THE ARIZONA EEPDBLICAN: SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH SO, 1895
THE ARIZOM REPUBLICM.
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PHCENIX. MARCH 30, 1895.
WE EXTEND SYMPATHY.
Arizona should extend sympathy to
the Indian Territory. Cleveland has
rewarded two of his henchmen by
placing them on the bench of that ter
ritory. Although they are not Keeley
graduates, yet they are in no way fitted
for the poBitionf to which they have
been appointed, as the persons unfor
tunate enough to have business in ths
Indian Territory courts will, no doubt,
The president hetg appointed William
M. Springer, of Illinois, judge of the
United States court of the northern
district Of the Indian Territory, and.
Constantino Buckley Kilgore,. of Texas,
judge of the United States court of the
southern distiict of the Indian Terri
These appointments will provoke
severe as well as lust criticism. Will
iam M. Springer and Cohstantine B.
Kilgore are not the Bort of men to ap
point to judicial offices whose tenure is
during the life or good behavior of the
incumbents. Both of them are merely
bankrupt Democratic politicians.
After twenty years' service in the
house of representatives Mr. Springer
was a defeated candidate for re-election
in a Democratic district, and after eight
years' service in the same body Mr.
Kilgore waB defeated by a Texas con
stituency in a Democratic nominating
convention. Probably no man ever sat
in congress for twenty years who oc
cupied si much time and space as
Springer did and accomplished so little.
He was always raising a tremendous
amount of dust and clatter and forever
doing nothing else. Iu the course of
his long service in the house he was
chairman of a number of important
committees, including ways and means,
banking and currency, elections and
territories', but bis name bas never
been linked with the title of any im
portant and successful measure of legis
lation. He baa repeatedly beeii found on con
trary sides of the same question or
policy, and his agility in changing from
one Bide to the other ia proverbial.
Mr. Cleveland simply took care of two
men out of a job and in need of one.
Arizona, having suffered so much
from Cleveland's hands in this respect,
is in a position to offer heartfelt sym
pathy to the Iadian territory in her
THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION.
The legislature changed the law re
lating to municipal elections so that
the city officials elected in May will
serve for two years. The hold-overs
will serve for three years. It, there
fore, becomes apparent that the very
best men must be selected to fill these
offices because the next two years will
be very Important ones in the hiBtory
Within two years Phcenix ought to
double in population and wealth.
Within two years there should be a
idewalk in front of every foot of prop
erty in the city and the principal
streets Bhould be paved. The additions
will have to be taken in ; and the ques
tion of extending the sewer, light and
police service will have to be met and
solved. In fact within the ,next two
years Phoenix will emerge from a town
into a full grown city, and the men
elected in May are the ones that will
guide it through this period of its
The fate of the city depends in a
large measure upon them. Politics
should not cut so much of a figure as
ability. There are good men in both
parties, and if party ticket? are nomi
nated the greatest care should be ex
ercised in the party conventions If a
non-partisan ticket is named it should
be composed of the bast men in the
city, those who are known for their
energy, business qualities, enterprise
and progressive spirit. No drones are
There is just enough time yet in
which to consider the matter. The
business men, the real eBtate men in
fact, everybody except the politicians
should give the matter earnest thought
and devise a plan by which the city
will be insured the yery best ma
terial in the offices for the coming two
years, an epoch of so much importance
to the people.
SHOULD BE CONDEMNED.
In certain quarters there is talk
about contesting the validity of the
laws creating the board of control and
the board of immigration. Such talk
is nonsense. We do not believe in
technicalities. The time for the op
ponents of these measures to make
known their objections to these laws
was before their passage by the legisla
ture. It is too late now to defeat the
will of the people, as expressed by the
legislature, by means of trickery, chi
canery or technicality.
And the same argument nsed in re
ference to these laws applies with equal
force to the relief bills which were
passed over the governor's veto and be
came laws for the benefit of the Arizona
Gazelle company and Lewis Wolfley.
Objections to these bills should have
been made before their passage. After
that they became laws and should be
respected as such.
The Republican was opposed to some
measures passed by the legislature, but
it believes in obeying the will of the
majority and is sorry to note that a few
kickers here and there are disposed to
set themselves np as a minority bigger
than the majority.
Actions of thia kind are not calculated
to raise the territory in the esteem of
outside people, and we trust that every
attempt to overthrow the work of the
legislature will receive that prompt
condemnation which it deserves.
