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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 8 June 1890

- i , 7 T. -,- The Arizona Republican The Only Paper Between Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatches of the Associated Press. VOL. I. PHOENIX, SUNDAY MOTtNINGr, JUNE 8, 1890. NO. 21 "i&r EI Final Vote Taken on the vpr "Rill i Vi JX But One Democrat Votes in Favor of It. Eight Republicans Go with the Democrat Against the Kill on the Final Itoll Call. By the Associated Press. Washington, Juno 7. In the Scnato this morning tho Committee on Mili tary Affairs reported adversely the bill authorizing tlie President to place upon the retired list of the army with thu rank and pay of Brigadier-General any General of tlio late war in command when one or more battles were fought and won and who was promoted for gallant and meritorious service in tlio field and who by assignment of tho President commanded n military de partment or district. Both tho Secre tary of War and tlio Commanding General of tho Army opposed thu bill and it was indefinitely os...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 8 June 1890

Jg&9 4 THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FHCENIX, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 8. 1890. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. , the mum miuskg company. Published Every Day in tho Year. K.T1:H OK BlUlSCHIlTION. Dally, per week, by carrier ..I .i"i Dally, cr month, by carrier .. .. ... MM Dally, per month, by mall 1.00 Dally, three months, by mall . -M Dally, six months, by mall . ... .. .MM Daily, oho year, by mall. , 1U.K1 Weekly, per month . '-" Weekly, pernuarter . .7A Weekly, per six months , ., 1M Weekly, per year -.''0 Entered at the postofllcc as matter of the second class. ADVKltTISINO ItATKS. 5 53 ,n so 5 !5 M 6 3 .: St' So -Ri 2 "3 h3 a i" 1 Inch 2 Inch 3 Inch 4 Inch 11.00 i ay .5011 ,7J!J 00 U 00 1.00, 2.W 5.50 3.00 7.50 so 00 ft) 00 flO 00 M 3 Ml 10.00 4 00 12.50 5.00 15 00 0.0017,50 6 ft) 20 00 7,00,22 00 7.50 21.00 8,ft),2rt.00 9,0028 00 9,50 'SO 00 lrt.ft) 32 00 5 Inch Cinch 7 Inch 8 Inch Inch Si! 50 ?.1 15., r.i 8 75, 8 00 9 00 00 ft) 00 00 ft) 10.00 10, ft) 11.00 31.00 0011 oou ft) 12,00 M 00 f...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 8 June 1890

THE 'ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENIX, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1890. will inioiii A Rich Section of Mining Country. Sketch of- the Koute of the North and South lload. Fine Veins of Ore Tributary to Phoiulx Will He Reached by tlio Line. Now that tlio railroad seems to be among the things that are sure to be, it is well to take n glance along the pro posed route and to note the capabilities of the country through which it will pass. The line will leave tho fanning coun try.but a dozen miles or so from Phoenix. It will run for nearly tho whole dis tance to Prcscott through a richly-mineralized section, embracing tho White Tanks, Centennial, Vulturo and other mining districts, the famous Wicken burg and Antelope placer diggings, tho Congress mine and other districts that Ho along tho road until Prcscott is reach ed. There is ono group ot mines, lying a few miles to the northwest of the Vulture, that will be especially benefitted bv tho construction of tho road. They are owned by William N. O...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 8 June 1890

ijvr-''"-' THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, SUNDAY MORNING-, JUNE 8. 1890. HiHHHHHmKt-v Hull1 Ik1 ' r ' i mi SSik Wit It VALLEY ORCHARDS. Some of (ho Wonders of This Beautiful Region. A Pleasant Drive Along Grand Avenue. What Can Ho Seen on Any Sunny Afternoon The. Delight of a Tarty of Strangers. In Grand iivenuo l'liiunix has all tho requisites for the creation of a beautiful drive. A reporter for The Kki'Uuucan was out on the aenue yesterday afternoon, with a party of people who are strangers in Fhamix, and the entiro party were charmed with the. drive. Passing through three miles of alfalfa fields, many of them dotted with (looks of fat cattle, horses and hogs, with here and there a snug farm houhe, surrounded by grassy lawns and ornamental and fruit-bearing trees, the road led by boveral vegetablo gardens and at ono place was passed a strawberry lied, showing that people who live in Arizona can have good houses with as many comforts and luxuries as are enjoyed in the Eastern St...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 9 June 1890

