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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 15 October 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBU:OAN, PIIOSNIX, WEDNESDAY MORNING OOTOBER 15, 1890. LOCAL! 1JKEVITIES. Owens Post, O. A. H., meets this evening in Masonic Hull. riHiiiiix LoiIro No. f. A. O. U. V., meets this evening in l'ytliinn Hull. Two dnys' niiiil I'limo in from the East yesterday, i;ivin to tlto jostollieo clerks a very heavy task. Tho store of Shoenfelil & lleyman was closed yesterday in respect to the death of M. Kohlman, father of Mrs. lleyman. One drunk and disorderly constituted nil tho grist brought to the Uecordcr'a Court yesterday. Ho was given llvo days in tho cellar. L. 1$. Morrell and Miss Kva Urimmcr wcro married yesterday nfternoon, by ltov. V. L. Albright, at tho narsonago of tho Methodist Episcopal Church, boiuii, in tuts city. Tho old frame buildings of Ciant's livery stable are being moved around so as to form an annex upon tho new brick and iron structure. Tho result will be ono of tho finest stables in tho Southwest. At tho Mesa Fruit Depot havo ap peared tho second c...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 16 October 1890

1 The izona Republican. Tho Only Paper Betwoon Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatohes of the Associated Press. VOL I. PJTQENTX, THURSDAY MOTtNINO, OCTOBER 16, 1890. NO. 151 Ar IB MARCUS A. SMITH An Open Loiter for (ho Goiillcmam. Ten Questions lor the Dem ocratic Delegate. A Splendid Opportunity to Declare Himself on u Number of Subject. Hon. M. A. Smith, Aiiizoxa Sir: When first you nought election :ia dele gate from Arizona, in tho Congress of the United States, you woro given a handsome majority by the aid of Re publican votes'. Your predecessor had wit shown tho energy and interest in the Territory which was expected of its delegate, and your favorite argument that ho was not in political touch with the Administration, while you wore, was admitted to have much force. In No vember of 1S8S you wero accorded n si-cond election, again by Republican votes, in hope that tho experience you had k.nined in your llrst term would then enable yon t...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 16 October 1890

ij TLJU A1UZONA UlilPUBLIO.AN, P11CUN1X, THURSDAY MORNING, .OOTOBIilR 10, 1890. j i ,T iMiUr rttt. K-WKI1 KVKIIY DAY IN T1IE YEVK rilH IIKI'UHUCAN I'MIILISIIIXG COMPANY, Kntcrnl at tho juiitomco fit I'hivnlx, Arltona as mall matter of the second class. Tub ltRrunurAN has Us on m-ecul uiiik connectlnK It olllce direct with Sun Kranci-co and ChlcAKJ, and throiish thco cities Willi all tho great news centers o( the world, Besides tlio Aiiooclnteil I'rcs report It receives mora special (lipatches cer day than any paier west o( St. LouK outside of San Francisco. KATKS OK SUliSUKIlTlON: Dally, jer week, by carrier Dally, ier month, by carrier Dally, per month, by mall Dally, three mouths, by mull Dally, six months, by mail Dally, one year, by mall Weekly, per month. . . Weekly, per iiuarter Weekly, per kix mouths Weekly, per year. .25 1.00 .. l.UO . . 2 W . a ( . looo ... .Si . .75 .. 1.50 . 2..V) TKUKITOKIAI. KUI'UIIMOAN TICKKT FOR DELEGATE TO CONdRESS. OEOlUlK W CHEYNEY ...Of Cochise TO...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 16 October 1890

I THE ATtlZOTA ItEPUBLIUAN, PHCENIX. TI-IUJRSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 16, 1890. THE ARIZONA UEI'UISLICAN, The Republican hat double the circulation of any other dally newspaper In Arizona, and It the only one Issued every day In the year. Preferred Local 10 cents per lino first inertion,and Scents per lino each subsequent Insertion. Ml Contract ft ml bills (or advertising paya Me monthly AHI.OXA I'KKsS ASSOCIATION. The undersigned respectfully Invito all edi tors ami managers of the Territorial press to meet w Ith them In tho City of Plui-ulx, at 10 u I'lni'k, October 10, l.v.io, for tho purpose of per il i tliis the organization o( an Editorial Associu iluii W L. Vail, Tucton Citizen. I. C Hvuiies Tncon Star. Kl) H GILL, AllIZONV Uei'UHUCAN. J () lii'Miut, Phcuulx Gazette. N A MoutOHD. PhuMilx Herald, I'.VKIIKIIS' ALLIANCE. Ilruuclilng Out mill Preparing to Establish Iiitreo Stork Yard. Kvnsvs City, October 15. An hi ti'iuled extension of its business by tho Farmers' Allinncc of tho So...

