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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9, 1894. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. U.HLY A3SD WEEKLI. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. PUBLISHED BY THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN COMPANY. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: Lewis Wolflev, Clark Churchill, J. A. Black, T. J. Wolfley, Edward Butt, Jr. Entered at the postotfece at Phoeuix, Arizona, as mail matter of Lhe secoud class. Publication Office: 18 North First Avenue, Fleming Block. Telephone No. 47. ADVERTISING RATES. Rates of advertising in the Daily, Sunday or Weekly edition made known on application at the publication office. Or ring up telephone number 47, and a representative of the business department, will call and quote prices and contract for s pace. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. The Republican is fully prepared to do all kinds of plain and fancy Job printing in all the latest styles. Completebook bindery and ruling 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 unless they were contracted upon the written authority of the management. fl3F"F. J. O'Brien, advertising' manager, Harvey J. Lee, superintendent of circulation, and A. Meyer are the " only authorized solicitors for the paper. Edward Butt, Jr. andHARViiY J.Lee are the authorized cullect ore for the company. T. J. W OLFLEY, General Manager. BY CARRIER: The Daily Republican is delivered by car rierier in Fhcenix at 25 cents per week or ?1tH) per month in advauce. 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. AGENCIES. The Republican can be found on sale at the following places ; Monihon Corner News Stand Phcenix Pratt Bros " Irvine Co Postoffice News Stand " B. J. Stedler, 24 W. Washington St " . Parlor Cigar Store " BY MAIL: Daily, one year $ 10 00 Daily, fix mouths. 5 00 Daily, three months 2 50 Sunday Republican, one year 2 50 Sun lay Repabiican, six months 1 :io Weekly Republican one year 1 50 Weekly Republican, six months 75 Terms : strictly in advance. All communications relating to news or editorial matter should be addressed to Kditor Republican. 3g-All remittances and business letters should be addressed to The Arizona Republi can Company, Pucenix, Ariz. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN CO. OTJK MOTTO : " , vil l m -,s. IS T V - 16 TO 1. STAND DP FOR ARIZONA. PHCENIX, NOVBMBEB 9, 1894. A DANGEROUS TENDENCY. The probable approach of statehood and the election of two United States senators directs attention to the recent movement of Mr. Clark, the well known capitalist of Montana, who is an awowed candidate for senator in Ari zona. ' The candidacy of Mr. Clark ought to attract public attention and disapproval as the laiest manifestation of a danger ous tendency in American politics. Mr. Clark is nominally a citizen of Arizona, bat, as everybody knows, his business and social interests are elsewhere. Whatever may be his present habitat, he was not long ago well established in Montana, living in a very comfortable sort of Btyle there, and being at one time anxious to purchase one of the Helena newspapers, if report be true. He has had intimate relations of one kind or another, indeed, with several cities and states, but it is only within the last few weeks that the general public has entertained any suspicion of his residence in Arizona. In Montana he achieved a reputation, once on a time, as a shrewd political manipulator, but nobody has supposed that he cherished designs of a similar nature in Arizona. Whether they are realized or not, Mr. Clark's senatorial ambitionB are not pleasant to contemplate. Every citizen has a right, of course, to cherish an honorable desire for election to any office within the gift of the people, but in the case of this particular citizen it is proposed to employ disreputable means to elevate him to one of the most important positions in the gov ernment. At least, no other conclusion can be drawn very well from the facts of the case as they are reported from those who know. Nobody supposes that Mr. Clark has any particular qualifica tion for the senatorship. He has been a successful business man, but his only experience in public affairs has been of a nature most unlikely to commend him to thoughtful citizens. He has had much to do with legislatures, it is true, but only as a lobbyist and as the employer of lobbyists, if public opinion does not misjudge him. Moreover, he is to all intents and purposes a resident of another state than Arizona, and his present