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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 13 June 1890

ft The Arizona Republican The Only Paper Between Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatches of the Assooiated Press. VOL. I. PHOENIX, TTRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 13, 1890. NO. 20 Senator Evarls Favors Free Comas ClilU. fn c Thinks the Mints Should Be Thrown Open. Tlie House Considering: Various Ap propriation Bills Finley Poses as mi Obstructionist. By the Astnciated I'rettf Washington, June 12. In the Senate today .Mr. Davis presented the conference report on the dependent pension bill and proceeded to explain it. Tlio rejKirt was ordered printed. The Senate silver bill was next taken up. when Mr. Kvarts addressed the Sen ate. He characterized the net of 1873 ns it "murderous thrust" at silver. After n review of the international conferences on the question of silver, out of which nothing had come, he said: "Now, for the tlrst time in the progress of the matter of redress, tho question con fronted the Republican party, which had a majority in each H...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 13 June 1890

, .,-MM-. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. PHOENIX, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 13, 1890. r- w THE IIFJ'UBLICAX rlEISIHXG COMI'ANV. l'lililHinl Every Diiy in tlio Your. KATKH OF HUIISL'KiniO.N'. Dally, iH-'rweok, by currier ... .2" Dully, H'r month, by carrier . I.W Dally, jht moiitli, by mull l.ui Dally, three mouths ly mull -'.' Dally, six mouth, by mall VH Daily, one jour, by mull 1 J Wi-vkly, vermouth. ... . .'!" Weekly, wr uuarter .'" Weekly, jht ilx months 1..10 Weekly, per jear WO Eiitvrvtl ut the jxMtoillcc as matter of the second cla. AUVKKTIHINH HATKS. S3' Sal ga i -! A I-- ?5 Kb 1 Inch 2 Inch .1 Inch 4 Inch .'1 Inch .50, I IX) I l.UY I 75 f I l 1 .!., 1 .V, 1 7." l' TO - SI ' .V)l 2 iVl 7." 2 2'., 2 73 3 2"i 3 00 4 ft) 3 30.11 00 2, 30 2, 00 3 30, 3, 60 4, 00 3, no 0, (X)' 6 30 7 7V2 21 2 73 3 a 3 731 4 731 3, 30 fi 00 fi no 7 00 7 ,00 8, 30 9 00 9 0010 Mil 50 12. 30 13 30 11 .vvr (X),17 0018 0(1 f I 00 30 130 00, 7 30 30,14 00 00 W .V) 00,11 00 00,17 30 50.2) (X) 00 il (X) 50 21,00 50 J...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 13 June 1890

1 THE ARIZOISTA REPUBLICAN, PHCENIX, FRIDAY MORNING-, JUNE 13, 1890. GOOD MINKS. Are Rome ltlcli Copper Orel That Contrlliutary to I'licenlx. William Taplin, who for several years has l)oeii prospecting and operating in the mines of Yavapai ami Maricopa counties, Mill leave for n summer visit to his Rhode Island homo tomorrow morning. Mr. Taplin carries with him samples from several very promising claims and hopes to create nn interest in tho prop erties on tho part of his Eastern friends. Ho represents four mines in the Winni fred district, this county. These mines are rich in gold, siher and copper. As says from theso lodes givo returns vary ing from $11.40 to $347 per ton. Ono of them, a copper property, assays 39 per cent cooper and $37.50 siher ncr ton. In New River district, this county, Mr. Taplin represents a mino that as says 75 percent copper and is rich in Mlver. In lied Mountain district.south east of 'White Picacsho, this county, ho has a very large ledge that assays 23...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 13 June 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENIX, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 13, 1890. LOCAL BREVITIES. j. Company 15, N. (1. A., hnd fieir reg- f ulnr drill last night on tho company's t panulo ground near the Hotel Lemon. A number of tho young folks of Phienix participated in an enjoyable hop at I'utton'n ptttk Wednesday even ing. John II. Miller and a gentleman from Chihuahua reposu in the lmxoiuont awaiting trial for diunkennexc and (lib orderly conduct. l'luenix has been for about a day ex periencing u famine in tho very necea nary article of sugar. Not a pound wuh to be found in any of the store. The L. W. Itlinn Luinlwr conijmny are erecting at their yaids near the de ot a stable, USx.'M and n Murelioiinc, LVixlOO. The latter building will lxi used for the storage of surfaced lumler, Tho electric light company has for several days had a force of men at work stringing its wires in the direction of Pattern's Park, where It is intended to turn night into day duiing the Fiesta. The line required to rea...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 14 June 1890

