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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 15 August 1891

XME AIaJZONA KiiPUialOA:' P02NaX,. SATWDax jtfQRNJj'SrQ-. ATJ.Gr.UBT IH. JL89X. THE ARIZONA llEPDBUCAN. The FlepuoLiCAN has doubla tha circulation of any other dally newipnper In Arliona.and It the only one taking full preit dispatches. All Contracts and M1U or advertising pay able monthly. Preferred Locals 10 conn per line first miertlon, and 5 cents per lino each subsequent insertion. PROTECTION AND PRICES. Boine Krro-Trn.il 1'riees In Now Sooth Wales. A report by Consul Griffin from Syd ney, Now Sonth Wales, contains a sis nlflcant paragraph in its bearing upon tl question of the influence of Protec t j.n upon prices. He is discussing tho feasibility of a prefect to utilizo tho col ony's rich deposits of iron. Tho under taking is acknowledged to bo a hazard ous one tinder tho Freo-trado policy in force there, but it is hoped that the nat ural advantages aro so extraordinary as to overcome tho difference of labor cost in favor of foreign iron. Mr. Griffin says: "There are, however...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 15 August 1891

"5 r T1-I1D ARIZONA KJiJPUiiJL.lOA.N: PHOENIX, SATURDAY MORNING, TJGRJST 15. 1891. :i A SEW LAW K1KAI. Attorney Israel lint Decided t Locate In I'liu'iiU. Attorney G. 0. Israel, who camo to this "city several weeks ago from Port land, Or., has opened a lnw ofllce in room S, Thibodo building, which ho has elegantly furnished and will at at once enter upon tho practice of his profession. Mr. Israel's flrstrintcntion was to form a co-partnership with otlices In this city and Florence and ho hiuinelf was to tako chargo of tho oilico in l'loronco. At tho request of several frionde, howevor, Mr. Israel has decided to locato permanently in rhu-nix, and will pay every attention to the wants of his clients. EEEE :. SODA .-. EATER! l'OKUKSN KAILWAY HCANUAI Il Ihp n llnllroixl Contractor lUuta Canadian Oovvruiuvnt. Ottawa, Ont., Auk. 14. The Senato Railway Committee met again tonight. Startling evidence was brought forth in connection with tho I'aiebes Chalsurs railway scandal. Contractor Arms...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 16 August 1891

fhe Republican The Only Paper Between GaWeston, Texas, and Los Angoles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatches of the Associated Press. VOX;. III. PHOENIX. SUNDAY MOENING, ATJG-lJST 16, 189J. NO, 78 inr ARIZONA MT RAM Wildest Day on Chicago 'Change Known. December Wheat 11 1-2 Cents. Jumps Uullg Succeed in Getting Away With the Hears Rye Goes Up 30 Centa iu Ten Days. Associated Press Dispatcher. Chicago, Aug. 15. December wheat reached $1.08 on Ilia regular board to day, and this afternoon sold on the street at $1.10. Later on calls were quoted Ht $1.14, and cold as high as $1.18. Of courso these were not marked figures but they served io show the frame of mind tho traders are in after this exciting wuclc. Friday, which was thought to bo a busy day by tin) brokers, sunk into in significance before today's session on the Board of Tuule. It was ouo of the wildest days over known on the floor. December wheat reached $1.08, through the consternation of the bears, who, while part...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 16 August 1891

