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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 6 October 1891

THE -A.BIZQSrA. HEPtTBX.IOA.N : TTJESDA.X. OCTOBER 6, 1891. 11 ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. Thk Kipobucan has double the uirculatlon olaiiy other dally newspaper In Arizona, aud li the only one taking full press dispatches. Ail Contracts and bills (or adTottistng pay ,ble monthly. I'hkhvbxd Locals 10 oonts per Hue first In sertion aud 5 cents per Hue each subsequent insertion. Ths lUrnBUCAN 1 pleased to contribute In nubile matters, but all notices of festivals, lairs, meetings ot societies, suppers, ontortalumeuts and mention of marriages, births and deatns ljond the regular announcement will be charted (or at regular rates CHILDREN'S CLASSICS. lhnt a Child Llki'x tn Kind In Jinonllo I.ltomturo. It is healthy nml natural lor a child to bo forcibly attracted by what ho does not wholly comprehend; tho music of words appeals very sweetly to child-i-.li ears, and their meaning comes later -comes often after tho iirst keen mi c mse.ous pleasure Is past. I onco km a tiny loy who so delighted In U...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 6 October 1891

mm mm 16 iiwMIWWIBwawypM TI-I35 .ARIZONA vR133T?TJBL10A.N": TXJESDA.Y, OCTOBER 6, 1891. FATE IN TEACUP. !.ii(ii1iir Conplcx Nlimilil l.curii All Their l.4ini l3 llc'irt. HtTC aro a few old superstitions re garding the evor-frienilly cup tlmt checis: If while the tea is belli,' mmle and tho ltd. which has been re moved to pour In the water, Is forgot ten, it Is a sure, sign that some one will "drop in to tea." If a single person happens to have two spoons In his or her saucer, It It, i prediction that tho fortunuto (or mi torunate?) drinker of that particular cup will bo married within a year from :hat date. If you put cream-In your cup before tho sugar It will "cross your love," so bo very careful. If a tea stalk floats In the cup.lt is called a "beau" and when this Is seen unmarried women should stir their tea very quickly round and round, and then hold tho spoon upright In tho con tor of tho cup. If tho "beau" is at tracted to tho spoon and clings to it, ho w ill bo sure to call v...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 7 October 1891

The Republican. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY DAILY PAPER IN THE TERRITORY. Tho Only Paper Betweon Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes all of the News in Full. VOL. IV. PHCENTX, WEDNESDAY MOKKTINTG, OCTOBER 7, 1891. ISTo. 22. Arizona A FAMOUS DIAMOND. A DEALER IN DIFFICULTY WITH AN INDIAN POTENTATE. Th Strange Contest ltetween Two Famous People Over One of thn Rest Known Diamonds lit the World A One Million Dollar Stone. London, Sopt. 25. (Correspondence Advices jiut received from Calcutta give details of a strango contest botwoon two famous people over ono of tho most fatuous diamonds in the world. The disputants aro tho Nizam of Hyderabad and Alexander Malcom Geary Aubort geo, alias Alexander Malcolm Jacob, whoso famous novel of Marion Craw ford. He is hero under tho namo of "Mr. Isaacs." The diamond in the transaction is known as the "Imperial." It is a puro white stone wo'ghing 180 carats, while Kohinoor only weighs 100 carats. Tho Imperial wo formerly...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 7 October 1891

