ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 3,576 items from Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
3,576 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 6 January 1886

A. ARIZ WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER: VOL. XXI No. 41. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1886. PRICE TEN CENTS AJYA k f Red. Star TRADE MARK. .Iliclurr7u j-Wr ireu Opintet, Mn.t1ics and J'ciioiu SAFE, SURE PROMPT. AT i.Z . ;jrs JTB tr JU 13! l.lm;iU2 t,iriM. atLTTXOKZ, XD. 9 I1AN hkncui For PAH I Ores nhcticicism. Neuralgia, UllHU, 1. -C TftllKM PKlrK. rilT C'FATH. TUTT'S PILLS 25 YEARS IN USE. Tit Greatest gedital Triitcpa cf the Agt! SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. Lot! of appetite, Bowelacottlve, Fain la the brad, with a dull itnuilta la ikm Back part. Fala aoder tbo aaoaldrr- Made, nllceaa tiltrr ratine, with dis inclination ta exertion of bodr trcinil, Irritability often per. lwaplrlta,wiia a feeliacaf bavin neglect aaae datr. Wear! nee, Dlulneaa, Flan criac at tao Heart. Dot before the cyea, llcadache aver the richt rjr. Itestlenaasa, with Btfal drrama. lllchly coMrad L'rtae, aad CONSTIPATION. - TtTITS FJLIJ are especially adapted to sa;a case, ono doao etTecu sueli sinner of fecllr...

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 January 1886

s. - - - - ; SHRiZQtt WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINES. J., C Martin, Editor, 4gWEDXESDAY. . . . JANUARY, S!rK - 6, 1885 . 5 OwJnz to the storm oa the night be- 'ifore New Years, and the extremely cold .3r!5. ... , .. - . ... J-J .1... .weauier luiiomnc, wmca rciaiucu moving cf the presses and other heavy machinery connected with this office, :t wis found impossible to issue a paper 03 Saturday evening, January 2d, as ex petted at the time ol our last issue. We are, however, now comfortably settled in our new Quarters on Montezuma street, near Gurley, where we will be glad to see our friends. THE OFFICIYL APOLOGY. TheRovcrnor is justly alarmed at the round of indignant attack made upon his misrepresentations of this people and has tried to meet cur assertion that he had no ground for his intimation that the people cf the territory were threatening to raid the Indian reservation. Night before last he took an article to our democratic contemporary which was intended to show the evidences that the...

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 January 1886

M1Z0NA WEEKLY JDURNAIMINRER WEDXESDAT.... JANUARY 6, 1S 9iuce r Kemvml- Tz Svi; iJ3 ot the JoUKSAL-MiKEa Ik published n tie rear rooai ttie brick block occupied by Kuan, Wurzburg & Co- catiancc on Monttzama Street, oppvMte Jlrt. KVacla's retumnt, -where oar patrons will hereafter find u. From Thursday's Daily. Dtrnts V. Diida u Ti'ited in hi cell thb morning by Father Gubitosl. W. J. Pjce lias applied for letter of sd Biioistruiiuti on the csutc of the late J. M. Murphy. Awocinte Jruticc Barne his tclegraphtd Judge Saields that be iriil arne is Pre ceui on SustJay evening next. Work ba beea resumed on the Peek r. ioe, the steam linistin work hat lag been u:tei up raising water from the mine. The Touiitonc Democrat will make lit ppsarancc tiext Monday. The publisher! vili hi Mestr. tlrawley and Tomlitiiou. The L'on Store chow cirt couuin hun dred ot useful, neat and incxpensire arti cle, .uitaole for Xmii p:eent for la.iief, geati or children. O. XT. Uracil bad shipjiJd to aitu 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. — 6 January 1886