T111U aUJaUWa LUiiPuiJllUAJN: PHpKNlX. SUNDAY MOKWUSTQ. AUQIJSi.' 16. la9x. - THE ARBflNA M'UimCAN. iaSUKI) HVKRY DAYIMONUAV KXOSVXSO IRE REPUBLICAN PDBUSB1NG COMPANY. Entered at the jotolllce at I'hconlx, Arizona A mall matter ol the second class. Tub Ukfubucan Is the only newspaper be tween Galveston, Toxai, and Los Angeles, Cali fornia, which publishes the lull telcsraphto ro Dortol the Associated l'ress-the largest nows- jtherlng agency in the world. RATES OF 8UB9CRimOM : nallv. nurweek. br carrier J .25 Dally, per month, by carrier 1.00 Dally, per month, by mall l.W n.iw. ihrAii rnnnthn. hr mall 2.50 Dally, six months, by mall 5.00 uauy, one year, oy man w.w Weekly, perouartcr Weekly, per six months Voekly, per year .r: ' " -.-:. -r. '.". '. l'.sn 2.50 Advertising rates made known on application AOKNCIKS. Tns Ripobucan can bo found on sale at tho following places; Tucson J. S.Manifleld Los Anoelks Edwards & MeKnlght San Fhancisco Palace News Stand 8an Dieqo Coronado News St...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 16 August 1891

"vrperrr" "n TJrilii AlZOJSfA lPUJALiICAN : PHOENlA, S U UiJA MOltJMiJMG. AUjGr.UT 16 . 189i. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. The Republican has double the circulation of any other dally newspaper In Arlzona,and U the only one taking full press dispatches. All Contracts atut bills or advertising pay. able monthly. rreferretl IjuukIh 10 cents pet line first Insertion, and 6 cents per lino each subsequent Insertion. Two Sntrtiumlo Norrltlos. Two gastronomic; novelties havo re cently been introduced into tlio city. Tho first, it is said, owes its popularity, it not origin, to it young southern mem ' of tho Manhattan club, who not long ,'o srrprised his waiter and the chef of i ih dnbbyonlorinj;broilod bacon served with n plain lettuctt salad. The waiter hesitated before filling the novel order, and inquired a second timo to assure himself that ho had heard aright. When tho news of tho novelty became noised abroad, and the members of the club learned that it was the gen tleman's custom to order...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 16 August 1891

1 Tills! ARIZONA ltKPUiLjiOAN: IIIOJLINIX. SuNJOA. JN104-iJMIN.G, aUGUST 10. AtfUl. I; i I : ,' PERSONALS. Frank GriawoUl is reported to bo rest ing easy. Capt. Aery returned to Maricopa by this morning's train. Jim McNamnra went to Tempo on u business viuit yesterday. William Van Mess registered p.t tlio Central last night from Chicago. Joslnli Alkirowont out on yesterday's morning's train to 1'omona, California. V. T. Cuinmlngs was in tho city yes terday from Double Muttcs. Capt. II. Aery, of Maricopa, as a welcome visitor to our city yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Elder and daugh ter Nettie drove down from Tempo yes terday. Jack Stow art returned to I'lurnix ves terday frbm a business trip to Tempo and Sacaton. Messrs. Rich and Dare, Into of Kan sas, but now of Tempo, were in tho city yesterday. Dr. J. L. Gregg drove down from Double liuttes on a business visit to tho city yesterday. W. H. Coulee, of lieatrice, !Neb..caino in on yesterday's train and registered at tho Commercial. ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 18 August 1891

htfUWlW' n.Vai.JuTMWffM rHE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN The Only Paper Between Galveston, Texas, and Los Angolos,' California, that Publishes the Full Dispatches of the Associated Pres3. VOL.. lit. PI-ICENIX, TCJJE3DAY MORNING-, AUGHJST 18. 1891. NO. 79 fflBATPBlNGDOWN IHvy Foreign Buying Said io Bo At tlie Bottom of the "Recent Flui'i'v. Cliicairo SiccuIntors Making ISut Little Money While New York ers Are Reariing- a Harvest. Associated Press IMs patchci. Chic uio, Aug. 17 Thooxcitiui: scenes in wheat imil corn continued thU morn ing. Figures for December wheat in side of tun minutes, rose from $1.U1)U to f 1.13. This was the top figure on tho curly bulge, und then the price began to weaken. At fn o'clock it had declined ton.071,.. Suddenly several houses with foreign connection were Helling heavily. This was enough if there had been any wildness in previous buying. The Rears uno had been too frightened to sell for several days, made u combined on slaught iu which they were aided by timid ...

