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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 15 December 1890

H LOCAL BREVITIES Interesting services were hold In all 01 mo cnurcnuB yusiuruuy Tho I 0 0 T hold their regular weekly nicotine tonight at the Good Templars Hall Tho County Tax Collector turned over to tho County Treasurer on Saturday 25000 tares collected Tho Substitute Territorial Grand Jurj orderod by tho Court has been ordered returnable today Tho Sliorman IIardonburg Cattle Company shipped to Colton yesterday two carloads of fat beoves J II Fieko W II Constable Chi cago Dr W U Scott and wife G W Uriggs Denver aro at tho Commercial It is apprehended that arrests of par ties will bo mado for disoboyanco of tho Suday arrest law recontly decided in force The littlo daughter of Mr and Mrs F B Trott died Saturday night of scarlet fever and was buried from tho family residonce yesterday Another child is dangorousfy ill with tho same malady Charles Goodin Now York 0 II Housucker Troy N Y D Wickhani Tacoma Wash V J Terry and C 0 Eyster Tucson M Rich Fort McDow ell registered yesterday a...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 16 December 1890

VOL II WORK OFJONGlilffi Anniing Over Monuments and Pensions An Amendment to lie Land Laws Preparations Uilntr Made for Legis latlon Toward tlio Freer Cohuiiro of Silver Washington December 15 In the Senate tlio bill enlarging the rights of homesteaders on the public lands wns passed It provides that when parties settled opposlto unsnrveyed lands and therefore were obliged to tako up less than 100 acres they may extend their holdings not to extend 110 acres Tlio Senato proceeded to a considera tion of the Elections bill Mr Colquitt of Georgia Mr Wilson of Maryland and Mr Vance of North Carolina spoke at somo length against the bill At the close of Mr Vancos speech the Vice 1resident announced the ques tion to be on Graves amendment to strikeout tho house to house clause A vote was not reached however Mr Butler spoke in support of an amendment ho had suggested several days ago providing that supervisors canvassers and other election olllcers bo regarded as ministerial and not as judi...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 16 December 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN ISBUED KVKKY DAY IN THE YEAH nr ME REPUBLICAN PUBLlsniNQ COMPANY Entered at tho postolllce at Phoenix Arizona as mall matter of the second claa Tiik ItKrOBUCAN has Its own spkcul wiiik connecting its olllco direct with Sau Francljco andChtcagjand through theso cities with all tho great news conters of tho world Ileal Jcs tho Associated Iress report It receives more special dispatches eyery day than any paper west of Ht Louis outside of San Francisco KATES OP SUIISOHIITION Dally per week by carrier I 25 Dally per mouth by carrier 100 Daily per month by mall 100 Dally three months by mall 2V Dally six months by mail 5 00 Dally one year by mall 1000 Weeklyi per month 2ft Weekly per Quarter 7ft Weekly per six months 150 Weekly per year 2S SILVER COrfEIt AND IiKAII Sllrer was quoted yesterday at 103 per ounce copper at 1515 per 100 pounds and lead at U5 per 100 pounds Lkt tho American flag float over every Bcbool houao in Arizona Tkn ncro Iruit farms well worked ar...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 16 December 1890

- -- IT Till lD7fM DPI urn muiunn zrzzzrzzzrr r t The Repuoucan hat double tho circulation of any other dally newspaper In Arizona and It the only one Ittued every day In the year Preferred Torals 10 cent per lino first insertion and 5 centt par lino each subsequent Insertion All Contract and bills or advertising pay ablo monthly IIKKUIICH AND lICAS 1lnd ltcaily Winter Mnrltet lit the ICnttorn Hlnle From the Ixjs Angeles Express Tliero U n sternly and ready market for out-of-season fruits nnd vegetables In tho East said S A Matter agent of tho Wolls Kargo Express Company Thorohavobeunconeidorable shipments of strawberries tomatoes peas nnd beans to theso markets and they have nil netted tho shippers good prices It is n now thing for us to tsliip theso things from Southern California In the winter season Thoro have been con siderable shipments during tho winter from tho northern part of tho Stato but tho BQiithern counties dont appear to have heretofore taken hold of thorn Wo intende...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 16 December 1890

