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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SUJS DAY MORNING, APRIL U, 1895
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: DAILY AND W KEKLV. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PKESS. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. PUBLISHED BY THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN COMPANY. BOARD OF DIRECTORS'. Lewis Wolfley, Clark Churchill, J. A. Black, T. J. Wolfley, Edward Butt, Jr. Entered at the postoface at Phcenix, Arizona, as mail matter of the second class. Publication Office: 18 North First Avenue, Fleming Block. Telephone No. 47. BY MAIL: .Daily, one year 1 10 00 Daily, six months 5 00 Daily, three mouths '2 50 Sunday Republican, one year 2 50 Sun lay Republican, six months 1 25 Weekly Kepu Dlican one year l 50 Weekly Republican, six months..: 75 Terms : strictly in advance. AU communications relating to news or editorial mattershould be addressed to Editor &ErOBUCAN. PAU remittances and business letters should be addressed to The Arizona Republi can Company, Phceuix.Ariz. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN CO. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. 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Edward Butt, Jr. is the authorized traveling ttoiiciioc uiu collector ior tne company. T.J. WOLFLEY, General Manager. OUR MOTTO: 16 TO 1, STAUB BP FOB ARIZONA. PHOCNIX. APRIL 14. 1895. CALL FOR A REPUBLICAN CITY CONVENTION. Notice is hereby given that a Republican City Convention will be held at the city hall in the city of Phoenix , April 16th, 1895, at 7 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of nominating candl dates for citv office s to be voted for at the en suing city election to be held May 7, 1815, and the transaction of such other and further busi ness as may properly come before said conven tion: that the number of delegates of said con vention shall be twenty-five, and are hereby apportioned to the different wards of said city as folio wb: Ward N umber 1 shall be entitled to 6 Delegates. Ward Number 2 shall be entitled to 4 Delegates. Ward Number 3 shall be entitled to 8 Delegates Ward Number 4 shall be entitled to 7 Delegates, - , That a primary election shall be held in eich ward on the 13th day of April, 1895, be tween the hours of 10 a. m. and 3 p. m. of said day, for the purpose of electing said delegates. That the polling places in each ward are des ignated as follows: Ward No. 1 Gardiner block; judges, C.J. Dyer and Pierce Evans; clerk, Jos. Porterie. Ward No. 2 North Center street, next to Wharton block; judges, I. N. Bell, F. J. O'Brien; clerk, W. H. Black. Ward No. 3 McCarty building, Wall street; judges, J. H. Stout. H. 8. Dunn; clerk, P. .Gutike. Ward No. 4 Second street, nex to Hartwell's gallery; judges, L. Fowler, F. Hartwell; clerk, J. Meighan. ' That the qualifications to vote at said pri maries shall be as follows: First Are you a qualified elector of the city and ward. Seoond Are you a Republican, and will you support the nominees of the Republican city convention to be held on the 16th day of April, 1895. By order of the Republican City Central Committee. L. H. GOODRICH, Piekcs Evans, Chairman, Secretary. It's a Republican year, even in Phoe nix, y ' Thebk abb lota of Republicans in Phoenix. A clean government and a progressive government! So say the Republicans of Phoenix. As a result of the primaries T. A. Jobs will probably be the Republican nominee for recorder, and no more popular can didate could possibly be selected. He will be elected by the largest majority ever given in Phoenix.- The Populists aeked for bread and have been given a stone in the matter of the income tax. . The very class of income which they moet desired should be taxed have been declared exempt by the supreme court of the land. TWO GOOD MEN. The two members of the city council who hold over and under the new law for two years more are splendid men. The citv of Phrenix has never had bet ter members of the council than E. Allyn Lewis "and Frank yVIoeg. Every interest of the city has been carefully guarded by them and that their term of i office has been extended is a matter of congratulation for all those who hive the welfare of the city at heart. It now devolves upon the people to select three more men for the city gov ernment to co-operate with Mr. Lewis and Mr. Moss in the administration of its affairs. Let these three men to be elected in May be of that same stamp of high character, integrity, business ability and progressive ideas as the hold-over councilmen and Phoenix will be indeed fortunate. If Phoenix is to grow and improve, if she is to become the metropolis of the southwest, the co-laborers of R. Allyn Lewis and Frank Moss must be men who will take hold with them and, like them, fearlessly and honestly battle for the best interests of the city. If a ticket of this character ia elected the future of Phoenix is assured. THE PRIMARIES. The Republican primaries yesterday passed off. quietly although a heavy vote was polled and there was considerable interest manifested by various candi dates for city offices. The idea, however, in the 'minds of moat voters was to send good, clean representative Republicans to the city convention, and that would have been pretty generally accomplished no mat ter which ticket had been elected, for good men were on both. V But the interest manifested and the list of gentlemen who will occupy seats in the convention augurs well for both the party and the city. That a clean ticket and a progressive ticket from top to bottom will be nominated is now assured, and that it will be overwhelm ingly elected goes without saying. THE WAY OUT. There has been a good deal of talk