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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 16 August 1890

THJ3 ARIZONA TiEPUBLKJAN, PIIQCNIX, SATURDAY MORNING, AUOUST 16. 1890, THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THE HErUULlCAN PUBLISHING COMPANY aivi:iitihino k,vti:s. sr m . M Hi m i o . '. 3 ?i 5? a 'iiis -sn n - .. Wl i w 1 Inch! Inrhll 3 Inch 1 4 ln"ti J 5 Inoh .' f, I null ' - l.i.-h I t inch t 9 In -h 3 i ui it III 1- 111. II III II I" 1 III. lt 111 r in M In 19 In D In 1 I'ol so; Wl 1 IX) -' JJ 2 Ml 3 (0 .1 Wl I 7- I Wl S ,'nll 1 0)1 'S ;)i Wl 7 ri 7 Wl s 7 S W 9 2ii 'J sj'io OJ 11 75,l 2A 1 -. 7JI 3 Wl 3 Ml I (i) I JW 5 Wl 5 ,V' i 7.l fi i" 7 1I ,s V) s (M ! J0 10 00110 50U1 0012 oo'u it.2.Vl SO I 71 I to 3 2.V 1.00 I M A W 5 SO C. 00 7 Wi 7 2.".. 7 71 n ml! vi. ! .mi i in who win ID II l 12 ,V)1 12.001 13 WI1J SO 13 H.7.V ' K 50 d J 73 3 2.Y 3 7.Y 4 73 5.50 G W ('. .V) 7 W 8 W 9 W Rrtlll) W WHO 50 IJ.00 3 W J 50 o .r 3.00 7 50 3 WWW I.W 12 W 5 CM 15 W C W 17 t; so 20 w 7 wa.oo 7 M 21 W h.fiO 20 00 w 2s w w; w! w; 50 00,1.1 M 13. W i 51) 30 W 10 M 32.00 111 W 31 W 12 10 3fl.U0 13 W .M.W ii ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 16 August 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX SATURDAY MORNING-. AUGUST 16, 1890. ItKMOt'KATIC l'OMTICS. A Ijltnly TlinnKxpfctt'il lit tile Democratic l'rliiiurloH Turin)'. The Democratic primaries toiliiy will be interesting. There aie thirty-two dele gates to bo elccteil to tho County Con entlon, which meets August 22. A ma jority in this delegation is sought, of course, by every local Bourbon, who aspires to oilicc, and buttonholing and ticket making, yesterday engaged their unremitting attention. The main light will 1h) upon Sheriff and Treasurer, it is understood that each of Jhe candidates for these olllces will hnvo his separate ticket, in which the preponderance of names will lo tluwe of men favorable to his interests. Tho Erobabilitv is that sixty names w ill em raro all tho nominees on every ticket. Messrs. Walker, 1 1 albert, Crenshaw, Hosson and Sweeney will each have a pet ticket, as will also Webb and Gray, lor sheriir. Of tho latter two, Wobb seems to have the better organization a...

