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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 8 February 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3. 1888. PRICE TEN CENTS. VOL. XXIJI No 42 mimt weekly joufiHaiMite. POWER PRISTINC HOUSE- T' K AKIZOXA. JOVHSAL M NE't '3 t llbiitshl'd ecry dy m Uic v. ar .H-i;t Minda lL- AhIZ IV. W'EEKI.1 JoiKNAI. MiXH'. 1 tlU'' i l ed f rv W -ati'-.-'l ' , Ht m-rco t, lie coai. s at of Yavapai couuty, ami cap t I of B r 'I fat; Arizona Publisiiins Company IE! MS: ')ny, M-ryt-ar :s advance Dii'V per ni'Mitn ,lrh.(l iivcied y carrier to -ny -irinr , ." week.. ...... .... . W. Kl- . l":r ar ttV.- lj.x months V.Vffch, thr. c mouUii- .... $'.0 M) I 00 sill). lS 4 ((. So .'..". I r. J H. naif, 11 K w, v-w York. I im-r A- K v. ' nb n- liuitduiir. N-w Y -rk ' W. yu a: Sjo, T.mcs Bui.Oij;, 1'bilu- dc I' la F . D.ike, sun Fran is-o. L. I. tr t . ii Fr n- sro. 1-u imjr A K'-J". 6 n Fraiu-iBC". WiiC c alic j.-.; er i- k-i " tHe. ;---dYer"Mii:: It' s rnad s wn on a: -; i',Uuu l - ihi- olti'.c or is I K- h -ve aKticn s .DAL iM .VtfJJitl Uil...

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. — 8 February 1888

tetKtf JQUBfiAL-MIHEiL 1 AV . . FEBHUAKY 8. 1SS8. c. t s i . j TOiLIAL NOTES, iiei.t signed the last r rtfintrics, of San Fran : , .gcd iu war of cut rates, - , ui prospects ahead of s.4Uvc paper announces . ovcrnmem hs resolved : United States a large , , an unclaimed balance . ' v t ounty delinquent tax . p.cj; y nve pages of the St , fwur paes of it are i dcji ;ijtion of ptopem , .'.t lk. & Pacific railroan .. . s are .'thnquem. fiichl, who was a . Ci vt-land's staff when ; jt, and ins been, and is - , if int;v.rr.y nh the presi- . t i he J j is a sincere . ,-. tht president and . . l- i iays the uhisper v. th:-t the IIn. to be the new A Washington telegram says that ow ing to the alarming frequency of attacks of robbers upon mail trains in sparsely settled routes in xhr. far west, and the al most constant peril in which the Uvea of postal employes are placed by these ma rauders, the postufficc department has determined to arm, at the expense of the government, every postal e...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 8 February 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. WEDNESDAY.. FEBRUARY 8, 1887. From Thursday's Daily. Geo E. Rrown is up from the Agua Fri;i. A cur load of beer juet received at Maier's Exchang saloon. Joseph K. Walker came in from the Mognllons yesterday. There was a slight fall of enow yester day afternoon and last night. Thomas King, the Verde stock man, of the firm of Fratt & King, is in town to-day. D. W. Clearwater has sold his in terest in the ice crop to his partner, E. A. lingers. County Recorder Home took in fees amounting to $483.50 during the month of January. Sheriff W. J. Mulvenon left on this afternoon's train for a month's visit to relative in Leavenworth, Kansas. A deed from John Clark to E. M. Clark, for the "John Clark residence" in FlagstafF, has been filed for record. The Champion says that the llol brook Standard will make its appeal. -ance about February 1st, under the editorial management of W. C. La xnonte. J. W. Wilson & Co , the proprietor of Prescott's great clothin...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 8 February 1888

J WEDNESDAY.. FEBKUARY S. 18S8. Civlns Add tlonal Compensation to Territorial Judges. It is to ho hoped that at the meeting of the Board of iijiervifors, held on Monday nixt, tli.it that body will reeog uw thf justice of the riiggestiou co iMi m;i"- by th- pret-fc of Yavapai county, and follow the example get by c ry th' r comity in the territory in tin- :i tt r of giving to the District .1 i L" - me additional compensation f r !i.lling Territorial courts. Under nd, !. 1S7-I of the Revised Statutes of in I .litcd Slate., creating the office ..nd po -crihing the dutio? of District Jud'' -. )t i.- expressly provided that the ., ')- of holding Territorial courts -i .11 paid by the countift r thf t rr.t-.ry in which .-nich courts are held." Jt w i- in compliance with this law that (I , rimr Zolicl: recommended, and the 1 e-t lt prid it nr. pied an act giving to fa- 1 District Judges additional !,ip n-.i in in thes.hape of mi an ji j .i salary of 1.200, payable out of t;i Territorial tre...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 15 February 1888

