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THS ABI20NA EEPTJBLICAN: SATURDAY MOENIKG, JAKUABY 12, 1901.
O. W. VICKER8
8. M. McCOWAN
HARVEY J. LBHB
J. "W. SPEAR
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iThe universal admiration excited by
the exploits of De Wet has partly lost
sight of the fact that
DE WET our civil war produced
AND thrrn or four of his pro-
MORQAN totypes. Of these the
Morgan, Stuart and Forrest were the
most distinguished. It seems that mo
bility, cunning nnd daring wwre as high
ly developed by the forces commanded
by these generals as by those under De
Wet. Morgan's raids were wonderful
exhibitions of skill and endurance. The
first Important one was made Into Ken
tucky In 1862. He had ntver done any
soldiering until the war broke out. but
during Its course he employed 4,000 men
to effectually that hi- killed nnd wound,
ed about that number of the enemy,
and captured more than 15,000. This Is
his acount of the result of his flrijt raid:
"I left Knoxvllle on the 4th day of this
month (July, 1862), with about 600 men
and returned to Livingstone on thi- 28th
Inst, with about 1,200, having been ab
sent Just twenty-four days, during
which time I had traveled ove. 1,000
miles, captured seventeen towns, de
atroyi'd nil ithe government supplies
and arms In them, dispersed 1,500 home
guards, nnd paroled nearly 1.200 regu
lar troops. I loat In killed, wounded
and missing of the number I carrk'd
Into Kentucy about nlnjty." This ful
ly equals anything accomplished by
Generals stuart and Forrest were
close competitors of Oen. Morgan In
daring and success.
OTHER Stewart In June, 1862,
RAIDERS. stnrted off on a recon-
nolsance which was en
liven d by a number cf raids, during
which he made the complete circuit of
McClelland's army when It was In
front of Richmond. Ills force was only
2,500 cavalry and two pieces of horie
artillery, but with thesi he did an Im
mense amount of damage. It was the
information gained by thess raids that
enabled Oen. Lee to plan the opera
tions called the sevm days' battles.
Stuart continued these raids until
death In 1864. having tarned an un
matched reputation In warfare of this
kind. Oen. Forrest's chase and capture
of Col. Strelght's command In Alabama
In May. 1863, was one of the most rr
marknble feats of dartng and endur
ance during the whole war. In one of
Morgan's raids a remarkable use of the
telegraph wan made by a Canadian
named Ellsworth, a skillful operator
attached to the general's staff. By
tapping the wires he Interfered with
in arangements of the' federal gener
als .sending their troops In wrong di
rections by forged orders which he
despatched In place of those hi Inter
Reports which reach Washington
from the west indicate that the some
what flcklo and emo
MARK 't'ional Webster Davis
KNEW. not only baa found
i congenial environment
in the popocratlc camp, but that a
great wave of prosperity has engulfed
him since he foreswore allegiance to
thu republican party and espoused
Bryanlsm because the English army
may mean a mere cold or a
chronic incurable inflamma
tion of wind-pipes.
The quickest relief, for a
cold, is also the most effectual
balm for the worst condition
of wind-pipes and lungs.
It takes the edge off a cold
in a night, and relieves it pro
gressively one forgets it after
An old. bronchitis, however,
is- obstinate. Nothing re
stores the tissues, when once
destroyed ; and an old bronch
itis has gradually imparcd and
partly destroyed the lining of
those small pipes between
throat and lungs.
Scott's. emulsion of cod-liver
bil is the balm; it sooths if it
Wc'lltcndjroullttktotnr.lfjroulil "' "
JSCQTT & BOWNE, 409 Purl itrttt, Ntw York.
..., General Manager
.... Managing Editor.
,.. Business Manager
. .. Associate Editor
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street, N. W.
JANUARY 12, 1901.
was permitted by this government to
overrun Oom-Paul K.ruger's country.'
