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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 22 May 1895

Ttj.. , .... m.Z. ,ft'l, i2 te ! L! spo2s rorti ere in Grade , ,3 .rifTTTtt I LATEST I TYLES j Y THE LATEST ! I PATTEMS I - .IX. i ant Simer C 1 W.Wilson y . FISHER ner jVjContezuma and Groodwin iOOTT : : : AEIZOSA s WMM$m&3 EVERY MY. iscount for cash 10 per cent oft my regular prices aerchandise m stores, only excepting groceries anc are already down to BEDROCK! F iur time to bur Furait ire, Glassware. Hats, Boots, Shoe - - furnishing Goods, Crockery, Flower Tots, etc., .FISHEE'S BLOCK. . PARKER .DEALEK IN .. MB ER! ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL, AT THE DERCIAL LUMBER YAED ij. I. Gardner's Stoe, Cortez St., PRESCOTT, A. T. r iOregon Pine, Redwood, Redwood Shingles, Sash Doors, .blinds, Mouldings, Jbitc. inaw Lumber Oo.. Williams, Ariz Wheels inYourHead? gjHTll so call around and rent, buy or cell one. Extra parts also kept on hand. Furniture in Your House? rnnnd and insuect mv Beddiusr. and Keueral household lit vou wish to sell household, saloon, restaurant or other Jtright. ...

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 May 1895

THE CANNY SCOt. H I Witty and Can Alto Hamorotu If no Choote. From tho Scotchman vro donotcx- pect liumor, but wo got something Prescott, was killed by a train on perhaps more ureoious namolv.wit the A. & P. railroad at Aah Fork A Fatal Aecldent. Fred Reif, a maohinist rho had boon visiting Robart Bradsbaw, a friend aud follow maohinist, in A Scotch witness must bo handled carefully, or ho may prove a Tartar, aa tho following incident will show Tho witness in question excited tho counsel's suspicion by tho accurate measurement ho re turn od of tho length of somo article, "You aro sure of that, my man?" "HooUona! hao nut I tak'n my nith upon tho bout?" "AVoll, sir," said tho oounsol in his most browbeating in an nor, "then toll mo, on your oath, mind! how camo you to bo so exact?" "Awcol, was it not that I konnod somo stoitorin daftlo 'ud put tho question, ao I touk tho rueasuro o it" But a boot can bo humorous if he chooses. Listen to him. Ho was dis charged from Holloway jail, ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 22 May 1895

. , i ii ii 11 ill Minim ' ii . iilMMflMMMMMMMMMMmM " ' i-itraiitnn'i Tl lMilTll - - i i I' 'nil. TT lih'll MMi I MHWW III'IBMMIBWMWMI I 11 I I llHIHIllMMIWi Hi (WWS " ' r;'- . 7,,-- , 1 1 THE CITYAND COUNTY. Hewsy Items From Our Own Town and Sirrouuding Country. "WEDNESDAY'S Daily, Hay 15 Anothor lively runaway occurred this morning. If you want to bo in tho swim advertise iu tho .TodkxaiMkvbk. Ladies do not forgot to send your Prescott papers away to friends. Billv Scott, did uot have to wait long to have his challenge accepted. Five cent soda water has put in an appearance with five cent beer. Tho Mandolin Club will plav at tho social of tho Commercial Club this evening. The Prescott Commorcial Club gives its hop this uveniug at Pat ton's opera house. Tho tire of one of Murray Mc Inemay's bieyeles exploded this af ternoon, with terrific force. JorBKAL-MiNER readers are won dering what has become of its versatile and interesting Congress correspondent. F. L. Wright says ho wijl ha...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 22 May 1895