n WEEKLY ML-MINE MM ' ati s . i VOL. XXIII No 4 PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY L5. ISSS. PRICE TEN CENTS AR JOiR ft W3 ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNfiL-MIHEB. POWER PRINTINC HOUSE Tie- i:iZXA JoCKNAI.-M'XnK J lit- i ln-i ( . r I i m tin" t ar vxci'j.t SunJ... ti".- na Wehklv JoruNAi.-MiM i: i i iit.!i-li iJ e ;ry Wcelne-vlay, at i'le-sco-. M.t routi's - :.t oT yna;-.ii County, stuel caji t l of A iz -iih. IiV .1 he Arizona Publishing Company J. C. MAKTIN, Mauamtr. IMSKSCOTT TKAL a h izoxa ckn-haimvay. i'a n'ger January 14, 1W. J'.ACOX OH SHAKSL'KUtE. Internal Evidence in the Immortal Drama:- Attributes Their Author ship to Francis Bacon. low am! l.v Kjasf!ty A ' terms: ; ( r t-ur in ndviincu i-r iii'Hitll 1 !,v r-S " carrier to city r , i"'r week . , ;, r j car.. , - IllOtlill.s !iiv: months $10 Ml Oil slltl- i ( I S3 agent-. i'..i1-s41 I'ark K-.w, 'e:w Y-.rk. i .V 11-y . 1 riliiiii'J Huilelitur, New V r-: j .r A: son, limes Iiiiti.iiiit:, iinl-- 3 30 sw j S pu.l go n l-i.riT.-iii in...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 15 February 1888

J mmu jourhalr. 1 . M U"l in I'.H!' I Wl.PNE.SDAY, KEBUUAKY 15, lhiS. EDITORIAL NOTES. Mi t .!;0.), tiftnber uf parliament, ll.i- ' ! ' Cstft". 1 , : i jiurquc Demon at publishes ,k , ... i wb in i he Spanish lan- ;.l!.:.uO is wi the fidn for the j i.. .ninatioti and sas he will ; .. .ii r tble cof-teit Uix it. u . , . . 4;ingoii n large scale has t , , 'run and broken up in Sjn . iaihng vese! was. ein t . . , .ely m ihe traffic utiier ' m the whaling and . ! ; , tre new editor of tht , jct r, denies the suit dull a hard sheil dem- r ksnd ot a democrat, a f-iii flcdtd uncom- ai, '& is war.ud in ,i-,vr i charge 'of ror. i i' ernment by ;rv -, arrive m N-w -tcanwr Liiin, in 'in; i: States Marshal ' l l:M i, ,i in to have bet n .. . Confucius tt.e i . of i.t.'. who died 47H ' . t ' wc II a s , , . rv.,it -.nines, so must 1 ty t-.j understand the ! ! r known that cirbonir ! r; -. uoii of srea'tr ii trnn atrof the same 1 i .v hneider, of trie , , 1 .1 , i..ty, finds the ( . thn.!i) d...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 15 February 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 18S7. IjOCiVL 1TOTES. From Thursday's Daily. Henry Snaulding, of Agua Fria, is in town. E. M. Clark left for the east this afternoon. .Stages leave Prescott for Phenix at S a. in. now. A lot of fresh orange? received to-day by A. Aitken. J. N. Rodenburg went out to the Bradshaws to-day. The hig irize in the Louisiana lottery was not drawn in Pre.-cott. Franklin K. Raymond, the Kirkland valley mining man, was in town to-day. Parley Smith and J. P. Bruce, return ed yesterday from a visit to Walnut Grove .1. W. Donnelly and Mr. Green, of ft.- l.iml dci.artinent of the Atlantic & Pacific railroad, are in town. An invoice of paper, on the road nearly one month from San Francisco, triived at this oilice yesterday. K. W. ICingslcV, trustee, has deeded ICO acres of land in William-on valley, :. Win. .1. Sinimon.-, for $280. A deed, from Warren C. Pott.- to Louisa E. Yokin, for lot IS block II Present'., liar, been filed for reconl. He...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 15 February 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. "WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1SS7. ANOTHER LOST JUNE Now Being Searched For in the Vcrdo Mountains. byi a Colo rado Miner. A miner, mimed Singleton, lately from Denver, together with his partner, procured a day or two Hnce an outfit in this city, and with two riding horses and two pack animals, left for the Verde country, to look fur another lost mine. 1 lie gentleman came to this ollice for M.mk mining locations, and it was by that means that the reporter happened tili-:mi of his intentions. Singleton w.i- nt sit all loquacious, and did not can- that the public should Icarnof his jiii ion He .stated that he first visited Arizona in early days '01 or 'G4, and i. i:i:ii:n-1 for four or five years. At j-oiuc un--rUin date he did not give lb.- -ame to the reporter the miners h. td a light n the Verde with hostile Indian, at the base of a "black" moun lnouiitain. The savages were repulsed, :i- war u-ual then, when any considera ble -ody of argonauts went in pur...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 22 February 1888