residence in it is the result merely of a desire to secure senatorial toga. Coming as it does close upon the successful candidacy for the United States senate of Mr. Wetmore in Rhode Island, this latest attempt to corral a state reveals what may well be taken to be a dangerous tendency in contem porary politics. Senator Brice resides in New York, but occupies a seat in the senate at Washington as the representa tive of the state of Ohio; Mr, Wetmore, though maintaining certain relations with his state, businesswise and so cially, is rather a resident of New York than of Rhode Island; and now comes Mr. Clark, of ''Montana, New York and Philadelphia," as one commenator puts it, and proposes to obtain an Ari zona senatoiship, for reasons best know to himself. Is this to be a perm anent tendency in American politics? Are successful business men going to look to the upper house of congress as a place in which to pass a few comfort able years after they have acquired a competence and something more? By and by, it may be, we shall hear that Mr. Russell Sage has been elected sena tor from Utah, and that Mr. George Gould has secured control of the legis lature in New Mexico. And then we shall feel as some of our English cousins do about the house of lords; we shall be anxious to abolish tho senate altogether. The New Yokk courts have reduced a surgeon's charge for treating Lottie Collins' sprained ankle from $87 to $20. It would be interesting to know what sort of a fee they would allow for a plaiu, ordinary ankle. Perhaps the Harvard Union is justi fied in excluding women from participa tion in its proposed joint debate with Boston University, unless it is prepared to concede that the women should have the last word. President Cleveland went out to shoot partridges and he is reported to have returned with sixteen squirrels. This again illustrates the fact that platforms and performances do not al ways agiee. Everybody in New York is taking in the beauty show. Some go to see the portraits and some go to see the people who go to see the portraits, as Little Billee said about folks who went to the Louvre. The election is over. Now let's all get down to business and make things hum this winter. It pays better to talk town lots than politics anyway. Secretary Carlisle owes Mr. Mor ton an apology, his coachman a month's wages and the public an open confes sion of his blundering folly. Every Democratic congressman de feated will mean one less vote in the next house for England as against the United States. Nicholas II begins well. There's an olive branch in his initial manifesto. The next legislature will be Repub lican on joint ballot. COMPOSING ON THE MARCH. Melody Came to Him in the Ranks, and It Almost Caused Trouble. Benvenuto Coronaro, the composer, recently published some reminiscences in one' of the Italian musical papers. He was serving- once in the army, and was ordered to take part in a long1 march. On the way a melody came to him. He could not ret rid of it. He heard it above the "toots'" of the trum pets and the beat of the drums. Suddenly, the fear possessed hi-n that he mig-ht forget the melody; it was necessary to write it down. Taking courage, he drew his note book from his pocket and began to write. Of course he lost his place in the ranks, and the sergeant hurried toward him. "Are you crazy?"' he asked. "Take your place in the company at once." "But I cannot," cried Coronaro. "I must write this down," and he began to whistle the tune in the face of the under officer. "That was too much," says the com poser. "He drew his sword, and was about to strike me over the back when the captain appeared. The Sergeant made a report, while I continued to write. . - " 'What are you writing?' thundered the captain. I handed him the note book, which he read quickly. '"The man is to continue writing,' he went on. 'But if that piece (and he pointed to the sheet of paper in my hand) is not played by the regimental band to-morrow morning he will be put in prison for eight days.' He then put spurs to his horse and disap peared. "The band played the piece on the following Jav." Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Richest Award. Shoe Store. Not ftiiflntitv Is What We are Talking About. We do not claim to carry the biprgest Stock in the world, but the DPCH ahoes for the Money . . Ij tjlj 1 -a! THEREISHORSTORE In the Fleming Block. GODWIN & CO. Meat Market. And all kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats and Sausage. in tola mm. f amily orders promptly delivered. Chas. Kraft, Washington Market, Next the Dairy. Hotels. Sixtl4veieHotel. A f Elegantly Furnished yt f H-U ROOMS! rvJ First-Class Table In Connection. WALSH SISTERS, No Invalids Admitted. Proprietors. COK. A OASIS AND SIXTH AVE, E. k. BURLINGAME'S ASSAY OFFICE S CHEBICAL d LABOKATURi Established in Colorado. 