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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX. MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 16. 1890.
TIIE ARIZONA REPUBUCAN.
TIIK REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
Published Every Day in tho Year.
THE ONLY REPIBLICW PAPER l PHCMX.
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lishes its rates In full, and exactly they are.
Hperlal position ads 2" per cent, extra.
I'referred Local 10 cents per lino first
insertion, and 5 cents per line each subsequent
All Contract and bills for advertising paya
KKl'UHMCANS ATTENTION I
The following letter has been sent
throughout the Territory by the Re
publican Central Conunitteo :
IMiiE.MX, Ariz., Juno 9, 1890.
Pear Sin: Tho Republican Territorial Cen
tral Committee will convene In I'luenlx. Satur
day, June 21, 1800, at 3o'clock p.m., for the
transaction of such business as may come lie
fore it; your presence Is earnestly requested
W. CimtsTY, Chairman.
N. A. Moiitokd, Secretary.
Phiksix is steadily building up and
most substantially, too.
Imi-kovk the streets of Phtrnix beforo
the rainy season comes again.
The man who is not truo to his party
is not to Ikj trusted in his party's
The Territorial Fair may .'eoni to you
a long way in tho future, but now is
none too soon to begin preparations on
Thk very large sale of extra copies of
The Repuiilican yesterday was most
gratifying anil shows that it is bein,r
appreciated by the public.
Agents of The IIkpuiilican are te
quested to return to this otTice immj
diately any copies of yesterday's IIkpuii
lican they may have on hand.
Mixing interests are picking up in all
parts of tho Territory, but in no scc'.ion
are they receiving a greater impetus
than in tho country tributary to Plirenix.
A mimiieu of extra copies of The Sun
day Repuiilican were issued yesterday,
yet the supply was exhausted beiore 0
o'clock. This shows the increasing pop
ularity of The Repum.ican.
College commencements are now tho
order of the day and many a young man
fresh from school will soon learn that
tho close of his college days was indeed
but a commencement in life.
A few fine raisins were neatly packed
last year and sold to local consumers.
The Repuiilican hopes to see a move
ment started this season to place Arizona
raisins in tho metropolitan markets.
Should Bismarck desire to accept an
election to the Reichstag ho would soon
have a following in that body that would
make him an object of much considera
tion on the part of the Uennau Govern
ment. Oun neighbor, tho Star, errs in giving
Hon. Thomas Fitch's residence as San
Diego. Mr. Fitch removed to Nevada
over a year ago, and it is said his am
bition is to represent the Silver State in
Moke land has been secured from the
Sac and Fox Indians in Indian Terri
tory, which will bo added to Oklahoma
and thrown open to settlement next
spring. Although no entries can be
made till that time, many boomers are
already camped on the borders of the
strip ready for the grand rush.
The Repuiilican notes in the col
umns of its Spanish exchanges mention
of cxtensivo preparations already under
way for the jirojicr observance of the
Mexican National Day, September 10.
Tho Mexicans are sometimes termed
slow, but how docs their action com
pare with tho torpidity of the American
citizens of Phienix upon the suggestion
of properly observing July 4? Who arc
tho more patriotic?
Gazette: It is coming to the point where
Kcpuollcans wilt deem It wise to endorse Demo
cratlc tandldates for positions to which large
(unils are entrusted, and devote their energies
to the election of Republicans to ofllees "with
out a trust."
Yes, indeed! With the example- be
foro them of a defaulting Democratic
State Treasurer in Maryland, a default
ing Democratic State Treasurer in Ala
bama, a defaulting Democratic State
Treasurer in Louisiana, a defaulting
Democratic State Treasurer in Mississip
pi and defaulting Democratic State
Treasurers in half a dozen other States,
not to mention the almost countless
numlicr of defaulting Democratic Coun
ty Treasurers, tho people will go right
on putting Democrats in ofllees of trust
when they want to Iks robbed,
WHAT DOES IT MEANJ
On June 11 a call was issued by tho
Republican Territorial Central Commit
tee, liearing date of June t), inviting all
members of tho committee to meet in
Fhconix, June 21. That call read 'as fol
Piia nix, Ariz., June 9, 1890.
