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AlZOJNA WEEKLY REPUBLICAN: l'HCENIX. THURSDAY. FEBKl'ARY 23, IB3.
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WHAT DOES IT MEAN?
A few days ago the devotees ot parti
sanisni wero startled out of their UBiial
complacency by the appointment of a
Democrat to a high position by Mr.
Harrison, and speculations on his possi
ble reasons for it wero many in number
snd dome of them vastly amusing. The
Democrats were especially "put out"
by it, shying ut and snillling and snort
fag rnuud it, like n skittish colt at a
charted stump. They obviouily looked
at it as a kind of wooden horse of Troy
within which thoso perfidious Greeks,
tho Republicans, had concealed armed
men to bo smuzglod into tho Democratic
citadel, or mayhap a dynamite bomb
wi'h moat truculent and deadly intent.
It did not ecem to occur to them that it
vas possible for Mr. Harrison to be
actuated by a disposition to be fair.
Still Ices did they eecm to see that this
failure to attribute to him an honest
and patriotic motive amounted to a
severe reflection on themselves, a tacit
toiifoj-ion that, in like ciieumstance",
they would not havo been actuated by
fair and patriotic motives. And this is
a worso imputation than any frank and
honorable opponent would have thrown
upon them. So suspecting are they
that they handle it as gingerly as a
woman docs a dead mouse, stealthily
laying it aside for their chief butler to
Now comes what seems a well forti
fied story, blowing in from several
to'nU of tho compass at once, that Mr.
Cleveland is to appoint Judge Uresham
to s ?at in his cabinet, and onco more
rs-ti-sn "hearts are failing them for
fear" ot what thsso amazing "signs and
wonders" may portend whether, in
dued, they may not nortend a future
distribution of tho "cakes and ale" of
ifOue upon some principle difleriug
widely from that adhered to in the
Meantime the impartial outsider is
quito ai much puzzled for an interpre
tation. Ono moment ho is inclined to
wonder Hit Isn't a kind of repetition,
n a different field, ot the Fontenoy
iiii., the grotesquely chivalric
"(itfiitletnon will you please firo first?"
But this is only fantastically laughable,
em" ' nott moment tho puzzled ob
server is wondering whether there can
V any connection between tho post
ponement of Jackson and the promotion
fcf :!..nham. for "ways that are dark
and tricks that nro far from vain."
Hrct Herte's Ah Sin was a guileless
infant in comparison with the profes
sional politician, nnd tho gentloman
who is said to bo on thepoirltof pro
niotiiii Grcham and the gontlemen
wliii have 'continued" tho Jackson
tn.iu "m the next term" all belong to
that class. It cannot bo vory rank
horesy to euppoeo that, if tlicro ia any
truth in tho Urcslinm story, they
thoroughly understand each other.
Tho Canadian cabinet continues to
deny tho existence of any annexation
tontiiuent in tho dominion. And yet it
vi a" only lust week that n deputy col
lector of inland revenue at Toronto was
liamiNcd for participation in the agi
tation, and the organs of the adminis
tration continue to call loudly for the
punishment ef annexationists. Thus
far the agitation has been conducted
lully as much in an academic as in a
poli'ical sn"!e It has gathered its
strength from tho fact that it has its
rigiii in tho aspirations and ambitious,
as well as in tho necessities, of the peo
ple of tho country as distinguished from
tho official clues.
The Canadian government realizes
the bltuitlion fully. That is why it is
on unwilling that public discussion bo
had, and why it in visiting its wrath on
audi civil servants as may bo indiscreet
enough to voice their convictions. If
tlicro is no annexation sentiment in
Canada tho matter could bo finally set
tled by the holding of such a plebiscite
as tho Trades and Labor congress and
thcr bodies havo Biigtwsted. Such a
rote, if favorable to tho maintenance of
Canada as a colony, would confirm its
status for a century. But tho doubt of
the result stays the hand of Sir John
Thompson. He is no novice in politics,
and will accept no chances whero eo
nucli is at stako. Ontario could not be
depended upon ; Quebec is honeycombed
with tho annexation sentiment, and
with theso leaning toward a higher and
broader lifo with this country, the
utlier provinces would count lint little.