WEEKLY JOIRNAL-MINER. VOL.-XXIII No 44. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22. 188S. PRICE TEN CENTS. ARIZONA ftRlZOHA WEEKLY JOUBHAL-MlilEB. POWER PRINTING HOUSE- Tne Akizoka Jodkn'al-M'xeu is pul)lifuel every day in the year except Sunday. The Akiz jna Weekly .TochxaiMinu: pulil'i-bed eery Wednesday, at Preteo'.t, tne county 6 at of Yavapai county, uuil cajnt J of Ai iz'jiia. Br The. Arizona Publishing Comisiny J. C. MARTIN, Manager. TEKMS: Daily, per year m advance ?10 W Daily jer month 1 W U.ttly, id livered liy carrier to cny eub- -cMlieri-, per week Wf-My. per year.. 4 " Weettlv.MX months - '' Wei-kfy, three month? I ' AfiENTS. .1. H. Hates 41 Park Row, N'ew York. I'.lni'-r .v Key. Tribune Ruildinir, Now Yirk N. W. yer fc Son, Times If ulltlitijr, I'hil-i-itolpliia K. i :. D.tke, San Fraunsfo. L, I. ris-icr, S n Fruicisco. Pntmerit Key.Sui Franoisc". Where, the paper N kept on file. IfAdvertlMii'T Rttes made known on a: -plio.'itioii t this uUice or at the t love aonei. - ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 22 February 1888

IWIOKt htm J0UHH&1-W11KER. J C Martin, Editor WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22.1888. EDITORIAL NOTES. Prescott wants a uoou commodious, hotel and the PrescQtt & Arizona Cen tral railroad extended to Phemx. A Kansas sheriff tied uj a pullman car at Haistead rectnii) on account of the refusal of the company to pay taxes in the state. True to Us policy, to obtain political advantage at any cost, the democratic majority in congress seated Davidson, of Alabama. D. R. Locke, (Petroleum V. Nasby), died At Toledo, Ohio, of consumption February i5h He as 55 years old and leaves a wife and three sons. What an aflectioncte regard is mani fested for the "grand old man from Maine," by the democrats, since his let ter refusing to become a presidential candidate ! In the University of Michigan, last year, then- were 265 lady students. These were in the different departments as fol lows: Literary 1 75, pharmacy it law 6, medical 78, dentistry 4. We congratulate the people of Yuma county on th' ir exc...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 22 February 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1887. From Thursday's Daily. Vaccinnate. No mail from the weet to-day. Secretary Bayard has gone east. There was a slight rain fall last night Hugo Richards has gone to Califor nia. Rev. J. M.Green returned from his ' California visit yesterday. Territorial Treasurer C. B. Foster advertise-, for the redemption of territorial warrants. For clothing cheap, and bargains in men's furnishing goods, call on J. W. Wilt-on & Co. Jack Brady, formerly a conductor on Hit; Atlantic & Pacific, has gone to the .Mexican Central. Tony says he is going to run "War lteld" for blood, on Sunday, and is de termined to win. The board of territorial loan commis sioners signed ami delivered $150,000 in territorial bonds yesterday. Robert Schoiield came in from Big Bug yesterday, to attend the funeral of bis brother, 1. J. Schofield. Mrs. Bones returned from a protract- t.. vis!! in California vesterdav. am took her husband by surprise. Deputy Sh...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 22 February 1888

MIZOHs WEEKLY JOURWIL-HlHEfl. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1887. The Bachelors' Entertainment. "The bachelors" did themselves proud last evening in entertaining their guests at the Bellevue hotel, and if they are not all married before the year closes, it will not be because they did not make a favorable impression on their young lady guests bust night. The invitations, which were issued av week ago, were very neat and were accepted by the follow ing ladies and gentlemen, who were present last evening: Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Foote, Mr. and Mrs. L. Wollenberg, Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. J. IV Bruce, Mr. and Mrs. D. Levy, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hutchinson, Mr. and Mrs. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. A. Aitken, Mr. and Mrs. E.W.French, Mr. and Mrs. 8. J. Cook, Mr. and Mrs. J. C Martin, IMesdames W. A Howe, F. V. Blake, N. Ellis, Misses Lcllcvier, Flora Will iams, Emily Home, Ma Jones, Hawkins, Madge Bantu, Delia and Morula Kobinson. Mestrs. Ed. J. F. J Ionic, Ed. M. Blak...

