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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN : SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 25, l95.
TEE ARIZOAA REPUBLICM. BAILT AND WECELT. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. PUBLISHED BY ' IE IBiZOXA REPUBLICAN COMPANY. BOiED OP DIRECTORS : twis WolSey, Clark Churchill, J. A. Black, T. J. Wolfiey, Edward Butt, Jr. Publication Office: 40 Noun Center Street, Wharton Block. Talephone So. 47. Satered at the nostonice at J? hosmx, Aruona, a mail matter o 1 the second clasB. BY CARRIER: Thk DailyTReptjbucan is delivered by car rterier in Phoenix at ib cents per week or J1.00 jer month in advance. Subscribers failing to get Thi Republican fegularljror promptly should notify Thb Rb stjblican business office (not the carrier) in order to receive immediate attention. Tele phone No. 47. BY MAIL: Daily, one year t 10 DO Daily, six months 5 GO Daily, three months 2 SO Sunday Republican, one year 2 60 4un lay Republican) six months 1 25 Weekly Repu )lican one year 150 feekly Republican, six months 75 Terms: btrictly in advance. XV All communications relating to news or xmorml matter should be addressed to Editor sUpcbucan. C-All remittances and business letters should be addressed to The Arizona Republi can 'Company. Phoenix, Ariz. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN CO. ' AGENCIES. The Republican can be found on sale at the following places : Monition Corner News Stand Phoenix Pratt Bros . " Irvine Co " Postoffice News Stand " ADVERTISING RATES. Rates of advertising in the Daily, Sunday or Weekly edition made known on application at the publication office. Or ring up telephone number 47, and a representative of the business department, will call and quote prices and contract forspace. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. The republican is fully prepared to do all kinds of plain and fancy Job printing in all the latest styles. Complete book bindery and ruling machinery in connection with the job depart ment. Work perfectly and promptly done. NOTICE TO BUSINESS MEN. No bills against The Arizona Republican Ob or its employes will be paid- by the oom Iny unless they were contracted upon the written authority of the management. T. J. WOLFLEY.GeneralManager. OUR MOTTO: FreeCoinage-16tol STAND BP FOR ARM! PHOENIX. AUGUST 25, 1895. EFFECT ON MANUFACTURES. ' There is just one point on which the Democrats have justified their free trade policy when brought down to the line on the eubiect--that ig that it would benefit the manufacturing indus tries of the country and give increased employment to labor. In the light of reBalts being achieved it is ecarcely likely they will care to cling to this contention in the future with their former persistency. Quite recently a trade report noted Ihe fact that foreign manufacturers had some into this market and made con itacta for textiles at prices with which Americans could not compete. This invasion of our market had reached such proportions that domestic manu facturers had curtailed their operations and were awaiting developments. Another trade report from a different source has just been published in which mention is made of the fact that the importations of textiles have greatly increased. Now, it is evident that we cannot import our supply of textiles from abroad without injuring our own in- i Great Sale of Summer Shirts 4 t" ALL Q'O- t ALL I T Leo ! Greene Fleming Block The Hatter. dustries and curtailing the opportuni ties offered for the employment of American labor. It has been said some times that this would make no differ ence, but the action of our manufactur ers in restricting their operations be cause of the large contracts being made here by foreigners shows that the direct effect of this foreign competition is to curtail the production of our own mills. It must be remembered that this tex tile feature of the tariff was one to which the Democrats paid special at tention. They put wool on the free list and then proceeded to revise the tariff on all textiles on free trade lines. The effect of their action is to lessen Ameri can manufacturing, though it was ex plicitly promised that it should have the opposite effect. Moreoyer, it was promised that the price of American wool should increase. We weie told the introduction of the foreign staple would give American manufacturers material with which to mix the domestic product. Manufac turing, in addition, was to be stimu lated, and the net result was to be that there would be a demand for American wool that would force its price right up. Every reader remembers the promise and the line of argument npon which it was supported. But what ib the actual result of experience? The latt review of the wool market in Boston informed as that American wools were lower, though the foreign article was firm. Neither in its effect npon manufac turing nor upon the wool industry does the Democratic tariff bear out the promises made for it. AS AN INVESTMENT. The owner of unproductive real estate would be in a desponding condition, in deed, but for the confidence he has in the early resumption of an active de mand for property, and an uninter rupted continuance of the building re vival which has set in the present sea son. Everybody knows that returning prosperity is certain to follow the big crops of the present season, and that in vestors will multiply rapidly as the money for the year's products gets into circulation. The way to prepare for this long hoped for revival is to make the city as as attractive as possible. The parks should be made as beautiful as possible. The