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J (StmtMmt THE MONROE DOCTRINE. JACKSON ON CURRENCY. THE EAKM. ARTILES OF INCORPORATION
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GUARDIAN PUBLISHING CO.
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SATURDAY, MAY, 25, 1895.
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CLEVELANDISM VS. DEMOCRACY.
The domocratio party in national
convention assembled placed this
ringing declaration in the platform
Tho nomination of a president, as
in tho rccont republican convention,
lay delegations composed largly of
his appointocs, holding oillco at his
-pleasure, is a scandalous satiro upon
i'reo popular institutions and a
startling illustration of tho methods
by -which a president may gratify
his ambition. Wo denounco a
policy nndor which tho fedoral
holders usurp control of party
conventions in tho states, and wo
pledgo tho domocratio party to reform
these and all other abuses
which threaten individual liborty
and local self-government.
In tho face of this clear-cut and
unmistakable declaration, tho
now soo a movement, backed
up by tho administration and all
tlm fnrora it is ablo to control, to
compel tho democratic voters of
tho county to accopt and swallow
financial doctrines which tho mas
ses of tho Domocraoy havo opposed
from tho timo of Jefferson down
to tho present hour.
Tho edict has gono forth from
tho self-opinionated head of affairs
at Washington, that all thoso in
publio sorvico whoso tonuro of
depend upon tho nod and bock
of time self-crowned King of tho
gold-bugs aro to bo marshaled in
"blocks of fivo" on tho sido of tho
Shylotks and against the pcoplo.
Here is tho spootaclo of a Democratic
presidont scoking to array
thoso appointed to office1 against
tho pcoplo who elected him. It
has boon demonstrated that Cleveland
while truo to Tariff Reform,
has likowiso boon truo only to thoso
tvoII defined doctrines of the Democracy
which moot his approval.
Ifot tho solemn declaration of tho
National Democracy mado in convention
is it which now moots
spectat "Washington,, but tho pe
culiar viows of Cleveland aro to bo
promulgated as tho voico of
A Democratic president
has invited new guests to sit at tho
banquet board, guests whose invitations
havo been won by proclaiming
thoso financial dogmas borrowed
from the long-standing enemies
Tho voico of popular indignation
is now being raised against
throughout our land from
sea to sea. History will ropcat
'itself. When thoso in high places
stray from tho common pcoplo, tho
faH'from high places is inevitable.
Grover Clovoland will not go
down in history as a lone example.
ITo merely imitates. Mrs Parting
ton was tho first of tho school when
she sought to swcop back tho waves
of the ocean. "Tho mill of tho
Gods grind slowly but thoy grind
' iixceodinirlv fine." Tho voico of
the people will triumph.
N Jf you havo a news item send it
in to this ofiTco. It will bo
fullv recoived. If VOU know of
personal mention, anyone married
or doad, sick or hurt, now enter
prise, encouraging news of old ones,
any event of importance or interest
to tho .community, givo it to
tho nowopapor. But don't try to
vent your spito on an enemy, or
"got even" with a girl who don't
please you, or any such littlo affairs,
by aid of tho newspaper.
'1'jBoplc don't caro to read such com-
Iposition. Youslikojanowsy paper?
Tho landing of tho British troops
at Corinto was plainly in violation
of tho treaty
ratified botweon England and tho
United States in 1850. Tho first
articlo of that treaty reads as
"Tho government of tho United
States and Great Britain hereby
dcclaro that noithcr tho ono nor
tho other will over occupy, or fortify,
or colonizo, or pssumo, or
dominion over Nicara.
gua, Costa Eica, tho Mosquito
coast or any part of Contral Amer
ica; nor will either of ns make uso
of any protection which either affords
or may afford or any al-
lianco which oithor has or may
havo to or with any state or pco.
plo for tho purposo of erecting or
maintaining any such fortifications
or of occupying, fortifying or
Nicaragua, Costa Eica, tho
Mosquito coast, or any part of Central
America, or of assuming or
dominion over tho samo."
That tho United States should
regard tho occupation of Corinto
as a violation of tho terms of said
treaty is not to bo questioned by
any ono. It was a direct and plain
violation of tho Monroe doctrine
which has been upheld by every
administration since it was first
announced. If tho
treaty is binding upon tho
United States, why should it not
bo binding upon our arrogant English
neighbors. Tho United States
should declare tho torms of tho
treaty abrogated by tho recent
acts of tho British and no longor
rccognizo thoir interests or rights
in tho matter of tho construction of
tho Nicaraguan Canal. It should
bo recarded, honcolorth, as an in
stitution purely Amorican.
