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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 3 November 1888

THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT OFFICIAL VWiin OF GILA COE.VTY. Saturday, November 3. 1888. STEWART AND VANDERBILT. Txrq Anecdotes Ehnrrln the Economical Turn of the Ifoted Millionaire. Many persons who marvel at the wonder ful accumulation of money possessed bysome of their fellow citizens do not reflect "upon tho fact that these accumulations aro often duo to close economy in expenditure. A re porter lately camo across two extraordinary instances of economy on the part of two millionaires, the late Alexander T. Stewart and tho lato William H. Vanderbilt. "I shared Mr. Stewart," said a Fifth ave nuo hotel barber, "for fifteen years steadily, when ho was a patron of tho Metropolitan Iiotel barbershop. In all that time he never once thought of presenting a gratuity. Ho paid tho samo pried that any other man would for a shavo or a hair cut, and that was tho end of it. It was oven nioro the custom then than now for regular patrons to tip their regular barbers once in a while, and particu larly...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 10 November 1888

Art zon a Silver GLOBE? ARIZONA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1888. VOL. Xd. THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. SaUished every Saturday moraine at SlQbe, Gila County, 'Arizona, -BY- EMJKJSEY Ss HAMILL, EstTOtS AKD 1'JtOfiIITOM 6ne Tear , Six Months ffhree Months... .54 00 .. 2 00 . 1 50 Advertising Rates msuo knotrn on triplication. GFFICIAl-DIRcCTORY. Territorial. Gorernor O. Meyer ZnXck, Prescott. Secretary James A. Bayard, Prescott. Treasurer C. B. Poster, Prescott. Superintendent of FubKe Instruction M. Strauss. Auditor Andrews, Pre-sapt Supreme Court Jas. IT. Wright, Chief Justice. Prescott: Wni. W. Porter. Associate Justice, FhcenujW. H. liaises, Associate Jus tice, Tucson. U. S. District Attorney O. T. Eouse, Tucson. XT. 6. Marshal-W. K WaMe.Tncson. Surveyor General John Hise. Delegate ta Confras Marcus Smith, Tombstone. Judge of First Judicial District W. H. Barnes. Judge of Second JtKlfeial District William W. Porter,. Plranir. Jndce of Third Judicial District Jas. II. Wright. (alia County...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 10 November 1888

fHEARlZOySlLVER BELT omaii rxvsn of gita cokkty. Saturday, November 10, 1888. THE KIXCTOBAIi STSTE5I SIIOILD BE ABOLISHED. Tbe United States has just gone through the tryiflff ordeal of a Presi dential elechon by tha electoral sys tem, which enables;a few men to gov ern the many.' ando in time, it will transfer the wholepower of elections into the hands ofa few, leaving to the geeple the humble occupation of con firming what has been done by the superior authority of these interme diate electors. They arc the peculiar and favorito institutions ef aristocratic republics and elective monarchies. The Presidential electors originally were mainly chosen by the State leg islatures during the time immediately following the adoption of the contti tution. That instrument did not de cide how they should 'be chosen, but left it to the discretion ci the State gov ernments. In some States conventions chose them, and the practice was va rious; but alter a time it proved to be more satisfactory to...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 10 November 1888

IflEARIZQHA SILVER BELT CfFiCIAl PAPEK OV COII5TY. Saturday, November 10, 1883. MIND IN" ClilLMOOD.' A MYSTERY WHICH IS BEYOND ORDINARY PHILOSOPHY. Leadln" Childish Characteristics Sensi tiveness to Impressions A Period of Great Mental Activity Tatlicr and Mother Astbaishluz Questions. The late Bronson Alcott had many un wholesome ideas that made him offensively eccentric, but his reverence for children did. a great letl to .redeem Ins character in., shaping the character of his daughter, to whom ho imparted it. Her best work and her best-is probably the best of its kind is tho result of reverent study of child charac ter. Tho subject demands reverence, for it Is a true saying of tho Romans that the greatest reverence is tho due of children. Tho mind in childhood is a riddle a mystery beyond all oar philosophy. "We can no mora tell when or where it begins than when or where it will end. The new born, sentient being stareSiWitlr wide open oyes on an un known v. orW. It is an utter st...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 10 November 1888

M ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OFFICIAXi PAPEIt OF Gil, A CO. Saturday, November 10, 1888. Xnttred in the Post Office at Globe, as - Jdd-clasi matter. Thie paper is kept en file at K. O. Pake's JAJratisinfj Agency, 64 and 65 Merchants' JErehanje, San Francisco, Cal., where con- i for advertising can lie made for it. Globe & San Carlos Telegraph Co. Office Snn-9 o'clock A. is. to 12 sr. and 7 to 8 r. Jr. Sundays 10 to 11 A. -sr. and 6 to 7 P. Ji. POST OFFICE RULES. '(2m epen from 7 A. M. to " r. sr., daily. Sundays one hour after mail arrives. ' Mail closes eoins Eastland West at 7rf3 A, BM daily. . . Money Order Department closis at 6 P. r.. riilv Sundavs excepted. Mails go to San Carlos and Haxey every Kenday, Wednesday and Friday to Catalpa, Armer, Tonto, Rye, Payson, &c, every Mon day, Wednesday ana I'riaay. xnese maus sloe the night previous at 0 p. M. . . ALONZO BAILEY, P. M. LOCAL. NEWS. The total vote cast in Globe was 298. Dr. T. C. Btallo is in from lit? ranch. 1 - - s Alfr...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 17 November 1888

mfcre t jjejM - 8.' TST$-33 GLOBE; ARIZONA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1888. VOL. XI. 5 : ; : 1 THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. published every Saturday morula; at Globe, Gila County, Arizona, -BT- HiXJKNEY & KAMILL, Bsnens axb 1'jioritiiroaj Oat Tear ...S4 00 Six Months 2 00 Three Month '. 1 50 Advertising Kales made Itnown on application. -jj OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. 21 . Territorial. Goreraor C. Meyer Zulick, Prescott. Secretary James A. Bayard, Prescott. Treasurer C. B. .Foster, Prescott. Superintendent of Public Instruction C. M. Strauss. Auditor Andrews, Prescott. Supreme Court Jas. -H. bright. Chief Justice. Prescott: Wm. W. Porter. Associate Justice, Phceau;W. H. Barnes, Associate J us tice, Tucson. U. S. District Attorney O. T. Eouse, Tucson. TT. S. Marshal W. K. Mea2e, Tucson. Survej-er Generalohn Hise. Delegate t Conjress Marcus Smith, Tombstone. Judjre ef First Judicial District W. H. Barnes. Judge f Second Judicial District William W. Perter, Phoenix, f Judge of Third Judicial Dist...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 17 November 1888

&VAw,.it.'tfV'tf'Hi,s THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT OFFICIAL TATEK 6F GILA COCXTT. Saturday, November 17, 1888. CLEVELAND'S OETItACEOrs ACTION. June 2d, 1887. tne Belt was notified by Captain F. E. Pierce that on "Wednesday evening Chief of Scouts Al Sieber and himselfiwere fired upon by Indians, and that five Indian scouts were the principal offenders and in stigated the revolt- The shooting oc curred at the Sah Carlos Agency, at the tent of the Chief of Scouts. Sieber's leg was shattered' and Agent Pierce miraculensly escaped death. The scouts immediately fled the reser vation. They! .were nest heard of in Banker Hilt, Arivaipa District, where their bloody work was renewed, and the Tombstone Democrat, on June 6th, thus relates tha story of William Diehl's death: "About 3 o'clock p. m. last Friday, Win. Diehl and John Scanland were eating dinnerin their cabin, in Bun ker Hill District, and after they had finished, Diebl said to his partner, 'I am going to chop down a tree out here, a...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 17 November 1888

THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. THE COCET UOISF. A3 AX ISTCSTJJEYT. OFFICIAL PAPEIt OF GIIA.CO. Saturday, November 17, 1888. Bnttred in the Post Office at Globe, as i ma -class matter. Thh paper is kept en file at E. C. Pake's AdTtrtisin? Agency. 64 and 65 JlerchantA Sjiciauaje, San Vrancisco, Cal., where con. tnakt advertising teah be made font. tUMJummiiii ' mimimip; 1,11 POST OFFICE RULES. QfSce epen frem 7 A. if. to 7 P. v., daily. Sundays one hour after mail arrives.. Mail closes coins East and West at 7 AS A. bn daily. Money Order Department closes at B P. ta- daily Sundays excepted. Mai3 go to San Carlos and Maxey every aionday, Wednesday ana Friday te Uataipa, Armer. Tonto.live. Payson. &cl everr Mon- 4ay, Wednesday and Friday. These mails tlote the night previous at 9 p. M. ALONZO BAILEY, P.'M. LOCAL NEWS. Par good- cigars ro to Van AYag ansa's. v . Jno. "Vinyard was a visitor to Globe tbis weak . -. Glenn Reynoldsf oar nest sheriff, is in from Tonto. County officials aro now ...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 17 November 1888

THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT OFFICIAL irAPEK OF GILA COIXTV. Saturdayr November 17, 1888. The bullion product of Leadville, Colfradof has 'fallen eff 52,000,000 in the past year. The output of the Gallup,. N. M., coal mine's Irani March 1st te October 12tbwas22ft?pns. e Stillson'tflutchias proposes to buy and presentJp the State Horace Gree ley's birthplace an?1 early lome in New HampsSire. Henry Villardj says that he attrib utes his success as a railroad man to the knowledge' he gaineaf human nature by newspaper work. An Illinois man,bet onsthV election of Cleveland, and shortly afterwards was placed jn the lunatic asylum. Evidences of his insanity werecenclu feive. Idaho Avalanche. The Unfed States Marshal m New York says'that 60 per cent, of all the counterfeiting dona in this country is the work of Italians. He plays the band organ to cover deeper schemes. Colonel J. C. Tiffany, of San Mar cial, the prohibition candidate for rep resentative to Congress frem New Mexico, is at the head...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 24 November 1888

DJjLJ X 1 vol. M. GLOBE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, NOVEBER.24, 1888: H0134 JfJ THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. fablished every Saturday morning at feloiie, Gila County,- Arizona, -BY- HACEHEY &-HAMILL, Ed trow aid 1'aorairroM SUItSCRlPTIOS KATES 1 pR9 Tear Six Months... . Three Months. .54 00 .. 2 00 ,. ICO . . , . . . Advertising Ilatcs made known on implication. If OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Territorial. Coventor 0. Meyer Zulick, Prescott. Becretary James A. Bayard, Prescott. treasurer O. B. Poster, Prescott. Superintendent of Public Instruction C. II. Strauss. Auditor Andrews, Prescott. Supreme Court Jas. II. Wright, Chief Justice. Prescott: Wm. W. Porter. Associate Justice, Phoenix;W. H. Barnes, Associate Jus tice, Tucson. U S. District Attorney-i). T. Eouse, Tucson. U. B. Marshal W. K. M-ale, Tucson. Surveyor G eneral John.Hise. Belegats t Congress-SIarcus Smith, Tombstone. Judge of Tirst judicialDistrict W. H. Barnes. Judge of Second Judicial District William XT. Prter, Phosnix. .". Judce ef T...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 24 November 1888

fRE ARIZONA SILVER BELT OFFICIAL a'APEK or 6IXA COEXTT. Saturday, November 2d, 1S88. Clsrelahd's plurality m Louisiana by the official rettirns, is 54,760. Nevada-cast 10.597 votes in the late election, or nearly 1.000 less than Arizona. Already - mere is a movement in Dakota looking to the admission of- tha Territory as two States. Complete returns give Cleveland a plurality in Missouri of 25,632, and Francis, for Governor, 13,231. The official vete of Arkansas gives Cleveland 85$&2, Harrison, 58,752, Streeter, 10,618, Fisk, 614; total, 155,- 941. A rich strike is reported m the 600 level of the North Star gold mine, at Sutter Creek, Amador County, Cal ifornia, which is causing sotne-exeite- there. The Tombstone Epitaph has discon unuea us aany edition anu is now published as a weekfy. It is a victim of tUg)Bepublican cyclone which swept Cochise on the 6th inst. The President has appointed Con gressman Perry Belmont, of New York.JJmister to Spain. His expect ed term of four yea...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 24 November 1888

)THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT 05TICIAI 1M1T.K or GILA COIXTV. Saturday, November 24, 1888. It will da valve upon President Har rison to appoint an additional cabinet omccr Secretary of Agriculture. ; . Or. Paul Gj)ier, a. Frenchman sent over from Paris to study 3-eUow fever microbes, claims to have captured a true germ. JLne San Diego faun says that it is reported tbat a diamond mine has teen discovered at Elizabeth Lake, Los Angele? county. Some Jacksonville physicians de clare that in nenstance has tho yel lew fever bea known to attack par sons with red hztr. California has' inci eased her vote from 196,000 in J8S6 to about 240,000 in 1888. Abotffebalf this increase is in a few southern counties. The latest Eg'rrency issue of the .Treasury Department is a 20 silver certificate bearing upon its face an excellent engraving of 1 Daniel Man ning, i There will be a total eclipse of the sun January 1. In ' Arizona the eclipse wilb'end before sunset. There was an eclipse r something of thesor...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 24 November 1888