Hut there will be no trials for treason
in Canada. A 'trial for treason would
make history. Sir John A. Macdouald
threatened ono in tho suring of 1891,
but the matter ended when the threat
had been prvn.
AN IMPORTANT BILL.
One very important measure was yes-
teiday presented in the council by Hon.
V. T. Smith, member from Maricopa.
It was an act "To provide for the col
lection of taxes in the territory claimed
to have been illegally assessed." It
repeals the common law doctrine that
taxes onco paid, even under protest,
cannot be recovered back.
This act introduced, and which wo
hope will become a law, provides that
any person claiming a tax to be il
legally assessed before an action will
lio to restrain the collection, must first
piy the tax and then bring suit ncainEt
the territory to recover the same, and
this suit must bo drought within thirty
days after payment or bo forever
barred. This act further provides that
after a court of competent jur
isdiction declares any tax illegal
it shall be the duty of tho as
sessor to re-assess the property men
tioned in the iissutsment lolls and upon
which tho tax was hold to bo illegal,
within ten days after tho final determi
nation of suits where tho validity of the
tax was called into question and the tax
declared illegal. After such re-assessment
to give two weeks' notice
thereof by publication, deliver hucIi
re-assessment to the collector, and that
tho delivery to the collector shall bo all
tho acts and things required to bu
down to make such re-assessment legal.
As we said boforo we are in favor of
the act and hopo it will benmc a law.
There are instances in tho territory
where persons havo refused to pay their
costs to the territory, and thepo suits
have never been disposed of, and thou
sands of dollars ot unpaid taxes are
locked up in tho courts.
Judging of tho future by tho past
there is but little or no hope of a deci
sion ever being reached. This law will
place tho taxpayer whojean not afford to
refuse payment and bring suit restrain
ing collection on tho same footing with
others pecuniarily able to resist pay
ment of that which alone supports the
The question of woman suffrage is one
that will probably be brought to the at
tention of tho legislature this session,
but it is one which wo doubt whether
that body is Hble to act upon intel
ligently with regard to the vlewB of
their constituents, as tho subject was
not an issuo in the late campaign and
has not generally been discussed
throughout tho territory.
In view of the fact that tho early ad
mission of Arizona as a state is proba
ble, and that a new constitution will
have to be framed, it would seem a fair
proposition to leave the question of
woman suffrage to that convention and
let the friends of tho measure secure, if
possible, tho election of delegates to tho
convention favorable to their ideas.
This would bring It directly beforo tho
people and givo them an opportunity to
express their wishes upon tho subject.
Then what would etill be fairer let the
constitutional convention, if it eo de
sired, submit to tho peoplo the clauso
granting woman suffrage separately from
tho constitution itself, eo that the people
might again vote upon-tho measure and
adopt or reject it as thoy pleased.
The question is a serious one nnd no
legislator can aflbrd to vote upon tho
matter blindly as ho would now be
bliged to do. Let tho wholo matter go
over for the constitutional convention
or a state legislature to pass upon.
Asido from tho fairnessof tho proposi
tion to permit the voters to decide for
themselves whether or not they want
woman sufTraco, there is a cold business
view to be taken. In the conservative1 and
older settled communities, in all of the
eastern states, tho opposition to woman
suffrage among all classes is widespread
and tho prcjudico that would bo en
gendered against Arizona should this
legislature adopt the measure would be
of incalculable injury, when so much
now depends upon capital and immigra
tion from these sections.
Wo therefore hope that the present
legislature will do nothing rashly, and
that there will be no legislation which
is impractical or ridiculous, or that
would result in prejudicing outsiders
We havo reached that period in our
existence when romance and sentiment
should givo place to cold, practical
business affairs. There is much valu
able legislation to occupy the time of
the legislature, and this body can do a
great deal towards restoring confidence
in our securities and our resources, and
building up the industries of the terri
tory, to soon to become a state, with
ut wasting time upon will-o'-the-wisp
uestions that will not add a dollar to
ur wealth and may result in keen
ing immigration and money from coming
Wo do not believe there is nnv immi
nent danger of such legislation, but
from thoughtlessness or other causes
the legislators might bring about such a
Kulical changes in our laws should
not ho made without tho consent of the
peoolo, and especially should there be
no radical and unusual enactments now
that we are upon the verge of a
constitutional convention, and while
the commonwealth is in that
embryotic state, depending so much
unon capital and immigration from
A CHICAGO SWINDLE.
