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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN; THURSDAY MORNING. APRIL 26, 1894,
iUB18HED BY
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN CO
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T. d. WOLFLEY, Editor and Manager.
OFFICIAL PlpfToF THE CITY
intersd attte postoflice at Phoenix, Arizona,
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ollowing places :
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collector for the paper.
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THE REPUBLICAN'8 CIRCULATION.
The Daily Republican has a circulation
t hat every day exceeds that of all the other
dames in rnoeuix comDinea. This is a guar
anteed statement for the Information of ad
vertisers. MONEY AND MINERAL.
Quotations received by special wire, Wednes
day, April 25.
Copper, quiet, Lake, $9.
Lead, not quoted; Domestic, $3.30.
Tin, steady; straits. $19.05.
Silver bars, MMM.
Mexican dollars, oAiSSS'i.
REPUBLICAN TICKET.
For Mayor,
J. D. MONIHON.
For Councilman, Second Ward,
K. ALLIN LEWIS.
For Councilman, Fourth Ward,
FRANK MOSS.
For Assesser and Tax Collector,
L. J. WOOD.
For Treasurer,
I. M. CHRISTY.
For Marshal,
THOMAS DIOLIOI.
DECLARATION OF PRINCIPLES.
That the finances of the city should be so
conducted that the man who does one dollar's
worth of labor for the city should be paid that
dollar in cash, and not turned over to the ten
der mercies of the discount money shark, by
the issuance to him of scrip.
That a liberal and broad ninded policy should
be pursued towards, and in encouragement and
aid of the city fire department to the end that
the same o ay take front rank.
That a like policy should be pursued in re
spect to public improvements and in encour
agement of labor.
That the tax payers be relieved of all un
necessary burdens and that disbursements be
strictly and economically guarded and faith
fully accounted for.
That the unexplained deficits of past yearB be
Investigated and' uncovered and the person or
persons responsible therefor, and their bonds
men be held to strict account.
That we believe and are in sympathy with all
our fellow citizens in their demand for the re
storation of the silver dollar to its normal
place in the pockets of the people and as a
standard money value free and unlimited in its
coinage and uses.
That our patty stands committed to fair deal
ing, home enteri rise fair wages, cash payments
and genuine commercial progress.
That our party stands committed against the
lease or purchase of any private franchise that
will operate to increase the burdens of the tax
pavers of this city but will always encourage
legitimate private enterprises by hones c legis
lation. GRAND REPUBLICAN RALLY.
Notice is hereby given that on Monday even
ing, April 30, 1894, at 7:30 o'clock p. m. there
will be a grand Bepublican rally and mass
meeting on the military plaza east of the
Lenon hotel on Washington street, Phoenix.
By order of the Republican City Central Com
mittee. Attest: L. H. GOODRICH,
F. H. Lyman, Sect. Chairman.
How much did Mr. Kellner subscribe
to the statehood fund?
Mb. Kellner's money won't buy Jim
Monition's friends, and that is why
Monihon will be elected.
Ms. Kellner likes the people so well
that he is even willing to add the word
mayor to his watch chain.
When Mr. Kellneb is willing to sac
rifles his vacation it does look as if the
people onght to appreciate it.
R. A. Lewis is a gentleman of the
strictest integrity, and juet Buch a man
as is needed in the city council.
. L. J. Wood has the softest snap of
any candidate on either ticket. The
business men have taken up hit can
didacy, and be will be elected assessor
and tax collector without an effort on
bis part. It is seldoin that a candidate
is so fortunately situated.
The common people and the working
men are taking a hand in this election,
and everyone of them is for Moaihon.
Kellner is really a candidate for the
United States senate. He wants the
office of mayor as a stepping stone,
That Mark Smith letter was a des
perate bluff. Will the Gazette show its
hand or bunch the cards in the deck?
How condescending Mr. Kellner is !
He even promises to give up his vaca
tion for the people if they will elect
him mayor.
The Kellner people are hard up for
campaign material when they are
obliged to resort to faked letters to gain
their ends.
Last century the nations spent large
sums in carving elaborate figure heads
upon their wooden warships. Phoenix
wants a sensible man at the helm.
Te truth is not always a pleasant
thing to hear, but when men run for
office they must cot object if some of
their eccentricities appear in print. .
Do the people want a mayor who will
spend the first half of. his term in Cali
fornia and the last half in Globe? If
they do not they must not elect Mr.
Kellner.
I. M. Christy is an ideal treasurer.
Open, frank and honest, he is just the
man to place in charge of the city's
funds. His majority will be larger than
last year.
Do Democrats believe that Mark
Smith wrote to a man supposed to be
a staunch Republican for private polit
ical information of so much , import
ance to his party?
Fortunate Phojnix Mr, Kellner will
sacrifice himself for you one summer
and forego his residence at Coronado.
