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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. PHOENIX. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 18, 1890.
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HEPUHMCANS ATTENTION I
Tho following letter has been sent
throughout tho Territory by the Re
publican Central Committee:
I'iktnix, Ariz., June 9, 1SU0.
DKAn Sir: Tho ltepubllcan Territorial Cen
tral Committee will convene In Phn nix. Satur
day, June 21, 1890, at 3 o'clock p.m., tor the
transaction of such business as may come be
fore It; your presence Is earnestly requested
Wm. Christy, Chairman.
N. A. MoRfORD, Secretary.
Prescott is preparing for a grand cel
ebration of Independence Day. Shall
Phcunix bo left behind in tho display of
A MotiiKU of society folks of Phoonix
hnve organized n bathing club and hold
regulnr meetings on Tuesdays and Sat
urdays at the river bank, south of town.
I'ikkncc assures tho militia companies
of the Territory that, should they visit
the Capitol during Fair week, they will
lie treated to tho fat of tho land.
Person l vilification accomplishes
nothing, llather it makes friends for
the man vilified, when carried to great
extremes as it has been in Phienix.
Exposures of tho fraudulent work in
the construction of tho City Hall at
San Francisco, is awakening tho citizens
thero to a need of better city govern
ment. Those Democratic officials at tho pen
itentiary cannot much longer hide tho
records of their evil doings, and charges
against cx-Kepublican officials will not
savo them, cither.
Governor Waterman has at last be
come aroused at tho great number of
brutal prize fights in California, and
proposes to seo if the State officers can
not do something to put a stop to them.
Secretary Blaine thinks that if sugar
is allowed to come in duty free, the
nations from whom w e get our largest sup
ply shouldgrant reciprocal favors for
American bread stairs and manufactured
goods. Th is is the true doctrine of pro
tection. Rkmkmhkh that tho school election is
now-but ten days ofr and no candidates
qro yet definitely in tho field. The
duties of school trustee of District No. 1
nVo complex and important and demand
for thelr-propcr administration a man of
broad views and experience.
Stockmen should take tho tremble to
register their brands. Of course it is
not the proper thing to duplicate a
man's iron in tho vicinity of his range,
but it can bo legally done if tho original
brand bo not recorded. The expense is
slight and iiiany a calf may bo payed by
Fiiienix should not let tho Fourth of
July pass without a fitting celebration.
Kvery other town in thu Territory of
GOO inhabitants and upward will have a
rousing celebration. Shall it lo said
that tho Capitol City is tho only town in
Arizona without patriotism and enter
prise enough to celebrate the great
It is stated, as an extenuation of the
verdict in tho Ah dice murder trial,
that tho jury thought when agreeing
upon a tcrdict for manslaughter that
they were giving the prisoner tho
second penalty under the law. It would
not have been difficult to have ascer
tained what verdict was necesHary to
obtain tho second penalty.
Tiik Rri'uiii.ican is informed by Thos.
L. Schultz that during his late trip to
Prescott ho purchased tho plant of tho
late Hoof and Horn, and that with the
material he will soon commence tho
publication of a weekly paper at Buckeye-City.
It will bo headed The Buck
eye liladt, and will lie principally agri
cultural in its character. With tho in
stitution of work upon the great canal
the hamlet down tho valley will no
doubt start on u long season of pros
perity, and should give to a live and
loyal local weekly amplo support. May
tho new venture keep pace w ith tho
country, and iiiay its program bo
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Under the above heading the Gazette
makes an attack on the Republican
party and especially on W. C. Davis and
"Tho present wotild-bo . Superinten
dent" of the Territorial Prison.
When it is undemtood that tho fees
referred to by Secretary and acting
Governor Van Annan related to his feo
of $2.50 for attaching the official seal
and that out of kindness of heart he
asked for it only "Whenever it does not
distress tho convict," and that tho
money Sam Purely "did not pungle,"
related to fees for certified copies of
papers from tho office of tho Secretary,
it will be seen to what depths tho Dem
ocracy in Arizona are driven in their
attempts to try to cover up tho gross
frauds of Fred Smith and tho defaulting
Democratic Prison Commissioners.