Kconomical persons aro warned about
a swindling scheme which r cent forth
to an unsuspicious public from Chicago.
It refors of course to cheap living dur
ing the Columbian exposition. The
circular is tho worst sort of a fraud, as
it offers reasonable board in buildings
which exist only in the mind's eye and
will exist nowhere else. Tho scheme
usually takes this form :
A circular is issued containing, firet,
a sorrowful narration of the over
crowded and vicious condition of the
city. Next it is proposed that the re
ceiver of tho circular join a club. In
order to do this ho must first pay for a
certificate of membership, which costs
from $5 to CIS. Thm gives him nothing
exceut a gieat many ethereal, rose-
tinted promises. Tho circular is
artistically printed. In some cases it is
emblazoned with a crest. It contains a
rosy account of a massive hotel tho club
is building, towering high mid dt-.keJ
with minarets and domes. Scenes
from the interior of the great hotel, giv
iig inns! inviting corner.-.if h
divan, princely rugs and costly bric-a-brac,
are printed on tho best paper with
the bst of ink. In every case, tho ex
cIusivenesH of the hotel is dwelt upon.
Wide piazzas are described in glowing
entlitieinmn ; the breuK of the wuves on
the lako shore is told with nootienl
Of course tho whole thine is a fake
and those who pay in their $5 or $15
simply learn that this is a very wicked
world and that extremely few people in
it are to bo trusted.
Tee legitimate board of public com
fort at Ctiicago is naturally disturbed
by these schemes and ono cannot bo
surprised thereat. If Chicago is to be
billwl throughout the country as a den
of thieves, whero women daro not eo !
unattended by tho sterner sex, tho
world's fair will lose many visitors..
The great exposition will rail In a class
which spends little money and is apt
to be taken in by bogus advertisements.
Therefore it is well to be advised in
A GOOD BILL.
Notice h.ii beeen given that a bill
will be Introduced prohibiting rail
ways that carry passengers from run
ning mixed trains. This is a splendid
bill and should become a law.
The outrages porpotrated upon the
people of Phtcnix by the Maricopa &
Phoenix railway will thus in a measure
be corrected, and eoveral other hills
prohibitingeimilarabuses will also soon
be introduced. If tho legislators desire
any points as to tho poor service
furnished by this line they can se
cure them irom any man, woman
or child in 1'huenir. No person who
has been obliged to travel over this
road would make the trip again if pos
sible to avoid it.
But tho bill prohibiting mixed trains
is especially good, and its paango
should bo pushed. No measure will be
of more interest to the city of l'lue
nix, and every citizen should con
stitute himself a committee to see that
it does puss and become a law.
Mr. Hubbell of Apache county, has
introduced a bill entitled: "An net to
define tho qualifications of persons
elected or appointed to office." that
should and will meet the approval of
the Spanish-American citizens of Ari
lonu. As tho law now stands no person un
able to read and writo the Englit-h
language is eligible to office. Mr. Hub
bell's bill provides that any person able
to read and write may hold office, bo
that persons ablo to read and write the
Spanish language only aro eligible.
Mr. Hubhell's hill is ai follows:
Bk it enActxd nr the legislative assembly
Or TIIK THKIITORY Of ABitONA
Suction I. No person who caunot 'end and
write shall be eligible to hold any territorial,
-.unty, precinct or district offlce In the terri
tory of Arizona, whether tho came be elective
or appointive, and no certificate of election or
commission shall lsiue to persons o disquali
fied Skq. 2. Hoards of supervisors shall be sole
Judges of the qualification required by section
1 of this act, when the question arhes over the
election or appointment ot county, precinct or
dlstrl. t o nicer ordepatles, and the governor
shall he the J ldge In cases arising from the
election or appointment of territorial o Ulcers,
subject, however, H a'l Instances, to a review
on appeal or certiorari to tie district court of
the proper county.
