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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 12 October 1892

;hcstof aU in Leavening Power ABSOlUTElf PURE Eastern. Sir chapter meets to r.;il services at tho M. E. Tr. Bon Belchers littlo iraadMr. Hugo liishardsaro edhomBto-morroiv. rr jr, Wood, Rochester, New rrt aatJH.'E. Armitage, Hillside, 5ts at Hotel Burke. TheStatcspwre Circle will meet mJio fmZ atMtB H" Hswkin at half-past seven o clock. 5.E.Lwa ol tuo b. 1'., r. x i. Jriaeers office, has beeu on tho lit tor the past few days, but An of the five inont lis' eld t wins il and Mrs. T. Hall died !Lanhv. The other child is also Wsrousljill Rao. Helm of Curtiss, and Miss fcfoKnOepper oi Lre 'roscotu wero -mecl last. us ffby Rev. A.L Allen. -ui last evening at liotol yX.M.Boosou and her two j..ktMft left for San Diego this iSiBBtoswndtljo winter. They !-iirn to Prescott m the spnnsr. The funeral of the late Mario t... UnrA concourse ui suinjtviHir i sorrowmsr Sires and sympathizing friends ls: Smith will address the wmr of Prescott to-morrow St He will no doubt tell voters t&ke kas done...

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 October 1892

LOCAL BUSINESS MENTION. Soinc Interest ins: Items For Al Clashes or headers. : "Siargev "Oraugo Bloseoni," aud - Kereajitile Cigars can bo bought otily at Aitke-irs Cigar Store. t f Call for tho PAT cigar at tho - Montesin&a Saioon. tf Tnipotiod cigars 12 J oonts eaobj at llio Jvovatouo baloon. Charles Rioo, proprietor.. tf Try Give 'of tho "Champion" Ci gars at Aitsvm's. A new brand and a daisy, tf Fnsli Candles received each week at AitkenV. Finest assortuiont in town, tf Fof trice Buggy, Phaiton, Spring "Wagon, or iitlvthing iu that line, call on isroout t I urono. tf isSno ittimyrtod Cijrars iust rooeiv ed at "Forcrs. Tlieso cigars are ox cellent, tf Dr.Hunley'&colory, beof and iron bitters at tin Koystono Saloon. The best toniff and uorviuo known, tf I will not bo rospousibl for any bills contracted except on written ordor. Wm. Dulki. tf If there is a hotter cigar sold in Proscott for a bit than the Pat, at the Montezxima, I havo uaver found it. So said Lieut. Palmer, f...

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. — 19 October 1892

iff- - iNAL-MINE 1 m P i IHI'I'.H" Hi1 I IWI HilHM'WIimiH W m I ! I BIlFWliil "WWII I HI II ll 1 W M M I II' WWW F h I II MM II Mil II' HI I'll ill Wi IM 1 1 I I II I IWi I I I II III '1 III 11 ill I I I l - - a. . i nrn ait . A Hi fill X. WtftfiT I y ! ffUTl NO r'TX tA JOOHNAL-MINEK j jfrts-" tfrtiff " I . -f 1 it -r- - X'rojirJr'tnr jl K I liM " 1 X) VI 1 2 10 JT KaiTi' lT .m; ..x.r - . i ....... S-nn lkriWimr. Nunc l..rk. l.'kcpt on lilo. Societies. rSAaHTSTESiriAIt. Statical- f 5 t'naay ft rani " " r . i. ... I. Cosher. I?ir E-tiaff of lhb Lodge at r ... i v n -v m tlie laKI Satertlav ETAi ' . .1 " I' tillillll 1. t. Al. Mi rriGoWter,lLN. jir.fB-'- . TTTCIIA'nEK A- M. No. P"Tttteil comm itucatioas tho luvt - - 41 1, I .11. If. 1'. IjOhlirascr. -n n P. AK1Z0KA IJDGENiu 1. mi " - it. . r . i . rfinJinirare cordiAily iaviteti OSEK OF PYTHIAS IWott LcIgo .S, t ifcgalr nicouas of this lotle i.w omnnii' in i niii rmuiHK ticriteatoattojitl- T 1 PPKlt'. M. D.. Wtwi- i.-,l Enroll. lTteWt...