tt nico coiuo at once w fci run Fourth Annual Mcothiff of That Body A Full Attendance and Much Interest Siiiicrlutcnaont Maxtors Opening Art dress List of tho Educators in Attomlanco Tho fourtti annual session of tho Teachers Instituto ol Maricopa County was called to order at 1 80 p in yester day by Superintendent of Schools Bax ter Thsre were present tho following named teachers from school districts District No 1 F L Smart Anna Estcs Cnrolino Y McNair Uraco lVr loy Addio II Kinsey Mary L Whit lock Mrs Florenco Mann Alico King Nellie Kendall Mmuio Garliuk 3 F J Puffy Mrs 0 E Rembert 4 F J Ncthorton IJclle llobson 5 Mrs Edna Farker 7 Agnes Stover Richard Lusk 8 F II Parker Maltha Sears 0 Ollio Gilbert 10 Q AV Ingram 11 Florence Kay 12 Myra Lechner 13 JM Em mcrt 14 J C Colo 15 George R Dykes 10 Lillian Cos 17 Dollio M Leo 18 AV S Varnum 19 Belle Schornick Zctta loineroy 20 Enn Grilllths 21 Roso Proops 23 Bello McDonald 21 Mrs M Willard 25 Rhoda McEwcn 20 Mrs Etta B John son 27 V II ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 17 December 1890

VOL II The Arizona Republican Democratic Attacks on the Reapportionment A Vote to Bo Taken Upon It M Today In tlio Senate tho Opposition to the Elections 1111 Keeps the Floor Washington December 10 In the Senato today the resolution providing lor an investigation of the question whether tho right to vote was denied or abridged in any Statu with an amend ment extending the investigation to an inquiry as to whether by State legisla tion any man was denied employment on tho public worka by reason of his color was taken up Mr Morgan contended that tho coun try would bo much better oft had the Government been content with tho Fourteenth Amendment Tending further debate- tho Senate proceeded to tho consideration of tho Elections bill Mr Morgan concluding his speech against it Discussion wai then temporarily suspended and Mr Pugh gavo notice of an amendment requiring that deputy marshals shall bo of good moral charac ter and bo able to read and write Mr Blair presented n petition pray ing ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 17 December 1890

I TOE ARIZONA BP0BUCAN I33UKD EVERY DAY IN THE YEAK THE REPUBLICAN 1UIILlSlllNG COMPANY Entered at tho postolllco at IbOBiilx Arlxuna a mall matter of tho nccond class Till KcronucAM has Its own spkcial wibe connecting lUouloe direct with San Francisco and Chicago and through these cities with all tho great news centers ol the world Hesldes tho Asioclatod lress report It receives more speoial dispatches overjr day than any papor west ol St Louis outsldo ot San Francisco HATES OF SUllSCnilTlON Dally per week by carrier Dally per month by carrier Dally per mouth by mail Dally three months by mall Dally six months by mall Dally one year by mall Weekly per month Weekly per quarter Weekly per six months Weekly per year 1 100 100 250 500 1000 25 75 150 250 SIMKU COllKlt AND LKA1 BlWer was quoted yesterday at f 103 per ounce copper at 1515 per 100 pounds aud lead at U0 per 100 pounds Entektainments like tho business mens carnival deserve tlio hearty sup port of every resident of tho city A...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 17 December 1890

I THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN The Republican has double the circulation of any other dally newspaper In Arizona and It the only one Issued every day In the year Preferred Local 10 cents per Unci first Insertion ami 6 cents per Hue each subsequent Insertion All Contract and bills or advertising pay able monthly THE OHVK Note by California Most Successful Manufacturer f Ollte Oil In answer to on inquiry of tlio Farmer and Dealer as to the most prolltablo fruit to plant Mr Elwood Cooper the well known olive culturlst answers for his section of country as follows Kditor Farmer and Dealer There aro too many conditions that would inllu once a fruit grower too many things to take into account lor mo to make any answer to your tlrst question that would bo satisfactory I can only say that for a profit I would plant olives and lemons along the coast in this Santa Barbara county Duuuing lemons on 1110 ingn laud sour stock Now planters cannot bo too careful about selecting the ollvo to plant The Mis...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 17 December 1890

