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THE ARIZOXA REPUBLICAN. DAILY AND WKGKLXi MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. PUBLISHED BY THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN COMPANY. BOARD OP directors: Lewis Wolfley, Clark Churchill, J. A. Black, T. J. Wolfley, Edward Butt, Jr. Entered at tlie postodice at Phoenix, Arizona, as mail matter of the second class. Publication Office: 18 North First Avenue, Fleming Block. Telephone No. 47. BY CARRIER: The- Daily Republican is delivered by car rierier in Phoenix at 25 cants per week or ?t 00 per month in advance. Subscribers failing to get Ths Republican regularly or promptly should notify The Re publican business office (not the caTier) in order to receive immediate attention. Tele phone No. 47. 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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. J. O'Brien, advertising manager, Harvey. J. Lee, superintendent of circulation, and Bert Ruple ire the only authorized solic itors for the Daper. Edward Butt, Jr., and Harvky 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 : Monihou Corner News Stand Phoenix Pratt Bros Irvine Co Postoffice News Stand B. J. Stedler. 24 W. Washington St. For Delegate to Congress, N. O. MURPHY. For Council nan at Large, A. J. DORAN. COUNTY TICKET. For Coucilman Hexry E. Kemp ( J. A. Marshal For Assemblvmen. . E- H.!.?T0N I 1'ekry Wii.dman I VV. 3. JOHNSON For Sheriff W. F. McNulty For District Attorney Jeery Millay For Recorder "Winturop Sears For Probate Judjje C. W. Crouse For Treasurer M. W. Messenger For Assessor H. B. St. Clair For Surveyor W. A. Hancock For Supervisors 'f H Pi (J. T. Priest arker OITK MOTTO: 16 TO 1. PHCENIX. OCTOBER 20. 1894. BUSINESS NOTICE. There are many accounts due us which we have carrie'd for a Ions 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, THE WOMEN OF COLORADO Politics is an uncertain quantity this fall in everv state where an election is to be held, as various new divisions of voters are recognized, so that calcula tions are almost impossible to make in the usual ways. But Colorado is the Mecca of uncertainty. The women of Colorado are preparing to exercise the r p m urn m m 11LI1 VUL mmA right of suffrage in full for the first time at a general state election. There can be no doubt from the reports that they are taking a great deal of interest in the coming events. Efforts to make predictions on the results are hopeless ly lost in chaos, Kew voters are every where, and as the divine right of woman is to change her mind as often as the chooses, there is no telling how often she will exercise that privilege between now and election day. One interesting effect is, however, already certain, and that is that woman suffrage means the candidature of many women for official positions. There are female candidates on all the tickets. The Democrats, Re publicans and Populists have nominated women for the office of superintendent of public instruction. It is predicted that there will be eight or ten women in the next legislature, whatever party may win. There are two women on the Democratic and two on the Republican central committee. In their political clubs, however, the sisters flock by themselves, though they are addressed bv both male and female orators. A Denver writer on the subject of how the women will vote Jias this to say : The division of the women voters among the parties is a matter of con siderable speculation. A lady worker who is a Republican says that 65 per cent of the 19,000 women registered in the county of Arapahoe, of which Den ver is a part, will vote the Republican ticket. This is given as a result of a house to hous3 canvass, but, everybody knows how unreliable are the "polls" made of voters before an election. Ten per cent are given to the Democrats, 20 to the Populists, and 5 to the Prohibi tionists. In 1888 the Republicans had 55 per cent of the vote of the state, and the Democrats 41 ; but in 1892 the Democrats were out of it, the Populists getting 57 per cent of the total vote and the Republicans 41. In Arapahoe county, however, including Denver, the Populists had a few hundred plurality over the Republicans in 1892. The above estimate, therefore, if correct, would indicate an immense gain of the Republicans from woman suffrage; but it is in all probability incorrect. It is said that the wives of the Populists will generally vote with their