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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1900.
YM Jctrfearafity andfiviitptfy. j Cleanses the System Gently and Effectually when bilious or costive. Jhrsents Stt tjtc most accepteA-fann tte laraive prJncjpes of plan's Jcrtown to act most bctcficiafy. i TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS BUY THE GENUINE MAMF BY i CALIFORNIA HG STiiliPCQ SAN rRANCISCO, CAL. LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, N.Y. i or drugpixts price 50C per bot?' ATPIAL TO C()mi;i:D VOTKUS. Headquarters of Fn d.-i ;.!: Douglass I'lub. To tha colored vhuts . f M.iri.'.ipa county and throushcut th. territory of Arizona: It will only !e paiiiica: wis l.uii far the entire 390 colored voters 1' Ari zona to vote the entire republican ticket from ffovcrnor X. . Murphy down to the last man on the ticket. Jlfip.if actuated by a s r.e of duly. I find it Is inctim'..'. tu 0:1 i!e t call your atti ntian tj eei'.ain facts way every man of you should and ..uah: to vote the republican ticket from start t finish. First, in voiinjr for Covernor Murphy you are votijis for a man who is in tiuch and accord with Preside:.! McKinley. who has piov, 1 hirrs if t 1 lie ime anions the h'.s; frieads til'- n -pro ever had. We cauif-l v.i:- f r the president directly, but can vo.e for . a maa that .ndorscs the 0- esidi au'e acis. Space will n it allow- m t :v": r 11 the many thousand nap inttii: nts President .Mi Kinley has made within the past thii years. Jusi think of 23.000 c ! oiv 1 men dr.-.wins annually 57.Otift.Oo3 sal.uv for four y ars i f the administra tion, a total r.f $2S'l.fifO. It. ilo.-t upon ;h I ' m fits aeetu d to our people by such en enortn ias si., 11. Is it reas 1:1 al.ie !. supp se that p ople .-.instantly Kruvins in weaha an 1 Intelligence an I ti:o w tys of sivei-nin r.t aad s:a: stoanship. will forsake ste-h a lar:y end suppoit; one ih.lt openly and C. e!'..i c ve-.-ywr. . stands for t!i ir 'rinaiiiation aed tleradaMon in ev : y f r;o of discrimir.ntion tha t man ran ! : '.' A party thai has nit Riven thein any riKit? 1 ui by all kinds of f:-.i".l. op r. r.:i ! r in.-e-sled. has taken :'way t'.-.;-)?p prr.mtd. tiir uiffh th? ef f ris cf olh'.rs who la lieve in hon st 10 a !;; ami fair trta:mnt of all m.-n, Ida. k r wh . . Who: party is dis franehixins the r.esro throughout the southern states? What party is the ad vorati' for the repeal of the fourteeath and fifteenth amendments? What party i.s h .l iinsr white primaries, taxing the ne;ro without repres nt.1ti.1n and s.iy !:tK "I'-iiminate the nasrn from poli tics?" Th; democratic party, of 1 o-.ns ... Then. ho ran we support stt'-h .1 party? In a spoken made by i-V;-,a;or TKlman. bitter known as Pit. -hfork-' Tillmin. in the s nate of the T'nited F:at s Pehruary 24. If'rtO, he sai l: "I know iw hitisc aiout othei s.f .tt s. but I acknowlr-Iko openly and la.idly in siprht of ";nd. that we did ou.' l:-vi! I e.-t to ke p fv ry ntgro in our slate from vciir.sr." It is g.nera'dy eon -eded that Tillman will be a mnm 1-. r of Hryan's eabint t In t as.r of dem ocratic aueccss. fjm. of you will lie itski d lo support Mr. Pmith. wh is quoted as raying Is? -iuld not beli ve a roloved man and hoped the time wool 1 rome when a colored wltn ss woii'.l no; he aliow .1 n the stand in an Arizona court. X:v th-? facts i'.re these: The democratic party demands of th ' south a solid support and 1 aijscs majorities to lie disfranchised, free s cecii to be still- :1 and education to he n gleetcrl because ignorance is m easily tramjiled tijion than in.cl llKCnee. Think of it. colored mm. lOvery legislative ait. with an excep tional fiw, pertaining itt our welfare ar.d elevation introduced by our re publican frirnds. the democrats- party has ej ;)oe'.l. Ftiil they will ask the nertro ti supp iri thair ticket. Daniel Wc lis'trr said there is something nraons niiii more rai-able