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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FHCENIX, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 3, 1800.
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN.
THE REMIILICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
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The ltvimbllcan believes in strictly one
price lor uihcrtlslng, and accordingly It pub
lishes its rate In lull, and exactly ax they are.
Special position ads 25 per cent, extra.
Preferred Local 10 cents per lino first
Insertion, and 5 cents per line each subsequent
All Contract and bills for adverllMnj; paya
The political linfca nre rapidly being
Suiiscr.im: for this paper, if you have
not nl ready done so.
Tub so-called "Governor's oran" is
doing right well, thank you.
Sh ux tho "Cochise Colony" rule Mari
copa county? That's the question.
8kmi the bad Indians East, and gio
the truo Indian-loers a chance to lefortn
Zulick is the candidate of the Cochise
colony in Maricopa county for the legislature.
Emiuiiuis by the Santa Fo nbout the
resources of tho Salt lliver Valley look
It is tho duty of every good citizen to
make tho fall meeting of the fair tho
greatest possible success.
The liveliest interest is being taken in
mining properties throughout the Ter
ritory, This is a hopeful sign.
The circulation of Thk Rhrtniuox is
constantly growing all over the Ter
ritory, but it has make especially rapid
gains in Tucson.
The Republican party is pledged to
the protection of brains as well as of
. muscles and should pass tho Interna
tional Copyright bill.
The whole Territory wants the
products of the Salt River Yalley, and a
determined effort should bo made to
secure a rate ftom the Southern Pacific
company that would enable us to supply
The REruni.icwj is the only paper
this side of San Francisco that publishes
the result of the ball games in full. Not
a paper in Los Angeles gives the score
b innings, base hits, errors, and the
balance of the full report.
Mn. Thomas L. Siiultz of The Re
runucAN, leaves for Frescott today in
tho interest of this paper. Mr. Shultz
8, commended to the peoplo of Yavapai
county, as a man worthy of thojr confi
dence, and any favors shown him will
The Republican is glad to see its con
temporaries joining with it in advocat
ing the organization of World's Fair
clubs in overy county in tho Tcnitory.
This is a work in which all can join and
we cannot begin too soon if we wish to
have, a creditable exhibit tor Arizona.
The Republican is glad to note the
prompt confirmation by the Senato of
Levi A. Hughes, as Colleotor of Internal
Revenue for Now Mexico. Mr. Hughes
is ono of tho active young Republicans
of our sister Territory and his appoint
ment was in accord with tho wIbIics of
the best party workers.
Since General Vandcver announced
his willingness to bo a candidate for
a renomination from tho neighboring
. Sixth Congressional District of Cali
fornia, tho opposition to him is becotn
.ingvery pronounced. Scarcely a Re
publican paper in tho district is for him,
and tho Times, mugwump, assails him
with great bitterness.
It looks as though tho people of the
Salt River Valley would have to make a
strong fight to get tho North and South
railroad bill through tho Senate. It has
always been tho policy of the Southern
Pacific to oppose any opposition in its
territory and tho action of its proteges,
Stewart and Hearst, in the Senate,
shows that it will leave no stone un
turned to defeat the measure.
Evkhywiikhe througliout this broad
land where a Union soldier lay buried,
there were wreaths of evergreen and
boquets of flowers reverentially depos
ited by loving hands on Friday. No
whero was Memorial Day observed with
more impressiveness than in Tucson.
Tho parade was a largo and creditable
one and the services, which wero held
in tho opera houso, would have done
credit to any city in the land, The
floral tributes were beautiful and the
entire population observed Jlio day as
one of rest. Tucson fully attested its
reverence and affection for tho gallant
THK INDIAN PROBLEM.
Tho governmont has expended mil
lions of dollars and years of labor on tho
Indians of the country and the problem
is yet unsolved. Excepting the Chcro
kees, Choctaw s and other tribes in tho
Indian Territory the government's plan
at civilization has been an 'absolute
failure. The school system has been
given a fair trial and its results havo
been disappointng. Een its friends
admit that under tho present method of
tribal government tho school system
cannot lo made a success.
What then is to bo done? If tho
schools are to be continued the children
must bo kept away fiom tho reservations
and tho dirt, filth and barbariotts con
ditions surrounding the same. This is
not possible under present conditions,
attendance at school being voluntary
and tho child being restored to his par
ents before his education has scarcely
been begun. To bring the Indian into
the condition of civilized beings tho in
nuence must Iks continuous, not only on
one generation, but on three or four.
Such a system would give both the
Indians and civilization a show.
