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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 6 August 1890

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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 August 1890

THE ARIZONA nEPUBLlOAN, PHCENTX YrEDlSr:ESDA.Y MORNING-. AUGUST 6, 1890. SKBES GKEAT FLOOD lWKTICUI.AItS U' TIIK IllbASTKIl FIIOJI AN KYK WITNKSS. A Mat of TIiknh WIhi SiwtnliiiMt OumiiRe An liiuiiriiHH Torrent of Water Hui-eps 'lliroiicli tlio (lorer. From Mr. liiooks, houns nn eyo wit ness of tho terrihlo cloud hurst which occurred on Monday night at llisbee, the Tomhstono l'rotpector learns tho following particulars of tho disaster; Tho work of destruction and death was fully completed in less than twenty minute after tho first diop of rain foil. Tho storm gathered rapidly and as ,tho rain was soon falling in torrents the people, hastened to the shelter of their homes, little anticipating that they would so soon bo driven out in tho storm homeless. Tho lightning was almost a li id glare and the peals of thunder were deafening; but soon above tho din and crash rose the shrieks of frightened victims, who were obliged to rush from their deluged homes to places of safety further up o...

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 August 1890

&''jig!!!$?r'l 'S JOtZ&mfri iTHE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. The Only Paper Between Galveston, Toxas, and Los Angeles, balifo'rn1a7th"at"Publ!sh,es the Full Dispatches of the Asso4toeffinwJH; H VOL. I. PHOENIX, THURSDAY MOENING, AUGUST 7, 1890. NO. 81 "4 . ; I !l 1 KIM'S DOOM Expiates His Cr me by an Electric S lock. TUG JOB BUNGUNGLY DONE. A Second Holt Hcqiliral To Kill Ihi! Coiiilemiiuil. HE SHOWS UXEX1UTO SERVE The I'lrot Capital Punishment by the New Prnrcs I'mim Anything t Success ful -The Body 1h Literally Boasted Before the People Who Hiul Been Invlleit to the Execution Physicians Claim That Death Win Nevertheless Painless The People nf New- York Kxilttxl ami Denounce Tlmt Mmle nf IntlU'tlui: Capital Punishment. Auiiuiin, N. Y., August 0. William Kciiiinlcr litis paid tlio penalty of the law. lie was judicially executed this morning, soon after C o'clock. The first death penalty by tho use of electricity has been carried into execution. The trial of a new means of taking hum...

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 August 1890

NA REPUBLICAN, PHCENIX. THURSDAY MORNING AUGUST 7. 3890. Ill l. TIIE A irs TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. -1IV- TIIE HErUBLlCAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. Published Every Day in tlio Year. IDE ONLY REFl'BLICM PAPER IS PHIEMI. HATES OK BUHSCUIITION. Dally, per week, by carrier Dally, per month, by carrier . Dally, )cr month, by mall Dally, three months, by mall Dally, sK months, by mall Dally, one year, by mall .. .El . . l.W ... 1.00 ... 2.50 . 5.(10 .. 10.UO Weeklv. nor moil nut Weeklv. ter (iiiarter Weekly, per six montlis 1.50 cckly, per year 2.50 Entered 81 tho postolllce as matter of the second class. Okoanizatio.v wlim tho fight. Titr. schemers scheme in vain. 1'iucKLY iikat sticks closer than a brother. The Kepublicnn Lengtio sliouhl Ik; organized in Arizona. Tiik delicious melon and the exquisi tely flavored peach nre the fool for this sort of weather. The real dtir.elte office isn't tniite as imposing as the fanciful one on Mr. Dyer's picttuo of I'luunix. The one thing that the Ucpnblic...

