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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN : SUNDAY MORNING, Al.GUST 2, 1896.
7 : THE ARIZONA REPUBUCM. ' ' U4.I1.Y NI WIKKLI, PUBLISHED BY 4 REPUBLICAN COMPANY. JKlfMBfSt YJ1? THE ASSOCIATED ' PRBS3. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. 'Publication Office: 40 North Center Street, ' Wharton Block. Telephone No. 47. 'Entered at'the pistofBce at Phoenix, Arizona, M mail matter of the seeond-cias6. WITH A MIS91'S ANI WITHOUT A KUZZLE FOB TBK FREfc: COIJiAOE OF SILVER AT A KAllO OF 16 TO 1. D? FOB AfilNi 11V CAHKIER. The f mr,Y Republican Is del ered by car rieriu fmeiiix at JSceuts per weekor$1.00 per momh in advance. Sabs ci tiers failing to get The Republican reraiorW or promptly should notify The Ke rcBLKiAN business office (not the carrier) in Order to receive immediate attention. Tele Vhone No. 47 IiY MAIL,. Daily, one year f 10 00 Gaiir,tiz month 5.M) Daily, three months 2.50 Sunday Republican, one yer 2.50 Sunday Republican, six months 1.25 Weeklv Republican, one year 2 00 Weekly Republican, six months 100 Terms: Strictly in advance JHFA11 communina-ionB relating. to news or edStiirial matter should be addressed to Editor Republican . 5-RemHtaiieee an J bus-inessletters hould be a-idressed to The Arizona Republican Oompany Phoenii, Ariz. THK ARIZONA REPUBLICAN CO. PHtENIX. AUGUST 2. 1890. Republican Territorial Platform. FINANCIAL PLANK. "We assert that we a-e tor the free and un limited coinaee of silver at the ratio of 16 to 1 and we, hereby instruct the delegates to the National convention ti. use every means In their power to secure a clause in the National platform favoring the free ana unlimited coin age of stiver. THE VOTER'S DUTY. That the people will not tolerate corruption all the time on the part of ofiicials Is illustrated at this time Jn San Francisco ia the matter of the seven supervisors who lessened by some millions of dollars, the assess . meats of a number of corporations. A. mass meeting was held one night last week and it resulted in the adop tion of resolutions filled with the true ring and spirit of an outraged people. And there is encouragement to hope that prosecutions and punishments will follow that will have a deterrent effect on the successors of the recalci trant officials for a long time to come. At the meeting one question came tip frequently and it is as applicable elsewhere as in San Francisco. "Why do you elect such men to office?" Take this question home to your tself, voter in Arizona, and when the truthful answer to it is" photographed indelibly on your memory keep it there until the next election comes and you are about to cast your ballot. Then ask yourself: "Why should I "vote for this man? Or this man?" and by scratching from your ballot the name of any and every man, candidate for any important position of trust, who does not come up to your idea of the requirements necessary to fill the position to your satisfaction. With, reference to those officials placed in our midst to transact our business, through mo voice of our own. keep alive the cry for statehood. Ia the .meantime let every good cit izen remember that it is at the pre liminary meetings the trouble is brewed. Attend these meetings. Fol low up the good work by attending and voting at the primaries. Do not stay your work until you have seen the sua go down on the day that will determine whether you are to be ruled by officials selected for you by those who have no interest in your business -welfare, or whether the administra- tioa of your affairs shall be in the bands of those of your number whom you can trust, and who have as much mi stake in your.town, county or ter ritory as you have yourself. ( There is food for grave and serious thought ia all this, and it would be .well for every man to ponder it deeply. Ponder it until the resolutioa comes to you that you will not neglect your duty when the time arrives for you to act, and then live up to tine resolution. NO INTIMIDATION. "Reports In circulation represent em ployers of labor, ia certaia instances, es declaring that men in their employ must vote their way. No true American, be ihe Democrat, Populist or Republican, will fail to utterly de nounce anything of this sort. It does not matter in the Interest of what can didate, what party -or what; principle such means ar6 em Dloyed: it isthor- oughly bad,' thoroughly rgnaht to. the American spirit of liberty. . : . The advocatesjof the goid standard indeed, could adopt no .attitude -more surely fatal to i&hedr cause. It would be regarded, and not without reason, as confirming the mistaken notion that this battle of the standards is a conflict between classes. , - The vote of every American citizen is his own, to cast as he pleases. His political opinions are his own, to be dictated by nobody. Hisvaction on questions of public policy Is directed by his own judgment, for which he is accountable to his conscience alone. And he is not to be intimidated. Threats of loss of employment, of disfavor, of boycotting or blacklisting, or intimidation of any kind are high crimes against American citizenship. 