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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 23 April 1891

H 1 i4 H I ffl TEE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN I33UED EVERY DAY MONDAY EXCEPTED BY THE REPUBLICAN FDBLMING COMPANY Entered at the postofflco at FhamUArliona as mall matter of the socond class Tub Republican Is the only newspaper be tween Galveston Texas and Los Angeles Cali fornia which publishes the lull tclegraphlo ro port of the Associated lress the largest news gathering agency In the world RATES OP 8UUSCR1PT10N Dally per week by carrier Dally per month by carrier J X Dally per month by mall ljo Dally three months by mat iM Dally six months by pall 00 Dally ono year by mall 10 0 Weekly per month Weekly perquarter Weekly per six months 100 Weekly peryear 20 Advertising rotes made known on application 1000 IlKWAKU So many complaints hare been made by sub tcrlberiot having their paper stolen that The Republican will give a reward of 11000 for in formation leading to the arrest and conviction of any person caught stealing this paper from the yards or steps of subscribers S1LVKII COIMKK AND L...

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 April 1891

I THE ARIZONA REI11LICAI The fUPUBUOAN has double the circulation of any other dally newspaper In Arizona and II the only one taking full press dispatches Ml Contracts and bills or advertising pay i 10 monthly 1referreil Locals 10 cents por lino first l iMrtlonanil5conta por Uuo each subsequent t uertlon THE REAL TIN PLATE LIAR American Tin llnte Is Mailo night Itore In Urn United Mates Mr W C Cronenieyer of tlio United s itcs Iron and Tiu Plato company ol Dmmler Pa has written n letter in re ply to nn nrticlo in The Now York Times i f Feb 8 The Times floundered around nnd o ideavored to show that tho wmplo f tin plates sent out from tho companys works were not tho product of American libor and American jnnterial but only Micceedod in showing that tho tin used in coating tho sheets was imported Mr Cronetnoyers letter addressed to the vntlemen who had ordorcd a quantity of tho tin plates from tho companys mills is given below United States Iron ami Tix Pumi Company jliirrm Demmlkii l...

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 April 1891

M5JililHHHHHBHH5HiW I xjfcun I T LIVELY MINING TOWN HIGH SILVER AN1 COIlEK OltK ON THE DUMPS Olobe Experiencing a General ltevlial ol lluilnns In All TJnes A Oreat Town for Sport Special Correspondence ol Tiik RKruuutAN Uloiie Auiz April 18 1801 Anyono who 1ms never Isited Olobo would bo surprised to seo liow rapidly tho town la progressing Y011 necr hear people complaining of hard times and no money Everybody seems to bo doing w ell Tho business men upcak o dolnn a cood business and to see tho merchandise Hint comes into the town would convince onoof tho fact Tho writer only a fow days ago counted twenty seven wagon loads of goods com ing into tho town at once There aro three mines tho Buffalo Old Dominion and Kescue all of which employ about twelve hundred men The Buffalo mine and smelter which is run ning day and night has in its empby from two to three hundred men The mine never looked belter before the ore being very rich and inexliauatnble The smelter with only 0110 furnace is...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 24 April 1891

I VOL II ArnYia cs SV Mail anu L1 Carkyino U Mail litf The Arizona Republican IIAIIIIOADS Maricopa Phoenix JR R NEW TIME TABLE In Effeot June 15 1800 LKAVX o D ABltlVK Fasengr - Paseugr A Freigt 1 STATIONS Freigt t 3 a- a a m a 3 r m g 111 lui FhuMilx 31 110 iS Temp Jj 5 lu 16 Kyreno 18 1 1 V m 5 13 J7 Sacalon 7 ll 21aui Gltt ai Maricopa llOUam Pacific time Twins stop on signal Trains make close connocttnn with Southern PaiMe trains Connect at Tempe with stages orMesaCity Juuesvlllij and Fort McDowell U Pmenlx with stages or 1rescott Ulllclt Wickeiiburir and Vulture 0 3 AtASrEN Vlce Pres and Manager Southern Paeifie Co TIIAIN3 LEAVE MARICOPA AM DAILY MIXED TRAIN FOK JO Tucson UoUsou Lordsburgh and in termedia to statlutis A M DAILY PACIFIC EXPRESS tOX for points lu California Nevada Ore gon and Washington in IS A M DAILY ATLANTIC EX LvJ prowi lot tcsou lleiixui Doming hi Paodaii Atuoulo Houston and New Orleans 1 f V M DAILY MIXED TRAIN FOR U LU Yuma and Intermediate stations T H RIC...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 24 April 1891