Hec. 2. all acts and parts of acts In conflict
with this act aro hereby rcpeale 1.
fcKC. 4. This aet shall tale eflect and be in
force from au I after Its passage.
CAPTURE OF THE KID.
The house bill authorizing the gov
ernor to olfer a reward of $5,000 for the
capture of the "Kid" Jenifer aliie is a
goo.i one and should become a law.
Also the proposed amendment offering
S250 for each or any one of the "Kid';."
followers should become a ptrtofthat
Uut it makes no difference to tho ter
ritory whether ho is captured by sol
diers or civilians, and the reward
should be open to all competitors. It
is'the "Kid" dead oraliie that we want
anif it is worth $5,000 to rid the country
of this terror to all along tho border.
The rep nation nf the territory is not
affected by publishing this to tho world,
except that it is to the credit of the
people to suppress at any cost this out
law and bandit.
Let the bill become a law ot once and
place no restriction upon the reward.
'Make it open to anyone.
Tiio follow inn from tho Journal Miner
meets with The Kkpuiilicas's hearty
A petition Is belli? circulated in Preco t for
the appointment of Sm. F. Webb.ofthe I'hoj-
nix Gazette, as c moi'tor of customs for this
territory. It Is receiving the signature of every
' r,..Uilc i Mr. "Vehhi, ii.,i ,, -. ,,f
Arizona's foremost citizens. He has repre
sented Maricopa in one or two sessions of the
legislature, and has been Identified with the
Gazette for two or three years. He is well
qualified for the position, and If Mr. Cleveland
pursues the policy credited to him appointing
only successful business men to positions of
trii't ho can not well alTord to overlook Mr
Weuo, us he Is one of Arizona's mut successful
buslne-s men. Although advised recently
that ltcpubllcan papers coull bet.help their
uoiuocriiic menus ny silence, tne Journal
V ot i.ii lun'Mii sh t-t, but In ihe In
terest o( tecnrlng the very best men possible
for tho various oitlces, heartily enrton-cs the
cnuilhlaCT of Mr. Webb for collector of cus
toms NEW STOCK LAW.
T"e lve-t"ck eumttry cunniLsMon ie
engaged in drafting a bill for early in
troduction into the legislature which
will greatly aid that body in tho per
formance of the duties for which it was
urcatcd. It ie intended to revise the
present system of recording brands in
counties under which it is nossiblo that
there may be as many different brands
as there are counties, a circumstance
which easily caueee confusion and Ios.
Tho bill will bo modeled in this respect
after the New Mexico low, which makes
tho secretary of the commission tho re
colder of brands for tho territory.
Other important features will also be
A company has been lormed in Ta
oma, Wash., to extract gold by a sec
ret process from theeands of tho Pacific
Gold has been found in the
band of the ocean beach at many places
along the pacific coast fiom the straits
of Juan de Fuca to Southern Cc.lifornia,
but only in small and widely separated
stretches does it exist in sufficient qnan
lies to pay for working it by processes
so far known. It is believed the eold eo
found does not eome fmm the land, but
is washed in from some hidden reef in
the ocean bed.
Mn. Bkkwkk, Mr. Hunt and Mr. Hur
ley aro among tho young and useful
members of tho house.
Tiik LEaisLATUUK.will not convene to
day on account of being a legal holiday
Washington's birth day.
As btkitinq stones to tho presidency,
cabinet positions are proverbially slip
pery and nrcrnin, Mr, tnhnm.
Tiiekk is a good deal ot money on the
Pacific elope. The banking capital of
San trancit-co is now over 200 millions.
Most op tue members will remain
during tho session. Arizona distances
are too great to admit of many visits
Si'kakkr Baxter makes a splendid
presiding officer, giving evidence that
his unanimous election was an honor
Tiik lkoislatuiii: will take a fresh
start Monday. It has accomplished a
irood week's work and is thoroughly
organizing without friction.
