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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 26 September 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. TTrn" YYVT "W Arizona Miner. RtMIh1 Mitrrh U. 1SC4.) VKJlu. AAV1 iU. O. lArlBOM Journal. fctab!isln a 1S7 I. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 188S PRICE TEN CENTS. AKZOU WEEKLY JOyBJUL-iWEB. POWER PRINTING HOUSE Tne Akiiona. J ocbxal -Miner is published every day Id the year except Sunday. The Akizoxa. Weki.t Joubnal-Mixxb la published every Wednesday, at J'reBcoit, the county aeut of favapai county, and capltjl of Arizona. BT The Arizona Fublisning Company J. C. MARTIN, Manager. terms: Daily, per year in advance $10 00 D.iily per month 1 00 laily, delivered by carrier to city aub- wriberf, per week 25 Weekly, per year 4 0 B Weekly, sir months 4 50 Weekly, three months I 25 Single copy 'U tAilvertlBlnK Katea maae Known on ap plication to this office or at the ab ive agencies AGENTS. J. U. Batee, 41 Park KoV, New York. I'alinur & Hey, Tribuno Building, New York N. W.Ayer A Son, Times Building, Phila delphia. K. (.'. Dake, San Francisco. L....

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. — 26 September 1888

UTZOMA itEKLi JQUBfUL-MINER. J Maktin, Kdiltir. WEDNESDAY , SEPTEMBER 26. 1888. National Republican Ticket For President of the United Statee, BENJAMIN HARRISON, OK INDIAXA. For Vice President, LEVI P. MORTON. OF KKW YOUK. Territorial Keimblican Ticket. F"R DELEGATE TO CONGRESS, THOMAS F. WILSON, Of Tucson. FOR JOINT COUNCILMAN, NORTHERN DISTRICT, J. k. KILPATRICK, Of Flagstaff. COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR TERRITORIAL COUNCIL, J . M. W. MOORE, of Lynx Creek. fOR THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY, E. H. W1THERELL, of Verde Station , A. T. BRANN, of Turkey Creek ; I). M. MARTIN of Copper Basin ; J. V. RHOADES, of Flagstaff; FRANK L. ROGERS, of Williams. FOR SHERIFF, W. O. O'NEILL, of Prcscott. FOR TREASURER T. J. BUTLER, of Prescott. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY. JOHN HOWARD, ot Prcscott, FOK RECORDER, CHARLES II. AKERS, of Prescott. for Prokate judce, W. H. McGUEW, of PrescotL FOR SUPERVISORS. L. S. KNOWLES, of Beaver Creek ; I). B. HARRAR, of Tonto Basin. EDITORIAL NOTES. OUR CANDIDATES. Who They...

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. — 26 September 1888

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1888. LOCAii 2TOTES. kom Thursday's Daily. J. R. Walker is in town. Several drummers came in to-day. T S. Bullock is due here to-morrow. Flagstaff" wants her branch jail re paired. Head George "Washington's cigar .. rustic. No word yet concerning the train lobbers . Secretary Bayard wan taken quite -lck last night. Lieut.. Glassfonl and family left this ifteruoon for Phenix. Oitv taxes are due and will become i i ".,....t Arvhor lflt. H:A1IIMUV;1XI. vww- jXliere is a scarcity of dwelling house? ii. .'lescott at present. '.I. EgerH left at an e:rly hour this . .r ! i iiuf or Walnut G rove. lite railroad boy took the Prescott A Arizona Central Pullman car out to- : C. Dodd, day operator at Prescott Junction, took a run into Prescott on t- day'rf train. .1 B. McCutchen, wifo and child, of the Asua Yia, left for a visit to Cali fornia yesterday . Edward I Ixnig has filed a stock brand for record, ilia range is located ..u the lower Ague Fria. K. M. Sanford has l...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 26 September 1888