Tho good people who gather annually
during the summer season about Lake
Mohunk, near Poughkeepsie, New York,
are undoubtedly earnest, zealous and
sincere. Lake Mohunk is a delightful
place. It is on top of a high peak and the
climate is delightfully cool and brac
ing. As u retreat it is a cplendid place.
As a summer rcsott it is unexcelled. As
a placo for tho settlement of tho Indian
question it is probably the worst in the
country. It is too near tho Indian land
pictured by Fennimorc Cooper and too
remote from tho real flesh and blood In
dian. The Indian convention should be
held in the Apacho country and not at
kike Mohunk. It should bo addressed
by men who know the sneaking, cow
ardly, murderous brutes. It should be
conducted over the country that has
let'n for years devastated and rav
ished by the cut-throats. The bleach
ing bones of their victims, tho
homes they have destroyed and the
country they havo laid wafeto should be
shown these people. They should be
taken to San Carlos and the troops be
withdrawn for a week. Then these
well-meaning but self-deceived peoplo
would know something of the Indian as
he is in reality, and not as ho appears
in the Leather Stocking series and other
The West is not bent in tho exter
mination ot the Indian. There have
Wen times w hen tho cruel murders and
the terrible mutilation of white set
tlers bv tho Indians has caused.
tho whites to arise in their
wrath and to destroy their con
scienceless and inveterate foes,
and when they havo felt that it would
be well to kill every Indian in tho
A better feeling prevails now, and the
people of Arizona simply ask that some
plan of civilization be introduced and
continued among these w ards of the
Every effort w ill fail so long as the
tribunal relation is maintained. To give
them land in severalty will not help,
unless education and labor aro made
compulsory and they are ruled with an
iron hand for the next hundred years.
Tho most sensible plan yet
proposed is to break up the
tribes and carry individual mem
bers or families East and locate on lands
to be purchased for them in thickly
settled sections, placing them perma
nently under the care of Christian
churches in spots selected for them.
This would bring them in direct contact
with our best civilization and assure
their retention thereunder,
Tho cost of this plan would be no
obstacle. The government appropria
ation as now made, the cost of maintain
ing schools and missionary labors,
would be ample for all needs. The lands
now held by them might bo thrown on
the market and from its sale a splendid
sustentation fund bo created. Then
what a saving there would be in abol
ishing the Indian bureau and in dis
pensing with all its costly chiefs and
attaches. The army could be with
drawn and its costly campaigns saved.
It would bo hard on post traders, con
tractors and subaltern officers anxious
for death or promotion, but it would be
a gain to the country and a forward
movement for civilization.
By all means move the Indians, es
pecially the Apaches, East.
Mr. 11, R, Patrick, secretary of the
Fruit Growers association of this county,
received a letter yesterday from A. A.
Robinson, Second Vice-President and
General Manager of the Santa Fe lines,
asking for information about the Salt
River Valley. Mr. Robinson wants to
know w hat is raised here, how much
surplus there is for shipment, and the
goods required to be shipped in. Mr.
Patrick w ill do all he can to furnish tho
desired information and will be glad to
learn of anything that will assist him
in the work.
This inquiry shows that the Santa Fe
has its eyes turned in this way and it
needs but to be assured of good patronage
when it will run a line into the Valley.
It strikes The Repoiiucak that
it would bo a good idea for the Cham
ber of Commerce to take hold of this
question. Gather up all the statistics
of tho valley possible, and besides send
ing them on, invito tho Santa Fe to
send a representative here that he may
makp a personal inspection of our re
sources. Tho salvation of tho Salt River Valley
depends upon our getting a north and
south railroad and it can only be gotten
by hard w ork.
THE STAR AND ITS PARALLEL.
Tho Tucson Star has taken up the
long-since exploded charges of plagiarism
against Senator Ingalls. With the idea,
it also steals the alleged "deadly paral
lel." In the same issue the Star denies that
any ono writes its editorials except
Now tho "deadly parallel" that would
bo of interest is that of the Star's edito
rials and ufactimile of its manuscript.
We fear that would be deadly to the
Star, rwhich may be a well-ineanincr
Sapor, but is apparently under the
omination of a baa man.
Tho new stage lino from Tombstone to
Torquois began running yesterday.
The Nogales Heraltt wants a subscrip
tion taken up to fenco in the cemetery.
Railroad laboreraare reported scarce
at Nogales, there 'being difficulty in se
curing enough men for the section gangs.
Says tho Epitaph: "Last week a
hand of Indians raided the premises of
William Plaster and took away every
thing they could carry. Several other
ranchers report similar proceedings
since that time and tho end is not yet."