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. — 19 October 1892

ARIZONA JOnRKALrIINEE J. C. MAUTlVi Ktlitor au'4 ProyV. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET " V ;.rOR kesjdxt: " - . ' "'TOR Yic&rKESmENT.--'. AVHITEX.AW K EtD; . OF SEW -YORK. Territorial - Repubucam Ticket. ." For Delegate -to CoScREsSt - ' ' y. W. G.. STEWART, x V-. Of CocoxuiS Coiisrr. . . : For Couxcilmax'av L,ace; " george clotf, .' " Of Graham Covsty. County Republican Ticket. KI.ECTIOX, TUKSUAY; NOV. 8,-1.802. For Councilman, AY- S. HEAD -VcDt Caip Yonle For Assemblymen.: J. 1). COOK .'; I.-....Qf PwciHt 8. E. FULLEK wil',.. -Of Stanton FRANK A. ALEY,...4......,..i..:...Of Joronu. For Sheriff: CHARLES II. AKEK3...'..,--.-".:;.Of Prweott For TrcMiiror: f. g. mECirr..,. .......ot ivwcott FatllOconUr: A0. BRODIE..,...., Ot 'lnot Grove RFor Pilrlct" AttorflejJ KOBEirr e. Momusox...i-s...-..ot iWou For Probst Jpdw. E. E. KIBKLAND.v...,.-.pt Klrlland Valley ForfiajvetYisoTO:"- . 3. Y. SMITH Of WnliratGroTO THOMAS ROACH .........Ot Tcrkej Crwk WEDNESDAY, . . . ..OCT. 19, 1892 Cholera is...

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. — 19 October 1892

tomorrow. jaCksoh came in from di- Christino Johnson's father is ww-nl will leave for the ifjoti waut bargains. Wilson returned yesterday visit to uis rar.cu in auuii -fnf T. reery, oi Stanton, m i . jttl to a - -.vj , " -r 11" toU3T. oecuru a copy to a friend. hur has moved his offieo jL row into the room for Lnniid bv John Lawlor. got norm f ma. j,;iiinsr the atmosphere and ll. w..wl f A f , Inni ,0gingau me ratu iuiuius. . l"r n ii . ..i aikespearo circle meets this ..f Mrs. Price Behau's at 7:30 411 tho former members "ted to bo present. 0. O'Neill, of Prescott, and Ramp?, of New York, have suit in Phenix against the t i. Unrtiraire Company, of r,.$isfi.K31.87 lor failure i cart or me iauci w -a.r Is contract- uu xiuva Company. Parker, chairman of the dom- central comniuice, uas ac tbe invitation of W. G. ia have Mark Smith meet y. in loint debate, no nas Updates for October IS and iTacsoa and Xogales respect- - Sesicanvas tilled at Traiuor's jlast Friday by a stone falling Jmin...

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. — 19 October 1892

'iTTTOiii Ill " " - an rMftiPnrmiTiiiii u " urn 1 ' jgr Mi-" LOCAL BUSINESS MENTION. Some Interesting Classes of Items For Headers. Al "Stargo," "Orange Blossom," ami Mercantile Cigars can b bought only at Aitken's Cigar Store. tf Call for the PAT cigar at the Montezuma Saloon. tf Imported cigars 121 cents each, at the Keystone Saloon- Charles Bieo, proprietor. tf Try one of tlte "Champion ' Ci gars at Aitken's. A new brand and a daisy. tf Fresh Candles received each week at Aitken's. Finest assortment in town. tf For nice Buggy, Phseton. Spring Wagon, or anything io that line, call on Brecht Jk Throne. tf Fine Imported Cigars just reoeir ed at Ford's. These cigars are exI cellent, . tf Dr. Henley's celery, beef and iron bitters at'the Keyatono Saloon. The beet tonio and nervine known, tf I trill not bo responsible for any bills contracted except on written otder. Wm. Dulin. tf If there is a better cigar sold in Proecott for a bit than the Pat, at the Montezuma I have never fouad i ...

