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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 30 October 1890

THE ARIZONA. REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, THURSDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 30, 1890. LOCAL HURVITIKS. Tlio Hoard of Supervisors) hnv d Jdurned until November 5. Tho District Court will convene on tho Tliuraday alter election. A, car load of coal oil was received yesterday by Tantau it Kcllner. Tho V. C. T. U. mot yesterday at tlio Washington Street M. K. church. A number of tho Democratic candi dates spoke at Cavo Creok last night. Four more ears of lumber came in for Holmes, Gregory ft Lindsay yesterday. William Donderant takes a load of supplies to tlio Castlo Creek Mino today. A load of merchandise wont out to Tonto Itasin for Urouso & Webb yester day. Tho annual stockholders meeting of tho different canal companies will bo hold on November 1. By order of Captain It. G. Andre, tlKio will bo no drill this owning of Company 11, First Hegimont N. O. A. A boy created considerable amuse ment yesterday around the Commercial Hotel by riding a bucking burro without a bridle. Several prisoners, in t...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 31 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. PHOENIX, FRIDAY MOBNINa, OCTOBER 31, 1890. 1STO. 166 WI-IICI-I IS THE DELEGATE TO CONGKRESS AND WHICH ARE THE WHAM ROBBERS? Minn Civil Service View of Cam paign Contributions. A Death Closely Follows a Wedding. Diplomatic Correspondence From Chill President Harrison Going; Homo to Vote. Wamiinoton, October 30. A well known Republican lender, connected with tho Congressional campaign com mittee, has received from Civil Service Commissioner Roosevelt, a contribution of $50, to bo used for legitimate campaign expenses in any Congressional district where needed. Tho commissioner also has sent a contribution in aid of the Democratic cause. In conveisation today, Hoosovelt says: "Clerks aro as much nt liberty to con tribute to one party as to another, nnd they nro perfectly safe and freo to mako no contributions, if they so prefe...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 31 October 1890

j THIS ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCEN1X, FRIDAY MORNING-, OCTOBER 31, 1890. h THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. 1S3UE1) KVEHY DAY IN THK YEAR DY THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. Entered at tho postofflce at l'lucnlx, Arizona as mall matter of tlio second class. Tiik Kkfublican has Its own special wiue connecting Us offlco direct with San Francisco and Chlcagj, and through thcso cities with all tho great nows centers of the world, Besides tho Associated Press report It receives moro special dispatches every day than any paper west ol St. Louts, outsldo of San Francisco. KATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: Dally, per week, by carrier i .25 Dally, per month, by carrier 1.00 Dally, per month, by mall 1.00 Dally, three months, by mall 2.50 Dally, six months, by mall 5 00 Dally, one year, by mall 1000 Weoklr. Dor month Weekly, per quarter .... , 75 Weekly, per six months 1.50 Weekly, per year , 2.50 TKItltlTOKIAI. UKl'UIILICAN TICKET FOR DELEC1VTK TO CONO.RI93, QEOllUE W. CHEYNEY Of Cochlso FOB JOINT COUNCILMAN, N...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 31 October 1890

wl THE ARIZONA REPUBLIUAN, FHCEN1X. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 31, 1890. ) The Republican has double the circulation of any other dally newspaper In Arizona, and It the only one Ittued every day In the year. Preferred Local 10 J'ents per lino first Insertion, and 5 cents per lino each subsequent insertion. All Contract and bills (or advertising paya ble monthly. llALLYMWMT Convincing Addresses From Republican Speakers. A Strong Speech Made by Governor Powers. Zulick Held Up to Scorn llccitnl of Needed Reforms in Terri torial Management. Lust evening Hon. R. 0. Powers and Territorial Treasurer John Y. T. Smith went out to Cartwriglit Scliooi House, eight miles from l'luunix, wlioro n Republican rally had been advertised. A largo audiunco, for tlio most part composed o( farmers, was in attendance and listened to tho nddrcsscs with at tention and evident approval. Governor Powers was tho first speaker. Ho Was introduced by II. 11. Urcen, chairman of tho meeting, and spoke substantially as...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 31 October 1890

