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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 2 May 1888

i IF & -4- WEEKLY ARIZONA MINE 3 VrtT. YYV Vrt S Artaaaa SUaer. KaCakllake March , 1M.) PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1888. PRICE TEN GENTS. .1- f TAITTI IT 1 T JUIKINAL mm WEEKLY JWBMAL-MINEIL POWER PRINTING HOUSE The Akizona Jouexal-Mineu is published every day id the year except Sunday. The Arizona Weekly Jodknl-Minr 1b publi-bed e cry Wednesday, at Prescott, the county t. at of Yavapai couuty, and cap!tl of Arizoui. bt The Arizona Publishing Company J. C. MARTIN, Manager. tehms: Dally, per year m advance $10 00 Daily per month 1 00 Daily, delivered by carrier to cuy Bub- t-ciiberf, per week 25 Weekly, per year 4 0 Weekly, six months 2 50 Weekly, three moDtbs I 25 Single copy........ u AGENTS. J. H. Bate, 41 Park Row; New York. Palmer & Rey. Tribune Buildintr, New York N. W. Aycr & Son, Times Building, Phila delphia. . C. Date, An Francisco. L, P. Fisher, 8 .n Francisco. Palmer fc Key, Bin Francisco. Where the paper i- kept on file. "Advertising Rites made know...

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 May 1888

KOU J. C IfAKTiM, Editor. WEDNESDAY MAY 2. 1888. EDITORIAL NOTES. Silver ii quvted at 93, and copper at $16.70. Apache county hat tbrte flouring mills in operation. Illinois democrats hope to carry that state by a free whisky proposition. The democratic territorial convention will be composed of sixty-four delegates. The territorial democratic convention will meet in Fhenix next Monday, May 7th. Pima county democrats seem to think that L. G Hughes' democracy is sound enough for them. Dr. Mahoney has been suspended from the position of superintendent of the insane asylum. Senator Voorhecs delivered himself of a very strong partisan speech in the sen ate on the 5th KMt Cochise caunty has instructed her del egates for Judge Berry as delegate to the St Louis coavention. It is reported that both delegates from Arizona will support Governor Alger for the presidential nomination. Kentucky's late democratic state treas urer, "Honest Old Jim Tate," has been found to be short $230,000. A brot...

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 May 1888

HZMU WEEKLY JMHMU.4mOL WEDNESDAY MAY 2, 1888 LOG HOTES. From Thursday's Daily. The democracy polled 204 votes yes terday. Final county has instructed delegates for J. C. Herndon. The Williamson valley bridal party returned last evening. F. M. Murphy returned from the Congre nomine last evening. An Ohio physician is prospecting for a location, and thinks of doing bo in Preacott. Both the Fheniz and Whipple tele graph offices were cut out by the recent thunder storm. The Herndon ticket was elected by a majority of about eight at yesterday's primary election. W. B. Jones and wife have rented the Beach residence, recently occupied by Oscar Vanderbilt. Two French cooks arrived last night to take positions in the culinary de partment of the Williams House. The advertisement of the Williams House, which has recently been remod eled and refurnished, appears in this issue. J. B. Slack is more plesed than ever with Prescott since his return here after wit nessing the collapse of the Californi...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 2 May 1888

'IT IRIZOHA WEEKLY ANAL-MINER WEDNESDAY .MAY 2, 1S8S. THE REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. From the HciaU's rquituf ihe re-imb- lican cwvctit: iirui i.J I'htnix on Wednesday, Apiil 251b, we condense the following: The numotr of d.-ic- cates uresei't wr.s the largit that has ever attended a ronvention in :he terri tory f r the purpose of nominating dele gates to the national convention and brought together a mnprity of the ablest and most Ldented men of the territory, an assemblage in every way creditable to republicanism. The convention was called to order by Col. William Chiisty, thai man of the republican u-mtonal central committee and after a selection by the band the Rev. S. D. Fulton offered an eloquert and impressive prayer R. E. Sloan, of Florence, was elected temporary chaimun and Herbert Brown, ct Tacson.and J. W. Dorrington, of Yutoa, were elected temporary sec retaries. On the permanent organ izittun ol the .convention Win. Christy was elected rhr.irman and N. A. Mortord and Geo. P...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 9 May 1888