mm WEEKLY JHHIIIIL4IINER. WEDNESDAY, SErTEMBER 26, 1S88 NEWS. NOTE8 AND COMMENTS. John L. Sullivan is dangerously ill. Yellow fever is speeding in Florida. Congress talks ot adjourning Octo ber I St. John G. Carlisle ius been renominated forcongress. "'-Denver has sent $1,000 to the yellow fever sufferers. An American war ship has been sent to the Samoan islands. Yellow fever nan appeared at a town near Chattanooga, Tennessee. Senator Mitchell has introduced a bill to reduee Utter postage to one cunt. A pay car on the Lake Shore road was robbed near Buffalo of $400,009. Judge Field has refused te grant the plea of David S Terry to be irstored toillberty. Jacksonville reports 156 new cases of yellow lever in one day the bighest,num ber yet reached. In a prize fight for $1,000 and the bantam championship of the world at Landspoint, New York, Eugene Horn becker, of New York, the present cham pion,, lost to Chas. McCalber, of New Jersey, on a foul. Twenty-one bloody rounds were fought. ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 3 October 1888

trc . ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. XTfT YTrT W, J Arlxuna .1IIifr. KHtauIiMlicd March !, 1864.1 VUiJ. yLA.VX XNO. 4. ajtIboku .fnnisint. Kt:ililislii'il 1S74. J PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1888. PRICE TEN CENTS. ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. POWER PRINTING HOUSE- The AltlZONA. JOUKN'AIa-MtNKR is pul)li6licd t-very day iu the year except Sunday. The Arizona Weekly Jodunal-Mixkk is puhlinlietl ercry Wednesday, at Prescott, the county fii-at of Tavapal county, and capitil of Arizona. BY TIc Arizona Publishing Company J. C. MAHT1N, Manager. TEKMS: Daily, per year in advance D.iih', per month luily, delivered ly carrier to city buI -ri tiers, jut week VV-ekly, per year. . Vt-fcly,slx months Weekly, three months Sifi"li! rimv ..... ................... ?10 () 1 00 4 W 1 1 :-"AdverUsiiit: lUtcs made known on ujh plleation to lliis olllce or at the above acm-ie. AOENTS. .1. II. Bates, 41 Park Kow, New York. I'dlmnr fc Key, Tribune Uulldinu, New York S. W. Ayer .V Son, Times Bui...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 3 October 1888

- . . IHZOU VEEILT JOBRIUL4lIE(L J. C Martin, Editor. WEDNESDAY...-OCTOBER 3. 1888. Natiraal Bepnblicaa Ticket For President of the United States, BENJAMIN HARRISON, OF IKDIANA. For Vice President, LEVI P. MORTON, OF NEW YOUK. Territorial Republican Ticket. FOR DELEGATE TO CONGRESS, THOMAS F. WILSON, Of Tucson. FOR JOINT COUNCILMAN, NORTHERN DISTRICT, J. R. KILPATRICK, Of Flagstaff. COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR TERRITORIAL COUNCIL, J. M. W. MOORE, of 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. FOR SHERIFF, W. O. O'NEILL, of Proscott. FOR TREASURER, T.:j. BUTLER, of Piescott FOR ISTRICT ATTORNEY, JOHN HOWARD, ol Prescott, FOR RECORDER, CHARLES H. AKERS, of Prescott. for Probate juuge, W. H. McGREW, of Prescott FOR SUPERVISORS. I4S. KNOWLES, of Beaver Creek ; D. B. HARRER, of Tonto Basin. EDITORIAL NOTES. Captain A. T. Brann's legi...

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

MSIOM& WEEILY JOfflHUUMlMEB, WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3, 1888. Fhom Thursday's Daily. Jleyister at once. J 'ay your city taxes. .Morris Uoldwater left for the east to day. X. O. Murphy and family returned fiom Albuquerque to-day. The Copper basis and Cepper creek rodeo closed yesterday on Potts' creek. jr. A. Billings, the new superintend ent of the stage company, ia in town. T. S. Bullock left for tke east to-day. Lie expects to return again in a few wceku. Put. Yaney, one of the old-time Prcs- ; '1i.ivh." ha returned to i'reecoti cott "boys, again. Bishop Thomas Bowman arrived yes terday, and opened conference this morning. John L Thomson, Bpcrintedont of the United Verde Copper cempany's works, is in town. J. K. Kilpatrick is adding another story to his bank building in Flagstaff, j to he used as a masonic hall. J.Irs. J. L. Fisher and daughters left for OaLland, Californi. this afternoon, for the benefit of the former's health. Sheriff Mulvenon -came in from Flag staff to-day with ...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 3 October 1888