r -19r9- Tyywpuli-ff " T,"" ,Tyw'&r,-rWTryssr--- THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 31, 1890. mi ll.VIl J M Tho Opora House Packed Last Nitrht. o Great Enthusiasm Manifested liy tho Peoplo. Jiulffo Webster Street Delivers iv Telllm Address Kd S. dill on Territorial Affairs. Tho most enthusiastic political meeting of tho campaign was held last night. At 7:30 o'clock ration's opera house was filled from pit to gallery with tho representative intellicenco of tho com munity. Many Indies graced tho house and tho best of order was maintained throughout the evening. Applauso and cheers met the argu ments offered and evidenced tho con viction they carried, and, beforo tho clo?o, tho universal sympathy of tho audience. A number of prominent Hepublicans sat upon the stage. Henry L. Wharton acted as Chair man and witli a short introductory ad dress introduced tho first speaker of the evening, lion. Wobater Street, who said in substance,: "My speech will bo confined in...

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

VOL I River i ti I 1 Mill Ocean Steamer Run Down by a Schooner s Both of the Vessels Sink at Once Shocking Loss ol Life Only a Few Rescued Meager Dotaila of the Wreck Rocolvcd New Yoiik October 31 Tho Spanish steamship Vizcnyu was run into off llarnegat by tin unknown schooner yes terday Doth vqsJls sank The captain nmd sixty passengers on the steamer were lost The chief officer second ofRcor sur geon one engineer nnd oiglit of tho crow were picked up So far as is known these are tho only persons out of a orow and passenger list of eighty six on io Yizcaya and tho crew of tho unknown schooner that have been saved It it feared that all others are lost and that I bo list will number up to eiehty if not more Tiio details are- meager Tho Yizcaya left New York yesterdaj afternoon for Havana with nine regular passengers and a crow of ioventy soven It is thought that thdni were somo others on board not in the lint At 830 Thurnlay ovening a large four masted schtoner hove in sight and immed...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 1 November 1890

a J I lr 15 f R I Wrt J J TOE ARIZONA REPiUCAf 1S3UKD KVKHY PAY IN Till V J A It THE REPUBLICAN PUBUS111XG dlMf Enteled at the postofflce at rhreniij Arlsojj ai idmi matter 01 mo second ciaes Thk Kkpubucam hat Its own nMtflAL wilts connecting its omce direct with Sail trauclsb and Chicago and through thee cltie with lil tho great news centers of the wwaj Dtsidca the Associated Press report It receives njofe ipecUl dlspatohes every day than any paper west of jt Imis outside Of Sun Francisco 1 i - f RATK3 OF SUtlSCKUTlOtfr Dally per week by carrier Ki Dally per month by carrier mi 1D0 Dally per month by mall lW Dally throe months by mall Mw 1W Dally six months by mail - 5 W Dally one year by mall 1000 Weekly per month v 25 Weekly per quarter 75 Weekly porsu mouths 150 Weekly peryear 250 TIJUlUTOItlAI UKIUIIMCA TIOKKT rOR DMJKHTI TO VOMOREfl OEOKQK W CHKYNKY Of Coehlw rOR JOT iT CODNClLMiM NOKTIIKKN DISTWCT J Jt W MOOItK il Yavapai rOB JOIJfT COUNCILMAN PjOUTUKE DISTRICT IV F NICHOLS 4...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 1 November 1890

OlWMUtn 11 ARIZONA JElDjLlCAN The RepuEilioan hat double the circulation of any other dally liewspaper In Arizona and the only one luied every day In the yean Preferred Local JO cents por ling lint insertion and 6 centa per line each subsequent Insertion All ControoU and lilUt for advertising paya ble monthly SHERMAN AND EOIlAKEIl AIHHtKSS THK YOTKUS AT CINCIN NATI OHIO The Senator Hold That Pension Should Vary According to Lnnctli of Service and Extent of Disability Cincinnati Octpr 81 Thoro wna it great mass meeting o Kepubllcnns last night at Music Hall Senator Sherman and Governor ForaTter spoke The Senator in his speech held that soldiers should receive pensions accord ing to length of service and oxtent of disabilities He Mid that silver ond farm products would nppreciato in valuo as tho result of the silver bill and that the McKinloy bll would accomplish what it promised Its free list ho said covers imports valued at 865000000 yearly Speaking of tho workings of the Houso unde...