SENATOR DANIEL'S VIEWS.
Bcforo leaving for Michigan, to
deliver an address to tho students
of tho Stato university, Senator
Daniel, in a brief conveisation, expressed
gratification over tho fact
that ox-speaker Crisp had como
out boldly in a lengthy interview
in favor of tho fieo coinage of silver
at a ratio of 1C to 1. Tho ox-speaker
is ono of tho dologates with
Senator Daniol designated to attend
tho international monotaty confer
once that has been talked of as
likely to bo held somo timo in tho
Senator Daniol is ono of tho
most pronounced advocates of tho
froo coinago of silver in public life,
and has never wavered in tho least.
Ho has steadily opposed every bill
and resolution in congress that
directly or indirectly aimed a blow
at tho white motal, and has repeatedly
delivered carefully prepared
speeches urging a roturn to tho old
systom under which silver was
fully recognized by the government
as a money motal.
Ho also said that it was a satisfaction
to learn through tho papers
that in all probability tho coming
convention in Illinois would bo
dominated absolutely by tho free
silver wing of tho democratic
party. He took for granted tho
nows was truo, and ho had no other
means of ascertaining tho situation
than through tho medium of tho
press, but tho roports indicate that
tho opposition admitted in advanco
they would bo unablo to stem tho
The election in November will
bo in Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland,
Massachusetts, Mississippi, Now
Jersey, Ohio, Ehodo Island, Kan
sas, Minnesota, Now York and
Virginia. Tho first soven states
will elect Govornors and tho oth
ers minor officers. An election
which will attract considerable at
tontion is that of Utah on Novcnv
bor 5. Tho now constitution under
which Utah will bo admitted to
statehood is to bo ratified by tho
people at that election, and subsc
quent to that issuo will bo tho
olection of stato officers, congress
men and senators. The Utah sena
tors will probably oo chosen as
early as possible because thoy will
bo badly nocded to decide tho in
toresting question of control of tho
sonato. Thorcforo tho first stato
campaign in Utah, while it will bo
brief, will bo an oxciiing ono. Los
Col. Henri VATTEnsoN says
"tho lifo of tho Democratic party
has been prolongod foi somo
torious purposo," but oven tho
creat Louisville prophot does not
vonturo to express an opinion as to
just 'what that purpose 'is. Denver
" t iPP
The following is an extract from
tho message of Prosident Androw
Jackson votoing tho bank bill, and
is very appropriate reading at
this timo. That wiso man and
sturdy patriot plainly foresaw the
condition in which tho people
would bo placed should tho banks
over coraointo control of tho finances
of this government.
"It is to bo regretted that tho
rich and powerful too often bond
tho acts of government to thoir
solfish purposes. Distinctions in
sociotv will always oxist under
every just government. Equality to
of talents, of education, or of
wealth cannot bo produced by
human institutions. In tho full
enjoymont of tho gifts of hoavon is
and tho fruits of superior industry,
economy and virtuo, ovcry man is
equally entitled to protection by
law; but when tho law undertakes
to add to theso natural and just
advantages artificial distinctions,
grant titles, gratuities and
sivo privileges to make tho rich
richer and tho potent more
tho humblo mombors of society,
tho farmor, mechanic and laborers,
who havo noithcr tho timo nor
tho means of securing liko favors
to themselves, havo a right to
complain of tho injustice of thoir
government. TJiero aro no necessary
evils in government. Its
evils oxist only in its abuses. If
it would confino itself to equal protection,
and as heaven does its
rains, shower its favors aliko on
tho high and tho low, tho rich and
tho poor, it would bo an unqnali
Mr. Crisp's chargo that the pres
ident is not in accord with his party
on tho silver question, and that ho
(tho ox-speaker) intends to adhere
to tho silver cause, must havo tho
effect of strengthening tho
ltes. Mr. Cusp is stripped for the
fight. Ho says that tno tariff question
is sottled; and ho insists that
tho next campaigno for tho presi
dency must bo fought clearly and
openly on tho singlo issue of tho
romonctization of silver. What ho
means by tho romonctization of
silver is freo coinago at a ratio of
1C to 1. Mr. Crisp speaks for tho
pcoplo of Georgia, wo doubt not.