i g - 3v - p'" -- --" ' : ? ' -- .s --iiHirn l ' - : More ifoiy . jtM cemBletloii, tare prepared, man f.tuo hroaied: Pr!. jrtoiel-iETWl.-t Oa jooiiar eiii. cMiTPTEJ. ' So.S MateeHe, la atae metaL sW 'Mot, oeaatMBtty bresoed nd rjcteled, at Five DolUXii racli. delivered. No. Stataatttff Imsrr lnrt- Ai;. finely cbad,festw!lmwl.rticUt Hefi"flly UvCT-l.lnT.cJ. rra ru-iH rn.xa, at Ten 3llnr cooli, deflvered. Much tlsa and money ktt beta spent In petfecUacUte fct-aarttes. '-J Uy w BOfb, lasereved over tie Ertt sent cct. The too mkioc lata received froo mbxriben later leaerr.f eweBWeo-lelloc. . . Tbe Jfca r-ri Kai ftraft of S 100,00) cora pletc tba PtdertAl. lt K U etintd that iiejWP l Tt seeded ta W ' ttcn fastcn inr till ib enMtien ot lie Matae. "iSrral nbMrirtfast fr te JSasstHre Statu ette n4 pfvxlsw Uie dtti-frfi MseraC AddrcM. with ncBlMaaPe., , KICaaAXT) imil,:ielVT. .acrican CeBihtec oJ tS Statue of Liberty, 33 Xereer MtfMt. York. ""r" I I I I I I 1 f I V K am W eisett qslckl relit...

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 January 1886

i m ilL ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER. 4- VOL. XXIXo. 42. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1886. PRICE -TEN' CENTS - WEEKLY t 9 Red Star fQUGHffURE r jrom Opiate, Zjatcttca SAFE. SURE. PROMPT. 25 & . AT DBUGGIST iXD DKALCSJL I If For PAIN'S: C3i rtr.:t .vukxu oariai. m-ttT Mk PQCAII DM .Catarrh u iitnm u m Lin ClranaratlieMrad t as. HrnK Mnrr. Bcstoir lUr Hen mrm ut ta.tr. near lnr;tlnrll AqilrL teller. A roalllvr Seh" balm bai aJn-d n euvl il I- II nil Afks ...a. .an lion.. A pur lrlp l nniiiml Intii mi-imuihi no plw; Hirrcab e ta uc. price Su crnli, Lt m I . 1 . i i . . . I a m . , - K1.T SsHOTlflUt. lrukiil.0c-j. , TUTT'S PILLS SB YEARS IN USE. 9k Greatest Medial Trinnrpa ef t&a Agst SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. Xea of appetite. Bowel, csetlee. Fain la th. keaJ. with a doll HiitllMli the Back p-rt. i"ia seder lb. eeeale.r. Made. rultntas after eatlor. with adla. Inclination ta exertion ef hedr or salad. Irritability efieayer, lw plrica.wlLa feeling ef kavlar nealrctea aess...

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 January 1886

i i t i it- : r ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. J. C Martis. Editor, WEDNESDAY. . . . JASUAKY. 13, 1835 rnOBAULYA JUSTAKE. A Washington telegram of January 4th ys: The President has decided to relieve Ceneril Crook from his command in Arizona, 2nd will probably be relieved by General Miles within the nest neck or ten daj s. G rncral Sheridan has been trying to prevent this, 2nd may yet be able to do so, ss he believes General Craok has dune everything human power could do tu capture the renegade Apaches. He thinks no one could have done any better than Crook, and stii! considers that officer the ablest leader in Indian warfare in the United States army bat the pressure upon the President to wake a change it very strong and comes bath from friends cf Gcneial Miles who . is anxious to try his hand auhe job and the people of Arizona, who have lost confidence in Crook, and have sent any amount of appeals to the president, cf both an official and private character. General Sheridan says it...