Says tho Nogales Hera Id: "A goodly
number of Nogales Demoeiats met at
James Darling's Thursday night and or
ganized a club, w ith E. L. Pearson as
president and P. J. Zeimct as secre
tary. Tho will meet twice a month and
their battlo cry is to be, 'to Hades with
green watermelon. Democracy, the
straight article is good enough for us.' "
Tho Frotpeclor contains tho following
about the murderers of Robert 'Hardio :
"The- direction taken by the renegades
who murdered Hardio, lias been found
to be a southerly one. Tho day after
the killing, Colonel Gray and some of
the neighbors went up and took the trail
of the murderers. They found four
moccasin tracks which wero plainly
visible, it was evident from the trail
that they had come from the north and
wero on their way to Sonora. Troops
are stationed all ulong the line, and
there will be a vigorous campaign in
augurated against them. A detachment
of troops are camped near 15islee."
The following regarding the cattle
shipments from Apache county is taken
from tho St. John's Herald: "If re
ports from all parts of tho county can
bo relied on, thero will ho more cattle
shipped out of Apache this year, than
there has been in the past four years, all
told. The Atec Cattle Company,
Henry Huning, tho Twentv-four, the
Wabash, tho G-bar, tho Defiance Cat
tle Company and A. II. Pratt intend
shipping all their beef cattle this sum
mer and fall. The number that will be
shipped from this county will not fall
short of 25,000. This will bo a great re
lief to the ranges, and will bring con
siderable money into the county, which
will make things a little more lively
than they have been for the past two
Shows the Vigor of Old Journals.
San Francisco Music and Drama.
Among the bright exchanges received
by Music and Drama there are none
more appreciated than The Arizona Re
publican, published at Phoenix. In fact,
it is very young, being but a few days
old, but it shows the vigor of older and
successful daily journals. Ed. S. Gill,
well-known in local and Los Angeles
newspaper circles, both as a writer and
managing editor, is one of the editors
and publishers bf The Republican.
Hut it Will Keep It Up.
St. Jonh's Herald.
Wo have received tho first number
of The Arizona Republican, published at
Phconix. It is a daily and is to make its
appearance 365 times in a year. It is
full of news and presents a neat typo
graphical appearance. We hope it may
provo a financial success, but are of the
opinion that it has commenced on too
grand a scale to keep its lick up very
NOSE AND THROAT.
Incubators of Catarrhal Bacteria.
A Disease Resulting' in Weak Eyes,
Deafness, Offensive Breath, Con
sumption and Death.
Effect of Climate, Symtomi, Pretention
Treatment and Cure by Dr. Mac-
Among the lint of chronic disease which
afflict the human frame, catarrh la tho 'moat
prevalent, most ofiennlve and most productive
of discomfort, and of a great variety of distress
ing and dangerous complications.
The symptoms of this disease vary according
to climate, each climate producing its own form
of catarrh. A dry, warm climate, like tha( of
this Territory produces a dry catarrh; while the
thick, muco purilcnt dlschargecharacteriiesthe
catarrh of cold climates.
The former, which borders on OJrcna, is the
prevailing catarrh of the Territory. Persons
may be afflicted with it for a longtime before
aware of its presence.
The symptoms are a dryness of the nasal pas
sages and an irritating tickling sensation in the
throat; the breath becomes offensive and dull
ness, with slight frontal headaches, is ex
perienced. The person suffering from catarrh
does not usually notice any particular offensive
ness in his or her own breath, while to a healthy
person it is disgusting. This form of catarrh is
the most common cause of deafness.
Frequently nature comes to the rescue and
aids the sufferer, by opening tho pores ot the
mucous membrane of .the nose and throat and
irrigating the dry and parched surfaces with a
secretion derived from the blood.
Now if the blood of the person Is pure,
nature's effort v. ill remove the irritation and
prevent catarrh; but if the blood is impure it
will only make matters worse and usher in the
stage of hawking. The disease then becomes
copious and offensive, and if allowed to go un
checked by treatment, will extend by continu
ity of surface along the natural air passages to
the substance of the lungs, thus causing con
sumption and death. In this connection it
should also be remembered that the air which
enters the lungs of a catarrhal patient is, every
breath of it, poisoned by exhalations from the
foul secretions of the diseased surface. By such
air the blood cannot properly be purified and
made fit to impart healthy vigor in its unend
ing circuit to all and every part of the animal
mechanism. Ono would suppose that this con
sideration alone would be sufficient to Induce
every person afflicted to make early application
TR1CATMENT AND CUBK.
Dy the system ot treatment which Dr. Mac
Lennan has adopted and pursued for years with
uniform success, a complete and permanent
cure of this repulsive disorder can be effected.
This he has demonstrated in thousands of cases,
representing the disease in every form, and all
its-various stages of development.
