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THE ARIZONA REPUBUOAN, PHOENIX, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 30. 1890.
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN.
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Preferred I.oonln 10 cents per lino first
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CoTcr them over with beautiful flowers,
Cover thein over, these soldiers of ours.
Have you scon The Weekly Rkpuii
ijcan? If not, call at the ofllce and get
ii copy for your distant friends.
p The Santa Fe Xew Mexican has fallen
into lino with the Rki'ijiii.ican in advo
cating the nbolition of the fee system for
AVhat superior census enumerators
the appointees for this district would bo
in the eyes of the Gazette if they were
only Democrats. Hut Iwing Republi
cans, "Oh Lord!"
The Santa Fo's new overland flyer
ought to be a success. It will consider
ably out distance any of tho other trans
continental roads in the run from
Chicago to the coast.
Pikk.sk is enjoying exceptionally
fine weather these days. During the
day it is just cool enough for comfort
and the nights arc glorious for all who
court the blessing of sound, refreshing
The Albuquerque Citizen has the fol
lowing to say aliout our popular Terri
torial Secretary: "Arizona has an en
terprising citizen in Secretory N. O.
Mnrphy. Heworks every day in tho
week tor the interests of Arizona, and
and his work is effective."
California hns shipped 2500 car loads
of citrus fruits this season, of which
Riverside furnished 1400. There is no
reason why, with the proper work and
enterprise, that tho country around
Phoenix cannot outrival Kiverside as a
shipper of this class of fruits.
What can tho matter be that the hold
over Treasurer of the Insane Asylum is
so loth to turn over his books and ac
counts to his lawful successor? Can it
bo that he dare not let his methods of
handling the monies become known?
Such needless delay indeed looks sus
picious. Sknatok Stewakt told some very plain
truths in tho Senate, yesterday, about
Major Powell, Superintendent of the
Typographic Survey. All western men
know that Powell has Dimply wasted
tho money appropriated for developing
irrigation and ho has evinced about as
much practical knowledgojof tho subject
as a city-bred collego youth knows
about practical mining.
The first number of The Weekly Re
publican was issued yesterday. It con
tains twenty-fivo columns of reading
matter, including a summitry of all the
nuws of tho world for tho week, mining
and railroad news, Territorial news,
bright miscellany, editorial and all the
features that go to mako up n lirst-class
weekly. Tho subscription price is only
f 2.50 a year.
Let us be magnanimous enough to re
member that all, "whether of tho blue or
gray, were American soldiers :
Thee In tho rollings of glory,
Those In tho gloom of defeat;
All In their battle-blood gory,
In the dusk of eternity meet.
Under the sod and tho dew,
Sleeping their lives away,
Under the one, the blue,
Under the other, tho gray.
Says the Riverside Press: "Tho Los
Angeles Tribune runs tho risk of being
considered offensively personal by some
would-bc-spicy and enterprising news
paper men in remarking: 4A lie is
always sensational ; tho truth is rarely,
if ever, so. Peoplo seeking for sensa
tions aro in pursuit of falsehoods."'
What does tho Pret expect? Does it
expect the sleepy Tribune to wako up
Btifliciently to recognlzo tho difference
between a Ho and the truth?
An evidenco of what can bo dono in
tho Salt River Valloy in fruit culture
was shown on tho streets yesterday by
John Gray who lives a short distanco
north of town on tho Cavo Creek road.
It has been asserteU that tho climate
hero was unfavorable for black
berries, yet Mr. Gray had some
as flno specimens of tho early
Crandall variety as wore over grown. It
is remarkably early in tho season for
this fruit, which only shows that labor
properly directed can bring about gr,eat
results here. Mr. Gray is so encouraged
with the cultivation of what vines ho
has that ho proposes to sot out several
thousand moro next spring.
SAMPLING WORKS FOR MHENIX.
The Rkpuiilican is glud to know that
thero is some prospect for tho erection
of sampling works in Pluenix. Our
merchants and business men do not
seem to realize how much such works
will add to the business interests of tho
city. When erected and running they
w ill cause to como this way all the ship
ping ores within sixty or seventy miles,
as it will bo a down-hill haul, and in
nearly nil cases by wagon road.