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 January 1886

i isswast? , gasasatw n a n 4R120M WEEKLY JOURNAIMMEI ?TD.VESUAT....JA'UAKT It, 10M LOCAL NOTB8 From Thursday's Daily. Tte Mtik of prayer i bciog ctaattai is P.-CSCJtt. A coiJ, 'iryitg north wicd bat prsTailed Jor jtvcrul iay. lion. V.". u, UoLbiat catce in from A!ta a-ii- it tttcicg. Tte ci'y rcstrroir wu visited lewdly lj A riSrabcr of sltetcM. The Ca'.srtc: mine, ia Cataract District, 18 mU id b; Tcrj rich. EUar.l IT. Cook his tiled bit bead aad Cft'S ot t C'C as notary public Jl'.s Anus Go! J stater wilt leave is a ftw Wcti:i ij: kti Lose in ran Francia . Tt-c Atlantic & Picifl: railroad company is nckitp an arittian Will at William. Mr. JernicA. Yil03 has gone to San Frcci.-co on a visit to tier motlier-is-law. Tss newly cSec'ei city tfficial will U icuCttJ ;r.:o iC:i on Saturday evening, Jtactry 9.b. 1 ourtwn notice of location or snioiag Cl.ioi were filed fur rtcoiJ tbi Burstcf Uw'crQ ua. We. D. Chambers tai deeded to trcd Z'bJ i!it Favorite rnirr.tjz claim, Weaker D.st.-...

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. — 13 January 1886

V r - w 3". I- . fe r j -" i It $i mm WEEKLY ' A fool is stupidity . Hassor tt the geppcr tion,"- Rr?tr Ii the t;-s8- force is do- , . . quescc. g.. Like all the arts, .friendship u taufcht by experience. Jjp Tco much prospity is difficult to get , a good aTerae onT The smoothest grade is the hardest to get a foothold on. The boy ho can but wont tell a lie j,Tfas made in ran. Not talking 'oo cinch is really one . - half of all the wwdora. Even the seinLlanc'c ol truth that is in a;lic makes it stronger. ' Pride and conceit are" twins born at the wrong time ol" the moon. " A namralfcolis bad 'enough, but o who knows better is worse. Caution Is grncrally composed of one part of principle :o two of policy. Health is man's greatest blessing and the one jencrally abused the mot. Religion is the deepest study of life snd few become accomplished students in it. Young man, don't think to succeed by rascality. All the best chances were taken lng ago. The careful man may succeed in the end, b...

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 January 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY I IwBi IB Mt. VJT " JSsar-''k V " -- . JOIRXAL MIMIR. VOL. XXI No. 43. R EDOTAR l tiiiKHaiiRr Abut! jrrt trim Gfttotes. tfwisitris SAFE. SURE. PirOMPT. 259 T D-roetsrs An T SiSIiW ..VtSELBB OVUL f JACOBS OH .wb:v For PAIN PBfre. "nrrv Am. 31 GUUB -.TOC-LI CaJ.I, ULTISOU. ILLS 2S YEARS IN USE. SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER, r ftimiu.iiwii munfum Up BCUf WHS 91 Ink mil PaJ t-eUaatiem tm nmlN at hoar ear i m ftc Mac r havtac TTirrtaiM Mmlmi ni ten. Dm MmikfTtl ver the rteht era. Been-eem BtSa. drew ma, HltMnililPrMil CONSTIPATKMI. Ttxri riLM are i to aaca eases, as c dnogeeffretliitraatoi sirens-nas tbe wank, wash tt ?jte3x with vara blood aad tcss tae serraos I'll en l. braj, and Impart taa Tto SI. Soil bT druacwa. OFFICII 44 Simrtti RiWTNfc n dci ud i I iiCATAHRH on turn alibi CIr-nHrtheHea4. Allaya latSaaaasa tloa lien I a Mrl RrMum the -pen of taie. hear lCmri Aqnlrk Relief. A roalttTC cream" balm has gw.-l an envi able rehatatlnn, dltplaelnc alt other prep&ra. lion...

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. — 20 January 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOIHNWLMIKRER J cejuntwtivxcK atkim view, J. C Martis, Editor, "WEDNESDAY. . . .JANUARY 2c, 1S58 J T11K rjLITHIITj. Tnf-P a mlnnv of cranks located near Las duces, N. M., who call them selves Faithists. They have about 500 acres of land, where everything is owned in common, hich is called Shalam. "William Howland, Boston, originally purchased the land, and it is held in his name. He comes out twice a year to loot after the interests of the colony. A Dr. Ncwbrough is the local manager. . The members of the colony do not rainy, though children are born. Affin ities govern the sexual relations of these colonists. There have been a number of secessions from the color 7 the pist year, and the rcputatien they give to those remaining ere not flattering to the morals cf the community. One man decides each day the diet of the mem bers. Dr. Nebrough has written a bible to guide them, which he calls "Oahspe," and he transbtes the title "the sum cf all knowledge." He says in his ...