THE A.RJ.'2;OIsr.A. HWDHl.J.O.JST: WEDOTSDAT, OCTOBER 7, 1891. TUB ARIZONA REPDBUCAN I-HUKD KVKKY n.VY (KXi'KIT MONDAY) T. J. Wolfley, Editor and Manager. Entered at the postofflce at Pluunix, Arizona, ai mall matter of tlio second class, RATES OF SU1ISCRIPT10N. Dallv. ner cek. by currier J Dally, per month, by carrier l.uo Dally, per nioutli, by mull 1.U0 Dally, three mouths, by mall S0 Dully, six mouths, by mall A.00 Dally, oue year, by mall 10.00 Weekly, per month -" Weekly, per quarter . .. 75 Weekly, per mx mouths 1.50 Weekly, per yoir 2V) Advertising rates inado kuown on application. NOTICE TO HU3INE-y MKN. Tub ItsruiatcAN will not bo responsible (or any bills unless contracted on a written order of the management. T J. WOLFLEY, Managor. AGENCIES. Till! Rkpciilican can be found on sale at the following places Tucson J. B. Mansfield Los A NO elks Edwards A McKnlght tHN Fkvncuco Palace News Stand 8am Dieoo Coronado News Stand TAKIFl-' l'lUTUUKS. X. Y. Press: Free traders have pe...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 7 October 1891

TJ3.JS ATOTZONA y-R1JT?rTBLIOAN : WHJDNDAT, OCTOBHTK T, 1801. HIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN The KirnBUCAN h double tho circulation ofauyothcr dally newspaper In Arlsona, and li the only one taking lull press dlspatchos. All Contracts and bllti (or advertising pay able monthly. Fkkferred Locals 10 cents per line first in sertion and 5 cents per llu each subsequent insertion. The lUrciiLlCAN Is pleased to contribute In public matters, but all notices of festivals, fairs, meetings of societies, suppers, entertainments and mention of marriages, births and deatns herond the regular announcement will be charged for at regular rates MEN OF NOTE. Gladstone is fond of having Long- fellow road to him. Piii.nck Gkokok or Wales will bo mmlo a iluho when he Rets home. Andrew Oaiinfoik has started on an other coaching trip through Scotland. Two million francs more have been added to tho fortune of- the Compto do l'aris through tho will of MurquUdo St. Astier. Hkniiv fluroN has a fino collection of fancy...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 7 October 1891

I iff II hill 'I 1 1 II ...wr -'i'pspfiifwspnr - Essnf dsvas lariM THK .A.KIZOJN.A. RMir'aBX.X'OLJSr: 3iDlSrESJD-A.Y, OOTOJBER 7, 1891. &mm SUBSTITUTE SWINDLE. DlshonoBt iJniffglata Who Palm Off Homo-Mtulo GoodB. How nil l!inioctInp I'liMIn I In jnrl t'pdii liy riirlnrlili'l Ieulii In lloiincliolil KniHMlU'ft. Mr. A. Erank KiclmnKon, of New York, 1ms done tho public wood survk-o by calling attention In bis roeent ml drevt lK-fore tho National Editorial as sociation at St. Paul to the petty but extensive frauds practiced upon custom ers through what is known as the sub stitute swindle. The modus opernnll of these dishonest deals, says the Chi cago Tribune, may be briefly explained There are many standard artides which have attained to largo, sale and wide spread reputation by their le -U'u-uito merits and tho liberal advertising of their proprietors. Certain unprincipled druggists and small dealers have taken advantage of these, circumstances to counterfeit these goods by Imitati...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 8 October 1891

i THE LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY DAILY PAPER IN THE TERRITORY. Tho Only Papor Botwoen Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes all of the News in Full. VOL. IV". PEcasisrix, Thursday morning, October s, i89t. 3STo. 23. The Republican xvlZAJiNA FARNELL. rcland s Great Leadci Departed nunm IV I :iuu Only His Wife and Physi cians -Present. L HIS WIFE'S ARMS. The DoctorsStiite That Acute Rheu matism was tho Causo of His Death, Which Occurred After an Illness of Only Four Days, Which Was Very Painful Toward tho Last Xo Time to Summon Friends and Relatives Intense Excitement and Sorrow in Dublin. aoclated l'ress Dlspatcnea.l I,sion, Oct. 7. Great Hritnn and Ireland were startled this morning by the utterly unloosed for announcement that Charles Stewart l'arnell, tho n.ted Irish leader, died suddonly at Brighton yesterday. It wild known that l'arnell had not en joved the beat of health for years and it uad been also noticed and widely com mented on since the O'Shea div...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 8 October 1891

