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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 25 October 1890

:-?- I THE ABIZONA REPUBLICAN. PHCENIX, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1890. it LOCAL URBVITIES. lUiBiiifBH was very dull ut tliu Court Houso yesterday. Contractor Sears is painting the Court Houso roof. Threo carloads of lniccellnncoiiH freight canio in yesterday. Tho Democrats will hold forth tonight at tho military plaza in full forcS. Judges Woodward and Street spoko at Mesa Thursday night to an enthusiastic audience. Dr. Trowell has a largo owl staked upon a, perch In his drug storo. Tho Doctor hopes to teach tho bird to talk. E. TompkinBon camo down from Kent Ing's mining camp yesterday. Ho re turns today with a load of supplies. Mrs. Lennan has taken tho l'hcenlx Hotol, and, as will bo seen in another column, proposes to conduct it in first class stylo. Lay services will bo hold at Trinity (Episcopal) church tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock. Prayer and lay sermon will bo read by Dr. Boliton. 8. F. Marsh, who is superintending tho work on tho l'hwnix and Prcscott toll road, was 1...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 26 October 1890

i?2!mtWi (fwft- .jfA, .v..f.iw.. - - -rnHv,. ,, jjjm iijinin(i4i-fctw iwt-wrT -"JW" " ;? -- ' r -v i- e "? - The Arizona Republican. The Only, Paper Between Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatohes of the Assooiated Press. VOL. I. PHCENIX, SUNDAY MOENING. OCTOBER 26, 1890. NO. 161 I IM Secretary Blaine Speaks at Canton, Greeted by Cheering Thou sands of Admirers. Warmly Advocates the Tariff Keci- lirocity Commends McKinlcy and Ms Work. Canton, 0., October 25. Secretary of State Maine arrived hero from Pitts burn at noon today. Ho was met at Alliance by a reception coimnitteo from Canton, and escorted to the city over the Pennsylvania Railroad. A crowd of 3000 peoplo greeted Mr. Blaine with loud cheering aaho alighted from the train, and followed tho car riage, cheering all the way to tho homo of Major McKinley, whoso guest ho was during his stay here. Mr. Blalno was accompanied by Mrs. Blaine and her daughter, Miss Harriet Maine, and Hon. Wil...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 26 October 1890

WUFt TPP 5T1 THE ATtTZOTSTA TnHPtTBLiTOAN, PHOENIX, SUNDAY MOP.NING, OCTOBER 26, 1690. tjthw fT'ii'ifp'py-": THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. IS3UKD KVK1IV BAY IN THE YEAH BY THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. Entered at tho postofflce at I'ha-nlx, Arlioua ai mall matter of the eeond class. TlIK HKrUBLICAN has lt own upkcial WIHlt connecting Us ofllco direct with San Francisco and Chlcagj, and through these cities with all the great news centers of the world. Besides the Associated I'rcss report It receives mora special dispatches every day than any paper west of St. Louis, outside of San Francisco. HATE3 OK aUIlSCHIlTIOX: Dally, per week, by carrier i .23 Dally, per month, by carrier 1.00 Dally, por month, by mall 1.00 Dally, three months, by mall .. '.'.M Dally, six months, by mall 5.00 Dally, one year, by mall 10.W Weekly, per month 25 Weekly, per quarter 75 Weekly, per six months 1.50 Weekly, peryear. 2.50 TKKniTOKIAL KKl'lUII.IC.VN TICKKT FOIt DELKQATK TO CONGRESS, GEORGE W. CIIKYNKY Of...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 26 October 1890

SIJJS fntmWmJF!t--'i'9i s THE ARIZONA EtEPUBLIUAN, PHCENIX. SUNDAY MOTtNING, OCTOBER 20, 1890. TUB ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, The Republican hat double tho circulation of any other dally newtpaper In Arizona, and l the only one Issued every day In the year. RAILROAD RUMBLINGS ro9aiini.rrv of a tkans-conti- NKNTAL LINE l'Olt l'HCENIX. 1'enMMllty of a Howl From Albuquerque to San Diego by AVuy of the Salt and Cilia Klver Valleja. Tho San Diego Union hits an article in which it refers to tho possibility of another road from tho Kaat to that city. It says, referring to a railroad map it saw in tho hands of an Arizona engineer of prominence: A lino of red ink had been drawn across tho' continent from New York city to St. Louis, Missouri, following tho Pennsyl vania Central, which is almost an air lino. From St. Louis tho red lino slanted n trifle to tho south, following the St. Louis and San Francisco for 440 miles to Sapulpa, Indian Territory. From that point to San Diego is a gap of 1000 mile...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 26 October 1890