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. — 26 October 1892

-w - . - "vnmr ft it rnMMnBMFTMimTfr i 1 11 swiiraTn-asMramaTTiaWTiaraw u i m iwimnMSTTmriTtmMwmMWMrMrnmTnnrrwFrmmmMvrMMmwm m nrirTiTTr,TBrniii miiiiii 'wtt "nriM1! rjifyi-i ' i ttt iiTt r'-iT"- J -2JCEJ,2-i--iF-r, . - r- . . --7- i-rt -" ' IIMW WHWH I m I III II I1 '' 1 IHI i W 1 t ' Jl II I il Hi 'PI HHHHUW I 1 HI 1 Willi I : - TS?- 7 . - f . - - , - , fx- .t.-OTP1, Tr- I I1 I HHP Hal IBIIwl Ml II Willi III I 1 I 1 1 Pill II WW I H 1 ' 1 Hi 1 ml WIIH Will II I Ml" MIWMIPI I 1 ilWII IWi 1 I I I 1 I 1 H I l-3X7!yom. r rwkmttr -T-ftT- 2L V - - 'L - f ' JlRIZONA weekly journal miner 1'VTV VT OK t.VUTZOXA Mt PRESCGTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1892 PRICE, TEN CENTS t ; low , 3l '0tt-2 ittTt. I. t.r aiui ! v !?f Si?JnjJKat mdo known i 19 fvteTw1? IUdius. Now Vurk. nrjam'S-T .1... ,s 1 " 7 . Secret Societies. V VI (HITS TEMl'I AK. Stnlal Ci.n. c1t fcrt i"rillay oI month. Pilgrim Kir KaiAU conrtponaly iutiUhL r. E. BsraKT. j'jjgr- -T l2TLii LODGE. No. 1. F. A A. M. JL jfl Bjular moo...

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. — 26 October 1892

.' - .. - - . ARIZONA 10 HM AL-ALLNER J. C .MAUT1N. K.lltor Mrt I-rop'r. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET FOR PRESIDENT. BENJAMIN HARRISON, S OK INDIANA. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT. . WHITELAW REID, OF NEW YORK. Territorial Republican Ticket. . For Delegate to Congress. W. G. STEWART, Of Coconino County. For Councilman at Large, I; GEORGE CLTJFF, Of Graham County. ; County Republican Ticket. KLKCTIOX. TUESDAY. NOV. , 1892. .. For Councilman. V. '& HEAD Of Cmp Verde For Assemblymen: J. D. COOK Of Prccott S. K. FOLLEK Of Stanton KflAXK A. ALEY Of Jerome For Sheriff: CHARLES II. AKEKS Of Prescott " For Trwuurer: F. (j.uiJECirr Of Pwcots For Uecordor: A. O. BHODIE Of Walnut Grons EFor District Attorney: KOBliBT E. ilOIUUSON Of rrecott For Probate Jmlicc: E. E. KIIIKLAND Of Kirkland Valley For SujwrTisor: J. V. SMITII Of Walnut Groro THOMAS KOAC1I Of Turkey Creek VKKSCOTT 1KKJINCT. For Jmticw of tho Peace (II. V. FLEUIIV. A. O. NOVES. ED1TOK1AI. NOTES. Mrs. Harrison's condition is con siderod crit...

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. — 26 October 1892

' 1 : : ' 1 -xz- . 1 - . Mil ie iwr.-'. 3T.-. J s fol vare, ;oodj s ar at Q 0 5. A3 3 Highest of all in Leavening: rower. Latest U. S. Gov't Report a 1 V 2)' ABSOmfEBf PURE 1 A. Moor is in town. ; gtott Greening, of Stanton, is in v .5wan has returned irom his ;tft California. Tboains Siiholoy is recovering ..a.SpelM sickness. iroderwhat has become of our ftp coirjwutk'ut J Little Poarl Laugrebo's condition jtatVtt a turn towards recovery, --jjidltlates .of both parties went cxe0i danco t oveu- fa citr council is doing a com-iei?ilabtevi-:erk hi having the streets "jtktobcrSI," Columbus Day, will be A&ftrved 'by appropriate exercises &"D. Bliss, of Ualuornia, has pur &3?ixl .1.000 bend of. cattle from Garland & Koss. James- AY. AkerS arrived to-day . Vntiifi. for a visit to relatives and friends here. Tko JorT.Nu.-MlJir. is pleased to be able to state that Mrs. Matile, of Whipple, is convalescing. On "Columbus Day" Oct. 2lst, a hirh mass will be celebrated in the Pat...

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. — 26 October 1892

i i "-4 MAY AND JUNE. In May. behold the cirlhood of tbo Twirl When nil her childish April tears aro shed. And, like n crown, upon her sunny head, Reminod bright with dainty dctvdrops, crystal clear, She wears tho first sweet bfessoins that appear. And with thoir virgin blooms Is ccmforUxi. lio! At her emtio the chuddcrixur storms have.fted. Tho winds thoir own light footsteps scarcely bear. On meadow and on hill tho bluebirds coo. And twittering awallows haunt tho aunsct sky. Each day that parses seems too street to die. And twllicht lingers lone be-fore the dew; And night's first diamond gltttera bright and high Doforo tho last farewells of day are through. But when May blossoms softly Into June Behold tho Year then, beautiful and good. Just passing into early womanhood. All lovely things appear in fair commune. And God secnis granting Nature ercry boon. As if some angel In midheaven stood. And poured tbo bleAlngs down in endless flood. By morning's sun and midnight's silver moon....