Prescott by her sampling works haH
opened a big industry and market in
this direction. Nearly every evening
pack trains and freight teams loaded
with ores arrive in that city and unload.
The next morning each outfit is loaded
with supplies for tho different mines,
ranging in value from 500 to $2000.
Hundreds of men are now busy working
on thews mines tributary to Phrenix and
thousands more can bo profitably em
ployed, if this Interest is properly looked
All the hope for tho future, and the
greatest prosperity of Arizona is in tho
development of her mining interests.
By this we hccurothe best of'iill, a homo
market for everything we can produce
in this rich and productive valley. In
such a homo market no outside country
cm possible compete with us, values
w ill always bo remunerative and tho
greatest good to both miners and farm
ers will bo the result.
Every business man who has his eyes
open ought to do nil in his power to en
courage or aid in tho erection of
sampling works for Pluunix. Reduction
works will follow as a natural result.
THAT FRAUDULENT TELEGRAM.
Under tho flro of Tun Republican
tho Citizen virtually admits that it
knowingly committed a fraud upon the
public and did try by this fraud to in
jure tho Governor and Surveyor-General.
It tried first to squirm out by
pleading ignorant innocence a kind of
heathen Chinee simplicity.
Tho following from the Citizen shown
that tho wish was father to the thought,
and by tho aid of Brewster Cameron,
O. It. Drake and their willing tool, tho
Star, it was so put up as to give tho
Citizen a chance to plead "interchange
of telegraphic service: "
The "What Docs It Mean" dispatch Is still
worrying the soul of our Governor. Undoubt
edly It scraped a little too cl(e to the truth to
The Rkpuiilican has heard of Drake's
threat to dissolve the 15th legisla
ture, and of Cameron aiding- tho
Democratic Marshal to pack a United
States Grand Jury and then turning
States evidence to have good Republi
cans indicted for soliciting mid contrib
uting to tho Republican campaign fund.
The Rkpuiilican has heard loth sides
of the question, and this fraudulent tel
egram was just the act to bo expected.
The Repuiilican'h note-book contains
n full account of the doings of slippery
Drake and vindictive Cameron, consid
ered from a jwlitical point of view. It
holds that the political acts of any man
are always proper subjects of comment
and it will certainly call time on them
whenever it sees prqper to do so. As a
political paper The Repuiilican deems
it its duty to condemn any Republican
official as quickly as a Democrat, if tho
former fails to perforin his duties, right,
or ignores the party which created him,
nor would it be true to the party if it
failed to do this.
THE M. & P. RAILROAD.
A morning contemporary says:
Experience has shown that uherover rail
roads have lieen built, the country has been
speedily populated, land has enhanced In value,
and wealth accummnlated where nothing be
fore had flourished but dullness and torpor.
This fact has been proven in tho history
of'Phtenix and the Salt River valley.
Until the building of tho Maricopa and
Phoenix Railroad it was a hard thing
to get peoplo to como hero and see tho
advantages this valley had to offer in
th'o way of investments and homes for
the people. But within a year from tho
completion of that road every owner of
a town lot or pieco of real estate in the
valley found his property enhanced in
value from one hundred to five hundred
per cent. And in tho face of this and
with the nbove quoted admission, the
manager of the M. & P. Railroad has
been tho subject of tho vilest maledic
tion, vituperativo abuse, and even per
sonal violonco, because ho simply did
tho duties required of him.
Phcunix owes nil tho prosperity it now
enjoys, all the permnncnt growth it lias
received since the advent of tho M. A P.