husbands, but that the same rule will not apply to the other parties. One correspondent of a paper, who is quoted as a Republican and good au thority becaus 3 of his position, makes a statement that seems to cause tur prue in that section. It is that the wives of bankers, merchants and pro fessional men are the most active in politics, while in the "tough" quarters of Denver few women have registered. It is explained, however, that politics is for the time being a fashionable fad, which explains the interest taken in it by society women generally. It may well be doubted whether this interest will last beyond a campaign or two. In this respect, as in all others, the fash ion is likely to change. For the pres ent, however, the leaders of fashion are the leaders of politics, and this cir cumstance is sure to exert its influence upon the election next month. The fight in Colorado is between the Re publicans and the Populists, and if the women in Denver are really so largely Republicans as represented, woman suffrage is likely to be an essential factor in the defeat of the Populists, as Arapahoe county casts about one fourth of the vote of the state. It is generally believed that the pres ence of women at the polling places will make a great difference in the de portment of voters, but the last writer quoted above does not indicate as much in Colorado. In fact, he appears to be lieve the opposite, that the disturbing element will be worse, as he says woman suffrage bids fair to develop the fighting qualities of the male members of the families of female politicians. A case is leported where the lady presi dent of a Republican club tried to pre vent a gang of toughs from voting at the primaries, and was insulted. She sent for her husband, who knocked down the leader of the gang and kept the rest at bay with his revolver. In cidents of this kind are likely to be come numerous as the campaign waxes warmer. THE CONTROL OF THE NEXT HOUSE. It will not be easy for the Republi cans to elect a majority of the next house. This is due to the fact that a number of states have been outrage ously gerrymander? d by Democratic legislatures. Among the states w hich have been "fixed" by the Democrats are Califor nia, Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, Massachusetts, Kentucky, North Caro lina, South Carolina, Missouri, Tennes see, Michigan, Nebraska, New York, West Virginia and Wisconsin. In the South we can hardly expect to increase much, if at ail, our present strength, which is represented by one congressman from Kentucky, one from South Carolina, one from North Caro lina, one from Missouri and two from Tennessee. In order to obtain a majority in the house of representatives the Republi cans must carry 172 out of 229 northern and western congreeeional districts, or three to every one carried by the Demo crats. It is clear from these figures that the Democratic party has a good deal more than a fighting chance of being able to retain control of the next house of representatives, and therefore would be able to choose the next president of the United States if the election should be thrown into congress. So close is the fight that Senator John Sherman is disposed to believe that the Democrats will retain control of the next house by a reduced majority. In many localities cattlemen and sheepmen do not get along very well to gether and the former have been in clined to feel that the tariff bill, which has ruined their opponents, was not any matter of concern to them. But they are destined to discover that they make a great mistake in the premises, for they irlso are hit hard by the new law. The McKinley law fixed the duty on foreign cattle at $10 per head, while the Wilson bill cuts it down to 20 per cent ad valorem. Cattle are worth less than $5 a head in Mexico. The plains there are covered with them and the great herds can be brought into this country under the new law and sold in direct competition with American stock. The effict must be to depress priceB in this country. While the result will not be as disastrous as in the case of the sheep business, it will, neverthe less, be very serious. Texas cattle owners are already aroused over the matter. They are acquainted with the conditions prevailing iu Mexico and they can realize the danger, but cattle men everywhere will feel the tffect when the importations shall have been gotten well started. General Ezkta has reached that stage