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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 6 June 1888

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1888. VOL. AAV .WO. 1 f ArUen. Jouinnl. KeiabtlHhed 1874. f PRICE TEN CENTS. MiZDM WEEKLY J0URN1L-HINER. POWER PRINTING HOUSE- : he Arizona Joikn.u.-MNEK 5b published wry d.iy m lhc v i- t Sunday. Tn- Arizona Vi:eklt .Iolrnau.Minik is i ui,.j . , i .;ry Wtuiiculh), at Picn-o'.t, the ...ut.'x .t i.r YHVapai county, utl cap til of ltV ht- Arizona PublisniiiK Company .?. C. MAKTIN, Manner. teiims: y, in-ryeiir in advance ly j it iiKtiitli ly. di livcrcd t.y carrier to cr-y fil.".:r-, per week airlily, jmt year.. Blifo- $10 Ul 1 00 4 0- ". SO v'.vekl-.,MX molitlm ? Vt-i-.lm, llirce moiitlis ' f WFJ ACEKTS. .1. 11. Hates 41 1'ufk I low, N'ew Vork. P-lmor .V Hey. 1 ribnne Huildmir, New- Jork V. W. Aytr.t Son, Times Bmldinif, PIuIh i .h-H I);ike, rfan Frannsro. I.. 1. Fisher, S-.ii Francisco. 'u::iu:r fc Iley.S.m Francisco. When: the iapcr if kept on tile. ;-" Advertising Kates made known on ap '.Ui'in t" this ollice or at the biv...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 6 June 1888

IHIZONI iitiJkVt JOUhNAL-MlNEB. J i , Maktin, Editor. WEDNESDAY . .JUNE (5. 1N8S. EDITORIAL NOTES. When will conj;r2&s adjourn ? The Tombstone 1). b. c. won a victory at Las Vegas; 8 to 3. The latest is that Ohio democrats are righting over Thurnian . A slight improvement is reported in General Sheridan's condition. Only five days more until Cleveland will meet in convention in St. Louin. Jonn L. Sullivan has left the prize ring for the saw dust 1 r.g, bavi.. joined a circus. 1 Lecii'.r. v ....uine should he r-nrnv ' 7 JcM. Wild 'a ?:heiiit, suula be ca 1 tte senate js vritling with the ques ui confirming Judge Fuller as chief justice. Telegrams from our special correspon dent at St. Louis have failed to connect up to the hour of going to press.- The Illinois labor party has gone over to the democrats. As there is where it left from, they have only got back home. One thousand men are at work in the hills in old Yavppai to-day where a yetr ago twenty-five could scarcely be fount)...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 6 June 1888

WMl WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. WEDNESDAY .JUNE G, 1888. I.oCAli HCTSS. From Thursday's Daily. J. A. Park is in town. Walter G. Bates is up from Walnut drove. N O. Murphy went out to the Blue Dick to-day. Uncle Jimmy More is out at his country teat. Memorial day celebration was a com plete Miecess. New potatoes have made their appear ance in market. Eii Gillespie, foreman of the Congress mine, is in town. James Akers has returned from a trip to the Verde valley. Isaac Helm is engaged in setting up Mr-contemporary's new press. John L. Thomson, superintendent of the L'nited Verde, waB in town to-day. Captain Brann accompanied Mrs. Randolph to Turkey creek yesterday. A great many miners and ranchers ,-'A'ir in town to celebrate memorial da . Col . Eggers will go to San Francitco and join the California delegation to go to Chicago. Baxhford & Bannister load up a large number of teams daily with merchan dise for the country. The quarterly examination of appli cants for teachers' certificat...

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. — 6 June 1888

MBim WEEKLY J0URH8L-M1HER, WEDNESDAY. .JUNE 0, 1SSS. A Simple Problem. "Young Freetrfinker" writes to ay that in many instances the words of the Hible are untrue as applied to our times" and he says: "Take the passage, 'are not two sparrows sold for a farthing?' I say they are not." Oh, well, I agree with Young Freethinker that the passage quoted does'noi apply t- this day and this generation. But it is the fault of this generation ; the Bible is all riht. It is only we who ate all wrong. Two sparrows were sold for farthing then and I don't suppose that inbpiration it self could foresee that, in the year 18SS, in the United States of America, a a race of human beings would wring nfrom a statving lenhber $1.85 for a spring chicken no rugger than a robin, or two dollars for a squab three days out of the shell, and would make butter out of dead cattle, and when their children asked for bread would Kive them a preparation ot alum, and would catch impotted Bardines off the coast of Maine...

