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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19, 1894.
THE ARIZOM REPUBLICAN.
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
OFFICIAL CITY PAPER.
PUBLISHED BY
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN COMPANY.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
Lewis Wolfley, Clark Churchill, J. A. Black,
T. J. Wollley, Edward Bun, Jr.
Entered at the postoifice at Phoenix, Arizona,
as mail matter of the second class.
Publication Olfice: IS Nonh First Avenue,
Fleming Block. Telephone No. 47.
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regularly or promptly shonld notify The Re
publican business office (not the carrier) in
order to receive immediate attention. Tele
phone No. 47.
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Daily, six mouths 5 01)
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Sunday Kepu blican, one year 2 50
Sun lay Republican, six months 1 25
Weekly Repu lican one year 1 50
Weekly Republican, six months 75
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All communications relating to news or
editorial matter should be addressed to Editor
Republican.
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should be addressed to The Arizona Republi
can Company, Phoenix. Ariz.
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Weekly edition made known on application at
the publication office. Or ring up telephone
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department, will call and quote prices and
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BOOK AND JOB PRINTING.
The Republican is fully prepared to do all
kinds of plain and fancy Job printing in all the
latest styles. Complete book bindery andruling
machinery in connection with the job depart
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 uniesB they were contracted upon the
written authority of the management.
J"F. J. O'Brien, advertising manager,
Barvey J. Lee, superintendent of circulation,
and Beet Ruple re the only authorized solic
itors for the paper. Edward Butt, Jr., and
Harvey J. Lee are the authorized collectors
for the company.
T. J. WOLFLEY. General Manager.
AGENCIES.
The Republican can be found on sale at the
following places ;
Monition Corner News Stand Phoenix
Pratt Bros : "
Irvine Co "
Postoffice News Stand "
B. J. Stedler. 24 W. Washington St "
aDd trusted employe. The old clerk
felt deeply hurt that the young man
should be promoted over hi ra and took
occasion to complain of it to the mana
ger. "Feeling that this was a case that
could not be argued, the manager ae ked
the old clerk what was making all the
noiee in front of their building. He
went foward and returned with the an
swer .that it was a lot of wagons going
by. He then asked the clerk what they
were loaded with and arain he went
out and returned, reporting that they
were loaded with wheat. The manager
again sent him to ascertain how many
there were, and he returned with the'
answer that there were sixteen. Finally
he was eent to see where they were
from, and he returned, saying that they
were from the city of Lucena.
"The manager then aeked the old
clerk to be Beated, and eent for the
young man and said to him, ''Will you
see what is the meaning of that rum
bling noise in front?' The youDg man
replied : 'It is unnecessary, for I have
already ascertained that it is caused by
sixteen wagons loaded with wheat.
Twenty more will pass tomorrow; they
belong to Romero & Co., of Lucena,
and are on their way to Marcheea,
where wheat is bringing $1.25 a bushel
while it costs only $1 at Lucena, The
wagons carry 100 bushels each and get
15 cents a bushel for hauling.' The
young man was then dismissed, and
the manager turning to the old clerk
said, 'My friend, you see now why the
young man was promoted over you.'
This illustrates the tendency of our
times, for we are rapidly advancing
into an age when concentration of
energy and grasp of subject in detail in
the shortest possible time are requisite
for advancement."
dates by his vote getting qualities.
Frank has tact and judgment and in
telligence and is as honest as an Ari
zona morning.
William L. Wilson must be a great
man. Although he told the London
business men that his tariff policy
would greatly hurt England, they were
constrained to applaud enthusiastically.
Could any but a great man exert such
an influence?
Hon. L. H. Goodrich left yesterday
for the south side to canvass for the
Republican ticket. He will devote all
of his time and liberally of his purse
from now until election day in the in
terests of the Republican party.
Ex-Speaker Reed despairs of being
able to say as mean things of the Dem
ocrats as they have been saying about
each other this year. The Democrats
would be much obliged to Mr. Reed if
he wouldn't try. '
WixTHKOP Sears is one of the best
men before the people for office this
year. He is honest, reliable and com
petent three recommendations that
will secure his election.
Henry Kemp and Perry Wildman are
substantial business men. It would be
a calamity to the county if such men
should not be elected to the legislature.
For Delegate to Congress,
N. O.MURPHY.
For Councilman at Large,
A. J. DORAN.
COUNTY TICKET.
For Coucilman Henry E. Kemp
f J. A. Marshal
For Assemblvmen. . E- hton
Perry Wildman
I Y. S. Johnson
For Sheriff W F. McNulty
For District Attorney Jerky Millay
For Recorder Wintiirop Sears
For Probate Judge C. W. Crouse
For Treasurer M. W. Mussesqer
For Assessor H. B. St. Clair
For Surveyor W. A. Hancock
For Supervisors j'J,- PpKTEK
OTTK MOTTO:
16 TO 1.
PHG3NIX. OCTOBER 19. 1894.