of importance that he is provided with a oody guard. Lots of men like to whisper mysteriously to their friends that epme lurkinir enemy is haunting their every step, watching eagerly for an opportunity to he revenged. Ihis is some mtn's idea of notorietv. But when a man is really. followed, as is evidently the case with Ezeta, he as sumes an air of bravery. And why ehould he not? There is no use hiding from the inevitable. The cause for be- Whoe Store. WE SALUTE YOU We Have Everythin. In Shoes Except Feet. You must furnish them, and you can do it handeomelv. We sell the fir 'T C'f'TAAT CITATXt xlUJJUl UUiVVLi k. k i i ti i ii 1 1 ' Made for Bova and Girls. It THE HEW SHOE STORE In the Fleming Block. GODWIN & CO. BA-NICIIVCJ. James A. Fleming, President. P. J. Cole, PHffiWX 1TI1I mi, THE ONLY IS ARIZONA. Paid Up Capital, - - $100,000 U. S. BoMs to Secure Deposits, 50,000 Depositary for tte Territorial Funds, The on) y Steel-Lined Vaults and Steel 3af ety Deposit Boxes in Arizona. Interest Paid on Time Deposits, General Banking Business. Drafts Issued on III the Principal Cities of the World. IJhceiiix. Ajrizona. BE8TATJB ANT. rioneer Kestaurant. Jast Opened. Everything New. The Best Meats and Vegetables. MK1L8 85c; IWKSII-ONE HBALSS4.S0, c Miss F. uirectly Upposite Gregory REAL, ESTATE F WM. S. HADLEY & CO.. Dealers tn Real Estate, Mines and Mining Lands. North Center street, next door to Chamber of Commerce. We will bny or develOD anv good, paying, dry lacer mines. Bring us samples. lief in fore-ordination has never been explained away. Ezeta's enemies are anxious to prevent his return. They fear the people would follow him, as the French did Napoleon, and put him again at the head of the government. The Republican county ticket in Maricopa should be elected. It is com posed of. the very best men in the county. Jidge Kibbey is an ideal chairman for the Republican committee. He can plan the campaign or take the stump a splendid combination. Cochise county is reliably Republi can. Vote 'eh straight. Caution. Imitations have been put upon the market so closely resembling Allcock's Porous Piasters in general appearance as to be well calculated to deceive. It is, however, in general appearance ooly that they compare with Allcock's, for they are worse thai worthless, inas much as they contain deleterious in gredients which are apt to cause serious injury. Remember that Allcock's are the genuine porous plasters the best external remedy ever produced; when purchasing plasters do not only ask for but inak sure that you get Allcock's. Braudreth's Piils, the best anti bilious remedv. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powdei World's Fair Highest Medal and Diploma. litincli CJoiinter. AL. WILLIAMS Has purchased tie Commercial Cafe CENTER 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. Will Open on October 5, Groceries 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. My HusbaiHL Vice - President. A. H. Harscher, Cashier. M. Carnahan, ProD. House. AND MINES. I Boardlne. Happy and Content are the Bodi ders at the IVY GREEN RESTAURANT. WHY? Because tv eir appetites are first cul tivated to a condition of natural Healthfulness and then regularly nouri-hed and satisfied by choice viands, fresh vegetables and all psilatable and wholesome foods in season. MRS. A. WILLIAMSON Ad arus Street, Between Center and First 3 To tic Market. 0. K. MARKET. CHOICE CVTS F MEAT AT LOWEST PRICE. A. WEILER. PROPRIETOR. Ccrner Washington and Third Sts. Opp. Lemon Hotel. PHOENIX, ARIZ. BEE And all k i lids of Fresh and Oured Meats and Sausage. Kept in Cold Storage.. Family orders promptly delivered. Chas. Kraft, Washington Market, Next the Dairy. Cleaning and I vein Si. H. Clothes Cleaned, Dyed and Repaired. Opposite Lemon House, on Washington Street. "EL PASO ROUTE" Texas and Pacific The Great Popular Route Between Short line to NEW ORLEANS. KANSAS CITT CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS, NEW YORK and WASHINGTON. Favorite line to the north, east and southeast. PULL MAN BUFFET SLEEPING CARS and solid trains from El Paso to Dallas, Fort Worth, New Orleans, Memphis and St. Losii FA8T TIME AND 8URE CONNECTIONS. jf B3ee that yonr tickets read Texas and Pacific Railway. For maps, time tables, tickc-t rates and all required information, call on o? address anv of the ticket agents. B. F. DARBYSHIRE, Gen. Agt. El Paso. Texa GASTON MESLIER, Gen Pass, and Ticket Aft, Dallas, Tex.