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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 9, 1896.
REPUBLIC!! I51II.Y AND WEEKLY. PUBLISHED BY THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN COMPANY. MEMBES -OF THE ASSOCIATED PRICSS. OFFICIAL CITY -PAPER. Publication Office: 40 'north Center Street, Wharton Block. Telephone No. 47. - Entered t the postoffice at Phoenix, Arizona, M mail matter of the second-class. WITH A IWISSIOW AND WITHOUT A HCJZIE-FOR THK FRBU UOINIUK 9W SILVER AT A KATiO OF 10 TO 1. miD CP FOB ARIZONA. BY CARKIER. The Daily Republican Is delivered by car rier in fb-ouix at 25 cents per week or $1.00 per mon-.h in advance. Subscribers failing to get The cepcblican reguierly or promptly should notify Thh Re roBUCAN business office (not the carrier) in order to receive immediate attention. Tele phone No. 47 BY MA-II-.. Daily, one year $ W-jW 9al)y, six months 5.00 Baily, three months i.j0 Sunday Republican, one year 2.50 Sundev Republican, six mouths 1'2d Weeklv Republican, one year 2 00 Weeklv Republican, six mouths 100 Tms' rtt.rictlv in advance. fijjAll communis arions relating to news or editorial matter should be addressed to Editor Republican. . .. r-RBTnittaiices and buMnessletters- hould be addressed to The Arizona Republican Company, Phoenix, Ariz. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN CO. POJ&IX. AUGUST 9, 1K86. Republican Territorial Platform. FINANCIAL PLANK. Wo Rssert that we are tor the free and un limited coinaee of silver at the ratio of 16 to 1 snd we hereby Instruct the delegates to the National conyention to use every means in their power to secure a clause in the National platform favoring the free and unlimited coin- age of silver. CATTLE THIEVES. The Tucson Star a couple of years ago (began the agitation which has re sulted in the expenditure of a large amount of money in surveying and al lotting the lands of the Indian reser vation at Gila Bend to the Papago In dians. The idea of the proprietor of The Star was that this reservation could be divided Into ten and twenty acre lots, all the Papagoes could be gathered in and placed there and at once these Indians would take to farm ing and become noble, peaceful, hon est, God-fearing white man loving cit izens, and children of the Great Father at Washington. ' The proprietor of The Star was at . the time the governor of this territory and possessed sufficient influence with the department of the interior to pro cure the adoption of 'his plan. At the time that land was withdrawn from ithe public domain and by execu- ' tive act became an Indian reservation, the Papagoes were a scattered tribe in this territory and Mexico. Down i along the Gila the white ranchers were struggling to reclaim the ! arid acres of their homesteads and the raising of cattle was the only way by which Jiving could be obtained while ithey i awaited the completion of some canal ' enterprise through which irrigation might come to them. : Bands of cattle were driven away, carcasses were found stripped of their meat, oailye3 never Showed up in the rodeos, and 'the decrease of stock was the discouraging feature of the life of these settlers. They knew who were the depredators, but they were power less to prevent ithe depredations. Com plaint upon complaint went up to the Indian bureau at Washington, and these after many years of waiting brought out an inspector or agent from that bureau. He found about forty or fifty Indians In that valley. He mad: a. report to the effect that it would cost a large amount of money to transport these Indians to a regular reservation, and he recommended ifihat inasmuch as this land never could be reclaimed and inasmuch as it wa3 impossible to believe that any white man would or could ever live upon it. that a section be set aside for these Indians. And it was done. From that time up to the present day the population of that ressrvatiort h remained at a par with its original census. From that time to the pres ent the white settlers have been the sufferers from depredations at the bands of these lazy vagabonds who Trill toil not, neither will they spin And now the reservation is ten- aored. And it Is allotted. But the Indians where are tlbey? Well, if we are to place irelianee in the Tucson Star, the proprietor of which is the same man who is not now the governor of this territory, these , Indiana are 'depredating upon the cattle herd3 of the stockmen of southwestern Pima,,? and if the thefts are not checked soon the "long suffering people may take the law into their own hands." The time Is not far distant when some people of this territory will be called upon for 4lheir knowledge of the Inside history of this reservation al lotting business, and we predict that some interesting reading will be given to the public regarding it. JUST OUR IDEA, From a French journal we are in formed that the Aoademie de Paris will take certain of its pupils for an instructive tour through Europe, the principal scene of which will be Rus sia. The pupils are to Ihave every thing of the best; the best hotels will be patronized, and the journey made altogether as comfortable as possible. The total cost of the tour for each traveler will be $220. ,: This idea is in keeping with our in vitation of several weeks since to the entire east to take a trip out here to look at? us. If the graduating classes of the colleges and high schools of the east could be taken for a trip of three or four months through the west it would be more beneficial to them than their last two years In college. They should come not in high silk hat and patent-leather toothpick-toed shoes, but prepared to see life in the west as it should be seen. They should go down into the mines, out across the