Hon. J. A. Mahsiiai.l, of Maricopa,
has no bills to introduce, but he will
look to it carefully that no bad legisla
tion passes. The people did well in
It lookh now ah if there would be no
partisan legislation, and that both Re
publicans and Uemociats would work,
together harmoniously for the greatest
good to the greatest number.
Kansab HAri been represented in the
United States senate by nine Republi
cans, one Populist and one Democrat.
When will tho Prohibitionists tako a
whack at the persimmon bpgh?
Ir the nexi secretary of the interior
doesn't take to signing himself Hoque
Smythe all will b well with him but
official life in Washington is full of
temptations to that sort of thing.
Peace iikkins once more in Kansas
and the cornstalk militiamen have gone
home to tell their sweetheart of deeds
of valor they would have done if an
actual conflict had mcurre 1.
The llerahl has pissed thr-ngh a variety of
experience In Us time, but it has never before
been lalrly and squarely "held up" In the rcgi
lar ' stand and deliver" style. Herald
We pity the foolish fellow who did it.
That $7,600 was spent long ago.
GitM)M MoitroitD reters to the
members of the 'legislature through his
paper a automatons. Before Grandma
gets thiouzh with them, however, he
may conclude that they are real live
Kefohmku Hi:ti.LV, of Cochise, could
save. the territory mony by resigning,
or perhaps in his zeal for economy he
may conclude o return his salary to
the treasury. We expect a great clpal
from lteilly and shall keep a watchful
eje upon h'm during the f-eesion.
The dill prohibiting the runnine of
mixed trains will pass both branches of
the legislature and become a law. It is
a. boon to Phoenix and passengers will
not bo obliged to stand tip in cattle cars
between here and Maricopa as at pres
Blaine is a man of whom a good bi
ography is possible, but the lamily
must not be selfish about it. Gail
Hamilton is suggested as the biogra
pher of Mr. Blaine. She wouid be euro
to prod u en a readable book, but other
histories on tho same theme would still
have a field.
Mn. Hoke Smith, of Georgia, protests
to a Washington correspondent that he
has no aspirations for a place in the
cabinet. But if there were to be some
thing in the shape of a unanimous ap
LOil made to Mr. Smith on the part of
theAmerican people, it is doubtful if he
would have the heart to refuse them.
Hon. Dvvid Fouthwick, of Mohave
county, is ono of the few members of
tho assembly having had previous legis
lative experience. In addition to his
experience, he has resided for twenty
years in Arizona, is broad and liberal
in his views, and his services will be
The woklu's faik building for Ari
zona is nearing completion and is eaid
to bo a verv finn edifiee. Afnnli rru,1if
ie due Hon. S. P. Belmn who has been
6lnB lno mailer ms personal atten-
tion, and has overcomo many obstacles
in securing a building of which r:zonn
visitors to the fair will feel justly proud.
The Topeka Journal says a large
number of boys in Kansas never eaw a
beer mue. Very true. The fact is that
a large number of men in Kansas don't
see beer mugs nowadays. The article
is served in email glasses. Prohibition
does prohibit beer mues.
A man who will charge the United
States $7,600 for doing J500 worth of
work is hardly the person to accueo
members of the leeislaturo of attempt-
ing to defraud the government Yet
we havo a epectaclo of that kiud in
A Syracuse court has settled the
question that khsiug a woman agahist
her will ie in no respect a part of taking
tho census of the United States of
America. Mrs. Samuel Wileon, of
Skaneateles, brought euit against John
T. Doyle) a census taker, for forcib,
taking a kiss as well as the census a A
a Syracuse jury has just awarded' he
?250. The award is none too large r!
ie proper to keep the public Ijusi'neei
entirely separated from purely prlva.
The Repuhlican has plenty of tart
bone on the subject of woman tuffra...
It it uppntrd to it nnd all other racf,raj
and impractical legitlalion that uxll pr, .
udice eattern people arid eattem capuaj
againtl vt. Will Grandma Morford now
stop scheming to cut down some mem
ber's mileage long enough to ette
whero he stands on that or any other
Hon. Chaki.es Shannon, counn.man
from Graham county, is an ouJi.mj,
in Arizona, being the firet man ,
Clifton, where he has laree mm nzm.
terests. Being thoroughly conversant
with mines ami mining, which is one of
the greatest industiies of the territory
Mr. Shannon is a valuable acquis ,loa'
to the Solons, and being a nmn of ,ln
questioned uprightnei-H and integrity
wholesome laws fostering that industry
may be expected.
