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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 28 January 1891

I I I I r j i a i I 1 n n 4 I H B Tho Miles Counly Bill to Bo Introduced Immigral ion Commissioner Bill Passed House Passes tlie Council Hill Fix- Ins tlio Iteslilcncc of Oillcluls Tho Council convened in recular order yesterday Mr Thurmond introduced a bill to amend the law relating to tho printing and tate ot the laws of Arironn Mr Iirndv introduced a hill providing for chango of venue in cas es in the Uii trict Court Also a bill to amend the renal Codo in refereneo to offenses against good morals Sir llerndon by consent of the Council introduced a bill without notice pioviding lor indigent fiick Referred to Committee of tho Whole Council Itill No 2t was introduced by President Hughes providing for tho re incorporation of tho city of Tucson Read first time and referred to the Com mittee on Incorporation Cbnimitteo on Education reported Council Hill No 21 concerning arbor culture for passage Mr Doran uiocd that tho voto by Which Council Itill No 12 was passed to a third reading be ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 29 January 1891

VOL II ll ilsmt4 AROUND W CAPITOL Quiet Day in Congressional Important Testimony on the Silver Pool A Far Reachlnjf Inter State Com- merco Decision Work of the Coiuasro Committee Wasulsotos January 23 In the Senate this morning the House tl SflBRWR that ho asked a vote at noon tomorrow After an executive session tlio Senate adjourned In the 11 iiiup Washington January 28 The House today adopted the conference report on the bill to dispose of the abandoned Fort Kills Mont military reservation und r tlui homestead law Tho House wont into Committee of the Whole on the Military Academy Ap propriation bill but without making any progress tho committee roso and the House adjourned the hhvki rooi Important Evidence Ill ought to the At tention of the Committee Wvsiiixqtov January 23 General Iloyuton testified in the silver poolinv es timation today He said he Mint a message to Dunne of tne New York Timet on which the dispatch was based stating that Dingley and Payne members of the committee...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 29 January 1891

Ill a JHJnm THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN 133UED KVKKY DAY IN T1IK YEAH THE REPDBL1CAX PUBLISHING COMPANY Kmorol l the pnstntllrc at Phienlx Arizona as mall mutter of tho second class Tiik UsruBLlcAN ha lta own Rriicut wins connecting lnortlco direct with San Francisco andChlcaginnd through thco cities with all the great noirs confers ol tho world llosldcsthc Associated lrcss report It rccolvcs niore special dispatches every day than any paper west of St Louis outside of San Francisco KATE3 OF SUBSCRIPTION Dally per week hy carrier I 25 Dally per month by carrier 100 Daily pcrmoiwi oy man Dally three mouths ty mall Dally six months hy inati Daily one rear bv mall Weekly per month Weekly per itiartor Weekly per six months Weokly per year 00 1000 2S 7S 180 260 silvim coriTit and lkai Silver was quoted yesterday at J10I per ounce coppcrat 111 a per 100 pounds and lead at 1374 per 100 pounds Tiik proiwsition to mako taxes paya ble seini annuallv nnd not tio up large HMSW8iTOHWitllJiilt TiSftfa...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 29 January 1891

I 1 1 THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN Tho Repuolioan has double the circulation of any other daily nuwipaper In Arizona and It the only one Issund nvery day In the year lt CtihtrucU and bills or advertising pay able monthly Treferml Local 10 cent per lino flnt insertion and Scents per line each subsequent Insertion PLANTING FRUIT TREES All Trees Should JJe rianted In Deeply rioMrd Soil Come let in plant tho apple tree Cleavo the tough green sward with the spade Wide let Its hollow bed be made There gently lay th i roots and there Slit the dark mold with kindly care And pun It oer them tenderly Bo plant we the apple tree So sang the poet Bryant For this coast it la very good poetry but very poor horticulture Here with no sum mer rains to brace them up all tree planting should bo done on deeply plowed land tho more deeply plowed the better nnd in no case in retentive that is clayey or adobe soils should tho hole in which the tree is to be planted bo dug deeper th n the land hiia been plowed If...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 29 January 1891

