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IHASDIAN PUBLISHING CO.,
UhHyIB . Fox, - Sccrotary.
ffANlil MANAGER JOB DEPARTMENT
OTJIDAY, APEIL, 6, 1895.
Ei?ar ,n advance. S2.00
tress all Communications
The Guardian Pud. Co.,
WfckHEW BIT OFTEN.
francis J. Honoy has writton a
;or.Inlact Francis J. .uenoy
ntten sovorsl lotters, but un-
v;niuncaa casiurn kuuuuuiuh
'd'ct So California and
&l years, and on corn
er? riioTound his wifo tho mother
;. ' . ,
children, ana wno
tho circumstanco to his
wing "writ often." Honey's
have born no such fruit. Ilia
pjoa't effusion is in tho Los Angles
tftpf Ky ndav last, and is a
SSe"aga1nst tho nowspapor men
I Arizona. This whilom
General of Arizona
f proposes that our
s, shall know what manner ot
n onr? bland and ed-
riFaro. Ho shows flint unrlnr ft
TnSnvtorinr thnv hirto a blank
JDvitifrnloud heart. Their fingers
royjong and sinowy, and their
anuVnro at all times doop into
jiotpublio treasury. They would
ill'wear diamonds as big as coal
y,uttlos wore thoy not afraid tho
ooplo would got onto their
No doubt thoy
fufd keep up this plundering of
? public treasury but for tho
oly djcovory of this
ra....4W. who attcrrTwo years in
dM3fllco, mado tho discovery that tho
previous administration had got its
fins on S2G.000 illogaly. Ho did
good policy to com-
,.SSU ...,. n
co an action lor ino rooovery oi
'money as it could bo used as a
& coup in tho fall olections.
(Mas used but tho coup did not
uorr,1 ho deep oyed villians
wmtqw tho $26,000; tho editors
jving dcopor and doopor into
ffircasury, and Francis J. Honey,
ncoYttornoy General of Arizona,
'Attornev General no more, is
ling Iettors Mohave Miner.
SENATOR CALL'S INFLUENCE.
Jovcrhoard a Southerner speak of
Vutor "Wilkinson CJiT as "that
tl" asked another Florida
cracker to what ho attributed
jfal 1 Vpopulanty.
. "Popularity?" ho said, looking
surprised. "Ho aint got any that
Ilknow of that is,.not in Florida,
Among tho best people"
jjllow docs ho manage to hold
mpjenatorship?" I inqnired.
gbh! well," ho laughed, "Call
tfijMhc fool soino folks say ho is.
knows his game. Ho s ono ot
fiiolitioians. He travels through tho
Jfjpnu'y woods and sand-banks with
KJiirt shiit, tail out of his breeches
"'ami his liairon top of his hat, shakes
tOH SAljULjCU I
,1iaiids with all tho farmers and ab-
WSg peoplo who wear good clothes
.flfffo ! boats any man in the world
tho mending racket.
v.heii jjhotslays all night at a farm-
ersc . ., , , ,
suvs to too host at
ggodMny pants this
tcc oni in to your
to mend om?
'1,1 Ul Ul-
THE VOLUME OF MONEY.
Ono of tho favonto stock arguments
of journals which havo only
a dangerous smattering on tho subject
of monoy, but which feel called
upon to denounco all practical
means ofrohabilitatingsilvcr,is that
thcro is plonty of currency. These
dispensers of gold bug doctrine toll
us that tho demand for tho froo
coinago of silver is a humbug, and
that wo must not drive gold out of
circulation with tho threat of silvor
thongh, in fact, gold is driven out
of circulation by the singlo standard
gold policy. Silvor is tho
monoy of tho country and gold is
praotically a commodity hold by
usurors for tho purposo of preying
on tho necessities of tho government
necessities created by mistaken
policy of tho Government
Tho monoy that is locked up
in tho hands of tho affluent, and inaccessible
to those who aro in debt
and havo boon crippled by tho general
dopro3sion. ifonoy in tho
bank vault does not help tho community.
Monoy among tho
is needed to holp out of tho
pinch. Tho population of tho
country is increasing at a tremendous
rato, and under normal
thoro will bo a like increase
in labor and business and a pressing
need for more of that which
is used as a medium of exchange of
values. Even if wo should admit
that thcro is onough ol what is ordinarily
called mbnoy for tho business"
of tho country, thero is still
a most pressing necessity for tho
froe and unlimited coinago of silver
and for tho release of gold
from tho thralldom in which it is
held through tho monometallic policy.
A New Party.
The constant readers of The En
quirer will bear witness that it has.
constantly and persistently advocated
tho doctrines of tho Bimetallic
Loaguo, and recognizes this
supromo issuo to bo between tho
gold standard, gold bonds and
bank curroncy on tho ono side and
tho bimotallic standard' no bonds
and Government currency on tho
other. Wo do not boliovo that
pormanent prosperity will over
come to this country until silvor is
recognized as a constitutional
monoy on a parity with gold, nor
until all bank issuas of currency
aro suppressed and tho function of
supplying tho paper currency is
reclaimed and oxercised by tho
If satisfied that tho organization
of a now party was tho quickest
and best way of attaining tho proposed
results wo would welcome
tho coming of a now candidate for
popular favor. Tho history of independent
based upon a singlo idea, docs not
furnish any instances of success.