Fiiank M. Kino, of tho (Jaime a5
yesterday elected assistant cIuh nerk
in tho council. The choice of th c,un
cil ie a wieo one. Mr. King i9eun.
nently qualified for the poeiuur) t0
which h has been aeeigmd ,3
familiarity with the duties of ln .flice
and his wide acquaintance thr.,ugtluat
the territory, formed in the r-urne of
several yeare' newt paper work mate
him a peculiarly valuable man
Hon. A. C. vVuiout, the tainted
afsemblyman from Cochise, was a good
selection as a member of the committee
on mines and mining. Ur. Wrnt is
thoroughly conversant with the wava
and habits of those wiio delve m . the
depths of tho earth after the pren.ajs
metals; and coming from Bisbee ..neof
the greatest mining camps in .r1(j,
his assist nice in framing sati-fac :y
laws relative to thi great industry ill
be of incalculable value.
Tothe oentlemk.n in the leg's a' are
who favored The IIepi dlk t !&
their eupport yesterday we mp- 0
express our thanks. We hei't,at
the legislature acted wifely in oi lennj;
the proceedings printed in tde to
leading party newspapers of the err
tor' and that the people wii nppr.ve
it. But The IUiitbucn- a re f
ize that "to tlien'ietors liel 'g-ne
ipoils" and thpre would have -n, ro
kick from us had the pioceed'ng- n
ordered printed cxfl'ifivelv p
Gazette. However, we are in 'hhi
for business, and we appr- '.- 'tie
official recognition given -Tia Hri nu
can yesterday as a valuablo medium
through winch to reach the pn'i " -ml
aNo the contract awarded ns V to
the proceedings printed in Tin- It n
lican and Gazette theie will bt'v--,-v utt
peoplo in Arizout, indeed, wti m t
know what tli Wil iture h .1 i
PEOPLE OF MANY LANDS.
The Duke of Sutherland is redited
with owning- 1,3."S,545 acres in the
United Kingdom, nnd to possess a rent
roll of more than J'00,000 a year
A i.raxi, separation has beer pro
nounced between Maurice Iierr.'...'- t
and his wife. Princess Jabl"n siu.
In her demand for this ieparatinn Mme
Maurice Bernhardt declared that hir
personal fortune was endangered bv
the prodigality of her husband
M. Ci.emesceau is one of the few men
who cannot be interviewed Wneo a
reporter goes to sec him and aste
"What do you think of such and such
thine?" M. Clemcnccau always an
swers: "Let me hear what you tbnn
first,"' And the conversation us.ua j
Gl,tfiTOXE was born in the woic
year as Abraham Lincoln. Thi name
of Lincoln now seems almost cnslmnca
in ancient history. Vet Gladet"n is
still enjjajred in the difficult task if
contemporary statesmanship. The gulf
stream of youth sometimes flows into
tho icy seas of old age.
, A wt unonooM in chains was n d- v
married in St. Petersburg Alexander
Pctrovitch had been tried for murder
There is a gentle
Dyspepsia, man at Malden-on-
the-Hudson, N Y.,
named Captain A. G. Pareis, who
has written us a letter in which it
is evident that he has made up bis
mind concerning some things, and
this is what he says:
"I have used your preparation
called August Flower in my family
for seven or eight years. It is con
stantly in my house, and we consider
it the best remedy for Indigestion,
and Constipation we
Indigestion, have ever used or
known: My wife is
troubled with Dyspepsia, and at
times suffers very much after eating.
The August Flower, however, re
lieves the difficulty. My wife fre
quently says to me when I am going
to town, 'We are out
Constipation of August Flower,
end I think you b3d
better get another bottle. ' I atn also
troubled with Indigestion, and when
ever 'I -am, I take one or two tea
spoonfuls before eating, for a day or
two, and all trouble is removed."