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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 29 May 1890

The Arizona Republican. 1. VOL. I. PI-ICENIX, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 29, 1890. NO. 11 T PI1II Lively Discussion in (ho Senate Yesterday. The Original Package Bill Causes a Stir. The House Passes the Cliicamuuga Military Hill and the River and Harbor Kill. Washington, May 28. Senator Sher man from tho committee on foreign affairs, reported an amendment to the consular and diplomatic appropriation bill, authorizing the President to carry into effect the recommendations of the international conference by tho appoint ment of three commissioners to repre sent the United States in the Inter Colonial Railway commission. Also to detail from the army and navy, otlicers to serve us engineers under such com mission. The Senate bill subjecting iniorted liquors to the laws of several states was then taken up. Faulkner expressed himself in favor of doing something. Of passing some bill that would relieve the situation that now confronts congress. In speaking of the regulation of the liquor tratlic...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 29 May 1890

IV THE ARIZONA REPUBLIC A 1ST. PHOENIX. THURSDAY MORIsTHSTG-, MAY 29, 1890. " K-t. $kw 4-1 ' ,T n mmum AK. -I1Y- THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. Published Every Hay in the Year. HVTKH OK HUllhCIIIIIIOK. Dully, iicruet'k, liyntrrirr f .'J5 Dally, per moiitli, by currier ... l.uO Dully, per uiuntti, by mall . . UK) Dully, tlireo months, by mull -. 0 Dully, six montln, by mall . . . 'M Dully, one enr, by null) 10.i Weekly, ier month i Weekly, rer inmrter .7. Weekly, iter six months l.V Weekly, jr ear .. . W Kntereil at the postollleo in matter of the second claps. Tnr.UK la plenty of money In eneoiir n'niK the miner. Ki)i!o.'st vaulting ambition haw not o'erleatit itbolf. Smalleii counties will be the cry before the next l.eghliituie. Railhoi construction will speedily follow the rumors now so lnuviilent. The Wkkki.v Rkithuoan makes its apienranco tcnlay. Only $2.50 a vear. Tiik next Legislature should abolish the fee system. All olllees should be salaried. Tiik Mormons should bo co...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 29 May 1890

1 J 'PHE ARIZONAREPIJBljiqAN., PHCENIX THURSDAY MOBNING, MAY 29, 1890. I Second Day of (ho Soldier Murder Trial. Fleming, the Defendant, on the Stand. Arraignment of a Number of New Cases liefore Judge Kibby Tho Pleas Entered. All yesterday tho District Court was busy with tho trial ot Jefferson Wilson, charged with murdering his comrade, William Flemtning. United States Dis trict Attorney Jeffords placed a long ar ray qf witnesses upon the stand. Black men and white, soldiers and civilians, succeeded each other liko tho hurrying crowds in a great city. For tho prose cution a case was developed, with or derly, forcible method, that tended to establish tho charge as already detailed in The Rki-ubucan. Judgo Lovell con conducted the cross-examination of tho State's witnesses. When tho defenso began Ex-United States District Attorney Rouse took defendant's witnesses in charge, and carefully drew from them their stories. He relied upon tho testimony of the government to account for Wils...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 29 May 1890

1-1 ; THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, RHCENIX, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 29, 1890. t f. III? WW A iii'j lino n urn But His Nemesis al Last Overtook Him. The Gun Was Loaded Hut Missed. Jtwo Salunr Finds Himself lint her Suddenly at tlto End of His Tether Joc Siilnnir run ngaiiibt bin Nemesis recently, in the lonn of Dr. Tornell del Garcia. For several weeks just there have been reported to the oliieers a number of petty thefts perpetinted in the sub urbs surrounding I'luenix. Houses would be entered at night, or when tho owners were absent pieces of jewelry and small sums of mouev would be taken to be seen no more by their sonowing ow ner. Ono night last week a lady living wtst of the city awoke in tho night to lind a burglar in her house, and, as she was alono at the time, seized her husband's reolei and took a couple of shots at the fellow, unfor tunately missing him. Again, on Saturday night, a lady liv ing close to the river and al-o alone at the time. awoke in tho night and was horrified to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 30 May 1890