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. — 13 June 1888

t JOURNAL-MINER. PRESCOTT. AJtfZONA, WEDNESDAY, JUE 13, 1888.. VOL. XXV No. 14. J AHmmb Mlaer. Batakllshe Mrl , 1H4M.1 1 Arlma JaaiHal. ITiMi!lNft4 1W4. f PRICE TEN CENTS. WEEKI Y ARIZONA iaiQM JOURNAL-MINER. POWER PRINTING HOUSE- 7 lie AKltONA. JouRNAL-MfKE U published everyday in tbe year except Bu.iday. Tbe Abixchca Wbeklt JocaviL-MixtK is published every Wednesday, at Prefcott, tbe county ecat of Tavapai county, and capitu of Arlzou. BT l he Arizona Publishing Company J. C. MARTIN, Manner. terms: JJaUy, per year in advance 110 00 lilv ier montb. 1 00 i uily, delivered by carrier to my sub- cribere, per week Weekly, per year Weekly, six months Weekly, three months. Sin trie copy 25 4 ( is 50 I 25 1o AOKNT3. J. H. Bates. 41 Park Row. New York. P.lmer & Rey. Tribune Building, New York W. Ayer & aon, limes Building, ruiie- elpbla. If. C. Duke, 8an Franrlsro. L, P. Fisher. Sin FrnclBco. Palmer & Rey, San Franciso. Where the paper is kept on tile. 3TVAdvertlsInjr Ktea made...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 13 June 1888

J C Martin, Editor. WEDNESDAY.. JUNE 13. 1888. EDITORIAL NOTES. Oregon's majority for the republican ticket is now placed at 7,000. P. J. Bolan talks of starting a paper in Solomonville, Graham county. Taylor, the the train robber, has been turned over to the Mexican authorities. For delicacy of flavor the ftuits grown in this county have no superior in the world. Sheridan has rallied again. He is exercising his will power to the utmost to recover. Johnny Bull will spend several mil lions of dollars to try to elect Cleveland and free trade. Citizens of Flagstaff are commencing their semi annual kick about having to come to Prescott t attend court Corporal Tanner has named it the Kangaroo ticket, because, as he says, the principal strength lies in its hind iegs. Voorhees said in his speech nominat ing Gray : "Cleveland will be elected on the vote of Indiana or he will not be elected at all" Our local democrats failed to get up enough enthusiasm to burn powder or "hip, hip hurrah" ove...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 13 June 1888

SSlZOMi WEEKLY JOWL-MINER. WEDNESDAY 3UIiE 13. 1888 tmmmamm BWi' sssss s XjOCXAJIj notes. From Thursday's Daily. Fine perfumery at the C orner Drug Store. Yesterday was tho windiest day o the season. From present indications the 4th of July races pronvse to be a success. Rain is badly needed, owing to the long prevalence of drying south winds The 4th of July committees are bu sily engaged m preparing a pro gramme. Lust evening's stage brought no mail from Phenix. -V movement is on foot to have a post t :.ice established at Verde station. J. F. Men dor has returned from look ing after his canal and land interests near Phenix. Everybody within a radiuB of 100 miles of Prcscott should come to Pres cott to celebrate the 4th. There is talk of changing the name of Verde station. Mail directed there often goes clear to Camp veide. Mr. Watermen came up fjom Walnut Grove last night, to take a look at his great grand daughter, little Mits French. A deed has been filed for record from Levi Ihi...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 13 June 1888

IMZOm WEEKLY JWMUUHIHEH WEDNESDAY JUNE 13, 1888. Advertising Captures the Cash The Grass Valley Tidings gives the following account of how enterprising advertising captured the sbeckels up in that section. A man went to Carson City, which is in the state of Nevada, and his business was to sell spectaclse, or eye glasses. The man stayed in town three weeks and he sold $1,500 worth of his wares. The profits on his sales were $1,000. The Car son City dealers u such goods were well stocked and sold goods that were just as meritorious in every way as were those of the stranger. But the Carson dealers haue their eye glasses on hand and stowed away carefully, and the citizens there who have need of help of vision, or who think they have, are looking through the glasses which the stranger took to the place, and the stranger, jing ling Carson coin in his pocket, has gone on to another town, where he will make more money. The way how this state of affairs has come about is easily under stood....