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 October 1890

TLlld AJUZONA Hlii FUBI-.1UAN. PI1CL2N1X. T11UKSJJAY MOIUSUMO. OOTOJ3W5 16, 1600. ro Fine Display in (ho Art Dopnrlinonl. Full List of the Prize Winners. Yuiiiii Horticulturists Jhike t ho Jtest Showing of Cltms Fruit. Wlnit Can lio Soi'ii. Tlio went sltlo of tho upper story of tlio City Hull la dootel to hortioulturo nm! nrt. In tho south room tho lmlics. 1mo especially deinons.trr.teil tho fnct that thotr fort is to conceive and muko beautiful things. First upon tlio right of the door tacked well upon the wall is a quilt with the p.itches. woikcd into an immense Mai. It is tucntvl'no j ears old and win made by the present Mrs. N. J. Coll'eo when she w as hut 111 years of age. Next and in the corner is a earnugo Afghan of knit work made by Miss M.tttiu Warren. Then there is a cruzy quilt nuulo of the richest materials by Mrs. Millay and a table scarf by Mrs. L. A. Wilson, a lace spread of darn net work by Mrs. C. L. Montgomery, a patch work quilt by Mus Hello fehultz, a beautiful c...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 17 October 1890

Mi -..j-,, ,---. t, , f TfrT !t?, : r-3$r'r"' "TTTPyr PMipipiPPlHPIPiipiiippf The LICAN. Tho Only Paper Botweon Galveston, Toxas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatches of the Associated Press. voXj. r. PIICENTX, FRIDAY MORNING-, OCTOBER 17, 1890. 3STO. 152 Arizona Repub IIWDO Mil liMW Moot in Annual Conven tion at Pittsburg. o Chauucy M. Depew Addresses the Delegates. He Commends the Brotherhood but Denounces the Knights us ii Labor Trust. PiTTsni'iio, October 1(1. Tho Inter national Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers held their annual open meet ing in tho Grand Opera House this af ternoon. A number of letters) were read from prominent gentlemen, expressing regret at their inability to be present; among them were Governor Cainplell, of Ohio; Governor Heaver, of Pennsylvania ; George W. Chillis, of l'liiladelpliia; President Roberts, of the Pennsylvania Railroad, and ntlier prominent railroad officials. . After prayer by Grand Chaplain Sor rity, Mayor Gouno...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 17 October 1890

1!!fflmia$tomrwixZiji$ Tinfi ARIZONA RUPUB LAGAN. PJ1CENLX, FRIDAY MOIiNINQ, OCTOBER 17, 1800. ti THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. ISSUED KVKKY HAY IS THE YEAR nv TUB IlEl'UBLlCAN' PUBLISHING COMl'ASV. Entered at tho postofflcp nt I'hienlx, Arizona as mall matter of tho second class. Tiik Hiri'BMrAN has Its own sritri.u. wins connecting Us ollico direct with San Francisco and Chlcaff, and through thco cities with all tho great news centers of tho world. Resides tho Associated Press report It receives more special dispatches every day than any pier west of St. Louis, outside of San Francisco. RATES OF SUIISCKUI'ION: Dally, per week, by carrier ? .5.1 Dally, per month, ny carrier I .CO Dallv. per month, by mail . .... l.iiu 2..10 5.00 10.00 i"i 75 1.50 2.50 Dally, three months, by mall Dally, six months, by mall Dally, ono year, by mall Weekly, per month Weeklv. perauarter Weekly, per six months Weekly, per year.. TKHUITOUIAI. KIM'lUtl.ICAN TICKKT roll DKLEQATK TO CONOI!KS, (1EOUUE W. CHEYNEY ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 17 October 1890

THE ARIZONA 4.tl31?UBHUAN, PI-IQBNIX. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 1890. n 1 i ii ii The n CPU oil CAN hat double the circulation of any other ttally newspaper In Arlionn, and it the only one Istued every day In the year. Preferred l.ocnl 20 cents per lino first u-iTtloii, iuhI J cents per lino each subsequent I iM-rtion. ll Contract and bills for advertising paya 1 10 monthly. SOMK l'KKTINKNT (JUHSTIONS. 111 tlio Hi'inocrntlo C'uudldnte fur Dis trict Attorney Ainuer Them? v .iu the HucVoye Hindu, October 13. Trunk Cox, wliilo mUlrcssing u Cavo i ri'fk nuilioiict) tho other overling, htntcd ,hat tho nccusationa intule aptlnst the !', aril of Supervisors in ((plundering , unity funds wan all " clap-trap, gotten ni by the Republicans for tlio purpose ,.i pulling tho wool over tho eyes of vot-,i-i, that lie was responsible for all tho ui ts of that body and that vouchers could i.,- produced for all expenditure?." We beg leavo to diller with the gentlo man, there is no "clap-trap" about ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 17 October 1890

