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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 11 August 1890

THE ARIZONA ItEPUBJOAJST, PHCENIX, MONDAY MOJ3N1NG-. ATJCTST 11, 1690. ni J A II w -1IY- THE KEI'UBLICAN PUBL1SII1NU COMPANY AltVKUTIHINO ItATKS. trvcu -s 1 Inch! 2liichl .1 Inch 1 4 Inch i 5 Incn J f. Inch'J 7 Inch .1 a Inch .i y Inch 3 i en O ta . OS S3 i.t'ol II In U III 13 In II In 15 In. 16 In. 17 In. H In 19 In 20 In 7J1 ft) o s i 1 73 2 2V 2.73 3 (X) 3 50 1.00 4 M .r 00 5 M 5 73 7 00 7 SO 800 1 50 2 00 2 50 3 00 3 50 J. 00 4 50 5.00 5 50 G 23 0 50 7 00 800 8.50 0 00 11.2311.50 4H ,il 6 75i 8 50110.00 7 7 7 001 0 00 25 9 50 50 10 00 1 Col IS 00 11 00 10.50 11.00 12 00 13 00 1 75 2 00 2 50 3.00 3.50 4.50 5 W) 5.50 COO C.50 7 50 800 8 50 .B0 10 00 11.00 12.00 13.00 ,50 13.50 50 15 00 OOllG 00 !73 23 00 50 00 50 00 00 11.75 2.23 2.73 3.25 3.75 4.75 5.M 6.00 6.50 7 00 8.00 8.50 9.00 10.00 10.50 11.50 12.50 13.50 14.50 16.00 17 00 U "8 uofi.oo ,50! 5.50 .00 7.60 ,50 10 00 ,00 12.50 ,0015.00 ,00 17.50 ,50 20.00 ,00 22.00 50 21.00 50 20.00 .00 28.00 ,50 30.00 ,50 32.00 00 31 00 ,00 3...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 11 August 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENIX MONDAY MORNING. AUGUST 11, 1890. LOCAL BREVITIES. Mayor T. I). McGlasson returned this morning from his Eastern trip. Pomegranates nro ripening. The yield will bo very heavy. They should be shipped abroad. An old-tiiner named Dunn was gathered in by tho Marshal yesterday for drunk and disorderly. Tho works of tho Phcunix Water Com pany havo been improved by tho addi tion of a porch around tho buildings. Tho Phoenix Street Kailwuy Company has erected a brick car houso on Washing ton street, opposito General Sherman's. Professor Rich andwife, Privato Secretary Clark and a laijy teachor arrived by this morning's train from tho East. They aro hero to take charge of tho projected McDowell Indian school. Mauk & Maycleoud havo leased tho old Creed Bryan corral, at tho North west corner of town, and havo estab lished therein n feed yard and black smith shop. A Monroe street damsel was arrested Saturday night charged with tho profuse use of vulgar languago...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 12 August 1890

