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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 19 May 1890

IWMw- i ,- ' ''?rr?- ' - -' -" ! . - . - . .. - , jmmimwl ., - f Mir hi in ! - t?M Arizona!- Republican VOL. T. PHOENIX, MONDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 1890. NO, 1 BNJtk TJF' . T-'tiHiwipmwv- in iimim miiiiimii mm i ii inn in r TTBMwniiMHiwMiTnMwitiwiiwwninni TirMffrPi 11 nimiiiinrrw tot iwi hi !! i ! nmnwrnmnmwiinrrTrBr'Ti m ! niMf-iM i mn pi 'iibmmbpiiiib i iiih mijiim ii hhhuph mi " '"?W?-W ,!3Iss'tF5h 1 , r , - V , - . - . The , si . Lrf (IV.. ) r S t A Silver Legislation Das tlio Right of Way. Discussion of tho Tariff' to bo Livelior. A Bitter Election Contest in Prospect -Overturning U000 Majority The River and Harbor Bill. AVAfcHi.NQTO.v, Doc. 18. Silver will be tbe principal topic discussed in the sen nto ngain this w eek. Tho addresses in lnemoritim of the late Iteprcscntativo Kelly, of Pennsylvania, will bo delivered on Tuesday afternoon and Saturday will Ihj devoted to tho calendar. These are tho only probable interruptions of tho silver debate. Tho first three days of the week ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 19 May 1890

mmm uwmpwwwwwu hhhjh m 'III ' '1- -. THE, ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, ,PHCENIX, (MONDAY MORNING, MAY 19. 1890. i III; I' Vic m 1 ffl ''Y f I JE9 H IE ARIZONA REPUBUCAN. filf, MMIIJCAS ltUIHMl COUMN'V. Published Kvety Day in the Year. KATES OK bUllbCIIUTION. J)lly, itTwi-i-V, by currier ? .Si Dally, j.t uionth, y currier 1 W Dally, jut month, liy mall . 1.00 Dally, three month", by mull . . . itt) Dally, six month, by mall MO Dally, one jear, by mall HUM Weekly, Jh.t month. .Si Weekly, ier quarter .7S Weekly, jier nix montlii 1.W Weekly, ier year -W Emeriti at the KstollHf at matter of the H'coml class. De.nvek has competitive water win panics. Rlessed in Denver. The Republican has not come to pull down but to assist in building up. IUilkoad rumors a surely presage railroad building as smoke denotes the presence of fire. Thk MoKinloy tariff bill is daily gain ing strength, not only with Congress, but with the people also. Phoenix is in need of a perfect system of sewerage and liberal concess...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 19 May 1890

wEsPWFJwHjP 1 IWMIf 4 !.' ..!-;-.: l .,'.. ....UMWWyrfcy4f4iy,rt uaA k u h 3 ,n The Orchards of the Val ley Visited. JJenwrkable Progress Made In a Very Few Years. Sights That Should Ho Seen By Every Resident and Shown To Every Visitor. I )ino boon out among tho orango groves this i eek and will gladly report nij observations for tho benefit of The K'lrimiJC.v.v. I bco you squint ono. cyo a', the words "orango groves," as did one old fruit grower from Florida last winter w hen I showed him a wood cut in ono of our advertising pamphlets rep. resenting an Arizona vineyard. Tho Florida man said: "That looks well on paper, but you can't show me tho vineyard, can you?" I said that I could and sent him out to tho Adams & Logan vineyard of eighty acres. Ho returned perfectly convinced. Now wo actually liavo an orange grovo and it beats any picturo that scrilw or artist can ever make, and I advise every resident in this valley and every now comer to seo it at once. I refer to the ono nt...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 19 May 1890

I m r P,T t J. . A : i rirwcn rn'ir 7 n 1 i jD. Coals and Zcckciulorl' the Lucky Men Who Will Represent iVi'i zona at Chicago. Duties of the Commissioners of ' the Columbian Exposition j Alternates not yet Niiined. 'I he World' Fair ooinmis-iionorsliip plums nro gone. Late Saturday afternoon, Governor Wollloy, acting under instructions given him iii n reeent letter from Secretary Blaine. npiKiinted George F. Coats, late mayor of Plioeniv, as tlie Republic an and William Zeekendoif of Tucson, as the Democratic inembr of the World's Columbian Commission. The act under which these Commis sioners are apiointed from each State and Territory, and from the District of Columbia, with eight at large, the whole to select u site within the city of Chicago for tho erection of buildings in which to hold the WorM's Columbian Exposition of 1SS12; to allot space for exhibitors; prepare a classification of exhibits; determine tho plan and scopo of the exposition; appoint all judges and examiners; ma...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 20 May 1890

