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THE ARIZONA KEPUBL1CAN: SATUKDaY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 14, THE APJZOM REPUBLICAN. SlILT AUD WEGHLIi MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PBES8. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER, PCELI8HED BY FEE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN COMPANY. B0A3D OF DIBECTORS : iewis Wolfley, Clark Churchill, J. A. Black, T. J. Wolfley, Edward Butt, Jr. fublication Office: 4u North Center Street, WhartonBlock. Telephone No. 47. Jinterea at the postorace at Phcenix, Arizona, as mail matter of the second class. BY CARRIER: The Daily Eepdblican is delivered by eai riener In Phcenix at 25 cents per week or ? 1.00 Tier month in advance. Subscribers failing to get Thb Republican regularly or promptly should notify Thb Rh ?ublican business office (not the carrier) in order to receive immediate attention. Tele phone No. 47. BY MAIL: Oaily, oneyear ; io 00 ."Jairy, six mouths 5 qo Daily, three months 2 50 Sunday Republican, one year 2 50 Sun lay Republican, six months 1 25 Weekly Repu oliean, one year 2 00 Weekly Republican, six months 1 00 TermB: Btrictly in advance. i 'JflF" All communications relating to news or iwitorial matter should be addressed to Editor iKrUBLICAN. SjBAII remittances and business letters should be addressed to The Arizona Rbpubli Cah'Oompajsy. Phcenix.Ariz. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN CO. AGENCIES. The Republican can be found on sale at She Hollowing places : Monihon Corner News Stand Phcenix Pratt Bros " Irvine Co ' Postoifice News Stand " 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 8 Dace. CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT. J. M. Flowers is the superintendent of circu lation and is authoriz d to solicit subscrip tions and collect pay for the same, BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. The republican is fully prepared to do all kinds of plain and fancy Job printing in all the iatetstyles. Complete book binderyandruling 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 00m piny unless they were contracted upon the written authoritv of the management. T. J. WOLFLEY. QeneralManager. OUE MOTTO: FreeCoinage-16tol mm BP FOB ABIZONA, PHCENIX, SEPTEMBER 14. 1895. STAY BY PHCENIX. Advoosy of the support of home nianuttunurerg and home merchants is net based upon sentiment. It is a busi ness proposition, in which every citizen is interest'":'!. The need of more manu factories j? generally recognized, but they wi'.I net be established without some asaurancs c local patronage. The advantage of having industries in our midst which shall give employment to labor is not confined to those who would be directly engaged. The employment of mechanics is an advance to them, but they support in turn clerks, store keepers, house owners, street car lines and every incident of urban life. , A trifling additional cost, even, for a home-made article is a eood invest ment; and although it ma; pass through many channels before it reaches the investor of the little extra price, the profit will surely come back. Every citizen will serve his own interests who takes the trouble to inquire for home made articles. Of course, each must stand upon its own merits to retain patronage; but, quality ; I Great Sale of i Slimmer Shirts ALL SIZES. ALL STYLES. reenexHatter- Fleming Block. being satisfactory, let us put a little of the Phcenix spirit into our every-day life. A PROSPEROUS OUTLOOK. Business continues to increase and prices improve. There is a fear that this increase may go too far and prices rise abnormally. It is understood that, in some directions, conservatism is be ing shown to check if possible this ex pansion. All industries appear to be doing remarkably well and labor troublee are not bo threatening as they have been. Iron continues to advance at too rapid a rate to suit the conserva tive men, as it may lead to foreign com petition. Copper has had such a great advance that some of our own produc tion is coming back from Europe. Cot ton Is also advancing in price notwith standing the enormous surplus carried over from last year. The cerealB do not show any improvement, but in many other things prices are firm and advancing. The great speculative fever is on and ie discounting the future in great shape. There is a steady buying of raw rub ber, which keeps values well sustained. There are no very heavy sales, but the outlook appears to be good. Para grades are firm. Centrals are in re quest, while in Africans a steady busi- neBi