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THEAEIZONA EEPUBL1CAN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 10, 1895.
f-wWB!7MA REPUBLICAN. DAILS INS WEEKLTi litEMaEK OF THE A8SU0IATJI 1?KB8S. OFFIC'AL CSTY PAPER. PaULISHED BY TEE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN COMPANY. BOARD OF DIRECTORS : Iewis Wolney, Clark Churchill, J. A. Black, T. J. Wolfley, Edward Butt, Jr. Publication Office: 40 North Center Street, Whrt(.n Block. Telephone No. 47. Jtmertja at the postot'ace at Pncomx, Arizona, 8 muil matter of the second class. BY CARRIER: The Daily Republican is delivered by car fierier in Phoenix at 25 Cents per week or J 1.00 ?er month in advauce. Subscribers failing to tcet The Republican secularly or promptly should notify The Kk ?tjblican business office (uot the carrier) in jroer to receive immediate atteution. Tele phone No. 47. BY MAIL: Daily, oneyear 1 10 00 Uaiiy, six months 5 00 Daily, three months 2 50 Sunday Republican, one year 2 50 5ua lay Kep&blican, six months 1 25 Weekly Republican, oneyear 150 Weekly Republican, six months 75 Terms: Btrietly in advance. ffiAll communications relating to news or tduorial matter should be addressed to .Editor Republican. gj0A.ll remittances and business letterB should be addressed to The Arizona Republi an Company, Phoanix.Ariz. . THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN CO. beyond the reach of his arguments he will find that he has miscalculated the power which his brief experience aa a statesman has given him. It is said that his friends have in formed him that the sentiment of the people of his state on the Bilver ques tion has changed materially during the past year. That story has been sent out from nearly every state in the West as well as those from the South in the last few weeks. It is a part of the pro gram of the gold interest and is beine worked for all that can be got out ot it. The change, if there is any, in that direction, is confined to the inspired activity of the gold forces and is being worked by the politicians who hope for personal gain in the outcome provided the battle for bimetallism fhall fail. But nobody is deserting the double standard, and it will not take Mr. Hoke Smith long to discover the fact when he once gets into the field. AGENCIES. The Republican can be found on sale at the following places : Jioiiihon Corner News Stand Phrenix Pratt Bros " Irvine Co " PoetofEce News Stand ADVERTISING RATES. Rates of advertising in the Daily, Sunday or eekly edition made known on application at the publication office. Or ring up telephone &umber47, and a representative of the business department, will call and quote prices and contract forspace. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. The sepcblican is fully prepared to do all Xindu of plain and fancy Job printing in all the latent styles. Compietebook bindery and ruling machinery iE connection with the job depart ment. Work perfectly and promptly done. NOTICE TO BUSINESS MEN. No bills against The Aeizona Republican Oo or its employes will be paid by the com pany unless they were contracted apon the written authority of the management. T.J. WOLFLEY. GaneralMananer. OUR MOTTO: 1 3 6 TO 1. LEGAL STATUS OF THE WHEEL. The legal status of the bicycle is be ing established by court decisions all over the country as a result of the pop ularity and increasing use of the wheel for locomotive purposes. A day or two ago Judge Payne handed down a de cision in Chicago holding the bicycle to be a vehicle in the fullest sense of the word. The case was brought by a wheelman against the owner of an of fice building, who had refused to allow him to take the pneumatic tired thing Inside. After all the evidence was in the learned judge decided in favor of the owner of the building, and said the owner of the bicycle had no more right to take it into his office than he would have to take his buggy there if he owned one. The bicycle, he said, was a vehicle and subject to all the regu lations applying to two-wheeled vehi cles. This decision is in the same line as that of the Pennsylvania courts in the turnpike caee, holding the wheel liaDle tor toils. ine decisions are not altogether inimical to the wheel men as they carry with their re strictions all the rights and privileges accorded to owners of vehicles. J iQD BP EOS ABIMi PHCENIX. JULY 10. 