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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 21, 1890.
THE AIWA REPUBLICAN.
THE REPUBLICAN I'lEISIIIXG COMPANY.
Published livery Day in the Year.
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Entered at the nostoflleo
in matter of the
Let the gulled jiulc v incc.
AViio is opposing statehood, anyway?
"Hkkk's to the quadroon baby
may it lic.
Additional telegraphic news will be
found on the third page.
The UcruiiLicvN now luw double the
circulation of any newspaper in Ari
zona. As the tick cleaves to the dog, so
cleaeth the Zulick appointee to the pub
The first Territorial exchange to reach
us was that splendid weekly, tho Flor
ence Jluterpi ise.
The undeveloped resources of Arizona
would enrich any country le- favored
by nature than this.
Tun Sunday Ukpuiilicax will have an
unusually largo edition.a fact that livo
advertisers should not fotget.
No town in the We!t has a surer
foundation for gre.itn;-s than l'hwuix
and to none will full development como
Tmith'a too much
tacts to the square
journalism. The lti.i
keep to fact.
talk and too few
inch in Arizona
tiii.ic.n means to
Ai l the great sporting events of tho
country will be fully reported for The
liM'tuu icvx, a fact that should not e
cape the men who are interested in such
"When the present editor of The lit
runncvx first made the Herald n oiler
to buy it out more than two years ago,
where, then, was the man whom it now
alludes to us "the Senatorial bous?"
The following advice by Charles A.
Dana, of the Sun, will guide The Hk
ruiiiic'VN ".Never print a paid ad
vertisement us news mutter. Let every
advertisement appear as nn udvertiw
inent no sailing under false color."
The Chiuiiler of Commerce should in
vite President Huntington, of the South
ern I'aiifie. to vi-it l'hienix while on his
tour of inspection. It would do C. P.
good to see this valley, and such a vis-it
could not but result in good to l'heeni.
The management of The Rfpullican
is deeply grateful for the cordial wel
come it has received from the people of
the Territory. It will strive to so con
duct the publication as to deserve and
hold tho confidence and esteem of the
The Huntington raid on the Pacific
Mail stock appears to bo the mos't
formidable onslaught the Goulds have
yet had to face and they have had many
that threatened their supremacy in the
company. As between Huntington and
Gould it is n case of wolf devouring wolf
and the public look on complacently.
Tiifui: is no doubt that the voice of
the Democracy is for Cleveland for Pres
ident, mil me iniiuence of tlie opixi
tion In .New York is too potent and the
fat man will never again lead the party.
It will lxj Hill, Whitney, or Gray, of Iii
diaua, of whom the second i by all
odds the strongest and most available.
The judicial proceedings in San Diego
county, California, havo become a dis
grace to that lovely placo and a candal
to the state. The good people of that
county owe it to themselves to search
out tho men whobavo brought the dis
graco on them and then relegate them
to private lifo so vigorously that they
may never again show their heads.
The farm mortgages in two counties
of Pennsylvania, lierks and Lancaster,
aggregate the enormous sum of $34,
000,000. These two counties comprise the
garden spot of Pennsylvania, where
land is worth from 200 to f 1000 an acre.
They arc traversed by many competing
railroads, contiguous to great markets
and yet farmine doen't pay there.
A KTitoNO feelini; against Civil Service
exists among Congressmen and others
familiar with official life in Washington.
An office-holding class threatens moro
danger to tho Repubie than do tho par
tisan oflkc-seekers. The public hervico
rarely sutlers from a chango of clerks,
door-keepers and messengers. Then,
too, the establishment of a civil pension
list is to be deprecated.
The Solid iluldoon, a newspaper pub
lished at Ouray, Colorado, bus the fol
lowing which has an application in too
many towns of tho country, unfortu
nately: "There arc n number of human
hogs in Ouray who havo no earthly am
bition beyond individual gain and never
miss an opportunity to balk or cripple
any enterprise w liicli promises competi
tion or to add tothepiosperity ofothcrs.
The mass of our people, however, are
against such practices and as thoy gen
erally constitute tho juries tho task of
eradicating greed is an easy one." It is
pleasant to know that Pluvnix has no
hogs of this stripe.
It appears to Iks assured beyond a
doubt that the Santa Fo company and
its triemls in Rostou and New York will
establish a line of steamers between
San Diego and China and Australia.
Nothing will so much help tho city of
bay-and-climntc, and it will be tho
salvation of tho Santa Fo sjsteni. Tho
interests of the road and of San Diego
aro identical; what will help one will
help the other. But aside from this,
tho Santa Fo must have an outlet and
a feeder on tho Pacific, so as to placo it
on an equality as to tho accidental trade
with tho Southern Pacific and tho
Canadian Pacific. If Phiunix could bo
linked by rail with San Diego, as it
eventually w ill be, it would share in tho
benefits that aro bound to flow from tho
new lino of steamers.
