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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 18 June 1890

." The Arizona Republican. The Only Paper Between Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatches of the Associated Press. VOL. I. PHOENIX. WEDNESDAY MORNING-, JUNE 18, 1890. NO. 31 m, rnn 'R Final Yolo on the Silver Coinage Act. Many Amendments to the House Bill. Wolcott of Colorado Makes 'His Maiden Speech, Helnjr Very Heartily Applauded. lly tlic As-.oelated Tress. Washington, June 17. The Silver bill was again taken up in tlio Senate tins morning. , Mr. Wolcott said that when the Senators mIio lived in the silver producing States w ero accused of holding sordid and un- wortliv and unpatriotic opinions, and when it was said those who were de manding that silver lo restored to its old place with its sister metal, wero speculators and adventurers and were indifferent to the true welfare of the eoimtry, he would have to be paidoneil for feeling he had n right to claim tho attention of tho Senate long enough to protest against such intimations ami ag...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 18 June 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. PHOENIX. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 18, 1890. v- tr, $ ., .jf- t'P. fi -HV- THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. I'iiMIhIimI Everv Dav in tho Year. THE ONLY KKPIBLICW PAPER I PU(EMV. KATES OK HUBSCKllTION. Pally, per week, by carrier Dally, per month, by carrier Dally, per month, by mall . . . Dully, three months, bv mall . 1.00 1.1X) 2.M Dally, fix mouths, by mall ., Alio Dally, one year, by mall 10(0 WeeUy, per month ,'XS Weekly, per quarter , 75 Weekly, per six mouth ., , ISO Weekly, per) car, .. ifit) Entered at the postofftce IU matter of the second class. ADVKKTISINO. ItATKS. 1.25 1.75 a 50, a so 3 00 7.W S.ft) 10 00 1.50 2 00 2.25 2 50 2.25 2.75 3 00 3 50 4.00 4.50 5 Oil 5. VI 5.7i fl.25 7.00 RA I at 12.50 5 0) 15 00 C 00 17.50 6 MM 00 7.0)22.00 7.5021.00 8.50,2(1 00 9 00 28.00 9.50 SO 00 3 00 3.50 3 4 (10 In. 4 50 12 111.. lJ 111.. 14 In.. 15 111 . 1C In.. 17 In . 18 In.. 14 In.. 20 In.. I Col A UO 5 50 COO 6.25 fi.V) G 75 7.00 7.25 7.50 10 50,32 00 U 00 I...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 18 June 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENTX, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 18. 1890. ' . 1, , llonrtl or Supervisors. Board met at 10 a. in. Tho statement of tliu Territorial Board of Kqualizatiou tor tho year 1890 upon tho assessed value of tho Southern l'acillc railroad company's property and the Maricopa and l'lia-nix railroad com pany's property and it was ordered that thoAf-soSi-or place said statement on the assessment roll of Maricopa comity under tho proper heading and with tho aluo of tho assessed property therein carried out. Tho Southern raciflc. is assessed for right of way, road bed, seventy-ono miles of telegraph and real estato, in this county, between Aztec and Gila Bend, at $402,074.10. Tho buildings, lollingstock and other personal property, $1:50,423.84 ; total, $532,500. Tho assess ment of seventy-ono miles of main road is at the rate of $7,500 per inilo. Tho l'luenix and Maricopa railroad is assessed for23.57 miles of track and telegraph at tho rato $5,500 per mile. Valuation of ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 18 June 1890

1 vxr THE ARIZONA EEPUBLIOAN, FHCENTX, "WEDNESDAY IdORNING-, JUNE 18, 1890. C S3?! ft R Wfor Si'" ' ' iSf1- s? FK r$ ' fjr ,t w ' 5-"S&v ( j & - E-. 5W r, Mr fc Aifyikl SC" ' . HOT THE BEST OF IT. NOT TOW8KH THIS TIMK, IIU TIIK WOMAN In the Content fur l'omelon of the Went Kiiil Hotel The C'uae Aired In Court Yesterday, The first enso yesterday in tlio Dis trict Court was tliat o( tho Territory vs. 1'rieilimto Ruiz, accused of aggravated battery. It developed from tho testimony that one Dougheney and his w ifo Julia had liad a falling out and separated. They had n common property in tho West End hotel in this city. During tho ab sence of tho wife an attachment for $2000 was put upon tho property by Prieiliano Ruiz, the defendant. This attachment was by tho wife claimed to bo void, al leging that no consideration had passed, and that Ruiz was merely serving her husband against her interests. She thereupon filed n homestead upon the property. She also took steps toward obtaini...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 19 June 1890

