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? GUARDIAN PUBLISHING CO.,
John J. Biudno, - Manager.
JlAMlY B. EOX, - Secretary.
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.f JEIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1895.
,pr year, In mU nnco S3. 00
Rli Mmitli . .. 100
Address nil Communications
The Guardian Pub. Co.,
Don't ovcilook tho fact that
Graham county is ono of tho favored
spots of this earth.
Glass stopping for decayed tcoth
Is commonly used by dontists in
It is now said that tho output of
bicycles for 189G will not bo far
Gold bug "Bradloy of Ken
tucky, for Vice-President," is tho
prevailing cry of tho Republicans.
Impoutino ready mado turtle
soup from tho "West Indies proves
iiow this country has diversified
since tho voyage of tho first Cook.
MunPF.iiEH Holmes ought to feel
greatly elated. District attorney
FJHarnps savs oomnaicd to DurrantJ
he is a perfect gentleman. -"
.Now let down to
jd pujJi f6v Statehood for
Arizomantil our star of Stato
blazes forth upon the blue field of
It was a man who was too poor
lo tako tho homo paper who sont a
' dollar in answer to tho advertise
ment: "How to euro n horso slob
boring," and recoived by return
mail this answer: "Teach him to
- pit Ex.
The Denver News savs a Now
1a rVnrlr innnMm boRnmo insane unon
wi ...: it i.i
s? n u uaiuru IXUlll. -IJ-U WU1U HUb Vil-
"duTo tho free silver sontiment. Ho
jliad supposed it was doad, and
Iwlien ho discovered his mistako
wtho shuck proved fatal to his
Tin: electric plow is pronounced
fift success in liormany, uotn irom a
practical and an economical stand-
joint. It is now expected that tho
application of oleetricity is to bo
extended to other farm work, including
tho digging of beets and
"The election of W. O. Bradloy
governor of Kcntuckoy," said John
O. New, propriotor of tho Indian-
f apolisJbruft?, Gon.llurison's organ
tho other day, "will probably
,. inako him tho Eopublican nomineo
U'or vice-president next year."
Verily tho gold bugs aro moving.
' Tim increase of our production
of tin-plate during the last three
anonths is at tho rato of 800,000
-boxes a year, oxclusivo of tho out
put of factories which dip imported
plate. This ought to bo interest-
Sing to Mr. Alclvinloy, but
ho is not taking much in
teiest in this year.
Dealeus who soil goods on tho
(installment plan will bo interested
An a recent decision by a San Jose
tice. An installment bicycle
wasjstolen and tho purohasor was
. asked to pay for it. Tho justice
decidod that tho bicyclo did not
Tjclong to tho purchaser, as ho hao
sigiied an agreomont that it was
fihu property of tho dealer until
V-paid for, and ho was not rcsponsi
Lhlo for its loss.
A Tucson man romarked the
othor day that tho laziest man in
ho United States was tho man
Sfewno spoiled pnotograpn
''Not. so," declared a Kansas fol
Jow," for thoro is a man in my
stato who dates Ins lottors
"What absurd claims!"
protoitcd a Tonncssoo gontloman.
"Wc have a citizen in our country
Ejvitq spoils tno niimo, ot our stato
Afccr tho smoko of battlo which
accompanies an election cicars
away, as it now has, tho watchful
observer can figuro from causo to
ofleot. On tho 5th inst., elections
both goncral and special woro hold
in about ton States of tho Union.
Tho old saying that politics makes
strango bed follows was never moro
forcibly illustrated than at tho recent
election, and thcro is no difficult'
in analyzing it.
Tho returns show that tho Democrats
havo bcon unsuccessful generally.
Tho failuro of tho Demo
crats to carry certain States was
not becauso of a lack of votes within
tho party to do so, but it was
becauso thcro was a lack of
desiro on tho part of certain
Democrats high in position to do
so. While- tho Eopublican conventions
gonorally havo condemned
Cleveland for his Ilawaian policy
and 'his Venezuelan policy thoy
have approved his financial policy
in cvory singlo Stato East of tho
Eocky mountains. Tho Guardian
calls upon each and ovory Eopubli
can papor in Arizona to dispute
this. It cannot bo done.
