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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 181M THE ARIZOM REPUBLICAN. DAILY AND WEEKLY. MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. PUBLISHED BY THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN COMPANY. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: Lewis WolSev, Clark Churchill, J. A. Black, T. J. Wolfley, Edward Buu, Jr. Publication Office: IS Noun First Avenue, Fleming Block. Telephone No. 4". Entered at the postotfice at Phoenix, Arizona, as mail matter of the second class. BY CARRIER: The Daily Republican is delivered by car rierier in Phoenix at 25 cents per week or Jl.00 per month in advance. Subscribers Jailing to get Thb Republican regularly or promptly should notify The Ke publican business office (not the carrier) in oraer to receive immediate attention. Tele phone NO. 47. 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The Republican is fully prepared to do all kinds of plain and fancy Job printing in ail the latet styles. Complete book bindery and ruling macninery id connection wnu bue juu ueparv ment. 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 autnonty oi tne management. tFF. J. O'Brien, advertising manager, and Harvey J. Lee. superintendent of circulation. are the only authorized solicitors and collectors for the paper. T. J. WOLFLEY, General Manager. For Delegate to Congress, . O.MUEPHY. For Councilman at Large, A. J. DORAS. necessary number to start with, the states of Oregon, Vermont and Maine having already voted and voted most commendably. It has 171 still to get. The next house can be made a re publican hous9. We hope for, and ex pect, success in that undertaking. But the man who stands up on a platform and telle a roomful of Republicans that the thing is going to do itself in other words, that it can be done without hard work and plenty of it either talks to hear himself talk, as the saying is, or has a confidence that is not according to knowledge. In either case he is spouting pernicious nonsense. The Boston Journal has rendered the party a service as timely as it is im portant by making a sober, careful study of the election returns of 1892 and embodying the results in tables which may be redarded as a political war map of the country. These tables show 128 sure republican districts, Oregon's two, Vermont's two and Maine's four being included in the total. They Bhow 156 sure democratic districts, a very large percentage of which are in a region of the country where the entire election machinery next month will be (as in previous years) in democratic hands. They show 6 iure populist districts. In 61 districts now represented by democrats and in 6 districts now represented by populists the anti-republican plurality two years ago wai leBS than 2,500. "From these 67 districts" remarks our Bolton con temporary, "or from others apparently less promising, the republicans muet gain the 51 seats necessary to give them a majority of th next House." It can be done, we ay again, but not by folding our hands, and saying that this is a republican year, and take it for granted that things are coming out all right. We muBt make them come out all right. A strong.clean, aggressive cam paign to begin with ; an intelligent, sys tematized, thorough canvass; a full vota on election day these are the in gredients of success. It's a very old recipe, but an improvement on it, or any safe substitute for it, is yet to be discovered. whisky a 3'ear for every man, woman and child. Then comes the beer. The consumption was 31,962.943 barrels which amounts to 12,785,169,200, glasses representing an expenditure of $617, 258,460. The internal revenue receipts this year on spirits are estimated at $97,674,905. James A. Fleming, President. T Chairman Goodrich called a meeting of the Republican Cily Central Com mittee yesterday for the purpose of taking action in the approaching coun and territorial campaign. The commit tee by unanimous vote decided to ten der its services to the county and terri torial committees on election day. The resignation of F. H. Lyman was accepted and I. N. Bell was elected to (ill the vacancy. Piece Evans was elected sec retary vice F. H. Ly"man, resigned. The affaii-B of the committee are in good shape and it will be in position to do effective campaign work. Revolt, dissention, factional fights and so on is the rule in the Democratic camp this year. The agony is over in South Carolina, and the opponents of the Tillman faction met and adjourned their convention without nominating a state ticket. They labored long and up roariously, and after three delegations walked out the convention concluded not to nominate an independent ticket The solid south is not as solid as it was once upon a time. Says the Tucson Citizen: The can didate who hopes for election to office through tbe influence of a