BBHjWBgiEillwl Til Id ARIZONA HJiiPUBi.IOAJSr, PIICKN1X, FKEDAY JSlOItN IN Q , OOTOBJiilt 17. 1890. LOCAL 1JKKVITIKS. Tlio members niul nil ladies interested in tlio work of tlio l'resbytcriini Church, nro rwiucntwl to meet "nt tlio lecture room of tlio church on .Monday, October L'.l, at : o'clock j). in. Hy order of the Kxeeutivo Cominittet', of" which -Mrs. Walter Talbot is president. A quiet wedding took lilnco yesterday about II ::i0 o'clwk in tho parlor of the Commercial hotel. Tlio contracting parties were Thomas Kellcy and MiH Susio Hutler, of Tempo, who were at tended by Mrs. Martin mid .Mrs. T. L. Shultz, Judge L. 11. Hawkins and Hutl (5ray acting as witnesses. The. young couple will resume their residence at Tempo, Mr. Kelley being in tho employ of Tom Urcgory, of the Gregory House. In conversation with a Ki:ruiii.ic.N rojKirter yesterday Kev. CI. II. Adams said that' lie would begin tho foundation of tho Methodist College within a few days mid by December 1, would have f...

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 October 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. Tho Only Paper Botween Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatches of the Associated Press. VOL. I. PHOENIX, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18. 1S90. NO. 153 K ll New Customs Regulations lo ho Enforced. Manufacturers Complain of Strict Inspection. Admiral Porter's Condition Improving- Pennsylvania's Popula tion Announced. Washington, October 17. Tho Treas ury Department has issued a circular to customs officers on tho subject of tho importation of meat cattle, in pursuance of the meat inspection act. It suspends J tlif designation of customs ports and districts named as quarantined stations by the Secretary of Agriculture by irtuoof Section 20 of tho tariff bill, and suspends tho prohibition of tho im putation of meat cattlo into tho United Slates from any part of tho world. It provides, however, tiiat the impor tation of such cattlo must bo subject to and nuiU' in accordance with the regu lations prescribed by tho Secretary o...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 18 October 1890

"r TUTS ATJ1ZONA REPUBLICAN, PI-ICENIX, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18, 1890. ii in ?l) J I t lsHli'l hhin IVY IN IJIh K.IS nv ME IlEI'UBUCAN l'MIUSIIIXG COMPANY. Entered at tho nostolllco at PlmnW, Arizona as mull mutter of tlio second class Tun HKi'unitcAN has Its own rfkcial vwke connecting ltsortlco direct with Sun Francisco and Chlcagj, and through thc-o tttten with all tho great now s t cntors of llio w orld, Besides the Associated Prc reinirt It receives more social dispatches everj da) than any iaier wot of St. I.011K outsldo of San Francisco. KATES OF SUBMM11PTI0N Pally, per week, by carrier . J 25 thill), er month, by carrier 1 w) Dull), nor lnnnth, by mall 1 HO I)all, thrtu months, bj mall J V) Dally, sit months, by mall IX) Dully, one ear, liy mall 10 CO Weekly, itr month . .. Weekl), verouartcr 75 Weekl), per sK months 1 W Weekly, ier year 2 V) TKUUirOKIAI. KIM'ITIII.ICAN TICKKT FOll PELIOATE TO CONUIUss. GEOIlGK CllEYNKY Of Cothl-e FOR JOINT COUNCILMVV, SOKTIIEllN M8TKIC...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 18 October 1890

THE AHIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENIX. SATURDAY MOllNINO, OCTOBER 18, 1890. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN The Rcpuolican hat double the circulation of any other dally newspaper In Arizona, and li the only one Issued every day In the year. Vrcferrod Locals 10 cents per lino first insertion, ivikI Scents per Hue each subsequent Insertion Ml Contracts and bills for advertising paya ble monthly. PKEFKUKK1) LOCALS. Mrs. J. 15. Hiiwlcy, in the Cotton block, opposite tho Opera House, lias just opened uj tho llne.it stock of fall uml winter millinery ever brought to rhiunit, embracing many novelties worthy of tho inspection of tho Indies of this city. Her htock is worthy of in spection. It Uest rooms in tho city, with free laths, at tho Yendoine. 140 tf. Mills IIousk. New and first-class. l?est table in tho citv. l'ree 'buss to trains. In center of city. 144-tf For a Ilr9t-class breakfast go to the MariCvipa House, at Maricopa. Vnted A few regular boarders at the Log Cabin Dining Kooiii, on Jeffer son s...

