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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 24 May 1890

Arizona Republican VOTj. I. PHOENIX, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 24-, 1890. NO, 6 The THE DAY IN Senator Stanford Discusses His Loan Bill. An Able and Convincing Argument. Tlio House Still Strnr;liii; With the JJiver and Harbor Kill Scheme to Build up Chicago. Wa&iiinoton, I). C, May 2;). In the Sonnte to-day the tariff bill was receiv ed and referred to the committee on finance. Consideration of tho Naval Appropria tion bill was resumed and continued until 2 o'clock, when the silver bill was taken up. The naval 111 went over. This, however, in a few minutes was laid aside to allow Senator Stanford to address the Senate on his bill providing fur loans by the Government on agricul tural loans, lie said: "Wo can all well understand tho great advantages to the people at this time of the loan made to tho National banks by tho Govern ment of IK) per cent tion its own se curities. One hundred thousand dol lars of Government bonds at -I per cent, only produce $1000, which, when its value bec...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 24 May 1890

a S g im ufiKM artHKM I lllllj. !! I I iTIll i THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 24-, 1890. i oc I: IE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. -BY- THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. Fublished Every Day in tho Year. KATKS OK 8UIISCIU1TI0.S. Dally, per week, by carrier Dally, ier mouth, by currier Dully, per mouth, by mall Dally, three month, by mall Dally, six months, by mall Dally, ouo year, by mall Weekly, Jncr month. Weekly, ier ouarter Weekly, per six months , WLlc- iur viiir t .25 100 1.00 2.50 SIX) 10 00 .25 .75 l.ro 2.r0 Entered at the postofflco as matter o( the lucoiul claw. Kvkiiy material interest of Arizona is with tho Protection partv of tho coun try. On to Alaska is the watch-word of the Canadians now. It will bo a jolly trip by rail. No man should be accorded the right of suffrage until ho is a citizen ; a man holding only llrst papers is not a citizen. The Zulick hold-overs do not seem to have much standing in Court. Most of their alleged law is effective only on th...

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 May 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, SATURDAY MORNING-, MAY 24, 1890. RENEGADES HOTELS. na5B Lieutenant Watson Talks About Them. The Number Who are Still tit Large. No Truth in the Last Report of Ono of Them Ueiiiff Killed Story of the Murder. Three or four of the Apacho renegades . are still at large. "It has been reported recently that another of the Apache murderers of Sheriff Reynolds and Deputy Sheriff Holmes had been killed in Mexico,"said Lieutenant Watson, of San Carlos, to a reporter of The Republican last night. Lieutenant "Watson was sitting under the awning of tho Hotel Lemon as he apofce, and he settled back more com fortably into his cliair before continu ing. "But I do not believe tho report. There was nothing to verify tho report, you see. But if tho report bo true, it leaves only three of tho (lends at large. No," lie went on reflectively, in re sponse to a question, "I can hardly inako an accurate guess as to tho where abouts of the renegades at present. It has been th...

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 May 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHGENTX, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 24, 1890. t . Judge Kibby Expels Some of Hie Holdovers. Asylum Commissioners and Prison Directors Must Go. Defendants Ask for Now Trials, But There is No Stay of Execution Granted. in a his They dio hard, but thoy die. Yesterday morning in tlio Supremo Court tho parties struggling for Terri torial oflices again put on tho gloves, tho holdover Territorial prison commis sioners being represented by Judge Street and Attorney Alexander and the Territory by Attorney-General Churchill. A number of witnesses were introduced on both sides, but it was agreed at last that there should bo a statement of facts on tho part of both. There was no substantial ditferenco as to these statements of facts. It was admitted on tho part of tho de fend that tho nppointeo of Governor AVolfley had been appointed and con firmed by tho legislature, ns Directors of tho Terrrtorial Prison; that Captain Ingalls had been appointed as superin tendent of tho pri...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 25 May 1890