The Arizona Republican .v The Only Paper Between Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatches of the Associated Press. VOIj. I. PHOENIX. SATURDAY MORNING-, JUNE 14, 1890. NO. 27 THE CIVIL MICE Report of the Committee. House A Fraud and Farce Under Democracy. How Clerk Campbell Gave Out In- formation Other Interesting Gossip from the Capitol. lly the Associated Press. 1 Washington-, Juno 13. Tho House committee on reform in the civil service, which conducted the investigation of charges against tho civil service this morning held a meeting and aurecd upon a report. The committeo says : "Wo find first, tliat Commissioners Roosevelt and Thompson discharged tneir duties witn entire hueilty and in tegrity. "Second, that tho official conduct of Commissioner Lyman has been charac terized by laxity of discipline in tho ad ministration of tho commission, and therefore censurable. Your committeo will at once investigate tho workings of the system and prese...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 14 June 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENIX. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 14, J 890. ,c i . f : i t I! o- u K - ev THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. -BV- THE REPUBLICAN' PUBLISHING COMPANV. Published Kvcry Dny in the Year. TBE ONLY RiPl'BLlCAN PAPER 1 PHIEMX. KATKS OK HUBSCUUTION. Dally, irweek, by carrier $ .2S Dally, per month, by carrier.. i 100 Dally, per month, by mall 1 00 Dally, three months, by mall iM Dally, six months, by mall MU Dally, one year, by mall .. 10.00 Weekly, per month., .... 23 Weekly, per quarter 75 Weekly, ikt six months . ...,.., 1.60 Weekly, per) car ,2.50 Entered at tlio postofilce aa matter 01 the second class. ADVKUTISING KATKS. Oh 3 a o2 ?3 So 1 Inch 2 Inch 3 Inch 4 Inch 5 Inch Cinch 7 Inch 8 Inch 9 Inch J J Col. 11 In.. 12 In.. 13 In.. 14 In,. 11 In.. IG In.. 17 In.. 15 In.. 19 In.. 20 In.. 1 Col. .50 1.00 1.50 2 00 I .75'1.00 (1.50 75l (3 00 1.50 2 00 oo 00 00 50 50 00 !.25 o.ou 7.50 10.00 12.50 15.00 3. 3. 4. 5 6 f, 7, 2-.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5 00 5.50 6.M G.50 7.00 8.00 3 3...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 14 June 1890

Vr THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, SATURDAY MORNING-, JUNE 14r, 1890. I-OK IURIOATION. Completion of the riorence Keservoltand Irrigating Pitch. J. U. Gcorgo, R. Toohey- and James Reynolds, who liavo for some months Wen supervising scraper work on tlio new Florence resorvolr, returned yester day to Phumix with their teams. The reservoir is described as quite an extensive work. It consists of a walled up degression of the plain, located about fifteen miles below Florence. The reser voir site covers 1800 acres of land, which it is proposed to cover with water to the depth of ilftcen feet. The restraining wall, or dam, is eighteen feet in extreme, height and is in the form of a horscshoo about two and one-half miles in length. Tho construction of the dam was by means of wheel scrapers. When eight inches of earth had been spread tho layer was thoroughly dampened and settled and thou further compacted by the weight of heavy rollers. This pro cess was repeated until the total height had ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 14 June 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENIX, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 14, 1890. Wx K Kfc ff-Jf THE EXTREME PENALTY. JKFFKUSUN WILSON SKKTKNCEU TO DKATII. Ul Attumpy Muvu for New Trial, Which, Heine Denied, They Will Ap peal Oovro Oet Vlte Yenrn, "Jefl'erson Wilson, it is tlio order of tlio Court that the United States Mar shal shall take you to noino secret and secure place at tho Manama County Jail or some other convenient place in this the Second Judicial district and hang you hy the neck until you arc dead I The time of your execution w ill bo fixed in the warrant." Thus spoke Judge Kihhy yesterday afternoon as Jefferson Wilson stood before huii, con victed of murder. Tho crime for which Wilson was yes terday sentenced to forfeit his life is the murder of a brother negro soldier named William Flemming at San Carlos early last summer. The full circumstances of the deed were set fourth in The Re runucAN of May 10, and are familiar to nearly all. Wilson's attorney, 0. T. House, ad dressed tho Cou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 15 June 1890