THE DEPARTMENT OF ARIZONA.
There seems to bo no doubt that tho
military authorities havo fully deter
mined to dismember tho department of
Arizona, and to remove tho ofllccrs
and stores now at Los Angeles
to San Francisco. This is only the be
ginning of a general reorganization of
tho military tystcin of tho bouthwest.
Tho smaller posts will all Iks abandoned
and tho troops concentrated at eligible
strategically points on the Coast, with
onoortwo pos-ts in tho interior. Fol
lowing out thin line, Fort McDowell is
already being abandoned, as was shown
by The Hki-uiimcak yesterday, and that
of others v ill follow. Tho reservations
thus abandoned will in due time bo re
turn! to the public domain and placed
on the market.
For the extreme southwest Gen. Miles
has proposed a large post on the govern
ment reservation at Point Loma or on
North Island (Coronado) on San Diego
bay. There tho troops could bo main
tained at a minimum tost, water trans
portation being available for troops and
supplies. When the road from San
Diego to Yuma is built, as it soon will
1)0, that will be the most stratecctie
point on tho Coast, easily accessible to
all points in the interior. For this post
a large appropriation is to bo asked and
it is proved to make it a part of the
great link of Coast defenses now under
I5y the withdrawal of tho troops from
tho Territory, Arizona will be u tempo
rary loser in dollars and cents, but in
tho end it w ill be a gainer. Thousands
of acres of tho very best land in the
Territory will I restored to the public
domain to be taken up by actual set
tler, who will cultivate the soil and any
one of whom will be worth more to tho
Territory and the country than a regi
ment of soldiers. The withdrawal of
the troops will be in tho nature of serv
ing notice on the country that tho days
of their need here has passed and that
Arizona hat taken her place in the col
umn of peace, plenty and prosperity,
that the Indian has abandoned his mur
derous forays and, that the pruning hook
and the ploughshare have taken the
place of the tomahawk and the sword.
ARIZONA'S MINING RESOURCES.
The most important of all the in
dustries, and the great factor on which
all hope for the future wealth and pros
peiity of this Territory is based, is its
extensive mineral fields. Scarcely n
mountain in the Territory but has its
metalliferous veins of greater or less im
portance, and in some of the outlying
foothills are found the richest mines of
The mines of Arizona when developed
will require a vast army of workmen
certainly not less than fifty thousand
ojMirativcs and they must lie fed from
the rich agricultural area within our
tordcre, thus giving our farmers the
hot of all markets for their products.
The development of these mines is of
vital necesfity to our advancement, and
with the opening of the new railroads
will be rapidly accompli bed. When
mf iorth and South and East and
(Vest lines of lailroad shall intersect
the Territory we Khali ee history re
peated here as in Colorado. Narrow
gauge lines will run up all our principal
mountain vallejs; concentrating plants
will be established on hundreds of prop
erties now unavailable from want of
cheap transport ttion; smelting and re
duction works of immen.se proportions
will be located in our valleys and in the
more important mountain towns where
facilities for treatment of ores can best
Parties in tho older mining countries
co the fulfillment of these things in the
near future, and mining agents and ex
perts are now pioneering all over Arizo
na engaged in securing tho best proper
ties to be obtained in order to profit by
this advance movement so confidently
The jrreat gold belts aro well known
in Arizona. One of these bti etches
away from the Colorado River in Yuma
county northward including Hurqua
Hula, tho Vulture, tho rich mining re
gion of tho Hassayampa, Castle Creek,
Cave Creek, in fact all the mountain
parts of Maricopa and Yavapai counties.
The other gold belt passes through Co
chise county, wherein is situated the
rich mines of the Tombstone district.
Asido from these, gold is found in quartz
and placers throughout the Territory.
Silver alto abounds plentifully. Tho
gteat Silver King mine in Pinal county,
lias produced many millions and tho
unparlaleled richness of its ores have
astonished the mining world. Silver
exists in nil of our galena and many
of our copper ores.
West of Pha-nix, between this city
and llarqua Hala, there is a belt of
heavy, high grado galena, yielding from
six to twenty ounces of silver and from
twenty to fifty per cent, lead to tho ton.
These mines must lead to the establish
ment of a smelting plant on tho Buck
eye canal in the near future, as they aro
easy of access fiom that point.