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. — 7 March 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1888. VOL. XXIII No 46. PRICE TEN CENTS. IRilDMI WEEKLY JOUBNAL-MltlEB. POWER PRINTING HOUSE- Tlie Aiuzona Jocknal -Miner la published every day in the year except Sunday. The Akizoxa. Weeklt Journal-Mini.!! i published cxery Wednesday, at Pret-coit, tie county etut of Yavapai county, auU capit 1 o.' Arizona. sr The Arizona Publishing Company J. C. MARTIN, Manager. TEHMS: Daily, per vear in advance $10 M Daily per "month T W Dally, deliveied by carrier to eily subscriber:-, per week ...... 25 Weekly, per year 4 0 w..u-Jv iv mouths M Weekly, three nioDths I 25 AGENTS. J. II. Bates 41 Park Kow, N'ew York. P-lmer c K--v. Tribune Buildintr, New Yrfc '. W.Ayerfc Son, Times Building, Phila delphia. E. (J. Dake, San Frannbco. I., P. Usher, S-.n Fr.ncisco. I'almer.t Key, Sun Francisc. Where the piper is kept on lily. JSTA dvertisin IliUs made known on ap plication t this olhce or at the above aetieR SPECIAL Viiv: -'a. auuNB...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 7 March 1888

mim ifflfl-T JWIIUL-MIMa. J. C Martin, Editor. WEDNESDAY MAKCH 7, 1888. EDITORIAL NOTES. San Francisco has quarantined against Hong Kong. W. W. Corcoran left an estate valued at $300,000 San Diego thinks she wants railroad connection with the Salt river valley. Iowa republicans are reported to be solidly in favor of Allion for president. The democratic campaign cauldron has been polished up and the political hash, served during the year 1886, has been put in to warm over. That ancient political "chestnut" about the "republican 13th legislature,"is being planted so early that it is likely to be nipped in the bud by late frosts. Three civilized (?) Indians attempted to frighten a New Mexico woman re--eritT into pivinp them monev. The a. v.aa j pj- D plucky little woman opened fire on them, killing one of their number. Army officials who investigated the reported attack of the Indians on a man named Jones, in the southern part of this territory, discredit the truth of it, and think 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. — 7 March 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. WEDNESDAY MARCH 7, 1888. XjOC-A NOTES. From Thursday's Daily. No mail from the south to-day. Mies Carrie Hopkins haB returned from Albuquerque. Sheriff Mulvenon returned from his visit east yesterday. The recorder's fees for January amounted to $337. Joseph Dougherty, at his O. K. store, has good wood for sale at $6 per cord. Read the advertisement, in this issue, of lota for exchange, in Chicago Heights, Topeka. "No money loaned in sums less than .$1,000,000," is the suggestive placard behind a bar of one of our saloons. Quarterly examination of teachers will be held next Monday at the office of the county superintendent and probate judge. Supreme court met in Tuceon to-day, but will be adjourned from day to day until the 12th instant, when the hear ing of cases will be commenced. Delton Yates and wife, the latter a neice of E. H. Witherell, are expected to arrive in Preecott on Saturday, and will go out to the Coyote Sring ranch to lfve. The patients ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 7 March 1888

AMZWU WEEILY JOURWAL-WIHER WEDNESDAY. MARCH 7, 1888. A Comical Corset Scene in Court. At this juncture the coroner desired to show to the jury the direction taken by fhe ball, and for this purpose pro duced the corset worn by Mrs. Burkhttrt at the time of the tragedy. ':You see," said he and here he drew the corstt around his waibt with the lace in front "the ball must have gone in behind. No, it can't be either the doctor says it went in from the front Confound it I've got it on wrong. Ah! this is the way." (Here the coroner put the corset on upside down.) "Now, yon see" pointing to the hole in the garment hrh rretprl unnn his hip. ' the ball must have gone in here. No, thai can't be, either, for Here Mr. Mather, the handsome man on thejnry, broke in. "Dr. Stillman," he said, "you've got that corset on wrong." Here Dr. Stillman blushed likt peony. "Well," said he "I've been married twice and I ought to know how to rig a corset." "Yes," said Mr. Mather "but you don't. You had it on ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 14 March 1888

