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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 16, 1894.-. H ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. DAILY AND WEEKLY. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. PUBLISHED BY THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN COMPANY. BOARD OP DIRECTORS: Lewis Woldev, Clark Churchill, J. A. Black, T. J. Woiaey, Edward Butt, Jr. Publication Office: 18 North First Avenue, Flaming Block. Telephone Ho. 47. BnteredatthepostofHceat Phoenix, Arizona, as mail matter of the second class. BY CARRIER: Th Daily Republican is delivered by car rierier in Phoenix at 25 cents per week or J1.00 per month in advance. Subscribers failing to get The Republican regularly or promptly should notify The Re poblicas business office (not the carrier) in order to receive immediate attention. Tele phone No. 47. BY MAIL: Daily, one year 10 5? Daily, six months j Vy Daily, three months J oO Sunday Republican, one year 2 80 Bun lay Repblican, six months 1 Ho Weekly Republican one year . 150 Weekly Republican, six months o Terms : otrictly in advance. ff All communica ions relating to news or editorial matter should be addressed to Editor RAHOBLICAN. y-All remittances and business letters should be addressed to The Arizsna Rkfubli cas Company, Phcenix.Aiiz. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN CO. ADVERTISING RATES. Rates of advertising in the Daily, Sunday or Weekly edition made known on application at th publication office. Or ring up telephone number 47, and a representative of the business department, will call and quote prices and contract for space. AGENCIES. The Republican can be found on sale at the following places : Mnnihon Comer News Stand Phoenix Pratt Bros Irvine Co Postoffice News Stand B. J. Stedler, 24 W. Washington 8t BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. .lui. ,.nanHl m fin oil kiBds ot pUiu and fancy Job printing in all the lataat styles. Complete book bindery and ruling nracninery in coHueunuii witu merit. Work perfectly and promptly done. NOTICE TO BUSINESS MEN. No bills against The Arizona Republican Co,, or its employes will be paid by the com pany unless they were contracted upon the written authority of the management. nri. J. O'Brien, advertising manager, and n.ihvvv T T.jEie. snnarintendent of circulation. arc the only authorized solicitors and collectors for the paper. T. J. WOiFLEY, General Manager. REPUBLICAN TICKET. Daily, $10 per year by mail and 25 cents per week by carrier, payable promptly when due. The price of the weekly will remain tlie eame aa at present. . For the purpose of facilitating and giving prompt and proper attention to business some changes have been made in the business department. Mr. Edward Butt, Jr., well known to most of, the people of Phoenix, has become a stockholder and director of The Ari zona Republican company and will have charge of the books and accounts of the company. Mr. F. J. O'Brien re tains his position as advertising mana ger and Mr. Harvey J. Lee has been ap pointed superintendent of circulation. These gentlemen will use every effort to please patrons and give them value re ceived for their money. The political policy of The Republi can wiil continue in the future as in the past, aggressivly Republican. But it will not be blind to the shortcomings of those whose defects are likely to lend an influence for evil be they Republi cans, Democrats or Populists. It will, therefore, be the endeavor of the management to conduct the col umns of the paper not only in a man ner calculated to advance the interests of the Republican party, but also to build up and make better the whole commu nity. The paper will be clean and con servative in tone, and it will advocate honest men and good measures. Noth ing will appear in its columns that ought to banish the paper from any home or fireside. The whole effort of The Republican will be devoted to that which will en courage immigration, develope our re sources, make a vast empire of the new state of Arizona and a great city of Phoenix. To this end and with this pledge we ask the co-operation of all persons in sympathy with the undertaking. For Delegate to Congress, N. O. MTJRPHY. For Councilman at Large, A. J. DORAN. COUNTY TICKET. For Coucilman Henry E. Kejip f J. A. Marshal For Assemblymen.. " p" Vildman I vv. s. Johnson For Sheriff W. F. McNulty For District Attorney Jekry Millay Fur Recorder .'Wintiibop Seaes For Probate Judge C. W. Ceousb For Treasurer M. W. Messenger For Assessor H. B. St. Clair For Surveyor W. A. Hancock For Supervisors f". H.Parker PHCENIX, SEPTEMBER 16, 1894. BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENT. Aa readers will note The Republican reappears this morning as an eight page paper and improved in typo graphical appearance. Sot only has its mechanical appear ance been changed, however, but the telegraph, local and editorial depart ments have been improved to an extent which patrons of the paper will readily observe and appreciate. Believing in the maxim that "the garment should be cut to fit the cloth" during the panic which so greatly pros trated all branches of business the size of The Republican was reduced to four pages and the subscription price cor respondingly lowered. Now that the panic so far as the Salt River Valley is concerned has become a . matter simply of history, and the city of Phcenix is upon the eve of a most prosperous season, "we throw off the lethargy induced by the hard times and present to our patron3 a paper in every way worthy of that liberal support for which the people of Arizona are noted In this connection attention is called to the fact that, on and after October 1, the subscription price of the paper will be the same as that formerly charged, viz : supply depot. The city will grow rapidly and very soon rival in popula tion Lob Angeles and Denver. It therefore behooves those who would take advantage of the oppor tunity offered them to invest now either in business property or in some of the beautiful residence additions to the city. The chance is one that only comes onee in a life time. STANFORD'S NOBLE WORK. Mrs. Stanford intends to continue the life work of her husband by bestowing her millions on the great university. When the government suit for $15,000, 000 is settled the work of distribution will begin. The university will receive nearly the whole of the estate valued at $17,000,000. California owes more than it can ever pay to the Stanfords. The attacks by a congressman from that state on the late senator were repudiated by the citizens. Attorney General Olney's suit, so far as developments go to show, is brought more out of malice than justice. Olney would be in better businees prosecuting trusts. If the money stolen by the trusts were devoted to educational in stitutions the people might in a measure forgive the robbery. HON. W. G. STEWART. The election of