Railroad, all the advance in valuo of real
property, and tho most of its increase
in population and importance to tho M.
k P. Railroad, and it is a mean and dast
ardly pieco of business to abuse any of
its ofliccrs. As to the matter of discrim
ination of freights in favor of California
against Arizona, it is an untruth. Cat
tle, grain, liny and flour are shipped
from here to points cither east or west
at rates, over tho Southern Pacific, with
which Southern California cannot com
pete. Any ono who doubts this has only
to apply at tho railroad oflico in Phce
nix and he will thero find this state
It is grand custom we have in this
country of setting apart ono day in the
yenr to bo known as Memorial Day,
when we shall scatter flowers upon tho
graves of our fallen soldiers. It helps
us tho tatter to realize what our country
is, what tho soldiers fought for,
and the liberties and blessings wo
enjoy today. Tell tho children who
strow tho graves of the soldiers what
tho significance of the act is, that they
may learn from it patriotisms. and a
greater lovo for country, so that forever
onward wo shall be ono country with
The Rkpuiilican hears encouraging
reports from tho Congress mine. Under
tho supcrintendency of Superintendent
Frank Murphy, mino and mill aro run
ning smoothly and an avcraire turnout
of $14,000 is mado every month. It is
said that extensive improvements aro
soon to bo mado to tho mining plunt.
All the money has been subscribed
and tho Usntists of tho United KtntPH
are now assured of having ono of tho
greatest universities in tho country.
With $1,000,000 to start on it will cer
tainly bo built on a good foundation.
Col. J. A. Tobriskie, of Tucson, will
deliver tho Memorial Day addres in Tos
Clark & Starbuck, of Huachuca, will
soon begin work on an artesian well
with improved machinery capable of
boring 3000 feet.
Tho gold nugget found in the Big Bug
district near Prescott a few days ago
measures llvo inches tho longest way
and three and a half inches across.
Major Wham has just returned to
Tucson from a pay trip to tho various
armyposts in southern Arizona. This
is Major Wham's first trip since the rob
bery last year.
Says tho Yuma Times: Tho Colo
rado is still rising and unless tho waters
soon recedo, will in a short time reach
to within two or three foot of tho much
vaunted high water mark of 1884.
Says the Prospector of tho 27th:
Lieutenant Dean of tho Fourth cav
alry, with eleven soldiers and two pack
mules, came to Tombstone at midnight
last night, in response to a telegram
sent by District Attorney Stilwell yes
terday morning. They left at daylight
this morning for Rucker canyon, whero
tilt'' will endeavor to strike tho trail of
tho Indians who killed Hnrdie.
Tucson Citizen: Tho Board of Super
visors have instructed Assessor Snyder
to enforce immculato payment ot poll
tax from every ono liable for the tax,
whether on the tax roll or not. Hereto
fore it has been the practice for most
tax-payers to pay tins special tax at tno
time tlloy paid their property tax, but
this course resulted in quite a loss to tho
school fund, to which his special tax
goes, by reason of tho largo number who
allowed their taxes to go delinquent,
and as tho poll tax must bo collected
within the calender year thoy thus es
cape. No pne can justly complain of
this new departure, as tho non-taxpayer
sluftild be shown no moro leniency than
tho property tax-payer.
The City or Mexico.
Guth In the Knulrer.)
"What is tho state of Mexico in tho
way of growth and cleanliness and
"Mexico has a superb situation, -and
is grow ing very fast. It is growing or
namentally as well as in area. They
are now at work making tunnels to im
prove the sewerage of the city. Hith
erto, in accordance with fifteenth and
sixteenth century notions, tho sewerage
has been slighted. When these works
aro done, Mexico will bo tho most
healthy place, I suppose, in tho world.
It is so high up in nltitudo that no epi
demic has over prevailed there, in spite
of the want of sewerage. It is to be
sewered now, and when that is done it
is going to make a noble winter resort."
Hold Her rupiifise,
lllole City Domocrat.
On Saturday a dusky dome known as
Whisky Jim's Squaw, concluding that
her five-months-old papoose was a great
care to her, sold him to a China woman
for f 15. The foster-mother sent blied the
little ono till it fairly shown, shaved his
head, dressed him in a miniature Chi
nese costume, anil crowned tne wliole
with a comical little red cap, which
made him look like a little monkey.
The Indians were highly indignant over
the affair, and the moon-eyed popula
tion of this city were far from satisfied
with the transaction. On Tuesday tho
father of the youngster came to Sheriff
.Miller and asked him to go with nun
mid get the child, which was done, and
now the Chinese dnmscl bewails her $15
as lost, and the baby's mother seems to
bo perfectly nappy.