11 T1IJB ARIZONA RLiPUBLitOAN, PHOiJNIX, SUNDAY MORNING-. OCTOBER 26, 1890. mm Sung by Democrats at the Mcetiim- Last Nmlii. o o Sniitli Praises the Board of Supervisors. FarlsU Talks TurllV, Whilo Zulick Abuses tlio Opposition uml Its Cumlitlutcs. Probably the weakest ami most pvircile arguments that hayo been itBcd at any political gathering during this or any other campaign wero resorted to last night at tho Democratic speaking at the Opera House. W. T. Smith opened tho mill with a speech oi about fivo minutes in which ho used some of Eternity Cox's notes, to account for tho shortuges in tho Super visor's accounts. A disposition was mado of thein that mtistlcd him in that time, and ho introduced Harris Baldwin, who started out with sober sense and ended with tho vaguest of efforts to prove the domination of cupi tal over tho masses through Republican administration. In his theory U5U mil lionaire manufactures mado tho tiinfl' bill and controlled tho legislation of the llcpublic o...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 27 October 1890

--r-- "Y?vr?rpr The Arizona Republican. The Only Paper Botween Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatohes of the Associated Press. VOL. I. PHOENIX, MONDAY MOTtNING-, OCTOBER 27, 1890. NO. 1C2 il it it 11 11 jD, Vast Destruction of City Front Property. People Wildly Excited Over Two Aliirms. Three-Quarters of a Million Vanish in Smoke Ton Thousand Bales of Cotton Hunted. Moiiu.K, Ala., October 20. One of the most disastrous conflagrations ever wit nessed in this city began today about noon in Stewart & Butts' shingle mill, mid was not gotten under control for iivo hours and then only after a favor able chango of wind. Tho lire department and volunteers worked with the utmost valor. Three river steamers, one ocean-going ship, the Mobile and Ohio railroad wharf, cotton-cced oil mills, eight ware houses, three cotton compresses, with probably 10,000 bales of cotton, a big ice factory, a box factory and soveral large coal sheds were destroyed ; ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 27 October 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 27. 1890. THE ARIZONA RFJ11LICAN. ISSUED KVKBY BAY IN THE YEAH HE llEHJBLICAN PUBLISII1XG COMPANY. Eutorod at tho postofttco at l'hivnlx, Arliona as mall matter o( tliu second class. Tub KkfUbmcan has Us own special wike connecting Us offlco direct with San Francisco aud Chlcagj, and through thoso cities with all the great news centers of the world. Besides the Associated Press report it receives more special dispatches every day than any paper west of St. Louis, outsldo of San Francisco. KATES OF SUBSCKimOX: Daily, per week, by carrier ? .25 Dally, per month, by carrior 1.00 lull v. nor month, liv mall Dally, thrco months, by mall Dally, six months, by mall . Dally, one year, by mull ... Weekly, per mouth. ... ... Weekly, per quarter Weekly, per six months .. . Weekly, per year 2.50 MK 10.00 25 75 1.50 2.50 TEKUITOKIAL, KKl'UULIOAN TICKET TOR DELEGATE TO CONdRESS, QEOROE W. CHEYNKY Of Cochise FOR JOINT COUNCILMAN, NORTHERN DI...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 27 October 1890

THE ARIZONA KEPUBMOAN PHOENIX, MONDAY 'MORNING, OCTOBER' -27, 1890. w The Republican hat double the circulation of any other dally newspaper In Arizona, and It the only one Ittued every day In the year. l'rrfrrreil Locals 10 cents per lino first Insertion, and 5 contt per line each subsequent Insertion. All Contract and bills lor advertising paya ble monthly. CALirtlHNIA ON 1VIIEKLS. Tlio lleautlful Kxpoaltlim Hero for Ten 1H)S. From the Journal of Finance. A most telling advertisement of the greatness of California-, nent oil t by tlio Stiito Itonrd of Trade, is now on exhibi tion at tlio Jeraoy Control railroad's de pot at Jersoy City, "California on Wheels," is the name given to this re markable exposition of California's pro ducts. Three vestibuled Pullman cars comprise the freo exhibit of California's fruits, wines, woods and other products. The train of cars left San Francisco on its second eastern trip on December 3, 18S9, and since then has passed through twenty-thrco States...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 27 October 1890