The Arizona Republican. The Only Paper Between Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatches of the Associated Press. PHOENIX, TUESDAY MOTOSTING-, AUGUST 12, 1890. NO. 86 VOL. T. WORK OF CONGRESS Tribulations of tlio Senate (her Tariff Hill. the REPUBLICANS WANT TO HURRY. Sherman Speak l"airliir Speedier Ac tion Nemocrats Willing l stay All Summer The llou', as Usual, Hoes Nothing. Wvmiinoton, August 11. In tlio Sen ate, after routine business, tbo Turiff bill was taken up, tbo pending question being Mr. Plumb's uniendnient to re duce tlio additional duty on iron or steel hoops, cut to lengths for baling pur poses, from two-tenths toonc-tentli of a cent per pound. The amendment was rejected, three Republicans, Messrs. Ingalls, Paddock and Plumb, voting in tho atlirmative. Mr. MePherson moved to amend the paragraph by making the duty on iron or stool hoops two-tenths per cent ad valorem instead of one and one-tenth of a cent and .one and thtce-tent...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 12 August 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PIICENIX. TUESDAY MORNING AUGUST 12. 1800. m 1 1MIM -11Y- rilK HEI'UBLICAS l'UBLISIIIXG COMl'ANV. I'iiIiIIhIwI Kvery Day in tho Year. THE ONLY REPUBLICAN PAPER IN P1KEMX. KATES OK SUIISCHUTIO.V. Dally, per week, by carrier ? .25 Dally, per month, by carrier l.oo Dully, per month, by mall 1.1U Dally, three months, by mall 'AM Dally, six months, by mall ft.00 Daily, ono year, by mall KUX) Weekly, per inotitl 'i' Weekly, perouarter "5 Weekly, jer six months l.W Weekly, er year "AM Entered at the postolllce ns matter o( the second class. Xumiikk the house.. Grain will mlvaiH'e. Hki.p to iiilvcrtisfe tho fair. Tin: cool wave was grateful. A dkcidki) advance in grain is looked for. Somkti.mks it ia costly to accuse wrong fully. Tiik delightfully lreciated. c(H)l weather is up- Tiik way has been paved for free coinage. Cvci.onij'm nro said to lint in tho Kant. bo on tho free I'l'ii.DiNd operations will lo very brisk in another month. 0.ni,y tho very best of men bhou...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 12 August 1890

TJ-IE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PI-IOSNIX. TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST V2, 1890. 'M SPEED PROGIUMME ;mujnv iu ES, Sll & CO., . &mSti -IIY- PREMIUM! (SUCCESSORS TO STEVENS & HUGHES.) THE REPUBLICAN l'lIBLlSlllNG COMPANY Stoves, Tinware Lamps, AUVKKTISINO 1CATKS. mm Hi I MI ft. '''Nfl 1 Inch i Inch S Inch 4 I(ich 5 Ineli r, indi ; Inch:! 8 liichj.t 9 InctljJ UCol.l it In.. I li Iii.. J U In. II In. li III. i& in. 17 I". 0 H In.. 7 19 III.. '7 JO In.. '7 1 Col. S 73 I . I 75 'J 2i J 75 3.1M a so I.U0 4 50 5 00 5.W 5 75 6 35 7 00 o-i o .251 7 50 50 8 00 75 8 50 00 9 IX) ' 9 50! 50 10.00' 0.1111 00 (1.00 1.90 J 00 J 50 3.00 aw i.oo I 50 5.110 5.50 (1.35 C.50 7 00 S.00 8.50 9.00 10 IW 10 50 11 00 1J U 00 13 n ooii5 Jl.: 1. J 75 11-50, 00 50 00 50 50 00 50 00 50 50 00 50 50 00 00 00; 00 00 50 00 50 01) 00 J3 73 00 50 00: 00 ,00 1.1 5013 5015 oo'ic IT? jjj J.75 3J.1 3.75 1.75 5.50 6.00 G.50 7 00 8.00 8.50 9.00 10.00 10.50 11 M 12.50 13.501 50 11.50 CM 10.00 IMJ17 00: -8 K 2 3 3 IJ.00W...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 12 August 1890

THE AKIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENIX TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 32. 1890. PKKSONAL. Messrs. Malum and Marts were in tlio city yobtorday from Tempo. Harney llarmsen and wife returned to rinenix from Trescott by yesterday's stage. AV. M. lVarce is in tho city from tlio city from the cattle- raiiRCH of Dato Creek. Mrs. J. M. Montafio and family left on yesterday's train on an excursion to San Francisco. Harry Clark, Indianapolis, and John Tliiirmaii, Chicago, aru registered at the Hotel Lemon. Secretary N. O. Murphy leaves on this morning's "train for a short outing with his family in San Diego. Robert Williams, tho well-known hotel man of Silver King, is in Phwnix on his way to California. M. S. Webb, Master Mechanic of tho Maricopa and Phtenix railroad, is now in San Francisco, whero ho will spend several weeks with his family. Peter Mohan, brother of John 11. ltehan, is in Phwnix from Yuma, on his way to Prcscott. He leaves on this morning's stage, in company with Messrs. Hickey and Roberts...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 13 August 1890

