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VOLUME III ' . -, - BJSBEE, ARIZONA. SUNDAY EVENING, OC. J3E.i 2, 1898 "" NUMBER -102 '
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The Peace Commission Have a Job.
x JPAtoi. Oct. t. The American nnd
Sprtnish peace commiasionera nre
dtngcronrdy for apart on the questions
p atijtHPjeux.'fkteqq roncbdiplomats ,.wji
have conversed with both tho Spanish
and American members evonaasertthat
"L anlesa one aii'lo or the other1 backs down
,m fuatenal -peinU, tthewar is evidently
.not over. Tho Americana may rot have
to.eustain their domaods with a naval
demonstration. The position taken by
Spain is believed to account (or lior de-
aire to keep Btaacojn Cuba, ns long aa
.possible. Vith his army he could aer-.
iously embara9- the, IJnited States,
ahould negotiations bodealared off.
vFrench influence', howavor, which .is
-vory potent 'in Madrid, is tha't tho
Spaniards shall accept tho inevitable
and be reasonable. Frenchmen nre in
dignant at their Bpanieh friends (or
kaving learned, so. I it tie ifrom .thoir de
feat, lit has boon repeatedly suggested
to tho Spanish commissioners during
tho last' few days that a'f rank confession
of helplessness and an appeal to the
vcaaagnanimity of the victors would secure
J fer Spain the mostliber'al possible terms.
But the Spanish leaders have rejected
the suggestion as absurd. The SpunUh
demands are-stated to be substantifliy
as follows r
othing beyond .iiport and a coaling
. rstation'in'therPbilippines to be ceded
-, to the United States; a-favored tariff
tpi sdl her lost territory for Spanisii
tstilc3tho power Whose sovereignly
prevails at Manila to hear the -entire
Philippine debt, and should part of the
J island's remain to Spain, she may sell
to any other powwr; th,o entire Cuban
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r.debt prior ,to tlfeikwtirovolt to be sad-
Wasiuk-toni Octlc-For-Alie gpyprn
, ment of qur (jivereee colonies it is said
, the president .favors the. form of gov
vrMinent:ueed.by the District of Colum
bia viz., by commissioners appointed by
4tbo executive. ProsUlqnt.McKiqley.iit
iseaidis.lSenrtUy.in favor of such a
"government, with twoivili.ina and an
j.army, officer, constitutins'the 'boatxl of
..commissioiiers. Such commissioners
have, to a certain extent, absoluto pow
er, and this, the president bolieves,
would qporatc to cxcollent advantage at
,Manila, Havana, Honolulu and other
places bo far removed from tho central
Wahhivoto.v, Oct, 1. Secretary Long
nhas received complete estimates from
his 8ubor(.Mnnte8 regarding the amounts
they deem mtj :uy for tiie ojet.ition
,fofJilif!r respective departments during
...the. comingfiscal year. Their figures
foofup 47,00O,OO0, the largest peace os-
timate which has ever been submitted.
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Secretary Xong proposes td recommend
to congress an important ship building
prograinmo which will neceasitato the
expendture of considerable money dur
. tig ifiTe.next. four yeara.
'San Fxancuco, , Ocl. 1 The Hawaiian
f commissioners returned yesterday on
the ''steamer Gaelic. Little regarding
their work in tho islands and their prob-
,ble recomraendatjontf could be learned
though they wcro willing to talk of the
lienutied of the islands and their kind
and enthusiastic reception by the is-
glanders. Thoy did My, however, that
the islands nre, destined to enjoy great
prosperity in the near future, though
t all agreed thuC it would take an ini-
xaoiiso sum,cf money, to develop their
resources. It waa . intimated that
great consideration would.be given by
the compiittco in, its, report, regarding
(.tho'liivanton of tlieisUnds by orientaU.
A upecial meeting of the Bisboo' Fire
Department is hereby called for Sunday
evening, Oct, indat,.70 p. m, Busi
nesa of importance to'como before the
-mcetltif. Full attendance , requested.
By order of V. A OVERLOOK,
You can now nude your oldnrnilure.Jtablc atep in thovwar, and witn nothing
,Jor now? t B. F.Grulmm'.B. t- that ia diihonorablu or discreditable."
FIDELITY, AND GRATITUDE.