I ' The Arizona Republican. VOX,. I. PPICENIX, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 30, 1890. NO. 12 in nmiTiiTT m ru 'ALL Senator Stewart Warms Up tlic SurvoYor. The Semite Considering the McKinley Bill. Lively Discussion Over the Liquor Hill The Vote in Detail-Public JSuihliiiK Dills iu the House. Washington, May 29. Tho Senate llnniu'C eommitteo this morning took up the tariff bill and considered by para graphs over thirty-eijiht items, thirteen of tbo most important being passed by without action. When tho noon hour arrived, the question of future meetings was reached. Hiscock moved that n subcommittee from each side le np lointed to prepare sucli schedules as should be advocated by either party on tho iloor of the Senate) with tho require ment that each sido submit its schedule to tho other as soon as prepared. Adopted. ntuwarts siiAitr thrusts. Mr. Stewart rising to a question of personal privilege had read an article from a local paper containing a state ment by Major Powell, director of tho ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 30 May 1890

II THE ARIZONA REPUBUOAN, PHOENIX, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 30. 1890. I THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. -BY- THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANV. Published Every Day in the Year. RATES or SlinSOltllTION. Dally, per week, by carrier .2.' Dally, IHr mimlli, by carrier l.tx) Dally, per month, by mall 1-00 Dally, three month, by mall 2.W Dally, six month, by mall ... . 5.U0 Dully, one year, by mull .10 00 Weekly, per month 2ft Weekly, jier quarter 75 Weekly, per six months . . 1.S0 Weekly, per j ear . ...... 2.M) Entered at the postolllco as matter o( the second class. AHVKKTI9INO KATES. ?sia ! 2" 2 SfACK -S 1 Inch 2 Inch 3 Inch Inch ft Inch 6 Inch 7 Inch 8 Inch 9 Inch J Col.: 11 In.. 12 In.. 13 In.. 11 In.. 15 In.. 1C In., n In.. IS In.. 19 In.. 20 In.. 1 Col. . l.U) :.23l 50 11, ,75 J 0013.00 60 5 50 (0 7 50 5010.00 0012.60 0015.00 00 17 50 50 20.00 00,22.00 50,21 00 60 26.00 00 28.00 50 30 00 .'.0 32.00 IX) SI 00 ft)3f..(W OOJS.IW 00 40 00 0042.00 00,11.00 00'400 CO 50 HO 23 50 HO JO 75 (X) 50 00 M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 30 May 1890

THE AEIZONA REPUBICAN,' THOQNIX. FRIDAY MORNING, MAY SO. 1890. J They Have Returned Thir teen Indictments. All the OlHces Found in Good Condition. Tlio .County Juil Needs a Better System of Ventilation Money in tlie Treasury. Tho Territorial Grand Jury brought in a linnl report yesterday, and were discharged. The jury has returned thirteen indictments and ignored four. The report returned yesterday is as follows : I'liajNi.x, Ariz., May 19, 1890. To tho Hon. J. II. Kibby, Judge of tho District Court of tho Territory of Arizona in and for the county of Maricopa : "We, the Grand Jury tlulylinpanncled and sworn, beg leave to report as fol low s : 'Vc have examined seventeen cases of which number thirteen indictments have been found and four dismissed. Committees were appointed to ex amine tho various county offices, and their reports having been adopted, aro attached hereto and made a part hereof. " In compliance with Your Honor's suggestions, we liavo given to tho in digent witness ca...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 30 May 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENIX, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 30, 1890. ?S A Wilson Convicted of Flem- Illlllg s Murder. He Takes the Result Bravely. Very The Jury Deliberated for Six Hours Before They Were Able to Agree on a Verdict. The- agony is ocr, and the death pen alty hangs over Jefferson Wilwm, col ored, private in Troop K,Tcnth Cavalry, U. S. A. Testimony in the trial of Wilson for murdering William Fleming, last August, at San Carlos, closed in the District Court this morning, and coun sel immediately began their summing up. It should bo remarked just here that United States Djstrict Attorney Jeflbrd's case nearly collapsed under the exami nation of ono of his main witnesses. But tho District Attorney had, ap parently, a strong enso. So, when Private Vnrnum went upon tho stand and denied nil knowledge, practically, of Fleming's murder, the trained lawyer showed no sign of chagrin or discom fiture. Ho had Varnuni's testimony on n former occasion, signed in his own handwriting, to t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 31 May 1890