'Dealers in money will do well to exercise great care in tiheir manner of transacting business with their pat rons. The threats to close down on notes and mortgages, and to demand additional securities, when dealing with men known to be favorable to sil ver, constitute the most flagrant method of intimidation, and there is a limit ito it somewhere. The man who made the vow that he would not vote for a president until the nominee came from west of the Mississippi disfranchised himself for thirty years. What did he gain? We recall another man who made a vow never to shave or "cut his hair until a Democrat was elected to congress in his ' district Tears rolled on and the man was a sight to behold. The town boys got into the habit' of chasing him. Finally he was sent to a lunatic asylum, where the attendant barber cut his hair and shaved off his beard. And lo! it was discovered that he was sane. To this day his district has not sent a Democrat to congress and the man still keeps his vow. He always patronizes a barber. The following will cause a recogni tion of the same character of import ance some of our citizens attach to themselves. It is from the Atlanta Constitution: 'Hear any noise in town?" asked the editor of the Jimtown Jonah. "Not a sound." "No buildings caved in?" "Not one." "No signs of earthquake?" "None at all." "Or protests from citizens?" "Absolutely none." "Jerusalem!" exclaimed the editor, as he mopped the perspiration from his brow, "and I bolted the party yes terday." A young man of Kansas while in Philadelphia lost his memory. He was taken to a hospital, cared for, and was contented and happy. After a few months his people discovered him last week,, have taken him home, and now every branch of science is at work in am effort to bring back to him that which he was happier without. The most delightful feature of his ill ness, in our judgment, came to him in the ease with which forgetfulness of those he thought he knew best came to him. , ' They have a new system of meas uring criminals now, and schools of Instruction are 'being opened in differ ent parts of the country. It has been reduced to so exact a science that measurements and register of a man can he made in sevea minutes so per fectly that he could be easily picked out anywhere. We have little use for such a school here in Arizona, at the same time a small one might come in handy for aa hour or two. They procured a license to marry all ia a joke. They went before a priest and answered affirmatively all the questions all in a joke. Then they went about their ordinary duties and were no more to each other than friends. Accidentally they discovered that they were actually married all in the joke. Now they live together. a.11 this in Missouri. Will somebody tell us the joke? The latest cure for rheumatism is reported from Australia. The patient cuts open a whalej crawls in and sleeps in the blubber. A great many cures have been effected and it is said to be sure and permanent. The longer time the whale is dead the more speedy is the cuii. Here is a chance for a new industry in Arizona. Raise whales. i ; , Much in Little j Is especially true of Hood's Pills, for no medi- I cme ever contained so great curative power m so small space. They are a whole medicine chest, always ready, al ways efficient, always sat isfactory; prevent a cold or fever, cure all liver ills, Pills sick headache, jaundice, constipation, etc. SBc. The only Pills to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. There is time between now and De cember for our city fathers to beautify Phoenix 'by making the necessary im provements. Turn ia and let us show the 'irrigation delegates who will be here at that time that they cannot brag too highly about us upon re turning to their homes. The adver tisement will be lasting in beneficial results. The people and the grand jury of San Francisco accuse the "solid seven" supervisors of having reduced the assessment roll Iby 3,000,000 to save certain corporations, when they should have raised it l$ll,000,000. Quite a heap of difference. ' So many of our noted persons are being transmuted "from sleep to death" it will be in order for Edison or Tesla to invent some kind of an arrangement to do away withi the ne cessity Jor sleep. W. R. Hearst Inside of five years will be known as the: greatest and most successful newspaper man in the world. And he will deserve it all 'for his pluck.". Hail fellow well met In bar-rooms and at . the