o" shaking despatffc power than llpthtr.Insr. whirlwlitil or a: tho.tiake. That Is t!v indignation of 1 he civilized world. The democratic party seeks your vote that it may as-sis-: then in furtht r enthialling y..:u. Th. r pudia1. ion or the habitual evasion uf law arr marks of impend itsr decay and anarchy in a community or state. Believe me. for the next twenty years ta crime we will have to pass through the most crucial test. How t-rrible is proscr:;j.ion and race halved which has enthroned itself in the h nrts of many of the American pe ph. Th' se few facts are submit ted fir the serious onsadera tion of our people. Renve'aher that freedom is the mi It that the r publican party is built upon. H. II. IIARVKY. I'.-Lsidont of th- Douglas Club. NICE JJ A 13 Y All babies are "nice," to '.ivjir rnoihers. We all love children. Great big men, with hard hands, have soft hearts for helpless new-comers to earth with the smile of heaven fresh on their innocent faces. No man is too high cr low, too proud or hum ble, too busy or idle, top good or bad, too great or small ex cept a few very small mean men to throw up their hats at the sight of a plump little cherub ; or to pity a thin one. Plumpness and thinness are accidents. Nature is bounti ful ; parents want to be. Scott's emulsion of cod-liver oil cor rects their mistakes. V.'c'll send yc.u a lialc to try if you like. SCOTT S: IXWNi:, 409 l'csr'l ctrcct. New York. which can hardly di f Ise but make a deferment necessary in dividends for the owners, for at least a considerable lengith of time. The cuisine will be a ppecial feature and it is intended that the tabb board shall be better than has heretofore be. n found in Phoenix. The rates will scale from S12 upwards for single rooms. $25 and upwards for suites, and $:M per month for h ard, w ith prices for 'transients running from 12 to J.T per tlav It is anticipated -fhat the strict line drawn upon the boarding of inv.i'.ida will prove a d.sirable feature r.t the new hotel and that it will till the pur pose for which it is intended, a home for families and for business mer, anl a place where can be found all the benefits Ito he derived fp:m congenfal ass.u iarn-n araong the bott.r class uf people who enjoy hotel life. THE OTHER PAREXT. A GORGEOUSLY BOUND j Work of art has Just been Issued at an I outlay of over $100,000. for which the ' publishers desire a Manager in this county, also a good solicitor; good pay ; to the right party. Nearly 100 full-page 1 engravings, sumptuous paper, illuml-' nated covers and bindings; over 200 golden lilies in the Morocco bindings; ! nearly 50 golden roses in the cloth bind- : lngs. Sells at sight; presses running j day and night so great is the sale. 1 Chr'stian men and women malting for- . tunes taking orders. Rapid promotions. ! One Christian woman made clear $500 1 in four weeks taking orders among her church acquaintances and friends. Write us. It may lead to a permanent position to manage our business and look after our large correspondence which you can attend to right at your home. Address J. A. Knight, Secre tary, Corcoran Building. opposite United States Treasury, Washington, "Xow, tell me." said ithe kind heart ed woman, "you're a runaway, aren't you?" "Ye-s, I am, ma'im, to tell the truth," repli-d the young tramp. "Mother died net long ago. and after that things didn't p tight, and one day I !i; out and I run till I was d ad tuckered out." "f:yor boy! couldn't go a step farther, eh?" "Oh. no, it was 'cause I couldn't go a step-moaher." Philadelphia Press. D. C. THE SIXTH AVENTJE HOTEL 1 Today will mark an in eld .n't of im portance in the history of Phoenix, in that the ncv.' Sixth Avenue hotel will be Informally opt netl Uo the public. F01 several year.! the Sixth Avenue has b cn operated in a manner more or less satisfactory to its patrons and at times has been considered the best of the sra.iller hostelrks m this city. Realizing