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

6- fj rv is Ca rvr i IV W 4 V - it ft tt Ml Mark Smiths Treachery Exposed Soiling Out tho Settlers of This Valley Working1 Secretly in the Interests of tho Land Grunt Claimants Head and Itcfloct Facsimile o Head ot the Bill Slat CONORE33 IT lfiKQ k the iiousx 0 kkfbissntativis January 13 1890 Read Twice Referred to the CornmitUe on Private Land Clatins and Ordered To Be Printed Mb Smith of Arizona introduced the follow ing bill A B1U To promote the speedy settlement of private laud claims in Now Mexico an I Arizona In March of 1888 the settlers ol tho Salt and Gila valleys assembled in mats meeting and passed resolutions colling on Mr Smith to recede from his posi tion in supporting bills to create a com mission for tho settlement of the grant question in Arizona then before Con gress Tho resolution was offered by Mr Farish and unanimously adopted This resolution was printed and circulated through the Territory accompanied by a letter signed by J W Evans W J Murphy and T E Farih all...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 2 November 1890

VOL I KT 1M Secretary Blaine Speaks in Philadelphia He Urges Republicans to Stand Mrm Prediction Mado That as Pennsyl vania Goes This Election So Goes the Union in 1892 IniiADKiiMiiA Pa Noveinbor 1 Secretary Blaiue arrived this afternoon and received n groat ovation at tlio Academy of Mueic Mr Blaine in his speech at the Acad emy referring to the campaign in Penn sylvania said Do yon suppose tho great freo trado papers in New York and elsewhere throughout tho Union would care to follow up Mr Delamator on personal charges if thoy did not have somo great purposo beyond If thoy elect Mr Pattison it would bo a pro digious gain to tho cuso of freo trade and a loss to tliu cause of protection Pennsylvania is not only the Key stone Stato of tho Union but even in a greater sense is tho keystone of tho causo of protection If alio falls back now w hen the tariff is on its severest trial tho free traders will think they see an easy road to tho Pnaidencv in 1892 I want to remind you especially ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 2 November 1890

PI jgiT m sr M r V U HL l J i t f w a J I si ft jp 1 r lit 4f i I fl I 1 9 ttl X rsi L 0 V It 1 TilRiziriiEfUBuaN t ISSUED KVBRY DAY IN IHE YEAR THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMlANV Entered at the postoffice at Plircnlx Arizona at mull matter of the socond etas Tub Republican has its own smut wins connecting iti office direct with San Francisco and Chlcag and through thesei cities With all the great news centers of the world Besides the Associated Press report It receives more special dispatches every day than any piper west ot Bt Louis outside of Ban Francisco RATES OK SUBSCRIPTION Dally per weok by carrier 21 Dally per month by carrier lou Dally per month by mail luo Dally three months bymAll 250 Dally six months by mall 6 00 Dally one year by mall 1000 Weekly per month 25 Weekly per quarter 75 Weekly per six months 160 Weekly peryear n 260 TKIUUTOIUAL KEIUltLIOAN TIVICUT TOa DEUtOATK TO COJMRISS GEORQK YY CHEYNEY Ot Cochise roil JOINT COUNCILMASC HOKTIIKRN DISTRICT J M W MOORE Of Ya...

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

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN Tho Republican M double thn circulation of any othor dally ncpper In Arizona and 1 tho only one llsued evory day In the year Preferred IochIs 0 Cents por ltua first insertion and Soenu por lino each subsequent insertion VII Contracts an 1 bills tor advertising paya ble monthly STKIU IKOOUCTION flratlfylne Incrento nf the Industry In lite United States Washington Novmbor 1 A prelimi nary report of the Census Bureau shows tho total production of steel in tho United States during tjio last flbcnl yenr tolmvo been t4C0P2i tons compared with 1145711 toils during tho year ended May 81 18ft0n increase of 3321 251 tons or 290 pfer font There has been a Iiko heavy increase in all Muioties of stcol products and tho Tuited States now leads all other coun tries in tho lunnufaeturo of UeBsomer steel rails tho output durinn tho past llscal year being 2036034 tons an in creaso of 1215179 tons over the year ended May 31 law A NKW GOi CONIM Kith Find of Irrrlcim Jllneniln In I...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 2 November 1890