Pkau Sir: Tho Republican Territorial Cen
tral Committee, of which you are a member,
will convene In I'luenlx, Saturday, June 21, IS1),
at S o'clock p. in,, for tho transaction of such
business as may come !cfore It. Your presence
Is earneMly requested.
W.M. CuitiHTY, Chairman.
N. A. MoBFonn, Secretary.
Saturday n gentleman brought to Tin:
Repuitlican a circular letter, which lie
had jut received, which read :
1'lliKNIX, Ariz., Juno 9, 1H90.
Pkau Sin: The Republican Territorial Cen
tral Committee will convene In I'luenlx, Satur
day, June 21, INK), at 3 o'clock p.m., for tho
transaction of such business as may come be
fore it. Your presence Is earnestly requested
Wm. Christy, Chairman.
N. A. Morford, Secretary.
It will be observed that the wording
of the (wo calls is only changed in a
slight degree. The words "of which
you arc a member" aro striken out of
tho second call and "for consultation"
added to it.
The Repuiilican has urged for some
time that tho meeting bo mado an
open ono and all earnest, active Repub
licans invited to attend. From tho
manner in which this second invitation
was being sent out The Repuiilican did
not believe the committee was doing
honest work in the matter, yet for the
sake of the party it placed this second
call at the head of its columns and an
nounced tho meeting as an open one in
viting all Republicans of tho Territory
Yesterday The Repuiilican received
a snort, sharp note from an active and
prominent Republican of Cochise coun
ty in which he says:
Christy has issued, beside the call, a private
circular Inviting Republicans to come to
Phii'iilx June21. Looks to me like packing tho
tow n, as no one In CochUe county has received
an invitation save . What does it mean?
Then in tho Gazette of Sunday apjicars
the following :
The Gazette Is in receipt of an invitation to
attend the Republican gathering next Saturday
but as we are not Insured, we have grave fears
of the consequences. We believe we w HI sell
the thing, as w care at a loss what clc to do
Why,TiiE Repuiilican would like to nsk
is tho Gazette a pnper which runs
at tho head of its columns
"The Gazette is tho only Democratic
paper published in Maricopa county,"
why is this paper or its editor sent a
private invitation to attend tho meeting
of a Republican committee?
It it is the intention to make this
mrcting an open one to Republicans,
wny was not an open call mado and
given to the different Republican papers
over tho Territory? The Republican
telieves it can speak for them all in say
ing that every one would gladly and
willingly have published such a call.
Why should only a select few bo sent
a private invitation to attend this meet
ing and not an oion invitation to all
Does it signify that the Chairman of
tho Territorial Committee proposes to
"fix" this meeting ho as to control the
party organization or else bolt tho
party? Is he so set on rule or ruin that
lie proposes to dictate or else fight
against the openly expressed wishes of
the party as he did in the late munici
pal campaign ?
Come, gentlemen, le open in this
matter. If the meeting of June 21 is to
be an open one, issue an open call even
at this late date and send it by first
mail to every Republican paper in the
Territory and every Territorial and
County Committeeman. Let this be an
open meeting for Republicans nnd Re
publicans only and then can there be
that interchange of opinion and views
that is desirable.
DIFFERENCE NOW AND THEN.
Tho Citizen says: "Its every issue
has been Republican, and its every issue
will 1)0 to tho furtherance of that faith."
Will the Citizen explain wherein Repub
licanism was to be advanced by its
"fake" dispatch rcflectingon two Repuii
It will be observed that the Citizen
does not charge anything in the columns
of The Repuiilican as even unfriendly,
but it takes up unsupported street
rumors as a basis on which to abuse a
largo number of Republican officiate.
It lins been officially published (in tho
Gazette) that Herbert Drown, Register of
the United States Land Office at Tucson,
is now solo manager of the Citizen. What
ever relationship tho previous owners of
tho Citizen had with the Republicans or
with the Republican party it goes with
out saying that its now manager, United
States Register Drown can havono claim
to any of tho credit. Prior to his becom
ing Register, which position ho owes, by
tho way, to the man ho is now most bit
ter against Governor Wollley he never
owned a dollar in the Citizen, lieing
simply employed on a salary and doing
tho work ho was directed to do.