Mr. Davis was assistant secretary of
the Interior, aa weM as a republican,
until he visited South Africa. Now he
Is not only a popocrat of high degree,
but is also rapidly approaching the
state of that most hateful of all ob
jects to popoeracy, to-wlt, u plutocrat
with a big "P." He Is putting up with
Ms own money block after block of ex
pensive bulldlnns In Kunsas City. His
sudden tllght tc affluence, even better
than his experience In statefcmanshlp,
shows the opportunities open to "young
Absalom" in America, provided, of
course, every "young Absalom" has
the emotional temperament, the silver
tongue nnd the fiugnl habits of the
Hon. Webster Davis. We thought
Brother Mark knew what he was talk
ing about when he charged Mr. Davis
with accepting $100,000 from Oom Paul.
There Is about all the anti-lmperlal-lats'
clamor ovrr the Philippine- situa
tion the same lndellnlte
MORE TALK n:ss that appears In
ABOUT Senator Hoar's speech.
THE They arc eager for the
PHILIP- supreme court to dveide
PINES. that the constitution
follows the flag, Ignor
ing entirely the fact that If the court
were to decide In that wav all posslbll
ity to get rid of the Islands, of allow
ing the Inhabitants to rule thcmselvts,
would be destroyed. If the esurt so
hold then the Islands will be as much
parts of the United States as New Yoilc
or, Pennsylvania, their citizens -will bu
endowed with all the privileges of elt
zens of the United States, and the
present Insurrection will liL-come open
rebellion of American citizens against
the government, and those partlclpat-Ing-ln
It will be guilty of high treason.
It will be Imposlble .after such a deci
sion to treat the Philippine people as
the Cubans are being treated, for that
would Involve ultimate Independence,
and consress has no right to promise
ultimate Independence t'o the people of
any Integral part of Amsrlcan terri
tory. Thu only way In which the peo
ple of the Philippines could receive the
full privileges of citizenship would be
through the conversion of the islands
Into states of the union ,vlth all tht
tariff and other regulations which np
ply to existing states. This would pre
cipitate a condition of affairs compared
with which the present Philippine
problem would b? a trifle. In fact,
nothing except a constitutional amend
ment would enable us to solve it.
IThe objection cif iho Holland so
cialists to the payment of an $80,000
annuity to the Duke
PROVIDING f Mecklenberg-Schwe-FUNDS
rln In the event of the
A-PLENTY, death of Qut-en Wllhel
mlna, has stirred the
anger of Europe's girl queen, and It Is
said to require no telescopes to discov
er war clouds hovering over the Hague.
Tho socialists are unfeeling enough
to declare that Queen: Wllhelmlna's
fortune Is sufficient for the protection
of her future husband, and that , In-as-much
as Wilhelmlna "popped" the
question herself, she should be willing
to provide her husband's spend'.ng mon
ey without calling upon the fax-payers.
As for the Duka of Mecklenberg
Schwerln, he has maintained a dlscreVt
silence In the mattera silence- that as
cords vury well with hla bee:imlng and
almost girlish modesty and demeanor
when Wilhelrrna asked his hand. He
has wisely let his future spouse- con
front the cold; unromandc socialists,
and as a result he is now confronted
with the not unpleasant prospect of
having enough money to; make him li
able to the plots qf kidnappers.
Plainly there Is nothing of th? swear
ing Peitruchlo about Wllhelmlna's fian
ce, and the tllscovcry of that fact
ouglit to be worth $80,000 a year to the
Hollanders, who dread nothing more
than a thronu change that Is likely to
Involve a radical departure from tho
existing order of things.
The compromise agreement between
the Addlcks and the anti-Addlcks fac
' tlon In organizing thi'
TWO legislature of Delaware
MORE affords a. reasonable as-
SENATORS. surance of the election
of two republican sen
ators In that late. Tho republicans
control toth branches of the legisla
ture, but thi'Ir majority In each is so
blender that there has been grave dan
ger of a deal that would transfer' one
senatorshlp to the democrats. If thli
peril haa-becn averted, ns it seem3 to
ha vi been, by an honorable adjust-
' , f
.. , of th? Baok
That Is where some people fell
weak all the time,
They are likely to be despondent
and It Is not unusual to find them
borrowing trouble as If they hadn't
enough already. ' '
The fact is their kidneys are weak,'
either naturally or because of sickness,
exposure, worry or other Influences.
