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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 14. 1895
2
W ARIZONA REPUBLICAN.
D.1ILI AMD WEKKLY.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
OFFICIAL CITY PAPER.
PUBLISHED BY
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN COMPANY.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
lawls Wolney, Clark Churchill, J. A. Black,
T. J. Wolrley, Edward Butt, Jr.
Kntered at the postoihce at Phoenix, Arizona,
as mail matter of the second class.
Publication Oihce: 18 Moith first Avenue,
Fleming Block. Telephone No. 47.
BY CARRIER:
The Daily Republican is delivered by car
rlerier in Phoenix at 2i CuUls per week or ?1 00
per month in aavauce.
Subscribers failing to get This Republican
regularly or promptly should uotiiy Tbk iiK
poblican business office (uot the cat tier) lu
order to receive immediate attention. Xeie-
phone No. 47.
encouragement that is felt by moet
people ia well grounded. Oar people
and our enterprises are going ahead
they are moving in the right direction.
If anybody here has not made tma
discovery it ia time for him to do eo
and to get into the procession. This ia
going to be a good year for thia coun
try. By being awake to thia fact and
talking it we shall help to make the
year even better than it would be other
wise. '
BY MAIL:
Daily, one year $ 10 00
Daily, six months o W
Daily, three months 2 50
Sunday Republican, one year 2 50
Sun lay Republican, six mouths 1 .J5
Weekly Repu Dlican one year 1 50
'Weekly republican, six mouths o i
TermB: atrictly in advance.
33A11 communications relating to news or
editorial matter should be addressed to Jiditor
Republican.
fiPAll remittances and business letters
should be addressed to The Arizona Republi
can Company, Pnoeuix.Ariz.
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN CO.
French Enamel Calf
The Latest in
MEN'S DRESS SHOES.
HAYE YOD SEEN THEM?
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING.
The republican is fully prepared to do ail
kinds oi plain aud faucy Job printing in all the
latest styles. Complete book bindery and ruling
machinery in connection with the job depart
ment. Work perfectly and promptly doite.
AGENCIES.
The Republican can be found on sale at the
lollowing places :
Honihon Corner News Stand Phoenix
Pratt Bros .... "
Irvine Co "
Postofhce News Stand
ADVERTISING RATES.
Rates of advertising in the Daily, Sunday or
neeaiy euitiou maue anown on application at
the publication office. Or rine ud telephone
number 47, and a representative of the business
department, win call and quote prices and
contract lor space.
NOTICE TO BUSINESS MEN.
No bills against The Arizona REpmnrm
Co,, or its employes will be paid by the com
piny unless they were contacted upon the
ili: y mine management.
J. O'Brien, advertising manager,
and HARVEY J. Lee, superintendent oi circula
tion, are the only authorized solicitors
ior ine paper, hdwakd butt, Jr. aud
habvuy j. l,ee are the authorized collect
ors for the coropany.-
T. J. WOLFLEY. General -Manager.
OTJK MOTTO:
16 TO 1.
mm dp for in.
A GRAVE MISTAKE.
One of the best indications of busi
ness revival is the demand eastern ad
vertisers are making for space in west
ern paptra. It is probable that every
well established Arizona newspaper
ri ceivad twice as many eastern adver
t'Biiii' propositions: the Btst two months
of 180-i as in the corresponding months
of 1884. Ihis busitiffs can be made
valuable if it is pMin r!y handled. As
a rule, the rates offcri-d' are very low
generally 'not to (Xfloc a half the local
rates that muhl ba charged to enable
newspapers to mset their ob'.isal'o'i?.
There is no reason for treating the
foreign adveitieer better than the local
one. The earns schedule of rates
should obtain for both. Nine-tentha of
every newspaper's support cornea from
its local patrons and they ehould not be
required to pay more for space than
those living elsewhere.
Foreign firms cannot do business in
this territory without advertising here.
They cannot get the merits of here
wares before our people so well or at so
little expense in any other way as by
the us5 of our newspapers and they are
convinced of this. They are not to be
blamed for getting their work done as
cheaply as possible, but they will pay
well for it if they have to do eo.