The Arizona Republican VOL. I. PHGENIX. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 31, 1890. NO. 13 m t it. A Train Dashes Through a Drawbridge. TERRIBLE ACCIDENT AT OAKLAND. An Awful Scene On the Narrowguagc Bond. THIRTEEN DUD FOUND IN THE WRECK. Tim Shriek or the Victim Swallowed Up by the limiting Water People Crowd ing Around the Morgue In Search of Their .Miming One A l'anlc at the Cemetery, Wheu the New Itcache There. San Francisco. May 30. Ono of the most horrible railway nccidents ever known in California occurred at 4 o'clock this afternoon, when tho local train connecting at Oakland with tho ferry boats from San Francisco ran through an open draw bridgo over San Antonio creek, at Western street, Oak laud. The yacht Juanita had just passed through the draw when the train ap peared, going in tho direction of Ala meda. The draw bridge keeper en deavored at once tocloso tho bridge, but it was too late, and the engine with the tender and first car, which was filled with passengers, plunged into tho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 31 May 1890

J "T KKIrt-Kktfl THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. FHCENIX, SATtftWDAY MOBNINjG-, MAY 31, 1S90. 4 a: I fU 5. &". r 5T -f ;y TOR ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. the ran' ramsHiSQ compasv. Published Every Day in the Yenr. ItATM OK HUIISCIUITION. Dally, per week, by carrier I .25 I'ally, vt montb, by carrier . l.uo Dally, )vr luontb, by mall 1 00 Dally, three month, by until . "AM Dully, six months, by mall 5 CO Dully, ono year, by mail 10.00 Weekly, per mouth. . 2.1 Weekly, ier quarter . .7.1 Weekly, jer kix months 1.50 Weekly, per year 'AW Entered at the postofllco as matter of the second clas. ADVKUTISINO 1IATKS. 9 ti o j i. c sg srvrK Si, -s5' -2 o ! "!M -! h "m"i.'b jt o 2 ; 3m S m1 2m I 1 i ! Bo OS Ci 1 Ineh'$ 2 Inchll 3 Inchll J Inch 2 5 Inch 2 SOI. 75'll 25. 1 75 2 00)1 50 1 CO, 2. 50 2 IX)1 3 50! 1 ,00 I 50 5 U) 5 50' 6 25' 7 V) 7 00 7 OOi 9 50. 9 0010. 0011 W.1J TO 12 TO 1 ! ix)lr 2 II 50 II 75 2 00 2 251 2 50 2 75 J 25 2 TO U (X) 50, 5 50 00 7 50 50 10 OO CO 12 to (X) 15 TO 00,17 no 50 20 (XI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 31 May 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX,, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 31, 1890. r -MEMORIAL DAY.- Its Observance Ycslordav in Phffiiiix. An Elaborate Turnout in the Day's Honor. Business Houses Very Generally Close Their Doors The Oration by Governor Towers. For tho second time in lier history, Fhronix yesterday observed Memorial Day. The business houses, ns a rule, closed early in the day and all the citizens Joined in tho beautiful observance of a holiday that is now recognized ns national in character. In this land of flowers the memorial service in honor of tho soldier dead acquires a new significance in that the tributes offered are fresher and more abundant than is possible in climes not so favored by nature as is this. There was an abundant display of bunting on tho streets, many of tho business houses being elaborately decor ated, and some of them showing very great artistic skill in construction. To tho Grand Army men, of course, tho greatest honor was shown, and tho Q. A. It. practicall...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 31 May 1890

fflHNMW vtmrwm0rk-K3iqmtyi THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. PHOENIX, SATtttjtDAY MOBNINO, &AY 31, 1890. fcV .. I ft it .- 14L. PS Vt M" IN, h:-' & Wj & Uj 3VJI - S" far; B h i. hi- v. I; fa' te V,. r, V- & r 1! j? IN HONOR OF GARFIELD. Dedication of llio Mauso leum at Cleveland. The 'City Is Magnificently Decorated. President Harrison Delivers Address Loud Cries for Geucrnl Sherman. an Ci.evki.ni), May 80. The Gurfiolel inemorinl, at Lnko View eonietery, :ih dedicated today with impa's-dii ceremo nies, in tho presence of President Harri son nnd Cabinet, members of Congas and other distinguished people from all oer tho country. The memorial is a colossal (structure 100 feet high, and cost $150,000. Tho exercises began with a p.trade. Tho procession was two hours pacing a given point and w.is live miles in length. There were at least 23,000 men in line. Tho decorations throughout tho lity wero the finest eer seen here. Hie possession consisted of twelso diision, including membe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 1 June 1890