importance of good streets every where is even greater than the build ing of handsome drives and shady parks here and there. The wise prop erty owner will see to it that he dees his part in putting his own possessions in as attractive a shape as possible. Improved property will sell for more than that which is uninproved. Every dollar intelligently invested in the im provement of a street will double itself many times as an investment. Intelli- 9 gent investment in this direction means an improvement that will be considered as a permanent expenditure. It is not enough to improve a street by grading intended to last only until a bale can be made; but the principal streets should be paved with the best material. The purchaser of inside property who will be in the market for the future will take fewer chances than his predecessor put his money upon. He will want to know what sort of conditions are to sur round his property. If the street is well drained, curbed and paved he will know that building improvements will not be held back by nnprogreseive in' dividuals, who are interested only in selling out their holding there. This is one of the strongest incentives to the carrying out of the paving pro position that can be brought forward It is an inducement that every property owner can easily understand. The Chicago Record says that ,:Mr. Hill would give the presidential honor to Mr. Morrison ; Mr. Morrison would give it to some other fellow; Mr. Flower, as the other fellow would give it to Mr. Whitney, and Mr. Whitney saya it ought to go to Grover. And there you are. The expectant world is waiting to hear Mr. Cleveland offer to abdicate in favor of his dear friend Gor man." Undoubtedly Gorman would pass the honor back to Mr. Cleveland and then see that the gift was made in operative. Thb predicted early return of tight sleeves should not be too sudden, or the average man will be unable to recognize his lady acquaintances, and might make the serious mistake of trying to flirt with his own wife. The bond- syndicate's success- in eav- ing the United States treasury from the depredations of the bond eyndicate, to gether with the profits of its labors, is one of the great financial triumphs of the century. Death has no terrors for the truly brave man who is fighting for his coun try or harvesting uncarbonized kisses from his best girl's lips. If the horseless carriage comes into general use it may not be long till there will be a demand for a horseless break fast table. - INDIAN JUSTICE. One Man the Constable, Court and Jury. An Example That Might Be Followed With Good Results By More Civilized People. From the Tempt News. A case of Indian justice took place yesterday which for neatness and dis patch furnishes an example which might be followed with considerable advantage by our own courts. It seems that a Fima Indian had stolen a quantity of wheat from a tribesman and had disposed of the grain to J. A. Ford, receiving $1.50 for it. The Indian who had been jobbed made complaint to the Fima author ities and the Indian constable soon put an appearance at the store and got a description of the thief, after which he started in quest of him. After a few hours he returned with his prisoner and asked the clerks to identify him which they were able to do. The constable then turned to the thief and ordered him to disgorge the $1.50, which was done and the money turned over to the rightful owner. "Now," said the officer to his prisoner, "we go home." As the pair were leav ing the store the constable was asked what he was going to do with the thief, to which he replied, "Oh, I give him twenty day." The constable had re solved himself into a justice court with all the side dishes thrown in, and in this case at least, he likely went as near to the right thing as a more civil ized court would have done, and that with a great deal less fuss and expense. Oh! My Back! A good many tired men and women could get rid of that pain in their back if they would try Parks' Sure Cure for the .Liver and Kidneys. The trouble is asuallv there and Parks' Sure Cure reaches and cures it. Sold by C. Eschman & Co. 4 Excursion Rates. Between the dates of June 1 and September 30 the Atchison, Topeka & Santa ie Kailroad company will sell from Deming, El Paso and other New Mexico points, round trip tickets to various eastern and northern points at greatly reduced rateB, limited for re turn until October 31, 1895. Our equipment is all new, contains all the conveniences known to modern travel, road-bed smooth, and we are thus in a position to insure for our patrons a safe and comfortable trip to any point north, east or south. For Pullman car reservations or further information re garding rates, connections, etc., call upon or address C. H. Morehouse, di vision passenger agent, El Paso, Tex. G. A. R. Cheap Kailroad Excursion. The wisdom of the national commit tee in selecting a city so centrally lo cated, easy ot access, as Louisville, Ky., for the twenty-ninth annual encamp ment of the Grand Army of the Repub lic, September 11th to 14th, it fully justified, judging from the numerous inquiries received from all parts of the country relative to transportation facili ties, passenger rates, limits of tickets, etc. In anticipation of a very large atten dance, the Baltimore & Ohio South western railway (formerly the O. & M. E'y), the leading route to Louisville from the west, north and east, has made preparations to afford visitors every facility, both in the way of low rates and fast trains, handsomely and comfortably equipped, from all its ter minal points. Three daily trains St. Louis to Louisville; two trains