The trouble is with the publishers of
some newspapers. They do not under
stand their business and hence .accept
everv advertising proposition from
abroad as so much clear gain, regard
less of the price oflared.
There ia no clear gain in such printing
offices. They are always "hand to
mouth" concerns, having difficulty in
paying their bills and often not paying
them. Such concerns not only a;e
without legitimate living business, but
they also injure the business of other?.
If all our Arizona newspapers would
insist on doing business QU businees
principles, not one would lose in con
sequence and one-half more money
would come into this territory from
ioreign advertisers.
They do not "drav" the feet:
are comfortable; wear "well and
have the elegant finish of pattnt
leather, without its liability to
check and crack.
GODWIN & CO,
The New Shoe Store, Fleming Block.
Phoenix
Opera House.
Hirahfeld & Fleishman, .Lessees & Mgrs.
Four nights only commencing
Monday, larch 11.
BUGGIES!
inn
A carload of
tlieiii just received.
If you need one we
can suit you as to price,
style and quality.
See our small wagon
for business niPii, the first
in this market.
THE HENRY E. KEMP CO.,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
BUGGIES I
Inelaborate productions of the
following popular comic operas:
March 11, AMOBITA.
12, B'.A( K HUESAK.
' U, AMORiTA.
" 14, SAID PASHA.
BUGGIEE1
BUGGIES!
Hotable Array of Principals,
Handsome Chorus,
Perfect Ensemble,
Competent Orchestra.
Company'sOwn ,
Scenic, Calcium and Electrical Effects'.
Prices $1.50, $1.00 and 50c.
Boxes $10.00 and $15.00.
I Tickets on Bale March 9 at opera drug store.
BUGGIES!!
BUGGIES!
HARDWARE.
sort of rubbish. Such talk has ceased
to bring forth any expressions of sym
pathy. The duties of the president are
many and varied, but there is no reason
why he should seek to be his own
cabinet and all the departments besides
and attempt to do all of the work. It
is an exhibition of distrust and weakness.
Bansn.
-THE-
The appropriations made by the
Fifty-first cocgrers, known as the
"billion dollar" congress, amounted to
$988,000,0000. The appropriations
made by the Fifty-third congres?, in:
eluding the interest upon bonds, made
a part of the permanent expenses, will
be about $993,000,000. That is doing
pretty well for the firEt Democratic re
form congress, eli-cted upon a basis of
economy in the public expenditures.
PHtENIX. MARCH 14. 1895.
Twenty thousand miners in the
rittsburg coal district threaten to
strike. If they do it means misery end
loss of wages to nearly all of them, and
perhaps death to some of the men.
The end. of that strike cm be antici
pated before it is betran. The "money
lost by men who are continually strik
ing would more than make up any ad
vantage they hope to gain.
Valley Bank,
PHCENIX, ARIZONA.
Capital
Surplus
$100,000
26,000
WW. CHRISTY, President.
M. H. SHERMAN, Vice-President.
M. W. ME3BENG3B, Cashier.
RECEIVE DEF0S1TS,
MAKE COLLECTIONS,
BUY AND SELL EXCHANGE,
Discount Commercial Paper and do e
General Backing Business.
Office Hours 9 a. m,, to 3 p. m.
CORRESPONDENTS.
Am. Exchange Natl. Bank New York
The Anglo California Bank,
.. .San Francisco, Cai
National Bank of Illinois Chicago, 111
First National Bank Los Angelet
Prescott National Bank i.Prescott. Arizona
For a Good Team
Try the
Grand Central
Livery
Horses Boarded by the Week or Month at
Lowest Rates. Telephone No 96.
ALBRIGHT &MURPHY Props
One block south of Commercial hotel.
GOLDEN EAGLE
Livery Stable.
Whn In need of a good team or place
to keep your horse call on us
C. M. STURGES & CO.
Third St., rear of Lemon house.
DR. LUKE.
CHINESE PHYSICIAN.