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 August 1891

TUlu AU1Z.Oma J.U1LjU1JUOAJ3: PH.OJEN1X. TOESP.AY. MQRI7.LN01, AUGttJSi. Jti. XoDJL. I I- Iff- I ,? I rt s, 1 1 . w i w h K THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. liSUKll KVEKY IUY (MONDAY KXCKPTKD BY TOE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. Kutercd at the )tofflco at rtueutx, Ailiona mall matter oi tht second class. Tub Kkfobucan U tho nly newnpapor be two m Oalveston, Texas, anil Lw Angelei, Call forn'a. which publisher tho full teUgraphlo ro uortoftheAMoclateiU'ress the latest new- itlietlng agency In tho world. RATK9 OP SUUSCIUl'TON! Dully, lor week, by carrier Dally, ier mouth, by carrier Dally, per month, by mail .. . . Dally, threo months, by mall . Dally, six months, by mall . 1.00 .. 1.00 . 2.50 .. s.oo UaiiY, oao year, orami.. Iran;, oao year, uv uu... . Si Woolly, pormonth 10.00 .Veekly, per six months ... i.w Voekly, per year 2-50 Advertising rates made knowu on application, AOKNCIKS. This KircnticAN can bo fouud ou Mlo at the lollowlnii places: Tccsos J. S. Matiiflcld Los Anokles Edwards A ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 18 August 1891

TxjlJU A,ulZQN.A. liJWPUJiLIOANj PHp-ENlX,,vlUESJA MOKNiNG,. AU3J2SJi:jL8,.,189x. II ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. All CotitrucW and UUs oradvertlslui pay able monthly. I'reforred I.ncnl 10 cents per line first Insertion, and 5 cents pit line each subsequent Insertion THE CONDITIONS ARE DIFFERENT.' Cllmutlo anil Soil ('iitulHIona Indueae Mutter. Tho Mnrysvillo, Oil., Appeal says: "Peach hoc can sciirwcly bo planted in Oilforuin fast enough to to make up for tho largo number destroyed in tho East by tho disease known ns tho yellows. l" y thousands of acres of peach or i .tin iU on tho Atlantic coast hare been mined of lato years by tho scourge. And as yet nothing has been found to itsrav ages, and oven its origu is not known. Caro should bo taken to prevent the in troduction of this malady in California through importntiona of nursery .stock from Eastern localities infested with tho yellows. " It is well to bo careful. There is also danger of being too careful thereby caus ing uuiiecefAiry tro...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 18 August 1891

riltt ARIZONA liJiJPUJilLOAN: PHOENIX. TUESDAY M.OKN1NQ', AUG.UST Itf. ibUl. TERRITORIAL OIJI'I'NUS. From tbo Graham County Bulletin, Aug. 14. Grass iu tho ranges will soon, bo good and stock will De in good order. Doc Dowillo, proprietor ol tho new saloon nt Stnll'ord waa in town Tues day. Sheriff Geo. A. Olnoy left for Clifton on Wednesday niorninp on buniness find will bo absent sovoral days. Judge J. T. Fitzjerald has put a force of men at work to roririr tho residence on his itoro lot, formally occupied by Louis Voclckcl. Tho lomouvillo llano Hall Club has challenged tho l'imn llaeo Ball Club to a match game of ball to bo played nt Solomonvillo next Sunday the Kith. Master John Hughes, son of editor Hughes, of tho Tucson istar, is an appli cant for tho position of messenger boy in the coming constitutional convention! John is a bright boy, a native of Arizona, and being a production of an Arizona newspaper ofhec, ho lias claims on tho place. Last night a heavy rain accompanied ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 19 August 1891