I -" iV-r , ( m -? " T'-4' , ' jr; 4i'' ) M . $.49BajM,( fc j i The Arizona Republican The Only Paper Between Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatches of the Assooiated Press. VOL. I. PHCENTX. SUNDAY MORNING-. JUNE 15, 1890. NO. 28 I I m JXll Receiving: the Attention of the Senate. Honoring the Late Samuel J. Randall. A Jliffh Tribute to His Manly Char acter and Uprightness by His Successor, Jlr. Yaus. By the Associated Press.) Washington, Juno 14. Among the bills passed whs the Scunto bill to pro vide for tho reduction of Hound Valley Indiiin reservation, California. It provides for the allotment of agri cultural lands in ten-aero lota to Indiana in severalty; tho allotment of timber and grazing lands for the triles jointly lieneflttcd, and acquisition at appraised rates of land now held by purchasers. A survey of all remaining territory into fllO-acro lots, and their sale nt public auction are provided for, the proceeds to be debited in the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 15 June 1890

- -j-p- ',rT5JTijmfiP "-.-BfW- Kir ' THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENIX, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 15. 1890. - S rF a," ; - fr.1 ' U .- tf at? -a 5: ' THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. THE RH1IBUIUN HJMJSKG COMMSV. Published Every Day in tho Year. THE ONLY REPUBLICAN PAPER IN PlllENIN. HATES OK HllllHl'llilTION. Dally, per week, by carrier Dally, icr month, by currier ... Dully, per month, by mull Dally, threo moiitlin, by mull Dally, six mouths by mall Dally, one year, by mall Weekly, per month Weekly, per Quarter Weekly, per six months Wroklv. iht vear. l.oo l.WJ 2..W ft.in) hum .Ti .75 .M 'J..V.1 Entered at the postotllce ai matter it tho second class. AI1VKKTISINU ItATKS. o3. e-,. I Inch J Inch 3 Inch 4 Inch A Inch fi Inch 7 Inch 8 Inch 9 Inch JiCol. II In.. 12 In.. 13 In.. II In.. 13 In.. 10 In.. 17 In.. IS In.. W In.. 'JO In.. 1 Col. I.SOI .7311.001 25 1 50 11.75 0011.00 .VI 5.50 00 7.50 5(i 10.00 001 J. 30 con. ix) 00 17 50 Hi 20.00 00.22.00 5021. IX) 1. 00 l.'ii 1.50 1.75 .00 '-'.SV 1.50 1 73...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 15 June 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENIX, SUNDAY MORNINO, JUNE 15, 1890. " ''' : ; . . -- j TIV KU Opinions of Experts on (ho Subject. No Work for Doctors in the Hot Months. Interviews with Lending Physieliuis Show that the Healthiest Sen son Hero Is in Summer. Noting the number of persons who annually make n trip to California during the warm months and who usually say that they "go for their health," The Rfutiilicas wa led to an inquiry into the comparative healthful nesu of the summer climato of the- Salt Rier Valley as compared with that of the milder months of the other seasons. Naturally, for evidence. u)on health or sicklied, tho physicians of a place are the host authority. A reporter accordingly approached' eecral of tho phvslcians of the city upon the subject. rtIhae been a medical practitioner for forty-seen year-, tho last seventeen in riitcniv," said Dr. J. K. Wharton, w lien approached on the subject. "This is a remarkably healthy country and thiix far no dienes peculiar to thi...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 15 June 1890

1 Si ; THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENIX, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 15. 1890. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. THE RH'lllll.l0.lNraiUSIIIS(i COMIOT. I'liblinlu'd Every Day in tlic Year. THE ONLY REPIBLICAN PIPER IN PHiENK. IIATKS OK tillllhOllilTIoy, Daily, per week, liy carrier Dail), jut nuintli, by carrier . l.w Dull), iKTiiumtli, liy mull .. l.W Daily, tlireo moiitlio, ly mull '-'..Vi Daily, sl months liy mall S.W Hallv, ouejear, by mail 10.W Weekly, ht month 'i' Weekly, jer quarter .".' Weekly, jhtsIx mouths 1..MI Weekly, twr year if Entered ut tlie nostofllcc us matter of the second class. ai)vi:ktisi.n; katks. ' H fl'ICK 5; S ; -s 1 Inch I '.' Inch 1 .1 Inch.l. I Inch h ,' Inch 2, 6 Inchl2 7 Inch S lnchi3 y Inch 3 jUol.il II In.. I 12 In.. . n iii..i.v II In. Jo 1.-. II1..I6 1G 111.. G, 17 Iu.G is In.. '7 Hi In..,7 20 In.. 7 1 Col. s 75'M 00 1 25 M 50 l 73 2 00 2 7512 25 2 73i 3 23 3 75 I 73 3 50 G (X) 6 50 7 00i 7 1X1 1 s 50 9 00 9 (XI 10 .VI' 11 .VI 12 .V) 1,1 VI II vi n 00 17 wis wfi w 50...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 16 June 1890