Fonr years' practice in Phoenix. Nervous"
and chronic diseases of man skillfully and
reasonable treated. Female sitknesp, etc., a
specialty. The only graduated herb doctor in
the city of Phoenix. Patients living in the
country can be t eated by mail. Write for infor
mation. Consultation free.
436 WEST WASR1RST0N SVS?
French
THIS
AMI RANK OF ARIZONA,
PHCENIX. ARIZONA.
25c
60c
A BRIGHT FUTURE.
There is a hopeful feeling in Maricopa
county this spring. Almost all the
people with whom We talk are" cheerful
and anticipate better times. General
farmers, orchardists and grape growers
have brighter prospects than they have
known for several years.
There is cood reason for this hopeful
ness. ine season mug lar bus ucen
very fine. Our winter rains were am
ple, but not excessive. Following the
winter rains came weeks of delightful
weather with plows running every
where. Orchards, vineyards, gardens
and grain fields have seldom been in
better condition at this time of jear
than they now are.
The construction of the Santa Fe
railroad and revival of mining will
create a demand for farm products.
Better times east and the starting up of
some of the mills there will improve
the fruit market. The advanced price
of wine adds hundreds of thousands of
dollars to the value of our vineyard
nrndncta. All these facts mean much
to Maricopa county producers.
Then, too, many new people are com
ion into this section of the teritory,
bringing their money with them and
thus adding to our wealth. At no time
in the past have there been so many peo
ple residing in Maricopa county as at
the present. There are few vacant
houses in the towns and there is con
siderable activity in building opera
tions. It hai been a good while Bince there
were more residences under construe
tion in Phoenix than at present. Ham
mers and saws are making music thnt
ia pleasant for mechanics. And the
residences that are being erected are
generally of good character.
Yet, the outlook here is good. There
can be no question about this. The
SILLY "FLAPDOODLE."
Considerable "flapdoodle" is being
written just now about the vast amount
of work that President Cleveland has
been called upon to perform, the result
of which he was compelled to take a sea
trip m order to build up his shattered
constitution.
This sort of gossip is silly and puerile.
There is no reason whatever why the
president of the United States should,
under the department system and the
subdivision of work therein, be com
lled to sit at his desk until 4 o'clock
in the morning, or even for one hour
after he has eaten bis 6 o'clock dinner.
If President Cleveland has indulged in
such unnecessary folly it ia his own
fault. Even Abraham Lincoln, who
occupied the White House during the
most exciting period of the nation s
history, was never heard to complain
that he was exhausted by physical
work. There is no need of the presi
dent doing those things which properly
belong to his clerical force. President
Cleveland's overweening conceit no
doubt impelB him to assume a certain
amount of drudgery which he could
safely and properly turn over to his sec
retaries and the clerks in the various
departments. If he wishes to plod
night after night in his private office,
that is his business, and the public has
no sympathyjwith the pitiful tales of
overwork retailed by his namby-pamby
private secretary.
President Depew of the New York
Central Bailroad company, who holds
one of the most responsible positions in
the country, is never overworked. He
always has time to attend dinners and
make speeches, and to spend a few
months in Europe once a year. He is
not anxious to do purely clerical work
merely for the sake of boasting how
hard he is pressed in order to keep his
affairs straight. The country has heard
enough about President Cleveland
bur ling the midnight oil, and all that
A reception will be tendered this
evening, between 7 and 8, at the resi
dence of E. F. Kellner, president of the
chamber of commerce, to Mayor Carl
son of San Diego. Busine.'s men and
friends of the San Diego & Phoenix rail
way are expected to be present to pay
their respects to the promoter of that
great enterprise.
Capital Paid Up
Surplus - - -
- 100,000
- 630,000
Wharton Building, Center Street,
Good Dir ners for
Fine French Dinner,
Elegant Rooms for Private Parties.
Choice Wines and Fine Cigars.
The Bon Ton Place of Phoenix.
Peter Marcovieh.
DIRECTORS:
M. W. Kales, Sol. Lkwib,
.1. Y.. T. Smith, Chas. Goldman.
Geo. W. Koadlky.
