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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 12 July 1890

'J4 IV THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX. SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 12, 1890.' THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. iiv THf REI'UiUCAX I'lillLlSHlXG COMPANY lt KKTIS1NO KATKH. 2a 3 So X o "'"S.'JSi1.'.. 1 " IJ.00.J3.00 .Ml S.Ril i I " I . ' I " I i 'i ! tl I ' .. . I 1 i I 'Jl a. II .IHI ., 3 00 7 50 3 50 10 IX) m J 1 ' 3) 3J5 " -, i no :i ii a so a 73 , 1 w ! VI I 001 4.50 4 75 . i in i u i '' 5 w a so 4 0OIU.50 5.00,13 00 fi U) 17 50 (1.50 'JO Ul 7 W'JJ.OO i.fiOi'Jt 00 8 50 JO. 00 'J.OOi'JS (X) a 5o .so.oo 10 50 32.00 11 00 ,31 (X) lj.00 3fi.00 . ( l'l 5 W 5 50 f 00 , I jl -i ml 5 501 6.00 CM , v i W " '"' W "' W " 00 i . a I. Jl 7 00 7 50 8.00 ,, , -, i, VI 7 i"j S 00 8 50 t, 7 10 7 "V 8.50 'J 00 t,i - (XI S (XI 9 001 'J 50 10.00 -.is V) II VlilO.OO 10 50 ' I 1 I I I I I I , mm 'I HI 10 (X) 11 IXIU.50 l 10 0) 11 Willi 00jl-'.50 . .1 ikl 1(1 VI 1.' 00 13 IW'W.SO n oo 38.00 14.00 40 00 l vl 11 (XI 11 M 13 flOiU 50 I5.WV4J.O0 a 10 00 1 J 00 1 50 IS.UO.IG 00 17 00 41.00 i 11 0 U 00 15 00 lCOO'l OOlH.O...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 12 July 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FHCENIX. SATURDAY MORNING JULY 12. 1S90. & s & v it 1.5, & i i, ! J. f tT LOCAL BREVITIES. Travel on tho Prescott stages Is very good at present. Tlio directors of tho Fair Association meet this evening. Dr. Chandler lias returned from a trip to his Mesa ranch property. Goldberg's new show windows are quite an addition to tho store. M. W. Kales left by yesterday's train for his homo in Oakland, Cal. Mrs. M. II. Sherman and family left yesterday on a trip to California. John S. Armstrong returned yester day to Tempo from a visit to his old Vir ginia home. . II. II. Wharton returned from Denver by yesterday's train, and is registered at the Mills House. Tho Knights of Pythias have jost oned their installation of officers until next Tuesday evening. Tho family of E. J. Edwanls lcavo for California this morning. They will re turn in about two months. Mrs. It. W. Pearson and daughter ex pect to leave this morning for Los Angeles, where thev will Join t...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 13 July 1890

1 ;wrtrttsK . t The Arizona Republican. Tho Only Paper Between Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatches of the Associated Press. VOL. 1. PHOENIX. SUNDAY MOKNINO. JULY 13. 1890. NO. 56 TIIK DAY IN CONGRESS Silver Conference Hill the House. Passed by TIIK siurriMi hills PASS. In tin- Senate Shipping Mounty anil Mull Subsidies lHUi Cause a Lively Debate The Tariff lllll Again. Hj (lie .Wsoclated press. Wamiisuton, July 12. Tho senate re sumed consideration of tho two shipping bill aiut was addressed by -Mr. Vest. Mr. Vest said he would like tho Sen ator from .Maine (Mr. Fryo) to explain him it was that there wan n time when the I'nited States, without n dollar of subsidy, and when the eountry was un developed and just emerged from tho ivlunial condition, had grappled with (ireat Britain and came near wrest- lllg from her the control ot tlie ceiin carrying trade. He quoted from ii speech of Daniel Webster to the ellect that the success of the Ame...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 13 July 1890

& TI-IE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. PHCENIX, STJJNttAY MORNING JULY 13, 1S90. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. -1IV THE REPUBLICAN PIIBLISBISG COMPANY. Published Every Day in the Year. THE ONLY REPIBLIC.W PAPER IN PIKEMX. ItATKS OK NllllSl'ltllTIOS. ? i.oo l.u) ) Dully, jut week, by carrier Dally, per month, by currier Dully, per mouth, ly mull Ilullv. Him-miiith. bv mall Dully, six months, by mall MO Dull)-, one your, by mull HUM Weekly, per month j-.' Weekly, perciuartor . Weekly, ikt six months ' Weekly, per year 2-' Entered at the postolllce as mutter of the second class. the agreement allowed Rater 'a dram in tho morning and a drink of grog at din ner and at noon.' Thon "Washington promised to givu Hater 'ifl at Christmas with which to Iw drunk four days and four nightn;"$2at Kaster to effect tho name purpose,' and '$12 at Whitsuntide, to be drunk two days.' " A recently discovered diary of "tho father of his country" shows that lie not only "played nt cards," hut that he played pretty stil...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 13 July 1890