RSSEfil The Arizona Republican The Only Paper Between Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatohes of the Associated Press. VOL. I. PHOENIX. MONDAY MOTiNING, JUNE 16, 1890. NO. 29 J Work of the Churches Yesterday. The Addresses of Drs. Hick ersou and Pearson. Able Handling- of the Subject "Faith mill Trial" Communion Ser vices) at Trinity Church. Tho churches yesterday were fairly in tended. The Methodist Church South held sen-ices both morning and evening, Hev. Thomas Stewart and Rev. I). F. Fuller olliciating. The Young People's Society of Chris tion Endeavor held an interesting ses sion at the Methodist Episcopal 'church on Washington street at 5 p. in. At the Baptist church Itcv. Rickerson delivered his fifth sermon on tlio rela tion of faith to every day life, entitled: "KAIT1I AND TRIAL." Text, Hebrews 11 :8, 17-10. By faith Abraham, when ho was called to go out into a place which he should after re ceive for an inheritance, obeyed; and ho ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 16 June 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX. MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 16. 1890. t I. j i i r fc ; ; r fr TIIE ARIZONA REPUBUCAN. TIIK REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. Published Every Day in tho Year. THE ONLY REPIBLICW PAPER l PHCMX. HVTEtt OK bUnsi'KlllIDN. Dally, per week, by carrier Dally, per month, by carrier Pally, per mouth, by mall Pally, three months, by mall . Pally, lit months, by mall Pally, one year, by wall Weekly, per month Weekly, per quarter Weekly, per six months f .25 1.1X) 1.00 2.W . A HO 10.00 .'.!." . .75 1..V) Weekly, per year Entered at th a the pottofllee as matter of tho second class. AirVKRTISINO HATES. T I !3 gs !C ! sl P! aS IB Tin Tl CO il25'l 50,1 50 I 75 2.00 2 1 Inch 2 Inch 3 Inch I Inch A Inch 6 Inch 7 Inch 8 Inch 9 Inch KCol. II In.. ia i n. is In.. II In.. 15 In.. in In.. 17 In.. 18 In.. 19 In.. 20 In.. 1 Col. $.50 751 7512.003.00 ,25 2.50, 5 50 i.m 1.50 25 75 2" 75 00 50 00 .0 00 2.m 3 00 7 50 3.60 10 CO I 00 12 50 5 00 15 00 fl.CO 17 50 0 5020.00 7 00,22.00 t mii...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 16 June 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 16, 1890. Varieties Best for this Valley. What Should lie Planted for Proiit. A Lecture from mi Old Fruit (J rower tliat Should be Kead by Every Laud-owner. Last Saturday afternoon, at a meeting of the Maricopa County Fruit Growers' Association, I). Turner, one of the val ley's oldest and most experienced nur sery men, delivered the following essay ujion Arizona fruit culture : At the request of your Secretary I will give a snun esuy uii mj vAviit;m-u wuii Yttrums fruits during my residence of about seven years in this valley, tUTlng my Ideas on tho-e varieties which I hae tried, taking them up separately. 1. l'EACmn All kinds of peaches seem to do ell and bear a Rood average crop, but I think Hint juiiun tiiMKmvuvs uuiu lu iv uiuiv l u erally planted, ecially If we wish to en courage canneries and cater to their require ments. Canneries will demand the jellow clings and will take all they can get of those varieties In preference...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 16 June 1890

THE' ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, MONDAY MORNING-;' JUNE 16, 1890. ' J r FJiv t LOCAL BREVITIES. Our City Fathers design lighting tho Capitol buildings by means of incandes cent electric lamp!) C. S. Mastcn is having erected on bis property, on East Washington Btreet, n handroino brick residenco 40x40 feet in size. Tho cost will npproaeh $5000. Tho contractor is J. M. Dolienoy. The Sears Bros., whoso stock range lies on the Verde river and Deadman canyon, are in the valley with their spring crop of :00 fino steers, Sheridan. Ijtfourette, Eyster, Sharp and others of that vicinity are expected down shortly with bunches of cattle. One hundred and forty fat steers from Tonto Basin, mostly from K. F. Kell ner's ranch, were driven to pasture near l'luvnix yesterday. Jack Brown. Mr. KcllnerV foreman, states that the Tonto Basin ranges arc rapidly beinf: cleared of their surplus cattle, sales being brisk and prices good. For good two and three-year-olds $17.50 is tho average price paid. Shi...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 17 June 1890