That is if your citizens show their ap
preciation of him on Tuesday.
The Gazette said in 1888 that the elec
tion of a delegate to congress cut no
figure as to statehood but' it lays great
stress now upon the election of an alder
man in Yuma, Tucson or Phoenix.
This is consistency for you.
Mb. Kellner Bays that if he is elected
mayor he will not go to Coronado Beach
this summer, though to not do so will
greatly disappoint him. Mr. Monihon
does not expectto go. Why not elect
Mr. Monihon and not disappoint Mr.
Kellner.
Kellner money is coming to the
front lively. It came hard, but it is
there now and an attempt will be made
to defeat Monihon by slush money.
Monihon is not in danger, but his
friends must not relax their efforts
until the victory is won.
When men like Lewis and Moss will
consent to serve in the city council they
ought not to have to work for an elec
tion. Business men do not often care
to take upon their shoulders the bur
dens of the public; but when they do it
iB email thanks to work up opposition
to therrf. ' -
Tnos. Molloy is conceded on all
sides to be much superior to his op
ponent for marshal. As we don't be
lieve the senate cares who is elected
marshal in Phoenix we are for Mr.
Molloy. If a competent, faithful officer
is the thing desired, Mr. Molloy should
be elected.
According to the Gazette the repre
sentatives of 64,000,000 of people are
waiting breathlessly to hear how less
than 800 people are going to vote next
Tuesday. The idea is too silly for ser
ious consideration. We will wager that
there is not a senator in Washington
who knows whether Phainix has an
election at all or not.
The Gazette's intimation thatTuE Be
publican expected to receive pay from
the campaign committee was probably!
prompted by a knowledge of its own in
tentions in the matter. Mr. Kellner
purchased a block of stock in the Gazette
with the understanding that the Satur
day Review' support was also to be se
cured. But the Gazette pocketed the
money and the Review was left to sup
port the ticket for patriotism only.
Republicans don't act with each other
in such bad faith as that. Neither of
the Republican papers are eupportirg
the ticket because of pay, nor did either
of them expect recompense for their
services.
Six years ago the president and both
branches of congress were Republican.
Arizona was knocking for admission as
a state. Gen. Wilson was the Republi
can candidate for congress and .-Mark
Smith the Democratic. The election
was not a local one, but embracing the
whole territory. A few Republicans
made the claim that Arizona ought to
go Republican in order to gain admis
sion, but the Democrats hooted at the
idea and gave Mark Smith a big major
ity. As a matter of fact the claim made
by the Republicans then was wholly for
the purpose of catching votes, and the
claim made by the Gazette that Phoenix
in a local election must go Democratic
now iB of the same cheap class of polit
ical demagoguery.
THAT LETTER.
The letter which' the Gazette printed
yesterday morning purporting to be
from Mark Smith to M. E. Collins, was
never received in Phoenix,, but was
written in the Gazette office for the sole
purpose of defeating Mr. Monihon.
If a letter of that kind dated April 4,
had been received by Mr. Coliins why
did he wait, until after the Republican
convention and until just a few days
before the election before making it
public? If Mr, Collins received that
letter why did Be not show it to Repub
licans before the ticket was nominated
and why has be not since shown it to
some supporter of Mr. Monihon ?
The truth is Mr. Collins never re
ceived such a letter, and we are sur
prised that he permits the use of. his
name in such a manner.
No person in Phoenix has seen the
letter, however, and do person believes
that it was .received or that Mark
Smith would write such a letter.
Mr. Collins has heretofore been re
garded as a Republican and that a
Democratic delegate would write to a
Republican for political information of
the character alleged in the so-called
letter is placing a very low estimate
upon bis political sagacity to say the
least.
But even if Mark Smith did write
that letter what does It signify ? Smith
has been in congress six years during
all of which time Phoenix has been
Democratic as well as the territory, and
still he has failed to obtain statehood.
Mark Smith's opinion is of no more
weight with the people than that of any
other demogogue whose principal occu
pation is to make promises. Smith's
opinion of who ought to be elected
mayor in Phoenix is of mighty little
consequence to the people. ,
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instead of treat
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c f the disorders
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they treat the
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Restorative Nervine positively contains no
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Sold by druggists everywhere.
DEPOT SALOON
Tempe, A. T.
JOHN L. CASEY, Prop
Foreign and Domestic Wines, Liquors
and Cigars. Cold Beer on
draught. Schooners 5 cents.
Drop In and Try a Sample,
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..HAMMOCKS..
WE HATE -A. FUEL LUSTE OF THE PALMKK'S MAKE
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B. HEYMAN Furniture Co.,
Hhoe Store.
When You Put Money
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You are parting with it in a good cause.