1895. WILL TRY IT IN GEORGIA. It is authoritatively announced that Secretary Hoke Smith is preparing to tarry the Cleveland campaign for the ing!e gold standard into Georgia. He ie a candidate for the senate to succeed fully do the act performed by Secretary Carlisle in Kentucky, says the Kansas City Journal. But though he will have the support of the entire administration machine t ne wui ana tnac ueorgia is not &.en- j tacky and that the difference in the situation is a difference with a decided 1 distinction. In Kentucky the entire newspaper 1 press was with Cleveland, but in Geor- JLgi,aiere 8re B number of the best pa pers, witn tne leading organ oi me party at their head, which will stand out against the raid of the administra' tion with all the influence they can bring to bear. And Hoke Smitn is not a Carlisle by any means in the estim ation of the people of his state. He will have to go into the field nanus the strength of personal popularity that stood in favor of the Kentuckian re' gardles of where he should stand on any issue within his party. If Hoke Smith expects to win favor I Just Received a new line of Summe r Shirts, i Tbe Hatter. ? in sizes to fit big and little. reene F Fleming Block Rambler Bicycle GTiYfn Ay July 4th. The Gazette will appear this morning with W. T. Smith a3 proprietor and .T. M. Burnett managing editor. With Mr. Smith as the owner the paper be- cames one of tbe most solid financially in the Southwest, and under the editorial direction of Mr. Burnett it will be conducted with great ability. Mr. Burnett is a gentleman of varied attainments and a long newspaper ex perience. He is a Democrat of the old school and will expound the doc trine of that mistaken party to the full satisfaction of its adherents. The Gazette ought to be made a very valu able property and The Eepublican wishes it the full measure of success. It doesn't change the vicious features of the law creating the board of con trol and the board of immigration com missioners whether the members are Republicans or Demoprats, and if they were all Republicans the laws would be bad just the same. The measures are, however, Democratic and the members are controlled by the Democratic gov ernor, so the Herald g whine ie too transparent to deceive anyone. It is simply defending its master, the Demo cratic governor. By the way, speaking of Republicans there are some so called Republicans eo closely associated with the present misfit Democratic ad ministration that they are likely to be hit every time ashot is fired at it. If they don't want to gethurt.why don't they get out ot the way? The ketieement of John O. Dunbar from the newspaper field of Arizona will be a source of regret to his many friends. Mr. Dunbar is a vigorous and fearless writer whose influence extend ed throughout the territory. He has the offer of a lucrative newspaper sit uation in another state which be may accept. But in whatever pursuit he may engage the kindest and best wishes of The Rkpublican will accompany him. DO YOu8 Shoes? it 1 I! f III 111 I POT! 6 PiIKD!9 iB48 L Call and Bee our lines, get our prices, and we are sure you will want to wear our Shoes. 3&nuntl IF YOU Want money Want a cook Wast boarders Want a partner Want a Situation Want to rent rooms Want s servant girl Wast to sell a farm Want to sell a house Want to exchange anything Want to sell household goods Want to make any real estate loans Want to sell or trade for anything Want to find customers for anything a TRY THE REPUBLICAN CLASSIFIED ADS. STOP AT THE WILLIAMS HOUSE, MARI copa, while waiting for the train. Good accommodations and excellent table. Republicans who howl with pain every time a shot is fired at the misfit Democratic governor are not the kind entitled to the confidence of the Repub lican party; neither is their promi nence of a character that for their own good should be mentioned except in whispers. A FRUITFUL VALLEY. People who go through the Salt River valley at this season mast be deeply impressed with its wonderful pro ductiveness. Everywhere are seen evidences of prosperity. The fields are teeming with bountiful crops. The pastures are covered with fat cattle. There is hardly anything like it in the civilized world. The famed Egyptian valley of the Nile does not surpass it in inexhaus tibility of soil, while the products of the great valley of the Salt are far more varied, useful and valuable. Hot withstanding the wailing of the calam ity howlers the farmers of the Salt River valley are growing richer every year. They have made wonderful im provements in the past decade. They are rapidly building comfortable and often stately homes. They have money to loan. They are educating their chil dren, and in a few years more the great valley will be peopled by a race unequaled on the continent. It can be said to the credit of the board of supervisors of Maricopa county that it refused to be a party to the vicious board of immigration commis sioner scheme. No money has been appropriated by the supervisors for that purpose and none will be. What might be truthfully mentioned by society reporters as "a quiet home weddin?" occurred at Huntington, West Virginia, the other day. The bride and groom were deaf mutes. IWatehes,Diamonds,Jewelry 9 -Everything Strictly First-Clas: iVantilburg & Davison,! I LEADING PHffiNIX JEWELERS 1 THAT PRISON "FARM." The Phcenix Republican, in a recent editorial, took occasion to condemn the trrritorial prison farm alleging it to be subject to inundation by the Colorado river, and of no value whatsoever. We have no interest in the matter of The Republican's feelings in reference to the powers that be, but we had always thought the paper had an interest in