lvffiR TI-TTC JYR.LZONJV RHJV'U.BGJ.JJ4.N': TPIXJBSDiSuTr, OCTOBER 8, 1891. TSSPsrsfiH1 Tjlli ARIZONA lilil'UHLlCAX. ISSUED KVKUY DAY (EXCEPT MONDAY) T. J. Wolfley, Editor anil Mniugor. Entered at tlio poslcpillra tit I'luumx, Arlsotia, as mail matter of tlio second class, KATES OF SUHSCUU'TIOS. Dallv, por Meek, by currier I .24 Dully, per month, by mirier I.uo Dally, lcr mouth, by mull l.W Dally, throe mouth, by mall ti.AO Dally, six mouths, by null MM Dully, ono year, by mull 10.00 Weekly, per month JR Weekly, per quarter Weekly, nr six months ... l.'iu Weekly, per ye ir ' 2.30 Advertising rales undo known on application. OTICE TO 1IUSI.E MEN. Tub ItKfUDLiciN will iut bo responsible (or any bills union coutractod on u written order ol the management. T J. WOl.FLKY, Manager. AGENCIES. The Republican can bo found on salo at the following places Tucson J.8 Mansfield 1am ANUKLKh Kdnards ,V McKiilghl HN Fuvst'lsco l'ulnco News Stand Hin Dikoo CoronadoSowsblai.il TAHII'K I'lUIUKUS. X. Y...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 8 October 1891

z .-J ' . "VV-. vr mwn REPUBLICAN Tub Uei'Uslican lias double tho circulation of any other dally uowspaperlit Arizona, and 1 Ihu only one taking (nil press dispatches. ALU Contracts and bllU for advcrllslug nay. ablo monthly. " ' ' PkKFKRKKD LOCALS 10 C811U per llllo first ill- sertion and Stents per lino each subsequent Insertion. Tiik Ukpublicak is pleased to contrlbuto In public matters, but all notices of festivals, fairs, meetings of societies, suppers, entertainments ai d mention of marriages, births and dcatns beyond the regular announcement will bo charged for at regular rates I1EAVE11 FAKMING. Tho Gurloua and Profltablo tlustry of n Goorglun. In- llmv tho Anlmnls Aro ItnlW and Some- tliliiR About'ThpIr HnbltH lleaver hklus a Good Substitute for Sent Skins, "You have never heard of Dick Kil pore's beaver farm near llascom, Oa.? That's queer. Hut I have always been surprised mat some of you newspaper fellows haven't been down to writo It up." The speaker, says the Chicago Int...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 8 October 1891

m ' ? v! THJ A'RIZONA R:i21?UBX,I02Sr: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1891. mm MEN DESTROYERS IN INDIA. Killing n Willi IIjiU Wlilrli Win tlin Talk (if lmllu N'w t'lHTH. It Is well known tlmt nlwwt twenty flvo thousand people a ycur full a prvy to tho wild boasts of India. Tho larger part of tlio.so victims arokllloilby timers mid viMioiuous snakes which aro mot In tho jungle. As a rule, says tho Chicago Herald, the victims of the.so tragedies art guilty of groat earolesMioss. With care the danger of wild beasts might, in the majority of these, cases, bo averted. An animal which has for somo months Ih'oii written alnnit a great deal in tho Indian newspapers has at last suc cumbed, having mot his well-deserved fate on ,111110 7. Ho proved to be a full grown leopard, probably nlxmt four years old. Ho had lurked around tho villages in tho edgo of tho jungle for months watching for his prey, and at least fifteen people were killed iy him, including several adults as well as chil dren. It was hard...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 9 October 1891