The urgency of Crook's pardon os
shown by tho official records was be
cause it was reported by the prison
physician that ho would die if not at
once removed. It is further shown by
tho record that only thirty days of his
sentence remained unsencd.
As to Auditor Clark's letter it shows
that Governor Zullck held tho Republi
can prison management to a strict 'ac
count for their expenditures, just as tho
present Governor is doing, and it goes
without other evidence that n proper
showing must hae been made of tho
vouchers named, or there would have
been music in the air long
ago from tho Democratic organs.
Certainly, Mr. Charles M. Straus,
The Ri:ruiii.icA.N hns known for some
timo that you had certified copies of tho
records, and, unless mutilated, anyone
paying for the copying can also obtain
them from the official records of
prison. They arc, or at least they
were, part of the official records of tho
prison and should still be thero. Thero
is nothing iu them that W. C. Davis or
"the would-bo superintendent," or oven
Sam Purdy, hnuinny occasion to con
ceal, unless Purdy has still failed "to
pungle" to Van Annan the just fees duo
him, the official record licing silent on
In coiinectiou"'with the obove attack
on W. C. Davis and the would-be super
intendent and through them on tho
Republican party, The Republican
will at this time puncture a Democratic
lie that has Ixxm paraded for duty very
often and as yet unnoticed by Repub
lican papers, probably for want of in
formation on the subject, and that is tho
per capita cash per diem for tho convicts
in the Territorial prison under Repub
lican and Democratic rule. Tho official
records show that warrants drawn from
October 1, 1883, to October 1, 1884, for
compensation for oilicers, guards, sup
plies, etc., amounted to $48,334.
Average number of prisoners per day
for the year 120 ; a5enigocost of main
tenance, f 1 .05.
Machinery and construction, $0839.
Warrants draw n from January 1, 1888,
to December 31, 1888, for officers, guards,
supplies, etc., $48,733.07.
Average number of prisoners per day
for the year, 123 ; aveiage cost of main
Machinery, repairs, etc., $5551.
This shows a difference in favor of
Mr. Davis and Superintendent Ingalln
of three and one-half cents a day for
each convict. It must also bo remem
bered in this connection that in Mr.
Davis' time all clothing, shoes, etc., had
to be purchased outsido whilosinco then
they have been manufactured in tho
prison by convict labor. Mr. Davis and
Superintendent Ingalls built tho prison
and yet during that time, when the
various expenses of extra guards, wear
and tear of clothing, extra food that men
doing heavy work necessarily have to
have, the cost per capita was three and
one-half cents less per day than under
tho present Democratic officials, and
this does not tako into account the
extra ten or twelve thousand dollars for
which tho latter are defaulters.
With Democratic defaulters from one
end of tho country to tho other, not onrit
ting.evcn Arizona, it is strange beyond
reasoning how scnsible.and honest men
can uphold tho Democratic party.
INJURY TO THE VALLEY.
The Rrpudlicak learns from tho
officials of tho local railroad that during
tho first five months of tho current year
2000 less people hao gone back and
forth in tho Salt River Valley than dur
ing tho corresponding period last year.
There must bo some reason for this
decrease, and slight investigation can
account for very much of it.
An intending settler coining into the
valley, if wise, will, loforc determining
upon his course, investigate somewhat
tho character of tho people with whom
he is about persuaded to cast his
lot. In so doing ho will find
here a newspaper which for more
than two years has followed a
resident of tho community with per
sistent, willful and w icked abuse, and
not content with this has caused him to
bo attacked on the street and beaten
with a pistol. Then a grand jury re
fuses to consider this1 act an oflenso
against tho law, and emboldened by
such endorsement tho paper openly ad
vocates resort to mob law against tin's
man whom it is pursuing.
