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iiO, THE ARIZOAA REPUBLICAN. DHL! AD WEIKLI. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. PUBLISHED BY THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN COMPANY. BOARD OF DIRECTORS : iewie Wolfley, Clark Churchill, J. A. Black, t.j. noiney.aawara Butt, Jr. Publication Office: 4U North Center Street, Wharton Jjiocit. Telephone K o. 47. Enterea at the postorace at FhoBniz, Arisona. as mail matter oi the second class. BY CARRIER: Thk Daily Republican is delivered by car fierier in fhoenix at 25 Cents per week or $1.00 per montn in aavauce. Subscribers failing to get The Republican regularly or promptly should notify The Re ?dblican business office (not the carrier) in order to receive immediate attention. Tele phone No. 47. BY MAIL: Daily, one year $ 10 00 Daily, nix months & 00 Daily, three months 2 50 Sunday Repu blican, one year 2 50 sun lay Kepaolican, six months 1 25 Weekly Repu oilcan one year 2 00 Weekly Republican, six months 1 00 Terms: strictly in advance. 4TA11 communications relating to news or editorial matter should be addressed to Editor 4EFCBLICAN. Ctf-fi.ll remittances and business letters should be addressed to The Arizona Republi can Ookpasy. Phoenix, Ariz. - THK ARIZONA REPUBLICAN CO. AGENCIES. The Republican can be found on sale at the following placeB : Monition Corner News Stand .Phoenix Pratt Bros " Irvine Co ' Postoffice News Stand ADVERTISING RATES. Rates of advertising in the Daily, 8unda 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. CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT. J. M. Flowers is the superintendent of circu lation and is authorit d to solicit subscrip tions and collect pay for the same. 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 andruling machinery in connection with the job depart ment. Work perfectly and promptly done. NOTICE TO BUSINESS MEN. No bills against The Aeizona Republican Co,, or its employes will be paid by the com pany unless they were contracted upon the written authority of the management. T.J. WOLFLEY. GenerallTanager. OUR. MOTTO: FreeCoinage-16tol TAP DP FOE AEIZONA. PHCENIX. AUGUST 30, 1895. EFFECT OF FREE TRADE. Readers of the daily papers cannot fail tu have been impressed by the ac cumulating evidence of the effect of the Democratic tariff upon the woolen busi ness. The trade review published re cently states that a number of houses that have eold American woolens ex clusively Rre now handling foreign makes and that the latter are supplant ing those of American manufacture. This in line with much that has re cently appeared and it is settled beyond question that foreign woolens have se cured an advantage over domestic goods that makes the future of the woolen in dustry in this country very uncertain. Reference to the history of the past campaigns will show that the Demo cratic promise was that free wool and reduced tariffs on manufactured goods would lead to increased manufacturing in the United States. It is hot neces sary to go over that feature of the sub ject here, for every reader is familiar with the Democratic position. What the people are interested in now is the effect of the Democratic tariff, and they I Great Sale of i Summer Shirts ALL SIZES. ALL STYLES. I Greene Fleming Block The Hatter. ttttT?tttt find that it is exactly opposite of what was promised. It must be borne in mind that the woolen business was selected by the Democrats aa the one in which they would show the advantages of their free trade policy. While they would experiment in other lines, they would apply the principle in all its purity to this business and demonstrate to the country that the way to build np and extend industry was through free trade. They put wool, the "raw material," on the free list and reduced the duties on the manufactured products. They took their cue from President Cleveland's famous free trade message in which he selected the wool and woolen industries as the basis of his argument in support of the proposition that free trade would be a blessing to the industry and to the country. They have insisted that free wool would be to the advantage of wool growers and that it would make the American manufacturer the master of the situation. It was to conquer the markets of the world for us, and the great activity in the mills of the coun try was to make higher prices for the wool grower. The result is that we lose our own market for the manufactured goods while the price of wool is nearly cut in two. It is all loss and no gain. Work is taken from American opera tives and loss is visited upon all in any way connected with the industry. As the wool and woolen industries were to furnish the shining illustration of the benefits of frje trade, we are justified in pointing to the result as evidence that all that has been claimed by the protectionists respecting the ef fect