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 October 1890

i . . . TI-IJfl ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCEN1X, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18. 1890. 3 U THE IIALL RX1IIBIT. Lis! of (ho Piwo Winners at (ho Fair. Premiums Gained by Arizona Productions. Large and lleuutifiil Display in tlio Art and Fancy Work Detmrt- lnent Fine Music. Tho City Hnll was crowded last night with visitors, more interest being mani fested than nt any other time dining tho fnir. Tlicro wcro husbands and wives, dudes and shy boys from tho country nice young fellows with their sweethearts and lovely young ladies just approach ing or in tho full bloom of sixteen, marching through tho different depart ments, to and fro, each coveting tho thousand pretty articles, tho handiwork of themselves. Exclamations of delight, "Oh, mys" and "how beautiful," and occasionally vou might seo soino over zealous young fellow astonishing the ciedulity of tho blushing damsel upon his arm by a lucid explanation of tho philosophy of tho water motor or per lmps alio was unravelling tho mystery of tho...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 19 October 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. PI-ICENTX, SUNDAY MORNING-, OCTOBER i9, 1S90. NO. 154: OT Proposals Asked For Three New War Vessels. Census Enumeration Completed. About Mrs. Iliirrison Accepts the Presidency of tho Revolutionary Daughters. Abandoned Reservations. Wishixoton, October 18. Tho Navy Department today issued an advertise ment inviting proposals for the construc tion of a harbor defenso ram of 2050 tons, a torpedo Iniat of 112 tons and a swift torpedo cruiser of 750 tons. The ram is to bo constructed in ac cordance with plans prepared by the de partment. She will bo required to main tain a speed of seventeen knots for two consecutive hours, and n premium of $15,000 will bo given for each quarter knot in excess of that rate. The torpedo boat will bo constructed on the bidder's plans, with a view to de veloping ii speed of twenty-four knots. Over ...

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 October 1890

sa 'JPMHMHHHI TI11D ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, P1IQDNIX, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19, 1890. 11 !1 i 1 THE ARIZONA JlEPUIilJCAN. ISSUED KVKKY HAY IN THK YEAR HIE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. Entered t tho postofllce at l'luvnlx, Arizona R9 mall mutter of tho second class. Tiik Kci'Ubucan has its own urcciAL wins connecting its otlico direct w ith San Francisco and Cliicaip, and throiiRh thoe cities with all tho great news centers o( tlie world, llcsldcs tho Associated Press report it receives inoro special dispatches every day than any paier west of St. IauIi, outside of San FmncUco. RATES OF SUllSUItUTION: Pally, per week, hy carrier .25 Daily, per month, by carrier l.tx) Dally, per month, by limit 1.00 Dally, three months, by mall 2.i Dally, six months, by mail 5.00 Daily, one year, by mail 10.00 Weekly, per month -' Weekly, per quarter . . .75 Weekly, per six months 1.80 Weekly, per year.. 2.50 TllKKITOKlAI. KIM' lilt 1. 1 CAN TICKKT ron DELEGATE TO COJiaiilW, OEOIUlE W. CHKYXEY Of Coch...

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 October 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19, 1890. n l?D T i my 11 M. The Republican hat double the circulation of any other dally newspaper In Arizona, and Is the only one Issued every day In the year. Preferred Locals 10 cents per lino first insertion, nnd 5 cents lor lino each subsequent Insertion VII Coivtnicts and bills (or advertising paya Mo monthly. TIT N im A Poor Ball Game Played Yesterday. (J ray Does Excellent Work in the Itox. Full IIoiMirt of tlio Oaiiie by Inning:. Tho Final Game Will bo Played Today. About 000 persona went out to Pat ton's l'ark yesterday to sco the- ball iMine between Tucson and Pha-nix. Tho day was all that could bo desired, Imuly and coo). If tho lioino pitcher had iwoivetl anything life fair support tliey would have won, as Urny'a feat of strik ing out ten men is something very M-KIoin witnessed on the diamond. Uoldberg's poor backstop woik ac t limits for tho defeat of l'liu-nix and to day lie will jirobably play on tlio bench, d...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 19 October 1890