It matters but little if the great ma
jority of tho community in conversa
tion at their homes and on the street
deprecate such work, the eflect
is mere, ana a nau impression is
made upon' tho stranger which can
not but prejudice him against tho
community. Ho promptly says to him
self, "I do not want to bring my family
to a place where such actions are con
doned," and ho goes away to tell tho
story of w hy ho would not settle hero.
No man can bo persistently attacked in
violent ways, even though ho might bo
unpopular with many, without bringing
ill-repute to tho community in which
such attacks.are made.
l'eoplo laugh at the extravagancies of
tho "Arizona Kicker" as set forth in tho
Detroit Free Press, yet some of tho' arti
cles in lato numbers of a l'ha-nix morn
ing paper surpass the Free
Press' wildest utterances. All the
advertisements of the valley in
tho world, setting forth its climate,
its abundant crops and its multifarious
resources as aids to immigration aro
counteracted by tho effects of this one
cause. Tho course lately pursued by
newspaper hero is a disgrace to tho
paper and to tho community and the
sooner it is discarded and n higher
stand taken, tho better for the prosperity
of tho entire valley.
LET SOMETHING HE DONE.
It would seem that there is Home
truth in tho saying that Arizona's glor
ious climate is condusive to lethargy
and enervation. Certain it is that
there is too much apathy shown iu tho
matter of taking some action to stay tho
.damugo that tho Territory must enduro
under tho Act of Congress and tho
recent opinion of the Attornoy-Gencral,
which withdraws all tho government
land within tho borders of tho Territory
f i oin settlement or reclamation for nn
The law in question is a deathblow to
the advancement and improvement of
Arizona, and being such, uhould bo met
with a vigorous protest upon tho part of
every citizen of the Territory.
Congress is sure to adjourn in July,
and thero is little time in which to get a
hearing and favorable action that will
removo this restriction so fatal to growth
and prosperity. Unless it is removed
there will lie no influx of immigrants and
home-seekers this fall as there has beon
heretofore. As a consequence real
estate must depreciato in value and
general dullness and stagnation in busi
ness will be tho result.
The RnpuiiLiCAN would respectfully
suggest that the County Supervisors in
each county officially adopt a short
memorial or resolution setting fortli tho
wrong that is being worked under tho
law and that to Mich memorial orresolu-
tion a petition for reliof from its provis
ions bo added and signed by every
citizen of the Territory. Whatever is
done should bo dono quickly, as there is
left but little timo for action.
Senater lllackburn'a Daughter.
Washington Letter to Philadelphia Timet.
Among the charming families of tho
Senatorial circle is that of Senator
Blackburn of Kentucky. Senator and
Sirs, Rlackburn huveJiad their three at
tractive daughters with them in Wash
ington during tho past seanon. The
youngest, Mi Lucille, is a bright girl
of eighteen. She was educated at tho
Georgetown Convent and the Bartholo
mew College, Cincinnati, where she
finished over a year ago. Miss Lucille
mado her debut in Washington society
a year ago last winter, wneieshohas
been much admired. Stie speaks both
Spanish and French, and, like all Ken
tucky girls, is extremely fond of horseback-ruling.
Tho banjo is the only instrument on
which she plays, anil to this demotes
much of her time. Miss Lucille is very
fair and has light hair, clear complexion
and blue eyes.
Her sisft-T Corinno is just her opposite
as to complexion, having dark hair and
dark oyes. Miss Corinne was educated
at Central College, Versailles, Kentucky.
Music is her specialty and, like her
sister, she is a fine equestrienne.
The oldest daughter. Mrs. Stewart, is
an affable lady, with the gracious man
ners so characteristic of the Southern
AILMENTS OF WOMEN.
(lured iu Silence.