Fidelity and gratitude, it is paid,
flourishes- in, every soul, elevating and
cheering the individual with thoir influ
ences. Thoy aro among the cardinal
virtues th'at lift mankind, upward and
onward. Amid the adversities .pf life
thoy shine with the same splendor aa
.from thoihalla.of luxury. Fidelity has
'been the inspiration that crowned the
-niattyta .with a halo of glory; that has
almost deified the faithful, and immor
talized tho gratitudo of Pocahontas. It
(Stands hke an angel bv tho side of the
afllicted, unmindful of circumstances or
fluctuating fortune; adversity ennnof.
chill its ardor. It never hesitates, but
is always active; timidity is absolutely
foreign to this virtue. It enables indi
viduals to form communities and asso
ciations, and is a guarantea.of perpetu
ity. "Vithoutit -society would tuin
wlth.doubt, and.difltiust would resolve
iitiiutoreavagery, for confidence could
not exist between man and man. With
out it no svmpathy can. exist nor grati
tude have an abiding, ph-ce. (Devoid of
its feeling no law could elevate, no moral
motive move or teach. Without it tho
'iniasmiatic pestilence of selfishness and
greed would laugh at his neighbor's nn
giliahiand mock at his agony. Without
fidelity and gratitude chaoa vwoulden-i
gulf mankind in desolation -anil despair..
Tho wot Id has looked in vain to find
'more contemptible caricatures on man
kind' than .the faithless Judas and the
traitor Arnold. Yet we find tho Ari-
zona republicans rallying around and
snouting (or-.a puuiorm mui is as insin
cere aa'jhe protestations of Judas and
as false to Arizona's interests as tho
traitor Arnold was to the cause of Amcr
icals, freedom. They approve tho most
perfidious deed of political ingratitude
that ever;8taned the' name of Arizona.
They accept and applaud as .canons of
their faith statements contrary to evety
iuea thoy have hitherto advanced. They
attqntpt to gild their cause with respect-
ability!by thejpejeonality of their nom
inee. 'But duplicity pnd insincerity
will neet their doom in November.
ABOUT JU.0. BRQDIE.
Aj'Uona" tibnors''"and respects every
jlRough Itider who in defense of our
country's flag and tho principles it rep
resents faced death on the field of battle.
They belonged to no-i party, but to all.
parties. Tho cause they ifought and
6omo.died for. was the-,coninion cause
of. every .'American. That they would
'be faithful in the discharge of their du
ties and loyal to their convictions was
expected! But when one who has here
toforebeon an ardent advocate of tho
freo coinage of silver, and gold at the
ratio of 16 to 1 accepts a nomination
ifrom the hands of single standaid forces,
he no longer appeals to our admiration
on-acco-untof his fidelity or the sincerity
of his convictions. A vote for A. O.
Brodie is not an approval of the personal
ideas of the man i but an endorsement of
the platform upon which he stande. lit
matters wot what Mr. Brodie In the past
has done'-for the causo of silver; hlt
election now would mean that he should
represent the gold standard or be recre
ant to those who supported him. Can
the fleecy halo of military renown that
surroum.s Ida name hide the .issues of
this'Campaign? Will the people follow
in blind sympathy his misguided foot
steps? Arc Arizonau miners rand resi
dent voters to.be,. capivatedl4by a gold
standard platform gilded wihB.rodie'e
pei&onality? Does sentiment qbUerate
the life-long convictions of honest men?
Can, the can,?; of silver bo shrouded in
order to satisfy the ambition of one
man? No! (Xhe voice of Arizona is for
silver; her people will follow no stalk
ing horBO to destruction. Gazette
THE RESPONSIBLE ONES.
The New York Journal says :
'Tho democratic party, the democrats
iu congress, and aa liaa,bocn repeated
ly charged the democratic .press are
rcsonaibe for tho delaration pf war.
"Tho American people mo .rcsponsi
ble.for the war'a glory and for.ita tri
uinpha. 'Tho republican party is responsible
for tho. war's, mismanagement, for the
deaths, the needles sorrowa that mar
thn national rejoicing.
"Thu democrat in congress voted
freely tho funds to carry on the iluht.
Not a note of discord in the hico of tho
enemy only support for tho adminis
tration. "But the democrats were notconcern
ed in the corruption, nor conncctd with
,tho incompetence with which these
funds were disbursed. Nor wero the
democrats concerned in the cruelty and
criminal neglect of which Holdicrs.iu
camp have been victims.