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Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 13 July 1890

MRP1" THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENIX, SUNDAY MORNING-. JULY 13. 1890. -., ! COL. MASTEN'S POSITION. HE MAKES SOME INQUIItlKS KEL ATIVE TO HIS SCHEME. Incidentally He llcu' the Entire llnll roail Quentlnii In Hie Valley. Including the Sulwlily Hinl Ilia Krleml, the Clnrette To Tin: Kki'uiimimn; Your very cour teous reference to tho proposed notion of tho iMnricopn ami l'luenix road, in your article of yesterday morning, in strong contrast to tho snarl of the Gazette which you quote, merits attention. You nuggest that the Maricopa and Pliuinixroad should make a delinitc proposition in connection with its an nouncement of tho other day. If you will kindly point out tho body to whom such n proposition can bo m'ado, which has power to accept or reject, I will be obliged, and it will 1x3 made. lias tho Hoard of Supervisors, to whom tho Herald suggests wo Miould apply, any such jHiwer? No. What body has? The Legislature? Hut the members of tho Legislature are not yet even elected. Still, ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 14 July 1890

I BgSlVMiSfSS X juuunniwnW' umw; yRftaSHMk ' The Arizona Republican The Only Papor Botwoon Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatches of the Associated Press. s. VOX.. I. PHCEISTIX. MONDAY MORNING. JULY 14. 1890. NO. 57 R CYCLONES II. A ir; Of am, DOWN TO ElfflTi IN BOATS. Aii Awful Storm Overtakes Pleasure-seekers. MINNESOTA'S DESOIATE LAKES. Scattered Sturm Cloud Gather Into a Death-Dealing and Property-Destroy-lii(t t'jrrloii", Sweeping (Ivpr the Lakes In the Neighborhood of Ht. l'uul mid llrlnglng Morrow to '.Many a Home, Cheerful anil llapiiy on Humluy Morning, Now Deep In Sorrow (tier Their Dead. A great disaster lias fallen on Minne sota. A tomtit' cyi'lont' swept over u chain of its beautiful mid popular lakes, yesterdiy, when tliuy are mostly re sorted to, with sad results. Hundreds were killed and the loss of property will rend i millions measured in dollars. Alongside the awful losi of life, the property loss is not measured, nye lit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 14 July 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN.. TI-ICENIX. MONDAY MORNING JULY 14, 1600. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. -IIY- THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. Published Every Day in the Year. THE ONLY KEMIlim PAPER 1 I'HlEMV. IIATFb OK hlUlSl'itllTHIK. Dully, per week, hy carrier t .2 Dully, per month, 1 carrier 1 ixi Dally, ht month, liy mall 1 HO Dull), three months, hy nnill 2 VI Hiilly, six nmnth, by mall Mil Daily, ono ear, by mall 10 on Weekly, per month. ."" Weekly, r imiirtvr .7.1 Weekly, per six months 1 VI Weekl), jut jenr -Vi Entered ut the losnlllio as matter of the second clas Aiitit mk.nts, not bulldozing, svvuy the public mind. By and by, when they hae n little more practice, the Beehives will learn to play ball, may be. Lvtkh advices from Tin Cup, Colo rado, do not indicate that the llrst re ports concerning the t'old strike there were exaggerated. A' new Iwnana appeals to have been struck. Thk lieekeepeis of Maricop.t County do well to place their honey on the Kaitern market through nn agency ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 14 July 1890

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Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 14 July 1890

p ' t. V- " TI-LE ARIZONA REPUBLTOAN, PHCENIX, MONDAY MORNING. JtTiLY 14. 1B90. LOCAL BREVITIES. GEO. W. COBLE. a. B. PERKINS. After many delays the water suit comes up (or trial today. As soon aa cool weather sets in, build ing will recommence in this city with vigor. The water main on Center street burst last evening and Hooded quite an extent of street. Tho Convocation of Aiizona Chapter, R. A. M., iH Mispciided until the stated meeting in Sejitemlwr, unless special hotilinition is given. Yesterday was generally noted as bo" ing the quietest day of tho season. A Puritanical Sabliath calm seemed to have settled upon the town. Huir's thresher is working on Har lK)rtH section, north of tho city. The threshers will not complete their labors in this valley for over a month yet. School District, No. 1, will today sell at public auction all real property in the District upon which school taxes are due and unpaid. Clerk Sweeney will officiate as auctioneer. Clouds of smoke from the surro...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 15 July 1890

