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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN ; SUNDAY MORNING. MAY 27, 1894.
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rHELISHKB BY
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN CO
T.J. WOLFLEY, Editor and Manager.
iiilLPAPEil f mM
intered at tbe postofnce at Phcenix, Ariioua,
as mail matter of the second class.
ADVERTISING BATES.
Bates of advertising In the Daily, Sunday or
Weekly edition made known on application at
the publication o:2oe. Or ring up telephone
number 47, and a representative of the business
deuartment, will call and quote prices and
contract for space.
" AGENCIES.
The Rbpublicas can be found on tale at the
oliowing places:
Commercial News Stan d Phcenix
Pratt Bros "
Irvine Co "
Jones' News Stand "
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING.
Th Republican Is fully prepared to do all
UndB of plain and fancy job printing in all the
latest styles. Complete book bindery and ruling
machinery in connection with the job depart
ment. Workoerfeotlvand promptly done.
NOTIOETO BUSINE88 MEN.
No bills against Thb Abizona Republican
Co., or its employe will be paid by the com
pany unless they were contracted upon the
written authority of the management. F. J.
O'Brien is the only authorized solicitor and
collector for the paper.
T. J. Woi.fley, Manager.
THE REPUBLICAN'S CIRCULATION.
The Daily Republican has a circulation
t hat every day exceeds that of all the other
dailies in Phuenix combined. This is a guar
anteed statement for the information of ad
vertisers. BY CARRIER:
The Daily Bbtoblicah is delivered bv car-
rlerin Phoanlx, Tucson and Tempe at 15 cents
per week, or 60 cents per month.
Subscribers failing to get The Republican
regularly or promptly should notify The Re
publican business office (not the carrier) in
order to receive immediate attention. Tele
phone No. 47.
BY MAIL:
Daily, one year ? fiOO
Daily, six months 3 00
Daily , three months . 1 50
Sunday Republican, one year 1 50
Sunday Republican, six months 75
Weekly Republican, one year 1 50
Weekly Republican, srx months 75
Terms: Strictly in advance.
All oommumeationB reiatiDg to news or edi
torial matter should be addressed to Editor
Republican. '
All remittances and business letters should
be addressed to The Abizona Republican Com
pany, Phcenix, Ariz.
THB ARIZONA REPUBLICAN CO.
MONEY AND MINERAL.
Quotations received by special wire, Satur
day, May 26.
Copper, quiet, Lake, fVZ.
Lead, not quoted: Domestic, ?3.30.
Tin, steady; straits. $19.05.
Silver bars, m:(tV24
Mexican dollars, 51(51.
PROCLAMATION.
Executive Department,
Territory of Arizona,
Office of the Governor.
The 30th day of May has by National and
territorial legislation been set apart as a pub
lic holiday, and consecrated to the memory of
the dead soldiers of the Republic, who made a
tender of their lives that the Union might live.
The ranks of the once great volunteer army
. is s'oMii'v diminishing, and as the old
oldierj u ; being mustered out, we are ad
n -nish d no to forget their deeds of valor,
hevisin a id scifsaerifice.
Now tl.erefore, I, Louis C. Hughes, Governor
of the Territory of Arizona, do hereby request
that the people of the territory join the surviv
ing members ot the Grand Army of the Re
public in their memorial services; and by such
recognition, prompted by gratitude, animate
that spirit of patriotism and loyalty with
which our people are so generously inspired.
Done at the capital, this 21th day of May, A.
D., 1894. L. C. HUGHES.
' By the Governor, Governor.
sea; F. B. Deveiieux Asst. Sec. of Arizona.
The Democratic party 18 not only the
victim of ita own folly, but it is one of
the worst sufferers.
Thb house and senate are almost ae
far apart on the tariff question as Wil
son and McKinley.
A Kansas Populist named Credit
wants to go to congress. The Populists
tbat Kansas has in congress now are no
credit.
After all the talk of robbery at the
world's fair, it has come out that only
1,300 umbrellas were stolen on the
grounds.
There are fewer congressional dis
tricts in the country in which a Demo
cratic nomination is equivalent to elec
tion than there ever was before.
The hodse has decided to repeal the
salary docking act. Since the adoption
of Mr. Reed's admirable rules extra
ordinary methods of securing quoruniB
are no longer necessary.
Mas. Vanderbilt has a cat which
"cost $1,000." Without intending any
disrespect to Mrs. V., anybody who
pays $1,009 for a cat is a chump or
chumpess, as the case may be.
POLITICS IN KANSAS.
