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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN; FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11, 1895.
ARM REPUBLICAN. Daily asb wkikli. PUBLISHED BY TBE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN COMPANY. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Publication Office: 40 North Center Street, Wharton Block. Telephone No. 47. Entered atthe postofflee at Phoenix, Arizona, is mail matter of the second class. newspaper Is to hold the mirror up to J Nature. The errors and virtues of mankind are alike depicted there, as they are in the good book, and a news paper can always keep within the bounds of propriety and common de cency. If a scarlet woman or a town bum comes within the pale of the law, no mercy is shown them. They are held up to the scorn or ridicule of the pub lic. But let a prominent citizen trans gress, and the newspaper, (the coun try newspaper especially) always with the threat of loss of patronage hanging over its head must suppress the mat ter. This condition of affairs makes us sad; also tired. N THE KING OF ALL TONICS BLOOD, WEIGHT AND STRENGTH. Manufactured by .THE VNTINE COMPANY, All Drug Stores. San Francisco, Cal. BY CARRIER: Thb Daily Republican is delivered by ear rterier In Phoenix at 26 cents per week or 11.00 per month in advance. Subscribers failing to get The Republican regularly or promptly should notify The Re publican business office (not the carrier) in order to receive immediate attention. Tele nhone No. 47. RV MAIl Daily, one year ' jiooo Hon. George Christ, who was in the Dtily;tnremonthiV;.V;.'.V.'.'.'.'.V.".''. 2 bo clty yesterday, left last night for the luniR.hln'Z.s;; ?S2 where ne &oes on aa Important Weekly Republican oneyear ....'""'.II" 2 oo mission for the National Republican tZX.. StH;,iU8.Hine 1M league. Mr. Christ is a member of W-Allcommunicationsre'latingtonewsor tne executive committee Of the Na Republican aaoui'1 sea to Editor tional league, an honor rarely con i9C. M 'lane, manager of the advertising ferred upon a citizen of a territory, ynjuoui,, mu, mil autnonty to execute con- Dut which Mr Christ receivefl in ra tracts for advertising Letters relating to th wuu.ii ivir. v,nnsi received in re subject should be addressed to him. cognition of his ability as a political . -JM!minance6 ana Dusmess letters siould worker and Dartv nr?arnpr be addressed to The Arizona Republic n wu1"" "m party organizer . vu r ajs y . r ncenix, Ariz . THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN CO. VINTINE No advertiaemeutft accepted from East era Advertising Agencies. WITH A niTMMIikV A V It ixr iTuitiiK . MUZZLE FOR THE FRBfc COXNAiiB oiiiV,n am. A KAllO U 16 IU 1. STAND IP FOE ARIZONA. Ten millions is the Vanderbilt price, but still a very fair article of duke may easily be had for less than half the money. PHCENIX. OCTOBER 11, 1895. The administration at Washineton doesnt seem to be losing anv sleen over the possible defeat of the party in Kentucky. MISREPRESENTING THE FACTS. Mrs. Lease is not a giddv voune Hung, but it is safe to say that Mr L. has not yet begun to refer to her as the old woman." DID YOU ever meet a man Penny Wise and Pound Foolish? A hint to the wise is sufficient. Buy jour yyooq ana uoaioi me. dcNHAM. Wood Yard, back of the Court House. Read Tomorrow's Bd and Learn Something. Padded returns are characteristic ally Democratic, but they are usually palmed off on the people of communis ties. It is not ofcen that attempts are made to fool the people of the whole country by deliberate misrepresents tions of this sort. But the Chicago Tn- ter Ocean calls public attention to a very neat scheme to magnify the work ings of the last tariff act by padding the returns of the number of factories which have increased wages and the number of hands affected by such in crease. It has carefully investigated a semi-official statement issued under the auspices of the free trade reform ers, which purported to give a list of the leading manufacturing establish ments which had increased