"Satan tempting the Savior"
was nover more forcibly illustrated
than when the gold sharks, through
Mr. Cleveland, offoicd to buy congress
with tho peoplo'sown money
by offering for theso 00,000,000 of
bonds 61.04 if mado payable in coin,
and $1.12 if mado pa3rable in gold.
Whatever else may bo placed to
tho discredit of tho last congress,
tho rofusal to accopt this bribo offered
through Mr. Clovcland will
as tho years roll by redound moro
and moro to tho credit of thoso
men who had onough of manhood
left in thom to refuse tho tempt
Whon Alexander A. Stephens
was representing Georgia in Congress
after tho war, tho silver
question was up for discussion.
Then, as now, tho opponents of
free coinago offered no romedy for
evils under which tho pcoplo were
suffering. Then, as now, thoy declared
that tho country would bo
flooded with cheap silver. Mr.
Stophens, in his place, declared in
behalf of tho pcoplo that ho would
wolcomo such a dolugo. "Lot it
come!" ho cried "and tho moio of
it tho bcttcrl"
FATE FORETOLD IN A DREAM.
Com let In tho Ohio Penitentiary Has Ono
Ann Torn from Ilia llody.
Whilo asleop in his cell in tho
Ohio penitentiary two weeks ago,
Ira Coopor, in a dream, sufforcd
the pain of having an
Thn nnvt, nifrlit ho rmssftfl
through in reality tho tortures thatJ
disturbed Ins mind in iho dream.
Tho prisoner was employed in the
hoo shop, and just before completing
his day's work ho attempted to
replace a belt while tho machinery
was in motion. His left arm was
caught and ho was hurled by tho
belting into tho shafting above.
In an instant tho rapidly revolving
shafting toro tho arm from tho body
about two inches below tho sockot,
throwing tho detatchod member
across tho room and allowing tho
tho body to fall on tho floor. The
skin was stripped from the back,
shoulder, and breast around tho
arm. Tho prisoner's parents, who
are ignorant of tho fact that ho is
a convict, live in Grand Bapids,
Mich., and ho expressed a desire
to see them bcforo ho dies. From
May A. O. U. W.
"Como back' come back1 ho cried in grief.
'irvannhton nh tn v rianirliipr 'I- '
But she sat hid behind her slec cs, &&?
" A,1 hAitAUatlu Ka cft.itrht i
Among tho garden crops that
shoot up quickly and mature in a
comparativclykshorttimo aro lettuce
cresses, bunch onions, small table
beets, perhaps snap beans and peas,
and especially radishes. Theso
quick maturing can often bo wedged
in between tho rows of later
crops that rcquiro moro space, but
start up slowly at first and take
longer timo for growth. A correspondent
of Farm and Fireside invariably
makes his first sowing of
radishes and cresses between tho
rows of tho early cabbages and
cauliflower, and later on between
pepper or egg plants, lato cabbage,
&c. No sopaiato spaco is dovotea
tho radish crop in his garden.
Eadishcs aro simply used as a filling.
In tho cucumber, melon and
squash patches much valuablo spaco
usually loft idle. Tho spaco can
bo utilized for an early crop of
smooth peas, which como off in
Juno, or early potatoes, which como
off in July, or perhaps early cab
bago, lettuce, spinach, table beets,
snap beans, &c. Tho oucumbor,
melon or squaso plants, especially
if started in strawberry baskets or
in inverted sods, can bo planted in
the rows devoted to them right
tho early crops still standing,
whero thoy will bo all the moro so-
curo from insect attacks. Horserad
ish sets may bo planted between the
rows or early cabbages and cauliflower,
kept down by ordinary
good cultivation until cabbages aio
harvested, and then allowed to
Whero swino aio kept in largo numbers
they aro very likely to bo confined
in very closo quarters, with
no regard for cleanliness and pure
air. Ono who visited a distillary
whero a gieat lot of hogs wcro
kept to bo fattened upon tho waste
products gives a descripton suggestive
of the "black hole of Calcutta."
Tho fetid atmosphere
seemed to torture tho swine, and
tho visitor would havo fainted but
for a speedy exit. This was an exceptional
condition, but in all cases
where filth is prevalent and tho air
infected thero must bo moro or less
taint to tho meat, even if diseaso
does not appear. But hogs so developed
aro vory liable to bo infested
with somo dangerous
and parasites, and thoso who
eat thom as food do so with peril
to health. Tho swino should bo
fed as pure food as other animals,
and all their conditions recognize
No matter how far from market
a farmer may bo, ho can grow a
patch ot strawberries and uo sure
of a market at homo. It is aston
ishing how much fruit of all kinds
can be eaten by a small family
when tho supply is unstinted.