Tho old saying, "Do an ungrateful
man a favor and you havo made an
enemy for life," seems to havo been
fully exemplified in Mr. Brown's case.
What tho course of the Citizen will bo as
tno organ of tho United States Register
remains to lie seen. Its former owners,
from Hon. Herbert Tennoy back were
good Republicans. Its new editor United
States Register Brown has yet to win
his spurs with his organ beforo ho too
loudly sounds tho charge. Blow a light
blast first and do not try to masquerade
under tho good works of thoso who havo
gone beforo you, or lay claim to credits
with which you individually had no
The Citizen owned and controlled by
Hon. Herbert Tonney is not the Citizen,
solo organ of United States Register
Brown. Under its old management it
did not resort to forged dispatches and
wholesale abuse of leading Republican
officials, but was a staunch and loyal
supporter of the party aud tho party's
representatives in office. Do you notice
tho difference Mr. Register?
Not satisfied with its malicious mis
representations of the Governor, tho
Herald now with equally malicious in
tent, attacks Hon. John Howard, lle-
publican Mayor of Prcscott and ono of
tho Territorial Fish and Gamo Commis
sioners. Judge Howard, as a Republican, aided
in the organization of this Territory in
1803, and has ever sinco been an active
and outspoken Republican, which is
probably tho cause of the Herald's
It says: "Tho following scathing re
buke to The Repuiilioan'h inert darl
ings and Fisli Commissioners is admin
istered by tho Prcscott Juurnal-Miiur."
Then follows what, to any ono but an
idiot or a rascal, was intended by tho
Journal-Miner as a humorous article re
ferring to its friend Mayor Howard. No
ono will be more surprised than tho
Journal-Miner, or inoro disgusted at
this base misrepresentation of its article
from a so-called Republican paper.
Gazette: Governor Zullck always maintained
that he had no authority under the law to w 1th
hold his signature from a Territorial warrant
aud he signed ever) one coming to him through
The Repuiilican has already pub
lished Auditor Clark's letter, which
proved that Governor Xulick claimed
the right to consider in detail both
vouchers and warrants.
Sub-division 25, Appropriation Act,
1887, contains an appropriation for
$1363.03 in payment of Auditor's war
rants covering tho money duo in con
structing tho Normal School building,
being Not. 11, 13, 14, 20, 5, 20, 21, 22, 23,
24, 25, "Normal School Fund," all of
which Governor Zulick had refused
to sign. Will the GazMe offer an
apology for its ignorance? The same
appropriation covers "Board Warrants"
Nos. 3, 21, 29, 15, 17, that tho Auditor and
Governor both refused to allow.
How does tho Herald account for its
ignorance on this subject? Will it
apologize, or stand condemned as inten
tionally misrepresenting and attempting
to injure Republican officials? Is this
tho Herald' t idea of harmonizing, or is
the Herald aiding tho Democratic party
as did the Chairman of the Territorial
Central Committeo, and the Chairman
of tho County Central Committee at the
last city election?
Situated as Phcenix is, on the edge of
the richest mineral dcjKHits of the West,
nnd in the midst of n alley of won
drous fertility, does it not seem impos
sible for her progress to stop this side of
50,000 inhabitants? Railroads radiat
ing to the mining districts of the north,
east and west will yet bring to Phwnix
rich ores for great smelting plants to re
duce. Railroads will also lxar away her
manifold productions to lucrative sale in
ho markets of the world.
It bEEMB odd that Phcunix cannot
keep up a public library.
Concentrating works are about to bo
erected nt Sahuaripa, some nine miles
from tho Olive camp, east. This will
make a market for all the concentrating
ores in that district running from fifteen
to forty-five ounces to the ton. The
machinery has already been bought and
will 1x5 put up within a fortnight. There
are sufficient concentrating ores at that
camp to keep tho concentrator running
AILMENTS OF WOMEN.