is being done. New fine para is quoted at 72 to 73 cents ; old fine 75 to 80 cents; new cearse according to qua! ity from 46 to 47 cents. Manufactur ers of all classes of rubber goods seem to be busy. The wool market has been quiet. It is said there are large quantities of wool held by outside speculators at higher prices and that actual wool deal era will not take it off their hands, ex cept at a concession in rates. Foreign markets are very strong. Manufactur ers are Baid to be somewhat gloomy as they are experiencing foreign competi tion. Woollen goods are in irregular request while cotton goods are quiet. Dry goods as a whole do not show any unusual activity. The clothing trade still shows some activity. In hides the market ia somewhat ir regular and in order to make sales some concessions have to be made. The leather situation is strong and prices hold firm while there are actual ad vances in some lines.' The boot and shoe trade is not very lively but prices must evidently be held up owing to the higher price of leather. Northern . and eastern lumber has been quiet the past week. Southern is up to expectations at this season of the year, while Western lumber and hard wood show some improvements. NOT M'KINLEY WAGES. Some of the recently adopted Demo cratic platforms point with pride to the fact that the so-called Wilson bill is ushering in prosperity, and as an evidence of the good results of Demo cratic legislation refer to the fact that there has been a restoration of wages to old-time figures. There has been quite a general ad vance in wages, and in many instances it has been a voluntary act on the part of employers. It can hardly be called an increase, but rather a restoration to the rate of wages prevailing just before the panic. Through uncertainty as to the future and a general collapse of business, wages had to be reduced in order to keep mills, shops and factories open. With a return of confidence, largely due to the fact that a Republican house of representatives will prevent any further destructive legislation manu facturing establishments find they can grant an increase of pay and are doing it. To say that this increase is a return to the wages paid before the McKinley law was threatened is a mistake. They have not been and will not be until the present law can be revised. The Fall River print weavers, for in stance, who are on the verge of a strike, declare that their wages are Btill 16 2-3 per cent lower than they were in 1892, and the same state of affairs will be found generally among the industries which have been suffering from the workings of the tariff reform. When a man of the good judgment and knowledge of politics pdssessed by Uhauncey Depew says Cleveland will be the nominee of the Democratic party next year it is time for the opponents of Cleveland and Clevelandism to begin making their arrangements accordingly. One of the important duties of the next congress will be the passing of ap nrODriations to nnv tho hills which Democratic incopetency left unprovided ior. xue government in many 01 its departments is .at present running on credit. The thief who picked Colonel Bob In gerBoll's pocket of $250 has not been caught and there is no clue. This is a case where Colonel Bob's feelings and his theory of future punishment prob ably don't harmonize. Flagstaff Democrat : J. M. Flowers, a wide awake newspaper man, wbb in town Saturday. He has charge of the circulation of the Phoenix Republican, upon which great improvements are promised. There is no better sign of returning prosperity than the reduction in the New York bank reserve. It declined about $5,000,000 during the past week. MoBt of this money goes into circulation. The bond syndicate has violated its contract with the government but it is not probable that any of the $9,000,000 will be paid back. This illustrates the folly of paying for service in advance. The pofdxarity of President Cleve land is evinced by the fact that not a single convention rin by postmasters has yet failed to cordially indorse Lis administration. A magazine writer eays it is better for authors to remain unmarried. Usually it is better for those who otherwise would be dependent on them for support. The decision to have a brief presiden tial campaign simply means that the Republicans are going to make short work of Democracy next year. By the way, whatever became of the Hon. Bill Bynum? He dived into.the financial discussion in Indiana and was never seen to come up. There is a growing suspicion that Dallas doesn't care much whether the fight ia pulled off or not, so