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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 22 August 1888

1 -T-1 v.- JOURNAL-MINER. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1888. PRICE TEN CENTS. VOL. XXV No. 24 ) Arl. - J'xiiuttl, fc.K4Mbtifhea 1S7. ) ARIZONA WE EI Li mm jouRHwe. POWER PRINTING HOUSE- The Arizona Joukxal-M'ne -. . j ui-.i-l-- d . very Uy In the year except Sim. day. Ttie Ahizoka Weeklt .Iouunaj.-.M'm k ubiii-lied evt;ry Weuucrd, at frcM-o ti'V i.imty ut of Yavapai county, -M ; of A i izoE. 11 r h Arizona Publishing qyiiiuuiy J. C. Mi K TIN, Vancnr. rtKMs: iimly, ieryenr in advance $10 ' 1 tK ii-il jilt month iiJy. dt-llvertd i.y carrier to cr.y tnu- crlbrri', per week i:ckly, per year Weekly, six inontb Weekly, three niontbs single copy rarAdvert5siuir Kates wade known on SO 1 25 I j iicution U Ibis office or at the hhove age. c: SiKCiAl, XOTiCKS.' ro tivcK iIowa.hi ljAi:-ib iiAi.nwi.N II WARD & BALDWIN. ATTOKNEVS-AT-J V. Frecott, Arizuiia Will prACtict! in all the coti ts of Mm TrriJ torv. and attend tUe nautili" ttrin-. of tl.c dwliict court in Apaolie and MchtV'...

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. — 22 August 1888

mm VycEKLV JOUHHAL-MiHER. Editor. A. WKDNESDAY AUGUST 22. 1888. Natioii:il Itepublicim Ticket. For President of the United States, 1SEXJ A3I IN UAHR1S0X, OF INDIANA. For Vice President, LEVI T. MOKTOX, OK NEW YORK. O JC JLm foi: a EEP1151 H CQilTI. KoaM-jOPTIIBKni'CBLlCiNCOL'.N'lT Cen-tkal 1 COMUITTKE OP Y VAl'AI COUN'TT, r EsroTT, A. l, Auj,'. 221. IfcWS. A cmn'j- republic n '- veution U Railed to rnei; in I'rvcot , oil Saturday. September 8th, .At 10 oV.lock a. m.. .'r iu.- ; u p of nomln a i3tr emiidilnt for cotin'y olceS, for he t I .011 of twelve 1 ; ir ites to the Tcrrior j.i. K pnblicft Co vcnliou, wtiich nijcts In 'lu'Kon t ,h. lUth daj of S-jteru er,atid for it." r. s.i mo ! Mich oth r tins! t-s i6 may t .in- b l i -. . The eonv ntion fhall b com ,.fii f tin; d leixt'e- eltjcU-d at the primary k'ii ii held on AoiT'i 1 11 h, as fnllo-t: . sb Fork. I A!i-n"lrtt 1 A.-ua Frln 1 Amulet mine 1 A hit Y- k I Jlabe's Ho e 1 Heaver Creek t Jblmont 1 lliK llutr : J'.lu.t Tanks I ltrsd...

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. — 22 August 1888

RIZGH5 WEEKLY JGHRNUJIHft WEDNESDAY. ..AUGUST 22, 1888. I'rom Thursday's Daily. Jleail Col. Eggcrs' card. Hig. Simon, the well known drummer, a- m town. Johnny Bourke, a typo of this ollice, quite tick. There was another fine growing -howur last night. Fine, juicy watermelons just rc ived i t Aitken'e. Good r:ins are reported in William son valley, :ind crops looking well. ('harles Bidinger, tiie barber, lias t ilati a position in W. E. Landgrebo'a simp. Phenix papers state that Miss Ben r.n deatii was caused from diseipa i it mid heat. 'ol. John S. Mason, formerly com 'ii .uder at Whipple Barracks, will be . tired mxt Tuesday. 1 iie promenade concert and ball, for nit -benefit of the Preeoott orchestra, will be given September 7th. I he Nogales Herald says that the v. .ither is hot in Guaymae one can t i,t- a dunk of ice water and spit steam. . r.'in the amount of kicking being !.!. in tlie democratic party, it seems t ',!. are a great many " would like to : 1 1- Ix.-.-ea" in it. '...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 22 August 1888

