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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 20 October 1890

ft -, VPfi-i ",-" jr ---" TjrfE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOSN1X, MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20, 1890. LOCAL BREVITIES. Tho Cleveland Coldrcd Minstrels will bo in town tomorrow. Quito a largo crowd attended tho baseball gamo yesterday. Tho Hoard of Supervisors meets today for tho consideration of a number of important matters. Thero is talk of a big raco between W. W. Houston's sorrel and an ex-chief of tho turf for (5000 a eido. J. L. Powell, n cattlo buyer of Cali fornia and well-known in Arizona, canio in on yesterday's train.- Marcus A. Smith and Harris Baldwin will hold forth to tho voters of l'luunix: from tho stand on tho Military 1'laza this evening. Tho Tucson llaso Ball Club left on this morning's train. They all expressed themselves as pleased with their visit to l'lucnix. Tomorrow night Cleveland's Mastodon Minstrels will hold tho boards at rat ton's Opera House. Thero will bo a big street parado at 12 o'clock. A load of supplies will go from Gold man it Co.'s today for Stanton ...

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 October 1890

The Arizona Republican. The Only Paper Between Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatches of the Assooiated Press. ti 5! VOL. I. PHCENIX, TUESDAY MORNING-, OCTOBER 21, 1890. NO. 156 1 SIMPLY I1T1 Was Hie Zulick Prison (11 u, ITS STEALINGS LAID HARE Result of "The lleimbli can's" Investigation. THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS STOLEN A Fno Simile of Page 33 of the Prlsun Lodger Why Zulick Cu the Order fiir All Ills Appointees to Hold Over. An Exposo of Hie Reason Why All the )hl King Is so Anxious to Get Into the Next Legislature "An In vestigation .Mut ho Prevented" In Their Cry Facts anil Figures for Voters to Study nml Fonder Over lleforv the Election. When tho official life of C. Meyer Zu lick ended in Arizona in 1880 tho fiat went forth to nil his appointees "Hold on to your offices." With si change of administration and tho terms of most of theso ollicicials ended, tho people of Arizona wondered why these appointees of Zulick should bo so nnxioua to r...

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 October 1890

iTmliiiriBniiSi STttnTIBliiSMBfiBKiBIWMiHIKi j. v-sjpirtr'sirTfTrp--' vfrM'f.wJj' THE ARIZONA KHPttBLldAlsr, fflldiisrix, TUESDAY MD'ttiSltKQ, 5ajrOBEtt si, isao. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. ISSUED KVKUY DAY 11 y IN TUB YEAH THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. Entered at the postoftlco at Phoenix, Arizona ai mail matter of the aecond class. Tiik KKrCBLiCAN has its own srKdAL wiRK connecting Its offl.ee direct with San Francisco and ChlcaRj, and through thco cities with all tho great news ccntors of tho world. Uesidcs the Asoclatcd i'ress report It receives mora social dispatches every day than any paper west of St. Louis, outsldo of San Francisco. RATES OF 8U1ISGRII"TI0N: Dally, per wee, vj carrier f .; Dally, per month, by carrior 1.00 Dally, per month, by mall .. 1.00 Dally, ihrco months, by mall 2.60 Dully, six months, by mall 5.00 Dally, one year, by mall 10.00 WeeLly, per month ' Weekly, perquartcr .75 Weekly, per six months 1.M Weekly, peryear ... 2.M TKItltlTOKIAT. KKl'lTIII.ICJAN...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 21 October 1890

Tt-lti A.KI2SONA itPUBLKJAN, J?JEtdJitflX WJ2SDAY JSiORNlNQ-, OCTOBER si. 1890. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. The REPUBLICAN hat double the circulation 'of any other dally newspaper In Arizona, and Is the only one Issued every day In the year. I'referred Local 10 cents per lino first Insertion, and Scents per lino each subsequent tnsortlon. All Contract and bills for advertising paya ble monthly. FIREMAN'S TOURNAMENT I'lONKKK HOSK COMPANY STII.I. TIIK CHAMPIONS. Tho Yurntrr ro Decided Agnlimt mid ltctlru I'rnm tho I'lclil In High Dis pleasure Fast Ladder Climbing. Tho Fourth Annuul Tournament of tho l'hocnlx Firo Department took place yes terday. Tlio procession formed at 1 p. in., in tho following order, at tho engine houso on Montezuma street: Marshal HlanVenshlp. Aids, 9. W. llayloy and Diet Ooldinan. Pioneer Hand. Chief, Frank Czarnowski, Assistant Chiefs, Seelig and Moss. l'hipnlr Engine Company, No. 1. Hook and Ladder Company. Pioneer Hose, No, 1. Yucateo Hose, No. 2. Murching up Mo...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 21 October 1890