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. — 2 November 1892

Life U i T I7 T ATTT11VT I T 1 f TUTnT t f JTj 111 FY I j I , I h t I -If I v, n " - v ' . -uu m jLl JL f x 1 . A 9 mulaf fror issue thei ifo ;1 ro V01''-VVA IAK1ZONA.IOI UNA!., KotnblUhed li4. iUlZONA JO uiiNAli-MINElv fowki. rRixmeuousK. - t ia tho year wwi't fcunday. Ir-Cd every Wednesday, Rt lrvcott, the . .II-IX. Kdltor Slid I'ltitirininf. i I' .11.. ----. - - 1 u TUUMS: SarSdirtflhr carrier to RfcysuYerib- 'iiVfw " lt 'A W 20 1 .S&tbm month ; J.MIT ,a 10 . i V.t.x mad. tr,Miwn .... &AJ Tritea- taaaHt.-Sw Xt. w Key. Fran$. rier i kepi txa 61c srs&fre,c Societies r - - - - 3HOK tXlMMduXPEKSa. No. , Mawxl oon- !Wn,Ef' V " i,rj -V."l . . . i ZTLAX lAjri-. T A A XI IteiWla wetUV il thta lvii at nri-dimonUi. eilitnuufflbrethrpn aro tini('asniU .um Uold water, HA. nUBscaTT cn.vi-j.iat, n. a. m. n. ? tVin:niMv It. K. Knxirlciks A. (i. tw.ilom UoldB-U'r. tw.nlisllv lllYiUxi lO At4tKi. " " Jolih IIOOItKK. C. u X. E. LuaxiEXTvE. R. f IL & S. rSrSGXTAl--Goldttttnutr' CJiai...

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. — 2 November 1892

4r ARIZONA JOlTRff AL-fflNER J. C. MAKTIN. lMltornud I'rop'r. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET FOR PRESIDENT. . BENJAMIN HARRISON, OF INDI VKA. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT. WD1TELAW REID, OF NEW YORK. Territorial Republican Ticket. For Dklikatk to Congkkss. W.G.STEWART, Of Cocom.nT) County. : FOR Cor.VCltAJ.VN AT I.VRAK, GEORGE OLUFF, Of Gr.iiam County. r Ccihty Republican Ticket. KI.KCTIN. "I T V. NOV, I Sit': lr i ouuoihnan. Of Camp Verde - W- S. HEAD For Atsomblymeu: 3. D. cook :....or l'tvscott - "S. E. FULLBIl Of Stant.m FRANK. A. A LEY ....Or Jerome For Sheriff: -'-CH.UIL125 11. AKEltS Or lntt For Treasurer: V F. G. lUtECHT Or Prcscott -; . For Recorder: A.,,0. lJUOGlE Of Walnut Grovo SFor District Attorney: " ROBERT E. ilOIlltlSOX Or Proscott - For Probata Judge: - E. E. KIRK LAND Or Kirkland Valley For Supervisors: J. W. SJ1ITII Or Walnut Grovo . THOMAS U0AC1I Or Turkey Creek rilESCOTT l'ltKCLSCT. For Justices of tho Peace. . Cn. W. FLEUltY. ' (A. O. J NOYES. WEDNESDAY NOV. 2, 1892. EDITOK...

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. — 2 November 1892

2 es ne mm h aTam. tjaBBBBar 11 X ABSOLUTELY PURE - ' .... C..(..U.. ou Saturday .j.t '. " ... to the front lft for i"n- Dt T' " . half mast deal h of hcbuawwutof the i sitfcial tram v JLt& JuuetioB this ovenmg to gTUttwo commercial travelers. tfrandiIrs.F. 31. .Murphy left 'Jiheeast this morons expecting absent until uio muuuo oi aft-akin aud daughter, Miss rkaraback r?m tno. oast ss J. (t?a ai'enuiug sonooi i Lensi-toii, Jlo. rueuix nopu u- Scafe. :' mraf of the lato L. D. tfUSr toot pbco in Skull valley ou iadaT evening aud was largely at jesiled'by relatives aud friends of tu3jjeB1beisof tlio athletio club are iLLa-ded to meet tc-uiglit to devise Qus to redeem 29 worth of goods jested by a treasury that ibut$3hut j oar contemporary will just its soul in patience," it will jJes, in due time, the nature of . . u.w.- unci" frmrl Tfr. will bwadiffercutsouud to, from tho i'tiosal story of "stop thief." fttkrQaetu, of Prescott, was a 'gtafcr's issue of haviug oncouut h cyclone ou ...