1 N THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN I33UKD EVERY DAY MONDAY EXCEPTED BY THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered at the postollloe at Phronlx Arizona Hi mall matter of the second clan Tub Republican Is the only newspaper lie twcrn Galveston Texas and Los Anneles Cali fornia which publlhes the lull telegraphic re purl nl the A soclsted Press the largest news gathering agency In the world RATES OF HUIISORUTION nlt k K In f 9A UHIIJ 51 ITCTI U vrlW T rA H tuny per mown ny earner iuv Daily per mo iin oy man Dally three months by mall 250 pally sis months by mall 500 Daily one year by mall 1000 Weekly per month 21 Weekly penmarter 7 Weekly per six months iN Weekly perear 2W Advertising rates made known on application 81000 RKWAUU So many complaints have teen made by sub scribers of having their paper stolen that Tim BzrDBUCAH will give a reward of 11000 for In formation leading to the arrest and conviction of any person caught stealing this paper from the yards orstepsof subscribers SILVER COIIK...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 24 April 1891

TUB ARIZONA REPUBLICAN The RtPUiUOAN Has doubt the circulation Of any othsr dally newspaper In Arliona and li th only on taking full press dispatches Alt Contract and bills or advertising- pay able monthly rreferretl Locals 10 cents por lino first insertion and Sconts per line oaoa subsequent Insertion FBOM A DUNGEON CELL HOW A TRIBUNE MAN FARED AMONG THE CONFEDERATES Tli Story Albert D Richardson Told In Ills Narrative Tleld Dungeon and Escape Tifunty Months CaptlTlty ami a Twenty seven Days Race for Liberty Copyright by American Procs Association ft 7r33i7Vvl MmmmM I tVTJMIL HP burn of The i wai nn -- i l r IIKclrcumstancea o Richardson capture by the Confederates were cliurao t r 1 1 1 c When Grant army was at Grand Guiron tho Mississippi bclor Vlcksburjc Rich ardson Junius ITftnrl Ttrownn It also of The World Joined an expedition fitted to run out past pyCv lu0 tcuBuurg oiit iSr1 tcrlcs and cot ac- commodations on a barge loaded with hay bales After a terrible experience the exp...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 24 April 1891

LETTER FliOM TUCSON oossir ahoct the CONSTITU TIONAL CONTENTION Good Prospect fur tho New Srnltntium Hotel nail Cnlabasas Itnllroad Advan tages of a Trunk Lino ICallroad fpeclal Corrctpandenca o Tnr IttrmucAN Tucsos Ariz April 20 1801 Thrco things at present interest tlio peoplo of tho old pueblo and form tho principal topics of conversation Tho Constitutional Convention tliQ Mam moth hotel and the Calnbasas railroad The great majority of tho people favor statehood a small number of skeptics doubt the result of the convention wliilc a few state that nothing will be done for two years ye The transformation of tho Military plaza an unimproved twenty acre tract within the city limits -into a palatial hotel pleasure grounds and sanitarium will be an Important event for Tucson Betides the twenty acres donated for hotel purposes the City Council has agreed to sell to 0 P Ske manager of tho big hotel comp my all the unim proved citv lots at 5 each or 10975 tor the citys 4Si lots pi nblo in...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 25 April 1891

I VOL II K WIKOVllS Southern Paeifle Co TRAINS LEAVE MARICOPA Ofl DAILY MIXED TRUN FOR ZXJO Tucson Heiisuii Lurdsburgh and In termediate stations n QA M DAILY PACIFIC EXPRESS JOO for point lu California Nevada Ore gon ami Washington 1V -A M DAiLY ATLANTIC EX LXO press loi icsou Hensou Dewing blfasodau Auioulo Houston aud New Orleans inPM DAILY MJXED TRAIN FOU JlJ Yuma aud Intermediate stations T H GOODMAN den Pass Agent RICHARD GRAY Uen Traffic Manager TE11PE AND PHOENIX DAILY STAGE Leaves Temp Leaves Phoenix Arrives at PhcenW Arrives at Tempe 0 a m 6 p m 10 a m 030 p m WILL CARRY PASSENOFRS FOR 8100 W one way orUIno lor round trip Leave orders at Flcltas or Valley Abstract Company oillce Packages delivered at reasonable rales ISAAC II 1IKYANT Maricopa and llitriiix Stage Line C 1KRYIN0 US Mail and lWkLLIFaROO 3r Lxritco liTAGES LEAVE PHCENIX AT 7 TO A M O Arrive at Maricopa at 3 r x Returning leave Maricopa at ii noon arrive at Fhanlx at 8r M This lino hi3 tho beat accommoda tion C...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 25 April 1891