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. — 20 January 1886

aiiSSaaSlSt " " : i ' I! Bg01 WE6K1Y Jnumm-imiEs. WEDNESDAY!.. .JAJfUArtY. 20, lS5 LOCAL NOTES. From Thursday's Daily. Tac ttii I ot Hitcfccnck Mill anpW tb line cf ibe awtnei court. Pheuix Lh hH ten diy of the coldest Wia-.Ler cvrr csptrienced tbit winter. Wia. ArnlioM bM Iot a baach of kejs which he njucU tbe finder to return to h'ia. Prescott lui bsco wiihoot cittern Bill for uvrr a ek, but ouo will be due to tnorrow night. Mcsi. Fisher & Biibfbid have hid 900 bead 1 1 cat tie in tht mow blockade at La Junta, Colorido. Supervisor Wiegfistd and Jsdg X.J. I.awlcr tclt for Ibeir b cents la Tecto Basin this sfierrosn. The Prescott Gray bold tbttr requite meeting this evening at B o'clock. A. fall attecdicc: i requested. Prirste S:cratiry rhos. E. Firriih it cn lecturing tour through the southern part of the territory. Hia sabjjet i "Wbat I know tbout Prcclcmaiions." Jod W. H. MeGresr has aerered hit csnseclion with the district attorney's cfH:f, and lias optoed a law rffi:e io Of...

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 January 1886

p- ft i I It i MON WEEKLY JOWHIIKIHRER -WEDh-ESDAT.... JAXUARI" trj. 18SC On the 6th cf October last, Miss Minnie Dishcr.the dauber of aH trxJo farmer l.near Columbus, Nib. ell into a heavy, trancelilce sleep. She recovered from this trance on January 3d. Curing this long interval she laid to all appearances lifeless with the exception that pulsation and respiration could be discerned. When she came to her senses ber mind seemed dear and unimpaired, her Keneral health and . . . .n.rs riTl y i in iUiu paralrad. In -explaining her feelmgs while in the trance she said she was conscious durina the boe period, but in spite f the greatest exertion rm,M nnt nikor move a muscle. she She experienced no physical pain until on thefortieth day of the trance the medi cal attendants applied an electric battery but since that time she his suffered the most acute pain, and complains that even nor she feels the agony caused by the shock to her system by the application. The doctors now attending her...

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 January 1886

V1 ARK8H3E.B JOTIML MINER. . 'ttv . .irenf wry ft VOL. XXI No. 44. 1 '-t..kt 5 ' A. 7w I, t PITOCQ31?.vAIZOyA WEDNESDAY, JANUARr 27, 1886. PRICE TEN CENTS Red Star rra from QjtmtM, SAFE. SURE. 25 PROMPT. U aittai. TKllit OMTAIt, I Far PAIN at Dscaeiafs ttaaev amiii.miin(wwn.iiiwn Catarrh CREAM BALM Cleaaara t beHVad. tlaet Heal Hre I Bteatare tke Maa- ara off taair. hear- tasataaarll Aqnlrk Stelirf. A I'ealttTe Cwrf. CREAM BALM ha gained on envi able rebutallon, dlaplacinrall other prepara tlona. A pjrti-le l applied Into eacu noalrll: so pk!a;areeab' to uae. Price So cent, by t ui iuKM Bnu irr circa sr. KLTRKeTMKtU..Uraft-Ut.0co. V.T TUTTS PILL! 9S YEARS IN UtE, naBreataat Medieal Triaaaab af tbe 11 SYMPTOMS OK A TORPID LIVER. Laa efaaaet lie U wala caatlTa, Fata la tbe beaa. wltb a dall eaaaall batbe back part. Fata aaaar the abaalar blaae, Fnllaaaa after eatUf, wUfcala jBeUaatlaa ta cxcrtlaa mf baa arattad. IrrttaMllirafteaiacr, Laalrata wtth a fraliac af baalaar aaelacta aaaaa 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. — 27 January 1886

