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GUARDIAN PUBLISHING CO.
John J. Biiujno, - Manager.
Haiiry B. Fox, - - Secretary.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1895.
P-year, In alliance 83.00
Six Mouth . .. . 1,0
Address all Communications
The-Guardian Pub. Co.,
Kansas Populists want tlio National
Populist Convention hold
Fob. 21st, at Atlanta.
Silvek reached a higher point
last week in the London market
than it has reached bclbro this
vessels woro wrecked
and lives were lost in
storms off tho coast of England on
Tuesday of last weok.
Ciiioago Cuban sympathizers aro
trying to arrange a great national
mass-meeting to bo held at Chicago
The Sunday Call publishes a
Washington dispatoh which saj's
that it is tho intention of Judgo A.
0. Bakor to send in hisrecignation
as Chiof Justice of Arizona,
in California; but tho roport
has been emphatically denied by
Judgo'Bakor, who says tliorois no
foundation ior suwvt rumor.
AboutIwo weeks ago a Wild
ftSshow exhibited in an Ohio
town, and sinco that timo tho boys
of tho town have been "playing In
dians," which resulted in ono of
their number being tied, to a stako
by his playmates and so badly burn--
od beforo ho was rescued that ho
Detroit Puke Press says: Tho
i nations of tho world would bo fully
justified in wiping Spain off tho
map of tho world, if it persists in
tho cruel programmo which has
been outlined for putting down tho
Cubian robollion; and tho United
States is not likely to shirk its
duty in that regard when tho hour
strikes for action.
TnE Arizona University, for the
Urst timo in its history is on tho
highway to prosperity, and ovorj'
indication points to a most satisfactory
future for this institution. It
is confidently beliovod that beforo
tho closo of tho present term it will
have moro than doublo tho numbor
of Btudonts than has ever beforo
boon enrolled. Tho present neod
is tho dormitory which will bo
orectod on or before tho first of
Fobruary next. Star.
The Constitutional Convention
-of South Carolina has adopted an
jirticlo which provides that no di-
"vorco shall bo granted in that
Stato for any cause whatever; also
that divorces granted in othor
States shall not bo rocognized m
South Carolina This latter pro
vision is in diroct violation ol sec
tion 1, artiolo IV of the Constitution
of tho United Statos, which
declares that "full faith and credit
jshall bo given in each State to tin
public acts, records and judicial
proceedings of ovory othor State."
M. II. DkYouno of the San Francisco
Chronicle, who has just re-
$" turned from Europe, has this to
eay concerning silvor. "As a
Tor man, I am glad to say that
, JKngland is coming right to tho
front and giving us some points to
v work on. The silvor question is r
'turning ono in England, when
30,000 men have organized tho Bi
league, with William
.Crranvillo, a Bank of England di
jootor, as president. Tho league
issues a papor and it is now on the
" carpet to ask for international com-.mission
era to moot and dovise
"tnotljods looking to tho welfare of
ji mu wuiiiu uiciai. i uiu iuvhoii in
'iuvorj,of immodiato congressional
fiction in favor of silvor for tho
3tneHt,not only of tho farmers but
i'whnle conntrfcfe' ti i"
It is claimed that tho silvor crazo
is fast subsiding, and that many
who woro clamoring for tho full
enfranchisement of silvor at tho
old ratio to gold of 1G to 1 liavo
becomo reconciled to tho situation,
and aro ready to indorso tho meaningless
platforms of their respective
parties. Tho better employment
of labor, tho rovival of busi
ness and tho britrht nrosnects of
tho manufacturing industries tond
to silcnco discontont. When
hunger is appeased, and tho world's
toilors find nlentv to do, with sat
isfactory wagos, thoy will not bo
anxious about tho financial policy
of tho Government. There is no
disguising tho fact that tho silvor
question is in nboyanco, in
of tho bettor times.
For tho samo reason tho advocates
of a high tariff find their occupation
gono. MoKinloy predicted
tcrriblo disastor would follow a
reduction of duties. Tho Wilson
bill, if enacted, would throw labor
out of employment, shut up our
factorios, put out our furnaco fires,
bring poverty, want and distress
upon all ongaged in agriculturo
and in mining. Tho cotton and
wool growers would bo compelled
to find other employment.
Tho Wilson bill was passed, and
not a singlo prediction has materi
alized. Millions of laborers have
had their wagos increased bj' tho
voluntary act of omployors. Manu
facturers, aro not only supplying
tho homo market, but absolutly
successfully competing in tho salo
of their product in foreign markets.
Our iron mastors are sonding their
iron and steel to England. Our
carpot weavors and manufacturers
of wool and cotton goods, generally,
our makers of furniture, of agricultural
implimonts, of glass, and, in
short, every othor industry whore
raw mntorials aro obtainable free
of duty, find a market in all countries,
and at tho samo timo aro advancing
wages without solicitation.
is a stalo chesnut. McKinlcy
poor fellow is in a moro pitiablo
situation than the advocates of tho
froo and unlimited coinago of silver.