this section of the county sufficient to make it abstain from a perversion of facts for the sake of a mere abuse of our resources. Yuma Sentinel. Thk Republican has a deep interest in Yuma county and an abiding faith in the city of Yuma. But it does not follow that it should remain quiet and permit outsiders to swindle both the people of the territory and Yuma county. There are thousands of acres of good land in Yuma county, but the parti cular land in question is eo bad that the superintendent of the prison says that the labor now being employed in cutting off the willows is thrown away How much worse would it be if the whole prison force should be employed building a canal in payment lor water rights for. this worthless 2,000 acres ! The scheme won't work and the pro moters may as well turn their attention in some other direction. Ths U. S, iJov'i Reports show flcysl Baking Powder SUDsrlor to all others. Ordinance No. ,196. Amending ordinance No. 148 In regard to li censes. The coram )n council of Phoenix do ordain as follows: Section 1. That ordinance No. 148 in regard to licenses be amended as follows: Article 5 of section 3 shall be amended to read as follows: "All billiard and pool tables shall pay a quarterly license of three dollars lor each taoie. Sec. 2. This ordinance shall take effect and ba in force from and after its passage and pub lication according to law. Passed by the common com cil this 3rd day of July, 1895. Approved this 3rd day of July. tW5. skai. , E. L. KOSSON, Attest: 'i. A. Jobs, " Mnyor. City Recorder.. Date of first publication July 4, 1895 Ordinance No. 197. An ordinance repealing ordinance No. 194, denning and fixing the manner of procedure in the enactment of by-laws and ordinances of the city of Phcenix, The common council of Phcenix do ordain at follows: Section 1. That ordinance No. 194, defining and fixing the manner of procedure in the en actment of by-laws and ordinances of the r.itv of PbBDii, be, and the same is hereby re- peaieu. Sec. 2. All ordinances and parts of ordin ances in conflict herewith are repealed. Sec. 3. This ordinance shall be in force and effect from and after its passage and publica tion as required bv law. Passed by the common council this 3rd day Ol July, loyo. ADproved this 3rd day of July, 1895. R. L, ROSSON, Mayor. Attest: T. A. Jobs, City Recorder. Date of first publication July 4, 1895. SAVE TIME AND MONEY By taking the cheapest and quickest route from Solomonville to Sheldon station and Clifton, or from Clifton to Solomonville. Only nine hours making the trip either way. Green's regular mail hack leaves Solomonville for Shel don station every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8 o'clock a. m., arriving at Sheldon by 3:30 p.m., making close connections with the train from Lordsburg to Clifton. Return ing from Sheldon to Solomonville on arrival of train from Clifton every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, arriving at Solomonville by 4 o'clock p. m. We shall spare no time or ex Dense to make it to the interest of all who will favor us with their patronage. Commercial men and others who have to travel on odd days can always be accommodated bv timely notice. Fare, $5; round trip ?7.50. We have a corral at Solomonville, where we give animals good care and plenty to eat and drink. Saddle horses, teams and buggies to let Thanking the public for their liberal patronage hereto fore bestowed and asking a continuance of the same, we remain yours respectfully, N. GREEN & SON. Solomonvillx . Ariz. , March 14, 1894. INSURANCE THAT INSURES. A Policy Absolutely Without Restrictions as to occupation, residence, travel, habits of life or manner of death; A Policy with but One Condition, namely, the payment of premiums; A Policy with a Month's Grace in premium payments and paid in full in case of death during the month of grace, less only the overdue premium with interest; A Policy Providing for Re-instatement within six months after default in pay ment of premium, if the insured is in good health ; A Policy AUTOMATICALLY non-forfeiting after three annual premiums have been paid, th6 policy being extended for its full amount for a period shown therein, without request, or endorsed aa paid-up for an amount shown therein on request within six months; A Policy with Privilege of Cash Loans at 5 per cent interest, five years after issne; A Policy with Six Opti ons in Settlement at the end of 10, 15 or 20 years; A Policy Incontestable from Any Cause One Year After Issue; THAT'S THE "Accumulation Policy" OF THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. R. Allyn Lewis, General -A. gent for Arizona. Room 5, Fleming Block - - - - Telephone No. 67. -A.MM CTJVITION. I WINES, AND CIGAK8. LOUIS MELCZER Wholesale Deader in WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.; Distributing agent lor Pabst and Lemp Beers anil the Sau Francisco Breweries, limited. t Also lor the celebrated Manitou Mineral Water, o Mauitou, Coloralo, and the Apollinaris ' 3649 North Center Street. PMl