drink of whiskey, ought to be defeated. The price of Arizona manhood is not so cheaply purchased and candidates hop ing to win must have more to their credit than a reputation for liberality with "red eye." Fitness for the office should alone make a man's candidacy acceptable to the people. COUNTY TICKET. For Coucilman '. ..Henry E. Kemp (J. A. Marshal For Assemblvmen.. J E- HT0N ' I Perry VVildman I W. 8. Johnson For Sheriff W. F. McNulty For District Attorney Jerry Millay For Recorder Winthrop Sears For Probate Judge. C. W. Crotjse For Treasurer M. W. Messenger For Assessor H. B. St. Clair For Surveyor W. A. Hancock Supervisors (F. H.Parker OUR MOTTO : ill 16 TO 1. THE CONGRESSIONAL CAMPAIGN The lines are sharply drawn between the contending forces in the congres sional campaign in Arizona this year. On the one side the can didate presented by the Repub licans stands for peace, ulenty and prosperity. On the other stands the candidate of the Democracy for desola-j tion, degradation and despair. Republican principles mean the best interests of all the people and general prosperity of the whole country. These principles advocated in congress have always resulted in the continued wel fare of every citizen in whatever condi tion of life he might be. A quarter of a century of good government, content ment and happiness to the people and prosperity to the nation is the record of Republican principles carried out in congressional action. Democratic principles, as advocated by the man who leads that ticket in this territory, mean idle mines, bank rupt Bheepmen, impoverished farmers. These principles advocated in congress have always resulted in business de pression, financial disturbances and un rest among the people. One year of Democratic ascendancy filled the country with panic, depression and dis tress. These are the lines between the con tending forces. On the one side pros perity and on the other adversity. The people of Arizdna will choose and they will not select the side that has given so many object lessons of incompetency within the past two years. PHCENIX, OCTOBER 3 1894. BUSINESS NOTICE. There are many accounts due us which we have carried for a long time. All of thee most now be settled by cash or good note. There is no excep' tion to this rule. The Arizona Republican Co, THE NEXT HOUSE. The November elections, which are to decide the political complexion of the next house of representatives, are now only five weeks off. That body will contain 356 members. In order to con trol it, the republican party will have to get 179, at least. It has 8 of this The great test of endurance this vear ii a Democrat staying with his party, They are all heartily disgusted and some will stick, while others openly desert. It is asking much of the Dem ocratic masses for them to remain loval to the party after congress has so cruel ly betrayed them. It is thought now that the world's fair medals will be ready for exhibitors before next spring. This unreasonable delay must be very annoying to exhib' itors, and we shall not blame them i thev decline to enter their wares at our next quadrocentennial celebration. It is said that David B. Hill will not occupy the executive mansion for more than u week. He ebouldn't remain that long. As the guest of Governor Morton a few hours would be ample. Nellie Bly asked Senator Hill if h had ever been in love. But the wil senator didn't propose to answer not to Nellie. If "the man in the moon sees it all " -Ab the soubrette so shrilly does screech, He's like meD on this mundane ball; They seize it all too all in reach. LIFE'S USES. BANKING. D mm P. J. Cole, Vice-President, A. H. Harscher, Cashier. ft I1ML BANK, THE ONLY tales Depositary IS ARIZONA. Paid Up Capital, - - $100,000 U. S. Bonds to Secure Deposits, 50,000 Depositary for tta Territorial Funds. The only 3teel-Lined Vaults and Steel Safety Deposit Boxes in Arizona. uteres! Paid on Time Deposits. General Banking Business. Drafts Issued on Ml the Principal Cities of tie World. TPhoemix. A.rizona! MA-CIIITTE M1IOI'. apital Machine Shops Madison St. Bel. Center and First Ave.. Phoenix,' Ariz. Machine and Boiler Work. Are prepared to do all kinds or . Pipe Fitting, Farm Machinerv. We have recently opened the finest eq lipped shop in the territory, and during the spring months will make the repairing of threshers and farm machinery a specialty. Separator Cylinders Nkillfally Balanced. Sickles Ground and Repaired. E. K. Lincoln. M. S. Webb. E. E. LINCOLN & CO. ADhroaltmc. Trie elsLratsd Frencf? ta, "EES1 "APHR0D1TINE" SSSS3 Is Sold os jl POSITIVE GUARANTEE to cure any form of nervous diBeaso or any disorder of the generative or gans oi eitnersei,. whether arising from theexcessive 7 nseof Stimulants, AFTER "BEFORE Hhoe Store. lofcacco orOpium, or through youthful indiscra lion, overindulgence, c., such as Losbo Brail Power, Wakefulness, Bearing