The Arizona Republican The Only Paper Between Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatches of the Associated Press. VOL. I. PHCENIX, MONDAY MORNINGK JUNE 9, 1890. NO. 22 h wiro A Shooting Affray at Los Angeles. Printer Drowned in Seattle Harbor. Stiikluff Iron Moulders Attack and Heat the Foreman of the ltisdou Iron Works. By the Associated Press: Los Anoei.es, June 8. Jestta Figueron and Joo Yosba quarreled at San Gabriel tliis afternoon and Yosba fired two shots with a revolver at Figueron, one ball taking effect in the Intter's stomach and causing a wound which it in thought will prove, fatal. Yosba gave himself up to a constable at Alhniubra and was brought to thil city. He said he had the quarrel with Figueron over a game of cards. That Figueron followed him with a knife and that ho fired in belt defense. This ver sion of the affair is corrolorated by a man who saw the shooting. The latter, however, declars that the real cause of the trouble...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 9 June 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. PHCENIX. MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 9, X890. ft ft; s& t - l ? ! sir JSf. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. ruhlislied Every Dav in tliu Year. UVTUM OK HUimC'KII'llUX. Dally, pcrwoek, bycarrlcr ,.$ iuuy, r inoiiwi, uy currier. Dally, per mnnth, liy mall . . Dally, three month, liy mull Dally, nix months, liy mall Dally, one year, by mall. ... Weekly, per month Weekly, per mmrter . . . Weekly, per iix months . Weekly, per j ear Entered at the jKKtolllco i second class. MM .. . MX) i.V) MO . ,. . HUM , 'J.) . . ,. .7-. .M 2.30 matter or the ADVKUTIHlNn ItATKH. m Spa X da 5i w 3"B' I 1 Inch 1.301 r'Jti n.i'ti ' I.H)!1.7VJ 001 00 2 Inch i.w, l.fio l.asi 1.50 1.75) 2,00 .ij, 1.75 00 2.2.1 2,50 5 rn 3 00 7.50 a Inch 4 Inch .".Inch Cinch 7 Inch 8 Inch 2.21 2.75 3.25 4 00 2.50 .100 A 50 4.50 5.00 5 oil r. oo fi.50 7 50 8 00 1.7.1 '.'.00, 2 25 2.W 2.75, 3.00 3 00 3.50 3.50 4.00 4.00 1.50 3.2.1 3.75 4 75 5.50 fl tXI C.50 3 50 10 Oil 4 01) 1J.50 a...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 9 June 1890

THE ARIZOKA REPUBLICAN, FHOENTX, MONDAY MORNING, JTJSTE 9.1890, 1. Services Held at Four of I hem Yesterday. .Rev. Downs of Tempe, Fills the Methodist Pulpit. (JNt of the Sermons by Rev. Pear son, thcKpIscopal, anil Rev. Kick crson, the flautist Ministers. Tho Ffmcstant Episcopal, Methodist, llnptist and Christian churches held servicefe ycstenlay. Despito tho warm weather the attendanco averaged well. Kev. Downs of Tempe, filled the pulpit of the Methodist church in tho morn ing, presenting a discourso upon "Prayer." Kev. Ingrain filled tho pulpit of tho Christian church, choosing for tho sub ject of his evening lecture, "Man." At Trinity Episcopal church an es pecial feature of the morning service was tho music, Prof. M. M. Harris sang the baritono solo, "Keating in Jesus." Kev. It. W. Pearson selected hia text from Hebrews xii:l, upon "the christian kick." Tho reverend gentleman divided his discussion of tho subject into two heads: First, tho obligation set forth by tho text to l...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 9 June 1890

'1 M - 1 -rf1 THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENIX, MONDAY MORNING-, JUNE 9, 1890. ; k- It TM. ', , r.r ; &. f 'i ii. POLICE PICKINGS. An Vnunually Lnrfre Number of .Vrrr1 Made Yesterday. Tho city police force did u rushing business j catcrdny. Tho threshing crows won in town celebrating the holy Sabbath and con ducting their celebration in a manner not exactly according to law. Karly this morning a Gorman vt-oman of easy morals came rushing to Jailor l.insey and demanded tlio arrest of ono Vicento Sotello, who, she claimed, bad assaulted her. Her dress, nearly torn from her back, was fair proof of the charge, so Mi. l.insoy took the Castlllian gentleman into charge. Marshal Illankonship, during the course of the day, gently assisted a number of drunk and disorderlies into safe quarters in tho cage. Their names are: l'lacido ligucroa, Manuel Garcia and Ygnacio Juarez. Francisco Moreno and Jose Maria ltuiz were also gathered in upon a chargo of sleeping on the pub lic street. The tria...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 10 June 1890