JOURNAL-MINER. VOL. XXV No. 9. ITiSS ?ztt2ln:&ril9 " PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 1888. PRICE TN CENTS. ARIZONA WE1KLV nam weekly Jomm-iiitEn POWER PRINTIIIC HOUSE The Akizoha Joubnai.-Mwb is published yery day In the yew except BHnday. The Arizona. Wiiilt Jockmal-Minck is nubll'hed every- Weanesasy, at rreecoit, uie county seat of Tayapal coanty, aad capttl of ArUon- BT The Arizona Publisfctag Company J. C. MARTIN, Manager. tibms: Dal 'y, per year in advance $10 00 Dally', per month 1 00 Dajly. delivered by carrier to city sub- crlberf, per week -5 Weekly, per year... 4 0 Weekly, six months. l M Weekly, three months I 25 BlnRle copy 10 AGENTS. J.H. Bates, 41 Park Row, New York. Palmer A Rey, Tribune BBildin?. New York N. W.AyerA Son, Times Building, Phila delphia. I. C. Daks, Baa FWUJeiaco. L, P. Fisher, ia Francisco. Palmer & Rey, Ban Francisco. Wkere the paper is kept oa file. OfAd re r Uftia K Rates made known on ap plication to this office or at the above agenci...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 9 May 1888

r -KT" "1 -v s YaBBBBBBBBBBBal f - " -- . .. ( j i t i 170X1 ktEU.; JWUUL4UIIER. . C Martin, Editm. WEDNESDAY :MAY 9. 1888. ft EDITORIAL NOTES. Illinois is solid for Gresham for pres denL CoDgress should appropriate money for public buildings in Prescott. The current number of Judge con tains an excellent portrait ot Blaine. J. C. Herndon and Judge Berry are the delegates to the Sr. Louis conven tion. John L. Sullivan has been on another champion spree since returning to Bos ton. Paddy Ryan was Plugged out of the ring at Duluth Minn., by John P. Don ner. :. Trie Phenix Gazette is correct when it says that Prescott is the finest summer resort on the Pacific coast Superintendent Mahoney of the in saue asylum, is vindicating himself' through the columns of the Gazette. The Albuquerque Democrat has been enlarged to an eight-column paper. We congratulate Col- Allbright on his pros perity. Secretary Faxrchild has accepted the following bonds: Registered 4s$2,58o,ooo at $1.20 to .ityz. Cou...

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. — 9 May 1888

L.1 WZMU WEEKLY HUB WEDNESDAY MAY 2, 1888 IjOCAIj 1TOTBS. From Thursday's Daily. The sheep shearing season is at hand. A. E. Foote left for the Vixen mine yesterday. M. Goldwater & Bro. received a lot of new goods to-day. A big load of passengers came m on last evening's train. F. M. Murphy returned yesterday from the Congress mine. The Yavapai democratic delegation will leave for Phenix to-morrow. Mrs. C. A. Randall will arrive on to morrow evening's stage from Martinez. Bob Brow left for Walnut Grove yes U .day, after a day spe nt with the boys W am triad to be able to state that Mrs. J. L. Fisher's health is improving. Walter Darling and Dr. Dalby of St. Cf Johns, are registered at the Bellevuo hotel. Mrs. H. D. Kendall and her daugh ter, Miss Lulu, arrived on-last evening's train. Mm. N. Ellis left on this morning's train, for a visit to her relatives in San Francisco. Wm. D. Black and wife have located on Montezuma street, next door to. the Waldo House. Geo. W. Sines ha rec...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 9 May 1888

J'"'----" . A JUiZMA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. WEDNESDAY MAY 2, 1888. Tne Insane Asylum. Fhenix papers are quite interesting of late, and some remarkable revelations are being made in relation to the man agenAht of the insane asylum, under Dr.'Mahoney, that virtuous ex-member of the honorary board, who voted to re move the old board of directors. The "honorary" doctor lias been occupying nearly a page of the Gazette daily for his vindication, while the Herald has devoted considerable space in publish ing affidavits very damaging to the superintendent. The flowing spicy open letter to the doctor, which carries the conviction of truth with it, has just appeared in the Arizonan, and will give some idea of the way things have been running under democratic rule : A CUNCUEK. An Open Letter from J. E. Boyd to Dr. O- l Mahoney- To O. L. Ma honey: Your tenure of office of superintend ent of the asylum ends to-day ; but I infer from the affidavits you continue to publish that you intend to keep y...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 16 May 1888