the need of a really flrt't class modern hotrl. where the better c lass of people could make their homes, immune from the clanger and the dis agreeable features associated with ho tels wher tuberculosis patients were received, a number of the prominent business men conceived the idea of filling such a want. Accordingly a company was founded consisting of the mort reliable and prominent mer chants and bankers anl it was dt cided to acquire possession of the Sixth Avenue hotel. The work of renova tion was commenced ar one- and has lust been completed. Si thorough has It be. n dene that the interior of the building is practically new and pre-s-nfs as fine an appearance as any hotel in the city. There are forty rooms-, all repainted, repapared, rccarp.ted mil refurnished, the finest materia! pm c.iasable going into th equipment. Xew bath rooms have bt en put in and, in fact everything in the hotel is abso lutely new. see'mingly at an expense HIS PRINCIPAL UTTERANCE. The expert counrerfeiter laid the various samples ft his work op. the table before him and examined them with a critical eye. "This," he said, finally, picking up a will executed imitation of a $100 bill, "I think I shall mnke my paramount issue." Chicago Tribune. FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has ' been used for children teething. It ) soothes the child, softens the gums, al- j lays all pain, cures wind colic and i3 ' the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twen- : ty-five cents a bottle. ! Professor H. Cresswell Shaw, teacher of piano, violin, etc. Apply Jenkins' ( Music Store. , The Chicago Store has received lt3 . stock of fall goods and ladies are in- vited to call and see them. A Rare Opportunity. Everything We Offer Below Goes at 25 Per Cent. Less Than Cost Price Tit:; f jllowirg lines we are now (-.fsiri on'.: Mr-nVj Furnishing Goode of -Al d srririion?. A full assortment of Ladies'. Children' and " ntlemen'tj 8' ices. feuifa of all kinds. Ilnt-s of th b -st op styles. Come eoon to be in time to get a good eeitetion. We viil cuntiuue to carry a comj'e;e stock ci the follow ing lines : Groceries. Hardware, Tin were, , mpieiueLM, Wagons, Oiirrisge?, Harness, iaiid es and Minus' frupplie?, which we offer to sell right and give you fmt-dass good, only Acker's English Remedy Will Stop a : Coygh at any time, anc will cure the i worst cold in twelve hours, or money , refunded. 25 cents and 50 cents. Ben : Li. Bear, wholesale and retai' druggist, Phoenix. Arizona. ' GOLDMAN & CO. California Restaurant, -North iest Aye Opji'pite Gazette Office Strictly First-Class. Best Meals in the City. Satisfaction Onaranterd in Fvry Berpect LDCBL BREVITIES, j Cards of thanks, notices pertaining j to organizations and societies, church i fairs or socials, will not be printed in I Th Republican except when paid for. j "HERRMANN THE GREAT." j The principal part of the Hcrrman entertainments has always consisted ' of rare and all startling phenomena, j the wcrk s.emingiy setting a:t naught j nil the laws of nature. It is- reple'te with mysticisms and those occult deeds ' urdirarily ascribed lo tne reJoi.bt ab!- pr'ncf of dnikn-'Hs. Y,U everything is' sir-iply den., and the Great Herrmann has frankly disclaimed any supernal- j ur.tl agent ies. Lean Herrmann -will! appear at the Don Is thsat.r N ivt-ra- ' ber 9 and 10 N. Porter's for hand made saddles and harness. 142 East Washington. TELEPHONE 1681 DWKiHT B. HEARD. Loans, Real Estate, Investments. 403-4 FLEMING BLOCK. I why is COFFEE AL'S RESTAURANT SO WELL KOWN? BECAUSE: We serve more Meals and seat more guests. Are more famous tor Coffee, Meats, Salad and Pastry. . Are the oldest Restaurant people in the city fnine years in the busi ness). Have Co!d Storage and Steam. Are up to date in everything. - IOE OftKAM WHOLESALE AND KKTAfx, tf- $25.00 Reward, j will be paid for information leading to ' orrest and conviction of persons tres- passing upon and stealing fruit from ' the orchards of the j Arioni Orange Association.' SEE TUB NEW OAS RANGE! 