M J I An Energetic Meeting Held Last Night Arrangements to Secure the Institution Professor Rich Explains tho Proposi tionA Subscription List to Bo Circulated Pursuant to a call a meeting of citi zens was held last evening at tho Court House to discuss tho matter of en couraging the establishment of an In dian school near Phccnix Charles Goldman was selected as chairman and after announcing tho purposo of tho meeting introduced Professor M Rich superintendent of the school who oxplained tho intention of the Government in the matter Tho Professor said that it was the policy of tho Government to civllizo the Indians and to make thorn not only self supporting but useful citizens To do this it had established a system of schools much after tho English school system where tho pupils were instructed in the different branches and trained to domestic labor The girls were taught cooking sewing and general housework and the boys were instructed in me chanics carpentering and farm work There a...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 18 December 1890

lit VOTj II The Senator Dolph Defines the Right of Sufeo Reapportionment Bill Pusses tho lTouso Reports Filed From Different De partments of National Service Washington December 17 Tho Sen ate today resumed consideration of the Elections bill Mr Dolph having tho floor Mr Dolph held it to be the duty of Congress with innike towards none and with charity for all to exercise powers to secure to every citizen of tho United States nntive or foreign born white or black rich or poor the free ex ercise of all his rights under tho consti tution Mr Eustis said lie would put a ques tion to tho Senator from Oregon and would ask a Hank answer iho ques tion was if tho immigration of Chinese had never been prohibited if there wero n million and a half Chinamen in Oie gonwhohnd tho right of suffrage and who established in Oregon a Chinese State government nnd if tho people of Uregon nau overthrown that Uhiucse government and the whites in political supremacy would ho Dolph in such n ease advocato t...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 18 December 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN I93UKD KVK11Y DAY IN TllK YEAR THE REPUBLICAN PUBUSU1NQ COMPANY Entered at the postolllce at Phcenlx Arltona ai mail matter o the second class Tu IUrUBLtciN has its own spkcul wibk connecting its offlco direct with San Francisco and Chicago aud through these cities with nil the great news centers of the world Desldos the Anioclated Press report it receives more speolal dispatches every day than any paper west o St Louis outside of San Francisco RATE3 OF 8UBSCUUT10N Daily per week by carrier Dully per month by carrier Dally per mouth by mall Dally three months by mall Dally sit months by mail Dilly one year by mall Weekly per month Weekly per quarter Weekly per six months Weekly jpr year 25 100 loO i 501 10 0O 25 75 150 250 SIIWEH COITKH AND LEAD 811ver was quoted yesterday at 11 07 per ounce copper at 11515 per 100 pounds and lead at 110 per 100 pounds It is pleasing to noto tho upward pro gress of silver It is hanging around f 107 u ith a firm feeling in tho ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 18 December 1890

fTIID 1DI7AWA LH IUD AIllLUr The REPUBLICAN hai double the circulation of any other dally newspaper In Arizona and It the only one lnued every day In the year i lroferred locals 10 cents lr line first Insertion and 5 cents per line cauh subsequent insertion All Contract and bllli or adrerttslng pay able monthly ItAILHOAI KOM1NO STOCK Never Ileforo as Cheap a at the Present Date From the Pittsburg Chronicle A gentleman of this city who has had occasion to investigate the matter Btates that freight cara never woro so cheap as at present In lots of fifty or moro thirty ton cars strongly built and having all the Improvements can bo had for 450 each and ho continued if you want them handsomely painted and var nished with your name in gilt letters on each side you can got thorn for 500 each In fact freight cars aro now so cheap that it does not repay to remodel old light burden cars and last year the Reading Railroad Company made a bon fire of lifty of its old pattern cars Icomotives aro ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 18 December 1890