WEEKLY J0URHAL-1NEB. WEDNESDAY . . . . AUGUST 22, 18S8. MORE TARIFF LORE. Communicated t A writer in the mornirg htbdominal of Prescott, yclept the 'Trescoit Morn ing Courier," undtr cU f August 13, says, that McG "fails toroniroveit the statement made in the Courier of the 2d, that the republican puty lias changed front on the tariff question . " The writer, in that article, if I remem ber correctly, simply asserb, (hat the re publican party had changed sides on this tariff question. Assertion, without facts to substan tiate them, re of little value, to thinking minds, and for me to have said that the party had not changed its poliry on this subject, would have subjected me to the same criticism, of which the said writer himself is guilty. The assertisn that the republican party has changed its policy, on the principle of a tariff for protection h so at variance with truth and the current his tory of the times, that a denial of it : would, to all sensible men, be a work of superero...

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. — 29 August 1888

V JOURNAL-MINER. ARIZONA .u : qauni pioa pas ton f 'X-STVff 1VX0I1 PREbQrji Altf0NA' WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1888. PRICE TEN CEWim UJj. AAV JSO. ZJ. i Arlicocn Jleuil. iHfcliheV.CK? I M a W v. sa-a. avm 4 Li IV U J 3 iff- IBIZOHiWgKUjBgai-HIHER. POWER PRIKTINC HOUSE- The Arizona Journal-Mine is published ver day ill Hie rear except riUMinj-. Tbe Arizona Veekm Journal-Minar i j ui if-licd ccrv Vvttueid.-, at 'refccot, tbe unty i-it of "Vavapai comity, f.nU capit-J of Afl.OHH. BT i he Arizona Publishing Company 4. C. MAKTIN, .Vsnccsr. TEK1LS: y, jmryear m advance flu 00 per month 1 00 . i, d. livcrtd t.y carrier to -iiy eut- "ibcre, per week 25 il!y, per 3 ear 4 Oil ttfrkl$,!ix inonlho 50 ctkiy, three mouths I ti5 iiple'copy 'O rTAdverti6iu: Ilites made known on ap ' t utjoii to Uiip othce or At the above agencies Si'KCLAh SUT1CK8. MNKIS fiOWAitl ilAR-:li iJALOWIN II WARD & BALDWIN. ATTORN ETS-AT-LA W. Prescott, Arizona. Will practice iu all the courto of the TerriJ t ry. and attend...

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. — 29 August 1888

KWm tettiLS iMHRhftl Sj fc '!V WEDNESDAY.. ..AUGUST 29 18S8. GAL mm m win. Riious t T"Jf (PBF; y ' v4i?Couktt i I k. wort. A. i., Auir. c. ihs. J j ,.Mlr m, ,. -v.- t.-.m i calico u j Saturday, , 1 Ql .September btll, j , 1- . a, -3" f omir - j ; c'T-lX.&rv. j i " o . w .h m e - 11: : ' ' ;t IT- .."1i 'at' i i t :' "' t' ' j.ulcioa 1 ,Jt- : ' . corn- ' ' -1 f Ihe : ,. , 1 , 11 : -;d 1 mav , :.' :orr ti d . Asti F..rK A!'-1caf"lr TTlu!i.t II'. li Ar-ti r k banc's II Il-iruont Bit; Uujr Blu Tanki- Ura'i-Ji&w Buyilde H e... riitik&Adiiui f.iti' V 1J. . - 'jill uda.... I t-rry C e . i - aa ( oj,- Cn. k culr.j! Verdt 'stoctin .'.ijipc1'" Baain. C'M'rreM ( roWDf.d K.tn j).8orSs l"'tu Kaist Verde Falrview FiasitaC Frc'j'-h (Jul. I Oilictt Groom Cret-i.. H;5sayainr JMleide Ji-romc Kirfclond V!'. Tlie Kejiubl Frio... I - . i i ,1 uC' -,ur 1 a. 1 1 1 t VJlty- 1 1 10 tioo.. 1 1 1 1 I-r. ( '!.!!' 11 'I'.iU li ' i-v' dll 1 I ' S-i'it(i ... 1 . 0 '! .j. . ( I U " ' !'..,. r ' V : V! V...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 29 August 1888