BFrlTijjgstjBTSftiii IwflHEMBKlMBMHpMlBPWlBWiHPWSWfKwwlw-" x rWTHWS,TN5ltrTB"w- THE 4KIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER SI, 1890. 1 1 Address tho Voters at tho Opera House. Great Acts of Legislation Claimed by Smith. Ho Modestly l'laces to Ills Own Credit Nearly Every Act of tliu Lust Congress. Marcus A. Smith and HnrrU Baldwin inado speeches Inst night at tho Opera House. Tlio meeting was attended by a number of local Democrats and tho band. Jndgo Crenshaw acted aa Chairman and, with a pretty 8poch, Introduced tho Democratic candidate for joint Councilman from tho Northern District. Mr. Baldwin is a man who has a poli tical imagination and soars to the skies In musical oratory. His plcturo of tho valley and eulogy of tho people was pretty, to say tho least. Ho thought that tho Demo cratic party was simple, frank and generous, burdened with calumny; tho Ucpunllcan party, tho fat, slick and sassy and villilier of tho virtues of the former. Ho denounced certain charc...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 22 October 1890

The Arizona Republican. The Only Paper Botween Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatohes of the Assooiated Press. VOL. I. PI-ICENTX, WEDNESDAY MOKNING, OCTOBER 22, 1890. NO. 157 m l' im U Ho Speaks at Canton, Ohio, Last Evening. Long Argument Against the Jtonublican Party. Ascribes Many Economic Evils to the Enforcement of tlio McKinloy Tariff Hill. Cantos, Ohio, October 21. Governor Hill was greeted on his arrival hero to day by ti largo throng. Tonight, after a largo torchlight pro cession of Democratic Clubs, ho spoke to a crowd of iSOOO people at the rink. Many wero unable to obtain admittance. Governor Hill said in part: "An important political campaign is that upon which the country has just entered. The question presented to our voters is not whether the next Houso ol .Representatives bo Republican or Dem ocratic, but whether the nature of our .Federal Government is to bo radically modified nnd tbo integrity of our insti tutions success...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 22 October 1890

Tills ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PIICEN1X, WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 22, 1890. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. 1S3UKU KVKIlY HAY IX TUB YKAR rilE REPUBLICAN MBLISHINT. COMPANY. Entered at the postoflleo nt Phu-nlx, Arizona as mail matter of tlio necnnd class. Tim UKrunucAN hat Its own special win connecting ltsoilleo direct with San Francisco and Chlcngj, and through thoo cities with all the great new s centers of the w orld. Resides tho Associated Press report It receives moro special dispatches every day than any paier west of St. Louis, outside of San Francisco. KATES OK SUItSORIPTlON: Dally, per week, by carrier , ? .25 Dally, per month, by carrier l.tfl Dally, per mohth, by mall ... ... 1 00 Dally, three mouth", by mall SLo Dally, six months, by mall fi.PO Dally, one year, by mall 10. Weekly, per month "; Weekly, per quarter 7. Weekly, per six months .. 1.M Weekly, per year. 2.M TKIiHITOltlAI. KKPUItl-lCAN TIOKKT FOR DELEOATE TO CONGRESS, GEORGE W. C1IEYNEY Of Cochlso KOR JOINT COUNCUMtM, NO...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 22 October 1890

.,. .,-,,- r-.-m w lrTrn?3?ir'"w " -1 w ,"3r33r7Tw,wijpeBW!ji!re!l(!WWW! THE ARIZONA ItEPUBLIUAN, PHCEN1X. WEDJSTESJUAY MORNING, OCTOBER 22, 1890. !?D lt Tho Repudlican has double the circulation of any other dally newspaper In Arizona, and It the only one Issued every day In the year. rrtfrrl Local JO rents per Uno first Insertion, anil 5 cents per lino each subsequent Insertion. All Contract ami bills for advertising paya ble monthly. CONDENSED TELEGRAMS. I'rof. Gnlbruith, n prominent member of tho Natiomtl League, is tleutl. Tho London Press Association btntes that tho British foreign olllco lias for mally recognised tliu lirnrllinu Hepublie. A train of twenty cars loaded with canned corn left Uooneston, III., yes terday via tho Santa I'd route for San Francisco. Tho Xorlh German Gazette appeals to England not to endanger tho monarchy of tho Iberian peninsula by too exacting demands on Portugal. Tho Stato fair began at llirmingham, Ala., yesterday. Tho machinery was started by Mr...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 22 October 1890