In copper, Aiioim has immenso
mines. Clifton and Bisbco kept up
their regular shipments of this metal,
even during the great depression in its
value by tho foreign syndicate who at
tempted to govern tho market of tho
world in this metal. Tho copper pro
duct of Arizona is held in higher es
teem than that from any other country,
being much harder it is better for all
copper alloys and this is what enhances
its value for many purposes. There aro
rich copper mines in Maricopa and Pima
counties and many undeveloped mines
of this metal in various parts of tho
Oun neighbor, tho Gazette, has tho
follow big vvelcomo to The Republican :
"Our morning contemporary made its
first appearance yesterday, arid u very
creditable one it was. "While the Qa
lette'Ja of tho opinion that a city the slie
of Phoenix, notwithstanding its marve
lous possibilities and wonderful liber
ality of its people, cannot support throe
daily papers, yet it is a fair field, and
tho fittest will survive. Wo entertain
not ono iota of feeling other than friend
ship for the enterprise, and as Ion,? aa it
keeps the claws of Churchill and Wol
Hey from its columns, it will retain tho
respect of the peoplo."
"What even a mild competition will do
is shown by tho fact that the great
watch trust of tho cast has determined
to erect a factory on tho Pacific Coast.
This result bos been brought uboilt by
the establishment of a watch factory at
Otay, a suburb of San Diego, which is
just al)out to placo its product on tho
market. The trust at first ridiculed tho
Otay projoct, then threw every obstaclo
in its way and now will fight it with a
factory of its own. Tho Otay company
is a cooperative enterprise, comprising
somo of tho most skilful watch makers
in the country. Tho sympathy of the
Coast people v ill be w ith them.
The richness of tho desert is marvel
ous beyond belief, if we miy believe
those who havo prospected it even in
tho most superficial manner. Recent
developments in California have con
firmed the reports of the Arizona pros
pectors, and if the desert may not bo
made to blossom like the rose, it will be
made to yield its unsuspected wealth to
enrich the country. Tho desert is not
an inviting field for the prospector, but
it may prove the great diamond field of
The idea that our South American
neighbors are slow is rapidly being dis
sipated. On April 1 an electric mail
service was put in operation between
Runos Ayrcs and Montevideo. Tho
two cities, 180 miles apart, have been
connected by a double lino ol wires
along which tiny mail boxes will tarry
with lightning rapidity meninges writ
ten on thin paper. In thn our slow
neighlwrs arc giving us something
worthy of emulation.
When our more or less esteemed con
temporary, the Hera Id, hires men who
will allow the editor to express himself
intelligently, we may reply to him. In
the meantime, quadroon babies in Cali
fornia are baptized just tho same.
Cam isle is one of the best judges of
Ilourlion in Congress, and that is an ac
complishment in a man that is never
overlooked in Kentucky.
IVTTON OPERA HOUSE.
S i: PTTOX
THURSDAY, MAY 22.
Prof. C. ZSTorris'
DO AM. MIT TALK
ItKGUI.AU 1)0(1 KINGDOM
COMICAL CLOWN DOGS 3
the King of Dogs A Dog with
n Human Brain.
A Refined, Amusing and Instructive
Adminsiou, 25 and 50 Cents.
Reserved seats on Kale at the Opera
House Drug Store.
work done nromntlv.
rurrectl) and neatly.
OClce with tile Arizona
surgeon. Office, Frj
GO TO THE FASHION 1IARRER ?HOP FOR
having, huir cutting, shampooing, bath
ing, hair dinging. Ladles work done at the shop
or residence. Prices to suit the tlmen Opposite
the Opera House. FRANK SIIIKLEY, pro
prietor. COMMERCIAL HOTEL, CORNER CENTER
and Jcftenion striets Onlv home employing
Whllp llpln thrnmrhriiit UVIItPInU' t riTIIUtT
University of California.
REGULAR COURSE OF LECTURIS
JL will begin MONDAY,
JUNE 2d. nl Q nVlnnV.
at the college, Stcx ktou street, corner Chestnut,
San Francihco 11. A Mtl.hAN, M. I)., Dean
uo.1 Merchant street, corner Montgomery, San
Maricopa Loan and Trust Co,,
Incorporated. February 1, 1888.
Paid up Capital $100,000.
JOSEPII VV. SPAULDING, President.
JERRY MILLAY, General Manager.
IIINE, AhMstant Cashier.
Wells, Fargo A Co's Rank..
VV. T. Rickanls A Co
National Park Hank
Northern Hanking Co ...
.New York City
Money Loaned on Real Estate or Per
sonal securities, and a general Banking
Banking House Basement of Ander
Wm. H. Taylor, President.
S. E. Cor. Howard and
MINING AND MILLING MACHINERY, ENGINES,
Boilers, Sheet-iron Waler Pipe
For Mining and
Agents for the Pacific Coast of
Bryan's Holler Quartz
Cheapest and Most Pcifect Roller Mill Made-
Exclusive Agents for the Pacific Coast of
sieci ruiiey anil iox's
Full Descriptive Circulars of any
Kupferle Bros. Manufacturing Co.
MISSOURI BRASS FOUNDRY,
STEAM AND GAS PIPE WORKS.