It now seems probable ex-Governor
John P. St. John will be the nominee
of the Prohibition party in Kansas for
governor. The 6tate convention to
nominate a complete state ticket has
been called to meet at Emporia June
12 and the Prohibition leaders have
announced that St. John will be nomi
nated by acclamation and that lie will
devote his entire time after the conven
tion to making a canvass. Thus early
the claim is being made that St. John
will poll 50,000 votes, which is more
than ten times the strength developed
by the Prohibitionists in 1892.
Since his defeat for a third term as
governor of Kansaa St. John has been
a bitter and unrelenting enemy of the
Republican party and his devotion to
the Prohibition party has for its foun
dation his hatred of Republicans and
his ell'orts in behalf of prohibition have
had for their object the defeat of the
party which twice honored him with
the highest ofiics within the gift of the
people of Kansaa. His candidacy for
governor this year is prompted by the
belief that he can draw largely from
the voting strength of the Republicans
and thus make it more easy for the
Populists to carry the state.
With St. John as the Prohibition
candidate for governor there will be a
close race between the Prohibitionists
and the Democrats, and it is probable
the Prohibition ticket will receive the
most votes. The Democratic organiza
tion in Kansas has been almost de
stroyed by the course it pursued in 1892
when it nominated no state ticket, but
indorsed the nominees of the People's
Party without qualification. The bulk
of the party has been absorbed by the
Populists and in many counties there
is no semblance of an organization and
in the others it is so badiy crippled
that it amounts to nothing.
The Democratic leaders are at a loss
to know what course to pursue in the
state convention, which meets in To
peka July 3. They declare they will
nominate a straight ticket and make a
strong campaign, but they really have
no intention of doing 60. The federal
officeholders are in control of the party
organization and they will do whatever
they are advised to by the administra
tion at Washington. They have tried
in vain to obtain some expression from
the powers that be as to the policy that
should be pursued, and having received
no advices they have sent a committee
to Washington for instructions. A
straight ticket with an earnest cam
paign would demonstrate the Demo
cratic weakness in Kansas and this
they are loath to have shown to the
world. Chairman Breidenthal of the
People's party state central committee,
has taken a poll of the state and says a
Democratic ticket will not receive to
exceed 10,000 votes. This is not en
couraging to the Democrats, and rather
than show such weakness they will pre
fer to wait for some more favorahle time
to make a campaign in Kansas.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powdev
World's Fair Highest Medal and Diploma.
Apnrodltlne.
!i Geletoatsd French Gins,
Warranted it ADLS&ftni'nBlin" or money
to cure IiiiWuSI i kim refunded.
13 Sold os a
POSITIVE .
C'JARANTEE
to cure any form
otnervous diseasa
or any disorder of
the generative or
gans oi either6ex,
v,liether arising
from the excessive
BEFGRE
lusenf Krininl'intK- AFTrD
S'obacco orOpinra, or through youthful indiscra
oon, over indulgence, &c, such as Loss of Brail
Po'.ver, Wakefulness, Bearingdown Painsinthc
back, Seminal Weakness, Hysteria, Nervous pros
tration, Nocturnal Emissions, Leucorrhcea, Diz
zincss, Weak. Memory, Loss of Power and Impo
tency, which if neglected often lead to prematura
eld asre and insanity. Price fLOCrabox. 6 boxes
fur ??. 00. Sent by mail on receipt of price"
A WRIIiES GUARANTIEE in given fo:
every ?5.00orderreceived, to refund the money ii
a Permanent cure is not effected. ve have
thousands of testimonials frome'd and young,
of both sexes.whohave been permanently cured
by theuseof ApUroditine. Circular free. Addresi
THE APHRO KEDICiNE CO.
Western Branch, Loz 27. Pobiland. (jr.
For Sale by O. H. KBEFE8, Dragelat,
Phoenix AxV.nn P O. Box 299.
Henools.
Marlboroneh School for Youm Ladies,
865 W. 23rd. St., Los Angeles.
A select school for sixteen girls giving the
comforts of a refined home. Advanced work in
English, History, Literature, Art, Latin, etc.
Native teachers in modern languages. $n00 per
year. Day pupils ?100. For circulars address
MRS. (J. A. CASWELL. Principal.
JtAKElfV,
THE
PHCENIX BAKERY
EDWAKD E1SELE, Prop.
This popular establishment has ben refitted
and renovated throughout. Kvery
thing in the way of baking
STRICTLY FIRST CLASS
All orders attended to with promptness and
to tbe utmost sati-faction of our pat
rons. Free delivery to any part
of the city.