ranges, through the fields and or chards, visit the dams and ride the canals. In a word ithey should see us as we are, meet us where we live, and know ua for what we profess to be. Such a trip would send them home with a different idea of life flhan they had obtained inside the walls of col leges. That is, those of them that reached home. Our opinion is that most of them would become so enam oured of the western life and the west- era people that they could not be forced on the oars for return east. -Pursuing a man into the cemetery, destroying the stone that marks his resting place, uprooting the beautiful plants that flower above bis dust, and cursing his memory, denotes a spirit that makes revenge itself blush. The living enemies of Stambuloff have gained nothing in the destruction of his tomb. Hundreds of instances are of record showing that pursuit after death kills the pursuer. Dana of the New York Sun kept up a warfare on Henry Ward Beecher for a year or more after the celebrated preacher had been laid to rest by as loving hands as .ever took part in such a ceremony, and while still the .tears of a world were wet upon the mew made grave. And Dana has never lived since that time. There is happiness in the knowledge that mankind as a whole is influenced by -the most natural of all desires, that of letting "the dead past bury its dead." When religion causes such fervor that families are broken up, the re vivalists claim to be dn direct com munication with the Lord, and when brought before a Judge spit in his face, why we cannot for an instant question the propriety of an inquiry looking to their safe keeping da an asylum. The trouble at Nelsonvdlle, Ohio, recently, could have 16en averted if the author ities had Quietly corraled the leaders just alter the first family was broken up through itJheir influence. If you nave a gun it is always well to shoot the mad dog before he bites you. And it is well to believe that the dog is angry when he comes toward you frothing at the mouitlh. The citizens of this territory will compare more than favorably with flhose of any state in the Union. They are industrious, fair, honest and peace ful. The days of the rope, knife and gun are gone never to return. Our people have learned to depend on and look to the law for the righting of all grievances, and for the remedying of all wrongs. Yet there are times when the delays of the law are hard to be borne, and it is hinted that if California forces that man Neagle over into the borders of this territory his obituary would be soon written and the courts contain no record of the manner of bis death. Take stance. float Tempe case for an in A number of business men Constipation Causes fully half the sickness in the world. It retains the digested food too long in the bowels and produces biliousness, torpid liver, indi- gestion, bad taste, coated tongue, sick headache, in somnia, etc. Hood's Pills cure constipation and all its results, easily and thoroughly. 25c. All druggists. Prepared by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. The only Pills to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. went in a 'body to the jail and liberated a gypsy girl sentenced to a term by a justice of the peace. These business men recognized the gross injustice of the legal proceeding and remedied it. How many of these same business men voted for that justice of the peace? Why did tlhey vote for him? This question should come to every voter at the time he prepares "his bal lot The man who, bitten by a rattle snake, refused to drink whisky, no other remedy being near, and who said he preferred "death rather than allow a drop of 1!he accursed liquor to pass his lips," died a day or two since in Venice, La. The managers of dime museums have suffered an irre parable loss. Our little suggestion to Mergen thaler to Invent a thinking machine wfhile rusticating near Prescott seems to have been taken as a personal ref erence by the editor of The Journal Miner. And now we feel impelled to say that such a machine would not benefit" him. 1 The cable reports indicate that Spain will soon have trouble enough at home to cause a cessation of the war on Cuba. The first thing we know the beautiful Mttle island will be an inde pendent republic "without waiting for the aid or consent of any other na tion." It is a 16 to i wager. If our memory serves us not shab bily flhere was a "stone man fake" here in Phoenix about this time last year. There are others. Quite a number of the Khorassans on parade Friday night did not look inconsistent . with; .'the toggery they wore. . - The Khorassans are unanimous In saying flhat "Fick"' makes a most mag nificent "Shlek." THE SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. Tucson Star: The 'Democrats have in view the nomination of Hon-. Chas T. Etohells and N. W. Bernard for su pervisors for the ensuing term, Hon. James Finley and" Z. T. Vail having declined to accept-' the nomination again, Graham Bulletin: The candidacy of Buckey O'Neill helped elect Oakes Murphy to congres in 1894. We hope Buckey will not strike Arizona such another blow. Tucson Star: There are going to be many surprises during the coming campaign. Many think they have been called to office, but they will And very few of them will 'be chosen. Coconino Sim: " The Tucson Star, which claims to be the leading Dem ocratic paper of Arizona, aays that Mark Smith is a "goldbug" and tflxat he has a "gold record." The Star should remember that there are others. -Graham Bulletin: The Bulletin wants to see the very best men nomi nated for office this fall on all the various tickets. If none but good men are put up as candidates then no bad men will be elected. V Tempe News: How stupidly Ameri can -the revolutionary