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. — 2 November 1892

. ' V'" J - Xorrls Charged with Prei-nrlctlni;. Iu a speech at Mesa City, T. G. Norris, the democratic caudidato for councilman atjlarge. made the statement that "E. Al. Mills, secre tary of the republican territorial central committee, had stated to him that it was still the policy of the republican party to disfranchise tho "Mormons, should an opportu nity offer." The assertion called for tho following card from Mr. Mills: Phexix, Ariz., Oct. 25, 1S92. To the Editor of Tho Republican: It having come to my knowledge that T. G. Norris in his speech at Mesa last night quoted mo as saying that 4'it was still the policy of tho republican party to disfranchise the mormons should tho republicans have an opportunity," I desire to say through your columns that Xor ris deliberate' lied when ho mado such a statement. I have nover ex- ?ressed mysolf to an persou, nor do believe such to bo tho policy of my party, and 1 defy Xorris or any other man to provo that I have over uttered any such sen...

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. — 9 November 1892

ti sr. nes 'ICS Id 01 E ientJ mpal LI f; "fezOM"' E E KtTJ 0 U RN AL - Ml M W- ' I . n lARIZON'A Mivri? v........... . . i , " 1 1 ' i- wit 1 t " fTVTTUT I Tfl lu nnm. sv PRIM" fcrVVV!!!,lr.'' "J- r...T. ,.i,n.,' wiUi?.tify."- : t Sunday. rrt"v Journal-Miner 'J. t l.r at ITescott, the i v?-in.i county. isV? rjiir ml Proprietor. ..iaee 59 LgfeB- " IUJ 25 4 00 2 50 jks 1 23 10 ses made known on applica .fstfoUowtogareacies: S'Saa Francisco. j3at's Exchange, Fran- to kept on fil. Societies. nllSTEMl'U-UL Stated con Stlriiwofeachffiontli. Pilgrim LODGE. No. Ji - A A. M. T-tmN of ;iis Lodge at sun 8 n. xn. on tLf last Saturday fth. Sojounitos brethren are gocrctary. v. ace aiorns uum Mth rifAPTElt R. A. M. No. oW coramnnlcations tho nrt,t iTSwch month at J. o'clock r Skat companions conuajjy mvuea Secretary. . CMite it. xreuoricim, a. ui rToF. ARIZONA LODGENo.1. u .Uf moptinx; of tills lodco " T2ewi' Hili. Sojoununu brouircn s 14 aadins are cordially in viUxl L-r r.BGHEHE. Noble GraaiL ?...

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. — 9 November 1892

ARIZONA JOTONAL-HNER J. C. aiAICTIN. Kdltoramll'rop'r. WEDNESDAY NOV. 9, 1892 . Ghas. Krug tho groat wino dealor of St. Helena, California, is dead. "As goes Now York so goes Amer ica," said Cleveland in a recent speech. Democrats are now alarmed at tho prospects of Alabama going re publican. Lieut. Schwatka, tho artic oxploro ; or, diod in San Francisco from an overdose of laudanum. Adlai has written his letter of ac ceptance. If he had only waited a ..fow more, days there would have "been no occasion for writing it. Every railroad man in the United i States should vote for Harrison; no : other President was over so persist ent in efforts to securo National -legislation to lessen tho danger of their occupation. The Weaver electors of Colorado refuse to sell themsolves to the democrats. Tho democratic party is so accustomed to bartoring princi ple for party success that it imagines other parties will do the same thing. The race war in the South was a little lato in getting into 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. — 9 November 1892

