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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL 28, 1894.
PUBL SHED BY THE! ARIZONA REPUBLICAN CO T.J. WOLFLEYi lidltor and Manager OFFICIAL PAF11 OF TEE CITY in eredat-.ta pos'. face it PhBnix, as m 31 mar'er if the euondolaf-s. BY CURRIER: Vba Dailt Rsppbiacah U delivered by car rier in Phcer.ix. Tucson and Tempe at 15 cents per week, or 60 cents per month. Subscribers failing to set The Rsfcblican r3gularly or promptly should notify Thb Re publican business office (not the carrier) in order to receive immediate attention. Tele phot eNo. 47. BY mail: Daily, one year I 6 00 Daily, six months 3 00 Daily, three months ISO 3 unday Republican , one year 1 50 Sunday Republican, six months 75 Weekly Republican, one year 150 Weekly Republican, six months 75 Terns: Strictly in advance. All communications relating to news or edi torial matter should be addressed to Editor Republican. 4.11 remittances and business letters should be addressed toTHS Akizona Republican Com pany, Phoenix, Aris. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN CO. ADVERTISING RATES. 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The Daily Republican has a circulation t aat every day exceeds that of all the other dailies in Phoenix combined. This is a guar anteed statement for the information of ad vertisers. MONEY AND MINERAL. Quotations received by spicial wire, Fri lav, April 27. Copper, quiet, Lake, 59. Lerd, not q 'O'ed: Domestic, $3. SO. Tir, steady; mrits. $W.(to. Silver bai, esft'&iPi. Me tic-iii dollar , 530i5:lJ. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Mayor, J. 1). MONIHON. For Councilman, Second Ward, K. ALLXN LEWIS. For Councilman, Fourth Ward, FRANK MOSS. For Assessor and Tax Collector, L. J. WOOD. For Treasurer. I. M. CHKISTY. For Marshal, THOMAS MOLLOY. DECLARATION OF PRINCIPLES. That the finances of the city should be so conducted that the man who does one dollar's worm 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 i uance to him of scrip. That a liberal and broad uin led policy should be pursued towards, and in encouragement and aid of the city fire department to the end that the same n ay take front rnnk. That a like policy sho'ild be pursued in re spect to public improvements and in encour agement of labor. Th it the tax payers be relieved of all un necessary burdene and that dishur cements be strictly and economically guarded and faith fully accounted for. Th:it the bnexplained deficits of past years 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 demaud 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 utes. Thut our pa'ty stands committed to fair deal ing, home enterprise lair waees, cash payments and genuine commercial progress. Thnt our party stands committed against the lease or purchase of any private franchise that will operate to increase the burdens of the lax pavers of this city but will always encourage legitimate private enterprises by honest legis lation. GRAND REPUBLICAN RALLY. Notice is hereby given that on Monday even- ng, April 30, 1X94, at 7 30 o'clock p. m. there will be a grand Republican rally and mass meeting on the militarv plaza east of the Le non hotel on Washington street, Phcenix. By order of the Republican City Central Com mittee. Attest: L. H. GOODRICH, F. H. Lymvn, Sect. Chairman I. M. Christy is making a clean, quiet campaign, jast as he nude last year. Tae poole are for Christy. The people of the Second ward have already declared for Lewie. They are tired of jabbers and shysters. Cartoons like that in the Gazette yesterday do statehood infinitely more harm than all other agencies combined. When you vote far L. J. Wood you vote for a competent, faithful and hon est man. He will make a splendid as sessor and tax coll-etor. Compare the Monihon block a id the store room which Kellner occupies but does not o wn. I he same comparison hold good between the two men. Frank Moss is one of the moBt pod ular men before the people for election on Tuesday. He is not only popular, but honest and energetic and is sure of election. There is a vast difference between bluff Old Jim Monihon and the be jeweled Kelluer. Monihon is a pro duct of America. Kellner is a scion of England. Ho'V consistent some people are. It is all -ight for Mark Smith to assert that 1'hcenix must elect Kellner, but it is all wrong for somnone else to say that Monihon is the man. If Kellnek should be elected mayor he will probably adept the ruleB in force at his ranch and compel all city employes to work four hours on Sunday or abstain from eating on that day. A man who, as director of a bank, wanted to enforce the payment of every note last summer by suit and attach ment is too contemptible to make mayor of Phoenix now. That was Kellner's record durmg the panic. Thos Molloy is a sure winner, but Newcomb is