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

4Mtfud tKsMHlM -MttS ttWWtMsfd The Arizona Republican. VOL. I. PHOENIX, TUESDAY MOTtTSTINGr, JUNE 3, 1890. NO. 16 UMtpttOMMaiM I' , IF JIHAXK All Doubts Solved About Hardic's Murderers. Return of Lieutenants Mc Grath and Fitch. They Followed the Trail to Within Four Miles of the Mexican Line. By the Associated Press: San Francisco, June 2. The Chron icle' Tombstone, Arizona, special says : The assertion of General Grierson that no Indians were out and that Hurdle had not been killed by Apaches was disposed of today by the arrival of Lieutenant Fitch from the Mexican line. Fitch said: "I was ordered toltucker Canyon after Hardie's murder, and arrived thero t j find that Lieutenant McGrnth of Howie had been thero before me, and was on the trail of the Apaches. I fol lowed him and camped the same night with him near Leslie's ranch. The next day we came up to tho dead mare and colt. Tho latter had been skinned and all tho llesh picked ofi". Both animals had been stabbed to death, no dou...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 3 June 1890

y-l THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FHCENIX, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 3, 1800. &? 2JH- $ a&I THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. -BY- THE REMIILICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. Published Every Day 'In tho' Year. KtTLS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Pally, vorweek, by carrier Daily, vt month, ly currier Daily, per month, by mall Dally, three month, by mail Dally, six months, by mall Daily, ono year, by mall Weekly, per month. Weekly, per quarter ."3 Weekly, per six month . 1 50 Weekly, per ear . . . -.W Entered at the potofllce as matter oi the second clas. I .25 100 100 2 7) 8 IB 10 00 . .25 AI1VEUTISINO KATKS. M'ACK 1 Inch 2 Inch 3 Inch 4 Inch 5 Inch , 6 Inch 7 inch 8 Inch 9 Inch JiCol. 11 In.. 1.' In . 13 In.. 14 In . 11 In. in In.. 17 In .,C IS In .7 m 75 00 , 1 5 .50 1 7 19 In.. 20 In., 1 Col l 2 75 300 3 50 i 00 I 50 5 00 : 50 5 75 6 2.) 7 00 7i50 8 110 8 50 9 1X1 9 50 uinn m oolu no! o a jo - - 1.0011 1.50 1 2 oo a 2 50 2 3 00 3 3 50 4 4 00 4 4 50 5 5 00 5 5 50' C 6 251 7 6 50 7 7 001 7 8 00 1 8 50 9 00 HI 10 00 ...

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

. vl "It JL H Elfejoisvfij jEiyix, Tuesday mobninq, jttn-b 3, is9o. "- L' CITY COUNCIL. HOME OP THE AGONY OF CANDI DATES IB OVKK. Major Nclmarts Succeeds Himself The Election of City Attorney Postponed Until Tonight. The City Council met last evening. Present a full board. After the regular bills had beon allowed Marshal Blankenship asked that somo method bo provided by which he could secure lumber absolutely needed in tho building and repairing of culverts, but was informed that nothing could bo done until the Mayor had ap pointed his standing committees. Tho old Gardner claim for work done on tho city hall was laid on tho table. Salaries for tho ensuing year were fixed as follows : Assistant engineer, per month, f 10; city attorney, per month, $25; treasurer, per month, $25; recorder, action postponed; driver of garbage wagon, per day, $3.25 ; night watchman, per month, $75; zanjero, per month, $75 ; marshal, per month, $125. The offices of plaza gardener and janitor of the city h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 3 June 1890

t Mtv-' THE ARIZONA REPUBLIOAN, FHffiSTIX, "jfelfePAY MOraSTDSTQ-, JUKE 3,: 1890'. A- V m P: MAT IS IT TO HEARST Why tho Bill Was Considered. Not Stewart and Hearst Desire to Bo Heard. Have These' Gentlemen Any Interest in the Salt River Valley that Will He Injured by the Bonds? Tho Congrcstional Record of May 25 shows w hat disposition has been uiiulo, at least temporarily, of tho North and South railway bond bill. When Secretary .Murphy returned home from Washington, it will be re membered that he said that he expected that the bill would come up in regular order on the calender on tho Saturday following his arrival here, although he was by no means certain about it. The bill did not como up. Why it did not. is shown from tho Record of the 25th'ult.. bv the actinn of certain gentlemen who, it is well under stood m Washington, aro affiliated to a greater or less extent with tho Southern Pacific. Tho question was on the order of busi ness and the record is as follows : Mr. Hale Ther...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 4 June 1890