Mar,Leiiiuui's New Cure
These Painful Complaints
Itecognlxeil by the Highest Medical An-
tliorltlm of Europe and America nit
licing the Only national
Treatment Cure Speedy
Female diseaseu are extremely common and
none are mora complicated and difficult of
treatment undei tho old systems of practice
than the class known as "Female Complaint,"
and none which iro the cause of greater misery
and woe. Such t re the habits of drexs that the
natural circulation of the body In disturbed,
bringing too much blood to the pclric region,
causing congestion, inflara&lion and ulceration,
relaxing tho abdominal muscles, causing fall
ing of the bowels, and, as a consequence, the
displacement of the bladder and uterus. In
fact, nioit of tho difficulties arise from displace
ment or falling of tho organs. For such cases
the only rational cure couslstrln contracting
the muscles and appendages of support. Utor-
ine diseases are not Incurable, but when pro-'r-ly
treated yield readily, as the disposition of all
Mich cases is to get well.
CAHD FROM MRS. IIINFS.
Three years ago I resided in San Francisco at
Si.j 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 tq ba made at tho Ion er ribs
and some internal cutting done before I could
be made a well woman. I dreaded the opera
tion and concluded to try Dr. MacLcnnan's
treatment. I was carried perfectly helpless to
his institute and received one treatment. Im
mediate lmprorement followed and in a Tery
short time I was In perfect health, and I have
continued so these three years, thanks to the
doctor's skill. Signed Jliifl. Nelub Hinf.s.
Healed in three weeks after two and one-half
A heart overflowing with sympathy for my
aftlicted sisters has heretofore prompted me to
tell the store of my affliction my hopeless con
dition for two and a halt years and ray ultimate
recovery to perfect health.
One who lias suffered so much from the deli
cate ills peculiar to our sex, until the 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 hcrsclt once
again a perfectly healthy woman.
To mo the past is like a dream the present a
sweet reality. Hut had I given heed to the
whisperings of others I would still be a suffering
When I decided to como over three hundred
miles to see Dr. MacLemuu, thero wera thovc
who thought It a silly move and while
I was under treatment and Improving
I was frequently told by persons with
whom I came in contact, "Oh, It will not lust.
When you stop treating you will become as lie
fore." But, oh, it's not fco now. Six months,
ago I was through with the treatment, which
was of twenty-days' duration. I thentwent to
visit friends in Olympla, and now, after that
lapse of time, vt ithout any treatment whatet cr,
i am as wen, nay oeiier, man wncn i iinisneu
I reside at Island City, Union County, Oregon,
where I may be addressed by any one who may
wish for further particulars.
Mrs. Mary McClelland.
Note Dr. MacLcnnan is now iu Phoenix nnd
located In the Monlhan block, where all may
consult him free.
West side of Church Plaza; Finest Restaurant
South of Ban Francisco.
PRIVATE DINING ROWS, STRICTLY FIRST CUSS.
ALEX. ROSSI AND JOE MICOTTI.
JOHN O. SMITH,
Office: Care U. S. Surveyor General,
TJ. 8. DKPUTY SUBVKYOB.
THE LEXINGTON BIBLES, AT TUCSON.
Finest equipages in the Territory.
Orders may ha sent In f roni the hotel at tho depot
Arrivl tlio othor tny fVom !N"ow
York. PIh tilium wnson imntl to
K'tMt Mm. At tlio hotel, -nvMIo
hulpiiij- to unpack, he oouhl not
voiriitn IVom oxpreHMlnu Mm ad
miration for tho bountiful hIIIc
and ilimnol HhirtH Mh friend had
brought alonu. "Why don't they
koop muoIi goodK horP" ho !-,
marked in an auKrleved tone.
"My dear follow," Mm friend re
plied with a laugh, "thexa HhirtH
were bought of I. Zeokendorf
Ac Co., and 1 guvsN they Htlll have
a few of the Hame wort on hand."
la. KCJtKXDOrcic Ac CO.,
2 Tucson, Ariz.
ST. LOUIS EXCHANGE
Consri'HH St., XuHcnn,
FINEST SALOON IN THE CITY.
A Hot Lunch Served Free Every Day,
JIMMIE BROWN, Proprietor.