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 27 June 1888

ii --a - " " of? 'Jr.: J ,4 T WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. ARIZONA VOL. X-X.V JNO. 10. ArisQEB IMZNA WEEKLY JOURIUL-NINER. POWER PRINTING HOUSE The Akizona. Jocrxal-Mkeb is published every day in the year except Sunday. The Arizona eeklt JocrnMjnmi is couuty ft of Yavapai county, and cap t,l of Arizona. bt '! he Arizona Publisniag Company j. C. MARTIN, Manager. terms: JViily, per year m advance 10 W l.nly. per month : t V . i i ..... .. in mix- aiiK- l i:y, aciivercu i - j toiberc, per week Weekly, per year.. Weekly, nix months. Weekly, three months Single copy S5 4 (X 2 50 I 25 10 AGENTS. T TT Rates. 41 Park Row, New York. wLrf&ey, Tribune Building Sew York N.W.Ayer& Son, Times BuihllnR, Phila delphia. n K. C. Dake, San Franrtsco. L, P. Fiaher, 8m Francisco. Palmer & Rey, San Francisco. Where the paper is kept on file. aTAdvertisinK lUtesmade known on ap irticjttion to this office or at the ab .ve agencies SPKC1AL iVOTlC&S. SL'vISSK flOWAHU lUll! BALDWIN HOWARD & BALDW...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 27 June 1888

mm lILY JfMIUL-iHiiEiL J. C Martin, Editur. WEDNESDAY JUNE 27, 1888. NatiMal Republics! Ticket For President of the United States, Benjamin Habhison, of Indiana. For Vice President, Levi P. Mokton, of New York. EDITORIAL NOTES. Harrison is sound on the Chinese question. New York and Indiana can now be safely placed in the republican column. Anarchists and democrats are now sailing along smoothly under the same red-colored flag. The pro Chinese cry against Harri son will be turned to good account in his favor before the campaign is over. California received recognition from the Chicago convention, in the election of M. M. Estee, as permanent chair man. Arizona was heard from in the conven tion, by Delegate Eggers seconding the nomination of Alger in an eloquent speech. How comparatively few people there are living to-day, who voted for "Old Tippecanoe," the grand father of our next president, in 1840. Republicans are getting so numerous 'in Virginia that two sets of delegates were el...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 27 June 1888

WIMUWI WEDNESDAY JUM1 27, 1888 From Thursday's Daily. J. H. A. Marsh left for Calif orni to- dav. H. J. MUler and bride, Flagstaff, are in town. The Prescott land office baa been supplied with new furniture. For fine brief or abstract work, for Supreme court, call at this office. J. Q. Stephens shipped five car loads of beef steers, to-day, to Los Angelas. P. P. Daggs has been excused from jury duty, and left for heme yesterday. New goods just received at the Chi nese and Japanese b azaar. See adver titiement. The colicky cucumber season is upon us. The first invoice was received at Aiiken's yesterday. X. O. Murphy and Dr. Vickers Honied Granite mountain yesterday, and built a big bonfire on its summit, which made a brilliant ilhunination last night. Col. Br&yton and Captain Russell will leave Whipple to-morrow for Fort Hua chuca, to attend & court martial, the victim being Col. Foray the, of the 4th Cavalry. The new time schedule of the Allan tic & Pacific will not go i...

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. — 27 June 1888

ARfZOKA WEEKLY JOURHaL-MiHES. WEDNESDAY JUNE 27, 18S8 EUKEKA 1IS ritLT. Interesting News from a Now and Prosperous Mining Camp. Editor Joukx.u. Miner: The recent movements of Col. A. W. Smith in the direction of this, the Eureka mining dis trict, caused your correppnudent to roll his blankets and mount on top of a freight wagon hound ior Mountain Springs. The object of the wagon was to luiul supplies to and from the mines of the camp to the sampler at I'rescott My object is the reduction of the in ternal revunue, by mixing more water with the corn, wine and oil of your beautiful city, thereby adding to the happiness of Grover and our demo cratic friends, by reducing the surplus, and also guarding against a deficit that might be brought about by Hie com hined ollbrts of Grover and myself, by his free trade, and my reduction of the internal revenue, by sending out ores that could be manufactured into the "dollars of our-dads." I hope you X"Ar " hay, "Weil done." 'JJUkficzi3- about G5 ...