WATER INJUNCTION. Action Commenced in the District : :CoHrt to Prevent the Transfer . v- of the Water Works, An Injunction Granted in Aceord ance "With the Complaint, Peud-J : : ing a Trial of the Case. .1 Tlio litigation between tho citi aens and the mayor and city coun cil and the .Proscott Water Coni- :pauy is now on. A complaint was filed with tho clerk of tho district court yestordav, and a temporary restraining order issued to prevent the transfer of the water works as i l i ,1 u ri: vr 10, be until tbo entire question can hoard and detorniined. Tho complaint is signed by J. I. Gardner and twelve other citizens, and is quite voluminous, but the gist of it is contained in the fifth count, which avorc and alleges that said therein attempted to be made with said John Lawler, his associates and their heirs, etc., are inoperative, against public policy and void, be cause: First, under tho terms of said ordinance nud tho conditions therein the pretense of obtaining water for the Cit...

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 May 1895

ARIZONA laW I H f isH V BBi V lH HI OaV aal BH iBBBBfl isssM aBBBM Sbbk .bH I VaB !H KUB f H H ImK I aHl V H H. irt ttH I liHH f BtBBK bbbbbb aV (aH BalH .ImlH H H iBBBBU iBBBBBl aH tBBBl I r IaM tBBBSI f H H HSBBaa I HI H aH. rr l YTYT Wn ( (AKIZONA MINKK, KMlHlillKltril Mnrch, 0 1804, VDIj. UlU DKJ AICIZONA JOUltXAT.. K.tnlilNli.d 1874. f i- iv M'wr i I'll ix w i v.i i ri w ti. i i i i iu y ii a y vi i 1-f iv 1 1 mj' i ij 3 i n rnArma & ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER J. C. M AUXIN. Editor and l'rop'r. Vi Arlaona .Iourn.l-3Ulner is piiblMird y y day in tBe Jr e"Pt Sunday. , Arlxona Weokly .lour.ml-lllner w p Uttlifd every WeAueaJay. at 1'iwniort, tho o iaty iwt of Yavapai county, i. C. MAKTIN. Editor and Froprletor. TE11M3: t).it. poryeT. In advance 'J? :l..lr rmtntll I U I) uly, Uelivii.l by carrier to city anbecrib- p?r wek - Veekly, ixr yoar Weokly, nix month. RWWly, thrve month i, l eopy 2 50 1 SU 10 I v - Advertieing Hates nuulo known on applies Wu tkU utfice or at the following aw...

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 May 1895

A it ZON A JOnMAL-ALCNEK WEb:E5DAY...MAY 20, 1S95. V Tke supreme court hns settled tho ittcome wxquestiou for a long time to ootne, if not for all time. A scientist si3s those who have heart Okaso should not marry. Go to: isu's love a heart disease? Hok Smith's happiness over that $aOj00Q railroad foe has boen in wwsed by the arriyal of a new girl baby At his house. The editors of tho United States oonkl kill prize fighting in a short time, by simply rofusiug to print anything about the fightors. Afrs. Lease is going to practice law, or rather she is going to open a 1 jw office. If sho gets any practice the courts, of Kansas will need sym pathy.. Core also will domand a call iademuttv from China. It is tough enough to got badly licked, but it wakes it worse to have to keep on paying for fr it is now perfectly safe for British naval officers to act upon theirstate Bient, that the Monroe doctrine is a uivth, but it will not bo after March 4, 1S87. In jriviug his endorsement to the nmn...

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. — 29 May 1895

fan Regular t and gar- oupattons nut was lusted by or .Hp giHitl crop on vi-v premising Jf" piautod alfalfa rr rn, sorghum WmtH)Iieksonnsas u uigoropgrow t ing afolmpaticli of B. B. Crapo, whiclmnjutetl this year. JohnSMof hsooi lias a fino Cold of graitf growitfsr nicely. Mrs-tv Miller is having a largo acreage planted to cor u and molons. Het .vegetables, garden and flower garden aro botlt looking fino. IStauiudYiohols have a fiold of gram rain." " that '4 -as been suffering for Villi x has put in a patch of corn.d Ih&rfloods last winter did constul bltdamaze to his ranch. oun-uauojhas nut m more land than 'usual tlfisA'enr. His graiu needs rainwwms corn ana potatoes are doiuxwiingly well. JojnffiDtpkson expects a fine crop tit ornWrghutn aud potatoes. His orchanl offered considerable from the late LTsta. 1G. WSst is farminfr to some ex- toxjtjHndihas a very good garden. coper is gardening on a market purposes. r. bBiith has one of the best ITT EX.' uigascaie inr Jn. ;; ; r fr...