gaming tables is not the man to accomplish much in the shape of Jegislatdon ift;the city of Washing ton. . , ' There Is plenty of good material in both parties, so there will be no ex cuse for either putting up a dilapi dated candidate' for delegate to con gress. ,-, ::- .. The report of -the Venezuelan com mission ibids fair to cause the blush of discovery Ato-mantle the cheek of the stolid Briton: But suoh a blush! The first campaign '.puzzle comes in the form of a question. First you are to read the address of Senator Wol cott, and then guess where he is at. No man should be nominated for the Washington billet who is not welcome in the parlors of our ibest citizens. All the campaign hats will be old on the morning of .tbg 4th of November. THE SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. Tucson Citizen: A whipping post may be ibrutail. Wife whipping is also brutal. Things which are alike should be placed together. . Consequently the whipping post and the wife beater should be put in close juxtaposition. Tucson Star: One of the effects of the demonetization of silver is that city of Phoenix lots which were sell ing a year ago for three and four hundred dollars can now 'be had for one and two hundred dollars. Now is a good time to invest in Phoenix un improved real estate. Journal-Miner: The only time the southern Arizona political striker crawls up to Yavapai ia his way of humility, is when he wanfe something in the line of support. When we poor dogs ask of him in legislation what is of right and justice due us, he "laughs our love to scorn, ia union holy," in most cases, and hits us in the neck in a very courteous way, but at the same time it is effective and a knockout for the time. Coconino Sun: A case where the gov ernor could use his executive clem ency and his action meet with the ap proval sf .the majority of the citizens of Arizona is that of . Oscar Rogers, convicted of train robbery and sen tenced to hang on September -11. Journal-Miner: It does not take an Indian trailer to follow the tracks of the combine in Phoenix, in their ef forts to soft-soap Democracy in north ern Arizona. Tucson Star: There are a good many chaps counting their political fortunes by the dozen, but the political hones they are indulging in have not yet been hatched. "The political chicks' will not begin to peep until next No vember. Tucson Star: There are two Arizona individuals who are candidates for congress; if they should he fortunate enough to secure the Democratic nom iaattion they will ibe .buried so deep that they will wonder why they were so badly deceived as to the good sense of the Democratic party. r Tucson Citizen: It is not such a verv Inns time ae-n tihq,t Th PHItati oatorl j j3t where it stood on the silver ques- t-kra. With as great a flourish of rhe - Hlbodli ' . . WA CH j in THE BEST AND ALWAYS GUARANTEED. COOK & BELL'S, 13 8 WeBt Washlnston St., - - PHtENIJ, offlolal Watch Inspectors S. F., P. & P. R. K THE PHOENIX GEOCEEY COMPANY. Occupying the corner store of tbe Ford Hotel. The most complete stock in Arizona. . . . BLACKSMITH AND WAGON SHOP. i - X,. GRAF, Proprietor. HAVING erected a new shop on North Center St.. oppofire the nrhool house forth purpose of carrving on the BLACK SMITHING M! 81 MSN in all it varlou branches, fcan ba found there at all times. Fine carriage mnkinR a specialty BROKING done in the very best manner. A larxe assortment of iron, steel and we eon material cnnstantly on hid. Experienced workmen. Rnsirlne Done With Dispatch. torical grace as it could command, it swallowed its mess of crow, and asserted- its friendliness to silver.. . It now takes occasion to reiterate every word It has said 'heretofore upon the subject, and to say further that there is not in this territory a more stead-. fast friend of the white metal. ' For twenty-six -years The Citizen has floated a Republican banner; and so firm is its belief in the principles of its party that it will continue to be found fighting in its ranks. Not-alone has it adhered consistently -to the party whose, follower it proposes to be. but it has always been found upon- the people s side of every important ques tion, te it county, territorial or Na tional. . ' i , '. , . . " a Coconino Sun: The talk of a third ticket is one of the events of the week and it Is probable that the' sound money Democrats will -place a ticket in the field. , vV -,. Border Vidette:, 'Some hide-bound partisan journals are prating about what they term "the pernicious effects of the present tariff on the cattle in dustry - of Arizona." The real facts show that the cattle business is more, remunerative than It was under the MoKipley bill, which by its excessive rate t pirohibited cattle importations from Mexico. At no time since our ranges ibecame stocked, have better prices been paid for Arizona cattle than during the last two years. The idea that the importation of Sonora cattle would seriously affect prices of Arizona cattle has been proven to be unfounded. Buyers who never visited this' section before were Induced to come to Arizona from the very fact that they were able to import Sonora cattle, ,thus creating an increased de mand for stock, and a corresponding increase in their value. DAMAGED BY WATER. Roof -leaked during .the hard rains and damaged a big lot of our goods. We now offer our customers the ben efit of our loss.