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Okoanist, Republican dubs.
Effective organization ia the secret
of success in political campaigns.
How quick soino people are to put on a
shoe when they think it fits thein.
I'iuknix should havo sampling works
immediately. Erect these and a smelter
will 80on follow.
Yesterday was a busy day in tho
Senate. Tho full proceedings are to bo
found in today's Rki-uiilican.
Tin: Republicans of Arizona must or
yntize if they hope to win this fall,
Form clubs and pull together and suc
cess is sure, ,
The recent tad experience of the peo
ple of Arizona with Democratic officials
lias settled that party in the Territory
or many years to come.
Now that the Asylum is in tho hands
of a Republican Board of Directors we
may expect some improvements made
for tho lwncflt of the inmates of that
Young men are coming to tho front in
politics thete days. The time is going
by when a man must be passed fifty
before ho can secure any important
New York papers are now trying to
throw cold water on the World's Fair,
but then every one understands tho New
York papers in this matter. It is a case
of "sour grapes."
Tirades against tho exclusion of tho
Chinese by Eastern men who know
nothing of the wily celestial, are on a
par -with tho Lake Mohunk gibbcnui
nbqut tho "truly good" Indian.
Eyuaud, the French murderer, des
cribes tho killing of GotilTo and the dis
position of tho body with all the nicety
of detail of a society reporter describing
a wedding trousseau.
The Republican would suggest a
meeting either at Phwnix or Tucson
alxHit Juno 25 to form a World's Fair
organization. Do you agree, brethem
of the press? If so, set tho ball rolling,
Congressman Herman was re-elected
from Oregon Monday by a splendid
majority, Tho days when tho left wing
of Fnco's army controlled tho political
destinies of tho web-foot Stato havo
The report of tho Coroner's jury in
the Oakland accident severely censures
Engineer Dunn and from tho manner in
which ho has kept out of tho way it
looks ns though- he considered himself
criminally guilty of the accident.
Nooai.es Democrats organized a per
manent Democratic" club a fow nights
ago. If the Republicans of Arizona
want to do good and effective work the
coining campaign, they must begin im
mediately tho organization of perma
nent Kcpublican clubs.
Numerous inquiries from tho East aro
. beginning to pour in by every day's
mail for copies of The Uepuducan. This
shows tho valuo to the Territory of such
a paper as The Kepuhmcan. It is the
best immigration agent that Arizona
The report of tho House sub-Committee
on Elections on tho Miller-Elliott
contest in tho Seventh South Carolina
District furnishes some very interesting
reading. It shows pretty clearly the ne
farious methods resorted to by tho De
mocracy to carry elections in tho
South. In fact it is a question if they
would not resort to tho same methods
everywhere were there but, the same
opportunity for frauds that they havo
in the South.
Speaking of the killing of Robert
lllardle that able journal, the Los An-
ecles Tunes, hits tho nail on tho head in
Itiri tnlliulnr "An Apitnnn finnfiimtui.
-TrlJ V1I111H3 limb II1U Killing Ul ilLl.
Hardle may perhaps prove tho turning
jwint to this class of murders. The
renegades will probably be hunted to
their holes. It is to bo hoped that such
may bo tho case. Tho bouthorn frontier
of Arizona is rendered continually dan
gerous by theso red fiends, and the
development of tho Territory much retarded."
H10TECT BRAINS, TOO.
Tho great mistake mado by tho pres
ent Congress as to refuse to pass the
International copyright bill. The Re
publican regrets that several of tho
leading protectionists placed themselves
on record against the measure. They
allowed Payson to gull them and to
w heedle them into a falso position, an
tagonistic to the time-honored princi
ples of protection and against all tho
tenets of Republicanism. Tho Republi
can party has over stood for the protec
tion of brain as 'well as brawn. Tho
most liberal patent laws of the world aro
those which the Republican party has
given tho United States. They aro tho
admiration of the world and aro every
where recognized as perfection in tho
way of assisting, protecting and stimu
lating inventho genius. Tho result is
apparent in our shops, mills and
foundries. Indeed, everywhere is mani
fest the impetus protection has given to
Never before havo tho protectionists
drawn the lino between the material and
mental. It'is not creditable to tho party
that some of tho highest exponents of
tho system should fall down when it
comes to protecting brains and to de
mand freo trade in books. t
Tun Republican is given to under
stand tltit tho friends of the bill havo
some hopo to bring about a reconsidera
tion of tho vote by which tho bill was lost.
Wo sincerely hopo that this may bo true
and that all protectionists may thus bo
given an opportunity to placo them
selves right on tho record.