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. — 29 May 1895

? mum t a fncinu THE LATEST- STYLES j-4 9 Spiff ant J. W. Wilson Kelly & Stephens WHOLESALE AND Q-IBH5TI ILIEIMIEHSTI'iS i n win and kraii Oregon City Cassimere Clothing and Flunuri. Klmierwca BUGHA1I & HECHT'S Dnri?alled A NEW AND ELEGANT Standard Poets SATISFACTION F Q. PARKIER .DEALEK LUMBER! ArD ALL KINDS OF IIUII.UIXG- MATERIAL, AT TUB COMMERCIAL LUMBER YARD Opposite J. I. Gardner's Sto.e, Cortoz St., PKESCOTT, A. T. Native Pine, Oregon Pine, Jtadwood, lledwood Slrinirles, Sash Doors,-Blinds, Agent Po,naw Lumber Co.. Williams, Ariz tf f nn .nrmmd mid insoot't my lino of goods, or if you wish to soli household, saloon, restaurant, or omor .r-i- u,.f nntniriit Tn short nvtrvthiiiir can bo found m my store It W V -.w j and I furnish everything from a bicycle lo a mansion. i MURRAY First Door WD Blacksmith and Corner'Gurley npcl Horse Shoeing and Repairing of Buggies; Wagons aoi General Job Work. rtF"Best facilities for doing nil kinds of ropnmugiu wood aud iron. Good mater...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 29 May 1895

THE HIT mil J AM n awi) COUNTY Hflwsy Items From Oar Own Town and Snrronndlng Country. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest 17. S. Gov't Report WEDNESDAY'S Daily, May 22 Build more houses. Born, May 20, in Prescott. to Mr. and Mrs. P. Barrett, a son. A. S. Clough has carpeutors at work ou another new house near the depot. Mary Oartmell has filed a home stead notice ou lots 12 aud 14, block 1, Prescott. The valuation of Prescott real es tate will be raised twenty-five per cent this year. Jale Marks ha decided to extend the cemeut sidewalk to the corner of Montezuma street. There will be an excursion over the S. F. P. &. P. aud Santi Fe rail road to Los Angeles June 6. Round trip tickets, $23.1)5. The new miniu; law is published in this issue of the Weekly Jodrnai Mixer, bent on application to auy addiess for ten cents. Tho various sub-committees of the Fourth of July celebration are actively at work, aad everything is . r i ' i progressing sausiactoriiy. The members of the P...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 29 May 1895

MP' Sir ARIZONA J OiniNAL-ALINER WEDNESDAY MAY 29, 1S95. KIVK I.NDICT.UKSTS. Tke Chant. Ortwul Jury VtUl a Whutoiale llualnoss.. Hie report of the grand jury was partially made public yostorday bv tii arrest of R. E. Dagsrs, P. B. iteCabtf, AW L. Vu Horu, P. P. Daggs and W. A. Daggs, all indicted for aui battlement in connection with the failure of the Bank of Tompe. Ii. E, Daggs was indicted three times, once jointly with W. A. Daggs, P. . B. McCabo and "W. L. YanHorn; iu another indictment he wa arraignd with Y. A. aud P. P. Dat?g5, and in still another his co defendant was P. P. Daggs. Seven indictments were piesouted against P. P. Daggs, three against W. A- Daggs, oue against P. B. Mc Cabe and Jive against W. L. Yan Horn. The oulv person indicted siujrh was P. P. Daggs. The first bench warrant was served upon R. E. Daggs. Mr. McCabe hoard of his indictment and came down from Tempo and offered him self to the officers. His bond was fixed at 2,500. His sureties were Messrs. J. 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. — 5 June 1895