Arizona Republican. VOL. I. PHOENIX, SUNDAY MORNING-, MAY 25, 1890. NO. 7 The l fee. I OUR CABLE LETTER Germany Blocking Eng land in Africa. Want the Little Isle to Stop With Egypt, Reports of More Hitter Feeliiiff Be' twocn Prince Bismarck ami the Emperor. (Copyrighted by the New York Associated Press.) Reulin, May 24. Negotiations with England concerning the territory in Africa have been abruptly suspended by the British Ambassador under orders from Lord Salisbury, and tho Am bassador intimates that they will bo resumed only on tho basis of a recognition by Ger many of English rights on tho west coast of lake Tanganyika and tho Territories north of Tanganyika, including Uganda. This abrupt action, which tho foreign oflico attributes to public clamor in England, has brought out an energetic protest from Chancellor Caprivi, which is undoubtedly inspired by the Emperor Tho Surth Herman Gazette intimates that Germany will uphold the contin uance of the English occupation of Egypt if G...

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 May 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, SUNDAY MORNING-, MAY 25, 1890. i 1 . 5 a . i THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. THE REIUBIICAX PUBLISIIM COMMIT. rublishctl Every Day in tho Year. MATES OP hUIISCKHTION. Dally, per week, by carrier J .25 Dally, per month, by carrier 1.00 Dully, per month, by mall 1.00 Dally, three months, by mall 2.S0 Dally, six months, by mall S 00 Dally, onojear, by mall .10.00 Weekly, Jpcr month. 2S Weekly, per quarter 75 Weekly, per six months l.W) Weekly, per) ear 2.50 Entered at the postofllco as matter of the tcconil class. Yemtgkday waa Ztilick hold-overs. moving day for tho England doesn't eein to rush into Stanley's arms. Hus Stanley made a mistake in breaking with Germany? Every treo and every blado of grass planted and raised in Phcunix is actual wealth to the community. A Pacific Mail steamer has boon struck by lightning while at sea. Is this prophetic of the deal in tho company's stock? And tho iutauo asylum commissioners wero not out of money at all. There must h...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 25 May 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBtiroANPHCENIX SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 25, 1890. Sensational Trial in the District Court. What Was Seen by a Tempe Butcher. Were Harry Bernard and Sylveria Zunica Married? "I Am Only Her Sister." Harry Bernard seems to havo been well, indiscreet in the presence of his butcher. The District Court room was crowded yesterday at the trial of Harry Bernard and Sylveria Zunica for unlawful cohab itation, the case being called immedi ately upon tho submission without argu ment of tho asylum cases. By far the greater portion of tho day was consumed in getting a jury, and after tho panel had been exhausted and n new ono called for Messrs. 11. Her man, W. 11. Pierce, Georgo Wilder, A. K. Hitchcock, C. Ryan, Georgo Beards ley J. L. Ward, D. Kilo, Georgo Aiken, M. Block, R. M. Bond and R. Coble were finally secured to try the cases. John Agard tho first witness called for tho prosecution said that he was famil iar with tho City of Paris store. There was only ono room besides tho sto...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 25 May 1890

ySSSlwSSSi5?7 Ett4 f.it IM't l?t t THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENIX, SUNDAY MORNING-, MAY 25, 1890. J ' " ACT TH FIRST. The Holdovers Surrender (he Asylum. Yuma Prison to be Turned Over on Monday. discs Atfiilust Tit us anil Alcxnnder- A Clerk Without a Commission disc of Meadow. In the District Court .yesterday the cases of the Territory against Secretary Alexander of tho.ulick Board of Asylum Commissioners, and of Dr Titus, super intendent of the Insane Asylum, were heard before Judgo Kibby. The people are already sufficiently familiar with these actions, the cases made being substantially the name as thoee on behalf of Behan and Stein, superintendent and secretary respec tively of the Territorial prison. Tho principal reason now alleged for the holding over by the JCulick appointees is that they desire to draw their salaries for the year that each has served since his sueccMor was apxintcd, and the point is made on their behalf that when they were appointed to their respective pos...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 26 May 1890