Thoro can bo no mistaking tho
fact that tho doctrines advocated
aro distinctly democratic, and aro
in harmony with tho traditionr of
tho party of Jefferson and Jackson.
Tho friend of tho full
of silvar has no occasion to
read himself out of the Democratic
party. He should unite with
others who aro like minded to reclaim
the organization from tho
control of traitors. "Wo boliovo
that a majority in both tho old
parties are in favor of tho unlimited
coinago of silver, but it will bo impossible
to get thorn to abandon
their party organization. If wo
aro right in this conclusion tho Bimetallic
Leaguo will delay instead
of hasten tho legislation which wo
so heartily approve and desire.
Whilo wo aro very confident that
this now party will not attract to
itself any very largo following it
may havo an influence in shaping
tho silver policy of tho older parties.
Tho outlook for silver seems to
grow brighter. Tho stand taken
by Germany lias encouraged tho
friends of tho white metal, and
even in tho eastorn part of our own
country, tho scat of goldbugism,
now friends aro flocking to the
standard. It is recognized to bo
more than probablsthat tho international
conference will result in
Sraii " uiiuuittJIIU OWU1U
aro oy nermany, rrance and tho
United States, at least. Mesa Free
Of tho registered voters 'of Chi.
cago 72,289 reported themselves"
Jjroij5Cd cctizons. -wonder
A bulletin just issued from tho
United States Department of Agriculture
gives a conciso description
and history of tho peanut, togothor
with notes on its cultivation and
uses. As is wen Known, tins is not
really a nut, but, more properly, a
ground pea. Analysis gives tho
peanut a high rank as to its food
value, sinco it contains 29 per cent,
of protein and 49 per cent, of Int.
and it should bo classed with such
concentrated foods as tho sojabcan
and cotton seed, whilo tho vines aro
superior to timothy hay as feeding
stuff and, ot courso, would Do equal
or superior to clover hay if any
considerable percentage of nuts
wcro left on tho vines. Tho aver-ago
yield of peanuts in Virginia is
about twenty bushols to tho acre,
and in Tennessee thirty-two bushels,
but fifty to sixty bushols ought to
bo an avorago crop, and 100 bu&els
not an uncommon yield. Fair peanut
land, when properly treated,
should produco fifty bushels to tho
aero, with ono or two tons of excel
lent hay in ordianry seasons.
Four million bushols aro annually
raised in this country, which is
only about one-seventh of tho crop
of tho world. Millions of bushels
aro used in tho Old "World for tho
production of oil, in which these
nuts aro very rich.
That farmer is mistakon who
says he can not afford to follow improved
methods of keoping good
stock, says a writer. Bather thero
is no farmer who can afford not to
do these things.
Do not attempt to grow a crop
of some now variety of corn. Stick
to the old kinds until a plot has
been used of the newer kinds by
way of experiment. Corn that
may thrivo well and givo largo
yields in somo sections, may provo
a miserable failuro olsowhero.
Tho climato and soil must be considered
when procuring seed.
Mr. Colvillo, botanist of the United
States Department of Agriculture,
says that it is a fact, well
known and admitted by European
importers, that American clover
seed in general maintains a higher
standard of purity than that from
any other country in tho world.
This .is owing largely to tho fact
that American seed-cleaning mach
inery has reached a higher state of
perfection than that ot other
Ewes that aro suckling lambs
should havo somo grain, especially
if they aro given roots or other
succulent food to increase tho flow
of milk. Thcro is always profit in
making tho lambs grow rapidly, as
tho larger and fatter thoy aro the
better prico thoy will bring per
pound. It is just as possible to
increase tho yield of milk from
ewos as it is from cows in the dairy
by good feeding. By keeping up
the practico for several generations
breeds of sheep that aro superior
for milk may bo established. This
will bo especially necessary if
farmers grow the breeds that
twins and occasionally triplets
at a birth. Most common
sheep aro so poor milkers that ono
lamb is all thoy can provide for,
and they need good feeding at that.
A now sourco of butter has been
discovered by tho Cornell Collcgo
of Agriculture. It is found in tho
whoy, a waste product in cheso
making, which has therefore been
only fed to hogs and not thought
very good for them. Tho discovery
is a method by whicli tho butter
fats, always present in whey,
can bo separated and used in making
butter. Tho separator machine
is used. Tho saving will bo
in a largo cheese factory to pay
for a separator in a short time.
It means a saving to Now York
dairymen of full 81,000,000 worth
of butter per year. Tho butter
mado by this process is said to bo
of excellent quality.
Sinco a largo quantity of seed
and labor aro required to produco
ft crop of potatoes, says tho Country
Gentleman, much pains should bo
taken to prepare the ground and
cultivate it, beforo and after the
potatoes havo grown, in the best
Tho potato is a plant
and therefore, the ground should
bo prepared deeply. Tho tubes aro
formed abovo tho seed. Thcsotwo
points should always bo kept prominently
It also loves a moist, cool soil.