iHKHUi WEEKLY JOUBMIUHNEIL WEDNESDAY .... OCTOBER 3, 1888. English Frae-trade raey. and Democ- In his letter of acceptance Grover Cleveland attempted to dismiss with a simple sneer the accusation made against the democratic party, that it was a free trade party, and as such was working directly in the interests of the English manufacturers. On the first point the following democratic authorities are in troduced ; "All trade should be as free as possi ble . "Speaker Carlisle . "1 desire free-trade, and I will not help to perfect any law that stands in the way of free -trade" Roger Q. Mills. 'The democratic party is a free-trade party or it is nothing." Henry Watter son. "Add to the free list as many articles as possible. Reduce duties upon every dutiable article to the lowest point pos sibles'Secretary Fairchild. "Mr. Mills' speech is a manly, vigor mi and most effective free-trade soeech." Henry George. "If we did not require money to de- Vow 4 V.s nvnpncAc nf rrnvernment 1 1 1 ij t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 10 October 1888

1 5 ii V 4! 3.i l V - ARIZONA WEEKLY MINER. VAT YYT7T "MV 5 (ArlKeBa Miser. KstabllMhed Marek PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1888. PRICE TEN CENTS. JOURNAL I! I to rt n S a i :.4r ARIZONA WEEKLY JOHNAL-iiNER. POWER PRINTING HOUSE- The Arizona. JonuNAL-MiKEH is published tvery day in the year except 8unday. The Auizon'a. Weekly Journal-Minsk is I uhliAhcd every Wednesday, at Prcecott, the ounty seat of V avapai county, and capital of A i zona. BY '1 he Arizona Publishing Company J. C. MARTIN, Manager. TEUM3: I;.iilj-, per year in advance $10 00 i).iilv per month I 00 l:nly, delivered ty carrier to city bud f.crifocrp. cr week ,Wxkly, per year 4 0 , Weekly, ix months a 50 Wecklv. three months I 25 Wnyle copy 10 Advertising Jiates made known on ap- I llcaUon to this omce or anue auuvu agencies AGENTS. .1. II. Bates, 41 Park Row, New York. I'liner fe Key, Tribune Buildinjj, New York S. W. Ayer & Son, Times Building, Phila delphia. E. O. D.akc, flan Franrlsro. L, P. Fisher...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 10 October 1888

-A i I ,1 4" -V- v . J. " Wlj .. , 3 t '". HZIU WEEKLY JOVMUUL-HINEIL j. C Martin, Editor. WEDNESDAY . . .OCTOBER 10, 1888. Natftul Republicam Ticket For Freeidant of the United States, BENJAMIN HARRISON, OF JXDIAXA. For Vice President, LEVI P. MORTON, OF NEW YORK. Territorial Republican Ticket. FOR DELEGATE TO CONGRESS, THOMAS F. WILSON, Of Tucson. FOR JOINT COUNCILMAN, NORTHERN DISTRICT, J. R. KILPATRICK, Of Flagstaff COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR TERRITORIAL COUNCIL, J. M. W. MOORE, of Lynx Creek. FORATHE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY, E. H. WITHERELL, of Verde Station ; A T. BRANN, of Turkey Creek ; D. M. MARTIN cf Copper Basin j J. V. RHOADES, of Flagstaff; FRANK L. ROGERS, of Williams. FOR SHERIFF, w! O. O'NEILL, of Prescott FOR TREASURER, T. J. BUTLER, of Prescott FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY, JOHN HOWARD, ot Prescott, FOR RECORDER, CHARLES H. AKERS, of Prescott for Probate judge, W. H. McGREW, of Prescott FOR SUPERVISORS. L. S. KNOWLES, of Beaver Creek ; D. B. HARRER, of Tonto Basin. EDITOR...