Arizona Republican. 1 HR VOL. I. PI-ICENIX, MONDAY MORNING-, MAY 26, 1890. NO. 8 I.'. Anialffiunation of All Rail road Employees. The Greatest Confederation Ever Organized. Proceedings of a Monster Meeting at Indianapolis, Yesterday, of Highest Significance. Indianapolis, Ind., May 25. Ono of tlic most notable meetings tho railway companies ever held in this city con vened this afternoon. For some time past the question of federating the vari ous orders of tho railway service has been agitated, and today's meeting looked to tho accomplishment of that object. Fully five hundred delegates were pro-sent from Illiiiois,Ohio,rCentuekynnd Michigan, representing the following orders: Brotherhood of Locomotive F.ngineeers, llrotherhood of Locomotive Fireman, Order of Conductors, Switch man Mutual Aid Association and Brother hood railroad trainmen. Tho meeting was called to order by Win. Hugo, of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. Colonel J. B. Maynard, of this city, addressed tho meet...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 26 May 1890

I -F THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FHCENJX. MONDAY MORNING-, MAY 26. 1890. f it f I " THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. -HY- THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. Published Every Day in tho Year. IIATKH OK MUHSCWITIO.N. Dally, perweelc, bycarrler .25 Dully, jer niontli, by carrier l.iw Dally, iwr montli, by mull 1.00 Dally, tlireo months by mall 2.50 Dally, nit months, by mall 6.00 Dally, ono year, by mall . 10.00 Weekly, Iixt month. .24 Weekly, iermiarter 74 Weekly, ikt six month' l.fO Weekly, jer year 2.40 Kntered at the postofllee as matter of the second elas. That wheel of fortune should not bo tolerated on the street. The Reitiimcan comes to you every tiny nnd you'll lenrno look for it. The Windom silver bill is a misnomer. It is a gold-bug bill. Let us have free coinage. No matter how much it may cost, it will pay to sprinkle the streets system atically and thoroughly. Thk entertainment in the opera house tomorrow night i in a worthy cause and the house should be crowded, Thk churches of l'luuni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 26 May 1890

THE ARIZONA- REPUJB3L.IOAN, -FHCEXz-MONDAY MORNING, MAY 26, 1890. Religious Services in Phoe nix Yesterday. Lessons from the Story of Cain and Abel. Dr. Richardson's Text Dr. Pearson's Discourse in Drief Doings at Other Churches. There wero most interesting services held in all tho Phcenix churches yester day savo tho Catholic, Father Jouven can preaching at Tempe in tho morning. The usual evening services were held here, however. Tho pulpit of tho AVnshington-street Methodist church was filled by Kev. Dr. Downs of Tempe, and in the Episcopal church elaborate services were given in honor of Whit-Sunday, tho musical pro gramme at tho evening servico being especially tine. The Baptist pulpit was filled as usual by Kev. Mr. Rickerson. HAVK FAITH. Bummary of the DUcoiirea of Ilev. F. II. ItlcUr mon Yeaterdny. "By faith Abel offered unto God a more excellent saerifico than Cain, by which he obtained witness that ho was righteous, God testifying of his gifts; and by it he, being dead, yet...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 26 May 1890

U?!PcHncBC!!!r!rfwf n THE AHIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENJX; MONDAY MOKNIN&, MAY 26, 1890. it-v.:' MRV WC'.y. m-.- ft.. . 1 .-. - Vfk' bh BI :; f- M: E?.' r,r- ! I i.-, fc 1" ?l IL31 The City Marshal Wants Additional Help. What Are the Needs of the City? Mr. lHunkenslilii Has Too Much Work for Ills Present Force To Ask the Council for Help. Pluenix needs ii larger jxriice force. Thnt is the opiniogkOf City Mnrshnl Blankenship upon the question, and the city marshal is in a position to know. Under the present arrangement, Mar shal Blankenship has but one assistant, nd that one is on duty at night. It is a practical impossibility for one man to thoroughly police so largo n town as fhicnix, and tho result is that, in order to do tho work effectually, tho city mar shal must le up during the greater part of the night nnd on duty also in tho day time. Resides his work of policing tho city, tho marshal is also asses.ior and tax collector, license collector, pound master, street commissioner ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 27 May 1890

