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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 18 July 1888

WEEKLI JOURNAL-MINER. VHT YYV Vn in j Arlo Miser. KMabllwhcil Mrrii . l.oi.i VUlj. AA V JNO. IV. J( ArU'Ji:a Journal. I.MuMi-IiJMl IS74. f PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1888. PRICE TEN CENT!. ARIZONA 7.H k5 ARIZONA WEEKLY J0UB1UL-H1HEP, POWER PRINTINC MOUSE- The Auizona. Jouiinal-Mjneu is published veryday m the year except Sunday. TIl AKIZOy. WKEKLT JoCKNAL-MlM'K if, published evry Wednesday, nt Pren'ott, the ount sat of Yavapai couuty, ;.nil ctpitl of Aib.oim. II T : he Arizona Publishing Company J. C. MARTIN, Manager. tbkms: I 'ally, per year in adrance .-ily per month i...ilv, delivered by carrier to city sutl er ibere, per week WV. klj.per year Weekly, six months $10 (-0 1 00 25 4 ' ti 50 I 25 10 Weekly, three mourns, injjle copy AGENTS. J. H. Bates, 41 Park Row, New York. 1'almer t Key.Tribnne liuildinir. New York W.AyerS Son, Times Building, Philu 'ulphia. E. C. Dake, San Franrisco. L. I. Fishtr, Ban Francisco. I'ulmer it Key, San Francisco. Where the paper Is kept o...

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. — 18 July 1888

RL JUUKKfiL-H HtH. Mah i'sn. F.diiot. WEDNESDAY JULY IS. 18S8. Nations I Republican Ticket. For Prchiilent i the United States, 1JEXJA3HN HARRISON, OK INDIANA. For Vice President, LEVI -I. MORTON. OF SEW YOKK. O -A- -fi - FOK a Republican County Convention and Primary Election. Committee of V- vai-ai Coitnty. Y. EfcCOTT, A. t., July Till, l-b. ) At a nHothu: of the County Kcpiblkan d secret ry of BBid committee wore authoriz-l o 11 for tbe Loldintc of prunary dec isu- : ec'ioiis o: nm? mectintr " ih various precincts 01 the county on Saturday, August i 1111, Between ' o' 10 o'.-lo. k . m. -,,'clo- p.m., for tin-pu j-h,o of e l-cuiis del. trates to a u tv ro. vcnUon t be h id if Prescott lor .he vr,..re of num.... in can diflRtM for .untj oikc rs; a o rr th e'ec-UonoTdeleW- os territoril coalition '"nie lime of hold njr aid convention ipft tor the chsi inu u'id se.i clary to deter S i Bftor tl.c dte tlx,d for holding the U-r-nwUI convention is Tiiioun'M. Th fol'i'win? j.ijx.rtiOinn'....

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. — 18 July 1888

HIZOU WEEKLY JOWUUL-IMtfR. WEDXESDAY JULY 18, 1888. LOCAIj 1TOTBS. From Thursday's Daily. N. O. Murphy is on the eick list. Latest copper quotation is f 16.90; lead, U0. Mrs. D. Archibald left for Boston vestcrday. A. Wollenberg & Co. are Belling goods very cheap. G. M. Clark, the Braduhaw mining in iiu, is in town. Frank WilliamB ifl in from his Wil liamson valley ranch. II. J. Miller is in town again, to at tend to court business. Mrs. C. E. Spear left for Conneaut, Ohio, on yesterday's train. The rainy season commenced with di-lit showers yesterday. Freeh candies and Tahiti oranges, j uBt received at Al. Aitken'g. Heavy rains are reported from dif- furont portions of the county. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Moore are up from their Walnut Grove ranch. Col. Bevans went out to-day to in vestigate an alleged case of land fraud. Col. Chavez and Judge Warren, of New Mexico, came in on yesterday's train. A jury was impaneled to-day to try the case of C. W. Beach vs Fred. CnincH. W. H. Harlan ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 18 July 1888