of the free trade policy was correct. It is proven by the effect of the new tariff upon the wool and woolen indus tries that free trade takes work from our own people and inflicts loss upon those who have money invested in any branch of business affected. The wool and woolen schedule ha9 proved the ef fect of free trade and the proof is against the theory of the Democratic party. That which creates a demand for cheap goods creates a demand for wool substitutes ; and the present tariff law and the depression which grew out of the pernicious and unwise legislation of the Democratic administration have so reduced the earnings of the' people aa to largely increase the consumption of low grade goods. This is one of the inevit able results of the Democratic policy of restricting the domestic market for the domestic manufacturer and increasing and broadening it for the foreign manu facturer. Our oeople depend for their wages upon making goods here, and that which tends to curtail their market tends to curtail their earning capacity, and consequently restricts their means of purchasing. It is because of this that we not only see activity among domestic shoddy manufacturers, in creased importations of all descriptions of wool Eubstitutep, but increased im portations of goods made from low stock. . President Cleveland is now said to be undecided between a third term and a trip to England after bis second term. Without presuming to offer advice on what may be considered a matter per sonal to the president, the remark may be permitted that one ia possible while the other is not. The new Boston paper, the Standard, appears to be doing all it can in an humble way to stir up Protestants against Catholics. The proverbial in tolerance of New England appears to be perennial and always on tap. The young czar and his wife are said to have experienced one or two family jars recently, independent of nihilist bombs. This looks as if there was some home life among the crowned heads, after all. Probably we ehould look leniently upon those missionaries who are trying to make martyrs of themselves. It is an old trick among the politicians and often works admirablv. Albuquerque Citizen: At the Na tional Irrigation Congress New Mexico and Arizona will show the world that they are entitled to statehood. A gentleman just back from an ex tended trip to many states and cities reports that he saw no place that is growing aa Phoenix is. There are no flies on Senator Quay. The Republican congratulates him up on his magnificent personal vindication The Cuban insurgents have adopted our form of government. Now let the adopt our style of making it stick. Mk. Whitney's boom is getting in dangerous waters he is being referred to as a "magnetic statesman." INDIAN CLAIMS. A Military Order That Caused Many. Ex-Mayor Monlhon Tell of a Re. markable Document Issued by General Mason In 1865. From the Preseott Courier. Along in 1865, Brig. Gen. John S, Maeon, in command of the district of Arizona, issued a rather remarkable order, stating that Indians found with in given boundary lines were peace' ful and should not be elain, while those outside were hostile and might be slain wherever found. A number of Arl zonians entered the supposed peaceful district with their herds, only to have them slaghtered and stolen by the In dians resident therein, Some of these old timers are now alive and seek to get redress trom the government for losses sustained. Among thia number is ex Mayor Monihon, of Phoenix, who, at that time, acted as guide for General Mason, and was in his office at the time the order referred to was made. As the order ia of interest to these claimants, as well as to the general public, it is here produced from a file of the Arizona "Miner" of 1865: Headquarters Dist. of Arizona,) Prescott, A. T., Dec. 18, 1895. J General Order No. 15. It is announced for the government of all concerned that a distinct under standing exists between the superin tendent of Indian affair and the mil itary authorities with the Mohave, luma, tiualpai and Yavapai tribes of Indians, that they will not be molested in the country west of the Granite wash, on the La Paz road, and Juniper mountain, on the Mohave road. All Indians found east of those lines are hostile and may be slain wherever found, but soldiers and citizens are warned against molesting or in any manner maltreating Indians west of those lines. If any bands are trailed beyond those lines, toward the river. after the depredations have been com mitted, the faet muBt be reported either to the superintendent of Indian affairs or to the general commanding tne district, tor investigation and punishment. Individuals or small parties of whites must not attempt to take the punishment in such cases into their own hands. By so doing they render themselves liable to the pen alties of the law, which will be fully en- lorced in everv