1 w K M The Arizona Republican VOL. I. PI-ICENIX, TUESDAY MORNING-, MAY 20, 1890. NO, A', JSw V 1 El The Oregon Grandmother Flies the Track. Mitchell Disagrees Emphati cally With His Colleague. An Exciting Discussion in tlio Sen ate Tariff Debate in the House The Work of Congress. "Washington, May ID. In the Senato to-day Hale, from the rommittcc on ap propriations, reported back tho annual naval nppiopriation bill. The silver bill was then taken up, and Dolph addressed ethSenate.IIo thought that international action was desirable in considering tho various plans proposed, and was satis fied that the plans recommended by the secretary of the Treasury were open to less and to fewer objections than any of the others. The purpose was to keep Itotli gold and silver coin in circulation. Ho argued against tho free coinage of silver as something that would stop tho coinage of gold, but remarked that what he said in regard to free coinage did not, of course, apply to free coinage under an i...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 20 May 1890

f Jf THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, TUESDAY MORNING-, MAY 20, 1890. "& i THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. -1IY- THE REPUBLICAN PUBUSIliNG COMPANY. Published Every Day in tho Year. KATKS 01' BUnSCIIUTlON. Dally, iKTweek, by currier .. .. I ,SS Dally, imr inomli, ly carrier . l.(0 Dall , ih.t month, by mall . . 1(0 Dally, three months, by mall .... '2.U1 Daliy, six months, ly mall . MM Daily, one year, by mall . 10.1M Weekly, Jptr month. .2.1 Weekly, jkt miarter .".r Weekly, jkt six months LM) Weekly, ier year 'J..') Entered at the jxMtotlk'o at matter of the eecoml data. Down tho back-biter. Oint business is increasing. You will find all the news in Tin: Hi: run ican. Tun South doesn't want a tax on tobacco nor whiskey. TiiKitK is no interest of Arizona that The ltEi'uiiLic.iK despises. Tin: Ki:rum.icAX gives the markets of the world every morning. Therefore, read it. Conhhisio.vai, aid to silver will help tho in hole west and no section more than Arizona. Tin: '"organ" business will no...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 20 May 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, TUESDAY MORNING-, MAY 20, 1890. m 3 NO POLITICS IN IT, The Efforts Made to Disin corporate Tombstone. Some Inside History of the Struggle. Why Governor Wolf ley Was Asked to Interfere to Save the Sink ing City. Matters have quieted down nt Tomb stone, which is perhaps as it should be. There aro n few malcontents, of course, but the better sentiment of the community seems to favor maintaining the city government, as the following from the Epitaph will show: Every since the agitation for disincor poration commenced the affairs of tho city government have been considerably deranged, and owing to tho refusal of Mayor Thomas and Councilman Mc pherson to perform tho duties of tho oflico to which they had been elected, supplemented by the action of some of our business men refusing to pay their licenses, matters were rapidly approach ing a climax that would have been disas trous to the interests of the city. Hut tho emergency has been met, the danger has be...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 20 May 1890

THE ARIZONA iREPUBIIOAN, PHCEN1X; TTTESDA-Y MORSrrN'Gr, MAY 20, 1890. I WHERE i ! r -3 H John Dale is Behind Prison Bars. Quick Work on the Part of Phoenix Oillcers. night nnd will join his company to-day which is en routo to Tucson. Troon D. has boon stationed at Ft. McDowell for some time past, butns the station there has been oruereu a Dan doned. the troop is moving overland to Ft. Lowell, near Tucson. Their stay at Ft. Lowell will bo short, howover. The iin uavairy is 10 cnango stations wun tho 2nd Cavalry, which is now stationed i nnoltrn Wiialtltuttnn ourl tmrtlinril Idaho, and after a short rest at Ft. Lowell Troop I), will go to t. walla Walla, Washington. NOT SEVKUKfV 1'UNISIIKI). HOTEL ARRIVALS. HOTEL LEMON. E. A. Murphy, Aurora. S. Page, Los Angeles. COMMERCIAL HOTEL. K. M. liachelder, S. F. C. Qazley, St. Louli. W. II. I'eck, Los Angeles. MILLS HOUSE. W. II. Hames. Tucson. J. N. Behan, Yunu. Wm.M.Uivcll.TucBon. K. II. Paul, Tucson. C.M.WlUlanis,Marliopa. Ileal State Tran...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 21 May 1890