l &"0 ""' r a ,47 W :, ? THE LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY DAILY PAPER IN THE TERRITORY. , - Tho Only Paper Betweon Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes all of the News in Fall. VOL. IV. P'TrlCEN'IX, :F;RtDA.Y MOKISmSTG, OCTOBEK 0, 1891 JSTo. 24. ' " 'M "" ' li t?OI TUI fc Fk T A- ICAN. FfiiLr4H IJ "rti- Sa JL 1 JL V JLJfl r &. &, Sts CLEVELAND ASD HILL vi)i)i:i:ss a ii:.mocuatio iikist. iNfi in tiii: city or suiv youk. (letehind Scores tlio 1'rotectUo Tariff lmt iBiioren tlio Silver Question Hint Tlit Ilia KW'Ctlim Would be n Uuoil Mint- fur tlio l'nrty. A,.,iteU Press Dlspatcnca.i Nuv Youk, Oct. 8. Ex-President 1 1, .-land presided tonight nt n Demo u.,tu' meeting nt Cooper Union. Mr. llcveland, on taking tho chair, talked length on the issues of (ho campaign. He .-cored tho protective tariff, the forco ),i, the extravagance in government ex penditures and tlio arbitrary actions of 1,,-piiblieans in tho last congress. Ho reviewed tlio Democratic s...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 9 October 1891

Its" l&rfBHb fe 9 TW . on 1 h , iVA KM' M UiMoofllcinh ..... ini imi uuiiiuiin, ISSUED EVERY DAY (EXCE1T MONDAY) w.ra?aafflrta'Art-. tho second class, RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION B1Jt. per week, by earrior . . . . Dally, per month, by carrier Dally, tier month, by mall J! I,,irceui0!l'.byiuall '.' "." .a ''" I i. vffi . T. J. Wqlfley, Editor nnd Manager. Ijajly, six mouths, b'y null ,50 5.00 10,H Weekly, per month eeiciy, per quarter , ceRiy, per six months .. Weekly. perjreir .. " ; Advertising rates made known on a .75 1.50 i.'.i ppllcatlon. NOTICE TO BUSINESS .MEN " T. J. WOLFLKY, Manager. AGENCIES. folSw SW Ca" ta '0UJ on sale at tho Tucson .... , . LosAvntir. ..: -.J. 8. Mansfield San KniNcisco .;." wffA.,KnIBhi Han Dikoo " ,:""nj.twijLifii one lies. oronadoNtiwi stand iAKlYV NCTUUVN, A Y P-,,... tea. J nit ...- j. 'You ; f in, ' . . """' tfnra J.7... ii. m . - 'Wl Lff.Vlfif ... v we vmo ttump; "Jbl-.v .tty us tee. .in (idrer- Fourteenth $1.32. -...cvincr Oaybu alar street store ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 9 October 1891

THE HIZOKA HEPrrBLXOAJSr : B'BJJDAY. OCTOBER 9, 1891. TUB ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. Thk lUruBUCAN has double the circulation ol any other daily new-paper In Arizona, and Is tho only one taking full press dispatches. All Contractu and bills for adTortlslng par able monthly. Prkfkrred Locals 10 cents per line first In sertion and 5 cents per lino each subsequent Insertion. Thk UcruBLicxN Is pleased to contribute In public matters, but all notices ot festivals, (airs, meetings ot societies, suppers, entertainments and mention ol marriages, births and ileatns beyond the regular announcement will bo charged (or at regular rates HOW WATEKL00 WAS LOST. Nnpoloon's Voralon of It from a Rocontly Publlshod Account The ircnt ficnorura Description of tlio Kiunoin llattlx In Which 11U Jb'orcr a suflVred Soro l-IVi.t. Xnpolcon's version of the battle, of Waterloo, which, so tho Loudon Globe, asserts, lias never been published be fore in English, is to appear in tho nc.vt number of tho United Service, (i...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 9 October 1891