IMMsttwffiflMlsTMfll The Arizona Republican. VOL. I. PHCENIX, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 1890. NO. 14 . MjanntoMlaMJIWMMlWaTOiWWIlBMmgiHaa J v- I Iv Negotiations for Control in Africa. England and Gentoany Still Coqueting. Emperor Wlliara Loses Patience and Takes Matters into His Own Hands. (Copjrrljht, 1KW, by the New York Associated rreis. Berlin, May 31. Emperor 'William today for tho first time since Inst Sun day's accident hobbled nbout his room on crutches. Several of tho smaller bones of the ankle were broken and the whole leg is contused. Tho doctors insist on his taking a longer rest. Throughout tho week the emperor has kept his secretary and ministers actively at work. Ho was displeased at tho delays in tho negotiations with England in regard to Africa and took entiro control of the matter. After sev eral conferences with tho British ambassador and heads of tho Colonial department, proposals were fixed upon which it is thought will prove accep table to Lord Salisbury. Briefly...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 1 June 1890

rm. . hiQmsmvmWBBzrssrF TS&fjfSSZZWZ'-' UMWWTjft 4Mace!trUMiia WitltWhJWi I nwftf) JJ ..'. HJJRJ-B- J' WJL-Pii' 'H - THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FHCENTX. SUNDAY MORNTN&, JUNE 1,. 1890. r ? . i p" MSS 3S ft' ftr- fc - 'I5 iflP .?,, Z?T- j k? iV - ife. Is at ? a, g3- I si : iS?. i iwi i fc r5 : r.i ?? &. IF j-S. ' ST- B1 .THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. Published Every Day in the Year. HVTLS OK SUUbCIOITION. Dally, perweeV, by carrier I .23 Hail) , ix r month, ly carrier 1 W Dally, x.T mouth, by mail 1 00 Dally, tlireo months by mail . 2.50 Pall), six months, by mall 3 00 Pally, one )car, by mall 10 00 Weekly, pvr month. 25 Weekly, per quarter .75 Weekly, per mx months 1 50 WtcVly, pi r ) ear 2 W Knteml at the poatolHre as matter of the secontl class. ADVERTISING HATCH. X Op SI-ACE 5 n 53 ?3 ?a Sis -in 1 Inch' 2 Incb.lt 3 Inch 1 11.00 2S1 501 00 J3 00 50 5 50 00 7 50 50 10 00 00 12 -0 00 13 00 00 17 50 50,20 CO 00 22 00 50 J I 00 50 26 00 00 28 00 fi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 1 June 1890

sjtjgyrijg my II THE AiRIZOSFA REPTJBEiCAiN, "fefflEBFfJC," SUNDAY MOHNIKG, JUNE 1, 1890. mBS zxusumis.ss.'ZkTtrsizj fca-is-. l$ tv 1 A Complaint from (ho Ter ritorial Prison. Shut Up in a Dark Cell Without Trial. What is the "Rattlesnako Room?" Convicts Given Poor Food and Clothinff No Tobacco. Tho Spanish-American prisonerfl in tho territorial penitentiary are very much dissatisfied with tho treatment received by them in that institution at the hands of Superintendent Behan, and have made complaint to that effect to Governor Wolfloy. Thty plaint comes in the form of a letter written to Senor Carlos F. Velasco, editor of El Fron terizo, of Tucson, and is in substance as follows: Yuma, May 17, 1890. Dk.ui Sin: "Tliis letter is written with the purpose of informing you of tho irregularities witnessed by us in tho penitentiary here. We, as residents of tho town of Ynnin, were invited to visit tho penitentiary and, when we wcro inside tho prison, tho Superintendent gavo the inmates per...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 1 June 1890

W '5'' life,'" THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENIX, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 1890. 1 i r. 'AU 1 i g. 1 ' ALL INTROUBLE. Army Ofiicers Accused of Defrauding. Major Kimball Should Be More Alert. Majors Wham and Towar Will Be Tried at the Samo Tlmo as Milti- more Thoy Got Freo Rent. New Yokk, May 31. A Washington special says : On tho 10th of June, n courtmartial will convene in Tucson, Amona, (or the trial of Captain Alonzo E. Miltitnore, aastetant quartermaster, on a charge of defrauding tho govern ment. Late developments have resulted In an order from tho War Department for tho trial of three other ofiicers, Majors Joseph W. Wham and Albert S. Towar, of tho paymaster's department, and Major Amos S. Kimball, chief quar termaster of the Department of Arizona. Tho quartermasters are charged with fraud in having routed a room in their personal quarters to the government for a sum nearly equal to that paid for their whole house; thus getting the rent' practically free, and then regular allow ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 2 June 1890