This indicates that conservation of
moisture and shade should be secured
by culture. Tho ground
should not only bo thoroughly and
deeply plowed, but made fine.
A "most satisfactory way, where
the ground is open, is to furrow
deeply with a double moldboard.
Cover the potatoes by reversing
the furrows. Attor tho potatoes
have started a scantling or light
MCo of timber may bo chained
CrosswroV near wiu lruui ui mu narrow,
and w rows may bo planed
In aw (WJ'S the potatoes will
bo up aiM will bo entirely free from
woods. 'J?his double plowing and
fining am? depositing of the clods
nnd stonos in tho middlo of the
rows resi'lt nt onh' 'n "Voting the
ground suporior conation but
injinyiAg a very largo amount of
aftcrjcuKture . ' ,
lirJfniost mifisfun'Sw Jt. that
"ojh cn by
Thol'rescott Journal-Miner Bewails tho
Loss of the Prison.
The sack reigns triumphant in
Take tho court houso yo south,
Send Pcto Kitchen up this way
Arizona's now Gila monster tho
For rent, 80 acres of prison
ground. Apply to tho Board of
"What is tho matter with importing
a few dynamite throwers, pro
vided thoy aro expert ones.
"Wanted A grub stake. Address
Clerks of tho 18th legislature. Best
Sinco tho legislature adjourned
they aro commencing to sandbag
people near Phenix again.
Yuma papors aro roasting
From a climatic standpoint
the roast is tho other way.
Tho creation of Navajoo county
docs away with tho election of a
councilman-at-largo in Arizona.
Begins to look as if this was an
"off" year for tho penitentiary.
Arizona has still some legislators
who may bo put down as "ring
Speaker Carpenter is not liko
tho cat he won't come back to
Arizona is a sucker of tho first
water, for putting "Carp" in
Mafia Carponter, while in tho
Eichlieu Saloon in Phenix last
night said: ""Wo had to win by
rulings, or else lose tho penitentiary.
Thoy had us."
A Yavapia member of the Houso
remarked in Phenix: "Don t wake
mo up until the extra session comes
Prcscott again goes down taking
a big dose of tho legislative emetic.
Defeat spurs us on to victory however.
If tho prison bill passes tho
House wo feel almost liko inviting
tho whole legislature upto the penitentiary.
To prevent tho removal of the
prison, tho fillibustcrors would
wreck tho Territory. Paste this
in your hat.
Arizona should immediately call
on Secretary Carlisle to issue a
million 50 year 10 per cent, bonds.
Thoy will cover all future
Cowardly Maricopa. It wants
all wo havo in Yavapai, and sneaks
to our aid only at the last hour.
Tho Arizona Kicler will havo
columns of good reading matter,
and tho worst of all, it will botruo.
Tho 18th legislature goes down
in tho history of Arizona as devoid
of honor and cursed with corruption.
May bo wo aro not fit for statehood.
Indiana even is not in it,
in the closing hours of legislature
Phenix can "chew hay" for tho
noxt two years.
Tho Indiana legislature is not in
it with Arizona.
Skinner, of Graham, is what his
namo would indicate
Tho Prcscott clerks will arrive
noxt week, if walking is good.
The "filly busters," of the south,
is now the proper way to writo it.
Let's annex to California and
have a good place at ihc"S. P. table.
"Wo aro only eating tho
It is said that tho S. P. used automatic
air brakes to hold down its
garrotors in tho legislature.
Secession is in ordor, and the
first man who speaks against it,
knock him down with a blado of
It is said that Speaker Carpenter
will visit Prcscott noxt week.
It is also useless to state that ho
will visit Yuma beforo doing so to
load up with a genteel supply of
"gall" in addition to that ho is
noted for carrying always.
Tho Phenix Herald says that the
"remaining Journal-Miner man must
havo a bad liver." From tho looks
of things in Phenix sinco the legislature
fiasco, tho old hen of tho
Herald must bo troubled with
Senator Stanford in his lifo said
that is avas preposterous to think
of going to tho expense of electing
an Arizona legislature. Tho cheap-est
way, ho baid, was to buy the
legislature. Tho deeds of great
men live after them, it would scenic
Helenn Hoy's Essay On Pants.
A boy in tho Helena schools has
been susponded for reading tho fol
lowing essay: "Pants arc mado
lor men and not men for pants.
"When a man pants for a woman
and a woman pants for a man,
then it is a pair of pants. Such
pants can't last. Pants are like
molasses, they arc thinner in hot
weather and thicker in cold. The
man in tho moon changes his pants
during tho eclipse. Don't vou go
to the pantry for pants, you might
bo mistaken. Jlen aro oitcn mistaken
in pants, and such mistakes
mako breeches of promise. Thero
is much diheussion whether pants
is singular or plural. "When a man
wears'pants they aro plural, -and
when thov dfm't wear pants itjs
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