ft anmwa'itWni"g"Efa'' uSjsiJLAis3f!f ywswn wy w?fg I ' AitnMHtMcau woiiMrtft1). -h, 4 -j$ .1" The Arizona Republican. VOL. I. PHOENIX, WEDNESDAY MORNING-. JUNE 4, 1890. NO. 17 ?UW AT Lively Day in the Upper House. Important Amendments to the Liquor Laws. Further Discussion on tho Silver Bill A Uoutcsted Seat Taken Up la tho House. By the Associated Press: Washington, Juno 4. Tho sub-com-mitteo of tho Republican finance com mittee continued its consideration of the tarill'bill. Tho wood schedule was passed and tho sugar schedule laid over for tho present, it being deemed best to await tho return of Senator Sherman before taking up a subject of such im portance. Tho subcommittee also passed over without action tho tobacco, wines and agricultural schedules, which, with sugar, occupy twenty pages of tho printed bill. Tho committee on education and labor reported without lecommendatiou tho Senato bill to organize a bureau of in formation relating to employment, occu pation and means of ...

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

.,- .jj., v T rf 4.t 4-tjr' 5; JT,-; ? -vsar f?T5rwFT "! " ht,iw icaipiffwfSW' .-i' it-.,' THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, BIICENIX, ftDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 4, 1890. '-' ft ft- m H- P1 &. p.p' fc FA, W- Shf ft M L 9kJ. bt i J UMBi wc-a- immmi. 'flHEil- HSf." iWmss KflKE? HKEragft't MSMfv Fl1 i ' THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. -MY- THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. Published Every Day In the Year. hates or sunacuiiTioN. Daily, perweek, by carrier $ Daily, per month, by carrier Dally, per month, by mail ..,.., Dally, thrco month, by mall 1,00 1.00 iauy, Bixmomns, uy man Dally, one year, by mall.. . 3.00 10,00 : 1.V) J.50 wecKiy, per monin. Weekly, perouarter . .. ... Weekly, per six months . ,.. Weekly, per year. . .. Entered at the postofllco as matter of second class. the ADVERTISING ItATKS. Oh' 3oi X fPACK -IDS M llnch 2 Inch 3 Inch 4 Inch 5 Inch ('. Inch 7 Inch 8 Inch 9 Inch KCol. it In.. U In.. 13 In.. 14 In.. 15 In.. 16 In.. 17 In.. 18 In.. 10 In.. 1!0 In.. 1 Col. f-f .7111.00 !.' tl.UI.f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 4 June 1890

r tffiij AONA RJUBLJOAlSrPHCENlX, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JTJNE 4, 1890. AT THE ASYLUM NOW, The New Board Inspects (lie Institution. Need of lietter Sanitary Arrangements. The Present Condition and What Is Proposed to No Dono to Remedy Affairs. Tho sanitary condition of tlio Territo rial Asylum for tho Insane has been dis covered to be in a horrible condition. In fact, but for the wonderfully health ful climate of the Salt River Valley, it is unquestionably a fact that the death rate amongst tho inmates of that insti tution must have been appalling. It is not the province of Tim Repub lican to just now llx tho responsibility for this sort of thing. Tho asylum, save for its supcrintendency and minor official positions Which will no doubt be 1 changed before long is in dillerent hands now, and tho now commissioners proposo to go about remedying tho exist ing condition of affairs as soon as that work can possibly bo accomplished. On Monday, Commissioners Monihon mid Hardy, with Secretary Kn...

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

V" T THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENIX. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 4, 1890. iffr " ' TT I'- ! M- &t ARTESIAN WATER. UNCLK SAM WILL VXY FOK ritO. UUCING IT. Heiinllile Conclusion on the Part of the Urgent of the Territorial Unlverwlty In the Matter. Tlie Board of Regents of tho University havo come to an exceedingly sensi ble conclusion. Tho Board had a meeting at Tucson on Monday night, when tho question came up as to what disposition should lo made of tho $10,000 appropriated by Congress for tho purpose of establish ing in connection with tho University nn experimental agricultural station. Prior to tho meeting, a letter had Ih-cii written to tho First Comptioller of the Treasury at Washington, asking whether it was in tho power of tlio board to de vote any portion of the fund to tho sink ing oi an artesian wen lor tiio pur pose of obtaining a supply of water for use at the experimental station, and to tins a reply wiurn was reau at tno meeting was received, stating tho board could ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 5 June 1890

