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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 3, 1896. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. DAILY AMD WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN COMPANY. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Publication Office: 40 Hoith Center Street, WhartonBlock. Telephone No. 47. Entered at the postofice at Phrenlx, Arizona, IB mail matter of the second class. BY CARRIER: iPBnn.TitinBT.TftN is delivered bv oar- fierier in Phoenix at 25 cents per Week 1.00 per month in advance Subscribers failing to get Th Rk toucan regularly or promptly should notify The Bb publican business office (not the carrier) in order to receive immediate attention. Tele phone No. 47. BY MAIL: Daily, oneyear 1 10 00 Daily , six montns Daily, three months 0 Sunday Repu blican, one year 2 60 Sun lay Repsblican, six months 1 25 Weekly Republican one year 2 00 Weekly Republican, six months 100 Terms: Strictly in advance. All communications relating tonewsor aditorial matter should be addressed to Editor SSPUBLICAJi. tgg Remittances and businessletteresionld be addressed to Thb Abizona Republic in Company. Phcenix.Ariz. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN CO. WITH A MISSION AND WITHOUT A MUZZLE FOB THE FRErJ VOINAUK OF SILVER AT A RATIO OF 16 TO 1. STAND UP FOB ARIZONA. PHOENIX, JANUARY 3, 1896. ENlGDIiAiNiD'S ARROGANCE. The London Pall Mall Gazette lately published an article from the pen of M. Flourens, formerly French minister of foreign affairs, upon the Venezulan controversy. Commenting upon it, the Pall Mall Gazette says: "We wanted to hear what a Trench man thought of Secretary Olney's ex tension of the Monroe doctrine, hut he scarcely touches upon (that and im proves the occasion by giving us some ihome thrusts. (He accuses us of bully ing and breaking faith." M. Flourens says: "The French do not believe in the probability of war, as tooth Great Britain and the United States are prone to weigh profit and loss. Moreover we are accustomed to the cool prudence of England, which will increase in proportion as the youthful impetuosity of the United States gives itself free course. France is far more disposed to accept the Monroe doctrine than you in England, but we reserve anterior rights and do not agree with President Cleveland's conception of arbitration. We are great advocates of arbitration and would gladly see it applied to all in ternational disputes. Notably, we be lieve that difficulties such as may arise between the American republics and European states are all of a nature to be settled by arbitration, to the great advantage of the parties interested. To this effect we should like to see a permanent tribunal of arbitration erected. "British diplomacy still retains vio lent procedure, which is out of place in our epoch. Unless she believes she is face to face with a; stronger . power than herself, her weapons of discussion are ultimatums. This unbridled man ner does enormous harm to her repu tation, -whether it imposes her will on the people whose weakness obliges them to submit in humiliation or whether she gives way, as she will have to do in the quarrel with Vene zuela, before unforeseen resistance., Her moral authority was seriousJy im paired, for instance, by iLord Salis bury's menacing language to the sul tan. European concert in regard to the east, far east or America does not exist, because no one wishes to be ad dressed -with England's diplomatic ar rogance or exposed to the danger of her breaches of faith." It would look as though Great Bri'tain in her lust for additional ter ritory is "adding to the glory of her arms" by the subjugation of yet an other weak and friendless little na tion. The Transvaal republic is a plucky and prosperous little state of South Africa, -which through many vi cissitudes has maintained honorable independence. .But it is fairly sur rounded by British "possessions" and the "civilizing" Briton long has looked over the boundary line which his armies have heretofore found no pre text to cross. But it would appear that the pretext has been found. Late telegrams fram Pretoria, the capital of -the Transvaal, state that an armed force of the British South Africa com pany, numbering 800 imen, with six Maxim guns and other artillery pieces, is reported to have invaded Transvaal territory. The local habitation and breeding place of the American hog has at length been definitely determined upon says the Sacramento iBee. It is at Sit. Louis. Sixteen dollars a day will be the lowest prices for which the poorest room in any prominent hotel can be obtained during the coming session of the Republican 'National convention. The delegates will be sorry in more ways than one that the National com mittee did not select 'San Francisco as ithe place in which to hold the conven tion. .Last Tuesday's Journal-Miner .was especially devoted to a historical sketch of Prescott from a village amid the pines to a city that claims a population of 4,500. The article is most interesting and as well of a character that will well serve to adver tise the beautiful mountain city. The (Republican congratulates the Hon. Mike Nugent upon his appoint ment as deputy revenue collector. He wifll make a good official and so long as Democrats