BUSINESS NOTICE.
There are many accounts due us
which we have carried f a long time.
All of these must now be settled by
cash or good note. There is no excep
tion to this rule.
The Arizona Republican Co.
WHY HE WAS PROMOTED.
The following article from the Popu
lar Science Monthly may be read with
profit by every young man and many
older ones :
"A business firm once employed a
trained voting man, whose energy and
grasp of affairs soon led the manage
ment to promote him over a faithful
RECIPROCITY AND FLOUR.
We gave a few days ago in our tele
graph columns an account of the stop
page of several thousand pounds of
flour at New York consigned there for
Cuba, with the reason given that owing
to the repeal of the reciprocity clauses
of the tariff Spain had reimposed the
old prohibitory duty.
i We have just seen a circular issued by
the Southwestern Winter Wheat Mil
lers' Association, at Kansas City, that
ought to command the serious attention
of all voters.
It shows that the flour mills products
are $100,000,000 a year greater than
those of iron and steel combined, yet
this vast industry receives no favor at
all by legislation.
Wheat ground at home places a prem
ium upon it that the grain exporter
cannot meet. It gives us at home the
benefit of feedstuffs and thus becomes
an important help to our live stock in
dustries.
ine American mining capacity ib
equal to grinding every bushel grown,
and we ought to be allowed, so far aa
legislation is concerned to do so.
ine miners oi tne united states are
organized and will demand of congress
a measure of retaliation against such
countries as still refuse to remove
these unjust discriminations against
American flour.
This is a measure affecting directly
the interest of every farmer and stock
grower in the United States, and es
pecially those of the Salt River valley,
one of the greatest wheat growing sec
tions in the Union especially adapted
in flour for shipment abroad.
They should see that their votes for
congressman are only given to a man
who is sound on this proposition. We
have reached a point where our agri
cultural interests need and demand
equal fostering care at the hands of the
congress aB iron, coal or any other form
of productive industry. The men who
voted to repeal the legislation that had
given the markets of Cuba, Brazil and
other countries to American flour
should be retired for they will never
vote to restore it.
H. B. St. Claik is the same as elect
ed. Put that in your hat. It" is now
simply a question of majority and it
ought to be a rousing one.
Sam Bayley and A. J. Porterie are in
the lead in the race for constable.
This is because of the excellent record
they have made as officers.
banking.
James A. Fleming, President.
II M
P. J. Colk. Vice-President.
A. H. Harscheb, Cashier.
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THE ONLY
rr
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United States 0
IN ARIZONA.
epositary
Paid Up Capital, - - $100,000
U. S. Bonds to Secure Deposits, 50,000
Depositary for the Territorial Funds.
The onl y 3teel-Lined Vaults and Steel Safety Deoosit Boxes in Arizona.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits. , General Banking Easiness.
Drafts Issued on 111 the Principal Cities of the World.
IPhcenix. Arizona. '
RESTAURANT.
Pioneer Restaurant.
J ist Opened. Everything New. The Best Meats nd Vegetables.
MEALS S5c; TWENTY-ONE MEALS 4.50,
Miss F. M. Carnahan, Prop.
Directly Opposite Gregory Houee.
HEAL, EHTATE AM) MINE8.
r
WM. S. HABLEY & CO.,
1
The congressman is on the stump,
His born be loudly toots;
Despite his air of confidence,
He's shaking in his boots.
There is one thing to be said in favor
of football. The season doesn't last
long.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powdei
World's Fair Highest Medal and Diploma.
AUSTRALIA'S GOLD MINES.
Two Yoang Adventurers Who Struck a
- Great Bonanza in That Country.
Some big-' stories are current of the
richness of the Coolgardie gold fields
in western Australia, and particularly,
says the Scientific American, of one
mine in the district discovered by two
young- adventurers named liailey and
Ford. The former, while prospecting,
found a forty-five ounce nugget stick
ing out from a reef in a big mountain
of quartz. As quickly as possible a
claim was staked out, but in spite of all
precautions much valuable surface ore
was stolen before a proper guard could
be established.
The monthly output from the mine
now amounts to 2,000 ounces. From
thirty tons of ore picked from a bulk
of 1,400 tons 18,000 ounces of gold were
obtained, and the remainder of the
stone is expected to yield from five to
six ounces to the ton. Out of 650 tons
raised from a depth of fifteen feet
twelve tons were picked, giving 8.500
ounces of smelted gold. From another
part of the mine four tons selected out
of 100 tons of ore yielded 1,000 ounces
of gold. Some of the other returns of
picked stone were: Five tons from 250
Hhoe Store.