r-sr v 4 r .fl v 5Si 3 ,4 it ! 5 ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER. TVOL. XXV No. 10. f Ariitaa Miser. KatabllHhed PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MAT 16, 1888. PBICE TEN CENTS. WEEKLY If at- at dC , E a 4 IMZMU WEEKLY JNRUL-MHEiL POWER PRINTING HOUSE- Tbe Ahizoka Jookxal-M'Seb ia published every day in llie year except Sunday. The Arizona Weeklt Jouknal-Mixkk is publl-Led evtry Wetiuesditj, at I'reccoll, the couuty at of Vavnpai county, ai d cfcpltil of Arlzoi-. iiv '1 lie Arizona Publishing Company J. C. MARTIN, Manager. teh'ms: liHy, it year in advauce $10 (Ki 1 j per month I fx) Id v. delivered hy carrier to city bud. ..- lbT, per week Weekly, per year Weekly, (six months Weekly, three mouths I 25 (Jingle copy u 25 4 O' 'JL 50 AOE.NTU. J. II. Bate, 41 Park Row, New York. Palmer Key. Tribune Building, New York . ... - . ti rr: 1 . . : 1 . i : m st i. w. syer x son, iimcs uuiihiii, iruwu rfelphia. K. C. Oake, 8an Francisco. L, P. Usher, Sin Francisco. Palmer & Rey, San Francisco. Where the ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 16 May 1888

WZMU HtHLt JHiRKAL-MIIEH J. C Martin, Ediiur. WEDNESDAY MAY 16. 1888. EDITORIAL NOTES. Emperor Frederick is worse again. Texas will dedicate her state capital next week. Another flood in China by whith 3,000 lives were lost The borax industry of Calfornia will be ruined by placing borax on the free list. Democrats congressmen are trying in vain to prove membership for Gar field in the Cobden club. Tucson is supplying Tombstone with ice, where it is sold for one and three quarter cents per pound. Mention of the name of James G. Blaine causes the average democrat to have an attack of nightmare. The vote whereby the democratic convention refused to indorse Governor Zulick's administration was 63 to 1. We understand that the Atlantic & Pacific railroad will shortly pay taxes, in this county, on the their land grant Gila county is having a war of factions along the Salt river similar to the Tonto basin war of last summer, in this county. New Mexico democrats have elected W. B. Cbilde...

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. — 16 May 1888

4 r J rr IHZMM WEEKLY JOUII!UL-MIKER. WEDNESDAY MAY 16, 1888. XjOCAX- NOTES. From Thursday's Daily. Eead the new time schedule to-day. Ed. S. Wright returned from Phenix to-day. Bev. Geo. Newton left for San Fran cisco to-day. Lieutenant Noyee, of the Ninth In fantry, has been assigned to duty at West Point. Dr. C. A. Dorman and wife, of the holiness band, have gone to New Haven, Connecticut. The Kansas board of railroad com missioners contemplate a visit to Pres cott this month. Barret post G. A. R. is making prepa rations for an appropriate celebration of Memorial day. Captain Russell's company is ex pected to arrive at Whipple during the wirly part of next week. Captain W. F. R. Schindler left to day for California, to attend the grand lodge Knights of Honor. Geo. W. Sines has been out at Verde station to-day, superintending the erec tion of his new building there. W. H. Smith, of Williamson valley, the jolliest cowboy that rides the range is in town, having fun with the boys. Co...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 16 May 1888

ifiizom mint joumuL-wiKEn WEDNESDAY MAY 16, 1888. Why Not Put Rice on the Free List ? In view of the fact one-third of the free list in the new tariff bill is made up from the products of the farm, forest and mine, which are now dutiable at minimum rates ; and in view of the fact that our democratic friends seem disposed to strike down the slight protection so es sential to the farmer, the lumberman and quarryman ; we respectfully ask, why not add to the list that of rice ? It is true that it is "way down south in the land of cotton," but we can see no good reason, if the rule of "free trade" is to be ap plied north, why its gentle (?) hand should not also be placed upon the pro ducts of the south. We have been look ing into the lice question, and while it is quite apparent that the fme has come when it can afford to stand alone, its his tory since the -.Tar is one of the finest commentaries whi;h could be displayed upon the advantages of protection. The following table represents t...

