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TnE ARIZONA JKEPUBL1CAN: FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1&92.
Concerning the Mormon
A History of the Obnoxi
The Democracy of Maricopa
County Wanted It Passed.
The True Inwardness of tho Legis
lation Which Made It
Joii.nbto.sk I'kkcinct, Nov. 1.
Editor Hkixiilican. I noticed in
dingt Moter Zulick's speech as
Lyubed in the Uazetto that the Rentle
mn from Ne' Jeraov takes great credit
tobim"" liI"' ''"" DmoiTBi'y fur (air
delin8 w,lM lnB M,,r,uonb l naa 'ten
lieen eald umt "chickens come homo to
joost" nd I" tins instance it looks to
me though the hole hen coop had
returned, for if there ever was n record
thtt absolutely indefensible it is
the record oi ine wemucrauu party in
doling w itn l -i test oath question in
relation to tho Mormon people.
Assertion in political times must be
(jien with due caution. Men am
bitious to eerve their party and them
selves a Mr. Zullck certainly is, some
times aeeert that which will not stand
th lisbt of truth. F rtunately for the
Republican party and tho cause of
troth and justice Mr. Zulick's speech
is t varian'e with the record?. That
the outrageous test oath law was
enacted is but too true, but that it was
enacted by the Republican party is a
falsehood too slarint! to bo permitted to
jonncnalleiiged. Let us see; in march
ing the records of the Thirteenth legis
lature e find that the Democratic and
Republican parties were equally divided,
that is a tio in both houses and no
partisan leeialation could possibly be
enacted had either party voted its
politics straight. Council bill number
73is the one containing tho test oath.
This measure was introduced in the
council by Mover of Apachu county,
a man that was elected from a Demo
cratic couuty as a non partisan. The
record of this bill is to be found on
pa;e CCS of the journals of tho Thir
teenth legislature and was later re
ported favorably by a unanimous vote
of the judiciary committee. Thus it
Till be seen that a committee of Demo
crats and Republicans equally divided,
recommended tho passage of this
obnoxious test oath law. If this was a
Republican measure introduced for
partisan purposes, a measure that was
objectionable to the Democrocy of the
territory, why in common sense and
fairness did'nt some Democrat rieo in
bis seat in tho council and lift his
voice against its passage.
I know why and tho record will bear
me out in the atsertion that the Demo
cracy of Maricopa county wanted
trie measure paseed. Mr. Zulick in
hi) wrathful indignation will declare
that this is false. Well let us see.
When the test oath bill came to the
council in the usual form, R. 1). Todd
one of Maricopa's leading Democrats
and a representative from this county
wai so fearful of delay that ho moved
the suspension of tho rules that this
un-American, this unjust measure might
be speedily enacted, and further, when
the bill was placed on its final passage
every Democrat in the legislature tho
gentleman from Maricopa included
voted for its passage. So well pleased
was the democracy of Maricopa couuty
ith Mr. Todd's action that they made
him chairman of the Marlcoua county
Democratic central committee. Yet
Mr. Zuhck has the audacity to pub
licly proclaim that the Democracy are
the only true friends of tho Mormons.
Facts are stubborn things and I want
to ask Mr. Zulick a few questions.
When that test oath bill was pending,
when it was before the law-making
body of Vrizona, the purpose of
hich was to deprive American citizens
oi their right of franchise, to fasten the
shackles of serfdom upon honest toiling
citizens, why did not the Democracy of
Maricopa county, why did not some
individual member of that party rnise
voice against its passaeo. Why, I
repeat, when the liberties of good citi
zens were in jeopardy, when tho names
ol 1,200 men who help to swell the
t roll of Arizona and who toiled in
'he wilderness and on the desert, were
about to be reduced by legislative
enactment to tho level of tho i'apago,
Jhy was it that not n Democrat In
Maricopa county or even in nil Ari
wn&canio forward to protest against
this barbarous and iniquitous measure.