WEEKLY JOURNAL MIJN VOL. XXIII No 47. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14. 1888. PRICE TEN CENTS. ARIZONA ER MttOM WEEUT JWMUL4M1IEB, POWER PRINTING HOUSE The Ahizoka. JoURSax-MntKR is published every day in the year except 8unday. TheARizos. Wkkklt Joubnal-Mineb is published every Wednesday, at Prescott, the county seat of Yavapai county, and capital of Arizona. ST - The Arixoma Publishing Company J. C. MARTIN, Manager. tkrjcs: n.n. rw in advance flO 00 T l u ; 1 - r.r mnntO.... ................ w Daily, delivered by carrier to city sub. ribers per week Weekly, per year.. 4 0" Weekly, six months. 2 50 Weekly, three months I AGENTS. J. H. Bates 41 Park Row, New York. Palmer & Rey. Tribune BaildiDtr, New York N. W. Ayer & Sod, Times Bul'dlntf, Phila delphia. I. C. Dake, Ban Francisco. L, P. Fisher, 8-.n Frucl6co. Palmer fc Rey, Ban Francisco. Where the paper is kept on file. Hy"Adverti6inR Rates made known on ap plication to this office or at the above agencies SPECIAL NOT...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 14 March 1888

mm fetEKLS JOUHH&L-HiHER. ! . Martin, Editor. WEDNESDAY . . . .MAltClI U. 18SS. EOITOIUAL NOTES. Governmut thouU survey its lands In this tenitory. Claus Spreckcls is a pretty good sized sugar trust himself. Minister Bragg has had an audierce v.ith President Disz. Frederick III, emperor of Germany, js reputed to be dying. OtAc-bnd and Retorm will be the next deu.o ratir national ticket. The latter int'iv.iul will run for vice president. lv.u- i u)k of arming the postal clirr.?. Jtli Winchester rifles. Better arm t. tui v. ,th ..graphirs Enterprise. Tiu- cit h l( ject talked about by tbt A'auquerque p-qrs seems after ail to naL- ur.iy been a iiy. Its principal proj,tt jf was named Guy. 'I he ov.rrirnetit ha--just provided the Na.i Indians with a car load of woi A lew months ago they fur- ium: o the Mt.cuis with a car load of spring niattrt-sses. Citizens of Hoi- brook i:c txpeaing that the next will bt a train load of plug hats and bustles. A bank !. urj.tr Bradford, Pennsyl vani...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 14 March 1888

4 ', 3 HIZQU WEKLY JOURNAL-MINES. WEDNESDAY MARCH 14, lbNS. LOCAL N"QTSS. From Friday's Daily. Lawyer Wilson is home again. What about a St. Patrick's ball? Chae. A.Kandall has filed his official bond as notary public. Percy Rider, formerly of this place, is now located in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. The rain continued throughout lad night, and waters of Granite creek were away up this morning. Shull fc Austin eent three four-horse teams to Jerome this morning, loaded with men and supplies. P. P. Bush, of Cauton, Ohio, who has mining interests in this section, arrived on yesterday's stage from the south. L. Bashford, proprietor of the Pret cott opera house, is negotiating for a visit here by Nast, to deliver his lecture. W. B. Stockton, recently connected with the Prescott sampling works, will go out to Jerome to-morrow, to take a position as assayer for W. A. Clark. F. M. Murphy and C. A. Randal went out to the Congress mine to-day. The latter has taken a po.-itiou with the company, a...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 14 March 1888

UHMA WEEKLY JOURMAL-M1MEFL WEDNESDAY MABCH 14, 1888. The Birth of the Tariff System. The views of Chauncy M. Depew, a possible republican candidate for presi dent, as expressed in his Chicago speech, on the tariff wiil be found below, and will be found very interesting. "Ninty-nine years ago, on the fourth day of July, 1789, George Washington signed the first tariff act passed by the young republic. Political independence had been proclaimed by the immortal declaration of 1776, but the country was still dependent upon Great Britain for every article of manufacture in metal or fabrics. With more gloomy forebod ings than those caused by the separation of the empire was this news received in England. It was the emancipation of raw materials and the birth of manufac ture in the United States, and without them the repubiic had nu 'nianife&t des tiny.' At the close of an exhausting war, with an unpaid, half-clothed and riotous army a worthless currency, shat tered credit and empty tre...

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