.1. nKHMzLis v. The Arizona Republican. The Only Paper Between Galreston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatohes of the Associated Press. VOL. I. PHCENIX. THURSDAY MORNING-, JUNE 19, 1890. NO. 32 JP fP Changes Made by the Senate. Considerable Reduction of the House Bill. Seventy Pages, Embracing Almost All the Important Features, Considered by the Senate. By the Associated Pre. Washington, Juno 18. A largo nmnj ber of changes were uindo in tho chem ical schedule, many decreases and somo increases by tlie Senato today. Among them were: Tannic acid or tannin is reduced from $1 to 50 cents per pound; crude glycerine from 2 to 1) cents; opium containing 0 per cent or Jess morphine and opium prepared for smoking increased from $10 to $12 per pound. Brimstono and sulphur, not' othcrwiso provided for, are transferred to the free list, as are also muriatic and sulphuric acid not otherwise provided for. Peppermint oil is made 25 percent ndvalorem instead of $1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 19 June 1890

t THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PJHCENIX, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 19. 18Q0. : 1 fc? " sf r: fcs iwj THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. -BY- THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. Published Every Day in the Year. TUB ONLY MrTBlim PAPER IV PMMV. HATfcH OP BU118CK11TIO.V. Pally, per week, by carrier Dally, ier month, ly currier ... Dally, per month, by mull .... Dally, three month, by mall , Dally, six months, by mall Dally, one j car, by mall. .. .... Weekly, per month ' Weekly, per quarter . ... ... Weekly, per nix months .. 1 IX) , MM -2.M ... U) . .. 10 00 -a . .. .7.'. .. . l.M Weekly, perjear . .. 2M tutored at the postoniee as matter of the second class. A 1WVU W II- IIKVU i.! i i L iS -I- 1 Inch 2 Inch 3 Inch 4 Inch 5 Inch Cinch 7 Inch 8 Inch 9 Inch JiCol. 11 In . ,60 00 ,50 00 2J M 00 SO 75 00 SO 00 ,50 ,00 ,50 7 00 .731 .25! 1, .75 2, 1.25) 2 ,001 ,50 1 25'H 75 2 251 2, 50,11, 00 2, 50 2. 75,2,00 5 00 25 1. 50, 5 50 75 3 00 7.50 25 J.flO 10 00 75 4 Wl.'.W 00 50 00 ,50 00 ,50 00 50 51 3, 00 TO 50 0...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 19 June 1890

If I! THE ARIZONA OElEPIBLiaAN JEiHCENIX. .THURSDAY MOENING, JTOSTE 19. J.890. A FINK BUILDING To b Erected by Fred Schofield on Center Street. The Republican is authorized to say that nt nn cnrly dnto another imposing editlco will bo added to tlio buaineaa blocks of riuunix. Fred Schofield, who mado Buch a suc cess of raisin-growing in this valley, is the owner of the flno lot on Center street cornering on the alley south of the Opera house. On leaving for the Kast a few weeks ago he gave into the hands of J. M. Creighton n coiuiniaaion to draw plans for a auitablo building for such a sito. Mr. Creighton has sub mitted his designs, thoy have been ap proved, and construction will begin within thirty days. Tho structuro will bo of brick, thrco stories high, solidly put up, with orna mental front. It will havo a frontago on Center street of forty-three feet, and will extend back on the alley 160 feet. On tho ground floor a fine Btoro will fill tho Center atreet front, and four smaller...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 19 June 1890

I " THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. PHCENIX, THURSDAY mpf MORNING, JUNE 19, 1890. WW - ', IX '" JkK LOCAL BREVITIES. Thcio nrc socn patients in tho County Hospital. Tho citizens of Buckeyo have applied for n semi-weekly nmil. Postmaster Hurloy of Buckeye has been commissioned as a notary public. Tho Racket atoro lias moved to tho Mills house, into more spacious quarters. Lamson's Business collego has re turned to its old quarters in tho Monl hou block. Phoenix Lodge, No. 6, A. O. U. V, will hold an open installation at the Patton Opera House on July 2. "Crops in tho vicinity of Mesa," says Supervisor Hakes, "wcro never before as good as they aro this season." L. H. Chalmers and J. B. Woodword have associated themselves together in tho practice of law and are established in the Coats building. J. J. Ilickey has sold out his interest in tho Capitol feed vard and hack line to his partner, William Zent, who will herealter manage the business. A pleasant social party was given lat night by Miss ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 20 June 1890