M1Z0W WEEKLY JOORHAL-KIHEB. " WEDNESDAY ..AUGUST 2D, LOCAX- NOTES. From Thursday's Daily. Captain Brann, of Turkey creek, is in town. Flng&tair, in this couuty, baa tlireo banks. Oysters will be ripe now in aboul a week. The 0. K.'e made their debut yester day ia fine shape. Oliarles Xathrens, of FlagstaiF, came in on yesterday'B train. Thomas Humphries returned yestor d y from Lob Angeles. The Toughi now claim that the r only rivals are the O. K.'b. Salt river valley sweet potatoes are in market. They are very choice. Ohas. Quins, the democratic delegate from Martinez, in in town, watching the drift of local politics. Tiic Bank of Arii na i talking oi building a large two-rtory brick build ing on the burnt district. The Jlepublican delegate from Tur key creek is Iieuben H. Howe, and from Pine Flat, S. Hodgdon. Col. S. B. Bevans, special agent of the interior department, left for the eat this afternoon, on a thirty days' leave of absence E. M.Sanford returned on to-day' train. H...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 29 August 1888

IBIZOHA gEE&Y JOIW-MIHEB. WEDNESDAY . . . . AUGUST 29, 18S8 Congressman Campbell's Frank Confession. Among the di mocratic congresimen who arc already r.niessin their mistake in voiing for thu Mill bill is Hon. Jas. E. Campbell, nl Ohio This is the can did confession : I voted l'or ihtr Milis bill, and it is true we" passed it by a hrer majority than we anticipated when the compilation of the measure was btgun. It is true, also, that we secured tvo republican votes and lost three democrats; but I have a premonition that we have made a had job cf it. You see I sit on the floor of the house light :n the center of the democratic' members of the committee on ways and means. I have been tell ing them for months that it vras a fatal error to put wool on ths free list, and to make asmali rcductioo of the duty on sujar. I can go to the map and put ray thumb on all the territory in the United States thftt produces sugar, while there is not a country th it does not grow wool. I don't unde...

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. — 5 September 1888

M 4& JOURNAL-MINER. . v"4 ioH PRESOOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1888 VOL. XXV No. 2t lxC-4. 1 I' iICETE&i -PfZO'N WEE 10 .WfS iKMc & Pacific POWER PRHmC i l. A WW'S ' The Ajjizun . NriM.Ll -j u' li'bftl c 'v'' ',' comity s-tof i " I 1,1 " Al 17(10''. n- '1 lw Arizona i'Ml '- 4 C. it -.1.1 n . i'iv . COSE- -'a. j . . -o t, iLe .U)tiq?!nUi. N.S.,i3!kjaire, tat. The Shortest Route The Kink M'nl'tJJ Reel" r JI W THE DEMOCRACY. in: 'oim :!? !)jiiy ' .-.ly, 1 !n triber-, . VcclJ.j,-K Weekly, 11 : Hiijrli: cu . T Hcution ! . ST'." a i (-lib w:. or .e rti." COKWECTIONS : jf fi' 1 Barstow- I. . nit ft1 lii.l i. Of il r ti:.i . iifi-r'i t'lT fo Ad- ,1 i " II "ftl- s ii..- limn uy Kran&lawv California ILWAKU & All JKi. pi- 'hfi ' Will jiroctic: m. i.i i t try, b.i!i atu- -1 1 1". i a ; is i.iivv - BALDWIN. - i . w. - 1 r(tii A 'l ! I f t ( i AT 1 OiJlce in .:i OlLi-e Ertfct s.'- Of 'iitnk of At !.''. ' J. C HERNO iN. ATIOROEV- ' -13 !!; ii--- ,,j;sTije ureas waiv i...