"1 am thankful to say." writes J. L. Camp
bell, of Sycamore, 111., "that Hood's Saraapa
rllla has cured me. For tunny years I was
troubled with backache. At times I was so
bad I had to be helped from the bed or chair.
I am uow well and strong aud free from pain."
What this great medicine did for htm It baa
done for othors.
Promises to cure and keeps the
promise. Begin treatment with
ment of factional differences on terms
that Insure two republican senators
from Delaware, the fact Is at one? for
tunate for the party und creditable to
those who have effected It.
New York friends of Mojor-Gtneral
Henry W. Lawton are complaining that
the bill to give his widow a enlon of
$100 a month has been amendrd In the
senate to the extent of cutting the
amount down to $50 a mmth. The
principle which apparently haM gov
erned the senate In thus cutting down
the nmount Is that the widows of all
urmy ofllcers killed In the line of duty
should receive a uniform f.'O.
Speaking of tho proposition to extend
the presidential term to six years, the
Cincinnati Enquirer (Dem.), contends
that the experience of 125 years has
shown that the fathers were wlo in
limiting thi" term to four y ars. There
Is no Just demand for a change. It
there shnirbl bo one .the term sbould bo
made shorter Inst nd of longer.
When It Is cold In Phoenix we know
It Is almighty rold 'in other localities.
Iowa. Kansas, Nebraska and all states
throughout the nerthwest heav been
vl<t'd by damaging snow storms.
Trains are delayed .wires are down
and stock Is freezing and starving to
death. Wo'l stay In Arizona u while
The Chicago Chronlcl" (Dem.), re
marking that a four years' term was
long enough for a bad president, and
that n good one can usually be re-elected
for n second one, concludes that If
the term were lengthened to udx years
the houss of reprfntai'is should have
a three years' term.
A couple of young ladles entered a
ealoen In an Illlnob toiwn the other
night nnd smashed the furniture and
mirrors and poured out all the liquor
In sight. Such proceedings will never
cure Intemperance. If they could the
drunkards themselves would have abol
ished intemperance long ago.
Edward Atkinson has helped the Fil
ipinos drive the Americans from the
Islands, and now he Is going tci anni
hilate our navy. He says ho di'spUes
It. Why can't ho take something
somewhere near his size?
Governor Shaw of Iowa Is already
being mentioned for the republican
presidential nomination four years
hence. We rather thlnk a gentleman by
the name of Roosevelt will have some
thing to say abbut that.
If Pettlgrew and a few ether sena
tors Just as pestlferotui would only let
up on the subsidy bill perhop.s the
country Would have tome decent
A Chicago University professor
claims that rait .taken In proper pro
portions, will prolong life Indefinitely.
We 8Upose Lot's wlfi' didn't mix her's
If 'the stars we see at night are1 plan
ets, as a scientist teU us they are, why
should th:y not' bo Inhabited? Why
should the earth planet be the only one
sustaining a population?
Students of the bible know that Na
omi -was 5S0 years old when she mar
ried. That fact ought to bring consol
ation to many a school-marm's hiart
as well as to others.
And as Bryanism died,
It gasped with Its latest breath,
"I know what's the matter with me.
I've talked myself to death."
The Republican knows of no more de
ferable building location now than
along the line of the new street railway
running out to the Indian' school.
Russia has twice the population of
America, and not half the energy and
enterprise. We are now shipping many
enrgoes C'f coal to that country.
The first trolley line In Porto Rico
begani operations the other day.
America furnished the brains and cap
ital ,of course.
Absence sometimes TnaUt.s the heart
grow tenderof some other fellow.
Wc suppose language is coiled the
mother tongue because the father sel
dom gets a chance to use It,
Matt Quay Is about, us Htubbom ac
they make 'em. He just , won't stay
We know a man whd etcusjd himself
for kissing servant girls on the groutld
that hn had domestic tastes.
Thi re are over BOO different kinds of
hard and valuable wo'ids In the Phil
ippines. When a woman marries a man she
takes not only his name, but nearly ev
erything e-lee the poor devil has.
There's one thing any woman can
throw straight -kisses.
TO THE LOSER.
So you've lost your race, lad?
Ran It clean, nnd fast?
Ilea ten at' the tape, lad?