TEACHERS IN COUNCIL YKSTERDAYS 8KSSION Or THE TKACIIKKS INSTITUTE Grammar and Penmanship the Slain Subject Discussed An Ksay by Mr Will lama A Photograph Taken On tho assembling o tho Teachers Instituo yesterday morning the Hist thing on tho program was an exposition o primary mothods of tcacning gram mar which was introduced by JHsa Ad die II Kinsoy of tho Phoenix Bchool Miss Kinsoy illustrated her method by extonsivo blackboard work Her method which ia an excellent ono was fully concurred in by all tho teachers present Tho next thing was tho method of teaching advanced grades in the same subject by Miss McNair who held the attention of the Institute witli u well written and logical essay The discussion which followed on tho subject occupied tho time until rcccus nt 10 20 oclock Those taking a promi nent part in the discussion wcro Misses Kinsoy Haskell and Messrs Smart Ketherton Lusk Martin Dully Emmcrt and Howe The first thing on tho program after recess was methods of teaching p...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 19 December 1890

VOL II The Arizona Republican MM Coko Speaks Against tlio Elections Bill Shipping Bill Considered in the House Farquliar and Outhwaito Havo a Little Discussion Over tho lliso in Pacific Mail Washington December 18 Tho Senate upon assembling proceeded to executive business The Elections bill was then taken up and Mr Coko addressed tho Senate lie said it was proposed to have a full and freo discussion of the bill to the end so that the American people shall bo in formed of tho startling and radical de parture proposed to bu inaugurated in tho character of the Government If tho dictates of that political faction that happened to hold possession of all de partments of the Cioveriuncnt were to be registered in tho stttnm books with out debate without discu sion without examination if tho rules and usages and methods of proceduro that had for a hundred years obtained in tho Senate wero to bo overthrow if neither house of Congress was to be any longer a de liberative body it was at least 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. — 19 December 1890

TOE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN IiUUKD KVKKY DAY IN THE YKAlt BY THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY Entered at tho postoinco at ihtvulx Artionn as mall matter of ttio second class Tits KsrUBUCAN haa Us own sncciai wiuk connecting ltsofflco direct with San Fnmclico andChlcagjainl throuuh these cltlos with all the great news centers of tho world llesldes tho Associated Press report it rocolvos more special dispatches every day than any paper went of Hu Louts outsldo of 8au Francisco RATK3 OF SUBSCRimOX Dally per week by carrier 85 Dally ier month by carrier IW Dally per month by mall 100 Dally three months by mall BPO Dally six months by mall 5WJ Dally ouo year by mall 10WJ Weekly per month jj Weekly per quarter Weekly per six months 150 Weekly per year 250 SILVKlt COriKK AN1 WAU SUrer was quoted yesterday at 1107 per ounce copper at 1515 per 100 pounds and lead at 110 per 100 pounds A STKANOEHS TltlUUTE Mr Samuel P Putnam who lectured hero some time ago wrote most glow ing letter to Frtelhough...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 19 December 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN The Republican hat tloublo the circulation of any other dally newspaper In Arizona anJ Is the only one Issued every day In the year Vrefcrrcil LnrnU 10 couts per lino first Insertion and 5 conn per lino each subsequent Insertion All Contracts and bills for advertising pny ablo monthly TOO MANY TKAMlS An Overplus of the fraternity on the Houtlieru lncltlo Ilno From tho Yuma Times If all tho tramps along tho lino of tho Southern lacific wero Btrutig out afoot along tho road they could holler at each other all tho way from Loa Angolos to Now Orleans All shados of tho fra ternity are represented from tho impu dent thievish vagrant to tho deserving invalid or cripple who goon about de pending on charity for a living Somo titnes a whole family are traveling together father mother and soveral children or a mother and her children Tho good naturo of our peoplo is soino timea severely taxed bj the demands iniulo upon thorn daily Wo have known a man to pay for four or l...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 19 December 1890