I ii I TI IK ARIZONA REPUBIslOAlSl PH05N1X SUNDAY lVtOtf JLtfJ itfOVDMJtfKR 2 iffoo M M r -- m rnrrw nWI IIVTTUU litul ilirpptnrn Wlllinm nhHstv W HKir ADVJCUTISKaiJSNTg sai t i ii ni iii pjii km n i T - J Murphy M ii Slierman W JJ v y - Hsjt wiler J W Evans J Harbort B N i at m r K fr liK v i j t i r r v fc as- IV Is V 1 h V DEMOCltATH 1IOMJ A FAIBIY AT TENDED MEETING Hut Ziillek U Away and tlio lcrlonu anoe Is IncouijiKlo Several Curious iSoeechei Mario At Pattons Opera House -last night tho Domocrata held forth to if fairly well tilled house tho audience having been drawn together by a Democratic handbill announcing tho intended ex position of Kepublican rascalities It looked a littlo queer UJ see tho Democratic speaker take thjir places to address a Democratic audience be tween the portraits of Abraham Lincoln and Harrison and Morton but euch was tho case for tho stage decorations had not been changed sinco tho able addresses delivered trora the Himo stage by Colonel William Her...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 3 November 1890

VOL I lrp it i rri 1 riii the irajisriis Arrive in Now York City Yesterday Morning Tlioy Desire Cash ioi Politi cal Purposes Ouly Donations to the Faniino Fund Would bo Suro to Eudiin the Landlords Pockets New York Novonibor 2 William OBrien and wlfo T 1 Sullivan and wife John Dillon and Timothy Harring ton arrived thia morning on the steamer La Champagne A reception committee representing various Irish socitios mot them at tho quarantino and when the steamer ar rived at tho dock u reception was held alter which tho visitors wont to tho Hoffman House Governor Hill was ono of tho first to call upon them He warnily welcomed them to tho city and state und expressed eympathy with thoir cause Ho signed his narao to an address of welcomo pro pared by Irish societies and Mayor Grant did tho saiao Eugone Kelly and Joseph J ODonohuo was also among tho cullers In a talk with tho newspaper ruon OBrien said that out of forty by-elections hold in Great Britain since the as sembling of tho presen...

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 November 1890

rajsjvT f if LV lT R x v B KM s p it- fe p -- i BV - - w 9mm PUD ZONA ISSUED EVKRY DAY 111 THE YEAR by THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANV - - - Entered at the pojtolllco at Fiucnlx Arliona as mall matter ot the second class Tit IlKruBucAM Km its orxa wjjcial Wut connecting its office direct with Saa Franclsco ana umcag and through those cities with all the great news centers of thevrorld Besides the Associated Press report It reciilves wore special dispatches every day than an paper west ol St Louis outside of San Francisco RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION pally per week by carrier 1 25 Dal ypermonthbycarrier loo Dally per mouth byinull it lix pajlythree months by mall- 2IW Daiyslx mouths by mall C 5U0 pally one year by mall 4 1000 Weekly per month v 25 Weekly perquarter 75 Jjeekly perslxmonths tt 150 Weekly per year 250 TKKBITOltlAI HErUlliaOAN XICKICT FOB DKUCOITI TO C0NQ1H1S GEORGE W CHEYNEY 0f Cochise MR JOINT CO0NC1L5J1M HOSTIISBN DISTRICT j ai mooiib Of Yavapai FOR JOIKT COUWCIWAN 80IJTHK...

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

il T Willcox and Globe Stage fiHiliriiWiWilWiMaiilimt il The Repubuoan hat doubts the circulation of any other dallynewpper In Arizona and i the only on Issued every day In the year Preferred Locals 10 cents per line Ant Insertion and 5 cents per line each subsequent Insertion All Contract and blU for advertising paya ble monthly - - NEW - - i Bancrofts j j iilustrateS - ijTAH Mormonisni and Polygamy IUs xx Last Afisabed Ill the only true history of Mormontim pub lished It li taken from K00 different authorities It Is tho work of a master hand it CONTAINS A Qraphlc Account of the Terrible Mountain Meadow Massacre The Haun Mill Tragedy The Aiken Murder The Assassination of the Prophet The Danlte Association or Destroying An gels etc It Coitim t Brillitit Biogrjpkr it BRIGHAK 100X0 The Mysteries of Polygamy are handled as the lubject was never handled before The work Is powerful fascinating It has all tho attraction ot a romance The illustrations are a special feature and form in them...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 3 November 1890