daily (except Sunday) Beardstown and Springfield to Louisville; three daily trains Cincinnati to Louisville; two daily trainB Parkersbnrg to .Louisville. Rate via B. & O. S-W R'y will not ex ceed one cent per mile. Tickets will be on sale September 8th to 11th, in clusive, good returning until October 5th, 1895. One of the principal events following the close of the encampment will be the dedication of the Chickamauga Nation al Military Park, Chattanooga, Tenn., to which excursion rate from Louis ville, Ky., will not be higher than one cent per mile. In addition there will be cheap excursions run from Louis ville to the various battlefields in the vicinity. The citizens of Louisville are a unit in their expression of according to their guests a royal entertainment during the encampment. Any further particulars desired will be cheerfully furnished on application to A. C. Goodrich, passenger agent of the B. & O. S-W. Ry., Kansas City, Mo., or to J. M. Chesbrough, general passenger agent, St. Louis Mo. Excursion Account G. A. R.,- Via Maricopa & Price nix Railroad. The National Encampment of the G. A. R. will be held at Louisville, Ky., September 10 to 14 next. September 6 to 8 inclusive, tickets will be on sale via the Maricopa & Phoe nix railway, at a rate of $62 45 for the round trip, Phoenix to Louisville and return. The tickets will be limited for continuous passage both going and re turning, and will carrv a final limit for return trip until Sep'tember 25 next, inclusive. Passengers may be rotued through New Orleans or via any direct route. For further infoimation" call at city office, 20 and 22 North Center street. J. H. Miller, G. H. Honshell, Com'l Agent. Gen'i Supt. Oh Yes. We keer Park3' Cough Syrup and we tell everyone it is the best cough cure we sell. Everybody likes it and we sell it on a guarantee. Try it for your cold. Sold by C. Eschman & Co. 6 Notice. J. A. Lutgerding & Co. will sell you more good meat for spot cash than any other market in the city. Call and get prices. Remember the market is one door east of the postoffice, popularly known as Zoeckler's market. The U. S. Gov't Reports show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others. Jlstterfceacf- STRICTLY l A AUlMIot 1 m Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry! El EVERYTHING v Though Goods are our most important branch, we would call special attention to our 5 WATCH REPAIRING 3 Which is not excelled anywhere in the United States. pVantilburg & Davison J Leading Phoenix Jewelers. 3 INSURANCE THAT INSURES. A Policy Absolutely Without Restrictions as to occupation, residence, travel, habits of life or manner of death ; A Policy with but One Condition, namely, the payment of premiums; A Policy with a Month's Grace in premium payments and paid in full in case of death during the month of grace, less only the overdue premium with interest; A Policy Providing for Re-instatement within six months after default in pay rnent of premium, if the insured is in good health ; A Policy AUTOMATICALLY non-forfeiting after three annual premiums have been paid, the policy being extended for its full amount for a period shown therein, without request, or endorsed as paid-up for an amount shown therein on request within six months; A Policy with Privilege of Cash Loans at 5percent interest, five years after issue; A Policy with Six Options in Settlement at the end of 10, 15 or 20 years ; A Policy Incontestable from Any Cause One Year After Issue; THAT'S THE "Accumulation Policy" OF NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. R. Allyn Lewis, General .gent for Arizona. Room 5, Fleming Block - - - - Telephone No. 67. PAINTS. READY For HOUSE, CARRIAGE or RENOVATING FURNITURE. at HNNMMMNIM'NNMM Graduate Chicago College of Pharmacy. Yo olt'lhe Right Label On the Right Bottle tL Right Price irydeu.t BRISLEY'S PHARMACY, Hotel Barke Building. . - PKESCOTT, ARIZ. No More Maw or Itch. I have a medicine which is an in f alible cure for the disease known as Mange or Itch. I offer and agree to cure any horse suffering irom this infirmity at usual and reasonable rates. R. SILVA A. No. 30, Washington Street. Phoenix, Arizona. The Steam Riding Gallery Is now open for business EVERY AFTERNOON AND EVENING at the corner of Center and Madi son streets. Good enjoyment for old and young. Mile and a Half Ride for 5 Cents. 1)3 MratedfrsQcL? (fore, "APHRODITINE" 53 Is Sold os a POSITIVE GUARANTEE to cure any form of nervous disease or any disorder of the generative or gans of either sex, whether arising fromtheexcessive? use ot Stimulants. A FTP"!? cfcacco orOpium, or through youthful ind;?cT '.u,oi:riiiuuigence,ofc.,Bucaas iiOSROt Brait 1'o'vcr, Wakefulness, Bearing down PaiDRintix lack, Seminal Weakness, HysterU, Kerrous Pro trai&m, Nocturnal Emissions, Lencorrhc?a, Dis zincss, Weak Memory, Loss oi Power and Impo fcr.cy, which if neglected of tea lead to prematura cIJ afro and insanity. Price $1.00 a box, 6boxel fur 5.00. Sent by mail on receipt of price A TTEIT iKS GUARANTEE is given f ni i r-ry ?3.00orderreceived, to refund the money il n 1'crmnnent cure Is not effected. W e bav liioasandsof testimonials fromcld and younff oi both sexes, whohave beer, permanently curvd I y the use of Apbroditine. Circular free. Addrea THE APHRO MEDICINE CO. Western Branch. Box 27. Pobtulno- Ob Cor Bale by O. H. REEFER, Drugglati Phoenix Arison P O. Box 29S. MRS. M. E. 8POONER, proprietress of the Harden Hotel has a most delightful home for ladies stopping in Tempe as well as gentlemen. The only ladies hotel in Tempe. FIRST-CLASS. THE Mixed Paints. Steam Riding Gallery EEFORP Talbot & Hubbard's; Hardware Store.