fU THE ARIZONA HBPUBIulOAN, PHCENIX, MONJ3AY MORNING. OCTOBER 27, 1890. I 9 1 NEW COAL FIELDS niscciviiuun in tiik nohtiikun 1'AltT T SONOKA. Vluo Vein of Anthracite Struck nt tho llriitli of Klghty l'ect-Au linmenso lloily of tho Mineral. Correspondence of tho Tucson Star. San Makcial, Sononi, October 18, 1890. Yesterday was an eventful day for this littlo village, which will bo re raoinborcd hereafter, whon a populous eity with its many Industries and busy crowds) shall look back to tho origin of ita greatness. Yestorday tho diamond drill which Col. F. II. Garcia, prcaidont of tho Mexican Coal company who owns tho enormous grunt of 575 square leagues of coal lands in this stato, at tho depth of eighty feot struck a vein of anthracito coal. Tho auger had ponotrated six feet when somo of tho diamonds which had been sot by a country blacksmith, bo cumo loose and drilling was stopped without having passed through tho scant. Tho seekers after coal foolishly keut following the broken re...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 28 October 1890

TMfp "fT lA? w--' , The Arizona Republican The Only Paper Between Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatohes of the Associated Press. VOL. I. PHOENIX, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 28, 1890. NO. 103 , V(iff J( IV The Indian Commissioner's Annual Report. Attorney Cleveland Before the Supremo Court. Important Decision of tlio Inter State Commerce Commission Affecting I'ucillc Lines. Washington, October 27. Commis sioner Morgan, of the Indian Murium, in his annual report, says that for ten years there has been real progress in the right direction in the Indian question, and that the outlook for ttio future is encouraging. It lias become, ho says, the settled policy of the Government to break up reservations and tribal relations, to settle Indians upon their own home steads, Incorporate them into tlio na tional life and to deal with them, not as nations, or tribes, or bunds, but as indi viduals and citizens Thu American Indian is to becomo tlio Indian-A...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 28 October 1890

""mtv"1 - v p ?p- l ''"V 4?V S "It T r ""WW w-'o- -7 "w?! ew THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. PHOENIX, TUESDAY MORNING-, OCTOBER 28, 1890. fclMll S$Sf V & I &" TUB ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. ISSUED BVKKY DAY IN THE YEAK BY THE REI'KICAN MUSIIISG BHIMSV, Entered at tho postolllco at Pha-nlx, Arizona as mall matter of the second class. Tub Republican has Us own special wire connecting Us oltlco direct with San Francisco and Chlcag), and through these cities with all tho great news centers of tho world. Besides the Associated Press report It receives more special dispatches every day than but paper west of St. A Louis, outside of San Francisco. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: Dally, per week, by carrier .25 Dally, per month, by carrier ... ... ... ... 1.00 Dally, per month, by mall l.ui Dally, three months, by mall i.'fl Dally, six months, by mall 5.00 Dally, one year, by mall .... , ,.10.00 Weekly, per month 'J5 Weekly, per quarter . , "5 Weekly, per six months . . ... ... 1.60 Weekly, per year.. . .....

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 28 October 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLIUANj JPMCEN13C. TUESDAY MOENING, OCTOBER 28, 1890. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. The RCPUDUOAN hat double the circulation of any other dally newspaper In Arliona, and It the only one Itiued every day In the year. rrrfrrrvil Local 10 cents por lino first insertion, and 5 cents per lino each subsequent Insertion. All Contracts and bills for advertising paya ble monthly. GIIKVNKY'S CHANCES. Ilrlglit Fronprct Alioait for tlie l(eiu)ll ran Cimillilato fur Delt-gutit. From tlio Nogalas Sunday llorald. When Hon. Ueorgo W. Choynoy was first iiominntud wo thought ho would hnvo hard fight to bo elected j not be muse hu is not u cowl man and an able and competent man, but because wo thought tho Territory Democratic. Within tho past few weeks, however, wo have formed a different opinion. In that thno mo have traveled considerably over tho southern half of tho Territory and now firmly believe that ho will cotno out of tlio contest with a very flattering majority. Wo find ovory where...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 28 October 1890