fathers were to insist upon erecting a republic -without waiting for an international agree ment. They went light along in their blundering faslhion, frightening away capital and quite destroying the con fidence of the foreign investor. Tucson Star: Will P. Cooper of Florence has announced (himself as a candidate for district attorney of Pinal county, subject to the action of the Republican convention. a Journal-Miner: The California state boa,rd of equalization has cited a dozen or more counties in that state to ap pear before it and show cause why their assessments should not be re duced. Wish that board had jurisdic tion over Arizona, and could cite a few counties on this same line. Graham Bulletin: Will the Republi cans again put up Oakes Murphy for congress? If they do Mark Smith will leave nothing but the smell of musk wherever he meets this railroad magnate on the stump. Tucson Star: One of the Populist leaders over in Maricopa county is go ing after Dr. Noon for his pronounced activity in the St. Louis convention, and charges him with a betrayal of his party. Dr. Noon is too well and favorably known in southern Arizona to be injured in the least by such at - C3o dels Pills in WATCH THE BEST AND ALWAYS GUARANTEED. COOK & 1E8 West Washington St., Official Watch Inspectors THE PHOENIX GEOCEEY COMPANY. Occupying the corner store of the Ford Hotel The most complete slock in Arizona. . . . OVERSTOCK OF VEHICLES ! Kentucky Stable Cor. Center and Madison Sts. (OLD WARD STABLE.) We propose to offer the following new high grade, eastern vehicles at eastern factory priceB for the next ten days to make room for the livery business. We will sell for cash, secured time pay ments or will trade for some good, well broke horses: One 14-Passenfrer Wagonette, One e-rasseneer HucKDuara, uba uouue jscpov gou, One 4-8eat Jnmlio Canopy Top Wasor, Two Traps, One Adirondack Game Cart, Fnur Gentlemen Driving Bigs, Three phaetons, Two Carriages, Two Cut Under Snrrles, Three Open Wagons. One Philadelphia Breaking Cart, Sevrn Buggies, One Tomar Wagon, One Penn Xan Sulky. -KVEBITHING BCARA5TIED AS REPRESENTED- CALL AND INSPECT THE WORK. - . - JONES tacks. He did what he believed to be for the best interest of the silver cause and no doubt his action will meet the endorsement of his party. . Graham Guardian: last Monday Hon. Wiley E. Jones arrived home from Chicago, where he had been as a delegate to the National Democratic convention. Mr. Jones Informs us that the published statements that W. H. Burbage has been selectea as na tional committeeman in the place of Mark Smitihi, for whom instructions were given by the territorial conven tion, were untrue and without foun dation and that Mr. Jones received Mr. Smith's proxy as National com mitteeman and voted it for Senator Jones for chairman of the National committee, while he was yet in Chi cago. o.oo yV per cup for poor tea doctored with gypsum and poison to make it sell. $0.00 x3 per cup for pure, fine, delicate tea as delicious to drink as it is wholesome. Which do you choose ? We have made the difference in price appear greater than it is. We think (we do not know) that there is no difference in price per cup; or if there is, that the' fine ,tea costs less per cup, because it is really stronger. But suppose there is this difference ; which will you have Schilling's Best at cent, or the tea you are using at cent? Schillings' Best at 50 cents a package, or false tea at 40 or 30 cen ts a package ? You pay your money and take your choice; but if you choose Schilling's Best, and don't like it, you get your money back. Schilling's Best coffee, baking pow der, soda, spices, and flavoring-extracts, are also money-backed. A Schilling & Company San Francisco 67 FOR SALE. For a reasonable amount of cash or will trade for a high grade bicycle, a well bred, gentle and well broke driv ing animal that can trot a good clip. Inquire at Capital Harness shop. New sailors at cost prices. Mrs. A. M. Lee. CHILDREN FREE. Children under 14 'bringing their own suit can go in at the park swim ming baths every Tuesday forenoon free of charge. Come along and enjoy yourselves. What causes bad dreams Is a ques tion that has never been satisfactorily , answered; but, in nine cases out ' of T.i T. Tj T tji Ti ff, 11 REPAIRING ENGRAVING BELL'S, - I'lKKNIX, ARIZ. P., P. & P. K. R 8 E, H. and J. E. WILSON, Props. One 6- Passenger Wagonette, BROS. ten frightful dreams are the result of imperfect digestion, which a few doses of Ayer's Sarsaparilla will effectually remedy. Don.tt delay try it today. Ayer's Ague Cure never fails to neu tralize the poisons of malaria and eradicate them from the system. This preparation is " purely vegetable, con tains no harmful ingredients, and. If taken according to directions, is war ranted to cure fever and ague. Try it. "Mamma, was that a sugar-plum you just gave me?" asked little Mabel. "No, dear, it was one of Dr. Ayer's Pills." 'Please, may I have another?" "Not now, dear; one of Ithose nice pills is all you need at present, because every aose is effective. Sufferers from sick headache, indi gestion, and biliousness may alwsys find speedy relief in the use of Ayer's Pills. There is mo 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 prevail, and should go with the tourist to the mountains or the seaside. Ayer's Pills are sugar coated and easy to take. 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 an ex hibit at the World's Fair.. Chicago. Manufacturers of other sarsapartllas sought by every means to obtain a showing of their goods, but they were all turned away under 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 in 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." Talbot (I Hubbard's Hardware Store. WAGON