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 August 1890

zona Republican. Tho Only Papor Botwoon Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatohes of the Associated Press. VOX.. T. PI-ICENTX, SUNDAY MOTCNTNG. AUCrUST 17. 1890. NO. 91 The Ari RIUS AND HARBORS Senate Passes Appropria tions For Them. Speaker JJeed Counts a Quorum Again. The House, After Short Discussion, Pusses the Anti-Lottery Kill Without n Division. Washington", August 10. In tho course of tho discussion on the River and llarl)or bill Mr. Edmunds expressed an Idea that tho appropriation in bull; of $13,000,000, (half of tho amount car ried in the bill) would, with $5,000,000 unexpended out of the Hi vcr and Har bor bill of last year, be amply sufficient for all really national works of internal improvement. Ho expeuteil it would turnout that on June HO, 1S0I, the treasury would bo $50,000,000 short even if the. duty were not taken oil" sugar. Mr. Fryc (in charge of the bill) replied to .Mr. Edmunds and gave some faets and figures to prove t...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 17 August 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. PIICENIX, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 17. 1890. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. -n- THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY ruHiflhrd P.ery Day in the Ycnr. THE 0LY KLrTllLIClN PVPKK IN P1IIEMV. HVT1S OK HUII1CHI1TI0V. Dally, per week, by carrier Dully, per month, by carrier Dally, per mouth, bymnll Dally, thrco months, by mall Dally, six months, bv mall Daily, ouo year, bv mall Weekly, per month. Wec-kl), per quarter VV'eekl), per six months Wcekl), per) car. 100 100 . ft 00 10 00 . .'ii .75 1 VI 2V) Kntereil at the postofllic as matter of the second class l'l.VNT trt'tH. Htiv nature to beautify tlie Valley. Silvfu bars were .vortli $1.10 jester ilav. Tin: Ku'ihiiicvn is a pretty lmty three months old. Titi v reekinjr should be made pun ishablo with death. JtihTiiovv the Aineriean hoe is quite a distinguished personage Tiik &ti "shines (or all," even for tlie amusement of Congress. C vi ii ohm v'b eight hour law has been deelared tnuonstitutional. Sn Fuv.num'o is getting 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. — 17 August 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PIICENTX, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 17, 1890. THE MM REPUBLICAN. -n v THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY ADVKKTISINU 11ATKS. Sol o SI'ACK Ka 421 H2 -0 "H i7ii?ioo,?ri rifM 1 Iuoh 2 Inch 1 3 Iiu'li 1. 4 I null -' 5 lueli J 6 Inch 1 7 Inch .1 8 Inoh ;l 9 Inoli .1 W.J1 75 U 00 1 1 00 60' 5 50 ,00 7 50 50 lO.(X) (XI 12 50 (HI 15 00 00 17 50 50 20 (X) 00 22 00 50 21 (X) AOIMMU oo as (x) 50 30 00 . w i ii l 731 'J V) 3 00 2.2.) ,30 1 J1, i 5i) i :i ioi :l ,V) I 71 I 001 3 SOI no i ," ,V)I c 001 7 -'V 7 Wt 8 7JI S 001 9 2 9 solio (Mill no 50 W) 50 Jo 73. 25 00 2 75 a 23 3 75 4 75 (M I 50 5 00 5 Wi C. r 7 50! 7 U)l 7 OJi 9 501 9 IX) 1 10 UOI11 50112 IX)' 12 UOll.t oolis Ml 5 50 W)i no i fi (X) (XII 0 50 , Col. 4 00 i a 001 7 23, 8 75 S 001 9 COilO twin 00112 0011.1 Wll.l 5011V OOllti. 501 7 00' II In. 1.' In. 1J III. It In. n iii. 1 III. 17 III. li I". 19 In. 2J III. 1 Col. 501 8 (XI) S (XII 8 501 9 ml 9 001 9 50110.00)10 00110 50 11 00111 50 12, 00112.5013 OO'l.I 50ll4 ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 17 August 1890

miB$!mmSfim TILLS ARIZONA REPUBLIOAN, PHCENTX1 SUNDAY MORNING. AUGUST 17. 1890. 1 iJ I OX TUB CURBSTONE To one nniicctibtoine-1 to the West its groatucds mill womlurful resources aro appalling when ho first nrries from the East. Even man) people of the West do not renlio tlio liuiL'iiittnle and extent of their neighboring States and Terri tories. Talking with n gentleman Horn Southern California, t-oimi time ago, ho Mas asking what there was in Arizona outside of tho little fertile Millcy about l'liu-nK and the mining properties at ToinbitoiiL'. "What is there?" was my rcily. "Well, that 'little alley,'aayou term it, tiliout l'li-onix contains almost half n million iieies of land. It is larger than lioth the Han Gnbriol and Cahuenga Mil 'ejs in lxx Angeles county, combined. Thnii in Yiiniii cnnntv there is as much inoro land, now being rapidly put under cultivation. South of Tucson lies tho Santa Criu. alley w ith thousands of acres of as line land as the sun cer shone on. Tributary...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 18 August 1890

The Arizona Republican. Tho Only Paper Betweon Galvoston, Toxas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatohes of the Associated Press. VOL. I. PHGENTX, MONDAY MORNING-, AUGUST 18, 1890. NO. 92 rn Big Express Robbery in Missouri. About, 890,000 Thought Have Been Stolen. to The Engineer and Fireman Covered With Revolvers and Compelled to Call Out the Messenger. Kansas City, August 17. Tho l'ucillc Express Company lost $00,000 by n train robbery on the Missouri l'acitlc railway early this morning. It was tho Kansas City limited that fell into the hands of the bandits. The train was crowded with passengers and tho safe of tho Express company was gtulled with money consigned, much of it, to western banks. The train left Tipton, Missouri, about 3 a. in. Two mysterious figures were seen by tho en cineer lurking around tho forward end of tho train but no particular attention was paid to them. Just after leaving Tipton, tho firemnn returned toward the tender to lire up and...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 18 August 1890