It is not only tho brain workers who
are affected by this bill, hut it strikes in a
peculiarly aggressive manner at that
largo and influential class of men, the
printers. This fact should not be over
looked in the discussion of this question,
though tho fairncs and justice em
bodied in this measure should alone
commend it to favorablo consideration
. DESTITUTE OP JUSTICE.
In The Republican of Sunday ap
peared tho translation of a letter for
warded to Governor Wollley by the
editor of Jil Fronterizo containing seri
ous charges agalust the holdover man'
agement of tho Yuma penitentiary. In
publishing the letter E,l Fronterizo made
the following comments thereon which
aro herew ith given together with tho
En la pagina scgunda do esto perio
dico puhlicamos tin informo que viene a
corroborar lo que ya hemos uicho antes
respecto al mal tratamiento quo se ha
estudo dando a los presos Mcxicanos en
la peniteiiciaria do Yuma, En dicho
informc sc nos denuncia ahora un hecho
demasiado riguroso, por no darlo otro
nombre. ejecutado contra uno de dichos
presos llamado Mann 1 Yarela. Sobre
el contenido del referido informo tuvi
mos el Martes ultimo una cntrcvista en
I'htt'nix con el Sr, Superintendentc de
aquella prision y quien a la sazon so en
contraba en la capital del Territorio, y
francamentc bus explicaciopes no nos
dejaron nada eontorinos. las considera
mos del todo desnudas de razon y justi
cia. Al sigttientc dia nos acercamos al
Sr. Gobernador Wolfley y nos ofrecio
atender el asunto. Ios abusos, pues,
denunciados, cometidos contra los reos
Mexicanos en Yuma, hi son ciertos, se
ran corregidos, no lo dudamos, asi como
Manuel Varela sera sacadp tlel suplicio y
puesto en libertad. Al Sr. Wolfley lo
consideramos un gobernante justiciero,
caballeroso y de buenos sentimientos
humanitarios y sabra- hacer justicia en
In the second pams of this paper wo
publish a report that goes to corroborate
wnat wo nave previously saiu in regard
to the ill treatment that has been given
tho Mexican prisoners in the Yuma
penitentiary, In said report a deed is
now denounced to us that is exceedingly
rigorous, to say the least, executed
against ono of tho said prisoners named
Manuel Varela. Concerning tho con
tents of tho said rcjort, wo had, on last
Saturday, an interview in Phcenix with
the Superintendent of that prison, who
was at tho time visiting tho capital of
me icrntory, ami, to bo canuia, his ex
planations did not leave us at all satis
fied wo consider them wholly destitute
of reason and justice, On tho following
day no seeked Governor Wolfley and ho
kindly offered to attend to the matter.
The abuses, therefore, denounced, com
mitted against tho Mexican convicts in
Yuma, if true, will no doubt bo rem
edied, as well as Manuel Varela given
his liberty. As to Mr. Wolfley, we con
sider him a just, righteous governor and
a gentleman of good humanitarian sen
timents, and ho will know how to mete
out justice in this case.
The Tucson smelter has passed into
new hands and the Star says -that an
output of bullion will bo the result. Fol
lowing in tho same line tho Star advo
cates tho erection of concentration
works. That is just what is needed in
Pha-nix and unless the residents of tho
city bestir themselves every consider
able town in the Territory will soon be
ahead of them.
The Kcpublican I With You.
Tho World's Fair ought to bo mado
tho means of advertising tho resources
of Arizona. This can only bo done by
tho press uniting in devising ways and
means, for making an attractive display
of mineral, agricultural, horticultural
and other products. Brethren of tho
press, let us co-operate.
The Arizona Vreaa Association.
We rise to ask Hrother Chatham if ha knows
anything about the Arizona Press Association.
Why, certainly, Brother Furrston. At
tho lat meeting an adjournment was
had until such time as the committee
on constitution and by-laws were ready
to report. That will probably not be
for some time yet, as the chairman, A.
Leonard Meyer, is now otherwise en
gagedis serving out a five years' sen
tence in tno penitentiary lor robbing tne
Something to be V rouil of.
Kedlands (Cal.) Citrograph.
The Phoenix Republican has arrived
and is even bettor than was expected.
Tho dress is fine and the presswork is
beyond criticism. Plucnix has a paper
of which she can be proud and we hope
they will liberally support it. Tho edi
torial matter shows up with a spirit of
firmness that will win many friends all
over tho Territory. Horo's success to
you, good friends, may you live long and
MINES AND MINING.