t. s t JOUR N AL rrnT YYYT vrn crv (AllIZOXAMINKlt. KtallUhelInroli, 9 18C44) VUJb. .. A. -A 1 IXU OU iAKIZOXAJOURXAi, Established 1874. J PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1895 PRICE, TEN CENTS. ARIZO.N A WEEKLY ail Secret Societies. TVANHOE COMMANDEHY No. 2. 3 c1t first Friday of each month. Pilgrim Sir Knights coarteourfy invited. S. E. BRIGHT, 12. C FBKorRiCKS, Recorder. 1 ZTLAN LODGE. No. 1, F. 4A.M JV -cL lingular meetings of this Lods a "Kx Masonic Hall, 8p.rn.on the last Saturda ' V 0f each month.- Sojourning brethren ar ratomallT inrited to abend, ratemauy iu NATHAN LEVY. W. M. Jl. N. FREDERICKS. Secretary. Examining CommitUN. Lcvy.D. F. MitheU and A. G. Olivor- a OltESCOTT CHAlTElt 11. A. M. No. L 2. Stated communications the first Batardaysot each month at 7 o'clock r. NP' VUitinK companion cordially invited attendL S.K.BUHJHT U. P. K. N. Fbidkucks, Seoretary. Kxaralnlwr Committee 11. N. Fredericks, A. u alitor, Moms Goldwatet ' "' -v i mrmif i rrnfiuvrt i I U. U. X. ...

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. — 5 June 1895

A K i'A XA .1 01 TRNAL-3DNBR WEDNESDAY JUNE R, 1S95 Bismarck has comoout flat-footed-foe bimetallism. . Elevett lawyors are rattling away in a $50,000 will oaso in Oakland. Emptv houses aro scarce in town, but the plaza still has its nightly . loujigers jusl the same, A child was found starved to death last weok in Los Angeles. tt :i UJ trr n tiastn "nil i rOOftOlJ 11' umi luu uijj m uvwtu of a sudden." It looks now as if our fourth of July carnival would bo a "breaker" and that Prescott will go broke also on the day. A California highway man will ' never plead guiltv again or rob stages e:thor. He go the limit, 25 years-for both. A ProscDti eating house is known as. the ''Free Coinage Restaurant.' M . , 1 1 1 I I ae ratio estaDiisnea oy it nowever. is vory low, 25 cents for a dollar meal.- Thus does the poor white motal again face its fate. ' 4 i 1 , r : i ,1 f it. matrimonially inclined, the wheels bstng opposite each other. "Two tires with but a single thought, two pedals that th...

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. — 5 June 1895

'. MlsundentooA. Tho young Laird of Loobnow was a character in tho Scotch camp life 'of tho early eighteenth century. Ho :was cool in action and full of fun in iflaily lifo. One day he was detailed ito command a burial party, ami as -ho strolled ovor the battlefield his or derly came to him in groat perplex ity. , "Sir," Baid he, "there is a heap of fellows lying out yonder who say they're only wounded, and they won't let us burv them like tho rest What shall we dof" "Bury them at once," replied young gnew, without moving a muscle of his countenance, "for if you take their word for itr they won t be dead for a hundred years to come." The man saluted and started off, in all simplicity, to carry out tho order, and Agnewhad to dispatch a counter order in haste to prevent his joke from being carried further than ho intended. This recalls an "o'ortrue" tale of border life. Some Galloway nioas troopers were brought bof ore Sir 'Wil liam Howard, who was an enthusias tic mathematician. He 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. — 5 June 1895