PHCENIX BAKERY Porter Blk.
BUTTER FROM SWEET MILK
at a cost of from 3 to 5 cents per pound is what
can be done by using my new process. The milk
will m 4ke from three to four times as much
butter as it will to let it turn and then churn
it,, and it is much nicev. Every family should
doseess this secret. I will send the receipt for
50 cents in money, postal note or stamps. You
can make eight pounds of butter from one gal
lon of milk. Address, McKINNON & CO.,
Agents Wanted. Cowarts, Ala.
COLORADO
Cll
1AA
Work Neat. Substantial and Guaranteed.
PRICES RKASONABLK.
T. F. HlCKEY, Proprietor.
301 West Washington St. Two doors east of the
Vendome.
Barber Siioi.
The Fashion Barber Shop.
FRANK SHIRLEY, Proprietor.
LADIES' WORK DONE
AT THE SHOP OR RE81DENCE
NEATE8T BATH ROOM8 IN THE CITY
OPPOSITE THE OPERA HOUSE.
Repair hop
Shoe Store.
WE
Don't
Know
What
Particular
Kind
of
FOOTWEAR
to
Call
Your
Attention
to.
We
Have
Most
Anything
in
SHOES.
Godwin &
Avery,
The new
Shoe store,
Fleming Blk.
Hotels.
SixthAvenueHotel.
40
Elegantly Furnished
ROOMS!
40
First-Class Table
In Connection.
WALSH SISTERS,
No Invalids Admitted. Proprietor?.
COK. ADAMS AND SIXTH AVE.
Boardlnir.
Do To. Want
in
IV JLfUUlU
Why Not Try
THE IVY GREEN
lit,
Adams Street, Between First and Center.
Mrs. A. Williamson, Prop
Liiqnors.
Tie Ban
E. FENDER
23 Washington Street,
Cor. Wall &t.
Family Entrance on Wall Street
PHCENIX, ABIZONA.
Hotel.
HOTEL RAMONA
Conducted on the
European Plan.
ROOMS, 75c to SI. 50
Corner Third and Spring Sts.
Los Angeles, tal,
S. J. HAMMOND, PROP
Lilverv.
Chas. V, Stevens
Cor. First A Adams Sts.,
LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE.
Good Turnouts on short notice
at all hours of the dav and night.
Buy, Sell and Trade, Horses,
Special attention to boardinehorses.
Hack Stand, Colin Bros. Cigar Store,
Telephone, 2G:
A id Association,
IE CHILD'S AID AMAIN
OF ARIZONA.
(Ineoi porated for thirty years.)
Is just the thin?. A long felt want filled at
last. "lis the wish of every parent to begin
their child in life with some monev, and the
Child's Aid association does that well. Judge
M. H. Reno is general manager, W. H. Smith,
secretary and Dr. A. M. Tuttle medical director
and treasurer besides a corps of representatives
in the lield, assures for this Arizona's enter
prise success. Tis well worthy of confidence
and Datronage and you will -do yourself and
child injustice and if will be areat overlook if
yon do not at once look into its merits and get
full particulars of its solicitors or office.
10 SOUTH CENTKBST.,
PHCENIX, : : : : : ARIZONA.
MRS. M. FORBES,
h m
lOniQTP Second Street, South of
IVI irLriiilL Hartwell's Photograph
Hiirim Gallery, is prepared to guar-
- an tee style, fit and prices.
Ladies wishing dressmaking, cutting nd fit
ting willmake a mistake if tney do not 11.
PHCENIX, ARIZONA.
i
i
7
Unnn1 6
I II I'A I'll
,B. HUMAN Furniture Co.,
ill
S,i
RELIABLfc.
.-. CHEAP .-.
EFFECTIVE
YOUR
WANTS
CAN
3S
SUPPLIED
THROUGH
THE
RKPUBLICAN
RATES
For Classified Advertisements
APPEAR UNDER EACH
HEADING.
Situations Wanted Male.
Advertising under this heading, 3 lines, 6
times, 15 cents
Situations Wanted Female.
Advertising under this heading, 3 lines, 6
times, 15 cents.
"YT7"ANTED Position by stenographer. Re
V V ferences, etc., satisfactory. Address
Miss C. General Delivery, Post Office, Phoenix,
Ariz.
Help Wanted Hale.
Advertising under this heading, 3 lines, 6
times, 15 cents.
HELP WANTED 1 can furnish both males
and females with easyand pleasant em
ployment at home, (no canvassing.) dan earn
from 3 to $5 per day and noexperience needed.