Ho is not only a falso prophot
but tho wholo theoiy of protection
has roccived its eternal quietus.
His worthy ambition to becomo
President of tho United Slates can
Dovor'bo gratified, because of his
views on tho tariff. Not boing distinguished
for any other great
achievement, ho will certainly bo
defeated in his laudablo and painstaking
efforts to occupy tho highest
position m tho gift of his countrymen.
Avery largo numbor of tho
manufacturers, whoso influence
with tho operatives has been omnipotent,
and who contributed their
timo and their money to defeat tho
party, aro entirely
satisfied with tho result, and will
not favor a chance in tho tariff
As wo havo intimated, tho restoration
of silver to its old place is
only dola3ed. It is certain to win
finally, for no nation ever pros-pored
that mado war upon silvor.
Tho pcoplo will concludo that if tho
United States can prosper after
ono half of its logal tender monoy
is destroyed, how wonderful will
be its progress if tho monoy of final
redemption is doubled in volume!
If we. can advanco under adverse
legislation, how glorious will bo
our situation when silver and gold
Tho present prosperous outlook
of the industries must bo.attributed
solclj' to a reduction of dutios.
Garfield was right when ho said
that tho tariff schedules should bo
revised in tho direction of free
trade. Mr. Sherman said that thcro
should bo no tariff for protection
that did not yield revenue The
Sonator, however, votod to impose
duties which woro entiroly prohibitory,
which brought no revenue
to tho Government, and thus invited
tho organization of trusts
which yielded largo revenues to
their members. With a full knowledge
of tho facts, Senator Sherman
declared that tho McKinlcy tariff
bill was tho best measure ever devised.
Wo mnf reasonably expect
that tho present prosperity is only
.1 tidal wave, which will subside
when tho exhausted stocks
goods havo boon replenished.
To perpetuate and oxtond
tho era of good times silvor must
bo a money of final redemption.
The Spaniards aro talking of
fighting tho United States. If
they do they'll neveivjknow what
struclctthctn. ) ,-- r .",
What could bo moro tamo and
senseless than tho domand of
and Sonator Shorman for a
roinactment of tho tariff bill of
1890 on tho plea of increasing the
rovonuos. Tho assuranco of theso
champions of a lost causo must bo
indeed great when thoy proposo to
supplant tho Wilson bill by tho
MoKinloy bill on revenue grounds,
knowing as thoy must that tho last
year tho MoKinloy bill was in op-oration
it did not furnish as much
rovenuo as tho Wilson bill has
furnished during tho past year
Tho inovitablo outcome of over-protection
is to deploto tho rev
enues through tho unnatural stim
ulation which overloads tho market
and clogs export at tho samo timo.
But for tho McKinlcy bill tho Wil
son bill would bo producing for
moro revenue than it now docs.
Messrs. McKinlcy and Shorman and
their newspaper backers must indeed
bo hard pushed for matorial
when thoy proposo on rovenuo
grounds tho reinactmont of a bill
which facts and figures show to
havo been a complcto failure.
XTotico to Creditors.
In the Court, of tho County
of Graham, Territory of Arizona.
Intho matter of the Estate of G. B. I"ox, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned,
administrator of the citato of G. 11. Fox, deceased,
to thj creditors of, and all persons halng
claims against tho said deceased, to exhibit
them with the necessary vouchers, within four
months after tho date of tho llrst publication of
this Lotlce to the said administrator, at his residence
at Salford, Graham County, Arizona.
Dated this Cth day of beptember, 1S93.
HARRY 13. FOX,
Administrator ol the estate of G. II. Fox, deceased
Notico for Publication.
Homestead No. 857.
Land Office at Tucson, Amz ,1
Sept. 20, 1893. j
Notice is hereby gicn that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to mako final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before tho Clerk of
the District Court, at Solomom Me, Arizona, on
No ember 11, 1895, Uz.
Denjamln Echols, of Saflbrd, Graham "county,
Arizona, for tho lots 1, 3 and 4, and the S E K of
N W H Seo 28, T 6, S, R 25 E.
Ho names the following witnesses to provo
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, Tlz: Daid V. A. Talley, George
Skinner William II. Waddell, and Peter
all of Saffbrd, Graham county. Arizona.
EUGENE J. TRIPPEL,
Amcndiiicnt'io the Articles of Incorporation
September 21, 1895
At a meeting of share owners of tho Enterprise
Canal Co. tho "Articles of Incorporation"
were amended so as to make the terminus of
the said canal at tho Klcinstaubcr ash, south
of tho town of Thatcher, instead of tho Cottonwood
Wash, w est of tho town of Pima as set
forth in tho original articles of incorporation of
tho said canal,
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