to i I v4 B if HG w t -1 LOCAL BREVITIES Good Templars incot tonight Tomorrow will bo election day Tho streets wore quiet yesterday There waa no discussion ot politics A grand final llepubUwri rally will bo held tonight at tho oporajnouso There has been very Htle business in tho Police Court lately There will bo a rousing final rally by the Republicans at Pattona opfcru houso tonight Tho roads in tho country nrU very dusty and tho Btreots of tho city la tho same condition Davis tho undertaker tins moved Ills collin parlors but retuliUi hia ollico in tho Gregory building The young basoballlsti known ns tho Lemon Hotel nine and Mexlcanoi played a game yeatordayj Deputy Marshal Blankomhip yeater day arrested u Chinaman or stealing and two Americans for carrying weapons A special train will ruri from Tempo tins evening carrying ireo an uioue aire to attend tho Republican rally at tho opera honeo Return will be made after tho meeting A fine roast turkey dinner with cran berry sauco and o...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 4 November 1890

The Arizona Republican l I a I i iniiMiiiii iii ii ii ii i ii mi i i 11111111 i i hi i m iii nm i i i ii i i By VOL I 1 Telegraphic Forecasts From ii es Farmers iUliunce Prominent in the East An Element of Uncertainty Appear- iuff in Nearly Evory State San Francisco Nov 3 Tho election to bo held In California tomorrow will bo for governor Uoutenant governor chief justico and threo associate justices of the supremo court comptroller treas urer and a numboi of other Stato officers as well as six members of Congress Tho members of tho Legislature aro also to be elected and more than an ordinary degree of interest is taken in this lattor contest as a United States Senator Is to bo elected at tho next session of tho leg islature to succeed Leland Stanford Republican Besides tho regular Republican and Democratic tickets tho American and Prohibition parties havo formed a com bination and placed a State ticket in tho field and tho United Labor party is also represented in tho Stato contest ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 4 November 1890

TUB ARIZONA REPUBLICAN ISSUED KVBRY DAY IN THE YEAH by THE REPUBLICAN IUIIUSIHXG COMPANY Entered at the postoffluo at Mural Arizona aa mall matter of the second class Tuk IUrunucAN has Its own sriruL wirk connecting Us office direct with Pan Francisco and Chicago and through these cities with all the great newt centera of the world Ilesldos the Associated Press report It receives miiro special dispatches every day than any paper west ot St Louis outside ol SanTranclsco fWMmRMznmmvM KATES OK BUItStiBUTlOK Aany yis Hire uj vaiiiut Dally per mouth by carrier Look out for repeaters Ciieynky and statehood iSitrfeyHj HB 25 10 Dally per mouth by mall i 1U Dally three months by mall 210 Dally six months by mall MO Dally one year by mall ri 100 Weekly per month 13 Weekly per quarter 75 Weekly peralx months lHl Weekly perycar 2UI TKitniToniAr ukpuhlioan ticket rOB DXLIQATS TO COMOBEll QKOROE V CHEYNEY Of Cochlw FOB JOINT C0UNC1UUN NORTHKRH DISTB1CT J M W UOOHK Of Yavapai FOB JOINT COUNCILMAN ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 4 November 1890

II ARIZONA HESCANT Ths Repuouoan has double the circulation of any other dally newspaper In Arizona and i the only one Ittued eery day In tht year Preferred Locals 10 cents per line first Insertion and 5 ceata r line each subsequent Insertion U Contracts and bills ior advertlsini paya ble monthly j llOItllEI AVELLS FAltaO Pennsyltvnln llurclar AVho Chose an Opportune Time fur Their Work Pa November 8--At a lato hour tonight two men knocked at tho door of WolIs FtirRos express bfllce whilothe agent wua countin trionoy lie admitted them and was at onco seUcd bound and gauged The men secureq from the open safe money to tho amount from 6100 to 10000 They left hhn bound on the ollico floor but altera time hosucceoded in getting looao and giving the alurm - A DESPERADO KILLED The Famous liud MuCoy Is Dropped by a Member of the Hatfield Gone Elkhorn W Va November 3 Bud McCoy leader of the notorious McCoy pong waa killed near Tennis Camp Logan county Friday evening by a man named Dcmpsey of...

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