H I H JfctUhUfc vfta r1 THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN IS3UKD EVERY DAY MONDAY EXCEPTED BY THE REPUBLICAN PDBUSHINQ COMPANY Entered at tho postofflce at Phtenlx Arizona ai mall tiatter of the second class Tub Republican Is the only newspaper be tween Galveston Texas and Los Angeles Cali fornia which publishes the full telegraphic re port of the Associated Press the largest news gathering agency In the world RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION Dally par week by carrier I 2 Dally pSr month by carrier 100 Dally per month by mall 100 Dally three months by mall 250 Dally stx months by mall 500 Dally one year by mall 1000 Weekly per month 25 Weekly perouarter 75 Weekly perslx months 150 Weekly peryear 250 Advertising rates made known on application 1000 RKWAKU So many complaints have been made by sub scribers of having their paper stolen that Till Republican will give a reward of 1000 for In formation leading to the arrest and conviction of any perron caught stealing this paper from the yards orstepaof subscri...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 25 April 1891

TUB ARIZONA Th Republican hat double the circulation of any other dally newspaper In Arizona and It the only one taking full prett dltpatchet All Contractu and bills tor advertising pay blo monthly lroferreil Locals 10 cents per Hue first Insertion and 5 cents per line each subsequent Insertion THE DESERTED FARM A dust worn traveler draws bla rein At sunsets dreamy hour With longing look oer hill and plain Gives sway to memorys pnner Loai years have passed since last bo ylowei His natlvo hoatn and hill And sUcdoo now with shadowy brood Make nature weirdly stllL There stands the homestead of his youth And clustering round its door Come visions bright of love and truth From memorys endless store lie sees again his fathers form Within tho doorway stand Hit thin locks whitened by the storm Ily passing breezes fanned Mother and staters brothers there Kcaume their wonted place And lost awhile in scenes so fair Ho sees each loving face nutwakeucd from his blissful dream The past returns no...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 25 April 1891

s M II I a i n A BATTLE OF FLO WIS Old Spanish Customs Santa Barbang For the Dal8cpfUo Viaitf tdlkWiBIlssion nml Its Won 7defiiMfanlcii veritable Feast of Flowers Pabadkna April 24 President Har rison and party were treated to a bean tiful floral display this morning during their two hours drive through the prin cipal streets of this Crown of the Val ley They had a fine escort composed of local military and civic organizations At a point in the drive on Marengo avenue the procession passed under a large arch principally composed of calla lilies and having a base of rare tropical plants About 2500 school children were congregated about this arch whence they showered President and Mrs Har rison with such a profusion of flowers that those who followed passed over a veritable bed of flowers Short visits wero subsequently made to the residences of Governor Marknatn and Mayor Lukens At 11 oclock the train started for Santa Barbara Snta Bauuaiu April 21 After leav ing Pasadena the train st...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 26 April 1891

I VOL II lald Vp Capital Hurplua F r of p IV every Friday n The Arizona Republican HANKS AND 1IANK1NO PIIENATPONALBANKOF ARIZONA IIhciiIx AlUona M W KALES President 80L LEWIS Vlce rreidenL GEO W llOADLKY Cmliler rapltat Paid ITp SurpUu 8100000 30000 D1KECT0US M W Kales J Y T Smith Sou Ikwii Ciiablis Goldman Oio W Hoadijct C0nilESl0NDENT8 The Rank of California San Francisco Agency of IUnk of California New York The Farmers and Merchant Hunt Lot Anicelcs The National Hank of Commerce St Muls CniikolMattd National Dank Tuoon Bank of Arumia PrtKOtt N M KothsrhlliW AAnn Loudon PHE ARIZONA NATIONAL BANK 1 Tucton Arizona S3000O 3000 B M JACOBS iRIMDEKT SAMUEL IIUGHKS VlCC PmsiOENT M P FREEMAN CAailUR CORRKSPONDENTS lononP rlmnd American Bank San Franrlseo Chemical National Bank New York National Bank of Commerce St Umls Inlon National Hank Chicago Kannera and Merchants Bank LoAnirels Slate National Bank El Pa The ValleT Hank PhienU HE T CONSOLIDATED Bank of Tucson NATIONAL D HENDERSON Pre...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 26 April 1891