Like trie wail of tho lonely mariner
Jfrerked in iiild-oceitti far from human
habitation, these questions will re
gain unanswered. Now let up go a
'We further in the record, the Thir
teenth legislature enacted tho test oath
assisted and aided by tho Democrats
J" Maricopa county and the following
egisliittue repealed it and wo desire
w give Mr. Zullck credit for urging its
"peal in his message, yet horo is tho
ffcr' t'10 Democratic members of
lne Thirteenth legislature from Mari
wpa county voted and labored for
fjje passage of the test oath bill while
Jie Republican members of the Four
teenth legislature from Maricopa
county cjnsistlngof Jon Y. T. Smith
nVf. L. II. Goodrich voted and
worked for tho repeal of this hateful
na disloyal test oath. Now in all
uuor and fairness which party in
aricopa county stands today as the
irieriujo! the Mormon peoplo?
i v Democracv of Maricopa county
L, thirteenth legislature voted to
of ! tIiem and "10 Republicans
!. ?r.icoPa county in the Fourteenth
VKinillTnPa kI..1 .1 -. l..l ..
-.. vulcu mm wuncu iu
mI0P10 th liberties and rights
Wch God omlowed all men with.
iiJ!!? emen oI t,,e Democratic party,
naupand bo counted; stand up irf
the clear atmosphere of justice and face
the record 1 Stand up and tell tho peo
ple of Mesa thut you voted and labored
to tho end that they might bo dis
franchised, thut the only powor
given an American citizen to protect his
home and property4from tho onslaughts
of political demagogues wns taken lrom
them by and witli jour consent and
Now, a fow more words and I am
done. The Zulick speech was delivered
to prejudice tho people of Mesa against
their friends and neighbors; it was
delivered to prejudice honest and fair
minded men ngainst those who have
stood liko a wall between tyranny, test
oaths, and other injustices to the Mor
mon peoplo of Arizona.
What Democrat, may I ask, has ever
been a inoro loyal, moro nblo and a
truer and consistent friend of tho Mor
mons than Judgo Webster Street ?
When prejudice-, hate and political
demogogury rau rife in tho Republican
territorial convention, what voice was
raised higher, what arguments more
powerful, what Boutimeuts more manly
and fur-reaching than those of Judge
Street in the defense of justieo to a law
Jerry Millay and Webster Street
scattered liko chaff tho arguments of
Judgo Wright of Tucson against the
Mormons and not only honored them
selves by their manly, honest course,
but represented tho loyal sentiment of
every honest man in Arizona. Yet
Mr. ulick askB tho people of Mesa to
repay the fidelity, tho friendship of
yeara of these people by casting their
votes against friends.
He asks them to help defeat ono of
Arizona's ublest and best citizens, a
man that has been tried and found tiue,
a man that never trailed his banner in
tho mire of prejudice to satisfy the
edicts of his own party. This is the
man that Mr. Zullck asks tho citizens
of Mesa to repudiate at the polls. They
wont do it. They are not built on that
plan, for in my long acquaintance with
the people of that section I havo found
them staunch and true, never wavering
in their fealty to a friend, and when the
8th oi November comes around I feel
that tho loyal men of Mesa who never
repaid friendship and kindness with a
blow, will cast their votes for Judge
What is true of Webster Street is also
true of J. Y. T. Smith, J. A. Marshall,
O. L. Pease and other Republicans.
These men will not only deal honest
ly with tho people of Alcsa, but would
tight to the death any attempt to dis
criminate nuninst them by legislation.
Tho Democracy aro always friends of the
Mormons when they wunt their votes,
but when Mesa offered ono of her best
men and one of Arizonn's best citizens,
O. R. Hakes, for the office of supervisor,
how then did they show their grat
itude ? I will tell you, they put their
knifo in their hoot lee and sallied forth
to scalp Mr. Hakes as they did before
tho Hon. 11. (J. Rogers, another good
and honorable man of Mesa.
Now, I repeat that the "chickens
have come homo to roost." Another
election is nt hand and the Mormon
vote is needed and the m on who wore
their shoe boles off in their travels to
slaughter C. R. Hakes and fl. (J. Rogers
are needing votes, hence Zulick's un
truthful appenl to these people.
In closing I wish to vay that had it
not been for the Republican votes cast
for 0. R. Hakes two years ago he would
not have received 400 otts.