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. — 23 May 1888

ft 'AT as. - V ARIZONA WEEKLY .101 KYAI -MINER VOL. XXV No. ll. ( AriEa Miser. KMtabllnfce Marrk , 1 Arixaca Jauih!; Catfebiialiet! 1N74. 164.1 PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1888. PRICE TEN CENTS. f -J UIZOU WEEKLY JDURMAL-KIKEB. POWER PRINTING HOUSE- Tiic Akizona Joukxal-M'NKK is published every day iu the year except Sunday. Tie Arizona Weekly JocunaiMink is pu!)H-hcd every Weuntsd, at Pre6cutt, the county 6i at of Yavupai county, and capital of Arizona. itv 'J lie Arizona Publishing Company C. MAKTIN, .Manaaor. terms: JMIy. i-cr vcar in advance 10 i0 ! ily j.er month .ly, delivered Ity carrier to city sub scriber?, per '.vcek Weekly, per year Weekly, t-ix innnllis Weekly, three months Sintrle copy 1 00 4 0- " 2 50 I 25 1u AGENTS. J. II. Kutcf,41 Park Row, Vw York. l'-lmer Hey. Tribune Building, New York . V. Ayer .t Son, Times Building, Pliila Vljiliiu K. C. Duke, San Franri&ro. L. P. Fisher, S n FriiiciFCO. Palmer fc Key, i?:.n Francisco. Where the jiapcr ir- ki'i-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. — 23 May 1888

mm wtEni Jumm-MmEn J. C Martin, Editoi. WEDNESDAY MAY 23. 1888. EDITORIAL NOTES. Albuquerque has a very serious at tack of the base ball mania. Boston democrats talk of running John L. Sullivan for Congress. Well, if there were no Cleveland what would there be of the democratic party? Gila county republicans are commenc ing to thoroughly organize for the campaign. The News says the people of Hol brook look upon the arrest of Page for the murder of John Taylor as a gross outrage. M. W. Fuller, the recently appointed chief justice of the supreme court of the United States, commenced life as a newspaper reporter. Montana stockmen want to purchase cattle from the southwest with which to stock their ranges, depleted by the severe winters of 1886 and 1887, Melville W. Fuller, the recently ap pointed chief justice of the United States, has eight daughters, each of whom is said to own a piano. Cleveland's candidates for a w v vice president was Governor Gray, of Indiana. Indiana democrats, ...

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. — 23 May 1888

WEEKLY JDORML-NMEU WEDNESDAY MAY 23, 1888. Coles A. BaBhford are NOTES. . jvfiV v From Thursday's Daily. Af I The train was over an hour late to day. Mr. and Mrs. in town. Con Barns came in from the east yesterday. Thomas Reese went out to Cherry creek to-day. Paul Johns went out to the Etta mine to-day. Geo. W. Bowers left for San Fran cisco yesterday. There are good crop prospects along the Verde thiB year. W.T.Baker is out on an assessing tour, as deputy assessor. The little six-days'-old infant of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Williams died this morn- A Flagstaff debating society will de cide the tariff question next Monday night. F. M. Murphy and Diamond Jo Reynolds returned to-day from the ; Congress mine. James Tewksbury, of Tonto Basin, is in Globe, said to be dying with quick consumption. A. Brow who has been on a four months' visit to his brother Robert, at Walnut Grove, left for Omaha this after noon. We have had a great deal of Fourll of July talk. It is about tune to com mence wor...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 23 May 1888

HIZOM WEEKLY JOURHAL-WHEH WEDNESDAY MAY 23, 1888. Medieval Methods. Tliat was a fauciful conceit which endeavored to draw parallels between the gradual civilization and decay of nations and the life of a mitti. Though the idea of making the small boy cor respond with the savage and predatory era does not appear to be so vy far fetched, both having one thing in common, a desire to cut their names or achievements on rocks, trees, etc., evi dently realizing fully that pictures, however rude, easily convey ideas. In days when to be able to read wjs con sidered so great an accomplishment as to place a man above all laws excepting ecclesiastical, those who wished to in form others of their wants or wares were compelled, tQ do it by the laborious bellowings of 'fee public crier or by standing at their store door and crying : "Good people what do you lack?" After a while one of the lazy persons to whom the world has been indebted for so many improvements, to eave his lungs, paint ed what he...