Rough? Yes, but 'tis past.
Never mind tho losing
Think of how you ran:
Smile and shut your teeth, lad
Take It like a man!
Not the winning counts, lad,
But the winning fair:
Not the losing shame?, lad,
Rut the weak despair;
So, when failure stuns you,
Don't forget your plan
Smile and shut your teeth, (ad
Take It like a man!
Diamonds turned tot paste, lad,
Night instead of morn?
Where you'd pluck a rose, lad,
Oft you grarp a thorn?
Time will heal the bleeding
Life Is but a span;
Smile and shut your teeth lad,
Taki it like a mam!
Then, when sunset comes, lad,
When your lighting's through,
And the Silent Guest, lad.
Fills his cup for you,
Shrink not clasp t coolly
End as you began;
Smile and close your eye?, lad
And take It like a man!
F. C. Lester In January Success.
A PROMINENT CIHCAGO WOMAN
Professor Roxa Tyler of Chicago,
vice-president Illinois Woman's Al
liance, In speaking or Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, says; "I suffered with
a severe cold this winter which threat
ened to run Into pneumonia. I tried
different remedies, but I seemed to
grow worse and the medicine up?et my
.stomach. A friend advised me to try
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and I
found It was pleasant to take and it
relieved me at once. I am now entire,
ly recovered, saved a doctor' bill, time
and suffering, and I will never be with,
out this splendid medicine again." For
falo by oil druggists.
NOW IS THE
gjp; TIME TO BUY
...A Bearing Orange Grove
I have some of the best orange land
and groves In the valley for sale.
Twenty, 40 or 80 acres In grain and
alfalfa, ttwo and a half miles out, with
Five and 10-acre lots, close In.
Ranches of almost any size or de
scription. List of fine residences and
Agent for Swift & Cn.'s fertilizer.
E. A. SPAULDING.
No. 41, West Adams Street.
I have 1C0 acres In the beat
orange growirg section. Will
eub-dlvlde to nult purchasers.
You can buy this land on five
years' time. Interest is all
you have to pay. After B
years the crop will pay the
R. H GEEKNE
81 NORTH FIRST AVENUE.
NIOK WAGNER, Manager.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
January llth and 12th
Gorton's ES22H5 Minstrels
Present Newest, CoBtlieet, Up-to-
Uate FJtSATUKES. A HUOW
of Unusual Excellence.
3 BROTHERS REXFORD-3
European Acrobatic Marvels.
JACK SYMONDS Of Symonds-Hughes-Rastuii.
ED FOX He with the Eccentric
FRED SCHMITT Sweet Tenor. ,
HANK GOODMAN Pleasing Co
median. CHAS. VAN-Ralladlst.
J. HARVE BRIOOS Premier Basso.
GORTON and LEE, the Princes ot
High Class Muncal Comedy nnd Great
descent City Quaitette.
Gorton's Solo Hand gives Dally Con
certs. WATwIIJ WAIT! SEE.
Matchless Street Parade
Prices, 25, 50, 75, $1.00
all the Piano j-ou con bear of, and
theii tee the ,
Y6tt will then admit that al' Plant
are not made alike. Some are better
than others, and the Vose is ono ot the
best. It has many food points not
found In other pianos.
Bold for cash or on the monthly pay
We sell other makes of pianos at
prices and on terms that defy sompe-
H. 0. MOKHOW A CO., D. If. AKIN,'
II KABT WA aniNmoK mRKRT
To the Traveling Public.
Handsomely furnished hotel, entirety
new and fire-proof.
Is situated in
Possesses the quiet
elegance and comforts of a home.
Fine sample room; finely appointed
dining room; handsome wine room.
Baths and electric light, and bell In
every room. Rates to suit. Tel. No.
America! aid European Plais.
Bean ifal Parks
FOR j n .ow i (f
WHITE FOR RATES
AND ILLUSTRATED BOOKLET.
J. H. BOHON, Nor.
NO CONSUMPTIVES TAKEN.