II -. The Arizona Republican. n The Only Paper Between Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatohes of the Assooiated Press. VOL. I. PHOENIX. FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 20, 1890. NO. 33 BUSY DAY IN CONGRESS Tlio Question of Rules Raised in the House. Speaker Reed Clearly Defines His Position. A Message from the President Upon Reciprocity with the Latin American Nations. By the Associated Press. Washington, June 19. The senate re sumed consideration of tho legislative, executive and judicial appropriation bill today. All committee amendments having been disponed of the bill was opened to general amendment. Mr. Paddock moved to inetease the salary of the com missioner of tho general land office from 4,000 to $5,000 and of the assistant com missioner from f3,000 to $3,500. With out action tho bill was laid aside and the message of tlio president in relation to reciprocal commercial treaties with the Satin-American nations was laid on tho table. The Presid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 20 June 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. PHCENIX. FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 20, 1890. 4'; 1 r - p, . ' J1 v J. W, c i.T - ZONA i i' THE UEPDBUCAN PUBLlSBINfl COMPANY. Piiblirhed Every Day in the Year. THE OMV RLPl'IillCAN 1'AfER 1 P1KEMV. HATCH OK BUliaCUIlTIOX. Dally, verveek, by carrier Dally, per month, by carrier.... .. Dally, per mouth, by mall Dally, three months, hy mall Dally, sK months, by mull ....... .. Dally, ono year; by mail, . ..... . . Weekly, jer month '.. Weekly, perrmarter Weekly, per bix months Weekly, per year .. Entered at the postoilleo as matter second class. t.(M 1.00 2.M .WO 10 00 .r .7J J. SO J..M) of the AWVEKTISINO HATES. Bl Ojl 3-. S", 1 51 OS 1 Inch 3 Inch 3 Inch 4 Inch 7511 25) 1, 751 2 25 2, 751 3, 00 1 .25 ?l .001. 00 2. ,50 2, on! 3. 501 3 50 4, 75 U QO'f.1.00 .'0. 5.50 00 7.50 50,10 00 0012.50 00 15 HO 00117.50 60'JO 00 00,22.00 W.24.00 50 26 00 00,28.00 1.00 1.50 ., .Ml 1 7A 231 00 50 00 60 00 50' 00. sol 251 50 i.25 2 2.00 2.2i 2 751 3 3 Inch G Inch 7 Inch S Inch 9 I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 20 June 1890

1 THE ARIZONA. REPUBIitQANV PHOENIX, FRIDAY MORNINGS, JUNE 20, 1890. Hoard of Super Isors. Board nfel yesterday at 10 n. m., nil members present. The. following claim was allowed: Lincoln Fowler, for ornamental treea, $10. Road district No. 7 was enlarged by the addition of the following described land: from the northwest corner of said District, extending west along the northern boundary lino of the county to the northwest comer of the county; thence south along the west lino of tno county to tlio northwest corner of road district 11 ; thenco enst along tho north line of district 11 to tho northeast comer of district 11, thenco south along tho cast lino of district 11 to tho Gila river; thence east and north along tho said (Jiln river to llnbsayainpa creek; thenco north along said Hassayampa creek to the south hue of said district No. 7. 11. It. Willis was authorized to expond $100 on tho road between rhtcnix and Agua Caliente, across the Woolsey Pass. Recorder allowed live cents f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 20 June 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, . PHOENIX. FRIDAY MORNING-, JUNE 20, r . Cn,n i 1890. LOCAL BREVITIES. Threo cars of miscellaneous merchan dise cninoin on yesterday's train, as well as u car of lumber for the Winn com pany. Lieutenant Laurence was in chargoof the drill ot Company IS. Inst night, Quito a crowd assembled to witness the evolutions. Sheriff Gray yesterday took to Yuma, .Ah dice, sentenced to ten years for man slaughter, and Jesus Salazar, who wan sentenced to one year for burglary. While Henry AVharton was getting into n buggy in front of Hickej 's bank yesterday morning, tho horse took fright and started to run. Henry held to the one lino lie had in his possession and steered tho steed into an ndjnceiit fence. One w lieerof tho vehiclo w as demolished in tho operation, but Henrv still lives to tell tho tale. Dr. Titus was yesterday served with a copy of tho judgment in tho Asylum case. His nttorney, II. N. Alovahder, tried to interpose some technicalities, but they came to nau...