K9E-mT w!WW,IS.JMlff.lliiWli' mi" THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PIICENIX. MONDAY MORNING, AUG-UST 18. 1890. .11 M THE 11EPIE1CAX PUBLISHING COMPANY. l'alilisliptl Every Day in tho Year. THE ONLY BINHUM PAPEB IN fMNIY. HVIBH OP HUIWCUII'IIHN. Dally, per week, liy carrier ... Dally, per lnnntli, by currier ... Dally, per month, by mull Dully, three months, by mull Dally, U month, by mull . . .. Dully, ono joar, by mull . .- Weekly, per month cokly, ior quarter Weekly, )vr six months Weekly, iero.r.. .2.S 1,00 1.1M J..VI MM 10.IX) .'J5 1..V) 'AM Entered at tho postolllce second class. as matter of tho Name a ticket and stand by it. Kt:i ku.vtk sore-heads to the rear. In the futuro Iwlters should be treated liko traitors. Thk Salt Hivcr Valley will support bovernl hundred thousand people. Many engineers have gone down to their deaths through the recent floods. The two foremost Republicans of the country hail from Maine lllalno and Heed. ' Suxmiisk is This is shown Arizona. better than medicin...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 18 August 1890

TIIE ARIZONA TIEPUBLKJAN. PI-I03NTX. MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18, 1890. TIIIJ ,i i i;d SPEED PROGRAMME "fiSlr IV ,1 'junn HIS, OTIS CO. (SUCCESSORS TO STEVENS & HUGHES.) PREMIUM! THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY Stoves, Tinware Lamps, AUVKIITIHINII KATKS. KJnyPLiJUNT Ob1 I III MP I 1 L .,'fVll 2s o a I I Incli'l 1 IllCll 1 a inch l i Inch,.! 5 Incli '.' fi Iuch(2 7 Inchi:! 8 llicll :l 9 Inch CI UCol. II In. 4 1 III. 5 1J In. 5 II In. IC 13 In.. (6 16 In.JG 17 In. 0 IS In.. 7 19 In..'7 20 In.. '7 1 Col. IS 30' 7.Vl U) II M ll.SO t 1 M I 2WI I i! ."ill I I :t.iw I a lil) I IW 1 .1(1 ."1 Ilk) I . V) uo 1 J) 1 7.1 CM -' & ! 1 75 Mi :i ft) Wi :i ,vi ,VI I.W 7'n I M Ikll .' Ik) SO 5 Ml 6 ii 001 5 ' ' M Ml G ill 7 CW 001 7 CWi 8 CWI V 7 Ml H Ml i.MI S.OOI 9.001 7il S WHO 001 001 9 0010 M ri 9 Mill 00 SO 10 00'12 00 OO'lt IX) 1.1 00 I 00 I M ,'i cm I Wl I -i. 7.1 1 :l ji I 3 7.- I 7.-. M 00 2 M .1 (III .1 to 1 M ft nil 3 Ml fi IKI li Ik) 1 li .Ml fi 00' fi M 7 001 7 00, 7 Ml 8 () 7 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. — 18 August 1890

nroawntWKPfarrrrwfc THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX" MONDAY MORNING. AUGUST 18, 1890. m D. H. BURTI8, "Subscribe for the Best." A. GOLDSCHMIDT & CO. To iho Democratic County CoiiYoniion W3rIOI,3IS.A.:Lai GBOCEBS, WHOLESALE AND UETAIL DEALER IN THE- TUCSON, ARIZONA PC El Sal unlay from IMuu nix Precinct. TIN, COPPER AND GRANITE WARE. WE AHUEItS BY MAIL PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY ATTENIED TO - Solo Agents for the Victoria Mineral Water, the only Genuine Mineral Tlie Webb, t'o nud (Mmrn Coinbi- nnt ion Comes in u Winner Convention Jiuiioi. Water in tin's Territory. i i Jwrs3fi3saaa!i8SRS9fti 11 STOVES iiiid .RANGES, GAS and GASOLINE STOVES MUJVM MSiVV J Ihon .TOO 11 Kotlirock .. 3.Kll)ai'l Kile AH J 11 Hrtwlcy .Vjl'llll Dorrls KRIVVm .cut as) A EColl .WKrel linlz 31 I'M UUIanton . ."vvJ K lluruolt ,l Henry flrllm ,'itxt ClmrK'i T V niters . Jl Heed BSI.A HiumiMo .KM Jim MrCiirtli) SV lnUUMlll 431 .Ml I'iO U2 31)1 111 4.T )T avs . ,w .Ti" .112 r.i7 wi 319 301 lot ,111 i' or The I'ount o...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 19 August 1890