IMZm WEEILY JOURMAL-MliiER. WEDNESDAY JULY 18, 1888. The Republican Platform. Albany Express: The ablest politi cal document of recent years. New York Tribune : It is a good fighting platform for an agiressive cam paign. Detroit Tribune: The workingmen will fund a safe footing on the republi can platform. Pittsburg Commercial Gazette: The Chicago tariff pi ink is no lie it is the honest truth, and you know and feel it. St Louis Globe-Democrat: The platform is too long, perhaps, but it is yard wide and all wool, warranted fast colors. Cleveland Leader: The republican party proposes to reduce the revenue by reducing taxes and not by reducing in dustry. Buffalo Commercial: It is a masterly statement of republican;doctrine, which Is also bound to be the triumphant American doctrine. St. Joaeph, Missouri, Herald: As a manly and straightforward expression o principles, the republican platform has had few equals. New York Press: The platform will win in all parts of the country where votes...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 25 July 1888

ARIZONA JOURNAL-MINER. lTAT vW VV, on fArl Mlaer. lUtaellMtied March . 1M4.1 VOL. AA J0. ZU. Arbtca JeeiasU. Kauiitted 1W4. f PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1888. PRICE TEN CENTS. WEEEL1 ARIZONA WEEKLY JOlflK&L-HIMER. POWER PRINTING HOUSE- Ibe Akizona JoCKNAL-MiMKa u published every day in tbe year except tiuuday. The Akizo.va Weekly Jocenal-Minkk i DUbli-bed every Wednesday, at Prebcort, tie tounl l "f Yavapai county, aud capit-1 of Aiizon. BT I he Arizoua I'ublistiing Conipaiiy j. C. MAKTlN, Manttfer. 7EKM3: lUtly, ptrycar iu advance $10 lA.il v jer uiontb . w ...ulv. delivered t.y carrier to en y sub- erlDerf, per week W.,ckl.iH-rearv Weekly, ix nioutufl - Weekly, three tuontbb 1 fcluxle copy 10 AOESTH. J. H. Hates, 41 Park Row, New York. l'-luier & Key. Tribune Bulldiu. New York ". W. Ayer &. Sou, Times BulldinK, rblla delphia. K. C. Dake, Ban Franrlsco. L. P. Fibber, San Francisco. Palmer fe Key, San Francisco. Where tbe paper Is kept on file. Advertising tt...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 25 July 1888

mm taffl-Y JOUBHiUMiHEB. I . Martin, Kditoi. WEDNESDAY JULY 25. 1888. National Kopublionn Ticket. For JVcfidont of the United States, IiKX.lAMIX HARRISON, OF INDIANA. For Vice President, LKVI l 3IORTON, OK NKW YORK. C ALIj FOP. A Kopnllim County Convention and Primary Election. K00MHOPTIIEl!ni'rLICNC0l'NTT Central 1 ( 'OM.MITTBE r Ya VAl'AI COUNTY, V EHOTT, A. T., .1 uly 7th. J t l un-etins: of the County Kepi bllcan Vn i rn' f'ouimutt-, beltl in 1'icscott, Satur U July 7Ui, the ciairman and secret. ry of s i.i -.mmiftrf vure authorizf-d o imuc a ., '..r it.e holding f friiuurv dec' ions or m.i-- inii.ir- i '" various precincts or 1 ! i . uttU on Sutiirdsiy, August 11th, 1-. .tu'i-en t!.- bmrs of 10 o'clock a.m. nd : ,!,.. in., for Hie p poe of electing del-U-s mm .11 ;tv convention to be held in iv c.t lor . p'.ir;)Ote of noiiriufctini; can- 1, foi count oilier? ; a so for the elec '.f deku,, s " H territorial convention. ai,.l uu '-iher business a-s may come be- ' ' n ' iiine of h...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 25 July 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURH W1IHER. WEDNESDAY -JULY 25, 1SS8. From Thursday's Daily. More ruin last night. Hon. A. W. Cillen is in town. W. B. Hume left for Flagt-tafr to-dsty. D. Levy and John Lnwlcr returned from California to-day. eiolm F. Coyle has put up a. fine sign at his blacksmith .-hop. Splendid rain hhowers are reprtcd to have fallen in different portions of the count'. Thomas Reese, foreman of the Etta .mine, came in la?t evening from Cherry creek. A man can not undertake to impeach his own witnesses in the land office roiirl E. II. Withcrcll was in town to-day, and reports a good business at Wither ellville. .Mrs. F. A. Htophens and her nephew Aaron Stjiley, of Black Canyon, were in town to-day. E. II. Witherell has started a station in Mescal gulch, for the accommoda tion of .Jerome freighters, with Robert Drynan in charge of it. The recovery of George I I:iuco reflects great credit on the skill of 1 r. Alenrns, surgeon, U. S. A., stationed at Camp Verde. I lance ewenrs by th...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 25 July 1888

