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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: FRIDAY MORNIJSG, SEPTEMBER 20, lb95.
THE AUIZOM REPUBLICM.
DAILY AJND WEEKLY.
MEMBEK OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
OFFICIAL CITY PAPER.
PUBLISHED BY
THE ARIZONA MFUoLiCAS COMPANY.
' BOARD 07 DIRECTORS :
Lewis Wolfley, Clark Churchill, J. A. Black,
T. J. Wolfley, Edward Butt, Jr.
Publication Office: 40 Nonfi uenter Street,
Wharton Block. Telephone No. 47.
Knierea at the postomce at Phcemx, Arizona,
ap mail matter of the second class.
BY CARRIER: '
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rierier in Phoenix at 25 cents per week or 1.00
oer month in advance.
' Subscribers failing to get The Republican
fegularlyor promptly should notify The Re
publican business office (not the carrier) in
order to receive immediate attention. Tele
phone No. 47.
covered that the wool boom was
over, and that American prices had
failed to reach those current at this
time last year, they modified their
prices for goods. But it was then too
late to recover the business that had
been secured by foreign mills.
Thus it is that owing to heavy im
ports of raw wool and the loss of con
siderable business for the American
mills, the home demand for wool has
been too light to give that buoyant
tone to the American market that is
now being enjoyed by foreign wool
markets.
BY MAIL:
Daily, one year 10 00
Daily, six months 5 t0
Daily, three months -2 50
Sunday Republican, one year 2 50
Sun lay Republican, bix months 1 25
Weekly Repuolican one year 2 00
Weekly Republican, six months 100
Terms : strictly in advance.
V All communications relating to news or
editorial matter should be addressed to Editor
Republican.
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should be addressed to The Arizona REi'OJLi
OAN 'Company, Phcenix.Ariz.
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN CO.
AGENCIES.
The Republican can be found on sale at the
following places :
Robt. Rinchart, Monihon cor Phoenix
Phcenix News & Stationery Co "
Pcstoffice News tand '
Parlor Cigar store, near cor. Wash, and
Wall Sts '
Arizona Curio & News Co ,Com'l hotel
block "
McEUigon News Stand, E. Wash. St.... "
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Francisco, Cal.; Gerduer & Oliver, opp.
Nadeau.Los Angeles, Cal.: C. Smith & Sons,
Denver. Colo ; Mm. J. A. Mansfield, Tucson,
Ariz ; B. Honk, Flastaff, Ariz.; Mrs. J. H.
tioffman, Williams, Ariz. ; Mrs. J. T. flusser,
Winslow. Ariz.
ADVERTISING RATES.
Rates of advertising in the Daily, Sunday or
Weekly edition made known on application at
the publication o5ioe. Or ring up telephone
number 47, and a representative of the business
department, will call and quote prices and
contract lorspace.
CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT.
J. M. Flowers is the superintendent nf 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 '.he
latest styles. Completebook bindervandrulinp
machinery in connection with the job depart
ment. Work perfectly and nromptly 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.
T.J. WOLFLEY. (ieneialManager.
I
Oim JVIOTTO:
With a Mission
AND
With out a Muzzle.
FreeCoinage--16tol
STAND OP FOR ARIZONA.
PHCENIX. SEPTEMBER 20. 1895.
WOOLEN MEN DISAPPOINTED.
The demand for American wool was
light toward the close of last month,
owing to the heavy imports by foreign
wool, says the American Economist,
In addition to this Messrs. Justice,
Bateman & Co. assigned "another
cause for the present quietness." They
say that "manufacturers are disap
pointed in regard to orders for their
fabrics." At the time when the prices
for goods had to be fixed they were out
of wool; the new clip was in the hands
of speculators whose demands as to
price seemed extravagant, and dear-1
er wool was inevitable.
Successful labor strikes involving
higher wages in addition to dearer
wool pointed to the necessity of higher
prices for goods, and manufacturers re
fused to take orders except at an advance.