y, v,r j The Arizona Republican. 'VOL. I. PHOENIX, THURSDAY MORNING-. JUNE 5, 1890. NO. 18 v , . KTt'i7t ' ns CONGRESSAT WORK, Stewart Still at War with Major Powell. The Fortification Bill Passes the Senate. Frye Wants to Form an International Prohibition Lcajrue Tito Ala bama Republican Seated. By the Associated Press: Washington, D. C, Juno 4. In tlio Sennto a resolution was agreed to for in quiry into the management of the fish commission affair. Senator Sherman today proposed and had referred to tho (inanco committee as an amendment to tho tariff bill tho woolen schedulo prepared by tho National Wool Growers' Association. Senator Washburn also proposed to amend tho bill by putting white pino timber on the free list. The presiding officer announced as a select committee on the bill for tho es tablishment of the University ot tho United States Senators Edwards, Sher man, Ingails, Starr, Dolph, Harris, Butler, Gibson and Harbour. Tho fortification bill was then taken up, the quest...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 5 June 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. PHCENIX, THURSDAY MORNING , JUNE 5, 1890. fy M " c i re p.. as rr - j fc,V i I 1 st- 14 i 5 ft r-! ,-" 4 ! f-- ,1. L fc E; THE All -1IV THE REPUBLICAN l'URLISIHXG COMPANY. l'ulillfilioil Every Day in tlio Year. KATKH OF HUnSL'RIl'nbN. Dally, per celt, by carrier . , , . . . , . Dally, per month, by carrier , ,, Dally, iht month, by mall .. , Dally, three months, bviimll t.oo l.OO i.M Dally, six mouths, by mall 3.00 Dally, one year, by mall 10.00 Weekly, per month . , 21 Weekly, er quarter ,.,.,..,.., ,,.,., .7.') Weekly, per nix months ., . , 1,50 Weekly, per year 2.V) Entered at the poktofflro us matter of the tecuml clasa. ADVKUTIHINO KATES. 2? i os; K so Si S3 mi SO 1 Inch J Inch n Inch 4 Inch ,'i Inch .M$ .?5j7l.CO'(lr3.' V1..X) i-" J raw oo l.wj i,yj l.; 1 73 l.W, l i Z.IU ..J, j w i.'.'S 2..' -J. 73 "i.'JZ 2.7J 3.00 3 30 111) 3.WI 3 23 n Inch 7 Inch 8 inch u Inch H Col. it In.. lJ In.. 1J Iu 11 In.. .'.SO 3 00 3.30i 4.00 4.00; 1.30 4.M) .1.00 3.00 5.M )...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 5 June 1890

ZSL THE ARIZONA HEPUBLIOAIST, PHCENIX, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 5, 1890. The International Com pany's Railroad Survey. From Yuma to San Diego Via Eiisonada. The Surveying Party Crosses the Desert Resources of the Coun try to He Opened Up. Somo years ago, when tho writer was employed as n reporter on one of the Los Angeles newspapers, he was Informed by an agent for tho International com pany of Mexico that n survey was about to be commenced by that company for a lino of road from Yuma to San Diego via. Ensunada. That survey has been completed with eminently satisfactory results judging from the following from the Yuma Timet: Colonel D. K. Allen, land inspector of tho International com pany of Mexico, and pioneer engineer of the Peninsula Railroad company, from Yuma to San Diego, via. Ensenada, camo up tho Colorado river on Saturday last, having arrived direct from San Felipe, 200 miles south of here, on tho Gulf of California. Colonel Allen for tho past seven months has been at work c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 5 June 1890

wr- THE ARIZONA REFTUBUCAN. FHCENTX. THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 5. 1890. -. i P tea S p. F 'a Ps' fft ' - .- ? ", a!v' t & 14 ( &. F 1 V ft? 4; V- NORMAL SCHOOL BOARD, A MKKTINO TO UK JIKM AT TKMI'R TOOAY. Very Probable tliut Tlirro Will lie it Change In the PrlnclaWttl uf tin) anitlttittou. George W. Choyney of Tombstone, Territorial Superintendent of Public In struction, ia in tho city. The visit of Mr. Choynoy to Phoenix at this time acquires a peculiar signifi cance from tho fact that ho ia, ex-oflicio, a member of tho llounl of Regents of tho Territorial Normal School, and that ho ia hero to attend a meeting of that board to Iw held at Tempo today. It is tho death knell of nnothor ol tho Zulick holdovers. Tho Board of Regents, aa at piesent "constituted, consists of Dr. Fenn J. Hart, president; James II. McClintock, secietary; Alfred J. Peters of Terape, who was yesterday appointed a member of the board by Governor Wolfley, victo Joseph Campbell, commission expired; George ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 6 June 1890