fl i THE ARIZONA RFJOIILICAN IS3U12D 1CVKUV DAY MONDAY EXCEPTED BY ME REPUBLICAN ICBUSIllXG COMPANY Entered at tho postotllce at PhumlxArliona as mall mutter of the second ckii The EeiUolican 1j tho only newspaper be tween Galveston Texas and 19 Angeles Cali fornia which publlshe tho full telegraphic r portof the Associated Press the largest now gathering agency In the world PATES OF HUIISCIUPTION Dally per week by carrier I 25 IMIly per month by carrier iW Dallr per month by mall 100 Illv thr innnlhs hv mall 2W Dally sis month by mall 500 Dallr one year by mall 1000 Weuklf per month 2J Weekly peniuarter 7 Weekly persW months 1S0 Wivklr oervear 250 Advertising rates made known on application AGENCIES Tint RirOBUCAN can bo found on rale at the following places Tucson J 8 Mansfield Los Anoclks Edwards McKnlght San FraNcUco Palace New Stand Ban DlEco Coronado News Maud 1000 ItKWAUU So many complaints have tieen made by sul icrltHTunl having their paper stolen that Till HxrDRLlCAN will ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 26 April 1891

1 TUB ARIZONA REPUBLICAN The Republican hat double the circulation of any other dally newspaper In Arlsona and It the only one taklnc full prass dispatches VII Contract aud bills tor advertising pay able monthly Preferred luruli 10 cuius or lino first iiioerlliu ivml Scents per lino each subsoqucnt Insertion I THE NIHILIST Soiuo time before tho traric death ol tlio Into czar ono of tho most important men in the ciupiru was Piinco Michel but reasons of state will not permit tho designation of his illustrious family name During n sojourn in Paris just after the war ho inct at ono of tho receptions df the Princess Lisa General do Contre monts cluriuing daughter whom tho Parisian world just nriMiiR from its ashes know under tho 1111110 of the beautiful Madeleine She was also ns poor us she was beautiful Michel was smitten in ppito of his forty j ears and his long formed resolu tion of celibacy For fifteen years ho had withstood the 1 diwhuients of do signing j onng ladies 1 tho maneuver...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 26 April 1891

COUiNTY DEMOCRATS MKKTING OI TIIKIK CONVENTION YESTKItOAV To Nominate Three Candidates for the Constitutional Contention William Alexander and Jordan tho Nominee Tho Democratic Convention to nonil unto candidates for the Constitutional Convention was called to order yester day morning at 1030 oclock by 11 A liekas J L 15 Alexander nominated Hon Thomas K 1urich as chairman who was unanimously elected Leo Dunn was elected temporary secretary without opposition A motion to appoint a committee o Ave on permanent organization and credentials was carried Thecominlttue appointed were 11 H Logan Irank Uaxter Thomas Gage C 11 Hake9 Hen Goldman The convention adjourned until 2 pm at which time business was re sumed Tlie following report on credentials was presented by Judge Master Ihiunix Ilrst ward J F Meudor M B Fh islitiuin Frank Czarnowi ki J L H Alexander A Utii ls S F Webb F 11 i eermix M 11 Cox F Baxter and UJ Smith c ud arl J E Walker II C Yc Uuarles Uoldnntn by A C linker proy Third ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 28 April 1891

a VOL II HANKS AND BANKING PHE NATIONAL BANKOF ARIZONA Phccnlx Ailzona M W KALES rreiiJcnt BOL LEWIS Vlco President GEO W HOADLEY Cashier Ciltnl Paid U Surplus - Capital Iald Up Undivided Profits 100000 30000 directors M W Kalxs J Y T Smith Sol Lewis CHARLES GOLDMAN GEO W HOADLXY CORRESPONDENTS The Bank of California Ban Francisco Agency of Hank of California New York The Farmers an J Merchant Hank Lot Angeles The National Hank of Commerce St 1 ouls Consolidated National Bank Tiir snn Bank of Ansona Prescott N M Rothschilds A Sons London T MIE AKIZONA NATIONAL HANlv Tucson Arizona Iald Up Capital Surplus H30000 3000 B M JACOBS PRESIDENT SAMUEL HUGHES Vice President M P FREEMAN Cashier CORRESPONDENTS LondonParlsahdAmericau Bank Ban Francisco Chemical National Bank - NewiorV National Bank of Commerce - St Louis Union National Bank Chicago Farmers and Merchants Bank - Los Angclf State National Bank El Paw The Valler Bank Phrvnli P1IE CONSOLIDATED NATIONAL Bank of Tucson D HENDERSON Pre...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 28 April 1891