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. — 5 September 1888

ARIZONA fctEKLV JOBBWL-HIHEiL. Martin. Editor. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEJ1BJSK 5.J.8SS. Xatiouaf Kepublicon Ticket. For Prefciilent of the United Stateb, - HARRISON, or INDIANA. 1 For Vice President, . IjEVI P. 3I0KT oxV ' or NEW YORK. FOK A- Koomsof TneREi-i liLico- Coukti Cental i I'KEiCOTT, A. T., Aug. 22(1. liV. ) A coun'y republican convention is called to tnee; in Present , on Saturday, September Stli, At 10 oVlocfc A..M..i-- Hie purpose or -in cairdidats for counly othces. for be ml Ki)uWica;1 Co.ventipa, which m cifi In Tunson on th; 19th day of Septenr cr, and for the irusa-no i of such oth r besne-js as raaj coni belrv -1 . 1 he conv. ntion shall be com d1 of the d.-legaies elected at the primary ..r?iuu held on Augu t 11 h, as Mlows: a.i. V.rk 1 tower A.eua Frla... 1 Alfiand.- 1 Lower Verde. ... AzuaFria 1 i''nr C Amulet mint 1 y;?sr:Y Aa t:r-k 1 Minneh-ha....... liabe's Hoo ,. 1 ?aDV Heaver Ureek al' Oak Creek ...... Kflmont 1 'a,acc Mat' liitr Iiui? 1 rayiH Blue Tank. Humble 1 P...

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. — 5 September 1888

QlZtttt WEEKLY JGORHlL-MiHER. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, IftbS. egaftMK ma i "ii i 'i ilia mmm LC-2.1j 1TOT3S. I- ; u ;ks day's Daily. Mwrc relumed to hit ranch to- . i i auc delegates are leaving for . V. 0. O'Neill returned to-day i ;-k ii P'.eiiix. K' trR left for his Chaniring ..v tiJ-day ia-on has returned to Pres :ip.utid by his bride. v nlit wm oppn district court . i ' i. county next jlonday. :.: man. named Mckenzie, on old ir ,' this taction, died at the i.y ii ippital last night. 'u;uhy ivAthrens aid his city taxes ''r. M-ott thi morning, and left on .fu.-riio.ri'i train, for home. 1 A. Macdoimld, president of the : .. V t rde Copper company, came . ,'-! y train hu far as Witherell . . if. t r -it there proceeded to the .l(-roiii 1 i-riy tjiveu by the lireninn to '-.i Ki'ks, htst night was a very i i '..iH'. A bountiful treat of ice nd ctrc-trau was served, and A r-id li-m: ,ontiMU'd uutil about half xfc J in w county democratic central '- organized to-day by the "i A. ;. wli...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 5 September 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, ' WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1888. A PLEA FOR THE MINERS. Editor Journal- Vixeb : As a citi sens of your county and territory I beg leave to call your a t.Mition to an impor: tant fartor in the inn-rest of a very large and intelligent class of our cuizens upon whom a grear deai is dependent as to the future prosperity .ind growth and anaterial wealth of this county and terri tory, viz: "Our stalwart mining men." In the past they have been too much ignored in the selection tor legislative and ether positions cf trust which your sober judgment will hardy con aider right and pioper. There is no class of wealth which the great west is receiving as much enquiry from every portion of ih. continent and abroad as the wealth of its mines of gold, silver and copper, and to the citi zens here it has a two-fold bearing. Fust, the production of the mineral itself; second, the miner is a constant con sumer of the market products hence in valuable to all other tradesmen ...

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. — 12 September 1888

c ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER VCYT. YYVT Wn 1 S Aria Mlaer. Ktabllhe March . 1H4. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 188S PRICE TEN CBNTS, - mZOM WEOL. JOUHML-HlliER. POWER PRINTING HOUSE- The Amizona Joubnal-Mtneb us published varv ay in ttie year cxceni uunday. TbcAkitona weekly .Touunal-Minjk is published every Wednesday, at Prcecott, the aaont aeat of Yavapai couuty, at a capital of Atiaona. bt 'I he Ariaona Publishing Company J. C. MARTIN, Manager. TEKMS: A) ally, per year tu adrauce $10 00 Daily, per mouth 1 00 b.ily. delivered by carrier to city sub- .cibers, per week 25 Weekly. ter rear 4 0 Weekly, six in on the 2 50 weekly, luree montns i 'a inrle copy 10 drAdrerllBing Hates made known on ap plication to this office oratllie ubuve agencies AGENTS. J.H. Bates. 41 Park Row. Sen York. Balmer A Rey, Tribune Bulldinir, New York ff, w. Ayer & Sou, Times nuilUjiig, rnila dalphla. K. C. Dake, 8n Francisco. L, P. Fiabr, S.n Francisco. Palmer & Rey, dun Francisco. W...