The Arizona Republican. The Only Paper Between Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishos the Full Dispatches of the Associated Press. VOL. I. PHOENIX. TUESDAY MOENING, JUNE 17, 1890. NO. SO DEATH H it Mil t an Awful Fate. Tim ii nuin 13 1 n mi Ml) Ii IHD M A Fire Damp Explosion Cuts Them OFF FROM ALL HOPE OF RESCUE. A Urate Young Hero Attempt to (llv the Aliirnii Hut In So Doing CHUse the I)U1it Tlint End His (Inn IJf.i uml That of IIU Comrade Willi Scene Amiiug the Wive anil Families of the Imprisoned .Men A Father Maddened hy IIU Grief Kiulict Into Death lleslde III Son. By the Associated Press.) Dl'.niiaii, I'ii., June 1(5. This morning at 11 :30 a sullen loar shook the lowly miner's dwellings on the Mill farm in Fayette county near this place. Hun dreds of affrighted people who knew the the town too well anil who feared another mine disaster soon found their apprehension well grounded. In n moment the fearful news had spread that the mine had exploded. The lo...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 17 June 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. PHOENIX. TUESDAY MORNING-, JUNE 17, T.S90. -t A- r a I I - P.. r1f ! '- t" THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, -BY THE RFJIJRIJCAf WISHING OIMWNV. Published Every Dny in (lid Year. THE OMY REPUBlim PAPER IN NSML KVTKM OK HunscKiimus. Dally, per week, by carrier Dally, icr mouth, liy currier. . Dally, per month, by wall .. Dally, three months, bymaU ... . Dally, nix months, by mall... Dally, one year, by mall . .. itm l.Ui 2.W 5.00 10 l weekly, per monui , Weekly, per quarter . . ."' Weekly, ter mx months . ,.. 1.BO Weekly, lierjenr ,.. . .. SW Enteral at the poitofllro as matter 01 tho second class. ADVERTISlNfi UATKH. Ojt 03" eV 3. l siack Ug o S3 o (!. K, a 1- r- H sr At s ? s 1 Inch 2 Inch 3 Inch 4 Inch 5 Inch Cinch 7 Inch 8 Inch 9 Inch )i Col. 11 In.. 12 In.. 13 In.. 11 In.. .50 I .75 $1,001.!: 11.50 I1.7J fl.OO S3 00 1.00 1.80 i.W 2.2J 1.2- 1.75 7S 2.0U 2.50 3.00 3.50 25 So! A.'al 2.75 3 00 7. U) 3.50 10 U) 4 00 12.8) 5.00 15 OD 6 00 17. ft) 6.50 20 O) 7. 00 22.0) 7...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 17 June 1890

1 THE ARIZONA, REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 17, 1890. - A "Turncont." From the 8t. Louis Republic It is said thnt the opprobrious epithet, turncoat, took rise from one of the first dukes of Savoy, whoso dominions were open to the Contending powers of lwtli Spain and France. Ruing suhjeet oil to frequent incursions of tho rival powers, lie was obliged to temporizu and favor tho powers alternately, as they seemed to bo able or not to injure him. In order to carry out this arrangement to perfection he had a coat made that was tluo on one side and white on tho other, so that it could bo worn indifferently with either side out. When ho was ostensibly on tho side of Spain ho woro tho bluo side out; when tho French were to bo propitiated ho displayed tho white side. Ho, there fore, became widely known as Emanuel, tho Turncoat, and was thus distin guished from other princes of his house hearing tho samo name. Sinco tho timo of Emmanuel tho epithet lias been applied to those wh...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 17 June 1890

wr1' 'S " Jf" X' ""' ir-"-y ' THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENIX, TUESDAY CORNING-, JUNE 17, 1890. ft" ftft 1' r k k ONLY MNSLAUGHTER' IS THK VKUDICT IN All CMKEH CASK. The I'rlnoncr ItcUte IIU Little Story of How the KllllnR Occurred Sentencoil fur llurclnry. In tho District Court yesterday, All Chee, indicted for tho murder of Ton; Nuey, was convicted of manslaughter. Tho caso uis called in tho morning. Two witnesses were placed upon the stand bv tho defense to contradict tho evidence offered by the prosecution an to threats niado by Ah Chco to tho de mised Chinaman. The defendant himself then took the witness chair. His story, as to the mr.- terial jouits, camo out about as follows "Tong Nuey, he owe ine $230, and lie pay me (SO. That night, after suppei', I take my book out and ask him pay mo. He snv, 'I no want to pay you.' Then we both go to bed. Tong Nuey ho curu me then and I curse hi in back. Tong Nuey say, 'Suppose 1 no pay you, what can you do with meY' Tong then throw a hat...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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