' J The Republican. VOL. I. PHOENIX, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 6, 1890. NO. 19 Arizona IT WORK ON SLfflL John Sherman Defines His Position. The McKinley Bill in the House. Enemies of tho White Metal at Last Throwing: Off Their Mask- Something Will Be Done. Bu the Associated Press: Washington, June 6. Tho silver bill was taken up in tho Sennto today. Mr. Hiscoek spoko on tho proposition of freo coinage. Ho believed a majority of tho people were opposed to opening the mints to freo coinage. Mr. Sherman said ho had consented to tho increase of circulation proposed in tho bill to fifty-four millions a year be rauso ho belioved that treasury notes uascu on silver million would do as safo a substitute for paper money as could be conceived. Ho did not fear to givo to thoo treasury notes every sanc tion of valuo that tho United States could confer. He did not object to their being mado a legal tender for all debts, public and privitc. This was far preferable to tho freo coinage of silver, becaus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 6 June 1890

"Hf THE ARIZONA REPXTBUCAyT, PHOENIX, FRIDAY MOTtNTNiG , JUNE 6, 1890. it r -i y- i , ET- Hi riv THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMtyNV. Published Kvery Day In the Year. no 1(0 H) KVTKS OK 8U118CnilTION. Dally, pcrweel, by carrier Daily, per month, by carrier... Dally, per month, by mail .. ... ,. Dallr. three months, by mull Dally, six months, by mail , MO Dally, oneytur, by mall ..1000 Weekly, per month ., CA Weekly, per quarter , 'A Weekly, pcrslx months 1.M Weekly, per ear '.'.'O Entered at tho poatofllce as matter of the second elans. ADVKKTlSINd KATES. 1 Ineh 'J Inch 3 Ineh Ini.li ft Ineh 6 Inch 7 Inch 8 Inch 1 1nch JiCol. II In.. U In. 1 1 In.. II In.. l'i In . 6 i 10 In .6 V) 17 In., fi 7 18 In .7.00 19 In.. 7. 30 In . 7.M (M 1 uo 1.30 PO 25 .50 itw J 50 3 7J 4 IX) 4 50 5 00 50 GOO 8i SI 1 2a I 7511 IDI ffllH.SO1 l..'V 1 7" i.73 3 00 ( 4 00 4 50 5 00 a 7.00 7.&0 8 00 8 50 9 9 V) 10 00 1 Col. X 0011 (O I.JO 2 00 2 50 3 00 3 50 4 t) 4 50 5 00 5 r0 0 2.'. 175 3.25 4 00 I 50 5 00...

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

Pi TV n pM '1 ' HiTjijMifcmi f.whinntfcfcfcM rrirTiJrtit1jr,rfftttn.u hi wouji miW'. THE- ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, FRIDAY MORNING-, JUNE 6, 1890. DISASTROUS FLOODS. NO TRAINS NOW 11UNNIM! INTO COUNCIL III.UFP8. On of Three- Terrific Stnrra In low that Lef, Devolution , In It Vak Great Loan to Property. Council Bluffb, June 5. A devastat ing cloud-burst early yesterday morning makes threo terrific storms that have visited this section this week. The AW pareil's Underwood special states that at about 2 o'clock in the morning a cloud burst some miles north of there, nearly overflowing Mosquito creek, when day broke the lower and western half of town presented a fearful sight. Scores of dwellings were totally wrecked, while others were twisted from their foundation. At noon the waters of Mosquito creek registered twenty-five feet above high-water mark, and in the lower part of the city houses stood in ten feet of water. Several washouts occurred alone the rail roads and many bridges...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 6 June 1890

-w-jjk-;'---jr-nif fV ysv9ewr' ? " J """1fWittPsP "f C"' THE ABZZONA BEFUBLIOANV FHOSjiX, FRIDAY- MORNING-, JUNE 6, 1,890. . j v-' ? 'r TO OPEN A NEW REALM. A KICK COUXTKV BKTWKEX DEN VKK AND THE SEA. Engineer Stanton Tell of What It Can 1'roduce Its Wraith In Fruit ami Grain It Abandoned Handle. (From the Denver Republican. lining just returned from tho mouth of the Colorado river ut tho head of tho Gulf of California, I waa interested in tho editorial in your Friday's issue on tho subject of a seaport in that locality in connection with the navigation of tho , Colorado. Having also completed tho navigation of the Colorado river from its head to its mouth perhaps it will not bo amiss to give you sonic information upon tho subject on which you write. It is rather a curious fact that the portion of our country least known today to tho general public, that is, tho Colorado river of tho West and ita sur roundings, was discovered and largely explored eighty years and more beforo the ril...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 7 June 1890