J. FRAfiK & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in
DRY :-: GOODS.
IDE BEST CONNECTIONS EAST
Wholesale :-: Buyers,
GIVE UH A TUIALv
J. A. 03LA.CK,
113 CongrosH St., ''.Tucson, .Ariz.
HOWARD :-: WATCHES.
Finest work done at short notice. Orders bj
mail or express especially solicited.
SANTA CRUZ VALLEY BANK
H. M. JACOBS,
SAMUEL HUOHKS, Vick-1?bk8idkht
Capital Paid Up, $50,000
T1UY8 OK MAKES ADVANCES ON GOLD
Jj Dust or Ilulllon, makes advanced on City
or County Warrant. Escrows received. County
and Municipal Bonds Negotiated. Drafts and
Telegraphic Transfers on New York, Chicago,
St. Louis, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Bills
oi exchange on all European points.
Large Fire Proof Vault at
the Service of Our Friends.
London, Paris and American Dank, San Francisco
Hanover National Dank, New York
Dank of Commerce, St. Louis
Union National Bank, Chicago
California Bank, Los Angeles
M. F. FBBMMAN, - CnHhier.
CHARLES It. WOKES, Manager.
TUCSON, - ARJZONA.
Purchasers of Copper, Lead. Silver and Hold ores
Kctums made as boon as the Oru Is bum pled and
Hates od Ores Can be Obtained on Application
Iu person or by mall, at the office of the
Works, Tubcoii, Ariz.
SILVER w LAKE
FINE BOATING AND FISHING
2 Miles from Tucson 2
A Pleasant Drive on a Clood Uoml.
The Only Road-House in the Territory
WM. II. HAIINES,
JOHN H. MABTIN,
Wm. C. HOBSON,
Law Offices, Tucson, Ahizona
JOHN B. THOMAS,
Washington, D. C.
W. WIUOIIT, ATTOUNEY AT
l'carsou Block, Tucson, Arizona.
Of All Kinds
MOUNTAIN MEAT MARKET.
JOHN 0RTEIO, PROP.
Maricopa Loan and Trust Co,,
Incorporated. February 1, 1888.
1'aiil up Capital $100,000.
JOSEPH W. SPAULDlNG, President.
JEKKY MILLAY, General Manager.
M. E. SPAULDING, Cashier.
T. W. II1NE, Assistant Cashier.
Wells, FarRO & Co's Bank San Francisco
W, T. Klckards A Co , Chicago
.National rune nans , new vorK uity
Northern Hanking Co...., Portland, Me.
Honey Loaned on Real Estate or Per"
sonal securities, and a general Ranking:
Basdmcnt of Ander-
a' h m
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, Bol. Lewis
Charles Goldman, Geo. W. Uoadlry.
The Bank of California San Franciscp
Agency of J3nk of California New York
The Farmers' and Merchants' Bank. Los Angeles.
The Bank of Commerce ,.i.8t. Louis
Consolidated Bank , T.. Tucson
Bank of Arizona Prescott
N. M. Kothschllds A Sons.. London
Repairing and Upholstering.
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE AND MATg
trewes rccovebed and mended, Carpetg
sewed and laid. Shop next to Phrcnix Plalnln
Mill, Maricopa stteet. H. WOIILEU.
4 " -
yA L ""T" Tf"T"i
Wo Have Concluded to Close Out Our PIkeiux H )use.
WE WILL OFFER OUR ENTIRE STOCK
.AT1 PEiZDUrOEirD "F'IRIOEIS.
UNTIL THE STOCK IS
"We Have Closed
Parties .Indebted to Us
',. - .
A Eare Opportunity
IS NOW t OFFERED TO ANYONE WISHING TO ENGAGE IN
A First-Class Business.
-AS WE AKE
nnHGEi L-jEirDiisra- house
-In Our Line
ENTIRELY DISPOSED OF.
Oxir Books and Will
Will Please Call and Settle.
KNOWN TO -KE-
In the Territorv-