Although tho gold bugs of the
Republican party criticised certain
acts of Cleveland, thoy woro unani
mous in thoir approval of his gold
bug views. Thoy endorsed them
and at tho election, tho Cleveland
Democrats returned tho favor by
giving support to tho Eopublican
ticket in all localities whero strong
silver Domocrats woro running be
foro .tho people. Tho Cleveland
gold bugs saw their opportunity to
deliver a blow at tho silver scnti
mont of tho country by uniting
their forces with tho Republicans,
and throwing their influenco and
votes with tho Eopublican pprly.
Tho unholy alliance bstweon tho
Eopublican party and tho Clove
land mennirt'ho money question
will not deter the silver men of tho
-land from a fight to tho death.
Hardin of Kentucky, " tho Demo.
cratic candidate for governor, was
a staunch silver man, as is Senator
Blackburn of that Stato, who was
a candidate for re-election to tho
Senate As all gold bugs value
gold higher than their party,
Cleveland throw his forces in favor
of Bradloy tho Republican candi
date for governor, who was run
ning on a Cleveland money plat
form, and it has resulted in tho de
feat of Hardin and possibty Black'
burn, and tho success of tho gold
bugs in that Stato.
In tho 18th Congressional Dis
trict of Illinois where a special
eleotion was hold to fill a vacancy,
the Ecpublicans adopted a plat
form Cleveland's finan
cial policy, whilo tho Domocrats
declared in favor of tho frco coin-
ago of silver at 10 to 1, and nominated
Ex-congressman Lano, who
had always voted for frco silver "n
Congress. Tho Clovoland Democrats
throw their forces with tho
Ecpublicans in that district and
havo succeeded in defeating Lano,
and olecting the gold bug candidate.
For nearly a score of years, Senator
Sherman has been tho
leader in tho U. S. Senate.
Ho was tho author of tho infamous
Sherman Act of 1878 which demonetized
silver. Ho is tho
foo of tho masses, and has
controlled and shaped Eopublican
legislation in tho interest of tho
wealthy for tho past twenty years.
Wo seo him hand in hand with
Clovelard and recently ho pronounced
a eulogy upon Cleveland,
full of fullsomo praiso, disgusting
to tho people of tho country. Tho
praises of Clovoland written by
Sherman havo been sung by tho
Republican party overywhero cast
of tho Rocky mountains within the
past two years , whilo tho Democratic
press and speakers of tho
country havo denounced Clovoland
without mercy night and day
through tho succeeding weeks and
months. Tho fno of bitterness
and venom burns fiorcoly in Clove-land's
bosom against tho Democratic
masses who havo ropudiated
his monoy policy and denounced
his official acs, and it was an casj'
matter for him to form an allianco
with tho Eopublican leaders.
On the money question, Clove-1
ind and Ecpublicamsm aro ono
and tho samo thing. Thoy aro
united by ties stronger than party,
stronger than love, which aro to bo
broken only by political death.
TI103' aro bound'togothcr by an accursed
chain of gold which must
bo hown apart, tho links
by tho brawn and brain of tho
millions of our land, and tho mom-
bors of that allianco given a rest
ing placo in tho moldy tomb of political
Men liko Toller, Stewart and
Dubois aro powerless within their
party. Thoy como from States
that cannot mustor ono fourth of
their national Eopublican conven
tion. Already wo hoar talk of tho
Ecpublicans nominating for Presi
dent next year, either Eeed of
Maine, Morton of Now York, or
McKinloy of Ohio, all pronounced
gold bugs, and for
tho gold-bug gover
nor, Bradloy of Kentucky.