IRIZOHl WEEKLY JGURHAL-MIHER. WEDNESDAY. . . . . . JUIA' 25,J888. Worse than the Hay Veto. The Eureka Sentinel, the leading democratic paper in the state or Nevada, edited and published by Archibald Skillnian, a democrat from away back, has dropped en Gtcvct's little game in making a son of a penal colony of the state and sendinu a 1. 1 of political car pttbagt-ers I'-5 lne eJS5- M,ht n0t Arizona enter the same complaint and use the same evidence and argument in maintaining iL We copy the closing paragraph of the Sentinel's two column article. "We say most unhesitatingly that it is indecent of the admimstrati m to fill the few federal offices in Nevada with per sons, whatever th : reason, imported from other states. It is grossly outrage ous from a 1 -cal democratic view. Op position to the rarpetbagger and carpet bagism have been cardinal pnncilces of cur faith here for twenty years. In our local contests we have fought our battles or, this ground. The president could not stab his ...

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

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL MINER. VOL. XXV JNO.il. j ArUOCH Journal. KMlMlilmJtid 171. f PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1883. PRICE TEN CENTS. ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, POWER PRINTING HOUSE- The MUCOSA Jociinai.-M'.vkk s published ccry day the year eiL. pl Sunday. TlicAuiZONA WEEKLY .Ol'UNI..MlNlll IS i uhll-ticd c-.cry Weuncbd; , at Pro-con, the 'ounty h. t of .1'aviipiw county, hi ;i capit i of AiizoiiH. nr i lit- Arizona LMiblishing Company .1. C. MAKTIN, Manager. tehms: Iuily, per year in advance 1 y I'cr month i .:y. d. livercd l.y carrier to Uy -. ibcr, per week WVckly, per y-ur Weekly, MX months U.-ekly, three mouths hmirlc copy 1 M) SUll- 4 0" a .v.) I 25 hi AGENTS. J. !I. Hatch, 41 Park Row, New York. l'nlmer .V Key, Tribune HuildiiH-, New ork N. W.AyerA: Son, Times Huilding, l'hila rVlphia. E. C. Dakc, Han Franrisro. I., P. Fisher, S-.n Frmcisco. Palmer A: Key, San Francisco. Where the paper If kept on file. :-t7Aiverllsiuu Kates made known on ap plication to this...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 1 August 1888

! I . . " hmU VrtEKLY JOUHHAUMIMER. I i . Martin, Editor. WEDNESDAY. "I .AUGUST 1. 1888. National Republican Ticket For J'riifcident of the United States, n EX.1 AM IN HARRISON, OF INDIANA. For Vice President, LEVI P. MORTON, OF NEW YORK. O A. X-i -m FOR a Republican County Convention and Primary Election. Rooms or the Kditih.icaxCol'xtt Cextkal j Committee or Yavapai Countt, PitEttoTT, A. T., July 7th. 1SSS. ) At ii niietiuc of the County Republican Oiiiral Committee, held iu Prescott, Satur day July 7lh, the chairman and secretary of nalii coinmiUee were authorized ?o iRsue a call for the holding of primary elections or incftinirs iu the various precincts of thf rcutity on SuiuiMliiy, August 1 1th, RriwiTii th- h mrs of 10 o'clock a. in. nd 3 ,Vl'i W p. in., for the purpose of electing del-cKt-fi Jo a county convention to be held in Vo-icoV. lor Jie purpope of nominating can diJatcs for eotiiily olhccrs; also for the elec tion of delegates Jo a territorial conTentlon, arid such ot...