I n fl 9 THE ARIZONA ILEPIIBUGAN IS3UKD EVERY DAY MONDAY EXCEPTED BT THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered at tho pontolllcc at Ihienix Arizona as mall mutter nt the second clam Til Rxpoblican Is tho only newspaper be tween Galveston Texas and Los Angeles Cali fornia which publishes the full telegraphic re port of the Associated lrew the largest news gathering agency In the world RATK3 OK SUBSCRIPTION Dally per week by carrier Dally per month by carrier 100 Dally per month by mall 100 IMIly thrw months by mall 2 SO Dally six months by mail 800 Dally ono year by mall i Wi Weekly per month w Weekly peniuartor Weekly perslx months 1J0 Weekly per year 2 Adrertlslng rates made known on application AGENCIES The Repcblicak tan be found on tale at tho following places Tccbos J S Mansfield LOS A NO LIS Edwards McKnlght Ban Francisco Palace News Stand 8an Dieuon CoronadoNewsctand 81000 UBIVAKU So many complaints have boen made by sub scribers of baring their paper stolen that Tin RtrUBUCA...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 28 April 1891

TUB ARIZONA REPUBLICAN The RIPUDUOAN ha double the circulation of any other dally newspaper In Arltona and It the only one taking full pre it dispatches All Contracts and bllli or advertising pay able monthly lrvferreit Locale 10 ceutt per lino flrt Insertion and ft cents per lino caoh subsequent lutertlon TUB MUCH TO QUEBEC GCN ARNOLDS MASTERLY JOURNEY THROUGH THE WILDERNESS Tho Enterprise- Wa Carried Oat with Ability Merer Hicelcd In War Daunt let Energy ami Heroism Saved tlie Expedition from Disaster Jinny Timet Copyright 1801 by American Press Associa tion Book rights reserved JOTMw2 JOUKNEY of COC miles through the trackless wilder ness of Maine con tun dint against sickness storms fieshets desertion mid treachery and loss ot food sup plies through dis aster arriving at last attho point ol destination with the ardor of his falthfnl soldiers unabated such was Ar nolds marvelous feat when dispatched by Washington to aid Schuyler lu his cam palgn nunlnst Canada In 1775 The plan w ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 28 April 1891

a a LOCAL BREVITIES The ree reading room it being liber ally patronized Republican city convention meets nt the Court Uouift at 7S0 tonight Henry Johnson Tuccon and W E Campbell Mesa are at tlio Central The plcnte at the Hole In tlio Kock Sunday afternoon proved to bo an en joynblo nlTulr Ben Herring will leave in a few days or Hot Springs where ho oxptcts to bo gono a month Marcial Morsalo a Moxlcnn was yes torkay fined 5 for sleeping on tho side walk He paid tho fine William Mathowsof tho Commercial who has been confined to his bed with la grlppo for tho past week is improv ing W II Sobastlan Santa FO Now Mexico Henry Hansen Blsbeo Thomas J Wright KIsbce A L Stahl Tucson are at the nuns uouse Two Chinese merchants will leave Fha nlx in a low days for China tnklnc with them several thousand dollars of Mellican mans money George 0 Hunt Winifred Mine Syd Hart Santa Fe Now Mexico Joseph Sehloss Santa Fe New Mexico James F WUUIns Mesa registered at the Commercial yesierdey Lum Gray and...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 29 April 1891

V I vor ii E The Arizona Republican HANKS AM IIANKINO ARIZONA lhocnlx Aiiiona M W KALES lVsldent 80L LKWI8 Vlcc rresideiiU GEO W HO A DLEY Cashier Capital Inlil Up Surplus M W Kales DIPKCT0118 J Y T Smith hiooooo 3ioo Sol Lewis Ciiamjes Goldman Qko W Hoadlet CORItESIONDEXTS The lUnkof California San Francisco Agency of Hank of California New York The Farmers anil Merchants Hunk Lot Anseles The National Hank of Commerce St Louis Consolidated National Hank Tiipwui Bank of Anion Prescott N M KnlhhlMfc8us l onlon ARIZONA NATIONAL HANK Tucson Arizona Pnll Up Capital Surtiliu 930000 3100 D M JACOBS PRESIDENT SAMUEL HUGHES Vice President M P FUEEMAN CabUIER CORUESPONDEXTS LondonParlsaud American Hank San Francisco Chemical National Uank - New York National Hank of Commerce St Louis Union National Hank Chicago Farmen and Merchants Hank LosAtiKels Stale National Hank El Pan The Vallev Hank Phienlt T UK CONSOLIDATED NATIONAL Hank of Tucson D HENDERSON President II E LACY Vlce PreildenL II H T...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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