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 August 1890

V THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PIICETSTIX, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 7, 1890. TIIB ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. -II v- THE RErUBLlCAX PUBLISHING COMPANY ADVKKTISINd KATKS. 33 'A 5 o 7i 1 Iiiehlf J Incliil I Inch 1 4 Im'll 2 f. Inch .' 0 IlK'll 1 1 liioti I Inoa I D Inch I i.i'ol I II In I 12 In " U In " II In l"i III. ui 16 III fl 17 III 6 11 I" 7 19 III 7 20 III 7 i "ji 1 IV 2 2 : 1 IX) I ,1 SO I l 4 50 ft mil VI r 7". n 111 o,n a- i i i (HI a mi 3tW 3 5U1 I IV) t Ml s iu S Vl fi j.5 r. .VI i: 'i" 2 7' :i Jft I IX) I M 5 W) 5,V) ( (X) 7 IX) 7J) It no i 2 001 'J '- SO 'J :i ool :i a mi 3 I 2 2 Ml l ool s oo 7 00 7 Mi S (X) 8 M 'J 00 0 Ml HO 00, 11 00 7 IM 7 7ft 8 IX) 9 IX) ) Mi 1 M 1 1X1 111 INI 10 00 11 00 10 M 12 (X) 11 (Ml.! M l'OOUM 1.1 00115 00 I Mi ft IX) 1 ft m! Ii (X) fi M 7 M S (X)' 8 Mi a m id 10 ( to 11 Mill U.UIIl.' l.i oo u 13 Mill 15 OO'lG ir. 00,17 7"i2lX)10O in I a so, ft m 7ft I 3 00 7 M aft! 3 Mio ui 7ftl I IX) 12.50 751 5 1X1 11 HO Ml Ii UI 17 M hoi m ao oo M 7 00,22 IX) IX) 7 M...

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 August 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENIX THURSDAY MORNING-. AUGUST 7, 1890. -.- v Wl PERSONALS A. G. Urtulstreet is in from tho l'luu nix mine. Chniles Ilnrt returned yesterday from Los Angeles. Gon. M. II. Shcriunn left yesterday for California. Census Supervisor E. S. Clark returned .yesterday to l'rescott. Postmaster Scidmoro, of Tempo, is reported to bo seriously ill. Captain Calderwood has returned from his Yuma copper camp. Judge W. II. Harnes and J. II. Italian leave tliia morning for Yuma. J. K. Glassford leaves this morning on n visit to his old Missouri home. Tom ISrown, Payson, and I.em Simia, Strasiburg, aro registered at tho Mills House. J. M. Emincrt, of Tempo, has been engaged as principal of tho Globe school for tho ensuing term. Marcus Itnron and son, farmers on Tonto creek, near Camp Reno, aro in tho city after supplies. J. M. Gregory and his son Urook leave this morning on a. trip to Uullalo, N. Y. They will be absent several months. II. Steiglitz and Miss Fannio Long were...

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 August 1890

-j isr'7 t'flp'r." 'tyisy1! wg!roT?rtg The Arizona Republican. Tho Only Paper Between Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatohes of the Associated Press. VOIj. I. PHOENIX, FRIDAY MORNING-, AUGUST 8, 1890. NO. 82 if ' Mf WORK OF CONGRESS The Somite Still Busy With the Jfc Kiuley Hill. RIVER AND 1IA150R HILL SET HACK The House Still Considering the General Deficiency Hill Gets .lust About Through With It and Adjourns. Washington, August 7. Tho Sennto resumed consideration of the Tariff hill. Tho Sennto amendment to reilueo tho duty on pig iron to $5 per ton was rejected. Senator Paddock appealed to .Mr. Al drich in tho interest of agriculture, to agree to a reduction of at least one-tenth per cent per pound on struct ural iron. Mr. Aldrich listened to tho appeal. On his motion the rate was re duced to eight per cent per pound. Tho nett paragraph applied to halo iron and steel. Mr. Vest moved to reduce various specific rates in the paragraph, to f...