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. — 12 September 1888

liZOU WtflM JOUIIUL-MtlER. J. C Maktin, Editoi. WEPNE8DAY,SEPTEMBEK12.1888. Xatititl Repmblicaa Ticket Fr President of the United States, BENJAMIN HARRISON, Or IVDIAVA. For Vice President, LEVI P. MORTON, OF IIW YORK. COUNTY REPU1LIOAH TICKET. fOR TERRITORIAL COUNCIL, J . M. W. MOORE, ot Lynx Creek. fOR THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY, E. H. WITHERELL, of Verde Station , A. T. BRANN, of Turkey Creek ; D. M. MARTIN cf Copper Basin ; J. V. RHOADES, of Flagstaff; FRANK L. ROGERS, of Williams. F OR SHERIFF, W. O. O'NEILL, of Prescott. FOR TREASURER, T. J. BUTLER, of Prescott FOR ISTRICT ATTORNEY, JOHN HOWARD, ot Prescott, FOR RECORDER, CHARLES H. AKERS, of Prescott. FOR PROIATB JUDGE, W. H. McGBEW, of Prescott FOR SUPERVISORS. L. S. KNOWLES, of Beaver Creek ; D. B. HARRAR, of Tonto Basin. EDITORIAL NOTES. The Maine election was held yester day. Vermont is a small state, but she rolls up a big republican majority. Cleveland's letter of acceptance was Riven to the world on Sunday evening. It has...

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. — 12 September 1888

3 MUZOK& WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1SSS. rom Thursday's Daily. There is considerable building going on at preterit in Prescott. J. G. Ilerndon and lleury Gold water returned fro n Tucson to-da.. . Judge Wright and E. M. danford re turned from Kingman yesterday. C. A. Peters has sold lot VA, block 25, East I'rescott, to W. II. Hatcher, for $33. Geo. . Sines, .!aa. A. Guild and J. N. Kodenbnrg vieiUil Witherellville to- day. For climate, winter or summer, Pres to t discount any place on this cunti :i 'it. Slickers and Kubber Coat for Ladies and Gents, very cheap, at A. Wollen berg'a. Kobert. Drinuti has .sold his 1 brand and 20 head of cattle to E. II. Witherell, for if'100. "Old Grizzly" has established his headquarters in a room at the residence of Mr. Elde. I), rf. liriggs left to-day for Cotton wood, where he will commence a term of school on .Monday. Henry Taekett, shot recently at Je rome by John Woody, in-)iow said to be in a fair way of recovery. .Mrs....

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 12 September 1888

ttHQIU WEEKLY JtiiMAL4llllEIL WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1888. Think of Th Things. "The main question in America is English free-trade againit the continen tal system of protection. The American election is infinitely more important to Englishmen than their own internal politics just at this juncture. The result of the American election will help to decide many important issues in Great Britian." London Sunday Times, July 15, 1888. "Protection to home industries I regard as the ruot important plank in any platform after the union roust and shall bt preserved. " U. S. Grant, "It is my deliberate judgment that the prosperity of America is mainly due to her system of protective laws," Prince Bismark. "No man's wages should be so low that he cannot make provision in his days of vior for the incapacity of acci dent or the feebleness of old age." Benjamin Harrison. "The wages of the American labortr cannot be reduced except with the con sent of and the votes of the American laborer himself....