ssaasaS!&5S?M5i '!WW!WSBBWH5ScniwHHfcfv MjiBBWff3SP'iBrTRlffWflffiWKsBHEiLBBBOffl l-WBWBiHBMB'WWCTWaSyWBtWti'ME THE AH1ZOMA KEPUBLIOAJM:, IPHCENIX, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 22, 1690. fr LOJtth HKKV1TIKS. There is.tnlk of h tccoiid newspaper at Tuiripe, Iteptibllcau muss meeting nt Tempo tonight. ' Tantnu & Kellncr received n carload of sugar yeatcnlay. A load of cement went out to the Yuma copper mine yeateulay. The street parade of the minstrels yes terday was an extensive ailair. A numbor of Tempo folk weio in tho city last evening to attend tho minstrels. 1. II. Oovlo had an extra smile upon bis faro' yesterday morning it was a girl. Mother and'cliild doing well. Two largo delegations of candidates from both political parties are visiting Qila IK'nd, Agna Caliento and vicinity. Tho ladies oi Trinity Guild meet at !1 p.m. today at tho resfdonco of Mrs. T. 1). Uauim'ond, corner of Jcllerson and l'apago streets. Tho houso was jammed la't night at tho performance of Clevela...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 23 October 1890

l!B''HS53HHIHHHHH555555I5!- 1525 "n svjw-'r- J-WVTO'"8-!! The Arizona Republican. i The Only Paper Between Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatches of the Associated Press. VOL. I. PHOENIX, THURSDAY MOKNING, OCTOBER 23. 1890. NO. 158 -w HILL SPMKS AGAIN Addresses a Meeting at Wooster, Ohio. He Considers the Lodge Bill a Vicious Measure. Says That McKinloy Assures Him That the 1HU Will bo Passed by This Congress. Wotw mi, Ohio, October 22. Governor Hill left Canton for Wooster this morn ing, arming at the hitter plnco nt noon. At ucry station along the route a large crowd gathered and cheered Governor Hill as the train passed. At Masslllon Major McKinloy, who was on his 'way to Smithvillo, boarded the train and chatted with the Goernor until ho reached his destination. On arriving at Wooster an immense throng crowded the station and tho city was in gny holiday attire. Governor Hill addicted a monster open air miss meeting of 8000 peoplo in tho...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 23 October 1890

THE AJtfZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1890. T AN. I-UUKD KVKKY DAY IN THE YEAH nr niK REPUBLICAN PURLISIHN'G COMPANY. Entered at Iho postofflco nt I'lucntx, Arizona its mall matter ot the econl cU. Tint Ur.ruiiucAN lun Ita own srr.ciAL whir connecting Its offlco direct with 8an Frauclco and Chtcag, and through them cities with all tho great news center of the world, Hcsldes the Associated I'ress report It receUes moro social dispatches every day than any paper west ot St. Louis, outside of Sau Francisco. KATE3 OK BUBSCKIITION: Dally, per week, by carrier .25 Dally, per month, by carrier .. , t.txi Dally, per month, by mall UX) Dally, three months, by mall 2.M Dally, six months, by mall ft 00 Dally, one year, by mall .... , 1000 Weekly, per month '- Weekly, pernuarter .. 7S Weekly, per six months 1.50 Weekly, per year. 2'0 THKKITOUIAI. KKI'IJIIMOAN TIOKKT FOR DELEOATE TO CONOHESS. GEOKQE W. CIIKYXKY Of Cochise FOR JOINT COUNCILMAN, NORTHERN miTWCT, J. M. W. ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 23 October 1890

rSfl THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN PHCENLX. THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1890. THE ARIZONA RGI'ILICAN. The Repuouoan hat double the circulation of any other dally newspaper In Arizona, and li the only one Issued every day In the year. Preferred Locals 10 cents per lino first Insertion, and Scouts per lino each subsequent Insertion, Alt Contractu and bills (or advertising paya ble monthly. EASTERN COM CHOP UKrOKTKI) TO 1IK IIGTTKK THAN WAS KXl'KCTKII. Mlclilenn, WNroiitlit Mlimeita and Da kota Hate a favorable. Season Kan Bin and Nelnaska Show n Shortage. CmcAao, October 22. Tho Farmers' Renew will sny this week that ft care ful examination of estimates furnished by correspowUnits reeals the fact that tho corn crop is turning out somewhat better than was oxpeeted. Tho crop in Michigan and AVisconsin is larger than last year nnd in Minne sota and Dakota it is almost as large. Other State", especially Kansas and Nebraska, show a considerable short age. In soveral counties in Kansas nnd Nebra...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 23 October 1890