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. — 1 August 1888

IMZBU WEEILT JMMHL-MHKIL WEDNESDAY AUGUST 1, 1888. XjOC. 1TOTBS. From Thursday's Daily. Voters muit register. Warm, windy and dry. A. J. WinnmghaBi, ef Jerome, is in town. W. T. Baker came in last night from Mt. Hope. Albert Ciaxk has taken a position in Sam Hill's tin shop. Registering officers are allowed ten cents for each naaae registered. W. W. Vanderbilt has a regulation Harrison and Morton neck-tie. The tomato crop of this section iB re ported to be a complete failure. II. Waterman, of Antelope valley, was purchasing supplies here to-day. J. L. Fisher haa the agency for Henderson's "red school house" shoes. A lt of California tomatoes received yesterday in town went off like hot cakes. Albert Hilderbrant brought in a lot of choice peaches to-day from his Agua Fria ranch. One-half of the rainy season nearly gone and only one real good rain shower yet. Mike Hickey was heard singing "Baby Mine" to-day with a great deal of musical pathos. The prolonged dry spell makes it necessar...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 1 August 1888

IRIZONA WEEKLY JOUBNAUIINEB. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 1, 1888. POLITICAL POINTERS. A Kansas man offers to bet ioo,ocg that Harrison and Morton will be . elected. The Citizen says there are few dem ocrats left ainon the wool growers of New Mexico. Horace K. Thurber. announces that he will not vote tor Cleveland this year, though he voted and worked for him in ,t 18S4. The Los Angeles Tr'uunu s iys that with an annual production of 18,000,000 pounds of wool every sheep in Oregon cries "fo-a-a" at the mention of Cleve land's name. Registration of voters for the fall elec tion has been completed in South Caro lina, and it has been observed that over 100,000 negroes in th? state, mostly re publicans have not been registered. No . wonder the South is solid for tin? de mocracy. As a kind of an offset to democratic bluffing the Harrison men on Wall street have raised $50,000, and now abks any of the army of great t dormers to cover it us they loudly declared they would, ; ;,but thus far the democra...

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. — 8 August 1888

WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. area , PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1888. VOL. AAV SSO. j ArU(l:,t Journal. r.iatlihed 1S74 PRICE TEN CENTS. ARIZONA rawEHLY joumujiNa POWER PRINTING HOUSE- he Auizona JouuNAL-MrxEK is published , ery day m the year except Sunday. The Akizoxa weekly Jouknal-Minkk is ;.utilihed evi-ry Veaued..y, at KreEcoit, the .. Hjiij s.-ut of Yavapai county, and cap't 1 of AnzoiiH. ur i . Arizona LMitmsuuig uniiau) J. C. MAKT1N, Marnier. tkkm.i: !Mi!v,i.eryear m advance (10 00 ijy per month : 1 w ily, delivered by carrier to cii y sub- riberf, per week Uwklj. per year.. UV.-kly.hix months j Weekly, three niODths 1 inlt: copy AGENTS. J. II. Bates 41 Park Row, New York. lMmer V Key, Tribune Bnildine. Nw Y,rk . W. Aycr d: Son, Times Building, Phila delphia. K. C. Dake, 8an Franrisco. L. I. Fisher, Sun Francisco. I'ahiierA: Key, San Francisco. Where the paper is kept on lile. ;rAdvertis'mur Kites made known on ap plication to this office or at the above aenctes SPECIA...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 8 August 1888