Says tho Yuma Sentinel: "Jack Dal
tori a well known miner, is profitably
engaged Vorking a placer claim in
The Prospector remarks exultingly:
"The Copper Queen company have paid
something over $900 into the school
fund, in the shape of poll tax for the
employees of that company. Tom Alli
son is out after those who are subject to
Tho Epitaph says that it is reported
that a big strike has been made m the
Providcncia inino. in Sonora. Tho mine
formerly le!onged to James Price and
was abandoned. Afterwards it was re
located, and after running a drift about
100 feet a body of ore was struck that is
now eight feet wide and assays about
150 ounces besides a heavy per cent of
The Tombstone Epitaph says that C.
S. Uatlerman is sampling tho Tranquil
ity mine and it is rumored that work is
to commence very soon. Whether a
sale has been made or ia in contempla
tion is not known, but the fact that the
mine is being thoroughly sam
pled by a competent man is
significant. In tho same connection
the Prospector remarks: "C. S. Bat
terman is surveying tho underground
ivorkingsof the Head Center-Tranquility
Just what is the upshot of the work is
not known, but rumor says that import
ant developments aro to coino from his
Tho strike in tho Sea Surge continues
good. Speaking of the prospect, the
Epitaph says: "Tho strike in the Sea
Surge continues as good as when first
made, and the new owners undoubtedly
havo a lino property. Some very rich
ore was taken from this mine in early
days and then the usual law suit was
tacked on to it, and the original owner
was beaten. After that tho mine did
not pan out very well and a short time
ago the original" owner organized a com
pany and bought the mine for a song. A
drift was run about 100 feet cast and a
two-foot ledge of from 150 to 200-ounco
ore was struck. Tho ore carries a high
per cent of land and shows no signs of
The Tombstone Epitaph's Clarksburg
correspondent has tho following:
About forty men aro working their
properties and chloridingaround ClarkB
burg, and tho majority of them aro do
During the past week the lessees of
tho Randolph mado a shipment of
twenty tons of good ore.
Mr. Ingram is making money out of
the incrcasings of the Mamie dump.
Chas. Mcllenry and Mr. Lebrosse,
who havo a lease on the Mamie mine,
Jiave a good prospect,
Dick Trczona lias a small streak of
good oro in his mine, tho Inclosuro, and
is doing well.
The Sea Surge, which has lately
changed hands, lias opened up a large
body of high grade ore wliich goes
about 200 ounces to the ton.
Tho parties who aro chloriding on the
Three Brothers are making more than
During tho week tho State of Maine
shipped about fifteen tons of good ore.
Dublin, Juno 3. Catholic Bishop
0wyer of Limerick has issued a pas
toral letter withdrawing from the priests
in his diocese tho power to grant ab
solution to persons guilty of boycotting
or advocating and practicing the plan of
campaign. The action of the bishop
has created much surprise and indigna
tion. NOSE AND THK0AT.
Incubators of Catarrhal Bac
teria. A Disease Resulting' in Weak Eyes,
Deafness, Offensive Breath, Con
sumption anil Death.
Effect of Climate, Hyintnms, Prevention
Treatment and Cure by Dr. Mac-
Among the list of chronic diseases which
adllct the human frame, catarrh is the roost
prevalent, most offensive and most productive
of discomfort, and of a great variety of distress
ing and dangerous complications.
Tho symptoms of this disease vary according
to climate, each climate producing its own form
of catarrh. A dry, warm climate, like that of
this Territory produces a dry catarrh; while the
thick, muco purllcnt discharge characterizes the
catarrh of cold climates.
The former, which borders on ozxna, Is the
prevailing catarrh of the Territory. Tersons
may be afflicted with it for a long time before
aware of its presence.
Tho symptoms aro 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 toa healthy
person it is disgusting. This form of catarrh is
the most common cause of deafness.
Frequently nature comes to the rescue and
aids tho sufferer, by opening the pores of 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 wll remove tho irritation and
prevent catarrh; but if the blood Is impure it
will only make matters worse and usher in the
stage of hawking. Tho disease then becomes
copious and otlenslve, 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 tho lungs, thus causing Con
sumption and ileathj In this connection it
should alio 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. One would suppose that this con
sideration nlone would be sufficient to induce
every person afflicted to make early application
TREATMENT AND CURE.
, Hy the system of 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 mode to reach the diseased
parts in the most direct and positive manner,
Instantaneously penetrating every cell and
cavity of the head, communicating with the
notftrlls and subjecting every portion of tho
membrane to the healing action of the remedy
applied with the most beneficial results, and
causing the least pain or unpleasant sensa
tion. Bo effective is bis plan of medication that a'
single application is generally productive of
decided relief. Th 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 lnflamation subsides, ulcerations
heal, the constitution is built up, the patient
rapidly gains flesh, and the wholo system is re
vitalized, and thus Anally a radical cure is
Dr. MacLcnnan can be consulted daily free of
charge at the Monlhon building.
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