IZONA REPUBLICAN: Tho Only Papor Botweon Galvoston, Toxas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatches of the Associated Press. VOX,. L PHOENIX, TUESDAY MOTOSTTNXTr, AUGUST 19. 1890. NO. 93 The AR WILL NOT ARBITRATE Correspondence Between Webb and Powderly. A Masterly Presentation of the Strikers' Case. Webb Refuses to Deal With tlu Dis charged Men or Any Commis sioners of Arbitration. New Youk, August 18. Tim eirres pondence between Vice-President Webb, of the New York Central, and (imiid Master Workman Powderly was made public tonight. August 1(1 Powderly addressed a letter to Webb saying bo bad been investigat ing the cause of the Central strike anil asking for an interview on .Monday to dis cuss tho question of arbitrating the differ ence which existed between the New York Central and its Knights of Labor employes. Webb in reply granted tho intervied but at the same time wished that tho matter he presented to him in I writing. Powderly replied the next day sa...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 19 August 1890

TII13 ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. PIIOBNTX. TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 19. 1890. ZONA i l. rilK llEI'UIILICAN HEISIIIXG COMPANY. I'dblishi'd Every Day in tho Year. THE OUT liEPl'BLICAN PAPER l I'Hff.MY. ItATiltt OK SUllCIillTlON. Dally, ier week, by carrier f .2 Dully, per mouth, by carrier l.w Dally, per month, bv mall l.W Dully, throe month, by mall ...V) Dnlly.Mx months, by mull MM Dully, one year, by mult HUW Weekly, ier month 'i" Weekly, per quarter 7" Weekly, ier six months l.BO Weekly, jer year. '-'..'iO Entered ut tho poatotllce as in mtor of tho second class. A sr.WKit system is one of tho nccesui ties for 1'luciiix in the near future. Thk steady advance of silver means renewed business prosperity for Ari zona. Tut: farmers will be an important factor in tlio political campaign this fall in the States of the Mississippi valley. Xkws from Central America by no means savors of peace and it looks now as if till the nations would soon bo in volved in a general war. Clkaiu.no house exchang...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 19 August 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLKJAN, PI-ICESTIX. TUESDAY MORNING-, ATJQUST 19, 1890. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. SPEED PROGRAMME 1bahWuaji es, snnns k a purr-rccnDc m cTCVrwc p. mtrurc or TI1K -nv- PREMIUM! DUlA,kOOUio iu Jibiuu ol iiuuiiu.; Stoves, Tinware Lamps, THE REPUBLICIN MILISIIINT. COMPANY Arizona Industrial Exposition A1VKUTISIN( KATKS. ASSOCIATION, :rth:t?i"iitt ott HP TIE 111 ru5ii'33 jig jjsl 25 4H ' i!hii.M( .T.t-ffi ! &.!..! i-J,3 M 2! i Inch I li 1 !l .W 1 1nch 1.50! 1 - '-MM 4 InctilJ OJI -J aM - ' j Iiu'h . 251 -' 751 :l UO 6 Inch J.Ml 3 00 3 BO 1 1nch .1 U) 3 .'"HI i" SliiehU.W t.l 9 Inch 1 71 I .V) i.Oul. 4.MI.MM l! In.. I l 5 .7) u in. r oo, ; "s 11 In. i J jo ti -)l ,00 2. no 3 oo S.ii 3.50 I 01)! t 50 1.501 5 00 r Ml 5.50 Ml 00 3 25 3 75 I 75 5.W C (XI CM 7 TO 8 00 S.M 1 IK) 2. SO! ."i..V) 3.00 7 50 3.5010.00 I oo'i.'. 5 00 15 00 0 00.17 50 0 50 20 W 7 00,22 00 7.50 21 TO 8.50 20 00 9 00 28 Ul 9 50 30 Oil I 50 .- (VI I j 5ol r. oo r 50 i li 2"i 7 001 7 501 0 50 7 2" 8 001 ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 19 August 1890