Our shoes are not the remains of a sac
rifice sale, but are new, fresh goods.
They are made with a due regard to
durability as well as appearance. You
could think of nothing a shoe should be
that these shoes are not. Thev are
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fitting. Try a pair and be convinced.
The New Shoe store,
GODWIN & AVEEY,
Fleming Block.
Butchers,
m: E. HumEY,
THE LIVE BUTCHER,
CHOICE STEAKS AND BOASTS.
KKST KEPT WAKKKTIX PHCENIX
JXPKRIKNCKD CUTTJSRS1
FRKE DELIVERY IN THE C1TT.
l.0llTllf.
BEDS
AT TIE
STAR LODGrlNGr HOUSE
No. 47 Jackson and First 8ts.,
Two blocks south of city hall.
EE. RIXEN, Prop.
Uverv.
NO
CHINESE
HELP
The Lemon House Kes
taubast has been reop
ened by Charles E
White who is proprietor
and chief cook, a guaran
tee of excellence in the
culinary department.
Twelve years ago, when
the house was first op
ened by Judge Lemon,
Mr. White was the chief.
His experience on the
Santa Fe road dining cars
and as chief cook for two
years ot Senator Leland
Stanford of California,
are assurances that the
table of the Lemon honse
restaurant will be first
class.
SINGLE MEALS, 25C
BOARD $5 A WEEK
E. E. BURLINGAME'S
ASSAI OFFICE s S
Established in Colorado. 1806. Samples by
maii or express will receive prompt and care
ful attention.
Gold and Silver Bullion XmJ
Address, 1136 aiil H38 Lawrence St.. Dronr, Colo.
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Popular Wants,
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For Classified Advertisement's
APPEAR UNDER EACH
HEADING.
Situations Wanted Male.
Advertising under this heading, 3 lines,
times, Id cents
Situations Wanted Female.
Advertising under this heading, 3 lines, 6
times, 15 cents.
TT7ANTED A place to do general housework
il in tne ODuntrv. Apply care Luther Mar
tin, east Madison St., opp. electric car stables.
WANTED Position by stenographer. Re
ferences, etc., satisfactory. Address
Miss C. General Delivery, Post Office, Phoenix,
Ariz.
Help Wanted Male.
Advertising under this heading, 3 lines, 6
times, 16 cents.
$7K f( PER WEEK using and selling
I ti.vV Dynamos for plaling watches,
jewelry and silverware. Plates gold, silver,
nickel, c. , same as new goods. Different sizes
for agents, families and shops Easy operated;
no experience; big profits. W. P. Harrison &
do., Clerk No. 14, Columbus, Ohio. (7)
Help Wanted Female.
Advertising under this heading, 3 lines, 6
times, 15 cents. .
Agents Wanted.
Advertising under this heading c. per word
per Insertion, subject to discounts for time and
space.
POLLARD vf. Breckinridge celebrated breach
of promise case; Agents Wanted; book
ready history of litigants; illustrated; 500.000
will he sold ; prospectus free. W. H. Ferguson
i:o., Cincinnati, O.
Wanted Board.
Advertising nnder this heading Jc. per word
per insertion, subject to discounts for time and
space.
Wanted Real Estate.
' Advertising under this heading c. per word
per insertion, subject to discounts lor time and
space.
Miscellaneons Wants.
Advertising under this heading c. per word
per insertion, subject to discounts for time and
space. ,
w
ANTED Books to write up or post eve
nings, p. u. aox Hi.
To Rent Houses.
Advertising under this beading Wc. per word
per insertion subject to discounts for time and
space.
KOSALLA H ALL, will soon be ready to rent
cheap to all good societies for their enter
tainments or clubs, for their balls. Third Ave.,
south of Jackson, Mary R. Beauvais.
FOR RENT Two houses of 4 looms each.
Rent $10 per month, Third avenue south of
Jackson. Apply to Mrs. Mary Beauvais.
TO LET Whole or partof a new 6-rooni brick
house first-class In every respect, two
porches screened, good well on back porch
with pump. Apply on premises. Thomas Mc
Evilly, Buchanan St., south end of Fourth
avenue.
To Kent Rooms.
Advertising under this heading per word
per insertion, subject to discount for time and
space.
FOR RENT Cheap suites for families in
Hoadley's new brick tenement near the
depot after May 1. Apply at National Bank of
Arizona.
Fot Sale Real Estate.
Advertising under this heading Uc. per word
per insertion, subject to discounts for time and
space
FOR RENT OR SALE A ten-acre tractwith
bran new four-room house 2 miles west
of Grand avenue street car line, opposite
school house. Address P. O. Boz 43, Phcenix.
a 10 EXCHANGE OR FOR SALE 160-acre
ranch with good buildings and 300 head of
cattle on good range hear Payson, Arizona, for
property in or near city of Phcenix. Riddle &
Gray, Room 1, 18 W. Washington St.