HIS NERVES GAVE WAV. And the niuxtrrlnr Cowboy Went Amy u Gentle us fc Ijuub. It may bo a mattor of surprise! to tho rentier, tbnt cowboys over havo tho toothncho. But it is a fnot tbnt tboy do, awl Jl aui determined to sot tbo poor, maligned, goutlo, kind bearted obild of tbo cnttlo ranob rigbt before the world His aotunfc. ing motives in lifo bavo not boon understood. Wbon bo comes rush ing down tbo street of a mining town on bis broncho with a wild yoll, dis charging his pistol at evory head ho sees and popping over a fow miser able heathen Chinese, ho is no cruel, hard hearted, murderous desperado. Ho has only got tbo toothncho, and tho poor fellow, in all his gonorous naturo, wants to sharohis aches and Iins with his follow man. Even tho dentist, thatusoful individual in tho east, doesn't understand him, be cause ho shoots tho very moment tho forceps start tho roots of tho tooth, and so tho dear boy is loft to bis fata Thoro is ono honorable, bold, fear less exception. Ono dent...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 5 June 1895

122. irtnrir.ii?rnniti THE CITY AND COUNTY fiewsy Items From Our Own Torcn and Surrounding Country. WEDNESDAY'S Daily, ilay 29 Memorial day to-morrow. The weather continues cool. In fact, it borders closely on the cold To-morrow, being a legal holidaj-, the postoffice hours will the bo same as on bunday. The Bashford-Burmister Co. had nine full car loads of goods in the freight yards yesterday. ne citv council passea a new water ordinance on Monday night, in which objectionable features of the old ordinance were eliminated. Who has a Diamond drill for sale or rent? A purchaser or lessee can be obtained by addressing this office. W. "W. Eoss is remodeling the in- tenor of his Corner drug store, by making a separate place for the cigar department. Another man leaped from the sus pension bridge at St. .Louis, 120 feet, and was not injured. A special divinity appears to nedgo about fools and inebriates. Ex. K. E. Wells, Frank S. Emmal and F. L. Hughes were elected members of the Commerc...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 5 June 1895

i . , ' 1 " ! .1 I.. .11! N !! I -II ! I ..I . ' ' I .1 .11 - I I.I ,.- -, , , f f j ' : i I I 1 i j - .-- . I 1 ' J, 41 i! J ! - r AR iZOXA J 01 IRXAL-3IINER WEDNESDAY J UXE 1S95 AXM'Al. COM.MKXCEMUM. A iRMtttitlait Which. Several of l'res ottV iiHctrs Havo Atteiulcd. , Cokxcxicated - .The animal commencement of Irv inr Institute took place on Thurs- diiv, Mav28cl., in Trinity Presby leriau church, San Francisco, aud v'-prbved to be of a most interesting -character. The spacious auditorium of thi largo, building was crowded . to repletion long before tho hour appointed, and the decorations of ": the .plat form with palms and flow ' rs were in the very bost tasto, aud the profusion of roses and other ex quisite ndwers most astonishing orett to San Frauciscaus. V: .Exactly nt S o'clock the young la dies .' composing this flourishing sehool filed in, tho graduating class tMitering last. It is needless to say , ihat thev formed a charming picture of youtlTf ul grace and beauty. The exe...