PI Tl-Ilfi ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PIICKNIX TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 19. 1890. n LOCAL HKKVITIKS. Tho County Hoard of J'qunlis'rttion mot yesterday, nil members pro-cut, nntl listened to a number of coiiipl.iints. The City Hoard of Kqunluation did not hold it's unpointed petttlonyextciduy, owing to tho liiok of a quorum. Sorin M. Tudo yesderdny iniiilo final pi oof upon tho Kiiitlmest quarter of see lion 11, township 1 south, ranj;e-l east. Ah lino Muneat and Lady Powning jrrapeH n over were ijatlieied aro now pouring into I'luenix from Mesa in abundance. Engineer W. I). Mc(iinncx nndaerew of men leave this niorniii" for tho head of the projected South Sido ennui to ox tend tho survey of that great enter prise. One hundred sacks of concentrations were yesterday brought in from tho I'luenix mine, 'tho result of the llrst run of tho improved 1'rue Vnnner concen trators, recently placed in the mill. Messrs. II. E. Kemp, E, II. Iteuuett and II. II. Winn ton are circulating a petition to the ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 20 August 1890

The Arizona Republican. Tho Only Papor Bolwoon Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatches of the Associated Press. IJ-IOGNTX, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 20. 1890. NO. 94 VOL. T. A II! TO DOT m mi ENGINE JUMPS THE TRACK With Fatal Results for Many Passengers. FIFTEEN PEOPLE KILLED OUTRIGHT Diaaater Tlint Exo eda Any Ever I're reeding It In the New England State Fire mill Eacuplns Steam Add to tho Horror r the Scene mill Many Are Taken tint nf tlit Wwck Scalded to Dentil nml DylnE 1'rcim Suffocation Out of One riunlly of Seven. Three Are Kllleil. u Fourth In 1)J lnK "nil Two Other Seriously Injured. dying ami quiet tiio pain of those sufi'er ing from burns ami wounds. wehteun worm injuned. Among those seriously injured are: Mrs. Martha E. Chase, at the head of tho Santa Rosa Fenmlo Seminary, Santa Rosa, Cal., face and left arm slightly burned. Rev. T. M. Dimick, of Los Angeles, faeo, arms and hip scalded. His wife, ti sister of Mrs. Chase, had her...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 20 August 1890

0B- JtMreHeww-wo THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. PIICENIX, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGMJST 20. 1890. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. -HY- ME UEI'UBLICAN I'UBLISIIIXO COMPANY. Published Every Day in tho Year. THE ONLY REPUBLICAN' PAPER IS PWENIY. HATCH OF HUIUSCISIPTION. Dally, per week, by currier Daily, per mouth, by carrier Dully, per month, by mull Dully, three months, by mull Dully, six months, by mail Dully, one ycur, by mull Weekly, ih.t month Weekly, per quarter Weekly, per six months Weekly, jer your. . .C5 . i.im . 1.00 . 2..W . ,w . 10.00 .'2.' . .IS . 1..VI Entered at tho postolllee us mutter of the second cluss. Ciiaiii.kh Ciimiox, tho novi'list, one of England's brightest writers, died at Yarmouth yesterday. Pennsylvania was swept by n terriblo cyclone apain yesterday and tlie death roll runs into a)pallini;Jij;uros. Tnt will lio a lively day Cor the Kep resentatives of California Democraey who are assembled at San Jose. The ItKPtniLii'AN job olllco i8 turning out some of the finest job wor...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 20 August 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLIUAN, PI-I03NIX. "WEDNESDAY MORNING-, AUGUST 20, 1890. THE ARIZONA IIE11SLICAN, -11Y- THE KEI'UHLICAX l'UBLlSlllXC COMl'AXV aivi:ktisino i:ati:s. O - I 0-1 1 ruK 22 3 2 -a 2 l !n I 1 Inch' 2 Inch 1 3 Inch 1 Incll .' , InchjJ f, Iuuh 2 7 Inch J 8 Inch J Hindi I no 75 i (Mfi L'-i 1 M) l 73 L' 00 'J $ .' oo V oo . SO. 3 M 3 (M 7 CO 3 M 10 (X) I (X) l. M 3 00 13 (M II OO 17 50 n so jo oo 7 (X) '.".' IX) 7 M'JI 00 8 50 IVi IXI 9 (X) 28 00 9 SO 30 00 ix) i i i M 1 7 1 Ml 2 001 - Ml .1 001 ! it 2 M 1 3 00 .1 t Ml 3 I Ml -I 3 00 ft ill 2 73 Mi .1 (V) :l ,V)' l) .) 501 I IV) ,V) 4 (H t V) a M 73 I M 3 00 -i .Ml II 00 ",Uol iv) s no i a M 7 7 no, s 8 OOl 8 S SOI 9 11 III 1 111. 7)1 3 V) r 2j li V) 7 00 SOD1 li 111. II III r in M in 00 7 00 ill 7 50 00 9 W 10 30 10 IX), 10 00 11 (Mill OOil.! (Mil.! oo 13 am j M 1.1 M 1 1 7)115 UOllfi 00 10 SO 32 00 S 30 Mill 00, :n l SO'lJ 00 3t'i (X) Ml 13 (Mas (W Mill 00,10 00 M'15 00 42 00 00117 0041 00 W 8 W 9 00 10 73 S M 10 (Mill 001 9 ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 20 August 1890