"HE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OE'I'ICIAI, PAPEIl OF CO. Saturday, November 24, 1838. Xntered in the Post Office aVGlobe, as sec- "ad-clas matter. This paper is kept en file at E. 0. Paks's AAVrtrtisimj Agency, C4 and 63 Merchants' Esdwas, San Francisco, Cal., where con trasts tar advertising can Is made for it. . Globa k San Carlos Telegraph Co. Office Hrs 9 o'clock A. u. to 12 jr. and 7 to 8 P. ,X. Sundays 10 to 11 a. m. and G to 7 r. Post office rules. OSes open from 7 A. M. to 7 r. ir., daily. Sundays one hour after mail arrives. .Mail closes gains East and West at 7:45 A. B- daily. Money $rder Department closes at 5 r. B daily bundays excepted. Mails go to San Carlos and Maxey every Mondav. Y cdnesdav and t ridav to Catalpa, Arnier, Tonto, Rye, PayRon, be, every Mop- flay, Wednesday and Friday, inesn maus lose the night previous at 9 r. M. ALONZO BAILEY, P. M. LOCAL NEWS, go to Tan Wag- Per good cigars enen's. New go'ods m all 'departments, re ceived at WestmeyerjHuis week. The rainf...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 1 December 1888

-Silver -m 1 ri Vj M J3 (L a a -at VOL. XI. GLOBE, ARIZONA, SAtMgAYEMBER d, 1888 NO. 85 THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. Tablislied every Saturday morning at Globs, Gila County, Arizona, -BT- HAGEIEY & HAMILL, EttTOU iXB VUIETOU SUBSORIITIOX It.VTZS t. Dae Year ."t.,-.ri:';c.i..Si .Si 00 Six Months 2 00) Three ilonths v 1 50 Advertising Kates made known an application. OFFICIAL DIBECTORY. Territorial: Governor 0. Meyer Znlict, Prescott. Secretary James A. Bayard, Prescott. . "Treasurer C. B: Foster, Prescott. Superintendent of PublicInstraction 0. M. Strauss. , - Auditor Andrews, Prescott; Supreme Court Jas. jt Wright, Chief Justice. Prescott: Win. WiPorter. Associate Justice, Phoeuiz;W. H. Barnes, Associate Jus tice, Tucson. ' U. S. District Attorney.-O. T. Rouse, tucson. - - V. S. Marshal W. It Meads, Tucson. Surveyor General John ;Hise. Delegate to Conjrres-lIarcus Smith, Tombstone. Judge of First Judiciajjbistrict W. H. Barnes. ' Judje ef Second Judicial District William W. Porter. ...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 1 December 1888

fRE ARIZONA SILVER BELT OFFICIAL PAPBE OV flILA COVXIW Saturday, December 1, 1888. Tb Republicans have decided to contest the elsction in Virginia. Phcenir is clamoring for a purtion of the 100,000' appropriated for the Irrigation project. Hope she will Bt it- Harrison's plurality in Michigan is 22,966, notwithstanding the fact that Pisk, prohibition candidate, received 20,942 votes Of the 75,000 required for the cere monies attending the inauguration ot Gen. Harrison, 36,500 has already been subscribed. The vote of Mohave County tour years ago was 515; two years ago 516 and this yea? 471, or 45 votes less than in 1886. At Pjjesceit, Nov. 21st, the jury, in he case of William. Harper on trial for the murder of Walter J. Murphy, brought in a verdieljgf guilty. - The Board of Supervisors of Apache County'invite proposals for the ceunty printing, proceedings of the Board and all other printing required, for the year 1889. The Tucson Citizen is booming Cel. Lewis Wolfley for Governor. C...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 1 December 1888

THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. OfffflClAL I'Al'EK OF. GILA CO. Saturday, December 1, 18&8. Xntered in the Post Office at Globe, as sec- oad-cUss matter. This eacer is kept n file at E. C. Pake's Advortisinr Agency, G4 and 65 Merchants' Xxciuag, San Francisco, Cal., where con tract! for advertising can be mad for it. Globe t San Carlos Telegraph Co. Office Hears 9 o'clock A. M. tr.12 Ji. and 7 to 8 P. a. Sundays 10 to 11 a. jj. and G to 7"rM. POST OFFICE BUIXS. OSm epeo frem 7 A. M. to 7 P. Jr., daily. Bnniays one hour after mail arrives. Mail closes cuing Easfind West at 7A5 A. daily. . Money Order Department closes at b Ti L. daily Sundays excepted. " filails go tq San Carlos and Maxey. every Monday, Wednesday and Friday ta Oatalpa, Arrner, Tonto, Eye, Payson, Sc., every Mon day, Wednes4ay and Friday. These mails lota the night previous at 9 p. u. . ALOXZO BAILEYfP. LOCAL NEWS. "Uamols Hair'Underwear at West jaeyer's. The telegraph line is .agairAri worki ins order.. y Boys clothing ...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 1 December 1888