H1K80HFELD & PERKINS,
Imported and Domestic
Wines, Liquors and
The BowUns Alter Is Oool. The
Bear Is from Cold Storata and is
Makes Their Mouth
When the epicure or sourmct looks at
the choice stock of Spring delicacies
that we are offering In Spring broil
ers, roasting chickens, ducks and
turkey. We have toothsome morsels
In Spring lamb, veal, prime beef In
steaks and roasts. If you don't And
something to tempt your appetite
here stop looking.
Cold Air Storage Market
S. J. TRIBOLET - 114-118 W. Washington
Hr the continuous-inhalation of air medicated fo as to apply direct to the ditrainl ,,
facl. remedial fHlcii!ariMl tn tlotrnv thf eprini ftml io hejil the (lmnfiKtd ti.Mit-8: lha s.,
periim Irfeituitnt iur the uxT,reiH iitiruoe (if
illMot caiuenf the dlieane; the general upbuilding of the patient and I he special teej,m,uj
aim irriimueiuPKUi uiu WPHierpeni jr a momugii biki sciviiuiir uriu iu imyiivi f iillur
atitl nulinonarr evanf-IIcx: cnuoird nlththe natural kdvaiibrix of a i.orf.a climate L,,i.
natural and Wtlflclal. The riill obtained at Ihli Sanatorium, with there combined int-thui,
o( treatment, are verr gratif'lug. and so railed Incuiablo luiituinptives arc cured, or wr,
muchlmproycil. Write for literature.
BALLARD PULMONARY SANA10RIUM - PASADENA, CAL
SO Nassau St., New York.
FISK & ROBINSON,
Dealers in Iivestaeit
.Deposit Accounts of Banks, Bankers,
Firms, and Individuals received, sub
ject to sight drufL Interest allowed on
balances. Correspondence Invited
from Corporations, Trustees and other
conservative Investors. Orders on the
New York Stock ExchangJ executed
on commission for cash.
HABVKT XOWAXD FISK.
8B0BQK H. ROBINSON,
Member Mew York Steak Ixcnaag
National liaok of Arizona,
CAPITAL PAID UP tlM.Mt
UTXi OANZ. President
Ob LEWIS, Tlce-PrestOemt.
. OBERFELDER. Caskter.
JOHN J. SWEENKT, Aast. Cashier.
Director: Kmil Qanti, Sol Lewli, J. V.'i
Bmlth, Char I c Uoldman, B. Oberfelder, . M.
Dorrli, Joi. Thalhelmer.
Tb Bank of California.. Ban Franclsoe
Laldlaw Co New York
National Bank of Commerce.. .St Louis
Nat'l Bank of Commerce. .Kansas City
First National Bank Chicago
Colorado National Bank DenT
Fanners' Merchants' Nat'l Bank
nwiaAlld&tiA Nafl Bank Tucson
Bank of Arlsoua Preseotl
Messrs. N. M. Rothschilds & Sons...
THE YALLEY BASK
or PHOKNTX AlUIONA.
Paid Up Capital 10,000
WM. CHRISTY, President
J. C. KIRKPATRICK. Vice-President.
W. D. FULWILER. Cashier.
LLOTD B. CHRISTT. Ass't Cashier.
rirafta Issued on all of tho Important
cities of the United States and Europe.
Discount Commercial Paper and do a
General Banking Business.
Office Hours: 9 a, ro. to S p. m.
M. H. Sherman, Win. Christy,
Bennltt, J. C. Klrkpatrlck. P.
Hatch, W. D. Fulrtller,
Lloyd D. Christy.
American Exchange National Bank,
New Qork: American Exchange Na
tional Bank, Chicago; First National
Bank, Los Angelea; Bank of Arizona,
Prescott, Arte.; The Anglo-California
Bank, San Francleco, Cab
CSTABLItHCD 1 503
Capital paid In J100.000.00
FRANK M. MURPIIT, President.
MORRIS GOLDWATER. Vlce-Prea.
HENRY KINSLEY, Cashier
C, O. ELLIS, Assistant Cashier.