Arizona Republican. VOL. I. PHOENIX, WEDNESDAY MORNING-, MAY 21. 1890. NO, 3 The If U ' mwi in Iowa Prohibitionists Make a Vigorous Fight. The Tariff Debate Growing Warmer. A Hard Struggle Over the Sugar Schedule McKinley Finally Curries His Point. .SENATE. Washington, May 20. Stanford in troduced a bill for loans on public lands nnd announced tlint ho would hereafter address the Senate on this subject. Tho Senate then proceeded to consider the original package bill. Wilson of Iowa, who introduced tho bill, nddrcfsed tho Senate in explanation and advocacy of it, stating that it was made necessary by the recent decision of the Supreme Court. It seems in rc-ponso to a sug gestion contained in that decision, that Congress could permit tho exercise of tho restraining power to n State, and it was for the purpose of gaining that per mission that the bill had been intro- duced and reported. The effect would be to leave each state to determine for itself what its policy should bo in re gard...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 21 May 1890

1 I THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 21, 1890. B. f i t THE AIWA REPUBLICAN. -I1Y- THE REPUBLICAN I'lEISIIIXG COMPANY. Published livery Day in the Year. nVTKS OK 8UIISCKI1TI0N. Dally, per week, by carrier Dully, per month, by carrier Dally, per moiitli, by mull Dally, three month, by mall Dally, nix months b) mall Dally, one year, by mall V ccUy, Jpcr month Weekly, ier ouarter Wu-Uj, per six months .35 1 (X) 100 2 50 .MO 10(10 .'i'l .75 1 W .' SO VVeeklj.porjear Entered at the nostoflleo in matter of the second class Let the gulled jiulc v incc. AViio is opposing statehood, anyway? "Hkkk's to the quadroon baby may it lic. long Additional telegraphic news will be found on the third page. The UcruiiLicvN now luw double the circulation of any newspaper in Ari zona. As the tick cleaves to the dog, so cleaeth the Zulick appointee to the pub lic tent. The first Territorial exchange to reach us was that splendid weekly, tho Flor ence Jluterpi ise. The undeveloped res...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 21 May 1890

TtfE ARIZONA .REPUBLICAN, PHCENIX, WEDNESDAY MORNING-, MAY 21, 1890. 1 i i ffAIMT GROVE FLOOD Children Made Orphans by ihe Flood. Ninety-Three Thousand Dol lars Damage. A Heavy Reckoning Demanded from the Storago Conpany Argument Begun Yesterday. Tlio flood sufferers have begun their battlo in earnest. Before Judge Kibby, in the District Court yesterday, Judge Hurrfs Baldwin, of l'rescott, oiTercd'to argued a plea in abatement for tlio defendent corporation in the now celebrated cases against the "Walnut Grove "Water Storago company etal. There are fourteen of those oases in all, and tho damages asked for nggre gato $03,000. The "Walnut Groo disaster is of too recent occuranco to need extensive men tion at this time. The people of tho whole United States were thrilled with horror when tho news was Unshed to every large city nnd even to the remotest hamlet in the land that a great dnm had burst in one of the mountain canons in Arizona, and that a calamity diHering in degree only from...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 21 May 1890

i m- THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENIXr WEDNESDAY MORNINGS, MAY 23, 1890. A- s t k A Visit (o the Phoenix ric Works. An Expert Explains Various Machines. the Force of the Current How It is Gen crated, Regulated nml Con troloil Cost of tlie riant. The electric light company is doing n rock! work for the city of l'liivnix. A reporter for Tin: Rkpimiuuan visited Jlic works on Cortes street yesterday, and was courteously shown over the premises by Manager Onyx and Elec trician W. 15. Pnnnalee.the latter gentle man lieing an expert in his business and making clear to the scribe's mind the uses of all the odd-looking machines grouped about the Hoar of the main building. Everybody known, of course, that electricity ia generated by steam, and for thia purpose the company has a sixty-horso power, high pressure lluck eye engine. o Frojm an immense drivo wheel a lelt is run, to a low set machine called an excitor, whero a numWr of brushes whirling rapidly on prepared plates generate the current ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 22 May 1890