THE ARIZONA SILVER. BELT OFFICIAL PAPER OF GILA COEXTV. Saturday, December" 1, 1888. Seats on the New York Stock Board ara worth $23,000. Gen. Hamson will be 55 years, monthsancll4 days old at the time of his inaugnratisn. Frssitlsnt (Hefeland's official major ity in'Virginia is 1,535 and in Connec ticut his plurality is.346. The Con necticut Cfpnressional vote gives Republicans and 1 Democrat. The Glebe-Democrat says: There is some reason to think that the Demo crats may favor a scheme to admit Dakota this winter as one State rather than, by deferring the matter to the Fifty-first .Congress, give the Republi cans a chance to brinp- it in" as two States. " An Eastern paper says the failure of the Senate to confirm Prof. Albre's appointtaent as Superintendent of In dian schools has not prevented him from tiommencing his work. Ha has designed from the Institute faculty "and already assumed the duties of his new office. Mr. Ivan C. Michcls, the statistician of the United States Senate ...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 8 December 1888

ii -'li' 1 " nfrav?r-vlt- I The . - V VOL. XI. GLOBE, ARIZONA, SATUJpAY, DECEMBER 8, i8S8. NO. M '-3 THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT. ruUIsheJ trery Saturday morning at Glooe, Gila County, Arizona BY 1 HA0OEY & HAMXLL, Esitom Iks 1'iorEisiota BuuscKirnox rates: . One Year Six Months Three Months... .y... ....... l eo Advertising; Eaies made Iujoytoi on Application. 9 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Territorial. Governor C. Meyer Zulict, Prescott. Secretary James A. Bayard, Prescott. Treasurer C. B. foster, Presoott. Superintendent of Public Instruction O. U. Strauss. Auditor Andrews, rrescott. Supreme Court Jas. H. Wright, Chief Justice. Prescott: Wm.W. Porter. Associate J ustice, Phcenix;W. H. Barnes, Associate Jus tice, Tucson, U. S. District Attorney 0. T. Tucson. U. S. Marshal W. K. Meade, Tucson. Surveyor GeneralJohn Hise. Delegate t Conjress -Marcus Bouse, Smith, Aumbstone. Judge of First Judicial District V. Barnes. n. Judge of Second J udicial District William W. Porter, Phoenix. Judceof Th...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 8 December 1888

rHE ARIZONA SI OTTICIAL IMPHK OF Clf Saturday, December tardea. cirii, scitviiE. While speculation is rife as to what course General Harrison will pursue in,, relation to the civil servile, it might ba well to allude briefly to its history in the United States. The idea, widely preval8nt,t6at the issue. is one of comparatively recent birth, inseparably linked with Mugwump ism, is erronious. In reality it became a sutiject of warm political discussion very early in the country's history upon the accession of JefiersSn to the Presidency, and was precipitated through his action in removing J2!izur Goodrich, a Federalist, from the Col le'ctership of New Haven', and ap pointed Samuel Bishop,' one of his own friends and political" adherents, to the place. The deposed Collector was a man of great popularity, and his suc scesser was unfitted for the active dis charge of his official duties by reason ot his advaned igS Although Pres- iflent Jefferson, undoubtedly, at that time, held the view...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona silver belt. — 8 December 1888

THE ARIZONA SILVER BELT OFFICIAL lUI'Eit OI" fiIL.1 COEXTY. Saturday, December 8, 1888. Mills college, near Oakland, Cal., Las cnrfllled 22G students. According to ths Catholic Review, in 1830 tlieCatholic population of the United States was 50,000, while now it is about ten millions, ar two-hundred times the number it was fifty- eight years ago. A Jersey cow in Tennessee, recently made from 19 lbs. G oz. of railfc, 5 lbs. flj oz. unsaltcd butter a pound of but ter from a little over 8 lbs. of milk and the Southern Live-Stock Journal says: Think of it, you dairymen who keep cows that require 20 to 35 pounds of milk to make 1 lb. of butter. This is a singular coincidence, if true, as stated in a recent dispatch, that the official canvass in West Yir ginla shows the election of three Re publican Congressmen, each by a ma jority ct thirteen. In the opinion of tbase candiditis," thirteen is not such an unlucky number after all. "Yes, UncTSt-iccro. I've got a job far you, but it consists...

Publication Title: Arizona Silver Belt
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