The Arizona Republican. The Only Paper Between Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatches of the Associated Press. PHCENIX, TUESDAY MOTOSTHSTG, JUNE 10, 1890. NO. 23 VOL. I. SLYffi IN THE SENATE Mr. Teller Introduces the House Bill. Stewart Waiits the Vote Friday. Final Vest Speaks for His Prohibit Monopoly Transportation of Measure to in the Cattle. By the Associated Press: AVasihnuton, June . Senator Call oircrctl a resolution, which was referred to the committee on foreign relations, requesting tho President to institute negotiation with Spain for such modifi cations of treaties as will enable Ameri can cattle to be shipped from Florida andelsewhcioin tho United States to Cuba. Tho silver bill was then taken up and Mr. Cockrell addressed tho Senate. Ho said all tho benefit that could bo claimed for tho proposed bill was that tho Sec retary of the Treasury would bo com pelled to purchase $500,000 worth of silver every month more than he now h...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 10 June 1890

I3K r " ' " THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. PHCENIX. TUESDAV MORNING, JUNE 10, 1890. fc 9-, fir -, 1 r THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. the raimijaisjSaiN'c comvanv. l'ubliHlicd Every Day in tho Yenr. llATKri OK HlUIM'ltilTION. Dally, per week, ly carrier t .2" Dully, per month, by carrier ,, l.u) Dally, per mouth, by mull , ... 1.00 Pally, three mouths, by mall ... , 'J.'iO Iially, six months, by mall , , MKl Daily, one year, by mall . ... , 101V1 Weekly, per month , .... .n". Weekly, permiarter 7 Weekly, per klx mouths , 1..V) Weekly, perjear 2..W Entered at tho postolTlco as matter of tho second class. AUVKKTISING 11AT1CS. 1 Inch 2 Inch .1 Inch 4 Inch 3 Inch Cinch J Inch 6 Inch finch 11 In.. 1J In. 13 In. 11 In. 1 1 In. ." "i 5s 23' i "I ! , oo 1.50. .7S'1 Wl.2Vl.SOI(71 U Ml 01 t.W I ! 1.5U' 1.7V 2 00 2.2 1 2..V) ft W 1.50 W 2.2JI 2..') 2.7J ,i :7J 2M, 2.751 3.00 3.2i l r.il n ..' n fn1 t n J.W il.Wi a -Wi -I IV 3 00 3.50 J CH 4..rO 1.M! 4. CO 4 so : 00 3.7i 4.M 6.00 3..'i0 4.00 ft.OOl 3.30 1 50....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 10 June 1890

THE AltlZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 10, 1890. BEFORE THEIR PEERS. KE.ASSKMBLIIia OF THE DIST1UCT COUKT VK9TKRDAY. A Number of Cr Called Up ami Set for Trll- Murder Ctuu on the Docket. The District Court met in adjourned session at 9 o'clock yesterday morning. Tlio venire of thirty jurors was called, but about one-half wero absent, many offering sicknc-s as an excnso. An ad ditional venire of twelvo was ordered. The llrst case up for attention was that of John Toole, charged with hav ing, while carrying an axo, made an as sault upon one William Collins near Pluvnix alwut flvo months ago. Ho was arraigned and plead not guilty. The trial was set for today. i Foliciana Ruiz, charged with an ag gravated battery, was arraigned and was given until today to plead. Trial of the case was set for June 10. This case is one growing out of the troubles at the West End house last winter, the assault having been made upon Mrs. Julia Doheney, ono of the claimants for the possessi...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 10 June 1890

I 1 IZfifyWT.?. ,TT f- V-i.JJW , .. -. , THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENIX, TUESDAY MORNJINC, JUNE 10, 1890. K - &. iA-f i $?; 1T -- LV ' v. & &. . ;j$:' ircfW fr ' '. LOCAL BREVITIES. Travel on the railroad is light. Apricots, very good lit quality aro now freely offered at three cents per pound. Tho Governor today conuniHMioncd as a notary puhlic, V. A. Harwood, post master at Tombstone. Tho romains of Kulph K. Patton, in fant son of Elmer Patton, were fol fowed to the grave yesterday afternoon hy a largo number of friends of the fam ily. Well, Fargo & Co., nro carrying from Phujnix this mouth a largo amount of fruit, principally apricots and plums, consigned to various points in Southern Arizona. W. L. George & Sons have secured tho contracts for carrying tho mail from this place to 1'rescott by both Wicken burgand Black Canyon routes. They will take ehargo on July 1. The Trustees of tho Firo Department meet this evening in a financial session. They will also ma...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 11 June 1890