a. Jaw 5 i ES.JI2 ' : rsyk 'jrr - e i ARIZONA WEEKLY J WMIAUIHMR C Martin, Edito, WEDNESDAY.... JANUARY 7, 1884 The mammoth truth teller (?)ofthe .-"rett hasaiipcared at Wichita, Kansas . and has given to the Beacon, ot inat place, what he terms a true history of Arizona's Indian troubles. The follow ing is the story as told in the Beacon: i"Mr. James Luca?, of Butler.Ma, was in the city yesterday, having recently returned from a ramble in Arizona. He saw a recent notice in the Eagle con cerning Indian troubles in Arizona, and made a short statement of facts ai they really exist. Big Chino valley, lying south of Ash Fcik on the Union Pacific and west of Prescott, is occupied by herders. A cowboy coasplained to a ranchman that an Indian had bothered htm. "Why tJidn't you shoot him?' 'replied the ranchman. The next day the to-willins young ruffian took the ranchman at his word and shot a Nalapsi Indian because he "bothered" him. rafter this a six foot bully, for no better reason, murd...

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 January 1886

ARIZONA WEEKLT JOOmUi-MllUER. WXDXE3DAY. . . JtSVkKT, , a? u LOCAL NOTES. Fkom Thursday's Daily. 27. Sllis sad wifs ard Mr. He klei among the water-bouid 93Utb DOUSd tMC. Mlbd SiBRam gave a big mte.-riae tall oa tie nigbt ot t&e inn. the Brat act ever held to Mnh&ve c?uaty. Dome Menill Las resigned lit paeitiea a telegtapb tuwswiger, tad tbe pesitioa ia bow tilled by Willie Tiaker. Uwmg to trie deep snow ia lbs aouB tains truth of town, the work of pekiag ore from tLc B'ut Dick suae hu beea sw- pi-nded for the present. Thtre ia aboat thirty f-et of bigh g ads ore aow ia tight S the mine. The reported Iom of 1,093 cordi of waod atWb'nr,Ii pmred to La a canard. Not a sttck wu lot. The rrpoet wu started by a practical joker Uo desired to work on the feelings of wood owaers. II. J. Worztatg, yes'erday, received a letter from Ua partner, I.Kaha, etating that he vat mow bound at Cuo'.idge, Kaa- t; with good prospects of conilnnirg there for tcnut ime. Miller Creek, during thi Siar...

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 January 1886

.7 . " ;- a" v J -a r J- ' - .awaBawawaawaBBt-- . aaBBBaw - m - n in ti rf iiiMiiHw .iViiiMi ii ii i iiiTmt inm i4i ulim i m I '11 US 1- 9 ARIZONA WEEKLY JOWtNAl-MNEII. h "WEDNESDAY.. JAXUAHT,, 27 1S35 Hews, lutes utfCHMNts. ' A tramp in Los Angeles, Cal, stole a marble slab weighing eighty pound. About 1,900 electric lights axe bow utog-a-Boitos nightly. Sir children were lecently femed to . dcathiniule Rrxk, Arkansas. Ohio's public schools cost $10,093,939 ast year. "The local editor of the Pueblo, Col, Chieftain, is a deaf mute. In Germany they havw benan t make " piano cases of compressed paper. There are 150 newspspers ia tie United States printed by colored men. ilrT W .A. Crutoff is engaged upon a history of the Vanderbilt family, which will be published in the spring. . "How to be Happy Though Married," is the alarmiag title of a volume that has been presented to Princess Beatrice. Mr?. Everett, of Fremont, Ohio, hid her diamonds, woith $2,000 ia the ash barrel and afterward...