COO, 602 and 604 Second St., cor. Washington Ave., and 119 Washington Ave.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
ANUFACTURERS OF EVERY VARIETY
StCUlIl HIlll Cirt l'ilJO FtttHI-K.
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10 to 70 pounds per jurcl.
Steel Rails and Curves
AND STKIIL Sl'LICK PLATES.
FORGINGS, BILLETS AND BARS,
BLOOMS AND INGOTS.
Central Offirc. 208 South Fourth St.
Worls. Steelton, Pennsylvania.
ZECKENDORF & CO.,
Keep the Largest and Most Complete Slock of Goods
Orders by iVXail Promptly "Filled.
Hoad and Ranch "Wagons.
Redondo Beach, Cal.
This new and magnificent hotel was opened to
the public May 1st. It is the most thoroughly
equipped and bebt lurnishtd lioute on the Pa
cific Coast. Two hundred nnd seventy-five
roonn, replete with every convenience: fire
place, hot and cold water, Incandescent lights.
electric call and return system. Standing in the
center of a twenty-two acre tract, under high
cultivation, two hundred leet hock from tho
ocean bluff. Arc lights on the grounds. Finest
sur( bathing in America. Tho house has a fine
Otis elevator find bv far the handsomest music
and dancing hall in California. The dining
room is a perfect gem of artistic perfection, su
perbly furnished and so arranged that every
seat commands a view of the ocean. There Is a
gallery at one end, where a lino band plays for
tho cvcn'ng dances; also playing on the veranda
in the morning, in the music and dancing room
at night. Morning germans will be a feature of i
the house. The cuisine will also be a promi
nent factor. The houso and surroundings are
simply perfection new, sweet and clean and
mutt be seen to oc appreciated. The Atchison,
Topcka and Santa Fe runs six trains daily from
Los Angeles. The company own their own rail
road, running to Los Angeles, connecting with
the Grand Avenue cable system, running twelve
finely-equipped trains dally each way, landing
passengers right back of the hotel. There Is a
pier, where boats from San Francisco, San Diego
and other points make regular landings Steam
and sailing yachts can be had. The fishing is
the finest on the coast. There is a bin IT and in
terior drive, commanding a fine view of the
ocean, San Gabriel valley, Wilson's Peak, Old
Baldy, Sierra Madre range of mountains. Terms
same as other rlrst-class houses, bpecial rates
for permvnents and families. All letters address
to the manager.
E. W. ROOT, Manager.
R. S. Moore, Superintendent.
ID LOCOMOTIVE WORKS
Beale, San Francisco.
OF ALL KINDS OF
Heine Patent Safety Roilers, Macbeth
of the Above Sent on Application.
OF I1RASS WORK FOR KVOIVI' nun nrno
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a, i.u. jM.iuj. in uei- iuwi i uieni mowers
STEEL RAIL FROGS.
Of the best and most approved pattern
STEEL CROSSING FROGS.
Of superior excellence and durability.
LORENZ SAFETY SWITCHES.
Of several approved pattern.
IMPROVED SPLIT SWITCHES.
SWITCH STANDS AND FIXTURES.
For automatically ringing alarm IkjIN
at highway erodings, rcnuiriii!' no
electrician. Suc the expen-e of
watchmen. Sold on trial.
and Gents Furnishing Goods,
a" ir k
National Bank of Arizona,
W. KALES, President.
SOU LEWIS, Vice President.
GEO. V . IIOADLKV, Cashier.
Capital, Paid Up,
Surplus, - - -
M. W. Kalfs,
J. Y. T. Smith,
Ciiakles Goldman, Gro. W. Hoadlfy.
Tho Bank of Californii San Francisco
Agency of Rank of California , New York
The Farmers' nnd Merc hants' Hank Ims Angeles.
The Rank of Commerce . bt Louis
Consolidated Rank . . Tucfon
Hank of Arizona . . Prcscott
N. M. Rothbihlld Soui . I-ondon
Boot and Shoe Maker.
BEST FRENCH KID LADIES' SHOES, HAND
sewed, from $Hot7. Men's Ret French
( alf Roots, hand sewed, from JO to ? 12; pegged,
from y to in Fit guaranteed Repairing of
all kinds neatly and prgmptlj done, bhop op
C1LARK HOWARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
j Office in Porter block, PhanU, A.T.
E. E. PRO WELL,-
FEESH STOCK! OF THE'
Best and Purest Drugs
Elegant Toilet Articles,
Fancy Goods, Perfumes, Soaps,
And All Articles Usually
The Prescription Department is under the charge of
a Graduate of one of the best Colleges of Pharmacy .
in the country, and especial attention is given to
Compiling Preta iptions, lwth Day and Night.
Call and See Us, Whether You Wish to
Purchase Anything or fibfc
The Opera I-Iouso Drug
First-Class Drug Stores.
Store Never Closes.