His applications are made to reach the diseased
parts In the most direct and positive manner,
instantaneously penetrating every cell and
cavity of the head, communicating with the
nostrils and subjecting every portion of the
membrane to the healtng action of the remedy
applied with the most beneficial results, and
causing the least pain or unpleasant sensa
tion. Bo effective is his plan of medication that a
single application Is generally productive of
dectded relief. The affected cavities are
thoronghly cleansed from the encrusted mor
bific matter, the offensive smell is removed, and
relief from other troublesome systems is almost
The discharge soon diminishes, Irritation is
allayed, the lnflamatlon subsides, ulcerations
heal, the constitution is built up, the patient
rapidly gains flesh, and the wholo system is re
vitalized, and thus finally a radical cure is
Dr. MacLennan can be consulted daily free of
Charge at the Monihon building.
BRUSH ELECTRIC LIGHT
?THE BRUSH! INCANDESCENT ELECTRIC APPARATUS
IS PRONOUNCED BY USERS TO BE
SUPEEIOE TO A.2L3L OTHEES,
THE BRUSH ARC DYNAMOS AND LAMPS
WITH THEIR VARIOUS IMPROVEMENTS, CONTINUE TO
LEAD AS HERETOFORE.
8KND iron -A. CATALOGUK TO
THE BKUSH ELECTRIC COMPANY,
ZECKENDORF & CO.,
Keep the Largest and Most Complete Stock of Goods
-IN THE TERRITORY-
Dry Goods and Fancy Goods,
Clothing and Gents Furnishing Goods,
Groceries Hardware Furniture and Household Goods.
Groceries Hardware Furniture and Household Goods.
Groceries Hardware Furniture and Household Goods.
Orders by Mail Promptly Filled.
Road and Ranch. "Wasons.
PENNSYLVANIA STEEL CO.
16 to 76 pounds per yard.
Steel Kails and Curves
AND STEEL SPLICE PLATES.
FORGING8, BIIXKTS AND BARS,
BLOOMS AND INGOTS.
General Office. 208 South Fourth St.
Wort. Steelton, Pennsylvania.
FROG SWCII AND SIGNAL
STEEL RAIL FROGS.
Of the bcit and most approved patterns
STEEL CROSSING FROGS.
Of superior excellence and durability.
ILORENZ SAFETY SWITCHES. '
Of several approved patterns.
WI'JIOVED 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.
Kupferle Bros. Manufacturing Co.
MISSOURI BRASS FOUNDRY,
STEAM AND GAS PIPE WORKS.
600, 602 and 604 Second St.,cor. Washington Ave., and 119 Washington Ave.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
MANUFACTURERS OF F.VERY VARIETY OF BRASS WORK FOR ENGINE BUILDFRS,
Steam and Qas Pipe Fitters, Plumbers. Hardware Trade, etc. Cait and
Malleable iron rulings, joonen oi rougnt iron weiucu ruDas ior meara, gas ana water.
Leather and Rubber Belting. Packlne. and Hose. Sole aecnts for Cameron's Special Steam
Pump, the most efficient, durable and economical Btefttn pump in use. Root's Patent Blowers.
Wm. II. Taylor, President.
R. S. Moohf, Superintendent
AND HOMIM IMS
S. E. Oor. Howard and Beale, San Francisco.
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
MINING AND MILLING MACHINERY, ENGINES,
Boilers, Sheet-iron Water Pipe
For Mining and Irrigation Purposes.
a,w Mill Machinery.
Agents for the Pacific Coast of
Bryan's Roller Quartz Mill,
Cheapest and Most Perfect Roller Mill Made '
Exclusive Agents for the Pacific Coast of Heine Patent Safety Roilers, Macbeth
Steel Pulley and Fox's Corrugated Furnaces.
Full Descriptive Circulars of any of tho Above Sent on Application.
GEO. W. COBLE.
G. B. PERKINS.
PEEKIIS & COBLE,
General Eeal. Estate
AND LOAN AGENTS.
IUKDRK XIIK OPERA HOUSR.)
IMPROVED CITY, SUBURBAU
AMD FARM PROPERTIES.
Improved 5, 10, 20 and 40-Aere Tracts,
With or Without Water.
CHOICE ALFALFA, YINEYAED AND
Special Inducements Offered to Purchasers of
Whole or Half Sections.
Improved and Unimproved Business and Residence Properties in
All Parts of the City.
UNIVERSITY ADDITION. fc
GRAND AVENUE ADDITION,
Special attention (,'iven to Colonists, and desirable lands will be offered
tJF Negotiate and Guarantee Loans on Real Estate. Rents Collected.
Taxes Paid and Fpecial care gh en to all property placed in our hands.
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