Hw - v: '.LM-IifcC A.K.LZONA .HKTPXJBiLIOJST FEI.DAY, OOTOBEK 9, 1891. ;ppriip,i A LUST TREATY. Tho Unplonstmt Expcrlonoo of nn Emlosnry to Hawaii. Ilo Ctiulil Not lint KnnM Iib mill I.lvo l'llll t'Oll'ltU'llll,V 1'iilltol to At'COIIipllHll Ills Mlkulull. During ft recent conversation a well known Kew Yorker related n story which explains why Franco was not able to carry out ti desired negotiation with the lato King; Kulakaua, says tho Chicago Post: "There Is nothing especially startling in tho Hawaiian islands," ho began, "but I will relate a bit of history and give you a government secret. A year ago now tho Trench government sent Paul Leroq, a young Parisian In tho diplomatic service, to make a certain negotiation with King Kalakaua. Tho young fellow was bright, entertaining and made a good impression in tho for eign land. Ho had general preliminary talks with tho king which were quite satisfactory, and the business was to bo definitely settled at a dinner given by tho king. M. L...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 10 October 1891

The Arizona Republican. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY DAILY PAPER IN THE TERRITORY. The Only Paper Between Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes all of the News in Full. VOX.. IV. 3PHCE3STIX, SA-TURDA-Y MOKISrilSrG, OCTOBER 10, 1891. 3STo. 25; MILLIONS IN IT. A CALIFOKNIAN INVENTS A MOST WONDERFUL TELEPHONE. A Protege of Lucky llaldtiln, the For tunate Person Patent Taken Out In llotH Ihn Old ami New Work Tho Contrivance Described. Associated Fresi Dispatches. I New York, Oct. 9. "Lucky" Bald win has gono to New York on a mission which is certain to bring him wider fame than ho now enjoys. His compaion is James A. Christy, for an averngo life a hardy miner, and now, at tho ago of 71, the inventor of a telephone which he de clares is bound absolutely todisplacoall now in existence. Mr. Christy tins for sixteen years given constant attention to tho study of sound. For thirty-six months lie lias beeu developing his 'idea of a telephone, and now has an instru me...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 10 October 1891

Bffwaas jmmm?&xwm?mKi MMMMMMMMMHMMMIMIH v ' vr'Fff?'il'llH, " "Wr ' "" " THE .A.mzON'.A EJ3?tJBXiIO-A.3ST : 8ATUBDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1891. THE ARIZONA RH'UBUM IS3UHU EVERY DAY (EXCEPT MONDAY) T. J. WoLFLEY, Editor and Manager. Eutervd nt tlio noktottlco at l'hiunlx, ArltoiiA, as mall matter ol tho second class, HATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. DallTi per week, by carrier .25 Dally, per month, by carrier 1.U0 Dally, per month, by mall .. .. 1.00 Dally, three months, by mall ... . 2.50 Dally, six months, by null .... ... 8.00 Dally, ono year, by mall . 10.UI Weekly, per month - Weekly, per quarter ... .. .75 Weekly, icr six months . ... 1.50 Weekly, per ye tr .. .... 2.50 Advertising rates made known on application. NOTICE TO WU8INE33 MEN Thk Republic in will not be responsible for any bills unless contracted on a written order ot the management. T. J. WOLFLEY, Manager. AGENCIES. Tiik Rxt-UBLiciN can be found on sale at tho following placdi Tucson . J. 8. Mansfield IxhAnoklks ,. . . Edwards &a...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 10 October 1891

THE A.RlZOJS) KMVJKLIUN : SA'rtJItDAY. OCTOJAWK 10, 1891. THE ARIZONA RRPUBUCAN. Thk RirDBUCAN hu double the circulation efsny other dally newspaper in Arltona, and li ibe only one taking lull press dispatches. Ail Contracts and bills (or advertising pay bio monthly. ricriRKin Local 10 cents per lino first In (ertlon and 5 cents per line each subsequent Insertion. Tin ItirUBMCAN Is pleased to contribute In public matters, but all notices ol festivals, fairs, meetings ol societies, suppers, entertainments ,nJ mention of marriages, births and deatns beyond the regular announcement will be ebsrttd for at regular rates A DEVOTED MAID. She llesented Any Ileflectlon on Iier "Missus.? Teoplo who strive to elevate certain classes in tlio social fabric, often find, to their surprise, that thu&a very per sons Jealously guard tho barriers of class distinctions. Tho following Illus tration of that fact U given bv tho author of "Four Years In Ro'.,. ?ao ItaU." A Richmond lady had a maid who ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 10 October 1891