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN The Only Paper Between Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatches of the Associated Press. VOL.. III. PI-ICENIX. WEDNJSSDAY MORNINCr, AUGUST 39. 1891. NO. 60 11 MOTS TRIP s cli-Makino- the Order n t of the Day. HniTison Erected With Ap plause Everywhere. s TlinnaiuU of l'coplfc Gather nt Sta tions to Sco the Chief Muiristrnto. Associated Press DWnaiclies.) Jeksey City, N. J., Au 18. Tho Presidential party at rived promptly at 12:00, and after stop of only live min utes proceeded on their way to Albany. Nbwuvko., N. Y., Aug. lSr-r-The Presi dent's train arrived hero at :5 oVlock tins afternoon. Tlioro wcioSOOO people at the station cheering as the train stopped. Tho Projidont uiadu a brief address, complimentary to tho Newburg citizens and surrounding, wliich was frequently interrupted witli cheers. Tlie party was lustily chcereil as tho train left the city. AuiANY, N. Y., Aug. 18. Kingston was reached on schedule time. He...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 19 August 1891

TJL-1J3 AH1W31U .KJiM-'Ulil.IOAJS: PHOJUmX. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUSx 19. io9J.l . THE ARIZONA REPIIBUCAN, U3UKD EVERY DAYtMOKDAY EXCEPTED ME REPUBLICAN PDBUSBINfl COMPANY. Entered at the poitofflce at Fbcanlx, Arizona it mall matter o! the lecond clan. The KirDBUCAN 1 the only newipapcr be twesn Oalroston, Texas, and Lo Angeles, Cali fornia, which publishes the fall telegraphies ro nortotthe Associated Press the largest news- itherlng agencj In the world. RATKS OF SUBSCRIPTION : Dally, per weet. by carrier .25 Dally, per month, by carrier 1.00 Dally, per month, by mall 1.00 Dally, three months, by mall 2.50 Dully, U months, by mall 5.00 Dally, ono year, by mall 10.00 Woolly, per month. 25 Weekly, per Quarter. 75 oTeekly, persixmonthi 1.(0 Weekly, per year 2.50 AdTcrtlsIng rates made known on application. AOKNOIK9. Thi Republican can be found on rale at the following places: Tucson ..J. 8. Mansflold Los Anoklks Edwards & McKntght San Francisco Palace News Btand San Dixoo Coronad...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 19 August 1891

TirlE AttlZONA JlftPU-fcrfJCAlSr: PHOENIX, WEDNESDAY MOKNlNG. AUGUST lu. 189j. 7T?T II ARIZONA REPUBUCAN All Cont tacts mm bills or advertising pay able monthly. Preferred Local 10 cants per line first I mertlon, mid 5 cents per lltte each subsequent Insertion 'I he Kami l'lunt. Tlui ramie plant is a nniivo of Eastern Asia. It Iwlongs to the nettle family but is free from tho stinging prickles of tho common nottlo. Its fiber is Tery line nml strong with a lustre-like silk. It hits been nseil for timo immemorial in tho Eastern countries for the mnnufneturo of cloth, from the finest imaginable to tin fewest and heaviest. It comesnearer v .iing forever thiul any other cloth l.nov.-n. The ramie ))lant grows freely in a good soil in any warm climato. It gives n heavy crop of fiber to tho acre, and has only been kept from becoming the most valuablo filler plants by tho difllqulty of freeing tho fiber from woody matter and gum. Tills was dono origi nally by soaking the plant for a long tim...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 19 August 1891

Tills: AU1ZO.NA ltUPUiJj-.iOA.N: PMOJilNIX. WEDNESDAY M.OKJN1NO, aUG(U,ST 19. 1.891. Jj W V, I H ' -i. TIMES ON THE .MESA. Many and Improvements llelnc Mnde Times Prosperous. I. T. Wilkine, ono of the prosperous citizens of Mesa City, was in Phoenix yesterday on business and paid the Re publican ollice a pleasant visit. Mr. "Wilklna informs us tliat the fruit crop on the Mesa this year is tho largest ever known. Tho pencil crop is fully double what it was last year nnd of grapes, there is an unusually largo quantity. E. G. Frankcnbure; and Company hnve about ten girls at work cutting peaches at their cvapoaator in Tompc, and are taking all tho peaches on tho other side of tho river at 1 cent per pound. .Mr. Cubor. Jones llroa., and Dan Uagloy nro nil making a largo quantity of wine from Zinfendcl grapes, and a largo quantity of raisins will bo made by other parties. The almond crop is also larger than ever before, and is sufficient to supply the homo market. Tho prico asked at pres ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 20 August 1891