AEEIYED IN PIKENJLX.
The Famous Vitapiithic Phy
sician, Dr. J. D. Mac
San Francisco, Cal., Whose Marvel
ous Cures Have Won for Him a
Now located for a limited time only. In the
Monlhou building, rooms 1 and 2, where hu
and free treatment to tho poor, while tho rich
are expected to juiy a moderate fee.
Anyone who doubts his ability the following
caes, (.elected from thousands of others on file
at his otllcc, ought to satisfy them to the contra
ry. One thousand dollars will be given foruny
of them nit genuine!
Ex. Gov. A, 1. K. Srtffbrd, of Arlrona, cured
of nervous prostration In three weeks recom
mends Dr, Jlacliennan very highly.
Attorney-General Murshull's reply to Hon. T.
Office or the Attorney-Gbnbral i
OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, 5
Han Francisco, March is, 1881.)
Hon. T. E. Jones My Dear Hlr: I Jiac Just
received your letter of thol.'ith. Doctor JIiic
iAinnan wus of great and singular service to me.
I certainly would try him If I wore In your
place. He has worked some Wonderful changes
within my knowledge. Itespectfully,
E. C. Marshall.
Now read what Doctor A. 8. Hughes, a medi
cal practitioner of forty yeurt, whom Dr.Macl.en
imn cured, has to say
TESTIMONY OF DOCTOR IIUOIIES.
The undersigned, a resident of the town of
Slaughter, King Uountfc.W.T., has been ailllcted
for over two years with a dlhcase termed by
some physicians eplshelomlla, by others, tie
douloureux, from which I luivo sullercd at times
the most excruciating pains, only relieved by
hot fomentation. The ueccuM) and twin started
in my upper Jaw on tho right side, under the
right ale the noic extending up through the
oones 01 me mce, anu unauy to tno right side of
the head allectljig my eyes.
My own tklll, Mng a practicing physician for
over forty years, and counsel from several others
of good repute, failed to givo me any relief. I
applied to Dr. Machennan and received seven
treatments from him and In truth must say
that I wits relieved of all pain. I sleep well,
eat without pain and enjoy a peaceful anu pleas
ant state of mind.
A. S. Htrailiis, M. I).
Dr. A. lloyce, of Toledo, Wash., testifies:
"This Is to certify that I was quite deaf. I
called on Dr. MncLennnn and In three applica
tions he cured me. 1 recommend the doctor,
as I believe he Is doing much good."
Dr. A. V. IJuyce, of Toledo, VY. T., Prof. A.
Gonzales, of San Francisco, given up by his
physicians to die of Nipped vitality and par
Hlysls, was carried perfectly helpless to Mac
Lennan and cured, now says;
"In less than one month I was enabled to
resume my occupation as professor of music
and violinist at tho Tlvoll opera house, and
ever since, for over eight years, have continued
In good health without the slightest return of
my weakness or disease."
Dr. Henry Blade says: "My case was con
sidered Incurable by tho best physicians, but
Dr. MacLcnnan restored mo the use of my limbs
In less than twenty minutes, being paralyzed
for over four months."
Kcv, John Stlpp, Sole., I.lnn Co., Oregon,
writes: "lly the recommendation of my son-in-law,
J. C. I Miller, whom you treated suc
cessfully for rheumatism, and his wife also for
a diseased shoulder and nervousness, I submit
my case to you."
SAN JOSE REFEBENCE8.
' J. W. Thomas, 813 South First street, who was
a great suirerer, going about on crutches, threw
them away otter receiving his third treatment
lrom Dr. MacLennan.
Michael Mluahan, residing at 39 Julia street,
totally deaf In his left car, together with con
stant roaring and ringing in his head, was cured
the other ilay after a few treatments from Dr.
Dr. Maclcnnan treats, successfully, all broken
down constitutions, nervous and general debil
ity, weak spines, prolapsus and all kinds of
male and female, weaknesses, of a private
nature or otherwise, brought on cither by abuse
or excess, diseased liver, kidneys, stomach,
heart, lungs, throat, head, eyes and ears, Inter
nal ulcers, loss of voice, weakness of the limbs,
weak back, weak eyes, dyspepsia, rheumatism,
asthma, bronchitis, catarrh, deafness, diabetes,
epilepsy, consumption, paralysis, matured
tumors, cancers and many other chronic and
painful diseases too numerous to be mentioned.