down Pains in the back, Seminal Weakness, Hysterid, Kervous Pros tration, Nocturnal Emissions, Leucorrhcpa, Diz ziness,Weak Memory, Loss of Power and Imno tcney, whichif neglected often lead to premature old a?e and insanity. Price $1.00 a box, 6 boxes fur?3.00. Sentbymailonreceiptof price' A WRITiEN GUARANTEE iu given fo: every 1-5.00 order received, to refund the money ii a Permanent cure is not effected. W e have thousands of testimonials fromcld and youns of both sexes, who have been permanently cured by the use of Aphroditine. Circular free. Addresi THE APHRO MEDICINE CO. Western Branch. Box 27. Pcktland. ui Sor Hale by 6. H. KJKKFKK, Drnggtet, PhCBntx Ariion P O. Box 299. GODWIN k AMY, The New Shoe Store Administrator's Notice. Although Americana as a class are considered a sober people, we manage to distill a large amount of ardent spirits annually. Last year we dis tilled 87,346,884 gallons of liquor not including 1,430,353 gallons of brandy, making in all 88,777,187 gallons of alcoholic spirits. Expert barkeepers estimate 63 drinks to the gallon, and there were therefore 5,601,062,891 drinks produced. A conservative esti mate shows that about 37,000,000 gal lons of whisky, brandy and other dis tilled epirits were imbibed across the counters, or in other words we drank 5,090,000,000 glasses of whisky for which we paid over $6,609,000 or $5, 000,000 more than all of the annual ap propriations combined. This repre sents a consumption of 100 glasses of Man looks into the darkness through his tears, And life seems but a tangled skein; He looks adovrn the dreary path of years, Ail blinded by this tearful rain. This problem of existence seems Too much for him to understand; And so he trembles in the dark, But touches God's right hand. He feels the hand that lifts him higher, At last he sees the light; He hears a voice that says: "Aspire, . And thou Shalt know the right." Oh human soul in darlmess bound, Thy chain shall drop away. And Heaven shall prove its wondrous sound When sins of earth decay; And you shall grow to know that life Was shaped by good and ill, And that the soul climbed to the light By climbing up life's hill. So trusting, toil, and toiling, trust; Cling to our Father's hand. And from the weakness of the dust You'll reach the better land. Demorest's Monthly. In the Probate Court of Maricopa County, Ariz., in the matter of the estate of Julius A. May, deceased. otice is hereby given by the undersigned administratrix of the estite of Julius A. May, iteceased, to the creditors of and all personB having claims against said deceased to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within four (4) months after the first publication of this notice to said administratrix at Lawyer C. M. Frazier's office, room 7, Fleming block, Phcenix, Arizona, the same being the place for the tran saction of the business of said estate, in the county of Maricopa, Arizona Territory. ALICE A. MAY, Administratrix. Dated Sept. 8, 1894. First publication Sept. 16, 1891. Pumps. What He Wanted. At the hospital the other morning, says Life, one of the patients was just recovering' from an attack of delirium tremens, and, as is usual in such cases, desired to dress and go home more than anything1 else. It happened that one of the young ladies connected with the flower mission saw him, and, approach ing, said: "I have some beautiful roses here. Wouldn't you like some?" No response. Again she said: "Wouldn't you like to have some of these roses?" Slowly his head turned, and, slightly opening his bleary eyes, he said, much to the embarrassment of the young woman: "I'd a blamed sight rather have my pants."- DR. LUKE, CHINESE PHYSICIAN. Three years' practice In Phoenix. Nervous and chronic diseases of man skillfully and reasonable treated. Female weakness a specialty. 436 W, WasMndon Street, Between 4th and 5th Ave. Water! WATEE! Water! Who will let their stock die tor the want of water, when they can get a pumping plant that will raise enough water for 2500 head of stock in one hour's pumping, twenty gallons to the head, and have the balance ot tne twenty-four hours to irrigate 160 acres for the 6mall outlay of $800 and up ac cording to lift ot pump ? This is what the Menge Patent rump will do. For further information apply to P. UNSWORTH, General Agent for Arizona and New Mexico, care Chapman Bros., Phoenix, Arizona. Please mention tnis paper. Groceries . Ion Cannot live Without food and since you must eat you cannot do bet ter than try the Cash Grocery of W. F. McNulty. Our aim is to sell the best goods we can get, at prices which draw and retain customers. Washington St Bet. Center and Wall leliable Slioes At Reasonable Prices. Want Your Trade Once Tried, You Will Always Buy Your Shoes of Us. Drv Gooas, New Dry Goods Store.- New Goods. Eastern Goods. Eastern Prices. Great Eastern Dry Goods Store Cole Block, Near Postoff.ee.