Foreign manufacturers at this time
having ample supplies of wool secured
at the lowest prices on record, and be
ing free from the embarrassments
which surrounded American manufac
turers, of which they were quick to
see their advantage, freely booked or
ders at lower values than domestic
manufacturers could name. Liberal
orders went abroad for goods that
heretofore had been made at home.
When American manufacturers dis-
DEMOCRATIC BLUFF.
The Washington correspondent of
the Philadelqhia Ledger has discov
ered at the national capital "many
conservative Republicans" who fear
that the injection of the tariff ques
tion into the Ohio canvass wil result
'in a Democratic victory there. He
says the Democrats have been an
xious for the Republicans to make
their campaign on a tariff basis, and
adds there is a rumor to the effect
that the Ohio Democrats will circulate
the speeches made this week at Spring
field, by Senator Sherman, Governor
McKinley and ex-Governor Foraker,
as Democratic campaign literature.
The whole policy of the Democratic
managers is to dodge the tariff ques
tion, by declaring that the people
have had enough tariff tinkering, that
they want the tariff schedules to be
left alone, that there is a sentiment
against another disturbance of busi
ness, , and that the only question is
the one of the currency. We do not
believe that the raising of the tariff
question in Ohio means a defeat of
the Republican ticket. The Ohio far
mers who raise sheep know full well
that the Democratic tariff has played
the mischief with wool, and they
have every reason to hope for a re
vision of the wool schedules. Fur
ther than that, the operation of the
new tariff schedules has demonstrated,
after a trial of one year, that suffi
cient revenue cannot be raised under
the existing rates. Besides, the
scandalous undervaluation of imports.
made possible by the ad valorem plan
of levying customs duties, has result
ed in bringing far more goods into this
country than are accounted for.
The Democrats who shout with glee
that the people have had enough tar
iff revision are correct so far as they
go. There has been enough tanrt re
vision along Democratic lines; that is
true as gospel. Any further tariff
changes by the Republicans would
not be along a line which made pos
sible an increase in importations and
a decrease in exportations. Any Re
publican work upon the tariff sched
ules would not be in the direction of
keeping wages from 10 to 28 per cent
below the rate of wages paid in 1892.
Anything that the Republicans might
do in the way of amending the tariff
schedules would not disturb business
in a disastrous way. That fact is lost
sight of altogether by the Democrats
in Ohio, who foolishly believe they can
use the Republican speeches made at
Springfield against the Republican
party.
In this connection it is well to call
attention to the series of letters print
ed in a Republican paper in New York
city, written by a number of manufac
turers, and giving the lie to the stories
printed by the New York World and
the New York Evening Post. Those
papers printed a list of manufacturers
who had reduced the wages of their
employes under the McKinley act and
had increased them under the Gorman
act. One of these letters was written
by James Lord, secretary and treasur
er of the Pennsylvania Bolt and Nut
company of Lebanon, Pa., who de
clares the statements of the two news
papers mentioned to be false. He adds
that at present the wages paid by his
company are 14 per cent below the rate
paid in 1892. Then he says:
"Wages remain very much lower,
even after recent advances, because if
1892 wages were demanded under the
present conditions, the goods would be
made in Europe."
That is the milk in the cocoanut, and
the men who have been affected by
the Democratic tariff reductions know
just where, the responsibility lies.
The Democratic bluff that the tariff is
sue is not an issue will not have any
effect upon those who are in on the
ARE THE BEST
CIGARETTE SMOKERS
ho care to pay a iiule more than the cost
of ordinary tra;'. r.rettes will find the
PET CIGARETTES
SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS
Made from the liiflu--: cost Gold Leaf
TO".vn in Virginia, and ;r -
SCHOOLt cjprcrc
PURE
ground floor of the school of bitter ex
perience. They know that a return to
power of the Democratic party, by
whom they were deceived in 1892,
means that the Wilson idea would pre
vail. Under Republican management
any tariff legislation would be to the
benefit of the wage-earners.
CALIFORNIA SAW WORKS.
The attention of readers of The Re
publican is called to the card of the
California Saw works, which appears
on the fifth page of the paper.