"f THE ARIZONA BEPtfJSJLtdAN, .PHCENIX, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 28, 1890. A MASTERLY ADDRESS Delivered by Col. Herring Last Evening Enthusiastic Audience .linns the Opera House. A Comprehensive Address Which Wus Listened to With Attention nnd Cheered to tlio Echo. Notwithstanding the diversion by tlio Democrats o( a ineetiiig at Tempo Inst night, l'atton.'s Opera IJouso in tliis city was tilled at an early hour with a largo audience of ladies and gentlemen of l'licenix, to hear Col. William Herring, of Tombstone, on tlio political issues of the day. With American tings for a background and largo size portraits of Abraham Lincoln on thu right of tlio speaker, nnd of Harrison .nnd Hendricks on tlio left, and with a semi-circle of old-tinio He publicans of iMaricopa county in tho rear, Captain Hancock and Colonel Herring advanced to tho front of the stage, whero tlio former, as chairman, ap propriately introduced tlio orator of tlio evening. At tho close of tho introduction bouquets o...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 29 October 1890

Arizona Republican. The Only Paper Between Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that 'Publishes the Full Dispatches of the Associated Press. VOX,. T. PHCENTX, "WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1890. NO. 164 The THE WHITE JIETALI Director Leech's Views on i'cr. Reasons Given for the De cline in Price. An Iiitmrtinl Course Adopted by the Treasury Dispart iiieul in Its Open Purchases. Washington, October 28. Director Leech, of tbu mint, makes a lengthy statement hi regard to treasury pur chases of silver bullion mid the cause of the recent decline in thu nr.-rkct prieo of silver. Ho says: "The treasury method of purchasing silver lms been criticized in these particulars: First, that the largo purchases by the department do not in clude all the silver bought; second, that the Loudon prico is used as tho basis of government purchases and third that bids to the government are on tho decimal system and tend to lavoritisui." In regard to the first criticism lie says the government p...

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 October 1890

MMMBMHtCHH. fW M' Will), uuw WTSS PPPWP 5-,'S-- -n trJT " W'vr tm t fw ;,Vr"w "-i-vy1-- vg,v,nprfrivr''VJnir,vi'N)r-'-n-i iwjrvfuf, t- - THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, "WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, JR90. HPPHNPHHBHHH nun ZONA 1) a i' ISSUED KVKKY HAY IN TIIK YKAU nv THE KEI'UBLICAX PUBLISHING COMPANY, Entered at the postofllce at Phu-nlx, Arizona as mall matter ot the second class. Tint KEi'unncAN has Its own srKcui. wibr connecting ltsotllce direct with am Francisco and Chlcag), and through these cities with all tho (treat news centers ot Iho world Resides the Associated l'ress report It receives more special dispatches every day than any paper w est of St. Louis, outside of San Francisco. KATES OF SURSORIPTIO.V: bally, per week, by carrier ,.J .i'i Dally, per month, by carrier .. Li Dally, per month, by mall l.OO Dally, three months, by mail 2.50 Dally, six months, by mall 6.10 Dally, one year, by mall 10.W Weekly, per month. ... ' Weekly, per quarter . Weekly, per six months ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 29 October 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLIC JAN, PHCENIX. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1890. THE ARIZONA RBPUBUC4N. Tho Repuolioan 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 Una first insertion, and 5 cents per Hue each subsequent insertion. Ml Contractu and bills (or advertising nya bio monthly. A KKVKNOKKUI. CONVICT Tries til Kill Olrl Who Had Hern n Wlt iifftn Against film CmoAOO, Octobor 28. A year ngo Misa Alice Oukcs, who resides with her jiarunts on Wnbavh avenue, testified ngajnst Jiiines I'rencll on n charge of burglary, and upon her testimony he was given n year in the penitentiary. He threatened to get even with the girl when he got out. When released a few days ago lie started tonight to carry Ids threat into execution, lie lay In wait near tho girl's house, and as she appeared darted out, brandishing a long knife, Tho girl ran down street screaming, closely fol lowed by tho would-lw murd...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 29 October 1890