It is just a trifle too early to discuss
possible mayorality candidates yet
awhile. The present incumbent is doing
pretty well and may possibly take a
notion to run for one more term, so it
behooves would-be candidates to think
twice before acting once in a matter of
thia Importance.
Now that the celebration is over, let
us treat each of our roads fairly and
they will doubtless treat us the same.
Tallorlna.
UTS
That is what you are assured of at
Nicholson's. We positively guarantee
a perfect fit and under no circumstances
win any garment be permitted to leave
the establishment unless perfect in
every respect. Don't send away for your
clothes but keep the money m town and
leave your orders with Nicholsons
where you can get first-class workman
ship at popular prices.
fflOLSOJi THE TAILOR,
CORRESPONDENTS:
The Bank of California,.... Ban Franclsci .
Agency of Bank of California, New York.
National Bank of Commerce Bt. Louis.
First National Bank, Chicago.
Farmers s Mercnants Bank, Los Angeles
Consolidated National Bank, Tucson.
Bank oi Arizona t resect t,
Messrs.N. M. Rothschild & Sons Londor.
M. W. Kales, Sol. Lewis,
President. Vice-Presidcn;
Geo. W. Hoadlbt. CanliifiT.
Interest Paid on Time Decoslts.
Haloon.
TELEFHOAB NO. 78.
21 South Center St., PHCENIX
lodKin if.
25c
BEDS
50
UoarcllnK.
Happy and Content are the
Boarders at the
IVY GREEN
RESTAURANT.
WHY?
Because their appetites are first cuL
tivated to a condition of natural
Healihfulness and then regularly
nourished and satisfied by choice
Tiands, fresh vegetables and all
palatable and wholesome foods in
season.
MRS. A. WILLIAMSON,
Adams Street. Between Center and First.
AT THE
STAR LODGING HOUSE
No. 47 Jackson and First Sts.,
Two blocks south of city hall.
H. EIXEN,Prop,
Barber S-iliou.
The Fashion Barber Shop
FRANK SHIRLEY, Proprietor.
T ADIEB' WORK DONE
JJ AT THE SHOP OR RE8IDENCE
NEATE8T BATH ROOMS IN THE CITY
. OPPOSITE THE OPERA HOUSE.
II
iiiifiiii!
JIlo p House.
THE CREAMERY.
The best equipped
RESTAURANT
in Arizona, now conducted by the
Tuck Hing Co.,
Regular Meals, 25 cents.
Short Orders 5, 10, 15 cents and upwards
Special orders as
Clrkkfi, Oysters, etc.r
EXTEA.
Meal 'rickets, S4.50..
MAHONEY BLOCK,
. Opp. Court House.
THE lJALi C E
CHOP HOUSE
Rear of Palace Saloon
WING YUtN & CO., Frops.
First-class. meats nreoflred bv exnert cooks at
reasonable prices. Fresh oysters, fish and
chicken daily.
GARDEN CITY RMDMST
THE OLDEST IN THE CITY.
Enjoys the best standing with tradesmen. Euys
everything at spot cash price and giveb
the BEST 25-UKNT MKJL.
Tuck, Hing & Co.
22 and 24 Washington St. , east of Jacobs & Co..
Private rooms for families. TickeiB. $4.50,
Single meals 25c.
JLlverv.
Investments.
PLANK
INVEST-
MENT.
I make a specialty of Bound Investment
real estate in Phoenix and vicinity. In
every cage the return is good and the safe
ty of the principal will he absolute. If
yon have from $100 to SLO.OOO to Invest
see me or you may miss a good opportu
nity, FLANK, 33 So. Center St.
Chas. W. Stevens
Cor. First & Adams Bt!..
LIMY FEED AND SALE STABLE.
Good Turnouts on short notice
at all houxB oi the day and night.
Buy, Sell and Trade, Horses.
BpeclalattenrJon to boardinirhorses.
Back Stand, Conn Bros. Cigar Store,
Telephone. 25: ,
THE REPUBLICAN HAS THE BEST JOB
Printing office in the territory. Good
Wort at reasonable prices our motto.

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