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. — 30 May 1888

lA"" -T' A RIZON WEEKL JOURNAL-MINER. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1888. VOL. AAV i0. 1Z. IatU!: JhimI. EMUbiibd 174. f PRICE TEN CENTS. ! ftmZMft WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, POWER PRINTING HOUSE- The Akizoxa Jodukal-Mneu is published very day in the year except Sunday. The Akizoxa Weeklt Joui:ni-Mlnsk ia published eery Wednesday, at I'refccoU, the count Scat of Yavapai county, and capitd of Arlzon. bt I he Arizona Publishing Company J. C. MAKTIN, Manager. TEBMS: I'-'ily, per year m advance $10 0 I.ily. per month : 1 "0 Daily, delivered by carrier to city eub- criberf, per week -5 Weekly, per year.. 4 0" Weekly, six months M Weekly, three montiis i f Single copy AGENTS. J. H. Bates 41 Tark Row, New York. Palmer S Key. Tribune Buildmir, New York K. W. Ayer &, Son, Times Building, Phila delphia. . C. Dake, San Francisco. L, P. Fisher. S .n Francisco. Palmer & Key, San Francisco. Where the paper ie kept on lilts. t3F"AdTertisiu Rates mads known on ap plication to this office...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 30 May 1888

flUZOKA UtEKLk JOURHAL-MIHEB. J. Martin. Editor. WEDNESDAY . .MAY 30. 1888. EDITORIAL NOTES. Phenix is shipping fruit to Los An geles. Silver is quoted in New York at 91 copper $16.60 ; lead $4- Levi P. Morton, of New York, is talked of as the dark horse in the repub lican convention . George R. Oisswell, of Cochise county, has been appointed a member of the territorial board of equalization. Citizens cf Mohave county are ar ranging to place a mineral exhibit in the Mechanics' fair, San Francisco, in Au gust. Two Apache Indians, "Wet -Old-Man" and "Lah-Cahn,'' have been convicted of murder in Phenix, in the United States court. The Tucson Star states that the mun icipal government of Tucson costs just twice as much as the municipal govern-, ment of Phenix. A Wallapai Indian named "Hell wa ter," started on the war path recently at Kingman with a six shooter. He lodged in the county jail. Ex-Mayor W. R. Grace, of New York, announces his intention to go before the democratic state conv...

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. — 30 May 1888

if 3 i Or mim WEEKLY JMRML-HHL WEDNESDAY MAY 30, 1888. 4i 'V- 4 2. LOCAL ITOTEi Carroll are From Thursday's Daily. J. M Myers and Thoa. in the city from Jerome. A Telegraph office was opened at Verde fetation yesterday. Insurance Agent Martindell will have a room on Gurley street. A Wollenberg lias just received a lot of fancy crackers, pretzels, etc. Dr. Lincoln has gono on a profes sional trip to Williamson Valley. Mrs. J. W. McGowan returned to-day from .a four months' visit to friends in the east. Mrs. Win. Wilkerson left on yester uVy's train for a protracted visit to Cal ifornia. Mr. Hilton now manipulates the i-hrottle on the Prescott & Arizona Cen tral engine. Hon. A. W. ("Old Grizzly") Callen returned to-day from a protracted visit to friends in Kansas. T. L. Bacon has returned from Cali fornia, and is about to commence ship ping beef cattle to California cities. 11. 11. Burmister and his sons, Rob ert and Howard, left yesterday after noon, for a visit to Oakland, Calif...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 30 May 1888

att AMZOM WEEKLY JOURHAL-MiNEIL WEDNESDAY MAY 30, 188S. SMALL- VOX. A Card from the Health Officer of this City. True and gentlemanly statements are "better for the people ami county than deception, misrepresentation and lie., published over the name of "Federal Officeholder." The small-pox facts are as follows : Mr. Ritter, on the 11th day of May, broughtto the city J. Howard, a county patient, his face being covered with an eruption. The county physician being alightly inebriated, and unfit for busi ness, the patient was admitted to the county hospital, where he remained for three days, when the c;ieg was pro nounced small-pox, and he was removed to the pest-hous", where he died in a few days. There was then in the county hospital 14 persons, who had been sub jected to the disease. All wore at once vaccinated. On the 15th day of May, another sick man was brought to the city, and was at once declared to have 1 t ..A , k 4 umau-pox, .. - fSLVSZi TZ 'I" '" pital, but on being advised...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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