J. L. U. Alexander, Mr. Zulick's
bosom friend, then had knife in baud,
now he ib chairman of the Democratic
county committee and asking the Mor
mons to vote as he dictates, as he is
Justice sometimes slumbers and dem
agog ury Bometijne provails, yet I feel
that no true-hearted Mormon with the
record before him will danco to the
music of Zulick and Alexander and vote
to defeat men that have always been
true to their every interest.
C. W. Johnstone.
High l'riccd Butter.
A report made to tho homo govern
ment by tho British consul at Guate
mala calls attention to the excellent
field open to tho dairy farmer in that
republic. lie says that very inferior
butter is now sold thcro at ono dollar n
pound, and notwithstanding that there
is nuy quantity of available land to be
purchased ut moderate prices in tho
neighborhood of tho largo cities, well
adapted to stock rearing and dairy prod
uce, not much attention is given to tho
industry, and comparatively little butter
A I'lne Display.
Exhibitions in British colonies are
generally n success, but the South Afri
can and international exhibition just
opened nt Kimberley is especially inter
esting. It is the largest display of the
kind ever held in South Africa, and is
housed in handsomo buildings, attract
ively situated in tho public gardens.
English people at homo havo contributed
generously, and tho loan collection of
British pictmes is very fine.
Moro Costly Than Kver.
Champagne will bo dear this year.
Tho vintage now beginning in tho cham
pagne disiiiots promises n much smaller
yield than usual, although tho quality is
The Gem Grocery Co.
Always carries a
fine lino of Butter,
Eggs and Vegetables
Opp. City Hall.
Threo doors west of Maricopa.
Sisters Academy ofihe Sacred Heart
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
English, French. 8panlsn, Pnttnj, Drawing.
Music, embroidery. "a,IJSufS!feBinR
reason'aW.. Address. MOfUKRBIIOIt
.-. CHEAP .-.
For Classified Advertisements
Under all Mendings.
5 CENTS PER LINE
FOR SALE-A HIGHLY FINISHED FIVE
horse power engine without boiler. New
and cheap. Fnqulre at B. D. Lount & bon's ice
"TJKNTYOUR ROOMS. APPRECIATING THE
JLV fact that thcro will be a large number o(
visitors in Phamlx this tall and winter, we
will lake pleasure in renting any rooms parties
may have to rent, charging no commission (or
tame. PIIUINIX REAL KSTATK COMPANY.
LOST. A palrot gold Bpcctaclps at the opera
house lost Saturday night. Under will
please leave at Hki'Ubmcan office and receive
It mil Kwtuto For Halo.
aTHESE LOTS and acres must be sold under
. value tor want oi cash, (on trannporta
tlun.)21otaattJ00each,2 lots at UM each, 2
lots at 1300 each, a lots at 1 100 each, 24 acres
uuu nouse ,auu. 7 io-iuu acies
1750, 13 acres J 1,000 '."JK acres fl.QOO, K) acres
$8,000. 150 acrcs 118,750. Addcts Owner, P. O.
Hot U2, City.
leach, 2'X 1
s 1800, c;5 1
1 SJ.000, K) 1
and Sale Stable,
STURGES & WALTERS, Proprietors.
Successors, to J. L Gant.
Special Attention Given (o Boarding Stock.
Calls answered promptly.
t Telephone 61.
Pima Slreot. South of Mills Houso.
Cor. Montezuma i. Adams St.,
LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE.
Good Turnouts 011 short notice
at all hours oi the day and night.
Buy, Sell and Trade, Horses.
Special attention to boarding bones.
BAKERY AND GROCERY.
B. MATLEY, Prop.
Groceries and Provisions Sold Cheap.
With fresh Uread always on hand. A wagon
always at Lonrcolence ol customers.
A VINE LINE OF
. SWISS (JJHLJEJiSJbJ.
The genuine article, lmvortedltallau Eausage.
Call and Examine Goods. The Price Will Suit
Corner Center and Monroe Sts.
rMTNIX. . . n70MA.
M. E. HURLEY,
The Live Butcher,
Choice Steaks and Roasts.
Tho Ilcst Kept Market in I'hoenlz. Experi
enced Cutter. Kren DnlUery to any part ol
Job Work and General Repairing.
Scroon Work a Specialty.
All Work Guaranteed. Ofllre and Bhop
"lecond door east of Vmdome 'Washington
Street. Call or address Box 721. Phoenix. Ariz.