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 August 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. PHCENIX. FRIDAY MORNING AUGUST 8, 3890. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. -IIY- ME REI'IEICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. Published Kvery Day in the Year. THE OUT REPUBLICAN PAPER IX PHtEMX. UATKS OK NUIIKCKIITION. Dully, per week, bycarrler $ .2 Dully, per month, liy currier l.W Dally, jut month, by mall (w Dally, three inontlii, by mall 2.M Dally, six months, by mall MX) Dally, one year, by mall 11.M Weekly, per month " Weekly, per quarter Weekly, per six months 1.J0 Weekly, per year -"" Entered at the postolllco as matter of the second clas Don't be u clam. Li'.MHKii never was so cheap Ix'fore, Now is the time to build. 1'iiiKNix will give the delegates to the Conventions n hearty welcome. "Tiik butterfly pumps nectar into itself through a tulie." So does the dude. The averago pay of n Ixnidon police man is 1)8 tf cents. Ho lias a right to Iks mean. IIkkiieut Hkow.n kept i string to his retirement from the editorship of tho CiliMii. Tiik law of libel is none too strict, for...

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 August 1890

THE A11IZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENIX, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 8, 1890. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. -nv- THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY ADVERTISING 11ATKS. X go 23. jrvcs -4 -8 a- 1 Ineli l Inch 1 11.75 2.(X).1.00 2.2.1 2.75 3.25 3 75 4.75 5.50 G.00 G.50 7.00 8 00 8.50 9.00 10.00 10.50 11 50 12.50 13.60 14.50 16.00 17 00 2.ao a.au 3.00 7 .50 3.W10.00 1.0012.50 5.00 15.( fl.tt17.M 6 50 20 00 7 00 22.00 7.5021.00 8 50 20.00 9 00 28.00 9.50 30.00 3 Inch I 4 men d Inch 6 Inch ; Inch ,H InchiJ S) ll)Ch3 J, Col. 4 11 in. 4 li In. js U In. 1.1 II In. l'i In. i 16 111.. G 17 III.. G li In.. 7 19 In.. 7 2J In., 7 1 Col. IS 10 M 32 00 11 00 31.00 12.00 M. 00 13.00 38.00 11.0040.00 15.0012.00 uioolnio 18.0015.0 00 00 ooiii oo The HepulillcRii believes In strictly one price lor advertl'lng, and accordingly tt pub. llihes Its rates In full, and exactly a they are. Special portion ads 25 per cent, extra. I'referred Locals 10 cents per line first insertion, and 5 cents ier line euch mibsequent Insertion....

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 August 1890

TILE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENIX FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 8, 1890. 1 1 I LOCAL BREVITIES. One .John Doe, drunk, paid $5 lino be fore the City Recorder yesterday. The Court House corridors Imvo been materially improved by being carpeted with cocoa matting. Ono car of sugar for Tantau & Kellner, mill two cars of way freight were in yes terday's inliounil train. Tlio Kalisher troublo is reported to bo all settled up. Leroy 15. Thoman, attor ney for tho Cliicago creditors leaves this morning for San Diego, Cal. The sultry weather continues, giving promisn of a very wet spell. Tho clouds nppear to exhaust themselves upon the Southern Pat-illc track, however, and but little rain has reached us. A number of l'htenix people, arc await ing at Maricopa a chance to go East. Maricopa is not a cheerful place at tho best, and awaiting tho repairing of washed out track boon Incomes monot onous. A petition has been received by tho County Superintendent of Schools pray ing that live quarter sectio...

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 August 1890

The Arizona Republican. The Only Paper Botweon Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatches of the Associated Press. VOL;. I. PI-IGElSriX, SATUEDAY MOTtNING-, AUG-TJST 9, 1890. NO. 83 lifll MM I A 'flic U Vaudortnll Sys tem Tied lip. LIKE A HOLT Ml 1UK SKY 'P...iiiia l.iift "WllOl'H OrilniSi Ueaclietl the Crews. ONLY ONE TIIMX 1AST NIGHT ler mllo, firemen 2 cents per mile; for all men over time double pay. Mr. Webb announced tlmt tbo fast mail had pulled out of tlio depot at 9 o'clock with four mail ears, but no pnssongcr cars. The Vice-President further announced that no attempt would be made tonight to put out other trains. There are no means to get to Albany or New England tonight, but the opening up of the great avenues of trade would bo liegun tomorrow. WHY TIIK STKIKE WAS OKDEHED. The Story Men OUen Ellects Lockout. of WORK OF The Somite Gets Down Effort. to Ileal CONSIDERABLE BUSINESS DONE The Hoiue Still Huh- on th Deficiency Appropriatio...