1 ' 11. !... The Arizona Republican. The Only Paper Between Galvoston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatohes of the Associated Press. VOL. T. PHOENIX, SATURDAY MOTtNINGr, JUNE 7, 1890. NO. 20 B' I l Congress Still Discussing Silver. .Both Houses Take Up the Subject. The Senate Passes Maricopa County's Subsidy Kill as It Came from the House. Jly the Asrociated Pren: "Washington", Juno 0. Tho silver bill was ngain tnken up in tho Senate this morning. Mr. Plumb believed it was all but the unanimous opinion of tho people that very considerable Increase in the volume of currency was neces sary. Tho circulation today was $240, 000,000 less than the frnmers of tho finance legislation of 75 anticipated, although the commercial business of tho country has doubled within that time. Tho total amount of money which the people of tho United States has for tho transaction of their daily business could not exceed $600,000,000. He believed it was less than $500,000,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 7 June 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. PHCENIX. SATURDA,Sr MORNIljIG, JUNE 7, 1890. JV. 1 1 nh, junn itn THE RF-I'UIILICAN rURLISHIXfi COMPANY. Published Every Uny in the Year. HVThS of Riiiisoitn-noN. Dully, ir week, !) carrier f .2.V Dully, por month, liycarrlor ... 1 UO Dally, it month, b mall 1 l Dally, thrve months, hyinall 2 V) Dally, six months, by mull .. ott) Dally, one year, by mail . . . 1000 Weekly, ur montli, ... . .. -'X Weekl), ywriiuarter ... . . "... .71 Weekl), pvr six months . ,. .. ... ..IV) VeeU,ix.rear 3 TO Entered at the pnstolHra an matter o( the second class. AnVEKTISINO ItATKH. 30 H- Mi So' : i 3 3.P S i a ya l w ; w ' a 3 ' I t 1 Inch 2 Inch :i Inch i W. .7.V 1 00r l.V) 2 00 2 .V) .! 00 2.5J1 501. 75 2 00. 2. 231 2 V) 2. 751 3 00, 5' 25 3 50 3 00 4 4 ,75'2 251 J 75) .? 251 .1 75' I 751 ft 50 0 00 0 50 7 00'7, 00, 8 50 9 00 9 00,10 50 11 5012 an 5011 50 15 0017 am oo.t oo 50, 5 50 00' 7.50 5010 00 O) 12 50 00.15 00 00 17 50 50 20 00 00 22 00 50 21 00 50 1 00 00 28 00 50 T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 7 June 1890

- SiBSBwjciwi 'tr&r$uM THE ARIZONA REPUBLIC AN, BHOENJX, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 7, 1890. ,i K L First Business Meeting of (he Regents. A Large Number of Bills Audited. Many Applications for the Position of Principal Diplomas Con ferred Upon Students. Tho Territorial Normal School was, on Thursday Inst, formally taken posses sion of by the now Board of Regents. Thursday morning Messrs. Cheney, Smith and McClintock, drove over to Tempo, when, combining with Messrs. Hart and Peters, tho resident regents there proceeded to the school building and convened in regular session. An order of business for the future guidance of tho Hoard was adopted, after which tho consideration of bills was entered into. There were many ac counts presented, all Incurred by the .ulick holdovers, but it appearing that the supplies furnished were for the direct benefit of tho hchool, the accounts were, with few exceptions, favorably acted upon. Upon the salary account. It. L. Long tho principal during tho ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 7 June 1890

'H THE ARIZONA HEPU?LtOAN, PHOENIX, SATURDAY MOKNXNC, JUNE 7, 1890. 6t, .. , If & I -- J i " 7- ' .J Sii"i Rfrl A -, t K' UP- v COMPANY B's BALL. A OAY 1'AllTY AT TIIK I'lKKMX I'AIIK. 1 Two lluiittrrri l'coi'li' Turn Out to Make It a Hucccm Hallotlng for a Name Name of flume I'renont. It was a success. Company B, N. G. A., need not 1 ashamed ot itself upon pmade or in-tho ball room. Two hundred grown jeoplo attended their first regular ball at l'luunix park lii9t night, besides twenty-two babies that got in without tickets. The. horse ears ran full, private con veyances vied with the public 'bin in getting dancers out to the most pleasant place in l'luunix for a summer hop. At the outer ga e paced a guard with 11 xed bayonet. Two moro guards stood at the ticket office. Within the grounds Uncle Sam's uniforms mingled with Chinese lanterns and many flags in giv ing an unusually opposing dignity to the occasion. Dreamy waltzes succeeded the stately quadrille, and not a number on th...

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