Conuh Vl'up. t
HHBsWTl ' W BvX . 1 B H
50 Cents a Barrel
On Board Cars at Springer, N. M.
Warranted tho best In the U. 8. lor foundations
concrete work, sewers, cisterns, reservoirs', etc.
For freight ratet address,
GEO W BROWfJ, Manager,
Springer, New Mexico.
Maricopa & Phoenix R. R.
TIME TABLE NO. 24:
In KrrecT JonK 26. 1802-.
10 35 p.m
9 -10 a.m.
8:45 a. m.
Southern Pacific cast bound passes Maricopa
at 11:20 p. m.
Eoutuorn Paclflo west bound passes Maricopa
at 6.35 A.M.
Trains stop on signal.
Trains make closs connection with Southern
Pacini" trains. Connect at Tempo with stages
lor Meta City, Toncsvllle and Fort McDowell,
at Phconlx wltn stages forProscott, Wlckenburg
(1 R MABTKM. Vp.PrMlt .! M.n.io..
Southern Paeifie Co.
2.fp. A. M. DAILY. MIXKD TRAIN FOR
.jtj Tucson, Benson, Lordsburgb and in
6.QK A. M. DAILY, PACIFIC KXPEES3
. Ou for points in California, Nevada,
gon and Washington.
OH P- M- DAILY, ATLANTIC EX
.jOJ Dress for Tucson. Benson. DemlnE
aso.San Antonio, Houston and New Orleans
e Oil p-u- DAILY, MIXKD TRAIN FOR
).iJ Yuma and Intermediate stations.
T. H. GOODMAN.
Oen. Pass. Agent
(Inn. Traffic Manager
QUICKKtX 84 MILC3
in ISHORTtJT TO
no"?" tow noiniic.
Queen & Crescent
EAST TENN., VR. & GR. RYS.
bOLID VESTIBULED TRAlNtf.
New OrltM! to Cincinnati, 9i Milci Shortest.
Making Direct Connections For All
Points north and cast.
Pullman Palace Cars through without
Change yia Chattanooga to New York. Only 1 ne
change of cars to the principal points In Georgia
Virginia, North and bcuth Carolina and Atlan
rIickct offloe.91 St. Charles Street, New
OrleaHS, La. F. J0NK8, T. P A.,
PflfflNIX, TEMPE AND MESA STAGE
Makes regular trips dally.
Leaves Phoenix every morning at 7 o'clock and
Returns ate JO P.M.
Good Slock sod Light Bigs, Ripid ind PIcuint Trips.
Carries passengers and express.
LEAVE OR0ER8 AT ME8A FRUIT STORE.
.FRANK MILLER, PE0P.
Florence and Globe Stage Line
QTAOE LEAVES FLORENCE DAILY FOR
IO Riverside and Globe at 7 o'clock, r. M.; stops
all night at Riverside and arrives at Globo at
5 o'clock, r. u.; returning, leaves Globe at 8
o'clock a.m., arrives at Florence at 1 o'clock
A. M. Good accomodation on the road, lm-
firoved line, good stock and comfortaoie stages,
our-horse coach every other day. W. E.
GUILD, Agent. Florence. E. F. KULLNER &
CO., Agents, Globe.
Phoenix k Prescott Stage Line
For Presoott.via dlaok canyon:
Leavo Phoenix, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day at 7 a. m. Arrive, Sunday, Wednesday and
Friday at 9 a. m. Fare, J12.50. Fifty pounds of
baggage free; excess, 6 rents per pound.
for Preicctt, 111 Vultue nd Cotfrui :
Leave Phoenix, Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day at 7 ft. m. Arrive, Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday at S p. m. Fare, 15. Fifty pounds ol
baggago free; excess, 7K"cents per pound.
XJtr- Office with Wells, Fargo A To.
5-tl O. W. OKKKN1.KAF, Agent.
Florence and Casa Grande Stage.
Stage leaves Casa Grande at 7 ft. m each
morning, arrlvei at Florence at 11-30 a. m.
Returning leaves Florence at 1:3 p.m., ar
rive at Casa Grande at fl p. m.
Makesconnectlon at Florence with stage for
Globe. This line lsfllty miles nearer Globe
than any other lino.