Republican The Only Paper Between Galveston, Texas, and L03 Angele3, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatohes of the Associated Press. VOT.. 111. PI-ICENIX, TI-lUTtSDAY MORNING-, A'UG-UST ;.0. J89J. NO, 8.1 THE ARIZONA W10NT 1INLIENT. hrsp Crowds Witness the Dedication. Harrison Reviews the Pro cession. Governor Trcscott, of Now Ramp- shire, Prcsuiits'the Monument to Yei'inont'H Governor. A.ocUted Tress Dlspatcne. ) Bennington, Vt.. A 111;. 10. Immense crowds are here to witness tho dedica tion of the Bennington monument. Presidont Harrison reviewed theproces sioii. Gen. Veazoy, President of the day, m ml 0 the Introductory address, and Gov. Pace made the addrens of welcome, and in the eloquent speech of Gov. Pres cott of Sow Hampshire, President of (lie Monument Association, lie presented the monument to tlio Governor of Ver mont. Gov. l'ii'.'o accepted in a brief address, and the banquet followed. President Veazoy introduced Presi dent Harrison, who arose amid cheers and sho...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 20 August 1891

I T1JLE A l-tlfeO ss a tJ.iUJJIJ.OAJS: PHOJbHtfT.X. .THURSDAY MOKJM1JSG, AUTJSx 20. ictlu .? H " l 1-S- rl -v . w THE ARIZONA RE An. IJ3UEH EVERY ilAYi.UONDAy KXCKFTED BY TilK REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. KntereJ at tho post-tllco at I'ljcmilx, Arizona tt mall matter ol tho second clasi. Tins Kefuhlican 1j tho only newspaper be tno m Galveston, Tcxai, and Los Angeles, Call 'cm 'a, which publishes tho tall tclccraphlo re oort ot the Associated rrota-thc largest news atherlng agency In tho world. KATES OF SUBSCnHTION : Oally.porweek, by earner J .25 Ually, ler mouth, by carrier l.OO 11.11. nofmnnth. i- m-11 -.. ... 1.00 Pally, three months, by mall 2.50 Dally, bU months, by mall 5.00 Dallr.ono rear, br mall... . - 10.00 WoaVW. Tr month. 25 tt'iutVlv nnrmi-rtwr .. . .75 iVceklr. per six mouths 1.50 Weeklv. nerycar. 2.50 Adrertlslng rates made known, on application. AOKNCIKS. Thk Republican can bo found on Kale at the following places: Tocson J. S.Mauiflold Los AKOELF.s Edwards A McKn...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 20 August 1891

f XxjlU Ali.1Z.OJNA liJUiIgAff: AUGUST 20, 189J. II ARIZONA REPUBLICAN The R(publion h,as double the circulation of any other dally newspaper In Arizona, and It the only one taking full prei dispatches. All Contracts und bills or advertising pay able monthly. Prefcrrril I.ncaU 10 cents por line first .iitfrtlou, anil ft cents per line each subsequent lnertlon Tho North Wind. The eiirly north wind's Mowing Hid trumpet loud and shrill, And plllm: high his enow drifts Alone Uio naked hill. He's flying madly southward. And toon his angry noto Will soften, and ho'U dolt his Iciclo broldcrcd coat. For then he'll bo tho south wind. And ho will wnudor back With roses In his whiskers And roots in Maffick. Hell wuto his flower trumpet And, northbound, scatter (roe Ills pack of dewy 'tlowoni On mountain side and Int. Harper's Youn People. An Kxperliuentnl Ixnmotlre. Tho owners of -''at aro called tho Holman-Caldwell IhvWs nro having fitted up in MilwauketaSoraotive to bo equipped with a now st...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 20 August 1891

