltor nnl Proprietor. TUKM& iVaily. per year, inadvaueo $10 00 it-H- r RHIDtll- 1 w Only! iWlwl by orrwr to city snbeerib ers,Vr wek . ffertty. months I Weekli. three months 1 Single copy 11 tr" dvertiins Itate made known on applira tu.u to tiii otiieo l Ul" fHjw: ayH5tes: iijl,m1. J; Ut, Trilmtw ItaildiBK. New iork Palmer A Hey.S" rrsacjeo. U P. Fisher. Merchant s Kxehango, r ran- :'vlwrothtl,r,8krt ,,n filp- NOTH'K TO SI) ItSCltl ItKKM. MM1F JOURNAL M1NKU has made, arramte I meats ehib with Uh fitllnwinx imhwx a ti.e ltriee nvi. iaytaeat t ...

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. — 22 August 1894

h h AUlZONA.lOlIRN-AL-MliNER .1. O. MAItTlS. lMltomml l'rop'r. Wednesday August 22, ISM Phenix populists hold a primary rocoutly. Thoro woro 112 of thorn. Tho Chinoao sooin to bo all at soa on tho soa. Just liko sovoral demo cratic war horses in Yavapai politics. A fow years ago tho "rod bandana' was tho war cry. This year it will possibly bo in local politics "tho gov't blankot." It is now definitely settled that Mark Smith is out of tho raco fo dolegato. E. J. Edwards of Fhonix,. will 1m3 tho democratic nominee. A political census should bo taken of probable candidates for oflico in Yavapai county. Wo would be tho banuor county in Arizona in popula tion, in consequouco. Business is flourishing uudor tho now tariff! Did anybody read tho "textile" dispatch m our contomp this morning from Now Bedford, Mass.? Free Wool, eh! It is said that several rural dele gates Tomiug to tho democratic county convention who are loaded for rtiral soft-soopers of their party. But wo'vo hoard this bef...

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. — 22 August 1894

fS AND " COUNTY ! jifsy Items From Oar Own Town and Surrounding Country.- IJslly. AiKUt 15: Dr. Alldordioe, tho dentist, idVortieinent in this issii hns ISSUO. c E. Randolph ot al. have exo rHted a bill of sale to Jos. Dough erty for horses for SKOtX Word was received to-day that tho Proscoti party reached thy Grand Cauvon ou Saturday night. Thnrt an somo peoplo m Prosoott UV ... . .. 4 1.-1 -1if still believe Mint mat Murr 01 Ibenian wun i "'"' him is true, but no cluo can bo found o verify it- The well at tho pump houso of the S & raroatU jllst abovo U old 'city dam. contaius or two feet of water, and it is not visibly dirnished by pumping. Tim citv council has fixed tho - eitr tax rate at 75 cents on tho $100, bein,T a reduction of twenty-five cents over previous years. City taxes WM be due September 1. "With J- Snow as mail carrier ami J- ! Storm as postmaster, the tltiiess of Biff Chino valloy can got their mail onlv through Snow ami Storm t lie year round. Tho insane asylu...

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. — 22 August 1894

1anr Tl IKilTM 1i PLAYING A TRICK WITH A BANK BILL. A Man Who Planned a Gool Jolto on Ilia lloston Prlnuds. A man walked into a hotel near the Grand Contral jttion early ono morning, having just left a train. Ho ordertxl ami ato a hearty break fast, and then instead of giving his waiter the money to pay tho chock and waiting for the cluinge as most men do he "tipped" the waiter ami carried tho hill to the rashir. In Ins hand along with tho hill for his breakfast he held a $10 note. "I wish," he said to liio cashier, "that you would mu a slip of jiapar to this lank bill so that you can identify it and then put it away, please, until I mil for it 111 belwiek tomorrow." Tho cashier looked rather aston ished. "Yes," said the othor, "I only want to leave it hero as security for my breakfast I'll come back to get it" "But it's n good bill," said the cash ier. "I'll accept it and givo you change." "No," replied the stranger, "I don't want you to do that. I want merely to leave this bank bi...

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. — 29 August 1894

4? ' - , ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. i ,-,T vl i o i Altl.l..v ll.Nr. u. nku.Mim-o UHrcli, M jmu.j YJ.L XXA-1 iNU lo AUI.UNAJOVKNA1., KitablUlied IS? 4. PKESOOTT, ARIZ0NA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1894 PRICE, TEN CENTS ARIZONA .10 LTRN AL-MINEK POWKR PRINTING HOUSE. YOVi Arizona Journsl-Mlnor is pnUlitJiftl K (W Wdiday. at Proscott. the el Yavapai wiity. C MAKTIX. Editor hii.I Proprietor. 10 00 Ear i-i wth -. l'&livered by carrior to city eulwcnb- rtvlklv, six mouth - month 1 lisetc copy---. -" -Advcrtislwt Bates made known on applic u.f t.i this office "f l tho foUowtou aKouoios: lSKtITrib.in llutkllmr. Nw York lit A Hey. Sn Franclhoo. klFi&her. Merchant's ExclianKft. V nui bew U ptpet u kft on file OTI'K TO SUKSCItl HKUS. THl."J0UUNAL MINEH has made arrance ta to club with tho following papers a ,v. named, payment to I m.vt in ml nT The Wkkkly Jocknait-Minku nd Sci Olokv Democrat V RtkFrnoiMoCll.... - FrsBCijcoWtclo ....... 4 IIjoiUnek will ' UjouUaui nntti stopped. Hilla a...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 29 August 1894

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