:V?HHHflE5 63iWWBiWTrS!8WWw3 "crrxf" VT' TI-IJsJ AKIZONA REPUBLICAN, FHCENIX WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 20. 1890. tz. ZSRassw" LOCAL UUKV1TIKS. "Warm weather scorns to have taken a fresh grip upon us. Mr. Ilarriman has commenced the erection of a mtoihI story upon her lodg ing lionet. Two SisteiH of Charity came in on yesterday's train, en route from Tucson to l'rm-ott. A. T. Marsh's big bay team left yester day for ltrud&linw I'asin with :!0,000 poundn of grain and supplies for the mines of that section. A. T. Marsh and Surveyor V. P. Trot t leao tomoriou on a tup of inspection along tho line of the P.riuMmw load. It is hojH'd that their repoit may stimulate interest in the repair of tho much needed thoroughfare. Tho Hoard of Equalization will bo in session all the week. Ycsteiday they reduced tho assessment of the l'luenix Street Railroad compauv from $10,000 to JOOOO.and that of the Utah canal from 44000 to $:;ooo Justice Richards ycsteiday issued a John Doe warrant for urand ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 21 August 1890

The Arizona Republican Tho Only Paper Between Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatches of the Associated Press. VOL.. I. PHOENIX, THURSDAY MOTHSTING-, AUGUST 21, 1890. NO. 95 )nm lM T Only Two Ballots For Governor Taken California Democrats Work ing Slowly. Majority mid Minority Reports Pre sented by the Committee on Resolutions. Sts Jose, August 20. Chairman Waters called the Democratic State Con vention to order nt 10:20 this morning. Tho report of the Committee on Cre dentials was read and approved, then) being no contests. The report of tho Committee on Per manent Organization and Order of Busi ness was made. It reeomends that nominations bo taken up in their usual ordoi, and also includes a nomination clause providing for the endorsement of Mime candidate for United States Sen ator. Tills clause was greeted with great cheering. The minority report was then lead, concurring with the majority report on all points excjpt that relating to 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. — 21 August 1890

-" ?hmmmig3mi!mzmttrtem.Tim THIS ARIZONA KEPUBLIOAN, PHOENIX THURSDAY MORNING. AUGUST SI. 1890. ai'tui: tiii: crvi.uM LOCAL IHtRVITIBS. Scour if WrcckiiRe ami IiMiit:itlon Aromiil U'llKi'tllnrri'. Wji.kkiiiuihk, I'll., August 20. Till) destruction wrought by jesteulny's cyclone is more apparent tliia morning. -At South Wilkcslmrro tins Vulenii lion works, Jiuut'H Noiris' foundry and the KevBtono Hour mill full tho llrbt sdiock, tho wind dualling their heavy nmteriul about like atrawH. Tho storm swept on up Main street, raizing buildings on that thoiotiglifore, including handomo residencen, stores and green houses. Then the eyelone spread east and west, destioyiii" property until itHwnt itnelf in the woods. Tho tceno at HnnidN Wire Hope Works was terrible. Tho immen'-e building was badly wrecked and in tho debris lay many dead and injured. Ponderous inachinerj was mixed with brick, mortar and general rubbish in n confused mass. The numbar of injured men nt these works exceeds twele, ...

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