Consultation free. Dr. Macl-eimn, Monlhon
building, corner Washington and Cortez streets.
GEO. W. COBLE.
PERMS & COBLE,
General Real Estate
IMPROVED CITY, SUBURBAN
AttD FARM PROPERTIES.
Improved 5, 10, 20 and 40-Aere Traets,
With or Without Water.
Special Inducements Offered to Purchasers of
v Whole or
Improved and Unimproved Businoss and Residence Properties in
All Parts of the City.
Special attention given to Colonists, and desirable lands will be offered'
J0k Negotiate and GuaranteeLoans on Real Estnte. Rents Collected.
Taxes Paid and special care given to all property placed in our hands.
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G. B. PERKINS.
GREEN U AW ADDITION.
GRAND AVENUE ADDITION,
Wm. II. Taylob, President.
S. E. Cor. Howard and Bealo, San Francisco.
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
MINING AND HILLING
Boilers, Sheet-iron Water Pipe
For Mining and Irrigation Purposes.
Saw Mill Maclimery.
Agents for the Pacific Coast of
Bryan's Roller ' Quartz Mill,
Cheapest and Most Pcifcct Roller Mill Made
Exclusive Agents for the Pacific Coast of
Steel Pulley and Fox's
Full Descriptive Circulars of any
Kupferle Bros. Manufacturing Co.
MISSOURI BRASS FOUNDRY,
STEAM AND GAS PIPE WORKS.
GOO, 602 and 604 Second St., cor. Washington Ave., and 119 Washington Ave.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Hteam nnd Gas 11 pe Fitter,
.MttiiL'nuie iron rulings, jouuers 01 n rougni iron n eiuea iuims lor (team, gas ana Mater.
Leather and Itubber Ueltlng, Packing and lloe. Bole agents for Cameron's fepeclal Steam
Pump, the mo-t etllclcnt, durable and economical tteam pump In use. Root's Patent Blow era.
PENNSYLVANIA STEEL CO.
10 to 70 pounds per yard.
Steel Eails and Cm-yes
AND STEEL SPLICE PLATES.
FORGINGS, BILLETS AND BARS,
BL005IS AND INGOTS. .
General Office. 20S South Fourth St..
Works. Steelton, Pennsylvania.
ZEOKENDORF & CO.,
Keep tlie Largest and Most
Dry Goods and Fancy
Clothing and Gents Burnishing Goods,
Groceries Hardware Furniture and Household Goods.
Groceries Hardware Furniture and Household Goods.
G roceries Hardware Furniture and Household Goods .
Orders by Mail Promptly Filled.
!Road and Hanch. Wagons.
BRUSH ELECTRIC LIGHT
THE BRUSH INCANDESCENT ELECTRIC APPARATUS
IS PRONOUNCED BY USERS TO BE
STJIPERICm TO A.ILL OTHERS,
THE BRUSH ARC .
WITH THEIR VARIOUS IMPROVEMENTS, CONTINUE TO
LEAD AS HERETOFORE.
SKND FOR A
THE BKUSH ELECTKIC COMPANY,
R. S. Moobe, Superintend'-nt
Heine Patent Safety Boilers, Macbeth
of the Above Sent on Application.
l'lumbcre, Hanlare Trade, etc Can auii
HOG SWITCH AND SIGNAL
STEEL RAIL FROGS.
Of the best and most approved patterns
STEEL CROSSING FROGS.
Of superior excellence and durability.
LORENZ SAFETY SWITCHES.
Of several approved patterns.
IMPROVED SPLIT SWITCHES.
SWITCH STANDS AND FIXTURES.
For automatically ringing alarm bells
at highway crossings, requiring no
electrician. Saves the expense- of
watchmen. Sold on trial.
Complete Stock of Goods
DYNAMOS AM) LAMPS
CATALOOUK TO '