There aro few neighborhoods where
thoso who begin by growing a supply
of stiawborries for homo uso
will not find a market springing
up around thom from neighbors
who keep on in tho old ruts because
thoy think thoy haven't timo to
attend to such small affairs as tho
culture of berries. They aro small
in size, but moro bushels of strawberries
can bo grown to an acre
than of any kind of grain, and tho
fruit may bo sold and yet
bring moro than tho grain profit.
How It Started.
An old woman living somo distanco
from Manchester, Ky. was summoned
as a witness to tell what sho
know about a fight at her houso
sovoral nights before, in which
threo or four peoplo wcro killed.
She mounted tho stand with evident
reluctance and many misgivings,
and when questioned by the Court
as to what sho know about tho
matter, said: "Well, Jodgo, tho
fust I knowed about it was when
Bill Sanders callod Tom Smith a
liar, an' Tom knocked him down
with a stick ot wood. One of Bill's
friends then hit Tom with a knife,
slicin' a big picco out of. him. Sam
Jones, who was a friond of Tom's
then shot tho other fellow, on' two
moro shot him, on' three or four
others got cut right smart by
somebody. That caused somo excitement,
Jedge, an' then thoy commenced
A daily paper that is pushing
aggi essively into the Arizona newspaper
field is tho Los Angoles
Times. In tho years back tho San
Francisco papers had almost a
in this field. Within the
last two or threo years tho Times
has improved gratifyingly, and
now practically displaces its older
rivals, duo to being in tirizona a
day ahead with tho samo telegraph
news. Besides tho Times deserves
well from Arizona for their enterprising
Arizona news service.
They havo correspondents throughout
tho Territory and a news bureau
in Phcnix, whero this matter
is compiled and forwarded. A
prominent feature of this correspondence
is tho piogress and resources
of tho territory, including
a monthly write-up of tho features
and improvements from month to
month of each town of nolo of Arizona.
This is laid attractively
foro tho wholo circulation field of
tho Times, and is already resulting
in benefit to Arizona. Tho Gila
valley will bo canvassed for tho
The richest woman in America,
Hetty Green, is without family and
has no homo. Sho boards around
among tho;hotels of cheaper 'class
lnjyarious.cities and "visits ' among
Wc, tho undersigned, N. r. Beebe, John W.
Morris, C. Madson, A. Tcikins, and A. T. West,
Dlrectors'and Incorporators of the Saflbrd Milling
and Merchandise Company, are authorized
by tho share holders to incorporate said company.
The principal place of business shall bo In
tho town of Saflbrd, County of Graham, Territory
Tho time of commencement of this corporation
shall bo the day of filing theso articles of
incorporation In the office of tho County Recorder
of said Graham County, and shall continue
fifty years thereafter.
The business of this incorporation shall be
tho grinding of Wheat, Barley and Corn, and
tho buying and selling of Wheat, Flour, Barley,
Corn, Ilay and Merchandise, and shall be
known as the Saflbrd Milling and Merchandise
Tho Capital Stock shall bo $10,000 00, dhided
Into 2,000 share, of the par value of ?5 00 each.
The highest amount of indebtedness that this
company shall contract at any one time shaU be
limited to $5,000 00
The prhato property ol the stockholders, ol
this Incorporation shall be exempt from corporate
A Board of fl e Directors, u ho shall be stock
holders of this incorporation, shall conduct its
affairs, and they shall be elected at the annual
meeting of the stock holders, to be held on the
first Saturday of June in each year, by a majority
rote of the stock present. .
These articles of incorporation may bo amended
at any time by a two thirds majority ote of
tho stock represented at any called meeting.
The following share holders shall constitute
the Board of Directors for the present year, iz:
N. I. BEEBE.
J. W. MORRIS,
A. T. EST.
TEitniTortY or ArtzONA, '
County op Obah vm. J
Bcforo me, W. B. Fonda, a Justice of tho
Pcaco in ond for Precinct No. 1, in said
Graham County, on this 2Ctli day of April, A. D.
1803. personally appeared N. P. Beebe, J. W.
Morris, C. Madson, A. Perkins and A. T. West,
known to me to be tho persons whose names are
subscribed to the foregoing Instrument and acknowledged
to me that they executed the same
for tho purpose and consideration therein expressed.
In witness whereof I hao hereunto set my
hand on this 26th day of April, A. D. 1895
w. B. Fonda,
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