' Whop ver will analyze facte and not
bo blinded by a hurrah campaign must
Bo that the democrats have been con
nected with every honorable and cred-
PoMTicMi parties are a necessity un-1
der our form, of government. It be
comes tbiluty of every good citizen to
ally himself with that organization"
which comes in closest sympathy with
hisiows. JRvery, detail of party man
agement, or tenqb of party faith,, or
nominee .for office may not suit him,
but once the voice of tho majority is
heard, tho dictates of good senHO, as
well as the obligations icsUm: upon
every honept party man, call for ins
active aid in furthering the party pur
poses. Tho time to question the plat
foim and tho nominees is before the
party organization has spoken v;hen
tho orders have been issued, tho true,
bravo soldier oboye them promptly,
even thengh he may mentally question
their propriety. Loyalty is an honor
ton, man, it is one ofijmtute's noble vii
tues that elevates .and cntbuacs man
kind in, all conditions.. it is in party
affairs a compliment to his intelligence,
to his honesty and to his earnest desiro
to accomplish eomethingfor hiscoun -
ttry. Party fealty springe from the ,
eamo manly impulse that makea us
faithful to country, to homo and to
friends. It io the political
who is to! be feared and dispisci. .'Let
those who-believo in the policy of Han-
jna, and gold as the only 'money metal,
.vote in accordance with their convic
tions. The democracy is asking no"
favors, its standard is upraised, and with
free and unlimited coinage of gold and
Bilver as its cardinal principle, it ap
peals to ovcry voter in Arizona who co
incides with it on that question to join
its ranks. Gazette.
Coi.. Wilson stands for all that dem
ocracy means. He stands for the fiee
and unlimited coinage of gold and silver
by the United States without waiting
for the consent of any foreign power,
font more equitable system of taxation,
whereby the great trusts and combines
that aro accumulating millions by ,vir
,tue.of laws of. favoritism, shall pay their
proper share of taxation, and against
government by injunction, a doctrine
that is fraught with the gieatcst evil
that can attack a free people; and last
but not least, for clean honest govern
ment of local affairs. Col. Wilson is an
"able and sincere advocate of tltoeo'prhV
ciple8 and as such will receive .tlio full
vote of his party and a large independ
ent vote, which will insure Jila elation.
cLmiiT the Democratic torch of justice
in every state, county and town
throughout the land. We aie assured
from national headquarters, and fiom
the political outlook all around us, that
democatic success in the coming elect
ion is certain. 'Let every democrat
buckle on his aimor and go forth to
slay at the ballot box, the political
paity, who, under the leudeiship of
Hanua, has plundered the national
treasury, and brought death nndstaiva
tion to the most patriotic army that
ever enlisted under the banner of fiee
dom. Down witii the men, who in the
faco of a foreign foe, plundeied the
nation, aud out. of the patriotism of
our gallant soldiers foiged chains of
death dealing destruction in older, to
enrich tho cohorts of Mammon.
A li, indications point to a glorious J
victory for tho demociats throughout
Arizona this fall. Tho effoits of the le
publican party to rule into office on the
glory achieved by tho Rough Rideis will
not eavethnt party fiom a ciushing do
fcat. The people ail honor and respect
Col. Brodie for his biavery aud coldierly
qualities, but they will not not bubmit
to having tho gloiy won on tho bloody
fields beforo Santiago iieed to cairyout
political schemes in Amonn.
Inn, democrats never hod a bettor
opportunity to elect the eutire ticket in
this county than this fall. A long pujl
and n strong pull all together will do
tho busincbs. Let eveiy democrat do
his duty and the result will not bo in
doubt. The same applies to evory
county in the territory, and tho nation
I'liyslcian and 8mreoij.
ELKCTItlCITy In tlieilhcuk-iof onicii, rhcmmirihiii, iicurnlla uuil Kuocial de
bility, cuinpleto nnil bct-t cicctrlcal upplluuccs
X-HAY Edliion'n most poworf ill. Tha only nienn of nbsoluto (linguosls In oertnln
fornu if dUciwei of women, dlhcuies of llor, hidneyk. tumors, uiut dU
enm of boncx uml joiiitn.