DREW, STEVENS & CO,
STAGE $$$k LINE.
CARRYING THE U. S, MAIL
BOWIE STATION, YIA S0L0M0NVILLE,
TO FORT THOMAS AND GLOBE.
A Dally lino of Stages running between the
above points, connecting at Soiomonvllle with
stage line for Clifton, Upper Gila, and at Bowie
Station with tho Southern Pacific railroad.
New Coaches, 8plendld Teams, Fast Tlma.
Special teams on hand all the time for the ac
commodation of drummers and families, lhe
Best Equipped Stage Line in Arizona.
0. S. MAIL AND STAGE LINE,
Passengers from Globe, San Carlos, Fort
Thomas and all points below will please take
tho stage at Soiomonvllle for Duncan on Mon
days, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7 o'clock a. m.,
making cloto connection at Duncan with the
train from Lordsburgto Clifton and Morencl.
Also with the stage for Carlisle, New Mexico,
returning from Duncan to 8olomonrllle on ar
rival of train from Clifton and stage from Car
lisle on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, ar
riving at Bolomonvllle at 6 o'ocloek p. m. I
keep a good corral at each end of the route.
This li a short road free from dust and chuck
holes. Commercial men taken on any day of
theweek. NoAH GBKKN,
D. L. Murray.
The Only Gold Air Storage
In tha City.
I. W. Hudson.
a. L. graybeal.
Beef, Mutton, Veal, Pork
P. L MURRAY & CO.,
ALL MEATS KEPT ON COLD STORAGE
FROM THREE TO FIVE DAYS BEFORE
SERVED TO CUSTOMERS
OPPOSITE CITY HALL.
Hery :e. KEMP & CO,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN-:
Shelf and Heavy
SOLE AliENTS FOR
Bain Wagon Co., Deere Flow Co., Columbue Buggy Co., South
Bend Chilled Plow, McCormick Harvesting Machine Co.,
Standard Mower, Planet Jr. Garden Toole.
WEST OF CITY HALL PLAZA - - - PHOENIX. ARIZONA.
NEWLY RENOVATED AND REMODELED.
ALL THE ROOMS ON GROUND FLOOR
Headquarters for Commercial Travelers. : : : Best Table in Arizona
GOOD SAMPLE ROOKS AD NKST.CU5S BAB COXNBCTED
Rooms, 60c to $1.50 per Day.
Special Rates for Monthly Room?
fTL. n 1 1 Il.J.l D lsnow run in Eastern style at Eastern prices. Crlbratd Frtr.Br-
Iflfi lCulM tiOlfil DuT Icksburgbeer5(-er.uagliks-20cenn a botlle or taree Uule
iui vvuuui uuivi uui centi. da6 nnlf aglRU h(pil ValIey W)ne Co's..CuwtwJfc
20 cents per bottle, three bottles forW) cents. Fine assortment of Eastern and Key Meat Clgarv
from 5 cents to 2T cents. The flnett Kentucky Whiskies, such as Mdwnod, llazelwood,Jtl-
mltage. Monogram and Old Chicken Cock of '83 sold over (he bar. Nothing but doable stans
whiskies kept In stock. Olve moa call and satisfy younelf.
wtx.Ai. JOSEPH TOALUKIMIS. PrL
The Eeal Estate Broker!
Bargains in Town lots and Eancli Property
Cotton Block, on Cnnter Street, Next to Alley.
For the treatment of RefraCtOTy OreS,
Is now established in the Territory of Arizona by the
General Office Laboratory, Plirmiiv jXiAt
Cor. Pima and Washington Sts., X illKlIlAiau
For fiutliRrparfirulfirp. nildrep K. V. MAKLOW. Serrptnry.iT
Has not sold out as reported, but will be found at the olft
stand on Center street, doing first-clara work in
Shoeing Lirery, Carriage id Wtini iloim.
All work guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Kl Have for Sale Medicines that I Guarantee
11 to Cure, All Diseases ot the most
z Rebellious Kinds
Teiiow rever, m&icaiil; unuicia,
Stone in the Bladder, Gangrene,
Syphilis in all its Periods
yfttiligfe street, opposite Hnrtford Bank, east of postofBce. Thanix, AJi.