JXi ID ucest a fill The ren's nent aent s the re sup- took and 31 this our you anj; ust! ar- OU E ; unci enu le, CTi t of aU in Leavening Power. PM ABSOLUTELY PURE TUiLT. --ii.n?ice came iu from tho lie yesterday. rales Arnold returned last -ovon-ih Fork where hedehvor- lot oicaiiiw iu a . "jv i o mo faraia buyor. !ises Howey was married hi tho nf the bride was not learned. i Biekard, superintendent of tho m Vintnir nomnanv. nr- Hillside in company with T. A. i j .ncMlrinL' omirineer of tho tin tw kpny. u democratic candidates return- : to town yesterday evening Sev- of them conunu mon of abuse against repuoncan ates in a uumoor oi mo is disgusting tneir nearers. accordance with tho law regu- t such matters ana iy proper advice, E hereby notify all peo- .Minst selliujr or giving my CZa.TL J. Eusjle, any intoxicate bererages whatevor, or gambling fikhlm at any game of chance, as, tkV QO 30, 1 suau pruwuu. iigaiusi, lr Inn a accoiuiuy 11.MM.V JUNGLE. Tfrner Mnrphy's Ktoomintnimtlom. 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. — 9 November 1892

T LARGELY ARTIFICIAL. The Original Portion of Hltu, However, I'rwsorve Its Choerfulncus. The clevis of tho Grand say tliat the most cheerful man that over staid there was M. Dowliug, of Min neapolis, and he had $G00 worth, of wooden legs and wooden arms. Ho -woro them all himself. Without them ho would not, to all appear ances, have made much of a showing. Set up on his high cork legs, how ever, and with his arms pieced out with tho saino material, ho would burst into tho hotel like a ray of light on a dark, cloudy day. He was tho victim of ono of tho playful blizzards of Minnesota. When it was over and ho was gathered up from the snow it was difficult to tell what pieces would withstand thaal lurements of tho gravedigger. Some of him survived, however, and then ho sot about to seo what he could do. Both legs were off close to the body. His loft forearm was gone, and all he had remaining was tho smallest stump of the thumb on the right hand. He practiced forawhilo walking "with the ...

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. — 16 November 1892

l-f." JOURNAL-MINER ARIZONA WEEKLY I AJOOKNAI-MINER - " t MlUHf W lU1t!lktt jour i m4cuum iETlV. Editor ami rruprlrtur. ,..ni now .. 4 m t-Kiimnta.--. r."5? :f-iB"" io ff'Slac Kites on l'pl- s?nv?tane UoUdins, New York. iocbant'. LxcnanK. r ran- Societies. rfVHOK COMMANDEltt No, 8, i IlUK18TEJlPLMt. Stat ctm- jKVoartoouslr Invited. ntt.Kwrder. , . .fflAS LODGK, So. Y A. M. 4 liSaUranvtiw of this UxU at Jnscnth. Sojonrning unrthren are . r 1 WSSO: Vmlericks, A. G. jltifTO U"" . T 0 0, F. AK1Z0NA LODGE No. 1. w Vlmsdy erenjnK at Odu :..!. ii.il. Soiourninc brethren WtoW HandiBgawcordially invited v TAXDGRKDE. Noble Grand. XtJBSW.Kx,rdinR Secretary. Hiiaday e"iuiw at wa teaovr M. Sojomnins knights in eootl btnnd rSii'.lr invited to attend. litlflMM15 of 11. A b. i 1dn Kale ClaDter No. 1. b Jteiak Hall on t"t Hmrsday "TCv. VT. WELl. "Worthy Matron. L B. ftoX. Secretary. Jrotessional Cixrds. M. tru V 11 PHYsMfMAX and jM(oa. Office In Office How. . ---rT-T It T 1U ,t taaKid Surwoa, lTwcot...

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. — 16 November 1892

r r ft is 1 $ & m " r n 'y-jg: , ' - - - ; - - - 1 i . r: .mt .4. " - ? -i s 1 it , 1 . .r ;r ARIZONA JOU KNAL-MINER ,J. C. NAHTIXi KHtr ami lroi'r. Will it. bo ZiUiqk; Promises of Mark Smith aro m brdor now. . i i. li lt was n regular democratic uuz zard. Oh, how cold. Tlnoxt territorial legislature will bo democratic by a largo ma jority. Mark Smith has boon ro-oleclod as delegate to congress by a reduced majority. The election this year has boon a regular democratic landslide, cy clone and blizzard combined. The democrats claim everything, with the now railroad in tho doubt ful column. Election bets aro now ripe. They will bo mostly harvested by demo crats this year. What disposition will bo uiado of "Whipple, Havowoany pull with tho new administration? Three democrats hold up a train in Oklahoma on tho 10th. Of course thoy made a clean sweep. TTnndorif wfi will atrain be of- flicted with tho illustrious James jF. Bayard, as secretary? California is conceded to Harri son. Son...

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