she getB the crowd. . Excursion Rates. Between the dates of June 1 and September 30 the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad company will sell irom Deming, El Paao and other New Mexico points, round trip tickets to various eastern and northern points at greatly reduced rates, limited for re turn until October i 31, 1895. Our equipment is all new, contains all the conveniences known to modern travel, road-bed smooth, and we are thus in a position to insure for our patrons a safe and comfortable trip to any point north, east or south. For Pullman car reservations or further information re garding rates, connections, etc., call upon or address C. H. Morehouse, di vision passenger agent, El Paso, Tex. For Over Fifty Years. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gume, allays all pain, cures wind colic and is the beet remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. OFF TO ATLANTA, GEORGIA The Cotton States and International Exposition. For the Cotton States and Interna tional exposition to be held at Atlanta, Georgia, September 18 to December 31, reduced rates are offered you via the "El Paso Route," Texas &' Pacific rail way as follows : Your choice of routes via Shreveport or New Orleans-, El Paso to Atlanta and return September 3 and 10 and September 13 to December 13 inclusive, final limit for return Jan uary 7, 1896, at rate of $64.50. Septem ber 14 to December 18 inclu sive good for return twenty days from date of sale at rate of $47.25. Monday, September 16, Thursday, 26, Sunday, October 6, Wednesday, October 16, Saturday, October 26, Tues day, November 5, Friday, November 15, Monday, November 25, Thursday, De cember 5, and Sunday, December 15, with a limit for return of ten days from date of sale at rate of $30.85. Leave El Paso at 5 :05 p. m. and ar rive at Atlanta the third a. m. at 11 :40 with one change of sleepers. Pullman reservations can be made in advance by calling on or addressing, E. D. Phillips, B. F. Darbyshire, Depot Agent. General Agent. BOOKS ) AT IRVINE'S SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND STATIONERY! THE LARGEST SDPPLY AT THIS STORE. Second hand books, bought and sold at IRVINE'S STATIONERY STORE. 1 & r ill UNION IRON WORKS, San Francisco, Cal. ioery a til 11 ily Maine Works! Manufacturers of and Dealers in BOILERS, ENGINES, PURIPS RND1 01 every aesenpuon- LIUM1 AND HEAVY. CASTINGS. Specialties of Hydraulic mining, quartz and saw mill machinery, hydraulic gravel elevators, hydraulic giants, "Triumph" and "Hendy-Norbom', ore concentrators, automatic ore feeders, mining cars and Tee rail. Have furnished and erected the following Quartz Mills within Orleans Mine, Grass "Valley, Cal. Grolcl Paint Mine, Grass Valley, Cal Lucille Mine, Plvmouth, Cal Havillah Mine, Nashville, Cal Grand Victory Mine, .Placerville, Cal Big Canyon Mine. -Big Canyon, Cal Thos. Clark, Placerville, Cal Waters Gold. Mine, Congress, Ariz Mammotn Mine, Jamestown, Cal the past twelve months: 5 Stamp Mill. IO Stamps. Stamps. 3D HtamDs. SO Stamps. IO Stamps. XO Stamps. JO Stamps. 3U Stamps. Save Assessment Work on Mines. The new law requires annual work on every location or relocation. This ia saved by obtaining a United States patent. Five hundred dollar's worth of work or improvements on one mine, or scattered over a group of adjoining mines, is sufficient to ensure a United States patent to any number of mines so grouped, or for a single mine. Further information cheerfully given by letter or personally. Terms of sur vey reasonable. Apply to Lewis Wolfley, Civil and Mining Engineer and U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor, Phoenix, Arizona. , The World's Fair Tests showed no baking powder so pure or so great in leav ening power as the Royal. 38 to 44 Fremont St., San Francisco, Cal. 13 gmmnrmnror w www wwwww wwwwww mmm IWatr.hfiR Diamniuk Iawa pvl E: EVERYTHING STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS. 2 Though Goods are our most important branch, we would call special attention to our WATCH REPAIRING 1 Which is not excelled anywhere in the United States. pVantilburg & Davison,! Leading Phcenix Jewelers. 3 KaS TAUB A1VT. Tie New Delmonico Restaurant mok LUDa go. The best meals for the least money. The coolest dining room in the city. r0Pr'etjg begj meats, the choicest fruits and delicacies of all kinds. Meals 85c. 81 Meals for 84.50. Courteous Attention and Flenty of the Best in Arizona. The New Delmonico, Washington Street. PAINTS. READY Mixed Paints. For HOUSE, CARRIAGE or RENOVATING FURNITURE. at Jalbot & Hubbard's! Hardware Store.