.PHCENIX. THURSDAY MORNING-. OCTOBER 23, 1890, KXTKNSIVK IMI'ltOVKMKNTS NOW IN l'UOmiKSS. Aliout Six Jlllei uf New Mains to Sunn lie In Uso Forty Feet tn lie Added ti the. Htaml Vlpc. Tho riia'nlx Water Works Company lins been making extensivo improve ments in tho city within tho last two months, and a review of tho work ac complished might not ho uninteresting to tho public. With this view a Hei-uii-lican reporter sought Mr. Robinson, tho company's book keeper, and learned tho following facts: They havo completed a six-inch nroin to tho Insano Asylum, two and one-half miles of pipe, or 13,200 feet, and that institution is now using tho city water. Thov havo also laid a six-inch main tho length of Center street, beginning two blocks south of the city limits and ex tending to Judge Ainsworth's place on the north. One-half nillo of four-inch pipe has been laid on Van Buren street about seven blocks on Jackson street, and an extension from tho corner of Van Ituren and Yavapai out tho l...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 24 October 1890

The Arizona Republican. The Only Paper Between Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatohes of the Assooiated Press. VOIj. t. PHQSNIX. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1890. NO. 159 JP'IW IMVIWI uuiuli Lofflilitv of the McKinloy Bill Questioned. Trouble About the Date of Its Signature. No Political Assessments Levied Upon Department Employes. lilnlno Going- West. Washington, October 23. Secretary Wiiiilom said this morning he knew nothing olllcially about the protests Against tho legality of the McKinley tarill' bill and would continue to executo tho law ns ho found it, unless some com petent legal tribunal, such as the Su premo Court, decides adversely. Attorney-General Miller positively de clines to discuss tho question, saying it would bo manifestly improper to do so, unless it camo to him in an official way. Commissioner of Internal Revenues Mason said: "It is not for mo to say whether or not tho omission of tho to bacco provision vitiates tho tar...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 24 October 1890

" V) THE AIUZONA TUSPUBIAOAN PHOENIX, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1890. TOE ARIZONA REI'IMLICAN. 1S3UKD KVKUY DAY 1! THE YKAU 11 V THE REi'BBUCAN 1'llBLlSlllXQ COMPANY. Knteretl at the postofflco at l'hicnlx, Arizona as mall matter of the tecoml class. Tun KitrUBLicAN has Its own cfkiial wire connecting Its office direct with San Kmnelsco and Chicago, and through these cities with all the great news centers of the world. Hcsldcs the Associated l'ress report It receives moro special dispatches every day than any paper west o( St. Louis, outsldo of San Francisco. KATES OF SUliSCKHTION: Dally, per week, by carrier J .25 Dally, per month, by carrier l.ot) Dally, per month, by mall l.(X) Dally, thrco months, by mall., 2.S0 Dally, six months, by mall MX) Dally, one year, by mall 10.00 Weekly, per month 23 Weekly, per quarter , 75 Weekly, per six months 1.50 Weekly, ierycar.. 2.50 TKKKITOKIAI, llKl'UltLIOAX TICKKT F0K DELKUATK TO CONdHKSS, GEORGE W. CHKY.N'EY 01 Cochise FOR JOINT COUNCILMA...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 24 October 1890

,.f ' r.y ! ,nir'p PgPfg3jfSBUff fsgsFgg; I THE ARIZONA llEPUBLJAN, PHOENIX. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, ifeSO. THE ARIZONA . REPUBLICAN. The Republican has rioublo the circulation of any other dally newspaper In Arizona, and , the only one Issued every day In the year. Preferred Locals 10 conts per lino flrst Insertion, and 5 cents per lino each subsequent Insertion. All Contract and bills for advertising paya ble monthly. CONDKNSKD TELEOKAMS. Tho university of CuiiibridKO Una con ferred tho highest honorary degrco upon Henry M. Stanley. IJirchell, tho Ontario murderer, says tliere is not a word of truth in his reported confession. In u tenement hotieo lire early Thurs day morning, in Now York, an Italian was burned to death anil Policeman Mc Cann probably fatally injured, whilo rescuing other inmates. At yesterday morning's meeting of tho American Humane Association, at Nashville, tho chairman stated there were good, improved cattio ears in uso west of Chicago, but none east of th...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 24 October 1890