: t xZ V TMJi .A.K1ZOJST.A. .RE PUBLICAN: SATUEDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1891. THE BRIGHT SIDE. I( you should look nt tho tirlglit side, And I shouM look nt tlioilnrk, Tho' you wcro as poor ns nllttUuhurrli mouse, And I owntxl n horse and rnrrltiRo niul house. You'd lo richer than I, (or mark: You'll lo happy with slmplo pleasures, Wbilo I win counting my woos, Moody and our and all forlorn. Illlnd to lcauty and finding n thorn, j Whero you w cro finding a rose ' Thero'd bo nover a pleam of sunshlno llut you would enjoy Its light, Whllo I should watch with nn anxious gnzo Kor clouds to rlso on tho clearest days, In a sky serc.no aud bright. Vhcn troubled by cares and vexations That fall to tho happlcs) lot, I'd frown and fret, but you would begullo Tho weary hours with n cheorful smile, Till trials wcro all forgot. Yes, If you had not a possession. And I had tho wealth of a king, You'd bo richer than I with jour ble-tsed sight. That could always behold tho sido that Is bright No matter what ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 11 October 1891

Ihe Arizona Republican. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY DAILY PAPER IN THE TERRITORY. Tho Only Paper Between Galveston, Toxas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes all of the News in Full. VOL. TV. ihcenxx, scnsrx)Y MonisriisrG, October 11, isoi. No. 26. BIOTS IN CHINA. A I'll A NT 10 11 U HA I) K AGAINST ALL niKHKi.NKIW. Clilun Is Ahoutto Get Herself In Trnulilo. a OrRiiiiUnl .Mull Destroys All Prop erty Owned hy Foreigners Tho Oooiimcut AVllt lie Held llespi nsililo Associated PrebS DliPulrriuM .shaoiiai, Sept. 12. The North Chiun Daily Nows says editorially: "There aro points about the Ichang riot of serious importance. It was in no sens- the work ol a mob. Thoro was indeed a pretext in tho shapo of a child said to have been kidnapped on the day of tho riot, but this was evid ently merely a Biibterfugo in order to givo a shadow of excuse for tho out break. Tho evidences that tho riot was directed and canicd out by sol diers aro only too numerous. The Chinese brigadier gener...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 11 October 1891

m atf """ T,r''W -fppwr""! THE .ilZ03ST-L l:lJ3Jl-T7BI,IO.N : STJJSTDA.Y, OCTOBER II, 1891. C THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. IASUKD KVKRY DAY (EXCEPT MONDAY) T. J. Wolfley, Editor and Manager. Kutervd nl tlio lMMtolllco nl l'litunix, Arlsona, as mall maltcr ot tlio second class, KATKS OK HUHsCRll'TlON. DalWi per week, by carrier i ."3 Dully, per mouth, by carder 1.W Dully, per month, by mall , . . l.W Dally, three months, by mall . . . '.'.ft) Dally, alx months, by mall 5l Dally, one year, by mall 1U.W wee iciy, per montn Weekly, per quarter .75 Weekly, per ix months . .... 1.50 Wtaklv. nertair . ... .. .. 8 flO Advertising rates inado known ou application. .JOTICJJ TO 11UHINK-M MKN Tilt ItkTUBLICAN Will MJt bt) responsible for any bllli unlun contracted on a written order ol llio management. T. J. WOLFLKY, Manager. AUKN'ClKd. The Republican can be found on sale at the following places . ., , , Tucson J. 8 Mansfield LosANORLKS .. Kdwards A McKnight Sam Francisco Palace News Stand Ban Dieoo...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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