THE AlUZONA REPUBLICAN, PI-IOSN1X, SUNJJAY MOI'tNlNGr, OCTOBER 10. 1690. 1 n- 9 LOOAIi 1UIKVITIES. Tlircc carloads of cattle left this inorr. iiii; for Cnlifurnin, consigned to Gnrnles & Company, of San ltanmnliiio, Tho District Clcrk'n oillco lias been improved by a now counter with pnr titions under for tho Court records. A carload of machinery for II. K. Kemp d Co., and n carload of potatoes for (ioldman & Co,, arrived yesterday. II. Stciclitz has reestablished hiinsolf in rhienix in tho practice of law. Ho will have his oilice with Cox itWillinms. Councilman Harry and City Engineer Ureakcnridge aro at work upon plans for n city sower system, for presentation to the Council. A cold, stone-studded carrini: was found at the Fair grounds yesterday and will bo returned to its owneratTiiu Ki vuiiMCAN oillco. Two prisoners in the city jail, whore fused to Inlwr on tho streets, aro being dieted on bread and water, as provided by ordinance No. 100. Y, C. Deputy presented The Uepu...

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 October 1890

E,XLT-.-3X'WMJ i ': The Arizona Republican. Tho Only Paper Botweon Galveston, Texas, and Los Angelos, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatohes of the Associated Press. VOIj. .1. OX ALASKA'S BORDER Work of a Gcograpical Expcdillion. St. Elins Only a Sccond Cluss Mountain. Explorations in n Laml of Snow and Ice Uanuiinjr On (ilneiers. Washington, October 10. Tho scien tific expedition sent out Inst sprint; under tho joint auspices of tho National Geographical Society and tlio United states Geological Survey for tho purpose of exploring the region about Mount S?t. Elias, Alaska, has returned. Mr. Uttssell, who organized the oxpc tlitiuii and who had charge of the work, has furnished tho Associated Press a picturesque sketch of tho work of his party. The actual base of operations, at tho head of Yukatat bay, was reached Juno US. and a study of the geolosy and geography of tho region began at once. They found an island near tho head of tue bay, which they named Urn ml ii w Island, ...

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 October 1890

55dKSB(w(tWw" THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PIICENIX, MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20, 1890. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. IS3UED EVEIIY DAY IN THE YEAR THE llEl'UBUCAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. Entered at tho postofllcc at Plici-nlx, Arlxona as mail matter o( tho second class. The HsrUDUCAN has Its own btkcial wiuk connecting Its otllco direct with San Francisco and Chicago, and through these cities with all tho great news centers of tho world. Resides tho Associated Press reort it receives moro special dispatches every day than any paper west of St. Louis, outsido of San Francisco. KATES OF SU11SCRIPT10N: Dally, per week, by carrier 1 .2i Dally, per month, by carrier t.H) Dally, per mouth, by mail 1.00 Daily, three months, by mall 2.M Daily, six months, by mail 5.00 Dally, one year, by mall 10.00 Weekly, per month '" Weekly, per quarter .75 Weekly, per six months 1.50 Weekly, per year - tukkitohiai. kki-uiimoan tickkt FOB DELEGATE TO CONtlRESS, OEORGE W. CIIKYN'EY Of Cochise FOR JOtNT COUNCILMAN, NORTHE...

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 October 1890

THE ARIZONA ItEPUBJLIUAN, PI-I03N1X, MOJSTJJAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20, 1890. 1 i The Republican hat double the circulation of any other dally newi paper In Arliona, and It the only one Issued overy day In the year. l'rrforred Local t ill oonts jor lino first Incrtlon, ami 5 cunts p r lino each iuleiucul Insertion. All Contracts nnd Wis for advertising paya bio monthly. slightly iirri:iiKNT. Tlio Sons' That .Milrcln Nine In Wash ington anil In Arlioim. From tlio Tucson .Citizen. Murk Smitli opened tho Democratic cainpiiign itt Tombstouo tlio other night. Tho back counties Imvo not yet been heanl from, but uuch reports ns hnvu reached thin olllce stuto thnt tbcro was httlo good this side of 1'iirmliso which this noble tnodcrn Koniun did not claim. When it comes to giving him self eredit, wo are told that the only Markisd does not trillo with false mod esty, lie evidently N running on that good old Democratic doctrine, "Claim everything." In those- elder Koniau days whero short-band writi...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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