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. — 10 October 1888

MOM WEEKLY JOUBUL-KIHER. WEDNESDAY... OCTOBEK 10, 18S8. From Thursday's Daily. Nights are getting cooL Chus. Ityall is up from his Verde ranch. F. G. Parker has the frame of hid now planing mi 1 up. I. T. Stoddard is in from hiti Oro Uolla mining camp. Thomas McCorinick, the tailor, re turned to l'rescott to-day. Keese M. Ling and bride returned from their bridal tour to-day. E. M. Tackett has taken Frank Iltiggles to the insane asylum. A number of the republican candi dates have gone to Tonto basin. J. Ji. Kilpatrick is renewing old ac quaintances and making lota of new h i ci ids in l'rescott. Mr. and Mr. A. Aitken have moved into the residence of Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. .Randall, on lowwr Granite street. Sandy Donahue brought Everett Mc Mimn in from Flagstaff yesterday, and lodged hiiu in jail, for the theft of a watch. J. J. Milligan and J. G. Keegau have filed slock brands far record, their range being on upper Lyux creek and IJig liug respectively. Arizona exhibits at the Albuquerq...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 10 October 1888

ARIZONA WEEKLY JDORH&L4IHEB. WEDNESDAY.. OCTOBER 10,1888. NEWS. NOTES AND CCJV5IVIENTS. Yellow fever is abating in Florida. Snow storms reported in New York. Judge Tfaurman will not write a letter of acceptance. Free-trade Mills has been renom nated for congress. Levi P. Morton's letter of acceptance has been made public. The man arrested at Denver supposed to be Tascott, proved to be a New Yorker. Co!. Clendening, formerly of this ter ritory, quelled the border troubles in 1 exas. Savannah is now the largest cotton port in the United States, and Norfolk second. Blaine met with a grand reception at Detroit. Thousands turned out io see the greatest living statesman. The Atlantic & Pacific has thirty nine new engines and 800 cars, in use now, which it did not have a year ago. A package containing $5,800 was iinlin from the National Bank of the Republic, New York, in somemysterious manner recently. The head waiter of a Saratoga hotel died recently worth $63,000. He scorned a fe...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 17 October 1888

"3r 'ft: i ' -is, i - r 5 WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. ARIZONA VYVT YYVI XTrv (Artaeaa Miner. Ktttabllhed Mar , 1M4.1 VUIj. 2L2LV1 JMO. b. ArUOKa JeaiMal. established 1874. X PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1888. PRICE TEN CENTS. BIZO)UWEEILTMIIUL-MEIL POWER PRINTING HOUSE The Akizoka Jodbnal-Mineb is publifibed verv dav in the Tear except Sunday. The Akizoka weekly Jodknai..Minkk is j ut.Jisbed cery Wednesday, at Preecolt, the i-ounty scat of Yavapai county, and capit il of Arizona. BT i Ik; Arizona Publishing Company J. C. MARTIN, Manager. terms: Daily, poryear in advance $10 00 i.iiy ;cr month I 00 Daily, delivered ly carrier lo cuy 6UO- Ritrihcrs, per week 25 WVcklj.per year 4 OH WVekly, six months 50 Wuofcly, three months I 25 "Hi -'1 cotv 10 ;T"Advertisinn Hates made known on ap- i m-utioii to this office or at the above agencies AGENTS. J. II. Hates, 41 Park Row, New York. Palmer A Key,. Tribune Building, New York y. V. Ayer Ai Son, Times Building, Phila 'clpbla. . R. C. D...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 17 October 1888