Arizona Republican. VOL. I. PI-ICKNTX, THURSDAY MORNING-, MAY 22, 1890. NO, 4 The mixm M ivumv. A Profitless Discussion of the Silver Bill. The House Wild Over the UcKinleyTariliBill. After a Loiiff anil Determined Fig-lit in the House the Measure Passes by a Strict Party Vote. "Wamiixoto.v, May 21. At tho open ing of tho Senate! to-day, tho resigna tion of Sergeant-nt-arms Canaday was received and laid on tho table. Tho silver bill was then taken up, and Stewart argued that tho demonetization of silver had depres.-ed the prices of commodities from 30 to -10 per cent, and that tho remonetizution would produeo good times again. Tho object of tho silver men was to furnish more money, to stop contraction, to relievo tho debtor ami producer, and to preserve to tho people their right of property and lib erty. Tho Republican party had in corporated in its national platform a declaration in favor 1-oth of gold and silver and had condemned the policy of the IVinocratie administration in its...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 22 May 1890

TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENIX, THURSDAY MOENING-, MAY 22, 1890. sT- t i. p.- J-": 'L ' i . - s 4 L ..ft- ZONA 1 i ilK. -HY- TIIE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY Published Every Day in tho Year. KATKfl DK HUII8CHUTI0N. Dally, per week, by carrier .. .. Dally, per month, by carrier . . Dally, per month, by mall Dally, three, months, by mall Dally, bK months, by mall Dally, ono J car, by mall 1 IX) 1(0 1! 50 1100 10 0O ,7!i l.ra 2..V) n cckiy, ;ih.t monin Weekly, ier quarter Weekl), per six months Weekly, pur) ear KntereU at tho postofflce. as matter of second class. tho Sewkhaok is badly needed. Ohqaxizk Republican clubs. Mechanics are busy in Phcenix. Fkost prevails in Preseott, even now. Nevck before were tho mines of Arizo na so promising. Coitkii is in sympathy with silver, ami is climbing up. The original pr.ckago decision is help ing irrigation in Iowa and Kansas amaz ingly. The "Weekly Rkiuiiucan will appear on Thursday next. Sent anyuhero for $2.50 a year. A fi:w arc lights s...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 22 May 1890

THIS ARIZONA REPUBLICAN,' 'PHtENIX, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 22, 1890. Phoenix Has a Sensation. Genuine The Grand Jury Draws a Full Hand. And a Merchant of This City Finds Himself in a ttathor Unenvi able Predicament. Phoenix has a well, n sensation. It created quite n breeze upon tho streets, too, late yesterday afternoon, when it became noised about, rather guardedly, that ono of the large mer chants, and a well-known citizen, had run a tilt with tho Grand Jury and got worsted. Ever sinco it was cmpanneled on Monday, the Jury has been at work be hind closed doors and from out tho se cret chamber there havo floated dark hints of transactions that wero to thrill the people of tho entire city. The peoplo will, very probably, bo duly thrilled. Yesterday the Grand Jury came into Court and, through tho Foreman, in formed Judge Kibby that they wero ready to submit a partial report. The Jury was given the right of way, as is customary in such cases, and tho fore man handed up two indictments...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 22 May 1890

M THE ARIZONA REPUBLJOAN, PHOENIX, THURSDAY MORNING-, MAY 22, 1890. i tnr iv iW, Annual Report of Geolo gist Blandy. What the Mines Have Done During the Year. The Output of the Several Counties in Detail A Decrease From lilili) The Vulture Mine. John F. Plainly, Territorial Geologist, submitted his report for tho year 1888 to Governor Woliloy yesterday. The document ia very voluminous, going with great detail into tho mineral resources of tho Territory and being ac companied by maps of tho several min ing regions with detailed explanations. Mr. Blaiulv reports that during tho year ho has visited tho several mining districts in tho territory, watching the progress of work and collecting the statistics of production as acquired by tho net creating his office. What is most needed by the Territory at present Js a careful illustration of its wealth in detail. Tho report estimates tho product of tho Territory during tho past year by counties as follows : Mohave, gold, $135,727.73 ; silver...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 23 May 1890