This is something entirely new Send 10 cents
(silver) for samples of work and f nil particulars.
G. H. Carpenter. Newaygo, Mich.
AGENTS. SALARY AND COMMISSION.
Best Fraternal Order. Assets, ?ol)0,000.
Eoth Life and Endowment Classes. Gilt-edged
in every respect. SoraeDistrict Agents wanted.
A rare chance. Address KING & CO., Union
Square. New York.
Help Wanted Female.
Advertising under this heading, 3 Hues, 6
times, 15 cents.
Agents Wanted.
Advertising under this heading y2$. per word
feiinsortion, subject to discounts for' time and
space.
Wanted Board.
Advertising under this heading yia, per word
per insertion, subject to discounts for time and
space.
Wanted Keal Estate.
Advertising under this heading per word
per insertion, subject to discounts lor time and
space.
Miscellaneous Wants.
Advertising under this heading 14c. per word
per insertion, subject to discounts for time and
space.
w
ANTED Books to write up or post eve
nings. JT. U.
WANTED The people of Arizona to know
that the best place to stop when in Los
Angeles is the Nadeau. Phcenix papers on file.
WANTED -The people of Phoenix to know
that the Central News and Curio Co.,
will remove to 42, W. Washington St,, Monihon
block, on or about June 1.
BROWN & FEEKINGS.
To Bent Houses.
Advertising under this heading Kc- per word
per insertion subject to discounts for time and
space.
To Rent Rooms.
Advertising uuuer tins neauniKu. prr vvutu
per insertion, subject to discount for time and
space.
FOK KENT Two pleasant rooms in suite,
furnished; one square from court house.
Address P. O. box 218-
"TTIOR RBNT Nicely furnished front bed
JD room. Gentleman. Plenty of shade.
338 West Monroe street.
Fox Sale Real Estate.
Advertising under this heading lAc per word
per insertion, subject to discounts for time and
space.
aO EXCHANGE OR FOR SALE 160-aere
ranch with good buildings and 300 head of
cattle on good range near Payson, Arizona, for
property in or near city of Phcenix. Riddle &
Gray, Room 1,18 W. Washington St.
To Exchange.
Advenising under 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 e nd harness.
RIDDLE & GRAY, room 1, IS W.Washington St.
Special Notices.
Advertising under this heading Jc. per word
per insertion, subject to discounts fbr time and
space.
Lost and Found.
L"!OU-.'JD a parasol. Apply at this office.
POUND A bunch of keys, apply at Refub-
Lie an office.
Instruction.
Advertising under this heading Ac per woid
per insertion, subject to discounts for time and
epace.
WANTED Few more pupils, private in
struction in English branches, terms
reasonable. Address Miss C. General Delivery,
Post Office, Phoenix, Ariz.
For Sale Miscellaneous.
Advertisements under this heading per
word per iusertion, subject to discount for time
and snace.
Hotels.
C
CLIFTON HOTEL. Clifton,
Arizona. First
class in every respect.
C'l ROESBECK HOTEL. Satiord, Arizona
X Good accomodations ana excellent table.
HEN in Prescott stop at the Schuerman
house Table the best; rates reason-
able.
AINT DOING
As miich business as we would like to but we are trying
mighty hard to increase our sales by making prices that
are very tempting. You know we always keep the best
of everything in our lines, and now you have an oppor
tunity of buying first class goods at as low prices as it is
possible to make them.
ciioi
PHCENIX CHOP HOUSE.
( Formerly French Restaurant.)
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Fresh Fish, Oysters, Game in Season, well cooked meals served to order at. short
notice. " 0(3 E- WASHINGTON ST.
Next Door to Capitol Saloon.
The Palace Chop House
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Fresh Fish, Game and Oysters in Season. Everything New and Clean,
fable Supplied with the Best the Market Affords.
In the Rooms of the IPalace Saloon.
JETVEIjEB.
P. -E NILSON,
The Jeweler.
IN THIBODO'S DRUG STORE.
First-Class Watch Repairing.
Tie Haul of Tempe
Tempe, Arizona.
Paid-up Capital, $50,000. I
General Banking Business Transacted
A gents for the best Fire Insurance Companies
in the world.
P.P. Daggs.Frest. W. A. Dairgs, Vice-Prest
W.L. Van Horn, Cashier
Exchange L,awn on an Francisco, Chicago,
New Yore and Europe. ,
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
C'li op House.
eception Clop hm
In rooms back of Reception Saloon.
Eerjtlimfr new and clean. Table supplied
with the best the market aifords.
FISH AJfD OYSTERS
ALL THE SEASON.