Unnecessary Suffering En
(lured in Silence,
Dr. llacLeimaii's New Cure for
These Painful Complaints
Kecognlzril by the Highest Medical Au
thorities uf Europe ami America an
Heine; the Only Itatloual
Treatment Cure Speedy
Female diseases aro extremely common and
none are more complicated and difficult of
treatment under the old systems of practice
than the class known as "Female Complaints,"
and none which are the causo of greater misery
and woe. Such are the habits of dress that the
natural circulation of the body Is disturbed,
bringing too much blood to the pelvio regions,
causing congestion, lnflamatlon and ulceration,
relaxing tho abdominal muscles, causing fall
ing of tho bowels, and, as a consequence, the
displacement of the bladder and uterus. In
fact, most of the difficulties arise from displace
ment or felling of tho organs. For such caes
tho only rational cure consists in contracting
tho muscles and appendages of support. Uter
ine dtscases'are not incurable, but when proicr
ly treated yield readily, as the disposition of all
such cases Is to get well.
CARD I'ROV MRS. IIINKS.
Three years ago I resided In San Francisco at
XVi Fourth street. I was then an invalid. I
treated and consulted with the leading physi
cians and surgeons of the city. They failed to
help me. At last they concluded that an In
cision would have to be made at the lower ribs
and tome Internal cutting done beforo I could
be made a well woman. I dreaded the opera
tion and concluded to try Dr. MacLennan's
treatment. I was carried perfectly helpless to
his institute and received one treatment. Im
mediate Improvement followed and In a very
short time I was in perfect health, and I have
continued so these three years, thanks to the
doctor's skill. Signed Mrs. Nei.mk Hi.ves.
Healed in three weeks after two and one-half
A heart overflowing with sympathy for my
a filleted sisters has heretofore prompted me to
tell the storo of my affliction my hopeless con
dition for two and a half years and my ultimate
recovery to perfect health.
One who has suffered so much from the deli
cate Ills peculiar to our sex, until tho system
has become a physical wreck, and weakened so
that a walk In her room could not be ac
complished without assistance, cannot refrain
from being in high glee at finding herself once
again a perfectly healthy woman.
To me the past Is like a dream tho present a
sweet reality. Hut had I given heed to the
whisperings of others I would still be a sunt ring
When I decided to come over thrco hundred
miles to see Dr. MacLcnnan, there were those
who thought it a silly move and while
I was under treatment and Improving
I was frequently told by persons with
whom I camo In contact, "Oh, it will not last.
When you stop treating you will becomo as bo
fore." Hut, oh, It's not so now. Six months,
ago I was through with the treatment, which
was of twenty-days' duration. I then went to
visit friends in Olympia, and now, after that
lapse of time, without any treatment whatever,
I am as well, nay better, than when I finished
I reside at Island City, Union County, Oregon,
where I may be addressed by any one who may
wish for further particulars.
M Rs. Mary McClelland.
Note Dr. MacLennan is now In Phrenlx and
located In tho Monlhan block, where all may
consult him free.
West side of Church Plaza; Finest Restaurant
South of San Francisco.
PRIVATE DINING ROOMS, SIRICTIY FIRSTCLISS.
ALEX. ROSSI AND J0F. MICOTTI.
JOHN O. SMITH,
Ornce: Care U. 8. Surveyor-General,
XX. 8. DffiPUTY SURVEYOR.
THE LEXINGTON STALES, AT TUCSON.
Finest equipages in the Territory. ,
2 srr.Kri)ir stablrb s
Orders may be sent in from the hotel at the depot
.Anil KlIHHOt SIlOCH mid Hllpprn
luivi) oonu' to Htny, our ntonlc in
thewi jjooclH iiilru(''H all that in
mmle; notliiiiir llko boiim in Mtylt.
1. ZH'.CKKNDORJ' Ac CO.,
fi U'noHoii, jVrln.
ST. LOUIS EXCHANGE
CongresH St., 'J'uhcoii
FINEST SALOON IN THE CITY.
A Hot Lunch Served Free Kvery Day.
JIMMIE IHIOWN, Proprietor.
J. FRflftK el CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in
DRY :-: GOODS,
THE BEST CONNECTIONS EAST
Wholesale :-: Buyers.