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. — 4 July 1888

St JOURNAL-MINER. ARIZONA WEEKLY- IT VOL. XXV JNO. 17. lArtUM IMZMi WEEKLY JOURWWWK. POWER PHIKTINC HOUSE- Iha Akuoka Jouhkai.-M'KEB is published . very day in the year except 8undj. The Arizgxa Wceklt J" the 'unty watuf tfavapat county, anu capitu or Aiir.onn. r I lu- Arizona Publishing Company .1. C. MAKTIN, Manner. TEKMS: Dull-. , er vear in advauce Dn ,:er "mouth ."lyWJ'liu Dai!'.. clivrcd by carrier to city sub- eci'iljerf, per week Weekly, er year Weekly, six mtmlbs Weekly, three months Single copy $10 U 1 00 as 4 a 2 Sft i as 10 AGENTS. J. H.-Bate. 41 Vark Kow, New Yotk. IMmer Key. Tribune BnS'pIS X. W.AyerA Son, Times Bulldii., FhUa- 'elpl'ia K. C. Uake, Ban FraiKfsco. 1 P. fisher. S.n F'mcisco. I'Hhner .fc Kev, $'a Frauelsco. Wbeic the pw-r kept on file. r-AdvcrtiBfatf Kat.-s made known on ap pl'catlou U his ollice or at the above amende SPECiAL notices. xywSwii -lowiito lUutis ?;aldwi.h - UOWAHD& BALDWIN. ArrOItNEy.S-AT-LAW. Pre(C")tt, Arizona. Vsi praeitctt in ai! the...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 4 July 1888

1 3 ' f -- . ,tn 1 i i ttfZWU ktEILf JOVMNiUilllEIL ) i Martin. Editor. WEDNESDAY JULY 4, 1888. National Republican Ticket. For President of the United States, BENJA3IIN HARRISON, OF INDIANA. For Vice President, LEVI P. MORTON, OF NEW YORK. COUNTY REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE. CENTRAL JJotue is hereby jrlven that a meeting of the County Republican Central Conmlttee will beheld in Prescott on Saturday, July 7th, at 1 o'clock p. m. for 1 he purpose oflssu'mK a tall for primary elections; for holding a county convention and for the apportionment of delegates thereto and for the transaction ot snch otherhueinesb as may 12 presented to It. J. C. Maktin T. J. BUTLER. Secretary. Chairman EDITORIAL NOTES. General John B. Mcintosh, a retired army officer, died at New Brunswick, New Jersey, recently. Norman Buck, a young attorney, was shot in the head and killed by a shoe- maker named Wilson last Ssaturaay evening in Lordshurg, N. M. Henry Waterson objects to the pro tective doctrines enunciated in t...

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. — 4 July 1888

AU20M WEEKLY JDU&IHB WEDNESDAY JULT 4 18S8. ; v From Thursday's Daily. Khvl has cone to California G. W. Ford has put new doors to his store. The plaza hay crop has been stored by the sheriff. Hon. W. G. Stewart has returned home to Flagstaff. Mrs. Curtis will piovide the supper for the Fourth of July ball. Antonio Romo has taken charge of the Montezuma restaurant. Chae. A. Eandall will be up from the Congress mine in a day or t wo, to cele brate the Fourth. L. P. Nash, Messrs. Houston, Cole end Fuller left for their Tonto basin humes yesterday. Robert Cartmell was in town to-day. Ho expects to start the new saw-mill of W. Z. Wilson fc Co. up on fcatmday. Captain Barker says hid voting imte dateg the election of William Henry Harrison, having voted at the election when Jackson was elected in 1S32. Mrs. Curtis says she has a barn full of spring chickens, and she will servo :i chicken dinner next Sunday, to every body who will come to theWil iams House. The nublic nound ermine a l...

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. — 4 July 1888

Aft -SB! SSjaeSaassjaajBSSsaajgBjjajg 1 . t '1 1 iUZMU WEItLT JtWUl-HWa WEDNESDAY JULY 4, 1888. OB INCERSOL'S REPUBLICANISM. During the Chicago convention Col. Robert G. Ingeisoll was cai'.ed to deliver a speech in which he t .id : Ladies and gentlemen, I am a repub lican, i belong to the greatest, to the grandest party ever organized by the human lace. 1 bdo. g to that great party that is in favor of giving evv.ry human being equal lights with every other and the mission of the republican party is rot ended until this republic shall be civilized. The mission of that party will pot be ended uutil every man beneath the flag has not only a right to cast a vote in peace, but have it counted, counted honestly and in peace. I am a republi can because the party is pledged to the protection of American labor. The country that raises t raw material and sells it as such will always be ignorant and poor. Why ? The labor to raise raw material is ignorant labor, but the moment raw material is w...