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

The Arizona Republican The Only Paper Between Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatohes of the Assooiated Press. VOL. I. :PHGEHSnX. SATITRDA.Y MORNING, JUNE 21, 1890. NO. 34, 1 Full Text of the President's Objections. Increased Taxation the Chief Obstacle. Thinks the Bill Should Have Been Ratified Again by a Vote of the People of the County. By the AKOciate'J Press. Washington, June 20. President Harrison toddy returned to the House with hisdisapproval, the bill to nuthorizo the Board of Supervisors of Maricopa county, Ariz., to issue county bonds at the rate of $4000 per mile in aid of tho construction of a certain railroad. Ho says tho bill seems to have passed tho House under a misapprehension of its true scope and effect. In tho report of tho Committee on Territories it is said that by tho terms of the bill the county receives bonds in payment of the money proposed to be advanced. In fact, the bill did not provide for the loan to be secure...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 21 June 1890

II If SJWr"- M THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENIX. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 1890. Stf t i & MS .V, C i!'i. mc if-f BS, ?. ftft V -' ti. al- r-e T, ":h mi Hi "3" ' ? ! V). w v! i 4 ft. P. SLv If THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. -1IY- JHE llEl'UBLIGAN PUBUSUINU Ml'ANV. Published Every Day in tlio .Year. THE OMY RBU'BLICW PAPER IX P1I(K1'. IIATKH OK HU11SCRIITI0X. Dally, per week, ly carrier .. Dally, per month, by carrier .. Dally, per month, by mall . . Dally, three months, by mall Dally, six months, by mall .. Dally, one year, by mall ,. Weekly, per month. ... ... Weekly, per quarter .... Weekly, per six months . . Weekly, per year .... . . . . Entered nt the postolUco a second cla9. , .85 t 1.(0 ,. l.W) . iUO WO 10.(0 ::.:::::: S i.ro 2.M) matter ot the AMVKUTI9INO 1CATKS. 3. 5010.00 1.0012.50 5.00,15.00 6.0017.30 fi. 50 20.00 7.00,22.00 7.50 21.00 8.50.26.0U 9.00 28.00 9.5030.0O 10 50 32.00 10.50 11.00 31. 0(1 11. .V) 12.(0 30.00 12.50 13 00 3S.0U 11,50 1 1. OOllO.OO 1 1.50 13.IX) 12.00...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 21 June 1890

THE AJRIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENIX, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 1890. OASKY'S CALF. Tlio Jiiror'i Can't Agroe and Drop luto poetry. ? Tlie fainoiis jury In the case of tho Ter ritory of Arizona against William Kel logg came dolefully into court yesterday morning and assured Judge Kibbey that an agreement upon a verdict was aimply hiiiws Bible. They had wrangled and argued and got up in the night to discuss tho matter, but tho vote when taken nearly always resulted In a draw. Six men llnnly believed that Kellogg appro priated the calf, while the other six were thoroughly convinced that he was an innocent and maligned citizen. They were locked up together for forty hours and they were weak and weary and wanted rest. The Judge- let them go. Four or live of tho jurymen aro guilty of tho following lyric, composed miring the progress of tho debate: Casey had a little calf, The witnesses say 'twas red: And, according td the general tale, Lies on the mesa dead. . Two horns it had upon its head...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 21 June 1890

mv "' - jr (r-T;,i " wgEBfyyuy vp w t-rmaps ,A i,. THE ARIZONA REPUBIOAN, PHCENIX, SATURDAY MORNIN&, JUNE 21, 1890. w v . rti IK $ 1 IsW i !. K If" ft. ' IT k . I Wi, ft-? H N. ft- Sis' i . W... V I?. THE CONVKNTION. It Will Meet lit the City Hull thli Aftrrnonu at 3 O'clock Tlie Ilepublican Territorial Control Committee will meet today nt 3 o'clock in tho Council Chamber nt tlio City Hall. Delegates from nil the counties of tho Territory nro expected to bo present. Tho most important matter thnt will be given tho attention of the committee will bo the setting of the timo and place for tho next Territorial Republican Convention. Tho ratio of representation to bo given each county will also lw consid ered. Tho voto for Wilson at tho last election, for Delegato to Congress, is hardly a proper basis upon which to rnto tno Republican strength of the Ter ritory. It is understood that tho plans to bo adopted w ill probably bo to nccept tho highest voto cast for any Ilepublican in each...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 21 June 1890