r ALUZOJNA ltJi5PUi3l.LOAN: I-MriQlUNJ-X, TJI D KSM Mpi'jO, AUOTT SO, ri-iK xdui. J' ' V , I , r I i - c ii ff H t . fo .." h ;-i !1 -i 4 j i M 3 4Wf C . , -. -IKBiW' TERRITORIAL (.'LUTINGS. From the Preicott Courier. Aufc. IT. Sr.viiHEScniNEMAN.-In l'rescott, Aug ust 15. 1891,byJudeeK. W.French, Axel Hnybart Sparre, of Preecott, to Jfarv Schineman, ol Copenhagen. The above was ono of tho moat not able uiarrlngea that ever took place in l'reseott; not notable because the groom was iiiuiih anil worthy, or be cause the bride was pure ami beautiful or even becauso Fho canio so far to her true love, for similar happening) aro familiar to all. It ih not tho old story where the voung man camo to America, baved hia slowlv neciunulatcd earnings and Ponds for tho girl of his choice. In this instance the lovely young woman leaves a homo whcie plenty reigns, leaves a father rieli in this world's goods and journeys sown thousand miles across seas and continents-, to her loved one. From The Tucs...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 21 August 1891

The Arizona Republican 'TKe Only Paper Between Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatches of the Associated Press. VOL. ILL PHCENIX, FRIDAY MOUJMING. ATJGHJST ai, 1SOJ. NO. 82 m ft Was Exposed io Viow Yesterday. Ono Hundred Priests Assist in the Ceremony. Many Wore Feelliurs Overpowered by Their and Several Women Fainted. Associated l'rvss 1'lspalchei.J Bkhxin, Ahr. 20. Tho holy coat was exposed to view this morning in the ca thedral ut Treves. Two Knights of Malta, in full costume, with drawn swords, stood on either e'ulo of the shrine, enclosing tho cubc, which was surrounded by lighted candles and sur inouiitcd by a Urge gold cro-,s. Tlie cnthcdrnl was richly decorated and packed to tho doom with people. It was an improisivo hcenu, in tho sanctu ary over 100 prionts assisting in tho cer omoiiiex, which wcru grand in the ex treme. After an address by bishop Rom in, tho nave of tho cathedral was cleared to unable municip.il authori ties and pa...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 21 August 1891

ft ' HSi TX1M AlCiAOiNA ltJiU'umJ,OArN ; RHOJUNIX. FBlPAT JSrLWBWXJNG, A,UU,Sx' 61. lpUx. MMMMMMMMMMMgSMSSMPSMSSSSSWSSSSSBaSSSSlSSlllSBSISSBSBSSSMSSS)SSSSSSMS " vtSvAR TOE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. 133UKD KVKRY IUY (MONDAY KJOKPIKD BY TDK REPUBLICAN FOBLISHIKB COMPANY, Entered at tho jiottoitiao t FruBnls,Arlzonr t mail matter ot tho leoi-d class. The ItcroDLicAN It the only newspaper be two m Galrcstou, Texas, aud Los Angeles, Cali fornia, which publlshos the full telegraphic re txjrtut tho Associated Press the largest news- jlherlng agency In the world. KATK3 OF BUnSOKIPTlON: Dally, per week, by ciurior .! 1.1)0 1.00 i.W 6.00 10.CO .25 .75 l.W 2.50 liaiiy, per monin,oy earner Illr. ior inontti. Iit mall Dally, three mouths, by mall Dally, six months, by mall .. Dally, ouo year, by mall. . . . Weekly, per month Weekly, ier quarter Weekly, per six months Wcokly, per year Advertising rates made known on application. AOKNCIKS. Thk Republican can to louud on falo at tho lollowlng places: Tuc...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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