Tho SiLvor Democrats have moro
than a scoio of sturdy Democratic
Senators from tho South fighting
our causo on tho floor of Congress
Tho masses of tho peoplo aro with
thorn and need only to bo organ
ized to givo force, strength and
victory to our arms. Eopublican
ism and Clovolandism skulking as
gold bugs under ono cloak will
havo tho mask torn from them,
their forms alike exposed, and tho
scourge applied with vigor by the
sturdy patriot hand of tho people
Ai.ii tho Eopublican nowspapors
of tho Territory havo beenpiotond
ing to bo in favor of silver fiist,
last and all tho time, but just as
soon as the news reached them of
tho defeat of tho frco silver candidates
in tho recent election thoy
trotted out thoir wholo foico of
po lkiy and crowed long and loud
over their downfall.
Old Nurk Said to lie Used to SInko Them
will do well to
pause and ponder on the fact that 1
man has died in consequence o in
dulling in the popular but disgusting
trick of moistening the adhesive en
velopo with the tongue, advises Oak
land JCchoes. Some will say: ''How
can" gum arable poison any person?'
Gum arable? Are they so innocent as
to believe that this artiele, raised to a
prohibitive price by the Egyptian war
and subsequent closure of tho Soudan,
is used on the envelopes? Do thoy seo
that ancient nag hobbling down the
street? There is the parent of their
gum arabic: and in a f cv v ecl:s' time,
when that decrepit animal has made
his bow to the knacker, and yielded up
his hoofs to tho glue-boiler, peihaps
they may have a lick at his remains on
the envelope thoy aro dispatching to a
friend or sweetheart.
And should some taint of animal
poison lurk amid that "gum," they may
soon require other, and
envelopes to be licked for them when
their mourning cards are sent out.
Perhaps no more unpleasant part of a
visit to a stationers shop is when, hav
ing folded the small purchase in a flimsy
envelope, tho tradesman laiscs it to his
lips, opens a hippopotamus mouth, pro-
ti tides a tongue which looks at least
two sizes too largo for its habitation,
and then with a smirk hands the.damp
delicacy to his customer. Jlay he, of
all men, be warned by tho picmature
dcpartuie of a and may
all who send literary missives to their
friends rest assured that the recipients
of these envelopes would feci bettor
pleased if these coverings had been
closed without any exhibition of moist
7HE WEALTH OF NATIONS.
Vlilto Amcrlci la tho I'.lchoat, franco Is
lUchcr Per Cnjilti.
Tho United States is the lichest coun
try in tho world, accouling to M. G.
Francois, tho eminent French statisti
cian, who has been making a careful
'study of the wealth of nineteen of the
principal nations of tho globe. It will
Intci est penniless peoplo to know that
this calculator estimates tho riches of
this country at 313,000,000,000 francs, or
vckoning 5 fiancsto the dollar, ncaily
W.i,000,000,000, tho Now Yoxk
England is the next with 205,000,000,-000
francs and France the third in line,
being the possessor of 225,000,000,000.
Germany's fortuno is considerably less
only 101,000,000,000; and tho Uussiau
empire, though far more vast, is, considerably
poorer, with but 13,000,000,-000.
Three states possess moro than 50,-000,000,000
and less than 100,000,000,000
Spain, 03,000,000,000, and Italy, 51,000,-000,000.
The f 01 tunes of the eleven
other countiies vary between 8,000,000,-000
and S4,000,O00,000 francs.
The actual nmount of money possessed
by the vaiious nations bears but
a feeble proportion to tho above figures
of national wealth. The Hank of
Franco for example, is icsponsible for
only about 0,500,000,000 francs, or a little
less than 3 per cent, of the total
of that counyy, while other
have still less cash in their pockets
or strong boxes, for France has the
greatest per capita wealth of any country
in the world.
BIG CATTLE HORNS.
Tho Urcntcst I'nlr In tho Country Relieved
to Ho Owned In fcow York.