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 August 1890

G2 THE ARIZONA RlilPUBLTOAN, PIJCENIX. SATURDAY MORNING AUGUST 9. 1SD0. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN -1IY- THE BEI'UBLIGAN I'UBIJSIIIXG COMPANY. l'ublisln'd Every Day in tho Year. THE ONLY KEITBL1CAX PAPER IX PIKENU HATKH OK MUHSCKIITION. Dally, per week, by carrier I .IS Dally, per montli, liy currier l.W Dally, per month, liy mall 1.00 Dally, three mouths, by mall -.'O Dally, six month', by tnalt 5.00 Dally, ono year, by mall 10.00 Wcoklv. pit month Weekly, K'r imarter 7.1 Weekly, per six months 1.M) Weekly, ier year 2.B0 Entered at tho postolllce as matter of the second elass. Hktwkkx Prohibition nnd (irouth, Kniisa is linving a hnril titno of it. "In Hogg Slgno Vincts" is tho inscrip tion on tiio Democratic banners in Texas tills year. SiNdui.AH as it nmy seem, the Demo crats have carried Alabama, MtsftsjiMppi ami "Kaintnck." A son of Nutwood, Mutineer, has placed himself out of tho 2:20 class, pacing n mile in 2:10 1-0. The record smashing goes bravely forward. Considering the great ...

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 August 1890

TI-IE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN-, PlIOiNIX, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGMJST 9, 1890. Till? AMVAVA MMMMAM u aiiwjuna itui uuuivin, -II V- THE HEI'DBLIMX l'DBLISIIIXd COMl'ANV AHVKKTISIM1 k.ti:s. 23 srit'K ;,-, ; j vS oii o-1 o n g s. Hl sa 1 Inch (Mt IllChfl OOl 1 1 Im'h 1 M 1 7.'.1 IWJ1 2.V1 50 1 Joi I .VII 1 73 1 'J W)i 'J t: 2 im -.i an 75.' 001 00 All 2 so! 5 .VI 7.1 3 00 7 50 ill 3 MHO W 7Si 4 Ul, 12 SO 75 3 (X) 15 (XI Sill fi 00 17 SO 4 InchiJ W 2 2M 2 SOI 2 7.11 3 001 3 s Inch 1 T"i .1 Ml :i ill :i .'ji :i .1 Ml 3 I, Inch 2 SO 3 W .1 SO I 00 I SO 1 luuli I Ul .1 SO I W I SOI S W 5 I noli IV) 1 W 1 SO 5 IX) 5 SO fi ) Inch 1 71 I V) S W S SOI 6 IX) 0 ,i'oi i ix) s uu s soi a wi is soi 7 C S0.20 (XI 7 (XI 22 (X) 7 SO 21 (X) 5JI -V. 1Mb 11 III. I V) S SO fi 2"ii 7 WI 7 SOI 8 12 III 1 W S U III. " so 11 It III. i (X) 7 1 1 III. fi J1 7 10 III. Ifl'Mi 8 1" III. 6 7J 8 IS III. 7 Wi 9 19 III 7 ill 9 20 III. 7 SO 10 1 Col S W'll 7.' l! .')' 7 2'), SIM ft J.V 7 00 7 7'i ft mil 9 SOl 9 00 'AS (X) wi ...