5 3- ' . -Ti,- UKZOU WEEIU JOiHUL-MINEIL J. C Martin, Editor. WEDNESDAY-.-OCTOBER 17. 1888. NatiMal Republican Ticket For President of the United States, BENJAMIN HARRISON, OF Df DIANA. For Vice President, LEVI P. MORTON, OF NEW YOHK. Territorial Republican Ticket. FOR DELEGATE TO CONGRESS, THOMAS F. WILSON, Of Tucson. FOR JOINT COUNCILMAN, NORTHERN DISTRICT, J. R. KILPATRICK, Of Flagstaff. COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR TERRITORIAL COUNCIL, J. M. W. MOORE, of Lynx.CreeR- FOR THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY, ' E. H. W1THERELL, of Verde Station , A. T. BRANN, of Turkey Creek,; D. M. MARTIN of Copper Basin ; J. V. RHOADES, of Flagstaff; FRANK L. ROGERS, of Williams. F'OR SHERIFF, w! O. O'NEILL, of Prescott f-OR TREASURER, T. J. BUTLER, of Prescott FOR RECORDER, CHARLES H. AKERS, of Prescott. FOR ISTRICT ATTORNEY. JOHN HOWARD. ot Prescott, FOR PRODATE JUDGE, W..H. McGREW, of Prescott FOR SUPERVISORS. L. S. KNOWLES, of Beaver Creek ; D. B. HARRER, of Tonto Basin. EDITORIAL NOTES. When will cong...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 17 October 1888

.4 3? V: - ! - - - e 4 BBBBBBBBBBBW ASiZOU lEEKtT JOURIUL-MIHER. WEDNESDAY. ..OUTOBEE 17, 18S8 IjOCAI- uotes. Kuom Thursday's Daily. Miner are still in great demand in this fccctiou. W. If. Buffum has returned from Los Angeles. J J. Lynch, of the Kingman Samp ling works, is in town. There were 2,729 names on the great legister this afternoon. Kintrmun is te have a new church building the present year. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Moore came up from their ranch last evening. V G. Parker is getting the Machinery of hit new planing mill in place. Kov. J. G. Eberhartand family will leave for Tombstone next Monday. M. Hie Dickson, Point of Ilocks, has filed her stock brand, M D, for record. J. V. McGowan wants to let a log contract. See advertisement in this iHKiie. A iKmsion has been granted to Tat rick Ford, who served his country about years. Mitjor Barber has been relieved from duty as assistant adjutant general of this department. There is a sheepman in Flagstaff who will et 10,000 head of sh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 17 October 1888

JUUZOM WEEKLY JOURNAL-MiHEfL WEDNESDAY. . .OCTOBER 17, 1888, Democracy Always for Cheap bor. La- To anyone who is familiar with the history of the democratic patty it will be needless to say that its economic pol icy has ever been that of cheap labor, which always means a political and so cial degTedation, of which the 40-cent-a-day laborer, tissue ballots and shot gun politics of the southern states are to-day the disgraceful monuments. It is quite natural thai the party which thrived upon slave labor and forced the country into a war to prevent industrial freedom, should stand for what seems the next best thing, the lowest priced free labor. The democratic party not only stands for cheap labor as a local practice, but that is the cardinal doctrine in its politi cal economy. No one should be sur prised that the democratic party has em braced English economics. That is the natural goal to which it has been tending for years. The St Louis tariff smashing declaration is no new doctrin...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 24 October 1888

in 4 i .is. A -35. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1888. PRICE TEN CENTS. VOLi. XXVI WO. 7. IatIcwks JeHiaul. tj.bIl 1H74. J mwsa.(sF pffifSfSaaBBBBBBBBBm samfmaaaBBi JOURNAL-MINER. ARIZONA 1 U' U li I 1 WW D h I i II i f I MJJ MJJ 11 Ml M. POWER PRINTING HOUSE nic Arizona. Journal. -Miner is publULcd . cry tiny Jn tbe year except Uunly. The Aiuzona Wkkklt Journal-Minkr ifi loililbvd every Weduedy, t 1'rebcott. ibo . ..unjj e at f Yavaiiiu county, ana capill 01 BT i w Arizona FublisliiNg Company J. C. MARTIN.-Jlaaafcer. TKRH8: fuv. ner vear m advance l? H-ulv. iK;r tuontti liaify. delivered ty carrier to city fiub- cfibern, xr week "AVekly, cr year VVckly,Hix montliK WVfikly, three iiiobUis. 1 (X) 4 U" M SO I 25 10 Ad vertisitis Itatea iaade known on aj pjl.vaum U this office or at the nbove a,'eocjes cony. AOKNTS. il. lUte.i,4l Park Kow, New L-rK. i'aliucr .v: Hoy, Trfbuno Balldlnjr, fwu:j.rk N. . A yr As Hon, limes uuuhiuk, K. O. liakc, 8an Francl6.:o. !., I'. fiBlJ.v8-n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 24 October 1888