mm fctEKli jqOBBUBfflL ) MaktiN, llditwr. WEDNESDAY AUGUST S. 188S. National Republican Ticket. For Trcfcident of the United State?, liEX.TAMIX HAUUISOX, OF INDIANA. For Vice President, LEVI L MORTON, or XEW YOKK. fok a Republican County Convention and Primary Election. Koomso c eEOr Yavapai CorsTr, f I'hKM-oTT, A. l., July ah. lv. ) Mto he holding of pr.rn.ry elec-ion: ,Sft meeting in the various prc-onet b or of the county on Saturday, August lltli, H..twecn Ui h ..irs of 10 o'clock R. in. -nd 3 ,1.. .L- , f.ir the I.U1I)'3- OI .MfC.iu- '- The time i noiui; ."-" l..ft n.r rb- ehAi in" Micreiui y w '-iv. ' after tl.e d tlxfd lor holding the ter ritorial convrntion in miiouik -ad. The foi:owji' M.rt t.i.iinnt of (!elcat. s was nnairiinouMy adopted: Ash Fork I Lower Fr"1'-' J Alexandra 1 l.oer erd,- - Apuu Fria 1 ' x ' r Kk Amulet liiine: 1 'ni--... , Ahii Ur-tk J Minnch ha u.-i..- it. .. 1 Ornritio 1 l'!vUuwt...V.V.'. 1 Tmace n 1 I Mai.- i ;n;eK. ...... HiK V.IIK 1 Blue Tanks. ........

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 August 1888

WEEKLY jeUP.gAL8. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 8, ItihS. From Thursday's Daily. T. Otto left foi California tu-ilay. T. 0. Bray left for the can to-day. Watch repai ring reduced at Geo. H. Curry's. Dr. Chandler, territorial veterinary surgeon, is i town. J. P. Luce, of the Tragic meat market, left this afternoon for Flagstaff. K. II. Uurmisier and family returned to-day frm their visit to California. Harris Baldwin ia talked of a dtnio cratic candidate for district attorney. 11. 1). Ait ken left this afu rnoon for a two months' visit to his old home in Nova Scotia. One of the sporting fraternity, to-day, rated a number of his friends f an . levant chicken dinner, which is ?a-d to have been a very .-well, affair. .Mrs. 3Ioellerh.it moved into her cot tage, formerly occupied by. Mr. and Mrs. d. A. Bray, on Marina street, b.sck of W. Z. Wils' n it Co.'s lumber yard. )). F. Mitchell has concluded tin work of footing up the asmcnl li-t.. and iinds the total valu- of a-cs.-- ,.1.1.. l.r.i-ierlv 111 t...

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. — 8 August 1888

AUZQM WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 8, 1888. "NOW AND THEN." rComtnU'itcated The author af the article under the above head, which appeared in the Courier of the 2d inst. is either ignorant of the history cf the times of which he writes, or willfully misrepresents it. The comptomi-ie nieasurefof which he speaks, and of which Mr. Chy is cred ited with being the prime cause, did not occur in 1842, but in 1832 and 33. He further says : " This bill (of 1842) pro vided for a general reduction in imports to covt-rten years." The tariff act of 1842 did nothing of the kind; but the tariff of 1833, (passed March 2d 1833) did grad uate the tariff from that dute for ten years, mereoy geumii wc name m m "sliding sale" act. .Mr. CUy has been censured by some for the part he took in the passage of that act, charging that h then abandoned the protection theory, of which he had always been the friend and champion. But to the candid mind it should be remembered that the country then was men...