The Arizona Republican The Only Paper Between Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the' Full Dispatohes of the Associated Press. VOL. I. PHCENIX, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 11, 1890. NO. 24 J M Teller and Sherman Have a Lively Tilt. W Hie Colorado Man Waxes Warm in Debate. it Occurs Over the Silver Coinage Hill PostoiHco Appropyla t ions Pass the House1. Bit the Attociated Pre; Washington, June 10. Senator Ed munds introduced a bill in tho Semite providing that all funds or other prop erty belonging to the Church of Jesus Christ and hatter Day Saints shall be devoted to (he benefit of tho public or common school in Utah. Tho House Silver bill was referred to tho finance committee. Tho Senate Silver bill was then taken up. Unani mous consent was given, at tho request of Senator Jones of Nevada, that, after :t o'clock Friday next, debate should be limited to live minutes by any Senator on tho question. Senator Sherman expressed opposition to Mr. Plumb's amendment...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 11 June 1890

.'J- rf TffV)n,tfl4!-IWK-1V rtlWWWrirW(r THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. PHCENIX. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 11, 1890. THE ARIZONA REI'UBUCAN. the nmmicAN mmm company. Published Every Day in the Ycnr. It.VTKH OK 8Ul)CmniOK. Daily, per week, by carrier f .25 Dally, pvrmonlh, ly carrier... l.(X) Dally, per month, ty mall IUI Dally, tlireo montliK, by matt ... ., Ml Dally, six month", by mult .MX) Dally, one) ear, by malt 1UU) Weekly, per month , '2S Weekly, permiarter .... 7 Weekly, per six mouths, ,.. M Weekly, per) ear . .,. '-"0 Entered at the postofllce as matter of the second class. ADVKKTISINO KATES. In.. 12 in.. 13 In.. 14 In.. 15 In.. ( 16 In.. ( 17 In.. ( 18 In.. 19 III., 20 In.. I Col. The ltepiilillrnn believes In strictly one prtco (or advertMiiK, and accordingly It pub lishes Us rates In full, and exactly an they are. Special position ads 25 per cent, extra. l'referre.1 Locals 10 cents per line first insertion, and 5 cents per Hue each subsequent insertion. All Contracts and bills f...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 11 June 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENIX, WEDNESDAY MORNING-, JUNE 11, 1690. ! . ALL FOR LQVtE; ,FroftHloruil CnrdH. 18 l -I I L I JU PROPOSALS HOTKM. ,MIUUKK AN1 SUICinK IN CONNKCTICUT. A .lettluiu Swalii Ktal.it IIU Klvl Hml Upon Learning lie Cmnnot Live Ue the Knife on lllnuelf. Ti:kmmitox Conn., June. 10. A stab bing affray occurred at Harwington, a town a few miles from here, last night, which will probably result in the death of two young men. The stabbing was the result of a dis pute over a young lady residing in Har wlngton, Miss Jennio Hall. Tho prin cipals in tho affray aro Waldo T. Latham, aged 22, of Watorbury, and Leslie Curtis of Terrlngton. Both havo been paying attentions to tho young lady. Latham was the favorite one. Sunday when he was driving her home from church they met Curtis. He stopped them and In tho quarrel which folfowed plunged a knife into Latham's abdomen and then ran away. Miss Hall got Latham in the carriage and took him homo in a dying condition. An hour late...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 11 June 1890

r-4''f(l'(p:,j4 fjff-ltffJP .,...,.,,1 " "egr-W-'f "wi'i w Tj.Tfta1) j ' p'l'rfyw ; " twwv ww n KWf n THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, WEDNESDAY MORNING-, JUNE 11, 1890. frfiBtfTMjMwh t ii & K TaU Iffs ft.' ft 1 v r . ft, M A i . LOCAL BREVITIES. at New barley is belling readily pecnty-five cciitH per hundred. BhorifT Gray went to Maricopa yester- dny morning and returned at noon in charge of an unwilling female witness in the Uovro shooting case tlmt comes up today. Supervisor Hakes is in tho city from Mesa. Ho states that the early grape crop la nearly ripe, ten davs later than last year'a crop. No trouble haa aa yet been experienced by tho vineyardista and a bountiful harvest Is expected. Constable Slankard yesterday after noon arrested Jcsua A. Mendcs, charged with having on May 11 stolen a horse from another Mexican. Tho examina tion will tako placo lieforo Justice Sher man this afternoon at II o'clock. There will bo non-commissioned ofli ccrs' drill tonight for Company 11,...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 12 June 1890