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. — 3 February 1886

fc in WEEKLY JOURNAL- VOL. XXI No. 45. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1886. PawaaawawB MS! R. JJ - ARIZONA T 5 I nit Red Star TRADE V?MAWK. UGHJFtE "1 JNoUMlf SSaWSWaW'' r'rce trwtm Upiattt, Emxtic SAFE. SURE. 25 PROMPT. at Dsrcoisrs sra nuat TU 1MIS1 WJ J. TMUU millT, btRMANREMI For PAIN Cms SacnMtisJt, I H.r.1 . InlM, a Mb pitfc r. rirr v crrTa, t usitMliri. . tuua mouuai.miinaivin, mLtisoas. aa. Catarrh CREAM BALM (.Irauae thrtf east, Alias IbIw tlB Hralt stare. eat.rc ihr Mra svr r ta.tr. hear lBC.atrll Aqtlrb Rrtlrr. A INxltlve CR?AM BALM bs calul n eml- able refutation, dl.placlnr all other pn-para. lion. A iwrtl'-le 1 .milled Into eac nostril no pala; a;reeabe to use. Price So cents, by mall or ut rult Sud ferclrru ar. KLT HK8THKH. lru.-rll. Owrrn. V. T TUTT'S PILLS ,2S VEAMIN DIE. MtdlealTri SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. lateeaf appetite, Basvala eaatl ve, Fala la the head, with a stall maulii la lha hack Bare Fala wader th. aaaalAsr Made. Fallaaaa altar atlas;, with...

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. — 3 February 1886

5 -5k u -- 1".. 1 5, 18SC ciEauAi. vkbk rmucw. The traduceri of General Crock will now probably begin to trial sail so as to join the throng who will sing hit praises when the last of the hostile Indians arc either killed or captured. The persev erance and patience with which he has conducted tho campaign against the hostile Indians should command the admiration of alL The troops have ben in constant pursuit when the attempt seemed almost hopeless, and the dis advantages seemed so great that a less determined man would have given up in despair. General Crook however knew the character of his foe and he knew that by unceasing pursuit and by giving the enemy no chance of rest they must sooner or later be compelled to give up. During all these months of patient pur suit when the tide of war seemed against him General Crook was the subject of the most severe and unjust criticism on the part of a portion of the press and people of this territory. To all of this however he paid no attenti...

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. — 3 February 1886

IRIZOlU WEEKLY JOWNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY. . . .FEBRUARY, 3, 1866 LOCAX NOTES- Fxou Thursday's Daily. I). W. Dild employ a large portion af fill tiaie, at present, reading. J JE., Brown wtat oat to-dsv to work at the Lynx Creek placr mint. Aa old folk' coaccrt under the tiirictioa ot Prof eat r Tboma would be well patroc ixad. Hod. A. 0. Baker, of Pherjix, bu bern appointed a member ot tbe Normal School Board. T& aormal acbool, at Temp, hu a good praapect of opening with about thirty papila. Read tba programme ia today issne of tbe parriog match to come off en the 3ib ot February. Workaea are engaged ia repairing tbe county building formerly occupied by tbe JoOLXAL-MlKCB. Maricopa county h.ad tbe liat of priaoa ra tnraisbel tba territorial priaoa Iaat quarter with 12 prisoners . Hon. W. II. Robhini it in town from Alexandra, and rcporta lota of aaow in tba Bonn tains aoutb of Preacott. Prof. J. A . Church haa beua appointed a mtmber of the V. S. Mint Commission to Beet in PhiUdiphi,...

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. — 3 February 1886

l3 kv,V-,-i mi i-1 V- f - - i - .dSS ktNllUM. Where... .tu. new year, -gResclYed, that I will pay as I go en the railroad. That I will honestly and closely scan my neighbor's fault and help him to correct them. That I will not spend so raach money on clothes for ray wife. That I will quit smoking in places where it'is positively forbidden. That I will not write any reminiscen ces of the war. That I will not make shorter prayers and longer subscriptions. Hut I will not say "beg your pardon" to ray neighbor's wife, and "Huh!" to ay own. That I will not play lawn tennis for at least three months. That I will not bite off more than I Jr (can chew. 1 .. 1 hat 1 will not worry ana iret aooai what would become of the other eight or ininc billions of" people in the world if I should die. That I will not slop over. That I will study my lessens and keep j my face clean. That if I fail in any of these resolu- ions it will- be somebody else's fault. That I can cet along well enough with everybo...

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