r i 3 ll N 3 a 4 I I LOCAL BItEVITIES District Court will convene Monday The Supremo Court will finish ita labors Saturday Tho Board of Supervisors liavo ad journed until Monday Quito a number of Tucson people camo up yesterday and more will arrivo today to attend tlie Governors ball Georjio K Mowrys house was burg larized Tuesday nijilit and a number of nrticlcs beside several dollars in money were taken Manager Patton lias engaged tlio Uunning Wild dramatic compiiiiy for February 0 and A lSnrl of Money company for February 11 Agricultural Agent Charles 1 Poston has a plan by which ho can make an intelligent record of nil applications for seeds from the Department A teeister is kept on hand and each applicants name is entered with his pos tolllce ad dress and tho kinds of seeds ho wants set opposite his name When n page of the register is full he forwards it to the Department with instruction to semi each address ihe proper seeds Else where in tho paper is a notice to tho o desirin...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 30 January 1891

WSKKKtBBBBB I The VOL II How N Sudden Demise of Secretary Windom Fulls Dead at a Now York Banqi met the News Was Keceivetl at Washington A Noblo Carter Nkw York Jnnuiry 29 Hon Wil liam Windom Secretary of the Treasury of the United States died tonight nt 1005 oclock Ilia had been the first toast of the evening He had finished his response and seated himself then swooned and died almost instantly He died of heart disease The great assembling at once dis solved Mr Windom had been the only speaker and the sentiment to which lie responded was Our Countrys Pros perity Dependent on Its Treatment of Commerce In the early evening the members of the Board of Trade ind Transportation gathered in the reception parlors at Dclmonieoa and welcomed the guests and friends who had come from near and far Perhaps the most prominent were Secretaries Windom and Tracy of the Treasury and Navy respectively Nova Scotia had a representative among those present in the person of her Attorney-General Mr Longle...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 30 January 1891

fl Weekly per year i I l H R THE ARIZONA llElOliLICAN 1S3UKD KVKKY DAY IN THE YEAIt BY THE REMBLICAN lUIiLlsniXO COMPANY Entered at tho postolllco at Ilucnlx Arizona ai mall matter ol tho second class Til lUrunucvs has its own special wirk oonnoctlng ltsolllco direct with San Francisco and Chicago anJ through theso cities with all the great news eentors of tho world llosldes tho Associated Press report it rccolvcs more special dlspatchos every day than any papor west of at Louis outsldo of San Francisco KATES OF SOnSCIlUTlON Dally per week by carrlor Dally per month by carrier Dally per month by mall Daily three months hy mall Dally six months bv mall Dally one rear bv mall Weekly per mouth Weekly perouarter IVitulrlv iMr hIx months pwMteurasstjTfr silvik coimkk ani ikau Silver was quoted yesterday at Jl Oi p r ounce conneratlll 50 per UK pounds and lead at l 131 per impounds Hktwkes tho Imlf doyen propositions that nro now before tho people surely Mnricopi County will linve ruiotli...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 30 January 1891

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN The REPUOUOAN hm double the circulation of any other dally newspaptr In Arizona and Is the only one Issued every diy In the year All Contruota and bills fo adrcrlliliiK pay able monthly rrrrnMl IocaU 10 cents per lino first lusortlonandocents per lin i each subsequent insertion Oould A Currv ARIZONA ONYX A Iactnry to lUle Korcross lr IVerless Iotosl Ophlr Savage Surra Nerads Union Consolidated Yullow Jacket 7a BEFORE 8 W MAKSIIAIL be llullt In or Near Io Angeles Prom the Ios Angeles Times Jcorgo 1 McCann of Yavapai County Ariz ia in town returning to tho Territory today Mr McCnnn is the discoverer and locator of tlio extensive onyx deposit mention of which lias previously been intulo in these columns It ia located in Big Bug Creek twenty two miles south of Irescott and covers 220 acres Un liko the Mexican onyx which ia formed vertically in the niittiro of stalactites this deposit seems to luuo been formed by springs tho onyx being found in gnat slabs which can...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 30 January 1891