The Arizona Republican The Only Paper Belweon Galveston, Texas, and Los Angeles, California, that Publishes the Full Dispatches of the Associated Press. VOL. I. FHCENTX, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 12, 1890. NO. 25 j nr Vest's Meat Bill the Senate. Passes All Shipments Hereafter to Be Inspected. The House Passes the Dependent Pension Kill After Short Debute The Vote in Detail. lhj the Attociated Prttt: Washimiton, Juno 11. In the Senate today adverse reports were made from the Finance coiuniitteo on Stanford's bill for government loans on real estate and on the bill to ulwlish metal money. These bills were then indefinitely post poned. The committeo having reported back favorably, with sundry amendments, the House silver bill, it was taken up and Kustice addressed the Senate. The bill to prohibit monopoly in tho transportation of cattle to foreign coun tries was parsed, with an amendment that it shall not apply to vessals that have already contracted. Tho Senate joint resolution in regar...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 12 June 1890

HP' Wty - llr T m THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHCENIX, THURSDAY MORNING-, JUNE 12, 1890. Ifc? ft?' 5fe It: 3. -. if - JF. THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING C0M1M. Published Every Day in the Year. KATKH 0F BU1I8CK11TI0N, Dally, per neck, ty carrier ,,,,.,. ...,..$ .11 Dally, per month, by carrier ,. tvu Dally, per month, by mall. l.U) Dally, three months, by mall . 2.M Dally, six months, by mall , S.CO Dally, one year, by mall.. loot) Weekly, per month 23 Weekly, permiarter . 7.1 Weekly, pcrslx months.... . 1..W Weekly, per year "AM Entered at the xwtofllco as matter of the second class. ADVKHTISINO KATKH. s' S3 l 3 23. 5M 1 Inch 1 Inch ( .7:. l 1 ffl 1 m ft, 50 1 00 2, V) a, 00 3, 50 4 00 4, SO 5 00 5 501 6 25' 7. 50 7 00 7. 00 9. no 9. 0010, 0011 5012 001.!, 11.50 M.71 2.25 2.75 il.-H !1.7i 1.7J 5.50 0 0) (150 7.03 8 0) 8.50 ! (H 10.(0 00 1 00 M A 50 00 7.50 50 10 00 00 12.50 00115.00 0017.50 50.20.00 00 22 00 50 21.00 50 20.00 00 28 00 50 M 00 50 32 00 00.tl.00 00 M 00 00,38.00 00 50 oo 50 50...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 12 June 1890

II TELE ARIZONA REPTXBJLIOAISr;' PHCENIX, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 12, 1890. FINE STKAWHERRIES. ;ProftHnlcmil CurdH. PROPOSALS irO'J'KIH. SrKCIMKNS OltOWN IN THK HALT ItlVKH VAI.I.KY. Krult Kiiial to the ltent Itnl.eU Anywhere rhutosraphy an an AM ti Judicious Advertising. A IU.i'i'iiucAN rejwrter waa yesterday shown a photograph taken by Mr. Hart well at tho fruit stand of Dorris Pros., showing in tho foreground an exhibit of strawberries grown on the ranch of K, E. Farrington, one mile from l'ha'iiix. Tho berriea aro Sharplessi seedlings, ami compare very favorably with any thing ever seen in tho berry lino, East or West. Tho reiorter was nssured that they aro of exceedingly fine flavor, not withstanding the largo' size, many of which measure over four inches in cir cumference. Aa a test of size ten berries were selected and mersured, tho measure ment running from four to four and three-quarters of an inch. , They were then weighed and tho ag gregate weight found to bo five and one ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 12 June 1890

fgjl0Sbt3VfX:K .va.mHtMMl'C--fyn,t I tmu&miwmyw, tiswmikpwi"' "sw1 wMmii5in TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 12, 1890. rv. Rf ,.t ' $fc. K ' 1 m K'r- 5-.. iij i . lt w fc. ' Kt-4 ure Lfl , t ms P z& :-, E?1 . "v. U" J 'i & . Sii iAv U ,K i . a5' f e I &i v r ' k THE OOO TKIAI.. Dt-rcmlant fount! Guilty of Aiuault In Commit Murder. Tho case of Charles Ciovro charged with assault to commit murder came up for consideration in tho District Court ' nt 8:30 yesterday morning. District At torneys Cox niul Williams and E. J. Edwards appeared for tho Territory and Woodward & Davis for tho defense! The jury was empanelled without much trouble. Tho first witness for tho Territory whs tho .victim of tho shooting, James T. Simms, Jr. Ho related tho story of tho shooting in a house of had repute, tho particulars of which arc familiar to all. several other witnesses told stories siin 'llar to Simms', after which testimony as to tho prisoners former good ...

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