The Arizona Republican. The Only Paper Between Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatches of the Associated Press. VOL. I. PI-ICElSriX, WEDNESDAY MOTOSTINGK AUGUST 13. 1890. NO. 87 r To Transact Business in the Houso of Representatives. DISCUSSING THE TARIFF RILL. Motions Introduced til the Senate to Chance the Kulcs Ho As to Limit Debate Appropriation HUM Wnnnl) Discussed. Wvsiiington,, August 12. Tho House anti-Lottery bill was favorably reported to tho Semite. Mr. Edmunds, from the Judiciary committee, reported tin amendment to the River and Harbor bill, which was ordered printed. Mr. Edmunds pre sented a motion for a change of rules by limiting debate on tho Turin" bill. Or dered printed, Blair also offered a reso lution to the same effect, and tho same usposition was made of it. Tho Tariff bill was then taken up and Mr. Morgan resumed his argument against an in creased duty on tin plate. Alluding to Mr. Edmunds' motion to limit debate on o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 13 August 1890

....... 1 ..- THE ATtlZONA REPUBLICAN, PIKENIX. WEDNESDAY MORNING- AUG-UST 13. J890. I I I THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, -11 V- THE REPUBLICAN IWSIHXG COMPANY. Published Kvcry D.ty in the Year. THE ONLY REPUBLICAN PAPER IN PII(EM. HATKS OK HUnSCllllTlON. Dally, per week, by carrier . .. Dally, per month, by carrier . Dally, per month, by mail . . Dally, three months, by mall . . Dally, six months, by mall Dally, one j ear, by mall Weekly, per month Weekly, peruuarter , Weekly, per six months Weekly, per) car . 1.00 . 1.00 2..V) . sou . 10 00 . .ai .75 . l.M . 2.W Entered at the postofnee as matter of the second class. Suiibcuiuc for The Kki'uhmcan. The Republican primaries belli in Phoenix on Friday. wll be OnaAXi.ATios wins jwlltical fights, it fact the Republican party will not over look. Tiir coming winter promises to lx; a most prosperous ono for every part of Arizona. Ahi.ona is larger than the Eix New England States and Ne ork com bined. A great Territory this same Arizona. While ta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 13 August 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PI-IOSNIX, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 13, 1890. fPlllJ 11 miiMA a i?i)' -1IY- THE UEl'UBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY A1VKKT1S1NJ KATES. 2.' 1 Inch I 2 Inch I a Inch I 4 Inchj.' 5 IiielnJ (1 InchlJ 7 Inch II 8 Inch 3 y InchU j..i 11 In. 12 111. U In.. II In. n In. 16 In.. 17 In. 1 In lit In.. S) In 50 oof 1 SOI I 001 J 2V - 50 w 501 "I oo I Ml 001 7,V1 2.)l 1 73 2 V 71 3 U0.l 50l 1 001 J 50 00 1 501 001 50 00 ?3 2a -!- 5 a 7ji i J 7 ' ool s ' 501 S I 001 9 MHO I 00110 150111 I 0011.' 1 Ool.lS OiHl IMI1J ,50 6 . 0017 I 2J 50) 8 I 00 1 111 00111 -I Vl 50 l 751 2.00, 2J 2 50, 731 3 IX) 251 3 50 ! nti i 50: 501 a 00 1101 5 50 50i fi 00 00 fi 50 001 7 50 8 00 8 50 : 00! 9 50 10 50110 00 10 Will 00 11 l 1J l)Hi 00113 OO'l.l, 50,13 50,11 50,15 00 10 OOllfl OO' 17 X go oo! oo 50 5 50 00 7 50 50 10 00 IX) 12 50 15 00 17 50 JO IX) il IX) .11 ml soui'i ix) oo a oo 50 JO IX) 50 32.00 00 31 00 IX) 36 00 00 38 00 00 40 00 IX) 4' 00 IX) 41 00 IX)45 00 The Kriiulillrnn believes In...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 13 August 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PJHCENIX WEDNESDAYS MORNING. AUGUST 13. 1690. LOCAL ItllKYITIKS. l'lm-nix I-otlo No. 5, A. 0. II. V meets thiH evening hi Pythian Hall. Tlio Pliuinix Hato Hall club is patiently nnnititiKtho action of tho Tucson wil low wieldcrs. Theru was u lino fall of rain nt Temio Sunday night, though but littlo of it reached here. Tho meeting of the City Hoard of Equalisation lini liecn indefinitely post IKined, Mayor McUlnwon being theonly mcmlier of tho Hoard in tho city. Much complaint is being made of the noise made by the loose women in tho northern lwrder of tho city. Tho Mar shal should take notice of tho nuisance and suppress it. A. W. Habbitt, of Mesa City, was on Sunday blessed by the advent into his family of another olivo branch. It is a boy, weighs twelve pounds and is the tenth child in tho family. In tho Police Court yesterday the familiar character "Habo" was given twenty days in jail for sleeping on tho sidewalks.; for the same oll'enso Joe Allen paio n ...