case. By order of Bkig. GkK, John S. Mason. John Green, Captain and A. A. G. 1,200 TONS PER MONTH. Crittenden an Important Ship ping Point. Many Pounds of Copper, Silver and and Lead Ore Shipped and Merchandise Received. From the Tucson Citizen. Crittenden has within the past few months developed into an important shipping point. Judge Edward Vander lip, who came in from there Monday, states that 1,200 tons of ore per month have been shipped from that point com mencing May 1st. The ores are copper, silver and lead bearing. The copper ores are taken from the Duquesne properties in Wash ington camp, and the silver and lead ores from the Pride of the West in the same camp, and from the Trench mine near Harsbaw, now under lease by Kichard tarrell. The latter had about 100 men in his employ, but is at present working a lighter force pending the opening of new ground. The Trench ores are of peculiar formation and are said to carry about 40 per cent lead and 90 ounces silver to the ton. The ores go to the international Smelting com pany at El Paso, TexaB. This company is working the Duquesne properties. Merchandise to the amount of sixty tons per month is being shipped to Crittenden for distribution to the vari ous mining camps. Wanted A thorough, experienced and successful all-round printer and newspaper man of ability, to take charge of weekly newspaper and lob omce, Must be strictly temperate and a bustler. One familiar with Southern Arizona, and married preferred. Ad dress with reference, at once, The News, Willcox, Ariz. Excursion Account C. A. R.. Via Maricopa & Phoenix Railroad. The National Encampment of the G. A. R. will be heid 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, Pnoenix to Louisville ana return. The tickets will be limited for continuous passage both going and re turning, and will carry a final limit for return trip until September 25 next, inclusive. Passeneers may be rotued through New Orleans or via any direct route, b or further information call at city office, 20 and 22 North Center street. J. H. Miller, g. H. Honshell, Com'l Agent. Gen'l Supt. The U. S. Gov't Reports show Royal Baking Powder suoerior to all others. ARtme best CIGARETTE SMOKERS ho care to pay a little more than the cost of ordinary trade cigarettes will find the PET CIGARETTES SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS . Made from the higlie.-t cost Gold Leaf grown in Virginia, and ar ABSOLUTF Y PURE Oh Yes. We keen Parks' Cough 8yrun and we tell everyone it is the beet cough cure we sell. Everybody likes it and wp sell it on a guarantee. Try it for your cold. Sold bv C. Eschman &. Co. ft Save Assessment Work on Mines. The new law requires annual work on every location or relocation. This is saved by obtaining a United States patent. Five hundred dollar's worth of work or improvements on one mine, or scattered over a group of adjoining mines, is sufficient to ensure a United States patent to anv number of mines so grouped, or for a single mine. Further information cheerfully given by letter or personally. Terms of sur vey reasonable. Apply to Lewis Wolfley, Civil and Mining Engineer and TT. R. Deputy Mineral Surveyor, Phoenix, Arizona. SP nrwwnrmiwwm m I Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry! ZT EVERYTHING STRICTLY Though Goods are our most important branch, we would call special attention to, our B WATCH REPAIRING 3 Which is not excelled any where in the United States. pVantilburg & Davison,! E Leading Phoenix Jewelers. 2 INSURANCE THAT INSURES. A Policy Absolutely Without Restrictions as to occupation, residence, travel, uauiLcj oi me or manner oi aeam ; 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 ment of premium, if the insured is in good health ; A Policy AUTOMATICALLY non-forfeiting after three annual premiums have been paid, th6 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 Agent for Arizona. Room 5, Fleming Block - - - - Telephone No. 67. PAINTS. READY For HOUSE, CARRIAGE or RENOVATING FURNITURE. at Graduate Chicago College of Pharmacy. Ion will DirfM Tar.nl Get the "15m MIUG1 On Right Bottle IL Eight Price the BRISLEY'S PHARMACY, Hotel Barke Baildin?. . . PKMOTT, ARIZ. No More Hun or Itch. I hare a medicine which is an infalihle cure for the disease known as Mange or Itch. I offer and agree to cure any horse suffering lrom this infirmity at usual and reasonable rates. R. SILVA A. No. 30, Washington Street. Fhceulx, Arizona. The Steam Biding Gallery Is now open for business WKDNESDAX, 8AICRLAX AND SUNDAY at the corner of Center and Madison streets. Good enjoyment for old and youDE. Mile and a Half Bide for 5 Cents. MES. M. E. 8POONER, proprietress of the Hayden Hotel has a most delightful home for ladies stopping In Tempe as well as gentlemen. The only ladies hotel in Tempe. mm mmmmmnm FIRST-CLASS. THE Mixed Paints. Steam Ring Gallery Talbot & Hubbard's; Hardware Store.