FRANK M. MURPHY
R. N. FREDERICKS
JOHN C. HERNDON
E. B. GAGE
D. M. FERRY.
Accounts of individuals, firms and
corporations" solicited on favorable
t lota on First avenue near Van Buren
40 acres nnder Maricopa canal; Im
proved; alfalfa, well, house and barn,
160 acres, one mile from Phoenix, la
alfalfa; water rights Maricopa an
w. j, MURPHY. O'Neill Block,
IUveproYort to bo the bct, both in quality
and iirlply, fulnpteil to tilts climate. I am
prepared to till nit orders tlie ertmtntr pctton ht
tCWpr dozen uaclteil). or lilt of varlctiva
adlresiDWE TtBNBH, Box Ml.
Landscape Kitrdchluif una other work'at
tendud to. Leave oide s with Buxton & (Jo.
1 at Ik BALLARD
I P'toowy Sanatorium
ileatrnYJnff and rr inovltifir tlie kciiii which ait- tf.i
BLOOD, SKIN AND NERVE SPECIALIS
liy new method I CURE tntn and women ot niBi
arcuoe, nienuij uiwu fiuismi, m uibchmj &uu man
f tsv. My treatment U different from any other, an j
ttn no Injurious drnira, My tet ara within reach of.
Write me a bUtory of yourcaita, Hy proiionAi ofjij
loniiruiMW ao wiu paraifn ur v v. u. iruia ;
ntcdiclaa will t iwnt until ordered. Addreu
11L KLUBOX. Colorado Sprint. Colore
Hit ENGLISH KITCHEN
Regular Meals 25 cts
The best, cleanest and most comfort
ible dining room, with lunch counter:
m city. Short orders a specialty.
$5.00 MEAL TICKET $4.5(
TOMMY CO. Proprietors
Pacific Grotto's Old Stand, Xoi
and 27 North First St.
J. "WV AMBROSE, Prop.
Cor. Firit Ave. and Monroe St., Phoenii, Arlt
General corral and livery busing
Rigs chtap by week or month. Be
and sell homes and, mules on commit
Hlon. Saddle pontes, mountain rid
surreys and buggies rented by the da;
Congress Junction, congress and 0d
tare stags Line.
H. BLOOMFIELD, Proprietor.
Leaves Congress, 7:20 a. m.: Octavi
1 p. m.; Congress Junction, S:30. Ai
rives Congress Junction, 4 p. m.; Star,
ton, 10:3j; Congress, C; Octave ,11:)
Makes close connections with nort
and southbound freight trains. Fan
THE CLUB STABLE
North Canter 8trt.
Horses boarded by the day, week d
KBNB? OXOKOB, Vni
Phoenix, Tempe & Mesa Stag
Leaves Phoenix 3.30 a. m.
Return on yonrown time.
ralaDhona 204. Offoa.
L. W. COLLINS, Prod
One 'Dollar Saved
by waiting until you reach Marl
copa and take a nice warm, conw
fortable room at the New Ed'
wards Hotel. Train arrives 7:11
leaves for Tucson and El Paso i"
4 a, m. Give us your patronage
Sleeping Car Companies don'
J. Y.Edwards, Proprietor I
Basis of Strength.
Bread 1 Good Bread
Phoenix Bakery Brcai
Contains everything necessary to k '
tain life. It la mads of the finest '. ,
grade flour, by the most skillful bake ,
and In the most perfectly appsW1,
bake shops. Is pure, palatable a',
wholesome, o-elng light, it can b ' '
and digested by Invalid.
PhCrcnixBatery S Coofectione
EDWARD EISELE, Prop.
XUblUhed U8l. Telephone ,
7 Weat Waihlngton Street.
Moit attractive and most favored pUasare
bcalln resort u toe
CA8TLB CREEK HOT SPRW
Nowhere else can such a combine
of hot springs ot medicinal value a&l
mild winter climate be. found. I,
AN IDEAL PLACE FOR Rf
Out-of-door amusements prow
and) safe, saddle horses for the ml
delightful mountain trails.
'Hotoel accommodations .flrst-clasJ
every respect. Two hours hy wllif
from Phoenix to Hot Springs Junot
from which nolnt state leaves v
morning except Sunday for
Full Information and defcripf
pamphlet on application. AdJre-s
C. M. COLHOU". Manage
Hot Springs, Yavapai Co.. i
10 Acres on Central Aver.
Ratal Wavne. FORT WAYNE, IK
r t iH