demonstrating that had he been regularly nominated by the Dem ocrats Mr. Molloy would have had a fight on his hands. Thoman has been entirely lost sight of in the contest. With Monihon, Lewis and Moss at the head of the city government there will be no senseless burdens heaped upon the taxpayers and no money wasted. This is a matter which the property owners will do well to give serious consideration next Tuesday. It is right to be saving of one's own money, bat when it comes to getting such a grip on money that other peo ple's is included it is time to draw the line. That is why so many people draw the line on Kellner and will vote for Monihon. Democrats are scoring Mark Smith for writing to a supposed Republican for such important political informa tion. It is hard to tell who ia being criticised most the man who is alleged to have written the letter or the man who eavs that he received it. In addition to not taking a vacation Kellner agrees to add three more white horses to his tandem team if he is elected mayor. That might be an at traction for a midway plaisance, bur the sight on Washington street will disgust sensible people here looking for investments. Dentist Goodrich says "Phcenix has got by far too many public improvement now," yet he is the chairman of the Republican com mittee and Monihon'8 sponser Gazette. Chairman Goodrich never said any thing of the kind. Like other state ments made by the Gazette the above is adeliberate falsehood manufactured out of whole cloth. The Gazette is chal lenged to produce the man who ever heard Mr. Goodrich make the remark attributed to him. MARK IS ALARMED. It seems that the city election is creat ing interest in Washington. In fact all the great National questions, including Coxey's army, have been entirely lost sight of pending the contest in Phoenix Tuesday. Of such grave importance is this matter considered in Washington that the Western Union at an early hour this morning opened a through circuit from the bar room in Chamberlain's Cafe to The Re publican office in order to transmit without delay the following telegram freighted with bo much consequence from our noble and patriotic delegate in congress : Bar Room, Chamberlain's Cafe,) Washington, D. C, April 28, 1894. f To the Editor of The Republican: I have just received a reply to my letter dictated by John Dunbar and ad dressed ty me to that true and tried Republican, General M. E. Collins, which greatly alarms me. Gen. Collins says that notwithstanding he kept the I letter until the eve of election and then had it printed in Mr. Kelinei's paper there ia great danger of Monihon being elected. Now as my relations with the Democrats in your town are 6uch that I dare not trust them to look after these matters for me, I send this telegram to you, and hope that'in connection with those other two good Republicans Collins and Dunbar you will see that Monihon is defeated at 'any cost. The bar tender here says that if Monihon is elected after my protest against his election he shall expect the slate to be immediately wiped off, and that would almost ruin me. You know that, ae a matter of tact, I am not for statehood cow, because I am afraid that if Arizona was admitted at this time I am not strong enough to be elected senator, eo I prefer that it be postponed until my wave of popularity has a chance to return. While I made a great show in pushing the bill through the house, I have had it held ud in the senatt since, and will see" that it does not pass no matter how the election in Phoenix goes. But in order to maintain my reputa tion with the fellow here who puts me to bed every morning, and also with those other persons who look upon me as the future senator from Arizona, I must see that Phoenix elects Kellner for mayor and then besides Kellner has enough money to buy up the first state legislature for both himself and my self, and what dandy senators we would make. I could show him Washington by gas light and he could pay for the sights. But to return to my subject. I do hope that you will see Collins at once and arrange to beat Monihon. You must pardon me in addressing yon, a Republican, but Collins is a Republi can, too, so he says, and he thinks it is a great honor to sneeze whenever I take snuff, and I thought you might think so, too. I shall write again to my dear friend Collins tomorrow, if I am not too ner vous, and tell him to beat Monihon at any cost. I shall tell him that upon my motion both branches of congress adjourned today until after the election in Phcenix, and that the president has refused to transact further business until he can send a telegram of con gratulation to Mayor Kellner. I know Collins will have the letter published in the Gazette and show it to .Demo crats who would not themselves esteem it an honor to hear fiom me, and that ought to do the business. Trusting that