1 ittBgfre,tqionfflBtfB. !1&frftUWififoWitwd m, jwx MftratoAMuBjM JNnMUfti'" The Arizona Republican. VOL. I. PHCENIX, MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, 1890. NO. 15 JI The Sacramento Over Its Banks. River Higher Than Ever Before in Its History. Tlio Losses to Farmers Will Be Heavy Rich Discoveries at Cceur d'Alenc. Stockton, June 1. The only land out of water on the Williams and Bixler tracts, on Union Island, is a place of 2,600 acres, known as tho Kid ranch. A cross leveo protects this tract from the sea of water backed up from tho Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers, but it is feared this levco will not hold un less tho water falls. After spending about $15,000 in backing up cross levees and repairing breaks during tho past two weeks, tho Williams Ikvs had be- some discouraged when a largo crovassc opened last night on the middle river levee, letting a flood into 3000 acres of grain, standing six feet high with heads six inches long. Efforts aro now being mado to hold the homo place on w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 2 June 1890

THE ARIZONA REBJBLIOAN. PifCBKIX, .MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 2. 1890. ii .1 Y4n MiajjtJ it i Fw- r ' sJ- ' B? ' ftt ' THE ARIZONA RBFORUCAN. -DY- THE REI'IIHLICAN I'UIILISIIING COMPANY. Published Every Day In the Year, KVTK8 OK hUIlMCIlllTION. Dally, vvrxwk, l) carrier Dally, per montli, liy carrier . Dally, per month, by mall Dally, three month, by mall Dully, six months, by mall Dully, olio year, by mull 1 no l.UO U.50 boo 10.00 .7.1 1..V) iW weekly, per monui. . .... Weekly, per quarter Weekly, per nix months Weekly, per) ear Entered at the postofflce as matter of second class. tlic AHVKUT1SIMJ 11ATKS. l?o g-j 31 M'ACK -; i '4 Li i !m a 31 3 2. ?i 1 Inch 2 Inch 3 Inch inch 3 Inch Ml 00 1 751 25! 1. 73 2, 00, ,lt' 11.50,11 73 23 73 25 73 75 30 00 50 00 00 30 00 001 00 50, J.GO 00 7 M 50,10 00 oou.ro 0(1, 1110 1X1,17 ffl SO 20 00 00.22 (O 50 21 00 MM, (II O0 2S.0O 50 00 00 51)32.00 U) 31.(11 W 3d, (I) 0O.W.00 01) 10 (0 00 12.00 1 75! 2 00 2. 2.30 2, M 1 2.23 2 73 3,23' 2.00 3.00 3 3,M 3...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 2 June 1890

1 &jn"waHmwmiH'mmiimBimi" -j $. Hlpwrf inMRMIMk sHr,? "K3JOT w H RiZQNA REpTgBIpAJjT,, tHCBNIX.MQJSTDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, 1890. m r;- Plicciiix Ministers Have Summer HolidaYs. Story of the Tiimslatioii of Enoch. Kev. Mr. Kickerson Delivered the Third of His Sermons on Faith "God Took Him." There- was no regular service in the Methodist Church yesterday although Children's Day was observed by the Sunday school classes and there is now no regularly attached minister for this congregation, nor is it nt all likely that there will be until niter the heated term. Sen-ice on last Sunday was con ducted by tho Tempo minister. Dr. Pierson, of tho Episcopal congre gation, has also announced his intention of leaving Pluenix for the summer on or about the fifteenth of June.' The gentlemen in no other profession are so hard worked, perhaps, as are the ministers of God, and certainly The Re publican would not begrudge them their well-earned rest. TIIIKI) SKKMON ON FAITH. Kev. V. I. ltlckeriioii...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 2 June 1890

m k- h THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHGENIX; MONDAY MORNING-. JUNE 2, 1890. $ M 3. MUST ANSWER QUESTIONS BltrKllINTKNDENT l'OHTKK TALKS VEIIY PLAINLY. Men Whose Fanna lire Mortgaged Must Tell the Knumeratorn All About It. Washington, June 1. Superinten dent of Census 1'orter 1ms received tele grams from iv number of enumerators throughout tho country, stating that thoy nro prepared to enter upon tho work of taking tho census tomorrow morning, nnd that oery thing is in readiness to push tho work forward with accuracy and rapidity. Porter in timates very plainly this evening that so far as tho "chronic deseascs" questions aro concerned it is not tho intention of tho officers to bring to punishment thoso who wcro reluctant to make answer. As to tho "'mortgage" question, how ever, ho holds that tho languago of the act is not quite so cheering, and expressed himself very earnestly with regard to bringing tho law to bear upon those who willfully refused to answer any and all questions put to t...

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