smmmhiti rr Tlie Tnvcstiaation Cominitteo Appointed Coconino Bill Reported from Committee The Aiitl Gaiiibliiij BUI Indefinitely Post poucd in llic Lower House Tlie Council was called to order by President Hughes Prayer by the Clnuiluin Minutes of previous day read and ap proved Tlie Chair appointed in pursuance of Council Joint Hesolution No 1 provid ing for the appointment of a committee of three from tho House and two from the Council to investigate Territorial institutions Mr Dennis of Mohave and Mr Doran of Pinnl Upon tho joint committee to consider tho Funding Hill pursuant to House Concurrent Resolution No 3 the Chair appointed Mr Brady of tho Southern District and Mi Vickers of Cochise Tho Committee on Territorial Affairs reported on Council Hill No 7 to abol ish tho ollico of Attorney Ueneral and offered a substitute recommending that it do pass A uicssago from tho House announced that that body had appointed under Council Joint Resolution No 1 Messrs Hoff Tevis and Pusch T...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 31 January 1891

r N ko jiii voij il mm- n u MAlf 3 i rfL VIM MM it i ii t I in General Mourning for the Nations Loss Windows Body Taken to Washington Expressions of Ilcguril nml Ilc rrct From Congress and Other LcLisluitve Hoilles Washington January SO Tho Presi dent and tho members of Ilia cabinet -assembled nt the Baltimore Oliio station tliis nftcrnoon to receive llio re mnins of Secretary Windom which arrived on tho train nt -I 3J Beside them nearly all the public officials were nt the depot When the train arrived tho casket wni taken in charge by Company It of the Treasury National Umird and bomo slowly to tho hearse When all was ready tho procession formed and moved from tho depot by way of Pennsylvania Vermont and Massachu setts avenues to the Secretarys resi dence There the bearers carried the remains into tho hotiso through a crowd of people who reverently bared their heads as tho casket pased The Piesi dent and all his official family followed the remains into tho house and waited in the ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 31 January 1891

H H H IB ARIZONA REPILICAN I83UED EVERY DAY IN THE VEAU BY THE REPOBUCIN PDBLISIHXO COMPANY Entered Ht the poitotllcc at IliivnW Arliona as mall innttor n the seeonil class Till KCFUHMCAN him Us own urscuL wiiie connecting Its ollico direct with San Franctwo andChlCftKJ ami through these cities with all the great news centers of tho world llcsiiles the Associated Iro report It receives more special dispatcher every day than any paer west ot St Louis outside of San Francisco RATES OK BUIISCRUTION Dally per week liy carrier Dally per month liy carrier Dally per month ly mall Dallv three months oy mall Dallv six months ly mall Dallv one vear lir mall Weekly per month Weekly per iiuarter Weekly per tx mouths Weekly per vear 10 SIlVDlt COlPKIt ANI IKAI Silver was quoted yetterday at Jl031 per ounce copper at II 100 per 100 pounds and lead at llti per 100 pounds SIMPLY JOiUtEHY Bnys tho Tucson Citizen Tlio pcr sistency with which n few members of the Liiislnturo insist upon abolishing tho...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 31 January 1891

m Uj Till AltlZONA REPUBLICAN The Republican lias double Iho circulation of any other dally newpaper In ArUona nnd It the only one Issued every day in tne year All Cuittiiicu and bills lor advertising pny nblu monthly lrfrrMl IornW 10 cents per lino Brut insertion and i cents per lino each subsequent Insertion The TRAINING AND PRUNING Itelnllti 1 MrrIN f HIkIi and Iow llt nilrd rrult Tree Tlio climate of tliis wholo coast with tho exception of Western Oro pon mid Washington U peculiar in having bright dry nml in somo wide areas hot dry summers Thereforo if tho trunks mid branches of fiuit trees aro exposed to tho diiect rays of tho sun at any reason of tho year tho bark and young layer of wip wood on iuost species of fruit trees v ill bo killed by tho heat of tho sun and tho result will bo dieaso or b rors or both and tho ruin of tho trees Trees are most liablo to injury from this causo in diy hot autumns after pup movement has ceased at which time the new hiyeis of bark and wood ar...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 31 January 1891