V-. The Arizona Republican VOL, PJ-IOGNTX, TUESDAY MOrcrSTHSTG, MAY 27, 1890. STO. 9 CONGRESS AT WORK Flic Naval Appropriation Bill Passed. A Lively Discussion in the Senate. IHalr floes oil' Wrong1, as Ustinl- Exclmlinpr Salacious Papers From the .Mails In the House. Washington, Miiv 20. In the Senate today the oath of office was administered by Vice-President .Morton to Carlisle as senator from Kentucky. Senator Sherman presented petitions in favor of excluding from the mails the Police Gazette and similar publications. Plumb introduced a bill to provide for the purchase of silver for use as lawful money, the bill having been prepared by Canker. St. John, of New York, deferred to the finance committee, l'lumb offered a resolution instructing the finance com mittee to prepare and report in connec tion ith the tariff bill, a statement showing the duties levied under exist ing law, the duties as they would be under the Houo bill and the duties under the bill to lc reported by the com...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 27 May 1890

KKKKI 1- THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. PI-ICENIX. TUESDAY MORNING-. MAY 27. 1890. 7 if & I ; r t- r it ft ", "b- It i a. K I' W. 5 THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. -IIY- THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. Published Every Day in the Year. RATES OK BUIISCMITIO.N' Dally, per week, by 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, Jier month Weekly, per quarter Weekly, per six months Weekly, per year .2.-. 1.00 l.(X) 'J.W fl.no 10.00 .'2o .75 LW) !i.M Entered nt the. postolllco ns matte second clacs. r of the Tiik death utruggle of tho Zulickites la horrible to behold. Chicago bus occasional evidence that it didn't hang all tho dynamiters In that city while it was about it. More is tho pity. 0. V. Davis, a practical Kansas farmer, has written an article for the Forum, in which ho gives statistics show ing that in five years from 1890 domestic consumption will absorb the entiro pro duct of cerea...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 27 May 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PICElSriX. TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 27, 1890. M. A Visit (o the Territorial Institute Yesterday. The Building Seems to be Fulling to Pieces. What lias Not Keen Dono With That EiiyLt Thousaud Dollar Appro prlatiou Tried to Escape. "Arizona Insano Asylum, J. A. Bacon, inventor." That does not mean that J. A. Bacon invented the Insane Asylum of Arizona. It is merely the legend that appears aboo the patent pate to tho insane asy lum grounds a pate, by tho way, that is not at all in keeping with the fences leading up to it, nor yet with the grounds into w Inch it gives access. A reporter for TiikIIm'uiimcx isited tho Territorial asylum yesterday, in company iith tho members of tho new board of commissioners who went, however, in their iudiidu.tl and not in their official capacity. The last legisla turc, it will be remembered, mado an appropriation for the improvement of tho asylum grounds. Thero are one hun dred and sixty acres belonging to the in stitution immediatel...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 27 May 1890

V THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 27, 1890. i GUILTY JjSJMfiB). Close of (ho Bernard Trial Yesterday. Tho Woman Recommended to the Court's Mercy. Bernard .Tolls His Story on Stand Sylverla Zunieu Was Only His Nurse, the Frank Bernard will know his fate to day. In the District court yesterday inorn iug was resumed the trial of Frank Benard and Sylverla Zunica upon the charge of unlawful cohabitation. Tho ease of the prosecution had not been concluded on Saturday afternoon, and tho first witness put on by tho United States was a Justice) of tho Peace, Tom Sherman. "Witness said that in tho trial of an at tachment caso in his court Bernard had sworn that he was a single man. This closed tho rae on the part of tho prosecution, although another witness, Scan Santa 0.uz,was introduced to testify us to the sort of life defendant Zunica had led in Tucson. This witness, however, was not allowed by the court to testify, the point as to her past life being deemed immateri...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 28 May 1890