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. — 12 June 1895

JOURNA VOL. XXXI NO 50 ( AltlZOXA. M1NKK. KfctnMIll March. I) 1804., PKESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1895 PRICE, TEN GENTS. JAIIIZONA JOI UNAL, KtaMlliel IK7-1. W E EK L Y ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER J. C. MAKTIN. Editor and I'rop'r. to Arizona Tourin.l-Mlner is poblislwHl t ry dr ia tke yr exeept Sunday. Cut Arlioni Weekly Journal-Miner m p t tadted evf7 Wednesday, at Pre.ooott, the o jiaty ft of Yavapai eeantr. I. C. MAKTIJf, Editor nnd Vroprletor. TBKMS: ) uly, if year, in ad ranee $10 OH Uily, ier nnUi v . .... 1 w uly. Mwml by earner to olty nabMsrib- par weak VUy.pr jwar .. r Vkiy, bix iBwrti 1 Jio YfcJy, three months I J Wuk copy w SrAlTertising llaUs made known wn applies ton to this office or at the following ftrowoit: aimer & Key, Tribnne ltaitdlnt;. New YHrk: Valnwr & lley, San Francisco. .. P.Ksner. Merchant's fcxohanse. ban crui- Where, the paper kDt on file NOTICE TO SOllSCKIUKKH. THE JOURNAL MINBR has made arraw meats to clnb with the following iMiprw t the p...

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. — 12 June 1895

ARlZOiNA JO DEN AL-MINEK : ,1. C. .MAKTIS, Kclitor ami l'rop'r. .'; Man who spell state with a big . S nd nation with a little u are again making themselves heard . the land. 111 . . The throttling of the anti-Gorman democratic sentiment in Mary land gave Mr. Cleveland another spasm of disappointment. The Colorado war has apparently closed without bloodshed. The sheepmen weakened on their propo sition to drive through the country forbidden thorn by the cattle men. gpin Cleveland's reprimand of Ad miral Meade has beon highly praised by the English papers, but even the cuckoo organs over here have been ashamed to defend it. Judging by the report of the speoches made to the democratic oditors of Now York, it might be supposed that somebody was afraid of the spread of free coinage senti ment among them. Postmaster General "Wilson up ended himself to remark that ho was always opposed to the income tax and only allowed it to be tacked on his tariff bill because he couldn't help himself. "...

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. — 12 June 1895

bmn THE mm Mill CO. THE B-B CO. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in General Merchandise Wft are now nremred to furnish vou all with this 'ear's it p ...... -ii i: r if ; nnlQ act ana manuiacuire m an imos ui auivo wvu rft nrfl Hnilv receiving- car loads of canned fruits and vogc- tables, botti trom tno jcastoni ana uossoniauuuow i this year s packing. sO-1a AVI A CI ii itt on1 T.nmocj'fiP I 5 J Llways Fresh and Cheap. Fall and Winter Goods Is Yery Complete. And InriteiSYou to Call an Examine Tliera. PTE HATE JOST RUOEIVKD A LAROFINTOIOE OF all Paper, Ceiling Decorations Aiid Borders Which we pffor ot 25 per cent, below former prices. OTWEAfe, The best assortment in Ladies, Misses andlChildran's Fine nch Kid, Dcngola, Kongola, Pebble, Goat and Calf But- nd Lace Shoes. AVhon in need of Shoes do not fail to sc a pair from our larsre assortment, t Men's specialties in and heavy grades, all widths and sizes, of the best malces iM Decorated Dinner and Tea Sets. ROCHESTER LIBRARY AND BANQUET 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. — 12 June 1895

Mlsa MrMuMlii'a KicHnl. Miss Gortrudo MoMulltn's dram atic recital last ovoning did uot at tract as largo an audionoo as has beou seen in tho opara house, but what was lacking iu numbers was made up iu tho appreeiativenuss of those present. Miss McMullin is possessed of rare dramatic aud elocutionary abil ity, and whilo all of her rotutafs wore good, her roudering of "Lauroam, the Marble Dream," and a Modloy by Emma Dunning Banks, woro ex ceptionally fine. Tho latter contains all the different styles of elocution, and brings prominently to the atten tion of the audionoo tho particular stylo to which tho spoaker is best adapted, aud her rendering of it displayed tho fact that she could make her mark on the stage, her acting being equally good with her reading. Miss McMullin is yot quite young, aud has appoared but a fow times in public. She is de voted to the profession she has chosen, and with study and practice has a brilliant future before her. Miss Myrtle Grandy failod to ap pear...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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