9 I I I - - J i Ii THJd AUIZOJSTA ItJUPUBXAOA N PHOENIX SATURDAY MOKNlNe JANUARY 31 1891 LOCAL BREVITIES Thero will bo a meeting of tlio Farmcrs AUianco today The visitors nro nil charmed with Ilicunis and her surroundings St Clairo Pratt yestenlny shipped a live- Gila monster to New York City About forty of tlio Tucson visitors will return homo thia morning by spe cial train Chas Crandall J V Kincaid nnd S Kalisher returned Thursday from a trip to tho llaqua llala mining country Most of tho Tucson party who came over to nttond tho Governors reception went picnicking yesterday to tho Arizona Tails and orange groves J Lyon representing tho Western Wool Commission Company of St Louis has been in tlio city several days in the interest of his houso In tho Police Court yesterday Manuel Calles and Juan Vaca were lined 750 for drunk and disorderly Calles was committed to the City Jail for soven and n half days Riley Bennett brought over from tho San Pedro river in Pima County Thursdnyaband...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 1 February 1891

i i Lw v VOL II HE Sliort Livey Rebellion in jrtugal VFutile Attempt to Found a Republic The Irish Situation Grand Success of Sir Arthur Snlllvana New Opera Opokto January 31 Three regiments of infantry comprising n portion of tho garrison openly revolted today the alleged object of the mutineers being to establish a republic Rebels and loyalists fought in tlio streets and many were killed on both sides Citizens barricaded their houses Troops wcro sent in from various points Shortly after the beginning of the revolt the insurgent troops and a portion of the Fiscal guards seized the city hall and proposed to thcro and then deelaro a republic A strong body of loyal troops laid siege to the building and after a bombardment a spirited charge settled the insurgents Tho Insurgents will bo tried by court martial and probably tho ringleaders will be shot This evening tho city is rejoicing Store keepers have thrown down the barricades from their windows and doors and everybody is congratulat...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 1 February 1891

W TJrlJU ARIZONA HJdPUJ3XIOAN FH03NIX SXJNDAT MORNING FEBRUARY 1 891 I the arkom MmAft CULTIVATE In tho October FRUIT report of NOT tho GRAIN Depart facorportiQii Articles of Incorporation TTTR rAtTR J I ment of Agriculture tho assistant statistician Oolunns Situations Wanted Help Wanted r A JL V JL C N J A - B IB For vent For Sale To Let To bxchange H i i i i i 1 1 i it OF Tin or TUP 1 H istician his genoral obser isHcianinBpeaklngof 1 iswiipn TVRnv nw IV TnK YEAR One Cent a word each Insertion or by tne I vations during a hasty trip to tlo Pacific at f ou per in per day 1 GILA BEND pTTiMnH nRTK l 1 bt Const intimated that nhilo tho year FRENCH OBLIiiK 4 I 1 was ono of reinarkablo prosperity for rm m i tiie wwm ywwm vmm thoso engaged jjiSt raising vino JJ saatfflrassjs IRRffj ATm COMPANl inS and Water Storage growing and kindred branches of rural I Entered at tho postotllce at Ihccnlx Arizona iKlu8lry in California tho grain growers - iJiiiJ nrTHTATvTV f rl II II I 1 as matl matter...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 1 February 1891

V I tS azzfttpnzW HHiV - - THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN The Repudlican hat double tho circulation of any other dally newspaper In Arizona and It the only one Issued every day In tho year All Contractu and bills lor advertising- pay able monthly Irefcrwd Local 10 cents per lluo flrt I iiJortlon mill Scouts per lino each subsequent Insertion OX Till CURBSTONE Standino near tho ontrmico to tho lUincins linll nt tho Governors recep tion tho other evening I watched n spray of whilo blossoina rise and fall on a bit of whlto lace A young heart lluttered gaily bjneath it Tho lowers perfumed tho air and put brains in a whirl and if they had only possessed lnngungo of their own might afterwards told some very interesting thing Neither tho ilowcra nor tho wearer might have been noticed had thoy not seemed so con scious It was tho maidens llrst grand ball I twits like a dream to her tho whole gay scene and sho to older and steadier heads seemed but a dream her self Softly sho drifted from hand to han...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 1 February 1891