wa? rtnr. 0 MMi ing the first year of the new tariff act. MWAMA Atlf (W llmnA The result of the investiratinr. ".""Tu uuu vauu ul OWLfj, - , w6 aohycb vuba uranae at 7a m a snows that nine or ten separate estab- morning, arrives at Florence at lisoa. "m lishments operated by the Carnegie rlveTc&m3. Rt 1:30 Pl m-'' company, under distinct names, wa IbmSSSISS1. wl,h sta??f ' .l" ' ouity miiee nearer fcriobf DREW STEVENS & CO. Proprietors GARDEN CUT RESTAURANT THE OLDF.ST IN THE CITY. Bnjoysthe best standtngwith tradesmen. Buy everything at spot cash price and gives theBKST25-CSNT ijkat.. Tuck, Hing & Co K 24 "Washington St. , east of Jacobs fc C,, . ...jujj igi nuniiies. Tickets. 14.50. Hinele meals 25c. Los Angeles v Furniture Co. CAPITAL SI 50,000.00. Manufacturers and Deelers in Furniture, Bedding, Carpetings and Shades. Draperies and Coverings. 225, 227 and 229 South Broadway, Los Angeles.. Cal. Id I UNION IRON WORKS, San Franciscor-Cal. a liflery Specialty hi p. i assayers Chemists, WADE & WADE, 109 1-2 Commercial RtrA.t tOS ANGELES CAL. Best and Oldest Laboiatory in Southern Calif! T , TT n r P Joshua Ml Maine W 1 OfKS M. HUELEY, THE LIVE BUTCHER. CHOICE STEAKS AND ROASTS. BEST KEPT MARKET IN PBOSN1X EXPERIENCED tCTTEKS. FREE DELITERF IN THE CITY. GOLDEN GATE WOOLEN MFG. CO., I MAN1IR4PT1 IDC Manufacturers of and Dealers in f BOILERS, ENGINES, PUR1PS HNDl WWW jvrflCHiEnv, of every description- LIGHT AND HEAVY CASTINGS. Specialties of Hydraulic mining quartz and saw mill machinery, hydr, ul c gravel elevators, hydraulic giants. "Triumph" and "Hendy-Norbon ore concentrators, automatic ore feeders, mining cars and Tee rail. lamlSh eCtei the followln8 Mills within the pasttwelve months- :S fc: raiw ?5..-rlI'..S3"rag? Galley, Cal g Hf ir "TVT i 1 1 grille Mine,t8r!.lfaiey' al ISliam5s" Havillah Mine, JSashviHerCal ?.?mpH" 3 Waters Gold Mine, Corfiress 'Ariz oo famPa 3 MammotH Mine, JamestSwn'. oS:".-."-.-.-.-. lu ltamS: 38 to 44 Fremont St., San Francisco. Cal. 5 HAY TTTTnR,TTI cheaDth. k we will Sell You Hay, Gram, Flour, Feed, etc. Cheaper than you can buy elsewhere. Special prices to the Wholesale Trade w. D Hamman, Manager, The Phoenix Hay and Grain Co aSWW WWWF mWWW F W F WWWW ft t f irm m mw t mmmmt p ill III 111 111 III Ml III III 111 Illfc IVantilbupg & Davison, I ucauing r-fiuenix uewe ers. Have just received a complete line of fine . j unu blankets. Cassimerps. lweeds and F aiiTiPls n TT TTTITfc TT nr mnT Trrmn 535Market8t. - - - Han Fr.noT.77. V.i M I . M H K VI A'l'UII " A U L , v f mm Bt MLM HU II M. n each all counted twice, once separately and once under an aggregate enumeration. The Illinois Steel company's 7,000 Hands are counted as an aggregate and and then the works at Joliet are coolly enumerated again and other works of the same company are counted twice. f.The same game was korked extensive- Loujs :-: Hammer, BRICK MANUFACTURER AND CONTRACTOR- All orders will receive prompt attention. Yard on Seventh St., South cf Depot. Florence and Globe Stage Line CabbtinsU.B. 1 HAIL A.KI) k WKLLS, FAB8C JCXPBBSS, 1AJ( UAVE8 FLORSNCK DAILY KOli ly with the New England mills. The WSOTff7 ra.u Kiver cotton mills are i.nnt 'v .' f.- "n,reran?l5- leaves Globe at 8 w .. . T . . ... a m a,' re?ce.at 1 o'loci vuicc umra, tue lewisTnn miiin -wrttv. wuiumuuiuD on me roan. in. t. . , Profea line, good stock and comfortable stages their K nnn im . . . fonr-hnm rr Sirs" us, aic uupimaLea; most nrffr n T """J aay. n. jt ...uv.ul.c wuuien miiis are i , IU8EKK MIDDtllTOK. vuuucu lWice ana some or them three ProDriew. times The Democratic National bureau of MF.9A ANnnm n Cirri r St.a.tistins nf mii-.,, . : . . . , uisavows tms aI AitK 1,1 R. statement hut if .,. j , W. A. KIIURii i DnB toT.H,-7, o;,..,.., .. .. .. . n " ever excePt sunaayat 1 uiouiuulcu in i,ne interest . iuues,i ArnvesatGoldfleldat5n.Tn oi tne tariff policy of the Democratic , Leaves Soldfield every day except Mondav at uunai aammistration. The ex- att,.w-.. .... exposure shows that much vmmt NEW COACHFJ?. nnnn cmri w wwrvi vivifying effects the Gorman tariff