'yfHm', "Vik-p ir-TpT - SfflfijjB- -"-- '-J" . pr,'"v jwiw (i T "y ryzKT-t'w r.-f"S Tr-nw, TWrnj-T,pfflt1FT.J TllK AH1ZONA HEPUBLIOAN, PHCtiNIX, WEDNESDAY MOUNINO. OOl'OBER 29, lt?90. scj?!0PfBi: l A IIAl'I'Y OCCASION M.YKKIAOK OP, I. C. SAK'I i:i,l,i: AMI .miss 111:1, i: KOIUN.HON. Company It. I'lritt llPRhurnt, N A., l'rem'iit1 Compllmmit its 11 Itorty In tho Nouly Unrrlril Couple. John 0. Sartello mid Mia lloleii Uol Inson were united in nmrrisice nt tho residence of YV. J. Murphy, Kcq., yes terday afternoon nt 4 o'clock, Hov. Dr. Pearson ollicintlng. Mr. Sartello is a young man who lias been in his professional capacity asso ciated with tho best lawyers of tho city "awl has laid tho foundation for future success. .Mrs. Sartello is tho amiablo slater of W. II. and II. F. Hoblnsou, twouell known young men of tho city, and has presided in their household with sisterly devotion until fato has decreed her n happy duty, tho queen of another household and tho joy of tin another life. A...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 30 October 1890

wqfgjgFp!'a5ftiSr'? ' 'tffWVf"" W wwmj The Arizona Republican. The Only Paper Between Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatches of the Associated Press. VOL PI-ICElSriX, THURSDAY MOTtNING. OCTOBER 30, 1890. NO. 165 i -y-r nZ,!WJt n Kecipiocity Described as a Mensuro That Will Add Greatly to the Prosperity of tho Nation. burnt Hkm), Intl., October 29. James U Blaine reached here today. Snow was on the ground and nun (ailing, so tint onlv a few ventured out to meet tlio dis tinguished statesman. Nothwithstnnding tho disagreeable weathor, however, a great crowd of peo ple was in town and all that could pas sably crowd into the rink assembled tlicro and gao Mr. Blaine a most en thusiastic reception. Mr. Blaine said that there is no subject so continuously misrepresented in this country ns the tariff, lie would dt-cuss no puticiilur section of tho Mo Kiutey bill, but called tho attention of tho people to tho fact that today they owo their piosperlt...

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

$pppWPH'?f !$$$WfW!!liKFG&jq "ySdg'tWrW'rawvsF'i'r-'i-' T7- iPf vrvi!wppr5Sr,;'dw' ",,,H'j i . j. v" v1' W - (. fT nf?)fi;W,im; gWFTyaiy -?iqwry tlfWW491WK'W'F!TCty4yiiy,)-rr '-jri THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCI3NIX, THURSDAY MORNING, OOTOBER 30, J890. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. 1-aUKD EVERY DAY IN THE YEAH HV THE IIEI'UBLICAN I'UBLlSIIIMi COMPANY. Entered at the )ostotllco at Pluvnlx, Arizona us niiill mutter ol tlie ovconil clas. TlIK ItKrUBUCAN hrtH Its OHII 81'KllAL WIKK connei'tluK iUoillco direct with San FrancNco ami Chicago, uud through these clUc with all tho great nuwa centers of the world. Besides the. Associated l're report It reeehes more special disjiatches every day than any paper w est of St. Louis, outside of San Francisco. RATEd OF SUUSCUUTIOX: Dally, per week, by carrier . . .? .11 Dally, per mouth, by carrier ., 1.1)0 Dully, per mouth, by mall l.W) Dull, three months by mull '-) Dally, six mouth'!, by mall SIX) Dally, one year, by null lu.lH Weekly, per month -3 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. — 30 October 1890

-f-- "T--3-, Pt S-fW?K T - -'-ir'ivr,i'W- wrCTyiv', J ' wr-v J ' $y&rK?fV TttE ARIZONA HEPUBLKJAN, PHCENIX. THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 30, 1890. yjSf -t T- "TtJp' y!-W-"T "1 "'"'"TJC" TZfTTr""'1? j i The Repuolican hat double the circulation of any other dally newspaper In Arizona, and It the only one leaued every day In the year. Preferred, Local 10 rents per line first inertton,andflcents per line each subsequent Insertion. All Contractu and bills for advertising paya ble monthly. Tucson Jottings. From the Tucson Citizen. Theodore Miller, Sergeant of Company I), Tucson Militia, employed at the Southern Paclllc shops, had his right i..inl Ifullv nrnulifwl l.v imiim pniuht in the cogs of n nmehino yesterday. Anton Meyer, one of Tucson's old residents, a Imker by trade, who started tl,n tlrst. lmL-iTV iii thin citv. died at Ilia homo on Mover street yesterday after noon at 4 o ciook, 01 uroncuuis. Deputy Marshal M. M. llickey last night brought in a Mexican named Alonzo Salazar, a...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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