in Phoenix about improving the moral tone of municipal affairs, a movement that is generally endorsed. But just how to do it seems to be the question Apropos of the subject that was good sensible doctrine which Rev. W. F, Richardson preached before the Min isters' alliance when he laid at the door of the best citizens or a commun ity the responsibility of bad municipal government. In the great majority of cases of the better classes and there are classes in the country, though we are fond of denying it furnish the worse elements of the community with the opportunity to commit crimes against the people at large. The neglect of the business man is the plugger'a chance, and the latter is always ready to take advantage of it and improve it to the utmost. Th apathy of the honest citizen, who thinks that politics is too unclean for him to participate in it, is the best ally of the election stealer. Every intelli gent voter who can be induced to stay away from the polls and to keep his hands off, in reality votes for the per' petuation of gang rule. There must be a revival of the sense of responsibility on the part of the bet ter classes. The corruptionists, as Rev, Richardson points out, and as the bet ter class of citizens know, to their sor row, are always organized. They never lack for numbers ; what they do not have they manufacture. One- rascal in the community has as important voice in the direction of affairs as three good citizens. The signs of the times point to a popular awakening in this respect. The better classes are organizing and the fruits of their work are becoming apparent in the large cities of the coun try. The people are beginning to re- Where Am I At?' If you are in need of anything in the Shoe line let us suggest that the best place in town to find your self is at the New Casn Shoe Store in the Flem ing block. Everything Desirable in Footwear ii ' we guarantee satisfaction. WILSON & WARD- ! IAKEvHAYv WHENvTHEvSUNv SHIES.! . 1 CHir Mowers have no 1 Standard HaST?Jia?r"e' MmX T Deering Dittto, Buck Rakes, MOWGrS.t "HoxT d l-r. J Tl V ICHliCl I Wood ing goods cf LfUUlMl 01UIA. THE HENRY DEALERS IN alize, not only that the merchant and the better classes generally owe it to the community as a'whole to take part in the administration of affairs, but also that if they do not, the Interests of the whole people suffer. As Mr. Ingalls says, Jerusalem was cleaned by every man sweeping in front of his own door. A VICTIM OF OBST1NACV. If the celebrated case of Mrs. May- brick, the American woman who has been for years so rigorously punished in English prisons on the charge of poisoning her husband, had not been kept so prominently before the public, it would be like going into the tombs for consolation to hear again that her friends have new hope of securing her release. The case hasten been the subject of some diplomatic correspondence and heaven and earth have been moved" to secure a reversal, or at least a re view, of the judgment, but without avail. The English home secretary has turned a stone deaf ear to all appeals. Mrs. Maybrick's sufferings in prison, if all accounts be true, have been fright ful, and it has often looked as if British obstinacy had supervened because the beet American influences had been at work to obtain a show of mercy toward the woman. No one who knows any thing about the potency of influential interference in England, as well as in America, doubts that if Mrs. Maybrick had been an English woman rather than an American, the pressure brought upon the home secretary would long ere this have at least se cured a reconsideration of her case. It is a conspicuous exhibition of some of John Bull's worst qualities ob stinacy, insular prejudice, phlegm and opinionated conservatism. It is an ex hibition of the characteristics that make him so cordially disliked among foreign nations, but upon which he 6eems to pride himself. Tucson Citizen: Ex-Governor Wol fley has brought suit for damages against Auditor Leitch for failing to issue his warrant to the governor for the amount granted him by the late legislature. General opinion here is that he will win his suit as well as damageB from the auditor. However, the case is but just begun and the end may be somewhat distant. Reports fkom Washington say that Senator Allison of Iowa is regarded as a strong candidate for .the presidential nomination because of his conservative opinions. Conservative opinions usual ly mean no opinions at all. The con vention next year is likely to demand a candidate of positive and known opinions on the silver question. As thisgs stand today it is doubtful whether the Democratic party could carry six states in a presidential elec tion. In 1892 it gave Cleveland the electoral vote oi twenty-three. It takes a party of uncommon ability in certain directions to produce such results in so short a time. Harmony was one of the pleasing features of the primaries yesterday. No discordant elements entered into the contest. 1 - (ft fo' fcll-LU. -I Let v - all - kinds. MftWPTQ LVfflMI fiUltb. E. KEMP CO., HARDWARE. 1 tun K. THE Phoenix National Bank, Phcenix, Arizona, v, Paid Up Capital, - - - SIOO.OOO U, S. Bonds to Secure Deposits, 50,000 Feamk S. Belcher, President. P. J. Colb, 1st Vice-President. A. H. Haesohee, 2nd Vice-President. C. J. Hall, Cashier. The Only UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY In Arizona. Depository for the Territorial Funds. The only Steel-Lined Vaults and Steel Safety ueposit Doxesin Arizona. i n i n I mWW MSI Drafts Issued on All the Principal Cities of the World. D1KKOTORS: James A. Fleming. p. j. Cole. G. B. Richmond. T. W. Pembeeton. B. Heyman. F. S. Belches. D. M. Feery. F. m. Murphy. E. S. 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