1866. Samples by mail or express will receive prompt and care- iui uueuu'un. Gold and Silver Bullion XlXoCt Address, 1736 and 1738 Lawrence St.. IcnTer, Colo. Private Board. PRIVATE BOARDING pyl im At the J All Home Cooking. Mrs Jackson, Prop. SOV W. WASHINGTON. Timber Culture Final Proof Notice for Publication. United States Land Office,! Tucson, Ariz., Sept. 27, 1894. j Notice is hereby given that Perrin L. Kay of Phoenix, Ariz., has filed notice of intention to make final proof before the Clerk of the District Court at his office in Phcenix, Ariz., on Friday, the 16th day November, 1894, on timber culture application No. 982, for the northeast quarter of section No. 19, in Township No. 2 north. Range No. 2 east. He names as witnesses Henry H. Wilkey, Daniel F. Wilkey, Alfred M. Jones and Samuel S. Green, all of Phcenix, Ariz. EUGENE J. TRIPPEL, Register. First publication Sept. 30, 1894. STOVES. LARGE Prices Correspond According to Grade. SMAlL STOVES Handsome Designs, Greatest Variety, Largest Stock. 27-29 E. Washington Street, i: vn JambsA. Fleming, President. P. J. Cole, EI Mim BANK, THE ONLY United States Depositar IN ARIZONA. Paid Up Capital, - $100,000 U. S. Bonds to Secure Deposits, 50,000 Depositary for tie Territorial Funds. TheonJ y ateel-Lined Vaults and Steel Safety Deposit Boxes In Arizona. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. General Banking Business. Drafts Issued on Ml the Principal Cities of the World. "Phoenix. Arizona. MURRAY & DEMERS, WHOLESALE Confectioners. MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF CANDIES. 116 I. Washington Street, - - - - - Cole Block. Cleaning and DveinlJ. H. ROSEKSTM, Clothes CI Dyed and Repaired. Opposite Lemon House, on Washington Street. Restaurant. K Mrs. T. O. Thomas has opened the neateFt and cleanest little restaurant in Phcenix, on Je fferpon street between Center and First. The patrons say the fare is better than they have had for a long time. Meals 25 cents ; Weeekly board $5.00 Blanlcets. Did You Ever Get Left? If you don't want to now, come around early, and pet your first pick from my new lot oi Navajo Blankets THEY ARE BEAUTIES And no mistake. By the way, is your oil can empty? li so,"get it filled. io your oil cans leak? II so, get a new one AT PHIENIX OIL CO., 2 8S.(VKNTRRST. J. AV. BK-HA.M. S. J. TRIBOLETS MEAT MARKET. 5!u Only fold Air Storage in the Territory. No meat iBsoli unless hist kept from "four to six day in storKe. W e keep constantly on hand REEF, MUTTON, rOKK, VEAL, SAUSAGES of all kinds, HAM, BACON, TRY, LEAF and KETTLE LARD. Al, o California PKESH FISB, EASTEKN OlSTEKS, POULTRY, buy for cash, save money bv trading at Tribolet's. 116 E. Washington St., Opp. City Hall. The New Sheet Metal Worker AND Plumber. In Mneast Cor. Fleming Block, Under Dawson & Fish's hardware, is the latest to pin his faith on the progress and prosperity of the valley, and believing that now is the proper time to announce himself, does so. It will be my object to execute vonr wants promptly and workmanlike, and with this assurance to you, I earnestly solicit a share of your patronage, I don't expect to be very busy for a feiv days, come in and get acquainted. Yours trully Ghas. 0. F. Tonnsstrom STOVES EDIUM STOVES I. H. BURTIS. iv rrv;. Vice - President. A. H. Haeschee, Cashier. AND KETAII BoardlnK. Happy and Conteut are the Boarders at the IVY GREEN RESTAURANT. WHY? Because their appetites are first cul tivated to a condition of natural. Eealthfulness and then regularly nourithed and satisfied by choice viands, fresh vegetables ' and all palatable and wholesome foods in season. MRS. A. WILLIAMSON, Adams Streetf Between Center and First. For a Good Team Try the Grand Central Livery- Horses Boarded by the Week or Month at Lowest Rates, ALBRIGHT & MURPHY Props One block stfuth of Commercial hotel. -Till;- mmi bakery EDWARD E1SELE, Prop. This popular establishment has been refitted and renovated throughout. Every thing in the way of baking STRICTLY FIRST CLASS All orders attended to with promptness and to the utmost satiffaetiou of our pat rons. Free delivery to any part of the city. PHCENIX BAKERY Porter Blk. Groceries. My Husband Never compl a i n s about the food I set before liim since I began trading at the Cash Grocery of W. F. McNuIty. 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.