WB t?WBlyRWHWMHHMwuHBBwBliyBCTBBMl' THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENIX, TTRIDAY MORNING OCTOBER 24. 1890. URIMMINU HUMPEIW QUAll'KK TO Tilt: Hl.'M.TII III' CKN.SUS AfiKNT ICKUA1CTK. A l'lcniinnt, Dinner (liven In Honor of n Siicreftsfiil rinunlclnii Trior to 111 Departure. Mr. D. II. llecarto was honored Inst evening by a dinner nt which twelve feasted and drank, liounteoua was the spread, bounteous wcro tho koo1 wishes oiforcd tho gentleman, as ho returns to his labors In California". Monsieur Luvlllo, tho only chef of rbtuuix, had beon given carte blanche just twenty-four houra, and at 0:150 o'clock last evening n tablo burdened with every cutablo calculated to charm an epicure was laid, with twelve plates. On each plate was a. card. The cards collected contained the follow inn names; 1). 11, llecarto, M. Fleishman, b A. Czarnowski, Uus liirschfeld, Sydney Hart, J. W. Crenshaw, Thomas llrown, F. J. l'eck, J. L. 11. Alexander, T. Jobs, 12. Angehnun and (icorgo F. Spangcn berg. Tho men...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 25 October 1890

ir.KHnffif.h, iy. ijjpTij.ty..,,, u .jtijiyijji,.! ;p!ff.ja?it ''ij'yn . ijis7jfi'ytfs''ii'iiBsV'lp" "' "my The Arizona Republican. The Only Paper Between Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatohes of the Associated Press. VOL. I. PI-I02NIX. SATURDAY MOTtNINGt. QOTOBER 25. 1890. NO. 160 IW Jf B Navy Department Finds a Corner in Nickel. Inter - Continental Itailrond Conference. Brazilian Navnl Squnilron to Visit the United States Sisters of Charity in Indian Schools. Washington, October 21. Additional results of tlio recont tests ol armor plate at Annapolis aro still coming to light. Demonstration of tho superiority of nickel-steel alloy and tho immediate ap propriation by Congress of $1,000,000 for tho purchase of a quantity of nickel w ith which to alloy naval steel lias had effect to stimulate tho nickel market to an unusual degrco. Tho Navy Department had luudly begun to inquiro into tho amount of nickel on tho market before it was found tha...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 25 October 1890

wTimr. THE ATtlZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENIX, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1890. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. IS3UKD KVKKY WAY IN THE YE lit II v THE HEl'lIBLlCAN I'UBLISIIIXO COMPANY. Entered at tho postofflce at Phicnlx, Arizona ai mall matter ot the second class. Tub Retubucan hasTtt own ficial wine connecting lti olflco direct with San Francisco and Chicago, and through tticso iltles with all tho great news centers o( the world, llesldcs the Associated Press report It receives more special dispatches every day than any paper west of St. Louis, outside of San Francisco. RATES OF SUBSCMITION': Dally, per week, by carrier f .25 Daily, per month, by currier ,. l.WJ Dally, por month, by mall l.uo Dally, thrco months, by mail 3.50 Dally, six months, by mall .. 5m Dally, one year, by innll 10 00 Wecfcljr, per month. 25 Weekly, perouartcr . 75 Weekly, per six months I.M Weokly, perycar.. . . . 2.50 TKKUITOUIAI. KKI'UIIMCAN TICKET roil DELKOATK TO CONQHIS9, OEORUE W. CHEYNEY Of Cochlso roil JOINT...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 25 October 1890

-- tffV T T THE ARIZONA KEPUBLIUAN, PHCEN1X SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1890. a 1 THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. Tha Repuducan hat double the circulation of any other dally newspaper In Arizona, and ft the only one Issued every day In the year. l'rerrrel Locale 10 cent! per line first Insertion, and 5 cents per line each subsequent Insertion. All Contracts and bills tor advertising paya ble monthly. The Outlook at Can (Irande. Special Correspondence of Tils Kei'Ubucan. Casa Grande, October 23. Several of the Republican candidates in Pinal county liavo been in Casa Grando and vicinity tlio past few dove, doing good and substantial work for themselves and party, prominent among them be ing tho following gentlemen: 11. 1!. Denuro, for House of Representatives, L. K. Drais, for Sheriff, D. 0. Stevens, for County Treasurer, W. H. Benson, for Probate Judge, Hugh Chalmers, for Supervisor and J. M. Ochoa, for County Recorder. Tho energy displayed by these men in their canvass is commend able fro...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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