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 August 1890

THIS ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 9. 1890. LOCAL RRHVITIES. Odd Follows meet this evening. Mrs Hurriimui is about to add to her lodging house u second story. KsclniKUi 1ms added two live and vicious tarantulas to his collection of curiosities. Tho Sore-Eyo Club holds a special ineeting this "evening. Work in the second degree. Cattlemen from tho ranges north of Pluenix state that tho cattle are in very good condition. Tho rains havo brought out tho six-weeks and bunch crass and feed for tho fall and winter is assuiod. A Connecticut man writes to Governor Wollley suggesting that the people of the Teiritory meet at tho school houses on Octoler 1 and contribute live cents per capita toward tho erection in Washing ton of a monument to General Grant. Major Evans had an inquiry by tho last mail from Riverside asking ""how many peaches and Muscat grapes and what price could Iks had here." Those who feel like answering should report at his ollico in the Porter buildi...

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 August 1890

The Arizona Republican. Tho Only Paper Botween Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatches of the Assooiated Press. PIICGNTX, SUNDAY MOTUSTING-, AUGUST 10, 1890. NO. 84 VOL. I. WORK OF CONGRESS The Semite Moving1 Towards tailinir Debate. Cur- MR. HOAR OFFERS A RESOLUTION )r, Kiilnc. In tho IIiiiiw. Heroines Indlg- nnnt llccause Doorkeeper Would Not Let lllm Vn-i Itut Arrested lllm, Washington, August it. Iii tho Senate today, Mr. Hoar offered the following resolution, which was referred to the Committee on Rules: Jtiso'ced, That tho Senate Rules be amended by adding tho following : "When any bill or resolution shall have been under consideration for a reason able time it shall bo in order for any Senator to demand that tho Senate de bate thereon be closed. If such de mand be seconded by a majority of the Senators present tho quest ion shall forthwith bo taken theron without further debate and the pending measuro shall take precedence of all othe...

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 August 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PIICENIX. SUNDAY MORNING AUGUST 10. 1890. THE ARIZONA REPIMICAN. -I1Y- rilK HEI'UBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. Published Every Day in the- Year. THE ONLY REPl'BLICAN' FAPIR IX PMNIW KATES OF NUll&CltiniO.N. Daily, per week, by carrier .25 Daily, pur month, by carrier l.iw Dally, per month, by mall 1.00 Dally, three months, by mall "J.50 Dally, six month!!, by mall XW Dally, one year, by mall 10.00 Weekly, per month U5 Weekly, ier quarter 75 Weekly, iht six months 1,50 Weekly, iht year Wo Entered at the postolllco as matter of the second class. AiiVKiiTiHt: Arizona. Tin: opium smokers must go. Avoid the dark chamber wottkl-bo olitieian. Politicians, liku poets, are Ixirn, not made to order. AuniTiiATiuN should rule between enpital and labor. Ik you don't read Tin: Hki-uiilioan you don't get tliu nows. Tin: Loiiixinnu lottery company will not have a walk-over at the next election. SoMKTiuxn eeems to be eating the Yuma Time. Looks liko n bad caso of Democratic ...

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 August 1890

TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PI-ICENIX, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 10, 1890. tiii? AnrnTA ih:iiiih ipam li A1UJU1V1 uu AK. -nv- THE HEPUBL1CAN PUBLISHING COMPANY AIIVKKTISINU KATKS. -i gal gs1 hpick 5 '4 -3 "' "! 2 -I- 1 Inch J 50if 73,11 00 1 J-. $1 Kl 11 75 J 00 Jl.M 2 II1CI1 1 IK) 1 'ill 1 U 1 (. 3 Inch 1 501 1 7.-l 2 00' 2 2" 4 Inch 2.001 2 JIM 2 SO I 2 73 ft Inch'.! '. -2 7.M a.OOi 3 i c inc)i2 Mi :t iw :i Mi I oo 7 Inch :t (0! 3 Mi 1. 00' I SO aluohiJ Ml I. Oil I 4 Ml 5 00 9 Inch 3 7: I M 5 00' 5 M i.uol. wi ft oo r no I ou II In. I M ft M C ir 7 ) 12 In. ift (X)l 5 75 fi SO 7 U III. 11 In. 15 in, ltl In. 00 1 ,V)I 3 001 :i Ml 1 Mi ft 00 1 ft so (1 00 fi M ill 2 so ft SO 2 73 3.lWi 7 SO 3 25 1 3 M 10 00 3 75 I (XI 12 SO I 7ft ft (XI 15 IX) ft.M a (X) 17 M fi (X) 0 M 20 00 C M 7 00 22 (X) 7 00, 7 M '21 (X) 7 Mi S (X) 8 50,20 (X) 8 00 8 50 '.) (X)'2S 00 5 Ml fi 25' 7 001 7 75 8 SO 0 IX) 9 M '. 00 li 00 7 00 8 00 ! (X) '.I SO 10.00 10 .10,32 (X) 0 25! 7 M 8 SO 0 50,10 00 10 M 11 UV3I w 6...