HI Mtmh IP 18$" THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. PHOENIX, SATURDAY MORNING-, JUNE 21, 1890. ft"-. " N f TV 3 r" ft e" if f THE CONVENTION. It Will Moot fit the City Hal! thin Afternoon at 3 O'clock. The Republican Territorial Control Committees will meet today at 3 o'clock in tho Council Chamber at the City Hall. Delegates from nil the counties of tho Territory aro expected to bo present. Tho most important matter that will be given tho attention of tho comniitteo will be the setting of tho time and placo for the next Territorial Republican Convention. The ratio of representation to Ik) given each county will also bo consid ered. Tho vote for Wilson at tho last election, for Delegate to Congress, is hardly a proper basis upon which to rate tho Republican strength of tho Ter ritory. It is understood that tho plans to bo ndopted will probably be to accept tho highest vote cast for any Republican in each county as a standard. Tho Central Committee as It was originally constituted, is as follows...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 22 June 1890

I . The Arizona Republican. The Only Paper Between Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatohes of the Associated Press. VOL. I. PHCEISTIX. SUNDAY MOKNINGf, JUNE 22, 1890. NO. 35 TUB DAYJENCONGRESS. A Lmht and Uninteresting Day in the Senate. The Silver Bill Consumes Most of the Day. Various Votes ou the Measure Show It to Be Far from a Party Question. By the Associated Press. Washington, Juno 21. The House bill providing that all funds and prop erty lately belonging to the Mormon church shall be devoted to the benetlt of the common schools of Utah passed with somo formal amendments. Mr. Merrill moved to proceed to the consideration of the Senate bill to estab lish an educational fund and to apply the proceeds of the public lands nnd the receipts from certain land grant railroad companies to a more complete endow ment and support of colleges for tho advancement of science and industrial education. After some objection it was taken up, but soon we...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 22 June 1890

I The Arizona Republican. The Only Paper Between Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatches of the Associated Press. VOL. I. PI-ICENIX. SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 22, 1890. NO. 35 It DAY IN CONGRESS. A Light and Uninteresting Day in the Senate. The Silver Bill Consumes Most of the Day. Various Votes on the Measure Show It to He Far from a Party Question. By the Associated Press.) Washixciton, Juno 21. The House bill providing that nil funds and prop erty lately belonging to the Mormon church shall bo devoted to the benefit of the common schools of Utnli passed with some formal amendments. Mr. Merrill moved to proceed to the consideration of the Senate bill to estab lish an educational fund and to apply the proceeds of the public lands and the receipts from certain land grant railroad companies to a inoro complete endow ment and support of colleges for the advancement of science and industrial education. After some objection it was taken up, hut soon ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 22 June 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. PHCENIX. SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 22, 1890. 0 ., i f Tl ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. -nv- THE HEI'llJCAN PUBLlSHINfl COMl'ANV. Published Every Day in the Year. THE ONLY KEIT11LICAN PAPER IN PUCMI. 11ATK8 OK SUIIUCKIITIOX. Dally, pcrweck, Iiy carrier t .!" Pally, per month, hy carrier 1.00 Dally, vvr moutli, by mall l.ix) Dally, three month, by malt 2.W Dally, six months, by mall 6.10 Dally, one year, by mall 10.00 Weekly, per month "" Weekly, per quarter 73 Weekly, per six months 1.50 Weekly, per year 2.M) Entered at the postofllce as matter of the second clas. Now forward for Statehood. It was a splendid and a harmonious meeting. Br. sure to get yourself enumerated by the census taker. Kei'Uiimcan harmony makes the Dem ocrats look cad. The North and South railroad will bo built just the same. I'euh.u'8 the President will veto the. freo coinage, bill, too. Fiiek, non-sectarian schools is what free men will demand. Ik you don't read The Kkpum.ican you don't get the news. N...

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