The Arizona Republican. The Only Paper Between Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatches of the Associated Press. IPHCETSTIX. TUESDAY MOBNINa JULY 15, 1890. NO. 58 VOI 1. A Review of Awful Work. Sim m PEHX GIVING UP IIS DEAD. Sixty-eight Dead Bodies Al ready Recovered. FEARED IT WILL MOUNT HIGHER. Graphic Report of the Great Dlter That Hefcll ! People of Mlnne.ota on siiiuuy-r",,c ,,f ,he Sur" ,lor -Splendid Serlce Rendered by the Militia-Gathering anil Identifying thf Dead-Strong Feeling llelng Oe , eloped Again! '" Hlln of Ihe Steamer Seawlng. Minnkai-ous, July 14. This morning a special train tere a correspondent of the Associated Press from St. Paul to the scene of the terrible cyclone. The whole scene of destruction lay spread i..r... ii.o vii liini the shore at the point where the storm crossed the lake stood the houses of Schurmier and Good. They were utterly demolished. All the trees in the neighterhood were torn, twisted, stripped of ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 15 July 1890

Vj, THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. PHOENIX. ' TUSEDAY MOIINING JULY 15, 3890. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. the REniBuaiK PUBUsiiiso compani. Published Every Day in the Year. THE ONLY KEN'KLim PAPER IN PHIEM. HATES OK HUIISCKIITIO.N. Dally, per week, by carrier .2J Dally, per month, by carrier l.uu Dally, per month, by inull l.tM Dally, three mouths, by mall -.'0 Dally, six month, by mall MX Dally, ono year, by mall 10.u Weekly, per month ."" Weekly, ier uuarter "Jl Weekly, iht ui months 1.50 Weekly, per year 2.M Entered at the postotllco as matter of the KlfOllll ClttSS. Don't bulldoze, journalistically. Bar silver was yesterday quoted at 1.0S. An abusive advocato makes friends for the other side. Tiik fee system should lie abolished by the next legislature. No miction of the. country can boast of more delightful nights. Thk organ of the land grabbers and subsidy schemers is kept busy these davs. Major Powki.l is not Hying as high its he did. Senator Stewart clipped his wings. Austria is again ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 15 July 1890

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Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 15 July 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FHCENIX. TUESDAY E&ORNING. JULY 15. 1890. LOCAL - JBKEYITIES. GEO. W. COBLE. G. B. PERKINS. One drunk was added to Jailer Liney 'i list last night. The militia company will hold a meet ing this evening. Tlio flour mill has closed down tor a week, after several months of steady work. Clouds in the eastern horizon indicate heavy rains about Tonto. Wet weather will soon be here. The dog ixrisoncr is again at work. Several valuable canines have died during the last few days. Dao Italsz has contiactcd to deliver at the Colorado ltivcr Indian Agency, August 1, 100 head of fat beeves. Dave Hardcnburg has purchased of 1). S. Hal a band of llfty mares. The an uiinals will lc placed on the "Square-and-Compa'." uuige near Heno moun tain. The Phtcnix base ball club held a meeting last eening. Tho secretary was instructed to inform the Tucson club that Pha-nix was ready to do battle at nny time. The city authorities aro at work upon the North-ide Center street ditch, ...

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 July 1890

ii.-"-.".S The Arizona Republican. Tho Only Papor Between Galveston, Texas, and Los Angoles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatches of the Associated Press. VOL.. I. PHOENIX. WEDNESDAY MORNING-. .TULY 1G, 1890. NO. 59 LABORS OF CONGRESS .Sherman Offers a Now Itniikiiiir Law. National MtKY CIVIL APPHOPIUATION. IVndon Atl'alrs, ltli Especial Itcference to Commissioner ltauiu, full) Discussed In the Hollar of Representatives. W shinoton, July 15. In the Semite Mr. Sherman reiortel a substitute for the bill introduced by bini on May 10 to reduce the amount of United States hind to Ihi required of national banks and to restore to the chunnels of trade the excessive accumulation of money in the treasury. Placed on calendar. It pro m.Uw that the compulsory requirement nf the deposit of L'nited States lionds with tho treasury of the United States b national banks to lie limited in amount to $1,000 of the lwnds for each bank provided that the voluntary with drawal of the bonds for th...