Arizona Republican VOL. I. PI-ICENIX, FRIDAY MORNING-, MAY 23, 1890. NO, 5 The PI OFJONGRESS. donaior uanieis iiiaivos a Brilliant Silver Speech. The Ittvcr and Harbor Bill Under Discussion. Southern States Cannot Caro for the Flood Water of the Mississippi The Levee System Washington, Mny 22. In the Senato to-day h messngo was presented from President Harrison with n communica tion from the Secretary of tho Interior on the subject of purchasing from tho Creek Indians land for use of tho Seini nolcs. Heferred. The credentials of Calvin S. Brice, as Senator from Ohio, were presented. A eonfetence committee was ordered on the pension appropriation bill. The Silver hill was then taken up. Daniels addressed tho Senate. He said that gold and silver money were wedded by nature, liefore a jury of all tho civi lizeH and enlightened nations through out centuries the cause of gold and sil ver had been heard and with ono voice the nations had answered that to gold and silver belonged the royal...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 23 May 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBUOAN, PHOENIX, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 23, 1890. , ' i a & i 4 J. I I F f. I . 55 r THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN -MY- THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. Published Every Day in tho Year. nVTKH OK blUISCBIITION Pally, per week, by carrier Dally, icr month, by carrier . Dally, per month, by mail Dally, thrco months, by mall . Dally, six mouths, by mall Dally, one year, by mall Weekly, Jper month. Weekly, jer quarter Weekly, per six months Weekly, per year Entered at the postofllco Fecund class. I .2S 1.00 1.00 2.W) 6.00 10.00 .2.i .7i l.M 2.50 matter of the Rah bii.vkr is steadily advancing. Under tho now order of things tho rornl will mnko money, but wiiit till the various Legislatures meet and then seo tho boys shako up tho old man. By tho way, is the pruning knifo to bo applied to tho Washington bureau, also. Send The Weekly friends East and "West. Hki'Uhlican to &I.T.TY-THREE new subscribers were placed on tho books of The Republican yesterday. The silver men must no...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 23 May 1890

1 v THE ARIZONA- REPUBLIOAlSf, DETSCENpc, FKIpAY MOKNINO, MAY 23, 1890. I 1 WHAT BTBE UW1 Early History of the Ballot in tho Territory. How the Republican Judges Helped the Democrats. Reasons Why tho Fifteenth Legisla tive Assembly Abolished First Tapers. To The Republican. I noticed an ar ticle) in your paper of 22d inst. headed, "This i9 the Law." Having been a citi zen of Arizona prior to its being organ ized as a Territory, and whllo Arizona was a part of New Mexico, and having been a member of tho second, third and fourth Councils of the Territory, I -will Btato that this question v as always a knotty question to deal with. As a member of the judiciary committee of tho fifteenth Legislative Council, I will state that tho committee did inves tigate and consult with tho loading attorneys of the Territory upon tho sub ject, and wo bolievo that we were right in passing tho amendment at tho last ses sion. It is a matter of fact that tho organic act, (tho organic act of New Moxieo wa...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 23 May 1890

: l - THE ARIZONA. REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 23, 1890. KMtt )V l m 1 Secretary Blaine Will Set tle Them. Local Authorities Must Keen Hands Oil'. Scnor Itoincro (Jets a Mexico Governor Notified. Note from Woliley The Department of State tit Wabing ton neeiiH to think that Arizona oiliciuls litivo taken upon themselves the adjust ment of international differences. Now, whatever may be the cae with other States and Territories lying along the Mexican border, the officials of Arizona have never by an act as sneh officials in terfered in any manner with questions along the boundary, nor with the diffi culties that are necessarily constantly grow ing out of friction on the frontier be tween the conflicting interests of the citizens of the tuo Republics. Marshal Paul, as was his duty, has of course watched for Chine.-o coining over the border, and has kept on the alert for smugglers. That is nil that has been done. In fact it is doubtful if the majority of the Territorial of...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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