The Arizona Republican. u VOX,. I. PHOENIX, WEDNESDAY MOTOSTINGr, MAY 28, 1890. NO. 10 MM Culloiii Wants io You Know. Know, Debates on the Imported Liquor Bill. Kitstis, of Louisiana, Takes a Firm Stand for Federalism Little Done in the House Wasiiinotok, D. C, May 27. In the Senate today Blackburn was excused from further service on the coimnitteo on Territories. Allison presented a re monstrance from citizens of Burlington, Iowa, against the imposition of duties on ores from .Mexico. Cullom offered a resolution calling on the secretary of the treasury for infor mation as to the authority under which merchandise in bond, appraised or un appraiscd, and goods of domestic origin, are permitted to bo forwarded between the Atlantic and Pacific iwrts of the United States over the Canadian Pacific Railroad. Also to report by what author ity merchandise other than the products of contiguous countries are permitted to enter the United States under consular seal and proceed to their destinat...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 28 May 1890

; THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. PHCENIX. AVED1STESDAV MORISTIISTG , MAY 28, 1890. t i ii Tl 1NA -nv- THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. Published Every Day in the Year. ItATKH OK KIMI.SCWITION. Rally, per week, ly carrier .... Dally, jer month, ly currier Dally, oer month, by mull Dally, three months, by mall Dally, six months, by mall Dally, one. year, by mall .' I.!) l.ut 2.M A (HI 10.00 .'Jo .7.1 l.M 50 neekiy, per monm. .. Weekly, jer (matter Weekly, per six months Weekly, ier j ear Entered at the postofllce as matter oj second class. the Tin; census will not help statehood. Plant trees and shrubs iind'beautify lawns. Send The Weekly Republican to your friends East. Tiiekk is u lively demand for real es tate in Piuenix just now. Tiieiie is n revival of the mining in dustry all over tho territory. Fhuit lands are as good as gold, and there is a steady appreciation in their values. CoNTKimiTioNs and suggestions of all sorts are cordially invited by The He publican. The valley needs more...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 28 May 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENTX, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 28. 1890. J Uf Cited (o Appear For Con tempt of Court. He Concludes to Surrender the Position He Usurped. Tom Ilitfrlics Is Now in Possession of the Olliec of Territorial Auditor An Agreed Order Made, Auditor Tom Hughes called upon J. F. Meador to surrender the office tluit he had been convicted of usurping Mon day, and Mr. Meador refused to give up. Subsequently Mr. Meador changed hia mind and surrendered, llo had no de sire to be adjudged guilty of contempt of court. Tho judgment under which Mr. Meador was called upon to surrender was delivered on Monday in tho District Court, and was in language as follows: "Tho Territory of Arizona upon the relation of Clark Churchill, Attorney General, vs. J. F. Meador. "This cause having conio regularly on for trial before tho court, Clark Churchill, Attorney-General, appearing in behalf of plaintiff nnd H.N. Alexan der for defendant, the cause was finally submitted, and upon an agreed st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 28 May 1890

II THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENTX, WEDNESDAY MORNING-, MAY 23, 1890. - - j. Trial of Jellbrson W Begun Yesterday. He Takes the Proceedings Itather Good Nuturedly. Story of tlio Murder of Privnto Floiniiiff Very Uttlo Trouble in Sccuriiifr ii Jury. Jeflerson Wilson is on trial for his life. In tho district court yesterday Jelfer son Wilson and Primus Douglas were called to the bar to plead to the charge of having murdered Private William Fleming nt Fort Apache in November last. Tho story of tho crime of which it is alleged that they are guilty, has already been detailed in tho columns of Tin: 11ki'uiii.ican. Fleming had made himself obnoxious to Sergeant Logan, of the squad to which himself and the prisoners be longed, and I-ognn had endeavored to induce Fleming to desert, promising to give him time to get away. This Fleming refused to do. Instead, he prepared charges against Logan to be submitted to a regimental court-martial, and on the very night before he intended handing in the...

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