Bird & Haughy, the proprietors, en
joy the reputation of being the leaders
in their line on the Pacific coast, and
Arizona patrons of the firm may be
sure of proper treatment and the best
work by placing orders with them.
The capacity of the California Saw
works for turning out all kinds of saw
and mill machinery is of such magni
tude that all orders are promptly
filled. Only skilled workmen are em
ployed and the product of the works is
first-class in every particular.
THE LARGEST SUPPLY AT THIS STORE.
Second hand book?, bought and sold at
IRVINE'S STATIONERY STORE.
UNION IRON WORKS,
San Francisco, Cal.
iliil Machinery a Specialty.
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Manufacturers of and Dealers in
The statement Jjas been made by a
United States consul that consump
tion causes thirty-six times as
many deaths in Paris as smallpox and
scarlet fever combined. These figures
suggest the dreadful character of the
disease. People shun both the others
mentioned but there is seldom any fear
of consumption. It has, however been
shown that the latter is contagious.
Multitudes die from the disease as a re
sult of being brought in contact with
it. Cases occur continually in which
two or more persons die from it in a
single family, when there has not been
any hereditary tendency. The doc
tors now understand this is a result of
the disease being contagious. This sug
gests that some means to prevent well
persons from being exposed would be a
blessing. The difficulty about that is
that consumption is a lingering dis
ease and families would not consent to
separation. Therefore humanity is
likely to keep this most destructive of
all scourges hugged to its breast.
The public debt has been increased
some $300,000,000 during the present
administration. If anyone had sugges
ted to the Democrats during the last
campaign that such would be the re
sult of their success, he would have
been fortunate to have escaped from
mob violence at their hands . In the
next campaign they will have the ac
complished fact to face and they will
find it constitutes a serious obstacle in
the way of their success.
An exchange remarks that, contrary
to expectations, Anna Gould seems to
be living very happily with her French
count. Give Anna time. The honey
moon is scarcely ended yet.
4
I Great Sale of
winner
Shirts
OILERS, ENGINES, PUJUPS AND
of erery description' LIGHT AND HEAVY" CASTINGS. Specialties of
Hydraulic mining, quartz and saw mill machinery, hydraulic gravel
eltvators, hydraulx'giants, "Triumph" and "Hendy-Norbom",
ore concentrators automatic ore feeders, mining
cars and Tee tail.
Have furnished and erected the following Quartz Mills within
Orleans Mine, Griviss "Valley, Cal
Grolcl Point JViine, (irass Valley, Cal
Lucille Mine, Plymouth.. Cal
HavillaVi Mine, Nashville, Cal
Grand Victory Mine, Placerville, Cal
Riec Canyon Mine. His Canyon, Cal
Thos. Clark, Placerville. Cal
"Waters Grolcl Mine, Congress, .A.riz
Mammoth Mine, Jamestown, Cal .
the past twelve months:
5 Stamp Mill.
lO Stamps.
40 Stamps.
SO Htamos.
SO Stamps.
lO Stamps.
XO Stamps.
SO Stamps.
2U Stamps.
38 to 44 Fremont St., San Francisco, Cal.
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VantilbuFg & DavisonJ
Have just received a complete line of fine 3
fSILYER::-PLATED :-:WARE
and are selling it at so low prices that customers ask 2
fc! "Is it good?" It is nearly all of it quadruple 3
fe: plate, the very best made. Come 3
St: and see it.
R18TAUBANT.
MARK LAND & GO,
The New Delmonico Restaurant
Proprietors.
The beet meals for the least money. The coolest dinine room in the city. The beat
meats, the choicest fruits and delicacies of all kinds. Meals 25c. 21 Meals for 84.50.
Courteous Attention and Plenty of the Best in Arizona.
The New Delmonico, Washington Street.
PAINTS.
ALL SIZES.
ALL STYLES.
I Greene
The Hatter.
Fleming Block.
i
READY
Mixed Paints.
For HOUSE, CARRIAGE or
RENOVATING FURNITURE.
at
ln'l'lll1
Talbot & Hubbard's;
Hardware Store.

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