If the millenium is not to strike us
till a time of universal peace among the
nations of the earth, its advent would
seem to be indefinitely postponed. Just
now there is a hean of trouble all
around the bush. The nowder mills
and the arms manufactories are run
ning on overtime, while the Universal
Peace society has closed its doors to
The alleged declaration of Governor
McKinley that he would quit the Ee-
f MAKE-.- HAY-.- WHEN' THE': SDNv SHINES.
Our Mowers have no
j Standard HitpJir'e' Mowers. $
I Deering rittto;pBuSatKakeS( Mowers J
Ha v Stackers and TTa.v- i
: Wood ing gocds of
1 in' 1 Mi l' ncuifii
publican party if it pronounced for free
silver would be more interesting if it
were not altogether improbable. Gov
ernor McKinley is out for the purpose
of making friends, not enemies. The
story was probably invented to force an
expression from him on the money
The Delaware legislature, which
can grant divorce for "incopatibility of
temper." has now forty-one divorce
bills on its calendar, and when it is not
balloting for United States senator it
can amuse itself by considering the
evidence and hearing the arguments in
these cases of matrimonial discord.
Secretary Morton may show that
members of congress sold their appor
tionment of seeds, but the showing
will not materially hurt their reputa
tions. Kothing can injure the reputa
tion of the Fifty-third congress.
Secretary Gresuasi, as we under
tand it, is determined to maintain the
Monroe doctrine, unless some foreign
power is so ungracious as to disregard
Perhaps a fourteenth or fifteenth
Fair will may yet be found in favor of
Colonel Phoebe Couzins.
All this lacks of being spring is the
bluebiid and ths straw hat. The
bloomer girl is here.
ANIMALS ON FARMS.
& Decrease Reported of All Kinds Ex
cept Milch Cows.
The statistical bureau of the agricul
tural department has friven out the fol
The estimates of farm animals for
January, 1893 show a decrease in the
lumber of horses, as compared with
January, ISO-i, of 1S7,281, or 1.17 per
3ent.; a decrease in mules of 19,123, or
).81 per cent.; an increase in milch
20W0 cf 17.150, or 0.10 per cent.; a de
crease in oxen and other cattle of 2,
MSjPS'J, or C',1! percent; a decrease in
:he number of sheep of 2,7.3,P33, or
5.11 percent.; a decrease In t'ie Uuinuer
f swine of 1.010,7, or 2.30 per cent.
In value horses have declined 24.1
percent., mules 23.5 per cent., milch
jows have increased about 1 per cent.,
oxen and other cattle have lost in
ralue 1.1 per cent., sheep have declined
!.2per cent, and swine lfi.O per cent.
The decline in the prices of farm
lorses is reneral throughout the coun
try. The exceptions are to be found in
the mountain and Pacific states and
Massachusetts. The range of horses
.s from 213.13 per head in Utah, to ."71.13
.n Massachusetts. The average value
t milch cows increased from S21.77 in
1893 to 5-1-97 for last year.
The average value per capita of ani
mals as estimated are as follows:
Horses, 830.2ft; mules, $47.55; milch
:ows, 21.97; oxen and other cattle,
514.0(3; sheep, S1.5S; hogs, 54.97.
The aggregate numbers and value of
inimals are as follows: Horses 15,893,
318, value ?-.70,740,5GO; mules 2,333,103,
value pi 10,927.834; milch cows lG,f.01,
529, value 352,0!), 729; oxen and other
cattle, 34,304,210, value g4S2,999,129;
sheep 42,294,004, value 8C0,GS.",707; swine
44.105.8i0. value S219.501.307. Total
values of live stock on farms is 1,819,
34G,30G, a decrease of 5351, 370,440.
The World's Fair Tests
showed do baking powder
so pure or so great in leav
ening power as the Royal.
Spring and Summer Shoes
We have on hand a laige stock of
Oxfords and Lightweight Shoes
IN TAN AND BLACK
which are just the thing for warm weather. Light,
cool, foot form shoes, mean
Rest and Comfort to the Feet. Try Them.
(Successors to Godwin & Co.)
a11 kinds- Mowers !
niimnm nninrw - :
E. KEMP CO.,
U.-i n hl
Capital .... $100,000
Surplus - - 25, OOO
M. H. SHERMAN, Vice-President.
M. W. MSSSBNGBE. Cashier.
BUY AND SELL EXCHANGE.
Discount Commercial Paper and do a
General Banking Business.