I11 the office of a down-town wholesale
dealer in horns and tips, says the
Now York Sun, thcro is a pair of South
American cattle horns that measure,
following the horns, nine feet fiom tip
to tip. It is believed to bo tho biggest
pair of horns in tho country. There
may be otheis of wider spiead than
these, for these curve forward somewhat
as well as outward andupwaid,
but none of so crcat lcnrrth There nm
other noble pairs of horns in the same
ouico. 1 or tnc great pair the dealer
has moro than once received an offer of
Cattle horns moused for the manufacture
of combs, knife scales, buttons
and other aiticlcs. and thu tin or solid
part is used for pipe stems, buttons,
jew eh j', ball fringes, and so on. Occasionally
thcio is a cail for a pair of
norns lor decorative purposes, which
the dealer sunolics. and which he 1ms
mounted, If desiied. Singlo pairs of
horns sell at from epnts o
flvo dollars a pair, according to their
size and beauty; tho mounting may
cost a dollar and a half to three dollars.
THE COWBOY'S DAY IS OVER.
Ilo Is No Longer in Ihlclencfl Out In tho
I'ur V est.
Tho cowboy, liko tho buffalo, is fast
becoming extinct, says Lippincott's
Magazine. In the daw n of the new century
now approaching he will be regarded
as a, curiosity. Then years
hence ho will have attained the dignity
of tradition. History, which embalms
tho man in armor and exalts the pioneer,
holds a place for him. The niche
may be a modest one, but ho has his
part in conquering a new country and
no impartial lecord of western evolution
can omit his pictuiesquo figure.
Before civilization devours his dignity,
let us try to detain it a moment in its
real likeness and garb.
Dwellers in the long-settled communities
scarcely realizo how great a
change has come over the far west
during the last decade. Ranches there
will always be ranches for grain, hay,
fruit and blooded live stock but not
for tho rearing of range cattle. Yet
the time is in easy memory when there
was a ciazc over the cattle business;
when tho cowboy was king at Dodge
City; when hundreds of educated young
men w ent west to share the hardships
of herders. To-day the cattle ranches
arc deserted or mortgaged or turned
into farms. A more advanced intelli
gence has penetrated the possibilities
of irrigation and water is reclaiming
the wilderness once given over to the
Tho decline of the rango cattle Indus
try has been as amazing and rapid as
was its rise. The business is not simply
suffering from stagnation; it has almost
ceased to exist. Early in the '80s a
beef steer running on the range represented
forty dollars; one-fourth that
sum would pay for him now. Thirty
dollars w as the average for a cow with
a calf at her side; now whole herds arc
disposed of for six dollars a head.
Slalo nnd Femnlo Vanity.
"Woman and the mirror havo long
been tho subject matter of fun by tho
column, but if the dear creature can
beat her brother she is most remarka
blc. The radiant, bemirrored elevator
is responsible for this. It takes but the
most superficial observer
nine out of ten men rrlib ride in the
elevators tp'.o a peep into the reflect
ing glasses, givo the mustache a twist,
push back a lock or two of h air or shake
out coat lapels.
T. T. HUNTER, Proprietor.
Tho Coziest little storo in tho Val
ley now open
Como nnd Sco our T.luo of
Nativo Fruit a Specialty in Season
Don't Forget the Place
l'OST Oiuce Stoik
e fl RH ik7WWti "7
Good Riggs and Fast Horses can be
Had at all Times.
Teams Let by the Day or Hour,
Our Boarding Stablo is tho Best
Equipped in the county.
"Will rnn a Meat "Wagon in
and deliver Fresh Meat every
J. D. D. Herrera
n E B BBU363HPJUB&S
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BOOTS AND SirOF.S
Constantly on hand
flay, draii? aJ?d flour,
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given to tho comfort
E. M. Curtis,
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Manufacturer of all kinds of
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Ecpairing promptly and Neatly
done at Keasonablo prices.
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A Specialty. Terms Eeasonablo.
Tor the Good things
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Choicest Brands of
Yines, Liquors, Cigars,
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Saloon opposite Jennings and Klrtland's Stort
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