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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: 5 SATURDAY MOKNIflG, JUNE 29, 1695.
HIE AMMA REPUBLICAN. TVV11Y AJUD WEEKLY. MEMBER OF THS AS3;)UIATKL( PRESS. OFFICIAL CSTY PAPER. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN COMPAKT. EOAP.O OF DiESCTOES : iewis Wolfley, Clark Churchill, J. A. Black, T.j. Wolliey, .idwurd Batt, Jr. Publication Oiilce: li JSorth First Avenue, Fleming Block, i slethoce Eo. 47. Unieiea tti tee pctolfece at i'hcemx, Arizona, s iiinil oiatiei oi the second clats. BY CARRIER: Tue Daily Republican is delivered bv car fierier m Phcenix at 2o cents oar week or 51 BO per mouth in advance. Subscribers Jailing to jet Ths Republican regularly or promptly should notify The kb tjblicax business oiiiee (not the carrier) in wier to receive immediate attention. Tele phone No. 47. 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The republican is fully prepared to do all kinds ot plain ar d fancy Job printing in fell the late::t tvlcs. Complete bock bindery and ruling machinery in connection with the job depart ment. Work perfectly and promptly done. NOTICE TO BUSINESS MEN. No bills atrnmst The Ap.izona Rkfublican 0o or its employes will be paid by the com pany unless they were cont-acted upon the written authority of the management. T. J. WOLFLEY. GeneralMauager. OTTii MOTTO: ' X 1V y ' - 1 6 TO 1. STAND DP FOB ARIZONA. PMtENIS. JUNE 29, 1835. ' "CIVILIZED" MONEY. We bear a great deal about the "civ ilizt3d" nations and their money. Sil ver has now got to be a ''barbarous" currency. It ia true a great many na tions or ipop'fs we don't regard as "Christians" use only silver, yet they are very rich nations, and commercial ly the most important in the world. Were it not for India, for example, England would be a .mere fourth rate power, in the rank of Sweden, Norway, SwitzErland and like states. Yet India is not even a bimetallic, but a silver monometa country. In a book printed in 1893 we find the single silver using countries are given as India, China, Japan, the South American republics, Mexico. Peru, B'issia, Tripoli, etc. The bimetallic countries, or (hose using both sold and ei.ver, were France, United States, Chiii, Cuba, Greece, Hayti, Argentine E public, Holland, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Eoumania, etc. Ko.v eouio 0! there are highly civilized they think. The "gold" countries are Germany, England, Denmark, Portugal and some of the more dependent colonies of these gbwruniente. Or on a liberal estimate of thu population of the globe, seven- A 2 Just Received a new line of 2 imiMP UUiUliiil t 1 s - in sizes to fit big and little. n Fuming Block. 1 Tf! GlYcn Away T-Itt Jill la .ibi'j. Shis, i Hatter. eighths of the human race use silver alone aa money or the two metals to gether. So if we really want to have a money cosmopolitan and that will pass anywhere we ought to have silver. But the gold people only regard one country as "civilized," really Eng land. They admit for the sake of politeness that Germany is civilized, but as her civilization only dates back about twenty years, the time Bilver was superseded, they don't say much about her. The truth is the gold story is all a lie web and woof. Gold is not the money of the world universal.' It is unknown to two-thirds of the human race but it is the money ef the usurer, and the usurer only. To make gold the only money of ultimate payment is to enslave the world to those who own the gold. And this is the one most effective way to destroy the freedom, civilization and progress of mankind. A HUMAN HOG. Russell Saee states that it ia not a crime to be rich, and that if it is wrong to hold the money he got honestly, it is wrong for a man to hold a dollar that he got honestly. There are people who question the honesty in methods by which men 6uch as Sage acquire vast wealth, hut neither that idea nor the idea of holding a man between one's self and a bomb, was introduced into the interview which a newspaper man had with Mr. Sage the day after the conclusion of the Laidiaw suit. Mr. Sage doeB not believe it is a crime to own money, and he does not believe that that idea is held by Lawyer Choate who cross-examined him unmercifully and recited the parable of Dives and Lazarus. "Mr. Choate said lots of hard things about me," said Mr. Sage, "but I can't notice them. I'll be dignified, I'll give him the credit of being too able a man to believe that he meant all that he said. He recited the parable of Dives and Lazarus for effect. That's all. He knew that the jury was com posed of middle-class men whom he could prejudice. He played off evidence against evidence, and when he talked about rich men he knew he was talking to men who knew nothing about the great responsibilities of financiering. He he just waved these things at them as if he were waving a red flag at a bull. "A big lawyer suggested to me that I could bjjing suit against Mr. Choate. Bat I am in this Laidiaw case for principle io show that society is not responsible for the acts of irrespcsible cranks, like that fellow who threw the bomb at me. Sow I've got to learn that it's a crime to own money. Ifo; why Choate doesn't believe that?" Excellent principles those of Mr. Sage's. It is sad to think that the judgment of $40,000 against him was received by New Yorkers with what the old-fashioned writer use to denom inate "ghoulish glee." HEAVY ON HIS CONSCIENCE. In his quiet retirement at Gray Ga bles the uneasy spectre of that deficit in the National revenue must often haunt President Cleveland. The as siduous attention which he is said to be giving to agricultural pursuits will not altogether drive away the perplex ing question: "How is that bad bal ance to be met?" Old Isaak's gentle art has power they say to charm away all cares, but even amid Grover's fish ing expeditions the visions of that ugly shortage cannot but break in. Other political matters can be postponed, but it is a pressing necessity that money to carry on the government of the coun try be had from some quarter. Reck lessly, blindly, disregarding reason and experience, the Democrats, spurred on by the President, have choked the sources from which money flowed into the treasury. They have run the coun try deeper into debt end burdened the years of the future with the common current expenses of the present. The income tax, their one expedient, would not have bridged the widening gap be tween revenue and expenditure. But whatever it might have done, it is no more. What will be their policy now? Will more bonds be issued, will new indebtedness be created? Or will the 54th Congress when it meets set to work to undo the mischief of the Wilson bill, and restore a tariff which shall both raise an .adequate revenue and at the same time be a protection for American industries? It has been strongly denied that Cleveland will assent to any measure raising the tariff to its old level but will he dare the other alternative and face the whirl wind of indignation which will be raised by the attempt to create a new debt? The expected international monetary conference ia to be called by Germany October 15. The Bundesrath, after re ceiving replies from the various federal governments, stands 10 to 42 in favor of such a cohference. The opposing six teen members come from the three South German states and the Hanse towns, Hambure, Bremen and Tubeck, while Prussia, Saxony end the middle states favor the calling of a monetary conference. The only point still un settled as to what extent Germany, in calling the conference, iB to engage her self, whether to state the purpose aB be ing the ultimate restoration of bimetal lism or only to fix upon a new ratio be tween gold and silver. When any industrial establishment increases the pay of its employes a few Democratic papers indulge in the boast ful fiction of recording that another in dustrial establishment has "gone Dem ocratic." It is strange that these Dem ocratic victories in the industrial field did not appear until the Republican party swept all before it in the domain of politics; not until the Democratic Congress had expired and a Republican Congress had been elected to control the affairs of the Nation. The vagaries of a terribly beaten party assume fan tastic forms some times" Chicago shoe store, 37 West Washing ton. Repairing a specialty. A cup of Parks' Tea at night moves the bowels in the morning without pain or discomfort. 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