ant tion An passenger8' packaees and accomoda. THisstaire carries Tho AHmna H0nnhitnBr, the only daily paper that reaches the camp the j puuuDiitu ouu vuuutiue me latest I Fnr fcrlvortiainiT anil nnn,. m. . -r. publican iave been somewhat overestimated. SUPPRESSING THE NEWS. Flagstaff Democrat: The main pur pose of a newspaper is to publish the ndws, and it grieves an editor's soul to suppress matters that are of public in terest. Because a prominent citizen or citizeness does something that brings him or her into notice there is no reason why they should not be en titled to all the fame that cold type can give them. That is, if it is not a private affair. There are some things " A ' . mgS Short line to NEW 0EL3AN8, KAN8A8CITT J uuu " UU these a newspaper has no right to med dle. But it makes us sad to listen eter nally to the appeals of people who don't want anything said in the paper although at the same time the matter, of whatever nature it is, may be the common property of the gossips and scandal-mongers. There may be those who differ with us, but we believe the mission of the news department of a "CI DACl Dnnrr ii Texas and Pacific The Great Popular Route Between THE EAST AI WEST. CHICAGO, 8T. LOUIS, NEW YORK and WASHINGTON. Favorite line to the north, east and southeast. PULL MAN BUFFET SLEEPING CAKS and solid trains LM I. . .. I ttU tO ! Dallas, Fart Worth. New flrleani, Memphis and St. Loom FA8T TIME AND 8URE CONNECTIONS. &3ee that yonr tickets read Texas anc raclnc Railway. For maps, time tables, tlcke' rates and all required information, call on o address an v ol the ticke t asrents. B. F. DARBYSHIRE, GASTON MESL.ER;ASt J,PBS-Te"'' Gen PasB. and Ticket Aist., Dallas, Tex, Portrait Scenic fork EXECUTED BY TBE Most Approved Latest at Oar Stu1ir MESSINGER & ALTEN BURGH No. 219 East Washington St. Investments. and are selling it at so low prices that customers ask 3 E "Is it good?" It is nearly all of it quadruple 3 plate, the very best made. Come 3 Z-- auu see it. PAINTS. READY Mixed Paints. PLANK INVEST- MENT. I make a inMlnlH, n . .. ,i . . real estate in Phcenlx and vicinity. In , . " kuuu Mini me aare- "I, the Principal will be absolnte. II uuu.v..uut oiuu lo viu.uuo to invest n1?mepirI'L,Lm,ly m,ss " BOOI opportu nity, PJLAJi. 33 Ho. Onlor St.. Barber Hhop, The Fashion Barber Shop. rr.j-ii-.rv oniriLtl, t"roprletOr. LADIE8' WORK DONE AT THE SHOP OR RFnincNnt NEATE8T BATH ROOMS IN THE OITY OPP08ITE THE OPERA HOU8E. E. E. FORD, Assaying and Analytical Chemist. Laboratory, 18 Norlh Second Ave. PHCENIX, ARIZONA. For HOUSE, CARRIAGE or RENOVATING FURNITURE. , at -Talbot & Hubbard's: Hardware Store. 4 IF YOU - Want money Want a cook Want boarders Want a partner Want a Situation Want to rent roomi Want a servant girl Want to sell a farm Want to sell a loose Want to exchange anytnng 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 mi iji i MeAnap. sic .R. The Great Middle Eoute Across the American Continent in Connec tion with the Railways of the "Santa Fe Konte." LIBEEAL MANAGEMENT, SUPERIOR FACILITIES, PICTURESQUE SCENERY, EXCELLENT ACCOMODATIONS. TRY THE REPUBLICAN CLASSIFIED ADS. Thfl flmnil fan.. "1 ' . itThw .i. . . uoioiHao, me most wiiii.rn. . ? d . rescued via Flagstafl, Zlll??f?Vorl?ne7,m?tt directlj by this line. Observe the Ancient Indian Civilisation of La 8?n.?,.?r ?.f Aoma. "The City of the Sky," Visit the Petrified Forest near Carrizo. See and buntingmp in the magnificent nine forests of . lauusuu jnuuiiinins. j? ma lnierest In the ruins of the pre-historic Cave and Cliff Dwellers. View the longest Cantilever bridge in America across the Colorado River. ju. j. Byrne, Orenerai Passenger Agent, Los Angeles, Cal. C. H, Speers, Ass't. General Passenger Agent, San Francisco, Cal. H. 8. VAm Slyck. General Agent, Albuaueraue, N. M. STAGE LINE, From Tucson to opales. M. G. SAMANIEGO, Prop LEAVES TUCSON at 6 a., m. on Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays. T.WAV17H HnnAT.T7Ba.fi m . Thursdays and Saturdays. i uc instesi, swrb line in ine territory. Good horses and careful driver.