When a business man of the stand
ing and success of Henry E. Kemp is
grilling to give his time and thought to
the service of the people In legislative
P66embly no one can suspect a sinister
or pecuniary motive. Henry Kemp
will take his seat in the council abso
lutely unpledged and unhampered in
his resolution to Berve ably and efficiently.
WE SALUTE YOU
Dealers In
Real Esta Mines and Mining Lands.
North Center street, next door to Chamber of Commerce. We will buy or develop any
good, paying, ary placer mines. Bring ns samples.
tons for 2,000 ounces, two tons from
seventy tons for 900 ounces, four tons
for 1,000 ouncesand thirty-five hundred
weight for 800 ounces. Some of the
surface "is so rich in gold that ounces
can sometimes be picked out in a few
minutes." Down to the fifty-foot level
only it is estimated that gold to the
amount of 40,000 ounces is now in
sight. It is as yet too soon to speak
about the prospects of other claims
which have been pegged out in and
around Coolgardie. Very few of them
have got beyond the rudimentary stage
of prospecting claims, although re
potts have been received of some val
uable finds, among which may be cited
a reef carrying ten ounces to the ton,
and the discovery of nuggets of fifty
two ounce weight on a field forty-five
miles distant. The population of the
place amounted to about 1,500 some
weeks ago, but since then has dimin
ished in consequence of the terrible
hardships which must be encountered
there, owing to the climate.
Boarding.
Happy and Content are the
Boarders at the
IVY GREEN
RESTAURANT,
WHY?
Elephants in Africa.
The elephant of Africa is still a
tolerably abundant animal. Its num
bers, though doubtless diminished by
more than one-half within this
century, are probably to be counted by
the hundred thousand. Nevertheless,
in less than one hundred years the
field which is occupied has been great
ly reduced, and between the ivory
hunter and the sportsman, armed with
guns of ever-increasing deadliness, it
will certainly not require another cen
tury of free shooting to annihilate the
African species.
Luncli Connter,
We Have EverytMn,
In Shoes Except Feet.
You mupt furnish them, and you can
do it handsomelv. We sell the
Therk is nothing green about Frank
H. Parker if his business is ranching.
He is astonishing his fellow candi-
STRONGEST S
Made for Boys and Girls.
THEM SHOE STORE
In the Fleming Block.
GODWIN & CO.
AL. WILLIAMS
Has purchased the
Commercial Cafe
CESTEB STREET,
wi'l run a First class place. Motto: Cleanli
ness and prompt attention. Everyone knows
Al. He will treat yon even better now that he
is working for himself.
Because their appetites are first cul
tivated to a condition of natural
Healthfulness and then regularly
nourished and satisfied by choice
viands, fresh vegetables and all
palatable and wholesome foods in
MRS. A. WILLIAMSON,
Adams Street, Between Center and First.
Meat Market.
0. K. MARKET.
CHOICE CUTS OF MEAT
AT LOWEST PRICE.
A. WEILER. PROPRIETOR.
Corner Washington and Third Sts.
Opp. Lemon Hotel. . PHIENIX, ARIZ.
B E E F-ps
And all kinds of
Fresh and
Cured Meats
and Sausage.
Kept in Cold Storage.
Family orders promptly delivered.
Chas. Kraft,
Washington Market, Next the Dairy.
Cleaning and Dyein (.
OD
5.
Groceries.
My
Husbands
Never complains
about the food I set
before him since I
began trading at the
Cash Grocery of
W. F. McNulty.
On the contrary he often
remarks the superior qual
ity of the Teas, Coffee, Ba
con and groceries in gen
eral we are now using.
H.
Clothes Cleaned,.
Dyed and Repaired.
Opposite Lemon House, on Washington Street.
"EL PASO ROUTE"
Texas and Pacific
The Great Popular Route Between
8hortlinetoNEW ORLEANS, KANSAS CITY.
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS, NEW YORK and
WASHINGTON. Favorite line to the
north, east and sontheast. PULL
MAN BUFFET SLEEPING
CARS and solid trains
from El Paso to
Dallas, Frt forth, New Orleans, Memphis sni St. lonii,
FA8T TIME AND 8URE CONNECTIONS.
fop-See that your tickets read Texas and
Pacific Railway. For maps, time tables, ticket
rates and all required information, call on Of
address anv of the ticket agents.
B. F. DARBYSHIRE,
Gen. Agt. El Paso, Texa
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Gen Pass, and Ticket Aet, Dallas, Tex.

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