4 i Pattern for 1000. PH0fM. l.KHI fi f 111 Cft. YOUR MONEY'S WORTH EVERY TIME (z wluct you get when purchasing jroai f joan at this store. Good weight, high Quality and low prices has made F. Grtebel's the purchasing center for th. thrifty and for those who appreciate superior grade of coffees, teaa, canned Koods. cereals, flour and meats "IJn tn1 let t've" Is our motto and w 11t to it- FRANK GRIEBEL, Tel. its 218 W. Wa.htarton St. Mm 1TON 1 X Vjr,JU I mi I mi ml la Men's, Youth's and Children's Clothing, and we mean to get a large share of it; we mean to get it by de- deserving it; we mean to make it pay you to buy at the BOSTON STORE. We name prices for rew and desirable Clothing, which cannct fail to please Read them with Interest, The Boston Store. & Read them with Confidence. Men's Sui look w ,11 and dressy. They are worth fram .?!S to $L'0; buy them now for... Men's c'assimt r. Worsted t'uii. S5.50; far ... Sc-.tch Tt.,.1 and half . wo..! : worth $62.50 .Men's Wo:-.-, f Scotch Twi i wet'th ?7."l .1. 'ashmen cd Suit.-, ttv for ... $5.50 Men's All-W... lngs. sti-ijus. suits that v than $!'), f o il Suus in good color checks, invisible plaids; : re n ver s iid f r Its.- Jlens fraud Cotton Pants, -worth i'j7r, for Hoy's Knee Pants, half wool suits in all eoijrs. age 3 I 1.1, worth $2.50, for SI .50 Youth's Suits, $7.50 ;'i:i;s, sizes from 10 to l'j. wool, good e-ol irs; worth J." i Hoys' All-Wool Suits, all sizes, in cassi-, jj meres, worsted.:, .colors which will m.t fad ; worth $T..",0, for I'jys' Knee Pants. iill-ooI suits, in dark gray and dark brown, worth i-;, for $2.00 Children's Vestoe Suits. .M n's Visit Our Clothing Ml- W . .- I Suits in bia -k ciav jj wot-i-.l ail 1 bin- si rg s, winiir li w :,aje. Miuarc and round tuts, guar- iantrnl fast colors and the vi ry best niaitis: p..s';ivcly .sold for SI 5 a: ot.ier s-loi-..; our pi ice n iw Bepartrsienf. SO B as THE 0.00 b a's Fin A!!-Wuol e-'uits in very line cin-1 neat snipes, j.'.ails. l.trg.? and small h', i:s: til newest and bites', fabriis: sails ilial wili we.'.:- well aad $4.50 Hoys' Suits in black clay worsteds and blue serges: made .if lii and 2'1-ounco clay, in round and f'luaiv cuts; suits that art worth from $10 to : Your eb.oie-e for 5 7.50 We' have recti v-ed the finest aad the best assort d stock of Hoys' Clothing ver exhibited la I'boenix. ( "iiildren's Suits, i'ant.s ,Coa.t and a neat little Double Hreasted Vest, age 3 t 8. in th. very latest strip s, chec ks and solid colors, blue, brown and !N biack; every mothi r in Phoenix that net-as a null fir h r boy shauld viit our store and see our line assortment of 'hiidren's Suits. e are also snowing a fine line of Boys' Three Piece Suits, with double ana single oreaatea vests, tie sure to see t'htm. Men's Pants. Men's Cc-tton Worsted Pants, $1. for worth 75c. Hoys Suits. Hoys' Knee Pants Suits in very tine itiality of worsteds, vacsiin-.Tes, cheviots and Scotch tw.eds, in all f-olors and sizes' to suit every mother and san; worth H.Z) to ?3. for 3.00 Men's Hair-Lined Pants in dark srray and dark brown; jn very neit colors; two-thirds wool; worth $2.30, for Men's All-Wool 1'ants, in eassim res, worsteds and cheviots: jyjoi wearers and good lookers; worth for $2.00 2 A full line of ranipie All-Wo-al I'aTits just received, .with neat and pretty designs and colors, which are al ways sold from $4.30 to $3. Take jour choice, per pair $3.00 $tsyi a BOSTON STOKE. We also call your special attention to our big assortment of men's hats, all styles, all colors and shapes, quantity and quality. Pay us a visit before you buy your hat. Yours for courteous treat ment and lowest prices. P. S. Our Men's Furnishing Department is assorted better and larger than ever. DIAMOND BROS., Proprietors. gar IS &5 Visit Our Clothing Department jg is THE BOSTON STORE. s& 1X