Kellner will be elected so that I will get the credit for it, and that I can continue to keep Arizona out of the Union until he is ready to put up for both of us, I am, M. A. S. KEEP HANDS OFF. If Mark Smith wants to go back to congress this fall he had better keep his hands off this election. The efforts of the Gazette, with the aid of Mark Smith, to push down the throats of the people a man for mayor that no one wants will react in a manner that will make the Gazette's little God Mark Smith wonder where he is at. This is a local contest in which poli tics cut very little figure. It is a ques tion of men, not measures, that is to be settled next Tuesday. And if Mark Smith attempts to dictate the action of the voters he will make a great mis take. To begin with, the so-called nominee of the Democrats for mayor is not the choice oi the party. Mr. Kellner was nominated by a minority vote and is the choice of a ring not of his party, Democrats are, therefore, not sacri ficing any political principle when they refuse to vote for a man who is not in any sense the choice of the party he pretends to represent. We again say to Mark SraSth, keep your hands off. Don't try to force a man nominated by your henchman down the throats of the people. They won't stand it and if this course is per sisted in all in any way connected with the attempt will go down before an in furiated people like chaff before the wind. Kellner is repugnant to the voters ir respective of party. Cold, grasping, un- progressive and indifferent he has not the affections of the people which Old Jim Monihon possesses; and neither Mark Smith nor the Gazette can secure his election over Mr. Monihon. The best way is to accept defeat grace fully. Let it go by default and the next time nominate a man that at least the Democratic party wants. Any other way will not help Kellner and will only serve to make unpopular those who endeavor to elect him. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powdei World's Fair Highest Medal and Diploma. Stocks. STOCKS" GRAIN Mfningshares, Railroad Stocks, Tnvent- ment Securities, Bought and sold on Com mission for CASH or on a MARGIN. Prompt wire to San Francisco STOCK and PRODUCE Exchanges. F. B OTIS, Boom 2, Flaming Block A lnrosl ltlne. 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I will pay upon presentation the following Dunioereu U1L wuimuia ui mo laaue ui ioifs, interest ceasincr this 25th day of April. 1891: Nos. 1106, 1107, 1108, 1109, 1110,1111, 1112,1113, 1111, 1110, 111U, 111, IJ-IO. I. M. CHRISTY, City Treasurer. DO YOU WAIT TO BE IN IT ? ..HAMMOCKS.. WE HV VH: F ULL LlE OF THE PALMEK'S MAKE miminMii Rrgt in the World .... B. HEYMAN Furniture Co.. wholesale and Retail ?-ilioe store. When You Put Money In a Pair of Shoes 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. They are perfectly made, comfortable and fine fitting. Try a pair and be convinced. The New Shoe store, GODWIN. & AVERY, Fleming Block. HON. Z. AVERY, One or the Largest Contractors and Buns irs Nebraska. HEART DISEASE 39 YEARS. Graito Island, Neb., April 8th, 1892. 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FOR SALE Soda fountain and milk shake for sale cheap. F. G. Wentworth'sgrocery, Washington, near Second St. Restaurant, GARDEN CITY RESTAURANT Washington St., Phoenix. East of M. Jacobs' stor The Only First-Class Restaurant in Town. GOOD MEAL8 AT ALL HOUR8. $m FISH. VEAL CUTLETS. ETC IWiCK A WEBl. SUNDAY: CHICKEN DINNiB AND 8DPPKK. All the beet game, fruits and vegetables in season. Nice private rooncs for families. SINGLE MEALS 25 CTS. TUCK. KING & CO. lianicm. -THE- Valley Bank, PHCENIX, ARIZONA. Capital Surplus SIOO.COO - 25,000 WM. CHKISTY, President. M. H. SHERMAN, Vice-President M. W. MESSENGEfi, Cashier. RECEIVE DEPOSITS, MAKE tOLLECTIOKS, BUY AND SELL EXCHANGE. Discount Commercial Paper and do a General Banking Business. Office Hours 9 a. m to 3 p. ni, CORRESPONDENTS. Am. Exchange NatL Bank. Now York The Angio California Bank, San Francisco, Cal National Bank of Illinois.. Chicago. Ill First National Bank Lots AngeleB Prescott National Bank Prescott. Arizona. THE NATIONAL RANK OF MIMA, 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. CORRESPONDENTS: The Bank of California, ......... .San Kranciscu Agency of Bank of California, New York NationalBank of Commerce, St. Louis' First National Bank, Chicagol Farmers St Merchants Bank, Los Angelei Consolidated National Bank, Tucson." Bank of Arizona Prescoi t Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Sons. V.London- M. W. Kalbs, Sol. Lewis, President. Vice-President, fine W. HoAm.itv. Oanhiftr. Interest Paid on Time Deoosits. HOME SAVINGS BANK of Phoenix. CAPITAL, 9200,000 Receives and pays interest on deposits Loans noney 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. 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