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. — 15 August 1888

1 ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. VOL. XXV No. 23. mm WEEKLY JDDBHAL-MIIIEB. DOWER PRINTING HOUSE- 1 j. Ai:rNA Joukxai.-Mixe t is ;u1i&1h1 Arizona. nr The Arizona iM'iblisiiiii;; Comi:i".v J. C. MAKTIN, Alaurer. TEKM-j: Itaiiy, per year in alvuce H ;ily jut mouth . 1 ' ily. li livcn d t y earner to iH y ul- crtlwrf, per week Wccklj.M-r year.. J Wwklv.MX month.-. - if' WceMv, three months i j isiiile eopy j'Ailvertisin Kates mailc kj.own on lTi ntioti t thin olliee or at th; :.love aeDCR? V.'KCIAL NOTICES. IIJJNBU ilowvui) Hak Kamiwin li WAKD & BALDWIN. ATTOKNEYS-AT-Ls W. I'refcott, Arizona. Will practu- in all the courts of! he Tm3 .listritl c urt mi Apatlie I.;-. '" .- r . . . . lud M"httV; Colin K. 31. SAXFOttl), A TTO BSEY A T 1. A W , i-e in Oliiee Uow. CorUv. et, l'reseott, A. T. 17. f. eggeus, ATTO RN EV-AT-L AW . illice Kist side of Plu.a, two doors houln f iink of Arizona, up staii s. r nr RN DON. J. J- IIAWKS 11KKNI)0 & HAWKINS ' A ITOKOKVS AND COUNSELORS AT I.ftW...

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

1 r-- -r"- tfi 'Tk m irna U1Z0M fctEKLY JOURHIL-HIHEa. Martin, Editor. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 15. 1888. National Republican Ticket. For President of the United Statee, BENJAMIN iHARRISON, OF INDIANA. For Vice President, LEVI P. 3IORTON, OF NEW" YORK. EDITORIAL NOTES. How are you, Andrew? Democratic stock in trade "Andrew Carnegie.' Watterson has a ''poor opinion of Harrison." Truly, that is remarka ble. The members of the Grand Army of Republic are principally democrats. Of course. Blame will be tendered a reception tomorrow (Tuesday, August 15th.) at Agusta, Maine. Base ball players and horse jockeys receive salaries ranging from $10,000 to $15,000 per annum. General Sheridan's funeral will take place on Saturday. His remains will be buried at the Arlington national ceme tery Maxwell's dying statement was to the effect that he murdered Preller accident ally. His statement will be believed by few however. We are in receipt of the first issue of the Gallup Gleaner, published at Gallup, N. ...

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

tRIZOU WEEKLY .!00RHMS- WEDSESUAY....AUIJUST !", ISSi. Fkom Thursday's Daily. H. T. Andrews relumed on to day's train. lion. Chester Thomas loft lor Topcka this afternoon. J E Wing returned this airernoon from a visit to friends at Wi.isluw. E Hurgeee, C. B. roster and Hugo Richards returned to-day from tht:r trio to the Grand Canyon. Tom Collins, one of the er rly f-et vi of llii- t-ection, is visiting Pn scott, talk ing about old times with hie fneruli-. .Mrs. Chart. Morgan ye&U rday pur chaed the lot between the rc-Mife'ici---of Judge Wright and Mrs. Dak', ior $550. V Mr Grail", of the Staml.ud Milling '..mpany arrived here yesterday. It 1 hoi-ed that this company will send a reprerentatire here toon who will pay oir the indebtedness. Since the agitation of free trade, tariff urnti'ctive tariH" Dr. Kob- uiM.n is H'riously coniempbaing turn- j ,ng free trader, by knot-King on n per cent, or less from the price of patent medicines, and thus divide piofits with his natrons. A. E...

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

mm ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURML-MliiEfL WEDNESDAY . . . .AUGUST 15, 1888. Bill Arp, for Protection. A democratic friend of ours recently handed us a copy uf the New York "World, containing an a: tide one col umn in length, m which a Connecticut far-ner presented, as he thought, an un answerable argument in favor of free trade. The following, taken from' an exchange, though bne, nut only fully answers the Connecticut nun, but -at the same time gives an illustration how the country is benefitted by protection, and that the benefits are not confined alone to the producers of protected articles : Major Smith, ol Atlanta, better known as "Bill Arp'' was talking with ine about matters and things net long ago. "You know 1 was an old fashioned democrat," said Bill, "brought up to believe in free tr.ide and sailors' rights. I am one now but somKhing has happened. I own a little farm near CaiWsviile. I u.-ed to gather my corn and sell it in Atlanta for whatever they would give me. I had some pasture...

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