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 July 1890

TI-IE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PITCEIVIX, WEDNESDAY MORNING .TTJIiT 1G, 1600. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. -BY- ME REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANT. I'tihlished Everv Dav in the Year. THE OSLY- REPUBLICAN PAPER IN PIKEMX. HATCH OK MIIIKCIIIITION. Dally, crweck, by carrier J .SS Dully, vht lnontli, liy currier l.mi Dally, per mouth, by iimll .... 1.00 Daily, three mnntlii, by until 2..V) Daily, six months, by mall O.IM itu .: iiany, diio year, ny man Weekly, per month. Weekly, ier iiuiirter Weekly, per six months Weekly, ier year Entered at Ibe wstofllce second class. . . l.rm 2..V1 as matter of the A HUuoKsriox to tlie' 'ring" bunjj the mouth of your organ. Nearly nil of us aro willing to give the cold-shoulder to this weather. The heated contest over the railroad iroH.itiou it) being liberally iced. ISak sii.VK.it was quoted at 10i)ig yes terday. Tlie white metal is looking up. Isn't it ulmut tiino tor the. Hoard of County Supervisors to ndvertise for bids for printing the Great Kegister? Wiikn...

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 July 1890

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Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 16 July 1890

' THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX. WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 10. 1890. LOCAL BREVITIES. The Home case is set for today in the District Court. The "Alfalfa Iiiijn" talk of changing their name to the ''IXL" club. A largo force of lalorers aro nt work upon the Center street drainage ditch. Frank Nicholson is so far recovered from the effects of his accident as to bo ablo to sit up. Mr. and Mrs. David Kilo mourn tho loss of their infant daughter. The funeral took place yesterday afternoon from tho Baptist church. Sherman & Bowers, who are now woiking the Tip Top mine, hao sent to Pluunix for shipment to hi Paso, 27,000 pounds of rich siler ore. The l'hd'iilx Street Uujhwiy Company is preparing to erect on the lot opposite M. H. Sherman's residence, in Collins' addition, a brick car house. "Ilabe" and John Dunn, two well known rounder, occupy their customary places in the city prfson, in default of $10 tine, imposed on each yesterday by Recorder Schwartz. The Board of Equalization has ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 17 July 1890

f 'jbmw r.n,.w The Arizona Republican. Tho Only Paper Between Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatohes of the Associated Press. VOl- PIIOENTIX. THURSDAY MORNING-. JULY 17, 1890. NO. CO THE DAY IN CONGRESS The Senate Discusses Imitation, Ariil Lund sroo.NKi: says it is a fraud. The House Has n Monkey-and-Farrot Time with It Absentee anil Adjourn from Hay to Day. Washington, July 10, Tho Senate held an executive session for the pur pose of considering the continuation of live appraisers of merchandise recently nominated by the president. Tho live general appraisers whose nominations wore confirmed are Charles II. Hall, Illinois; James A. Jewell, New York; George II. Sharpc, New York; George C. Tichenor, District of Columbia; Joseph 11. Wilkinson, Louisiana. The president sent to the Senate the name of Allured B. Nottleton, ot Minne sota, to lie assistant secretary of the treasury. The Senate then resumed considera tion of the sundry civil appro...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 17 July 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PIICENIX, THURSDAY MORNING JULY 17, lfiOO. THE ARIZONA REPIMCAN. rilE llMiBLICAS I'IMISIIISti COMl'ASV. l'ublMied Kverv Day in the Yenr. THE OMY REPIBL1CW PAPER l PH(EM. ItATP.S OP SIUIKCU1ITION. Dally, per week, by carrier Dally, per inoutli, by currier Dall), per month, by mail . Dully, three months, by mull Dally, six mouths, by mail Ditllv, one year, b mull .2S 1.U0 l.Ml ISO MM lll.IKi .!i"i ,7S l.V) vvcvwiy. iter mouui Weekly, per miarler Wtekl, larslx inon III!. ntki), i'r vear 'J.M tlu Entered ut tlio nostoillee as mutter of second class THE KAILROAI) PROPOSITION. The etlbrt of the subsidized pres9 to make it appear that The Uepublicas is opposed to a new railroad is puerile and childish. The Repithi.ican is the only paper that takes advantage of the ex isting transportation facilities and reaches out with it? circulation. We want more railroads. Wo mint them just where they ought to ho if we mn get them and if not, then wherever wo can get them. Tho s...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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