IIEOM VEEU.T JOHIUL-NKL J. C Martin, Editor. WEDNESDAY . . .OCTOBER 24. 1888 Natioaal Itepablicaa Ticket For President of the United States, BENJAMIN HARRISON, OF DIDIAXA. For Vice President, LEVI P. MORTON, OF NEW YORK. Territorial Republican Ticket. FOR DFLKCATE TO CONGRESS, THOMAS F. WILSON, Of Tucson. FOR JOINT COUNCILMAN, NORTHERN DISTRICT, J. R. K1LPATRICK, Of FlagstafE COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR TERRITORIAL COUNCIL, J. M. W. MOORE, of Lynx jCteek. FOR THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY, " E. H. WiTHERELL, of Verde Sutton j A. T. BRANN, of Turkey Creek ; D. M. MARTIN cf Copper Basin ; J. V. RHOADES, of Flagstaff; FRANK L. ROGERS, of Williams. FOR SHERIFF, w! O. O'NEILL, of PrescotL FOR TREASURER, T. J. BUTLER, of PrescotL FOR RECORDER, CHARLES RAKERS, of Prescott. FOR 9 1 STRICT ATTORNEY. JOHN HOWARD, of Prescott, for Probate judge, W..H. McGREW, of PrescotL forJsupervisors. L. S. KNOWLES, of Beaver Creek ; D. B. HARRER, of Tonto Basin. EDITORIAL NOTES. Congress adjourned on Saturday...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 24 October 1888

IF.IZQNI WEEILY JOURNiL-fSiHtfL WEDNESDAY... OCTOBEIi 24. 1888. From Thursday's Daily. The rain was a welcome visitor. Thomas Urquhart will leave for Call foriru in the morning. Peter Verdier was in town to-day re- j dicing at the rain. The copius rain will be godsend to Hlock men and laBChera. The Courier expresses admiration for the stage robber, thus morning. Conductor Pratt, of the Pr.-scott fc Arizona Central, has gone east Postmaster Head was on the nick list to-day, unable to report for duty. "Old Grizzly" came in from his Pla centas mining camp last evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Burke are rejoic ing over the arrival of their first born, n daughter. James Shirley, yesterday, purchased a fine scan of black horses, for uso in connection with the Tragic market. Mrs urtis, to-day, re-opened the old Williams House restaurant She has also re-christened it the N-.w Eng land Kitchen. James A. Guild returned from his visit to California last Bight. Ho re ports having teen a number of form...

Publication Title: Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona weekly journal-miner. — 24 October 1888

-7 "--r-SE'y -ift- x 5 Vfj -V . -V - O r4'if? , .1 t I-1 ' - ' --y. ' ...... -.5' -vr MIMA WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER. WEDNESDAY. . .OCTOBER 24, 1888. Judre Tourgse on the Surplus. In bis celebrated Chicago speech, touching upon the surplus, Judge Tour eee said : After three years of control of the government, the democratic party stakes its chances of reinstatement upon one issue. It declares, through the mouth of the president, and reaffirms it through its platform, and tc-day asserts by the tnguesof innumerable orators that it has found a mare's nest a mare's nest with two eggs in'it a surplus on hand and a surplus to be expected. Of the first of these it says nothing; offers no plan; proposes no policy for disposing of it By its action it says : "This surplus of $130,000,000 can do no harm. We will not use it to buy bonds, but we will loan it out without interest to such in stitutions and localities as we may see fit to favor until the year 1907, when we will apply it to the extinctio...

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