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

The Arizona Republican. Tho Only Papor Botwocn Galveston, Toxas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes tho Full Dispatches of tho Assooiated Press. VOL. T. PHOENIX, THURSDAY MORNING. AUGUST 14-. 1890. NO. 88 SENATE DISCUSSIONS. Lively Debute Over Duty on Tin (ho Proposed Plate. FREE TKADRKS OPPOSE THE HILL Several Appropriation Hill Agreed to The Homo Again I'll 1 In tu Hnte a Quorum nml Ailjouriii After it Sliurt Semlon. Washington, August 13. The Senate adopted tho House amendment to the former's sailing regulations, and referred u number of resolutions relativo to tho Tnritr bill to the Coinmittec on Hules. The House Joint Resolution extending the existing laws providing for the tempo rary expenditures of tho Government to the 29th of August, was pasted. The Taritr bill was then taken up, tho pend ing question being on Sir. Vest's amend ment, offered Monday, reducing tho duty on tin plates. Mr. Gray continued his argument in support of the amend ment. Mr. Carlisle took part...

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

' -Myw f ! rffik " -i-JtoufwtrffrwiJliitiii'p4, THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. PHOENIX. THURSDAY MORNING, AUG-UST 14. 1890. il M 1 n I (A 'i nniiur TUB UEI'IIEICAX FimUSniXQ COMI'ANV. Published Kvcry Day in tho Ycitr. THE ONLY KEITIIUCAX PAPEI! IN PIItEXlX. KATKS 01' SlMISCItllTlON. HaIIv. nor week, bv carrier Dally, per month, by carrier l.W Dally, per month, by mall 1.00 Dally, tlirco month, by mull 2.M Dally, six months, by mall n.00 Dallr. ono voar. by mall 10.H0 Woeklv. nor month Weekly, per quarter .? Weekly, tier six months l.f"0 Weeklv. ncrvcar ISO Kntereil at the postotHce as matter o( the second class. Taki: n linntl in the primaries. ' Every ltppnblirnn should icister. Tiik Texas Democracy hus exalted tho Hofp. Tiik Herald hnd u lmd attack of Wolf leyisin, last evening. What the South ought to imycott and nt oiu'o is tho shotgun. It is claimed that there are four mil lion organized farmers. Fruit lands will he in in tho next few months'. active demand Kou n small place, tilings ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 14 August 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PIICENIX, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 14-, 1890. Till! ARIZONA REIWCAN. -II v THE HKI'UBLICAX PUBLISHING COMPANY AUVKKTISIMl UATHS. 28 1 Inc'i' 5J 2 Iuchlt (X) 3 Iurliil 5J 4 Inch!.! 00 5 Inuh -' J") li Inc'i 1 VI 7 Inoti I 10 8 lliuh I V) U Inch 1 7" UCul 4 IM! II III. I VI i III .1 IK) II III. '5 M It III 0 01 n In. (0 Ji IS 111. li 5.1 17 III. tl " IS III 7 00 IS III. 7 . sj iii ;) 1 Col S 00 ,1 75!M t'l 1 1 ,V)i 1 I 1 7V 1! IXIi 'J ! 'J 2V .' M J i j 7'i :i ix) :i 1 i oo :t so I J 50 I 00 I i I 0) I ft)1 s 1 I 5) ' l 5 3 00 1 ") fi ) (i i"i 7 i 7i fi 1 7 1 7 00 7 I S 00 'J 8 10 t) 9 00 10 10 0) 11 10 r0 1.' II 00 1J 12 00 U iioo n ' o-1 -V 7.5, jV IM no IX) fi .'1 7 0) 7 ,v s oo S V) 9 00 9 V) 10 01 it oo. 2.1 fl 50 1 Wll - - ft) I 2 a ooi :: a 50, 3 i ,vv I 5 (X) ri ftn n 5jl fi IX) fi 0) G V) 7 00 7 SO 8 il 8 OOi h 71 8 "0 9 (X) 9 50 10 V) 10 1X1 10 IX) 11 00 11 00! 12 IX) 12 (X) 1 1 00 1 ! 50 1.1 50 1 1 50 15 001 lfi IX) lfi (X) 17 o go -.V$2 00'$!00 25 1...