are to have the plums we are glad to see good men like Mr. Nugent capture them. The Holiday edition of the Los An geles Times Issued New Year's day was pleasing in every detail and should be secured iby all who are interested in the wonderful development of that wonderful ' country southern Califor nia. Arizona's Territorial Normal school is an institution ithat does her high credit. More than a hundred students are within its walls, under most care ful instruction, preparing to be teach ers in the public schools of the terri tory. The girls must Ithis year be doubly active in taking advantage of their privilege of popping the question. The year 1900 will not be a leap year and in it February will have but 28 days. The Prescott boys play good football and they are good fellows. But they encountered the fortune of warfare. It cannot be said that the quality of the magazines has been sustained under the reduction in price. CURRENT COMMENT. San Francisco Bulletin: A contem porary believes that if Queen Victoria and Mrs. Cleveland could get together they would patch up the Venezuela misunderstanding in five minutes. A patched-up misunderstanding is not what is wanted. The time has come to clearly define the Monroe doctrine and to as clearly declare our purpose to maintain it. A settlement on that basis will last for all time. Albuquerque Citizen: New Mexico can furnish ten regiments on short notice in case of war .with England. San Francisco Bulletin: (English aggression in ithe Transvaal may not cement the Kaiser to the Monroe doc trine exactly, but it will lead him to lay down a doctrine of his own to fit South Africa. It will be put down with bullets and it will stay put. Instead of finding fault with General Miles for talking aibout 'the lack of coast defenses, he Denver Republican thinks the administration should use ts influence to secure the construction of such works, "What General Miles has commented upon is open to the observation of the whole world, and the situation would not be improved by silence. If coast defenses are need ed congress should be waked up '': an appreciation of the fast. The present administration is so full of autocratic notions that it cannot avoid quarrel ing with some one who may happen to hold a subordinate position. Kingman Miner: If Governor Hughes visits Kingman next Wednes day the editor of the Mineral Wealth will be one of the first who will try and get an introduction to him. This skin deep silver sentiment of the Mineral Wealth is the lightest kind of comedy farces. Hughes has made Arizona a good governor and if he visits King man next week will be greeted as be fits the chief executive of a great terri tory. Kingman Miner. iE. !E. Ellinwood for congress on the Democratic ticket, is what the newspapers of Arizona are just now 'talking about. No man hold ing a federal office in the territory has ever received the encomiums that have been showered upon our United States attorney by men of all parties and all creeds. He belongs to no faction, but does his duty to the people in his dis trict without fear or favor. If he re ceives the nomination northern Arizo na should and will give him a vote of which any man might well be proud. Kingman Miner: We hope to see Arizona admitted to statehood this winter, as our future prosperity de pends to a certain extent on our ability to govern ourselves and to develop our internal resources with state aid. Let the state construct reservoirs and open 'the valleys of Arizona to the agricult- urist and our taxable wealth will run into the hundreds of millions in ten years. LOTS OF TALK About Park's Cough Syrup is what we desire. Every one who tries this remedy says that it has no equal in the Cure of all diseases of the throat and lungs. We know it will cure any cold and do it in the shortest possible time. You don't know this, but you will agree with us if you only ry one bottle of Park's' Cough Syrup. Sold by u. Jiscnman & Co. The World's Fair Testa showed no baking powder so pare or so great la Ieav enins power es the Royal. s toveWood! Otove Wood! Ofore Wood! tove Wood! tove Wood! X tore Wood! tove Wood! JJtove WoodlJJtove Wood! PHOENIX WOOD AND COAL CO. J. W. 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Prices $1.50, $1.00 and 50c, for sale at Opera House Drug Store Friday, Jan. 3, 1896. i'I 1111 W I i"V - t-v. :7 FOR PRESENTS That Will Prove A Delightful Memory ind be all the more grateful to the giver for that reason, our stock of Perfumes and Extracts Is simply unapproachable. Scents are pleasing and if they are on our list, will be found the most delicate and exquisite perfumes that are now produced. We have all the popular odors. C. ESCHMAN & CO. Bo for White Rills Mining Camp ! Trf-Weekly Staso !.:. Through in one day: S-pasninger, 4-hor?., thoroughbrace wagon; change horses at Cro-' ranch and at Mountain Springs: leaves Kin man Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 7:30 i ei.. and arrives at camp at 7 p. m. same day. Leaves White Hills Ct Tuesday, ThursaK and Saturday at 8 a.m., and arrives at Kln man at 6 p. m. same day. Fare, $7; freight3e. Shortestand mo6t direct route to the 2ie White Hills mining c&mp. Stage office atstori the W. H.Taggart Mercantile company. 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