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. — 19 September 1888

JOURNAL-MINER. ARIZONA PRESCOTT. AHIZONA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1888 VOL. XXVI No. 2. aiiata afarek . 1M. PRICE TEN CENTS. taaliar 1H7A. J WEEK Li IHZONA WEEKLY POWER PRINTIMO MOM The Arizona Jouknal-Mijjw U psMleaei everyday in the year except amaaay. The Arizona wxaau JoduMuw i to published every Weanesday, at rseo!, county seat of favapal county, tt capital ef Ariaona. BT The Ariaona Publisiiif J. C. MARTIN, MWK. tiuu: Dally, per year in ad ranee Dily, per month Daily, delivered liy carrier to city se- cMbera, per week Weekly, per year Weekly, eix months - Weekly, three months $18 M I 60 aft 4 flu 5 M I Mniric copy.. rar-A.tv..rlliiur Ittli'i inula klQWB Oa Sp- plicction to this office or at the above ajreacies AGENTS. J.H. Bates, 41 Park Row, New To. falmer & Key, Tribune BulldlBK, Jt?. S. W.Ayer& Son, Times BalMlaff, "aua tielpbla. E. C. Duke, Ban Francisco. L, P. Fieher, 8m Francisco. Palmer fe Key, San Francisco. Where the paper If kept on lie. SPKCIAL .NOTICES. ti...

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. — 19 September 1888

i 1ST V WX! w JDHRHL-fslHFR ;. G. Martn. lidiiui. WK 1 iSKSl)! Y , SEPTEM1S j. .National Itcpnbliciui Ticket. For President uf the- United Suites, BENJA3I1X HAKKISOX, OF IXUIAA. For Vice rreaidtml, LEVI 1. MORTON, OF XEW YORK. COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOB. TERRITORIAL COUNCIL, J. M. W. MOORE, ot Lynx Creek. FOR TRE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY, E. H. WI THER ELL, of Verde Statiuii , A. T. BR ANN, of Turkey Creek ; I). M. MARTIN cf Copper Basin ; J. V. RHOADES, of Flagstaff; fRNK L. ROGERS, f ".ViHJ.rrs. - -m. si:r-i?r, , , ..-KILL; of V c. YQK TREASURE, T. J. BUTLER, 'ii'I'iescott FOR S.'STRICr ATTORNEY. JOHN HOWARD, 6$ l'rescott, FOR. RECORDER, HARLE5 H. AKERS, ot Prescott. fOR Probate judgk. W. H. McGKEW, of PrescotL FOR SUPERVISORS. L. S. KNOWLES, of Beaver Creek ; D. B. HARRAR, of Tonto Basin. EDITORIAL NOTES. The San Fnncisco Chronicle is do ing excellent work for the republican cause on the Pacific roast. Foity-two cases of yellow per day am frnni Iacksonvilit. Total J' w. S- J case?...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 19 September 1888

..... n - intiniir! SMlir- I WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1SSS. & . From Thursday's Daily. 6. P. B ban is in town. John Roberts was up from Kirkland to-day. No news yet from the eheriff concern ing the train robbers. Tom Hennessey, the pugilist, is up from Walnt Grove. Fredericks brothers had another sick horse yesterday morning. A new mining district, called the Joe Walker district, is reported, Judge Wright will open court in Apache county next Monday . Colorado democrats have nominated T. M. Patterson for governor. Peter Verdier, of Walnut Grove, and K. Barrett, of Skull valley, aio ih'town.: M. Wormser, of Phemx. and Gus Shmp, of Tip Top, came in on to-day ' stage. John Stevens returned yeMerday from attending a horse rodeo in Chino valloy. ; C. W. Beach is cutting his third hay croo this season on his Kirkland valley i. - ' ' The Fourth Illative 5fng organ thinks Jo Walker is just the Tight. age for thonff. Uur ciUzens hhoul.! giv nit the-on- oourageu.ent p.Mo to the pn.po.-cd ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 19 September 1888

jyHZONA WEEKLY JOWHUL-HilEIL WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1888. Extracts From Harrison's Lattar. The letter of acceptance of General Bejamin Harrison is too lengthy to be given in full in onr columns, but we quote fro n it below some of ihe salient p(Ants; He places a quietus on the alt repeated and now thread bare worn as sertion that he favored Chinese immi gration by the following unmistakable language : "Wc should resolutely refuse to per mit foreign governments to send their paupers and criminals to our ports. We are also already under a duty to defend our aivil position by excluding alien races whose ultimate assimilation with ours is neither possible or desirable. The family has betn a nucleus of our best immigration, and the home the most potent assimilating force in our civifization. The objections to Chinese immigration ar distinctive and con clusive, and are now so generally ac cepted as such that the question has passed entirely around the stage of ar guments. The laws relat...

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