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. — 11 July 1888

r-- t 2- In .4 V 1 ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER. V trrT VVT "Mn 1 5 J Arfaoaa Miner. KMtabllfthed JfarcU 9. 1H64.1 PRESCOTT. AMZONA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 1888. PRICE TEN CENT8. WEEKLY .11, UIZDH WEEKLY JDHRKIUHIEL POWER PRINTING HOUSE- ILcAkuosa Jouksal-M'ne'i is published tcrvdur iu ilto year txecj-t SL.nJaj. The AiiizoNA Weeui.t Jouuval-Mi.vi.ii Is rublihd cjry WcuiifMti.v, st I'lescoit, the couut s.-at .r ut county, i-ud csijjJt 1 of n r i he Arizona I'ufolisMinj; Cuuipiiuj J. C. MARTIN, yautaer. Atlantic & Pacific THE FOURTH. sio wj 1 00 'S 4 0 '2 50 I 25 1U teums: Jnily, per year in fcdvauce iinily :er "month . iily. delivered i.y carrier to c:.y 6Ub- jc'ibcrf, p-r week Weekly, per year WceKly, nix months Weekly, three months single copy AGENTS. J. II. Bates, 41 Park How, New York. Plmcr tfc Key. '1 ribnuu Builduitf, New York W.Aycri Son, Tunes. Bi-Hdicg, PhllR- tlphia. ' . K. C. Dake.-San Franf i&"0. L. P. Fi6her, S.n Friucisco. Palmer & Key, fsau Francisco. Where the paper if...

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. — 11 July 1888

J. C Makiin, KauiM. WEDNESDAY JULY 11. 1S88. National JNpiililic:ii Ticket. For President of the United .State?, B EX.7 A 31 IN HARRISON.. OF INDIANA. For Vice President, LEVI 1. 310RTOX. Or NEW YORK. C AL FOK A .Republican County Cuuventioii and - x Primary Election. RoOMSOFninJiErL'HLru-ANCOUMY ESTKAL 1 IV1MM11T2C or Y VAI'AI Count v, KfiEECnST, A. T., July Vtll. li&S. , M a mi!Ctinir of the County Kciu.Wiren Central Commiil- e, held iu I'.eicotr fcatur dav July 7th, the chairman, and fiecret ry ot said committee vere Milbbiix-d o imu- a call for the toldin of pr marv -Ur i"in. or mafs meeting in 'he vari-us j.re. m.ts of the county on 4-- vf 1 i ir August 1 1 Hi, Tt ..... !,.. linnri nf 10 o'clock H. Ill nd o'clock p. in., for the j.u of elctinjr dt-l-cirates to a e utv convention t bs h-10 in PrescoUion.hep'i.rr.e i.f. nominttrng can dicatea for county oUic rp; a hoTt r th- tjid tion of delci -a 'o a terriion 1 c- v uIiol and such other basilic a- come Ik- 'Thetime of holdin...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 11 July 1888

UDMk WEEKLY JOURHAL-HHilER. WEDNESDAY -JULY 11, 1888. LOCAL 1TOTES. From Thursday's Daily. Phenix got away with the races Good indications again for rain, which would be welcome. The atmosphere has been heavily charged with caloric for the past two days. Everybody was out attending the races this afternoon, every vehicle in town being pressed into service Wayne Kitter is having an examina tion to-day, before Judge Fleury, for drawing a pistol on John Chart. Mr. Lambright will leave in a day or two to attend the meeting of the Na tional Educational Association in San Francisco. A very pleasant social dance was given at the residence of Mr. Itutledgo about three miles from town, on Tues day evening. -Mayor J. W. Donnelley, land agent of the Atlantic it Pacific railroad, ac companied by his friend C. O. Brown, left on this afternoon's train. Judge W. C. Hazledine anil family left in their special car this afternoon for Santa Barbara, California, after a two days' lay over in Prescott. ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 11 July 1888

JUUZONJl WEEKLY JfHUmAL-MSNEIL WEDNESDAY JULY 11, 1888. OUR CHICACO LETTER. Chicago, June 29, 1888. Editor Journal Miner : The smoke of battle has cleared away. Lightning has this time struck in Indiana the rumble of the republican thunder is heard throughout the land, and its re verations were heard from Indianapolis, because Harrison, of that city, was chosen as standard hearer of the repub lican party for 1888. While the convention was at all times lively and in good humor it was not uproiious or turbulent, the only time the spectators in the auditorium were at all unmanagable was when Cel. Inf?ersoll made his liitle speech after the adjourn ment. None of the delegates had left the hall and for the reason that Inger soll was going to speak. His remarks for a few minutes had all the expression lor which he is famous, and he was loudly cheered but when he undertookto electioneer for Gresharn, then was cheer ing for other candidates, that he was una ble to proceed. For the first tim...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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