31 I III Ma LOCAL BREVITIES rwfe fii Most of tlio members of tho two liousea living at Tucson nnd Yuma went homo yesterday for Sunday The Fruit Growcra Association have adjourned until tlio second Sutuiday in February Tho weekly meetings will be discontinued ami the regular monthly meetings as uliovo will be had Justice lluson jesterday issued a war rant of arrest for William llrusli the man who atole and bold four mules from J 0 Donman and left with tho pro ceeds He has been located somewiicro in Oregon Tho Stecn Wood Mystery and Novelty Combination have been billed by Mana ger Tatten for March 3 and 4 Tho com pany aro of the Uiahop llerrmau order and aro spoken of very highly by Cali fornia papers Tho following aro tho winning num bers in tho saddle drawing at the Ureal Eastern Friday 1730 W13 407 035 1490 831 717 2059 04 127 1470 and 798 lloldera of lucky tickets are re quested to call and claim their prizes The many w ho have in bright remem brance tho good deeda and saintly cha...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 2 February 1891

u VOX II KAsLUOAD1 Southern Paeifie Co TRAINS LEAVE MAEICOPA AM DAILY MIXED TRAIN FOR 2fX Tucson Benson Lordsburgh and In termediate SUtlOUS 0KA M DAILY PACIFIC EXPRESS 6 lOt or point In California Nevada Ore gon aud Washington lAIKi M DAiLY ATLANTIC EX AU CI Prouloi icsouUensoii1Desalng l Piuo tiau Autonlo Houiton ana New Orleans A P M DAILY MIXED TRAIN FOR 61 Yuma and lutarmedlate stations T H GOODMAN Ocii Paw Agent RICHARD GRAY I3en Jrafif Manner Maricopa Phoenix H R NEW TIME TABLE In Effeot June 15 1800 LKAYK O O AKRIVK jr 5 PasenEr Paaengr A Frelgt T STATIONS K 4 Fretgl d A M 3 J T M 4 U i Ihcenlx 31 110 m t jiis 611 16 Kyrene Id llVam 51 J 27 Atcalou 7 Ur25ani 605 ai Maricopa llWam Pactllo time Tralnt tlop on signal Trains make clone connection with Southern Pacific trains Connect at Tempc with stages forMraCtty Joiiesvillo and Port McDowell At lhitnlz with stages for Prescott UUIett Wickenbure ami Vulture V B MAbTEN Vlce rres and Manager Santa Fe Route - The Great Trunk Line ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 2 February 1891

1 i 7 iiiA THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN ISSUED EVERY DAY IN THE YEAK BY THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY Kntorcd at the postofflco at IhconlxArUmia as mall matter of the second class Tub IUruuLicAN haa Its own bpkcul wins connecting ltiomco direct with San Francisco andChlcagjand through these cities wllh all the groat news centers o J the world Besides tho Associated Pross report It receives wore special dispatches every day than any paper w est of St Louis outsldo Of San Francisco IIATE3 OF SUBSOltmiONi Dally per week by carrlor I Dally per month by carrier J W Dally per month by mall U Dally threo months by mall 2j DallysU months by mall w Dally one year bymall wxa Weekly per month Weekly perquartcr - Weokly perslx months - Weekly perycar nu The Democratic orpnn ol riuenlx docs not seem plenscd with tho present Legislature of its own political faith Too bad Some ono should give tho poor thing n dose of pills To talk of 0 Meyer Zulick bo prof fered tho chairmanship of that Investi gati...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 2 February 1891

II ARIZONA REPUBLICAN The Republican ha double the circulation of any other dally newpaper In Arizona and It the only one ltued every day In the year All Contract anil bills for advertising pay ublo monthly 1rrfxrrril Locals SO cents per lino first insertion and 5 conta per lino each auboincnt Insertion A HAIIKOU TO YUMA rroipccM Itrlclit for n Connection With Sim llii Irom the Yuma Sentinel Colonel I 1 Ditro tho wull known capitalist and bunker passed through Yuma Saturday on his way to San Diego where ho lives and whero lie lilla tho ro tiponsiblo position aj vice president of tlm California National Hunk which has a capital of 1000000 Wliilo hero Colonel P said that ho had received a telegram from J W Collins cashier of tlio samo bank in forming him that tho Peninsula Rail way Company had decided to build tho lines simultaneously from San Diego juid San Quintiu to Yuma and that they would bo built as rapidly ns possible Colonel 1 said Thin bottles it and I am Mitiatlcd that this ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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