- We will sell the en tire lot of goods damaged by water at one-fourth to one-half of what they are worth. Come early and get the best bargains ever offered In this city for that class of merchandise. Bleached muslin, slightly stained. Fancy dim ity and- wash goods with but little damage. Clothing and comforts but little discolored. Sale will begin Wednesday, August 5, and continue until the lot is sold. The Alkire Co. : Pure Food and -Drln.be. We should n't dare say, your money back if you don"t like our "cheaper" teas. We should lose money ; everybody would want money back. But we do say money back on Schillings Best there is no better tea. Nobody wants money back ; everybody wants more tea. Pure Japan tea--no color ing, no gypsum, no soap stone at quick grocers'. . Also pure and money-backed: Schil ling's Btsi coffee, baking-powder, soda, spices, and flavoring extracts. A Schilling & Company San Francisco Water done it. It dripped and driz zled several hours a few nights ago upon a portion of the largest and best stock of dry goods ever brought to Arizona. Of course, it was Alkire's los3, ibuit in tiheir great damaged goods sale tvlhich begins next Wednesday, the public will .be the gainers, for the goods wiill be sold frightfully cheap. "Tha Deemster." Hall Cain's latest and strongest novel, is now on sale at ' Rinehart's. t? REPAIRING A HIT. ENGRAVING AltlZ. rW E. H. and I. E. WILSON, Props. CHILDREN FREE.-. Childrea under 14 'bringing their 6 wn suit can go in at (he park swim ming baths every Tuesday forenoon free of charge. Come along and enjoy yourselves.1 .," . , "A Stitch in Time." A dose of Ayer's Pills has saved many a lit of sickness; but when a remedy does not happen to be at hand, slight ailments are Jiable to -be neglected, and the re sult, frequently, is serious illness; therefore always be supplied with ; Ayer's Pills. Rememberonly, such medicines were admitted for exhibition at the world's fair aeTtfre accepted for use by physicians iajthe practice of medi cine, Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Ayer's Cher ry Pectoral -and Ayer's Pills being in cluded in- thft list. They are standard medicines.' - 'iw J Ayer's- Ague Cure is the most popu lar antidote for malaria. All who are exposed-to the dangers of miasmatic regions should try it. Always ready for use, and, if taken according to di rections, warranted a sure cure for all malarial disorders. . -.. .. - Improper and deflcieE'f'care of the scalp will cause grayness of- the hair and baldness. Escape both by -the use of that reliable specific. Hall's Hair Renewer. Sufferers from sick headache, indi gestion, and biliousness may alwsys find speedy relief in the use of Ayer's Pills. There is no other medicine in pharmacy which goes so directly to the source of these maladies, and brings about so thorough and radical a cure. They cleanse the stomach, liver and bowels, and, to a certain extent, puri fy the blood of waste products; at the same time they act as a health-giving tonic to all the tissues involved in the complex process of digestion. In this way, they effectually relieve headache, nausea, indigestion, biliousness and waterbrash, and prevent diarrhoea or summer sickness. They are. there fore, indispensable in seasons when bowel complaints or malaria nrev.il and should go with the touMst to the mountains. : or the - seaside. - Ayer's Pills are sugar coated and easy to tak. , They quickly dissolve on reaching the stomach, consequently their full me dicinal strength is soon realized. They were awarded the- (highest honors at the Chicago World's Fair. NONE BUT AYER'S AT WORLD'S FAIR. THE Ayer's Sarsaparilla enjoys the ex traordinary distinction of having been the only blood purifier allowed aa ex hibit at the World's Fair.. Chicago. Manufacturers of other sarsaparillaa sought by every means to obtain a showing of their goods, but they were all turned away uader the application of the rule forbidding the entry of patent medicines and nostrums. The decision of the World's Fair authori ties in favor of Ayer's Sarsaparilla was la effect as follows: "Ayer's Sarsapa rilla is not. a patent medicine. It does not 'belong to the list of nostrums. It is 'here on its merits." WAGON Hardware Store. SHEETS. ETSr Talbot & Huiard's