To Excnang:e.
Adver.ising nnder this heading Jc per word
per insertion, subject to discounts for time and
space.
FOR EXCHANGE Vacant lots in Los An
geles, Cal., for horses, wagon and harness.
RIDDLE & GRAY, room 1, 18 W. Washington St.
Special Notices.
Advertising under this heading e. per word
per insertion, subject to discounts for time and
space.
MINERS. ATTENTION! Joseph Bowyer
has just opened an assay office corner
Third and Washington 8ts., Phcenix, Arizona.
Prompt attention Kiven to and correct essays
made of samples sent by mail or express. Mines
exomined and reported upon.
Instruction.
Advertising under this heading Uc per wo-d
rer insertion, subject io discounts for time and
space.
WANTED Few more pupils, private in
struction in English branches, terms
reasonable. Address Miss C. General Delivery,
Post Office. Phcenix, Ariz.
For Sale Miscellaneous.
Advertisements under this heading s per
word per insertion, subject to discount for time
and space.
FOR SALE Soda fountain and milk shake
for sale cheap. F. G. Wentworth's grocery,
Washington, near Second St.
Wholesale and Eetail
Bestaurant,
GARDEN CITY
BXCSTATJKANT
Washington St., Phoenix.
East of M. Jacobs' store.
The Only First-Class Restaurant
in Town.
GOOD MEAL8 AT ALL HOURS.
FEESB TISB. VEAL CDT1SIS. ETC TWICE A WEH1.
SUNDAY : CHICKEN DINNER AND 8UFPEK.
All the beet game, fruits and vegetablee
in season. Nice private room e
for families.
SINGLE MEALS 25 CTS.
TUCK. HINQ & CO.
BanKs.
-THE-
Valley Bank,
PHCENIX, ARIZONA. '
Capital .... $100,000
Surplus ..... . . 25,000
K. CHRISTY, President.
M. H. SHERMAN, Vice-President
M. W. MBdSENGKR, Cashier.
RECEIVE DEPOSITS,
MAKE COLLECTIONS,
BUY AND SELL EXCHANGE.
Discount Commercial Paper and do a
General Banking Business.
Office Hours 9 a. m to 3 p. m.
CORRESPONDENTS.
Am. Exchange Natl. Bank New York
The Anglo California Bank,
xt ,",;--Y.";v.v. .San Francisco, Cal
National Bank of Illinois Chicago, 111
First National Bank Lqj Angeles
Prescott National Bank Prescott. Arizona.
THE
NATIONAL BANK OF ARIZONA,
PHCENIX. ARIZONA.
Capital Paid Up - 100,000
Surplus - - - - $30,000
DIRECTORS: .
M. W. Kales. Sol. Lewis, '
J. Y. T. Smith, Chas. Goldman,
Geo. W. Hoadley.
CORRESPONDED TS:
The Bank of California,.... Ban Francisco
Agency of Bank of Calilornia New York
National Bank of Commerce, 8t Louis'
First National Bank, Chicago
Farmers & Merchants Bank, Los Angeles
Consolidated National Bank Tucson '
Bank of Arizona Prescott
Messrs.N.M. Rothschild & Sons.. ...... London'
M. W. Kales, 6ol. Lewis,
President. Vice-President.
Oro. W. Hoadlky. Oanhifir.
Interest Paid on Time Deoosits.
HOME SAVINGS BANK
of Phoenix.
CAPITAL, 200,000
Receives and payB interests on deposits. Loans
money on mortgages. Rents safety deposit
boxes and will act as trustee. Special attention
given to accounts of guardians, administrators
and treasurers of societies and corporations,
farmers, mechanics, etc., etc. Officers: J H
Braly, Pres. Henry E. Kemp, Vice- Pres. W. K.
James, Cashier. Directors: J. H. Braly, Henry
E, Kemp, C. F. Ainsworth, Col. Wm. Christy
M. W,8timpson. Open from 6:30 to 7:30 every
Saturday evening
THE MARICOPA
LOAN & TRUST CO.
INCORPORATED FEBRUARY 1, 1888.
Paid up Capital, ... $100,000
Surplus, 20,000
Money Loaned on Long or Short Time
on Real Estate or Personal Security.
Interest Paid on Deposits
CHARLES 8. FORBEi, Pres.
T. W. HINE, Gen. Man. and Cashier.
A. ... CRAMB, Asst. Cashier.
Executive Commitiee of Board of Directors:
T. W. Hine, L. E. Hewins, H. E. Kemp,
E. T. Little. A. L. prainb.
Lund the Druggist
Cor. Washington and Third Sts., Phcenix, Ariz.
NEW STORE,
FRESH DRUGS.
PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY.

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