Hon. W. G. Stewart as chairman of the Republican terri torial convention held at Tucson on Wednesday was an honor paid to a de serving man. No Republican stands higher in his party and no man occupies a warmer place in the hearts of all the people than Micky Stewart, "The Little Giant of the North." Those present at the convention say that the election of W. G. Stewart as chairman of that body spread a glow of warmth and created an unbounded enthusiasm that will have much to do with winning the election in November. The report had been published that Micky Stewart had gone to California to die, but that was a mistake. In stead he went to the convention with the whole north at his back and pre sided over the last Republican terri torial convention that will ever be held in Arizona. At the ratification meeting in the evening he made an eloquent speech that was cheered to the echo and created immense enthusiasm. The mental and physical vigor which he displayed on the platform was a guar antee to his fiiends that his health was rapidly being restored and that his life would be spared for many years to come. After a brief visit to Phoenix Mr. Stewart returned to Flagstaff, but he will spend the winter in Phoenix. Every person who knows Micky is his friend, and there is not a more popular man in Arizona. With his old time health again, he will be a power in the new state, and all will rejoice to know that he is looking as well as he has for years. TIME TO INVEST. The time to invest in Phoenix prop erty is now. It is lower at present than it will ever be again. In fact it is al ready on the rise. The panic has subsided, congress has adjourned and the whole tendency of capital is to seek investment. Many men with money, both east and west of ub, have heard of .Arizona and of the wonderful Salt River Valley, and now that the business of the country is as suming its wonted condition, they will not be slow to take advantage of the opportunities which we offer. The building of the new railroad will open to the outside the rich resources of the country and greatly enhance the value of all our products and of the land itself. Ranches will be cut into smaller tracts and a dense population will soon depend upon Phoenix as a SELF DESTRUCTION DEGRADING. Suicides in New York are increasing at a rate to cause consternation. A sensational paper in that city is given the credit for the acts. It devotes con siderable space to the question, its col umns being filled with views of cranks on the subject, "Is Suieide a Sin?" Sunday night a young woman killed herself lk a shocking manner on the "L" road. It was the " 1" road for her or else preachers and the Bible are wrong. Her violent action was only one in a hundred which have occurred in the past week or so. suicides are cowards, rue act is murder. It should be discouraged in every way imaginable. Excessive drinking, debauching, is suicide. There are other forms of it', A man afraid or ashamed to face the world is a milksop. He should know the world will consider him as such. His family, relatives and friends must bear the diegrace. C. W. Crouse, the Republican candi date for probate judge, was in the city yesterday. He made a very favorable impression as the vote in Phoenix will show. Mr. Crouse has had much ex perience as a teacher and is well posted in law. He is just the man for the office to which he aspires. In most states the cars of the Pull man company are taxed. They ought to be in Arizona, and so had the express companies and telegraph lines accord ing to the amount of business done. The legislature this winter should look into this matter. Let the rich as well as the poor pay tax. Now that traders are operating for profits we can reasonably hope for a partial resumption of business. The boom which will help to employ labor will come when free trade has been con gressionally rooted out in November and not before. , The outlook for the Salt River Val ley for the coming season is of the most encouraging character. Many letters are received every day from men of cap ital who announce their intention of locating here. It is the croakers that make hard times. There never has really been any panic in Phoeeix. Stop talking hard times and let's all of us pnt our shoulders to the wheel and make things hum for a while. It is expected that the north and south road will reach this city not later than May. This insures not only a prosperous winter, but will give a great impetus to business next summer. Let the Slogan be free silver at a ratio of 16 to 1. That is the salvation of the west and south. No compromise should be considered. We still insist that the council should bring in the additions to the city. The increased population would give us much greater standing abroad. Cool weather is here. New let the city council undertake all public im provements that are necessary to lay the foundation for a great metropolis. If some enterprising medical man would build a sanitarium near the city MALT EXTRACTS. "Pabst Mali Extract! E. GANZ, Sole Agent. The Uest Tonic For Nursing Mothers 08 Invalids.- - EVERY DOCTOR RECOMMENDS IT. Insures a healthy appetite, restores sound refresh-J nig eiccy, oli oiigw.iG.Lii; uiio ucivuus bjduclu, u uij.ua up the constitution a valued substitute for slid food. Every lady in Phoenix cordially invited to call at .my store and there test the merits of Pabst's Malt Extract. E. GANZ, Sole k be would not only be a public benefac tor but he would make money. All will agree that the legislature should be composed of business men, and none will deny that Henry Kemp and Perry Wildman fill the bill. Phojnix as a winter resort cannot be surpassed. A modern hotel for the convenience of tourists would pay 'a handsome dividend. Henry Kemp makes as successful a politician as he does a busineB man. It looks now as if he would be elected by a large majority. There is nothing that adds so much to the appearance of a town as side walks, pavements and handsome resi dence yards. The income tax collector will find it hard to believe the sworn returns of in comes as the result of two years of free trade rule. , The Democratic territorial conven tion will be held in this city on Mon day. Then the campaign will open in earnest. Tom. Reed's presidential boom has been sprung. Tom. Reed would make a good president and he fould get there. 1 What about that underground irriga tion system which the city fathers have had under consideration ? Attend church today. That is the way to set an example that will have a healthful influence in the community. "Arizona first, the world after wards" that is the motto of The Re publican. ' Apnroaitine. fa BEFORE The eleLrated FreucI? 6nre, uSSrf "APHRODITINE" 5533 Is Sold oh a POSITIVE GUARANTEE to care any form of nervous disease or any disorder of the generative or gans 01 eiwersex, whether arising fromtheexcessive! nseof Stimulants. 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