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 August 1890

THE ATttZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENIX SUNDAY MORNING-. AUGUST 10, 1890. LOCAL RREVITIES. l'robatu .luiliro Iluxler vesterdnv niv IHiinted Julia Dohenoy administratrix of Jniiii'H Doiieiiey, (iccciiButi. ahi merchants aro anxiously await ing tho opening of tlio railroad eastward. Thoy aro in need of a largo amount of delayed goods. Stephen Ygucira was arrested last ovenine hi Marshal Klankcnshin, charged with malicious mischief. He will be tried on Monday. A number of secret orders aro con templating removal from Pythian hall to tho room recently vacated by the (iazelte in tho Lewis building. Tho Justices' Courts these days fur nish few notes of interest. Criminal business is at a standstill, and a few petty civil cases furnish tho Justices their only employment. Harry Williamson leaves today for Florence 1th his young stallions, Felis and Stumbling Dick. Ho will enter them in tlio running races which commence at that place about August 15. No mail arrived from tlio Kast yester day. It wa...

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 August 1890

The Arizona Republican. The Only Papor Between Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatches of the Associated Press. VOL. I. PHCENIX, MONDAY MOTtNINGK ATTG-UST 11, 1890. NO. 85 NOT IK HAMONY. Lack of Concerted Action Anions the Railroad Strikers. PASSENGER TRAINS SENT OUT. I,icmotle Engineers Itemember the Aitloti of I1i Knight In tliu "Q" Strike ami ltefusc To Join With Them Ni). New Yokk, August 10. Tho complete paralysis of nil trnllieon thoNcw lork Central caused by tho Knights of Lnlxr inon when they struck their first blow Friday night led them to think they could effect a further stop- page of business on tho roads of tho company. Tins they liavo not succeeded in doing and it is cident that a general feeling of disappointment pre nils unions: tho strikers though they w ill not admit this. They placed a strong reliance upon tho assistance of tho Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, who, it was ex pected by many Knights, were to havo taken a...

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 August 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. PPICENIX. MONDAY MORNING AUGUST 11. 1890. 1 THE ARIZONA REPOBUCAN. -BY- THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY Published Every Drty in the Year. THE ONLY REPUBLICAN PAPER IN PHffiSU. KATKB OK 8UB8CIU1TI0N. Dally, perweek, bycarrler $ .M Dally, per month, by carrier 1.00 Dally, per month, by mall 1.00 Dally, three months, by lnall -.SO Dally, six months, by mall 3.00 Dally, ono year, by mall 10.00 Weekly, per month 25 Weekly, per quarter .. 75 Weekly, per six months 1.50 Weekly, per year ISO Entered at tho postofflco as matter of -the second class. Aiivkutibe the fair. Pass a house numbering and uniform pavement ordinance. Theke is nothing the tnntter with the rain fall of the Salt River Valley. Ubk your best efforts to advertise l'luvnix and the Salt River Valloy. State division is cutting no important part in the anti-Convention campaign in California. If all that is said of the Central Ameri can Republics bo true the whole of them are not wortli fighting for. Mi...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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