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

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENIX THURSDAY MORNING. AUGUST 14, 1890. LOCAL HRKVH'IKS. Tlio U0.11-1I of Supervisors incut todny. (). L. Mnhouov lias filed in the District Clerk's ollico mi it on foreclosure auainat Jno. M. Thomas. Company 15, after a lone rest, will again drill this evening. Uniforms will not 1)0 required. Travel, though light on tho railroad, is leporled as Wing very good on the l'rtttcott stago lines. There will ho ueooialdanee at l'luenix Park this evening under tlio management of Messrs. Wilson and Mcrril. Tho City Hoard of Equalization will probably liold a sefnon today, tho return of Councilman Smith lillingupaquoruui. I). 15. Wilson and Robert Wilson, re cent arrivals from tho East, have pur chased the fruit stand and packing busi ness of Charlio Ponofro. Mrs. l'eery, of Stanton, sent down to Goldman & Co., yesterday, n handsome gold nugget weighing alvout three ounces, and valued at $50. It is from placers of Weaver District. T. N. Clanton, of ruickeye, sta...

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 August 1890

The Arizona Republican. The Only Papor Botweon Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes tho Full Dispatches of the Associated Press. VOL. I. PHGENTX, FRIDAY MORNTTSTG, AUGUST 15. 1890. NO. 89 WORK OF CONGRESS The Senate Still ltusy With the Turin1 UlU, SENATOR TIiUMH ON PIE PLATES. The Home of ltepresentatlres Unalile tu Do limine" llei-auao nf the Absence of Memhera. Washington, August 1-1. In tho Sen ate tho Turin" Bill was taken up, tho pending question beingon Vest's amend ment to reduce the duty on tin plate. Mr. Mitchell addressed tho Senate. Tie discussed in detail and generally in terms of commendation the bill as reported by tho Finance Committee, qualifying his commendation, however, on tho sugar question and expressing tho opinion that tho provisions of tho House bill on that point were preferable to those recommended by the Finance Committee. Mr. Plumb gave notice of an amend ment in which he would oiler to striko out tho provisions imposing n duty o...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 15 August 1890