Office Hours 9 a. m to 3 p. m,
Am. Exchange Natl. Bank New Yoii
The Anglo California Bank, .
Nationai Baniof Illiois.7. "xXKS
FirstNatlocal Bsnk Jm Ani-i
Prescott National Bank Preseott? Arizona
NAUOM BANK OF ARENA,
Capital Paid Up - $100,000
Surplus - - - . 80,000
M. W. Kales. Sol. Lhwts
J. Y. T. Smith, Chab. Goldman.
Geo. W. Hoadley.
The Bank of California,.... Ban Kranciucu,
Agency of Bank of California New York
National Bank of Commerce, St Louis
First National Bank, Chicago.'
Fanners & Merchants Bank, Lob Angeles
Consolidated National Bank Tucson
Bank of Arizona Prescott
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Sons '.'.London!
M. W. Kales, Sol. Lewis,
Gbo. W, HoAJHjtY, Cashier.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
TELEPHONE SO, 78.
21 South Center St.. PHCENIX.
E. t. BURLINGAME'S
ASSAY OFFICE s SK,
Established in Colorado, 1866. Samples by
mail or express will receive prompt and care
Gold and Silver BoIIion SSSSJ,
Address. 1736 and 173$ Lawrence St.. Henrer, Colo.
The Fashion Barber Shop.
FRANK SHIRLEY, Proprietor.
LADIES' WORK DONE
AT THE 8HOP OR RE81DENCE
NEATE8T BATH ROOMS IN THE CITY
OPPOBITE THE OPERA HOUSE.
MENT. I make a specialty of sonnd Inventtiient
real estate m fhoenix ana vicinity. In
every cage the return is good and the safe
ty of the principal will be absolute, it
yon have from 3Mm to WIO.000 to invest
s-e nie or yon may miss a good opportu
nity, PLANK. 33 So. Center St.
Opera li cruse.
Hirshfeld & Fleishman. Lessees & Mgrs:
For a Good Team
Horses Boarde-1 by the Week or Month at
Lowest Rates. Telephone No 96.
ALBRIGHT & MURPHY Props
One block south of Commercial hoteU
When in need of a good team or place
to keep your horse call on us
C M. STURGES & CO.
Third St., rear of Lemon house.
DR. I.UKK Cnlnese Phvsiciao. Four
years' practice in Phcenix. Nervnns.
.---- "v.,t,;u. x tijja.it; tit KnebF, etc . ft
w uu-h:a. j-r,iemf5 lvine in th
country can be feated by mail. Write forTnfor
mation. Conpultntion fio B itrinior-
436 WEST WASHIRPlTON STBct.Fmrth,4
in Arizona, row conducted bv the.
Tuck Hing Co.,
Regular Meals, 25 cents.
Short Orders 5, 10, 15 cents and upward;.
Special orders as
Chicken, Oysters, etc.,.
Meal tickets, S4.50.
Opp. Court House,
Bear of Palace Saloon
WING YUEN & CO., Props.
First-class meats prepared by exDert conV at
cehaiires- fU Mf
GARDEN CITY RESTAURANT
THE OLDEST IN THE CITY.
Enjoys the best standing with tradesmen. But
, fw tu puce an a Kiyeb
the BEST iJO-CEUT A1EA1.
Tuck, Hing & Co.
22 and 24 Wash iEgt on St., east of Jacobs & Co.
.rrivai.e rooms ror lamine?. riesets, S4.50,
Single meals 25c.
Chas. W. Stevens
Cor. First & Adams Bts.,
LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE..
Good Turnouts on short notice
at all hours of the day and night.
Buy, Sell and Trade, Horses.
Special attention to boarding hones.
Hack Stand, Conn Bros. Cigar Store, -Telephone.
Ho for White Bills Mining Camp !
Tri-Weekly Stace Line.
Through In one day; 8-passenger, 4-hora.
thorough brace wagon ; change horses at Crosf
ranch and at Mountain Springs: leaves Kinc
man Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 7:80 i
m., and arrives at camp at 7 p. m. same day.
Leaves White Hills Camp Tussday, Tbnrsd."
and Saturday at 8 a. m., and arrives at Kin
man at 6 p. m, same day.
Fare, 7; freight3c.
Shortest and moBt direct route to the e
White Hills milling camp. Stage office at stort
the W. H. Taggart Mercantile company. Extrs.
conveyances on application.
CROSS CO., Prop's,
h4 republican has ths best job
Printing office in the territory. Bood!
Wort at reasonable prices our motto.
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