MODItltN SURfiKRY M.voiTlcolspiiili)i,tlth ovrjthhisr icnnheil to praetloo
Hxsptlft ami nntl-soptlc HiirKorj ; no blood plUdu, ci'jsliislasor Miiipuiatloii
., follunlus oiicriitlpiu. Iiioiant siircpons, mittiiuatpil metboila, vnuto
UYBAKDUAUDISUASItS-SIx years' work In this kpeula! Held. Crossed ojoi,
cutnrHot, pt!rjttun. ifranulnteil Hds, nUlniliimiiuitoryamtMirck'iildliseuH'v
of tlinojo troutttl. Yp, I IltfflnsMHj will correct mhfltyou cot from tlio
. truvelluv "opticlau." I Ueop till klndH, .tyles and prices hi yltu.uBS.1
CATAKHH, ASTHMA AND CHKOKIG SOltlJ THROATA pofcltlvoemo cuarnutoeil
In h11 enon treated. Chranlo torn throat, enlnnrod tolislU niwl moutli
brcutlilidVln ti, child lead to Jncurablooutnrili, viinntnt: oura and dcufno.
Mltr-ti'iith (if ull canes of totul iiIIihIuohj uttd doafacxj cmatiiilu from vuni
Ide cnaes. nt f )ivii Iteinultii;. 1 ifty purosnt of all .itmUuit:i uiul lift) ar
proplo need t;liii'tt?t.
RXCKI.t.ENT ROOMS AND TRAINED KUIWt?) fur putlonljiltequhlnc roimnncd
,. ti cut incut, mcb iwohitetrJoHl, or otlior.oaiuf, fotchicliiom udidla!io
OOlee-Jicad of JMaln;strcot.
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The republican managers of Illinois
have Btruck a new campaign scheme.
They will use a kinetoEcopo to show
pecnea of the SpanisleAmeriean war
and attempt in this way to mouse inter
est in the icpuhlican cause. Viewa of
tho interior of hospitals and of commis
sary depaitments will be studiously,
Tkuk tliere is plenty of gold in tho
United States tre-uuiy. It would be
panning Ptrnngo weiu it otherwise when
$200,000,000 in bonds wore Bold icueiitjy.
lint money in the tieasury is not all
that is wanted. Some c.tahii .the
pockets of the people is definable.
Fbqji every eection of Arizona comes
the gratifying neua lhat democrats aie
all in lino for Wilson aa delegate jo con
gress. Populists and Bilver republicans
too, aie enthuHMStio and Cojonel Wil
son bids fair to cany tho territory by
the largeHt majority on recoid. He is
ia ti'ue silver man
' 'own 111 uen.
WheelSr's district in
Alabama, says the Chicago Kecoid, they
i are having a peace jubilee preparatory
to leturmng the general to congrecs by
unanimous vote. Everybody might
join in the movement -and make him
honoraiv congressman at lare for tho
whole United States.
Senator Hoar doubtless winked
other eye when he declined to become
ambassador to England, to make a place
for anothor fellow in the senate. He
TnE lcpublican papers might repro
duce Some of tho articles they publish
ed last year en the wheat and silver
question. But then thoy won't, it
would injure their c.tubc.
TnE glad hand and tho bland xmile of
the candidate is n&w in order until elec
tion. After that, tho icy Ptaro and tho
the marble heart.
Ir our name is not on the register
you cannot vote. Remember this and
go and join the list.
Tun gold standaid means acarcorand
clearer money and an indefinite era o
fall ingjJ rices and hard tunea.
"Wttaojf, Statehood and Silver" are
the watchwords inscribed on tho banner
of the Aiizona democracy.
Coloni:!. Bryan ia still woriying Use
partisan republican editors. Ho can't
do anything to please them..
Tin: "F01 tunes in Cuba" advertise
ments arc beginning to appear, but' the
wise men will class them with other
get-iioh.whilfr'you wait schemes, and
keep the little mnnev ho ha.
When the people get n chance
will wipe the Algorism policy out,
of ro'urse the lepublican paity
China is coming to hei henpes. T- c
em pei or reeognizcu the newspaper og
the most important uid to the progress
of a people.
II. M. Woods today waa tho happiest
man in town, the occasion of it being
the arrival of a 11 pound boy. Woody
has not yet decided whether it wiU be
Hobson, Sampt-on. Schloyor Boo&cvelt.
Mr. James E. Foitell, of Burnt Houge
W. Va., has discarded all other diarrhoea
medicipea and now haudlcH onlv Cham
berlain's Colir, Cholera mid Diarrhoea
Remedy. He has used it in his family
and cold it to his customeis for years,
and has nolieaitatimi in saying that it
is the best remedy for colic and dinr
lhoea, ho has over known. It not only
gives ua relief, but effects a permanent
cui o. It is nlfeo pleasant and Fate to tnko,
making it an ideal remedy for bowel
con. plaints. Foi sale by tho Bi-bce
Drug Store. S
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