Charlie Sam & Co., Props.
Bntoliers.
II UKLEY,
THE LIVE BUTCHER.
CHOICE STEAKS AND KOASffS.
UKST KEPT MAKKKTIS l'BCENIX.
IXPERIUNVEO CUTTERS.
FREE DELIVERY IN THE CITY.
Haloon.
The Palace,
GUI H. H1RSCEFELD, Prop.
Imported and Domestic
IP CIGARS,
PHCENIX. ARIZONA.
E. t. BURLINGAME'S
ASSAY OFFICE S ,55
CHEMICAL
I9RAT0EY
Established in Colorado, Samples by
mail or express will receive prompt and care
ful attention.
Gold and Silver Bullion Wtsed8-
Address, 1135 and 1T3S Laurence St.. Denver, Colo.
Florence and Globe Sap lis?
Mail abj . W
STAGK LEAVES FLORENCE DAILY FOS
Riverside and Globe at 7 o'clock, p. M. ; stops
all nifrht at Riverside and arrives at Globe at
5 o'clock, p. K. ; returning, . leaves Globe at 8
o'clock A. M., arrives at Florence at 1 o'clock
A. M. Good accomodation on the road, im
proved line, good stock and comfortable stages,
four-horse coach everv other dav. W jff.
GUILD, Agent, Florence. E. F. KKLLNSR S.
CO., Agents, Globe.
ECTGENK KJDBIiKTON,
Proprietor
M. i:
7"HEN IN YUMA, ARIZONA, STOP AT
the Southern Pact dc hotel, best hotel on
the line. S. S. Gij-lispie,
Prop.
Wholesale and Retail
house.
HanRfi.
-TJdLE-
1
J alley Bank,
PHCENIX, ARIZONA.
- ' - - - $100,000
- - 25,000
Capital
Surplus
M. CHKISTY, Trtsident.
M. H. BHEKSfAU, Viee-iTtsiclent
M. W. MSoSENGHR, Cashier.
RECEIVE DEPOSITS,
MAKE tOLLECTIOKS,
BUY AKD SELL EXCHANGE.
Di scount Commercial Paper and do a
General. Banking Business.
O ffice Hours 9 a. in,, to 3 . m,
COaSESPONDEKTS.
Am. Exchange Natl. Bank Sew York
The Anglo California Bank,
San Francisco, Cal
National Bank of Illinois Chicago, 111
First National Bank Los Angelas
Prescott National Bank Prescott. Arizona.
THJH
NATIONAL-BANK OF ARIZONA,
PHCENIX. ARIZONA.
Capital Paid Up
Surplus - - -
100,000
$80,000
DIRECTORS:
a., ft7. Kales, Sol. Lewis,
J. Y. T. Smith, . Chas. Goldman,
Geo. W. Hoaclev.
CORK ESPON D EN TS:
The Bank of California,.... Ban Francisco.
Agency of Bank of Caliiorma, New York.
National Bauk of Commerce St. Louis.
First National Bank, Chicago!
Fanners & Merchants Bank, Los Angeles
Consolidated National Bank, iucson"
Bank of Arizona Prescoi t
Messrs. N. M. Kothschild 4 Sons London '
M. W. Kales, Sol. Lewis,
President. Vice-President.
teo. W. Hoa.tu.ky. Oflshisr.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
HOME SAVINGS BANK
of Phcenix.
CAPITAL, 200,000
Receives and pays interests on deposi ts. Loan s
money on mortgages. Rents safetv depoBit
boxes and will act as trustee. Special attenticn
given to accounts of guardians, administrators
and treasurers of societies and corporations,
farmers, mechanics, etc., etc. Officers: J. H.
Bralv, Pres. Henry E. Kemp, Vice- Pres. W. K.
James, Cashier. Directors: J. H. Braly Henry
E, Kemp, C. P. Ainsworth, Col. Wm. Chrietv
M. W.Slimpson. Open from 6:30 to 7:30 every
Saturday evening
THE MARICOPA
LOIN I TRUST CO.
INCORPORATED FEBRUARY 1, 1883.
Paid up Capital,
Surplus, - -
$100,000
- 20,000
Money Loaned on Long or Short Time
on Ileal Kstate or Pergonal Security.
Interest Paid on Deposits
CHARLES S. FORBES, Pres.
T. W. HINE, Gen. Man. and Cashier.
A. OiiAMB. Asst. Cashier.
Executive Commitiee of Board of Directors:
T. W. Hine, L. E. Hewins, H. E. Kemp,
E. T. Little,
A. L. Cramb.

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