GIVE US A TKIAL
J. A.. BLACK,
113 CongrcNH St., T'ucson, .Vrlz,
H0WAED :-: WATCHES.
Finest work done at short notice. Orders by
mall or express especially solicited.
SANTA CRUZ VALLEY BANK
H. M. JACOBS, .... President
SAMUEL HUOHKS, Vice-President
Capital Paid Up, $50,000
BUYS OH MAKES ADVANCES ON GOLD
Dust or Bullion, makes advances on City
or County Warrantr. Escrows received. County
and Municipal Honds Negotiated. Drafts and
Telegraphic Transfers on New York, Chicago,
M. Louts, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Dills
of Kxchunge on all European points.
Large l'ire Proof Vault at
the Service of Our Friends.
London.l'aris and American Hank, Bun Francisco
Hanover National Dank, New York
Hank of Commerce, St. Louis
Iluiou National Hank, .... Chicago
California Hank, ... Los Angeles
M. T. PRKKMAN, - CaMhier.
CHARLES K. WORES, MANAGER.
TUCSON, - ARIZONA.
Purchasers of Copper, Lead. Silver and Gold ores
Returns made as soon as the Ore Is sampled and
Hates on Ores Can be Obtained on Application
In person or hy mall, at the olllce of the
Works, Tuscon, Ariz.
SILVER :-: LAKE
TIIK MOST ENCHANTING SPOT
FINK BOATING AND FISHING
2 Miles from Tucson 2
A Pleasant Drive on a flood Road.
The Only Road-House in flic Territory
Wm. II. HARNES,
JOHN If. MARTIN,
Wm. C. HOItbON,
Law Offices, Tccmin, Akuoxa
JOHN II. THOMAS,
Washington, D. C.
W. WRIGHT, ATTORNEY AT
Pearson Mock, Tucson, Ariron-i.
JVC E A. T S
Of A.11 Kinds
JTAIM Ml? AT
l lUUrtl n
JOHN ORTEIGr, PE0P.
Maricopa loan and Trust Co.,
Incorporated, February 1, 1S88.
Paid up Capital $100,000.
JOSEPH W. SPA ULDING, President.
JERRY MILLAY, General Manager.
M. E. 8PAULDING, Cashier.
T. W. JUNE, Assistant Cashier.
Wells, Fargo A Co's Hank. San Francisco
W.T. Rlckards A Co Chicago
National Park Hank New York City
Northern Hanking Co Portland, Me.
Money Loaned on ileal Estate or Per
sonal securities, and a general Banking
Banking House Basement of Ander
'X1 II El
National Bank of Arizona,
M. W. KALES, President.
SOL. LEWIS, Vice-President.
GEO. W. HOADLEY, Cashier.
Capital, Paid Up,
Surplus, - - - -
M. W. Kai.es, J. Y. T. Smith, Sot. Lewis
Cii vri.es Goldman, Geo. W. Hoadlky.
The Rank of California San Francisco
Agency of Hank of California - . New York
The Fanners' and Merchants' Hank. Los Angles.
The Rank of Commerce .. .. - -St. Louis
Consolidated Hank .... .. ..Tucson
Bank of Arizona I'rescott
N. M. Rothschilds A Sons London
LL KINDS OF FURNITURE AND MATs
tresses reeovetjed and mended. Uarneti!
ewed and laid. Shop next to I'luenlx Plalnln-
Mill, Maricopa stteet. II. wuhi.uk.
Wo Have Concluded to
WE WILL OFFER
AT1 FBZDTJOEJrD "FIRIOES.
JNTIL THE STOCK IS
"We Have Closed
Parlies Indebted to Us
A Bare Opportunity
IS NOW OITEHED TO ANYONE WISHING TO ENGAGE IN
A First-Class Business.
-AS WE ABE
THHl L-iEJ-rDinSTQ HOUSE
-In Our Line
Close Out Our Pluunix 11 use.
0TJE ENTIRE STOCK
ENTIRELY DISPOSED OF.
Our IBooks and "Will
Will Please Call and Settle.
KNOWN TO BE-
In the Territorv-