!t T"tij "J,1."! i ipi , i,-" THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN , PIICENIX. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 15, 1890. w "7- THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. THE REPUBLICAN MUSHIMi COMIOT. Published Every Day in tho Your, THE ONLY REPUBLICAN PAPER IN PU(EMX. KATES OK SlinSCItllTIOX. Dally, per week, by carrier .25 Dally, per month, by carrier 1.(0 Dally, per month, by mall 1.00 Dally, three months, by mall 2.50 Dally, six months, by mall 5.00 Dally, one year, by mall 10.00 Weekly, per month 25 Weekly, per quarter 75 Weekly, per six months 1.50 Weekly, per year 2.50 Entered at the postofheo second claps. as mutter of tho Get out and rustle. Nvmiier the houses. Get out early and vote. Talk up n sewer system. A i.i, the news in The Uewiiucax. The Republican primaries occur today KvKitv Republican to-day's primary. should vote at Ice will sell from 80 cents to $1.25 per hundred, next year. SuiiscmiiEiis not receiving thcirpapers will do us u favor by reporting the fact Tiik Kei'Uiimcan is prepared to do all kind of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 15 August 1890

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Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 15 August 1890

rr-c TIIK ARIZONA REPUBLIOAN, PHCENTX FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 15. 1890. THRIVING PRESCOTT. cvival of Itushn'Stf In All The Mi n in i,' ('limps. UKNKKITS OK SAMPLING WORKS. Tho Ailtunl:iR)'4 of a Nnrlli mill South Kallriiml ill Sot Forth liy mi Old .-Miiilnir -Man Del IkIiI fill SlIIIIIIDT ('llllllltl'. 8tBirCornpoiiiciicoof Tiik IUI'Uuucan. Pkkkcott, August 10. Prescott, which next to Tucson is tho oldest town of any considerable importance in tho Terri tory, has tho most picturesque location of anv. Situated on a high tablo land with the mountains towering ulioro it in tho back ground all covered with pine, it presents an appearance that seems to invite one to sit down and rest. Being at an altitude of nearly (51)00 feet it hasa most delightful summer climate. The days are never excessively hot, whilo tho cool mountain breezes at niuht render a blanket necessary for covering whilo sleeping. Just now the mining industries in the country tributary to I'rescott are in a more flourishin...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 16 August 1890

The Arizona Republican. The Only Paper Between Galveston, Toxas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatches of the Associated Press. VOJL. I. PI-ICENTX, SATURDAY MOTttSTHSTG-, AUGUST 16, 1890. NO. 90 ?YPMI1 'u Xo Sliujiliim' Reference lo Speaker Reed. Liberal Concessions Made For the West. llakor, of New York, Causes a Stir in the House With One of D.uiu's Kdttoriuls. Wmhhxutox, August, 15' Tho Senate met at 10 o'clock mul took up the River and Harbor bill. Mr. Qnny made a personal explana tion as to home remarks attributed to him in the report of the Republican caucus last night. He had been repre sented assaying he did not wish to have Southern members of the House of Kepiosentatives yelping at his knees, urged on by the Speaker. He had made no such remark and mado no reflection on that distinguished presiding ollicer of the other branch of Congres-i. .Mr. Fryo moved to proceed with the consideration of tho Kiver and Harbor bill. Mr. Edmunds demanded the yeas ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 16 August 1890

THE ARIZONA HEPCJBDIOAN. PIICENIX. SATURDAY MORNING, AUG-TJST 1G. 1890. 9 THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. -BV- THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPACT. f Published Every Day n flfio Year. THE ONLY REPUBLICAN PAPER IN PIKKMX. HATES OK SUHSCKIITION. Dally, per week, by carrier I .;." Dally, per month, liy carrier 1.00 Dally, per month, liy mall 1.00 Dally,threu month, by mail 'J.SO Pally, six months, by mall 5.00 Pally, ono year, liy mail 10.00 Weekly, per month.. "ii Weekly, perouarter 75 Weekly, per six months 1.50 Weekly, per year 2.50 Entered at thu postofflce as matter of the second class. ISeavtify tlio town. Nature has been Salt Kiver Valley. very kind to the No moke delightful weather could be conceived by man. EvKitv stranger should he taken into the surrounding country. Come atid examine The Uepuiiucan job ollico and paper stock. 1'iKKMX precinct spread pretty well over the County, yesterday. The Democratic politician is making life n burden to tho rural residents. The American flag will ...

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