I 1 1 i 1 Ml 1 I A Dan LOCAL BREVITIES J Foglo started j esterday with two wagons leaded with supplies and tools for work at the lingua llalas Thoro is a larjw force of mon working on the Hubbard mines and aro storing tho ore till tho mill can bo erected Johnny Agard and his two partners aro reported to have struck a bonanza in the rlumosa district thirty flvo miles west of tho Hoqtia Ilalas A civil suit for recovory of a number of claims entitled Wilson ot al vs Thomas ot al was tried in Justico Shermans court yesterday Thero will bo an important mooting of tho Fruit Growers Association at the Chamber of Commerce rooms in the City Hall tomorrow at 2 oclock W N Hicklcs has sold to tho St Cloud Gold and Silver Mill and Mining Company tho St Cloud mine in Cavo Creek district Tho company will con tinue operations Bates Co havo a force of men work ing in tho Centennial mines near Harris burg and will run tho oro through the Harris mill The company will also do custom work at tho mill so...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 20 December 1890

VOL II The Arizona Republican WORK OF CONGRESS Senator Stanford Presents His Loan Bill Stewart Argues Against the Lodge Hill Mr Allen of Mississippi Hastens to Improve a Political Opportunity Wasiiingion December 10 In the Senate today Mr Stanford addressed that body on his bill to increase the cir culating medium Mr Stanford in part said Tlio scheme of the bill ia to supply an amount of money for business purposes I havu mentioned kinds us secuuties be cause they appear the beat and most certain of all securities and aic sulli cicnt to furnish all the money needed The people I think will have morb confidence in a llunnciul measure that is new and radical if it has at present land only for a basis The rate of in terest on the e loans on real estate is fixed at 2 per cent in the bill but in time may bo reduced as experiment shall teach that the rato of interest chained by the Government under the provisions of this bill will not necessar ily tix tho general tato of inteiest for busin...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 20 December 1890

THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN ISSUKD EVKItY HAY IN TIIK YKVU 11 v TIIK leiElCAN PUBLISHING COMlANY Entered at tlio postoillco ill IIkdiiIx Arizona a mall matter of the second class Tin lUrunucvN lias Its Oin sruciu wiuk connectlns Usoinco direct with San Francisco and Chlcagj and through those cities with all tho great news centers of the world llosldea the Associated lroas report it receives mora special dispatches everyday than any paper west of St Louis outside of San Francisco IIATE3 OF SUHSCIIUTION Dally per week by carrier Dally icr month by currier Dally per month by mall Dally threo months by mall Dally six months by mall Dally one year by mall Weekly per month Weekly per quarter Weekly per six months Weokly per year 2 00 100 2r 500 ow 2 73 150 250 siivkk crriu axi ihai Silver was quoted yesterday at 1101 pet ounce copper at 1315 per 100 pounds and lead H 110 per 100 pounds Nevkk iiiisn an oportunity to talk up tlio many advantages of Arizona as a resulcnco placo for enterprising a...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona republican. — 20 December 1890

JP Till uwnvA IP ii in mimuiui uiJi uuui The Republican lias double the circulation of any other dally newspaper In Arlzana and I the only one Issued every day In the year rnferrl luriiM 10 tints per lino llrst iiiertloiiand5ccnts per lino each subeiiuotit Insertion All Contracts and bills for advertUlng pay ablo monthly Artlininl Skull Aatonlshiiic suci fiH has nttcmktl the cllurta of Dr LunnuloiiKiio an eminent specialist of Paris to givo intelligence to ii little idiot plrl Though four years old the ehilil eon lil neither walk nor stanil anil never smiled or took notice of any thing The doctor concluded that tho nbnoimal niirrowncs of the head oh Htructed the growth of tho biuin and in Muy lint ho made an incision in tho center of the skull and cut a jieco of bone from tho left side The result nwis inanellous Within leys than a month tho child could walk and t he has be come quite bright playing smiling ap1 taking notice of everything around her TILE MARKETS New Yokk December 19 ...

Publication Title: Arizona Republican
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